Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: December 20, 1838
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057498
oclc - 08822160
notis - AKP5524
lccn - sn 82015285
System ID: UF00079918:00333
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Thtirsclar, December 2O, 1838. .TfCIV i'ERIE8-VOL. IV NO. Q.. t
PROSPECTUS OF TIIC ,I procured as is frequently case as a bo*!. Nit/ I pJo.rECTVS or me diaa0
FLORID.I IIBR.'LD f.t the operation of lock-jobber* and peeula Itl .lllTI10lITI. ai my bate been entitled to reirrva
I assn. TOWN Or ST. JOXN8 : |I = lion under the tail treaty andnbote laoda

AMD SODTHKRIf' DEMOCRAT. We have adcpted the motto rtintiptt aid it rilflLTewH. 6f JJL tubas la sit.ae .. tlte mat bavt been sold! by the Jolted Slate,

A* our Tide P.t* Indicate, we enter upon FtopU. In our endeavor lot conform u it-in the JL ....k. .. tbs ttohksKiserdt. J....e, U.ti'kMida l on account ol any default neglect; 'or omi.

M.*ueiuour editoiial I career., llitheitowe adherence we haveaougbtte Principle c1 the ah*** Ii.. ..... above it* j*. ui with tioo f.f duty as tb* port or any officer or tbs
.... oasis to contribute our mile in the promo auppori we have given 10 the canae of tIM Peo tbe (.... eud twenty ;mile blew the town of Jack* 4 itw United State ; such retervatioo from pate!

!*. ol loch ebj-el.**were calculated advance ole we hat'eencoMnteteo'threaiteaing d.ftinaltte.1 onviDe, and tlunfive wale smeth W .I. AelguaUne. j IK cwutinoa until) the claim lo ,reservation }I
earTcrittoryiu, population and prosperity, and Many wrong* have .. ainTered in the 'I The nearest point where st eMU hepowble under aid
treat shall!
ff.e bater,1edLO accomplish all we could hereleiredfotttnrpubhc but Ih -, ..ad more we will r. o..tll endure in I I to taUih a watering. place *f any ins* boarl 1 nf beiaveatigatedhylthe;
goo J' It ha. not been for thi dim of "',uth. An attempt however it portaoc*, ftfHa iu bring perlcrtlv open I.* Ibe ( nmm""nDt'1Irl"< intrd for that I

f>*al of an honest and .aaiou. solicitude uponor land lee elate J, i i. still making {.pit *fieWj- |I hit-riband LaU it lecnvr* .11 llie advantigeaef purpose and their report fiually acted oil. by

part to da justice to our obligations. and why f because wo bat a d.recli.be impartial, the trade winda wbioliblow aero** U e Uniphofilorida. Congtei 4

With *uece.'ive period* of prosperity and re'rrpe and have not abandoned the l'etI1' Blow .fur at the same .... ditrsted of the Keen-J JAMES K. FOLK
Territory tiss been,raltu advancing t'ow b.. bra veiled at .aI, hot thus Car red = 1 i !
ea }peculiar to a wc4 .a the aea toad j
1 I LAWS Of Tilt UMTCD TAtK FAStED Speaker df tbe lloue
and until without avail. Whether otttepreseutattvetRI1..1l.
a mr-stf-rCfT* population u nowevr we ate still ta fall before The water opposite the boa i*(estepiiaf in ibe ,
4.Dtl1'rrro.d.t'I a uiaturiiy that will: oblige it he utming of our enemies witldei/eod upon the rainy teas**).j .* tborofigbl/' | a. at tae liar l i AT TtlC SK.CO.'VD" LMIn.1 OT THC i JOh NSUY.

Ire long to a.. ioie the responsibilities of au indtpfuJsnt I'rorte-Ib. people in whoee.cause we' have e..1!I I Conaeqweotl/* hebcfki in it* effects for ea '1'W ''Tf.'IMIi co oaut. Vice President of '
Already the barked-4be people who will the United 51;"". .
government -
preparlory protect u* J bathing and souse.. U"ri..Le U.o*the llrilih
*tep* are in progress far 0.".dm".eon into they knew we ate devoted theiriroe inane..j|I were in r...*>e--4fMi .f It**id a, et. J.b... ...* a An ACT IA grant 1 pre-eruptioa lijbt to setllrlt and Pre,iJeot of the SOUl" .
tit Union"f the States! and die tnauifcit from From the nttniona nweskhasrA raw | place of ctn"der-ble. *..rte| it iben bore tW *M-MC ta pltbl'C. llWlf*. Approved June 25J. 1833. t
Mexntindication*, that at nodi.tanlday rlorre. peel 01 aid t ttieir c..ltl..u.in..lilu.- pa.f"j i ic j f I. f the -bip '.rel..04 M...., vr,.ehj were hnilt. Ik it moetrj ty fie Senate and 7/aiue offpbfttatgrtKt
meat ..k. her p'I see aa a sovereign r'"y'o .. bate in ih..ra t > cn/cnt aitfMlwf*.- /? L'ihJ .ANt* MARTIN VAN BURCN.I .
tin t"t4tut compact With this approsunationus calcuUUtftt to be attracted lo the support or a I filratubAaU ana ell other H. el I. that eta those '; btatttof -- I
Corrt atstnlttJ. Tb.. -- or
change in our 1Nlltlc.lrel..on. arises new< Vtnift Vtut. I\I the! ear rats appf oaCla Wftbiia 34 Aet of IU ...n.i not it t over? MESSAUC. -j l lFtthwCitluiu -
e" ii'"* io3 responsibilities to the People and to 1\'. will .tj-poft MaKTiR YAH I. "u. He i'.1 the riter bank g..* tl/ sh>pNep; t.. the cbsooeL astral etiiUrr of the |..hic! lanJ IlC'in: 'IQAtI

tbs PI*"* roil we h"tea lo place urelves in a northern man-but his lnghet plai-e i*- ],I A auWiii4t: .n fur tepairing Ibcoki Kwg'e K..ad ibe head ..( r family. ar user Incurs one of the Senate

_lion t. dicltarg our share nf them wjih' thatLrnrttnesf i* the Pac.iiicr or A UHITRO IVori.a.: Hi. t I fioui SL J.bn41. SL .\u,.......... i. liefy t fiJ d )cart of agr, nLo w.. in |M...'.,I..U rust a I II tae of Ittprtuntatlftt :

which the eugeney demand While prislriple.an auch .*the took, CH .*4 4vti ff with n ....... lficieNt for that p.rp.*et and hla+ektep et.Isr pcrton.1 l re idmc tLrieonat : I I to" .ltul.e you on the favorahlc cir>

therefore, we shall' not relax in! our effort to td. prate... i I I I aoolhtr .wUcnpliof* ia aflmat in the !rswa of Kl. ibe lime of ib. rU'Itf rrl "Iit.rl. .u.1! for rumtuiicesiii the condition of our ounh .
the locit mtere t* of ibis aectiou of conn* 1I;is generoas coal cisef t..J.t4.. hu5. I >llarj and II' VKiNity for eiieiJii> '... .a.... ,
toe I I g f ur twOMtb* ours prrcoliir. .!tall be euti- under which you re-as.enil">le for iheperfur*
in and the prosperity of lie city of anr abode Hut )*, .ad. ruetf abrond o'er-U ibe puW.cAnd I i road a* far a* that |Jac.-ih.. ating in Ute di** .
I tha| |* all ibe L ..t'I' and rivil nf mince of nfliiial dutie
call-d lake | fu an y ui Though the
to humble for
*t feel I ourteltfu .upon our fall tarp t""I.r the land. ]I taustom..t Angtinoe S: ,3lars, atlcut&l ;
t in the dioeinioation of those )principle I \\" "' ....rmay ti+!|..le-wehk-hia principles mile*. SI.;... ...4 VrrU...la will be in imtMed act ta.il'cd4' act t.. grant pre.emplii>n the anticipatiuauran abuudaniharrcatbero '
pin rhck will *a we think, la our own cirenm.lan' and are hi. frteod, and our friendship I* n..! oti* ule operation for the acco: IMUKMIjtion*f p.*> '...htt It* settlers na public |Iu.l*.** approved not every wbrr been ,realized yet on tbewbolrtLe

hot calculated to promote the common re It uvktrttc vkm kit ftotpttt are rf'e_f .arrpttrrd << kll;.,.. May tnentj ninth rijhtrto' huo'le cl antbirtft labours .aft'le, hushandman: are:rcnlrJea *

aspieere of our people. and to render our an* tcktm the 'tkcrt .n Im her jeer, UV I It wail only' be neceury fr ib. .*e peroo tai 1 Jo *.id oft i ia berehv r vived and with r bountiful tern n ; industry

MI.U' ,tits the Uut''ir eervirealile to the cane of profe** to be 4uiUmti4 about eta rytluwg Jar ear wi..Umg te tke an ..sntere, lo observe the stanae rwHliwuetl free two ,cues : Pn>vke.l, prospers nits various channels of business

p' ..ldG'crnme"I..Ihhi.* iew we hive pmttifl ; arIw*. who late ..aheadengaged h44 in the. That] where snore than one .era.iu and .nul'li.fI -.euer.il) heath'
| ; again
> ell l it lw.rLo..r..t. .m'-e Ihi banner of We ltd ite all who. feel interest in the ....... may pre.
4 r*<. rr propertIT lownol M .1.1. b a* .red of lb* firanoe** pare, settles: and cultivated "ail.
upon. one through our vast or climate
auf diversity
let r.lic.lllltlr.! l and lo vimo-incr the principle and nd.ane!meiit ..f our country and mlh! : of t2.M pr.j rd. and tle artisity.f rte rapid tau ;
taJ,ut j'n' ,,e shill eerk Uttaui.. csu-e of Dr-alll'IIcl..o fa tor our cMlumn* w th ccu. A c maa4swa* hotel. w i j be .peedcom. quarter' section of land I, each one of themshall iiotbiux threaten, from abroad the continu

.. l\'e f4i)!'JM aJrs v.art .Ise .1 'p"t4. Pri.cip/rt their .i.'. I \pletrd a g.od "batr..d a achotil bois. amdthircn have an equal share 01 lateral >t in lb. ar.ce .>f eZ'uuaII'Uu ; nor has any tblu;; '

iUa.trsteJ Its the adrainuuation of TnoiuaJirr I \\', ate making arrangement to enlarge, and errru-d. lit J bn* ofTct* every advan. said quarter eecli.a. hot shall bare unit hum impaired the ."e"I1:'" of those fra

.**>* jauJiM doing thus we detote other*'i+e improve our sheet which we hope we : Uge U set.b-r*. a* *. lo vi.iter*. TIM )1.IIPc claim, hy tit lee *>f this act, tit any other It Irnnl and domestic ties Which. constitute the ,

elm, with all x-altotbe -uppoit acd lUai olar.1 hall lush;. lo do at an rally /_ I ry tree, fr the cultnre of eilk-Urane tree*- I land : And ptovidrd.I ala-1 .. That this i art | only! guaranty tu the success and perm.nen*
m-'iiff. the UIOMTB or THE I'Aorl: t. ;; ,| t Oi': .... tbeoJwr .if il he ,
ig Ieoe.-liraloe. ", n s shall not so cnstued .. t.. give a light jcy of our b4|>py Uuio, and wbicb, luriued
rag tb 1 it the iibu' of nf the the!I.te. and the ATcii.uinr.il!*, i-uh NOV.. ltild. i prwd<*ctio4i. of aLe .sorb, ua be cnlnv-ied bare el I pre.I'.i..a in any pci...u or per+ou'. in 1|ii.in i in the hour of peril.' hero' lutbertis been ,,*
.a rs"rustuencJ n, mar lie beet i fllllOSll who may direto obtain inform. .* well. in any siMitar latitude tkr.nb..tit the j ...u.1..n.r aa improtrment l!
M im.i Jb/ a crnjiultxKi adherence. the {Icu r I 1 I JL tiara respecting Claims>*r l/" in I"I 3. "'....... p4t.d nevr... *....aitCII.t one .. tie i'' ) sctil'jmcnt or I) oMhly sustained through every vicissitude
e He h-fwic the eilmguMiment i iol national
m; in ) affUiis.[
titutiee htli intut : .. our These hlcsiug,.
we a
.f the C+a- ver upon and JtJI'1!': now in the &*uiae nf uivrtigalion I ransl beaniififlMieani* IM the utii+ef*.. the ad- ''
strict iu'crprctiiwn of that iti.truiu nt t an J and ih **e who may w4i l
...1Ii';. WI .lull l aid in n!,*i,t ng t.v: !ierci e hy lite. (for iheiauiiiuti. ..n of tl'ilnra.r.. -re re.pen.fullt n.* the riser M *...i'.tle f-f *te.MiU.at.* M|>War-l. .' such settlement or improvement was .u""I'j I It i'rotideuca tell fur our devout and feivcutgratitude.

FJera vftnmntof any power not etptrseI | trquwteJ t apply" IxiiwerM l* c l.<*wr* ..f 12aiiJi twbuidred' auks, into sire. vtry harts of a fer- ,r In the lamia lately ftrqvind h) strutnull : .
I It 4.1<<:;It...!. a. danferoui, to tin ripliUof tlie mtfM,day! dUiingihl ..lotruMi* c.. in'ry, witch d..UV*. Nit 1 I the .Miami Ifllsr of lt.H4os. iu Ibo ute f IIndiana \Ve bare not I less reason tu Le grateful

i 1'1"' '. and freedom of the Pcopt; .*f vr* hall) 1 seof' the r'wprrior Cant. to the I.'t..k ..(I.H- Coin; '(a* a.4*>.. a* the Indian. are rei ......) I... tbxkly | of which pif rl.iiii. ia wi. mast for other .o'lluiu IJ"\Iud "hy ibe same munificent ,

madly!! prtnnt ti ivCounfcnance infractions by '! ,nn a i.ii'kt tlie ieiJtiice vf the Judge in &:?U Au willed wb-re H4mer t the &ute...* the co.jhllillaI1 authority' of the' CU'liue. j abuse produce oi..-| bscaare jfr.| |. due altar.deposralheayt.alalat .I (the see"uJ di .f DrcemAer. ijht, raw
d incmy ) II.
I'e ed States a .nerOII' to the pn erv.tio.t lite M' I the VA'''", \Vb.e; the Federal' and C'U'e G 3weamsots .min toii! ttr \\--e. :t1t t 'J... .. iHfrrma e -. will be Ute Tent of fachiotiaJJe. and insahd* : era hundred. and thirty creu, or lu ant sits 'J'L pretcnt year cloits the first h.lfceury -

: .,.. cosi1ied: III lh, ir appruprsil, tint. xi"en a. if ill' 1u I10 wrly .am t irufigWut the Uni n. || wuM..t w-nih/of. rr* liel' .. or ;lratlon of art i"i.3, ..r {pad nth* I of out 1'e oral institutions ; and our

i9\trt\ **, we hue ....1..11I* ta 1I..0.1.! \i> ....,- r f-U. y 1'I' ''-- ...rk Ih.IS: Jeatf'M f., tre. sate frvsn l.*ii.n, tied wihto the> I-CUSMM ..f any i>ir..rMii+led( .1"f.D-.ralf! ciiii;: tram all i.iber* in the f c* ,

ib.retn dput; from the UniuJurie* ptc 'ibc.1. .1 :tl11.1 i..i"n-rr.1 t"tln n".sr t .Je', -r.tt.t..1 di..r cs. ....d ll4 th.. fo-cca-f< ; s ha* not **ttn*i I Iwwn, s>r IM tit :al"erui'o xcll'Mi* lu oiLer i kupn I..J..; practical and unlimited: opera

a 'i'" action. w:thiut jtiparJttthj 11s .1; e .r d!.e Ja Ire w.t f1.rll th b.+. .k<.IIO.C...,.. print wnhifi satiny suites of thai 4we fat 'ear*i I bit* fart.> sectiongranted t.. the use of any li i 'rt nhicliit IM* for .u Inn* a pertgisen
IIh.r..I) oh!.. Pro/e. them Clerk u.y .a t. 1-a.e"ace, f.r fJ<*aue..iic ne in !'L John ran.I. railroad; I I
to Ute s I the tVim* iwr d<.ring tl e | < "r otter j.u' e iuij"rovemeut lu the e*tvereiiity of t e people; -bus ui'r
II WI 1 tin: +tit! nga a nr tie States. ants: .i "* tlie i* e r>n....and uui.erou* 'nlphurou" and *4h.r
d Nrv (if Jii"lf. > ; ,ur h. any P oHi"ns ol' put .lie !+IS.!.. surveyed been fwl'y: tested uilci..utl. :
r 4., : 'n'r..d.tII'uI.( we rha''I! b. du t. I' .. l1
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/ tuiucr.l toted :. :tJ fh |,
'Hie J IMI K
are T n*
uclze uke w.I b'm: 1ft "t Jot and prm; ; 1 otSriwi. '
which 1..1"
pha (or > en astNl.lly! .eIretfd !'be Constitution.; "U i.rd l furefa
hy our
'b'd! IU'Onf.4 itsoNta. Fart *
-KI : ) nitttitfroiu .
L Tafiltt** th .-. ( ,ii.rrrl,... lee riser "ppsMfe at*>M**! i*> fob of the eh a.
". 'ft "hrii un.teeHKrfnU* 4 fef'ui.: u fUi I.'fl rats/lntrhl. a/uI Ir, N,j ...... aalrhbi! r hgaalar ?rj *>e* i. i-fa .ujof ,..sQ : i.d., .... 1 ... li's f.>e ci i l t...r t 1\.tn., lull. J i.iti. talbrls .. ttia fimiiework .ul hoi.il of that..

'! .1 tr..t :h. .ijn' if il.'i! in Ad lM'lotk urttllhat; ran Iw >*r<*,| lur t'. i' .PII,1. .... IN dcl '.. 1M ed..ibed f..sntltst 11414C a-r. witlia I.r P tmat.tr qi4i.iiiic lI.aA' ;lf, acre, nud sarena. t'i..>n untried', es.,, become a settled!
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, It, L1... 11"e tfaitth: uiu tlitv .ic. 'ix-c1: lo 'i..C and t..rssudi. !l1f sls la I.. \\.|.p.a....{.. Iun.n.et pyre iw+ L.'wr. tie w...1 U 11 iber< ar a'e i,d "erw).led f.r tug pntN..er s luln i.f Ci"y> ruaicni ; nut only {.reserving

aenrtUitahe' mar hI r!!'n*'tH |. w. hrlikauS : a.rrtyn'a .:..'Wren II: .I s ft"2oM k? wall stud rd wib du'r, NiW "u L... ..... aWi .f trade. a>n.l not of ";iii ul utl ruliv+:i.,.1 IIh,1 pro'tt'.iux; 'h- gnat )rioci.les ul sDU''
'. > "a of Ifltf" and lets. bas .... + imj enemies* r amy fpctia lj which it nas f"amtesll! t-ul w >n.ljifully!
"= htft tJa' cl'elinf aid.. Iti'd. .ot!'i.Ih0. r sstane of l..J n"vn-.1l,y ihJn h 'I lUflbfi'M lid)
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fteifliWrpa'< 1 << r-z hundrt-d fear! the' ,... '
aixl ( rKhot
rattle <
h fii-t d. .. MbMt
of t'niird.
irnij the riute
a. by authoiity : Tl ''ii 'li aitl'jrrl l.. and eiilne
beta du'! to gite our tcalou and : rballpe levw
piumunt ftjMitii o'btain | in 1:..t llwrtda in Tare .it The (....
ate "c.
11 aid, teii a. it may b*, in 4tre'ie, of tHe can between lltelinunof it bt cahi"...-act dreniCi! int.t..q'I'I': : :' e la all

rfto of the S.c i H, from whsetrrgaarter! for p. "!tC.I.: ft es-a'tinrJsalt ht causueel lo affect Ibr.c orb I ..
/ twill lie furnithed b !!ba C'l..,.II. ..r tb .ighw.tert that. e ah.a r; fart finny by HOI : ny l'u'I..pe. yrl Is s coii truclion.a .
. uif1siiiaJ' or ('.1.1 f'lfT't'!. .i":1 ) < Ymuiu d*, p ; .U M|*<.r M4 ate lt t! f fl frt l-y |iO: infVp.li. ..r the. win Iwo of i-nMir Uu I. f..rae pur* ml ai* .l ae h.. rs.H.1 'rl.al| :sentiment' ,

,,. are o..pCftIJ l<. list h.,rnJ !teic'} s T ao> L'i1e-. 'ls.entur. ..f Ustl/arsulu d. Ciao The |iiucij'"l .UrH, ol hceI the .Aven.( po cs of
r in ic t.t In a1tit..i.asIJ"rcrANP: l .!nJit r. tit r 11'.1.1. .1. 1 u imif et wt4e ; lhtoub ih., cciilrcof ,,1..K1af fur any i-thf I UP p..,e whuhiiihive i<....r of ilet.il, rumpir.iti11y uniiiiif| >rtaut. It

41". +at CiiirrwhitNlcr ttihtnuv i : tetbiifi"ieJltiiii : 1'p'! piste rf 1 Lu I A"retlo ','.-a..i" ..I,. rat. a |<.tf..HiavJ. a 1 ftvi wnV. l. b. .had", by r .r is.jy I.. wade hy any SJI..tr. undt ct..t* has P.'MVH! uinpl) .u.n. lent li.r the varioos n
Is tilcl3; bloaasdaf rnntr It, we. s'r+llrn4.iv.trducsteranlrtpoaaeii '"r 2. flu...if Ptilip. It. V'.ne, di.4l1if. U its: Orange.Cr:!.,. P..v Sire and ins lavis *>f list Uuiltd St4lesS but this art emergencies n>ct.ient tu sass etil.fili..o i
i 'uiy' star .t 11ireiaty .1 4 Claim i tlr. -d. not sw a. tw deprive tb4 orti.sn. A fo inid.hle: f iiatiii
IIffet treat in <. anj t i* "retail war; a: '.
&. l:-tatof argariua( Drti .aunl. ,..jt1'ed. t turret H upon a HiW ps1aN. The waila (Man111 1 -I| Ilse Ircat4t..f Ibis rte, nh.* IMVO 't inh4hiU I
illlM rrfrwhichth, + $.surfLaa I'n1.Idaa1.4 n 1 "el"o a domestic and!, in some
h. or'''umi!f P.!lna respect,
I Misdsfetentnrten.I.r. \\'. .ay lo our northern | r.. Claim of Pttcr Ji tree,. X* balld/uerahtin'abater'. aid: heia cd, arcordip-; h' its pru-i.iuu., ve.uia trot. r rival ...U"i..Dlin ; tempt iii"os tu iuteifere ,

Ifthrcn if one Mitt in-nt of cier4t t;oUt teJ itkrrr thra woe .......lrtj frrlfioM the tH>* ., the. | tiblic ljuda within lh" <../i+aJ wi:i.. | in the itiiestine a"Irtn.*tieus al l "urijhhorinouotrir '

s1e st ttod eo'i'tnoi lu'ory. rcm,iii-lo 'Jii'jt'rey(ti, 8. 1.1.... ,.t')lIl'i... I..'.a. tsKa.......II..s. riter. The whW t.wn H U.J owt tm mm iMh. t.icl..r 1..111I" in the M-Me of alsrout'aheelwnlesrireJLousiilelafoalegeeeac 1. : the d.tn=eruus inrturncrs th-il a* '

/)"*! hate inherited one -nirlt fir that ginxl (c I.' ( 9. cl..m..r John Andrea(, (!'iu. pprnted. e.l plane rrachiuf an slt" +tae of .....al wttf fad, > s, rise in peii,
a.i! wbi'hniice united our fathers, i if ) ouk l\ Kkecuiiix; the L-tate of Itcnnvt t1r.ai. f eMMMafKtmf a g..J. ,iw ofthe riter, null Ibe of :-paeit'i anal lrcnch g'an'-. I utniefooud [ the anti-rrpuhliran temlenries of assveiaied
Ire respect (ojr Jh. a.\o\ Con*titut oli of ourCwrmmint Isitrt. 4ds.'rrtonlaglbe +ca. :\."11.e. .a1 withuyt the I lines of sud rau'.. ''tat bat ,.
"I"u-d. w .b-Ihel.. with oihsr trials noKss I for
and hold nit lightly) the hi s"mgihU ,;' I be .parted hv &. I'rq.Tirlat. *.f ibe -.' loA
..11kl /, im of iarsl/,1ea! *.., Adm't fifths c.Ute rr"arh' .>ie any fcis- lui.iui the bvntlil of ib. mid-Mc have all been ..
,, utitercd tbtls
fci a lo which: we hate been ., :1,1 to of Jwhn H.: 'J'.t.ra'Wnsmstt d. '' :'t. )....,.. '-Ie pasJacgwsand Lroal r. ec and ,'
INk a the bed aafegnard to the libcr-ie* of all' It. l:>tate of John Atlsiu.ea+ 1.1141ak! i...+".d for a C.da aaJ : Ian shall hate: a |MCM: for the laud Whir far *ncee..ful'y'! re.ist*,n '
I ff"eaI..II.tlhl.;
kipirtf, we implore you to renounce your inaJ 13.: I lUtate: or Hariolo Canavy, rerttmimitnl and *!
t witvrs.. The South can neter allnw.n in* i j' II. H'tat" of llo,] ie lvr.ar
tcrfcrr'ate with her d'me4ic inl ttition! .. '\t no'atrifiw I 15% Claim of Tu'.y.'i......, rrotwuiittrd.: Cad art and o ...., muaoMiit .1 Ute,, aDd on '11 I er+-.n autl.pli+eJ It) hw lea ad ni i eater tbef i Mrrly dependeot' on the eun'hiuj| exercti* of
tan she cutter the violation of ngl i !l.u *** the I.i he.t MU' ..( ihe .. whif h ..tb orb tbe .. lt".,
earl t. her con'itution l canction. Wet | 10. Cliiia of Petrr Trope/ d<*4ltowe-/, ;< U e taie. 11eFe" same U' wr tb+ the slnpullt'ai.l! ; nod our e-peri-oee hasbowu ,
..r 1111I.t by |, 17. llatatoof: JU'ln' 1'u.; imtapproted. il.e 1 51 Jobs a f.r-j rye r0 about 1I00aetf'*_ part'.a e.1 lmn.i i.tili-p: H, shall l Ise filed wnb that: il is just in theory Each t

-Mi enttenclied die np" .n our resist and no force H. Claim, of Jam'!. A, ...., dl..llo..ed. the whole. of a herb tnighl IT .......t Mpaw if lr jqi.i iice pvier r the, .| roper land oiEre when ehanje made: in out local institutions Uceessive C
not annihilate succeed i in
n* can 1/! lUtat: i Perwti4 w,,,/ lo makf*. ... .
wf .. biug eft '
1. Inifiatuf to *"'.,nil la any intermeddling waitthe I' I CiirMOtherL/| | -x.itit .ra.ro\'f'd. Alulb... the l I.itd M a| pliol' f..r, *iu :U. I.*trty fIr John I',,r,.e.dl.a I 1'ir.sd. fir t/ grr e n he proniJed oath p'r*
policy or our local gorernmente.1Ve regard i"err 31. r.:.tt, of Alheito IUeio. {' linn ff law of from Ittp i W mrte. WairauTeruM ent t** IH> .flirt* of the. coiruiu.l"iitfr ol pit| ''rra-,l. has increased the direct iuduenea of
'q di..U".MI.
a* it ...i'l. anixng u', lo be a mini and \ 'l2Cl,iunufCatal1,1a1i lytlll.... wdl1., ,anentuparcharta. ( hlir (I.....'*..b.1 entered) ujwii id- land. nlnrb the mass ..f the eommnniiy, (hen greater
"'K,Adin'iof. .'hd
r pascal: good-in harmony with the mtoro or Lctl.e&.di..IlpwrJ. IJ art of pay tweM ax rmntfxkun 5.Pr iie elias. in hisonn ii:"'. aril etrlu,ively freedom 19 individual exertion, did restrict
at*in hi* prevent state-nanciioued by the sin 1' | ea. c'Ifr fmihr. "arli*wlaia turbo cur hitoitn bseaud licnefil. and that be ha and '
's ''' llenr> II nrrecoHii! >> .,itted. | apply Proprietor s eJ, more core, the I."all..r Uuverj* "
*4 14II'"tllf" | :'' of nrirn/ some or o'b''r of it* !i Ul. lUuteof Jaoe Atkift...... rl'C'.it' ; fir. ,\'DLKW \r UH. atrt, Ji anJ
i- V'rC; | Tuewir j oar by opinnns precept if differ Tiii., 1' Cfaimof Chicks tfaml.et, (a fire Ua.k P. :,. t*.tTH. .gpfM, ?" L Angn: ..in*. iueot or e in any nay or m+uue'. pairitttUm of the people l.uelu.pl pace
Rftmthepeicewhichyourowneiemptionfron man) tsG m.ittf'd. : with any perron or prraue tthatettr, h rniihthis| augmented re-peetkhility. In nUcountry

flu last:ailed ain wi'I yield you, and leave u* !I 2 ._ 1I 1:1..n.'. /i.lpi.l I'rinf. r..rnmrnittal. 1M: ia lJl.I .li..1 JI..h, I which the liilo he mijht; a .&..ir. rrnUi the I has education bee u so diff.,..d.-

.. dUe .utj'ct, to ant e1reAnJ further. we 4 i/auftLnAdsu'raufllK/rttt0ufl'n.- *. United States: b..u1: l iuture t.* the use or be* Domestic ba. uonbero
Ale.r so
ktsiti Clco,P. 1..0. f'enN.f. reri...,...|....... Ia.bad.tEII UI'tDI. I peace largely,
Whit hfltto say to lho.e of the n.rth.who e.'* I lii.::! AdmVa or the l.raic: of (:e, naming .. 1l1'I'lap" 1 do dmit.aae.ti : a"GI ol ary itbe Slept him elf, or to cvnte reigned.' The close bonds of social interronrse p
and rooM' eoco rie to .ur right* and Mitre.t., come '1..1.** .. Jlr .. h the I
9 <
J .aL tu
VJ. Claim of Juan l iiiy a'1-i. same, lo
< tectmm it""d. any barmony over a space sa vast. All
Mal \ .
w. .
will ,
htilior traitor
*. Y"fi a .l in wiirwoVr 3d. 1I.itn.r rdian Poli) Ad...'. U" elk l> I". 3 Col. .":1..,,.. other }acts"ii *>r leer+aas whatever at any forms or religion ban uui'eJ. lot the first
can bung with yon ifjl < rpalrat IIL lateofAibma P,lli4. I .; 3 .:.... lI.no.... and) if.
null a..n lima well claimin
to Gunb/, recoui u -qnenl 1"'Od. lime to diffuse and
.. ebuiiy I
co:jn'ervail the et il of )our oj. ...,..... ] nutted.r 1" f fol 1,1V.nea. piety because
tgsartoiposrdlothe ?riniT or )1 Ii,.orm. i I 6" & C-LWarrrn. i -, tie hcucfil of this Ian as.utesaiJ, ball for be first time i in the hi.t"1 or nations,

- "ike" g-eit enemy of Democraey. l.nol".g 1".11":tlClaim.d''''U''P.d.of 5utan Fv1.! Adm'x nr .\rtHa. Ii" A C'r" CdJy. I swear l.I.ely ia the premise, ho that hen all hue been totally; untrammelled and abl]l

*<* tgtarr.(geed a, the only' criterion ..r what. Ml Claimof, Prudence PJnitimer.reconiirti/ d. G" A aifi/eaaJ Ia.kr C.mpt.tIL 'jeer to all the paint end penalties forpeijury .nIUI.I, free. The deepest recesses of ihe|
proper, we ,hall nppo* the grant of > I I t- 2" G)1r for fit the which he have "iJ! biU. ;
c1e any 33 Claim of tinsan >lurphy Adm*< of Jamea Trace. I money may rne. been }penetrated, yet. io*|
publIC prttiles not nnnifeiily Tiired by the' I Cashea dl.alba.ed. ;1 I" IS Air. PitxpaiKk.S paid l.r the laud sort nil ngbt and title t.* tbe stead of Ihe rudeness in the natal rood tau' .

Mtof lMt'e..ity the day hiw and. advantage.how immense Tlie. pansine.i ,. :U Claim ofPetrr S.ui. AJuiVof Jehu 8e* ". I? >lr. Ibgelosr.I aid land and ((rautoleuureyseeewhiihL. couscqaent optn such adventures' it<."harf.!,
power & Itrs
tic {IIti.: i allowed. etred. may hate made in lsafsuaute of such numerous e mmwui irs hate
weisedby ,+'ion*. i ag'evineut sprung up all I
: torpor They are wearwris 7' f Ite
i. 4* Kao U of the Jl.ns r Poiwr, capable of be* 3S.30.: Claim later of John 'A.ht|iaci.a. ,r..r.iJ.b ,II he ton axtept reaily unrivalled in prosperity corral i in*,

e,. Ng Hld-d with dreadful 1 fleet, i in it* warfare 37. Claim ..rib.Unt tr Adm'r* tlasm.pata,ed,* :I" S Ue-erve... | ia ih j ha..d..r a p eicbater iu cwod faith I elIi-eDCe, internal I trarqui'ity., '! ....I.Ihe wi*'>; .
J M U. ProJiui g 1'.1<<,. Ko far aa they are tell Jo. Fa'yd.p,'r'o n.* & Kere4 fWra telnahlec' 'n,i UiJliwn without aotit e. j dam tif lb< ir political in tituion*. internal: 'I

"wteientand"* usefulthey ahoulJ be showy ll. fig Claim, rrf Jobp \\'in.t. toted' 7 .* 3 Ker It. Grows Aud the ceiliCc.le wincb.ball ha filed with .improvement, the fruit of individual' enter' .
tritk a
inn *"! such cheeka and guard, that they can 39. lUuie: vTJoM I'-d,.d. lturg PP*eapproved.. (5 ** 3 Rev. D. Drown.St. the co*.raitsitner a* slants>id, shall .he ta I* I J I prier, f-isirrrd by the protection of th. '

1t iimodetioa converted, into Gram instruments in*:itnliona or for public, 40. Claim of Philip Weedmsn, rr. tp r rota .* key l>a he rooilutite i evidence that the oath { Slater, ba. ad-Ied new liik. h. the ronfciler- .
individual I
e i.it-tnent. They are designed to be ase* 41., of Alargtnita Acosta, ree..mmif .. AiiUA.incmir! Charleston *.. glty admmnteied : And pr..v sir J I. I! .1''''''.
aa t.. lie foe who cluster; around the ted. fnnhf r. I'bat it aball. the. ".II..r the rr.- 1 dtutiy. Doubtful qiirstun. 1' itomsstie po
money .ntl.t.et.
42. I
..' ,but I* tat fAt.or Shah Petty duallowed. .ieIIII.I the I'ni'cd bl4lc lu ra.... to he b been settled' ,
ummntiig at t.rt'l.nd w hen liey are quietly hy n u:ual for
AT... of hi.. .
the Without interest reqfff. +t ftietxU,tNderltard ..*
J **t e to subserve '" ttrted from aale undr the .h I
tl.i or and
purpose their etut- wid ma l.e{ ...-.. tScbo.n eory prti I.ar nte ; agriculture, commerce, and
becomes alike pernicious to the public l in & -r MI.P1II.N' FKA.NCI ,1 aiwoa of Ibis or an other Uw .f the hour manufacture., niinistrr in earn other. 'r.,. I

*|"t+. ref iacBosis'ent with republican ptinci; NOli", Oil find Conflict. a* a rrgnlsr; packet between JU An! giatce any tract or aut..r land re/rrvc dat.o&I I| and puMic! d- hi, the burdens which

Pwk'ISbdl UuXLa DROWN IAI'. Incline and Ch. ....... The t. Cborlaw ander ihe of all ,.
B-V >2i |""a Prai.t/e any pr vt* wa* the hear sn heavily upon ell rountries, .
nbjutor "Tt"c Ci.. much or nut attention lo lliet Iw I 15 do tfpe7mCandi... *a a staaal b tr.**!, wall found ia ".'Y..fM'fr. 14"1.1 l Daocmg R ,hhit Creek of one I I hate pre-t-d with comparative lubiiiass ups
r.raOY&.1' in bid .
fork do
JLm' such dvantagea of ponloo.nd facilrtie sda.* I do Tan f/o.0,1 and his fine aer...tnkjaltars; on board livery lbew.*a d eight baadred. and thirty, and .I!..* j J I oa .... With9ut, ..ny cot mgirg nllif nee, our

.*** traction: tva cannot urgs forward woo k* S de Winter strained .so. ience a..ttIIOtIia e f .. he paid la the.. the carafWt: and ee nsen' u re erio fr..ra .%.hj *>r miry, a aQcieol> frieu'lship ia prize 1 by every nation; and tbe

Pt\ *.r' ? "lte improvement with toe much .vigor 1 <*. Ibl-oed do, p with-rnerr Ibo best, as the> Bsrktt taLhjilhe aflWd. The wHenpptied i quality .f laaJa acquired by aaid trcaty ip. rigbtaef our citizens are every where respected

..Jhalt we encourage outer r rises in this hne, W beta While"liad7 ..nea..I'*... faa>.. by iron attention io baee i .< whit b BO aelllemcol or iu pfwvea.eal baiMtero because they .r. known to be guarded .
e Uwl! with ." honest detigo to bo accotn* 100 I..... Verdigris, ts merit a abate of pabdc ratroeage. made, a* would entitle; tbe Miller or by t noised stusitive end waicbful pro .
Wt *bBld ** careful how onUrraeacecsibja rot
/elrhy of aader
""" ARTHUR JlACU noprovct to a right p. emptlon pie. .
c | uiulnplicn/or iDtorrcw""n.; > I B. C. CARR eV CO jSVv, IIW. ibis act, to Mir'1 tee claim 0' inch In To ibis practical. operattou oC our iastitu- ; ,

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and of ibe Salioe to the Red Rim, wat the public rn.aau.1 receive tbe nulls of with reason and hla1l1init,. Cea
Boat, ao trident and eocceitful. we owe that couatt They promulgated" aaeulh *
our I I of
Y .;. y .acIeiatelallbini'.a ..bl2Slb.of all banks which refuted redeem tbernwstbsMcie loo jealous tho conduct of thoA i
t fat IM atUchmeat to them which ii a- maintained them at aa early end cduuulrrW concluded aided Ibo fa trotted with the public mone (
fed ibeie meaturet, by>> I .
urea been by by
Itit It bat ;
April times be .
) taoetgtbmolt cheering exhibitions' of popular la bUtory; they were eoD fiurat- vorable action of tome of the broke, and by disposed to' ens oranges
will of a both Governments ; and seasonable meas.sill of this Jut .
eaadmoat, aDd prove their best eectfuHtr in legislative eoactmeta charge Ira own d'
faithful enforcement will be taken to can, it into effect oo IDs support and eo-operatiou a large portion lion on the of
: r' It time to come agtioit foreign .r do. highly penal character the have witnessed part Congress. In iu
'. aaeotie assault of which hat hitherto been, lad will tbe part of the United 8 met. of the community we of the conduct of the officer* eaow

s TbU review, or the result of our Institution rust always continue to U regarded e! Tbe application that Republic for admission a o early resumption of specie payments io. custody and application tht..Wit
s into this Union, made ia Augait, our great commercial capital promptly followed deemed desirable it will Ii.. .
with the.tntmteiaoeeofenr
aitociateJ .
'j, t, for half a century, without cuhlnF.I duty, ioteperably of Ibo United siatin the eoiabliahiuent ...,
]837 end which was declined for tetanus ia almost every part of
l epirit of vale exultation tbould Ie rational honor. That tbe peo* constitutional tai N'
made ka. to .. baa been formally Statet. Thw result bat been alike salutary plan by "laicb.-.
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pmt upon ttt the great priuciploi from pie vf the United Stiles tbouU feel an already 1. Mcomplurfiod. You win,myoeVwl
iateretti of agriculture,
the commerce
:. .. which they have epruog ; constant and direct terett in the. tpretd of poh'tical ioititutiont wi.bJrann. aa will appear front the to true mine upon the propriety of adopia
:\ eupervision by the people over every free at they regard tbeir owa to U, k natural accompanying copy of the note of the 31 iwsstcrrienipoieotiary aod. manufacture ; to public morals, ret- and upon the meaaure iiece-osVli
for tbs eITn."bieh "lIpn.ltcI.O poet for the laws and that confidence between execution. When.. !III
public measure; strict fotbeamnco on thepart ; oor can a sincere aolicitnde lute late n.ak., .
the or t ute on the occasion man and roan which i it to essential in States was ..
Jen.tllY incorporated
t.ra..lo !
t .. the Government from exercising anvJouetfal cell of all those. bo are at any and roads w
,t art disputed power; and a cautious food faith ttruggliag for tbeir acquisloB, be of the .uhl'". of the ratification of all out locial relation ry of the public money, a right

j r aUtioence. from aW ieteiference with coo. imputed to our citi tens ai a ,illle. \ ';tIa.the the rO.'CDiotIat.o.. mentioned. Tbe contrast between the suspend of CoogrcM to inspect, at it* plea.nVi.tf

corn. which 'properly) belong, and are both entire freedom ol opinion,and an onJisguiaoUexpression Copies of tbe convention with Texas of a 1814 and that urltITtmost ttrikmg. The tog masse of of the that bank.body the boot.and..

1 I' lob to State regulation* aod individual en thereof on their part the Go*, commercial treaty c..<1e4cd with the Kiegpf shott duration of the latter: Ibo prompt rest In one of the State
terprpM.Fall c rowed t hat neither the right, trot 1 trait Greece, rod ova timihr treaty with the oral oo of business ; the evident benefit reuliiog tions are supposed te rank amenTS baalU!

information of the State of our forraa the disposition to interfere. Dot whether Peru Uwlaviea Confediiion, the ratificaiiona from tbe adherence by tbe Government point of stability. the1. r..subjected !

affairt haviogjbeen recently two dif the ioterctt or the honor of the United State* of wbkb have been recently exchanged, accompany to the constitutional standard of value, examination by commissioners iw2

Gretlt.eraliess, submitted Coa&r,". 1 require that they tbonld be made a party to this message for Ibe inform fJoo of i instead of sanctioning tbe inspection by the that purpose and much or the *.

j a deem it 0ceary to bring to your notice any such struggle, and by inevitable consequence COD,,.... and for tech legislative enact- receipt irredeemable paper; and the adraotage tanking system i i. attributed to..*

only each event ai hare uUeqcutly<< oo to the war which i. waged 10 iutapport. menu .. nay be faood necessity or expedient derived from the large amount of ,.niaio... The some course ba ak. .

i ,..t I corredor are of eucb irnportance to respite is a gee oa. wbbicb by our Cons. in relation to either of them ipecie introduced into the country previous IU beneficial operation been adoou-JiV
particular attention. liution, ia wisely left te Congrctt sloes t. To watch over and foster the iateretttof ta 1337 afforded valuable illustrtion of joining* state bestowed favorably' known fw tk.Z

,, The most fimicabte disposition continue Jedde. It ir. ty lb. I..... already trade a gradually iacreatiag and widely extended the true policy of tho Government jo such financial y ways concern upon submit whatever. h_

1' r..e exhibited bj all the nation svitb.ihow crirnioal in our citixedt to embaratt anticipate commetce ; to guard tbe right of Americanciuzeoi a crish; nor can the comparison fail to remove lion whether a committee of Coo.to 1000r<

the Government and citizen of the United that decision by unauthorised military whom butinettor pleasure, or other the Impression that a national bank be profitably employed ia in pctiir.""

r Statee bare an b.bituallatercoufle. At the vpetationt ou their pert- Offence of motives, may tempt into ether climates and it necessary in such emergeaciet. Not only lervale u might be deemed proper'u..

jtte or my l..t annual eneisaee, Mexicowaa this rbaraetet, to addition to their criminal, at the tame time to cultivate those aeoii- were ipecie payment returned without in and account of'officers< en trut.d ':rtk .

the ..1, nation which could not be included it* at riolatiooi of the ""'lor..., cauo.ry, meats( natural ttipect and good will lids but exchangee have also been more rapidly todv of the public moneys. The fiT"w

: io eo gratifying a roferreoce l" our have a direct tendency to draw tlewn upon which experieace has proved tobeoe6cialfo I rettorcd than when it existed; thereby formance the of this duty mgkt be made

'n foreign relation our own citizens at large the multiplied evils iatertal intercourse the Government of the showing that private capital, enterprise and on who have committee in in respect to ties

1 am happy to be now able to inform you of a foreign war, and expooe to bjeriout IDI.rut.ti. United Stain bat deemed it expcditnt, fern ,"taJeute. are all, adequate to these end. diacretionary large io sum their to poe*.....

that an advance ba been made toward the ... tbe good faith and honor of'thecountry. time to time, to establish diplomatic cvnoec Oo all these point experience seems to report to the Executive respect such others.

1 adjuttment tier difficulties with that It. A! aucb they 5erve .. be put tines with different foreign States by the have confined the newt heretofore inbuilt- found to exist with view. to drfalc.qNl a BTI, fit!
public, and tbe restoration o/ the cuitumarj down with promptitude and dffU..... I appointment of representatives to reside led to Congress. We have been taved tbe from office unless the default _u .!

good feeling& between the two nations. This cannot be mistaken. I am confident ia within their respective tenitoriei. I am mortification of teeing the distretaet of the accounted for und report also,u SZ?'

--l impottaot change has been effected b, conciliatory counting on the cordial and general concurrence gratified te Ve enabled to aaaeuaco to you community for the third time teized on to the commencement of each Meaaou. ??

.. ,p negedatioot, that have restated in nf our fellow citizeoi the tentimeot. I that tiaee tbe close of youi I last attains fallen upon tie country to dangerous ao iotitotioo their examination and proceedia7' fc?"

the conclusion of a treaty between tbe two A copy of the proclamation which I felt it abut relation ban been opened under the and we may also bops that the pear to me that with .ubjet.io. *%ft

', Goyerament,"bleb, when rsti6edill refer my duly toisiue.ii herewith commankated.I :I bappieit auspices with Austria tad the butioett of individual will bereafibcr be or the public[executive officer to to examinationsT2L the general

l to the arbitrament on a friendly power all I I cannot but hope that the good sense and patritftiim Two Sicilietttbat new nomiaatiooi have relieved from tbe injurious elect of a continued of Congress at period of wh'e HW2

\ tits eulijectt' of controversy between .01 the regard for the boner and asps teea'nade ia the respective rai++ioot of agitation of that disturbing lut-ject. have no previous notice and topra

growing out ol injuries to individuals. Tbere i lation or their country the respect for the I Rutiia. Urasil Belgian and Sweden: and The limited influence of a national bank in punuhment as for felony for avei ..

I.. at present also reason to believe that ao lawt which they have themselves enacted Norway, i io this country; and that a Minister a vet ting derangement in the exchanges of trust the safekeeping of the pabCo) .

i ,,' equitable settlement of all disputed! points for their own government and the love of Extraordiaarv has been received accredited the country, or in compelliux the resumption I I dcr the system proposed might W iyy. .s
I', will be attained without further difficulty .i rJ order fur which tbe mass of our people have ti ibis Uovcromcnt lrom the Argentine of specie pa/meutt, is now Dot lest apparent the sorer foundation than'it' has averse**....:

r ueneceitary delay, and tbui authorise the been to long ando justly distinguished, win Confederation.Aa this iu tendency to increase Inordinate The atabluhm.otoftheCovern.east. ,-

J .' free resumption of diplomatic intercoursewith ender the comparatively few who are en- exposition of the Steal .a-lin.f the speculation by luddeo etpaauoatoy contract you additional Secretary information of the Treasury wAbvkk ismT

oar aitter Republic. sued in them from a farther proteealioo of Government and of their condition forth* ivns; ite Uisposition to create panic a>uderahanaitment tail on this interesting subject."ntaiwa Ti\

t, I' s 1- .With respect> to the northeastern boundary such desperate eoterpriie. In the meantime p..t.r. rill be made to yea by the Secretary fur the promotion of its own your earl r attention. That it *bot U aw

of tbe United State.. no official correspondence the existing law have been and will of the Treasury. Jwitns; !its interference with pwliiiet; and I rio to great diversity of opinion eaaaotla*

J between this Government and that continue to be faithfully executed ; and every The available balance ia the Treasury on i itt far greater power for evil than for good, jct of surprise. After the eoUectioa aaf

of Great Britain bat patted since that com- effort will be made to carry them out in the lit. January next, estimated at $.',7Gi: either in regard to the Iccal institutions Of dy of the ;public moneys had been Gem

n-1 xnunicat to congress towards the close ort heir full extent. Whether they are tuffi- 2.:. Tbe receipt of the year from customs the operations of Government itself. What years the connected with; and made i.b...

f '" their last eetsion. The offer to negotiate aconvention dent or out, to meet tbe actual state ofibingt and bode, will probably amount to $20.CIS. i. was in these respects, but apprehension or the advancement and of private iniereau,a
: t for the appointment of a j iut on the Canadian frontier it is for 5W. Tnoo usual ...rc.. of revenue opinion when a national bank war first cs- .Constitution could self-denying but ordiaaateed
not bv
lb I con minion of aurrey and exploration. I am, Congress to decide. have been iWreated byes tare of .hed now stannic confirmed !>y bumili-J time and free diKutaiou eliciting c1i"the

however secured, will be met by her Majei- It will appear from the correspondence uotct-of wbkh less than eight Treasurys. n ,lencf.Tb. scene through which 'I 1 of Um people, and aided bv that conci]:...

r 'I I"loY.'Dmeat in a conciliatory end frieudlv herewith submitted, that the Government of d dollar iadadi.. interests and p iocipal.will we have parsed conclusively I prate hoes lit-1 I I rit whjch tau ever characterized ibeir ., .

'i \ sriri tad instruction to enable the lirliiib Russia decline a renewal of the fourth ar to outstanding at the end er the year-and lie our e.mmuu.a ,ricuhll'! ..manufactures. 1 Croat emergencies, were termed opus fie.....

t minister here toconcludetucb: arrangement tide of the convention of April 1834. between by ibe tale of one of the bond of ibe hank or fioancet. require such un institution, and factory settlement of the question
3 1 ..mbo transmitted to him without further de b the United States and his Imperial or the United Slate fur aIPI.. The what dancer are attendant on it'ruwr.- this anticipation on one important ..
lay. It U hoped and expected. tbattbeie instruction Majesty the third article of which front other A I be conferred -the ;impropriety of diverting pu '
by it Is .:,rrc't. of meant source, with power trust, never to by private full
"l ;. will be of a lil>eral character, aod agreed that hereafter then shall not ... the haunts* hand on tA.lstJaoraty last, the American people upon their Gwvern- reason pU'pOM.-be to auppo that f'I/ realized.MO / i
that this if tucceMful.
be negotiation, toward the will prove Formed l"y the citizens of the United Stale, bat been applied to the payment of appro me t. and till lets upon individuals not branch of tht subject! would now oe

to aa important step aitiafac or under the authority of the said StUet.aD prutiont by Cogre*. Tee whole expenditure responsible to them for ha unavailaMo a.1 ted by n difference of opinion or I
and final of the
i t lory adjustment controvert/ )' establishment upon the oortwrit coast fvr the year oa this accouau jot I. L...... chit COrdikl UDDOrf-" <>f a Ixrrm *... -
1 bad that the for the law -
:, I' hoped respect of America unfit, soy of the islands adjacent dins tbe redemption of more thin tight lIIil.I. Sly conviction of the necessity of further I consiituenu. Tbo concecttun which
l aod regard for tbeV ace and honor of their to the north of 54* "0. of north latitude Bout. or Treasury ootet, coosiiutci eg* legislative provisions for the sate keeping existed betweo'i the Government and kai

own coubtry, which had e+er cbarac.eriied ; and that ia the tame manner there grc=ate of ab.ut forty millions of dollar,and rod disbursement of*be public moneys, and in reality) injurious to both, a* well u taotalinlemuof
\ the citiieni the United States would havepre the athna-
hall be none formed by Raiiitn subjects, or will still leave ia tb. Tieasarythe balance mr opinion; in regard to the mea+ore best fravaiod the diaa tera community of trade.
f rented portion of them from and tae i"
4 '. t..... : any to loiprrectioo in using tbe under the authority of- Russia, south of the before luted.Nearly I adapted to the accompluhmenliof theto ohiectt mead of commercial i intercourse, aid i
.. any meant promote aame parallel;" and by the fourth snick eight million of dollart ofTul. have been already submitted to you. feted now oicitement and additional
territory O"'f,1&h"bicb"0 .
.1. ) a f are at that during a term of tea ,e...., counting ply onus an to be paid daring the coming I Tbtse have been stengthooed by recent wild and recklen apeculatione. the o
t.. and with which the UtMtedStatet
fr peace from the aignainre tar the present convea*. year; ia addition to the ordinary appropriation event; and Ia the full conviction that time menu of which threw the country ialo i
I demote of maintaining the most friendly lion, the ships or both powers, or which ...- for the support of Government. For experience mutt still further demonitrate nuns or panic, and all hot produced
relations. I regret deeply however' to be long to tbeir citizens tubjectt reipectire- both abase purpose, the resources of tbeTreasury their propriety I feel it Inyduty, withrrtpectful bloodshed. The imprudent oxnantiocredit <
obliged inform that ibis it the *, which w..1be
i you not case natural roealti
reciprocally frequent<< without hioIrence will be tufficienr if deference to tbe conflicting views,
Information bat been given to me, derived any undoubtedly nund or the rerenuea of the auto,'fareeourcea
whatever the interior the it bereaved of then, again to invite attention
not to
lot teas, gulfs charge upon are beyond your for unbounded liceaao in
,' from official and other somas, that i iof ,
may harbors, and creeks upon the coast mentioned the annual .. mattl. No excett, however, them. adventure, seduced Industry rile .
vf the United have
'+: make hostile Stages incursions associated in the preceding: article for the purpose it likely to exist; nor can the postponed inatalmcatof With the exception limited sums deposited and salutary oecupationa by tho bopoianco
; together to our of fishing and trading with the natives of the lurplut rtvenue be depositedwith ia tho few basks stall employed under without labor, and deranged the i
territory into Canada, and to aid sod abet the country." The reasons assigned for Jo the State, nor any oaide"hl..p- the act of 130C, the amount received'fur :, by tempting III trades and profe *
J' ioauirectiuet there,iu violation of the obligations dining to the dutie rod with inconsiderable vortex of tpocuUtion on remote
renew J'tV"i.i.r this article propriation beyond the estimates be made, exceptions
disregard and lav ss of of their United own" Siatta dut'fs, and citi in are, briefly, that the only use made by without causing a deficiency in the Treasury.Tbe those accruing from lands, alto &!.The<. the same resources wido-epreadinf of tho Government infl r,
opts aa our citizeoi of the privilege It .Dtie..d'h.W. small time .of have tince the general suspension of specie !
+. Leos This informntion hat been in eecsrn tbe.m great ( i its useful openlion.,1 embarrassed the '
confirmed hostile iavai'ion. part bat been to supply' the Indians with 'rm.- limiting appropriation! to Ibo wrath of the payments by the Tieaiurer under his general of i.. obligations and seriously iota '

by a actuallynode out liquors, ammunition, and fire arms j and public I.narl. ii rendered noccitstry at legal goes en. subject tbe tuperintend- the execution of the laws. Largo at} '
citizens vf the Un'red Stain .
by ibis traffic hat been excluded from the Russian present by the prospective and rapid reduction ante of the Secretary of the Trentury.Tbe and oppressive taxes are the nataral ,
with Canadians and otbcrt and
1 I trade ; and at the applies famished of the tariff; while toe vigUaat/ jeal property of defining mire specifically. ce or such a connection since they ia
accompanied by a fwrciMe seizure of tbe from jibe United Stales are injurious to tbe nosyidcptlJexctted among the people by and of regulating by law the eterciio of prvfits of those wbo are allowed w sob|
; property of our citizens and an application Kusiian l lie fund, and make it their interest tkafai
't !J.i establishments on the northwest tbe occurrence of the last few years assort lbr wide slope 01 Ktecutivo diicretion hat
s thereof to the prosecution or military op I coast and calculated to produce romptaiots sstbsttMyespKtftoattbeirrelorttcotfirer, been already. tubmiiied to Coogret.. should/ be accumulated and eipensea
aratioot the authorities and It is tens that
against a concentrated
people! between the two Oo.eraIGeal.hillmpeial end will I..ta.albelll in tbe most rigid econ A change in the office of collector at one tempted to bocoBM njoosjr
of Canada. active
y an aatTinand
Theo results of these criminal aitaultiupon Majesty think .it for the interest of both I omy. Much can be effected by postponing of our pr.neipal; posts hat brought to light a all experience baa agent ahowaeai-

t: ( the of coontriei net' to steeds to the propoiitioamade appropriations not immediately required for defalcation of the gravest character the par side that influence will be arrayed. Wn'

peace and.vrdet neighboring br the American Government for tbetenewal the ordinary public service, or for tot pressing tic vim of which will bas laid before you in ourselves if wo suppose that it win ever i
1 country been at wat fatally destructive or the article last refined to: emergency ; and much by reducing tboetpendiiuret a special report from the Secretary of the asserting and supporting the rijaUaf4;
+ to the mitguided or ptrtt/os euta The correspondence herewith communicated where the entire sad immediate Treasury. ly bU report andjthe! accompa* mnnity at large in opposition to tba. '
god in them, and highly i injurious in those I II In tho few. .
will show
behalf the grounds upon which we accomplishment of the objects io view U njioj document it will be seen that tbe "
whose they are professed to have In Government whoso
otaellblt tbe citlteei the United Stale not iodispeeiaLle.Vbeo weekly returns of the defaulting officer apparently distinfaidacteruuc
( Wea undertaken. The authorities i In should be a diffusion and m,
Canada, frum iuttltigeneo received ol have independent. of the prorisiosof; tbe \ we cad to mloJ the recent aDd extreme exhibited, throughout, a faithful of its benefits and burden, the advuefifdividurfls
convention of 1821 a right to trade with administration of tbe affair entrusted
tbe embarrastmeati to bit
each ioiended movement among our sir i produced by excel' will bo augmented at the s f
tixons have felt themselves obliged t* take natives upon the toast ia question, at uooo life i/sees.fbaek paper aggravated bulbs management. It, however now appears the mass of people. Not is lithe natasbinations

w I, !'precautionaiy measurre against: them have varied places, liable, however it admitted, foreseen withdrawal of much foreign cap that be commenced a%.tractiiig the public fur the aequaitionof Ls|.ba ii,
f embodied militia and assume; .11] ly be at say time extinguished by the creation ital ; and late inevitable derangement arising moneys, shortly after bit appointment, and once to confine their interference h *."
an attitude to the Invjuinu which of Kuikian establishments at curb points from the distribution of the surplus revenue continued to do >.i, progressively increasing object fcr which they were origmal/; '

a I they believed repel the colonies were to elM"fdrrona' Tliii tight h i denied by the Russian Govern- : among the stateas required by Congress ; Ibo amount, fur the term of more than The the temptation to extend ill.i other a'on

mint which assert! that by the operation and cooider tbe incut red l t vco year, embracing m portion of the contrary not unfrequentlv w1
United $tatrs, A state, of feeling heavy evpote* by period be resisted.I'ho influence in the a%
on both sides of the frontier hat tans been of the treaty of JB2J.: each pen agreed to the removal Indian tribes; bJ the military during which the public money were pnblic affair' of the community at I

produced which called fur prompt and vigorous waive the general! ribtto land on the vacant operation Floaida ; fad .a account of deposited in the Bank ol. the United States iherefuro. in no flight danger of beiaf i

interference. If an insurrection ex- coasts tar the tpectivo sides cf the degreeof the unusually,. appropriation made at the whole of that of ibo State Hank depotsite and injuriously affected b"iiD,Wa<

.. feted in Canada, the amicable dispositions latitude! referred to. and cxceptcd in lien the list two annual sessions of Concrete rot system and concluding only on hit re* lively small.but very efficient cJaassi'exclusivo

of the United tilates towardu Great Dritain thereo the mutual privilege mentioned I. :'|i other objects we have striking evidence, iapu.nt lircineot from .nffice after that system had personal interest in so i hn
the fourth article. The capital and I' I substantially failed in of the lion of the legislation of Congress
the etSnent
aa well at tbeir duty to themselves' wouk tonnage. state our fioaocet. of consequence '
employed b, our citrzint in their trade I of I relates to the custody'of the pabbe i
lead them te maintain a strict oeutraliiy, with I the abundant resources alibi country to folJ specie payment i If
the north west coast or America, will per-1 &laU iu oUigitioe Nor is it let The in which this defalcation law..etin, upon private i iater
and to restrain their ritixent from all viol.- J gratify.I way was ao i always be avoided they should be<
I DII8 of the laws wbkb have been passed hips oo adverting to the o itialtlllemeal.1 I I In; to find that the general business! of the long concealed and the steps taken to idem in the narrowest limit, and left *

for Itt enforcement Dnt this Governmentrecognixt of the commerce and sari t. the United community, deeply affected a! it bat been. nit, the United State, at far as practicaMo ble. to the Legislature of the States,] .

tl a still higher obligation to repren States for ibe'lait few year, be deemed it reviving with additional rigor i cbaiteoed I against; Iota, will also ho presented to you. thus restricted,'they lead to eoaiM
y too inconsiderable in amount to attract ranch the lessons of The rail U one wbicli claim I"'werrlll"4Iociatio foster iatasa*'
all attempts on the part of its citizens to disturb by the pait. rid animated by imperatively *, aa
the peace .of a country where ordrprey attention ; yet the subject may ia other its tbejtopot of the (state. Ily ibocurtailnent the attention of COD rttt. and fUfnibeslh. eerily eelfisli.and turn the fair cosito"J
pent, deserve tbe careful consideration of of issues ttrongett motive for the establishment of tiara to sinister. en.I., rather than('
ails, or bit been re established! De. a filer ;by curbing the taoguioe aod amore advance ..tM
4. predationace by our citizens upon nations at Congress. adveotaroot spirit of ipecuUtioo ; and bye severe and secure system fut the ..r.. goo.1. public liberty. and proiM ...r
I ",ret to state that the blockade Dub the honorable k.eri"l.ad disbursement ol the
i with the United Siaict. or cambia* application of all available public mo. The whole subject now rest wiiky*
tiont for committing them have at all limes "pf inripal ports on tbe eastern coait of Met mean to the fulfilment obligations, confidence nets than any that batheretofuia existed. cannot but eipreu a hope that sea1meMiiro

been regarded by the American Government Ito, ia cvoaeqeeuco of differences between bat been restored both at home end l\seems proper at all event,that,by an early: will be adopted at too pres at
c nod people with the greatest abhorrence that Republic and France. ".instituted i i. abroad aod case end f.cilic.cc.red to all i enactment,similar In that nf other countries Ibo It will not. I am fore, be deemed eat'
I f : incursions ritixfus intocouuiriet May last, unfortunately still cooti.eecer- the operations of trade. application of public money by an officer of TJovernm for mo hero to remark, that theview deda"*
Military l.y our f,,rcod by a French .M to private ne*. should be made a fet in tho efMl
competent policy
opposition t
force 1 Tbe of the Cov' in
tituaied and
w' to the commission olacu r and is agency 'rumen pro- I nab and visited with severe and i ignominious banks Geveraa r
e as depositories of the
r of violence the members necessarily erabarraiting to our own dada, these results hat been efficient
on thereof in ,u.i.b.ueD'ni ia already in etTocl. the law < .
trade in the gulf ia common with I cannot justly be construed a i t order to effect a change of government ort other nations. that of I a* it* f'O"CfI'N meant permitted. in reepMt to ibo mint and has boon productive lily, official or personal those n**,
I .. under any pretext whatever have from tbe rrerrdiepwitioabowewe r, I witbolding from tbe Stale the de...ire 8'1 of the most salutary result Whatever system 110 tepeat in this form and in ee***
s' commencement rf our Government been i* believed to exist on tbe part of the French :, the fourth instalment and leaving .. U adoptod. such an enactment would be wise n* I .. subject, opinions which I bat1

t r' t bold equally criminal on the part of thtrsengagsjd Government, to render ibis rniature ai lit- ,: millions at long crddt with tbe lank, an independent meaaaro since much of the pub. entertained, and on all former occasionsod. '
; in'tbem, and at much deserving or tie onerous at practicable to tbe interettaof, cipally saetttivo of country and more l I.< mooeya must in their collection and ultimate Though always opposed,1J .

) puaialupant; at would be the distnrhsoce ol the citizen ., the United $t s less sad to immediately beneficial to it; *nd at the tame di-buncmcnt, pas twice through the hand ofpabTie in the form of exclusive privilege; ;
i i the public peace b, the perpetration of aim! i' those of natural commerce; and it I it to be time, aiding the beaks sod commerUal com- 0&) ". in The whatever manner they are immediately magistrate, aiming by appropriate ff*
kept. Government it must bo the a*
1I I ... hoped that aa early aettlement of the difficeUlieabeiweoa { maniocs in other lectiout secure thocomauniiagaiait
( lar acts within our own territory.Br by poitpnniag adaeined.baa been from it*commencement comparatively of their occanional nuoianagenaatIOT
,, DO country or potions have these in- laMisb France and .Mexico will re-et* .I tbe payment of beadi f.r dutietloihe amount fortunate in ibis reaped. Dot tJ.. a ever wished to tee them protected iI
t ,' flividnat principles international law-, the harmonioui relation! formerly of Urweea four sod five milt;.oiof pointing power cannot always bo well advised init rue df right conferred tlr law.a.d....

-1 .. pinciplet, tbe eiiictobaerraoce of which itoo aobaiaiing between Ib.Dlaad again r the dollar ; by an i..a..f Treasury outs' a _c'iou.lnd tho oiperieneo. of every country doubled their utility when pr d1
J. ioditpenteble to the prrtcrvation.of n.0- pom of that Republic to the false of all 1 meant tee+saWetbeySoretoratattomeet( the baJtbown public otficer are until all in promoting the interests of traaat "

t vial order I. tie work)-been more earnestly friendly nation. couteqoelcet of their iodatgencei ; but are time* prior *galn t temptation. It ia a duly that channel', the other interest at
A convention for miieg that part of the folding, at the lime faciUiiet therefore, which the Government owe, U well ity. To 1)'llner,1) governmentIhemaelvee
tame Wrrtmit
cherished or sacredly respected than ..
by boundary between the United to the interest ooraoiittod to ire care aa to the officer iastlte> ...
n those great lad good men w ho first aorta / of Teiai S..tu.t the I lance and exrhtagt ; aodbr steadily declining ibemjolve*. to provide every guard igiint no merely connection' u slate wilhitaadministration.

4 ted fiatj'j' eilatlitbcd tb > ludependence o Republic whiib cvteadi from the to employ et |eotral depotttoriet I trtn-grettioot of tht character that it eonn-teni nccessar/ Like other itate

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akT iy be vied .r Tot conducting, afe Creak ..tion.w ith lUe cxcej.lwu of a arnaU no at' banter and larDod
state, their. att&u lo iri- cnico cows eqqeBily became noce*.'
of ry. concede.were taken from tie circuit
the Geveruratfcl M public policy and ben fugitives u.. Semioolrt IaW' away eour
amongst ia Florida
culturrJ ..
pin "a AU tboao who have been been effected, shield the .
eUblwbrd *-
of the U. S>a'a the of of 13ihFab
1 ly the
the repeal tae act
iii arena iatoretu of th. Union nay seem to s progress already.made towards speedy (. '. fagtb.ttimr ia that bruW regtoo. the daagct.emlatteaotat i
,, .,n. TM only Pare .r proper principle, completion of the removal) of lbs Chkkasawt, nainuin them1v ... tevtas'sow it 1801.
their aid well
! which their intercourse with the Govern the Choctaws, tbo PolUwaumiea. the Uoawat. acre uadara own try. Ilr..i,'. .0. reaante it onward coat,.),from which in ibo Shim they are eierptplViuetst
are tWn of iocoewiJeraMe
no neat.
2 ieaa be regulated I. that which regulate and the Chippewa, with the extensive purcha- I among Cn. ,t diiCrrenc* of opinion may exiat.
capita planter! expenig vase lo someesteot Your parucuUr attenlion
I tega..ted to vinedkaey of testing sick a in themlriaqirasJtteutof
T.f with the of Indian lands power
prilatadtlaea-tbe oet the
iatarceuite during bava .
present bat
year f the greater nua ber are amtU tgricuhoralista. > much of the Po tmaier (: re
mutual benefits. When the Go rendered the and D.r.l. > 'I.re1 ) ; C.vrtataeatesa.tituted ,
.r..r speedy result of the Irvine in cotrJiMt the prdoceoftbeirfariM. late to Ib.ltansp.tlatiea of
apes th railroada. that of the United State, all
financial mast agreetb.t
caD accomplish a longosuMishod of she lilr"
operation Government
meal policy upon The recent eongraau. although TV* I..a that '.
I .with the aid of the banks than without it the subject of Indian aflsirt entirely certain. they hero in aoroe ia tancet removed rvloctantly; adeqoate to ircate that 'jn now .ui the to orpartiag dk ere{mein intktUwamlin -
llbert/ Mek that aid it would The occasion it become the administration of jntico ougbt.sot to,beftrmkiW
".s14 be > M ,therefore deemed a proper one have Ireadily' acq-i* edM theiroMVoidaUe dea almost the public iottreaaj.tho '
1M yen KM of a private banker oroibtrctniultu to place this loltey in such point of vie w aa will 1&.,. They bava naval .t once A rcoa peftM 'Malllo protect UM depattaa.t. and tt to etxiune ; and aa Congress alooo
or .eal., giving the prtferencti lo tbON 'axontiata the Government of the United Stales for peat taneriogt,and aa incentive to indottr ioot c cenbinatron.. and demand f.oU CIa provide the remedy lb. subject It .uoavoidi
_.* will Mm it on tht beet firm Nor can State from the undeserved reproach which bat Labit*>,I. the abendaaeo sad cotafortt around Norma I DDnloaL. atttntinato b'r presented ta vaarconsidemtioa.M. DUUENiWtthiotfon. .
exit an interest in tbo officer of the east it through several successive ad' I.ea..I" 'M.lloar VAN i
tore ever beep upon then. There i. raoa to behere that all the o ibe aeceaiiy secure building
raoeral Government. M ucli, Inducing them ministratiooe. That mixed. occupancy of the label are friendly in tieir fetbep taw Itds tie lor tbit 0 p.tdia The D.danger ofdeatraciiea -- Dte. 3.1938.rihurH .

rttbarraa or annoth Slat bank, any aame territory, by the white and rod man, i* Incompatible United Statrai and it it lo be hoped that the acquisition towbkkit* important beaks and
JLre than to incur the hostility of any other with the aafety or happiness of either of individual 4ib.doe paresis of afiicvltara. pertaie from pea a J U J'aDiI v
eb 0 of State institutions, or of private d citizen U a position in respect to which there hat long .tad babiit industry.. .iJ ftadaallyaobdue h highly c1.. I'.pc. 1".1 ..
II" DOt i i. the nature of alain,. that bostility 10 since clued to b* room for a difference of opin their warbke proprnsitic and iodine occupied. .In that of oibert in the vicinitf.call luildirg. *S iftfiitulipna can spring from Ibis source, ion. I'easonaud exwifence| have alike demonstrated then to OMinuin peace among tbenMHve*. T. loudly I for I arrton. -' iru tdAs .
ifUi e+ PIfI1I.
opposition to their court of business its ia pracuu"ll tl' The bitter fruits ofetery eflVet .
It nay th a desirable object the at 'fo c of Coo Your attention ia agaia ibvited
.rapt when they themtalvet depart from theobjeetI atumpi heretofore to ot'erCOftM. barri gtr*. K bnied to the ...". reaosegnd.d the aoggtattoat* tecommradataat.rbnsitted earnestly, to 7At rr *Wrwfr Meal'".. Wo give this able
of their creation and attempt to usurp era interposed by nature have only betudsetroe by the Secretary ol War for their fetor* gevcra. at the .a respect to Dianict of and interesting autt p'rermli lo the eiclonoriof !
oaten not conferred upon them or to tubvert lion, both moral and i physical ILl Indians men and protect-on. at wall ftom etch other it .Mn u I
N rtaadrd of value) e tabli-hed by the Cons dangerous conflicts of a'mhorrty between the from the hostility of the warlike tribes around C.I..ba I feel it duly boat lo every thing ... Our patrant will excuae tie
Imo l While opposition to their regular ope t'.defllaDd State Government land drtnu l then and the i."..cube white Tbe potteyol : Certaia proceeding toy .1. which have your satin many deedaof ."iuin ..rbich wo are guiltyhi '

jtitat cannot easel In this quarter resistance to to the individual ,o.berjtyotthetitiuttas well | the Government bat given then a >em.aoent been recently f. this Untrict.la recently week. :!
.ar attempt to make the Government depend- '.. to the general improvrntcpt .f the cwuntry. born. and f uaranterd to them its peaceful and name of fro-8m the of t
.rt opsa them for the successful administration The remedul policy Ute principles of which undisturbed p.s**'n.a. I. only K.asaa to give Mert. tb taiee Hll.atoktt.. t htti- ofMtlt'aod.tgaiMClbel'oeia.aattr Wo understand a man was slot at and wonnd
affair*.U a matter of .llnI.1 were settled more than tb-ny years uDder tawt "lta.aU "
j peUic duty, a it ago them a COtrlla" Casa General and ed iu the arm. by Indiana, within. !20 mile o*
will ever be of inclination no matter from whatptiivt the adminittratioo of )Ir. JejTeraon, cODliailln.n tf* industry, and secure lo then the rewards of have retutUii ira tbo .
or consideration the attempt may originIt eatiocuoo.ror a fair conoideraiion,of the title their The importance of use form .d Watioaal payment( of money J.tkeon.iC.oa: "l'uday weak.Wo i I,
to aU the lands still occupied by the Indiana within oIon.D..DIt.. be &Mrn.c.i..IUcI.- ;.t.t oablrahneat Ueatury.of o lL Crsl tune :
It itoo more than just to the baokt lo tar that the Stale and territories the United flutes| The earWt e fleets will be to diM.ia the canoes "a' exerci the C..eDat by have received assortment of Perfume-

I. tbs lets emergency, moat .,,them firmly re* their removal to the country weal of the 31iMia* and occasiofce for bostiLtias among tie tail,.., lo bw compuViofi mandanot, ;_i the the eotnroon circuit rl.rrolD the .s,. Afnn Fey **d Dry coed,
-Hid the strongest temptations to extend their .ippi much more ettenaive, and better adaptedto inspire .. interest the observance e flows to rl' le by I 5(.rt, Those who contemplate purchasing wil
.r issue, when eppareaUv sustained in a their eondiiion, than that on which the, have which they wiO nave absented, and lo nufciply con The fact.lii and tie and
ground of tao and axtanahre ,
.pplosa of specie payments by public opio resided { the guarantee to then, by the United the sceoniie of p,ry and the motives for proceeding, will l ru found find Ultra a largo
stnsea tboDlb in tone easel invited by len. tttatM, of their excluaive possession of that telf inprvvenenl. laumalely conao'Ud with of lie folly titled in the report would do wall to caH.CTWo .
*., To ibis booorable forever, t from all intrnaiona evtaWif4in _; .any rMfditienal infornaLoa -
1aIi" enactment course eonnuy stem by Ibis aulject*.it the of ibo military
tided br the resistance of the Central Govern white men with ample pro ial nafor MCUMagainst / defines rreonroetsded by the Sceretar) of Wtr. tlseprooertiepartrpenL you nay .,No will b..ppl by are re q...r.d by tho MLWieia: .

_sot. acting in obedience lo Ibe Constitution eiUrnal violence and IaternsU.ins n.ioos, which have beea already "rUftd.1 lar i I..o tM /'" to return their giataful thanks 10 ,the
1 gad law* of the United State, to the introduce and the .wa'oD to then of am table faciiinea then the Government win be powerless to re- been p.rtleu id;c the claim* *of.p The,*money TebeeatalisfieJ ha cilixana gvntrallj, and to the military and atran- '
WI of an irredeemable paper medium may bearibIIHiD for their advancement in civilization. Tb'it bat deem iIt pledget of 'o.IO the emigratingIndiana the benevolent l r
not been the of aclmiaNtralion.oDI .D. .DbJ.fu.tb J are .n particularly for their kind and r
a great degree, the speedy reetora- potkv particular agaiasttbe aoneroua warlike tribe ..t.orrored g
to.f..t currency lo atound alale, and tho but of each in succession since the first then and to provide fH 1M .r.tl' f.1 that.n the, d ; .. tho patronage of their fair on today night Uat.by
i letineM of the country to itt wonted propertly, attempt to carry it out under that of M r. Monroe. the frontier valets of lie bordcri. statee. '.p.t e may bo retarded I an whotogenerout contributiont tie proceed oftheir :
have but continue All Lave labored fur ita of the SeoMOolos .Ip.iiol of lb law I U now
poi.b..b to in the same accomplishment, only 1 be caaa Constitute at pre. tanda.that .IW to an amount !
tkoht humble effort "
n't court*, and be content in their appropriatejftkert. with different degrees of oecea. The manner sent tbe cnly exception to Ibe euceewfol effort I. i necessary to pr wa
.ta avoid aU interference from the Gene. of it. execution hat, it it true, f... time to lime, of the Government lo remove the Indian to the Mal it lo your cniCrI far bey ond rhea, mot sanguine expectation. i j \

itl Government and to derive from it all the given riM to conflicts or opinion and unjust illl'PUt&tioUI' nonet assigned them nett of the )flasisap- The object of tbe application to the circuit Wo are also requested la say that in conae t
..flection and benefits which it bestows on other but iu respect to the wisdom and se' Four hundred of this tribe emigrated ia land 6. court was"compel tbo r Matter General) 10 uf their article remaining
1\1I.lI&bli.llm.atl. on the people of the Stttet, cestitr of the policy itself there bat not from 1MXJ ia 1837 and 1838. bavisg ia the conn carry into affect aa ,, ,,raJoby, the quenc of many
ltd on the itatea themselves. In 1.111. their the beginning, existed a doubt in Uie mind of try it it supposed, about 2000 Indiana. Tbe I ]01' Treasury, under a spatial f act of vidlor.rt so Id,and at the request of many of their ftkndaIheybavo f
Use' position they cannot but acute the eon 1. any calm judicious, disinteret'od friend .f the continued treadaeroa. conduct of ibeto people ru tb MlUen-nl of certain cLtua* efl'relator* concluded to reopen their Fair, en :;.

,eats and good will of the people and the Gov Indian race, accustomed to reflection and enlightened the savage and nnnrovoked murder they have oa I'.OtCc* Dcparlruenl. "Li awa" I. Thursday availing the 27th sat, for the tale of ,
erament, which they can only' lone, when letp by experience.Occupying lately committed, butchering whole famUic of r..IGt.CuM..I.i iced to execute in ( i with addition
ing from their legiun.aie .,here, they attempt the double character of contractor I Ion tho pettier of tbe territory without drtinctioni he..u! r."br l>gL Utiedirec* those artlelet, together tome
te control the legislation uf the country and its own .account and guardian for the parties i of age or sex, and making tb-ir way into the tiers on ll ...I.jc iinpo-ed oa lh*> which ware expected and did not arrive in time

pervert the operations or the Goternment to contracted with it was hardly to w expected I I i very heart and settee ot- the country," that noI rwtad thai Uw, was to lo re* for the fiir on Monday night. '
their own purposes. that the dealing of the Federal Government I |part of it it free fron their ravjget Their fro' girded at one af an official nature, belonging to :
Oar 'Iperi.neeJnder the act ptased at the with the Indian tribe would estate misrepre*
last se.monto grant pre-emption rights loselUerten aontalion. Thai there occurred iu the early set one eoet, and the barbarity with wbkbtber obviootUatJ,eco the public 'ands. his at yet been too limited) tlenient of thi country, at iu M other where' have murdered the panf and crews of seen Judiciary &direct control biome ,, '
.tnabl us lo pronounce with safety upon the '' the civj'ated, race has succeeded to tLe|Krsf.ioiMi i vet*el. .. hive been wrecked upon tbo reef and was nee.ssasilydrawningss.onion..tad if Ute willing testimony to the elegance and taale displayed
efficacy of lit provision* to carry out the ws*oat oflhe savages, instance of oppression and fraud I ''key| whkb border on the gul, leave the Car duty a imposed oa the Po.trnasrr General in getting it Dr.v.. were pleased [and
sad liberal Ipolicr of the Government in th on the paned the former lists h too much rea ,ernment ate alua lhe bat to continue. the tnSn- walobecQnJ red at nn'rliaitcil.' and I gratified Nits! all part or the room. A smile
fwnecl. Tliers ,is however,, the best reason loaatkipate awn believe. l\o such off"sstaf can, however, i lent operations a*aifctt them until the f ale tot( .. executive, il ,f a thai '
favorable results from it* operation ', be j".lly charged Uontht4| lioternnieiit since it' ,expelled fron Fkrtda. I the circuit CNr of tilt Dwtrkt Le authority. to wee en every face and 'Oftd humor reigned
The rece"Biendaii formerly submitted| to'ouit j became rreto jiurnie iu own tourae. Its d.al' TTew are other motive which would ergo b.ltrrer L, satdama.-sods power basin a I undisputed "UI. We Lave not room to give a !I

respect lo a graduation of the price ol the toablic logs with the Indian tribes lyre been just and I i the Government !* pursue tbi coor.o toward* neer Lean a erted or eltirneJ that court.- a full account of the ,rtecWi.j*. tfiir week ; but .
lands, remain to be finally acted upon I fnendlr ihioiigbwnt ; its .0'".. for than us data tire Seminole Tbe United State lass fulfil' U'iUia view Uibe MtJ meotaf there importantqaotiontf.ibejQjjmtntoflho at( .
l.ko the fair P M-Mi,ire i', who promised a
Having( round no reason lo change the anew i' lion constant and directed by ibis best feelings W.li. rood fink all their treaty stipulation 1 ciicuit.couitwatcarried .
tbta expressed your attention lo them i I. again I' of bun auilr jilt watchfulness protecting a with the Indian tribe, and have ia every other t y a writ of error 1 the Sal rem e ''letter next time." (for uiifoitunattly for na
tesMctrsilly requested. I from individual frauds unreiuiiung Iii' fotbe.r.t' instance incited upon' a like ptf ris>a.co of,I Coastal the United State. the opinion of bah the mail bad not arrived") w. can only
Every proper' exertion* hst been male ..udwill ) under the keenest provocations, the deep their ..' f.u. To reax tree UM* ulataryJ J thai tribunal, the duly i on the rOt Mt- likewise.
. be continued to carry out the wirhct of et injuries and the molt flagrant outrage. inn rub because the Seminolre Late maintained I !', Ur General wa Do an J.ed exeeutit duly, eo ,
Congress in relation lo the tobacco trade at indicated challenge at least comparittiu will any nation themselves so long in tie territory they had re.1|I but one of a inertly ..iai."i.1Iar. The Wo cannot, however refrain from part: 'ularty -

ia the several reaolutient of the ll. .B' ancient or modern in similar circumstance* and I liuquwLed, and ia defiance of their frequentand 1 grave cou.liiutioarq, ; *. bee n not cingUieJgraceful attractive nannert
of Kepres.utatives. end the legislation of thetw if in safari timet po wai ful, civ ilized, and hap solemn enfa fM ...tif continue to wage diecnspf. were. a.for. excluded from lie of ibe litll.J* wr girl,w La ptiytd ber pan with
"r'Debet. A favorable impression baa. I py nation ..f lsidiah..tall be found lo exist a ruthbss war against the United State*,..alel decision of the case : tie indeed, plyadmt.tirsgtbalwitboe '.*.- discretion .
vail been made in the different 'foreign dtuniriettt within the limits of this northern continent, itt not only evince a want ofconnancr on our part I cO essanidin..proper-'i a judgTMcnt and worthy riper yearn.Mxxicu

which particular attention baa barn directed[ will be ow ing lo the cont-uuiu.at.on of that pol* .1' of evil cramp!. iD our lakteosne wtfjiother iy I W the Executive no other department -Tho celebrated Cat tle! of San Juan
a/ although wt cannot hope for an etilyehangeit I ey whkh baa been to unjustly assailed. Only a tribe. nxpetwnce baarloia that lot,t can iaterftr by t*o writ .f maiHLmn ; I
, their policy, at in many of them a convenient very brief reference to I.etlln cunGr.aUon .T little ia to be gained by the march of arums 5541 the question therefore, rv+olvtd itself imp d. Ultoa. which baa hitherto beau >

lad huge revenue i* derived from monopolies in ihis'as-ertion can in this form be given,and you i through country to inlerxeted with inacce*4* thus Its Cor grecs tfon/rfrtd op.su circuit iinprrgnabU., capitulated the French tick ,
the fabrication and sale of thia ankle, yet aa are therefore, necessarily rrftrred lo the report bk swamps and marshes. stud which from the co.rtof this dia'rxt tap wet to **&such a adiog squadron outs 37ih Novtrnber last isle
that. monopolies are ttallJ1tjariou.Iand[ ,, of the Secretary of War for further detiils. Toj fatal character of the climate must to abandonI lint to ,, oCcer of the Gcceial Gov rnmtnl. lf bombardment with !...
equal facility obtained rrom ,Dot lte r and liberal 1 the Cherokee, whose erase has perhaps etch I ed at the end of the winter. I recoaiutod, e..iall.loperfvmi a !nUttiHt act ? a five hour and a h+ a
system of adminUtration ( wa cannot doubt thai"utr.na the greatest skate of attention aid sympathy, therefore to your anentio. the plan submitted tb serif have decided. it ha. if 4iO men among whom were 35 effieer. :Out

will be ."ntllII, crowned with sue* 'Ieasa I the United IS tales have granted in fee with a by tba Secretary of War in tie accom..'ing but have (oDe their feci.on neat tht prwcettof a portion of the squadron wtto engaged in the
if persisted in with temperate firninew i, perpetual guarantee or eicluaiv; and ,caaa lire report. for the pcrmaneoloccupilioa ol the let "lrb. in mf judgment, reader three double: husked frigate four ,
sad sustained br prudent legislation.Itrecommending I possession. I3&r 4l35 acres, of laud, on the titory freed from the Indunt. sad the mora af further inJtui enaable ta thopublic action ;
lo Congress the nef .ar,1 I west side or the Mississippi.eligibly situated,i in Learnt protection of the people of Florida from iouroti pro.i.il aUounUutUoo ofjastkc. tluort r f war. and at many bliss and bomb n..I. .- i
envisions at this session for taking the next ten '' a healthy climate, and in all respects better their inhuman warts on t. visa The whole blockading force e. &j.t." of '

or enumeration I of ihe inhabitants of the ed lo their condition than the country they luil.1 I I I r'olll.. report of aLe Secretary tao TJa I l boa ton;aince teen decided Ly tie Supreme 2ttxt vf all clatse, including two iteam 4e |
Jailed Slatet, the suggestion prerenl itself whe* :, sell in exchange for only 9,402.100 acre on toast he */. herewith transmitted it will appear that a Court that neither nor tie circuit
tier the .e.p. of 4Ds measure mighl not be use* aide of the tame trysts The United Stateshave larre portion of the disposable nasal sorer it eaurta of the ,Ib.th.a. within tie r aLipt.
I.U.II.od.d. by causing I. embrace autlien, i I in addition stipulated to pay them five mil either actively employed, orin stale of prtpa- species States pot test t.t.He power% in Two explosions occurred ta the Castle, the effects '
statistical return of the great interests spe'cutlj i I I I ion nit hundred thousand dollars for their inter I'I ration for ibe purposes of experience and dies bu it it vow held that this power, 'Gc'tin.1f ef the botrb which destroyed nearly all r

entrusted lo, or oecesssrily affected by the eat in improvement on the lands tout relin* pfine and the protection of our commerce. So lhctrbigh trtbanaj.to t fo met Ij the Con blh the interior of the Cattle lad its baIW,;. ,Una i |j jof
Irfialat;n of Con rt" I I quiahed. and one million one hundred .DcI.iul effectu has been tops protection, that to far ati auto lion. and t. tbe .: ) hat '
Th of the of'thauaand dollars for aubsislrnco and other beta LCO&rcl the etpl?tan. which look place in tho lower -
accompanying report Secretary ben i, the inforiaxlion of Government extends, not a by itt legislation, vetted i. the cucuit
War presents a satisfactory account of the sa to ', ficial pnrpot ; thereby putting it in their'we' single outrage Las been attempted 'on S .efts 1 Cur of.d.Uiuic No such direct grant or battery dismounted 170 piecet of artillery and ,
of the army, and of the several branches of the to become one of the most wealthy and indepen i carrying the flag of ibo United Slate, within post court of this L ,Uict ia buried in iu mint upwards of 200 men. The
public aervico Jonfided to Uio superintcridenceof dent separate communities, of the tame extent t the l.reMhtelf, iu .quarter, howtvtrdia'tantor d.ia.but it .been held to result by nere. tie 28th
French looic ed 2 o'clock
that officer in Iheorld.. lication flag was at on
exposed. my lapl from ec reel teeter of Uie
The Uwiocrartlnt tnd organizing the mi :tan y sly the Ireatiet mad and ratified with te SU.1 i i The exploring expeditkNi aaibd rRDIorr.s. law tbbaC.the court. One of these action under a {encral allure from tIN whole qua.

aatablnbmentof United State '..been near! amber, the Chippewai, the Sioux the Sacs fFotat.andtbe on tbe I9thof: Augutt la A and ibforntlion ba d u. Uw of Maryland the*, exf cr n. '
1 Ij carried into effectand tbe army has been ex- Winnebagoc. during the last been received of iu safe ,"inl.I the Itlsnd is* d at tbe time of the eta oa. lbl be ia feree By the terms of ee ttuatioa.! the French re- vl
tell T and usefully employed during the put year, flue Indian title lo eighteen million four Madeira. The best spirit tuimattt the .&.rs I(I ia that part o lie Uiatrkt by that State earn in possession of the CaalJe. the Blexicanauthoritiea
tea Mi. / I I I hundred and fifty eight thousand acrea bat been I o lid UC-'. and there is every re asoo to anticipate sad Ly U'ttia.. liwsa civil .h remain in full possession or the City
I would agaia call to your n |ice the subject I .llin bi.tNd. *lheie purchasethate been much from itS efforts muUt beneficial to cmnerc, aiDal(eaaef. I pr"11 e.. in Maryland. ., of Vera Crux exercising| !Mir function; ,1

fears-Deeted"lth and tw.ntial) to the miliitary do' | more exteniMve; than thone of any previcut year, ., and Lonorable to the aatioa.t ltl. .estabi.bed i. part of tie Dtoliku IUUU troop ta remain the remainder to go into
of the country, which were submitted tat o and have with other Indian expense, borne react I I / wJl be seen that no reduction of the rureenuw HncUad the C.nr.f King** interior. *

yea.d tht last aes'ion t but whicli were not ry beatify upon 'be Treaaa rl. Ttrey leu e.Low.' in commi'tioa it contemplaied. Ite un. ua the sorereif0. who. acPld.all Ifb.!+c The number or shot fired fiom the French

upon a* it supposed fur want of time The> ,' ever but a small quantity of nnbongbt Indian reul"d state of a portion, of South America oil of the Coei'Dt.* th .... f JHrtke.oiiinally squadron, w sa d to be upwards of MX; ,and from ,
flint *>rtnt of them is the organization of lands within the aiidTerrriloriet and the
imp ; render it I indirpentaUe thai our totrse ace it still deemed the Caulk about 1700.
the Aniline on the maritime and inland frontiers. | LegitUtnre and.F.xeculito were equally sensible should rcceit/e protection ia that quarter itad the to be P'U,t'e I coo,.on..n __ ; 41
Thil measure i*. deemed important and it it be: |I.f, tietiecthonuf",ol.rie-If a final and more speedy ex and'increasing in1ere.U embarked in the pa.efse. the "I.1, power lutn..o'I.-aln.* ',rtr" UU ucrtMu.Wennder r
fsrc hrvtd that it will furnmh art effective 'volunteer Indian liUct withinlho., limits. Then irate ..t ribs Indian c1 Clana .sea in UM whale |I oftsa.damw. not cnly toinftrir jnrbdklioniitf.amlcoiporalMnt. .ntn>eniandnron (

the ba.is* inlaid for or the regular army, and may for : treaties which were, with a r.inb3 exception.I j fitkems of the Pacific ocean and in the (ice bal ale lo ..;.." cni.nce hate been experienced by number
a reaer.1"Iem of organization made in rUflll.nCe.r previous appiopriation ix of 31s sic.. attention to t.l.titur. Con-nandin** i. .n
for the entire militia require equal o. then, t. King'* D. uf persons front a dictation who have Come ;
CItation of national'of the United Slam, Tlie far defraying the ex pens-*, have subsequently.1' ly I aid mail tqusdion may bo ent4oyed to t ..t their defy to*| in tai where on here la attend tie Land 2>alr*>. which are now t
a foundry and gunpowderaanfactory been ratified by ribs Senate, arid received ihe'ie great adtaaUge on our AtJ.l c rarest i. heat ,. p a vested rgbi, and no other speei fie for tAt third f IMS pot lllOne.. at UM very moment
and one for making small arm*, sanction f.f f'un' ,re.* by the appropriations ne sudden drniands for the reifchrccmenl ,f It
brier t eng t remedy. n** been b-kl,In the ass referred when the proclamation of the President drelars -
Atlefhany to be situated at| sums pwiiit west of Uej,| ceesary carry lliein into.(1. Of U. terra ( oiber 4alioM, in .id.ag overcbint sue). in di** 1.. thai A lU ZNrra Court af the U : ." ed them in the market. Many i inditidn* b tiara t
debt mountains, all appear lobe of ail ffi* ,r upon which these iinporunl negoci.tion were !i area', IN affording active service It an addition* abythe e.Ina n. rendered incompetentto t Georgia. South Carolina,and wtber States., ir.- i
Importance to be again urged upon you r i conrlodcd, I can speak from direct knowledge, I al number of ofhcers. and in vi4tin( ribs differ cxerci power,add at tie ctrcvit court filled here at and inconvenience '
1&IIaIIM. expense
The and I feel l..o difficulty in affirming. that the mire e-lent |.orts .( the United Sutc, aa accurate of this district it a court of general ju, ?itti.n to purchase the public land, but on tlicir amval
fir the plan distribution proposed b/ she Secretary orr.r rest of the Indian in Ui!.1I.II.i.. lrri'oryctn* knowledge of rehash i. cbviou.'r of tbelli&t.c.tim iu ra e*at Connnon law.and the L ;Iit'.1 cowl oforiginal were informed thnt the ales were postponed fort ;
of the forcea of Uie United '! braced by theist is to be paid for at its fair value
Owen h. time of j lance. jurisdiction in the Dia'rict. aLe rijtlM t :ninety dale Ia it right that the people slniukla -
peace ia well calculated lo pr ) and that no more favorable terms have been rite attention of it cal i prier 1M writ of
Ma Congres ropectfuDy rnandaoiiit it incident t > i i' bo thnt lunVd with Will the Govtrnment
trau'oo reularity of the and economy, in the fiscal admin i'a a,;, granted to the United State, than would have led to that fiortion ol the report recoa.mendiogau common U. p'wer*. Another ground relic fray the expense and compensate for tha'1ms d'
of terrine, to pieaer the disciplinlbo e '. b en reasonaUr ex| ectod in a negociatioo with increase in tbo number of smaller teasels, upon to uvainuin the power in question I*.that and disappointment occasioned by the reliance
troops, and to rcnierthem available for I civilized men, ally capable of appreciating and and it. .
J f other suggevtiorn'rontiined in that doc a included by fair erwtrottanaip th** p ow of lhee the faith of the
ttanuiotanapce or the people proebma-
peace and tranquility of protecting their own rightt. For the Indian t ti.i nnient. Tbo increase and silo it
rtptd wide et touted
*s j et I'e a to lb. circuit courts of Uie United nation It i* to bo there will not boa
coantnr.. With this view likewise, Ire' tie lo I'G,: H.!J7''fel. acquired since the lib of 10 I iur commerce which it every Cay seeking Stair, by the vet**io provide far tbe more conTenientorginix.ilionofll /Krfl*
commend the I postponement
hat adoption of the plan presented Lv March the United State have paid t72.-! J new arrnuct of profitable adventure-tha bpi >. rourtl., the United
officer for Uie defence of the weatcrn fiat ,,( *;, in t'crmanent annuities,lands. ra erva. i J lute necessity of ..ullore. far in protection I State" seared 13th of..ebr1lultIfJ Ie tiatlh M
The preservation of tIe livea and property lions for Indiana, of removal and rub! | the : KNCERS.: *
el eipenM precisely in degree of iu extension due act e UWnhirj j rasa circuit court .this Di.trieLrlHtd
sir fellow I II In the 8eh,.
cilitena from
who ate fettled the .u+Ina.merchindiumecbuse.l.nd. r.cett Empire Ch.rlttton-'Col.
bsad.r upon "* regard to the national right and honor-tbe re- the ZTih of February IU. toa.ftdupontMUOIIrI'nd.
country, aa well aa the existence of tho ral establishment* and implementa.Vlien the collectiwn of its former exj-loiu and future Iri I II the in.Jres tbere .f the t:. LFinley & My. 3 ftlvisea Finley. \1rs.
"wan population, which may be tempted by our heavy incurred the United a talesand I aamopower i rinney A. 2 children Mtw S. Mrs. '. '
expenses by whenever ucorKir. a
**.1 of outpha opportunity pre eola itself al were by tn* law* vested iq the circuit I
Billow J.
preparation to rash Ion to their own do* the circtimrrtanco that *>o Urge a portion of which wo may rightfullr indulges from the el"'I com I of ibe United Stale tod m lledrkk A tervadtt. Jon. flava.
Mrct i
will be forever untaleabbj mercst bar
territory pcrieneo of the all the the raid ,
.. to past teem to point to coulrut thil ibe repeal) of tho '''lMft'
require that this subject should be acted are considered and this ta 'I Mitlkan. EGar,John ZyblraJamea Dowuej.PAS .
sipo.i w'bout price navy' a tutt el& (our national darn liaised aet, which look pUre io the next
delay and the War Department that for which the United States rU their own q.-u. year.
fence and did V
"*" a proper legisUiivt enact sal divest the circuit court wfthw District
Plea**" d to place that coniify in utata of co ,' lands, no one can doubt th.t |u.tice his ibis n rnr.A.'lire. tV anthoriit indispute.lat left it aCill Clothed .. .ItrR/r t 1J_ = .1

dtftnce .ib.1 .nl..ault (roan the nu dune lo the Imlian In these nurcba.e*also. Cer- I pro,m. and condition the root OfCcoUrpartinent with Ikepowera over the tubjoel ..". Hit Dec. IX- Steamboat \ -:Gastpn. Freeload, 1
,JJJJJ'Lor iced df'r.arllrd'tne wvwke tr i be."ich art congregated lasts it ia.Uialttte Irtntactioiu ofUns Federal gov* j will Le.en by tcdrencc to else re' I Admitiiftf that the ad ptkn of the law of ''lItlah. I Jay Gwvtrourcnt.Stores., to Opt.

It eminent with the Indiana have been uniformly ,'Uft" the lust M4.r General. 11*extent of oar). >l f., a portion .this district confers oa J. )'cK... .
sincere; pleasure lo bo able lo aprnt characterized by a sincere and paramount dry re ,o.d. covered .. Dee. 13 Packet Schr. & 4
of post by nail cwuirxts, i* stated rirvir* rt ,thereof ia lha I portion the Iran. Stephen France.
vion you or Indiana the entire. removal ofthe Cherokee to promote Unlir welfare, and it most be a awurce lobe 134H and the aunnil iiamnnrla* cede. extra judkjal prerogative power of the 31ageo.: ho'ir*. Mcrchandistl lo auudiy. peron I
.. their new hornet west alibi oftbe highest gratification lo every fiiend to jus* lion upon then 31V.Ktl. Tie number of Court Kin;'. flinch, in England or that either *. %" .
gssn.ippi.; | be measures authorized br Con- Uce and humanity learn that notwithatanding swat &tiCt. tithe Uniiod State s* | .iac.at na list session will a view to the long the obstructions (rpm time In lime thrown in ita rapidly nueaa",. The gro** rcveaoo for the lion authorize the former court to issue a writ of ion.34 houn. Merchawdixe. lo J J. IKdnca. .

V itet controversy. with them have bad theeffects. way and tie diflicnltjet which have arisen from year, ending on the 3Uth day of Jono laM, wan mandamus .. 'aa officer of the United Stale, to J. L. '.Jon. Jo*. Da)a. L. Eli... II. W. Drmer- i
i rat. IMID the Dy an tenement concluded the peculiar and impracticable' nature of the In.disn fiJ&i.liS. The accruing cxpenJiturr. tiOOJfci ,- compel kin lo perform a minittarial duty the eat, P. Benel.:. W. Henry J. Ri:. G. DartJeU.
I. i' tom.andi8K general' in that dt..t1fr. the wise hamant..ad undeviating *, oxcaaa of expcudilurea :1I7.| *ftX- !,nrreare, iaenertipcetlheaame, Tho T. & H. Ilewlett.J. C. Clebnd. O. Howard.
I j *TVllriban lie sa the performed the duties.icu.d policy of the Government in this, the mod difficult This ha been made out of Ibe.urpbi* prev ,a.* result ia either caM k>, that tho officers of the D. E. Out & Co Mrs. M. C., S. Rudman.
'MC.....it occasion their with commendable ouerc v* of all our relations foreign' domestic baa I ly on Land. The cash oa band oa the 14 in-, United Stale*, stationed ia different pant of the I A. Alvarex. E. Crnpv Jot.Ntleon. Lot Clarke
,, removal' bat been principal7 at lenctlilletn ja.tifi.eI to the world it itt and N.
.a4er lies conduct of near was 311008. Th revenue fo.b ea, end United State, are,in respect to the performance Henry.Dee. .
their own chiefs, and approach to a nappv and certain consummation ing June 3111 fiLe .20.-Sen. Osetr. Soulhwka.
"1 wat f than official-.lu..jtct to .''fr.ntt'a..d 4 partengtr -
ava le .C'O .
tun, .mi".tecI.ithoul any apparent relnc I The condition of the tribes which occupy the that fettbe j ea ea."c. J..3. 1937. Tb.eipandituref a different .." """" UMMoiathoSuteato *.

The .atut.ral) country set apart for them i i. highly prpsnerona, of department bean gradrr one rule, fad theism ia the Dntrkl Columbia to SAILED. 1
I l.rortlQ,. .ceo.pli..t or 1 this most and encourage the hope of ihnreaily civilization aced ipso the amicipanoa of a largely" inrcate another, and a very dif eseat .... Ia the Ota- Dee. 13.-StatAer Charleston HetUrd.
object the
; remov l, also of the entire They have, for the runt abavdooed lha
part ed Black
revenue. A mvicntf curtailment .mil trio their efSe ialcvctfotl It abject to a judicial Creek I J

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r 3t. Af*.,;*., C.1'.. Vu. It. 136.StALtU For Salt, St. Auu.tl Fancy & Dry sate lo regulate the polke( 9U AugujtfJfe, O. .. Ur ,

: PKOrOtf v. eodomd .. Pre LOT in the Cy of tft Aa|.iuoe.aiuatcd GOODS STORE. pseMd2J \. ., 1831. "I a. ClncqLATINQ ARH .

t carats s a. bndio and a'u se we your A on the South west coror of George and I lUC SUDdCKlOCR! baa just retaroeJfioin.New d... 1. be i it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen I. AU p+fIOQ' wisbm c1eReR

\ the Sebastian mu.11 be received Cradle .trre" Kppn'tte Mr I Dcart'a ?totc, JL York with a "rl' tad eWgtutfl ef the City of at. Augustine, That every library will pffbe g bow et of "-

tj the underlined at U.ia plate until the 9.h frontitijt aboot sixty! three feet on George rreet, supply ...r ...IUw. CiOUD:5, c.mpri.i., every free person of color residing or eomlnj! within I what iy. wiHbi,...leu from, c.ta",..
January,153J.| and one bandied and .i"I, .n Cradle .lre l. %artIf of Dry Goods. Fancy article boU#, Ih.l.m.11 of the corporation, shall register his 2. AU Strangers
The bridge not to "'Cf' d three hundred feet Al.of 4lnrtof |..i.ditiiatedoathc! wet.t ehocs. llals.at>d Ladies b.onct.-fe>gtbcr with or her name with the Clerk: of the City Council : ,aha.lh. ..toboob mutt .lure r. ...Ii". '"

In length and tenl fire r1 la wtdth. with bank. rf the tirrr 3lalantaf. shout tit miIe.l a. st...taKu* of p.,fllllM" hardware and cut* Those ".id at within the limits of the City on returned. "wrowm onJ the '

double carriage wsy.luJo ", .Ih..hd a tiling on South (rem the City .l ttt. A.at iNe. aid half Wry* AH of which are fut sale on .ccommodvnog or before the jSril *t/AVterwief ensuingandthose 3. No subscriber 7 s1e
each .id. roAr feet i igh, to te contlructcd or Mouhric'a Creek.Ttii ".r.\11 IIUTHER.Silks. limits at time, within will U a n."
.'J. upon a mil fiottt the moatb term* t"ulw..ba, the any wore than one set of boob 1 to ..,.
chirred piles of oak or pin*, h'aihcd! with e..p* hart i- very advaoiagro tr situated* rwt write, black and CoTcd-huge aerunen!. itrte days after their entrance, under the penalty out extra pay at the lilt u.. wit*.
t- Ir. with four row of psi. in the length the only fur planting, c.atrIUI, but well afafdapleacant 'I Ratios, do do.M do. do. of fine and imprisonment, at the discretionof 4. An p rsoae.

piles& in etch row to btu fret apart. and h.akbr residence. The toil fmatiag Florence tidk, d. .. do. do. the Mayor ami Council. week wall, be charged keeping boob mars tlioa oa.S. .

... r ''ill proposal, mutt stile ?istinetly d.. diman- on rise| net taint t.eU adapted. the rnfciiaiwa black silk Serge plain and G3 rJ. Veltct Cusiton .- fee. 2. U* U further ClrJ.ained.lb,1 every free Anl.bgcb lake.lI'r.
,ion. end kind.( timber to be natd io the' cvneiniction tif the orante and rnulbrrry, H confiJeajtl/ r-* I iatiosadgacURibboo .on of color, ...idinillin the limit of this lorD 0' damaged in rrom lb. Lbrt fy. sad ..
; and the lime to construct tb. 'I' ... ,. ...i* Sarcenet Taffeta and per an r way mote
repaired rommrtidrd to all wbo ck-it. .tI.e r : s corporation. .h JI suet a white person a* gars mon wear the dam. rhea the ha
j r. bridge. ,: dewco. It it kn?*. *t star ,,,'. pUce, AM-/ ga.,. Cap Ribbons Crape LWMVU *. I dun,.s. or before the first day of 'oremhetnett, G. It will bet eted, lDall be paid (or.
The Cae-ew.y not to wetted two thoa..nd to rirrr.n: 1't/N8. \ : andbX Cupeall.1 Ciapet dully R.U-. | oboes name shall be presented to the Msyor, lo I,. read, they will np be th.t u.00. u Use hooka
fret in length, aud the roadway to be Iwrtily its A.NTOMO ALVAUIIZ. CbalicytUcss farniUre Fringe figured 3lo.'in. '!, be approved or not by the Council.ce. I tetnroa d.

fret in w.dLh.ill.. a contra aurfre one foot Nor. 29. 266w.i1lTil; Ocl...;.. green Gar and figured Vest : 3. be it further ordained, thit every free For eieh volume TERMS.
.bo,. the hifi sustained b a ,..et. I, after per week
water mark > llil'. of color who thill be found at large : Subscription fur I 121 esnla
meat wall of tout, two feet wide at t"p, with ; Dtatk! Use Illcfk. and Silk Velvet*. sa--n of ll e Cbntch lleU.t ni hl. (or on its Do. 3 month' ,...."-. .

an exterior slop Clr (I-Ci) one siiiH-ibe Input 't IX weeks from dale.1 will appt/' .the IIoo.adreorU I Cotton VrlteU blk.c.U. and fi
the wall to bf one foot above the road "y-uUI. s the J County Crust /& JoriMLeVcrtof Plain ... figured bolbinets; jcwcet, swias, ,. 31) without the Tkkttof hisor her guardian, >,. J2 do. iK
t let for the water (torn It.. auifare road way to j County for Admini'liation oa lU w I croMbarred anJ Mull Muslin*. shall be taken and fined hot lea than two .

.. be dril lcd: thrnugh Ibe wall atiutenalaof thirl) j tateoflubu Iluettasdeceasrd.J White ad Wad dotted Fulle fur Veib. I I I dollars fort)'.up brat offence t nor leas than five I. The CATALOGUE Abbe... 2 vol.Or nOOKS

feet.The )1. rOXTA a:. Fig i red Di apery sTttead Laces dollars for Ike second offence s and in case ofI 3. IhrI0'R..do
underlined reserve to hiutaelf. or for I Nuy.2J.! :t6.Cw.; Insetting and Ugingss Cambric Paging aad I of the fin*, in receive nodes than M, A Father'. .
1 any person charged by It.. Unred: tflat** with lu..itiiic* ; Itloaid Ijtff I I I lathe for the Crt ff.ne,. ; not more thin Legacy,
i the construction i>f the' work, the- right !
and oversee lb. wlale, and to t-jest at any rTa1Tl:: I LM,inp{ l tu.*tls Lace.... lUlgm: I| thirty the di-erciwnof the Mayor and Council. 7. Souvenir and IVItrn Sonrst.

\< .I tint' any part of the wok not cui usual conformity w nth the contiact. I II L/ /:>', I'nsutatsfIAICa11s4Jtatu s Mlk' Fringe for Maiilillows worsted Laces I II of coltr" may be given tronthly) ; us.!... 10. Talee of Downing,

The work to be paid for .. the aan.e shall be ft ..t..ricA. d. borrby dtd lIe **d ...a.. kn."-I I Cahcp: Rubella l...wfe Mautau.fW ....a .'. tk-prraotr boiler Hereof shall be wont acted ot tome of. II. ':l. The Liateiiet Romance

s iotttovud and retencJ. tuata |M,blic: .. wit: be baud alit Augustus.Is. I Frtmk Ituwrrsakd (!.'1....... i fence .in,l the laws or city ordinances ; in 13. Nautical Remises.2 robs
ROUT 31. McLANF.. the '''<<'fld''y Clr riottda OH Monday Ike frtb I I tMrkh; |Va'bI'...... )..,aboall. II I which rase; be shall" be required to produce a newi 11. T. III of 'set'
U.at, Topographical tiittetri.X. tf .. fur ibo d.. ... l .f tbpMWiicUi.dtwHlMnilielin.iUvf .... Gloves, : her the IJIIN.
Jay i\eMitM.r i .1. *| \\ ..il.*,W* k and ct4 ted*.IlL. pie-nie ticket for every time he H absent from Lit or 15. 1C- The Wept
4 I tie.MudcrMeMiHcit Kid. L rk.u. lMkiin end menu.l;lavc., I home after the lime specified in the 3d l. of IVish-Too-W'ale.t ask.

'on. .f' Afttit Drc 10,..I&*tt towu...ip. and fraction t.w...bip.i. the L*.lnHida &U*k s, C. Ur.. :S.'J"f' ckha silk. SBerio*. lambs te pti ta r','n of lbi ordinance.5th 19 17., 2U. Stanley UiJeipline.2 HUlto,oi a,2 ......

'.. SCALHD PftOPOoALr.tnd.Med | rvw Land UmiKi, to will wuol sad .u.t Under Shift* sod Draw* | be it futther oidred, that no free per 21,22 l. Lin. ,
g iiuknia; or repining a Road( at.d .,dash, f/lAe limit 1.1..e! Last e/fie XttUin. er.. of enlorw h..absent him or herelrrrom this 23. of Bandill and RobLe"I ,....
constructing the bridge. end Causeway ihffeon I'stains Sun...hip. ,i. 2. 3,.. ai
with the eicrpliou of the bridge and C4ii.. ry. lttervir.nre twenty thrrf.Tuwnaliip .1 (crest q".lil" ssd bur. i I ruing fools the .*rt.cuUr business for which .
..war nvet the : l. tfebattfon. from tit. Augustine. I. Y. 3. and 4,aid fi ctrtwJ) Uwn ;,'k w.rottJlambs. noil. "' ,,".. ..,baitqh. leave is gnuteJ-,1'| *11 permitteil |>i return to 2P Trials and Trinrnph
I. 'ioolata."will& be recrhed t'llh. uti'lritif ihipS.uf range twenty four.T and r.ac'&tCI Hosiery. .shall .istinI 27. Kingt't, Own. 2 'oi..
mur r
if be .b o ending p
the <*
at this place until the Vih of January, I:rj.I ..wu..hip. I,2aad 3. of rang twenty Cte.Tuwuvhip I 8op.rior l'ck" .tnVlofU.. FTorrnc plat. Tu. I rrt-irnmr city t to thf or city, the person so onemhug 2 Deminc's! uCte1.: 2 0..
30. Belinda
, I The road nut to cacccd vijjitet inks iu I I, of range twenty at*. cun. iVfUh straw |)titih >,1.0'.. and I fined amt imprisoned, at .
- i _____ length, and thirty fcrt in width. AU urges to be i rr.ilH>n4l Towush.p. 1.2, 3, sod 4. *f range Colored Straw u..t.I"I'.ltMr.lloocI.. I'i; shall. .be'apprtLenCeiJ.of the Mayor and Council. 3132. Scottish Chief.: .. 5 tot.
Uie fi cr*>ti>Hi 33. '
; cut down _it inches bchm the sufs 'e. AU ,.: i wrnt) .ru-a. Prrfumeiys :bow.. (.:3 Mnmcnt *f nen'., women further uncaused that no alive orPeIt4P,4 Rura'ity.
where the water setthja at any time< face of the Ilar4wraodcwlry; ,
paper i the mouth r.f the St. Srbastian Kittr dr by '
le.e thau four feet wide. U I Ij : towwhirti; |, 2, and 3..f rangetwrtttv L i-tf. : of Foil Peyt. n. or the (l,..".** on Ana. 34.37.: Lecture Lif 1 of black in Hawk
iVlaeucause it required. .. I Prussia
w-ajmg -
j --- the In-
S should be raised about two lest *bo,e Jostl'rf'lye Due list asl rAft 'file JlcrU;... .'.0 lire. ;' tatM 1.1&..... during the continuance with his of her mat 40 J American 2Jung.ter! ,
rA..t'l .
t unlr in :
i lDak. con.uue.ed upon a food Tuwn.Idp !..u( r.i.getifhictP.TMWiuhip II | dims wtr company s 41. hang Pvms,
i s I IX \\'ICKS after date, I wail apply lo the let *rj *n. 4\nl.1..t free person of co I
I cinn, or left e:,d br.s.b, late a -{*.and 0, of rauge nineteen or : > 41. baron )Manchauten
i.: and five width when .' / Hon. thejudgeotb. Coubly Cw*.rt "f 3Ujwbn oif-mlms ain l tin linince.: ahull, be ape 43. Lusts of
J feet in swers- i
1 : twenty ; y T.".u4iie| 1.2,3.5, ndO, of raa.I.'I. ,I Jiscretiun Etiquette.
tiff the !'| C..ustvt lvetur t>f AjiM.nUuatmi.ou >iM!.|. tiitctiattd imprL one>| at the! 44. Naval
1 : I cross drains wiU be required!<< l tars: r wa j 'Tuwsa.lupe.2.3. sad oftaMfe '..ehl.-e. prrr and Patriotic Songster,
let from each vide of the e JU-CW'1 I, Fractional: <*.a.hiptuaasbil.s2,3,4, and .' UM-IUufof FCU.NA.MlO: M. AKUI.Dn.NlMi. or the M nor and .ALlernten 45. Amtro and [Manor.
The Hrid-fi mutt be twenty let wide anJ j,,,6...l ran"* twenty too IjuM. Isle ol ...*t l'l nda. .:e I I" (I' I'." Attorney fruut UM wiJaw" and .. .i.* of or rice..hstl kept or nN fire arm* wittiiii: .
.' constructed at ordinary mad ilrtd:" Township* 1,2,3,4, r,sad G,of twentythrr tarry 47. Scenes f American W..I...
I I I I I The direction u f the road N Ill 1 be p
in the contract. | Ta..t.i".* 1,2,3,4,5.; and C,of rat-:I twenty :I I lire 4. _ 21n. ;_ ; ny wiUikinwn,.ror gnardian. or carry concealed 4J. 511. The "M and New \\VtJ.2yots.

I i, Tli undersigned ,ervet t<. tiint.clf. or fur 'I (out. '.UT/t"l-n. Si 'jCKultl.liLR. :* ifeb.17.na weapon nr any dr.rnplir wf atev r.the under disc 51. G'!. The Polish Chi nlvJ.,.

,r I. j any p f.on charged by the Unitnl Mateitli Tow a.hil"' 1,2,3 4,rs> and C.J rahre I"esty rtciandm.J l:al.a hiw 1-.1 U' p.0,!ly rf fine anal inipriinm nt. at i fj&: The: Library of KuWou.Ct..1. ,
and Ahfermcn.h. .
} I tlaeaanttncrionuf: thewo.k,11..sight l.. inj. *ttan Gre. tr-Ion.r UM Mayor -. I Cora'iti.: :
J over .e the whole and let rt- -t at any lin.a u 4..1 I of (.spay are aWrtby uwt6V flat an kcUvn !'+ b- iir.rib-r..rtliinr.|, tlntrv: .rv rI"e pnranot.sItteuunsg 55. The Cabinet I..r
f. 1."t+ tovcn.laip dm- History
range tasty w iS UIU *t tin Court !(.... in th. i ily u( within itebrniseof'hicity,
t any purl not contracted: in strict conlorinit/ j' .\1 the saw place. in rttiitinuatiun.coMinrtuin* ?L A.C.*..... on the 'rt MJj in Jakwary .. ttse !-kek..o.ru'hl..
I. \ .... with the eO'ltract.i' iiwnt .liiuly trp.tl I.nn..elf .IM| bu-iitm* In L7 ,
M. ,
i U's .V"..!.jf tU mirtcrtk *./ArrMiUr cut fur r.r. .'....-.kllt.1Id Uirrciora. KKhnietl 2 It.t.J. .
The road to he paid for a* the earns shall. be sat, .c.a 4 >l )AUyor. .UftnU: *>f whieti he miv be fined awl : '
r Utfdi.pual of the puMic ....... witbiu the liuaitt fit). The \I.n' .:,rn D.2 'o ..
I't ioiucctcdandretcittd., I! Cntllra"l- j u.prsneJ at tht di.xrttK>n ,>f the Mavvr: an.l At .
I! of ihe olidrnieiJioiieJ tvwi..Up* aud.fiactioual by order of tie Dmrd of Director. Cl.l!! :-elr.C..nuol.! hole.
I K01IT. M. SlcI.\\: : dermcn.
7 tO"ltlllM./ tO wit I I I, ft I. The Three Ilutnrte,
j .. I Ueul. T"r-'Irar.ie" 1int'fI': bacl& s f Ik ia.e 1isr. aal.ut '.fk..niri.n. I K. b. Gltlbd: tDee. <<'ft" 'I' Passed an4 anprovcJ. '*J (Jet. 1W.F. r.l.to.;': Di.cinli'ie.2 volt.Cf .

f.. I The St. Auf.ti..e >fMt. <;hail.-i4 and Ale' 1".11..1.11'a..1.l ... and tivannah ; .hest I II. Clark
% I corv' .i is *- h cr of range fuurtccii.TowiiiiiHi s IGC' r .IV. Triv.N in b khir..2 ids.
Y liecrfian: will p'e..e inert the atate sad 1'lo.idsaa.it T.t.bu te. will tin. pabh b Nor R.-Thirty minu'e after ttetineingoftle
10,11 sod 12. f range Cfuen. 70.71. Re fusee ir..ltoer'ica.2 ,or".
.bllh, 9ih leIJ J. and forward their tlie abut uos.te'ti 1 the firt MonJjy in J mnary Catholic Cb.. ll-ll. all .I..u. and free
I January '1'iwaddl4) III. II..ud 12. ..f range .iaireu.TowMhi a tca personsj 72. Col. Cnaekett's'roar,
I and sesJ their bUU tu the fur
J l ", accouut to thia nflico. |" 111, II. ':t. atd 13, of rante .even- aul.tkmrat." Secretary tots j c. lar, ate rrq-iinrd to bf at their respective 73. :... Owen's Voyage,? "!..
1 i hoKn... 75.71s ruiuI.2 vol*.
Ilxccutor'ac.. I Iccu.T..wn.hp7! at.Jfractionall.nn.Lip.11.and ', milJLYJa. ; SItS. .INURCIV: :; Lauintja' 1 retstu -- '- -- 77. G-nikm4irin Clack.

T .. Wll.L be uld at It.. late PI.JC"-IK* of Jtli 12. [wr,lff Ari"Contlu'a dais] ai>4 townbip t eel from Ct 4ilr, ,'tn l-j the l rHic. ..d'.r : I t11'I'. i Ctl" 7i.: InJitn \V..,..

I deed, (Uuval County, no) 13. ..c tasge rnLtres. |.., sate a {rural a.*ilmeslitILe Uc.t and ST. JOHNS, J.:. FLOUIDA.f t 79. Th Nun
t1 the nr.t Monday in January an at. botwern 11.1 T"wi<*litps7and e!, and fractional township IIW"I (...bivn.L.' ..'I....... ......i..i..J tof ,. ttxjti>.ii of its-: new Town n( tft.JL eO. Travel* in South America.

r houra of 1U o' I..e", A. )I. and V I'. )1.! on! .... 0. [n.*4thof.\1f eI..uJ.>'s cia....J lr.. t...ti. I.".... 'I IU.IIiL.. a-, \ .. .. fro man, logrther with care articles ofliou I slip l bold and kitchen furniture bin**. Vadviia, u I brown do. c..!.",. of th Ca.. nlsie in.l in fact, ev
"' l., t 13...(,."'O! ,.P.."). :! trips f W: *. P"7.i-?. 89. G 11 l Bla.. 4 ,.....
t.. ; I AUo, the Plantation/ atiTMeKe, JMf Ilnu... i .|'.w .'l. p_ :. ktid e, fractional t 'wn... ? 9, Army .\. :\aty 4... err |>ro.l't..' known i:. M Miilir iaitti.hit thrust'** 9U.91. -li:+ti>ryi.f England i, ..
'I. 'fit en the road fr.m Jacksonville'. Black Creek i ("tile!, ,.f .\"rd.J. d.i....] (dMitJ) town ,,,'oW41.1..11 kl.i.- I\IInloI. O4tr>* W tai I I 91. The Ciiminal CilenJar,
t f". '" (the late r *idei ce of Ilir dacca.i-J ) '! hip V, l.i...iUi f,f .ltredvudo'. ,hags, << ru nl Vr.vtl. )I.kaa.I: aiik l la 11. fJ. .I |'ot luul..I., nn aitniti.tu in tics t""i".rae CoIn : 9J. Ar..!.ian Nithl*.

;a On the ame day, and at the .an e tintf, will t.. :t low ul lap 12. [... hired, three 'likely I i>1 iitiiiun ',t'U(*. .Ivr one j to.uhip 13.t* i 'ntwrtity one. [I.I C".ha.. :! wI-f. I'uckst 1I..ucL(.. bass and b-ia-Mj o4 K>r-ttion Tbt hivcr opposite; a* I !9;. )7. I'eu SitniJe. 2 vol*.

i ,ear, bcluucinr to aid e..a'.. Iuiiur l'unu*hqs 7. cud t?, tad that f..rl a !on. 'I prddets. sad :hax.. '} b..ntrd- irs f.,fa .<( Use finest qmtitjr : the fi....l I !K tf?. Mid lifptnin Easy 2 v-4*.
' : ituouN. retv.JackionuUlf Also. ....H .. .f made Clndi.ill. .. t> .ler bt wM.inl from their, nitite bank
i 4. .Lip*J. In',. II.and 13. I)i..I..t.r Atred...dVatUuw. c s *ort 4M r ady may .I ID). The Pirate Jr Three Cutter. !.
"d t Nor,, 3J. 1t 3d. ..,.l l.w.ship It. of r i-K. twenty twoTo .wdt n all Ire wW.s aquatic li ..... f.r wttliin e jpttt* *>f tau hour. anJ the wiNida- in 101./ l"2. p.ch.r Many Tates.2 vok 1..

-- r. *nfthij! *7, tJ. y. 10. II, I:. and 13.of rangetwcnu c..... I 1 the rear al.Himl in damp. I I ll 3. ||)4. Jicoh Faithful.2' yt l.. .
; w Iron I'on ml r> anti .llacluiie tl' ate '< They frtl I g"V,,ful 1 1 lb* ciliz*.nff ft. .\..j...- Wi kit sit iHiSrs: are the Ii ,11ai.is, the fin It 5, lit*. IU7. ChiMrroof! the AbtIW -i
1 .. ...,. .. f, cams in East Fki'iJj. and in clievtcinit *
MI or. Tuns.hys7t,9,10.II.32ard 13tfrange tine liar ibnr $ plih>hit* htf aid e t r sate r ( IC9. Kathn,the Reefer 2 vol*. i
) r r lit: .def.i.1 h".I,,., plea.rre to it,fIrti, |wril four.'Tuon.iiilas7h,9ID.. I; |>Mf. tb:nmht' lo !. girt, tXiug in tLeir : tf Cedar Hic.ruock. awl mub other i I.IU. III. Cousin Nkhohs 2 yot.. -J

J" 1' hit friend and the put lic. that lie has n"win I II, 12, and 13, of rangetwentt j i 1 I power U merit! a conim-aal.ti of it rnhaatavtlutble (linJ In add every induces I li Ivanhw, by W. aott. t

successful ocratioii.li JI.Il.I: CI:' fi.... .No :2.1119. .. 1 m-nl fat the cultivation. of a fertile! back country.I 113. 114. Memwitsof: a 'Peerets. ..01.oo
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The ealea will oach be for I II I TV, oU Kin- SmJ: from SL .\tijn.:ine inl.
w..u.i..d .he as.d
r' au a.teet must kept two pike
''''I.ruu.raa. open 115.: The Y Wife's Book
":+ ciple.' ar>d it prepared Io receive s den lor (unleaa the lands are aooncr diapoa.d of.audrolofgrr t tI I F(1/lo/1.711tr1'/-el Ilc r. I ? J .hn.. r ill be openeJ imtnydiitely.& ;anti a I I KG. 117. The Water ung Witch 2 viJa. 'u

a 'V i?_ (-1+ CAST IN(id 01 all d. 'cri'tw>nt. wltnli be |>r_( I l and n. private eartnr* of Und tm tW I Iluwi X* II..r uz.&. FHhun ')laLttlc.r. Frrry e 4aWil>e.| atra. its oiL JwliiM Kiv r. to j jItrnwet' 114.i Arabian Eotertainmeuta. r;.
.\ .. (T 9, a *. t>n retail. fat ..Lnt.t.on an.l the rout from tti< I'
tniae to etecute with ne,tor,a and d"ll ttrh.aud I hip MI < -rrd, will be adoiitud teeUse. qr. pit sp 'rr-11 | nee II). Sketch of Illinois,
\ t atprkea that will nut cieerd iu e'|* :M*. 11.'lral".a) of the two werka. Three \ill t.eI family.fvr pets by .. t-i contiune t :"u 1h". '. ; thus .forming direct I 121. Fe...'.. iolraphl. 't;
I i .n, that may t. in'pnrt*>d. t tt I ex Iwded from tie sates ben is prnclaitard. bwl* I X..y.23. b F.. CAUIl A. CU. ,| commanicali. wl.wh'wiSl sa'e one d.,'. jouray 111. The book of Hearts.1W. '/
IIi. MAClllM'tiHOr will be ton alien ',: 'r<(.ropriai* l for the u.. of Kb"{.. nihttry or --- -- -- I in th. ili-'ance, axcurJiog t" the present line I Ifi sician't' r12L
'1 FilII. : FiNI. : : Filii : : : vu Jafk.,.",it:.. Family '
nthrr alto lands ,
bout the middle of l\o'lIull, and <*iu llten... pwrp uu. cotrrrd by private '
".t !Ii prepared to receive order far hTATlU.NAUY I jCutifiiiutdcUima. aoneyedt unawn<<,>". .ael I 1 TN" '. rakt d Salmon |. ;Iran. |.....:. .n.1 veU r f any tonnage which j jI j,I I'::I. Trratia-ion Robbtn's J Journal Astronomy
t and LOCO3IOT1VI: KNGt.NCS.AL I I limla to whatb pntate claim are .n.drcl..K" 3 h.lf as". .p. I ')Iarl.enl. ran sister the Uiver. may at present approach t.i3tl
1( 15. 'rhe Tu I
0, thn e not jet l-tn roaGru d! Ly law, Ugetibe I 3 kegs 1J"lt"1I Irrnng. witbn feat .( the pin.,., and a good wharfwiH llill.
U I AU kind of MILL and MACIIIM.KV | _i.Ie.U quarter auction and fra tmnal a itttt. y L ...... S.s.cJ :'al...... on "Iw, br I I :It* i t.ntdatrl., open for pn(>be convenience.TWfra.ni 12G. Thf Myateriuua Monk.bulwer,3HI
127. Eugene
t which be s ... v. bats are<.. feet from the Giver ai < Anmby
AU order. frotnlbetctu.tr wilt W ngul.rly may cut ih*,rby.sod therefore toads to n. I I. Cuts: A CO.
) I Ii. I I LIP Ea41'Ve.I. 2 vols.
'. attended to.Applr j rr-qiire new ihdii i.iou when such d...... .1uJ.| -- oftcc LI-H. avatar t:'.rtk : they eantjin S t lJ fret front and '
.t tlie &otat.1ibnlc.t. corner of Co!.imbna Lava been .ur eyed.Giten i. ( Inuit ."IIIt'c. I.... ut iKi ptb s all other blocks cnuUin 100 feet by'Tbe 131. Girtr Owen.
iD ft 1L\<.n iau: coiTi.i: I, 13*. IXI. 131. KirMtdo Rinaldini.3vok.
and Nassau .tr tt.. Ilainp tcad. rat Mr.Vrn. I under ntv lm..l at the (7.1". W..hin
sic J1 > I
( rlf 135.: Memoir of Gruna'Ji.I3
r ... l IU I..t Jj t des.Ill ac:. r'ltn lti! hirer Li tLe hack lor. i f
\ I'atton* counting house I'A:.un ni. inn. II. f iileerith d'y .,( Jhl,. Auto II.. :* '
f I:. wharf, what orders and sinter may be Ufl "hicb. I. ...",i. 1,!. )l. VA.V bL'UHX do l- guajra do. .r....,..1 t. awattttiMl4 i.r ..Lt.uI id <+r Vl feet I (3.i.. 137.Harkenzie's5Ua1 Ural'o.'fty Coo per.2 vnls. r
3 d. IV.prr. Tb.*Urctare sisal > ..n-tie centre" Receipts.
she I'rt..d"t
to :, will be ."'n.Sed to daily. Hy t open p&ti
i THOI '5 DUlTKRHItKCharlctton. < Ja.l.'MlfCca".. 2 d. Pimentx oicalld: the ,\'."se.N 1'Jtl fee in n ids?,. thn It) NavalMtr.nmenCI ,
C. 2) IM ft mute**. which will tan a grove of evrru*, formingpronte a tO. Combe's Constitution of M a.
Slat Carr.
C.. Uct 2C. 23-4 w. an.ia.ir.crnf ad (T Jire.OTi .
\ I 10 do 3lacia. ...+de in the miiiUSe W f*t wide II the whole 141. Domestic' Cookery
Ilrit\'E- ,. : 11TIIC COJIMI.' IO IIt. 30 do Clove. I Goat of the t. wn fur &> feel will be left open to r rI 14.1.: Prolix Letters,
I. DR. CHARLES : It i_ und ..10CJd lo be i ra ..*..It.I..I..l. re 2 hot* ground a..ortcJ *pke !I he Kiier. which will be ornkmentcd 11"daube ,144. Stephen burroughs.

(Late of BdI moo.) tablith a cordon military pant. aicro. the po, For sale, by I 1: row *f p..lmvitoe*. 145. Jack Lawrence,
t I I I ni.s.ula of tlorida, at a eonatderabto dt lnc to II. C. CARR & Co.vcJJIYY I IVrtuut wishing uuke eitensive Orange orMuliwtry 'I I Vt Th- Blind Farmer. k"
fixed hit rreidence In! ".i. City she KMitb oflh.iland ---- 147. Elizabeth
HAVING aboteprorlaitHMl f.rtboi I! C'OYCor any other cultivation, can .
I rulll tenders Ii. service. te the i Iratcorti""or.... froulier. whKb win adardan ;. I-Ct'Ittmod..l.J with Jona of Land of from 14". Vi.ions of Qaivedo. t
t public in the practice of )I tine:: and Nutet '. LI. ..'..a. indebted .. the l.tvteof Jtluj. pr-r
,'- ) |ample f pjK>rtunit/ ;>urtba rr.. prior. to th.> 5QI<. f M aer... 119.! Alphabet. nf Botany +
II.' may for UK, preeut be euuaulv-d al the' .glee. ... "unltne the land. ; a Ittf rer..r j.*, 3hs*//, tk-c.. ate 'IlIie.1 to make itonx..Jt- A commodious family! houss w!>kli conkl with I I:... Lady of the Lake. :;
Florida I louse.8t.Aurutine.Nov.S9,1631. which i. ate paymrat. and ...... hating claims a .iaal 151.: Abelhno of
j nted ; Venice
I reprf aa being< t cry t a1oahle. IJ'lle etprn e be adapted lo a t0sal hotel with" afloumhiQX ,
I l\CJ1ICI: TO Pltia:311r1'IUN: cLAitMT.s.v I aid estate, are taolifieJ la prevent Harts duly an young grove of 150 Orango Tr !es. tr.2. Ps let % 'kin,

; Lien: person laitninjj tie tight i ..(pre tmr ; ih'tjliraird will-in the time prescribed by Uw, orthey and if desired from ten a hundred' acres of land 153.: William Wallace
Confectionary(tl8illst 'ti, n lOIn* of be landt draining in thealwrr i will, be barred by .'....I..r limnatwa.I j i I I win be .u.wbtd-Iol"e sold or lea cd fur a number 151: lat. Pkkwick Club. 2 voht. .

FRUIT, vc. I proclamation 1 req uetrdto r rose ih. .-me. I RobP IIUOWN.. Kxce'r. of year 156.157 l.elendlorlhe Libra" .2 v
Wfc AldlNS! in "'10"',quarte' and half, boiea slue ..raciinn ,sr the Krgi...er and IC<
MM> Prunes, in Fancy lluie. bi!beautifully putup. propperUnd oCr, and make pat meot there .;.,u'nl "t rt.. joint proprietor, i i. appointed agent for 160. 161. Tales of my Neighborhood, I'
f.r mt too* .$ frtctiulU afar ttemg thin -..tini U."tttIL"I the sale of lots and other property, in and about 162. Live of Odd characters. .+
Ginger and araorted L. I. Prc.errts i in order tliat the' claim m'I'. adjadiratrd by 4 4 .bbl. TAR I the town of S L John, to whom for evidences of 163 Within Conduct & 0",.'.

'' ? Courrctiunoryjaut tipeiprely (rr'Ilti. mar Iho... eer. agreeably' to law. {i. due trine prior 2 do Turpcouoe ROM litk. mip. A c., p.non. desirous of purchasing Ir..., I&;. Robinson Cru.oe, 2 vols.
kat The bore are in prime order at.d can be to the day ep,|ausuted (or the commencement U bain *. are ref"..r Jro. 161. Lives of C.lebtatedVo....
2 .. j
u.s. s
lad at: Uie Store of b. Co CAUR A CU. the public M!.{ and al' claim; sot duly made 2 * No.2'J. i''fIL4''* Nccdk. I
known prior; lo the dale arertNid, are declared I bbL Ct.lk.I I the Town of tf L Johns, or to the Lund Office
by law I. Us forfeited.' in ;I. Asgutaiue. .

PfrrUHlcry. JAMHS WIIITCOMD.OF I do d. \Vh Lasap< black, ANDRF.W'F.LCII.. SIX weeks front this: data. I will i

I s ,. A GOOD aaaortmeul flf iVriurnerr. in fans r C.mmini.n.er If'''' Central ... ie.PUI3i1IC .For sole tjng,by N. n. nr d. of nrrttrj will be given to to Ihe Hon. the Judge of I
and plain Uollle, Cub{... w.twis Hair purchaser. Court of rfL: Johns County, for Lett
Uruahet, Tootli Hriitiw*, T>'I.'Oi. ministration on the Estate of AftT<

r? 1 t hooks I Si:!eel ,I'ena Uluc Ink, tthoi..r tfoap. UMTLII 8TATKH! L\XD* IN EAST' D 1 I- C.MIK& Co. ..tf-r--, I --- II U E RTA 9. deed.

fihav'mg Ilos ., dealing \\'.,, Lead l'co. I', FLOUIDA. DCrr.RkLD: FOR 10 Casks ChPtt... -1 XOTlCJ.LI.1ser.an. BDee. 13. e38 JNO. ftf. FO?
soda fort date, tfeJhtx du,for silo by FO un "F.IKS. 5 Firkin Goshen Defter : A im'ebtH lo the estate of Mrs

I 9' 'Not. 31>. U. l;' CA It It & iaaieof! Si. Johnenunly. THKFLORIDA

.r 1 public sale of .Rude ordered by the i'rodsSuction 20 d'. PtfUtnea, deceased: reqnealed to make immediate IIERA!
ttflbe r'reidentor. :to d... A;I'pk. I meot. Thoe h .f.) claims
' AID Iiitinc and Picolnla ... Umted Mate*,''a''t'cI pat ) { or demand, a
? t t t HAIL ItOAl COMPANV. 1lL..Jul,. IE33i.io bo held at the Land Offic giin't said; estate. are required to preaentthem IS PUBLISHED J
? a'!\ UIJL; (J1'ICI: it at Kt AugnMine. Maids on Mamday the fifth \'OTICI f.r settlement witSin two year,or Inn. will be EVERY THURSDAY..!:'
3 given that
't ihe weeek
P after date I ....a
Capital flock of laid Couipauy day tf A'ovemher steal, it declared be deferred SIX apply to the forever after bstr.d.UADARIT.1. .Y'

T b*>en filled and the Hook clot&l.. an Election faatii.f will until and will commence on Monday, Use airs Jubo C.., the. Jed t..r the County Court of }|. LLAMntAft.Adm'x JAMS M. GOAT
j take" place'the titure of sews R D.",.,. egre. day of Utttmltr Nil also thai the p.Me site, tb..tate of y.uiiel Latter. of Adotiniauatiop en GCORGC GIANOI'LK, Adm'r.
ably lo the prot itiuna ofNU' Charter on the lth o'dtrcHI by the aamo l'loclemsti..s. < to be held at Skits deceae FIVE DOLLARS PER A'
: s the aama office on Monday the OKA 110\' ARD. .
,1 : dir of December nut for seven Uirertera U of JSovember nineteenth day N-.. nft_. w..r.tC. ... LL PAYABLE UAtr TEABIT IU A .
ntt. t* drfWrrdalii A persona who are indebted to SiTtHAf.2m. "
a manage the concern of the Company until tl.. and wjl .
t eon.m'nn on Monday, the M"lIlutll1 \ Cgani. Ute of St. loon -
+ r aUhuba1ahkctiou. Dttrmlrr: neitGiven day of aUsn/ ., TO" .trlHok tI County decd. a'.. AOTMTIIENK5TS ia.ertecaIla !
rollatobe opened at 12 A'. and ad. are renneated to nuke imiii- .t"
at 1 bF.r.F. A.C.
o'clock, P. M., under the direction of /*. D. Dm- under my hand at the City of W..... f 0.... r.!.... Msiket t an+ Tl..*. havmc claim or dem.nda 'aiainit the es per square fair the first iai

i r+' ...... 1:. B. GOULU. ( Commit- liven, this I Ith day of October. IKtg. 2 I do. Tickled TOD,..... ogrs tate or of tad docedanl. are requited to present Fifty' Ctnh for each .nlt.e .

J. N. UANlON. J ti.Dtrt. Jr. VAN BL'RF.N. I CO pieces New Smoked Hccf jug received them for settlement within 1.01"".or they will Looter advertiteoientsio prep1
the ,
Pre .
f St. A n{n.tiase,.','?Ui NT, ". By .. ideBlt [ and ou reiad,f.r tile byo be forever after ....nd. on one will be considered kte
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