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: April 30, 1844
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
oclc - 08822160
notis - AKP5524
lccn - sn 82015285
System ID: UF00079918:00186
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SJAiTr&4 St. Anjnslinc, Tnesday, April 30, 18-1<< ,; :1 ____
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_,/" } "i ft,>:A Eplic&nli nkfipfhe [fr&ridd Armed Occupation Act o _'Ae 4h August, ,1842 ,to; tiom THEm correspondence the distribution, and the-ar i flags-my rema-ks,also at .tha opening of this '1 _
; ;f. nltt l>" ,ttl' > # '' fF ltMrr5'ftawitfengTanfcdon' 8URVEYED'Lan'd*. '. _
Ik : ; m m 1E) rangement of my const! u nts business'in the session, when their last petitioawas ''presented, r
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bova tibr1e wlio' 2f.r 'de.i&nate'd in the '
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- L'. .$4&thIflQ4V1 .t ourTriw'a1towd: by thaIdActfor praYing tbu'.' ratJ that the set AKDso Departments &c., and will make amends for will show that look tohighergrounds than this. _____
- 0 r' 'T)'> ,''I IDIII.C hi.1tittD (Q L d .ftd the rticuli Quterteeti: n uponwhir.b'ii: is IOcale will expire on ma mmM1\AGJr" previous delay. I take this. public method of upon wliich) they are entangled., ;:. _
"" .... rjetiItkdfhub1844tttbng!! : ooeear': rroini.tbe'time. that the ,Platt..or S "ey were ,18 PUBLISHED KVEBY MONDAY,. excusing myself and of thanking friendsfor .
I'.... f j |ii .Jt ft #i to'J "I oaF':1 w't DAmtB&: ) mQ)1Baa1( ( ) 9' my Their petition alledged as the ground upon _
'1TP47.NE4'fOO berebv requested tc.ii.wititbeI1egister and Receiver at Newnansvtlle Florida,on the forbearance which they.have thus far extended which i I relied. ,:the'tact of:the date) ,onIJa:\
... ftf&V fcSSWe'i: i roof to the requirement law above mentioned. AT TOUR DOLLARS PER AITICUM, IV ADVANCE:, _
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,.,. J 1 J. IIH1cJ1.nhAH. : >Ucnrt. .. d& tfcqr: qr"etbJ.t! ,teBtirapnjsof i jwp or more dis1f : 'TWCDOLLAULT: tthtadtOnDnar.THS-EHD;: Of liltAive'&t per TEAK.square' I .V .Ver/respecUullyiifcMirobt.servt. ". ;.' -"* thers,arrivaL, ,,_Th; *J, \onea.. repudiated., and :. ", -...,. _

-_ or _cb'.ia_jJ 'srquent'J e'. .Longer ad vertiiatnents L J. ia R1 I1LPNIflJJJ.. . ., r taken any'notice at all of"thelrTpetition.'' They
f rreq iir iiatKe f reg6nn"U{ !ed'on or Before the date"specified, the applicant will : I '
cI&IutLandufldcrd1r p rmati. .proportion,.bnd no one will be considered less than!a WASHINGTON, April 7th, 1844.'fMr me quite welcome l to.. amuse 'themselves I with ____

_ __. ,_ 4-___ square., :A 'discount made to those who advertise I I DEAR. SIR>' You ask mo why I do! not:no-' their'present sport as' long ,as they p'reas A

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e ''''''"!'I 7? lice inoEuuJecw UI. auac& upou uiu iu,iuc ncwa.;: wise discretion will doubtless prescribe to them
't I- ..pt,J'gTlzit 'PAs4EfJ''n 6'* l, .Namt.,pf: Applicant.Heat : Quarter li n.I TownsJup.twelve I t'4 Range. House of Representative, The answer is, that I very rarely see that paper, J. .L me_ _necessary-limit._ _____ __ I'h..' _

.... _. .1 WASHINGTON, April Clh 1844. 1 do and thatI _
4a t.'" !' _" a ". 1 -- (it being by accident only ) To conclude, Ilia vo much better and.more
:, \$ .!tt., J.ltjQly : / Murphy North West 9 south fourtecnefourteen Din SIR : I have the satisfaction to commu. have no time to devote to such employment.I .- for time than I
I ,i6' lIt jllly Fleming BateaBenjamin South West .4 twelve south e nicato to you for the public information, that I am honored with- the representation of the'in. becoming use my to engage in _
__ ;i;. 732 22djuly) A.-Euley South'East 8 twelve south fourteen e newspaper controversy, or.toparrpersonalattacks. .
r 13.1 B2dinly, "( John P rry South Went 3 twelve south fourteen e have succeeded in getting' through this House terests .of a young community, requiring ,a 'i : .

:tI'J.I 22djaly! ( James T. Th9mPI.North East 5 l twelve south fourteen several important measures which only .await great deal of Legislative aid to forward her -
"l238 22Jjuly Peter Sparkf1an.Nortb! Kast twelve, south fourteen efonrteen the sanction of the Senate to become laws. and consolidate her energies. Thi Success 'in the' business of, the,Territory is _
J Wilson North West 8, twelve south ,
1763" Henry ,
Sllhjaly' o for
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and tbalsuccesa duty.I
: ..'180/. ,.,t.,25JhJ.1, Johb /. Sanchez* South.EastSoiith. 6 twelve'south fourteen e.bff. The following new mail routes are givcn'us great and sacred, trust too entirely'.absorbs my: my my may _
_ ) 4 ,291hjuly.. Samuel ,Wilson West, 5 twelve south fourteen, e to.wit :- mind, and engrosses my efforts, to leave me be immolated! and struck down' at home,without
j'r k 1Jt4 '. 14th .un.t Robert Wateraton South Eaal 61 Iwelve south fourteen e the Hu. loss :Je'the ,community; b rlhe lues of their
_ From Alligator.to Blunt'a Ferry, on time to notice any attacks or controversies personal
'ii ; -',;--," "JUHNI'AftSONu1eceer.' ... '. 'SAMUEL UUObbLL, Res iter. ,I \yanoee river; N to myself. The only point of view in measures here would be felt by them sorely.. I

,; : ; 1(.NUE-TbOP&rtiCU1&r! .1..' the settle of should be the lime when coltivatipn wan 'commencedcropCuUivated From Picolata to Enterprise,on the St John's which 1 feel! any concern about attacks made Therefore I have no tight to'occupy'my time,

'. ,tfJ.ji ; nnmber 'ofacreiin i enltition-the kind of'tenement.crectednnmer. of river is the increased embarrassments to which i is every: moment of i it precious to their _
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upon ,
/ composing the ''tlmilj-diacrimlnatin between adult. and children-males andfemales-white
r \ 'I"'r/lOl1" << businens with care
,4.o1ieisdv From Pilatka to Tampa, via Orange creek success in our measures and policy here,necessarily .' ,; Controversyabout my .

-- [ Fort King Warm Spring, Fort Dade, and Fort : resulting from the disparagement of the unimportant self. I _

1i-: .appKcanis. nder the Floriaa Armed Occupation act of the' Foster; Delegate by Floridzi presses which circulate If they prosper by the result of mr'laborshere -

;, A.4tk August t-.IS.42tjrDltim1, PERMITS were,granted for settlement From Wa'caholie to Fort Dade via Emathla, their scandals and abuse abroad throughout the I shall be content though it be at the,.sacrifice .

1 : Fort Izard Homossassa,Annutiliga, and Choca. land. If,I :were not the only representative of my personal p/ospecls.\ : '
n Ivwfe which were NT SURVEYED at the dates of siichPerniitsICBis'berebjr / .
chattie which the Territory has here, the: effect would The time however will when shall beat .
-, \ given to the class o'f- Applicants: above mentioned that the 'Plats of the ; I come .
.jfoUuwiudcscrjbed, TaiivrnHinc', :.hove'been 'duly certiefid! and returned bV'the Surveyor From St. Augustine Miami river,' and Key not be so prejudicial to us ; but every blow ul leisure; as well as at liberty,. to ,notice those _

'ft :General! to the District Land Qffice.at. NEVyfTANSVILLE; E. F.. and thai the period of f'ONB West, via New Smyrna and St. Lucie. This her Delegate, necessarily recoils upon '!he Ter who have, en assailing me'; and to that day 1 _

'YZIE" --allowed"' by.the uid.Act fuT-provrne the "'Jact that the- settlement has been commenced; will be a steam boat mail. ritory.i After an election, by the People.. pal i. adjourn all noti c ,of my assailants, and their ,
.and the;i tfffnr which it !a 1r\en1oAl' will mir at'the dates the
w upon opposite
partlcularqudrler: From Enterprise new Sn-yrna, utism would seem'todumund, that. all the influ- abettors. This hint however I may properly _
., ''f.Cp8bi! :dcscrsted iq ;the nnoee4,List, 1'h'Mc'opplicnnts, therefore; wlmsc settlements arc '
1 wtbla1i'oT 1hoTownshis, 8! r questcdLo fHe.with the Registerand.Rcceiv r' ntNEwNANS.TJtt Authority is also given to tho Post Master ences which the elements of the community afford give them for the p esent,that .the* true .actors in

I l* nonda.'on or-before. thesaid, dateS, :sausfactory f'lmfsuant to th- requirement... .,of law General to restore the transportation of the should bu concentrated, and brought 'to : the conspiracy against! me,shall not screen them.

;.\ aboi.tmentioned., ,r. '. mail between Macon and Tallahassee. to the bear for the support of the popular choice in selves from the public eye by ,refuge behind the .. -.

4 apo fhouldJe: the App1icant' own affidavit cor borated bylhe t tcslimonyof'two or old route. his efforts to subserve the public interest. columns a i
I disltJtcr&ted CQmpelEmlwitn which proof should state nil! the 'pnrlfculars wi. .to the newspaper.' ____
_ l ttTementnd. givetlie t'Sign't uiuu.ui'the particular quarter section uu "which, 11 is made.k ., ':-' I have got amendments to the armed occupa. 1 have been too long the subject of abuse by I take, l1y.own time in what. doand; it is not : _

'. '. '''Uit'' n'be'Pt_or .quired in the foregoing l Is filed on or before the dates 'specified. he Appliwill tion act, by'which locations made<< upon lands the print you mention, to tecl any ''interest or in the power of any to precipitate: 'my !move. _

". & !ii1 f rfoit'1!'right, title, and claim to Land.under, their Permit. found subject to overflow, or tho titles to which caresforiu ce 1lL res.A paper which copies was the I I meats.Cr force my notice! of them,until my own.

f ,,1.1. .' -=- are from any cause defectivein i whole or in caso during the last Congress, the slang of abolition 'good pleasure prompts. -
$ Date iih the Selllemcnl be .
:, on or before Proof of must ,
be also authorizing such entry letter writers, for the of bringing I "
Down4 Range fielft and particular Quart Sec'crikd* part,may changed, purpose Yours truly, .
-/ I. : :' -__ by subdivision as will rcrqedy} the great in. into derision. tho representative; of a southern .. D4EVY.,

t" r'f. .._..- -. Tlif- _..rte..,.* .". ., ; .],1nA9ihkAa ........ :-....., ........-.. . ;- justice. '.. threatened. to those- who.. settled 'Uponrestricted community/does'not'deserve\ to be'abiiccd. I I ---t ->: -'- ." _:T:__ ._ _L_'.._ _____. ._.__. _
.t: I. 'Wf i .A. 'l.(, .:.:. ..-J.: ...' '..'09.h. .t;,' '1. '-, c -.- i-- : 4 tiill..: fd tr w ou t .b illti 1L tb" fS 'r t T( r1rt 1-t: SSa;'I i- : -- =1. :, -.
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n" 'f\ y'1, .ThirWe 1v' :." "-.j I iv v: ./ : June 29tb!) ,: 1844; ': : to a technical quarter section. Authority t chusetts papers, sneering at me aqd disparaging *

- v 'iYif1\ 1\. Thirteen 'v June 29th 1814. # is also given 'to reside upon other than my!motives, on the occasion'of my resisting the ,PAINT'S & BYE STUFJS, \ !l'

r"t". T"d.er" : .. ,' Fourteen ,, June 29ih, 1844. and the settler is attempt of the administration decldte the To. be had at,the New Dry Goods i
:' : :'Ttifr.. n' "' Fpurtccn 1 "- ::'June 29th, 1844. : the donation lands for health, I : to I .

_1 : .nj rhlrt'ce'' Fifteen .- \, .. .:; June' 29th 1844. permitted to perfect his title by entry ; (his: ,I Florida .War" at an,end, when. our siol" was" .still- Establishment I

1 y .H. Twenty' Eighteen ,.-4 August 30th 1844.Augjst .* land at any time at the minimum,price. moist with the goro ol our butchered,people ; ConsisTInG' i or THI TOLtOWMG'Aft CLU VIZ'; .
I f" .::., Twenty oneTweiitytwo : Ditto: : ,'. :30th 1844.' : ', ': I have' also got an appropriation through the and ihesu extracts written (by hands the, daily African' Cayenne Mace : '

4- ,- .a \ : ,.Ditto/! August 80th; 1844. .." House for opening tho Canal between Indian task of'which is, to spread treason to the Union, A1oEi' llipecia. .. .4 : :.' -'- .
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i, :Fiftecn Nineteen! i' ', August 30th( 184<1. Antimony % Calcined : \.
f i ; t.' ". ixten Nineteen5Nineteen t { ( ": August 30th 1844. ', # River and Mosquito the Ilaulover.I destruction ,to the south, and abuse southern Arrow Root '. Manna '1 ,

; '. ... '.tenteen. ," "- '1'A gu9t 30th 1844. Also an appropriation for surveying routes principles, motives: and men, were caught at ArsenicAqua: Mustard ,t
-w f \' \t'Ewhleen' Nineteen. : 30th 1844. Fortes Madden; j'a'
d4 ;: August for a railroaaacross the Peninsula. tot publication by this southern press in i its vin- .
Ammonia .Matekea ,
I ( ." \', Nineteen Nineteen ',,-f; August 30th 1844. the dicuveness towards There is' southern t -. .
Also an appropriation for examining: cv. me. no Blue Vitrol N tjalIi .. ."- rI
': ::1'wclvo Nineteen ', August 30th 1844II ,:
-p, !t ':: ':- / 1'o. trcen Twenty iJ : August 30th 1844. erglades with reference to their being drained. man'here, who b',not. the subject ot sneers, and Borax Bath Brick- Nipple Nutmeg.Shells, .,..". '. .-

r ,. "Sixteen Twenty !', :;. August SOtti 1844. Also appropriations for improving the navigation vituperation andslander by'these I jlttter writers Balnom! Copavi Oil Oii.e .,

- ; :: .". .h. ;.,...iFlft o rwentYJ. "' I I" 4ugusti3Oth184.4 .:.' gH: of ChiDola... Choclawhaichit', Holmes, for northern abolition; or;whig, 118 pers ; and: :.". '. Tola... "..' Neatafootuusier .... t .. .. 1 '

".: ,. : {h j01iNtAR 01i Receiver>. : rT 'H'A l' ,. KU8SELL. Register.p and St. Marks IUv r. the News is \welcome" retail all it' cun gather. Blacking riasier Paste ... ," winiergreenPeppermint' ,I.'...! -
,, :i KyT&.-:The'piiculari; ns to the set lemc'fit.' should'bq :-the time when! cultivation, -i .was.com- I, have,got a bill through directing patents to fr
,( .. :t", ,..< btea-tlle kind of crf'p cultivated-number of ncr s'in cultivation-the kind of tenement bo issued to those who had paid Johr. C. Cle- In respect to the failure of.my firat motion Batemanadrop. ,OttaorRos" ,.. .

: <"'' *ffitcibdnurnber personscomposing the. family; discriminating between adults and children and, late Receiver at St. Augustine for lands! respecting the fugitives, : to Nassau, it was not for Black British LeadOil LustreCamphor Opodildosr Spruce, :. .' ": ,. '

L ":t,: J dJmaJ ft whites and colored. ,. Aug. 14. notwithstanding he may have failed tomake want of majority, but because the motion' not .. Poprl B\l101... .

; j: ... 110" : bill the Castor Oil C. P .* Perfuniety largs assort;: .
f. ---- : return of the entry, and another curing being in order at the tirrid, required a suspension *
: Calomel ment or aU Kanl. ': i
7p': t. WHOLESALE! AND RETAIL defects in pre-emption entries where continuous of the rules by a ,two thirds ''vote. 1.very, Coblbride Lin Pill"Bo s- : .

t \k 44e' '\ft.. :.. ...1 JROCERV AND PROVISIOIV',STORE > :: residence was prevented by tho Indian hostilities well knew that two thirds could not be got for Caraway Seed Pumie tone "; .

- r\\ ''' ',: : \ : bills will cover large class of such but I made the motion and continued Castile Soap ,Pairub ,r -
t ;: r ,Jft\T THE .OLD STANDschr. 'j'hese.two a purposes, Cantharides ,Pr Bill. ,- :; ..
1Jlf which the here has declined afterwards make it with 'view'ot ,
entries for Department to, a Carrosive SublementCumoniile Qnic Ufe' :
--- 144lEv '' ': (Ql\mm a iD to, issue Patents, and will remove any attracting attention: to the subject ; nnd'w.l'e itwns '.Flowers Had Gn, :en. ." ;f .
.Clnnamon.. Rhubatb---. '. ,
: I "( Q issue of all the Patentsfor the .' '
further obstacles to the in order, I carried my instructions to Clores" RadSampsrlUa' : :
-- : )l"1tI ( W.R c vlN ]' t !tAR 'oN8dafi .1m New York complete! assortment of articles all the lands that have: be'en entered in. Florida .committee by a large vote. If'any person is Court Plaster v"' Ron Brimstone -

; I, t t'' i1tLUey8wfoikep: \ bY them. '\V..solicit the attention uf.L tjjelrade' ,:nd'pilvate families! to our largo'und without, further delay. curious upon such subjects, they will see,: ,that Confectionary. Rid Chalk :
*, : ,!.4Ujivjiac80rtmejqt.i ,hepe by.strift attention to business'to continue' the patronage r JitTerallj be ( 1 Corks jtceGnjsr -
: t ,:Itwedupon: this estibhsntnetit for.the last nix jears All orders shall have prompt attention.' To the' trade- I have got an appropriation of twcnty-fiv.e :nut a day passes,the journal ol 'which does. -not. Cream Tartar'affmn -
w- +t: iiivt1stqeiiitei( \ and-discount, nod ot Charleston prices by the original packages. ;'!'J'e folio wing are but thousand dollars lor electing a Marine Hospital. show the failure of motions.As .' Cubebs,' Saleratas ; -

I_ :: :1.$ \ .....ltb.:daBr.articlcaia.bav0] teceivtd.Jr : ., iIndiaafoa I Chrome Yellow S 'Sealing Wax .
Ii' nl Key West. regards the revived question of citizenship Chrome Green -. Senna, _. '. S
1f'tW, O.T"Da7'lQU.hPOW: MISCELLANEOUS. Rice. Pot Barior, Oat Meal, : l'
- tQ&8-YoUDf.1.JY, ".!, 1louc ttL SODc onr. Alum. Copperas. Pipe Clay, Bath Bricks, Span.iih I. J have got a-bill passed; riting to,Fernandihu the News men have patent right to.the l Ccheneal 1 ,", ," Sedli Powders "- .. .. .

p-. ; "' .iJljXRt a .";'-1eEued' 'Loareruhed fo.: '11u.co- i 604JDdl&o.( Fia. lne, London Starch CandleWick I .. ,two'.lots for. church purposes.Ibavoaltogot .. ; subject and no one ought to disturb them in its"enjoyment. Emery Asa't. .* .- Sod ... : .do; -- ::
.;fgbtilht.l: 'Iat8 ROCk 'Cabd3 liquid Clacking. pints and in tin Ex'Log wood : Snuff; ..v ,
\ ; ) .Liquorit. ; qnarlsJPaste passed ii'bill giving to,the f eo- thread ;
1 Since 1838 ithas been '
:, l the Cpsom SaltsFl Soap fancy; 1 I
V t | s.e jHfv uab, Uoneyj;:, 1J 'J cases toe and'scrubbing |bushes, corn brooms, doWhisk's. t r -
I, :;.:.: 'C -J Y (iieen ;f do,. ground ; ,Mocha. ; Pipe' *. German ,do,'fftght light. Door mataPe'ictisjidn ple the election of their own justices of the : of'all their dreams, and 1 would. be sorry to de4prive Sulphur .SulphrMorphiMSpongjs! *: s' : -'

":. tateot ai 1 te'pUe 'eoco.." : ; caps', do. powder Ounpo..er.Camph Peacev them of ,it. The principal member: ot the Flax Seed /. SasiaJras< ,' ..,t:
I.U"COID ,-and. Tallow. aid Castile'l : EpsOm .Halt's: am.rtbi Oil Glue
I Sperm: } Soap Pepper. m.
bin (new .
mint, roll 'and'flbfiir" ,"'AlcohoJ, Borax refined I have. ;Iso ,got paisedcr4ting u Alien corporation, having located himself at GurnArabic .,' ; Sagarlead "i-t1<,
; 1l ,vice-svKite;i jMcented? 1r vaflernted 1 .do ; and e; de. Windsor Glass of all sizes and. qnalities, collection.District on the Gulph side to be called Philadelphia you will doubtless continue to see,. .... Opium quiI1s: ,.(F ;;
-- tUl t "p ..r\nf"QI.1! .* r ii 1. '; l'" .': White lead dry and in oil; Chrome Green"and Yell w, Su'wanney District.I ShiHae { : '' .Sup Cash Soda ..S. .
issues of the
-1 I- .j M CJQPJnglsiid: 18&. nndiFh,1laclieli i Yellow Ochre., ltVatel.. Paint, Brushes all sizes, as you have aljeady, : Philadelphia ." Assafoetida!! ". q* Soda I :,:. \ _.;: 'l. _
: *,\ bitt.J...Pet 'J'obco .1iat.&boj, Snuff, Scotch Lamp Bhckrtyuunega"\ \ Cloves, 'pmenlolain. have also got a bill passed of treat consequence branch I f the concert), frequently appearing' "". Myrrh" '. -, ..Su1phQuiiina.'. ,' : {

', :1ePafl.Prrneipe: '.IUby.f :LN r. ', andoihelrAIackefe1and glass, Essences of KOHOS, ,Pel'peillliotvinle..D.. tl) (he interests education. It authorizes Tho Philadelphia org u of this alien concern is .. Prngacanth :: : Sarat jaWatet.-'. ,.. _
Senegal Syringes .. -
,j ..1hi.rl1iid% ,*mon Segars. ; 'f' lombii, isrango J3ergamot ; Ciunauioo ; fricrion, in all cases w hero'the title to thnlGth section sent here marked and figured over, after the Honey -.J'; Strengthening Pbstsr "' .
sa b ,( Carbonate Ammonia, Lustre. Soda for I <3 '
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k ,;:"At: : washing; M stiitd, London; Cayenne Pepper, pow. j is found to be interfered with by a grant same fashion that the News was wont to be,during Hair Powder BashtooUiScamiaoay: "; .,'

: ,q ; TIEtIQTiOltS, &c.: Brandy;, btird, bnpny dered .Nutmeg, powdered Cinnamon Liquorice' that a selection of any other lands in the Land thelast, Congress.: Both tie' parent and' Ink Indigo : ; _
I- t'.t""" ..1d., 'UohfoaaxlJaoiattaKpiritsj old ratipnScotcf Glue, Corks, of alllclnds, Saraparilla ; ijuonres.coitrse lridm3Y be made in lieuof, it, for the 'use branch 'concern, stem to be in the, course of .. in bottle, i ;, ;. .; -.. -
-. 't.f1t. ii r r J oI; I und $kiedau, Gin! and fine ;; Chhlk.'White and Red; Paris White -
: !.\," .,Y'' r. e do, (a flue article. ) Madeira wine SjiannUh Brown; Venetian Red; Build. Piper, Pu.fljCe&t0fl00 of the Township.;* wonderful developcment ; but these new lights I.nIassA Indellible&lL: : TootVBrnsbf VenecianBcdVerdfgrui: ..?. j >f _

b- ;jw : : f' ,;!f"b[:.ft.'Co.do' : Mon illel and Malaga: T4r and Rosin ; J pan. Copal VarftUh, The passage of this bill will be a great bktsing have'been s<) constantly appearing all the while Ivory BUck' ,..' .,. / '
; : cYJindrawn! i Doff.Gordon & Co.'Sherry; Port; Vermillion, Rotton stone.. Ivory Black, Gutn'tibelac. ,"" ; ; ?'"
- I. ''I' 91.P.! !' IIocl .t prkncvintage.! i io*>>ft;. n_ >- Bright Varnish ; Sash Toolsall sizi ; Dbck Lead;.: 'to' the rising generation. for twoOr_ three years post, that: tl e' 'bave so' Jafap! P.tt' '.' VermUIioa'Vials .. r _
_lj f., 'i.Vane:1}1 'London l'orierln qU'tll.an pint.; Jujube PasteTearlah"Sacprtttv.; : supor carbonate of I iiavo: ,many other very .important measures bedazzled themselves, they can no longer see Jujube ... fJ': -4. \Vtfers ." -
:;:'k* Miortidin half gal. Soda Tartaric Acid:, Ginger. saoce filaca- IpieaeLiquron .
- t VKLES3SAUCE'6c. Pepper ; 'in successful train which will be communicated the point in the case,an&ftre now clinging with Ball ': WatorCol us -
lflljui4-IEabotllei Capers,Dlivei: Musbt boy Snnff Scotch dor\ Alcohol. -8larch. Liquonce! '
_i -"' .Ifi.Ctupe., r opta1. do %- ., Sauce. assorted BallBath| Brick, Powdered Gincer.Kunt, Alum, Ol- hereafter. delighted grasp ton snmlow. If they'will take 6 -Root. ;;: 'WriGif WrappiegPap.r'lodne paper : _

- -1 : : "!!.4a1re: perito. Stougou', lThtei ;' Lelr.on 5y- live, Oil in Bottles and baskets;;Nutmcg.,:aaltpetre. The close attention necessary to our interestsin tbo paw to examine, they will find I ,never, Lamp Black, WhiJlf wax .. ,:; _
h ,"'!')IdUof44meneI4in.juce;: Wet India pre TOGETHER WITH A GRIST VARIETY' the organization, progress, and issue ofLg.' placed any material reliance upon the. date of Lancia Yellow OcteYeaatFoifd _
-__ ,lflU'I&hidoil.AncbovIv. "- Shelf and fancy goods. Btatieniry, Cutlery, Wood Ul caSs1ir'OiJ, .' .
.-__ "!! ..Oll..s_Jmft": | and Winter Strained Sp"rm. mfinedonVVhWi Ware, Hard Ware. lhts.-Caps4 Boots. Shoe. Nails. islative measares, has BO absorbed my time my father' lauding,and I never cared a fig for The above Tor ia1! 'on Gberaltaimsin.'large;r 'or _

;M* l kr l Tanners., '':' Tram'. ;-.Unticcd.w Hinges. &0. Also a dill assortment of Crockery, that I hare got greatly in arrears of my correspondence. it. The day of.his arrival St.'Augustino i is a small qnantiues fo suit porcbaMrs r: ,' '. _
::4.: .3.r.t..bilbtl''U'J_ ''' '1. ..ti complete seta of..qranite" ia., and common,ware. perfectly unimp rian: particular, and r''ou.( Dec.'4. '-.C; 'Bt1RT&CO.
i::: Et:Aetb Ie March 25th 1844. Tk
; ., lam indebted for much patience on the part will look at the statement of the case which I. dSIdtItzP: .
Soda *derI.
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.1 .RokIHg" ,ChalrSeL :, Boots and Shoes < of my friends in respect to manors of individu. furnished to the learned Mr. Duponceau; of Phil-. CEPHALIC'SNUFF, Uqnid Op de1d e.- -. .

:' .. "r A1gSEAT'. d' Cane.:Back, and Common .A: Fine aa5ortmeut of Gentlemen's'and Lad it.4"Uootl .I al interest'themselves: which I have'been obliged delphiain 1841, for his.opinion, it will be seen Hair Oil. iUciferar Oil. ." _
halras'ajsb cbmmoh chaus/jnst! ro- and Shoes of.ibo J latest style, for sale at. that I as a fact, the arrival of Tooth Powder, Steel Pens, Indelible ,
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a.4ve4 I I and for sate by "' GEQ.BUILT.;: &Co.4 educed prices by CEO, ntHtT & CO. to postpone general subjects I For sale: at the Urns; and Medicine Store, by -

,* "" ., m......'" 1C.1. .I.u... .f ,_, '. : 'i, ,Dec, I*. .,'., ..Jut. -, "shall now have more time. to attend to my fiilber at St. Augustine after the exchange, of DR. F. 8. YVELLER,'& CO. _
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a CORUC8PONDENCE ON THE SUBJECT OF the cultivation: of sugar' : cotton, tobacco, and I AWOTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE. January! 17,1844 this bureau.. An estimate for.such a survey was 'ST. AUGUSTINE .
CONNECTING, BY A CANAL, MOSQUITO the various kinds of 'tropical fruits, comprising Theforegoing true copies from the origi. submitted Congress during its last.session, : :'

LAGOON AND INDIAN RIVEKEAST FLOR oranges, limes lemons, pine apples, bananas, nal JONES, Adjutant! General.QtTARTERMASTER ., but appropriation was granted : and, inconsequence 'd6tiy

--c : IDA. plantains, yams. &c.; and, ,blessed with a climate the bureau is nor in possession of the .' Tuesday, .. April 38. 1844. f Ishallqbesc1
i, HEADQUARTERS, NINTH DEPABTMEWT. ,. remarkable for b ntth,but now'rendered c GENERAI.fJ OFFICER necessary elements for an estimate of the cost _-. >

,' 1 St. Augustine, December 12,1843. almost useless,and bearing but a nominal val Washington City, January 16,1844. Deconstructing: the w rk. Under these circumstances nciples'flnd the people? .
f SIR \ I have the honor to forward tha report ue, will thus immediately present itslef asa SIR : In obadienco to your orders, end. in I can only present some generalbut := ke 1 1it
nnd map -of a survey recently executed, by highly desirable region for those wishingWttlemonts compliance with so' much. of the resolution of highly probable? average! of the cost of the O" There will be a meeting of the St.A Of I

l Lieutenant Blake, topographical! : l engineers} pre. in the South, and only now' jdcterrcd the Senate of the lllh instnnt requiring Se- road,; derived from experience under similar tine Washingtonian Total Abstinence itUfl.iod .
I jiarjit yjw asking,authority.Jo open ajjommiK fr immediate location by ,the, difficulty of cretary of War to communicate to the Senate conditions elsewhere Society"t .
;t ilH I :hication between the Mosquito\ and Indian river getting there, and the still greater difficulty of the correspondence with General Worth and The work is intended to secure the trade of on Thursday:evening next, at i past 7 o'clecx.*

j lagoons,and !thus effecting an uninteruptedbatleau sending, the producti of their labor to market, other officers, relative to fortifying the keys and the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic from the 'P. M. at the, ,Presbyterian church. .. lefpkitWa
navigation from lhenortbern, extremityof when locaed.Vith these Florida nnd dangers attending its present track, as .t..
onco considerations islands around Cape connectingthe upon
: : .a the former to the neighborhood of Key Biscayno. in view i tending to advance the rapidity ot set. waters of Matanzas\ river and Mosquito lagoon well those which emanate: fronr the physical We- learn that the passage! known as, Gir... >. .

..; t' ;4.. : The' advantages of this, ..operations I tlement of the country, increasing ten-fold the : with Indian river_ at the? Ilaulover,East conditions of that track of those which would BERT'S BAR, one of thin outlets ,or st.. LuciaSound .:-'J"

thd settlers", "mahy"alreaayMnUccupatidn: and actual value of the lands, tho mere expense of Florida, &c.,as refers: .to this office, I have tho be consequent of a state ol hostilities with some 1 has recently, closed. .. : '

othersdesirous procee'ding thither,'(independent : constructing the canal Is of little moment, the honer to submit the following extract from my maritime Power: It should therefore be built : -- ..;1.. 1Ir6,

__-1 j of the probable! benefit of tho Government more. especially as, with !the application of the'means annual repori, made in November, 1841, viz : subtantiallyof the most suitable materials,and i We conclude in this paper,, the publication fjthe 1jficial,
ia trabJmissrogl&P military! supplies i/future/ of construction% this expense will be so' "In consequence of the heavy losses sustained adapted to the immense traffic which i will passover important documents the tb'eforUficatJan' '
t'I cxigencies., ),arc very:ably set fortJ)by LteuteniinlBlajce. ; light as hardly to befelL by the Treasury of the : by the public in the wreck of ,vessels tr us- it. The ground is favorable, 'requiring no West upon, "!'i
of and the
and Key ,
opening th&11aulon1ztween
1 qpc.\1.r4'.ir.gJullY'.ln.\ ;! Government in its most exhausted condition. porting pHcs to the military depots on the3t.Jolin's serious cutting embanking is believed.tbe thiscityueuletl.

I 4 reasoning, I propose with' permission *of the I From the survey just completed a :map of in Florida, 1 consIder. it my duty to passing of any difficult swamp. The expenses, Mosquito tsgoon'and Indian River. 'W.ti. : ..

General m-chief, t&execute thfc work with the which accompanies this report, it appears that ask your attention to the condition of the inland therefoAf, which usually .belong, to.what is denominated -_. have in our possession several oflbe 1 lettenCol I/ I-

; t. 1 (diiposabje Jtdpnbt; force,. f.tbItgitrnisoua: ; service, the distance accr ss (from Indian river to Mos communication from .St.! Mary's in Geor the grading of the road, will not be .,.Montiano\\Governor of Florida_ the Cat A 'woulabenth
j I which, J not.tias landing, to the gener- quito south lagoon, is, by careful' measurement, giu, to the St.John's. Nature has there per.. proportionally great ;' nor are there any great tam General of '
Cuba some of
j' I l. jirgood.yill' ; : hccctrtable to the trpops j Bo 725 yards, rising abruptly at a distance of 150.yards formed most nf tho work ; and had that communication rivers to crossed iu the route, or any verye whichberup rff
: I .. iIiIs i's it m5yJi; willW ttnfcflbrk creditable to, from river to 84 (ectat been i before the. ttcnsive Under views, it is this! point tt..one of, which shows., that w6enibOPC .{. and
_ 1 _""'J'_ ., ( : Indian (Ihe highest improved commence. ... ,swamps.. .. sup.L, '. .;.... ,.to
k m't't.litll JH M tofcfcBMM fi fl n4 J f 1 11 ft nitf ftrm'l >i- t o
..,.,. .. m flj tffci ti J3MBftMk "I poiOTOV I 'latwtiBOTo ifiQviBp fcli VMUIMM nl, W4h PWIVC"?IDOBOO W > satiLe > *f. ., *"i /\ .t
r resoujpes.pf/jbaqulrtcnnasier'a, : dspartment,in I gradually ('descending to 0 feet..525yards from used through licn and cced.SlQOOO the le..o < ,i Gen.:
.. as an avenue supplies m ''K ID I a \ .,_, ... >',
__ rcspepttuo9IiranspQrtaqd.. the 'gratuity to I thq same point ; again abruptly descending in reinforcements conld have been received, the Taking it, for granted that suitable timber, I with c the Island : .
communicating of Cith :
should *'
1.. .. :; ofdle'rs ortextra' duty,.(ife.firnple', and .J the space of 100 yards to tho ,level of thu v/a- operations there might have been efficient. anda can be obtained from the fores's' of Florida,at I 'w& ""*s ones
$1 nppiehend'rio doubt m receiving the cordial aid ter in the rt wo streims, with a narrow ridge of large sum would have been saved in the ex I the mere expenses'of felling: and preparing it; through. tM inland passage along tJieeoast. j J; cogrs' *]

I utbecbie1tthostaff; departments in J heentcrpriso t' one foot and :a half separating: peninsula penditures. I recommend that appropriationsbe I and assuming the iron rail at a weight ot not ,Key Biscayne or Majacumbe, thence b) BXMSV 4; T.'LVe
; and it gives me pleasure to. ,add, !that: from riv r. Four hundred 'yards of asked fur and I less than then 'f
_ the admit of 'Mosquito measures adopted? to complete sixty pounds to the'running yard. of fishing vessels to Havana, and In' setenft | W
state the discipline! will readily' r1|' this distance: from Indian river is through a bed the work as soon as practicable. involving all those"! considerations of necessary instances this! ,was done. We shall ''' :
Tt I withdrawal of tKetrbbpsifor. a season. from I j composed of a covering: of one foot and a half: If the inland communication were continued turnouts, accidents and contingencies inseparable ti&; .jssign
.., I their moreimmediate:: : ,professional duties.ii. .- I I of red sand, 3 f.et"of hard aquina,'and the remainder south from St. Augustine Key iscayne bay, from works of this kind, I do not feel'd is pos and several other cresting( letters of Col, +' i v aedt

I ,Theon1y. impedimeot, .pttrmh.sion beiiig obainbd -j of the'distance to the 'bottom of the 'the military defenqo of the peninsula\ ld be ,ed at. placing the xpencies for this "part nf the hanG hereafter.: ., .-. :1' nyftl.bavebcc
;. Is thb:coit, say 8\.,000, (seo first item in I j canal shell end sand The Atlantic road I, B
'j; through easily yielding to greatly 'facilitated. coast of Florida for a single track of less than 89,000 the ..- .
I: --I-- I tho estimate,somewhat overrated I think,} of ia L I / ]
the and .bed small shell is difficult.of and
pick, a; ) of readily more dangerous to, navigation The
I. I mile.These Brig Virginia, Randall from .
;I quantity p1nnk for revetting1 a 'i'ortiunofth' i Havawrfof: ,
'J yielding to tho spade. Thrpugh)' .thif.distance, .i than any other part ot our coast ; and two items iIl'bring the average cost come.sai
: tHnbankmonj} ;.and.. jscegrfUedfas; on |nany I unordinary'excavation of the requ ired depth, under the most t favorable circumstances the supply of the road at from $17,000\ to $19,000) the mile. New York, went aihore among the' breaker*-btf<. ihing. '

,.. t 11 : cQnsHrgtl9nS thd work ttappcar/ude..irable. to execute to give 4 feet to the depth of the canal, is all that pf all the posts between the two pointsmen'tioned It'is believed. that the best route for. the proposed the south side of the shoal of Cape Canarval, on .: I : sed.to

I I : by'mcajii /undj'apfilcable| to?gen. 1 is requisite. A'Auction of the canal through this is uncertain. The inland communication road will be from Pilatka, on the Sunday 21st inst. She was laden withsagw. '

_ t-ral service, 1afidlwiLhnut.refetericOuf. the'sub., 'portion.pf the work exhibited on the map in to-which Tallude, and which I urgent. river St. John's, to Fort Fanning, on the Suwan- The Sch. '\' Compel?
: SopTna,,. Cunningham of q
J I joct\tp Gongrtvs3i t 'Requesting youito sub. : the section through E. F. ly recommend, can bo readily effcctt'd, .nnd at nee ; but on this subject I beg leave: to be understood ? KeyWevtr1 toabandj
- ; I 1rLt i th! y. jqC\JP: qJl1sid mljbnl ot: the :Gen. The. reniaiuing-distancc: : ((300 yards is compo. .campanatively. littlo expense. Matanzas river as giving an opinion of what,is prob came alongside and taking ouof 'r"pvt.or ',.J. His'

era.in.cbiefiJfaypme I have! the : with i an ca(ly rjpply,,[ ,-sed enttruIY'ofwhlle :sand. On digging down could be improved and connected through Gra able, with our present information. The..routein : her cargo, got, her off and 'ought'ber.iniagi.J P1Y F.
honor'tu 1
i. 1 '. ;1,1 ba your ibedrtErvant. |f I to the level of'the water in the two streams, the ham's swamp with' Hal lilax /ivor-thafriver: this direction would be about eighty miles port on Thunday'last. S
I'I vVWJ.. WORTH, ; sand,mixed with water of the char. New lone ._ .
up partakes connects with Mosquito lagoon at Smyr which would give for the probable cost of .t
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__ : Brigadier General Corn l4ndi: g. acter of quicksand, tha excavation filling up na-neither would require much improvement.The the road, it one or the other of the previous I >aVe

;;u.' ,: 4iutant General U..S. Army.Lieutcnafa'ale'irepbri'ofiguney 'I almost soon as made, and the banks con. latter, by means of a short canal, requiring averages per mile bo taken, $1.369000 or $!,- I Suicide<<: ,"::' ." 1"1

I : > stantly liable to 'fall in. In order to' guard not more than two locks, might be connected 520,000.Of On Saturday I last, one'of'our .most 'esptcta.. respect

of the neck if'land I against such 'fatal: results,, it is proposed to box with Indian river. That river, extending course, sir, the foregoing estimate-does : ble citizeM/Mr. EITJBS'MAMUCT,commi tIed su : :'
between Ahsyuito'lagoon and Indian river, in the entire distance through the quicksand ,by south of inlet, than degree and not involve of f1e1fl.U
Jupitcr more n any those considerationswhich. icide,by banging himself, while in a state, ,of ,
jtferredjo in General. Worth'. ., eumrnuninalionx. driving piles, 8 inches and 12 feet in | half latitude other lproprietjIf
of wharves t
.4i'b square] a requires /no improvement belong to landings, relay or watering'bousf.'S
'of t temporary He
nC /12
_ .1 '. :r "- 184:3: ; length, at a dfciucc of 12 feet apart, revetting j than the removal! of a few oyster shoals. depots, magazines: &c., but is, confinedto erangement. was ,anoldres: !;- I.,4 the last 1 1Wa
___ : $-4u6tisTX&E, EAST 'FLORIDA, the bides inch and 'I dent about 50 years' of'age, and esteemed b;, ::
; with.two plank ; to remove About ten miles south of Jupiter bay is a la. what relates solelyto construction of .the ; .: ::1
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I, I>ftember 11,1843..GENE&AL .- every possibility of the canal filling up, either goon (Bocca llatone sound) which could be road. & all who know him. the won
_ '.* '. :: In' obedience to I your instructionsof bythuIiltitig: of its banks: or"by the pressure readily connected.with thebay, and which extends The construction'ofahl, parts of the road.ex'cept m -- -' : r :

__I a e 10th utirna,1) <,tI.MXe the honor;to. report of the sand and ,water at the sides of the canal, i south to Hillsborough mlent, at least a that which belongs the grading or.preparatIon The Olive. ? '.: LmiI

; and I It hatI1eftaLht place' ,0At the 15th,with sergeant .forcing up the ,sand from, .tbe bottom, it is alsoconlemplaied degree of latitude ; from Hillsborough bay to of the soil, being almost purely me. By the.mail of Tuesday last; we r received the. .. .' -.
_ twelve nfen
( of.the,eighth iofant'rn.trlvcd at to cover the bottom with two-inch New river inlet, is not more than ten miles, and chariical the of 4oneOItcand
the,Haulbvt oh the:afterntwn'of'the 19th'and I troops the United States stationed fallowing!! interesting letter from the Hon..DA., ..,;t,
plank, h'such"manner to the whole'free :
as rpnder between the two points ISA lake or pond that la Florida could be employed to ad van.
iIQmcili&td.t'c9mme ed ,survey bf: the lieck from liability to fill 'up, and the canal could be used in connecting them ; From New tage only on the grading.. And until the amount yIn "LZ.VT, and the information: conveyed is. .
L__ 'tot land dividing Indian river pod Mosquito Sfuthlysoon at all times SS:1bl The '' ...cheering. Hope deferred: 'maketh theheart: ;
lu : proposed 'plan of- River" inlet to Key Biscayne bay: is not more tot'labor which will constitute the grading .
- with n viewtpdtcrthine tbo pract, cablhtyrbfculUbg'a construction,' in detail, ofthis, part of the workis than eight or ten miles'; they could be connected be accurately, known, it is of course impossible sick V' we havo'" hoped even vgansthope"i that'our : bead an

S of.tfic-two'iftrcamsTiindf; / i t l canal to thu conn i ct the irtl1o'waters: shown lathe section through.C' D, a long itu' by a canal, or through New River and iho ,iosay what would be the amount 'orange.trees would' ;receive i 'and sustain us ,t'ir Wtfi!
F mo\ :great dinal : .
and transvers sectiohof \yhich IS given. which within two miles
Everglades, approach saving in' the
II employment of the Ii '
troops. '
Lk- sourceiofitoiland! ( nil I by the proceeds of .luscious fruit but Uc has
: difficulty experienced: by For the determination of the nature of tho soil of' the btiy. would, however be the.difference, according to ; imcst .a ,

c settlers and others passing om- ,nQrlbJQsnuth* ; and-material'Lhrough which the canal: l is designed In tbc'event of war with cither of the'great, the number, of laborers ,required, between (,he of our citizens are inclined to despair of'ever'I

a- uf i hy the iolandrotl'' .IceI1 Smyrna to the' mouth()* .to jxiss,several shafts were sunk, exhibited European: Powers possessing colonies in the extra price allowed the 'soldier on.such duties again raising it as a crop. remedy: .:: "Jn'Thevne..

; ti Iudiauniycr. oq. the '.',profilQ of t ground? ," ,across, the peninsula West (Indies, there would .bo danger! of the peninsula (about eighteen cents per' day) and the seems to present itself from the discovery of a ;;4
By arr'-jnspcctioQ of the map of Florida, i it : ; l00'ltrd11; IhryJugb.,tbo marsh .or lagoonofjJiQ'.500considcred of Florida from ;, Co1T.MTbe
being occupied by blacks price for hired labor in that c untryIrmay, ; olive which, '/
: new species produces two
.:._ willrbgMjjjribat: t- inland!! :route. <: as quicksand.is: ) 'on' the ; the islands. A proper regard to \U e' security of however, bq to remark, the inv ID years C'IrcdtIi
I- 't ny.vraterlJrom' be Jtujuih lofTMosquitoilvcr: same i Je\'claS' the; water of Mosquito(( river. Amore.exCpyatiQl1 our Southern States requires: that prompt and I Ation of excaydTiflng per? machines, has that mucTT red?deed --- from,the time of planting.. Thi".i.i if tnj$.an A jy _:

': three mires from, Smyrnai running parallel\ to '4 feet deep may bo here all efficient measures be adopted prevent such a" : the amount of manual: labor heretofore employed have no'reason to doubt it,will b< the!
and 9
.t J Indian Atlanlkrcccantljyi meana :of; Mosquito. thatjs necessary'0aUliougb It, have estimated! state of,things. W1iethcr'the. Florida war be on-- works of.this kind. There is, no incalculable benefits to East florida: and to the =':;<
rivers, with the exception of a narrownectfbflarid'separaMg with aiyiow of".rrv u it1g the idts aniji covering terminjued.: during: tho next winter or -not t," 1, doubt, however :' c,
) the' < I that the employment? of the whole southern section of the Union and should ; :
. 1I- aftf ,
twtf pbin: the ,bottom of thewhole 300 yards ythwp( .. .
> | would, recommend fthif: measures be immediate would be : thanit
troops to
a saving \vork
p-I- signaled on the m: pMiFort Ann.- At i this, point\ inch plank; It'will be'scen, from1an-inspcction Iy'tal\en rreci'permanent' wbrks'al Key Biscayne that tho officeis with great them would: be highly,valuable and. it succeed: Mr. Levy may well eteem. :'its in-. : 4 jnadeljU

f for years o'lhe'rs pj yJpus.totho, ;war, Indians, trades, of'thp m&p,.that*"from the ) .termination$.! : Key We t'ond such other points, among; as assistant engineers. troduction a matter of great pride and satisfac proTein

and were"cpmpelled 1 to'haul'.tiy'erjhcircanoes of .the canal; in Mosquito rJ'o (the channel', I thokeys; or cn the :peninsula as, on ,examina.. Very respectfully, tion. But to the I letter : ..uuta'lu'The
goods, andsupplies, from one'stream! to. brj.beiycr; ,.there' is! a distance of.about. 300. t'ion.anay: be found to possess the greatest military your obedient servant *' WASHINGTON '13tb 1844.
ibo 'i April ,
1 -1 : otheriwjhea unintercupted navigation L yardsgra'dualfy'deepening fiom. the shore t to 2 advantages. The lirnclyattention of the: '
again presents Usolfirjunning; in seasonsof,! t feet in depth at the edge of the channel. The,tmoradeepening Government to that' important object may save Colonel Corps'<, ,J.J. ABERT, DEAR SIR, : My.attention has been directed ']3ui, .-:-,

I high water, almost cntlfely. to Key Biscay,|-.- of this part ofnhe workiwill a' hvy.expensi( ,ns.\veH as avert the most diaastruiH 1.1\1. PORTER: Topographical, Engineers.lion for some time to enlargement of'the Circle profe$8ij: i
During the progres$ ot'}he war lately brought1'to hot.requiremuch.laborahbaugh. it will uuks. "
,. consequences.. War. of profitable staples, suitable to the climate of gun.Ofl.
Secretary of
I ---_ a.close, a largfe forcfeof" regularSand! !Tnilitia! *revetted- .L>_' bu..taiI. _.. .times./--_- liable' -:- _LoiIup_ !; ,... .,... 'Nev. .II I also, submit_the following extract" from my Florida. J Jencaofdram
OWTO -- -- '
WI "arymg tom : i.uuu men, was siauonea ennel ss.lt is ouiievea consiuni passagu dated: the 2oth ot 1843 LATER FROM H.AYTI.-We i informed : 1)|
tha'l11e' annual.report October( I are by
-( for some weeks jat4lhisjoint J ) with, a view main. I desire that she should as much excel'all oth. .. '
-1 j of boats, and the nature! ofthe1 bottom, (gras ,viz: I Captain Steeples of schooner Malvena, which bb t be&ton.
,ly to assist in' ,:for,,,'yiijding[ supplies of provisions and 'soft'mud; with patches of nd.ruge\hCt.. .. KyyJrVesutheDry, Torlugas andKey Bis arrived l last evening from the City.of St. Do- er parts of the, Union in the variety, richness,

forage,0snd; materials, required by the i. with the current, formed. by: the* dliferencp .pf cayne are.the 'great ..strategic points on our mingo, (which port she left on the 21st Match,) and description; of 'bet productionsas I would ; it

J army ward,operating these ; the, &c.main land to the we: u 'level in the' .wafer, ,of ;he two streams, depending Southern frontier ; they should! ,'bo strongly for- that the insurgents hada force of 3000 within "ish that she should in,the happiness.morality i ,.
miles being brought a few entirely upon the nature and direction vf, tilled. Combincd. .with! proper naval means, the city, and about 5000 on the lines. The new and of the !itiith
south of I prosperity As ofthe
Smyrna transports.aod steam. the winds, wilt, 'wlthQ( slight difficulty, keep they would cbmniahd l,completely, the northern Governor'chosen by; ''the pres population: nj people. .one. .

.. to boats the, afterwards I.' ,taken!t' in small boats"rind sctn rs' open a passage, ..sufficient for' boats drawing; I entrance into the Gulf of Mexico, 'and 'afford had just arrived from Curacoa, .nd ,wasaciing ,i fruits' of my.enquiries. which promises .-cdvaDr ISirl

Haulover. and thebce'carried bywagons : j- from 2to; 3 feo.water. better protection to 11m.commerce .of. the whole as Generalisirno; of-all the forces. vantageous intioduction of>(a valuable staple for. Pbysicithis

1 across tondiariver i to be tli n&e' again It is now p proposed open this canalby such West and Southwest, than ten times the force There had been'some'skirmishing on the lines us, I have the pleasure to ;communicate to yoa 'rho
bpatpo; ac'4 l ld'th'flrtriain land, and. down I He St: force ascari be'spKred.for tire purpose,taken employed 'at other between the and killed las
river ia tbe dlroctrnt9fFort, Pierce! 'I 'Kayo' any points or ,In any other belligerents-. a number for the public information, that there is-how. a
r p from the troopv stationed ai St. Francis1 bar- To"render .
way. secure our'vost possessions, the particulars: ot which had not transpired.It '
data fm' cmiQ a'qdiaj, present uponwhich; \ .. Q. :iracks.fand with the ns-Utance,of such rilCans as wp must pa v' more attention to principles of thought the place will be able to holdoutfor prospect that the 'Olive-may become an'article bousbeen'* .

base a calculation; "of.expense' of this kind 'of are.ot the; disposal of. the quartcrmaslerXand) J: .' strategy. On that subject we have.an admirable some timeas persons'huavor of'a rebellionare of extensive production throughout, tho wholeof i

transportati:; ,lilt,,: irom tbo large f rce'lo'loug : :corqmLisary'sdepartments at this.stjuion\ ,.pro- : lessen iu the policy adopted and persevered from the country. Most of the Haytiens Florida, for the soil and climate of every catttat

: employiea twlb,'the wagons: mules, anU yfdcdtho 'requisite authority 6 be bbliUhcd in by Great Britain. That nation, by its posi. have left for Jacrnel'and: Curacoa., Business is part of Territory- will suit ita'culture.-. .4
necessary fomgev.,together with, tho'supplies fdr 'l6f s li ''dispt>sitibn'of the 'J'ho' lot.l .
troops' tion.-', hddl.1Y u comparatively small force, has dull and American produce brings good once
L very
I the troops, 1d'atyn: ibing of the'' If The obstacle the cultivation of this valua.'r
.. 'necessity ( lowing l estimald of expense of construction is. completely'checkmated.tho globe. The three prices.-'N. Y. Evening Post. Americcfrryll
the withdrawal' f cbta" force from the figh ,based upon supposition. '" positions,named might'be'rendered impregnat ble production has cons isted in the very long ;.

." !ing in strength f U ftctu njri the field, I hazard!, little. '&.t.mal4.cf{ !. ,.cost.of materials and cxpeflse.:flcQn..: :t I Je .by.nn expenditure not exceeding u millions POSTSCRIPT.The ;period, required to bring,the tree heretofore cuf- anduimport+-r 1

aserting aUh"J expense keeping,up such a struclion. of dollars. 'They,would be worth, in military tivated to maturity., It of
force, tooveccomflibe jfficulty arising from th6 175'pij(. : 8 XSrilnd: 'i2-.fe6i long, i effect, an expenditureJof fifty millions." Washington,Globe, of,the 22d, inst. says requires thirty yeari :lrilk
:' interposition of thia'.narrow: neck6F.land-musi; ,'t 82,400 square feet';"2.inch plank, The'dilficuIty I vhich I experienced when 'Jdi-i -'" 'Henry,Bald win, one of the Judges growth befor "U' begins' 16 yield.' But this diffli!i ... sinc&jerao'

.: have cost the Government in six months 20 time;i 12,400square fwt ; scantling,4 X ; reeling the operations against the Seminoles in the Supreme Court'of the United 'States,. diedin culty can now be removed, f received yesterw: -

to the the expense batting a canal from <)iho'strean i 4.6 feet long, 1,000 square feet ; ,the campaign: of 183738. in supplying the !division Philadelphia at 9 o'clock last night, of para day from Oporto, in Portugal, a letter from 11'li:

other\and.! thus dispensing witb. tb'o'gren rnud sjjlij.6! 'X Land: 12fe, t 1 h'O.OOOsqunrd'feet \: of! the army operating south of the Haul lyson, in the 65th year of his age. which make the following e lract. /;' cngage
expense dfrnbttIhg t |; forage and tuppllei ; l-inchr plank,'2i100 over, on the Atlantic side of the peninsula! of .. weeks
the ions teams,and (required to forward :provis i ) tquare" feet-making ,63,0001"1 ,. .:.. ,Florida, enable me to speak with positive certainty [From the Washington! Globe, 22d Inst.]\ Some years eanew'.k.l.nd pf?f. Oliw trea l : ardC

I )land, ammuniopcJo! the army on;the waft ..square feet, ai,620.. per'thousaod. .1,260 00- as' lo the necessity improving the"in RE.'ANNEXA'I JON OF'TEXAS.. introduced: Provenca and. in parts &A 8s.

besdesVejiev.iiig[ : : from such "barraismEserviCja : 50 kegs4-inehspikrs.nt.SG :mo. 00 ,land communication' -from St, Augustine toKey Soon after the Senate met to-day, the: Presi- .of Spain and Portugal'which yields 'z an iiund.

them large Q94J'11{ef ,troops, and reuderint; ::15. cents per) "diem for 125 men. for 60 iscnyne'and; ircUm3Itinces, which come to my dent sent'in'a.treaty for the "re-annexatio'q: "Of ant'crop of Trait ,in tJio 'd year alTef1 b togJ.'C
available "
Since fofrttctual: service' in the field, I days .: ; :!. ''I'.ifeS 00 knowledge during tho summer ot 1837 show the Texas: and' ,the Senate went' .into. executive sessions planted., ;They small triiesabout&Qrvorfive .', tQ
thetermtnatioof the wartbis/hiis 'beer Boats, scows,'bar rows,carts and (oolsi 1,000() 00 importance iif fortifying( that key as well as on..it immediately, and so remained i until are '. s. .
St.the general route for'all settlers on Indian'river Contingencies .. -. 500.00. ih'e other points named.In the doors were' .opened loran adjourument, for feet hlgh, or we might! .even call thenxbnsh. ,'1ri .

bar Lucio.fiejf Btschvfte.and Lake, Worthi; Tht 1:1:& my conferences with the Indian chiefs ia the flay. It is unusual for the Senate to sit so i ea rather than trees. Thet'Ifnilt li !larger ibaii i.:>: '

high at the tid moull Ii /,df|ftd.ian river does not admiat 4,18500 1837, I ascertained that: a, constant, long on a confideltial communication when it : the common olive, is' of' a :fine green color J even -" u'oIdL'Th;
assft f.vcssclsdrawing mor I' It estimated that, with the application pf cation had been kept between c0q1muni-1 lirst goos in. The_custom has been, wo believeto when !
than up and I hc
cigh\rer.T'ogCther(: : ripe contains. ,a deal of
with great
tIi&daugcrou such a' foice,with theuse of notes and the !
one of the public ccrtain persons in the Bahamas, and gain to secret session for purpose. of re.
uatCt1): gale! bar1scl;' > 'v ahif1in itf posuioaai ,transports now in service in Florida for.tho conveyance 4hot most of the negroes nho had eloped from ferring the subject\ one of its! standing ''com.in oil. The advantages derived, from this new '

every, the or l IpnfcQpntjnuance; Of heavy-weath of supplies<; and.material," with such their masters: ,and sought refuge among the In it lees, and to do nothing more with it until the mode'of'cultivating olive'tree- are beyond T'
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! absencOipLpiloJs and I
tyft. the exposed dming boats t and teams disposable: for the' purpose, thewbrk'could dfans previous to the war,,had! been taken from committee report.Heareafterall all calculation. Whilst ,, according to the! 44method .-

., .. of the prevaiting.eester13'lwindstothewboiesweep broad Atl.mkr"renders the IO'and"com' ? : I bb completed in two months' after the peninsula; .British. vessels. K.y Biscayne 'men'.wm be committed an.olive tree does, not contaia Ju Lull L&e
lreakiniggroundnnd at the cost of Bout 84. i is situated ns to command both Providenceand negro ,
4 j11unica%iol'tpr thVttmS'anJ.tabor: f fft'blent(( all seasi, ft :nbtwjth.. ,000. Without,such nssistanqe.; owing'to( the Florida channels, and, if fortifi-d,'would .to prison on their arrival in DIy of the portsof growth, and consequently:does' 'not yield ,any ,/

. standing inlinuiiogovej;; nepessUyTo the employment of, suitable put an end to the communication the onsidethbIeopbefore": '
:r- land tho 'I a ves- between Cuba. This is in'consequence the recent tnirty'-jears ,of ige J yado
ftnd '
lands! and boats seilierhe'tiis(! ]Vupplies": the those seeking i serlth.o.I large' forcerequisite.,to transport thesupplies i islanders ami the blacks on the peninsula'; and events in that island. the! new system cultivating 'small size olivo
in ;oulber4pertionoI:: and materials! : i to tho.HauIover l ,'the dif- if,'in addition, the other points named were '
tho Territory. I{ )ho and ; cuttings, 'affords very
ence. necessity' poBtyi :! ficuUy' 'and' expensd. ofhiring the requisite strongly fortified? we should command completely The tariff bill _
L S of rcmovlog this ob*trwction, nnd rendering UK* teams the cost.of purchasing 'teams;* and ,tbe :' the outlet from the Gulfof Mexico, : was taken up lathe Housejon abundant crops j in two or three:. ea'f... i!An acre

navigation for alLtJETSsela; open' and 1 uninterrupted : pay pf:.a large forco.of.iBcchanlcs: and'laborers through which the greater: portion of our \tex-: the 22d inst. and a fiery' discussionwill.ensue. of land can easily contain 2, 00( olive trees of
from tha header Bul w: creek, fallings much longer period, (ha, canal i i. the
fprpe.rhapsa port iiecessarily
quality and the
I pns
The Harbor' pew gathering of the fruit
1J bill
at a distance f'1ifls{ Into ntllirax: "ri.rer t b constructed has: passed the House. .
i ; at \ '
an expense'less: V.t.bigl! consideration! have .the honor -
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.. is as ft be done ,small[chil
. thence to S rd( : ff Jiles; to the, laulbYe'r; ,tban'810,000.1 i' I. :'tUn- ,sir, your obedient servant. Mr. Colt's final" very easy, can by ioaa
30 miles 'Itidra4W ; bnr.BO ; anf h ,Lieutenants Morrs? and lour arr.;, tif'-tho -8th "THOMAS S.JESUP. wreck of -experiments on the sunkeir 'dren." .
raelgbbon the
.. I \ t i1'ti.fo'mcbt f" a "t\qcfU h' : infantry\ together ,yitU Mr. :F..HunphrjeyB.of Styx"have been eminently sue- Tfie'olive"thrive soil l
. T- : Quatlermaster Gen al. ce ful,every part of it being tor n into-fragments upon light ,and.sandy Tier
: nsscs
't\1'o ?
broufi"' 'ill Eve1Adei, to 81. Augustiuetwhq!i ,y oInntcc4crvicesv.s., lion J.: M. PORTER and there k
. ai ; ''" .** Secretary War. and notonetimbcrIefc'upon'another. can be no doubt ,of Rs success ifl! ,
LAKe \Yorinano; AeJBicaynaadistance iiI. fisted '
me in'ho'suryey' FOREAU
OF TOPOGRAPHIC;. ENGINEERS, Florida. I have b't.
seen two olive ia Augustine -
trees ;
to '
cJhcr,1fwnifVboVhca4v-ofBuiow"8; creek 'of ih\-of\} which respectfully stbm'itted': :
Washington, January 20,1814.
. ncaf5O.IiuileYi; ( th :passbbeued, aDdmtme 1 have the honor" .be", General, .with :great -.Srlt.; Inreply;! toso much of-the resolution of ,; Guiso: HOME.-About 100 'emigrants have which must have been a century' oW IAt
.r to'aJniititbVpa; .sngOjpf.boala and scows- ',icspcct: your, obedient servant,; h" -i-: the,b'enato of.the 11th instant as has been.re. I II I[ Europe having beconvr passages dissatisfied at Philadelphia', for ,and.they bore.frithm my recollection.. y _... catejycti

.. j J- drawing n'o*;;more.tbpn.thrq9:: feet water, them / J.EDMUNDBLAt; J''; t ; ferred to this:, office-namely,- ,that-part which prospects. this countr '. ; :with'. their .Thesa trecs'.wero, jn a very Imposed situatioa". ,
will be\aodiuicuUyio fr moment in the way of;j? First Lieut. TopgrapM Engineers.. / relates to railroad across the isthmus of Flor. } v in a lot fronting the ....

.1 .. settlers //ddsirdus' locating the rich landson I Brig.Gcnernl) W.J. WORTH, -. ida-I have the honor to report that: no surveys, The Camp Chest Washington has been on Bay.tIf .
Indian river and Si Lucic, well adapted for I Com'&' 9A) department, .Angvftinc E F. for a work of that kind have been made: under: presented to Congress. ond of the shrub olive described in this let.
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- 'pi c1Ucf.bl'tin acre 'two_hiiaa. ed' IMPORTANT" INTELLIGENCE FROM Drugs' and'Medicines.DR. .. ,
: :
.dollArJ,: /, WASHINGTON. F. 8.. WEL1.EIt"& CO. respectfully an- NEW SPRING' GOODS.... V : t.t' .
.. .order The Terms'.l in the Texas Treaty. InterferenceOf : to,the inhabitants of St. Augustine and .. "
of the trees
l"U'Maly' some / 'Eiiglafld'wiib/Texas? ', Tfao Treaty; 'to'beHJUlifted its vicinity thai they have opened a Drag and medi- : "

\\" oeta fll it abte I ietisott' 'and,will within thirty; days;'or LosUThe cine afore in this city,. near Mesas Cart & Co'.. establishment G.. BURT; &VV. C O. -

:t "'pda.i to l ibQtQ, i'b .tro ueyel '": Negotiation:ilthOreg Arrested.: Bold and sal that they have on hand 'a general assortment .

If, thus. Energetic Stand of Mr. Calboun.. of Drug,'Medicine*.'Perfumery, &.c. THEIR New and fashionable Dry Goode and Variety Establishment, have 11 reeei'eddirect'from _
nJ t Itthpo 4 bent AT .
,the [Correspondence of the N.Y.Herald.] They beg leave to assure the public that their stock York per,feb. !Sanudete,"a new,and desirable aojrtraeotor.laterstylyiprrng l and .

'. )a'a d:one t valuable: pie)tq the. WisauraroK' 13th.April, 1&44.Tain of floods U fresh, baa bean'eo eeted with great care' which in,connection with their former! :!large.stock, eontuutes..one of the most omplete and summer: eitencivo good u-/
hIalahall It in the city of New York, and. wilt, be constantly replenihed. aortment of good offered in this to which the attention
Fl4atl esteem the of their
R "t s or : as glad to be able to give you the facts"; it V 11 ever city friends,;end tho public generally;*
r.Ido'Dt: ls'ltfe. matters not whence I*get'them it is ,enough are respectfully requested. They hope by constant attention 16 the want* >f ifaj comma.h,.a continuance ,t
I'f. ; : The attention! ofplanters and settler is pietrOnlaYlted of the liberal prftroiisge which has been bestowed them for the
l l '' upon pas Dealer who
+t : :i"I. Yours\ respectfully, that implicit credit( riay.gi e .them. The to this establishment which it is presumed the package
,", D LEV Y. leading terms of the Texfcn Treaty are as fol. they will find a matter of convenience and. advan the following constitute the leading article which are constantly kept on band, viz. ; \ t
i lows:- tage. ; -- \
Fashionable- spring and summer good consisting ca tei.. ciejare, tincture bo'lie., candle shadee .
1st. On hand variety of tho standard medicines ,
United patent
States to
or Illume '
are discharge
: 'of little moment to us-whclher': of English, French and Americau broad cloth*.- and
: 'Jlj. 'ttaMfT! ; which are the following, preseiin bntter dishes, with many other"art icles'line. F
U debt of Texas, to the amount of what among Drip d'Ete; merino and thibit w ol doth, comprising .
:t IJ/I.$$** halt or any. other,perlOn, are ,the sales of r 'xinn Lands 'will pay and, no Lee's 'Pills, Godfrey Cordial, all most every variety of colour Tor Gentlemen* IN BRITTANIA ... V !
Carminative, PilU AND WAIlE'-
: 'or1" nttaralfcalled l. into". ezUtence thejWbctto farther. The will the Dres and-Frock coat also of .
.,.a assumption only equal ; a splendid assortment
: British Oil, Thompson's eye,Water, : Tea Kettle,_tin i pan*, basins, pail, bucket foot
;.gmj anti what 'ISBO ,notorious is ,sale: of lands. Harlaem Oil. Opodeldoc French English and American Blue, Black' striped! tubs, eaace ,pans dusting pan,, meacare. wash

r "e : .it'exhfbit.on i tie part of the Dominal of>' 2J. Texas.is to be admitted as a Territory, Swaim'a Panacea, 8 waynes, syrup of wildHaY'1 dlr. onJ ribbed and and plain, single and double Irvin mikedcassimers keltel"cup"! funnels' ; spice,, .bona'spittoon*,,aogar ,
lil oe.klu. and
*> : and to be allowed ono Delegate in Congress. I Liniment Cherry striped p / am borer, lampsgrsteu, lanjt.erm. jombler drainer '
:;at ed ,bt-Jtot s H Pkceo bold effrontery<<:, am not positively informed as to the matter of Brandreth's Pills.Tnrlington'a .' Mormon's Pill. broona,white and:) brown bnnendrillingis! er articles muffin .tinge, dipper, ,lamp feeders, '&cf.Lrittania
tr( :be..expected,from one who the JfdJl ln'. Eliur of for pants,also! a beautiful variety of vestinjs, tea coffee '
{_ Delegate, but have no doubt as to the truth Balsam o* such red silk lain and satin Mar poi do. pittoon, lam Pp, vug*, shaving
} ,the T Henry's cabined Mag as p figure i boxes, Ac. large end small wooden
a_tdclslto. that Clay' resolutions 'fet'hls own, CI statement. pinio seiJlcs and ,nleDc" or.the latest sffle and of the tabs bucket. ,
u ..v ''3d. 1 is said about and this nesia gtnvine.Or : painted pail, bras and ironbound do. and .
Nothing on tray '
slavery ;
drawn Col; best first 6f made
were really ,, Up by Haugh- quality al..o.a rate assortment ready. '
they Dr. VVeUer will give his personal attention to bowbvy.ggoria keelera, wash bison .atuok,,
5 I
will camp
point wsuo.in ratify
supposed be the only of
and wrench coat
i tad uibered into! the,world'wUh"words of. the the dispensing medicines. / rocking and common chair, tolling:aud clothe pin*,
ing and linen shirt
and .
treaty. vest cotton ,
'' St. Augustine, Nov. 27th 1843.Hooper's. pants ; mat. white wash and floor brushes '
'thleriti ounel "sochonmwt"i e ej>mmon aid
,, Jiiilli, 4th. The. accompanying,, correspondence stocks, collars, *uspenderVscatf:, neck tie*, hand eslrlc blooms, plain and handle basket in V
i A tr M 8r.rtossty.Ao.wtoicntA(4U ,great ,
r r- r,WT kla.i4..betor-f'.lbeJ; : epatej l kerchief and Cravat / variety, brass.aud. tronwir..eatrel i whir '
v */ the hat 4 *bgolu,. svdrtsuons yJnetreceived .. '8TAPLK AND FANCY: DS. : ,.. P s, coat. .
fact .
e' !:atit Je4' 'wiLh-'t- cli a tvelope- that England !\iii and. for, ,sale by,:- *:A DeantifuliiMoriiiieStt* l >n.te.t siyle'French?'Eng .brusle.r..',-V*-,. &c... .. .. ,. \:
,_" }.' 't ing overtures to Texas of an; alliance. The rF. \VELLER.. & Co.Marshal's I. liab and America print, ,colored cambroon and '"AT8..ANDCAP8 N' '<'\\: i' "";'" ... j V
government of tbe United Suites has been ap. I forladies dresses.A .A first rate asaorfmei 4 t. ofgfaabroaabk ,bats and .. f! ', v= ::xcambricka ..

4 '''i; J. $res'irittihatter i. tbfluKewf* prised of the fact.' Mr. Upshur wrote again. Sale. i plead assortment of rich dress silks of cape ilk and lash hat a be.utifaJarticJe aiao palm .

'yVwercool.surprised ,-at:|the letter bearing Since his death an answer has been received Superior Court-District of E. variety opxolour and pattern stripes! ,,figured;every Cor leaf wool, and glazed hat in great variety.: Glazed V
{ cloth
r ,tignatord I in the,last "Aim;* and,have longtoWItuprased And the'whole corrcspond nco' will be submit. j FLORIDA. I dedw ercd; changeable and plain at very low pri- cap of woosted the fimut caps style.; also) 'a few very nice military ,. .
ted to the Senate. John M. J. Bowden and ce/ .
? at' any of bis acts: To 5th. The must be ratified in'order ;, 1 J ;. FLORENCETUSCANy Straw.Silk and Palm
treaty to Wm. M. Hagen, I tulac and blue black silks,single w.dths. beautifularticle
t y.' \ ..a, ttet of supprise4) IbaHt- ;, should take effect-within thirty days after it shall be vs. CHANCERY. and; uf supeib nality. Leaf Bonnets the latest style, just received." '
M "+abeca'ttrtt9en.But his character hag.be. sent in to the Sedate 1 Maria Gay and lIN Striped and plain while and rich light silks, also BOOKS N''I ONERY,

,. t to capable of almost Hero is an additional important fact. The John Rodman, Admr. pink and white Tarlton. muslin for party and wedding ANNUALS for 1844 Poetry of Flower;;School
t; _,so_ sts ; : any'acliog course which Mr. Calhoun has taken relative to PURSUANT to a decree in he above,entitled dresses. Rooks, Primmer*, Almanac Le'dgars. Blank and I

1 !6W., )Yl: 1g ; with the arts he proles-: tho Oregon Boundary has arrested the ncgptia. offeror sale at public auction Jn Muslin de Laine, Merinoca, Lustres, Bombazines Copy Pooka, .Alph.be..plal and faacj Note paper,

,1' ''belong (Of his conduct' was'such as to tion that questipn till Mr. Packeuham front of the Court House in the City of S /Augustine .. and mourning mug fhsa in great variety. Fools' Cap do: ; Printing.do; Envelop do;, ,
to I upon ,
> on the first of 300 of land Music do.; and do'tiro .
Monday May next, acre HOSE ; A full and desirable Wirtinent of ladies'Cotton 118:1ue: bloUihg Urge and
,; {_pel'many:wbo would!- !have 'been. hi? friends I, shall have obtained further instructions from at a place called RMS' Plantation.onfne wast bank of Monrovia Merino silk Hose black and small Wrapping do. black and?white 'Sealing Wai, ti

; ..,..blbdDQ blraftad'be,WU.l reproach upon it. ,his government. the Mosquito Lagoon. / white, brown blue angola,and slate coloured children'k ana Wafer. Quill, Steel '.0.'o8ale*. Lead and _
have but fete remarks to make tonight up. xJOHN BEARD white Cotton Hose. Men halfhose Silk;cot. Slate! Petieil Playing Cards,embroidered andplaui
". I, i His lettet.Jrequlre* butiittle' notice and no rsfplr > on,the facts. One Is to call the attention to the March 4th. 1844. / Mnrsbal. and'Lamb'* Wool., a great'rariety of style and Visiting do. Paper cutters, Ink tan da'for pocket and ,
r Tpf.1 his services Ile bus, been amply paid, ; extraordinary despatch(so unlike Webster's LIST 0 LETTERS color. .. desk"black and bIDe ink with*other- articles'coniitn-! -

;: +attd"o CODI d red as a matter.or business, he shouldiir'ebeenttilU6ed. negotiation with .Ashburton,) and energy, and Remaining in the Post Office at St. Augustine, GLOVES; A complete anmrtment ol'la're'' 'I Genchildreu's. ting' a complete assortment! :

'Had his conduct and de.p9rtpeatnritcd 'decision of character exhibited tlemen', and Gloves ; assorted c.nlour.ed. JEWELRY. .
'& ; by.Mr.Calhoun.It Florida 31st March, 1844, whichif
: .
) on/tno
h of V'adrainisira- ktdr; plain open-worked and embroidered! Silk, Lisle A *plendid assortment of Jewelry, Wfriranted of
.mindsone "Old Hickory
i It l to would still have held the not take /out in three months, will be sent the best
tion. Tho people like bold and thread Linen and Berlin ALSO black and white Silk quality consisting of diamond chassej amiplain !
; a prompt, eu to'tho
,;jwpectarjd.lecmof hair ,party. But bbfre- ergetic leader, wHo is not afraid to assume tile Deid Letter' Office, in Washington, D mil of the most durable quality. finger Kmz. gokl chain, bracelet, ladle and

i of all the rulrsofetyjiiit C. A beautiful assortment ot Bonnet and Cap ribom gentlemen' breast and bdkf.: pins, gold, key*.)ocl(. i
*wst and'repealed ated'violations responsibility.The A Irwin John tastes and silk Braids of every variety and color. eta.'silver thimble, gold and silver,pencil* in great .
'the esteem of his friends,, and at fact Hat.the Oregon negotiation has been Atwetl I B K SHAWLS. variety. .

::4 1 last hfe had bat the,pity of a few. arrested i by Mr. Cafhoun's position\ leads me to Aa drew Francis Sen'r K. le Mrs 8-4 and 1M( Red merino Edinboro, muslin de CONFECTIONERY. *
idle t '
: ? think be will relinquish: an inch of bonafide/ Avice Mariquilla, 1[. ly Fernando G 'lame.nd Plaid shawl,a good assortment. A'full assortment of'Stewart'* refined Candies
( W o rJaTebita i and; his letter, regretting Unijed States' soil, and.hence the difficullvX- B L Ladies travelling bag. Fillet do., oil. silk Dimity also; the celebrated article of,Pea'> hoarhonnj;

i, ;Ae. world holds"tuch anutn.. This last act has If ,this be a, fmct,the wholo mighty west will Bre li.r F'I JaneM collar. mnrlin bands and. collars,linen cambric hdkfs. .candy, a sovereign remedy,for cough' and colds.V .
fling their hats for and Aoonftthal's Brower Baldwin Law ton William lI a nice assortment,
( t&Q8tirborthought ill of him think worse, up joy Burrows MarruratCDetoriana FANCY ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY.
Wr Locke MeUncihon
jb Q sf whohave. i given'it to the public' have Webster's Doubtless orthography the ]ot tor Inscrtin Caihou J the/ II Mrs. M A great variety of linen LACES.cotton and thread icing: Toilet Glasses. Mta,; fane y' bole:.l) needle,' card and
object thirty
.M so 10 gratify a petty personal malignity. days is tbe Brown William Moore Chaa D inserting and laces of the 'inost recent style, Black segar beautiful canes article cf hair a ntlemen'a dreading cae ;, .
'!. provision to compel enate .to act Drown Rh Martin Susan a brushe, '*havinfdo.and .
;,"I!- lij bholniury: to.him'against whom it was upon tbe treaty before adjourtfment.The Bowden Jack Maui John .. and and mull waite do.Bob.,jiconel late,,inecambric Bishop I lawn., plain.I"IJI siri mosl.nJ backgammota sheen board, rhea men, travelling

4 :4 .rr aMand will'recoil upon jho writers( own facts respecting the interference of E.ig Beor Sarah McilahonTWMurpnjr Bar, a nil assortment of black; white! and cold! and fancy basket, >silk, pnne, cornucopia; motto
land with Texas of' character Brown Reuben i bottle ad l cup, tin trumpets, silk lii-ed bags, giltwatche I
are an astounding MiaMetis
j and those who.called it forth. ca pea assorted eol'd Sarsneu.green baize: artificial
41 upon' t and cannot fail t toT exasperate the, people of Betsey,care of Mra S mith William floweri in great varietv. *. glass- stands with flower. ebina'vae*, 'abountiful '

-.r. |\ :s Wel leurn that Mr. Wickoff, of The RepuhJic. this country who will not allow a foreign power Barton Bowers A 'C Mellett Dr James S. Worsted cap*, whalebones,jet button for'ladies) mirhles.1 dominoes article ,smelling n6ff boxes] bottle; ajdog collar tooth;
to interfere in a family between the Emily Maaon Nancy cAmbric. common do, a complete assortment '
| corjimenced a libel suit against James quarrel paper brashes, geroian paper, otto of roa, kophatialhear'"
C L Ilatchell1Jichael
Brajrton ,
'for article which { United States and Texas. I bad some time of cvuse and fine linens,linsey negro cli.th.siletta, oil and naval .
y iGoradn(! 'Bennett an appeared Broad well Elias Marsh Charlea 2 I ,' military shaving Iced.- pot and toilet I
r.ald'.a.Je\Y days ago.--tf., Y. Tribb since informed you of the facts. Baker Stejry MalUDgly (Dr. Thomaa ass'd Ginghams: canvas and P addiirgsilk andtab-- roan, Cologne, honey Florida i and lavender .water ... .' a
by velvet lined black and blue, bever nndpi*
tTbo.H ;grass II I
The the entire southern hair !
treaty must secure BlTdenbnrf W. C. Merrill Nathan F 2 dentrifice powder curling flak, handkerchief '
I lot cloth ; brown and black Holland worMfd! arid _. ", t tsilk
vote andi Mr. Calhoun's Oregon position will Burton Mansfield John F prl George ,
oil cloth 04 and 4 4 ; :
.._ t-4TJhe New York Express says- also epsure it at least the entire democratic wes Barnard E t' Murphy Henry Burt serge a s s and; dowl...carpeting, matting matic sa t*. -extract antique oil, Chinese' roule..,.with.,, '" E
i CottOn market continues in a very putt ticte tern vote. It will'also get several strong northern Boyd JohnBontwell Magee Patrick 4 I many other articles in the line .

; 'Tli o.stock on hand Is greater than: votes- _. ... heat: Edward MauiiiglxTboaMuhlenbnrf DRUGS.AND MEDICINES.: HARbWA REANb CORDAGE. :' t _
., ref tnb"d before two hunItfiousahdbales. A nice assortment put up in! the best manner, and .
anproacbing C Knive
In, a few short weeks. Mr. CaThouiTt. name ::5 P warranted ol'the' Table and Pocket in great varietr and so' .
e A large portion of it is will again be run up for the Presidency (in 1848) ''I ClirlftmsntJqstph Mitchell Robert bestqnaUiy'j. -.4 perioe quality v h .l.n. II u..B ,' _i{:.; \ _" ,:- J
little for more Crane CSC 6 N TAILORS TRlMINflS AND MILITARY and Shoe knives.steels, oysterknivea and .tablepjon.i --- ,, "
jwedJorodvanccs\ and not a' and nailed to the mast,considerations to the contrary tea .l '. ., .
:' tko il b wort b, consequently those who have .1. don't this ,Crane Abraham 02 Nickulson Saml.Pellicer ARTICLES. bras nnd iron fire doga. shovel and tong. -- '. '
fur an' improvement notwithstanding. give as,my Cleland John 'CCtkinorea P Sewinf.silki of all color, twist spool cotlon, osna- general assortment of horse clolbafand shoe brash .
Bjdej# wq Advances alC ,holding on ,
opinion, but asfact. cotton threat ..ilk. worsted and
B M Anthony burg and cotton es. Butt and Screw, Cot Tack, Brads Brass
: to enable themselves to get out with In my previous letter to day strike out a note Clarke Lt.JD Perch Jesse A flo... French cotton cotton and silk cord colored Nails.i Files! and. Rasps ,of all kind, Edged Tool. '

'.Iub, at the bottom, in'wbich' 1 eipress4a( about ClelandMCCorcoran Perry LymAn binding< gold and siUer army lace silver rmbrnider- Door Trimihgs Door And, Cupboard Lock, Pad,

Culhoun's interference in King's appointment; Nicholas Preston John R ce bugler, sword knot, silk' sullen! patent.leatherU. Trunk,Till Lock, a full assortment, ne., ,hOT.
4 edi itor. of the Washington Globe,'F. P. &c. Calhoun has not interfered at all, and I want CampbelUIr. Porter Joseph W H. belts, with pUtes, embroidered stars gold and spades, books ,and hinge*. ClMipman'e Razor i ,

J.s.i..k. has.been unable to attend,,to hisjsmdOeSoaalttbon the statement to,read to that effect.; Tbisisspe- Clark William Parr John staffcoat buttons, shoulder straps, composing a full Straps, Chains: ,Sad".Iron*, Coffee Mill..'\large and
since, the explosion of the cially important. Cody Edward Peal CutsRenkenPW assortment of trimiujs for military and citizens small sizes. Iron and Steel.Sqnii/es,.,Iron composition '

gun tin.boa 'c1tbe steamer Princeton. The.,viofocitf I could much' more but letter is full. Colt George coats and pants.BUTTONS and brass! candlettirks, powder ,fiak*,,bridle i
uioricuwion affected very seriously the say my S, B.- Colgate Henry F Reed John I Gilt.cut velvet and common covered bitts and stirrups! jack; smoothing and; floor .plane," .. a

iiroiatf! r.. and inlAY permanently injure S-C'o-It's: took Clelard Maria 8 Reid R R Button in greet variety for catsyeats, and and groove n-, percussion ,cap, made "in Part,
;lakeerla! P. great sub-marine explosion: D ,i Rogers Alexander pant, .ulso linen and l cotton tapes, bradcs, eyelets. a firs: rate article: of sporting /powdor, ,try .equates! V i itlnmblas
.. .. ,. ,:'- place this P. M. Beautiful day..great; dust- I Dunham Robert I Rose Aleund.rIummettMrs. bnck.lbeU and horn side. ivory -.tia 'horn and role, gimbleta. ,hand saws, brass button,addressing

,, }ttlfiFROM ENGLISH PAPER3. thousands there- vessel under full sail',all blownto RandellVana Comb in great variety ; hair pins, veal nob, bellows, [Pincers: drawing .knives. tope,bed .

'JI1dr.tori de la Barca has been appointed the devil-full particulars to-morrow. Dummett Mrs Frances 8 R ring, sonnet wire, piLutalooD) ,trips. emery plated '.ord, cod lilies, seine twine, turtle!"n"e.t. twine,.fide t
d DoueganJ BibbaldCharleuT silver combs, hookand eyes, suspender end,, 'boot lines'urigrral variety. eeiltwtn.&rc; : '.'
1fid lace' r Pleulpoteatiary of Spain at Washing- MARINE JOURNAL Davis Jacob R Shannon Joseph laceknitting pin* and needle, bodkin*, glasa beads, SADDLERY P"I1ARN_ 88. :.. '" ;
ton. Daniels John Shields Dr J L &c. A ,
complete assortment, Twiddle*, hridle ,
Sir Henry Halford the celebrated ,London ; m.1. w o ,ssaA'VeQrR3 3. Dele-pine J P Smith Genl P 8 CROCKERY GLASS AND CHINA "WARE.A : and wacgon bsrnei, osarungale.-eadife'bags) ,;.
fiytkka4sdead.; ; ARRIVED. ; Dongheriy Addison Stall E GStephana splendid! assortment of ever variety of..pat! lara, &c. .._ __ _-!' ..
'Tho winter has been more. severe in Russia 25th-Sch.Sophia, Cunningham Key West., Duncan Thomaa 'care of A H tern, granite and china tea and coffee set, noon'and ,BOOTS AND SHOE3.A .: .

'...hit winter ihan for many preceeding-years. .* Sch-Exit, Mallows, Key West. ... E Smith lira P 8. Tureen, china granite and edged Plate, A first rate assortment' of fubion.ablebcli I t"I entlemeti _
", The show, has reached:up to the tops of the SAILED. Evertsoa Walter D 2 Scanlou Hugh allad and .teak Diihe*.spittoons, cba berl,bll efl. !*and children' boot and; .hde,lladiesj I buskin. '
iix ia ;. 'All I communication has F.veritl Morris R 8cor..r John china granite and common Bowl, in great variety, .hpper'j gaiter of the latest style'tind'Wrperlotcreams ; -
many parts 26th-Sch.. Saunders Merriman New Smyrna.
D ,. 2
Charles St. '
Etheredf Bay Payne
tea pot, a large assortment of pitchers, quality, lentJem n. Napoleon Bootf.-a tnpenor'a
tend' land'lei' ; ,
been off frpm town to t.oWiJ'I people It ;
cu jSch. Johnson Miami River, Fla. Orville :2 Seton Gee 2ISinilh
Flirty' ; Ewing '
t" Q1 basons and ewer platters, mug and covercil Jar, tide ai o common ;lioot] Ironn*, *bbeatad f>JJJu'
perished.! AKBIVAtS-rOXT'OPVXW SMTIMA.21stSch. F Peter Sken uiar and butler Bowl.. Tumbler. ,cut pressed ai-d per, boy and ''miie'boots, shoe* awl, slippers inu ,
t n; tttecan BitaJ& FrjgaeeJIrustatiriThstieCexplendid' : Sultana -, New York, Fail William B :Sarain Robert common Tumbler and wine glasses side lamps grew varietyt'abo, a tot!' assortment of nekro'eboes'' j _

vessel l. justly the prldo of the II Sch. May Flowr-r,-, New Bedford. / Forester Hanner :.Spear Julin R A common do.. salts, lemonade and,egg 11u' .,,de- and broJan*.lt reJdaeecl p u.. '!j" ,'-
American peopHiajnd: built at. great: cost to M'', Scb. pceola, Yeaton, Norfolk. / Fulton dpi,Wm U Stoctjn Wm T ':; i _

(':lShe Drrt'United States Minister,to China, 22d-Sch. Factor. --, Boston. Ferris W G., T The above extensive stack of good will be replenished :loom time to time, direct frbuiNevr York; with the

,a a tcteodej! lo tli-iko,ibv Chinese! wilb"}be greattesperniode'otUuit "" North Carolina,* -.Boston. FonUne John 31 Teudale Henry K 2 most fashionable goods,and of the best q.ialitie and will be "M at whole sale and retail;at-'the'lowest ph.
4 nation, was destroyed by j G V Tomlen ReubenThomas I let*. .. 'G.: BUR.T& C".- _
Cue Francis LGracesqai Ruben H
:"'!lWTbtbaytatGibratler.'aonre< six months Marshal's\ 'Safe. / Mrs C Taylor CUrta 2TaylorCMK Superior Court ;, District E. F. Superior!! Court: District, el East : ,
: furraisa't
::,11 i6'rnetici'd Consul advertised Goodman Samuel M FLORIDA.' .J
Superior Court- District of E; IN CHANCERY. '. < a
tq. .ut('aiidefgines, as she on FLORIDA H. ,Turner A 3 Moses E. Levy complainant, '

,'j.J: t s ti'tf; oms, ,ot wateri ,A party was Martha: L, William,AdmJ:. or Hutchinson Jan L. TalbotMmK v* .In Chancery. .. ,

,?ea e4atereeti unds'8 day, who after eight Jeremiah lies dec.,and John Houston Geo. H.,' V Juan Bias de Entralgo, Pharle. Robiou executor ofF Martha. Reid adminutrauiz cf Robert Raymond I A I J

!situ' rtionfcK y.Q"Plb"ee,1I5>rl- Tho Wiz"Maifchali,7returnhr Lea William, her husband l, } Chancery.. Holbrook Dr Moses 'Van Hook & Vaughan M. Arredondo Maria)I."edo1do"I! erel&IJ. Ar J1 ,Reid'deceaaed.complainant. ';

M from London to V*. Henderson J Pinknay fi Van Paten Dr. C U redoodo.Dorotea8aavadraDomingoLa Sajta. .FranCisco Tt.Ozias .-

tl g eqbetard all fhb aPPardtus ne. Daniel 8. Gardiner, Adnr., Honey John 8 Villalonga Catabna La Saga, Rosa M. Martenez,Juana F. Marts'; T. Bnddington< ', Waterman; Z.' BnddingtonGreen ; .. #

": Bliipg; sesseWvbouglit lb& hull for, Joel Dickinson and JoltlI. | Pe fJ Houston Henry Van Patten Amelia 6 nez. Praxide C.'Arredondo, Fernando Arredondoj 1). Holland William! S.:Mitchell, Samuel S. V ',

cthil ..ijJ waits 1bf'fi e>weather I 1 poon, deceased. Harris William 8 W Pedro M. Arredondo, Joseph M. Arredondo, Mari Mill surviving partner of Mill and: "Beach VVil-' e'r'
I ,, ', QW" on anticipated to'a Decree in the above entitled Hatch Chauncey L. William Craellel anna Arredondo, Inez Arredondo. Fernando Arre Ham Robcrtsou, games B. Langane, W.- U.'Wil-' '
it is
4 _' L..14i.lt: \ a. : le PURSUANT for*ale alpablie auction in front Horton Wright Washington Henry dondo, Francisco Arredondo Gabioa ArreJondo son, I. B,:Bull and, Co;VVHliam Geiger: Venancio
f } )-make' A profita numlwtak.ng.as c: of the Cuart House in Augustine on Monday the Howard &Iezia. Weak Joho 2 \Maria Arredondo,Manuella Arredondo,AntoniaAr Sanchez, Peter B. 'Boo tan. .PeterB.. :Dama*. ,
all"herboUers. are of, 4th! of March next the following property; 'to wit-. Herbert Gilbert 8. Whi pie JlmealE 3 ManuelJosephArredoiidoCataIinaArred6ndoLoaisArNdondo George Coolie,John M. Fontane. Rafael D.Fonts: ..

1. I >pert worth ,from 'XIO.OOO ,to 13,000 r* AU that certain lot or-parcel of ground in the Hendrick Wiliamvora.n! Warren Isabel Arredondo Maria Arredondo net Philip_FO tane. William FonUne, Frances Delefpine. -: '_ .

":; ,- tetal.and the.faciliti* of operation archer city of 8t, Augustine bounded North by tho Public Hathaway Geo W While James H lfan el 11. ArredondorTereM M,Fatio Louisa Fa Matthew .otaaa,.nd ')laf1:,C.Solaoiu' -if.".
i*,from; decks bean j gall' .destroyed. Squats, on the south by a lane between the said lot Hill William H. Wakonchauneey tio Cecelia Arredondo, Frederica Arredendo and 'wife,Jamffn Pellrcjer and Dora tea fii.'wife' heir or .
*;. :., t* and tho W the East 'Charlotte Houston George Wallen EliaaWashington .' f. Fontane deceased Robert R.
; /* j t *- -Mt r it i i" a tJ ***eNew Hospital ; bj direct, Fora'indo Arredojjcla.jlefeiidaiil* __ Mary Berry and!o-; .
i 'e. > .. I' York, Commercial Advertiser of and on the West. by Ho.pitaIStreet.* Houston-Mr George Col AbIENDEDO1LLlNCHANCERY, .. sephDowlmg firmI'M Berry'ahtlDowliojr'
afternoon contains the l letter ot WILe JOHN BEARD J Whitney Benjamin F. Jos. Finegan and Rebecca F.nem Administratrix,
J t: ( ', 'informfCa 'U. S. Marshal, D It. of Eat Florida. Jenkins James H Whiten JOJelhV IT HAVING been made to appear by affidavit that of William! Travel'der'd, Charles Byrne, Francis
_ ,", S,ZVtriEs'.oneof' its'edttor4! the January 16. J8<<.. Jenkins Lewis' Woater F S. bill has been duty f filed.iu ibis cause and that"a 'Gne.James B. Stone 'Bnrronhs; E.Carr and John r
'N't. Sbc chiefs and warriors vf Jones'Alfred H Woodruff Joseph subpoena hat been duly issued and it being; al-ojmade -
.. CT The sale of the above property is postponed Peck compnsingthe firm of B. E. Carr & 'Co.
Irib for Indians that be gladly accepts first Monday in PETER C. ZYLSTRA, Pusimuter.Mirth to appear that Joan BUs deEntral:o, !Maria M. Ar and Francis. L. Dancv.;defendant*.
untij the May next. .
I last M. Arredondo Dnretea Saavadra .
1 Jte. -or-conferred; ; upon himi in ;.January! ::1' 31st redondo,Teresa ; _
.y ipnngliunas a' chief of the .t3epecaaa... Court' At. Johns 1844.For Sale. Domino La Saga Francisco La Snga, Rosa' M. Martinez READING and filing the affidavit William j,
______J__ .. lit 'County. Juana F. Martinez. ''Praxidea C.. Arredondo. ON -
Iu.L .
u : County.NOTICE Several tract.:of the most fertile lands in Pedro Bl Arredmdo, Fernando Arredondo., Joseph A. Forward Esq.,solicitor for complainant and* : ,
4 VV V
and the return of the Marshal the
011 reading
_ .1Ij ej.B b sVpf-jPb'l<(delpbia l have raised the IS HEERB GIVEN. that all Ezocti East Florida,are offered for sale by tbe subscri. M.Arredondo, Mariana Arredondo, Inez Arredondo; issued filing hem, and it that on a bill ; "
f9j i 1i4 at tL perbct t. ,,' \ :. Jj| tor*, Administrators, Guardians' and Trusteesare ber.,They are eligibly situated and will be Fercando Arredo ndo, Francisco Arredondo, Gabmasubpoena ha* been daly filed herein on the part of the said com. i
required to exhibit their accounts and vouchers. at sold a bargain. For terms arid particulars enquire Arredondo, Maria'Anedondo Manuella Arredon, o. plainant andaubpoena: duly ,tuned thereon and It
K! 'uo ooraway1 i Goprier'mentibhs, death\ ,on' the Jane Term of;this,Conrt.' All defaulters will,be of JOHN UEDRICK. Antonio Arredondo. Joseph Arredondo Catalina: appearing by aid affidavit that iwo of the mid defect*t 11

pie! fob January bist.RevR:0. Dwight Missionary dealt, with according, to, .Il1w Several valuable houses'and lots in this city Arredondo, Louis ArredondoIsabel Arredondo Cat dan t* to wit.Philip Font an a and France Deietpiiw; !

laboring ta India under. tbedirection. of E; 0. GOULD,Cow. for sale low, enquire JOHN J. HEDRICKJan. alma Arredondo, Maria Arred' nd .'Manuel M._Arre reside but of thisDistrict, and at Key West in the j; =t
Judge County Teresa M.Fate Louisa Fatio Ceeeilia Arre.
dondo southern District of Florida and that Robert
tgtCtMAQ.boOtd VV ,15 Berry!
: St. Jrahoa.Coaote.
V Fro de Arredondo and Fernondo '
dondo rica Arrldoa.and Joseph Dowling two other of laid defendants ,

ere gve '_ __ o' Cd rbin Boston, during t ef1'l March 15ih 1044. .. .' .. Notice. do,some of the said defendant reside out of this reside in the Middle DUtriet of Florid:. itiitttSera. ,
r weeks notice requisite before>> any aocoaallcaa aud ,in the Island of Cuba '
of Eight District, ordered that netkcebv publication, '
bales in
5ending Q'D the 13ti lostanl 031 upon begivea
( be'passed. Sir months notice necessary before HEREBY GIVEN, That at the next term of ; ; .
opp4etic i 4ds.: 'qt ttit e'QOQ bal .wrre shIp. discharged 18 Coanty Court, the subscriber u laniYin;; 'raringd _

.tAAtrrca25&Qthe :lftt4sl ndteel8la, ; \! the admiolttrator of the Estate of THOMAS FITCH. Newpapenptinted within this Duliict requiiing bill of complaint within two 'month.er that said biD __

'est |tithe's and8U; G."ltar.. Notice. .ded.will present his accounts to the Judge 'of the said defendant to appear aud answer eompUinanubill will be taken pro c r"l.ptmt them;and it i is. further __
LL pertons are hereby wniioned against paying Court, for adjustment; and Notice is hereby forth of complaint within aiz months, otherwise* hId ordered that notice' be published 'once in each .' _
.; DcL1ag Chairs. .4, any money,'due or '10 become due", for lumber er riven/that SIX'MUNTHS after date I will apply bill will be taken pro coofesso acimst them. week for two month' ,' "*. __

'SEAT::and-Ctrie" Batk, aid Common bought at the STEAM SAW MILL North City to for a final dismissal as said Administrator; of Order entered and certified, this Uthday.of March Order entered and certified. this 16th day of.Hatch __

CANE ,.CoairiiilM' cmnmon ct..ift., just re- any person whosoever. which all person interested will please to take no- 1841 1B41. { ;
eived and for *ale by GEO. BURT'& Co. J. R. EVERTSON; ..r.*. THOMAS BUTLER Sarv'e Adm'r. GEORGE R FAIRBANKS.. Clerk. GEORGE, FAIRBANKS Clerk. < '1">S .

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I -.o-l aw1'V81i I e r Qfcrlor'Coilrl ri tot EasFLORIDA. Ir.t4 ., "Resolutions: ) S -- "j S ..- -,,. ?" .- Notice.> : '" .. < '. .:;''Britannia; '-5 ,'fltd: 'War ,

.,'. I ( Council- ,-of St ;Angusiirie.. regulating'Footways .. 'HEREBY GIVEN. That ; 'TW.O MONTHS af : 5- 1VarcJASTORS. ; \ .
have Ofthe City
: SUBSCRIBERS( formed, a / .
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a of the'Public. J.te r dale.the subscriber as thy Lstaei"dfANN dleatickjJh!
\ mid Square
I -. JL nership in the profession of L i-e in the several Superior Courts of the : ,.)llU't! xM., Reid odmmut/atsix cf Robert Raymond inlaid City,known III Monument Square.. ; Gt.IGERd'eceuede\wllI.preJent ha a& alJl TriJl"J1 -
I I /f deceased. and:'Alderraeu, of aid .,coOut'tohe. Judge of.the County Court,for adjust- Tea, Fats German silverShoveU.T6ngs $P00ns1 q.5
wit St r $ 4 complainant Be ii resolved! by the Mayor f
Putrid of Florida ta jln ftheTcountifsj'of ; ) ,4 t .
_ i 'further' 'that tfIX f
John' Musqnito, Dotal), NdtachuefliI'sbo' : ., 1' .' 4 ( 'tlt city that it shall be lawful,and it U hereby.permitteid, : ment', ao'd, (nice'is hereby given KDlyel''aod'Yorb
C- ongh,.and Cohmbia, and in the COUnTY Couais Oziaa T. Budditigtnn, Waternrn.Z.BuJdington for the bwnei's" 's'or:occupiers of!the! 'lots_facing the northern MONTHS after t1wiH' "PP'j' far final dismissal 1 ; es of 62rpieee Sad boa j'afaoby thesetUHoe S 55

I of.t5t4i1oh.'It-AlacbuAj ..tod Columbia. ..LcileniorbiNUoeas ., Green S. Holland, William S.: Mitchell, Hamuel l l8, side.ofsaid qaareV.tbxosifce a .public, ftotwny. 44 said administrator ; "of which*all persons interested. *. Composi&ioJ.TeaK w

0 < abould be directed to Wm'A. Forward fit.Aegnstine. '.' Mill surviving partner of MilU 'and fle cbWil-' to, begin at tlie north, w/jst/ > .ner'f saidrqnare' audGeorgisreet will please S to take, notice.JOUN.LOTX.- Admin'r.. Small Slate Pencil cude,!,. Nail Hal Der ]Coffee M t '
f" ."or Louts Aldrich, Newnanvilte, fir Ham RobcrUoa Jnmes B. Langane, W: D.: Wil I : running thence south niueteen fuel, : PHILLIPS I leff Gnn CommoiaMabejColOj f" 1.S,
'' i I Forward and Aldrich, aieither place. BiIIn'con t ion, I'B. Bull aud Co,William Geiger. VenancioSahcliez. thence eaVtwa'rdly arid parallel t with the Church;property S '. : '. For'Rent.THE'HOU'SE : German, Locks.FlintJ.G'tmal1Box' MiUi4Io\ ?t.| 4'SI

1 .t' 'r fidod la either will receive.the atteutionof. both.. Peter ,B. '.Bo t.ii. 'Peter B. l>omas| to.CharJotl street.. ., -. il j. ; and 10 or 12/acres/ of'ground' be- Hardward togetb.rwb and ,a puQJ
___ : 4 Deceinbei.1M1S4'2.} ,1. r. George Coolie;John M. Funtnrie; Rafel D. FohtanV Also, tlitaaIb,1at'q1( and i iI.| is.hereby perr ; : Subscriber, shunted on Ana fatiii ,S Cutlery t'M ,

p ; Jj, i. !r. ;'iIIn, WILLIAM A. FORWARD '. ; Philip .ontaiie.Wdliarn( : Fontiii. .frallces Deles .! mitted for the owners.or'occupicrs.of;fhe lot*. facing Island'*t the head of tlwjlighl house creek. :For ., lOJ CARt & ,

r. I 4"" LOUIS ALUKICIf.'To'ftkl l (>iiie. '.Al4tthcw'lana, arid Mary C. Solnna his the southern side of I'ald square, to make a public termxappl to Subscriber, E. B. GOULD S Notice.ALL .
j, wife JaUlett Pdheier' and Doratea his 'wife' heirs of feet-way beginat the south west corner ,of said! S ,
to -Declti- personiEeio iBe estate .
: :( iiko i it oiay Concern*;: Mary LFontaue deceased. Robert R: B'!rry and Jo: 1'lu3re'a a Genrge street,; rnnniug.tbtmce norrh to .a II oibtl
;i I t WOTU/F'ia HEREBY GIVEN, thai I. Phillip ,.eph Do whng composing firm of Berry andDowin! point on a direct JineTrpm a row jif trees,in.front 01 I I 5- IVoticeIX ment tth are hereby caltod uponto" .) .
undersigned wlio'ls i
:, J.R.| Ypnse, $SuryivingjEiecj\ of the, will, .Jos. Fane un and Rebecca Fin'gan' Administratrix I B. A. P tmlln'" lot,'thence easlxvardly on said direct weeks arier4at .1 will'applr ,to ,the Judge: the ( dorrrec < !1J9
..IJ tlJ\-or' ;' ecPMnd' h ili. line'rtravvu'from'lue.nforesafd of trees tame.)and;those;having dernaitaid .
( and ( 'otuFrlPtr 'of William Travers dec'd Charles Byrne, Francis I row to Hcspi- 'the County Court of St. Johns.County, for Ie' notified
nod WilliahVA. Forward ; of the city'of St.Aril3 Jd lea U. and John tat street. < estate.are to present them,pi'
: ; 'G e. Stone Burroughs E. Carr SAnd ters of Administration on the estate of Jairns L. P th ntic ted. within the kT
.! irte.-irihcodntyor St.I Johns, 'and Territory i I Peck cohi posing the firm of B. E. ,Carr &- Co. it f ball be lawful for the owners or occupiers mer,'late of said county, dec ued. will be forever tune, prescribed' .
I! a oC f FJorids; mjr egent. -Attorney! and1 ''substitute i for t and iFrancis I. DdOC,.defendants. of the force aid Iota to erect posts,.or plant, trees, on S -D.ECAaa., they, barred..To. '':.#. _
.J iue<*ftdin' iiyimtntr nat oil 'nnsmesx relating READING and filing the affidwt' of William the margin.of: Haid foptways. and at such distances as Oct.W 1843 I HUAIPBREYS..At
'* tu ..Ire. ltlei1n.laid T rit6ry of'Florida, to receive ON A. Fcrward Eq.,solicitoi complainant and fly be necear1l fur the protection said footw ays. S IorSARMI. JI AfA1APOTATOES ,- ;

t- .errice fcf process,'to appear and\answer to the same. on reading and filing'tbe return of the Maishal on the Alunjthat! it shall! be' lawful, and it hereby permitted NOTICE. CABBAGES'ANDIbU. t
and in all to'adr as amply mid fully as could. ''that bill for an inhabitant to'setout abd'put said having claims demands -. ..
thins subpoena issued ktmn, and it appearing a v upon ALL persons or against Potatoes, : "r-
I 1 4 i .. s weuld'of 'a'tgbt d .'\vere ''I .personally present, !. has been daly filed herain ou the part of the said conipUinant squar/ allY such ornamental trees' or shrubbery, as he Estate of J: L. I'anierIate ot said County U O' 10 Apple*' ,. 1t. '

4 iu.i4F4rhor :'H' I T I and nubpoena 'duly issued ,thereon and it or fhe' may feel disposed to' set or putout, Provided deceased, lire requested t A present them within- the 500.' ..' Cabbaged, 'ti.S5' _
( ,All VerilbHs i indebted to the laid'estate, are liereby appearing by t aid affidavit that two of the said defen- however, that said trees or shrubbery, shall be placed time required; law, and those indebted w U please 500 Suriagtrf jI i.. ; S

forbid ndf6warde: J against i making-any ajanfnttl1 I duats tj wit.Philip Fontane and Frances Delespine. in such shape and form'as shall be. directed by one of make iinuediatcpayment to. ,'. :Afis5uppI rf

- I 4 : .. of.cthtrv. fa. transacting1' ,- _T .the. _i business i ii _,_.or i* i-i said1'__estatd. __rj reside: out of! thi) $ District. and at Key_West m.the_ the.Aldermen.- n_ .u'." 9._U tI5tflAa* ... ,. S t. +?. L 92' l-r'n. .t*.. ;B. .CARRt- .Administrator- J.. wT; "w' ".' ,S
- I ',\\1 ,.'. wUBJanyiper onttHflr-inanmyieii| or. t mY'1U1I1 southern District or* rid ,;and that Robert' perry _. raiseu m .illlnCll"DUa goi+'0'111. Jan.it,1r3s1 _SS_ _. _5_ _- S -;-S.--------- -'- S
.j' ;,; .,ent ., and.lowpb.Uowling' two others :'of said',defendant* -..JV. AtFOR'VARD'l\hy.or. S 'ipring Goods. City Ordinance:' S_.. : '
- 1 ..,. ,It'. '4'." ,'\''J' VA/1 persons hsvlrtrrferoiWs'arejre I ufreoT to nresffntthA reside in the AlidJIe DistrctofFlorida.; It is thcto- Attest; P. B. DUMAS Clerk ofjhe Council." & .
:c.. ,. ', > lnte : direct from New York desirable of the'poor infirm, insane and tf __ -
: Ntbr.'baued.j, > PH.'R! YONGE.' published iiith'u District requiring a assortment lat VIiI
t 1 cla.! : Snniviug. Executor. &'c.. .aid'some petOli.newspaper ta appear cud answer' said complainants For the protection of he Public Square known as of Spring Good, comprising 'within the.Baits of the city,and whereat teT. _
Monument Public other
\ 'JaJIe'U\Ga.! No. 184'3f. ; : lillot jnipl-iint within two months or that said bill Square3.and .Buildings beautiful variety of printed Jawnaand Aluslins for is without a fadd for their relief. J
__. public property public streets within the city Ladies Dresses k ?.
will be taken pro confess against them and it is further of Si. Augn.oliue.Re ; Sec 1. Be it ordained by toe.Mayor a4p.i- .

4. \ I44t tkrI > I; -:."fo'ticc..- .ordp'1 ell that notice published once,in each it ordained by the Mayor add Aldermen of the Calicoes* of the. latest style ; .' S of the City of Su Augustine, That 1&c" ; _
Drab d
I'' Lhneroiia 55aIIrehyCIIiIIOflPlktflhi paying week (or two mr nth.. ( ete, merino, and a fine article of black cloth I levied andcoltected annulary for the ,:
of net
4 lo-bocnnve due .for lnmb.r t this iClh of City St.Aogostme.that ifany person or persons for gentlemen coats and pants : _
; entered certified day
for the
\'t. \ allY mop r .B J. .Order shall I climb upon the trues,girdle,cut.or break, or shall. to-be expended purpoaea'afaresa* y
: : b fJ&Jf tJli! 4I.I.V 1U1I! North. CUt t.tfrl'at ) I Dot" Casjimeresandgambroons ; S log tax to wit.
< S in any manner: ,wilfully! injure the trees, or shrubs, or and ";
'ii, pirssn lt''boaoe'4tri' ,. ', R. FAIRBANKS Clerk. Striped plane linen drilling; : Every twowheel, pleasure AW'OJ
the the carriage
4 \ p1 shfjll dig up soil or injure gross now growing Tweed cloth Black and Blue satinet" tif
\ .:; : :,;._ LLiSEaT8ON. ; assortment 'Every four wheel pleasure carriajcdraw 73
: .1..ttr. .lr I' '1 COUNTY COURT OF ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. or standing or which,may be hereafiervgrowiag or S of ateststyle veitings; *W II
\j I j1ru', .. 40 horse two dollars. ,
1 in aaid Public! which '
,, : .11 t1. I TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. standing square, or any tiees :Linen cambric Hdkfs; Cravats; '* stiS'
,\ m UVDEHSIGEI. ).. 'time rormed cnart. : AY 'CHAMBERS. inay.be now gro wing"or'' standing or hereafter grow Ladies black and cold red glove; Every four wheel pleasure carriage dnwi'it
:, J i in any public street of said city he or she if a white ,ilk and Lisle horses 01 more three dollars. *
I 'i. 'j' D rILIP.nd r.Itae, Q ELX, gB K1'P Petition to amend the Inventory; and. Appraisfmentt. Also. thread gloves ; '01'
shall suffer fine if 2. Be it &e. ':
both See.
imprisonment or or ordained That .
1\\ Ia1' person for
T tDtY'MOU15 aiId1.ijU Fuist Jaconet j-
; G \! p. iijn t 4-c. mailings,shirting sheeting ; T ..
\ 'J'' a free ncgro' mulatto or slave fine .or imprisonuidct and impartial asaessiogaad 'levying said :u
t eto / 1 d'J'eflMlrjSire.Lsj Padding and cord and laxitjhg:
f 'i'ert.ba tte an ; .canvas; coat sheeting;
q Wcodrnff late of
I' 'of the wf
\ muse matter estate Joseph ; both at the discretion of the and be the of of .
whipping or May or Coarse and duty every.owner any 11Ii4'apon etriaZfc "SIt I
j i "WfSTAPLE. tnd.KAXCY, fiue. Irish Linens, Osnaburg's, .wbale
: & Augustine in said Ctutydec'd. Alddrmcn, applkation to them befog made by' ttloZ-.
i :, .1 : GOQP&; .;; : : bones, side and.back combs.cotton and silk! hosiery
I .i' ; A, (PETITION having been filed therein by'ruo2LN5 : further the nfure in said CiI .
I 2. Be it. prJained by nnibority 3laisha I to give to Maishkt axo&mJt __
: ] 'o'r ALSO A fine
Augustine. ,- article! of bqots'of the latest
I Which they invite the inhabitant* St. &c. of the Estate style.
UOUCLAS) Admipistrator; slid, that ifatiyjier/on' or peraona/ihall iri.any manner count of inch cariiagea i they shall
1 bejth hivS1tiI
). Togetbei with m ln'y'other articles! in their !line to any mK, If V-
,i to call and examine | 'Hi ELY, .', uCore did.-f tiugfoitb amongst other.things, that 'disorder ; that >
mutilate injure, or destroy, public of and demand
\ U, t.:m TA; -u *-l S. jj."RUBERT3 any. which the attention of their friends and the publicare upon being thadfur'bsaid :. _
'i ij j : ,. ::171\.t"n.C'.bl"ltmllb''. J '.. CurthIfl.! negro man named Titus his becii ,inventories pump, market house, or property within'or appertaining respactfully invited. owner thereof the said"owner shall pay tkinaftt
c r.ry\JT: .. Bud ujipr.iiscd as belouging to aid Estate which said Market House Books records "t' failure
; t_. w. <"" .> : : to any ; wo/k :;A beautiful varietyjof printed Lawns' and muslins Upon topkyiaid tl.l.for the tennof ttiiMr
: nveutory'and 1uppraisemeularenuw of file iu this tools.or of the property" after said demand shall be lawful for
; lug implements city, or any } for ladies dresses it the.City Mp.shal :.
4 ToIlWJio'LEinaiconer'u. court, and-ihat *ince the filing thereof, the said 'r tus while used the : ; after In
employed by city, any public .buil to le-y ( prder given writing to IMI 4' -
; of the .
**, : r n llyJAd; l l1 Si.ti i 'elf ilie, es; baa b 'en claimed by one )Uenjau>iu D.' Ileriot, of ding or public property or any propeity belonging ''fate't."le."r : by the M"yor) the amounf 'ef the goods aid" :

,, JL tate of Andrew Atkiusopf.Utcea( 'dw bcu by Chirjentiui, So th Ciiroliua,as Trustee. aid: on, be to any church or school within said city,or shall In any GEO.BURT.. & Co. or lands and tenements of laid owners.Sec. .. 4t r I1eu'
St March 18th ;t ;'
I give NOTICE,'thatut'iheVritings' hr Count). Courtyflie'Co5h'tV)6r8tJ ,, half 01 Julian Smith VVoodruffoud. Christiana. ood. I an.""Ir obstruct the'public streets ofsaid city he,she Augustine. 1844., S 3. Be it furtbvr ordained, &c: Thai' It..t
: ) Johns'. JY.; .. ._ Ibedatttio rutf.i >.1I11| Crirutuua' 'Ileriot.lute Christiana AVoodrnff i I I or they ifwhile.sballsutrer! or ilUpri onment. or fill HE OFFICE OF THE SURVEYOR QENEJL be the'duty of the City Marshal report tatJie

j (fi-rflbt b i ittWe ;tf'of r. Augunlno.t;: .i on.the !first,,child r.tu/uf tlus,,a'id Joseph Woodiun.. dec, aud his both. or rol'Hcd'persons, fine or imprisonment, HAL OF FDD KID A, will, obedience' to an or, .defaulters under the prG"liaioDs'O'e.1. ,

I Monday'in September next.being the2d; day nf Srpt'mbkria44ahjU I jtvifi Jane Campbell! Woodruff, (now,also*. deceased)!. whipping both at the discretiuii!! of the Mayor' and Executive order,nndfr the hand of the President of I nance. and that faiypersou-shahI! .wzfizfljs4!! .
| wake n>rillcaiiontb the iidge tiuiler n certain De'd of Trust : und that said claim IdernlfHa.. ,
A in
the United States, dated the Cth day of October. 1843.- to give aubavthedwner.account of.any.sncbcarri1e)tay sand
ot the Conu'.y'CbHit or utheri persons chnrged iciuisi greatly. to ein'jarrass.bun the said :.ThoirasDJU 3. Be it further ordained by tha authority aforesaid: and conformity with suggestion. contained iu'a ofor. .ball! 10 a the aiiiaj 'rw_

\Kitb,4Jbe;iuties :.Ordiuary.foW-niy. discharge. ''flonir. :|.I! Ml' ike Adujinistrnlion of the said estate; 11 nil hat it shell be lawful and it is hereby rnad rile spGicinl .' roiniiiuikica'jon from the commissioner, of the General ac(ount thereof,he she pr?they.shall safFer-sn".lM0] ui _

I QLaaii Ad.fiJlr lor hip..1 -t ,bttbayiifStuerefuris moved that the aid Beiijamii!O. duty of th'City hrllhal| in the d1ytilU&, and tbe '. Lai.d Office'of the lUth October following. be re- as the Mayor and Alderman. ,, may impose pravst':: '
; ; 4 ,': "Il ::11U.I' .': "U AN'MRRPHY Hutiv i *.,and all other coucerucd, do sh w ''' I
on persons Patrol at night, to arrest any offendnr this moved from Tallahassee to St. Augustiue, and on the aid fine shall not exceed the5sum of teadoUarsigthatsaid yab
4r ; . \ ,1. ,.tf ,.. ;;:1 t ei Andrew,-Atkinson; Dec;' apiiraUoiiieiii should not.be am nded..,aud the be dealt with according to this ordinance" audit .
II .J".rIo.g...I.... J."RU'h. _.,.'., ,,' .) '.;.;.;..; ...ri".i.n".h.n. .... ...,.' TStita. .. .. kn _atrii., .Lon.. tliMro.._._* ___ _,_t_ '.1_ __.__. _f.L_ .,".:: ...__.t ;_. .L :.1 I.I established,so soon a* the.archives, can be. transport- fore.. provided._ 10_ !. ,__.,,. __ __1_!S__,I. IL- ,_.'_. .. ; "
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'V"V I niemuKroi me or ;ii e iTiarsnni, naii cec De u iunneruruaiuew "c. iDii inndinance.
1 I I L : -- ..., ...: I any pairoi uity E Id to their proper destination a
r ..,1.1. ..tr '-" .,oftce'- .. t (rJIuI. "hi motion. Js granted,and it is, acc" n.ingly'' knowingly permit)any offender hereof, to go without S V. Y. CONWAY .is to take effect on the first dal.of Jsaip( rapOr
,llrHI' 'rA ; .' I' heieby beingarresiedor reported they ah 11 suffer fine im- PusedDec 41841.
; or March 3. Su General.
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BVlrIVEN dial'I iholl: to ll eyor S lt
MElR apply I iimaM -
that all concerned Es '
I PUUERED perniu pnsouuiort at ihedir.reiibii oldie Mayor and AFJer- p W. A. FOftWARD.Mvir.. : ij -
c ]jIoBor.ahte County Court of.Columbia County iateprbivingor pretending' have, any claim thereupon" men. Parsed GnnneilJonnary 221844, *" For Sale. P. B.DUMAS, Clerk. 5 _
4 af ;itt.nextsession. in April, for leave tell the slaves ;do appear before this court tu be hulden in the S \.. 'A. FORWARD, Mayor.Attest. L : S .
a ad &U' .OUI, .pr. p r1y' .belonging to the e iate. of City of; 51. Angusiine, in said County on ,the l:tMqijday'.of P.:. DUMAS-,- Clerk of the Council.' 4 pahofwell broke MULES.-- Notice
The further -
3i Wells, 'o/t*at to effect jdivirfon among, ".several : Ju'mtiicxt, commencing"1 10 (i'c!Ck. 'A. S TO owner having no use.foi,U em. they ,' .. ,
heira* "lf'* t JOII.N'.:C; PELOT.Adiur.Jan. M.of that day. and here show Crtne if any theyJiave The Plautcr's Hotel ivill be sold a bargain. Enquire of IS hereby given, That TWO MONTHS< _
March 4.. JOHN J. H RICK.
I SOth 1644. .. ui <-I4 V '< or can shew why ,the said,Inventoiy nud appraisement 5- AUal3TJNE-EAST the snbceiiuer Adininb'ttatotof'th.-E -
ST. FI. RlpA.. ANTONIO HUERTAS. decease ',will- _.
I : r should not be limerided agreeable to Vie .1 ; .
I (1" ; I Gco. JL. '
fin rt i1e,, .,. jiraytr" petitioner: and that a copy of this or- I THIS ESTADUSIl.MLNT.ihe finest' in : Phillips, his ,accounts to the Honorable Judge of tie.i
"M. :fd>'hereby IfSVrlml'allJptTMns ifrorri"trs,a ,.lur) i1 j pnbtinhcd or.cc a-week for four weeks in some i.--!S.-r: the.city, 1 &ib.IYliituated on-two_of,the'principal ., ;JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND NOTARY Court, for adjustment: ant. notice 1 U barebyj! (11I '

.. ,._. I&& iii .nir-uimiiiei1; Wi-uiiig-nrnirrrrvftrnig) Public New*pappt printed IIi this city and that one l? streets and within a few yard :of'he, PUBLIC. given, that SIX MONTHS afterdate. wihapplyfosa *... !
nf MnP.tan lih)' n b t"ro !Yr nro'\\E'l'J lI' of siai'l Newnpnpei containing said order be I I'ub'iOSqvarepd neartho-pronienadu.of! the Sea' attend to all busmets connected with"these final dismissal as said, Administrator :..! if&ki! ,",'
iipy ; .
S K 0\1\: MqcKn tQwnishiJ'!t\ite R u'cu, fined WILL He-will also all interested will pleasa totake nolict. .
; Slut In each asideverv person known to have any interest Wall havinaj>een up at great ejrvcnse is now execute all writings persons
'f'X ,( vf ( }i-e'C1\Wjthi41hIiftd: icris 6rla'11J.-1: tuorwliuhns or* pretend. to have any cbiui open for oj reception! of visitors. Pur proprietor I placed iu bis hands with, neatness and correct JOHN 11. FONTANE, Administrator.." -

L d6.6im. f beViig it:1he3-ic&rtflrg: ,U law. 'he'.id"IIII\'e.l has used ev Y&Jahl uic j jlo render his cstabluiiuientas I nes>., SS J ana 86 S : t
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.'hj'i j ..11 fcp1! ,;, BVJD.: I.' CTifen'tuircnnv hand at Chambers in the mid City free from theiioise.1 pf 8} public house as-possible', lIisIongezperience in these Offices will! be trusts '
: 1'ILOMA5. ,I'.EDW4TIIlb4ll4is4s. i of J'Augustine this fistday of M arch A.i>. 1844. and to give every a coni dationand" comfort the I secure to him a portion<>f patronage !Notice,

-q-JI,.')_I.. I-,-',4o'' .f' I-: S. It '. B.GOULI: ). country affords.. He trusts: that in consequence be CT His Court Day-The last Saturday in every HEREBY GIVEN, that the subscriber cfira* -' -

f ( : i ,.1 Judge of the Connty'Coiirt, will comiViie In receive so much of the public.patron month and his Office is on the basement' fioox of IS an interest of one third in ear.h of the folljwbj'

'PerflirnePaiicyai'iicIc&cpLEfrw"for' of St. John's County. age invalids and.strangers, as will enable .lii in:; to Mrs.: LoRI House. Lots situated in.North city, and 'diJg n""ted in ta*,
l family use"', A true copy. to snsjpia the,low price .t hach'he has el1ture .toentertain'ihein. St. Align.""tine 30th March 1844. plan thereof madebyJamos M." Gould Sdneyoras

did8 scented ,l'.ILSJUMAS.CIerkC.C. The table is constantly.' supplied! Lot.' A",and No. 3, &. 5. 1, 8,9,IU.il..12.13,114.,
t .Wn in'cf'wliUe 1p with the choisest fish and game, with which our waters Porter, Ale, Cider, Wine, &c. 15,16. 18,19. 20; 21.22.23,24,25,30,27,23.29.30.' ,

'Palnl.r'biBe'/aKno'Tid'ntid' 'efeyy'desrription of soap. Fresh,. Garden Scccld. ar&4wo4isutoundand, no*pains will be sparedto 3 Casks tits. London Porter. S This interest is derived to the subscriber devbea.--
adeWpo1E i is, rcws'atid' Fjdrida.' watergff1iltur1i HORBUILN'S,New York GARDEN SEEDS, render the stay of f those who may favor it with G do.Pta c ., -do. do. of bis Father. Dr. S. S. .Peck.. late ol'.St."John's.
:g j fluid and ant t4uet)1I'tLdcabPathpuade.Maca1ar :T patronsconnected ;e.comfortable and ple&saut., The Bar. 3 do. Qts, Scotland Ale!
just received per Sen. Marion, and now,bcinpened g Con IT, deceased, who acquired the same' by purchase -;
I. l ; oil. .HL .1,.1E4ry with the erftablUbina nt.is sap plied with 12 Baskets. Huclnor,Champagne.at ratail. f/ouj. Gen. Peter 8. Smith-and all perinnsar*.

rfurne'birgv1? handkerchief essence. '. Turnip \ Cabbage head, Lettuce, the choicnst \VlalS> and Liquor of every description.thfir B. E. CABR. & Co. cautioned against j>.tch .inl aaJioC( said Lots;',with-. -' ,
I Toilette po dfi/i;>JhayYrig:creatti'{.1 j: t I ..Ma/rowfnt Iou I Early York Cabbage The prices of.bpardare.Yerv moderate.. I S St. Augustine,2d April, 1844.. 'ou t the consent'of the iub eriber; v 5

:. .\. '..', Rose-walerVrange. __I 1 UpWth"8IIU lt 't1Ie ..t retllwa / UQ ;;" iiii; ; Oils l Kasina Almonds '&c. ,I. .' ,
.. i /Eatly Cauliflower! ,;.'. It.lib 'JcUowii.g garden seeds wee Uiis day received .1 S Feb.3d. 1844. : J
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_II1 I : ,Efi rIa nt.. 'I' '\.Cpcu"n b>.,. .. _w_ froll.th. Hhakers and will Abe MII'at. 50 half"Boxec Raising -- '" I'. ., .r
; ; Citri n Melon. Late > do. ;; .* half price bIt' M.'H. 'TUCKER 2OQr.do' do. : : ',., NOTICE, ; ./.I; .I11X '

.J1ccLQii11! {: ,#thrsIhni. j I .Nutmeg! do, .j I. Parsnip x ; Parsley White Onion. White Celory, 5 Frails! Almonds, \' S ., weeks after d..ts1e will appry.to the Honabl4!

_., 11 ECTt1K.t.(J f on'VlLrarUniversaliam, Uy lievj I ll AlsbVa. full.'i'sortmejitof! other jbee'da.iit Ret il". Onion Setej ,I Early York Cibbage.OrangeCarrot ., '. 2 Boxes Citrou, S : k Judge of LbaCountCoutotohiiubia;; Cou

: : :V" "-*>cClure l ,Fourth, Edition,enlarged. t ,a.akcb2:J. Id44. B-.E. C, R.Co: .. ,. '. Early Sugar ,Loaf ,do.Vegetible .-' .5 Baskeu Betty Sweet Oft. 5 ty.for fetters ofadministration. estate of Joseph,

n \ i _1Ib1e.ppwtin.t ij'ofi:n1 ,frwF&'sdition of, these, |ecTatUy I ." 1 \ I Round pinnate, 5 .Oyster. 5:' do< Marseilles' Oil, just' received, Keen late. of said county Dec."f'j' .:
', t1I4)Ip of hlglrsusfaction! lo'iis. ,119 wo doubt&. Hniiis, Dried BJfcef..JLard. &c. Early Cucumber,' Winter Drumhead > ; S : ''B. E.CARR.Co.. -5 '. .-.. ": : MARGARET. KEEJ: *.' '
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-11' !.. > thja/CbrUtian, public: ,;l'L'q /are .the ,000UiasulahlEew: Hams. \ Extra: Long do. Cabbage, J St. Augustine April. 1844. S t JAMES .DOUGtA3'. S".
: ptjct1uu t ,r,am!! '* rewdi.ducfinuuatiug l ; ., and i&O piece dried Ueef. \ Winter crook neck.,? : Large Tomato, Goshen flutter : 'Al1f'le.i Oet .11.(: .. -' : S .
ogicaT// gifted with a.keen prftcepUbi\;:ilm ludic Squash, \ I I Early Frame Peas S. S .. J
75 Kegs Leaf( Lard.' OAP Lard Hami; Crackers, Sugar, Coffee. 3
rou, and severejxtwcrs of salire. The author U ev- 23 bblj lelS'rorkNuytiu'Store \ Swept Potato do. large Marrowfat( Flour, &c &c. The.above in store in fins'or.der. : :: BR.GLOVERS? :. .

: : 141It.r.fP aO e piject, and, .lt PPu:> it .with from Seh.'Marion, ; Summer Bush do. 5 I Eatly. China Snap Deanl,' At retail by, B.-E. CARK. &Co. VEGETABLE; :AGVE ANJACER.TAIN >
P ffC IW--..,.'1il v..y,who cpuo'deiu.in the B E. CARR, & Flat! Dutch Turnip. Purple_do. do. S ',f Vjff.1"W
I I pY: o.f t" aqd pis own resources, w'ulruoihinginfree St 1844.Notice. 'Co\ UntlO"go do. White do do. Ui.!*. MAIl IEEEIEIIC1&ES; :
Augjutine SilAnjril | .1 :
,_ ,_ ., Savannah and Florida Packet
Scarlet IteddUh.x
.: of.a.ftd-tim.d It"l"kotrayfd"M'1r.a la Y'"em -' L-ing Uoyal Whits idu. do. : AND.SAFE CORE.FJORCBILLS..AND .
.: t"fili.U t11 v.i .b tl'It.Ui "rf'tnmt' .J'1- tcarlet Turnip do., Mink-Mellon,' \ FOR PAL'ATK.E..F.)
\ ** '",' Long .FEVER. IN.:ALL 173 jC6%PLICATED.FORMS
- \ : b.ppen"to them in case.of emergency. We firmly : ; I[ I>utch Peppergraw, .1 N u tni'ezM usa- do., r.lJ DRlEBlWNSWCK.S1MARrSJ4CJ.SOXVILLE ALSO.. N.EFFEU1UAJ.&EMEDYFOItALLTHARjEDPk

\I. ;\ ,believe that no man has evIl followed him in hi* do.hneataon. THE Coiitnissioti{ Jbene"persons:' who were j Cabling.; Head.Lettuce, .. Water' l\f lon', cSaje DLA KCREEK: cSt PICOLA-r. I : & u1N7EI: -S-
- and becom< >la untver list afterwards.tyrfqq .- Auctioneers'lat (trait late .hliUnt of Early luiperiiltiUoi'i \ S i 1l: > ; CARRT15GTHCV, .. MAILTO.TO* ABOV& PCACCSi' .[ ND : '.-

I :: IiqoT4tn. t } ., :wirt', : .ir: 4 Uw.Lef i lmjve ,C ui>ril. have. .beeu .- n.8aiacd. ta l-ailFnrriipBeat.: 1 Bell Pepper, S s ( 'I' HE owners ofthe, .Steamer sT.. M.4Tll&W.s.baye.cbaJ'tQre J.m! !! '..' M.1 .
The Ironyiiitfatallycpitingji.evejyttrpke i } draw in,; '&J\tlVpyjitre\ notified: to.come forward.and. qual-! Yell'Da- dt. 'I I Guinea Sq'oatb. i IIWhitis. .L a SteamboaUo take the'' place <) '. I. ?ot ,.- .j : ; ->% ,. '

- the life-blood.! The'lectures are remarkably wellpoutedjUuoghout f, aud ta! e Ibein np.itudsfroni; this dfte. All!! \ Of. (. do. I I Okrr.'.;' '. !n I of their Boat while undergoing lepairs, for a few <"i, cEflTJTES ;' '- -.' :
- .a, \ ; the' larigoage direct 'racy.id0iu&tcVand com.ui"\G/ii1at\ 1uc 'lI jcei.asVeil! as'otberjulBcers, Mnrch5tbl844.. -_ :. : trips only. : : jbejeby; ; cerlifyv that;!. pit* _aflliced| wilbj -S _
pointed':' o'tonf !mind in amndred*( reiuaTpin;'i iu,my h'and'al flit I',}iua wilt be ieiurneilto S -- -. -. This Boat will leave Savannah for the'abavenamed, chill*snd fever which continued (or p1e tiHe'.wtien

J could have produced just? _.uch.o work.-Portland r the Executive. I ofHre. '1 GEU. ikJIT, &:.Co. : r places every Saturday at 4 o'clock,J*. 51. being after procured a}Box-pf 1.P''GL( er'At.a.'Fi T6*/

. CkietirnMirror.; : AUCTIONEERS.R. JUST RECEIVED, pet, Schn 'Hope, theariivalof from.Charleston.! ,Ouher Mreated, bcM ifUaod eMarmedUt!:' tIy.:iird,sh.bnL
Tluaykorkw oDe pfLhe.keeqest most logics! D. FOXTASK. .CHARLES 4u ipu".Ju'E A. HAVE a, desirable anortmeittof t .11. '' return will leave Palatka every 'Tkurstiug ,morning, 'enoftdpetfect1v good heatdt since.that\mrsr'afof :'Sn

. Bathes;ippop 'U if8rsalilru.d., .,js:ued.fi. tun the DBU-H,JOHS llcuau-k, Gcoksc Co z.itv, FKABCISv" Y'" and Pi.colsta..ame.do.j 12.o'clock. AI i. .. trrv ffienAi andneijhbor' r-lia ."since b.&it.
K4e"w England press.." VVe. i d ub.\,whetUer a work ".-,:uu "A', KIIWAUD. SltDrcis ARTHEBM.SEC., ". : STAPLE: AND E.l\rj. Thw Boat will arrive in Sardnnah every T&UTtdag lai-ke'd' "I in' thesnme' manner; and.bt. Ir.ady tt

,. xyVs'.eve/.ppbllfb'iEd: "jtu.! coitotry, ttJKicli.lnis b eu a I. ). .S I E B. GOYI.D, S GOODSCON8iTING .. {.time to connect with'the;Charleston Bouts wjikh .i ; e.3Me IWiiitd; Interrinutinte'- UhTthJhapplaseffect

I- .1 .purdpao, LuC njprtification-.ailaintJqU'icjiUItt unfMnn.esiio.lUe f Jdjetutiy Court, ;; : \ leaye the ,nme e'eningv I Io all cases a enreinas :en.Cte& I d4I

I ( .UnVy'faHpijs ss these,1.ect tri.. 'Wo I '.55 IL SL.Jonns. Count. I ..- : 6 'F-'. ) Passage horn Palall"i ricowta and Black .Creek, by the are of..a sih2JrtB; j(.,of.the Asue/PillM/ 1 tte .'

r- .dt,, .'h ft J :;P, "( !J 1$4tliew, to,""l'atltem- Aprii huh 'ls.1t '. : I beautiful of *'- '. through to Charleston 915 I'or Freight Pa*' fore from a.peraonaLJu. .'or their effects. r-- 3ij
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variety PRI NTS
sevepttt) \ pppuj4'.4os I4pjj.1 : j. sage, al'pllta CapuMeNelty.oq boardor; 'Q. ; cheerfully.< them aj the.$t rem etJy.,*th- I 'is4I _
I 'UipreseRt-etktflrWUl4S! "he'1'l.r' ;. .J pub FI Sale, Ltae, or Rent, Pink aud While'Tai1ton1', US tINS: IAS; Ji;COLE. Agent, Palatka ; IA.1 J kpoiedgefotbe cure of,Agu.and.Vfiver.oJ :' ? %)
lsbe41 f Buy itptidrevd i Aud.if.ypp ,Lave M Uiu- i i.1. GETI1E OR INit1"; "t9. SUIT: Cotton M adras arid Linen Cambric II'DK'FS' ;. 1. -5 .A.COLLINS.Aent.Blaok Creek .JUr. GEORGE F, HENDRIClCSON. -'
;'GLOVES'Satiii '
r eiftst neighbor% s4i.bin.; Yoq will nd ifie; -y i A r I'LJ CA NTi. ". : Cotton hOSE UUUONS; ,: and FERNANDEZ & BISBEE, : Paiior. of the Baptist Church at Newt &g
Gum elastic SUSPENDERS, Asserted GIMPS .
is candid thai"# J>e aurpr'ed th ; .l .
a juan .WI futiy .. ,Age.nt Jjcksonvville. urbath. New Jerteyl
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and inco nsisLenciuf1iisow, docujpe.. ,-/&. :, .1)rcperly.caHed POINT. 1OPIfurdcr., Sewing SILK;.a beautiful.art'lce. .RUGS ; GEORGE HAA8.Aent Sisyan nab. .II ".1
Forsaleby: '. '' Jy l Keguit POOH, 5 Neck iTOCKS'V r.t d'CARi and LACE. : : liffdime D. R

- : ;.. J-- { ..GBURT: '& Co, .IjcomUuuf! a two .tory.QMielliollJot.Jle" 45 fed Ii4 Linen SHEETING ; BLANKETS; : .For-Sae. --- II5-7IetaAoVe;. S ferir'.. ". i&le-1'.. -S .
,I.,'Mar5LkIB14.: : 1 '.,< ,, ft ..'' lung by 1$ in depth, containing six rooms, a stone CRAPES of all d 1rabtp.folor* ; Oil SILK ; Several tracts:of the most fertile lands in S-CARR4CO 4 J; L

- .. .4 Kitchen and! other sllaaU'liuil.dillg'i'AIu'a' Barn 30 Dle 1rb'tI &? Brown SHIRTING ; \ 'East Florida, are offered for sale by the subscri.
.' ': !*' Notice..V /' f r"!:tby42: ;:a.lo!4.0rtuedr-1Juu.; .Ccw'aIlJ; Horse Brown-HOLLANDS ; Swiss MUSLIN i her. They are eligibly--situated rand will Tbe : .. ReadyMadce3o1b1n;.: I fiAt4JS
o j' .table. 4 DESIRABLE lead/ i 4Uae.C.U! !
- 'i' LiuenU14PERt CarpefBlNDlNG.K |r. apartment p
For and
a bargain. terms particulars enquire DLT1
will Drply\o'I'II"o: : There are 37 acres of lAud under A for and summerMwev consistmg'Coats 01
SIXWEEKSnerd&t61 fence.an Orange !ole J.er ,with an assortment ,of Thimbles(Nee '' Ing "spring
QI St. John's cottityifbt1 Grove'with about 3t)0) trees., dies" Hooks ,and Eyes/Writing Paper, Petfumeiry, of JOHNJ HEDRICK. ; Jaekeu,.Pant ,WestivSUkJshirt ;'LiDeI1.ad toli.
letters, of. Administration 'n n the Estate or 'LhI tide not JJieland sl 'Several valuable houses and lots in this' city received and for ialeT t '.'t "
- 4 cap, encroach Upon which ire&narkaLf itlk, pore bed rope Ploying ,cards B tidies, "and *, S > -.i ,
PHIUF SOLIIIA Jrilsteof! iwidcoanty.l f. !nh.b ll'J., .. many oiher.aticlos'wbkti in addition to our former for sale low'.,enquire. ', JOHN HEDRICK S S 'cO.BUaT44t0.March .

- ....1 : } ffl" R. U. FOlANE., fe'r ,Tcrm<,apply on the prsmiseia :. stock conttitiitt* a complete 'astortrne'nt of; all f kijjids JaiU5. lSth1844.S ,. -

;iit15ch 184 4.., ",1._ ; I- 5; I of goods required for this market and will bo sold l : S S .
.' prices to ,nit the times. \ NoticeS ; S 3S &.
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S I Notice. *
Jau,27lh 1844. HEREBY GIVEN That TWO MONTHS fS 1.1. 3.--1 : tt-
5 r. persons having clatuis maUQ. S
., \ A LL Persons having dexnndgainit' iS I .or .tI
Henry 1\
$4ND COVSEIJO1 AT IAWfi tn Jones late'of Columbia any Deceased 'tare ; date the subscriber as,Administrator of ibe ;the estate,.'of John Fob s' b. of the coonry

.:.. .a. ST.AcPTIU,.E.uf.tFLOJnD:4. tequesled to'!orciertt them_wiihin County the time' orescrited; Duaolnti ti of >Copartners1!_: p. Estate of AHTOSIO Mien, deceased will present his of St.John*.D,ceaiedzre".qoiird'lo'' ie18 l ftenito

; ,.Docerobcr. 23d..1 ,'1 by Law Ar they will! be forever baned. And all those THIS COPARTNERSHIP heretofore : existing accounts the Hon Judge of i she County Courtrfor theunaersigned j wlfhin' two yeirs rrdra this period -5
r indebted to mtid :estate will please" make' immediate finn CENTER, RODDY,& CoU adjustment; and no4ee, 'j., bereby further given. th t'I otherwise they will'\forever buredvand all pfOflf

7:, ::" Fresh'Garden Seeds. pamenIJVM.. \ .- thia day, dissolved by mutual consent.:* > -I', Sf IXWONTHS: after date I wiil apply. for a ,finaldiswissalas indebted to said estateare required to makeimaJ"1payment
- I .*' I ? .GEO.CENTFPR, said AdminLttriior; cf which all persons to S S
: RECEIVED and for ab at the Drug and MARY ANNA JONES Exrx.LantaiierCoft1mbia .
JUST. .' E. F. JOHN RODDY. 'I jn1cxe4edwih1 pleasc'to: take,notice.; VENANCUl SANCHEZ.. ;, .
store by
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"." pr. F. S. WELLER" "CU' !1th, 1IJ43. tAI S 5 A. AIAG :E. \ ANN MICKLER. Admin'r.. S A.Jmiriiltrator'wiLh the will a.nue e v ; 'r

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