Florida herald
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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: March 21, 1837
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Florida herald
Succeeded by: Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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A JOURNAL The fpll.nwing rciolu'ioni heretofore offer lishmcnt of an University ; and to whom also report that they bare had the same under JNAUGVnAtADDR S&

0//Ae proceedings ofthtxffiifliw Council ed by Mr. Levy.Ho was referred the memorial R.K. Call, consideration, and are of the opinion that I FELLOW CITIZENS :

of Florida* at ill 15th irwion. It rmolved b? the Legislative" ; Council John G, Gamble and others praying that the prayer of the petitioner is unseasonable The practice of all predecessors impo.

rlra I I of the Territory of Florida 'fhat in the opiinnn the, may be incorporated under the name and ought not to be granted ses on me an obligation my] cheerfully fulfil., to
Mow BAT, Jan. 23. 18r7.: of said Legislature tbe Jrcquiiiuou and style of the "if nard of Trustees of the The committeo ask to be discharged from the first and solemn act of
The House met pursuant to adjournment of a draft of the militia now in orders University of Florida,*' respectfully REPORT the further consideration of the subject. public accompany trust with an avowal of the principles my

r a quorum being present the journals of Friday ought not to be carried into effect. IHCH'D H. LONG, that will guide me in performing it, and an
and Saturday were rrad. lie it retolved. That the Governor of this "'.'hatl.y an Art Congretspassed March Chairman. expression of feelings on assuming a

y Mr. Levy gave notice that be "nna: some Territory !he, and the lIne: recommended_ 3d, 1825 nn entire township of laud, in each Which was read and agreed to. charge so responsible my and vast in imitatingtheir \

future day, introdurr a bill to be entitled an to suspend for the pros-ut the order lately. of the Districts of East aural Nest Florida, Mr. Donning from the coiamitee no the example I tread in the footsteps of illustrious I
Act to amend the several acts relating to issued bv him in compliance with the said: was to be reserved from sale for the use of Judiciary, to whom had been referred sundry m..n. whose superiors it is our bap q

crimes and misdemeanors, now In force in requisition. n Seminary Learning by ail act passed bills, reported, mid bills without amendments pines to believe are not found on the exe ,-
this Territory. Be it further resolved.' That a copy of January SUth, 1827. it was declared that fur amendments in the house all of cutive calender of country. Among
AltO a bill to amend the several acts {relating this restitution be transmitted to bit Excellency :: I Ith. lauds thus reserved should be located which reports were ordered to ue laid on them w* recognize any the earliest and firmest ;

to Judicial) proceedings. Ibo Governor without delay. in Icdont-tha one township Cast, the other the table as follows, to wit : a bill entitled pillars of the republic those by whom our .
Also a bill to incorporate a College atSt. Were ngtin read and referred to a committee West of the Apalachicola river. These an act to establish a Superior Court in the national independence was first declared; \

U Augustine .If the whole house; the House went Inw's have accordingly) been: located with County of Dade in the Southern District of: him "hn. aboyo all others contributed to

Mr. Wright gave notice that he will on lUlu committee thereon after some time 'I much judgment and are believed to be Florida which on motion. Ir. Fitzpatrick, establish on the field of bathe; and those

some future day, ask leave introduce spent in roiuidcration thereof the commit- I 1 I worth at thus time nut less than 82: .OOO: was placed among the orders of the day for whose expanded intellect and patriotism
z a bill t.( 118 entitled an A-l to authorise the rote and Mr. Wood chairman reported said a fund amply sufficient if carefully husbanded tomorrow.A constructed improved and perfected the '.
flank of Peiitacolatu change; tbe locations rrsuluiiont with amendments which reportwas I te accomplish the benevolent designs of bill entitled an act to aid the admiuistration institutions under which wo live. If such

f-the the branch of said Dank at Maria concurred in by the House and said Congress.At of Justice in Mutirsio County, which men, in the I position I now" occupy, felt
na.- resolutions were again read and paised. I the last Session of Congrees a law on motion of Alr.M..in. was placed among themselves overwhelmed by a sense of gratitude *
Mr. Levy, pnnn-nt to previous notice Mr. Ueud moved fur leave to be excused I was passed authorizing the Governer Dud the ciders of the day for tomorrow for this the highest of all marks of

asked and dlitnini'd leave tn introduce a hill .from voting& un the passage: of said! resolution Legislative Council "to sell and convey in A bill entitled an act to authorize Mary their country's confidence, Iud by a coos
ya entitled an Act to repeal. nil laws now in faire t ; which leave wn granted him by the fee simple for tho benefit of ibo Universityof \v. Nuttall to sell so much of the real estate ciousnessof their inability, adequately to
M in this"en hurf Hating the militia: which llousr. Florida. of'which Joseph M.\ While, R. of the the latter Wm. B. Nattallas may discharge the duties of an office so difficult

! was twice read (the rule teiul"nivrd), and t A hill entitled an Act to Indtmniff the K. Call. Thomas Randall,John G. Gamble, may deem necessary to pay the debts of said and exalted how much more must these .
vrdrrnl tube engrossed fur n third reading: Inhat.itatits.m(1:II.t Florida for losses SIM Thomas Eastou Randolph, Louis Goldsbo estate which on motion of Mr Pitzpatrick, considerations affect one, who can rely OPno .
on tn nun ,,. f tained during the present difficulties tviih the rough Hen. Cht'res Turbutt R. Button, was placed amoug the orders of the day such claims of favor or forbearance. Un i i.
Mr. Hart gave notice ih'.t be will on ,tome Seiniuolo ludiuiM, wo on motion of Mr. F. Uppcs, Loockerman .'hchV.. Taylor fur tomorrow.A like all who have preceded me. the revolution '

fnturo day, nd leave to iutimlnce a bill to 1 Head: postponed till In utorroiv.A |J. Lonng Woart* A.bbel8tttle and J. Ed. bill entitled an act to authorize John that gave us existence a.. one people
', r.!.t.ll.fa a ferry ucrus the St. Johns riverat I bill entitled an Act rur the relief of the .1 win Stewartare Trustees.fany% part note&- Wbiteburse Guardian of the minor,.childrenol was achieved at Ibo period of my birth; and
J the Cow ford. I I inhabitant of Can Florida, wnnngain, taken I cecditig ono lialfuf: the two townships" of Lestus Camp dec to sell certain laid in whilst 1 contemplate with grateful reverence .
: Mr. ilea presented!; tho netition of A. M. '! up in ihccoininitietMifilie whole, after sometime loud heretofore reserved and appropriated: the county of Jackson. that memorable event 1 feel that 1 belongto

t, Alexander and others praying an Act ofj i spent in its cniui-loiniinu the commit 1 'liy Congress fur the establishment and sup A hill entitled an act to authorise Andrew a later age and that I may not, expect

incorporation qt St. Marks; which was read leeriiteaud Mr. h'iizp.itrick.chairman; reported port of a Seminary: of Learning iu the Territory Low ring, administrator Brana fticKimme my countrymen to weigh my actiocs with 4
..' and l rcfcrrrrd the Judiciary committee. tho same with nmrinlittenls. which of Florida. dec >guardian of II. McKimme to sell cer- the same kind and partial band.

Mr. ILirlprc.rnted tin .petition Andrew I repot sins concurred in, Mini on motion of! No such University exists, 01 has ever oxi fain lands and execute conveyance for the So sensibly, fellow citizens do these circumstances

t.0,. Welsh?,ipraying the rule And elrrlulive tirivilrso ,, Mr Levy said bill! "u.n.in; 'dthe second i istcd in this Territory. It may, therefore 'same, which two last bills were on motion : press themselves upon me that
uf quarrying, si.=ue upon ,lao. time &,.r.I.'re.1 to &bocngrosicd fur a third i he a question of doubtful solution whether of Mr. Long placed upon the orders of the I I should not dare to enter upon my path of

paL tanks of Illark. Greek and of selling the 't rcHiliufoit tu morrow. I tho Governor and Council can, rightfully, day for to-morrow. j duty, did I nut look for the generous aid of
samo except at St. Augustine; ;, which was I Tho" Ilitune thru ndjournrd. till to morrow oxccutethe power contained in the act. A bill entitled an act for the relief of the j those who will be associated with mo in the
read and referred the committee on Ju'trr.1 morning at II oVIock. \ Tho 1 power created is to sell for a particular heirs of Jos. Dell spine, dec. was read the various and coordinate! branches of the

Sal Improvements.Air. '.'Ul:4D.\\ Jan. 24, J8.I7.: :, purpose for the benefit of an University, second time and ordered to be referred to Government; did I not repose unwavering
IJrnivn effered a resolution fur the final The house met pursuant to adjournment that: has no bein:. It can admit of no doubt the committee on claims.A reliance, on the patriotism the intelligence

next; which soul read stud luid:, on proceedings read. t carry the act of Congress into cffect.tbey Creek Washington county a navigablestream deserted a public servant honestly (laboring ,
tin tab:.. till to morrow. I Mr"\ : Kenan gave notice that he will on must corre.poaelYitb the restrictions aud was lead the second time and order- in their cause; and above all did I not permit .
Mr. \Vrl fit asked and obtained learo to I sumo future day ask leave to introduce a 1 limitations contained in the act ; and the tJllo l be engrossed (for a third reading on to. myself humbly hope fur the sustain

introduce without without previous notice a bill to incorporate the trustees of Gads proceeds of the sale of tbe lands must bo appropriated morrow.A I! ing support etf au ever-st atcbful aud bene-
1 bill entitled an Act tu amend the charter of Academyj. to the: benefit of an University. bill entitled an act for the relief of the ; ficient Providence.To .

i of the city of Pensacula which was read Mr. Tabor gave; noire: that be will on of which the persons named iu the act are inhabitants of E. Florida was on motion of I confidence: and consolation derived

.. au-1 ordered for second reading un to mor some future day ask leave to introduce a trustees. If therefore tbe lands are sold Mr. Wood referred to a committee of the from these sources it would be ungrateful

. run.,. bill to be entitled an net to incorporate the under tbe power contained in that act, the whole; the House In committee took the I: not to add those which spring from our
M n i :.m.M.i .n,1 Irt resolution in re. \Vi>tWn rinn1.nmLcr Vomnmy.l1r. Council must incorporate an University, and same under consideration after some time i present fortunate condition. Though not altogether "
\. httitti tn limiting: the tune in tttucti appeals Wood gave notice that no will I on Inuit make the eeiulemen named: in tbe act I the committee rose ana err Mnrvlu rtmli-. from
tuay be taken in rotation to taxing corporations some'Inture day, ask leave to introduce a trustees of that University. It is to this extent man thereof reported progress en said bill disturb exempt embarrassments home that
I our tranquilitv at rind
If and in relation to elections; which were I.I, bill entitled an act to incorporate the Flor that the Council is shackelled in its leg and asked that the committee have leave to threaten it abroad, all the attributes j
read and laid on the table till to monow.j j ida Transportation 1 ine. islatiou: upon this subject and made the sir again, which report was concurred in by of a great happy, yet and (Writhing
R Mr. Rend from from a select commheenrnle ..t Mr. Shehce gave notice that be will on mcio echo of the voice of Congress. Your the house. we stand without a parallel the -wurjd.people,

the foilnwing: report: ', some future day.: ask leave to introduce a committee cannot therefore, recommend Mr. Brown on yesterday: offered the followed Abroad, we enjoy the and withscarcrly -
Tin select commiitfo to born was rtfcr (bill entitled nn Act to establish a ferry at )I the adoption of any measures, to carry that resolution : respect
an exception, the of
rt'{J so miich! of tho Governor's rarstago: as Ford thin Ucilia Kivcr. friendship
I the Flat. on act into effect. Resolved that when this house adjourns nation; at bODlo."hil our Government I '
rchte tu she election of tmub f tunes overtHcgr.vr Mr. l Hart l ;pave notice that ho will on seine Tho memorialists aro trustees named iu oo Saturday the 4th of February next i it; every quietly but efficiently performs Ibo sole

",' of Alaj. tt'ashiuhtou l and Lieut. future day. ink ICHVC tn introduce a bill to the net of Congress ; they pray that they shall adjourn sine die which was again I legitimate end of political institutions, in
\ rr,r. big leave in report the nccomjtanyi incorporate the St. John Laud and Lum may be incorporated by the name and style read, and oo motion of Mr. Downing was doing tbe the .
greatest good to greatest number -
i Slit t=ill. Your rommitlce cannot diunlll Ibo her the of Trustees of the
Company of University laid on the table till the 4th day of Februarynext.
we human
, $suttee tn which their atntiu| has breii M**. L-'ng gave notice that he will nn some of Florida.1 If their prayer be granted theyare -' I present an aggregate prosperity .
surely not el.ewhere be found.
} called wiihuut bringing: to'the rvccmYction of future day, ask leave introduce a hill to I. constituted, or at least recognised by A bill entitled an act to amend the charterof : Hair, imperious then is to
: the Council some of the mjist, prominent rir- amend an act inc'rpuratingthetuwnufMag the act ol f Congress. so often referred to. the city of ofPensacola as read the second imposed citizen, tbo obligation;
in bis
a camtances connected willi the mrlatuholy rinnna. trustees of the University It may be doubtful time and on motion of Air. Downing laid 0:1 of upon action every whether own
f tie of the two officers to w hear memory the Mr. Read offered a petition tf James A. whether there benny discretion left in table till to.mnrrow. sphere. limited or extended .
fir.t triliuto! of reipert provided for iu' tbi Ilcrtliclut nnd other, "praying fur permission the Council appoint trustees others than The following resolutions offered on ditioo to of exert himself in perpetuating a con
i things happy.
bill. i.i !f.XV f. so singularly All
nropnted to he pair to raise lottery which was named. It to Committee Mr. lead
money by : the ones appears jour Tuesday by ( were again read and the le i illMtti L Wathiiigioti field the romUlI i : read and referred to a select committee. that iu a matter of so much Importance experience must
I adopted
.MOII uf ., be lost upon us, if we are content tu trust
Mnjor liattalion and llarvy Vjjrgcr Mews. Rend Macon, Wood and interest to tbe whole \
Bryan and general Mr.. Read beg leave to offer the following alone, to the peculiar
that of Lieutenant in Armstrong's ISr1 wo hap.
: Fontanc wcro appointed on that Commit I' community as the establishment of an UniversitY resolutions:
ode or pen to possess. Position and climate and
rjnnessee.. Volunteers.- .Soon after. in the Territory stud its eadov meat J._ Resolved____ !_ That_ __ the_ committee_ ____n____ on_ ._ the___ the bouuteo. us resources .L_.. bas
I the arrival ortue Lrignde at Yl"ul"ee.Ia.- I tee.Mr.\ Marvin presented the ,petition: .Maty:\ with the public fuad.-.ho representatives of Judiciary instructed inquire into the expediency scattered with so liberal. iiiiii h.nd-.ea nature the .
liama they score ordered f by their chief tnf'I.ir Thompson praying fur a divorce from her i the people, should have been left free aud of limiting by law the time withinw diffused intelligence and elevated character

i to this place for the purpo of I,: husband ; which' was referred to a select uritramclled in the selection c f its tru.teu.'I'ha Inch appeals from the decisions of the of our -will avail if
conferring: with the Guvortioron the subject committee. Mc\ .. Marvin Macon ISryun i memoritils have formed people us nothing we
rs. state they courts ol this Territory may now be taken fail scarcely to npboM I those institutions
of arrangements necessary to ba made, prep i j: Williams mind Robinson wcroappuiutcd I themselves into a voluntary association, the to the period of two years tlm were and political

paratory relief uf tu the march of bit corns to the :: on thai Coinmi'tre. I II usual course In giving origin to a new institution. 2. Resolved That the committee on Pi formed with reference widely to deliberately circum

this oppressed country. They came i:\I Mr. Levy rIIu"cllto postpone the further ." &c with a view to accelerate the nance be instructed to inquire into the expediency stance that could every 10daD-*
tbe furmanceof=wert of the glad news, but in the per- : consideration of said petition to the 1st day establishment of the University. There maybe of levying n tax oo all incorporationsof ; -per, the blessings we preserve enjoy.or might The thought

themselves tbugralcfulduty.they subjected I I j I of June next. The yens and nays being to.quired much merit in this : but your committee this Territory in the charters of which no I ful framers of our constitution legislated for
to the diseases of the climate I on said motion by Messrs. Lo.aad cannot discover the urgent necessity for the such provisions has been inserted in such I found
and '' our,country as they it. Looking
DO ibs they 17th soon became victims. They died: Fitzpatrick, were : Yeas, Messrs. Fernandez establishment of a splendid seminary of learning manner as to reader the tax ,thus and as I it with the eyes of statesmen of and upon '

September last. Major \V.sb'l Kenan Levy Long Read Robinson.Shehee. in this Territory, with an immense endowment I nearly equal. passible on the different i in. they sow the sources of rapid and wonderful patriots
itgtnnivas interred in the ,
public grave and Tahar 8 Mr. Pn si- t and few
-Nays, | many professors pupils. corporations mentioned.
but .hf'II.,
and "f ; also that various
Ibis tity. The ashes. of Lieutenant prosperity .
dent Me..,.. Drown Bryan This is but in its Its .
\itrgtr i Fitzpntrick.Fontane. country act infancy. 3. Resolved, That the committee m I habits, opinions. and institutions, peculiar
repose in the family burial groundat tilteland. Hart Johnson. Macros i geography, and its sources of wealth are Elections be instructed to inquire into the : to the various portions of r
the so vast a region i
roideuce of Col. Butler of this viciui- Marvin. 'Taylor.. Williams and Wood, 13. : hut little known. Locate the Universitynow expediency of changing the time of holdingthe were deeply 'fixed. District sovereigntieswere .

11'The death So said motion failed.,. and in a few years, when a dense population elections Delegate and Members ol' I in actual existence: whose cordial un S
men of these ,generous and devoted Mr Macon presented the petition of Catherine shall overspread the peninsula the the Legislative Council in such manner as I ion was essential the welfare and happiness I
which spread loom over nut ocly the corps Anne Oarrwll prnjiug. fur a divorce country may have cause to regret the location. to make them both occur on the same day.A I of all. Between of them lime

deeply they the belonged, but alto of affected tcost from her bu*..and ; which was read and mi j I Your eummittee, therefore.recommcnd bill entitled an act to provide for the was at least to some extent many a real diversity
bom entire portion f'OpuUtinultn""K I motion of Mr.,Wood, laid o.i.the table till the adoption of the following Resolution : erection of tomb stoues over the graves of of interests, liable to the exagerated through
w it occurred. \Ve admired their
able and ; the 4tb of J ul'lt. Tbo yeas and nays Resolved That it'is inexpedient to adopt Major Washington nod Lieut. Verger, was sinister designs ; they differed in size in .
gratified for generous patriotism; we are. being called on by Messrs.\ Macon and F lz. tiny measure to carry into effect an act of read the second time and postponed till 10'- in wealth and in actual and population ,
their services, and prosjirctive
your corn.wittee Congress, asked at Bis last session author .
this Yeas 1\1 morrow.A
pairick on question were : r.resident. resources amid varied
would power they .
unite with the Governor and ;
then have : Messrs Dryan Fernandez, Fou- iziug tbe Governor and Council to sell the bill entitled an act to amend the charter in the character of their and
I no doubt the Council l. and with industry staple
lane Gilleland. Johnson Kenan lands reserved for a seminary of learning in of the Tallahassee Rail Road
4f tbs approbation of the in the effort Levy, Companywas productions ; and in saute existed domestic
t. couutry Long, nell! Rohmson. Shebee, Tahoe Florida. laid on the table till to-ntorrnw. institutions, winch unwisely disturbed
perpetuate the
utt tbeie brave and
$ahhii men. memory t Taylor nnd Wood; 15-Nays, Messrs. Resolved That the prayer of the memo The House then adjourned till to mor might endanger the harmony the whole.

LEIOII READ. Drown. Fitzpatrick Hart, Macon Marvin, rialists ought not to be granted. row at 12. Most carefully were all these circumstances

CLairmau Select Committee. I .Williams, 0.Air. Respectfully submitted r_ weighed, and the foundations of the new
nbicb- was read and concurred in; and a bill Wood offered the following resolu Which was read! And agreed toMe Chairman. Superior Court-Easler" Government laid upon principles of reciprocal
1 repotted" by said committee entitled o tions.Ue. concession Iud equitable compromise.
Marvin also District
Act to provide for the erection of tombstones It resolved! by the Legislative! Councilof presented a memorial to. of Florida.IN The jealousies which tho smaller States .
the of the United
Congress States
the of Florida That the increased j respect might entertain of the of the
Territory ,
4- overtbo ,gravesof 31stj Washington log the School Lauds, which read and power rest
tad! Ueuteuant Verger: which was read and rapidlv; increasing population Dad I laid tho table till were allayed by a rule of representation ,
on tamorrow.
aed :. tbe and commercial advantages I confessedly) unequal at that time and designed -
ordered for a rccond tomorrow. great physical
oo Mr.\ Fitzpatrick from the committee of Abby Deiterwidow administratrix of Ho
West forever to remain A natural
of the of Franklin ia Florida so. fear
I It Finance, to whom the same bad been referred ratio 8. Dexter deceased, Thomas Dexter the
_A bill to amend the several Acts incorporaK i entitle it to an additional, Representa reported without amendment bill entitled and Mary Dexter, that broad scope of general legislation
the town of Monticetto in Jefferson tive. .... might bear upon and unwisely) control particular .
act to therein
arty was read the third time meld passed. De it further resolved' That tbe Delegate; ,an which repeal ordered an act be mentioned William M. Gibson. interests, was strictly) drawn around .
f J. JjJ that tbe title be as above stated. of this Territory the Congress of the Un for third was to engrossed ORDERED by>> bb Honor the Judfe of the the action of the federal authority ; and to
a reading on Friday next.
A bill and be is for tho Eastern District the people and tbe states left
L entitled ao Act to amend the char ited States be. hereby requiredto Mr .Fnaiano from the committee on Enrollments was unimpaired i
of Florida that bill in the above their
aarler of the Tallahassee Rail Road are and procure the passage of a law cause being sovereign power over the innusier*
com- reported as correctly enrolled an filed in Clerks office of this
court at St.Augustine able
such additional subjects embraced in the internal
af. was on notion of Mr. Read authorising Representative.Which goyernmeot ;
post- act to amend the several acts incorporatingthe and by an affidavit it appears that the defendant of ,
until to morrow. was read and ordered for a second tan-oof Monticelto Ire Jefferson county, Wm N.Gibson, resides this territory but a just republic excepting such
hlr. Levy. OD a offered the I without this district only as necessarily appertain to the concerns .
1 .rmer day, reading on to coorroiy.Mr and also sundry Resolutions I judicial ; tberefute the said
viswia of the whole
resolution: : defendant ta required to 'in this court sndanswer confederacy,or its intercourse
Marvin, from from the Committee on Mr. Levy from tbe committee on Inter appear ala united community, with the ,
the said bill othe
Resolved That tbe coramktee.on mUUia i Schools and Colleges,.made the following Improvements, made the following. from the date of this filed advertisnentor within two the mouths said dons of the world na I I

atreetedtoireparo and report to the REPORT REPORT: bill will be taken pro coxftuo again bim.J'RODMAN.. This provident forecast has been verified
Oise .i"&oot del. Aet fOr the The Committee 'Schools and Colicgoi The committee Internal ,
.10 re o on on Improvement by time. Half
a with
wtzidon or tH m m'oi'tasis to whom referred ranch of tbe to whom was referred 1bepetitiunofAndrewWelsh.
Terrltflry. I was so Solicitor for the complainants, tra&rdioarj events and elsewhere
hteb was again read o:) 84 adopted. I I, Governor's Message,.is relates the estab. with the accompanying documents, March Sib, 1838. : i, astonishing results had passed along prodaciag; but.a

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MI our kuihutiuut .it feai left uomark.1 ,ill..JJ.iou5 the want of it ; but among ourselves "II' -tnupcct a. this! We look back on ohstrt* about to be established at New Yrk and L."maia.alla.tilt ..illtbet. .
ceased' ties avoided, cud dangers overcome; on ex* the Highlands; Iud bad the proposed Tele I He
has received
/ Crutn" a.maUuuh,, ,'o..YO .d oubtnpou this greaUttMut_ : at that. slate I..."u. t
several times refer
realized and which have
: I -tl m. more thaii prosperity graph lu we
laud ,' l'r"YclI pcctatiuus .has
.' people po'U''EP' .1ftUJtU'I. ex 1 secured. Tu the hope uf Ibo vd, been iu operation, it would have been been examined be(.re U* ( Jj
perfectly t
1 5. .b. ; bas "Itb ouBiacreaso has gone* 'oIsttar IliiuQ It,", IUYI- argrdssluurolls hostile l the fears of tio! timid and I tbe doubtsof $25 or $:jtOUO iu she pockets of some lucky I now ia se soa. i
Stand the ,,ofjust principles; ( abroad wl
the privileges,, civil progresj anti rtJigtuut, of HID Certain danger vial. forcti-IJ l fiiim tlu ex* the anxion uctuil experience has given speculators, who mijthi have obtained the i I Another negro beJo I IA st-CIO 1ft..

kamblest individual are .. l1\.r.rctl'lrote\ tciiiioti of our territory. tho tuuliiplicatiou the conclusive.. icply. We have seen for.-1 lime exclusive telegraphic right' of reporting said 'I I aMAUofibUcIiy.il ho tun ass ; .

tee! at home \ and wlulo, the "III" 1&11' fortitude of States; ; and the increase t,f popuUtiou. gradually; ditel'a | every unfavourablo {t ship. ,. me has I made bis appearaacVfafd,? '
bn adjptud' only I II boding, and ourcoiistitntiou: surmount tvt-ry jn l .
tu j .
from Our
of have removed far sys ttii vas upposed
u. the slightest people apprehension uf foreign power I to lhedundario. comparatively narrow.These 'r 1'reieiit ,
control. out
,they h tvo u.it yet ,oju .n.I.I"d.il'lI singlenstanco have been widened beyond conjecture i a* beyond rat are endeavoring ta i a .
whit ii Our ruins ; the member of our Confedciucy are I all lime, magnify. dangers; but trueplsiluu March 22 1837.
t t u Target right. !' Wednesday, i t More
iiuerce( uashcen! extended tu tho remote alrcmly doubled\ I ; and tbo numbers ul peo ; | pity moil leach us that none moro + *'IIIJt-IIaa an arrival fr;" :
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+ f ale Mugtiienteil. Tho ailedge & I. threatening! ttiun the past can remain: tu !bo.overcame : Clerk yesterday! ne 'learn ,h.I'
au.l l arc incredibly
uati ut ; the Vittuc, even IMIU v, t> uur I 1 FOR DIILKUA'TK: 0 cosnt. l&i
I I ,l u: danger have long surpii ,edHiiiiiiji.iiiun ,. ; ami) we outit. 'for wo have just IO a Dr. Ilickman
cause were
< b i* c-OJ greatly changed a : murders !
confidence. iu .A S mc Urt.; ) rh
entertain an a'ii>liu4 ta
l.ulll"UO of iho c rrns .tl. lo
nu-q ;
ha in Iho rclamo !
wide difference in Mi 1 I since at If.- Sulphur
s I'' wealth and 'If ,'n'IIJUr'it'lI ul'uurrouuiry hire (.1 I h..,c.-.I. 'llia, potcr aud iailaeaic" tha .ial'ilny Ofuuri.istru:1iuu.an: .J un entire ; "r =sr AfULSTIMlWe spring oo ifo

I i resources|.h. ipiiil i>f mutual I reg'tnl auJ of tie rei..iilu: h eve risen t., n lieiaht ohn t t,,1vltlluittb.st, if iiiiinisivitd. : in the:line. < I liter a'luut. 7 mites north of Ntft

5. or r.hhrulatllierellc; yet 1 tu I .
!: ". I+cun'inued, ti prevail in uur cumMin.We wn lint moro Hiurent| | at' I is: aucicnl', th-t.i. : !, II.e.re abnndaiilly, aUequ.ilcil lion. in siipjtorling Cu!. Don nil*. In a'. auut'ser wiim a u rrsJng!, with hJe'sl '
fruitful it is iiaiits ties and lu' la..i- ; iu prcst-ivu to u* ami i our chili'niiUieiirlii a.II
h'IJrcituI ;
hive loirtird by experience UI at j doit'g' ,believe we have been influence+ i.byu.ilhing in 'WII errs sir the I
:" luvcbemopuuuJ 1.I le nilJ ..Irc...' .I..nwcallr..ua them; { thigh.
I 15.1011hat nil implicit and undevi4iin adherence ) tit'lj" sourrf ul'geuu..ul prosperity .- .J-
but desire far -
the lu".I.
the* principles.. on which vo setout ; the ciVott of discu4 havo bare to in iku'iiir 1..lu'c.1 l l-ind. 'liar It tiiausaud' a public (oCul. Th'articlo. iuerted 1
to lit
P u* .peruuly onward tu all uturtcd liy iho invetitire geitini of uur 1 generation*, thai cbo.iii spot, where "bap-j; Downing is i in our opinion, the unlv ; our'Uit:. !
COd carry pro 1au.1 "Oltto'wa.. taken from
I the roullirtsureirruassuulrvs ami the vicisitude plo dovulopcd and fostered. by the spirit {.lias* suinds; (runt a pei ("equality of x pu- man now before the people, for their suffr.- :: the p ;

inseparable from tuo" I 11ft,., of yeni*. our iniiiiutitms ; nod the enlarged variety: iri'ul light.For i i pc-, whu hi* sutfifient weight of character I : .! Com. I Herald" and we selected i fwd .

,1''', taccess that lid thai attended uur auJ iintujtit of interols, pruductious and myself, therefore 1 desire In declare! and I"I ...* tu fit him, for the duties of the |.oe of remark but want of time

\ great experiment i.! tutlf, a sufficient c4uo pursuits hatu, trcn ;ihcnd the chain of. uiu that the principle. that will gut CM me in the arduous' office for which h<$ i.i a raii'lidate. I| u* l'' omit them.We .
uti account uf tbe happiness it mul dependence1, and lonr.ed: u circle: of i high duty! tu nbicii my country' call me, it i n
lur gratitude certainly cannot
hts actually c."f red. and the ckitiiplo it mutual. Ueuefils, tau app.tiout ever tu booverlooked. strict utiheianco: iu the Utter and spirit of Ho i i. the candiilatej: East Florida and l las j conceive at .

.bat unanswerably given. hut tu me, my ,iris| thc constitution. u* it- was designed by those such we shall support" him. Wo deem moro sublime spectacle to tilt

bi* citizens, biokiugfor*. d.., the fur di,- lu jti,tly balancing the powers of the Federal w bit franu-d it. Looking back tu II as a *a- :. it our duty to slate; that our columns are I 'Florida: than the surrenderor o.&i& '

F taut (ulure.Willi IIr&JcIIIIIa'er. and eunfi. and tiuieuuih now, nl they always open to 1
ding hope, ibis retrospect ;; iresrut a ground insiiruiouuulilo arose at the outset, add suti- t mind cul.i.ilJauYera deemed: ineviiuulf. yie disrU4ii-ui' of th.i merit nf the different r..nI I( habitant: of our depilated! and :
6.r deeper delight It u.pre ses uti my sequent work of cllufCui ioti and. compromise: '".ug rti-. i
a firm Velief thai the perpetuity of our ius'ituiiuuf Auiul tliesv 11 \> 4s scarLtly; believed I.01st l it ilt limited to iratiunal, nbjcis; regarding; did:ite for Ibis respnnsiltlu" office. !tIn t'y, might return !.. their de. ene4

i dependupon ourselves ; that i i.| no bio that a Mchenu of g<.
I Btuintaiii tho ptiucipHttf,.ch they were es pltlxincuutruct.uucuubl remain uuiuju- t| all power not explicitly) parted with; 1 shall} ,i / our last we puMitued extracts of letters t .-thm wduIdourwiblossom ... w.. :

tablished they are detuned tu confer their rust from time lu liuio cmi, .iriH' >
,: benefit on cuuuile generation. yet to hate reitaiuly occurrcil' ; but how just i* IUd by Anxiously referring lo its provision! fur ngrecment between Gen. Je mil tu ev- conti.lenctfol' futuro ...ktv iuipjiud. ity ilia i and starvation, which :
uf exposure
,cuu.e ; and ibis( present dirccti"ii in every action. Tu matters Mill; chief Official have since i. 110.
n despatches :
,try Irit-nd' of n aiikind Iho chec,ni; proof knoi ICll l ;.o tu .1 vuch Iti .u ,ci': ..!ou ha beeu itoBicstic cuuccrnmeut which it has i itrusted: I Itd r I throughout uur borriers.Oictbla .

that a popular UMvrrume.it, wisely formed, happily .I lemuVtU. U\iiiui.king "."lIal lu the "'ederal UU/ rllme.st, and lu such been received from Ion. Jesup tu the loth i still mams at large, said 6s; .I

I }1 wanting u..t element of e..uur.uco orlireugih. utid tumporrfry cult as iiueparuule fruiu tan as rel,tto to intercourse, with foreign itvtiiMis : ills. .\\'C undert.ind he doc not speak sangninrly live "iI.'., and anon pr."I.l aboet .. .i ir"uinlli.

I Fifty: year ago, itrapiJ: failure impructica'.le: operation ul all human institlliioiis j|I t Ishnll zealously devote myself, beyond nf the termiiiHiioti of the tsar; on ih* i' .... eekini whom he may

a boldly) tvaNrrdlctcd. )Latent au4 uuc."I'iIrotUble "' $ uiiti loukiu,; only lu the general: roult. '' lb se limits I shall ucser pass.To ': contraiy. h I .' ue. donlit of ilia ability +i>I He. still is fully enti'lrd tath then 1 1'
has be .".Iicl''. exp.t3 j 'Crrfll Untak ." .
.dissolution weie supposed every patriot reason lu s' iU this into a further **
cause l cuter on occasion
aud and title the Federal (luvviuitient bas .uc-1 of iho chief tu control. their people" anti pars i s| Our prnspects a. e glonmy.
to exist, even by the wise Rood, er more minute. exposition of my views uu !! E r srt
: I:. Mofvuly{ Ud uulricudly or speculative theorists tc"luIl11urturu.CLI: l it. appropriate. "UIICIIUdl :' the various question uf dtiuiestir policy, '' liruhrly their young mn. He doubts the we bear nf new depreciations aadcnnimillrd 't

anticipate for u. me fate of past republics I., relatmi: "( tu foreign. alUirs. and couicciu would be as ubirusive as it i il probably unexpected faith ol. "'hili"" the Topkuliky chief. Ti&r- ; .by>: the enemy, while the ..

i but the fears of many an honest painut evidently tiatiunal tunt ol every: titato ors |I.I lidfore theuA'ragrs ..r my (cnuti I tall a .lIb.. b.irf uf the Mieasukict had come f,! orehoaltiizrua.Jesuputtbay: wUa i"4pcctofpearr. ..

overbalanced hU' sanguine h. irrs. hook rcm"l k"ly. improved in 1 protecting: aud Hymen were c nfcrred upon me 1 submitted } i "PI'earocCI.otW of
local interests aud lvuJUIII its and brought with him Uhyar; I. of 100 men to indicate !h t.
; back on these Curehodiujs, nut hastily, developing: : ,'U to them, with greallr..diuli. my t piui .
relueUutly made, and see bow, ill every ,\&:trare; and if tbo viiiration of authoiny jns uu all the mist prominent uf these subs 1 women anti children He hid previously' M

iiutauee, they have completely, failed. have occa'ionally tended tau much toward J'eels. Those opiulou t shall endeavor lu''I hem in and b id gone >iut tu hating his people. I I We were accidentally la alt.,....| I

r it a An imperfet experience, during the one ur the utter; it n uuqueslioualy certain ,, carry out with nay uimosl ahil lJ. ,I I i lie had again gone out charged) with a met *. 1. the Sup nioi Court (now shtiuj S() J I

struggle of the revolution, was suppued lo thatt he ultimate: operation ul the eutlru.ys. j!lOur course of foreign policy*,!!** beeu so to i'owell or Oscola. Mieauepy hid: aud beard with interest, (and w. lit t
warrant a belief that I'r people would Outs tens has been to strengthen all the exuuugiastitutious Oiiif'riu and intelligible, as lo c>j'i.titute a ; :. that all others who attended t
bear Ibo taxation requuite. tu ditchargo an aud tu elevate our uhvtlo tuuu-: rule uf executive conduct ,,'.ich leaves little i, not ret ceuie in but was expected in daily | mast hat ;.

4 '. immense public debt already incurred, and try piosperity and reuouu. I tu uiy discretion unless, i iUlleed,1 were wili ., lu IMS letter of the 15th (;en. Jesup express. I.t interested) with. the brief remarks

fo defray the necessary expuuses of Ibo Uo 'i be I.... perhaps tbe greatest, of the prom- (i ling tu ruu counter tu the lights of experience, ', g% the opinimi that peace may take pi ire, 'i by Judge patio Iu referrence to the I

/ I verftmrot. The cost of two war has beeu lueu''ufct'luf discard anti disasteruppuscJ' and tbe knuwu opinions of my constituent but he will not rclix ibiu in bit bniine of thesaveral 1 court nr hit I I.i.
r J raid nut only) without a tiitirtuur, bat with lo lurk into unr political condition, waa .beiustitutiou ,i I We sedulously cultivate Ibo (frindtbi of all any prepa- lion. niibus'hodistrictofl Kat FIorUi.will I
arKril,. No one is now left tu doubt that of domestic slavery. Our forefathers nations, hs the conilitimi. most compatible: tin lo take fi-Id! should the neressity a;=-ill .

CTCry burden will bee heci fully burue. that were deeply impressed. nits the deli-1 I; with our welfare, and the principle. of our :: occur. The }suit at L'eke Mouroc bat again not permit us lu notice the tffci J

way bo necessary tu sustain uur civil io.'i.tUtit racy uf this subject and they treated it with (1ueruDlcul.Vo decline alliances a* been e.tallishr'I l.A l. Urge wlmh Isis remark eiitbractd, 5s I

>>I', or guard,our honor ur our wellare.lodeed a forbearance s'i evidcuily n i .v, that, in spite 1'I I adverse tu our peace. \\'u .sire coinmei /I, I II I our next we "ill eatlray...*I..Uytb SB 1

aU ez ,rrieueo has shoivn that; the of every sinister foreboding> it tie vr, uutil ,. cial lelitiont ou equal! term, being ever j I BOLD A.(D D.iaiMG DEPRKl'TOl. I'j jI our reader, under a full! belief th't a. :
uiHiogucM uf the people, to ruuui ,ute tu the present period. rbur.da1I1ihc last uf the boKlest
sue will be
I s these end iocaifsot I vmergeury. bas uui uf our common conntiy. Such: a result is received. U e eudeutur 10 conduct I I answer necessary tv cxoaenM>

foru.ly out uu the cuufideuce vi' their reproitutatives. sufficient eviJeucc of the justice aud the our intercourse with openness and siuceriiy l ; i: and must daring depredations. were committed :| thn Judge from even a superior that .. I

patriotism of their, course; it is evidence not promptly avu"iug our injects, and seekingtu !i; at .';"01"18 that we have heard of uola given the whole of Iris lime aid (

lu the curly stages of the new guff eiumens tu bo uiisukeu, that an Bubereuco tu it can establish: th it mutual frankness which is i i since the commencement tf the "Ir.I A I to judicial stud i". an.! ta the serves i
-... when. all tin rolls.iufurure i as they recug* Prevent all embarrassuieut. 'kern this, as well as beneficial in the dealings of aathaj'as of of Indians tho stable +' | r
party came up to oil the people.
oized the uurqualled ,ervices of the first asfrwtn every other anticipated cause of.: disposition and i'I I ... .
OIen.V. have no we'disrl ih. n:..!'all |I.,s-. .* ..** aoout a nuns --- --
t I'reiideut it na common; sentiment that difficulty or danger Have tint recent eveuts .i*** "I' eiffbt- ,'. .*>,.blb' !. UHpuie. I II 1 j I I
the 1'111tei hl of,hu cbaraclrrcould aloue. i made it oUvious In she, .iie|'''-si .cnctlluu.: '' whether internal= or foreign, that may mo. I t I dred yards distant and took tberefrnm five : .AcriJt-"1 y afternoon.a t

Mud the ilikCurdHii, n.rtrri..ll'sf. /ur go* ':, that the least deviation fruui this spiiit tf |list oilier c..unlru. .; ffltrl liug them in all horses; 'here were seven III 'be "aM .I.ut tutu trf **f F. L. Daury, .:ffJ. aged a otttiiiiiilli ;

'eniBirut tffLrlbrr. 4ml ,i*,e n', fiuih the t'i.i 'lord,.aranre i Uinjuii..uevery lu luicrt, th.itf hi, ,ir olrutfit ts'"uI'nl"J'!. : I.I..IU.: | bmce bit .- bum .ml) ""....Itdl AmuUi' the violenceofcxiittd of au-1 mtr cxhatutlesi; story I
valor fur people "
.... ... ., >er they were unable tu lead off. Oa* tutu th** street, auJ wa picked for .
e''llcl'l\l\iiouAlia .>fuii titru carried lu t l's ;:!: let-ling bus I been: n.mcli t:* dtste- designed aggres-iput; uud |tin the cons of thee horses wouM l never let any but his 1 !; and carried iut'.i th. house. In a 1i

bighett point; the Mrtuo .uJ Ibe lortuuUe ]I I: &gurdeJ; : ; uud. tuudmg asliiww uo before my i cious-aers any of our .*w n just conduct, we feel I 1 groom enter his stable, the other was par. j i|: time i it r.tiYfd and it was din 1

of ibo petiplf have sometime* been greatly countrymen in this. ugh place ul honor and security that we shell never be called 'ticularly a,triO to hating any thing ou his that its thigh wa 'broken. Other '
tried ; our systeuii purified aud vnhuuied!,I of tiust, 1 cauoot refrain "rUUI auxiously iu. I la. determination (
yet to exert our never tu hick and. it that took him
upon they out ,
.. .. still. fellow-citizen. be deaf appears were apprehended; but we are hipff 1
In value by ali that it has encountered I ,'ukiu, UI, never tu permit an invasion of uur rights, without I M '
preser e. H..|*pirit of, free a-id femleisducu** in its dictates. Tercelviiigi: before uiy election punishment or redress. i| quidI! ; but as soup as they commenced- learn that the cbilJ is likely to recover. v

:." : sou! tilcuJrU Mhti UtiituprfircJ IrnteiuulfDe* the deep interest. ibu subject wa : In B"pro.chiu'.lheu.; in the presence of lug him he jerked away and they could not ; w.t" providential cape. The ac .

liuh. orginuing; locxtite. I believed it u solemnduly my aisetnhled countrymen, tu make thesolemn retake him. They attempted. to entice him : was thj result ol! carelessness oa dlo"
Tbcrap4iiiy uf the people fur self government fully t' make known '''; seutimeuis inregud that remains and '!,, a
promise yet to with corn which they put in a pan for the pur- its nurse.
buss ii null u.iw, wueu motive 1 j
a every
and their n il-iufciten ; pledge myself that I will faithfully execute I
cud without those rxhibitiuot for misrepreseutaiiuu has |Mi.sed away, 1 ?I pore and chased bits irouud fur some time.
hi h stoic of duty, thetoffice that 1 am about tu fill. I bring I The
em that ".Jlb") caudiUly: weighed and I After securiitgMi horse broke jute the following appointments wertj:
f coenive' piner *it geucrally trust they j suit li me a scttlrd purpose to maiiiain the they .
ployed in oilier countries tu uhuut tu all uuderstoud.: At least, tuey nil! bo try institutions of my country, which I trust I i store house of John Lee Wdliaini Esq. who during the last session of the J.eai w
and euaniu' ol, the tnu. standard uf conduct ill the path befure me. I Council for Sr. Juf hns
needful restraint will atone for the errors I commit. I I has chargenflhe I'icoUta hoi.se and stole County.'e
bava .lo been f4vorably ex.mplified I then declared that lithe desire of tuoto of ;
nicipal ", t In receiving from the peoplo the tarredIru.I Justices /t'e Pmct.-O.JfI' S.
favourable ; two pieees ..f cotMti hacging.: ; And! a barrel :
in the history uf the American my countrymen who were tu uiy iwic? confided tu my illustrious pre i i ; Frrderick M.oanlez r
States. Occasionally, it i* true the ardor election wa IraliGed.ul must go iutu the derersor aud which hn has discharged I"i and a half nf corn, a barrel of urea |r.rk ao-l Up, Wecdou Joseph,

of the public sentiment, outrunning Ibo regular I !'re.deniiai Cbair the iuflexiblo aud uncom: faithfully, and 1 su well I know lliJt I cannot about. H half; hu.ti'l I of 4 ill. Ti: p-.r* wa s UriMrd't! Segui, A''.rahi n D t

progress of the judicial tribunal, ur 'promising opponent uf every aitenipt uu expect tu perform the) arduous tak withequal Iijli I ly 1"'lulc.IIII' an l ".iil".l. '.'b", unleaded rhiliiiWiluiiu.| Teer DenaetU Cia ot!
reach cases out deuouuccd as I' the vf. Congress, to abolish slaveryin
seeking to part
ability and! success lint united u.1 I Dunning, Juseph S *aueh X. Jon
criminal the existing law, has displayed Ibo Dis'.iict uf Culutubia, against the il t<. ik nut the piers s and haded; it over
by \ have been iu 'hi* euuns,li.ndaily witness of Williams. -
itself ia a manner calculated to give paiu wishes uf the tlavehuMing States; aud also < his rxclusiveaud unsurpassed. devotion to the fCII.-: =.Ihc:, tilled the corn lute bags which s

to the fricuds of free government, aud tu nits a determiuaiiou squally decided, tu his country* welfare, agreeing with; him iu they found in the More house. I!i s! Xotorie PuS/ic.-Bernardo>> Stgai.tlmr 1s

encourage the hopes jof those. nbo uisb furitsiiverthroiv. resist: i the feti;;biest interference' with it I in the sentiments which his countrymen' have I They broke off the top of the clipboard M. Itred.I .

These occurieuccs. buwe/* btal-s where it exists. ; 1 suhiuitled also j warmly and permitted to partake | A"douttrl.-Ch..lel 'R bi JssslHernandez
I supported fence for tho convenient 1f handing ( u, )
far less in our cuuu fellow-citizens, with lullne audfrankitesM overtheir
ers have been jfrequeut to my largely' uf hit confidence I may hope that si
D. Funiane.
try tine any other of equal pupuUtiou, J'U.., the reasons which led tue tu this I somewhat of the same cheering approbationI plunder. Iu doing all this they must I I Raphael
aud with diffusion of iutelh i' determination. The result authorizes me ( have |i fX/: The Ju.lge i ..f the County C"S" *
the globe ; tp lieuce, it may well lie: hoped that they will I tu believe that they have been approved I, him, I but express with my ol\'n.ho withes sevral hours. We are iufurmed I 1 quest u* tu u-uify the above Dallied psm.

cunsUQlly diiniuuh I iu| frequency soil violence. and an coufidrd ill by a majority of the 1 of aU-lhat he may )'ellon; live tu enjoy a that hero are about 12 men fit fur duty at tu call uu him f i.. their, coanauslaas.commiiun "
The generous 'patriotism Iud soun oftht of our fellow It I'icolata. ai.I.ix l were on guard at the time ant tt|* ten tfa&
common souse great mass whom thry most immediately.affect. .now for myself, conscious of but one desire
citizens .assuredly iu tim, produce add that bill be return rdi the Executive Ogee.I .
only remains tu nu conflicting faithfully tu serve my country I throw my This depredation. was committed. The sentiuol -
this result ; for as eve(, suuipiuu uf illegal with. these views can ever receive my constitutional self without fear on its justice and i.s lint! could not have been ou the alert or 'I II
=4- not only wouud the! nmjcs of sanction. These opinions have I I "Locos,** will be atfnded to next welt.
power ne.,. Ueyoiiil that 1 nnlv look tu the gra i could' h heari-.ig the noiseat _
they mil ivo helped
x,: the law, but furnishes'\ pretext for atiridg- 'bfeu adopted. iu the firm belief that they are ciuus protection of ihf Divine ISdn:. whou 'I
lag the liberties of the .ptopte, the latter ..."tJ.I I in accordance ,with the spirit that uctuatvdthe slrengiha.ihig' support. I humbly u1icif.. iud Hia time '..f night. 'lor Ou Saturday u gut. the lab Inst. a par,

: the most direct anti peruuneut interest: lit vencratedfaihersof: the rcputi'ic, and that whom I fmenily tu luuk down Immeiliatfly uji
i pre-ervisg the great (Und,. in .rk. of nuri.il succeeding experience his proved them *to u* till. May it be pray nmoug. ; the dispensations upon' boys intelligence; by Gen Hernandez scouting Lang! 's house on the south prong of St.Vkf
order and maintaining iii alloccasiuin, the be huu.aue.Villriutie. expedient, honorable crisis providcnco lu .bless. uur beloved counS I .artier oidered thecountry I rye river, about thirty miles from thup!
out to
were scour
inviolability of those constitution! and I Ivgalprovistottt and just. If the agitation. of this subjectwas S with honor uud with length of day; I and! killed Mr. John A. Osteen wbili 0'
themselves b vo ry in every direction. Ca it. Hanson ..lin The Indians then gnaJt triiih
., which they iufonded to reach the stability of our ; may her ways bo trays pleasantness and I II : at supper.
made. j instructions, enough has occur -d I., show all her path be pe-tce. I i wish a Jelilcl..llrlliiouk. their trail on Sat- : upon the bone which was checxs4M
In a supposed unfitness of our institutions I that it hussi-iMllv failed: and that in this. i t, --- I tirday, and followed it as far as the Cap in t Mr. 14""';'. son, quite a lad shoo : eat*

fur those hostile' emergeucie*, which uu 1 as ill every other instance, the apprehensions NEw YORK, March 7, 1337. I the I (: about six miles the Indians entering the door. The"of f&ail
Jig Swamp,
country can always avwd} their frieuvU found of tho litnul and Ibo hope of the wicked for THE SHIP KaiE I KKTUR.IED.-We: aro (press \lr. Ling immediately closed the tl eSR

a fruitful source unpptehedsiun" their cues I' the destruction. of slur Government are clad tu .annouucf unr reader*, that tinlUrepaikel south of 1'.I.ka. where he discovered their:: nf ht h MI'" which the Indians attewp

rules of hope. While; they foresaw less ;I again destined! to bo disc 1 suiuted. Ih'roI 1 shirt i C.ie Capt. Funrk, hat : C4.up. From Nppearture, they must have l.i (urns n\\
prumptnrsk of action than in (luvernmeuu I and there; in,Iced!. scene of dan;;crnu* '01j iritruleut I I arrived at this port" trills I.i. ship, himself, precipitately; nJd-a. they lift all theii plunder .. its ...fflr .O-tccn's horse. They caegatsalscalpnl "

I differently formed they cilooked the fur have: occurred l; terrifying, instances p>'ss"ns..*r<, shills rrew raru. Mini everything blankets aud pntvisions, taking with H young negro, but be fortaaststy
more important (contidentiuu thai with us. of local violence have beeu winietsed; and .:aft''. (<<:apt. Funrk' lull 11 a vie, a* before 1 will. it i'M Ihout. survive thus wauDd.I .
ivar could never be the re.nlt of iudtviduulor a n-cklf diregard of the consequence of ..nnonn,'ril, on the iloth December, and ; them their rifle Capt. II. retook two horse I I L'eni. Dell of Capi. Oail,', comps

irresponsible will, but mu.t be a meu/uru their ruuluct thus exposed ill.hvI uI'I" poi| a* bo himflf. iiifonn IH, experienced a tremendous : *, and destroyed all that the Indiau had ni.h i detachment went on Sunday Btf*

of redress fur iujurie*,sustained, voluntarily ular iu'ligiiH'.ion: ; but n-ilhcr masies of iho gale off( the French const, on the ; I left, by burning it. Tho cotl-m bagging in*, M* t ou Ht h.* heard of ibis ocean f***

resorted to by those who were tu bear the people: nor teciiuus of the county*have been night of the 2.1th. The chip, however esc ; they made iutJ wigwam. aud wens encamped in 1 pursuit of the Indian. No human .&<*
..reo..r, sarrificf. who, would consequently |'sweryrd. from their devotion tu the bond of ptd the sinrm. without the least danger.IlerdeUy I ight can revent these unfnrenaterences. oast"

feel an individual interest in the contest, union and thu principles it h
and whos.energy would bo rummousu use I It will bo ever thus. Such attempts at 70 day, wa .occa ioimd by being ho 1 fore, all around the settlement in wbkb. "WL
with difficulties tu be encountered. Actual dan ernu* agitation mIl periodically return. t i I calmed'! off the coast of Newfoundland fur notation AnJrttr Cue laJten.-Thi1 Lass; resides, without &o.JiuIJult.tl- t*

events have-proved their error ; the last but with each tha oiijout' will be teller 40 day*. The Brio was within six suite of i negro whoranaway from bis master last Indian
".r. far 'Item itnpairiug< gave new roufi u'ider.tood. That predominating. ) affection tiansly lluok, .10 P. M. on Al .nday night, summer and joined the Indians, was taken On Monday tnornlog a deUchatal a>
deuce 10 cur (iiiverumeut ; aDd amid recent for our political system which prev iI. Iud the Captain and $passengers arrived ill thirty men from Capt. Pell, company ."
under Lieut FcaactaAof
apprehensions of a similar conflict we saw throughout our territorial limits; that calm the City early on Tuesday Morning. by n party of men tent from this place to,scout tboroajblj'JJ.

....llb. energies; of our countsy would not and eulfehtencd jud;;uiett which ultimately We have beeu iu for me.I that risks to a Captain HASSOU'* company of mounted onler, if possible to route those pro.aqT,

bo wanting in ample season tu vindicate its toverus our people a* uue vail body; will considerable' amount in tbe }packet ship Erie volunteers on Thursday rooming last and' rascals..

rights.We may out 'plisses as we should. alit aI' be at band lu resist and control every might have been insured vu Monday at brought to town. He says he was in the These are. doubtleti the same Iai.. a
aol desire to possess tho' extended and ever effort foreign ur domestic which aims or some of the Insurance Office 'in the City" who who not long ego, rommitttd in that set ,
ready military organization of other nations; would lead to overthrow our institutions. for fifty. percent. At sunset last evening party were routed byJCapt Hanson at sacral outrages of the same etttuv. TW

wo mal occasionally suffer ,in the, outset, fore What cat} be more gratifying than such ft the ship was within bounds of tbo Telegraph I I the time John Cesar was killed. tad that he have not probably ketrd ef tin tmefi. II
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h,,lag bearJYJict it not, and llme.lllo' end degree of impruvemtit in a'(tots will be a City Ordinance* \ Superior l/ Court lor the District; ANJ ORDINANCE fur preventing accident I

yew ski r ttttttoiy butcheriei. These prowlers vuisaoco at another.*' An OKDINANCE requiring UM dtaining of that may happen by Gre,and for the suppress

1 n bo have to herd lurked about tho i- "Rome not oeiog built in1 a clay, to Ibo lots Maria danchex Creek. of East Florida. ion nuisances. '.

oata alike' St. Mary's and lirandy I of a town will not come all at once to b9 lie it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen! of ETITION TO FORECLOSE A AuI aT- See. De it ordained by the Mayor and Alfermenoflhe -
prong like wolves. the City of tit. Augustine, That persons owning QAQK. ( City of St. Angastiae. That if
Braucn, should bo hunted built, and while tho buildings are spanc, they "
But lots bord'rin, upuu or through which the said THOMAS C. ROCIHIU.: and others particularly any persons of what 101.lle..r condition seer*
to sex :
Showing no mercyJlbennelves ago. .partake in rr..purdo..r.ha cu ulr1' creek called AI.nIS&ncJ.ez creek within the named in the petition.tertu3 et' from and after the publication of this ordi* '

or condition wo had almost said that none as the buiidiug proyrerse',tbo reason ceases limits of said city may run shall open the same o a...... shall fire any gnu or other file-arm, or .

tnouU be sbown ibem. 7cctonci//e Cots'. and the indulgence ,.iih it. A man on his opposite to or upon their respective )lots, so that hex FLKUCIUUK. ball: makn or close tu be raide.or IB II or utter, .

.-.-- - own farm may erect Itit \rubug stye But the sinus m It be properly draia d, anti if any IS HEUKUY: GIVEN that con ; or"(Ter tu exp Me tu sate, any tquibe.rockets or r.

The dUtarbaneetin the Creek nation have in town be cannot keep hogs or dove cute, such per,an shall alter due notice from the said NOTICE jly to.the act f tbe Legislative otl,'r fire work, or shall) cart throw or fire aay c

been brought .0'. close. C apt. Pago, wo'learn I or pigeon bonne so near my dtvellin* a* to Mayor aud Council, neglect t.. do an, it ship) be cil of thu lerritory approved litu December V.llmi i i "llIi"ruck| ,.. or other fire works, within the

is Imtily; e'mplujed iu cullectiug the offend. by the smell. Either of thef the said Mayor and Gnuncii to cause: Id-*". entitled *'an act tu regulate Ui i foreclosure city of:Augustine.. CotDlpllted within; ; line ,

Indians together preparatory. to the entireemigratiou I .*' It i is on tho principal or cootie the 4ino to>> be optiie as aforo...iid at the proper of Moiigagcs. by theco.irt* uf Com nun Law of tuinmriicinff; the <*uatheastcornetoflhewatrr ,

i uf the tribe across the MissUsip* guity plants cost amt l charges o. the owner. ur owner* nftucli. thtr'1'etnturrand (for other l.urJUllep lnloJl battery of I'M AUritinand ru..hiu.ItJ'Jlh along

Those who have coniiniitcd niurdtrs, I ".3J.'hat: be a nuisance; In one part lot or U, the a ud cost nod charge to be recov of the plaint in the above cause, baa bran duly the ahoitf of the harbor at low water mark to a '.
ri. niny : ,
I tied ur. mull bnn of ,puiuteastofsheuW slag': aeguard house and
owner ur owner action filed in the Clerk' OlMcc of tin
a be reiairtd in I cnriur Court
and vtber high crimes ; 1 of the town, will not be in another. | front throes to Maria Sanehcx c ark,and from _
i' assumpsil before the > aid) Mayor M any such jus-j; for this dottier tu be .held iu this city of tit. An. _
custody, fur Hint; **A Soap' UlliI"r Oil'QuJ street A cat ,, lice of the peace le-iding; in said city, together ,uallut-. in which said ptjtiti.io, th teiienirntsuiortfagml thence amng aid creek north tu the old Spanish .

We hula to see the settlers at* rest. Their enderuiuiiiii 11ruuJstrreGn Itreu llousoou \:,I with fifty per tent d"lIilsatlb.eun.: by the said .:ei'endai.t to the said: plain eran..th'eul. and front thence east along saidentrenchment .

sufferings and privation* have been ini* | LudjatH Still arc tiuUmire. fur such trades i(|: Sec. :I. Ue it further. wfaiaeJ1'hat if the own I tilfe, arc particularly L'encribvd: : and sclloith. The !.. the place beginning, wi bout '

tense and the properly that has been destroyed uught nut t.i bo in principal. parts of the ,!I n or owners of any such lot or lots shall) be lion inorigigeii dated the lust Oot.ib r le:"Jaii'l the special license of 111p slayer and Aldermen ..

I ,'*almost incalculable Remuneration ciiy. but in thti I uuatd u.*' j'! testdeuubasing iiaagent in said city er ifh ivmj t made liable to "retlllllluoaur the lapseol seven : nfsaddcityrh.Ulwruhjrcted' ton fine not ex
Ih ,,"t..r the funds vrtbe I such agent the aid azeiit shall refus.> tu, { I ceeding five dnllar. 01 U'lrilunea, not exceed .
II h should be made them A Hino kilu ,.> near my house that the > comply : year from theWill a'II"lJllJuI' lrJ. 'bu .

I Y government provided; it cun be rqna'ly smoke nOVud| is a nui': occ.-U Cuket :;11. with the 'pro v it tuns action contained, iu the shall first 'clau..eortliefiirgiiiai property} uvjitgaxed; ices lolluw*:- sl ing l.ate five, IK day, rba! tan.l or the if,the shall 1'11.see subject convicted to said be fine a
it !
and equitably arranged. Montgomery .Adrtrizrr. "'.\ Butcher must confine his thimbles tu for ;'he said Mayor and council then rausn.the: be lawful..aidrr..ek That creaiiihnn, e and lot. t>f ground) lying and or wlnppin' exceeding" thirty nine lathes, .

1 \\L ,_; I' A convenient 1I..rc.-Con.| Uig.Il tu be opened and properly drained through being in the city of St. Augustine in Hospital and lttle owner.lruieeur person under wbe .I
nil the Ward fronting, on tho street formerly known a* t slates shall be shall)
*- would bo useless to mumcrato sucli lot or lot and lo lieU| *u mach thi-rfof at control stint .tat ur b lia
From the N. O. Commercial iJullt'inM I$ /instance of. IIuI+a11CU1. The }piinriple on ,public auciiito to the highest bidder on after,i'. Hnyal in,front street now the called Charlotte said street,and bounded bte for sail 60 and cn..t.,tube recovered a '
S on west by street inthe
Rrcla t). whirls, the_ law proceeds, is to use )our pro. log thirty day notice ol such sale ;in some pub the lum.I", waybf ire rues Mayor or Justice ofthe
rear, on east, by a lot belonging to the
TEX.S.Tb.uhooaer i a..r, so a. tint tu injure that of another.j .- i lie newspaper .printed in paid city; a*will be sufficient late D."ielllulberil on the north by a .lot now plaints P..Cf.. who .hallake cognizance that nething 0' the herrin Com I. :
I!; to the cost and charges of opening 'royi h..w"' .
3 Sr/ri/nrt, 074. or late belonging: In Juan .Jose llo quct, and. on .
Kyran, which arrived. nnSaturday ; and draining together with fifty percent,thereon csnlairMd h.1 be coiwtrued to interfile with the '
1 the south b '
properly lately belonging to tho
from flraiuria, brought us a file of -- and nil rn+tt |ii n vi l.il awatathat the owner ) United :1.1! troop or Territori.il militia. or
heirs of Chritobal Drno and
-a the Tex Trlegraph to the. 21st ult. Au J Chen Pluytr.-.rho grand match ai' Oru\Vrlp.r.vrD.., lotor lUll so sod: or any }parsor e heir of Cukcuut.inug, now the .property, in font I IIra' : with any persona. or p rsontif. in the opinion of
from San Antonio, had bro'tiutellig chess tthi h Saul b fii so long carrifil on. Ly |ir'tiinn III le'lrllu'l redeem the ame by Sauiuej the Mayor such discharging,, firing, &c. alb
Potts and Loudu.i, ingt.tthe '
Y ,,nrethat BrMVo had left ".0 com I curter|oudent' between pnrrl.aawror pnrrhiawmat any lime seventeen stud n h ill"?>JMIJUU} vara ufunylutr ur oMigationSee. .
tail terminated. within I""h.l ontlu after filCh sale ,,
jTewib.is the full
at I
maud of the Mexican army, and returned to SHVS tio for three amount of the purchase together with Also that $lot of laud anti l house thereon in the !J 2. U., ii (uither ordained.. It shall) be lh

Mexico, leaving (Jen. ocelot at Matninorns Alter a succession of contents: one hundred per cent thereon money and all cost sad city uf St. Augustine in ll-irrack Wart. )sane t. especial duty of the city tneswnger to ... .

with a forro .*f four or five thousand' mm.- years, the Eugtiih 1 players h..ra been obliged all subsequent expense which the said ded on the "o'lIa.lll the lot belonging lo the "UtoCot. the ..b.en.uC of this nN.IUc.and h is here
That the Utter had it in contemplation; to to ncknou ledge tho superiority of tueir or purchaseruiay have incnrred by opening J. (i. Forbes; ou this Southby Uarrack St. by authorized to .pprHif ... anv and minor

despatch six or right hundred mounted men French' opponents I and have sent the a* and draining such lot or lots together with' the: nn the oust by a lot lately belonging M Anthony or ,lave*,who may b guilty of any breach uf

Sail Antonio and Goliad, mount of their stakesto the Ctrdtdti Echeu, \; addition ulnae hundred such Proctor and on the sore. .. by George'* Otters. this ordinance iu his prra-nc no seize upon. +! No J. )Rue de Meuatd, to be distributed; to ]i I 1,. percent upon el.pen"s. measuring, north and' rapt!.. nineteen. vans and deHire the said l 3Iayoror any JunleeorshePeace
that be latler'jdace was out cruI
l Vuoniiift> ; feel mid to be dealt with here i U
1 Passed in two east awl we! t. ;wenty nine Tatar. an I
I pied 1, and the former only garrisoned by n' the parties interested/ I Council 20th E. V.March 1837. the said hours ami l lot. being at the date of Mid. 3 Heitfmher .pruvie.dte. the one -
small force. I & --- -- Mayor. the ,Inlfofall line*arising under this ordinance
Test, B. 8EGUI Clerk.' inorig igtf occupied; b/ family oCGdJrge A n* shall
After occuptiou'comrni,toners were .I "jT.f TIOJVS.Umcic. dersvtt. Ei>q.Al be placed at the dl'ru-itiut of the Ma)or.for the

10 b. sent forward to the Government of Cutattslnt! : riT.Jr assets BARRACK } AN ORDINANCE- *",tint: certain tractor lot ground in the purpose iifviiforring in ..b'Yle.b te other .

Texas tu treat (r peace mid independence.. I St. .'1"1.'''.'. E. t'. March 15, 1837* I entitled '... ordinance amend to an the Ordinance city uf St. Augustine known by the name ofMouthvrn half baU be IllaCt to th poor
: regulate mode of
communication ha been fund.
The editors (,r the Trlrgiajili" iu com : Ili" : following j granting and licence bit, bounded! on the west by Cnthdlxcarrot
T issuing Cm
the 'information, remark that wade to mo by the General curatnindiug|' of >> 'tt.Un. ; on the north,by a lot, called central: lot;nn Parsed the 2::Dee. a 6. -
spirituous, tuiou. and
fanning otlu-r
upon of the dt Julius, slid i.i pubi! .Iied for the informal intoxicating: i .:. GOULD
ttlnue! ra t the east by the water of the h tbor and on the Slayer.
"')tuns far this be true time can I II liquors, within the City of St.
may Augustine
ion of thu concerned and Attest, D. SEOUL Clerk.Take .
urtifico of the e fur other south by a ...11I11.11.)) or laneue+sutiug in trout
'letermi'ie., It may fir mi purposes..
I J. ..Kt.NNI'OY.: ;
un street, three fret and .
9iii -tao,a), fur purposes. wbtcu it is not easy to Lieat/anti A...t. Com, ufc'ub.A : the(Uu it ordniued by the Mayorand Aldermen of, depth, four hundred and seventy fifty feet down to lure' in Notice.
tCoOlJ.rehrnd.0 would Hiuftcvrr. advise City aforesaid; that it shall not be lnwf
"the citizens:, put their gnus iu shooting> I 'T AN'?. GEII&RAf...;()'Flce. ) i any other dealer in any vinou+. spirituous; malt or water And allkl.U! that redcap lot of ground.in Ho*. i JUST received fresh by the Schr. S. 8. llll.i a
intoxicating of
liquor ffioeeeies.
by the
order and in every way equip themselves I &l. AsaatiaeaManJl14,11337. ) in bottle quart ur pica) ward city or SI Augustine, bounded on theweal cud loaf. such ,.
fur twice in the event of being called tu I I SIR,=;The Commanding (ieucI.I.uwial'O., any larger quantity to be drank in his or her in frnnt.on Churiotie street, on the south U"lnal'.uap pane Rioi.; and onerngars. .
caution ceited Insttuctioii front Major General Javr, or shop, or in upon or about his or her s tea, rtre.lard. .butter, cheese N :w
the.h ci'l. iUut at the same time we peai+erur to by a lot and premise occupied (at the due the Orleans molasses.
in relation{ to the delivery of ration. from .permit any welt vinous, piritn> William ha'u..rjlrol.careul., reasons,
which! by the
them be moved idU reports mortgage) Livingston, on nssrthby _
not to by our malt or other prune driest I tu the unfortunate uflr* intoxiciting: liquor to bother .. .ppl Cb.rIOlolru.sugar
the stores, (
public '
I a narrow anewlsschrelarat. it from A
too frequently obtain credit. InJiin ; direct uie to make drunk under a penalty, (Ira white or free eo'or-' proper butter crapk"I.petal .d hl..w c4 ., (
ers by deprcdat'on tv, at the dale of thu mnitgig: **. ou nvd and K.CU-
Wo arc fully persuaded that the executive you ncquaiuted therewith and to require that ed person) of twenty dollsr for every oflVnrc, pied by U,'. raid Dirk Flei chiuan ; aud uu the and eight*.. ol.iu., niice.cipve.vand other spices,
and secretary ..f war We alert, and. '> ill give will l bit governed by them in your future is* tube recitvi-rid before the Miyor of-aid city,or eat byMaunz river. i many oih r ariCl. 10 tedio.to ention.

the earliest iuformation of the approacii, uf you sue at this ,ost. Thee instructions it iunI any Justice of the Peace re-idiullhereiu ; one And aim. all that lot of ground in said city of Also, on h Id .* usual', liquids and wines of a
half to the use of the said city and the other half superior quality; by the ca-k, or book.
the euo?). I' d'ritood. are given in coast'qneiiceofa* having the tits Augustine bounded fronting east, on St. .loa. .
A letter from the army under d its ',uf the '. been represented Major General Jzsvil. that to the pee said of any person, who may sue and recover George Street ten Spanish Fares, aud in depth I grateful thankful fur the, JI.blc.for .past "Ut,and will b
and if I e and
penalty slave of same
17ih nit. represents I Ito every thing+ being in great a msen bed elll"ac.iied in the receipt of nine stripe to a thirty forty six rata*, bounded on the north by the I rv pains tu accoinodate or.
exicllo'itcondition, Older, harmony ration at Post U|,=ileman. j jCoufuimably back pi inflicted opus his or her bare house and lot of Juan Gianoply. south b/ the cu.toler. particularlywhenchi'dreu .
upon' conviction before the said ur servant* are for articles'
to these instructions youjwtll Mayor oran buns of Antonio !Sara, east by St. George Mil
the tJJiers, all will be sold low '
and discipline. prevailed onnmg / such Justice of the feace. for ca-h.
with htiid ration, from II i il Mreet.and west by the hou 'e and lot of Anton
who aregieatly elated at the ,prospect ref a Irl Ciiiienl.vphgguiHi-geftaMikae.t$. I arced iu Council, 20th March In37.E. : Puns deceased. W JI, DARCALOW .
I IPreti'ius I I l
speedy cucuunter \\itb the t item). Si.! Prtg'JVeHvftMi;.gettaUit'.tntntt. j jI T U. U. GOULD, Mayor. And ..!su. all|| that lot ground in the said city Feb. 13,1837.

1 i to the death uf Gen. Austin, I I I 31. f>.
arrangement were nuking; by the TexianCabmrtt Pott, aud .1 I I4th. south b> an they un the uurth.by a lot ur the Superior Court-Southern

tolls, : idtcneti to lobar ill tAt Superior Court-ISast Florida.. b., of MateoGeradarrania.il ,,,,
for au exchange prisoners. ; Lutorert preferring ir* > th '*t, by ab truir I District of Florida. _
extent uf those held by the Mexicans\ and I ,', pttVictcniceat' the high tca:tt of end. II \ IN 011.1/1;">r'. .- ht-bs of Andrea* HuiiHUoa. and on the

N fur the di charge uf the balauco un iiarolo. j I I.. tarty.* .*>li>r* i.. ..lvOjMM t.. &It'I"' +einel tiac* .I j V* ter ..UitcbaI. :I, ) wcstby a lot uftlie ornate ?.Michofl I Crosby, I I Win Marvin IN. CHANCERY,
Tbs lion bus nut aa yet been adopted. I I lions von may deem it propel ta with hold ratious ], t >Is PARTI no:*. measuring iu front. Feet and west Filly seven a nd. I Dele v* Joint M. ...nt.u Frances
plan ever leter4 from thu o who have heietufore received them, [ Nthemiah Brush,& other ) half feet, and i in depth south auJ north sixty feel spine. Sophia Wallace G. E. Wallace
We uWb the government may i 1 you willinloim. the part'e+. that )'our decision ,Ii M lusts of the Complainants' : :;utic! torud! inure ui 'les*. Frances Delespine. limiline: Delespine, Ma

1.. mine upon 1 it. It would teach the Mexican I,''i in that respci-i nny. in tint event of their distal j jisfaction ON it hating 'been been iud to appear pry And else, a certiin tract of' land con lill Delepus.. Henry ) Joseph

till a (lrs.ou of magnanimity and generous for theittw. h be ep cah'd fiotn to the affidavit that Tei eta Arredoudo.. and. 1. ...It., and Mining four Imndrrd and! four acre: rite spin Josephine Detenpiue." Mary U.I

bearamenevM taught them (by tbcirtmuIsadrrs cotntu indine. General: or in.uis absence the cum and I'nra-a "Failoinfant l.uza ..Utlnio, lien ated in IbrCuuuty ul M. Junn+. 'l<-riitory ''Iin' Jol.DrviiJaie.A.cbitl.CR'k.'''ICb'

:.S.9 and wnuld appear before the woildas <<1 m."dill.JUcel, heie ry U tiddler. Lath tier Goads <; J...<.i.i 1/. ale I, ftlor"*:, l. un ihi 1*. .ul sale! ol. Ssi, (*eorg..'. l..ikitnow Laziru*. 'riniuihjr dtrt'

dttiwr a gloiims etample .,f ii.oderatiuu: aud I ago furtbt-r directed to require that you will Ii>lo-h, 1.1121; U. C'ltncli' Js.b? U. -"'':. in ttm county uf Mo+piitn ; use first 'line IT AI'l'EAKLNG all the above 'KO.A.'FIO..\VIT

bttinanity almost without; par..!UI 1 in i the Gotrumetotiwerrwrttothrcoumandtt.rGrnenltbenatuerof : Intusli. Clinch MarL, Clinch, Duncan tunning; .norUi thirty. cast, salty chain (rum a', 'I.wd defendants except
:J: iifinoderu. warfare. such pcr-ons, aaynu may un. L. Clinch, Jr. Henry A. Clincn Catherine cypreu: a pike tree ; aeenuJbnesoatlsrerrnty. Henry Delespine, reside without the Southern
history tree Clinch! JNirholaa' U. t east, thane"u, to a thud line f O'ret' of Florida and that they
) Cu John T.. C..11 r'I..orlla. I pector ,:, leI this order exclude reeeiviuf te iuue.. | Clinch, IjVorgeM. Clinch, j pine! ; iioitli nitty side within the Eastern Dutrict .1 r
. 'i I I MII, eight )last !nfatit4J >**tfph L pwluu. I'aniel J. 1\. funr ea.t. tiny to a pinefourth line south fifty except
halter ictieral ufthe Texian arms, died at Camp Very rwpectfmly\ Clarke. a nurtioii of tne deiendani iu lice aboe i west sixty to ana"b; sixth line formed and uouti* last named w l o te ide wiibin the United States,

, Ifof. !'i-lepeudenrr .*n the JSJih Jlllluurl... lie :,> Your "".""t H rv't. roil, reside out oft I'cifitoj), and some f fiiiiiifd j t did by said lake ,I but out of the Territory, and Iha the Lil in tee

4t was n natit) ufTrnne; graduated ut (Sbned) D, $. GUIS WOLD, I of them in the tinted tftaM and sauce iu lice ( :Th". aformaid tenement, moitgagcd a* afore* '. nisei* filed.-OaDKRXO tl. the

West .Point, and for six year. belongd I, A-.'t'' Adj't ien. An'.. Dig.3r.j. j t(11 ell lndie+. IT lo; O.CIILt\.U.: lluil lice said said are subject lU previous, a
the United iat'''s Army W) blsjdt: ails Tex* To Lieut., I'. Kttffrnr, A. C. 8, .h. lIt Uendanl/ do appear and uu."vr thu laid by the nan! Uitk 'Iei.hme.dal 1 lih! October .. first Ball bill within two months stet t

as hi. l I..at a braviand valuableufficcr.Fruni i Fort Marion.ftfiJifitfoffvior'ff. Compl'irtanU! i lull nf Ctuuuiuini, i u uruur.i ldj.r). to I his truces lUvii Floyd. t:+\urd U.I I 'last publication urili. order and that the t
the Tebigrapb wo ex rart the, ful -. -- the.v. !>Uli diy ..I" d |iienibttr twit otnerwii tne (jit son William II. SimmoiiiiMiid Gen Gib; aid uAln.d bill appear and an*'er the
> fort after
Jowiug itrms: I! Sale. !l said) bill will bo taktii/ru noel ease a: hut tuein. : all of whom tb *n resided in the city .>(il. An ition., uf w.bi'a this order oibarwive months t. Gist l.ai

..Jr't A churl| w at fec..II)" ftiMght' between Gritiresl :IN: VHtTl'i.' nf an rrd"r uf tiie Judse of thCounty e. i And it i ill farther ..,decLlluilt HIM tud-r be pub guriiu**, intent for the b-...6t of he creditor* uftne Itn pro the bill b. t-. w .
Court for the .CO"": of l''nJlCuiau; li-hcd once a week pnthlho' aidiUii dy ufft'eptember said llirkFleiiiirnan. for debts due un lIe tu.f'l.
it '
Johnson ordered
14't 1 F Iii llouttun and itrneral in ) that this bo
date of aid A.t ode
1 woundi-d. 1 w'I; I uflTer fur ale at .pnblir auction in the cnv of nrsttn the H : which the latter wat slightly t; S. Augustine the fir t Morday ofjnue in 01. fi't.; Augustine' lbi I lib day ul. March ley'7. the Iau.e.the surplus. amount of the said pro* ;! pubU.he in St. four .
The campaign against Texas was :expected all that: pieta ur parcel uf Land co'niaiuinjt 1500 nOU'J'.It.\1"1J l 'U:IU. perty assigned a* aforesaid wa. to go to the mouths. AUlu.tle.ror COD.ecute

to commence in the 'Fr al;. ,IThr acres mote or !lPo.. Leung the southern part of x I! Judge siup. Court Dist E. .'. UI..rll.gfJI.ror..i" if any amount .Iuuld be j Dated Dseetuber7th,1836.

IW Telogranh I cautious the citizrnicf tract of land containing I.MJO: acre, ori:;iuallyCranUnl Copy Attest,, due to th.... II( JAMES WEDO ..

..... the Uuitrtl; States how tbi-y purchaie lu"tdsia to 4\iniirns Hull lit ids fp.iiu" : .;i liar :. if._.. .11. GIOOH.\CIerc. said;l'be following tenements are included in the I, A Copy. Ja
slttilt that ri pullic. It any* 'it it ratty tu raise. eminent' situated. near \*>,y Smyrna, in the ---- --- mortgage, and whicu. are nut subject to the { A. A. al.Jcrsax, Clerk.

the "IDJ. and to advantagn on paper' ; fine County uf Ilsgndn! iii what was known as1Tnrna Marshals{ Sale. said a..iglJuICII10 wit: f .
I All that
ceruinhouse| and lot of in said
ol" ground,
Will wanii.
a"J >
ttreams, spring branches, taco breaks, ; .AIS'| +1. f fAH IN VIRTUE. tf a decree of the Superior City of St. Angutine. bounded North and East Notice.

tad }praities being iutcrtfeiicd over IhlS ;' lnt! f.i;.>rn or rucel: ) of Land, I Court and to me dirt'claaJ.lViII exposa to by 'lot belonging to Uri.ad-i Gonie; couth by a f ToLL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, o
4' rontaining i .public sale on the ciiti! eiith dsy ul Apri>, lot bflunging to the heir Antonio I the Creditors
n 'V. IM w .- or ira! I Mn* ii;... *jit: :>rii ; and r.t Heir*, Lee
I IJ par mat been the 'hour of
'.r I'OiiiKti>i .1 ir-ci -:.t Ltod Slaw to Am II oDd I o'clock of west by Charlotte street. And Also, all hat ; alert and all other interested iu the Estate or
It is singuUr, that Captain FuuekTof the ; bri'Mi Hull, contaiuin; I II'J ) acre grunted, sitmvd atN the inud.i, (:'it..) ,iTSl in trout of the soot House dour itij; certain tram I of laud situated iu the county of,Mo of CAROLINE ELIZA McllAKDY. dec'dj '

J | ytekets'tir' Eriehrudttbt ill i firm) intrlligmcth : ...w Mnyriu. Mn,qnito County, and bminilednn 1 oil' .1 l Augustine, all that certain tract II..u.t quttu.m iu Territory of Florida, in whet i*cal) I The subscriber .dwI..tralor of said et.c. in.
tnbitag"nt'II' City, ut:: the ode rrrs+'al I th :N-irt-i bv laud brlonsing tu the E l clll'tJ' ofMa' ol'iuitt"Miiiisiiig nfoiKiiinliHdid Itall'i}I'art ore l led. McUougilf* Black SMauip, and bounded* tend to apply to the Judge of the County Court .
.r 1".11 4ere*, 'Iiug; and b- usg in fullrwr;b" :HI..ir:1 att.'ie: IJiuo walked W Y M for the County of St.Julius at toe session of said
isshit". 11. report*.having rxprrifitcrd.lF 1 s iitham. d. c. hiving fur it* onth-in the of t3,. ;
Johns .
rlr county alll..tllled at a place lint him run Mou'h.! Ate Court to bo Men the
at of
thirty dngree .St.
east, city Angn tine
aserero gals .. the tVrncli. resets, 'm th2Mi r bound in
measuring one hundred and the second
fitly four chain on JlunJajr of
lid Cuuaty
ui f October
tract' I2f) acres und fronting on tho 11111.110.rou l
stud 40 Pelltct-r'
SIflih Dfcember. lie but been + Creek which said
tract of than ttvulvo huks
ID. I one ,Iu another pine, with the same next for a discharge from his administratorship
rl lots this tide ..rd.1' Books mot. of the time I b nvei. A. PUTNAM sand acre ".granted by the Spanish govern I mark ur letter; aecvnd line run north sixtv of said estate ; and wi:| then and there prr mt

: 3 becalmed. The En-', arrival has Itru.ellted Adm'r lst.! A. Hull. nspt.toSlartiu. Ileinrn rx, and runveted by I four de gross out nicaturnifuue hundred and liis .ceo unlit with aid mate. and vouchers, endake
much excitement oncbaose lu-slay, Wd. March 1637. I tin sv id (ranteo, Martin Hornandex. to John T. :fifty four chains and twelve Uuk' bounding ou I I m a final settlement of the ''

4 sod Captain Punk has been met at erettamer 11 p William, and conveyed by the laid Williams to !the land (toruierljruf Dun Kobcrt McHardy. \ II. \\ II.LIA3ISId. 10VILLIA31

by his friend; all contra tuUted him 1dll'I"'IlI"lIlo"1I .' olfce. b.Daniel Griswold ri. GriswuM and uiveyed by the said D* 'to tree, notched tune; thence the third. laue') .,', uf C. E, Mellardy" de.-. + .
)k. .f'u his attirel..hplwtatatcnti fm\UK' UNDKUtilliNt.D. hereby notice to John llfwlctt bv deed otd; inor.paged inn I north thirty five d.-grer* wetuue hundred March 7. '1837. ;
. -j ift. that ho Mill .prrmnttotliH i ifonurabla g.vo- the by the Niclll'I II. t.illiodnru Flotard I and fitly four chain, twelve link, U a pine with 4:. r
for twelve hundred and seventy four dollai and'' four I notches; thence with tin lands uf lion
t County Court of the of tat John Uu
by the PmtuVirl, by and iflth .. the County at list nin"ly one cent ; the abuse named undiyii1! !d : I laviu Mitchel;the fourth line run* south For Sale. :
thereof sixty
laeller. and)
account vourhor
:II.le. Size ndrlte of the Sttutt. t hi* Administration ihe E.t te ofAMItllOSE laded'11'r' .;art of s id tract of one Ihausand acres i i. I Bve degree west, one hundred and fifty four I O -l. ARES: OP L.-ND. near

Joel R |*oiu.ott, of South Carolina to t HULL, deceased since the last .cttl.tmeii: of a deb un uf twelve to misthe! said Theodore Flotard tlr.I; I chain: and twelve Iuk..lu tbe beginning, con J' Duuns Lake.. .

I Ik |be Secretary cif War. I the iim.for the examination and) testiest, lit of IIM and' hundred and seventy four del laiuing I by surrey, two thousand three hundred 400 Acres m-ar Iieoll'..

tads Crurge M. IUsorPenaylvania! to boa the said: Court.* UKNJ.: A PUTNAM, dollars anti ninety twenty one cent five cent j together' cost with nineteen j I ur and Ie seventy,.. five eerie ..CIalid. be the same: more Sundry LOTS and HOUSKS l in town. '4

oy bxtranrdioaryand:: >MwktesPlenlpot'! March 2*. 37. Adm'r t1: A. .Hull. t And Also, All that certain tract of land -'LS"- .
ow lliarl i h. she Court of His Majesty. the; i 1 ... 4W.E IvUeputyaL1i.D.lvts Marshal. I I Uining one thouand and aeveutv Gee acres eon sit WANTED TO HIRE, a HAND, either '
.f --
r. ';/ .pC'ror..r.n the Ilut.i*.. .'IT 1.6'1'lJ Ill:. Mitch lath 1337.IXWrCKSaft., t. I unto in too county of St. John, in tie Territory 'If'hite or BlneT. by the month ur the year. .
--- -- office.St. .
aforesaid Apply
,lee( henry Wheaton, to be Envoy Ettraordi) LEGANT 'bouebold I the price e..lI.dJ..ck Wright'*, near _
stnrlbl wry and. Miuitter.. Plenipnientiary at tbo'Wrtvfui ,, I Hale. Apply at the Mansion lIu..... fur a Q JO'uticc... the river Si John' and bounded north I'V Truut Auguiine, March 8, 1837. '
Majesty the King of Prussia. std March Ib37., 1t.'i rthMdate.wo ,lull apply I Crecksuuthby I Ficotata Creek; east by (land uf i r '
.. to the Honorubld the Judge of the Connly Dr. T. Traver. or formerly bi.l.aud'i and
rsIli m U, .HavwooJ ofMunb Carolina ; uet -Court
... Superior Eastern
I .. -
louit of to, Johns County for letter of by .iJ liver. ,
.1."" leru U .Chsr go d A sires tu the Kiuj uf 1DAItV b'.liiI'. I stration on the Goods and Estntu .,fV AdllJ.,1, All which aforesaid; properly and premises; f District of Florida. .

1. A GOOD. 8l'UO\J. 8CUOND HANI Allen, l:*q. )late of tat, Augu"tine, in said I from the beginning of Un notice, were mortgaged
.." Aitet Hranche, of Loukiaua, to UCI-I" UAItUUCllE 4ud HARNLSS. TLoApply '''deceased cribs iiaa of... death of which all i a* afomaaid. to secure the due payment of -
w, hareo 'Affaires to the Republic of price ,alo: lu thai uffico I l>er.ou. interesied. will please tu lake native 4 certain debt. due (runs ih
: Marcli 2'J, led 7. : 21. TllUd. DOUGLAS, I I to the afaiesaid petitioners, amounting in the
ail" William JOS. d.8ANL'1IEZ.Bt.Allcttsliae. whole, with lawful .Abby Dexter widow and administratrix of ,
W. Chew *f Pennsylvania, to I | together interest ",, rOI1. up .
$ F.f CMC J90I9WJ.V0. N'ov. IGih 1836. its the 2UuI ot ratio H Dexter deceased, Thomas I
ttare' Vary of the Legation of the United kft.A. day September, l&W, 9I3.37U, Iud Mary Dexter D.se
ItL celebrated I
area to the llur re JACK DOVNINGwlIlhad 1lNeh+.
Court of this tho Km
ay II' stall the Majesty during the sim at the Urove WOOD WOOD The said Dirk Fleiwhnian now tesides oo WI.
Russia. William
owmd CUM. 8. : I the limits of tbe M. Gibson.
kMts01 formerly by i cwu, Ksq, oppoiUi < road jniuvliciion uf Uti* Court
INUISANCES. \* Dr. Weed"a'e Grove. Term, $& for the I WILL receive at my office seta) the 15th i that i Isle say, w ithon i the Territory or Florida. ORDERED by hi Honor the Judge of lh .

I. ,.euan cud ${5 to insure. Fur pedigree and fast sealed proposals for sd.pplin.'be U.S. I and a suit has this day been brought in the Superior tupluI C for lie t..rl 1, .I
eIIf A catttrf may ba a t...4a. .. In a tIt/, ref nroces, apply to 'Troops. tab post with The Uttndnd cord J. I Court for this District to be held in the of a bill la the being i

a or tillage that would not he a oui.ancetaere. TIIEO FLOTARU.e I I good ntrehanlalti Vakll'tod, to bt delivered and City of St. Augustine, and on the second .Mon BledtaClerk.alceoflhauonrtxtBt.Ast, ..
.** Whatever,thaH fitseoarago ,_ I corded tl.e Wood Yard sluice tit. FrancUOar II I day of March ,u.'ZI. at the regular te ui of the ind by an affidavit, it appear* tht tho defendant ,
bll' II .. TCll ALNOTlCE-AU clsimiJsv rack at curls| time and in such I Mud Court Win. M.Gibson, F.ide in
; eat or aIM town by building! or tranrhr! ing quantity not ex application WIlt be made on the part without thi territory, but
ttDNI.ll.. a re.Wrnce in it uncomfiirtablo mnsliitaace. lagajnttthtf Estate uf tbe 1.10 l: Marquis. do ce..dUlI I Filly Cords month u the Asst. Qr. 4 uf! thr aid petitioners fur judgment of farce) judicial district there fi-ie tbo said

a .. A legal ckBullion of a .'.JUe..r'" aro repose led 10 present them to ib e Master attlM posimay rrqui'e. Proposals will l I lure of the dId uiurtgsg..and ach I-r.all'rocee. If fondant the is requ irrd to appear in tbi.court sod .
Subscriber Previous the 3l" :be endorsed "Proposals for furnUbioj Fire I dings as be answer said two oonUa
N to t January next. way required &cJ..U the said proper bi6ld.ibiD
..1..' j trtforp ,it, that sr bash readers All, persons indebted 14 the said Estate are altorequested Wood" ly I mortgaged, for the benefit of tbe mortgages. rnm the date of '. the .w
I ill will
[l.-rJ'.eetorlil.. sad property tmeoBfor* to make payment to HARVEY BROWN JOHN HODMAN ) b taken Pro confute against; him. .

| D 31 CUAS. LE CARON, A. A. Qr. Muter. At/ for the Petliioaeri. I RODMAN.
.0. "Wfett would Rot bo a .wiatwet it oao '. Exsenter. ., Fen Marion March I 1837. Sept 98th, 1036 Poitrfl the c.pl. .
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i I t Use of to issue!bis process %t"rtb\1i\ll.la the name of NAORDINANCE regulate the mode ofgran- orderly or laptops co&dset a& a w ,

MAYOR'$ OFFICE, AN ORDINANCE relating pstrets for laid cifya directed as above ptoyided against ting and issuing licences forthe retailing 'of place where be, sire of tbe*a..... 4
City of tit. Augustine. requiting him to spirituous,vinous and other intoxicating liquors such liquors for sale e retailor It
far every suehdelinqosnt, appear cat ..... ...
CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE, S9th Uhereas,it is necessary and expedient before the said Mayor at such time as be shall within the City of St. Augustine and Nine Pin AHr,for pabfie tan,k",
be good government of the City of ft AUlu"tiae. if he has lot other .. tal for the Mayor and a
I 1837. designate and chew caus, any or can purposes.lie Alders ,
i January, J ," the safety of the inhabitants thereof "the it ordained the Mayor and Aldermen of due M ** Ihr
shew, why a fine should not be as e sed against by upon proof tbereo(,Ie tate treat tfS ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN preservation of" the public morals"and the prevention him and tbe return of tbe..aid commandant shall he CUawful of St Augustine That shall not be eon oi personable, her of>bwt lieeaic: X ...

t' to a I II offences against the public established peace. be suhcieut jrriatt/*** evidence vf suca delinqyencyt for any per.ou or persons, within the always that such ,.fIO..Wba,.j
That conformably be
that a regular and efficient patrol twits of said city,in any manner, to sell or otherwise of tfae chat.. made againft him hand r

( roeoktion} of tho City Council! of therein Wherefore by the it Mayor Is and ordained Aldermen by of said the city.said See. 12. Be it further ordained. That if the dispose of, fur purposes of gain,any via an op portans l"answer tbe. .. St,

hereby male so appointed to cunimaud said patrol nou, .iiitiiuum, malt' or other intoxicating See IU. BoitfunberordaiaedTTbasseseed
I St Augustine, tho following section May or and Aldermen,That sixteen every end white not exceeding shall neglect or refuse to p.sdurol all or ant of the liquor., to any person or perrons wuhia I under tbif ordinance the" II....
Inhabitant of said I
of tin act of the Legislative city of,over shall be liable to do duties required uf him by this ac:, beshall on conviction the limits of timtJity of St. Augustine, in a less which is nol other wise speckHy p """
of f sixty yean age before the said Mayor be fined in any quantity than one quart, or to have or keep lets; may collected in the same manner he
: Council} of tho Territory : patrol duty,therein than Uilliard 'I able. Nine Pin Alley, or anv II.
ordained That tbe mayor 'am'hOll ulb.d five du last nor more Uft. any vided for tbe collection of any fines & .....
dec.$ Be further *
Florida entitled An Act relating : of said City shall it cause every snob white male twenty dollar; sod if any other member of said Curt Llrsy,or other Carriage furbirlornw.rd. l! assessed under tbe first section efihig ..
inhabitant be enrolled for scch doty,and that patrol(wbo shall have been notified in manner within the limits of said City, without having and all fines collected under this ordiol .e--""
i to crime* nnd misdemeanors aid or to be authorized end required to cause I aforesaid shall.eeglect or refuse perform all first obtained License llwreior from the Council : be paid into the city Treasury ..6

i t ors "passed 18th lr uarY, 1832, : not less msy than ten of the said white male inhabit or any part of tbe duties required ol him by this of.4id city and any person or persons odin Bee. 11. Ue It fill tber or.I.....That t& aw
shall misbehave bilDftU'Dr disobey any ding the pruvuiouof tins or of
allpublic ants to be detailed for each and every night to act or against leaguing and Ntbsection. "an ordinaneafto tntuS*
; will be rigidly enforced and PC form patrol duty within the limits of said city. order of th*said commandant or of the commandant dinance shall for eactt and every such ofiene, n Uiiif a revenue&r tbe us*ol the Ciiy ir:

I officers and all persona dec U. Ue it further ordained that tbe said of hit squad, be shall on conviction u aforesaid forfeit ajj pay to the use of said Cia), twenty Augustine andtbe collection thereof L!
shall suitable from be lined in any sum nut less than two dollar,,to be recovered by action uf debt before March. I&3J,and allatber .AOth ;..-.',- *.*
appoint some person ..
; r having a desire to proihoto theneacefwelfarc mayor those thus detailed to command the same dollars nor mote than ten dollars: and for thenonpayment the 3hyu o'l'the: City aforesaid or any Justiceof pans of ordinances, coming within the'' ,

sl and of this among for the time being who shall be obeyed and respected of any such line and the Gusts of the a'eac..lberelll. and fur the nonpaymentof I of this ordinance,be and the sa tie are'per..,-..:
l ,' safety accordingly, and said Mayor shall furnish prosecution, the defendant mar be taken and any such fine,the defendant or defendants: maybe rep-al'd,and ordinance shag be ia ftmQ
solicited to unite committed prison until said hue and costs shall muted to prison uutillsaid and after **
community, arc bint with a list of the men who compose his patrolat to taken and com its passae. '
all violators thereof: 'least twenty four hours before the time when be paid unless no shall be sooner discharged by Iud coals shall be p-tiJ or until be, she. or they Pl ed.Jaal 23d, 1830.
in bringing order of said audAldermeuor execu shall order oftha said Mayor
the said patrol shall be required to meet t who the Mayor badUcrurged by WEEDON, '
: as well as all others violators of shall cause his men to be duly notified at least lion may be issued and the amount of the judgment and Aldermen-or execution way issue and tbe ,.

&c to twelve hours before the said time. levied end made of the goods and chattels. amount of the judgment war be levied and made AN ORDINANCE to am.ftd an er4
slaves ;
the laws relating to Sec.4. Ue it further ordaiued that the person of the defendant. Provided that where the penalty oftue good and cuatleU. ol the defendant or cling the olice of City Constable,r... '

punishment thus appointed to command said patrol shall havepower of whipping is by this act prescrit c&l against defendantsas in older dses.&ec.tf. Ma rah.1431. "

enacted to keep the men under lilt command in any slave' tree negro, mulatto or other colored Ueiiiuniieroid inedThat hereafterno Be it ordained by the Manor and
Sec. 63. Bo,it further good order and to cause them to demean them- person the sentence rosy be commuted on the license shall ua issued to any person or persons the Chy of tu Augustine.That so ttSii?!?

That if person, having the legal elves properly doting their term service and payment of a fine of not less thin two dollars nor ,for lue retailing of any tmoiu. spirituous, second section of tbe Ordiaaars. entitled. to w

f any that it shall be bit duty to do to ;and that be may more than twenty dollars, together with the malt, or uther intoxicating liquotsiu leuqoan. Ordinance creating the once of C fry' C ,
t control of a slave, shall sufferhim divide them kilos many squads as be may deem costs'of prosecution. And junvided alto, that tity'h..n one quart as nluremid. unless be, she, passed 7ih Man. ItI3l. u reqains I" 1"1I.

her to oat largo and expedient, and to appoint some member of each said mayor shall not be entitled to any costs in or they beol'iood moral character and shall Constable to give bond in the peasltsm .,
or squad command sttme,who shall be obeyed prosecutions commenced under this act,but that have given bond,with at leant two good and TnejMtbd Dollarsbeand she .ante ll..i. :

trade as a free person, such person and respected accordingly and shall have power, all such costs as be would be entitled to charges sufficient securities, tc be approved ly the said repealed! and here..1er. before fD&.nq--1

shall bo fined in) and it shall behbdull.topreerweorderlmonllt shall be taxed np in favor of the said city and Council in tbe penal sum ut' five hundred dollars the discliarca of his duties, the said often=

so offending tho men under bit command and shall on being paid into the Treasury thereof. conditioned fur the keeping of a decent t enter Into bond m the penal sum rf Twe ....

a suai not exceeding ono hundred furnished with a list of his men,by the coin man. Sec. 13.: Ue it further ordained.That any person and orderly house or shop, and rush the permit I drvd Dollars conditioned for the faiskfci .

I dollars at the accretion of the Jury. dash of the patrol give them the requisite notice liable to do patrol duty by virtue of this act, or persons keeping the...... shall be ol good charge of the duties of bit office. ..

of the time of meeting. may relieve himself therefrom by furnishing an behavior aad faithfully support and observethe E. B GUULD._

4 See. 5. Do it further ord.daedr that the said able bodied substitute,but such person hall be ordinances of said City,which are now or Attest, B. SXCPI. Clerk.LIST .

patrol shall, (unless otherwise by the liable fur any neglect or refusal,of his substitute may reaper be of force therein during the ....
Sec. 61. Be it further enacted, said Major and Aldermen.)meet at 8o'clock. P. to discharge all or any of his duties, and fur ev con nil nance of raid Licence.Sec. OF LET rIE1IAININO .

if shall give a M. at tbo City Council room which shall be their err duobedienco of orders or act of disorderly :i. Ue it further ordained. That when in tbo Post Office a, ft.
That .
.. any person bead quaiters, and where that portion of the pa. conduct such,substitute as though ho himself any person or periods shall desire to obtain a f ou the 31st of Dece.W i
ticket or license to a slave,who is trol who may not for the time being be on activedutv.shall was guilty thereof and the said .subslitue shall license for the purpose last aforesaid, it ball: be 1630,wUcb if not taken out in three .

under the control or charge oi remain during the alaha.aad that said also be liable therefor to the same penalties as his necessary for bun,her or them to address the will bo sent to the General Post GIs
patol.b,1I remain on duty until broad daylight principal. City Council: I in writing naming iba aunties .' OSetii

'. another, without the consent oi on the next moining. tfce.14. Be it further ordained That the said I which such person or lerlOn'i'JrupUio to give, dead letters. .

such control Sec. G. Oeit further ordained, that the commandant Mayor may with the advice and consent of tbe and the location of the mouse ur shop in which A. j. I

the person, having of the p.trollhaU on meeting,divide said Aldermen fot good catue sAetra,remit all or he, ths, or tftey propose to commence tuiiuts*, F... II. Alexander Alexander C. Jt*

: or charge, ho or she shall bo fined the same,as near u may be convenient into two any part of said fines and penalties, or excuse under sued licence and to accompany tbtir application \ Anderson, U. rings,

;. bun.imprisoned equala.tiet., one of which shall be placed on active any person from the performance of patrol wits a certificate of at least six respectable 8. Marine Corps, Levi Jones C..
.' In a mm not exceeding ono duty until one o'clock A. M., and the other duty or dispense with the patrol altogether if lute {nlubiUnU of the neighborhood in U. D.. U. 8.Sergt. .- ,

area dollars, and be shall remain at said council room, subject to the tbe mlMtary authorities shall take such measures winch the said house or shop is situated that the Tbot. Brad- Moatra'iJ.JJo a-

order of the commandant of said patrol when as in their opinion to'render it nnne person or person thus 'pllilinsfur such license .
not exceeding six months, at the they shall relieve the party on active duty essary, and that this ordinance shall always is of one ur loud moral character, and that in tee, 2 L.

discretion of tho Jury. who on being relieved shall repair to receive a liberal construction, but tbe first and their u| iuiuu,the ;:ranting of such license will Dr. Isaac U. Dald- Lieut. John T.1II.

said room and remain there subject the like order second sections thereof shall not be construedto conduce to the comfort ul that neighborhood. wiu, U.S.A.

: Sec. 65. Bo it further enacted, ,until discharged in the morning, and it shall extend; to any person who may have been mustered And it .h.Ul nut be lawful for any person or person : Owen Ilnate, Seret.11.0.)
.. be tho of the officer who shall be in command into the tai the United states
That, if person shall buy duty military service *, who may obtain license as aforesaid, to Frrdriick Uranner. M.
at said room to cause a light to be kept or of this Territory until he shall have been discharge
retail any such vinous, spirituous walt,or Jr. U. S. Marine Cant. John frf,.
accept or receive from any slave constantly burning there and to tike charge of from such service; intoxicating liquors, (nor shall such license authorize I 4 tb ..
Corps Regt.
jid safely! negroes, mulattoes or other Sec. 15. De it further ordained. That all or.li- U.8, A
grain produce, or keep any hi in<>i them tu du sir) in any other houseor David
any money, f' coloured and all disorderly who heretofore in forcein fJucVIr LieutJoboSl'Crtak
persons, persons nanccsand parteofordinances shup than the one thus. .!".criueil, without the
thing of value,: without a ticket may be arrested and brought there by any of said this city relating to patrols to patrol duty, content of Ihd said fJouucir endorsed upon said Parker Hones, U.H. A.

the patrol. be and the same are hereby repealed', aud that license ercl.Thoma. Bri E. B. Maioa,

from master or owner or overseer I Sec. 7. Be it further ordained that' Bald patrol this ordinance shall be in force from and after its Sec.4. Do ii further ordained That all licenses den, Coinp'jf II. S..lollluQI', '

of such enuthorisingsuchf shall have power and they are hereby authorized passage. F.WEEUON; BEayor.Pa shall be signed ttY the said Mayor and attested 3d Artillery. 25rzt. Wn.. M.

r slave to dispose of such thing of to enter into any disorderly house vessel orboat June 23d. 1836 by the Clerk of said Council and shall take Scr n. David flogs, COin', B,17.4
where shall believe that '
i i j they have reason to any "- PROSPECTUS effect from tbe date thereof and continue in force I u.R.II.riae GorID'.. Aladbti t
t ,4 value, the person so buying, accepting slave whether or slaves are harboured be trafficked or white dealt orals mouths then next ensuing, and no longer Benjamin F. Broil, Thomas Mania.iu
with same may occupied by or TUB"JACKSONVILLE
or receiving shall, on persons or others and to ap lebca disorderly COUIUGR." -and the person' persons obuiuiug a license t C. D.
It retail vinou*.spirituous, malt or other
conviction, be fined in i\ sum not persons who may be found therein end take them HASLAM A GllEUURV having porclu- !. liquors, as any aforesaid all[ pay therefor tbe 'uuiof JohnCrnss Serst. Thomas X+

/ to said room and detain them there until they establishment the JacktontilU ten dollar*,and for license. to keep and use Closes F. Ct r'artr, 2 Icao, Coiap..DL i

1 exceeding one hundred dollars: can be taken before the said mayor and that the Conner of the. late Proprietor I.. Cur ier & a Billiard table or Nine I'm Alley,the person orpersons James CaLI 1. James Ma g airat..h .
commandant of said patrol ut ol the permm *r. U. will continue said paper and M-M. th. -.! .. .
.. and imprisoned not exceeding ou iutng it shall pay the sum oi twenty .trhs.t..C..p rs rue Carps.
resting such slave or slaves, or disorderly person number in two weeks, or sooner if practicable.The .
dollars, and for a licence to keep and use a cart Il .brrt Carlin. Peter .Malone.Caajt
t three months at the discretion of or persons shall report to the said Mayor,the incubus, which pres.ed ao heavily uponthlsestablishmentuto dry oi any other carriage, as aforesaid tho James Cunningham I).
under the of their j
# next morning oath cause capture torce it into au uuuatujal t
t the Jury.: and detention and it shall be the of said person or persons obtaining+ shall pay the sum Comp'jr F. JII'hU3JaluIJoI1c
duty and
; sleep of some months duration: i i. removed of live dollars, for the use of said together
city I
E. B. GOULD Mayor to examine the charges exhibited againstall tho will under entirely new and E.
Mayor.r paper appear with fee ofuo dollars for the first mentioned I
such slaves or disorderly persons,and on con most favorable auspices. Capr. J. Dimirk. John McJ
= we trust license and of one dollar fur every other descrip-J t ;; inc,
iction to punish them white persons by a fine Although forced, br the demands for a paper lion licenso above provided fur tu be pay to i Kol,ert Duuham 3Val.. JJetzler.c.! .
Estate of Anna Papy dec. not exceeding dollars each nor less than two
from this Section into tbe Editorial ranks" we the Clerk of said Council u compensation for Isaac Drise, p.
ItfOTICEis hereby given.That the Executon dollars each or by imprisonment not lets than eater with "rifiht hearty good will" and hope bit trouble in preparing the same. Cap Wm. Dulauj LiruUBciij.K. Po.L

p JLI; of the above Estate will in four weeks' from twelve nor more than thirty six hours or to commit appearance in their corps will not be unwelcome Sec.5. Ue, it further olda laed. That if H. A.
before the
this dale will their accounts to the or recognize them to appear Superior to our brethren.
or licensed retail inous
Court at the next term thereof to answer said persons so to % Unit. Altiii Casnn. 1Vsii.11. Pn1....
County Bouit of St. John. County, fur allow The interests of this bleeding ..
uruth ;
spirituous usalt r intoxicating liquors
anon and settlement and that in six months hero. charge and Ir.laYtI. free negroes and mulattoes, portion of our Territory-the varied scenes aforesaid shall slave u lllJasif'lIr'm.. M. 0.

after the will make application to Aid Court or other coloured persons,to cause them to be which are being acted.-the tragic parts performed {permit any his or slaves to 1'i Kldridge.F.. R.Cipt. .
lounge,or remain cr about her theirpremises
fut a final discharge from their Administration ol punished by whipping not exceeding thirty nine -the untold wants and sufTermgs of our homeless or I J..hu J.
for the of
Mid Estate of which all persons concerned will stripes upon hit or her bare back,and any house ,houseless citizens,detnaud, that a Public for purpose ipilin| or to remain Ruben Fitzger..ld, E.h d. Ro
there other unlest lawfully ;'etas
where spiritous, vinous,or other intoxicating any purpose
take due notice. Press,patronized and sustained by talented and
be retailed or any other trading ol cni|>iotedi r ball real!or I.y.lu such slave C.B.Fisk.G. II.John.
JOS. SANCHEZ.. .t quors may responsible mea should be in full operation at t
FRANCIS CUE j ": ". traffic may be carried on, in which any slave chal Jacksonville situated not on the bore any such liquors, or permit such slave or slaves : Riley
i a a
May d, 1830.ZEPHANIAH. be found during the night season without written den only, but within the theatre of a savage tier, to drink any such liquors in or about his her. Ja.. Gairh'II. Sert. Jehu HiiVick.Mfljur. a

oJ authority from his or her master, mistress, I IoYer.eer whose character is in the annals or their premises, the party so ouVndiug shall ,I U. S. Ala* S.
---- I unparalleled forfeit aud lot tin use of said city, the v
or employer or in bleb any slave or of American border waifre. pay. sum I I rue Corps. Lieut. Win.E.
KING8LEV. of the slaves free molatoes other colored even of five dollar, and shall moreover bo liable to 1 I
one negroes or or I of tbe j Warren Gardner U.
The our Enemy, Marines
Executors of the Estate :ol persons,shall at any time be found loitering or in pow.r.ndebaracter misunderstood have his her or their license revoked aud any |' S.
been Arm
Seminoles,have it seems, .
John Frsssr.deed having adjusted accounts which any breach of the peace shall take placeor slave or slaves so found remaining, lounging, 1 Sergt. Georji
with the heirs and assigns of said ..I.te. hereby whenever any white person or person per and misjudged by all, from even the publicfunctionaries the tippling or drinking, aa aforesaid may be taken j f ". arr. Comp.F. C
of Government down IU
jives not ce. that immediately after tho expire suns shall be found associating drinking or gambling our up,and (on conviction thereof) punished by Capt. James G.IIus John Smith I
skirts bunting
the of their
tion clad months from the date hereof, he willapply with negroes, mulaitoes or other colored humble corn planter on their whipping on tailor her bare back, not exceeding | Ion. U. S Marines, Kichd. Stket, f

to the lion Ibe Judge of the County persona or where any betting or gambling for their Irocnd.-Unappreciated their of Hitheito prowess thirty nine stripes. Provided however that the ,; Dr. Gilbert M. Huts. Arfy. t
skill means -
war over
Court of 8t. Johns County for a full and final other shall take puuiahmenl aforesaid be commuted the I Isaac
money, or any thing, place looked, nave been those impenetrable fastnesses may on C. Henderson Joseph Spooaa., ,
eeUJtesent. of his accounts with said Estate and either in tho time payment by the master
day or night season, those bulwarks "not made with hands owner employer or John Harts, J. B. Snares
or Ida discharge as such Exeeutor. shall be deemed and taken to be a disorderly overseer of such slave or slaves, of such sumof James I
Z. KINGSLEY house within the intent of this act and the licensefor which nature has every where in this part of money exceeding five dollar., nor less than Huhhard, Co. T. I

St.Augustne,25h! ( : June. 1830. keeping same may for either of said causes Florida, reared np for their peculiar operations one dollar each as said Mayor may deem reasonable H, 1st Arty, CtpL Levi Tar'Daniel I
-their defence and The deeds which
i be revoked end rendered entirely null and void, protection. together with the costs of prosecution. Heardy. Co. (Marines.) I
the Seminoles have done suddenly
j and any while person thus found epreciating already. came Sec. G. lie itfartberordaiued That if free II. 1st Art',. Francis Terser I
NOTICE is htreby given that upon our startled sens like those red bolts any
I PUBLIC ** Muo.. widow of Thompson king betting or quarrelling with any negro mnlat which,leaping from unheard clouds, break negro ro ulatto. or other person of colour shall j Kanftelaer llaisey. Any

Mason,fete of St.Augustine dec., and JOSEPH t toot other colored person who shall be deemed suddenly thunder upon our beads.A lounge in or about any house or shop where vinous Stephen U. Herri. Mrs. II. M. Timao. I

L. SMITH, will both or either of them at the I a disorderly person within the intent and meaning new campaign is about to open. Such ,spirituous, malt or other intoxicating liqaors Cocap'y E, send, .

K+ end of six weeks fro in'this date apply to the I of this act and shall be treated accordingly arrangements, and will be made that intel may be retailed as aforesaid,for the purpose JhbArt'v. W. 1I

lion.Judge of the Cojinty Court far tbe County t dec. 8. He it further ordained That it shall ligenceofthe movement and operations clout of tippling, or shall remain in or about such house Thomas, Hurst, Ma. Sergt. Ezra R..

of tit,Johns,for lettei uf administration on th he the duty of the mayor on complaint made army in Florida and of the doings of the Indiana !< or shop for any other purpose, unless lawfully tine lard Msriet1Uiliiam )
Estate of the said Thomson Mason.I before him or whene'er be may have rcasonto be their visitations upon our settlements,now \ employed, lie, she or they shall be liable to arrest Corp., ( W.

:'. J08. L ISIITII. for himself. lien that any person or persons have violatedany there will at the earliest dates, be found in the and punishment by whipping, not exceed Robert Hubbfrset CbrbtophG. {
of the the
of latter clause harden
provision of the
AttdasAttornerfv ANN MASON. ng thirty nine stripes. Provided, however s
columns of
I No next preceding section of this act to issue hit onr paper. I ELIAS WALLEN.P.K
3rd. 1636 process I The Editors and HASLAM that said punishment may be commuted on the
forthwith in the name of the city of t3t.AUI'I.liue present Proprietors of 8t Augustine.
the convicted of such Dec.31.
payment party
iTt Co. design to pursue an open, manly, and sum
An ORDINANCE providing for the directed to any constable in said city decided the interests of of money, for .the use of said city nut exeteding
appoint course-supporting our
meat of a Treuarer,for the City of St. Augus, requiring fore the such person and aldermen or persons at such to appear be.I general Government, and particularly the inter. ten dollars nor less than two dollars, as to salMayor Estate 01 Geo. 8. Moil, ** .

/ Ii.I ... I aaid mayor anal designate to thaw time as the eats of our Territory and Citizens-giving fearlesaly'come may seem just and proper togetherwith THE subscriber having been appeal****}
mayor cause
See* 1. Bs if ordained ly tfe Mayor nd Alder.vftixCtiyefStAguHiHe. I his her or theid icenea should not be revoked why and weal or wo,'* praise where praise all costs ofprosecution. J ." of tbe above mats knell. l

That there shall pronounced null and void and the said is merited aud censure where censure It deserved. Sec.7. Do it further ordained That if any notifies all persons who have claims again lt|

be appointed annually by the said Mayor and shall also issue all subpoenas which be mayor no Truth Cynosure, and justice shall person or persons shall be found lying in any present the _name within the time present1

AW,,.,.. a Treasurer for the aid city, who team,on behalf of said city or wished may on behalf our PaUnnrns be. street, lane,alley,or other public place in this t law, to hb agent,jAMxaU.Gootn, Eq.wAngastice. ,

before. entering upon the discharge of the duties of the defendant or defendantsSec. / The Jacktoamllt Comer will be published City in a state intoxication, such person or and those who are indebted. te sv

.... eftee, hall give a bond in the penal! sum 8. Do it further ordained That tt shall weekly and if the increase of our subscriptionlist persons shall be deemed a public auft. nc.. and estate are also requested to make pa!_ I

of one thousand' dollars with cne or more good be the duty of aaid patrol and of tub member shall be found sufficient to meet the expense shall be liable to be taken to the com in in jail or Jim, or to me at Mandarin. A. D. VVCK*

and sttffieient surety or sureties, to be approved thereof to arrest all slaves free negroes muJat- tiro p.per will be enlarged. to some other convenient and safe place until August hat. 1336.

II r list said Slayer *nd! Aldermen conditioned toes and other colored persona who be Imai-FOUR DOLL*** per annum payablein he,she or they shall berome sober and shall Lost.BY

for the. teuhfol performance of those duties. found in the streets after tbe boor of Nine may o'clock advance. If not paid till the end of the year, tnorever, if a white person, be subjecVlo a fine .

See !. ifjfkrtto, ordained That all P. M without a pass from some white Fnrr If OLLABS will fee charged. of not less than five dollats,and not exceeding the Subscriber a gold breast piaii

which bave .heretofore been collected or moneys which duty authorized to give it and to take taeta periOD to 07 The patron of the paper while It was two ty dollars,or to imprisonment Dot..less than shape,edged with braided bid

ntay hereafter be collected for the use and ben. their respective homes owners employers or in the bands of the late proprietors, are hereby one day,aad not exceeding five days and ifs light ehennut cOlor. and inlaid with a s||

fit ofthe said tyshall be paid over to the Trca. to detain tb m until the next morning and notified that all debts due the Establi,ment are negro mulatto or other colored person whether opuiniog the letters M IL the fiadetiiiUablf
surer thereof them to tbe said mayor. report transferred to HAILAM& Co to whom remittances bond or free,be punished by whipping not rewarded by "leaviojr it at this

% will be acceptable. The paper in its new I less than ten,and not exceeding thirty nine Office C. 8. EJI
Bs Sec. 10. Do it
$ee.3. frfarlierardaiaed farther ordained
c That no money that It shall be 8t'Augustine.August 23d. 11B6.FtORlSS .
character will be sent all subscribers
to and itripes.
abaH. bo dross tho ; ,
from of the
duty commandant
the; Treasury of aid city ex of said patrol to
those who hue Currier& Co.in .
paid advance See. 8. Do it further ordained.That muL
dept eo appropriations made by the Mayor and obey all such directions of said mayor u may Jfsny per-
for the Volume will receive the .
"' Aldermen aforesaid : and that all orders for the at any time be given him for the conduct of said numbers eecond! be remain.leg ton or persons shall be guilty of any unneces. is PCILUnEVERY
payment of money by the said Treasurer shall patrol not inconsistent with Ode or any other. bin placed on our u subscri* try halloing, whooping or of making any nnn- WEDNESDAY
and credited the
be steMd by tile said mayor aud countersigned law in tbe Territory of Florida. amount paid. mal noise riot or disturbance in any street
bjr aM Clerk of the lioird.Ste. No apprehensions need be entertained that lane,alley,or other public place in said city 81'r.
Sec II. Be It further ,
ordained That dull. stoppages of the paper and delays of issuing each and : ..... I GOAT
4. .
shall .
pennon so
tt/anaef ordained. That it shall be be the duty of the commandant of the patrol to which nave hitherto so muchinjured the Cornier every offending on conriction .
the date at..id Treasurer to render an accountquaftertf make thereof if a white person, bo liable to a .
a in .
report writing,to the said
with will
Mayor, repeated. H ISLAM & CO.
of til which shall fine of Dot lea than five nor than FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNU16PATA3L :
moneys come his in nine boars after heehaU nave dismissed his lacksrnttnlle E. F, August 20. 1830. twenty .
bands aeTreasurer aforesaid.See. dollars.onto imprisonment less than one '
patrol stating therein the name OreT.. member or = HALT TCAEfcT 19 ADY"-
I .& Be it fink ordained, That the said who shall I have failed, neglected, or refused., &0pelfurmhlt Notice. norethan three days, and if a negro mulatto

Treasttfer efeaU be slewed two and a half per duty,as required by this net,or who DC weeks after date, 1 shall apply to the or other colored person whether bond or tree e.*AovrariiEHxnT tatoftcd tt Of*
be ..
crt upon all moneys received by him.and two shall have been S punished by whipping,notlesa then ten nor .I
guilty of cube
\ fceJf any disobedience or Judge County Coutt of St.: Johns more than thirty nine lashes. per square, for the first .InsartioBty --
,. and a pet cent op6n all sums disbursed hy disorderly conduct while under his command, County for letters of Administration on the estate Sec.0. Do it further Cent for each sa...qtteat....
him fell 0 ordained that If .
as a compensation lor his services. stating particularly what dut1W.. neglected, of GIDEON PACKMAN. late of said any perIOD
or w lUxia the limits of this ler advertiaemena ie proportiea
Paced, December G,1836. refused to be performed and the misconduct deceased. persons cat.Iia.,*
E. IB. GOULD or county igobtainedorwbo hereafter obtain one will be considered lew ttoa t <
Mayor. disobedience of which member may a U-
any have O. e. DRANE.
,... KRNARDO S GUI Clerk. may sense to retail vinous spirituous,mall 'or other A ditcorat _aft to tbet wbo i
been.:oilryj! and h shall. be the dety ef wd May- 8t. Angnsrti&e, 15th March 1837. 43 1 0. ,
ntoxfettingl iquors, to keep a Bitfiard table or bj that ,.., 'fY

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