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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: July 16, 1844
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;. 'I'r'trtit'/ If m i1tmwm, mg Jm1jo Heartfelt. was roy gfl ilicnlbn'at thn result of local and comparatively selfish ,interestsbutcomprehending -- '
:' I the, canvass, I need hot' tell yi>u. The circumstances all national concerns whicb'qur } -
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8. : :,. .0., & U1WIU 3)mm.0'SO A under which I came before you"must peculiar geographical position might impose upon .: :' I
have made obvious to all the degreetowhich us -
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(u1otitt.; .trI G oJ. IUJ Vanety t.iaLIi..Iment'IaYe j j.illi received direct from .IS PUBLISHED KVEBT MOSDAT, niv feeling) would, naturally involved. I was first regular session of. Iho Congress :to\vhich '. -

? ;t :*iiakIiIr: .II uU det.ama* end deiira!>Ie assortment of lit stylo spring and. summer good Dt 8.saoto' mQ (Dui LW gratified-and proud. Not for"the empty 'vanityof you'first elected! me, (at an'enrJy p ri 4-of.thu -

-titutea* -.t t.A-J.one jMtti of the'- hib/t...*. ...complete* ..,,>.r."and' w.- .-.extensive.,, i uA ,,*. .AT.FOUR. pOLLAnS', PEB AKMUM' *IN'.ADVAK E, 'success-not for the contemptible ambit iunuluccbtitlurthucvidencu1lofflted session of 1841 at d'.'43) I ihtroduced resold; .
me, that tion which was passed 't thn.Comthiuetfkai'nI -
instructing .
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.TWhJchbWbrnl ; we tip I them I. _,._r iil4t : : l'V&M ''fJJ1rI u mo-a -- "f' 5 *
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trW *" f sesh.Ueiflgj a CTf lip.:UUCbltVPU MY1 .Advtrtscmant. insarted:''t One Dollar per ><|iiareof ot'iiin .
55 jsii itt Charfe all den lowed'ybur houorsup on one 6 ency.pf occupying tbolsljini, ol:JtA1.\ tJ1t. >
> iplied *ion prke; or from the ranhlrv uttuUbave imwedit.e'Grieutioli riFTKEN I.nz.,foUho first insertionracd 75C1 .; .
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eajMUtote iL'. leading article* which c:onstanUyt>epJ on-hand, viz. or'each subsequent.. 1I8. Longer ad vertiwinent in ble. f.returned, byyour voice, to the renewal naval>endezrousvaitd'tq'por -tJnf'.mengUth :

, 4ktlow! biaiprhig, nnd,1 snnimer "goods cantei ppecfo jar*, linctiiro Iio tie*. candle shades, proportion, fciidim on will l Ius considered le than awjuare. of my service here 'for a new term. 1 came necessary' to'carry :that'-puipua4KicZ..L. _. L _

*'# :. jrFreAeh and A liter!can broad Ollllltl"1 j>regime md butler dIshes, with many other articles 'A discount* m'ado to tho.o vtho advtrti I with! the advantage and. a gteat advantage it urged action upon that committee* ;irind.'thcy-' _,. .
{Darin*end lhii ilwol cloths iu the line. by the 'ear.CIRCULAJt. undoubtedly IS, 01' two .years' experience and were favourably disposed, but the .embarass-v". .. .

I '_;l.rery,variety of colour for TIN BRITT1NIA AND \'OOIJr.NVIRE.. I of'all animation in 'your; service necessarily ments of the Treasury stared l them >in:thafaci.: -.'.
tk cp4ia; a iso' a plendid BKBortnient ol and uh ,On the 20tb' 1842 Mr Graham m dc MU4adP ,
"* 1 Tea Kettle, tin pans basin*. pails, backets foot OF MR. I.EVY. OF FLORIDA', TO ., inspired by the recent overwhelming Augus' .
\ ''rr S ; 'paJr h aod American' blue, Blark striped tub, 'sauce pans, ducting yanc, measures wash HIS COiNSTMUENTS, June I7ih lull. precedeiited'manifestation of your kindness. I report upon the resolution} stating that in Mho'!'

? '4 ri*l bed", and jilflin, ringle and double milled kettles, cug*, funnel*,'.pica boa, npittoons, migar I have labored faithfully and assiduously. 1 have present embarrassed state of thepnb1icyettsu.lY ; .
'c ; and doeskins, rtripcd at'd jiliin Gain borer, lamp" grater lant'em*. tmnl.ler drainer, FELLOW CITIZENS :-Alter a laborious sessionof made no' noisy professions' { ot what I meant to it i is not expedient to mikc'nnnpiopriatiotv:

ti aV/wbitt'indhrown. lintien'dritliiifia ;superl arlor muffin Jin;*, ..dippers I lamp feeders, &c. tritlmiiii near seven months, the Congress to which do, nor have I j-arndedany bon tJ caf.what 1 was lor the purpose.:' In my.circular to you datdd;:

Unt I J. panU,Qlo!ilkt a beautiful I variety of'veitinjit., lea poi. cotfeedo. sitlul1a, Intrp*; mugs' ehtving you IM deputed me has adjourned. Tbfajis: the dO fJg. I have quietly. and without obstrusion, August 13 1342,1 ret rrcd' to. the subject'imhrtfolluwing'laitguitge .
((re'III plain and figured: satin Alarv Sc. first session since I last in ,
boxt.'H.: tare, arid niul! wooden tubs, bucket I met you person, a- a >
the close of iu twiLt1 the subject
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ditty. And now, at <
[ feBcia of .tln.Inte.t mle and! or thn performed mv .
ii'It..bcf' painted brass candidate for then before -
[11 ? .dqdUt1IPo. I firiitf lite arrorltneut of ready inaduhvt.ioei bowl*. pails. keclera and wash iron bound do'rqs and your suffrages. came I this period of my n'icl'.1 proceeded to tell you 'of Gulf 'defences :' ..,' I: i-mi;, .
wagons hncoii to render of
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!I f.ltl hlU|p or Ilek und .French, coatiJfdeirjants rocking and connnoii. chair ; campstmIs, you account my stewardship ,'hall have done ; for it will always be my''.ambition '. Key West arid the Torlugo.s"1. ld.'beo': lit -
i-eoal *, rnlling and clothe lor the two preceding years, and to invoke
U tfl I '-; fcnd v all, ; linen .and cotton shirts* mats; white wash and Inor hrushes, common pin al d favourable judgment. I, :will not seek to your dis- to communicate: whAl is accomplished, once tx-cupied,and fortified' as 'naval station/to .
"lpckfjpolJ,JpeDder, ,'catfa, neck tie, baodVraats. extra brooms, plain! and bundle basket I in rot rather than what i is proposed to be done; and command the entr'Ulce'of'theGiJlf, andjoserve'as
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the truth that I felt anxious
'..rt. .a1 variety, brats and iron wire selves whirns, coat guise the : I solicitous deeply solicitous as to. to let my humble erv ices be apparent in their the great general l rendezvous,-.and points : '. J. 1
iCilff 'T ..2AND; FANCY GOODS. b/uol ell,'0. result was profoundly fruits lather than in promise. appui for the Beets{ operating in that' '1Jnd '.the-
Ab-1itifuI __. ,rtmeiit rperix *t colored camLroous aud did award that efforts faithful. Th2 first great result to which I invite your
prillu" to discharge
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,4Afirt rate isftoitment of Innhioiiahlit!
ofim 'hats and Determined not abandon the measure, :I'
\ ,i l" (orli drein"r.s caps, silk and plush h-its beautiful article also! pntm' ly and honorably towards you my duty, to the attention us one of the most gr1tifving.lruits of ticfsoon after the this sess.Ion.
openingof
days ':Aitplf.ftdtd ortuient of'rich dress irk* of every leaf wft'I l, 8ud: glazed' hits in great variety. Glazed best of my ability, had been such ns to, meet my humble 'labors in your In-half, has. been thecommencement gave subject '
that I would bill the
introduce
ll"rfl iitri.r of wtunr1lod; pattern ftriuon, figiard l; Corj cloth and vnosVfd caps: itlnoa few ery nice nuilita.rycaps.ut your approval. i confess, that when I found by Congress, of d system of a upon J' !
} .et Jwatertdchangeable, and plJiii at veryjlow pri-. f the fiuietstyle.Fl.tRINCJTUSCNy. myself, for the first time, pointed by your defence for the straits of Florida and Guf: of ; nud on the first cRy When resolutions warn
in order from Florida introduced the following
"CI ; '; Mexico. This has
bclshbill) 1 ., J J blflt Hack silk ninfle widths beautiful ? Stnxv.Si.k: and Palm suffrages to a post in your service so high so great object long engaged' resolution, which. viz :' '* .
Black was parsed : '
S;; Leaf Bonnet*, of the latest stjle, jut r ccind. infinitely beyond what I bad ever ventured to..I attention of t statesmen nnd patriots, and! excited : } J
wfsupeib: 'laliIY. That the Committee
article*D4. .ResolceJ, on Military
tho solicitude of nil Southern' men. As
JSiripoy a"J phin Whll and|1 rielrIight Illkal Uo BOOKS AND STATIONERY\', hope fur, I was inwardly nppre&dfd with the Affa'irs'bl1 directed to inquire into the expedien.C'ofnn .' .
il yHd ANNUALS fur i844, i.f of for its duties fur back as ccl'mber.Jt32, n resolution pa.s. I
(Ink and, white Turllon inuvlio for. Ilarli aud wedii1eis9. Poetiy FloM n, Schn.4flunk l tense my incapacity responsible I immediate occupation of'K 'Weit' '
.; Piinunrr lnuUla'-rI Le''cers.' Blank and and (but my spirit shrunk nt thought of ed Ihu House of Representative, calling upon y ''
feet .Ahlt1ilde'Llltne,4 *, Mcnnop, 1.llllrpJmhll7.IDes! Copy !'..ulul. Alpluibtfe.( I'lnin nn.i f.iacy: Note paper. the possible, and, us I hon stly feared, probable, rre>idcnt MonmuTor infoiination as i ti> the practicability and the Dry Tofiugasasmili'ary: and navuluta.". ;

,n17If 4- Cfcii,ii1J. nd'nionrniiig inni-liiii'iri; pi enl variety. Fool Cap' do; Letter do; f'riiitinjr .il; ln\elo! |' do; failure, on my part, to fulfil the requirements of of foriifyittg the island of Key West, tiotis.; and to report t y [bill or otherwise. .

fine US !'i1osEt Afull mid dej"irabtf! nssctitinoi.t t.f ladie*' Music do ; Tiwne; and LluU&I; do; aln, large and the place, or the expectations of my Irieuds. and occupying it as a naval; depot. I'd' r. Smith appeared before thecummtteeuponthetibject -:: .

! ttott' HIonroTin! Merino ilk H.s", block! 'and, small|| U'rappiii: do. Mark! nnd white f enliog Wand The principal capital which I carried into Thompson, the then Secretary of the Navy, in and hud.the. satisfaction IO'S-KJ, not Jong" !
your .
.klt i/blne'aiiqiiU.HiH III"! ," coloured, chi \WaferK inill". Steel Pens, Slates.! Lead and service, was a sincere gratitude nnd duvotiun to hm repoit upon the ubj\-c ;, "eenis, at that early' ulllr, nn able report fromthe enjightenedcbafi'1man -

ibt. .odn"D'.white Cotton 110..e. Mn Imlfhoce Si'kcuttonapj ; Slate Peticilx.. Pt,3' hug Card*.*-iiihroidered nnd ph'mViMlingdo. 1 had been long and ardently inspired I day, to ha ye been impressed with the 11111'1 t.aliCe of that conuvittee: who'warmly interested,
hike Imids for you.
[ LatuU' Woui, a v ri! of style undJw PHpcrcntlerii, pocket and : ,
great ty
in of of hm elf in LI bill
dock, Black and blue ink with othcr.unicies coiuilu- with an affection,'deep, and abiding, and filial, a military point view foriilying ) measure, accompaniud by'a .
-c. ".1 this in the Florida, straits. lie remarks, in duuvti in the terms submitted by mo to)hisconsiderationandwhich -
L9Yr.S'! ; A comjileta 3.l'orlU1 ofla'iu'a. Gen- ting. a conipicte sonijient. towards a portion of the people of East Florida, pass up :
uatyI. ,;gweq'saiid cliildn-uV, (;ilu\'I< ; aborted roloufed, JEWELRY. in whose midst 1 hud grown from heedless! boy* hi* report, an enemy, with a superior naval provided for immediate

.t.di; plain,"pen. o..ked and c mhrCl, .1ilireJ silk, Li..ltt, A 5>i'leiJiil ai-orliu-nt of J 'elay. warratitod of hood to maturity. I had been led In feel, by force, occupying this position, could completely commencement of the fortifications.. Finding ',
1fIiiacl t.rlelt on.l.BTliti A Uti. Mack, and whitu Sik ,the l h esi quality! roii'i. inp of dtamoiul. ci'nei ant I the truly cordial cherUbment and kindness intercept the whole tade tJI:lw;en lln e parts towufils the close of tho session, that tho

I wits *bf,tbe non duriible' quality. '" plain linger Kiii-i*, poci\ \ ..in liMTfl-t, l.iitie anI which was universally }practised towards me iu ot our country lying north and en. t of it, and bill wuu.d not probably! be reached! thecalen ..

:. 'IWt.e"ulIrt llUltlnrtmeutfil Oai.ncl nnd Cap riSong. ;r.lltlemu'lI hrea.t and hdkf. p'.ii' 1ot1tc1! | IiA"IIt'k-l that early borne of my titan, an aUinily which | those tn the >et>iandseal: up all our ports wj'h- Jar, and it being otii t..S! order in 'the! 'House ta -

,,'.. Rod silk BruiJ. of every variety and color. rt$., Filver thimble, jold and silver pcficihTin grfatvariety inadu kitnlied of thtrin all, nnd a, sympathy in Iho Gulf: lit Mexico."' It i is not to be wiuidercd I move as an amendment uany .oher; bill a subject :

141CL.r UI., ',. ,:4L .' tSUA W LS. .-. -v I I which made devotion to their j-crvice theimas. at. that ev"-u at .o early,a pTicxl,jie! military I for w Inch a'sqpnrute' bill was peuding;
t .e-t..IQ..C R.iJ merino, Eiinbnronaullho. Jet CO\a'TIC'NlmY. I let feeling of public being. Alnchu.i the value of this position should have been I I an n ppro rintion t a Will k nut ummen.c- I
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.4 f' nll..r..ut..nf.'ilht..rt T ed.C..tit"l1'n Alochuapf 1621..18'18ond 1829-4lie...cenM>f .IkcI Ccvi4.. A,: '.DCe. atlhc,tuop i5uQicientntoner j ed.as'an.amendment, to any of the geoeral;, uppropriaMpn 'J
: \fnJ.1'QflJ1lI1J'n"'dI'l'Jtr.111t- the L.L-I! tiled ,ttlcte of ri e' boa.".tunlanJy tr-arktr tiae ld. KJih 'A. IVills .
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.SP4IJtwpftIM I bnudtf awl colbrx,liu..u camLric hdkfj. ti rn)' hnppyyouth, ever sac ml to my-IieSH "nhTiiifiiuiry ; moat' fd4nniy w I 'parricAajebpy'ptxtto'feilllb ," .J.It: !
i : : c "o el'ign. for coughs and rohUl: '
lorkb .5 &Vice astoiCmcnt. .' remedy I ; whose people of that day I meet yt cIj.\'icliclli of its importance. Commodore Pore the setiae, rind throughl6insLurnentatItot- ]
"*. ; LACKS."A ; .'(: ARTICLES ANl J PKHFUAIEJlY.: but tct son i>r brother, nnd a Teidciice upon i. ler, in 16:<4, nod repratedly ulll'funltuok, some Valued I friends; there, :procuredMis'.ndop-! : : '
of 'I. oil:l Gla..u., fancy boxes, needle, card, niidwgiil to call the attention of the Govern ion as'an amendment to the Iopprop'rla"I,
.il'.at variety, Imeii cotton and tlin-aj bin; l.liel and uhose soil consecrates in 10) flections$ nil who great &paiiu Ulvl.
It. J .!tlaJ Biid. titt.nof the most recVnt niylf. IHack1Ig.ds1tr be-tr-tiful.f'df1f' articli i.f hair ceutk-ti-en'ij l llr'.plIe dro, vh.-uiii>ing; caseu do.; : since have made i:, or ever yet may make it, taco; to the importance of the position ot Key ion llill!, in which shape it Clime to the''Jlo\JS,

I'i'b. I"e. Hiil.t'p l 1*" ii. a,i.* tn
".a..cu tA..jnroiieif iner."lbric'll"ill miiped nnc hat full)! of valuta and coilcolM '
; mioitiiieut black to it. The ct wa.s incidentally l re. appropriated to commence'sl syscm: of fo'rtificalotis .
im'in aad cup*, tin trumpet, ilk, lit et.l b-igs. gill by a sentiment too strong to be ever : subj .
J41t tipaaorti'4 jI arsueUf. green bnize. artificialCAII wn'ch*, glass htands'' willi HOWCIA china \a"i-i a_ overcome, apd ton ardent and sincere to be c-v. marked upon by the late Mr. S-.iitlinrd iu 18:4, upon our coast, which; from their uational.mportaice ( .

I talr. 'r.ld' crt'lt'uiety.wl'aiebonfc.: bntionN for4nptrtenibric. IHJiPlI, beintiful iirl'ule, ,,.lIillg} tuttl.s. Hoz cullarn.niHiblej er 'e hau lt-d. At a somewhat later period, in n cotiiinunicatioi to jhc chairman of Ibe will 'well repay the three, 'or/fiyo.
,In *, jet *, I'omihot-ii! MniiF lmxi, nail anti tooth Naval AiFiirs in the Senate million of dollars wilLcos the'
as ciuinn.-u do, a roinplf! u8sortilitTt,4eirieaid ; when ciicumMnncc'8 had thrown me into n luth.er Committee on nccompankd they Upon& suecoslul -
.14. fine linen*,limry negro cloth, cilccia, bru.hc*, gcrmun papnr. otto of rose, kophntia, i'esr locality. in Florida, and when Providence so by.a report of loUltu.lioro Rodgers.In : Hchievment ot'tliis rn't'a."iure. uHer "an -

,31''. M.r.( iI1hiIlJl'; cnuvnsHnd pudding:*, ilk unit tahfiH oil, military and' uuval Miavlng! *pap.; pot'nnd mi let willed it that I.I was doomed to find myself as- 1829ComniOlure Stewart culled the alien- igitutioii! : the subVcl; for ,iwenlyj'eai.vith.: = -
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tat h i'jtr*.s1ih le.M:1ck' and blue, hover nnd pi. soap diMiirilice Cologne, lint honey, curling fluid, handkerchief*>air, i: sailed, at the very threshold of manhood, by I lion of the Government Iu the subject in n pointed out ddimii'eachioim, I fccll may ueunllowed to
powder
1m' ,I :J"cloth*; brown und black IIfIIAncl"vur..I..d n' dlIf perlipiie. perlouK do Tuic, oliophdii oxiniiiik. nrnialic -.- .I' misfortune and perplexities such as few have to manner.' 'Upon the accession of General' offer my cotigratulutions! to 01) 'fettow.citizensof

pnrIf..- '' I Htf*,oilelolli.CHrpetin I ,(;-4 and 4 4 tunning & si l., xlracJ nlijn; oil,4Cliintse! rouge with 4 encounter: also early an uge it was my lot io I.Jacksi n to the Presidency, Governor ranch, Florida. It may bo rethiirked, i 'cCioclui on.'. '

ib.abli. 8i bt. and. dowtHS.v muiiy other.aiticle* in hue line. hind in I the sympathies und the kindness of the then Secretary of the Navy (now a valued that li! is i is the only appropriation.fort any new
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\ DRUGS AND IIEIHCINES.ftioeiiMorlinfiiliHit IIAIJ:2IWARE: AND CORDAGK.: I community I hud'joined, a tower of strength to citizen of our own Territory) impressed with' work fcrlillcatiou which ,bus pa& ".this i

JA' ? lip in the best uiai.ner, and Tuble and lVck(:Ktiiv.:'- in gientaiictv and miperiot my oppressed antI yielding spirit. When 1 the duty:of the Government to proceed at once, ession,all hough several hcrf'.wer.e anxiously

1Wt51tS4I" inl' the b..t quality.TttlMINRH. qinlity. HIIZ"fB|{ .Vhcar-i, Scissors I llutclx, 1 thought myself alone in a cold world, .'they i and seriously, in this work, made a formal of- urged ; and (but the !law is so' worded ai'tocnu.ble ..

r: rAttol1S' ANt) AIILITAKY. tnJ Shoe Iiivesu.tee1ntuderktivi' l ten and table !! pressed around me with an earnest frihndship; : fit iul communication to Congretu upon the subject Proridont- extend.. .the works. 'foall.;, .Ib. .''.

'J.AR.1'ICLI'I"? : "ft! DU>, !ir.iK" r.n.l inn fire d.ig.i. allv.l l an 8t.iur silln or.u colon, twi.t spool cotton. ocna- g'I'.rltl l assortment of hore cloih.4' and hoe bnii>lie I ; and) other islands which made in 18l which #
'' the world was not cold -not cold, while I man i ; was by The next great object t ,connects itsel ,
U.- ... toaa."rlandU.la French thread. .il and k. "'or"ted.nnd.silk curd coloredAMa4wggu1d3sd cotton But':* awl Screws, Cut Tack, Brads, Brass existed, and the human affections dwelt in his Lieut. Talnsll of the N1V}. From that time with the system .of.Gulf( defences, .regard I -
cotton, ,
piiltou Nuilll'.t iles and { of kind
allt Tool,
Iliups Edged
phS I siher army lnce-tfityt'r'ntbrnider UOllr"l'ilUinJ Door and Cupboard t Lock, Pad bosom. When, at a moment, the cup of youthful the subject has been the fruitful:' theme of orators he progress of the works at the P nin u1a'Na"y

Iut'i" iword .knutu, ik! 't,,iihe l ., 'patent leulhiMrt Trunk.Till! Locks: a full assortment. riles, shovel: hope was dashed from my lip, they pr scllt.I I in Congress, and of writers in public journaN. Yard. For many yeurs.there.has been ato.al .
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8tttSVILh pUtci, (itibroiderecl' utain, gold and spud**. hicks and hinse Chapnuu's Razor ,'d another one brimful with ihu nectar ot ym- in 1830: and aftcrwardsagain in 1310, the i stagnation of, all improvement.at.that;

..{&frcuat butIO... t.1iitulder a"all; ; lrouipO8in n full tUrnp*..Chu'iu. Sad. Iron, Coffee Mill, Urge and ', pal by, and radiant with the li,htof their' own board of engineeis convened lor the.pur pose of After tiirtifyiiig the harbor effectually;,and :.er _
A' ..irriinfOl of iriumifisfor military Iud citizcuaGJU ipull size*. Iron and SJluel Squares. Iron cumpoM- bright spirit. I was forsaken and they gather reporting a general phwof fortifications lor the t acting i dwellingsund nil other .convenience* for

:, t .!! \r..! l". iou and bran candtattirks.! powder flask, bridle ed to my support. I was prostrate and deapon- ,' coast of the United States, made reference, in. the comfortable accommodation of officers Bud -

,,1it1TTqNs.. ,cut velvet nnJ "common cover.IIdDutt0n. bitts and siirrnjis. jnrk. Mnoothing> Brad floor pline, dent, they raised end inspired me. By their strong language to the importance works, ul others attached to the. station, a total :rclap '

\ in great variety for CoatM, yeti ndsnhess1iwljq and groove iron, prrctM.ipii. caps, made in Paris, active 'friendship I was put forward in the path these Points ; and, since that time frequent very seems to have occurred!, and no progress was.at- -

n 'fenil' cotton ttpen) brudes, eyelets, N firs into ali idle sporting powdir, try squares of progress ; by their fostering and paternal able essays and memorials have appeared tempted :So be made iu the ,lntproY ment8. required -- -- -
f tiitiilbUI. bntk: ; atielhud horn. aide ivory and horn and riileo. gimblets. Innd: saws, bruit buttons. and ;
cure I was warmed into animation, and nerved upon the subject. ,But, notwithstanding nil these to fit the yard for bjiilding\ nod repairingvessels. -
*!,. ", C anba in greet v f1U') ; ItairirbE& lilll1'eEt nllh- bellows, Pincers drawing knive. ripe, bed ,
LI) I to ,energy and action. In the very exuberance demonstration, no definite action was ever attempted At the lust Congress new impulse was
lilies reine twine
cord end turtle' flab
aefivet wile, pantaloon *lr"p emery, plated net twine i
ltib.,eaudt,.okinud eye*, uponder "end*. boot I, lines iu grral vari.1y, sal twine. Ac.SADDLKKY of generosity, they promoted me beyond my in Congress; and all effo ts began and giv'n to the work, by appropriation of 8100- -
LILth ," |4iiiiUu) pina and needle, bodkius; glasit beads,''I. : AND IIAINF.: S. deserts, or tnv'ability\ of recompense. Pardon j terminated in .mere assertion or _acknowledgment 000 C>r the V'oiisiruction of-adock. It was restricted

.!? A complete a."ortniMit n r Old,11,*, bridles, ctrL I this tribute to eurly reminiscences. It was by of Ib'i ,lJeces.lit) of doing something at to aJloa1ing(1ock ; beingtho only shape

nfiOCKEUY 01.- Ah 8 AND CIII WAKE ftl,1 l wncgou harness, 'nlll tlh, le., saddle bag, collars ,: such experience that I became animated with u sometime. Thai time however, it appeared, in .whitlf'vhe appropriation: could at thai time begotten I

,,ijtlvildid 'aiKortment nfeveiy vuriuty .>Ifpat &c. sincere devotion and active affection toward n was never to come. The cot seme4jsLalartsrsome through. Having In come_convinced (bat

; : .tIX'UtIttute and china ten nnd rifle peN, mnip nnd BOOTS AND SHOE. particular portion of the country and people ofFlorida rind others jftenL-engaged'wlihprojects a floating duck world not answer any valuable

1 ;,'f\o tt"ttMi7ujeen., china gral"le *':'' edg-cl Plate, A first rate aortiuetit! of hioiiable ladies, eentleinena ; and when I found myself at *o,early-|more itnmediatelylnteresting to themselves and purpose,! look ground ogaiilst.its being'preceded .

heyhas : if liid and iteakDi' f,tadie* bn kin.. a period of my life, taken up by the whole j constituency. The board of engineers estimated with the more especially'when. I found that: it -

J I. .>), | ; ahdcoinmnn- Uowlit.' in great variety, .Mipper, gaiter nf the latest style and .upcr til I people& ot Florida, to be the recipient of} their : the cost at three millions and placed the was proposed to construct It in New York .,and
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*ms. tea pots, large aMorlmni.t, of pitchers, quality,'getitlcmen' Napoleon Bootn inperior article bounty and advanced, through their :)>pontaneou ; \\01 kit in the class of those to Ix corr.mer.ced carry it round to Pcnsacola harbor. ,My scheme
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and l Jars iii! hoot. .hoc and "
and ewert; plftiterf, mug Ci vtre< q common limgana, Clipper ,
favor, to a position fur which there last, and after 'all the other projected \works was 'to have ihu appropriation transferred ,
.ud-b.IerLkwls.'I'.nubIer.ctiI,' prt Ftd at dew *, hoy and mill* boot, shoes and l"pj>er* in, '. ,
so omong us of fitness nud (most of' which were north of the Cheicpeake) the commencement of a pc-rmaneal.excavated .
were greater
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a'.t. o. *ndrwin f 1H! ,,' d.e lamps, gr aT variety; al on: full ortineot of negro shoes _
.:>n do.tlsalitV: : kwjonade. and f-fg cUs et. dejabova and brogan;at reduced prices* I superior claims, I could not but find the :nffL"C. were'completed., According tube system .of stone dock. :To this it,.was obiect{d, that wJh .._. -
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'". : lion, which hud early and long animated me progress,upon the plan of that board,as curried the duubls e.lt.StlngMto: ) the suiidblcnesVpF/iEo *

: '. fcitenilvn clock of5qoit.ls) will 'be replenliiWhionahU shed fiom time to lim-', direct rro.ri New York, with tho towards the portions of the country// above re. out by Ihi1 legislation since that time these bottom nt Pcnsacola for so ponderous stroc-.

: .,4.p ,. guodt, and bOliebcstqunliiiea. awl will b> ul S at- whvlo alt and retail At the lnwel i ni. ferred to, expanding to the embrace of nil 1 tlu' works would! probably have been begun in their ture il would beiuuwise! to embark'in,a ;work -

_( T ( nUR'I :,. "".,. Territory, and all its people.This feeling of order somewhere' about the year 1900. Relieving which would cosl from half to one million, of

,i,1jt I affectionate. gratitude wax, all.the capi'nl 1 which! that one priucip.il cause of the omission c.f dollars. Rventunlly, the matter was, compromised r r1 ,

I curried into your service when'you fust eh-ct. Congress: to art eraf'.rgt't l'ully and efficiently up. by the appropriation of five thousand dollars ,!
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.rf. .j'coulity': Court &i. "'Johns Notice. ed me to fill the place of Delegate from Florida.. (In the subject, was; th it from iu locality, it had for examining the bottom in the harbor ,of -

(',on nt y. ioI" of these persons wh wereAmictitnuecra 1 I felt my mental iucompd tency, amid trembled at not been the immediate duty of the represenlation Pensucota.( and inquiring into the practicability j _

1VOTICE18I1EEnBY't. lVtN: that all Fi".LtNri THE "' '( it the 'late teflon ofllio the trial ; I felt how sincerely I was devoted to ,of any Safe: :to bring forward tin measure; i of contracting a stone dock and the..relati\-e

-. AdHiinistrator, (jiinnMut und Trustees Legislative Counril. have b..en tMiiMiiittt-d 'ul I the people of Florida, to whom 1 owed so ve. nail|i feeling thai it 'wuolJ bl, the pleasure, as advantages ihe.difTeresst. plan of dock. And -

1I.rPqQIred: to exhibit their account and \' utbbaTttin tic, ; aii'l Ili-iV'arn noiitied to coin> ..\' 'lrd nti<) qoalift ry much and my spirit was n.rvcd for the effort :|I. well as the interest! nt the .people i.f Florida by the appropriation of sixty thousand dollars -
.I vf.this Court. All defaulters will be aid tae! i hteiui up, in ten d js from lhi. lhtp.: All f to serve and satisfy them. Imrm diately af. that their Representative hare ohould make i in it lor a permanent stone wharf: forty thousand'fur: '.

I !*k with! according to law. commissions, fur audi ,tie.fs, PS weli as other ofHrpr*, trr cohering! upon my new field of'duty I was p'itt of his business to originate and urge ,!'. building a slip and ship hl'usctll'enLy thousand :-

.a 5", r. It GOULD, rcmiinin in my hard at that tim T will be returned: assailed by a few mistaken and deceived 'triluw I ini sO: rtnnI i J comnienced'n!: movement soon af lor a store! house, $10,375 for a .temporary -

". -I4.. J Jinlge'Coiinty. : C >Hrt. ta the Cu'ixer'ffifc, citizen i 'tad oil by one or two mischievous and tcr m, first election niilkkgatc.! :! It is Ii tie ;hut : wharf, ami 316,337for misct-llaneou; improvemeiits f

"'i"t} St. J Lbns Count-' AUCtlON'ECR-! rc&lle&s spirit, i in a niauneatJ! under circumstances :I I the sutJ'Tt is one more <>f national than local MI-iking a total sum of $21J.708bilc .

I'- sartIih. t '1044.iUht ; R. D. FOSTANK.:. 'CHARIKS nUB I oti. Jrs,'. A.BRUH which grrntly l embarrassed un. und consequrnvc : but i'CCUP)in as wedotho post I the totalamouuiappropriuteil! ; fur i iiaprovcnictits, ; ,

,i eeki notice requisite before any nrrmuitapaned. ,JOHX' JDUWiDJ'C'I"J. IicuKi-K! (IEORGK. Ar.TIItR CaulK 1"GEt, FKAWCISt'CKKKIRA I thri-ateird to I liustra'.entirely i I the hope :of toitig I Jot an advanced for ilia South and n\- t.I at all th' othur" six navy yards together has

.a.. SixInutnIlshotire .nece.sar) before K; B. GUll 1.1). : usi lul to you. ThiiiugU nil embarrasinei.ts : I surrounded as our const i j:4: by Ibrejgn possess I been indy 113,337.: Thus has b- ell reached a

Q.'ivnstred.'rJJ, r Judge, Comity Court. liuv\e\'r, 1 Jwtlt'rM\'crdiuud i ii,ti", and holding the key to.the Cult, 1 considired -I practical umu.ceinent.: of.a system of improvements .
:t' St. Johns Count.. found) m)' cJf ut the cluief the service to[which'' it a duty '% e own to tim nation! and thei liisre, whidi tend t to the point I c -

I j' 4 ![ C UNDERSIGNED have formed a crpart- April 15th 1.841. 3 ou had nppoiiited; :: m", again l lore lOu t > rt- i South, to Maw! forward in the assert ion and have had io view ull the while, to writ : U> make

Us ,tt".' ;" .fttl'Jlhlp under the firm of EI.Y & ROpEUTS ceivejuil inetit upi-n my couduc.:, as your rep. I st1 port of what is .ncces.ar}' to- our ceminon P n ac'I.l a bullllnj yard. In my circular of .

I .,IGI',1fie'" or DRY GOlJD and. will. .p.-n TunDt NoticeBS resecitaliw, I did feel, as I truly .before C"J1'ft" : :- I'Curil\'. Wih: Cuba in the hand
S. ) ,'tibe coiner ChirbUo nndTr i"iiry Streets HEREBYTilVt'N. that llnll rpply' io thoHonc ed, a deep solici'udu for the rr,-ul.! Ilo|ikcd to I pO\\'t'rour' whole coast t nud eulf wouM be hit ii relfix-iK'u( sv usacola : ''.The yard alreu- -

I..' Jt4l rtJ. ttock: of STAPLE end FAXCYGOODS. County Court ,.f ,C"lon-l County the issue as the iuv i ineaiis ,.1 sjli:J'yiimy j tit our }possession! ; but \i'h ih. Straits <,f flori. Jy in prrcsthere should! be enlarged to a -

.r 1ni ,Z' ," At its next sot'ion April.for Ie" "' to sPIt the *lavmH *-* own fVeliiigs by the p ouruluehkh your tip dn fortifi'-d, arid a naval for rcndl' vu'l:l'd scale :u! '('MIC to ihe buiU'utg and repair; nf all '

: ijehjhey )jnvin?,the inhabitant- St. Aeanahdecainiue. II'Ulit lP, all oilier properly belonging tiV the e intc of t roving verdict would carry with it ''I tt. it I II IjiHad I there, we should C.lt/ nl.r be able to hold the the nea-s-j-iry naval l.f.HH her the complete.and ,

to I.. II: I:I.Y. \Vt'II"! so as to eifrct d'ui.ion -iinong IIIAtI\'dlt.f I not served yon as well 0:11 I could have wish. ([ott,; Lilt Io guarantee ihe nrut'nlity of Cuba. exclusive occupation of the Gulf." And, at the 4

,: S. .I).!110 15 CUTS.r licir*. .' JOHN C. PKLOT, Admr. I had! at lea.t to d.-pujltd myself, a? nolllJ p,11 I 1 felt well assured that! my constituents cxpcct1 : opening: of the! session, I cul'cdTupon: the Navy '.
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.. : ; )prviI't: ily rrtiIi"i.! ,,' r"r.'rl wh'H i't1.' the l';aei i< with mni! th-1 appropriation.( :The year it is reduced &21.6G1, and this h more than" ed,by lies ei the longest and c1osts. i intimacyand I[; :. I ncn believe it to be :
_ .. l.ryv.Mnents were r&quiitJ! to complete tins ,a ,J JI .Finn, lu"vevcr, wj>s reiltuvjd) ,In-low his ,thiatc't. cith-T of the ,oilier Territories h:1\(. Iowa gets ,nf and I feel inspired to procure a to, begin to speak upon tho )" 1at
_ I .-. \atil fopcftiislruclion tm,i icpair! of vessels! 4( boc'ur I was !anrnl"tH..1 pv thn' military commander } 616,053 and Wisconsin e17. ; Most! of tlwTerriiories jiisl f rilum by al the incentives which I lion to the Territory! H impeded;by time.tOrat J
:; : war, With estimates thereof. Th-j I liiy. grenlHep in J Florid! that *:1 Ir!>00) would .bo sulli1cifii ) lh, t'H1'n preceded us ,suPP< private t Itt'Jlg tan to -the obligations r.f, all _ ; .." J in the progress 01 tin. couiummaliou has !, wjth: ordinary-inean> iu>.Iritis coiml j I t11lrun! rxpcmgs, and I there -eomj 'lo lrtl'111.Pti tas tholirperon !Iii( the Ter. '\ of son coast i iV t9f j near the British
IHXH achieved. It is 1') bet hoped thorc will beno ( accomplish ho*\ rk. Th-j :completion! growing JiiKsitioi i | to force U> back. 'to Ibis, oJ!:1 rlory whepreparctl nr4trgurncut stI3ving the 1 misled to thc possession rlf Indians. Our t'=4!
tI ": future retrograde in the policy. '* of this work will, doubtless in d Inti season, be' rr ticc.I" : tIntioll; ol the Goveriffittnt ,to indemfihy the piddru( t.o deeptvoucded by the rcnierafo I
__ __ __ These two grrat object my Icllnwicitizcns.ihe. followed by similar connection as far South as A hill has been parsed, giving to the PeoPle lrs. It was in.the Minpeofen: address! to I of their!: utrueltf': to tolerate their pnuSfl J 'ag
(foriificwiiun of :the Florida Straits and th Cape Flor lJd. the election of their own general oflli-i-ns olmilitia. COgrcs, fop'orlcd by me as chairman of the 'l1tl families of our citizens can nevt tI. i
_ 4-xtablihhmeiil; of the navy yard at IVnsacola At the session of IS 12..1', I moved'n resolution! ;so thaube: brigadier:; "' and major Commiliec on the stalo.of. the. Territory in the I vJtil9; a single one of these 8a\'ug 're.-'I
_ ," .:. upon liberal t. and adcqirilc: ((Wing, .composethWclemenisoriho calling upon the Secretary of'War t to'send 'in generals (if the Legslatitr 'Choose to create: Legislative! 'Council/January 27, 1637 an' is J Jjow tiorida. Such 1:1 my feeling upoathen 5.
system of:,Gulf deIce an estimate of the cost for j survey ing routes, ..forn ,,! sucu).xvill now_beclevatedtPJhaudtincUfir} lyIho onjihefilesofjCpnsress.| It bas been since" 1 .J kn !.rrescnttOQr Ii .
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:: i which I slnjlcd off with as a policy import.inl rail road across the peninsula of Florida. A ., voice of those they' arc to command atjd} \ time subject ofcafeur"slutyrb"y'!- I Ihat truly, my f ** "* w7 liis-IS- ,
tube pursued to consurnmition: when I first report was made, during the session, in answer ,|I not by the hat rof tbe Trcsidcnt of the United I have never and I will never,, lose sight of the necessary inasmuch as it is stated in'LJ.-. .
.i -' tame here as your I It gl\te. Th-iy stand con. to the resolution, but uo further! action occurred j i States. question. But in"this, as in all other cases, I the official documents communicated to .
'. '. iioclcd thet that session. At this session I 'I j The : in the last session wish to act with view to An ill-ad- of
as pirUof: > s-stein. They conitituio during brought ] difficulties which arose tt .ucccs- gross that 'your wishes are generally |k* ,
no local, iakrexMof Ponvxiola, ''or; ,Key Ihe subject up again and an appropriation of of our LegM.uure as, to. the mode of appointing vjavd! movement, and failure, would throw us verso'of what. I ullegt theta JO 1 "' 4
; \Vest. hut aro great and generaL intcre of the $3,000 has been made.for jtho survey of routes : magistrates, having Il tract d ny attention ,babk to untold: years. lam watchful and al tho word*'of thafcommunication5:' The' 10S
TJnt&r91ffc! of Thh'le c untr '. The pro- for' n railroad connect the waters of the i and seeing no reason why'the people should not the same time desire lo.La discreet iu. the.management -, aru.very: ceaerally-expie ong,theJl' {
\ "i )o.foedi'fenccnt tb, Gulf and 1:8: ,comploc Atlantic: with, the Gulf. .II I shall call ,{Ihe attention !,-!I exercise the immediate riht ot selecting tl.cir of this interest. Siuco have been Indians ,shallbe aUpwcd to remain and"ia' but
"; : command.' is ,a great national measure and of lhu. Bureau 'having superintendence of1 I I own magistrates, I ha\e obtained a'provision, in here, there has been no chance of a successful theyconsult their own interest and good 1
: :, prXMldnIn Ithatynur Representative has halt it this work to all the different routes that have I i their favor. All 'magistrates xvill hereafter be movementand while I still continue to work at When! better assured of the pacific d.s p .
m his pawer lo contribute lowarda its' success ; been spoken of in. the Territory. My c'pinion I: elected! by the people themselves, in such manner the question, and prepare $th&< way for eventual of the few"red'men, thfo' sentiment 1'doul t twill
; nod that\ I _have beets able lo perform in your is,,that tho nearer we can bring the termini of as the Legislaiuremay' pro\'idob'law. succeed, them has, not occurred any lima when a ''be nearly universal, with iho
: behalf)a:duly,we owed, from our piliniiuthu! the road to,thu sea, on each side, the, better. I'I I endeavored! to obtain a law allowing to Columbia pressing demonstration would not have resulted perhaps, of the few who may still except elate "
: J itouthi! and West, by bringing, forward these I gotthrough, the 1I0us j appropriation of Gadsden, and other counties. additional! in defeat, and } consequent injury to the object. bopr'tllr ,v ng' 'by new agitation *j? :
j: I\ I subject* in .definite! and pcncl fnlshale. Tiiero three thousand dollars, forjexplonng the Ever-, presputaiives but was unuccca fu!. A. law, I (tru that those of my constituents who'nre interested their w cither great'mistAlte'in, this'2to'regar'dlheir ".' :
..:: i. tint been 017,000 appropriated for continuing g1i1esbut: it (failed in the Senate ; as did ulsu, however, was passed, authorizing the Legislature in:thia rnatlerjwolt; l bc "$qleu' & IeLJ&, '--' .- ,
b '> &iikntiiusratI'ensaceIii1baed upon jthoYou I lrcI'raUo-aa y.an' appropriatioa, flue"lhousand lo re pportiofl-lha TCpfescfitatroti lrPbotn Q'tS 'n o 1th'tc Y y. .
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.. ..,-*.f I .<" '"" : gncra1estijifct."*' .. : dollar; which passed l the House for improving branches. It.'was the almost could obtain. opportunities of constant intercourse with those fuiled interst.Jtb'"l'-v
I ;' .:;: :'! < will recollect, fcUow'-ci' zp.n.! that at tho I IL the n-ivipilion: of Chipola river. A commission has been appointed, at my instance who have to decide upon' the matter,enables me with themselves, and utterly*fa.i.ed'.to".' ,'.. '
I '. ..id of caoh.session ot ihe! l lust ,Congress I had Ten thousand dollars was appropriated for to locate the remaining township of the to judge moM prudent in their behaiM" Precipitancy stand their sentiments. I have aDd.ijjxt kjh.I '',
I .. complain pf, jhe friluro in the Senate of snot' improving. the I harbor ot Apalachicola! which I Seminary grant. I was surprised to learn it had and.ill-limed movements, always 'prejudiceacausi. that'General Worth.was led bythe repr
I' .' ., -, jif.the measures for your which had pas- I passed; both houses, but was defeated in the not been done long before. I My rule cf action, ,(and I have irons of others to rely upon this'astta' : I, "
;:, *.d.Iho, ,House, oi. Rwpresenuiiive Thoi Want end._ bv.Ihe. President's* veton, ".tbe bill that con. Among the most gratifying fruits cf my labors derived it from the counsel of one of tho most sentiment of the people( of Florida; ,bull. '
irrepreentation in the BU'1Ito.! wax, uf course, IzLIntu: i u. I I in the way of legislation here, has 'been a eminent statesmen of the dais, never to move lieve that he has been totally',deceived: Ai'' gc
ihopriuiuciusoof thc*-* failures. Out Ueliuv.jug "A bill has be-passed granting ,to't the city ofFernan.lma.jwo ,. bill providing that wherever the sixteenth sections in legislation, without a reasonable prospect t of events, it b 'desirable thrfyou'shouldret' 1
thatthis; want might bn partially remediedby lots for, the erection of a either in whole or iu part, are now, or may SUCCC3S. yoiFrs !,vci. ,If I am right in ,my .piiIonJ
the establishment ofa Territorial Committee, I ehurcb.builditig. hereafter be, included in private claims held by The presentment of the Grand Jury of Al- policy* upon this sutjt'ct, yriur voices riII., &
\ in,,lhat body, I drew up, Dt too co:Jm'nCtaUcn1: I have got passed a billi under which three. titles confirmed, or legally decided to be valid ichua respecting the evils attendant upon the tin and nerve mv movements. If'I nnffi.., cthii'
1 of IbU..session. no, address to the Senate upon hundred and eight thousand dollars is made ap. and sufficient, other lands equivalent ,thereto reservation made for military purposes. at taken as to your' wishes his, proper.should, .
: Ihe (ubjVct, in 'whicit my worthy co-dc legates plicuble to arrearages due! bur citizens for sup. may be selected in lieu thereof. Under this law Tampa Bay, were presented, by _me to the so, informed.- There can, at till eycn ,'lie ,'
from Iowa antI'Wisconinjuincd 10',"., The re- pliei Jurni hi-d in tht? sUppression of Indian: an immensely valuable accession will be made louse, and 'referred to the Committee on Milia> harm in a free expression.of l 'your upinou.j on
suit was,'.notwithstanding tbo opposition ot hostilities I also procured IhfL -fJ passage of another lathe. fund for common schools, and generations ry Anit irJ. Thai committee corresponded with I respectfully invite your distinct instruct, !
I NJmo.iufluenlinl &!1alnrs,a ,Commitiea 'flf Territories ,act,, by which the provoking obstacles to come will bless the bcniiicient operation he Secretary ot War upon the subject, who The fixed position which I have taken ,isO $: the!
\ : .wa%for ,tho first ti.ne in ,thu history ot heretofore;, eirlbarras>ing the settlement of accounts of this nicnsure. Let,me affectionately entreat advised against any present actionjind implieda prised i in a few.words: 'THE' INDIANS ii'-sJ' *
,_ '.' ,the Senateestablished as ono of f the Standing 'for suppling furnished )to the militia of tho people inhabiting counties in which necessity for it while Ihe. Indipns remained in REMOVED. It joa concur with me. let ibatT : Prh
1. tarnrniltee.3 of; that body. The benefit ot this 1830 ::1841)) mid 841, are removed, and a speedy grants interfere with tho sixteenth sections, to Florida, promising further information as'soon the watchword. But while 'your iSl1iS 't
:1 L: measure will be found in the number ot bills close and payment miy1 be 'expected. As I lose no time in availing themselves of this i law, as he could communicate': with the officer commanding ,opinions'arc' firmly and freely-declaredJhroBffcthe ( i I.Pt'
:.. which jibe Terrjtorio* havi: been able to perfect designhowever, to make .he matter respecting by selecting at once the best lands to bt lound in Florida.: Hu" afterwards transmitfed s usual 'channels public 'exercs.ion,J/ .
thisosion. And though( some have lnenW th claims the subject of a separate communication in Florida in lieu of them. Education is ope of letters upon tho! subject, from the.c01nmantl-" the same time, counsel the most careful ajwi; rig
'. ,, which might havo prevailed }taadvu been to you in the course of a few weeks, I the coocctns of a republican people, a'ld thoie: iog otlicer in l-orida! and the commander of ance.ot intemperate action. Wo'" do not:wtih ; the:
f''pre&onlcd in th'it body by Senator, still much will, for life present, content myself:with the only either deserve cr continue, to be free, who the post at Tampa, but too late for ncli ontr 'to interrupt or precipitate the movement
: jius been done that would hut have been dune foregoing reference. I .shall remain here a few :I appreciate und cultivate the intelligence, and three days of the session reinti:1iug wbcn his those who are charged with the duty >of'ttar -
'vithoul this committee. week*, before returning home, to bring. these!'''I virtue,which constitute! the pillars ot free 'govI communication was received. Seeing afterwards removal, our to excite irritation. But, la:the;: whW
.The erection of a marine hospital at .I Key claims to a close. I eminent. Education is the instrument whereby the presentment of trio Grand Jury of, cool and decisive'temper ot freemen, lettafe,':. !
2:. West has been o-ie object for wh ich I have felt The law for the settlement of claims for horses .I the youthful mind ,i is expanded to intelligence, Al.ichuu Marion, Denton, and Hillsborough, I ciare our fixed.conviction, thai THa IXDi,
J ': licitudc.. Situated; in mid ocean, directly in lost by volunteers in Florida, has been extended i and the youthful soul trained to virtue. Guard enclosed it to the Secretary of War w ii.rKft request MUST DE IrIIO ED. g _"; .
ft : tho,path of the wbole ( ulf commerce it i is ex.fmscd two' years longer. 'I know those who the interests of education, my fellow-citizens, that he would cause investigation'info the There ii anoth' r subject,fellow-citizen.! u ,* 'Ic
t I! : .* continually to be.the refuge of number. hive presented claims! of |his description have M tho apple of your e}e. The first public subject. 1 confess 1 was quite surprised to findit which'I"desireto be supportrd by the decw .
: 4osaJ,eick seamen who are landed there for relief been very much annoyed, and justly so, at the !. speech I ever made in Florida ,was on the importance was proposed lo continue this immense reservation expression l of your opinions. The blood of b flj
; ,and attendance. The people of that island delay of action in the Third Auditor's office.- of education. It wus in thr county of permanently.bile it rested merely upon I ot our fello\v-ciuztoi has been shed, and fejwj
; fiavt)been thus annuill/subj to gr.at exftcnse The same complaint is maide in Georgia, Ala- I Alachua, nnd while yet a boy. It \ bo among he,ground of a temporary necessity, ccnnected "j uuatoned. Tho culprits, against whom the.ytv ItFedJ
I in providingrthocornfrt of these unfortunate baini, Mksouri, and Tennessee. I shall let my the subjtcts to which my tflbrts wi be directedto with arrangements for the removal ot the re-1 I avenged blood of a murdered citizen cries. d
'j strangles: cast, by a sad uc-cessiiy: up. constituents kn-nv what: to expect on, this score the latest of my carter. I lutn'ssl't n rnairiingjndians, I was'disposed not to be sot high Heaven, have escaped and found 'safe
I Jutb'eir: sympathies and charity, and for whose before I leave hero. circular to each of tbe new States hasty in my action, as toemburras the militaryin shelter and protection under the flag of k neip ;, tern
H relief the scanty allowance made for such ens. I have been fortunate in procuring' the cstablishment quiries as to the system of education which this object, or to afford any ground ofcqm-: I boring pO\1 r. A treaty stipulation: .which,Wquired -
rnby ,tho Governmcnl. quite inadequate.Jn of several important post routes. We they have udprc nr.d the poliey pursued' with plaint for interference with plans having reference their surrender, has been wantonly noil
addition to this, the horrors of malignant may well congratulate ourselves upon the accomplishment respect to and seminary lauds. I to it. I full, as I knew my con t isuents tILted and set at nought ; and your rlghisa4 bet trem
.S epidemics have been introduced and! spread, by of this very desirable object', have already received, in reply much vauM! >: would feel!, that it would be better to tokrate! for dignity, and the rights and dignity ortne oalI 'I Iho landing: of these 8i ick mariners from vowels when it isroi idcred that not a single post route information. hen it is complete, and the turn: a time inconvenience, and even injury, rather I trampled! under luot. The grounds &JSUQIW Hon |
_ I gassing from New Orleans Mobile, and the has been established at this session, in any Suite! arrive* for your action upon thcso subjects I than incur the change of having thwarted J.ny ,[ for tho refusal of the surrender of these fugitwr: term
: \/estIndaports, in the summer. I introduced, or Territory of the United Stiles, save only! shal1ay belore you the results of my inquiries. arrangements for a pcaeable removal of the In. i idlaus. felons arei i insulting to ,the South, and stnteit n)
in ,thu last Congress a bill providing moans to: those 1. have, obtained tori Florida ; and this, yet a Territory' we arc not permitted to But it this is proposed to be retained as the security of an important institution ofjfca, f l ilorf
., f ho erection of n hospital, which, after discus tOo; notwithstanding the fact that \ve have al-! ditpjsoof these lands, and no set ion is there-, a ptnmncut reservation, it cannot be con-dented|t land. Our exposed frontier position :reqDiM 1' the !
; : t ,'pwod< the House but was lost in the Sen.u r adv a more expensive mail establishment in lore prnciicabiu u at present.. I nidttJ once in tLC to." it isenttrclytiul of,the q'.J tioo"tolbJnkofpermitting :.tliwiy*should act with LJir? : lf tne'treufna yt 4
------ ___ .."At-4hl< euaaipn,'*I':brought 'lujward '"itu P.I.nd"ttrntnmy.'tnhcrJ1ar..ot."the Union"in Legislature to' defeat. a project, by. which a space of sixteen miles square w ith- : we haVeVuITeie6TTo This easels tamely obiaK *
t: measure again, tinl have the pleasure to' say proportion to population. Iowa yields] a nett t town-hip of your Seminary lands would by this in our limits to be withdrawn from the use of !I ted to it will be tilt sid ''ursur of nunjl ru
; that a bill! apprppri itlng twenty Jite thousand del- revenue for postages of 89,332, and costs for time have !lw'n watted. l Let. ,all the means provided the inhabitants, and from the control ot the civit Isimilal" ill tdncc. Our itlly, the suieiy uT ale.tcou
lirs.rurtbls! puFposc passed into.a law,. and that mail transportation 80.910J Wisconsin i yields for tducation>>be pawned: as a sacred power. NoStntij wuuld for a moment permit; stave property thioujjhoqt Florida, requiresUut .
um Is ow in the '!rcasury applicable to it.- ut non revenue 915,273, and co"ts for trauj trua', to be guarded more watchfully than any such n thing within her borders.. And althoughour I I we should make common caaiii of :uis due-r
I 'hiiS tJo only bill which has passed this Con. portation 812.234-each of! them yielding: more other property cf the country. The attention condition as n Territory deprives us of the j i: You have seen that I havo called the aitcQii'ia I bye
i groSS ,for a marine, hospital, although several revenue: than: is required it? COth cos ot and mteieM e.\hibitcd to this subject by one of right to refuse permission to it, which, by the I I:' of-the country to* it, uud you bave not iced.tb* t trffe
othprs! were reported by the committee, and their mail facilities. Plot Idn,on thc other hand, our (prominent citizens of Florida, has commanded Constiution: a State may do, yet I trust that a | grounds, I have taken. The Committee inod.pro
ihose for New Bedford and Pittsburg strongly While yielding a nell levenue of only 814,734 my cordial, thanks, and deserves your especial fair and proper repre&entnliou ot the subject al : of Foreign Aflairs ,to whom my resoluuoocf:; .
urged! Nor in any loiher cnso of a' bill for the for potages, costs tor transportation of mail praise, my ft-llow citizens. Let him go forward the nexlscssioa, if the evil be not earlier abated .,I[ tructioot: was ref rred, have not reported.-t l lI Co
t : Commencement of ;hospitnl at thh session bus 841.199. I mentionthis to| show lo my fellow with his present zeal, and with a due dis. ,will result in the properaction.. I desire tj 'I'hev prouuse a lull report at the 'ncxt sessIae,i ''antitiliaft
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more than 013,1)00) been sanct med or reported citizens that if-I had failed in procuring ,fur erf tion, and he will find himself strenuously encourage, as far possible, terms of harmonious i. I I which I have reason to know will b&uad*
1 l>y the committee, except in this one for Key them increased mail facilities, it (ItIht not to su-itahi"d by one at least.of the re ple. 1 entreat eonce-t with the military stationed among-l I l The,Executive also promises' decisive. '.jh ,
\\'C4Ct''f'.j.[ have b.oen'ond'red at, especially when the .all our public men, without, dUiuetion of us, many ot whom have won our esteem and propriute I\ct oo. But it is best., thatthe cbuoUT, lti
The' unfinished cnd exposed condition of Department is almost bankrupt of resources., parly, lo unite upon. I suucctas one ot common gratitude ; but the idea of maintaining an ex- (j I should! feel! that we.ate in. earnest 'j'be"quta- ', .
(ho CapUol,al Tallahassee, has rendered it very But that wo have succeeded i is gratifvin The concern., elusive military jurisdiction over sixteen miles ] lion i is national in its character, but circurnsi ; 'OUYXsb-
\ .its completion. Tim fact that the Alligator to Hlouui'u Ferry, on tho Su. full attention. 'A bill has been reported making and covering the outlet! for the,business of standing forward .in Ihe prosecution of halo f1:
", n6t of' Co (making the original appropriation wan nee river ; appropriations for these objects a large part of of a large and fertile region and, prosperous [ matter lo .a ,final issue. Lei us know, .Iet"., than
820,000 (for this building had cxprcsxjyprovided From IMatka to Enterprise, on the St. John's which (exceeding 8100,000( ) is for .houses population, can never. be loleraled! by a South know, let the cOuntry know,if the sliplatioM ]-' ilfl7
thai no more should! be expended, am! river ; on the Florida coast. It ,has been read! twice, community of free men. I I of a treaty are to be construedJ t\ fctw
t, '' '..hat no further, appropriation, should be applied From Pilatka to Tampa,' via Orango creek, has passed through tbe Committee of the WholeHouse.and You may have noticed my fellow-citizorw ., foreign power discriminatingly against ht, fail
f fur Id Congress, rendered it very dilficull to Fort King, Warm Spring, Fort Dade, and Fort was in order for engrossment when thai I, lookoccasioa during the post session, to., South,' ancT the Federal I tioveromenl laiiiel/$ whiciho
t -.7 bring the subject 'to a favourable hearing. It Foster ; i the s "ss"ion closed. li will come up in Ihe same publish a declaration, that I would never consent submit to the injury. Let us know if wo ire'I''
-c tvas argued, that if such Ssregnrd of an nxpress From Wacholie to Fort Dade, via Emalhla, condition at thcop'niog of the nest session,just to the permanent location of any part of one people-..one.'nation, in spirjt! l1S'well M-
: :: : restriction l of laW was countenanced by (further Fort I Iznrd, Ilomospassa, Anuutiligarand.CbocttChattio as though there had been no adjournment. We the Indians in Florida. I did it becanse I Con titutiln. I shall urge this'miitef.to are 0r these

;I; ,. Appropriation, there could be no salutary or 'I : ; may, therefore, expect its passage at an early thought I had observed a disposition to' incline lution. J ask., you fcllow-c tJzeDS, if jouip* .
t' .0 .iractlcalcbeek, imposed upon expenditures. From St. Au:u:tinc to Miami'river, t'md Key period of the next session. authorities here to this policy,and I whuhedal I pi ovc of my,course, ,to stand forth in ray tup- \
t ', Elm necessity for further provision, howev, to West, via New,Smyrnn and:Si. Lucic' ; The operations of the oct for the settlement once' to take mv stand in nublic. 11 bad port, by resolutions, ,memorials, and other ,aPpropriate -
1': complete Iho beautiful structure so.Jar pro re5- ', From Enterprise to New Fmyrna ; of, the Florida peninsula was found t to be imperfect done months before, in my private c rrrspood.encc. means. \\l my;
f' .I' tf daud tho injury' which the hones mechanics From Ncwnansvillo Casonville Cedar loa degree.which diminished greatly its As a Southern question, 1, for one, will ., A memorial was : presented to Con,- I dei,
i \: were sustaining who remained unpaid) for labor Kp's bencft to the, intel prising and,daring poinccrs, never consent that any portion of our seacoast by tbc.holders! of bonds issued, by the book*.. I it I 1
;4 tJ ntready expended, incitedmo to exertion for The bill also contained a section restoring the advanced into ail enemy's country to shall ,be surrendered to the possession of any and guarantied by the Territory, which was referred the ejsiblei
tf ; Kiiccew.' In the lust Congress bill was pisced mail: between Macon and :Tallahassee to the ,wrest it(from his hostile irevid. ..They had noblywon handel Indians. would as readily' agreo to to the Committee of Foreign Aflairt'
in the House al:each succe!ivo session for this old route, n.s reicomm'nded by a public meet. the prize offered to their courage. But surrender it loa foreign enemy. Nor can I,asa That committee did not report at the fete ses.. if tiar
I work, but each limo fiiilud In the Son-ite.: 1'hi ing m Tallahassee, and by .the Legislature ; but such were the constructions applied to the terms Floridian, ever consent that any part of the sinn, but purpose to.do so in the next Thv: Th6r tb
t ii>,tssion-I'hhva been mow fortunate ; and ills sum this ft-nturewJut objected to in the Senate by of an net making ,the grant, that much of its bloc d.stainc'd murderers of our friends and re- my fellow.citizens, is yet destined to be an ajv" too n
dftwefliy'thorzsandd.ollzrs has been appropriat. one uf the Senators from Georgia,Dud defeated.' designed.bent-ficiunce was frustrated. No blameis lativts shall be allowed to inhabit any portion tating question amongst us. The excttemrat : p3r'4tIieqi 1
l t-d,; and '1sncn' in the Treasury applicable to Georgia is represented in the Senate. Florida to be attached lo the officers who were charged of tho soil which they have desecrated by their upon the subject slumbers for a while but ii'l .
t i1 ''iho complction'of the'building. as yet is not. ,with execution.. They have ben: :rightfully atrocities. The survivers of those who have dead ; it will come, upon us again' in all its T
'. An'oppropriation of ten thousand dollars has Two laws have been passed interesting lo numerous governed by what they ,d mc 11 be, the fallen victims to the treachery and barbarity of force., We must keep. 'alive the watch-fires. thni
becn'mttde' improving$ (the navigation, of the classes of purchasers of public.lands in 'necessary effect of? ,the terms, of act. The ihrse savages, can never tolerate the 'presence our sentinels'must be upon iHe alert. 'Y urpt.'
". ;'Chocklkwbatchif) and, Holmes rivers,1 and tun East Florida. One of them entitled An act bearing upon the settlers was not, however, the of'a Seminole. THEY MUST BE R .OVED. 'Suchis action has scotched, not ,killed, ,the'sere n1t' Tsuroil
:', ;ousandjitc hundred for the St. Marks, above its lo'authorize the issuing of patents for :certain J less oppressive. r Jcok greatpains to inform the position,have deemed il my duty ,to take, is crawling again into position. A daring tad?
i junction .\with ,the ,Wakulla. I trust that the lands in the Si. Augustine laud district in Flori. myself of iho dtfficulties/which required reme. without waiting for your instructions Was I j.flagitious violation of the rights of the pkf,
i, 1. ouvenipncer and pro i fellow.citi'is'residcnt near these waters will ," and'is intended to provide for cases of iginal law, which as, nearly removes the causes before Congress again assembles. I i invito'youco their: property, and upon the I acquJmillo :
tl\I\ r.j f. btrjbroaioted.by' theo nppropriati ma:. entry ;in which Iho late receiver,at St. Au ua- of complainl as was practicable. Instead of speak out; I believe ,it to be your duty to their descendant forgcneratkior'to t : ",
::, The oxlensio.i ofan, iulainl: communication 1 tine, (Mr., Clelanel.) tailed lo ,make returns of recapitulating contents I annex a copy 'of i speak, and in a voice not to be mistaken. burden ,of three and a hnlf-millioaa cornel g 'IeK:
; 1 .. nlong the Atlantic coast of Florida, i is a mute r such entries to the General !Land Office.. The [ to this ir .and 'beg those of my) constituents While 10 have taken care to express myself for theuso and accommodation ora 'ft' "
: 1 of gmiti interest both for co.iveniencc of tin I I other is entitled! An act to confirm certain entries to \hoe interests it relates, to receive it decidedly upon this subj-ct to'the appropriate beneficiaries.; In 'the case of the. Pensaerf very :fe
n J. ,, citizAu and 'for safety of communication b: I of Lint! in the Si. Augustine land district, ;!!i asa further pledge ofthc anxious conccrrr which nuthori1ie ,and have thu far restrained myself Bank and S. Insurance and'Trust Corapaffff *
:. I' :, limes of war. In a circular to the' citizens uf- in the Territory of Florida'', made under the 'r I feel in their welfare. from any action calculated to frustrate any i! was chiefly for benefit of lordly spccalatort!" $lIe?
:( St. John', county, nddressed by a worthy, c *l- pre-emption' of 2'2d June, 1838," anJ> i is intended 'I The subject of ihe compensation due J'o the contemplated! movements with'respect to these I and stock-jobbers of'olhcr Stales. In Ibe cast J i L
t league (Cot Fontnne) and rny&elfi upon tao to male valid n large number of preemption militia who remain unpaid, has nol been acted Indians, yet I cannot but .uoticc with regret ''of each of these institutions, a few of ourpwa *Jtedfi,
close.of our legislative duties in 16J7, the im. entries which have been rejected Jt 1 I upon. The papers were so voluminous that I that another'scason has been allowed to pass,' citizens were'dupedj'ilo connection with tncip; >
t nortanco of this subject was remarked: upon. Washington on account of the continuous residence I the committee to which they wee referred were I and nothing has been done or attempted. I be.lieve I I but they were drawn! in as victims, not as sharers v.V
\ : The Indian' hostilities which Invo ever since required by the law having been prevented unable to report in time for the action of the that the present determination on the part t r in the spoils, arthey have too well leainw! '
I "I. made a'dencrl'of the whole line of const s:mill of by-the Indian hostilities. I last t Cession. of the Government is conformable thu-wishes t by this time. Are lo 1M
1 t ; ..' 'Si. Augustine, has precluded 1 any movement upon 1 .ot throigh the House a bill establishing anew The question of the obligation; : of the ovcm- and expectations, as 1 understand them, of the, liability of we annual prepared t.axof f851111"$250,000"
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4.- this subject since that time. "It has been the collection district at Suwanny, but it was mont! to remunerate our citizens for losses sustained people of Florida. But it is impossible[ ? fore we" perpetual void to saddle Ilexter
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,I : ,:.f i: Mibji'ct of several interesting and able communications lost in the Senate. shall try again. by the. Indian: hostilities, remains open. see what changes may occur in this determi ourselves prepared with to the of a others to sane- .. -
'" < whjch, I have received from citizens I A bill providing fir additional compensation ThHtCormnitlce of the Senate wvrc willing to nation. The larse of another year, without linn a usurpation of dpbts to aa Ile
our rights approve
I .- ,-. :,: !t_ resident upon tho co-ist, am!! by a resolution lo the clerks of the Legislative i Council was lost provide for property.lost, while the occupancy t any decisive action fur the removal of these unauthorized of to recogniseaff
I' which introduced in the !l ;us(>.at nn c.uty period in the Hfvu after di ussion. Ml rung objection !'of troops, or iu consequence of such occupation I savages, will strengthen their fooihold upon I endorsement of use the our name faith- by an ; '
t ; of the session, the Commfttcc on Ronds and was manifeftcil; tuany greater allowance than is': provided the occupation had reference to : our soil, and in progress of time the permissive people's the ageoyI
,:. '. Canals WAR Instruetod to inquiro mid tbe subject. provided, fir, and I fear the worthy clcrKs! who militia: operations. This rule of compensation I tenancy which they now have, will lapse into I for not such authorized to represent and thus or sell hind ourselvesana d 1 1t
',1', Thcfirs step has been tnk 'n frith* train have ,('. recommended by the J"'gi Qlaturc fur : might serve the purpose of one or two claim settled right. t purpose, to **
pf this measure by an appfoprhtion of fifteen I an extra allowance will) havu; to abandon the I, allis, l hut would! leave., \.hul' unprovided the I In my circular of August 31, 1841, I spokeS "our the succeeding hewers of wood generations and drawers in pcrpclul of water:w 1fll6agtA
hundred dollars for a canal at the Haulovcr! to' expectation furl c present. The clerks of tw! great mass of sun 'nls by il Indian depredaIIions S the rmanctlocatiol1 of tho Indians in '" connect Indhn river and Musquio! lagoon! 1 other Terntori-s fare the same. I $ and tpecialy'the.p"'Jrcr classes of suf- I as being a measure to'which' we could London 1 To the extent to which we are legarly :
:: which was reported the committee ahovu j Thu amount appropriated, for tho lejMativeexpenses 1: furcrs. It i thcretiJc wholly utsatbfactoryIn .-{ never consent :" and insisted that whatever but not ODe 1S &Icd
bound we will abide the event
j mentionedJind after: bem passed in the IIouso of the next session: I less, than it has the House, the commi'tcu :'were inclined! : to ; terms "were made with them must Le con; inch with; full kno.-t.
,. I went. ihe'Senate, where it was also pissed-- been fur the last lw> or three years past. A 'oppose; even this modified provision. The sub. sswntvitll! the honor of the country, and the beyond. Let those who, creiluliff-*
:: '. The very complete and satisfactory survey 1. growing disinclination to defray tho expenses of.j-ct: I h one near to my heart. The horrors of rights, security and future welfare of Florida." ledge to sought for speculate Their upon drain our us of.our '
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,. :made of th.s contemplated: work by l.i.-iitru our Territorial Gnvernmenlslisobservable. The I Iho Iidiau: strife fell: 'cluVfiy upon that portion I j Two "cmitm v cia! pscd since what was understood substance by the profit-to arts of stock-J0* .

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1orj :;trc-reap !thp fruits\; -t thcrnselves of their .' '. -The committee through; their chairman, F. LDANCT aidand Tropical: I Plant for publication I and nl- MARINE JOURNAL .. ii iiT

PmigU1fljfl ": ". im osition. "Let Iho deceivers remain : .. eijiirisfl E: ', made the following report : I. )o u copy be forwarded to the Hon. David Lnyy. m(1 ar ,
yMtetim t r'trrir *wn.ec pton-: ciitisohoreniared ; Tho, committee ;appointed) report the : Rtloh'd, That the thnnks of tho Convemion -- -
urlirl to nnictweupopus, knowing esday, .;'J'tiiy 16- -? S4 j",. namesof ,four candidates tor.Sena tors.for,the be tendered to the Citizens of Palaika, for their ,ABBIVED. '' i f-- -
$ to. b. .'VViUi4Hho( btizard: of the trial learn .the t Eastern Districtof Florida: havinj \\r t r dl1e I kindness.and hospitality r.xtended'to'them.Thce 10th-Sloop- Globe,Johnson, Key West. I\ '

UI. pto.bre ='.: iIoNfitU cspe.r11ucnt.: :*.'They', have digged{ ; .J&inciples; ; { ..and, the.pcpplc"'. following Darned individuals werq placed in being .no further business btforc the Pilot boat Lafycite,'.-, Key West. : "' .
roret1Jl,! into tho'midst ercof.tbey. urn nomination, to wit : Convention on motion.UicJConvcotioii adjourn
k4ctbtnstlT&} FOR'PRESIDENT I :. JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ, oMt Johns, ed, sine die. -' llth-Sch. Maria, At well} Baltimore.- -
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bei0 Lice < ..to'Jouaga fcllow-cltizens, bo jre.JgJssUe GABRIEL PRIEST; of: Marion, WILLIAM P. DjUVAU ,Pm knl.' SAILED.. I

*Insjj1ubJL. l } .be p'reparod fo assert end. JAMES'K.' : PO'TENNESSEE." !{ JESSE CARTER,'oi Columbia, GAJMUEI. PRIEST "' 6tU-U.S.Steamer Gen. Taylor Lieut Fiirrcn, 1

,..iri1t! jlqi ,BfTODCss :your ,legal l, rightiJ( .In : OR JOHN BtowA'RD, of Duval PHILIP DELL,. West'and Pensacola. .
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'(. D O 1 a$ expect it, the, enemy will' ,1" L,'} PHILIP 'DELW of Alachua, and .. I .Viet'Presidents. Key "
; :, .J lOth-Sch.Stephen &. Frances Adams, Charles'
Columbia. JAMES
morn Iia "" FOR PRESIDENT GEO. E.McCLELLAN.ot l.} COLE -' .
one of Aaalllfr.Jabjoct'lbcr is upoqwhich, its one Yft 1' \Vbenpon; the.commlUee proceeded to.bal lot. H.E. VV.CLAar, ton.,,,. .
io Cox.he 01'tWsfcifinels pluced by you upon the \vatch. GEORGE M.' DALLAS On tho first ballot, JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ received .Secretaries.. -, .
jjfl1d It my duty to sound tho alarm : "f ten votes. ;
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PEfiTSYLVANIA. Thc Bethftl! and'schV
ec :.NtLt1toLLED! i Sr-AKisii GRANTS, I recommend JOHN BUOVVARD received ten votes, [roa Tax HEBALD.] Brig Virginia, Henry!
fr1iiie'bAtii4 ATO ., It6 cbrul.. Wait.for'the onslaught ; i I GABRIEL: PRIEST received four voles, CT It'is: amusing' to read the grumblings"of Jenkins, Lightbum. from 'this port', "arrived at \ .

'11selevpbn J'ou! arms lu surround your. FLORIDA.' JESSE CARTER received six yotcs, Old Gould, in'the Herald about Peter Skcn. New York on the 27th ultID "

in this l ,. iyith'fliUfiful'fccntric5-' ; 1 li sentries who Democratic: rioininntions.FOR PHILIP DEL. received seven voles, Don't forget to inform Mr. Ingersoll that the .\
policy, ('V.r(bT itefr honor--who, Cannot be SENATORS. GEORGE E. MCCLELLAN, received three votrs. General extended charity In the days of- your -, GE'OV'. COLE Senr. wjll be abscn-t, .
\1 Will not betray "ou. An al-t.J'OUkflOW Whereupon JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ,' JOHN BROW. fr mthe Territory for a sborttinie.anddaringhis r
nitloq > JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ: of StJ' Johns adversity.! Daddy no doubt thinks be has used !
lilflot "sem wus made at, the last COn-, AID, and PHILIP DELL,' haviug received the requisite up General Smith so thoroughly that there is not absence his Katies in the! L.nd Office will be attended -
of JOHN DROWARO, of DutuL of thirds of the committee to. by John'M.: Fontane d Ceo, R. Fairbanks. F.w.
':;plion: me you by,a slrokQ legisla lion. majority two : enough of him left for a graze-spot. How
; PHILIP D L cf'Alachua ; numinated.On and the Florida'Honso will be superintended by John
declared duly
ttHjh* .: TheouemptyviLsnol repeated .. were I vigorously some men can fight. when the foo is '
j .vbpcauso it wus known it Would JESSE CAR TER,. ..t-Jiesitaie. not. ,to, tell you; .from. seven votes and JESSE CARTER, thrco votes. ,._Angiistine! Joly ,1C.: J.8lI.: .+- ------.fc' ,., t-, :-
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''.e"' ," h..._..' .. P tt.l! J! k f swhollytaken j 'bit: by ":'+{JAl1BIEJ,"PAlEST having'rcceivcdnhoTiiguisite'majority I. 'T nnrat, :no'losf'to.a/ccrinTa.jlhe. p tef.ntt,: of !JET.DR. B. S.: ALDRICH,. having removed ", PSuperior

I, 'fill! tm'trnn"d! ; the admirable letter of our Delegate to his con. of two thirds of the committee was. : tho aboyo article which appeared in the'St.Augustine to SL.Ang 3tinn. lenders professional twrvio.es .
4itz ( :' Ji. f' (.of'thfjeiiind! other grants, I IqpdjConsellors stituents. brusal declared duly nominated. i "tow of the 13th. "Daddy" and! "UhfGould"nzustgive to the citizona.: He will nttenu with promptness. to ..
; t *r,! are now busy in.rwri His wprlhyof; an attentive p>? Tho Committee beg leave Ho present the following chaste all calls, by day or high! either in mown or country. -
nde/5 | I the and courteous '
$t4lIti.ents. ': -- $. Against 'these gentlemen I and dcscrviug: thc.Sw-rjous; cODsideraliot oc'nl'Ve '. ticket for the unanimous: support of the man- I Uffico in &'r. Poujnnd'M House opposite. to 1\11..
; ....vng&gcd* whether in Florida or elsewhere, *" H ''I"I IW.II II > convention. biters of that paper much trouble, judgment Agnair's. ,July. JO.
be n 'cnuse of complaint. Thoy eo.I \ arc unable 16 five this week any ,more, JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ, of St.Johns. may' be'formed( from the constant 'repetition of -

tlbe4 trUi r ,=," .txn.ii..t. j>r forspeculatibn, In a Ii.' than the official 'account of the proceedings,. of JOHN BROWARD, ot'Duval, such,cogopmen in that paper in most of its pub- Superior Court : District St.LucicCounties.E. F.St.John's .

At alt firili ./' ..b Inc? Nor, cunVe complain of tile Co ve ti I uCPulaika. our columns being" PHIUP, DELL, Aluehuu, lications. Separated ns I have been, entirely Mosquito NOVEMBER and. TERM, 1841. .:I
taesCQl1t:, or otherwisei"havo) become GABCIEL PRIEST, of Marion.
occupied by other interesting mailer.OF : .
ietor.; They have u right to urge" their so fully (Signed,) F. L. DANCY, Chairman. from the Herald :fur many yrars, and for tho John King, Senr. ) Attachment. .

LIktL; ,=: .:"It'b their duty to dn so. Uut, on the PltOCkill)1NU3. : The Convention then proceeded to ballut by last four or five years not having written for it. vs. )Y Debt $20G1 7*. .
Hoi.d. filed fur.$:>922(4.
Joseph Poht. )
i t*--* ,''tlie people who interested have n THE ZAST FLOBIDA DEMOCRATIC CON VEST JON.i counties-for the adoption of the ticket'as reported and having personally and through the Editor ,

*,\" "itncir duty to prepare to ward cff; i TUESDAY,July 9. .by the committee. often contradicted the assertion of the managers NOTICE; above is hereby entitled given suit of the aUacknieut,commencement, anidib1
;:' 4iD aiflt.! Remember' that the principle of Agreeably to noticn} previously published the: JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ: received the unanimous by "

| f" .g@rlpJ.; 01li.f- tbc u grants is confirmed, At 11o'clock A.M.: the delegates: appointed' Duval, and Marion. -(not that I IVns unwilling to assume any respon- law. VV. M. ,1VES, .
> ,le.:o'I retfrnusi be; and that they cover all the'laMsitJkrJw ut various precincts' in the District, assembled, JOHN BROWACD.. also'received the' unanimousvote sibity that, they might choose to hold me to, Attorney for PlaiD ft'. .

rat ) pJ Florida, which were not granted and were.called Border, by \ N. -FORWARD?,. ot the sam'counties. '" but because would;not take to myself any per July (16, 1844
&t boIAT I pi' .r ibe Jay"upon which they bear date. Ittowipore of St. Johns. when PHILIP DELL, received the vote of the same
lion of the credit and fair. fame to which another
:* 9 common cause lor tne people!: ol. On motion F. L. DAKCT, of St. Johns was tern- con ties. tourt-Iktvict or E.
ougtiVP" riaHdbiwThe
-:JCidlJticalqu l UoiiHnd nolone of the privatefkwf'Thiit6ur appointed Secretary. JESSE CARTER'received the vow of SU. Johns, high minded persons still suffered themselves s to In chancery. _
.:! people shall not be ousted of The convention being thus organized Mr. Alnchua,nnd Duval. ',to to troubled with such a fancy, I have con. Laura M. E. C. Evertson,b) her,1noil j
wish jfj%os 10n.'; That tho local laws of Flon&intfierpcao DAKCT briefly explained the objects of the convcntion. The delegation from Marion asked leave and friend John R.' Evertson, | -
eluded to them far neither admit \
indulge so as Complainant. I I8.
tot .: to protect them. That those5'bayeurchased was'permitted to withdraw their voto and cast ". -
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their '. : : rands from the Unitedraye WM. P. DOVAL, of St. Johns, was then called the satne'for Jesse Carter. or.deny the paternity of what, they are pleusedto Peter Sken Smilb. Theodore D. I j -

:s rfj6.J.. ; received: has. the price of scttle.t by an unanimous voiCe.to, preside over the proceedings The Committee appointed to draft! resolutions call the grumblings if oil Guuld." Guy, 8eymour Halliday, doI I ,
o. : :- Ua.n.memY'd country,bold 1.1. warrantee of of this convention, and on being con. to be submitted to this Convention. reported the In however the oh the fendants. J' S I
rfion.| :which: mudl not bo permitted to be conducted to the, chair, by I l. B. BLANTON, 'of following which: were unanimously adopted. judging of paternity fiT APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Court -
'" S dttturbed ; thai the reservations secured to us for Alachua,J. P. BELKSAP, of nu'alnnd \\' &. A. The Committee ,appointed to draft Resolutions article from the Ie Neus," I may perhaps say J3. that Peter dken Smith.- one of the defendants, :

ponId nemioaries, for ,schools, for internal improve- FORWARD, of" St. Johns, stated, ut length the objects for the consideration of tho Convention with aa much propriety, ttyt' it was written by is absccnt from this Territorymd that be resides in .

d ., ,.toehts &ct snail not bo relinquished. That the oftho Convention beg leave'to report the following, viz. the heroic and swaggering Dace, or old Gad or one of taUt United States and Theodore B. Guy..another -
.bfsiiSt.of,the pre-emption system shall Jpi) be GABRIEL PRIEST,of Marion, and PHILIP DELL, 1. Resolved, That we arc opposed to all char- of said Defendants also resides oat of this I
neyet old else tha it hatched all .
somo ono or was by Territoryaud in another of1 the United States-and
\ ,, $' citizens and immigrant That( theFeeriLGovrrnrncnt Alachua, were elected: Vice Presidents.! tors to incorporate Banks -
,' by' accepting the treaty JAMES B. COLE, o'l fSt. Johns and HETRT E. W.. v 2. Resolced,. 'J'htltVe are fern Division ol the I of them ; for no one will(do! Mr. Russell so much on that motion the said of Peter tho complainants Sken Smith solicitors; and Theodore it U ordered B., .

PD.tG ,' uiraent':in ihe shape in which it was made, CLARK,of Ma rim were ppointed Secretaries.On Territory and coustant urging of that measure i: injustice as to suppose that he would permit his I Guy, do nppenr and an..wer. plead or demur, to the
sat uigl 1W'\j.i\ rtJaWufhing Florida tho general sys- motion the Delegates were called on to, until l a final decision shall be had thereon. I I feelings become enlisted against one. who is bill of complainant filed in this cause. within five

*. 'Appropriating to the publi domain have exhibit their credentials! and the following an. 3. Resolved, That. wo arc for giving to each measurably; a stranger to him, and who has not inJnihs (torn the publication of this order, or that the '
ire. Mld'tiu& to our citizens guaranties which yb.IQI'. ,: .aot.lobo violated. That if tire claimants: have From. Columbia County.-No Delegates op- ; increase of Representation from the East ; been in his wny'upon'any occasion. ordered that notice' of this order or a copy _
'.1 I 'beta disseized of their rights improperly", their pea red. economical and impartial administration: of the But if I to write for the Herald,and James M. thereof bo published four months consecutively, ac

., remedy Ii an appeal( tn Congress for rcmunora.ttoo From Alacbda.-Louis ALDEICH PUITJP DELL,p Territorial Government: ;requiring u true and Gould is the nominal Editor, what thon HaveI cording tho provisions of the statute in such coses _______
mpd damages.. 'That c should treat the matter and I. B.: BLANTOK.! t laithlul account of all Tuxc Fines, Penalties, nude and provided. I' _______
GABRIEL l'lUESTV1LLIUI DBAAHCH Funds from School Lands and not the same rights and privileges us Pellrand J.H.BRONSUN. ,Judge &c. .
., ts a political question, between the Govern. From Marion.- 'I arising expend \ .
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eat ;.; 'menl*' w 'Florida and the Government ,ot the HENRY E.V.. CLARK# and JOHN (LREARDON. .1 1 .lures of public moneys. ; establishment. of'common Z>a7iir2and. (Ja.-1 and David' had! and ,have, with..... : May .---' S _ _
the :' i:y.iUled' Slates, ,and interpose by legislation for Schools. v a number of others thafl couia'rbtntiou l.aa'd. SuperiorGourtj. DidrictE..JEjL. ;; .>),.;, "'i" rlT' ",
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Irt snit. 'tbe prolecti'jn (if our citizens I in possessions. ,? .}'rQllJJlilJj ptp lo .lcgatca.. 4. .fooJr i,-That ftvition, of.tbo,.Laws of r has benotne-. rmre1rTfgbrtolRYtrro-j1nmlnnr'Ed': -""': T lNUlLctItY.Moso : ., : _
t :r jfc 9ttJ'rierlJC !a\H, Ih0.oulimes of From Denlon.-No Delegates.Frvm Florida: sliouldlaim the early attention ot the &' E. Levy eompUinanl, I _
itur it he chooses bo Mr. Thomas T.
h Bsilionjf.. isnould \ucdisjicsed; to take. I rewnh DutaL-.J. P. BELKHAP, J. II. McRoRT, ,.,islaIUrc. I to so, as TS. -
't .c J11J .to'you fellow.citizdns, to be upon the i JOSEPH FIKECAN and A. Cor. I 0. Resolved, That we arc opposed to the permanent Russell who by no 4inc, is considered the real Juan Bias Jo Eiitralgo, Charles Robioo 'zeeator- ofF -

uf ;.t;.. U \oa this qu tiol1. JustTco to lbe present! Frum St. Jofcni.-JAU ,ES' M. GOULD, JOHN M,I surrender of any part oV;l the Peninsula Editor t f th e News." .". 1\1. Arrcdon,LU aria 1.rredondo.Teresa M."Ar _
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diutbo bc.upant and the continued settlement of the FONTANEJOUN USINA, 1<'. L. 1&iicyJ.B.Cor.s, of Florida to any band of Seminole savages, and redoado.Dorotea Saavadra,Domiego La I\a.Francisco _ _
.d t t I cannot suppose that tho causes: which impel La Saga: Rosa 1\h Martent-z.Juana F. Mart _ _
eOUDlrl41'equiree the resistance of these claims W. P. DOVAL J. L. PDILLIM, W. A. FORWARDW. { thai tho stand taken by our Deiegniu on thissulject
to til We have the of with arid for the Ntits" managers to take so much ncz. Prnxidee. Arredondp, Fernando Arredond
,by! proper means.! means W.LORINB. meets our hearty approval, Pedro M. Arredjondo, Joseph HI\ Arredondo,Marl
", feetul.elfdefence- in a variety of legitimate From Mosquito.- No Delegates.from which we tender him onr sincere thanks. trouble about'me, can be attributed to any thing anna Arredondo, Inez Arredondo. Fernando Arr 0
mode, which I will not now advert to, but will St. Lucia.-:No Delegates.Tho 6. Resolrtd That the lion. David Levy our else than a patriotic desire for the public wel dondo, Francisco Arrndondo Gabiua Anredond

Itetiof .propose) for YC1ur consideration- when:J it may be. call for Delegates from Nass.au was d is- Delegate in Congress merits the thanks not only I fare. Sorely 1 then the course which they Maria Arrodondo,Mumiclla Arredondo,AntoniaAr _
tie necessary. I recommend you to be yigi- pensed with until Wedue..day moruing,in con-- 'I of cvt' y member of the Democratic party but pur. Manuel eph Arredondo,Catalina! Arredondo,1.0. 0(
.ltet upon tbisutljt'ct, as one of th'&oan issue sequence information having been received I of every citizen of the South for the spirited I sue towards me, must be in tlu- highest degree U Arrodouda" Isabel Arredondo, MarIa Arredond _ _

-: 'Von ,which is inevi'ablc. that delegation was expected to arrive durinj and determined: murder in which he urges upon 'I flattering to myself.t I have never: .nsp lt'd-to so Manuel *1.Arredoudo,Teresa Al.Fatio,Lenin Patio .O' _____ _
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1 p. "'t 'There" arc! st'reral other topics, my tell ow. the day. I the attention of ,Congress and the General! Governmeul elevated a station as is yielded! to me by these Cecelia Arredondo, Frederics Arredendo atui -
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;cltizenV! ,',which I desire to -advert to, but this"rpiiUbfcatIon The credentials of the above named Delegates .. the,violation ot the tenth article ot,the managers, and I cannot attribute their conduct Fernando Arrodondo. defendants. ___ _____
(.5.. '1 ; is already, I fear, too long foratyen1eut appearing' satisfactory,: they took thil;r Treaty 'of Washington in relation to certain i hatred AMENDED DILL IN CHANCERY.. '
*1.Ut perusal. Upon 'one or two 6t, them seats.A fugitiycs from Justicewho, after having c m.1 j tu personal for our daily intercourse for. i'r HAVING bceuinado to appear by offidatit that -
,1 sjudlad4re$ay'pu specially in a short time.- number of letters received from tho' Dole. milted murder and robbery in tho Territory of i bids this supposition. Is it then because I am _a a bill has been duly filed in tlys cause and that s :,
hs I n .i..hrlportQnce. .deserves a fuller cxposiiiou I gut ions of tho unrepresented' counties, were reai- Florida took refuge in tho British dominions ; connected by ties of consanguinity with the Editor sqbpoena haoJtcen duly isaued and it being alsojmad: '"
the ......J.admittt'dof\t present. In the course of and ordered tl) bo referred to the Com milieu 01 i a: ''for the surrender uf whom; a demand has been : of the herald I would not even* to appear that Joan Bloa da Entralgo, Maria &1. ArrdduDo"rcrcsalJ. ".. -
". ajrtanj'cc' here, daily opportunities occur of : Nominations when appointed. made by the U.'S. Government,. and ruftuod bio suppocthis. \ Arredondo Doratea Baavadra, ; :
Pu. I It must t-c then on political grounds ; and Doiiiiueo La saga; : Francisco Saga:! Rosa M.:Mar' .
-forwarding your local interests, which never On motion it was ordered that a committee 1 II the British authorities. jii.iua -
tinez, F..Martinez, Praziden,: C. Arredond.,
the 'fafl jo Improve..but'of which I keep no note, and consist of ono Delegate from cacti county represented !. 7. Resolved, That the action of the majority I this assignment of cause I would! put the mare Pedro M Arredoudo Fernando Arredondo, 'Joseph /
Which itV'OUId; tedious to detail. Like the be appointed by the President, to rc. of Congress in overlooking ,this shameful and t confidence in, for I have the evidence of its &1.Arredondo Manana ArrpdontloIneiArredond.' /
to, Jftoasandi-tIvulets wlich1 slightly mingling ex4. port rules for the government of this conventior I, wanton violation ot the 10th Article of the I truth. Break down Old Gould" has been the Feritando Arredondo, Frantic! Arredondo, Gabina /
ai |> ndintomighty HI' nt\! ,and8wt-l1 the ocean, and also to roport resolutions expressive of th e Treaty lately concluded bctwccn the U. States constant of the disinterested of Arredondo, !Maria Arredondo, Manuella'Arredonda. / ,
S 'IbesolllUe daily services, though unnoted, serve tenc:e of this convention. government'and England, i is not only fraught I song managers Antonio Arredondo.. Joseph Arrodondo, Catalina -
o.p.. .. *to teljtlic'' _tide of your progress and enlarge The following gentlemen w appointed 'the LI with much injury to Southern Institutions ; but I I the News," nud.then tho Herald will full, and ; Arredondo, Louis Arredondo.Liabel Arredondo*, Catalina 0'

p.p.. ,' 1h4gegitte! of public prosperity. Heaven committee, viz :-Louis'ALDRICH,JOUN G. REAI ili evasive ot Treaty stipulations unprecedentedin : then wo will triumph over Democrats, loco fo- Arredondo. Marti Arredondo, Manuel M. Arre '

;'i. k9r3InatI! possess no feeling stronger _than DON A..COY, ard JOHN' M.. FONT. NE. the history of enlightened government. co's Minorcans, and nil other opposers, and dondo dondo,, Tcrena Frederica M.: Arredondo Fatio Louisa, and Fatio Fernondo Ceeeilia Anedon Arr. .

a ,* tUy1| "'"a1itudo1010u; ; I and that I hold no object On motion, W. A;FORWARD was added. ,to aai d 8. Resolvd, hat1we request oursaid Delegate the victory will be certain and triumphant. do,so mo of the said defendants reside' oat of due >- S
4Wfer'$,qjWel"aao: : your prosperity. I know that committee. in tho name of the convention now assembled District: and in tim Island of Cuba, _
il 13 Impossible for any public servant to satisfy On motion the convention' adjourned,until. tomorrow Ito urge upon! the government the' necessity of Be nssurt'd,kind friends, that the Herald and On Motion of Complainants solicitor it"U ordered -
e. --'M:! expecuiions of all ; I know that it is impose morning at.10 o'clock.' enforcing the stipulations of the ,Treaty above its Editor need no other supply from me than' that notice be given by pnblication in one'of the -

I bleturanypUhic roan'to retairTunabated pop- WEDNESDAY,July) 10. referred to in relation to the said fugitives. 1 what is common with all those> who profess tho N'c\vpp.iper printed within this District, requiting S
1t. !;fvor> for any great length of time. It i is Convention met ;pursuant.to adjournment,an d 9. Rtsohed, 'l'hnt.we. look upon the rejection nit t1fendaUli to appear and answer complainant
. Ubepjcopta expect too much,, oKcharigc the minutes yesterday's proceedings wei e of the Treaty for the Annexation of Texas! as an sentiments disseminated through that paper. .bill of complaint within six months, othcrwiM' sail
tOof4dly?;U' bbecause no man is capable: of aP1t11ctporlomanco read., evidence of increasing hostility on the purl of J But if it should need my assistance ,i is there any: ,bill will betakon pro confesdoaenlndt them. _

of his public duties and Tho: County of Nu! sau was called upon f(>r the northern sat.! southern institutions-lhat law, human or divine that should prevent me Order entered, and cerlifjod, this I4tbday of Marsha J

lot *>iastsi tbereforo unfortunately, yet necessarily,' Delegates, but none appeared. ttienunexatiunol Texas is: all important to the from bestowing it. 1 am under Ibo impressionthat 1841. GEORGE FAIltOANKS: Clerk. -S _
I ,MW|>ptlntana| dissatisfy soma ; his because= no ; The commitiee appointed to report rules f<>r WIII being and integrity of Ihu,Union, inasmuch -- I -
.;0 u'rfcct, arid hi* imperfections omc- the government of his con vent ion, repot lc\l U 1C ns would deprive Great Britain of a position the News" managers arc labouring under Notice.S

1st 'i 'iocontrol and mis-lend his actions as: to in- following : ., which would give her complete control over the some sore d disappointment of former as well as nlWO Months after date tho Subscriber L Ad-" j
\popular rcbukp,and forfeit his claim to ", I' committed nppointcd'to draft rules f()r commcrco of the Gulf of Mexico and., permit of recent date. Their great patron Saint told JL minuttator of the Estate of THOMAS I..,as 8rsw U 4ART

f I "r. favor. And yet, the generosity of the thogovernment Ot tbs Convention, beg lea ro her to light up the flames insurrection! in the $nc sam?, years ago that it was resolved upon to will pre elli his accounts to tbejodga of the ;;.' ."L k t
.*heart w.i1Ilong and ever protect and ext Report : .,, South. break down David who had Coon Iy Courts of St.John's County f or: adjllatmeo ; ;,. k ; t
who failing in all that IS Levy disobeyedsome -.. -.'*." __ _
$ although "RTrLEJv'Inhere. shall boa committee al|,. 10. Revolted That we heartily approve of the 5- .B-COf.-; : ; ; ; '
,or erring in what U. performed,'show. J>.O inlod by'the President consist. of two, Dctg4t nomination made by this convention and instructions of the Life and Trust11 Bank',' -P.tllltka.June.18. J844., -- .. S S .. .. '1
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lire to: do.'JJteY.Q.;/ mpurposo to : tcs, frorrTHBach.:: represented. for tt LO pledge it undivided and active support, and and if the people had not made common cause, ;

C "it" tdJt* they do.Whatcver may purpose of nominating four candidates, for tt 10 recommend thQ ticket t1O-the unanimous supdort j!! they might have effected it. At that time livid Removal. -. 'IliR.
4. 'owe,you, a debt of gratitude neVer ;cnn te. of the party In tIm district. ;. I I their saint that could do it PHILLIPS has remny..j to hi* Son's boas..
a : coceaI i d.\ Whether in private or public RULE ,2. That when 4he candidates sha 11 The President then addressed the convention I patron they not ; and 1'- out door to Mr. Tucker's where be will bolt j' 1'-1
I wkalndividual agent or political rcprcscn- have, beCD'Bcl .cled by the Committee,. the ir in an able and eloquent-speech: ,' at large upon 1 1d : cheerfully united with the host of others to d :l- hit schooL : t
\ knowother wish than for their and ., His.office as Justice .of the Peace will be in the
; )!; bkIl never .names shall bo reported to the convention an Yhc subjects! embraced by the resolutions. appoint hopes expectations.It )

.._..btppiness". nor do other deed than for.) your I they shall be balloted for separately by tl:IC On motion tho following resolutions were : was then said for the first time that the same JuiyI.t,1-44.house -
..\ whole convention, und each county represcntc'd adopted. -
'"t."$.I .',. Your respccllul fellow-ciiizcn. shall be entitled to but one v.lc, and evtrycal::1- *11, Re&jleed; That the Sccn-tarics be requested Life and Trust Dank could not succeed till "Old Soda<< and Scidliiz Powders. I

''" lL '" D. LEVY" :. dilate, so balloted for, who shall receive ti ro to nddrvss letter to each of the Candidates I Gould" was ;out of the way. And these pure d'11WHl\UC SNUFF Liquid Opodoldi
'w.: :t cLLru1A'AiLzor4-Tho: : Ledger says, thirds of the counties presented shall .box 1. nominated, and inform them of their respective i and disinterested{ patriots held ,conclave afiur V Ucar'x Oil. ; Hair.Oil. ,Macrs. r Oil. ,-
dlriha't.city 'frequently ride out on hor e- I Milcred us a candhftttt':, ; duly chosen, nn1n..11n nominations,and'ask! their acceptance. conclave and fulminated most fn ely their abuse Tooth PowJor, Steel P b., Indelible Ink. _
I ,," nut protectors c\t the ether sex. The receive the unanimous support tifUon. t tMouv.i 1 12lh. Rcsalrcd, That Jdm1\J. 1"on180V.. A. I For sal! *at the Drag and Medicine Store, by _
t Jt1 if some of theo fair riders is aston- t JOHN M.\ FONTANE, Chairman." Forward and \V..\\'. Loring, be and arc hereby j I in the hope of succeeding in their main,object. -S .V: D 1 F. S. WELLF.tt co. .-,"" !

mg., They mount with all the elasticity of "Louis ALDRICH Sccretarj'K appointed a committee to prepare and Bullish The history oi. the past six or seven years will :. Notice -

Ine 4rppe of' them, whoso horse ran away Which was read and adopted. an, .:address: lhe Dcuccruts of Castl-'tcrida.I tell how well. they have succeeded:-but I may! i S HEREBY GIVEN, That TWO 3IONTIIdat F _

.==uckflrmIY in the saddle until.the anntcfed A committee consisting. of'two delegates fro m and nppCUtto the ame the! rcsoiulious passed! 1 may tell the "Aierrs" managers; to let me alone 11 J1 <:r date the mbucubcr as Administrator of the -' .
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I\ a wagon, which be leaped, each county represented was thcn.nppqintcli t y and ssnclioned by this convention, five hundredcopies I and do the. biddings of their patron-be content I II 1'L.tatc of': ASTO.IM Mica, deceased! will present his .S .
\ 1ken4ribr a dexterous turn of the ,rein she the president to report to the Convention f tl]1C of which shall: ,!be printed and distributed! accounts the Hon. Judge of the County Court. fur I _
houseuud of four suitable t to be nominal, .1l counties of the Eastern District to enjoy his subsidies-and obey: his mandate to .
hlrnUp *the wall of.a gay. names persons )::d in the scn I' nrijuHiii' nt; and notice U hereby further-given. that ';
.L.vuped I pihe ground uninjurrd. She was IcdJldJt)1Ding ns candidates for Senators by this convenliur i. of Florida. establish .." A Native American Association". in dlX MONTHS lifter d.tI91 will npnly for a final -- _
house, while her animal was The following delegates. constituted.said cor I-). 13, Resolted, That that the thajiks or'this Convention I I.Florida.: E. B. GOULD. 'dismi" : al as AduiiiiHtriitor. cf wfaict all persona. '
'!$" T romo gentleman. >- f' mittce : bcprcscnted to the President, Vice Presidents -I 0:.. -' interested witl pluaje! to tnke notice. ,
J12jdy'wcaring a gold pencil case, sus- F. L. UANCY and JOHN!.!. FONTANE,of St.Jobi!is. nn:1 l Sccrytr.rios, for the .Iac! and sat sfacI I For Sale ANN MICKLER. Admin'r. S
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I. B. BLANTOX and Louis ALPRICH of AlachuaJoJEru ::I, nmnner.in. : which they have discharged April _
lroma-gold chain, appeared to be ex- tory f/i til \ i lot S "ciukr! vain or the ornament by frequently FINEGAN, and J. I'. EI.1AP, cf Duva I. their rfsprctivij duties.: f. Ji. property of'Ihe I-'ernnndtz family, Sou li of Wll-LJAH W. M3III.AFTOHNEY \G
J",,'6 'b and handling it.J A !entlcman obstefpcd A. COT, nd) .IJ. McRoKV, pruxkv: lor Colui 11- 1.1. Resulted, That the proceedings' of this j {Irs. George Anderson's residence.! : ,
.I g J1 r. ; to her and inquired, bia. Cpl1\'c:1tiun be signed! by the l'rl-f tlcur. Vice I Apply lotlto'suh.-'cribcr.'tircut! for i'ia vJ01IN1 opt iet'IU. AND COTJNSELLOILATLy. __
It. '1presuxc: up bclon to Pencil'.vain- The committee retired, and the convent!.[cm Prccidrnt! t, and See r. dries, and a copy be furiiUdto'h I I EAR 0. r : Sr. AVGUSTINE EAST FLOIII ___
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:' .TERRITORY FLORIDA. '
[ Of the City Council of St. Augu'tine. regulating .. 1844 whichif P.INT'S & DYE STUFF'S, ST'') Tra- Candlesticks.' tt.t
I 11f: & "': AT ,.CD Al1 BF..rs. .' of the Public I Florida, on the 31st -Mnrch. .c1 A RS. Bn up.&

; : ;(;ml.f' aniruJihe Iiirentary and /4yprotsr/nen/, inCln1cl Footway('ilr,,improvement. known'a* Monument Sqtme.Be Square not inken out in three months will be sent To be Jiadal :the New Dry Good _, Fruit Kmve,'Snnffersand' Tray*. C.1aaot '
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D Pot. 'German silver ,Snon.
t''t' Washington
I, t' i ii rrrotml by the Mayor and Aldprmcn of nid to the Dead Leu Office, ,. Establishment Liquor 1'Shovels.T.ng. .
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:' i ii :in the maller-of mutate of Jwpb \VctJrutf.'Iate of cilY, baL it .h.,llbe lawful,aud it is hereby permitted. C. : Knives ,
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: I 1 :;t. Augtistiuc. in said CuMy' ec'd.! fin tlie owueis or occupier. of the lots facing the nor- A ,: Irwin-John COfSliTllfG 1t THE FOLLOW ISO"ABTICLI* TU; pieces; by etl.CoWO_ :
Jloe..Sad
I having l.eeu. filed I Ihtrein' by THOa aid to make Atwell KAndrew Mace Iroiia.Compoj'uioa Te"K4t
t .' A, ,PETITION : them side O.f quare, a public footway. African Cayenne Small Naallamo.er.
I '# / MiIoizdLu, Adnunistraior, A-c. oftho Ksinte to begin at the north wtutcorner of said fqoare aud Francis Sen'r i Kaple Mrs Aloes &hine ia. Cutlery.. ,Co.trC8 Mil'

: : ; .tores.iiJ, set>irg f rtli, asvionsvoiber thiiige'" ;' ihnt It Georgestreel.. running thence south niueteen feet, Avice Mariquilla, I Kelly Fernando G Antimony _.' Calcined Slate Pencil Comtnoi.JUarbfes. Colored -ilS

1'< *-rtMnungro mat named:Titus. i hm becu inventoried die nee faMwardly and parallel! '.lthitmti. Chnrch pro- BIJreJier L Arrow Root Manna le!*, Can Flints German Box1 Mills, .do:
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I I' und nppniscd ns bebjiging 10 lid Estate: which ftidi petty lo Charloiie street. F 'I. ', Loug'Jaue M Arsenic : Mustard German Locks together with a general- .

i i' :; iventory! and apprais'tn are now of file'ili< 'thi AIM that it thall "lie lawful, ana il is I IxreSy permitted ,Brower Bdldnin LawlonViIliam I i Aqua Fortes .Mnddeh Hardward Cutlery- and_ German Good.atKeait. iV'tB.E.CAHKA

_', ,:.I.rI. and that iuce the tiling (hereof the said Titu ,for the ownent or occupiers of the lob fnciug Burrows Marurr>t C Locke Mebncthcn I 'S Ammonia Matches I Cfj ,

'. lu* btj daiuicd.bj DUoJUenjiViii D. Heri'it, ,of the southern' aid of 'did square, t lo make a public IJptoriann Mrs. 1\1 PlufVitrol Nut-alls j Notice 14f
I I t.'hulet-tJin'i'rfot; ih'Carolina; as Trustee atd on be- foot-way to 'begin at the south went 'corner of said Brown WiIIlaluIo re Chas D Borax Nutmegs : '- ,. t, '
:, ."':' 4\ 'h tf ol'JnJNti; d VVoodruff-nd Christiana,Woodruff square and'eurgc street, running thence norrh to a UrownRJB Martin Susan Bath Brick ', Nipple Shells ALL persons indebted to the estate, of d* Ufu, ,

t. and CbiiutiHoa Henot.late Christiana Woodruff point on a direct Hue from row of trees in front; i. '\v en Jack I Masst JohnMeMahon BaNoin Copavi Oil OiiVe are hereby ,called,upou tojnakt;: "
"; ;.: Ii child reoflh .aid; JoS''b.WooJiulf.| dec, and his B.A. Putnam' hi. llience eastward lyoii said direct Beor'Surah I T W S Tolu .. Neatsfoot ment to the undersigned, (who U,duly! aoladr

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- \. d : .'t under certaiu, Derd of Tr.us; : and that said claim tal street. Betspy care of Mrs Smith; MelU William Blacking Paste Peppermint said esIateare notified topie.seottheiproper1j

: t.. !' I nd.' frently la 4wbarr3tc8hIuI the said, :Tbotras And it liall be lawful for the owners' occupiers Barton A i Mellett Dr James S LiquidBatcmaus AnniseOlta tbentic redvitb n the time preseribetTbrinr .}
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:;-, :/ ', ," DJu&aiintheAdrnii4ratie4tOftIIe.1idetat0at14' : of the aforesaid Jot.to erect J posts or .plant trees, on Bowers Emily C 'Mason Nancy drops of Rose they. will be forever baired. rfis-'

': j t. Q.b Mig.thercforo moved that hlJ md Beijamin I). the iimgin ofwid fuolwajs. and at nch distances as BraUon: C 1. Mitchell Michael Black Lead Oil Spruce G HUAlPHREYS.Atlonwy. :K.
-,'0' : Jlerio't'an'd! ali other persoos oncer iiPd. do, *b w may bn ,.e'-e
i 1?! :''': T cause .Oil a day to bd named, ,'hYhL said inventory it shall be lawful, and it i is hpreby rI Baker rfterryBlvdenburg' fittingly,Dr. Thomas Pearl Barley: I -

); 14M'_ ; uud aplI.tU..nl iuAutJInended.! Jiad the I mitted, for any inhabitant to set uul and put upon aid I II \V. C. Merrill Nathan F 2. I Caslor Oil C. Pw Perfumery large assort- ; POTATOES< ULt. n-, CABAGEJ2DULI.__. i -,; "A"
I .' i 1- nauie f the!. sanl I,ner!> iua<(;Titus bo stricken I thiroifJtu. -I. sqnara any PIth ornamental trees or shrutibery as he Bunt U'C"tlre ""- 'l MuirisfieldJohn'FBarnard I Calomel .C'. ,.- ment of.lr.ttfuct.t. l O : :,r.-

<"I : .:'; which uiotiuu is granted aud. il ,i is accordingly or .h* may feel disposed tu set or put ou', Proti'ltd E F Murphy Henry Cuhloride f Li-n JCareway Pill Buie- p ': 1 .A.' .C. ...... 8-
';" bet.by.. ; I.houeter,that 4aid lree shrubbery, shall be pi need Boyd JohnUoutwcll Magee Patrick 4 i Seed Pam c<) Stone G00r .. bbag u .
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.r.-L ORDERED, that all persons concerned .ju -ai.) Estate i ill such shape and form as shalljke directed! by one of Lle'll. wl1rd Mnltiugl/ Thos Castile Soap Paint Brushes -A fine! supply of a Snake (iardeir-Si "|
orlnviugor pretending to have any claim thereupon the AMcrniMi.Pa C I\J I1hleuburg P CantharidcsCarrosive Hrus iau Blue *
f do appear befure this court> be Imldeu in the .; cJ iu Council Jannay: 22d 1P44. Christment Joseph I Mitchell RohertNicholson ublemen QuuickilverCnmomile nldby. B. E.CAItR.'lC.,

: City or Augusiine, in said County ou the tat W A. }'URW ARO. Mayor. Crane C ?J C 6; N Flowers Rad.Gi'l eng City Ordinance. J1'"

ilonday.of Jttueuejt, commenting at 10 i'eork.! A. Altt s', P. B. DUMAS, Clerk of the Council. Crane Abiahatn : M
_ :,I. of that day aDd here bow caiiw if ItIlY they cl land J hu C P Rad ,
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AiiOrdinance Cloveo : SaripnrilliCourt of the pour Ihfim.IIU'Alle._and. desitut Q4'
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:13ve or ran shew why the said Inveutoiy and ap- Ctkniores B M Pellicer t.
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Planter Jw'. Brimstone within the limits of the and whereas
- ; Irai4runIIt fhould met be ami.ided' arrecable 101M For the proterlioi of the PuMic Squire known as CLr e Lt.J DC Porch Jesse A Rad Chalk city V.

: J nyt-r oftbe 'petitioner : and lint a copy ef Ihu ot'er Monument; Square. Public B'lildiugt nnJ oilier lu land M C Pvrry LvnautCorcoran Confectionary Corks Rice G nPr is without a fund for their,relief. ,

be published oice a week for"tbi'r week. in M me public (property sud public-atreels within lue city Nicholas i: Preston-John R Cream Tllrtarlffron / Sec Ji He it ordained by toe Mayor' and At '

Public NewtpapeVprinied in tliis city and tunt one of SL Aiigui"liii3. Campbell Mr. I I'orierJoeph W aleraiusChroiie of the City of Augustine, That ,Ibeie :* : .
t I erlt; y'ofsaid Newsnapei onlh l1.ng aid order be lie it ordaiurd by the Mayor'Qud Aldermen of the CI'IIIL'illiam Parr Jnl.uPe Cubebs 'WaxChrome e levied and collected annulaJy for the nt of.\
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\'. Relit ieaeh'ond eye I! person known t.i tisve any iutcrc Jityof::4t..\:.gIttt me, that if any person or person Cody Edward:
':: t1n'lor.whohn' or, pa-tends to. have nny claim lull climb: upon ih! Ireo,girdle,cut or break or shall Colt GeorgeCogile R Green Sedlirz Powders inz tax to wit. _

I .: sipoutheitt;! } ecu ie: in any mxnm wilfully injure) the trees or .brutJoJ. (.r | Henry F' 'i ken P W Ccheneal AII"lt. Sodi do Ev: .*ry'two,wheel pTeasnie carriage one dot! ,
Emery
Giventimer'% iiamlat Chiiiiiien! iri ihesaid CiIV hdll Jig. up tIlt .oil or injure' time gras now growing Clelacd Mara aD : Reed John Snuff ; Every four wheel pleasure! carriage 'drawibi i rlJl

I r- of St.'AusUJliiw IMi'firs'.day ofM 1.rr.h:A. U. 1344E. .ir stniidinie or which ui"y be hereafter gtowiig or I: Reid Kit: Ex Logwood horse two dollars. H
k :. B (,OULI). landing in naid "Public Mjuire, or any trees which Epsom Sails Soap fancy
: Dunham Robert Roger Alexinder Morphine Every four wheel pleasure carnage drawn: 1'i
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". ". ': Judge of th- Ctmiity Court may be no v growing or finding or hereafter grow- I DnmmtMt Mrs.Dummett Roe Alexauder Sulphur bores of niore three dollar qSe
i V-/' .' ,' oft.J'1n'sCuuutw. iu public; >trcct of said: city he or she if a unite Flax-Seed. Spuge
any FranceS S R'dudelfVanAlJaucgan 1
I ) Mr Glue Sassafras .,2. Be it or llined, Ac-. That for IJte.'etlStl,t
A true copy. >ers.>>hl11l1lUtrltr! fine or imprisonment or both or if J I 8 Arabic lead and impartial: assessing and levying said taz.ii.j
Clerk C. C. .i freo negro mulatto! or ,r-uue. ,Guu or iiii)$ ri p. B.DUMAS, Sibbald '
I UoI\'i. J"c.b RDnnieU Charles ., Opium qui'lsI. bu the duty of every u\*uer of any of said anjai
0. :. JAlAli.ia"nnnall .. .> whipping- or tJ-th:1 the discretion oftheMa. or tudAldonnen. I JohnDelespijieJ Shinnon Joseph Sbiilac Sup C,rb SodtA upon application to them being tnatie by tbo._)
P Shields Dr J L }Maishal give in to aid City Matshala. OCl r '
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II afoetida cal Soda |..j
and rioritla ..1'ackctFOK 12. Be it further ordained by tin au'hority afro ,
: !. ,. Dougherty Addison Smith Geul PS ., Sulpl- Quinine count of any such carriages they shall be the owptt: ar
: I PALATKA.( :. tJ'I.J \) .tei.i that if au> per ou or rons4ihall iu any in-inner Diincau/rhoiuas: care oi]; Stacy: E G II Myrrh Prngacanth Saratoga Water of. and that upon demand being made fur said'lax'( -did.

Di'RIEN. IUWNS II'JCK.S1. UAKVSJJCK.&OSV1LLE mutilate, ir.jiire, dN'tnier or destroy any public I E Stephens AII I' Syringe aid owner thereof said owner shall payjh.sms"Upon .

,_ :- BLACK CREEK A PICOLATACARRTI.VG P"lnl'.I1.kel IIOU-.B or ,property. within' or appcr Everton Walter D .2 Smith Mrs P S. I Honey Senegal Strengthening Plaster I failure 10 paT iaid tax,for the tarznofiei '

-li THK U .. MAIL TO THE .uuv.t PI.ACK-I ainjng to any 1l:1rkeUUlillt, Buoks recorjzu, work-j KverSu: Mnrrij It Sranlon Hugh Hair Powder Sash tools after said rjemaiid: it shall be lawful ortht"CIt1

'nsniliE!owners of, SteameraT LiTHEWS lug tixtl or implements; of the city, or UPV property ] Ktberede! Charles DEwing Scon>ar John 'Scammony shal! 1 to Itf-y( (;.rterord r given! fn writing tdtbl( .
'" .u. .'tiaTe' chartered a' tp.ltubual Iu lake hid place' whil'j used or employed b, the city. any public inn! : Uni'le' 2, Sayre & Payne 2 Indigo Ink I Ponders Spanish. TartaricAcid, by the M>jor) ihe amount, o11hezoodsaidchsttdj.orlauul4311ul .

_ ',("'llioir Boat while undergoing lepaiis for a few ding or pubiif property or any property belonging r Scion Gf'1I 2 S. bottle Tamarinds 4in tenements nfgaid owo!". jt'ec. : '

tiipH oiiry." 10 any church oi Kdiooru ithin said city.or kliall In any Fail William B I Smil.h Peter Sken Indelhble Toot- Crushes r>: Be it further ordained &c.. That jt. '
", i Th's' Bont will !leave Savannahoillie ohave nimod '111.11 sltr .btriivtilie piiblicefrcets of said city hf, she Foiestcr.HinnerFiilf.n Ilrnin Robert A & R Venecia Red be the duly of time City Mnrthil tn report C

I I 10''cp' ,every Saturday at 4 o'clock P.' flLi.vin* af- or the} jlwlmie: ball nlr.r fine or imprisonment. or (al.t Wm M Spear John It A Isinglass BUck Verdigris cr, nil t uefaulitrs_ under the lJJllvi.wca te.thaaJ -
Boats frnm CI.airIeloii. On 'lnrrsluru'will ttotli. '? ifcuoied: !ons. fine or imprisonment orj I Ivory
:, Mr theJinival of the ptr Ferria W G Stocun Win TTeaodale Vermillion lJall e.isnd ijwt! if any per *ball [
i, '. ? leave Pabtka overy Tbsrtuy morning' whipping oi both at the discretion i of the-Mayor and l'l.Il situ John M T Jalap Jujube Paste ViaIJI'cr.c to sivn in at7 account of any such C2rrisj. tjj-jf ..

.1 ,::' : and PicoUta same day at It o'clock.; M. i\lcI.rn.pu. (i Henry R 2 Wafers b. the owner of. or shall give in a faLse and 01
Tn'w Bnat will arribe ill Sav.iun.ih every Thursday 3. DC it further ordained by tha authority afore
,r 0_ ;II lima to connect with ttiv Cnaile Uiu Uuata\\Ju.h that il yh.Uue Uuful. and il ihereh) made the *pernl ( Mrs C Thorn, Robert II Liqurou.* Rout Wrappiu Pcper I the ?.1ayorand.kenuian may impo
:. > ..'.11 we the sntue ceniig: dui) of lli* City Mjrbh.il! in the diy-titne. and the Goodman Samuel M Taylor Cl.;rJp* 2 lodne Wiibi.g ? aid ne hall notexrced Ibe sum of ttndoF.: f.
j I:' PaiIR.ge fiom PaUtVu Picohta, md Black! Cre-k Patrol! at uisht to aire>t.any nrfndrr aiiast tins 1 II 'f\ lor C MK( Black, White wax paper thnt said! fire shall be levied,.in nlC\DnerA.t' hsreabs 1 ti.! .
15 Por Ft Pas ordinance amid briu 'him or h2r i.J before the hyor .' Lamp .
( i;:; _through tn Cbnrleston. eight or llutchirunn; Jn L. TumerS A 3 l.anciis Yellow Ocre fore provided.- '1
: 'j -, '*.u"UPIly CaptMeNelty, oil boardor to to be dealt \ till ac'orJitig: to thu ordinance ; and if I Iioii4lon Geo. II. 3atapar'Oil Yeast Powders Sec 4 Be it fnrtherordained &c.. That, tf .:

JAS: B. COLK=Agenl. Pnlalkn ; i any Ult'luhp.rofthe patrol or the City Mar.ih.il, shall Holbrook Dr Mllenicr ..II" TalbolMmKV The above for sa'e on liberal,-tCI m in large oi diiripce is t(> take effect on the first day of Jauaasf 1
1 \A.'COLLlNf.Aient. Bl lnck Creek; knowingly permit any offender. h-jreul tit go without nn J Pinkney Van Hook & Vtiiishan small suit bv lr.44Passed Dec 4. Irt4t.: i'4aJW. .t
to purchasers '
> FERNANDEZ1"& Ilk BEE. being urrev'ed: or re polled they ahal'.suO'cr!! flue or imprunuuie qnautities ,
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; r !!urlt'Y Juhu :5 i :elllr..C-lI Dec. 4. G BURT.& CO. CUR\ !
: __ .. AgenlJ..ckKouy"illo. t "llh dpreion, of the Mr and Alder Iloutton Henry > nialnnsi! Catalina 1'. R. t DUMAS.CIeik. h..D.U.rJ1d

-V_ T- .. Gr&jl9j II. !_ : i a}'. u tn., Parsed- inCouncil.January 2'lll.J4. I S Vau I'auenmeli,l 6 T&TlmuIT.:
r WAI. -FOUXVARD.. Mayor.AtteiK. IllarrillYilliam I. W An a !orfhicnt* "r-UTanf. borkJancf statIonery jnst N treea :28
1 1I P. B IU.VIAS. .k of I.e! C.mucil.. &
GEO. HURT, & Co. ... Crjfllel sale W.IT -5
Wright'iJ1illm received and for by
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I :'' RECEIVED: per ;chr. Hope : The Planter's BSotcE, HiAvard Alexis I Wunhineton lltnry ', Dr. F.- WF.LLER.. & Co.SIJriug 5 tin sub. ..i'fr .1* iiiuitraior ofllm '&

I. l' ,,.J'Iiusiby. ". \ a desirable: nirutmeiit. of .; ST.AUOl'dTINE-EAST FhUUIDA.THIS lIen Herbert ric!Gilbert WiJ'jlIu'8.V..ltkd..JIII JamChk, 2 3 Goods. ANi'tiMO. I1Ut.I1'ecu.sed: ; iill' f 1::
Whipple
; ( his nccounU to tint llo-iorabtf! Jrid ifcf thvCou'l
FANCY !
: -STAPLE.. AND l.s'r.\ I.ISlnJU\'f. 'he finest in. Hailnway, Geo \VVtlrd' 1I WatretiHIM CORGI' BUUT& Co.) a'e received per Sch. 'for nihf iMiice' ( .
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,. .:,.u.,,. ,' ., GOODS the CIf}'.fJilibly cituateilon two fir the priiicipal William U. Whit -Jnnc5 II Marion, direct from New York, n dpsirabu! a- given that SIX! MONTHS aHM-ihte bP.rby'wilfapptyfrt!:
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.'. >- : .tKfUand wiltiiu Jv yaid of'he Iniision George : Walton ChamiceyHoiKton ortment of Spring Goods, comprising n finaL iui-sal ns s.jid Adinii .t..tnr.1 \.IIi '
I' Pub'ic Square, and nrurth* pnunenaJu of the !e" Mri George Wailvn Elia A beautiful variety of. printed iwnaand Muslinx f,r "
.t I ; :. _p9NsITIc' O FA ill persons iiit.-resifd will pTen! Intake notiee. is
/ behntifnl\ariciyuf \VulI hnving 'been filed up nt g:< at ,expnirc is now I J Washington Col l..IIdi"I"lJre" : JOHN M. FONTANE.Jnnc2i Ad1DiulllU'lltt .
: ,' ) PRINTS,4'ink : op.n for the reception (>f visitoM. 1 he proprietor !i i J>>iilvin< Jamcx II Whitner Bcijamin F. Calicoes of the lattst 5t)II' ;
.-, and White Ta.ltcni MUSLINS : linn used every ddijr/nce. to render hN e lnbli>hiiirnt'1' Jfiikim L wiJ'bftt"n Jo!eph W. Drab d'tie, merino 'and a fine article of black cloth > ," .4

c \ :... i Cotton.,Madras and Linen Cambric IFOK'FS ; as free frmit the nouo of a public hu'ue a. possible ]I Jones Alfred II Woster F S.Wi.odrnff for geutlemeiio coats and p.mts : Notice .

..iCotton HOSEi GLOVE : S.un RIBBONS ; and to give every Hccmiunodatiuu and comfort the: ]I Joseph Cassimcres and cambroous ; ,
GiimeUwHc.SUaPENDERS! ; AnMiriiMilMPS; country ntForJi. Ho irtt-ns thit in c
t tio- \y.oiSILK ; a bwiuiiful I article .fUUH8- will ronui uu to reReiteno niiicii u f the pubnc patron I, Mivehu3ht 1 Tweed cloth ; Black and Ulu'; sutiu, abeatuiful :5. an ii tcrest.of one thud in ear.li of t healb1q tiBail

: Neck STOCKS ; Wormed CAPS nud LACE ;. age of invalid* and stranger us. will rliable him lolo lIoruncfll of 13Ie.IIH'I vest ings; Lots iluiti din North city, and d u'u nailed ia'i'

11-4 Utieo SHEETING, : BLNKBTS ; sustain the low price HI which he (hits ventured to Drugi and llledicines.I Linen cambric Hdkfs; Cravats ; .,1.11I thereof made by J.imo.s 31. Gould. SurvUt l

'. \. CRAPES( ltdeAirlihipnlon ; Oil SILK ; entertain th'in. Tho tab'e! is roi-Plnirly supplied R. F. 3 WEL1.ER: & CO. rcp.clfulv! an- Ladies black and cold red glove*; .' A",and Nun 3, 4. 5. 7, H.9. JO. 1 1. W. ; :(

BleacnM &. Brown SHIRTING : with the cho'clit, finh and game, with ubi'-h our water lionise to the iiihalitans of SI. Augusiine and ALJo..ilk and Lisle thread glflve8 ; 1 h..16 13 19. 20.:21.22. .U.. .23.27.2J...

i BrVwn. HOLLANDS ; Swin MUSLIN ; atid w-nids abound aud no piius will be xpired iu tieiuity ,that they haye, opened a Drug.and tuiedictile farooet muttlingjt,whirling sheeting ; Tlii iuterf M dtJivetllo thr- 8Uh CFltJ r ads4es

t ..' lau.ii. OLM'Elt Carpet BINDING ; In rendy( the may of th">
1 Togiiih'er'with: an'a'Snr1ml"nt, of ThiHiHlM. Nen- th.*ir patrounse. romforuhh' and ple&Fant. Th3 Hnr l.iMiihincnt, nfl that thiuuy ha\e on hand a general assortment Coarse and fii.e Irish Linens Osnaburg's. whalebones Cou n ty. dcrra.ed, wt.o acquired; tha ram*' bypsI'

i.' ,-dle*, Hook- and Eyes. Writing "per. IVifuumy connected with the etal>liUuientM, supplied with I of Drug Medicines.. Perfumery. &c ride anil bark: <*omh4.cotton ault.ik! lio-Ury cIiKO Oom Gtm. Peter S. Smith-and all ps "''

.' 4tk purses'bed rope. Placing rani*. Bridles mid the'choirnst Wines and Liquors of every de'crip on. '1 h'') beg I le"v to as nre' the public that their stock AL O,-A. fine article'of boots of.the latest style.Togeihei cautioned against purchasing of said LoU,.ils'
/nary thpr.articles, which iu addition our.former The pricM "rh"rlillre very moderate. i of foods is fri-ili. ban t been selected with great care with many other nrthlf' in their hue lo out the'consent of the subscriber 1i/ftr.

l' 'Vtock constitute* a> ninpela! asfortmeut of all kind Jnn 1H. 1814 I in the city of New York,. and will be constantly re- which the attentioo of their friends Bud the public JOHN F..PECK. .
for market aud will 1 be sold _
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i f goods.required plel1i.hed. are respactfully invited. Fcb.3J. 1844. J

t., : prices tn 'uu.1 the limes**, Geo. I.,. Phillips The attentinn of planters and settler !i" respect- A beautiful varietyiof printed Lawns. and martIns t 41i

J t ..''J.t7th13l4.: JUSTICE OF Till PEACE: AND NOTARY fully in\iud to tIll>establishment which it i is presumed fur ladies dresses ; NOTICE, i'

J ir -, 'i'.L Clure on UniTer iili ,ni. PUliLIO.nt thfy wiilfind a uiattrjr of convenience aud advan Calicoes= cf the latest tfo.) "' IX weeks after due we will apply to &LiUa aWt 'IL'
TILL 'end touhlbui4uuIeFscour.ected with thene GEO. BURT, & Co. S"
'. (lage. J udge of the Couutr Court ol CotumbiaCir'
# : 'ECTURLS' UItra-Univcr'dism.Edition, By Rev. Y Y Commhlson.lie: will .lfO execute all writings On hand n variety of the standard patent medicine St. Augustine. March'18th ,144.r ly (Jellers: of administration; on the e.lide.r JiMtfc.
I;. A':Wilson McClure Fourth enlarged. in his hands with and : :
placed neatness currect.lI..tllI. *. which are the following Keeu late ofsaid .
: among eouD.y'Dtc.
of lee- OF THE SURVEYOR GENERAL
OFFICE
.j 1isepeftrHuce' ofa. fourtn edition theft lHE i: .
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te, PilU Cordial :
Godfrey's 1\1\RGARtTKEEN :
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ametter tati faclion doubt JL OF FDOR1DA will in obedience lo at
I'i 'turei'iii vf high lo u",asve
His loiigczpcii--u in these Officc will be trusts D,.lb\'s CaFmioatiye, Hooper' Pills JAMES DOUfiLAFSAHFsitorO
j, not it.will lo the Chrittll30'public" They are the Executive order uud'.r the hand of the President nl' '
,, :.produrtion of a' mind .nbrewd di Hi Court lit in -
fayTh* Saturday Hirlaem Oil. '
Opodeldoc I
every
of the. ludicou with cnntainrd in thtmn
logical gifted with a keen proccpiiun and iu conformity sup gutions acommunication
i month-and hi, Office ill on the basement door of Swaim'ii Panac:1SWII"nts.. syrup of wild : DR. GLOVER'S *
> ai.d severe powers; of satire. The author i i. from the commissioner of the General
I 4 Mr*. LoKiitc's IIon-e. 'Liniment cherry.isrinap1u.u .
;' I ''idonily! m' ,sU-rof bi. sul1lct. nn3 grapples il, "ev.1 I St. Ai'gutine :;.0th March 1844. !liny'! ,. .run.-. 3iorri.. on.'s .imum.'I'usuhiuigtoui'iu *.>-.' Land Office of the 10th October, following, .he removed VEGETABLE AGUE .AIM.
- perfect. ntaoline'*. like ""e \ho "uconfidenl in Balsa McMunn'sEllxer cfoHenry's from Tallahassee to St. Augustine and.on the
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; i umverof truth uud his own renource, \ilh nothing I Law Notice.THESUBSCKlliKRS cat ir.ed 24th day of February 1844. M which place it will be FEVER MEDICINE*
of the rc ,'r\r d and timidity beiruyrd by u.J&u) cocrovep have formed ia. : Mag-1 piuall.IIc established soon as tim archives can be transported A CERTAIN' AND SAFE CURE FOR vatU'

\ < !.htfi, who n"ver.do batl'e uu on a frre rctrent I. a en-part- genuine j to their proper destination AND Fr.VER. IN ALL ITS COMPLICATEFORMS.
of and will will give
VVe LAW praci rr I(!. Weller his personal attention lo
firmly V.Y.CON'VAY.March .
iu'ca.e"or'emei'eucy. EFFECTL'ALRE3JE1I
beopeflIbTheh' i ia i i"T the a.v.ri.I :Miperi Courts of the Eart'rii the di.-peufing of medicines. ALSO AN ':r i4.
bel;nve thit no man 'his ever followed him in hi* delineations I 3. Surveyor General. FOR ALL THE VARIED FORMS OF INWMITTENTAND
Di-lrict of ri.tnd.i.; 10 wit, in .t.. counties 'f Jst, 81. "u I"line. Nov. 7lh Ie43. .
and become atiiversalist afierxvard I ,
; n ; REMITTENT FEVERS.
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JohnV, Muiqnito.I U.mi. Nnsau: Alachua. HiPsboouxh I
:: 'BctIlD It oider.'rtte For Sale.AN .
For Sale.Scvrral 1"
,' and 'id uiibin. mid' in the CouK.trr CoURia i
.' irony i i. falallr* culling; eveiy stroke druwlh of :t. Julua'il.Iaelaul., and olnhll.ia." Lettcrii.or, tracts of tho must fertile lands in ELEGANT pair ef watt broke MULES. CERTIfiCATES.r\ ,,.
: ,.- Ilfe4eoed.rbe! 'lectures bunmiis
J> diix-trd A. Forward St.Aiigiulino. ; are by .iDiiteti
I!4f' :i: t.uiiimied." throughout; the hngoage \\i direct! r.iry.vrticVhnd will he sold a bargain. Enquire of I hereby certify, that my wife was :
t, Limi. Aldrich N ville silu\led' '
't.1i1) 'ptti ted. Non'.tI mind in ".kwiidrrd or wnao' or lo They are eligibly will be March JOHN HEDRICK. e.i'.l! and fevr,which continued tot soe1. ,
1 I could\ hue produced I just such a work."I'urft'l II 4 ; Forward and Aldrich at eitltrr? place. Bninewconn'i sold It bargain. For terms nod particulars en-, ,, i]pncured a,Box of Dr.,O1 vr'* ,Azuijist'
!<,lto either ,'i:1 receive, the atteuliouof both. "
: Christian'Mirror.Tnis : December quire ofSeveral JOHNS HEDRICK. Porter, Ale, Cider; Wine; &'; ; arrested tbecfai iindf-verlcs ate1yai i
f' work U ime of the keenest. and most IMJICI! hi 8W.WILLIAM valuable h )uscs and lots in this city Casks. Qls. London Porter. enjoyed perfectly good beaJih.iBCeJlh.thm3-.J .

:I. r ittiiei upon tLiiveratium "ever i iuned Horn the A. FORWARDS AMJKICII. fur i.de low, enquire JOHN HEDRICK 3 5 do. Pis. do. do. r1: url uvy "friend .and neighbor liavi tioCeP1'ta :' .*.

New'EnglAnd prea" We doubt whether A. vxoik Jan 15' I 3 do. Qts, Scotland AIo. -ki>d iu, ih'j mnie unnner, and br ii J advic"W

was exer pnblitbed in ihi r.nuu'ryblch li". b<*en a i -1'0 all whom it iiiny concern. i 12 Baskets. Huchnor Chimoapne.at: ralai'', tided lh- Mine PjlT and in every instance V **S :t

.. our. aof RO much niort'i!'icatiou, and in*'itric l>l- tu- 1 >U. .\X 3IUIIIMY. \ AiJniiiiuiralrii wf tl.e (- Notice.S :' B. E. CAnn & Co. Irippie iffert.; ,In all eases a cure has been ***

I p.1.in to the Univeru1itt. :1SII! ...u.... Wet tatf Ahiln, At kt ii-on. lcrca-ed. Jo h.ieby HEREBY ( V1. That .at the next .ternzf St. Augustine,2J April!. 1341. by the iue of single Box of the Ague Pillit
t adi" tSose who have situ reid them t.J -ixtil them, five NOTICE. Ibid nt tIme .ittitigii of County Court ol El. the Coauty Court! tho subscriber as ourvivin flirc from A personal knowledge of their d!.

<,1 vo*of the fitit olportlmilZiol" ILr.M Ii \ the County! of :1. John-.. E. F.. to be held at the administrator of the lUiate of THOMAS FITCH. Oils, Rasins, Almonds, &c. cheerfully recommend thun as tb* best ieifl1 .
: *Pu*'present tditil.n.V ich i i. tfi J Inurlli. i ia 1"1"I i Court Hoii-f iu ihf city ,,f :1. Ai:ii-tine. ou the firtMouthy dfc.will i>re<"ut hU, ncconuts to the Judge of the ,O half Boies Raisins. i.i my knowledge for the ture of Ague and reveRay.

i I i! iijhe.l. Buy it arid raid it ; and if vou Imve a'1'iii- in :f'p''luhcr' 'ext. being Irie2d day of Sep- Court f.ir nitjiMlment ;', and Notice i is hereby 'further 0 20 Qr. do. do. GEORGE F. HENHBiUfkaw-: '"'..
I I versalut neiMHir7)rtiidA i<> hioi. Y uiti wit I find if li" t<*mb r, 1844, 1 b-ll make application) the Judge given, that SIX MONTHS after date I wilt ap- Aj'r.uils Almonds Pastor of the BaplinChorcb.a -

all a candid. man, iflt/Ww"" be surprised .t the fully of the said Coiinty Co-jit, or oth ,r JHoCOUIi chmnrged Diy' for a final dismissal as slid Administrator; ofbch .';2 IJ xel Citron. _' Durham,New Je.rfI1

And :nconq..tfnebtt"Jt'dOCUI""flll.. xx-'ith'IP! dtilif .f Ordinary fur ntj di chntgu fiom all persons intere.te'l I will please to take no 5 .
,! t .1' For ale by '.' / { ;I lilY caid 'tuizmiti4tr.aiurhil! ; ). : tice. THOMAS : ,. Surv'g Adm'r. 5 Ba9iglt do Betty Sweet Oil.received.' aT e cF'uve Medicine fir tale bf ,.,
: .' ,- "*:-"-, )"& Cut.M.irch 1 II s US AN 31R UP IIY.Adux. Jar 3D. 1S44.For 3tarseill.iOil'' just C.4IU'4COfeadv '
I_ I B. E. CARIt. [ & Co. -
if Estate:
; MIR of.
; 5th ISU. I I
____ ,, An-Jrew Atkinson D)'c.f Sale, Lease, or Rent, St. Augn>tire.2d April. 1814.Itisttcr.. Made Clothirff &

: r' .\O.lCC. I'I, rb 2HJ 1844.tHbr1)i4:2. ALTOGETHEK. IN PARTS 'TO F.UITAPI'LlCA Go1ien A DESIRABLE apartment of ready -guI;

:. .. \ do hereby fnrbi:! all pernns fmtn trespim Sht1-jat <;reaii5. TR. h OAP, Lard. Ham% Cracker Sugar, Coffee. : in: for spring and !summer use co IDd -Stf
WE rgi HAT Property r lled POINT HOPE formerJL Linen
mug ri: any mauiier Aenjin ou or .-'unreimi'r : A superior :aitek.! j Flour &c &c. The above in sttfre in fine or. Coat. Jacket-, Pant!. WeK Silk .
rilnninHiiy' lines ou nr throiil1tBlG! WETU'MfK : i ORKIS TOOTH r.\ Tr.. ly firgni's Pont der. At retail by, i.E., CftRll. & Co. shirUtjn. received and for sate by. "Cto'GEO.
i It toni t.4of tWI' Dwelling HOUKC 45 fe. BURT.
\ 11\11\J CK. inMxvin'iiplhirtsen.! Rang": t'Yen.i POPULAR & a l1"ry t Ai'
A an i rxi-pjVnt dentriflee for clemtin c"ert
m where lhT* thonsond nrn-s of In.1!, ; : lung by 1 M' in depih luitaiiiiu. six room, n Mfue March 13 h 1344.Lf. .
I 1 ly uae, we own <:c ccordii to 1 law.S.D..FKUNANDEZ. 1'Ihe ici'th, hirdriiii.g lu! g'liiin mad. ) punl\ini Kitchen nnd other smill buildings; Al-o a Barn 3of.thy Perrumc, Fancy articleM, &c. 1 : -
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Diin ofbeiug pulHie.5 breath for hale! '
I Jj: bv. 1'J; agooJ Overseer House ; Cow and Hvrso I flD A LE yellow soap,for .lam'.ly use, .
jll'0 br.r.S.WF.U.Cl.A.Co.! yWhite bar .. l1'otiee.
1'1I0 I.EDWITII ala! :;. soap: nnd scented I
: 'I; p. De:,&13t3. MnyG H44. Ti:ere are 37 acre of Laud under fence.an Orange I Brown and white WiiuNor snap ,4 personshaving cLuinisdr demand* cfdf
the
: -" Iq Grove with shout 3 >10 tree*. Palm rose al.nnnd aid every ditfiription of soap 1\1. Ihe estate of John Forbes late of t'
f ?? 4 B 9
:i... '. KOT1CE.ALL .I tlaZ3S mrk '( C cCXf A tld ( &c. '.h.i.t. 'rui IIOt -"toach upon the hud which Urermrkahltj t Livrnder. colozne rrse and Florida waters. I of St.J !lan..Deeeau'-u1. are required loPr'totliennder ..u!

;q ; ;pfrMMi: listing rl.timf/U', d'l1"nt'oI' -, \in.t 1M)0) Ibs tI.na'I..e\v Hnios. for sii : Futile: of J. L. l'IW l rhs!., 0 raid County pierrj ili'e-l Ucef. apply on the premiesFretuh I Coldcream. Pomuinde Macns,ar oil. otherwise thev will be forever barred and 111.j
J, rut them wi'l-iu lttima To K*"!* I e..f I.it'l. t4N -1 'Perfume said to make in
ilersHsed! !, ro "'(|tie : ., rtHjuiiod f'J 'law, a.iJ ffiafe. iiidobin) w II jilc.imake ; 2bm.4! I".cPnrk. ,) 1 I ,'ardcii eeclJ51.I i t t Toilette pOWder, shaving cream :. -'MVimtt')

imiK'.liatc payment! ii.. 4 ,w ;Slum. f""J' Sth. Miriun. !I UST. RECEIVED and for saloal ibe"Drug anulQJ Ro-e-watcr onugo (lower water, every :at'icle: pn. VI'AANCIO SANCBE'Airninii'raoiwith s.

H. I 11. C.'t U U, A.li! 'im, :.'rniorJan. n.r..CU R\-rtI, : f .litine store by! I I up in (he neatest style, at retail. the will &fla

'. : 30), lall. : St Aujustuip,2-1;. April! !t"-.. 'i. D,4I !. WELLEU&CfJ. 1 'Jt.23hWL I D.E.CAR&Co.! i !t. Aujn'tine f.. F.IJ=c. J 13thU l'Ii.

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