Florida herald

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Florida herald
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine Fla
E.B. Gould
Creation Date:
July 29, 1835
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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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BYRON AND MARY CHAWORTH.BT loin her family name.) Her I "I
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on valuable animals killed every summerin i and.t as vigorous and productive now at.
WASBISOTOH '."Ille. j i hope I have to. given these, trief details a hone, which could never before be brought I the United States by siting them waiet ie ants Ere ,etlrs afar it wes een ..eated.GZlIIl"IT .
miles distance from New preptrato- to stand for a smith to shoe. The
a At ahout three day after when they are heated It Is tbit ami absurd. I
.gad contiguous to its tend, is ry to a of his of a visit which I aiado to the 8uliivans half boor lecture,1 went, ..01.i.boat and destructive practice of stage driven and

fitted Anoesley Hall' the family mention aceoe Hall I understand youthful romance AooetJey ovine in''redulty to the sndth'e shop, others giving their bone water etery five or A.UlIITCLZnarU.af8iu.ratheliko > .
I of the Chaworths. The families, like ibot.ut" and almost iu was shut up, oeglcctcd with many other curious spectators, where six miles when .travelling. Farmers who a wbiriwmd. Taut marshes
of the Byrons and Cbaworths, werewnnected Musters 8 state ofdesolat on, for Mr. wo were eye.witnesses of the complete success work horses at a plough barrow,er cart,never like a cavalcade of heavy men and heavy
times until the fatal rarely visited it. residing witb hit of his art. This bad been I'I bones. Cleverness skin
I in farmer in the too a troop Give hem water from the time they go libas- -
leI letween ibeiriwo representatives. The family neighborhood of Nottingham. hone; and it was supposed, not without reason to work after breakfast, until they break off I, low. in a suoimer rvrotng, with a sharp,
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rti feud, however, "birh prevailed for a time set oat with the Hall ou horseback io Coin that, after regimental discipline had fai to go to dinner a period of oot less than four: shrill note and sodden turning. Tee Damn
J'OlIIit to he cancelled h, the attachment the pan Col. Wildmnn, and followed by led, oo other would bo found av fling: I c b. boon, and the same In the afteruooa until of,enias dwells with men and with us tore;
I .i iw n 1 eatbful l hearts. While Lord Bvron visited great dog Boatswain In the coors, wo served that the animal would teem afraid they quit work at sundown, and it seldom j the mm of talent in bit tidy; but the clflveftfellow
a a boy be beheld Mary Ann Cha- l have a spot memorable ia the love story I whenever 8uli;hm either inks us. lookedat faapprttstbftt horses are killed that are I) here, there, and every _bere,.
Drib and the sole heirrssf cited. It was the scene of this parting him. How that like
a beautiful girl extraordinary asrt-udan creed open farm The same bad practice a butterfly in a hurricane, striiieg every
\ou ,tr1. With that susceptibility to fe- interview between Byron end Miss Cha ey could have been obtained, it i* difficult I exists io England. W> were once ia a stagecoach 'thing aDd eojoyiag nothing, but too light to
.e.h which be evinced from hnd1Ioc worth, prior to her marriage. A long ridgeof to conjecture In i be dashed to Them
nile charms, common ea es. thin mysterious from Brighton to London 09 a very pieces. a.Or" DI.iH
* almost i immediately enam- upland advances into the valley of New* preparation : attack theories-the clever
'd. he became wa uonecesfpry, He : Harm day, wbcnthe driver stopped to water as aHs the
std., of her. According to one of hit brag* stead, like a promontory into a, lake, and teemed to possess intinetivevp '.er of inspiring bisborse., and set out again upon a fast trot; individual r. and slanders private character*,. '
rtpbrs it would appear that at first theira and was formerly crowned by a beautiful awe. the result perhnps. of natural in a feij minutes all four of them died upon) but'the man ..r genius despises both; be heeds !
4 ids-anent mutual, fet clandestine. grove landmark to the neighboring coun intrepidity, in which 1 tieliet r M great 'part the --pot. They manage better in France. )'n< ne, be fears none; he lives in himself
TV father af Miss Cbawonh was then liv try. The grove and promontory are Cl1l b.ira1l1e1tlcribed of his art consisted; Uiousb the cirrumitanre They never water their horses except! when, :hroui'ed! in the consciousness of his own

ta<<,an.1 l my have retained aome"hat or the by Lan. ) Byron in his "Dra of the tttt-a-tttt shows, that upon particular they are fed. We recollect on a very warm ,strength-be interferes with none and walks< ,
r ] for are told that the In- ma, and an exquisite picture given cf him- occasions, have : forth .n that .
f sins liestitity wa something more must been sultry and dust_, day travelling in a stage o- eximple "eagles, alone; they
ierrie\\*uC I.urd Byron aud the young lady self aDd the lovely object of. his boyish idolatry added to it. A faculty lite this would, in vcr the bile of Normandy,the horses foaming ate hot sheep itat herd together." It is true

1ftrt ..trivate, at agate that u -ned from other hands, have made a fortuu, and great with sweat and coven d with dust. The ; ,that should a poisonous worm cross bis patb. .
ber father' ground, and tho,o of Newstoad.Hdireierthy "I aw two beings in the hues of youth offers have been made to hint for the exer driver stopped at an inn, aod when wo ex ho tread it under hit foot-should a cur snarl
were so JJuu at the time $tandintupon shill,gentle hill.) cue of this art abroad; but hunting, and attachment petted to ser him with his bucket giving at him hi may chastise it; but be will nor.

e dIIt th,.e meetings could not have been r-- Oren and nf mild decli'ity, the last to Ins native soil were bit stilling water to each, he brought from the b. use a cannot attack the privacy of another. Clover -
nfdfd as auy importance; they were littlegpre A,'&\ycre the cape of a long ri'fge of such, p1asii 'ns. He lived at 'home i.. the style bottle and pouring out in his handsome of the men writes verses men of talent write
tbn children ia yr-rs but a* Lord By- Save that th"re was no sea to lava !it. date, mint agreeable to his po.ition.! and nothing contents, he washed each horse's nose, and prose, but men of genius writes poetry.A .
too says of hinuelf. his feelings were beyond could induce him to quit Duuh.illou. threw a little upon them. On enquiring, we
kk age.Te: Out a mast living landscape, and the waveof stud the fox bounds.s. found it was Vinegar, and although they bad
woods and corn fields, and the abodes of on being told that it the -
partion thus early conceived, wag -r. y..r r travelled a long stage they "eal.,8" freshas wag was fash
blown veto 4 fl-une during n m week. "DcttiAO man: 4 From tht New Orleans net. at first str-rting. ion to dine later .ud !Inter every day .aid-
which be pawed with hit mother atXoUiapbani. Seatter'd at interval,and wreA'Jting smoke THE YELLOW FEVKR. A medical travel "lie su posed it .buld; cud at last .!-" ao t

The father i.f Mi.. Clnworlh Arisiar (rttn nch rustic riMf.-UMI bill let ba kindly communicated to us there Importance of utttntion to small waiter*.- dining liu to-morrow 1A 1--!
R was dal. and she resided' with her mother We*rraim'd wiih a peculiar diadctnOftre suits of his long professional experience 1 inva.ious The ant week in January, is always an important
at tilt' 0\.1 HalUf AnnetIe During fly parts of the world as to this most ooe a ith mechanics,tradesmen hop
*- in circuhr so fixtd. convict named Slots broke
roa* minority, tho estate of Nevteml seas array prompt and efficient treatment of this disease keeper" grocers and others, who keep running recently
Not by die ofnatnra.liut ormt'n jail ia tieurcia. The Sheriff Mr. }
sport ; t.J.ioC.
\\H to lend Grey de Utithen. but its y.-utb- account with their customer It is
T'.e' two, amiiifcnindayouth were there, It is stow, pursued, and overtook h Mm. taut was
tolled *aalwijs a welcome guest at now accorded by the best physiciansthat the period of an extensive emi annual set unable "
ti e Abhc '. lie would .paw dny at a time C lZln -tb one nil all lint' was beneath the origin or teat of the yellow lever is tletrent. and the number of payn cuts that 'gather no apprehend MOM ** him. .4 rolling atone.
there. and from thence IIIllCe frequent "bi'i s r stir a.lnM elf-but she boy gated on :ien the stomach: to dislodge the entire contentsof depend for their punctuality upon oar another

to Ammley: II aiL Hi visits were encour ,,, And bnth were fir, and one w.a* beautiful: the stomnrh is therefore his first essay- i i- much greater than people generally 1
aged b7 Misst'niwiirth's mother the par And h ith were y a+mur-v.t not alike in youth. nod this he does not by emetics tiordrastics, imagine. If rich people, who have money TOE Caoor.-A plaster of dry Scotch
took none tbrfiiily feud, and probably :. A.the sweet moms in thehotiznns verg-, but b>' the stomach pump. Having thus lying in bank, and who could just as easily snuff, varying in size according to the *ge
Linked with complacency upon on aU rh- The mail the thoroughly cleansed the stomach in the shor pay to day as a month hence, would only re. of the patient, applied directly across ice i.'p
wan en blood
wHit that might heal old differ-uccf, and u- v-ret woman ; test aud most efficient manner he administers fleet for a moment upon the good they coald of the thorax, in an early stage*of the n.bla-
The boy had fewer."n'mfrbllt his heart the dulcified do would d,. is a simple efficient. clad ,limit
rite. two neighboring; estates. or tweet spirit ">f nitre; by simply drawing a check they infallible{
The six "'u atiot pasted at a Had far outgrown! (I'M >.'ir<, and to his eyes which removes all the feverish symptoms: Itt not certsinlv hesitate to do it. The systemof ,remedy for the croup

ilrMtn: amount the beautiful bower cf Att- j i I There was but one brluved face on earth. i. then necessary to produce nja accelerated credit nervades community, enters .. S
Mite,.. Ihron wa scarce 15 year of nee, i illari'dmton'i ;i And that we shining $him." circulation. This is best effected by inhaling: so extensively' into the ordinary businessof From the 2 U haaag Flondtet.

was two' years older but t i{i stood upon the spot consecrated by this from a sheet iron machine the red precipitateor life that every body, more or less, must The Geology y of Florida dmribed in%
lot bcirt. M I hive tnirf. was beyond big ,.i memorable! interview. Below me extended cinnabar of mercury, which produces a partake iu it..and hence almost every tra few words: The. b&se is of so psetm forma
d age, and tenderness fur her was deep and :;! the "living landscape* once contemplated gentle salivation or dlliou. All that the der's ability to pay, depends upon his receiving lion that it seems to be amoept the .last of
a pa..iouatr. These early love, like the tint.: hy the lovmsrain the gentle valley New patient requires afterwards is nourishing pay from others. In order to see this Nature's works in this way, sad tcarcflj
ran of the unrnuhed 1 crape are the ." Ctfft stead, fiver! ,ifled by ",.,0.1, Iud com field diet.As clearly.let us take a f.... I dried (rom the laboratory; it J* eaiaeatfcr
sad strcHSle.t cothragt: of the heart, ants<< j j I I. turf -m...,..rl-. _?,t rltnm* of water:, Iud the circulator)' system b afiecte*! in all A gentleman of fortune bo lives upon bit calcareous, a soft limestone,get bsrdeaovg&
Iwwcver ifeey may ltO I supcrtcded by other !I,jth) 'iMant towns and pinccles or the veoer- r"*tViIMlr.lrollt1.1 diwstive. phlebotomy income owes tailor's bill oo the first of July.M when the air
exposed to as fort 8f. Markcan
tttachmwt in after year rho| memory will nine. Abbey. The diadem of trees, however anti P B"tJe treatment I* rrrla.u..1 .. 1M|. "-"j- The tllor pays off bit work
t ceetittttftHy recur to them, and fondly dwell | wn gnur. The attention drawn to it I.r culnted to produce the end d. sired so well as men, and the' pay oil uri. ?--". h.t yV M11t1tn.1/Y; a_public J_ ..writer_> calls l.9 it trmAnnvt Irrft 4r1/
the means adopted to act on the digestive shoe maker batter, landlord, and a dozen
WMIII their recollections.His ire poet and the romantic manner in which It would seem as if the course of this form"-
love fur Miss Chawonh, to use LordByron's u i be had associated il with his early passion organs, n here the disease seated. Aud if others who gave them credit to the end of lion bad been interrupted by the action of
own e pre ion, was 'the romance ; for .Miss Chauorth.' bad nettled the irritable Mrcding is objectionable doubtless the int six months. Each of these iu torn pa.lolI"tbl rains, and various chemical processes, lea*'
of his life** and ill brooked -rnal ndministration of mercury must not mechanics tradesmen to whom. theyare
of the most romantic neriiMl feelings oilier husband, but thug the upper outlines in successive seHs
JtVmk MC can trace the effects of it through1lit t the poetic celebrity conferred on his wife by 1)01,11" us*Iris but pernicious.The indebted, and by the end of the week, or undulations,sometimes gentle, sometimes, '

." the whole course ..rbi* writings, coming the enamoured: t er..e, of another. The celebrated treatment' ore described has' never every dollar may possibly Gave been instrumental abrupt,and never of great height; while I.e-
l failed if timely) used; Dud the patient is redeemed iu discharging debts of
tin everj n+iw and then, like .u Wt lurking grove stood on his estate, and io afit twenty low are fissures and gullies communication
complicated) piece of he ordered it to be levelled lab from the deleterious and enduring dollar each. Every man therefore, who with each other with lakes
theme that run through; a j jcf spleen" or near the ear
results of and from the with punctusfitj
munr., and buks it all m a pervadingM! the dust. At the time of my visit the mere mercury, debilitating his pays not only discharges r face. There are asters bridges below
eflects of Besides this debt but enables
bleeding. treatmentis I own people to discharge
roots of the visiMe but the baud wbicb an entire river .
rli4in of melody.Hiw trees were ; disappears, sad rr aa
.ell.lerfYllld umurnfully don he tbat laid them lint is execrated by every po officacous in n few hours. ... perhaps dent nineteen bit others,Indeed which were the depsa ramifications cends at the distance of miles to pursue i it*

wall in after year, the fcettngs awakened etical, .pilgrim. From tAe London Morning Chronicle of May upon of credit money.are so extensive that it Is onward course towards the. "ssn. FJaa
in bit Truthful and inexperienced bosom,h1 --- 23- I calcareous rock Is found very frequently
ibis im Mioued, ct innocent attachment; quite possible a hundred payments might be mixed with shells and other marine sub
pa j y From Chamber Edinburgh Journal.
The widow of the celebrated Capt. Cook Facilitated I., I unctuality in one, and what
be a\sl lid hardened in the in.ItreHfr..e stances. The seashores abound with
feeling or ;
HuLtivAKTiiE Winsrc&ca. James Sullivan died the Idihinst constitutes the of the is that
c.f life! at Clapbam oo in the 94th brauty system beautiful mind which to be the remains
who possessed l the art of training the year of her age the 55th of her widowhood, it last the money conies.hack in the shape of of decomposed proves shells which have
"Thf tet e bf better things and better day; most furious horse, by being permitted aud the 42d subsequent to the death of the income, by the very man who first set it in no doubt, contributed to the formation

TIle unbounded hope and heavenly ignore.nee to be alone nith him for a short space only child that remained to her of six. She motion. of the main land ; thisstpd, without .
of time, is thus recorded in the "Sur was endowed with powerful sensethe kind In these remarks there is no theory. Every other admixture whatever, forms the richest any
'> < way; : who justly, although the great strength of mind. The permanence practical truth, and there is not a man whose In the beds of rivers, upon their banks, and
Tu meAeots then w. gather from a ftlaneeK fallowing facts appear most incredible, yet of both her intellectual and moral faculties business oblige him to take and give credit frequently" underground, is found the touts

) *ftf than from all ru'nr.-pride or pruiMVMdikmdled they are nevertheless true, as be was an eyewitness wa extraordinary. She always tfoke of whodoe not feel that upon the punctuality limestone Ing the aforesaid calcareous rock
to them: Jarars Sullivan was n native her husband as "poor dear Mr. Cook," apparently ofothers.bisowuel'ili'tobr punctual do in a state of decomposition, or 'ItlUlteci

\ manhood, but cae'.r entrance of the County of Cork Iud IU an k ward because ho was not a captain at pends. The whole chain, however, of debts with noxious gas. The water from wells

ienorant rustic of the lower clan, generally the time of bit marriage,and she having been rnnnot be discharged all at once by a si* near to this is'dnagreahla/ to the taste, sad
The heart in an r si.tence of its(own known, by the appellation of the Whisperer, too modest to mention him with his new multaoeous J..yem*Of. A commencementmust it sometimes occurs that portions of it entire
Of which another bcumm i.the tone." nod his profession was bonebrtakiug. The rank at first, never afterwards thought it be made somewhere, and that pay will disappear from its bed either by chem
Whether this love was really responded credulity of the vulgar bestowed that epithet worth while to change her habit. does not depend upon his receiving ten, ical operation,or the effect of gullies or rivu
to by the object is uncertain. Byron somr upon him, from an opinion that he rommu* So exquisite were her feelings that to the twenty; fifty,or a hundred dollars from some- lets benea'h. In this case, the earth in DON
temps speaks' as if h* bad met nub kindness tiicated bit nisbes to the animal by means ofa last yearof her life, when February, the body else. Hob the fountain bead from tions of acres entire will sink beneath it.. lev
in return at other times ho ackoomleilgesthat n hi.Per and the singularity of his method month in which he was murdered came which the stream must flow, and if stream el.several 1. In general"the country undu* *
We never gave him reason ti* believe cave some color to the superstitious belief. round the suffered violent spasms, and was be dried up at its source, how can the fields late 30 to 60 feel the lei I of the sea,
that she loved hi an. It is probable, honey. I As far at the sphere of hit control extended, confined to her room; and the tame thing be irritated or the thint of man be quench* and its greatest height net exceed 258 feet

fr,that at first she experienced wane flutter the boast of Neal, Ffrfl. fici, "a moreJu.t- happened whenever the wind was high, for edl-PAilod.ltHn Gtr1. Immediately upon this base rests a soil of .
iff*.* of the heart. -Hbe was at a snsrrpti.Me Iv claimed by James Sullivan, that by Cesar two of her five sons perished at tea. She clay, of every: boo and color and partaking
age bad as yet, formed BO other attach ,or even Buonaparte himself, lion his always felt the tots of her connexions and There is '.u opinion generally prevalent cf the inequalities of surf re of there ex beosath. -
menu; her lover though boy'uh ra year*. art was acquired, or in what it consisted, is friends, young or old, most attutt'I,. Her that trees cannot be safely transp|>lsnted after as ii seats' the opportunity of set*
iris a man in intellect a poet in imagination. likely to remain forever unknown, as he has mind was perfectly clear and active to the they have attained any considerable tlemtnt when ana where it could; and io the
and bad a countenance of raarkalde II'ellert the world without divulging it. very last, to that "''e not only read the Psalms 5ro w tb. This is an error as has been prov- greatest quantity it is found accordiof ly,
beauty His son, who follows theses s. occupation, and the newspapers e'e'1.da,, and read ed hy a great many successful experiments (raID 6 i incces deep to 6 feet generally onix-
With the MS weeks %aealion ended this possesss bur a small portion of the art having them without spectaclesstdleztremolynearsighted in England, and Utterly in this country. ed with sand ol various! formations, amoigt)
'.rirf remaare. Byron returned to school cubic never learned it its secret, orb at she bad always been,but managedall The Boston Transcript stairs that at East gbicbrota grain of,iI.s .has y.t been d.-
deeply' eaamnurcd, but if be had really ing incapable of potting it in practice. her own affairs till within stew days of Boston a few days.sine button wood tree covered. This mixture Is generally found
mad* any impression on lilies C ha worth's The stoodcr I.f his skill: consisted in the short der death:and the day before her decease she 50 feet high and 7ft in circumference, was op to the surface, not adesivo bat light eel
heart It was too l\:bt to stand the test of time requisite to Accomplish his desigo displayed at warm and tender an affectionfor removed upwards of 1200 feet from Its criinal nebsometime it contains animal! and vegetable -

absence 8h was at that ,age when a fe* w hirh w as performed in. private, and w ith- .those. the loved stair she was young, ; position and appears to be doing well. decompositions, much of the (snug..
male soon rhansrs from the girl; to the woman out apparent means of coeeion. Every deIC'ripuon lad indeed exquisite as is ever teen in the Dons oxides and almost always". -alsa-:
and leaves her boyish lovers far behind of borne or even mule, whether most affectionate young persons. TAe culltm oJ aspara se. line combinations. From this soil 1Pfia ;
her. While Byron wa pnrsning his school. previously broke or unhaodled, whatever Her liberality and generosity were total. vent varieties of this valuable plant and the forests of perpetual verdare trees omsgDiiceoce ...... .
boy studies, she was mingling with society. their peculiar vices or ill habits might have "ly unimpaired by age. Wednesday her common garden asparagous ( qtIItlP cffainalii aid bepoty.tbaeye.Esvcf and nrie'1..1JaaI
and met wkb a gentleman of the name of been submitted without show or resistance, remains will be con t eyed to St. Andrew's ) is cultivated esteod"" Jar the ta* wearies is resting upon these.
Musters, remarkable, it is said for manly to the magic influence of bis art and in Church, Casbrige, where one of her tile. It grows best on a soil light and foliage; bat ant a reck appears above tb* .
beauty. A story it told of her having first. the abort space of half an hour became gen* tons lies, who died of a fever.t ben an nnder rich. If the we of the plantain oe postponed surface ihfosj ont the sectiea-B"a pobeto
seen him from the top of Anaesky-HtH, as : tie and tractable. The effect though tosun* gratnate at Cbrist't College' in 1703, and for a year or two it will be found to interrupt Its equality.We .
he dashed taroBgh: tile park, with ad and taneously produced .generally, curable. where a moral monument of tho Captain and most advantageous to raise It from the seed. sM presently emus at die ptodoeia
bora takfeff t the lead of the whole field<< ia a Though wore.submissive him than tooth. all bar six children exists. Two days before The follonlfigmcdo of culture has been of this soil wkb tfe practical cx&trteeatt r of
fox chase. and that she net Urttck by the ers yet they seemed to have acquired a docility bar death she stated she possessed m medal successfully practised by experienced gar iafertUky.
ritef'hit appearaace sad hit admirable unknown before. Whoa sent for to of her husband presented to her loss ago de...... uigafcrcefbnro and a half foot NolbiH cap be mere,iacion this tile
Ine bofsemasshif. Under tneb foverablaesfHCfs .. tame a vicious bone, be directed the stable by Government, eed directed it should be wide and ono foot dtt$>.; Tfes. bottom of appe arapfo of this toil as ft presents Itself
be wooed and won her, and when io I which be and the object of his experiment tent to the British Museum. Ska wes gratified this should be coerer"rifb good manure to aa European aa emigrant. from the.
Lord Byron nest met her. he teamed to his were placed, tube shot with orders not to with an acknowledgement of It ia the well rotted four leches thick. Upon Tropics, or to aa ajrieclfamt from say oftbecortfe&rn
dmaay ifcef, tea was tee affianced Mde of a* open the door until a signal ye.. After a evening. Wbe the KillS of ,Owybee was that place, a 'layer of loss foe or five states. None of these possess
Det H. Me-a-ttU between ...sad the borne for a-, here a few yaws back be presented Us tor Inches thick upon which the roots are set es aay tlosgby wbicb to cenpare ft. Heaee
\\1th that rrWe 01 tptrk .WeII alwmy distianiehcd boot half an boor, during: which little or no fEtonwithanarrrowoiadaofa leI bone of al ix inches apart. Then cover the roots with 1M esaigeraitoM *which were allowed to t
which bare
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hkR. bo eeatrelW bb ferl os bustle was beard the signal was etade: aodnoon Capt. Cook,a the most'valuable present be good earth and the euecetdiae fall spread Hence the proved sodetetlve.
lie opening the door. the horse wu teen could make to an Englishman. horse etaaare over die bed. The following oPpock. expo
sail n.aiatitted a ttrettt eo881...." Iron and deprtciatioa of the .laid'
the surface with aa &tempt .
eves affected to sfeak calraly on aile seVjf ctt i iytef down, playing familiarly with him, Spring uncover Uk>dt the ssd U pith: no."err8""Ie!. '$I' t i ..
.f her ."...... ..,tioJI.. 'TIte tsextj I like & c&id with a poppy, dog. Fioo the F nttn'a ; fig4a iisa.Ceo" rake a ad papa a % iWe'Io[ ,

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,:.E 1 J yet some of the large pieces of timber were CHAMBER or PETES-JUDO 4tb. i Tie /"J ....-Tbe report in circulation rss pends. No matter what the

THtFL. uund defective especially the transoms; Tho preiidcut calls to tho tribune M:
II)\ HERALD timber 12 inches quare were found to be reporter of the project of law vela{ I he towns of St. Marks and Tdahas( ee, we understand 'gnarled oak' the Hgbtaiag .I brave II tie l
trrlldutf'JIJe"u.e dry rot. It was owing tivo more resistless than aK t
It FDBLtSHCDEVKRY to execution tho American treaty* is without foundation. bUasttnuhittg fit st.
to this circumstance that t resorted to who epokees follows --.. .. .. tioo. Nor does the exercise of it ep? t I

t WEDNESDAY the fdol;'of boring the large limbers and jilting The project of lair now submitted for Goy EATO left Nasatille. on UM 9ih.nit.: ont cost him an e "ort. On taeeeatrar 1 sceta. tt II I

BT .. the holts with lalt. your deliberation, bas for its object to render ti.iuG the Ecs'ern' cities of tide United rftstas.Cilico easy as a Woa. I am , i tb41 M:
-. "1 adopted the following plan with all the I
A". X. aOvr.D feasible eta convention Spas eyes donotfl/oTer a Itmisc',
: eAT ttafSecntion ( pe and uF
vessels that I have built within a period; of cladedoihho; 4th of July,1331 between theKing' half a centuiy ago. In a blank leaf in its various objects! with tnofe e I
; 'PER ANNUM more than sixty 1eln.Vhilo building, Government, anti that of the United of a family bible at Itishton England, is thefo'I Iud faculty than hu mind .mfcSSS*. .
when tbe bends and bottom planks are oat memonDdum-- 1776 a-
States of America.No ;) Y at p.elDber. : nalyzes the most complex
FATABUC HAtr TEAULT in ADYA1rCt.S and before ceiling have caused three sets T. Hi4bury Rtthton, sold to .-., two while subject*.
\ of stoppers to be placed fore aud aft, between national act ,Qscrupulously has ever been moro common p'ieces of calico* for :5.9.8. each. I' Possessing at tbe bar rhea: i WIee.-
debated discussed aod examined tail elevation! ubJcli
Ao rteaTtactttrrssnserted at tint Dollar : all the timbers, to keep tbo salt in its s These were the first calico Iilcelever manufactured enabled bira |0 Iott 4
per square for the first insertion and Fifty : place. The Jini tier of stoppers are placed as to its execution and its consequences of : in thil1d ldom." Now adds the down and comprehend tho whole croon** .
the he
Geoff fer each subsequent one. longer : at the floor beads; the second immediately After being lubjected to the scrutiny ': editor of the pajler containing the above the once determined immediately. and I

advertisements in proportion and no lielgvthn lower deck beams; and the third Press for four years,-after three successive price b 5s, and Gd. or Gs'. out cfiSculiy, on which side the q8..2 I.

ouo will) bo considered less than a square.A between decks,just above the air streak presentations of projects? of law,-after the might most dyaoneou.Jlpproaebe4 .

discount made to those t$bo advertise common in all doable decked vessels. Air contests nf the tribune io which both panics i. A Bombay paper of last September Notices assailed; In a bad cause his art conslneJS ,

by.the slay .r. streaks are left above the first and second have signalized tbetmelves by superior tal- the arrival of a ship from noston which laying"it premuesso remotely from lilt poise .

L tiers of stoppers, for the purpose of adding cuts,-after along and minute in vestixation, sailed.befei e, loaded pith ice. But it adds directly in debate or else in terms so I... .

between the extremes. give the following more salt as the previous supplies of that -after being at first rejected,-after ministerial the article does not find a ready market,,anj rous and specious that ,the hearer, sectsV.r I II

at the division of qualities article settle or are ,dissolved. Just before changes caused by tits subject,-after tho thermometer at 80*. consequences rthicb could be drawn frwa II

1st. The river cotton lands, a rich alluvif finishing the cieliog of tbo ..eslel'At tall itJUltdinamong so many, and such solemn iuvestigntions j, I-- them n.just as trilling admit as set

>u, sandy'rarulI; loam, from three toI"K'1 cilIA timbers from the lowest you are now called on to deliberate upou Ib the British provinces of India, there is but his premises once admitted, the demos!
s it. a religious sect, called triads; but tbe Englishcall .Ira ton, Iu iweverdistant 1t
feet derp. These may not he si>> tier of stoppers to the upper deck-taking I followed as cur.
deep nor to adhesive as the same upon the care that the salt in the upper tier is Your task, and that which you have imposed I I them Indian Quaker They assemble lamly. as c gently, and as i iuu'ua Jl.alllJ'

Ileltn oldie Mississippi (for instance) vet well rammed down; Vc tatted, to touch the on yonr committee is certainly more .. annually in great numbers, and from a great demonstration Eorb'd. ,
there and inconsiderable better. easy of execution. Our duty and dignity, distance, for,religious worship. They worship Allbu |i q"' ". consisted ia the
am portions no a
does nhUfl I bate seen* capable of producing ''In.1I my experience, I have never founda I however, oblige us to finally examine this only one God the creator of all things, reutly deep acs( WBctioll| rod eat P hato pp>H t
and complicated question, and again 1 and disown every kind of idolatry. They earnestness III this
abundantly the finest sugar cine, as defective timber in vends thus prepared, grate manner flue tutees P011' s
also cotton Sea Island and Upland, the rich and thus taken care of; 1 am persuaded that turn our attention. to it in order to again ta- maintain equality make obeisance to none, dent simplicity and cnerg of hit style; & t

the richest tobacco and corn (ruin 50 to CO the dry rot may ho.entirely prevented by adopting riously investigate it.-Any other'pre-oceu and recognize; no distinction of cute or rank; close orlo .ical connection of bit thou*h,

bushels acre, the above precautions. Asa r mina, any other exercise of your constitutional but they profess homage to virtue and show ind the easy grad4tiousby ubich he o peen

3d.1 Next per in order are the Inn hammock of the good effects of the above mode, proof power does not entirely' absorb your abhorance olvice. io their conduct to"iL..dlolhors. bis 1'ihU on the attrutire minds of Iris bW

lands, with their magnificent oaks, hickory, add that I have two vessels DOW running thoughts. Notwithstanding tbe able and They do not serve as soldiers uor en.

magnolia. dogwood, &e.. and thick under which are perrectly.ouud and trustworthy; profound discussion which the convention t use arms for offensive purposes, but allow to .
htt\bber'-Mlcb are most excellent cotton one of them I.I thirty one y tan old and tbe with the Americans<< has undergone else : fight seltdefento tbo dress of tbe iren is Rumored appointment. The Norfolk /i. f
where cannot confidently 1 j entirely white; and ornaments of gold or silver raid..,.: "! is understood that the 4
pronounce I'rrs
tobacco and corn lands, ,the latter yielding other 'r< I the resolution until huve (freely nre considered indecent for shoat Tbey dent of the United States has akfad! J
: o or 40 bushels per acre. The have been given to their hulls, were the renewal upon you & lcd
of miter in these !lands is principal proximity f : of the waist pltnks of both, and tbe ami' really deliberated upon it. And in the taro forbidden to get intoxicated and to ustobacco. the vacant ChierJa.t etlhip by the r I'i rein; t.. 4t

the fertility. quarter deck of one of them. This was not first place a qu 'slitm presents itself, not u fj. They do not take au oath; they ofRoogq U. TA.VET, of Maryfaud.*,

Z l. Next are the high i hammock, with its owing to the decay of the plank, but to the Constitutional right" for of that there is no I' are required to gain a living by honest labor. Aoc IMPROVEME.H U:
forests of oak hickory and some pine-these circumstance elks being fastened with ironthe doubt of Parliamentary usage. That tbo I In other respects they resemble tbe Friends or : .-t'unE roa A .... 1

are sntceptildft of the same cultivation, and corrosion of the Iron caused openings Chambers possess' power in relation to Ibilalrair. | iu Christendom; nnd it is: said propose to cultivate has BEN NECK.-Doctor Hurmou of Load.' .1

coin gives from 15 to 3D husTiel per acre. where passed through the wood.** is beyond all doubt; and it is necessary acquaintance with them. he puabl'hell that a letter in the LaDccr,io"hit" :1

Both thr.o are af the same contexture clay Grnme Farmer.A to examine in what manner the true interests states "more than thirty teen liatt.
and sand of variety of shade, withsometimes / of the country require this power to ANTIDOTE CUR C1JULER.!. on taking my t.enautalk., T beard cries "
animal and vegetable dccuropsitlon. CAUCCR.-Mr. Thomas Tyrell of Missouri be exercised. Which tf attended to in thefrttttage will fur help ar n khrutili,taiKe. I rau In",* I

advertises that a cancer upon his nose, The reporter then considered bow the interests positively stay ill progress.WcastiinlW. pot and.." a manllilll on the ground. 4 .,
4th, in onler are the pin, woodlands./nd which had been treated without success by of the country should be estimated : horse was standing !new and the,b% ,stamJm

these offer the most siucular varieties\\ofnoy Dr. Smith of New Haven, and the ablest and terminated his examination by declaring Experience has proved its success in thebands I said his neck.the man He! had just fallen and brokf, II I

within the bonadaries of the United Sftatos.When surgeon in the western couutry. bad been that according to his ideas when a treaty of the most eminent physicians.Let was apparently quite dett I
the loblolly or long haired pine pro cured in the following manner: lie was to is signed it ought to be considered by the placed my kllcrs.iusl his boukJtn "
rails, or the scrubby Palmetto, the/land is commended use strong pot.nh, made of Chllm"tn as an act coaeumatcd in rehtion 20 every of person provide themselves with I nud graspti. his cbiu, wad the b. ck of ha t
grains calomel and 2 jtrnius of 'head
barren, except in pitches, where me grasses tbe ashes of red oak bark boiled down to theenn.istency which they should them- opium, firmly i.cii "CII sty hands: I proceeded I
to only concern nod the
moment they taken with
aro the to stretch tits neck wi'
he introduced for pastur.'here of molasses, to cover the cancer n all my streost
may far regarded the Ministerial
so as responsibility looseness ol '
the short haired: pine is seen, the land is sus with it, and in about an hour cover it with a { which hashes( incurred by the Slats* a the dowels! or the leatltcudeuiy The p.itirut: immulfatcly moved his limb 2
even the plaster of tar which must bo removed after Iluretttako at once the calomel and one of in two or three u.imiiea r..i.fd himself frog
ceptiblo of cultivating, to sugarcane under whose Administration the Treaty
ten, the of this .
and corn, the latter 'giving here fifteen a few days, and if any protuberances rOe J had been signed. grains Opiumlicit lIedi'jnt'il > the grouud, stared vacantly! remounted his
or twenty bushels prrncre. I have known main in the wound, apply more potath to operated two or three times, take the oth hour, and rode l.ufDl., a distance of aims

such land to produce one bale of Sea Inland them, and the plaster again; until they shall I The Orator afterwards entered snug i long cr .pill.ufopium llice water and bile miles** Tlio doctor meuiion*two other ia-
Cotton acre. disappear after which heal the wound with t details relative to the American dent' the I never known to pass together, acid remember .stance iu *hich life bas ecnicstorcd b tte
5tb nnd per lastlv are the Spanish and In* common salve Cautery and the knife had i history. nf difT l'tnt.detreC. _nf. the Empire : when you have billfousidischarges instead same meats% under similar circumstances.

than old fields-vast tracts of country having been previously used in'vahv This treat appTicanl! to sue case, and lastly upon the ', of the! rico .water stood, you may consider ) lu one I'flbe cases- m-. mntiunnl.-, ---?--, .ilm-w .H'IIIfn-.*....._..:.
been ..ideat', under cultivation at some meat effected a speedy and perfect cure. amount of the debt which he found, to>> ho I Wish care that YOU are sale lu the (prctno1 tioti was reduced try n lady.**

distant period, and mm abandoned to N }". Com. Adv.Cftci5f jnst and well founded.-He finished by congratulating niter stage, opium will :always stop the We can $t c no rea.: ou w by this may art

second growth! of forest trees. Where cultivation ... the Minister on his conduct '* purging, and in tba same jst( .gv, calomel if be true. The iuslnntMueous deaf winch' Hsiippo

has been attempted in those it has ,July 7. Grand balloon ..1sceim'off. throughout: this affair and declarm:; the retained in the bowels long enough will in- .ed,to occur upon the dislocation tf
!i Committee had unanimously the j variably briug offliile-lu slight case tho a- the vertebra of the
been with various lut'ce.i-tbey are not, .- On Saturday afternoon nt ten minutes adopted I, ; neck mat only he in
amendment' "f the Chamber of hove doses are sufficient but t"11Ih.auld! bet fact
therefore, taken up witboit| careful exami before nix o'clock. Mr. Clayton made Deputies. a suspension of animation, reduced
# nation.In a most beautiful and entirely successful I I which provides that the payment shall not i larger in those of A higher grade. Do not !be by n |*re.stire upon tho spinal marrow,

now countries it is natural take hold with bit new and most maltoillceatballoon. ascension bo made until after the Government receives ;' alarmed but wait patiently in bed for your I which if speedily removed!, may not be ftf -

of the primM' lands at once-lboe yieldingthe Tbe wind, fortunately, blew directly sithfitrtorv explanations of the President's medicine to operate and ti ben it dues operate .l. At ail.I arenas, the experiment is irnr.

greatest product with (the least trouble. towards the East though the breeze Message nf the 2<1 of December, 1834. I do not let it operate, too much. thy of a trial, which any ono should 'luriprcrcnceufuiind

When tbese become located, another class was quite Jeotle. lie rose very slowly to a :: The "havingccniiiltrd! nppoint- In every ea.e1 hero be attack is attendedby cuuugli give it if occasion
of lands extstteg in Florida must necessarily a height, and remained in view ted the llth nf June for comme.ncinsr the nausea urpukiug give the fullnwiug ewes ; uf't'r.Cu'rusts.
great an
be caKed into action. These are the mead. djietmion of the project orl",,.nntwitl'lfan- I tic; one table spoonful! of ground mustard -
pnra nr nrartM, and the river i land now subjected hour mail for and the a half.... lie took with !him.a. large.,"' tiufitc ** nnnA |llo; /,f M p"U....U.,.. -*.. 1 nut it in'. half ni"t nf val-r l.L" *, ..H w. << vr yini-l-'.aa. tlie result sf
t f w1,1Vifc 7 to put it off until rim 15th. once Iud repeat the dose ten fifteen several
to overflowing at every freshet. aura enclosed copies CincinnatiJWhig., and every or yean ex.'erirnco. 1 venture to assort .
require dite&ag, draining and banking-a Commercial Intelligencer, directed to tho rAntS, Juno 5 -Tho visit of M. de Tat- minues till it puke jou well. that the culture r f silk i b one of the OHM

species oflaber as yet little understood; Editors with whom we exchange, in ,Wash loyniid to tho Tuillcrcs are more and more I Now recollect if trite first stool; from the ca lucrative branches of agriculture, and is very

but when<< the competition of labor shall enable tngton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, nUll New frequent, be was there twice yesterday and i lomel is not bilious you arc to repeat the light and pleasant' cmploymcut. Neailys3

such works be undertaken, fine lands York. We have seen number batoani, has gone there nuns, tn dm'. He can no dose of calomel and opium), nnd continue to the labor uffotdiug; nuil ttudingtbe ttcnss

will thus be reclaimed fit for the highest cul I but we have never-seen:one: to compare with looser waik and it is necessary to cnny use it after each operation, until!you produce' mny l tt" pcrfornu 1)1 small children nb

tivation. Mr. Clayton's, either in size or beauty. The him from his carriage to the Cabinet of the bilious stonls-wlnu two or three billions are uscle nt most other cmplovoieaH.

Another peculiarity of the soil id this fine 'I shape i i. uncommonly handsome, and is King. But it appears that though his lees; evacuations bare been produced you must Tberceliug. twisting, coloring' aad mass
rountrv is i what I havo alrdady hinted. AJoug made of silk of various colors.Mr. refuse hin service fits bead is still check th"in by the use ofOpiurn. facturiugsewiugkilk ha simple

almost the whole sea coast touching the Clayton was perfectly) cool and col souod.i JOHN C. GUNK author,,fUuuni Domes as easily performed ns wool or proemand fta.

G-ilfof Mexke there is observed, growing lected to the last moment of tho ascension, -- _.2 tic Medicine and lace Physician of Tennessee This may be demonstrated by the saal
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out of the finest sand many feet deep, with and went up apparently with: the utmost ins and former Ptiyiiciau of the Virginia ; specimen. scud you, which was wroegb .

apparently, an atom of>vegetable mould, trepitJ t,.. He is a gentleman ofrespeetability Hospital. upon a common rdl and wheel by one wfet
the finest And tallest, and most magnificent Juno lO.h, 1805. bad the
about 27 years of age of considerable 1ST.JUGVSTI.W oat advantage_ of eznene&wr. ani
live oak trees and magnolias (grandiflora) scientific acquirements, and understands w bo bad never seen a C'ocounb..tort.9 -.-w Oft- .

the pride of this. section; also the finest gar perfectly the science of Ballooning. Shoals I CIIIEF JUSTICE, IAItS}JALL-nr W,.. hundred pounds of!leaves will produce SH
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den vegetable. On examining this sand with the wind& continue to carrv him in the prop. I I pouud of sen ing silk, and a child from taw ra
tho microscope,it is found to be composed of The Chief Justice of abe Vnitrd States is
er direction, and his gas, (which he bad a twelve years of &; broken shells only-not a particle of alien in bit person tall, meagre, emaciated 'hit ,' seventy
very large supply) not too soon fail he will Iullod. tif leaves in a day ibis is caKrJ
appears in its formation. undoubtedly' accomplish his voyage to the connected muscles relaxed and his joints so loosely' ':: a days work fur a chil iu Connecticut Ar
Atlantic Sea board. as not only tit disqualify him this the
ap rate same child will feed
Off THE raBSERVATton or fuses, SILLS Tho audience was exceedingly large both parently, for any vigorous; exertion of tho worms, as will produce as mss j

&c.-We have endeavored several occasions within and without the Amphl.theatro.We body but to destroy every) thing like elegance I of reeled silk iu m weeks twenty, worth seven from poorer fast
call the atlrntfon'of readers to and in
to our doubt harmony his air and
not hut there move to
were 2,000 with. seven dollars
persons i, the
pouu heat l
the best ,sills and meats Indeed in his price ;
preserving whole
meats posts
in enclosure. We have understood that appearance and regulated by the good bid .
1 iw
other timbers from decay" The eatitit metIledie demeanor dress, attitude and reeling
the receipts the door gestures.sit.tiug
at amounted to reeling of thh .
:. !. upwards quantity will
tbe at
Fell the the risht time I occupy
to tree at -not standing or walking-be Is as far ,
orSUOO dollars. The re tension of
of the moon, bat cube year !this be done, fine. day was unusually moved from the idolizing graces of Lord bo a woman. three weeks, and sill
the valse of the wood will be several time.P'Oater I other produced from a half acre of land aervr ,
AIr Is any genUemau earth.
Clayton the on
reported by steam boat ding to this calculation -
than if cat when tbo sap is rising in Hero to have been seen near Goyandotte, )reliNe&"<*&, JTttfir fiB, 1835. Tu continue the portrait-his head and face exaggerated, two children which think cwt

in the "rtag. This Is a feet well worth a distance of 155 miles from this city, on ____ __ aro small in proportion to his height; his twelve years old, in six from uioa It
ana but it is weeks, and one *s> ,
,, not complexion swarthy the muscles
; of his .
Saturday night at II o'clock still face Iii
wending fit/4.-Silk societies and man three weeks, from
with associations an of I sans
only fact connected this business, that: bis towards the East. t are being relaxed, give him the of acre .
way The Moon shone appearance will
be known and remembered. springing in aU of make fifty four pounds of reeled &.
ought to In brightly. up party our eoanar, forth! a maa vr dO yours of age nor can he l \
addition to the durability added io this parpore cultivating the much >o worth ay five dollars per pound which, t- ..
way, J ._ .. .. .. ; Mulberry and the younger. His countenance!iias a rail b- mounts to two hundred .
we add at .least M much more by the IJOaBIQ.- manufacture of silk, and the diffusion" of know. ful expression of great gootlihumor! and hilarity 1 and seventy-duain .-
judiciousmay application of tall or lime, and for + ledge while bit Mark resume that by planting oue field' said &
-. en that subject Wonld it not be well for ; eyes-th*unerring ins the Italian .
.. statements of their efficacy,(we refer to pages From the N. Y. 1 those in dex-possess au irradiating spirit Mulberry, more may be made .-
Journal these who which
Conmtrct parts contemplate the .
of Wh tarnioff proclaims by usual mode of ( .
8 15:5. 141. and 167 of our last "01. I tho of the arming on a Plantau .
inst. their power mind that
attention this culture
ume. :' to to form themvelvea sits imperial tiou of one hundred acres.Ve have let: &

These substances were applied to prevent 5 day Later from I r.Hee. sateen association for mutual{ encouragement This extraordinary withont been iu the fiabitof tteudiug vast amounts ,4.,.
maa. the ads
r the fermentation;but the former commonsalt By the ship Pacific Captain Hoxie, we i;I sod the diffusion of information on this topic. vautago of person voice. attitude pitnr. tho ladies, and Europe, to put ehase sift. a.

ban also been used as nreveiitaUve; a- bare Ha..,. dates to June Ctb, and Paris to or any of the ornaments of an orator- --de.serves
gates the dry rf. This, which has proved the 5tb both inclusive. We have reetivfti the 3d number of Fessind to be considered as one of tbe aud of this country, who are left is ...

to remarkably destructive to timbers employ. AMERICA InoEuiviTr .n', Silk Manual and Practical Farmer, eloquent men in the world mOlt i t pecuniary einbarrassmcn', to alms hoefc
QUESTION. pubs eloquence
..fid in both ei>tl f and naval architecture;is pro. The Committee Ibhsd Boston 60 be said ; may II 1 think even roan it hotels an iute e+t ia
ID the Chamber. of Peers at at seats per.nft..... It 'contains to consist in the power or seizing the the -.
dated b veral spirces of prosperity of this
tf fungi!, belonging made their attention with country should teed I
Ibo { of Irresistible
report on 4tb. They agreed a variety information or the cottar of force and never i lab 1
I. else to if real genera, such as Mcrulita latkrymanttaAlmofyra&ete assistance to put a
to such
unanimously to retain it stop
permitting, to elude the prOCtt"Oillil. "
silk .
intro ts. 1 and agriculture generally. which ii grasp, until tho and thus
;; and though cedby M. ralcae in the Chamber very nearer hat received the conviction contribute bis mite to a hrest
which i
of valuable. Several the
we Diva beard BO complaint on this subject tau, making the Btpu articles! .intend extracting I speaker 'intends.As national good, I would therefore idfi
I to car own section of the gauntry, wepresuflM conditional I See btloia,]of After the indemnity some from h, which, we think will be of use,to a to his person, it has already been do w itb numble deference, that every (arrest

) that some extracts from a late marks by Mr Barante, the further discussion re* portion of our readers at least. scribed. His voice is dry aad hard bit atti procure trees which may be planted by w all,

i w&tot. by 'W' A. PATTEtsoif.. an ems cube subject was postponed to the llth. in Subscriptions to this or any similar work that tude in his most effective orations was; often on side bills, and by the side of bigbnsyi

iaest mereeaet of Baltimore will' be found spite of the efforts of M. Duboneba may be desired will be received at this office extremely awkward it aad byways, in lands too stony to till *' .< VII: mi mm iua.auu'TriU --
put too join we air -----
"! anew of a fine vffjicl built for a thing ia the tone of M Harante's see no t I lug from his right arm and gestures proceed py the places of useless shrubs# and forttt

,Charleston. packet, witb so much care that which varies the aspect of the q ues lion.remark t I ls Jfcie&er&0dbr. We bava received from i ly in a vehement perpendicular consisting awing mere.of it I trees as Lombardy other poplars papsf .

1Jyron jtil/ed, at tIM M end eawkutg of that time repairs when for four The trial of the Lyons insurgents ia tee 'th. pobbshsrs tn New York. the July No. of from above the elevation ef hit head to tho mulberry &c. the Italian mulberry bctsf
was French Chamber bar mare uroamet tal than 01hem. of .
of behind any ,
Peers this which
excellent be pee
was not coeds perisdieal. Its was :accustomed
carried iuto the deck to be caulked, she uses ded. contents are rich stand. to dy growth, aad very tenacious of life. I
found to be so totally fatnyed by tie dry I In the British House and varied and we biro enjoyed a rich test Jo As have abo"i drat due business be attended
of Commons to fancy, if she field may I
Jena a ia
its seat hit
rot, u be perusal.It ,: mind
eworthyrepair and 2d
was in answer ta aad children
i to an Inquiry from Lord Lon all, which 1 very much doubt his by woman ; consequently
broken pp.MTbe donderry, Lord Melbourne stated is printed a' superior style and is an oYuamsot Batons trampled with gigantic I up wards of twelve millions of dollars may
year bt&re... breaking out of the sistance had been thus far rendered what as to our country* and dessrvesacetuiaa* her flower decked disdain on oU I be saved in this country annually, without .
to plaits and
late war wka. great Britain, I commenced !bv England under Spain ,. soce thstaoeonrsgement blooming par tlimiaitfnnj in vitae our other
the which it turret prodocis.The
his lion
Quadruple 'fre.. so gen then, will
feeHdtaf a Use vessel.,led. hid her frame rai- Toe | yon ask with a look time is
feeding from
J.otl'lllabJect of .rslljrreceired. of incredulous worms the tenth
the call <<
..db ?fca4. a4 bottom for sate r v:et* curiosity-botr fi it
planked when I lion possible
does not appear to bave It Is that such of May, until! about tbe twentieth of June a
been published a man
dettrwiaod discussed by & Eaton can bold the
to at 15 attention of
proceed no furrier. I deter- on that oceasioa. per an season ef the year when a bare is not fae fr
mined snnocn. audleaceenebaraeWthrongh
lM, over to proceed tbe vessel no, under arched which I erected a Two shocks of an earthquake were felt at .. ." ordloll'1l.allbl I Will toB a sptecb. ef an used, the worms are found to produce! It I,
sao 10u.
tnaJQCd/our re- on the lUth of bro). The He posseses'one much silk.pnd .good {&a barn as ia a U ,
years before concluded to fine The Superior Court for the .Euteni'Diltrictor original nnd IUpeJ'Olta.ral
lib her,aHpostiWe care net taken j of her lion Spanish'Cortes ad ourod: -thou ses (II now in stolon faculty of devolpiog the subject by a sin I baratory scisntifically cowtruc d. Mast .,
on the 27th of June. Fierija ia this eiiy, for the gle glance ef his i of tbe worms in New Eegltad,are atk
i ies mind
i trial of land CIVJtt detecting at once If
Ibo very point en whfeb the f de without die troebla of TberwOt01'a
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, .'. Tfce l"n nn Mulberry ii of? very tpeedwwife ;, i. Taut, sitars Hew&rd To the Electors oft\t County oj Vl Johns LIST OP BT2'.B.ljt Great atio1 .rt "".k.

. ad way be propagated o speedily r RAN A WAY from the )Bob Cireuwstancee have of late tended to pro ill trift PiMt.,ffic0 at th* City A.E.IC mr' MAGAZINE

fat be manufacture of silk in lW Country scriber about two month date in me a Hiuire, to represent the people MKilAlNING' SIM the furs or April! OF USEFUL AND INTEREST t

.c he romaficnccdVnoeb sooner ttau. flas ilL since, hit two negro fellow I of the County In the nest Legislative (:oun to the Uiirtittli of Juna. ,which If not taken KNOWLEDGE: ;
Ft* ont in three months will he sent to the Genera)
antkipatcd. The genius and eater.fitp GEORGE and JOI1N.- fit,and as party c11tiaction'lIncl .
been Post office a. Dead Letter. TO tt ILLOTRATKD BT KCMISOCtDYTIIK Uonstttrss
It fir tier citizens equal to the task nIl UEORUGaSouthCarolmiaitorn ttoat appear to have subsided I feel that 1 I

N +o'futuriugsilk superior to the imported, ( i*about 40 year.old. middle Size well built j can now ciRVr to you my best services with-I A. Lenntrdy, R.tgne 4 nOSTOA" DErrICK COMPANY,
* & their zeal attl.rif1 !. difficulto out incurring personal opposition Anderson .Mrs. A. 2 Ijtuderraafl. Edward sorer.. which ha*attended the puMi
brn ate iu operation nut 4 nil stammers so much that at time tt is any F. W Lindubar. Fraaeisro THE
Araiel. the En
feif. trill enaldf them to compete n ith the i understand what be ttyi, JOHN it an Uri. will Independent of the gratiSration that Andrew Lawrenre &1. I oo ol thi best Mtgtsintt.. from .
can born, abont2d ol-.middle sire .t." It would afford he thus far entnisieci gosh Pre baledloprepsrati j ne roriuinf as
vetU in thus culture. I venture to mien. i years me to Andrews, U.bert llazyek, Ala-nder adapted due want
periodical particularly
a. theist fear of contradiction, that there I.I.elt i fat sod tern black Complexion Beth are, job. with oorron&deDte,1 have other motives Allen Richard C. Mowatt. Charlet !2 and taste of the American public-while it will .

. a country on tho h lobe haviflK toil nod I bins litvlurkine the These two tie.r of Wbitesville*es are | rub in view.I Alger.' base 2 Slooro Page be the object oftht pro rietors to make the work

3e. cfetate to well adapted to the growth of the Black Creek Duval neighborhood' County. E. F., where ibejrv on desire to tee this county advanced it Allen W II. 3 Me.tre, Gabriel strictly what it* title indicate, U will navtrthe .
tit Mulberry, and eowtitnltoa or thjk i tbeir wives. her.internal condition and her resources im To the Acting Vice McDonald Uarnet let contain all' attiele of interest to ia patrons ,

htao ItsKta worn a< United State The tenacity, i The' above reward will be paid by lh F.Gue proved., desire to tea St. Augustine he Receiver Consul for of Public Portugal uto-)2 Morgan ickler.,Jacob Christopherneyt. which appear in Foreign ilsgiziaet.Extensive .

,' rjifo! i n indeed wonderful la those trees,I II.r.'fltlantcd Merchant in St. Angustineon the delivery of each come the strand concentrating point of come MeNither.Jolm preparation have been entered into
. Snore than 8000 between the of those negroes in the Jail oftlf Augustine, heid nannleatinn from the Atlantic to the Mexlcat D. MeilnrcbieMr.Rr both with artiste and author, to furnish from

Utnd, 2t3tb or June last, and alttmuch tittrylfttAtnthe I I I ,' the.reaaonsble expenses Incurred to can, Gulf: and I hope yet to tee the many eleya- .ta. Mtriano alanut,. Joseph all every parts sublet of the drawing which* and tbn iUtutritkmaof puMiherv
them 'here.<>r tn tbe nVrson tent in receive thaw ted the Be Johns nvernccupiftd
Ift 5eautu,1 think not 100 died. position on Bidwill, Mr tl. confidently believe will enable them toutue *
I I al Die place they may be teen red with the proper and tettted and into 01 Olcott Caroline D.
10I C.
it perfectly hnrd,. alt" Hi regard : brought a state work hnanrahja to iuiitle and acceptable to theAmerican
Tbe tree advice given to that effect in the laid F. One. I, Kev. G. A. P
cultivation. Chaprel. .
ta. cold of 300XX produetivo .
I upwards poop
and among M. UK FOUGKUES.
iat Jailing I have not discovered out St. Augustine,July lit,).. Alone of the meant of arcnmplithinf Campbell. Mr. Ann Potkinham.Charles The first number of th* American Magazine
.. s plant injured bf the severe front or .. -.. .. these ends,.it it necessary that the ,unier or Cochra John Pon, Francisco D. illustrated with about twenty splendid engraving .
ibM hat kern Clarke. Geo I, F. Pinckston M. K.Carpenter l ef.retbn first of nib
-I; Mia nearly all tethertkrass 1I0.'lt'E.LL the harbor should be connected with those will appear nn r > Sert r,
winter. Antemot M I'ar .Mary
aid be continued monthly containing hntwe*>n
toe indebted to abe Estate of Six Mile Creek hy RtlRI or thllt a late
tffe ''.", been more or I le i injured thereby A.. per nn oftbe late D. Penntyrr.James 40 and .ri n impet'Nl octavo pages. and b* fnrntsh
err (:I stuein Morn-, inn ieulit af well aiunv ; Rev'd I'DWAan: F. MATUX, are requested ral Rail Way tbnnhl bt> laid from ibis city tcat Davie. George R H atth- low since .f twedo mr. per aanuai. Itwill
"I the tier tree are entirely Lillfbat to make imioediate payment, and shame havini to form a junction with the one proposed! Davis \Vm. B. 3 n..bert.on.Iel" II DU( comnri e-
t+a clay will that he for Per.n.nlvania. demands mil please prrtrnt them to lh'tiibtcnbt from the Suwtnnee to the St. Johns. Eithernf F. Rid'tte. Thomas Portrait and Diocranhical) "lelJ. nf dutiagnikhed .

tae \ a proml her daughter will appear in duly authenticated seconding j.10, law these ,%ork would b. tufTictent ticounteract FalcontSaear! W. Biz;\nnee Americ.ii. View i,f Public Bnildin;.
when 8. P ANbIILHtN.Qualified: Feliiice. Mary rt.
those which have been
ItteIf' I influence "Ionuoent.11f1 tmprov menu, Lanrfvcapohienerythn
kk[( r their own manuficture.: presumethat : Executrix.WOT1CB1 G. stz.,.ThomlIJ. : ,
distant. put in operation to criple and destroy the future boondle variety and beauty
i i. not far j Gne.Francis Scott John
day : which this will form an unceasing
:ht of St Augustine. in rmiiitry.
Penn I I (iuerardJnseph 2 H colt,Mr otin..rnctlOn.r1d raii6c.ition.eocravjngt
t*. I These and ether ohjertt' of corresponding fonrcn
resume th.eximina Gay Maria Srolt.Jame M. and the dfserip'iorui oftbe character habit. & .
'at II.ARKF.'* WEATtUfc TABLE. TlinutidttiiignrdiTill Ctaimt fur losses importance I desire to tee accomplished; to iirvin. Felicia M. F. Hiunly. Margary Beasts Bird. Fishes and insects. together
ire .. C/arfcr. 11h'rl'onamtlul.. on which I would willingly devote a portion or! Ferment Still .Mrs.II .
l>r. Ail** the Second II mill'1 in August next. Carey with every subject connected with the Geography
*aied rt, the public sumo meti-orulojjjral. oherv I I {ftb.. vpce-ty aiijudiration nT these Chlmt u my attention; believing that the interest or :hiihbin.Chan L lI tnrl. N..tural.ud Artificial retnitrevt of
"iH>ns in M Inch hr rciumkt ; From y I luiirh I di .ir 'd bv the Aath'>rilie. Washington. eve(; roan are inseparably_ connetted with Hawkin Mr*.Cb,. E. H',8.DaL, the conottv illitiratrd in a familiar and proper
F,. Ann rhildhi'od I w.* bred' upon a little nnd 1 ua'.ii tniiiorum toih tl"il1l..i. hoped the putdic welfare. E. 0. GOULD. :I' Havden. A. B. 2 T.helm. manner FREEMAN HUNT.
? .. John al. Teal
,.1. / rtn HC I found 1 thnt much <-f our turccti that wiiin't
rd *..rtital .ii a proper knowledge' and man* wilt baiuitnedutely examinvd under commissions; A lot Elrttortt del Condado de San 'n.lI.bitodo Hall. Mary V. T lo.Juhn Pool I4ourtotreu Bo-ion July 19. 1834.
end) that those mutt: withIn the Conn: will to .
armtetit of the trratliir. I was led to study y ya cesado ciertas diriencionconsideracionei V Hinkfey, Allen Tancr R R.Hayne -

rto it erer ince I was eight yean nr age." In 'Ilfarr..d during the forexauunniionat month fj.llnwin the. time dr.n.tlKl and de partidos. y hallan don. ., Urnry 8. 2 V. Superior Court-East Fieri

tint irtatcc he states that he hat nttatnedtttra Tuoifrh, b the It".h'flu"hh ih undersigned en situation do ofrecer mis tenririoa en I 1rapaeidad Hart. Ephraim Van Lew. FJiza L. r. 9 da-In Chancery. mrr success ns thc r"luh uf which grill!) find him (
dl'f a. lit advocate the weather tublo ntiridutcd to I "'hAml.'r. on ,Charlotte Street every day i.f the Cnerpo fAlJill"livo venidero; y uue riertatnrrnmstanciai 'lieLel'LitAk r. F. vs. 4% '
Jr.ller"hr-I. hut wliMi ibi'*nu of that grn' week 8a'ardrvs.are'red. from 10 o'clock me tutu iuducMoel deteo dc K. Wentwnrtb. Robt S. Nehcmiah Brush, J-*|,, \"
the P. M. ami firm 4t..r i p MIIODT. A.I'I llenarclicho del Keo hJamea White.Jot. M NallaanitlVIt Hisba llnningt.
') "ran Ins rrceutly disclaimed on part to 1 car n. Ademat honor quo 14."iti:4IOI1.! E. D. 2 Tliorii# ,
rt orbit late father Or. Clarke says that the RAYMOND BE'D I ae mo haria ti llegnra it pr"star some vu.'strimnfianza Levy. M. P.. Wilton. William Ichabod Pratt, Isaac Alarquand, Jeiomu John
I lie of the up'r Court DU I Moses t. Levy Jaitic IUz. Susan Monday
srcsrwv of this table i4 truly nmaxtep; and Judge p0rlaFtlUtl I ten ootrns rnrns a In vist4. wit.Mtrgaret: Z soil

'A tint if Or llritrhrl hnd lived for no other I I Mi deieoTi, en primer lusnr.que nnettto I ewi..John Zoller, Anderat: Edward Uwit.M. Wanton Thomas NjpUr.ttdJt.bgII

rnd.rtH jHtrpiw than In construct it, ptuterity Mould ,, 1\OTIV, e rnndado ramble su actual eondicinn, y me Usk.JameaC. IlrigadaGomrz, widow of Fernando deli Ma

bare reaon tn Men bit memory hon.e ol weeks --Her dnle,.| '\'iII.prol, to the jorar sum recursos. Del CI i igtinhnente que U I St. Augustine 7th July, 1rl" za Arredoudo. tenr.dec'd. Maria Maoool": Teresa
oar meteorological rondcri inny per ha piiii ilia Jodgtt of ih. County Court for cuidad da San Agustin sea a el punte principal JOHN CRAY. P. M. ,Ilorote4. Dominga and Rosa, children of aid
rIe thank f".r iiwrthij; this table ns arranged SII{John ennnt%. for Irate in .ellihe real Estate deconcentraciou detdeel Ailantico hat.ta Fernando de I h 3laz Arredoudo|Franci ,of Punalvl )flats*h. late of said County dee.i SOU I Ul'a "
el de of the said
btuband Domibga, and
101(0 Rupert
&Jejito ,
ed t" Dr, ( 14thc" i ; 1"Pro auu Yet mu- saga
MI'KV! .
rho ilr los ItJI'd,. busbund of the said Dor oteat Antonio
-- I J1nut"priuciPales solirn el (tin mA1Ca SSll B AmWGAT
II. .Au-iutine, May STtli, 1KJ5. 8-.*. juitterrea. of Mid Uoa infant and
Jf fa 1.w110? "m, tsar First Quarter tin I de Snn Jnnn ventejotamente pohlados rule mat's guardian an ;
y IT. (GA.)
rs, "t the 13'1 nil) and
Moon, the last Oy-arter hippo nS I tivndos.-A Charles Ktbiou. Lxceutor
at full,, cr._.... .... .. M CJUcnp IncliNpciisablc Law ruyo logr e'lIprtnrio quit I.. a- Under fAs direction i/Mr.and .Ur,. A'00/ASOJV tcstiinentof the said FcnunJo de U Slsza Arre-
mum tuasde Bahia
etta tnbieten conneceion
tic coo had the trial of several month-he
ata T I f ?e fl .t Hooks,-The Jurist lat de Vi'j Milts Creek pnr media de un ea HAVING of this Institution propn K CerHio Fernando ant Fiedenco.infant cliil-

1 a_ : ;e III.' work. pllbhlllf'd t Washington city lint, d quo tin camino de bean .e eon'truja make n pennann, t etililishment, where young drftllur Ignacio Arreduttdo.deed,mud Jose baa*

110 Lb t.I..1 r 1' edited Ly JutI" Crnch ....i.ted'b, Ii.o""tJ. desde lotlimitetde etta cuidad unirse con Ladies may rrce a Solid a" I'cttit F.lllt l n. darauia. guardian of said mCint
U-r a E:.q hi parts .flt p.e'l "Dch. el ,'propuestn dendedicho rio do Ran Juan The state of Society nt St. Mary'. is high) furs Teresa anal |y>uia infant children ef
N.I IISlif 6D. Hifi -s t "rain I. coutatns HIS opinions .,(the upr.mfJt fi Suwanneo.-Una Ootra obrateriu tuff curable;the location one n( the most heal. hh' in Maria de la Lnz Futu.dc'd.Maria Isabel andalaiuiet

>. C Court U 8.i'roui August term IT9I, to February ciente. & dcstruir lot influjos que ha Imhido y the United State, whi'e the einse| of living iicnniparatively Arredondo.h font children of Peter Atrtdondo -
-- t term 1100I'art hat imnedir lot fuiuros cheap. It i believed Uianhvscindueemerts deceased. and Manuela Lasaga,admin*
Ita i tei f i "illr y 1 11. cauUins Lord Raymond's reports para do wan Acustins veutajosot rrosepectos : tneeiher with the laudable ezerhtnofezptrirtut4 utrairixPrsxed'. ,

n = C Pat III coutains&G pses of cases derided: \ Eilucator, will attract public ** Corifurio. iduw and adminittiattix
rfis 2. .w ".I"W v..wp. -, r in King's I)<.ncb. Coninmn Pleas, and Chancery: Este objeto y .'trollamIJirD deimportau-- patronage. of Ju.eph c''. Peter. Fernando.

-i-- -n'ePj- in,England, conmieitcing with !.aster lerm 1833. cia deleo 11eguen a dot'Mo efccto f ruyo iu- I... or sri7i>usRecdine. Atronil. Marina Jute. Tender", DolnreaaiiJIfict
: a C.. Pait IV. cantnina the opinions ofU o $upremeCourt tcnto dirigirexnstotamentetodn miatencinn. children of said Joseph M Arredondo the
..-; _C. r.1. II. II ;r .-. !.(1. Spelling, Writing. Cietllr"pIIY. HU.
.= "C.:2 .I =Q. U January letui Ii';31. in3 pages.At put quo rreo que el interci individual devc Grammar Atithm -41 bit named infants
If.I" s; a,* 5= M. I It OIl 0 $ ; many members of the Oar lute already ester Guido el bicu general. lory. English Composition. Fernando, Lni. Francisco Gavina. MariiMaiiuftlla.
tie Algebra Natural Philoa
'D Geometry, >iphy
? Catalina and Lni Anrfdundncbibireu
r* u; .. ,b.-eco- .011.0 .. =- x p-jtrhaed! omi of the '"orkbich are to be reprinted < Tengo el honor &e. r b.nli,'rl.Dnl*",. ,\..troQo.nffL L>gtc. Atitonia.Jore of Fernando de la Maze Awesd.aado
ft-c rza c it tbe Jurist, the publisher pr petes to Vuestro .
= Cqnciudndauo. Cnticiam Femal
on English Oiagra.phy.
7' 5. I lac named infant,
gV 2CT dee'd the seven
cU seiic
: .. *them in four so that subscribers may jun.
,- .,f. n P u- take one ur.ll. I ELI AS GOULD. nd alor.II'hilolOpbT.) NaturalTbeolog and Jose Kha. bntral',guardian of taid infanis:
1a ). Drawing, Painting, Embroidery. 1\1 u. interested ill the -..
4fI1' Tin nfries. No I, will contain a rei ort of the sic French and Hid all other p rons IrtlnwON
Language required Latin
I ry tt' ci.iuns of the Supreme Court which by tin set The Mend Dr D.IVID tfulnallh and motion ort romplaina: it solicitor, and
onlm late Cong'. nr: hf reader to Ixi recorded, I LEVY. Ewj aniiouiice him a* a candidate to represent ,A ofeotiacaf qualification, ban commenc. having been mad M appear. by aflidayir,

....------.--. ... v -. ou,of this amlpii Im"qii.nt Irrin : St. John County In the lIe1t LeMatiweCftnllf'il teaching. Lady Iii usin on rartoitt fatliwnabl httrnmnts. that all the adovt) lumiwd defetidanti. .sc.plit
fi 57 **I-.*<5 *'. O 1 "t "'.-. 2 SCs N ill prfptrcd fur the press hy llirhrd 8.Cove for this Territory. Chutes Uo iort.Teresa Arffld..nfole. and Tvr..a
CI". 2 0 ? : ? It. 5 I And another ofjittt rattgeviit$in the art,
% St. .
I1i Esq and instead rf f.HndeKnuei1 six months. AngnitineMay 19. 1335Cash .tin infants, Muses E. Levy Kdwnrd
-'s.- :. SsLzs OIl <2.t .) it ready to give lesions in Dra\vint. Thn ins and Louisa F ,
orl .
.'I III. will itjtjir
1iII : -_? J strnctrest in French speaks the lanmagn with |
? i ii ;a3 "t... :. s7 the c.Miri and .n.'"ttj of cts'.ing in hneofomfr ''/eRII Store. fluency and correctness,and has bad much ,reside out of this District and part of l.hvnr
-! ? X7 S ? ::-. '? E. 7 "'n fiv, to in d'tiUr par session, when taken HE8UD3CRIDEU has received the In department, the endeavour the United Statrt. nd the rest of the.min site
:0 *Si.- ? a"'c = m. ."' .- .-.Y.o t' a.;.>itl.if.'Jiiri- \\11 ,i..t ro
.I.. .: "-C. S.S5 .e.= .3 hlletull; to 'n' do tar nd fifl. c>*nt*.) C 110.1 arrival here,an extensive and very elegant a.. the mind, but the mnavert anti morals of the defendattNdnap|>eir! and answer the Mid rom.rlaiuulu .
t M ': df nsirij ports of th-' previous tcrrys. and thn re bill ur complaint 011 or before tb.ltsth
1I. ._ r g. .1 i .- sortment of FANCY AND 3TAPI E DRY yonnj ladies will be regarded with assiduous attention. :
. PE.. ttrt. of cures derided in the Court of King* GOODS. II AKnWARE.PEHFU.UCRY. Ac. I day nf December next otherwise the said till will .
c. SC. s' >.1' Uitnrh, Common Picas: Exchrquer: Nisi Priu, &c.whirh he will sell for cash or collateral b.l..k n pro confttso ugainsl them
.C 8DI -. .; and PArlitmenurv('n*s,et1 ed by J IIdle'',aneh '.uri., a. low or il poa ihln lower titan any other Tefreacet And it t. further ordered, that this order beaiblt.bed
IItt _0.4" asti Ptu 'RV orient: \\'r.\TIIfa e ioauE. p >ru art put>li-hcd inpeiinclical farm in England' ', ea>hbnsineannlyandhas reduced his price, A. CL'RKC, Eq.Mesr December nest in the Florida Herad ftcIl1
t nt>') Mut in us t>y an aitrut in I/ iidoiii tlirfc Mill 1 to the very lowest rate. lie ia grateful to his *. HADLKK & NIOUTISOAI.X.OHTQOPEBY. :. St.Augustine tht 8ih day of June, ':.
d =. a'a r a1"au! 'IMV p-c.donc..I.ut it intended in J.ft i customers for past favors, and solicits them and SI.Ilar,'", May w, 1835. ROBERT RAY3IOND REID

o .. It .;: thr entire report funniiiff down to the earliest the pnblie generally to call and examine hisgooJi & Judge ;tnp Cowf, DUt. E.F.

e .- -. h. -- -.,.--.. eli,.*. Tim i'I'nhti-h..d in monthly nnnv and hope. by strict attention to business, and Copy attest,
o 181 $'t i1air: hI'" of twin 'hundred and f f'v six p'gn, thirtn n the really reduced pries of hi. gnorfa to give i eve OR DISTORTION OF THE FEET.FB1IIIS I. I D. GIBBS. Clik. 10
''t tti .rab D"'Kf. of whirh are given for Tm lUlr 'IV Juristhis ry tati'fartion. JOI1NJ IIED ICI{. important branch of snrg. ,.th.object -- ,
.1 ,t .a already received a tnbiciiption which warrants St. Augustine.. April, .!. M. of which i* to remedy all deformities of TUITION -.
its continnauce.'Flit the feet having become the of
tr 4"1..8 Rain ,"O.d uric contains a report ofChnnrery I. N. D. A supply of fresh DOOTS &- SHOES particular attention jatteraly in(ranee,and lit subject treatment Of the WENCH *n .
"ii tI.1. jll1t received for sale .bo"r
r I II Case. cluing a preference to the latest and runs I as attended with de"ilecI.tlcc. +.the snbtcribvr wnt I": *, r
"@I 4)1 16H G IJ N1"I: nine down t*the .arie! .t date I induced during hi. residene in Part in '"). to : J. J. UELI SA moat respectfully!
r b ,, :8' Var Tbe third series will consist of a report of the Estate ef fiifftet0 If Vl 60"'l'ATUTCCF. devote much of his time to n thorough investigation .L' inform the citizens of St. Augit rin.. that

6 c 11 l S I fain Stale Trial aid Crown Cases .I i. hereby given, That nionthi ofits theorand' practice; and under tie: on arcuunt of ibe multiplicity of bit sari jenents -
0 i llJII 79 tI' 1'IM* fourth ttrlst cnnsi'ls.of the Laws of theUnited 1. after the date hereof the subscriber edmiu instruction of the most eminent pr.ictittetaerthere; .in the above meetinnnd Languages, ihat
. ,tl ;tl. 4 I: Cool Mates& edited by Aaron U. Dayton Ecq. imitator of the F:: tato of Andrew Wilson late of I be flatters himself that bo has acquired turh he i compelled to relinquish the teaehiug cf tbtf

II It 'I i2 t llher. Each wrirs will! consist ..f thirteen numbers of St John County deceased will re.rntthe.c. I Iknuwledgeoftheartuenables. him with ennfi.dsncn f.nglish. and will DOW devote himself 10-
. it l'lt.untV 2.V1 paces per annum, at the rate of Tea Dollar. I count of his administration to the Honorshlo the I tat offer hit service to the Public. All de. these languages. He take. this method ofiufor*
sl 87 n"h Dntz. 8ttbserihers. of Court nf i-nid facts of tha feet be divides i into two classes .
"11 till l m may take all or either them.It County County adjustment and tats : ming those parents who w: hlo have their child
& la ti tit tt M ill thin, he seen that this work will give to that lie will thereafter pray (Nave to be dre barged she Congenital or ruch as occur before birifa:and ren taught on an improved m,l ear v method.Utat
D L4s cuh tiiljer. at rate much below that at which from bit Administration.EDWIN. accjd.utal, or those which lake plncn at ditt-rent a fen toang ladies can b cetted ,either at bit
. 't toli such work have been heretofore toId.Lsw (looktindi 'r. JENCKES. poriod after iijand they are prod ured bra variety Trench clas It Dr.Peck'..from half past 8 to IO

. f ., f8 67 'r ensablo to the profewion t and that mem March 30. I-Cm of causes affecting 'be OMIOIIS. mutcnlar or ligamentout A SI. or at Dr Porche from half pmt' UP.
, i44 hers of the bar who reside in d.o interior will system All these cancan:ay b* em- 31.
. ; 1.t have the advanUign af receiving them by mail,toat pl.t..lyalld| permanently cured. Th'i limn re.qtiiredtoaccompliali lIi.-cbsornnnr Gentl 91 i4 TilE StUiSCI1IIliR
'. =i : to put thorn in possession i>f he latest decii ns a cure must necessarily from t toC P -Fartler notice will
. es *;lI 11 rremeudou.TLGust.a in;thi.rountrrand in England immediately after HAVING loisiaess of important in another depend upon the nature and decree of the d*fortuity be l given when his Getman Clair, at Judge*
I t4 l 71 I'nlr ', which cannot well be nwnaffcd and the and of health of tho
they are delivered Th publisher gives an as* I ; 'ge state pa Smith'. will commence.
.. :Ii t ft if' j Run It Ni&bL snrWe that the work will hereafter be regularly without hia presence offers for sale his plantation tient. Private Tuition early in the morning and lata .

. .,. 1J I. issued, and takes the liberty In refer these whn on the banks or the river rtt Johns. County of$f. A congenital very ng:ia ated cane of ten in the an.rtantl.JUIIIId .
, ride in the large cities to hi. agents through Johns East Flurida-Th'I.I.nlatiun foahontaix years utanams having been completely rectified UtJ3. &
t 27 "c 1ft h I whom the numbers can be received free of post* mile north Pieolata House and 21 mites r'Onlc person.defirou* o. ncuUr pri-of may satisfy ,
. 90 73l% Alft. DUFF GULEN.IWisgton the City of St Augustine,persons from the Nor. .themselves by application: toWM .
. 9t 14 Shower. P U ; City 1835. them Stale wishing delightful and cheap win MICHEL.i !r. D. IVttTK'E. .

473 v tens residence in Florida will rind this ineligible No.28ft. King'St Charleston, S. Ca.P. IIF.SUD CIUDr.n..ill".e libt"t wages
91 tilt Rein 'rhUDdrr GD.t --- purchase-thoe desirona of obtsining further in.rormation'reipectini T able bodied hands.
ht S. Persons abroad whining information, In 25 or 3H: lit work on
NOTICEiIX ; the(estate will address the will pcase! address their letters (Post Paid.) the Military&d between Pienlai* and N w.luusvithttt .
GMiuinium 00.03. subscriber at the Picolstahouicor D.A. Putnam: he i2ttri jnt I',. fee
I 1AI.tAl. Maximum : weeks after slate will apply" to the Hon.Kef Charlonon.4tb June.1t3. rotten once on
. dfsree92; l.iweat degree 87.'na"edi the lad. of the County Court for the eoun Esq. StAusnstine. J. W r ranco wUlb given to white* persou :stiff' "nt
h'airtlays,26Rain 5.fntb t+'of rig. Johns for le'ter.of administration on the iIERBtRTXOTICL' Negroes \''auteO.will number can IHI ob'A lVd. Person wwbliig em.

t. t'nYllililte'inl.. t3.:E. Est '.of HARCUO Darts TannAt Pawsta.and I give a liberal price for the hire of sit able 111"llOent,will apply immediate: lo therathisnfEce .uttscn-

1r .. 'G oars CL& s.llt. of said ennui'.deceased. I bodied men. to work at the Saw Mill at Pet. at FrinebBairatkiioratbi
r CHARLES W. CLARKE. PHILLIPS having engaged asaistanl licer'ii Creek. Cub will bo paid monthly if required .I.tue at Judgn Reid'tf in AugUsline Those
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. seHKerB- |6t Angnstioe. Mt) 27th, 1835. v 8-6 w.A receive six more pupils undet his lui : ', and I with to contract by the ihoutind living In tba.Country"apply toJ L'Wi'larns.
8eltr Uu.uanD-Mrs. Congtr MOSES .1 tion. He tenders hisgrateful acknowledgementsTor or by the curd for any quantity of Cypress !loge, Esq tt the town of Bayird. on nisi St. John
tt Cohgarand tiickason.MIJIThE EDItNA E. the patronage he has received during has resi to be delivered at said Mill the timber !o be cut RtvoropposU PicoUt F L DANCY. t
. dtnca of three years In this city,respectfully on or out of the Mills' tract. Limas &Act. "'t Qr.'Miater.'' S ,
J"- VERY Fine tract of land containing 400 of .It dad "f..l 1S
"'- cite a continuance THEO. St. Augostiat. / .
t iol'K Aii acm, situated on the water p f JulingtonCprk Tb following brancheiare tlDlhlla hi*school, Augus'ine, May OTih IS33. t 8-tf
r. It i*well limbered with C'r.retr. Cedsr. Ortbogrsnhy. English Grammar. Writing Arith ash paid for Wood.FH1IIE .
lily Oak and Pine, and hat it_large wild \
. upon meflt and Book I'.er.ia-O'fmeiry. History Subscriber wishes to ptl..1w from
. Orange Groye. It may be had on aceommoda* Rhulorie. Nntnral pbilovophy. Mythology. Trigonomttry J.OTIVE.II7 JEL out to two hundred cords of good sound

I tins terms. Apply at the office ofQUUGI.AS ,Geometry,, Mensarstion. Navigation Wiahing to ascertain for purposes whkb LIGHT-WOOD for which he win JMJ' tbecash. .

. & LEVY. and 8 nnreying,-aUo French andibofiret Hudi- are considered to be of the first importance what AS. HANSON.
. r ;.June 17th. 1.434.J8ka. mtntsof L tin. lathe re.l amount ofinju'y produced by iho un !.Aup.tiu,Ha1 I7Jh.I83.8tr.
. PORT OF ST. AUGUSTINE. Young Ladiuar. instructed in an apartment exampled a.'erf weather of ht winter* I would -
.. Gerflgltl1l appropriated to their ,"11 use. be thankful to the owners of Oraogctiea in the Jt..2'6tE

AIIAYLD.J5. Teitxs, are moderate, may be known on. City! if they will be to obliging to furnish me pewnnt haviof demands against the I
ReslrodUoustuDAewYork,04dajs NtrckKt Telhr, St. Agittin6.HAB application at hi.Academy. wiibfiM number of trpea w.icU they bushed do AtL. Wifliata Harvey dee. wifi.prevent
May 3d, IS9ll.Lfv'e. togethtr with their age and their annual
t tun fortale at hit store recently opened, strayed, them properly attested,and aDptfteaa indebted
_1 product aa near as can be ascertained. said Estate will make iaai d aJ. to.JOS. .
8ebr. 8. 8. Mills. E lman.. Charleston nitmnt of goods of a saperioryttaiits.wliKtibo IB33. E. D. GOULD e payment
St.lle. June '
will tell at a email advtne above
New York I will oil hand lists, Livery Stable riot' opened near J. Dee. 17tb. 1834.
VttriTRECBfVED prices .
onconicnn eii 4 tplenw ANEW ', Charlotte Street tenders Lie services to tbo .. ,...
did auMitmentof eatonahle. mad I Bool. **bora and Geniteman'e Weaiin| Appa' stare on DR.WECDON %, .I-- : P ,, J'
ready where horses, will be kept b, the'day,week or Augustiotj and the adjacent
other line :
rsl.and various articles in the clothing
wtWnr. Beni ra. dale
9 rases nf Beaver,ato! sHk and straw month on reasonable terms;likewUe horses and Country,in 'tbt variont brc&cbea of bit profcttion. -
+t+. 4ll.T wbttli I will.aeil by whoWiU or re.. IV Winter and Summer dress GOOD baritewsaml t5 d6le..forpr! .
hire the hour
Ir.iI at very tr4fiiwc adttnce. from N Y INk price*. !the Gentleman/roott fashionable! clothing nunun made, and to order warranted and carriages'. to hy noW by ARn.i Hit ofBca ia in the house recently oetopltd by lpl 1, ti" .s or at. .AHen't. ( r. tr .
T. FI.oTAK U.Jim. m i Simons in Charlotte Street' laiitj AI '
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4 .1 ; ....thr.t. j, .etaoeeae 5t. ".irR8" le mid '. OnotiU t9 J.THE Jlaasss's For the Month of November and December 45 JI Fri "

v= ....- B Rrtt4I18.. inhabitants of El Augustine aDd lit vi!- 1834. and January. February, tad 1b3f) "-
ih ROM Informed that bf the late arri- .
From SwfAtr Bad are March 1835.
THE Rccular Packet Bebr. 4 58 as
,. vales supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES, Cloudy Know bit
have been received or a choice tad ..toperiorquality II ale HrlesIte.
SISTER. Master will con- -they have been selected with gnat care 72 60 8 \V Cloud. 43 rr toedr

Yea&hollart ."..-tlaM' happy years tine running between the above and warranted aa paraariiclea. 76 SO Pair.A 'p4844 ..aIeeG

Renew their course nn more; ports throughout the year. In addition to 1M above there II. splendid : 65 40 N \V so 8WSG
lied Her Cabin ia commodious and bsndsomeiy assortment br PERFUMERY. SPICES and 4 GS 498E so HE .
And min jnjrs, and softened caret famished, end fitted expressly fir the accommodation FANCY ARTlCLES-these articles bar Barer 59 .

And lichted| love are o'er. of passengera. The table will be suppliedwith brcnnceUcd: io this city either in quality, or 51,70 673 51 8 \V Cloud' 1 115540NE 63 42 E Fait. ,
Cant. 8. takes ,
the best the Markets afford. quantity.At .
J farewell but round this bleeding heart this opportunity to return his grateful tbanka for this Here may be bad ROBINSON'S 8U 772 SO S E 1604617J

Dear thoughts ofthce, hat|twine, put favors and to solicit a continuance .of the PERIOR FOOD(or ctntmtt. IRYALIIW. and 13 40 S \V Cloudy.l0 so 8 W

And kindly riteished,there impart l patronage of his friend and the public.Ft other*,aaeh as PATENT RLEY,making 58 98 E Reai 1468 s.a S E177M
Augoa in.July 3d. 1B34. DiRUt.TIt&in ten minute which It strong- N .
The virtues that were thine.i. ly recommended by the fecal:, aa a nBtricicus b0 4J 1(82 61
JI i : T RECEIVED consignment, a tpien! cooling food for infanta much appaorad of for .
d 12 S3 35 N \V Fab i 1 75 00 Va'hle Ih'
And not alone comes raptured .thoughtIn did assottmentof peasonaMe. ready made making moat delicious custard pudding and at 18..
13 83 41V
vif ions thus divine I clothing eases of Beaver,alao silks straw excellent for thickening broths and soups. I. 1 e.a 61 8V shower 1& II.
Late-ell which I will sell by wholesale or re* 1463 39 I 78 54G8
OA in daily waking hours Also, Rob lon'. Patent GROAT8 for making
my till at very trifling advance from N York rites. enpenor gruel in ten minutes at one half.. as 15.66 00J6 52 HE2J
They spirit vuka miie. '1'. FLOTA U. prOM oft common or Embdengraate 6i 398E 73 fJ.I E

June, 10th. 1635. 07 Either of the above preparations made 17 63 45l8' 81 41V Cloudy
Still still heart anguish torn,
milk afford diet. 61 4-1 : w
a oooriahing and light w 53 40 N \V Fair
,.. Has found a loneretrrat.A All the articles above enumerated are sold to! 60 50 N E 61ondy: 24 58 40 N E

place,where pared friends, return, The Silk Calturist. on the moat reasonable terms. 40-tf 2057 48 68 53 .

And kindred spirits meet.: I THE Executive:: Committee of tbe Hartford 21 76 56 SV Fair.26O 73 5:1: E
Silk have commenced a GelceRda Mill.THE
Society, .
SS N E Cloud .
monthly Publication! called tbe Silk Cnltorist Subscriber informs the that ha 27 72 5:1 N E
O2! can I then lament that tlniii public f3 59 54 N \v
28 77 52 iV
and Farmers' Manual furnish Lumber cot to order at the :
Art suffering hercnomoret ;;'. The object of the publication is to disseminatea following prices; 24 72 M SV Fair. a.I .44 N lti' -Iff & wipd(

That songs immortal cheer theo now. thorough knowledge oldie cultivation of the $20 per 31 for first rate selected!', ferpaa 25 75 6367O : : 00 47 E y

And all thy woes aro o'er' Mulberry Tree, in all its varieties-the rearingof nells, doors,sashfts. &c. 40 N \V ; 3164 47 N E

Silk "Worms-Tho productions of Cocoons, $15 pet ftl for Weather boarding, teantling 21 54 44 ;
Would I if niace the galling load. and the Reeling of Silk, In the most approved joist and framing. 289 45V ftCCAMUCLATlO.

Of mortal c-aroand Ptint''\ method. The importance of this knowledge will $10 per M. for merchantable. 296038 AVCMSO maximum tJ3.8. Minimum 474.

Or call.tbee from abocfcsTo appear from the fact, that the net product of land $3 per M. hues if taken at the Mill.THEO.FLOTARD.. 309 33 N \V Prevailing wind*. N E.
devoted to the culture of Silk, is doable, if not 31 45 33 I Fair days, 24, Cloudy,3 ; Rain 4.
toil on earth again derived from other which June
triple to that any crop 3d. : .. -- -
can be put upon It. It is also a fact, that every 1P35.XTIEiL RECAPITULATanr. I AV1IUCK RAHOC OF THC TH&.nMatEa
i Sweet was thy close-though. all around moderate farmer can raise several hundred dollars Average Maximum 65.5 Minimum 49,5. THE VEAR 1833. 1834. AID TAUT OF ;B35.I n..

7 In,silent anguish hung; ', worth or Silk without Interfering with his ordinary ItUlEREUY GIVEN: tn the creditors, la- Prevailing; winds N E. tarn I '0 ,t T i.
Cut in order
Onlm tvaa thy ,irit-love the sound agricultural operations. to all persona entitled to distributionin Fair days 23; Cloudy 3: Rainy 4. ctt.udy t =.C.. :.o
avail himself of this facility to obtain competencyand the estate of Ambrose Hull deed that all II:
4 That trembled"on thy tongue.K wealth, which our soil and climate have givt clitros against said estate will be barred unleis DECEUBER.1t8 .._. Fair. | -2a; |.. |I

I n him, he must possess himselfofinformattou ou tbe same be presented within two years. O.j sI: g.M.u,
..t. happy soul, thy rest is,come, the suliject-for without it his attempts wilt be P.A.PUTiNAM.Adin'r.Superior 68 6.1 Raio. gggMax Ufl

Tii for mysdfl mourn, ; .-. fruitless. It ia therefore the object ol' the Com May:ito b'A :6861 I .r -'.-.'tk a. .s ar

'And for the two dearer ones; to whom nuttee to diffuM this information as ettensivelt' 4 70 5d S i3 .:. .
as possible and at the cheapest rate. The publication .. .....
Thou l Ie'u".c: : X.fq; : :1 r
never canal tcturn will contain a complete' manual or directory Court-feast; Flori tJ

from sowing the seed to reeling the silk together da-In ChaBcfei-y.: 6' 68 53 Fllr.i ."'01'" Y I .... -..-... '" co ..PS

Rest, and may we that bliis:attain with suck facts and rsp"r mfnt.. a* will VUt'fUEand in pursuance of certain f 40 111 W ,.1It .-.: -:.;; 'i.\..::..t'-.a!... '.' .t .- -

To which thou'rt gone before, enable firmers-to rape Silk and prepare it fur BY Decretal order of the aid court made und f 67 41 1tn. 't.r :&.' .uses: M :"I: iI1 S

And heaven unite our souls again market without further knowledge or amateur entered in the case of Zeph. Kingslev, v.: We. DOS 46 I E I I..":),' .:..t:: c_; ..,._ J. = -

For death to part no n..r' It will also contain interesting matter on agricultural yen rmithef.; al. and h! pursuance of an additional 10 69 51- (x.Q"' ; '. ....-... t;'!,"
subjects in eeneral. order of aaid Court of the i&th June, 1835, 52 's1 Iu I a--r; !, .;ri ..., 0-';
70 .
Columbia, S. C. May 29. If E CI) (I). c 'i '-
Tt'nnr.-Tbe CnllurUt will be published in I "ill expose to public aale in front of th* Court .,.G
12 7D 56 i IT c&vs !.
monthly numbers of Eight Quarto Pages at VI lloune in the City of Augostinoon the 3d Monday s E 3lin. ,.rwrrowy,. -qC'2rQD. e!C'.ja. .V.... s3! ;..'
:5U At Ntl'. cents year. No subscription will t>.. received of Jnly next between the hours of 11 o'clockin Ii: 72 58. i i o o <3 ;,,;. t. t r t :
Joy can tint claim a purer bi! I unless paid in advance and for not less than a the forenoon and'3 o'clock in the afternoon r>f J4 76 6J I 6 .:S1az. -- -3, q n r.o tq cq ou t..r? II81r

.Nor grief n dew from stain mere clear, year. that day, the following described property,to wit: 15 77 65 s n I .& : .J
Than female kin 4 Subscriptions received by F. 'G. Comstock, all that certain lot, piece or 1'l1celof land, with 16 77 G7 Cl'dr. AI- -"!!f U.t. -
friendnhipVi melting JoaUI .
Sec'ry.Hartford, (Conn.) to whom also. Com tbe orange grove thereon titnate. Icing and being 1780 fit !, tv I-i+.;i:.., ;, :,< ciQ ;.si.
Than female rkdd..hll' purlin*tear. municationa may be addressed, whic.i, if post in the city of tit. Augustine Hospital ward, Ie 72 40 Fair. -

How sw et the lican's rull lira to prove, paid.wii be attended toO bounding on the Ea-t front by Bridge Creek on 19 62 42 l' E DIABT OF TUB WEATIIEIl Toe ?Ali MOt?!

To her whom smile must crown the store; Editors who will copy the above,shall re South and West by land of E. D. Gould, and on 2056 41 .. or AraL.C .
ceivo the publication for one year. the north by a lot formerly belonging to James -
How sweeter still to tell of woes, lI.rarurd.AprilI83. 8tf Baker,containing about twit acre*.-ALSO, a 21 63 43 a w O !: :;

To her whore f liihful breast would share that piece or parcel of Land situate lying and' 22 68 42 s 'yGO :: n. 9: a Remarks.

In every grief in every care VALUABLE PROPERTYFor btohlln the city of St.Augustine, Cast Ward 2: 36 w ..i. =w-

Whose sigh! can lull them to Irpo.t! north of the old fortification lines and gate bounded 24 56 38 .... .-,
Sale. the East the road from r. .
on by public leading 46 28
J 75 50 S E Fair.
Oh, bt< ad sight there is no sorrow, jtL ONE LARGE STONE HOUSETh I said city of 8t Augustine, Jacksonville on the 47 29 2 80 26 '
West si. SeI'J.tiau'. Riser on the South by
and LOT situated front of the 27 55 33
lint from thy breath can sweetness borrow; in I E :1 SO 57V
Lands of Uen..ndrzGnllotlaert.
Lopez, being tn
Wall.One "
I On: 10'dlO pale and drooping flower Sea five and G3 55 Var. I 48 SWNW
HOUSE and LOT in front on tlid rojdabout hundred sixty 4 76 Moroing overeat
t That fades in love's neglected hour nine feet, and containing sixteen acres more or 20 66 53 If CI'dy. aH. '44
Charlotte Street in excellent I' present in ".-AI.IU, all that certain tract piece er parcel 67 M Feb.RECArITULAT10Zf.. >> e-
J.'eu "iLblter I .
woes can fiiendthipa *owrr
| the occupation of Charles Robiou. Esq. "
of land..ailed"H'II bt"Z Pine Barren, to the
One happier feeling blend.! Ono IIOUSE and LOT in Artillery Lane, occupied Northofihe old Military PMt,find about twenty 7 7115
Maximum 63.7.lIiuimum4G.O.PrcTDiling N E
Average 8 03
'Ti. from her wrestlers bed to.creep, by Judge Gould. mites" from St. Augustine, containing IiI hnnd-
For ,wind N E and N W. 9 74 61 S E Rain io the
terms epply to ,uilltt
red .crfl.lnd Ro. t. Hardy
And lak like wearied babe surveyed by
<< w :to serp;
On the soft routh6ersorrowrsteep.The I JOHN M. FONTANE. Agent.ALL the lh Sept. 1818. SAMUEL BLAIR, Fair days 22; cloudy 6; rainy 3. 10 81 56 N E

June ICib. 1845. Marshal. .ueVAR' 11 70 57

bosom nfe friend. J I NOTICE. -- 1268 r 5
'- ..-- ----.--- i.. M. 13 80 GOGO S E
PERSONS having demands against the Superior -oHrl-Ba Florida. R .9 IViuds 'Veather. Remarks.C .
Valuable I'laB'talloR- and Andrew J. Peek, dec., are requested ; :s 14 63 N E Ul&h
1c II'reC8 far iale. to render them in duly attested within iwo 15 73 GJ r

ff 1I1E >8UUSCRIDEtt.deiirous the years from this dale; and those indebted will IN CHANCERY.. -J -51 33- N W Fair. 16 75 50 Var.N -IJ
i iI
JL Territory offers hit plantation fur sale, please make immediate pajmont to Elizabeth Bunch, 2 5S 38 Va'hle. .. 17 69 59 E "-air'l .
situated Amelia bland 7 .1. O. HOWARD, Adaa't.July .
on milca south of Fertiandina .. vs. 18 70 64 S E
on tho Main Steam Boat Navigation.cnmprisint : I,183-1. Tliomas. II. Duramen. Douglas Dummett. Cicely ::1 00 50 8 W 19 76 63>> S
530 mel rims_ oak and hickory land i G. Mumming, Samuel McCartney. Alexander 4 rJ2 30 N E Cloudy31 -
,. .. 208368
with of mile in :>> 30
bnndonieblufl | I lengtb.forin* NOTICE Gordon, Nathaniel A. Thorn Joseph
ing a pleasanfand healthy ;evidence. Auo, A IIEREDY GIVEN tbatbooks Lawton & Charles IAwt"n.ON 4-1 30 N \\' Feir. stormy & 21 8.1 63 SWNE Shower at5 P.J|.
tract of 600 acres excellent ({ualitied lend, 2 IS 7 53 4-1 N E" (cold 22 03 62 Haiti
to the IF
subscriptions C'.apilalllCK'k oiyiJe"Southern
miles south of the store mentioned, 23 70 59 C!.l\
embracing 8 56 40 Va'Me Rnin.t
Lift /.. ata and Tract Company' solicitor. and it having been made to .
a iiperior'variety of soil, adopted to the 70 G6 E Fair.lUin.
growthoftnfarcanp .. 24
will be opened at the office of Thomat |?0va', appear by affidavit.That the Mid Cicily (). Slumninge. 53 30 Stormy
('Orn,colton Ac. Of the first
". : Etq. in die city of Ht Augustine on the second Samuel I McCartney. Alexander Gordon I 45 29 N Fair. 25 74 64 S RSW !
rt'outianed 530 acres,iJOO) acres; are cleared, andis day of November next at 10 A SI. and will be Nathaniel A.'I'bornJoeph Lawton and Charles II 45 35 .. It en 84 64 Fair.
of tho first for the of
&GWith : quality production cotton, kCltt'oreo from time to time adjournment until Lawton, reside ont of the Jurisdiction of ibis 12 59 40 N E ..: 27 85 55

fUar. the above, the subscriber offers 50 likely I. the whole of the stock shall be subscribed, no t exceeding Court t the said Cicely G. Mumming in some 168 49 8 E II 2 L7031NE
thirtv days. put ref tho West Indies, and the hid Alexander .. 2fl 74 53 E
negroes, in families (or more to snit tho purchaser 14 67 50 8V <<
days.LOTCLAUKE. Gordon Samuel
with number > McCartney, Nathaniel A. .. 301 GGSERLCAPITULATIOY
) together horses and
a Cattle J5 6J 41 Ruin.
t RAYMOND REID VCom'is.TH08. Thorn Charles: Lawton and Joseph Lawton in
plantation tttenrils, &r. For.particulars apply DOUGLAS, J the United States. It is ordered that the above 1 51 38 N 11' Nair staYcre thun11 .
sorb. Subscriber. ROB? HARRISON.
Amelia June. 1635. II-< complaiinnts: bill of complaint on or be fore the 18 59 37 N W FQi ;: Prevailing thuds, S. E.

\ ,state; .IIBBl. JWlHtosb, Administrator's Notice I twentieth day of,otherwise the said 1955 38 .. """ Fair dall. .. ; cloudy ; salts 2.
bill will will be taken pro eonfuto against them. 2059 48 E .. ,
THE SUBSCRIBER hating obtained Ut PERSONS having claimanr demandllor And it Is further ordered that this order be pnbished -- MAT.
of Adtaiuiitraiion on the above Estate nature whatever the Estate 21 71 52 8V Cloudy,
any against once a week until the Hid twentieth day -- --- -- :--
front the lion tile county rourt of St Johns count of Lewis Mattair late oranvalCounty,deceased, : of March next in the Florida Herald. Dated St. 22 62 4) NV Fait. C v":: :: <

v,all persons having claims are desired to prevent are required to present them duly authenticated Augustine 16th day September 1614.A 25943 N E .. c ,0.:. ,.... s -::": 7 Remark

t the same within the lime prescribed by law, and to the Subscriber. All accounts, claims or de I A. POTVAB, & itU r. 2462 20 .. .. Co.-. :r'
all perf ns indebted ar* n qniredru make 1n ute* wands, not presented within bo period of twoyears : ROUT. RAYMOND REID 25 74 60 8 'V -- j-

o diate payment. ANDREW ANDERSON. from the dale hereof aa required of tho I Judfft &1". Coati, Ditt. E. Florida.A 26 rJ 60 .. CloCld1' hO'tcr II I 83Hi 63 E lair
29th April. 1633.JVOTMCE.. statute,will twi barred or operation of law. true copy-Attest, 27 78 62 II Fait. 59 V-r Kiln
Claims againit the said Etata authenticated as 37.1 68 E Fair
I K. B. GIBBS, Clerk.
aforesaid may be handed in at the of llceof Messrs.Doccuu 28 75 59 Va'ble Cloudy 4 7t1 64 .. t Strong breeca.Itiosder .
t 2t 73 62 8 Fair. fresh breeze SF
FS,II r. Subscriber informs tbe iuhahitants of & Lcvret St. Augu'tmi>. 80 ftl shower
NOTICE.To 61 43 BV Rain & &b'
JL St. Augustine and of the country general* PRISCILLA MATTAIR. light tAKI 64

y,that haing rr.unedbusineuat Ills old a'andFleischraan's I April 15, ,Administratrix. persons hatixgbttinus with the patent Of. 31 50 38 N 'V Fair 7f 9JNei f4

( Wharf) be (intends to dispose of ?"' fro RECAPlTULATtua.Average f0 {
Notice to Builder. 70C7
tab hrge stock greceriea and
... price.tfs be is sure will give caiUfactiou., and he .have for sale at my landing on she JaiagtoaCntk. THE Patent Law directs,that"every inven. Maximum 59.1 ; Minimum 43.4. 10II 75 Nr. \\'
.tiers lib friends and the public to call and judge I St Jo ..'. River, from fin, to one before be presents his petition to the Prevailing winds N E and S W. 78 HEN
for themselves.In hundred thousand Bricks, at eight dollars per Secretary of State. signifying bit desire of obtaining Fair days 21 ; cloudy 5 ; rainy 5. 1' 74 G7 F. ooland pteajasfrr .

addition t.i the stock which lie brought from thousand, they are one site smaller than the a Patent,shall pay auto the Treasury thirty I 7d ) SEaw rr* .sb. breeze. .

New York ia March last and die late stock ef HD. Charleston and Savannah Bricks, u for the anal. dollars,and shall lake duplicate receipts; one of rcnauAar.RECAPITULATION.. 14 r2 64 Rain Thunder and ligW.

Baldwin and Co,he has received .eupplv of, ily, they are equal to them if not superior. I am w Ida. receipts he shall deliver to the Secretary 1c 36 'V Fair 15in eo CO&i
aea.en4ba! good by the recent anival of the 8eb.B.Ami. prepared to furnish those Chit with to purchase, State,when be presents bra petition." 258 43 E 76 E fair .

from New YorkU of which lie will one hundred thousand e'etIIirt,diya if required It hue bee n the practice in many cases,to send 3 70 26 N Cloud 17 77 67 9 E Fresh breeze.

4 wU for cub er approved credit. or I will get them ready ae otherwise order. the money above mentioned to the Secretary of 4 44 27 N \V Fair 16 70 67

TllpO, PLOTARD. t ed. by << ring dne notice. State, or to the Superintendent cube Patent Of- 5 46 3j: HE .. 19l 78 bC E
May lf>th, ING. I N. If. The Jnlington Creek Is fifteen miles See; but in future,applicants for patents will G5 36" .. l 78 65 Shower at Eveaisg .
--'----- above Jacksonville,and baa a safe harbor and conform to the directions r.l the law on the sub- 21 70 G3 NE Rain
Jt..DfB. I anr vessel treat sails up the St. Johna, can load I left, and make the required payments into the 7 45 8 N \V Cloudy 2t 76 70 Fair
1 PlHLUPSbaviogniaredanaMisianl from a plank at m* landinf. Treasury. 8 21 16 N Fair S3 73 66G8 crdv 8 tor 517.Averate .
MR .. 24 74 E .
receive cia morn Pupils under his tuition. REUBEN LORING. It will be a compliance with the this res- 32 23 N \V ,.
8t. Augustine May nib, 1835. 8-tf. l 40 28 Cloudy flakes or 276 58 Fair
He tttt4eflhitrltfru'' acknowledgements ".rel. to pay the money tote Treasurer ol the IDO\1 2 80 no
for the he(lisa received .. 11 45 30 .. Fair
' patronage during his n i> United States Washington or to bit credit in 27 63 C3 3 E
Hence or three years in this city,"'roc.rUUlIOU* -- any one of the selected deposite Banks. The 1248 3J NE It 2i63N4
cite a continuance of it receipts should state by whom the payment II 1353 32" ..

The foBowtftg branches are tancht in, Jfehn Geraghty made,and for what object. I 14 58 38 at 86 69 68 N3I5
Ortbogre '. Lncliah" Grammar, Writing.Aritb-
tnetie.aI! Book tttrckaxt Tudor, St. Jt.lUtiu.DAB As a notice to this effect was publnhed'on the U6045 E at 70 SE
I"Genmelrl History 3d of October last sufficient time bu for .
elapsed 1 62 43 RaiD
Rhetoric. Natural Pbilmntuby. Mythology; Trig forests at his store recently opened, ill being known to those interested. Therefore, : Maximum.T9. )J Hioimmafi3l.. .
1 50 :iJ N \V d E.
onottftry,Geometry Mensuration. Navigation assortment goods ofa tvpenorgtaJity. Cloudy Prevailing Winds, E and
which be the
fees for sent
and SuryeJ iee-aIIo French and the 6rI Itudi.ent. which he will sell at a email advance above the State patents or Superintendent may of the Patent Secretaryof Office, 18 54 39 8 E Fair t Fair days"851 Chad/ 31. Rain 4.AVFRY ,

'. ..r Lein. New York prices-I will keep on hand Hat, after the tat of May will be returned. H5837 .. '! .
Young Ladies are instructed' in an. apartment Boots. Shoes and G.ntJllUn'aV.arin, Appa specifications 59 44 N E IF.I'OR NALE. 0
e ppropritted to their ale ns4.Taatte. rel.and various other articlea the clothing line, Fees for copies of patents, ., of 21 '60 47 8 Eat. of land
drawings, or fur recording assignments,should Fine tract coataiakf
.wlHela are mmienije, may be known on fur Whiter and Summer dresa. "
22 71 55 S the of
the of on waters J
apptiettiatt at lair Academy be transmitted to Superintendent the Pa I tCreek.
11.,34,... QTGentleman'a the most fashionable clothing made and to order warranted, andIn tent Office, in coin, where they amount to tea 73 58 Cloudy It it w'H timbered with Cypress C, .
to fit. manner thin live dollars, as bank notes under that euin 248 52 SE's Live Oak and VIM and baa upon It larfe< ,
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will: not>> be received. 56 40 \V" Thick fog Orange Grove. II DIll be had on accost*
'r.e", ,a&te. JOHN FORSYTJI.DIU.T.UT 59 52 NE .. ting tt.... Apply at the office ofDOUGLAS
a tWKWUvery S.aWeqa. opeued near J. "' .0'I.6VB. A LEI t
A M. Ifaesea s tore on Charlotte Street, or STAlK I 27 55 2-1 N n' Raio' .
June I7tb, 1834..COtlD .
where .... will be kept by tbe day week or .ALL persona of 1ViUram having Harvey demands dec. will"against present the April. 183 } 28 39 29 Fair leo a& noon -_..- A-.., .. tSenors
BH&*,GII'ta".nb1e terms; 'kewiso horror and 1 i !
them pmperly attested,and all indebted o
to hire persona BTThe newspapers smhorixed tn publish the for a1e. '.' ,
ear rlagee l.y the\ hon!,or day b, t
to said Estate will make immediate .
i O. I O\YARD. JOS. I. SMITH payment to laws will insert this notieo weekly three times Average Maximum 54.3 j Minimum 30,5. ... barwM ami Saddle hones ,,' i
April! I Admr. and send their acconnUto the Superintendent of Prevailing wind N W and N E
|-ui Dec. 17fh, 1PM. Ail irpt1 at tbia office or at A en'.eta&I >
(he Patent Offie. af rfl 9 Fair days, 18 ; cloudy 8 j rain 2, *,1684. -fw.

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