Title: The Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00679
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: June 21, 1823
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079927
Volume ID: VID00679
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10589672
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( more of
I intimately the
ure, making oo the index of cold. It
.. t' .n...' . I progress grows OB wilt
!!UtfU 4'I' r.I'II1. r a d h u "< *n UJSH.. -1 .ru.\I.U" t. ( u.sc. e.*i{. I American Government than it Mississippi in the culture of Cane, mud, instead of the marsh-grau,

.. :"' I.. ....... .... S.JKrannmn.IJ ;. !t. '. rficrrn cte4. hat 'f any la- I would otherwise have come but for it is all so much in our favor. hereabout. From the north part

.' .... ."uC'' 111N fir U.N .T. tent or "If'f' l4ixr !.*JI]! rll anv IHJUOT I fur those, it might hate lounged Let them do ever so well there, we if St. Anastasia's Island, opposite

fur e\ery euhsrl'IC :' 'I. .crisusl.jl.wJ I |>. tm IKIAIJ ofati\ slip- or *r *el. ort i brings good in iU train and I trust in abundance as capable as there, m. where we find a few scattering
tu i,irt>"ur orcntrri, or cll dnt k to j'
-- i- "l:' I that a large amount of good will and placed in a much preferable bushes of it the marsh
/Ai. ;jJ / J II J ant ;M'loruiihrHit the trrrtten ptr* I among
-- !.n...m ,.f xhi-n,.tcr of the ship or%e. cl, be the consequence of those. climate, because in a more south grass, which are every year killed.

tsppI t,, / ry to w* tit 1I'ftfit1n1".i. tow hi ti the *iVr belrmgv, ht or she vtrt The sickties that visited St. ern latitude, besides having the by frost, this plant gradually ascends

IJ.rl pnrtJIiI.,. J.r tS. .II..d". 1t+'itNrn ,< ",:"tt: shell f.r,r' *ui ofTf ncc,f f.fr Augustine during the fall of 1871. advantage of situation, on a pen by stature to 27 deg. 12 m.

C Ji' rr"." I I .i .-lp&> the via rafi"'l Hollun. to has, no doubt had its share in a iatula between two gulfs which where it is round as
large common
'V.it chatted b} the (II vt rw-.tt1I. I .'h' rAki r ) the'hip; or e* rl, rrcwrr. M
r gi>lame Council l of.1*" 1 err*** uf!I"' beforr anv jnttrtf the peace of the deterring effect hut it ought only evidently brings us faster into a oaks, and in great Quantity.
Hondo That M niutii ot tit, act clititl.d I enlIt.whrrr.n 4neh .tlcuetlag istr 10 hatr had the effect of convincing Uop.ral climate than the latitude There I have searched for frost

jui act ptmuluig fur the rlccttoncH lira he n c..mn..ut-d. frail man, that in no part of warrants j while the happy inclination but, could find neither traces of its

K-pk'e to ccmtfrvM,*' a*relates ti the f. fir tt f.irthcrnaru 4. Tl at .hrn aII the world i> he invulnerable to the of that peninsula towards recent nor remote occurrence the

t wn of a nfl'I"I( to c(,rgr"r$ f.*r drr'l ,. a.. t. mhall d''. nte cranny n116hl.J.'IU'0. asnaulu of death, under a pestilential tie East procures to all Florida a former is known by caaceratedM..U .
,slull br, *J J the *"n-e h ... w thin ti. t '.'rmi thiS maMerdead
years form. U havesupposed .. .
ha would branch of the 'hlcle.i..I. .1. cue uucr by or
pc.tcd, and that the raid i tltlcfffclr,*1i.tIIP I th.n..t.tastl UlU" the lK*U bet h"'t stutnr*
; cn uiitg tleclan. bt' eftird U' ",rte un ...a"then hunedJt k. f t'fm I that in St. Augustin', hike the safety-valve of a steam engine limbs from which the cancerated

.nulltC' fourth of March \L, und L'!I.11"C' laxL ter ':1. lanai,r the 'stiereaueh an occurrence had pot takes off the superfluous heat, wood had fell, and younger limbs

V ,- ..fl_-ju.t ots.c.... r fi" Uw drk..t" r' tih4. if fairhan.lutl4altai.tea .. I I bon knon during at Ira,! the and secures to us health comforts, hare grown out.

,'' *!... 1*...tnr.U "Of\C't but '. / M farther en ". 't if atrt4 Spanish and Uritith oceuanry, and a plenty of fish.u1. Every j. .!u in every country,
t"L f M Mi.n l*> C.' -'**'. w *t, rand an the utlurtr e.a. | a., tin,*of' r.+ i t '
.4 trm of .'shut VI trayk shrtitd ( He LOT from State hare i.mics: ia
nme.Lu (if C'h r .f" ..ttJ rartlur. 'lk.tu4trt1 ..If d,. ..,. . r... to I* jMM fwV your a greater or
l't..\ .tt I. ,,"Sit 404' rlt cte'1 .htiU 7e. al" tu4G .R .1'sbh 't talc Y ;have: tthuwn itself in JHri .\-l as with above 2OO Kegeoes, will direct less degree; cotton is perhaps the

rrMt atIJ .:eg Ilse .< '1'.d ttI t. ac" ilc$ M l, t tare .It Ilr t ttw t4, tw.ireelth tt.M. couM we hate rtpvrietl that hr whole force to the culture most precarious of those we cultivate -

.\"r, d Utf .r tt1M $4. I'! it voukl have marked out as its of the Cane he his seen and purchased (or market, k coffee and sugar
{. ti"t'rt rJ \ ".., 1f 114.:. .' ..r.c het ... ;
% tIw11i a" .at victim only strangers of a far of those lands we deem the least so. So it is not to be supposed
irf" '' .tlJ'/ ., .. ti..rtVrn coti tilut:*>n! ,constant best atapte arts ., 'KQc. K' >-/.. rf'1"'f'\lrfrtf N/. afd tsar tare ariitltt*,ftK ttilttlmaw tllktrx
1".4J. Mawr .: t". s..r I I" ,'um .:h 1I \ n..,.r %etenrra exprrsrs himself much pleased coffee ,region, for coffee fields are

f> 1: it runt trd V *'u. ?, n-mj rai'1 !. '16..'. 7 "'r.. LJ114fr.4rd(. ..lrir "IA a"? t..it"). .*. hrnp il thews it. with them. Your friend, Mr sometimes: blasted in Cuba by cold

O pUli r ',.one,! '" tar 1.,7i n :1'. h. !. '....,. .t. .' ..1." .. .1 .:m t: out %mnifr must Ki\<.%Ltt, planted last summer. winds: but my conclusion is, that

Vk r da, Tlut spa Mini- M H. IM.1 iHittiu '.t "'4.-1 ...:tit t .. : al.w .S'Ip"r. iR to faire e.esara: i > ftr'{tirfit impure a quantity on SrMary Rim, coffee would not suffer more oa the
... t at Slr t" fare rf tl ,rl"tr,,, itn'4 x44.I tAt .'16. alt.Im .
t'I .. ae t. .\U indeed 1 the Northernmost extremity of in that of Florida
,. r ; ; average part ,
v ', r'I *i..v !>r .11 Mir r-rt0f tit 1 t ti.e "It's 'QU"I,.*. cH' ..i'r.. iIhe '.: hr an lh.. co'4 .....I.; ,\. tR.I t Jtr t t t I', : rr 1!,.. it ti.ti'I! I rrn inub4lu. Fast I'lurids. of cnunr the tr.ott from cold and ,winds, than it does

t.. Oj' uI -.4t. If''x (*fv.wt k to Itef" .. .. ;.., "teo ,,f ..rt... .iIt. t J t".1 tn"r aM thrhospital. inferior in climate, and its produce in Cuba from hurricanes; and

.d"t stay' of JM?; f-'.:. pas, be itrjlri1Mitft. ; Ia' last 7 ._t. "W f.'f" t i.e .'.. take ". t .t ITHHn to excr fI his preparations forts there it is a culture higgly lucra

. 'tar' 1. ,. .. ...,
3. lie'If'rt ,..fart..d. r. .t1.rrlitk. 't ..."... t.o. mr.4; 4. u1. '. ait '* .4 .t* %:.-t ...;* /. load of a stoop, of Bout 70 tons to I The maguy of Mexico,the plat
I t ", . ,!.. tiar nrie, V manufacturrtl at the works of I from which is drawn the
.r a.1sM'ta" .' ,at' on ".-. j jttoi ctrl rAtNtt,a- j.a A"' w.rfa dp.'d111fMIt 'fa 1 liquor
ht ttt ."<'-, .-.CII".n laN a! ter41 ; ,1 ...,. ...:.' .1'1. .1._ t..1 h..h *H t.i' ... thr taulrS ZT.Vm.. ('*,"'"cMt*, nrar Darun. called pulque, o( universal use

the 1rcrela1 .t let K 1ili<'...1) 1. h .' I t. .. . a.r Ills,,,r t.d ell . tea.a **l %rl! .w i* f -f. I .-'''.:old wr who I am informed speaks and celebrity in that country, is
Tile .aid d. :'." (.: c of
fah '* 't*,: t.". t. u1 c .*ra<- highly quantity not Florida, bat thrives
r.iit t!(1..r. ". ..I, u.. tth, t4 ..'. \ II '" .' ,"j ..d. . f; .JI !4. ....., I
thtrrai c jLtn., l JI'J .s.1 trf'ltt4 II ,.atbt t'.: .. ; r, lratslhittilrii+L14s i iI" :I 1 hat i .". **f WrrfIif j.:rrami itchnett in saccharine a% well a.s if it was. It forms a

a ..:tCU.fI" "i'W'- lur tf r |A.. t4 1rG " t..u . ....,.. ".'... ...1111' I in ttsr if t .' c .: iron t.f the atg ti+ater. This trw on reclaimed I plant when full grown from five to _

.' anal JwH 'Mr,eCfu- tai' 'l .: .: ,.,. r 1-.tf. .,1r.ti "wi '* Iarl' i IR.tt S . .. .:rit i- swamp land. Seteral other rttfht fart high in the body, and -

17YaRura's:acid cr""tt..t t""w" a.c Nr r, i .. .' t' Ii 1"A' I I h.t.g... ,* .. -. ".. .f .k. !.o..A..q* i i. '%, t.w u smaIer scale, have (ruin leu to eighteen in 'diameter, .

1nslit:1r.ck. 1.fti wall tUIII torUat ;. s. .t Uf' I ,n:55.: j Rta.Ii if. ; Y: ..e' ;t. whr.t P'.I 1,I'I''' n made on hII h-nimock, the leaves of it, if X may be allowedthe
; a.
". vI"" .!
\"J"> ,.., ..... !t.bonuHoct. savannah and pine term for they more like
61' appear
f.J!/ ''fI ....:; .. j'jr-i. > ; < 4
1" :: : .1' ,1' .owI t
: fr f : . !
la .4t and all have limbs than leaves
. . . . .. i ii," f. % f %r : 'w.nar exrrlei huge -but they
.t.'tt t "et "K .r. . .tt ..' \ II' 4.4." .y r' ehr Ir w"" I I. I
1.: I f. ," ...1"f. .Jtr .. .. .. .t. \\ I. InT I- {I I It. rj rcution. The lands must be called leaves, as they are

"r I: !t'.ua1'e t let It., t.mrf"'IM.'. I J. . L IIH'' "'1' F I f to: ", t ,, ... ,.; et.4 to the Cane, are tlir: only lungs of the plant, descend

s.Rls.7tt f i..'iw11..t ti "l f"fTd''' I Or. It l'IIUi"1 t\rr f I'd 4a. 11 If .Ij ..r .",,101" rawYN r t .t-> I rt.attt awl are..11', .
'I .
t I ,1. r .. .. I I I"*.Yo.;>*. btit more particular- are so thick and heavy that two or
w *r> *b*.1 tart rir"4 a ,,,*,t to Ittt '.: iK,*%M. t1t rhr .f 1 1". .. .
f I ..! .! .i''II ft. i.*,,._lItnHK t.* of which we three would,make a man's load. At
jr..,a t'tr}34 t Jit .- 1 i f x'.t.i ': Alit : "S- itiVr bM fsn jTT wil radi afar -
. ... . . . *< Urt-r ftt.btit. t .nd which, the of from to
yr*' : r ti 4 r H" t lirt- t a. tt. !* i.t. . .'1fA. '. tl-. ;" f6".r ....KMt... liyti.yc 1. J...r t'u Mtw* i'. fill I "I. ti i pI c.vbIG""ar wa, wr com- old, it flowers, by shooting up a

.' .,,\ J ftf .1' tttilt .... u1 h m.-it f"(* 1M.ti :. .: fA J"... fill S a .
I t, .:. fttm lliett ". growth, buu' the pUnt, gorgeously hang
-. .t.f' .' ,.. .
.p it trretl. N Rb..ut trot to .tt.i.Arr : g. c I
( )r ..t ui. -. ',1I..s. .IHA, rt I"tit f/I cline f II 't I I ," '"4'' 't -.*:, t-at+Ir. t Jar,. htckorv, with flower, like a may-pole.

.la .btc.C4. If'e a "nc. tt.cJ$t. 1 f':",..u. t/M1AN"', fIiI .1t. tI t., I. .t ..'*. a* wr.ilkrM> i .ii. a fatdark ., Just before it sends forth this exuHerance -

*t .tiill be U.1..; fur sag, .s 4-.co nI th. I,tnr tttl .try tot.It"_ ,. Il sia I. 'i.:r A .1. . **' k atm.%i'*n with loamy j!I a change in the color of

v *cr <.f wi) CtA."t., rye f'''J'P'a'o N 1Ican ,,, .rrsr . I, SU'". fanny f.. . it .*-.. tear:.'. U.tteHird ftT arntly with ], the plant indicates its near ap-

'j..* I* JTJlon, I4,{oti iLr cr'pirf.r of thrrwtt 'Iv1tft.I W.Pppita'te1a I dr1. tc.rta.r"1ot'" '. .. ..!,. t .,.1 t' ..t.. t la) IIr tinsel. h ai the term ptachhrn bowl formed cavity -
?. ur ,. u,t dr.t-tttc' fA'thc nfa ter. t.i-.l' tt..; JIlt.'' t&.r Ie..r",.&. .' rhilte. '. .. .- al rtf- n kt ,war p Is dtos..taC'r .na.ahtd. I fs cut in the head of the plaat,

*a.mut to pprr.ej d .t.cit .CI.t_ M tits : H." c .. :' I .! |*+ .. ,. . ? ( ,. ,***!. . ' I I...a class of unit, (law horn.tHut and a cane introduced in the side
7tn r *,i tr.wjj him '. a.cL j'a.t.cr.1 I 1M4I i1 t/gl'. ..p.n ., i..' rts5t.t ,- f. . ft.- hi' k., ants lHt draining or ditch- I of it to draw oil the liquor. Each

and if at shall aJI-n.r. .b, ". ., 1'Lt I I frlin the '.f'tI1tfrlft.c '' loth.t t!.i. .n..ri I. % :. ,I 1n1; far any other of our cultures plant yields from 5O to ISO gallons -
s..et t ltnan'srD .rther t. till. .r.! II ttr4 rttIMk wt. t',4 . ..
.. It i% to Vn ru.t v"1. tit .ft.r. MJ S, a1k i .toM' a W9 s. ;'d..t rt .. It .ary Iii _. I
t'. *t 'wr. nw fsb.t..t, +st tlx t I Atar tlrca.t d Ions l' '"t Iatttiu.ft of thr !ta .i :ft% uf I I fl4. 'nthr it .-. a flop in the fir I J until thr c nd after but is succeded by sackers

cutttract .itb't n .:!*..'. "',5 **.' f' .n- ". .'. fib "I"n\r"U' air tar t. St.lr%, :i: ,
.Ir.fritn,',r rw..hc'! le.ar '!. *. n .c .it t' r I I" tcIi..j" "Aa fill ills I.' t Wrw vllrfl tmtf r4tatrl} I Iff' j l atftrring; wilt Ist be injured, or e- a constant succession. This juice
9n."I. t' (4*. a't.. T.. A 'I\"t I I... ( .
et.tutaK t ir" 1. which
: t the eri.. ". *t ljt ,1ft trnlost, in awry vet carried through a tinous fermentation
1...r.tt I.t"oIWd t' r 11It11) "U1T.4..t tm.n.t". ;.* t. ry .,lei IN ,'Taft ,ev fill far-I
i wvuU H.. it.f" . them and commonly I happens once or twice ,becomes liquor resemblingcider
t'ltti 1..1 f 1A ; a u't C riaiitat .'"c.' rY 7 r. 4 a.rw I rr dr,. gw.I at r
ti'r'fJ I."'!ratt. a at :. .'1 to lit t ct..r. .hail t." 1 I 1.t J..M-X v, Hrw fw attl awn .... .*f .cat. t1w.s.i aw! future I I.. S Iran; all other crops are in I I but more spirituous, whichis

r.r4, t.. pt'4-d II art tpSSirt, 'It l,.tv ret' Htot..rf.N...t.Litt "i"jMft*. Tirv h.4 right its b;, at farthest.thc iiutMle'ofNotrmber. sought with avidity oy all ranksof

f,oi.ti r, fir. tASKr. cAf."rt e.4nvtah.L.4 i: . O'AId" .htI a.cynic t--tI f "'t: land iiHiitMlualh.. '.., mine nation- Sane betn* an article society on boiling and clarifying
ui tb*. ibrTK. 1 UNrte aft tt ef lJ t tletights in a wet toil, the it becomes a wine ; and oa
lI.d..f' rat treat inrorporai *
Lu )
di rh i-gf, 1f. 1 t'V** t<, tlf tt 6tetr't I It'.cl. )
tnaa.kr .r otl,t t .tf c r rarr.planit. 2 IU- it f.cf c.*t* 4 Tint ... thr I.a J ... --r e a prt ol plant: remaining in the ground distillation affords a fine braady.
tag. iu tht :,'..*- i If litma tf f, Lcinr 1'-1' J "ra..r t .. a. it taf trlrw ..1rMt 1ra the >tt'a itli fanutv l"hnr "hI I 1:0 *riU *m** the next yrar, would The outward coat of the leaves

aJl t ,*ooa .f.... '. .oui+.ufii, ... t'. to .'lit,.tf'rt 6.t1t11 llYi.t ..r r.tac"'t .""'#"* f the !-tr later -j I rather tmprit than injure ty lying yields a membraaeoas substance

:. I>t n funtr rtijMr-t4. ll i ill tti4Uf .. i if'f. fT.\ _..." saI titbet .iii t 1 t 1.".r.t ar nit t.."> ik : but not during tie inter h just used for the manufacture of cordage -
j jI'
\ %r% 4ktid''*.rf |ME VI,%, ''.I.r. .. .... nati4.ImM wet .r t.J '
.ia ..rcl oaring been II a tl now wreSHt .* probable that ; an inner coat gives a finer
RSV.1 .1 for dent- ', shall jrf r **i' i.nul I
, I I' "IU'I (oftre not b'-Inp a r.ati-e yf low substance for clothing ; and the
tit rcll.. ga r tmts'y with reurtt, to taw ssr4 t tt ..m IN tkr trrl fit t % ..
ri.twr '
.in'nfi ul the *Htrt, "'. art b} IMIM"sptm*- .1._..u t"PN.burgst+ .i.l slriar/. . .*. %'a*, ..f drat.tin.. vf uu- ,,lantJ..8d.t <<.c lice i% tu stand internal part of the leaf, is aa ar-
t cd, in u.- *u':. of one liuirJtrd ,k. stPN ; Ifaf ,,Hlki ( the better of food. So this
*rv .+"t'< ',' t (It q I' II".-_ i. ...11.!. i. of ..rr ." 'tad .'t:1fo h, tfart. It >r title that productive

1'r tlsit1t1t11Ui1 C't' .t..n, LlaulWd 1.4f'4 tint u eery lit J.lull' '" .1..J A'irhrs.4.r .W jr(. b ;i I r" ,. .I:.AU ... ."u.t1.., lRh tit. I II. r It.f dtt'Hin, when planted in such plant, regarded by the Mexicans -

take "'iI" till Mid WhflUlt, fr>B, *1w l. 4.. ,.. ,.. I.i I k ,*. ,. J -r n r T I'M ... The j Jiang.I Mi*} I..ad is nut a IHIJ* in -s one of the most beautiful
J ,
at.d pal the r1l},'ia., ihrftf HI. .t ,rfHI_.. fcr (r,... x .. 'I,, ...1 %-l.,, "e feel ,rt 'a I. |U* wet ., \ft ns; thr tieit I have ju.st jifts. of nature, affords them cider,

be it f urthtT rijo:ir l. Hat if ant .jprentice .. llofMiK-w..t, 1 rant. tturt"he.t _; t id<*.tir f "1.'I/ lU 1 I :. .... :h. ..** .r4i eit thrift, acid wienliottftl as the natural nnxiuct wine, brandy, cordage, clothing,

I. tiLoef dec..I..,.11. i.aae Lrre trgidhtrrut.d tiWa mt .4 t*."t.*.. a- salt, iI I"'ett f.r r"U t...,. itt w :aitllfrelint1 .f k..-.amuck, wttt not grow food and fuel. From 12 to 15,000

} trup)fir.u I.the. .(uh&a n..1C'1'. ,.r f.> v'rwr(alto c4an t.tft-.a., f."tr e pl?ici .-I' t < .,.. 4f I-fi'r. ar (ll+ltakrr it sift vet lanJ. It is much icc > I mules are daily,employed ia sap-

,taii, for Un purpatr r.f hclag raab lauiIil I tr?a.tA .. ..,..l.iti i C 3rw.I its 'atRlWt. mayas I." the st ric_ told of then ,.r f.t_rtrn,ir ally, that we know ; plying the city of Mexico. from
to d 1 lH..t. r lasts .' t. I
the an truie uf JKAHT ft 4 -rV 'of sachet il :% !.e., T freshets the surrounding plantations with
or %c nur. or h6&hfoe-t. ,tcJ Lr Tl.i% .vil bo* will now ke e- *' ;
''''Wtt iii tar '.
deaf*l any port or place w ittun tb.a 1 er a I t. Ira rivers.Yuu pclqsc which is the liquor in a cidcrout -
tl.t few rths. our ,
tor bar"ne.t .A tar .S f. 1 .'. sir in a tn I III
rilor.dcwn kbM-nt hut.Mlf from U ron J C." 'I That Cotton in torn a climate pirticBlart enquire for 1 state. Great estates are
fitpteu.t.rah )
.hIp or tt..rl' b ,ni cf .
v beefs he l tHLu .4'1rtm
I J :.? in that in article
Scrtn of coffer; to country
been Jlwtd by anal mutt'r. wi.hutt -- at t'liaof "loiI., ha* r > tn- I nUl r prospect rifting; r

the bare of U*c ru..trr fIr t ttL utJ't'r ff. FLORIDA.IV r."nw-d the attetiUi< *.: It .un.!. .J\a.r., 1 think they are un of culture. It is in the floweringof

ruattar. it .U U t>e Ia-'fal l,ir .u)' )UKC of'pei I1 rsla, to 1m tie r.p..n.d" wunderrJ .t. and c .n ofch IK- accounted however, who differ from me in in coldrr climates, that we are deceived

de c of any counl. ) orht Q"J"lDh i.l.u tI.. f' *.'. H. . <* .> hued.rd fwr that irrtlrltction on this subject. But that by supposing it the aloe .,
III opinion
M/thUlthi.Tarritnrr, ..., (
"PC1,1.I .. r. .
1.tttAa.J. in
,, Iaasuttr ur Itla.P'!Wl)u nalt.a.4tig I ..gate lell"!,tV fun sal ckc4.tionwttuni. fur old habits, (our planters, you must arise, it appears to me from that flowers once acentury ;

ut Hie .L M.uce of the mater to cu. .! .III 11'1.1 a pttiaw.t, know, came from the Southern their regarding only the latitudinal flowers in eight or ten years la such
uch apprritticc' U* be pprtUu*
before"l with,Uted ut the if such same mantH.r a* herein r..n1., March 2, 1023. that Indolence toward enquiry out taking into account the consequence aloe tribe ; certainly it partakesnot
juitict br .t i.4 and form of the nauseous bitter tor cathartic -
tied b>' due proof Uaat tuch JJrar .1'fr--lout enquiries on from which man i t not easily arouted. on Us
ba been regularly bound bv tired apprentice to the Florida affair hat, unavoidably', Even at the present very where latitude 27 degrees will be qualities of the. aloes we are -

cutter or sew rate of weft tbip'or t t-hM-l f, a..t lam l'y unintwrrcd until our .\- declined slate of this article, each found as free from cold ts latitude acquainted with.

that the sod Jt-rd it then in full lure niong llirm jou point to the grrat one hacks on in the old track, 35 degrees on the continent to .\ root called bj the Jndians' .

)'teat dead alit a\'II. if anYtt'amala.uanner ofi diffi'rcnce in the acceation of settlers while he has evidence staring him the west. Kor have they noticed, Com'c. merits 'hllt..h atttnti .'
aJ.-pn mice tutu offer MiftUuctit pruuf to'I I wild In abundance
bt.1) the jut\fe of the peace btforrLei contemplated a. an immetli in the face, that the culture of or, perhaps ever seen, the tracks This grows
-'IteaI / ) uc brought thxt be liatli ate cotifcequrnccof the ceition of Cane is more lucrative than that of nature on that soil. From lat- from about 20 miles south of 'St.
been tins to the U. S. of 12 the mouth of Augustine to the southward. ; I ,
cruelty or improperly treatcJ while country S'o part Cotton, even in the best year itude ST deg. m.
on bukfii of any lup or vcttcl,by the Guar of this, 1 assure you ia to be found its market and that the Cane is a Indian River, to latttitude 24 deg. have not found it north of.that but
firr tbrrroior that be hat food AUK to : in its dementi extremityof in small quantities. It pjxxluces i'
own ; they I.adgro" of much less risk The few 54 m. the southernmost .
apptxhciid tUn cr to laity from the I crop of size ofa
pennon the and
It out of an extraordinaryconcurrence of Georgia will not Florida, are found spontaneous root appearance
should cane planters
&iaiUr he be eoniptllcJ to remunon i
burd raid..r *cl.It hall be lawful fur of unfortunate ctcnts, return to the culture of Cotton e* many of the tender pUnts of large beet, but of slight HWr brown

the 16&atj tJ di.ehdW .dh sratn In, flaM" -I that h-ve now generally .b..ded ben where they have to manlfacUrr Cuba the spacer embracing 150 color which affords a.frae as'

II bjiprrni., fr acts nay further euntinthtnt Hiome have worn thrrnaelres out,! their Cane into Molasses, because statute miles north and south, I white as snow., Ia June f8J6, I ,
un account of ucli, decrUon or i At 2T saw several hundred negroes Working
+ and other stand remedied by Congress the want of more levrn in call our coflece region. r

ounce.4. Be it fojtheretuctcd, Thief if ta in its two last sessions. ] their lands and more length In deg. 12 m. I have teen tf e' Wc.co fine crops" of cotton .wwi provtsioas s

era or iUp keeper dull *!! drink any to a* They, however, though oppressivefor their summer, do lot permit that plum, a plant that cannot bear fat"but, he alth7' find offal,

ij fcwlor m.actuil pay on board of any stop while, leave us the stiurance maturity in their Cane necessaryto i t producing fruit \. great,Juxurlance who had littlo'otberbrE1

I or t r..el. un credit, he or .he hall nut re.wiMfcnyactionalla of much ultimate general good, continue for a length of time, a sad abundant amd there_ for five months tad 4 t CTwere

< .., Ue ,mount ocmLttd which, in fact already beginning granulated *form to their Sugar, too, the mangrove shays the tejmlnatien working' gust flat. Jtr .
. but every such debt obligation without |It. It was ,tile otir. 'j
*r.I>CChlttrhallbt to shear itself in aniroport&Jll degree But long sweetening' U bttler of(frost. Tlieroa grove,
and if *
any wsl Baldwin the 6st'safi1.U. a{
soon, petition writ or bill he prretrutsd as they have had the effect of I II than Cotton. 4 fine me for ship-bvIl4Sng, Un- ;

jwi. tuy per on or .oaf fur the salt, I bringing Florida more immediate)I We cannot but hear with pleat niog and fuel, 1 It perhaps our best. with me, Out Uouki tat t0 ** tI


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4 ;? l:+ gutranked by any oTthe farinaeiou fr considerations. Not only do individual services both of these I j[ nrsof itt course ; but qvicken its that this course would do but little
and actual absolute title. And the third motion, and it immediately contracts for St Augustine and
I II: roots, uiilrtkS the:Irish potato. ll her peculiar misfortunes Ira nothiag for
J. !, f The Indigo of Florida stood wants plead thus at the hand of comprehended such as were given I its surface by deepening its its bar; for St. Pablo's creek lay.

; '. ttiher.in; character during the UriI her new parent, but her Intrinsic for the purpose of settling cer- bed, which is a necesitry consequence ing north of St. Augustine, and a*

I' I fish occupancy, than brat of any other value claims from the federal government lain tracts of the country ; and for on the increase >f friction. low down St. John's river af that

of their colonies in N. Ame : its most fostering and rarely encouragement of SaW mill, tan Therefore, the additional discharge city on .the. Mataaza river, this

I I i. rica. i I care, K\ery effort now made yards, cattle ranges, kc. the title from St. Join's river, Communication would He parellel

; Mr. Prnicrf assured me tt. t the for the promotion of such a territory to which depend on the perform-I j I through AufcUsiineYour, would I II I, with the sea coast ; consequently,
; w ". olive, trees he hu.du St. Augustinerxcecdcd 1 1I is. a benefit rendered the union ance of certain conditions respeclively ;j I: Led itself a course in part of the only become an inland passage for

I I"; in size any he harp seen at hi i gr. This in not a matter staled in them. \olc-what great space that now firms the in. boats, for, as there must be a dividing

L.. ..:'. '. .iu France ; and, perhaps, none gave testing mere individual opt* I call tfpto/ttfr title are commonly let ; and thai, from the et of north of tide in the middle, a
I i t finer fruit. nion ; the fact that the U. Stales called l.crr roya/f'f/r, but this! i rivcrand thepressurcjfthe Dorth.I sand bank wilt gather there as often
t sedulously term. ![rat I : winds, would be close under as it is removed. This .
I' To take a yrneral view of the i ire : have, far so many years, an improper passage
t i: ; '" tligvnou* vegetable productions of j sought the sovereignty of this All grant, whether :as head- ;: St. Anastasia island! ; which pas had been talked of by the

; loridt: and the cKotics to which,' i ounlry an" at length, pay large right, bounty, or on conditions/ sage would keep n while the British, about the close of the revolutionary .

'it its soil l and climate arc favorable.i|I sum a* the condition' lot its ac- carry ith them, expressed or implied ", heave of the sea, on ,:sit, that had war of the U. States

t ; "t I \voold require a scope much tool i''euircm| 4nt, shows that they "'erra-- the clause of tyiMouf injury lust or lessened thrir ilting cure as a continuation of the boat inland

..,.,. wide far my present purpose ; '1arf --J; warr of much of it* importance ; :o a third fitntn. This salvo was mils, will press the tanks in i and navigation 10 much farther south ;
.. : f flee it \o say, hat no part of America -!. and; whether the estimate was in consequrncr: of government<< not ,I the alluvial depoit coming down and so far it would be of service to

;. of no greater extent, orj; founded on active or nrgativ: cone having :a map in detail of thr pro- in great quantities will increase St. Augustine ; but the good arising .

t .:.1 l' not rising in tables one above a-1, *.idr..ali"'I\ cvy. svas, .at1'ar.itlsttiug rincr. nut any other diet k on the ]their elevation forming like all from it, to the county at large

.., ) 'Another: a pan of Mexico slurs l! argument uhit. *. impure loralionof Und previously grant good b.lralong tha coast, deep would be to that of the other as amolehill

I i .. furnishing& climate* by ascending; ,)I lance nhouhl be brought ttito siteININIr.ts <*.1! ; hut which clause: is noaffected wise rarrow, and close! it. I Ij I to a mountain ; and the

: # ..*." Combine rj_-, .+-..>...f|< -. .. .':'I..h'-, the rhI.Ior quantity of ajtrnt i j In the first pb ,Ihi. will have., expense greater : the distance i is
J 1 The cane, coffee, nuguy, e..rn* Hut I digress from the .."1;" Ar but onlj the place mentioned. j* the effect of greatly improving the 'I..* far, and the work would be

...: t indigo, olive, grape, corhinr: l, c.1 I your inqutrie In answeringon IAol The grantrrrouM at and nm; II jl It .*r of St. Augustine ; at the expense I more because the current could

,; 'i t. '!sutt'ti hark, II.t\uts. Spanish to- j land grants,I must '", t'fur as ai inherent right of his gent, of Sir John's bat fobe ore give no assistance, and it would

. .. hare btc. &e. are articles of value I I I your boiler comprehension. : First, rebcuehU-eljum soil quantity on '' but not to the injury of :inr otter always be filling up will mud and

t whose production in thin country I I thr re- has bet n as much differm e any vaunt place, if the unr he had I' part of that river ; inneea '.1 well marshes! a deposit of animal and

must ever he superior to any other in the gosrrnmeiit of last and ralM for .as Ibreairnfil by another l It
!pAftof the United State' Suw'l \\'("* I'loiida, fl"u-ing in part from claim ; and he could grt |w'r- liar for the other, to the great advantage sluggish currents.

': add to these advantage t our Ii the ,...Uuflhdt rrtiprt tits go\rr- miniw to nm'ltr to any other that of the city of St. Augus

: grounds, in their producing from i on, to the ...""t of Spain and in suited him In-ttcr. This was founded tine. a* that must became fine FOREIGN NKWS.f'rry .

all others carried to the market!I I part, from the use of thrir great on the principle that a gift to sea port, and a market for vast late

of the United State ; our wrrcking discretionary flU"rUt a* in their be real, must br rlTrcuial and satisfactory. quantite of produce that must othrrwise from Europe.

t.trounds, the richest: of any in historic So tui" U hoer tin se And as.he bad, in the i go into ('<<'f.tb. Secon- Xew.York May 19.

.; this hemisphere, not only from cause* had their mflurnrc, lh.l but first in'.ltr\ a consequent of dl), we will have to carry the city Tie elegant new packet ship
their peculiar situation and formation fist cas*"* of the &fhnmi4tr""tloll" of his grantthe prmkjf choosing of St. Augustine to St John'* river I.Lrr>i, captain Stcddard,( of the

hut from the encircling gulfs cither ptotincr would IMa fair from all vacant UrnJi that right that: i*, it will go there piecemeal*. forth, tr tthanjtc Line) has just

eddies and winds, for a gtc.t I Ii I criterion for the other. S-r..ndly, was alMays has until le had; located tactic must firing al once Si. John's arrived, the remarkably quick

i space off having made them their the tct of the treaty of .r siouavi to hit *.Ii-r..uio't. sad without. riicr t.> Si. Augustine; ; ar.d which. passage of 23 days from Liver

general'deposit of goods floating J '. grant ma4r lot for tux preiJate. *- injury to a th*'l) prrsua. j| .* the mo\t eligible nerds but little I pool bringing advice, to the 34th

I : tinder) their influence ; and our
!, healthy climate ; and lOU will *ei I Iwr "hall Ir 1.,1 t f"r'is runt Ie '\s ihrj ..f 1t. John's cirri, through t'.c t in< tit operation,of loud an.I....b I later than before received.We .

can. buast a euuntry highly! :; fa- |I would h3trlru. hid ikr. ti1.at.a+k latb*. of St. Augustine. (any f.S .- :j! idr. so much farther up the riser, hive only time to say, that

p. vorcU h)' nature ; ana wiutn, *M i jUrnan..J.t cont.tn4. TIlitdl' ,. urate ViWty, and the viUjft of,' uiut seventy mttrs, :extensive part: of the French army had ENTERED .

a section of tot Unitrd htateimust the, !,-eminent i.l Sjmin l lily all your Ut rnq,,irv s Kiki l.e 3
I stand conspicuous. ;*thrr%, was ;a'1irrn to it rlf; ainl ...,1..r trifling rot whew f .mpar- i 1..1or.p is margins i and some large St. Sebaitiac to surrender

1- Take lhia a 1e.'nt'r1um.mU': '. t'l.t marie for trr liits itHligrMI C'tlln its manv acid great adsantai i ttM.tltr nf ....I..hclwamp5: which I!which place resisted, and some

. Florida( has a large portion of good, fl" it its prib*,pU$* Jiruc-** and gr> Si. John' riser taKir' .i; H, ;, c'I-uH !,e easily drained into that I=, skirmishing had: taken. place.Pamprluna .-
'. J lauds, and those tropical ; hrnn t C-irmtiU. All vacant land were o t'ihr from the .\tLIItK.cuss ca'nal: would hrcome highly vitua- !f was closely invested.

her agricultural important. She 4 antid.-ti rl, <11"cr..1ftd.. the Aiaf'sfarru.rva4. +sest a'",Hl t-rat fist mile*, rhtt Pat.,, :and whlrli \\ they are, arc I.The. French head quarters, on the
is the centre of the liar oak, )'ellow. 1 trt'arsin t.t> .............., it turns ."H t.ih* tooth r.\twattJh worth hut titttr I contrite that II-Ith. were at Villa Franca.

pine, and cedar region, has man) I I r brir thrrr "t:1!: no frudal that I all tar rest of it* "fHI'%r. prrhats 'hie itrrrrnc In s-afue in thou I Jferr .idv. Gjfiff. .
good harbors, and fine riMrv Iris. nor iiaNnll l1 _mp*f"'+* a* **. own hula.lred! mile faifhrt: Sc- I' lands v ,..iill. much more than in- r term thr X York Ihdr Adrrti er.n5ce.I .

hence her maralirue importance.Her "KI SMM A% the: ti- I... iI wf I t. ?.., iMile ui fr.,m is moot? a I Ir >i
Tampa flay, and Chailottaharbor : the natlnnisltHtftait1Ill't'',. 17 I" ;; ..,",. treV. r .le.| Sit Mate I ark j an.il. r.n.rtMs.: imlependrnt! of \ hive just received by ex-:

look into the mouths of tl.e Ifh'lunrt1nf IhrW, ,at t.h ,.-n. 'j'j j L. % ..fl f ., fr I .'t *".i tI.Ir .., .I'J thr tansy other .'h ntSft arising I press loom Paris,the following
;Mississippi, and KeyYst crowns 'I rnefertrf I.., .. ... . legraphic communication :
many Malt 44 Ir ." i iI : I .nh t'.1u-:r.*'"'" !; tons tar lor.litjr of 't. Augustine,
Jjer promonlor)' ; brwe lirr political ullr.tivrlyatsi, nikitisltra1l) .s '., :: t r" . \ ustsar'a t1e h...wthF l r.n "h.t part ef ".. John's river or liAMn.pril2:-"I be port and

importance. The loncoiDianis : -! rri artl of uierrt.Is.. .u Jl I" I. -. .,* .. .. *..e l I* a1M,1t r.uh. ekrwlrtehasnature sowellforrnnl citadel of Ciutaria have; *>cen taken
.: of these, and her ras* MIS.ccplibilily 211 vitriol ; , . .. .. I *>y our troops. Two hundred men
..'., s f afilrafj ""%""a. t i (I. that rrrk. l...nJ a site for a c at1 of strength': and.nf .
of a totctrd cottniiuni-j J I tendiknts and l .. . . among whom were two cofonc! .,
j J5w rffi' ns | t' J U-, r *-n .11 ir.ft a'rssat cnursr, a mart of deposit for theprwtincr
cation Jet wren thr Atlantic *r&. *: ed iris sovrrrigaty. 'a" ft,,. . .>. ., 't'. ((oars, she' ri.hTrn .. h..fe The montr* that anti\ ten other officers have h.-e.i
it'tard and the grrat wr trrn alli-s, their _. taken, together with five pieces f
nperti jurisals .t. > : .'I -r. w. R .hl'tla' ,; ""ito .....It! hwilil and other such fort
lornceher commercial imp.'"'.n* .. .cli: was NI% rtiaije tl Hi b**<. .'. >i .... tt.rr, rip the sent .';uld mure ?h:.s pay for half a dorm cannon, and provisions.
And the tr :-'iudl changing; and ". at a sii14l ltd..b .- ,. It is said that the merry h t'el.
K'af ; a M n *! ,Aw .. sot *i cau..i.! There t* a city:
their course to purify her dat. &t .. tutonttl Hurio: sine she 14th.F.ery .-
the '. .rcJ: ofi4ibi iau.. .5' ..'r ."5. .1 as' '\I 0- ; err nil .1 Arar the runtluer .. nr ;wo riser ,
invigorate her bight ; hence Itn for the ''K"r..litJdac .....QI t. I.. H. 'I' *"Ih.; ,..t z'tit tgiw;;, ? i; Htrst at"h..alth. il;,wate, taroks i I where the French .rahJ
< fertility, salubrity, and com I I lt.d. meets with tt.r. best reception. *
many romm2f : ij. I.r ... r' sa's.r".ae" a spills to the %ra, the trade .tuI.
forts. Hast HacMsA aKenteet ,.. ,.. .. l.oypox, April 22.
'J".n : s .'.f .f" t .rIs atirb 'ttd'.:1.1' 11 their purity, fortified bv futuream
Ii We want but a population ;' and ImtHltrcJal .... tt''CXtJ. a r'.) I, '.'k It' :,1 for r .1eI It ralpirra art, ant! wants; trot to tart .\n embargo has been Irid on alt

K v we hope[ that our new parent will, ordrr *, as ;sibllsrretl iierror.':f., ;; cabal .' I.. ki ,. tnr4 ,Nft. til" Nratl rebuilt the former flrMisii line, the Spanish scswls. ; the ports ifFraicr

tw atider'this general tlcrp of coinfurrcr f irignrrs to settle hCiCpffR IH..a1u work. 'MAl *tiii|.:'t jj**te.o.s7.srn'i I which the<;..../.m nf A Spanish: en- : ,

l'1 arid our own potrrty. aid! u onligatory on<< the j: iteiMr "'i I ..r tin w err tu I *,mi.irt vr a m*, t'rMPFr ha hail thrown di,1n J lo -sf jfSu.:
us "by adopting such tnrasuiesare : a*| lalit them iUted ) .
a du
{ IJU.tttdiii von *. no-rvrr small :a siran* j j jit i iii.Ve il nearly impregna'ife" Its
best colculated to rifcouri.grin Utit a' Lead rillts ....1. in ri& h. II ,. make> I . 1ro U .'VI'H.o ruFrr. .
; *.tll .11 U"1.. aI t I f t t, well ci.err l on Vaults ...drear
What Ieulrrl-w want no mute.- tern: iaifxirf.1 :act fiflrrn, 4H*.i*.r' tie itrmiipal :.*, t ..i* that *.i" :'.* fdt I r hy broad atnl fonllrs r1rrK. 1 ru I'.sa.M.t Y 11;rlue n den C ettoitron if T JJ-ir totaeLrt.U .1. .'

fttgnifies a mine of bold; foyaloi<<;f r wa% isied, n uriitig of 'tit )(<". r hot It .....\00 rft (. ,mthr ,tail bom1 prti-.f 'n all it. part ._J tnL t ha.. If"+ it'd oon all the right

i ' where! there is not strength to open I the gtfem to Ifalat..t a start ..1.1I t it l As an increase of population act offitVal gfacr, lu ...II .tit, remairird bar Mould tlischargv" krf| Its the .. to one third putt cf*u arpcnof Und, a-
suMr t<*cil* user bom'/riling and
1 is among the objects! of most I faithful, to the of Mifr taunt nn the |jt gxlc .f the :. mmh 4nrr.
j Spanish monarchy war Sit : (;rr1..1ad that
btra'hll'K batteries and should
) ; swat three auks &boTunlu
importance to all government, %o during the unfirf un.tr revolution r....1 through St. .\.* +tit.r't. bar. it I
should minor consideration gts *r Ineuliril, it must br in !,arts I Phut!. at the mouth of lUtou IttoWiatv.s
bend of Last 1"1..b, Ihat cutn- I All accumnlati..r,, fil water hate, I' wi links for rs: atattr ami, fomthe :pr A r*ul.in favor of JauKk looch.
at times to its attainment ; this metiiiliii eighteen Imtidred and the natural ( .11.ti1 certain chum and
property of bring firfated ,.. .".. .-* of water tu the ipon 1mpru1l -
will hold good in all couulfies out twrUr, a juatitit) ..f Und fjual to .IH itt the Inn I oil the sea inpiopottion f..*"t fhrauli nut ur-I n'f'nt'c.br..l.of'h'u. !,ti caws, 1kck -
oiertun by inhabitants and rset }I.. trprtitiori brad '1 hrrto milling i : ,. ",tlll"'.( between: the two F..eacsbu
rights. their ,
t to all tartcr fioo :
to such it is sterling as ;;. ; neie the only' .1 l orders it that. . tle furlion... I'tthtv. iiprrun.;: I jfrrrks: wli clithrv_ Lougtt_ of Janet tlltl.
cotun zin It is from .jn-ci ; in t? bring tin in ,nntt* Rust rahat I. awl AutfUtime: ( A I..'" t-*II the right toile anci inUrcu o'
.w that this a .trJ'I' git'MI by the Kin.: for granting the nearest sea" n quire onU thr J tuuinKas it af;Kik: tw--thai; rsrnt, |I'f l...*. pre-,5ot tr- migration country lainlsi anti they in no %. nc interfered removal ..f their uUJ'H"dunr.-t'- .. wf rtw nthot llscamha: Ki cr. 1'enwcnU &*..'.
a t Hit and
r; rise: ; (no matter about the ",. "illl tsar I ;" omrncrcc t Iputcwtd of labn Ilrrtun.!*f- aa
ThrhrtiofSi .
grants rn or tobeaten J.
aU the gi in % rt'er, ; if population is largr p.nough b stir from a hash ill br oH M ..sucion. tne ca Aqtlc
it will regulate arid ) gottitiutt has cunMlrraMrtesationto or tar iitiith it..*.. snit srrmttl towards .t.Ujr uf Juh r t''d. .t 1 .,"cIoCk, at
purify the licrriiotury j tNt.rh t'.nu'- thr fiend about the Citwf.nd ,
itself and it is ; an intarHl navigatiori, hr.arrrn t'.it.. .lIu'.n thistuy, tu satisfy 114xCitlUtua
) ihccrcouragrinriit
.ucht on their. uffit.ath.t't'I ..
hith _
is a rr.r mr\siuit fr ssa thr AtUnu Stale and the f '
held out by the government of all uptsnal t : thor, obligator; the sea, and this l, &Jr.lltlh't.lrd great v.tlrr, without circling : AV. .n ni: >ol'.
t new countries, more than iu natural lloth throe rural oidrr drtirrdntil wesjrrn
I hy thehrtk rbbbetween those twoptacr : the ('J.t,1 keys ol Florida. I M'ff. A'*, C'y.IX .
advantages, to in
bring the
'JU ) girn iul.r con ted I, ., while, from Rise (i'owfonl' I Thr tlbn'r will take its \It. "h l l.;- LI'
cheerfully both the affluent to increase absolute
at !
his wealth, and the unfortunate once the rule property i andsutha up to it* sourer, the kid oaf the ritrrctn I a departure from ..orur put of :t.. I O.l'll' .
tutor *. r.rswnli Irate but little if
't to better his circumstance*. grants made under the asap rlrsalion .1 I Jolmrurr. lam no prepared: at I I>ui swncc i/f flit r.roluuons of the
; $hould the administration of Jirst, as ili4t runs V 't"lIrI.tlt the ;[ this momrnt Iu say "ltirh .i\ the :f 'ntt 4. )L !>umlas M'hool.oacty.therewill
a until l (Governor White, in order Iu sea shore, and their wr find a slug- mutt rligthfe hut it strike IK Lit s' the etiri rooiathc tutsa.gan low-
new country offer but as good terms check tbe of ._ visit '
departure thou ho Irish ebb, as it trusts for motion on Mir that hr I Israel ofltbtk. t.h."C'CI'J' SaIada). tu.
on improvements, taxes, privilege had come into the pro*ans c and the rams and : i I.*r the r'I"P'te" of|>ractmnir vocal \ -
a iodulgence fctc. countries strram must trrminair: near the heist of ..eat IU u'dclC k.M..
: as : got grants, .. .with an intention to
well populated, it offers( ritingon itsuif.cr. Consequently St. TatTf or Santa Fee riser, an I'1 t IIoCr IHW | tor Ihr itvrtructMin uf each
nothing to I remain Lut to sell them and l It
i t' A eoil' the cwrrrnt, (rom thr mouth ehGlrvis a Altvml' o'clock
emigration arm of the Saw" antics which din* j i % ua) at 11 AM. ,
; a somethinginure h I.t r but a decree as a grant, I of Six Mile Creek to St. 1 .
t '' + AugusliurS wanted to induce Appachy.There -
to and withheld the tillr I tee th.
until thr bar,ought to be the burp*? of Ui'i.'o ip athalt
..' move from his lap of ease, bis i cir expiraliou often I same at Can, t.-rtr. be nu ilouot l |-a.l ., u cto'tt a.. M.Pimiu .
tears .t o tr tion; that from the Cow ford
St. JClhnt.I.ari
I to that of thr
cle of some great arms of t.John. I : OIH! duatrtialu to
society to are rrqaojtcd
undergo two or in which time for
t . want the titles but when takr '
we .
info river .t UMT tiiMrvn
account called under
three in ( creeks: hr"..aus their cm to tar
probation -Udt'rnell
year a I
titey could hot transfer them that this new channal will they let into that ittimrtisr river wlttiot a.\ I'J o'clock and tu p.wJ.Clcn
'' e the unfortunate; and the more in the to certain indemnify but by special jKrnmsioii from go be thro a country of equal sutfaer 1 I St. JClbn. 'Lul in other situations I rr,lU ....r rt" ft.I.U) inn''k.1 tu",UcQl.aUI
: rile vernment. Hut the decirc the laxrte.tsIt
given ofcourM- will I
: ', pensei of transportation, a new was, itaaU respects but that of I and thai Hi. John beequally river from tanked liar, would be called river) Hill, befwhd I ) ur :.r,
kclllt-ment, time and interests for right of transfer approaching near to the w IIA. >:LL IIUXT
as good to the Coafurd
to the bar :
has been
at riser running into the $ .
t two or three and there acrt taty
years* &tc.. grantee, bis heirs and
successors, tome remote P. Xw k ... .
period a (onlh.uh'l I luson.whereby communication s a.Ly s.rlJ.Ual
i by far tbe more numerous, and can: as if held the title, The grants of lakes and 'low ground a I II ?c, ltri3.ritrpurahuu.
through I could' benWnW'd with
j, but slowly if withoutindulgence. made ( tUNputhrl;
emerge ever, under the second royal order which a overflow i of 1WiKOla
gmt above |ia. I small These hut
rxjwnsr. arc
Alabama know u
we were all given in absolute
propertyat forced t fussagv, leaving the river J Jpart of ihe arpimrtiU that : I n\I": 1lrarssttas 1tcwrtIT1A.a win
progressed rapidly without coaxing once. And so werrthose made in iJL b.
r enfijrccd horn of
some placrs four or lire miles with the h.Hy J"I c
but that In grrnl propriety, citfd iq
was other times i
; by the respective govrrnor* from wide, but much encumbered with i i favor of that Callit. I nest,then-Tune it b prohibited Np any Mtl
} 41 the commercial bubble had not ret their discretionary powers as the hanks and marshes the I : every perwir, tt. fft on boani of tnjr vr cliwtcnn
burst and blown the circulating reward of individual mriif. the current in F There can he no mea, .ure t..at ;: tfti* |MtK, until the health officeriruke
-_. new clunnrl must b more: will please hsi to the beard % medium out of sight ; infatuated There have been three I c\l'ryIMJ, ; sutne few rrl Iort. oit pan
f ,
tla\\ry' beneficially rapid, it* Led tlrrprr, I having interest IMUlIf pnotesitvJ.acunh ttg to the Es,".
opposite ti
crowd hurried into that >
territory, of grants nude in East ''tJrida1bead and its breadth more narrow than I Ilb3.
project si ill u aosr it, or at (east,
and returned I ,
though impo ,
t many rights bounty for services that front '
the Cow ford to St. jots,. .ft' ,
try to de>crcdit it, but they will .r ,1/rF.rr"tb 1.11.
1 yerhbedtand be/ped arise her
to rendered
government and condi bsr. WAV .it tA1ZH I'l..
', to a State. Had pour Florida been tin nil grants. Some of the first All river that discharge on live'ebb 'I!I might he? in the. minority as one to l n,1 :A1' 'I311F \i):-
one lo a hundred. They
ceded about that time her I I
grievance asJ
were, have already said b- but
Rise water they rccrixe on will the '01\14112ae qr
probably to obsturr
,in all probability would have sued at once in absolute title, and the flood have wide and shallow I i I it attempt (10S"U"'IAUL\rmen t/t.e 27th rt"
been the other way. But alas I others grew into absolute titles at bars, and those laying fat I I i I'ablo'a by proposing another from St. February bit, the Height of thr bit IcU rt
out creek
at the eleventh of ; I, to North river,which brr.d t.t be dcUnrrxtl the but. il'.d!
.hf got in hour any time after fen years age The i hence the of by r.
cause the badness
of. (leads ,
to St. Augustine, urging s be duty ouitCirs, (rum th'tilar h. sloe f sips.
good luck, And certainly no other second those in
were given consequence St. Augustine's bar) and! water, on1 I" recommendation
a that this IVft-r Alb
of the territories of this of the second "itS ,
government order the
I royal marsh spreads wide and .
shat-j Contemplated by the Ilitish government Actillt tart>r t. ;is.lt'I1st .
has bad tho I1f\J
JCx same such at tie governor give for low in proportion to the sluggish But 1.1' it rrtnrntberrd J81t

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-- - --- : "fT'f'ut r. t 1'i"I'Jt11 a' lahwh'. .fIIrt a. roars tn reflect on the ,i to ezammc defoliant, on bit appearance court body, be withe not to beun&ntoodto .

n. lIft,. rtr. .<"U-r Ttrr terj-'art eBp.blr .t, uljrct and cwrwrfer that the principle* j'I u ".tdenof it u the fiM ippetr- take occasion here to censure .

fIt..' ," can be found. In fu"irc to of sat jrtncrnnxt.t mkr H the duty of e- sate legally under the warrant and that then*-AJ for the notion made by the

the pat ,iJ<* of the TemtoTT .t r'ge, the wy frood dtiteit to em tribute u much am. HtttMantwoukl confer the fact u he Attorney mUle United State to dbdurgw

w.t of p,rernttitnt Canliot'br mnJe pirhrt i* in their power foe the Krneral jod / Had before done out of court ami that the their foreman during this term it want

.an'nt .. .t St. Aiipi.ttrte t.r i'rn.a. .ori-ty. and that nfSrr air not made to coun soak have felt i H authomed to made M the Attorney believed, and Mill

chi. std ui.ld it U fact 111",1
ia+siilines. retted fv the jtulil .HIKtuc ? nlcr nf the cwrmiunity at larjri, the martial wHnewe.at Ht Mark, a w. on account of the conduct of that officer.

*ci nronitiKifl that the 1..J."eo that the) tilt txtirt/r with fN'. that it U tiuce of 300 Ir lt. and thus hue per- The Attorney of the United State take

(*ounal be h -U *Hcnflv at shear rittt + the duty .f"rry |: 'nd rrti/en. wbrn elected exited the hnpM htr.ty of a hill being tent this opportunity to disclaim any the aiglit

iti i. demanded *>>'ju- cr uml list 1M" totif (rtn.rnrthepubliekfaithful. **thit terra before the grand jury,and alto et intention of dire pect to the court, bi

ttitirct nhc Trmtory. it "illp r Ila,. I), altlMtugtt the cnfftpcimtjon lie mAl n 0 '. of the propriety of recon linr the par. the argument of this matter and hf d&

many to the %11M4(., rrndrru* :..irr iii ite lmnl cent Uuld be snail if tea the rnt ijnjftrrmv The Attorney of not nor doc feel conscious of awr pbrXc

\1' EI '. .1. -Si'c- .fc.I\. hh' nMth.rraJtlc'."i1l. A crmns. I the United .HUt* with these heJief and or conduct which nhoukl hare induced the
---- --- -- -- the 1'iturls to'ttelluitrd '.I-- 1ft nliisti i B BBMim.Tlic impftiiiom! moved a cmtin *nce of the court to entertain the opinion that tie Attorney

JOw itt r\tn.rt i. }..,. It" twit Wtar'r and A\tbfta* t.thr L. S. for W. F law i* capable of
7V fififtn.-'lliet. ; sir JW'I".bhctn 1 I nivuort before the court, until. the morning acting whb uMropcct
full" cfMI.JttAfvf tUc w1oiU'it+ii'} in : It"'f."t 1 r. the itt : tJu r. %uh in (tnUl .slim V. S. 1t'Mt butt fef Alabama. tt of IlefetvdAiit't Kanng his owa recollections of hi deportment
Kit I a"'. St f.r al 1111a" lilt fn ire sir %h MiM ri Inc"n.bisvr prwUert!tn atiew the propriety
}asst 110t.t.. As \(1 ur Ii'"r no iatiwrar M tth a cental pcmt-im tVthr sthaatag. 1objr, has been nut % little intr rrted by. detention me nmf thereby the des &language on the oeeuicA emtrmtti
ton p'hwrafrtnsJac1.'onrwdrt-1a.taC .ia.lithtits k afinlt. 'tn'Hh' Z. (nom the **"nIf'Fy |*ibte ftOt' t't.r b.* .& I tenti9 itntter the obligation then taken by the impretMOn produced upon
!ti4tthc wurd.fni. ."f.tttttfl'"ItJ I btr rrr ited, frwni the eial conduct enntaittrd in the Flood'an un't the perfection of a rerogntxance tn he: ambence t by ,everal of whom, among

.' rat R f..t.nru "tf'-t n *f...b- and b,- t ihfurn
Af. .rtri{atnl. .'leer G. 1":i.pt.king r*
ufthr dt.C1f1" .%,_" the tlwttm'he HrSi .' i rr, .r brtve)n .t w hrrr they pant at to .Itft ti rrcotols tinuncr which in such awe he had deemed imprtned. The Attorney assures the

t..Rhi d e'tinuI'c lncii I* niwlc t.1' the HillHA&.ii}, n,orr "t1t.n
\ rteofthjii rctHMi of t1.c Ttmtcan., is 10tHed '.'(,"'. dawn i. .n .ltlan IMtt' word i'rnfmttmt. A* for theft*. a fat t" *Ke court lAr* tare with respect to anilfwreution due to the cotinand Ame/i cite to

:t. Aupi tn e 21u-Uuu.1 pouirty JOtt- rt ran ti i .. 1M n'iatwwt i. tMratly arfMritf (%. it t* called) stated to base "*the car, w a. wlttf inciJm- act with deliberate dUretpect to ita .authority

mami'Ti!*nmKinfrinall VM totefcOIIM 'fll..i ..atY.of.. thr brat uilsshittd ftf.tt'. hewn ni,.4e in opm court and to He on re- '..s.( MI in the mind if the Attorney --All which i is respectfully *ubnutted -
rued lit < a is n.lleing n.ire or lr. tK n'j
: Kill prabkblj be il,'nc,l-to MrJltrmndcr e.1x414 .tu "Clef 1ftnt. araitlieiarl tM p.t.ahct an ant way fnrthecdnCnuance Sic by
JuO-Mr lUnnlttMi. ?.,%Ir.lkthtuie e IHal.' of rich biHils k4 t>tr t t** the sue '"I--f- a i4. *i f tni na'k'Y.y the a.\t'tl The Attorney of the C. Mate WlUJAtf 1'. STKELE
fn"id" ,"....r the .iiirnec .. moat trru* e- .Itlft .. .._, IT. State tfc.t .
t.su-\Ir. Ilattl4toi.. Ct.ti a'wsi of sugar ki the ailyacrel furtLrr .tttr., tl *t on mppearinfon the r r /
hnvk i-cr, loilte on 4'J fur turn tn. M 1! *"*." n-t*|-t it t ;" .H/6idIeons .asierl'i and frrl *pp*, Up n .ote bilKwttwftwrrr ninmr+g.Aihr 3>nl m cruirt, f>r the lr. S. |}i*t. Court W, F.
; '".:.. act 1'Pu$% ,t.. Ztatiln3 ..it.4ahNandr tr** Vfr-rr th t.. l.y the its I Maars. n pptiit4n tn the mQt.ieharg )!a' f. rn,1B2].
1" t 1aK!. I. t1c h
1.l';i$ali\'e rU'\\\C\\ .,. ; h cni'gtt M die prt-P. .attir1. t;-'Met..t ,..". .citxrt tr' .1 I rK ,ha its ,anti spit, wsSMwt "U1"ttc",1..t ;'+i
., .. ., hr had III the ca e, ..., .- eflu-
j I .rictao. t/ .t Vrif tae o .1 ... . ewe argue JJ.* following
J4,1..1 : t. tr- tb *
: S.lrrsaii4''..1Ji.a ttir .t di all 441 t_"' s" hr -i. Ja",.lei's fall; on thr t.rt *.[ UM> t'utcd ytstec lOll! %ion. Willie ctunctenzed hy an unusual

1)i. d.\. .t lac u'loclt 'tilt f"oIf'It J't; '" '!" I"l 'eat ,..,' tllt tgi 4 sash tii. t.. ntiLr a p.N' !'J!/i,e nr Kerd the Li. at berate ment drgrte of pathos and driicacyr it t* pre
:: .:., .. .,.
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the ili. .wth M t.
ant nh'1' the 1..c..t.tJ\t. ("tlC"J .." I .n.,** ". ,. a ra'*"i-t':. .* r<- ff airy tisei 4i . ( J.. *. one,i. V tt n.4 the i mirt orrrpik-d h in, Miu.rtt that the trite of the Editors of the
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p. ,". ",. 6raey's .11.-++8.1elh..' II" ist* ,4 '..* ,. j' I 41 1 .- tit aM' .r a w ahisl that he then h% greed the e>irt wtwih1drrm 1"airiiliaa will be gratified by their insee-

n.'tItcl.l4..J A. C/4 !..*" H. Ir ,;.1,.m -\w 4.M5 ttl1tvkri f"l 1tr nhr .. .s sail .. r .INr.. tm tW it prnfr r to r s mtnr tl. defendant, h on.-Thcjtnt i* from the pen of Rl H.

J":; ; -J Jt. (i.baa. H,'If., II.1.U.JJ.c4 \,. .:!t+tansata.Gtr, fatidl it awttf.ly ilk_j'I r'atwrl .\* tw .th. p .Mh.he'1 .,r.t.tK.J. -I then brag a" e *irt upon h.:.n cjf lljin''f It dile. E* ]r. a dxt.nffuuhed advocate of
Hr. *f" tk- \ ",., /" J..1I bri/ullttt. I 1'iv ii' ,.! *. f<*? Ia'Fs, tiM$ ass tfiots..,ff of' .,' n, aryl not .n eu.tr l; ae,) acseorrtaaft <>rorjria-Tic antwcr hi for HJ author a
'. the
,:, '..., ,'1K. tt.1,(. )4m. ut tl.c M ill: a '.aitn ;.r w lrlea'a rx."n .l..! rr . rr'h. lie .Mt i *H* IttfA 1ft the motion mask by the Atlor buly oI'8altifDOft. wbolpJesn indeed to
.coutinU the Jinifr ..r tin hlwti'.r' y1r'te' j MHTt alert tails r-c lu alert' t. flub. au 'I -n fthe t" .test Sute the la. in the ttvri tA M
"!, .. ., .' ,e, pi.. nips attiwww outarjpie eJ **
t ,.... f't' i .. It sri.a ..'.4 .... fM1M.0.e
aitpi.tw.aru3 '> ale .f'
wart of }-,t liar u 4" J. fI' r. i.r .troa,.' ..j .. than .ft.ril.t rt! Tof .ti rh'jT{ nntt .a. ha off bowrter, the hr ttxJe of thuP1HLO. .
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the c#,i.tt' +* .. '.f r. a Vtw .
titntlirtayth101uN4I I. t.- i t'r 1 ...t.v At _.ta MM'Mtltwy .. rtrnrt fnrth fire* tJ 'r, that the defrwUM 'J"."..zAla.
fauna . . ,.11. .
1 h"I.'t.-_ s yaw *
"hlle L'isIJet.tta..n3 ,.':.iI ..i1i i". t9M... Mtfladtt rilef_! : . ,Vw.I..e .tetkitkeit in euitndr, uatit .
r .; .: . -
t '
tf t. : a
ir.wfral Iv I.
.4tU aJ.ti I.
of tlst'd .. bfnrtt-4 thr his .'"Z.l S.
GUUU I :.. a t trf 1'4r"4'lu't 1 t, fA"t "" tsar A t* n j H to Court !
. .
'mile snit .
r..iJ ikpni.lrr Ml
Uft o tin'ztal4ea.. \ ,..r i J*.*..lu .,." ;art I %' *. i. the <'>)-t' '.t ."mu'..n. and Ur lift U ask t the summer rove,
star .1 ... ails 10t
Mr. (4W tUrb via rd t1.! the ttittfft.twuio i. m sirs.1r I I I t .4, *.W | r".r rlj ,f jrr** *.C or ref nfW.I. that open to the morning sky,
.. i < tlMC CVJMftw
1& tl.t t Ie..iflt.. cot r 1lh tt I ... rt M i1b 0 and
here of
\ pu"C'e'd ktVear b fre the mutt It-it rrr the stiles vveninf close,
tat it, *nu. pan ct*n Lori; the ,."fIt11 . ... -. :I i It' Ai i o. i' if I I tier \M rri* nf I' lasts It HU'e 'aiLI 1 cat'rred on the rouna to die.

ter' J'.11" ".* ta***'** ..ru1 ...f..: .p.. fT. . -ii : .', tai ,t ,. j IS.. \.. ... . rJ l *"tis t Mi tKr r Mn .f.fMrr tn hate rrrt \rt ass that ror, humble bed

(i< it<.U. q h, .. Mt e 1 Ito.lrtfi+'r.4, itR t.. .. ..& <. j. '... a... I! k fIMa"ctrJ.. .rt.. were, The s.retch dew of night seethed,
i t'< rtAnciUhf n.. ctio
h.IIrat'rrcttwtcivl.a.fC1 14.R.'.. JI '. " iO". ., ;I! to .. .. .n.. i 1 1I I" .t..to let .!'".*< *t tnr the court tUit none shall vrff a Uitr for me.
1'1*,. .M'1 Jf1IU II 7 4.J"er1'a .... I RIJ ..,. f. ..... .... tI '. f 1t ,. r. .r.., i +*. NkMHt n UA rr, their an rt omem u*'

tit J I.r, yt.0 1" w.7tlKewit .t t. 4 '. '\ t t, ,J.it aan4 tiir r !I. Ar S i.rt ;.ia*ai I II t. w M .. trf'AI that 6t ti.ers"ir .Mr Ife a f.e the anfuwt kaf
. % (( .< . . .. .. .. .... ", ." __. J JI tit ray n.At tremblr m the moon'. pale ray.
M u i r hcl. cii n i < t tr ;, a c rep I rt4., H wy at +'i.
I 1 I 1 ,. ..j ,.1 .r I .?*'*. !bat I tip .r Iu KH a (fratl lets date it brief
IUn cc.'Jj; 44 !Lt 4T ( ai' ;arRi.Ytir 1! I . i' i -y-. t t.k.sf ",4rrsr sj. t/fII"W'Y" ."
; 1 I p . ... . ' .ti" ail t .' I J.rar qwf 11J"'W. tc..k. and Bonn tA
.J :j., .:. ..., . . t. A pMlIY.
.u A. t: wttt '- Ul rb t w ".1. a li l BIt lr i ,Aar
I Ij 1I .. .d.w.rsrAi. qji ur rarrtt
L .
I ,.. t i,* ... '. .:. -. to' ."' r I.e. ... I \rtr-r that 'rs/.tWl MI and fade
'.t t.le dk.1 ton iwtcnwr. to k'Hr. ,., 'f'. \ f. '. t. etfttiq, t. w.1.1.A I ,1i ; +' .. fw m J..** U'. that h"
*f . ,* . .1..f '1.. ... .hm- s I Ii frff ".tat tree ,bi.H fTf-ium tUshadeI ,
i. d tilt: tt.t1I.. ra W t2N 4l.ClU11C" tu c.iU . ',1.C P' H.e+'btt#Iwllilart l'. .tleraMi.. ,.'..r.d'f.., i ii
< . w k..aal'N Ml.it. t..,.., ptfr.t.s.it .. 1.,,' ... ., t..1.. a..tt. . I a .. ... rtp/aaMI i' fr. 'hr 1 iit.t :,i ...'tf i trcmaIatittl.t tow ' crof the i I Uc ...i. u. *ail the IcaHe** tree
i prv
. 1.. hut th Il brtutkt
tr 14. gait for
< rtt',1N tt' fMM' a pfh me.
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: l.t
h'.ntt.at II.a 1.v-t it .. .A U !.,. .iiI'i 11M .
; u.11 1.l1l1 f- allMiie wrdar+t' tfc ,, ... \ ., .... titt ..af a.l Oft r
': ir.td ctn1.41.uu.estr bs JI. .. 1u"r t....,.* .f.., b a'tliitr. t4IY ts i.)..'tM.iMh j jI t. 4. be .r..I.. .: x e t" t i .JC ct J ,fII.-tt..t tM' .torl I Mw HAr .. ftke the pints, which feet
.. 1M. tb w *
t1ll.'ilCJ. uti %taa,4w fK"1t, tt.r : antiv..t ', ,'! I". I.I,4stis 't'U.JU. ,,-M 1.. i t..u.. '. I*. t.p ,.. rep re-tilt ..rt.be e.ajrtral tit COt.. Hate leftonTcmpf'*de en strand

.t:1 c/dtd.. .\. )i. .1..1 II -'''U. I... s4 .\ =:flM 1 r.. .. .. ? It -till I fr t If"e 5015i4? and lr.p the oon U the risen; ti Jc thai brat, '
.. "l4It..r ):,. ..81t. ., '. .1 t3lt ..i t "r - iIf.r'l. AD sill fmm sand
1 4 A"'Mttc r alCil1l, ten +l; fI'It *; .fit. .1 t-t b' e4 '. t. stint true vanwh the ,
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A. V .. *,$.J'"tlH. U 10 } '4't,1.. e ittMIt .' t.d r. , .,' ,M | ,. 'k. ..j hair t I**' *fV :" ..r .r . ... n appeaiws itp'a, thist \'.. Lt afgtieysngtnefface.

.+.-t'NAs Oat tin pittfbtMttt tr4 t M tit Laii i Rrf a. M* c tnww. WI-.I .Ial es.. ..t'' ff's a r 1.t w . .. . fea: tt vie irst t., hnt'is AH .e fate of the human rice,

C .,ic l|(!< ,:;* ,n, .4 mi4.>T>. ffiHtat lid, 4' ..teft. .,' .-.1*4 ?*. J :4. e ." ,* -. ." ... ts .... .1Mth re. Sit that kxte shore loud moans the ea,

r.' ../ :fill. *iu: rtwi.,14A: tK$I'.. of Mr n. .* ..- rs .u .,4tliCtt..tiSM "t !bet '01 *. H *Ilivo . I' . of f .rI 4. Ae seal ,I Hut none aLts' shall mo im for me.
t.,.. \t""'''ti'h 'J.ur.. t! tw J\J uck'Lt. :..ri.u ti. ... u;tv .. j i f I w ... f' 'ma'ny 'tfit I_ : ..' .trJR.
.. t. .', ita.. ., e.i .h a MyH tt .ltfiflttA ; h. sMetal
bt4 it 'rI. I .
; 4tar .
- . j .1, kV. ,.'. to The tlew* of n.tat may TJ1 from llra cq.
)1. ... .. ..1'j.. i.I .\i :1' .... .... II".. .. .j Flu l '., I iflk . ... '' .Y.t al : 'tla artiav1 ce.altt I'pon the withered rJt bed

r.k .Inn'. ... .. 4r 1al.tir It tbtr. : h. i '. t. i ptte'ai, till ,.'_." lit. .. .. . . ..1' ...t. **. .... .ate .ttfHrt-trt I .\' tear nf fnral regret he given .
1,1 t )11. t.1"h{ i a s t!. tr hti..tii t. fI f, .. .. .... vf -
i the
4 .. I. ai 1 aisrti .i :'1" . s.i M '. I i ;k* W : wt I o tfMMirn the ttrtue of the dead :
lot UJk' .1't. 'f'. ..t. oJto Ilya. [ f'1 1 .dr. 1 hc'al a h hi" IlsttM. tl't k.iM ers" .' . '. : '. 1'1 t"r: ?. 1..0.,.rlrertr 1MI ., tar : Yet m*>rtunjr'. Min the dew will dry

..... t :**Tr> jv 'r ..d '.I.. tusdi 1 I'. <..ttn* tfr,' N ar.l. tl+rarai1i1' *fn *. .' 4 . '. .. . ",t 'ow.r. ..Itst t \.i U arv w,li fJc from lomiw' eye.rfret .
: 01. tuL.c-tZ' C. "r..tkilt. i4 t4'fti ai irp- *.. .. Lrtst"i.t t vtr-l " +lt'aP'Irt.iale. r .
t "mutt (writ i.i'It t.Ir .1.* -- \ M anir be luU'Jtq sleep
i iI' -* '. v,.* .** .P/'ri' . .iM.,ni' t J. ar .. dI ' . -v' t.ik d ,, .. l nil.." lust target to wrr*,
11 o'livti J'.1't'' :< irj -.-M t."- i "i'' IV.. tut .I!IiI a It;. fi61 I. g..ar.IA.twat '. t.-r. rt d . ".c--t IntA.fO t' .

1 t" t rsr"l attt ii tl. l(,!.w... sass amt j.t'Js a't.' .'- JYy ar!. tpo .tt .'.. MIIiarti ''H tMr rri i. ..o'. '. i, ., . .. .. S*. t k t fr4 .'' AI "f1 TW t v' nuy mourn its alien Jbt yf -
.,. aiitumn w bewail its hrntaj.Ai
( 1WJI\'u" 1I p.:.:'a c..h-tI' It.m f.' M p.ttdlstali i .. 4 .,' . . .. i ii." I( ';.< fi. ikb.. alai IP ,
t" 1t.. J frtemi m. brarr. the sigh of ; .
Jt .. a .t.\C"C't 1 1.1. grailit..e, ,1tt I II :. i .45.. I ....1 **."*s i I ret'tani -
.tit a ii a 1 O'rr those wlta sleep within the tOmIa.
I bid ut.r ttrtiu)rr ....4. ..twu at'a'wrt its: !t...' . . .. . 4 4.tts ".sliba, s s CI .fto I'.IM 1fta' Yet wtlUprtnjrrmcw the flowers
i4 c.IVL.t..i' .I40". ; ... .. utt t. .-
Ci INone't.head
I ;.jI k . .. ti a .. YA 1 1111
u-i .f \l will line hours
t mr bnnff more *ra
i" a.l cirdtifeUfyts uixlr *luck "j Ilnri I tlwttt ... last te tfw ;
A < ; tIt8. .".1 era'
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*, t e Irt hurt all die
i frtendJiip' eric'.ill
.., .l.bowtt"U. U : tcUit j' ,
< < c step .t. el. i'.rnattmtta i alit
t'a4tlutgirtti'illt'1t laaiar,.'a1wt1 t 1.. Iii'Prr4l. tIC. .*. *v *.; . .a ,mitten knc f JTftt to ../.
n n nieh hf' tnrk
.Ir1'lair" 1.i i M a-
M.V.V- Ie. .IM -s
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l (Art M htJ." a ."trr A .Lis I Il4 M'b 14 wins 'rlbi .% 1es' t t ; 41 itt'l' i .'. '. 'coat he h r' .".. tabu.Ir.u. . r.a .. a. u.. p.ar'er1iii -.. The mar on the desert ..
t.:, ",' .*4nf rto all;' ,:*n ol tut '(1 hit l f"t\J taC.tr01111.3flpa f' 1 t.. . f. ..J tLa t.t.;11 '.e fLM ,..,. i.tea IN salt we''r uivUr the Lament each trderitlean away,
..' hi 'tJi & "'t, iLt n. .-a.aa.r.' trim. Let k' s at a"' A .tiOf' )tss'iaM 1 IA 1.1.1I . tweesr s alllis.a .hll ..r-t" the Innelt heart ale rnef may pour,
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I tit t ,
i.' '.'ui ttt.0' sitars ',.itwnk ( 'tiN" I ( .. ..f\ r..tJ bra fit 1---- 1 J A" : uf l/cr chenai.'sl fn.nd fiat
hip' decay
j a . . t ... ., . .snit tIP J earl ".*. Attt r wait MPre-
,',,,,; -J..A,1 \.* k.-.t to d.'ih' the a ; .'-..' '".tI. tlLie.tM'rJt4 t s .f tsar ailed SWea,1 .as nt.t an Yet w hen all true i* lost and ftMte, *

rya'4 !'** .J C. //-w.ifjA, ilu Ir .. 14A tr t .. I .t .?i4 tW .. 'P'u4 "+rwwat'':, -. .,r. t ., lit.c..- tin Al. .,4"': r .# ..- ptuc The At- I Be w a*6. dance bn jht and daily on,
-** ar "* ; t
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..i of itIxpfcUi H t MI O: "II ;iitri.r ttwf. > .i**,<, bi tea. .t t .. ,Piwi tiC' Nlltr5t a t4 u" t Mlr
'" (.u i ' i. *pfct-l ic J rf !.. UHflt and It.. '(., *v r t|>U.tt act.in<.eatt k* HribfjeJ .a.n.alaoft iu at bt .
.. . .. .. .rt .." p n lm i.list iA it
Ati ..1.ad. lyttltlI a trIII1Iqat+, J'UUtt the of StarteHunter.
.' ': auliwM . tat Mr.
.. tIt es.IywN4'aaadatiw
to". ', ... .. sk "w. ... It;., .. "i ?
rdnnr -}t\n'J the last ii _*fn of 4 ., tttt rare tM ttnia. +l ..s \ '. %. .. taw La* aft. to "'at..1alwtrb.ttilfs.I . seat Sparta Cbneeuh County ALOft
id tit.tt'U y
t 'trB4 t..c 1a.. }riM>. ii fe> .!.* |.: '. r UK- tint h. ff lrf til* IiiI's < thr I'th twit. by the Rev. .Vr. Tnrtii.OpUinH. .
ii t.1i 4d ttwftT lttrtr \
I' ...%. 4 O UX i. for !-*.!>; k Iti si fiw* >li I' 'a h'a It 'I.pagtt} $ flit t. .. <. %** S r i..a. *** K. ,.ian.t' S. Armyto Hiss

tit 1tr-iIiI .... Lttn rptaIt4. inn w j'f r. .tM I ,.. 1nr4 pill 1 .. i.t I.. .f't .'t) .. irsb-'rw'h21das1 .2J.atansI .4\..* 11t i.. only daughter of Ste

M .1.tt it is ;,,.r.t. hesrts-4 Iot'huta1l Malt r.tpQr ..... M t i.1a i' 1t.iI Mutt .; .. i t"t'Malr'ie'.! r/. A" *** 4 tt.t t CM. I iltr as t of I "Wfrr* ptMMr4 JtAti ..\pr.l 1 I.\ ttoykin IUt|. of South Carolina.
1uI... ... . nltiMA t.tfii . l,'kit "a1 apt few the p.t.st.l .etd --- ,
t.1 to salt, u..k''s s" 11S lit ,war tea ipramaw . iris 1 r a 'I",, C ** r J 4 :* i f't

'tali 'lift.ii< rxi
CJI.t nt..nI.: ,ll/t; f ourt IJUHV. aie4oip. I thYo .,......- .t ....--.1 I r" ; .: L a.t.M. .. ..Yi .1'" r asss a.. t ti. 1 i. "_ I it .a .a't" .. of u. act p3 ssit t -- ----- --

etude Hit act.1 ..,..t.k fit pow. w.firmi.tia"a't'.i..aiirMU'71r*, t.tlia'e.Ile ., 'i.. I .. h-. i. -, ," ar ." _-.i.. .. Du" !*... III >44Vf>tw.a tw the .Hi.rr F Aitun.iil. a

drug aUf tit(: lao.raaau.adiitii .1 ktr- 11,. II ll., 1 ..w .WittA lr+rt tttM i i ,14. fI *". t f i. r*' il .,. ..*' hi-t" .\U' tai t *r.. R'.,t rsi'. r i-t. *f. n' Sch, Tom Shields |'or yth, N. [Orlean

i. UK t 1t. tests cA yii.rd.ud ttf.kHiMtr ctft' .MrHi .' k.M ft i II ':1 .* n._ .-" t sir I**.. .c.sfnrwt!' b isle'WfIt-ttb.t.. A h rxr fmm' Conreuh with 74 bale

fa .'j j i>nt g-4t{} On in f i'..m u..bw..111II. o4 ,4.' via. to 1'. .'MArM., *i f ..'M p. .. I A ?,. i. **" ..., ., .Y I Mrl tl t i I n. -1: d'sann the cave of the i,eotu, to ... H. Kabct k Co. and Jo*.

-fifyfjjn tlum ."Ii| wit to hilt inn cw.lnar. ti... It.ak \ a.txtr atv riasrgs b A riti.t ta', 1. . . ... a. . ..ft ...ltta tit Jla..ct..wn--. the C. i. Cha C Kr% rr.

''iit ( 'wgi(tie IiU.. j.Lrf.t Uc4 law lit lusrt t....+ibthtrMialda/tvtitit, ..." .u : ..., n* .1' e., t...". ue .I srihalpl.i'1. 14 W..kJbMN,. j: )1.. f, CLK.IHKD.Sett. .
, f 'H.ltlJ ("0(1 ft* COt,.,4.. .b, t).." Ix'IfM; < k ton*;* lud 1' from t*.. mll'14.. S i. , . r"* t'". fr s'S". U Jf .-s0 a..cis it ,.. twit th-t .t i.a Tom ShwkH Pornth, N. Orient fit'

.',. ( WfK.JI eta! r (,alt tAl" tau tn. C4.u
t.S n. caatttaC4' (...,,\c lit tu iUth4i ,. trjri* totw talre,1. i .**' as Ar ........ .t.. . I hear '' wfcrfc .W |rf j*. Itrd. h*
art i14al i1iK n.Ja u"I..CIt' ,1..c.ut. Inn.11. .. ,'''*'J t* u ****firy ..t.HtirfJciui aMsuaatws4 1) ,sass. .. .. . s ... :0. .iisht f aa_ irtartt :: i.,, t+r prp-r iir4 bT tH vrn* t..w m belw I An armed Khooner supposed to be a

\ .. ::'' .. flf 'It ,u.l.i lt icCN.t) qf .., tatrlt'tawis. Ii ..: e..i t.N t. .4' . "tIf tiny l r'ttirae1. '. if ",. r Mii.)$*f'att, ""!ru the | na > t c.a r...

idnutthuy tbit *Uit r oitkt \t.. to .s M.Ie- i ..,....' tor pakaa'. .. ... Yin( wall .k '.w ..t a..: .....t- Nat U I- .e.. rr. rn d b; te .rl>itr, to I ___ __ yI .

<| < tr.butuilt. lit n.ust stops A Uu u- afar t. ilpi.q to ire \nit' taliifi.4 to a. .. e . It *%eta slit fi4kMfc .* .....,...*""- : U*i. T. \ 4. Ihltitflit L1tstlL'8\ SALE.

bil'i, (MJMJurtkMttriM .A. w j-w.*. I If stir lass' l+..aWt.e ralattSstiim4 ta.+thrrltutlf.ilt4 a Jt'V .\11,r.) .>f the i>n.tnl 5Utc I hound

1ty .Ls1"nufa to the |KOU I .. U. )*!n..rU IIIKI I bit beJ b) Ot r Mg.UM ....U to. . r % Mlft r .. .. the attdeuht) whieU be crud t. j I .11 inns the e-rrs directed I
of ll Honda to m.
fort tunueC'ld tJII"+ if rr-uU.L1i? ban k., d..r with 1.tfa. at pub.Js l / .V .' Ik. lI WtMiivtl .t ._. a.. .." .1' set'. oa.trt u. "hie" aitentMMU sat Auction and wilt ,

*< IruMjiipiJat; Cun rtM %. ill M-I tau 14v I : ..lIku.. Mrtst% $81 CIft .1. laublee"Ja1e gt"h pt'.rt4C' en Hit ti.t.rt .r .,... articd con"C'.c".J, ucwsliisx to his halltipoveat puhfic bidder for cash on f'

KM tj of.|jprw ingot tl i. tw(. wrr.J 'b "* ahl .".!". r d..s hip trw.tl ..t'it,1w I' .twit r..1.c ate. ..oLef of taM ai.le.a tAt>. maul an jutt.et ell to the higneit ht of July next the follow

hr ( ircuTt ' 5 .4nl fie Intr.. ... n..s4a Abttta.drkaaj, tie b.Elttttr.state', that !.. nr cf a ouM Tuesday the day this ., .
tram l JlLcIJta< tby CCl'.grriM, iuv %.I'\WJ. .f+wss .... i1. '. . _._ .,. 4lithe4pir. that It amu c. .I..U, IhcNp' u beIbr latter beers lntrrl.ipp rtiijf a pONitom mc .Hjf property

s. v,. as in InI".Wt"flCed.t It '(-1 ofto .*.irtan'il.e ruotl rr.]K ruble r.iatts' wrt.nes4'gli.l Aiturnc) -L
'.IIt. law 'I.tf' r.u.lfl$ s I't'ttlUt'. 'C brit hWj'wt Albrhart \a.IiI14 alt tsar X.t.tku.ma, .1". that .ccwd."K Ui. ".M I Jk AWol c U.u i r repiiAlSM tie with the bulldlngi thereon conritlnf of +

.|)plj to thr taynttIt III the d sdga ho Hurt he LoUfcitfeHite ui for "M>rj &lf te tU tan.. .- JJ tort u* .u hitter n tuti.t anal ../slstl"Ntiteltin' twodarellingho'ats.and out building all

tt 'IL kc courts last the |".< r to .liars let .|,{MMr the 8.d tan of tbrt TrfTttU.R rant of tht court uis."it 1M irjuUHjr to turrrct priM"k b .twlt be trusts bC" in goat repair, the .um being vtuated

; rr-"It ktli.ni of ad n"uctntICm, kiwi tots. ry *Ml4 h-,e An) tunikirntr 111,115ig1atliig tunable bf.r *,.A.U' of tW peace, ti- has the teneration tick a fiecrnan on yang| sa street, and numbered in the

fM'd *iU: end deed ; tl<. ictttit} ofetcd aIhhiual fui the njht *.J Iwitornotrrtun III L. wanted[) deft lur |irtw *r to be e&*oai rd-orbiu i and .ft AftM'ric1tn Laru" should plan of tb4a City sea. ciicd as the propeno '
with Mich .1.uWJ Ic a an attachment, aa e. of Juan Miguel de Ix-ad and will "
|x> trk a too UirntAN 1.,11 satu a Ml onr to appear at tto c.x rt-.Uut w.--I. KrMiine
:"raaua kinl urgent not to uittt jour hat II' Mgal4ihu.wnrt'lwtabua' the eUarpr ... appear to the court. clearly tea the honorable court it* lf ram r.irr be oU t" aatUfV a debt due to /'mph E.

idrt4 pt art ,;t:('n. '',t' Cncwt I 'ourttt |:"l AM It! %X. ta lit ,'.iirtilea, befoer U part> would ...nd be i. wbolly at a Las to know Caroa appears ofrceord--rTh titles to

.u or. iiinl JIJn"lt'l.Cln.u.U tauaca )gars I dirrrria At l u.I.t..lkakrnuhwreu.g. be w.tJ ds.char ed, a* the ofhcer before n bolt it was either in his argument nrn the nand proiwrty call be '" .*the ofice

tr.,1f1} fr> one tuhcJruttJ,11Ja tied .n u'er shorn ht II brtu&Ay dots lit try tuna IN .nncr, wh ch..ho .ld hate drawn upmhMM'tbedrCMlr of the keeper of the public architt*-*Jc d

M. i.UK i f ..t.n the 1'crntor* tau race 'u istnhtt the "tlClUhu u.e i.t.4 a .). oils J-Ict'e'' tbc prulanttyd tom eusar I pprobation nt tin to take place on th. prtmi c*at 11 o'clock;

t'm UJ;,r.arrLctana.: IhuuWtlcEtdrraiJ' date- f<>r the eifrfc of M.tr, for the etw |,im toW hi* fMJ11if Attorney o4 court.**-Hie opinion thus minuunednu .\, )1. WYKA.'l. D. M.fwrV. SAy

it s tu Fit or West IlorvU die* nwigs.L WHir.I. t-.. I bast tiwu fart .. ] rertit the U.itrO hUr.bcueled that the war h..c Mcn Ukcn up limn improper CJ. f
ctt' or bun be uruble to tithe ubcic .tcvt if UMc frtw construction of the taw, brlaree, .-
say cmiwr, t.nruroiM.f4ir our ** u r.preM \- rant o a* founded nil an oil* nt.according -
d'wt'xrgt ,. Uutict slit whole judicial tirtf oiiiUiou rc.jxxUnj lbs a.Iry to the CMtutMin l w. the tea atW tin th.* ". ant may be incorrect* but 4\/"AIII H: F.

JiHIl.C4 uet'gs tkler iw* cMttrvt* daunt be whtLii our M<)orck-, ought to i taara faelria.eat w the COtMCA.J' uf U. Ji. has Wen honetj aitJiiklepeiHlcntly held June 31. J 2J1t.'rCJ1KS.

....u1. It u jutotobc obvncd dint fur mycif. MI iiMlithliuJ, I ana of use v sal. "I..tt. IW dteiaion sa J4b :: and afford up>jn ta web .nnd a* the : '

slab t',1tIoU 44 tJn..r.1tlahuD ofre- V., thc MM 01'. .Un, Uivukl be tn. ;.. 44g. fiat d" swat fur pud I Attorney ticeited he was entitled to do '\ \

sru. lo'h. "'.i) ire tk't aiitruduoion of ring btiadte fC't.w.d.u 'I".c! dut ri td tauw-.sUe in tICH".t tatainty. and -'P' I KMC the court. In order to ubaut the fT llB penoiu wbote w tchr$ wew left r

.l.\t", 'fI iii''..1. 4a( .Y4. tI.et.dchl Its,or C""teDU'.CJ.CI'"t ,iI.tD be rt.cut es portcdLy tIItJr"--.J tjst the . I q..ctt.NI full l) and nunc IU opMio JL wWi )'. Ji-wepfc Dunce tq' repaired -

J...., n r.a, fcd 'I' UtatW dilly promptly to fret, rte but litucb a.ure ki Juou.tU4Uitiut entered. ioby the *2ty. sod apoi whica .n reraN 10 tl1c t.nad Jury the Altar.pcy bcfure hu d.P rture for tho aorthare

.41a4 .:'hough it.Jwu1d uatcitcrt with of the n cn.ber of slat CA) Coui**!, *Lorteeite he w at attemjiiiff the court, vt4t in cufJkie'I lUlU to the court, that be recollects hereby informed that they can obtain
\41 t.W .t.IWu shit!, the IxTgulatircbe no cunniiMtn. 11err ILTT nasty wrtlithr Ia.,.Iuda rcq'WRl a reeog- M n o p.' ce ears IIII .ft air I them by applpl1gat state ul T"lTC.'I -,

IIa.d1ft W Le held at other few cities in the f. fc, of the iie ufourt aiaaace-drtiluai It w L. "aa c.ba.pbua Miaeat.baa hW ,Ut4vao to the -n4Lry ) .x ATeUNa d paying the ex,

?Ii r. Urn; I't'nl.wla or hL Au6 u acne. that allow allY e.aL.rr to the VU)car. record tutctededit before a 1Rafu.irate . w d oonaequeail hd ao intentHm tort pence oIrcpair.Jaan.
l. i JJ apean uJUllJipdtL1c w.nh tit intcrcvtcountn std tome tint fellow neititt/ fcc i.ur arils did> auOvrued for Ih.t p *rpn.e. .lOa led open tint vwljr..or cut auy Iroputotwouponliuw -I 21. !.-91

ohk cod tLc caxculioii of the I ty. But 1 am of the opinion sLat tiieMa co*JiuoM ttf appear at court-and .w.a I -Ow-Jch he would ufrdth sow CUMBER.CtLQORlN'C
I would be .** .
I kcal hi. fthould depend uJ'Un.O D.ud'i )or hould receive fret, and pert*|>*a.maf dc
r tu cti'tainty and the .vubjtct u aubmilledI sal I) of t.o or tLttr >iui ored tlolcr d,d ewtrrtftja the optuon uprt/trd by Ut..,! +rt tram tuaM iffrr ti tH "''the. on plAnk tndte berof
)nit jlslgnettt.4rralratrq Ian Mhacla u..krll.4 laseeent cttuna tan. feudAnU couiirl.that the otit wUM taicq'wai tart of Uc fr nd au<*-daU it JC l'or Jeby 0JOS.

-I rreomnteiKi to your ebll.f.dcr.ttun of our city is UK full amount Uut not ft Aeieat rccofiuxanca ia t** i pond a< and uitrtttwlne between to the 0. Chu. O. Keys' 1cA'ft"RII

tdt locAUoo of the scat ,f gvi luugtt to bt paid I h.u'aU doubt that car. -Ul that tier court n-.s.t bm I nfbt ad the Attorney wetc known


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his cheek aadIhfe
paler hue to young ,
i 1 t + l try few grey hairs that at so juvenile PKJMMCOLATilBSUJISCimiKll 'perrtttl ot FloTide. slate ate tl C.\\on-

',. -. iISlnS. an a,c were amen scattered a- I m@@m re@mlli Superior Court/lutF1oridSt.. W 1IEItEA3 I hate been informed

t; : L anon ; his dark locks, told Ulci of: May Term, 1823.: I that JOII C..O&Jf Md Pnu
thfr.rik 1' ftt,.
On ate i'lmnrrKvr axd )1 4UM
f" nctl&! atr Kate
remembered or endured.
troubles JnL" 1."u'.rit1. cotap'lt.sKaamt ro undy deed
". water, and an grTo .' 04.lung recently mortgaged k. aMirned todirenlptr
Though unhappy and retiring, he .. hyoid v In Chancery.
,- tttlhi..g.htw1yyr I to j tdKi l "fY".t Star oar on., either their iadirlduaj crtditoL
{ A e .ancdlar, who 'n errs rtuei : ,pas mill amiable and hct'n rd i and A. atts.tat ....'.IJlr.r C1"rid'utn LambanZthlhft 3lllH creditors of the late firm of

t I lie j<*igM t. *.'ta*.*& u.i wrkn.n I(ace, the tenacity with which he kept },'I ,, T fOtlnwr.nd tl'y came the it appearing complainant to the by his aa- Mitchell"or others all or anndrr Camochan the pro.t

I l)<)',tao upon endlcn dunks* n wash, the M-crvt of his sorrows, drew thractonoftheC..inthat; the dfrtvlantit petty and estate both retry and pertoVaL
J 4 A* (fart At etch coil IKubdiUf[ him MRDiC.il I of the uid firm a*well aa their
hearts to insympathy fTIIE'ULUGILIL Inhabitant of Un and own india
I !perhaps more but an Territory i
; 1'ai ivT, .Al it length uith HoiLv .**- ah.J I.ra4', HbiaJ and estate
I property
,. t \far a lime the w rrtglitee. I IT I.U, i thin a devclopement of be having; f tled, Dill to appear herein and anawrr Ihecompbinant' to gether of house lob lands consiatinsr, itoreharres to.-

: t. r .*U.ttf the juts .r. tiD.: n'trt-'t, I them would hare drawn. ('I.CSIC'.IIIJ agreeably a negroes fee. in Sarannah
it it Ulthe
bw therefore ordered that ad
1- Fit iou' 4u.. .".tt -,:.. Chitirc Ird him one Cay to the Darien in (*eorgia. or the neighbor

'' TM>'tiitt r.-vNt "can.al and dt'd1". dwelling of Charlotte Lee. He JW&ELl-i.YEO U.SU .', wisdeendsntdoap the fa' day of thtnttt u here term on of"r this before thereof and. chew erewith their intere
: *calm cuijH! be if see' *rrr tbd ri or share in the tock of the Lower
admired lice situation and thrmtstrtis
-,\ Court anti answer the corapbirunt'a, SUim _
+ Mvlxnii., wieliiic St'ilrtlttarr'+ n'<*rnv, Milt,near Darien,and sundry shares
: of the delightful brain agreeably to hw, that the lAme in the
a H..i".tlJ1 s pruduit I.a'1) '''0 .ing. SC\\\\\\\\\\\"K Vrited States lank and other Banks
I him.
; (The itrirr 1 'ar tan u<*'it l i'i! .i Mr.) onuS berante, in ptocess of time, a Uiattbe ukenaAConfeMcdanmn well aa wirxlry debt* due to them inn
: bick hr will from time tnt nuke further fit ,.
t 'I . And it It oHrred tliat Cf pr
: T. 11 r tluntcratn.lgc+ Ivt'titact.Hd.tsLlhsun f. visitor. Chatlolte loved riou besides
places bnda.
; c'r1uclst of.'. /' "tell.aAd such lob
ti.b'Jon be
: i>- the above nnUr pirfkK*(t in the i Ion* nerroei.
i ; IHI* the hrluor rile, the melancholy stranger, and in tJt4'" a. mat be tit ilemainl here. dun for eight weck*.icce%,+relr.A ic. sal the territory of Florida and
With Tm) Mid Sancbo *t hi.'r c 4 ai tubularly one tare tract of bad bourtitof
of the will from
tin- innocent simplicity lie sn, irarordiatrrprncurr Ted,
1 l he jointer*, uith "Ii'C'll'lut'. Forbes k Co. lying between the
., times welcomed him to the cotta the n*lh a rrnrral an l welt nrUil \V. Ha ell Hunt 1). C. rave,St
: Dm iiuuiyit ,'01,!Its au I I In ct'ry tins uf utitbti kKi, ;r, and soothed him with her yw JOHN MII.I.F.II. cik.: :. c. \v. I'. f",rid afrrtaiti. 7Thr

\\ith mathctiwUcal ptvri,: n.My smiles, and iniiufttcrrd alm"t Ism 1.11'IO.\/ J" : \\Me ant >l,rr' AtttS for cuftipl'li +e are hereby to cantwn the pnhr.

i Ijotxl frt,'.rtl on.., nth toil! I nil p j1l perceptibly to hU wounded spirit. I i iWhatctct *I Ami Impo Oat he will rtccitr fpm an 1'f"ftQfnt& MayTcrUury lydsw.' sKi.n't r'lrcf.a\ing any pin of the sasspr.uny
b in vain -
J'or ur -
'I manv s *can. 4 ; or estate so
I! miilit lease U-rn the ) ra4ifMt)4r rMr, niriita i conv/ert. ort am
Irnrth lair iHlr.Tlioy | .
4 At tu compensate : iV.7iirrior ori\n. i." .r property longing to the cJ.
wiHl the thaMI\. cause of his prrrions jlo..mints raft rr..I.i It... effort to centume IM* owl
fi a coc' m > nor nag & }'itdu.lJ6
'j \Vitfi near ami near of .fa found rfiahlitbifKiU + irrr.*ful.AV. Tour o' II V.f I'hrtda Set.NchcmUh either of them, M |
i warn step more soul, the light new hotel prior mortgagta on the
I .\h'J.ncc,1. tit :1.". dr'rrra, Ulq I'rcr. i source of pleasure and l happiness Hnsrll Iltinl.rciwy l way Tuna. 5jStetthear thhac.. are un record grvate in the pan
Ami gainttl. I%-HfCI'lrarrd It,. t.\jua.. Mirth ;27 1H2J tfN U ,.h cbmp'1: repv-
f ,! . for, ant Iln'tt. rame across hi* brow ; he improtrd n. I '. try In Savannah ami Darien aforesak!,lad ,
; n. I in Health arm %piriti ; 'otln hisgaiety n-" ||, It wbfaJ.1 "pt"d.tIft" Against fl." .neery tttarktton. S. C. and equitable H nafQ
n' T..ni.lJth
1b r 't1i7ingcusry upward '*'t I rj M-M H .ll f Kmr im!tbtedtoIum.tonsakr J Ii" the property of aaid John CuacJa
Full in lIe IcarnrtlM'lw ,r1.nl1"'r.1.ira. I and life gate a new xrstto ranw Iut.lulmrnt.a. want of fittwl* may FrilllH' by came the complainant by hi* Peter LtcbcIl.

tr./ ht In-gan a dr ptl tr, I the ural f '11\ala of the country. ; maters.Ilt eramnbi* f-ittirr olxrsts.e.'._ JL ffAah.c1. and it. mppranng tt UK **. WIUJAM CIlklSTIE.
.j Within himclf, Inch bml 10.'ut. : titfactmn fthe eMtrfthatthe said defendant \I9
and the chanu1 "a' aobrrr artall ,Jrae &. 3..
j lie. V'Ut ed-far f phu kits h In'( the causewas
m, .ne
t u.inr1 ; I I J..u't'tntrd ,&rntfl' n11'1.j1M anal he batirg failrd ti,appear and answer 'l'Ct
.'<'c lout.to'll1| l their fia\trr lwtJ'J1 vu.;'c't.t lat it duco- /d.. .rays. nt)1tIMP. the con>f>bit..nt'. buttbcrcnafireeabhy to \\\e. Publ'1C.
"c bird i. ,..re""t *ai.d.h|lc|. sired ivlf. lie brraine the |'roMHor s..Jttt att.Nht.try lw thrrtfure it i"Jr"I..rtd that unlc.*thr J t'attNUIl.Nand: P. MITCHCtI

\IkJ-It.ft I IK- rbjitrttT UfKJccU*.l. frs.rd e.f Charlotte le ; 1 lust sicfefidantiliac.appear t.CFP on orb- It ar v>rr> t,l. agtin brought t.4ore

;.' -- 1 11"1111 Tnc .1"'" S..ctan ill. ,1..t:.. I and thotigli Mill rrsrrscrl, the Ufl.tainrd Wintry lays, fair t1elrttlaybfthe twit trrm of tt..: thr p .hLt, hy % aceond notice at Mr.
UtL1 tJ.i"1...\. r ofukt 1)era s.si ;' S I*. Ham. 1'o trt. an>! anwrr the conipUtnant Ialll ':hn.,".', -'u' her ulouLtl'd1r cluii .
.. tti' ,. ', U-. rnalt'.'tloojbt t U r.. .1'.Jr l.f f.i% character, --'http. .J. l.mn, airr cakty to tar, tint tar ..fnt" I Itt shears a hits finally bisiUtedoothcinon s.gaiMt

.' f.'or: an Kxj>orMlr trftbt- 1** a- and thr itiiuir n.rlh that ,hnnr Plait UN tHperior II iUif fecf vb W taken a*r* nfn>*rat t aif.ufiAfwlit him. !, of Ihe Mtitnow pemCngt they wi2

An arl,,ttrt' fJu.tlMeft1IIJI tit,.;h all the t attattis i i N.U flan 4.1 a I'M.! ; i. ftirthcrMtlrrrfi that .a c.,., ofvh I try tu %*ti fjr \t wxin aap
\ f Good lIu \'u O fi.y Ius IA .h p'" w1., +hidl he stag irnjaRfd, M, f.irl) ...'....k". t ..htll.t""t.UaU atrkr tit J s sba.1 in the IlucedunGtreGitt .,.. d.eiU utvler wrueh Mr. Christie

turf e'itablih l fj. rl.iHi t h, virtue ., No. I slftatrl aces ctr..svrl' :blm an rselu. tr riM to aO the real Lptr'a0al

Justice this ante dUi '*H rte jp ai } rftid 'mtt.tr that he found no ..h. .I bas.tr.nr.***,.i ttJ A t_. "rest. estate of f.vmocJua ft JfitcheB.
.4 To hue the lna.b art lair data .' ,
( ; .. ; 1 lraitiiwsrltwn W. IIASKIl. HUM. II. C. are conUIcrrtl M informaJ. on t and illejol.
.. .'"r,
; 11 I:."1 fIlIt 1.. 'fI"r and lot 1.1."aJJI".r and Charlotte was mafried to tl.eatranger. !1ftW. C .t..r HINr Latin.,,.a bot"- JOHN Mlf.t.Ktt./ (,11. ;. f W. 1'\ arl ire ti'l! before th? Covtcnd otStr

.. _.______..., .t"I1QI1' ,tart a1. in i-at.n..uu' Js,.. \l. l\ latru.*) ff t'nmptua.ant.i'rr.awria heeds have been etecated h recocdulw-ors.

l aw tM 1'r 'ntvn ir'4? f".. Au,stht rsumneertanaeta.rnlisra !. T t'1.r.f.f.ctt.. I ;tic MJJT 1't' :E-4.. trying the pn,p rtfor the tun of aD their

; v CMiAltl.OTTKJ.KK.Stitl I tar ,: 'rtl4ee", --- --- crrtbtor Mr Christie included t whlw tA
Attbton Hill.tidtbr'ue
l-M.Ucap at .
: 44)11 I' I'd ihr fIJ. "' aw4) .1., 1.r,. S. JI a >. 1. 't'prrittlr y Ur Fturitlti. "J trust or rr'ervation benefteial ta C

.\nd*til! t ,( r',:."..r wM h4.l i.hcrr t. raamn! couj.lr were ,,, hull Hans, .far" ".r C'.ar* .*" /!>./ FI.rlda .ct. .shod \l. or their famiJie; and .ftbwbena
happ a% are and lore and plenty .Il agreeable to that tleuan
i stray 1 iK Slsarw. 1"J Slav Term, JH23.Pmto gar ,it mUst neverUutcM -
f lit,. wind w s,s+d' I.t,111': H ,.. a .ft.J could mate them but when irv CtiMuU A: (iriMrrip>. 1' i-replt. appear fit and reputable to the
And the btlut.1 *h.J III pU,Lcujl.n who have a ten-teof
man w Ru.M umcr %rtil l"furr him his sharpe I *;. Sh.tt, .fs .nwl'd. CL'arur trutcr 'tn the late dcr4
+,ar fnnt_ sad ''e fast f s vanish. JMTII an l I MUM. httn1I rg. .' ntr 1'aWi nf f't Sfl : '_
I aouo 't to Mil the tantli m I'londa
Titc birds sweetly sang ati'iong thejjretn rtl'.aa thr hints UWa H-ir Ueparure 1.d't. ,,tf'h d..tIs* 'llln teal taint the eotupbuftAnt+ by hi* .ted to sir the nofcce of Mr. *!. and to alLr

shrubbery at Atttrt IIill' the %trattj;'.'JUHi. j .t'li.ft"d h'l 1 \ ,rs rti 'II."h'-. 1 c'.pnt I, ..i it apprnng to the **- ply the proceeds to the immediate ap..

for summer scattered round it hrr testy tier .t .0"'. t haste 1"fU+t. f M.faihrpyktsy t.tfaetrss.tttier Onrt that t he;cuticle f en- .at of part of hit drnraixl. aiwi depart pij.n a
t'UaI-,2'he ; t,. I.. .. -., c.,It dart It not arm iRl >Want of thi Trmtoni.aj4 .
mot felt h'.fuHccni'ry tnrrewrrr mffictency there+ >f to cover all htdano
1) ; U.e'butk M.," .1'' H .ir earn. nil ti..'.h tl as. 1.+tresfr, ''..alt kr hatittj. tasted Is. appear and a.r.serhe ,
to be seers the earliest and |,l-
; there the jrttatnitie ; nd t" in. v. !ante f"nti'r ''wCt' ,,.. Tl.t '.',u' Hr i,.Hi t wrMr.i.eaA (:7.. | I**tan tkft fore t..nrdrrrd that tto- : one t opposition intrrvttni to m anr hut rea.onatlc viulrf ak, as
own right,
ing ivy first put fortli their blosotns %- u'nnJ r catrtnflhrotlicT lair u a' ; 41" .. '," "C '' la the +M!4*ten.tk* t duet appearhcrr ont 1 Junn all partMrtconermeti.'LtMt betkcneonttl m
I a .. fill to.ay 1w, fc.fore the neat Lv of the next term of I 1 I
there the fl. Ids fut
; vierc 'Juid''Dt wmfr asn4 hi i ;:l. . ..t.Cf"r a iol< can be soak under art :d
-- .. '.. th Cart nl *tr the censptauant'se.ll
clothed in the gayest trrdurr, and w'ith turn tu4atii ,'s' .''. r .<.i K.'.r, : are.l,,Trr.> to La.,that the t.&tJJC fjourt.

the arbor IJ)' the crt d 1 'i ,ring "+% whrrrilt .s.ir Criers 1. " t* KA...wr : Ok:ll br taws a* e nfee *n.t t.. .Iarwt 9. 1--tf

in full bloi rn at tbr frat !'!lu>b <., .4 thrrf hr 'ftt.4.Mcf r", I. -. t fill r.f". .\. M i*ttrtlMrf: rdc red but a copy oiMM ." .l1lCII .rln.r lQ.S'YWC -.--

May. Perfect hapj.tnrS Ih*'!I" .UC' ... t"\aIICet.. 1 \. I .' v ..,,4. M..r r4tr" br pubGthed m the Ion* I \V. -

.not in the "UJ ItS, or th rc u ,uld i.. !1 I .r of our of tin..r)dIf'.. (::1arlr. I'indnr. I .: fwte t si.cett wee+.,' ,. toe. Bathe 7 f r.f.I:r.E.

abode hat'e brcn, when the turin% : ilestl..tsti : . J-. I" A Clip! 'rut. mho "'. a". S
s ear iM..rtt ,i' 1s 11\-.1.1. lit ti r. 1 1. t:.
Acre all gout to test and| the 'd k,' j I IH"+ "ol'td tif ,;..... .t .t ., J S.I' I a l i.t'I I.I 1 \ }:1): t tt J' I 'in I i l:.jury having found the f
eras beauiilul und cluudljts, I . .. t.t[ JOltSUI.L&Ir.$ ,- IV. 1. the of the ntitf'
*, art MJ .tnirn. Went .b H! ,. .t.I -.t.tI t 5. C W I': I petition pJ.i rui
the I landscape fair: > tb.- f.blrrt| J This basal the .. .. -a' t I .. !fltttlit 'I J... \|. tr h tr. .\tt'l fw tbntp'ls.rn.otIrb the em tuvtn, maturely euntidrreJ tt,
I I 17th JTrrtUurv, 1Nr-tf. Seat?"?, and being well a4+IttII thertot
bowers ci Calypfo, triTt.in th 'I
i' this tlr3Mtrr J.atI aba******** s. _ I HMH unl'-r aryl decree, that Hfeunuel 1*

neat and beauiaful cotta i;r that ef ir, disigttMrdi with!*** f ( t j ju4 II I .% 11t11.A 1t ul" VAuvuku I i husks nctttcr of the ud > H. Cad

croMncl: the summit of ;the b,U. edit fcf *.l t,iur.% tw v Si. ,I t.t"b asst osh"t !...-..- b. ir.p rr.II :. tr., t'srrtr. Slit /'.,, Stt. an uiMLvMiru half of the lot* -. t&ftr

M j though plenty witti h 'rwrrathtd fault 1st hacl JJII'C11 tuft rily t.."'IIt..ff I III. k'. *. **!, J \.VIN "If%r.J .\ rtt'Tn,17. anal fwjr,a*itr.ignatrd in the i w p r,a f
tt.l ties city of l'flbA la, ami
t'-lt the .oat
horn Nab nttta cuvhitcr 1..1 sin fi
Lis .| bad ,
fatlifTt all ;
ilrwrj twupE* 4jiwreu within nint days fnca
ctieerfulnekk alert .IM"tat- II. 1is.narro. tupp,r' nl.slr a : v >T .\ \\\\--\1\11.M .,Jr.j .;.l / tnf Uacert the ,tats tern of to etc cute a peen to tb*

ti. ment made her&b
i round 'hr r-h&ivrv. brand 'r' aiatt f't':.f1M"id. T". "r.et..." wl'_... e. }1 1 1 In. .sa, r." the cMftkli.>t* w b' i.*h. ai*.. .+e the rat of lu. ftLng to e.-

rcligiun ..0\r tw rrr Lrat' of this union arc tansy .".mr' tttl +''D.t' ''N..I task k'I.1Mt.' t- .*.I, ANa it 1Mran*, 5. 555' v tr thr uI" within it i.ett ,Lays.

'} in the still atnsll "a'l'lil.. r ,*f with the rithrt f.2ukt.'rin AmMfrtlam Neal. anti 71 bariett. N ie.,., W..c'_tat the c-.ur. trot the .forexMt, then John Lee \TiI2am.aoJ J
n 1.1./t. 11'. II XKKI.M I..t aaettitlabitant4f t".-.I..e..1 rpt M. \\ hiU .hall fuse fiitf po*.r sad
peace. I And ahhoti;h thr name "n '1. n11 artd M has'tatel t, .c.A, a* th.intt, inter tbi ,l rrr,-, tu metftth
Charlotte Lee wa% the O'ln" s. '.CltatlQttr the cwt 4aiMWl'.tell fa .- .n.i .tr .
r I..ch..% crated t" trJK reset,a* I. a t'. thr *ai l Mars t rJtllut
of that ratty rrirrzt j l.rr as'd I % .I,u. none **bo iiird .\ultl.... 1J J' l\\u"\\e i+ wrath httc.I.t taw tsetse i' UI M>krv t UkAtidklrMl t r..j I ; \ ru.-Il .I
parents had both g'*ne donnthirjrjrcy uI1 Hi:l |f: asst't.thfuttlittattle .ale Ie,. far r Ji-iiro. I" ..* .Itfvf .Unt i be appear lnr ow ortur hr I MilliT. cll.EaaYU.a..a .

ii hairsI!happy sr'tt.r *{'air cfii f 1"1 ( \,' II mrklr dw W4aI the .t .ttk J t..1 t \t.r. . I .
_ _
.rti.or .
t-i.-j ) *
propnrtor AM4 a r t>** rN ,|4MtMi* bill +.+,.... .. .
They left 'her the rifl' t wf t irbckltby *-( - ._- --- : .\pnt h., adtrt ah/l 10 L... It. ;.Kr .sear .ry.r

rc }i childrrn ; and hihorph tier IfMAIllJ 1\. TALLAMI 'i."r dealt b. Ia"A ,. t If..t ahaefi1 ... jl l'n/.ll' .'?)7'lCf:.

1frap .nt practivcd the indutt"y nand .t.II tusk, r ul..4 ttut oS .."., of .1111: 'l'sIrrtlyd: ls.virh b" 11 toga.
I. 'I.\I":I' \ ..Ifn.'ttt.. Jf' .. /hri.nk r is . Ittilaa .l arts apfMttittrtt br lc N ..f..l r\KUo
frugality to \vni:1a they had b n. I1It'II .\ itl n J. J-\S'Ut .u M I
*H HC.M r*.tr .
t ....s.ei. .. -,..,. t l ami res.enlrl in the other ottlatc.mI'e
;t reared, they forgot not thrar;; .A\\", tu i*A \\\ l.tt'w (. >,-. Harklr. A t'Nul .I. resort of tWatitbta, tncter't f the rrataarl

? 'lea,on of piety Iticlt :tad hero .ill t.s*%-wtestshrn..rl.t.nsear 1 \" ... 8-tf _w. sa eras:: 11 ni.i.i. Its '. U 1: p.-rr "nal ...fate efNauu&iucLclfuni.Mthcreit
e impressed upon their minds from I t. t.a.rpnih nurnuoncd-*k>bert
111I.Uiwlrr tH -,r|*rifrtutUr .n..I.rn ec'r 1 alt'w tltttt' / .
..r infancy. Charlotte "'I&\L j'irtbuu fMiMfr 1f r, till tinii, .n tM Jllll N MII.I.I.K.. K a. I W. Ih hr wlr .sibh. notice, ttut all peroni It*

r h not remarkably ''a:6rad''Jltlt'. I'rls hi as.l 1'. rnti.nal 'aaHs .d 11 s.t A yt'AS'illl hi riIt.f' 1.1. asst J.1 It e. \n' a ".t laa,1 s.. h',; our m.t ,L n-\ ;,X'nt him art ttirrt-

r of engaging inanncm, and rtsirt 11.. and in she |*.!.nl| suit !Ltr * Hmhlhtg... 4"a** ftt.t +1.terre+aosw -I'tat.ar.Ja,. Mb Ms) _f.'. -dpi.t'ttiittir _.. _. .1.1 to fell( tJiein. V tic Ju'. 'L tt kite en
apply --- t rasa.asbi, .Jtrcg'f'.a! ancl..t"rh, .L.
f < urt. AlUikfnA IwLI .
(i at fM|? au.l
disposition ; a tpcll huuj ;.nmd HUkilj ll.r ffnt r .ill lr l*K-p IOu
< her which attracted the attention .f'9"f '\, +Itrra ot the purjiU of Uw
1..t..I. ntw! thr t..Urr.t.J iktbry _'' 8-tf r..f ;' *: /:. .1"'Mlfirl..
l and failed to the :- - w ct ,1.1 ant alt (r.-.:. ". of the sil
secure e% mill jr sr ll r r uHt.l ."rt*.,to all J.'ons.:1t Slay t'.fin, Jiti . .
r n teem of all who taw 1.rr. and ume-* . I'n.aM>U JiUlt raafP..rnrl.ltt..i. TV /..f.Nr JtrM" Ortra, I.inp'h. 1 d..ia1\ M Jb H nK t ur.s.J attune\ in fcflMkCuLt '
.t 1 :1 thing its magic influence minified -- ____. _u_ __ 1111.1,1.1111) /' /lll.I- .'; MtU tl.* I. ee with c'crlliraC she said and! ', tl r fen II .1'.l t I HnrtofVh 't.fua, ,. *)Cii -
J did ; to see her was to love ',er.4 .- 1'1'1."'.'. t'u A .t;.', 1..J ) "rl1l1 ..'.a..le- apj.i.rM, ni.a. --rnt f)nL. <*Ht. DeftJr J. W.\TSOS'.l

JI :. f Such was Charlotte Lee. tl.1JIIJ l : ...Srn.K"1 'U.".l .,l tJW I' arc At .-.... -balk 'i, LIIIastay I rack.surr.antatbant :, Gar J. U. titUttsLLS S T n Uti

\ 4.1 MI"" i+" slit .awl ddt rt, I +twrrariM4._ flay .l, *.} it appranng to the is.t.ifaCtws.t April 5-If
:: l : Not far remote from AttlrtMiJIHI Las ftwlI..1 In. ..tI.c. in tl.*% rrti in slit It. I nrthe' "mrt,tlut thee %*i | ilefeit .

; j..t'' as a boarder in a farm house 1..111II\ MI InfrtMttfirta .'u.. ..tj i' .hft the +'111\uttrntlltrrn \\fru-( tart.. aft' iw4 ,.tultbu'. of this Tc rriti>rv.er JTOTiCE.g .

l resided a man whose origin kWh l h'MJ,trr ..f|lr. ...'rasa, r b. rr I.| .- ..U at arrltte) tsaasn tN"Uilt. tie 1".111-., "",- .'trim IhA, 11IfJ'Is .. tar *. )UO08AI.S mill be t+reitcdbyties
i .circumstances were unknown and hum'*?.M k, .\. M. crrrs1ssau.s.t' hill brreiti, (tvcoblj '
...1.12. |*. M 1'1 It"t .1M'1: wall.wt .+f rr.gtru, I" law i l ,*Mr(.r? it.* _\.cr.,l that .nmiuiltnC'+ liar <",e unarm a ,w.J
I whnte manner of lifr was still more ....I.t 11.rsr L.d.r..w, trailing from Penvieob alt
"aswwlrrX &...,. the+ai.lttcfriiibnt to !*prultou C
I .. a matter of wonder and conjecture AVillirtm F. Sfllr)". fetnl .iiprtiirnUr| > tu tat act *fur a rrrtaiamr .>ni rkefiifr the fiN tar nt do the appear net| ?here jnn .r, by ray of I'c. d2atise s to the r.

jf:. among the talkative of the neigh ,: "tt\ur Vtt\.\w.t rbtnu ants' btU a tu las | m the '1 resit. utttu.bs"rtii.iants.rr the rontptauunt"* cambia, block b '.<- %* thus,atw>th :'
f boyhood than his of llontla ant tu |+tvs le for the bill neablt (mm HrTuifeton'a s ta rrt>;'leV1 oil JUiJ+
WAS rvin.a
tul. th..t
et parentageor r ,((. : it A. slit the acne .
atnl the .
IHiltl Kp.I'entieola I 'nf't' disposal .u.e p.iblk sassy in kball It. taken on alhh. 1 hr'.> n>* U must bJ
4." fortune. He was a foreigner, Ip riate.l 1utu'. J'.w f.IlK- C'.t) .4 I.\. the cbuftaM tu Iota ml Ui.U trot it U farther etinfrvirtt ;,im.t them. cut .IU feet wade,: .iiniMrpnciicabI( fItusletl

: at )least so his language and hit often hit'ttrtiet* to bar Ir.cn hand are iw.c..!, that the *<.nltJ.e llo ri| ab n c unit r ur nrilrmt. din taut the a tope ifoT-u fthr wagon, and rnr gr!
: I habits tndiatcd from theeUse. M "not I'a.n.1a bAa bran ; .C'n-I' to tbr
; tonic unknown & until dun for eight retL wishing contract oprat
.: ifa :Its JHj'-lftturutar the reutai UotiJajr in .' i source he derived a competent -- ---. > .1.and .. ant prohNIi'i"
"' -- that tbrr ofttce it a raia open fur tar rr. writing. dirvct,J to the nmier'ir ct
of 1I.\
i. supply money to meet & tI.I.IIU:. '. I. C.
A\wvk\cv;,. r"r'tioft sir c.*, IktMC IH>I 1.14 mi..r Cnl1..IM.'u, at tlc ,'. -utlkc, P:4*
: .,. nil< wants, which were indeed 'but AUCTIONBBKK.CNIIKIt I..fonla.c first Uy of lferc* brr neat, in JOltS f' cola.

Jl- Ie VI. lie lived k life leisure mid t their, C UMBMhiMf t rrrnbrd by the orijin; l art J", M. 'Ul.I.iatl'tk.1.C.11'.I'. J:'tll II atrr. Jli/l AT,j. trJtJ.Jr.".
en rt tu thr ir fri nJ White Alt' fur l"Ul11p'1t."rl .
t It retirement ; sometimes exercising a anal the .iNibfie in n"nl.1 t.tpiiwn t- tint board t>f cotnntitwoticrs .I4. &h May .t4w.. serf C+rta sro, axu aupotntetlto inspect ti.
himself on horseback, but for the butmcw CfMtftdrd to tbeir) ebrnill any ah..11 Lc Itckl to be said, and of saint cf. touts when hsasllr,
mew (,
: .. most part whiling away his time tits strict anti punctual aU mi.uJflll.N' "d. SHERIFFS S SALp.II JN. IK LA ntt,',i (... ..
Baml. IL JOS. c.
1 among books and his in UAlt.Vir.K.. i OicHun, I'. Steel ,. Ijrmncl llrute.HY ...
"papers, .
(n:(). Jos. JL ,
A ltk .{\. Whirr r..IIoIu..wl'. '
y t' bit library, where he would pass April 2fi.; %irtueofa -rtt U" cri .. ton i t'cneace'tt I abrct:9: Itti' .tf
s whole days without intercourse *.*slclit uraL from the hunurahlr the
any -
with the family In which he 1'o l.Wfftcty u\ice. KUu5cuu\ uc'l,. the Hprriof Trmtery court of I'luritLi.I the count}dull of focajnbia proceed to in C\\\\l\\\1\.

resided. There was a tinge of care pilil'ai.fficc u rr owned ta slat ten* TIIK utr sal eUctJon cffircr of the Mil fur cash on \Vctb>mbjr the 3Jth iu.t. t. t.I. pcroona arc hrrtb e ntionc i *.

upon his brow his air and mannrr X rment adjoining the Hook Store s lake hun USdiool hoeiety.iJ between the l wr. vf U and o'clock, at Si fhlSt trr'|uu>ing ou a c.rt.u tract
1 bespoke' inward disquietude and The mail ftrrirra on Friday at tt A. U. U. place at.tr uiual plat nfBf mret the fig 'friu.co., ChueUwhatchic, its use \I' to thc we,t,anl of teifr "
lei and dcm-.tsar same day at 3 I'. W. ( e COTUI room)011 ta-ewtmw, 'un- CWntjr in the Territory arum , ante cullvil rai4 hlanca bel ui intf tui
though there was no outbursting Itult..Mitchell d'lbtb June lira at It .,*elo
ft of grief vissble, it was easy to discover March 15 IH2J. r 'Iru %to this C 't"1hntot twenty )csn, talon aa the property saint now in the praceahk amlrightfwoit

El that a something of discontent I'Hh'lotllraj' 11 ofthriUfrmunt, f. swtial wudctecutiun.AV. pu-n. of;hi umler. i b nett. \tomt1 "
'Iti rrt'li 111111' W.Uudfllunl fact for the beira.
"nt.W. rl/ n.
preyed his heart and ; M. Loftily
t upon J'rftakOrrnrnrf any Li.i nerd by.1.1. Styli. A. IIINOR.Mnr.1ia

,r 4 bent hit Ace temper, and gave aft I ttrj itut unwiliac trul" s'1.it i1.. June 7th 1821-11 .k,.,,_ I 'I.trid". tlOrfr tOih June JatkM ll:' C.rnrr. "p.nsey u.fact f;' t A. s t

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