Florida herald

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Florida herald
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine Fla
E.B. Gould
Creation Date:
June 22, 1837
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
10 v. : ; 57 cm.


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


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

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... ART. 11. If tveahallbr at dispose of their effects and retire with tbtir placed well sheltered, matrimonial choice of the Danish Aaabassa F :
1 I Iws war with ea property.Aod it Is amid well surrounded! to which the said t dor. r
Christian Power, and further declared that mo of .bll.1 shone
any our vessels ntrch appointed his soon respleodsnt .
.. tails from ever inulgence in trade or confessor in 1075 ai.e in the f
tbo ports 01 tho United States I otherwise shall be eyes of Europe ministers i
of ;
' oo granted to of superior the establishment. But i in fate (and .
vessel I any tbs Christian r even )Jtiogs
belonging the Powers.tbo ,
* to citizens were shaken on their
.i enemy shall follow : fines when Jesuits became thrones
until twenty four hours after the of the United Slates shall bo equally less popular ancwhen I by the convulsions engendered trader i *
j afoot departure entitled to them order was suppressed the Mas_ of their cover
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vessels fans !
and the the
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outspread whole!
; world *
regulation ie ftlnut
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shall Louis, for
ART. the
be 25. This so Jesuit house *
observed shall I regulated from
treaty coutioiio I
towards 1 ia military
American conspiracies the J
sailing from vessels force, with the help of God for fifty was railed, was sold bv a decree, dated 1763 lender weaknesses of Prince to .,
1iJ4 our ports, be their enemies after the years; to pay the creditors of the IhulfD cb.
Moors expiration of which coroinunitT and These
. boudoir
or Christians. term the I
tie a the name of "Pere La oegociaiiuus did not, bow. ...
. 10 ty shall continue lobe Chaise was substi debar
.L"o binding ever
on both Madame
Jf "p phi! ot toted Lieven from
tho war par far that assuming
U11 or THE UJUTKD: STATES PASSED ATfoDRTll Lulled States, anill |,ttt into belonging to ties until the one shall) give twelve months' of Mount Louis. The old a m ore digui6ed attitude in the I
'I,yet Tax 'J''E'f'' C05CREIS t ports she shall not bi .Kmin* IJCOl'DIEIIIO-: lence whatever,even though<< abosbould r r'e don it ; to which case, its op.r'lioa. shall promenades of this once religious spot became tu maintain her contriving
-- I I fugitive slaves on board cease at the end of tbo twelve month. invaded by the bumble citizen and ascendency, whatever kiag
uor shall the party or minister
Constitute laitv might reign the
goveruor / Rnssiaa
....fc A PROCLAMATION.folk 'i ......- .or- !- commander
.. [ President of the United Stales ol .4 nor""IU IU :.a uroug&t shore on- guy prclei... J.p re of Jj orocco. iTO .--.--. ,nur..h..d--....-...... S..J_ .I.a.... .bf.""ti111___ uepafi.Jeff. _it -uaooiuj ?, *.ttu+*r withes Lord Cattlereath .
IItt I a mmcj.ffeius Aar.require any poymeut, for them ALL "'DOJl'T JUT COlfCEalf.t1 meat of the Seine, to be converted into n. at great favorite at Gloucester Lodge-aa I
13. a !
. If a ship of of itknotru Footscray Nay even Ib,
war either That
. the cemetery. With the former ventnblo
James shrubs
pan t1 undersigned, and fruit Lord
I Trea y of Peace and Friendshiptsurteoibs put into a port ..f the R. Leib Grey, on his accession to
t other aud slut, a of the United tress of tho ancient power was .
State of grounds of Pero La added
United) States rt shall be North to the list of her *
of Am eric a I returned from the fort with an i: America, and hOW their resided Consol Chaise were mingled and subservient It was
. wJ tbs Emperor of Morocco was con. quit! number of gum, nut more or less. | at Tangier having been July appointed, tag willows;-aod Broquait cypress, whose weep i i his even whit per ed, that every day throughout
*. and signed at Mecanez ART. 14. The a.mel I Ministry a note
: Commissioner was
on tb /, nodes the availed
preserve himself. .
titUID'b day of St ternhtr, Annn DomJ- J Slates, shull be on the s&mefootiug as is tli)ie I signature of the President and seal of Ibo of all that existed of the former Jesuit col I Iony. alas Premier! to Ibo Russian Ambassadress. But .
si eibteco. hundred and thirty six, which I commerce with Spain, nr as Ihlteftub th : United States of North America which would bo subservient :' present Secretary. for Foreign Af
7.r ifftl) it, word for word as follows : | m M favored nation for the time being ; am? date at the City ofWasbiagton, the 4th bearing or embellishment of this Iu the use fairs was the rock.the iceberg-against
their; day receptablo for the which all
citizens I
t< It tilt trust -/Go'. the yterciful and e/e. : ed', and hive shall 1 be respected and esteem* j of July A. D. 1635 for negotiating and rooI clay tenements departed spirits.*' wrecked Lord address was fated lobe ship
. treat full liberty to ,pi.-n and tape eluding a treaty of Peace and Fritndthip, M kH MI MMHBMIMMMHHI \ and Paluierstoo forewarned
t our country and seaports whenever the J between the United Slates of North Josephine forearmed is said to have observed, oa ,
fii A lid ; I plraie, uithout rei. Ameri was one of Nature's Queens coming into office "La ..
and the Princess
interruption. empire of she Lieten
J Ji i Morocco: 1, therefore was divorced her tire rail
Errahman ART. says biographer but dons
15. Merchants James R. Leib mes confidences tIlt
I u( both Commissioner her Jove rre/maif
did '
Ibtuu shall co unfits'e as aforesaid not cease; in her retirement ,."
its' :. ;: employ oul'luch do conclude the she
interpreters in
f and foregoing and joyed all
Iira ."uUD ( ..d :0- other Iud J treaty every Napoleon* successes, and For too last "
E two
W esutl t .persons to nisiit; them iu their buiinesi s article and clause therein contained, reserv prayed that he might be saved from the fruits > Count Lieveo's years, from the period of

... f ST r .'WaJMnSShlaBIIIOrTi.i > ..i1'u !fmm ndei ing the same nevertheless fur tb: Anal rai! of bit rash ambition When his alI' pointment creation as prince, and ap
PauE at TO Hop j another he shall beVletaintd ; ; rjcationoflhe IWd. .ntorM United At.... born, the only regretted that son IV as governor to tae heir PP areal.
not i it I j 1 - -- -'":''' she was not Princess Lieven has
port longer than be shall' aid coiiseut of the Senate.11"1 tl" ".t..:.. near fiirn in his inhabited Paris.
Tbs ti the copy of tbo treaty of Peace ; think proper; au d I happiness; and when he reduced to TJao'I
Wia ifceh\"e hue made with the Americans r| all persons employed in loading or unload, la testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto af she might share bin prison and relieve tin 1111''''A-'ue"- comparatively- .-.BUJUI- --r--OI- .iOli"-nnXB'i..'dl..i--.v*%-! I
[HC* trrtiten ;ia this book; alf sing thereto our j tug goods; or III any older labor whatever fixed: my siguatare, and the seal of noes. Every article that he used at ber residence. -> to which the corps diplomatique bu conttaa-- i

.* ddied seal. that with the help of God, it. $I I, shall bit paid at the cu tun>ary rates, noi t',: ibis consulate on the fint day of Oc- remained as ho left it. The book; +;t. al recourse fur the regulation of its bullotlas.I t
[Sly rtiasia (I're" r. j: more nod not lets.Am. [L. ..] sober\>> iu the year of our Lord one iu which bo had been 'last reading was therewith ,, Among the eminent personages who have

i" Written at Mecauez, the city of Olives) !: 1(7.( III case of n" war between the' t thousand eight hundred and thirty tho page doubled down, and the pen,' figured, there this inter are.Lords Lowtber, I

ntbt&ldiv ..f Jumad cl lahhar in the parties the prisoners shall not be made slaves six, and of the Independence or the that he bad l last used by it, with the ink dri | Canterbury Lyodhurst, M. M. Guixot,Du-

flit of the hegira I l':!;i'2. (Ciirrcfpondiii* &but to be exchanged> alto for another cap. I 1! United States tho sixty first. ed on its point When her death drew ci;b, ., pin Thier. (!) and other miaeat men of all

.. S"t. J It;o A. l,1t :3b.) thin for captain officer for officer aad I JAMES R. LEIB. she wished to sell all hsr jewel. to send this, psrties, whether Radical. or Conservative.

Hi* I one private man for another; and if there AUD WHEREAS the said treaty -has been fallen Emperor money ; aud ber will wa It is needless' to add that Princess Lieven
On lJIT, I. declare that both parties have shall I prove a deficiency nu cither side, it ;''duly ratified by tbo respective Govern- submitted to his rorreciion. She died be remains in her decadence as ia the plontiMude -

filii treed tbattbit treaty contitting of twenty : shall le made up by the payment ol one 1 menn. i fore his return from Elba ; bat her lest thofs of her power, highbred penotratiog,
... 'insrtklft! shall(be iiMerted in this buok. hundred Mexican dollars: for each NOW THEREFORE, were of him and France ; and her last words digoifitd.. and gifted beyond almost wo.
personwanting. BE IT KfOWH, I t any
SiJs. ueii'erf J to James, R. Leib agent uf the L'. And it i. agreed, that all prison A'fDkEJacIUol', 1'resideut of the THAT United, expressed the hope and belief 'she never man of her times,_with the art of presiding
INllIi Sate! tr.d nit,, their r*.i Meut' eotuul at Tan er* shall be nchnuged iu twelve months States America, have caused the said caused a single tear to flow.:* She was buried in soriety. The tojliih aod Austrian Am. _

(C. orb abuse approbation it has been from the Unit, of their being taken, and that treaty to be-made; public to the fend that in the village church of Ruel, and her ba:adretses receive her with marks efI

:&I ante and who i.i duly nrthorizrd un their this exchange mnv be elfectedby merchant : the same' nd every clings and article thereof body was followed to Ibo grave not alooo by I I high personal consideration; and a beautiful

'II prt in. trent wild ut, concertiiug; all the rnatirn or any other person, authorized by either : may b0jbterved} aod fulfilled with good i Princes and Generals, but by two thousand .: ue&e, Mademoiselle M., who resides with

''II. eouuiiied thereiu.UT. of thvpartiet. \ !: faith i>y the United Stales, and the citizens poor, whose hearts had. been made glad by j I the Princess, utcally appears in public on- "
2 If either' i.f the t.imnir shill f.e' Ah.'i. 17. M rrhet'' "n1l! tjot""f' tnmpeU, thereof by her bounty. der the chaperonage or our distinguished
t:ur aids any naion nlnn-xi-r.: the otter e d to Imy or fell lin l ..f "I't. I.N Her marble monument heart only this iu* countrywoman, Duchess of
l bur Sutherland.
yi DCttke a rflmn.i..i..t.! r- .. "},. .........rM&hi ,.. .. Ii/N!. ,hkU!J nut ....... r. *."T' I"rla, ,, TMri>irr:' vrrrncor I have hereunto scriptiou .
sludet l their rn".n.aT. Hlut gift 1 OH 'h..C.IHfU |jntnl/.u "or 1uI1".1 :set rnyJuHnsiHfrrhjieuV1'-' of the EuetM and Jose I r-r.Thl'
Iforteruc to ulsiae.
' .\ :S. li rilbrr shish \e\ as are to Done at the UIII' / "
;. of the parties prohibited the,other Clui.tiall uatioui ; City of Washington, the thirtieth vrvu/io-KruvTcrwiw. '/; !
ttssr with any nntiun uliuteter. bud tiike I day "f June in the year of our THE PRINCESS OF DIPLOMACY. hvening Post designed to arrest the late. '

I r.;ie. t.riulrgtug in that iHtifeii. ttixl hero ART. 18. All coodi shall: ( he wricbed; and! I Lord. use thousand eight hundred In a ladys case there is bad taste in dwel: prevalentjrage/ for speculation.

(tali' he uuud IMI board suUjorls ur effects | examined! liefop tli..y sro Brat DII build ; [L- Lj] nud thirty ,even, and of the Indepen ling upon dates. With respect, therefore A traveller, once, in the west oa setting .. ;
4I", :::.; to either .if the parties the tub!;! and to avoid alldeteiiiion .if vossfl I., nn ex deuce of the United States of the to so delicate a subject as the age of the out early one morning from the place when

prttirrsll 'tie let M liberty and the fleets |; animation shall afterwards be mnde notes s sixty t Ii luf. Princess Lie..eD.1'e shall remain discreetly' ,I be had patted tho night consulted his m.p' ..

legeaeu to the owner. And if any goods it .h,11 I first be proved<< that contraband poods ; ANDJttiW: JACKSON. silent ; remarking only that, about 40 years I of ibo country, and finding that a very coo .

It ,ajtn: to any nation, with wlH>tu either hate been cut IIh gf eke parlies shall be I at war shish be 'loadno the persons .ih<> tuck tbc rlll1tr"tud good JOHN FoRtTTii. ian family, was united tit Count Lieven j Vienna, or by the name of some other Eo>

I resets l bet.'njiiiz to the other tarry.itJ on hoard, shall be puuihid according; to i Secretary arsine.auisCELIs who from the moment of his marriage was i, ropean city beginning with a V, occupied a

t shall past free lUll l unmolested, without the usage:; and clI.lom of the country and tin ---.- regarded as one of the ablei- -- dilinmri.r nf i,i a point ou his road but some 12 or 15 miles
s attempt being made to take or detain oilier |Itrtlon nbatever shall be injured nor ',T(Jl.s_ modern Europe. In 181!... at ihVperiod' if off. concluded journey as far as that plate

SIB ; shah the ship or iucur .._ ..__ the t rupture between Napoleon before breakfast. Another
cargo any penalty ur : -L _:..=..-;..;;,; :> ..... and Alexander ,' equally eZIIDI -
I Atr. ... A signalor pats, shallbegiven. to damage uhntever.ART. ,! Who bus tint heard of Pcro La Chaise in the Court of Russia. despatched the po- !.ive I tow n, bearing as sounding a name was
t9 vessels belonging to both parties, by 19. No ,'r"I'I.htJl !be detained in the \ichiity:: of Paris, aud what sojourner bio pair to become its representatives at the ''f laid down at a convenient distance (or his

r vkKb they are to be known when they meet pert on Any pretence nbateter.' nor bt obi! that centre or fashion and pleasure has uot court of St. Jaiues', wisely framing its letter fur hit afternoon stage ; and there be propo.

w"s sits ; and if the commander of a ship of gad to take ou board any article without the t stoles a a hour or two)famine seductions of of instructions so a, tu invest the honors led 'halting fur the night. Ho continued lo

tr of either party shall have other ships, content of the romwpnder who shall) bo at : the gay metropolis to winder tbrongb tbo I III end dignities; of the etauatiy ;in the person I travel at a good round pace until) the fan 'i

I brier his convoy, Ibo declaration of the full liberty to agree for tbo freight cf auy city of the dead and //oiterabout the of the vount, find tho conduct of affairs .Jo had attained a great height in the !* -"---
tttteander shall alone be sufficient to ex* goods he takes on board. ]!II of departed "Q'Ibl The judiciousness monuments the disposal of the CounieM. j and until IIP bait a- .- ? ills stomach .' i

rt eat soy of them from examination. ; Aar. 20. Ir any of the citizens of the United : with this celebrated The confidence of his lm .>:-i s, A :'Am long since warned him that it was time f
nl Art 5. It either of the parties shall he at' States, or any persons under their !! and the "resthg' place is laid could .._ ......-...., .utfuaoio Lieven uucerned $ I; to halt t, and his horse gave indications which !
out, taste diijlsyei in the wt ;
pro momout
+ that the cabinets at that of the _
two sameopinion.
: showed he was
tsr, tad shall vessel
meet a at sea belong lection, shall have with plainly
: dispute each
aoy o* tion of its and .
1 t I trees skrulx. the the bal
ag to tbs other it is agreed, that if an ex* I ther, the consul shall decide between the I I, and induce ti among enjoying the highest importance its | Still ho saw no town before him.
temtiofl is to be made it shall be done by :p art iet' and *%."."... .*,. c ns111.L-rr living th..n.- ,J -.( hose whose auce of the affairs of Europe were those even of the humblest kind much I less such anisgnificent
. .wf. H .boftt .hh t w" ur three mvu vuiy.t 'ljulre aby aid, or assistance from[ our Government. : pilgrimage; of toil laud anxisty.vexatiou aud of Madrid and Vienna. \ rith both of which ; one as his map bad preparedhim

.d if any gun shall be fired and injury done, to enforce his decisions, it wall disappointment is ended lie. the parent she immediately established relations, tbro to I look (ur. At length meeting a soli

- HftMt reason the offending party shall 'b* immediately I granted; to him.ART. re lairs 10 weep ovtradopartd child: the the Duke of t ernao Nunez, the Spanish liiry woodrhopper! emerging i : from the forest,

feds goal) .u 1| damages.AIT. 1 t I 21. If a citizen of the United States wife over a hutband, the child tver a parent Ambassador and Monsieur de Neumann be accosted him and inquired bow far it ,,
l- 6. If soy Moor shall bring citizens 'should kill or wound a Moor or, on the coo and the husband. over a wife| those society the well known Austrian Secretary of Le- \'nlloPieaol.. "Vienna !1" exclaimed the ,:

stile foiled States, or their effects, to his fro if a Moor shall kill or wound a citizen 't and companionship wale livirg constituted gation. The whole diplomacy of Europe j man, **n hy yon panted it five and twenty j
&l' tr.lhe citizens shall immediately be'' of the United States the law of the country I I theirgroatest enjoyment, and hen it may be saw end applauded tho triple alliance! t i miles back. Didl1u notice a stick of bed ,

lit lat liberty, and the eflects restored; and shall take place and equal' justice shall ho said the present is lint letweeu the past and I t Scarcely less confidential was the tie or.frieadabip limber and a blazed tree ,1
II It ftseaaoer, if any Moor, a suuject of ; rendered the consul assisting at the trial; c the future. In itbitatico of this for famed' l that soon rose between Madame t, That wa Vienna. The travel :,

tew dominions, shall make prize of any oand f and if any delinquent shall makelueacllo.? burial ground, aimlllar depositories have Lieven and Lord Castlereagb who, in the ler then inquired how far i it was to the other .
I .&t thixtes of America or their efecis, the consul shall not be answerable for him I I been established in 'vrlous places, in Eu sylvan seclusion of Footscray. unfolded to j j> place, at which bo designed passing the

ItIe !-Sethem ioto any of the ports of his Ma- :; in any manDer whatever.ART. ; rope and our own couttr,. The Mount Au. his fair friend the most hidden mysteries of night.i "Why. you are right on that plate ,
J'ltl. they shall be immediately released as I :. 22. If on American citizen shall daein barn of Boston conttiutes one of its Iswn0g Downing street ; aud the influence thus established (;.i now-,** returned the man, "tt begins just the .

a !kr..m then lit considered as under his M.i i< our country and no Hill shall appear, ornaments, whilst time sedulpotly erect
e a's l-rotettioD. t[ tho consul shall take possession ,.f bit effects; 1 depositories- ..of a .like. ..description_ -j , the.v_. of St. Petersburg became! unbounded !i: a clump girdled trees which you_will... sea 1
lr. AIT. 7. Ifaoy vessel of either party, shall: and if there shall 'be no consul the effects cinities or i>ow lorn pno &-UII.U 't'UI.-' From thatt epoch may be dated the eeI, about a mile further on the rose:" .Alel p
it&o I oftb. othsr at'd have occaprovisions ,: shall be deposited lathe bands of some per There is a mournful satisfaction iu thus fur Ubrity acquired bj the exclusive clique of are there no bouts built 1"* faltered out the n

s ...r.,. port or other supplies theywrtmhcd son worthy of trust until the party shall appear nisbing places whore our remains may be this highly talented "omao-io whose..... Lout... t tr ...n.! '.o*... ... .."..*.. wnauomever," 4
when the of life shall havi J ; treaties .LF. r- returned the tvoodman. "they hewed and
tisq be who base right to demand them; but deposited span dart half the secret "
r without aoy interruption! ; I if the heir the deceased be pre ', been terminated, amid. shrubs and flowers suppose iw uo concocts The grand rev I' hauled the log: for a blacksmiths shop hot
r rauletistioo.AtT." to person .... .li..h oocbanted us whililiving of 1814 served only to extend and ell t
1 the shall be delivered to him ih.. K- 5- *>r olutioa before they raised it. the town lots teen
6. It any vessel of the United Slates sent, property and the bitter of bereavement her political credit ; and thenceforward ,
establish and
I ''. ...." ir a nut snail appear pangs I \ ditjwedofin the Eastern States ; everything
without iy'"' '
1r 1i *a aett with a disaster at .sea,laal and boat put ,! tbl roparty-r shall descend agreeably to I find a balm in the knowledge that those who her female friendships were made to has been left just as yon now sse it ever

a'teeeAteerh.rl.l.I.olsh| >" without! that "i iVTftt soon as the consul shall declare are dear to ns shall lie en.brouded among I conduce to uphold the ramificatioas of her .ior,.
. lihfttellDd and reload her cargo I 1 the validity: thereof. the charms of nature instead of being de 'system of policy. Her influence over M. de I -
. tyiefaoydaty " where the foot of vulgar curiosity Talleyrand was strengthened through tho
consulof the United Statesof | posited
ART The land!
Culled States i < animal has enemies. tor
cube Every
If vessel
fay the sod that the;. cube Duchess Dana ; over
rI ... be..t of out ;, America shall reside in any seaport of i I ma, trample on protects band Ioa-I toies has IWo enemies-man lad the boa
abort part
I GD on
any on Pozzo di Borgo, by means
dominions that shall think proper I Wo should be gratified to see a come try : lent
they defence of the
our The nataral
t, its skill remain the disfesltion conttrictor.
J at and cleverness
I have whose
of which
ail of those we spiken Graham ( beauty
and enjoy the plan
t' shall be respected,
die they is draw bimaslf iu hit shell
oirBm. and no one shall attempt going other in the neighborhood of oar own city acJ recently raised her from tbo counter of a Sicillian tortoise to ua
***ber without tbeir approbation as she is the privileges which the consuls any of hesitation in expressing belief minister an eminent position in ?I and remained < *. eeewdered particBlarlf under our pro i(i: nation enjoy: and if any of the citizens no which would and did the event of however famishing coo do nothing with
debt the enterprise prepare : life) no sooner great
!Vie; tad if any vessel cribs United Slates. I!I the United States the shall consul contract shall any not ha in some asylum of abe kind, which might 1815 assign temporary importance to the j jBonaparttsts i I him. for the shell Is however too strong takes for the him stroke homo
slag or of his Man
be by'lre. engagements effected paw.
forced taco Madame Lieven
to put outposts unless he be purchased would find ample encturagrnent. than "
tl ban not be r 1 any manner accountable for then Bl. and roasts him; and the boa contractor .
eatbllt she
or otherwise, history of the origin of policy by ,
for the The following a now measure state
". 1114 but Iban roe shall have given a promise writing ., of Napoleon, swallows him .whole shell and all cab_.
to land her esro without which of Pere la Chaise is taken from abe last lot. Flahaalt( the ex aia de-camp
or fulfilling thereof; him in the interior as the court of
asu coroHitodei payment slowly
ita die and
until friend coadjutor
traaquiUty correspondent hocjdistinguished .
him O. P. Q. the European with
to terjof
... Awk. proper to proceed. Mo voyage. .I promise in writing:, no application of;.the New York Express:- Viscount Leith.With chancery does a great estate. .CctetSarga .

AIT. 10. If toy vessel of either o? the fur soy redress If shall diff'reDcel.ballar be made< ,te by In the good old time of Loots XIV. when Mesdames Flahault aDd Review. .

Ftt still bave ao OMScemwt with ft ves- ART. 24. any of the articles' kings had confessors as well jesters, and Graham Madame Upven associated two ;.
Ml Powarain either party infringing on any influence Madame Meet me' by aoofIligl1-Ilicb CoaHtbla
WottiagtoaeyoftheCbrUtiaii ban Prince was not a good one who was other ladits "t
remain a
lies other the of this treaty peace and harmony and brilliantdawgbttr Hays hearing that an old offender paved
{ Rot alibi forts uf ibo roteo.DDtiia excellent terms with the Jesuits there de Boyno, the intelligent
th obtwhbstandiog, in the fullest not on .. Hondricks was in the habit of taking his *i-
nwt! to engaged, thin be defends be made lived a worthy man called Pero,*' or Fa of the Marquis d'Asiuourt, then
N meted ss much as po..... until the friendly application shall tber La Chaise, and to those good! old times Ambassador from France to England and : eta ou the Batterv. repaired to that rttkt4
1 ..* *foty: std if any Aaeriew ,""'lhlll I for an amDlemeDt ud until that shall applica be for absolute executive and dissolute KiDII.there the Countsts da Bourck a pretty and piquant snot when be baa tho pleasure of meatiagtho *
10 Wadoooo, cation ban bo rejected DO appeal after chinning La [ remanttc rascal "by moo&ligbt atoaa. *
HH ea tber*. oa the coat of shall break out listed a Jesuit home; Somtaa7col Italian dancer who
And if a wtr
belong made to arms.
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r tttual la. the En hopes of immediately cottdadlag t&a
Statei b1 This is a very practice war
J of ol& would return to itself by aUstolthafirmtrte.i of that conatry. lUsh and in our courts. An affidavit by a by ft toO ready retests ....*4 *....fatfrity .

reaction the part of the French Government the paper enrreaey ropectfolly{ the defendant! of a detente en the merits, b of the lamas,let ua not k..oanetTea

: '. JIi1N. i easily for teen. The Spanish miOitry I am, goo tlemen, Senn K. Y. generally requited in such cases, to iodaea that the alureativo of tala taeatsra woa4d.

have made 1 1to laudable efforts, not on v lv the judge to set aside the judgment by de necessarily bava ,brought.* pease ted tnaquUity. .

From cur Correspondents. sustain the weight of the war but also> 10 UJ'KJT D. fault. In this case,such an affidavit, ai the The enemy wae aotaa a Batttrefeoorse

Office of tbe Journal of Commerce, t meet the foreign engagements. The pav counsel for the defendant Intended, was pro to baiaijagatadby MatiaakgaetiVo ,
flBoathe loawr. Tbeta.. j
Mew YORK, Jane 9, 2 P. M. SLATER mint of h. obligations which a""as -- For the Hersftf.jfuutnu. dated in court, but the words used were as operations knew the two country to wllal w -*a eke. ?I Iwrelehed

r FROM EN.GLAND.. W* "..ltstiines .. !fI1lt1"'IRV'\M61': ralll.rl:1. :: 0F"k( I Legal aaflsT....lag a ,follows,.a ....,:!."tbat......be_the JC"'Sm.defandaoOjM j a o pod lot ot our eras, to operate eta r
to | payment month afterwards. I No.. all. English roort however refused to admit the well appreciate the forte of this truth lla*
: have London May .
I. Cth.! The we dates from Liverpool papers are no later From our Correspondents, la our feraer piece (No 1.we took affidavit because, as be stated, the affidavit tht In-lians are !.. bo .eafednrd it net tfes !

I than were toceivediby: the England. Tbe Office of the Journal of Commerce, ) tome notice of the propensity of come judg should have been "that be (the defendant) I question now before us. That they were

indications of pecuniary difficulty are more NEW YORK, June 8, 2 P. M. $ es. to resort to quibbles, in support of their! bas a good. defence. on the merits. Coose- not subdued. ,.Is a fact that_ Best mattrft&j&v I
opinions. Jaw questions brought before toe view we adopt, aa 19 .
distinct tbau before. LATER.By n qaently the judgment Dy. default could not qualify may .
A LITTLE 'them. This sentimental faculty is of General Jesop's measures la forts
The market in a much worse generally be set aside; and the defendant not being policy
than rroney at tbe date of our last advicees. the packet ship England Captain attributed to judges of the Southern in court to alter the affidavit to sail the log the treaty sod patiently waiting fa jafulfilment.

state One American House bad applied to Waite we have Liverpool papers to May and Western States, very few of whom are whim of the judge, the judgment was con I On ibis point the writer ia the

the Hank large,; or England for an extension of 3d and Londou to the 2nd both inclusive. deemed to be men of vigorous minds or profound firmed against the defend-mt. I Jacksonville Courier bas faliea into error..

time'on their. obligations, and three months law learning. It most however be Now this 9m'bole af the English judge was Officers of the army have not "aid wf j.*
had been allowed.' Cotton maintained the advance observed that a certain Judge of an Eastern on the par with that above alluded to, made the fullest assurance that tba Bcmiaeis;

LoitDON CITY, Wednttday Evening, May our last advices, and the sales continued State of very high reputation for bis talents. b, Judge Story-both were egregious nonsense has been whipped into perfect snbeaiesiev;

official announcement has transpired 'Vheredistricts much distress in tbo.mannfac* .on ana occasion resorted to a most Judge Story was appolqted, to office the each an assertion, they have evi&cedbai

any as to the policy of the Bank direction of England, OD account of !pitl/ul quitbtt on a plain and simple! question 18tb of November, 1811,and ever since,until small knoMledgd of the actual state of tie

with regard to their further assistance to the the want of employment and the Ion price" of law brought before bia. This gentleman the late death of chief justice Marshall case. The Seniinulcs surrendered from...

t commercial interests; but as to morrow of labor. Sajrs a Nottingham paper,- We was Judge Story of the Supreme witnessed bit display of the most eminent talents lives of enpediency alone; from a tam*

(this day) and Friday, are the days of the have for nearly three months, been suffer'log Court of the United States. It occurred at vigor of mind, and profound law learning Uen of the greater advantages psaceaad

week which they usually settle their fur want of work for the operatives.Stocking a Circuit Court of the linked States held accompanied invariably with rare independence perhaps from weariness of the war; tetatt

upon advances to firms making applications and lace frames, which are fur the of by him in the year 1812 aDd the case is of mind suaviter in outdo, and the from the direct coercion of military forw,

money, of coarse greatattention is drawn to* great part productive of the staple part stated in the lit vol.of GalUton'e Rep..,. purest and most upright views in his judicial as prisoners and ellnti!borne t.i es..bK. SMtnJ

ward their proceedings. A strong feelingof our trade are now nearly out of work and G1.--Jo ph Smith in error.. the United conduct fluch an exampla>' .rwo ".--{.... reasons 01 it, be In aiiod .......

prevails that the operations in consequence thousands of bands are out States., The cause bad been tried in the Di.. could not have failed 10 make a strong imevou ver judgment U passed on Geo. Imp*,

cube apprehension Bank of England this week will tend ofamp toy. Oa Tuesday afternoon, about triet Court of the United Slates on an a.*'*" nrc..U uu at,. uilud of really such a treaty. Le the nature of tbe eeucirr i..

2000 unemployed hands visited the bakers Itl .i.t.t for the penalty, under the embargo learned and astute man as judge l Story bas considered ; its impregnability in favor of tfco
; rather to feeling restrict bat atl; circulating....r..i t.. i.mi.tic*; uuicuers' soops, soliciting charity t their imposing law, and judgment ia that coats, was given I I often shown himself to be. Seminole; iu impracticability Letttt

to and th this* fJoBsal ia arket, which although the) appearance intimidated demanded.parties Some to against the defendant. He appealed, as al. The lesions, from the open opinions of General's measures b. considers by t&t

looked firm this morning. give them what they lowed by law to the Circuit Court. Ha no judge Marshall adjust' technical niceties, no lights be had then before bin and cot by

There hive not been any very extensive principle seemed to guide_._L-the' leaders of the: doubt had for his aid- an inactions and acute doubt induced judge; Story to relinquish bit those shed forth by nubieqoent 1"011.1"

failures to day ; one or two have however, mob, for on one baker giving Duly a PCUQl the counselor\ at law, of Massachusetts who partiality to those futile and absurd distinctions there will then be some rectitude ia the dsti

been named but the .liabilities are not very loaf it was proposed to throw it through was well aware of the high reputation of in legal decisions.We lion that may follow.

Jbetvy. There hiss been rather more doing window. This suggestion was immediatelydecried. half Judge Story, for his I..rninlaod skill not have always entertained a very high There i i. another remark to be made ea

in the bonds of the United States, and some Another baker on giving cheered.two only in the law, but in philology. He perhaps opinion of that able learned and worthy the article in the Courier. Besides the ipint

of those which were, in the t first instance, stone loaves was most vehemently house of Barker & thought it quite likely) that the learned judge'; ; and on the death of judge Marshall of hostility evinced towards Gen.Jests, a j

remitted to trance, are now finding their The great manufacturing judge entertained an opinion on English sy- we deemed him to be superior to all the other spirit is also apparent there nut altog tfctr

w"y to this market. There are parties who Co., respected for their honorable transactions nony raei, similar to that which bas been expressed judges in the qualifications requisite for friendly to tbo army at hrge. We shall. ke

consider these securities as very eligible investments in all mercantile matters, suspended bad by some astute philological authors, so high and important an office, as chief justice slow to believe that such a spirit cal risUs.

I ; and came of the letters from payment on Monday Morning.. They particularly the celeirated George Crafeb. of the Supreme Court of the U. States. in tho breast of any wellinformed lad b.t. a

f Manchester and Liverpool esteem their importation large. American dealings.Fortter't commission who bets published a large octavo volume We then thought it quite likely he would be minded Floridian who is wUliogtarsitM
into this country as a complete Bankruptcy.- dividend explaining: English svaonvmes. The writers .appointed succeed judge SI Marshall chief the services and sacrifices of the araybatj

Goa-sead. There is but little doubt that ers in this case have declared Ibo fiat Debts 00-that subject, insist, that iu fact there is justice ; but perhaps l'r .id'nt"ac lo di"l degree proportionate to their extent. A r..

the circulation of these 1 bonds will temporarily -four shillings in the found.of 420,. no such thing strictly speaking, as a s non. tinguished; for his admirable foresight fam'lief on the border settlements may Ii i ivo the traders between this country have teen proved to the amount A yme in any language is only vulgarly eagle-ey." pew tretian, in many matters driven from their homes and the josr.J. .
aDd the (Jailed Sutes but whether specula* 000, and it is supposed tbat about viewed, as such. It would seem that in his had teal or been told of that uufortnoawd record iheir flight,: with companion a,..

daD in tfaeia is not equally as gambling in I more will be proved. The dividend will decision on the bore ease, Judge Story has < ifi Mitf'CoortT\ : .s ....... n... Ie._ :. ---- __r,.,. to lbe writer I
exhaust nearly) all the funds the assignees imbibed Uiose o a ? ; QQ The President'may in the Courier tint: every mernu* ef I

S character... .>. r that..r*!,ofdesling.. __M.a.S UW..J.M in unpaid.. MMt Span*.k- .>... .. _....!. .. I.--J. .-.A will. r",*...Utn- iTHvuTgarly; -called.: The m bt word woWs/as they is have thought that it might place even a highly army serving in the wilderness of Fiona ak*;,

I bank have been done at94| a 95 ; and Mor fail to afford great relief to the town and not of the contrary I meritorious judge in a situation unfit fora also expatriated cot off! from his hems sad

vi,'. bank bonds at 9S,. Toe accounts from neighborhood. The dividend will bo pay being as the same judge meaning the word of against; quibble in law questions. The gentlemanwho all the endearments of social life Has ray I

the mtaalacturiog districts are rather more able on the 13ib May.-Carlisle Journal. might alledge, differ bas been appointed as the successor of voice of public sympathy been ever rshs4 t
ent grammatical of The
favorable, and we .fruit that they will so Business relations with the United States.- is parts speeb. wordcontrary chief justice Marshall though he bas never for him Quo! '*"l II is his vocation! SaetU. I

continue ; but the condition of many of the The London Spectator, alluding to the issue Johnson adverb an adjective, or according to I before been a judge is well known to be a a citizen on the frontiers, fall into the aj&
an but
Uboriog classes continues to be very dis of bands by the U. S. Bank Morris Canal preposition is; admitted the word against all i.a is man of a powerful mind deep law learning of the savage, bit eaptivit or msmers is

tressing. Bank and other institutions the U. States and so by out and the most upright views of justice. lie described iu terms of awful import. ga C

Frogs tht London Morning Herald, of the -saysNo law grammarians and statute lexicographers. The words will we confidently believe, provo a bigblv name is rmnemberrd as that of a man)', I
are not
r < ,6th.: doubt seems to be entertained of the because though statute really is synonymous, worthy suetessor of chief justice Marshal and has story preserved l in the tape inrj ef d

City, Friday Evening May 5.Greater legality circulating paper ot this description law is not a.rafu/e every-a writ of error a taw is every We have more to say iu a future number. history Hut "bat ever bears of the peer

gloom was exhibited upon| the Royal Ex ; aud no may expect to have as muchof appeal but aa is writ alwaysan of CCJ.\8. soldiers death whether by the seal p i Khil, I
appeal never a
change, to day than daring the previous it as the market can bear. The consequences or the equally to be dreaded shaft that Set t

4 course of this weeks and it cannot now be of this operation may be very serious error.'I'be To the Editor of the Florida Herald. invisible on every pestilent! breeze Ea- 1 i
denied that the reduced valve of produce of in several ways. The first effect ap. eland is adoptiou the common law of En. Sia: The last number tbeJacktunville! listed men Privates in the ranks ifetfa
a blessing which the 'inhabitants of
all kinds, and the temporary embarrassments pears to have been to relieve the Americantrade State of Union Courier contains an article which may ba they be they bare all their homes tktr *

iti which the American Merchants as wellas ; and the second to knock down tbe every our (except Louisiana) regarded as editorial commenting in terms friends, brothers sisters parents, to tmrs s

those trading with the East Indies and premium or Exchequer Bills, which fell enjoV.of are not cramped in a vast portion of severity on the conduct and issue or the over their lose and lament the day won t

China, have been placed, has created an yesterday to the extent of 11 or 12. How our dealings, by statutory provisions, late campaign against the Seminoles. A. they left tbe paternal roof to risk li t. rill s
pljioness, and
anxiety that has not yet been diminished b y this iuuodatioo American paper will affect simplicity, precision of langunge that issue his been unfavorable to the wishes health in battling: for a distant Term*}. i
are deemed be
any outward appearance., Considerable our circulating medium permanently is a all justly to requisite, in Iud hopes of the patriotic it is by au Nay, Ibo sacrifices and hardships of the

.. attention. has hern drawn to the transactions difficult question to decide. It would seem far our statutes ; bpt the common law allowsof means urpri t up that we should are thus are uotolJ. ..>.! i. .'. ... lie reareri,.n.".."al.*; 1

: lions e i\bich"tbt corporation% a- e has been io. tin(oVeFtfeCQlVMlyf ity J>Jtlfr.tfJfafxmoney .Wge'Sto'ryt more .t on p.l1qr Isarning occasions and bln/ft'tiT-abilities, early, same t--inanifeiUtiou........B- --;-j"urn the.u nr nuNUe tli. iay di i.*. .Ills.t .1.p..,W0."ullt would tlrlt deprecate, any_fecit*;Mn
many it is the ne a.d. .h tp
aged, with firms applying for assistance, lending establishments into the Brit tested devotion rightful province of these journals that of "
strong to the law steady c"DfiSruro{
common di tu i r.di.Uf....
been conducted with the greatest sdcrehas isb market. It it very probable that the of England. to Unfortunately. bumble nra what
'. cy ; nevertheless it has transpired that the existing not,. will 1 be replaced not with gold opinion too many of the jujges. our throughoutthe import: and vehicles of general latent ..t bank directors have resolved the and it is genre, they measure adopted fejti. *
support but with fresh notes ; possible that United States cannot rightfully avoid! a full that
far the
are to much attachedto or other General l. the t
firm to which we referred yesterday and gold may be shipped to tbe United States such mid critical review of the events and relations hay army II""tap
a oft" suffered and
system n to fair
another of equal standing, this for of this repugnant and uhicb fill so large share much; lad 8M r
throughout in return a supply paper. But upright administration of justice. Wo a of the public at stJertnr how HttU
will must
month. Some other application are under there in no end to speculation on the work now proceed, by stating the quibble used b tentiou. But in every such publication,whe !interest in the ptrsses! e
consideration. lag of this new financial achievement of the Judge in 1 regarded as an index uf the topular in qaesbeaslN
Story the above mentioned ( a mural e
:, It was currently reported here and Mr. case. sentiment or a mould for its light my appear to sttaetli
to day, enterprising sagacious: Nicholas At the close of the dedaration currency and
in the principles which that
that some of the leading firms connected Biddle. Wo must wait till we are instructed the words cause, imprest, the great principle of truth should ed. controversy if fsesi t
with the India trade were making great ex* by some experience before we can speak following of fare used after the never lie lost sight uf. wo are less surprized! that a few shut f;
charge the bne
violatku of of avoided the
an act Con field than .
teat .
ertioas to withdraw all theirsrgostures tho It is at ibis late SUM
paper bearing confidently on lubjert.Spcdator.'ro "* easy hour t* review the e
s:- should
front circulation. This measure the a ovo we ads the fulltiniug communication and the past and say burr they mi-.I h It their prejudice ft
provided. On I interests
if vigorously carried ;iutu effect will doubtless which we find in the Liverpool) the judge said thatit r.adiDllbo phrase, have been modified bad a different course health. and the destruction ef tfctr
was invalid in law
avert much evil but ,and been T. 'I
; looking at the Telegraph of.May 3d. must defeat the action-the words pursued. It is proverbially easy to play
state of the commercial money market in Gentlemen : 1 have to thank you fur your have been .'again* the form uf the OU&bllo*' the "'prophet after tho fuel ;" to denounce a r IIS

y the manufacturing districts, in conjunction admission of the article on the present crisis, For this reason rfone the statute. lino of {policy) which has terminated unfavorably '0 J.\'CI Qa'au1
.. judge decided
wJ&j that. of the metropolis, little bas into toe columns of by
very your paper of last week ; that the judgment the court below wisely asserting that bad things b
srlwJpAa! !"''ehensioa whichiii and I am glad to sea must been differently) conducted
Tb.Jouralrdu your contemporary, be reversed. One night suppose, on reading we should have Thursday, June, 82, 1837. .
seen a different
Commerce she
result! This .
says, illil' this decision of such occularsagaci !
citiyel' a srerrd effectively a learned sad wise is
y that lIarol ; Ca ty common Lfhtr
Rutbchild : judge that either he among tho wiseacres of the
allDiltd bas Intention been sreatll.impoled) upon. Where oa'1It uavnr had read or enticnJv day and In'Of7CttI.-Tb'1 are as bad u bed ca
traosactions with t tbe Splni.h ur diacunliouin' Abu ..! sad where bas be ; forgotten Hankiot pleas of the crown they;lira not flimsy as are its real )pietenslons be-bow sB' .Il they be bettered b tin eass& t
7 found always without!
u a beginuing. h.made kno"q yea that Bury be. will the .Ur.import of cttoa of last week ? I Indictment tn for r lunar- under the title Ul influence upon the vulgar mind.their imposing Not bjr the moral of Gen Jesnp u...inland C

Dot Dest'Dootll. the will have peremtorily to tell him sad those elated thai thw Ve n w & J efeWiifl: Gea.Jesup others are inclined to with sad I
y salerio, who tfl* unfortunately in s&bs&a&f
Ir .
<< the ti a Position just ,
lab r.e.arloa Span art Hytoecessa7, b ...... .. no" .
''n Judge Stori f'U."
Pui. hoodwinked by the demand for list: ar- ubautured. J mad .uuarll' "' _..'- -z.. Gen. Scott, u the prayer of some u, batty I
The l.ttere from b' title being a remedy for bother words ot mUmIan! ersions. Men who, but taunt>a.** r
: Iwdrid or our e'iI. two weeks aloe bh.iaJ.
the that if i f end l c
t 22d *Is I ago iU bsst >
are. ir in fact og. Judge fiory were
possible } only a ia delivering his praising those formation
than u,Welty roil consequence of the great fall opinion which led measures of his We ba,.. c
forest I w. may except'bower er, the follow.0 to.lac in the prices of cotton ; and that it is entirely In.the 'Iid call, adh!ptod 1 that the diltinetloa. py conclusion to nbat was deemed a most hap. We had bevel that fro the
P the a fallacious whirb h. of the i m enenetle shyer. ,
s hTb I0 meth war
Lr e k iuistor vr Fiaaace iaPr'VeIIl'6 cotton will w"W W ",:,I y' 10 ; admiring the en* ter of the
ales 1 "'. re I lerprize and officer
S m aline or e r' tore the plaia.Enll.'h: vigor with which now i in command. conduct. exchantu.. .mi. ... : t the ? t
lie origbtnarucat
"' and campaign
complaints "tllh. aasw r. tb e : -- sir the acts It was ..,._.....Sf t was conducted and iha ducera; .. successful operations agaicst the Creeks dt
I bnlliaul penury of Ibo treasury b "icW1.of! the paper cUrr s!5JBaSfifiaaaV Am., --rVur tp UVQUI7. thought 10 be, by theBa .,6- tact of I 1
romisO y the Cepera: ;n our Indian
or the resources who | eajoo! the ptx\n\ war would have been broBU tts
'viii. obtain fin a hoc h b. consequence keep c'otAmerlcla \':: Marshall io all bit e mo1 -
free m Enliaa&! tiy thortzingfte produce 10 es the aliddle Court showed his a'J. meat when terms or Pacification Close long since, but after being ia the field. fir
Imo rtxtioa laboral; I"'ea aDd horrlDC' of lid without were tecu- .. I
: 01 En sb of this pI66/el. 10 a further e.. & ... !
r '. Spada j cotton into against the paper value Coun\rl or it can beer u Poa deciJN bY I ltio 8u pone coon call or whisk too was borione, hussy dope mid P""are doubtful n s seven e."GQ&. ', near: '7 ou watts.L.-.O.,.......' .
The ; for If United iD too have
aw Corte./i0 w. de high been
., at eat
then we 10
are 10 1810 I pending forth
itttogsof starting. den ffro moa who removal of the dais
the20th,21 d reported the Ice "ere
and h ta rt.! of
boat st loa and upon cot. i ham Prepare 10110uiry bade
adopted ;it i if
111. __
too Amlriraa a as t be new admiti that u, .r-l
articles rep. -- ; .
9. ors of *
23. producttaas 'age ml
D8. sad 27 24.25 will a case I Seminole --- -- -- -, -,
01 Ibl 20 b. ad ofildmirah11 had "ar.
ro 25
w up bu
Uofurmed merit,... the ''odleD' ,
per coat by the compleuloutgeneraled
arlsdi but
Tho rtiete Conllhudon. Bra or Au : , tilt GeatnlV
excludes all prolate DOt too arr. g rest, II c'lorco and Beac tll&Duel)_ a last N ,, ; now rail a. I It is
mea rum a seat 'q ....... I....and._ clergy.u Chief Ju.lice b. 'aiGJlal'' R the him I.a dupe and In lath sells betas se now aseertained.aadisbewiily '
sittings or the 21sr duet al. Lab rw .h. l ulna IJarlhall dU'.r.d the hidiaas have brokeo I that Geneial Jtsnp'a ; hiss
... the Chamber orda road to vI the Cur t. iQ this opl. Iba"lIlbe'UteIYIt their f.hb and poliry been a eeisfte
address from too pressed too ca 1e- 10 'II hi ex 10 be less' 01 failure and that we .. t
worthy bare
'deputation! of proiat.ial per __ opinion of tb. than was S trust are to motor eP
Saragossa< ..blcb not the rS P reaeustivM -- pa- '(Inn l co nit. a b.iag .. uppuaed.
that the Mio .., dl.nd merdian tie row( bo'IQid be IIHharl fame which from every indication mart bt I
or .
or "
-Pis.tro too loteruor D. Pita produce, Ibould b. ntlli" are .ffl elates *'' we know. is but too torn- bloody
le the unless
manly one
brought cirtuladoa. put fruit
of to
10 trial rur Tile 1010 chance contrary our expeetsiMSt I
sued tM eatborite or Sara having .11.. AmoricIII seata' p.rd,. 'o'duefol '... ffittSSS'fiftlte "n than the fort otton, ; moro dependent, the Semiroles should comply! with UM 1".4
OIal fort contingent
piper have
ho of
.talent 01 maa. 'plrh broken oa any IDenc success. the i11
"ar. The address CJI this compact the b This toereu. I. .,.... ... judjedu.yof that lsstlie'pa"ts N
t. bo lid ..ordered a crate centime meut. Bat it I. :..a. amnesty (
00 the tlbl. Ind tbe ices eleheDg" expressed by Judge bar still .
.. P or Arne tlcaa rod Shall wu directly' w baoeoJ' the al"1 desirable that mischief to the inhabitanta/tUewrt?. ,
'Tn wtteadoa a f too months brace sue 4 Co lad eoatta.f 10 the o dodo erect or The
a season U
GnaDcfll i .ro the proofs decision! or a used i campaign an now stated:for is i
Judge s ;. opeml
world ro.
IOJllhe Ilcele addueo Story f..r
OD the t ia &he .
m u 61
m P Gear Circalt JudlCD.Dft
with tk. ., .f". recently bees occupied! yargumentsmus t either I. above lbeatJoDed. b. sought .r.diooal truth should ,country this, and as a matter ef_wcr.
/ GI -o3set ... .. (can for the S,.. t.lI.What 'lUd debt thou S bt that He then DO I or h. detail... y fro m 1"uruta'"'"'"" the troODl.. mn..t lw.. .. aced i_ L..<*t_ tJ_
ovorsment: w. sM mat sots a juggle uedaiaxzl site to WU The (! n....e ....___... L r* III cwutaj ymmw .
the this ce'.r D. ---
inform to Jean /
.tabJWa | uen. until the
bave Collected soon we affalrtif Toe tba nn P, in accepting oy autamnaloon; ibID ,
I oa this OU&btlu''ltJto throw Bank hut&t i. P ctpl.s or Jaadce the overtures of bate psserf(
tr withoul ; diana the In
YOaehlac how..Ter. bill. Tho out every American highly probable that tio was either 10 aa to render it
for h. autb.D.lch Americans witnessed bu,since b. right or That safe to take the M Nu
this the it
Iotlatiea 10 this A D.. porting by trick of Im pinion eo too fras generally This period should ..
elect sae this country voted subject, approved at the rime b be tics ted aaa eH fteat*.
opened the U Judo least
the Cs wet, 01 Madrnd between paper can States Bank Man ba0, a f." three onto fear y at 10 /"'_.,,'omo erato go on with their bas (J4d,. Story's ,can alter safest ff all those tad two things should.|Brfk
uph....., for aD ant draining this under plan of ) .pluloQ la the Circuit were butiaformed or'Ddila
operatfOD Copra
to L. country of its character rbsdt
811 a paraet,.(mono ) roaadod on, In a short time a specie, and brio* ..abJect.rrhl".cllaa&ocl his absurd 1011011I OD that i or the circumstance or the aad be established ,..
aaw srSf'Bi'lKrfiGovernSenb sabre or "tbe present Is second crisis, to which not ba doubted. The Do BMatloaV eaa as would tSectaaJJj asstproteet .si
? ac6 and tbeBankofEeglandand I believe Judge Story show eel his theca me bias; and over mod took the lalaabitalltl or the country frssIit
jell or the MVta the ob- the m'DI 10 'reluaieiJl et ices arrach. ral was honored where the O oae. n ad just
III cause of
cannot bu tee tnian.. Government having read y, COlllqulDtI or Dot less far alarm. S<<.sd,t.o al.
c..... General Petes to Nod rid.Spanl.h cellar or lb.Elch'quer. frieDd the C l,0. a dRe '" ago lsod lb. report or a decision of a sagacity than for has military diplomatic .10111'or this P eriod torthe purpoaee If""
believe we iVo h. all reeiro Ir g very similar But now when tllrl *t. Ioltioa health
are correct III at undersea liratir brought to the the lodi'al and disci ltd
u&weiadoae 11,10& that the ads the kU. before hllll ease have d 'Stu. sad or p.
are gory coadaued consequentproduce. PS per YaluatloD JtJ ft8, and suit Court, aboYt Judge Story) III the CIr a. bj>> violating ceivei5 111181 to the most efitctiro conditioa ftf *.
nvoJy iwaty, I. it & : of the
menUoD.d. &M
properl to
aided r
57 and Tale .
Cabinet of Loa. by lamblioC .h. Ibll ho sea f iq llanitoa' CliO llaoat' .rptic eperatioae in the
d coaiaiseii
quite ... nonuse the lo
amullDI Ott .. s digest or disappointed ? '
BA&niS to Bow.r I The
them read wI,
anti c i the I Kemp.. A defaalr Genera) rumor Out *
I paled inserted ''a th e nascent arucl" had lor..act f pogo the measures and o Gen. &ett U to .ff
been a tea lad
,' aDd the proS bills, ate. Ask pipe"tbtsc was 01. change tor Ih. hit couuaellbOeet catered sgataat the der'Ddlat,p lid campal'll. Let these follow op atJou oft Ibo Qea.fanp. WI plate noeoafideaee Ul Nlp

I nacres 10 give i the court .to choose 10 b. rho cfJ who 1I&0u.1. It
11111J ud g m oat b y derault eat .iele the led b7 the loRd 1& should be to.II4'fig:
< 011 fill ag a plOl. ratbertbia b>>y chi UI 610!troth of a .ora lIalIDd r..uq.t owlldldte,.ttaer. bstb.
I Although w e Ire QUI di'.ppoilltd' rot... opponaaites L'battbelaaesltscha,+ito ....,t
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Mpg.adyuage'' ..,.,iot be ataodoned to the enemy, top tit e epidemic disase! ..r.melt' alluded a* muck of the "telricA.i4 c*would sup ply Art ORDINANCE for the pr te.i.. l&a
..... iato the 10.000 baring prebailed at this running of hares or bens tfeesfa. tike
... -.ts.could. bsbrottgbt with aura cattle and boner About post. 800,000 d.ar8C' of lattery tonlaininf a' any s
'ar sec tl..t have With great Respect, tooled inthts. Fovtr streets of tbo.if.r flu A........
.. .r die amt avail bead of cattle are now on the JIll prairie o twfact e/1500 square
..,." 4i 'ira from aI.then.ID.. I bate the honor &:. grant of tine, with one oj water, may yield &it ertfcia***. By the aothoriw of file Mayer
ssdd eeetry Alacbua and lately about 300 bead of
forM hot Signed) CHAS. H. L/HJB as muck electricity ai'u not fed durihg lAws and alderman of tbeclty of OL Aesse. M. last
.... 1IciJi11m aeeeeaary set condemned by the United ta'es tad Assistant Surgeon I rfrrtform." remand after Ibe panning of this act,ere parwa
. .,.bona .l teveh. Every shall canter,gallop,or run.Of eaase loge&... .
J* tN PkeedifltbeD old, bare been turned loots then to recruit U. 8. Arm,. Davenport end Ceo& Erperimentt. Mr. than a tfest free taor..ltWi..1ItIIe. '

...t be learned.bae ..... with It b bard thus to .be compelled to abandonour Brig.* General AamiTEAD Davenport of Veroouot whose machine has throb the streets any of dill ./. AllY mee i t,
vsa .. ..... ./ bo'I bUD greatly iMtrueted by I our Ijviug. Army of the Booth. exhibited to the public ia a few days, first beforv the Mayor or ether justice of the peace, '. .

sue'aey, end 'have gaited such a Tree copy, H. GARNER obtained a rotary motion in July 1831. In be fined five dollars far the first.... and tea .

aw ilia Indian :character .t the Inj On Tuesday last Cept. Dratu'i company Lt. & Aid-de-Cfcmp July, 1835 be subMisted a model to ProfesHeasy ; dollars for the eeeond...DU.OMlaaJr..bIeb 11

hen sc"localities,aa will enable. them topjiter of mounted artillery, went out en a scootIpg Ata'tAft'tAdjH deal. of Princeton College, why then car- shall n to informer and one half :.
..1 .... ._ 9. AndhiitT&ntrdvxtd Tast after
fledta.,tno rigioalilj 1n luer I. : Sac. ,
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*.... advantage than any other expedditiod in the neighborhood of this Virgil C. Maiey. ESQ., Solicitor of the This mocaiue would raise from the from the loo pa..... shall. :be.. _..JoM w9De... dra y. : 1' J
= ibd_Jb brought iou the field Wo city. They proceeded al far as Hewlett Treasury, bat, ? is said been appointed' floor only ourgvartcr oja pound weight.Messrs. .- I rate wagoner thai she common walk ova horse, eader

.. ..,.r- regret it, if any clisug should Mill about Io" miles sooth'- ef 0s, and return Minister to Belgium, and the office be baa Davenport and Cook have succeeded I penalty of Gre dollaro (if a white man,) sad if t.I t.i ia I

He t. *.ia.arcl. lug making a circuit to the west about 50 heretofore held, baa been conferred on Mr. io improving macbiuo so that a wheelof free colored person, mulatto or slave, be entailreceive -
die oar cODdiuOD.-W. want Alfred Balcb. of Nashville, Tennessee, about half tbf diameter of the first, (say tw.nll.trip.. and stand committed .. "-
ere ""ra te ogles No signs were discovered of any Indiaoa seven inches,) will raise a "etat or over one til the cost of suit be paid.1 } it stay however,be .
Florida that baa escaped the Indi The Commercial Bank offlt. Joseph,has band d pounds. optional with &e free negro,er mulattoamu* '
hit egecteafy and protected The I ter of any slave convicted of pay I
specie Bank is Writer the
lie suspended payment Facts vena Theory.- on of .
and costs, ia lieu corporeal
five dollara
: fine of
eailitalitw the
s'q ..Mt be sol-an! should not oar Three negroes: belonging to Z. Kinney.W said to bo perfectly good. subject of magnetism assert I .t.a i iron or pnntsbment 'I t

... ,e,o{ *tions from our citizens, Esq.. arrived at Picolata yesterday, from Gen. JACKSO ,' steel ring cannot be so charged os to have Sac. 3. fi4il/ardbrord4us erf,That too tier f 1
.. respectful (feelings and with afcjyears : Lo uilvfteJourna! polarity. Messrs. Davenport and Cook vehicle whatever shall be driven wiiiun the liatheeommoa* 1
Island Lake who
rasa Drayton near George, report of 31st -VVe rewired
May :
thaMd be by those who says a nave recently ma 4 Detiled a steel ring which l Its of said city, at a faster rate than t
so. st d t pcb U may. given that they saw Indian fires all around letter from Nashville! dated on Friday last ts found to have eigif poles.It slow trot of a hone,o oder UK like penalty t earl ;; ,

.. of espy leoce of the Indian char. them and that they left from fear of cap which says w e faro this morning that Ceo. has been supposed that the poles of an if the person or persona driving said born her !i 1 1
\ vaue to the citizens,rf the Jackson throw from his horse vehicle the ordinance abaBbo .
at claM po.iifcsEsteftbeSt. was a day or electro magnet could not be changed with sea or ecntrary t
ture. If is feared that the remainder 17 in .
I shall be bald f I
'DICI. two ago and so injured as to render him.peecbl. out the use of quicksilver. Messrs. Cook minors the parents or guardian '
.flat Johns, there ie, as we number have been captured tbe Indians ....*' and Davenport vie no quicksilver ia their liable for the payment of such penalty aa maybe I

Is'ee. ._said. nu*''' kfi. hut St. Augustine :aa they have not !been since beard of. Mr. The Nashville Union, noticing the accident machines. imposed for a violationE.. B.thereof.GOULD Mayor. ;' 1

... UjIftitdsHn settlement and horn two tu0MsaJbcsd J, t;;nesley reestablished his plantation lOaD that betel Gen.Jackson a week or twosince Attest D. SEGUI. Clerk. i

,', horses and cattle. The after tb. rapiiulaiW. the Indians. ; says that is happy to state on the authority Eoony and 2'opa1\frJoboath.a Tup .
be of a persen wbo left the Hermitage del, colored gentleman and Miss Elizabeth Wetice. .
thr sal borate miy be aalobjKi whb the mndi The seb. S. S. Mills arrived in Charleston o.. tQ rt< awjae tion,bljr they will .endeavor' to be received in tit tot eMLaaed b, bishorse have been seut to jail by the police JlfttOD.I Honorable the Judge of. tbo County

the ...every habitation that they dare ap. on Tuesday last. taking fright, was slight, and that be city, until sufficient evidence ran be procure Court of tit.:) Johns County for Utters of Adfflia
.. bad entirely recovered from its effects. atration on the Goods and Estate ef LymaaWtlk V .
b1 know vert well that we shall brf&ftersis against the maftistrate John \Villi.u. fur
W. .... Ute of St. Ancustne, in said .
ASIATIC CHOLERA. -A report havinggone uniting the parties in ibis unnatural wedlock county
leelti. but whether this i'i ,
no aonra deceased at the turn "' bin death ef which all
: the admonish ns to be abroad that the Asiatic Cholera pro FROH TEXAS. A party of Indians, about and thus breaking a fundamental: per ona interested will please to take _vt ... I
,,asbe.lei past that prepa. vailed extensively at Fort Mellon the City 200 in number have shown themselves with of the Commouw'lhb.J LOUIN WALKER t
ea bribe fatare. Every, position appeared in 15 miles of Nashville, Milam county, and Bt.Aaiastine. UIShb.I837.
Council of St. Augustine, the 3d June
>Irk> ,fraaydvlntReatIllehonidbe occupied. I I ou a small detachment of them killed one man MARINE JOURNAL, i'
>p' a td) note line of pot then be established just, passed the following resolution-i : in sight of tbe town. The main body over For Sale. V t

her .tki Bouih Moultfie$ Creek Picolata tnnelp I I Whereas, it has been recently reported took and killed five agonera going to the atttfuaH ACRES OF LAND, near ;

. betide sitioBSsIi0ulilbetakennp. the Man that the Asiatic Cholera, prevails among the Fort oa Little River and also killed their 11 W DIIDD". Lake. .,

"",,"tad the hordes, cattle and otherLefty Troops' at Fort Mellon\ therefore, oxen.The 400 Acres near Picolata.
gb* ism wooM be molt efleetnally covered. Be.jnriiisttWrtSO'J Rrsolved'ihalt his honor the Mayor be Indians have also killed Mr. McLaoe Sundry LOTS and HOUSES ia town. JALtO

,ud icqursted to write to Arrnittead and Mr. Sheridan and Mr. Barnes near Mustang -
bJ rnnunted men should be ascertain if that be the' case, and if it is, res Prairie. Twa of the Indiana were kil PORT OF ST. AUGUSTINE. I ANTED TO HIRE a HAND, either .

.low 'i'' '..I..nd. out as scour ng parties pertfully request the General to adopt such led. Aaaivxo. White or Black by the month or the year.

bea .,, ""'Miioa at a motneftta' warning. .Our measures as in his judgment may think proper Gen. Johnson late Commander of the Apply at this office.
. .b jluilil..f Yee. (d"D'alel this startle a sin. to prevent its iutruJiictiiiu in this city. Taxiao Array has left the service oa fur Sloop Splendid helms, Wilmington. N.. St. Augustine March 8.1837.ALL .
raker citizens for the of bit and C., 4 dajs. Shingles and Lumber to Mas
1IIeet)olr e rn Jwiiild be held intffeCM lough recovery health PERSONS faavinf demands agaioe
' far i iI To allay any apprehensions tbnt may exist has. arrived at New Orleans. ter.Steamboat '.
Jatb..nice. any eme.a.ney; .estate of George I. t Clarke deceasedwill
tbs --- : in the minds of our fellow citizens and Santee, Brooks, Picolata 1 present them witnoutdeUy. Debts and

i-&, Osrldie .rair'Ve have but little to counteract tbe effects of any unfavorable The Army and Navy Chronicle says : day. demand of whatsoever suture stalest the estate
sad 'Gen. Jesop baa asked to bo relieved from Steamboat Camden-, Picolata. day. exhibited within two
esoHBfaite in relation to our Indian .r.1! of said dee dabl. nut yean, r
nay t. reports that may be in circulation, we deemit his present command in Florida, but baa Steamboat Cincinnati, Curry, Savannah, u required by law, will forever afterwards be
Udeia 1ItiI.. k. Koihiog 1 has been heard to he important to publish the following been informed that his services cannot be via Black 0 seek, 4 d.y.. iarr d.

tasGta. Jesup for several days. I I II dispensed with until the Indians shall have Seb. Medium, Magee, Charleston.2 days. lie.+..... -f..''? d". sid estate may in my V -V
.'aidd. fertMelbo has ueean abandoned on acwttrthetHihealthioess I I I correspondence been removed from the limits of the Territory. Lumber and Meichandixe\ ,to F. L. Dancy, I absence from Uie cit JOHN31.FONTANE.Executor.>.be bled witit;!.....D.-s- .

M iron's Orricc, ? ." and S. Hewlett and others. xssandLevy .
MMr of the Post. Col.fenry I St. Augnstine, 8tb June 1837. > SAILCO. I "

11'. who mmanJed there has arrived I COINAGE Or GOLD AT ant MIHT DUBI50 THE Sch. S. S. Mills Soutbwick, Charleston. L:4Rda. j jTilE
. I I Itrig. Gen. ARMISTEAK, U. S. A.. .1
er .itb his of about M02ITII' OF MAT.Remaining .
command 400 drap I Commanding &c. Passengers, UNUERSIU1\ED nlDi.datu cW.

herEa rrbo arerstu' at Fort Marion. uncoined on tbe In the Cincinnati Rev. D. Brown and for losses iu law and '13, thai da- *
aiftlite SIR :-I have the honor to enclose a p're.I 80th April. 8309.640I the. month he is at leisure to take '"
Ca eerily. (I'l.ilip's .eat\ was nt Fort Mel 'I II I amble and resolution of the City Council of I Deposites in the month of Lady, Dr. Wallace and Lady. lesnmunjr in their cases. tin business hours

I its ehes Col. Ihrne| left ", .\a about 20 i this City, passed on 3d June, inst. .May-coins of the U. $. In the Medium F. L. Dancy, Dr. Jarvis I are from 10 A* 51. toil P. M..d | put 4 to ,-

bfitai.( They expressed the mOlt rncifican 'I It still aQunl me great pleasure to be pla* I of old standard 755 U. S. A., lohn Drysdale. and T. Hewlett.fifmtofefrafor : 4 past 6 o'clock in the afternoon.KOBT. .
btirisve red in possession of such official iaformationvis Bullion of the U. S. 15.400 RAYMOND REID,
whitosdi'l l mutest
easif the not them, -
; jU enable me to say to tbe City Coun I Foreign coins 5,170 *' Kale.WILL Judge Sup. Court Diet E. F.
. proaiiieJ ant to burn the fort. They St. Augustine, May 6th. 5-3.
kea : cit thnt ,the Asiatic Cholera does exist us Foreign bullion.0dJ..olr",50,570 BE SOLD in front of the Curt _

aU nprtned a desire to !visit C..l. Jlarr.ry in' in said resolution U suggested that every 71,895 .. in the city of 8t Augustine, on ORDINANCE: further ti &m'DcShtordi. i

5t Asfut.*. t moMure has beau adopted that prudence Monday the 2Gth of June ia' 12 och ck. M. nance to provide for raising a revenue fo- i I

ry.a l&r-Rtport 1/tbe'Murder' of canopy..lort 1, could 1 .ugf't.bJ: tho military! authorities to 382,535Cold A LIKELY NEGRO WOMAN, thecity or at. Auu
Indian secure our citizens against i's ravages.I coinage io May, of About old belonging the estate of thereof passed 9th March 1833.
I" r Deprrtlativns.. :' have tho honor to b*, &e.. which $111,00 was io \ 2"1f'lrl deceased. Ue it ordained by the JUjror aDd Aldermen "

,hat Slice the ahoy. wa sit type an express E. 1!. GOULD' quarter eagles, 253.000 ALSO,-At the same time. will be sold all the ol' the city of tit. Augustine, That(or the year I ,,
ad. bas arrived brioinx l inrnr.nation from the Mayor\ City St. Augustine Personal Estate of the said William II. Allen. 1 8J7.there ball be levied and collected on and i

tot .."' .:..:.....neoiaed Mat 31. dec. consisting of frumevery persona, v ending goods, wares and i w
ttriurhfrfintideiaUeimporiftut, *. A 1v+tnt IJIF the following sums,to ;;.,
in the city,
tWa.HI'. ST. AUGCSTI.IK.:- Dab Jnne 1P37. iNr... ---. ... w ... ... merchandize. '
he Fart King states that: inrnnnatinn bad : SIR : I am directed by Genl. Armistead SPECIE.: -Fiva thousand half dollars sold.1.I Bedding and a quantity, .1//C'othtn8.AcsoAvariety : \.tin the invoice amount u, .___ s- ....a.. j \"

'S.sue. rme4 that pntt that thi Seminoles, after I to acknonlfdge the receipt of your commu 8 per cent premium. American goM is of L\W AND OTHER where the same does not exceed two thousand 11

.... VttMtig; pos rs>iou ftf '!ica"lJpyl"d tnur nication ofjMterday, ami to say iu reply selling at 8 a*; Mexican dollars 10 a 11 ; DOUK$, being a private library of the dec'd. five hundred dollars,fifty cents for every bun- ,
, from the AI..iIlni Sovereigns $5.35 5,43 ; Five franc pieces, CoRDiTinnaon the dav or aale. Dy order of dred dollar*:
.. sV.. bhn suit) cut.;him to pieces. I It, is that ho has required F.a report Melluh on the sub. : $1,03.-Com. Adv. Ct.arloaJuwniul.Adm r. I.bovethitamountandnot exceeding four "

.ee. affmtcd that the ranse for this art was bit Surgpon at *rt bin received, Jt. i). PONTA?E, 4fud ftur. thousand dollars, Seventeen dollars, with the -
j eel of the Choleravtiicb, is Ertracl from an Editor' diary Sunday, Augustine,June 9.1 !"J7.NOTICE.. addition of one dollar and sixty two and a halfcema. .
,eU (iea-flv!l. di.niei..n. towards tbe whites his will be com.nuiiicatrd M the authorities uf r
corn b.ead molasses and coffee.Monday !! lor every thousand dollars above that amount
tsstiaaed aversion\ t.. the war, and his good this rity. lu the mean timn strict measures com bread potatoes and salt. .

bat in attempting to fulfil the late treaty. I, rill be taken to prevent the introduction of Tuesday, corn bread coffee and mackerel. my .b.eae'rom this Territory. On every slave above the age of 15 and under
.*ira diseases into the town. coffee!! and mack DURING .E qwill act aa 50 years twenty five cents and it shall be the 1'
Wednesday bread agent
. AM act is taken as a decided CT{ corn my the such
Yours respectfully a..s.UorDeJ'V.. M 11 ARC ALOW.St. duty of owner of every slave slave to

-I .iraeottheir continued hostility and that< Your 01.', serv't. erel.Thursday mackerel and Augustine, June 18, 1837. make.0 a return_o.o( the' same to" t e r tax collector '
corn bread, po ouoroeiore umume in tne next
t Iky will not now go ofTnntil they are eo or the 8ubasribu
tatoes.Friday. ia,ht intention u auto preceediuf eectton of this; ordinance.Sec.2.'I'batitahallbethedat .
- I i(tidy subdued and their pride and arrogancebieMed. Lieut. & Aid de Camp.To corn bread potatoes end salt. IT of his infant children llezckiab, IlI ab. )' ofev.eiy mar* '

the lion. E. D. GOULD Saturday, corn bread,mackerel&oalons and Zepbaniah to make applicat on to the Judge chant, store keeper,or vender of goods wires,
Mayor St. Augustine. A true bill Attest TAt donl.Mis or the bnperior Court cube r.astern District of aud merchandize,to make return of his her or
tern tt is not precisely known how this iofor 2'utcAo"i Florida for authority to tell the interest of laid their stock in ir da to the tax collector, on MIA .

S. ...... .was received at Fort King it is ST. ACOUSTIWK, June 15tb 1837. minors .in a tract of land situated on the West on before the first day of Jane next end on neg
Dear Sir : 1 have the honor to enclose youa Fact in Galvanism Electro aid of the River St. Johns nearly opposite Mur lect or failure to do a i shall be subject to penal-
isttod the officers of tbe beret
t. by army of Assistant Surgeon Luba letter magnetism pb,'. leland which wu purchased by the ,aid.ubacriber.II' Vjr of$oO with cost of suit. ,
illfa Btt if tao negro tale be true, that be was de. copy the of tbe Asiatic Cholera at Fort -erigin of EtUctrt magnetism. "In ManhaTa dale on the 5th day of I Sec. 3. That every person or persona, shot i f .
on subject 1819 Frofesior Oersted of j
; Copenhagen November A, D. 1629. the ofthis ordioancebeforehe! abe or they i iI
..10.0 rime since and Soei Jones elect be
Mellon and request that the same may discovered that magnetism was involved bew JACOB DROWN
shall store for the sale. of goods,
wares oamerchants
la .dia bk stead it would doubtless be tbe laid before the civil authorities of this place.- | "*u the J'.oJ of a ealvai t'!l<* batten! :'J((1 al., on.i. too'. I I open wi.-' U" s' ..*.. ...!..mT.ime L
II UiJae r
ttjeet ef SanJcntt to Jet: I id of him to saveCaAsacT Very respectfully other wor DO ascenameu that iron or steel p. 1see. 1.r
1 Your d't serv't. cbar ed..witb a galvanic battery, is more Estate Francis Triay,dec.myOTICE is directed,under the like penalty.
.. ...W.. : OMATHLA was served II. GARNER magnetised than the same cubs IS HERBBY GIVEN, that four 4. It shall be the duty of the tax collector ;I.

I w .Ae same fate for bit friendly feeling to ; Lieut. & Aid de Camp.To :I powerfully lances are when touched with this magnetic 1x1 _"klaner publication hereof. will apply forthwith to make where a return to *the or mayor merchandise every I
shop orators
ita Prdt tu.Tbe I the Hou. E. 11. GOULD. iron ore called loadstone.) "Professor 8.ei-i to>>the Hon.Jodfe of the County sell much Court of the of are kept within the gopda.ware said city: and shall also so-
for leave to su
, garrison at'Fort King are repreienU Mayor St. Augustine.; get of Halle, in Germany by bit galvanic Johns si County of Francis Triay deceased as will besufficient port the naniea of those who have failed to cuke 1.
,.it FORT MELLON, LAKE Moitaoc. multiplier succeeded in rendering the powerful estate the debts of the aid deceased. a return of their stuck in trade, aforesaid aad /
JII ai te be very hcaltbr. Out of sis comp* -- manifest when the galvanic battery to pay JOSEPH MANUCY. Exr. it shall be the further duty of the said tax c0l- .

...,..,., there were but seven men on the June 13tb, 1837. was nothing more than two small wires, one clay 25tb,1837. lector immediately afl! ,,r the said first day of JaDe
.h of and me other of line immersed in to proceed to ascertain and make out the amountof
last advices.
the have
at order. I copper
report obedience to
Sir. In your tax e.due from each store] or shop keeper.
.r The troops at Micauopy. are also in pood tbe fcouor: to infitint you, that thin decease us much acidulated water as was contained Jt.O'.l' CB.WILL agreeably to the returns,where return.shall..,. +II

Mb.Indian. Hifn It ..'.de i a np|>raraiire; at this |punt some ill a nine CI.SeaSi11im.a..Joul'OalorScieDe. ( BE SOLD on the 3d Monday in been made, and where no returns shall have
If I 3 treks tine end nbicb (rum 'luJdecidod .) vest next, at the Court House in the been made he shall estimate the same aeeordiaa
fires have.been seen opposite. to j that characterised Eqtf .,..tI. In 1830 rofessorP Henry, Citroflt.Aufo.tme. SLY HUNDRED AND to has be..judJmaat, and assess a double tax

Itl' : Johns river. G ea. Jes% and uneqivoral induced symptoms to designate es Cholera of Albany, (now of Princeton College) succeeded NINETY ACRES OF LAND, belonging to upon such deticouent, and:gis o notice thereof !.
Bj: ltUojlfceSt ict 1 was electro which I f South Car the who have the'
constitution of ia making an magnet the Estateof Havar Bavcs. late I parts or parties may
I" B *.od wil1prsw.siriwi.bhisht was not of that epedemic sustaineda corrected before the ,tithe ....shall be '
.r "!. ejected be,7, ff dij botbe uri.en.latload. with a quart acidulated water alias,deed.-situated in St. Johns CountyabouteichteuIeaeosthofaaideUvand major
8* heft. cbaractei conceded to weight of 3500 tbs. Professor Hare, of on the westside considered liable to objection if an appeal shall r :
.. the
: : an-t "Cholera jUtotfea" but on contrary of the be made to him in ten thereafter. .
are lo on Philadelphia, in letter to Mr. Sturgeon of Matanzaa River being a part days
tt portion of the Creek regiJ newt: was one of a purely local origin dependant 5th. 1832 ( we Sturgeon'e tract of 790 acres,formerly owned by Don Pedro Sec. 5.That the punaluea prescribed by hats
. \V' I combination of cauesistiog London,dated April Elias ordinance shall .be and recovered .
the lion. prosecuted
on a peculiar MUaada; sold by order of Ih..CNttJlror
bssttiloned P lal.ror: the present Annals of Electricity &c.) says: "I ...
at .
. $ via sudden and rMM taiUfy jnd.l .tea. J..pip. JthereOL
.. .. et this place, : a B. Gould, Jade (;OllDty Cocrt. to
ordered to Mi- ; ***.tl9 bf nieces of copper .
eerstaed. that they will be Ar ihn '. nf th* Lake. lava f the debts of said Eatate.
t. ;...*!fsllrnic i w ? sbeHac varnish' and surround- G.That salts
; wire paper DOWNING. Adm'r. E Sac. the Gnt'and'secood.ection .
V"* : .: __uuta,_ __ ext.othereby live. surface of pn- CtIAItLE9 ..
. end K1. ,,
.. p ..&et bl. !its the iron which in proportion to its weightholds St. Augustine,May 29ih. 1837. ordinance amending the ordinance te wmca Ills .
,. The remainder tstllbestatheed at or neatTampa t cl and P at":iaIy! decomposed or more than Professor Henry's. It is an amendment,end every part of any ordi-
I. smatter :""CI of a high degree uaace conftetin wilJa thin tie sad ...... are
Bay, until. their term ef service e- to tbe : then ranging weighs eeveoteea pounds and baa held ..r- JfOTMCE.IX |
ljeoo- when they will bedkibarged. eretttro, the theruiab .,QU&eter enteen hundred and eighty three ponade. 11 | weeks after date 1 shall apply to tbaK hereby repealed and the said tax the
. e which will be shortly P collection the shall boctfverned
| .reabe1c. herein
Ft Court of St. Jobna
91 degrees is furnished with fourteen coils of aitty feet !! Judge sate County
. 85 to
ef the and from to by the provisions of the ordinance of
, tired war Administration the ,
They are t. bate. it ha ai1 pow.r 'Ich" County for token of on ea*
I am happy the wh march 1833.
sinceFabmerytaft. of free black late of said
lajvebeeaas. eae to be discharged offer tots earns proof, a coa6rmat.\J cht I Intensity of Caltalitus.--Frotn pamphlet tate of 8CIPIO a I E. B. Courts MaJOr,
local deceased.
1I. None have bus'discharged urea I .have taken or the pare), lator by Ibo ease professor we extract the fol.JOB ''county J. If. GOULD. Test, BxaiuitDo Sxaci CIk.

. the tick, who or the dtseue Its quntioa hI lo-In : fid Juae. 1837. a 1 ..
taee they Tofoateered,,f ic f* peter tlteratie. I. the St AssaertJae, NOTICE.THE .
.. that since tottb.dtf'oreat he .. memoir which 1 published some
lave hoe eeat Moyie elate 6 foa localities or this endeavored shot that the SUBSCRIBER i intend Imifif fay
. have beea condition of heavy fill or rain I. Jean ago 1 ehargee of ..,.,....trll' r'. N tlee.THE North about the first of June, and pub
Two ef a
. ccmc&aiee Drtfooae part, consequence ee paces occupied by equivalent UNDERSIGNED hereby givea notice i sir gives notice that all demands against aim,
...... to tells prat II',ieeleta. They will traces of this disease. basedtaSd disappeart beea ealvaek and taecbaakol electricity, wore bowl!) present to the Honorable the 'I.r.'the Schr. 8. 8.Mitts will be mated to him x r'.

.. the ...ahoM Ceatk*. up to thle date there has not Sot each ae to Justify the Idea that the for- County Court of the County of Su Johns at the before&be25&b off May,and all those who may
, to-der. the slightest indication of o return. mar reeeired a larger space than the tatter. lIeU term thereof, the.account and vouchers olbisAdmioistntionof be mad ebted to him or said vessel., will please
. We bare r vtated that ground baa With this expla nation of the subject Wd Satan this sub. ect it U net BOW necessary the Estate AMBROSE settle the sameTheS. :_
.. bearii wnvietioi of iu truth. 1 take this op- die us which I then add HULL deceased since tba last settlement or 8.Mills will continue running ...
.. < ea pleated. i ia Abefeua and Columbia cuuo* toll inform otbatl do Dot tbiokdaal to wear fotted te it conceded ia l eu alibi rtfeetitaco tie same,for the examination sad settlement of twsenthis part and tTarNatoaend, win be cora' .-

, ..4 ,. ettjev, tafieiesH to yield 100. the rtDah1 load to citizens or,St. Atilt,usUne have any meratks I of Faradl! that the space OIeI lectbl..tea1.taltidtl the said Court. BENJ.AJm'r A Eat.PUT A.AII.Hull. minded by a careful. LYMA and experienced 80uFR WIC ma..... rid:v vAt. '

. OWriifttoof eke; bat the "...$ will, can, or alar.aa i this mater 00 the entire coae 1 are almost Ida tsly March 92, 1837. <.. Augustine,April lw. 183T, $* f
, tart be tba rea?..e," aM..1 wbo plantedall .t trIIJ'.tbll.a,bt inured or or toy ..all. tlA "- "s/feattr! '***'* coaCGfIJ .' r
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AN URUINANCEnlatin.: to the patrols the said city dirtetsJ: as above protidsJ. agHaat An ORDINANCE providing for tie

I Superior Court; ol' the District City of Si. Augustine. every suchdelin pent, requiring him ta appear I meat or a Trtaamrtr for il* City ef A r In;:
xO1'lcE.BUSSCR1DER and fohe before the said Mayor at sue!. time a* be shall tin.
intends leasing for of East Florida. Whereas.ilia necessary "expedient if he bas or can I See-1.
designate, and inhere cause, any BsilsTtfabudsfdUJKafwciMaolit .
of the of St. Angusstine Ml.
c THE North about the first of June, Ind 11Ubo STITION TO FORECt'OSK A' ..UOIITGAUL' ) good" government, of the inhabitants thereof "the sheer why a fine should not be assessed against CilJ 0/81 Astt, That tUnaa.:

rely gives notice that all demandsgainst bim. the safety of morals "and the him and the return of the said commandant shall be appointed annaaHj b y the said MMat2

8eht. S. & Mills, will be presented to him T.o.... C. RociHitt and other ..particulltlynamed preservation offences the public against the public, peace prevention ," be sufficient frima JttU evidence of such delinquency Alderman a Treasurer for die said mtS*
beforJ aud all those w bo wy before entering the riiseharte ef faSofhiaoffi
upon to
**&& off May, in the petition.ttnui be established. : *
to him or said vessel, will please that a regular and efficient patrol See. 12. Be it further ordained That if the .., 4Mtt give a bond ill... pe-aj,2*
b. indited and Aldermen of said city. ..
therein by the Mayor com..nd acid patrol, of one thousand dollars widen. et
to sayers
stileibe. 11m. rooni be DIRK FttUCilMAH.mjOTlCE Wherefore ntisherrhy ordained by the said person appointed. all of the and sufficient or sureties, to I be :
il. 8. lUll will continue nl shall! it***...VI t fuse to perforvi or any ao :
The sad tbarlntoa and will b. comb IS HEKEUY: GIVEN that: con i, Mayor and Aldermen That every white waleinhabitant duties tequired of him by this act, be shall on conviction by the said Mayor and Aldermen oD p
t ateothis put 1N3 formally to the. act f the l egislativeCoon. of said city, over ail.-. a.u. out 11.1.i.IY1..r.lI before the said Mayor be fined in any for the faithful performance of those cItatieL 1
aud experienced muter. : .
I minded y a careful.YIAN dOU.t'UWICK.. ..ol..a... *r.... wij. -|>|>surest Stilt UecomUir I p M ;.M S, age shall be liable to do sum not less than five dollars: nor more than Sea 2. Btil/artist erdaaed.Thai.
the forenloam
\ '*,,' Ii4. entitled "ap act to regulate ivdrol duty, therein. of said been
member which heretofore
I pt... .!'.rt. _j.._A..iI,.UI-.M- 1 afttiVtT j*4 of Mortgages, by the courts of Common Law of Sec.2. 1).it further ordained Tit the mayor twenty dollars; and if any other notified manner hereafter have be collected (or coIlleteclo the ...
&Vifc.IN this and fur other purpu,,"petition said shall cause such while male patrol (who shall have been in I I may use sail ..
txtaiatrRtorv Territory pf City every
# aforesaid shall neglect or refuse to i perform all. fit of the said cityshall be paid over ta"-
VIKTl'B' of an order of the Judse or the'I of the lnintitIsiiitheabuvecauseha.beettdulyfilr inhabitant to bo enrolled for such duty,and that ot him this thereof. 4I* | fj
of the dutiea required 1.1 surer ,
I or Mosquito. JJ in the (.It rk's Office of the Superior Court .said malurbe authorized and required to cause or any part
Connty Court fur the County in this of tit. I'I'ur act or shall misbehave himself or disobey any Sec. 3. Bt it furl isr tr W4. That .
auction in the city ort ( this distiict to be held city not less than ten of the said white male inhabitants no ... ,
for sale at public uf the
I 1 wits offer the order of the said commandant or commandant shall bo drawn from the Treasury
tenements I tfsay
said ,
in which %
of June tivxt, petition to be detailed fur each and night .to
first Monday every
,on the conviction u aforesaid -
Augustine to thesaid of his squad, he shall oo ce pt ou appropriations made by the ,5 1k
I Sail of Land containing 600acrea mortgaged by the aaid defendant plaits.stirs perform patrol duty within the limits of said city. Mm,
that piece or parcel be hued in sum not less than two t Aldermen aforesaid : and that all
and Mtf.rth. Thu any orders
described C
I ( said font
the southern part ora are particularly Sec. :U. lie it further ordained that the ,
t teas, being and for the
itioie or dollars
"I than : of the said
is dated the Kith Ootober IWJ ; Au,1lIIade from dollars nor more tea payment money by Trtatvrtr ato
origiually mortgage shall
1500 acre. appoint some person
of land'conlaiuilll mayor and ibe costs of
tract of such fine the Aid
i the non any be signed by mayor, and
foreclosure after lapse se cnyeas. payment sou" .
; \ Ambrose Hull by the Spanish Governutent liable to among those thus detailed tu command the same be taken andcow.aeitted flasa
granted to the defendant tbecierk of the Board
Jiit! Tho prosecution, : may by
in the from the 2iith September! who shall be and rea*
for the time obeyed
f I I: situated near New Smyrna being to prison until said fane and coats shall Sec. 4. it
rasa lullowsTbal :-
known, asTurnbnil's ntnstgaxl'd and said ahall furnish saaH I*
' of in'what was I property peeled accordingly Mayor
Mosquito discharged by
Connty be paid unless he shall be sooner tbe duty of said Treasurer to rend. 1
an (
I and lot of froundlyingand him with list of the men who his patrol &ec .;
': crelaiu'house a compose
wcu.wirmp. ; : or execution
Aldermen which
order of the said Mayor of all shall i
,. ALSO, being in than city or St.Augtmmo, in Hospital at least twenty four hours before the time when issued and the amount of the judg quarterly hands Treasurer moneys as aforesaid. cosaiatak 4 <

!i AU did piece ol parcel I or Land containing Ward fronting on the street formerly known as the said patrol shall be required to meet t who went u.ll"lesied and made of tbe goods and chattels Sec.I 5. Bo farther trdttxed That
leas being the southern part street now called Charlotte street bounded shall cause his men to be duly notified at least tea 1& ,
J' I 220/ acres more or Royal of the defendant. Provided that where the pen i! Treasurer shall be allowed two andabalfii.
f portion of a tract of Laud also granted to Ambrose in front on the west by aaid street and in twelve hours before thesaid time. whipping is by this act preach t.d against I cent all moneys received by him Si
, !Hull, containing 1I&: ) acres situated at the rear, on the east by a 'lot belonging to the Sec. 4. Ue it further ordained that the person alty slave free, mulatto or other colored land upon half all ,and J

New Smyrna! Mosquito County, and bounded late Daniel! llulbert ; uu the north by a lot now thus appointed to command said patrol,shall have any the, sentence negiu be commuted on the him a as a full percent compensation upon lor sums bis diabanJi I

l on the North by land belonging to the E ine of or late befouling tojuau Jose lio-quetand on } power to keep the men under his command in person of a fine of not may less l than.two dollars nor 1....s.J P.c.uibcr 0, 1030. M"ieet.

Mary Dunham, dee. having for its southern the south by' properly lately belonging to the t good order and to cause them to demean them, payment than dollars tor'b.r wins .*.. I E. U. GOULD
s I boundary", the southern boundary line of tbe Mid heiraof Chrintobal Oravo.aud now the property taf selves properly during their term of service and costs more of pnwecMH"-twenty And provided .1.0. that Tea. BERNARDO AEGCI.Cktk. Maw s

I tract of f 120 acres and fronting on tbe Hilisbo- tl,e heirs of Samuel Cuok,containing in front I that it ahall bo his duty to do ao ;and that be may I I writ shall not be entitled: to any costs in L

I roach river. or rear, twenty Spanish varan',and on tuch side, divide them into. ait\y ..n..w.-".m.jr d.... I prosecutions mayor commenced under this act,but that R.7' 0X's -
t )I. A. PUTNAM and half Spanish: ur... and iu appoint some member of each
a eiI.diem
entitled to
all such be would be charges .
costs as Coatuttsant Orrica. Sr. f
Adm'r .:at. A. Hull. Also that lot orland and house thereon in thewhy squad to command o mime whn shall be obeyedand said and Biaauy
taxed in favor of the city, i'
shall be
up at. Atfnttiat, E. Afore* !b .
in Darrack Ward boun and iall have :
March 837.fffjwftmfrafor'. ; rtu. Augiiotui respected accordingly, power ***
1 thereof.Sec. .
ded on the north by tho lot belonging to the late and it shall be his dutyto preserve order amongst paid into the Treasury That Till following communication .has k .

: Col. J. (t. Forbes; on the South, by Llarr aek St. I, the men under hill command and .ball on being 13.: Oe it further ordained.virtue uf any this person act to me by.the General coraauaa A
liable to do patrol duty by cut of the St.Johns and ia
lot lately belonging to Anthony list of his the cowman published far
UNDtllSUiNtO: hereby givenotice on the cast by a furnished with a men by I, UM
hiimeli'ihcrcfroni furnishing
\ Honorable the aud on the west by George's Street, them the requisite noticeof may relieve, by formation of those concerned.
will to the Proctor I dent of the patrol give
JL that. ho present abb bodied substitute, but sued shall bo J.
of d County of St. Johns at theo measuring north and south iriuetetu. vans: and the time of meeting. person P. KENNEDY.:;

County Court thereof "account and voucher ( two feet and cast and we.t. ;weuty nine vets Sec. 0. Ue it further ordained, that the said liable for any neglect or refusal urbts and substitute for Lieut and A*.t. Com. ef 3a
or duties
term all his every
next Administration of the Estate of AMBROSEHULL the aid house and lot. being at the date of aaidl patrol shall, (unless otherwise directed by the to discharge or any '

.t' 1 I hia deceased since the last settlement of. I l nortgage, occupied by tbe family oflleorge A said May or and Aldermen) moet at S o'clock. P.M. duobedicuco! of orders or act of Iw disorderly himself I A,i ? AWr. GK.tiaiL Orrici '
such substitute
conduct as though '
for the examination and settle nu-nt oft dervou, Esq. 11'1.I at the City Council room which shall be their Jt !?.";*', Me fr* 1ST. J.
aubatitue shall
t the aame. and the said
thereof ]
BENJ. A PUTNAM Also,that certain tract or lot of ground in the head quarters aud where that portion of the patrol was guilty ,, SIR,-The Couimauding Ueusral hivi *
the laid Court.- Adtn'r Eat. A. lIull.t city of St. Alllu"tine.knowD by the name of,I who may not for the time beiug bo on active also be liablo therefor to the star penalties as his ceased instiuctioos rruii. 3Jjjor General din fie II

.: March 22.1637. 4w. Southern lot bounded oil the west, by Carlota : dutyshall remain during the night, and that said principal. > relation tu the delivery of ration*. fo ,
street; on the nortb by a lot, called central lot; on patrol shall remain on duty uuul broad daylight Scc.l4. Ce further ordained l'lsatthe said the public atures, to the unfortaaata I
lOllrlSOldllerliI the east by tbe waters pf the lutbor and on the on the next morning Maynr may with the advice and consent of the ers by Indiin depredation, directs .
for skews remit all or W. f
Superior saidAldennen.
gUIHI cnue
f south by a small alley urlaneute.uuiriuh in fronton Sec. G. De it further ordained, that thin com yoiiacimuinted therewith u tt ir
District of..FIli lorida. Carlota street seventy three fret and in mandant the patrol shall on meeting, divide any j'Uiluf said Gins uiid penalties, or or exciuo you will be governa-l bj them! in soar f, &,." .. I

.. 0'NcEKY.. depth four hundred and filty feet down to low i the same, as near aa may be_convenient tnt two any person from the performance patrolduty if sues at this pot. There .n..IIOO' il ....
-- -
---- wild the altogether
M. Pentane FrancesDeleepine. water mark. of which shall be placed on active or dispense|>> patrol dell loCld. are girenineasy f or sap(" f
\Vm Martin' ".., John e'luall'unie.{ one
also all that certain lot ground, I Hospital the mil-itaty authorities shall take such mea been represented.. 3l jor Ueotul
Sophia U'allace.G. E. \Vlllace.'Fraaee. And an duty until one o'clock A. M., and tho other srr.t t1.1 t
of S bounded the sores aa iu their opinion to render it uune great abuses bad beau |>iartH.dia
Ma ward t. Augustine ou the the
Emiline Deleapine shall remain at said council room, subject tu hat
.. lnai
.... snail
iti .c. always ratiuiH
the south I and that: "" at I'u.lIetle.u.n..
in fronton Charlotte street on when fsfary
Joarph west ,
tilda Deleipine. Henry Delespme, order of the commandant of said patrol I. liberal construction but the first and C
Deleapine Josephine Dele.pine. Mary Deles- by a lot and premise occupied. (at the date+ ..f tho they haU relieve tlw. party cli'8 duty receive fltclJudeetioll.a thereof lull nut to construed I Conformably to these iusii-wtioas ys >H I
y John Archibald Clark l Michael l ) mortgage) by William. Leviugaton ou the northby who oh being lelieved shall lepair of wiih hold rations, fr otij
pine, t (
have been
tu extent tu |>erxon who may inns lit. CtliztH
it from any Lapiergaaizg
y Lazarus Timothy Street. I a narrow lane.which separate proper.I.t said: room and remain there subject the like or. ttaM'ukmnt.
e T APPEARING ..I&n" AFFIDAVITteat the date of the mortgage, owned aud ccu* dcr until discharged in the morning and it shall tuned into the military service ri the United States 2.J. I.Ttgutllkr',1 g'Hitim' istoeligauwtr.: t

;,i ail the above named defendant except pied by the said Dirk .Flei.chmau ; and on the bu tho duty of the officer who shall be in com or of.this Territory, until he sail; have been din i I I :3J. I'wlert I'fipmtiioia tiyuori4th. g.ty ., t

hefty Deleipine. reside without the Southern vast byMatauza river. wand at said room to cause a light to be kept charge: from such service; LosNlof rises'oatROd1, .

judicial Diatrict of Florida and that they *U reside I I And alit all that lot of ground in said city of cou.tahtI1Iuruinl there and to charge of Sec- I 15.: Uu fiiither ordained Tint all nrdi I laborers fTtfttrlfg idlnttt to is o, tttft"

within the Eastern District except the three St. Augustine bounded fronting east, on St. and keep aafely! any negroes, iniitattoen or other nanc.aund j testis ofurdinancesheretofureinforce pa6licarrriceat the Aigbwages o"mL I tIn
United State, Street ten Spanish and in in this reining; tu patrols Iu patrol duty, '
hit named who reside within the George vans depth coloured lsersonsasidalldisorderly persutswho city case: wh re UI obedience to these ia&te H t
but out of the Territory, and that'the bill in the i I forty sic varas bounded on the north by the be arrested and brought there by any of said bound the sauce are hereby repealed I and tint ti. n. voiimaydeeniitprojtertuwitbhvMraiwa I I
cauae ia filed.-URDCRKD that the said defendants I': house and lot of Juan (jianoply, south by the I may patrol. x this ordinance iu force from and after itspa4.n.e. Incubi thu*e who lave ivr4 I
exct the .ht three named appear and house of Antonio llaya, east by fc't. icoige's :: Sec 7. Be it further.. '! ordained that said patrol P. WEEDON: ; Major ton inform the parties berctufof, r" detlu, .

answer said bill within two inontha after the I Street,and west by the bou u sandlot Antonio fhall have power, and they nre hereby authorized Passed Jum:2j.J.I:.J i 1'. \i respect tray iu tl* event t".10r
first of thu order.and! that the three funs, deceased. oltr. Icuullndill
publication to euterato any disorderly house vessel orboat i i.a|jetion tlierewith. b f appealed
defendants and l answer the Cud also all that lot ground in the said city City 01.11 ituw Ce8. .
last named appear wherethey shall have rrann to believe that any t-vneral or .his absence las I tiaandus
aid bill within four month after the first publi of St. Augustine, bounded an follow .-Un lieu or flares! ate hirl>"uri<<
cation of ibis order otherwise tba raid bill bo ta. south by an alley, on the north by a lot uf thu with whether the saute may be occupied by white : Muria Sanchez Creek. | am further directed to require that I

kin pro "',,,. heirs uf Mateo iendarrania on theua thy a lot persons or others and to appiehend all disorderly lid it ordiiiied by the Mayor and A'dcnnon! of nun'timrtotim teprnllotbeeanimsndlndlu ysiitrill;

And it ta further ordered that this order be of the heirs or Andreas llemvno. and on the persona who may be found therein and take them the City ur Augustine, Thntper-ousuwi.m' ;; ertl the uauie of such penons, aa

i t published once a week iu the Florida Herald west by a lot of the estate of Michael Crosby to said loom and detain them there until they lob t.ord.'rillullull or through which the said I i Jer ihV order exclude 'tram rccaitia yea rating may,.

( published in St. Aueu.t lle.for four consecutive measuring in front east and west, fifty seven a ml can bo taken before the said mayor :and that thj crcw-k calle-l 1 *china: Sanchez creek \\....11I liic I I I ".. | '

f monthl.I half: feet, and in depth south Iud uuth sixty feel: commandant; of said patrol or of the person arresting t limit of said city, may: run, sb slt open the san.oi ;: Very n s p ec t fully, t
Dated. December 7th. 163G. more 01 less. ; their ecHvu &lots, so that
I such slave or staves, or disorderly personor opposite tu or uoon rau| VoiiroUt't. tr't ,
JAUSVEnn.: Jncfce. And also a certain tract ol. land I drut.sld and il ant
con persons shall report to the said Muortie! he sauna nny be properly (Signed) D- ?*. niiUU'oin.
A Copy I.i timing four hundred and four acres situ next morning under oath the cause of their cap t roily peran hal! alter due notice Irllll tin. : Pal A
4 A. A. M.fieetsox, Clerk.IN ated in the County ol. St.: John, Territory lure and detention: and it shall be tho duty of said Mayor and Count it. ncgkct tu do no, il ,h ill be To Lieut. J. F. Kxsiupr. A. C. S. )1J

"'- atowaid' on the E:+ai aide of St. tieor,.', Lake Mayor to examine thu charges exhibited againstall thu duty ffthtf said .\Ia, or and tiuiincu to ruse Fort SI anon.AN .

ay handbill advertising the loss of a >$50: ( now in the ccunty of Mosquito ; the first line such slaves ,, apdnn ili. .-ut,R to l b,> nor II : M the uro|>.:r OUDINA.NCK lo amend an
bill, I mentioned the names of Jose Parr tunuinf .......< ... flf gisorderl'V'11)10 r-.hJw..O'r cqiifMut cost ..uu ,"cuarge ol ow U\\IIrr or .ovtuer ul ruN. i-nit.'c.i: Or'iD
'lh"J (''Ul"'Anur.Ith6'jairu rJiutuc0
fiy'nI1 to
.w4 ....__. n tIns f 1r not exceeding dollars each nor less than two i!! lot or juts, the:raid costs and charges to be rerovi ,! .and. regutat. Ihel)
that the allusion waa made tu them. have east thirteen! to a piue ; third line iioitli sitty granting suing i licence for
dollars each or by imprisonment not lu-a the u i erect of nuts owner or ovuirrs b nu action uf
and in to them 1 Wureast, to fourth line south .I y ol .., il"a.*. cud other
since found the bill justice fifty a pine; fifty I 1IIrlll.
\ twelve nor more than thirty six hours or to commit a-NUiuil Lefore thu ..aidaurul) aiiclijua- i iI iutoliel
| any
deem it car duty to mention it thus publicly. treat, sixty to an ash; sixth line formed and bounded liquors] within the City of An
LEVINUSTON. said lake or recognize them to appear( before the SupetlotCourt tice of tbe peace ie.iding in said city, together for other : -
WM. by I i
at the next term thereof, to answer said with tifiy per cent*thereon. luII"le.
The aforesaid afore. i Jjined the 3Iayor
tenements by and
Jane 1, 1837. I mortgaged charge land slaves, lIl'groe..d mulattoeo, Sec. :J. lie it further. oj.laiiied;That if the own the L AUfrmta t
said,are subject to a previous assignment made "I 'ity that it not be 1
aforelic .bal
other coloured tu cause tu be of such lot lots shall I.e |
1 or persons ei or owners any or nou deal .f.11
Cit'cazcs forTHE 1137s by the said Uiik .Fleishman dated 12th October I any any Ii
not nine reidvnts has in said .piriuosl..a.
exceeding thirty
punislied by
whipping IM city erifluviiigsuch :
NUERShGNEUhereby: notifies all ,, l ldJ., to hill truces Davis Floyd, F.dvtard: |U.{ ; tug agent i other intoxicating liquors by I
Ins her bare and house
stripe* or back the n.iid shall refuse tu
upon any ngent agent comply
iil'Son. \\ illinu. II. diuulloua and tieo Jil.L. larger be
any to drank
that,he has cotmnencrd recess quantity inhisorktr
where spiritous, vinous, or other intoxicating Ii with the contjiiiud iu the that clause
., all of whom then resided in the of St. An I Igurtioe F I (provision 'house or shop
city or
wing Taxea. for; shy current (1637) upon or Lia krpremiss
the City year ', q,inv., m.y be retailed or any other trading ul I of the forngiiiag section theu it shall! Le lawful abut sr
and will continue to receive them until the first intent for the benefit of the creditors of traffic may bo carried on, in which any slave.ha! for the aid Mayor and council llo came the said .or to permit any such ,r paaI '

.f July nut, at.r which "period the City Ordinance the said kirk Fleishman. ford"lit" duo tin lli. lo found during the night season without writ- creek to bo opened and properly driiiu-d through ous ulal. or other intoxicating liquor tu bttbi

will be enforced against all defaulters. He date nfuidatl.unaeul.lll1d. alter the payment: l,-u authority from hi. or her master mistress, such lot or lots and tu Mill no much thereof at ., a peiuitr (If a white or fin a
further notifies to who have neglect of the tamo the surplus amount of the aid pro ed person) of twenty dollira for
persona overseer or t-mnloyer! or in fehichany slave or t public auction tu the highest bidder oil after giving every
of their tock in trade perry assigned aa aforesaid, un. to gll to the tu be recovered before the Mayor of taid.
"litu"lI. frre or iiuilatoen, or other colored .
negroes; i thirty day notice ol such sale in some pub '
accordance with the Ci I', mortgage a aforesaid if any amount should be 1.rJiu.,.., hall. at any time be found! (loitering or in !iic ne\vpaj! pnuied in said city as will be auf- any Justice of the Iele. residing therein ; sts
Will extend the any peace place : ficient to the costs and of .
The tenements included in the i i| pay charges opening .
day the booka will be following are I to the u e of who
I or wLn"yer any white person or person or per aud ilriiining logeilnr with l i)yporcentthereouenil any person may
said and t\hicli are not subject to the
be imposed. cover the Aid and if
.u.nllbal.1 be fuuud associating inking or I nil penalty. a ?
$ the
gam encle : Iuvi.led a"
return said asuignuien -to wit: S for
City Taxes,of rent a nine stripes, to bj inflicted
t i Wing with niulattoes or other colored: upon or
negroes Ifs
or owner ul"any t ur lots so ; ur rtI fr.
requested to come for All that of I any JM ; back upon| conviction before the said
certainhonseandlot{ ground in said I t or where betting of gambling for I thereof
persons any or portion may redeem the same bypsy- I
fu th ,.. such
r anv Justice
prevent elpfn City of St. An u'line.bounded North and East of the Peace
shall take
other thing,
or place to the
lug at
I. money any purchaser or purchasers any lime
his in the
office Court
by Iota belonging<< to Uri.ada jomez south f 1."Med in Council.. 20th March.
; by a I I either in the. day time or night season within twelve months after such sale the full 153.
from to& clock dai-
o lot belonging to the heirs of Antonio Mier I E. D.
{ and.qJ.ll..l.w
t ; ahall be doomed and taken to be a disorderly with thIe.
I w -..,...<. .A..1 Al.... .IIaN1 amount of the purchase money together I Test D. SEGUI Clerk.
Ott,. h. PHILLIPS.Assasscr I|I tilialutroctoftandsituated in the county-o Mos ; IIOIIM within din intent of lliiBMCt and the license one hundred per cent thereon and all. costs sad I I ,
and Tax Collector.St. i lor see jj to iiJ same may tur earn.; aU .. ... .. .. .
I i quitu. iu the Territory of Florida in wlut i iacal. nW'|uciit p u whi h the ul purchaser
Angastme 2nd June. ltJ37. 1 I led Me Doug-til's Black Swamp, and bounded as t I"uked.nd rendered entirely null and void or purchasers may have incurred by opening : Superior Our t-East Florida

i !|I follow;beginning at the pine marked W V M i and any tyhiteperson thus found apr dating drinking and draining such lot or lots together with the /.V ,CERr.

Tax ssessQr's &Cttcctor'sJVOTiCMt. first Him runs south five betting or quarrelling with any negro tnulat addition of one hundred such Peter .
thirty degrees east: tour other colored person who shall be deemed percent upon ex 3 lite he I. )
!|I measuring<< one hundred and fifty four chain I n disorderly within the intent and penses.Paioed. vs. > PARTU"

PERSONS liable to pay Taxea for the year twelve lillka.tu another pine with the samemark ing of this act person and shall be treated mean in Council 20th March. 1837. th"baialJ Urusb & others. S I

,, with a City Ordinance or letters; second line runs north sixty t Sec. S. Ue it further ordained. That shall E. U. GOULD Mayor. ON 31 Uon of the Coapuuwat Sohicitor ail

darned on the 9th Match 1B33, and with an or. four degrees cut, measuring one hundred and he the duty of the mayor on complaint mado ,Teat U. SEfiUI Clerk. it leaving beD t appear.
dinance in amendment thereof t te fifty four chains and twelve links, affidavit '
published in the : bounding on before him or whene'er he have ,that Louisa sat
Herald on the 3d inst .ro required to make re i a tho lands. (formerlyof) Don Robert Mellardy, lice that any or may have reason violated to! be PUULIC NOTICE i in 1.1 re by given that and Tesasa Fat io( (Aredoud j lJ. Mclotosa.

Inflate me according to Law,on or before the to D tree notched pine; thence the third line the person IC the persona latter clause : > MA.O*, widow or Thompson I ry R. Sadler. Catherine John
anyof t of the Sadler .
first 01 June next at my office in the Court House runs north thirty five deren'e ,OII8 hundred: next section cubic Mason, late of St. Augustine dec. and Joscrii iMosb. Eliza: U. II.U!
:-' between the bouts of U'and 12: in the Inornin,. I and fifty four chain., twelve liuknTba nine with cena preceding forthwith iu the of act to iuuehis pro I... SMITH, will both or eitber of them at the I I Intoab Clinch Clnch D .

., The law will be enforced again all defaultera. four notches; thence with the( lands of Dm Ootaviua :' Augustine diectedtoanycotastableinsaid name the city of St. end of six weeks from this date apply to the L. Clinch Jr. henry ay L Cbn., Catkin
\ UF.U. L. PHILLIPS, Mitchtl;the fourth I norms soiiLS. sixty such city I Hon. Judge of the County Court for the County Clinch! Nicholas U. Clinch, George M.
A.sesast&1'aa Collector. five degrees west one hundred and !fly four fore requiring tbe!>; i person and or persons to appear be of St. Johns, for letteisof administration ora th eight last !'ofants, Lawton c

.g St. AUln.tine.l0th ala,, 1837. chains and twelve links to the begini'ing, containing said mayor mayor aha! designate aldermen tu .hew such time as the Estate: of the s.i Thomson Mason. Clarke portion Joseph of the defendants UaJI .
4 by sutvey, two thousand three hundred why JOS. L. SMITH for himself. a
suit reside
his her their out of this .
( icenee should
I or not be revoked
J and
t/I and seventy five acres of'laud be the Aud as Attornerff '
S R Notice.TO 1 or I leaa. lame more pronounced null and void and the said mayor Nov. 3rd. 1830 ANN MASON. of them in the Unit Statrs ands -
1 shall also I U est Indies 1 ie
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. issue aubpeonaa which be .
And Also All that certain tract of land may ne
especially the Creditors Heir Leti con tessaryon behalf of said city wished i absent defendants do and s4tX.u4
or behalf appear
*.. *w.l .u .*.!..... i inUro.**'* in'ihi* K..t.... of I tanning.'.. one thousand and seventy five acres, ol the defendant or defendants. on ZEI'IIANIAII KINGS LEY. one or the Complalnant bill of Complaint, on etbaf
in the county of .St. Johns, in bo Executors
l Territory or the Estate of
or CAROLINE ELIzA dllchIAltU ecdIThe I !
I Sec S.
lie it further September -
aforesaid' ,at the place ordained. That it shall John Fraser next
subscriber administrator of said estate, in. eaUedJlckVriglat'r, near be the of.. .,.. deed h "inladjulted the accounts said tdtA
i the river St John, and bounded duly 4 f l ends .*.!, member" bilwifbe takeup ca/w against
north iththeheirsandasai
tends to apply to the Judge of the County Court Creek;south'by! by Trout I thereof to arrest all slaves free negroes mulat' h not that of laid estate hereby And that this order bt
l'icoietsCreokcaetby gives ce.
) oNere
for the County of St. Johns at the session ofaaid,) Dr. T. Trovers or formerly his lands and lands of : toesaad other colored persons who may be Uon of aix months tmrueolateI1an.from the date hereof,u he...till. 1.' .... w alai aid 2dtii .J r 1

Court to be bolden at the city of,alt.! Augustine by Hid river. ; nest found in the streets after,tho hour of Nine o'clock I: apply to the Hon. (he Judge of the, will September next in the Flori .

in eaid Cooaty on the aecond Monday of October I'. M without a pass from some white person Court of St. Johns County at St. Augustine Skim J 11.
All which for
aforesaid County a full and final
nextfora dwcharcefromhia administratorship pra.oerll.nd premises duly authorized to give it and take ItUBT.RAYMOND
from to tarns to settlement of his accounts with said RED. .
of said estate I and will than and there present beginning of this notne. were mortgaged I their respective homes owners employers or or his discharge as such Executor. Estate, and Judge Sop. Court, DI'J x.
hia{ accounts with said estate, and .vouchers and aa aforesaid to secure the rue payment ofcertain to detain tnni until the next morning and report Z. Copy Attest,
make a final settlement of the arne. debts due from the said Dk Floischman them to tbe aid mayor. KINGSLEY K. II. GIRDS
to the aforesaid 8t.Augustine.23th June 1830. Cf.r.
WILLIAM 11.\ WILLIA 'S. petitioners, amounting in the Sec. 10. Ue it further ordained that it shall be .

Ado'r or.c. E, Mellardy dee. tu whole the 2Gtb together or with lawful interest fiereon. lip the duty cube commandant of said patrol to 'BANK NOTICE -

\ March 1. 1837. 45tim.JYOTICE. ; day September 1KJ0, $13,370, obey all such directions of said as lIE RALB
mayor may
24lMHhs( FLORIDA ,
time be Subscribers to the Captal stock of the
at any given him for the conduct of said THE
The said Dirk Fleischman
now resiles oo Jacksonville to be located at Jack .UBLI18E
not inconsistent
patrol with this
> OF aUUSCKIPTION to the yond the limits of the jurisdiction of this Court law in tbe Territory of Florida. or any other are here by notified that the first instalment of EVERY WEDNESDAY,

BOOK.S stock oruo. east and aonth Flor that is to.say without the Territory of Florida Sec. II.. Ue it further ordained. That it shall Twenty five percent, must be paid in on or be- BT
and a ana baa this day been brought {in the Superior ore the twentieth day of April next,and JABiS. M.
ida Canal company will be open on Monday she Court for this District be the duty of the commandant of the patrol to cond instalment the se GOTOD,
first day of ofUto. L. I'biHipa f:'qr, at the Uorernraen Augustine and on the second Ron in nine hours after he shall have dismissed his paid in, in specie on or before the twentieth day FIVE DOLLARS ANNUM.
day of March next at the regular tern o' the of May,to be paid to Isaiah D. Hart PE
,at Jackson ..
Hotse. They tinned for patrol stating therein the of .
open twelve said name every member HALF T1 ADYAHCt.ADTCBTISCMSJITS
months. of tbs Court said application will be made on the part who shall have failed neglected or refused topetform vdle; or to Wm. Rider at his office. No.2, Hanover \ABLI \II .
petitioners judgment of l fortclo: Street New York.
JOSEPHS. SANCHEZ sure of the said mortgage and such his duty u required by this act,or' who WM.J. MILLS see inserted sails Mar
legal protee*
\ IAI.FONTANE.. shall have been of
JOHN M. HANSON. dinga as may be requfred to sail the said proper conduct guilty white any disobedience or h1.K. PIN CK8TON, per squaw, forth* first
under his
ty mortgaged for the benefit of the command WM. Cents for JatalJ
WILLIAM LEVINQSTON. mortgages. stating particularly what duty was neglected Of RIDER. ty each ..

CMAKLCO ,DOWNING. JOHN RODMAN refused to bu performed and the misconduct STEPHEN EDDY. get ad"er.elent iq proportion raid None
C. ...... .... Atty. fur the I' .. or ISAIAH D.
......;. Slih, disobedience of which any member may have HART. CODliderd lets than ate***
.. and it shall Commissioneri nkdcr Act of Incorporation. A discount
beenguihy; be the duty ef said Kay* tI those tees
Jlc '
.oa.lIe. March 3Ist, 183?. by tbe'tear ma. .r

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