Florida herald

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Florida herald
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine Fla
E.B. Gould
Creation Date:
September 25, 1834
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
10 v. : ; 57 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
29.894264 x -81.313208


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 7, no. 19 (Mar. 25, 1829)- ; -new ser., v. 4, no. 21 (Oct. 25, 1838).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended for two months in early 1835.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Apr. 1, 1835 called also new series, vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note:
Publisher: James M. Gould, 1834-1838.
General Note:
Democratic, 1834-1838. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1927.

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-If AUTRORIT"t.w. allowed .arid paid the value thereof: Pro. i State of America in Congress assem ted, to rebuild the frigate Congress, and can outvote V their, united and
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__ vided, That if any payment shall have I bled, That the act entitled "an act pro \ no part of.said aura shall be carried to' the fact of.ihein'beug the popular ,"
been made to any officer, soldier or o* viding for tho purchase by the United the surplus fund, notwithstanding! any will always give them vast additional party *
iher person os aforesaid, for tho use and States the rights of the Washington't' general provision to any other act t& the influence._ It is plain tbcrefore that .
rink, or fur forego after tho dash or a- bridge company in the district of Col contrary.Approved. liberalism has been advanced l' tbo late
bandonmont of said horse, said amount umbia and for ho erection of a public ,SOth June, 1834. changes.The y
shall be deducted from tho value thereof bridge'on the silo thereof,1' which passed additions to she Cabinet are likewise
unless said officer or soldier or other the fourteenth daY of July eighteen [Po&Lio. No. 75.: } worthy of fi raise. Ever ono
person shall bate satisfied the paymaster hundred and thirty two, and the act en AN ACT granting pensions to several l speaks well ol Lord Duocanmm.y He
___ ..'1' at the limo ho mado tho l p lymcD',.or tilled "an act In relation to the Potomac ,. person therein named. iiljeloved in Ireland, and esteemed .
"." PASSED shall hereafter chew by proof tint! ho bridge which the
0'I T Ctinrcn STATES passed second day Be it endctidby senatcand house where, as an uptight, amiable, am!
t T*lie n a itr SCSSU.N OP Tiin rWEN- was remounted in which case the do.dtiction of March eighteen hundred and thirty of Representative* of. the United State clearheaded, though by no moans bril ,
** 1I.tUII1D oxannls. : shall only extend to tho time thirty three, bo and the same are here of America in Cougret atsembled,Tbat Jiaht pen'oii. Mi. ()'(:oun n ,and the
i such officer, soldier, or other person by repealed except so much of the former the Sccrotury of\Var be and he is here Irish members generally! are pleased ,
II'elide. N" 65.] I served .on foot: And provided alto, as authorized the purchase of the by directed to |'ny out of any money in with ttm.appointment. Sir John Hob-

\ ACT w alas k and open( II road from That if sin, f fnsade payment shall have been I fights oldie Washlegtoo bridge company. the Treasury not othomlso Hpptopria-1 butte is well known as clever, accomplished 6

f c.; ...t at+p Little Uock, iu tho in any officer or soldier on account sited, to the several persons Hereinafter and l industrious. His powers of
ref Aikinsai. Tr'l of clothing such payment shall bo Sec 2. And be it further enacted, named tho amount of pension to each speech will bo otservscoiu. debate ; and
rte the Senate and deducted forth the value cf his horse and That the Secietary of aha Treasury be
Rt ism by one respectively set, commencing at lift will be much needed for the crock Ora .
.ftA United ucccufremem'f, And provided further, nod bo Is4iereby authorized and required limes severally named and to continue' fort are all on the opposition benches

.Jt1"-ru,4errra M CttIIgrtll "rmblt.f'rbat i That no 'claim shall be allowed under to contract fur the ro-construction each one during his natural' life; towit Sir John has now an opportunity of recovering :
I/ eftan thousand di.llais be, ud alto provisions of this section until the on the site of the present bridge across : the,false step which ruined trim ".

tk Ise hri siby i if, appropriated out of belt evidence which tho caluio of the the liver Potomac, ole bridge nntho Manuel Crosy,11 the rato of eight dol. in Westminister; : it remains bo seen .

Mee ttf1 in the Treasury not oilier i case will admit of, shall bo produced be plan of"lba\ originally constructed thereby lars per month, commencing on the first ,whether. be will make a good uso cf
f ."rppliatd. for the P rPVJ of i fine the accounting officer shewing the the Washington Bridge Company of January eighteen hundred and thirty it. '
,i e aiHI cutting: out a mad flout Coifl number of hisses lost, in mannnei atore- provided that iho draw at tho southern one. The aspect of.flairs has, ve are in* .
is+duK ta.; CWcet Littlo RucktkTranterYr I III suid, tto. limo when lost-and the name channel the river bo nut lest than six Jor.'Trirobli at tho rate ol eight dol lined to hope been considerably!

J of Arkansas, to he exertile of tho owner. Isis feel, and at the northern channel I.rslor month, commencing on the first pioved. Tho Cabinet contains it is

.... : direction of the Pies- Sec 2. And be it further enacted, than thirty fife feet; that a space or spacea of January eighteen hundred and thirty true, no person of first rate abilities, excePt I(
ft'JtH United State That any peisou who, itfihn India wars not exceeding iu all one thousand two. the Lord Chancellor, who cannot
# JNO. BELL afoiesaid,' has acted in Ibo military service six hundred and sixty feet of the shoal Levi. BtoTn at the rato ot eight dollars be relied upon. Out on this account

fa&u of tie Uoa c of Reprcsmta\vc*. of tho United States as a volunteer or shoals,over which the present bridge; and sixty six cents per month commencing they must be1'iho moro painstaking, and
"1. VAN BUREN, or draughted militiaman, and who has : passes, may be filled up by a solid eubain on tho first of January eighteen adhere the firmer to sound principles;
furnished himself wl.h aims and military ,outni, in pan if convenient of earth hundred and thirty one. i iho public cannot bo dazzled by the brilliancy l-
TalC PreM eat of the of United the Seasu.States acid accoutrements, and has sustained dam obt.mtd by dredging the river ; And Martin Parker at the rate of eight of their talents and must bo conciliated .
Pry ago by rtio 'captore or destruction of the provided also, That Ibo tntiro costs of dollars per month, commencing January and won over to their support I' .
SOih same, without any fault or negligence: on the said embankment, and such recon first eighteen hundred nnd thirty. by tho excellence of their measure
J11piotDREIVJACKSON.. his past; or who has lost the same by .truction snail out on the whole exceed William Collins at tho rate of eight There has been a kind of strike among -

j -- reason of his being wounded in the ser ono hundred. and thirty thousand dol dollars per month, commencing January the French Minisry, and the dis- .
[PCILrt. No. 66.] vico hall be allowed and (paid Ibo value Im-which sum is hereby appropriated first, eighteen hundred and thirty. pnte has not been quite adjusted. Soult 4I.
US ACT making an apprcpnatiou for theieo'f. thereto out of any money in tho Treasury three. Is "ou'," but tho Freach Army, liko

..i tM-j rr pw at of the usv.gatron of Sec. 8. Anti be it further enacted, not hithurto appropriated.Sec. Joseph Chamberlain at the rate of. seventeen the Roman I legions ..f old seem to think .
k !IIlh1te l h B river iu the State of New That in all Instances where any minor 3. And be it further enacted, dolhra per month commencing that they ought to bo consulted on material

Yttk.Kt 1 has been engaged iu this military snrviconi That tho claims of Oiauge II. Dibblefur on the first day of January eighteen points fit ie st. They are, it is ..
it cjrast rdby the senate and Hoax 1 I .aforesaid during th* Indian vans afuresaid labor, materials, or any other expenses hundred and thirty '''0. i said, gelling up a remonstrance !in t

,fif rfKirfai oftheUtittd StatetflterUaiC and was p.ovidtdVith a horse upoti. the laid bridge bo ascertainedby Francis Pucoiog at tho rate of eight : the fuim of a''petitionfor iris restoration
<>*grtsattcmbtcd,That or equipments, or with military accoutrements the Secretary of Ibo Treasury as dollars per month commencing on tho' to power and when follows wHi bayonets
dt till of seventy thousind dollars be, by his parent or guardian and Dearly as the saau can he done, and be first day of' January eighteen hundred in their ndsbegtn to ,reason there
ujtfie Hare is hereby appiopriated to* has since deceased without paying for laid before Congress at iis next session and thirty.Approved. is no resisting thci* fuciblo logic. A

trail tie iaiptovrment of the oavlga said property, and tbo same was lost, 'for its cximinauou.. And the Secietary June, 30.b, 1834 mutiny among:30,000 soldiers would be
wofihc q.khan river, and the re. captured destroyed, or abandoned, in I of the Treasury is hereby directed to t no joke.
sir Tl obttitictions$ therein according tho manner before mentioned, said pa pay biro in the mean time such turn as [Pootto. No. 76.] There' i is something Ibo Mediterranean -
to rte plea s+ibmittctI to tho House offeiitteatstite !f rent or guardian shall be allowed pay : will reimburse to him the actual loss incurred AN ACT authorizing the Secretary of besidus the leaky shaliopi,

: by th* Department of, iherefoie on maki satisfactory proof by him, in nuking preparation the Navy tomakeexporiments for the of the Turks,and Corsairs. The Biitish i.. .,
War.tXHlrr data of March thirty, eigl.tftI .- 1 that he Is entitled thereto by having fur (brine construction of the said bridge sxfeiy of the steam engine. fleet is concentrating there for site

kadl.d rind thirty two; "hic"sum nisheoVthtoiarar.Sec. provided the mount paid shall not ex Be it enacted, by the Senate and purpose of exercising, or something elsemaooeuveripg.
tW1 be paid out of any money In the 4. And be it further enacted, ceed twenty thousand doHa and said House Representatives,,'oftht United Russia has requiredan
TrlltCr) cut otbcinise appropriated That the Third Auditor of the Treasury payment to be made wit of any money Stale of America in Congress auem- explanation, but Lord P4lmeraioo

ltd tbxH)' be expended under the direc- adjudicate and decidn such claims as lathe treasury not otherwise appiopriatfcd. I blod, That the Seclelar)" ofitio navy 'labored under a fit indigesiiou, and
m ..h -o PrwUlcnt of tho United may be presented against the United bu and he is hereby authorized and empowered gave an uncourteous reply-our *hi p t .
St.,". States under tko provisions of,bis act : Approved Jnne 30th, 1831. to examine and test the steam' were there, becauso the B.lush ministry '
AIPIOftd, Juno SOth 1814.C7 PrvtJcJ, that c e.y claimbleh eieeedi engine I, rpvtetrc. the suet of two huudted dollars, instead PUBLIC. No 72. of Philadelphia, and to said Phillips,andsubh stile, and nicnolas must be cuhient. '
( .'Nt .] "of deciding thin name, she said Third AN ACT to ttuihoiiztf situ sale of lots other: person as be may deem roper Capt. Ross, on. his ncrrcipiJition! ,
st N ACT iu authorize an extra session Auditor shall report the whole of the in the town of Si. 1\1..k.. in Florida. to make the experiment..Sec. bad arrived at St. Petersburg.
,.,rILe vaitl.tiYO: Council of tho Tcr- proof to Congress at its next session, after Ue it enacted by the Senate and 9. And be it further enacted Tire flax crop in the north of Ire ...

sissy pf Mic"i!;o.Be taking and closing such pi'oof; and house Representative of the United That n discrotioosry power bo vested land is unusually luxuriant this year.
it tnaclidby the Senate and be shall have power by constituting a totes America in Congress a a tin iu the Secretary of iho N,ivy to examine The Morning Herald of the 26th .

NHU t f RtfTtHidal'tti s of the United commission or otbel wile to take testimony kled'; That the President 01 the United and test such other improvements in the mentions m report of the death of iho .

Steffi/ AwrUa in Congress astern In any ease where he shall think States be, and he is hereby authorized, same lino, as may hereafter bo present poet Coleridge on the previous morn : .

WHI.Tb.t tU Lg 1'rt1ory of Miihigatibc, and stet further testimony to bo .....n. Tallahassee laud district to nuke sale' son or persons as may deem proper and Bfttwecn 60, and 70 houses had been

. it i."ItmliHii to hold a'i (-x,-ill lIiuli.tU" Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, at I public auction of one fourth bftho that ho report to Congress ts soon as destroyed by fire at No-.tit T.wto, near

;O at such lime duiiug the That any sum of nuney to. any amount town of St. Marks in the Territory ot may be, the result of any experiment i Plymouth. .
?if' $ ycjr*. a. the Governor cf said I sot exceeding IWO hundred dollars Florida according to the plan of the mi do in puisuanco of this act. The extent of land (says tho Liver
i T Yiii iy &f way think 1 proper of which' allowed by said Thud Auditor shall be Surveyor General of the said Territory Ser. 3. And be it further enacted, pool Chronicle) cultivated for Strawberries ,-

r '- iC sh at I Uo his duly to give the puid by the Secretary of tho Treasury, at soon as practicable after the passageof That, for the purpose carrying this has bfen within a fen years
"ambers or..W council duo notice.S ou of-an'.- money.. iti tho Treasury not this acts upon giving two months pub act into .execution the sum of five thousand much increased, and his been estimated
. c. 2. And bt it further enacted, o eiwise p Donated. lic notice of the said sale. = dollars, out of any money in the at mnro than a thousand acres for she

T", r.r the t purport* Itf defraying the Approve, June 301h,1834. Approved,June SO.u, 1834. Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, supply( of London alone. The women
.. .. 4PUILIO. he and is hereby appropriated and employed in g.iberiug nod conveying
I a..t 1 rxpettief, and for payl llbeatWts.rlt.e .rPnaLto. .
L illative Council for i [ No 70.] No. 73. placed at the disposal of the Sec totarv strawberries to London cannot bo esti

:. f+rd. Iud fur additional time employed, AN ACT granting pensions to certain AN ACT supplementary to tho art to of the Navy.Appripvrd. in mated at less than, doting Iwo thousand.she time they are-

i- u kfftrtatd the sum of bite ihuu andTapfrepriated persons therein named. J amend the several acts respecting 'I SOih Juno 1834. season
tars bt-, out of any moKt Be it enacted by the Senate andffouteofRepretentativeiofthe py rights.Bt and roattax- -- -EXTBACTS.-- -JCEW sairisn---stuu-rav---- Hussbin, ix D"-y of about

ro | ia ibe Tiwiuiy, not otheiwise United State it enacted 6y the Senate London thus divides io undertake a pilgrims to MCCCH..
The Spectator
'aflftotittrd.A owm&iW.Tbat ffoute ofRepretentativet oftht United :
ofAmficain Congress desciibes the Cabinet. He is very religious and by acts of devotion
ill!* ''td. Juan JiO'h, 1834.PCBLW the Secreuiy-of W,,r be, and ho is here Slates of America in Congress assem and Tho following new bo reckoned LI endeavors to reconcile himselfto
.1i tJy authorized and directed- to pay, to lIed That nil deed or instruments in may Iillotl of power lie takes his deParture
[ N'o. G9l lao several persons herein named pen writing for the transfer or assignment of be rah: from Alexandria for the tomb of

AN ACT tu piovido for the payment of seta at tho rate and commencing at the copy. rights,. being proved or acknowledged Ma.LoaD Sraiao AiTnoir RICK., LoaD Ma. Etticr DUWCASKOX, the Prophet. This town of Egypt lut

dtt*, for ioicity| lost, captured timf let to each,persons name, respectively in su h manner as deeds for the Mr. ABXB.COHBY, 6m Jon* HOBHOCJZ.. become his usual residence, ho having .
.I w fauoyed by the enemy, while io and to continue during his natural cOnYOaDce of land are required by law Ma. CnitM Ga&x 1'. fixed his aubdb there when he left Leg ,
in the
tItt fcHiuiy service of the United life; toFrancis to be prayed or acknowledged Ar.d surely we may add Lord John Rus horn, which ho did not find agreeably, '
Sisters. dui. s+g the late war whit theWia.eioutaw I Jacobs at,the rate of elgbtdOU'11 same State or district shall and may sell. as much from i h'i not affording him...m- :
frontlets of Illinois awe per month corn encia8 on the recorded in the 'iffico where tho recorded origl011 Then follow the Whigs dent accomodilion for his numerous family 1

IidHpa.. Territory.9f first dy of January, eighteen hUlJdr..d copyright deposited and that; LORD Mn.8ouf.Kr, Loan L4:1SDOWlfl1 and suite as from its enabling speculators -
lie tf meted by the Senate and A ess* and Ihiray two. and busts such deed far-instrument. LoaD CAaiisLi, __ LORD Al1Xt<t, to make use of his.nanio in actIng .
sir Vftprm/atf the United State B.ilee Porter at tho rate pf eight dollars shall at any limo hereafter, Lo i made or LORD HoLiA D. upon the Regency wl Algwsagiinsi: .
i oj
iee &.Krie. That per month commencing on the first executed, Dud which shall not be provedor Ttto still rem sin, who mat fairly b'o the interests of Frnnce. Fearing that '
IC 2 37ficr w fiNJ CerS8rtssalstmbkd. day of January, eighteen hundred and acknowledged and recorded asafore* presumed tu belong to the ninjoiiiy, of he might bo troubled from being supposed
stag volunteer
of ; ran- after its execution -
rs .* wvaliy other thirty three. said, within slay days whatever complexion she policy of that to lake part in enterprises "bidiworo
, or persons, engaged of del.lain shall be judged fraudulent and void be. They arc- and t '!
*the service oh 1 tko United States !a William Hunt at the rate eight or majority may happen to inimical to Franco not ring
tie It&t Indians!, l per: month commencing the first against any subsequent purchaser LORD DioronAjr, LORD r ALXDSt01f. sufficiently rich to live M Leghorn, Hus
N the (butlers CDa1,1aiJM.... Illinois tgfctnst, and! MiciganWM day of January, eighteen hundred ana mat gagee for valuable conlidoralijnwhhDlU I Of fifteen members, then, eight may safe applied to the Viceroy of Egypt togrant
I Mebemet AH
notice. aH received
Fim i asjlum.
Liberals Out wn are I
reckoned as
thirty two. t-o
It o ......1Jwho& have suttained damage !I Alfred Baldwin at the -rate of eightdollars Sec. 2. And be it father enacted.Tblt unwilling to class Lords Melbourno and him with great distinction, !granted -
, any fault tr nc t;Is g coca on their month commencing on the tine. desk l of tho district court shall Holland and even Lord Auckland aeiong him a place sufficient t'- lodgo r
Plrferhptcdvely, by the loss of a horse per hundred entitled such fees for performing his and daily sends
. If first day of January eighteen bo to the obstructives. Perhaps It will the whole of family
Ittttttr1'Cflit.-go rte battle, or by herein authorized and re- mousse supply of proviisions
the services that have sided with Earl him a or
teei,41of they
a horse that wounded iaft. .ad dlblY. *** appear
was entitled to toW establishment
..... Sec 2. And be it further enacted,, ryuired,as ho is laws df the Gray, more from personal feeling than necessary lot tlaoIluiu
wound I
tMdifierwardsdied of said
existing his :
of Hugh Luskbo placed like services under sincere appiobation of his recent poli Hussein is attended on pilgrinagpby
i. Tkat the name o
Jf1 Ike service or who has lustalnbyiherearon Invalid pension roll at tho late or United States.Approved V As for Lord Carlisle, wo presumettat one of Ms font ia taw, and some dO.
-1. cube lass of e* June 1834. cy. ad-
SOth he is already
on he opens mestics. Although
but never
;;;t:aerie w ich in consequence f the six dollar per month March, eighteen to commence mouth he is o in Whip Pailiament.and, :bis official vsnced In years, and the fatigues! of tho
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r:: tatnfkKeg to supply sufficient. 1 the first day oiae.Approved [Piratic. No. 74.] the acts' are utterly unknown to the public, tourney are very great, hii health Is sufficiently .
I We.> onpg eil ia said service, wed twenty Juno 30ib, 1834. AN ACT to provide tor rebuilding who pay for the honor of his countenance strong to warrant an expectation
,er WKv
w J TJJ. I* SMtsiaed damage by reasea [Public. No. 71.] Be it inattedty the senate and Mates Aouse Lansdowne leans staunch tqi>>, loryism ; his task, and r.uuu.-Luodu&a pa.per. -
H I I.H of "'llttarap, because them construction Repretcntativei" of the United Lords Brougham and Palmerston '
t diftMtaled and separated AN ACT authorizing the Potomac, and ?AJUrua in Congress GU II6leci.Tha& who will never, if they.can help h, a* 1 OENERAL OERAHP. r -
Lit iHrtse 14J| ordered to do .nl- ef a bridge.acrpss pa..od In.rlalloR the auto clone I hucdred and eighty one ( their Sovereign's ,service. The Count Enieunu Maurice tier irJ, marshal -
::dety eo feAt. *l station detached repealing all acts, already thousand dollars be end the same is herebyapprPritedootof banana result; however is that nt tho worst, the of France was born or Danvillicrs'Department ,
in iu 1773. At
thorelo.II. '
Lit de la Mboseji.
a', sir r.r lira ions 01 BOSM* ids Senate GllnlO a** money Liberolfi if they aro true to themselfei, : ( .
k: 'IPICe. .le MRM-fJUCRCO .err y it enacted lJy the United the Treasury Dot otber,1ft app.Ctfrla r .
** 'hi (II Bfl'rlJlnat .
aerie et aforesaid,shall fet* ..
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a11tsoattiemag aLrle'fo give cffeclaal l nssisunco <.; lodged for the ultimate Butchery 'wlilcblook she dsoiin hit eras havia, received the (eaa'' ''kios is recallf..0 .\b ....
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e.etjt.eaD. etc fact I describe it | '6fnaraeroa friends and the .tiee.
'. years to our. end 1 know member place but the as' aitCDiioa we are appalled at t.he
common soldier in the Republican ar"roy I ofticlt and respectable families, who' iidd tyo witness, and 1 think it best physicians, Heaven has received departed torments,which now tarts Of
lhe tanks
from Io
and rapidly rose have died heioto physicians could bt: jo bo a more probable mode of leading her soul. Tho sissy who loved her oar memos In our mind's
the grades'of sons*lsoutenant Iud lieutenant battle found. T.:o manual in which the polico io the result than that these unfortunate hero will long deplore her loss. Her myriads of mosquitoes, wibL,er e Ire t ;

lie w"s nt the feforipus is managed increases the alarm, woo' moo ihouifTtiafo challenged iho vengeance romaine will to burled fa the consecrated beaks and ready to peewee
ofLl e urea, rind of tlie'S..n'btl' rt Mense.nt whilo ou cuvsry side in bioaJ day tho of an armed crowd, by firing, or ground belonging to the Banish Embassy. : as their devoted victimre 11
HOP ho particular* -
the p.nageat the In tote five dead aro paittdeU: through the town, uot lUf'eateuiug file upon them. choral) swelling offfeefe united .t_
distinguished himself year the who tried to escape Government has not publishedthe t'''
t Genera not u ainglo bulletiu. published 10 suti Among! persons more startling our ears thaw
i was named aide de camp Jo him In all >ly ihu clonbtlul, uot a siuglo medical' in colored clothes ,was one who, returns of the dead to day, but the ceniraied thunder of's tboa",7nd I bt! ....
Berosdoite, and necompained{ the ho came into ibo street number .is touch less than
and the !Rhine rOI'oriiO convince tho public that the moment yesterday; wp behold.the cloudy waving DrlGfttt-[
the c ml.aigolof Italy i with fear such force atd the full iho disease lor '
caUmiiy has a certain extent. suited ou soling a maligoiiyof mingled R sag', tud now. In, the
when tha name uf Kvtu the Guzotto iodayvlule it and '111:0100 with all IMS might This the present suspended. The deaths onus! Ihrk to the smothered 1.,1NL.-r-

in,eited wi h honorable 'listtiiclion i.f givui situ lau lary statu tel' lao kingdom, attracted the uttootion of one of the were yesterday 100,"* I hear but I have of inward agony which is sent C'tIs
in the rniliiaiyhullertnsandrepails" and .is mounted Urbanos, who challenged -himto accurate the ,'-a
successfullymadecomntanilcr anus that of Madiid, so crippled I no return, very depths ot our soul)7s
that period.. Ho was- of Honor the other part ol the pi ess by llio .government stop'and then galloped alter him.- M. Mariinit do la Rosa is to come plunge their reedle-sltar p wp, the r
of iho Legion has da Thu man still ran iho faster, but thohpr.vman from La A doubt ottt !"-
stuff[ the trench ar* that.1101 a single paper to day Grange. pie out curdling flesh; and| fill their
and chief of the the bailllcs of red io lay a liuo statenietit'Ol the 'laces came up with him nt she and vails that the dunes will not assemble maws with the best blood of rasa
my in Denmaik. At hefoio us. Tim board ofilealili ii-not .,f the street, and as his hat full off boy as a sufficient number to form a House some bodv1Wo our .

Unfair, 1\lPgn.m 110110uud during .allow is not ulluucd to make known traying Ibo shaven crown, the Urbano may not come in Madrid through dread have heard of the
the whole ol site disastrous: Russian war, their rolui&s, und weto it nol that "uno caUi g'uul "lilt poisoning Jesuit !I" cut of Cholera. An idea is afloat that ;theQueen ] met-!the boiling caldron"het4,
his military re -the
lie continued to their proceedings lairD down. The horse alarmed throw is Gallicia. An order ode,
isiieverowound' ono means ol gutting going to ) consuming fire-iho l piecemeal I
tereivrd srvts
jiuiation, and the knuwl his rider who was severely hurt by iho O"zl'noelillivu time aulhorities a.
killed rat we should bu without tine fa the : fo lion of limbs-the of mangling!
Gn. Gerald replaced being him as i qdgc caf thus which is passing around, all, and there lay the coipsoand iho of that province, bus given rise 10 t>fisi ialomaul-crucifixion and mtlB ys,.

-JLa Moskown division At. Flllllldor'l and those tvho havo the it-puits of iho slayer. until l the latter was assisted to a it. j sand other inventions of. ingenious, a lu"'

commands Odrr I.r. with the tt' town only' io trust to lot iuloimation. suigcun-whilo the oilier received every Madrid is perfectly quiet now. The I I city, but what 410 all eitfihw ?
upon Iho 1 Ibo disease is stillmoro indiguiiy which could bo offered to u.- ) CGta-
blind he overthrew a prral: pill: of must snppusa" that troops are still stationed about, but pared lo the unsupportable miseries
gallant (i""IalU"1 I represent it. Three other Jesuits, who attempted to thcro has been fur ire
which had cut ff1"jIil no attempt renew ire u.ideigoiogl Look 01
the ill ravaliy upon A IkUs
s ian
., from BI Ilin. Dieuvillo, I I Though 1 tho crisis is as soon brought escape shared Ihu sumo fait; and u f.lend iher disorder whilo ago and wo were a fresh sad
: i retieat .fo.
Ni NiM and M.'ntr"an were in !i 1111 in London and i'aris, the geuuiali of mint saw the people hauling the bo ___ _._ -- vurablo specimen of humjoiiv.
pent! uji.i less dies about and swords into AgTsiiUiE O.
tu I' difli em italics. of (hit gallant rxpfoiJs. I i s of the Cliolvr arc plunging ST. I cheeks were ruddy with health tsar
In 1814 of Tioyes, ho saved p'aiiiful hero ihau veto exhibited in thorn at every pause. Blood being now Thursday,.September 35,1831.By : eyes sparkled with coolentweoi
hnd burnt those cities.: Vomiting and duinliccinviriahly shed, the mob rushed ;into the building, I limbs were free and vigouious;
that 0" n from being I tlieio tow and crusted the the Sch. Columbus from Charleston wo fi.Bt _.
but it
capitulation with t-ke place' aio as they inner square ,our step as iho roe 011 them .
bv nn iirivaniapriiiis! When.2ST4pnlecii .( cases attended wish violent ugon$ uudm.nY ; is stated that tho Jurists flied upon thorn have received the papers of that city to tho lath buoyant olsnrdlsts,
Ornl'lul \" our carriage as 111 boa '
the B.vmj! fi'II.b.lie.alc.I.\n fit nei.d Gej j 1111OIlU&: tiff"1"uul any uccided | from above. I have no meat.: of con o..t. They contain no news. I ICIUKI.CS I chamois. Alas, the contrail,s Usti hi
I Cold perspiration is an mvariaOlo j ttudining this us witnesses g 1J
stoiy !
Louis'XVII. si.lT ling.- t my blotdiedi! figuic countenance
tatit .0..1'I hr oalli ol fideliiy'to Dow:eir e, Esq.has been elected: to out : .the
uticndant from tho commence. west ell outside the doors, and none but of
I.. J tl MW.I. iipinlntnl lonniductLmk represent Motyuito :County, in the next Legislative light oar cye is quenched in aazir.g \
., attack. ,
men to thn iciniiutuion of veiy tho e -who were engaged in the subse- tears limbs
ir.e French tape d'ar/nettbtn( atJI : Council, under,the late act of Congress. I our falter and rtfa;
'm"tI,film. l fur a'Ins I II hi; MCI IvW i ihb All classes in society are equally called 'qur-nt acts, and whose testimony must, ; I their office. Ila! once morn the tout

+'Cmss' ,.f S's L'lub. unll| ill1 Gland upon I and many ul the duel families ol 'H.'COI'"Y, be Subject jo dwubl. curt I i is upon" us. There i it ft fire in our '
.. Da.i the 110 +!Id < havo ulitndy inscribed their& victim furnish. evidence upou Ibo point. ThoH'siili The Editor of the Fentacola Gaztttrt ha* -. hear' flu bl>md trmWK
L i k n of II '.u. "R > I grateful for tho 1bue.gnotitu : hiding and .,;c.
our acknowledgements
, tlEIPI" ..t" .. >| ."Ih'd hint lu ,'.'cst', One case ol u ,)'OUII&&: and bebutilul GUI* however was, that fifteen uufor ling .wo 41'C nor sinews acorchip tee
: tIa: the admi- friars hunted from which ho has taken of our prospectus;
G..I 1 of S:rn b:,ig, sifts, ', which lnwt mm; who two day since was lunate were cell to snapping-our fossil l is withered and ioj.
Giivni'O. i.lB. 'lo U was next' fiCtion of tin* Paido, uud who was in ec.ll. and killed. Shall I say murdered t I and we are happy perceive;[ the liberal spirit leil l tiji! like a stroll film comes a
Madrid under painful, but lomaiiiic While this scene was enacted at iho which is manifested in his article. There has aintoar
IJan1t'111| nnin ;.nd< t in Chief tint .11 my SlgllI-.hc agony i over-and
dr 1M ltJII"rl) des+bgnt.t.t, .d hims'II't circuit. ..mcoj lia. uttracied general Jurist' College, ouoihcr mixed party of been too much sectional feeling, too much selfish HIt relented fiom the-vision. vt

t'(104tl)' tit'!ill0 badly -of I.I'g"y and iras'' s ". She was alivo )'u.tP.cJa} ai five mob and Uibanos rushed to the Con interest exhibited in all parts of the Terri. t Seriously the mosquitoes aie tbrotj*

in eveii'lv I "wounded I Iile thus he I i i sin the fullne of health ai d loveliness; vent of Si. Thomas, in the Cello d'Ato tory ever since its cession. The East Westf J and si'fTeiing as wr have* tiered fret:
Mr. Van "Ntss Chi and there slashing in the doors with Middle and Southern sections of Florida have ,
W. ob1iI.t%! lit rPihe! tn'I'oas ,. wh res : at ten she ws "UI'I-" ihesff vill>in.> h', ipmniiu-.l;; pill the cud 01 Se(.t. 1BI5.I the American, Mmisifr, and his lady, hatchets, the same butchery took place, each had their separate interest; and each has !I nnce .n to as itf-: with feelings of appetr hornr.

# \Vh.M. .P-.a i is r-ipiiulitl-d 1 ho! Gemialw I have t'O'h been M.luckr'd I, the former nnd lam told 15 illfuted men were de sought to advance itst own for its own *pccia For days and hightv we bare writhed

,. o!.p of'Jio'o: rhovn ti 'o I pi.*..eui the I lightly, b>'i the latter with IYuo ..yrop* slroyed. In the mean limo the alarm good without reference to those omit. neighbor j under their inflioioiu, realizing Iiten%

at nit's su''n :U+uifi .n h"' K-nir. In loin. Ai one limn the file ol this ex was given to the authorities, and the It has been a waning of the members to thej i that-

IRitf In "Of tit in D .i.v-l 1. tviiff he es- cl'lh'nt und ellullliug'OIUNn., was dos .gairison was called out. The Utbanus J injury of the whole body. We hope these setr *Not poppy nor mafldragora.

poured Madaniiiisellc :'f Yilence!, grand pained; of, but sho" had lasted 'lor moro beat to arms, and the ,three Imitations |ional jealousies will bo done away, and hirrao-1 Nor all: the drowsy syrups of UM Eat,

: dHUgliter l of thr celebrated Madame doG than S0ii>ui+, it I' hoped Iho rancourof assembled in; iho CxIle 'Alcala, in front i ny and good feel'will. exist throughout every| Could medicine us tn that sweet sleet

nli.. Ins 1817 he rc-enteieil Fiance, the rliea<< .P is exhausted, and thai of the hotel! of the B. i..h Minister.- ; portion of the Territ 1)'. For ourselves we will which ih*sr pests h'Vpdnvrn horn M.

: and retired to his citato ofilleri, de m..dicaalu'4 will restore 'her to leer fami '1 he respectable .pail of that body conducted endeavor promote them. I If any of our ibtdei know of o iymc

f jwrtmenl de I'Oire." In 1822 he was ly. themselves well and (t'1; it.t. The Cloltra.-There were 21 deaths by >ms by which' we may get rid of l&rsih

t elected Deputy/ of tho.. Chamber, ulmieho I wt uld gladly- hero end the gloomy llieii! ranks availing the unless ot their Cholera on the 5th rust in New York; 20 on will be doing us a favor io coannasi.-

invariably voted with the Libeial, portion. ..rmy letter, but 1 lam nt io say supe.iinis, but some of the scum of 1'141- the 6th, 19 op the 7th end .2 on the Vth. Total. CIO the info'nniioD.

Blair of whom, have sinrc degeneratcil thai 1 hove other detail h to give; of a still ditd who disgrace "n honorable corps, 82, I,.| Now ire must differ from him. Thf"as

into Duel iiiH.i-ns. and Juste Milivuius., mOle leaiful) nature-deihils so revolting f demanded tn be led' against thu friars ; OnSavanmtli River tho disease was cxtcn-; vie in a mosquitoes 1rin:. How oft bare vt
his life must that lung must it bo ere the Itaiu of und when their ofTiceis'said ihcy had no
The recent events of public ding MIl it had made I its appearance in sat, during thore pleasant sUmmer era i\
.b' fresh in the roemoiy 0'' our readers (lie cvi-nls they telate to can bu wiped I orders, they declared they would act when nature seemed as i if&e slops vfeea th

i When 'hr' stale had turner! tn| favor uf "bens the character of the citizens ol' Alndiid. without them and several did to join in CHOLERA) IN AUGUSTA.Extract cooling zephyr wafted over us balmy .,
I advised !last letter the excess of the mob. All thi look
GmardaMUm .
the three da s General you ilL my
> oi'a letter dated from the'forest, and when the ftffi* of.ail
ed ihn milimiy command of Palis, winct.OniMol lint a rumjr was pievalerit among. the place hi iween iho hours .f three and
in the of tho heaves,ia alJ
{in that the fountain I five anti I know how forit. Arc cm, Sept. 13. canopy
.- niihnuiF hud dated. to task common people wcropoxonrrj not to account ,
: Dbomg has and thai this but it I am sorry the Choicta Us near )"CU. It has their glory sod brightoc* -bow oft ve ttft
the first hours of danger. : I atrocity was at* appear that none'of the' high
.. ever shaft: been indi.gracr; G..,Hid has tutored to situ friars, especially io the!Jlulholhit'l of the ..ity showed themselves been with us since. yesterday, and our city is in i I I have we sate and enjoyed in such an creasf u .

been cotj'ianily! risinj in favor 1 1 FUMlie : Je,.uits. Tho ter-ific uumbci of de"'hi''; on ihr spot whero the excesses wcro confirmation. Monypersona are sending away: I this, the enlivening serenades ot"these.Mf-.

was Mini ier of Wai, wnicli utB-e l"o she 15lh sal the people wild'and glad j' committed until the work was nearly accomplished. their negroes, and quitting the city themselves. !' turnal mintrrltt-how often have they&.

it VMS said he guvu up on account of 4 I+1'0. catch ut any thing instead of tht ud- Another letter of the same date says, that two conned most eloquent masie" in oar sirs, ed

defect in his it m-inine eye, IUt'iugJO"I iniision of iho cholera to that extent, The mob, still unsatiatfd, proposedto cases had occurred which had come up the riper sung until-their exhausted natures caSei fe

tht* iglu:: ) of ouo by a wound. Thin. being l"caicd among them they became attack the convent of San Francisco in boats. .. rest and refreshment. Verily, the Ubem h

1 lie added,, il not to his heioic lime. at ties iced that thu wa'trrs wore t poisoned el! Grande, in iho street of thin sumo Another letter of tie same date confirms the north; of his hire, and who would be so Big

J Cast to In,* sub'-dt.tial hosier aid lure and H number ol' stiles veto sent sound I name, and a numerous body of them above., i, gardly as begrudge them the paltry pleases i

tune, ut II,.* ;;1...i'Jut i'n mono iMkin. otA'twein of persons having tied io five iiiinuifsnftcr directed themselves towards it. The Verbally: wo learn ,hat there was'one death by one drop of superfluous blood that is (' "'-

whet ihb llojot; Ui. IJouie ,. drinking, wad boys caught With t hate, "drised'hill wa goinj; on in .Cholera at Augusta on Saturday morning and ing to make its o escape from his saTciaif*

of OIr.II\1| s, throuuj: Duki u, O, leans .piece* of paper' ill lieu hands chaiged other: .places, bxrrit..dcd their fortes: anti the two cases mentioned above were one of thema veins? How often; -but he has no muic ia ft*

io CJI41,11c, reposed '.Im-d. in thetrenrlii'S with having thrown arsenic IP.O the hue as the mob aporoachec one of them ran white and the other a colored man-tho boatin soul), and cannot appreciate such e ayatfa*

UOIUM h the I"wl.VIllI) : if, the l\ei. +if the iiguado. es. up to the bo I f y, and' began tu toll the I which they were, was cut adrift and sent again these. We will grant him his rcqutt. M *.

old ** rifr ..flhp. eigl'. From m>*i- These tales hecamn mom abundant alarm bell. This enraiiged tin crowd down the riv$r. wishes to thut their music out from hit ss*.7

Ihltlt'. srd/l' Co-iipie, Elientiu :ilansiciGiis.d on the 16 h, and two lives I hive no I''Dt ii wa" 'UI'rord to be a ,ijn..l.o the New BioroRD.: -Up to the evening of the 7th nerves; let him stop hit ears with a reptrfei

h... tan'y nuended io the *'miner doubt tit" innocent nifnUQcam<- foifeitud ''C.IiJII, to rise in favor of he monks {Mtant there had been 12 cases Cholera. and velvet cork; let him invest each of bis neAt?
of MiuUtei olVi.., and has till the whole and the Uibuno, with sksetof doaWc sized vdba
*' pos no n w-i$ not yesterday one ol' : levelling his 9 deaths at New Bt ford. extremities a ,
,, ttiinsly I .. P.e"s'J.'nt of. the Council ol ttNg.-dy wa played. A man it is said, piece; shot the f"iu in the hand With The Cholera was supposed to be leaving De post" and if a twos quito ti mists his prebo**

J\ilni.II'.... mid'*! our moil gi :ci ii.s .ncl) \t.., caught throwing poison into the which ho was pulling, the rope. Ui through them then must he have the sires
troll, in the last week in August. It had carried
&18,1, ) S,., ll'tft.: 'I'htt u"\V s'Is..i.'r. TonniHin nt the Fists 1 t del Sol H* was .companions then attacked the gates; with oran elephant, aad a weapon fcbricaled of ti
oft'two hundred out of
is II.c 'f?V"M ur flf his |I.trdecnxlu.'t l *.ijM'd by the mob and n-seued by un bars and hatchets, and ">oon 'Olitl\lnllin five thousand. persons a population Of best rtfined cast steel l pad sharper! iba JI

inrliMi'CiM and in lenipfr. Jitu" 1.1'j : affirm, who said lie would carry him to entrance, diovr* the it mate from cell to I s I two-edged sword.
The Hon. Selden New
din nun und mini.II', fm Lwu Pnillippr -pri-on. In the scufiln his hat tell ulT Cell, killed 15 o. 16 ot them. It 'was Dudley of York has i Seriously-mosquitoes cs>saot lite 1It....

; he nil) do wh I is *V'H down fir nnd whether ho Hciuallj wav n r.i..r in safd lilac in one ol iho cells wt.'" found I Ia I resigned his seat in Congress! I I 1 and it is a very eoawueat sad ceafe
hin;" B'id like II lit It' d stifilmanan: disguise or that the t>oor cieatiuc had a roan whniiud been rhseeyearst. pri- ', The celebration of the Three Days had ta 'I blc defence agaiast them.

obey oiilcr Au rill% Count G"U'i d b,M lucid; the pi'opU cried out lint he oner, and this circumstance added so ken place in Pans' without any disturbance.

.is a brave soldier, u :: od gcnotnl I. mil wa a Jesuit; they nttenipted to force much fuel to their fury, thai not si friar The King o( :' Frence read his speech to The following (highly interesting i ia-

di-r and mart mute ,pliable tlmn M-ir him ft tim the gentlemen wise tried io thai could' be laid hold! of was suffered the Chambers the 31st of July. furiiished the AIM "

thai Sault nm'iilioim' of honor,- nlnce and cover him (sum their flay, and 1 urn Io escape. Anothei mob had in the | The Cholera in Madrid,which bad carried off,!i I formation Giizeite of is the 19tb ultiro30f by *hK?'*'

prefenncr.t-loyil to the ,(lowers Ih.., told an 'ifimfr df slit regiment of ihr mean time rushed to the convent of La : as many. 260 persons in one day is said to shall no doubt shortly have tire aufces-

be-and, in a word, n loloiably good line, drew his swoid, and paMcil it thin1 M-iccd, and there a similar baihariiy have abated tic\9at Intel

.Ila sort of miiitaiy priifleman, as limes go. she uiifurliinain tnans: body. De the was repealed. The authorities had'by* l fgagtmtnt bttwttn lit

,.; '1 ho King will keep him inns Innr mponlblr mode or death wluil it. in.iy, tho wields this lime awakened from their lethargy, i '11/G'9"itotl-Tho Editor of tho Saturday U.Hitptratc State Ittogoons wad 1'0Wiict 11

*, on account onus taro dorilin'' W. v killed anti his body was drawn a- and parties of military wore potted in I Toarrier complains most bitterly at being bit by from Washtersa
G7u.-D 41 gctilli-nuu
'I furlot to tioiire in due oidur, tlianiw.s bom' and leviled hy the mob. the sevcml I convents to proveut further ; Mosquitoes. Hear him. learn ihit the United Sizkt
: Gornid who prevailed upon N"po- A cry ii i",1 against the Ju excess, niul such of ibo friars as could I MOSQUITOES.Whatever iris right..' county have recently bad a bind!
.. t:; leon to receive Buurmont who had be c..i,1tln.J several he found ulive'wen Diagoons
) prisons tun calling out. to places Excuse us, if you please Mr. Pope. fight with tm It.wnee Indians, J. 1'.1ti
I ,:,'. .- fore 'betrayed him, into favor utirinc i : 'lint' Ihr wateis \\ poisoned by them, of saleiy. The whole gairisun of Madrid There are sumo lhh gs in this world, ibo !litter lost 80 killed and 130 pr;:

-J.. the ono bandied days; -whit 'olloVt'dto. 'a tho rollecn. ol that hodynt the cl urns : was put tinder aims iho cuvnlrywoie 'which oiorrong, essentially, inlrinsi ere. Ourinfoimanidenvrdht.maiioo .

L' you remember rf San f.ide. thn |b.IUd"lnlost in Mad posted in the Calle l.iypr ahd the cally, unalterably wrong; and no effort from young man Who rte 1&

I 'THE caoLtfcA AX* JIIOTS AT MAPRIB.rrei id, in the-Gille do Tfiledo. A number i'uorla del Sol, and be Infantry and Ui- can ever make us believe they aro tight. fort Gibson .hen the prisoners

>ondtnet of Me Zen Jon Morning of li w Uibiinos, jiiined thn cr\.r and banns wcro d'Atvn up ia Calls de Car There Bro mosquitoes for exifflple. We brought iu under the escort of a det '

::.. herald.141eoatu with aims in thoir hands .iushnd! to site raias, Cello do Monio/a, Callo do AI have sat for hours tiyitig to persuade of the Dragoon. The .

... ,July' 18.- When IclusH nivInner ,: .une place, nnd as the fury of the mob oil ay and other feuding points while ourselves that., though ,bitten by them of meat the United States fosses be readWet It
of the 15ih I lid not ejrpdct thefoilful I:i strengthened, it was p"oposnd tu break strong picqiJbts and pairolcs went toiirnltho until reran scorned diffused over our ship were hell ta pt+.

|pictures I Rlive uf the sjitintinii if: open the dnOI.llud;..nrch for site con town,. dividing It into sections and whole 'frame it was all right. Wo found soil exploring of iho The f..anSr
Madrid that till Would have o''I rented IJobon.-1 the time tho hottest inhabitants IN
rraihy moan some giving some as* that upon this subject we were indifferent said have fought desperately
,.. J far sarpasifd; ii. The returns whlchwere of the ravaliy of the Uibanos arrived, suriinco that their safety was watched o* orguflers or rather that the omnipotence r hive killed eight of the DIIIISO

': t t made tip MI 11 thai night, announced no .nd a large lady of inftintiy apparently ver. Notwithstanding these demonstia 'of truth. could not'be impugned by Several were tat .
J :,,'':' !INss than 2GO d.**'hs mid 500 n."w caietiifrliolftra under command, and iho latter drawing lions iho 'convent of the Carmen was the fake sophisms of the schools. Nature the 'Osage time prisoners hORI whoa II

'..'.; r: : and hough ,teidy and up in line beforo the church, the former atlmked at midnight, but the friars had took put against us. same satisfactorily ascertained

top-d4y the numttrr. aro-less (fearful the patrolled near it without any definite so wall! Barricaded their gates that iho "The flesh will quiver when the pincers tear pretty the : whom the Pawnees

s" 0 diiate lull l.-bor"with malignity and object. The Jesuits within alarmed! at mob could not rffVci an entrance The blood will follow where. tho knife doth from yaDn ciao Hangers man !lait summer bad.

a.1. not on hour f passes but what srnif s meiH this. proceeding, attempted to escape in I Dm tOrr1'o say that my kind friend wound. the only W'
tied to ihoir I 1,1.tit homes. Y"stnrday, other clothes, and some to shut them- Mrs. Van Ness is numbered among site No, no there could not have been no killed Theso aro able to c
the 150 this tine list is solves in their; cells while oih dead. Her ( that our informaul was
deaths.wero day tip spirit patted .om the bodyat mosquitoes at Twickenham.or the great that of SaWW1we
To damail
I nut yet made out. Every moment lisp eta provided themselves with fire rlnl. i three this morning. Never was shore satirist would never have deliberately furnish, or the details rfaffir.
.. 1 lack litters the- II is said the latter showed themselves amiable and minded hopo will
> are passing through a moro high lady: penned his above :quoted npioion; "
principal strVats, whila the death .salts 4t ,th,.'windows threatening to repel any charitable, sweet tempered beloved by. | Wcro any of our readers ft Tucker- -

'go about collecting rlii bodies'of the utark, and many assent, that they fired 'her family, aba sinks into the grave in i ton, during the late b"laIPI.easont We it'

pour and we tee logetltec., covered with tome tatted the fact, and I do .jai preparing return to has own homo when tro remember of' II bur blood and eccentricgeni'js: : ,'WlllwwaliasTelcf

ed cloth which scarcely conceals them not find by the evidchce! of the people' and that family to whom she was a. tingles the thought of our sufferings i 1 Porcupine, has tea!:\.w
with decency. residing in the nelghboihood 'that any blessing, and whose absence, fioei 'her As one whoso midnight slumbers have I work the good people orLoIJVVI" .
The fet ono UCftl men that Madrid lisle,, act ol madness was committed. has long been the'occasion fl.erlecrot been broken by the intrusion of:an {impertinent foimeol on the subject of .0 each

s.esds. 'are hurried from place to place That, however, is the justification aU grief.-Her husband is deeply stricken: ghosts starts, whenever the J,!inv.siol of Irclaand." flow

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........,... i idea ever entered "i&jo his t cau& feathers wore held lobo non.coa- .. Marslial's Sale.By CLAIMS .
c4aet ladertake 10 ei.1.ift. dactort ilenco a feather bed hat bRa,| BY VIRTUE of a writ o"eadiri ".
.e kxtyer' a. iho fact alay bt'. the i csot i of many a timid person du-i l VIRTUE of a Planes writ of UNDER THIS NINTHDISTRICT ARTICLe 1 Expooas 1 issued out of the Sol .

i"" conceived and published ring a ihundor ttotnt. It stems Ifotroverj Firs Facias issued out of the So* UP EAST FLORIDA, l'e.ioi Court fur the Euiteto District of

**.! JT-prtMii il i is Hill mote wonderful that their pluaiigo is no ptotcction 1'"lor Court for the E astern district o At Chambers Wth dud '1834. } F ioiidtt and to me directed and delivered .

*?iieWfmd| people in the Ea.Jet..liI.u the feathered tribe against electricity lot ida and to me directed and delivered liJ'O < ICE is hereby given that the I will ripoie to public sale to float
tit 1) execslwclY sillYan4iib Tho Palmyra Sentinel states that three i, I will expose to public Sale in (runt of JLN| undersigned is prepared to teceivo Itf ihe Cu u.huuso in the City i of St.

"" ignorant a. 10 crrdil such, crows and geese were recently killed in. the Court House in the City of Su Au- such CLAIMS 'for losses occasioned by Aogjsiiue po Saiuiday the I6h dy of ._
;":. 7 But that he U believed c* the town of Walworth by a stroke of; gutiiueion Monday the 31st dUI 61 Match the Troops or the United States io the Apt il next between the hours of 11 o' ,
: .
:. H evident from tho proceedpreiing lightning, and we noticed sonia weeks next between: thu hours of 10 o'clock! A. year 1812 und 1813, us have not heretofore clock A. &1. and S 'croek P. M. of that ...,-.
-."r, of Ibo ManeheMer Re. ago in IIn eastern paper that lago IS]. and 2 o'clock P. M. of that day the f i been presented to the Judge of day, abe following property ;o ail : A ".

W'or. *awIY. lalrlJ. held in London number l facZ4mueie found dead, following!: property to nit: a certain)t this District, or in which the' evidence fiuuso and lot of gii.uiid fa Cju ck ..; ..

,........ .,i'..ttf...s ri&'dy) rcaoh''d that this [laud that their bodies showed manifest Studs or ;pat eel of laud consisting of ighl'tl."Jullttld wuswith held in consequence of the deciiiou acid City; of Si Augustine, finnung 08 .

4i'C'C"'Y clr Uobbott, ns leif evidences that they had /Nnun killed by acresaiiuatfd west of thin St. of the Secretary of Treasury, Chatlouiw'suret: bounded on the Nut th
f-.1 elaborate essay "*'i;. thoi the same electric Hold that I shattered Johns river, the udmcusurnicnt thereof that such cltirns were not piovided (lor I by a lot of Charitable society, on thu
ata. MHiaNt ilociimenl that lus is* the iron under which they had sought i ishelter. beginning at the mouth of Buckley's hy the Treaty of 22d Fcbruaiy 1819 between South by a lot{ of LUmbias, ('n the mt
.,1 i | he Ciin-Ji: test theso many .-JV. }s. Com Adv. Creek below white spring{ and follow the Governments of she United b y Clurlotieslreci, taken MI ills I proper
,..d flltft' < of the I' I ing ulJ\vurclllhe margin o// said .river to Sintos nod Spain. ly of Muiiu Cur un., at the -uit of
.&d i i. deserving most
.;" 41 ; cii'A;;: the where Ibo road Mickler and Anna his Admix.
e*'in of l Me Majn'ty*i Gav- Deaths by case of unu- puint public from I 1 Each claim will be preferred in the ,
ftti ia M the Ppoi'l or Enplane! !l" suit| distress occnrred in the Eleventh'; i'icoUta tu Alucliu-* crosses tho said rivci form of a Petition, in which he Petitioner SAMUEL ULAllr Marshal.

Nitas**d Raleigh Star. : Ward, u day or awn since. Ruth fat bar ; and has lie following lines as itsboundaries .' will tut forth particularly the The obovo sale is postponed until the Ii!'..

...-. i" nnd mother died of chulcm whit,hi n, a lo .veil : the 1st line runs nature aNd.amount o\\ the I l"s'cs sustained first Satutday iu October.

I INlin fioai nn Intoli- law hours of each other, leaving five from u stake at the mouth of Buckley -laP time ai which, they occurred .
.LfI'e.Jau 'lau' (keen afflictedcomplaint perfectly I ht"lplesllltld dottituto childrentlio Creek South 25 degrees West 112 chain and [us this ent--lDilY be.] that Iho claim ADttll TnAT01t'S SALE. -

i di.ruing' that oldest only six yeartdfagc. Tho J to a pino tho 2d Hue runs trim laid bps not been .hvfuo I presented to the I IN V1UIUE of an order of the .

... m."t 1)f bWanIj i I paper, I I h paroiui wore from Ireland, poor Bud pine South CO de' epees East 174 chains I t Judge of lisle Dintiict. or that .shin evidence Judge ;flf the County Court fo the ''
,,,, "H.ti4tt1 nf salprtre. gives him "or. f icndloss. Tho children tfuru found by lou pine the 3d hue runs horn said I I inswid cl.'un wits withheld in con.equence County of Mosquito, I will offur 'lot silo

rid He keeps. a quantity' of ihowMth Aldtrman Fickctt; playing in iho sund- pine South 82 dfgices East 154 chains s of the deciiinn of the Secretary at public auction in Ibo CrY of S". Augustine _
ted rim. has hern sifnlll soaked MtMrjhe" house unconscious of their loss ion pine the 41h linu ruts from uid of thn Treasury tjft the ISih day of October

fIIt e, 'Ii iid aftenriad dried '+r ,siiuaiion and without any relative' pine South 33 dfgtces Enst 175 Tho Petitioner& will moreover aver neit all that ;pivco or parcel of land
+...., .r. chains to piuu the 5ih line runs from that tho time of
oabimli, send nil thin, lertlr.lfflf iu take car of them. Alderman Fick. .ut suffering the losses supposed tu contain six bundled acres
'... aroy+fl>, { 'ihuh! in. 1 I ten i immcdiiitely took them into his otvn said pino South 5 elr.rcl.Ve.I. 123 complained ofhe was H subject df Spain situated in ';stid C>itimy ot Moq,iio! on
| buruiug half n sheet in w"'1: ran, and phiccd; aster comfortably in chains to'a pine-tho this 'line runs horn I. and that previous to the happening of this HilUburuogh River bouimtd! un tho .

"It I rWtfn.m Other who have been rimnlfrcied "shy Alms 1 louse.-lb."Quite said pine South& 15 degrees East 123: said looses the agent or Hoop,s -of the East by laid River, on the N.>MI! by
"1srte." IMVO tried it with a corNnrfi' i I -- chains to a ino-ulld. the 7th line ruus I I United States had eiueroo East Flbrida. lands of LJiidscy Told and South by

x 1q.r V : In no CUM .Ins Jj: abot'e &o (rem said pine North 85 drgrf East I! The Petition tinned by thepetitionirt' lands of Cruger nnd Depoy inr, being .
t.DJi-Pc id fail, *o Far HI his ,luiuiWe f an Eugliili:: ronviri; in New South Wales 110 chains lo a slake tin the Piculaia>> ,'! will ho filedvih: the unrii-isigned, who tho tint thorn part ul a ones of land containing

l L..wa fltPflI.' doem the It'll iiiIH'iBt i. is in pusicssi'in of a clear income of1 road -Alio one ihoiinxnd acres at nplaco ;::. will then appoint" n time for icceiviiig & 1100 nCIl'I. grained to said Amy -
..I.M lo w.itrunt ihu pnbliratool ; .isl) .h..tlnd: pound; toiling. His' called I Cedar Hunrnock or a 'sHammnrkun proofs in to1)l rots or the same.<< broso hulk: by royal title' from Goventor

'fc'fcriptionfhleh certainly scv">rnl .!sh.I,.. cnntainitig upwards nt ills South pint of MOM.I"1! All claims 'must .bo presented within Estrada on Ihe 22d dny' of Fuhruaiy

f ihi | of simplicity. If it shall 100,000 acre., nnd 'hi s pioperty in th<* pond bring a part of two thousand ocifs, onr your from the 26lh J ono la>t. 1812: and purveyed by G':o'g. J. t. '
I,, itoiftNti which were granted to George I. Applications will bu ma do ol she i u CI.i.ko on the 25ili day of M4y 1317. I
town of him iii 10,000
rficaiio( iU istoad Sydney bring F'j
pest t" y s i, .. Clarke in ubl'.o..o. prnpeity.dii the 1 Chambers of the Judge between the The first line of said 1100 acre tact boRin .
H ha
wice. It. *" ht ,"dily lasted."v pounds per nnntim. > s 17,000
I head of Fi'btuaiy'l8ii also five huudied a- hoursnl'/tn und four in II.* rl\'. at a wharf of SIQOO on this western
Rework Adcirtijcr. 1 uf ;horned cattle nnd l 400 tiruod
\ marc All this ho has sic.gsrirrd ores, nt and ubout the head of Drop ROBT. RAYMOND REID bank of litllinnHjiigli R"fr. and
property Crcrk '% itch empties 1 itself into ihe Sr. Judge ,.( the S',pr. Court, runs North 5oV 240 chains tu.. ......ked -
his f fDIED.
R *coid on what emincij'Btiuti.
Tr Vilkge Johns river on she Est side, peing part: IM. East Florida.1'nivATE. cedar tier, iheucu the second line
i ifiV; he itt<>M t creditable authority, ----,- -1 -- AId- of u trnct of two ihniifand acres ,,'bichweur. runs South ;O W. '40 chains io n .I i ke
grit, nrsr4+ r ofheu'sfgg* have been .-In unit city. on ilie 22.1 in granted to said George I. F. CUrkoon No. 61. bounded by 'Nulls "I| Lind.ey Todd.-
j ndiaibii rounn mill the words1836Y of rnr :million; M,. Rnnenr Y. BLAIR, the 15th Frbiuary 1811. Also five AN ACTfoi' the ,,'Iitlltf certain in The Thii'd lino runs from the fi .i m ko .
"\\1"\ it"ti in di.titici ui.d nerd 39 nf Iho fum of.B-irber &. !
years huudrnd arrrs nt BOO about the head of liahiinnuiif EHU Fiurida.He South SO9 East 280 chains to to otiier .
....f8W th"Ult'''' written lrgib!> Blaiit August., ;Gro. and a native ofFOR the said Deep Creek being the complement tf enactEd byla, Stnatt and House stake; iI-t':jonrth line runs fmm this >e- p
,.. and that ilio%uvh.. IIUVH M"ultdul '
", ; flI' '
of, tivo thousand acres' first rfbove n1Rr resentaticesoftheLnitcd.Stutc s I fond stake to anothef, North 703 East
tfflItL.a uy tiu', ) must bo o itu nl pro .- 1. mentioned : taken us the properly ol of America in Cvflgit&asiimttlcd, IlualIht. 40 chains, and tin fifth lino runs lions ...

.w..n<<, alMl"flirt Ywv 1 there like), a cannot wltalv!tm' tin Y ....- 7t A VGVSTINE.Sch. George J. F. Cluko vt tho suit of Archibald : .' St'Cteiury of iKe I litMM r} be, und I .'tins thud stake. io the lIid! w.iuf40
tHfrtittf1. T"" Clark chain.
.. ho is hertby uthoiiz --- ARRIVED. I SAMUEL DLAIR, .Marshal pay, out of' any most in the Trca,}' ALSO _
NEV.YOUKlSrp.4.tu Columbia, Kt>llun, NVtv Haven, | Feb. 26ih 1834 49-5w noi 1 ofhonviso 1'$" "O stated: ihe i>rnouniawnided All tint certain po' tom (if lh. *nnio
\rrrrfu" I't'tc| it'+' bj ihn' daily vi;t\tun. 5 days. 1\1..,. Inndizo: \ The above solo is po"poned until by the Joilge of ihe Supeiior "ucof 1100 ..c.e,. b'lundfd on the

AjrrTui. that tliu clmlcia:: has mudt in C Duwiiinp, V. Sanclu-z ind Tuul. the first Saiuidtiy in Orlob r. 1 i Court nt Si. Atg usiinr', in thin Tcni'o- south by II;; tint* ..unnillcs'r' I ly l-"m .

'e't1ksealncr in Nt-waik und in its Passengers, Mr. &, 1\1111. Nye, Mcssis.Tunic I of Flotidu, tttidei ,lln* utithoiiiy!; of the said wharf, nest by vacant bard, rorili
titian!' A. 1\'lrt. dusk fmra this city j jTH L 'nglay and one other. j NOTICE; is hereby gl\'tlIlO nil pnr-- I foe 'hundred and sixty Ii..t chapter ol J by I land oi t and fit'* ht acid Hiv-

ukwi OH TnOMlay with that disrasnmi I c ____ .t..d lint Deputy Surveyors the acts of KeVonieenlh Congie: p- 01, and coni"inmg.tou 100 ..c..-.; ..t! dit-d mi }e>i<'idy moiuing. She Superior Coitrf-East Florida.IN will be .n tigr it'ioin the. (rust of | l le pio\ed Ihiull\JHch. ono litousstid eighlhllurlud the remainifg portion ..ft..hJ nucl l I.> "gtouth
Ittd p4 lakfB firely of beets at dinner CHANCERY. November next unlit rompletcd) in thaw.vt'Y t und >\vihiylure, fur losses ol said tvltart. ,

lid flf 11Iu..k melon in she nftctnnon oft Elizabeth Bunch I| of thai section of rouniry pmhra- ;1..rcuiorl'd in I:.t I rIm ida. by tho ALSO
14 "'f\'H\UI <,. It is said that there t.. '! I iced I between the Gulf of Mexico und, the : tree i,s in the M.'ivicc of the United All' tl'ht! "piect vl l liuid, contanirg 500acie ; "

tare nitic or ten CUSPS uu Tuesday a. Thomas II. Dummett, Dsuphs Dommctt, Cicc- Atlantic Ocean us specially' deieiuiedby t t Stal'-i", in for )ear ono thousand eight ; brasS| the southern pan of a tract .
lIu' workmen on tho rail road at 1 11 G. Mumuogn, Samuel McCartney, Alcxanr of 1500 coiifnmed lonwM) Hull
IMRg Districts Irticied A. B. C D. E. & F. t hundred and iwt-Uc and one ihousundj icif a:
PeB n Hill' thai four had died und Lawton Gordbn& Charles, Nathaniel Lawton.ON A.. Thorn Joseph in a drat ram depo ied with tin K l "''.|ir f j' right hundred ..ntllhilleep. in all cases iho ...nn;lime situated at l\lotqullo afotesaiil -

.. that one fir tn-o more acre in a hopeless MOTION OF TilE COMPLAIN- of the Archives .i S, Augustine, for the I wheie'ilfo decision of iho .lIid J.:rI&ot l in what arts known as Turn oJ. .
14.11'. A8&tlHor case occurred neat I at. aoUefl l. und it having been made to infm motion of iho coinmiuiiiy, togeihrr i rhiill ho doomed* t hy he, Socrethry of> bull* West em S".nll'| and suiveyt-J hy t '
Strask b,i4e. appear by affidavit That the said Cicilv G. wilh the fraction mound said City, and IIH! + Ticaiuiy to be just :. Provided, George Claikeo'i the 25ih May 1817. ., .k,
. -- l'I Munninga, Samuel McCartney, Alexander Got* the island nl AitdMHii.i.. Tho survey That no awmd be paid in iho OEI"J. A. PUTNAM! AdmV i

In car of IVillu lct loiter, there. don Charles Nathaniel Lawton A.reside Thorn out Joseph of tho Lawton Jurisdiction and uf tlar antsY will alMi bo rxecuied ender f case of those who at the time except of suffer September 4th, 1834 24-5wi

bfnficri|.Utn of a ship l : (I of this Court tho said Cicely G. Munningtinsome i special instrucriiins, copies' nf which I'lllao I loss, were actual subjects of this f- -
"Tfcfre. It nothing in Ihc'bole world part of Ibo West Indict, and tho said A* can ho icon by upppiying to the rityiiuthniilics S|> tiiVittrffSft% founder Gordon, Samuel McCartney, Nathan (persons art warned not to pay .
like bicathtngucatwe
KHiitsr o a or Keeper I nf the. Archivesuforcsaid 'sot That' no awiid be paint tot depredaiions ALL
tel A. Thorn, Charles Lawton and Law .. D. S. Guiwuld
Joseph or to oin -
The of hickIMili.Fn any
at a ship. which will rookie nil ,
energy; penonslo commiilc-d in East Flundu'

ton in the United States. It is ordered that tho ; previous ,
i porsun any for whaifage rnr,
the IxMju.y if 'her shape and ttd advisedly on this intcioslingcub* into that money .
above named defendants do appear and answer tu the entrance (piovinro i as slit subscriber claims' the right in she
(OIMrh'.al't".ead the ease with which the said complainants bill fcf complaint on or before joct 'Tlseame.rrgiiremeutsatcex.tct- of ihe agent or tiuops of the UnitedSiatos.
lite is roi& fed ny she one mind upon the twentieth day of March next, otherwisethe cd of he claimant, with icganl to this same. A. FLEISCI1t IAN..

Irergwarter deck to whose v>Icu she .isIS laid bill will be taken pro confuse against fuivey nf 1 private claimsns horelcforo i insimilar Sec. 2. And be it further.enacted, Sept. lOch, 1834. 25.-if. .,

ebedirft l as the coulter fa iho teiii, them.And it i. further ordered that this order be canes 10 enable the Deputies ta That lilt Judge of the Super ins Court of NOTICE.SIX -- .

-pie n with daily udsn rntion. I published once a week until the said twentieth, perform their duties under the (airs nnd 1 I r 01. Augustine bPI and ho hereby is, authorized weeks after date; I will apply F
.ue Wo form month* a gueri iu this day of March next in the Florida Herald. Dated their inttiuclions, nnd for ship faithful I to receive, examine, and adjudge > the Hon. the J'.dgo of the
..w""r ftian-uf.trar, and to this hour I St. Augustine this 16th day of September r. performance of which they are hnnndJ all cases of cliims for losses occasioned jCuumv Court of Si. Johns County for"I .

Itf'VfOt .at. my foot .taie of
all'Mittf a4; ('f'lil wonder and iliennuveU I I ROW RAYMOND REID ,i I ihcrcforo'ftgain and again lake om-: ihot.sand ei fi ht hundred and twelve, and JOHN ANDREW, dec.Si't. .

keapt'r's read ill.. ward r-'am Judge Sup. Court, Did E. Florida.A lion to solicit nil |>ers.'n* hating eijjht: hundred and ihineen, not heretofore 101) MARY A NORr. r
lit g,.,," eat in Tuican>. It were I. true copy-Attest, cfaimi to be surveyed within the Units t presented ro tht said Judgn n' in I ..
tIt i'rir'C An" Gof the golden leaves of a It. D. GIBBS, Cirr*. ktsignattd; t ilie} will every which tho cvldenco was withheM i incotiseqnencoof NO Ml ....
1'" Del.tu Have Chummed on a cruise." i Sept;.25, 1831. 27-Gm 'facility in these officers, as requited by the decision of iho secretary SIX "k* alter dat".Iho .. .ciit'frs
I County- Court---Dnral Coeetl'--- t former notice I"mhlo l them to 'lay down, of the Tioastny; that will claim* .*piy io Ia.,. Hon. ih.. Jtt GrlJlilude.-A New I their chums' without impeding she tarn nOI.uvidt"cJ fUI for of of ihe coun y ru,ri ol) Si.' Johna CO..I.Y. .
v "i+p man from In the matter of Ibo Estate of Robert Fritchard surveysof ( hy treaty
Vsik, wanIj Harmon Dcniton, it boot'rmlo I end Eleanor Hall, Dec. tho public domains. F''b.nsuy twenty second. ono ihous ndighl { for letters of administration on the tvt-ite
.' Ihh Coy i lave monthsstatenI NOTICE OF DISCIIARGE.LL I Survc>or's uftlceTa't...*,. J'lw IS54 .> hundied and nineteen, between ,: nf Joseph Floyd. known under slit SIM- ,

f+nikard his business vrry'-uc.I PERSONS INTERESTED, WILL n. BUTLER, the! goVoinmenJ. of the United Stales nth goveiumeni, by tho name" of J se .
re\etallyIririsg 'rii j so ju urn hero with A please to take Notice that .ix months Sur. Gen.ol Flunds and Spain, Provided, Thai' such claims; Plot rid y Juanedotf East I Inriddttc.
lit- r.JtioJ+I It'ftH .f .only iwo or thien from the publication hereof; the subscriber ad be presented lo tin said judge in the CORNELIUS TAYLOR )
minLetr.tDr of the several Estates of ROBCBTPxtrciUBD NOTICE. CATHARINE TAYLOR J
Wf kr
brat lie Wrfs confined by tho small I dec. and ELCAVOR HAL.., dec,will space of one year from thin pauMgobftins
.porions having demands ngi imtt Sept. 10 ,h 1834. 25-6w.
** H* M ALL net: And provided also themilhmiiy
{ tlm disease in its most present his accounts to the Honorable the Judge Estate of John Pnnclianl.dcr. ..
7"7OI '<' form, for IC\'lJral.), his of tho County Court of Duval County for eettle) well them attested and allpersons I III-rein. given shall bo sub j PCI 11.. ISM lULKriNh err ree'lully J iniotmi
,** Will cfmiklein] inevitable. Due went, and will then and there also apply to the I piescnt duly; io the icsirirtiins created 1t..ltIO pro lIly''' he int'kbitants ,.f St Augustine, slut .
brig iliiitim said Judge to be discharged from Ids admusiaLion 5tra. indebted to said estate nio required wars the Irc.ion.JJEDICIL .i.. ill ,
IIM a ai's: I ited to ,pi eceding i coinnicnce her ciool! for the insttuc*
of said Estate. 'o make immediate pAymp.nllnSARAII ion ul ounl.dit.,
5.5 1 Iftt ) on ihe J8li: September
TitrtiMs in the hospital by a I firpt. 22, 1831, S7-Cmf PUNCHARD.Adm'x.Sept. at her mother's, rrsids'nce.: .
"ag maw i one or iris Mlow boarders
Sept. 10. 1834. 26 8 TXBMS.
eke teak I X tvtrfcs after ,date I will apply THE STATE IF OUTH" CAROLINA.FTjMJE .
C8"'lliioll upon the eplora* For bpelling, Rf ad in j ,.\Vrii inf. and
We co.klitionf min who appeared a f3f the Ito.,. the .lu ;ee of J lie Cnun'y Court SALE. LEC1URES in this ii.Miiu Ntedie work, per q>iart-:r g?.
s..l\fb ut tit.: Johns Cuuutjf fur i hlerst "\dministra! JL lion will. Arithmeiicand!
the secondSattirdriy l with the
begin on Gsogra|> >y .
atraagrr, friendless und weigh of JUIU dec. Vviiiuo of tin order issued
t'.t i I burs on the Estate Knvis JP fret above ...
in Novemb g.h
daa'Q And) close
all'xi. on
by.. diteato cn \ni.E3 \v"MARSHAL'S CI.'nIU
frightful ft County Cnurl ofpnval! County Srp*. 4 b. 1834. S4
Tt.r. (. I the first Monday] in Mnrrh foUoxving. __ _
if'nrf. who well acted the 1I ,
so I SALE.BY will be'Iffrrd at ptitlic '11p!! sit J ir k-
tara) &f'11." good Samaritan, was revardfc sonvil'o else tenths day of November Anatomy.-J. EDWARDS IIoLtoRooit VIU f E oft writ oi Fief F.r'js ISMI
nn ,
t4 i i virtue of a writ of fieii i foci at M. D.A'ur.
ea of
<*ut the Superior; Orun of tIe
d4) tines bv D 'ni.on. who between the hours cf 11 and 1 '.
rfthe Court next, <'
issued Superior Kasiern
afar out ry.-JOHN WACNRH, M. D. Dlsirirt: of Flnrida and to me directed '
knf'.n" eoverifif from the eT| cls of his I hoc the Eastern District of Florida, midI clock of that diy "on tho premises rim Institutes and Practice of Medicine, anddrliverrd.1 will ex tKsr to public Sale in
( Ling at his trttdrwhich: directed and delivered I will oxpose home < nd lot belonging to she estate ol front or the Court !! S. HENRY I
to me OICKSON 111. D.
a&d..d 1.1,., a prnfuablo pmploymont I ule in Cent of the CourtHouse John Punchard, dec. Augustine on Hot 3aj' the 3ls' of March n< at.hrtween .
r"' oflfjdefiatiding; this I{ to public SARAI11JUNCIJARb.\ffm-a.' L'AImidrg.-DIIJND RAVENCL.M.D the h,tin .110 o'clock V M. and :JI
frreat among other, I in the city of St. Ai-guuinc- on J Alateria Altdita.-HENRY H. FROST *. M of that fcy the right title and interest 1oj'
who bad periled his own life, in December Sept. 10 1834. 26-8wiCLAIMS
Saturday the seventh day of i M. D. Dirk FteischmiM: of in and to the following
'itHiftr. ltim 1ft the midst of a dnngcroas next between the horns of 10 o'clockA. NlNfllt Jtttru.-TkoAs G. PRIOLCAU property, to wit i a house and lot situate in
f.:... ntli s,1 tome twenty or sitars41st.l y M. nnd 2 o'clock. P. 11I. of that date UNDER THE 111. D. liarrack ward h tbs City of 8t. Aujrutline aid
+ir. I ARTICLE.T" I bounded. follows to wit on tt.e North by a
tha following property, to wilt ony : Subscriber! will Yrretre Ctt> a tin J PbysioloSys-JAUxa MouLTnic, Jr lot belonging fQ else tllatc of JuhnForbmot* ,
house und lot situated on George street !rr the 9th article fan,. will give his M. D. 1 thrust by a lot belonlng- to Charles Ltw* '!'
X:fp tVre of rkrttatali to ditt&uA MIl ia the city of SI, Augustine, and bound- personal attention to their set tmeni before JAMES MOULTRIEJr. I I ion, E\q on tbe',the south by Street .
ltofMtIft. i tot belonging! to J tiihunal. Having hid some experience and on the a e.t., by Georre Sirett-Iake as
fino horse belonging to a ed on that north by a the (proper Dean of tine Faculty
t..atle..o in the fir tt ward, ....d o+ ;u Col. P. H. Perrault, on the East by ,and suit beln thoroughly acquainted of these teat with ms' 1 July 2.17 suit the properly William of A I-id Cadwell.SAMUEL Dirk.Flcischman. at the

St.a4.f. t+tv+. been teiceden Mde"'t y t:j George street, on tbe south by a lot belonging Whatever the nature business tcircnimssiatteea of this description may be DLHIR )tarahal.p .
\"klfltt1y the proeedinff J1igltf.MIa S to Mn. Capo and on the west' entrusted to him will be trftwrted with'.iihfulness. 'The above sale ia postponed until thetvr
erery symfHom of Asiatic Che4erI. f by Maria Sanchez or bridge creek j taken K. B. GOULD. :N olice.ALL Sa\u"fay! ia (kiobrr.e " mil l died with aH the era caps and ai the property of F. M. Aredohdo 16th July 1634.. Persons having; itemsmh agalntt tis OTICE.'SIX
5Msms w.Itieh M often mntk> that .11. surviving partner of ,Arednndo and ; state 01'v. n..Iicer.. issue of Nasuu ; .
''-. surviving i County dee will pc! .trmler'' ttiero in dutauthenticited > weeks after slate I trill apply>>I lo
Sia *) .
Hif .. suit of Asaha Howe
et, wa remember, ec.tefrtcl at the
tea, e' and hate indebted to said Judgfi of the County C"+'irt nf
..elC the cattle in Ireland, sad partner of Howe and Dimon. Notice. "VSIX f'I.te.1II please ccme for ward and make ira St. Johnt Couriry f for letter of Admin. .
tea 1 ftet e.teat, daring the prevaleMewlffaiu SAMUEL BLAIR, weeks date I will apply for let mediate islratino ihe Estate orj.ueph Ho
paymentWtt. on IHU
.. 1882. Maishal.. cor Admhiistmiion on the state :ofWir..Csrvin. A. ItOBSHLL.
.FCLKC1A N P (1An u Qualified Executor dee. JAMES PELLfCIER. .
1>> tale is' posponed until : .
a shtvelwwtiiijpoted to be sit- The above :.Jlu! )7th, 1854 2c -'''. July 17,1834. 178.- Sept: 11, 18'4. szG-Ow
1tt 1 from rite the fret Saturday in October I
efifects of l lighten i c HIP t II I
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P ,leceivIbg IflJufl tea the Y vmruBof aaiuswritof fieri Adlill'lUcd ;rT 101h,18S4, 'ftfeaMaHsof pf&iigcdelay

d 1 without any N rammed out of the Superior>> Court for the fD8 HALI for t lag the
explosion. He +rill! District of Viands, tad to me date '
BLINDNESS. Bittern v: Uaittf Matt,for feet years from January
into o cannon,fired o through the roof ted aDd delivered. will expose to pablo tab 1835. .to ffeca&er 31st '1836, oa thefeStevifHi m '" Jo
.T aiaar. coaxwAU.: of the theatre, and light oa the 8teepI< in front of the Court Uouseiia the city of St.' I post fttrtea la the Territory of Florida marred ike Depvt .h

31iad!-Blind!-Jmt out from mca! of time Baptist cliurcb.1'THE Ausctwtiacron Sstorday the 4tb day of October ,vim be received at this office until the I 2. Seven a....uao ......, swed
"Prisoaed from light in a starless den! I next.between tho !fetus of 10. o'clock A. U. 20tt day of October nest,inclusl ', ied petdag tH 8I 1I, itlasl ... ..y Its.4____ .

tht love! and 2 o'clock P. M. of that day,the following No. 4Th, From Saint Frtok's bcksmiviHe
iVILL by
strata,but I cannot ate v DBUNKARD'S tracer parcel.1s of tend to tone tract or 3. Fi,. doBln w......r.r.;. fer t
to St 85 miles and
J look below-I bolt above; I' Family at hOrDo"&h'es titoa Augustine, ten mia lel to IIrite !
ABBOTT, in his parcelted 0 hind coaststing of 5000 acres, back, twice week. Fernanda to be j Ia tisse ..
I dare the broad bright dazzling sun. thus the rll1ln1c rtl', will.t I on the east. tide of the river'St Johns regularly once a week fram St Slarys9 supplied 9 price ofa trip fora fc... 10 '."d III .,

The glittering waves as they leap and run "| _- bcginuing to bo enfeebledin between Buffalo Bluff and Mount Tucker, :: milesi Mandarin once a week, and Pablo osce. eafereed.proM to be ueai+ks to be "\1 '11; "I,

burning shore; II be palsied and ssfqllows to wits the Sat line in two weeks by efofs rootesi ,,
The shining slimy the body and fearing& may soon 4. Mad arriers
begin on the bank of the river aforesaid and aro to be-&ee '
night entered that Leave StMafJs every Wednesday and Sat "we !
But all thjs U nlptadlelll in mind and having ruM north 12 degreer, east 115 chains to a tons" Na
ttrday at 4 a, m, arrive at Jacksonville same
For ever, and ever, and ever more! course ol iutempranco (sum which I'havenot.rcjolvcd pine marked H on the bank ol small creekor day bJ 6 la, 5. Propoalssrotobemuxl .7 th

to Her, do make and pub- branch-tfce 2d line ruM south 31 degrees Leave P.Jacksonville Tbundiy and though payments are made ncrf,. JtI I
every '
"What the sky and its suns to mt I 95 chain to another pine with the same "mastDoruaonTwhether state t e .
are _
lisle this toy last will and testament : : Sunday at S a: m, arrive at S t Augustine same ,_
What is the mighty rnigh\jr teal of &Duk-the 3 J line south 72 degrees \Veat 205chains fa a four bone
Having been made in tbe Image days by 6pm, bone cc to e
: to another pine with tbetame mark at stageor otherwbe ,",
the solid land Leave Leave St ere rte
Augustine Tuesdayand -.
The mailing rircrr rational every
of enjoy- tisemeat doc
capable act
my Cieator a place called Horse landing en the bank ol specifi the triode .
stand at 5 arrive it Jacksonville ,
Saturday a m
The blooming heather whereon we menr, i imparting bapiuess to'oll er>, and the said river thence\ along the tame to the 6 may be earned on horseback or t& a Itit
same by m .
And strive on the wondrous wcrld to look piemotiDg tie gloty ol'God ; 1 know I place of beginning-also another tract or par. Leave JacksoaYiete p every Wednesday and 7. This solve n>3ceaC "din. ..s ..
scaled book! eel of land consisting of SOU)acre situated on the routes in reference to ike
,All is novrbut a such is fondness
arrive St awetolsa
niy accountability ; yet my Sunday at 4 a n> at Marys lime day "ialtM rail
abe vest of the river St Johns between which Jckllpedlot-+
Jt l.tructt',1 pray, I turn it oo'r; for sensual gratification and my part by C p m "
; the called Panton and Leslie's old store for four yearst yet
place 2472 From Tallahassee by Lake Laura. propottfefer ...... .
endless ruiut .
Bat all1'l night icsist temptation,
utter iuduposition 10 cultivated correct
and the lands formerly bythewid mtfMr.10! "rtwat ..
Upon, Waukeenah, San Pedro. Dellf and
,For: ever and ever and evermore! tbat I give myself entirely to intemperance ow Pengree-ending on the south side oppo Spring Gro>e to Uiccanopy,1121m1lu'( andb&ck.cme duly Considered

and its associate vice, and make site the Horse landing the lit line begins at in too weeks.Leavgjl'allabaue 8 The best fwm fur a prepGla1 it,
God! am I alone in this world of woe? : a cypress marked II m the bank of the said H will convey the Mad, 8Ift"I

r Left-lost-forsaken?-Ah M-ah nn! the folUiriog bequests :-My propertyI that ittrill river, and runs south 72 degrees west 175 6 .. m. every other Monday at vertisea>ent,_cute No......, yank, .to.......

ne'er forget: give to bar disiuatvd knowing chains to pine-the 2d line tuna north 18 to forthe yearly co
will a
beside who .pnatiea of..
There is one outi fall iuto tbe bands of those degrees vest 286 chains to another pine -the ,,,,- Arrive at MIccacopy! the next 1 bunchy by ''Dollar.. .

I we thcc not but feel thee yetThe ardent .- north 72 ITS chains: 7 P En. State the No tf the '
who fuibub me wilts spirtu.AIy 3d line runa degrees east Leave other rate, the bt \
mind llicanopy Wednesday
truest heart and tho firmest the liter tb afore every end of st,and be careful
bank of
already totteriug oa a to the at or near 6 to seal the
reputation at a m, The next alter the arrival prD ll\:
blind and direct *
watch by the belplcw .id store thence along the river to the it To the Post
kept a iEee
That ever s udy foundation, I give to dOltructiun.J of the mail from Jacksonville-arrive at Tallahassee with lie IitJ
door taken the of meat,
heaven4irigUt place of beginning- as endcrsesctnt
unlocketh a property pp asM'
Thy'hatoi beloved wile who has cheered the next Saturday by 6 p m. '
o of Thomas The residence of ihe
dictU in light my Jus. U. fletnantlra at the suit Na- bidder mat be istaSI
night n"w N 1) This route rill cummene operation
And mo thus far through life, I give shame, pier. SAMUEL ULA1R. Marshal. the and if net a contractor rctctr.mn4atiGII.
first .
on m January
For ever ell ever and evermore poveity, and a broken bean To each August 27th 1831._ 7473. From uiondsy Jacksonville by Whitesville, to rcnuired.0 the,

will wander away-away- of my children I bequaib my examples, East Florida.IN Miconnpy, CU miles and back once in two the diratceas contractor oust be his cn ,?*....

-Wc two i known but one divans day and tbo inheritance: of tho shame of their Superior_Court- wet ka. Seminole agency- to be supplied regularly lowed for ai d ficreue no increased pay tat be..
Where nothing CHANCERY.Maria y vLca.tUpcteasf.:
1 each trip by cross route from Msccnopy l
human strife, futhet's character. Finally give my truly raacd.1J .
> of 26 and back.
Nothing miles
Rodiiquez ,
Peril. gricA or the pain of life; body to di.oau, misery, und early dissolution Lease Jacksonville every other Monday The contract e>ty be'lD'uUtd fer ife
or and soul tbat can -never vs. failure ot a trap. c r fur repeated tai'aeih:
dreams of the stars abo"cAnd ; my } 6 a m, arrive at Jlicanop/ the next Tuesday
all alike our Haoford & arrive in '
But William Mary time, or tor
[ <&obciirg
God whose .
!A.uilJ ever be beside me, love! die ; to the disposal of that Hanford his "ile.ON by 6 pro.Leave. ion of the Department. any .
( commands I have biokeu, and who hat iliconopy every ctber F.Idsy; at 6
of the Iliad! wallsoar : 11 Should
sweet bride MOTION ot the cuirpUinanl's Solid. i any person refute accttrm
Como or, pm, the next morning alter the arriial tl *
warned me by his woid, that uo drunkard c'fur, and it having been made to ap the mail from Tallahassee! strive at,Jackionvitie his accepted bid, I,e than fr.lreltaDoalatr-.
shall inherit the kingdom of Heav Court by afiulavii that Williamlahf.rd tracts b. may lave, acd be heW nito& '
Dt'OD:1he night into endless light tu r to the the oext day by 6 P m. tl w.
e daapgei.
nfOr the defendants in the above
en. I : >> N U This route will commence cplratwn
w_ For ever and ever and evermore :... causeteidciout elite Jurisdiction U this on the first Mondiy in isi.usr 1815 12 No contract nor Lid can be trsatftnci

Patiick"ll-aTv who the By the President ofthc United Stara.L Court, and in the United State.. 1&.a these 2474. From Pensacola to Dlakefy, iO mUtt wit I.out the written consent ,of.he -war
'gavo General first Land and
When JACK lore Ordered that eke said William Hanford and back. twice week in s an> neb
ol' taw I, A.D.b" attges.
jut irnimlfo to the ball of tho AmericanKrvi.luiion JL President pursuance or the Uuited Sta' 'ot Aineri do appear and answer the said complainantsbill Leave l'enacobierery rueiday and Saturday without 11 this! ma; forfeit the cur+traaot |'
dated his cvlobriicd ul complaint on, or before th. innth day Cuntrsctotorany.l r act sbsU tstt>e
faire hereby declare and make known that at Tarn, anise at DLkcly time day by 6 mit >

\, resolution ou lao stamp act into the house public sales will be held at toe Co I.owing lard of September next otherwise the said li.U p m. Lease Dtakely eteiy Wednesday and the Mail intelligence the express .or''pidIJ..tia'
lie the I will be taken' pn cinjcnt against him s andIt Saturday at 7 a m, arrive at Peosacola contract stall be forfeited 1 14
i Virgiui ,(MaY 1763) Offices, iii the 7'cnitary s jttorida, at pc- same: .ben
DuCrlse.ln' astsgeisiunon
of ta"t this order be a bail Route
it usher ordered pub. 6 ratan
studs detigiated, 'lot 'l.c sale 01 the under. days by p m.
exclaimed wheu descanting oil the tyranny men'ic ned land to wit lished! o.\eo a week, till the aiJ ninth day ol 3475 From Tsllahsssee by Lake Laura. Lie rapidly or more frequently tl: n iscce (tag

ol the ebnol ou.lct, Caiar had; At the Land office at ;TAIUDAMII, on ,the September next, in the iVorioa Herald. pona. Waukeena, San Pedro! Hostler's ferry for, tie )lail mat be carried m tkcnsst

his-Uitttus, Chillies the First his Cron- fir" .1lonJ J in Uettmbcr next, for'the disposal Augustine ibis 9'li dry of"J .Mineral springs, and Law',attic. to Alligator frequent additional and most rapid ocnnJ ueeYitkis

and tho thud-" "itca- ol the public bvida within tho BOBT. HAYMON1) REID, I' 167 miles-atd-back once in tao week cluree.
well! George .Uben is
a acute
"TreaoD"1"ueasou" tioncd townships and Iractioasl lownst>iis, to Judg Svp'r Court, Leave*Tallahassee every other Monday at 6 dliceflictjed or CBU&td
cried speaker. montk'a
lOP, /Air. U. Florida.D. extaa pay\rill be-afcitd
arrive the 8
of the wiltNorth a m, at Alligator neat Friday ty
from the sirtunt dcst uctcd.
every part of tae lasso Sin and vest of the rx.eri A. PUTNAM a m. Leave Alligator every other Tuesday
.. of those trying raoaieots I. 15 Where a contractor on a stage ft Jasupercedcd
houfce. It was one dian. Com,! StLcitcr. at 4 p m, immediately titer the arrival ol the

> which ere decisive of chaiacter.Hcory .-' Towmhip 1, of range 5. A True G; I Iy'-1& rat, K. B. Gll)1'S. mail fetus Jacksonville arrive at TalLbassce chase itch of by an u&deibicMer U as** UN

faltered not for an instant 'butfixing To,ships 1 and 2 ol' range 8.1''pl Clerk. the in xt Saturday by 6 p m. as nly to r ceded the stage fur the Lones sad &&&
land 2of ranges9,10,11 12: Hay 15'h. 1334 -3tfOS N 0 Tills route will corrmtnee cperaticn service at a iii
altitude and f ou ,
loftier valuation, tu be
paid rtastcab
risiog to a by>> oval
be 2d in
13, and 14.. on Monday January
tbespeakei liD eye rtikhtng with fire, Township, of 15. I huls.lay the Utli day 01 September 2476. From Jacksonville to Alligator 75 menus i if hey ciusgrf: on any tear, nek
range '
piofi' by their exam will be oflere.i for tale at the plantation n.cst cheese a person, *to day spp iat|
Coaup uuf'd-"may { 'l'ow nshila 1, of range IG.To.nsbip miles, and back, once in two weeks.
o> Israel Uatben deed all the: tralestatr.witli third to dccKfe, or the Post Master tasis
make the most :
le. hills be "'Huon, I, of range 28. Leave Jacksonville every other Monday at

Of it. fractional township 1 and township 5, of several U.e Mill tracts., containing ol 1580 acres of land in 6 a m arrive at Alligator the m xt day ty 4 p m fail will to appoint comply the, ha umpire bid w.U"e i It. the offered uatkttMAt to tat

t range 29.* Lease Alligator every other Friiay at 8 a m,
t contractor but if AI refuses it
r Townships 1, 2, 4,and 5of range,of' 30 ALSO immediately after the arrival of the mail from I preset t ts%
ol Alpuooius com- All the of said pupoaal ot the wdei5'c'der till be a
minister E
When a perishable pinperty tate. eqts4uncvnditionaly'
Townships 2, 3, I, and 5, of range 31. 1 hauee-arri'e at Jacksonville tie next
late'd that his clemency was more than North "I t the base line, and cast of men consisting of 2 at 300 'dead, ol' T rime Mock & dayby6pm. :, The )! sjTtti'at
bcet'cattle, with ten )okeof earn 3 carts contracts to be EKe by ibis %
N II This will
replied: dian. route commence cperaticn
!eame a prince-he horses, plantation t..ol.. 2 Cotton Gins, 'hind I men, shall commence en the first of Jmoff
2 or 13. the 2d in 1835.
'Know not that cruelty is an at* Tow nihip range on Monday January I
you next, and ccniinue
mills 1 family prime 1 ferry 1 Icurjesrs.
that Townships, sod 2, of range 14. negroes 2477 From Q uncj by Chattahcochie, Maria .
r of wild beasts-clemency, The time for
tribute sundiie
with .
large I recehfocbidsjrtpireseaifl*
meri Wtbtml.e and
couth ol the bass due, and East a, flaky Hill to Holmes'Valley
of n wan. .,., 1 he land lira at be head of navigation on 89 miles and back, take a week into 20th ol' October next. Decisions on bid*wiS
dian.That St abl.lCivcr. about 35 mites by land from be made known on. the 31st day of tbemonib. sa..
I past ofiovnship 11 situated north and hone stages-Aspabea to be supplied .
Ii \ A gentleman lately complimented u west of tbe Si wanee tuber, or range 11. the town of bt Man's. regularly, across route, twice a week tramChattahoochee
I Conditions.--e Ian:is will te ioU at 12 and \v.T. DAnnr,
her improved ,I At he same place, continuation, commencing Ocbeesee once a week
lady on appearance." said the on the third JfcmJay In tiecemkr months credit.! ft um Aspalaga, 14 miles and back. Postmaifrr General

You are guilty of flitteiy, .J next fur the disposal 01 the public' la :.ds.wiiL- The. personal property Oash.' Leave Quincy every Monday and Friday at 22-9..

in the limits p the undermentioned ton- JOHN \\ ILLI \MS, II a m. arrive at llutmea Valley next day by 8 I..a.

hdy."Not >o," replied he "far I yow you ships amt fractional townships,to wits Adm'r. K.... Itrir.| lUrber, pm Leave Ilnlmea Valley every WednesnesiUy NOTICE.SIX .

f ate AS plump us a plrnid (-." 1 Syudi vf the base line and West of the meridian. ,ul:. 14b.! 18.4 :U-4" .nd Saturday at 6 a 9,arrive at Quin weeks alter t ate I .ill apply ro .tin

;'At flu sx ;," said tbp'lad), "I thought" cy next taj! In 3 p m.upa'aga ., the Judge c-f tbe Ccu&ty Coot or

of flatterY only, bin I find you i Fracti nil: townsbp 1 of range 8. l11Gl 1 LAN PACKE', to be supplied every Tuesday tndSaiuroay St: Johns County, fur let(en of idnunistntsaoh

you guilty; .'..wn!1aip. I, 2,3.4,5, G. and 7,of range 9.Tow. ; and Ochccsee every Tuesday.! the estate vf John Foe be.. late ottwd
actually making game of m*. .' .-ahpp. 1,3,3,4,5: 6,r, 8, and 9, tt BETWEEN ST. AVGU3! CI' N... AND 2474 From I'cluaeola! by Alaqus, Uchee cocnty.dec.VM.TRAVE3S..

raUef. 13I ( Valley and ''.:Jambr".., to flobucs Valley Aug. 20, 2J-6

A nobleman observing a person cmi- o nspihs ,12,3,4,5,6,7,8, 9, and 10, IIARLESTON. I 115 miles and back, twice a veek, in Uo .

Boat (for his philosophical: talents intent ut ran,c 11.Tonv.iisl,2.3,4,5.6. THE regular Packer: Schr horse ,uJel1'he contractor may select the -....... 1.

nu chuosiug delicacies at table,-Ilid to ; 7, 8, and 9, ol ''IIIK SAMUEL MILLS, Lnlarlar.uTawlts : road, and supply the intermediate ofEcts by across Notice.ALL .

rai.jre 12. sill continue beUvenbe route. Proposalsill be received for
1, him: :: '1'\,11'p.I, 2, 3, 4.5, fct,I ol range 13. I above thtoghout running the carrying the Mail on this route'in a steamboat persons .laving demands sgaiist tie
ports dec.
"What !* do you philosophers lovedaintiest" lownki'.f. 12. 3, 4,mid 5, ul range 14*, I Her Cabin is commodious and year.handtomely 'between Pensacola and Cedar Bluff and of Joseph Oelespioe them Esq au.keati-
to duly
are requercd
i.w h> II. aii'l tractiunal 3 thence to Holmes Valley in ISO miles present
townships, furnished and Sued esprcssly for the accom stages sad
sated, within the tin.e prescribed; by .
"Why nut," replied tho other, do you and 4. ol r.'ige 15nst.ipJ. modatlon of ".uenge... The table will be and back. Uchee Valley and aUqua to be those. indebted are requested to caakeiow-
Ii." ...,.1 fractional township 2, of supplied once a week.
supplied with the beat the Markets artord.Capt .
of -
think load' that Ibo "od thing dote
my g :G. )
Leave Pentacola
'I range every Sunday and Wednesday toJOIN
S. tike this bit
opportunity to return .
this world wire ouly.. rondo for block ,t' e lan-l OifiVat KT. ACQcaTJ.s. onthetecuiJMonday grateful thanks for past favors,and to solicit a at Is a as. arrive at Holmes alley M. FONTAN ,ader.EiTUESOl.VBU

heads!" Ikctmbtr next, fur the disp continuance of the patronage of bas friends every 1 ucad" and Friday by 4pm.

"- ,. ''st& f.r.:be puuliu lauU within the Limits of and the Public. 2749 FromQuincy by Rocky Comfort and aril
the ui.dernici'iured townships and fractional Fort Gadsdea, to AppaJachicola, 80 mires and by the Mayor
{ of St. .uKustine July 3d.1834. tt-tf.
4 A man who ar';ureiiii> mon a "ia.. townsiips! to snit Ia baektwice a veek. Froptsais will be rtcti- Aldrrmm of the C-ty tl St'i I\U&wtiae

,, tha'i a madman, but who notwtlhilanding : Notf.u the bar Ime.and east of the meridlsji. THE SUBSCRIBER ted lorrarrjtng the mail between Appalatbi ut abe ordirsncn "to prcvidt' agues'. tie

was confined to a mad house being Fnct'fjnal to 4 nslups, 2. 3. 4. and 5, (cut I Ivi bola tad Cbaltahoocbce pn horseback or in a introduction of rtiiipnant and ptttifcsiul: :
atkrd bow he came there, mis wet ei1: i bt. Mar)s river) s.t range 23. BEING duly .elected: qualified end steam Lost. diseases into this city,'passed the 17 U Jill

"M'ily a diiJMiUMif wo.di; I Said! I Township JIl: ....,and fractional township as Surveyor of St. Leave Qtiiocy every Monday and Friday : 1831-and tie crdinucc m ads iton there Gems,
5. tfranjM2i: Johns informs tho at 11 arrive at pasted tbe 17 No*. 1832--considered
County, public that a m, Apa'achicota every Wednesday
that nil ..1 l and nil said vestelt
hal'1IYcu: m men ..uii.i the date I.eter.t in luiUvrcr. aid spy
'I rv 1, 2 ami 3. ol range 23. he is ready to receive: ciders at d Mindiy by 5 p,m
I that i w.., aim), IIltti i i the majority cam0 ltnslii| lul' range 26. that any per. Leave Apalacb'Coia every Friday s? d Tues r vesiets arriving at tins port shall .Irons Ibis
the I,', .ctiw.l Uiniuing to Dt'.umrrn.( dap m 6 a at day be visited by the Health cffieer, and to
point. townships 1,2, 3, and!4,arrange m. arrive Quincy every icnday Quarantir.e
CIIAS. E. HAWKINS.Coumy -etedto -
-- 27. and Thursday by I p m. liable to, and if cecrsssry sutj

It tins obsrrvrd philotopljcr who Praciional towntltips I. 2, and 3, of range Surveyor.July 2480 "From! Tallahassee by Magnolia, to St.itsrks agreeably ta the provisos: the cl mssrof sard:
flat in
r ordinar.ces
*O 17. 1834. 23 nines and back. twice a week -saiing
\rasiiiowned in the Red Sea '''that )jiis shall and he I Is ten by su'bcn*
ir rrsaionul townships 1,2, and 3,of range LcateSt Marks every ILursdajr and Sun. I this city be
tus-.i, would bit suited fur he was a man *y. MAhSIJAL'S SALE. day at 12 neon, arrive at Tallabasvee sane %.d to grant written permission en tuss ia

of deep' thinking and Uh'8)'llakccl. to go South cube base line, and east or tbe n>e> virtue of a writ of tVri facias days by6pmu.' II she permission to be land expressed from such to vessel sny ccfson td
ri'lian. or : to
Leave allmliassee perscns
BY Monday and Fri
the every
." to bottom. 1 hat part of tnwnhip 11, (east or Suwanec issued out of the Superior Court day at 7 am. arrive at St Marks same days by I. vesse'supon the North Beach or el**.lertas >
SIt fiver" 01 raatge 14 lor ha Eastern District of Florida, and t p 1ft. i may b, the said Mijor be ipcciocd.

i* n great rrmfortuno not, tu Move 'l'u."IhiraI0.II| and 12, of range:35. to me directed und delivered, I will ex- 2841 From Tallahassee by 1 uxaw :b. Dai* I Ire rassed. 25th Auj 1834.ANItMO .

;: n.tud enough to ,,,eklell., nor judgem TownsliipslO 11, and 12. of range 16. pnte to public .ol ? in f,ont'of the Court a MitI", "ontaec 110. Uunken Hill and Oreo ALVAREZMijor.JAS11 |
silont. her TuwruJ.ips 1U.11,12, and vcrviile to Tbtimasvillei 60 miles and back GOULD,ClerkNotice.
u eiiough to ke.rp co tho 13.of range 17
Townthipi 6, 7 and 23 ileum in the city of St. Ai ,4: oiiginol imprriinence.k ol range 18 a 'cekaand an trip each weekbetween
cveiy I
"O.II.bIPI.s, 6 7, 8,9, and 23.Clf range 29. Saturday tho seventh day, December Tallahassee and Monticcl'o Bunkers

.Townshipa.. 23 5 67 Band 13 orange 20. next between tho hours of 10 o'clock Hill fo be supplied going' and GroovcrviHe .
Wonderful Achirvtmentt-T\\\ ? must "i owi suipi 12 3- 07 end 8 ()llln 2f.I returning.Leave jALLpersorS
., I A. M. and 2 otclock.l'. M. of that date I interested ill the tIt I4
;intiepid humbug wluth, even thh huin! !o I Ihktf.ortion ollovnUiip tan of St It ar the Tallahassee every Friday at 6 am. tCt.t
.. following to win .illbke rat
property Sanchez
:. ago Ins producfd runy peilmps hi found: >"s river said ton nsuips 2 :3 4 367 and t ol'Iliat ony Arrive at Tbumasvllle next, day by 11 a m. slai: 'l'pI1to&h TS
: range32. house and lot situated on George street Leave homasvitle nix months after this date., I
.1.. in tliH person of u juggler uained Muu I every Saturday at 1 p a for the cwiaiy w
: Pt : portion of lowmh'Tt 1 that of St. Ma in the city of Sf. Augustine, and bound Arrive at*l atbhasiee next day by 6 p ro. Judge of the ecunir court duties *iCiecutcr
j'eur tho. other' feats the
Among alunl- ; St.Johns, for a dUchsrse from
rysrVrranJ ed thlt Leave Tallahassee
k trwnthps23 4567add 8 of on snails by it lot belonging to every Monday at 9 am.
iced in his advertisemnntf, hu ehgtges; to range 2J.Tuwnidtips, Col. P. II. Perraulf on the East Arrive: at Monticello same diy by 5 p ro. ,of said Es'ale.JOHN :,
_. "daQcv on the tight rope on his head, 12 3 .5 G 7 and 8 or rang 24. Leave )tort icello every Tuesday at 8 am. LEE
** afterwards ascend a greased polo Townaliipa 12 4 357 aid B i>f raore 25 George meet, on, ihe south by a lot be. Arrive at Tallahassee same day b) 5pm. June 18, it34 l3-to
k *, o Fractional longing to Mrs. Capo and oh tho g3SSSSSS>s*
fed foremost. Ho v til then stand on township 1 of range 29. nest 2432. From St Auftustin N. j_ -MBg! ; =

L his left leg nod lift 3,400 Ibs of Each sale will bo kept open for two weeks by Maria Sanchez, or bridge creek ; la* omt rns, 75 miles and back oueo in :weeks. TUBFLORIDA
l"ld. and tbe lands reserved Uw for the use of ken as the property of F. M. Aredoado Leave Sc Augustine every other Monday at HEBALD
throw the sumo 13 feet high afterwards schools or for other l'ul'poIe.111 be exclu oa m.
surviving of Aredondo
catch it in his mouth without ded for sale. partner and Arrive at New SID ma the nest 6
any appa ) day by IS rUBLISBO
II Given son, at the suit of Asanasl Howe surviving .
real inconvenience to himself. Ho will my hind at the City of Wash I pm. : ,,

then stand on his hands and put his feet tnjrtonthis. seventh day of July A D partner of Howe and Dimon. Leave New Smyrna every other Wednes EVERYDY
BLAIR day at
am.Arrive .
Into the After which ho ,
gallery. will a01JrD.
toy tot Prttidcnt: .3MMMMM.AT.
lf+atshal. at St Augustine the next day by 6
rat a barrel of raw .puts toes, men bun tima:; UATVARD, The abbvo site is p m.
ches colons three cabbages a pound fir Conimiitloncr of the posponed until From Charleston from
,. Generaad Land tho first Cor( St Mark's. DOLLARS PER ANNUM
Saturday October. FIVE
U ic.. Florida
copper spikeathreefathoaoschain cable, Territferyby Indian,Key to Key West
; tr bale of cotton, three tierces of rico Julp 12,1 once a month I
,. ) 1- NOTICE.SIX Leave Charleston or St Mark's.on the lit, ADmTllHNTI ipicrtcd at
and tbo
steam boat weeks slier date I wil.apply, to the weeks after and West fine aa
SIX date I will apply to the Key oa the 15t.h.ol 'every tncnih. DOLLAR for tho ;
George Washington. Ho will play on the Judge Dl'tbe County Court or .the judge of the County Court of and arrive at tbo prat or datlatit w.Ui til per square fa eat.
save M4Ies sod clarionets at the same he county of St. Johns' for letters admiala. .St, lobes Coons, for letters of administration practicable despatch. tertioD and FIftY + *

these, t a. give i occasional blasts, or the aid tratlon on the Estate of Justo Lo,.., late of oa the Estate of Jos Floyd,dee. NOTES. subscq&eat oae. Longer advetW

trlllt.. He will swallow Q krg of gun Aug county?rah, drc.1836 J09,1.IAIfCHEZ. JOHN 'LOYD.I Those who propose for Mill eoatrtets. areapprised meats in Proi'attentad no oni ff"

; I Sept,3,1834. : ;- w bj tbo Pcm ter'Centred thee be considered 1 lei than a square.

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