Jacksonville courier
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Title: Jacksonville courier
Uniform Title: Jacksonville courier (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 45-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: L. Currier & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville East Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1835
Publication Date: 1835-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1835)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1838.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended for several months in 1836. Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of print. in Fla.
General Note: Publishers: Lorenzo Currier, 1835-1836; Haslam & Dexter, 1836-1838; O.M. Dorman, <1838>; Weir & Richardson, 1838.
General Note: Editors: E. Williams, 1835; D. Brown, 1838.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 27 (July 2, 1835)
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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System ID: UF00028424:00046
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JtSONy1 tt COURIER : LADY ANN'S' BRIDAL raents belonging to his ]*onjViancestors i 1 :; on the occasion than was true; for 'never tire pleasure to beset the 'p 'Ovokin"oung)

A roatrsRitiarctw3R:i Br -t .R'Tale of the M: Akcker.BY neither can their sliperiorgaDd ur bo disputed was a young lady less lachrymose than Lady slut l ; but there i is no managing family mat. ,

; : MISS AGUES RlCKtiNO. ;but then, his opporieuistoutly avers,' Anne. She was, in sooth, a lass of spirit ; ters in public l and 'permitted 'jhhn to .

CURE & co* :In one of' the western tcbuntiea' of) England that the- coffins in his patron's'fault E infinitely and had never fainted,nor been ofllictcd i lead her /lip to the altar without anY further f
ors-4 3r i eVajpayible; half yearly is situated the sequestered: nod beautiful Surpass in' magnificence my which with a'single hysteric fit in all bcrJifo: yet show of sistance. ;The Marquis took hiS: \ '

..14it.nce.angI. : >tpyrs l2 cents. valley of.peepdale-"Is, i il sooth n the other is able to display l did boldly awful were- that swoonings and' hystericsthat proper taco by her side,-the minister1

Jvert semen Iii$i\:\(! 1, and contracts spot of peculiar',loveliness; yet.b( lonely, challenges him tq the proolj;rtha| : did gen. were reported of her; not to speak of opened its book. The bridcmaids looked S''
| tleman for himself." But from wringing of hands and rending of hair,be- could and all the'blushes ;;
Id,.M ye"ttly "*"W\ hig', on reasonable withal that,when the eurtous.trtveller'beholds may judge IllS interesting as they put
t this test Blaster 'Dlgwdl always sides tears too manifold to record. But could command 'immediate "
No tdverti4f'ePtill, be insertedless ,in the depths of its almost tntrodden Ralph they upo i '
ims paid for ln>dfahcef solitudes, two noble'GQ hitr.churches-- shrinks, :well knowing that"thei\ ioffins of these "were,things of course, hnd,th natural service.. Tho bridemcn look :d quiz- ; ';
ad- the'noble Fitz-AyiriersVoMId mAkc a very consequences of her\jislike to the mature zical, the. Earl authoritative, the Countess
rival his
commumcatiohLbymaU ing grandeur he is
[ upon; yie v, "
til of.the Cou- ; appearance, bereft ot'jljb'ich; velvet, spouse her pap hadrorovidcd for tier. apprehensive; bridegroom foolish and t. l
isged to E,W}LLiAr ;$ iitof f : at first, tempted to believe,that/objects'/ ore '
be paid, gold lace, silver-gilt hails),..&\JlI the restotthcirpompousjuneiat All sorts and conditions Vtlio people, in the bride ul ctNo one' appeared perfectly : '
in let multiplied to him by 'non deception of \ f
| ,- 08 age !, vision.. Having satisfied Wmselflfli the reality : \Vfefii()!ratlins,which the ttvo parishes, Were eta 10roUS and passionate at ease but Ralph Dlgw"U.1M panaltclerk
be-bait converu'l wi his oVVaso.l in sympathy VJTK.IT., and in* ivhowv .bC\ni, anighti'ly+ --
Coultlln.f.t t\nco -- their ,twos : "cXplledv ;- "
AouTI': tt of what .he..eeex.ba4x hl1liat -Yje., -UiciinJa'T51limuef\ n arnarkct-towltj o atihttngainstLfatri! \ 't the bride1--' upon the occasion ;and bo,was fllihj own ,\ '. '
fti>->' P. ; 1nrlJ\'ertl( orthat 11Pyol a"few miles distant who must suppose that groom 'elect. The 'villago\mhlVvus in a opinion 'at least the most k
j ;&mclxe r: '-> 'serving that, there are no>altar 'or cof1n- ) innportoik perk: '
; ,Ralph Digwell is the proprietor'of a'lead- I state of the highest excitation.respectingthe son and ) thoniost 'bd i
present, certainly to
;. ..Gprfiieoar Ji1l1q. P. M, shaped tombs, or raised slabs, and very few t,
Spt ifg oe mine from the vast 'quantity bf that metal nuptials of'themuch pitied liuly Anne, envied stood in all the1 '
...Cohen,E8q P. M. that can even boast of the:humble ate glories a ,
Mar arinr-E.} grapes which ho has sold him] the time when the that tor their bran
GEORGIA ; distinguishment of uprIght' head and foot to during day was. appointd new black coat, purchased.: upon! thd .\
; he has held bf stttoi ,and solemnization arrived and as te "
stones and calculates the scantiness of the the office parish ; morning speculation of the noble bridegroom'. anticipated .
sr. Mary'-A. Dooliftle, Esq: P. M.Savannah.S..Philbriak i population; from the small number of briar- clerk in the church of St. Mary, Deepdale. uncommonly fine, the cb :l 'yard of donation; holding V* huge open J'

Es \\Macm Edmund Russell. that it is well for Hall that the' and Dhabita'nWof ,' "
indignant the
abode'of the lowly in the burying- Digwell eight-loving nounco final amen, whlcb'he, olways ;a
peasant the Earl entertains the two The worm1 forsook considered .
present Fitz-Ay\iicr\ parishes. tho most consequential fiord ui :
of,either church and
'rom the I Token and;Atlantic Souvenir. ] : and ground what: such muses edifices why; such a horror of every thug that can remind tho houses, the, 'men the, field.; the hay thd service of matrimony. Thorn was a '
THE: BRIDE. by means, cm him of death all left to turn itself the and tlionots dead hush 'In t
have been erected in a place which could as ty, preclude was by QX', tile church ) fdr tho lIrhlc'f"
chance of his "tho family to boil coolat their! ,v discretion had assent, I
,BY MRS. SI Ol1ItNEY. scarcely have required a church of half the ever entcnig or ; groom already signified his in I
came, but she was gone.: dimensions of either of these solemn tem- vault; till ho is himself coffiied, and carried by the other. No ono could avnd to his answer to that important!question, "Wilt ', ;.
thither take hia'inal residence .concerns for of loso of thou havo '"
lute to up own thinking my tins woman fbr. tliy wedded ,
There both of which rich in the elaborate :
tayhet ples, are so j
his whui he will be Anne and wa9n tbo I \vlfoP" and "
among ancestors ; ,, Lady every ono very minister, 'hl<
of the florid Gothic'
as shetouc'h'd it last, at the soft hour ornaments that have cost architecture in- most probably, as insensible c ;tho depre- height of discussing! them, whc, the bridal I bride, said, though rather Igjjaif1attering <" ;

f summer twilight;when the woodbine cups workmen's, they alone must sufficient, datiops that have been con lilted upon procession drove up ; nod thej half forgot tone (for .ho was well)) aware< fondly press'd (wages a sum their funeral to tu that 'will their commiseration for Her intlio extravagant of her sentiments vords'the J
'illing\ with deeper fragrance, to 'startle the wealthiest and most liberal- finery, as o bridegroom .:: ;
hrough the rais'd casement, uttering,ten- minded select i in* London. The mar- undoubtedly; be perpetrated on his own, delight and wonder withwbich they "Wilt thou have this man for'tby wedded( ; .,.d ,
vestry the knave k the key surveyed the long train o'f shcvery husband ?," hesitation' '
der thanks vel however 'is lessened by the cxplana- provided same sly eps equipages Expecting a J.'it i
her favoriteseat of his dOl1tUS'ultima with so much grandly,dpssed folks of tears, hireply, if not obstinate silence.Lady .-- !1.v
nation afforded
tram'd ,
o her who them 'pn forms'the by offices parish clerk per- It happened one evening{bit t id rival sex- within,and still finer dressed octants with- Anne, however, was not 'of.tho' cry- I ,

important tons met at a little wicket- which affords out with white favors'in their gld and silver inrf ,sort:.sho seldom hesitated, upon, any \. \ I \, .
other of theso
and in twin : ;
till lay her work box'open, and the book sexton, one or a means of cotnmunicuion between laced hats. There were abndance of point,'nhd oho always spoke her mind ; so {+ .

hat last: she read, and careless near its page churches, who in haply observing the localities a stranger of the their respective: church= ardand,mutual })auk-a-, aisics, look thoro I"! frcn' the women sho boldly! and .decidedly aiiswcred, "I. ,.J-;! '

note, whose'cover her slight pen had trac'dtVith employed issues from exploring his domicile with a ponderous ly drew up for a gossip;for,bough they never and "stars 0' mine," frorithe men," will not?"in so loud a tone that tho resolute k! ';"r; ,
spot, talked without always and "triyoycsi"'from tho and girls, negative resounded church .'
yet they boy
quarreling, through the ; s''
while lover
lines unconscious i her spoke key in his hands, and, inspired with )
made a point of convening Whenever as each carriage sot down its nr>le! freight, then turning quickly to tho"crest-fallen 'f t :
admit "his hon.or"
hat dialect which brings forgetfulness silver hopes, church volunteers of which to he considers they did meet Out 'of the fulness of and 'drove on to' make way ft ,'another, bridegroom, she said, I told you so before, i,
fall beside.: 'It was'the pleasant home himself the that the heart the mouth speakth,"''paid the I and another.nrid another after hat till thegood my'lord 5 and now 1 hope you; will believe 4

iVnere from her childhood she had been the Ilia services peculiar guardian.he to proverb, and'Master.Digwel: accuited. Peter people firmly: "believe* ',that all that I am in earnc t." ; } :
star accepted, points a low Pitch pipe as follows:,, the lords and ladies in England;savo and "Lady Amino, I blush for the Improprlcity .:.';''.'
which the
and ivy-grown{ wall informs separates the visiter twoburyinggroutls'and "I reckon our church will boas a grand except old my'Lord Deepdalo.'tnd young Of/OU1' conduct !I" said the Counters ; ... ..:..:/: '

hope joy. der bridal to-morrow than pot St. Agnes my Lord Beauchamp, and hit son, were you arc notnahftnicd of the "'f': '
I come, and she was gone. that it is the line of ever'witnessed, since the dimppoiited old come to my Lady Anne's wodd'ng. Never manner In yhich'you have exposed youri .':, (

But this I knew'for Iremember'd'd well the neither two of parishes which which could meet boast on of that church spot, maid, who built it, laid tin fouhdarion- had been seen in that churcl yard such self, b>:putting this public insult'upon thoMarquis '' :

let parting look, when from the altar led,' till the of the third'Edward a in whose I stone. Somebody/: shal bo tameless, u waving of ostrich! and tnartlout plum- of OreY8toclc. ''p Y'I-

IVith silvery veil, but slightly swept aside, time saith days that venerable gossip Tradition, : would like to pocket my Ice o1111fiO? occa-. age, and fluttering of, whitq kce-veils, as. "lladtht ,Marquis! tD(9)'lItock,fl i- --..- ,:
'" 't1io"Bix sc>fsed1bo common ."'
sion. :ti w tuxhibtcucl'thht'ond ;, } feelings'of the honorable
J.e. 4. peigd, on her: '
Io\ thayoung lose two oo-beiro6, ofottepnkieh unluckily '
!. .I wealthy their affections on"The}lord Neighbor Dig\v"ell"retarBciintcbp5pe, young and.noble briderrwids, /As for tb'bride delicacy, of a gentleman, mamma, he'. \, }
cheek,' placed "I don't teach the ones tleir catechism herself she was drcssoo'much like would have spared me tho trouble of com* ', +
A d on her brow a solemn beauty sat, of the manor of the next, who, being of a young '
that every Sunday, without tearing in other brides of her rank'and "expectations,' ing hither,and, my.clftho mortification'of 'tJ'
Like one who gives a priceless gift away. remarkably could grateful them temper both, regrettd but theclaims I mind the tenth commandmcn; and, to in an orthodox quantity' white| satin and a public ," returned Lady Anne. -

And there was silence. Midthat, stranger we of both not marry bis ; ,as I tell you'a bit of my mind, I wouli not give Brussels lace. She wore no bonnet ; and Come, come, madam t 1 am not to be ,:'
to regard were sj, equal ," tier rich of tresses were thus trilled',with ,said the Earl t': "
throng, that he found some difficulty in deciding ..thee. half-a-crown for thy fees tomorrow profusion sunny sternly; ,
Even strangers, and the hard of heart, diddraw' winch of the fair spinsters to,fix his "Not half-a-crown for my 1s, at the wreathed with orange blossoms, and parti "and I insist theyour fulfilling your'engagement .' iI!;',
upon '
choice, he ,left them to settle that pint be- wedding of my Lord's dauglier, Lady ally shaded with a long veil, of,the most with ." : .: ,:
Anne, with, a grand Marquis 'That' is superb lace. She was in form 'petite, but / never entered into on engagement'with
the mother's lip tween themselves. Now, as that: was a .
Their ,to see '
breath supprest matter which it impossible nothing but your spite, you emous old perfectly: sylph-like, and sweetly pretty. him, said'Lady Anne pouting.
Turn and the tall stately sire on was utterly, little but the M But 1 have for I. Anne.:'
ghastly pale, that should bad screech-owl! because-the YOU!)(Viscount a pale or so, to you, udy

Bow with a secret sorrow, as he gave they to the expedient ever agree of casting, they Jots recourse for- ,don't get.my Lady Anne." surprise of every one' ) shed no tears. In "Oh I"true, papa' i but that is quite, another .' +

His darling to an untried guardianship the object of their 'equal affection, when Why, sojiq would,youbarbrousflint.heart fact, she appeared to have made up.her thing. 3 ,
dar! mightbe mind to through tha"business with firmness And I tell you, madame,uWyou shall)
his 1 if the lady, go ,
And {ar.oft"clir Perchance thought the sister the young poor
to a 1e. youngest, throwing highest "
in compliance with the exordiums of marry file Marquis\ said the Ear), bending
free to choose. '
number his wife and elder 'J
and the became tie
prairies '
Travers'd the moss-grown "' she tier mother who before she left the his brows most awfully tliV fair
renouncing the world, buried hir disappointed Pity she should, Mr. Pitchpije,pity lady upon; ')'I'
shores hopes in a convent and devoted should, if so be she were unprudnt enough carriage had, pathetically entreated' her rebel. ; : '
Of the cold lakes,-or'those'q'erhanging cliffsAnd her wealth to the erection of the frst-built to'wish to marry such a wild-Ga spark as "not to expose herself by any public manifestation "lrnpossiblopapaforyou; see the church I !:

mighty mountain tops that rose to bar, church, which she! dedicated to fier he ; and his father and my lord *orn faces of her sentiments towards her fu very properly considers the lady's consent ,
pat '
Her long-rear'd mansion from. the anxious eye roness St. Agnes. The married sis>;r,how; too, as a man may say, when tliir grandfathers turo'husb nd.. ah indispensable 'part bf the marriago cer. ;
Of kindred and of friend! ever, became a widow shortly 4ler her 'kilt each other in duclunder the Lady Anno was an only child, and, of jcmony ; mid, as I am a woman; bf'conael' <; J
which she attributed tie wrath fairies' oak, on the heath y .' course, a spoiled! child; she bad, early ence; I find it impossible to answer In thin I
Even triflers felt marriage, to Master and felt,her .'and affirmative when I am asked the minister 1
is known
Heaven ,the crime she had committed "All I can say to that );gwelJ, own importance; by I
How strong and beautiful is woman's love,.' in at the ier sister, that. the young 'people have bn, better had been accustomed from her very cradle if I wilt have a than I bate for my wed.. : ;
obtaining advantage over
That, taking in its hand the joys of home, through the use offalse dice/ andshe con Christians than the old ones; ay and read .to have her own way in every thing. It' dod husband"t, .

The tenderest melodies of tuneful years, fessed the fraud to her spiritual; director their Bibles to better purpose:for therewe was only: in this moat important Action of "Confound your conscience t It retorted 1
hate her life that she had received serious the Earl furiously. /fc i :
a con.
commanded to love and lot to :
all ,
Yea them are
and its own life also, lays who enjoined her to atone for it bjr imitat- '
,Lord tradiction. But in this the Karl, her father Hero the mortified Morquls drew" the .
our enemies. Not but what By, ,
Meek and unblenching on a mortal's breast, ing the example of her pious sister, "
Deepdale would have gived them big blessing resolutely, and somewhat barslaly'enforced ; Earl aside, ,to propose some plan'fprhis ;' >ti
church also. wid
Reserving nought, save that unspoken hope building a The penitent if Lord ,Fitz-Aymer'bad' not been bis paternal authority j and, in con private conuidcratioh ;' the Countess join. wed ,
Which hath its root in'"Gen.Mock ow complied, and the second church .was such a hard-hearted man,that be preferred tests of this kind, the 'Weaker party Is'6en- herself to 'the council. Every one In .':

not with mirthA erected, dedicated. to St.l\Iary. his own revenge to the,bappiiess of his emily obliged to 'yield to tho'mll of tjie the church bad been thrown into'uttlr consternation

scene like this,-ye laughter-loving ones, After this legendary preface, Blaster only child,and so (o.rOOdoJier to think of stronger. It wal however plain'to all, by the unexpected (reak tor my i I

Hence with the The dancer's Ralph,Digwell, or Peter Pitchpipe, which. Lord Beaucbamp. that it was no meclt,lam -lik sacrifice that Lady Anna! The parson., Jookedf 4.dowo* r I :i
hackney'd' jest ever it chances to be, introduces the waiter And in the right of it, too, when be can they were leading so gaily decked out to upon hits book In diurnay ; Ralph lJgw'lI ,

teel- into the holy pile, which he emphatically her to a Marquis,. which ftwfcnw, is the altar; there was self-willed petulancein groaned In spirit at the 'pervereity\ofihb. :
What doth it here| styles his church, and points out the tomb marry a' grander thing than an Earl, and next to her air, and a scornful spirit in her eye, bride, and, like squire Rjchard; h{Van-.

.Joy,'serious -.Dd sublime, of the foundress, with her effigies'and.LattA a .Ik ." that made the Marquis..' Dk> and look burgh's Comedy; "thought nrmia toot too
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tluctt a.4.r6 .DO" $1 IUPm,611I or'"" .,.,,; cpUaftitr-jwitMtuig,**;&1M.Id *W utne, in Well, form parf," said i Ppfer Puch- like the fool lie wasp whenever he encoun big to be whipped..' The IPridein Ids tit- '

Should swell the bosom;-when a maiden's solemn recitative, four quaint dames not pipe,:"I should ashamed to have any tered its disdainful glance; and there was tend ; tho bridemen efoyatcVl( heir'cye.brows .
hand more ancient than the days of the band in marrying such an unsuitable couple even eloquence In the,manner in which and stared.. The elders of(ne t Jde'*

first, which be avers to be die very line/ as the old withered Marquis and love. she, trampled the beautiful flowers that family were ashamed to look the bride

Fresh from its young flower-gathering, gird- the lady ordered to be engraved on her ly Lady,,,!\nne."., were strewn before her. It was one of the groom' friends in the farce, ales the insult

eth on tomb, though nothing can diCer more from "So as tb r. arquis' chinks well ways in which She little vixen vented her they bad received in the peruou'of the filar- k

That harness, which the minister of death the half-obliterated tnonasJc sentences bag[ I shall think him liaiibome enough angry displeasure at the pomps and vanities quo, for their wayward young relation, for

, Alone unlfO 6thr-and, whose power doth aid, thereon inscribed. Then hi proceeds to for any lady let her be who she may," returned prepared in honor of the scene in which which they began to ,offer apologies in the i

' Or mar,UM journey of the.soul\ to Heaven. do the honors of the rnouurnehts of the Digwell, with a sahhoic grin she was to be the reluctant prim donna*-_ md t doleful' tone imaginable. '
ancestors of the noble fsmil/, whose ( But what did the bride ?Tru ,
pew Fie you greedy old curl!- The Earl her was evidently mortified trieamtmu
CONTENTMENT. with its, crimson curtains end cushions, know very well you that Lady Anne hates and! exasperated with her; and there ly the bride dul the wleea tibJH-;; thdt site

I take up a good sixth of the church and is him worse than death." was something approaching to brutaliry.in could do, under such eire( mstanoes'for

There L'a Jewel that no indian'm1Ae can buy, exalted two feet higher than pay other. "That be his concern,but it {3 none ; the rough manner in which he seized tier aha fairly walked out of the church, tbro

fiQ chemic art can counterfeit{ Pass into the other church, and you will of'mine ;may.for, look ye, I never got a fee tiny white-gloved band, and drew it thro1 this door opposite to that 'by which .Lt entered

5\vujkf men rich in greatest poverty, find every 'thing ditto to th!.-by which from a' bride in my life, if he were ever his arm, to lead her into the church. There it;' and( exerting1' .11.'the spued uith

Mekuwater wine,turns wooden cups to gold, you gather that a nobleman's family it resident such a happy one : s. I always kee'pa my was answering disdain in thf indignant! which youth and love couljjinsplr* her

,: n. ,homely whistle to sweet mute's strain in each parish ; and that there exists eye upon the bridegroom." flash of her,bnght blue eye sod the sudden she hurried through the ehurch yard, and ;
Seldop ; l io slight rivalry between them, YOU learn At Fitz-Aytner Ca&tle, tie subject of suffusion of the pale cb ek with glow. passing through the'wkketf gate) .cfeointnunicatioo -,
_eomet, to few from Heaven cent, the zeal with which the clerk of either still also certain entered that where
from lady Anne's bridal formed matter of ng crimson J there was ,ft Mj>nlnff
1114 much U little-.11 in nought- o"Z1fT' parish extols) and magnifies the superiority more angry d'ucossion than it had done light, but decidedly rebellious, motion of she'was met and raptutpu.I1.lreeted. by .

of his lord and lord's ancestors, over between.the rival sextons;and report said, the shoulder, and a retrograde step with an elegant young man,who, It U scarcely
WINE AND WOMEN. of the other church and his little foot bf to : was no other.iban her
tt the patron peer that the young lady bad wtpt* entreated, the pretty the bride, as though necessary explain ''1
.JI'I.dwomen and wine.,'. progenItors.One and finally knelt at the feet of die obdurate she would have resisted cawing the favored lover, the Viscount Ikauekarop ,

,Man's lot Is to smart, I amen-crier has ceruialy the ad vantage Earl, her fatber, in a vain attempt to pre threshold of the church.. But the resolute By biui she was Immediately conducted

For wine makes bis nea4 ache, rAnd *over hit antagonist, in this-that bean wail upon him to excuse heir from these ab- Earl drew her forcibly.forwari-I rriper into the rbnreh of stood inwd *>boawhiterobed ;

women his hear! \: ::' .;*, *, ; bout of the greater number of mono- j xorrent nuptials. Muchmore_ ( was raid, up- shaded that U would, have-', ,.iven'bir. posU priest. 5 at


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:,.) '.,:,<, altar" took In [hand, seconded ,iy'' Ralph ..... Wolverines) ," smarting under t their.defeat, cd on experience; and probably 'nil true. year, it i. estimated: wil beabout38; ;ooo

',k, i L! Digwell's rival, Peter Pitcjipipe,; There, IFOREIGN NEWS.- declared like "Ancient Pistol that, ". All But as they have been made on different OOOlbs,; making an ana crease of

' It too, were Assembled the fair t sisters of the Toledo shall smoke' for this1.-in! short, soils, and no doubt with different'management 12,940,000 Ibs. ,From tile. 1
'i i From
, ,. .. Viscount, prepared ,to officiate.id bride'aids [ the New York Star] intimated an intention of returning: on the and different degrees of skill and that the increased production i Wouldap this

and his younger hrotheV, who obligingly By the packet ship Napoleon, Captain night after the conflict, for the purpose of care, it is naturally to be expected they all falls considerable iior< COUIII!}
. Smith, We hare, our English files to Au- the differ. the between them co'
, undertook to give away thi bride. burning the town I, The citizens of Probably mean reared
in Ihoseicoontries wl
: 4.. No explanation i was necessary ; fer it was gust 24th.t f place, accordingly, were making vigorous may be relied'on as a fair average result. sumption ;, ere the de

i' I all a JplWoQc rtcd plan, arranged through Tho municipal corporation bill has been preparations for defence,,vvhen the last advices Andrew Parmentier, Esq. of New York, mand is the greatest. The increaiej\ ,

;+ .'. the agency 'of Lucy Pitchpipo, the parish says the L radon Courier, mutilated''nnd .left. The world will therefore rest has given a statement from two, acres, tionin Egypt, Greec ;'andothercbUciJ? *

: clerkly'daughter, who filled. the post, of all but 'destroyed by the amendments of the in suspense, until the story of that night's which divided will give the following for ing countries maybe fairly Bet off ?"
,J. '. waiting-maid to Lady Anne., Lords. It was to be returned to the Com- doings shill be forthcoming. one acre : increased demand against th
i in other'
mons Aug. 27th where it thought it will One fenced countries !, [
" No time was consumed in idle compliments acre of ground, by mulberry II have been inW which
'W } and without so, much pausing! be re-acted, except in hose amendments [Extract from Fesienden's SilkManual.] hedges and set out with trees, $250 omitted > estimate FrOln

r. )', .forjJhe(bride, to' recovtr her breath, the which are immaterial to tho great objectsof FAQTS AJTD OBSERVATIONS RELATIVE Interest and additional'expenso this,view, we Sdahnot fear d great redctiQII,

\' ,; inlnistGr; commenced the marriage service, the bill.. ; TO THE GbiTCJis or SILK.-Silk .Manu during five,years, 187,50 in the price: We anrflx. the followli,

'Itt.l : JOyh, ( d such laiidiblo despatch! Numerous detachments, of English vol- acturers.- The first steps i in the manufacture count, as a subject'interest, in corm a.
(. ? ., that thjij enraged father and rejected bridegrdontjOJily unteers 'are, I constantly" ''embarking''.for I of sil are within the farmer's imme- The ncrb will produce: $437,50 with'the above.. Jon
I entered tho church in time to paio. t I From 5 to 10 10 cent., "
o' : diate depr ment, viz : to sow.the'mulberry years, per EofpT,-Th of'
hard been serious disturbances $ produce cotfon
hear Lady Anne 8S decided an at trees 10 15 47 cent. has*
pronounce seed, a d rear the.young ; and after to per &
, : l '(l wiLl; as she>bad before an "I will not." Sarngossa. two years of Attendance the raising of silk 13tp20 ", 112 per cent.which : year amounted ti :z5Oqo) quintals. The art

+L'.:., I'. ,"1 forbid the mllrriage I'roceeclptyour The American Trenty.-The Constitutional may com fence in good earnest; and will wil average nearly 45 per cent. for rage price at which/ it has been sold being',

; ." \ perilvociferated;: tho ,Earl, in a voice. of of Aug. lath, contains the following become'a ileasant and healthy business for the first 23 years, and continue at 112 percent dollars, the pasta leas/ thus realized the nil
., intelligence relative to the United States:- '
thundejv afte ards.
children aid young women. This rich of 0,230,000 Spanish dollars."
''IY: t ..1 %: IS of age yesterday;;? said the half, "TLo ncgociotion! relative to the debt crop will ibquire; but two month's care,tosecure ,Mr. Fitfeb, who is cited as authority by The New York cot ,
1 :, '":." weddctVW'dei by way of parenthasis to the' with the United i States, continued with the it, end when the.business. shall flour the Secretary of the Treasury, calculates n market is represent

: ';''j e""" ., 'solemn lvbfyvbf obedience; which, in defiance Government of the Union, is assuming, it ish on a lirge' scale, which we, hope willere 40 pounds of silk to 'an acre,and Mr.Storrs ed"as being very dull' : \>n the.26tli ult. The

i yt1' of paternaL interdict' sue,persisted is said, a very disagreeable( aspect. The long take place, the raising of tlie mul- 60 pounds. .v.fL. sales from? the 19th' o'2Cth, were only 1/fl/ >J
t etAK' .. u.)>iagiat Derry trees,' feeding' the silkworms, and Aoe.ding" tL .&1Cu1ation of Ata'Paracte' bales at a decline 4ofjto! 1 cent from
\ ; ; far from h J ing produced good efiect pre
f I', .: "I disinherit" you,1 exclaimed thee the manufacturing of the cocoons will btr meutiert--AQ +will pay on Iln..Ycn> .e ,h r-,.t8L TftiiiJBeT; Vw.-.450
: ,, 'aD ,JarL' ". ,. has causedAbe definitive'solution of the considered 'as'much'''a part of good bus- 20 years $205,62; and $490 a year;-after; 161.2 to'18'i 1.244113 O P'Amts Upland 161..H,
.",\1 all worldly goods I thee enClowp difficulties (used by the amendment of the wards. 'at
lift my; bandry, as the rearing of neat cattle, sheep, to 2ai-2c anct200Froridas '
:::, :" rsued die lover bridegroom, with i I Chamber,of Deputies, to be'adjourned. &c. Silk worm wilt become a part of a Mr. Fitch's statement allowing' the silk 18. Abo9

a 10 k ot unutterable tenderness : and, the I British I venua Budget-By the statement farmer's stock, and cocoons his:: i produce as to be.worth 4 dollars 'per pound, would 30 bales new,Cfop'tJplancIs' brought 19 1-2 fc

:" Karl had (mortification<<: of witnessing the of thdChancellor of Exchequer, Mr. commonly sent to the market as butter, yield a gross' amount of $160, and that of 20 cents.

';., 'conc; 1us >n ofthe spousal! rites.: The Mar- Rice, it anfrars that the surplus revenueof cheese, &c. Tip winding and reeling of Mr Storrs $240. Mr. ,Stems has had In various of
I for his doing theII' Great lUtain for the year ending July much and his estimate parts the Northern States
; r" qu 3/Be ing'no reason cocoons may oi nay not be performed in experience probably
'J,.. himself into the travell=: 5th, 1835, ver expenditure amounts to they are entering largely into the
same, flung elegant the family, and y the fire side, as the cul- may be relied on as the average ; thoughin production
I } lag carriage which he had provided for a 1,205,000 From that date to July,next tivator's'help 01 circumstances may admit; a better soil some one may have gone of silk. From the experiments, which have

very'di Icrent occasion and shouted to the year, it is < timated at 835,000.: Out of but the cocooni will be as much.cash articles far beyond it.Silkworm.The .. been made,they regard it as a very profitable
white and silver cockades this ,1:700: K) be required for theIVest'Indi '
: post-lads to take tho may as beef can or cattle. crop. Borne among us are also
:'',J but of their hats, and drive off. Ralph : own, leaving a surplus of about Great ,advantages will accrue to the turning thei
'1 Dig\veU'stood looking after him, with a only J50 00. The Liverpool Journal meml rs of farmer's families from Courier.THURSDAY attention that way. We, doubt not, it will
I thinks be dissatisfied with younger be'found to be a most
rueful countenance; while the melancholy the :oplo will silk culture. .farmer's daughters ir limited profitable investment
;, ': conviction, 'u.no hOJuis'of golded fees today .Mr. Rice's port on the budget. The editor circumstances, but' respectable con- 'OCTOBER 15.. for those who attempt it. If it be'made pro

i' > ," smote:upon his! heart, and lie began avers t it with proper: economy in thistime'of nexions may aid a profitable'and pleasant ,The summer is now'past and we may safe fitable in New England; ,it must necessarily

to cast about, in his mind how his new pea i.; ,in the enormous burthens of employment home, instead of being compelled ly speak' of the degree of health which has be much more so here. The mulberry
a4 black coat bo' for; there being the a the retrenchment ofthe growsremarkably
was,t() paid army navy by pen to seek an asylum from well here.
i ry The black
in this
prevailed portion'of Florida. Entertaining
of death in his extravaand nt cxpenditurc&in the church.blishments mulberry
p 4 no )present prospect a patron want in cotter/factories/ or the kitchens of
),/j' s family; and reflected with u bitter rivals<. *. and in the pensionlist their more jyt' lth'-'neighbors. Poor, peo- as most.: Northerners do, ,incorrect grows wild,in our hammocks, which shorn

'." .pang of envy, upon tho superior good fortune three nations sterling might easily be ple may,find trotitable .employment, rich views and prejudices, particularly with regardto the adaption of the mulberry to the soil. We

I"', of his rival, Peter Pitch pi'po. saved; to tli country. people innoc and pleasant amusementin I the healthiness of this portion of our country I have. seen. the .Chinese mulberry, sprouting

With'respect to"the proceedings of the The harpt' crops in' England" prove a- the differen branches of the'sa me occu- I ''thet: will doubtless be surprised.o ,a from the, root,,reach the,height, of eight ot
v .higher powers on this e' extraordinary sia bundant. pation. Som of the processes.iiecessn'ry nine feet
J statement of facts much variance one summer, and exhibit
so with a most
a>f ; ness, belt known, that the ,,Earl of'Fitz- The E*ish papers unanimously denounce for convertin mulberry leaves into the ;
i/. Ayrqer talked I l udly' > angrily; and the thl proposed restrictions on. the multifarious+ r anufactures in which silk their pre-conceived n tions." No opinion is luxurious growth of foliage without the least

bride, who know her cue, listened patiently French prf s. forms thi wh( e or any important point, more erroneous than that this part of the(Territory attention.': Here too, instead. of three hatch.

+s', I till all his sayings'were exhausted. She It is no generally conceded that the may bo f rfor ied by a child or an idiot.- is'unhealthy. From 'what ,we ,have ings, all! that the season will allow in New

::; : s't then all! duty and submission. The assassin T\,schi was 'employed by the Other nanipi ations connected with the heard of years previous, and what we have England, the silk-growers might have fire
'',1 bridegroom was as conciliatory as the husband Duchess o erri, that innocent paragon of 'skill each This
same businesf require consummate witnessed the year'past, unhesitatingly year. would make'a most important
W ,of an heiress i ought to be. The lady chastity lie person'who had paid sums and long ce to ensure their
of | Fieschi had been in the' : prac proper pronounce this to be as, healthy as difference in the annual products. There
; mother
'I'\ temporised, as lady mothers generally money employ perform: nee. ''Ignorance of an'art can be : any portion
?I '' > do on such occasions, and at length of CI les X., and is now in prison. no apple foi: idleness'when knowledge of our', country. Since last, April, there is an article on another column showing the

{ -:'! mollified, tljp wrath ,of her offended lord, The rioil continue in Spain. There has is not'ncessi:jy ry for its prosecution ;and have been but Jive deaths among'the whites profits which might arise from raising the

t>; ", .by''rolU llding him of the admirable geographical been blooditied in Valencia. A project is every hi HOB being'of every grade an intellect (only one of fever) on the whole line of the mulberry. Possessing a soil,well adapted to
situation of tho, of Lord said to exi&in Catalonia to establish a federal '
estates the
It jr st nth, mental corporeal river, extending from its mouth seventy most advantageous culture of many arti
: :/ DeepJalo.and; ,himself for a [marriage between repubic, such as1 it was'before the power,it not an infant, insane, or bedridden cles which be
time -'l'he.Carlltts miles into' the interiora section of can raised in no. other portionof
,', ; their'.D'elre.i'I1ir ackhowtedgcd the ofl'hiiSp are mov- mayJinJcomething connected with country '
c remark and inn on to the Ebro sparsely inhabited! it.is true the U; States, we expect soon to the
propriety of the ; the thoughts I silk cultite adapted to his or her faculties I .. ,yet embracing see
I :: I'* struck him;at the same tnomeut,that, cou- Don Carlos is in the mountains waiting : and calc lated to furnish useful employment beside JJcksonville+ the :village of Mandarin, aspect Of IMlOTida-4-entirely..changed; Br

tF '.., ,' ? sidcring the resolute temper of Lady Anne, for supplies of money, which iris said are'I (t l several i ittlements at various distances, and growing' silk, the grape, indigo, the olive,

t,' it was. very well that she had not contract- remain from France. Cordova The ,nfichanical part of reeling silk in plantati ns settled,, along the whole distance the orange and 'other tropical production,
ed aliianco which offered such )local inactive for want of sufficient
!A ,: advantages an ; and, as the Earl of Deepdale, force to attack him. France,aid There Italy is performed in those entirely countries by from a i uarter, to two miles apart. There this must soon be the garden of the Union,

r 'J/; (. vho" was i in every respect his equal, offered Lord Lyndhurst is now the avowed what women.are' Ued great are and small filatures. have be n very few cases' of sickness of any instead of being' regarded as' an unhealthy,

( to make all proper settlements upon her, leader of the houso'of lords. At a l late The forn r are largo establishments' in kind, a d those arose chiefly frominatten- barren region.
f :, ... he at length determined to shake hands caucus at the Duke of Wellington's, ho which frcm 50 to 500 reels are at work tion anc exposure: When. it is. considered,

,cO ,". with his noble neighbor, and bestowed a was, it is said, regularly' installed as such. the womuj employed there are under the; that the summer is the period of disease, if A company has been formed for the purpose
1 sort of sulky benediction on tho newly It is thought that if the House of Lordsdo 'of establishing a' line of Steamers to
supcrintel euce of director.. who is thoroughly any pre ul, we think we may safely challenge ,
,wedded pair which he qualified with,an not pass the municipal corporation bill
with the mechanical run between New'York and
; quainted a i omparison' in point, of health with Liverpool. They
intimation' that he should expect them ,to in its original shape from the Commons, ,
t! proceed tp the continent, And reside there there must ensue a serious collision, and as well TJ n she mercantile ;part of the businest any sect in of the Union embracing the'same intend to apply 'to the Legislature ot New
l' ", for.a twelvemonth at )leastos' his friend the one or the other of the following resuts: the profesfbn.se The'women are brought: up in to number if inhabita> fs. We 'are not aware York, for a charter,, which 'will 'undoubtedly
of would consider himself must be tho : be granted, Liverpool will thus be brought
Marquis Greystock consequence these lara filatures are well paid, and that any liseaae prevails among the residents
{ :: very dishonorably: treated if he were to 1. Eithertho, Commons will go on and generally main there till ,the end of their during the cooler months, scarcely winter within twelve days travel of New York.-

[ be publicly reconciled to them before that declare themselves a permanent legislative I. days. ,Tla' mall, or as we should call months.J Steam is the order of the day It seems an
it period. The happy pair readily agreed!! to body, independent of the Lords. them domttic filatures carried in '
are on exceedingly appropriate for a' people
One rtason the agent
.' this'arrangement; but'the' term of their 2. There will be a dissolution of the why southenyuties are
,, banishment was very considerably shorten: Commons. families bjf I farmer's wives and daughters, generall] considered more sickly than those whose_every act illustrates! the Crockett mot
who from five reels
ed by the marriage' of the Marquis of Grey- 3. Or a dismissal of the Ministry. wor of Jieir own one to raising, or 'those, with they cocoons of the N rth, is, that the sickness is mostly to, "go ahead."';J>Not content with thus

,stock who, in a fit bachelor desperation There was a considerable shock of on skimming the element velocity
purchase their neighbors, by which they confinedto two or three months of the year, watery our
took to wife his chaplain's pretty sister, earthquake felt in Lancashire,August 20th.A on land must be increased the swift
make a b dsome income at the end of the and is limited to two or three diseases. While by same
:who made him one of tho happiest elderly chimney was knocked down in Lancaster "
year. Theo women in general have preserved at the North, agent. And locomotives are becoming u
month of
every and'everj day
gentleman' in the peerage, raid perfectly and the inhabitants from terror ran into
th art in the families from generation the montn common, as. stages were a few 'years since.
consoled him for the'affront he had received the streets. they are subject to'the attacks of

from Lady Anne Fitz-Aymer. ._Lord: Melbourne bas.bestowed a pension reels to is generation.n t as perfect The as that silk from which i domestic comesFrom disease, pd every month brings it in some A short time since,a steam-propelled-carriag
I '
1 of ;i300 per annum on Mr.Thomas Moores 'the/ .filatures. It sells however new foni. Like a'defeated but perseveringenemy ran on a common road, rom'London, the
It, < ZcKiiliaELow, in a letter to the editor the celebrated poet. rge distance of miles in hours and
forty three !
i and the manufacturers know bow to employ ;ome, new mode of attack upon the ,
f' of the Downing Gazette, on the best The new novel by" Mrs. Trollop, called it. It must he added,that the French citadel of life is assumed. There during the quarter, and returned in three hours wd
,t method of abolishing slavery, sums up thewhole'matter "Tremordyn Cliff will shortly be pub- !
and Itahan reelera would
female perform their twenty minutes. What next' What
of ?
: dropping sand
':;; very briefly. If any man, lished. every a person may by I
work mecoapically, and are, in other respects the heroes of 76 have have step
says Zekel, '" wants my shirt, and I chuse "the scythe :of time While, he walks.to thought, to

to geu it 'to him, it's a bargain ;- but if he [From the Buffalo Com.Advertiser,19th ult] knowing grossly how.to ignorant read f few'and'.write.of them Our, if day, buoyed with ardor and hope, hideous ped 'into one of our rail road 'cars, and shot

am' {ready'to.pay me a fair price for it,then WAR AT LAST.-It appears by' the any American women will prove themselvesfar consumption may have commenced its depredations oft'bird.like through the air ? '
J fly hogint) no right to discuss the Cleveland received this
got papers morning 'superior in respect and their doetnestie : working under: the deceitful '" V"-j; *I>
every colors }
"- of thetase Ohiolay'
wWlf.ithe.nat the hot bloods of
maUyr : and
Rr Is ormy'shlit} wltlT- Michigan filatures will, produce perfect 'silk; of the "hectic glow" We publish this ;:week on oar first page,*
such;stQ deprive me BCtnattyBneceeifcd in getting a .
up .
because they will Lava rerrivM'iustrucM ..
of She *
.: out compensating all." And this is hisproposition real Battle-not being disposed to let their ,1V ice----- piece poetry Mre..Sigouroey
'* tion thrtugh their great grand' mothers, observe ) b y the northern popes, that cem i'1'fol'bef"intf' 1Stur1C' .wlirur'iirleftMHemans
t blustering and bravado go for nothing. before the art was,improved as it is now. at Liverpool t to price of cotton has fallen. It ofthe Unit d States. HerlanfWg
Now, then, if the'Abolition folks wants The bulletin account of the action, on In this country there should bq both have
:'J'J to free a nigger, they must be ready to pay the part of the Ohioans,'thougb not official, great and small or domestic filatures ; the is presumed 1 > arisen from "a concert is as choice, and her conceptions are as beautiful

: for.him, and lIOmetl n like this plan might sets forth as follows!-On' the morning of former will bej the depositories of all the among the cjinnen, to use the cotton on original, and as forcibly exhibited, M

n..j'; work ,well Let the southern states fix a I the 15th Ult. the Sheriff Monroe county improvements] the art; the latter will hand, and, b; not entering the market, to her with whom she it compared. Often her

frt\, fair price fo 'a.uigger, and form a commit I accompanied by a ,body of armed men, contribute to we use of families, and thereis lessen the pri< e. The consumption and production images are more vividly portrayed, and her
:; tee to take charge! of the matter, and when I made a descent upon the village of Toledo I there of the '
..r'. = the no danger cf being an excess are n< w nearly equal, that, while appeals to the heart more pathetic and thrill
: : abolition bran full of philanthropy and captured Sheriff Lucas county,
au man w so article in the market. There must be filatures dour
.. Ohat ho can't find work enuf at home whom they carried off. The party reappeared of all sites and dimensions, accord- peace remain we cannot expect a great reduction ing. The warmest and noblest feeling

;- for it*fet him send'the amount of the fixed in the'course of the day, in searchof ing to the means of those who undertake in the price to be more than tempo nature, are frequently touched, and they

; f, value of a nigger to this committee south, such Judges and Justices as were act them. Full and free competition can alone rary. By the,recent report of the consumption flow at her bidding. Few selections CaD i*

<' and simply say,," Gentlemenr enclosed bShr ing under the laws of Ohio ; but did not ensure success. of this article in England, its Increase is found, surpassing in their 'treth and beauty,

";t ; I "ploai l send me,a niggertw succeed in getting bold of them, as the cit. found.to hare:been great. In 1833 the amount the glowing: then, commencing,'" Even tno:
izens of Toledo had armed themselves for '
"f. i. "'-: PsoriTs or THE l\luLuJ.ar.-Th'ou<< consumed 284,460,000. .*-7*
was in 183-a 207-! flare feW'r freu'
i.pl': : ..PAUPERISM ix OB.E4T.Buriw.-According battle, and_made such stout resistance, that it would seem probable that almost ; i Her writings' "'
..I : to a statement in the London after the exchange: of about one hundred farmer who has JOQ acres or more, U any he I 000,000 lb..; and in 183., 320)OOo.OO; ( lb..; bound in men'graphic, angelic touches.

tj: i Quarterly Review, the paupers of Great shots the invading party fled. They were understood the subject, and was duly informed .I showing an increase of 12,540,000 lb,. for would venture to say of her,what can bsrdll

i\ I3ritaitj,comprise more than one-sixth part hotly pursued, but being on horseback as to,jbe profits of cultivating silk the tint year, and 23,000,000 for the next. be said of Mn. Heman,that she.bas pub .

). ,of the,whole population! i )n 'the United: were not overtaken. would appropriate at least three acres to it. ; If we take into consideration the increase ed nothing,not excellent itself,and W

., .Statei. there U not quite Qne'pauper: to There'is one feature in all this splendidaffair I will confine my calculation on the profits : consumption in our own needed not her to U beauty ;
) we
1 country, may name
,t. ; eleven bvpdnd and fatty inhabitants; and of| which is worthy of all admiration.It era single acre which the farmer can always Pre*
, f this ;comparatively diminutive number, is the singularly bloodltss result of the extend or contract to suit his own | safely fix the increase annually at 16,000,000 wish there were more,wh. writings ,

: ::i 1 newly one,.Aa ate foreigners., victory none being killed, and only one views.A lb.. I ed the same moral and benevolent in4U4DC'>*"*
person injured by a contusion number calculations have been given The exports: in 182&-.7, were* reportedto I and shed the same Jullowcd light, o4 I

:.,, ;;;... .'', ,I'. t Tbejust* man feareth no e,vil. The bulletin further adds,-that-thee to the public by different persons all found- ; b* aboat .55,000,000; Ibs.; those for 'this i nighted world.,"*

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The election forWemhew of the L gisla.e THE WAY TO SUCCEED.I owe my LIST OP LETTERS, NOTICE.CLtaa' MAlL ARRANGEMENTS .
was held on Monday last. The success,in business chiefly to you," said a in the Post Office Jack. .
Council, REMAINING at /Orrict-DcvAt Corinv,' ). < ON ROUTE NO. Sm.
v.u for thi. County are-Warren 133, stationer to a paper maker RS they were County, on the 30th Jacksonville August 3dj 1835.V ,) i VIA PABLO.Leave .
terms settling a, large account ;t- let me ask Sept. 1835: -and if not taken but in three having '
Utrty <* scattering 1.f persons any deeds-or other '
lell ,
i p01V 26, Eigl how a man of your caution came to give months, they will be sent to the General. Post ALL of writing to be recorded St.rU'I:! every Wednesday,..tJ'P.l\t.!
pole held) at t..jjfoward'" not yet credit so freely to a beginner with my Office as Dead Letters. t, will please leave the money for recording the Arrive at?Pablo every Thursday bY'7. P. M.

and! (10m slender means?" Because," said the paper n Thomas T. Moody. same also-otherwise: the deeds or other in. Leave Pablo every" Friday, at 6AM.

St. Augustine, the votes are,reported to maker, "at whatever: hour in tho Sarah A. Broward, ., N struments will not be placed upon record until Arrive at 8t. Augustine same dayb,6 P. M.. r
c At Smith 150, Gen. Hernan- morning I passed to. my business I always Mary Broward, M. E. J., North, the fees is paid. Arrive LeateSt.: Augustine Pablo every Monday atG A.M.
been, Judge at same day by 6 P. M.
W V8 observed{ John Broward Persons having : of kind already
without coat at yours. Nat, paper any '
you yonr Leave Pablo Tuesday .;
104 Levy CO. at 5 A. Ms '.
Hanson William Blount d recorded will call and every
90 for
There is truly a world of wisdom, in the pay Arrive at St. Marys next dayby'll A.M. ,'
M. Bowroson the work is done'and I
Russell Onnon. as want my pay. \
above little anecdote. '
h From'the Georgianof? ; the 12th inst.:, re- '. Edgar S. Barrows, P ISAIAH D. HART, ClerTt.- VIA JACKSONVILLE i'I

a iveijby jiie Steamer Floridawe,1earn, that DEATHS-_ C. A. L. Boliver, Neil McPkerson, Jacksonville, Aug. 3. 29tf Leave St" every Saturday, at 9 P. M. to ,

i naindes:of the,money: stolen from the Oran Baxter, William Perry, Arrive at Jacksonville next day by G P. M. .
0h e. Nancy Bellamy Pi RAIL n Arl TIOE ra Leave .
George ,darvis. every Monday 5 A.M. '
of enhasbee most-- In this the 15th inst. of ,
h'ofthe Bank. ., a place, on 'consumption Eliza '.
Bellamy, R Arrive St.
Augustine same day by G P. M.
0it.I the of those aged
covered. Through activity Arthur Ourney. Leave St. '
formerly of New York.; Henry Reify, Augustine every Thursday, at 5. ,:
afl known pfficerst Hays and Huntington; years -c Francis Richard, 3 ,A. M. % r,".
a affair is \disclosed. Fitzgerald, Rachel Christe, William B.Koss, Arrive at Jacksonville same day by 6 1'. M. .
j George Colt: 2 John Rose,* undersigned Commisaioner.giveno.lice Leave Jacksonville every Friday. at 6A. M;, 1
ho was Buspectedj.arrestedj. and; afterwards, .D Robert Robiison. that pursuant the Act entitled Arrive At St Marys next day by 1 P M.; ". .

quitted, has.made jl confession which im- \ OF JACKSORVILLE.........OCTOBER 15. Wm.,S. Donaldson., John 'or JonathanRalchforc" rJlt1 41 An.Act to amend an;:"Act incorporate the CROSS ROUTE-VIA ST. JOHN'S L"rF.,' ".
a maker E FLORIDA PEMRSCLAiib Leave Pablo Friday at 5 A. II. '
cates Patrick' Savage, a coach- by : JACK O TILLK RAiLROAD every ,
After in ARRIVED. Chandler S. Emory. l' 'S' nA approved Februarf15 18.15 Arrive at Jacksonville same day by)9 M. ..>t
. de, aq..an accompli arriving 14th, steamer Florida, Ifubbord, from, Sa F; Edwar. Sams, 3 that the i11 be again opened: at,Jack, Leave Jacksonville same day,at lit M,' ,

vannah, Messrs., Jl&ys'and Huntington Col.. eming, 3 Oomej' Snith, 2 sonville, at"r a tore of irD\Hart, Bay-street Arrive at Pablo same day by 7 P. 14' J

ceeded to the place,'.designated by Fitz- yannah.Constable'Sa1e ChorUs E. Flinn, Benandin a,Sanchez, on the 4th daVt -May, and continue open, ISAIAH UAR'l""f.1\. !

P raId, and found a. bpx containing{ $69,381 .. Josiah i Fogg. .,' D.MLc&1atiSiu:Sanchez: ,, until ubacriptlons the let day for stock Mgwt tdv-'lir/ria' netto Rail receive ROad __ Jacksonville July 31st. 1835,. ,'" ..... \

wed away in_the..wv.1 thouse of MryWarw'it qr>Tpinue -or two writs tntriu ';tiflmcctJ3 tCS': : Gardiner Mary Snub into execution. NOTICE TO TRA'Y.E. 'LEnS. j

who YagU.,a jourgeyman.S \out of a Magistrate's C urt,' 'and to me Josiah Gates.. CarotinH ,.. TBy the 8th Section of this amendatory Act, 1 ':'i4"
a r'[Amount, now massing9f) $4,074 dollars, directed, I will expose to public sale on Sat.. )T the subscribers for stock lieretoore taken : e

n when pursued urday,.the 7th day of November next, between Joshua Hickman, Ja1Jf..ttPker, 2 have a prior right to subscribe fo> the. sameamount ...\ .
itzgerald says, he. threw away, the usual hours of sale, in front of the Reubin Hogans, Sat 1ucker. of Stock on the New Do<<', : j .
the i officer in Savannah$7,315, in goldid Court-housetin, the town'of'Jacksonville, all Charlotte Hall, JU 'ISr11A1LD.LIRT, will be a regular conveyance of ,for 'f'

silver, which is supposed ,to have been the right, title, and interest, Elizabeth Isaiah D.Hart, 3 Tho' Ifnderwood.. JAMES DELL THERE ers once a week from St. Mary'n '

moved since Fitzgerald left Savannah., Hendricks, and as administratrix of the es Clerk Super. Court. W rF. J. MILL, I Deo., by Pablo to St. Augustine ;'toleave St.

tate of Ezekiel Iludnal, deceased, ip; and to L Geor Waltom, 3 STEPHEN WOK, Mary'a every Wednesday, II.t2 o'clock., P.:M, .j..
In New York an experiment is making of a certain tract or parcel of land, lying and Joseph B. Lancaster AndrjW Welch, 2 JOS. D. LJUMSTER., and arrive at Pablo next d 'y. ',
'with blocks of being in the County of Duval, and boundedon 3 Gabri Waters, Jacksonville, March 31, 183:). 14 Persons, who wish to avoid a night exposure
iving their streets :i hexagonal, the South by St. Johns river, on the West John Lawton. John ". Williams, on the water,will find very{comfortable
ood. Should the experiment succeed! it by' Hogan's.Creek, and on the' North and M, Charl,Willey, NOTICE. accommodations'at Fernandina, at Mr. ,A. '

ill be of considerable importance to most ofie East by vacant lands, and contains two hun- William Morgan, Timotiy Wightman. Dia.', ?rand can leave Fernandina the next
r '"dred and estimation .at David'McKees, 2Thomas I An act passed by the Legisllive Coun- and arrive
fifty acres,by ; present Y BY morning at Pablo the tame day.-
then be ;
Southern cities. They will ena- in the occupancy of Col. James Dell ; leviedon Moody, 2 Henrjyoung.RT cil of this Territory, at Its set session They can leave Pablo every Friday morningat

ed to pave their streets, as cheaply the as the property of the said Elizabeth Hen ISAIAH D. It P. M. and approved by the Governor,Feb. 14th, 4 o'clock, and arrive at St. Augustine at 0, '\

lies at the ,'!'North. .hope.'sincerely the dricks, and as administratrix' &c. at the suit 1835, the'Subscribers Books were appoDted Com P.M. some day; leave St. Augustine every ;
ofS. Streeter. missioners to open and bceive subscription Sunday, and arrive at Pablo some day. :;
swill of our NOTICE
q>eriment succeed, as some IIICKMAN Constable. for the stock of a Bank to be loca
Passengers wishing to visit St.Augultinet
reels are somewhat the worse for wear',"' September 30, 1835. 5w36 IS hereby given, that the Bak for receiving ted in this Town, to be called THE BANKOF will.be accommodated on reasonable terms. 1..D

id we'will then:hope for an amendment. subscriptions to tIle car uJ stock of the JACKSONVILLE Fare from St.'Mar' '. by Pablo to St. Augustine :

INDIAN .AFFAIRS. SOUTHERN LIFE INS f.\"CE. AND In pursuance of which the Subscribers $5. From St. Augustine', to Pablo $3. \ :1 j I
Some,of the.Northern Editors speak of the TRUST CO.UPANYwill b< odened at the hereby give notice, that the Booze: for Subscription There is also a safe boat which will run \
violation of Cometries." Have of our Sale 'of Indian Cattle. office of Thomas Douglas, Etj. In the Cityof for the stock in said Dark, will be once a'week from Pablo to Jacksonville{ and ,
any.'" sale of-the Cattle to be surrendered St. Augustine, on the,,secdd day of November opened in this Town, at tIle Couning-Room will depart and arrive so as to meet the mall ; I i
inkee friends made a visit to the vesper-: THE the United States, by the Seminole next, at 10 0'cI9ck, i.Mtand will of Messrs. Blanchard & Rider, corner oi boat on its return from St. Mary's .and the to

io-homo" of the moon and stopped at the Indians, under the 6th Article of the Treatyof be.kept open from time to the by adjournment Bay and Liberty,streets, at 10 o c, ck, &. M. stage as it arrives from St. Augustine. Fare 1.I I

met I on their i ,wa.y.P: We' wish the Sun, as the 9th of May, 1832, with that Tribe', will until the whole of the hock shall be on the fourth day of May next., from Pablo to Jacksonville $i2. All fare to( : .}j'

seems to'receive the earliest informationi commence at Flotard's place, on the road subscribed ;LOT not exceeding CLARK thrty i dtys." W. J. MILLS, be paid at Pablo., C, TAYLOR. c:"';i I

leading from .Micanopy to Tampa, about 12 ; WILLIAM RIDIR. CTThe: Mail boat will leave .Tablo'forSte :'l<
this 'would throw : little light ROBERT RAYRD.ND 1EID I
i I ,subject, a Seminole the 1st STEPHEN EDDY, '
miles from the Agency, on THOMAS DOUGLAS .* Mary' every Tuesday and return qn Thurs ':y
r ound it Will.the Herald furnish a little day of December' ensuing, and at Volucia, Ccitmissoners.June ISAIAH D. HAlT day. The stage leave. Iablo'ery Friday i 11,: t

rrect information? on the right bank of the St.,Johns river, on 2d 1835. 23 Commissioners, for St. Augustine and returns on the succeo';: "
the 15th day of the same month, and be continued ,; 't Jacksonville, E. F. April 2d, 185. ding Sunday. ., *Gm3 "': y

NEW RAcE.-Foot racing, horse racing, from day to day, until the whole, that '$00 REWA'RI ; "

at racing, and omnibus rjl.cing'no longer may be surrendered at those places respec- I R. D. GREGORY, JACKSONVILLE' fI"i i
R NA WAY frou thtsubscri- i
shall be sold. '
a tisfy the English. They are too stale. We Sales, will be made to the highest bidder, ber, about two nontbi. since, Attorney and ,Counsellor at Late. AND TALLAHASSEE STAGED ;;; I

Ibito serve, by a London paper, that the. propri- and prompt payment required from purchasers Iii his two negro' fellows] Georgeand HAS opened ah office in Jacksonville, for > ';i

irsof Vauxhall gardens,have officially an- in every case. John. Georgt, \ South practice of the Law, in the several
tor It is probable that'a considerable numberof Carolinian bones 4>out 40 Courts of D val. and of.th4t adjcininff coun Ny 'd .uy .,,-..jJWli'7', ''(!, "
unced a I balloon race.' The JEriel match Indian Ponies, or houses,,will,be offered years old.of.the midUle size; ties: .. I
L. t"' e"plaefrthcrfollowingThursday.. private sole or'public auction, at the times -- .. --- well built, )Ie'''sIanmere\ so'' He pledges himself, that all business ext THE Public are Informed that a line'of '
Ve hope theYwill: have a good high seat fore and points assignated. much that at \\ trusted to his care, shall receive prbmpt and Barouches will run between
WILEY THOMPSCN, cult to understand what he .t attention. Tallahassee and Jacksonville, to leave this "'
gays.Joan diligent
h judges, at the end of the course, to see pf 1'
Supt. Seminole lem. an 'African born is about 28? Jacksonville, July 15, 1835. 29tf plaoe every Monday.: \
hiri it there,is fair play in the.etherial regions. 'Seminole Agency, Florida, 4th .Oct.. 1B35.:! old, middle size,stout, fat,,and of a cry Black years O*Forty pounds baggage will be allowed :'1((1
each for
to and
passenger, any greater weight,
complexion. Both jobbing Those STORE TO LET.TIIE .
The Superior Court for the;Eastern Dis-: NOTICE. two negroes carpentes.lurkig in the STORE at MAKDAKIM re one miles.cent per pound will be charged for every 'J,

ct of Florida, was ,to have commenced its of all neighborhood ofWhitesville,on Blck: Creek, ten
subscribers having disposed occupied by E. A. Co. "Fare each '
fl: through $25.
ision in St. John's county,last Monday. It THE stock of goods to Mr. VILLIAM Duval County, E. F., where tliey .ave their II nr.5, Esq. will be rented on fair wall HARRIS. j

ill,sit in Nassau county, the second Mon- RIDER, and having taken the store lately: occupied wives. Gcorffe at Mr.S. Y. Gorey'and Johnat terms. It is a'goOd stand for business, and Jacksonville, Jan,14. ,:It! :JI\
Mr. Brown
by them, they cheerfully recommend. possession can be had immediately. .
Jia;f In November. It will sit in Alachua their customers to patronize him. The above reward will bepa'u by Mr, Apply to C.. READ, near the premises. CONVEYANCE FROM .. .' }1:
pHa unty, the Wednesday after the third Mon- Mr. Rider is fully authorised to ottle all Francis Gue, Merchant in St. Atjustine Mandarin, August 3, 183.3. 29tf {, '

;y in November; It will sit. in' the county our Book' accounts contracted in oir' store thirty dollars on the delivery in ne jail of JACKSONVILLE TO," :. AUGUSTINE. ,

f Duval the first Monday'in November.By business. Those indebted, to ,us eLber by said city of each of said negroes ; brides the NOTICE. :
r note or book,account, are requested tc: call at reasonable expenses incurred to ting them "
| and the without d.laYJor there, or o'n the delivery to the sent I WILL hold a Magistrates Court at the f
hts store same peon "
pay ,,
Arkansas is
a census recently taken Courthouse Jacksonville
in on the Second "
suits will be commenced. to receive them at any place wherethey may, : ,
0 md to contain about 53,000 inhabitants. .In DLANCHARD'& RIDER. be secured with the proper informtion giv. Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock, A. Subscriber will run a good Barouche, :''

IKof JO, it was 30,388) less than the population Jacksonville, Sept. 17th, 1835. 35tf en, to that effect to the said Franc Gue. M. In my absence, will business left with THE good Horses from Jaekiouville'to !
M. DE FOUERES.St. ( O. M. Dorman Esq. be punctually attended week to leave'
St. this
Florida: at that'period.. Their 'p pulationt.itles Augustine, once a' }
enl t NOTICE. ,. Augustine,July 1. 29 place every Monday morning, and arrive in
them admission the of
to to dignity, Justice the Peace. '
purchased BLANCUARD $ St.Augustine on the evening of the came day .-
irir portance and independence of a State. RAVING June 17. J 25 leave St.
stock of Goods in ths place ,$100 REWARD. Returning-will Augustine'on

Th iey are. .preparing for the change. and taken the store recently' occupied by from the Jail ofMon-pe Coun FOR SALE. Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place .
.t.YANLEE them, I calculate. replenish the Block with ESCAPED District of Florila, a prisoner v on the evening of the same dal'j', : \&. ,
TRAVELLING. A down caster, such articles as may: be wanted to';have a by the name of JAMES SMONDS, TWO Copper Stilll,nearly new; one con l OForty pounds baggage will be allowed' 'e I

into returning from New York homeward, good assortment for this market., who was committed to my. u'tod 'on three two hundred gallon.; .with a to each pu.engerandforanI greater weight, "
that the will find it for theirinterestto heater of the same capacity; the' other containing one cent per pound will bechatied.tornery
tea he had before beard of. great \CTPurchasers indictments found by the grand JUT of said .: .
which will be ten'mile.
ed the road but call as above. County the neveral murder fifty gallons, disposedof rJt' '
on Providence 'rail ; on !! charges ,
he in \O"Pay on delivery: of the goods. piracy and and made bii at terms advantageous to the purchaser.For ,OT: Fare each way $5.
8 a letter, it beat all my acquaint- RIDER. larceny, iscape by further, particulars inquire of O. BUD- II. II. PHILIPS. i
an(:e just at the time started the town means of false keys on the'night of the 14th
; we Whitesville at this office. Jacksonville Feb. 2.
35tf IKCTOH :
8 1835. Esq. or lltij4
to ck in Providence had begun tb strike Sept. inst. He i. a native of New Hartfotd,(Con.) Jacksonville 6. 19tf .
a mariner and has been for 'seyerU in May ,
12, and we were lodged at the Tremont ROAD 90,000 LUH. OF IILACK MOSS
EAST command <>f trading and wrecking vessels, ,
l use, in Boston, when the old south clock COMPANY. and at one'time commanded the Be r. Lydiaof WANTED. WANTED. 'p! I ,

haTh d given the winding up stroke." He is \ of N a small 'family Wench who that..above '
is hereby given, that a meeting Philadelphia. about thirty yean I a good understands Subscriber will purchase -
NOTICE Stockholders of the East Florida age five feet five or six inches high, has a cooking. For such an one, the of Black Moss, if dellY'tecSla i
CHEESE UPON' A GREAT SCALE.-Col. Rail Road will be' holden at the down cast guilty look, dark' sallow complexion highest wages' will be given, if application Savannah previous to 1st October! U ege
os. S.-Mercham, of Ilichland; Oswego SAM'L 8. LEWIS No. 1 Commercial but from close confinement fir several i is made immediately.1 ,. or email quantiti*. oW Atev**
of ,
keeps .hundred and months had become 1 has Inqvirv at thtc Dfltce.July J. W. li10R13ELL .
,mty. one fiftyrfour wharf In the City of B atone die 15th of omewhat(>& *, are \
>., nn.lnrn mxi.UU 8aTJOO cbeou- markable : his head and 2.. J87tf .
e October next, 1835, for the parpj e.of organ sear on some scars Savannah, June 17. '" 427 1 i
weighing 125 ppunda apiece, and one lung said Company, by choosiig Directors about his face. He is, well JFQown: 10 New ....... j' '. I

w lich weighs fourteen hundred pounds,and and transacting such other buaness as_ may York where his wife' connexion reside NOTICE. NOTICE. .t $g ;
4Mr eral others weighing 800 pounds. come before said meeting. I will give the above re ward if he is secured person. indebted to the subscriber, sub.criberwillbolda Jostlce'.Courtat I
SAM'L: LEWIS. in any Jail in the United Stales, or the ALL by Note or Book account, are requested
the Office of O. M. Dorman in
AMERICAN INGENUITY' IN' EMOULKD.' JOHN HENSHAU,' same reward with all reasonable expense if to settle the same without delay; and Jacksonville the last ,in Esq.

''. Amasa Stone, of Rhode Island, hasmtde DAVID HENSHAJV,}Com'rs.PROCLAMATION delivered THOMAS to me at EASTIN Key West.U.S.llanhal.Key no credit will be given at my store after the month. In ,my pn absence, any Saturday bttiines leach left .'" .'

an important improvement in the J. B. DANFORTIL West July 25,1835.FOR ,. 10th Marcb.UAnoy II. PHILIPS with pert Donnan, will be punctually! attend. "
user loom, and is now in Manchester, STEPHEN WHIT, Jacksonville, March.3. lOtf eel to. )3 TEPHEN'JJpDYm '.

En gland, with every prospect of making Boston, Aug, 19. Cw3l SALE. .' Justice of the, I
his fortune by the invention. DR. CIIARLEft'UOYT offer* his June 3.. '.1: 23tfi.T'. '
A VALUABLE COTTON FLAVIATIOK, pie... ( services to the inhabitantsof : I
PERT K. Walker, and Acting antly situated, and healthy, on the St. Jacksonville and of this section of Florida, NOTICE. I IALL
WELI.TO BEGIN wwHTbe Low. By George. Secretary I.
rifer in and "
Joh. Duvall Florida four I'kytieian
Governor Florida, county, it
Times the wife of of persons having demand against the .
e3w Bays, a young man miles above the town of I ,
him with an Election ww held on the growing of Mr*. CLEMA/fTl/fE Q4V- j
lUinehas presented five chi)
containing of which one STODART.CURRIER
1S35 for the
dre ,
Q in.11 mouths two at at one time and May, U in TIER, dec. will present them'MOperJ1..&
acres) good land
;, ((250 planting a compact and
ape at election of a Delegate to the next Congress and has LITHOGRAPHERS, XtLooiurHic :"and all persons indebted Co said Estate "
another body, under fence. It a good
of the United State., for the Territory of .. and EieaAvxas. will wake immedlatepayment to ,<
A Florida and whereas at said election, Joszru Dwelling House,with alt the other necessary No. 1, Wall-street, New YorkBLANKS / W, B. ROSS.
considerable number depots it is said received number of buildings required on a Plantation. Those .
a M. WHITE a greater Jacksonville, July Z, 1833 tf -:
t he Liverpool Journal who wish to purchase, can ctU on JOIIAH at .
,may with the aid rotes than any other individual, u appearsby of all descriptiou Printed
Kiii 1 telescope, be seen upon the sun's disc. the returns legally made to me : GATES, who is on the pUce and will aid ., at short notice.QT FIELD HANDS WANTJBP.mWELVE .
them in
an examination of the premises.They -
: is estimated- well Now, therefore,.in pursuance of M.law White, I do will have a view of the present crop, Also, Job Work' a handsome style, Dollar. month will 1. paW'
informed the said
'liar' no leas' by persons hereby proclaim Joseph this and from him,or the .ubacrib..tSt. !Mary, and on reasonable terras. JL monthlr.fjr fire or aix good /TfoU/ iI> t

fie wuiuallr,than victims 19,000,000,000 to the tOdllCtionofthe silk worms duly the elected next Congress-of the Delegate the from United Territoryto States. Georgia, may obtain the terms of ale.WIHPf ./ Ja*tie. Blanks--Deed*-BUI* of' La. and 'ifteelt Dollar,for Good PUugkmn' *.- ;i
] '
t of ilk consumed in England for one Given 'under my hand this 28th day of ALDRICH.. din:-Manifvsti. d .constantly for sale at J08UUA IIICKMAN.I .I" j }
J lf
sir- t
ri WU.1r JukwnrilleA. Aug. J7. 4w31 this office. + May U, ."1:. 1Jlw20 ,
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hand Hum buz ba DRY 'GOODS, -
0 write a larger copy. SUBSCRIBER, having
uIScIs'rI/kNEOUbl. be, bi, bo, buz-Tony Flanabam, come THE Subscribe has on hand, and opts FLORIDA.CAPT. THE Southern Agriculturalist.. purch.

over here. Arrah, why don't you come, we,on reisP&ble terms,the following Editor'and proprietor Mr. John Jr0m D l \ H

AWE .J-MfsT.1ttE -At the risk ofroddcrinamD6eU sir; when I tJid'you ? See, here, spell me articles, via r 'ta solicits the support(!of the friends or A Jul

lia *16. ()the charge or ig; this' .word-Con-stan-ti-ni-nouple. Beys DRY GOODS. ture, and of the interests connected 'ilb '

nc of phrsiogporay, or that's the name of the Grand Turk See Broadcloths S atfinetta, Negro Clothe throughout the Southern States. 'B.

I to that fef being a careless 'observer; I will what 'it is to know navigation. 1 'don't white and yellow Flannels, bleached and IIUBBARD, published this work for. year Legare from".

relatethe following<<: anecdote:-! suppose there's a man in the'whole l barony brown Check, striped and plaid run once a week' from' Savannah commencement, in the 1R2JL, and '

I I Was'pnsfing a ferf' days'nt the house of barring myselfjLDd the priest, can tell who Calicoes Silks, Gloves, Linens, Imported WILL Picolata, touching at Darien, St thus which practically it should'acquainted with the mot
well-known traveller, MBackUeatu :Cambrics, Silk Hdk'fs. Bomba. Jacksonville and Mandarin.R. be conducted., Its
Mr. cJ: 'ltbe Constantinople. ,is! Ginghams,; Mary's, ticn will be pnwi
i .
MrCion zettes Burlaps, &c. & W. KING ,continued on the same'term.
] >-Ouo morning, [Legends of Lake of JCillarncy. ; OznkburgS, in the ,
' out to take his ride, told mo he bad ,. HARD ARE AND CUTLERY. Agents at Savannah. manner.his as heretofore with! M
call who bad been recoramcnded COMETS \VoIE1'f'--' <; doubtless Axes Adzes shippers. :All slave may ) .
Appointed a man to AWD : omets, ; Lamps Candlesticks, Guns, Freight payable by As the subscriber is solicitous to maid
to him as a proper person td aad good purposein patent -Aughn, Door Bolts, Knob Latches, passengers must be cleared at; the Custom- Journal the"'vehicle for dissemminatingm,6j

Supply the place of a servant whom ben the .creation women. Comets Butts! ScreTrs Brass Knobs Hoes Sad Irons, Ilouse. information,. not. only.with regard to ,
"As havo beautiful and Pad-H1U dentTrunkGunClosetBrass Conveyances for St. :Augustine, in readiness lished |i
\ about to discharge. you ar declined accompanying me,"said he, and ; so are w men oroj<3 confound port pad-Knob and Mortice Locks, at I'icjolata. inental efforts in Agriculture and Hortal esrm

1 intend to your morning in the library, the'most learned, whag .&iv attempt 'to Knob Late ice, Powder Flasks, Pocket Steel- July 1,1835.MACON. ture, he invites free and unrestricted come J

I wk>h, if'tte fellow: should come during ascertain their nature; so Vlo womcii- yards, Bed Keys and Screws, Chest Hinges Saws, nication,from all persons occupied in

my absence, you would look at him; and, Comets equally excite the admiration of Cork Scr ws, Hand and cross Plated cut Table, STEAMBOAT: pursuits. Let ho..one.imagine that goi
KniVes Brittania
to, suit the place, the clown ar i Forks, facts or.is la ed''nperiments are too trivitlj
if you think him likely the philosopher and of of the and''tea S KMMIS, Iron Squares, Pocket Com- COMPANY., be communicated. All '
him wait. Within half an hour valley; so do women'\pomets shine with Braces Socket '- systematic knot:
make Knives ,
passeD wing edge is but the aggregate of hun.ble J
,. ,after my friend's departure, a r vowed peculiar,eplendor, but at nk vr. /par'most I Chine AT. \ -- III"-.. .. lars ; and Science .in pad
vast entered the room. She was somewhat brilliant; so do women0% %uid women OR -'CRIES & PROVISIONS.; l .... ..... -; ....' brought to perfection, ,not every through department the insa b

by a roak plainly) and indeed therefore,are closely al. ous; but mentality of a l
Cole jLoaf and Brown Suers single exrraordinary mind I
'coarsel/Ihabi\ed ; and his person, and the nature of each bein rutable,. all Champ ..A,. Maderia-Claret-Port and THE above company take this method of by the contribution particulars by tnu, ,

general ypearance"were as coarse as hisi that-.remains. fnraus..to, is, to view with 1\11\1 fo.e4,>Spicesf N. E. Rum,,Americ '' the public, that they have individuals, and generally after the lapso ,
,.3 dresav -,The man seated himself on A chair ad net almostlo"adora Holland Gin, Brandy S _
i neare to tY door,and the maid servant lion, love thf other. co, h Rice, Pilot Bread, Butter EXCEL; which,boaU 1tnrt. "-'and to can be furaitei
i \Vithd vr. I thought this an odd proceed roc v. t. TteflA' forky Codfish, Mackerel, larly between ;Parien and Macon, leavlDg'Darlen the planter, htd. staple i
jng 0 'h\S\ part, not to say an imprudent A pcrspif on 'Whom ,the TernpeninceReformatio Butter Lard 'Cb ese,, Figs, Almonds, Rai- once every will week draw with two 26 tpw inches of his experimental laborer an account'9f.\
one. f" \Ir. Cr said he, in an in. had produced no effect, entered sons, AppW, Ins, Bologna Sausages, The steamboats only each. The failures as well a his successful, efforts, in
With be
and I fancied with some.thlngofp in &c\ &c. '' I water two good engines' acceptable. If the last are worthy of bei S
lairing tone; as aii;: ate of exhileration, a temper Onions, ] have been at to place recorded that
i company great expense they be imitated the 7
"No" \ ALSO- may f
aecent. replied1"I grace '. Mr.\
; foreigu ance < exclaimed he, Paints this line of steamboats in the Ocmulgee and should be'noted in'order to be shunned.
be will beat and 51/dicuies/ Crockeryand I >
am tot Mr. Cbut "do you kc p-anything-good to take Gass Wane Powder and Shot Shoes Altamaha and riverswould respectfully solicit The subscriber hopes that this appeal toll L
? be / ; i
home an hour. "I know you not here ?" es" replied the merchant the of the This'line will fellow r
V Jn I ,- Boots and variety of articles to ,numerous -_ patronage public. citizens of the South, will not be J
Mr.'C--,"wid be.c :You are herd by "we have i >me excellent cold 'water-the a n. I be a great facility for merchants who wish to .' vain. It would be a reproach to our Plant
appointment ,"continued. "r le. "Have ,best thing i the world to take." \Vell, men HARDY 11. PHILIPS. ship their goods by the way of Savannah prDarien1 to meet the fate of the Southern Review

VouiorWrauch.?" "0 Y le,mocb." You, I know it," plied the Bacchante, "there's Hides;Deer to.Hawkinsville and Macon or in the,last it may be justly said, that it was i IU
hard work?" "Yaseveryhard N. B.-Cxwbaid# for Cotton/ shipping Cotton to Savannah. Arrange. fered to fall when it
are used to no one g4hat's dono'so much for Moss Deer was not only rearing Ci
,work." "Very well ; wait," said I, navigation U that. Skins, Tallow. }furs, Beeswax, H. 11. P. ments have been made to forward cotton or us a well merited fame as I a literary peop!

vet.not at all liking M the fellow'a" appear- ': i Horns Jacksonville, &c. .ti, an. 15, 183.3. 3tf.THE goods without detention' between Savannahand but it Was also vindicating the Southern b'' 1

ante and thinking hint ill qualified *> grace A tcache endeavoring to,make a pupilunderstand Darien. its from the unjust aspersions which har
". he I wait. No exertion or'expense will be spared to been so liberally bestowed us out of
the avert. Y ue, replied the nature of a passive verb GOODS. o
the atest to cotton section of
p give 'despatch. goods or The-
gr Southern
country. ,
did fora considerable time said is Ag
he "a ive verb of
And wait expressive the
Subscri er has for sale the following shipped by this line. culturalist" in some measure ,supplies u
during all which Ijcontinued reading, oc- naturebeaten I reiving an, action, as Peter is cles of erchandise. for the above boats plade! of the Southern Review, so faros
Agents t
i tasionally looking at him with 'Bometbhig ? nov 'what did Peter do ?" The Superior qui ty Blankets from $4 CO to gards the circumstances last alluded to. ]
like astonishment at his assurance in presuming moment C Fff. I L.. BALDWIN & CO. Savannah.
boy pausint a replied, Well I $ pr parr.! serves as a Register not only of methods i
to sit down. At length Mr.C- -> I don't knof without hollered." A good qua! Negro'cloth 371.2 C, pr yd. ,J. GODDARD & Co. Macon. Husbandry, but also of facts relating to ou

(l came Into the room,.and,',pn;perceiving Irish Linen f >m 50 c to $1.00.. MITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien: system Slavery. The subjects of the deci
tho fellow," he, to my utter:'confusion, A Bosi ;"Landlord,".'' said Jonathan Best plaid I& nespuns 7 yds. for $1.00, J. E. &, B. :DKLENO: Charleston.' pline, the treatment, the.characters of 01

seized. him by, both hands, and, shaking etep] ing up to the bar in public 3-4 Homespu s unbleached IQc per yard, Dec. 1834. 1, Slaves, .are fairly suited to its 'pages, an

them cord iaUy,exclaill\ed, "Mydear Gen. house, "je t: j give us a cent's.worth of New; Superior fane stripes 18 3-4c. constitute topics interesting and imports
end,' I am happy to see you ; the visit is England, i ic" put it into two' tumblers Silk h'dkfs ft m 50c (o $150, LAND, AT ST. PABLO as any which can engage either our own attention

f kind ',Indeed It vita ,tM renowned que- Here, Jirnlakt> hold;; 'away with the expense 44 un each i Shirting 13c per yard by FOR SALE, or the attention of those abroad,it

vitta 'GEWEBAL' Mm\ This was ono of I sa|, when.a fellow, on a bust. the piece'or G'vds for one dollar by retail, THE Subscriber offers for sale for cash, or feel a legitimate interest.in our concerns. .
which Shirtin ; bleat led from 13o to 25c pr yd, The subscriber begs leave, in conclusion!
those awkward cases 'any attempt'at Negroes, or good acceptances
"explanation would have 'rendered worse; A NUT LD LADTA story is told oran Fancy Iress nd furniture calicoes from the following tract of fine Live Oak hammock to remark, that if he had not, undertaken I tl
13c to 25 rd the piece continue the
< by
of this
per y publication Periodical if
'ana General ignorant of the na old i id the Ancient Dominion who land'on' St. Pablo Creek, bounded as
the was
as lady Sattin U froA 871.2c to $125 superfine, most probably, would have been either n
rilie' mistake which his that she rubbed her floor follows, viz t-on the West by Pablo Creek-,
turn very homely was so ver cl 50
.. that Super e Ji, $4 per yard the North moved from our city, or been suspended
\ :-\ appearance had led him into, I apprehended with sand', intil she fell 1 through, into the White 'and red flannels from '371-2c to on the East and by South Winslow, Foster's of Cornelius land, on Whether it will be in his power to continue it
that far he was affected by it, he cellar and broke her leg which caused G2 l-2c r by" lands will
so as ; p i ya *> Taylor, containing two hundred ,and depend not only on the Pecuniary to
.. m rely,set me' down in his 'own mind as her death. .Bed taking from 183-4c to 25c per yard, three acres. For particulars apply to thirty-, the Literary Contributions of Southern Plan
courteous; ;His answers to Musqiuto $125 pr ps. ters. He leaves this
not being over tingagSOquality I.D.IART'or'JAMES'DEIL. confidently now mattt
CARVINO[ Shall 1 cut this loin of mutton
r my questions! as to whetherhe, had sewed in their hands, feeling a full assurance \ha\
I eaddle 'se? said a Gentleman. "No" A belt ribbands=:
much, W whether he teas used to hard work, goo ass tmentof fancy Jacksonville Jan. 22. 4tf there is wanting on the part of our Plants
1 : .. ,II1ated to said one of,uis, guests, "cut it bridlewise, Blurt bun& ilk-sewing silk-ball and neither the liberality nor mental energies of
wAtdtingaeetionably"tsise-brad the ; for then I may chance t complete equivloque. mouth." ladies white hose-horn and wood combs. NOTICE., A. E.; MILLER, Publisher.
.' :; [London; Court Journal. ,. i silk andK>tton umbrellas-and a good assornuienl'if 'iA' LLIpersons indebted 'to' the subscriber, Charleston, S. C. Dec. 1,1834. '.
0 Support good morals-be honest. : either by Note or Book account, are requested Persons desirous of can
subscribing ippli:
'A'OAicitriL Jb.tuTT.-lIer eye and -U- ___ ___T-_ p rrn.t ANn .J.fF.nTmNR.'t to settle the same without. dela: and to W. 1'. WILLIAMS A
.' ,< yelnabes'l1"ere intensely black : though I SUNDAY MORNING N}:'VS. IJtThelb:: ; v- articles i are of the bestquali t no credit will be my store after i the office. ,. or UuJ 8

'suspect the latter were stained o f a dye Sunday Morning ttaet has now been ty, an ''Vij|, be sold for,a'small advance., 'for 10th Mirch. HARDY H. PHILIPS.Jacksonville .

deeper than the natural one. Her com- THE the public for upwards of three cash or p, uce. March 3. lOtfI THE BOSTON PEARL AND LITER

plexion was beautifully fair,with the slight- months, and if any criterion con be drawn JOHN W, .RICHARD. GAZETTE.-Volume Fourth|
ass tint of carnation suffused over the from the number of ita patrons and subscribers Jackson ille, Jan. 22.. 4tf I ORANGE STICKS.CAS .. Published every week, by _

4 cheek Her lips! sweet lips I that make it has met with a'nattering acceptance, will be paid for One Hundred Or- ISAAC C. PRAY, Jun.

s us sigh even to have seen such.; Her glossy and the principles it has been guided by Iyt CABINET FURNITURE WARE- e Sticks, of various sizes, on delivery The'work will be published'weekly,(

hair, which was bound with ft kaiem- its management, have, been, approved and .1 IIOUSE. at thin office, immediately. March 5. number containing eight large quarto p-8-? '|
*kler or painted handkerchief representing sanctioned. As A consequence or its increased JAMES' COOKE, No. 100, -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of misce!

n' whole parterre.of flowers, fell in, loose circulation, 'advertising' friends have ,offers for sale Broadway GREAT NATIONAL. WORK. laneous and original matter; printed on sup

f curls upon her,,shoulders, and down her come foward in large numbers; and,asit may quality of iofas-Sideboards-Secretaries- AMERICAN' MAGAZINE- nor white paper, with perfectly new type. ?
back she wore short black velvet jacket, now be Considered fairly afloat,and rising on Book Ca a Tables of. all descriptions- handsome title page and correct index vibe >
I with lace \rOUlera' the tide of public favor, it afford, an admirable Chairs of 'quality-High post and Ofusefti and Entertaining Knowledge,;lobs il- furnished, and the work at the end of A''
; embroidered ,gold ; \ of" vehicle for 'the dissemination of such intelligence French Be teals every of Mahogany and Maple- lui rated by numerous Engravings. year, will form an excellently printed voluir
blue silk and an under-jacket pink
sky asthose engaged in business wishto Hair and rtoss Mattrasse -Feather Beds- BY 'T 'BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. of four I hundred and sixteen pages,'equal
i crape, and ono of those beautiful trans'pa.'rent cod muni .te to' their correspondents and and three thousand duodecimo.pages. .
Looking a full assortment success which has attended the
shirts which ravish the beholder and TIIE pub.
.customer f to furnisha The volume will con tain 4wenty-sixpi 'j
41 half reveal' the ebahua they fain:would f'asseSCarpe everything necessary tion of the best Magazines from the of ) done
i f/The number (papers supplied' casual house. English led to for the Piano Forte, &c. equal
( hido." A magnificent; Persian shawl encircled niquirers, inf iddiUon to the regular subscribenVon April |; 3w15 re.s8/h./ preparations for issuing hundred of common Bheet'music, whir

her,waists which had,nature's own .Suadays, is very great, and iscontandf ; the a wlnts periodical and taste more of particularly the American adaptedto could not be purchased separately' for 1 Ie .

form, never,ihaviDg been compressed by increasing j which' ,ts another proof of 'SUGf:R MILL FOR SALE. lic.. mile it will be the object of the pub than five dollars; and the publisher is i determined ]
of Jlerfeet popuj the cruel bondage stays. vere GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in the prietprs to make the work strictly what its nrocure simple --- -
-,in Uppers; and two or three ugly rings da- e character of its general and miscellaneKus -. A. sale if a'New, Sugar Mill.from West title indicates, it will, nevertheless, containall complex and difficult.

formed her white and slender fingers,'the..ntilabt 1 conten Point Fouidrydiameter? ,; of.Centre, Roller, articles of interest 'to its patrons, which Although the publisher places no depj
Under,th It favorably circumstances the and half inches and two dance whatever, in the of it,M *"!
,: which were dyed with .-* two feet tiro a outer appear in foreign Magazines.' .support
' Around herneekehe wore a double row ,Sunday MorningJVnc and* will proceed will) redoubled ones onejfoot ten and one-fourth ,,i inches Extensive preparations have been entered rary paper, from its engravings,yet there YI

>"of pearls fron..which hung an'amulet.- confidence the' energy, in laboring with Iron'cogs points, '&c, as;Also .a set ofKettlu'iJrilhe into,both With Artists and Authors, to fur- be presented occasionally, plates from COJI.
tq gratify cprioaty taste of the public noted Foundry Scotland and wood of beautiful workmanship and'
f I flea skin was white and ,beautiful items niahj from all parts of the Union, drawingsand
very ; all
in of intelligencewhich ish. beautiful1eng'
: Already
of the Carra'nJ'oundry
th4vusoua' known
by name war illustrations of
( the bath hay. every subject of interest
the of dry of ,
vapor a
weekly journal.- ranted and proof as malleable Iron. The Capacity which the publishers av il portrait of James Fenimore Coop'
. A big reduced it to fineness, which I can The man of\ usiness will be sure to find of fbe grand Kettle is three hundred< enable thereto issue a confidently work honorable believe will executed,on steel, and a chaste vignette tit)
to its
,; only compare to highly polished marble; therein the most recent and correct information gallons and proportioned, or graduated to title and acceptable tothe.American I page, engraved on copper.

.. ,.and it looked as glossy,and as cold, She, upon the .t&tl\of the foreign and domestic sixty gallons, being four to the, set; all ofwhits The American Magazine is People. I Its contents will be various and spirited; ,.
: was;pleased with' the drawing I made of markets, the current of business, the arrival with Coolers"! Vats, and Cistern, to monthly-each number containing published between there will be a general record of Occnrrw

',her i and,on rising to go away,she put on of vessels, a1.1! ever/thine connected contain thirty Syrup, will .be f rty'and.tify imperial octavo yeat Two I ces, Statistics, Obituary.notices, &c. *= "
' buJeU&.Jcboott over jhe beautiful white with mercantile' affairs; the politician willUMCX disposedof, .: applied for shortly, for/at: least DOLLARS pet annum, payable in page ad/ance. i addition tol the Tales,Legends,Esg&y vTrt'
which it a'eih to con"". .wi .a.r.ithtll.abstract of the movements twenty-five below cost. elling, Literaryv Fugitive and UistorK e*
i ,foot tod ankle, was with l : percent it 'comprises-Portraits and Biographical .
,>coal.then, donning her gashmak and cloak, of parties, legislative proceedings l: Vi luie ;cllrE'tteoE..*11, **oX-otfo.9idus btc11ee of sungulshed7uu" j" rw"Yte bkhe pbr"P.etr.1, &0. mak\l1C.
1 'she bade us adieu,. with a*grace and ele- here, together details of the political Plantations McIntosh County, Georgia, (as of Public' Bt ildings Monuments, and improvements elegant paper! lor thi"pm01', lJ1t iur'*"" 'b
the continent vul
operations on of Europe and of literature .. contributionssecured
Manager) will be attended to. : polite .
", ( which ladies could ; andscape -the.bound
E ganc few English very other quarterof the globe t the lover of March 18.: 4w11 less' nd scenery front some of the host popular Am
equal; No wonder the Turk, sigh fur varied and diversified reading will find the I, ------ --' variety beauty' of which, in" this rican authors. ,
.pAradise,when they believe heaven to be means of gratifying his appetite as copiously TREA URER'S NOTICE. i country will'and orm an unceasing source -nf' instruction :The work will be printed as well,and eon

's peopled' with hburis such as these [ Egad! supplied, M possible; while the adD1lfers'of descriptions r gratification the character; Engravings and ,I tam as much reading' matter, as any tmljil

r \ itt uires the exertion of all one's philosophy literature will be sure,to discover something TR ASURER'S OFFICE, Birds, Beasts c Fishes and Insects, habits, &c. of. quarto paper now published in the UIUStates -n

and self-denial to resist the temptation to suit their: tastes,to the choicest'; Extracts Tallaha see, March 8th, 1835. J with every bject connected, with, the together Geography ;and it'\can safelyjand truly.be *
Tttrk'too. from native and foreign periodicals, and in :it the cheapest journal of tha.kind.:
gf turning an act passed 21st November, ) His >ry, Natural and Artificial resources th
? 4 d" ,> (Visit to Constantinople.i'i the contributions of popuhij! and approved BY is provided that all Bonds executed by of th country,illustrated in a familiarand TFR---" -,- dollars per annum.M sdvane.
writers. The.tone Preserved,Ufrouhout.will be pavd PI
Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the Judgeof p6pular paper i4; firmly ata.blished7t,
Banner.No b
1. **':' b. that of scrupulous morality so that the the County,Court to the Treasurer of the Boston Bevick Two-dollars. for au. mon hs, to
: :KsUSCIIOO1..usTza' DDUIS.If' .- moat fastidious shall hatef?nothing to object ftorida and that all Auctioneer .' Co. Company.' paid in'advance.: -
of 47 Street.
"H1. ( ) "bake a grain of,straw this nd. Territory ; 1
ky, (WJ8) to on icore the wish! tithe proprietor shall each commencing on Batgn,1834.* _
tbe wall the little girls to sit it has been and quarterly year O Editor of Newspapers throu
along on, u will continue to be his the lit of transmit to the Treasurer '
11 : \ throw your tU'Cllthe, comer/and/ briof'' luCy u well u hk'desire,"thill be to unite, under oath January, taken before some Judge, a copy United State*,who will publish the foregoing JOHN A*'SILLOWAYfUtend ( 'C
'oi .l\m11to01 ,here close t& the In its columns io:well arranged and digested of all sale effected by him, with the amount Prospectus.'-14 notice the contents of the Real w4 Jfoti| nifu ,Broker, JI.

a socf turf every mornio! ,Sit down, sit tim, amusing in art l Instructive in the sVences the sam WM made. Now, all Auctioneers the first vgldme.Any WILL attend to the wiling and I WJ!th

down, lAY, on the floor along wit\ the and necessary for a.correct appreciafionohauior are required tq take notice of said law, and person r\mitting.ihe\ Agent by Tnail, Real Estate, in every P"* .

rest and get your lesson. anti down let me events. conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds most post paid, lV Dcjlars, shell recede six United States People desiron.of e .
: -yoii near the fire all this blessed day. The popularity nosi enjoyed by this journal, be instituted. Judges of the County Courts copies for one year-r-and continued u long hag from oIIey partlbfthe Uaion to an ut
f tee will|be the best g forwarded.
\ f Sillanc : are requested without delay to forward money nrgululy can always receive ors
Now, fcjp, wbe.t""OQaft4r't') Jam Doherty 8 to the means br wfhich it wu acquired} droperlj certified and approved, the Bonds 01 A liberal price will be paid fox. appropriateand it his office. He willfor I receive lit
and the patronage hitherto extended towards well written Mefchandue, !
Auctioneers in their possession, articles, or drawings illustrative various kind pf atioJ
whiK the door ,off tie binges; and it, the, moat Battering encouragement to ap.raeveraaceJn CHARLES AUSTIN, of national subjects jposseaungin) at any part of,theVDlQ' Comm ..cJaddrtIHd
clap it on Una row of sods,liere now, borrow the sun course. !, terest Subscriptions received tie
: Treasurer of the Territory of Florida at this office. to hiJp Will promppttiiyl' .
; at;bit of ollk from r\f.Kern&nam, ,till I New York August, .....It.. Dec.251 1831..- "'.. ; ;; '-1 .to., ,. ,' .. ff3

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