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: January 28, 1836
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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[JACKSONVILLE COURIER, 'Iy,hard, that while their subscribe their Ban.b-l\Iessrs. d1D10unt, Hawkins, .that two-thirds should bo necessary to give I code. Since then, tho volunteers} ,have returned *

P11SUSHED OJTCK A WEEK sr quota of expense for its support,they should Brown of'Jackson', and Morton. force and validity to the Legislative acts, of ; leaving the foe exasperated, not

c &omm a mm1tmm\\\ deprived of participations in its benefits. Militia-Messrs.\ Duval, 'Hawkins, Hoi- this Territory. And it may bo, fair and vanquished. An efficient force is now in

I : payable half yearly It moreover appears, that,at the last March man, Keenan and Taber. reasonable to suppose, that a failure ton* the field, and,hence,the necessity<< prompt
ii d1 L TERMS adv '-.$4-- per ing year 12 cents., term of the County Court of Walton, the Schools and CoUtrct-Messrs. ''M'Cants, large the number,with the increased number action on your pert, that the,, border war

F inserted and ,contracts Jury lists were examined in pursuance to Berthelot,' Brown ot,,,C-' Johnson r and M' of Representatives; an unintended which prevails may have a epeedy\ ,termi
Advertisement reasonable the laws in such cases provided, and thatat Neill.;, omission. But of this,and the intentJtnentsofCongreFS'yoir nation. I have taken occasion, \therefore,
) hade for yearly advertisement advertising will, on be inserted that i term of the Court, Mr. McKinnonwas Enrolled IMIs-Messrs. Ilawkins, Ber- commiuee'nre not called to urge, that some prompt and active measures .

dyt terms.nlu 'pai4 No for in advance.All one of the Justices of the Peace. pres- thelot and Dennis; upon to judge. They, can only sjfcak. of may be adopted. Your militia laws

communications *by mall be ad. ent, and that these individuals jyere at that Stale of the' Territory-Messrs. Morton, the! lawasit is, and, .the law requites<< i posi. are 'wholly i inadequate to the attaining
n Iresae'd to L.''CURRIER,Publisher may of the Cou- time on the list of persons subject to jury ,Wood Macon, Duval and tferthelot. tively no greater number than nm to constitute any useful and, ,salutary results\ 'DeI.if
ler in all casts, tq be paid. duty within the county of Walton, and that Elections-1\leSsni.1\lacoq, M'Neill, Ke.. a quorum, yet your committee is decidedly some effectual means be npt resorted toofdrawing
m'Us ,-postage they were. : considered citizens the.Ter-, nan, Johnson and hunter; and unanimously of the opinion, to the field, an active and sum*
AGENTS FOR THE'Covnu n. ritory. : C/aiW-'Messrs. Duval, Kenan, 'Ramsey that by implication, Congress intended that dent force,, fears -aro entertained that the
As to the second position assumed by Higgihbottom end Brawn of Jackson. two thirds' at least of the whole hutnhir of Legislative Council pf Florida may afford
FLORIDA.JftwiMnsvilla'JovpH Mr. McKinnon committee are of opinion &rrictflure7-Messnu.\ Meson, Brown of the members of thtf Council,.should constitute room, for tho malicious 10, Leap 'ppro-
C I,, ft. Sanchez. that tdtb ugb- the law in relation, to C., Dennis Tabcr and M'Neill. a' quorum for the'transaction! of business brium and censure, and ea'.in question it*

Spring Grove. -.:1J. Garnson.EsqiF.'M.Mand&tfnJ8 ., P. M.: election returns pave notbeen; strictly complied Internal.Improvements-Messrs. Berthe and it would be expedient to orga. patriotism.Wherefore. ,
&cT, > A.*>nv Cohen>/- ra;ERtJ' with,yet the neglect or omission of lot,'Dennis, Ramsey, lligginbottom, Hollo- nise with a less number. should there U delay in relation
j G the inspectors to perform all the requisitesof man, Brown of Jackso, and Hunter. All of which is' respectfully submitted. to a matter so important, as preparing

steb St. Mary's-: A.:Doolittle'Esq.' 'P; M the law, cannot, upon any principle of And on)motion.of.Mr. Blount! 50 copies SAM'L II. ,DUVAL, the! forces of,the Territory for,active opera
Sa ann A=3. Philbrick, Esq. sound policy, affect the rights of Mr.; Ram- were ordered. Chairman of the Committee. tions ? Already <;iro;)the savages embodied .

,I Jl/aeon-Edmund Russell.,3Ligtslxttbe say., If the principle be established, thatunless On motion of 1lr.Vood' a Select Committee Which was read, and ,concurred in by. in considerable force, and manifest a deter. .; "
the inspectors of an election pre of three members were appointedto tho House. I minati n'to resist,to tho last the just demands \ ,"
d.. < OF THE regulating election returns, the election Session of the Legislative Council-lIessrs.Wood present. the Select Committee, documents/ of battle which hns been fought! ,'and the blood .

TERRITORY, OP FLORIDA. such1 precinct should be nuli| and void, the Hawkins and Duval, were appointed John L.1\I'Iinnoncontcsti' II.G. Ram of your citizens shod on that occasion, testify \t
doot would be at once opened to'fraud and the committee. sey's seat in the Legislative'Council, were to a settled and determined course .of

THURSDAY, January 7.-The House met corruption of the most revolting character. Mr.Berthelot gave notice, that,ho willon taken from the table,'and \placed among hostility. While you 'are deliberating in

a pursuant to 'adjournment, a quorum being It ,would at once place the,, whole elective some future day, introduce a bill, to be the order of the'day for to- orro\\ cold! 'debate desolation" war -gather!
u >resent, the Journal ofyesterday's proceed- franchise in, the hands of three individuals. entitled An Act, to establish tribunal Mr. Hollotnan offered the following pro along your frontiers,and wbmen and) child

4 [ings was read. The committee believe'that there is I, for the trial of slaves, free "and mulattoes amble and resolutions, to, t: ren aro, driven into insecure, temporary
Mr. Wood gave notice, that lie will on scarcely an election held iri the Territory, within this Territory.negroes WHEREAS, It has pleased l tho Almighty forts, to eavo themselves from butc lerr.-

1 some future day, introduce a bill, entitledan where all the pre-requisites of the law regulating Also, a bill entitled M An act for the relief Disposer of t Events, to terminate tho'mor- Encouraged by our'itIpinenoes' the Indians'
act to amend the several acts of the elections, are complied with. The of McCormick\ of Leon County;" 'tal career of the Honorable EVERETTWHITE will soon become bold and :'confident ; and
Lake Wimico and St.Joseph's Canal Company i laws regulating elections, directory in and fE a member elect from Jefferson I, from'their contiguity, may presently march '
uhhi ." Also a bill, entitled" an: act to incorporate i their nature, and if a strict ,compliancewith ,A bill "to be entitled "An act to alter and County i and whereas' it Is both proper upon the Council Chamber. which you are
the town of.Joseph's." all their provisions bras executed, many amend the 4tH section of an net passed on and becoming;;.that 'while we bow to tho occupying.. Shall each one, single'handed, 1

Mr.,,Wood presented, the petition of a elections, from's'"riety' of causes the 10th February, 1832,entitled "An act decrees 'of Providence, to express publiclyonr and at his ,own fireside, wait the 'assault, .. ,
l 'numb 'of the citizens of Franklin county, would be 'nugatory. The inspectors have to prevent the future migration of free neproeS respect for, departed nb. nor venture' forth to meet it ? There is delusion
for,the (removal of the County Site; which not at 'all times the laws before them, or or mulattoes i Into,this ,Territory. and Be it therefore Resolved, I That the Members and danger in the'thousht An
motion laid oil the table 'for within their reach,and owing to'the old fable shows, that while the sticks r
,wns, on his ; sparse for other purposes." of this Legislative Council, do wear ?-
hi hidl the present.' population in certain'sections of our Territory ,1\lr:Wood gave notice, that ho would on .. crape on the left arm for twenty days in token twined' in bundle, could not be bent,:, when

"Mr. Blount, chairman of the select committee :selections' inspectors cannot always ,some future day, introduce a bill, to be en- of respect for the memory, of sold de taken separately, they were easily broken.
?, to whom"teas referred the petitionand be made with that nice and requisitecare tilled "An act to amend the several acts of ceased. If you would vanquish those savages and

d accompanying.documents of John L. as to intelligence, qimlifications, and the Commercial Bank of Apalachicola" Further Resolved, That, a' copy of,the quickly, you must carry'thqwar to tbeirhomescompel
the of II. G. to discharge their'd ties andit them to,the &defensive nor '
. McKinnon, contesting seat competence, ; passed Feb., 1834. above-Preamble and Resolutions be published .S
' Ramsay,made the following would seem contrary to all notions oT 1\lr.l\1'Neill gave notice that he will on in the Floridian. wait their approach. S A "
equity or right to debar a representative of I Promptitude in,Indian warfare Is ever
REPORT* some,future day, introduce l bill, entitled Which were read and unanimously ;
m the people his seat for tiny cause in which "An act to alter the"time of holding 'the concurred in'by' the''Iiouso.{ important I and without activity and decision (
The Select.Committee to whom was referred -
be had no agency, or for a want of a literal County Court of Madison County., The',,House then adjourned: ; until 10 o'- on your part this cannot be effected.."
John L. McKinnon #
of .
I the petition ,' compliance with the laws regulating. tho Mr.\ Hollotnan gives notice that ha will clock to-morrow. Your laws may dO for a state of peace i but
; contesting the right of H. G. Ramsay to retain mode of making election returns.. they ore not suited to the purposes of war.ffrtt .,
E r his sent in the Legislative Council, together The'laws regulating .elections; havo aLways on ituu some- future' day" 'introduce patrols'a bill tkWIS'rerritor. enti- S ATunpArJanuary: 9.--The House! met ,y* ifm-ofim\8d\na\ to thoExecu ,
aci 10 to
ngunmn1Jcf pursuant adjournment, a quorum being right
with the accompanying documents been constructed in every portion of ." the of the tive, a tmbmpel the reluctan.'and! unwilling
"I' present, journal proceedings '
a! beg leave to.Report; our. widely,extended,country.'with'' extreme Mr. Wood", pursuant to previous notice, yesterday was read. to (discharge a common ,duty to
That they have investigated the matter liberality and legal, technicalities !have always asked and obtained leave to introduce a Mr. Stephen' V. ,Walker, (he member their country | on authority, which some j '
with all the diligence and attention'whichthe been 'disregarded. An enlightened entitled! "An emend enti.tied elect from are pleased to consider,improper and dan"t, ,
demands. It bill act to, an act, Alachua County, appeared| andon'motion'of '.
importance ortha subject ? Place then !
liberal that it should the
and! policy requires { tie gerous power anywhere
an act to incorporate a to Mr. Blount, was duly qualified -
held in the company
6 appears, that at the election and so! long as'the sense of the people is cabled the Lake Wimico, and l bt, Joseph l land admitted to take his seat in the that you choose. Let ft. if 'ou please,
county Walton, 'on the second Mondayof clearly 'known, and its voice heard, the Canal and Rail Road Company posed on Il use. abide with committee otlyour own body. ,
last past, !for Member, of the object and end of the,elective franchise is The Governor' unambitious of placia ", ,
taken the llth Feb. 1835-Which, on motion ol A bill, entitled An act authorising the
. Legislative Council-' 128 ,votes were answered. Mr.\ Blount, was' read by its title-placed! Goveanpr to organise a military force for misplaced and hazardous power,will cheerfully *
.ri of which, Henry G.. Ram ny, received The committee has also referred to them the orders of the day for. Monday the defence of tTiis read admit the trust into the hands of any
among ,Territory, was, a
i 65, and John McKinnon, 63 votes. sundry documents and depositions behalf next, and 20 printed copies ordered.1f.t. second' time by the title when on motion safe depository, which may bcfdc' ignated. \ ,"
Mr.'McKinnon in his petition.' assumes of Mr. them is the His only object i is to awaken ofpatriotiem .
W Ramsay ; among Mr. Wood .'asked, and obtained leave, : of Mr. Wood; it was rterred to a committee a feeling
two positions, why the election of Mr Ram of Mr. Thomas Albin 'who declares % ,'and to inspire,*if }he zeal ,
deposition ([without previous': notice,) to introduce:a of the '\vhole-tho House went into : con, '
say should be declared'void. that he is a foreigner, end has resided bill, entitled "An act authorising the Governor Committee'thereon ; and ,after some time for a bold: and'fearless! discharge of those "'
1st. That he (RaQ say),Tins received and in the and thatat duties'which give security to"tbe
years only country, to organise a Military force for'the spent 'therein the committee arose, and piay "
.had counted for him, illegal votes, by ,reason the last ,election, he voted fur 1\fr.Mc- defence of this Territory"-; which was read Mr Keenan therefrom, said bill frontiers. But what signifies those school ",.
of which, illegal!.:votes,he has been.declared Kinnon ; therefore, by deducting the votes and on motion Mr.\ Blount/ ,placed among to the Louse with all but, the reported(title and enacting boy notions about dangers! to liberty, from t

elected. t of William Charles and Dempsey: Fennel, the orders'of the day for to-morrow, and clause stricken',out-which was the granting In this Territory, necessary
2d. That the requisitions'of the Jaw regulating from the poll of Mr.\ Ramsay, afllt the vote 50 printed copies''' lire ordered.On concurred in by the House. report authority: for,"the; maintenance of pence nna '
elections, have'not been compliedwith ,of Thomas Albin from that of Mr. McKinnon The good order An, our institutions of that
in much as the Poll Book of the motion of Mr. Wood, the petition of report Select Committee,on form fancied blast' \
still has one fragile
as ,.Mr. Ramsay vote major the petition of John L. M'Kinnon. that every can :J
Pea river precinct, in said county, was not ity. The committee have unanimouslycome the citizens of Frnnkiirj County, requestinga this contest move them ?' or J jd it unknown"to those :
Clerk of the removal of the County Site,. was taken ing seat of II. G. Ramsey in House,
filled in thefoffice of the countyof to the conclusion, after the most ma- who are rged'vilis the administrationof
was taken from the orders of the
from the table and referred '
Walton.As reflection that Mr. G. is to the Committee up day, affair here that are lucre ,
ture II, Ramsay and read-On they : > trustee H-
( the of the : again motion of Mr,Morton
to the first point;it is alleged by Mr. the legally) ,elected representative from the n State, Territory. the 'House concurred in the of for.the General Government, and that any ,
McKinnon\ that William Charles and county: of Walton, fur the present Sessionof ''On motion of Mr. Blount, the Reports committee.On report the act of.theirs. ;if improper or,wrong, Fan be 4 "j\

Dempsey Fennel, were illegal 1 voters, because the Legislative Council, and request that of the Union, Pensacola, and Central banks motion of Mr. Blount bill entitled forthwith rescinded?,Hence, is there abundant ,i!
under be the further sent to the house' by Excellency the a security against the violation-of: thebrief J
the said Charles voted an assumed they may discharged from "An act authorising the Governor to : ,.
{name, end'",acknowledged that be consideration of the subject' Governor on a former day, were taken from a military force for tho defence of organize this authority; which any incumbent, jf ,..,
,was seaman in the service of the Navy,of .All of which i is respectfully submitted., the table, and l referred to the Committee on Territory," was' Indefinitely postponed.' disposed, can practise! either, for his own ," < J

,the United States, and that said Fennelwas THOS. M.\ BLOcK, Banks. !!r. Hawkins asked and obtained leave advancement, or, with: design to prejudice '.. ';
,a minor, From the depositions and JACKSON MORTON\ _The Select Committee that was appoint (the rule being waived for that the rights of.the people.' \ ftf
proofs'adduced before them, the ,commit.. ISIIAM JOHNSON, ed to inquire into, and report the number of introduce the following purpose) to to ,Another objection understood to be< en* ,' :i'!

tee are, of' opinion, that the votes of said G. S. HAWKIKS," members, under the laws regulating this wit :--' Resolution cenalned,'ygarust adopting any salutary and '.\.;
Charles and Fennel,, were"given for Mr. E. J. WOOD Territory necessary to form a quorum for Retolved,' That the committee on the prompt measures, is that the U. States,and ; ?:
Ramsay-that they.iwere' illegal l, for the Which was read, and on his motion,laid the transaction of ,Business, made the fol Militia be t instructed to inquire into the ex- not the Territory of Florida, arq"bo iod to ;. .

causes alleged, and that he ought not to he on the,table. o,.. lowing pediency, of more ffcctually'organidng enforce the execution of those compact ,,-l'1
entitled to iiny benefit from said votes, and The following communication was received REPORT the Milttla; and 'a'bill' sod agreements,which have roused the In* I.
tbarthey should be'considered as null. from His Excellency the Govern That they have examined the laws report at an early liana to revolt. Wonderful suggestion {r- ,+f ,

It is .further urged by Mr. McKinnon, or- '. throughout from 1825 to 1804.: By the act day.Mr.. Blount moved that the rule be wale And who .is the community, Which makes ? :
of of the 3d March 1635 it is "
that the votes ofA.P..VanghanJ tm Porter 'ExicUrrva'OrricE, ? Congress ed, and that said Resolution be put the United States? Is it pot tlj<eopto 't
and John Anderson, should also be January 7tb, 1836. { providetf that the Legislative Council of its passage-which' motion upon and within our jrtisdictionaj limit*-:.&lha Inhab-
To the Council of the Territory Florida, shall consist of thirteen members, prevailed,. ,
Legislative tantspf this Territory which constitute
considered illegal, on the ground, that they the Resolution passed. 't
of Florida: to be appointed by the President and Senate of the confederacy participating t:
are not residents or the Territory. The On motion of Air. Hawkins, the House portion great -
committee are of aq opinion,that the proofs I nominate Rich'd Hi Long to be Judgeof of which nine shall be necessary to went into secret SeNioR on a nominationfor in its favors .tbariog in Its protoo.tan -
adducer} before them, is not of that character the County Court, ,for the County of constitute a quorum for doing business. office made by the Governor. i and hence, liable for its defence A* 1

which can justify them in declaring the Jackson, in the place of Peter W. Gautier, Afterward, in 1626, the subject was On motion of Blount well might a passenger( board sonfa / '
said votes :to be illeeal. The: committee resigned again taken up, and then the change; took laid the Mr.table the nomination foundering ship, refuse to foil) for her relief: '
must shrink: with diffidence from a decision JOHN H. EATON. place, which gave the right of selecting the was again was opened.on when the door and for his; own safety, on tho.:ground that ..

or even declaration. of an opinion,on ., Which, on motion of 3Ir. Hawkins, was Members to the People, and took :t wpm The House then adjourned until l 13,o'. he was passenger, and no) reipotuibje, .Ii
a question, involving as It does, the boundary laid[ on the table. the President and Senate. The only law to clock: Monday. for any consequences tbat might epsue .:;';

,Tine between Alabama and this Ter- On motion of Mr. Dun), the House be found which speaks of a necessary quo BloHPAr' Jartoary 11 -The House met I appeal to Lyon as those who represent '
( 'ritory ; a ling extremely uncertain in its then adjourned, until to-morrow, at 12 o'- rum to do business,is the act of 1825 above pursuant to adjournment, a quorum beingpresent the important interests of- this Terraory i ,
location, and must necessarily,continue so, clock.FalDu'. referred to, and that fixes the requisite the journal of and Whose vigilance and activity should ,
yesterday's '
at least until it is left to some other arbit- number at nin -the whole number of dings twas read. procee be unceasingly applied/to! carry eat S frfcb-; 4 IjI
Jan. & The House
of individuals -- met pursuant members being at that time thirteenB .- the trust confided to to adept .
than ,
rament, the mere opinion! His excellency the Governor JransmUt fully you
official to adjournment; a quorum being present Jce that lime, special acts of Congress mod -*ome which '
which if clotbed with an garbor ted to'' the House, the following some arrangement by
authority, might have the requisite the journal yesterday's' proceeding have, from seesion to session been passed, security may be given to your bleeding and ;
Height with this committee.It was read. increasing and enlarging the lumber of EXECUTIVE OrriCE, l desolate frontier. The blow which alto( ,, en "
has however, been made to appear Mr. President appointed the following Member of the Council, without ever In January 11, 2830. S them, mat next be your } when ,the ao
satisfactorily to committee, that the last Standing Committees ;- dialing, that any number greater than that To the Legislative. Council.. lace to be derived, from error of con aruo-
named Individuals, serve as jurors paytaxes On the Judiciary Messrs. Blount, Ber which j* find by the set of 1625, should The Mwag which was submitted at lon, awl upinenvtf'of action way J b s converted .
and are subject equally with our citizens thelot, Hawkins, M'Cantsand Morton. be necessary to make,a of this to all the burthen of finance Messrs. Blount, Wood, Hollo- entertained, but that at this period, COB your ww, the necessity of'making iu te> those consequence ,which mal rwulu-r

government, Territory, and U would seem peeutt, man, Morton and.!jarrkina. .;;W.: grew meant" ,with" a.1'iow(0, .legislation, rt+aroendmtau.to to'jour present militia The people already. are ahead of,ifa-"*!ir'xjrt

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Rtsolre4alro That a certified of favorable consideration of the meeting, and when they forced theirwny into the square, people,, great solicitude. for the
3 prepared Wel
and patriotic they are copy (>tire
1 Brave ,
sera a" of and drove the enemy across the river into the Floridian in this,: rI
offer : as
to ; and to go where danger and said Resolutions be forwarded by the Secretary the following resolution part our', day of adv' ,
act read their their fort'caned the Alamo. ,_ and.that both ,of those ''
necessity t is, only needfiiL for the ,of this Territory, to the President and report. gentlemen gave'
situations the battle '
them tofo Vice President'of the United States,to each Resolved; That a Block-House be con 'In these relative personal attendance1 in'
101. mode and; manner getting ) forwarding
and in until the 10th (Thursday) when the ,
tinued j
structed the plan proposed
service, to be definitely' pointedlout, and Head of Department, to the Hon. ,the upon as possible .the aforesaid ?
understood and doubt and Speaker,of the'House! .of Representatives, accordance with the recommendation of enemy capitulated. Buppliea, Th
correctly ,
and those
of JOOO name, of !
the of the committee., By the capitulation, upwards many t.her.VUI
t>f theth, and df tieh alacrity) wilt( and the Hon. the Senators in Congress report n.
300. The
be at an end. To you is the matter sub from'the States of Georgia and Alabama. (Signed) Jon L. DOGGETT. I yielded to less than town forgotten by a Floridian, who has a hew!
4 ,-mined rand on rou-must all responsibility .Which ,were read, ,' and the rule being DAVID L. PALHEL'om'r.I was surrendered 'with of 24 pieces ball brass feel,and tabs grateful.* *

rest for consequences that may ensue.- waived, put on their passage and passed.Mr. SAMUEL BLAIR, artillery, 1900 founds! powder, ,grape '
4 'ghoi ld,' oodtbr evil follow, the honor Morton from the committee on the FARO'R BETHCXE. ) and canister; with the puUic* stores of every We are indebted to the politeness] of '

?acMeved,; or,Jhe, Deflections, which may State of the Territory, to, whom was referred Jacksonville, Jan.23d, 1836. .' description..) & achieved.. ,Willey, for,late .Char e8to papers, con:

arise, must alone be yours., Being1 already the petition of the citizens of Franklin The foregoing report, ,after,an.examination This glorious conquest of was ing together,with: the ;Cheering.in
joss -
the theconquer l1igeDr
with on part
advised,*that"ho 'comp ierit''authority, toJ'trieetthdexigeacite County,praying a change of their county I of the "plan exhibited therewith,was of 3 killed and 30 wounded while that the Citizens of omj# Sister States sjl
ors only of
the 'times Site Reported that the committee having '
of present ,

p accepted and, the resolution therein contained Carolina and
the loss of the enemy in killed is variously Georgia [ore
\Abides with(the 'Executive, it"'will not re- had the same under consideration, had adopted. I makinggreat1g II-

1 ijulre; any'deep rcaeatthJon the (part'of the instructed him, conformity.to the wish The committee ,appointed wait on estimated, at from GO to 150 ertions "to send. us immediate. aid,the determine'Uporl tvhorh ehall lie es of the petitioners to a bill enti- But the joy of triumph was sadly,diminished ing information of the
"IJ ''M; report CoL. John Warren, reported- _. ravages of the Indo,
; -teny mt4ehief that may arise" I speak to tled "An act to change the County Seat, That they waited on Col. Warren immediately by the circumstances that,the brave at New River, Cape Florida and in the
tVou frankly'because the occasion demands and place' or holding the Superior andCoutty on his arrival yesterday in- his Milan;the dauntless leader of the storm, rida Keys. T, 11a

'It If with !knowledge off'tti' Sanger: s Courts of the county of Franklin, place ;' and that Col Warren politely expressed was numbered: among the slain; lie fell 'The Indians commenced
<'which l portend/nothirig can be done, or is and fir other purposes-which vaS first committee his ) by a ball through his head whilefearlesslyanimatinlP their ravageg'u
: willingnessto
lo be done the1 Council 'infor- read tnd ordered for [to the I men to victory.. Long I longwill that Section ,of the Territory, at New
!intended by ; ; a second reading,on lend all the assistance in his ,power to Rivmurdering ,
'!'matldn' fcf' their:''determination 'i is at least to-morrow. aid the citizens in construction of a Texas hit d the friends of, liberty re" thet wife i and.three e' .children

Importanttj# thit the'cltfee'ns of 'n ig boring Block-House or other suitable building of,. member m nt his :fate. Among the Mr. Cooley, and ,Mr., Flinton, a teacher

StiYtes;wlayle appealed'' to,,16 protect the ,PUBLIC MEETIN.G. defence and, safety ; also his readiness to gallant band who stormed the town were Mr. C's family. ) ; .and,'carrying .
'* 's H .nd gTvo'Beduritjrta'the peopleof FIo'Hda ; more than 100 volunteers from the U. S. : away two negroes
:. "'; and thea'the pleasing reflection: may ,- At a Public .l\[ tin.of.the citizens: of confer take into with consideration the committee the ,subjectof appointed{ con to of the South..* The New, Orleans, Grays and a Spaniard. ,The houses on S ev

-indulged thit'ttthera not ourselves; have Jacksonville, hell on Friday,the 23d inst, I such fortification whenever said and Blues constituted! a great, majority'' of River are all plundered, and the inhsbiUnti

. -**. < 'defended.'theJTfiresides"and homes'of the to' take into consideration the necessity of structing committee'should request ,of him the these,"and the remainder were from. different have fled to:Key.'Wesf> Cape Florida, 1\ej\:
:i t- people from fassftulis-from ,.pillage;;,and' providing some further means of defence ;and 'at,whatever:hour they should I parts of the State of Mississippi :The, Biscayne, and theLight t,house at.that place:
for the
i ', from bttrhib. protection of the military stores at whole of them were among the first and have been abandoned by1 the
I "i' <- 3OHN II. EATON., this place) and for the safety of the inhabitants appoint for,that purpose. foremost where the battle raged hottest: and white., aid are
, Asa more full expression of the viewsof in possession of the
'' of this city and 'surrounding displayed throughout; the 'undaunted.bra- savages.!
Which"'was read.: Mr. Wood moved country
Col. Warren on' the subject the follow,
Indians landed ,the
in of on Indian
(' case an attack by the hostile Seminoles -, very of disciplined regulars. Key,
.... that thereof' be ordered The to pre.
Col. Warren
; : SOOJ:,bpies( : ing copy of an order from
; an attack rendered not tending to friendly,but
improbable being
by 'ordered
said Texas will reward with more
'y'eD.Sandnnlsbcmg required on: motion Capt Ross; commanding the post at Jacksonville something<< off:
the late !
I ;r' by>Meatm Hawkins ind.'lVood, were of their disastrous deeds and appalling intelligence was read by the committee. than gratitude and empty compliments that they had disappeared: 'The' greatest alari'and :

'? ; 'yeas.. ')\Jr.- President Alessrav! Benhelot, and movements; CoL ; generous ardour in the cause of liberty, consternation prevail: The'inhabitan
: J.uIEl'DEL was called to the 'Chair ,[CP Y.J.] !
} 1 and ,
. '10" Blount, Brown of Cocuhbia'Birotvn) ofJ., which so promptly drew them to her;aid, areabandonin.g all the other Keys and
: R. B.. ,, : flying
GREGORY Esq., appointed Secreta .'HEAD QUARTERS, <
; Dennis Duval, Hawkins, Iligginbotbam, and that invaluable assistance which .they to Key West; which's also
'Holkrnian( Iltmtbr, Johnson, Kenan, Ma- I ry.Tbo Jacksonville, Jan.22d, 183(;. S rendered her in the hour that tried men's. defenceless :.almost'whollj

1 :'"con, MJNeill, Morton\ Ramsey,;, TaborWalker Chairman having taken his seat, an To WILLIAM B. Ross, Capt. s'o li.. i
\ and'Wood! ; 20:? Nays, none. So appropriate address explaining the objectof Company.Florida Jlfilitia : One writer says that 50,Indians could take
said motion the meeting, and showing,the danger to the place'and destroy'cverything in it. '
prevailed. 'Sir-You
which our nceless are hereby ordered to call to The Courier. At
Mr Wood, pursuant 'to' rrCy'Cusn! tjce, made by'JohnTL deli ; Doggett city,.,is Esq.exposed Whereupon was the aid of the citizens of Duval County, all Cape Sable and Newt River,,the'In'dianshave
'nsked. and obtained' leave to introduce'a the free of color who able do collected considerable
ittvas motion of people are to I a force. and it is
on John L.
."" : bill entitled An hct to ncorporatothe.City .Esq.! / ) duty within the limits of my'command, for THURSDAY: 28. posed that a\ these,two points they intend to;

,, -, of St.: Josepb-which Ms motion: was placed read among the first'time'and then '"/ IluolvcdThat;, whereas large quantities the purpose of constructing' a'Block-Ilouso' Arrived?.Wednesday morning, ,,4 o'clock, make a stand.;, ,The ''condition of the people
: on ,
at such place as be selected : and
: of may you
{;1 i\" ',orders fbr'a'scp'ogd'readiugonto-day ,", ) military the United stores and provisions,' be. are required to lend your personal aid so the fast sailing Sehr. George '&Mary, Capt.: is represented as most distressing, and the
longing to
States ale
-: ''" Mr\ Wootf, pursuant to previous? notice, lOhe Jacksonville, now deposited far as you! can and not interfere,with yoo'rother :Willey; with'a rapid run of 18 hours,from prospect before thew dreadfully alarming.

','' 'asked arid'obtained leavota iutroduco.a bill there are no military Town works whatever, and for duties as officer aforesaid. ',41* Charleston to the St..John's' Bar, and 40 ,The'papers furnished us by Capt. Willey

(,t "entitled' ".An act tojaine'nd Bank an act'incbrpo-: tho,defence of' said! ,Town ; and it appearsxpedlent 'Given under my bond on the"daJ' i fd hours to this place, bringing provisions to the contain.the'welcome'intelligence'thatactivepreparations
rating ApalachicoJa -
.' and necessary that ,measures year above written. amount of$:>,000, shipped by I Gen. James ,are making, in South Carolina
Ja- llIcV. read,the. first' tuna by its ti-
: (Signed) .
5. 'Itle, 'and .referred. to the'Committee'on, should' of 00't8ken to place the said stores in Col.Com. 4th Reg. Florida Militia\ I Hamilton,' Chairman of the< Committee'appointed and Georgia, to send forces into the Territory

'I n .' ;.Banks. 'a state greater security than they nownre'tlre'more by: the Citizens of Charleston, to immediately for their protection. Meetings .
especially as Gen. Clinch The report was accepted, and on motion '
Mr. BehHelo pursuant to previous, : and send have''boen'held '
no- for
to the destitute in
supplies that'
procure purpose
ice asked and'obtained 'leave introduce fp>m the inadequacy of his forces,has, been of Samuel Blair, Esq. the"copy of said or- '
1a entitled "An act establish to tribunal compelled to retire 'within his, works, der to Capt. Ross, was made a part of the people,of East Florida. Charleston, iri'Savannah:, i in Augusta, and in
bill; a
pie I for the trial of Slaves Free Negroes whereby the Seminoles I are.leftin' possession report of the committee.' ': Said supplies(;consisting of 101 tierces of Darien, and' we,, doubt', not in .;.many,other

'' 'andDlIatta9! within this, Tcrritory'J of the ,Field, and orCv now actually On motion of R. B. Gregory, Esq:it was Rice,; 200 barrels. Pilot Bread ;'25 bbls.; of parts of those 9tateis.., Volunteers are gener

"Svhich Wad read: the first time! by its title, in the neighborhood.of Picolata on the St. Resolved, That the committee of four Beef; 25 bbl .. of Pork ; 10 sacks of Salt; osl1.offe i g !their services'and.will soon be

,and rcfcrtcd'to'tjiOCommittee .ou the Judi Johns.. Therefore," appointed 'yesterday on the'subject of a 500'bushels'of' Corn ,1 bbl..of Vinegar,'to- on the theatre of action.. ,Augusta hasralsedICO
It' i Block-House be continued committee
cia; .J' ''i expedient to construct ,a Blockhouse a The'Richmond
;. or other building.,or ,buildings of whose further duty it shall be fo overseeami getherwith1boxofMedicinesareconsignedto : 'volunteers.' ,:Blues con-
... : ': Also, A BUI entitfcdiA< $':actJor: the re dai'.a.. In..:-tbM>.ity.(...lL. p..*..t o.of direct jha.construction of said Block- Dr. Joseph M. Simmons. ,Agent,who came slating of 100 volunteers, were to, hare left
'" ;I. 'first britstitterpndrrefer( \ to.the Committee our.military'; stores and' 'tho'safety, of our House, agreeable to the plan exhibited on board the'George &,Mary, with instructions last Sunday'*lri the'steam packet bn David

:; "; : :. :)oft Claims. people. ,with their report; and that the chairmanof to'tomb first at Jacksonville, next at Mongin, for Pic ataunder command of dp-
;'" notice that ire ,On motion of Samuel Blair, Esq, it was this meeting, Capt. W. B. Ross and. W. and tain Robertson. (
' ; ::Mr'\ Bl'Neillgave! ,, << would 1 Mandarin Picolata ; and upon consultation .
S. DON ,
be added
That said
''' Resolved, a committee'.or four' be LDSGN to committee. '
'I -8OTle'.rllt r 'day, introduce a bill, to be 'with the said Brevet Gen.''Eustis;
; entitled"hn'act Declare tho Fcnehollo- .appointed to'select a location,for,and makea On'motion of Judge Bethune, the Secretary officers at posts,to leave teach will soon repair to Si
'..1- to ( : draft of such'Block-House or other forti: was directed to embody in the first I such quantity of said'8Ui>pli s, at the Augustine,at the head of volunteers or S.C.
"SvaRiver .in.AlahsCn County a navigable
; \: : streatn.,:' ., fications as they matdeem advisable;; also'to resolution'passed at, the meeting of yesterday wants of,eat hand the distresses the,inhabitants Militia, to:act in co-operation with'General

,; .. prepare estimate of the probable, the' following, as.a preamble to said and 'their Clinch
Mr.Be'rificlot f gave notice, that ho would' cost military exigencies require. Despatches have been received bjGen.

on fund future day, introduce a bill, enti thereof; and report the same to tho ,next resolution.To wit .' u Whereas Gen. Eus'tig sent on also in the .George'& .-Eustis, 'authorising him 'to call on the
tIed;"A 'iei toaltecantichange the terms 'meeting. : large quantities of Mary 2 field Governor of'S.: Carolina 'for
pieces' ammunition'and 1000, or mow
In of 'above and
r\oC\ the Middle\ Dis- pursuance the resolution, military stores provisions belonging to
!]of the 'S"ip : uf1lJri 4,000 rounds'of ball cartrides to the militia, and informing him Gen.Clinch,
, .s; ict Florida.. Messrs. David L. Palmer, Farquair Be- the United States,are now deposited in the that

,: Mri:''Morton:. gave notice, ''tbnt.ho will I on thune, Samuel Blair; and John L. Doggett Town of, Jacksonville, and there are no this port.; is authorised to call(:UPOQ- the Governor of

r" -L" some future, ,day, ask'.leave= \o, ,,introduce a'bllU'tobp were appointed'' said committee. military works whatever for the defence of This relief sent by out brethren in,Charles the States of Georgia and Alabama;forma

r; ,i entitled "an';:acno incorporate On motion of John'L. Doggett, Esq. said Town, and it appears'expedient and ton, comes in good time, and will save many a to cooperate with the''regular troors.
'"i" Florida1 Insurance and'Banking Com'pdriy. Resolved, That CoL Warren be request=; necessary that measures should be taken to family from The Norfolk Bank-
"tho extreme suffering. Great num- Beacon says that Col.J .
I' "1-I" et'' : ed to lend all assistance in hiS'power; to place the said stores ,in a state of greater ,
(c'f= bers of women'and 'children driven, head will, in a fe'Y. to Florida,
: Afr"\> notice ,that ho will aid in the)construction of said fortifications. security than they now ,are, the more es : from days, proceed
; Blotint ; on
i *tr! 'some..fikdre'dayaskleavelntroduce'nbill gave On motion of R. B. Gregory Esq. pecially'as Gen. Clinch, from".the inadequacy their, desolated homes, are assembled 'at'this to assume the command. ;.of' the.Artillery in

l 4[ ,", Tto'autb'9tJttThOmu i Copper to'establish' Resolved,, That a committee of two be ; .of his forces, has been compelled to place at Mandarin, Black,Creek, &c destitute this quarter

: ;::x e Terry across the Es anibia River. appointed to wait on ,Col. Warren to solicit i retire within his works, whereby the Seminoles and unable to procure the means of sub- 'The Charleston I City 'Banks;, complying

t ,Also d':biU'to' amend an,act authorising his' assistance as aforesaid ;lint)request him' I are left' in possession of the Field sistance for any length of time. The country with the proposition, 'made;''by the Bank of
: to confer with the committee appointed in I and are now actually in the neighborhoodof '
: AbrahamliJllltitead''to\ l .establish. a ferry is almost Charleston Government
: entirely.destitute of provisions.Alachua have advanced, as' a loan to
'l' pursuance of,the second 'resoluti n. Picolata on the St. Johns. Therefore"On
"across the Escambia River. '
.I '<"l J In with the' motion of ,.the most fertile portion of East Flo $5QOO'ellch, making sum of from
above l\re\ R. B Gregori..RuolVtd : ,
; .', Mr. Blbum presented)the'petition, :.of B.: D. pursuance srs. :
1 3 'Wrighr'si1d'.'others: > } ;act_of in. Wm.: !t. Ross and R. B. Gregory were appointed That, in the ,opinion of this ride, has been completely"swept. of the, products $20, to $30,000' ,. for' the immediate.. relief ofFlorida.

", .; tt-l'#. 'co' oration; for th4(tFensacola'Steam SawMill said ,committee.On meeting, Gen. Clinch and the officers and of the .soil. :What the Indians have ," .

il Company, which,'was' referred to the'comraUteOjOn motion soldiers of the United: States Army, under spared, the troops and the' congregated inhabitants The citizens of Carolina, and Georgia,are
,: : Adjourned till tomorroweleven:: o'clock his command, also the officers and privatesof
the State of the Territory will Boon indeed
,7' consume. It is time too, acting a noble and generous( part/
A.M. the Florida Militiaand volunteers havemthen '
of the
: : "Mr.'Duval presented petition that our planters, ,our husbandmen" should They evince' "determination to pot
fi1 Union' Rail Road Companyorth Territory January 23d,1836. several engagements with the Serpi-
Dole Indians commence preparations for raising a the a speedy to the devastations and_butcheries
of Florida-which was read, and referred Met pursuant to adjournment. acquitted themselves with crop stop
ta a select committee-Messrs. Duivsl I Col.. James Dell having taken the Chair, great bravery and honor,and that an ex coming season. In a few weeks it will be of the savages. ;!God send them speed io

1 ,Blount, llawklua,and.Wood,'were. ap- and the minutes of yesterday's meeting pression of our thanks is due to them. too late. Should the Seminoles be swept ,their philanthropic proceeding We Floridian -

.. 'pointed thereon. read and approved, the committee appointed On motion of John L. Doggett, Esq. away, and quiet and.security restored to our will owe 1 thenUa debt of gratitude,i

Mrr'..Wood offered the following resolu- to select a location: for, and make a Resolved That the proceedings of this distressed Territory,' more speedily than which, it would be a burning sin in mate for
meeting signed by the Chairman and ,
'tionsr such jllock-Uouse orother fortifications rational man ,
,Resolved,. by the Governor and Legislative as they may I deem advisable alsoto countersigned by the Secretary, be published to their anticipate tomes till, 00. peoplereturning .get 0) *' .k

11 Council of tho 'Territory. of Florida, prepare an estimate'of the probable,cost In the Jacksonville Courier; and that desolate ruins would find them On Saturday the Revenue Cutter Jbffec

That it'is' highly Important<
"<{tv.*nffii.t la rim TwmiAn ,of John Doggett, Esq. the following Adjourned- without a day of the. necessaries of life, and of the theSt10hn.. .- She is _nt

: .f:; -Middle. ''and West Florida,that a law sliould4w REPORT. AMEN DELL; Chairman meant of procuring a subsistence during the opposite our city General
I 'at the' Session of Con: R. B. GRXQORT, Secretary. time I hither to be subject to the order bf
passed1 present The committee to whom was referred requisite to raise a supply from the soil
"E- f' 'gress,forl'the erection of a light-house on the subject of buildings Block-House: .for with the sweat of their brow. Clinch. We sincerely trust t1ia.t'the Central

'theV-i Southern: extremity of ,Cane St Bias, the ,deienee of this post of the of GLORIOUS jaws FROM TEUI. St. Antonio AB will find means :to make the '.erf1 "
county now
end also oh'one of the point at the entrance Duval, have directed me to report to this hu fallen Jt 'was the principal post! U Bitnatedlthe condition of our people of Capt Jackson and his crew.ava.iJabl.iD;

-,,'; W the Bay'of, St.:(Joseph ; that the city oft meeting, that they; have had the whole sub the despot Santa Anna in Tens. lamentable,.and will become more and I keeping the' river clearof Indians and their
:'St.1'Joseph should also; ,at this,session of before them and This took more distressing every day such a, state of
; I It ject have fixed upon a event place on Thursday, December boat, and communication between the pub
Conferees made bylaw a Port of Entryand for things continues.
proper place its location, and have also 10th. '
the river "
t-;; Deliveryand a'Debenture Port; ar.tfj" drawn:up a plan,which is herewith exhibited The New Orleans Bee The report of the arrival yesterday morning on open. While
gives the citi
thara1:'Post'Office, 'should be established that in their opinion is I following of at anchor, the wu"viiited by most of our
judicious! supplies for the
account of the attack and use of those in need '
t..j', jthereAt\ juularrangeraenta made oa MOD asp if said house I be! constructed in accordance I capture of that important caused zens. Capt. litely Showed them

'',:, & Mfor' the conveyance of a tri- with it and placed where the committee place.., many a desponding heart to beat with every thing interesting and to them 'wTe1''

\ '. ;weeklyNHfcoil, to said city.-by land via Ma- recommend, ,it will be fully,sufficient for On the Saturday previous (the 5th) 300 gratitude and joy. Oar brethren in Charles on board eta schooner of war. ,

'I; -tUwBauJFackion ;County f,andlikewise, all th 'obj6fts expected to.be obtained. In of the Colonial troops entered the town of ton and elsewhere, may be assured that their '

; that no:: qfficial nautical survey 1 t.e made of relation to an estimate of the probablo expense San Antonio, under the' command of CoL benevolence, kindnep and liberality, ore appreciated The Savannah Republican aye :-J'W.

," : jthe.harbor oCSu Joseph and the entrance of the work, your committee have Benj. R. Milan. They could not at first and that the ferrant of understand from a letter read to M, from;*

... thereof.. '' not n.ahl, to satisfy themselves with .I get possession of the public square owing I II many a mother and orphan child prayers will ri e highly respectable cit 3en'of Camden Coo"
I.t'.:, "x J Rwoireyj Thar ten certified copies o f sufficient accuracy to report thereon; but to the walls and ditches across the mouths in gratitude to the throne stiles of*
of that 500 :40
Heaven Indiana were'nthin
"fC:.:;. aid Resolutioa be forthwith transmitted to further state, that from the general calculations of the streets, each of which was likewise calling ty,
'- the Honorable the Delegate in Congress by they bare made,the'probable expense defended by two pieces of artillery' and in down blessing on the heads of their benefactor St. Mary's, committing depredations. To*

the' Secretary of the Territory J'and the wilt be so inconsiderable as to present no 'consequence of this, they occupied some letter doe not mention whether they art 01

laid Deleg"f in hereby requested to use obstacle of sufficient. consideration to'dis buildings and tops of bouses adjacent-.. We are gratified to learn,that Genu Hamilton the Creek or Seminole Tribe -we shoal

I his utmost exertions to promote f.! ,'objeets courage the plan Your committee therefore Here they remained battling unceasiugly and GeL Hayne, manifested,,by their suppose of the former, ax it is'rnmottd the,

expressed I! ty aid,reiohnbo;:;,. r*1 f,i -' recommend the proposed work to tho night and day until Wednesday the 5tti, exertions in sending...... relief to of'suffering. have.joined: the latter..' w-. :'.i '

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,AsrtoaticEiatht'Dr! ; Joseph M. Simmons, PUBLIC MEETING. e hope his Chiefsktf will be polite enough I 'EAST FLORIDA I LIST LETTERS- :,LETTER'

|immediately on 'hie,,drnval at this'' place, re. At a public, meeting of the also, beforehand, the day of his RAIL ROAD COMPANY., REMAINING In the Post Office a't Jack' ,

I us to announce, th'at ll He had been Jacksonville,held on Thursday the visit, so that,with our scanty means, I Is hereby given that a meeting County, $n the let ('1
quested NOTICE
of and if taken.
the day not out
Citizens! of Charleston with Col. JOHN WARREN was, called to as far as in lies be with Stockholders of East Florida .
[sent on by the us prepared Rail Road will be held on' the first in three month, they will be sent to the General ti
Surgical supplies to render and Dr. EDW': S. ALDRICI* block-house completed to him Post Ofilc dead Letters. .
[Medicines and give a Monday of February, 1836, at :3J o'clock, P. M 'i in ;

I such medical and surgical assistance, as maybe tary. ,reception in. military style, and the Mat No. 1, Commercial Wharf, in the.City K ..a '
( required'by the inhabitants of E. Florida After a few remarks by the cup of tea" his U Chufship" ever of Boston,; to choose Directors for the year Chester Biibce, 2 Zeph. Kingsley, li :
ensuing, agreeably to the act of incorporation: James Buckland, John Klmme.;
Different plaining the the .
the and that object of
at posts ; ,
[or the troops SAM'L S. LEWIS'President. John P. Brown, f.L j s

[he is ready to render such assistance to all On motion Ctfol. Del Extract from a letter, d4ted"TALLAHASSEE Boston Nov. 24, 1835. 42 William Braning. Joseph B. Lancaster.
the e. Resolved, That a committee of C .I"!
[who require; J_ pointed to draft resolutions JAN. 17. DRY!GOODS, GROCERIES, &Co Colt & Bouroson \ 3.MUle. .,' 9

Although most aaxious to do so, we hear feelings of this meeting. i THE EDITOR:-I have seen Mr. Subscriber respectfully Informs the William H. Carole, 3 William MoKay, ,.9Anrt

respecting the battle" 0. M. Dorm an, R. B. pregory, who [brings despatches to this place TilE. that he has just returned from Jane Ann Clarke', Mangham, 9
farther particulars T. F. Clarke. John McLitan.Francis .
ino L. Dogett, Esquires, were lIe states that 2 companies to wit: New, York, with an entire new and full assortment
fat Mrs. Anderson's plantation,no intelligence Gardiner and Fraser set out on the "of Dry Goods, Hardware and Cut Donald on Piles
[from Mosquito-none; from St. Augustine.r committees;who after a short Tampa Bay for Fort King. On lery, Shoes and Hats, Groceries :and Provi-t{ Wm. S. 2
Doctor P. '
ed and submitted the following of the 2Sth,'while in the heart sions, Drugsand Medicines Crockery' and J. Downer Thomas Penney,
I Capt. Parker reports that there were three which, re. unanimously: adopted. enemy's country, and within 15 miles Glass Ware. And hopes by his attention, to Philip Dell E M.Betty: K,Pritchard Plnckston., .

families murdered between St.,>,Marks and 1. Resolved, That we feel "duly ground where the battle Was fought merit a share of their patronage and assures n ., ,:

I Tallahassee together with an overseer, for the sympathy manifested by Gen.' Clinch, and others on the 31st able them, that fr his Cash Goods will in be barter sold at for a reason S. J. Eubank.,, Thomas JU gley. v>
price or country
of South Carolina and Georgia most destructive fire in F William '
: was poured 'n. II. PHILIPS.1 B. Rost., .
On Thursday the 22d inst.,while the steam- timely efforts,and liberal 'the Troops, from a dense thicket by produce.N. D.-CASU paid for Cotton, Hides, Deer L. & G. Fleming, >, B' '.
was side the wharf at lieve our distressed condition, and the road on one side was' bounded, Skins Tallow Moss &c, Charles E. Flinn. 9Archibald Edward II. Sams,
1 Florida lying along ,
er to the cruelties of J
exposed 'G Saundsrs
a could Mary
not be met for they ; ,
enemy Jacksonville,Nov. 20. 40tf '
Picolata,some persons attended by a guard of and savage foe. not be seen. The .regulars, officers I Graham, John Q. Smith. V

eight men,went, from ,the, house to remove: 2. Resolved, That our heartfelt all continued to fall,without means of ,_ NOTICE." John Gos, iT
I two pieces of ordinance which had been landed due to all those, who have () or chance of" 8cllpe. In a few persons having claims :'against the Britton George, 9 RichardTrowbridge,
services for the protection! 'of our' ; ALL' Doctor E. Guillaudtn John G. Tyner, '
\reaching but of the late JOAN 1'. BROJrNde' '
the [Soon every man was prostrate two :
from steamboatj lives and all most dear tows from John Guilbert, Lewis Thigpin.,
ceased and all indebted to1 ..aid'e.. : '
escaped. Ono oth soldier; who persons
[ the wharf an Indian was observed skulking in of the savage, rwh6.'spares : D. S. Gardiner.Isaiah W'
ges tate to their claims and
wounded and the In- are requested present '
the scrubby -thicket aU, little distance. helpless innocence of infancy,nor plundered by make payment, of their debts! to F. J. Jurv H John Warren, : .
itude of but inflicts his succeeded in crawling off and escap- D.Hart ,8 Charles Willey >
from the age, sox'of St. Geo. or ...'G. BROWN'ot
'Capt. Hebbard taking a Marys,
; : gun ties, alike upon the defenceless and,t making in all saved, only three. Ono New Orleans Executors. Isaac Hendrick"1{ .3 ,Timothy Wightman, .
[hands of one of his boatmen, proceeded towards 3. Resolved, That our friends who escaped, lay concealed in the ,'. ,J., JUDSON Executor.Dec. James M. Harris, J. II.; Wood' ,

j the spot where, he observed something ton, and foremost among them, during the day. Ho Hates that very .'3d,'1835. .' : '41tf James'R. Houston. !Theophilus 'r. WoOd; ,

having the appearance of an 'Indian., Step>> ton and Gen.IIayne, by their scalped. His impression is, that "" ISAIAH D. HART, P.M.:, }

from behind the top,of a fallen, tree : philanthrrphic kindness, extended suppose that not a man escaped. NOTICE.. < I
ping ; the Indian and fering Citizens of East Florida, carriage and wheels of tho field piece I shall make to,the next Coun- PICOLATA HOUSE.' 4
which' he had ranged between under a debt of gratitude, which, we. the troops had, were set on fire and 'ty Court of Columbia county,((which'will The '\inderst in6d'' respectfully announces t
himself advancing, he saw distinctly an In- acknowledge. Major Dade who commanded tho beheld on the first Mondayfin April, next) 'to the ,Public,' that he intends ",
[diim'standing motionless between and partly 4. Resolved, That the supplies and tho officers who accompa for a division of the cattle of:JiBEL' G. LOP opening, early in October,the d.

behind two small ',oaks!!, and ,looking at the ions,and medical and surgical aid, ,him, volunteered it seems in this at- #late of said county deceased ; all persons Hotel known PICOLATA HOUIK.: The building ,
about the wharf. Iv sent by the Citizens of to cross the Seminole country, in the having claims against said cattle will having been greatly enlarged, will comfortably
persons h the noblest feelings of of an order made [by Gen. Clinch render 'in their account. on;'or before that accommodate. numerous company, G,
Capt. Hebbard ,fired upon.hiinwhen: the part, and excite the liveliest this commenced." time. JAMES' 'EDWARDS. the Rooms will be well furnished and the .

Indian,broke and ran. farther into the. bushes. tude in those of us, whose des war Deo. 41835. 3m42NOTICE. Table richly supplied with the best fare the ;
writer of the above under the head of .
condition has thus been affords. '
j Justbefore he fired Capt. Hebbard saw three pairing: country
and will relieve,from the miseries adds- .; Picolata is situated on the St. Johns river,
of into
other Indians creep out the scrub many a mother and orphan; express has this..moment arrived SIX Weeks from date, I shall apply to the forty miles above Jacksonville, and eighteen I ,
plain sight-who also, ,upon the discharge i of with our own, will ascend in Eastern frontier the Judge of,the County ({ourt of miles Welt ,of St. Augustine j with a stage : :,t'
tude Heaven our bringing news, Duval for letters of administrationon communication d. of three <
to County requlnngonlyk
into"the thicket again. earnestly ,
the ran Allsten's has
killed 10
gun them into ings for our preservers. party, or the estate of FRANCIS F.1ULK, late. of hours.-The climate is remarkably mild and ,I.
,The guard and others pursued -killed.while in the act burning i said County and from the humidity VI' ,
of them. 5. Resolved, That the citizens of deceased.DEMPSEY I balmy, being exempt
hammock but without discovery sc. BYNOM. of has (,'
the and Darien have acted time sea atmosphere, proved highly
Augusta a
It is the impression'\ that. the !Indians' 'who thy of so generous and. ,noble a'' from another. !,ly the same gentleman January ,7,1836., .. Cw4G! I' baneficlal to invalids:laboring, under pulmonary ;?i:!

have been, so long' lurking about Picolata, '6. Resolved, That, the thanks of dated NOTICE. iA Ste affections.1.mboat'runnlna; { weekly between this< a?\

which place 'would long ere this have been ing are kindly tendered to ; "JANUARY 18. IiE heretofore bace and Savannah, will afford every deslra- 1:f-

laid i waste and in their\possession, had it not, tion mlley with, for his his fellow energetic citizens efforts, in;\in -THE ,EDITOR:-I wrote you yester- JL, under Co-partnership the name'of L.CURRIER &existing Cu. hu Lie facility communication, between the- ;"

been,protected by,those noble Savannah volunteers wishes in furnishing his vessel and\\( and said as nearly) as I recollect, that been dissolved by the' death of ELIJAJIVIL 'two With places.these., the : "*.i-"
not to be forgotten under Dade had LIAM All persons having demand. againstthe advantages, undersigned '''
whose names ought services agreeably to, their_request. Major no Ito
unremitted attention
hopes by personal :
intended to plunder.the.steam boat if they On motion, { .of making resistance. Since said firmi are requested to present the render entire: satisfaction to all who. may '
I same' indebted to said! firm '
when few or the : that, letter! I learn from good au make persons favor him with their patronage.JOHN. J
could have found an opportunity Resolved, That proceedings of t to payment to the subscriber,. who is
whereon ,board, or to pick ,off.' some of ing signed by the Chairman and that our troops fought desperately ; authorised to receive the same. P. LEVY; x- ',
none the ed by the Secretary, be } tney 'fired thirty rounds 'with their L. CURRIER. Picolata, E. F. Sept. 12. 8w38. "

the ;passengers or boatmen while on Jacksonville Courier, and in the piece; That Capt. Gardiner contin November,1t ,',183., '
wharf about to embark. But Capt. Hebbard cities of Charleston, Savannah, cncoiirngoJiia-raan an .aftervbolb' his NO TICK. ,'i L':,
-I '
j and the ,volunteers now at .Picolata, !are not Darien. were shot off.'The dense thicket from NOTICE. T THE ''subscribers stock of having died of' ally\ V,.
: goods ,,
I We ,that Capt. JOHN WARREN, the Indians fired, was upon the right A LL demands. the ifr f
to be caught napping.. hope EDWARD persons having against RIDER, and having taken the store lately occupied ,
I Stephens' four Brazen Bull Dogs," which S. ALDRICH, Secretary road as the troops were passing-tho Ela.torMARYHOBKIRKdtcttMod, by them, they! cheerfully recommendtheir ''','
high grass, which terminated in a are requested to present them duly attested, customers to patronise him. .,(
now'guard Fort Charley The citizens of Leon County, I'V: or swamp, at a littlc'' distance." to the undersigned, on or before the lit day Mr. Rider is fully. ''a'uthorbed 'to,settle all : .; I

are apt to bite when they bark,will havean observe by,the last Floridian, i of February next, and all persons indebted to our Book accounts contracted in our store :y.
opportunity to bark fairly at those prowling dinner to the volunteers who ( Several articles prepared for this said Estate are requested to make immediate business. Those indebted to .,. either by '; I :
and to bark the trees if the Indians 'paper are:omitted for want of room. payment., note'or book account,are requested to call at, ", .
savages safe- campaign, against the JAMES HOBKIRK ) P hts store and pay the same without delay,' or' ;
'take to them, too closely for their This is very well. Gov., Eaton E are authorised to announce the name- WILLIAM J. MILLS.Jacksonville 5 : rl. suits will be,commenced. i. / ..', !
ty. Call were present. Among the of TIIOMAS S. RYAN,as a candidate ( Oct. 1* 1835.- Udtf BLANCHARD RIDER.' i

The Talla.hasseeMail_ Carrier reports that after the removal of the clotli.wa. e,office_of Sheriff for puval County. NOTICE. Jacksonville" Sept. 17th,' 1835. 35tf,: \\p ';: 'i I

j he heard 'on his route, that Captain Wm.:B: ed to see the following E are'authorised to announce the name ''ALL persons having demands against the NOTICE.( "a I ;. :'l

the 17th inst. ,cross- Maj. JOHN H. EATON, bur of WV WAS1HXGTOX, M. IVES, as' a of'Mrs. CLEMAJTr/JfE GAU H'AVING purchased DLAJfCHARD ,tf \
Hooper was on Sunday man respected by all who know for the Sheriffalty of Duval county 77 ft,.'dec will present them properly attest stock of Goods in this place, y,t j!
ing his men and horses over the Suwannee To which, Governor Eaton ensuing election. j21' ed.- and all persons, indebted to said Estate,' and I taken)i the;store recently occupied I by: ti :
River, near .Suwannee Old Town, when he propriate reply; and concluded will make immediate payment to'' them, I calculate replenish the 'stock with, j'i. G
the following sentiment. The W.B.ROSS.Jacksonville such .articles as 'may.be wanted to hare.. f.
attacked by a.body.of Indians. Capt. 7"E are authorised to announce the name .
was had crossed 9 hor- Florida-Too prosperous to seek.' of .THOMAS SUAREZ, as aundi..1, July ., 1835., Kttf- good u.ortment'for this market; ">"'''' \ ]t
r H. had only 15 men, and and, too brave to decline it when Im for Sheriff of Duval County, at the r en I I -' ID"Purchasers will find it for their interest !" ij
ties over to the west side of the,river, when Gen. CLIKCII-A command election. j2d NOTICE. to call as abpve.' ,, > ; :
I'L' "
the attack drove his men the, notice of the General QT Pay on delivery .. I ,
the Indians made 'I Week's from date, I shall apply; to the WILLIAM .. !, '
back and captured the 9 horses. Two Den, [Had. the above toast .-The friends WILLIAM'B. i SIX the Judge of Duval County RIDER, '
HART him Candidate for or Jacksonville, 8.pt. 8, 163G., .35tf/, I,
Pendleton and Jessy Hicks, were express more clearly what; we propose as a I for letters of Administration on the Estate I
Henry ,
I mo/tally wounded; One Indian was killed, intended to be expressed, to wit :, of Duval",the ensuing four years. CHARLESOrr, deceased.L.CU.RRIER.:. I PUBLIC NOTICE:' 'r" ; J 'i

and another wounded, supposed mortally. Clinch is a commander who merit* *-WHJLIAMi HICKMAtf, Esq., Jacksonville, Dec. 3., 6w41 Is hereby given to ail persona, that the :
able notice of the,General ,is.announced by his friend., u a can 1 I Commanding Officers of the.differeat/ ./Ir"

TEXAS.-The 'accounts 'in 'the, papers'' respecting should like.it much b tter'.] for,the Office of Sheriff[for Duval NOTICE.CLEM'S Guard l Stations, have itrlct Orders to,arrest' .
in at the next election. 'J28 and detAin under all slavci end tree II
guard #
the barbarity of the ,Mexicans, Gen. R. K. CALL-The V OFFICE-DuvAir COVHTT, ) ,
shooting Tampico, the 28 prisoners taken Militia of Florida, have full NOTICE. ". Jacksonville, August 3d, 183;., ) colored persons found'at large, except y .f
.and in with ; ?"
the actual' service cowpony ;.f
talents and in his
somewhat con- military bravery. ; penon.'havinl deeds or'other '
from Mehia'a expedition are of the After this toast was drank, Gen. weeks after date, I shall apply to the ALL of writing', any to be recorded, their owner or overseer., ,t .Hsv \.. '., ( .\,.;- '(?-
:flicting. i According to one informant : an address suited to the.occasion, County Court of Alachua County for will please leave the money for recording the Tenons are therefore requested "to gov-; (
N. Orleans Courier, the most barbarous and ; present junction of public affairs, of administration on the estate of. same also-otherwise the deeds or other in. em themselves, accordinglv1. :. ,
outrageous cruelty ,was exercised on those I ed with the following ROGERS, deceased.JOS. '' struments will not be placed upon record until l IOIlN wAI9REN"-" .' f'

prisoner. While others state, that' the circumstances bleeding Frontier-Protection to LANCASTER.. the fees is paid. "CoL 4th Eegt F:11I., .t
2 1836. 49w6!
their death, were of an revengejbr the dead, Persons having papers of any kind alreadyr ,Jacksonville, Dec. 8, J835. "J ," -'. 4.)
attending Our brethren of South Carolina .eord d, will pie... call and pay for them) '
entirely' .different character. The prisoners gia-;-They have acted nobly in, NOTICE. the as the work'i. done, and I want my pay, "' MEDICAL NOTICE.f : : ':$
Weeks after I 'apply to
Americans :Frenchmen and lituation. dater ISAIAH D. HART Clerk. I Ii
of 23
consisted *
following'volunteer lion. the Judge of the County Court of Jacksonville .Aug. 3. 2Jtf. DR. EDWARD ALDRIOnJ, { .
2 Germans. That they were ,shot, seems to And the. hua County,Tor letters administration TII. MDICAL/Cdlti0S'of
A .ORADWATK or : ; ,/
be a matter not doubted.' However censurable Sent by LCIOH READ-G n. Estates of CONSTANTINE SMITH NEW' STORE. i//' '
have the officers under his command at ROGERS and GEORGE lr, souTu cuothrl,{ .
the conduct of Mehia's troops' may of the Amaxura-Brave enough for !- ., ofwd County, deceased. THE Subscriber has just received acorn. Hating chotcn a femutntnt lotatian sJ '.*
can thence find no justification assortment of : and Witt .
,been, the Mexicans.. ; or any.foe. CHARLES WALDRON. JSngbsh Jaeksontillt, Dual Cfttnfy, '. '
for such. fiend-like execution of de % We'are glad that our friends in* 21,1830. Ow48 India sale Goods at the, and lowest Groceries prices.,which are offeredfor orrcni rxt.LRYXCZui 'Tarsi rsAcncx or ;*

fenceless prisoners, u has been, we hope unjustly I: the wherewithal to give, NOTICE. < J. P. LEVY. MEDICINE, XVRQERY" t/ OBSTETRICS.ODn. : .. .

charged upon them. Unless a speedier termination & : persons indebted to, and having demands Picolata,'NOY. 10.; SIHf ( AIDWCH,mar be found at MrrLD. ?

The report that an.embargo"had been placed ticipate, be put to the wide anion the Estate of EUSIIJl Hart's, and will be ready at all; heart to J

on American vessels by the Governmentof tations of tife Indian., it is to be I ; deceased, are requested to pre- FOR SALE._ attend to calls;
the same ircmediately FT IWO Copper Stills,nearly pew} one con-: Dec. 10,1835. 49tf II' >
incorrect, although pr pedya.lilien-I!
Mexico is it will
of Suwannee
appears we east the ,
for txttlement. X 'tainin; two hundred gallons, with a
not wholly unfounded. The port Tampico not only of the wherewithal WILLIAM RIDER Adm'r. heater of the same capacity: ; the other eon" 20,000 'LBS. OF BLACK MOSfl*- r'I"I"(

was elo during the time Mehia was there the real necessaries of life- ., Jan. 21, 1836. '46tJ' taming fifty aliens, which will t be disposedof WANTED '
Subscriber will mrdtase the ,,WveX ,
at terms to the fflllf: >
had been also purchawreForfurther t
undone. or two other'' ports home Poorly provided as we NOTICE. particulars inquire of O..BCD. quantity of Black Moss, if delivered IA, l

temporarily closed, but-soon opened again, have lose slight 'expectations of a I UGTOEq.. Whitesville.. or at this office. I Savannah preyioos to lit October, la lrs;.. t
weeks after date, will apply to the I ", .
which'occasioned themto Jl miantitles. r
when the Jacksonville ., l HfBLANKS M sm
of small M.,6.
emergency said a personage no lion. the Judge 'of the County Court of I J. ,MOBRELL, "'..1.11
be closed, ceased. All of 'which are time county for letters administration pn I Savannah, June 17. 4w27

to be acts, done on the responsibility of individuals We know not whence the report or LfRLES10, late of said i of all descriptions nte'dlatt. '
< at abort notice. 7 7T"
deceased. JOSIAIi
the Mexican Government I
than of
rather what credit b due to it (1'ef1little 10,1835. 6.42toT. TAhxo Work in a. handsome style, i'T this Office, an apprentice to the' Print1JL : '.i

however) yet the report has and on reasonable. Ujas.yfa' / ing bosiaess,fifteen ol sixteen years ol4r .
has vm.m.3am.:. Blank of moral eharisUr and Industrious ltb,
AnOIJl'l'KUT w Ttxn lUIIDEJI'I'\VlI- that Powell" sent to as a V Justice Deedfr-8ills of L- good ..

liun Marvin/to be'A\tOrDei' for the Southern pliments," with the assurance, & LITUnOORAPJlEn, "' ding-Manifests,' Ac. eonjUBtly, for sals at its,.to,.such..U luondib.n1 f.sM wt fcw "enwurartnwhtwill'be -, *;1iN t'Sll1.Y r
hi. 0&.. ., TO te.s \ "J"
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t tI' i Locomotives and auctioneers' tongues : 1 MACON STEAMBOAT 1 1co THE ,STEAM PACKETF1bORIDA., : THE BOSTON'GAZETTE.-Volume PEARL AND LITER.
j ?.4a' 't MIBUELLAND0UII.; wp I will run fast. There will be mortal 'war 31 PA'N v. Published every week, by FOp h.

""i and rats as well as between ISAAC C. PRAY, Jun
; [From the New" YprkerJ between cats The work will be

I ::.n',;* ;" STANZA. ; aidermeri and roast turkeys. People will ., \ .... n number containing eight published large weekly,.ch

f 1 dreamed J.beheld' fair girl asleepj; talk:l ; Abdul the end of the. world, but it,is to sixty duodecimo pages quartoequal of 111' get

By the marge of, ajflowing river J, ten to onf.that the ',solar system will! notrun THE above company take' this method of CART: UEBBARD, laneous and original matter, printed on 8Ce
-t T the public that they' have week from Savannah rior white paper, with
'i'he winds ate at dn the azbre deep between' and LL run one a perfectly new pb!
I rest against the dog star now purchased two Steamboats the MACONand W to Picolatt, touching at Darien, St. handsome title page aid correct indele*

IWhy thendid%|.foliage quiver) : next December. EXCEL, which boats are to run regu Mary's; and Jack vilJe. be furnished! and the work at the end\lff\ ;
of Ute shadowy wings, larly between Darien and Macon leaving R., .. 'm. KING year, will form an excellently
Twas the *tit angels' this will be herd to U ol' printed
r Sea-serpents, year volume
Darien week with boats. t' of four hundred and sikteen
once two tow Savannah.
maiden dream- every Agents at
that ; pages
watched o'er pale
( That, ; and but a conjurer will be ableto equal h
,. catch, none The steamboats will draw only 26 inches of three thousand duodecimo'pages..
; ,, "Inil"r. I.:, a quart into a pint pot. Those who water'with two good engines in each. The Freight by' shippers. All slave The Volume will contain twentvsiof
"""'is.the sheen of,their dulcim rl,', golden get wooden legs will suffer little when company,have been at great expense to place passengers must,:bs cleared .at the. Custom- music' for the Piano iForte; &c. %piece,
have equal
strings this line steamboats; fn the Ocmnlgee and one hundred of common sheet music '
they freeze ,their,toes. Wigs are expectedto Altamaha rivenwould respectfully solicit Conveyances lot St. Augustine,. in readiness could 'dot be purchased for) r h
That her brow was gleaming. separately I
over at Picolata. lea
+ be ,fashionable among'bald, but blind the patr public. This line will than five dollars ; and: .the; publisher j is deter.!
facility 1,183,3.SUNDAY
t From her shaded teardrop fell; be a great for merchants'who wish to mined to procure the simple rather
a, in than
eye folks will have'some, difficulty .seeing. the\
ship their goods b.y the way 'of Savannah or complex and 'difficult.
Like dewi'rohanopening( ; blossom } ,Divers, ,steamboats will ;blow up this Darien,' to Hawkinsville and Macon'. in 'MORNING NEWS.: Although the publisher places no denti

I' Then I knew, ,by that mournful token 'well ., !tJs' hardly probable 'that'anysouthern'slangwanger shipping Cotton to' Savannah. Arrangements THE Sunday'Mornlng News has now been dance whatever, m the support of it.as alitl-
Grief dwelt in the maiden's bosom. year, yet have been made to forward cotton or fore- the'public for upwards: of three rary paper, from its engravings,yet there

; Again she>,sighed=and the diamond i tears : will be able to set goods without.detention between Savannahand months, and if iny criterion can.be drawn be presented occasionally, plates from will
f the Mississippi on fire- Apples.'will ripen Darien. from the'number of its patrons and subscribers and wood of beautiful worKmanship and
Fell last from their fountain holy ; No exertion will'be '8pared to it has met a flattering ish. have fin
is or expense (with acceptance, Already appeared beautifull'engraved
about October later but that
, And Iwondered'that one BO young in years sooner or ;, give the greatest despatch to goods or cotton, and the principles it hastfbeen guided by in portrait of James Fenimoro Cooper

V Was'wedded to Mefancholy.I all one, provided, we have cider enough. shipped by this line. its management, have been approved and executed on steel, and a chaste vignette tit!,'

\l Foxes will pay particular attention to poultry Agents for;the above boats : sanctioned.. 'As a consequence of its increased page, engraved on copper..' -, .

)I A proud fonn came,'and bent over her rest, there" will be'v few birds, taken i L. BALDWIN & CO. Savannah. circulation advertising friends.have Its contents willbevarious and .
I And he too had bowed to sorrow; ,; r1 ; I J. GODDARD & Co. Macon. come foward in large numbers; andasitmaynow there will be a qegeral::record of &eurren

'I knew/by"the h ave'of his manlyT>reast, ,with chaff; and, wild geese will not lay I MITCHEL & COLLINS, Darien.J. be considered fa.irly.tloll.t,and rising:on ces;Statistics, Obituary :notices &c. &c. in
the tide of affords admirable addition
favor an to the
public TalesiLegendllEss'ys;
tame E. & B. DELENO 'Charleston. ,Trav
hewould be far on the morrow: eggs. : ,
That vehicle for the dissemination of such intelligence elling. Literary, rugitind'
For the brazen trump of remorseless, War But; most of all,there will prevail ,this Dec. 1834.. 1 as those engaged.i in business wish Sketches, Biography, Poetry,'&c making Historical an

a Called the soldier loudly, to duty.: year a horrible epidemic, worse than the SUGAR MILL:FOR: SALE. communicate to their correspondents and elegant: paper for the parlor,and for the lover

-Alas i'neath the blight of.his,1 ery.tar cholera, small-pox, or plague, which there A GREAT>BARGAIN> is offered, in the customers.The number of papers supplied to casual of secured polite from literature some. ,of as the contributions most popular will American b,.

Fast, wither, the flowers,of. Beauty. will be no escaping, and for which there, sale of aNew, Sugar Mill, from West enquirers, in addition to the regular subscribers authors. .-
MH ., -.. will be no cure. The Italians call it poco Point Foundry; diameter Centre Roller, on Sundays, is very great, and,is con- The work will be'printed as well,and contain -
*: 41, Calmly;he}bent_ ,o'er the gn..caJ two feet" two and a half inches,and two outer stantly increasing; which is another proof of as much'.reading matter'as any similar
lIe had not the heart to.awake. her ; danaro ; the Germans: kein geld; the ones, one'foot ten,, and one-fourth inches- popular approbation;;,and a sign of the attractive quarto paper now. published in, the United

kissed Her brow she slumber'd there French,jauk ,tT argent; in this country it with Iron cogs, points, &c, as'also a: set of character of its general and miscellaneous States; and it can safely and So he as
Kettles from the noted Fo ndrv in Scotland
contents. the
cheapest journal of the kind;
but is
f Jmo to forsake her f ." goes under various appellations; known of the Carran Foundry .
And' t wept : by name warranted .Under these .favorable circumstances the TFRMS-Three dollars per annum, as the
Thrice tie'returned, and vainly'he strove; commonly known< by the name of empty and proof, as malleable Iron. The capacity SundoyJ/orning' News will proceed with redoubled paper is firmly established-to be paid in ad
Boston Courier. of the grand 'Kettle i.-three' hundred confidence and in laboring Two. dollars for six .
From lllE vehne thus to seyer; pocket.[ ,. energy* vance. ) months, to be
: gallons, and proportioned, or graduated to gratify the curiosity. and taste of the pub paid in advance. '
Ah1,little'then deemed her soldier' love A AlIiirrTO' HUSBANDS' PLAGUED WITH sixty gallons,' being four to the set; all of lic, in all the various items,of intelligencewhich Dostnn,1834. 1

, "That here they parted forever i SCOLDING have heardof which, with Coolers, Vats,'and a Cistern to form the staple of a weekly journal
WIPES.--We lately
contain thirty hogsheads of Syrup, will be The man of business .will be sure to find TO THE PUBLIC.,

Then'over my'dream a'change: .there'fume= a lady,of free speech,who found herself disposed of, if applied for shortly, for atleast"** therein\ the most recent and correct infQrma- SUBSCRIBER R i
twenty-five per cent below cost. lion the state of the and domestic THE purchased
Around the same girt were shining often provoked to employ her vituperative upon foreign Southern. Agriculturalist from its late
[ directed E. B. COX Sidon markets the of business the arri
A line to on ;
nd the lam 'i'tick, flune her husband. His method on Editor and proprietor ,Mr: John D. Le
Her sisters pole-: : powers on ; : val of vessels and are,
Plantation McIntosh Georgia thing connected
,. County,, .,.(as every solicits the support of the friends of
Revealed the';young,sufferer dying. such occasions, was to 'take up.his, fiddle, Manager,) will be attended to. .-I with mercantile affairs;.the politician will and of.the interests connected Agriculture with it

>i She 3|ed *-*njl gladly d'j.he, die; and play'her' a tune without, opening his March 12. 4wll 6'JI, meet with of 'a faithful with abstract, the movements throughout i the Southern States. .He hn,

"*' ;For her plighted had gone before herOn lips, while she was bursting with vexation. NOTICE. here, together parties with, details legislative of the proceedings political published this work. forMr. Legare from its

: t 'V gr in'. field he veiled his. eye,' Her increasing violence. occasioned by this I T>Y An act passed by the Legislative Coun operations,on the continent Europe, and thus commencement practically,acquainted in the year with 1628 the and mode he in i ii

,And. .Death to him would restore. her.:, tranquility, 'at length brought, herb, her JLJ cil of this Territory, at its last session every other quarter of the globe f the lover of which it should be conducted. Its publication .
i varied diversified
.i, ". but she ; and approved by the .Governor, Feb. 14th, and reading will find the will be continued on the same terms and
Her home is beyond sunset cloaule death-bed; when near expiring, means of gratifying his appetite as copiously
the : '' 1835, the Subscribers were appointed, Commissioners in the same manner as heretofore with such
r'v'' ; 4.'l\longth :Isle's! Infinite'glory ;, : said/a! think I could recover yet, if this to'open ,Books and receive subscription literature supplied a.trbe possible ; whIle the"admirers"of improvements as his experience may suggest.
I .; would for the stock of a Bank to be loca- lure to discover something .As the subscriber is solicitous
" Where the sky ii ne'er darkened by pallinorshroud.t fellow but answer me. This rem- suit their to make this
to tastes in the choicest
'. ,. / c t"f. ted in this Town, to be'called THE. ,DANK Journal the vehicle for dissemminating useful
? however the husband was not inclined from native.and foreign and in
edy periodicals
< OF,JACKSONVILLE. information, not only! with'.regard to estab-

'," ,'.. Where,the young locks never w'u hoary.iti to administer.' In pursuance of which the Subscribers the'contributions writer. The tone,preserved of popular and approved lished systems of husbandry, but also experi

:' And he-who slept 'nf.. nlr,the gallant'slain,: -< hereby give notice, that the Books for Subscription be ,that,of scrupulous morality throughout, that'themost will' mental efforts in Agriculture' and Horticulture .
Who for their country perlahied,., A QUEER FELLOW.-An English farmer for ''the stock in said Bank, will be fastidious shall.have nothing to objectto he invites free and unrestricted communication -

/ :,\Y,1'" ;" ; Hath aw4enedthere-or the liope. are vain says, that when Jie bought? his farm, there opened In thteTOwn; lI.t'\be'' Counting-Room on this score-and (he wish of the proprietor from all persons'occupied in these
pursuits Let
: & : that
1 of Messrs. Blanchard 'Rider, corn r'ot no one imagine solitary
!i.o t Which she in her death hour. cherished !! Was but one blade of Grass'on it, and that Bay and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock,'A. M. as it has been and will continue to be his facts or isolated'experiments are too trivial to ,
well his
desire .
T duty as ,as shall be to unite
< be,
two, rabits were fighting for that. We on the fourth day of May next. in its columns in well and communicated/, systematic knowledge
! r I' ,FRCDICTIORS ton THE YEAR 183G.-This W'J..MILLS arranged digested is but the of humble
aggregate particulars
should like.to know if this is not the same order, all, that is sound and elegant in litera "
_will\ be'famous. for a_thousand wonderful WILLIAM RIDER. ture, amusing in art, instructive in the sciences ; and Science, in every'department.1J
" who had -
person put a weight, or an anchor STEPHEN EDDY, brought to perfection,not through the instru
: .. things. From January to Decent* to the tails of his hogs, to keep them ISAIAH D. HART. passing, ifecessary events. for a correct appreciationof mentality of a single exrraordinary mind,butby

! t,' .:' bar, .the days Will l! consist i of tv/enty-four L Commissioners. the contribution,, of particulars by many
from tumbling.over their, heads while in popularity now enjoyed by this journal, individual8
: I hours each { .and, \,there will l)0 such, a number Jacksonville, E. F.'April 2d,1835.TREASURER'S' .. will be the best guarantee for a careful adhe- ,'and generally after'the lapse of
the act of rooting for a living ? many years, he is desirous, therefore, to hare
,.t; eclipses, that many wise people will rence and tile to the means by which it was acquired; as many facts to record as can be furnished;

!i. be In the; ci. rk. *THew'wjli; be fogs in A few days ago, an Englishman, oil s, -' NOTICE., it, the most patronage, flattering hitherto encouragement extended towards to a his and from the planter, .who is systematic in
labors his
experimental account.of
t'.9 Maine, fires,at Constantinople, and a lack board one of the Hudson 'riversteam'boats, TREASURER'S OFFICE, ) perseverance in the same.course. failures as well a his successful, an efforts, will

: .. of brains,in many a fool's head. swallowed a close o ratsbane, cut his throat Tallahassee, March 8th, 1835. J New York, August 16. be acceptableIf the last are worthy of being

.": ( ;8o'u'tit America this" will: shot himself and then jumped ovgrboardt BY au act passed 21st November,' 1829, it recorded that they may be!; imitated, the first
t\ .f? ,' year, not ex is provided that all Bonds executed by GREAT'ATIONAL WORK._ should be noted in order to be. huDJ ed.

r tend ''beyond Cape ,Horn; and the .Nortl: We do not learn, .that he offered himself Auctioneers,shall be forwarded by the'Judge AMERICAN MAGAZINE: The subscriber hopes that this appeal to his

: PoleJ; will be-'exactly'In'ninety{ degrees'of any further violence..-[Louisville"Journal. of the County Court to the Treasurer of the Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to be illustrated fellow citizens of,the South ,will not be In
Florida and thatall Auctioneers
r. Territory ; vain. It would be a'reproach to Planters
"' latitude Those lose will look by numerous Engravings.
wb.Q money
; ( shall quarterly in each year commencing on ; : to Of
; NEW GOODS.THE meet the fate of the Southern Review.
'who ,in of cash .. the let of transmit to the Treasurer BY THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY;
\ sad, and .those< are want January the last it may be justly said, that it was suffered -
has received from
: will just under path, taken before some Judgea copy success which has attended the pub to fall when for
vt'neri they borroyr want.it more when THE it was not only rearing
':. York, a full supply 'of ,Fall.andWint of all sale,effected by him, with the amount of the best Magazines from ,the us a well merited fame as a literary people,
: they: come tor pay.) : r Goods, consisting of and at what time and place, and for whom English Press, has led to preparations for issuing but it was also vindicating the Southern habits

;. < Wisdom will cry aloud. but) few will regard 120 barrel best'Canal Flour, the same was'made. Now, all Auctioneersare a periodical, more particularly adaptedto from the unjust aspersions which han
f'' 100 half do do'do' of,said law the wants and
to take notice and taste of the
d' required American been of
: 1 It There will in pub- so liberally bestowed ,us out our!
belong' speeches 75 Pilot Bread upon
conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds must lie. While it will be the object of the section of' Agri
..Congress) jbuv for ell that Lake Superior 30 do Irish Potatoes, be instituted.. Judges of the County: Courtsare to make the work strictly what proprietors its, culturalist"country in some',, The measure"Southern. ;supplies! th'

will not be upset '20 hhd. New England Rum, requested without delay to forward'! title indicates it, will,I nevertheless containall place of the Southern Review;- so far as regards
4000 Ibs Bacon
certified and approved the Bonds oi articles of interest .
droperly to its patrons, which the circumstances last alluded to. If
Quadrupeds: this, year,. will go upon 4000 do best Soap Auctioneers in their possession. appear in foreign Magazines. of
serves methods
+ as a Register not of
10 quintals Cod Fish only
fourlegs, pretty generally,;, and cows 20 kegs Goshen Butter, < < CHARLES AUSTIN, to'both Extensive with preparations Artists have been entered Husbandry but also of facts relating to our!

', hoW will! JMlcrooked. Fate of lottery, ,40 bags best Coffee,. Treasurer. of the Territory of Florida.,, from all 'of the and Authors drawipgsand to furnish system of Slavery. The subjects,,of the deci-
parts Union
l tickets will be dubious'but; whether there Mess&Prime fork.Molusel; ,Supr,Ri e, illustrations, of subject of, interest pline Slaves, the treatment, the characters. of,and our .
Mackerel White $100 REWARD. ; are fairly suited to its ,
I BeansRunt Holland pages
Brandy which the
"nl'&f.'War""itb France or not, mortal publishers,confidently believe willenable constitute
topics and important
and American Irish u interesting
< Gin, Whiskey, from the Jail of Monroe Coun them to issue
yf: wounds w.itJj|be ep| to, kill, and he that is Wines, Porter, Lemon Syrup,&C; &o. ESCAPED District of Florida, a prisoner title and acceptable{ to a the work American honorable.People.to its, as anywhich can engage either our own who attention
the attention abroad
to ,' 8IckWih: .old age,will have a disease harder -ALSO- by the name of JAMES S. SIMONDS, The American Magazine is publishedmonthly.aclahumb.r feel or of those'
a legitimate'interest Id our concerns.
A assortment of ,
large Dry Boots :
\ who was committed to my custody on three
to cure than the mump'or chin-cough & Shoes Glass Hard containing between The subscriber, beg leave, in conclusion,
Crockery, Stone, and indictment found-br the grand Jury of said forty and fifty imperial
.The celestial indicate that politIcal Hollow &c &c. pages, at Two to remark, that if he bad not undertake to
-l ,aspects wares County, on the several charges of murder, DOLLARS per'annum, payable in advance; continue 'the Periodical,it,
publication of this
Cotton Bagging, Twine, Rope, &c. and and made his
will hot for some time to piracy, larceny, escape by It comprises-Portraits and
agree : Biographical most either
Blluef which will be sold at the lowest cant means of false keys on the the 14th S efckesofdistinguisiedAmericans probably, would have"been re'I I
Wy: comet" but;, whoever I is :President,, water prices., M. K.'PINCKSTON. inst. lie I is native of New Hartford,(Con.) of> Public Buildings! Monuments ; Views. moved?from our city, or been suspended.it
;_' will run down hill, and ducks will waddle Jacksonville, Nov*19,1835. 39tf a mariner, and has been for several years in Landscape and improvementsj Whether it will be in his power to continue bat,
Icenery-the will
boundless : depend not ''the Pecuniary
only on
: u heretofore., ,. FACTORAGE command of trading and wrecking vessels, T&net1.and beauty 'of which, in this the Literary Contributions of Southern Plan
& COMMISSION and at one time commanded the Schr. Lydia
will form
!J,; .' Cabbegeaktbi4, : year,will be rather: round: BUSINESS Philadelphia: lie is about thirty years of country, an unceasing source of instructionaBderatificatien ters. He confidently now leaves this matterin
; Engravings their hands that
than thre -oorue.red, ,, and carrots will be I Ii THE Subscribers Intend establishing on age, five feet five or six inches high, has a descriptions of the character, habits &c.and of there is feelingg a full'aeeuranee Planters,
the of our
first November a branch of their down cut look dark sallow Birds wanting on part
complexion Beasts
guilty Fishes
retLv Coals will be black ; and Insects neither the necessary
: as
i decidedly as together energies
c liberality nor mental
;. Hous in Charleston, S. (X for the transaction but from close confinement for several with every subject connected
r. ever j cats will love liab but bate to wet of Factorage and Commission Business,, months had become somewhat pale,has a remarkable History Natural and with the Geograpby to sustain the Southern Agriculturist

their feet, and all'on"account of Halley'a under the firm,of W. K .o & Co. to be ron-: scar on hi. head and some scars of the country.illustrated Artificial in resources A. E: MILLER, Publisher.
ducted by their partner,W. King, andwould about his face. lie is well known in New and popular manner. a familiar Charleston, S. C, Dec. I, 183t: 1
: commet* respectfully' offer their services in both the York where his wife's connexions reside.I Boston M Persons desirous of subscribing can IPJZ

r't kTbQWorldJhirt ,:year will'tura, upside cities of, Charlestcn and Savannah, to their will give the above reward if he is secured No. 47, Court Street. Cessna- ,&*. om to W.e, T. WILLIAMS Savannah, or "

', down but not,in cone rience of the Gov friend and the- public. in any Jail in the United States, or the or::: Editors of Newspapers the -
. R, & W; KING. throughout
,emorti ,jaroclamation. -The, crop of' hay Savannah, Oct. 5,1835. 2w3Q same delivered reward tome with at all Key reasonable West expenses if United States, who will publish the foregoing CABINET FURNITURE WARE
Prospectus and notice
U tdepetlditpogibe weather but whether the contents vf the HOUSE.
tf ;( THOMAS'EASTIN from -
U. Magazine
S. time
; time.shall be entitled
,:, It rains of not, there will be, plenty oeaad'atCepd f R. D. GREGORY p West to the first volume.. JAMES H. COOKE, No 100, ptollhra11
J' Attorney and Counsellor at nano.HAS Key July 25,1835. a York, offers for sale every
nodWtioeeer : opened an office in Jacksonville, for to Any person remitting the by mail; quality of 8ofuSideboardsSecretsrierBook
.. of the NOTICE. post paid,Ten Dollar, receive six Cue '
practice Law, la the several *-Tables of all deseriptiowrChains
lellf.his house ,to buy moonshine of and of copies for one jew-and continued long of
Courts Dun the . , ,, will ,|Mrdry. get,lus rooney*.. worth. *HIU ALL by Note or Book account, are re-, u A liberal money U regularly forwarded.: French Bedsteads of Mahogany and M p< -

"t. ''f.hoenr.I'ODI to, ''t'a1r.hb.ra', nbow; will pledges himself.that' all boaineaa entrusted quested settle the same without delay; and well written price articles will be paid for appropriateand Hair and Mow Mattrasses Feather &dr
\ : JUt shall or illus full "
tv. to cares receive prompt and no credit will be given at my store after the trative of drawings, Looking GlassesC.petrand a
.getiBut5|l?t.atIs .hle'pal.". :' 1euterU.dlima1PC1 \?<..r.Uhac.... diUgeat,. attention. ,' t 10th lareJa. 11ARDY: fl. PHILIPS. tere.t. national subjects \ inSubsOTpUonsrecehe ortmeat of every thing necessary; to fug

.. .wuortbo. boyuig.t .- Iri Jacksonville'July 15, 1835. 29tf Jacksonville,March 3. lOtf Dec.2$ : aTthiso ce. a house. : .
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