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 27, 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
oclc - 02261128
notis - AKP5523
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System ID: UF00079917:00058
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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I ."ISCI1I .""'tt. .rs.Frosa was at any rate, creel Tb.*,Dual Ameri her tu BuglauU, and b. ing of an eccentric there yesterday while their constituents Toe cuiToaz or $u.& ts AMXAICA. Incuriously

-- can being liberated by Louis XVIII proceeded turn and penurious be returned tu bit em were at nark all day" the yntrnct of thou. looking over the "S 1k Colturist
Mt Need if Military Megoune. immediately to passports for his return ploymeut in Malta. Two years afterwards ; lands, pilling down Glen'e bouse-and not' and Farmer's lIaaoa!"for Aug&st a monthly

THECHEVALIER DUG-. to America, to pursue tne im poster. In be received a letter from Coutt's bank, stating j one ammg those thousands was there who periodical published at Hartford Conn.,

About the time More to left this country' the meantime, the chevalier bad arrived that his dater w % dead and Ib.it Jr10- !t t I i: appeared to sympathize for the we bawl been perfectly astonished with the

tojniG Alexander there appeared among utaebaraetr in Paris, where be bad purchased largo bo { (XaJ were drposiie' iu their bands, arising there oily regret was, that the Justus wbicb interest which this important subject baa already

..bo styled himself the "'Cbev- 1; tel..and lived like nn Emperor. It was du.1 out of a legacy left him by ber. He was so w.is bang meted out to him for the sufferingsand excited throughout the United States,

tfierdti 0-,** and who fur a season* eewired i ring this time that we visited him.having been much affected at the loss of his sis-er, that ruu he bad brought upon many poor and who the Amount of valuable infoima*

notoriety io the highest circle of to acquainted with bimduring his sojourn in America : be would uereraftrrnards sleep in a bed. ironist and orphan was obliged to bo doe tion respecting the worms and mulberry,and

eW where be figured; ate time when thename Every apartment was richly decorated Within the last I month-. lat'bas received wilawblly..ty.ne the D.-ruland carious historical details collected .
of Buonaparte ws In the mouth of with a colllection of rare palm .- lette.. from Paris Vicuna aud different purta nnecdntes might bo told of the con by the conductors of that valuable pub .

nBe. Although year have passed away Here we saw him with biserossesdiamondrings of Europe. anuoun, iug large suin being t & cI"- duetof hi. mob ii their works of destruction, lication. \\e boj-e it will meet with extensive -
. IY' y since this mysterious personage trod the and even bit little paper ei ar.. Hespoke ported in tbe JJauks for nitsAt Vienna but I w ill} defer them for tbe present as I am patronage Tb! inzenioos plan reeo

American toil time hai not effaced the im- of his travels,inquired after bit American lOO.OOOfr.; at Pans a person vfferrri him sirs at heart what 1 have seen, beard and mended of attempting the g owth several)

<***fan then mad upon our Blind when be friends and appeared delighted at the : ,#; (0UOp for bit receipt in full fur all sniouut .itf al" rehend.. Yin can itt Jinl what a crops in the warm season aud which we
ttract pr +d aim**! universal) notice io the city j treatment be received whilst abroad at bis.disposal in that city. Ou the 5th of place this is. Men whom you would never learn is entir-lv practicable in Florida to

....re he retided. Perhaps there. may be I A very short time after his interview with this month be set sail hence in tbe Onmtti, su uect, are behind the scene and J"allnen tbe number of three successive generations

. tome, whuwiih the writer of this article ',his strange character what was my astonish for Merseilles. wan -trri"ud. to -idea/or to and boy dance At their bidding. We all, b..weyer. from eggs of the previous year,
ittl rrmeraber the individual whose prince I m'ent when partaking or.It.II..or..ni..U.. ,'* j find out who (je it. ar"Vrry"ec have nu ptilice-no watchmen, not even to is worthy of sent.useonsi"ention. The couth -
deportment.. whilst occupying the roomsof In one of tbe cafes.*' tn find In the Mont't ear !" centric. His employer could scarcely ever cry the hour--the box iq iny neig
rw fashionable hotel, was the occasion ..r.o :the tragic end of the notorious chevalier,.who I,! induce him tu partake dilucr a. .. rcg- has not been entered since last 'Thurs.I hy the manufacturers of tbe nut tb with an a*

miser stories;;aDd they may unt havefurgot- ,won so many favors in Pennsylvania*, and I lair meal it ith him. lie generally took his uight aud if n coiuplaint were to be made, hundant supply of cocoons, the same as they
., sits the tale, or the sequel connected ith :who bad defrauded an innocent youth I! dinner in a cuucb house and t cuu.uted of we slave no one t" make it lo. And then to du with their cotton. It ia thought the fall

, ibis. notorious member of the Ilea of hon. The Chevalier, it would appear fancied: a few hot potatoes au onion w twig, and luuk.t the fronts .those splendid three story better time for' planting tbe mulberry seeds.We .
that the young Carolinian hid: perished like bread and Guzochee; its entire talus .|d. dwellings ornamental to the city, as well subjoin two extracts from this Journal

. I ourThe Chevalier was a man of remarkable Toa..iat L'Ouvertun. in a dungeon but His supposed mother and 'trutlur remain 4. a luxury, to he ure, tn their occupants ofmuch interest. Connecticut is the State

.e. ,arance Mod it is ant strung that those the impostor with all bit titles and de..ora.1 here and reside at Civiia VecchU; tae Utter and owners-gazed at by ourselves and the in which the culture of Silk was first undertaken

r.I nbotn". be visited should have "ren irnj;'ted lions .....0 ra t his desperate .. ]I is being; tr lined up as .1 priest. Carlo has strangers who visit our city, with tbe just and to any considerable extent and whereit '

r.r by his elegant m nnert, bis studied po evening as the the elixirs of the O"oYllard'l I provided amply fur doth ol them lit- earned sarcastic remark ilia i Baltimore if mob tows is prosecuted with mum success than any

r vow!IrtfnfM, in fur as believe that he was some jeer, arrrancedun the iiromeniides. the chevalier his peuunuusues*. with regard to himself yet, and (bids fair vr to lie so. The fart is. where else iu the United States.

wheal monarch, travailing incognito, Dress had scarcely' seated hil..,,.,,. tiben he so far that uUe time be made a pair of uiy dear sir, I hav been told by those who N. Y. Star. JAII&aICAII

.e red as he ease in the mo?t costly apparel' was recognized bv the foreigner whom be shoes; and thinking th .t act nut abe extent entirely were here anti witnessed the sane of 1812 SILK in 1791. We bare in

I sad in the possession of no many diamondttagt bad tnuphtttcroM the Atlantic and who v48 i i I tu which be wished tu curry b saving; that that was a"null affair tu' thn -and the our poasesMoii several samples of beautiful ,

II and snuffboxes it was aitllrall.t belie on he eve starling: for 1I.'r.'h.. meet I! propensities, unmade thrm too large,tualluw miirderoui* scud blood letting part ufit was chneaul. silk snide in $erlia in tbi sate,

re. in part the stories circulated about inc; produced a sensation which drew rowdsof 1 i lug his grow tug; and as be observed;because not to he compared in any shape to the affair iu the year 1791.by Mrs.Elba m Brandegee,
The gnzettes were fill, d I I t'tey would uut wear uut soon He spent a ul last Saturday night.i
I t? tlmt be spectators
IHD. 'ne were persuaded: teas they are takt n fiom dresses now to for (anaI -
Ferdinand VII of S aiu..rhom Napoleon with the eltraodiuI'r circumstance The. I great part of his tune at churches,and urdinarilycoufessed I ill of Mr. Brandegee. who that he delp-
t chevalier tired to his hotel and the ouce' a wet k. His forehead *Firtart aid tobeshot down dead. '
ex! lisQithed; oth.r.lotlk..d upnn him .s the ouug ed pick the leaves to feed I!, the worms, and
g Emperor's brother and no one could fancy Carolinian proceeded Imme lately: before aud eyes are thought line Napuleoa's, and POiTCIUPT.-Hal'past 12 o'clock. the silk was reeled b. his mother and wove
that be the kin:, and related the transaction to bismiO I some persons tbtuk! be is a sun dulls,from that fabric .
i f t a moinrnt was an ordinary per. Gov. Thomas over whom the Flag of our in that place. The u very "a. and
IJ I to seize tbe impo><*r: accordingly, they re* i t I mouvy, and (Ueuvr Lauristuo, one of Do.I country tbe Exchange and hundreds now are falling! into at e bright and fast. Tb..iMi fo v'_.tI..... .
- \Ve have some recollection of the Chevalier paired to the dwelling and found him at the uuparte's Aides de Camp iuquired after him the ranks with the determination to down i is wove uf red and black and was intended

. as he strolled down our streets with hisgreen table eating Tbe officer had a* arcety sit.tared while in Malta. the rioters {a night or die in the attempt.put I for II present to the lady of O"D..IVlllb
coat, and scarlet ribband the word.. '-Je viens au nom du Rol remembered,
impending> From thi KorfolJsJ/eraid. the phalanx a. soon as tbe streets ington, but f>some cu." not
the diamond cross-his chapeau under bit -." when tlie' cbivali escaped the ( have presume been tu ascertain wa never presented. Silk Cull"';" .
t generally paraded
arm. and his odorous paper sitar puffing the guillotine by plunging akuifrin bis onnheart. The follow a. extracts from a lette '6"rit- what strength it require will repair to *1770 filature was .,established Philadelphia .

smoke at he walked along. lie seemed at ten on Motiddy. w ichwe rec iud by the the Armory, herever may the dcpo- i nd premiums ann uuced.In .
or arms are
borne sod would bare thought, on seeing', From enquiries mode whilst on the spot of J I SiC4tu boat Columbus. contain nuuie inter sited and epuip themselves. God help 1771. about 230011... were Brought
.. biro step that be was some deposed mono this trade KCfne, about 'he chevalier we Ij terestiog, |Mr titular* uut inclosed by the papers us! there to reel. The ladies in particular gavs

orb, "ltO. n..d of parading io the garden wire were informed tbit bit real name pas r and contiuue the untrauve of occurrences |I much attention to tbe subject; as early as

ef bi, palace or capital was now doomed to Denis.,' the son of a barber and had risen tu tbe hour ol the boats departure out SINGULAR ANCCCUTK or TRIE: Brtoca 1770 Susanna Wright ef Lancaster county

mingle with the crowd ''unknowing and trim a similar situation in a regiment to the o'clock ou that day: with obtenxitioni on the Utility ofAnti indtetroyfag at Colombia, made a piece of aantau efw

1lAaW twkn'tnn. Although without any ret- rank of lieutenant colonel; and bat he wasa Btfltttuure has hcen justly said toexceliu ttnomoia ,inlttt.. By Capt. yards ia length from her own cocoons.
IIM.I..I crosses were sufficient tu lead the member of the 'legion of honor;' bad ber inouuuieuis, rail roads cud shift or clij" Baenold. To give eelat'o these colonial designs the

euri ius to innumerable conjectures. E,cry fought in the Army of Italy, but for some per building And .iltcr ibis there is nu city or Desirous of ascertaining the natural food queeu of Great Britain by deigning to appear

tHing about him bore some semblance of fal misconduct wa brok, and cane to America lowu in the world, that will nut i think, 1 of the scorpion.. I enclosed one (which me', iu a court dress from this American..ilk.Ye. .

len greatness, and it was not until the last where he passed himself tbe *''Cbev and very justly) award bur the mood ui excelling ; snred three quarters of an inch from the bead I, .. in American silk! but at the I're..nadl'

If.'J.. Irene took place in the French Metropolis, ; tlier du G." iu Alobs. \\ ill you believe u.e. I to tbe insertion of the tail) in 4 wM mouth all our silk dresses and even our ornaments
that bus real character tt hen J lull you,, th it from la.. Saturday be iuijorted.
was developed; ;i i vial together with one of those largo spiders for public buildings must.
vttwithsUnding, has sudden meal, eirous.a II"U'I'I'' evening, when the last snub couimeuceil I friends
disappear" J 1 so common in the Wet Indies and closed it 'Grace Fischer, a minister among
."$ the' subject' of many an evening' 'v. have obtained permission says the 'opes i ens it has ot lor vue un- I w ith H cork perforated by a quill for the admission made considerable silk stuff; a piece of brr'e

ittw. Loudon. Patriot. of January 7th. to lay be. DUll ccasoo since! Yet such is tbe fact! of Mir the inserts seemed carefully was pretenttd by Governor Dickin,nn. to
Iv.. ... ;
becameinitiated lethe V r. r. L L ....
The Chevalier soon a private letter "coniafning a riarraW&which Lfir- .ntW"f,0 she city will autos lit you iu part i to avoid each other retiring to the oppositezontally. tbe celebrated Catharine Maeauly. Manyi
,uott respectable ocietv, and participn* the iuterest of ro yesterday morning rinice hat period too t .' ? ...Ir... H.r._ .i l.tMM .......ur.orWtfacau '
borders liyfetiviugtffigfnOirlM r/niitf.;
upon (
n. <<
foreign ministers -
tH in the part" given t"i dwellings olJolm tileu. slain iNorlb Carolina I the
mance. at orpinn w.-is into contact with
vnhatsadors. lie enj' jed HO unsullied ... Beverly Junnsoo in Mouument
&IAL'A.J"n. O.IB34. ; the baa
spider'" a sharp took
until his and success at cncoon-er place.tbe SPLEMDID DESCRIPTION OF THE
dexterity .
rotation house N. of Uarnuui's Jesso t
ciMs. proved him to be a cara'Ster ofnu or :I.. A._child_ named_ Carlo. Fraurin" :o. arrived_ square lIuot.lb.. corner, Mayor of-our ctv. ,1vest ra.;, >ettastreet latter receiving: repeated t sting* fom Isis ALPS.
there -
in Malta SI years ago; then wing yearsold venomous> ersarapparentlynitbuut the
dmtrv kind. Many heads of fiimilies. who pith a Trieste woman bot! IIr whom nrar Charles; John B. Morris, ttouthSt. least injury and with his web, soon lashed I Much as we talk ornatar., there are pftCM -

jolted in the games Introduced by the Chevalisr 1 she said were ber sens. She came in searchof ., a Sew doom below the Market, Evau: T. thin scorf.iou's nil to bis back subsequently where we feel that our previous concep '

were not far (rom ruin. It was bow tier hu.lnud. a master of a trading Ebcott West Pratt.; Capt Beuziu;:er, of securing Im legs liD"' claws with the same tins! have been diraand uanow. He who '

ever fortunate that invitations were not sofreqttenUv vestel. (root whom she was sub%equentl se.Pcrated. tbe Cavalry near tbe jail lave alt l,ceu attacked material. Iu this state I left them some timein crosses>> Ibo Alps will. xpenence this scn.a- t

tendered to him and that his char. She took up her re.i-there iu Mnl- dung Saturday night aud last utgiit, I I order tu observe what effect wouldbe tidn, mingled with a certainty. that thousands .

act 'ra ku.i>''ctctl; nevertheless be continued tat 'and kept a tolerably rei'p-. table school, tall except the first named lust oi.;ht;) Mud produced on tbe spider b1 the of painters and poet! *, and millions of

bit visit to some families, who were and was enabled !>, that mrausto obtain a aihbcir rich and costly I furuiturv, wines liquors wounds he bad received. On my return, others live and die without even suspecting.

lull euatnnuret) with bus dignified and polish for herself M.I! the t,to Imys, &.e. &e., turned out iuto the street iu however wns disappointed the ants having tbe power scenery over the mind. Our

td manner until their door at lust were competency an"l to nny for their duration. Carlo became ) frout of those huildiugs, and a public bonfire I ent*.red cad destroyed them both. juorney across tbe Splogen! was to us, a day

tWd. and admittance forbidden.It a great proficient in the language, m&dit of them; unit this tau m the presence i In the West Indies, I have daily witnessed I memorable forever Our recollections are

was during this time that the Cbeynli<*rtaiine and at in e fly age unders ood M<e.r. I of tbuutands, and no uttempt whitetcr crowds of these little! insects destroying the of grandeur-gloomy vastorss -awful solitude .

iR'i"thb a young Carolinian busts German Spani.h' French aud Eng made b> any person to oppose thew! Tbou- spider or cockroach. As soon as be is despatched -eternnl eut liarity. There were mo
Nib iinanli-d. at the same mansion and who aud of thousands of dollars north mints during tbe.ascent oftkindstsant.: &
lish. II. was engaged) Mr. it bile: a< a |I sands tens they carry him 10Ib.irneal.: I have
Win desirous of acquiring knuwledg of able of hive heeD deatfUcdt, aud aili ue,r to n.e.11 buey..r leek. 'V'ueififeg uesr '
clerk and IM ing roth r an _i property frequently seen them go perpendicularly
the Freoch lancuacc. frequented the Cheniter's became amanuentis fur. eorre'r.on'deal. t i I liuui..r dollars will nut restore the city of the wall and although the weight would overcome up under the sun," if be be bas dwelt on a
.. chamber. Their friendship| breams Baltiuioretu that respectable standing ti filch i plain let him as coil a veritable m ,umaia.
Amoug'them tb ir uuitfd
aud fall
gifted efforts
highly the
...... _.. merchants not ao to
Wung 'u All w er1
Jt..7 sell
.t.aw i I I Public and br will find iu Awe,
an old geutleu.au..Ameslrech, ibout' it held two weeks ago. eeutitneut.dues ground perhaps twenty times in succession amaxement.gliNiniwonder
every day together. The young gcnilemanfrom uesiiattf to ascribe ah our nitsfor- and rapture, durin. wblehjou cannot
'to write letter nut
the Heuth.. enma tn the east vuihark_ __ 8 years ago.,.employed him .. tbe yet liv unremitting pe rsevcrauee. and the aid !smile combine elevate Tee road]
-- 1 uf Mayor of which to joo.
ill, UarIo 'tunes tu tbe imbecility
t.- Gsno4. which as greet was too reinforcement tb always succwwUJ. \
ff foreigner Prance, and was glad to full in with a >> signed:...Pro I., lir cii, V'*rl.. Franriugo.By his publication ..r '''Itcrda)'* date iu tblIlel.ublicln struggle: of this description;y ouce 'mused the winds up, and up, and up-a mad stream,
who h"rllu r..e.atll..h
trial coun means this letter fell iuto the banditof uf this morning is a striking eridotire. officers of his Majesty's ship Retribution for white| 1"14.na: thundering all day by its
silrv' try,and who could witbth" most vivid 1'0.l what must be his fate sub-torn slopes and cliffy" ano..u.l.lea| '
tbe Austrian Aintiastadur there who on Knotting nearly half an hour a largr centipede enter
l loans, describe and hut
every thing appeared article referred in | -then a plain a poor or a ragged
wrote to Malta to know after publishing the to, a ed tbe surrounded a concourse
the signature, gun room by
ifli-re.tKic the seeing : aud You and
to a traveller; he placed must and left his dwelling town some beggars. pause rest
fie there. The U..Yf'raq.nllleremAdt' handbill be cleared out of tbo deck for four five feet roaud
bow came ante; or aud
tohounded confidence in a man who pusses* and) then again up upi irdieg turning
inquiry a.d cummunicMted the aud its contents tu resist or)ild to the was covered; his body and limas were encrusted
, sed. as be thought the nobfcst heart and all fvery -sometimes through tremendous ravines
those amiable refinements urtlti petit maitre reply to the AmUa a-fo.. whose subsequentcorr Mubociacv ol that city,uf birh to was the with his Lilliputian enemies, and although --sometUaes hy rosgni&ent water fallssonleuimes -
of iudured tbeMarcbl..a. chief Egcutive! officer! Aud thus it was numbers were destroyed in his
pondeuce i u governor great
ft the palait rot al. In short the Chevalier along giddy and yawing gulfs-
,b uU of the uwellmgs vhicu lave fallen carried
hn hu that
iamucisd his cleve. aud becaae a second ... of llastintwben. uoue exertions to escape they ultimately yet shllap and apeben
was goverol.rsooffe. him an appointnu-muu- a pre} to this kind of popular vengeance him in triumph to their dwelling. In the
mentor to him. Tbe Delaware Mm nokar. the face of tbe earth ,and the
der gttvrrnment. ubicb Ctrlu -clidcd.. A were occupied at the tiuio they veto assaul woods near Sierra Leone I have several changes .
rice bound and the time of embarking short time after Carlo received atettei from ted. It ir said be has re-igned. je has times rein tbe entire skeletons of the snake grass fades nearly away* and the naked ever
\ at html!, their like that uf Orestn -
. and PtI.d.rho parting was Chevalier adder tbe Baok'at Munich aiating that .:7.000 was been seen this morning, however, walkingwith beautifully dissected by these minute ins to lasting rock*lift their gray backs through the
Carlo drew for 'LenttabU down Market street; but soil* The teanettsufsi* thousand years
qai ttd paid in it at'hit disposal. a mists.
tbe young American in nearly these that wbose then Ac paramount 1 would have beat against them. Now tbe road
eo.00t1, and the bank f strut afterwards powers were From these circumstances it appear
"ord.oa. going, dear friend to .
ere my steals through desert of endless. stones,broken
ay native ftoVl should like to was,,all he goi of It f}uch a variety oi coriuus CHnnutsay. hunt ltE".rl'J" bis cleared that ants are a,consider able check to the increase : a
JOI.i hut outteess of forbids it. vn.is induced him to ask bis apposed out -bis property (household. was sent of those venomous reptiles* so .troub and scattered about now through along
importance dark
I shill three months in the motbrr who ho va.. She said she did not diiwu tu For sty"t eery yesterdai, and his lesome in the torrid zone;their industry, per. gallery wet and dripping now at

tftl. of France meet yon: in intimacy with the Eeaperwfcod cap. kuou; be wae.othfr son but was put in family is with bit father-ia-Isw, u this city. severance, courage and numerical r rce. at the brink oft tremendous recipsre.wbiehyour ,
my few j from 40 to 50 bich bad and in imagination would receive as the sum
C. H his service. I ber charge in Scotland when only a prisoners seem to strengthen the conjecture;
court, are a: your
ber been committed to jail on Saturday night for their mit;of any mootaio, but aooo, the toiling,
feel interested in welfare I shall mouths old the other boy was own e n. that caio they amply remunerate us .
tour ; pro receiveU letter from released by order panting sweating bones drag yon round aa
pare al.uer.o and sal it witha Some time after this be and yesterday morning, were own depredations.
afternoon inconsrqueuce ogU of ro.k| and lot above i ou overhang
General Kel uf
,;tthtt I received from him ofter the bat. banker io Paris stating that Judge Bryce yesterday other cluTs anti other mountains the sky
tit legman wt dead, and in bit will but .left him of an surauc. (I am respectably rise for information aid a
of AttfterKts. TW will be an wtrodoction .- 1 sir gravemember piles, and pyramids of snow and ice and so
fifty thousand francs, deposited in bit u' nk informed, (from a nutaber of persons of legttlativo bodv who then '
tltrooghout the whole empire.4Tbe a their startle
bt bit disiiosul. After a who waited the judge, laid told him if, near awfulneigbtsas to you
tre suds to at upon in the business in wbicb
ef figure
day departure closed by re- made no great and
was be the white line rues yet bigeer higher, and
would attacked
received let fit did not liberate them tht
months she a jtit
thins from the chevalier drafts on the ban few more he was engaged but.bassiare. far outgrown believe not that it ts four path..iBlo far
ktrs of Par to a large amount being, as ter |frim a lady in 8c Uaud. stating and the prisoners snovto be. taken out! in political importance, both bit own and yon above -and .tlt is. -
that: if be would TUOHAI reached this morning, 1 you ,
and town
it tbatabv was bis sUter, i .
was afterwards .rt.d.\b. vt bole fortune neighbors expectations."I The: earth is oot totally changed, and the
.r the CareKaian. Thus they .separatedi meet. her at Paris, she would go there to see i understand from Annapolis, aid 400'Itaad am very glad to,hear It It said a bystander tetnberutura and atmosphere, and heavens

i* an H. ,nel,.' The chevalier dUap-j:!, him. By the advice of his employer Mr. 'of:arms has also arrived I suppose' tbero- "for no man wants it more." are "cbaagsd. You wrap your heavy coat .
'+1 and tbe day of bit arrival fore,that more blood v scenes are to be acted \
Hr, and was never after seen in tile United'fiuttt. R. he w.-ut; on -, around in the biting cold Dark efoade
The traveler arrived safe j!! a carriage drovi* up to the fauust. bf put up again to night for 1 earn that Job Smith'sand who endure conundrums you ." and the
young o-Tbo.: can are tolling heavily ever yoat-
...... his home. M'Elderr.lwulea. and two oth
.. tad repaired to Farts where be prcstai-d i! at,who insisted upon fits making ona or It is alto are commended tor the follow log. They white* snow sainea be ..*yea end.ta wins it
He there) met his sister an elegant and aceoatytished era are marked for attack to tight. .
to kuer. tareugb Mtrshftl Josh dun M duty have rarely seen better ones: rer wind sbakes-violeddy the closed glssseaof
5 | w the pslser who bad rcceodyLI returned lady,who bad losers accompanied stated that the destro.ters intend visitingthe Free. Why Is the letter a like A Tailor Qecaesa y+uf carriage and... _dstiHreoonUDR -

Mass ea.aIp. (probably that or Rtssda.J rt..as Scotland of an eldeily lady from village of Franklin belonging to it makes: cloths into clot' ;and bending up and,,turns y6a face
I ''anbe..... told Carlo she did not know man, 5 miles west, and destroy tr..l '
'fie .
latter Wee,read 6aoaa aria OrflerIO i Why is a locos iotire EagiM like the now to tbs rigbt eow to the Isflyoa eatco-
"' yemgBMn to be confiuod in the Vi ceo' who'they were, but that she herself was placed should not be surprised at this or any lading of a vessel Because It makes acargo. far "'Ulow, such awful gleams of sublime

ersf Ii tet. where. remained Htflthl restoration with the old lady when about three thing. scenery,such discs, wild dsptes of uare-
of 1M Botirboe .ma.1'hi 1813 TIM ptIf1tOrI !. 1 ""tha old with. ample means to bring ber You perhaps wttl l wonder hea and where snob fortes of eM....: tiftea tad boUt up

. fl theletter l net divulged,war tender pub up in the style she had done, and enough to all the plans of the Mobiles are concocted within Savings Bank of Boston around yoo to the' eternal sU. *,....tir..wd-
*+* .,.... tfcu m/s bt Ucoataiard invectives support ber so as to mote in oriety equally I will: tell you in Howard's woods* The deposits laillicai of dollars ,d i Iq| the mist and alarm that lw wrjrv%f
vf&lVedoc&ted Carlo hit sis* .ho city! Hundreds of tyrifJafori, were amount to metro taaa two >
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for >",-'three ;duriog which time tbodistanePiraveUerf In 1821 his regiment being at Pampelluna. Seven Mays later frem BtIrtIJN. |aibly possess the same infieeace Lut des
0 Joan passions are greatly excited ia a more liv II.it
has amounted upwards be suffered from vexation f< r his want of attachment .. ey
oD.a.moderatocalcalatl'a. to the coBStitnUoa and liberty party i I manner by anything which tffettt the Ik...
THEHERALD 110,000 miles carryiaj; The packet ship Sheffield, at New York welfare or the Government
or or aad .
F11..... 10,000 pa..lapra-IDd yet the then pradUsoaaat. He,-io coBseflueoft brings Liverpool papers to the! Otb Julv. :' writing. dbcoane &
soil' a a ee aa
baa met with the deserted to Qnesada eommaadaf she assacsJatto Louis 9u raieH- .....
it rcusetWEDNESDAY> Line ia that period, not A conspiracy to Fhillipt ckl baihroased oreaJ..d
display a
kind which tile Army of the Faith be was rewarded,ia 18N( temp sl.i .
accident of .by bas been discovered end prevented.
PERY slightest If!. what we are about to advaaee
of tho with the comtaaad of a regiment After the :,i, sr isboa4d
line of passengers or the proprietors Tho Coon of Peers have teat scd .Refer be f-ruwate enough ta rouse
'< our U
have bee&jeopardied. ffefiitftKr events of La Granja, Zumalacarragul was clea ono of the Lyeneto Insurgents, to fire |*
ITao low teas oSt. County to ban
arrested acd tried for Cartism but acquit aa
,aas .s CarroU.u.F" ,Imprisonment ands fiae of woo fr nes
ted. It was proved that however attached eye to their possessing as they si...
"IfFI'E for violent sad insulting It aguaago towards tie fall of the ballot ... rar/t
Aa N. r. Cnr It Enp.TUUM.UN to she cause and future rights of Doa Carlos the Court. The declared himself privilege .1. 'tit
DOLLARS PER ANNUM prisoa and judiciously! this p.nicu) u jvttciarsTni
pgttW'annfl he bad refuted to join ia any scheme for >
NEW his in
IN Republican soldier and rated judges
., cir for tuc .
select t next
a'ATALtt HILT TCAU.T Uf' ADVANCE.fg'Ccntt nxw licDroftD. August 1. 1835. citing troubles w resistance as loan as Ferdi good rounit terms. representative Leg.istative
Council Lea let our reward be *
nand lived. He the 'time ht
Mr. Editor Much azcitan.ent has been promised at tame would'bo itbatincasoofFeVdinand'e The attire of Spain seem adverse to the it we know that wo have dune our doty
i o.iiif de th. he may -
AtT x ttazstzrr1!_r1fo$
of CacHet death of
in a The Ztmaluarrogvy
this of late
had ia place consequent causa.
one of the first to .proclain and stand by ; and that our (otucif BCO readily an}?Ui
Longer the ; b them.-
hf each subsequent one. report tbat the itinerant Mr. Thompson Curios V. probably an irreparrablq blow to ': QS; fur ae important muj.lop na the
advertisements in proportion and no into this cooatrr The siege of Bilboa bad beta raised Iud the i upon
foreign emissary imported The first battalion of British volunteer choice at the coming rlrrtioa to Octu&et
niM be considered than a square.A enlighening the good cst* besieging force bad retreated ia great confusion
oat for tbe purpose of which brighten ti
force of the Queen of Spain, under command neat must ieevitably 4r
discoeet... to those who advertiseby Zeus in regard to certain political sabjectt, I to mountain fastnessses where Don teem
of Col. Chkbester embarked on the pecuniary pectf or place uoder
the lecture in this town on Carlos bad his head To a handful
year. to a public quarters.
was give .
_._ 30tb of June on board the Monarch steamboat ; such cvatrullia sod embarrassing cirniQ.stance !!
--- -- the of Slavery.No of British auxiliaries who were present.
subject for the *, that uu Legulaiioo s wuattver bert-
hushed ead ebiWed.led feel M if death made known Spanish coast. J ami l b '
yoa sooner was tbb intention lid.DIID deface of the town ascribed
Charles Matthews comedian diet: after alleviate their i conditioa. It the,.
the at can
the kifig of terrors bad hate Sled bit bomo; than the public voice was raised agiinit tho.u"ject with the usual bo ,tfoluess of theEnglish -
and a spectra to stand to your pate or to lean being agitated in this place bye foreigner. Deven port June 28th. prints about British prowess, &c. 1!l i fore behooves every citiz*'o of tit. JwnatI 2
HU Highness Hunan Pacha Hey of Tunis County,serisiusly to reflect tb M matters .
nod beacon to too from his car of rolling \ The members of tbe Atulitioo'! to success .(ihmdefrBc. I I I upon
died the 20th of June. before he nesters the ciMice .
taitt* you would behold bita without starting Society, still'persisted in their de term itaUou oa The Qurea Spain u about receiving efficient opus
for TOBT i imagieatioB 'scarcely bo mores* despite the fUblic Lord Durham has boon appointed British aid from France. The Monitor candidates tto now propose to bnujc RIo
to bring Thompson out aa. It
Minister to the Court of St. Petersburg. tho I 1 field of invocation, each candidate m
esctted. A cataract, which on plain voice. Bounces, that by virtue of convention signed .
would draw all Europe to It at a fashionable I' In the height this excitement notice. was GREECE.Arnc between the Duke do Brogto and Frus.oa ; rutatioo; as wo believe them to be before tb.pub.ic. co
of b JJ f'
.two them A/fefllioaand four
...ort.l. hero BO cunoait,. Its lonely thunder issued, tbat the Abolition Society would bold the 28th ult., the foreign legion is trans ) by
swelle and die away 'in its iate rciitiable i, a, June f5. The Count A. Metaz* Imi/luMlion, comoieutiuK with the ..WesteandsdLe
a meeting at one of our meeting homes, (tee : ferret to tbo Queen of Spain. No strength.suing and shall endeavor wilts hoo- roa
"e >>
of who banished from I ;
toIit.... Twenty time we .thought ourselves I I as Cepbaloniif was .
der a call cube frieqds of Ant Slavery fir the foreign Irgioa by any French roe '
and truth to discuss individually their
at the height of this stupendous road : Greece some time ago for tho part ho took bo city 'I'da.
of the cruits. Volunteers however
tbe enligbtsniug as to .re
aDd yet its xig all course; appeared ever'' purpose CUblic in conspiracy for the overthrow of tho Regency. advertise .t merits and qualifications fur public cou- .
their views on the subject. As gene calved and the Prefect of the Seine
mounting before as. and up, and up. till the I!, understood that Thompson was daily has received permission to return j for recruits, and announces tbat the public deuce '(* far as may bo necessary sad proper ..
Old the ant then leave the selection aud deciuos
cod the.darkness of night Colocotroni well known chief of': ;
coldpwextreaa. I expected and as ho was a total stranger office of tile Military iutrndani baa been
I tbe Mores condemned to the iatelligeoce the people.
sibs de.tb
was to 101sJ.J. 1M
cad completely
overlooked wo wefe
us; I considered this for tho of receiving all who
here of the citizens a opened purpose
clouds, many : and who punishment was afterwards I Tbo first candidate' b) impUcatwn b JustpSt
and heavy wet{ rolling
enveloped finesse ,to palm.him off them while they offer themselve without the necessity of applying to
Skttch(3. commited to 20 eara imprisonment | L. Smith, E&Judge ol the tiupeiiiir Court
around like a mighty ocean. Fay't There till
of his To elsewhere for lasso, are
were unaware presence strengthen Florida
I bas received a free pardon. Perhaps it ; for the Eastern District uf aa uldiaI -
this feeling, a was in circulation about some diuVulties. how ever,of a pecuniarynature htof
report would have hem as well if this old chieftain habitant. and for tie I last three years one .f
6 o'clock tbat Thompson had actually which probably will not be surmounted 1
From the Silk Cvltitritt.WEIGHT who has constant), been the mo.t.elie and until the arrival M. filendizabel. she the Representatives(row dl. h,has County. T
arrived.This. itosfia bad His merits aid qualifications hate been ufficiently .
OF FOOD AWD PRODUCT. I intriguing tool of been sufferedto estimated his ambassadorthat 81IS
Various estimates have peen made of the what U yon Squire may Doolittle well suppose would, call broughtout tho remain in prison for n year or two by bid he however could! not reach Paris tf consistently tested by the people therefore it b

consumed bjr the silk : wbicb tune his former influence would have unnecessary tu consume our time ia dtseus-
of food worm
weight his other for
hour with eight daysto rs
"Potte Comm tarts. and at aa e rly engagements
biselaims' it is that fco baa
1 and the product fir silk refeivtd iu return.. been completely neutralized. Yet this act sing ; enough be..
Dandolo. who the house was filled to overflowing. Mush ..f clemency although rather a hazardous come.Tao | thrace elected Representative ol the w
them f that of county
Among i Cotjnt I astonishment and of the steamboats, with detachments! amounting -
to delight au. 'i tbIi
in the be of aDd that there can bo no doubt but that
calculates that 900,00(1 norms will consume m1l1. end productive good by 900 bad from England | the
I I found and'rcspectable .to men failed
7.000 It*. of leaves. and tbs 21 Ibs.orleae."ill dience, they at Very orchestra largo showing the disaffected the moderate and form of Colonel now General people are fully competent to judge of bit
choir in the -
"dhcouuiug part
which fitness for that and
make 1 Ib. of cocoons. conciliatory principles" the Government important repouiiblssu- n
I moslc. Two reverend Eveu't command.
sweet gentlemen as
Count de Haul calculates that the same |1 tended the pulpit. one .*f whom being an intend to pursue. I I A conspiracy to overturn;the throne of the I &ioa.
number of worms with require 10,000!Ibs of t entire looked to treat of the General Lesure tendered bit resignation as Nicholas wasdivroveredia St. PeeI Tbo neil Candidate by Publication is East B

leavens tbo fettowiae proportion Jo-the audience stranger prodigiously "Thom part uDlan-. Minister of Wir a fear days ago he intendsto I I Emperor teralurl.ln the course of the month of May; B. Gould E%q Judge. cube Count t'ourt. w

first ace; 50 the.; Sad, I tits.;3d, 400 Ibs.; 4tb, Soon the other rose and prononcedaud commenced return to Batavia. It is expected that Goueral and more than sixty persons have beta ar I We refrain 'Irom commenting upon she qqtl. D

1290 tbo; 5th 6050. the reading of a r..hn.Vbea., lo Sir Richard Church. will succeed rested on a charge of ,being engaged in it ificHtiwoa orbit aeat!emrn. as we coder- to
M. Ilooafeas. fays that) 200,000 worms and beheld the singers tuned their pipes, & him. Such.is the secrecy with wbith tbe proceedings stand bei* about "itb\Jr axing from the cos.'test. .a
7217 I.. ... The :
were sustained by itbout waiting for the reader or paying;any TURKEY AND EGYPT. of the Russian Government are rou- .
'quantity bowever.given tho > between their attention to what was going en blow, corn I ducted that the news of ;Itbi*' affair only ThenextcamtJoseph .. ... -h, ..,,,-...,-,-.. .-.-n.- V
into the The Gazette mentions the
regular meals was not taken nccuuutM AII.I&urK return i. M. Hernandez an old and
.. .... !..... .... .bnpp4d during the first menced a cheat sat down of tarred; the tnuiic.member.The of tbo Revd.gentleman A*. Ibrahim Podia from Egypt to Syria lit I| reached Tbe ST.Paris JAMES.recently.Capt. SJaoa.lloded her ; ...placate. udder the Spanish. Government respecu tilG
wbicb enables tho also full of the late troubles
stages, Norm[ to consume gives n account J
bnlition Society looked as if ramie bad no passengers in 17 days at Portsmouth.. ThetoLvuaua. Since the L'h-rage of Flags, the Ccneril
them with let waste at Scutari. Tho Pacha it seems,demanded
charm for them; and the audience highly delighted. Capt Cons, went out to Liver- was appointed by Congress a member from
The orm tbo Scutarists to man thn post of the frontier | I inn
: '. A parley was held ; a Minister poor iu 1G days. A letter from a passenger this Counts to the Legislative Council
the of food of the Montmegrioes this
depends eniat ally amount they objected to.
upon Plenipotentiary dispatched to the orchestra ; lathe ST. JAMES says of her. **A better..hlpDe"'r of Florida. He afterwards was elected b>
consumed. That is, they will make more Tbe Pacha invested tbe Bazaar and sent a
I who received him with the full chorus of an floated; in a sale *t easy its a cradle by the people a Delegate from Floridato
and better sink if they bare been well detachment to seize the hey of tbe town.
fed than if they have beta stinted in I hundred voices, and dismissed him tans cere- The gusrd of the latter resided tbe townsmen t ,aud in light winds, fastas!; a pilot boat- the Congress uf tbe United States, tln
; 13 knotsnu hour the whod and after the session, bt returned to his
monk and no hearing. The meeting was from 10 to ; ftSl) ajr-
their fond. In the settlements in Georgia to their aid and
came an
uncommon tbeu opened the President took the chair and ; engagement Sho is worthy of Capt. S$;noa, and he is cultural pursuits and bas. e 1..rf store devoted
cooooui were 'aDd,of nei lit. ensued in the streets which ended in thdi> :
There aro inttnoces when two hundred attempted to address the meeting; whereupon constitute of tbe Turks. They withdrew with .' worthy of her' hitwlf to thy improv-meot of his PI atation. JII

weighed pound avoidupois; and MM. Davenport one of tbe choir rote and informed the assembly the pubs into the Citadel from whence I I The Munirpal Corporation Bill has finally It now, h-never ppers that the tit

made some under the direction1 of, that it wes their night for rehearsal they bombarded the town Tho Bazaar and pnssed the hawse of Cumnibu! itbout anyimportant General bts again determined to launch hip -

Mr. Cobb two hundred and ail of wbicb and they could not be disturbed and request. au immense number of bouses have been I'I I alteration. his bark into tbe te'uieituou| |x>Iiiical ecean. r

made a poand M. Bonafuu averages them ed too audience to keep as still ee possible.This strojed. Six hundred men are said to de.'t't I t I In she house ol Lords, on) tbe Gib, a petition *

at two hundred and fifty six!to the pound& annunciation was received wit b demonstration perished was presented, signed by GOOO inhabitants 11 b a matter of some conjecture arc OBJ

and a Mr. Basil of ".DOI,'jvnnia made a of joy and shouts of applause by I of Quebec and its neighborhood praying the friends of the General that hi should, at M

quantity which required three hundred and assembly.. The instruments again sounded RUSSIA. for a redress of grievance A similar this pirtiruUr: period be induced to abiindaa T:

MX to ton pound. Mr.D'Homergue fed worms and tbe choir burst forth in strains the According to accounts from Hamburg of petition was also presented from Montreal. \ the roroforts aud eujuymtuts of social aj| sti

from Carolina and also from France,the for. most enchanting. Again .Ueacerei'Dod. Tbe the 23rd inst. brought by the e.aptaiu of a -... i domestic felicity, and his agricultural DO*

seer made cocoons wHch reduired three hundred President rose merchant vessel from rronstadt,tbe Russian CD.'Pfe'fliteti'1' 7'BD.. suits to engage in a contest fraught Bilk. titD

and thirty seven to the, pound and the- Dot when to speak the man essayed.Gods Government bad in the previous month distorerrdstjr ,. --.. -........ I Ylsati"'I' disajipoiatments.ue ruin, %v ito regard.tu.i t tbu u y xtotls-:ipw

latter three hundred and eighty seven. what a noise that fiddle_ majl" '\\\T nAflr'uy'lno'sa'mo perSOAS Mar EDITOR, It be v e must ho for
n_. d. 1'._-1 r ? ?? who cannot; impolitic or man pardoned saying that siK
to ten pounds of cocoons will 1 make pound soothing strains enrapturing the whole astemhly. but were similarly implicated in 1826. officious this to inquire into aud draw the wenrvsomenroatat alms todeterroia* abe '

of reeled4 silk. In France; itwelve\ pounds>> Mr. President the Secretary pro tens were have not brought to trial. More than GO attention of the public to tba merits and qualifications they his object be to promote or defeat the ItU

have been required while two thirds of and their associates expected, wbo began to and persons the been arrested at St. Petersburg of the several candidates before the attainment of tho important ends nliieb! as

that weight have given a pound of silk in this think their Thompson doctrines no go" and provinces.lest it should Tbe matter is kept a secret people to represent the County of St.Johns_ have aid are in volt ed inthls election. Will et

country. Mr. Co1.b reeled from 8000 cocoons here. Manv said or attempted, to say something broad; all letters bo communicated a* in too neat Legislative Council of ibis Territory the GenerJ truss* os with bit secret! Wi hi

three pounds, laelading flow, Mr. Kenrick "that Thompson was hot in the house office. Several are opened the at the foreign particularly aa the uiscusiou which b may pssii;,ly advise wit him.

author of the New American chadist,from nor in town" but it was too late; all had fled post and the and conspirators have hereafter contemplated must altogether emanato I| Tbe nest candidate by Implication Jobs thpt
which the following estimates are taken. become too much enraptured with the music received instructions; custom officers biro through the public |>riut toe weekly M. I UaOlOo Eeqr. aa old inhabitant vt the
says, "four beaded pounds of silk for 1.000. and they were obliged to sit down under a prehend them. to after and ap Publication of which scarcely affords sufficient County Mr. t ansua'a occupation dorisf""

000 of cocoons, must, 1 think, be deemed a shower of hisses. The of this time for this purpose;, previous to the the inajrr part or hbrrsidence iu St.Alp di
cause the
a large crop and all ibis might easily I be pro. As soon atsi'enco was again restored, one of th. school of Military plot Cadets" II ,breaking whoso up election in October nett but yet, with bush tine has been tbat of a Storekeeper and taaiubiUtn at

duced. provided the silk worms were properly of the proprietors of the house rose and requested were all the pupils opportunities u may be afforded us, we cou.I until now hiss never soared shod
sent to in
attended and the silk skilfully reeled. that the audience might be permitted I regiments Sbie-I I template for the go**! of tbo County ard for bis business and the
ria and, the Caneatuiat___. common ftnMi. ;..... I Iv delightful tmDI.iatloI
*- tudividual
to retire in peace whereupon the choir :' our iut.restsfearleuly, IIOu without making -He now"offers nioissU C
of the Some regiments of the Imperial Guard! shared money it
Portsmouth Gazette -
Tb. ,;speaking favor affection
of Silk struck An appropriate tune with the words, I the same fate. The Polish General Krukomeei or cheerfully to enter up the public ia the capacity of a Legislator ssJ 111
i culture : on a which
aeys duty wo conceive Wit citizen
rdd'umluuswith every if we are to judge from bb
"An acre of good .oil.spre.al, devotedto thyblueing"dec. who at the last war in Poland surrendered in this mjist former habits vs w
community and
the purpose cud well menaced, trill con aucMhus closed the farce. The Society adjourned the city Warsaw", escaped from sensibly feel to bo of the fleet and would infer there i.money to be made b1 aM ei

alt about 3900 mulberry trees, and these, tine die. without bringing forth with the place of his residence. The Prussian .importance at this particular greatest, crisis of nex* council. or why should we find Jsai 8
tail years aid. will yield nearly 20,00011 1 their mighty efforts oven a mouse. police received orders to arrest him but accounts Mflairs of Florida. 'l'o /[investigate; the cult&1. Hauson to eradicate soli- liD, the bionor-it is oiS- e*

or leave. ,wbirb atSOOfbsof leaves for one from the Duchy Posen announce that merits of the Candidates far! public deep.. rooted__ priarplea-'nI t1
t patrou- _
QUdlifiraiMMM u U at
To rkEVEHT UJ'riEI.-AttIt'b: a be bad been for several weeks A"IM vat
?...* .* raw silk will produce 4S01bs. Now in tbat ,roe age, and to make known their. various quals- quaiutaare with him we conceive UffiMi tc
f. raw silk. we believe, is worth at an averag piece of flannel or sponge made fast to the vince with false passport which waa furnished ficatious, whether these be en' titled to rt j 'ct, but whether be is to fill tbe scams

price about $8 per lb. or $1350 for the. g top of th. bedstead wet the sponge by a friend or otherwise, b ouo of tbosebless!
proceeds. of the aero. At this rate 10 with cami'horated spirits and the mosquitoes ,guaranteed by every freeman of this to .rform tho duties of County him .idfidelity r

In six ,...... would ,t.Uii pretty sumof will leave the room. The Emperor of Austria has invited the great republic by the constitution of bra country pi to hi c..nsiituenu required, isamatter forth' ii
01&SGO. .r..11 recently been la" &ted northern sovereigns to conference
to Top- and tho of
liberty the prcu
a -
in ibis country, a machine for reeling and SUOKBAXIKO AT Lrinf. MAIS.-It is estimated litr. sod they have accepted the invitation. exercUtd.; preroRative.uheojudiciousl wild andtemperate people to d.tidohe next caDdi.lat.ImpUtation ty

fit& 11 for market* silk from the e coons. that not less than two million pairs The meeting:. will take pi ace in the latter end train of argument) and before a itTbowpiOD Masou Esqr. Tkigentlvtaao's tlU

which ii said to save a vast deal of labor of shoes were made at this place during the of October. Preparations are made with intelligent people seldom la'lIcu au qualifications to Represent to

and makes tbe .sp.... less than oife quarter last year, giving employment to nearly. rourthou.and the greatest. activity for the review at conviction of tbo! necessity of sucb produce investigation a County has beet fully demonstrated to thepu'lis VJ
ofits former cost If this be fee persons. isch the Russian Kal-I by ooroocue di&ur, and *Mftjxrth
case, ; troops are expected at rather than heedlessly plunge their therefore rt
the net profits on ten acres at ffi per lb. sic on tbe lit and the 4th of August, votes into the ballut box careless of *! any further comment tyus s<
StstPLE RKMZDT. The following ImpcD.s.in would bo
: deemed
which It will orieg when perfectly well reeled recipefor Emperor Iud the Empress will arrive thereon evils end vf those coiisequence that obtrusive or wpst'fluous
the of : *
cure the dysentery is co simple .
and suited tie
to market too IGtk.
European will
be _.760. .. that tthere can bo no barm done if it don't Baron Gras,the celebrated historical might possibly be fatal to the future welfareand The nest and last candidate h1 />u Jt&&* tlo

cure. A table spoonful of vjoegar, Iud u whose painter prosperity of our county. Every candidate is D4vid Levr J: aqr. attorney at law resident
#: ,. SILK teaspoooful or..lt mixed ftltb.iII of pencil has adorned the cupola of that enters the field as A competitor for of St. Johns a
CeLTpm* -Tbe ;editor of the warm the Pantheon committed suicide S County, a young taw
water. If relief be not afforded in I s' on FridaJ''last. public confidence and political fame, must whose correct" n
Pou&hkeepsl.Journal acknowledges the receipt ten or His found in deportment: of conduct ass
the Seiuo
of two Hue of rocoons from friendat fifteen minutes, a repetition of tbe dose has I I Saturday.body He bad was left n letter in his writing on. come forth with, least an nonett Atari, unassuming dispassion ha ead.nd1t I.I'
been effectual in instance in which it clean hands,aDd 'lOt" rrttifa/ica, or else a circle of
-beiiig but a small part of tbeproduction every desk his numerous lrieud aDd ncqnaJnWaneea.
announcing intention and had
bas been tried. ho may anticipate rugg .road to travel in We /
of about 8000 with confidence beeassswo
egcs, purchased no ay
bIt last will fort.
custody to ate his political journey, .'er ho :arrives at tho know ., r
loBfer aotbathe&tbefJtme last The -...__ : the fact. At the early age
Journal says that ibis gentleman bas now FODIQt.; torney. IrtncApaptr. goal of public applause. i t i I twelve years, Wr. Levy was from eirruostaucos r

tome two thousand cocoons (a"lol27'9 .....: i BaussauJuno 20.-Mr. Yandershueleoi la the examination upon the merits of tho thrown entirely upon the resources I

to the pound) sad about 100.000 ilk worms latest train.. Europe. do Partbes, attached to the Belgian Legation respective candidate now before the people. bit own mind for bb future support aa4 set*
at Vienna fans arrived Brussels and is saidto wo desire to conduct our remarks with d
eve- ia life
P I -tu result it cess ; Stimulated however ar"*
appears of a mere .rp.ri.Wt The Allen at New York by aa
undertaken tipTroy Capt. be the be.reror a letter from Prince 1\1 liter. feeling of geed will; reserving tho right of dent desire wi* o
more as a matter of cori- efterknowledae, and blessed
brings London to July Iii aid Liverpool
papers nich in which the Austrian Government advancing and insisting such
da fact
ashy, the with a vfow to profit and with upon awe a reflecting mind,ho was soon copviaced teal
to the 2nd both ioclosivo. Wo 'oltracttom '
clares its opposition to the iuterven- maybe possessed of and which ha'
no other information on the subject than ( the Journal proposed may bb only bupe for future honors aad dishlions ]
ofC.mmmcetbefollowing tion the of in favor of best calculated to enabl, the
Cobb'manual* without having; before seen of intelligence oa parr Belgium the' public to forman was a d.Iermiatd.studious and t.aperate >
Items Queen of Spain.According unbiased jud meat, u to too merits of C
ta% werm or an II' The leaves of two AoAtf of life. 1 bis"ha bat pursued*!*
i, trees only,of the wbtte mulberry,would bars The most important news whkb they to the last accounts from Na the several candidates remembering tko untiring zeal fur UU&D11Ian. until!be his st s

need to mawial0 the whole, but for the bring; I. tbu OKATO or ZusuiACAaaAoci, pie. Vesuvius continues to throw out stones I same time, that charity covereth a multitudeof length reached the of professional 1f
the Commander la Chief of the Cnrliit forces and cinders and b sins, and that show sphere
ufiuiB&l coWaets of the season, which a grassed eruption expect mercy unto others in which DO BOW moves He BOW offers hfe* '.
.... a resort to the black mnHierry no* in consequence of the wound which ho ed. Some slight shocks of an earthquake at wo would expect mercy to be shewn unto .elf to hb fellow c&sens of St. Jokes Ceat
I ceeetry. The WOOD received on the IGtb of J one. ft instated that have lately been felt in the South of Italy. bit b the first principle ia Christianity. as a Candidate for
were seeosn,a- I' ty Legislative honors sftbrows -
tiled with a teller, la which the writerrecoaHWfidf General. Moreno bas been appointed bis successor. Meheiitt AH has withdrawn his opposition There Is no circumstance belonging to LeIIatdoo .himself opop the ietellieai appretlloa > .

t tft HM Ie,..,.of Puttheta county Whatever may bo said of the cause to the expedition of Colonel! Chssney or to the manners ol a Pipe w faith of the people for their support. &+0 > t

and t.rtiearlf to tech at have the mule in which Znmatacarragui i wa engaged, aoooo on tho Euphrates which arose aolelr. from b. not in tho dominion of every citizen, theres the profferea service of Mr. Levy heed rejee* t

; berry urea.to try tee nptriwrot,btiag cone can deny him the pouea ion of gnat his not having received instructions from the | no event bo never frivolous ia appearance I and will the eitizaos of St.Johns Ceo*

: v.... team eke. ereafiall ,bt performed military talents of which the strongest proof Porte. Tbe A/o//a Gazette contains ea aCt which may cot produce results,worthy of at I, damp bas youtblsd zeal for their iet.sa .

i by eb&iran,tad wMigrtat "" .-Alb. Ar- is to be found in tho present condition of the count of tho disembarkation of the eapeditionat teatton, Jaablo ut.monarcbsuthe intrigues teat can sad wi l ao ably and ardently et

p. insurgent array, ia contrast with what it was the mouth of the Orontes. Hassen Pasha of a minister or the caprice of a entrees. employed shin called properly Into acuef*

i when be assumed thecoraand. He. was bora Begter Bey of Tunis died oa the 90th of lastmonthaodfssucceedeededby I bus more thaaoceo prodaetd civil ammo We hope eot. Tho talents of Mr Lev eavaeatly .

I! U.'f1IfeW g.ed fertetct!,:; ''IrShOOYtr'1 at Ormastegui in 1789; consequently at .his hIs brother I lion, or foreign "..... loa free ccnatry qeatify hie fur Ae respeatible statiae M .

u.of S..... ha been ruBeta from BaltiJ death must have been forty sit Tears old.-* Sidi Mustapha. It b supposed that Turkey '"bero.aeta clusea ma, have aa eye to tie reheats from the people and scare Ih
I The French invasion drew him from his lie or to speak more truly, Russia willdealtrith Interest( of aIL and where coasiaatreveal ..&WiN. that t
r aso ".n.....,. s....s51 this sea. I j publicity ly fair It boars io tb. ramudsINrotbe .
| dally
II I I ; books, and made him a soldier under Miss.i Tacit as with Tripoli. e.cr t Intrigues, they may no t pas- ltanie.u&kat,." ,..ll -.
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.tad bin feH. Tfalrly Dellare Reward, Zl8T .
. J. Try prove w eitiaeas. pEMAININO &Bl'r.." I +.rell' A."fI''c .
.. Yn eVr. Three .indre .uira le.w'srd. .I RANAWAY from the Sub. R iatl-iPaatoffic. ii &he City, i.

. QUILL & CO. teriber, about mo months of 8. Autnaiw. 'since the drat or April I..I%IfIE.IC" !4 ,tE/1flC .

fi.it.. ._ .tee i his two ottfo fellows 10 the thirtieth or lu.. whie" II aOl t"ea OF USEFUL AND INTtaE: "JJYI> '

Mayors Office of the City ) GEORGE and JOHN-, oOlla POll O 1ea.1 three DloDthe DIldUII&rI.will be sent to &be General I KNOWLEDGEnosroy .

.. of El GEORGE.8outhCaroUaiID I 70 t
Augustine. \ ILLVI"'D .r
eIlo. 1 born U.boal.ytsraold, middle site. well bciltiff A' nar.rT, Roque 4 lJVrrll .u.zaoC'1 gs.RsvtiG.
\ WHEREAS the dwelling-house suoiiatra ranch that at timtait difficult Anderson &. A. I endtman Fit w I'Aq..I. BEWICK C04frANY, .
. f Ui understand what be cay. JOHN it aa Afri- F. \V Liad.bst FnDdtco'Anr1 TilEd. which has l'taddthpolili.

6f THOMAS Dora its ESQR. of can born, abontfel> y trs old.oidaV lift, It,. .w. Lawreaea. II i OIl of 1M bet M.wn.e fro. .b Eo
. fat.,and very black Corapieihro, 8M tit & rt u.te' ii l
this has been twice Jobe .". l.Ied to repaystins for fatsmtaa a
City Arlan. Rkbard .
as C
10t bung Tbtsa two Mowau. perladital I...
carpenters. negroes ant probably C.B 8nic 1datJ 1 IdtP1H a ifct wants
Alger .. D U_
sailed and fired into hiking in tat neighborhood Whitssvbie .. sad at. or the Am.rigo
by some on 41f W H. 3 "Hare,Ua1fffll. ', P. -white it will
Nit Black Crk\luv&l County E. F., when they Vice McDonald BarnstMkkler. 1: rII ..f let proprietor make ihi work T
hi. desperate villain unknown with} hav their wives. To' the Acting fit 1 I,. tide Indicate.. it wW a"ertbe
Cereal rnr rtapll .Jacob.
the evident intention of committing The above reward will be paid by Mr F.One, I 1 I which appear III t'rift",, to ita
Htbt Merchant in St. MthofIhfttt Reeemr of PobUe tao Morgan Christopher E ;trnsivtprtMirsliiiatBaveTii,j._ iuttvas "
AngurtiBeeatbt delivery
wilful and deliberate atgroe in tht Jail of tit Augustine, ntys. IIcllarcbie.llr.MeN ithet,John both with artists and author, to furnish from
et D. all of tho Union drawings and ilinstra ioaatf
I side the .ecmable.IPIDJU incurred to papa
murder some member of carry 1k'ta. Mariano JlIDDef.IOtIpb .
upon ; which the
tirttr them there.or to the person s.nt to receive them u. ovary snbj-et ofiatartst. pu4isheraeonSdontly
the of the said Bidwill Mrs ; betkvt will enable them to bane a
family THOMAS .t the plate they may be secured with the proper Olcott Caroline D. '
at* ,- DOUGLAS advice enrta to that effect tn the amid F.Cat.M. C. work bnimrabla to Its title and acceptable to the
WHEREAS rhlplI. Rev. G. A.
; American people.Tbt .
tl DE FOUGERE3.8t. .
8e rjrat mrta A caa raa it is hichly important to the Auffnrtin*.July 1st,1835. Camptell..JohnPan.Mr*. Ana Polkiaham*, Franctsen CbbrluCochon. D. iUD, ra..d first with number about of twenty th. American splendid engravings Hsjastat,

tae "''B'SI.'.''8'1, 1 d35. reputation, peace, and good or !1TI4'E.LL Clarki. Geo I. P.Carpiattr Pinckstoti, M. K. will appear oa or befor the first of**.i,umber,

der of the City that the indebted to the Estate of ibt IstsRev'd ,Antemos Pary.Mary and ,continued monthly gaining between
r parson Peeo" ,.J.mll
. Pe D. t furi. hed .
f AI .1.jrrd last *raiiia from Fort 40 and imperial octavo page*,ace *
Itoiry tsprvM ., irattfr of this atrocious' crime .i EDWARD F.Maus., are reqo..dto Du;.. G..,<. R. attar low i rid of two dollars per annum. It
for Geu Cusca make immediate and those
wiu d.eritrhe. ling I t, payment having DarMVm.U.Fstoni.Oscsr. 8 Robertyen. tlei'MDAFe
illtI. smmaadiag the U. $. troops in FlerMa. co.tti8f should be discovered, that he I't; demands will please present them to the subscn- Riddle. Thomas will mpriHPartrsua and- Ditf raphicsl Hi.tele* of dbtlatntst

.. ,afttr'IIati *I' ol the muider nf Priv.tt DAL may receive the punishment bar duly aothenticatsd according to law i ) W. Rix,f ante ed Amenc. as. v... of Public Building;
' 8. p. A DERtWN. I d
Artillery, who" waf en, loy' iaiar due F.iac..lla" Monument .ad improvement Landscape,
est "..f il'* 3d to its enormity | Qualified Executrix.NOTICE. G. 8.e.II.r.Tbo.uJ.1Cntt.
tc,.." the boundless %"rtety sad beauty
, ,iu tV mail tiom Fort King.01'awl' $..y.Indian. --- .Francis Scott John
a- | TnEnEF o1E. I ANTONIO wbp'h. in this country, will form in unceasingoorct
eir If"ar. them inforunlion g'nsa by an ; iuerard Joseph 9 Scott,Mrs ofinitrnedtonand Irllile-ti.a..enh'I'

Hi* laJt i f. w-s ct t,on tb* tiering or the 6th tusL i ALVAREZ, Mayor of said City THE undersigned will resume the txspina-i Gay MariaGarvia. Srott.James M. and 'thedescripUtas of the character, habit, Ae.
of by virtue oribover vi\Vitueaes in Claim for loan on Felicia M. F. Snndy. Margtry of Beaats Bird Fbhr loci insects together
a and
p. HWiborowfh bride. Ly party
*.r the v i thv Second Monday in August next.As ., Garty. Fermsna Still, Mrs.cfiibbinChas. with ev rv sub connected with the Geography
en ill*''ky ladi.Id. He approached these m a authority i in mo vested by the I th*speedy adjudication of the** Claim i*I II. L. History. Natural and Artifirbl resources ef

,teat. msnuer. wbrn on* ol ih<*ia wired laws of this much desired bj the Autnoritb at Vf ashinston, llawkin, Mr.Chs E. Spigsesr, Saml. the country iilotr ted in a r."ialaDd proper
p&a ImJl or bin mule, and auoth snot Territory, and a resolution and it elan important to the clainiantitu bod| I Hsvden. A. D. 9 T. manner FREEMAN HUNT.
.04.1141 Helm( John M. Tea) EdwardTownsend.Joe
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lit of the that
Biwa Hewa* thtD M4ljiad. hi* otls ripped Corporate I be iumedi.tl ..minedacdereimmissionsi Hicks Albert C. 8Hall. L. Agent ef the B .ton Berwick Company 47
R Rand
mf eptu ,aJ Utrowa into a pond near itT Tht of said l city do declare and that those living within the Couiiy, will be Mary V. Talor.lohn Pool Conrt otresu Boston July 19,1834Superior .

i1. The n.lc was sis i shot tn'J the toa teats of the proclaim, and ft is hereby declar offered for examination month follow at inf.,the time df.l1ln.ted.Dd : Hick:ty, AUeri 9 Tartar R V.R.1I.n..lIen'18. Ceurt E&st fieri

ale tttilaaJ the -ad
i* .dtltn. The sauna aMigited fur ibis out ; of THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS will find him (nnle. nw'essaril Ibenl1 hb Rev R.A W. Pet.r Mitehel .

us* tiitw*.BTd.r. i. that tb-: Indian who had been : Chamber* on Charlotte Street,every day fthe Ibonsf Slkktl \Vbitaker.F.Wentworth. vs.

ea trsaoded in the kirnush u ar the llogtown **l- will bo raid for the detection of week. Sa'd"IPar.pted from l JOoelockA.M. K. Robt .I.K'olh.Jlmel Nflktmbh Brash Jsptr Ward. William .
to it P M. and from 4 to 6 P M.RCBT.RAYMOND. White.Jos. M Them Nathaniel! Wall. Wish Huntington,
2r4s ikBiat.bsdrctuincd bit relatlvt.. and thot of the crime
perpetrator a-
smalls PEID I L. Williston E. D. 9 Icnabod I'rall, Isaac Marquand. Jiomu Joha

dire died-ifeey wanted a victim to satisfy their forpp said to any person who may Judge of the 8upr Court list Flonda. Ixjvy. M E. Wilson. William soit,;lloses Levy,Jante* $8osaoMurphy..

ta. ,"1114'. and this was the first hey net discover 14I'w Margaret Z Edward Wa&too, Thome N.piar.IDCJoIa
communicate to me Lew is.John Zoller Andares8t.
!%TIC!' II Lewis.BrijttdaGomes.
At seen as the cnrnmsndiff Ricer at Fort e
such will establish his Lilt.James C. .widow'F'maJulo data ...
dstsehmentntiouBsdtatelr proof as weeks after date I will apply to the
t" Brooks was eppnaedofllie facts a FOUR. the Court for Justine,7th July 1815.: .*Arredoado.. *or.dee'd.Maria tunnel Teresa
And th.'ud'l.r County
I do
rt. ant out uudsr command of u. guilt hereby admonish 8t John'county,for tease to -ell th* real Estate JOHN GRAY Jr. P. M, lIo'oIe. Domingo and Rosa. children ef saidFernsndo

tier* D C1', ia pursuit of the murderers and arts and exhort all 1 the pood citizens of Donald JI'lato.b.I.te or did County. dec. de I la Vase Arrdondo t Francisco La.

"JIJ out several days, returned without baring of this to be v DEUt! :Ke N. .01Jl1lDllaK Ufa, husband of the Mid Doming, aad Rupertatiaatedra.
h'iabartd orth. aid Dorotea Antonio
ta. .retfldrd ia apprehending them. Information St.Augustine, May 87tb, ,. 84w. atiI mAW .tI a AmW. ;
active in aiding the authorities iui tetrea g ardba of said Rosa an infant t and
.... ale Commaiidint tiffieer at Fort King, wa.u the thereof in the detection and Cheap Indispensable Law Va4n 11"/i.ttin/Mr.and 5tn ROtU\SON tMUiucntof the said Fernando de U Mats Arrt-
at. (bash were promptly cuneu.d by the Agent, apprehension of die said daring Books,-The Jurist.rjjniUS I HAVING had the trial serial' months,tht dondo.Ceciliu. Fernando ad Ftdrieo.infaatchu*
of ihi- Institution .
mlJm Gt..T tioMrftoK.sndfte barn that measures were villain. work is published Wa.hinxton city make n perm ne.t e"t.hli.hment, wbert prop to dren of Iguacio Arredondo.rirc'd and Jose Una

immf4utrly taken by them to bar. the murdertn ANTONIO ALVAREZ M. edited by Judge Crancb assutad by R. Udieatnsy -ivt a Solid cad "'
iCll i ,raheaUed and lieu up to justice ll is Dawe, E>q in psrts ofit&l p'celllluh. The sta'e or Society at 8i Mary'. i* b'ujtbU fatourai'le Teresa ant Li-nis* F.tio. infant children of
r.r'l. contain the opinion <>f the Supreme Mane de la Lass Fatio. dec'd. Maria Isabel and
led Iit\f" that they will bt sp >reltaded' by the frayor.A"tUII t tIe s (Ioc4tion one .>f the mo-t he ilihv in
KIaet. | Court U. 8 from August terra 1791, to February the United SiitM. wbii! the expense of living i II Manuel Arredondo. infant children of Peter Arredqndo. -
,d."r..a..s ant prompt measure will be taken 24/7i, 1835. te>m 1790. camti raively cheap. It i i. believed that ties deceased, and Manuals Lasags,adaiia

tsV* Nset'hy- !t ami brine tlicmt'. trial. ,_ ,- Part II.contains lord Raymond's Peports indacfoients. tocnher with the laudable exertion istratrixPiraxtd,
:. 1 The Mends or .'P'D Part HI contains 2 >6 psies of cases derided ofaptrirauf Educator, will attract public ** Cocidci. widow and admiauntatrut
TO. 44seetn.litapda, atiarrioatie On Sundy? LEVY Eoj announce him** a candidate to rep in KUI,'* B-nch. Common Plea, aDd Chancery patronaceE .fJl'.epb II.Artedondodec.I.P.t'r.Fernando.Anliaia .

.a* awn n* l another attempt ..nisde to auasra resent $it. John County ID the next LegMativ i' Eng vnd, commencing with Easter tsrm 1833. t Martina, JPIff. Ttodvrv. Doloie and
. Council' fir this Territory Part IV.contains the opinions of the Supreme E List or STDHtS. Iocs', children of said Joseph M, Arredoado, the
riao. 'e iuo Dot-cLA'S, i s.sq tar firing a gun into 8t. AujrnttineMit 19.1635CQ.WMITTJE& Court U January teioi ". in 323 page j.As j.L Reading. pt'Uilil.Vriting., lifgnphy. Hitory. *- six bst nsimd infants

iIe..w.m window (rflm.tbt atreet htlnw. The many member ol the Bar bat already Enelish iraibtnar, rnmnoeitim... Arithmetic Fernando, Lni*. Francisco. Gsvin ,Maria

till g as lH avity (muled with buck hnt, which TOJ.SI& purchased some of the work which are to be reprinted Geometry, Alcehra. Natural! Pliilo. phy Msouella. Antonia.I... Catalina and Lois Afr >

f...d 1'rt.urh the curtain within a few inchf i the Jurist the publish proposes! to Chemwry,Dnlanv. AatroiMimv, Rtitturie Loiic.Crtticimaon d Jndfichildren of Ftraaado d* la Main Arrt-
BCIK taller t elans them tn four series, so that subscribers may Englia't Lai'f uase, Femal Biof r. duniio.juo. ec'd" the seven last naud infants
) |'.*\,and Inefg..d h. the ictling abvt. take oat or all. j phy. Intellectual and Morn! Philosophy NutnralTheolog and Jose r'.lias: atllralfCo.a.rd la ofsaid infants;

on'itb The ,maiD! hot natcVd his "prortun 11..tad hili L This series, No 1, will contain a re; art of the > Drawing Painting Embroidery. Mu *nd!.ll other p-rsoos interested tb prainbc

edlu sMtlieJ his plan with |teat.Jn*.a : hat mo* decisions of th. Supreme Court which by an act I sic. French Lane nage. and if required, Latin, > motion of the compUin ,'.solicitor. sad

taP ctinld have indncti him tn attempt the life of' of the latt C.nlr..r" rt.ftertaba recorded Spanish end Italian. ON, having beets made 'f.appear; by affidavit
the current ofun oas of this and subsequent term ] A Lady ofe-maral qualifications hat commenced that:atl she above named dufeChurie ". entttiDI; '
Mw tralnahlc eiiixon. i* knpMn 0")110 bitnseif Mr.D (.N the lOti met. iwo negro mea as runftwnys. will ba prepared for the pies by Richard Cote 1 caching U'M-on rorioas fatiionabU Ittn Itobion.Teresa Arr dondo. and 1 eresaandLeuUa

1.. *,lassis not aware of having chen offtmt tttey nrhn here for sit or seven CMI and .instead f.f.being detained IiI months mentt. And another of/nl rote gexbu in tine art, ': Patio, inf nt*. Muses E. Lt">. Ed.word
one. either in a private or official e<|'*eiiy months past railed ibemserlves by theuames will spuV imui***...,. .A..L. di..--...nf i i. read tn girt lessons in Orawinz. Th In &Wanton.. BUMO Mori h,. and J..a
.t the court.'and instead of costing as bere-ofore strnctresa sir r i*>imi .... ....-.. -:i.
So suspicion itt1teb.d to oneand whoeveri WILLIAM, taat,rsiu OBI or tot iiMtrku and part of them
any from five dollars. session when taken fluency and correctness,and has had much
te* to liD per expe
Lttt, they non call themselves by the the United relates nd the rest ortu!m in the
is be ha sicce..futly eluded all names will than (rim rience. In the endeavourwill
bt piciou a* pannr.ta.lari.t not cost more every department ;
Neat ladi It is ordered that the aid abstnt
ftf' N *
Jd1 BROWN. i
He no doubt is liukint among ns and it b.b"Vavery eighty cent* Co.ta dollar wad fifty cent) Con b* to render Education practice a* not only d.r..ud.nt4.1o and the said
insurer com
TtW John Smith otherwise Chamliers' is about denied report of th. previous term..and reporta the minds, but she raanurs end mt Zioftbt appear '
citizen to use his utmo.t.od 'avor to find ptainanta bill of complaint oa or before the 2Uth
thirty years old Iud about six feet high ; has of e.ae. decided 'ti the Court nfKing'tBench young Ladies will be regarded with assiduous at.
of DtcsnWr otherwise the laid bill will
1'e hist oat The Mayor has offered a reward of b sleepy look nod a sear on his right ankle, Common Pitas Exrbeq>'*r. Nisi Priu. day betaken nest them

three fondied dollns (..r the tpprebeasioa and and two small sears on bis forehead. Tom and ParliementaryCsaese.tiedbyJn t.aDeb IIDtioD.Pttmaeu, And it pro i* emfuto further agsiast ordered that this order be

babe J"ftMtrto ohvKtion if the villain. "I IWe Drown, otherwise William is about twentysii assisted by Rufus Dawe. Eq. The Term' rt. Rtr. II. Pal??, published once a week until the said 20th dv or
old ha bold' .look, and purl are published inpetiodicai form in England, A. Ct.. E the
)ears ; a very a London these will i, q. December next in Florida herald Dated stSt.
" ander.tendthatibeItesmboFlorida huii..entinued scar on his left km** and one'on his left and sent to n* bv an anent butitiiintended in t to give Messrs. HADLXK & Nitarmtatc.8t.MaryXMay80.l835 Augustine this 8th day of June, 1335.

. let regular trip between davanuabixd eye; br"". Etch of them his on a drab the always entire baveprecedence.reports running down to Ike earliest ROBERT RAYMOND REID.

t' rat.". until October nest.71s pee''.jacket, which is tbr most of their cloth date The Jurist b published in moothlv number Judge Bop Court Dot. E.F.

PIt ._. I lOCi 'I *of two hundred and fife, *i* page, thirta OBTHOFEOY Copy attssf.K.B.. -
ofte Utttaur DutjAi( .-W. perceive by the It i is supposed that neither of the namesthat of which are given for Tea DvlUrt. The Jurist OR DISTORTION UF THE,FEET. GIBBS. Clarlu! 10 .

Chutesten papers that I'spt. Pa,norBl, com they are advertised by nro their real ha* already received a subsctipUon which war FBI HIS imnortan' branchefsnrgrrtht -

Un W wander .4th. Sttamer Dolplin in CCtblJlCtauD names. It is also tuppotcd that they have rants its continuance. M of which i.to remedy all deformities of TUITION .

-ith an r aterpii&png Neat Ind. Merchant uf that stolen a boat aud runaway from some nl abe Thes trend mitt contains a report of Chancery tht feet having latttrsly become the subject of 0/UU! FRENCH sad HIGH GERUAX Lsaturn. .
'b.I..t and ,
city,contemplates, making a trip .Havana riatit. stair' or some vessel that was passing from Cases dawn, tiring th a preftrenc earliest data to run panicn'ar' attention in Fntlcft. and its treat me atttrndmt .
. .. nine t' t with d. ided uecra s'the enbsctihar J.J. DKLIrtSA most re-pectfullr .
tho North t New'Orlean,, at they came of tf the was -
Atrutjine and Kay Wtst with a view to Tbetatrd ttrief will consist a rarer 1&1'ONS.
i. ittbdre nbout 12 months ago in aa bout : induced daring bit ridene in Pari in 1831. to inform the citizen of St. Augustine that
open But Trial aid Crown Cases
ei+Uishin| a line or steam packets between the devote much of bis time to a thorough iavtatlf- en account nf the mnliipucitv of bb Mgsgsmota. -
Florida, with another called the Law af she
Cop of
near The uri&t etnvists
IIe t.. $.. Tb,1.11 ..U Mil fr m CL.. negro fortk tion orate theory and practical and under the ta tho above suenttoiied Languages that-
JACK, who Is KPT Wtst.WM. United edited Aaron O. Dayton Eq
o 'w at Mrateat by .
I; tee on the 10th of\ovember nestWt G. DA VIS Jailer. Each series will' consist of thirteen bur b..n of instruction of the most eminent pr'ctiiiautrthere; ht b compelled to relinquish the teaching of 11Mt.II.Ii.b.
ef Ten DetUn.Hnbscriber : he flatttrabimMir that bt baa acquired such and will BOW devote himself entirely to
are glad to perceive th.et meteorological AnKii.tl3th.l835. SO 256 ttscet per annum take,all at or the either rate of them. knowledge of the art.rnable. him with ennfl- then language II* tats tab method of informing
may dance>offer bii unicea to tbs Poblie. All de- those parent who with to have trust eblHl-
tables are kept by scientific Keutlemrnin It will thus bt seen that this work trill give to
41 Bales oJCARE onaHd 1 Io.s fee oft feet
the much below that at which ta mat ho divided into two classes; ran taught oa an impoYldDd sasy metbtdtnat
Journal nbcriberat rate
various nf Union. of a
parts offered for fr-igh< rnr either of the heretofore sold.Lsw R, th' Congenital nrsucn- orcni before bir b;and a few young ladies canb. received either at hit
itI the Fraaktfo Institute for July l eeataiasa ro- New York, Boston port I such works hue been accidental., or those which take pUc* at different French class*t Dr.Peek..lr.".h-ilf put 8 to 10
Philadelphia, and that ,
I to profession t mam j
pent of the Committee nu Afetrorotngjr of CALVIN READ. ben of the bar who reside in the interior will J period after i';.ud they art produced bv t variety ; All.or at Dr. Porcber's from half past 4 to 6 P.

tt American Philpsnphiral Hneiety ackaotv Mandarin, Angnstfi 1BH3 I if mail of reuses affecting she osteus. muscuUr ligamentuus M.
have the advantage receiving them by so i iaa
if ItdcilC the rrcfipt caf many valuable .'11'0.rotodealjoerail. in thslateit decisions .\.temAII.he..eat..be cmpletclyandperminently HU class of young Geniltnsa avtts'" afternoon
to pat then possession rnred. The tine from i2 to 4 P 'M.-Fartlier notice will ,
f .. Alrei-l v have some lute- I d'keaCask St.r in this country and in England imoteliately' aftet reqoireJ
. retting facts ben dtdurnl from a comparison SUBSCRIBER having just received they art delivered. The publisher fives an as to accomplish a curt on t necessarily b.given will when his German Class at JudgeSmith's .
THE and the commence.
r. of the simultaneous ohsr nra ions which I well selected assortment of FANCY .urinee that the work will hereafter It regularly depend upon nature d'lre.r deformity Private Tuitbn tbs nod late
and morning
the and state of health of the earllID
they mntsiu. ahmvinc the similarity of attaoiplieric ;AND 8TAPIE DRY GOODS. II A 111) ,issued and takes the liberty to refer those who ; age patient in the afternoon.

Mli rhange in regiou's' hundreds of WAUE.VTI.ERY.PERFU\IERY.DOUT8. reside in the large cities to hi. ageus. through A eongtnital .1'lt."t.dcl..r I tea Junt3d.ltT43. 0TIIE8UB.SCUIBKR

i- of niles iH tnat from each outer Thus it Uawtrtsined HHOKd, HATS, 6ADIILERY. Will, whom the numbers can bereceivid fret of post* years'tanatlll having been completely rectified
HPR<< and thousands of other articlss too DUFF GREEN.IT .
that all the fluctuations nf the ha.tonueter nu "' ocular lV.nT.il;!. .
a ; ODldllirolU o. proof may satisfy
mernu tn manta n. all of which ht is dstsrmined ,f fti ff0tt City 1835.
. that occurred nt Naiarillt.Teanes- ,to-ll a* low or U possible lower than any other _..w. themselves application toWM .willgtvt 'llw'tI
If see. ia January and Frhruary last took hou* in the ria,. MICHEL. M. D. hands.to work oa r
i* ).rein Pi'ilsdelphhi' nty four hoart later. laviftg fitted op bb old stand will keep in ad I Cash paid fbr good. .2M. Ring St ,Charleston, 8. Ca. the Military road between Picrlali and New I

A heavy rain storm in January !i.traced (rum I diiiontothft .ho,. article, a complete assort THE Subtcriber wisbas to urcbue from P f*. Persons thread wishing inftrmatioa, nanovilletneommebceonthe2tthinet. Puree
IIJl NstbviDo to Plutmlelphia.travelling at the a- trersge ateetofGROCERIEH. Wholesale or Rtt-il. to two hundred cord* of good sound win please address their Utters post Paid.) renct will be givta to whit *rJOu.ira nanl4it

N rate ft'l SO.miles per hour. From a Ii f .pill' IWo....il wrtl enable hiai to LIGHT-WOOD, for> which hi will pay the Charleston. Jon*.en\ number can bo 'oMajned Person wishing em.

i "eta tton of these oh.err tions it U pnrcbist jrood*low,hereby ht will supply bbrattial eash. JAS. HANSON pIo1.IDt.wiD apply immt-di.t." to tb* pubsrn
such cpnfi- 'customer th*toe t ,... Ht it to "1. Augustine.Mil 27th. $. 8tf. Wasted. bar at bis office at H t Fr neb racks or at bb resi
that 'laws wit!be
' rmeral
.- Wily eiptcttd Negroes
I customers. for put favnrVand solicits them and deuce at Jadft Rsid'sin Acgustiae. Thesa .
Nit deduced alto entitle Metepmlocyto came I tat call and eiamiot bis N8rlfJll. will give a liberal priwi for the hire ofais able LWiHiass
pablle ntraliy to I ortgept I living la tat Country can apply to J ,
b of a srieaee.-Bait. Amir, before they purchase elsewhere,and shall Bnb-eribtrinformtht iahabittat of bodied* IDA e.m.w to work at the Saw Mill at Petlicr Esa at the town of Bayard oa th* St. Johns
Creek. be
it I I I continue to reci"o goods by ev,-ry arrival (roil THE. Augustine and of the country gentraV and I wish paid lDOa&hIlr. RivtroppositfPieolats. F.L DANCY.I
: ITfeR.WREDON leader hi, strvirtt ta theI New' York or wh T., ood/eaa bt parebased pa''1i r.that bating warned bosiatssat bb old &. qulnd by ib curd for In contract bl or the tkeaaader LUut &Act.Aa'i Qr. ftJastar. J

. Augustine and th. adje'at the 1owA.t ,.". He b determined to do a Fbbcbraaa'. Wharf) be int'ltdJ.dispose oft to be delivered at said am Hill.qu..ti"&hi mbi Cp..lo.10 be .Angatine.July lit, .1.811.J
. Country in tb* various braaeba of bb prefe* aft ba'inll.oaIY..Drt wn..o far ctsh or edits : tb Urge tock of groceriet and dry good at,neb' of Mills' ., oat .
on or oct
$.. ral kti arit,.all his goods at a very each advance >riee as be Is sure will give satisfaction, and be FLOTARD: Jsh$ Gerag&ty,

IfI Hisoffiet b in rice boos recently oeeapUd by en ibt first cost tad hopes by strict attention to' eg*bb friends and the public to call and judge flu Augustine, May 27th, 1835. IInd Teller SL Aga&u.
PrBioAM to Cbarlottt 8trsatXATICI business tad the really reduced priuof Iris foods far thsmsalves.la .
,. I to tIre .vtry nti.rar oa" his power. sdditioa to tat stock which bt brought from BAS for salt jst ht;* etart recently opened

' '. AH nrder thankfully received and punctually New York Ia Mania last tad the Ute steek orB, NOTICE. assartatal goods eta tjxriarfv&tj

d & LL ftenens having deatnnds ataiftat the I atttadad, toby the public'. moat ob'dt sent D. Baldwin and Co bt hat rtetind a supply of 17 Wishieg to ascsrtaio.for parpoaawbicbam whwb ha will Deli at a ..3 adraaet above> tat .
New York price*-I -itt kp 09 baud Hat,
,. INs.WiItiHIlf..T..O' tvii present I JOHN J. fIEDIUCK. seasonablt good by Uit recent arrival the och.Jfexirea considered lobe
I tins pope,attested,mad a BISOBS isd.bt.db 8t A u justine,Aofnst 13th. 1835. from New York, all of which be will lathe re l amount ofiajofjprodaec.i betlrstlmponanc..rbat by the Boot. Shoes and Gsaflsaaa'a. Wtraring Appa
.' an Tel and various other articles tat clothing fiat,
.w 11eleuwill make immediate J tail far cash or approved credit.
t- paysBtat to of last
eztmphduereweathu winter,1 for Winter and Summer dress
J00. U SMITH, Adar.&se. Estate ef"PS .drew WIlsefl, THEO. FLOTABD. awaits of Orsegarlei ia theC' "
I. '
H ... I8M.xm UTICE hereby given, That.sit; taaatbsIH .May19tb,18l6. if tbey will to so.Wsws as to furnish sat is CTGtaUtaisa't the mist fiisbianable cJotbiai manner midi, sad to bider warranted lad
aflorbt data ttareof.. tat subscriber,tdsaia I wimbt number cf tr** whith they bavt bad do fit. .
f .Idt.twiI- .t" orator of the Etuta ef Andrew Wileoa due of N.TI B. ttrortd.tog*thai with tbctr ages tad their annualprfduct to

A 1 NEW Uvtrt fmHenew opeaed tsar J. 8t.Johns County deceased.wUI resent lite ae PERSONS bsvnjdtaacdatfainst! the a near wean be surtslaed.hut. oa. .
, H. II..'* atore .a Charlotte eHreet I count of his admtnraration to tba Hcoortbk the ALL & .Aa4raw J. Pack dec., are rtqaat- : ). 1E36. E. COULD. JUdTRECElVED.II ugrest. ready a'Pie.euda ..

'here bales will be kept by tbt dty week or County Court of said County for adjustment,and 4 to NDelaI tbo.-Io del, attested within iwo etc ial.O cease or Beaver.also aUk aad straw
> hr'pnrts ..able .rat.w.t tiorits and that be will thereafter pray leave to'.discharged\ ye rrrom this date; 'and thato indebted will / lone. ftisr sale.GOODbamesaauiftUddlo bait,*-all of which I will sett by w ole.j -.
I .to lust bJ Mar or la, b, from his Administration.. pltara make Immediate p' ment to o horses tousle, tail.T. ;'iiirARP.Ille. tMC ,
', I +o. IIUWA&P.nor" I EDWIN T. JENCKF.8. I O.JlUWABVAi.,,. II .apply,this uMCi Of at AUea'.mble.- .
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i ') : ...FLA. p.&eK 4 118 3) N E air ,
J Fo the Months or No.oober.nl Deft.-

2'p I' J.eeea tit. s......Ule tRl14 Oesita'19 J.Ilwea'a ti- Ebr.1 IsJ.1.: and 7xsiey. PeltrHr'J" and 9 3 45 5b ;ao J6 [FrethbrteiiRftia "
tnhablanteof 8t Angnstintanditt
Carlut.'". 1J
:d : "D.il A THE RcffQhrPatket Sefer. THE 1 y fcre informed that br the late erri- March, 1835. I 4 56 :JJ Cloudy Saint la

,4 ". pwttrer aI 8. L.d ,les supply cf DRUGS aDd MEDICINES 1ro.ststs. a 43 38 RalaE4.3 ,
I" SAMUEL bars hoeD wccJred of n choice and tsptriorquality 1 60' 8 W Clecclr. 37 ... .
.ORn4oowupre eon
Muter wit J
td&81iIaI.. I aunwtct 8 ,. .
The foowL1 abovt ""*fesy hire beta selected warn great cart S S8 fait. 7 4g44
L. I, lute rHIOD to bl- tiDal running between the 44
Wiatyare. tBdwtrrastfdttparttnktet. 3: os 40 N \Y E 66 58 8 W' :
tnowWit of ,tferoaaboat the ,ear. InedAtJoa tothe noo there Ia. tnbndidtstertmtnt
Htvlnj t.0
lien d* ttifcoi. ports UernCattle Tcomtricdhms and haAdtGmlvtllrDtbW..84 ...f PERFUMERY. BPICE8 and 4 65 498E f 56' SO N E "
theta"." ....,.......Iant theta so Joa aDIller "':. s the were mm d rAnuVARTICLCS4b OTcrUcee) nave Dent 5 70 19 : 1( 634 R E Fair ;.

the bsf IMt roar tarts.I tnbttrifctrt wiDreOeh. atloa oriwai_.i.__-.tfthia.....Will; tae.upphe" !L salts bItoll..zcolW la this city either in quality, or 61 73 H 8 W Cloudy.j JIM 40 N. E' Ji

ttattelt plesaats ffoe.the p.rtt ."'Wcn1l. tl to return his grateful tbaofet for V aatia y 7i j .13 36. 8 E P in I: 60 48 :....
__w.s..w. f'p % core and to solicit continuance of fistatronage At tM store may bo ROBINSON'S 8TJ. 8;' 73 46 S N Cloadr. I. 71 :sa SWS .j
of hit friend cad the public. PERIOR FOOD tor cnttontt>> VAtiw, and 9; GO C 4 FIr. 1 68 5f E .
aa..aa o'er yonder wttttra hit!, Bt 'ine others tueb tt PATENT ELE?.tasking
Augus ,July 3d. 1634., 10 58 48 No E Male. I.r77-56 .. .
BAKUV Attain ten tniamei.which U strong !
Jfrt Jsrta" tkfttbif MIlD, 11IS 50' 41 I' "
II 82 61 y
recommended lot the faculty u n nairick 'f
Xbtt fonNy kcftntf,t:4i.. 8f. Notice f e ...lltien.I ly 63' 35 N W Fait .
'cooling food for Infants much epnrovtd of formaking :. E 75 ,60 VboB ,Ia'r af 10.
I bare the Jsfit4'rsric.
for salt 0
at landing on
Upon tJiy ptaM ttrtsnitrSo 8t. John's my Hirer from fifty thou. a most dalkiont cusUrd' podding and 12:; SJ '41 W I I i. R-I ea .W Rower of..I:

hundred thoWnd Bricks, at eight dot ire per excelienl for thickening broths sal soups. 14 65 30" : .. 19 78 M .. ,
laid .1"111.a,, thousand they trt one ala ant ., then the Also, Robl on'e Patent.GROATS for making la1C 66 30' : 20 tiS 'fiC" NBSV

80 ealmty! ttWe.j)I Charleston and Savannah Bricks, at for the ottl.* superior gruel hi ten minutes at one half the eau 6S 398E j 2 17564" E a

III The fan woaM Walt to gild the teentAt ity, they an equal to them if nol superior. let pens t>Either f the common of the or above Embd.a groats made l7j; 63 45' I 2 81 al W tens: ,. .
I prepared to furnish those tht wish to purehse, OT uii &I 44 '
Itiih Uteotrai to I.a'p. with milk afford nourishing and,light diet. 2 .35 40 Fair ..
hundred thoetand .
one every thIrtrdayslifreqr 60 SO N E 810u.1 .
told 2458 40 NB
All the articles above enumerated are
I Afenff tat BMtJt... etttlt tttty, ed.ed. or by I citing will get due them notice.ready it 'otherwise onto* on.the most reasonable safer.tttt', 20 57 48 I i' ; 2,. 68 5-1
Tbt twaHows skit toy bretst, I N. lH Th. JnBngton Creek Ii fifteen miles 21 76 sa SW. Fair. T. ,. 2 7J53 E t

,; Tau wager.rs of thy crovd delay, above Jtrksonvillt,aDd lots a safe harbor tai s.perle.. reart-Faat Fieri 22 60' 55 N E Cloudii3 2 72 5.1 NE

Tbo wotted boon of rot any vessel friar aiM cap the St. I oha'., can load ,, da-IB < I 2 472 588W pair. ,
from a plank at BIT landing. t ; 4 64 44'V .
wiAverse a
VIRTUE .nd'iD of certain Iry '
On ofentr ads.tat ,Walkae! REUBEN LORING. pursuance and a 75 63 I OC 60 47 E r
of the said made
sa Aapl ..May 27th, 1836. a-tf. I order court 2 670< '40 N WI '
With towwwf wood is en word, ,. tittered io the rase of Zepb. Hingslev, vs: We. 31 64 47 N E .yr
with I ten Hniib.et. tl.and in of tn addle 2 754: 4-1 I. "'"
I And Cores strews feral brad Tb Silk Caltarll... pursuance lrt001.AT10tr.
tienaloHef of aid Court of rise 16th Jane, 1835.I 2))8W45 W '
'Her .... ronnd. maxims 63.d.
C. intrant HE Uecotiro Committeo of the Hartford Minimum 47A
will sale in front of the Court 2960
T to
Up. public & Prevailing winds
N E.
a38i ,
Coantjr Silk Societr bare commented a ... I 1
N. in the City of Augustine on the Sd Monde 30 m NW '
And many flewrtt,gay and Ur monthly! Publication, called the Olik Cul..II"1 of July nut between the hours of II o'clock 3 14533 I IUCA1 Fair days 24, Cloudy,3 ; Rain 4. w

Upon lay ntrfta glows,': ( and Ftrmera Manual in the forenool and 2 o'clock in the tiVrnoon of --- -
And on thy'beets). lovely rate, Tbt ot.ject of tbs publication ia to disseminate that day, the fdlowing described properly,to wttt .TVLATIOI'''. AVKaits stet or TSB TVEMOMXTXI rex

Tkt wtterhly Mows n thorough Trot knowltdto in til its of&riede.-the tbo euhintioD of the all that certain, piece or :parcel land with A".re Ilnimum 65.5, MiDimulD. 49,5. THK visas 1833. I&U era tsar or .IS. SKHi
Mulberry rearing i the thereon eitnatt. IT and be "Ind. N E. Main -
of Silk VVorma-The nrodoctiooa Caesars, orange Brae PreyamDI t *,, i. e.
Bat Mi I there Moose. a flower beside tod the Heeling or tai itk, in the moat tpmored i ID.ID the car.f St. Augustine Hospital ward, Fair d'7' 23; Cloudy 3;: Rainy 4. cloudy k -g

Thy Bantu Betna'rini ;Ytre. method. importance of thie knuwl.;dg e *ili bounding South and on West tie East by lands front of by E. B.Arid Gould l:a Creek and en on DEC&IO.ZL' Si. 'ar. |l SS:i; : t HiI

Above all ether lows the pride.Tbo'sf appear from the fact, that the net product of land the north by a lit formerly belonging to James 1 69 &1.11& gMio.' CMax. .
denoted the culture of Bilk u double if notttipletotbatdetired I s a a tw
Rala. ;;
Iby flewen ere fur. 'I from other Baker contaiiiog about two ceret.-Auo, n 268 63 i any crop which that of Gad situate trig 45s
: piece or parcel lying 64 .
can be put upon it. It i ia alto a fact that every 0 I : Pi i '
Her f entit.fame and ongrtet i moderate fanner can raise several hundred dollars twine io the city of Augustine Castle Ward, 4 : N
north of the oU fortificationSt. lines and bounded Main -. M. J.ti.
Tbo el.ader rood oa tie, I worth of Silk without interfering with his ordinary gate : J .a 61tJ

gladtho soft&.eties ofba-r. fie, agricultural operaUnot. Put in order to said on the or East by the public to Jacksonville road feeding from the 68 ir. toe.l >g et c: ..o.. -rf... ?*wMax. !:I -.. ..... )
city Augustine
.- = -
.... for 10100 trail bimeelf thu facility,to obtain competency 760 40 II W. i ,. ::
Would, Pjt.i West, 8t. 8et>Miian's Ri'''. on tb. South by .p i .;;i-
I i and wealth, which our toil and climate bart gin Lands of Lope,Hernandez and others being tn 8 67 41 ..llsa. I .C."t td m'f t' .fi't'bs : e.;

Oft bast thon oeen my Debt en him no mutt pouta information on front en the red,tbout five hundred end aiitv 0'6S 46 .s t ii SIi..I. tjB
the for without it bit !
eahject- emptt will btfraitlrte. Dine feet sixteen 1 Q 51 : "I..q '."I. O .. tjft
'Sin,wboro Iby waters wind, It it tbrrrforo the the Com- containing acres more or I ;
JUrtBtatistbt tranquil dty. mittet to dirties th'w information object u or, I....-.Ata all that certain tract ptrctor parcelof /1 70 5211z ,. r it;a .>..t.til 0 "'I

80 trtne il is btr....--I Io u poMtbfe. and ti the cheapest ratt. exttnairtly The publication land Sanchez fine Barren," to the 1 279 56 IE M. 1"G'U C1C'CIO .. t'
will contain t complete manna) directory North of the old Military Post and about twenty 1 372 58. : .... .c... .."It = !
amile. from epwinff the eeed to reeling the or silk miles from St.Augustine, containing sit hand 14 78 61 I -' ..r."t" .q n..ra c;:)'" 101),..,.. m 1: ftt
And to m? burt ptrOajt: red acres, and surveyed by Roht. Ucilsrdy on 1 I i.c i .
with inch fact end f
Art Wee the: ...'. list beam, experiment, u will the 2tb 8ept. 181M. SAMUEL BLAIR I,1 n 65 Sw i iC .I
enable rumen to rai o Silk and prepare it for I 77 67 Cl'dy. .. .. ., t ..- .. .. _' :s alN
Th t M it leevee the. shed 0 while market without further knot Udjre or ammnce. June 16th. 18-15. Marshal. ; n w Month. I .,_ c:.. -= =_. A=.t._ 1 "1

A cleanest io thy etmuu It will ciao contain interettiryt matter on agricultural ,118 80q6 Fair. --
?subjects in reneral.T Cewvt Eml &lort 4P
I or sal WXATBKft rots
Oh the votet of bir I lore The Calturiat 1 C2 42 r z tABT THK K03T1
And nn-:- will be published i in tt.. Aratt.V .
Is tweeter fir to mo, \ ![ monthly numbers of Eight Quarto Pages.It f 0 56 41 or

Thin the wild t&usie of tbo centaalelr. No subscription will be ,received IN CHANCERY. 2163 43 tw ;i. r' 1eC == :; 'teii
*Ifotl.Tho' unless paid In advance and for not lea than a Elizabeth Bunch 22 fib 42 II'" o ii y Rtmtrkt.
ton I .M .
melody. year. '.. 36 ; a, _
Subscriptions receired by F. G. Comstock Thomas H.Dnmmett. Douglas Dniamett. Cieej 45088 rr of
Wen 1 the stzum.she strayed beside, Sec'ry Hartford, (Conn.) to whom, also Com I ly G. Cummins, Samuel JlcCu'a 7. Alex g 546 28 I - .o -,. t
I'd swell bar foot to lave mnnieationa may be addressed wbicti: if pas ander Gordon. Nathaniel A. Thorn. Joseph .4 1 75 50 d E F..ir. A

And foedljr bear with eontcioas puds, paid will bi attended to Lawton & Charles lAtnD.ON 2 J:647 29 \ 2 80 56 IJ'

07 Editora who will copy, the above,shall receirt MOTION OF THE COMPLAIN 27 SS xi i Z 3 80 57V Ii
Her Image in Btyjvat t. the publication for one year. solicitor, and It having been made to 8 6.i 65 Y.n' 4 76 48 8 W Morning o!'reM.

:. Were 1 1 flower III yonder walk Hartford,April. 1835. 8tf appear by affidavit.That the said deity G. M urn* 2 066 53 II CI'dy. 5 64 44 N W

minge Samuel McCartney.AlexanderGordon, 67 51 Fal 6 67 55 0
I'd rat abo,... rut, FOR PJA1LE.
Nathaniel A.Thorn.Joseph Lawton and Charlie? aZCAI'I'I'ULATJOf.Averalo 7 71 45
That" Btifkt l ptedt rot toDllD7 stalk VERY Pint tract of land containing 400 Lawton reside out of the Jurisdiction of,this Maximum 63.7 Miuimum 40.6.Prev.mul 868 51 N E Iiv
To rule btr bretst ..tI\ 'em.ehoated on the water of.ral Courts the said G. in ;
pltct agto Cicely Mummings tome
Creek. It ie well wiodltfi E end N \V. 9 74 61 Rain ia tbo aipr. R
timbered with Cp,.... Cedar part of the West Indies, and the said Alexander j .
Wtrt a bird, in yonder frovt.Wbtrt Lire Oak and Pine,tad baa upon it Urge wild I Gordon, Samuel McCartney. Nathaniel A. Fair days 22; eland,6; rainy 3. 10 81 56 N E Y

oft tbo lore to.trI 1 Orange Gro,.. It may be had on accommoda Thorn Charles Ltwton aDd Joseph Lawton in < "vAat. 11 70 57 a
ting terma. Apply rise office of the United States. It is ordered that the above i 12 68 55
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I'd ..
terrowi of my lore DOUGLASLEVY.. named defendants 8 E
do,appear and answer the said i t' :: 13 60 60
In many t pbhttirt II,. Juno 17tb,1B34. complainants bill of complaint oo orberoll aha I, I"\' !: Winds Weather. al.lrk 14 63 60 N BVar. CIdyFair.
i l l ti ih ft*- ."rt nt MVt p'**'"*** u-..... 19 70 03 .
m&. tweet tlarlavpdq bur will will be taken coif/aso them :
Wart I o. brew *" / Itniat pro against
Tbt,.1Ir171.w. rd0y. THE Subscriber infornn.the public that he And it is further ordered that this order be pub: 51 33 NV Fair.SS 16 75 50 ..
furnish Lumber cut to order at the. tithed once a week until the said twentieth day 38 VYbla a' 17 69 59 N E .
And fan btr mtert mooatidt but, following prices; of March next in the Florida Herald. Dated 8u 368 50 8 \V ,I' 18 70 64 S E I

With""a fragrant sifh. $20 pet 31 for first rate selected stuff, for pat* Antnstiae. this 16th ilay. of September 18.4. 4 52 30 NE 19 76 68 8 K
nells, doors,...bH. Ae- A. A. Pimun bolieitor.ROBT. 20 85 68 i
Flow then tweet t;yen,flow with pride, 815 pet H for Weather boarding, acantUng RAYI-JONDREID &1 30"E 21 85 <63< SWN Shower 3 P.S5RECAMTDtATlOV. k
I joist and rnmia Judgi SII Corm Ditt 44 30 NV Fair, Stormy 6c at
Thert't not t flower 10 fair E. florid 22 68 62 E Rtttn
$10 per M. for merchantable. A trot cepy-Attest, 7 53 401 N E"' (cold i
Ai abs, the flower that blooms betide II'II'Th. $3 per fif. less if taken at tht MM. K. D. GIDB9. CttrNOTICE. 58 40 V.'ble RaiD. 23 70 59 GMT
btnfct ofkrelr Vare. THEO. FLOTARD. : 53 30 .t II 24 76 66 E Fair. "
', \ : _____ Juno 3d,1835. IC 45 29 N Fair.i 25 74 64 8 E Rain

BALLAD-by Julia 8. H. Pardon. Ttf., ...Jauntg basureu mirk IU patent OJ. 1145 35 .. as 26 84 64 SW Ftir. 1I

.. Ob( girt mt back my..,.... tgtio- I NOrZCB r (7* *0 1259 40 NE 'u 278535

You cannot pries it sow; I HEREBY GIVEN to the creditor, If THE Patent Law directs that"every fare 1 68 49 8 E .. 28 70 51 N E
xattea all persons entitled to distribution before>> be .. 29 74 58 E
presents his petition 1467 SO SV
hoked into abrifbter
eye in the eltltoot Ambrose Hull deed, that ,all obaiDthe
decretory: ofriute, signifying bit desire of .II I 64 41 's Rala. 30 81 668E N
And on a fairer brow claIm against said estate will.be barred nntese
iag t Patent .ball
If still you loved,yon would not tet the tame be presented within two yeas dollars and .haUat.pay into the Treasury thirty 1 51 38 N 'IV Fair. .."crothDD- j

Aootbtr't iflatftrtin D. A. PUTNAM Adra'r. w ,ich receipts he shall duplicate deliver to receipts the Secretary; one of of r i 1 54 47 N E Rain,! [derltarm Avenue maximum 74.5; minimum, b',5. 1I
Mayuto thS.vALOARg.. 1 1I
State. when he ra.Dt'1I petition." SJ 37 N \V Fair. Prevailing winds 8. E.
Oat instant in
yowrtptm depth
.. I
55 38 u Fair days 24 4
-cloudy. rain 2-
Via em it bsek 11a. .; PROPERTY the It has been the practice in many cases,to tend 25948 E .. ; ..- Y
money mentioned to the Secretary: of
If i
Ob giro bask bout tin For Sale. State or to the Superintendent of the Patent Of zi 71 52 8V Cloud,. MAT.
; 00 ay tf ONE LARGE STONE HOUSE ficej but in futon,applicants for patents will cz 41 NV Fair. ----- ---- 'iii
If it bit loved yoo well. and LOT situated in front of tbt conform to the directions ol the .law on the sub 59 43 N E It. t:' II: :c- :a. -= --- 1;

I Da h ia ri tenet'-lit no tale 1 a Sea Wall. j iect, and make the required payment into tbt 24 62 20 u .. -= ? o Remark. 1

For lip.likolHn: tlttU.) Ont HOUSE and LOT In Treasury. 74 60 81VTJ .. l' Te

I read it in year languid senile, Charlotte Street in excellent repair at present lathe It will be a compliance with the law in this res* 60 .. Cloudl' 6owv.tld 183 63 E.- rail -----

.. ,f'j Which.tri,.to tbett in rain; occupation of Cbarlea Robion. Eeq. pect. to pay the muney to the Treasurer of the 27 78 .62 Fair 8U 69 V", K.itlQJ
One HOUSE and LOT in Artillery Lane, occupied United States \Vubi ,ton or to his credit ,in 28 75 59 Va.hle 1i{
Tbt wtndtrinf fUBee- ..aI1er'd tent by Judge Gould any one of the eelecteof depositt Banks. The1 Cloud; Tt E Fair .

Ob Ilie.'baR.... For terras. apply toJOIN receipts should ttatt by whom the is ; 73 62 8 Fair. nib breeze 4 76 64 d Strong bru..
M. FONTANE Agent. made and lor what object. payment f 64 43 S W Raia Ii6Et II tb'r 80 t:1 thunder shows, P tM4 3i 3

Ob girt.mt btok oqr bean tgaln As a notice to this effect was published on the 3150 38 N \V FairaEcA.I11JIoATlott. 'i 64 3j 3t

Yea do not know ite pride;' NOTICE 3d October last,sufficient time bat elapsed for 90 ti6V

I tIt does otuk.M.$..oafbt 18 HEREBY GIVEN that books (reair-- itt being mown to rhea interested. Therefore, Average Alali'l1am 69.1 i &Uuimum 43.4. 8 79

Auaiaer..w..' subscriptions to tbitalltOt'k of ft r feet for patents which may bt cent the Secretary I Prevailing winds N E and sV.. 1 76 67 NV'i:1
"fiotttfem Lift( lmnc I
Trust Comp&ntf or81." or des riatondent of the Patent
Fau' Dot ....-enbtppttrd&,.. will bt opened at the offir of forma Doq tat, after the 1st of isy. will be returned. Office, I j.j Fair_ days 21. cloudy S I ntoJ S.suso.sr 1 11 ?767 8 N' E f. Cool
Tboogb mty dwell witbpiia, J day Etq.November In the city of 8t Augustine, on the teeond Feet for Ufrfftf ff Pj4ot*' specifications, or I V 7d 6.i S E. Fresh brnze.M plutut..
next 10 A U. aDd will be
BeUere met it wil never seek, kept open from time to time adjournment until '', drawings, et ncomallIilaDl'D", should i : J 6236' 'IVFair 14 K2 IIC W Rata aDder cad bgbwt41 -I

To bea'witb yew'e tftJn 1 1J the whole of the clock shall be subscribed cote_- j!I be transmitted to the Sopetintendent of the Pa 2M43 E .. 8U asGt.
J thirty tent Office in coin where they amount to lest 1 7' E Fair
dayt.LOTCLAkKK. 26
: ---Jt..2'lfi. : than five dolltn, at bank notes under that sum Cloudy: 1 77 61.. 3 E fresh bt.st..
> will not be nce .d. 4" 27; N W Fair I 76 67I

PHILLIPSbtriuf nlllid Aa UI1ataDt TI1OS.ROBT. RAYMOND REID J Coai'ri ; JOHN FO&8YTH.DxPiaTKXKTirBTAKX. 46 35 N E". 78 ttG E ,
..e..'.six more nupifi under bif tor June 3d. 1835. I 16536"745,8 .. 78 s: Sho..r at EneieI.

tien. H. tesdefihie. .aiefal ack.wlektmtatll April J.1835. JOTThooewsFSperteatketicwtl 'NV Cloudt' 21'76 63 N Rasa .
let fbo ..... .bo btf "
p. ree.lteddarlag to rtti : 21 2' 7s 70 Fair
thou o dwot yet rt to dill city,rttpoetAtlry tali- UeerJI Urert tiuble.,alle. : io publish the pa H WFair i I. 73 eet CI'eI, 8 to..-..#...

cite a eottUcoaaet of it ANEW, now opened near J. laws wilf{ insert this notice weekly. three times, 1 40 28 .. Cloudl 1 00or.aow 2474E 1
s store Charlotte
Tbo fofowieg brtnebtt are ttsibt in btetcbool. nnl! Strett :, and sand their accounts the 7658 r.1r -
when horse will bo ;' to Superintendent oftie 1 145 30 'S Fair 1
kept too weak .
by day, or
Ortbogra pJtyI Graamar 80 U '
Patent Office.
... ... .oak tfP.i .-Geometry, Hiatory month,od reasonable ten&s? wiit boras ted I'I april 0 I 48 31 N E .. 1 83 Is SEG8
Rhetoric. W.. .. earritgettobirobytba borer CI des l bl 16332" a
I Bf irbfby. Mytbolflfy,Tri l- Val alJle I'laatatlea aam I Rf : 1. '! "
oneatay.fitotAtvy, .....ration. Ntrintientnd O. U'ARD. 1 458 38" N4 69' .

Sorrtjifif, *ko Frteeb and the fins RodiYoeaf i- April!. I-U Ne.roes ffer>> 8al I 60 45, E n :, : 81! 68 M.31.s5 .
asaats 01 Lain. 'S'HE 8UH4CRIBEKdeeirouttoletva the 43 70 8 E
Uee era tattttttttd in in Estate, neR". ..',Ia'" ff Territory offers his plantation for sole, i clonal :
tptru&t&tttd GO aD N A'.. .
W Mulmn.
.situated Amelia Island ? tally ;; 19.5 a Mttilmnm io.1.
"", ,.. to tbe4r oett us.wktehanaederate. THE $SUBSCRIBER+,Jio obtained Let on tenth of Ftr Fret
18 54 39 8
Ee.u ajWinds. Ewad
of aandiaa,on the Main Boat i H E.
-T l ,tesay lie known ODlpI. Administraiiua on tbt above Eetaio Steam Navigation
..... tt Ma A....,. Pwm tb.Hon ts.eocnt.toal1otSUohD.eo" comprising 620 aceu rim. oak sad hickory land 10 M':11' 0s .5- Fait days.m I Glossy a. ..4'T' .

6f5dl 6.Metetie ty,all per tone baring dtiat tro desired to pretext with a baadsome bill ?4 of aailtin tngth.fornv I' ',50 44 NE.J69 II I _

i the tamo within the time prescribed by law aM lag a pleasant and ntttthv residence. Alto, AI' 47 8 E II ,i .1..1.........'. tv8l1ee.
all persona indebted rranirtdto tract COO teret oftxctllent oualiUad had 9mileeeoatfaof 271 S5 8 II
tr make (
mac- .
PERSONS oJatoeor. eVsstalf
of .&*&&& 1rUNM v ditto parinent. ANDREW ANDERSON flu whore mentioned, tmiracfng 2 73 sa ". Cload ALL habit whatever. siatttftoKettttof

.. WOTICEb btftbyfiftfl, Tnttaii aontbe April. 1833. toptriorfaritty,of soil adopted to* tho growth' 2 4888E '1 l i Lewit My..........otD.nI COlI.tg .,........",
'jn .. ofsu'wean. corn,cotton &o. Of die first
ftfUrifee date .. .C tfeeeabiK'ribW.fjIfflia.Utmerofil I 2 5649 N \V N are rtmirtdlapmtnittmd staiitentietul
Ettttt of Andrew Wiltaaltft pf v TIE. mentioned 630 acres 200' sensate cleared sod liD .52 NE'l-, I Thick tel to the 1Jab. All atxosats,, dtmtor dteundt.
It\.Jeian C .......d..11 tat it of the firrt quality for prodsetita; ef cotton, i
prtttnl to- weeks after date, I will tppfjr* not pntenttd wkfearftapeiiod eftwyttrr .
SIX to the H,.. bS 24 N\Y la ,
unit of'ht,....asw 11..n tot .I1""WO ibo Jodf of the Coot lapr.6c. frog tbodtto itereof the
: Gott efaai4Cesoykr 'twat.aDd tr of St. Jobnt.for letters oftdmin, Court trtUov for rise COM With the above the submr'b1rofen&0 Hkly as 29 'S Fair Iceatnoonsscni'rmrri9nr. i$ _wifl bo btrrtd of tst.q.ired.f bw.CUims '
.taave 0"h on lit Bttroot. in families (or ion to twit the 'porcfea I zn..hDiI.:
*.m.. 4aebatgsd Esutsa of 0JWCKO Darts,Taoais PAUSUU tad etb.rwttbt .. tftinat the.1 .. 1.i
to number
EDWIN T. IENCSCS.X HIOMI Cuu lift ef taid county d...... ) otIJo"asI CUtIe,, 'al rMWI be Inattheefgeepik rs
.rIarok,v.& 1-Fsrt Bt. CHARLES W.CLARKE. .1 plantation the Subscriber.uttnsUt, &c. For-ptrticnltrt espl., "yerq. Mulmam 54.31 M oq .3B,6. i DowUl4 ....sat 8t.-A........
X Aagastitts to EOBTt HARRISON. Pre.siNeR wlddt. N
'I May 27th, 109, "'w. Amelia lalaadih .ad N E raze\i1JLA MATTAILApal1
lane.1681, I
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