Jacksonville courier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028424/00053
 Material Information
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: December 31, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025285
oclc - 09263722
notis - AKL2850
lccn - sn 82016251
System ID: UF00028424:00053
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Succeeded by: Jacksonville courier and Southern index

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JACJCSONV i.a COURIER,:,;t''; \ HX> hOE: iz' RTUNE. did dweTngtowarda*/TOf whic J A J the v ......,
wife this
+ all connected with
seemed establiabnient-my
f nsiisuatn oi C%* 'E'X: ar ]:, : o\.tt..U1UUtJIICU; : OF FACTS. to"dirdct! her ste'pi as,'tell as lUll own, ),. establishment not hearts i iou intil: he had extracted 'a promise from the
possess) and the' hew call bftnas
"w* v : captain to U
Li C ,R't ER ., I'Some' sixty-five or\s renty years agon and into the' front door3 of which. th fsuon otiudamant? God speed thee, Juan, and possible( upon| him,before Cwiling-left the .
r vesSel from Boston+t4{ ved at one of the entered. The room if14owlich'Taeerrwasushered itissociates iu work .
thy thy of love and
parr vessel entered his Dud driven ,
per ,
layable half, carriage; was *
TERMS-$ yearly ; Jiis
in London. A ijohg! the hands on by *wife, +&furnished in a 1 ,his '.
'advance.Sin2l! P'f. rs 12 cents.Advertitp board, ame of Tudor style of thu greatest ilia ttence.<< ..-She chit to own door. ,,.
i wu'olle'by.th a sat is unnecessary to detail all tin minu- ''l\Jlor'Rnd( bid wife lived Ufa ,]
flea l Insert. r id, and, contracts steady, respectable) yell looking young him in a chair, teinigihiinto-make| him.silt' thrctof the scheme for Eliza's,cscipe, and, Upoh t the most nmicnblo 'Krmii through and *
ode for,yearly Advertising: on reasonable man;' who acted iu s :tb"$ capacity' of both conte'ntedf9 '/p' minuyj or two, and tho several ,interviews, behl'betw eif her b/esjed/ with, cud ,obedient were ,:
isemeiil will prosperity an
erms; ,No adrer be'ln.ertednlesl ahd sailor.. Vering then pawed into'irjother' rowY.: : ,
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form idvanck. cooper cirly one morn nu Juan, for'thn..j dasslio suipiic) : 'Elizawi ,tgnd)respected) circle of children. Some *
paid and before ahyhl\ t than Tudor hading Th!,:vfifsf'ofiaChterii toStJlress her, was th her meals. I> hat on after his' '
Fare r
All 'eommunicaJtioas'?Hr mail may be ad- come' upon ''deck, a Y\\) beautiful and her Hflhcle, WIG, on'BClemg'ber enter 'tho thu evening- of .the Ii l >urtlmddy'n( er, the his wife, ho returned marriage to ,hi accompanied; Mauve place by, .
ressedtoIi.Couhtica,> bUsher of the Couief ,
tolerahle'wef'dtessed mate '' rootnTjumped in ; :
ab ova
interview Elizd
; : came trip astonUmient.frpnnhidchair : va*firnish with
d 'Where'
he bUlttO
;'nonage tin,.il. wel. to, ,'be' !. paidAaaxrs :',-s ., ping do\t> i\ 'the.street" lb ho (Vessel' 8nc\\u\ 1,now ,alid calling ber by naAio,'UetijaiUled\ an Instrument oCa uI1t.! windMvutaNreserpromtnal ; !,wharves Uoston :'tlmt, bee \te.W i ; t;<}plutdaj;or three: .. ..... ._ ""...".
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.. .. 1 '" 'It.;. 1 quired Tudt ti : atpitaill" ., .Shawts'al : escaped uer"i M1t''and a' rptJlad'SjrTTiVjftlro1nRevening Trieafterwards returmd to London '
,{:1.; -,"...'.- : ,.Fl.r( RIDA. ittl: Mr1 o'tt'yet' rose, but she insisted where she had been. Iiet\only answer to eflect her escaie 'from one ofUi where'they died as thj-y1! rind lived since, 1 ..
on seeing him widiout'delay.nlle. } with Tu- was. e. windows in the roonandjoiuing; but tbeif Union honored! by ''all *ho enjoyed '
Jfeienannille-Joseph R. Sanchez. dor's permission proceeded to his berth 'Thou fiend in bunan shape, I allow ,hi,iving loosed the bars:pfho window! } ,the their, acquaintance; 'f '
Spring Grove-J. Garrison,Esq. P. M. and arousing him, addressed him with- you just one hour to removh.< your effects su me evening..the t iustrunmt. ,for the purpose ,
Mandarin E..'A.. Cohen, Esq. P. M. 'Good morning,'Captain t'' I have called from this !house. The actual ;itossession of i was [put into her* lmndslio determined EARLY HOME. d;
GfORGI.I1. to see if you will 'marry me.' : my property here you deprived me not to wait) till:the fobwing evening 'There few minds callous J
are e
St. Mary's-A.Doolittle, Esq. P. M. Marry you !l' replied the astonished cap I ot, and vainly thought, Juu, hud made arrangements for' the,, promised ladder;, ot knowing but Visit the,scenes of their c ildhofxl as without tore*

Savannas--S. Philbrick, Esq... tain, believing I her to be of a suspicious by which }'u could have deprived ta'e'pl! i of tho eervunts mi it be discovered experiencing some emoti And,
Macon-Edmund! : Russell. character' 'I leave 'my vessel instantly if you me ot 'it througl life'; but 1 have *) by her"uncle, i'r by cute of his:chil- er these,are in the crowd id> city, ;Kmidrt wheth-all : .
know: what is for your interest? frustrated your wicked d-signs.-I am now the q ; and she acc adin: lj went to, .workniukiug the coarse and ordinary bjecw of .
THE_ LAST NIGHT OF THE YEAR.; She ,next went to the mute's berth, and mistress of my ,own hone, for I was this a rone' (if such it(nay; be called) life or in the lonrly' vail with its vulgar
asked him if he, would her moment married, and husband is from tier bed clothes y, green "
BV ISAAC, MCLELLANJUNH marry and receiving mt, > now by {ariug them in hills and its gliding stress is,'thesntne! fel
iu the front )
an answer similar to the CuptainV, room. strips! and. lying the ends gether. After
fow the good old Year is dead and goneo I ings swell the heart, ns tl thoughts of the .. '
she nt deck where Tudor must now 'leave tht' newly married hours
w a her
upon was engaged sew laborahecurrtaleted '
rope rush
of the Past forever borne past over it t' for tht f speuk to us of .
the ,
grave in some business and put",,the same couple for u short time, or the pu'rpuse' 'hut L fearing it might! ,);not .Ii, strong enough the cerelcss of hildhood\ !,
\ days of the 'a
i heard last high! his awful knell''' reverting to the our } .
of Mrs.
: question to him., previout history t0suIppot[ her, it ,was sometime, before she dreams of our ''youtl ,'of the transienttbefiidcdjoygof "'. -vl
noted gloomily by the midnight bell ; ,. 4 With 'all 'my'heart, answered Tudor, in .. Tudor. She was the our child ofa very dared to attempt a ,descctf., But profcrr- I pleasures gay of our prime "ol : J

And I saw his hearse creep darkly by; a,half rious and ball jocular:manner' wealthy gentleman, whan shall desig- i indeath| to a I longer, cum nelllellt, and !'our old age. They sp'enk t6 \Us of iwrents ;1
And the blackened pall on his coffin lie ; Then,' said she, come along with me.' nate ns Mr. A. notrecoll,
hen deepened 'the midnight's shadowy Tudqileft his work and ,followed her, flume, and, fur the same, mson, 1 shall 1 giveto to make the atteirij;, resigning; her-1 far dfctant land, of companions altered or .1'.1'a
with motives which afterwards declared his daughter the imni> of Eliza. lie self into the hands of Ilin who is the or- alienated of friends become is '

gloom he never could satisfactorily account for had spared neither time ri.r. expense in the phan's) friend., ,She did mke the attempt, of love changed\ into indifference.strangers. u
And thus the good Year passed to his tomb even to''\himself. By' the time they had education of his daughter,' she being the and she was luccessful.. Its, she win liberated peak to,! us also, it may be, of time They mis- '
reached 'i[the principal I streets of the city, only object of his care ant)regard'bia wife from a prison in her own house |pent, oftlll..ntl nuisap '
warnings neglected
Now ere! we,welcome the new-born year, many of(he'shops bad been opened.| ',The having died when she was! quite ,young ; where, fur'filthy, lucre's sake,' she huJbeen of blessings despised, of i de. i
the Past tribute entered barber's followed Tudor and before his death, which took place confined, her peace
Let us give to one tear; lady a by by ownuncle and once IJ rted. .
Let as look once more on his pallid face- beckoned him to be seuted, and ordered when she was 14 or 15 tears of age, he more (breathed the pure ar of fl"eeilona.- ,They may speak to us, perlxips, of God's .

One parting look, for a moment's space, the knight of the razor to take off his beard bad the satisfaction witnessing her brie This was about day-light She immediately holy law Alighted, of his preceptseoatenin .
and hairy both -of operations J lie of the'most accbmpliehtd and beautiful l bent her towards the wharf
\\.Ii.eh'! un- steps ed, of himself forsaken '' of hmrtti'alas !1-
Ere the sod of the valley l hide I' ,1
crumbling, uuestionablv greatly stood in need of.: She young, ladies in London. where the Boston,ve88ellul; and from that not ,,UMfied'anll renewed (b that-grace I
The aged year which.: i last,night died; looted I the bill, a'Dei they left the shop I), but A short time i i previous, 'to his death, an period in her life till' she tshcrcd her husband which they, never Bought for; (but like the ;

For soon,'very soon,do men forget soon entered a hat store. She requestedthat arrangement was entered into between Air.A. into her'own house tho reader has wasted volcanoe' parched ami''' blasted !In _
Their friends.upon whom Death's seal is set. the best', of beavers in the store might and a brother of his, bj which' his 6ro-. already hod an' acdount oft; i their own unholy fires. Fairer, scenes all '.'

be placed upon the counter, and then told liter was tuhave posseosiotj.of\. his dwelling The surprised and ,horor-strlcken undo mny have viewed than those on which their
Cans't.thou number the, blessings, the past' Tudor ,to select such a one as suited him house, his servants, horse, carriage*, and stood in mute nstonUiment for some eyes first opened ; but in them we behold
year shed, He soon did this;' the price was paid by such other property as had not been Ilepos/ moments after being infoimed by Eliza of only tho inanimate objects nfnature,w'hirh. "
Tudor threw aside bis old ited in banks for thu bench of,his,daughter her She demand "
the the
tarpaulin marriage.
With a liberal" hand, ,upon thine head I lady ; again repeated however they may charm the senses, or fill
and left the in c'orll to the time of her mariuge: yhen the Leave hour thou
: store ra'nr'with my hoqstfJt: an the imagination- want that deep and .
Oh !, number rather th stars that burn iris companion, in 'a beaver< ,that would not 'possession of them was to bo given up to monster!l' and' then retunicd 'to her husband powerful interest,",whlet.! t .sc."erttwined ,.... '"" ,
With blaze of light,bj the'moon's red urn her husband. It a condition of the '
: have ditigrucedjiis l\IpkstY.tM.KingJlim. waa where the promised explanation" wo, with our existence and which gives a local .
O.d.-y.llow.ande'ofthe-eperhting! 1Ie1t; self. They neat: visited a shoe gore, where agreement that in thecaseEtzadied without : made. habitation :and a name so' powerful ,a '

Or the twinkling leaves of the wild wood.tree.j Tudor was not', long in, selecting a pair of marrying! the property was to go. to The amazement of Tudor,and the trani- mastery over us.
Thou cans't not number the b boots, nor the lady in paying for them. her uncle and his fatnilr."' sport of his wife at the sudden change' in ,I
that and Tudor by this ;tire vas puzzled to, divine Immediately after the death of Mr. A. Their fortunes and conditions, lia'BY'pOtl iibly MAXIMS. '
By prodigal now
years past gone. the object the lady bad in view and it I his brsther..removed ,into ibis, dwelling; be conceived but they certainly cannot be The following maxims or rules of action
must be acknowledged be was'apprehensive Eliza boarded in ,his family; and, every expressed. Being incompetent the task, :
And let us bid! to the comingyear.i ( might, if strictly observed, go far to' increase
all was not right. But filly aware thing went on very > agncibly for some I will not attempt to describe the scenes the leant '
at diminish
A hearty, and, happy welcome, here. that be had committed no crimp; to make months, when Eliza discovered' her un- that successively followed, the embraces the inquietudes happiness and, or miseries,of to life

We,know, .not,whether its latest day, him (dread the face of any mortal: and cle and his family, the manifestations that the happy couple, and the kisses exchanged 1. Live constantly in the unshaken belief .

Will find sorrowing: or find us gay, wishing to see the end of the free which i Rhe should never marry-Hie reason for -the joy of the servants at seeing their of the overruling, Providenro of an hi. '

,We know not 'whether in weal, or 'woe, he considered then fairly commenced, he :. which, from ,what has talr .dy been said young mistress once more set at liberty-: finitely wise and good, os well as Almighty ,
ions determined to Ibrwurd prepared must be obvious to every realer. Unluckily tho'chngrin, mortification and decampmentof '
In Health'or sickness, we do not know. press, ; being ; and prize his favor above all
fo'r'th Borst, trusting every tlingto his for Eliza, she did not, dirfover the diabolical inhuman uncle, and his family-the things. ,;
Perchance, we may stilton our j journey plod; in season 'to frustrate it in 't t'
plot its
guide and companion. .He solicited fiom congratulations of old friends and acquaintances Observe inviolably truth in' '_ '
;Perchance' we may,lie,,'neath the churchyard' the, lady ail! explanation. i of her design, (but bud. It was, nothing less then this : to shut -the parties that were given word, and Integrity in your, actions. 'your .j H j'j

end ; she told, him to be silent. and ant 'no questions her up in one of the centre rooms in the by! Mrs. Tudor,'as well as those attended 3. Accustom yourselfto ter JIJeranc ,and < 't-i

To this earth we,may then"no more belong, :. and immediately led the way' into .n third story of' the house ;,to prevent her by her and ber husband-their many' rides be master of your [J lllion.. ,'

Our names forgot, like a passing song.' clothing store, with Tudor. at ierside. leaving it by'keeping the}dours and win into the country, &c. &c. : 4. Be not, too much out of humor with
.,, ," Hero 'l'udor'a8 told to select tli'e" best suit dows thoroughly bolted and refuse her associates One, pleasant morning, some four or five the world ; .but*remember, 'tis a world of'

''PARODT.: ofMothes in 'the store that fitecJl.im, withcorre@JIOndin.r by telling them, when they called, days alter the marriage, the attention of God's, creating,, and, however:: sadly-it, Is
"AlI\-" ALICE GREY." : articles of tlothiic ; and "the that she was either,to schctJl'or was at the offictrs and hands belonging to the marred{ by wickednets and folly, yet you
all painted them sailor in his doublet, tar-bedaubed panta; some of the shops on business, or bad taken Boston vessel, was directed to a splendid have found In it more comforts than calamities
They're 'my fancy' loons' and checked ''shirt; ,,'os'in a few a ride in the country for tier health, andto carriage, drawn by two cream colored horses more'civilities than affronts, more

They're lovely! they're: divine, minutes metamorphosed Into 1s'rae a gee- see some"of her relations by telling richly caparisoned, which was approaching instances ofkli.dntu.tow. rd you .than of
But,they're destined for, anothe ',.mouth Ilemnn'80had walked '''the'stretaofthat them something else ,equally./ destitute ot the' wharfs} and Iu a few moinents cruelty, 1

They; nevercan! be_mine. great metropolis for many a da/ The bill truth. ,halted- immediately front of the 5. ,Try to spend your time usefully both.1
I"love them as matt! never. loved-4 \ ut this place, as' well as at 'the other, was Eliza generally received bit meals thro'a vessel. The driver dismounted ,the box to yourself am'L..tben.) V;
paid by the lady. small door'in the ceiling frets the handsof and let down the steps ot the carriage f;,a
', Yet, dare not touch orjake !.. u. Never make an enemy, or lose a
i Tiidor's amazement was 'now complete.Fie her' unfeeling aunt, to wldin her'cries gentleman/ gorgeoubly dressed, stepped| out,, friend, unnecessarily. .
Oh, my.heart, my,heart. is br ak, ', neither knew what to 'say or: think. I for liberation from her lonel// end dismal and assisted a lady with corresponding habiliments : 7. Cultivate such an habitual ;cheerful.' ;4'r

For.the: love of Buck.wheat\; Cake! Who the lady was, what 'her': ; intentions prison house, were no more iffcctual than to alight ; they then stepped onboard ness .of'mind and evenness.l of temper. ss

The,dark-brown Cake IslaidtuponA'plate'of were, he could not even luriu 6e.' He they would, have been had iiey been directed the vessel,'when the gentleman asked not to be ruffled (by trivial inconveniencesand 1 1I

J again asked for an explanation, and inidl to (he idle wind. the captain "what (port he was from,how, crnM .. i .
spotless white }i F ; ed upon one ; but the only answer be received Three yeara vas the,unfortmate glrl.hut many'day' he was I'l'rtirmlng' the passage, I. 8. Be ready to heal breaches in ,friendship .',
And the eye of him'who'tastes ici' was- out from all communication ,with the,world, when he intended to return,the amount of and to make up diffcrenrert, and sbuq
Now flashes with deligh't. 'Follow'me, and be 'not, alarmed-all when one, morning hn'aGrC1t! breakfastwas fare for (ItaUeng rs, and other questions of litigation yourself as much as ,possible|
The Cake was buttered not for me, : will be' explained hereafter to your ehtire carried to her by an ill female iaertagt i a like' nature, and receiving appropriate for he 'is an ill calculator nb <.does not i
Of it I can't partake satif ction.; of her father, Eliza, once more discovering answers to the same, ..ketlleavu to examine perceive that one amicable,'sehlvment I is .
; ,Qne ,thing Tudor was ohliged'to' 'acknowledge the face of her eld I friend and servant the cabin. and the''other accommodations Letter than two law .ult.r" .
Obmy heart, my heart is breaking, -the lady, thin' far, had done .Juan, burst into 'teaju, and attempted of the vessel, (all the while avoiding, D. Be it rather your ambition to acquit

.For the love of Back' wheat' Cake! by him as'well as he coulJ have wished | several, times to speak, bit was unable to, ss far as (possible, the acrutiny the cap- yourself<< well In'your proper, station, than '
I therefore resolved to ask Juan well understood the'meaning of theae wing) whit'h were cou1eoullly..ho n
I've revelled at the Cooks' be no more question very to rise above It, g ,
But l have ate pastry.last ", !', and to comply with all her requests incoherent sobbings, and said; .l henwlf almost hires lie then observed, that" he-' and hUUdy 10. Despise, not small honest rains" nor
my ; and demands. Presently she conductedhim unable to peak from emotion, w"\Jah had some thoughts of soon starting risk what you have on the delusive pros- .
If I can't get cake,. J will have none, into a magistrate's offije, and politely! hush Eliza, ,,1\1 creN ; 'JH&k not ; I understand Cor America,and in case they concluded to l ect 'of sudden riches. Jf'ynu' are in a .

My eating day are past. '. requested the minister oldie law to unite all. Your tyrant aunt, was, taken do so, assured the captain! they: would take comfortable way, keep (In It, and abide I la j il"

And when the green sod wraps my grave, her and her companion( ii: the bands of suddenly ill last night, anljLe dbctor says passage with him, They UJ'en left the your own calling rather than to run the ,
They'll say; who pity take ,' : matrimony This was something of a ids doubtful whether,tbe;, Jong survives cabin, but before 'leaving the vessel, the chance another. -
*' Oh his heart his heart ;. damper Tudor, but nevertheless he strictly I will see you again at won and at evening gentleman turned to the captain arid id- In word, mind to use' the world. snot 4
., ,was broken. yielded, the ceremony was soon com Borne of.our old aciyants have, longbeen CapU -, [calling him by name] before abusing it," and probably you will find '
For"the love. ,of.Buck, wheat Cake, !t" menced, nnd in a few seconds the, couplewere planning meanor jour escape, and leaving your vessel,ixruiif, me to make ss much comfort in it u1 Is most fit for a "I i
are pow in hop'; of effecting it ,and) without acquainted tcilh AI" Tudor TIt
THE BELL. ,pronounced man and wife. I { you } frail being, who is merely J Joornejlsj i
In Without uttering word, or even exchanging waiting for,Eliza'* thank and blessings, was not till' this jnomeut, that the tbrough it toward an immortal J abode.YtTCirWe .
youth it jingles us on to school;, a kiss Tudor and ha wife now : ( p captain and those around him, recognizedin :
And it jingles us home dinner;' left the magistrate, but not, however until I Llizaaithouglt unable (or some time to the elegantly dressed gentleman, their see 'iu' needleworks and 1

It jLa! lti the wise man-it jingles.the fool- she bad given him a sovereign for his ser :, partake of her simple repair, did to with a old friend and companion, Tudor, the embroideries, that it Is more pleasing to-' '

It jingles the saint:--it jingles the sinner; vices. The couple passed through the I better zest than she had titer before Her Cooper/-they upjioiug; that some tad if have lively work upon a sad and solemn,
It jingles the doctor it jingles the streets in silencer Tudor hardly knowing oM l mi ant* were still nboU the house ajid not fAtal accident had Walled biro. 1 ground, than it is to have a dark and met
Itjinfle. preacher-t' what be was doing, or what he had done were bent upon( ber rescue f Moat welcome: once-more leave the reader judge of the ancholy 'wsrk upon a lightsome ground ;fjudge :
lawyer, it jingles the teacher- certainly I ignorant of where he was goingor soul-iuspjring iiilelligenrfl) congratulation that now followed,aDd the ; therefore of the' ulessures of the*

jingles as all, whate'er we're aboutH what awaited him ; awl the thoughtsthat What 1' Mid he< to benself'Is It praeiirhble i- beafibB that were drank heart.br'the pleasure of tne eye Certainly;

jingles in life, and will jingle us. out occupied his wife' mind, the render ., that I ant,to be delivered' from this The remainder of my imperfect iketchU virtue .like precious odors, moat frsfrsnt'
'Ii will soon he able( to judge for himself. file peace" of confinement? IiUpnnibletjiat soon told. Tudor distributed I be wages where they are incensed or crushed | .for
Immodest words admit but thi* defence, Tuniinjr be corner of the streetTudor J there live.011',who seeks my libera* conjjog to him among.fciui former, aMoclatea prosperity doth best discover dee, but.ad.

T'deeraatt of decency is want of sens*. ,; beheld a 1'fif rodf' ia front of him a tnlen-- tioo and bappbea. I* U ;;poasjblo /that !bodt ftem poodtje)but not.however, verity doth best discover Yia1ue-Bacea! t i

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., found [From the Savannah Georgian '
I hammock 28th
of the
\ .. : we came out ante) Lt havi
really the most irrefragable evidence, that ,' our loss as above stated. ,) bD'U AGouEelroNS<< IN FLORIDA
< CObTIvNIDiICAT N ) he has taken up his abode in the city. lie The CourierDECEMI1EU: : Lancaster is shot in the necknot dangerous ', '; J" PUBLIC METING lace"no

: J tweaksjbr ,l himselfj,who can doubt the The threemen belonging to the ,(CP\Ve:::: have been requested td, :vorInl
[For the Courier, .J J i&oiit?. ,I. >* : 'V; TI1URSDA: ', 31, Western, Regiment, were in the advance I meeting of our Citizens Hit flay]in theta'
f11_ whose negligCnce and,want.of foresight \ _M "" guard. change at 12 o'clock, M.,to take into lie Her
.IU Dec. ::47th, Jta\! ). INDI iN AFFAIRS. conk.
JACKSONVILLE, behaved wel-many) eration the of
lire we to attribute the present ( Our neighbors nil necessity! rendering aid i to Kl UmItiim.
state of butfTerritoryrTovrhosi ''Dear Sir''As'\bcre'is: an election for a LATES INTELLIGENCE.illigence. of us having smelled powder for the first Fellow-Citizens in East Florida. OQI ou1d r

astroUS shameful neglect is! it owing, that our Cit member the Legislative Council for this The latest i iSe in from Camp, will time.- IJ
have been slau htcred, their house** County near at band, and having been informed 't d-rn the J wo letters "i below.) 'That of We recaptured our papers.and nil our This meeting of our citizens is desired,is. ,
eons burnt/their fields laid waste, their'wiv sand that you are a candidate' and ns' I Col.:Mills) was (eeeired: last week, but after cooking utensils. The ammunition n and consequence received here ot last unpleasant intelli app:
evening the
to flee from their have reasons to believe that you area taken steam: .
children compelled It will be clothes were all
had ne to>>,preu_ seen Indians el Florida: Our extracts from the
homes abandoning their all, to escario advocate for taxes, and_ more eppecially.a,;,,our_- citizen the numb of killed in allis-three, exhibit .
bf I therefore ask as a that Priest'sold '
now *
from the tbmahawk and 'scal ing-knife 'County tax, our baggage I was sent to lion of Florida in a defenceless tJ
the merciless savage ? Are,we'to attribute and voter of this county, that you say of*wounded. ', t elre. A gentleman lately place to reconnoitre, and ,had a hot and some of her citizens the ''victims condition DUNhear;
i i of
the Government or to in writing; what course you mean to froth that, Robt. Chesley, one ,of who were driving Should reel.
these calamities to to me camp, say chace for,some Indians less walf !" ; we not, as American' !.
; I its agents ? -Tb.whoso neglect is it to be take in this matter should you be elected- those'reported wounded is wholly unhurt, iup' horses nnd cattle,off the prairie, but as brethren-send ;,them aid? This i ialbt jnltocared

I ascribed that t lere was not sufficient forcecollected and be pleased to etato plainly and directly that Walter FJman's 'wound 1 irf very slight, they distanced' "8., I had with me Cap question. (

, to cub and restrain the Indians you>! views, &c.Respectfully. obd't serv't and another': 4 otlemari just in,' says thatSergt.'Iiurst : tains Ross, lIutcb son, and .Williams, andLieut. [From the same of the,29th anal] cealed
known I
Was it not
their bo ndaries? your Haddock.
within I Ii' FLORIDA bD. Ni-A
( : meeting of them t
1 that the Indii ns were hostile, that they I. D. HART. I n ij pbtsdilif recover. We. have a nerd ,time ahead. For two zeds was held yestirday. .' OUrM j i is
, :were savage a d uncivilized, and therefore To J on* L. DOGGETT, Esq.JACKSONVILLE !.... 'I Captain La: caster, of this place, a member days post I hoverswho e not eat enough to keep a the Chair and Lt. Col.; Robinson" Capt.lateplenaio: :; ; forceseffect\ian

1//1 not to be restr fined by treaties, bywords, of our:bar, .n.esturiable citizen, and ,one mouse alive, riorhas. any.others S injCamp, at which it was re olved to send voluntml Secretary
by bonds? .Why then no force ? Did flip Dec. 27th, 1835. of the foremostolearn to' volu.nteeri.s; we a ehappy (except 50 man sent. down to guard Tar- to the'relief of our fellow-citizens in FloriJt milit
t i Government iicleed believe that three hun''dred Sir..lt is true'that..! am a candidate .for recovt ing rapidly from his wound. ).r. ,sen 1. ;:ui, word that They are in They,will depart this morning for Picoh little

soldiers, liovvever gallant,,were ,suffi- the Legislati i Council, and in present!!ng t &Lilechat j: the'hammock on ,Sunday .good. quarter! :',our,,' horses, also fare bad, The'papers' ', containing1' the above can for S an(
their' number of other motive ig : : '. ,
om, treble as.sUcVXMve- of and
sonietinMa no
dent to over myself there is plenty corn and of thpani
subsequent no
I Indians? or bas the Government been 1ul- than the inter ts'of the county and the' the 20th inst.; CapV.,Lancaster stepped upon mills to grind 'it._ Potatoes wtr'ifenietimes: "Ba a meeting of the cit to
led .Into n False security ?, Were the oc- welfare 'of th Territory. It has always I' the trunk of, tre9 which had been blown if.wecanjget: mWto-dig: them, and izens br annafl7W"fliicGif wairteilQ{,..
get \
f, ': ;;'r e;[months ago in Alachua, the been my Interi' n, when at other periods, down, and .w'rile ,stooping,and looking 'i beef-but sometimes where ordered one to-send yolunteers'to,aidjsin) ; the, proleclim 8'heC

murder of tho soldier going from Tampa I have been 1 ored with 'a, scat iu tl8t for an Indian,which| lie supposed _to be way,and the baggage another bard times.I of the,property,and,Jives of our citizens,\\'u connTliurs

Bay to Fort King with the mail, the shoot- body, ''to dO'1l' 'the goal I could; and: to secreted near lira, he Indian, from the roots, have not, time to say'.more. You must brought by the Steamer Florida,wLich ar.
ing of Capt. Famlmm, at Silver Spring,,the prevent: as mu harm, from being do e, him in the' neck tell all my friends ,how matters are-if, my rived last evening at 7'o'clock. usia,
subsequent plunder nnd burning of: the as It was in p wer. If I'Sm' elect d fired,upon him, we nding wife is ,not gone offdo: stop,her,if possible. :. Forty'spirited Volunteers From nslii
:buildings there; were, all these to pass for again,I shall ue the even tenor,of IY the bullet,ranging own: his tack. The In Your frientiVJ.MILLS.. Savannah,
{ <
the Indiana who of the' ant dead 'b .Mr. Curry were on'board 69 Florida.. destined for pica yiin
,nothing ? Wh/ were not way, to tbe' pr'otion' great rosts dian was shot ins ntly, i led at
murdered the soldier required to be given of the'Ter I Ory, anti the local obje m of ,.Mandarin..; :S ice the charging ,of, the P. S. found',six' Indians' dead, last lata.! :They.go.on with the intention of fortf. 1olunntryl'

up? if they were demanded,and the Chiefs'refused of the county. You osk'' me td state in hammock, the ln< ans have ceased, their attacks evening"":how We many wounded welknow| fying that ,point on the 'Kiver. They in I
or.neglected to :give them up, why writing'what' urso I mean to pursue In it.t.all tile
{ were'Io-: :or 40 of provided implements
: there necesaw
I houses and plantations: not. We : therethat
taken ?' Why tha I upon suppose
')were not instnn: precautions relation 'to tax! fronkly' ;
I I for the construction of Block
I '.' when, the buildings at Silver Spring :were shall vote for n law, that has for its obj ,ct ,The ,spirited a d determined manner in them in the action.Monday | Ai .IIouse-an4 (
tho militia k tiie bravery Dec.. 521....-AYe: are just under the gallant Capt Stephens, with his nola
.burnt in ,,Novcnber"wero.not, directly indi ctly; the Inc'rcasing which the hamin< was charged- mint t
called,into service ? Was it necessary that the County or crritorial taxes, nor eha 1 II,, exhibited )oh officers and men present marching orders where, we do nof know. gallant officers!,: has. all the knowledge ui lehavnpani

the peal of the death;shots which.murdered connave'Bt tate any' scheme, wh eh on the occasigave the hostile Seroi- ,The firs chance 1 will write morel]/ experience i ,requisite the busiaeos. Thn
O'Mnthla should ring in the commanding s such'objecL I beg furthe to ,\ ,
1 with
came on provided and
propos arms
noles an earnest (I what they are to expectat Our readers indebted,politeness: ammunition Imtp'ttdQi'
Genera* car, before ho aroused him- state, that matt matters of public inter 8t, ; are .
the ,. he the hands'' of orida.'s gallant sons, and Dell for'information contained in abundance-two, Beautiful, French tii-
,eclf from his dreams of peace ? or, was I shall reel bo1 d to be 'governed by' ; of Col. -
,Generalr.e traincd by ha instructors 6$ by well ascertains will of the majority : 'I nd has!, it seems, da aped thee ardor,of their re: the following! 'letter, froma'friend'o. tlris: fromthis pounders- and 48 stand of arms, &c. ng.
of the Indiana ? absence f such information, I s all I sistarice" circumstance 'iliatj the date This act of our -generous 'brethren of h.vannahthe heX
the Buperintcmlant in the ., From' e place, at ,the, ,,of the, letter at :.Lang
These I tare grave subjects of enquiry, be directed b1 he deliberate 'conclusi" ns different scouting parties, that have, scoured Syne.:; It.contains i interesting Intelligence : promptitude with! which they lOt'.8

,which the leoplo of, this Territory are entitled of my own ml the, hammocks,'vi thout.finding signs of, Indians respecting the disposition of the forces' now have flown to succor the aefenceless-the ch fo;

to have thoroughly zealous investigated and talented; nnd V Y our respectfully obedient,servant, ,,;it is' ,,pro ''ble that they, have :retired on 'the:gro nd'and': the disposal. of Gen. liberality, with 'which they' contributed their
I trust tba our able, ArriveMr
treasure the of-
nobility feeling manifedfj
rill institute a keen and search- OLIN L. DOGGETT.To farther into the .lion. Clinch.
ilntr Delegate ennuirv, into the causes of our/present I. D. liAR ,Esq; ,'The measures j f operation, best calculatedto l Ca m p''Lsm g 'Syn e, ?' on this occasion, speak a language'com ,

caTumitou3 state. Besides the Indians, brine,'Uiose isguided ".savages of, the December 2Tth'1835. J mendatiOn, with which! all we1 could sapiD r ass

;were there 10 other reasons which'called IIEAD QUARTERS, ) forest,"-led on tojthe brink of destruction-by Dear Sir-I.wrote you by Capt: Richard, bear no comparison.We .- ese I g
? Have not Jocks riville, Dec. 8th, 1835. $ since which left where we were iridaite
and Camp
: )ve ,
foryig'iIan >; ''precaution their warrior'o\ ell, to a sense of their con- ) can ,assure them of our gratitude ; and
,the South n States been, agitated,- con Sir-I here\ ih transmit you a copy of and rashness on the 21st, near Micanopy, and returnedto the citizens 'of East Florida'will not forget f<
dition and of th utter inutility soon
4 ,vulsedTro'one extreme to tlieother, by Regimental or iers-you will forthwith Gibbons' on the pruine, and remained l ass t
!the attempt bf base incendiaries, to create Jll'oceed'to put hem in execution accordIng of heir>, resistancommanding e-w l1'be_ adopted by the there Monday night. ,Tuesday morningwe this'act of Georgia's patriotism umerrkii'

.a4 servile wa ? Are we I in no such danger to the letterlmd spirit. off(:ers,of? the,forces now on the marched back again, through Micanopy We take" pleasure' in subjoining, list of the i
? Than to an overruling Providence, It is considered advisable'that ;you prohibit field..V. We place1!every. confidence in.Gens. 'and encamped at Suggs': Wednesday names of the Volunteers.

,that part of ok r population seem actuated nil negroc: |, bond'or,free, or colored Clinch,and l Call. They are gentlemen of we marched on, nnd at Tyher'u formed' a CHARLES STEPHENS, Captain. gageihnedi
by the best spirit ; but most, assuredly to persons from i sling about'' either in the tried and' [bility ''experience and bra- junction with ,71 Regulars under the command ALEXANDER; Y. NtcoLL,1st: ,Lieiitencnt.
''the wisdom, t foresight, the precaution, day or night tiuond\ that you pay. ho re- great of Captains Melloui\ and Graham- COU
the assistance of,the'Government, we owe spcct to posses nl all. very. Thiy.ha/e. /\ 'D'proved'to'be: be as gallant scoured through .Wacahouta; hammock- ,JAMES, D." IIuGCENEn, 2d 'do. Ely a..
nothing. Even'armswe-have; to borrow From your known vigilance on all occasions i in, war, a. liey are estimable and courteous found ho i 1 dian 8i -and concluded from WILLIAM, II.,BULLOCK, Ensign., oft!

Willing and gallant spirits have been obliged in executing your 'duty, no fears are in the socii i 1 circles of private life. finding a c Ok in Priest's. .yard, (left thereon WILLIAM W. OAT, 1st Sergeant.
to march .against a ferocious, and insidious entertained that you will neglect so important We have c n dence, also'in'! the, braveryand the 18tl} by Horace. Mervy, of Captain PAUL WILLIAMSON 3d do. sh el
foe, with such arms as at any other a trust ns the command of tbo,posts! in officers in Ilutcherso 's Company,) that no Indians irri
conduiof t command -
our own
period would be' deemed unserviceable.The Duval County. good oJ t had been t iere since the chace/ I gave some LEVI S. RUSSELL, 1st Corporal' ,
fort 'at St.' Augustine, .that fortress You will ;regular journal of'your of the'Eaaiern' ;I Brigade-Col. /arren in the prai ie,, and the fight they had with BENJAMIN M.\ JOHNSON, 2d do.

whose frowning ,ramparts have frequently proceedings, together! with a copy of* all and, -Lt. Col. Mihs t from 'this city. ,;, 'the first our baggage train, 'all on tlie. 18th inst.- 'PRIVATES. Id Li'

defended ,East ,Florida,from foreign and orders issued to those under your com: to muster, and ch'toitlie* scone,of action, We, marcied' on and! encamped, at this John C. Austin, Kendrick Alexander, is. ;

domestic foes, is now dismounted' without mand.. will, we trust,'acquit .themselves honorably place, where we expect to remain, a few Charles,E. Hnyd, James Brogan, George hieek
a [single: cannon mounted or to I mount. Persons brought,, in for disobetlience'innot' and nobly anij Returning in honor and triumph days;untiljthe Regulars are fitted out 'andprovisi 'V. :Barnes Charles Burner, Barnard Ciillaghnn J. ,,
But the heart sickens at the detail -- in for
enough, their rendezvous will he ot readiness us.
appearing their families'and James T. Davis James Gam's,
bring home revs
weakness imbecility and improvidence. lantation with burned on'Mon-
either sent out to the camp, in the Indian of the Levy's William Gruhte .William Hewlett, William !
,Our public servants seem to have trampled friends/a! good r sport, of,tile conduct but are confident it the ,
Nation, or retained in custody until l further i f j day night,] we was C. James S. Simeon Gar
Harvey ,
under foot the Roman maxim; to take orders. citizens this spctioh, who seizing the best act of neg'oes. : '

,:care on all occasions, that, the "Commonweal ,w: J. MILLS, implements of! wtir at,hand, BO suddenly andfreely.marched Captain\ Wyatt's Company: with goodguides Harvey bert, Samuel, l iohnstonViljiam'i.\.D.M'tcari.Hum:;' rred tin

shall receive no detriment : Lieut. Col. 4th Reg. F. M. out to the conflict. /sc red through'tbe hammock and Andrew M. M'Leod Peter O'Connt'r\\il.,

.. W PIVIS. Capt. D.,S. GARDINER, Com. Conipany D. ,'" -:- the.whole,\>lace, and no. single; feign of on 'liam Reed, Hugh Rose, Willinm W. StP, erchgs
-' Return of killed and wounded in the af- Indian cot Id be found. In fact, _we do not vena, James Stevens ,James Simderlin, o
'. [For the Courier.] HEAD QUARTERS, ) fair of the ;i8th December, 1835.,, think'they are any of them outside their William Steven, George Threndcrafi, eetfeet

V The want of charity nnd generosity, bespeaks 4Ui&CthReg'ts.F.M. > Capt. Ross, Company A.-Wounded- lines. Ca' Lain Sumerall with 60 men has' Benjamin S. Williams, Gilbert ill\ Williams
a temper'naturally 'mean and de. Camp at Newnansville, Dec. 14, 1835. ) Sergeant David McKee\ -Private Seymour been 'out since day before yesterday 'on:u Anthony O. Seuger, Perry M. King hsdSl

''graded. That littleness of' mind, which, ,GENERAL: ORDERS. Pickett, Walter, Furman and Robert Ches scout, back,via. .1\ltcnnopy,8nd.; Prairie.Col. S. W. Trotty, of South,Carolina.
with a malicious feeling, can pry into the take the line ley. Parish with 130 men has gone round
will march
of others with view [ The Army up B. Killed Orange Lake, and a part! towards,Picolata.: : eel
conduct a exposing at 7 o'clock'A. Al. for Fort Crum. Capt. Lancaster, Company TwENTY FOURTH CONGRESS.:-On'Mondaj
their undesigning errors, by holding themlip private Paul McKee and.E. W.-Weeks. Captain Ilutcherson, with his company the 7th inst. the first'session' of the twenty- ace"
to ridicule,belongs to dispositions alone, 'Captains and Commanding Officers of Capt UutcesonConipanyC.-\Vound.;. arid Lancaster's, under Lieut.Brewer have m1oye
which can find a gratification in congenial Companies are required to have their comruanus ed-Private. Bleach and Henry Bishop. gone to Fort King Captains Wyatt's and fourth Congress 'coJ 1'menc d' at the Capitol '

pursuits of a base and 'grovelling nature*. 'in'readiness to' form tho line at that' Capt. Gibbons, Company A.-6 Reg.. Harrison's Companies have 'gone' out ','on in the City of Washington.In stroven

Weak and narrow minds are content with hour. Wounded-Private II. lennington.Capt.lIcUmoreColurubia scouts this morning. Captain cLemore's the nate.-rlartin' Van Buren, the
heaping faults which commonly belong to 'On arrival at Fort Crum, the .4th Regiment Volunteers. Company las not yet,-returned from Su. Vice President'of the United States, took tb.

themselves upon others to relieve tlie .will march under Lt Col. Mills for -Killed--Private Tillis Wounded-Sergeant wanneo Old Town. So, we have of,our Chair and called the Senate to order. ''Odsurb'

consciousness of their own loathsome de- Wetumpka, and the Gth Regiment under Burst, (mortally) still languishing.Dec. Regiment in Camp only 98; counting In the House -J*1'
formityi Unable to restrain to their own Lt. Col. Raula with the Commanding Colonel 'Lancaster field staff and'all the Companies-present, of Representatives asme
Vounded-Capt. the
In''thelit Gibbons' Roes' and ,Turner's and [ K. Polk of Tennessee, receiving, upon
bosoms, the venom which lurks will take the route by Wacahouta, 1 officer and 2 some
t< vitals, snake-like they '''would exhale an and form a junction' 'at Wetumpka. ; (severely, no dangerous to the Western)) Regiment. of them are on guard,and detached wounded first ballot, 130 votes, was chosen Sptaktr-r

t atmosphere poison and uuburthen, \ ,JOHN WARREN, men Dear belonging addition to the brush of &.c. at Fort tCrurn, Micanopy\ and Tar- Walter J. Franklin, eras chosen CJ rkrMIMe'ssrs. ( As
themselves the foul infections which Col. 4th Reg. F.M..IIEAD.QCARTERS ;'kSir vets Your letter dated, the 13th, lithe Printers
the 18th, when the baggage was ,captured, Blair ,and Rives,,were, chosen : [ient
'they '"seek to transfer to others. Meanness \ had esterday to sanctify the only letter I have ever received from, any of the House.' ,
_' m'ust have a vent, or, like passion, i it > we .mother the l body since 1 left home et'II
'must burst; why not then suffer the low Fort Crum, Dec. 10th 1835, $* Sabbath At fiuq P ofclock'in ofmarch from morning Crum's we P. 8. It Is iow ascertained that we The number of'members in attend

and dogged spirit to seek relief'; i if,would GENERAL ORDERS. took Fort up for Micanopon the arriving at the end march Tuesday,with 250 Regulars and the first day, was,unusually. ,great: ,v ,
be violence deny it so some friendly Indians. Four Tuesday Dec. 8th. The President's Din
a to l'ity'to poor a advanced are now Jn n.
As the .\rmy'is' now approaching the of the Prairie, c n guard sent
resource, when i iS{ can possess no higher, enetnys country-the ,Commanding Colonel back word to me it the head of the Duval our, Camp. sage was received and'read in'each house. Mr

ptlfi. atlon. expects unceased vigilance in the performance and Alachua met now called the 1st Regiment About the 11 instant, Mr. L. Walker left The reading occupied' one hour and three'quarters. real
AgraYoand facetious;,writer,with quixotic of duty by officers and men.' ''It that the Ii dians were burning Ha- his house Prairie ; In the House 15,000 copies,scare
aptitude introduces in the Courier of &c. I sent the to ,near Biyne'i to search far I ordered
is ordered, that after tatoo at o'clock, P. pans' house messenger I the accompanying 'documents, were e.W
the 17th a portion of history from the veracious sin'the with Cols. his horse. Subs quenUy his ,dog which accompanied -
: M.\ No l loud talking or noise of any kind Gen. Call wbo w centre ; lobe printed for':circulation'and'5,000' without '
Cid Unmet ; and.afterwards, with ,,,ill be allowed, and it is also ordered dlltCaptain'lI Parish and Waitcn, arid he immediatelysent him returned. but without his '
becoming complacency,.alludes 'what' he of Companies and all other officers Col Warren,/with orders to take two master. Fears were entertained for the safety the document; ii
experienced on the evening when the alarm Rossttnd Hutchesoo, and flankon The'jlresage'w carried from Wa hint
,' do immediately report any person companies, of Mr. W&lker. Qn Sunday, the 20th inst. : oardim
was:.given.at the supposed appearance of who fires off any gun, or otherwise wastesammunition. the South and West of the hammock. his body was found He had been shot ton to New. York, bl'up l8in, twelve hourt
the enemy. This same knight of the quill Captains Summprall and ,Gibbons' were break and a halt! ,
from the nervous airection'which : detached the! North and East and I through the a wound that must have ; m
quieted By order of JOHN WARREN, on funeral 0(11s(
suddenly seized him finds peculiar killed bun i instantly, and hia taken off" Wednesday, Dec. Oth c
theo Col. Com'g. Militia in service.W. took Captains Turner, Lancaster and Mc- scalp ; f roil
pleasure in declaring that it.was only an 'J. MILLS 'Lt Col. 4th Reg. F. M. Lemore, and covered the space between Hon. Nathan Smith, deceased, ,Senator
that' the In the postscript to, Col. >V.rren'i Connecticnt Mr Smith died* OIl
array of *black jacks, was ,occasion Captains' Ilutc and Gibbons-the letter' took place 1
of his great affright, and once more MORE Snies"or W AL-We understand advance guard entered the hammock and published iu our last, Sergt Hunt should the 6th. Dec. suddenly at h'w lodging, fOO a

the fleshly) hue of life reanimates the? ghostly that the NarY Commissioners have madean were Immediately fired ''on-we all dismounted have been Sergt II unto U. Roberta we are after his arrival in, Washington. He *" '

face. The' rueful streak of pain yet lingers 5 application to the Grand Island Compa.. and'entered! the hammock at the told is not killed or wounded. Sergt.'Hurst gentleman\ of great ,worth, and of emin.nc< r

but;, to<, convince the, good people, of the ny, through their agents, Samuel Allen & charge step, and,were soon in action-the wu shot through the body, and by the,, last u a lawyer and politician of hU own St ta.t.-
to wlthaC', bo is. not yet wholly petrified, Co.'of this city, for the keel pieces oft ships Indians yelling constantly firing by .Pla still alive. conducted w1
intelligence was
Le spawns his! musty fustian in their i faces. of the line and frigates in addition to those toons-they were in a thick bush pond and By reference The funeral solemnities were Ti

-a. 'f> TUE fJ'Rap, contracted to be finished by them In August had a{great advantage, and fired on us to Lt. Col. M\\Ils' letter of the 16th lust published the osu&l pomp, and attended by the Jiouee"the sad v

\ N." \Tha meterapeyehosis of' SanchoPanZa last. They will be brought down UM without our seeing them. However, after \ to-day,j'twiil be Men that Hurst is putdown Frc ident'sJ heads' of'deparunenti o;

his r-, surely, talca place, for we bar canal early next Spring.-N. Y.Star. ,*?** about one ,hourt sharp firing it ceased, and u mortally wounded'still languishing J! Foreign Minister; oi r-ff'.ei:L''t : ,*


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,t t EAST FLORIDA LIST OF -LETTERS, \ >.l\I J ;:ArRnANQEnJ.l, : ';I; .:. ", I'

I RAIL. ROAD COMPANY. REMAINING in the Post Office at Jack ONROUTE. NO; 2171,; ,

31. I NOTICE is hereby given that' a meeting l County, on the, 30th VIA P;BlO. ", ",
Stockholders of the East Florida+ Sept. 1833-and if not taken i i nail Road Company, will be hel pn the firs months, they will be sent to the General Post LeaveSt.l\ta, y..very.Wednfsda1at2'r.l\r. J I
Arrive at Pablo Thursda III
; ; ; ne17 by 7 P. M.
Office ,
from I Monday of February 1836 d .d\'o clock P. as Dead Letters. .
Sa- Leave Pablo every Friday, at 61\.1\1., ,
: ; M. at No. 1 Commercial Wha4 in the n Thomas'T.lIoodl.Sarah r
tl l City Arrive St. "
at '
G P. M.
of Boston, to choose Directorsfor} the A. Broward, N by t
LeawISt: Augustine 6 ,M ,
A ;
every at
'' ? for ensuing,agreeably to the act of i{corporation.SAM'L John Mary Broward Broward, 1\1.Nat.E. J. North, Arrite at Pablo same day by G P. M. .' y
S. LEWISPresident.Boston ,
Leavi Pablo ,Tuesday, at 6 A. M.Arrive .' "
every ,
for Nov, 2-1, 1833. t t 42 William Blount, O. at St.)lllaryenext day by 11 A.MrVIA ? ', l
t M. Bowtc>son, Russell Ormon. "1f

: New York. DRY GOODS, GROCEOES, &c. Edgar S. Barrows, r JACKSONVILLE.: ..cLeave .

Subscriber informs the C. A. L. Doliver, Neil McPherson, St Marys every .Saturday, at 21'. AI'Arrive :-i '
t THE respectfully Oran Baster, William Perry at Jacksonville next day G P. M. ,
| l ,that he has just urned from DY ;'
1835. New York, with kn entire new'Od full assortment Nancy: Bellamy, George rindarvil.' Leave Jacksonville every Monday,at 5 A.M. .t
S of Dry Goods Hardwar and Cut Eliza Dellamy, It : Arrive at St., Augustine same day by G P. M. '

will be im lery, Shoes and Hats, Groceries, and Provisions Arthur Burney Henry Reilly, ; Leave St. Augustine every, Thirsdayat,5A. '.
of the *
C Francis Richard 3 >
; M. i
Drugs)and Medicines and
: resign my Glass Ware. And iris Crockery to Rachel Christe, William D. Rosa, Arrive at. Jacksonville same day*by G P.M.:
hopes by ateution, .
County of merit a share'of their ;aid assures George Colt 2 John Rose, : Leave Jacksonville every Friday.it 5 A, M.. a. r
them, that hit Goods will patronage be sold,t a reasonable D, Robert Robinson, Arrive At St Marys next day by 1 P. M."; !
I am'under Cash in barter'' br Wm. S. Donaldson. John or' Jonatl toE CROSS''ROUTE-VIA ST. JOHN'S Bi-trr.' tr" I, t
price fort or country
sincere produce. H. 11., P ILIPS.N. Ralchford. t Leave.Pablo every Friday, at G AMi "- ,J'r, 1 ,'t',V'\ ,1 ,
Chandler S. Emory. S I Arrive at Jacksonville same day b* 12 M. ,. t
of the .-CASH paid for Cotton, ]ides,Deer" ,F. Edward It Sa.ms, 3 Leave Jacksonville same day,at 1'?. M.!" ; 'V-T .c ','\l: ,
vote I re Skins TalloW, Beeswax, Mole 1&f.Jacksonvhe ?|. Col. Fleming ,3 Gurney Smithy 2 Arrive atPablo same day by 7 P.\I.; ",HI. ., r

for their Nov. 20. t j40tfNEW Charles E. }'lIDn" Benl1nilin' Sanchez, ISAIAH D.HARtf.r.:,1(.. ,:"' 'n, ', ". ; i :
ns \ Ii l Josiah 1'ogg. D. St.ne\.tz. Jacksonville J\1ly.31at. 1835r;; 1 '"V?, ,I. ,
<< rvllnt, GOon: : ) U l\lioajah Hmmons, (

just Deceived( from D. S. Gardiner, nary: : SmUI", NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.' .r '

TIIE'Subscriber.bas)' IUpP of Fall and Josiah ,Gates. Caroline 'l arse.Joshualllckman I "'.
"h County. Winter Goods consisting of t i\/ II r
t t tTHERE
Ja11e Turter 2 .
120 barrels best Canal llouri :
100 half do do doj t i''j Reubin lIolans" Sarah T\cker. .. r

i that Col. 75 bbls Pilot Bread, ,' Charlotte hail, U will be a regular conveyance for '
; elect of 30 do Irish Potatoes, r l Isaiah D.hart 3 Thomas. thderwood. once a week from St. Mar ',"
of Du 20 hhds New England Rum,. Clerk'Su\er.} N Geo., by Palo to St. Augustine) to leave St.;' I
y i election is 4000 Ibs Bacon, I I. George "altom, 3 Mary's every Wednesdayat: 2 o j clock, P. M,! .
several pre 4000 do best Soap, j; I Joseph D. Lances- Andrew etch, 2 and arrive at Pablo next day. '
election of .10 quintals Cod Fish, | i tt'r, 3 Gabriel 'fitters, Persons, who wish to avoid a night ex '
,occa 20 kegs Goshen Butter, I John, L 1wton. John T. illiams, sure on the water,will find very comfnrtalat .Ge>

Monday the 40 bags best Coffee, 1\1 Charles illey, accommodations at Fernandina ,\ Mr. 'A.; Y

h ; Mess & Prime PorkMolaeselSugarRice,: William Morgan, Timothy (IVighbnll.n. Diu',rand can leave Fernandipa| the next' ,
I ,'Du David McKee, ;Y2 mornmgl1.ndarrive ait Pablo the same 'day.- ,
Mackerel White Beans, Hum, Holland ,
December Thomas Moody Henry ywng. They can leave Pablo Friday
e : and American Gin, Ire Whiskey, I SArA 1 Dt f1AlP, I'. M. 4 o'clock every ?far '
Wines, Porter, Lemon Syrup;tc. &c. at and arrive at St. Augustine at ( ;
t '
GETT, -ALSO- P. M. same day; leave St. ( .

County. A assortment of tooda-Boots FOR NEW yonke I Sunday, and arrive at Pablo same day. ,
large Dry' ; THE fine fast sal1 Schr. SJl'LUIJll visit 8t.' ,
d : the name & Shoes, Crockery, Gloss,' Sloe, Hard and .6 JOIIIf M: Iln4a, Master; I will Passengers be accommodated wishing to on 'reasonable '4
Hollow, &c. Ac.-
as a CandU wares, Twine &c. will sail for the above'port on or Fare from St. Mary's by Pabloto St. yi
: Duval, in the Cotton Bagging, Hop1. about the let of next month.' Line, $t5.' From St. Augustine to Pablo
: Territory., ,All of which will be sold attl lowest cash 'For freight or passage, having food accommodations There is also a safe boat 'wblah' will St.'f ,

; prices. 1\I.K., PIP] KSTON. apply to the Captain in board, at once a week from Pablo to Jacksonville ;' l,

ch the name Jacksonville, Nov. 10, 183.1 39tf!} Mandarin, or Thomas D. Dexterat" Jackson will depart and arrive so ns to meet the

: \ : a Candidate ville. boat'on its return from St.; Mary's and ,
; ,In the next NEW GOODS ,Jacksonville,Dec. 24, 1835. 44wl stage as it arrives from St..Augustine.

; ,in place Subsbscriber; has just, ceived'from from Pablo to Jacksonville $?. All fare VilMary's \

r : \ : I THE + York and' Charlest per Schr. NOTICE. be paid fct Pablo. C. TAYLOR. .; yQ'The

es George and Mary, a full assertion t of TilE Co-partnership{ heretofae existing :: l\bilboat will leave' Pablo o for .
rid : E.lV'GL1SIlJlND WEST foND GOODS, the name of L. CURRIER &Co. has 'every Tuesday and return'on';' Thurs-1 "

AND GROCERIES been dissolved by the death of f LUAII WIL- day. ,Tlie, stage, leaves Pablo every Friday, ,: .. I
te ,.. which he offers for sale .at the lowest cash LIAMS. All persons having deuund againstthe for St. Auffiiitme, and returns on the sncciK, \.; 'I:' '.
.1. .
COLLEGE, OF said firm are''requested to the Cm3 t
prevent ding Sunday <
: |
prices. .. .' .
: :
and all indebted to said firm
same ,
i irk. ; persons
atj] ICT The bighest price paid fo all kinds of to make payment to 'the subscriber, who, ,is i JACKSONVILLE (', 'r ',, ,
I such Cotton 'Moss,!lides, Furs, '
produce- as receive I
authorised tile
; to same. '

: -OF, Black Creek,;NoVf 19, 183.1. ;39tt November. 10,1833.ALL ,,, .' t ...;;. I
n c.- .. .. .. '
IJr:: n. Libbey having been appintedtgeni t.NOTICL .4t ,
i for the Schr. George & Mary.lwwWto attend ;--" : .,. ,
:: at Mr. the receiving ot all kinds of night to or "
ity F"T the
all hours to persons having against, ..Publlo. arc Informed thata line of ,"
of ,from" .Charleston." ." .,of MAll y llOIJKIIlK, deceased, TIlE Barouches will run between '
sh' ( 42tf -0 are requested to present? them duly attested, Tallahassee and leave this "
the before the lit day .
.. to undersigned, on or plaoe 'Monda '. .
every ):
BUSINES next and all indebted i to
of February persons !OForty pounds baggage will 'be allowed'to !
Subscribers .intend estMshing on said Estate are requested to make,immediate for ,
each and
rr tljat! the TIlE I passenger, any greater weight
the 'different[ ; first November, a bnl i of their payment. one cent per pound will be charged for every "
House in (Charleston, S. C. for U transaction JAMES 1l0 KIRK, ) Lx'ri ten miles '
S. : to arrest of Factorage and Com ilss Business, WILLIAM J. MILLS. )\ :: 'Fare through, each $25 'I '' ?'
I aid free under the firm.of,,W KINO &>Cducied ,to be conJ ,Jacksonville, Oct. 1, J83.1. 36lf waYt. 1IAIUIIB.J* ?' '".',

exiept! in by their partner W.':)Kin: J md would. Jacksonville, Jan. 14. .Strj1: ( Jj, .' f'
/ with serv Icei' it both theities SUGAR MILL OR SAL"E.A : :

'. : of Charleston and San al, to their GREAT BARGAIN is offered, in the' CONVEYANCE FROM. -?, I cf*:"1.I'l' :," ;

.to'gov friends' and the, public. sale of a New Sugar Mill, from West / '
BT.' : {
: .
Rick rfi1NG.Savannah Point Foundry; diameter of Centre Roller;' I .

i : ,Oct. G, 18351: : ; i 2w39! two feet two and a half inches,and two outer # I" "

t t i I .F. M. ones, one foot ten and' onefourthinches- -a ", .: "",'
: NEW STORE. with Iron cog!; points; .<&c, as also a set of ,
Kettles from'the noted Foundry In'Scotland ) L
Subscriber has just recalvid a coin. BublcrlberwUl agooJ'liarotichi"
gs; THE assortment of Englj/i and West known by name 'of the Carran Foundry The, warranted THE good Horses from run Jacksonville:'to'St. \ -:. I ,; I'
malleable Iron.
and capacity
proof as
India Goods and Groceries offered '
,whic are '
week to leave this '
the Augustine once a ; ..
agaiist of the grand Kettle is three hundred
for sale at the lowest prices.; '.
set I Monday morning, and arrive in
BRONX de and proportioned, or graduated to place every
__ J. LEVY. gallons,
Bt. the evening the ,
th ; to said Old Picolata, Nov. 10. 39tf sixty gallons, being four to the set; all of Augustine on sarno day. "r
will leave Kt. Augultine'on
d 1 claims and which, with Coolers, Vats, and a Cistern to Returning- I
F.J.-'JuD- contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be Wednesday morning, and arrive at this place' .
eet PICOLATA UOU'tfi.The I
G. Blows ,of disposed of, if applied for shortly, fur at leasttwentr on the evening of the same day. "*fff,,;'"
,ce undersigned reel*ctfully announces -five per cent below coit., (O"Forty pounds baggage will be allowed ; i
im Executor. .[[ to the Public,- list he'in- A line directed to E. D. COX, on Sidon to each passengerand for any grnter'welgbt, \
.fltf I tends opening, early in Otnber, the Plantation, McIntosh County, ((8.1 one cent JIb pound will be charged forevery'ten J !
.- Hotel known u PICOLATA HOUSE. The building will be attended to. Georgia miles. 1f- ,}rfI' 'f J ':'
having been greatly enlargedwill comfortably March 12. 4wll OFare each, way $5. r v. .> :
accommodate a numerous company, IL H. PHILIPS: 'J \_
l apply to the the Rooms will be well furnisher and the -JacksonvilleFeb.2. Ctfji: < *&
ods County ot Table richly supplied with the bet fare the R. II. GREGORY, K. 'J3

Mr the Estate country..aJforPicolata Attorney and County for at Law.HAS io.ooo L1JH. OF LACK BIOS3 1
bus is situated on the St. Jdins river, opened'an office in Jacksonville, for WAtiTEDI 1 /

me ; 6w41 forty miles above Jacksonville, ant eighteen practice of the Law, in the'.ennl > Subscriber: will purchase theabove 1 t
miles West of St, Augustine; wth a stage Courts of Duval and of the coun THE of Black MMS,if 'delivered" in : 'jt
As communication, requiring only a rile of three ties. himself that adjOinin't\ .s' Savannah previous to let Octoberlnjlarj.: "!' ." I
He pledges entrusted
' hours.-The climate is remarkably mild and or,small quantities. 4 '. .> ',' .' '
[ next Coun balmy, and being exempt, from the humidity to his care, shall receive. pr9roj>t and J. WMoRRE 14, "-. "

ee ,((which will of the lea atmocpbere, bas proved highly diligent attention Savannah, June 17, : ",' '
'. pril next) beneficial to invalids laboring under pulmonary Jacksonville July 15,1835. 20tf --:-' j, 4",1', .-, t I

v G. X.O- affections.' NOTICE. NOTICE. ., .,. .w f'1 ,

ea.stir. d ; all per* A Steamboat running weekly between this WILL hold & Magistrates Court at the AJ..L persons having demirids against the I '
cattle will I
place and Savannah,will afforl every desirable Courthouse Jacksonville,on the See or Mrs. CLEja.1ffTM& QAV
before that facility for communication between the end Saturday in each month, at 10 o'clock, A. TIER, dec will present them properly attest; ;
ARVS. two place. M. In my absence, business left with ed, and all persons indebted to said Estates .,

: 3m42 With these advantages, the undersigned O. M. Dorman Esq. will be punctually at- will make immediate payment to". '.
B e. '' B.S/TREETER W. ,,
tended to. B.J108S
his attention,
hopes by, unremitted personal Justice the Peace. Jack.ooiDf 25 1833: .
of July ,
apply to( the to render entire satisfactipn to all ', may June 17. 23 I ; ,
tie favor him with their
Court of patronage -
* y oQon PROCLAMATION, Copper Stills nearly neii; one tOn i
own late of said Picolata, E.l'.Sept..1,2. 8w38 By George K. Walker, Secretary, and Acting TWO two hundred gallons, with a .

'hich t FOGG. Governor of Florida.T7HEREA8 heater of the'same capacity; the other containing -
Cw42 NOTICE. \ an Election was held on the fifty gallons, which will be 4 ..poteclor
" : CLIRX'S Orrict-DCVIL Count, ) W first Monday In May, 1835. for the at terms advantageous to the vrebascr..

Lout ? ,Jacksonville: August 3d, 1833. ) election eta Delegate to the nut Congress ,For further particulars: inquive of O. Byo.HOTDH (.

( tf ; persons having any deeds .or other of the United States, for the Territory of Esq. Whitesville, or a.1 UJ,office '
in this place,, ALL of writing to be recorded, Florida; and wbereu at said election, JoiEMl Jacksonville,May C, 19tt
: occupied ,by will please leave the money for recording the M. WHITE received a greater number of

ed stock with same al o-otherwise the deeds or other instruments votes than 1.01.other Individual as" appearsby BLANKH of all descriptions, Printed. at
11r to have a will not be placed upon record until the returns legally nude to ine i @' ", at short notice. '

''UPS. the fees is paid. ,' Now, therefore the, in said pursuance of&!law. White, I do 117Mea, Job Work In i''huulvaie ,(style, >
Joseph ,
their interest of kind already hereby proclaim .
'"' Persons having papers any and oo reasonable terms j' 4.V ;
recorded, will 1 call and for them. duly elected the Delegate flromthisTerritoryto
' please pay I 'La-
1'1. J Bhvnks -Bi1L'et /
is done the next Congress of the United States. {" ? I '
work and
*t ,O. as the. ISAIAH, D.I want HARTCfrk.JukaonvWe my pay : m,en.under my hand .this SJrilh day of ding.'. 2an1.taL q' '*.:"eon'*. .UaUj fors.. leat,J ',j

Aug 3.f 20tf August; A.D. 1835V O.K. WALKER:! this office.ri
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>>; : A I'J P N'Y10'' : THE having '*,
CO Southern
MIIIOE"LLANEOVS. been drank at an : Agriulturaliatfro
is said have '
: ing toast to '
w Editor :and.< OF NOTHING. association of School j\Master solicits the support of the friends lf>

! IMPORTANCE "The fair daughters of Columbia : May ture, and of the interests connect/1
!i'* Nothing is, mere .Important than to understand tvllract i throughout the Southern States R'

If,) the subject about which we purpose hey add virtue. to beauty, envyfro'l abovTcompany take this method of CAPT. IIUDDARD, published this work, for Mr. Legate f'

\ instruct'others.Nothing friendship} multiply, amiable accomlishments THE % the public that they have run once a.week from Savannah commencement, in the year IfeSg anal?

J-', to hungry > by sweetness, divide time and purchased Wo Steamboats, the ,MACONand WLL Picolata, touching at Darien St.Mary's thus practically acquainted with tL
is acceptable to a which it "*
should be ifi '
more to conducted
reduce EXCEL which boats are run regularly and Jacksonville.R.
and scan ,
: '> man than bread and m'ent., ] cSabiIitykand t economy, betweeT Darien and Macon, leaving & W. KING, lion .'willjbe: continued! on the same tt W U

.." a happiness morethan dal to its ,lowest denomination. Darien once very week with two tow boats. Agents at Savannah in the same manner as heretofore "i
. :' Nothingprotnotes. ( I The steambtts will draw onl,126 inches of All slave improvements as his experience
Freight ma
: an eVen temper.. I; Cuff;;you 'see 'dem, two ladies of color water with tfo good 'engines in 'each The payable must be by cleared. at the Custom- the subscriber is solicitous to J lII'kUt} OJ

Ii.t/:; Nothings more likely to produce wealth cross de street dare? company hale been at great expense to place House.passengers information Journal the,vehicle for dissemminatin \ ..
this line of rfeamboats in the Ocraulgee and I readiness ,, not only with tots!
; }t than industry. Yes, 1 see de dear angels, Pompey. Altamaha arfa riverswould respectfully solicit Conveyances for St. ,Augustine. in hshed systems of husbandry,regard but also 1

J: : Nothing will preserve wealth when.acquired Well dont they look maz'ngly' like one the patrons of the,public. ,Tlis line will at Picolata.. mental efforts in, Agriculture and P,.
and for merchantswho! wish toship July 1,1835.SUN1 : ture, he invites free and [RMSIran
,]' I Iwttjr than frugality economy nnoder. be a great ftility unrestricted
'"A' I better health Ithan their gjods by the way of Savannah or MORNING ''NEWS. mcalion from all persons occupied iD i rtl
.Nothing promotes credit for >AY ,
: Dat I gib Let n'o'one
true, Pompey, you Darien, to awkanavi11e and Macon or in pursuits. imagine that 1 ver

"'' ': 'tempeninci and exercise., your nice pendumtration; dey.so'mazing- shipping Cotton to Savannah Arrangements THE Sunday' ,Morning News has now been' facts or isolated''experiments are too iS, foes
dAt the respectability hay been made to forward cotton or the public for upwards of three be I communicated. All '
dds to
iii' Nothing more Ecmble each ,oder-specially de one dis systematic ] ;
all ly goods withjut detention between Savannah months, and if any criterion, can be drawn edge "SV11.6 aggregate of humble i pII ':
;;ru:.j'L" of a man't an a character for proWty'in side. andDarierlj .'I from the number of its patrons and subscribers lars ; .m every' depart ,, I cc

? '. bit actiontNothihj I Il ,No exertttn or expense will lie spared to it has met with a flattering. acceptance, brought .perfection,not through, LedLpc t I
adds greater charms to beauty 'llliy dear Mrt. Gadabout, said old Mrs. give the gr test despatch to goods or cotton and the principles it has been, guided by in mentality a %le extraordinary mini i ,
? ,
<' Sitawhile, when do you mean to come shipped by) Ibis line. its management, helve been! approved and by contribution of, particulars
: ., ,than mod ty and affability., boats sanctioned.' Ak a of its increas individuals ) by II
?" the Agents fa the above, :, consequence \.generally) after the
as Ia
Nothing is more becoming.in youth thanrespectto I to see me Why, jest as soon! L.', ''IN & CO. Savannah. ed circulation/its'. .advertising'friends have many years, he js delilrOUshenfQti'b) '
h f ( and n hts git a little longer I shall toward in numbers andas it facts
their elders., days ; GiuAn come large ; may as many to record as can be fUfJli.hl
"Well do come J. & Co. Macon now be,considered fairly afloat, and rising on and from the planter, (who ia.systemaii'l' uru'a
eartinly cot e. pray .
Nothing endears a servant more to his MITCi>:L COLLINS, Darien.. the'tide'of public favor, it affords an admirable his experimental labors ,l'' n
..... said Mrs., G M if you don't come then, I J. E. & B DZLENO, Charleston.Dec. vehicle for the dissemination of such intelligence failures as well a his successful, an account effort/of I

shall send ftlemnn you, as sure as guns." 1831., 1. as those engaged in business wish be acceptable. If the list are worthy of fc, '

I I communicate. to' their correspondents and. recorded that they may be imitated
: Nothing !is therefore more valuable,than HARD T Es.-A newly-married gen- CABINET URNITURE. WARE- customers., should be'noted in order to be shunned

mod For be that nothIng of HOUSE. The number of 'papers supplied, to casual :The subscriber hopes that this loan
thingi. possesses rece ly cut ofI'a pair: i.y>st h
1 hid pro- JAMES II. OOKE, No. 100, Broadway enquirers, in' addition to the regular subscribers fellow. citizens of the South, arPeal condo
r' him to be
which renders disagreeable digious'whh era; and on being asked why J New York ffers for sale on Sundays, is very great, aid is constantly vain.: It would-be a reproach to our Pm

5, fellow manor,. any wise, dissatisfied with he did so'I'1 replied, that "the times were quality of -Sideboardi-Secretarie- increasing ; which is another proof of to meet the fate of the Southern Review

S himself must be the happiest man on earth, hard and d at be could not support both Book Case able of all .descriptions- popular approbation, and a sign offhe! attrac- the last it may be justly said, that it wa1, ie
Chairs of e quality-High post ands I tive character of its general and niscellaneous fered to fall,when it was not only :
and since the Philosopher's stone has always wife and wt. kers at the same time. French Beds of Mahogany and Maple- contents. / us a well merited fame as a.ajiterm reariin w

been,looked up to ,as the medium Hair and Mo|Mattrasses-Feather DedsLooking Under these 'favorable circumstances the but it was also vindicating the Southerab! Joe

through which this happiness was, to be An Irish o Iprit being asked by the Courtif Gla s-Carpets-and a full 'assortment Sunday Morning News' will proce d .with redoubled its from the'unjust aspersions nhichlu I '
: of evhr thing necessary to furnish confidence and energy, |laboring been so liberally bestowed no+
he were uil or not guilty, answer- upon us outdo,
obtained. it follows wp think,logically dirt' ; y a house. to gratify the curiositY. and taste of the pub see V4o?' cf Country. The Southern 2 her:

,; the Philosopher's stone is nothing. ed, "Armh.c? honey, don't'ask but one April 7" 3w15 lic, in all the various items of Intelligence cul... alist" in some measure suppliei eve

,', 'I-' 1. question at ijtime." ) which form the staple ,of a weekly journal.The : .-, n'-';e'of the Southern( "Review, so fare
GENUINE' :AORARIAH ISM.-"Teddy;said SUGA TILL FOR, SALE., man business' .will be lure to'>t..,u '."rds the circumstances last alluded to. ich
GREAT ARGAIN Is offered in the therein the'most recent"and coriect {informaf serves as a Register'not'only of mttooii!
a man to an.Irishman! ,'" won't you join the Two bro era,, by the name of Pepper, A sale of a New Sugar Mill,'from-West, tion upon the state of the foreig and domestic Husbandry, but also of, facts relating to lei
,:1, agrarians?" Agrarians I ,what the devil'a Irishmen bj!birth.were hanged in North Point Foundr; diameter of Centre Roller, markets, the current of buss ess, the arri of Slavery, The subjects of thtd!dK! of(o

that?"-iaid Teddy; Why a division ofpropertj. Carolina on he 1st inst. This is rather a two feet two i d a half inches,and two outer val of vesselsand ,every thing connected' pine, the'treatment,, the characters'cf. tcel
and with mercantile affairs;,the, politician) \ will Slaves, are fairly; suited
foo ten one-fourth inches o.its
ones, one ages, ,
i' "A, division of property! sure, rough triodes! (stringing pe'ppen. with Iron COP points. &c. 'as also a let at meet with a faithful abstract' ,f, the, move constitute topics a* interesting importas

'fi;r's 'and I'mthe! lad for that same." ,"Well, Kettles from e. noted'Foundry in Scotland, ments of parties,with legislative proceedingshere any which can engage either our on heucl

,,'' \ would do with ( FOR SALE. known by na t of the Carran Foundry, war ; together with details of the_'political l tention or the attention of those abroad,\
Te.ddYjwhat : you your VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION, please operations the continent 'of and feel
on Europe
ranted and pr >f, as malleable Iron.' The capacity a legitimate interest, in our concern his
J.,.hare; all the property was equally divided .antly tuated, and healthy, on the St. of the and Kettle is' three hundred every other quarterof the globe ;,the lover of I J The'subscriber begs Cleave, in concha
;,,.. !! ,amongst ,us?" "What would I do Johns' river, n .Duval county, Florida, four gallons, and roportioned,. or' graduated to varied and diversified 'I reading will find the to remark, that if he had not' undertakes stihe
miles above lie growing town Of Jackson four to the set all of means of gratifying his appetite as copiously continue the publication of this Periodical
sixty gallons being
: : wid it? 1 By the but lain' the boy vi11e'contai oOO of which half I j i ,
powers ng acres, one which, with'oolers: Vats,1; and a Ci tern to supplied as possible; while the:admirers of most 'probably, would have been either i
: r that would append| it jiutaly. Well, Teddy : ((250 acres) is good planting land baa in a com contain thirt hogsheads of Syrup, Will be literature will be sure to something moved from our city, or been suspends rcnd

"'' 'i after share what would pact body, aid> ''under fence. It a good disposed oft i applied for shortly, for at least I to suit their, tastes, in the choicest extracts Whether it will be in his power to continue
your spent, II lise with all the other
: Dwelling | necessary front native and foreign periodicals and in will
t' twenty-five p r cent below cost. 1: depend not only on'' the Pecuniary I J
.:, yob do then ?" 'What would 1. do .then, buildings required on 'a Plantation. Those A:, Ime.J. dir :ted to E. B. COX on ISidon the\ contributions of popular and approved the Literary Contributions of Southern P' op.

t'.#; ': you aims\> By St. Patrick,'but I'd be for who wish who purchase| can call on JOSIAH Plantation,"I :Intosh County,' Georgia, (as writers. The tone preserved throughout; will ters. lie confidently.'now' leaves this maid
the and will aid
GATES, is on place 1 be attended be that of scrupulous morality, that the in their hands
another I would." MaMger,) w to. so ,:feeling a full assurance llj
:' .
:t .i'':. dlvfslon.o. ... them in an.examination. of the premilel.Thf" I Match 12. 4wll most fastidious shall have;nothing to objectto there is wanting on the part of our Plane .
will !> vUw of the present ,
this and the
, crop on score- wish'ofthe neither the
, : \ A few years pgo a couple of Dutchmen and from him} ,or the subscriber at St Mary. a, c NOTICE as it.has been and will continue to proprietor be his cessary to sustain liberality the nor Southern mental'igricuhircJ energies n ndar

::;;, the 'of Limestone had Georgia, may obtain the terms of sale. duty as Well as his desire shall, be
"hr upon bills ,' n dread -. WHIPPLE ALDRICH. An I BY its columns in well arranged and digested 'Charleston S: C. Dec.l 1834. ''er
bout killing another' Jacksonville of i ,
r: fulfalling! one Aug.17. 4w31 ih 'Territory, at its last session order ajl that is sound and elegant in literature Persons

, ,."',2: _dog, for 'whic h he sued for daOlages.I .- REWARD. and 1835.= appro the I$icribers by' the''were Governor, appointed., Feb., Com 14th, amusing\ in art, instructive in the scien- ] to W. T. WILLIAMS-Savannah desirous. subscribing: can IK i: nd 1\1'

l They were colled into court and the defendant $100 : ces, and necessary for a correct appreciation office. 8 8THE
I ; ; from the Jail of Monroe Coun missionersscription 0 open Books, and receive sabe ofpaesidgevents..The lai
in the case asked the ESCAPED fo stock of Bank to be ,located .
tt' :, was by Judge, District of Florida, a prisoner a popularity
if lie killed tl .dug.I by 'the name of JAMES S. SIMOJWS, in this fl>wn. to be called THE' BANK will: be the best guarantee now enjoyed for a by careful this journal:adherence BOSTON GAZETTE.-Volume: PEARL AND LIT Founj ut
who was committed to custody on three
i! ."Besure1! tilt i him," said the Dutchman, Indictments found by the my grand jury of said In'' pursuuce| of which the Subscribers and th ti the means hitherto by which it was acquired; Published, 'every'week, by

,< but let him rove it"The bounty, on the several charges of murder hereby git i otice, that the Books for Sub- it, the most patronage flattering extended towards 1S.1AC'C'! < PRAY, Jun.The'work'will Iteir
and scription fc he stock in said Bank will be encouragement! to a be published weellj
in the piracy, and larceny, made his escape by in the <
plaintiff called perseverance ,same
case was on course.
means of false keys on the night of the 14th opened in' i Town, at the CountingRoomof York number containing eight large quarto pjj:
to answer, a evv questions, he was asked inst.. lie is a native of New Hartford,(Con) Mess;.. I anchard, '& Rider, corner (>t New{ August1G. -equal to sixty duodecimo pages-of nw till

'by the Judge what bethought the dog was' a mariner, and has been for several years in Bay and Li x ty streets, at 10 o'clock, A. M. GREAT NATIONAL WORK. laneous and original matter, printed on lor r
command of trading'and wrecking' vessels, on the four h day of rior white paper; with perfectly new t;pe.: sitU
'wonh. and at one time commanded the Schr. Lydiaof W. J. MILLS.- AMERICAN :MAGAZINE handsome title page and correct index r

"Besure,l! said he, "the dog was not Philadelphia. lie is about thirty years of WILLIAM, RIDER. Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to be il- be furnished, and the wotk at the end of rth Ii

wort uottia. but since he was so mean as to age, five feet five or six inches high, has a STEPHEN EDDY, luftratcd ty numerous Engramngs.BY year, will form an excellently,printtdvdcsof pr
: ; tour hundred sixteen equal
o down cast guilty look, dark sallow complexion : ISAIAH ,D. HART THE and pages,
kill l him, he hat.ll' y de full value of him." but from close confinement for several Commiasiontrt v BOSTON\BEWICK\ COMPANY. three'thousand duodecimo pages.

'. ," I months had become somewhat pale,has a remarkable Jacksonv, E. F. A'pri12d.1835. TIIE'luccus which has attended the pub- The volume will'contain twentyixpi"
;,A short tline since, a Jonathan from the scar on his head and some scars '' the best Magazines from ,the: of music for the Piano Forte, &c. equal

country who* 'bad taken lodgings at the about his face. lie is 'well known in New THE LSURER'S NOTICE. English Press, has led to preparations for issuing one, hundred of'common sheet music, dc':< r at
York where (iis wife' connexions reside. a periodical more yartictlarly adaptedto could not be purchased separately for < a
American louse J Boston, was somewhat I the wants and taste of the American than five dollars il dell
'I will give the above reward if he is 1 EASURER'S OFFICE > pub ;, and the publisher t
surprised when'he came ,to the dinner table ed in any Jail in the United State II, secur-I Tall iassee March 8th 1835. ) lic. While it will be the object of the; proprietors mined to procure the simple rather than U c
reward with all reasonable to make the work strictly what its and difficult.. t
same if; complex
i t to' see there: was nothing on it T What delivered to me at Key West. expenses i BY an a< : passed 21st November, 1829,- it title indicates. it..wil1,,nevertheless, containall Although the publisher places 'no dope f

will you have ?" asked the waiter. Jona THOMAS EASTIN, U. Marshal. is pr< ided that all Bonds executed by articles of interest to its patrons, which dance'whatever, in the support of it.ai a i t.
Vest 25 1835. Auctioneer ,shall,be forwarded by the Judgeof appear in foreign Magazines. from its thelt' islc
than stared about him- I dun know. Key July rary paper, engravings,yet
Cou the Treasurer of the Extensive
preparations have entered be frcowPP
'" Would l like ft bill of the fare Sir ?" Florida and thatall Auctioneers into both with presented occasionally,plates
you tOO REWARD. Territory o ; Artists and Authors i to fur. ana wood beautiful 'workmanship iw
Thank shall quart* ly in each commencing on I nish, from all parts of the Union drawingsand ish. E
ye, I don't care if I do take n RAN A WAY from the year I Already have appeared a beaobw
the 1st of J transmit to the Treasurer illustrations
inuary, of every subject of interest, engraved portrait of James FenimoreCM!?
email" piece }t"s ',. about two months since, under oath taken before some Judge, a copy which the publishers confidanUy believe will executed on steel, and a chaste vignette u In''
". his two negro fellows, George of all sale < ected by him, with the amount enable them to issue a work honorable to its
o Extract from the argument of a young i and John., George, :a South and at wha time and place, and for whom title and acceptable\ to the American People. page Its,contents engraved will on be copper.various and tpinttii J n

lawyer before a'Alississipp\ !Justice t-"!tIn; Carolinian born, if 'about 40year. the same w .s made. ,Now, all Auctioneers The American Magazine is published there, wil.e a general record real
old, of the middle o.Ccr
to take notice of said law and ,
are require number
-it please,jhe Court-I had rather live: for well built, he lize'l' containing between ces, Statistics, Obituary'notices, ,
conform suits their Bonds and
to t
or must forty fifty Tn
upon imperial octavo '
at Two addition the' s,
""""thirteen -hundred, eentutle ontb.-mnall'end'of cult__to. .understand...: much what that he at times.. -it is- -dim-- be inl tut d.\ Judges of the County Courtsare DOLLARS per annum, payable in pages advance., suing Literary to Tales Fugitive}Legends and,Essary A'B tor e'

thunder holt-chew, the ragged says tequeSeaiwithou.delay to forward, It camDrisesvPartraitB. anti nn >hl.u1 Sketches. Biowranhv. &c.IDalw1
} a JoAii an African born is about 28 "; Poetry,
yearsold droperly certified and approved the Bonds of Sketches o fd iahed : tbelC'
: ?B Views elegant piper for :and for
of flnah of swallow middle| she stout, fat and of the parlor
'edge a lightning- the Both, a very black Auctioneers, in their possession.I of Public Bu (ding, Monuments, and improvements of polite' literature as contributions tr,3, 1 if
comers of a Virginia : fence-and complexion. jobbing carpenter ,Those I CHARLES_ AUSTIN ; ndscape As
worm the secured
two negroes are probably' lurking in the scenery- bUnd; from some of the most popular
\ hlvo Treasure tpf; the Territoryof Florida. less variet1.d beauty of which in this rican a
tny.bowels torn out by a green brier, neighborhood \VhitesvilIe',on Black Creek, will authors. ,
than to bb }thus bamboozled by the-geutle. Duval County, E. F.;, where they have their LAN I country structionanddescnptionst, farm an unceasing'sour of hi- The work wilt be printed as wellssd '
". ... ... wives.i G wre. at Mr.S. Y. Garey'a and JoAn AT ST. PABLO tification ; Engravings, and tain as much reading 'matter'' as any are
man" "' .. .. at Mr. Brown FOR SALE. Birds Beasts the character, habits, &c. of quarto paper now 'published in the I"? 0e
the .1 I .I. II.As The above reward will bepaid' by Mr. Subac ber offers for sale for cash or I with and Insects, together States; and }it can safely and truly b.
sun in all its splendor was every s bject t
TilE | connected with the
peep. Francis Gue, er-.hxit in St Augustine- the Geography cheapest journal of the kind. .,
..or good acceptances- Hist
iI119\'er the f&stenl.bil *, a newly 'larrit'(1mall thirty dollar on the delivery in the jail of the follriowingtract of fine Live Oak hammock sources, the iry, Natural and Artificial ref Tnls-TJiree dollars' per annum; !' *

exclaimed, "the glory of the world isrLinT said city of each of said negro.; besides the land on St. Pablo Creek bounded u and popular u tnner ountry,,illustrated in a familiar. paper is firmly established be paid JJ w

ll'a wife who happened to begetting reasonable expenses incurred to bring them follows, viz t-<<>n the West by Pablo Creek, Boston BelDicl I vance. Two dollars 'for six- months," w
there, or on the de the sent the Winslow ; Cumpa y.No paid advance.
person on North by Foster's land, on 47, Court S freet. I J
up at that moment, taking the compliment to receive them at any pace where they may; the East and!South by lands of Cornelius i Boston, 1834.

to .herselr.'. mpe 'ed out, what be secured with the proper information given Taylor containing two hundred and thirty United UP"::: Editors 'if Newspapers throughout the e
to that effect to the said Francis Gue. three acre. 1 For particulars apply to ,who wit publish the foregoing JOHN A. SILLOWAV ,
x would!! you say,.mydear, If J bad my new M. DEFOUGERES. I. D. if AT, or Prospectus frora and notice the contents of the Real Estate and Merchandize, Broker ]I'*.

si Uk"gbwn on.") St. AugutinlJulyl 1, 12) JAMES DELL to Magazine the fint TOlume.time to timeabalJ b. entitled Exckange-streft, Boston, M'3- .
"j *; Jacksonville, Jan. 22. 4tf attend to the selling and b1l

A"worthy once 'remarked, that if one STORE' TO LET.THE Any person Ten remitting the shad by mail WILL Real Estate, in every part .
would seat himself in a strong draf of air, STORE at MAKDAMH re NOTICE. post copies paid for ,one'year-and, recede six United States. People desirous of ewing

feet M. nU, occupied i by E. A. Co. persons indebted to the subscriber, as the is continued as long from one pert of the. Union to ono
it regularly
place his, ) a bucket of cold water ALL money forwarded. inform1
can aapplying
,.. H'JItE.q. will be rented on fair by Note or Book account, are requested A liberal price 1I'al1 I be *
and jingle,the shovel and tonga he might4njoy terms It is a good stand for business, andpossession to settle the same without delay j and and well wntten articlel.or paid for appropriate at his office. He will reetw d'** I

;alt the pleasures of,t fag at a can be immediately. no credit will be given at my store after the or n"tiona1.lubjects.drawings. ilIustratiYe } for various kinds Merchandize, cs ri'
: &fui
; .
.Apply to C..READ, near theprendsea.NandariaAugtut3,1B3S. : 10th Marckt HARDY H. PHILIPS Subscri ptiODS possessing interelt. at any part of the Union. Comma
'great t discount from the livery stable prices.; : '.. received at this office. addressed him will be promptly f
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