Florida herald

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Florida herald
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine Fla
E.B. Gould
Creation Date:
August 10, 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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IP'.r e.DTMO.1TIsr .. dative Coaacil or Ibo Territory of Florida, sideretioa ; he did not dream of having nay- sited with bit watcb.under the pillow wbereoa -culation cf the Wavcrly net.*, sad .r... ,.
That the creek situated in Washington thing done for him without paying fur it, bo bad rested his bead. Was it a simple! enormous prices which the pafcSabtcoaMqataUveaableto ,.wee'
county, and known by the namo ofllclascs' eyeD by Mary, and bad departed from his felony I it so, bow" could it have been ac- piyi..eawbsf for
I creek, is hereby declared and is hereafter to usual rule out of friendship for, her while comphsbed Tbo key was in the lock in. copyright. Bat (..are advised ssIs....- .
be recognised in law as a navigable stream. troth to say the recollection that she and side the door ; there was uo chimney, and JBiflMptA aiVmSJSPI w AtfAflfe WVWMWW f A C l M 9**A twv A.wsns. ft-.Y .
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That it what she had, would soon bo his. bad its the window was unapproachable,save by along the bfegrt] by w ...; :
Cy shall not bo lawful to erect any bridge or weight with him. lie did not expect her to ladder from the street. Could the emi appeared, Lockbart gives tile "hwlb. ,
other impediments across laid cteok or give him the labor and expected that the i iaries of the enemy have plotted for the statement regarding the isle cf .s ed a. l.
to make any obstructions therein b1 which price bo raid her would like bread thrown possession of Ibo despatches 7 the same dif poems.Martnoiovraa. J '1

the free navigation thereof majr bo obstructed upon the waters, return before many days. 6culdes-doubtless attended their evolutions. first printed isra tplg.Jkl :.t1
and such bridge or.obstructions are hereby After spending& as much time in conversation The In6'was in a quandary and ass ayed to quarto. prince one guinea and abaft Tt.' i II
declared common nuisances, and may be as fear of deranging: his rest and consuming ring the boll, but alas, the, dormitor y pole 2000 copies of this editor were II
THE LEGISLATIVE"COUNCIL proceeded against and removed as such, and oil would permitho rose to go borne scssed no such appendage and ho was fain SxS.lesit-blul a month. wbt o ...*** eltsuxj ;t .,
LA\\.s OF THE TERRITORY if any person or persons'raise, erect or build "Here Jfptha, is your vest," said Mary. to shiver at the stair head and bawl til conies, in 8ve, was eat to> Brest. !! ;
such bridge impediment, bo or they shall Well, that's sewed on slick-what do you somebody thought fit to tell somebody else Then followed a third aDd fcanfc ejf&u;
.r.FLORIDA. be l liable for double the damages sustainedby charge." inquired be. tbat somebody was calling. During this each'Df 400j. In 1800 a fifth of 9688 wh
any person or persons by reason thereof! 'Nothing.." pause the agitation of the lieutenant amHOi ia 1810; and a sixth of 389to tW9Vokata! .
Aa Act to repeal an act'entitled an Act respecting .&'shall also be liable Indictment for a Nothing !" that word was a poser to i ted to agony. At last a billisns-Iookiug nig crow k 8vo" twelve. designs.18ia&t tetea.
the'\\bvltilo N erOOand, Mulattoes\ mi his fingering I ger poked bis woolly) noddle into the doorway before the end of
i < demcaiiortand on conviction thereof shall Jeptha, who bad his hand h. pocket dun year; a *W Iida of
HI the Scminolo! nation. be punished by a fine pot exceeding five the three coppers which be, bad taken i and asked the lieutenant who, like Richard 4000 end an eighth of 5000 cspifa 8vsia.
He it enacted by the Governor and Legis- hundred dollars; Provided however this act to pay for tho button. Ob, thought he, she i was "hoarse with bawling," if he HUh; ft Diatb.r MOOtaliMtt met '

(Hire Council Tbat the act entitled nn ActFtteectitig hall not prevent the erection ninny bridgeor wants to see Knit lll givo bei- I'll pay her I called. "Send tip ynurmaster." Another I WOin 1890; an eleventh of 590, sod a. "i
the hostile negroes and mu1at yes other works which shall not obstruct the liberal. And ho put the w&ofe lAne cents 'long pauie. When Urn landlord appeared I 5Sll5! lL200.eoPiw'la fok .,. bid {a. 1
i ia the SeuTtnolo nation, be, and the sauio is free navigation .r laid crock for boats laden into her hand! "There's three cents, Mary \ the luff brought him up all stand 11825. Tbo &legitimate... ill.. resin irf

detbred hereby rc; enlod. with cotton or other produce or rafts of; ;said be in a tone half repentant at his I ing. "1 have been robbed, sir in your !try, therefore, down to the tana-ef its bate ,
Approved 14tb January 1637.An timber or lumber of every description what own generosity and with an inward wish house ; robbed not only of all myjclothes! included in the first coUectivo acB&s* clfeS .

soever. I thst ho had carried his rest to Como one and my boots; my cloak and my watch; poetical works aaseaated to 31,800 t&dtba6trfgto M 1
Act to change tho County Seat and placeof Sec. 3. Bo it further enacted, That this : but of despatches. air, of tremendous importance .' of thai sale doms to peried* .fA

I< holding the.County Courts of the coun- act shall be in full forcefrom and after its pas else."No," said Mary "! shan't take pay from from the seat of war. Your life, at which I am writing (May 1836.,.) any be :

ryofr'rsnklio.Vnersat. sage.; you, Jeptha. If yon want to wake mo a sir must answer for their production aDd stated at 50,000 eo p.... 1 press** ills t .
the Council of
u \ Legislative the Approved 3d Feb. 1737. present" you aro ray prisoner till they aro restored nht for QO to facilitate i&e task ofi fefsr* ..
s Territory"f .Florida at th.l..t.siouthere. and in full." Tbo landlord stared historians of
"0 yes, interrupted he, lugged at openmouthed oar literature by premies
.f via: eighteen hundred and thirty six., An Act to establish a Superior Court in the bit coat pocket-"there's an elegant great at this astounding declaration.and these details a often as I can. Such" pa**
ipea a petito"or the inhabitants of Su county of Dado in the southern district of apple, Mary, and I Ml bring another when 1 vehemently asseverated bis innocence of tieolars respecting many of tfee great work
i .pia to be the public site of said County : Florida.Bo come again. They'll fetch two cents apiecein participation.; The lua'crow enraged ; he oven of the last century, are already eeagi.1'
AM whereas, the said act bas teen l annull it enacted by tho Governor and Legit. Boston." collared the landlord, and demanded his for which vain regret; aad I aatk&ated am .

.to tee Congress the United States, con lativo Council of the Territory of Florida Mary who saw: more of Jeptba in this 'breeches. They are down stairs" said a pay when the student offingS*!) eiT&la-
irtry to asses and the local rights of the Tbat the Judge of the Superior Court in the affair than she had before seen and beganto female voice from behind the door. "And lieD will pass without cariosity the eea
people of Florida : And whereas, a ,large southern district shall hold a term of theSupe- tiro of him-"thank you for your apple my watch-tho papers." "All down stairs." temporary! reception of the Tale of Foddt!
otjerity of the citizens of Franklin County "Who dared to take them there 1" said the Field." .
rior Court_ at Indian Key in the county of and if yon want to make a littlo present
.t a recent election, hare: expressed by vote Dade/ n the first Monday of December in "An't that a present!" interrupted Jep officer. "You did sir," said the chambermaid -- -.- -
ifceir preference" as to the location of their each and every year, until further provisionbe tba. "It's worth two cents to-night!1"e ; "they are exactly as yon left them. POaEIGlI-

f CewtySUe made for holding two terms, and ho shall "Yes, but 1 can get apples enough 'said The watch and papers are under your pillow .
}\* it therefore ena"ted by tho Governor dol. ; boots and clothes by the bed side
hun1Jred your
iltrk or twelve
uppoint a said: court who shall keep AIII'f' (who 1" that I rcaTBE riaTtcmias o't
and LrgUlativo Council i>l the Territory u hard) bo and your cloak and cap are hanging againstthe
his office: at Indian Key aforesaid until the Ian an Jeptha'i hands would ) a i HKW.I.
nriJa, That the city nf 8t. Joseph shall be county site be established! after which bo benefit to himself, and much less to hi. wife wall in the room tbat lighted yon into Her Prtitnl Mapli. This youthful stall d
Site in and "
for the last
the County County of shall. keep bit office there.Apprevcd while be lived, and he was too robust to die I night. illustrious personage ia descended, on bermother'l
franklin.Sec. .. ad Feb. 1837. in a hurry) I can get apples enough but if Then where in the name of Satan, am side from Jobs Frederick, sr.
.: Do it further enacted That the I"
fur or a frizette or a new < elector of
--- you get mo a capo named ha Magnanimous Saxony
Courts fur said shall be held --- --- "In tho head sir
Couaty County room over just
one story *
such times .?dl ei VB l .iAi ll.S. gown, or.uGood, Having taken arms against the Emptier .
ia Su Ju.el.b.t hare becu ,
as or ... Mary t must bo going, I higher fallen disaaferesebattlo.atWeilburfr.
-- -- -- ----; ;:==- night Charles V., and after the ;
. bercalter bo appointed. And so it was for the lieutenant i in
way ; run-
THE UUTTOX.DT want to early tomorrow morning Into the bands cf ibat ttf
Bee. 3. Be it further enacted That the night ing for his c;rug forgot in bis burry Ibo exact \
and can't afford to lose sleep-good detained tiHltii
Judo and (:Jerk of said Cuuutf Court shall u. u. WELD. my locality of hat room and mounted an extra reign, b..n ia prison*

keep their nffire in said city. c' M "I taro not a button!" No! but a button Mary"A !fur when she's good flight of stairs ; popping into an unoccupied death which took place of ia the yerI554,
got distressing captivity
capo "Tap- le'tn"In
Approved 2.JtI.JI"uary.I887. / hoof room and slipping instantaneously between
t may more importance many times than der ; a frizotte, when her own hair is good the This Prince left two eons Jobs FredericK.
sheets the
rAn leaving whole of his
ttoaro aware of.We have known instance para
Act amend Act enough ; a stow gown when she's gut two in the beneath. founder of the old line of gate Goths ud
to an to incorporate the pbernalia room
where an unlucky Test button tho
of J .onville. was "un gowns; now. : vow, ta darn I don't like Pk;: Gentleman John William in whom commenced tie.liaoo
ac :
town dpMa Magazine.
of He '
doing" a man. was a in '
visonary money tbat exactly, muttered hirascli Weimar which the
IU U enacted tho Governor and Jeptha ta : of present representative
matter. a schemer in things: appertain be travelled .
Uurc Council of tho1'< rriiory e <.f, r(<.tiJ, ing to economy, a shaver of flints, and col. as Two. great home apples three ('entl'! pub From LocktarfiLlfeoJ Sir Walter Scott. [Saxe is CbariesAngustastherelgeinDakSo Weimar The oarriagt of the .
from and after the
That partake of Ibis act, lector of rusty nails, rags, paper and all the !" blundered she scrawledinto SCOTT'S DISTRIBUTION' or TIMX.-In
pooh Mary as Dolce first
I1!, boundary hue of the ; of the and Duchess of Kent was petsformed
incurparation Mr. Skene
which 1805 .
et cetera arc convertible into cash. bed, "1 won't be married him 1 soon discovered an important '
to no aad
aciuoni at CobllfllaJlv. spin
lawn of J ijlc thall: bo extended 'b
agree In bit cnrlior,fju ho was remarkable for wont a change hit friends distribution of bit
aLly to the foUoitiug! : lines bcgiuuitig tit themouth the iud...fa' :abiiy! with which be treasuredup ;,'*great mind stingy was made pUp.hIar Jeptha was time. Previously, it bad been his custom, atKew in July of the same yam*; A lav

of McCoy creek wu tit Johns river, such small notices and bit parents predicted decided to break off till Wedntsday cp. On whenever professional business or social engagements weeks after the second ctresaeay try n- -
rtHwiuj: thenco unsaid. creek where John W. for him wealth and influeuce. Thundav bo ascertained thai a frizetta occupied the middle pan of bit tired to Amorbacs, the resident of tba...

I Kicbard'efenee, joine...saul creek, thence a A copper bu'erlipPctl through his fingers might bo bought for a dollar l --on Frlii-ii be duty seize some hours for study.after bo was Duke of Uniogen. the first husband of tbe
I north course the first branch north of the except on holidays and then ho would! wished ho could get; time to see Mar supposed to have retired to bed. lib physician Duchess, who left her the occupation ef the
Kings road leading; to St. Mtry's, thence not break a four pence halfpenny t. Article -on Saturday he determined spare to back suggested that this was very likely to palace of the guardiiosbip of their only. sea.Tbo .
donllaiel branch to llogan creek thence ofncccisity hr Mas careful to purchase alin-oo Sunday night be looked go through aggravate his oeivous headaches, the only duchess acceded to ibo frisa ef 1M
down said creek to the mouth where it empties bjr barter trade and when this was impossible the shutters at the house of Mary's\ father malady be was subject to in the prime of duke to return to this conn try.aad youos
into St. Johus'river, thence across said he parted with the needful reluctantly and saw an old rival of his sitting beside the his manhood ; a> d contemplating: with stea princess was born at Kensington May 24, ..
river to the sooth side uf*eid river to lleu as a sinner lets go his hold on :life. tailoress, *')-Ueo in and ask her for that dy eye a course not only of uoromitting.batorinilu.t 1319 but se en months before her. fathef'a'
rick'! point, ,hear across St. Johns river Six cents and quarter, or twelve cents and ," thought he almost aloud "and if she's apple ', fap resolved to reverse his plan, lamented demise.
to she mouth of McCoy's creek aforesaid. a half, were never expended by him for cat it, she shall for it, it's worth IwO aud carried bit purpose into execution with The QnoflD'haa dropped her first aisd
Sec. ::. Be it further enacted That the less than their I.oahiro'at.ual value, for be : cents today" pay He stepped without knocking unflinching energy.. Ia short be had now of Alexandria and signs simply Victoria '"

act *,o amend an Act to ii corj.urato the to''n said-"4 per cent on a dollar is too much to into the ntry, but a hearty kugtuwith* adopted the balms in which, with very slender If she bad dropped both, as was said to
Jacksonville, passed the 10th day of February lose. lie would walk the ice at tbs risk of in arrested hit hand already on tho latch. .variation be over after persevered whenin have ben the wish of her I."DatI. King
eighteen hunired and thirty five bo his life, or row bim.elf over the river in a "So sewed on his button gratis. Mary the country lie rose by fire clock lit I George the fonnh and called' herself Em.>
and the same is hereby repealed. scow to evade the ono cent toll by tho law did you you ha! ha! and where' tho apple his own fire when the season to aired one, beth ft would have been better siiiL Her
Approved With January 1&I7.Aa established' and' tie a baukerchief about 1" and shaved and dressed with great delibera present name has an oa-EnglUh sound to

.- his hat to save it from tho shower Ho Jeptha to hoar On the lion-for bo was a very martinet to all oar ears, at test.TheDnke .
no more.
Act to amend the several Acts incorporating would crstaialyhorich,every body was right morrow a stopped title girl brovghtJiim a package but the mere coxcombries of the toilet, not or Cumberland eldest ...;.
the town of MontieeJIo' in Jefferson for once; bo has but hisriihes ho must enjoy rolled in a cabbage leaf and tied with a abhoriog effeminate dandyism itself so cor ring brother of the late King ef. England, ,

county.Be alone ; basting thread. He opened it and found a6aeAdor' dually, as the slightest approach to slovenliness has become King of Hanover, by the do* .
it enacted by the Governor and Ltgis. "No wife for him-" button. And a bachelor's button or even those "bed gown and slipper miso of bb Majesty aDd the London papan

ktive Council of the Territory of Florida, Confound the quotation, wo have forgotten be has worn ever since. tricks," a* he called them, in which. literary are discussing with great esrtnestneas, s .
That hereafter the annual election fur In- the rest of i it, _but at any rate bo is still un- moo are so apt to. inJulra..-----.-- the' nestles whether,as Kiag ef "_nt.
te&i'aat and Councilman of the town of roairieif, and likely to remain so. Arrayed in Iii shooting jacket, or whatever he can retain his rights and prhUatM es t
Monticello, in Jefflersea county, shall be held Jeptba, by patient pursuance of the habit IN THE Wftono ROOM.-A"first luff"was droll be meant to use till dinner time British Peer and member of the House of

no the first Monday in March ia each and of frugality, had, at the age of one and twenty commissioned duns the last war, to carry be was looted at his desk by C o'clock, and Lords, It is most strenuously costesdodtbathocaonot. .
every year, seven days of ttotieo of such election accumulated some five or six tnndrcd ome despatches overland and speed was all his papers arranged before him ia the This Prince is exttedtsf ly.
bating been previously given: by ad. dollars which in bis bands at the age of two she first and last iojunetoin. At tho end of most accurate order, and his books of reference and wo believe justly unpopular ifl Bagland. .
ttrtiiing one or more of the most public pla and tiTcnty was doubled. He had for along the first days journey, be halted at one of the marshalled aronud him on the floor, The following paragraph from the
ets to said town. time been fined at the unnecessary principal hotels. in Baltimore aod desired while at 'least one favorite dog lay watching: London Globe furuuhes aa evident. of
See.2. Bo it farther enacted. That Adam outlay for expensive provitions as he deem. that sTconveyanco would bo ready for his his eye just beyond the line of circnmvalta* I it.
Wrick, Wai. l3udd and John A? Cuthbert, ed them which! he saw in his.boarding house farther progress at the break of day. After tioo. Thus, by the time the family assembled The King of Hanover oa being first r*.
fa. and they are hereby appointed inspectors: and was ioawrdly persuaded that if he were alight supper bo ordered a stiff class of fpr breakfast, between 0 and 10, bo bad cognized this morning io St. Jams Park, ..
to superintend said election for tbo year married the saving to be effected in bouse grog,by ""lor a night cap and finishing dono enough (in his own language) "to on hit ".110 the palace was received with
ttftbteen hundred end thirty who shall lie kcepiug. ch ibis, mending and washing, to* his cigar,desired to bo shown to bit room break the neck of the day'* work" After groans and hisses which however, a seven
tevetaJiy sworn faithfully to discharge their gcthcr with the labor that a notable wife .particularly impressing upon the mind of breakfast a couple of hours were given to of propriety on the solemnity of theoecasiss,
tattt as aforesaid. would perform, would make quite a dimin* i the chambermaid tbo absolute necessity of his solitary tasks and by used ou the part ortbe populace, led them immediately .
Approved nth January, 1687. ution io his expenses. Accordingly l be fixed his being called at the break of day. Whenbe to sav, "bis own 'Da.Vbea the weather to ce...."
his open a tailortss and determined bad stripped himself of traveling bah was bad, be would labor incessantly all the The illness which Unabated the fife of '
eye pretty
Aa Ac ta amend the charter of the Talla.Ausee .immediately to commence playing the a* iliments and was on the point of stepping morning, bat tbu general rule was to be out bit Majesty, bad its commencement OB the
Rail Road .pHr. miatlo! to her. His approaches were readily Into bed be rcmemembered that bo left his and on horseback by 1 o'clock at tho latest; day ol ibo majority of fro youag Quo on, the s .

Be a enacted by the Governor end Legif. uodorttood by the (andv of the shears, andas ontasted grog upon tbo table in the sitting while, if any more distant excursion bad 24th of May; bo therefore survived it has
taire Council of ibo Territory of Florida, Jcptha's property bad become a matter room. The bouse was quiet and the roam been proposed! at night be was ready to than a month.
I TfeMia ail casts in which Hid toad may gossip among marnaeabledamtels, there close by lie seized bit candle and darting start on it b1 10; his occasional rainy daysof The funeral of the King was to take place

nvo been constructed over tbo lands of in- approaches were by no means nneneonr* down A short passage popped upon his uuiutermitted study forming as be said, a on the Cth July. '
I iw.w.. companies, or corporation, or aged. Japtba went onswimmiaglyorafew draught, and returning up stain, was wry fund In bis favor out of which he was entitled At the period a little before tb* Kbg'ademise .
attrisJs may have &.appropriated ioeeattrmetioa months doing all bit courting on Sabbath quickly in bed; and swallowing his Anight to draw (or accommodation whenever the llonso of Commons was in sea.sign.
soon asleep. When ho opened the sun shone with eipecial. brightness.It Private business bad ocevpiad the
thereof without complying with evenings, as that part of his time could be cap
his in the raoroiog tho lUll was high in was another rule that letter be members a short time, when one of tbo
teesevtetfa of the every
eighth and ninth sections devoted to no other earthly ,for be eyes
purposes hurried into the house and
Let the beaYOBs. Ho cursed the neglect of the received should bo answered the same day nippers
iaeefporattttft in tides
regard to
being prudent. Jeptha was coa
company very
la* assessment of tbo value of the land and tcieotioui withal and although be would servants ia not calling bits at day brcakand Nothing else could have enabled him to keepabreast whispered in thel'l.or. member. TIle
bench like wild Ire
watch that ba might ascertain with tbo 4ood of communication news ran along ;
bis ,
.*..riaI.intended to fee appropriated by said not buy bay aDd sell, on tbo Sabbath: bo bunted for 0
l&oulO.II sad
ibo business cftbo stepped
watch sotto in tbo bit the
the precise hour. His was that sequel put good nature to
.ap. and the for thoume that would time of this
paying ; save by driving bargain
In three minuter die boos was
of bed almost but etopty.
test. tbo demands
*.M. bo found. Ho jumped out severest -- already on
company be and 3s feereby sat horisedto kind on that day. .
the accession of the Qtesa, the At.torn.J *
afraid that bo bad been robbed, and determined him in this way also were numerous ; and By
pueeett in the and under crisis. In the
snag foaaoer, Things were approaching
General will have received a aaa ia
himself and demand an explanation bo included attention to them tbo
II,e sa.e regalatbaa and restrictions, as of those who keep a register of such affairs to dress among
lIe from Ibo landlord. His clothes necessary business which must be despatch: the shape of fees ta the amount of 10QCOOJ.
feeted ia said act, to assets ibe value thereel Jeptba and Mary were already considered office.
for signing
ia tho room. Every particle) of ed before be had a right to close bit writing patents
i aad for and the of "it One were
the right and ,. Jep
pay same as man fijfht
moth ostotoedoobleaun
The Ear Cowper., a
bad vanished and as bo paced toe box, or aa be phrases 'to say out daaintdspot
nosy. clotbiog
"csfftoy to the had aHa.terialt thus tl/a brought Mary a Test, with a request died
in bit shirt the naked truth was for* and gentleman." In turning over at Putney lately et. ag*
appr.riatei, abtll be in nil respects as good that before the next Sabbath ere she would room f 1 of 60. 1
mlod ha bad undoubtedly his enormous mass correspondents.
aril yam! as if the provisions ef aid ;act bad sow on a button. Ob that button! tbat ro cod upon his of lIe,-camiqeCI have almost invariably found some indication '-'-,London papers anaoooeo too. soar
ae.eriainakl complied ..WI.f call, button was to make !- been stripped every had fattened that, whoa, a latter bad remained moro riage.on tba Sd Juao.of Edwia Fores Esq.:
lock wa secure as
Isassd 3d 'ebnrJ.1887. Better for him bad that button never been the ; the lel rated Amman to Cat&-
when bo bad went to bed, yet every thing than a day or two unanswered it had been e* >> !
manufactured bad vanished from the so because ho found occasion for 'inquiry or arins.the: beautiful and aceomplishid daashItsr -
Afi Act to declare Holmes' rtk io Wash It had rule heretofore tmend o I that he possessed .
been Jeptlia's bit stockings and boots, and deliberate consideration. of John 8i Elf) ol the Theatre -
ftftea .....,. a uaigv able. stream his apparel to cave expense. In tbo room even of to de atches which bo bad dopoI Every body is aware of tho immense cir 1 Royal,Drury-lsuo and Couveni' ftrdeaI ,
Ben emetcd by tho Cioreraer and Leis habit himself of doing nothing without con.Mho papa i '

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of thoconstitution. 1 fore tboSwa1; eyo.the..liJtrtfify bo beheld: -- ----- bll.imOh'to. M.8O atl Ittlfft.
iTho three Liverpool' packetshkIi. ar* the ca bidbutiatho Very principles ) oa of ....
tired tamediately preceding the Roscoe Ever since the passage of the with his p' lcsl.villoa. l'aU' b eight.beep A.11eQ Mocks or various Reform Bill, the whig party la England bas With (10 fits of his country floatine at the ..
fjroneriplione to d aaejHit of$160.000,10 retained power merely as loafers from band mist bead tf his boat, the navigated tbo o* Saturday. August 12, l83?. Tn e'aet 01 tlae or .
and tonal rifer the Nile nod drank of those ,I I fatted by order of.Loei .
bo put pjth! i. ntarket to taoatb. The elevation of a beautiful r--- ftHl,.. .,
W' Her Mafay'9 FirA Ac and Dtctarationith lovely woman to tbo throne of Englandwill waters which,' ,.. ibo Mussulmans. say It Another GaU. Qa Seadaymo l 1M., Frtffffl apoein to have bad ... 1Ii"'M(

3 ratxtt tothe Chsrth, and the Chunk cause a greatchango in its position that Biahommed bail tasted '60 would hire wo were visited with another gate, much to* "tetfeMco io rfitoriaf cte'k f faiod to lite ......
aad die
oJ lie""' ''. wo have seen during tbo last century The prayed ileaf90 for immortality, afearity to pertoaoarcb. .,t4tttt...
of the Lnglish that ho caigfevcomlnue to enjoy it forever." vercr than the first. Tbo windeoaia eaeed_ loitead qTbtisg maaad
'tIte'Ceen Kensington, the 2Qih day great changes in the action .. ...
Jin 1837 government,have always taken place during ,Ho eaaNM&rttas| of.Thebes, in its day blowing from tbo N, E. and blew with violence tenor or..I'. ", serroeedtd band '"

'. Patcatrtti.i the government of a-woman. Queen Elizabeth the mosti3igBifi eatcitr ia the worfd-ra until about 11 o'clock .\,.H, *.bea it eviacreg every aTss,.oai of...,..,...
Tbo Queen's most excellent Majesty in and Queen Anne both gave' facilities to ins which ull a mournful tale of former suddenly changed to the N. W The tide King of tINt French batprtcoatnpaa : "'- .,
council. Ibo ardent spirits of the ago which effected" greatness and of present misery, and ,which lioftiffg him wM"wlibeat into ti. ....
i Her.Majesty. being this day I,rc" in time, an entire change in tbo action of the bare told and will continue to tell to '.0.... rose considerably higher than usual bet BO Mace and pining from point to poiat.; aL

council, was Pleased to to make' the follow* government. Tbe Britaisb races have always ation after generation, the power of the tin.maw material damage was done. A portion of most esatteadedi tinhorn aayefapprebensioo. a"...... .

ing declaration viz: idolized a woman a princess, and a mind, the ingenuity, tbo.IkU the importance the'wall of one old house was blown. down. With a "oplo" "
"'ThtPtcf ere and afflicting loss which the queen. Their loyalty to a King is given- of miD ; who over.."oming every To the north of the effects of It ted as the Preach are. fee ........., ...
., nation has sustained by the death of his Maj- i but with .some severe grumbling. Not so obstacle wbicb nature herself throws before us were played by their monarch...,..... .....
t bit,, eay beloved uncle, has devolved upon I to a beautiful and accomplished (female, his path is himself overcome by tbo power more severely felt at Su Marys no understand who bad beta connected wi.tttta_app

eao tbedaty of administering the govern We should not bo surprised 'oleo the aCe of nil potent enemy* Death who turns him hut much damsga wee done. Most, bit life, Is calculated to ofatato for ... ....

meat of this empire.! This awful respotitibi I eetsion of Victoria the signal of a discomfitnre into earth to mingle with the dost of the ofprideoflodiatrees there were biowndowojTbo ; softy which. oo military array, .err.,..
lit,is imposed: upon me so tudd nlyand at so of the radicals and ultras. Yet it proud edifices reared by bit art, and pulled great could have procured. Hewavtr Ie-
early I a period of my life that should fret' must not bd denied that while on the one down by the mighty band of time. store uf Mr. Sanl. Clarke was broken (ietuous la their feelings, there b. a e&vtJb
mel utterly oppressed by a burden band we may expect a deeper feeling ef It has n I mult grown into a maxim, that ia aad his goods to tbo amount of 5000 dol. about the French which would MaettG

hero I Bet sustained by -the hope that loyalty to a queen it is possible that, under there is nothing new uuder the sun." Our lars were damaged; the market house was to abhor any attempt tho file ef ash
\ Divide i Providence, which has called me to this loyalty the seeds may be laid for an author does, however, furnish us with what carried The steamboat Florida dividual, great as their dislike to him .
.. this work, nitl give me strength for Ibo per organic revolution. During the reign of wo might almost call an exception to the away. be. who appeals to their honorable fitS.?..
forreBBCO ef it, and that shall find ia the Mary', Queen of Scotts tbeactioo of parties rule. lie passed through the land of Edom which was lying at tho wharf had her side and who takes refuge fros| their aajm *

parity ef say intentioas, and in my zeal for vere oxcessiye, la these days parties were the doomed the blightedom-concerning broke in. An iron steamboat was blown into by addressing himself to daeit ***toS:.

the public welfare, that support and those radical and revolutionary they are now which was sent forth the awful prophecy of the marsh at Amelia narrows .Another. A eioment'e reflection mast coanseo srw+

resources which usual!, belong to a more not political bnt religious-yet the results Isaiah, "None shall pass through it forever steamboat blown ashore cear those wham Ikel indulgence of poBdetl ,
mature ago and to longer experience. will bo alike. It is utterly" impossible at and ef er." lint our traf eller did pass thro was .maadi-I' tred would instigate to destroy their dW
"1'place Biy upon the wis this point of time to calculate fully the great it-thereby strengthening, instead of defeat aa. Nineteen houses were blown down ia' arch, that nothing ran bo gained by net *

cl081"fp.Ii.meua..ud upuu the lojaltf'and changes that may take place on the accessionof log the prophecy-Except to pnbat regulan. Fernaodina. The mail carrier reports that course, ask would operate no radical t&*

affection elm, poop!.. 1 esteem it also a tbo new queen to the throne. It comports with the wisdom of God that tho road from the head of the North River in the character' their gove men;. ..?.
pecttlar advantage that succeed to a so* M BMIMSMMMMHHHHMiMBMBMVBBM nMSHBIMHMaat .- the mind of man should bo awakened to the posing hat the tbroae should'a...
rereigu whose constant regard for the rights truths of the holy word by a living witness to Pablo is much obstructedb1 fallen trees by the death of its present focQiabeat bit

and liberties of bit subjects, and whoso do MONEY MARKET and this witness bean ample testimony id The steam boat Charleston was blown demise would only make room for a ......
sire to promote the amelioration of the laws NltvYoan, July Sib, 6 P. 1\1.\ the truth ef Ibo prediction. For centuries, ashore at the mouth of the St. Johns river sot, who, in addition to aH the faults .....

institutions of the country, have render At the second board the stock market none but the wandering Hedouinhaih| trod but was after'Ylnl'lut off without iuajur uted to his predecessor, might pvistssDualities .",
.d his name the ubjectufaeneral attacbmeut continued firm, although out of doors there the once fertile the now barren /rfumea .,. nntempered by prudence etas*
tendency to a fall in United States hundreds of The gale ceased .\uuI5 P. M. nence.
and veneration. was some fear* ago, the thorough faro of
..- 'Educated in England, under the tender Bank. There is a great inquiry relative to many and mighty nations, uow echoing on The Sen. S. S. Mills sailed from this port

and enlightened car ef a most affectionate the cause of the rise in this stock. Many 1 ly M tee shout of the wild Arab. Our author for Charleston ou Saturday last Ad coo The Wandering Pipers The waaderiaf

mother I have learned from trey infancy to suppose it arises from the belief that the.' is the ou'y will authenticated exception sideralile. anxiety is felt for her safety.A Piper New has addressed a letter to the edHen. tl
respect and love the couititutiou of toy uativr orxt Congress will pass resolutions makingit to the truth of the fearful prophecy-uo oth the York Commercial Advertiser, tJ
"" .- the bank ef the Government.This I after pouring a good .tnantity of .....
country."it deposito er traf eller has ever pasted through the landofKdom. correspondent of the Baltimore 3/er. | so
will 'maintain is indeed a most lal.cioulldoa oil which The unfortunate what he terms a+seunlaus cent po5euiM
or be my unceasing study to the talented chant bites front Washington City, thus;
+ '. the reformed, religion as by law estab to act in buying and selling United States Burckkardt, did almost! perform the passage : General AlA OJl8 talk of going to Floridaat ycleped ia tho New York San" be. .taw
fished, secure. at the sumo time to all the (tank shares. ejects of this kind have --but if bo did, bit fate bears melancholy i tbo,bead ef six thousand men. Advices concludes' bb letter : .
t IoU enjoyment ef religious liberty ; and I been started 'b, several of the opposition witness to the truth of the prediction "1will I from the Seat of War say that Ibo Indians "! am enabled (having finished,pips*
ball steadily protect tboriglits,and promote prints but if the next Congress acts at all l cut off from Mount Seir him that pas I will not remove; that the chiefs h.yoUne in America,) to conclude with the nstu ,.
to tbo utmost of my powerrtho happinessaud on the currency it nill bo in the shape of a seth out and him that returneth." Sectzeu I influence; and that a popular! warrior if eloquent ca mo by mj godmothers and gtsdfatws
welfare ef all of toy subject*.". new bank ; not the resumption of tbo old '(according to his own statement)'dthrough : I can always defeat the purposed re* at my baptism and with what fitUa ebs4-
raovmuM row vox QUEEN DOW AO&&. with all its lout bad debts. -but he alto met his death bcfere : tnoval. We have no alternative but to a* Jed te. it by his sacred majesty Georn ta.
Tlio the Yet whatever bo the exact causes the his I fourth I trust you will find it neither
following speech deliveredby journey was accomplished. Hut our baudou the contest or wage a war of extermination waat
Lord Altborp then Chancellor ef the Ex feelings of confidence are daily increasing traf eller went thro unscathed.visited 1'ctra. I ieu. Jour remains iu Flori. in* iu latitude or lougltmle.
I chequer on the 15th of April', 1831, with refercuro in the money market. the city of the Kock-and lived and still da. Your much obliged and obi Hr.'.,
to the above subject nero was a rumor prevailing yesterday lif es. to awaken the (are of the skeptieaud .. ALEX. GUKAKI d ru.,aT OK Vcax.

The Chancellor ef the Exchequer, moved in certain circles that some ef tbo government to confirm the hopes of the belief, by the The Steamboat Charleston Donnell
the order of the day fur taking into consideratioa banks as well as the United States: truths bo has adduced of the fearful accomplishment sailed from thisfor Savannahwi sick troops sideut Qvalfoatiotu In Indiana oja has CtutJUitte. A rasa rt-
Kiu '. would be able to resume specie aanuuDc..llaiGattfls.*
the payments of the of God's
; inetsage. prophecy holy on their' to Poiut Comfort. a cabdidate fur seat ia the .lat....
legi .
Tbo motion havim; been agreed tu, the next month. It is very certain that the prophet. His journey ui litero/i the burial way set
order of the day was read and the royal state ef public feeling and the condition Of place of Abraham Isaac and Jacob-the in his addrers to tho public sums a? fequsliGcations o
srteua 8 oreferredteacuumittceoftbe wholehouse. the foreign debt indicate an early return to ito of the Cave of Mackpelab which A bra A report reached us on Monday from Fort as follows :
King, that the Indian thief/ohs/fte&lud Ml belief I was the fir.t riilas4
honesty and integrity among the banking bam bought from Epbrvu, the Hittite ; to come ate
institutions or this Tho New Or. in thero with several Indians with who skinned a coon chased deer tU,
The' boose then resolved itselfioto acorn country. Bethlehem, tbo birth place of our Savior to a proposition
.. xaittee, and the royal message nhirb was leans banks are already returning partially Jerusalem to Jafa, the ancient Joppa, the for a deputation archers go to Washington a White bear,river.or treed" wild cat en the w..'...

presented yesterday wa. reau. 4o specie payments, aDd io August they must city where Noah dwelt and built his ark ;'to Later information from that quarter does not fullly His views the
W. R.-His Majesty, trusting to the afifectiouate all resume or lose their charters. The confidential Jericho, to the river Jordan, the Dead Sea I confirm the report; but it is stated thot John but bo on current are not attr\
el bit faithful Commons: prints of the general governmentare seems disposed to gu against biebn
regard (and the account be gives of the navigationof Hicks with...enIfDdi..bad wade a visit then.He leaves.
,I bulb towards biwlclr and the Queen recom recommending a convention of the banks that Sea the who
unhappy Costigan.
mends that -they will take measure; for ma to confer on such a measure, and the Executive saw, or fancied he saw the ruins of Gomorrah said that he wished to get in all their young; *FelIow citizens. I am aware that fare rt

king such provision for her Majesty as shall himself is believed to be favorable to and died a victim to his love of science men; that they were out committing dvpred- now sali.fied, that the salvation ef ,stIliiosiers

be adequate fur thdluiaiutaiuauco ef tbo royal I a resumption, either voluotery or by CUpulaauu. > and ditcoverv) is beautifully and accurately lions and were uneontrolablas that order were depends upon saving. aulianl"
dignity, lu cast of her surviving the de I described. *n any point of view, tbo workis given by the ebtef forbidding them to commit to represent us : tb rfore, I pledge Joj<
., if elected, and render .
'. raise of t4*. It appears also that in the face ef a large regulate tsdrsll
.. Kjfc i' calculated to add to tho literature of our any depredations or to kill any white maa.- quiescent the and .
w .-T:;o Cbancelloi of the Exchequer said it export to pay foreign debts, the variation country.But SoiiMibiug was said about deputation of chiefscoming the legal it. ewou.kaa."tut ,
""""then became hjs duty to make proposition between specie and paper is gradually eproximatiug. there is a spirit about it which is par. into Fort King.A euuutry.f ,to w

In conformity with the gracious message p The St. Andrew took out to ticularly to be admired-it is tbo love of Starch of ai lufenor quality i I. sued bttmanuf > .
e which the committee bad just beard. He Liverpool about$350,000-of which $260,* country which the author exhibits in every' human skeleton waeu nd on the beach o tcturo of hard ruofertiaaarv' sarlnfozanges.

c did nut apprehend that it "II' all likely that 000 was passed through tho Custom House. page. Ob, if our contemporaries would but Ansstaiia Island about 15 miMi south of 8u susaaplums, and similar amides

there could be any difference ef euiuiou upon Besides this she carried out$150,000 ia bills catch the spirit-if. instead of penning paragraphs Augustine on Thursday last It is supposed to Those w hirh are sold abant the. ttreets. ana
the proposition which be should .ubutit. of excbaugo at 18 to 20 per cent. The calculated to weaken our attach bare: been one of the victim oo board the Dolphin writer in the Magazine PtipuUr dncKt J '
Whatever difference of opinion might have greater portion of this specie wa.s laid in at aud .
to whilst
moat our country (even tbo and made "for the ul nbo.
when sh, bl-w in use popular
December last
0 tbo middle of had
b to cent. About Juno up ;
Existed eu sane harp| of the CivJ List Chess per shouts of hundreds freemen joyful grce. are generally composed of tho oflal l ell .
bad been aodiflerenco opinion upon those the. discount oa paper money was 12 percent ting of our day of freedom, were still ring Iwen buried there and weal!eel oat by 1M =ale works, raised with plaster s+f Park

parts wlucb applied to the personal comfort *. Since that time, paper Bud specie ing in their ears) calling for change ; Iud of Sunday.Gen. clay or chalk, and as little samaras u .
.5 and expenses ef bit Majesty and &lI..t beingtho have approximated as nearly as 8 per cent, cikiug what benefit this Union is to "us df to Rive them a palatable sweetoe<; bat is kis
case be bad no duubt that a tiuiilar leel being nearly cue third deduction from tho the South ;" if, instead of this, they woulh Jttup i It still at Black: Creek. : worse is, that they aro often colored'

jug would animate the cuuuaitee when caUrd highest point jrariation.. This approximation tear the veil from before their eyes aud look No mail was received corih ef St. red load .crdi;ri..I..boJte.and other .
has taken place ia the face of Marys
to maker provision for be Majesty iu a groat abroad upon the glory ; the honor, which ral poisons. A 'pI io. of refined liqa i Ef
dt case she should survive the Kin;. lie was export. Iu a few weeks or mouths, wo belong! ever, where to the name of Arnert- yesterday.Our manufactured for the same market a
confieccd that his would ail for should not bo surprised to see specie differ ca to a citizen of this Union
? feeling araf ; ; we cannot believe compound of common Spauisbjakv, 'lie?
during the time her M est had honored from good city paper only per cent or less. they would suffer party spirit to to poi city was never more healthy than at bl,ck aud starch.
the time and shoual it
The frreigo debt is present ; continue so,
rapidly disappearing
this country by residing in it, her conduct son their hearts. Cau any true American
: .. bad been a bright example ef .Icille....,. Our cotton exports, specie exports, and di. desire to destroy the ties that unite the peo- wo may congratulate ourselves that'a kind Sentry Call Robert Brook E 4.
The proposition be should make would bo minution of foreign exports, duo rapidly plo or these States Will any heart respond providence has granted us a return of such Metton Lodge, Woodbridge.. ... I
In strict conformity with. precedent It melting it away By the middle or end of to such unholy calls tTAcn are Washington season as characterized the early settlement or five cats each with a chain aDd..' .
: would be almost impossible to state satisfactorily August it Is celculatedithat every solvent and his precepts. alike forgotten ; then may ef, this place. and which have been continued about a yard long wit a large iroD"Ic
priori, what u&&lb0 be the sum bank in the country, will be able to resume wo bid farewell forever to the best hopes of, until) a few years! past. Wo are in* the end. As soon as Ibo gase&erritt, .
devoted to such a purpose,but there being specie payments. When the'price ef specie the patriot the philosopher, and the lover of, formed that there is not a single case of fever rants, and raspberries begin to rfpea.a .
.Buoy precedents, and owe 01 compare falls to'5 per cent it is their duty to resumeat liberty. la the city at the present, Dud that there has stake is driven into the ground or bsd

I lively long standing, and tome of recent once. ; Here is one instance in which the flag of, scarcely been one, thus far during the sum aha street to do protected, leavta* t.e

date ... h.1! little or BO difficult, flu In furtherance of this policy, the state of oar country protected even in Ibo despoticland mer. above the ground:!; the ring k tans
ibe .alfect. for her.Majesty bad undoubtedly public feeling is decided. Ia another part of Egypt, those who gathered beneath Tallahauee Florida 15 th intt. over tbo bead of tbo stake and the cat

J as good a claim as any Uuseo of hiscoantry of our paper will be found the decision of a its olds. "My poor rail gave mo a melancholy Letters from Dresden tethered insight of the trees oo Girds
over possessed to libirajjaud dutifutyconsi jury against the Commercial Bank. Mr. greeting 1 had saved him at Cairo from says a late Paris approach them. Cheiry trees aad wsHl
deration ef that Parliament. The dower f o* Wind! has recovered 054, with 10 per cent being pressed into tbo Pachas' serf ire; aud paper States, represent of the emigration to the United trees are protected in the same manias <
ted to Queen Caroline the consort of U.orgo interest and costs. Suits are now pending again descending when ba stopped at Renoeh America as increasing to a they successively ripen. Each cat kj *' .
the Second and to Queen Charlotte tbo against the Manhattan and North RiverBanks be and bit whole crow bad been seizedat frightful degree. It is not families of small eta shed has ono of the 1 largest skedf-

consort of Ueorge the Third was 100.000/ la each case recoveries will bo the bazars. and ia spite of their protestation mean or which are mostly absorbed ia the expense pots 'laid on its side lake within read sf
year. la addition to that sum Queen Ca. made of the whole sums witb ten per cent that they were ia the service of an A* landed voyage that arts going, but rich chain, with a little bay or straw u bad e'
roline was to have Somerset house as a town and costs. About half a dozen suits against mericauthe iron bands were put round their proprietors aro selling their estates them and her food and water placed $
residence, Iud Windsor lodge as a country several banks, begun this week. Tbo "ri.tI. and the iron collars round their necks. to world.go and! seek a new country ia a new h*. In confirmation of the above itaie

lodge The only difficulty in the present moral sense of the age will not permit banks The CJoferaor afterward rode down u the old Frequently with these persons utlo1' I it may be added that a wall of via**. ,
case was to provide a fitting residence for, to refuse ,saymeutin specie with impunity. river and the American streaming from are seen caravanl.IYalldng tweeo two and three hundred yards wafri

her ..1J'lt'hb respect to a country rOe Every thing therefore indicates an early re.sunptiun. Ibo niast bead of my little boat procured on the ""ale". Tho announcement the nursery 01 Mr.'Kirkeof liroatoetdn' '
ettcuco there could be no hesitation. Bushy The changed tone ef the JOV- their speedy releaseand saved them from the that a man would walk on Ibo water of which ia all previous seasons bad 1 ..
parltwaseridcntlytbebestceleulatedforsuch I eminent in relation to banks-the dirninu* miserable fate of Arab soldier]." ou Monday>> afternooon, near Taft's hotel very much injured b, birds, was iaa I

,; u...urp..bR'; : respecttotowu residence I don of the demand for specie for exportation One more extract and wo will close.- in Chelsea, attracted a largo assemblage of. completely p rotect .ilu conseqasace oil(
there wu sJlae difficulty, for Parliament bad -the steadiness of the cotton market, The ,author has just returned to Grand Cairo curious spectators and a fleet of boats soon having: voluntary posted bimielf seotrj 8

kao power ererauy building which.. suitable and the determination ef honest juries to ,. after his voyage on the Nile. encircled the exhibition.The !. it. Trans> tior. ,Soeuty.

for the residence c4 her Majesty. Ho I prevent the banks from profiting by their "Hoping to receive a letter from home, 1 machine -upportcd upon three largo
bad fixed upon Marlborough house but tbo I own dishonesty will soon restore overy went immediately to the American Consul.was brass vessels and the operator raoyes his feet Ltd in New York. Tbe (follow Jj
lease granted toanollo duke would thing to order.-IV. Y. Motn. Herald. break glimpse at the principal i tboreafftlH ,
""' ... not ex- disappoined; there wen no letters, but very much ia the manner of a velocipede rider ,
p ire HUI1 Inhsneadtnitted;.was some was other and i ir.terestioft news for me: and and the paddles attached to them gif is from Ibo pea of tbo Editor of'the Sar*I
Gilkuk", but be nevertheless A walk in Broadway, at tort o'c-,
thought it From the Savannah Georgian. as an American identified with the honor of the impetus. '
.oak! be better at once to a'iboro'and the morning oxbihitasosa .
if name Wo have just risen from the perusal of my county, i was congratulated there thou The crowd was apparently disappointed, btsdebsoebSos ( Tae
boose, difficulties should as large
arise .
any sands of miles from homo the having to literally
one of the most interesting works we have upon expect* expected see a 104'1.' <
they could very easily be ofercome. 'n.. ever read. It is entitled "Incidents of ed speedy and honorable termination or 1 walking on the water. Bost Adisaate.Ilsuss of loafers repoaiflsj ca' oopl aeddoors
noble lord concluded by moving a resolution travel of difficulties with Franco. An ; is nearly as.birjo'aia bud ofsarooi. {
-- Iu English
Egypt Arabia Petrcea and the '
L Holy .bT
'ct- Oao felfow. this
vessel bad arrived Alexandria, bringing *Bxn COl'I'.laoll.-Mo.t of ,
Laud by American It is our
Tbtt it was tbo.opinion of the in and stretched oat, to all apfiearaata
committee ) and chaste and London containing the President last &"fadoft."iII perhaps recollect the name of
a playful style, abounds paper '
I Ihatsuch provltioa .bvul rbo made for her with striking incidents and with new and iuteiestiag iressigo notice of mediation from the En John ft' Btezelt, who was indicted and tried and attracted few ayoottitofa

r Majesty as would be adequate to the mainteaaaceef descriptions of places and countries gush Government, its acceptance by Fiance some two years and a half ago, for having tort, who. were piaafear motive tad of sbaxMT,
dignity in with the boiief oilal o
F royal case ber surviiBgbts hallowed jiy the recollections of art and ,ho.oerallmprel.ioD that the quarrel been engaged in the celebrated Convent. Ri
his fioal 1*
that 100.000a bo bad ulym
/ majesty;
year history, and religion. Tbo scenes might bo considered settled and the mono, ot. lie was acquitted upon trial. h3
efeottUl\o settled upon her majesty tor aura through A and Wo learn from tho best that shookiho poppiea sV&a his oysf
which the author passed aro narrated with paid. man man be Ion ; far from authority,
4' a JMH'P..., payable out ef the Consolidated Buzze! is since erumbUax at belag ti...earll
a distinctness that leaves a lasting impression porno to feel bow dearly be loves his cop .: dead ; and that upoa hit -

F 4; and that Marlborough Louse and try-for his and his heart 15 death bed bo confessed himself to bye been I. a t."T.' waacoreaoa&8elyaafc0Bft&balding. a.81I.rat '
upon the aiud. Wo can almost itna- eye to brighten oihk 'Ioafn tabs had been $1...
JBatby douse. together wKb the lands at* heat when ono of those who vet fire to the Coaf .
glue that wo ourselves have seen and viiited bo hears her praises from the lips eat.B&tonAtte. I"""'d
taebod. it, be settled ber
upft Majesty
.. few pkte of residence." at the places described and wo are euro that il strangers; end when tho paper wu given bard hearted folks," said' he. "eakate A .
) reiolutlon it should ever bo our happy lot to tread on ne JliJb.congratulations; cad compliments! on mast get so oaily wad
Tbo ,
>> was agreed to. "
Tbe' death of the King of England is "holy ground; to stand where Moses stood, trim successful and honorable issue of the affairs .L.-A correspondent of tho Boston; Daily Advertiser low' a geatlemi wol ba .*Aeto eeiw '
I than the extinction when be received the Commands'of(God a* with Franco my feelings grew prouder a respectable manufacturer states with the sick ail algai to sHe a
event Inoro of
greater old soaps life can bo imagined. It is the mid the awfel'thunders of Mount Sinai-it and prouder as I read until when 1 had fin ia that paper of Saturday that the lossea of sleep ia" 1M .ma.: Tee ..... it } ,
aa entire revolution in the administration would seem to us to be an old familiar spot isbed the last line, I threw up my cap ia the the manufacturers of Massachusetts within eregrxttUeloops; fbayprovemcnt cells '. tEa
'CHI.r I. I .0 clear b:s been the or old city of Cairo and shouted the old gath eiR
description our author tho last twelve month, arising from debts a body caat pick oata
ef affairs for iot in ;
; a ehnii&e < only .
-so happy has bo bean ia er ing.cry "Hurrah for Jackson .
.' bringing lie* west, of, iho. Now, England, States will proba to sleep..on\ no more woodea Hoops .

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(. J'hat such lot rovements! Iwe I Accordmg ta the New York E>
.. the park oil two wet gran wo employment l of capital ia "staving" baa. on IN VIRTUE of'decree of .the Superior VIRTUE OF AN ORDER of ibe Judge be was "D.Cu.eeI ao. r

rbeiHaetit; and if wa lays on the tirel/teasodv Tfee editor says, ;. Court and 10 me''dhcted.1 will expose ib bounty Court of $L John* Coonty and explain wbetoer the aorae wbstaott be U Us4 was
titBe ll is-eitraprdinary tb oetteo the woaderfat pubyeaakonth..thday oftieptr next, be. of Franeis II remounted bad uot bwoJTurnlrttd ty Uta
fjlkts: of dM Battery, tern wagtboaoftoetr the undetsa .ned Execntor Trisyydeed. States,or tein owned tfeftfietf&f aweatotf iIiIi2' '
pockets." SO ssymag. ha search clwtp la this rupeel. Tbo moral souse twceaitobomaoriiandii .'doc.rlhat day. .,will oner f or sala at public suction in from ama volunteer,to if beta meat lot.tfco f .
r Meketf sad covered the stomp of of the community basehaaged ,much that in front of the Couliliauie door,lathe City of of the Court Honse in the City of AugnsUoe. on ass and risk ihsrsoforlor Ha fa serge y .&lit .
_. tod those wBo avowed their ot. Aarattiae qne lot of groood known by thename the first Satotday in 8.paembolao1l.1he follow. '
ho taro bit mouth, openly em po)moot the possession el tfte.Uiauuit,may tare bamade
tamvlfaltb a put tail seerand a of shaving will not note have toy tbiog to do of Jean Ue WiHbma'Lot of Ground,and tug| real estate cube said Francis Triay, Ujat i is ; and IT it bad been thus owned.sbooW .. .
; mortgaged to Edwin Jencket fir a dabs of
to* a piece of land situated near MfiKarix '
with the business The moral tense, however name the person, and IN coamaBd to wbieli bebelonged. ,
three hunired and five dollus and
twenty ninety Creek, bounded on the Sooth by laud of Sebastian .
iaewftastaaeo io which
Aud the
IIfII'CrI,,, I ... ,. has no doubt beau changed by the so nine cents with interest thereon Id be compured Garctaai on the north by etairsb of blasts extend tvvquipcge UM sevnIaAk4M m

nsAioas of the world are verity uf the law; imprisonment is a pretty i from the 27th day of March., Jgff, at the rite Creek ton the the.public road; and on claim value may of each should be,,.. .
"] twogtoateot serious ia addition to the lost of : efeight eentnm t.Dnam.tUI paid. That .
of a.ter. mo per the east by North Ilrver. .. .
with ibo BtBfriago two ScumJ Wus -'
et tbsorded oey ferjugagiagt io a pursuit which here* is Io say all Uw t certain'lot or pare** cf ground Auo,A situated in 8t. Augn.tine, bounded of .
wit% rot The section of UM law enact. J
is alive fejeicisg*,
France toforo pas not only.been held moral but. quite uaatfld tnd being la tbMfbretififloCiiy of dui on |he West b, St. George IU,,;- on the llui who, lithe said .." i .'
of ibtir print* to n Caput fro"t and easy pesiun
.l'IiJpt meritorious. Augustine, contalninK forlif North by a lot ormaty the property .f Jesse '
froffl Germany And E>llod.i' en fell in et.t1 th, abdf.Dohnded as Fish4 on the East by public I.Dd.nd on' the I e rytee Y a vetuuu r ur drauibUd'atnisalf militia Saaa, .
d shad furntsb with at meand
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the momentous subject, to We have been follow that i*to cay oa the 'tiorlb by a lane South, by a Lot luruierly the property of one uruuu
upon long convinced that aastaiaed ;
accoutrements, am ot t
people Lane which the said lot front iniUtaiy
called Partner *,
will their tktto princess.positioa Girard ,measnru.g on George'street
the, .If I iu business du not understand their ball the er destrae-.
damage by
v. io Est own interest on the West by a lot of Francis Gue, on the I North and South.forty two feet and three inches suitam eatjpnre
.It the false of society when they omit to advertise 'cororoo South by a lot clone Puns which wa+, at the East and West one hundred and sixty feet and Lion of the tame,..IbDU..Dl.J"u os oegUf eaee .. !
teat I' marriages of these girls' mayperBJiBeot dities that wish sell. time of execution of said ,ote.pi.ed oulu pari >wuoU storalt llU e UM sanM ay
,. they to Every mercbaat mortgage six inches; and on the East,thirty nine feet and t
ieflueoee for weal sounded in the service a&alt
or of bis
a or law)er or, craftsman take,especial by one Susan Murphy,and oo the East by a three incbe reason beinf .
JJe *the fact of oriUlofi house and lot of one Aluunson. The said rnort- MANUCV be allowed and paidrtbo value thereat"1t..cb
,*po care to put a sign over bit dour to lei persona JOSEPH Executor claim uude r this pi o'istoo mast besttab 1
know the in which b. is gaged premise then being in the poael.ioaaoellClaai July 13th, 1837.; 10 3m. .
way .commanded
lishrU the oSice who
ffoirwa tfortrf to death ly a Bull. Weft "iUiall occupancy of the said John Lee Wil by .
j to serve the public. Tbis is all ,. houses ant when the leis kappeaed ifabve\ er it dead..
bouse, out- ,
ta the Montreal Traui- Name and also the dwelling
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*the following as fat as it goes, but it is aol to be forgotten and and the orchard AN ORDINANCE umber t toe m. then the next survifiug eAcer eacribtag the
death smd! Hrs. Y buildings edifices grove '
It relates the a OUOSlO..tawa. teatceto provide for raising a' of -
revenue .
iJtC. that these signs are stationary, and eau only and trees on aid lot. i sever si aiUcUs lost, the vsise of usb,sad

oa the Cbattauguay liver be teen by those who mar happen to pass The above named pro.eity {*levied on a*the the city thereof or tit. Augustine 9th blanch and fur 1833.the rolkctjou ther or uot it was sustained & any fault. 1
posed .
Caa II that way. Now an advcrtiitueutio.anetrspaper dronerty of John Lee William to satisfy EdwinT. negligence, so tall part.
undo Ue it ordained the Mayor and Aldermenolihocuyofriu :
oafortuuite suHcftr WM \o Third Claus of Cox .
-Tbfl i. nothing more or lea than moving Jenckesof debt of throe hundred and twin.t I.
cttadjibo widow of o farmer ol that five dollar ninety nine cent*, with interestthereon Augustine That for the year The third secti.ul the law.uctn' '
which '
sign is carried in tq every man'scounting IKJ7,there shall be levied and collected on and
stuuined oraballsustain ,
bat COD d.aed to reside upon the land ,u also two dollar* and fifty cents cost. oaTtMi, pu rsuu who "
uae room workshop or dwelling, and from every persons, vendioffgoods, ware and : .
the industry WM. GIMV18, Dp. Mar- by rue loss capture os destruction by
derive such retire as damage
tri to iuC the inmates has merchandizein the city, the full wiugIUm..IO ,
rm. what the advertiser barge mule cart.
oberselr/ and daughter could procure, July 11th, 1837. enemy .ol au, er wagon, "
lib* to dispose of. Some persons think that it wit: > boat sleigh or uUrneu, while such property was
of his beanwhich -
raise a buR calf account On the Invoice amount of stock in trade
gte is iv1cn uru.e totted eiuwr bf io -
familiarized with bit ouly necessary to advertise at particular l'IIanllal'a Sale.N in tbe & > t
having boon where Ibo seine doe not exceed two thousand
&dtres! since hit binb and having aln seasons,to put people iu mind, as ,bela1. I virtue eta decree of th) Superior Court five hundred dollar,fi\y\ cents for every hundred prauinvnt rukto which or coutrnct Uie icept would m case bo waere exposed I t
af Ibo business which the directed I will property '
a party maybe and to me expose to public dollar '
.t been fed by her band, displayed a natal engaged Here again is an error as is do* ate,on the 5th day of Septr; wit,between tbe If above thatamoont: and not exceeding four was agreed ta bo incurred by UM owner, if U ,
attachment by no means displeasing to raonstrated hour of 12 and 1 o'clock of that day in front of ball appear thai auculou,capture,or dttUactiou
by experience. Suppose fur thousand dollar, Seventeen, dollar*, with the
YoaR&, wbora bo followed about the instance A U, to be a grocer" i iu extensive the Court House Door, in the City of St. Augustine addition ofone dollar lad sixty two and a. half was of without any end fault or uogligtaco who oata wita-* j I
lit" the ,
The animal is now a owner any person
of land of part
like a dog. ,all that certain tract consisting .
fire i cent lor thousand dollar above that a-
business one nbo A. D.'e every fault sustained
tbau two years old. Toward the every tees sign one undivided hair part of tract ofone thousandacres out Lly.uch ur iiagbgenae, oc
were inount.On :
'lie takes it for granted that bo has an assortment hall sustain damage by UM deoth abaadooeeut
week he had as usual bring being in the County of St.Johnsand slave '
accouipaetl above yf and
the 15 under
ol l list every !
-d ago .
of loss of uciiihof mule .aweII. i
articles iu bit line and if bj wantsan attuaed called Slatanza the bead of and any ,ar os
and ate place
the homestead five centandit shall be the
they CO ,
to twenty
the cons year ; .
of UM tal .
aforesaid, in
article will to the store of A. B theNorthwest Pe.,cer'.Creek which said tract the scrvacK consequence ( :
fastened io the cow house, when Mrs. go or : duty.of the owner of every slave such slave to the of the United tiute to turook I
ers tare, iu
some other to Now if A. B. ofone thousand acres,was granted by the Span. put '
Young and her daughter proceeded thither grocer get. make a retnrn of the lame to t.-IU collector the same with sufiici ut forage*.ball be allowed .
them. On causing the building thoem having received some very good sugar or lib Government to Martin Hernandez and conveyed on or before the time prescribed in the out and paid the value thereof." |:
I*nnlk uncommonly fiuo tea, some rare wine or Aid grantee, Martin Hernandez, proceeding section of thi*ordinance. ( '
under it.
tu the fir cud, to milk Ibo 'l'u etUbiish a claim provision, .
preceded to John T. Williams, and conveyed by the Mid .
first rate brandy, or fruits unusual excel. Sec.2. 1'batitshall be tbe duty of every merchant the of tba
and the loose bull ad. will be necessary produce testimony
fatttetd there Williams Daniel 8. Griswold and conveyed
to ,
ft. Store keeper,vender or God.. ware, ,
lenee ;i''lau"Iiciiylu the fact through the officer or ul Ute United states, wire im-
1UC'f4 ni l'tt' bis usual' familiarity to Mrs.Yeeaaw by the said Daniel 8. Griswold to John Hewlett and merchandize,to make return of his her or ageut '
'i pushed bin nstdo with the pail medium of the uenspapers every epicure sat by deed and mortgaged b, the aid Hewlett to : their stock in ir de to the tax collector.on co4 i pre ed or contracted for the eervice of tie property the-
and also
mentioned in such claim ol
ouco reminded uf bit wants, sad induced Ploiaid for twelve hundred and .
animal Theodore seventy .
carried i.. The immediately on before the first day of June next and on neglect officer under whose immediate command UM f
timed her and smith the first trust olAi to purchase The sair.e remarks upply tu four dollar and ninety one cent. or failure to do*u shall be subject. to a penal the time de ''
uKiu|,eiieirated tba abdomen aud viu the dry goods ,merchant, the boukseller the I The above named undivided half part ota tract ty of$30 with cost of suit. same was employed at capture,wb '
iou D4ndonuMiut l
biro unction, or ; iu ;
< | artisan;in fact all whoh&vo thing todis<, of one thousand acre.I.loied on to satisfy the Sec 3.That after .
her In any every person or persons, t
into service
leatlf raiting his bead ripped body uf. aid Theodore Flotard. A debt of twelve hun the way UM pioperty was taken the uf j t
lie immediate pose ; Unite the slue thereof whtthef air
shucking manner the autvs.
the most drdd and four dollars and ninety one
seventy .
store for the sale of
goods, wares on .
I It Anlld die yard. carrying upon his burns r--- __ cents, together with nineteen dollar and twenty merchanize open within the limit of this city,shall iu not the risk to which it would be exposed was j
small car the clothing, and a five cents cost. was agreed to be incurred by the owner,wbeth- '
01 fragment pur- like manner make return a* in the proceeding '
Court of DEs .d horse mules be
the or
Superior eroruota regard oxen
1i uf the recking entrails"f bit; victim ; \VM..Ge DAVIS Deputy Marshal. section i* directed,under the like penalty.See. ( .
here be tuned ad shook his head in the mo'.t 'rlct.r Watt Florida. July 17th. 1337.0- J .11-4*. 4. It shall be the duty of the tax collector engaged, in what to supply manner the cause the loss happened- aDd ,

tattle mauuer and roariug. returned tohake PETITION TO FORECLOSE A MORT- forthwith to make a return tu tbe mayor every it sustained without
whether or not waa toy t. ,
a tecooJ charge upon the hapless Mrs GAGE.JOHS LIST 01' J.BTTEIIS, shop auto where good,ware or merchandize fault ur negbgtnee on hi it part. t

1'01111". lly this time, him ever the laugh* Ii. I'aicc:, REMAINING in the Post Office, at St are kept within the said city, and shall alto an The sixth section of the law enact s i|

stetbul seized the pitch: foik with uhichit ttntu Florida, on the 30th t iJuur f port the name of those who have failed to make "That in all instance where a minor hu been 4

gallantly freed the animal and after a James Williams, (Trustee of Mary William.) 1837. Which, if not taken out it a return of their stock ia trade aa aforesaid and or engaged in the military service uf the ,

tetstruggle Mud IMO or three very suires- and Herman tituuiji.NOTICE three months, will be tent to the Genera it shall be the further after duty the of said the first laid tax of Jane collector United titate and wa or shall be provided with :
Id lliatUV GIVEN. That Dead immediately day a horse or equipments, or with aulitasy accoutrements ike head of he aniaguiiut, she in Post Office as Letters.A. to proceed to ascertain and make out the amountof
with Uie act of the Legislative by his parent guardian,and has died. .
tfttfly heat him from' his iiurp ase. Her first Peter Malone, toes due from each store or shop keeper,
Council of ibis Territory,approved JIth December or shall die without paying lot Mid property,
care was now her unfortunate tunther, nliu I Darius Allen 2 L L. Morse agreeably f o the return,wbere return shall have
Iti.M,entitled, "An act to regulate the Esq. and the same ha* been or shall ._,captqrea .
eat with much difficulty, removed to thedareIIing foreclosure of mortgages by the Courts of Com William II. Allen. P. been dude, aud where no returns shall have destroyed or abandoned in the tuanoet bcfort .
house here after a night; passed been made he shall estimate the same according shall be allowed
muti Law ufthis'1'errtturyand for otlier purpose II. John Cation.. mentioned, said parent *
a raexplieablo torture, abe died ,the follow* ,"a petition of the plamtiffin the above causehas Lancaster Drotvn, S muel I'iutlcy to his inch belljudmeDt and assess notice a double thereof tax pay thetctor on making satisfactory (; .

He looming. been duly filed in the Clerk's Office of the Comp. C; let Art. A. Don Joso S'tsU I the upon delinquent who,andjg'ne havethe same as in other case,aad the further; proof thai he u.
Superior Court for Uiia District to be held iu C. do U Penna. parts or parties, may entitled thereto by having /urnisbed the fame."
corrected before the ,tithe shall be
the Cite of St. Augustine, in which petition this mayor aame A, parent or guardian of deceased minor
of the flrattreipcetal'ility Andrew Curtis, 4tb It. considered liable to objection if an appeal shall "
A Rxraoor. A tradesman lands and UnemctUs mortgaged by the defendantto will therefore in addition to such tat.ulaeuJ.lp. "
iu a large city who from the the plaiuliff, particularly: described and Artillery, John P. Reed;. be made to him in ten day thereafter. this pliable to his claim a* i it previously deacrihcd,

BtgittUlf situaiiwu uf a porter, tai std himself set forth. The mortgage is dated the pith ofNo.vember. Denis Collins, S. Sec. &.That the' pnnalue prescribed recovered by have to furnish proof that be provided the minor

.iy merit Iud industry, was one day super, 1S3U. and made I iallio to furuetosnre after James Cross Wm. SiropsoiuCoin.I bfcrean ordinanceshall be prosecuted and with the property therein mentioned| that the

intending the loading uf some paekagestnte.ded the lapse of three years from the date. Tbo D. 11. Ut Artillery thereof. > judicial officer baring coguiganee minor died without paying for such property ;

for abroad. One ufth asshtaucran property mortgaged described in the mortgage SOl'lt. Tho". II. W. Alexander SteelePickson !I Sac.0.That the firsttandisecond: Motion of theordinanceamendiagtheordinancetowhich I and that he,the parent or guardian, i* entitled .
.. tract uf land in Graham's 11. 3d Art for it,by lab having furnished the
M far contrary to the diiectiuus as to induce I" Swamp near, USA. 2' Comp. this io payment
fellow aside and .'let the dividing line between the counties of at. Francis Dustin George ShiverUy, i* an au.endmeDI..DeI or ordinance Oame.
bins part
tu path say every any
Joints and boiinJed Ute East the The seventh section of the Uw enact
Mosquito, on by i
T.E. .
altO ItOY. )fr. O'loonell, conflicting with this be aDd he same are
shall bent sense I
fur I never
ae come road leading to the lanJiug north by Gen Her The Judge ol tnt I hereby repealed and the said collector.inlhe "That in all instance where any person other
'' The grumbled and, in nn unWer lauds and couth minor bat been shall be
jou. porter nandez, west by vacant br collection of the shall be than or engagedin
taxes herein
. hey, exclaimed, '*youreuo* reason t<, be tjeurf F. Clarke,containing by Al'IUrdy iur- Isaac Esterbrook 2d' County Court,.I governed b the provisions oflhe provided ordinance of the military service aforesaid and baa been .

so sharp you was mud better than myself ve/,tin hundred acres!, together with sugar mill Dragoons. Mosquito.F. Jib march or shall be provided with a horse or equipment }
4'other day..' This" Uiuj beard by fail &c.&c." The Tax Collector' 1833.E.B. GOULD or with military accoutrement, by any person, 'Ii.

master,he thuu-t! t it no dr.radatiun 'to tee Ton sniJ petitoin sets fartli that Aid property James "Fnrnham Mosquito. Test Uxaxuroo 81GUI Clk. Mayor, the owner thereof, who baa risked or shall take

fdy *'ir mean I was like you a porter has, stucn the data of the first mortgage been Cun>". G. lat Art. Williha E Turker, the risk of such horse. equipment or military

you truly; and like: you a porter 1 1thottid I twice lUurtu led to Herman tJtuinp. to secure O. Spanith Ton u, Esq.Mnuiirur accoutrements on himself,and the same hat been ).
yon say .
certain sums of money thereir men tinned or shall\yt lust captuteddestruyed,or abandon.dotted *
been afflietei! Galtet, James Thumsod.Co.
have remained if 1tart/ The said first slurs:go tu Jubu II. Price, was WAR DEPARTMENT. I in the mauner before mentioned, such ,

with your idleness your obstinacy and touiignorance. given ta secure the payment of thirty three hundred Thomas R. Orier,' P let Art'y.James January 25.1837. t : owner shall be allowed pay therefor,oa waking .

.*' aud eighty nine dollar*, with legal interestthereon Goodmg, Vv i RULES IN RELATION TO CLAIMS! I satif etory proof a* iu other case, and the

T senu-aanuslly,amounting up to the 16th I II. V. II. Viviott for by an act uf. Congress par I further proof that be Is entitled thereto, by having .

Ace or LAKoToaroisc. The great uf Slay, l:7lo ftlG! MOUths.. Richard Harvey, '\'. Sid 18th January lear,entitled '11 Act 10 provide furnished the same,and Laving taken the

age to which the land tortito attains; is illustrated The said i'aofthi.lurrttotyuntice rtica defendant, now residing out i James Horn, Cnuip. Jacob "-an''. for the payment of horses and other propel risk on himself.

in die case of ant recently fuund in U hereby given of the. A, 1st Artillery Sergi. D. William ty loiter destroyed iu ibe military service cube Uesides the testimony in support of hit claim
filing of Qatd petition, nand that on the second Unileddutesprescribed; in pursuance oft be 4tb such owncrther
the iirckar l .f M, O. Uowersou, near 11anout. Omega Lagrango. lUll Comp. C.4lh herein before required, every
!31oudav of March or as coon thereafter as counsel J. Latham Art'y.M. section of the teLAU fuse will have to prove that be did provide the
?cu. It had engraved on its shell;; caul* heard at the regular term of the atidCUII.t claims under tbe provisions of this act must horse, equipments or military accoutrements
-J. It.-se.*' This recorder was made ,apphcaiiun will b. made Oh the part o( Serg't S. S. \ be presented at abe othce of the Third Auditor therein mentioned and huh Ute risk thereof on

77 years ago; and from the faahits uf the the petiuoner for a judgment of foreclosure. Dr( William Mcluuis, I of the Treasury Department before the end of hinwelf and this proof lhoaJd be contained ina

, 'tortoHP. it is finite protialle that it was said mortgage, arid such legal prucecdings as ELIAS P. M.St. the next session of Congress, aud each must be deposition the person who ba* beta *o provided \

made in tbo iieigbhonughood of the place may be required tu sell the said property uturtga* Augustine.' Fa., 1st July, 1837. substantiated by such evidence a* i is nereiuafte by biD with such bores equipment,or :
I lot benefit of the entitledto designated with respect cases of the class on. j
where tbe tortoi was last foen>l. The age god, the parties legally 1P 1I1'1accou.UIIUD". J
and habit of tortoise constitute an exception the proceeds of the same. NOTICE.D.URING der which it fall. In no case can the piodoctiou of the evidence,
JOHN II* PRICE. absence froths Territory First Clara ofCttsts: previously described be dispensed with unless
to general rut that exercise necessary Uv his Attorneys, my the first section of the law it enacted : of
win the impracticability producui it be clearly
,Esq. act a* ray ago nt Oy
of the
tu health and long life. DOWNING &' ItttOCKENimoUGH. and atomsW.. if OARCALUW. That any field.talT.or other officer mounteimlittiatnan proved, and then.the nearest and best other .

itrtetso nith the above matks, as noticed August lit, 1837., 81. Augustine,June 18, 1837. volunteer,ranger orfcavalry, enga evidence,of which the cease may be sojcepti- If
ta the Hanover Gazette recalls to mind god in the military service of the United titauainee bie, must be furuubed in lieu thereof. Rs h

nit.. once beard related fcy an aged L&\V NOTICE. AN ORDINANCE for the preventing the the 18th of June 1312. or who shall he real. i Every claini9p tutwsccompau.d bye deposition

omen of that State) He had when a buy IIARI.FoB QPWNIM2 t WILLIAM II. running liaise or horse through the ter be in said service, and bar sustained or slul, of the else oq immolating that he ha not

fraud tortoise in a small coPse skirting C imOCKENUKOUUH, having associated streets of tho any city of St.Augustine. sustain damage without any fault! or negligent I received from ana officer or agent of the United .
which traced themselves in the practice of Law will practice on h part while in said se.ace. by the Toss uf e i States any bole Of horses, equipage arm,aceoutrementc -
is fatber meadow on wo iu the Courts of the Eastern District of Florida' Ik it orJII lk4, By the authority of the Mayorand horsein battle or by the loss ofa horse wounded ia I ,mule ..wagon cart boot, aleifh.orJurneas y

ibe ieitials of a neigtour whom be knew.., and the Court oi Appeals at Tatlahasse. Let. alderman of tho city of St. Augustine, that battle and whicb.has died.ur shall die of Aid I [u the cave may be,]in lieu of the ..

t date twenty years before. The boy ad ton addressed to them at St. 'Augustine. E. F. from and after the passing of this aet, no person wound or being so wounded, shall be abandoned property he lost, nor any compensation fur the .

tied bit own initials, and data of the year,I or (during the session of Congress) to Charles shall canter gallop,or run. or cause logo faster by order of hi* officer, and lost or hall sustain I same, and be supported, if practical, by the

tad tbeo let the tortoise run." Thirtv yean Downing. Washington City,will receive prompt than aslow trot any horse,tnare.'gelding or mule, damage by the loss of any horse, by death, original valuation list, made by the appraisers cf
Ir indeed through the streets of this city. Any person or abandonment in consunutfuce of the United a' the taken into the
*r"lrd't the boy; boy no lunger jfatad j; attention. the prupee ty. sawn was
the tortoise aDd added his in St. A Ju.tloeJuly20.b, 1637. 12-Cm violating this act,shall upon conviction thereof States failing to supply sutucivut forage or because United S*.t.ct service w
. same | Tbe bero the Mayor or ether justice of the peace.. the rider was dismounted and aepa.t.dCrom AU etidence other than the certificate of officers
nixie ud the date a second time, Ordinance be fnud five dollars fur the first o&nre aadtei bit hone and ordered to du duty ou foot at! ,who at the time of 'Ullh.m. were in i
amend "An l
artt date was J754f the next 1776 aud tbo AN ORDINANCE to dollar for the.MeonofFdnee half of which station detached from bit horse, or when UM themilitary service of the United tittles, "must
of St.
&ird 1805; coimirislug a period of fifty regulating patrols fox the i&G.City Augustine hall go ta the informer and one half to the citi. officer in the immediate command ordered 01 be sworn ta befqre some judge justice ol the -

years; and yet, it was satisfactorily aiccrts4 passed 23d June the aDd Aldermen of 1 SEC. 2. Ad fctt/rtAer onUsaerf, That after shall order the bono turned out to graze in the I ,or other person duly authorized to ad-
d that the record bad been made each i Be it ordained That by so much Mayor of the first t.ectiODorth. : the passage of this act, no carman draymau. woods prairie,or commons, because the Urn minister oath, and of which authority, proof

** t. witWo tea or fifteen rode of the same : 8 tl Augustine, which tLU U an amendment, or w.&o..r,1baI1 be allowed to go at a fast" ted State failed or shall fail to supply ufficieni should accompany the evidcnc ..
Ordinance to
rate than the common walk of a horse under a forage, and the Iou wu or shall be consequent II. F. BUTLER, '
pet. A circle ol twenty rods wight possi subjects every white male in abitant between. penalty*of five dollar (if t white man,) and i i ia if thereof,or for the loss of necessary equipage in f war adinrim.Approved .
S.-"ewr o ,
Wj have bounded it* pilgrims es for, half a the ages sixteen and sixty years,to patrol duty and free colored person mulatto or shave, U consequence of the loss nf leis borne a* aforesaid January iiO, 1837 i

.tcry.SaPatriot.. be and the same is hereby repealed ol receive twenty stripes and stand committed until shall be allowed and paid thu value thereof: Providtd. ANDREW JACKSON.
hereafter every such person between the ages the'cot of suit be paid; it may however be .That if any pay mCLlt lau been ur shall be I

DElr&aATJ A duelis threatened at sixteen and fifty years,shall ba liable to du patrol optional with the free negro,or mulatto, or mater ., made to any one aforesaid, for the use .ad'lk TaK&lva- Dlr&aT..T,

Portland between tbe editor cube Argus duty in said city. much of any slave convicted of this oSenee to pa or (or forage after the death loss or abandonment Third Auditor Office.January 26, 1827. .

sR4 Mr. Dixon the "ota'h.t'too to toe with See. S. Be it further ordained.said ordinance That ao as requires I. the fine of five dollar*and costs, io lieu of corporeal of his horse Aid payment shall be deduct. Each claimant can have the om, which maybe
rnorsl!!" We fear it will take place, as the of the second section punishment ed from the value thereof, units be satisfied or allowed on his claim remitted to him direct
the Ma>or to detail tea person to 8&c.3. lit iifttrthtrordaiatd That no othe ball satisfy, thip.lDU1er..t the time be made wish that effect aud .
Miter bone /foil on his signifying a to naming
hat borrow here
lent up to our patrol duty every night, be and the same authorized is vehicle whatever,ahai!be driven within the Urn. or mill make the payment, or thereafter show the place of his residence ;but if the money

11.- by repealed,and the said Mayor is its of said city, at a faste r rate than the common by proof, that be wa remounted, ia which ia to be remitted or paid to any other person a .
and required hereafter to detail for pam' >l cut/. slow trot of a horse,under UK like penalty aai d, case the deduction shall uitty extend the timer of to him from the claimant, dn- i
power attorney
A steam boat is inprogress of construction a sufficient number of white male inhabitants if the person or person driving sad bone hosee be wa on foot Ad pnvuted alta, if any payment 11.zecuted authenticated, should be (or.'..
II New York the leuRth of which on deck said city, not exceeding ten, nor lest than five or vehicle contrary to the ordinance shall ahall have been made *r ahall hereafter be warded with the claim. *

wit! boittl' feet and the awuremeut75Q And should elrcumstances, in the opinion additional of minor* the parent or guardian shall be haV! made to any person above mentioned,on account To facilitate the requisite searches,sad avoid

kibe it to bo called the Nentuue. laud the Captain oran P |rol I, require an na' liable for the payment of such penalty a* IDlY; of clothing which he wa not entitled by law delay, in the adjustment of the claim, etta 'i .
II force for the suppression of riots, routs or be for a violation thereof. such shall be deducted from the value .
isteaded for the lino Wtwue New York be imposed payment claimant should name on hi* papers the ply
lawful assemblies during the night season E. D. GOULD Mayor. orbit horse accoutrement" *
1M c.tltMoII.m cost awrly $100,000, of : or master or other disbursing officers M .
? shall call a sufficient number Inhabitant Attest, B. 8ERU1 Clerk. establish claim aDder this provision, the bL.oDl N
trod h ol upon duties a wa*paid for the enrica of MpSMlf. Wagon -
baits sjfidtrtho tttfenuWBdeQce to aid Iud assist him In the discharge of his OJJws Attitlutt Craratoory of SebtbUxct, \ claimant must adduce the evidence: of the officer cart,team boat &. '

CtpS. Peaaover. under the ordinance to wbicb this is an am' 8t.Augustine F., 13th July 1837. $ under whose command he served when the lost PETttt AGNER. Aodfe
endment. occurred if alive ir if dead,then of the but
; Editors of in which the lake of '
s At Reebetter N. T., where the tBaoufaeof Sec 3. Be It further ordained That the Mayor IJAIJTIOlV. surviving officer; describing the property, the the United State newspapers ate published ia the several .

of bread flu heretofore been w may and be is hereby authorised to. dispense PERSONS_ .bwby furb'dfrustio;g I 'nine ihe
**ttsivey. "rated tto r N Botvsett s-el& with 4e patrol altogether "wheneverb willjas.shall ALL, .ray acetont,sec amdetarmiued o 1 Itta happened anti whether or not it wa sustained therein,the foregaiat ralea 'oI a week for(cur .

**"ta detttrt per barrrel. sad potatoes at of opinion lha1th1li1utlO.orthd City not to pay any debt of her eontraetiay. without any fault or negenee on the claim week., and to lend their aasoaut io the Third

111I etfttt per ..1. No eofltraett have tiny nosh lIIOuare. D. GOULD, Mtyof. LUTHER LYEAM AN. ant part The evidence should abo in ease the Anditorfotbayntenr. '. .

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Hale.IN Court of the Dirtrict AN ORDINANCE ralatingto. the patrol of the said city dirtcttA ai above provided. against |I ORDINANCE ,ftrtvitoffottoe
Superior.of City of Ht.Aala.'in. tverysuchdelieoasnurtquiring him to. I meatofaTrwtts
appear tit
eat of Su =
J "tlRTUKof order of tea Judge of the Fast Florida. \\liereasitis necessary and ".et fcnt tOt before the said MaJor at such time u lit shall tiao.

I Cow f Ottft fer the Ccaaty of Mosquito<< PJJT/T/Ofl TO FORECLOSE A NORT the good government of trIG City of tf u Angst designate, and shrew cause, if any ht.bat or can Sc-I. Bffcer&twdlfiJUafcfWttJALstt. .

I will oferfetode. at pobtio tactton in&he call of GAQE.TMOMIS tint" the safety cf the inhabitants thereof "tht chew, should not be assessed against .,. Cttf /SI Aitfttfet TIt at.. .

A ", fit Augtttittt en the fin Monday of Jnat next and others preservation of the public manl..aDd prevention him and tbt return of the said ctnuaandaat shall be appoint annually' by *2 psi M? **
all &tpteet er parcel or L&d containing 600 .C.RocxHiit .particularlynamed ofleaces against the public peace," be anfScitnt jrriau finis evidence of such delinquency Alderman t Treasurer for &e taW ..
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r'ti. aorta more Of lest,being t&t southern pus of a in the petition.term ..
that a regular and elheienl patrol be established ; before entering upon tot tinfeaigt of .ot 5
tract offend retinin i 1500 acres originally therein by the May or and AI4.rmlnolAid city. i Bet.'12. De it further ordained. That if the orbit office, shall jive' a Ivoad te&t&t&ai- !:*

f raa&td. to An MOM Hull by tbt Spanish GOT. .. DiUC Ff UCBMAjr. Wherefore it is here by ordained by the) said I person eo appointed to eom&Jand said patrol of cue thousand dollars with ceo ."ts

......, waited new New Smyrna in Hit HEREBY GIVEN that con Mayor and Aldermen! ,That every white' malt ball neglect or refuse to perform all or any of the and sufficient tartly or sarslie, to tr bt ..l..d

County of Mosquito {inVhat was knowu. u I i NOTICE to the act f the Legislative Uoun inhabitant ufeitd city over sixteen and not exceeding duties required of him. by tim ad,htt&ill on conviction by Unsaid Major sad Abfenats, "'..'Ii'"

Tar bvU's wen swamp. eilofthis'renitory, approved 11th December sixty years cage shall bo liable to do before the said Water be fined in any fur the raitW'll paf.ta .. ettbtss ,.,...

ALSO. 1824.entitled'an act to regulate the foreclosure tcdrol'duty,therelu.8.e. sum not lest than fire dollars* nor eon than Boo* L. _."farMer erdaksedT .si
All that pleet or parcel of Land containing of AlulI,.,... by the courts of Common Law of .2. He further ordained That the mayorof twenty dollars; and Many otbe member of said which have heretofore been v

190 eared; mow or leas,being the southern part ibis Territo",and for other purposes,"a petition said City shall cause every such white mall patrol(who shall have been notified la manner may bertafttr be collected for tfea wiaaMfc.r use aad tZr,

or portion of(a tract of Land also granted to Aut- cube plaintiffs in the abort cause has been duly inhabitant to be enrolled for such duty and that aforesaid; shall neglect or refuse to perform all, fit cflhe aid ctfy.aball paid east III tat?

brOIl Hull eoaiaitttug HW *acres situated at filed ii the Ckrk'a U co of the Superior Court. aidmsyotb. authorized and required to ca.nnot or any pan of the duties required' oflWD by this surer thereof. w

New Smyrna Mos unto County, and bounded for this district to be held in this city of St.Augustine less than ten of the said white malt inhabit.ante act, or shall misbehave.himself or disobey any See. 3. .... '
of / ""' IfC(.
the Tu
OD the North b,land belonging to in which said petition, the tenements to be detailed for each and every night to order of the said commandant,or oldie commandant shall be drawn tram tat B
Mary Duufeaai, dee. having for i iu southern mortgaged by the Aid defendant to the said plaintiffs perform patrol duty within the limits of said city. of his squad bo shall on conviction at a- Treasury efay efet
line of the said cept ou appropriations made the Uviii2
b bouttdary, ...southern boundary ,are particularly described and tetforth. Thu Sec. 3. lie it further ordained, that the said foresail, bt nne/1 in any sum not lest than two Aldermen. aforesaid
aad that
tract of JIlt acr.'ancI fronting on the Ihlltbo mortgage U dated the 10th Ootober IB*J); and mayor shall appoint tome suitable person from dollars nor more than ten dollars: and for the of tube... II orderi ,.Ie

nigh nvtr. made liable to foreclosure after the lapse oi sttn among those thus detailed, to command the same nonpayment of any each fine and the costs of payment Designed bribe money aid by .TNII_..Rat

B. A.Adm'r PUTNAM.tit. A. Hull.fl years from the 26th September d29.! Theproperty for the time being,who shall be obeyed and respected prosecution, the defendant may be taken and by the Clerk.of tha Bo mayor a id.See. pad _....

mortgaged U as follows j- accordingly' and said Mayor shall ruruiablaim committed to prison until said fade and coats shall it
4. Bt /srt4.r.T aired
". March 637. That creUinihouse; and lot of ground lying and with a list ofthe men who compose bit patrol 1 be paid unless be shall be sooner discharged by the duty ofeaid Treaeurtr to ,Thai 14.8.*.

being in .the city or 8t.Aagnsuae in llopital at least twenty four hours before the time when orderof tht said Majorand Aldermen: or execlionmsyboisiued.and'tbt of all which render an

uGourtSOu11hernDistrict Ward fronting on'the street formerly known as the. 'said patrol shall be required to meet; who amount of the judgment quarterly hand* aa Treasurer moneys u aforesaid.aWl cotta..**

v Fiona. Royal street, now called Charlotte street bounded shall ClUI bit men to be duly notified at least levied and mado of the goods and chattels. Heo.f,. Be farther ertmntd

.. in front, on the west by said street and in twelve hours before the laid tune. cube defendant Provided that where the penalty Treasurer shall be allowed) That tatatf
IN CHANCERY, the rear on the east by a lot belonging to tbo See. 4. De it further ordained, that the person of whipping is by this act prescribed; against two t..t WI F.

Win Mania".., John &.. Fontane, FrancesDalesptet. late Daniel Halbert ; on tho north by a Tot now thus appointed to command aaid patrul.! Ihall!havepower any slave, free negio, mulatto or other colored ends cent u pOD half all moneys cent received by ...ada,

Sophia Wallace o.VIlIace, or late belonging to Juan Jose Bosquet and on to keep the men under nis command 1 in person the sentence may be commuted ou the per open alllotus'I
him aa a full lor hit
Frances Delespint, EinUino Detespine, Ala I thus south by property lately belonging to the good order. and to cause them to demean them- payment of a fine of not (less than.two dollars nor Passed llcceuiber compensation Mali. -n_
tilde Henry Delesplne Joseph heirs uf Chrirtobal Bravo and now the propertyLein elves their of service and ,
i properly during term more than twenty dollars tUletberitb tbo E.
ItelMnina. oMottinA llelaiDine. Mary Ie Ies GOULD
.. .raJ.e of Samuel Cook.CenlainluA, in (tool.rrear t that it shall bo liis duty to do so s and that he maJdiyide costs of prosecution._ And {provided also, that Tea BERNARDO Mar' "
: ", SEGULClerk.
: Clark Michael
John Archibald ,
pine, Uryadale. each side
Spanish on into he deem
,twenty them u many squads as may aid mayor shall not be entitled to any costa in
Lazarus,Timothy! Street. seventeen and a half Spanish varas. expedient, and to appoint some member of each prosecutions commenced under this act,but that AN UIWINAfi CE creating the appeiatBtt .

1rT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT Also that lot of land and house thereon in the squad to command the sums,who shall be obeyed all such costs as he would be entitled to charges City Marlialaad for other purBoV

.. bat aH. the above named defendant except city of tit Augustine in barrack Ward bounded and respected accordingly, and shall have power, shall bo taxed up in favor of the said city, and lie it ordained by the Mayor aad M 1dIII II tf

Henry! Delespiat.. reside without the Southern on tho north by the lot belonging the late I and it shall be his dutyto preserve order amongst paid into the Treasury thereof. the City of dt. Aoguatino, That there......
udiculDttUitt of Florida and that they all re Col. J. G. Forbes on the South,by ilarrackSt.on I I appointed a fit and
f ; the men under his command and shall onbeuig See. IX De it further ordained.That person competent pals, to a
last ids witain the Eastern District except the three the cast by a lot lately belonging to Anthony furnished with a list of hi. men,by the comman liable to do patrol duty by virtue,of any this act, known a.the city marshal,whose duty .....
named who within the Dotted States,
reside Proctor. aDd on the west b,000rle'* t5treet.mealurin dent of the patrol give them the requisite noticeof may: relieve himself therefrom by furnishing an be. under abe direction of the Mayortse....
but out of the Territor and that the bill in the ,, north and south nineteen varas and itho time of meeting.<< able bodied substitute,but such shall be into and report all nuisances and all |_1Pli_
cause u filed.-OBDEBJED that the aid defendant two feel,and east and west, ;jwonty nine yarns, BCC. & Da it further rfnhineJ, that: the said liable for any neglect or refusal obil.u&.titute.& the city or"uaauco.lo collect testimoay SfuMt

*,except the last three named,' appear and the the said boost and lot being at tho date or said patrol shall, (unless otherwise directed by tile to discharge all or any of hit duties, and for every and prosecute under the direction ef sad MnejL

am wer said bill of within this order two and months that tin after three mortglge,occupied by tho family ofGeorgo A n- Aid Mayor and Aldormen.) meet at o'clock, P. obedienco of orders or act of disorderly all offences against tiw city, and also to distatMi

Grit pablieetioa the derson E q. M. at the City Council room which shall be their conduct of such ,substitute aa though ho himself all tin duties which belong to and art 4j tC,
last named defendants appear and answer Also that certain tractor lot of ground in the head quarters and where that portion or the patrol was guilty thereof and the said subatitue shall god by Ute City Constable. The said CtfvlUf.
amid bill within four months after the first publiettion -
i Ibis order otherwise the raid bill bo takeapr city of Su Augustine known by tho name of who may not for the time being be on active also be liable therefor tu the same penalties u hit shsl and shall also be charged wcb fwd...]...
'. Southern lot bounded on the west, by Carlota duty shall remain daring tho night, and that said principal. charge all the duties of city messages sad

4 And*it.a.further.... ordered that this, order be street; on the north by a lot,called central lot;on I patrol shall remain on duty until! broad daylight ticc.14. De it further ordained That the said clerk of the market and shaligive kit.uVa&ae.

.. 0 Herald the east by the waters of the harbor and on the on the next morning. .Mayor with the advice and consent of the upon the Mayor at such; times aaleaj .
ublishel.aee a week in the Florida may
p in St. four,consecutiyt"months. loath.It y a small alley or lanemeasuring in fronton Sec. 6. De it further ordained that the commandant said Aldermen for,uod cuss flora, remit all or think necessary and expedient tad ..-a strew.
pabliskta' Augustine.for
'\ Carlota street, seventy three feet, and in of the patrol shall on meeting, divide any part of said fines and penalties, or excuse I meetings of Council and be in atteaduesilsuch

Dated, Dste ber7th. 183(3.( depth four hundred and fifty feet, down to low tho tame as near.may be convenient into twe any person from the performance of patrol I'' meetings to discharge suds oilier teas

,. JAMES WEDD, Ju,.. water mark. equal parties one which shall be placed on ae duty or dispense with the patrol altogether, if at may bt required of him audar thi orders el
also all that certain of Hospital m'Ttut '
Jot ground ,aad
Mayo Council.
A Get, live duty until one o'clock A. M., and the other the military authorities Il take such IDea.i i
o ward/ city of 81.Augustine,bounded ou tho shall remain said council to the said City irshal shaH
A. A. B.JACKIOR, Clerk. at room subject surss aa iu their opinion to render it uuneessary rtctrft aa SMI
west in fronton Charlotte street, on the south order of the commandant of said patrol when and that this ordinance shall alwaysreceive al salary of ont hundred dollars to ba MU

City Taxes ler IS 37.Tllfct by a lot and remises occupied(at the date oldie they shall relieve the party on active duty a liberal construction but the first and quarterly | and shall also be entitle te fe
mortgage,) b.1 William Iavingston on the north I ... r.o.fur she ..ivice of
IJftUERdlGNED notifies all who on beiiis relieved shall repair of second sections thereof shall not to construed sat procesaa a BQ.A
: bl a narrow laae.wlaleb separates it from proper- said room and remain there subject to the'like order to extend to who have been moxtered lowed by law to County COt &lblet.
receiving :
thai be has commenced any person may
f' eo. tf,at the data of the mortgage,owned and occupied until discharged in tho morning, and it shall into the ofthe United States Sec, "it And be it further ordained.TluufMof
the Taxei fur the current (1837) military.service
Crty year by the said Dirk Fleucbman and tho five dolllars shall.
; on be the who shall be in be _
of the officer command imposed
daty die
tad will eonititut to five them until the first or of this Territory, until he shall have been discharge POI .y
eut byllatauzarivor. at Aid to to be kepicon.talatl City Marshal fur every rae
room cause light ; tordat.r..t
of July null ar If which period she City Ordinaace And also, all that lot of ground,in said city of from such service; of him ordiuauces
and take existing
burning there to charge bathe ,or naicfi
will be aaforced against all defaulters. lie St. bounded Sec.! 15. De it further ordained: That all ordi- sat'
Augustine fronting east, on St. hereafter be
and mulat toes, or other paswd.
keep safely
any negroes |
further notifies th at persons who have neglect George Street ten Spanish varas,and in depth coloured all tear ce.alld pan: efordinateesheretofore in force Sec. :3. And be it further ordo1
disorderly personswbo 1fd.
ltellon.and 'I\at> 1M
od to make the return of their 4tock" in trade, in this city relating tu patrols to patrol duty
forty bounded the
six varas, on north by tho I marshal before
and of their negroes, in aeeoidance with the City !souse and lot of Joan Gianoply south by the may be arrested and brought tbero. by any of said be and the same are Hereby repealed, and that office shall: give bond entering upon" the duties tfkt
will extend tha time until patrol. this ordinance: shall be in force tram and after i its I payable to'tberkjtfa
mat be
house or Antonio cast St. '1
Uaya, by George'sStreetand See. 7. De it further ordained,that said patrol Augustine, in the |>eual suns of iw. aaadM
tht lOtft int t., which the books will bo I F.WKEDOK:: :: ; Mayor.
closed and the on I ne will day be imposed., fops. deceased.west by the house and tot of Antonio shall have power and they are hereby authorized passage.Passed Junc23d,1830 dollars for the law faithful performance.,Lit.....
to enter into an disorderly house, vessel orbolt according to
Those in arrears(or City Taxes,or(or rent And also all that lot of ground in tho said city where theYlbal have reason to believe that aD1 See. 4. And be it fuitlier ordaiotd., That
City iota or houses, she requested to come forward of St. Augustine bounded follows -On the i
: lave or slaves are harboured trafficked or dealt City Ordlu teB. rdinanres parts of irUiiaucrs coairart toine
and pay them,to prevent further expense south by an alley on the north by a lot of the with whether same may be occupied by white An ORDINANCE requiring the draining o iutent a ud UM'aning of this ord saaa;a.g
Ha be found at his deco in the Cour
may heirs of Marco Gcradarrama, on theeast, by a lot persons or others,and to apprehend all disorderly Maria Sanchez Creek. I be same are ...-rkby reeakd.PaMcdt'dliJui.c | .
House from U)to 12 and from 3 to 5 o clock daily -
t of tho heirs of Andreas Hemenos and the
on persons who may be found therein and take them Do it ordsined by the Mayor and-Aldermen brIbe I-CI7.
a west by a lot of tho estate of Michael Crosby to said room and detain them there until they City of St. Augustine That >ou owning I i':'. II. GOCUJ, MIJ.
measuring in front cast and west, fifty seven and can be taken before the laid mayor and that the lots borderiug: or through which' the aid Test D ..Sect- Clerk
Asssssbr and Tax Collector. upon
half feet,and south and
depth north sixty commandant of said patrol or of the person .arresting creek called Marta Sanchez creek within the : AN UItUI.% NC.
St.Avf8 unettnd June, 1837. more or less. l : 'II ain+n such slave or slaves or disorderly person limits of said city run, shall the sawn entitled 'an
And open ordinance tu regulate' tw
also certain aw*
a tract land i
d".er' sr Tax C'elfcefor'a, four hundred and four acres, containing situated or persons shall report to the said Mayor,the opposite to or upon their respective., so that t granting and i*.nin;; licence lor tbe re "
next morning under oath the cause of their cap be same bo properly draiaed, and if and of .. .
4 NO'.J1.1.VB. in the County of St. Johns, Territory may pirituuu. %i wu and other iatnx.
and detention and it
turn shall be the duty of saidlisyor
; such shall after duo notice from the sad
aforesaid on the Eaat lido of St. George's lAke person litiioi| >, within the Cify '.(rii. .qu sap
the |
liable to Taxes for to examine tbo exhibited
pay yea charges aguns anti Council tu do it h.II be I. ."
Mayor neglect for other .
> PERSONS now in the r of Mosquito the first liao sly purl| >>c
; .
with Ordmancipassed ccunty such slaves
I' all and
a City I or disorderly person*, ou conviction
live duty oldie said Slay and GomtiiU to De it urdsuu l 1.
or canto d ilo' slat
running north thirty east chu..ts; from a ; art and .\IJ.! ,..
on the 9th March IU33, and with i an ordinance sixty to punish them if white persons by a fine the bo :
second line same to opened as aforesaid at the proper the City afure-iiU that it sJnll not U la. .
In amendment thereof publUhed in the!I cypress a pine tree ; south seventy not exceeding five dollars each nor less than two f |
east thirteen,to a third line north cost and charges of the owner or owners of such any ,learns many viuou. spiritual
piue snl
; .
3d iasl make sixty dollars each
Herald on the are required to re or by imprisonment not lets than
lot lots
four east fifty, to a pine fourth line south or the said: cost and charges to be recov- other intoxicating liquors l I.v true bottle
turns tao according to Law on or before tin I ; fifty twelve nor more than thirty six hours or to commit geesash
une next at my officeits the Court House I west aixtr to an ash; sixth line formed and boun or recognize them to before the Superior red or such owner or owners b/ au action of I any larger quantity tube drank iaaaatl .
libstwsen ded by said lake appear before the aid Mayor ot any suclijtu- bourn or shop or in about Us fepremises. '
tbt bouts of 9 and 12 in the morning, Court at the next term thereof to answer said upon er
The law will be enforced against all defaulters, The aforesaid tenements, mortgaged u afore charge and if slaves, free'llI1d mulattoes with t peace residing in said city together .or to permit any such viaoas, woua

(;it:o. L. PHILLIPS, said are subject to previous assignment made or other coloured ,to cause them to be fi(111"r cent d.mle-Ihereon. I malt, or other intoxicating liquors tu tsfej
Assessor Tax Collector.St. by the said Diik Fleishman dated 12th October punished by whipping persons, not exceeding thirty nine See. :V. Co it further oidaiued;That if the owner I drunk under a peunity, (if. white or freeorfe
ItttO,to his trustees Davis Floyd Edward R. or owners of any such lot or lots shall. be nonresidents : ed penult) of twtuiy duliir for cfcsa
Aogustine, 10th May, 1837. stripe upon his or her bare back.and house every
;, --- Gibson. William II. Simmons and Gee ri6bs_. .. where vinous other any liquors having na agent in said city er if baring to be recovered before Mayor said efrf
--- -- ---
---- --- spiritoos or intoxicating I '
I+ NOTICE.WILL I all or"iaocntben resided in the city of St. Augustine may be retailed or any othetj trading ol such agent the said agent shall refuse to comply i i any Justice ofthe renidiog idereia;s
,intent for the benefit cube creditors of traffic carried on, in which slave hal with the provisions contained in tbe first clause half to the use of the said city and fee sties k*
BE SOLD the 3d In
may any
c should U irk Fleishman: for debts due on the be found the without written I oldie Pure oiag section theu it shall be lawfulfor to the one of any person who ins *
during night may

the Court House season
: nest, at in the
date of said the said Mayor and council to cause the said the aid .
assignment and after the cover and if
payment from bit her a slave
Cit oiSt.A natirseBIXhIUNDRED authority or master, mistress IJMa.
AND oldie same,the surplus>> amount oldie aid property in which slave creek to be opened and properly drained through nine stripe, to a his or her
NINETY ACRES OF LAND belonging to overseer or employer, or any or b idjld
assigned as aforesaid, was to to the I such lot or lots and to tel .It mach thereof at back upon pl said
slaves, free or mulatocs, other colored Uajsr
she Estate Hijtar Darca. late if South Car. negroes or
aforesaid if abould public auction to the highest W de'.oo after giving any such
mortgages any amount bt ,shall at time be found or.iu JDlk afte "ne.
olins,deo..ita.ted in St.Johns County, about due totem. persons any thirty days notice ol sucf! ale in some public I Passed .
\ eight miles south of aaid eitr and en the westside which any breach of the peace shall take place \ i 2t March 1'37.
The following tenements are included in tht newspaper printed in said city;aa will be sufficient i GOULD
of Matanxu River,being a of tbotiaet or whenever any person or person persons E Jlijsr.
part said to the costa of D. SEGUI
and which Test
mortgage, art not subject to tht shall be found associating drinking or pay and charges opening .
of 790 acres formerly owned by Don Pedro gambling '
said asstenmen -to wit and draining together with finperceD"thereon
Miranda; sold by order of the lion. EUaa with negroes, mulattoes or other.colored "upcrior Court-East
and all costs s provided that the
B.Gould, Judge of the County Curt, to satisfy AU that certain oase and lot ofgrouncJ.ln said persons or where any betting or gambling for of lot lots always sold owner IN CHAXCERY.FJ
or owners or
any so or
City ofSt. Angustiaebounded North and Eat other thing, shall! take any pan
the d.IM'.fuid. Estate. money, or any place, Peter .
by lots belonging to Gomez either in or portion thereof may redeem the same byfpay* .iJ )
CHARLES DOWNING. Adtn'r. Urirada ; lOath a the day time or night season
VJ v Six
St. Aegustius,May 29th.! 1637.IHarskai'g lot belonging to the heirs of Antonio Mier; andwest shall be deemed and taken to bo a disorderly within ing to the twelve purchaser months or after purchasers such at sale any the lIaM NvbeniiabBnub,do 1 P &I'
I by Charlotte street. And Also, all that house within the intent of this act and the license Motion oldie oan.ON
i Sale.IN certain tractof land situated in the county of Mos for keeping the came may for either of said causes amount ofthe purchase money together with SoGa
in the '' one hundred per cent thereon and all coats aad lain been made toappesfaffidavit.
quite Territory of Florida and
VIRTUE of a decree of the ,in what heal be revokea rendered entirely null and .void .
Superior all subsequent which: the said 'J'o Arredondo.and Laaus
led Black and expenses porcaaer ti
MeDoogtlT. Swamp bounded and thus found drinking
V aa whiteperson apreciating
,and to me directed I will any H
to lea MelaioiB,
.expose or purchasers have incurred I
fotlcws may by openingand .aTauFatinllnt'l '
;beginning the pine marked W Y M with mulatto 1 I
betting quarrelling

; any negro
public sale on the 22d day of August next, be. lobe It
first line runs south, thirty fie degrees east I other colored who all be deemed draining such lot or lots together with the i 'a Salr
; or
tweeD tbo boars of 12 and 1 o'clock of that day measurin addition ofone hundred such ex- Eliza U. Cltlb. U.Intosh .
hundred and percent
one upon
in front of the Court House door, in the City of fifty our chains, a disorderly person within the intent and meaning ... Clinch, Mary
twelve linn,to another pine>> with tho same of this act and shall be treated accordingly pen. I 0
St.Au ustiae. lot of known L.
} one ground by the mark Pasted in Council)20th March 1837.: CIDc Jr. ,
or letters second line 1.0'
I ; runs north sixty Sec. 8., lie it further ordained That it shall
of John Leo Williams' Lot
name : ofGroand. and M.
four degrees east, measuring ono hundred and ho the of the E. D. GOULD,Mayor. NieoJ Clinc. George .
duty made
on complaint
Ed.1o T.J.ncke. for mayor i _.
laoftfafeii. to a debt of four chains Test D. SEGUI Clerk. eight !fnrl.I.:Joseph Daniel
fifty and twelve links.
bounding on before him or whene'er he may have reason to be
three bunirad and fire doilara and Clarke
f twenty ninety the lands ,aportioo.oldie i is B
(' of Don
formerly Robert Hove that
) McIIardy have violated
any persons
nine cents with interest thereon to be person reside out aad
,I tad (roan the 27th day of March, 1837 at the compu rate to a tree, notched pine; thence tho third lino any of the provision of the latter clause of the Notice.To Im in United ofl.Tmif.oe .
tans north thirty five degrees tnreatono hundred next preceding on of this act to issue his t I
of process
i eight centum till That \Vest Indie .
per per annum ALL
and four chains CONCERN
,twelve links, to a pine with forthwith in the name of the city of St.
is to all that certain lot cf absent defendants
say or parcel ground do
four uotches;thence with taboland. of Don Oo Augustine directed to any constable in said especially Creditors, Heirs, Leg appear and answer.
situated and being in the aforesaid of St. bill
City taviua Mitchel the fourth 1 atees and all others interested in the Estate of Complainants oC t'omptaiat, en
; such .
nt rune south sixty requiring person or to before
Augustine, containing forty feet in front and persons' appear the 20th day of !
five of CAROLINE ELIZA MclIARDr. September next,
degrees welt, one hundred doc'd _
fifty' four the mayor and aldermen at such time as tbe t
feat in and bounded
depth Aid bill will 1 be taken .
u .
chains and twelve links,to the shah The subscriber administrator of said estate in. ,, /*& I
said shrew
beginning con mayor designate to cause
follows Hut is why
to say on the north by a lane And it is further that this order bslisbed
called Partner lane which the said lot taining by sntvey,two thousand three hundred Iris her or their ice nee should not be voiced and tends to apply. to Ibo Judge of the County Court order

I e onthe West by a lot on of dfrancis Cue on fronts the and seventy fivt.acws of land,bt the urns more pronounced null and void and the said mayor for Court the County of St.Johns the session of said September once next a In Dalil.! u.,f .
or less. shall also issue which be to be holden at the city or 8t.A arsine
South by a lot of one Pons wbich wa, at the And Also All that subpeonas may net in.said Canaty albs second at St.Angnatint thus llth day tf March lIILOBT. '
E time of fee. execution of aid certain tract of land con cessary on behalf of said city orwishedon behal Monday October
mortgage occupied RAYMOND '
#0 taining one thousand and next/or a discharge from hit
five defendant administratorship UD.
seventy acres, situate cube or defendants
9: by one Susan Mcrphy,and on jbo East by a in the of St Johns of said estate ; and will then and there Judge E. r..
toast "'Iot clone Almanacs The said lOort.III" county in be Territory Sec. 8. De it further ordained,That it shall presto Copy Attest Bup
&ea then in the aforesaid,at the place c.UedJack Wright's, near i be the duty of said patrol and of each member bis accounts with said utate, and vouchers, and
being B.
pre possession QIBI
!. CUn.
the river St.Johns and make a final settlement oldie _
i and aetoaj occupancy of tat said JAn Let Wil bounded north by Trout I thereof tq arrest all slaves fret negroes mulst- svme.

I liana and also the dwelling house, outhouse, Creeksontkby{ Picolata Creek; east by lands of toes and other colored persona who may be WILLIAM WILLIAMS.. leTIC..

ttoiidiafs and edifices, and the grove, orchard Dr.T. Travtra, or formerly his lands;and west : found in the streets after the boar of Nint o'clock Adm'r of C. E, Mcilardy dte. S web appff I '
said river March 7. 1837.
sad treat en said loi. I P. M without pass from some white person Gitim. ort CtMttfoaea fit.
C .
TIM above named property it levied on aa the All which the aforesaid property and premises duly authorized to give it and to take tnem to County (0 t e .

Property of Joan Lee Williams, to satisfy Edwin from the beginning of this nouct. were mortgaged their respective homes owners or employers or MAYOR'S OFFICE, I I o SCIPIO free black, ..C'deceased.

T. Jeaekesef a debt of three hundred and tnen aa aforesaid to secure the dUI payment of to detain them until the next morning and report ST. ACOOSTISE. 20th; July." 1837. C I IJ.

ty fivt dollars ninety nine cents, with interest certain debts due from the aid Dirk Fleiachman them to the said mayor. MAYOR announces to his fellow-cit- ".' .
.. to the aforesaid petitioners, amounting in the Sec. 10. De it farther ordained that It shall bt THE
&. .,II also two dollars and fifty cents cost. under the orders of the City
whole together with lawful interest thereon up I the duty oldie commandant of said patrol to Council that circumstances
WM. G> DAVIS, Dep. Mar- have arisen, which, .
July 1118,1887. 24 to the IOtltbe 36th day of September, 1630 813,371)), obey all such directions of aid mayor at may in hit opinion, trill justify him in suspending theoperation PLO..4 .J .
time be him for the
at any given conduct ef said oldie ordinances relation to
/ ., oil NOTICE 6- The said Dirk Fleischman now resides oo- patrol not inconsistent this or any other and tiuteonasqutntly they win not bo detailed, EVERY WEDNESDAY,

) ITS HEREBY GIVEN That f THOMAS Dooo.Jfl. yond that it the limits without of the jurisdiction of this Court I law in the Territory of Florida. for tbatatnrul from this time. unless the pnblie .1

uiEaa.raadt application to hart)a part and a suit to say has, this the been Territory of Florida i Bee. 11. Deit further ordained. That it shall exigencies shall require it. Hereafter that duty 1 3E. aow.A"

t tfffet road Leading North from this city (and Court for this day District brought to in the Superior be the duty oldie commandant of the patrol to wilt be performed by the company of local militia
saw eteniag.Itnda of aaid Douglass) dosed and City of 81 and, held in the make a report in writing, to the said Mayor within which baa been organized! with special referenceto FIVE DOLLARS PER ANKtJtffAYAXLX .

..Iee.".. day of March Augustine next at,the on the second Mon mae boars alter bt shall bare dismissed his the protection defence of the City of St. HALT. TIAEtT 15 LDTAfK"

Oa Saturday Uis 9Cih day of August,at 4 P. aaid Court regular ton of the patrol, stating therein the name of every member Augustine. .
application be made
t. M.,wt"txataino! the ground and report upot -. oldie said petitioners for ,on the part who shall have failed, neglected or refused to The Mayer for himself tho Board of Alder* e..

) said appll lotion. s aura of the aid a judgment of foreelo peiform his duty u required by this act,or who menand in btbalfof public,tenders I his thank ADQa1ISXxzKnleatO[

AH parties!! intertsted.' art requested to attend dings ft be mottgzgeanf sv h legal procee shall bafft been guilty of any disobedience or to his fellow citizens for tho promptness and ur. .nt.- I

EDWIN T. JENCliES, ICora'rs u f ty mortgaged may for required the benefit to poll of the the said proper disorderly conduct while under his command, cheerfulness that has been so generally manifested ly lo each ... .

A.1VATSON, > Roads of JOHN mortgages.<< stating particularly what duty was neglected or acquitting themselves those obligations par I.hattl. ;

P. WEADMAN. Sr. )A bridges for RODMAN refused to be performed and the misconduct ordisobedis which we all alike owo to ont another and to cue kf tea a ,

t II.A8&l.I, July'i3,1 1837. 88th 1835-Ally the Pttitioafre.8pt. ire of which any mtmhtr may bare the Country. A discount at*** to,Awe .. .

... been i"'l.ftd" it shall bo the duty of said Kay ,4 Eo D. GOULD,Mayor. .by tto1. .

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