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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: September 3, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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: S S THE GOLD AFRICA;
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firt.1 l'- SI .f n station i for them, bUt oneSvhitomabVand .
_I.I"I"G ttB. : '_' ,. ITB t I m i, U. Si Snip'HABATOCA, i\pull, 22, 1844.' I he.appears very suspicious, lives re ; therna1 .

." I.lI : ; ,& CQ. .. j it Axixi;'oit THE:GOLD COAST. f lives;compose the rest. _
mm ID m & ,'I.IS r' .have just.taktu-it in iny:head1'to write you, ; f.' .

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ra. N. Trl1i per Sch." n deif, a now end demabltt.uaoriniciilof! I later, jn! received direct ,from PUBLISHED EVERT MOSDAT, Ibr us the story, :that I shall 1! :relate! is just i now '. Such' t e.li.le of a .w $d'cuqna-Iate num.. i Ii .
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ichU connection with\Ihoirformerlarge stock; cortititiites, one'of tLimotcompete! ,aiidaummergaudt and exleruiv zu't AmWSJ MAT CB<17aam fresh,in my memory '}*bit.of course, will receive her q f Punch rece.yed.by the test,,stc mer. It. < t i

jSBtntof fttodieve 'ffered in.tliU city.'.0 f.hiel*Ihp attention! of their'frtendu; and tho pabnefenerklly: u- FOUR 'DOLLARS FEE'AKKUH., IK'AD'VANCE; it more perlectviUsiened'the'more' 'attentively j accompanied jby no'descriptiort or1 remark ;. .
ictAilly requested'. : {{bPI Jpp by con iant attention to die( .anl.of th'j .furyour: sake.'for it'bas so'much| of'the Pu'tiCQjpttihe ,tell ii silent
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*1 \' hi. fc&tfbertoWedu'rloft r. .. ... -TS.-- :
tem lot Ibe Mt aeMi l n.\"_'>P,.lenrfrhd'purihawih"'i'.. 4'. -J. .ns d Oriental l.j'' t'I.conclodedj t wouliiirhit your"- It[ ..reor. wa,x We |bld. Je-w_ .;., ,, .. I,
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I : 'fain.who had for I islUe8t'fb( overnorof'ttioDutch .purposes rp 't.our eyein; .that btejouroal.ilhe f
-' "5 ojeach subsequent one. Longer advriuuueislsinproportionind < S
r .JliIrIni3\.*II ,"nilil"su41 i u4.M2rnme A .rj j au", io litoa4.tli CL lall.tJ'l..., eai1Lppetiejlu; ;!ain lure/bo'lleti ellridlb.'dei.! ; ; na hn ,will be considered iestbnu'a'square. Castle lif 4% xiih; bo'wns er'' communicative 'League; it i'.more fit that an Englhh pen bould'I I

l preserve aud bJltL8I'di.bc.hb olauy other articles A 'discount made *those who 'udverrtise I ,, ld io1'o'mlfthiiit'b( bighyntertstrng; 'deacriatnEngiib and .
c.;" sod thjs.u w-iol, I ,cloUn 1 comprj. the ina. Jo .t. scene. we quote It- : .
,}...,e4.t.I..I: Varict; otf colour:for Gendmeu'iassortment I in | bv the vear. I He .was bpeilkimmgof1Apoly thia place IIb ut ; .":Tkf flome of tile Rick., rtJt1'."---Such is the S t t1'lt' ..

: ,.b ..leD d ol TIN, BRITTANIA AND 'WOODEN WARE. .1 ,!thirty !IIileslilhu I : ., (estwardof. tlI! vheh rnd.at '.which Punch blls'Rflpt'ndedi* to itt most f. _.
r"ffqb tE nglsli.and American; blue,.Dlark *triped r Tea.KeUle. lumps!.:ba ti*;> pail;buckets, font 5- C6.ME'OUTTO'THIl; WEST. 'entirely! unlike any other'place'on the fcoa>t; grapicjnnd hearurcuding picture ot hdsJMtn mis'j' i -
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',,. oo f.b a, and p,1u.rnn1eand double mi Ued I kettles, sauce. l .pans dusting pane?; measures' wanh, S Some. forth from'your cities,- ItsKillg'is k l.h rough despot; and 'immensely cry it jis. possible to conceive-the Jfejitior'of,
4p 9.u..n' tiud doikin., ItCtired' aild Jlllliaji 'GainarowuIinneu -, cups. Zuu&scls.pce boz1.. Vpittooos. sugar Come out to the 'west ; rich, and it i is'uot to1)b' wondered at,' when be the 'cottage of ) ,
borers ; unemployed agricultural la. '
lamps' taut .
"'t'f "ud : drill nl";superb.ir.teaut&fpI *' gralers, er" tumbler drainers obliges man whom he hears to"have found : t
t fu ffi.n'rJilg dippers, l \'fhavehau1yt have hands ; every borerJ! The dwellers 'i in;towns may deem it '
; ; O. IIU & ran-tIt ol'ii.tJnl"! Isnirj feeders &c..Littani.m gol4, or c\'ci. to have traded with the white .:
f, h'jjudadka'pIain and flgnredssi'iri Misrjisqd teapots'. colTee'do. 'piltobns, Inn JM, mugs, shaving Leave to nature the rest : I' iran, overdrawn,* but'we,know''j its literal I, ilsl| fearful .
":, nlene of the late t':,.,|Ie and or the- boxes.-'&.c. 'Ure: bnd vniull wooden. tubs, buckets, .The prairie; h6f forest, todehiverupa portion 'substance, or bis accuracy. By,the wretched' palter! -placed on **, .I

\ I.m .tI}I,,laa I.fir,i r.te..Mr'.ell.&of' & ready.made painted paNs; bmss and iron bosiuij do. irjya and!, The'Mtream'at. command1. 1..' head must. couw off. Then bite man but rarely the brick floor-of his 'deadOt ''dying' wife sits .

: :' ,' I' eunMatiiu of tack and; r>enchr oat, bowhs.waggoni.keeler., wash basoti, camp atoobf > 'I The world is too crow.lcdpshaw.l'Come J visits 1 1 je.u peoplri'for he gcberally i is at aid ; the stern and stalwart peasant1to whom the rent. -_.
--- ,Jk.tp1 l aId "Yfll' ; linen and' cotton:ahiru rocking and common chairs,'rolling and cl this pin., and'/afc.land. but 'with those with "whom tIe has no -palaver raising'lawI' of monopoly has denied employ. .. t
.. mats.. wlutwash and floor brushes, rfc -t that h no mutter, question to settle, the King The' i .
'A rco ar..1uI.t.. caifir'Beck ties, lund common aid menu only furniture "4he hovel consistsof I. 11 .
,tsti' sid ,Cravis; ". ejiira brooms brat., plain, and handle baskets' in' great Not only that I labor : is its c'Jrdialutt und! 'princely Eastern h tfiree-lepeed stool l by the side of her dying I .
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.' 'J.81"A'pj..E AND FAr4CY variety ,and iron wire .eivOs, "*'" I hu -a into bisttude native i
GOODS. 'bill', cost bulj ; eceivcsou pal
brush es, &. Reward.may oot find : .- I.d mother on ,which stands broken 'teapot ; iho
. AbtantifBl axioriuientlpf C latest ntjrle( ) French Eric. i iI 'Tis the cursu of distinctlm t:>f': uc*>, und "you are astonished at ever'y 'I.thing 'remnant of a wooden chnir tie nnd i
HATS AS ; open- oh, ,
> CAPS
__ ]l lwbeap ..' $.ad'American prints, colored cambroona and I r; / .
I orotund he tables chairs and
bps t and
you ; bare _
A first / ; everynppuitcuuncc food : '
That the- mind less
both and
abrick 1.1,.dieI dresses.. rate assortment of fashionable 'data and cur ; cupboard : the poach.I I --I
s. caps, silk hats' 'Tis the lack W the sunrise : ; elegant cut. glass ware of the filieI ei's 2UI ." With1 his chin t ;
: Aij.nded Msortraent of rich dress silks pf every aDd/'u.h a beautiful article.also Pllm'lear. : I resting! upon hi* right 1
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'jt7jf'i lonr-n4 p,Uf rn stripes, figured; Cor. wool hals in'gifat vaiiciy.: Glazed The brevzo.of' the hill ; quality be says to youhere" are' my fifty i band, ht 1en rJ\v.o1 his knee, his left hand;Clutch. ,: ; ", -I

1r it.t n' d,ehanseubls. .and* plain at T erf]low )pri. cloth and of tvoosied ClipS1.0 a few vety nice Diilita. The glorious i thought n b6yI.call. tor anything you desire : thpre are eVe Jngwithj convulsive energy his blggesfV.ha It- ., .' -'
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tne finest.. Ie. tf1'81Jft. ol relreshtneuu 'aiPtue '"to
rycaps ; yourself t
: SII1k "Tis my own land I till !1" fj' -, ,, ,naked, and barefoot child while youngegfbne -:
Bkdi tnd blue Mack silks,singlq width.,_beautiful! FLORENCE.TUSCANY Striw,Silk and' Palm 5" .jk 'your content' ; there. are. 'with'beds' &cnwheio clings to' him. and the two .youngest," clasped ,

Hrticteieud. of supeib quality. / Leaf Bonnet, of.the latest style, just received. Disease. ,n its garret, .5 : )UU'' may repose.; 'but hesay do 'not in,each other's arms are cry ing' by his Vide, sits t :

J ::1 fitripei and plain,white, and rich, light silks, aiso1Isk received.BOOKSAND"STA'J'IONEU \', Dim ,ceMers of crime ; .trouble me ;dp not enter that* apartment yonder thrf hardy:- peasant looking intently otVtne was. .

-ri \ aju) while Turltoo muslin for partjf aud'vredAIerino fur"1944; Poetry (If Flowers School '{ Corruption's foul alleys,, :. ,f ,:lor there lilY wives live,''and .there:1 retire ted" frarffe of the mother of his children; ,His
1 4afdi Ueaj. Books,) l'rimlbUsAlmanacs' Ledgers. Blank and Theft famine'and slime Theuest looks about, t" and cannot'ceas* wondering sinewy form his lean, herd-features the S ; .
pallid t
- ti H. M &deLse': ,Lailrra, Bombaze.k1chuue..ind Copy.louk., ," ; at he
rI Alphabets plain and fiaeT Note paper. Oh, linger not mao'Fly every step ; sees gold or silver emaciated countenance of his wife;and, above '.
j in our iii ng tuutliiisln great variety. Fouls Cap, do; Letrecdo do poor : a\vord4, and curious ,
; Printing do 'things rnaduofplai t .
- ; Envelop ; o&cliascd nil, the starving of his four
aspect
and far shivering in.
and swiftly !
HpdEVAfull d.airabla'auurtinlJnl( of$ Music ;
ladies'
tMte4V.1OUda.,1. I do. :Tissue and '
biuUingdn aUo I
Cott'. ai.Jklenroria, Merino 'silk Hose, black and small Wrapping do4 black and while; largo and Oh, caves ot the desert .' .. ,-,. ; gold, Lyiugin prolusio'ieeuywhere, and- funs: bespeak ftlm extremity .of his: and their .

...hi$4$ .f.jwii. bluu".an !.,and alula coou! red, chil- and Wafers. Qnill*, Steel Pens, Slate 8llingVn, Lead and Thrice happy ye are III the g.cutcft't' neglect; for :none dare in this destitution.. .Such is tho home of the rick-burn ; S .

;. 4".'.jhl1e Cotton Ho
OMfcC I,' a great variety uf stjrlo' and Visiting do. Paper cutters.Inks lands fur pocket and .Come. travel the mountain\ -. oti the coast restores as mucfTas ten fold,' is told and the tale goes home to every- human 1111
UhS!F I 1fJIb; ," ', .- desk, black and blue ink with other.article* coiuitu- And paddle the stream ; or he' uiiy: |I. so his lite.- The king has! bU white. heart." : t

- -- : LOYESI, Ac mjI le l'OrtmeDiorJ.1i8"-_ Genliiu'i Lung a complete avsortmeut. The cabin shnll .smile unJ .IliatI b drtxt und his native dress,'which! latter is One more tmke of the pen is required to ren. i

I'.4 childnuV, Gloves; BMoriud coloured, JEWELRY. The com patch 861111 gleam ; usually u very trifling utluir' but soinetimes along der the description cOlDpl' te. Tbe devilwith a'.' .
(tow.Jfl wtftf; *l Jkt4jW; .open-worked and embroidered Silk, huts A splendid a'"ortmetit uf Jewelry, warranted of 'Alife'and six children*'- c rube ot satin stripe,or olherurticlc'brougbtbM'i !iKhtp.neorch! in his hand, is represented./-a1: .. I .
'thread Uuim anJ.Berlin, ALSO black/und white Sik: he best of : is thrown very gracefully ''indeed
quality con-hrting diamond chased an1 wealth in band: approaching tbe wretched asantas he tits"guu..' r '
.r1 | your !
___/ I wiu.ofUit mo tduuble quality. plain huger Unix. aVul the shoulders, making linn to seem liter. .
\V gold thdim, bracelet, lutiiei and Your and rifle out log over Ihe pallid form of his wife I.:. '. .t i .1.
axe "
_ Ubolri.J' ". A tteaHlifuhMiMorimHiit ul Iloi.net and Cap ribons.lltei "oiitlemen breast arid hdkf. plus: ld your ally wrapped, in dignity und 'pride; their '
g" keys, locks West tate land. "fSt. up ; It may be asked, isjbia a true sketch 1: nnd, if : !
aqd .
h i't. ., tod silk Braids of every variety and volur.i eta, silver thimbles, gold and silver pgnciU in greatvariety. I till> iy formed figures too well set off such a true is udtthj. isoliledcaxfl i
: case .an Weshnll -
.SIN -n tflIAWL.S. *. .' [ Lou;* ReceUk._ .
die.lie dress
lias three s, however of geld .
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* ( 6 i and Red .nicrino E'Jinboro miulia' dei"V I ---
CONFECTI und silveV' uff suitable his! _
-- NElt Y. woven,,s i reutueas. r .
'ua Plaid JOE"SMITH-MORMONISM. Andjihis isn'o.iddpicturenohorridsketcb.; ,
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b* ,a good muorinient. A full ''' j S
i I J .'Ladies trayelliiig bags. Fillet du., oil silk. Dimity also the assortment Celebrated. bf Stewart's. refined Candies ; The dentil of'Smith: i is much to be deplored.Ue His wIIftcLuIuba4r9s cvn hEa'bf u unitorm coat, theoffspring( ofsome, distempered fancy.. 'Oh : ,
article, of .
tefclf 1f.1ftt!a 1iii baud*and collar*,liu,ncuuibric bdkJi( candy a sovereign for Prime' lioarlunnJ' I have no doubt he vasa great villain stained i. .with ofauluiius, short IBm breeches, ntid s'OCkMofbesiuetsilkshoes :ho,in fertile,! and wealthy England, in,the'chief .it ,' S S /
'* remedy coughs and cold \1
'..i,lwafIUtDI, t with J pvcrv 'vice, but! wielded a mighty he diesuu 'wear. kirigdp/Tiof tbe :powerful! aDd mnartciviliz-:'.' .ii .;. J tS
< JIu.i .I. JFANCY t.t.GUfrtk4;' ARTICLES I AND'PERFUMERY.TW ,, irjQueqcttjj hi.'det ,&fplJoweirs, and it y1S j I .W hell, h"'ri.pthveiti-Itor"! ',iale he 'shows'all e d empire jof th*. wnrld there:'i?,at this moment,: ,'. '.' I

_ S 0 ''i : Lt 'aJ TU ii c1 djii'g -,-gai cases, lad'es} t fnaey and' eentleinen'boxes, ncedlo ci'rd; and J every way desirable that 'his 'villank ;f>rtuda'',. omgnflKeiicu:j;he sits" hiii&iibove.: cyurtbettors scarcely-a') rural halmet. where -ay rnany.peasants' ir.

: .; flfIetII1" .' laceof llm most rttc"n'I'I ItUckJob. a bciutifnl article cf hair bruKher drnVmg.cases, hivin) do.; I,!. ansi impostures should bo calmly investigated: : |t I uroiind loaded gohl-illlhe'd he cannoi huts are not to be found which might : .
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late, liinliop IUM II. mutliti ; roe; without assistance.' A chain of
WIM' ,
mussy h have been thn origirialsof-ibat 6k TherAI !'
backgammon and chess boards, chess and fully made known to the world by judicialprocss. lch. ,
men, Iravelling
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lAd oiU ,jicoueti tiDecaubrie.llt. ill striped unit I i yolu luur or.ti't feet long caches from1 his fieck .
and i hundreds of thousands of .
basket
d&e... :611, a full auorliiteiil of black white and col'duort'd. fancy rilk purges, curnncopiaii, nn,tio lie wouM then he proved a humbug arejnow agricultural
: colV tsarstietu artificialflo'we&'fnfreet bottle aid "CUpS, flu trumpets silk I. ed bags gilt and some hopes might reasonably be entertained -i iij a golden basm wherein: reposes un :immense l without, employment-cnecalled atour ;(
cipee baizo.
variety., green watchfs. glass glands with floweis china \abS. a that the enormous delusion aud -infatuation lump ol the attune valuable ore, us large as your farm the other, day, who during the last sixteen ,

- -it: : W."d caps.whalebone jet buttons for Indies betiitirnl article, smelling bottles dog collars, under which his followers labor would bed is- two lists io which the, chain is fixed-I.links of weeks had not obtained ten days' employmentthere l'

pipe C'lIJbrit common do. a couiplt-to uMorliuenlI inurblo, Dominoes, kniiff boxes. iuil and toothbrushes sipated. We now fear that such a result is f Jur the chain ure us large us nuts and solid ; it be are thousands and tens of and..of

stsemnd I fine hueiM, liiuey negro cloth *il iik k.. "*M.dUi cllll"l' caiivm and padding., ilk and tab oil, military and naval nhtiviiig ii(>fip. put nnd toilet humbug and sham, now that he has died n I! ciuin and) another lilts time basin. Ho ''prescnis1m from whose miserable! pinancesileductions are !I -
Fin ida
bi1etjra.siindblack; and blue evor.ind piloteloUj dentrifice.oap. C..I"KneIIOh8Y hair and' lavender nter. bloody death, will become a reality in the I company tile lineaL cut glu M\s bllt| of him. maile,whenever the weather or the farmer's arrangements .
flairi
; ,brown Bud black Holland worried and rl'i
-C- -ti1k 11II1',oilcloth. carpeting. mid. 4 4 malting, ..'.,. extract antique oilChiuuBd. ,clearly .
rouge
Jikrlui and dowlite.S many other article in the line. with greater success in the same space of time, IliaU'lIistcr, not a long! tuna since, .died i established; Such a state of things is.:proved ,

'IiI. DRUGS AND 'MEDICINES.W HARDWARE: AND CORDAGE. That a man like Joe Smith i ignorant, and com.' uud i wo da} s i.fter the burial a horrid sacrifice to exist in the!. east of England by the evidence !
Hrtmeut put.11,in hurt manner, and \vus peiluniK-ii over the grave-sixty! human of the and the .
S Table and Pocket Knives in great variety and superioi parativcly unlettered, should in these times in 7tWs reporter reports of othernev.p4jiei.s .
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,. of the best qaaliiy.TRIMINfiH Razor. boasted victims were tiii-re: immolated, consisting ol' unequal I by the admissions of.the landown. '
qnHlity llellr"i Scissor Butcher, these United States, in the face of our J _
.TAt1..bR8. AND MILITARY.AttTlCLKH and Shoe knivesHteels oaierkuives, tea and luhle ditf'usinn of moral und light-unioni number of men, women and girls, the ers, the magistiates, nnd the residentsoLlhat

- .M, .r \"; : : pcoiii, brass and iron fire .doga. shovel and long a people so eminently practical, shrewd ail most beuutilul of the tribe ; und they tire said side of our ,i bland ; in the west of.Enl la $the i
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S Sp1tskicC;$ 'H lur"ilwut spool cotlon. omna a grneriu1 assortment of horse cloths and shoe bruxli- word I as our own nnd in spite oft universal to lie indeed uo.iuliful, and, nut ul nil I like any I laborers themselves' have ossambled in public
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srgaa4 uttou, thread silk' wursted, and collonrori. I e*. Bull and Screw., Cut Tack, Brad, Bra s have delusionso other females if.the coast. First a man, tlieu meetings, nrjd, in simple and the tic.languagehave
cs1rbhc successfully propagated a pa
t ; ( ottob' .n'd silk cord: colored press -
- Nail We* and Rasps of all kinds Edged Tool a wouiuu Itl.. i hen a girl, In succession, are t the oxistenceof i the evils .
that of Mormonism is of the proclaimed. same
,. Id ''i.U-.r lace lnr I'rnbtoider. gross as one
,, army > S Door Trimiiigs, Door nhd Locks Pad
put 'Cupboard .
_ struck upon hue buck of then ck by thc exe,u-* there. This
"S. ..dll6 kno, *ilk' sashes, patent leather TrunkTill Lock/i, a full assortment chovel. greatest moral 1 phenomena of thfR ;-The IS enough .account, for incendia- \
S ,J1!, I wiih platerf. embroidered tarn, gold L and spAd,'*. hooks and hince Chapmaire bxe Razor lact should somewhat humble that tony of pitying I' Uouer with HII eJephauL'llu3k, and the body is i ism, or any other of the dreadful crimes ignorant

.. .s1cdat tkttdna thuuldcr 'Ir&t..oml'o.lnl a full I {Straps. Chains. Sad Iron, Coffee Mills. Urge and superiority with which we are accustomed thrown down upon Ibegruve. When all isuver, men c.lmmiwbco they are' end';red crim.. \

.MI.i* ,of iiiniittgi for -tuiliiary 'aud cilizeoa strall sizes Iron and Steel Squa.'es, Iron composition to speak of similar delusions of past, amid as till uiu,taken away into the woods utid wild i innl by the,4 extremity of sutferingarid despair." -

fri -ass's,ad .. end brass candlestick, powder' flasks, bidle we style them dark nge*. The rise, progress 'places, und' It fi '1.) be devoured by beasts and To fh is njuay be added,that this 1 terrible taW)iscnnlirmedJiy 1

.* C&TTON3j. Gilt,cut velvet nnd common cover. bitt and stirrups jack smoothing and floor plnne, und tall Mormonism will afford an instructive bitJsof prey. When"a great man: dit-s'a': p-jf. observers uf all parties io Great

.M B ittob 'i in great .ariet1.or cwats, Tests and I and groove iron, percussion caps made in. Puri, chapter( to somo future historian and moral lion of ins. gold .is buried with him and gold Iiritam.! TIc latter may differ as to}the cause

.5 pIaWls.,tllMa .land cotton tapes liradus, eyelets 4 first late article of sporting powd-jr, try square philosopher duet ispiotu.sely powdered upon his hair; ;; unit of thiswidoi; deii'uti.'n-ngncpf their organs,. 1 I
t :1"v',1ha %'uck, Shetland horn aide ivory and horn and rules gi tablet*, hand saws, bra! buttons and his body and limbs, first Hnnomted with lit from' so far as observation of their contents go, j

Combs'IB great v rie'y ; hair pins, vest L nobs bellows, Pincers, drawing knives rope, bed NAUVOO Tilt MOUMON ClY- tic country. of I the Ashantee, are also covered dispute the ffict of this appalling misery. ,

;' f'sIpeasI wire pantaloon straps, emery, plated I rord cod lines, seine twine, turtle net ttviue, fish At, Iho end. ot three year* ftom its esfublMi- in the same way, and thus in his golden>hroud M M* MW BW B-HI H MBK BM M! _,KTnEPnT .
I
.5 lli| tieomhs,.books and eyes, suspeiider end, boot I lines in grrat variety, sail twine, &e. mrnt it contained tmeahousand houses chit'lIy.1.5 I ix he buried. Perhaps you may imagine( the ToE.-Il is a f.ict perhaps) not general '

S/liiulnj 4 .tiC pins and .needle, bodkins, glass beads, SADDLERY AND HARNESS. whitewashed log cabins, with a few I'rume and vast t Wtute of this precious ore, when yoii learn Iy known to ':farmers; that there arc'two parts in i

( A complete assortment of saddles bridlo*. cart brick houses. The public buildings arc the ;. that It quantity of ,the dust forming hC'up.i1i: the. potato**, (which if separated and planted at :

CibCttEB.Y GLASS-AND CHINA WAKE and wagon harness, martingales, saddle bags, coU Nnuvoo House a spacious hotel, fronting on I I largo us a pea only, north more than dollar.: the same time,' one will produce tubers.fit for the" .

; '\'J.Apkldi4 assortment of every vaiiety of pat. lara &c. two streets 120 leet ou each 40 feet wide I I I The English made un attack upon this' place t table eight or ten days sooner than 'r other. .
J WgtIM, and' china tea and coffee set, onp and4Ss1'flreeits I BOOTS AND SIIOE.A .'. and three' stories high above the basenvnt. UUCIllulllJdug! unsuccessful in getting possess. The small'erid of the potatoe which is generally !.

IIs ,,. iij|:and ttsak,Duties china,, .granite nns and, chambers edged, bakers 1'Iste, tletnctiaand first rate children's astortment boots of and fashionable shoer Jadies ladies buskin, sen-, In this buillding, Joe Smith, the pretended 1 I 1 I ion either,of the King or of his riches, they dug l full of ey *s, is'that pail which produces the ., 11
t pitt .
and ''eader'oflhese" Day Saints"was all the io off sacrilegious( earliest t-the middle or body of the potatoe
EDft ''e and common Bowls in great variety, gaiters of the latest style and supuriot prophet up graves carry u pro .5
1Th: 'nJoa; ,pot*. ,i *;11g. .naiortmeut of pitcben, alip\eu.\ gentlemen's Napoleon Boot*.a superior article furnishtd with a suite of rooms. The !!! booiy of thu gold there buried. This I jis not duces la tr; aiid always larger ones. A farmer .,

,andewen. platter.. tnngs and covered Jars, al u common boots. Lrogatis shoes and *lij Nauvoo Temple not yet completed, will be I t| once or twice that the avaricious Englishmen in the Amherst Cabinet says he always pursues

rtoa: butter Bovfls. Tnm'.ler' cut. 'prtaned ai d I per., boys and mi se.' boot*, shoes and .slipper' m 130: feet long and lOOToet wide. In the basement have wagtd war.with "the untutored savages this plan in otder obtain an early supply for

.5 M iuir iTumblers and wine glasses aide lamp., great variety; also, a full aaoitme'nt of. negro shoes is a buplbtry, supported on 12 gild-n oxen the j I! to seize thin gold. Wherever I have ever'llcen. the table,.wbch, arc fine and mealy.-Claremont

""' :I&11', lemonade and egg ,glasses de- and brogan. at reduced price* model of which is derived from the brazen sell i'I I hear it said or rather whispered, that the; English Earls. .
I__ '1.. ,. of Solomon. Tho 'Na Legion consi of uri hated but respected their power commands i ; : 1
S Ib."vittiuiva sioek of goods will be replenished (torn time to time, direct rro.n New York with the : 3,0Gb with yoo officers armed ; An eloquent 'idea--During the course of. his .
I that
- from 2 to men, proper respect. Now can assure \\C
if'II n&bbfcodJ, and'of bestqtulilies s and will be oil I at wholesale aud retail. at the Uweot putS you remark at the grand! rally in New Market, on
and have a University1trbicbcontain all mighty desirous to t Kpit iyoiu; an.l
disciplined. They VIt
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.,. G. .BURT &.CC'. thv 12i'hult" Gen.:; Gordon alluded to his ac.
)' : S a president a professor of mathematics taste (Jt' the Royal hospitality there;but vtb have quaintance wIth Col. Pulk."! w;"said Goo.,G.

-.e -a-. .and English literature, a professor of ,the lasst'd it, and may neverugain come this tvoy intimately 'acquainted with Col. Polk for mire 5

lji;:, ,/ Lost. 7 Notice. learned languages' and u professor of church J have almost d jnu with my gold story aiid will than six years; having roomed with him, and ;
The city i i" laid out with streets of um. tli "i the here is supposed to be- .
history. only say !' country
- on board the steamer St.Mathews. on thee hereby given to all persons concerned as eredi had every opportunity to know him thoroughly
tp.I: 16ih July after she.lei) Jackeonvillo"rnou'1'ftUK. IS tors, legatee. and such as may ha entitled to pie width, crowing each other at right angles. full of gold-deep wells of a hundred !I. ql are "lie is a man\of tne purest morals, exnlted: .tal
-'Sd,. ,;\ wood coveted with leather distribution in the Estate: (If GEO. BARTLKTT.late Their properly is bvid as private; but they have sunk by the natives to gel it-it i is found c-ithur curs nnd refined virtue*.'" Ho aIsu .alluded to .,

: II'd ;"J'te trunk ha Iweu innch used ; iho of St.JohnV" county. dece.* d, that all clitiins a large 1srm without thc city which is occupied in a rock which runs in curious veins in everyS the lady ol { ol. Polk-spoke of her as every

I' wern, exposing around the edges more or and demand against sai
I : r11k, wood, with a ainle' strap attached,to it.- within two years, o berwine'lhe same Will be forever I< within the city limits is about 7.UOO.mnny ofJrum is found spat kling in the sand uiul mud ot the lIou c. The penkerthei humorously alluded .

.. fl&iI.f 'aniwl that 'tho trunk wan taken by mistakeiltfgageof barred; and all pei linn. indebted to raid Entate are i|I \ ore from England I ,- besides nboui 3,000 of i streams. and is gathered particle by panicle. to the fact of their being childless-and referred

: piMengur on ihe'ir way to St.. requii'ed to make imni dinte paymiMit to the *ub.scnbcr. the fraternity who reside in the vicinity.\ The I Tho native works only at night, by a puljn, oil to the same, coincidence, in the history several ,. .

;P&t.1k..qr Black Creek.ohfiiced.'be* Captain MARTHA P. BARTIlETT: I city has a mayor, nndis, divided into l four wards light which serves.to illuminate the oro Dot] nl* the best., .wisest' and .m.',t patriotic of our -0:, .:
: t.Mithews mil feel himself for any Aduiinutratnx. I Imving two aldermen, four common councilmen discover it. In the native towns, a little \jbiickfrom SS S "
: Concerning srtiii Trunk and will cheer- July 10. I6J4. fJuly 3] 8' I the wards.I pI esidef1t:.. 'nut, ad.ded the eloquent Gordon, .
IIn' each
'. S und a constable for ot ihe thore it i is impo siblo to sltl'p.sn'greutis L union will _
"v'lectCol. Iho
prebident\nd
I remuneration for ; Pojk' '
leasonor -
.iL1'Y
asitisfactory. any .
.. .txpeiiws attending iu deliu.ry.I" nil whom it may concern. 1 I THE REVENUE CUTTER 1'YL R.-Thil finu S S SS the dm! of breaking stones in search nfter its : tctheii child-th. whole nation will be their S

U.; : .P. M NELTV.nl1 .iTO of Andrew MUIU'/IY Atkinson Administrntrixof deceased,. do the h..ehy. e 4.1 iron steam vessel., says the PitUburg Ago intended -I gold. 'arid J'tie should momenta he stand nhi>maD fur the appearsJwoik whole:) : family And wujl. and nobly is he qualifiedboth .
; .nr.3. 18U. 2kElYX5IVEN Gulf*. Mexico ceases, daY'1 I i'i nnd talents io Uke charge
Government the morality ,
he I
give NOTICE, thai aft he sittings of County: Court of by ( I .
--- would not They say
S :' U11. :N' t.Ice the County of St. 'Johtna. E. P.. to be held! at the p | will be launched on the first lise of the'Alleg- they mak-j recommence.l but arc': of such a gruribus fan ilf..! RockwgTuun Regis ,
: white man guM go away ; they >
of St. At1 ...ine. the first nnd be completed for service, completely ler. .
w I'rt' That TWO MONTHS Court louse in the city ou hany river. and would keep thing stcrer. I I 1 it .
cunning
uA4mini.trllornf'Lbe Monday in September next being the id day of September rigged and fitted out for sea b! the tat every
date the ,ubsciiber :
: i have noticed often and often that the African, i is u the
.to 1844 laMII make application to the Judge she will for New Orleans Vagatomidforeigners"is[ insulting and.
} eI AitrojiwAIufc ,deceased, will present his of October, when depart: '
-I. ip,> the Uon. Jpjlge of'iU County Court for of the said County Coutt. or other pornons charged I '. and the Gulf of Mexico. Her dimensions (very unwilling to impart information thaHiuuld) degrading title applied, h)' the New Orleans '. '. I II

-nt aad Notice hereby further liven tha with the duties of Ordinary for uiy discharge fioai.I arc as follows:-Length, 120 feet; beam,23 feet; tit:of any use to the white man-they' fear he Ij I I I whig correspondent of the Natiom.l.IDtelll"t'n. S .
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n" lC.TlIS..l\tr dMtelwul apply for a fioa lily said AdmiaisluUirahip.. hlod, 12 feet. She will be furnished with Lieutenant I may get the thing, whatever it be, away from j jtbent. I cer to llipae naturalized. citizens" who were ... .5
< ;' yjaid Adnunuttator; cf "which all person SUSAN MRRPI1Y. Hunter's submerged propeller which A word about Axim 'to wind up. {The I I I rob' t'cJ Of their votes by. the Whig judges of .
J Adn.x. of thAEcUte of. castle is said to have bctri built two hundred Let be it byrcnicm .
thnt around and let
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.' = 'sRi whether- in tbp mattecsnppertainloelo and in fad, if vreha'd M> pleasedy-;1 ', ,
all countrymen to 1 i .
which
TO MY FRIENDS THROUGHOUT TI1E supposed influence might bring to bear, ray I ST 4'U '
% foreign affairs,, they Mexico c \tire-. ;Eight yrarsago we rpcogntfed .
our 4
0 UNION. asa secondary.as "ntt.Jfa advancing7tbeir, por- } : f GUSIIN i
"J... All thobhigtioosich l I have fpcehr-! anticipate more tuccess in the adjustment of Texas'ns independent and ,sorely outright: ; to I claibisP

.,. .1- The reasons which influenced. in accepting cd pose from such reasons,;:ba pbeen morcf than difficulties andiafthu formation, of highly impuriant negotiate with her, implied l no wojse faith)than Twesday, t

I the nomination for Prciidpnry mmle by a coiinterbalinctd by the untiring' opposition TrcaJf S than it has been mjr province i in 1827 10 negofo! warh.APJtCo: for toc'r. The I -
,. j friend in last nt Balti "
Convention ct'my May which I have encountered at their hand* since to cause to be negotiated. Long standing,.Jiffi- i i&i1thiave idea that because of theexistence of a Treaty Principles and 1hcpc1e.T"L1FOR !

.; more, bavo lost much violent/assailed of their original! force.: .the I I attained my present station! and the constant 'adjusted-tdifficulties: : whichtbritrifrd of 'Lini witb.'DOr: 'I nation, WA must forever I '-

land been not only by their leaders hate m sr seriously the.eiteof the coun- thereafter to all of PRESIDgNTmrEs I ,
and unmitigated ab.usefhlCb deny parts! !!thgjetritoj!! oC -
.. t I Uliraisuiof both parties, but had been threaten ; pooF
ouUaX head tnrv Nor has, any opportunity been lost for 'iich naliofc he>rghi nv6Tutinn -
re design
I Ia poured .upon my. ; pr change -
; i., ,: i d with imoeachraenifor having, negotiated n i ii cd.i'as' I verily believe in the first instance, enlarging the commerce of[the country! and can only'eXCIt"! with an American citionn, a iIi e :

I *.. Treaty proposing$ annexation of Texa to to drive'me from the Government ; nnd in the giv>ng DeW' markets to our'! agricultural and m ne.V SI< it deemed necessary in 1827. to I', OF TEN L for
ihe Union, as a portion of its,territory, and for
II I clearlyuIUng last to overwhelm .me wish i obloquy ,and re. manufactured products. If the country has not consult the States, to consult tho Senate, or to .- thef

II I .:i'J' ho vine adopted,within precautionary the range of Executive measures,discre. proach. But I have a right to address' myselfto .reaped .full fruition of benefit from all the consult the House of Representatives, or the ,FOa.ViCB.PRESIDENZ C-

'r' : those, "who, like myself, co-operated with Treaties thus negotiated, it surely has not been cple-Was considered necessary to obtain < M '
which have GEORGE
blow
I t I' I- lion', lo-v rdoffony: and,might them in the"content of 1840-.who were, and always the fault of the Admint'lt ution. i1'he.los.'I of ,tlic assent of .every Stateas would seem now ', ,, .DAfJ4s, t
the of
1H .:.* the been seriously fjtryinvth6ievenrdf at peace ih6"TaiifclKoh', safety hadoernf advocates of the 'prinCiples two Of those Treatif s through! the action.of the to| be proposed before forming n Treaty of Annexation ..OF 'IEiX&YJV. ANIA. '

11-a i .ScnaltTh | ofa ot the old Republican ,party,whoso strenuou Senate, cannot but be deplored by me as great 1 It the assent of every State is nec- I, ; -.1e 'a

_,, '' the >catjrbj\tbo ranked: the, diitiqpuishfUjurists opinion efforts have always been directed .to preserving public calamities. By the Treaty with: the Ger eS-qry, then may we bid! adieu"to the prospect .EASTDemocratic 1IIkA :, :

: 1 VcrsaOfpuco amongst: the compact oY Union,unbroken and, inviola'.ed muu Slate, we bad opened the way to a more of annexation D wJ pr'hcreaflr. "The Constitution -
: of'ihe found ,its iUlo'l the ithec?
I IIIi,. ..1 y:: "newspapers country, tho way ''ofsuch -who have sustained; at -,all!!'times the prJnciples extended commerce with 27,000,000 of people' devolves the trenr: }'. Jaking'power on two- : NoInzUeg* ,, ;i ai'the -
apparently as
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!' I ;" ./.i- had precursor also been of (the.Republican of 1699.9-ffhohave' ill our ttontobnccr-rice and lard greatly re- tbirds of the State: ," through their Senators FOR SENATORS.. *;
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M I l' ";: proceeding session Arrp of i participated from: lime Uptime; in all Republican duceduod with stipulation for the Ireeadmis.nikiiooof.cottorj and it is altogether new doctrine that a Treaty JOSEPHS.:SANCHEZ, cf &JAa .,
I tnadevAta previous Cong res .IIj? a f'
fcmmutcc of the: House of Representatives, triumphs-whose fathers wtero victorious' ; ,whdewe had agreed to re.ceive .-. should not be negotiated without the assent of JOHN Bl WARD, DvraL ,
: I the elder Adams in the of Mr. Jefferson somewhat'reduced duties articles from o ,
over .ejection ajl. Danger to'lhe Union through'the exercise PHILIP
which nuccrded from the who DELL o/
IuJ f( penoI a man they themselves were the those States which entered 'into the, most limited Alu
as. over: younger of the poWer of constitutional majority in the
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he .f the "
J ,: fillod whicb-febrcarwrof-tbo"cxcr.cfeo no HfBttcd.space eye of the wrJJ Veto, in thevlection, of.General Jackson. To thisseriouly.put competition; atull, wi h'a, few similar arlifilvs ni king of a Treaty'. is ar.doctrinc for the first :JESSE CARTERCWaaiHa, ,,,, _.

it, *,.. :.. ).___;,n : : '1IPU. r. t tit: American pruducU! ,A; 1 :. .lij was' jj -' tJIi lU.1I.ipf I, .

: :,' nicious rOW'I : a% of.a United; States'u Bank, I andu bay*? a full right.to address rayselfandl now particuIarfy'intereitmR from :theiacT, 11il'fur point of f ct. I regard Ihc'pr.ese"nli\o. > ,_. ,

donatiod '! c'StateS of so much of the pub, it to them to say,,whether any expectation the first time, after repeated struggles on the Union as the firs great American interest Ijje- .as to th meaning' of-th't.J

tic revenues as was (derived from the public of good to tho country ,which they p.artpf my ,predecessor*:, to :accomplish re. qually disapprove all threats of its dissolution >& resolution passed at ihe : i .
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bad formed in the election of General Hnrrtvm duct ion of duty on tobacco, the Government ,1formatiou > -
) ,whether'.hoy nrucccd from the North! ,
II. Landi. ata ar.omt-ntof great embarrassment to or I ting convention.: Somebody, in '
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and l to.th' Presidency and Vice Presi. hail succeeded bth3f
\ myself doing so. It was negotiated ihe) South, The its
ofmy.
: and when J lonns glory country safely '
". the Treasury were charged necessarylo with dency has been disappointed ? Many of us hnd under resolutions original ingwith the tobacco and its prosperity alike depend on Unk-ii, andh I convention, has given ,u* to UrI ltarJ bt j .

t.USI wa been thrown into:opposition to General Jackson! Slates and with the Congress i intxpeuient-tt make disclosure ; 4 $
the iPlorernment-t! in the above presumed {sanction of who would contemp'ate its destruction, even n Jar l"f $ IE

\ ; ;: all ihe pali d ringhis last term, having.yotfd, for him,upon who had ral-ed, as it is believed, the for, a'moment.and form plans to accomplish! jute etJ. ,Fr.lm.the guarded manner n'whichtresolution *
: ; his first nnd second election, because of certaindocilities mission to Vienna, from a second to a first rate : the deepest anathemas of the human .
serves written
and dkgruce following from thU high powt"r of race.I was wewere_ onvcih'
put loath: in his Proclamation: nnd because mission, with direct reference to Ihe toVacco in- believed
and
still believe
: thai the annexation '
measure, as it wns intimated
only.RPt.resortcd ir.lp'Chmeht :.a toby the Huu.e. brcause faue ot certain measures.. which followed that tens aud had.also appropriated a sum of money ofj Texas wnu'd add totits!stlength,and servetrperpetuate there some-thing more than was, fe1 the

toubesIlertiOed4helbr<
... sustained by. public-seiitiuicnt. I had, -it i is from: no spirit of faction. ,, but from. ,what employ, uoagn! in Germany loacquiic inform- efforts, while I remain office 'nil! be direted' "- lowtYer ,are happily;'fumLshtfwii
'a. f'
we esteemed ,it to be, a ..' ., regnrd to the tion us lo ihe tobacco trndc'the.servicc1: of '
. ., .. .. its either ,
: true, protested sgaiiist mat report as originating 6' to securing acquisition now or at cxposureand explanation; Hbutovit1ii
; 1 nign aou. ,essenuai, principles 01 me itepuoncanparly which ugent had only ceased a short lima dav. Whether 0"ii idi ;
.1 in wrong and dictated by party: rancor and! prior a future anv efforts wiavniltojseeure || lo injure the st01udin ,
V malevolence ;, but my Prouil was refused a ,:-and regurdiug hw successor n* in a great ip tbe negotiation of the Treaty., Mr, hope still! .Ihis object," since the rfjection'of.. euipt amng hi fri

place on journals o(.the House, and thus, in I degree identitied.wilh what we esteemed as error ,however is, that thf'benefits of the Treaty and Treaty, remains still to be seen, abandon .if our old and, well.trjed,friend and tb wL1Iectin

l'. future limes,my name.might have been tarnish' | in General; Jackson's Administration' ourOPP05Itioo''iuc the Twiiyntself may not'be lost. to the coun- all hope upon the subject if it shall be esteemed Col. Joseph S. Sanclu:, .' ,

'd by the fact of soleruu declaratioo, hig"'Y'impJicaung I j continued tohim. The state and I try.! I think it proper to a<'d that! there was! no necessary to obtain Wf:*it the approval! 1 of I -"Jb as WO-

) mYlIbarncler. remaining uiicontia-; f condition in of the ihocountry alo Administration.wemVd to 'require ( design deprive the House of Representatives every State. The case rarely: occurs that any We have given much space to she able hr2cri t whosethe

dieted and jtfgfevered tin the public journals change general; Haveyobttm of any rightful and constitutional action over 'I' ea tv icceivcs the unanimous:approval. of theSenate. of President TVer. on the occasion ot iibdm IbaYC
( i in the reform which the which it .
disappointed you subject, might properly exercise '
I '
: The parl1.mnjnrilYbicb had tumctioned a promised yourselves by going Into that contest was, un the intention have i ng his,name.as a, Candidate! 'for, :h Prei4car $:'J|
proceedtyKSO unjtul had, it is true, been swept It contrary my to I have been called upon, in ju>tire to myself *
You demanded a rigid economy tobo, observedin submitted; the Treaty and all calculated tnl chair for another term. Asamattetofjis..ii&
out of. cxtetence by the el''ctions wbkh shortly papers lojmake jhcsti remarks in withdrawing irom I 14
-- afterwards followed ; but,at the time of my occeptance the pubhicexpenditures. JHavo, you in this 10 elucidate it, to the (House nt! Representatives, the position in which my friends had placed me.I ice' every"man sbonldVcad! it. ,,>sf}
.been disappointed You requiredaccountability ; if it had been ratified by the Senate for such
other
ot t&e nomination, although inquiries growing out of
a large plight present
I .- on the part of ullpubIiiagent. Has it not action as thy might have deemed it 'rr in THE,cKiTicisM or,MB. LETT'S ciacciai, coasIadla.r
and overwhelming majority of the opp ltte'' prop the course of the Administration, both in regard .
b'con fuInlle/J Let the fact that a defaulter has adopt-a course pursued in all cases which The News wrtersshouth :
in
(party bad been brought into power by the Pt'o-I! 101 our domestic and foreign relations, -I1s.lo consult and d
j; become almost I unknown for the last three
_ pic Mill for the express purpose of sustaining: (I, : years the action (It the House is required to vote supplies which piinciples have been maintained, which their concoctions alittle better, far atas sbexflinan
the You
anow question. asked that of' s
in,what I bad done, that hud a course of money, or fulfil any other object falling arrest the attention tf future nod ,1 ?
me yet very paity be may even to make a little c-imhlent
policy sb<:ulil |ndoped: which should purifyiis4 within '* more :
the their
,. made no public movement indicative of a 'trieiid.p : scope of power. remote Aqmini tralions--but' let what .I ba'esaid apP. -w
reform I the Was the oli to have effcct. One of them
currency. currency In negotiating the tor the any ;
i ; Iv feeliug.and a. portiun of iu members who'ft'cmed Treaty annexation suffice. All that I ask of my countrymen r',8Yt : ihthpart
the in better
i ii ; control the rest, exhibited the bille..1 I I countiy ever a condition Let the of Texas', which was r jecte -by"the Senate,I i it a candid review my acts, and an impartial weeks, has been laboring 'proteibat l lLecy f
rate of the Exchcagcs between all ot"tht''
.I :! : :- I'SI:! hnstilUy. and the most unrelenting spirit of, country answer tbe inquiry. Has the parts motives have been ascribed tol) the Administration comparison of the condition; ;of.the country now : ajnan of no influence at all ; aoihuihe : a U.ukT these ciicuirutanci-s there I day everbeen which had no place in itsmind; or heart.' v/ith what it wastbrce ngo.J ,cuIt7dit
j opposition. )I I when the sounder years appealfrom is not f mart ; a third,,that be can dacboos
left consistent ,currency was .or tbe One gentleman, occupying a prominent place the of the _.
ivas but one! course to me with I) vituperation present day to the .i
Ira tl" of lower You be ej*, and igrumblvs thai he ?
Exchange rt'r
mk
a honor which was, maintain my position .un'-'i sought once I Ir in the Democratic partvwhetbcr. for good or pen impartial history in the full! confidence > w '

moved by threnK;and unintimidaicd by dequn1ciationswriTbose I I r more lo put the mechanical arts in active oper- ,evil it does not become me ID say,-has aligned thai'neither my motives -nor my nets will bear Congress turn, thewoZd'vpikdoa6n. One -

of my countryman, who had !I I tit ion, and to relieve commerce from the blight i ian address recently delivered in Missouri,two I the interpretation which ha?, for sinister purposes them says the report ot the 'committee onritories 4! bards
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___ ___________ I come to my support, had done so in a self.sacri- which had fallen !upon it. The first; has revived' ftrominent motives for its negotiation : 1st, Personal ., I I been, placed upon them. was written.by him-
I and the last ban unfuiled its sails which now : ambition, and dissolve very eompKainigrj,
&1lr a purpose to I JOHN TYLER. nndIs.eexp
ticing piril,without the indulgence of oth. t Ia -
,
-, any whiten almn' every sea. The paralysis which i iI tbe Uniun. Mr. also in to .Mr. A. F, Brwn ned. the committee, ..
letter
.T: expectation than that my ,choiacter khouM' Clay a rec'nt WASHINGTON, Aug. 20, 184-1. J tnl: .
be vindicated and that the policy of my lid. I t I had fallen.on public crrdi, to an extent ro great I written to the editor of a'newspaper Alabama, thai David Levy insults his COJuunt-ti i : !

ministration should be sustained. ; and I ft-It that,!i I that the poor sum of 85,000,000 of Government has called I the Treaty infamous' and ascribed; to; From the Madisonian of ,the 19th ult. exceedingly 'complimeulary to- mJ and- : saotg
I I stock was offeredto European qnd! American I : it, in its sinister I both I herald
origin objects.
: it would better become me.to abide the mo!t aig"I 1 abld'rcra\ repel I M R. TYLER'S WITH DRA WA L. understanding.In .
.. d feat than.to incur the disgrace of depre-1.capitalists! without our being d fait A I ibeir assaults upon the Treaty '.and its negotiation ,. thenddr from Mr. TYLER,, published! in 'fj
t
pu'chnser, hut! parsed away, aud a well supplied *'. What otj'-ct t of mere personal' ambition ) short, they have expended a t" ,
Ii( dating the act ion of a pnrty; ibrf chief otjct ot I I I his day's paper inuat command ib attention Qf Y '. :-
whose leaders seemed to be to fhslcn Excbcqoer gives evidence not only.of tbe many way connected with otfice could have innWnced labor in heapipgjiluisfso aefct
upon mn I-. 'Tullwho| take any i interest in i,be political l affairs i .
expanxionnt,tiudebu| ot the stable bOILS onI pa "
I II abe hdininistration i in
(: negotiating thc *
ligrace.Ibadiilso. an indistinct hope, Hint (It1 ,tho nation.t .' many SUyphV (w 'Uu '
which rest* the public credit. The) stock tb la .
I very ; "Treaty The public arrhivis lurnUhx! the! faeVUbis:
-i- the great question of the; annexation ot Te.va-4 I It is a bold production; evincing both n eons.ciousnessi'f the simile 'r
thy the stone
for which no II tItJI! ''s cMuld at one .dine be found, iroiij i&l reason to believe that tho TY.atywould ) gut to top of t : hiJiy
might in some degree be controlled by (hue ; I- 'r.-c1iiudi' and j feeling of
u
(iw.
juiiii
rcadilvcoiiiiiiaiuU. in the market advance hill, ii rolls 6listlsenui
1 noxv backhand
t nn have met: :tne unquilinVd approval of' they arc compelled I
Ilion I motives induce l
occupied.Thesu : tiny 'I a ic |ndepeniiencc in i's ainhi.r. Tho atid top'Hs
of fifteen dollars rapid
in the hun.
or twenty both .Mi. Clanli,' 'l Ir. Van Buren. While UIc oicr.tin again.
of the nomination made ,
acceptance by fi-oy | condensed ketch given of the writer's pII3/wn \ork
dred. In the ant.fin time I submit it |
.: \ ricnd*. Before the close of the session df Con- to von tn one was Secretary of State to Mr. Adams, and I' antecedent the eh ction of l&IO, reiten.Ii Tommy, in his tllilutl. has certainly : >
say. whether, principles:, nf the republican> theother tll Gl'uI'rul Jackson, each in his luruI : ig dpIJ
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grehowovardevelopements were so clenrly succinctly! the principles and motives whichguvern'd ( d much tact and tolia/
and hacanduurand
party have not been closely observed in nil that I he ; Toll
lo
aind di&lioctljr made as 'to the threatened hn.tteachmen&.tbat attempted obtain ( annexation; ot 'J""xnl.-! Ins' official conduct '
: ni a subsequent
I has been done. IMd those principles require 11r. justicu are being verified 'f Finrcandj
no tracenf such a mea uro was Clai negotiation WitS carried on with: 1 date, and ,throughout hi* eventful l 4iiiiiait.a-' cbmjanrS'jnf -

l -fI. Mr. J.jQ.Adams'areport, implicating my that we should the recommence of a which new cycle ofweiitv f Mexico, in the third year of her Revolutionary' lion; furnishes evidence not only of the itit'euuousne.s are izt:quilt so pdhiu as hv: would imagaei' :
predecessor Bank of I
motives and conduct in Vetoes of thc'Banknnd years i struggle! while Spain regarded her as a revolted' We '' ters fW
i : my the United States had 'lulrillooVin 1836! of the production, but of the uniform! 1f.delighted ihe course pursued), and as
iI a other bills, was deprived ol all,of its force Begin Province, and her armies were :in possession of pri4ing00sly ]
I I statesmanlike, consistency of tIt President. fiiend of Dacid
the the : frey, we the
of
II 'ninJ.t by increasing derangements bus)l. many ol the strongholds of the What.. ,
nnd furtive effect'by a-Report made country. !
by a cilmI That Preside-in 'l''lcrhas been right and hi' .cha.tciig :
1 I mitte Jof'which' Air. Ellis, of New \ork, was I ucss for.Yt":1rs, attended in its mid career with reubon, thci;, cuuIJ.I I have had for .supposing for vindictive and relentless enemies wronjf-he has: strictest scrutiny, and invite c ?*?*i

1 II comp'I44Iive prospei! ity, then resorting to cflbruby an ii.stant that a Treaty with Texas: after eight i .!I Downing aluiet but of, terly fijlafn
i\, V i' : chairman: accompanied resolution! which I all Its largia means "to fo-co iireeharter and I M'! the proud satisfaction: to he enabled, to point; in eyery pret1cce.riWe _
I .passed the House of Representatives! om" 'few ending its: exigence= amid ';hc'curesand dcnun.'iciationsof gears; ot actual independence' with no Mexican!j proof to the important results' of the policy of do>*uot think it worth white to' notice i ,tb -.
soldier within her oc-I. -
a lavs before the close of the session by n large' 1'erritorysuL'ject ouly to '!.his Adminwlrntion both -
: thtt many it bad ruined. Most ol I ,asional border interruptions, could or. would I' -results important and critici>in, as yetbeing averse- .(oj;,!4sci' terjrw
und not
my m'otivlk-Troni commanding all mnjority imputation only but justifying rescuing! you had. like myself,'through all !ime, pronoun have m." with! opposition 'fromhiiii'or his friend!It citizen happy,, a which nd to are the_obvious world. However to every irftelligeni skinl i! ig" \\'e'w.1 w.tituittil. l ihpy are through". -tacit, !
ced the Bunk to be unconstitutional. had .parties: may ,
and upholding my pohc! }'. The voice of the this your a nd meeting with no such opposition ou the part' .i j: act-whatet'cr sentiments may DO c pre>s ul orentertn'ned Tbeurthel they proceed, tne mr ytJHM. *, {
In electionsof 1842 was thus directly opinions on subject undergone a change in either of Mr. Van 8ur nor Sir. (Clay. and their up.w.
,people 1840, and did contemplate that Gen ral"urrlSOn I j !. at this day. by unscrupulous aspi. ; or refuiatipn. The constituents. u(,fiayid'r1.
you
,
friends it would sounder hareLiny'TUd
that ofthcif puzzle a casuht' than I'
Representatives
respondedjto by milts
to nnd will I ,
and n )'sclf-who during the whole be conceive in I place power-history certainly may expect a ;TBICUFOAKZ viudicatinn ftndL.
Iehh..1I. to to
remained for profess what
and but'litlla
me pcrsonnll p *sitleV8y ,
) do I him Tbe his
avowed [I. justice. ,success ot measures **
f contest our opinion to in complete ilemolition; of
.unchanged th
it could have the relations ? positions and Conf-
cr to expect'or desire. Since the adjournment j interrupted of, lhoe and tbe, condition of Uiu tin- .
,I.- of Congress, the\ lalTgunge! of many of the lead -thut" respect be deserving in.numerous denunciation! addresses the public'uuld two genilemeu, who stood at the moment at ;the ring, his prosperous Administration, will constitute country some of plahits'ant that it will.at.least I. ,b shown, Wtt.

ing rUf the couutry, atid'resoltitions udopted1 t iCeitherof head of their respective parties, and were looked : all that his circular &
.! pressed u' should refuse lo perjure ourselves by the brightest pages of our history. And we are in say **as.
assemblages of the in sane upon by all as! competitors for the Prraiden- done. '11CT5.11WItI14
byJarge People much mistaken it other than n posthumous re -.I i: *
Bank charier, it .
tinning which.'believing be
to It Is well known ,
their have still further cy. thatwhen'hie: negotiation ,1 ,
1" prImarmeetings.! en- ,unconstitutional, our solemn: lath of office ward, for his faithful services, be not rcseritd ---- -.,
dorscd the proceedings: of the House in approbation re. fur tho acquisition of Texan! was commenced for him by his cuuntrvtnen.'fbose ICT As to tbc fact by whom the, oTtae f
to tale 1 Tell stok'
quired us against veto
or
me
moreover
and! "* fellow
to H period ''the
of the 'acts'of.lse Adniinistratioir. I up succeeding signing of '
\ who. from a conviction of right and I Life and Trust Bank ;
brother Republicansof 1840.bave you thcn was, owned,, wig K f : t'dirmem
it ,
could not.liowcver, look ; to own :heTrtaty, was my confident conviction expressed %
exclusively my have lr
duty, steadfastly adhered to the President L
the conclusion that and it 1firient
brought yoursMvi to
.: wishes, which would hu'c'lt'd me immcdiHtely j even to ma a?, thai it would, from the circumstances through" his persecutions, and supported him i a matter of no consequence .I i i..>
i
abuse of the Veto
admitting a possible
to retire'from,a contest which Deemed no longer;: i i I IS it was to erase from the C.. stitution powei that'I I have staled, receive the support both in his feat less and unreluxing resistance of tbc for us, that it was nn institution 'got 'vp>I lursucI

to be possessed of au object worthy of much great tsarri.randoeck proper to unconstitutional r nnd of Mr. Clay and Mr: Van Buwn.so, that neither; assaults of. his unprincipled,enemies, will,, we with no matter what honest 'intentions, it wound"'f'up
'I would be affected anionjTlji
j' further attention.-But I was notut liberty! to do highly; inexpedient legislation, thereby making by negotiation. trust, and we have every reason to blevl stillrally L by defrauding and swindling honest people- :,
It it had been
charged that
KO without; CrU consulting with such of : the Administration
my IhQ will ot' Congress supreme and installing the in vindication of his ; hi Republican out ot. but the writer of the article'
beeaJtn
most prominent and!,stendlast friends as I cou'1dmoat I was prompted by the ambition of securing principles, andjthc wisdom of t.her money ; .
poll
majority ( fthatboily in the full possession of .
I.i rc3dilt. onfl'r with ; men who land shared the greatest boon to jhe country,',and the whole ,. in the News did not lose any. *, ,
i with In much ol the abuse which I had nil the pciveriif Government! Or did you, or country, in the acquisition of a important cy. But the UttvelioosTi-
mo, encountered ( do )oU now still cling to the opinion in whicb I in itself and territory wevorjmuch( ; be may have ben assailed by i we hope. next gwajive! unciI'wll ./

and would partially! have participatrd the qualified Veto 01 i igiimted, that a Government so inseparably connected a' few selfish and intolerant individuals in theDemocratic ascertain'w ho the stock holders are now.ET '
in all the if which in with the interests of Slate in the Umcn. went
I I obloquy any might without checks and balances is tho worst form every party, it cannot be denied tha his -_ -
I the future,'attach"to inc. Sot rual have been and every interest of the Union. I would haveplead bat&jnem
: has been in stricl' A .w
ever accordance wetk
ol Oligarchy,-and that too many guard: ., in F with or two back we took occasion t
Able to C Mult |them, they have yielded their as.' guilty, without a moment of hesitation.I I.' cour '
ching'of the illustrious
order to secure public: liberty. cannot,be thrownover Jefferson, Inll I mentionthLife: ,and Trust1Jank' New :
I the 'which I cot.fcss 1 felt ambitious to add 'another Jhe;
II I sent to course, my own judgment bright I l( the of the have -
; different If, indeed! thai mass Republicans recogniscd.
drttartmcnUi, you : : :
tar to the American Deputies accused usof i nil
I suggests as proper ; and I now announce to them constellation. It would : making H
and do now nun c iluIOoil
advocates of>> a;change 80 vital as that recognise a distinguish
nnd the myjvilhdrawal from the Presi. lore proposed nave DeCO a source ot pritlello{ if thai a Well is there that : To
II I I \ country then n\9f not ony! tbe Garrisons arid me ed statesman, entitled to the gratitude of the hOY bun in !- \ .
dential canvttss: measure hud been carried, 16 have witnessed jsioryW .
4 Tuppans of our own country rejoice, but a from the retirement that awaits whole country but more especially of the Dem to make capital:.out,of th t.o of,' :defunct >
the
I (cannot omit to accompany this public an. shout should'ftm6p tbm tbe Abolition ('onven. expanVioriFbf coasfwisc me, annual ocralic party Bank in Florida. \ there :(1. t- J

nunciatton with! a'few ft'mub. address*-d to the lion o( the wbole;,world," at the tact that our our and foreign trade, On the other hand, all the vituperations all : ,, 4
and the increased last
.
Republican1 portion of what was called the federal' system has" ;given way before the powerof prosperity of our agricultureand the insults and injuries, with the exceptions tempt made winter to resusifate that coo- |

Whig party of 1810. make no appeal tolbal a consolidated government whrvc will, utter Texas manufactures which would, through ha\v the rapid growth of I I ded tn, have proceeded from ihe Whig nlu1 cern and. were not the most prominent whgflavorabty *. Jktetot'tl

other portion, which was 'formerly known 'during ed forth by seclio 'majorities\ was absolute, followed the ratification i From its dictatorial leader down to the merest inclined to the measure. We assert -

,the early! period ol cur political I i< history ns admitting.of nn clux'k l or resi'tance from any thai this of would. the Have Treaty.furnished Yes. I |freely confess I carnp,'follower, President Tyler has .experienced that the recent nominations at Fort King weie; was ;

.. }'ederalistBntaluU; rdn'l\s National! Republicans If indeed 'I i me an unfailingsource I but I
whatever. these be nothing
'" quarter ) your obloquy-obloquy without '
'and under the of pratifica'ion to the tndot;, my life. I made, with the view, either to revive .the old thlriicad
general uppella-
now (pass then have 1
opinions most grievously disappointed provocation any just cause. And all those
I Such I would bts should have seen also the Uniun'of the States Bunks, and toj ddle tb., faith beads the
tion of Whigs. an appeal the hopes) injthich you indulged in who have dared to defend what they approved upon

wholly out of place, since their political principles connL'CIunVilla; my: election and Jny Administration. becoming stronger and ..tronger'through' their in his course, have shared the odium hurled at people, or to charter new ones.

4 are entirely ut'war. with those"1 have advo.a I must, nevertheless; uiotl solemnlyaver reciprocal afl ction-Iocal jealousies suppressed him.'and are marked for destruction. Under Every Candidate selected Bank man and g
c.itcd through life. I mean no imputation or. and fanatical schemes and schemers alike a \ In,i iDi
that bad' I been aware thai guch would such circumstances, wo need not ask if there
1 -. their motives or their patriotism. 1 doubt not jmvc Un expected and required of me-if I prostrate. I should hive witnessed the blessed exists a single-true friend of the president, who thorough going. Alaj. PCT3.Al while in >bollouscof ten ,

I .' hat tho. old Federal' party, in the lead, of which could have i believed: that you.: whose candidate suits of our Federative system embraced will basely s\elllho ranks of hi* foes, or Representatives in ,

tooJ thp eldor Adams, wei.e, ut deeply and sin.cereljr I was peculiarly considered; and -to conciliate the finest country in the world, and brought contribute in anv,manner to produce biter triumph j ry measure of reform, and lSooppen,
II Il I convinced of the necessity of the Alien under Us influence a people devoted like ever
ourselves
l I whom I was nominated for the Vice Presidency, the over their faithful leader,and ovcr themselves. tempt at investigation of the conduct of Ihe
., and Sedition. lawil. S the preset is ot that of a would have required cit.me in the contingency lo maintenance aNd preservation of U would be both unnatural and unjust. 'rbey'coul4

t -. Bank ot the United States, witn other measure whicli unhapily occurred, .thai I.should commence tree gu'crnment. This was the kind of ambi- not consent to a malignant condemnationof institutions. He was vne of the Bank chmp ..cochar

\ equally lalitudinous. along with the abolition of' my Administration with an act of perjury lion which prompted the negotiation of the the man whom tbey so triumphantly vindicated ions, and was not Maj.l/lrl also, on si '

j.no Veto power, whereby to convert the Governmcnt ,and sanctionedmeasures, abhorrent to every Treaty.which. I Its ratification was the sole honor in 1841, 1842, and lS43al the ballot-box Look: at the.jiural tell l the people'-thaa
a V into mere majority machine-to make it coveted, and all that 1 now desire. !
: a of
principle past life and at war with the wIthoutan
,
my WhIt ainistea- es acknowledgement ot their own project is,on foot to saddle more of these foltw *
notices could b l lr
.... I. the Government cf a si gle'muiJn, instead ot prosperity of the, country and the continuanceof have'originated the hypocrisy nnd turpitude. ,No will r
4 I 'WItYhat ii ispol) >>itical compact bet ween free,so v.crcigu liberty would not.have suffered my name, negotiation al this time, that did not exist in duit And the final overthrow, ; they of Mr.never corporations upon you. Bewure. #

and J independent,' Stl bJt by which so humble as it was, to have been breathed in the 187Vh"t! was there now to have rendereda will boa warning through future Clay. Let not the people blame u bnus.we ble'

inucii.pover .'and'no. 'more had been granted cam'Ass. No, I claim the proud privilege of an treaty: infamous which did not exist then ? If political leaders,'who might time fain to unprincipled not.given t.mely"warning. We judge D1C1 fl wh-
common Agent of oil\! the States, ns they esteemed American citizen think it be said that we had a Treaty of Limits with hopeto
to a to f.rmyacIt on all sub. l be al!*
[ enabled slander i fruits
to and crush from their the
1 an public acts, and from
Mexico I upright
ask if in 1827
1c(.bo necessary for ihe'promolioia of jects, and to net in pursuance of my own convictions I I wo had not also a and meritorious :Chief Pr1rt'

their mutual' happiness. No ; to them I have -and ,it would' require total change of 1'reatyof L%...itswith Spain 1 We had rcco ty, because.he be Magistrate"' without with Iopuni.l! ( ready produced, you may ent mo from tbc

__: to If I have received their nised independence of Mexico (, a I tree. ,, Co.
nothing say. support my nature in order convert me into a. mere I and, there. > ,, same t'

At any lime, it has teen, not 'from attachment to instrument of.party, or of party dictation. fore virtually claimed that \\'e had n perfect Mis. informs the citizens of Calais 0 r rCa pl. Summcrlin,we have head he isfotA agwhjc

a 1If mo or my political principles, but train some 1 would appeal not only to yourselves but to right to treat with her for the annexation of that luG-ul. the tailoring business. of Bonds and Mortgagr and intc ct.

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Ofhk 1o wil4go tbFJ.t be amen Jedibut,, was omitted in the hurry of aad Auction sales., $ f 'T I To an ldtror thY .nor Court of 'rn, E r UNITED STATES.. k'
: ......JO other engagements, considered a matter of not In conclusion I beg again to referthe pe6plb vol PURSUANT of'Eat FloridaJon the Admiralty '. 'I'

W 'vJrJ.1r', measures.. iijucJvknpo'riance, as on the motion of any one -past Florida to the Journals of I the'House%_ !:sid" oi, aidCourt. I will offer f-r nle in Jtis cur on N porsnanca of law, 1, JOHW TTTKB, President 1
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: :! .L ,1NC" "beJ .'' if could hate been 'amended during any -of tbetlirec anJJet'them say whether the measuresXpnvred, Monday Ihe2dday of Septembernext.a BLACK MAN I of the United Slates of America do bertby '

; htirThe !huptrialDlj readings had of every measure in each advocated and supported in the Leghlaiurjj.by,, abonttbirty ..u. 1d."bo faya'u ;n.mefilJiam, clara and nuke knowu, that. .public sate will beheld ; \

:i e J COft.1Jlnat and cirri/*,,that our house. I should Uc'- lorry, to find f bat any one me ,were such as to induce the belief that I' and that be formerly.betoQfed, to,Ann Done) of AnneArondelConutyMaryland. al the Land Office at NE NAN8VILLE.' in' 'I.,

\. :iaf Arl ron r l'fi' hsp m.tokocp had 'sustained injury from an accusation, : as !:.wished to.. tax the peoplefoivany other tbant'county I. nflhe l sUves The paid Willuui on board l>eiocOB TERRITORY' OF FLOBID commencing
igltf recently apprehended the sixteenth of Decembervezt,
day
ri.i4aYored alUUa look ,wholly' to impose purpose..ai4 that tax to bo levied,by i mi Monday ,
out groundless nsjhatpf desiring :
? wi ihe I'ilat ScLooncr La Fayette of the Balize which was for the disposal of the noappropriated'vacant'* :
aii unequal and oppressive i tax on any claw .ofl I I the respective County Courts and not by the {, Tortu Reef. '
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Jot. our country particularly stranded on the a* lie land*'within the limits of townihipt hereinafter -
j ; : ourfeltowcidzenz., I can nay' with entice.truth; legislature, and I challenge Col. Lancasier to JOHN BEARD. U. 8. Marshal. I designated wit: .
t'nd all movements
Indian
|.ibf- thft; *," that.such an idea never entered Ihejiea'ds, and prove by the Journals or in any other manner. St ApgiBfine.E.F.: July 25th, 1 1344. the Meridian. .
r jjit. South tfthe and
I; \ Frornouj want of:i infor- was farthest from the wishes of any of thecommitlce the truth of his malicious'statements., ___ & BateJLint Jjfrst of j .i'

'.daDPJ"; 4aU; eli a'rid'ttuptotyy wehate ; their roost anx'mis desire being to render Your obedient serv't. Marshal's Sale. of Township ;jiweuty, tweuty- ae'lIud twtuty-two- .j'|

dV'o Ica'rn; nor have We.icilnetttd I the tax'as equal and as light as possible nil the JOSEPH 'S. SANCHEZ. Superior Coiirl-.Alachua Co. The range two eighteen eastern roost lieu of section in township '- i,

Jilt 4f*# on the of ,'provision about cattle was 'made through' mis- County St. John Aug.: 30,1844. .DISTRICT OF EAST FLORIDA nTtern. the two*easternmost HTera or section 'and : 1

4 "'J pjoc umpl i jrt P1'1 takeltahhuof\my' own or tbe clerk who copied # Alexander. Crichton vs.Uad' Humphreys. vectioua, _twel t1-ao. twculy-eeven and .Uurtyfotirv .
.} tjI6 ) fO h impression the bill mo'it:pr baby I the former-mv alien- TilE MADISONIAN: PAMPHLET. I in township .i ixtm. the east;, half of to ".hip. set-J |. .

_ I Lrt J "tIievInced( iu*j\tr1 d I lion at the first session i nf my 8enatotial term There will be itSuedfrthe; Madhonian'offitfe By ''tfrtne'of' a Writ of Fieri Facial inued nforesaid from enteen aud the east half of township:eijbleen.and .'... V |k
Lhe. Illite ,of f the Clerk of the Court
attracted the Slate the Territorial Pamphlet containing 1st, the set lie oaf [twenty-one ,wrot-ilbt, and thirty \[
J .fortiif i_fd.any;tf'ibo,wttleM, &ud.thaleahy' : \ was to ot on Saturday a iu the above entitled cause have levied on, and '
lI Treasury for the collection of Taxes the en. A/r. Letter Withdrawal Slurs, in. the fcam township and:an of tewnahipsnineteen
; "' apprehended from Tyler's nf wijl offur .for -,le""t\PJ.\J ic Auction, in front of the ( '\
fcMt tire inefficiency of our laws IU that respect and 2J. ,Air. We zter's Kxposure ,/ Mr. Clay's pur- Court House in NtjanaasVille. Alachua county on and twenty, ezcepl.tbe weiiojnnuoat*
of unctions irftlie former of ninetPer
\, ty$)ftftfitary Editor say, this\ i U ther j the abandtm of PrJt tiJ1l. I In' all the ,' tier range :
the teuitieruext right
: very heavy, expenses paid by 'people ; .pot* to principle the first Monday! Sej> Town.Lip.4 fonrteen,:fifteen and sixteen,-of rang \.
'1ii.pdet" cotcr" at the Editor is': ,making the debt of;Ibo Territory wu%certainly increasing 3d. A Seritsrf Essay,dissecting the Character title and interest of Gad Humphreys in andti> (heuodiTtded ea twenty,'iWotyoue and twenty-two. !

I b.I ."!1 i ,ll i.f.OJ'GOOD JunrBdfctTr," will he'conL'1t1.II and no means provided for ,its ,extinguish of Mr.'Clay-republithed from Mqfiitonian oJ moiety or a ceilain Tract of Laud containing 'Towuxuips'fifteen .and twenty, of range twenty ,. \

'Jight, and let uc meat ; I could not reconcile ito n propcn', 1844,&an&SS-.the production qfi aMIGIiTYMIVD' 't firie n bnndied acres situnted 1n a place three. '
jjir y "' (jfr.public duty |o receive my_ own salary for -, cUl'4% the Ui: Swani'ot.Hamincin the outyif Linda appropriated by law for the use. of,school.,' .
rc4ed .June 24.. 1844. Alachua! ,:orijin1 lli| :planted tf AntiMiio Alvartz' by military.ur-.uthcz ,-nlll be excluded front-: :" ;,
fnMt1aln "'! '* !I.rnJli J1 tcgJctIbju6 4ikfteqeralJackon of purposes .
I ;
.A .Jo 4oppPgerkoib. .
epaoWkliuyerHtt iMo ** ., :
: .
oVinviiBs'pf'oihePbmcers; whose claim to a Citizen ff'Indiana,an Polk air; ;i i' f?| vJ* **03- : < 'w asj'Vjfr.sMteTbe :' v. r
d r'said
cfitlrmtiontf Tib" DreeVnher:, ItJ 17 ; wl.jcb"undi td muittv ablest r
1 Mle will be far two week, (
1DCI..any'\ : : thing tl lhjof'Florld I equally meritorious, ,and, perhaps more in need and Dallas bylh Raltimore on the Trart'ifLiiiil wl.,eouvefed by tbe said Alva the lands. kept dinpo.'ed open or)>and : -
;
l I are oouer no'lnpger -
,_:tn Indian*, and fromprocWii&alfibn remained unpaid. .De\idett seemed to nv, wo sulyectthe Annexation of T,xas. .. ., rez to the snid.Hmiiphiey'0 ,<>u the.13Ih day 'o1.Au. and iio private entries of lard in the towubips'lO' -

: haVeWLTa114 know,! 'Where could with a good a'stem.irbnul inconvenience i .. A large number of the active Pamphlets' will I gust A. 1)' 1825, by a dfe.l of t that date which, was offered will be admitted., until after the expiration.of", .

1. *.. /: 41tlc to the people, by.the imposition of a' very printed, supply ordets from every section recorded in ''the.Office. the,Clerk, of the Count) the two weeks*. .. -, -. -.' "' -
dian'eYiDced such great friendship'They light taxin a lew years pay up pur debt-and uf the country. Price two dollar perjiundred, Ooiul .,f Si.Jobn'* County, Ca the. lat day of Sep- Given under n y baud; at the city.of Washington

: jW.ett\' ; 'evi eed' B great friend- hear all the expenses ot Government whereas n advance ti'inher 18:. andf.afeiwardi: in tli bRicejofthe j this tweuty.founn, day of June Anne:,Donnaionethuuand

.q t;, .. 'Treat. I x.. .fl ri tans' were I 'tinder the present sysicmthedebt will not only Democratic papers are respectfully requested .. Clerk of thu County. ,Curt. of BEARD AUctnii;County.JOHN Mnabai.ny ei-hl bundled aud fortyfour ..-
remain unpaid but in a few years i increase from to copyMa.l lunian, I9lh vlt. j t J. 'l'YLmi.. -
tffroin .
-i...ero.wa not Jhe:least difficulty 85OOOwhch()_ i is probably'our present indebtedness --. J. B., BLANTON, Dp. Manual. Dy the President : .

; '- pJtilri 1' .', ,tlierri.0 What was the to 8100,000 as ,to make,iu payment It is estimated That inline recent stale elections- July SO, I 1811D 'THO. II. BL-KC- .-.

'K"jl.rp' .ihpse.:who ha.v?! fadtricndsT&toiLnwer ', highly oppressive nnd anerous., In my enquiries the \ higs have lost7'2.boO' votes since 1940, a-' : Thcar4evesale, postponed until Mondaythe Com'nr.' if the Central Land' Office." : :J '' .
October L '
7th next.
I day .
i" That thu Indians! in the: into iho systemifthe State of the Union bout.oyic 'half of the majority that elcted Hurri- .NOTICE' PRE.Eln1'J'IOtJ- L UJ''NT" t ,' "r-1i.
,
'RIIS"h1.yr JUanatec. may be friendly there we that of:lhc state of Ohio seemed more '.jut.etndvquita'k. son. To all whom it,may c
,; i more perspicuous nnd clear ihnn, any ,; lo Iwreby wain anditj l | tfubj nor do w j mean to cast any:" <
; \
40 I examined this and
I ro/nVJ. endeavored t to ; lj'I piircb'aiiriiglbelbov'e'property.atuiesiti enumerated, is required0':,establish tbe 'sane to\}&
i MI''p b''lb& Fruceedings'orlhot meptiftg,' nccomodate it as f.'lruII possible! to our- situation The Greatventionwas Georgia.' Democrat t. mass above rf Veriizedi'dlei!ajitbeiiiai;r W.i itUlactlon of the Kei i.it r.nud Receiver the Land )

:, biro-crery rea cp ;to think, the poisons I i i and con JJt "n. The provision cattle, was corned ; bcd! nC Macliri on the Slstf. jjjt.j t i:ri irLtllU.I.U i.i/ or cIiiuittsejtuo." :or,ri*bt to sell Office,'and uial e:'ptyme't! e.cfi'r'AlIOO. 'UprtctieabliafUr -: .

Jbarcin jncerey| ,believe i as'in tho original ,.prpvilling a valua. The members in attendance are estimated to :! I Site, aame'upun: bin IItJd J''execution jigrtinM iiI! Gul string this .noite, and before' the' day:,p- .
r vhmo najnc appear two for them on which a pro-rnta assessment I IIl1t11JltrVo purciiHHed the mul land at Mar pointed for the commencement of'the public III4JJt

1p .IfctUofriendly: to them., The Manatee settlcmeotbsocea \ should be made, and lh" mistake, was, in not amount to 25,000. 'fbe greatest enthusiasm<. }flnllV .! III3 on the >(t.I. t>f April. 1I 'Th j judgipii the to-wl"hip,i embracing the trect claimed,'abdre! '"' :

\, I but a ihort.timo.in being i ,)theyChadpcrsooaiiilleicatiunswiih illsprtin", our Houthern.rate in ;-lnCt'of the h ih-,\. vailed. _.._ jiponiiicbwe derive our' Title ha" born reguI4rkyeirIe.I designated, ; otherwise such rlaim will be forfeited" *' *.' 4
p ( ; the of( HilMnirbiiffh! the ,THO.; H.,BLAKE.
., in, county !
the, In"Tbfjr i erNorihern their i cattle tJ
valuable t : "
e 'If' one,' being more The National Democratic Convention was I c'u.itv' \\iitre the l..aud Iiei.' The Superior Court of C A.7If'. of. the Gi .'LLdQffici. '. ...: _

1iaii4' 'are but pacifically known to them._ t than ours. 'held at Nashville on the 15th uii,50O00persons the! Extern.DUtrictof: Florida..liasafter: r afulliiiycn- July 23. i4i *.*. ". ..
YotS will recollect flint;finding the House in- &I'Ultlllllltmwf, WICK decided that' said,LauJ -- : a ".
et\lerwho hero bcfor the -I
\
: :,s .raided f disposed to these bill*, I prevnileduon you to were I'll 5"nl. The dinner tables were two .tint1iii thj said county;'of HilUbarb'igb. best' Iei.we 'superior' COnrt-Ulst'lct. of -,E.f ..' [--4w-

II : lad.his h..enty.kirmilhcs with introduce others founded on our old'system, being miles in:length.PoVi .. bonafdr. purchased! the came, have our.Deed aiid FLORIDA, ; -" !

$ bad friends and 'relatives inhu. I of opinion\ 'that a* tho first .necessarily and Dallas are certain to be elected. It.are. in i oso. iou'thereof. I 2n chancery.. :' ,
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IGfc'itk'&O long, the members might.be unwilling to enter- JAMES THOMSON. I '. .
":jrpacherousty; butchered bylhcm- Lanri 51. E. CF.vertioubber ,..I..I'
< is of no use to hoist the flag on the cypress pole WILLIAM THOMSON .
1 lr.
their examination. 'r all the bills
known to them whether} 1 on pl3nof .' ". FOliWAUl' neat friend John U. Everuoo, | ." "" *\. '
peuonally W. A [
by
I and'fiittoWli'wtwlKer I was substitute a's'stem- County operation tGday. luuir : Complain,. ,I cl' ,-"'j"'? !
iC"hdlll'nS aref1riehdlyto them, in place 01 :n Territorial one. The latter set of Atturiioyv' vs. ,)On b 11 foi relf.iPeter.Sken
r' bbe thinks the least dim. w Married St Aii-nMine. F.. F7 l Smith.-.Theodore B. ', '
a J bills proposed, that the,Territorial taxes shouldbe .Aiigii4 JhI@.J4. < Aug. 13: 'I .q
fev..teepprchended from .them ; a nd "nskkttfkem'etth'mvrdererofIiWe abolished-that the counties should pay their At Newark N. J., on tho 6th inst. by the Rev.;' Guy deynioiir ,llalliday, do- .j
cultyi .
.
Ii. I andoil4ruLuecliizgs own expenses of-cvery kind nnd to enable them J. Abeel Baldwin JOHN ADAMS Low, Esq., ot rt. Marshal's Sale. fendants. .f 'i .
( APPKARLNG: the satisfaction of tbe Cooit
IJ ; : to do so, they should have nil the means the Territory New York, to Miss LOUISA, daughter of the late Superior Court"District of E. IT '
Peter >ki>n Smith one of tbe defendants,
Kovld, iJt/iimdJy'l0fD4rd.hat
had. fines, forfeitures &c. Having to Jesse Baldwin, Esq of Newark. .
.
i. FLORIDA. Uabsceiit from;i'.hi* Territory, and that be reaidbuia -
1.la : O" I I paytheireXeECSattetfliflfl would be given to "-, ,\ Elias 0. Gould vs. John Carrerds, Ex'r. of 1 one'of.. Uuitrd 1'le"and Iheodore B. Guy,in-- _
c. !nj\bc\ !Indians &c. is another. thing, them nnd none but fair and just claims allowed MARINE JOURNAL Elizabeth other of said Defendants afc.o resides out of this .
and the Legislature i would, l lIe< relieved from the I ; Wiggins. ;, "Tefriloiy.ttudinouother of, the United Stater and
find fairiy uno base.nouph for ho .act, let him 1M m or SSU'a AVloIJ ma ed from
lifa i Writ of Fieri ."cii" w i
task of passing at cvcry eion applications By'it" on motion pi the complainant solicitors it is ordered;
IttxpattiJi: Come out with them Mr. Editor, and\! fur payment J oVoid claims, having littliv or no I I AnnU.ED. afor&*iud n the 1II"e enlUlfd.en use that the said Peter Slwn buiitb and-Theodore. 'B. -
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thci'namei'. The 1 will "n.11ir'"a1f at Public, Aucimn ;*I thef int of do demur; the
"oqE b auihorityf"bbo\v up foundation in justice or right-to' the Guy uppeAtand Hitiiwer plead or to
pay up
Med him Adams Charleston.
t 29thSch. the Court .,OUot tIIlhe City of St. Ang'iis'ire mrthe6r bill of VSIIi1IailahItfikd in cause.wihu live
MeriLd1u weak a. it is, will have shot'ut them.HjiWiibRAwiNG. Territorial debts, the auction lax, was reserved.amounting 3d-Scb.Hudsou, Milieu, Washington, 1). C.- .t Mond.-iy, i-i September'next, 3dO, ..Xtrm Land iniiiitlis: flow the publication OfL"it; : ordei.01: that the .
to upwards of $3,000and a requisi- the I K:> .t fide of l.ak G, it bring ll.e name
: on i ;o get j jT i said bill pru confeu be take against them;and it if .
,
i .-Thu Democratic Union in '' lion xvps provided to be nmde on the different ,. Passenger, Mr. Taylor' '"cTwhich wtugraiiltfd by the Sp.uisu O"'UIUPllt fruthzrordei-.1. that notice. if this,order.or'Ia copy ,

', : vfcrtncu to"Ihe cooiiMtnilidulu 1 for governor\ in .counties, of $100,'in proportion to their repre.'sCtU1iufljO ,..._,."j. -' IAI1.ED.. to CnrliM: Cinrku on tliu! iiJjOcu. IBI4. ,, and I! afierjwHrds, thereof be published four month consecutively,) a. l '.t.i..; ,: _'.
''iioo :rtt.i."tI1i kti 1 Jiysrir i ua admitted J\slo produce 33,000) more, thus 24ib-U.S.Sen Crawford Day Su annnb.**, cmitinnrd tOL tf.tid.Elixdbetli' Wi'" ::ins'jiii' beir'atjaw, cordiiix the provisioa of.the i.LAtuteii'sucbca.ses.: .: '4;.t : _

frc lljaljftewc're! etKiirele 1 from iho dio % n ofIhesoItM making a find of SOpoo'lhe() first year which ]1: J9ih-8ch. Maria, Johnson, Charleston. of aid Choke- 1 ,, : S'irhat, ,. m.id".nd proiJcd.'i; '4. -

""b '' ot hi1'1t'et. 'xvith It Spanish might be increased nfu'rwardsto he discontinued I _ JOHN* BEARD.'U ,1 DRONSONJad, ,. AA. "

J, bIizeIk: ; f 9iu1d n-'l: draw intell enco tjtxif '. and civpn to'the counties, ItO soon as the HA PF.USONS( having any demands asjaimt I I < Dist.. fabt FIuridLJulii31)ISI4 ,; May? -1844. f .1. -\ ,:': ,, -

blK l, '. him .louaubic him, to write throe public debt was discharged. The present ex- I ALL": J. HEDRICK. nf St. AugiiKtine. K. F., 'I -- Dist..OF ,oJ of Au't..'Comntnitsary of St'... ) f.J
Co..t-Eaitern
wDtte. ." ,C& "n'clh' juries; wore proposed to be reduced by abolishing will: hand them in within:t inoii'hs and all those. indebted Superior ;r. AaeiiMine., E. F..20Ui July. 18-14.. ( .-

the offices of President and Commissionerof will make immediate payment. to 9 FLORIDA.In ROl'OSAIS will be received at ibis office, ,Until -,'
To th?\ Electors ofliast Florida.. the city ot Tallahassee, ((111P' auditor bcing I I' J \O.G, KALLIGANT. As-iguee Eanhrvplcy. P thai iiSth next for.*applyiof the United -
their duties and collect For JXO.J.HEDUICK. In the matter of ThotnaY S. 1Jopki1J ,,o. Bankrupt. -
Fuxcnv\CiriXEN\ : Since my nominntion as I i retained todfccharge to State Troop stationed at St. Francis tiariacks.
?
,
candidate fir thu Senate, I have received let !old debt) The salaries of Brigade Inspector I Sept. 3J( I 1341. St. Augustine with FKE311 BEEF.. .
'
"l'I( .diO rent sections of ihe District, 'I p- 1 a*nd privatescretary of the Governor were nl- I ltJ OTICE: hereby given that Ten d.ivs from data The &Jeer must be of-good quality. :and in such
.. To IteiH. t
> SOlO be bolMicd. thus making a reduction; of 1-I I fliftll inikH; a dividend of I lie fuh'l belonging quantities as IU'Y te required lot Ihti,Troop.,, (rom
or mitt are mOUllrIWily .
various -
piKIng n-porls :.Mr
STONE HOUSE
me : opposite GutXcnd i
in R of tbU Court, .
$2.000 in the public THE to ai.l Estate now iie| > Mry time to time.bythe; Commaudinjt Officer-not: to exceed
in inHtitncejvutigiiinsl
order :
crcutatcd'nmongpu, to expenses. of Bridge and Ctimlorte streets.AU' .
editors asslull IMVB filed their cia iGJS.
I am such c i three times week ; for which payment'will be .
mg
their ] .JL nta wedded' to' no ;plan of my own, indeed the Brick JNO. J. llr.n. ,
mo.A* charges are so utI I' >, store occnp'wJ by GEU: U. FAIRBANKS, Clerk. made 'not'tlily.M in the event'of the Assistant Cona- --f
fcrly talsc and so improbable, and at variance I should be pleased find a proposition for a bet. KICK in Charlotte Street, will be rented to a good a.JulyM'i *t>.t. v*. > mii.'nry of Snbaistence being without fund*; a* _sooa

.lt1)JaJ\11! \ publfclife., ,my. inlet usls, and my tcr from any one rise. Those gentlemen who Tetiuol,and immediate pos esiion given. Notice ,Ube in i supplied 1 f It Unit lUiIii5e. _. -
"
l lIa14'3 t ut'.lao: ,wihe* of the people, my J I find n single fault in my bills-who are seeking Apply; I I. The contract ix lo axUt.Twelve ilon b.. iz : from
offices and to make cupitul by JNO.G. FALLKJANT. I" r..hy &iedtn: all whom it may conCftn'lh3l1 .t
rHroptcwion| Wlia.nol In nsticothem.' Gentle public expect IS Igtli ppteiuherj l 44, lo 13lh September 1845. '
mcAyl tnou bt and still think, that'among you objecting to them, are bound to propose some that I AltlilIee fur JNO. J. HCUUICK.fB I li.ive hilt day filed.my Pulii.iun. in he Udice of I ProjHMul will be sealed and directed to,,Ltenl: '

Um.uficMutly k' or..I was born and brought are belter-no "people will be satisfied \vih: a ; Sept.3d, I itcii. the Clerk of the County Cyoiirtol' St.Jv'Im'i inuty the I.irkin Smith i Hth Inf., A. C. 8., U. 8. Aiuv' St.:

BpWnU;
r .fart-alarnya been. p'>or and b1tt l during all himself-with curptnsr at, and finding fault with ,JL Public that the Planter' Hotel in St. Augustine. a..! Iu-Illit d, I'eter Alallucey. 'di.d '.t'ized or11c SMITH. J

tor liio tuyaiti; n>y<|ivelihoo'kfrom! my little stock the well rntiintaiid honest efforts of an associate i ., E.,F.-. bating changed haiid. wilt be onen in ..ed. uud that at lb.! rleU 'Ilirie-Term fir i I1IiiJ 13 1st.Lieutenant, Mb Inf.. A.'. C< 8.. i 1 ,

I *5rIt.( nnd' rn'f % hi'atibht' AVJth the stock, they.will' ray to k ioigo'lktm and do.belter ; \vc few days, under tbe auperiateudauce of Mr. N. II. CUll nty Cossit 10''be hold11 at the CIIV or st. Au- August 3 ____

1eiilA4.(be' \Jaii} my Interests a're'and 01. ;i have had enough of talk these twenty years past, i Drees, nod no exertion ill be spetired to make the gnstine, in nut for saM C'iiinty; to wet,.on Ihe'firsl ,T ) _

ha ac O'.iitailiftak' Ciarld Jlhe bessttuW and new wan! work. House worthy' of Patronage Mondty in September, 1 lt44. I wi.l apply to cud Notice.j ,
4 *-'. v' W ith Icntimcnls of esteem, JNO. U. FA LUG ANT, A ienee. I Court for nn allotoiei tlioreof purxu.mt to the SUBSCRIBER will receive sealed "
0 'lu-cli n.axi po-
.1cH'PaW& pr
\
: ,Yuurs tiulv. St. Augustine, tient. 3JNotice. I44.. Statute in ouch case mare ned provided! THE. r
lirirlt, r\o\ W ICtlJ\ ptsscd.! \ very until;;jtlMtS" th of thi. month:for the sup'
M\RY MANUCEY.yWow"aiid .
T.BALTZELL.After of the that be stationed
Troop ,
and f plying oow or may
; 4 jJ) 1 rPt -royself my \ :[ Admini,irairix. U
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bo. aid interview'with Col. Lancaster in tJtib ciiy witl thii beat quality of Hickory Oak and
4 4pwc.iuwjld .be.aUemptcd; to' palm.tdoflq'onyput'bavlng my
hereby given, That TWO MONTHS afterdate, 30 Ash lire wood. for from Iti44
IS St .\IItI..l% npt July one year Sept. lit to
been support byomuc1lessashavingJi.sejh I Ime I that I' should hear, no more of the
hadhoped the fliibsuiiber a< Adinini Sanchez him.butvas '
Simem from
'cow particularly more the MdrqtiU FOUGERES. deceased will pieoent' rord of one hundred and solid
price per twenty eight .
_ _
'fur"l progenitor< {Apd, cuuJd 1 elievo that 1 i than surprised when I read the following resoilulion I bas accounts to the Honorable Judge nfile County' Superior Court ; District El.: .I-. I, feet-nut'u click to be four feet iu lenih.and straightso i' !

*U4tfl1.orttcmpt deception wbula fur adopted at Iho whig convention held at t i p C'ou'l l.'for adjustment: and notice is hereby fuithertgivpn IN CUA CEltr. I a.s lit be tlncely carded-nnd no click to fie over ;i

ipetij\bq entertained by y u.iP.'Ap'rjjof Fort King at which convention the said Col. thai SIX MONTH 3.after date I will apply for t! 'Moses) E. Le.yvs coiiijhiuant, eight inchen in diameter. The wood to be delivered /

.' : she "cow ,tax" 80: far as I have Lancaster acted as PresZJenl.S. .' a final dismissal as said A'ddiinUtratnr : ol vlmh', in such quantities and at nch'iinieas the undersign
nil per.oll'inltre.hd please totak notir.f.FltANCIcJ Juan Bias de Fn.tra'go, Tharles Robion xecutor of F tdor liinfre in office \ *:
a"att-racoU., has its origin in Col. Jos.ZrUIt.LNcAI Resolved, That as mlny: of our citizens are ,is Inay require.'andto be /
GUI, Adm'r. I Aireiloado, iIaja I Arredondo. 3 crc,,t M.) Ar ctrded in the wood \
closely at St. /
tLa. theujMVjker oj'lhe lat Lfgw- 'but recently settled in their new homes and as I up yard Francis = -
July! _27. rttdondo.Di'roIrA Huavndia;Uciuingo IM Tsiraj Fran 'rn k.o' at nncli other place l ede inate "
as > "
-iatttetOouociI$, who 1 presided over the delibcra these new settlers derive most of their comforts I I n..z.Juau. F.Marie may '
IEstate vi"io laSaar.IU'o'U l. Bond with two siiretie. 'whose 'ifEcit
I will
hoes tjf Ibat'bodr, end must be cog isanl.of all 'and the means of subsitttnce, in some way, from 1'iHXtd C. Affetlondo, l"etmUlf1ul\rreduudu be fir the ncy
of"Win.S3 Le1"IIl''lon dec.i.t l n fZ.- judged by undersigned' or hit ancestor*, '
$ ures lntfodoct! it'.that! Hcfslon, besides, I '*lher' littleVtocki wo arc opposed to the 'Taxa.ion t MONTHS after date t'eilru .M. Arredondo Joseph M. ArredllJIJarj:: will be required'for': the faithful tiecutiou of the con
( we willapply to toJude
; 'l?e17oubIhblin h'n i passctsloi) the Jour ,"/ of'stock cattle, and especially; at the ex- K or the County Court of St. JoJtus County, tor mina Arrili'iitlu. Inez Arredondo Femaiido'Aire' tract. .

!. 7 : ,wWch.thV' voles aud measures of the 'horbitnut valuation of .*' eight dollar per a fiiwldinchargeas! administratrix and oihuiuiitratur iloado, F.MiicUcii' Arredondo Uabina ArrcJondo The proposal! will be endorsed'- Proposals for -
berf Composing that body could have bceubUni,4 head" L of aid estatebf which all concerned will lake' due M-VU I Aroihndii) ,M1&ulldbrredunt.ln.lltt"I'lis.r, siipi>liug firewood. .

.ua 1De 14d.ATq" .. This resolution is cither a trick intending or notice. E. E. LEVINCJSTON. JilunuvlJ0VpliArr<' h"td".Car"hue Arredoiidii.,l.iiti THO. P.HUNT. '
addrcmcd. this i* Arredondo Isabel Ar-ndondo. Maria Arredondo )'- Col. & Dep'y ( Master Gent
myself respecting endeavoring to gull the people by making thembelieve JAMES )1. GU LO.A.nl. .
Manuel .tl. Arredondu;Teresa \1.l Fat in, l. misa Fa Qr. Masterjifnaraf' ethee '
Dep'y I
of .
'* 0 long ago nr :during the sitting" the$1orJCuuTtat that their political. opponents arc in th4t. \ ct:, Frederi Airvdendb andFeriidtido ,
tin Cecelia Arredondo; SL U
Nowndnsjville last April,when favor of taxing ,cattle atM Erighl dollsri' per deend""tf.AIEX.DEU '. Aogustiuei' August 5th' IB4I. J ,
''$knowledge! 10 m'1 batt5 had stated! such head, or it is an attempt to give new circulationof Estate of DeR* .Fe..rI8. dec. Arredbudo. An nst C: -".' -

: s,. that when ho stnlrd them he believed that the ftory that I was in fuvdr of said tax ; I SIX MONTHS, aflet date I i'Iisll apply to the BILL IN. Ctf\ CRY.11T .
and in fator it" 1 8 of the County. Court of St. Johns cviui- : 11A VtNd been made: tbaptear| by affidavit tha I To nil Mhom it may concern. '
M. .11 & originated the bill DU nf apply either, interpretation it bears a dishonesty
Iv fora final dischar. Administratrix ofiiid emate lull hall bee dul) tiled iu this cau. and that a wu NE JRO 'JLItLA VE:4, kuowu and .
.'1nt1hatnow> ince ;explanation to hips hetUiticAttiaih&as which I trust ,'iII'meetvilb'reluke. from the of w'htck all coincernrfl will take due nutice. has been duly issued: and it being also innde !i' 1' or tIre following criotiou.. lo 'i.u._ 0110.__. _. _mm.fd .'- -

; \ mistaken, ndcnt! so honest citizen.. ,, II HEs'i EU: STKONG; l\dmr'l. to appear that Juan BU de Citrtlo, Mari.i 3.,. Arrednmto BILLY, a black man. aged about '10 or 43, five '
:,Mf I|loJrjinSs'his regret having said any The framers of that resolution could have Ang 1ith r1844, .Teresa Fit. ArieJondo, Doralea Saiv
ftlng'jv'lcn could tend to pn-judice me beforo I Ik easily informed themselves, by referring to the I Doii.ini'o I." f'agn Francisco La S' gH. Rosa M. Martinrz the 'lo.ver end of)hi* left ear, dirued in dark! siuinatclohip ,

.- I; : !laeopl| ,nod 6U' Cltrd to me, tbe course top ,I journals the House, whether there was any p Noticp I I JiiHun Martinez, PrnxiilesC. Arredondo.IVdiro Tbe oshtr: named MORRIS a black map.j c

teadoped, which was to write to Mr. Ballzell. cause for such a resolution, and particularly .S IItnEBGIVlN that two months from date, M I rrl'd..uclu Fernando Arredondo, Joseph) >g-dali .ntiwenjy-fi/tt ,pars. it 5 feel 9 inrh! iii : -
**od get from him a statement of ihe facts. whether these was! any .thing in my course to" .. the Subscribers a. Exernlors of the Csl.tltnf Dr. ,I M 1. Arredondo, ltrlIUtrredtlntlo.. Inez ,Arredondo, beigl.t lias a ring in his left ear, and Mender built ; -
RICHARD W.lCiIlTIIdectu'd.wlll( ,Jnndll, FraiMirco Arredondo' (i inbinaArredondo dredd ill cheek shirt with brown sail cloth
\ In coDtcquence of the advice, of Col. L'C3 justify! them in making s'i ungrounded n charge present t"t'ri.alltlorr coarse 'e--:
.) '1et ItWI'Ole.l4l1t.Bn\zell\ and follow Citizens; against me. ..( their iccoiintto the Judge of the County Court of I I M aria Arrrdondo MaiiiielU Arredondo.Antonio ':I pantaloon ; nave been placed in my charge as Jailor. I
Su Jolia'ii County fur iidjusiinetil; and notice is i Arredondo. J: sef>h ArrcdnnJo, Ca'VlinyArr ': by a Commitmentrom Justrce I'hillipsi as runaway -
**l bra nf you URn, act of juslice to me, you. will My first move in the Legisluhire wns not.to hereby'fui t her men.: tluit Six Sloaths after data we I I I I 'don.t, LOII'M Arredondo abe Arredondo, Catalina slaves,according to the Staiuio_ iir such ease made 1
_);Wfd hit rpp'y' -it is in these words. tax' tho people, but,-to have refunded to the will npp'y' Iota final tlismi.ul sufd Executor : of Ariedondo. Maria Arredondo. MNIIIIK| M. Arredondo and provided. Said Slaves are enppoird ti have 9'

V TALLAHASSEE Julv '5h,1844.; people of St John's Cojnly an amount of taxes Mhich. all "thO a intere l'lltrt will please to take notice.JtiHX '1creiit M. Fttio, Louisa Patio Cecnlin Arre.dondu made their escape from a ,man by the namo of ,
: 'r : Due! BIR : received through Mr. Papy,your which bad already been collected of them, and M. FONTANE. ( r. Fredfrica Arredondo, and Fernondo /rredou Wright, of New River, South }Florida and are ; *:.flflp29icatioarequesIing me to'state your ac- to repeal the Law imposing the Tax. which U. O. FON I'I: rsSt. do, some of the said defendant reside out of this posed to be the property of Ile.Estate of James -

: ,"boa on thift Revenue" Bills, proposed at the last passed tbe house, and was rejected by the .-AU2f1stine.11'. ID. |I44 An20 District. nn ::1'.Moaofthe Legislature in reply to certain Senate. On Motion of CamptdinanU 'solicitor it i* ordared Notice i U hereby given that if saM l runaway Slave
with.rlnJaYor Superior Court : District E. p. that notice begi\enliy publication in one nf the I ItV.rtI'Pfl hall not beclainird andproeilb'c the owoerorowuerstb v,
: ,tftpg of charging you xfrnove-was to nil laws '
opponents repeal creat.ing '
your My within DUtiirt rjo', at or before.tho
:. cat- St.John's. Mosquito and St.Luc'e Counties. printed this rrquiingaid expiiaUon of o'ne .year
9{ ifnpoMtig n heavy tax on unnecessary otficbrs aod allowing tbem Ntn-EMBEi TfiliN. l&ll. defendant to appear and .an.wer fontpt/iinnnu' i/rom the dolts hereof aud the cost* and charge for "-
,:eLke: : revenue, bills introduced nt the lastocw1wre Salaries be paid by taxes lo be raised out of John'" King; Senr. ) '.* AttarhWnt' bill of cOIIIIJuiul'ilhin six niontb.4. othorwiab said f fbillwill the inprchendiiig them,,together with the wfpon fret .

wholly and entirely mine, and I 1 the' people which. was also passed by the boue. v*. S DetitfS2! 72. betaken pru confrsso U!iiit" Ihem. and UMinteitaiice thereof paid. Fchafltlzej.pisrs! \ : -

.' *ENteter objection'there was to them or odium.atfd rejected j ,by the Senate. I Joseph P'It. S fond' filed' for $ 9'2J,.U. Order entered and certified this I4tbday of March ant to tlw tstatute, handover the rame to the,Sheriff' : "

l' :1\ pa$ ottbt'ot any of their provisions should 11 d hen proposed l-V bills, which, were passed ."BJOTICE" i hereby ei,rn of the 'com me nee me nt 1S44. of the Connir wt St.John. aud"Territory of Florida. %
,. P rd7 attach'to'mp, and some jilonc. TheIr by Ibuse and 'rejected by tHe Senate, 111 nf'thnahive entitled ul by nIl3chnl"I'"d GEORGE FiRBAK8.Clrik., to IM sold! at Public Auction. : ,.". .
thjj
; 'I ; "n\rOdqCt'd\ were vry long, and tho such. BurCS'.ni (in my humbicopiniOn) were 'the Defendant and all Pf''OUI intero 'led, are required \\'ILLI4J1 w. LORI.ATTORNEV'AND \' City Terriiory of fit. Angd'i"of Florida.". County Vfgt., Johns and .- ;
the declaration therein tiled ll13Ui "I' Ae1l.t.I81i. -
than to y
0mm1tte \dld'D' t'examrno them further to I in plead "flrrordu'r to'hw
I calcuatrd with the necessity in Ei..OR i ; '
ditpen ,' W. M. IVES COITN AT 1.- .i JOerrll J.\o.iJl\l.U, Jail" j.
'ap!: to .their general 1eatur s-'to iho ''IICn1bich .
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4 \- they approved-my imprc ion is i that I, future of raising a greater' reveuuc for Ibo Ter- Jaly 16, 1844. Attotnty for riiintiir.. Cr. A.ryvcr7 Kisr: F LUI I A'"gu.t 13 I,, ). U lQ. .- .." -

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r 1 :: 1 '.nELAI10 :r.o'l'UE-MABKtTiI. ; .q .' GOCEtLWAND: PROVISION STORE. ',".' 'j., DRLD VOLU51E3'of New and Useful BoolJ.now and present condition.' 'ByTJo4.* YaWy7i_ ] .

; 8f'C. 1.Be 1tirLth3 \j ,thtajoruixiAJdcrminr iaconrw'oi pi.b'ication! ON THE CHEAP PLaN.1 Froa the Fi/uenth Loud Jbttiot .o. .

r Ir the Citf 8LA gusiz thaLnO-peT.OE$ or per- AT THE OIJ STAND Each volume will! contain ISO pages and upward_. enlarged with! the addition .of.the .moSfita'
: foot shall seller offer for: _-in this City, at any ': and can be forwarded by mail let any,part of the U. toties relative to the,;religious! 'sects 'iajj' ,

: pUoe other Uutir the Market, the, fresh neat ,of la, < 1mmGQ 't States. Price in paper 'covers, 25 cents; bound, States, 'by .the Amer can Editor.! Secood:' ;
Ueef Goftt"Ilog or Sheep. or one *f either kind; ,. '" i. 37 1.2.cents in 'cloth and gilt Price in boaruV37; -ce'at. '
j : board .. ; : lettered 50 ,: ; bound fo d ti'J.
without tbe same baa been fin ,leJposed, Jor sale, in :4. RE ROW RECF.IVjNO'po'.hr. MARION.odays, frjm< -ew-rork a complete assortment of articles cenu.". .* : :: lettered,GO cents. -,, ._ 1
thepfarkatfor.UMspacepf.One Hour; and no per. d':'as heretofore kept by them. We. solicit the attention of the trade and private families to our larje and JAMES' MOWATT & Pablishera.174 Broad- .1 HE LITTLE, ROBINSON ,OR PA.4 .) i1r1 4. -

j *onor personVfball pe1or' offer(or sale,any of IUcb exteturire awiartment. We hlpeby.tr etalentaoo'\o bnsintss lo'conlloue.the patzoegnsoliberally be- New-York, have made xtensive i Jnd"lry'.1\ A Tale for _
arrangements !
:. lueaMn either.oftbe months of April May June, towednpoif this establishment for the Ust sit years All ordrrs shall have prompt attention. To the trade : for war.publishing! ,. during ,the present spring and summer from the Fr.neh'r.Madame Eage&fe',jromb'pea, T* ,
!} \ulal&.l'tplelDb r, or October, in .each aod the nscai fkeitities and disconnt, and,at Charleston prices by toe original packages. The following are but I'I'r. months,'several hundred volume of( New and Landon.' Copyngb'; with 'til ..t

veyurqi4ess theuue' shall bin been,slaagh-) ._ 1J.. .nlv .rt.;...i..'__...,..-...... .._._.. .... Useful Books, in the various: depar raents of Medi the most interestipg atones aattguTfei evsr 'ih.

; j tered since five o'clock')in the a Her noon of.the into day cc-; ;11"00; ;. old do.,Twankay, 9uo o". JJSCELJ.ANEOU ,Rice.'Pot Barley, Oat Mea1: tine: History. Edocaticii, Belled-Letter;Pc try and ;,and conveying a autiro.ii wiitteayooiig _' .-.. ', w.l. ;
that vrhich it U the .arl
i j l h.t preceding* upon brought. dcr. Imperial Bub'*. Ponchong, Souchonr. Alum. Copperas. Pipe Clay, Bath B cks'Splm.1 Romance bj the beat writers. This will nnqnes* cents.: 1.i liiI ,,
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Market. sue Mi", &c.-Refined Loaf crushed do.; Mnscovtd ish flout Indigo, Fig Bine. London '.tionably! form the most,interesting ;library of Books ,A WINTER/GIFT FOR LADIESstruetions -*; :
the flerb animal aforesaid.
i Sock. 2. That into of the any market shall bo broughttekoteorinftailert er -v briht1) Liquorice' PMtej Rock Candy Wick,liquid BUrkinf. 'pints and quarts.: Pate in tin :: ever pnblished in t ii* country ; and lute very small in knitttlj.. netting T and, ] y -. 'i
ofiti i kind, brought and shall''Tt-mmin; mmevt nntil inspected "ij 11 .i.alel.i.f' Honey.; rises. shoe aud scrubbing bushes, corn brojuis. do''I J(: price charged fur, eac| volume, wiIlobtahs, for them. ing all tb-, .uewut and most, .

\ bytheClerkoIthe' ; Market? and .Lhe Head COIL -K. ',&c.-JavaGieen;, do. ground ; Mocha;. : Whisks, Pipes German do,'Nijht l lights, Door mats !,,I as issued a very, large and radiI i1 re. They would PnceJ'2' 1.2 centsl -t \,

a the Skia 'and Chocolate;.abd prepared Cocoa. I Peicuuion caps do, powderGunpowi'er; Campho I call the attention o the _, TE.L4IESWORLBOXCOl_PA .
of Ddened'iLid";
I \ Iliad every of.ev Hog, other aoimal- aforeflld shall remain CANOLE5-l'onlD1On. tsperm., .and, Tallow,; and :Castile Soap: Epsom salts, Gum or. blc. Oil Peppermint MODERN STANDARD DRAMA, 'Containing,instruction*, all kind of caav_ '
) ry Market boars and the vendcr-or AVict < roll and flonr sulphur Alcohol, Borax refined I LIBRART IDITIO.V, with- lrt, new'and exqaiai fy'eDcrayef i" 2tgj
: lpOIIcl.duiDl" ; white ceoted do and crnde. Windsor Glass of all sizes and ..qIJRlilie"Whit" 'E'DITF.D This contains ,rall'.tbdengravngexpensive '& be
of M rkst QOAP. Sliavirg; ; variegated ; BY EPES SERGEANT, .
\ ,abalk to Lbs Clerk the Fifty :
; & owner pay and in oil Chrome Green and Yellow i London WQrk. ptobhskeiL'Berlin *L
\ for each JJeer 'ThirtY-.1'ea end half cents and Drown. lead dry ; Containing a selection or the best Plays ofBiodern! iast
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I cenu 16s and Yellow Ochre. Rose Water, Paint, Bruges all sizes I Wool urll' the .blast i--*' .
i for each'Calf or Hog, ai4Twensy.6vecenta fot each TOBACCO. PlaK IstjeftaDdi.b'LadieA. Il\l1lhbrl. with Explanatory Notes and Observations. ,Y' ; ',**
lioat: or 8be I' *. I Twiit.i laper Tobacco, MacaVoy SnnfT;.Scotcli Lamp Black, Nutmegs, Mace, Cloves! ,Pimento, Isinghs 'I I Costumes ofcharaercr-and Stage! Directions ; to be the work* on tnrs mbJ* ct. Price of the;'
Sec. 3 That p. or rionawbo shall Mil .dIn Rega Ii., Principe Jloya''La Nort, and_ other Essences of 1t %ps. P.eppermiot, Wintergreen.Cork 1 1bn)4.n .'completed in 50 woekiy number, at 12 1.2 cents editienr 1211'2 cenu.TiltNEWwBALL., r ; -t M
1 any p ( *
person '
i hrarid, and comm-m, dejar -', .' .rang ahd Bergamot CiulJauaon ; flicriontfztch each. ,ROO3L_ G1IP.
f df kf'
(tr offer (or sale, tainted, unsound, Meat
pour
;T FowL.Fisb,er Turtle auy ,,or any;sttle or nnwhol s*>me FI--SII. Herding, Sardines! Salmon, JIackerel, and' :.! Ca.r ati' 'Ansuiunnit Lni re'4 'fil'))1 f' The 'series will be.composed priocipaHy i or?Qlb' queue of Dancing, contaiwnth&figir!-t

Fruit, Vegetable other article provision after Cod -.g' \v..llhan ; lnstftondn ; Cwvenu.e Pe.f'.PJt.l"- ,'in-dern dramas of.celebrity wa j uavine I een warned by the Clerk of the At arket nut WINES, LIQUORS, Ac. Brandy,, Otard. Dnpny Jeret 1JI2t meg, powdered Ciingmon, 't.sorice,".the 'restrictions of upyribt'haEugI4udbive| jioj QneenBall's.. /A yeijyw --

tl I : t', sotooIrrieUtbeniJ1C.rkbaU; $ lortbwitk call & Co.;'do Bordearu:Jamaica Spirits; old ration GIt" *' of all kindj;:Saraparilla',2povtes..1 1 f appeared in anyoll iIt>norsper.im ns bir tl.iiyet where. &anb.t' :"1",
Two citizem to examine the a-me with Urn, and .c. Rom; do 1 to'4 I'oriIo7I1Maidskie4nthu> : course Ind'fiae": Chalk.White and Red; l's Biit'uh' drama. The dramatic .=d'lluru of T )I- THE ''IJLOIf:8" GUIDE 4iN 'EiAN
I ,I'. ": :. it.: ; cording to their judgment hall allow the sale thereof Wbi.kef:" Scotch do. (a fine article;) Madeira wine Spahuuh Brown, Venetian Red Bind Paper, Pumice :i[Iburd.Croly ShffiT. Jlaturi'i;B nlwerT.bin.Knowt.'s, El PPLIQUE; BeiP/f iBsUndtteiM -
." Howard Marsh A do Marie Hies and Manga! : stone Tir and Rosin ; Japan. Copal VaruUh, I dery on silk, velvet, UUItiDIa %
I o proceed, or cau a the same to be taken away, ( o.; [ Morton, D'ljraeli. Leigh llunr. Milman.J rrr.ld, and :I.tk": -2.wi'
'j JjQrut, or otherwise 4e.tr6 jed at. tbe..expense! of be pale and brown D atrGotI10QCo.. rry"Port: Vermillion Rottoi stontat Ivory Black, Gum Shel.c,]' ojheri certainly pO.ttles04 dad degree of ante."?. that. ;tilt i applique with,sixteen beautiful! epg ,
J ',. owner, *** *. Cbimp cne, hock _JJparkling vintage, 183; Bnr: Bright Varnish ; SII .h Tool, all six' I ; Black Lead I I f I ho well'8.lcted iibrary should ba wiab,, them ; and terns. 'Dedicated to Queen Victoria 'ir'

\ ( 'r, Sec 4. That DO per'inor pvronV slud! sellor deaox Vinegar; London Porter quirts and pintc lI; Jujube Pante, Pearlash. Salxratus.! super' carbonate of yet few of thes work hisveyr beeu" prK enled to .an .\nierieanIady. Jl.1 2 Ca6. '

c I( offer for,cale iy kind ofinat. d. ad fowl, or game, IiCKJE&SAUCE. &c. Ae orU>d in half pal- Sotia.! Tdrtirie Acid, Ginjer. Pe'pppr sauce.; Maca- ;;: the'Americau 'iiiblic lu a %h.pe suitable tor prserv.. THE LADY'S HAND BOOK,OF ,TH&. .,
jtl toe Marketuntil Fifteen,Minutes after day break Ion glaujars; do. in bottles : Capers Oli7 Mush boy Snuff Scotch' do; Alcohol, Starch. ,LiquoriceKail. I I I lion.' LETTE: or tile artor Beauty .A Mau1
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}t which time the Market Bell shtll be inng., joom Cat nj''. Tomato, do Fih :Hsti-. assorted Bath Brick Powdered Ginger Root, Alum, Ol- It t i proposed t 'in the present series to remedy Urn ion and Healthcernainhig receipts r...:'

':. .' &c:.- Stoiighioii's. Blttfr; .!>>ir.on Syrup. live Oil in Bottle and btskets, NUlm g.. Saltpetre. deficiency. Every number will ccn-ci"Cof an entire -sahftiry cosmetics'depihtutirs. .wasbea po :i'

Market to commence every morning: tI. -operliu of Sugar of Lrnions .Lim juice West India preserve TOO THEk WITH GREAT VARIKTTOF dr.m.uf a character to please in the.closet as wellas !'ninlunenlr &0 An ihnl.na, Ie. ork. ro. 'e'!'. '
Ihe Market by ringing a Uell; he shall examiue'he naiad oil.Anchovi s. Shelf and.Fiiiry goods Statipniry, Cutlery, Wood on the stajre, and accompanied by introductory who would ineiuase or _ I Weights and Measurei, seoje jill di"lml ariinjj".outAf : OILS.; '- 'Fall 'and' Winter Strained Fpnrm. refined Ware. Hard Ware,IlaU. Caps Boots. Shoes. Nails remarks historical and critical. chirms. Price 12 1-3 cent The tuoalm ,

i the same: ,and see that oMe.L,,, of this Markets and unrefined Whale: ; Taiiimn : Train ; Liu Wed.Nenufunl Hinsen. &c. ANo full aMortment rif Crockery, i, The stage-maiks and directions, including" a descri -' .de to periodical ap.awFur, e'atdir. 44thee.

_\ be duly.eryedetiaUa'tend; lo the I cWnline aud UIivp, comphe let of Gnnit, Chiua. and common ware.HTcCIureon I plica of th costume of the 'character, will be. ., ,, : g III iet'j.

\ I ..r tbe Mar kefs';:sill) r 'diligehlly eolVct all moneS Sli Atismtina March 25th'1644. I I given ; ut in n.,.in.tanc will there b. departure 1 .
"-?>-- -o j.he" of'.tbe-Citf j; put '.of this ,Ordiinnce, II Iroin the text of the author. The series iIIlbns.not J. MOWATT &' CO. have in ennrseimporunt oj.; ; d4c
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And snail,pay over the same to the t Treanuter.at I'- ., ,, only be ,serviceable to ih" actor, but satisfactory to Cllihunn &. .Srrieson thC.bI.plan. Ltt.B

leiurt once week Vlllesh! ,1I!! record ,iu a book kept The Planter's Motel, '] l1..iYel.8nli I the. general reader. ,,
lor. thepurpose, the .'description,, color.*wt *p't f I ST. .wt1n'1E-gAsT FLORIDA.THIS Ec'rUKf8 on Ulira.UniverMlisni. By Rev. I The typography of the series will he new, large .. NOW READY, 1 .f

I' Jie! hidei kin and.head of each animal sltugutervd. ST.\BLISIIM IJ'I', he finest in L A;; Wibnn McClure, Fourth. Edition, enlarged. and uniform ;Miid every number. iqmoruesa. .dii- KNOWLES2 ELOCU'nONIST
'I with the nJ4rk8apd .braQdthereon ; and the Cerk i>f tliftcily eligibly situated two of the principal Tit. appearance of a fturtn edition of these lee- ;, uuct and entire work in itself. AND RHETORICAL- ltIAUFit-ANU &EC1i

JbC'Irkei U.u'otto be unilt-sud or illhrru: pt'J.nur! 1 streets and within a few yaid of t'Public tures j4 :s mtUteruf lii. :satisfaction to u*,'as we doubt } JUST PUBLISHED : THIN BUOK. ,;-"'

; ,. I .rny personupderhis, ;-dire liuu, ,, vhil' ,euiployed intedichagi4diIy. iq.aarerudnerth.i "promenade of the ell not it will In> th4 ClirUtuii public* 'rh*V' are the !] No. L-The DRAWING ROM LIBRARY.FJited Containing the only encntial,principles oi v. t
i J'' Wall, havin: been fitted up at great expense is now production of a mind, sbrewtf/- discriminating, Bud | inn. with a HOW selection of piece* fur readiigJt4; i
"Bec. 'That the Cerkoi! the Markit or oiherpTfon open for the 'reception, of visitors. 1 he proprietor logical gifted with a keeii preemption of ihe In dieruu byEprs Sargeant. aa.tioD-de.iBDed for tin. u. wf scboots Mrl]

ifho: inay violate, neelect' nr refuse to comply ( has used every diligence to render bfs establishment "4 ...d severe|*wers of lalir The author is evidently TilE LIGHT OF THE LIGHT-HOUSF F, AND I I eUlleg,.. by Jam. s Sheridan Kuowtes, aouior tf'f.ViigiuTus. *

1 .any.requirement of liiia Ordinance slnll loifeit'fhe as free from the noi e ofa public house a. possible, master of bis subject, and grapples it with OTHER POEMS. i I"'. ; ." VVniUm TelLT &c. Alter lodipted '.
: apin of i'iye dollars for..cb, utlinre,one the'ciat hal 'and to five e"erj"accoDimodstinn and comfort the perfect mauline. like oue who is confident iu fie Now for the,fir. troe collected by Epes,SargeanU !I to the purpose*of insuneti in 'the <7t' ,

'\ thereof i to'tlie complainant*dther' half to : i conntryfsflord He trusts that in consequence-he poxver of-truth and his own resources with nothing with an illuslralive engraving on steel, designed by 1 I. $tIte., by Epes Sargeant; 324, pages 5 pries M* .f

I i fo be recovered with cosu (rum the delinquent or '. will .cnntir. to renejve so much of the public patron of the'rewrved and timidity betrayed by many coctroversnlists. J. G. Chapman i bound nr I ,nater.'f UIR delinqueut,,before the 3..,ur, in, t.e! tit Ur work "
age nfinv.11u14 and stranger as will enable! him to who never de b.ttt'eun en* free rptrcat Prospectus oj Dl'/ueiRx.IoolII Library. now'piibj"w5ied in the Unued dll '
.; name of this City. I I to nuH'aiii the low price t' which he has ventured be open lotheni in cue of emergency. Wa firmly The werkd included in this series will be ether t:ch.d ;tuyih work wilt IuQdthe-opisigag.j

: Sec.7. That all Ordinance*, or pftrt. of? Ordinan-1 entertain ihftn. ,The. table is constantly supplied believe Ihit.no man has ever followed him in hi* delineations 'original or uch m are not to be procured except at I Ch-nle* Aiithou L L D.. lion. W R P.rG ._" j
: tea repugnant! this Ordluauce.:e and ihe tame am'lierebyrrppaUid. nhirh and become a"UDirerJllalist 'iliau .(J Verplanvk, in regard to its merits! .
with the choicest tuh MI 4 ame.jvith our waters afterwards.Ltnstoa extravagant prices iu any other shape! Turretclass 1- a ;;
I ant woods abound,and no pains will be spired Rerorder. ol productiont, both in prose and verse which I I i.- 4. tr:4:
1R14.W. .
It t Passed" iu Council the Fifihday \unlt. to render the sjy of tti<**4 who may favor it with The irony i ii* filaily cutting ; every stroke dr..wg way be callad felicities lileratine' ', but which never Any newspaper inserting this adYettiseiaeBf wi ;<7 .-rnd1

A. FOKWAKU, .Abyut' their pntronne coinfiirtabli and pleasant. The! Bar the life-blood.! The lectures are remarkably well find their way to the shelves in "ur'bouk"ores.'pre'occupied in six !mouths from this date. March oUv, 1844,..II. .

: : P.,. p. DUMAS, Cletkof the Council.j I connected with tho estaMihment M supplied with austiiiued throughout ; the luiiguiry(' i".: ?

the chaieust Wine; and Liquo/d nfev.'ry devcription; idiomatic, and pointed. Not one mind in a name" U Legion.Indications the IO.ltfat.ithota' ahrtdgeuient... and tldiAI'.

; -, : ,An Ordnanco.; .. The price ofboard '.r .S THE.REGULATION liP THE FISH Jm 16. 1844 Christian Mirror.'l for better, I lhing.-.Tor higher specimens wf achievem I:-I Broadway. New' York,'.* ,sh .ll' be entitled I" rl P
-- tZ4. '"iD \\ork !i.< IInl" of the keenest. ai>d mq t logict! nt in I the dpuiaia of thought-for more Invigorating; *-py of each work uamd above; whVhr will N ie4L:,
:
.. IS'JJt.r
!, \ \ hi <' 1.' Be* it ordlined MARKET.EC b< the Mayor and Ad! r- JUST REUKIVED: ,, pervSchr."(. Hup?. :. iite upon Utiiversali "ever issued fiom lfi I I if nut more pahMulw iutehecuiul! nutriment, b.ctii i.I livcr d order. J. MOWATT174 -& fOJ1J4' ;
'
for Ihe'I HAVE New England! pre l.. We-d-mbt w he I lit r a work I[ appear: To initiiiter to this ta"te-m couliibuio to tiroadwayZ'iy Y.rk.T-
I men of the Cry of St. A'ig'.dine, that desirable atforlment of
I a
i IT: ir.dcaI I htt'.
Ta
I it shah van etvr pubti-ln'tl iu tlu.s country, which In* been a the supply) of itM deuundd-will be the oljeci ot the AeIltssupplwdtn t unit j : ijp
Fib Market thersot,
< of- the
:iier ragu'ationI .. .a 111 ltemiji; Lttcanud 'fravetlingAvnts .aa4iid
STAPLE AND FANCYGOODS IlIour.oi fn iiiudi niortincatiou, and inextricable nri Draw tug Ut/uni Libiary. .t
:
tha of the Cle-k of the mtrket, to attend tef -
n duty
I other limo a"inesi" to lhejtTniverali-'is. as these lectures. lYendvie By way of prcetuing'our credentials in entering for the sa/tf of uu r works in every towu and esin
'market morning and at l
any '
ilarlf e,erf Fi-h Market t1iose who have not red them t., avail them. uiioii the U"k i>f editor. and out as a ,sample of what the Uuited :ta1t-8. .

l Mat Fish shallbeexptsed for salaxl tne ,. nelves of the first opportunity -Zio.'. lIcii1lJ. Wi intend to giv, we couuixMice the fertes wish a __31tY_ : .1'L..sl ., 't.
:; ,&uei..e that this Ordinance be duly'observed.See. i _ .
I Mil S TING OFA Ta ediinn which i i. the ". collection .
I 2. 8. it further ordained by the authority a. -CON present 'jlhra pnkUh ownl'tiemt being the tmi.which '"
[i {.rltl&ld.1ba&aDY son .who brings lo maiket fur bountiful variety of PRINTS : >d. Buy it and read it ; and if.yotf./beye M Uiitven ran b i laid to o>ir charge, ,Uor otr>er writings in NGticn.i': ::' $S.
> ,;. >ile MijSsh sbal| per .the saow at I'M Fib Market Pink aud While Tarltou MUSLINS : >alt :
fi expose
;- Home, and hali use aud occapy'the SialU now Cotton, M .dlI. and Linen Cambric 1l'DK'FCottoii ; I ic a uaIi,1 man, thut hn will be iitirprixed nt the fully fl-'t III tI.t uiuuuwhi'e! ,the' tfcus will !b" enriched ii len..t of t'IP. thidlu, eails .of the d! J

2'I landing therei'n.rur.that-purpose, ''and shill fay f.r HOSE; GLOVr.SS titLRIBOONS : i.and incouMiitfiicy'of KM own doctrine./*. fl ib work of a paramount interest, which .;moL I.ots Mliiati-d iu Noith city, Bud di ieiutedpi us '*'AI -
. the use of each of said StalU the utn of Six and one I I Gum ela .ti* SUSPENDERS : AlloIflf,1 l til; \II'S For sale by but iuiuart, .. to it a lasting viti"! ".- iu'thereof nndcby Jamos Gould Saneyerss1.'

.. /iiiar&r C9 nu for each occupation. I I Sewing' JI.l;'a beautiful article ofUUGS ; G. BURT & Co. The Drawing-Room Library" will hi published l..". A",and No. :3, 4. 5.7, K.O. 10. 1 1. 1*. 11,'It". : -uk
dec* 3. B. It further ordatued. That every anlo.ich Neck STOCKS : Wor'"d CAPS and LACE ; March. 'tli 1S44. every week. in nnmbeio. eontaiuin* distinct work.i,' 15.16 iy 19.20.21...23. 24,...27.,2&" ': liar p
/ titall shill'be considered as and for the use of I 1M Li-iiMi SHEETING: :. BL4NKKTS: ; '. at J 12 I-' line Fisherman only,or two thenJwheii, they are in I I CRAPKS: of all de1i.IIArolon : Oil SIU ; quick I-Clnl y belter than a tenu will be given' when numbers enunxh U> make of hKrFalbi-rDr. 8.-:9. Peek. laW V.:C JAM* tlliw r

., ,o-partnership in one filling boat, bat if the q.lluluyl Bleach'd& Browd SHlRTINtJ ; Hlou Sl1 lli.;." a neat, unifirui volume, have appeared. But as County deceased, who acquired th-sani.i bypoM:, f
jnf fish appertaining to.said co-partner bip should .require Brown HOLLANDS ; Swiss MUSLIN ; r Ell 'SUBSCRIBER having jut returned with a eberynunitier will be rulep'HI.Jtld in it.ielI'the purchaser ch>v f>Din Gen. Peter S. SUlilla- aajd all per ..\.. -4

any more stalls than, one; it is permitted to use Linen DI \PERt: Carpet BINDING ; JL comji/Kle end beautiful axxoitment of fpinjind can con-uli IU.H uwu ta. te in regard to those cautioned; against pnichasinganyfof Mid Lotswitb'j of
tae'MO H by paying at the rate specified in the second Together with, an assorttnrnt of ThiniM Xdies. ')- nuiuin dry j ooJi. fancy articles anladies l fa.Ii- work which be includes in his bound collection aud put the consent of the subscriber1 1 ; aa.'d

section for eacb of them, Provided such extra Mull or Hook and Eye.- Wriling Paper l'rrfuinwry. oiialt/e blU:,..ts. i is now opening the flowing :- mail subscribers 'can remit for one or more number JOHN E.PECK. : ,
Stalls be not required for the use of other Fih'.rmep. Silk parses bed rnl".lltla'ihr] rard: Bridles. ati* Merino gauze Bi/zirine and bareges ; of the work a.t the; may desire. For Due dollar eight Feb.3d. 1844._ .. ',", -.
t. See <;' That the Market,Stalls shall be numbered miry othT .rtid- It. which in addition' our J former 3.1/zarieu avid hiooaUe striped mua/iu's : numbers will be senu Price 12 1-2 cents. .. t- ii1isci

from I to 8 and.no privilege of number shall be allowed I[ stock constitutes nnphetu a!.ortni.nt i>f nil kiudihU Vlau.an cn/ico's; fniiov prints and chintz ; BIOGRAPHICAL SEKlE.To NOTICE, .-',

t I or permitted tUaDy.'ilberman. ro thit he who | of good required forpricesn market and will be sold a \LVth aii'l! Pan aililkiai flower, eutiie new style be completed in about fifty numb., each ninaUr or IX week after dite we will apply! ,tn the HosaIi>''*

/ihall first come to the market with Fish for sale shall '"'11 lh. lime,. i Miz'. Taflate, Satin, and crape ribbon ; volume to corttiii 15*WJ>i. c..*=*r;: 4
Jmve the privilege of selecting his Stall or Suits for "..21h 1814.. j I.Hdie/.we, Fi//ete-ki and silk c/oves and mills ; ed temi monthly at 23 cenlt per tulmme, ty for letters of administration on the estate 0 JtiN 4i ,,

that timeonly. S.\-",JacoiiMt, Cambric. and) piaid mu4in ; This series will consist of ueeply interesting me Keeu late of said county Drc. "' : ,Eat
Sec. 5. .Be it further ordained, That it shall be the For aIe.Several 6 i 4 thznndi 3Iu. it duty oCflvezy'Fisherma' 'unngand. occupying the tracts of ahe ,fhos* fertile lands in Black iU/ete net fur veils; Toilet powder; hive nuver hefore been presented in a popular form. JAMES. DPUIt4qt

MarketWalU to have the same well washed and ckanpd East Florida an offered for tale by the slbscri..ber. 1-4 Irish linen ; Bird eye linen and cotton dispers;. They will possess all the chaiuut of a,work! of ticlKiu, A1iittorOr.i. 1IthL43.. v 6DIt.

: immfdUtftly after selling or deposing! of the fish. They.are elijibly| situated and will be IJlUn"k.tRble r/oth Napkins and Ddy/er: with"the additional advantage uf being ,uuo. Nuv. -
.. vithout leaving any filch whatsoever' on the Amir i.f sold a bargain., Fur terms mid particulars enquire Grii" .kirts; plain and hem Mich linen eamh. Hdkf-c; ready- GLOYEU'S: bin

the Fish Market, under the penalty of Two Dollars', of JOHNJ HEDRICK.I "aucy feather nnd raperhn ;sulk. paraso/s ; No. I.-THE LIFE OF MADAM E D'.o\P. LI\V: VEGETABLE AGuE ANi1 :

i 40.)e recovered before llieMayor; for the use ,of the I Several valuable houses and IntA in thi city .n .h..Jeli ;pocket hdkfs ;sipeiiders ; I (formerly Mis-t Barney) authoress of.' Evel.n.i," L ;
i A.uy. I for sale| law enquire of JOHN J. HEDRICK Fancy Bilk shawls,hdkfii, rr-iv.ts; &c., in two volumes, at 25 cents each. I FEVER MEDICINE r : "
Sec.;. Be itfattfcer orda' ",d. That the Clerk of Jnn. 15: .1 I 4 KrUiton: Dlk.and Curd Gingham-i ; II No. a.-Til E LIFE OF GOETHE-Frnm 'Mi A CERTAIV AND SAFE'cUHE .a

the Market 14 b re.la.uhorizeclID collect dues of Blk'and Co/d. gimp; )I.ar.eilltI.lttd Ilk: veftings, own autobiographical 1 apcrs. arid the 'notes of his i AND FEVER. IN ALL ITS COMPLttATEl YOUUIS./) ;

naid market; and shall pay over HK same to ihe City Drllg.-nd Medicines.R. ,tlrnwnho//and, lung c/oths. homespuiu ; conirmpoiaries in 2 volume*, ot 25 cents each vol. ORY1S.. :ALSO. AN Ef'FECJ'UA'VREHr.BY'
T reasnrer, renpertlhlly FOR ALL THE
an- VARIED: FORMS OF1NTEHBI1TT
duty to report the Mayor, eyery in fi action of 11.. .I.J' nouife to the inhabitants: of St. Augtuiiue and American.Georgia New Works. recently published by J.Moicatt &. Co. I NT AND. REl\IITrtNTPEVERS.. 'to" .- anl ,
Vgdinne. ill vicinity that they tae' opened a Drug and medicine Nankeen ; brown domask fir fabroths; 174 II road icag. ,;! : ,
Sec.7. That all Ordinances, or parts of Ordinances store in this city, 'hear Messrs Can & Co'.. es 1-45-4 and V4 Co7rd. and white India muting; ANIMAL MAGNETISM. OR .
MESMERISM :
: repngnant to this Ordinance be ,.and the same are tldishuiicjitsnj that have hand Cotton and silk umbieZ/is ; nil kindu pauU stLiuen ; CERTIFICATES.
they on a general nsuituufiit Its History. Phenomena, and Present .
\.' 'jiereby r.pealed. of Drug 11 t.licinPII. rfume'Y'&c.. Dri//; (;"..broona; Drap.D'aa ga'z; Bracticat! inftiuctionand Condition. i hereby certify, that my wife'was afflicted wiuV :
"
containing the lat.-st
discoveries
Passedin Conncil the Fifth day of An lIst. 1841. Th'-y beg; l loave toas ura the public that their Mock lick i'miil'Macting and Bombaztiu1; tbe science I I chilli and fever, which continued for some tim.,... '
VV. *. FOR\TAUU; Mayor. of goods is frt'lIh..u [[been sclerted with great riire I'aviionuce and gauze ..lincy soaps, &c. in. William, principally derived from a I procured Box of Dr. Glover's Aru'PUU. 'Tfcff:
P. B. ,i Clerk C. uncil.P An ex'cnaive recent by Lang, with a supplement."containing .
v.u, in the city' of Now York, aud will be ctfiutaiuly re a'riortuteot lathes and tailors liim- and arrested the chills awl f-ver immediately and abeaar' .,
new facts
? ming. HtiJ lillie notions tedious mention all impoalant neter before
too to % enjoyed perfectly.good health since thattim3 S.finI I-
:.V, 8.:.MAIL. : plenihed.'lhalieitfl | punlUhed in the United Suites ; by Rev. CLauncerllaie '
if whichvibe
told lowest Charleston
at juices, by of friends
of planters' and settlers U my and neighbors have since beta K:
I respectfully author Facts ;'
gav iiflah and Florida Packet hend. o. in Mesmerism
\ \ invittd to thinvsiittilitfhuieiit.! ( which it is presumed ILL 1': VOOLF. &c. Puice25ceutts. tacked in the same manner and bymy advice u,s. riIJ!
0. \ FOR PALATKA, (E. F.) they will find a uiattf of conveiiince and advan. Corner. Hospital. and Public Square. THE MODERN STANDARD DRAMA used the same pills, .and iu, every instance ub.. '
rIA DJftfEN.BIlUNSWICK.S1MARY"SJ.4CK edited -
\ I happieat effect. luau baa enacted
cases a been
caue ;
tge. .
; by Epos Sergeant, author of Velesilr "
\ SQNWLLE.BLACKAREEK& PICOLATA.CARBVI9Q Ou hand a variety of the standard patent medi. To all iihomit may .Concern.NOTUTIS &u. To 'be in niiuiber--Tragedy by the ute of single Box of the A rue Pills: tiers
THE C. I. MAIL TO THE ABOVE PLACES.r published fifty weekly
fines among which, are the following, HEREBY GIVEN, that I. Phillip Ncw fore from personal knowledl8'or their eflecu. f
ready.
Hill E Steamer 8T.MA'FTHEW ; Capt. MeJL Lee' Pill, | Gn Jfrp.y'. Cordial, Surviving Executor of the lat will Nol- in Gve cheerfully recommend them as the best dyr ,- ff1' ;H
had boiler in 1ON4 a Tragedy actsBy Thoma.4 ,
NCLTT. having a new put her ; Ha
Dililhy' Carminative, lIuoper'.I.i.. and lee amentofjohn Frjjer. deceasod, have ap. Noon"Tatfonrd SersaiutatLaw. From ia my knowledge for the cure of Ago and FeverRJSV -*
'. ;ttid been,thoroughly evjrhauled repaired. is now British Oil. i Thompson's eye \Water point odViIliaui A, Forward K:.q., of the city of St.Aii&istine editionV theAtithior'slatest .GEORGE F. IIENURICK8ON. -'.
I in fin l rata.conditioa. the reception oi passengers Hsjrlaem Oil. ': Opodeldoc. n the county of St. Johns 'aud Territory: lisXl.th stage directions. description ofcostumej&.c. .Pastor of the Baptist Churchat New' '
) : and freight. She kbit resumed her iegulutripaai) cents.No
Swaim'ii Panncaa,:! S way ns.syrup of wild if i buds, my agent. AlStyuey and Cabstitnta -FAZIO, Idrfive ,Durham. Ne.'le"'tt'ror
Jaere II ore. a Tragedy. acts: By Rev.
: lUy's LiniinVnt. cherry. me and iit mine to trnntHct all basmeM .
". This Boat.will leave Savannah for the. ahave named ; my relatingto II II Milman From the Author' latest edition. .'
Brandr th'a BIorri PilU.Turlirtston's said estate in'said TerrlfBiry Florida The above Medicine ia7 B.K,
Pillr $f 'o. to receive With for 5f
tbe Directioos ,14 1-2 .
P.' Lein after Stage .
places every Satrdy. t4 o'clock' Af. ? cents.
service of
f. Baham McMnun's Eliirr of 0- proces.o to and answer 10'tbe Duuie.ind CARR COReady -
appear 'if
.: the Kriival of the Boats from Cl.ar'e-loo.' On heryeturnwiIl llenry'w ral-ined 5l!,g- pinin in all things to act,.as amply_ajid ftllyai_ I could ___No_,. I 3-1'1-_,u__ _"h'LADY,_ ."OF. _LYONS. By Sir Ed I _
leave Palaika ITiuruiay morning, wnru i.Yiiou ooiwtr. j i- ceiiis.
every .ies.ia. enetine. ansi would or aught to do, were eryjnally a- '
: present Made ()1othin.A .
.and Picolala'lAme day at 12 o'clock. M. 4-RICHElliU.;U. By Sir Edward
in said i.ytton
will Territory.All .
PUr. \Vll -r give hi. attention to
This Boat will arrive in Savannah every TtainJayin personal Bnlwer. 12 I.: cehti DESIRABLE apartment of ready made eJouV

i4 time toconnectwith the Charleston ,boats, huh the St.dUpeiiMiig of Nov.'neiikiueit.Tth kit forbid persons ami forwarded indebted to the said e"tale. are.hereby No 5-TtJe hONEY 1\100\ By John Tob D. L-L ihs for spring and summer 04, .consisting'f, ; .
"' leave the sirae'evening- Aiign.-tine. __ against making auj payments N'I 1.54 cents. Coats Jackets, Pants Welt, Silk, LInen audjcottoashirU

: 'li,,; All Freifhl4; payable hy shippers. Excellent Soda Water, or with etherwifs any! persons transacting, other Uie, thun!business myself of or said estate said I No (i-The WIFE. By James Sheridan Kiiowles." ,just received- and for sate by,
I my .
Por apply to Capt. McNelly, 1-2 I 2 cenu. GEO.BURT&Co.March
Passage
Freight or be had at the Drug Store of, agent, .
onboard, or to CAN DR. F. S. WELLER, & Co. All personshaving demands,are required to ptent INFANT TREATMENT-with directions to 18lh 1844.
\ GEORGE.HAAS. Agent, Savannah.JAS. June .;. 1P44 T the same within two from this tale or will mothers.. Self-management before, during. and after -
\ \ B. COLE. A .nt. Palolka.Dr years they Addressed ISaius, Dried Reef Lard. &c.
= STATIOHKBY.t'An be forever barred. PH. R. YONGE. presnancy. to mothers! and uurse*.- ,
I FERNANDEZ & BISBEK, I By Mrs. Uarweil, First American edition revised, DUO tbs small pew Hams.
orlmcnt of Blank t ooks and Executor &c. 1
; Surviving
> stationary just
S Agents, Jjcksonvville. 50 dried &
": received and for ante Darren Ga. No 1843. eularjjed and adapted to habit and climates in the pieces .f. .
(4 N. H. DREES. 'Agent., St AUIDI :. and Pico by Dr., F. 8. WELLER., & Co. United States, by a Physician of New Yerk. Under 75 Kexs Leaf Lard.

I .H I lota. Soda and Seidlitz Powders. the approval and recommendation of Valentine 25 bbb! Mess Pork, ,
I N. B.-Mr STOCKTOS.' the Mail Contractor between Ambrosial Shaving: Cream.. Molt M O. price in paper covers. 25 cents. Bound Now in Store from Sch.. Marion,

., St. Augustine and PicrlaU. hal placed splendid A superior article. 3 CEPHALIC.SNUFFLiquid Opodeldoc. in cloth. and flU letters 50 cents.cuit'ris B. E. CARR &Co., 1w
Hair Oil. Macrsnar Oil. 'c
j
t Mail Coach to counectwiiij this Boat and no other. St Aa 2d -
ORRIS TOOTH PASTE. Tooth ON THE PRESERVATION OF SIGHT S Powder Steel Pens, Indelible Ink.
t this. Line for des. -
Passengers can depend on -The disease* of the the abuse and choiceof .-
POPULAR nn I excellent deutrifice cleaning For sale at the Drug and Medicine Store eye use,
from Savannah to Su Au-u A bv
patch. Fare through, the teeth hardening the gums and purifyingtto DIt. F. S. \VEL1 r.R. & CO. Sp-.ctacles, \e. By Jonn harrison Curtis, Ana Notice.IS .
12 50.
\ ,tine f breath-fur sale by. -ut and Oculist to her Majesty. Price 12 1.2 cents. hereby given to all.whom it may concern that!
November 11 3.
;, Si Dr. F. S. 'WELLER & Co. Porter Ale Cider Wine THERMAL CO'II OUT, OR POPULAR HINTS will apply'to the Couply Court of St. Jobu'i

,, Tke'IaRt' r'm Hotel.THE .' May 6. 1q41. Casks. Qts., London, Porter., dc. -For preservation fsom cough colds and consumpt .. county, at the next ensuing term thereof for aa it r
3 tious. With information upon some points of Gets signment to of Dower poal''
\ proprieanr'ortbi"eltlLli.hmeal will,do For Sale. 5 do. Pis. do. do. me in the Real and
rng man Practice the of such
in treatment
eve". By i i Estate of which my late husband GEORGE BART
,; summer receive and entertain boarders at AN ELEGANT pair of well broke ,MULES. 3 do. Qts Scotland Ale. fir George Le Fevre, MD., Fellow of the Royal LETT died seized or possessed in the said count
F' ; rednccd rales. ,suited to:the times. A. chars of pat. The owner haying no further use foi them, they 12 Baskets. Huchnor Champagne at ralail. College of Physicians in London, &c. First Ameri cf St. John. MARTHA% P. BARTLETT,

) ; rouage is respectfully solicited. will be sold a bargain.. .Enquire of l3.F.CM4R&Co.St. .. !.. jets,,, I'rom the second London edition, gieatlyen' I Widow d.AdUliuisualr 1.

; :' ,. ., .j4y61et, .. :.. Iarch4. 'JOliN J. HEDRICK. f &q line,2J! April, 1844. .' ,barged, .Price 12 }1,2 cents. J Jr I I July 2? p'

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