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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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 Material Information
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: November 19, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
oclc - 08822160
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System ID: UF00079918:00211
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.La1bror Di 1/tJo/il r ncl n Choc(1ne; ai<,:1JH: reiJJ .o, .oI' rant Ginger"tommon 1. morit Heliind was the forest, his clearing .before, 5 ,Suppose you' wish.to .contribute to a'publicchanty : .
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I m t Sperm" arid ; and Catsnpt, S Filled with many a tree. send your money' to the Editor of a
_ 9 leRtl Pr'.cV.n' ) A ;Gad IlunVph'reys.JK S Wicfc. g in qnnrii pint, and halt'pint bottles East India foi.j I II newspaper. lie must acknowledge ecelp\ S
iah li iff'SVK fj* .J nJ rl S)t\.P. Shavirg! ; whita' t'ntedCnH; .tedl Cnrry Powder, Italian Macaroni Italian Verma- /
!f'Flo"li' "n ; p ,. ; 'Twas an evening in w.\I.1e, air I ot it. and so you gel your name andvbenevo. .. .
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'Jnrp( Tevied ohnhrwilT r Itig. ( 18si ;<.hJjuI'ies Busk Sjuce: 11, lUryey. Ifeadinp. Cavice. Essence: '
i.Qi 1Ii1bl1 'At ion'fn--'trnhitbf; ljlft' pburttB ., TWfst, [ lu.r/'llbaecl'IIl\Ihc.lIlJui! rnutri; ,Scotch wf Anchovies,' Anchovy Paste, Peppeir Sauce. No breeze through the darkened boughs nothing.. .. S. ," S

.mrf': Newi!\nvville. AUchua'Coqnt/j'on'the first : do) l.ogahiapriicip,, .MyaLa.Nurwa, uud.oiher J 11RUS"ptr6ne.5 in half lb. and qr.'ib''. stirred,. ;: .? S 2. Another good method, if you are'fond4of.., .

jin September neoltVallUwi-iglit, title and in. brand' and corDrn(>HlSe'4rs.1: tin caifHters.SWEHT bottle's i'' ElJ li h'grcnndr *" .' So sultry and eHa..it (felt like storm, .. appearing before the public, is to request the --

,, telfLa&tLIIJ.DphretR! ; in! and to tte. undivided l' WINES/LKiyoasR.jPrandy' a Otard;)Dupux OIL'-Bordeoux, 'Marseilles, in bnskets ,But was cl.ar4nd nothing, was ,heard, Editor to state that *the ,Richard Jones, in our ,

;c r.taio t1.IC' Jfj Laod.WTfUUil CPDUWna: ffleenpaceaJIq4 ., ,&: Cb.; d(> Bordeaux;Jamaica Spirits; .old ration of' 12. bottles ;,''Flojence, ia h chests of'30 boh.Rii'duJ1 .' S police report yesterday.who sentenced to. : :

'MMAft'... 'ted.l1\a,\ ,,Jhe JIS I I to 4 Prbpfi-Ijloffand.1 aodSliie'daiTGinlitskey'Scotcirdp. ; ; tlP .. Far or near, but the mingled conlihual sound, bridewell, for shoplifting; is ntdMr$ Richard S ; I'

iili. iteap _. .9.Ii 1t IJmm r.k i : lba Loiny ,\'If A. cl uar I I '\\. fi fine arlicfeOMadeira'wine, '! rICKI.f.S-F.ench variety Olircs., Capers, Corni-. .the'naournfully I chirruping 'things, Jones, the respected 'cbrrop of-Sackville : ". I IItreet.'J.

r ftsjaWflW, nionio tvntrz .by tlw.spa-i! ,. Howard! ;-Mjrsli 1 & CoVd b 'Marseillesnnd Malaga; chous, Anchovies, in''cases P.boltle each.brtrvv That in the rank wilderness ever abound, ', I .t'.

bbuWpr5rUojn] Jose Cip'piiirontIe ,7I1)' > C8'I.'V ::11t''- nd uulr. ( o'JcJon&' Co. Sherry'Port; FLOUK.-r-New Buckwheat Rye Flour Com, Outs.Cruckers Slow creeping or glancing wings. 3. If are writing aApoliticalnewspa.5 S J I
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UfVlpiTj .i ; pa1d'TrBct'orLiiaWft'ewrtyed'bir Hjiarkling %iutnfle. 1832; Cor Butter, Lard, ", 'mind .
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I the said1 Alvarez to\he''F ldi I derllit Vinegar'I?)' on' ) : : rht avid 1111"1 :Preserves. l'icklesOihi, Spices- and a great assortment 'per; ,writing on sides .. ''
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iA. Hibfe4'toii i the ISih-dayor- Austt' "tl 'A.D.' 'I25,:I J Port Claret; JlcuJ..1eclc Carnpagne ItJ quarts and of new' and fresh GOODS uuw bCI.ngpUlls .And poisonous odor of growth and de of the'pa per, as depend ilpon it, it will be a' recommendation S r

'.f..N't ihnt.date which was TccoVad in th-OOic I ; ordelux Cluct r Ito helle DrnuJy, III IaIf opened, and at retail. cay S in your favor if the Editor sees p S '.

.?, !,CI.ttuof'Ae. County Court.of Ht. John's t pint, Del"it" &,.
14 i ',C* ttf<.o.Uht firi day;.September 1 1625, niidafrlenytrtU ,. Uraudy, .JMjaUCelerier, $ CO. in IiaIfwsd ( Pipes, Velvet Cork, American fiegarn ;' Chpco'l.'ft From the teeming.earth rose and mist-like 4.''You need not be: particular about -writinrg ;", .

1 i iu the office of the Clerk of the Couutj, ; cafksVbavntlip! i d9PerintFi1S. !in cat f i ;i.J. J Kinerfwasser' .cli viz:" Sweet Spiced Carraccas, Sweet SpicedPlain there lay S I legibly,'as it'stands to reason'if tbe'Editarcan-' : S?}> 1

|r of, CodrtofAUchua' County' i j illJ lis! EortN4ra; CordialsVf various ; prepir d Cocoa, CnstiFa' Soap. ,Liquorice The life from the. 'atmosphere stealing. not read:your letter, that 'you,will ,be spared the : .-. '

slrl-d'' .I.1. JOHN,BEAUD, Mar.haL I kinds! ; Gin! sag/ brand, a! superior! article ; b- i Paslr Lime Juice,' Pearl Barley. Fancy Stmving! rJ:1a.:'; i mortification reading it in the Detd y'aNoJice : .,'

-_ : Sfj tf.1..W'. .CLANTP%!.Dept'Marshal, '. gnrl.1\I"J'n" ; .it N'irrna 'and otht'r brands''. 5 !and Toilet Soaps. Stonghton Bitters,, Wine Bit The. emigrant'-sat' and his three daughterssungiS to Correspondents, that PbiloJustici is- _..j' \ _
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Mllll- ove ilafgpostponed M o.n- Hams, Butter, Barley. Copperas, Pipe Clay '
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'c1a"1" 'J 1.! 1845; : I ,\ and Chaese: \:1" : Baih Blicka, Spanish float Indigo. songs :. sending 'a which .

- .biL ___r._ __ t I rrl''j- I -I:. Flt.EI1'-Uaidins. in. bon, And qr. .bnxesi;. Za\ite CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE. .ASSORTED 'Sweet Home* and 'Lang dyne, through. the impugns the character of another person, to ". '

!IULI 1Hh'\. '!SVotice: I IfUrranls; Genoa Citron ;. Dales in %fr
..r___ ,t *' '1f ETfEBV GIVEN 'that t.>t> motttfis froni datei, in gi:llsJjar'11'ulIIrindll.; :! ; :1 S : Shelf arid Fancy goods, tttornry.Cutlery:! Wood .The emigrant's deep heart was moved. matters of libel;this is.fa'very troublesome, as- 4n

i .1 If 4he$ ftbpcrjb..rl *,'Ei "t ritcr the UnUle\ ef Ir OILS.-Olive. ,Sperm, ,Castor and) Elephant.'ltre.llard Ware Hats. Cap, Boots. Shoes. Nuils well as avery expensive plan,. it is better" to' i' 1

B HARD, WCHIHTMAN. 'decces'd.willpresen S SEGARS.-Very choice v1J1' m'half boxes quarter IJin! !etl"&c" Also-a full assortment of Crockery. He sat there and covered his face with his send, any body else's card rather than your -':

Sill thtiilladC anuto thE Judge of the Coniity CunrtoCSip..ICD1&Jty' boie. ( eigliths, and) 't S ,I .. 'choice rjiiiilitios and compete sets of Granite, China and common ware hands .' \ own. By this means you avoid publicity,' and }.. _

!'Stwit. n for ..adjustment: and, notice is i recent'irnporta'ion. *" I 1&c. &c. Such moments with him came but rare, hav the double gratification of, annoying two '

.,'; ,thit Six A onth, after dale we ,St. Atr, nstinK\October; .23 i '1844., 1 ;. For he thought it his duty to think but of persons at once., S .

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IttUM u .. ", tml will jl:),;as6 to take uulic'e. I S S J- : ,-,'. ,t' S give up his life to lilu's SAnd care. dieting it the next, Is another very cheap plan of' .' '
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a cornthod'rltU NI{; \vuod.t'Ip.d .v Itb 'Ietlher, of law' I JOHN TTT.EK President Whom, his own hands had buried "by This plan, however,. will '
_ A it'llti rr % Iioni.it :tuny 'concern. ir"-n 'britl lid d pursnanco near ortlyanswer once.h I "
4iUv } MIIUI'/I, Adiuiniatratrrxttf. tKo," 'l', trljnk: 'hlt:1'jht'C i nuch used; ; th"Ical."oli. .11. of the United Stales: nr' \erica, 3o hereby 'declare And Ihe various; scenes of his earlier lite I 7. !tS Letter, pi-rnaps noucuel any poetry" '
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,' ', 1 t&4ndiw.I\tkin6O. ..ured( d.lh"ebj: 1LS5f.Lb8WIMdL; .Ilu..a ..tp..au1 ._ it, a public t= S Pusfscd-beforchia memor) s eyc ;r: ,. t :: ,"D wspapar.-'We'ncver remI1eortad'i,"
''t ii.1- a.d'.,1nJl'lIIllt u RC-Qtiirllf: Itt pIP.iHflttL that'tbe trunk 1.walt taken ,by mistake .trrTtl1rnnr'rr1mf rWN xvirt:; itithe ; ,stance of the T.mes" sertJng A'Sonnet t ,

1'1' 'V Rr fr, !"I )..: .' t :'.Ildat.: the,:. wiih the baggage of 4. passengers! ouiiheir way to Si, TEKKITORY sixicentli OF FLOUIOA commencing The songs that, they sung made hi m think of a Sow," or Lines to my Mary." a > _
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I'big. t. 'kt ; "\lJri'lttiu t'fwtka. or Black CreeL The Captainf.tUc' f( the disposal; ofthe nuappropr'nted vacant, pub<. floW. especially iiia'S
!wbvr.t5i4.li ajr.lh' cpteirjber next)being! thc2d day,utapilicatontn S! '" ;1. A atbeSvs t' i,Il.feel biujself qblii-cd fyr any, t lie lands within the limits of the, towuhipsbereiu-. 'Whom he courted, a blooming young maid ; fore.ignb."guage. If an' editor knows' hi' own : .

-_ iM *, rJlh"tl.lUrle| the Jiulccr iiforiijuupn concerning TruiiTi, and! will cheer afterdelillIIltt'rl.'to\'it, :' Twus at this time of year that, with many a language well it is as. much a* yoU! have' right -
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tc, 1 \\ l'A ul\iltr.itnrship.11\ : disrharge' 'ftouiNoticc. ,. able S '.rharje8ppr'ei.' .. 5 I 4 attending. 4 5 its r1h'rry'. 'twenty twenty-one,and. tweuty-txvo../. Oftiogethor at evening they strayeJ. : .9. Never send any thing to a newspaper "to : I

'. ,Ii. ', lo ( Ju ,. SUSANMURPHY, P:31cN'E1TY3sekbiivfle.A1tE : :. of range Eighteen. .. I be continued,", unless it is a legacy or a dozen l. -
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i. The two easternmost tiers of sections in township bid of -S ,
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.1z ;",. ., II. ,Andrew.Atkinson; Dec; : :. Noticcj : :. fifteen. tie! two ea ternmo- tiers of Bcctions and spreading tree, 10. Never trouble yourself in calling'to SM S .'L (,

_iJXPqh3&1844. . : 11 HEREBY; GIVEN, Tbjt+ TWO MONTHS 5 sceliona twenty-two: twenty. ev u and thirty four 1'hutstood near her father's house door the Editor' o( a newspaper.r. It Jsa'BtrangtJ': ercumstance '' <
_ .0A4 I in township sixVen, the c.a ha1 of township' seventeen '.t S
; k'1 -. ii.after: dnjo the siibfciiberas Ailnunistralorof'.he There the ruddy round 'moon, rising out of ,but youmight call a hundred times ,.

id. It r iiQ4il!,4: 1. : : > ; Estate of AN.TONI I MIKE, .deceased will present his tbe and the east half townahip\ eighteen.and and t the sea, alwaysfind him. out."- Pun 1r.c' ',. SS

GIVEN toall.. concernoduch accouiiisto the Hon:Judge or'.he. County Court, for 'fectiens twenty-one.twenty-eiglit thirty- Saw her rest on his arm, on the shore J .'
IBHREu: per.vms thrca he and all of '
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.'kIIfi 4ijUtjflO, theJstnte, "rOHri n. FIR: HIXSlONrHSaft; d!AteI wl| apply for u finalsoi'MJalassaid tierof scctu'Us, twenty in the former.except of range, ninetrer: There they lived many .}:ears." 'mid those [From the London dnd Paris,Ladiet>jlag .>f', ."\'

\Ib\.tt.r' ef.: 't", !PkPP.MnY! ieceased. ,,1)?n h11 AdminNtrntbrjcf-which' ; all .persons r Township.4) fourteen, fifteen and tti teen, of. rang. love-hallowed scenes, S Fa iqn.] .'f'|, i, .. .' 5 f
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J ;'id4itnnh4s' 1II\IIIt't 1I\ld cl"l.tte be i ntcre" ted will pleasvitntak'n'notire.: LADIES' FisinoNs.-As the season advances, ".
.tIIut! p.x- estwontyi twenl -one and t\v nty.two. i After Jane bad become his dear wife ; :.

'IbbZthaI, .yearaotherwise a I \jhe'saoio_ willtbe" ApiilI5thl844i.a. S ...'ANN' MI't KLEIt., 'Admin'r.. Townships fifteen and twenty;, of range twenty-, I They .both were then youug, scarcely out of again are satins, velvets, and all the richer maturials ., t
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5 three. S their teens- : ; new ones are most bril ) .
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qu I j" JOHN-FERUEIRAi' v 'I' Landsnpprapria'.ed by'l1w for the use .of schools, liant in color, displaying the prismatic lints in
I' .JVoticc. 'Twas the happiest of his life. : .
Administrator or th eiidtit.! :,: '. JOHN B. fERREIRA, .dee.v 11'5.hefeby given to alj persona CJiicerned a.,creditors sale. brown ..

:p z3Ie22 .- 4 i '. October29 JL legatees and such as, may be enlillpdtodutribuiioq .'rhc.sale. will be kept"open (for two weeks', (unless! I One of.hi* daughters remembers the pl places- green most5,in favor :and velvets gorge embroidereil.da cohbri ,are 'lh8.
I. .., in .tlie EO. BARTLI7TT. She-was twelve when travelled ; with gold,: .
; 4Jz .1: -- I ". .' Estatetof the lands are .soouer disposed of,) and no longer; they away.S S ;
<,, 11 "JJI..I ..-.-.IMotl.Ce.; : ; late of St.. JohuV.t: only' dece.a'sed, t'hai'all claimsnn'd'deh'iandagainst r and no private e"llri"s'of lards in townships 'fllJ And she now is eighteen, though to look at algeriennes; Smyrna satins: and -equally magi 1-)1-,-r
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- If.":k !afWrdscrt { shall npply to the Honoraof : ; sai'lT's'tat]r. uiujt 'b'c'cxhihited offered; ,wilt be admitted,until after the expirationjof: her face, 5 niticeat materials are talked 'of,for[dress ,. dentelles ., .
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; within two ; ''d Lerwise'tlieiparhc; wIll be'foreverbiirrcd 5 de velours of extreme' 'delicaW but soil
: i3 b" -iJdd&,9 ,the.;.C.ofntv; Court for the jenw [ the two weeks.Given She was seven years older, you'd say. :: ..
'IIs. .n qf.C:01Pml\ia.fqr.* ""t' (Admjniftration : and all persons indebted'' fo'-paidEctnte are under my hl1nct, 'lat the city of Washington, as lace, are madecf every color ; toeresaude "
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M's M ,'Qde1ie I, ; u .doj requited.. mike. immtJiaie p'a'minl' fo the sab this tw ntwnrth 'day of June, Anno Domini one I And the two younger ones, though mere chil venise; with ground of gold or silveij.thread,and S -1 \ -
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: .p.f P I BA&TLETTAdraiuistjatru.i\ thousand eight.bundled and forty-four flowers jot cbenelie with byrinlheaigimpiare
eli: I r .I 1W. .:M q I S- -J' S ,'" .- S \ J. TYLER..5. drenthen, SHe all used to ornament .
dresses whilst buttons
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11 \ ., tTnflbL. Cn 'F : 'toJ ASA' '.HODEuTfo,' '1., .. )uly IG. 1644. ("July 23] 8. By th President : knowj .of what "sweet bo'ne" they ribbon.and 'narrow ,velvet 'are tolfSivor; fora,; S. :
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whom it'innv: S ;\ je4ingolesare .
II .' \ ..,. ', concern. Com'nr. if the General Land Office lie often hasheard them, when sleeping !
ei4sitL.m. { rI'WU.NEGIO' MALE'-SLAVES; known and they've been,. S 1 universally. worn ;' the couage arb :Long.jaUmost _
of'th'e l following :de&criplion.J to wif. one. nani always busque and very openV bat' nOt ,
.r U) JLf\ Jfl ;(1"" Notice, ) NOTICE TO PItE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Of the pleasant days murmuring. "
edlULLY black about laced with
: T. ,:> man1 aged 10( or 43, five chpmisette ala, vierge ; thesleeves; .
- h A LL, PERSONS haiin'*' any demands: against: foot .nine inch" in hergra stout built,' has .a cut in Every per:1ln' entitleillo the right of pre-er'piion a la bonne ecu r,are reduced in sizer redingole9 '
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iI. J'jUh31IrDncr. "f' :ft. "gn line. I K. F., the !ovv. r,end of Juried ear, dressed iudirk s.itliuettcloihui to nay Undu withjn the limits of the townships above miTe, too, in her fever and nut of her head, a Amazone > "
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1 ,Ia.l. It: retn'ln "ithh3tM1tlrid8n thou.ed. ) '; Thco'hfcriiatned' ,MOURId a black man. I ennmerntod, is required (to (establi .h the Mme t8 tteStt''ta.ctlon' Would talk of thoie old tunes again- or areornameutedwUh; ; ebicore.es, .. .
of the Register and Receiver of the Lund I When he of-it 'air the man' gimp byrintbesor dentelle zephir. rForoye., :
will iaake immcdiato pnyment.'lo : fg''d about' twentj'-C ysrs., is J5 feet 9 Inches I t. thought ? strong dresses '.
V.. .uJ. I Office and mal e piyment therefor aso n as practicable ning; clear, muslin ta/Iataoea* bareges- .
- ., in4 1'J; O G. .FALMG \N'!. As-igne height! hasa ring in ',sisteft.far,1aul' slender, built; hrcartbledWith
it. S 11 I. '. I. -i.ForJNO.J.HEDRICK.Received ., dressed in acheck shirt, wiih coarse browu5aail cloth after stdng, this i -"o'ice. and ,before, the day appointed 'an anguish he scarce could sustain. and crape, and crapes embroidered are fashion _

- rS lqU:18"t' 'pantaloon* ; haye been pLi) edin'my\ charge as Jailr.6 for the nnmenceinont. ; of lh(> public sale orthe. ** SS able, with corsages a la .Frecqua r1pelutinea. '
ibs : I t I Commitment ) township, embracing trect claimed above 1fIJ' drapeea ;' young ladiesadbottb a,laj .
.It I. n.---; by a from Justice ; corsage<:
\ asrnrravveyslaves It shamed im to feel tbus -'twas weakness'
- .1 ?III I )4 ; 'J j"d i3'PSt : ,. :, ncrordiiig to the Httnnte' iii such niae.: mnde designated. ;S otherwise such. THO.rlaim will II. be forfeited. he.t S .- vii-rgr, with chcm 8eue.i, Deep, flourices aro::i..., S J
BLAKIVCom'rtr. thought
Kbrrsfi: Kcw York. a"d't ro'ided.Suid Slaves tit hive d ispen able. tot' ) used
:1Fcr'l.hr. are 'suppowd bareges ; they aretaUOi .
the Gtn'l. Land He had done all for the best
mad**' their. from A 'man: the 'namo of nf Office.. surely fur: muslin f. :
jAEcAILit escape stonnes
\)) : ; & GO"; by I- ,-or edged Mrilh-af[ ,lace,or
& I 23 1844 '
; ) .Wright of New Hive,.. ripnth. Florida and July : Though her that ho loved as his life he had II 5
1 I AJE j ut teeeivod dUll(ollowiuJ; articles wludi are supposed __n _. S three deep tucks divided ,with .emproidery.v/ .
ti> be tlio. property of thaI\ Estate of James brought S Pah S L
UprUk..qt4: r ir,}>fioerft.! ; i > ,-' Aloorn Hruiemwick.orgjn. Notice To dip in the lonely Far West. tots are now quitcrrDecellU Jor..a.el h

t .ii i It f ;lc. SJiairoJi. AIcss t3ce r. : police i ii hereby'given that if caH" runiway Slaves! i f hereb'y g'r..) to nil whom it may concern that I I I ling costume aid arenften.made o'fcachemire! tt'

I 1;'1 LaI.11JacG. ,.h Jr:' lrcki' ,., shall not be claimrd and proved; by the owner l or-owncrslherof tS hate thU day filed my Petiti n' in 'he Office of ,Twos n hard hard world. and he longed for slightly wadded and fi1ished..ith.acor.d _
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t I) : r rr 'T"T' ... .. at or before.the ezpiratlon; : of one year the Clerk of the County Courtof St. Jehu's county, his S large shawls are also worn, .rounded at tho.hot. j

bJ-kp1Ard.' 4Ofir&ii'' ," y"t"' : >. ffnta! Hiedate hereof mid the, 'costn and .charges for raying that Dower may bft assigned to me in the To rest grave theft his iiorrowworti I torn, with) hood and'sleeves. 1,1/,
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I aChOp. 25 harrejs' SugarMblirssen. the arijirehenrling them. together with the prison fees Roalnnd! Personal Estate therein set fcrth IIf which eyes Uonpets are but: little ,ornamented '4hts S I
. 1e. hil eh, '30 tatfcrs Pilot Broad.. and liiaiBicharrcethereof' paid, I shntl' tfi'en. pnrn my lata hubad Peter' Manncc)'. died seized or But si ill he bore up--fear-born, yet to brave. season; and the form i* small*! all'{sides ; the (

,1, ."Lt&irrvl)GrarkerV.: ,.: bb.w/B' Snap.; ; I ant to the titstntf, harnl over the ra'rne' toilin r'heritlofthe.County pcssus,ed, and that at tlio. ne ensuiii. ? Term of.s,id Was .his spirit of eni .rie. winter bonnets .in preparation. are of.A. more '
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1 .ell "C .c.ft lif'betel Tobacco. > d .: : :]i ott Johnp and Tercitory of Florida' County Court, to be hidden at the City of St. Augustiric.in have open form ; a new capote termed c4pOle, bor. -
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1 a7M1cixlrs.' 40'bll tStJt.1' : :e..; r be sold at Public Auction. ,. Ji and fur CHINESE PRINTING -The Chinese 1.
1 j. S L' to t. ( sL: l.I5CoIflity, to, wit, pn,the first.touhiy r! is mad .
: Iikta4EPorter.. I) qaAs Ale ,pir done their printing on the st roty p.system. j tense, pretty, .of pink;!ftatia,,covered _
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; Lg. r.epper : .. jI" S City-wf. .ot.. "A.ggt.\"ltipf.lhi".I3iU .'ly.of Augu! ,J 834. : Court tor .nl1' al'.Minert'! thhrenf; purenant to the noverusiu seprrato types.. The ,Register iu j lace I formingveil: ;,at theK,sides the .
I\\ t. I.rd ('I boxesG(t. : in such relation to (his subject : 'I trimming composed ,,01( coquos of black vnlyet 0 :
"c: .,' .r If 7" :: i"J' : 4.osE1'1ti.! ,ANDfUV.Jakor. 1 Statute case maCe ''iJprovidedMUY I says ,: .

4i It i. .c1Stew8ri.Cduidy.,, .t. : ... .'It.-,.AU"l1jt. .; '13". : : ,. ULi1I I MANUCEY. Whether the. duties*; will ever nbandon.their ribbon, striped) with pink f.rmingdemicon.! 5 .
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U'l'wt ct. rlour''IO'bt'rretlJOils' I ,
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; S St Augo.tmoJnly80 ablo types,. 1:5 aa interesting question They ;i lined with pink Veloursed' Afrique, > I
arei'Srierm Candles/<):l.oxCTTalV<'w, do IS hereby/ptrcn, That TWO MONTHS after date. Forward & AUlricu Solicilors. arc, it is true, exceedingly tenacious of-old hub- I I and velours epmgle are materials row.?smta- ;- I _
'V4o.t4rA''wlie Tinrar 10 halfche8ts.Tof S tll iber. Adaiin'Utrator' _
; \ iib} 1 M the .Estate of bio. S .
t Ilip tiJU l'.l nei/a..oftme 1l1 article*,in ,on't I Ji te in theM. '. thu ia which _
I hqniutitiost0 ishmont, during period th'y.Wf're .
which sohoit the attention I ilia
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.t( Hgiiombla'Jndin.of, lily t
: p. ., a1 : ; A LL persons having claims or ifanund* M nmst for the first I tulle brought in contact with Euro ; Court PistrlcSt. I
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.J Dthen. (cttr3, : .P9't\.fyr; \ ,djl1sInnt' _:. nt J1utic8 i is bQreby fat iLer ., Superior : .
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-II ItlaqmtK, M g.iv n.th'p'\.il.x\lO\ t T11 S .lft date I,will nppTy fnr 'deec3t1PJ i them said.County within pean improvements in the art of war, that lkeymanifested .John's. Mosquito and St.LucieCountres, S : ,
-": *? .Pioticfe-. a..Iiiz1 r }sjniiaI\ s' said, AduiiiItatoz:: t lii1' ire "requested)! lo present the the most eager desire to adopt them. S I NOVEMBER'TERM,' 1844; f :!
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l Im'ffl., rJ y riven'to all persons; concbrned) ''r iatolOiblEstate '111 per onlJ 1ntcrest d'WIJ'rT i p. tn hk noticr. f ajuired by indobtud w please They 4iavc learned more, in the part of/engi/ John King. Senr. ) 'Attachment j. S -S j S
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1S / 'of MA TUl Pirv, 'latf of St.: ,' '- 1". I' "' FRANCIS: GtJE: Adm'r .make imir.odiatcyayincut S to.B.'Ej CARR. Administntor.Jan. I neering und casting cannon, in this shpry space Vii.. V ,Debt.$2961 '72'5 5 S

\ i ,*.a !(rd; is. efcc iloiT! 'heirs i ,'or l Ie', 1 30 S of time, and have learnt it mire practically Jt'h' PnhU SBond' nTed for$5923,444'5 S '
,t iSt'ijW 1i their claim. the Mid.E; ("intiT s J IX MONTHS I I ,.I/Ml./ r S
I '* nfjmnst afjerdiia. wijl apply jo the in.rcch have i i. heieby given of the, 'comi let.c.m'nl
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-1 Itt-Tri) (Ye ..br.bfl ame-will b forever burredv, : hfutlcalof! Ui .Cniirt>. Court.of ;>t'Jnhu'; |) < for Turks permifcdlianis.Uis NOTICE"h \8 entitled! suit: by attaiti l netit, ands 1
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-N'C J _.t "t .T.1r.U L.ur"I'l .r I .I.:1< STEWART.-. I JUST RECEIVED: : and forsimteatlhe Drug :mil thrrefirq hut auger important; changes from the! J Jfril.'rHlly i lea plfjd to .the declaration (therein riled'accordii r to .. '. IS

;:, L41 L-"j1" .,'. G., 1 PAPV, Admiuinralor.!! .. 1' ,. J.;; B. COLE. J .store hv' / i iwtcrcuursc which is likely to gnaw liP' pw. 5 W. M: IVES, '
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: ,: .. I ADDRESS OF THE MECHANICS AND LA.' while the (alter, with b'is toilworn face and calloused meril, but 'aUierlo incite us to the 'higher' and He was awe' of;thu e who have _latterly staodind'the report* in 'circulation, if,was .;;;
i BOEEKt*. ASSEMBLED IN CONVENTION: hand is left to occupy the rear. It more determined action. Other movements, it come from England; well educated and.one_ lain that the'cabinet would! present itself) dniixs"
I ;': ,' AT BOSTON.OCTOBER IG.- hilt. 'l'u.1'HF.IRI gives to the'one power, to the othernotalterna-: issajd, have.failed ; but the present is based up of tbe most respected! men upon the 'group. difiedto:: the Cortes*. The: first object iDtendt.r:
I I FELLOW MECHANICS AND LABORERS' live bu t tp('>ubniit. If crowns the one with honor on'a broader platform-the eternal principles of This action was upon the North side of the to be brought before them will be the reform of'
: .' THROUGHOUT UNITED STATES. the other with disgrace. Tbe one though he fight ; and so lung as these are maintained! we Bay.of' Bapeite. The native loss is unknown. the'Constitution. The ministry will afierwanfc ....
i ; IttV'J : There is no subject which claims our Jlk.re serious may never have produced a single cent's worth have the best assurances of success. French I loss, three killed and five wounded.At call on ibe Legislature for leave to'ntaLliila")
: "\'. and candid attention than. that which re in value, IS honorable ; ibe other is 1 despised, I The numerous associations of workingmen the'same time. on the south side: another such organic laws as it may deem advisable: *

V.- l i l.J kc. :, : ", tcra to our condition a* laborers. What this. .tttougb he,may! have added{ thuu I1ls! and tens of which tve already sprung up throughout New action took place, in which the natives were.again and if denied that auibority.tbey will retire.' '
i i ": ... ,; coudili "iI'lf""C01TCCtbo\\-1trmay'bemaintain. .thousand to his country's wealth.. t England,are most encouraging signs of prom. routed. In. this action, five :French were A private letter adds > All b conjecture.. .
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I .,\ I lions which we are: impartially called upon to a fair proportion of the same, and the reward of throughout the community, and in special ? ministers will not have a majority. JUartiotz .
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''I. ', f. decide. To a consideration. ol lhee questions. his toil which justly his due.. This it does by the ground which is assumed by the workingmen The day following the natives again advanced de la Rosa in better: :circumstances could done

allow ui.. to call wt...your* candid. and.l immediate attention. the introduction of excessive ''compe: tion n, ,give' Us the greatest cause for hope. The upon tbe town, and before they could be good. What can be expected of.him at a cra-
I tbe mon .tI mechanics, caused by the increase of sacred. spirit of liberty is again revisiting the met bad succeeded in burning the French cal period like the present !lan ez is UM E
; ) WbatJ: AmericifBihc'declaration>!Jhepxesent' fmdiiionof workingmen'of facilities f,,production, which every year .are earth ; the undaunted zeal of the fathers once Mission House, Chapel &c- soul of the ministry, but his influence B 'fan

I t J I' of rightswhich' throwing hundreds if not thousands of mechanics more,reanimates the sons, and the marshalled In all these actions it has been impossible losing ground. The exaltados working bi,,j' .
t our fathers lnade!,and which: they' maintained out of 'mplo-tbus bringing man in direct hosts are gathering for,:a glorious contest and a determine with any degree ofcertainty the natives nnd moderodos divided amongst.thenaelvvs.' >
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and janr ,we are t'ompt"tilion'with the 'i inanimate machine, and bloodless victory. Through the'once darkened loss. They have always been accustomed apprehend ere long a coup d'etatoraprvat ,
; instructed to believe that ,ALL HEM'.re born giving to the latter the right winch should only fbture.'the glow of hope is seen which 'tells of to remove their dead 'during the action, and m mlo." -t r tta1jcati

EQUAUI possessed of'equal natural rights' and ,ad of right belong to the.former. the coming of broad day of freedom, when onelythose are found npon the field who ,die The members of the Chamber of Peers .riT
: .. designedio. 'The enjoy: equal civil of and.ibis social evident!'privilege 3. Tbe present system of labor not merely man shall stand erect in all, the dignity of his at the point of the bayonet. to be appointed 'for life The trial by jury )lIoe

formed propagation in the world'sImtory doom. the laborer to excessivn and overprotrac nature-when violence ,land oppression shall The, natives are'in,/' force ,on'all sides, and the suppressed, with an understanding that this '
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I and an imp* first era-! and foremost( ted toil, but| by consequence denies to him the hide in the darkness of the past-when labor troop constantly under arms. Tbe Queen bad institution is to be incorporated witli.. the new
k was designed those in'whom the feudalism cultivation ot thoseAsocial; and mental natures shall be disenthralled supremacy of humanity jU5llelt'the Island for Borabora. law on the liberty of,the press.RUSSIA ..- .
i lu nfflxt the former pundition.of times had with which he is endowed.. Receiving, as he asserted, and the workingman stand The natives bad within the last few days seized i .

.. "'. "' .. .serfsand of de ucSaD'. online will.o1 recognued.-tree crown only does but so scanty a pittance for his loft; he is forth confessed. as earth's 'true nobleman., three Frenchmen, who had been for many ,Letters from Petersburg: !},of tfee 27ih nit;, ., -S
under the.necetsit + rotractin .the same to ,..,.. years_resident upon< the bland and were among announces ,the death of ConatAlt-zander
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j .' this or lb8 truthrrare aristocracy. To taken ehVunrllfFprevalance> in the structure ol of procure' fur| hlnweTilnie cTm7oria or !necessities! .. r:'Ji'r m'I N.--Jl."}frill.)-'1--..,:,..: them; and_ had put them, to.death., ",--.;,-.- .... firj the : deg....
e of life. If four hours' Tabor should sufficient- ,.. OURELATIONS'MITII CHINA. of Russia, and for r .'. -
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". ., : our government! tojecure its operation throughout for thn satisfaction of human wants, provided! all When it was first contemplated to open commercial 7 Days Later from Europe. board of the war'steamer. Herttufbtoq,hb.ww"41'i
tbo civil body, by giving to every member would bear an equal share of toil, if but half relations with China, it was contemplated ARR1VALUFTHC STEAMER HIBEUMA. back from Germany -< ;

of rulers the and body"ibe an fotmalio'n equal-void of laws.in the To selection what'ex-ol the community bear it, the burden is increased that we enjoyed a very lucrative HS well as The steamship Hibernia, CapL Ryrie, arrived The Russian journals.?.state--That OR
has realized is not I* eight hours, if only one third, to twelve. tranquil intercourse with that Country ; and it at Boston on Saturday night last, at 12 27th of June, in the District of OsMlias&y sod tw
been
j tent a democracy : the our Then worn with the labor of the day drawn was questionable whether any direct intercourse o'clock. She left Liverpool at 2 o'clock, Octo- the government of Georgia, a mountain; beinr
present object loJnquire ; upon each practical out. through tw Ive, fourteen or even sixteen with that Government would tend to strengthenthe ber 19 ; arrived at Halifax November 1, 91 o' nearly three w rats to'extent from the base of
,I and bearings decide of for the ourselves.question we can ltJ'CCulc.tuI' hours, he' hat little heart to engage in mental 'amicable feelings, which at present existed, clock* and left (ur. Boston same day at 24 P. the summit: and covered,with t feesliPpedand

.I To another feature this matter we ..wouldmoreesveciall1 Inhors. or boweyer greatly he may desire' it, he and! as long as we paid our debts! our intercourse M. She brought out 112 passengers. Among did not cease to move until it reached ths baow -
call pi attention. What, is has! no opportunity--no time. would be uninterupted. The Administrationtook them is Mr.Charles K. Willmer,ion of Mr. Edward let of Scheleour, covering: a space of 24 acesof
t your 4. The present system of labor disregards the a different and more national: view of the Willmer, the enterprising proprietor of cultivated land. The hamlet
I the and condition of working composed of
present America position, considered as the, actual great tie of' brotherhood which should; unite all question,and thg President considered that it the European Times. That paper, in alluding five houses and three mill, was driven, togetb-
t .6.. men ducers of wraith !. Labor is the only creator pro of men, and brings into tbe most deadly and bus.tilecnanperalfln was unbecoming the dignity as well as the in to Mr. W illmer's departue, observes,"Our Mr. with its inhabitants half a went further..rlunately -
l value. Making",usa of the materials furnished parents nnd children, brothers terest of this Country, to allow the subject of r:. K. Willmer, who is young, but not inexperienced no lives were lost." ;
and. sisters,the child and the man,the'male and commercial intercourse between the united is about to locate in a land ot strangersbut GREECE. .
by-the God of.: Nature, i it gives utility to what
,. was befuJe worthless, or increases value whereit the female: It duomt the'weak, the young to States and any Nation, to rest upon a contingency if to the son be extended a tithe of the per. The steamship of tbe Austrian; Lloyd a*
l. beforeejcttted. supplying the necessities and bear the most grievous burden to gratify its own or what was worse, to be carried on by fa sonal kindness the warm and generous hospi brought to Trieste accounts from Athens, of ttv. .
i' adding to ihecomfbr.!* of human life. If the cupidity. Through the introduction of laborsaving vour or sufferance. Our flag, which was seen tali'y with which tbe father'was received in dale of the 21st September. These 'coimnotiM
'posiiiun! to which we Iulveprev.iously reverted machinery, it is cooslmtly'supplanting in every se.a. should be made to cover its own his recent visit to America he will l cease to cations mention the result of the electiooal.t
.' 1 i t 0 be.correct then have all an equal right to labor 'tbe labor of the male adult, introducing in stead sovereignty atid not seek!. the protection of any think that he"is amongst other than old and sin Athens, the celebration of the anniversary, :'
and to enjoy lbub'jessinghich such labor that of thn helpless female or the stiil weaker other power. It was also considered, that the cere friends. tbe 15th of September and the oper.ing.of lite'Chambers. '
/ create. -A given; amwunl1 of labor produces may a I child. In fine ihe present system of labor introduces war declared and waged by Great Britain 'l'he.news brought by this arrival is not of : The elections terminated <
: given amount of value, which according to the utter isolation! opposition and competition against China, although succeeded by a treaty ,much importance. 13th. Culetti has been returned by 4,412 votes,]_
t position.we,have assumed,should.belong to the I destroys* the very life's blood of industry of peace and commercial alliance, left a very The demand (for Cotton throughout the week M&laxas by 3,934. Kalipbrona* by 4,446--.114.
t #11 f. producer*, .Oo.we.find this to. be the fact 1 I makes it the slave of capital, and tramples on natural feeling of ill will and distrust towardsthe bad been considerable, and the quantity offer. Blotches l by 3.206 ; Maroyanb obtained 1,108,
II 1.I .: IS! there arethose in )the c.mmuilyl;ho are the law of our being,and plain defined laws of English which would manifest itself in a lag was large. Prices, however, had been re- Kulergb 792 and Mavrocordato: only -tires "witTru
t the Creator.] more favorable consideration: towards the United duced to within l-8d of tbe lowest price; of last votes. -
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; not actually engaged ,ICl.lna.luallabor, or otli- ; .
\ erwords,wbu are not producers, who do nevertheless Again,'the present system of labor b. injurious States; ; and the election of a sensible and *year. ALGIERS-
receive value, it must follow that by to the community, because; ; discreet citizen, familiar with commerce, to open The Money Market continued buoyant, and Letters receivedby the Vatour from the Fast
j' : ''t: some means they obtain possession of a part of 1. It encourages crime by compelling Idle. friendly relations with the celestial Empire, the rage for Railway investment as great. as ev give as certain, that the Duke d'Aumale was e"*
I : that which: .is 'produced others; and we do ness. The two, it is said go band and hand ; will no doubt be productive of the very best re.. er.There route for Algiers I and that .in_all probability bs,
,' actuallytind that a large portion of the vulue[ and our observation; will assure us that if sults. We understand that our good friends the bad been more incendiarism in the would reach thai city onthe 8tb. or the,:mora- AEIj
which is produced by labor is in some way secured i I honest.industry will not procure a livelihood, English, have been at considerable pains to i impress agricultural. districts in tbe vicinity: of London. ing of the {9tb. The Marshal although be has
1 by those >>,110.ere not engaged in productive i. dishonesty or immorality must. As we have upon t the Chinese Minister that a visit of Mr. .O'Connell seems to be making progress received no official deipacheshas thought proper
5- industry at all It is then evident that the\ | previously shown by out present system of labor Mr. Ciifthingto Pckih. may be construed into with his scheme of federal association.- to hasten the preparations for the reception
greater is ibis,amount the smaller must be that, I intelligence i is discouraged, or r.uher, forbidden unfriendly feeling tuwardstheni, and a mark of meets with hearty opposition from tbe Standard of the Prince. Marshal Bugeaud will not The
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: idleness i is encouraged, and even compelled distinct i partiality for the Americans and and its party. for
; they
l retained by, the actual.producers ; or, the greater t : quit us Europesu soon.as was expected; Bis;:
a ; the number of the non.producers, the heaVier I and destitution and misery the inevitable may succeed in preventing the visit,of the AI in. Among the recent'.deaths in Europe we notice present arrangemen is to be in Paris about tbe lint
will be the.burden upun.and ihe'smullcr will be '. result. A poople were never known to be ignorant ester to the interior ; but at the same time, can that of the Outchess of Marlborough, .at I beginning ot January next. The affairs in the And,
r'' idle, nod miserable, and still virtuous.t not the adoption of a commercial treaty Blenheim Palace, Mr. Gordon, Consulat .
f '. the ,reward of the industrious lablJr rVith. prevent : English:: I East continue unsatisfactory. Two regimentsof By3o'c
a 4 I the! given 'amount in the CUM we have littletoriaeiIIe t\\ The statistics England, France, and other negocinted with the commissioner *iK' ying- Paris ; and! :Admiral J. P. Berestord. light infantry had been landed from the East

t t "J r' d. at precentitbtuf| ""the we complain, countries ot Europe abundantly prove this ;and Even at the lime of Lord Macartney's embassy, Louis Phillippe terminated hb visit on the and are to be replaced by others. ". -
which ,we. see illustrated_ in l the self evident fact : even amongst ourselves we are compelled to there was great difficulty in his procuring permission 14th, aDd the next day reached: Calais, by way TAHITI.: "w'r ay
f that the reward o( ,the-.producer* diminuned, 1 admit that irlll'mp rance,ilishunealY,and licentiousness to visit 1'ekin ; such is the.nature- of of Dover, where be was enthusiastically received -I The Constitution gives the following version .
\t with the iocreuiceu1 the. nonproducers..This find no where a stronger support than their non-intercourse policy.! It is supposedthat by the people. The Queen who bad of the affair of Mabaena, from the fetter .
., i,. division of (society into the producing in the present disarrangement of our social sysp some of the recent outbreaks in Canton by been anxiously awaiting bb: arrival at Treput, j|jof I French naval ufcr. dated April.23.-
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and the ,son; reducing! classes, and tbe'fact u p:tern, and the' discouragements -and difficulties the rabble which- manifested itself by an attackun learning his destination, met him at Calais. j I "Hostilities ibe 21st of Hares. .
i under: which labor exists the American nap-staff; were instigated 'by Jlr_ ..Ev&e.I.&be..Amwican..MinJe.t.bo.; The natives tacked *
the urn qual distribuYiyii uf ,value between thewointroduces ._ the %r I ui Tarawa. AJ j
: us at.once to another distinction j 2. It creates gr at disparity in the fortunes oll'men persons under English influence, but this at had been absent for some tune on the Continent td a w I ssusta'roed-ifeTrfttlsifefy-a.iwa i

.-that of cllpii I,8id 'jabor.- And h,*re we find and great inequalities in the interests oftbo'stnte I east is poor policy, because should any event had returned to England. j{ hours they withdrew, after having killed tia eMe j l
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'. nwjdt! ? difference tuexistinvolving i on the finehariil Look at those nations where industry tend to interrupt their commercial intercourse Liverpool Clt/lcnu-l'.be Customs' receipt at of 0'U1 men and waundt seven., Some dlJI
f: the ides of epllhlt'liceDud! on the other ( b truly the sl.ivu of wealth, nod side ,by :side with China it is the interest of Great Britain to this port for the quarter just ended, b nearly ago we bad made eiiion. of which tbe. '0 tot
u( J"p -D4ePce. .Lubo now becomes a commodity ( you will behold the piiu .ey! rich laud the most sustain friendly relations between the Chinese .f 240,000 more than he corresponding quarter object was to carry to
wealtbcapitalaud; ( ljie natural t order of, 'ui3Crable poor ; nay, a nation wealthy, but a and this country, and thus keep up their sup. of 643, having now reached JC1.325.0UO.: .I which the enemy had "ntrenhed.pition an inis

tI :. t( things is entirely revere d. Antagonism and I people wretched. The commercial interests plies jndirectly. Every thing seems to favor the Mr. oIemonS, a meVnber of.the Jewish persuasion Phaeton went to Mahahena with :.if.nt. c
o : opposition'. interest h..ia ,introduced into the I rise, moneyed institutions prevail, and nil the impression that we are to have a'valuable trade and a partner m an eminent commercial 50 gurme. 25 men of th ._ I u
I\ coaununify.capital; and li'bor stand opposed ; instability cumflall}' a.g overtruding is the iu.t with China in Teas, Silk, Drugs &c., &c., andno I. house in the citrrwbo was recently elected l lJ the 6 thanly
ihe'tDp'pruduouig' ; classes wage war with the evitable: result. effort will be neglected to.secure a favorable for J the office of Aid rman for tbe Ward of Porl-j J I r The Tubitiao informed of our cumin! I. ,

1 ;" producing, and.. exc-sive .deadly competition t 3. 11 causes great! W"'e of industrial: power. treaty. With the enterprise:: which invariably sekon hat been rejected; by the Court ot Aldermen << I i to oumb.of 900 men.of whom 600" yea
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'f incite the producer against each other. Money checks productive\t.tii>couruges honesty in characterises our merchants, we understand that of London. The rejection has given riseto were armed muslct They: divided t themselves An
becomes power'in'the blal.dtI of the capitalist ; I l labor, and d deteriorates race.' a line of Iron vessel*,' with propeller, of the a good deal of surprise and to some controversy. |t I. into three, well 1 l placed Vic
., disunion ccrid competition'becomes weakness; on I And need we onk if a *system thus frightful size of those now trading between Philadelphia I and admirably constructed ; for behind the p' *,
the part of the laborer. The interests of the in'the most: deadly evils, is what it Should be ? and New York, will be established to run between The Steam ship Great Britain.-A report b. pets there were trenches, in which the natives joritSi
... ": 'I$tew become permanent, those"'of th nags urn J By no meal s. A reform is demanded. The. Canton and Suez at the head of the Red now current in England that this magnificentvessel kept themselves. These trenches covered
': S neglected ; the few rule, while the many serve'; only question which remains i i.*, how it may be Sea. The fine Teas and Silks brought by these is just now about- to be released from her with roofs and earth, s that wer our men srV !
[ secured. This is one which demands our most vessels will be transported over land at Cario, confinement Our private accounts from Bristol "
: \ .' the f.w the affluent while the many are mUer- rived they saw nothing. Asoon u they,writ. 1n.W
I \ .able.. -H r serious= consideration., |fl t is that grand problem and down the Nile to Alexandria where the this morning sta'ei thai'an amicable arrange within gunshot the Kanacks the trodtot
; ..:. ; We would not have it supposed that this ultimatum hich is now, presented for solution to the work. cargoes will be transhipped io this country making 'ment bus been made with the Bristol Dock Company their muakeui above the roofs ruse kept *up t'
has been.reached.by us, or that our con itiftnvri of the nineteenth century We do not ; the voyage :n 60 days from Canton to the for taking down the wall, to enable her dreadful fir.Notwibatandinglhi 'strd t
: ditiooainrMkingmen.i. reduced to that extreme t purpose lit ibis time Io enter upon the work. It U. Slates our government having: already adopted tO,pass through the locks ; and it is expeclldIbatshe the three Netttoria
;" !1'\. of wretchedness to which the laborers of Europe, must be the business: ; of years and prosecuted be necessary measures to procure permission will float into the basin about the 30thinst. arrangement the bayonet's ;
i i c /1' have. long Wince'arrived. But wb do mean to, by every ;individual who has an interest in in- for the overland trade.' The'canal from .. and into the river some time in November.Her ter n six hour's engagement.lt Our piDta. j*

cl i j.. assert that,our present system of labor is fare, dustry.! It demands the attention of every lover Suez to the Nile,may soon be completed or a dates of sailing when they are fixed will perated by to stubborn a resistance, massacred
J I f principle i and in g practice unjust and oppres of his country and humanity, and he who gives rail road across the Peninsula will greatly facilitate be given in columns of this paper. It is not tbe natives wilbou pity with the It
&. I ."o1oour.Itea.and; injurious to the community the same b cnSinendy the benefactor of his race. : the direct intercourse with China and the improbable, however, that during the winter was a e butchery. 'Tw bi'cae., too

i t .. ; '. In England the system has dune ns utmost; Ton few points al.'ow: us to call your attention. East Indies. Our policy is distinctly commercial mouths she may remain in a state of inactivity French, among* whom we have: to lament '. ; East
it has raised the fuw to more than kingly wealth|a One of the drat things at which we should and we have the elements of rivaling the --either at London or Liverpool-ready to start'on Ios of M. Signettoof .
while1 the..ttbny at the emu lime are sinking to| him is the spread of a more.general and loftier' most successful countries on earth.* England is her Atlantic with the early awnings souty, of the anierrand.\cf
the lowestdegradation of utter misery and intelligence.: As workingmen, it becomes us the only power which takes the lead of us, and of Spring. ,battle. We b PhoO rmaia, whom ***' b
a I, WTOtchedoess. lnourown: land similar results well to investigate our present position, the re* in our rapid strides: we may soon be up to her. The Free Church in'En 14nd.-A "New Free an eke of the Uranie.named among *, lad
d: <11,..3. art)'be glnlungtosho. themselvesand must be laiions we sustain to capital, and the causes It is a subject on which we must never sleep. Church in England has just sprung up in Ex. of the Charte, called ColouraDIJ.olber $ int
L \ -seen as'inevitably as like causes produce likeeffects.HS I i which have a(ready operated to reduce us to the LATt: faU11 TUB SOCIETY ISLANDS.A eter. It is announced that it is an Episcopal establishment received three balls iuthe right arm and ibdkft
,. .. j condition in which we are at present. Knowl- missionary SAof.- From the New Bedford which,\vHl, however, allow of no thigh. Governor Bruat,was present at this cue* era
;.. ;t'lW! believe our present system of laboris'fal.'n I edge of the laws of cause and effect and.. I Mercury, of the hi instant, we learn that the Bishop in iu: concerns /Two Church of Eng. bat. He sabred the Kanacks furiously jorit
,p ciplo.In tbo, decree "in the, i did uxaminntipn' of facts, are absolutely indispensable -' : whalesbip L. C. Richmond, Captain L'Jce.had land clergymen named. Shore and Butted are elect
S swearof thy face tbou Khali cat bread,", HO trace to the co duct of a reform. made that port in 103; d-iys from Otaheite, ar- promoters of this scheme. THE STEAM ENGI.XI.--The following (sayas.
.." the original design of,the Creator.. ,Not that I We must rely upon ourselves in Ibis matter. tiving on Thursday. Captain Luce brings intelligence Tbe Archipelago infested with pirates to correspondent oflbl N1 Journal of. COCKmerce
,- one sbould <6il and' another eat, but that the Too long we have allowed others to',think and of-the state of things < xisting betweenthe such a degree that even King OthoV cutter ) w the best description of a Steam Engine
,''?' fruit of'IDduslry.sllould be enjoyed by him who act for u. ; and: submitting :their guidance French and the natives.In Yacht has been plundered, and every soul on that 1 ever I w. It UL by' Arnott;. .i Or
I exercised it. Not that l the few should rule,while I and dictation we may expect 'still to toil on in March, 1844, about 500 natives attackedthe board. butchered.FRANCE.: The Steam Engine, in its piesent hnprof' boodos
\. the wiany serve, since God has revealed himselfn..th.'rulerJlt :It I our present'helpless Plate, The work before' us French station at the Isthmus, of about 40 state, appears to b a thing, almost
V ; d All ,hJf'n' are brethern. So far ill mighty, and the preparation needed is great ; men-troops, and some few marines. The natives The Muniteur announces that despatches were with intelgenc. I regulates with perfect sc- 'eata'th
S as we are able''to discover the destiny, of man but confidence in ourselves should be manifested were after some hard fighting repul d. received by the Minister of Marine and Colonies curacy uniformiy.the Dumbr oftltrte
from ....'.ogftnizaUun..t.II.Du'mUlei> to buy and mote !than half the preparation for the Their loss has never been correctly ascertain fium the governor oT the French establishments in a given time. mreover. cunt.
and'' sell, and get 'gain,' bulto bring out aid mighty effort is secured. ed. The French- had two kilL-dund five woun in the Pacific Ocean. These despatches cords them totelfbow much' does.as .
strengthen thce exalted:: natures with which he We should ever distinctly remember our object ded. are dated the 11th of .May; but they do not men a clock records the 'beasts of its; b ,e
is fitted ;rwbUol our present system ol labor ; not to elevate ourselves by depressing others About 2000 of the natives then- entrenched |I lion the incident relative to n British: naval officer It regulates the supply of water to pnt, i ga
would a&6ert\he former, bill deny the laitcr;-- I -not to subvert ,all society.bul t'o establisha themselves in strong forts at the Bay.ot Mana which several: Parish journals of the 9ih instant the briskness of the fire, and tbe quantity
I 0 Thus does itdepy; in principle the evident facts correct one -not to war with any man or class ma. On the 17th of April, Governor Brant attacked I II copied from the London papers. No farther steam admitted to work ; opens and shut it o,
i of bis nature,aiulAentirely disregards those (laws of men- but to elevate ourselves-to strengthen them with the frigate -Uranie" and : engagement had taken place since the af. valves with absolute precision ; oils its joiaaatakes ; anti
; S to which wo are to look for tbe-indication, ofbtsdeat the bonds of our neighborhood, to remove oppression steamer Pb ton. There were landed 500 soldiers 1 1I fair., of the 17.h of April, when the natives in. out and air which may accidently enter dg
.ny. to assist the ,,'eak. to befriend,humanity I and marines who stormed the forts 'and I trenched at Mahahena ',were vanquished and into parts where a perfect vacuum b required; dee

< '. makes 'labor a commodity to be boughi .. entered them sword in hand. dispersed. On the 1st day of May tbe King's and when any thing goes Wrong which ttes> .
k; S. I and sold in the, tnjnrket, and man a mere ma Fur these purposes we should endeavor to The natives fought desperately, but after five birth-day was celebrated at Papeita with much not of itself rectify, it its bf
L chine; It deprives thee man of all the power of promote unity of action amongst our lvefr.- hours' hard fighting, .they retreated with a loss pomp and with the mist perfect order. The ringing belt Yet with warn all attn t toi 0ed
an affrnf f, atsl!>bind him as a helpless victim in Frequent assembling together, that we may be of from 200 to 300 of the bravest warriors on chiefs of all the districts of Tahiti, and of tbe qualities, and even when tbft power .
0 the stumbles. to become the property in posseseionrof cumecqudinted.itb each other's wants, per the Island. The French lost on this engagement island pf Eiineo, had been invited to be present, of horses, it u ping band of*
t the '_highest bidder. Deprived of the mament associations! and all worthy efforts for 16 killed and 52 wounded-7 have since I and almost all had attended the ceremony ac 6. Its aliment is coal, wood tO,orotherC and
land, we had almost said of all those facilities our common good should be deligenily, attend died of their wounds. The 1st Lieutenant of I companied by the principal personages of each buslible ; but it consumed none iybapar.
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t uud materials whiih which the God ot nature ed to. At, present we are divided, isolated and the steamer was the first man killed. He died j I district, and they manifested a disposition to Lever tires, and wants no sleep ; whie' i ub' .
.'. ,- I has furnishrd man for the exercise of industry, opposed. Frequent association and confidence at the head of his detachment upon the walls of concord and conciliation which Capt. Bruat ject maladay when i + lot
theIqboror.tosno: longer an opportunity lore. will to a gnat extent; remedy these evils, and the fort. considers as most satisfactory. and t only any refuses to work origiDal.el.
I his hands) be secure for us In action that unity without which June 20th, the natives then From : Abu
s ly upon OHn as capital ; can no .. assmbledat Point an article in the Journal des dtbatt, referring age.
I longer alwil' | create value- which, whn created I it i is impossible Jo accomplish any portion i1 the Yl'nus.-this being too near ihe Bay of Papeife': to the despatch of Cnpl.Brant from Ta It is equally active i in all climates, and "it 0
.' -: is to be his own ; but he must ,veil his eommodity I I object we have ultimately in view. for general safety the Governor again at the hiti, it seems clear that the French Government do work ot any kind. It b a water pumps ;era

-his labor-, his oisuhnod-to another to receive'therefor Now is the time for -some. action. A begin- head of four hundred !troops marched upon them. are determined io remove him from a command miner, sailor, a cotton s inner, a weaver,:
the'lfflserabk .pittance_ which but uing must be made. Every day disunion and The natives received intelligence ot his apprach and a position for which he appears completely black smith a miller; and a small
reveals. his degradation, without increasing' his competition are increasing our weakness while and place themselves in ambush. I unfitted the character eta steam-poney, may eD'u P

store.. the evils which oppresios are accumulating The natives! allowed the main body to pass, fPAIN. dragging after it on a railroad, a hundred nut
7' 2. The: present systemnf labor is in prncricc number and lDa l'ilude. Not a moment i is to but as the rare guard was passing in front ot the Queen 'Chrbtiana has become *a member of of merchandise or a regiment of soIdietSf *.1greter.sp ; /Prte
unjust ana oppressive ourselves because- lost ; while we have some power let us use hIt English mission house, they opened their fire the sisterhoods the Nuns of Juan de Alarc nand :d than that of our fleetest eotca"es. M
1. It..produces tal-n standards of judgment. However small may be the amount" time iti a direct line with the house-. Mr McKean, of Calatrava ; so that she could now enter ., It is the king of roacbiness, and a aPe"M" "i .fl.d
,.. It generates the C'tll'itltlistfrum: the laborer-placing reveal the tremendous result. oho u' the I missionaries, who was walking in hisveraudah.wasstrack'with any of the convents belonging to those orders, Dent realization of the IJenii of Eastern .*sea< 1
the former with the wealth and respectability ). Tiue, ,i\e have many obstacles; to oppose ; but J a ball and killed instuntly ; should she deem it fit to take such a step. whose 1 powers uccasioW"at

< o.i the one side, or rath ia t the foreground, these should serve as .no cause: for discourage \i .. Hisdcath is universally legrcticd. ."A j| The accounts. from Madrid state that,notwithf ..I the command supernatural of man., W9.

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J ,. .. An lecti n'.for Senators and Representatives On Thursday night last by the.Rev. Mr. Mad- 1
Cs.of 2d !l' ismes M. GoWd loa: print tI: I 161bMarch Funeral expenses ,or' Mrs. ,.
,. jLOvernber: 19,, 1844. to thel Legislative Council, took place ih this eore, Mr. ANTOKIO ANDREW" Miss 'SEVEBIKACApp : Ordlu.ncu&c. 862 00 Major .' If1 CO S S

ofh I Territory! ,o n Monday the 4th' Nov., Belowwe all ofthUCity 9th. lose J, Andrew, lailor. fur keepin' lanuary. 5I3alaiicin IbeTreaaqlY ISO 01.1 ,., l', .-
1.ritc3 and the people. the henry Coren 41 daJI aI 371 per day, 15' 37. 8th From Clerk or &h. Iarkec., for rent '
returns furSenalors the East-
I giro from I 10th Obadiah .stOddard; for fnueral u. or the SISILI. 115. :
0 *, '.' roa PRESIDENT, era fl istrict, as far as received.: The District is PASSENGERS. ponies or RI..Roberll; 8 00 15tb. From Clerk or the Market fur, rent' j$.'

J.KIMBS K. POLK comp od of ten, counties. The returns. from In the Seh.JJhoathanainwrightfrom New 15tb P. B. Damu. Clerk or Council t or the Stalls. 6 931. _
12th Dec. 18ft. 12 50 2d. FroDLCI.rk Marker for ,
of the
Quarter's
atftt .1.rl, ending rent :
the Couutles York Mrs. Marin Miss Marin, Miss Clark I..
'OF'TENNESSEE. of St. Johns., Dura. !,' Columbia, J5th. Andrea Pap. 1 Quartet'spay for of the Stall. 6931... :,
0 '
I"" 1 Afarion. Benton,and'Mosquito are complete.UuI1Eoreugh .- H. Ely and family, Messrs. Murphy, Kettell, cleaning Streets, 30 00 29th. From Clerk or the Mullet for rent rlStb

10I 1; '..''.''ma': ,.', VICE.PRESiDENT. ,a par of St. Lucia a part of Nassau and Merrill., H-rch. P.D. DDmu,Clerk of COdn.' or the Stalls, ,6 31& ;. S
.. cll!, I Quarter'lI salary. ending with 12th Sth Febru.ry. FromClerk or the Market, .. .
'G'ROJlGE'' 'M. 0 AI LAS. and,one precinct in Alachua. are yetlo be jest, J2 50 for rent ol tbi. Stilts. 1 3Jt .

.10 '1 11 ,O!,'J'ENN YL ANA. .- < heard from. 'I MARINE' JOURNAL 25tb. Andre. Papy. City Marshal l and 12th. From Clerk of, the Market lbr rent '. '
$ -om og sraABCITED.. .1lIG'lt ma Clerk ur Market, J Quarter' salary to of the Sta1b, .\ 5 621 -

the Sib March, 36 00 19th. From'Clerk'of the Market for. ,rent
I .cp. \ to mention in oar last that the auof I -' \ 1 ClnDia, the Marllek. 4 00. or the !illalla. 6 50 r

fiuloptfU>bad withdrew his communi. S.u-.: ,l. \\ Nov. 18 Sc-h. Jonathan Wainwright Lewis '-- 26lb. Flow desk flf the Mukh for rent '
'"
I S .; ..Q u :. Paid, $l8037 ofibeStal!". ; 6 i530tb _

,1.) ,. tr- = CI; ; -g 2 1 S. | I New 1'ork.left: BOth October-put into Charles. March. City Tree.urer' com. or 28th. From Dr.,C ppee. ." .. i5 .
t0Is -. S.f SCkfioo. 3> ca:: u Q 04CociTrEs. ton f repairs. 2' percent.o ,Iec)" ;.,' paid" 4 5J 4thMarob From ClAk.ot ib. Maiket '

i ''to '" : 13Otb. City Treunrer'r'coll. or 21 per fec rent of the biafli. 4 .60 .1- .
11.1;,*,' ,' St: Johns, 104 115 99 96 $157 149 149 149 1 'ceot 011 1218 25 received, 5 46 11th. From Clerk or the Market torrent ,
II-, &f '' J; .t DU' &' I. 206 204 184 131 146 10 150 115 57 PROPOSALS for carrying tho Mails of the Unt- S of the Stall.. :. \ 550 ,

.o't.' ... Col ntbi.. 220 271J 307 2(5 29 113 267 125100Marlon. : ) rein the Itt January, 1845. to' the Disbursed. $190 34i 18th. From Clerk of the Market fot: reel '.. ".. .,
104 103 111) 114 43 .42' .51 43 3 3Uth June 1847, OD thefollowitfg rosjtesln FLORIDA of the Stall", 606& '

., .... <'" Jf qnito. 31' 31 31 32 6 666 .will be received at the Contract office, of the 26th Mare Fro.n Clerk orthe Marbt 'i'.. .. '

'0 .' ',: LiU Atacbus 102 '104 90112117 95 143 l2-l Post Office Tepartmenv.' in the City of Washington I for rent of the St...... 4 8Jt

: .'.1' "" : Benton. 17 .. 5 II ,;o, 64 47 *62 55 until 9 o'clockP.. M. of the 2d day ef December. 30th. EromClerk, the CoonciI,1. .. \ ... ." .
1844, to be decided the 7th of the 9 License. I9'O0 .
by day same month. for Public Cart, :
$ ->""- -"* -, -
'"" ...-.::- .. ... 7:1'19 1 ? i- r I No. 3530. From Alligator to Haunt's'. ',> ..':. ,... -h. ., Ie IGReuill"Q4t" /
;;,,; .' k." 852 838750574" 049,8J7632'IGl FerrI;">>& ',.. ,.-- -_ '--a" .it ." 4- ., .eooo'. -
II: .. ... 0'jlnd- acIe.tf"] .) miles and back. sacs a week.L \ ",, 1 :" rorNnlePIIIAlley; "JOOO ,.. ::"' .
'
t. ... a.ft Alligator e-ery Morn)*T at 6 a m.attivest 2 II Trader. 2.00 j

1' 11g.I: (7 I n New York, the Whigs are looking for a Blount's Ferry amedaby7 p,m.. 1 for Comic'Sonp, & 1000 I
$W. Leave Blonnt's Ferry Tuesday at 6 .. -
nev name. They have assumed the title "A'. every a. m.; ": j' .5 ,
P
I arrive at Alligator same day by 7 : $268
'3" p. m. .. Aggrecateunonnt. 26it.
I .. S mer can Rtpublittrn"'and Gen. Scott ii announ. 3531. From Pilatka to ,Enterprize, (on the St. ., \., ',..' Deduct aouDt disbursed. 190344
.j I.. ." .. ced !las their Candidate in 1848. Johu's liver,) 125 mile. aDd back; once a week. i iu .. J

I. :1 iiJTOy:- --'- ..if I steamboats or packets. ; : ; 1.. Balance 1: 911 ..'

'j' \ Taking time by -forc.lock.. The Savan. !"p Leave Pilaika every Tuesday at 5 a. tn. ; arrive at : P'OR FUND. j' .
Enterprize next day by G. p. m. ; ,'. FIRST QU ART It. 1000C. :
;*!j nah Republican nominates Henry Clay for the :, Leave Euterprixe every Thursday at 6 a. m.arriveat '..:'S. ':' ,.', "" \ ', :.'"' '.0.',"'. .:' 1< list broary. DeDatioD from GeDerai', :

1. I idenfial; chair in 1848. and nails. itn colors to PiUtka neztd ay by 6 p. m. .. .. ..... -."IiItn-.;:. Worth. 1000 I

: "'f .. ': ,the I mast. Proposals fur service once in two weeks will be :. "".;,f."'-",' ,;;":.:' :.>, .': -, lit Quar"-r' : Foilditures. ....,."3 50 .

d- cOD.dered-ailo for once a month. f S : ".' .. .. ,
_ I Pj>lk' majority in New York U 0,170. 3532. -From Pilatka. by Orange Creek.'Fort Kisjg. : : Re.eiYed, )3 50' '

I Warm Spring, Fort Dade, and Fort Foster; Tain- o 1 1t#>., Deduct amount. ;aid. 10,00 S *.
pa, 155 miles and backonce a week. ; -
THE ACTUAL RESULT THUS FA R. '
Balance in Poor FanCJ. 3.51)'
x Leave Pilatka every Tuesday at 5 a.. 104 arrive at _
For Polk For Clay. Tampa next Friday by 7 m. submitted .
p. All of which. is respectfully by
Pen M 'Ivanift. 26' I Ohio, 23 Leave Tampa every Tuesday at 5 a.,. m., arrive' at P. B. DUMAS City Treasurer, j

Nevf.Hampshire, 6 Connecticut G Pilatka next Friday by 7 p. m. Examined and approved, Y. 'J. _
New York' 38 Rhode Island, 4 : 3533. From Wachhootie, by Emathla, Fort Ixard.HomoMassa '
,
Virginia, 17 Maryland, > 8 : ) Annutiliga, aud Chocochatie, tu Fort W.A.FORWARDMayor. : _

Georgia, 10 N 'Jersey, '7 'D de. 105.miles.. and back.once._ a week._ .. -_ .ta1
Leave Wacahootie every Monday at 6 a. m.: arriveat f
Carolina 11'
r tf,AdoJ':d&uunjsAdh4a 11 South 0 North Carolina, Fort Dade next Wednesday by 7 p. m. Dr. City Treasurer's Account for the 2d. Quarter, 1844. Cr. .

.. t I Leave Fort Dade every Thursday at 6 II. m.arriveat ,.' .1 I
: ..11I..11" THK KKCMFAX THEY LEE O0RS." 101 59From Wacahootie next Satruday by 7 p m. 'H April Impr .r-c.n..itutioa Sqr. $1&3 44] Balance in tbe'Treasury.1st 77, 9I| :t.

D a'fleatfd the Almighty lo git w tht 3534; From Augnsiine, by New Smyrna. St.Lueieaud l't. Ex p- nditnresof Contingent Fund 24 7iif I April. From Clerk of,the. Market S for "

I ,: VICTORY!!" .. [ the Philadelphia Enquirer.} Miami river to Key West. COO miles and 27th May.. Repairing Bridge' over San. reutof d!>>Stalls. 5561, .. J.
'jt.'i FEUDS .FRIENDS AND RELATIONS. s back Iwice'f.n oath, in steamboat or pockets.. chcz Cre'ek at Cunningham street "16 53 8tlu From Clerk of the Hal ket for.rent of 'f' .4j.
7$ j,:> FOLK AND DALLASAUE //'il Leave St-Auguutine on the lit and 15th of each 27th. Ploughing Constitution Fqnare, > 14 74 the Stalls, 4 &l| .: '.. :
PftESIIJENT'A O VICE BECONC1LUTION. month ; arrive at Key West in even days. 87th. James rrl;;,Gould, for one quarter's 15th, From Clerk of the Market. for rent "
'5, PRESIDENT;; It i ill surprising to notice from what trivial) Leave Key West on the 8th and 23d of each salary, as 'City Printer and for eura. of the Stalls, 7 311 S '-1' .
11::-\\b\\ ? :THE UNITED STATES FOil ,,' causes serious difficusties will sometimes arise.A month ; arrive at St Augustine in seven daya. wbrk. 2100' :22d. From Clerk, ( the Market" for refit of S. .0(

j THE NEXT FOUR YEARS. word, a jest,the hasty expression of the mo. 35-15. From Enterprize New thrna,30 milts 3d June. Antonio Alvarez, for' copies of iha Stalls. 737J I : ;
..
3 00 29th. From Clerk of the Market for lent "'
01. iitb crushed has instances broken the friendship ,and back once a week. Document .
to earth will ment in
rise many "
again 1 3d. Con. I 'of ths Stalls. 6 121 .
Leave Enterprize ev' Thursday 6 a m.; arriveat Andre Papy, planting grans tn \ J I
11it TU Bternal' Yearn of God are hers ; of'years, and been the first cause of a bit, New Si..yrnai>an'e day ry "y6 p m. stitution Square, 2 87 6th May. From Clerk of the' Market for '
ter, remorseless and 'undying feud. Alas lor '
Botrrorwounded writhes: in Pain, I Leave New Smyrna every Friday at 6 am ; arrive 24th. P.D. ..mlJlroron.qu.r.er..Ia.' rent of the Stilts, 1931 .t;
Anlldief poor human nature. The prejudices and passions at Enterprize ame daY by 6 p tn. ry as Clerk of the City Council. 12 50 13th. From Clerk of the_Market for reDt'
amid,her worshippers. of the heart, the selfishness and malevo- 3536.: From Newnamiville, by Casoville. to Cedar 24th. Antonio Alvarez for copies of Do of the Stalls, 5 50

%j special express which left Jacksonville ata' 1 lencc of men, are too often the sources, not on. Keys, 90 miles and back, once. a week, in steamboats cuments, 9 50 20th.' From Clerk( the, 'Market. torrent '-.....:

o'clock! ,p., m *we received the following let. I ly of unkindness and pain to others but of perpetual and two-horse coaches.: -- of the_ Stalls.: '7561. ....
253 38 27th. From Clerk of the Market for rent .
$
disquiet old unhappiness to themselves. Leave Newrunsville every Thursday at6 It m; Paid. .
let tlturing; us that we can raise! the glad note of 1 12 30th June. City Treasurer's commissionof I I of the Stalls, 9 25 ,'.
Cedar
There are in the world, too, iiidividuals who arrive at Keys next day by uoon. s 5 .
i Leave Cedar at 1 arriveat 2| per cent on $\.1)3 38. paid. 8 83434: June. From Clerk of the Market ror" '. .
VICTORY : : : \, appeal to take deliht in fomenting trouble in Keys every Friday p. m ; ..
mi ; of I rent of the Stalls, .8 12| ,
30th. Treasurer' ion
misunderstanding and Newransvilfo next day by 7 p .... City com ** 2J I ;.
increasing an widening .
'j" .5 JACKSONVILLE 10 93 10th June. From Clerk of the Hsrketfor "
:
r.h. per cent on $457$ 43$. received, | .. '
imparting additional rancour to difficulties be. .
of '
the Stalls 775
I IJ' NOTES ,--I( rent :;
,.. Monday o'clock P. M. tw "O friends. These hypocrites, for they can No proposal will be considered,nulcss it be aecoin.panid Disbursed, 832: 15117th. t'u.w Cleik of the Market for rent .-

.... p" 8it, ,- The Coon, it ours. \Ve have deserte'no better appellation generally profess by a guarantee, signed by one or more |I'. of the Stall, 8 061' ( :J :
- fe: a.-- N D--I Ia\ .i.be 8atl'emoly.-.uX OU&to adjuatlhe trouble..lo ref ,24th. From Clerk of the Market for rent S U,
't. G-i-.1 j 'pnnih1.-'prrsiiii.M ik. MUwM n ..** ..*,-vissThe .;,. '
.,
'-' I .... ,
the e( $ .fl.- 725
soIC restore confidence and reconcile the feel S. --1.
Ei4tk,: uTfrom 0 lo7000. IcnnyIvunie., undersigned guaranties that if his -
ings of the excited. They,however at the sametimp bid for carrying the mail from to be accept. "" 5-. 3Uih. From Clerk of the Council, "\ .
Oio7pOG. Virginia,a bout 5000. Georgia ma.remembered. I 1 Licea..for Public I'art, 6 <*)C) I _
contrive artful ad into .
by an word or a halt ed by the Pontmastet General, shall enter au obligation >> ; '
) jiu1.1! New Hampshire, byIrLsrcase4rnajority milled jnsmuation. to embitter and infuriate prior to the 15th day of February next with 5'' ,:: I : I 24"5 "' to Re Liquor, 7000' -. I
Traders ,229 DO
5- to ,
perhaps 10000. Indiana both parties, and thus convert into little better good and sut&cieul suret ell lo perform the aenieepropo.t I ,2 for Billiard Tables, 40.00' '

b claimed by both.. I, fear it has less than fiends! individuals who a few yeans or per.. d.1t1"his I '
gone by '. I
should be certificate .f .
4.Is. 'few months before would have beni accompanied by it-e a : ; o'
haps 8 not : / '
that .. \Arrrerate; amount f5lS 354 ir t
) 100 for Clay ; But the matter i is final. Postmaster, or other equivalent testimony that the \ .5- .
:"
.
tated make sacrifice for the assistance of
to
any : Deduct amount disbursed 373 151 .r
of able tolnake : .
fctetiled. Polk Presideut for the ( guarantors are men property pod ,
next > "
our '
other. It '
each Mmoreover, a perversi. '
strange their '. .. ,,
yat',>';? Yours in baste. I ty i in many minds to bo unwilling to ackn wl. good proposal giiaraistv.The should be sent ta the Department ..,..' .. i.'.; '". ,.'...S ,...:,... j' ""..,.:'J,. :.'':.. : S' Balance I' $1.220.1 S is'r ii i

Another letter zsys.UComp1eo: and entire edge an error or repair a wrong. They are sealed endorsed"Proposals f.r Root No. -," S. :, "; : ,5 ,, \_ _ _. _ w,
naturally and dogged and, by some and addressed tc the First Assistaat& Postmaster Gen '
Victory is burs-Nrw York has given preverse S t-if) J.'> :" "
us a majority .
6 strange process of reasoning, endeavor to convince eral. _, POlt ?UND. ., 1 SECOND QUARTER. 1844. '
ci.. ofhear 0000. Louisiana is also our ." themselves that they are acting< under the For the prohibition ef bUs. resulting from C'lrabi- ',

,$ili.f Weight runs far nhead of his ticket' influence of, principle and honor, when in fuel nations, and the terms and conditions on thich the .1st-April, DaJ anoe in the Fund; 3 50 _
r. nrei different motives.- contract is to. be made, see the last annual advertise p. .. Fines, 9 00 ; "
Ilk! BiajWity will reach ip or 20,000. they governed by very i .t/
.ru ** Bessf4! are the peacemakers tIt How often ment. -. t
''Tim POST Orrtcx DxrARTMKRT fa the Fund. .$ 12 "
rooster* are not all dead 50Alluf .
yeW benevolent friend who is di- '
may u truly one .
<< 5/
Ita 3d ktober.1844.
; fJtrelJujiuch! good bumbr that we are plea. posed to do what right without any; malignant C. A.> WICKLIFFE. \t 5' .'". ;i

ed tc(grant aa amnesty to our friends of the motiveone who eally wishes well tu all about rostaMfbr 6e*er (. .. it
60Ic KetitL him.and]1'.0 mankind at large, step in, and by Oct. 4th. 1. 4f. 4 which is respectfully. submitted, by > T; ; '

--r'_ during, our good will and pleasure. the exercise ot prudence, moderation and for. -, -- ____. P.. B, DUMAS, City Treasurer. .. ;'; 'S,
'
bearance, leconcile a difficulty. How truly Public Notice. Examined ar.d approved .- y of :.
_ -ar Territorial. El c1lon. -
W. A. FORWARD t' -
'
Mayor.fEEW :
sb"' philanthropic is the spirit wfijch animates such IS HEREBY GIVEN to all per. > .
11 (polijical: complexion: of our next Terri. mind How much better thus to'beat l and ad. INFORMATION Deputy Surveyors will been L- 0"-'" -. ", ,, .

oria.jlAgwJature! it to ..impossible .to tell. In just than by a contrary' course, to irritate and gaged( << from Ibis time forward until comptetnd, in the AND FA5IIIOIAflLJ '. ;S'

I1 t l19rl4l'Jho! ; .Senators elected, are oneDe.irat perplexl>> 11! ,The work of reconciliation js truly survey of that portion of the peninsula of Florida S 1
especially designated on a.Diagram deposited with .
Christian It Is calculated to bring to "
a.of end three, Whigs. To the lower ; many a troubled breast,.to sooth and give peace balm the keeper of the Public Archive. at St. Augustine, FALL AND WINTER. G.O 0 D S. : '.

as .Iio e .. far: as beard from, three ,Democrats to an agitated mind and wounded: heartto to wit : Diltricl" A. and B.. Ijisjg between Tampa 'b' > :.j .'. ,H'b +
many
'a Dd two1''Wbigs. We Bay ard: Fort King. District's C. arid D (a part of S
-Its' understand Mr. Sanchez convert hatred into love harshness into kind. :
:
t which is a resnrvey.Sbetwecn iheSnwar.ne and With. ( mvm _.
tr lntcws( to contest Jlhe seat of Mr. Child. ness, and to make us. by reflection on the past lacoochee river's., District) E. on the head waters of Q ,i. :'

,E.& Io the Middle District the whole Demo. ashamed of our moments of petulance and pas. the St.: John's river between the bases parallels C. 1.'.
1. era lie,Senatorial.Ticket u carried. And lion; and anxious avoid such errors and' im. D. and E.:: F. Districts F. and G., bordering upon the HA VF. jnpt received at the New and Fashionable V riety Store, direct from 'New.York1,'-per Seh. :
a ma- MARIA M. KLUTTS. a..80rlment"uf New and Fashionable DRY GOODS :q
oe; tho perfections for the future. Atlantic: coa Indian Rivtr, St Lticie Sound.Jupiter splendid adapted + .
Jor.ttyj. Representatives in this District lulet, Hiibborougb;; River New River and Key Bis- to the prejient! and comme Season; aLean' exten'ive asso'riine'nt! 'of Crockery. Glass and China Ware, .. -,
a. elected. .Democratic., CI'DIJ--aod extending from Townships 33: of the Hajul\vare and Cordage; Tin. Itritu&i/ and Wooden Ware : Books and Sunonary ; Hats and Caps; a .' "

.- %: i For Tuckapan, via. Key West. %' present surveys South to Cape Florida-bein a
I.U.., I. I Good-first rate.' THE tal snilinf Sch. JONATHAN WAIN. i tatice of about 120 miles along the coa t. and \Vet- Confectionary and a beautiful assortment of Jewelry eorupriring one of the most complete and extensive :

: Onalarday$ last, when tho first gun came, LEWIS, Blaster. For freight or ward abont Id: miles from the said Coast. District assortment of GOODS ever dffered in thirehy to which the attention of their friends, and :tba public 11" .

.boohiDgb j niail passage, abply to. H. on the Mosquito Lagoon and Atlantic coast xten genenliy. are respectfully invited. Tliay take this opportunity to eipress Ibeir thanks to'th > public for 0 -
the whigs were exceedingly I 0. E. CARR & CO. ding from Township 12 to Township 17.of the recent the liberal patronage which has been hestimed upon thttn foi the year past and hope by-constant atten .
..to..Dbearted-onc? we are informed could'nt November surveys lion to the wants of the commmrity to merit continuance of the tame. Tbe'following comprises s portion w .' '

'*! bb' bieakfast another had to!quit work,'and I IVoliec.' All persons.having Grants confirmed by the Supreme of irn leading articles wbicli are coostmtly kept on band,,.viz:- 1, a "!

C.C.. a 1hJrf! otter reaching, home with the newspa. my absence Mr. Henry W. Grove. Cour forty acts of Congress, and Certified CLOTHES AND CASSIMERP.S. SHAWLS. J.
flURIG .
and by the Keeper of the Public Archives or Claims coo French and Red TiT5. _ _
JJa
rI as my Agent Attorney Fashionable Fall.and Winter Eugluli: An extensive assort ment,such as inJ. t
dow 'to read them and while he .
*t
was I MARTHA P. BARTLETT. firmed by the Superior Court and duly aUlb nti('.. Am.. caa Bro d Cli>:h., and Cassimeres every variety. Wool Mainline de Inline KabIaoo,1-laid.( ; both '
0.: I"" 'an itnpertinoot cock strutted by.inS November 19. 1644. ted with the seal thereof and Certificate ef the Judge ..rotor for gentlemen's Coats 'and'Pants :a b an. Urge and am ill, a very good alllortm8nt.! .. I' c '

.aaW$dous majesty and chanted his shrill noteS appended tbeieto aDd Head rights or' Settlements, tiful BMOituteut of vesting, such as plain and figured S RIBBONS. t'.a ) j
of Notice.: and every other claw of Claimant, in any ofthea- Siik: and Satin: Mar- illes,arid VaUtucb: of the most A splendid assortment of1'Itest style 80''IMU..Tar. --I
Eikmph ID the immediate presence of the hove districts, ate hereby notified the t'the evidence and of the best fta aid Satin Ribbons of. of '
t S hereby given -to all concerned or inte* recent style qualities. consisting every vanetr ..
'ICS i'xIo4s whig.. This enraged him that he or. I retedj&n the EKta'e of persons Miguel Papy. late of :h'. oftitJe must be furnished to the Surveyor General or CLOTHING.A color and style. ; also a fine assortment of colored .

0 '4rethe unfortunate rooster to be instantly John's Co IItf. deceased as creditors, heirs or Ie; the Deputy who is appointed to Survey the District full assortment of ready nada Clothing of the Fast Silk Brades. Gimp Silk Cord: Ac. ;
exhibit their cUira. in which the claim ia li'Ualpd..in order that the latest style and best material snrh M Ires, sack and STAPLE AND FANCY GOO) 8. j
I to j against the said Estate
1 ; idecsptatfd| -and it.was 'done gatees. daiies off och claim may be Surveyed and boua.1 '
within twoyears) or the same will be forever barred i Over-coats, Jackets.Pants and Vests, Linen and Cot. An lleJau; UJOrtmelii of C-ishmien, C eb de Ee I
,
'U. r It is of the uliro.t importance that ali maun Shirts. Collars Silk and Cotton Drawers a beau de Eeoas 'de !.aIM-and Monnlin
]WELLD&iEt' and all person indebted to raid Estate are requested Ion ; owe Crape Krape f
- '1, OLD ALACHUAV! to make: immediaie to the subscriber. genti of Private claims should point out and identify I tiful article<>/* Suiipendeu! Scarf', Neck Ti'.!s. Hand de Laineuew and beautifnl f .for Ladies* Dre.... :
4 OLD Alacbua. before she was'gerrymanderlalaod i payment G. N. PAPY. Administrator. them in.proper time otherwise; the Deputies will pro. kerchief.and Cravats white and brown Unnuu. [Sri!. e.: alan Black and Catered Alpssss and Blue Black ;" :
ceed with the Surveyor the Country as public land. Ganibroon for Pants. Beaver and Pilot Bomb4zinei of finest ';
cut to pieces was Democratic to the core October= I 15' 8 Sing and ; > the very quality ; E g'.h. and
V., Y, CONWAY. Surveyor Geu'I.Officeof '
a Clotb. (or OveroCoatn. French Maiinoes 1rints; 'a Splendid aisortmeats : -
-n.. tnd the, vole at the recent election shows that Auction' and Commission Store. the Surveyor General!, tSi. Gentlemen and Ladies hem bitched and plain Linen French, English and American Prints sad Ginghhtns, ,

lirth "Vbt-VtrtrfloT her is true as steel. Benton apart AAiE: KEOGH. licensed Auctioneer for the Angu tine., lit Nov. 1844. { Cambric Handkerchief ol beautiful quality Liu the most recent Styles. I ..
_
J Novembers eo Cambric; extensive assortment .f Silk and Cot.. Silk bltck and blue black' (.aperb quality : aUo
a4rbld Alachua has still retained her first city and County of St. Johns would infarmthe t .
The St. Augustine News. Plant ofjackunnville
Tropical ,
.
that he will the Itt of ton Pocket Hall kerebief. A fine assortment! of Plaid and Striped Silk of latest style far. dresses ;
do ,'love,' lad in the Counties which composedvOldAltcbca open'a public St4ra for the transaction on of day AUCTION Novftmoer and; and Light of tile Reef, at K"Ve.t., will White Goods and Muslins, such as Bishop Lmn, al.. Bannett Silks ia' great' rarietr. Brown and
plea'.e publish the above for 6 months and forward. Sorcanett and J coal It Mu'lina and Cambric. B'okand bleached and Cot ..
the Democratic Ticket was carried. COMMISSION BUSINESS in the city of St. Augustine Skirtings Sheetings ; Drilling ;
him tbeir accounts for paY! tfilt. Swiss &Iudiu..Tawern Black.'and: colored Craj>e. too and Linen Orsoaburgs ; Cotton Flannels;(linen '
it i the
occupied
if building ,
.Old JAJftchai never a whig vote and nev cow by near
gave Center* wharf. Thone having of description Ferris in property Estate
any
a 4 ier\.n\ ( jo dispow of at Auction or on Commis. oC.Beni.y dec. and plaiu ; Plain Bar and Striped Muslins! Ac. Cambrics, Burlaps and Dowla.Canvas and Pad _
a' ,. ann date I shall apply to the LACES AND EDGINGS. ding Negro Cloth fine assortment of Silk and
SIX : ; a
j. invited to him
aioa consign to and .
respectfully
____ '. I I Temperance Society. ,be are assured that bis best attention will be givento of the County Court of St. Johns county I A great variety Cambric, Liste. Thread. Cotton Tabby Velvet, Grass Linen. Silk and Worsted : .

A meeting of the St. Augustine Wash to may thtj transaction of this species of business. Auction for a final discharge aa Administratrix of said estate and Linen Edgings..ln.r n"nd Lieu, of the nv>st orle.a great variety of cjarse and fine Iri-h Lioenn.Carpetin .. a

_ II t 5, ftko Temperance Societv. will be held in' thePrwbytenan tewill be held on th-second Monday of everymonI. of which all concerned will take due notice. rec pt stJIe and beautiful I qnaliti**. *. 4 4 and,6." iWauin,. Oil C b.Thiiet I,
evening ) No will be charged. HESTER STRONG Adm. GLOVES AND HOSIERY. 0Y8t1.Tabl" Lin1 ,Cou aand Linen Diaper. Plaids .; 3 I! Tand
: Thursday
Church on storesge 17th Id.aC.'VLILIJiU '' _ _
Aug. ; ,
S A complete lineal of Glov and Hosiery; con Cheek. tnkien.. Toweling, T"aekin',. Fartio: S
j I :next all' half o'clock when an ad. RtrtaiKCKs.- John Drysdale. EMJ Attorney atLawIThitpi. ,
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- l District John I siting ef every vuieiyof kinds. Colon and yiahiy to Rn- Wick and Wedding Worsted Green White .
Douglas. Aitorney;
Mitchel
\*1, ,:,dffst Esq. Tbo will public be delivered are respWtfully by C'M.invited to Beard.' U> S. Marshal, &; Gen. R. Fairbanks, Clerk' IV. LOKIXG which the*attend-to of purchasers ire particularly: diI:and.- Ktd: FfanneU. < ., \.

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7T ttfJ'Dai oiit-Ultra-Univerkilisni." = lIy .. v. IvN'IfrPJ'RISp snVl.KALnUNDliLD NrIqj'ii: !f .
F. S.WELLUR 4.C(1. pwi'Vyy' an : UJOnets
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fret' IN RELATION TO THE MARKETS*' .1 .J3iounreto: : the inhabitants, of Si. Augustine! :aol 1''I JLJ A.\yil, i 7n,4IcClufe' 'oiirtji., I>Jitipn 1 enlarged., 'VH.Cl\If.84f't''JI\V and: 1/sefnT. :nt\v' 31! present! C aI1l9n. fly iithtitans_ fL :U 1
I ecr t. tie it ordained by the Mayor and,Aldermen thai hve opened a..lhugand medicine 'appea'ranco of a .,iiheditiontfth! ftc-- iii'ctIre or p.iiWrcatib'ii'ON'sTnE CH&AJ,PLANJEnch f rum the f: .fteclIl LoOd.)8 F.dili,9u .Jiwei f'etiIarged _
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its they
";_ If! tnaCity'pf Su A gotinethat' uo'pen on or per* vicinity ttore.in citynearMesrs: Cart .&. cya.estaMishment. -; tures id a niilterufhi: : ': tisctioui1mn1ai wo doubt .' volume will TCor uin .150 pages, nnd.nnwards. ,._Hhli! tlic'sddriipii'-cT$ .ibe_ most riced sin'1LI4tics )

f fl' sbajl jell or Offer raIdinthth, Cityafaylice | ariJ tlutt they Lane,on,hand geueml as not It will to1 tturChtii1tr1h'4pnb'nbey.' .'are'the and can forwarded ,by nt.ait} to 'any pariofjio| HStates. ; relative toThe Vilijiron? secto in'ibe Ui1Pr-
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l: I :. dthettba the Market, the fre.-h of meat'of any eoitinent of Urll '. Medicines. Perfume'y SiC. ;. 1'production' of a milld.tlt.r._ nl., jirinhiiiali' g. and Plica. in ,jpaper covers, '2T'centsf"b'qnnd in States! by the>i'Am'nercIn Edi'or. Secohd3e5if -
brone ether kind >; a.
'r: : ;- itf.Goat, 1I"'er' Sheep first rale in, ; They beg 1 leave'la assnreuhe-public/b.U ,jhc.r_!tocl ,IQgic9l&fte4jts! a kircn reception of 1 1m. ,In dierouv boards 37 12 cents,'in {cloth'an boAUtlli
:1 same hasjbeeu exposed of kaiife'.'' The author is eviduntly -- ce II\'. t 50 celli. '
off.ods i.-rr.u been'sclecied.with! great-care I I.t-"i verI powers :: ? .
I 't MI Marital for tbe sptttie'cP OiiB 11ou'randiW'por. York aud ,.will be iMwut ?of liis subject', anil'grapples it'.tvr'itbperfect JAMES MQWATT & CO, PuLnbers.l74. i BroacI- 'J liE, LITTLrfRQBINSdN' OKrARI" iiT
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:: oi4ietort. shall sell or offer (br sale of'such.Tjst in the city iuiUmly; r
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any
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dr th&mbthtf* ''p1eni.tled ;lI\ |lllilWu, .hike I piVwbp{ w.couCdent, Lfi I.,the way, ; arrangements Jndtistry's Tri'i in phA'LaiIbr'yenllg Trn tbtecl .
a
: in either October April MayJane in .each; and, >, The attention planters.and seltlprs; i". Ap'lt. power. f truth and his own resonrces'wlth!' nothingof for publishing, during the',prej spring and summer frpui French cf Madame Eugeuie Foil, bri.ncT

; ; J.'ilyfAiiast. ft'ttie Septemberor aatrev8h'all hare been.. 'sianhr fully invited to thia establihmenl.which.it 1 i ispresam- the reserved and timidity betrayed by many 'controvr5alTin .'months,; several. :hundred volunies of New aid I4arid on. Copyrigl .'WJtb>iTeD.iavin ii.,_One o?,
.j weryj,at rVvTi6Tre>(o battTe'Un' e a free"retreat Useful Books, In the varlo'is'deplr'mehffl' ltr.- tfta most interesting 'siOTTW .
t' tred since five o'cbck in afiernoorrofthe' ed they nil! find a matter of convenience and aJvauuge. s eTeT Wrffteifor ike
ut preceding thuf. rbich. itlbreuIitintothe.day '. !1.'S ,-f ., > '. be open to them in.case bfjeniergency'. ,We firmly cine. Histo'ry, Educatich, Belt!". .Let' !jPceiy'and' yoiug 1I dooevizig 'be ful rn41! Jf if'CCDIs.
r upon .
t. Jllarket : On hand- varietyotthe.vthnderl.t patent; J1edi.chic. believe (hat no'ruun hits over followed him .in bi delineatloui Romance b) the best writers. This wall.ul1..nes. -' _
I Vind .. which ihe following. and lieconib a lihivelrsatist 'tffTerwards.- tionably form the most interesting library of Books t'j:
t E! .', brongfilrfiu>lh9ny animal-aforesaid: ; ,,* or mong are .i j ; ,, i iJl
:! **" '* e market chall be brought Le .', Tills Godfrey C iirtikal|I'd; ". Boston Her order. ,ever published in t iis country j?'in4 toe very small stractloifflln tHTTV : nnriTT nml in u lujfuj

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:!. -t the Clerk of the Market; an.1 .the: Head BritrihOil. Tfiompson eye Water the lifeblood.'lhie! iVctu'res- are emarktbty'fell.- as issued, a very largo .and radiJ sale. They 'would Price 12 MctiiUL ,,. ., 1 h .

of every Hog, arid t/ie/ nn.1reuIVf1Mikti.% and IHrlaeniOiU ..OpodeldodJSwtytma .' : .', :' I sustained throughout ;the language b dir cl, racy .call the. attention b theMODERNS'1ANiMRD_ TllE LADIES WORK BokcbllPAm ON- "

l' ; .-. '. la.dof. every"otfiey _htr aiorefaiifahal' remain Swaim'sPanacsa, ". ;syrup of, wild I idiomatic, and pointed. Not one mind in_a,hundred DRAMA, Containing instruction in all kind of canvass .wi2
,I 3 k ;' ctpojei( Burins Market hours : and tft-'vehrlar"itbr.vnerUaJI I Hay's Lmiment.BrandretV .Cherry. ; ) I could have produced just. such a wort.-Portland. ., : .I/IBRAKT EDITION, 7EDITKD with thirty.neW-amh % eri ja rna '
r. pay'to 1 the Ciferk of 'tie! 3f4iktI'ity Pill, 'Mormon's Pills, J. Chtfstf4rMitror -' ; '--' BY EfES SERGEANT, This contains all the found 10 "It .-,

I cents fbr each Beef Fhiry-, veCI ."nd R half cents I Turlington's Balsam. l\t linn's Elixer of'o- This ,\(*k M orjejof the keenest and most logical Containing a selection' the best PlaJs of Modern expen-h'o London, 'tum.ett ed, eDlilffll + :

I fr ect .Cate t'lfo\ulPrw\ nlt.fiveoent for.:achIi Ilenry'ncahined Ma*. pium tapiie upon Uriiversalitrn." .' M jever issued,from the Authors, 'idj. Explanatory.I Notes l n1.0bs rvar.illn8. .! Berlin \V .belt oJj .,- 'Iri

I '. iioator Sheep._. ,1 nesia. genuine.TT New ,England'pre M," ,Ve ,donbti, whether,: work Costumes( ctiaracrcr-nnd'St.ice' Directions ; tn be the works .. ,Fje. the .\meric.aa.
; '-. Sqc;. 1. 'nJ1i "r t"t" >n or persons who shjt f "sell : Dr. Well.-r will give hi* personal. attention 'to was ever pnblUhed in this country, vhich has been a coirfplctcd in ,50! woe'kly nuniber. /, at 12! 1-2 cents edition 12 l1f ( Ie,
S 1. fir offer% for sale,a n,tainted*;i nound.Or't.r' .Myat;. the dNpensing ntedic'mes. sourcof so much mortificalion/and inextricable nn- each.. "' : Til; E : t1I : o tile Eli.I -

: : 1'ovv I..Flab,or Turtle/any.Aia\ bt<:'n tiWKoI"sdmeJ'ruit ,: St. Augu-tine,! : Nov. 27th Ie43.Superior easiness to the Univerialists.ns'these,.e l.ures-.,. ,Weadvise. I The erie,,.-.\vHl!; -composed. principally of.Fn b queue of 1Ja.nl1I. ,, ur "(,ilI _-

J i ;'yp;elableor. oiher"art'clet'f'provilon.l alter .those, 4vho have nut read.them to. avail ;Uiem"jyeiof -.' modern dramas 'of celebrity asin, eon eqacllte. of I favoritewhere cOlllIO"H} 'D ,ed '8 :
'I ?' 'I'VI* tin warned by.tb "C4rk tof ih4 Market' : Court-UJtri.&. of ,E. ,liQ first oppflrtuniiy- -.'* Jcrnld.Th9 iesrkJti"pirs?: :copyright! ,hf"Ei>glan i .i'Jl, \ K < to ofTeff-attell! the said-: CleVt hall! lorthwuh call 1 TnoRTDA. > present1 edition, wliieh is the .fourth, u pub. : in any colledtTon 'specimens of tte dancing i il' prac. "12 1.2 ent.-

'I' TiocniJ5n) 'Q1XAmiufllhe JltfD'wi t1'bim, and ac'i. chancery; -- lished. Buy.it iid road it1< and if yoir.have a.Unij British drama. 'The dramatic w/.d' aiJi;' of Talfon !- THE I hU'f.S.r' : '91.DEli"'

} <: irdirig to'their judgment shat allow the sale'thereoff Laura M< E. C.r.vPlInb l ) her versaltst neighbor,leitd rl t tp him; You\vlll1i find, if he' id.Croly,Sheil.'MattlrinVBalwer.Tdbrn; nowIp?, ANDdery ttW+' ,.' emb", ,,

> p'foccuil.'ar cause theln9 to betaken away, neat friend John R.-Evertson, I I is a candid man, that fw will be snfpri-cd at .Um folly; Aforjoh' D'lslrneli. Leigh! Hunt. Sllin, 'n.JerrclJ'nnJoUi'Vs on silk, velvj : t !' -, .. & .'ID4--: '..

-S itrirtJipr'oTfiervisedestroyed ut the'::expense"ofthe .Complainant. I I and iucon4st.'iicy.of i his own, docuiue.,-/".. ; certainly'I' Qeuthat deg'ee, interest.' .iJi.it j In 8'rll'lue. w. '. pap

'1 .,',vnet. I & ."' I "fq. Ij) On I b II for relief' Fer sale by r 110 well' I lected'iibrary.sLoulu! be niihou' them ; and terns. lJedicl'dt !, id Ired II 1
:cfc li; Tbat n( .person or "prr"on* .1i.iU!( sell or Peter Sken Smith.. Theodore D. j I G. BURT, & Co.. yet few of these works Lave oer Le'en presehted lo an American I t

r. lIfcr: r"r Jale'any,kin of ma-it, d ltd fovtutaIne.; Guy, Seymour Halliday, de. I March nth 1844. 'i the. American public! i rri shape. suitable f r'pr (va' "' THE J.\fY'S: 'IIt1'ItL' > IE TO!. ;

1 tthrikt; 'uut&t rireit3Inueie dllll iki ; fendints. .tf /! j LIT -hiquicl'- 1'eiiiiy better than :i **nv \ LETTEs or the art ( xu'alofF w '
i ,, .t which time the Ma.ket, f elI JbtJ be''oiJ'.' APPEARING to the satisfaction of the Conrt II proposed in 'thfi pfcent 5erie to 'rcniSdv this' .ion and Heallh-.ccntainii-g receipt* of all safe and
: ,'t1t'ihaI b tIIlHl'uYfiJn'eTlerk'' uf'the .ftlpiv Sliilliiig.9'lF. : salutary cogmcuca. lztot i.s -
I e J.ptlt'b Pelvr Sk -n Smith one of the defend.-int deficiency. 'Ery number will con-'st of an entire depi wa hev PQV e"
; Market t to otrunerce.every morning the. opening'Of ahscent from !Territory, and that he residin in V. : SUOdCKI BElt b villg jn>t returned with a drama, of a character to please! in the clot as welj 'pin.tmeilts. &c. fihvaltsaIJ'etk i. 'e't taiy 'A

I 1'10 Mar et by ringing a Dell ;,tie KlnllexanniietboNoi o'neol the United Slates and Theodore. U. Guy,another cumpltt ..lJfJd beaiiiifu/ ai"ortmeni of springand as on the !stage, anti uccoiiipatiied i by introductory who would ineiea'etorf i'rp.* ne..1Jr-A ptrsoatfciurms.

.;, i trtsSjiid-.Measure*, settle all dispute ariingontorth \ of l said Defendant, airo l resides out of this suinnierflry gnn.isfancy'articVahiladIe3 ftto :-'-, rematks. lii.Murical and critical. Price 12 1.2 cents. The nsoa, ril aiL

t,., faoe : and see that the Laws of tbe'Market* 'J'erriioiy.nnd' in onoiher of the' United Statec-and ioD4/ *boteu. i> now opening the 'fuWovvjng( :-<-" "'he ttta.c'niarks' and 'directiorrs, including a.deociiption ,niadet- pen|m4cal agents. For safcvt 1tjgaif .

';) t t.<> duly observed ; tie shall t! attend to' the Cleanliness on motion of' the complainants solicitors his ordered, ferlUl1 guzoU-Jzaruizes and bar ge' I i of the co*tomes of the Character, will be office. i ', : -

; ;o : if tnJiiirk. | ; shall diligently, collect alt!! moneys that the said Peter Skin Smith and Theodore B. Dalzariel"" and Iashii9uaUe striped ui :liu'. ; given ; S.ut ,in no in'stucewihl. there be a departurefrom \ ; 't inHi

: II' \, 4i.i4nuo(4kaCty.uit.zJLis..OidLuance, GeyJ's "ltpUair and Hn \Ver.. plead .or demur.to the (hutf..n calicos: Iancy (Ir t ls And chintz t i the text of the >Tlle-Iefles wlllihus not JTW\&CO. have i ii: ceurse 0 .
i \; u id shall pay over the! same to the City Treasurer, at bill of complainant filed in this cau lIe--,within fire !.Welsh nil.1 Paris: : at lificial dowers' entiie new' sty/i only be serviceable! the actor} but satisfactory to cation'aVlmpbrlfmjSincatinnuIplau. SiEoaj&jhe

., 'A, I.! itt once a U4ek t''tllt'ti"lf'tecord 'ill.a book, kept mnn'.iis! fioii Ihe publication of this ordei. or that the Gauze, F&fiett, Satin and crape' ribbons ; t the general reader. ? -r f- jJ**" /:. 4"t TIer
i \ 1'ir the purp-ue. the .description, color and spot of Maid bill pro confeR-o be .taken gint theta; audit'is Ladies b'.p, FiWefe kid and ;iIk / ve.to nel mitts.;' The typography of the series will he new", !Jar c 4. :: N yy READY .:, .4: '4

: 1 t. I L'16 hilio, skin and head of each ,ammal slinglitercd. ",'vrdcrtd; that Il.iee.'prthis order'' a 'copy Swi st ac9nP.t,.C.tubric. and! |>f.iid iiiU.-/in- ; and uniform ; and every number Tcmpr'ae? 'a. dnlincl ,-divuzs': .: Lcu.ii } i5T;!-4 I
\ .. v.'iththe marks auf brands thereon end the Clerk i>f thereof be published four months consecutively according C 4 Organdi M..u/rn: bnbbiuet and thn/e lace ; aud entire work in itsr-lf., ANDURHETORICALiUKADER. : AND Rtctr I'I

i 10 t IC MI el j"uI'KDW .Md-1t..i..leI.tlpledt'. let thpr.. .f-Ui. ututoio.uchcaesmade Black fl//ete net fur vei/; Toilet powder; JUST PUBLISHED : .. TION BUOKi' *:; ", ,.. 'Iish-

C y. .'7 PSf'V usuler.hajIireciion' whd employed in _and royided. 4-4lrisbhiden4. ; Bird eye line and cotton diapers;. ntalnjog; the ouly'esscntalTpincrp1esoI p
: \, the discharge of dUIyi ,' .4' 1 ? 1 : ; 1 1I.8RONSON.Jlldge&e. Damask lu -/.: c/otbs. Napkuisund Doy/et; : No I.-The QJCVINC ROOM LIBRARY.- f ion., .v4thti'new1ed1fon' TorreSa if1'ha)' .t hu _
\ SeCuG. ThattrTe} T7Ierk of the .Market'or other Gras and hem ptich ( camb. HdkA Edited'by Epes Saneant.TIIE ; pTeCe ialu
; I ,. ,p riiinwho May 7 '1841.f '. //skitI* ; p/ain men ; declanuiatiou--deiigned! for' the use or'sch ol.IDeIi ,
:' may ",,Iste,- uedect; or'refuse comply 11K: foliowigarden ..teed were'Ihi.. Fancy feather and (;per(taiis ; silk parasu/s ; LIGHT OF THE LIGIIT-HOUSF, AND colleges. by James .Sheridau Kuowtes 'abtNt '
day re 10
t ( with any-requirement" tUi Ordinance. ab lJ.fol fell 1' Son IIb1CIP.JI. ;pocket hdkfs ; suspenders ; '. OTHER POEMS. I J "
I ceiv( d froi. the Shakers /nd will bo aoW at I Viigibins, Willhm TtlU'&c.odai .. Aliarediud I ccier
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\ '. ["Q''sum of Fire, dollars for e-ch oflence, one ball Fancy si1ibawIs! hdkf, envois; ; -
I Now for the first ( collected! '
half price by SI. II. TUCKER. toe by Epes Sargeant. Jlled to the.pnrJlo es 7f riisUacUen in ihe United ;
: t j nereof. to the complainant i ; tho other half to the c\v\ 4 4 Eri/stoo: OJk.and CoZ'd. Ginghams ; I
with illustrative
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White Onion. White\ Celory. an engraving on. steel. de i;ued by by Epe Sargeaiit; 3'24pagc* ; price 50 ci,.
1\i 1 in he recovered with cosufrom .the, delinquent or I BIk and C /d. gimp :,Marseilles. aEd silk vestings, J. G. -
Chapman.I'rosyectus lentct
Onion Vnuch .
Sets York hflu.ndln being "pe -
Early Cbbage.Earl thiaWasijiimi.
) of the 'before the' M.or the o
deliriquent, in Brown hoandong cloths homespuns ;
titter ilk 1
Room Li'lnary. lar work
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O C.urot ) Snga"ILosf do. of Drawing now piiblisbed in i.he4Einned .Afi
range
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.: naiiie: of this Cilf.., B/k. white. slate and mill hosiery. En-fish and .
; Round Spinnage, Vegetable Oyster.Winter The werks i included i in thi-i 's3riM will be either Inched to_the :woik will 4be feund the opioionsifL .
4. ; !
all
That
_ i :ee: 7. Ordinances, or part 'n Ordinan- American.:
1 Early Cucumber, I Drumhead tCahhige original or such as are not to be procured 'at { Antholl' L: L D i, Jun. '\Vf-, Pre'l OiUoa.I
I : ,} ''I e'repugneRtt this i Ordinuice'be. .. : and the. t aine. are Georgia Nankeens ; ,brown do mask for ta1e cloths; except G'tliau .1
i Extra Long do. prices in other There i ia C V'erplanck, in regard toiis'rnerita i '
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catravagnnt any shnpe. _
.I tr&y repealed.Passed \ : 4-4 5-4 aiid (I.4 Co/nl. and white India luutting;
I iu Council l the rim d'ay August, 1814. Winter crook neck l large Tomato, Cotton andni/k nmbe//as nil kiIjJ4 stuffs ; class nl productions, both in pro- and verse, which I i"1"" .
; pantJ 1
\ Squash, S I Early Fiaihe Peis- may be callad felicities of literatuie, but which never Any nevT-rpaper in-ertingtnMadVerti!;; !ernfnt ;rtn'in
; ; .I'V., A. FORWARD, Mayor:, Linen Dri//- d'ambroons ; Drap D'aega'z ;
.Sweft Potato do. k Arge .Marrowfat, find their way to the shelves in our bookstores six months from this date.JUarrh. I6lh. 1644' masT
., fb. B. Duvii preoccupied
4 Clerk. the Council. lick U*mt>//astingand Boinhnzine; dayis
t Sumimsr Bn.h do. Beans with the eluding this "notice twtlve'tiiuesw .
Eaily.China Snap as they are cheap iiovtN, whose con.picuuQ..tl, IBM "
{: i .. Flat! UUlchruruip. I u Purple do. do. Paviionace and\:inzi> ; (ancy soaps, &c.An name is Legion. the! itiiiilt.-, without 'a* nd : An OrdinanceRKGULATION : > eX'r.nlli" a :.t I [tots Big-i do. Whito do do. Indications of a growing tale: in, lie! pnlilic! mind paper' addressed tn the *7 Diawiiiy Room[ IJbra'rjii4 /
:. f :., t'OR\TlIE OF THE "FIs-n L.nng :carlei Hclllieh.! Royal White tin. do. min;!'. and utile notioiK too tnuious i to mention, all for. Letter things-for higher speiMmeus, of achievement Broadway., York." ..b of which will/ lie sold at /ouet Charleston prices, b
; \. --i% t ; MARKET.; Scarlet Turnip do. I Long Mail! Mellon.. II. I. P. WOOl. > in tic domain thoughtfor mrrrfe invg! "rntlnj; of each work uaiuvd above,, which winbe.dll't. :
t, Q EC 1*. Be it prdainedl the'Mnyqr and Ald<-r- Dutrlr IVpperprm*, Nutmeg. Musk do.Oab"ft. if not more palatable) jntellctiiil nntri Il lIt.'b< gin \\-j livered order. J. MOn'NrT ( Ol v ; SU
CornerHospital,and Public
.J men of tho City of St. Aujr.ustinp, that for tlioli. .'? I leait Lettuce j Water Melon Square., appear. To minister' to this la"t'-10 contritmte to 174 ,Broadway New Tor hi *aO9 here
; f 11, ;;: .>Uorrogulation| of the .Fi i.h Market- thereof it tilialil Early Iniperitl do. I I Stge, To all .fiEiom it'iiiay Concern. the supply nf! iu dell1tIlJIJ-\\"iII. be the object of't the : Periodic A:ent.- npp/r(> 4I l> i tie4dnty! ol tho CMrlc of; the market, to attend ro- Early Turnip U--at. Uelll""I."r, f] JOTI' ::( IS IIKIIKBY: Gn'fN.: that 1- Phillip) Drawing Kohl Libitry" terms 'Litraf aTtd Trat-'eWJog 'AVflts l wanted 'Mr 10-

t ;''il.ivlyvery market morning arid atauy other time Yellow Suar c'o. I (iiiinca Squash. J.\l R. Yonge. nrviviM r Executor of the la-t will By way of ; presuming credentials in cutcringHIKJII for tie! !;.1e of nut; works in every town' and county

{ :,: 1 nt Fish shall bn ex piwed, for sale at the t'i-h Market ,Whim ", "0. Ultra. Dud tea BHientof iiiiiFravr. dt.cra'IIII, have np. tlic L bk: iif euilor, .i*ii'J Clot iU a tunplc.ul'Vbl; in ihe.ljiiited ::Hatu.Miy:1:1 .
I I : '.i-.iiji ce''that this Ordinance b) duly observed., March 25 "i dec.: 2. Brf.ilifnrlherbrlainud! by* the authority a. U-- 'n the county of Si. Johns an J/Territory : colleciiunof! ; our own Poeuis{ il being ihc iTrst vvhirh -:- r'1- : '-i'-: -
t 1. i >rAffVn that .lit per ou who bringa .tiMukttl..fo Siu.in"oOcitf.. o<" Florii "" nny fish, ilia ill .xr oiw 4h ranie,,ttlb3 Fi-bM; are GEORGE UUUT iV Co. have received per Sri,. me and i in my nime to transact all .businer.* relating' prose ant! \tr wiU\ViII appear' inTiitnre'niimbers. 'tr S UnRCBY: (.VEy; ;, ilvil.tie| "' f ri .er.clafrnf,. .

.. .t llnii-ie, and shall nso audloecu' 'y the Stalls ,now direct from New York, a desirable asnorlinent to said estate, in snid Territory of Florida, to receive I Bit in the me nn while! the series will l><> enriched an iUerpofr'or lbr? l iui.r1r of'the fr bwtltt J

,-.,' ". inling4herein for that purpose.and ,,Ira II .pay ,f'r nf Spring (;loud*, compriitine erviee of process, to appear nnH nswerto the same. vih i works of a paramnnnt interest, which cannot I"its rtiiatpd, ;in North city, and durirri.lteli1i CIVf

j 4 .e nb.j of-'each of raid Stall* ihe um of Sixand one A l aniifnl! variviy! of printed' l.awnaund. Muslins for and mall things to act, amply and fully as I could but iuiuart to it a 'lasting vuluu. pi:in thereof; mndehyJamo-i; %J J. (;" ul Id. Surveyor M.Lin .

-1 11 tier i>!nU for eacb;occupation.. I j! J.uli"11 Iherl1c" : and would or aught to do, were I personally present The "DrawmUoom Library" will bd published .' A", and Nn. 3, 4. 5. 7, R.9 10. II. I2/13.JC'

rfrfrrrrti:: : B<> it further ordained., That every an J Calicoett of the lattstsl, > le : in said Territory. 'every week, in nu whet.containing. distinct works, 15, 16 13 19. ?(). 21 r.22'J3a4,2r..2627.2iJ;2'.3f.: Mon
.- sVi"f..ill( iliall be ciinsiriurud as and for the jane of Drab d' i ie, merino, and a fine article of black cloth All persons indebted to the said estate, are hereby at I'i! 1-2 cent each. A title |>.
\ ] .nil Pi4lmrinan only, ofUvrowf,theui "ben they are infpnrtn for gentlemen* coat and !'.inl" : forbid and forwarded against making an} payment will be given, wjien nnmbtr.i enough; to'make! of his Father DrS.S Peck lat" ofSu, *'ba': r, -eftb-
\ 1' rship in ont> tishing boat, bat if ,he quantityrji Ca,vimeres, and sambro" ; or etherwifs transacting the business of said testate a neat, uniform volume, have apjieured. But. as Con n ly, d'C''n"'lt, u ho ac'jnired die same by pur, with]

\ .t .> "Ii ppertaining to aid cO-I'arlnenhW'OII re. Striped and pl.tne linen dril'm r ; with any persons, other, than m} self or my said I every' rinniLer \\ill be independent in it>elf. the purchaser cliHs? f'om Gen. Peter S. Smith-and ail l peisnn.-itrir my i ._ _
\ .'sire any more stall linn one, it i is permitted. Iodise Twiicd) cloth ; Black and Bui niinet: abeatnifiil asorlmenl "> agent; ch con"nh hi' own ta
j! : t'nnnmv bypnyrng cube rme specified in din second of I.IIC..I i tll\'loVI'.I"i :-.; All persons having demands required to piesont works which he ill t dp. in his' bound ( lIccriolJ.'nnd otitthe consent of, tluesuaeniler.' ,, ._..., .
'I; 'Y >ction for each of ihem, Ptovided such extra tall ort Linen c.imliric Ililkf ; Crab al'' : the same within two years from this date or they will mail subscribers ran remit for one or more number JOHN E.PECK '

.t-4 1 ills be not req'uired fivhWnaa of: lher 'FUh rnaPh.I Ladies black and cuWre4'lovcs ; 2 be forever barred.. PH. R. YONGE. o( me work a*the} may-'desire.: For one dollar eight Fob 3.1. 1844. J.: *; '/;!"'?7

} ::: Sec..4.. That the M rk';l-titalU, shall be,,innibcipd ,\I o. ilk and Lisle thread gl-ives ; Surviving Executor &e. numbers will be senU Price'i J-2 cellt!.- :' -.I" { / -
I f..IIILIIo 8 antI no pnyitoae'o'f; number shall ,he alt l.t. l. r.II ltlet mu i l'aidiig! ) and cavil and shieeting ,. '., '1 ,
co.it
t. t ycdor ritlitrman ni till he who cnnvax; :
-: > permitted
t Many Soda and McidlitarFowdcrs.Cr.PIIALIC To be in about nuilrs each, ; IX week after due vre will apply lo'tli Ilonah'
ntmtlrr
If! i illfirvt\ romn t'i thn market: with Fisli. for, site hill, (:,::"( and.. fii.n Irish Linen, Osnubnr; whale eomphtid fifty or Istitled
: SNUFF. Liquid Opodeldoc, 'I1uluIt.e"to ctmtaiii L"U .. PMalt-{ K2 J fje of thi.Countv1 Court bf (1siiuhk eMsJ
; t'tire < 'rivile of I ttliciiii page U7IrflptcfZTfl.
I !:4V" u
.-r-. J, 'I1t time|only.S 1 fine Article. of bootsol the la'est style. Hair Oil. Macr l ;arrOil., ed semi wont/tig al !iJ5 ceitli jurroluwe, ty for I letter administration tiD.the e.Ut$ of Jpf ph I

.J". oB Mi furtber.qrJ lincIJ, That it shall be the Togelhei with many other articles I in their line to ;Tooihr Powder, Steel Pens, Indelible' Ink. II ;,series will consist of deeply inlereiting memoirs Keeu' late of',aid'.: ouDI,, Dec. // '

; : J:4' luty of every Fiihernian! tiding! and occupying the which ihr.,AfI tinq.of their ,friends,and',,tbe. public lleauhe .Drug and Medicine Store, by pf eminent. persons,; nale, and female, such as MARGARETiKEEN.JAMES e: claim nibitel
DR F.S.VEt.LEU.&iL have lefiirehieeu in at
form.: DJMiiLS
Y AlarketBmtlf lo'ihiivA'tuA f Etna well washed and clean- arerespacifully invitf'd never presented popnler
'
) "-.1! immediately' after"nelling or disposing orthe fish, A hentltlf..1'lIrielyof printed Lawns and muslins Porter Ale Ac They will possess'all Ihe chaims of a work of fiction, AIgitorOct.11th.I843.!; I L. ,otJJi-:
CideiVWIne ;
.. filth whatsoever the flour nfI" for ladie.s drenKPHjCalicoek ;, with the additional l advantage of being (il1o. Now "
l 'vithnut leaving any on ,
London
Casks. '. .. ( .9 Fish: _.Myket, under the "penalty of Two Unllar'*, of'the' latest style. 3 5 dot: ,Pis. ,do. 'do. f ready- : I.Oct
: No. L-THE LIFE QF MADAME D'ARBLAY- VEGETfflLE 40UE.AD
'- -------G&O..aURr. &,
ToTtb'a'nWnif'Tlle
.' o recovered before Ihe .M Sjtir r, .. ,
Scotland Ale.
3 do.
i *" Qt9, j formerly Miss Burney) authoress of" Evelina ]
,St?Angustine.. March 18lh I IS14.Ifcfirunic ( ,
: r
'Jity. r 't
I I _: orda"ned That' tnV Clerk- >ofio '- .r. 12 Baskets Huchnor Champagne' at ralail, &c., in two volumes at 25 cents each. FEVER JtiEfilClNEA ;Li. m
it further ;
Sac. C. Be
7 Fancy t1'ticlcHC.. B:. E. CARR. & Co. No. 2;THE LIFE OF GOETHE-From his A CERTAIN ,AND' FORCHllW /-
collect tile dues of 'SAFE CURE : '
<: M rket i is hereby a-itliprize to ) ,
,, I I' I : ill market, and .TI,1I at-C1 r'th' sauii lolbo'.City.I' PAl.KmjIlow B04p forlaniily use- -St.. Augustine.2d April, 1844. own autobiographical papers arifi the notes of hiaconiemporaries AND) FEVER. IN ALL ITS COMPLICATED! 1t:

I ; : ','rea nrp.r, at lo-ist once a week; iind it shall he hs: tp. arid .hnl d The lantcr'Hotel, in 2 volumes, ot 2'jccnt.seacbvol., F()It'1 S. -ALSO. ,AN'EFFECTUALIIF.MEDY bCount
I I \ Itity to report to the Mnyor infliction of thiOrdinance. Brown anti white Winder Map ST.AUGUSTINE-EAST' FLORIDA. FOR ALL'THE" VARIED FOH5IS OF I\TL !
:, every I' Valm. rose almond' and description of NctaJYvris recently jmlltsfifil J.Moicalt & Co. .! l'l'TEN'l
".. every soap Til IS E)1'ADLlSiIMEl't1\ finest in A l TT N'1 FEY.JR ., :.(1"o
\ Sec. 7. That all Ordinances, or "parts of 'Ord3nnrepqnani ? Lavendereologne, rcee and Florida waters. the city.eligibly situated on two of the principal 174 'BroaJicay. : a- teaR

j ((1" to this Ordinance, be and the same.are : Betrs oil. curling fluid and antique oil streets and within a few' yards of the ANIMAL MAGNETISM. MESMERISM: CERTIFICATES ,:,)S .
I Cold cream. Pom made, Afacassar oil. A ll
I II of the Sea I
.
i. hlJroly..reppl: :. 4 PnbicSquareondneatho promenade IU History. Phenomenaand Present CUlldil illn. I hereby crtifyrhatni .wife Was afllicted With
I rr 'P.*afiU.in.Cbnncil the Fifth; day of August, !1841. Perfume bags, handkerchief/essence Wall, having been fitted up at great expense is new containing BracllcilllllfhuCliou>. and'tiie: lui :t discoveries chills and fever whl h cdntintlpd frt nH 'tilriewhti
I" W. A. FORWARD, Mayor..P. Toilette powder, sharing cream open.fojrthe.reception of visitors. The proprietor in the science derived NerA
juvj-j ? Rose-water principally front a procn'reda Bos of Dr.. Glover's A'gn. Pilfir. 'TBey
flower article!
,: \ .; u..1DuKU.lClerk Couucil.. '. omngn water every' on. has used every diligence to.render bis establishment recent work by William Langwith a supplement.containing arrested chillnand H-ver iinniediateIytiniJshah3J
in the neatest retail
style, at ,
up free from the noise of house sible
J. r as a public as, 'po new and impoalant fict-i. iitver before
er.jn eel Sev -
perlccttv health since lhariinis
;
Oct23,1843. 'D. F. CARR. & Co. ) good !
: : '1- U8. A1AIL.. .' aud to give every accommodation and comfort the iniolished In the United Slates ; by IJev. ( :anncev Ml of my friends and ..neighbor* have vilifce been attacked uSMS
_' .! Savannah ni1dIHo'ridn., Packet F Sale. countryJafTords. He trusts that in consequence lie Hare TownthendBauthor b. Facts io Mesmerism," in the same ni.inner.and, advice bn t-

'i 4 : *"" ;,'FOlt.PALATKA,: (E. ..), ,\ Several tracts of'Ihe most fertile' Jan'd in will centime to receive so much nf the pl blicpntronage &c. Pi ice tr> cents.THEJIIODEIIN used the same pills and in every_ 'J p-y ft"nce'ruh thshappiot wiliba

I'W; !/RtRN. IVNSIJ'ICKJ'S1 MAJFS JA CKSONriLLE I Ensi Florida, are offered for snl ;bv the stjhscrl- of invalid and.strangers will enable him .to si'ANIAl It I) DRAMA edir.-d efTect. In all C"u 's at en're; haa Been -iretrt ,

Ilt.ACK CREEK PICOLATA.C ber. They are eligibly situated "and ,will t>c to sustain the low price at which he has ventured to 1 by Epes :.u elllt..autllCJ of Vel'!scc.a Tragedy. ," by the o!e :of. n sing 1.;'.Box of the aue.I'iIIIbcl.1:;
entertain table is '
thrui. The constantly ,
: q. MAIL TO THE ABOVE PLACF.fI.i' sold For terms n'nd supplied &:.o. To be publMvcd iu fifty weekly numbers fore from .a of their et1e.IcTictfuh1y
I C \ THE C a bargain.; particulars enquire with the choicest fish and game, with which our wi g <* .' personal know ledge !
Ncv'ready. g.'S'ep
I F ftt 'M.irlIEl; c. of JOUNJ HEDRICK. rcc"mmelld thtrn as tbe best remerty wiuV
e.rS8 \ -
tar and woods abound, and no pains .will be spared '
No' I-ION Tragedy ni: j
a in-fi.vp. Tlionits
ybavingJid boiler'put .in her acts Ia' For Ihe cii ; *
JL,1 u a new ., Several'valuable houses and lots in this city to render the slay' of tbodQ who may favor'it 'with Noon Tallourd' mj knowledge .rcnrA'fn'rHr.'er' <
SersailU.ll.I\Y. Front the Amh'or'slatest
:t'ld< been thoroughly IV uhiulellnd repaired, is'hnw for.sale low( cnquirp.of, JOHN I. .UEDRICK. ib.,ir patronage, comfortable and p ler. ant.. The! Bar edi'ion. With utage directions. of Kfcv.GEORGE., F.JJHNUHICKiiJN.. 'it i; ;'
tirt condition fur.trreIlon of f 'passenger* ,description atKX
i-i rate \ PastQf ofJbq([ ptsf.Qhjijrch| !
: ; Jan. 15 connected with the e establishment is supplied with Jt
,, i .9) x costumes &c. 12 1-2 cents. 1" < )'"
.i rtJ'freigut; ,I.-Bbef.hM Resumed her. !egular.trips.. the choicnst Wines arid Liquors orevery description : ; Nw.3ei1et'
2..AZio.aTr ; .
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No ig In five nets. Rev. :
dy" i
By : : "> '
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l4ore. 'ot I
ha
Excellent "
rte
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i SddaVacr
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'f1 v The of board moderate
prices are very II II Alilm.in Fro l1the Author's latest Ti.e.
- .Tbi .Bwt.will i '-leave Savnnab Tor;tlie nhave nnmcd be had at the Drag Store of. ,_ Jan. .16.11844 edition. aftorei. A1edicinefor1afrbj. :, II.Y '
With Directions
CAN the Stage \'Z 1-2 cents. -
fI, 'r:tCP the? every;irrivml Satj nT"/aj.at4 tlin'RnnU froiil o'clock'Cl.nrlcslon., 1. nl..t.c'ng.ar Oil her. 1J1L.M! WELLER. ,,.& Co. ':- (' Eu. KtDKT, A Col No; 3-TUB: LADY OF LYON, By Sir, Edward PARR 4- CQ: '. "- ,4 'p '. ,. :'xi!_, he
June 18. 1614' ,1
7. .xtruswuhJIaio, \ :P4ttz, '1vct1; 'TlmrMdJmorlll"g, ___ II AVE JU8'* RECEIVED: : : per Schr. Hope, Lyttou Bnlwer) 12 I2 cents' IBinns Cried Reef 'IJn..d.:&r.lf -' 1Gh.
'TATIOIUlit. .
'ock. 1 No 4RIClltUEU.B: .Sir Edward .
.IU.I \ t "rnlvlf1JfP.t.l! ,., ,M. Gunbytea desirable aasortment of Lytton .Im
{ ',' < An assortment of Blank books add stationary just Bnlwer. 12 1-2 cents 000 Ills small rew Ilamsr. "'.-i' ; :t:, ; IUOk
L'a II .aty'hlarJvein vllnn3h every TAurU ,
,.Uaft tO tto C Lir1stod floats whuii received and for sale by,-- .' STAPLE AND FANCY No 5-The HONEY MOON. By John- ToblD.I _n L 50. plecrs dried i Beef. -1" '4 Jk
CqIlfleCtVjth "
4 '*
.. _Dr. f'. S. .W ELI.E It. & Co. :: I 1.2 cent' 7. Kp!* '.eafJard.-', .' > JO _
P. I.n? e.sloeu&u > GOODSCONSISTING No 6Thei'IFf.Bylames Sheridan Knowles. 25 bbl* .Mess) Pork, ; 'i \. ," -.; 1
U relhts abippe .
_
( yaUlehy
,
,1 Ambrosial' Shaving Cream.A 6V
: ,12 I 2cerits. Now.ib. Store from Scb. Marion, 3Obt
Capt.McNelty, .
P. .Freight,0'i applto -
r .Fasagn.
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-5-
L' '
i : superior article' ? OFA -. INFANT .'TCEATl\1ENT-wilh 'U'ECARR, & Co:
w- I directions
"'iboarJ, or 10 OI; US TOOTll.:p ST.r. to ' :' : : 'lOca
-? : ,,; GEpRGE.HA.\S.. Ag.nt.Svnnnh.: beautiful variety PRINTS : mothers Self-management,'before-during. nnd after StAngustine,2dApril1844. ;: '
A POPULAR I exeelUiiUdentritce for cleanins .
-., ::,., : ...\! Pa\atka. an Pink and Wl.'tcTarlton MUSLINS : pregnancy. Addressed tn mothers anti nurse?.- */ -
:
r.r ,. on FERNANDEZ: &BISBEE;, \ the teat),. b-irdvniDg the gunw'" 0'' purifying; (Cunnr"- flora!; and Linen Cambric H'DK'FS" ;; By Mrs. Barwcil, First American edition, revised, I .Notice. 50kr:

\ !' "I', .. ," ,r'g: .'nt-il! : ." ."/'III\\'ille.. the brealh-for, sale by Dr- F. S. WELLER.. .& Co.*' CotionllOSE:; Gl.OVES-jSatm RIBBONS ; enlarged and adapted to habits and climates in 'ihe ff P.S hereby given to all whom it may concern.i tnatl '

,. {, tL D EE3.1"Sen<., S1''! ,Angortiae. and rico- May 6. 1 14I. ,' Gum elastic SUSPENDERS : Assorted GIMPS United States, by a Physician! of NevrYerk.: Under: _J1 will apply ip'the' ,Coot'tr' Coon :of-Sli:.Johir IOOI'e 25
_J- ___ Sewing SILK ; a beautiful article of RUGS ; the approval and recommendatioh ''iJra1entioo' county, at the nextensuingitrm' thereof, torso U- ,h.-
.. L .:. n; ...)lV STOCIt'tPl'! < th' latil' Contractor b,. i For;: ,ia leA ., : Neck STOCKS( ; Worsted CAPS and LACE ; Molt, M, i). Price in paper covers. 25 cents. Bound,, 'signment to rue of Dower in the Raal I and l'ersCfllt) l lI 25b--'r

::. "'.f_I.fI L\"lt'li.i." ,aud Pici-lala t hi* pl.iced" asplen.rd NF.LFGANT .p"r 'f.\v n_ hrnl t.) MUI.r.?.-- 1 !.4 r in'en'8HtF.Tlr\H: BLANKETS ; in dot! aYn! rnitt letters. f 0 cents. I I Estate t of which my 1 late'luisband. GEORG'EIt-\ t.. 6'b.

: '? M: -C' acli to connect wiili.thw Boat and io otlif "t" The owner bavinz no further n-'c foi them. hey CRAPES omIt uV irablo color ;'Oil SILK ; CURTIS ON THE PRESERVATION OF SIGHT LETT died seized or possessed in the said-'eeuBtJ: -

; "r. ? Pa*>ngers .can lepp.lfI.til}' '.11s14 I Linn fordesttclut will he sold a bargain.- EuqiiircofJO11NJ., Bleadi'dA Brown SHIRTING ; -The disease" of the eye, the e'abuse and choice1: cf St. Jobiv MARTHA P. BAKTLETT, ;

t Fare through, Qdt Savaniialr. ,to St. Angus- MuC'h ( lirDRICKl\ Brown HOLLANDS, ; Swiss.MUSI.t ; of Sprctacles; &'c. By Jonn Harrison Curtis, Aiuistiind : 4 Widow aad Adwiaistratni1I .: ,
.1,."..1.l. O .; Linen .UIAPEK: Carpet BINDING.; '- Oculist. her Maipsty.. I'ricl12 '1.2 cents.' I 'July'23-' ;
\'l' November II, 1543., .". A D1SuIbOiiI1 ion' '0.colnrtllc'fIiIt.: .. Tt1tp.lhprvith an orlmcnt= of Thimlile Needles. -, THERMAL\ COM! ORT Ol' POPULAR HtNTS, I." .

i< '. 'I 'IUF.: COPARTiNKP.SHIP: I r Itforp. eiisting Hooks and Eyt'!. Writing Paper Perfumery.1 -For preservation fxo coughs: roldsand consumpt Ready Made ClotliingrI .

The PlaritcrN 3Iote1. i iIE I I the firm CENTER. RODDY( Co- Silk purges bed rope. Playiiig ranis.) Bridles and tiom. With infnrmatioii, npon some points 'iif Gtr.1 I j I I A DESIRABLE: apartm-.ntof ready ma r:1o John'test

,. ':. ; r Sl I proprietor of thi'i es\MNlimcni \'fill. dun ng i is this day- dics>lved bv. mutual consent. mai'.y' iiier articles,which addition to our former mm Practice u: the treatment 'of nch caes. By i i,t,1. jug for s'rlttgapd summer .use consisting pr 1 !j I <
fiCO: CENTFIf. stock constitutes a complete asfortmVnt. or all kimNof Sir George Lc Fpvre. M I).. Fellow' of the and
:: the summer. rorei..imi i entertnin hoarder at j i | Royal ,Coats, Jacket.I.ant\VeirIJ, Silk Linen e.o ,I1. "
rititeil the times. A share of I I I JOHN: RODDY. -. giMHla required for 'this market and wiM be'sold a Tnllgi: of Physicians in I.undone.. First Amen' received sale '
t :: t 1...Vd t rates, tit pat-1 ', and for. by : aRdah1
the j jO
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i r A MAGF.E. prices riilf times. .
i ican, from I the second Loudon edition GEO.BURT.&Co.March
solicited. grcatlyciiilarged. j
j .lage' i'respectfully ]i I l*)make !
I St. A"gn-iine, Janunry 1'J. I IS11. .J.n'.27t1i ISII. I I ;
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