Florida herald
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 Material Information
Title: Florida herald
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: E.B. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1835
Publication Date: 1829-1838
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057497
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System ID: UF00079917:00057
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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-AUNT NA'BY'H STEWED GOOSE. | uddin.. and dough not, and cider and a.I -II as that truly enterprising'portion of our 50 to 75 Iht. Alb :Argiu.OEIOIH iron alt work to the lofty ,point where his
"It was my aunt Nabby's birth day, a&d I ,, ore all at the bead ot the table, the dish,I population... the only people who have duty is to be performed aDd having accomplished
A. was beat upon haylei'a stewed goose j': '.:ia which lay the hero of the da,. tbat aregoose I seriously end substantially, it may bo said, or PAUL Par. The idea of the it, descends with all tha self .
Sewed ia oBions, aad with cabbage and: smothered' in onions, and utterly hid. embarked ia this important busiaess. character of Paul Pry was suggested by the .10. eta sailor nor seems to think posses ho baa
1&11 rk te.atcb. I beneath the load of carrots and cabbages. f' Wo take a deep and lively! iaterast io ibis following anecdote,related to mo Hythlrean done any thing remaikabia, The height of
fS told she to me, 'b c ent we gotuoosetvoui : The seat next the goose was assigned to I subject .. we think ab wiser and practice ago by a beloved friend. "An kilo old the vane ia four hundred fett iV. Y. Ceei.Adv. .
the farm r No' MM I, 'wo! the minister end all sat dowa, The Sqaireouriabed I hie scheme for earkbiog our citizens at'most lady, living io a narrow street bad passed .
tit the oM reader; a Cbri'tBU. mad be was ', his tatk and rouaced!apon the p.: without the effort of labor or access./ mucus of her time in watching the affaire ofb
.. l tof the Patriarchs.' Aunt Nabby !':the Deacon be uk.led to at the coal. whit, of expense was over conceived presented. .*r neicb'ior. that she at leajtb acquired tho THS \V AKDDllf8 Prrxa.-That occea
went do"D to Sue, who we gettie break,.!the Sexton went, seriously to work, to ex. ; It was a happy thought, and tbe wonder is power distinguishiug tbe sound of every trie bat stet, heaevoleat Individual, baa again -
r..e. .SUlaaOI,' said she the buy tells hoar bums a piece of pork, from amid too era that the busy restless enterprise of our countrymen kaorkec within hearing. It happened that returned to oar city after aa ahsceaeo '
1 ate be'HI lot a owse ia creation ; now i JADe he of beans. The minister with spoon I, ever oa the look out,did Dot undertake f she fell ill,and was forseveral days confined nearly tea months, during which be baa
what tltall I "e'' do J' Go.without,' replied t gently stirred away a few carrots and onions it before Io a few yean we predict f to her bed. Unabla observe, in person, visited the whole of the principal cities and
Sa saaeab, witb that amiable tone which I ,in hopes of thus coming at the goose. 'It I tbo United States will become great a ailk wbat.. ulDsoa without a. a substitute towns of tile Soathsni tad Western States
other sid bad worn off her teeth to the, smells remarkably fine,*says he to unnt Nab producing as she is now a cttton growing : 'for the perforn>tae of that duty, she stem lie is delighted with the cordial sad warm
cum, Bin Aunt Nabby wan bent upon hat i, by. 'It's particular fat and tender' she relied. ; country; in which .event added to our other I 'tiooed her maid at the window. But Betty hearted reception be met with every where
Ik LC i stewed ROOM; unit when such a stiff ,- .' 'I picked it myself from a whole! I vast aad varied resources, it would be difficult i.j i. '. 'soon grew weary of the occupation; aba became -but more particularly from too public
ud itraitHt pert<,o gets bent upon alJlbioC. i heap. And still the minister poked, till at to foretell what wealth will thereby be i ( careless ia her reports; impatient and functionaries, who with tho greatest eo&rtasv .
Jon rosy consider tbe matter settled* and I last his spoon grated open a hard surface j poured into our coffers. To note as we intend tetchy when reprimanded for her negligence. and promptitude kindly tendered kiss
II" tkni a goose of lome JUDd would be bad I *A skewer,I guess,'and planting his fork into to from time to time tho advances I 'Betty, what are you thinking about! don't the use of their public balls and in many in
5 It tome rate or otber. Here, JOB crittur.' the onion miss, struggled to raise the made, we copy tbe following for the New* yon bear a double knock at No. 01Vllo is stances even their Obare" '. He speaks ia
cried Aunt Nabby! to the little black specimen iron handle, with which he bad joined inns It bury port (Mass.) Herald, of July 23. I it!' 'The first tloar-lodgsr, ma'am.' Betty! terms of unmeasured praise. not only ot the
of the human family, wbte was dig ,.Inl..,' cried aunt Nabby. 'what's that Silk Factories. Toere are more silk fee i Betty! I declare 1 mutt give yon warning. Sooth but too whole clout widely extended
IllS putatnet in tbe gaiden.-'here, I wantv lures' 'should edge,' said the Squire, .that I tones io New Eaglsnd than can be supplied Why don't you tell me what that knock is at country through which ho pa.ted-aad
0 to g" along to the neighbors, and borra are was an old< arose,' CMIO laid down hit hoe |et over claimed the Deacon. Still that minister f at Dedhstn, is almost wholly dependent ont 'baker with pies.* Pies, Betty, abet can bit audience, aad die order and decorum
the feeee, and and shoveled off oa hit broad struggled-and still tbenooae resisted--aunt t foreign cultural for a supply,and too same 'they want. with pies at 54 they bad pies yesterday manifested durieg his periorBtBcesA Wo
pedestals, to get a gooie. Tbe first boateCita Nabby grew nervous-aod the more the mi remark applies to two or three other factories. I I !" Of this very point have availed ire sorrv to be Informed that ho has T>een,
came to, was that of Sam: Snap the fluster struggled, the more tbe goose would'* < myself. Let me add that Paul Pry was during bs tear, aad is still sBferiejt from roCr. ,
r, cotarooBljr called Soft S..,. Into at come. I saw my aunt s eye dilating- A company with a capital of 50.000 I 'never I intended as the Representative of any .and repeated attacks of pia -sue:**
tastes shop went tbe Yankeefied negro, and her band moved ugly, and tbenpouncejust dollars has commenced the erection of s !| one individual but eta d.... Like the melaocbdlv is would have beta more than "Seine to
= aukieg a kg to Mr. Soap who tat like a when the minister thought be bad conquered factory for the manufacture of silk at Northampton otJa aai be is "compounded of h ave damped die ardor of aa ordinary mind.
idol basil? emrlo'od ia patching the enemy my aunt's claw drove ttirongb and the company intend to supply 'many a mplos;' and 1 could mention five or We however devoutly hope that bo may jet
ibbliss coat with brown ran, the onions, and dragging forth the lailo,'a themselves with the raw material from 8 ;! st:. who were unconscious contributors to bo enabled to fulfil hialal..don. whatever
ted bumming most monrufullv the airof*Ye goose held it at arm's length before the mulberry plantation of their own. !j l too character. That it should have been so the v may be, and return to his native shore
teaks aed bees of Bonny Dooo givtag it a company; the Squire bad just raised the pig A new factory baa just been erected at I,, often, though erroneously, supposed to hero with renovated health and spirits, followedas
natal twaag that came direct from JadiditbSospwbowas upon bit fork, when toeing my aunt's disco. Hartford and another is going into ,been drawn after some particular person is, be must be by the heartfelt blessings of the
. a member of the Loan Par very, be dropped it, and the dub WM knock tuna at Concord. The Concord opera. j i 'perhaps, complimentary to the general truth widow end the orpbia.Wo .
tt lament. Soap,' save Cato you baant ed all to smash the Sexton had drawn his have also commenced'the cultivation. company of the of the delineation. PooU't Skttckt* and understand that be has for reasons at
tot no goose nor a tit is, baant ye for Auntflabby beans to the edge of the table another pullas mulberry RttolUctiont. present unnecessary te explain, again to
!' be saw the goose and over it went. My perform ia all the principal cities and towns
,. Soap was a literal (not litefary) man, aunt dropped tbo cause of all this evil, and I ELASTICITY or BTEAU. Water boils at A TOBSISB SCEMT DEALEL-Frora the in the northern States, formerly yi.it.d-to
and to be railed\ to bit daughter. Propriety, there went another plate. The company : 22+.f Fahrenheit,but its expaution between bazaar where cotton handkerchiefs and which bo prore.da'.mediatel have
wbobariflfi but ooe ey, was likewise called dined elsewhere, and next Sunday the min I 3 2g. the freezing pow. and till boiling point shawls English and German are sold we much pleasure ia lading before oar readers
Justice, teat it by some that were classical, ister declined preMcbing; on the account of a I is but 0.0433.When passed to tbe shop of .ustapba, tho scent an expose olin amount donations to various .
'Priety,'say*be.;' iu Cato my goose.' Fri domestic mis ortia' My aunt Nabby died ; steam Is first generated from waterat dealer where we established ourselves Para charitable institutions aad purposes
f tjr, like a good gin. took the broad flat iroaOf soon after, and the Sexton buried her .observing j 212 d'I.It. force is reckoned at one atmosphere l luncheon consisting of pipes coffee and In, tha undermentioned place lately vi rted. -
the shelf and telling Cato to be aa careft as he did so that 'she departed the I or a pressure of 16 Ibs. to tba lemonade while the various bottles of psr- .
at everlaitin not to get it wet aba wrapped poor crittur died iu consequence of an iron I square inch and it increases in a geometri fume, tit: attar of rotes and jasmine, musk, Petersburg, Va., $4000
it in a paper, and away went the web- goose and broken crockery'" progression: of the temperature. The muskrat tail., lemon essence sandal wood Fayettevule. N. C., 4500
footed mortal to deliver his charge: to Susan J wonderful expansion of water when it has pastilles, dyes, all the sweet odors that form Camden 8. C.. J5 00
nah. 'My gracious!' said Susannah, if that NOBLE IXAldrl.t: ; become steam is i illustrated in bit way. A part and parcel of a sultana's toilet, were Columbia S. C., 60 00
are nigger han't got me na iron goose to cubic inch of water at 40 deg.filla a apace of temptingly expand to our view. From Charleston. S. C., 75 00
stew !' But nevertheless. aa her bosin s HAPPY FEUtTS or 'SUCCESSFUL SPECULATION 1604 inches at 212 deg. time to time portions of these delicacies Augusta; Goo., 50 00
was to stew tbe goose and ask no qeo-tioos It ia reckoned that a bushel of coals will 1 were rubbed on our whiskers, ,hands and lips. Washington,Geo., 555
at it she went and pretty coon the tailor's A young man belonging to Portland convert 14 cubic feet of water Into steam to induce us to purchase; so that when wo Mobile, 190 00
treasure was ..simmering Among the onions, wbollt name we shall make known, and ftftDl'1inglm; times more space, and being J leg the shop to return to Fern, we were a New Orleans, .11900
aDd carrot, and caUhiges, nud turnips aad which ought every where to be proclaimed Capable of lifting 39 million expounds s one welkin bouquet of milleJlevTt, and talent Natchez .45 00
tritt..n as nice asnred be. After break as an inreotive to gaud deeds, and honora foot high. ave been scented a mile oft Auldjo' Vicksburg 20 00
fail Aunt N..bb1laad gone abroad to ask in ble conduct, established himself a few years FORCK or STEAM. Wo often hear persons Journal o ja virit to. Cotutmtinople. Jackson, 25 00
the neighbors and when she came borne,she since in New York,in souse sort of !Mercantile ,I estimating the poner of steam engines. as Nashville 88 00
went of course directly the kitchen, to see butiness, whieb proved unfortunate, aud j I tbat of so many horses but tho standard is Extracts fro. Colcridgt'* "Table Talk." Louisville, Ky. 119 25
bow the goose tame on. *la it tender, ti.utannkb be failed. He returned to Portland and has i I not perfect to the mind without ascertaining Love. Every one who has been in loveuows Cincinnati 30 00
!' said she ; Susannah smil-d somcetl supported himself and family by a clerkship: what i is equivalent' to the power of a hone that tbe passion is strongest and tbe Wheeling, DO 00
. ), that tbe old house clock in the cot for two or three years past About four'I! Every: 19 cubic inches of water convertible apetite weakest io absence of the object, Bo//. Pat.
eer next the cupboard, stopped. and held months ago, be caught the Speculationfntr, into tweet cubic feet of steam, b,a quarter and that the reverse ia the cue in her presence
up'its haads. *Ub. ma'am/ replied Susannahit I has so extensively prrvtiled in Portlandand 4 I of a pound of coals;and U many times twen. What Love SALT or CAUBUI.-Mr. Elpbka.ona, aa
1 is so tender that 1 gu'ss tweet be BO other places.And by an operation on a small I il ty feet as any given engine is capable of be but Youth and Hope embracing and so seen observant traveller in the kingdom of Cen
owe teader arter being tilled *And fat 7' scale,in the purchase of Eastern landsclear- ing L driven by,or of using at any one time, u one! bat, in Persia says' Callabaugb tbe river
Ob,Mess yej t its ao broad across tilt back.' ed 1000 dollars. A portion of the money be so many horses power is there in the engine. Hiltory. If men could learn from history Indus is so compressed between mountains.-
Mj suet's mootb watered ao, the was forcedto appropriated buying up his own obligations what lessons it might teach us! But passion that at that particular place it is only three
look at tinsannab to correct die agreeableifnpresMon. at ten per cent. of their par value, and with The calculations of different Engineers, and party blind our eyes,and the ligbi I hundred and fifty yards wide. On each side,
the rest marie another purchase by whichbe however differ somewhat on this subject which experience gives; is a lantern on the i the mountains are so abrupt ia their descent
\1'dl. noon came and the neigbbora be cleared $3000. About ibis time Relieving The pow\:rof a horse estimated as being item,which shines only on tbe naves be* towards the Niter that a road has been cut
gas to drop in. First came,the parson who I he "should be prospered in this new line of I that of five men, or sufficient to raise 33,000 bind us. along the base on one aide, upwards of two
being a man of vast punctuality took ont hili business, he entered into a voluntary obligation Ida a foot high ia a minute. His best and Mttaphyric No studies give tack a miles. A little beyond this, terrifying pass,
watch as soon at be came in; and for e in writing himself bis conscience tot most easy draught is 187 Ibs.at the rate of 3 power of distinguishing as metaphysical, the road is excavated ont of solid mineral
purpose of aeeing bow it'chl.eft.'a. be said be would devote ont tenth part of all bis gains; feet inches is a second. and in their natural and unpervertea linden salt. Cliffs of salt hard and clear like chrjstal -
with the old clock, walked into the kitchen to Benevolent and Charitable purposes. Ho WATT estimated that a cylinder of ala ey they are ennobling aId exalting. Some occasionally tinged with streaks of red,
bade Miss Susannah good! day, hoped aha has continued hillaod speculations success* inches in diameter, with a stroke of 7 feet, such studies are wanted to countered tbo overhang this astonishing highway more
continued well in body,' and snuffed up the fully. _that he has already! realized fortune 17$ times in a minute and moved by the operation of le studies and practice which than a hundred feet hi,h. S.II'p'riall are
sweet flavors of the preparing sacrifice with of$'.: ,000 The tenth of this, (20,000) steam produced from four bushels. of coal per sharpen indeed but lib a grinding stone, frequently seen, bubbling cp salt I water "
expanded Bostrilt. Next to the Minister he has of course disposed of according this hour, operates with the forte of 40 borate narrow, whilst they sharpen. which cbrystalizinc in the sun leaves tbe
came the Squire ; opened front door.and voluntary obligation. The first object of Ho considered one fourth of bit power lost Keenness and Suof.Vfy.-Few men of genius surface in the neighborhood or the springs,
sees c no one, but me, Polljjab,* tie said, his kindness and regard was the estimable by friction and therefore adopted aa his es are keen; but almost every man of genius frosted with cbrvstals or the most diulins
'\\'beo'li that are goose be dqucl 'case I'mevrrUttifl widow of revered and honored clergyman tamale of tbe horse power ia bit engine Ibo is subils. If you ask mo the difference brilliancy near the town, tile soil is almost
ball,tettlin that bay mow case, (Rev. Dr. PATSOH) under whose ministry. strength adequate to alto 44,000Ibo,one toot t between keenness and subtlety, I answer of a blood red color which together with the
lad aad I'd 1 like to kno".' Ready BOW bad become a professor of Religion* and o in a minute. that it Is the difference between point aDdaD strange yet beautiful el.cl. or tbo salt
squire,' ansnered the Parsoa. opefuaj the of whose church he was a member. He The expansive force of steam may be in* edge. To split'a hair is no proof of subtlety rock and the majestic Indus, flowing throe
kitchen door *aud I guess its ao uncommon has sent ibis lady, who had been left almost scantly condensed by too application of cold (or subtlety acts in distinguishing differences tho serpentine chancel of the mountains, '
Lee goose, too..1O walk in, and lets bare a destitute, with a large family of children, a water. Four ot;, will reduce 200 cubic trio -in showing that two things apparently constitutes a scene of indescribable wonder
little chat.' The squire entered,aad he and check for TEN 1'HOU8AND DOLLARS to 40 in a single second of time. one are in fact two; whereas, to split aad thrilUasa'louithmeDI.,
too IBiaitttr had a considerable spell of con -be has given $2000 to the Banger Tteo- One of tbo most warmly contested ques hair ia to cause division and not to ascertain Scien, Tree/
versatiea Holt the hay mow case. Tlielate logical ID.thutioa-500 to the Sttmen't tunas connected with tbis subject, is the 10.p.riorit difference.PhUanthTomt'j..
waa tfaii-Abijab Bergs got tears to Bethel in Portland-$100 to aid a feeble so I or steam at high, or low tempera -l have never known Bagging perverse loraue' Did von everharness
carry hit bay across Widow Stekea'! field clety ia building church la lUinois-and o* tures. trader in philanthropy who was not wrong up an old horse, in a great h any to .
to the road; well, ibis bay mow bad tber large trams for various charitable pre In England except at the mines, low in heart somewhere or other. Individuals go post haste somewhere or1 other aad after
bad dropped off tbe poles and Widow Stokescliimed poses. The gentleman who called, upon him pressure or condensing engines are universally so distinguished are usually unhappy b theirfamily taking the rains and giving the whip'a crack
it aa :a waif sad stra,. Now,' in behalf of too Illinois church informs us, !j I preferred. la our own country, panic relations; men Dot benevolent or beneficent finding him looping bis ears,pouting his lips;
M)" the Squire, I conceit tbe the chief pintia that on the day he saw him, bo had given :. ulsrly on the Mitsisiippi, high pressure en to individuals, but almost hostile toad apd bracing niaaielf! as if be tboogbt the
the case as this here ; has Widow Stokesa $1700 for a variety benevolent objects. I|I gives are in ..... these,yet 'lavishing money and labour t Whole universe depended open the streagth
right to the hay t Now this 'II depend But the question will naturally arise did i In a low pressure eegino,the steam is not time, on the race tho abstract notion 0'bit breaching f, W. dare say you have; ,
ye see'pon other pint to wit videiicit- this kind hearted and benevolent man think 'aaed a'its highest expansive force, and is The cosmopUtism which don not spring and BO doubt fell to thu&ipfeg and mauling
dues the bay belong to 'Bijuh. Now the of his old creditors those who had suffered !! condensed la too cylinder alternately after out of and blossomnpon tbedesp rooted stem him. But only put bit head ia an old bar..
Widow SBJI, says she every eaaa in this severe losses by his failure,and ted received each stroke cube piston. of nationality or patriotism, is a spurious and tie it oa that it may not get off and he .will.
tOHtl1: fte< and therefor every man iiibis a at most only ten or twelve coats on a doran liarsea j I a high pressure engine, the steam pas rotten growth.Sbakspearo. go, shoed like thai lightning.
cowtry'a a kiag jist as fur a* his of their dues-maoy of them perhaps, poor j i off after befog used ia the cylinder iato tbo is of DO age. It is idle to endeavor 1Tlla'UlKT&DCOJl.JlJaACI'
gees; BOW the king, all allow baa a right to mechanics or laborers who depend upon air orfrome vessel where it is app'itd ccoaora: to support his braes from Ben Jenson. .,
waifs and strays and so says Widow Stokes their daily earning for their daily bread 7- ica1Jlobelt1as"ater,tobo pampecl Into Beaumont and Fletcher! &c. His Ian. ''TbaLm'iaV'attercnP7&aw*
that are ha,'. mine. But says 'Bijfch, and Or did be, like too many others; who have the boiler. eusge is entirely his own and the younesr van! articles upon the subject of the contemplated
by jinks ite acute argumeat; ; bet, saystboub be failed and afterwards become prosperous, In low pressure engines,the steam is rare dramatists imitated him. The ce&atrucuoaof iesurreetioaiaMisslsaippi, adds tee
every man in his land of liberty's a leave their suffering creditors to whistle for ly worked over 12 Ibs. to the inch, ia high Shab an'.sentences, whether in verse following eiegttter deveiopemeat:
free man, yet"tsat doesa't prove that every I their demands, and treat them with hauteoraad pressure>> engines, iii is commonly used at from or prose is the necessary and homogsBeous The reader null have saga aKusioss m
woman is; and per contra, wo know, tbat I contempt,if approached on tho subject 50 to 100 Ibs. The dangers resulting from vehicle of his peculiar manner of think a. the foregoing arcosBts, .qae Muriel! with
women cleat vote and of coarse M.'t free; ao If Ma.JOHN 14. CROSS,(for that i* the explosion very little ia ono case. end very He II not the ttyle of the Ice More panic whoa too loaders of this c''PirUI"said
lays he, the Widow Stokes *n'i a king, ao, name of the gentleman whose example wo great ifl.tho et er. nlarly, Shakspeare's blank verso Is aa abso to have been coa&derated. Tbis Muriel ,
HS he the bay aa't .e,'.. Bat its a pam at;- would bold ap as most honorable aaa praise* The tubular boilers recently! adopted ia: locomotive lute7! new creation. was tiled Jalacb Mid ..eovatyTea
cue, an', it T' 'Well eow,' answered I I worthy) had thus treated his old creditors, asgiaes, are a contrivance that resulted epee, ia June Ie,.&. _II..fbaad gaUfy of de*
&e Biaittef strikes me that bay ao't a wo should have deemed his displays of charity from die necessity of the cast, sad a A Fart:. Much notice hssbeea tikeo:, IfO steaUfic or. more. properly speakiaf. '
""' 1.. 'Well..' said tbe Squire *tint's a and benevolence, his princely donationiA necessity for largo quantities of steam, tho papers Utalv, of an exploit performed decoyiog csgroes teem their masters foVtBoparposo
'$M 1 never flaked of. Jmt than, ia ea 0 '..sounding brass and tinkling symbol,? There is at present a series lIable ex by a sailor at Philadelphia in emulation ol seifiaf them+ PW his ona.'preit,
tfee Deacon, and after bte the MXtoa aad and altogeihetber unworthy of respectful notice peril entl pies OD at to the best ekes of Baa Patch: clambered to the very highest snit seiMeaeed to tea years ImpriieBBeBt iat .
Non, lid pretty mseb alt t.ariHoeratie deBuertef Bat his conduct has ia every respect tubas, the best teethed of construction,their top ff a bra 'a mast, and stood fore tan tao- jptdteatiar* of Teasesie, watte ho teat
*f tw viNafe sad am..M... And been co&fkteat upright end hesoralile. !!o best polities,vertical or horizontal aad tile menu on too truck or whatever tho thing vm time. We hava BOw btlere.a paseieMeieoataiaisf -
tata bwHtd. ftsat Nabbf awful iae I teH is ready to pav them to too utmost ftrthieftt. b..t method closing them, either for hot may bo called which eonn.tu.es tba top- a detailed accoaat of the arrest
yea;newt &eo SnaaBaah and Cato bogie to principal and interest, whether eoatproals: air.or water. The principal di&csJry+ has A laacb exploit than thillw bull e. 1 of this dariaf rri..&. oter. by Virgil A.
ia earner, aid while they were ,,downtlMeoiBfaByall ed or not aad let the demand against him occcrrcd la seesrisg them rent tbaefeetselcoBtractiaf acted once a ,.ar.lor eoTOCalyearsbyaaou it Stewart, early ia the year 188ft;ia the Gnatfeof
!bet took a atiff bass of be of what name or..tarotooter. Tothew Bed eipajdteg,or ia other words sio tow between- ; wbiehBowevensottariiBe" wat Jttcbtrac! *
I'GI by way ef."IIk.. Md tbea atrokstn ed that this Is too ease, we refer to fcw "Notko la &kIll tbeiss&i 1tt. of Bge- vfeg at Salisbury to England. cHe ter,wo placed bat ittig conSdenfe.nB' l ti treaaaHe
... their CUM. mad looked at the table; to old Creditors" n published {g tba Pert I They- are entirely free (torn danger oo attends to die top of the spire of SaUaburj aannivo had been partklfyVfea*
Ndt... was t pis I'HI&udts ., tth4. i tfted( papart. Sam ATercsry, accident bis yet boost known to bury oc athedtbl..oH&JiI,!ps_4sapi J Jttl tJq., flrsatd by rectal trtBtB.. :\Vo',t I.feeI -

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,. .j I r & I: ) career. Our object }lu rcferriug to it at allis I penoQi ramoviog from the east peculiar grief, to be compelled to dtsituate i fonalifled to further. To the poor; it tea el.ss rs
TflK to excite a salutary caution io the public or north, to the Wett or Boat ,should-by all in this manner any class professing: ChrisUant intigoi6caace' of hardships and. uiaU: _
FLORID HEttALB! mind particularly in reference to that"arIPttrow meanv,msko all of it at ao aliment at it ; dut all minor considerations must be this life, compared with tbe ",hra orhl"Pi- Cf
which infest all town especially, having would, io that event save them from the dan thrown aside, all feelings of attachment to ness** which flaw at the right band ofevermore. G., II

is rDDttiBTDEVKRY .. neither "a local habitation nor a name,", eer attendant'jipon: tbo** violent bilious at. the common cause,placed jn abeyance, when It exalte the lowly, and rea dens
WEDNESDAY, wbo btieg e'idcotlwlthout) means of livelihood tacks to wbich aimotf' all onacclimated per the first principles.f the gospel are violated them emalout tn merit favors; it invigorates; it

a' subsist by roguery and who are al- sons are liable. mad the golden rule of"doi"} to otbeieaa we their minds against temporary injustice .f my
qo r way ready embark In any scheme of villainy I. Ctb. That the citizens.io general should would they should do'unto al"I, become a unforeseen calamity; ; and by thus s-nianU** In
X&MS* 3 who promise supply their craving; use of it, either raw,cooked, or ia form of a dead letters To say that I have viewed the their 1 hopes by the tkespeet of their (nth mt

AT appetite for plunder. catsup, with their daily food,>it it the most proceedings the Aoti BI.erJ8orietywitbdisus. change It disposes} them to perform their). Itlotted

FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. : healthy article of. tho Mafena Atiaootaria. ., would convey' but a faint idea .tasks with cotiteot, with alacrity y,] Icheerfulness. \
rAT 1ItIC HALF TCAftLT Il' ADVAl and all, exclaim against the vile practice of Now if these positions be true,' it it of the and .leprer ted their gross mhcoaduct. I have been employed its imll urt the t>ere I .
A DvitaTiSEMMTS inserted at One Dollar smnkiug tobacco. But their influence is not almost importance that the,public should be Not only bas it been their object to ditftoiso population thus preacher Christ! we hooy I *
*per square, for the first p+sertlon and f'y2ty snfBcient to diminish the use of this abominable made accqoainted with'the facts, and it It troth, bat to exalr falsehood-not only have Dot have beard of the i iutm HHiarj berran I'
Cent for each subsequent one. Loner leaf. Miss Mil ford in her new mask I with this view that, [-now make this com- they masked their nefarious designs under committed by tbeirrs"vital < wan*. Fw D

advertitettetttt !lu proportion and no of Bedford Re h is, tays, "Whenever, 'one municatiotiJbrtbo. press. the garb of religious purity. but they have dijcuii the truth as they i. -.err 'f flierI
one nil! bo considered I lesj than a squnro. thinks of Sir Walter Raleigh as the importer MEDICDS. absolutely dared, in the pride of their beans, i I ing salad must be convinced tn,.. ;c.iiKiivQiry. I *
A discount} made to iboio wbo advertiseby of this disgusting and noisome weed, it N. D.. Dr. Bennett stated likewise, that to denounce all who differ from them, as j i I teaching to a mischievous i..- .. "*nofiht If
the year. tends greatly to mitigate the horror which one the free use of the Tomato would make a disciples of Anti Christ,and,utterly Word of Cod, by ignorant, une -' ..4 fin,> I it
"' [ _, &_ feels for his unjust execution. Had he been person much Iocs liahl! to an attack of Coo- to live under the Gospel ao.orlb'l I I tics-the poor negroes fuve (bee* '.t(ed | c

1 Hero that such na incarnate fiend lived on the beheaded at the inventor of molting,all would lora, aud that it would in the majority of cases persons&0 ought to bo disfranchised from for the punishments t<. wbl4"h the," .e, I t'

fieeoftho: earth. lint sod| can no longeriiubt have been right' preventit:, M. the enjiyment of the blessings of freedom. I hare rendered them obucxioiu. I
its truth or withhold from Mr.Stewart, .4 Feat.----The ----- --recklessness-- of I am convinced that if the Anti Slavery Viewed in ibis tojht, .we cannot e> Q'n 1!

'liii captor, tho credit due aljko to his Inge proverbial illustrated COMw."NZ6lJ'.l'BD. Society cause rested'upon the pure and immoveable the exeitemeot which exists io rbDniUtb..r 18the
was singularly by an occurrence
to. rock of the Gospel, it would these poritaoicnl c.i I1eiooaries
planters against
tiuity and intrepidity. : north require -
whicb took place at the wharf
Mr. Stewart in order to ascertain wheth- For Me Herald. oo meretricious aida to>> make it trium- ; especially tie ftct it notorious B1'
cr unroll bad stolen the untroesofa; friend of Market it. yesterday. A tailor findingthe MB. CDITOB,-Disinclined .. I am to dif iphaat,-if thoir object were the promulgation that wherever the educated MinKter ii..4
heat of the weatharuneomfortahle determined
of his, (Parson John lIeuu or..of Madison Ho cuss any matter having n political tendency, of truth, and the emancipation of the preached the Gospel of Peace, there, in ao Ii i i.
take bath.
.'ouatyTenueuee,) determined to pursue to a accordingly prepared it is impossible to behold witb indifference, slave alone' no appeal to the Pl.tioa.-oo eminent'degree, "the good Iud tithe word |c
him to a point wber. it was supposed .that himself! taking oO'his shoes and outer or allow to pats unnoticed the many scurrilous thrice repeated tales of forgotten horrors; no I I bas taken root down ward and brought ferth ,
lie lad concealed them falling in with garments, and binding< tip hit trowsert In works contiaualty issuing from the press concealment of facts favorable to the planter I fruit upward;" and the happiest cnoseqtea.
Murrel on the very day that bo started in such that they did not impede his motions. upon the subject of Slavery; since the sentiments would he necessary. Out the case is not so, I des have resulted both to slave and mister
pursuit, Stewart feigned entire ignorance ofhi'cUml)8uioa lie thence commenced ascending rigging of the writers in a moral and religious did the limits of a letter admit I could find it I do Dot intend b, these observations to pronounce C
nail bjr the :moil ingenious of a hrillialat the wharf He continued point of view bring them within the legitimate in m, heart here to outer into a recapitulation .a sweeping condemnation upon all r
.tritae al,w6rked himself completely into to climb up, until was be reached an elevation to scope of criticism. Among the indivi.} of the origin of slavery, and its existence missionaries; fur to m011 can bear willin; t
the confidence of the villain,'that ho obtained dive from which a feat desperate that duals who have to warmly espoused the from the first organization of soci i testimony-high praise is due. loam* oo tone
'from him a succinct history of the eiploits oo one supposed would venture it. Jack cause of negro emancipation, I am disposedto sty to the nineteenth eentur Fortunately, I ; to their own conscicotes they must
of hit past life, which has been continued ie* however, looking down for a moment saidho allow there may he many estimable per. I am spared the necessity i of much research stand or full: but the friends of the ,'fricaDIDalt
rids elf rubberr, and murder, perpetrated was not high enough, and recommenced nonages, but I do not on that ground adopt upon this head by the admission of tbo pro-- convinced that latproceedings hue f
under various; ctreoinstauces, and concealed climbing. He at length< attained the greatest all their theoriesor lend to willing an ear at pagnnditti themselves. And in the position aol advanced their cause. I

by tbo<< roust artful nuu.murlSeVbitl botv- elevation, and standing on the round themselves to the calumnies industriously thus Burned, I an fortified by the concur It U. I am aft are a fashionable(alse'.ood t* '
a (ever Murrell' was daily loading histoul with block that caps tbe highest matt, be balanced i-irculated against tbe planters in the Southern ring testimony of the most uniinpeacbaMe I..crllbat no progress bat hitherto hero ;
crimes of this character bo was meditating his fearful perch and prepared. for his desperate States, who in every point of view are entitled and illu.trions character Christianity bath made iu maturing th* mind of the negro fur
n scheme or..a".i01' on the *nost extensive leap. A CM w d bad by this time cot tu the"me consideration accorded to .left all temporal governments as it found tho reception. of greater civil rights, an" that
'""\ scale, and which bad it been only successlul lectc{ and Jack gratified his) vanity shuu the Anti-Slavery Society. And I must do them without impeachment( of any (nun or the planters are hostile to it. Let us examine
), must bate resulted in tho most appalling tine forth, with Iteutori.o'aogl. a speechMen" prorate in the strongest terms the conduct ofomo description whatever, so tlritduputro mud the (se's. **ioce the abolition' ..ftb. slave
.1' consequences. This diabolical scheme was said he "I'm agoing to do a feat-a men who seize_ on_ every. idle rumour be left to ho decided hy principle of juituraltquity trade, o most favorable change bas taken
done it afore in Hnltimorp
nothing lets than a Servile Insunecticn,to bo great feat. I've Men t>r litfgustiug tale prejudicial to the planter, nod the constitution of tho coun place lathe. condition of th. negro. The. iu-
and Boston But not in PhiUJelphy. -
consummated un the 25th Decembsr,1835 -.JiiUt they as carefully conceal all,-even tho try. I tonsil of the planters, no looser capable e f
t ;id all tbo slavebolding States and Territo I'm agoing to dive from this bore mast them .oust trifling circumstances, that may in any If. in the earl ages of the world. we find importing satire Africans, powerful':, cooperated
I ,ties from Maryland to Loosiana. what think it's afaat ought give mo what, nay conduce to place the matter in dispute slavery existing bv tho command of the Almighty > with their hummi: :, in iiiJuciottbfm
For tbo of preparing for this great they can spare, to encourage native "taleot. in point of view unfavorable to their own ; if the New Testament dispensation I to attri... to the health uud tomrort..r their
purpose thn landtfolk So hero -and&
stroke, be bad travelled first to New Orleans as sag. goes headforemost Meas.Tbo' came to expound meaning, and to correct depeudent, as well as to the rearing of cbil.
He from his
he did height
Via Cincinnati, to Mxiacton Ky.) go. leaped motives of most..flh.persons whom the errors of the Old; I if we observe all dren, from hi.'h latter source Mono they
ili-nco,to Kicbmund. Va.: thence to Charles through down.the crowd A thrill, and his cry form of horror darte' the Anti,Slivery Society is compose'l I believe tho crimes, corruptions, andevil practice ..f : could ultimately hope to cteod.or even keep
Savannah and Augusta ran as to be l perfectly pure and disinterested Society or even those internal misgivings' tm Ibo cultivation of their property. The
from ton Milledjpvillo.which be returned to Williamson. ; through tbe air, aad r.nTith a loud concussion I and I should bo sorry to apply to them a sin of the heart which rebel against our priori- "! prtiraui-u us intercourse of the sexes are

Tennessee place lib native place,or,as he in the water and lie wa under the water gle pressiriti which could bo regarded as pies, clearly defined; forming a cod.. of moral discouraged by many planters, marria;**
county short time riiinc the surface
call it.his"'old standing ground.** tie says, but a ; from on unkind or disrespectful. But the bulk of I obligation, precise, satisfactory, and comprehensive earnestly recomiucmled and rewarded nits
'iii all the route 1 only robbed eleven men; and shaking tbe water his hair he returned them really know nothing of the difficulties ; and if, in this case, Slavery is peculiar marks "!'(arnr. Separate: houc'
bis vessel and bis work.
but I preached ttaicjuie sermons and scat to with hich the subject is surrounded. Theyare not included, but, nit the contrary wretched are guilt t for pafvnts of families, and allotments .
tend souse counterfeit United States paper I Ga: directed solely by abstract notions of humanity as pas its condition at the time of our I of land, proportion d to their wants'
brethreu.* Tb-fieuJ Covered -- which cannot be denied to be among Saviour's appearance find it expressly and industry are auigued them; iu fact a mutual *
mnoag with crime lay and daring to aicoud Chaneet Marriage. The following Lottery the u :t ,.f all human incentives jo action sanctioned;:rauit not that individual be peivmptuQiu i good feeling between owner sod slate

t the pulpit, as tbo yet messenger of the Most or Table Chances was made ouUQmeJOIII'I when wider the wit'nttfbSKfkJft and di,- oho affirms that Slavery is forbidden I bas for year been planted! and upon Ibo ia-
High! Did be nut fear tnat he might he ago by a celebrated physician wbo re. ere/ton; but when deprived of this salutary by Chmtianily Mutt not that preacher crease, the fruit of which unless blighted Ij
; sided in London, showing to fraction
every abuse the seem Ac txhorts hit AtaI the malevolent iufiueuce of I
Masted by the lightning of; Heaven! He restraint an among the moil fallacious guides pulpit =norlor", pr
"h.t tvomnu's of I
floes on to say that be regarded; this plan ',as a of her chances life. marriage are (oreverl1.af it is possible to follow They conceive it t*> 'ten, religious grounds, to terminate a system something worse, will, }iu the course of time
ibeVum ro.ullo ati ineshaus'iblo fortune to married be their duty at all hazards, to rescue the MO infinitely more humane than that, be of the most iuviiiug and gratifying des.
nil who would engage in the expedition;*'and it was found that ladies a taken number discriminately African whom they invariably. paint to which hit Dirint Master tm mine' cl and tolera cription. The change: hicb tbe last twenty

he adds : My heart began to, beat hl$h with married at each is at below, if h themselves as mild, tractable,industrious tedf years has in this, as well as in other respects
ego or (
the hope of bciog able, one cS"to visit the an arithmetical iiceocse.) we call a woman's, out of the hands of a master who is altay* Let such an instigator of ijisturbanra Peruse effected, though far from being complete u
1'0mllofthe.uul m and i>esstera towns with chances marriage, io the whole of represented a* inhuman and oppressive;/and 1 Timothy, vi. i., 'Let jas many servants yet as far as it goes bih1albr.cloi1.| Tbe
one common scene of devastation smoked her life, 1000. her chances in each two course imagine that as soon as the fiat of manum i..Iou i.- ( (7r., slaves,) as art ..ndorlbo yoke, planters are rapidly becoming tbe benerot sot
walls and fragments.** Fortunately, howevcrt will be shown io this table: year shall have passed, the work of mercy count their own master worthy of all honour, JTotectors of the slaves They have not oaiv -
his career of iniquity was about to bo terminated wall be perfect and the reign of peace and tba the name of Clod and and bis doetl ins icnhtbedmor.liberal sicw.oftheirnwnin*
at least for a season Mr. Stewart Aat*. Chsneet. ABu Chan& Agt Chances. happiness will begin.; From the whole: ten be not blasphemed:'*aud. It be be still scep tersts, but have actually become a more

after obtaning from him a full confession of 14 32,2.n103& ( 3Il -8 or uf their words or actions,it is evident that tical', as to the fact and thinks he I. performing moral, and 1 would gladly hope,too. more
the villainies} lticb bad signalized his career, 15 25 35 S they neither know the facts, nor understandthe his duty conscientiously God and man religious body than they ever wcte before.
and a dovelopeme&t of his future plans,succeeded 1C -lOG 20 GO 30 t -n grounds upon which their opinions oughtto by offering( the plunder of|the latter, as a R.U.
In bringing him if not,to justice at 17 27 37 S be founded; aud like many other well- sweet smelling savour to thd!former let him St. Augustine, August 17ih.'1635.jfcS .
least to puniibment. And it is 18 -221 28 45 38 (( -4 moaning but incompetent legislators, they meditate on the 3d, 4tb and 5th verses of the .
ro be hoped temporary should bo survive bis' present 19 29 39 S'. stir up and promote innovations which theyare same chapter. "If any man teach otherwise
confinement, and be permitted again to abroad 20 -233 30l ...l8 qualified. neither by their habits, nor bytheir and consent not to wholesome! words, even
in the world that bit footsteps will go bo 21 31 S 14 acquaintances to foresee the consequences tie words oj our Lord Jesus Christ, and to '.. Ii. *
22 :J:! immediate ultimate.; the doctrine which is
or according to godliness; .
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and his manoeuvres vigilantly watchnl ,
dncge/l which be ,n'l..J 33 237' There remain a considerable body of abolitionists he is proud, knowing nothing but doting a-
community curs.e4 -
b1 over, may whose conduct, though their capacity boutquestioas. and strifes of.words. whereof
with bit -
preseoce. 747 239 Total 1000 and sincerity are above, all question appears cometb envy strife railing, evil.urmisiags,
:Mr. Stewart also succeeded iu 'nbtlliuin g to me to and tottmn animuilrtnion. duputings of | minds
From the above table it that the open tetrre perverse men o corrupt ,
from Alurrell\ Murrell a partial list of his confederates appears and destitute
From of
number marriages between the egos of 18 Dwelling constantly, and trntb. supposing. that gain is
in tbe different slaveholdiog States; Mnrrell almost exclusively on the same:: subject, they gwIlincw/rointue/itrifAa'rmf/ thyulf.
21 than three times
and are more as many as
it him that Mtbero
remarking handing to I that period of their lives it is nearly have accustomed themselves to speak and Surely then those divines of the present
ii not paper enough, to make, proper list precedes double ns at take place; between write with a degree& of virulence cube character : day. who mix up slavery witb. religion know
but uhen you come op to my..houseTC will I'' the of 23 many aud 25; it is four and a half and natural tendency of which, it is not what spirit the, are of. Th-y cannot
have time to make a complete one and tail ages they I be of the .
times take between the impossible can bo aware. It is with aware criminal! imputation which
will do until then, as will Hot travel any,, as many as place I the
you maintenance
extreme regret feel myself- obliged to de. of such sentiments must
of 26 and 29; lad it Is fourteen times as
until jon go pith too a row trips and learn ages take the of 30 clare that the methods, have taken to ad cast upon the MASTxathfj pretend to serve,
the routes; and there.is not near all the names many place between ages o vance the cad"in which they are eaga cdap' and his own immediate disciptes. At the
m this list but there! is uo more paper to "110(133.,ten 34 and and thirty 40. 'two After times that as many it is he- pear to me tbo mOIl provoking and uncharitable very time that the streets of Rome echoed to Q A "3e ra la2'IINr.tlIlYt.'l"KJI. v
writo on. 1 want yonto bai with mo at miracle if age generally I ever'witnesse-/. They almost take it for the cry of the tortured slave, (frequently suf-
dew Orleans,on therignt that the negroes considered a a lady marries, that for trivial .'' O,1835.
unfois she is a idow in that case it is granted, every accusation which is bro't Uri-tg a or even imaginary offence
commence their ravages: 1 intend to bead natural *are perfectly against jibe planters must bo true and that nothing the early propagators of the gospel '-'- -. ..'
l as they alwavi
the company that attacks that city myself- to the of 100 privileged N. can be worthy credit which is urged were searching throughout the city to reProbate 'nt&A.oJ"arrl"u.ol.041: "\a -
1 f..rllla ambition to dcmolislubecity which until they come ago yean. in their defence-areJooprone to believe the vice ia all forms; they were boldicg op to about IB it.ne+in a direct line, on the tYntsids.
defended from the of the British Y. illraltl worst much public infamy and destation the
teas ravages T -prefercharpes too'\1'eepiocand patrician elbf St.Jo&a river thertU a most team
army, by the great Con Jacklon'heo Valat' o Silence. Talking to friends is indiscriminate agreat deal too fond of raking voluptuary; they were with unflinching r site for a town. At this flsca the dptaitb |Q*>

we first read the ptnpblet giving the detail die ruin of hall*,!te speculations pr jectcdII ..* together: particulars which are stale or on' perseverance exposing themselves tu mar. ernment in the former years of its soveieifa,
of Murrcll't infusions carrier, we are disposed was of the maxims. of tbo founded-and show an unprecedented antipa tyrdom for the zeal with which they preached
military !
one used
tn look upon it cs wo do the biographiesof Earl of Poterboroub"tho readiest thy to every thing which looks like peace or. against the crime of the (noMes of the to keep up a tnilitsiy petti. It is about
villains *with grains of way ztal which miles IOU'" ef JtfkwtnvilN-, ) mil. north sf
reconciliation! It that a "a.la..i.rld
generally. many bit enemies elude bit, very rarely happens ; by a sense
to surprise to
was : .
allowance -and at to tbo list of confederates friends and be illustrated his ot8 they condescend to reason with an adversary of duty, and conceived to be in strict unison ; ralatka.IDd epp .stte to ti>* to*a PkoUu,ts
we bad BO doubt that it was vastly exaggerated conduct; in keeping always his by duringtho upon equal terms,but assume at the out witb the sacred office to which they were which there is a wetkly steam boat communksrtioo i

io number, and that many of the war in Spain a secret enterprise from hit officers, set bat they themselves roost be right and ordained by Christ. ..it to be credited, then, 1 from Savannah in (i'OIia..nd from thstts
names upon it bad BO living representatives until tho moment they were called to that noun! can differ from them in opinion but that if slavery bad been so obnoxious tn the by commodious stage cooveyaaee on a good red
but on examiaiag it, we find that too of the contribute to the execution. upon those who are without conscience,or without Gospel at the new lixht itinerants declare, ,' ft.AaIGItIDI.
Miuissippl incendiaries. (Cotton and Hunter understanding.! And what is it,would ask, it would cot have met with equal reprobation I to d a-
) are upon it, and we have therefore,less The aunexed article copied rrom/ ne of sboch3ustiacs them fa being so intolerant at the bands of Christ aDd his apostles Recently meritorious,enterprising f'1I
reason to doubt the. accuracy the remain tbe interior p'apert by the last mail, attributes and They, as well as other Can the Anti Slavery Society intend to oral owner of the sod has laid off taw beaD
der. The number of these confederates a- virtues to the 'tomato, which will ,probably men OYOrbearidf' is ed of, not by their pro- charge the Founder of oar Faith and his pot into Iowa loll, and be ha given it the BSO*

mounted, TeBoessee, to Cl; Miisiuipi, cause that delightful Vegetable; tp 1 bo more onions or pretensions, but their conduct; own chosen twelve witb inconsistency? or, lUnao,the pUn of which-hn*just been .istbitcd -
.171 Arkansas99 ; Kentucky: ;(among the generally. used even than it is at present. and it would be well if thus superiority which, with greater blasphemy, allow the thought to nt. It contains sixty four blocks of tarts
number in Missouri Is tbo celebrated. 8ii iphcn The Tomnfo.-fcDr.'' Bennett,'tho Professor they arrogate in sit things over their opponents to arise that,because they avoided meddling arm *ah-five of which or their amount sis
1Y.Foreman, whowas tome months of Midwifery and the Diseases Women ,displayed itself more conspicuously! in witb peculiar Institutions, they were timeservers public squares. Tile street croft each etfetfSt
ago apprehended at the bead anoxtentive and Children Hygiene and Acclimatement, their words aud actions! If erermoderatiop lad trucklers to men in power?-! right arglet, the csmre one of which, raaaisf
of counterfeiters;) Alabama 28 ; ,Geor- be observed it i. for a reply.It '
and caution
gang in the'Medical College of Lake Erie whichis ought to sorely pause out and west. Is f5 rllt witS. and iht etW
gia31 ( South Carolina 3i.i Virginia 24 ; the Medical Department the\Villougb- in the case of those who gratuitously urge may be well farther ty illustrate the
Msryknd 27 ; Florida 10; Louiaiaa'! 33; b, University of Lake Erie* at Chagrin Coyahogo the adoption of measures by which the security object by observing contrast when religion parallel strata of 50 feet. Mae other sties*II-

4 Transitntert, who jtravel from, place to co., Ohio, iu his public introductory and property of individuals, and welfare was at.stake. How awful was the holy ', ttrssrting these and tanning north tod son'Ji! III
place," 25; amo&g whom is the renowned lecture receuily delivered In that.flourishing I of the Southern States, may be deeply Indignation; of oar Saviour"whan he drove 40 feet wide
helps: who was seas "lgb"I'rott.r.- justltutioo, made the following statement' compromised. haven Ibo apostles them the buyers add Sellers from the tample!when i I The town i* partly covered with biaoock and

bended ioMi *Hppl.,as a relative to the Atotonuai Lye! !tears,, or at selves were reproved for an apparent teal be"overthrew the tables of the money cben- J putty with pine limber,and the .1&110 far ss tk*
cod shot Ui tbe attsaajit to escape from jail it is, generally called/Toroato! Love Apple because they knew not the spirit they were gen, and tbe seats of them that sold doves," t tame can be judged of from appctraaess, i II tf
Making a grand total, ia this ineomlr rte Jerusalem Apple etc.'to wit: of,'* it ought ro teach'more diffidence than it becaose they defiled the sanctuary of the living I, teemed to b* fuorsble to health. lad good.
W of 456! It is to be regretted that this '1 it.That it (Tomato)I is one of tbe most seems to me to have done to many of the abolitionists God;a sufficient: proof that ia bit hatred .torU'
list it further dfete io omiitiog he chris deobstruoent and of vice and when pore water upon which feealth end
powerful of the ftlauria Mecf- even to ministers of. religion Impiety, religion and morality
daft games and placet of residence of these left tad that io ell those affections cube Liver among the cumber who under the guise of were at stake 1 be never spared the of : roach dap nd, i it really obtained a few IM es--
iocefldiarir We annex those ia Virginia and other organs where calomel it indicated benevolence, have exhibited a keenness and fender. But with these be slipped; be did low tae sarfcc T...channel of tb. titer ptt*
none of wfeom however do .we; recognise : it is probably the roost effective and least imperiousness ort.mper. for which Christianity oot utterly degrade religion from its high and I' sea ruse the western gees at this point and bet
R. Garrkoa A. Baloacb; J. Ketkojaq, 11..ruI6rr tn.di.l.geDt koown to:the pro affords neither precept not example! solemn character hy mixing it up with polit very little dockiaff! would b* required to reach if.
three Merritt W. Games.D. UawketJ.Ferioos. ., fession. .. It would not only be follv. but Absolute kid changes. Christ, knew that certain institutions I '. tUVAao" 1 Is distant shoot arty mile ia a
G. Doro..8. Walker,four JHiuthl- 3d. Tba'frefaemical extract will probably crime, when truth is garbled for the purpose abstractedly objectiooablejo their westerly direction from the ear..ble waters*f
sot, L. Wiseman 8.Waihorn, P. Home, FI toot obtained from it which win altogether of faction-and the gospel itself pervertedinto formation were necessary, to tbe", existing (' the 'awaaneo which empty into the Oolleihr

| ndsrson, E. G'KIi"V.. Milboro supercede the use of Calomel', in- Ibo core an article of revolutionary .triumph-to, state of Society. These were. attempt }fico.\ and tbs inUneetieg i*t. >pos4 te
It may bo prefer lo say, conclusion, thai of disease.3d. remain supine observers of tho proeeediogtoftheir ed to be violent!? reformed l.]. but left that country f loci
for the
we have eat atteiafted any thing like a full That he bat aacctfitfolly treated serf country, but the Church-who. under gradual correction, wbitb the. general eoicgestioos j afford more favoorabl advtatatei tI
aosljH* of toe. pamphlet qaejtion, nor bus'dratrhos with this article alone. the cloak of religion and the Tom Paine of hamapity.csd the progress of civiliiation i Uoo of a rail; road which most uWasuly eaeat'

.". we referred a Uthe of f bo villainies, 4th. A That when used at ao article of diet principles nf the "rights of mtu'*' stand for amoqgsi all classes of people,were I the Gulf with the Atlanta Coast,than aaf &**
wbleh its Acre,aceerdieg to bit statement to it is almost a sovereign' remedy for dyspepsia > ward at tbe apostles of misrule, and the calculated to produce. root It hat been eifJmatoel by godmacp. '

Stewart, bid "cMeredtnbitingonrhtrkedi, or indigestion. enemies ef all social order It is 9 source of This pregreta Christianity b eminently tiealljp scquilat with tee disks dad vf .

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t .........tbeiab.* amore speedy *iulccn.. vciiieutffms "'L -' Thirty Hellara Reward.Ji. I.'R'I' .
.* : OF IiB.T7'BIlS, : fI,' .' ,:''tkaal Wert.
. ntMeMion from the Atlantic cities Berth and ft URINE JTOUKIf All. t i'I
\ AWAY from the 'Rub- I m AtNING: in tto.P<> t office at list City I AlIIfRIVr111"GAZlrvE..
from the above .
i. ,,,ii.(e',tl.ln point metttiaapd.fitter scriber about two months JCIsV of St Augustine, since the first of Aim(
4 The of ibi* papers r.."f.a..einc*."11 ,since his too fellows ,: fa the thirtieth of Jon, which' If not taken OF. USEFUL 'ANDflNTf.RE8TI.

t .Jdd to think of this rout by seeing the toe GEORGE find negro JOHN out in three month will I* sent to the General I KNOWLEDGE: ,..

'aK 'set+eee nf carrying a Rai! Road through the itI GEORGE South Ctroliotan Post office as Dead Letter i 108X ILL naAT'O BT .C X.OC* B ansVt>OfBKTJ2

: rs.f Georgia the Cherokee country, end born ia atom 40 years old, middle size, wU built A. Leonardy, Roqne 4 nosrox BEWICK Cda1'I.VT.

5t to IVnsic-tla pnbHibed in the news I ati-i atatnnsar: M much that at times i i.difficult Anderson, Mrs. A. S .lamlrraao.. Edward Fin HE .UCC.... which Ha*.attended the pubes
11I".a.; Amiel. F. W JUndobar
PORT O/f ST. AUGUSTINE. I to understand n bat h.lIa. JOHN is aa African Frauckeo I JL cation of tbe best Magaaia from,the English
of the accompanied with statement Andrew. Lawr. < .M. .
n io 4
I I- parr' born about 96 years old.! middle size, stout i Pr.". haled to preparation.for Usaiagat
II Jtbi itme. He also f'ntelecilolO' computation fat, and very black Complexion. Beth. are jobbing Andrews, Robert Mazyck Alexander periodical more particular I adapted lo ibe want
I Richard
Allen. C. Mowatt. Charles
e eRgee and time end gained *n adv tatag over CLtaaED, carpenters. These two n.rOllue proba* 9 oral taste of the American public-*life! itwtff

ci _.faboutirrifa.'. In the uvta.gofaxpense Sch. 8. S.,Mill, EyIman,CharlltoD. bly'lorkint in the tieicbhorboed Wbiteaville.. Al.rer.I'l&c\V H. 9 3 MODhM.l'aceIfen 1IHt,.. GabrielTo be tbe object ef tb* proprietor1 to .'..Ita-work
Black Creek Doval E. P. sibare what its tide. indicate, itwUlnvrtbeUs
1 *ttKD, County they
4 ,i need oaly to state that tbe Florida route may their the Acting Vice McDonald, Garnet iateitat iai
have wireLThe eontstn all anieU to patron
Schr. Bu-hrod. lUuiton New Yoali.iacbr. Consul fur Mieklar.Jacob
* weemt.lettd l-y a track 0(60 wile, above reward will be paid by Mr. F.Goe, Portugal which appear to Foreign MSgaxioa s.
r. pi* a-lta&tagea) uf "* BAVARO" null appearnickinly Endeavour, James L. Duboce. Key Merchant Si Aogiutioeentba delivery ofeacb Receiver. of Public mo Morgan Mc rtherJohn Christopher ";.Extenstv preparation have been entered into

t* vidnt lu.a inteilieant mind Emi* West. of these negroes in the Jail of 81 Augustine be ney. B. JldlaRhi. bar.Rret. both with artiste and authors to furnish from
T* AUcfauat' Bchr. Felicity, Station,Jacksonville.Tb aid ri.e reasaoabl expenses incurred to carry ., Mariano Slanucy. Joseph all; part of the Union dr..lnf"ad itiostration
t irtrttsdwpouriogintotltfl uaatryand s them there,or to the person aunt to receive them O. of every aubjrctef .* puMihra

I. !nkuArady become d..nty settled. The soil ichr.Orion Sanderson was tip at Philadelphia at the place they may be vecnrtd with the proper Bidwii aln.C. Olcott Caroline D. conSdantly telMV. will enable them to issue a
advice to that effect to the said F.Cue.M.DEFOUGCRES.. work ben rable to its tide and acceptable to the
slob and given
d interior is adumaMy adapted to
,(the for Nassao St. Augustine and Key. I Channel. He,. G. A. p. American peopU., '

y *i cuHi *ti''n ofprovi-ii ns,uar. and cotton; Ib eat,oa the 29th Jill,. I St Augustine, lit. $. Campbell Mrs. Ann PoUtinham Charlea (foe first number of the American Magazine,

n4 the produce of Ibia iirman region must = Cochran.John Poos, Francisco D. iUostrsted with about twenty splendid engravings

e yd it. way by overland carriage,tth* banks of TO TUB P.llBLtR IO' ('E. w.IALL Clark. Geo. I. F. Pinckston M. K. will appear on or before tb*first of Heptaabtr..lad .

.r 51. Jobtt. and to no point wore appropriatetbe persona indebted to the Estate of the late C.peuterLAntemotM. Papy. Mary b* continued monthly containing between
arlundentllul: that D. JamesDavie
>ahiu a is In circulation Penaoyer.
. report 40, and 50 imperial octavo pages,and be furnish
llowaao: F. MAYHK, ere rnjnutad
I;mn of" BATAHH. that I am about to withdraw *. Genree U dollars
as a ed attb low price of two per abDltII. U
to mak.lmu.edaate and born
K ( having '
aac&Kf iu.ofavcrable" a .ition.it Caudidnto for the payment Duit.VmB.. 3 .\" ,11 DO
. To f"m a po Legislative Council. I demand will please preset them to the snbten Riddle. Thomas will eumpl le- .
dH soon e:*..ary that.uilabto awrrairtilfl accom5o4iuon am'sure that none of inv friends hero: authorized bf r duly authenticated according to law Falroni,hear W. ftiz,Anaee Portrait* and Biographical Pkatch of dutingntsbed

JIId ., should l. attended In th. |>)hintra such an impression ; and whenever 8. P .AKDKRfON. Felince.blare a- Americans. View. of Labile Buildieg.Monnmenti .

:Jh end trade mutt mats certainly rouunttate thar*. I determine upou such n course it shall be Qualified. Executrix.THE G. Sweetzer.ThomsaJ. booodles and improveaenta.variety and LandvcapaStentrythe beauty
announced in -
the Herald.
'. IV learn that mercantile bniMin?*will loon b.tfH'ted. 1'IOT.CI' Gue.Francis Scott John whkb in this country, will form an unceasing
'I ELIAS H. GOULD. GiierardJosepb Q Scott Mr.
r. who source instruction and rati8eati n.of ravings
., by gentlemen are connected with August 20ib 1S35. undersigned will rnnmi the examina Gay,Maria Scott James M. and the descriptions of the( character habit*. &c.
B4tfiern tspittUsts who are literally dttpOMd.and Witnesses in Claims. for losses on iarvin. Felicia U. F. Sundv. Margsry of Beasts Bird. Fishes and insects together
ewe. will. b*enabled to extend every eneonmgn- The friends of D."VID the Second Monday in August mxt. Gar.v. Fermena Still M r*. with every subject connected With the Gtography. -
e : As the speedy adjudication *ftB*.e Claims is II. tibbins.Cbu L. Natural and Artificial of
Lr.VY.t'q bin .
asst t* pramet' tb-i ;induitiy the country. announce aa a candidate to represent lIutor, resource
o .. : j St. Johns County in the next Legislative mueb desired b) ,AutnoriuV* st Wathinxton, Hawkin, Mr*.Chs E. Spigener. Sam) the. country illustrated in a familiar and proper \
Ii'D The communication orQviLL& Co. on the Council I for this Territory.et.AufastineMe and is also important toll-*el.iullllt-ill.lan.ed llavden. A. B. 9 T. manner FREEMAN HUNT.

h ik.ttll* rf the canrti1atesforthe! > 19. 1835 r that witnese residing out of th*coanty of tJ ohn Ht Inw.John II. Teal, Edward Ag.nt or the Piston Betwkk Company,47
Legislative Hick. Albert. 8 Townsend.Joe L.
l I -... will be immediately examined under comm'wsion: C.
Oaaal l,eaffit too late for insertion in this paper. C..,r.VII"I.'BD TO J.iiIiI.- and that those living within the Count), wilt be flail Mary. V. T.lor.John) Pool Couri... otreet. Boston July 19. 1834Superior .- .

' Tb*stttbor b"s not Ufl his name with u*, nhiih i offered for examination at tbt time designated and lIinkl.,. Allen Tarter R R. -; Court East Fieri
0b t tM during the month following.Tito Hayne. Henry 8. 9 V. *
to do tn insure hi.remark
*rrquested *a place.
.et ** who have businesswith th undersignedwill Hart Epbraiul Van Lew. Eliza L, 5 it a-1ft CAancery.
+ _. .Jt..rJt.O find him (unless netel.are1y.bllellt) at his endortnn. Rev. R.A W. Peter Mitchel

ttI The. l lest mail btonght in tin th"jfir.t number ) Chamber on Charlotte Street every dry of the lbopM. Shekel WhiUkor.F. v*. .
week. Saturday ute pled.from 10 o'clock A.M.to K. 'Ventw,'rth. Robt 8. Nebemiab Brush J..aper Wsrd. William
Ie tft Btw tflOfltJily publication culled: the Xodia:.'" j jed 2 P. M. and from 4 to 6 P. M. Keogh,James White Jos. M Thorn Nathaniel VVil. Flisba Hnntingtoo. .

n ,..wi" at All''.any, N. V. at the rSItulelylow X fie 10th init. Iwo nc;;ro men '::s rannwnys. ROBT. RAY510ND KEID: L. Wiilistop E. B. 8 Ichabod I'rall.lsuc MarquqJf Jaiomu Join-

. :tires rOM Debt.r pr ann.im. It is le\oied to din Ij.-ive for six or seven Judge uf the Sup'r Court Dist Hand Levy. M. E. Wilson.4liam son, Moses IAn.Jan... IU%. Susan Slorpby.

,rI. Lnerttutr tin Sellers. and Art, and ta com months past railed themseclvrs hy the Lewis. Sfargarct Zoller Anders Z Edward M. Wamou, Inouias N.pitr.amlJohD
IAwi..Jabn ,
. 1'f wed in i 16' r*;r* iitpmtortavti.t The Editor: names of CHA.MHHRS and \ WLLIAM OTICI Ijsk.Jame* C. Driad.Gomez widow o' Fernando de la Maci -

n tIf',.'iiHro''j'-et in t:." ptil iio.tion of the Zodiac but they n.eH' o.ll thonnelves by the names FOUR. weeks the after of date the, I will applv Court, to the for St. Augnstine.7th July, 1833.: Arredondo. sent dee'd. Maria \ManoaU.,.-

.r ate afford a .....r anJ uII\'rul ijt..rarr( cou.panionItle of JOHN S\UTil and TO.U UROWN. I St John'county Judge for leave to County.ell the real Estateof JOHN GRAY.Jr. P. M.AT II, ',orot... Doming and Ro a, children of said
* John Smith nthorois Chambers is nhout Fernando dt b Mas Anedoodo ; Francisco I...
.a roa gand Unr ptttnUUiesam. with. Donald M'JDtolh.late of aaid County dt"f'
.v. 1 thirty yrar all I anti about six feet high ; hash ..C"i IJI%F,11' .., DERS""N.S& .OV J ..1'IUIIDtA& saga, husband cubs said Doraioga, and RupartaSaavedra.
fit of4to ading peiivilicaU, eking to alit>d
P IIthul sleepy look and n arm on his right ankle, ,. 27th. 133. 8-4w. husband of the aid Dorotea t Antonin
Augustine, May a
.m B
'. lyyht upon the "'''riel. We draw endeatmttba nnd) two small cars on his forehead. Tom tiujtierrea,guardian of said Rosa .n lur.uta.nd
rte tin tit fomcthmj ofthctr brigUtneaa Iud Ijrown, ..tlaet\f \o William ia about IT. MiBT'S, (OA.) CMrlea Uobiou. l.xeeutor II f the last will and
twenty : Cheap ifidispciiffable Law. Undertladireettoaof Mr.and Mrs. KOBIHSON tasumentof the said Fernando de U MazaArre*
4 '.ieersrtsoo ethn.eftueiryrnial influence site jcamcil.l ; ha% n very bold look and a I

h. w 1,1')' march trill l.ring ""lh it tome notcliyritnfo scar, on bit left luw. and one un I lis lift : Bool,-The Jurist.fHlll HAVING had the trial of several monUitbe do ndo.Ceeilio. Fernando an-l Fradento,infant childreii .
of th'w Institution to
. <. or alt a uieteatan of,irtnercxprri* eye J row. Hneh nf them has nn n drab I work ia published Washington city make a pertnanaot n estiblisbment when propiN of Ignaciti Arredondo. dcc'd and Jose (ua.

- 'lite. Uttdcr ejch/iifin, "c shall! be fnund $ath. 'poc jacket, skids is the n
s IU:&, -Uawi-s, K,q in parts of' ud page *ICIf.I The tate of Societ/at St Mary'. ia higblv (a,- Teresa and Louisa Fatio infant children of
. Min; the ebotrcit and most iwful prodttciiona ort It is supposed tint neither< of the names I Part I. contain the opinions of the Supreme ourahlo : the location one of the moat healthy in Mafia de la Lux Fatio.dre'd.IJaril label and

a niu. .PHI!"i.dum.corrr.pnndiul with the chan that they nre ndverthed by are their real I Court U d.from August term 1791, to February the United :State, while the expanse of living iacomparatively ftlaunal Arredondo. infant children uf peter Arred6ndo. -

* ;'" **ftltc lilies.and the taittea an** inler.-a', of names. It i i. also supposed that they have I term 1799. cheap Iti* believed that rhea deceased,and Manusta Lasaga admin

r ns, r.a4er.. \\ ".im uothin* !I... than tn ea. stolen boat nnd (rom some til. the Part II.contain Lord Raymond' Peport inducement toieiher with the laudable exertion istratrix
ruinway of derided admin ltrltric
.Part HI contain 250 pages cases will Praxedas Coeifaet. widow and
r w..1a a rahuM and fiopuJar miwelan1. one states or some vessel tint rns ,passing from in King's D,.nc.l. fommun fleas, and Chancery ofupcrUnctd Educator, attract public of Joseph M.Arredondo.dacM. Pater.Fernando. .

'. .!tel1lP ia.t1"f ('o'.,.nUltc! InHim aud nlnseerarts. the North M New-Orleans, as, they came in England, commencing with Faster term ltC3. patronage. Antonia. Mariana Joan. Todaro, Dolores and

. ."141 -rrfCn..d.. ashore nhnut 12 mouths ato in an open boat Part IV.contain the opinions of the >upreme LIST or STOMSS. Ines, children of said Joseph M. Anedoodo th*
CourtU teiui 1""'34.in 323 Reading SpeU Writing. Geognphy, His. infant
r It it MimlrcU withMvcrnloriginatcontribntiouiff near Cnpe Florida with nnother uegro called S.January page ll' six but named
f )JACK, \hois nrwnt Key Wist.WAI. A* many member of the Bar have already lory English. Grammar, Composition. Arithmetic Fernando, Luis Francueo. Gavins. Maria .
s -fi thf r'nr.r.\melicanandfurritl? writers;a* G. D.\VIS Jailer. purchased some of the w rk. which are to be re* Geometry Algebra Natural Philosophy Manuella. AntonisJose. Catalina and Luis Ar
t nMti>* whit! h are well itten tale by the UTUitK !I 13tb 1835. printed it, the Jurist the publisher proposes to Chemistry,Botany. Astronomy Rhetoric.Logic redbndo,children of Fernando d* la Maza Arre-
August .
I 20 four aeries that sub/critwrs Criticium* English language Female Biography tan named infant.
t KuErtunp, Liars by 'Mrs L. II Sicocn* class them tn ,ao may on dondo juu.decd the seven
tako one or all. IntellectiMl Moral Philosophy Natural and Jose Elias Eotnlgo. guardian ofaaid infants:
. 'I\". and a ak trh of IVt'vre Mttttrn'uk, alto oriWe ; 4 IBalettorCoftonaRdiaoss This Mri<>ii..No I, will contain a retort of the Ttieoln,,,. Drawing, Painting.Embroidery. Moie. and all other person interested in the premises.ON .

. ptial.I. nflered for freight for cither nf the port u>ciion ur she Supreme Court which by an act French Language, and if required, Latin motion of the complainant*Solicitor and .
--.-- -, -, Philadelphia, New Ynrk or Boston. of,the late Congress.are hereai'tertoba recorded Spanish and Italian.A having been made to by affidavit,
, .* ore requested lo givo notice that CALVIN HEAD. the current spin, >on-ofthi and subsequent terms Lady oreittiasat qOltilitlt on.. ha commenced thai{ all the above named defendants appear excepting :
the .PrciHytrriau Church which lUll been Mandarin,.AngustG. 1835 will be prepared for the press by Richard H.Core teaching Music on rartont feuJdatublt hstrumeats. Chides Kobion Teresa Arrtdondo. ere f, .

tecrutly rrrcled nt Mandarin, will bodedicn* j Esq. and instead of being detained six
ted to Al'mnhty! Coil nti sturdy the 2 Mml. i Cheap Cash Store., will appear immediate: !) after the adjournment of i i. read to give lessons in Dnwinz. The In ward M Wanton. Susan Mar I IRiz .h,. andJanr
the court,tend instead of coating as heiexfora, structresa in French speaks the language with
. Tlie Uedieatinn Sermon will be. having just received .reside out of this District ana part of ibm
TIIE8Ul3tlUDEIt from five to ten dollars session. when taken fluency and correctness and has had much '
per experienra
r : of FANCY the United State, nd the ran ef them in the
l tho Kev. )Jr. McWutn.tuij .
preached<< by AND STAPLE DRY GOODS. HARD.WAnE.CUTLF.RY.PERFUWERY a* part of the Jurist wi'.l: not cost more than from lo every department, the endeavourwill Watt Indie t It ia ordered, that tho said absent
BOUTS eighty cents tonne dollar and fifty cants.) Con be to render Education practical,a* not only and trie said complainant
.bot t' >ortant Imprortmtnt in F/ori* j SHOE, HATS, SADDLERY. Will 8, denied reports of the previous terms, and the re Ibe minds, but the ......".* and moral of the dafendantidtt*bill of appear complaint.answer on or before the 20tfi

lo. 1n thU: iluurithiti part of our country : SPI-R'" and thousands of olhfr article too nnnwnii port of cases decided in she Court of Kiog' young Ladies will be regarded with aiiiduotu attention. nf December nest oth rwi'Athe said bill will

to peculiarly favored) l.y its fertile boil aid tn manti m. all of which he i i. determined each. Common pa..., Exchequer Nisi Print, betaken day pro con/too against tliem

Denial' climate, l but ubere thn population iayn 10 Mil a. low or it possible lower than any other and Parliamentary Caa,li.ed by Cranch l efereneu.Rev. And it i* further ordered. that thi*order b*

scattrrcij and scarce, internal improve horn in the e t,. Milled by Rnfu Dawes. E.q. The Term rtpirts il./Psav?, published? once a week until the' said JShh.dnyrf

stout lira hero introduced to an extent that Having fitted up bit old atand. will keep ituad published iupeiiodical form ioEnglaitrl, A. CL.RKE, E.q.Mesrs. December next in tbe Florida lleraid Dated at
mlhtput Ic, the blush ammo or the. older ditiun to ih. above articUn. a complete nsert and vent to ns bv an agent in lndon these will HADLXH NIGHTINGALE.St. St. Anutio thus 8ih day June. 1635.
have but it intended
mnt ofG HOC Kill: Eli Wholerale. or Ret..it.lly always precedence to give .
t;Iftttl. A great porticu! uf the Flnridas. e- the entire report running down to the earliest MaryX May 80,1835.ORTIBOPEUY RODEnT RAYMOND Rl-lD.
t res.tt will enable him
rially Kast South Florida it ,should keeping two to Judge Sup. Court Dist. E. F.
or. us cond.low he will date*. The Jurist ia published in monthly number s
purchase hereby supply hi
U& it Jutinguithed l.y valuable. produce& cuitomcMat the lo>,.,t rates. He is grateful to* *nf two hundred and filly alE page.tbirt*'nnf Copy, attest
tiea and ti'i .cr.difTeriuc in this particular enstomera for put favor, and solicits them and I I which "given for Ten Dollar The Jurist OR DISTORTION OF THE FEET. K. B. GIRDS. Clerk. 10

from all other part.of the hutted Statt-, owe the public generally to call and examine hia as ort. has already received a subscription which war FH1 HIS important branch of surgtrr.the object TUITION r .

i-: snits ,,arm climate. Itsettrniivo tracts insist, before they purcna'eUewher,and .haU rant its continuance. fl of,wbicn i i. to remedy all deformities of
, ve chiefly owned l I.y largo proprietors ofn continue to r..ete goods by eft"> arrival from '; The tondtrit contains a report Chancery the feel,'hiving: lattersly become the subject ofpartieutaratientussInbnnc.end Of de FRl.YCIlIl.4111UII GERMAN z.>*
Cose, preference the latest and .
giving a rUDe
; at tuterjmao Several of this city.nf Ca. flaw York or whir .ood can be purchase onUM j>, it. treatment gvayts.MON8
low.... lie is determined do ni ns down tl) the earliest date J. J. U1L1.18A most (.dly
Conr ia and (7uha. Thir term to a j attended with decided uecesr.ibe subscriber w.induced respect
fylHin rnonec* I
tioHi ( safe Imsinesaonlf. ..1'1m '*U for r..h or eolate* Tbefatrtf scrim will consist of a retort of the during bia residence in Pari in 1831. ta the citizen of St. Augustine, that.
with norths have effected
. capitaliit nil ..,< tlrit,. all his f.Mxuata vary email advanceonthefiMcatt.andhopVa State Trial and Crown Cases devote much of bra tine to a thorough mvettiga* on ace,.nnt fr.be multiplicity of bit enf agetaent -
Already valuable .f I The series consist of the Laws ef the
plans i improvement one attention founts in the above oiemioud that
by atnct to I tinn of it* theory and practice; and under the Languages
ef which" the union byn.il road of the \ra busmen and 'M really reduced pries of his good United Slate t edited by Aaron O. Dayton. Eq in.uueti II ten cf the St. Jnlm's and Huunnnce Riven; tu give ..nry'.ati..fattion in his power.Allnrdrra Each tenet will consist thirteen numbers of he flatters himself that he has acquired such English. and will now devote himself entirely tn
II tad now we find another is immexliat1!v no- thankfully received and punctually 256 puree per annum at the rat(of Tea Dollan. knowledge! << of the art as enables him with confidence these languages lie takes this method of informing

I mplaictl,nf a short rut l la>canal or rail road altrtided to b) the IlClbii '. most obMt serv't. Subscriber may take all or either of them.It tn offer bar service to the Public. All defects these parent who wi-hto have their children "

. from St JOlt,...*.. the finest hay i in the Gulf JOHN HEDRICK.St will thus be seen much that this below work that will give which to of the feet mat be dividnd late twe classes; taught on an improved and easy meibod.Uuit a
or Mexico Angustiue.Aucnst 13th, Itlt5. subKciibera a rate at the Congenital or auto aa occur before birth;and a fw young ladie cia be r-eli.d. either at bia
I..kr.imiro. the
and, to AppaUchifola 1
, suck work have been heretofore told.Law Bfr-k' rr.ncbtlu.at IdA
accidental those which take at different Ur.reck'.lroanla.lrpUISIO
River whereby an island 1I'.illlttoa ] f tenders his aarvicea to the.. indispensable to the profession t and that members period after it;and duty are produced place by a variety >l.or at Dr. Porehet'm Lair pat 4 1 b 6 P. I
trill be cituliliihe-l the entire distance I Dn.'IEDnS Augustine and tha adjacent ;.: of the bar who reside in the interior will ef causes affecting the ossieua. muscular or ligatnentousvatem. Ma .

. j-etnef n the Mitsitiippi" I and S,. JosapUi.... Country,in the various branches orbit profes davit the advantage if receiving them by snail.10 All these cues stay be e-m !I'M class! of yon ng Gentlemen meets erv afternoon
. The whole of the stork has beet taken chiefly ion. as to put them in possession thelatest decisions pletsly and permanently cnred. Tb time rt3 from 9 to 4 P M.Farther notice wiHb

by PlerUitof.' [New York Istar.R4ILa0Anlatr IIi i nftlce !i. in the bouse recently oernpird by in this country and in England immediately after airs to accomplish a cur. mnt necearily given when his German CU**, at Jod|" ...
---- \ Dr ,:i8imona in Charlotte Street. they are delivered The publisher give an assurance spend upon the nature: and degree ef the deformity Smith' will commence.
1I I PIIEB. \\'" believe It iaktionn that the work will hereafter be regularly ; and the age and tate ef health of the pa Private Tuition early. ta the morning and late
issued and fakes tho to refer the who
JVOTBCI1.ALL liberty in tbe afternoon.
thr tient.
Jta..raMr to !
excep reside in ahA large cities to his agent, through
. those vrbo have been on the Charleston and rwona having demands a gsjost the I, whom the numbers can be received free orpllt.I A congenital ,aggravated ease of ten Jllne3d.I8"J5. 0_
I August Rallr oad,that that work i.. in a .. "William Harvey, dee. will prttrnttbeoi I I ace; DUFF GRbEN. yearaatanoin;having been completely rectified. l '
treat parutouttruetcd on ilea driven into properly attested and all persons indebted siff0n City 1835. I8hODldttiroul o* ocular proof may satisfy NOTICE.; .

t. tamhri, thus avoiding cnbankuiciita. easily: to said Estate will make immediate payment to .. --.- themselves' application. \VII.IJlCIJEL.lo M. D. TIIF.SUDSCfUUF.nwillr\: ,";.,
i procuring long level, and tiring wiiUal ex- t neC') 17th. 1834.MR talk paid fop Wood. N..2Srt. King St ,Charleston 8. Ca. the Military road between Pfcotiti and New

crrdinglycheeponly 84.5IX: ntiiile iiuteady I Subscriber wishes to purchase* (rom P. 8. Persons abroad wishing information, nans vill*.ti commence the 20th inst. Pn.fa.
t C50.000, aa some of our Railroad at the !I Iorlh ;t.Or.f9ICB. THE t* two hundred cords of good sound will please address their'letter (post Paid.) renee willb given to white p ro8sifainSIcirnt

t cost. It if nnoirjer, aoil a novel fea- 'lUHLLIPS assistant LUiHT-WOOD, for which he will pay the Ch.rllaloll.4th Juae.ld35.Venae. number can be ohtained Parlous wuhingem .
c tare uf American cuterprtze. A,yet it liasinswered receive six more enga/ed( .under an hie tui I I cash. JAB HANSON. plnyment,will apply immediately. the nbfcri -

.. admirably The road in question tion. He tendcrehisgrateful pup acknowledgement I St. Aaa.tine.U'I27lh.1835. Est Waated. bust bit omee at 6'F-nocis rr cbiorathi.rt. ..

. Ins the appearance of a bridge, and the piles fur tbe; patronage het baa received during hit residence will give a liberal price for the hire of six able dines at Judge Reid' ia 8t.AII.natin.. These l
are tomtlieae.Dr afrightful her ht. WhetherWHS nf three ears in this J't.O'J'ZIJB. I 1ilala the Coontrycan.ippty toJ L'WillUaw.
a ) city respectfully bodied men to work at the Saw Mill at Pet.
mode will he much introduced remains cite a continuance of it THE Subscriber informs the inhabitants of lice,'. Creek., Cash will be paid monthly required Eq at the town ef Bayard on 'the St. John I

tI obeseea. The BangorWhfc thinks trill The followinbranrbesaretaught" in hia school, Augustine and of the country general and I wish to contract by the thousand RitoreppoaitePicolats. F. L DANCY ) .
1 be Orlbngra hy. Lip i.h Grammar Arithmetic that tuning resumed business his old atandFleischman' Lieut, &Act. Act Qr. Master. <
excellent improvement to olivlaUi the \VritiDf' or by the cord for any quantity of Cypress log, .
St. lit 1W6.Qeraghty
July ,
I eeep ificws. in the intended railroad from and Hook Keeping Gf' Wharf) he intends to dispose of to be delivered at said Mill, the timber to be cut _Aufnitine. f
. Ponlaad to Quebec. N. y. Star. : Rboiorie Natural Pniloopby, Mythology Trig its hrga clock of groceries lad dry goods,such on or oat of the Mill tract. !lid'. i
f onometry.Geometry Mensuration. Navigation vices aa be is sure will give satisfaction and be THEO. FLOTARD. Jell ,

1t Tilt and,Surveying,-also French hod the Cr.t Rndt begs his friends and the public to call sad judge St. Augustine, Usy 27tb 183:). 8-if. Mtniat Teller, St. Javsfute. f .
6rANUK0s. Much bnshreu Mid of menta of Latin. for themselves.In .

. &* jf atnt* of tha Spaniards and m Eog..l i I Young Ladies are instructed in an apartment addition to the stock which be brought from HAS acaertmeat create at of his good store*of recently a... .; rpc/ilJ.opened. .

... .JjJ i it is a generally received opinion that appropriated to their ale. use.TBRMS 'New York in March last and the late stock oil NOTICE. which lie will sell at* email advance, 'above.alie .

'y are jealous race but I never found which are moderate, may be known on D. Baldwin aad Co he has received a supply of QT Wishief to escsrtsio.for purposes which New York price*-I will keep oa hand;Hate,
I hem such-quite the (contrary. Ia Madrid application at hit Academy. seasonable good by the recent arrival of the Sch.Bttdrod are considered to be of the first importance,what Boots 8hoand Ganiletnao'a Weariof APP*.

. 1 tatrried woman can sea to any how she lay'. 3d, 1836. from New York all ef which be will is the real arooont injury produced by the unexampled eel.and various other articles io the elotluifg tin*.
sell for cash or approved credit. ., .
1HI,0f' wkb whom she aster weather of last winter I would fur'Winter and Summer dr***
If been pleases. They E estate .f JJadreM''} Wilson. TIIEO. FLOTARD. b*thankful to the owner of OraogviU in the BTtfentlenian'* ebtilog made to or.*V and
jwfbthave a different people when WOTICEU hereby given, That sit monuta May 19ih, 1835. City, if they will b*so obliging a* to furoUh m* the most(fasliionakl and
manner, warranted
sly m
. rems.see and Spa&U4i plays. old ;111, aRer the date hereof the cnbwribtr.administijatoroftba J wit be nnmbf of trees which they have bad destroyed. to fit.
i *.*., I RtM, were wr'men; but itaIM aasn Estate of Andrew Wilson late of NOTICE. together: with their ages arid then annual

, Defend bW oftfee people i wero then. truly j 8t Johns County deceased.r 1l present the ae PERSONS having demands against the product,aa near as can be ascertained.June "Ud1'RECEIVED on eoa isttuitaf. a Spfeo.

t aid,I can wkb truth, say tbat en aation co lit olbia administration to the I 4 jonorsbto the ALL of Andrew J. 1'.dI.dec., are reqnes 30 1B35. E...B. COULD. .. did assortment r..aa'.e.' ready made
w taewardrH) Hcterceae aDore County Court ofriidCoonty for adjustment,and ted to render them in duly attested within iwo cl tbin'.9t..C\tU.ner."a. tsid straw

tI ..... thareagh and radical rerct,.". tin tae will Thereafter pray Uavetobe discharged tearsfrom this date and time indebted will Heroes fer 'Male.o bats.-ail cf which will lad !hy tthftftnk are. .
tAe Whele'l'' from. lu* Administration. please make immediate payment to GOOD barnesa an l daddle boric lor.at., tail at very trifling advance. from N Y"" k'!iirea. .
r Iltett Jourrptt; : UI o f EDWIN T, JENCKE8. O. HOWARD, 4llp'r. tfM apply at this office or at Allen's, stables, 'r FLQTA. t'. .

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fto*He Sfctenfef Qnaiu.I THE Rioter Packet Sear. 30:
Cloud 81ft,10
THE 8AMUEL 8. HILLS. LiaanSotiTBwics bare bees as Rala batlestvs.
I BY LWT etnOfa, Of .ATucD.w Matter will cos (jaslity-.. t; :11 Cloud r
,. aurri ageynwcbntawritlaot! _____ tinea running between tie above tad" 44 1m
lit'" 1dlt{ .t "" .1 ports,tferoesbcBt the yaar. In so 8 W
MA&m" ) Marts Her Cabin b coaraodiooa and handtomsiy assortment so N E
And iM.aIet I
IDd toted for the
farnlelud up..Jy aceo.mo.dation : FANCY !
So tffWwWIf Brekeat ofptjotegere. Tbo table will be supplied Mil t : 42 FFair
!II with the best the Market afford. Cant. 8.talesUna aaastitr. 40 N E
What,Uiosfbtfet eov'oaat be made I opportunity to return bia grateful thanks for At tbia '46
B.Batfa fee. eye of Beam, past favors and-ta solicit a continuance of the PERIQR, liD 8W

Aid a..|ti .fro*took here.above patreaago orbli friend and the public. others,each Sol S E
Sa. Augustine,July" 3d. 183t. BiBtst W
: ; 56
Attewt..."... givers. I
ly :
Waal ibeafb to Goda ova record fair, WVdT RECEIVED en consignment,a splendid cooling 60 V..le 'rat 18..
leikrealelee'tBevewThat assortment of seasonable. ready made axeeUent mailny a : : 61 d w .bower 1111,
e1o\h D.9 eases: of Beaver,also silk end straw ; 54
'ttrat eefteedod,elk wo lord* b u-all which I will sell by wholesale or re Also, ;
la easy afritf worn brow. tail at vary trifling advance from N York prMet.T. eapenor I' 5Q N E
of the : 61 E
FLOTA U. peaty I
for few dial sttsd before the shrine June, 10th. 1E35. HOT !' 41V Cloud,

Whets. atr rfego owe art plighted. with All milk the : 4U N \V Fair .

&.a..,.,sat Ue witaariag doom Tie Silk .,.It rll'. ..on. the most i 53 40 .N E ..

nat leads...rii promise ebgbled. txecotifo Committee of tho Hartford ,5.1 E .
THE Silk Society, have commenced e S..
Woman eeefte'iBf woman,brings monthly Publication called the Silk Cnlturist : sa b2 N E rI cI
Her aH.aad tttkta it tain, and Farmers' ManualThe I t1 W
of the publication is to dist e&matea BY '44 N W d" "
And oA At aeto rstarn she rttpebte&eeae' object t "t.dl t
thorough knowledge of the cultivation alibi entered io I 47 E
dark despair* Unlberry Tree, in ell Ira varieties-the rearingof tars I I i 41NE J

She he,k feer of earth Silk Worms-Tbe productions of C ocoons. tioaal order aZCUI17VLATIOJr. 1I
gives Kopee ,
I will
and the Reeling of Silk, in the moat approved I
And oft bet fctftt of baavlB; method. The importance of this knowltogo will House in : maximnm 63.8 Minimum 47.& ,
And...a sad,tee kt is feere., appear from the fact,that the net product of Ian 1 day of July ;; winds f N E. s
Tin&.'.of..'e! fe'ea are riran. devoted to the calculi 01 Silk is doable, if not in the :24; Cloudy 3 ; Rao4? I
l triple,to that derived from any other crop which that day, & 1
Far A*.creation's JoidSfbr,whom caa be pat open it It, is also a fact that every I all that \suiot or TBB Ta.ason.a rt& c
moderate r.rm.rcaD n several hundred doRan I the orange 4 : .. 1833. 1834. UD FAIT or It The eaerifiee made., worth of Silk without interfering with his ordinary ing in the I i.. t
Forgets that ewe than one:weataik'd, agricultural operations. Rot in order to bounding 10' f D. t
And Wiui b Jove betray'dj)' avail himself' this facility,to obtain competency Sooth and :f i 8 t
end wealth, which our soil aDd climate have given the north by r T'" :.! c
ADd sops there.....ob,many each bin,,be must pones himselfofinformation on I Baker, : ct e- I
Whom sordid motive I the subject-for without it his attempts will be that piece ._eft__=t ., _. =r t
ewey.Wfco fruitless. It is therefore the object of the Committee being in the I :eR j. t.
plat their faith.and take tbtir TOW*, to diffuse this information eitensively 1 north of the ...I

And p.rjer" turn awsjr.tort .. I u possible, and at the cheapest rate. The publi.I .I ded on the I :" :! ... !1-t .Ii V
cation will contain a complete manual or directory I aid city of .
,human hive,myeteriene thing! from."mthe teed to reeling the silk together Westby t erC.a--.erMm: .s e e
How many graves but t&eo, with such facts and experiments, ee will Lands of 1 / :::gs= 5'!: t4 t i i 'I
enable farmers to raise SlUe and prepare it for front on the :rtat. .q .q :"I! adw a
And not a few p.reMnc.wsn do, market.without farther knowledge assistance.. nine feet I I C?d :at: ii .. : r i
By broken aamigevow.T ., It will also contain interesting cutter on agricultural ....-Auo I r att *":.c 18..
subjects in general. of land I ,, !2i .G :, Iib IiF:
e marriage row!a si ken chain Terms:-Tbe Coltnrist will to published i in North of the I --. : q."nQ) 0 .. .r.- lib
luffltarSstiBweeaH; monthly numbers of Eight Quarto Pages at 60ClDtil miles from f Goer =@ n -4P,. !i$ Fh..
But sanalss esnb eta show sUeitItU ,ur. No subscription will be received red acres, !vqrr, .aene. .... :1.11: E
nnlese paid In advance, and for not lets than a the 12th w 'LJ" .
sot thai with all.Th ear. June ii &>&; i : 10
y Subscriptions received by F. G. Comstock 'aa'01! 1:, Ie<
Btrriajs: TOW? then name' it not, Sec'ry Hertford, (Conn.) to whom also. Com lp 1 I | ..Ra.r.;.Hl'll 'T I not for me I wean, emnicatione may be addressed, which if POll -
For all twoB&d in ruins ad,i paid will be attended to OF THE WZATBEft rots Tfll JC05Tfor lit
Aod broken licks are wen.: 07 Editors who will copy the above,shall receive i AMIL. Si
tbe publication for oDe.u. tb
Hartford.Aptil, 1635. Itt j M *
FEMALE F ITJI'Ir Thomas H. I ii' a ar
bliss L.E. LA.DOlC. I ly G. i: ; : I e- E KTFair. si ho
FOR SALE. ander I ....
Ih.I..eIotI when the I
eu ray ligbt S A VERY Fine tract or land containing 400 Lawton I i 50 S E hiv
Of blip was on brew '
your ;
acre,situated on the water of Jalinf a
That bliss has saak in .orr. ',night, Creek. Ii ia wall timbered wttb Cypress, Cedar. ON I 58 of

And yet she loves yoa. Lire Oak and Pint.tad hat upon it a Urge wild appear by a 57V 811
Orange Groe. It nay be had oo aeeommoda mines, ;I' ; 48 8V Moraingorereut: ui
She loved yea when your Joyoai tow, flog terma. Apply' the office ofDOVGLAS Nathaniel ; 44 NW iocy::

Taught,,,, heart to thrill; June & LEVY. Lawton I: 55 Ithi
17th, 113f.
Court: the 45
The eweetaesa of that tongoe, PlOD., part of the I I 51 N E let

Andyet-sbe loves yon. U. Morses Dp Hale! Gordon, 61 S E !RaiD in tbo ttg t- seethe

Bite wbea GOOD harness aDd Saddle boraaa oral, Thorn i 56 N E
lorsdyou proudly a the United
you etept i i
'Ppll.t 1 this ffici at AUen'latabl... 47
or r'I .
The esyeet ....gay; lau 3cI 1134. 9GelceRda w named 55 rant
c j'I w e
That pnlo she blight of time hu swept twentieth 60 8 E lets!

Unlike berlera, away.ffbo Mill.THE bill will : : ] GO N E Cldy '1
Subscriber Informl the pablio that ha And it is I "" till
loved yon borne and heart furnish Lumber cut to order at the t fished once i 50 Var. Ur
otana .:. ..u.could bout following prices; of March 59 N E Farr aa:
Sie saw that smite decay- Andtb.n Bails, doors,......Ac. A. A. m, rr|1'
aba.loved .
sett.Ob 68 S
yoa 915 per H. for Weather boarding, acaotlinf cadii
lout and fnmin,. 68
,each the gooerono faith: that grows $10 per &,. for merchantable. A true i : 63 8V Shont lID J p.1f tab'
I Io woman's gentle .breast; 82 per M. ton taken at the Mill.THEO.FLOTARD.. 62 N E Rain vet

TieUkotbeetartfeatstaya andglowaAleat 59 Cldy artfn
la aJgbis dark vett;\ Jane 3d. 66 E Fair. +
64 8ERain wet
That etaya beoaee ooh other ray To I'rl 61 S W Fair. tin
flu left the lonely chore; I8 HEREBY and all GIVEN persona entitled to the to creditors, leKatees 1 itiad

And that te waftderor on bia way in the estate of Ambrose Hull diltribatiO.1 THE 51 N E
Then waste SIR light the more. damn against said estate will ba 58 E cl.n

t _____._ __ . .-_ the Qamob.prsaated within two year*. I lug Secretary a 00' S E I
"T B. A. PUTNAM Adm'r. betwh
ftetice te Bidlilers.T MafSth I ""Q dollars,and BXCAMTULATlOy.> >> ,
have for tale at my landing on the JuliagtnA wi State lob maximum, 74.5; minimum 57,* bets
A St. John's River from ambuadred e VALIIAtI I':! PROPERTY winds 8. E.
tboostad Bricks, at eight dol7ua per .Fe.. It bae ,24; cloudy ; rain 2.RaBirks.. the
trod, they art ape eke amaller than tba Sale. J the money gal;
Cbrtest&n. and Bevaaota Bricks, as for the ONE LARGE STONE HOUSE State or to MAT. lUG
ly tftey tro oa al to them if cot superior. 1aaJ. and LOT situated in front ef the Bat hot in 'J ; ere
prepared to foraitb those that wish to purchase, a. Sea Wall. conform to 3 fro
ors Iteiidfed tbeaetad every thii,da,.if required One HOUSE and LOT i in act, end : n : Remar' for
.or I will get tbera. ready aa otherwise order Cbarlotte.Sueet in excellent repair.at present in Treasury. 6- for
ed' by f icing doe notice.N the occupation Charles Robion. Esq. It will be I .' try,
B. Tbe Jefcsfton Creek b fiAeen miles One HOUSE and LOT ia Artillery Lane, oo pect, to 63 E Fur foal
above JteftsooviKe,and baa a safe: harbor aad copied by Judge Gonad United 59 Var. BAit t'ate
tafTOfasltbatotiieaptba&t. John's, can lead : For terms,apply f toJOHN any one 01' 68 E Farr UGh
f from a plaak etwy I...... ,. M. FONTANE.Agent. receipts e.t J Strong .r....
REUBEN LOEING. made,and I 63 Tbaacler .bower P Y red
It AagaatiBO.May aria, 1836. t3-tf.NOTIC NOTICE Asa :: the.
ot tt
HEREBY GIVEN that boob forrecelv. 3d of
IS laste
subscriptions to the capital stock of T&s"Sotttkcn its being ; 66 d\V
feee for 70 m
ALL PERSONS baving demands againtt the will be opened LiftBmesct at the office sma of Tkemu TVvst Corttpasf'Douglas, I of State or i 67 N\\ boat

to,...ta.,Andrew teas in dal).,peck deI1IcI.dec.,within are reqaeete ,iwo- *?. in the city of St Augustine on the second after the lat I 11 71 616.1N8 E I I Ii
day November Cool end pi'IA'
'n.dtIt Oats next at 10 A M. and will I be Feee for teared
Tan and those
fkato nuke. etandiate/ indebted will kept open from time to time by adjournment aatil drawings, : 63 S E Fresh breeze. '
O.HQWARDAiaV.ptymeat to the whole of the stock shall be subscribed,note_* be i. 68\V Rain uwr aD4lipsi1f woIs
ceeding thirty days.. tent Office 66
July 1,1861. I In
: LOT CLARKE. ) than five : 63 9E Fair ,1JOO
XBTIICE.R ROBT.RAYMOND REID Com',.. will not be : ti's E rmla .ntU. ,
.. PHILUPSaaviegtegacedanaatstant June 3d.1835. ti8 E 1 flab ,
,. ttifl receive ;- D.,.., 66 .
eix more nupidandar his tnitiea. at Etsui* I 1'0"rtel;
.RoteiriefokasgsjeJaffhnowIedgtmente UNnI Stts&le.J 63 N Raiz,) j
for be patronage be bu reoelved doring bia tat A NEW Ure" Stable I 70 Fair'p
now opened near J. BTTbe 1 +
dream .... ia this 66
yean city, CCdy 8rorsty.
respectfully eoU* Jkm. H. Haasen'e story on Charlotte Street' laws will I aetie .
I OjHaeofiBtioBtBoeorit The foiewttf kraaehei where hors wW be kept by the day,week or and eand 3 = E F.1r -
.retatPtlaltblehoo'. asontii,on reasonable terms like wise
t! ; boraee and the Patent duet
Grammar Writiq.Au .
carriages to biro by the hour or des b
i f ,
:amts Beek w-G.oattry. IIIstOI 83 8 E T
IUaetorb. N..PWIot ,.". Mtbo1 Trig, April.. O.HOWARD. Val I 63 't eetke ,
eta.8.. 2. Heasgratioo. NsvfandSurreyt ton l-tI 8Q (
g Freed!) and tbe first Iladi. Estate' PePtat4i .,Eat" li 6B 14 i iti:
Btataefititsj.Yoaff e t v 11HE 70 E ohl

UAeearo ioatmoud ia aa apartment THE SUBSCRIBER hating obtained Let situated on Maxieioej.T9,5j itiaimnm6'.rI. nit
., pftttad to their e..la aae, of Administration on the above Estate aeadiat ri. Winds. E end 8 E.Cloudy !
,.UA i are auderate,may be known oa lam the Hen.the count,roust of 8t Johns coon comprising i.d .g.16 J 3; Raia 4- Pta-.
t,.all | i.i Stat
'H1eatioD at hit Aesdemy.bay perin.>h.tinjcUima are desired to present with i.I
f 3d,16.OTICE &hi.. ae thin the time prescribed by Uw, end a ; bel
all I persona indebted .... reqoirodto make lame* log tract e of 500 .....tAR..3ieB ifetfct Welattl
........ ., ........, WlI tI d PClm a. ANIJUW ANDERSON. mda uvth PEUON811a1iq ekkafer dams
I. hereby tIe. ThaI..iI moo Ls Wfb prU,1833- a superior g 9g eay cats* whatever against tile Btu he
a1*.,the date hereof tfco eobseriber,adminEetato Mafiaix.kteof Oaval Coaatf,3eoeaM Ti
r ott of Andrew WBeoaUu of mentioned to pressat them daly authentistw I k
A It.'"C.nay.deeeue4w81 'reseal' the.0> NOTICE ia ef the .....,. AUaesoaats, ckt er II .
eosat 0I1Ht a.....ndoa 10 tbs IInonble the &jAtSSi&3& to the*a. 'Dllr.lce. not; preested wkhiatiepwicd et- as.
Covey CU.rt f.w County r.ac1Jmment.t id With the die date Bereof. II fII1I1I red''* oral
tbath.:! .......ler pn I_"lobe dllelarpd ffi' rafesfcsSSof aesroet. ia ,11.barred of _if Jaw. 4 1tai. ..
llfss Adatiae. Eetite ttU ;
Gtoaoe uu. &ad sir) to th rat too said ......
' eDWUf i T. IENtREa.I Cuu,tits .ideo0nly.deceaeed7 plantation .ay' batdm9kttt....olllpflt! ....
tt.bbts .01. t- 81 CHARLE' W.CLARK E taiba ; : A. .:,at et. A .
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