Florida herald

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Florida herald
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine Fla
E.B. Gould
Creation Date:
August 25, 1837
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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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.1- .1(1 TIli0MI T l.. Sec. 2. Bait further enacted, That the same Indians, but they 'were gone. The; tbe opposite side, two, of Cap- )Mellon-I, plkhcd. G co.\Call, returnee JQ in.lie. e, t 't& I' I

said company! shall: have liberty to transport column p roc cede a on iu march to near the \ men swabs the river, launched the boat, at' ready to mirth, nhitb' was" vet Ind !
passengers; produce goods. and merchandize, plantiou; of Air. Hngao when the spy com t the! same time cryfug out fresh signs of Indian i- disputing with the iocfa tl
of every description' in steam boats and stages *'- pany discerned the house of 31r. lagan I i in !I *. The boat vas paddled over by theseheroic I ground together with enemy its every v t 1
rtk Arr from New Orleans to Si. Joseph, and; flames :.00 arrival at. the placo the trail'', men, when the regular commenced liver; for I believe ptuage lodlvidtfal over l tba 1 .
'ell"'"here as the director- or a majority of of the luiiian was immediately discovered(immediately to cross in small numbers, :. the every* I preseattxpected f tt
enemy. now ordered
them may deem advisable but shall oxer .. going into puiuf..',O yards Slow tho marching out on hind to a small open plain : l by Gen. Call to retire rolll bo, let ktb. t ..
I ciso no other: privilege, ) or franchise, burning duelling.; Gov. Cull 1 promptly'' 400 )11..1' from the river, which afterwards defending the wheeling line. It wasale .
f not herein ekpressly coufered. came up and hi* command in such piovrd to bo the battle ground of the 1\'itb- cutetl with a firirne and s asmm of gallantry 1? t! I \Ii
I Sec. 7. Ho it further dctcdVThat the position that the enemy could not escape ; t lacoochee. There being only one day more which none hut victosjons .
w director of the said, company shall settio the a spirited attack commented first by the spy for the volunteers to serve and provisions :: evince. Immediately when the troops left of there could !: It
book and accounts of said corporation at company, commanded (by the Into and lamented almost out, anl before them an itnpasibble I. tiring column rested the bank I
OF TIM2 LEGISLATIVE least once a year.aud submit detailed state Captain George fjb.rthicb dis I river some of the volunteers did refuse to liter, which they reached on utet of the f .
? OF THE TKJUIITOKVUF oient of the transactions and affairs thereof covered tbo Indians and ittiiocfliarcty; bjr tjio proceed not "'vlth.iandi-iii. 'I'"..", <*hr>.ntof I -.- r-......yip'".rnaer Inusee, the qr.e j r.l '
COUNCIL to the stockholders at their annual nesting, entire command; killing four ladtaoji wjiowere :Gen.Call tv crwi.thesa, few desertedaod; for tllc1'c.lme immediate1! to toe opposite 1 '
and declare such dividend of their actual se.o, but wounding dangqrdusly five purged by their departure, the volunteer ; bank yelling the war-whoop, which was ,

Act for tlte relief of profits ihereofas the conduction of said com of, our men. command of its dross. The remaining ,I'volunteer.iC promptly answered by our men, when the ; :. !
\CT repealing an ; and the stockholders shall Tbe column was in motion for Mica ithad been possible to over
of land iu certain parry may justify nut get, ;f enemy ceased duiurb the army b1heir 1 I'
Cirllttfu and cluimaut' have& power to make such by laws for the nopy when 1 saw General Clinch for tbo would have crossed and acquired a fame for [I savage musc.
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rliefaptruvod| i'the eb Governor, and LegiKmeCmtuc.l i*- government of said company as they may first time, accompanied by an aid-dc-canr, gallantry u* unrivalled as ever wasobtaiuod I During this enagemeDIlh.regulars gad t\
, Be it tlu'r*d by.... of Flor3iTl 1 deem proper, not inconsistent1 with this who came out from Micdticpy on hearing 1 by vicloriou troops. When the regulars I volunteers behaved with great gallantry: ,
the Territory
the uf this- I charter or tho laws of the Territory of Flo Our wounded were taken to Micauopy. were half over iu number. 1 crossed with ,I their paring heroism>> justly! acquired from I .
.& .t Iron mid after Act for passage the relief of rida t tho urmv encamping, near it. The General Clinch, in oider to aid in the pas I r, them fame which obloquy cannot as* .
ad. au act entitled An of Laud iu certain t Sec.+ 8. He it farther enacted, That this next day Gov. Call fell back to l'aiuell1rai- age of the entire army, Inch was then :. sail. With such men and officers victory ,
Gf ee ue .llu Claimant t.ctJruaryl.Jtb; 1 ?33be I net shall be-in force for fifty years and no rie, in order to get corn Iud fodder more proceeding with all speed, the regular :: would Lo the result in any mates / ry:
c rttw ea"c* approved I longer. conveniently fur our horses; furage being in the canoe, the volunteers driving their SAMUEL PARKHILL, : .
seJ the same it i hcreVy repealed., i scarce at Micanopy. Next t'day again wo I; horses into the river tending their saddles, I I t I

:5cco;,. I6'1 fuller. cuactfd, by tho au took up the line nf march for Fort Drane, j.-&c.on raftsmade hurriedly for the occasion, J Hi WEtroan GKJT. i .
h"tn1l revenno Ian IJr OE9.: FAnRUtLL TO GOV. CALL. i nt: TO CALL. w
_tit) sfrresaiJ, the plantation) of GeH. Clinch, which place j when Gen call discovering a log mi the op.
,artl'f hit rrpealed or modified by IBidad Spriugwood, 18th July, 1837. was reached about ten o'clock the 24thDecember fJu ito side, requested Geu. Clinch to 'haveit { TaUhissee. Idih July18JT.To ; ; .
in tf manner whatever be declared To hit excellency II. K CALL : lg5 when Gen Cull formed B' put into the in'er. iu order to furm a I'nort'' his E eel!away. R. K. Call' d

suns! {eiii full force, iu likerp.uurr Dear Sir : Your letter of this date, set junction with Gen. Cliuch. 'I'Ia" latter be-I prompt; passage.: It was immediately: : at- > HIR.--Yours of t'o.' 15th IJIS :-i is at hand j

and tu.the -nlUe extent been if thai a* they act or hut tins forth various interrogatories, relative: to lug& iu the regular scr uc: gave; him command I Icnipted: J>y all present, (Geu. Clinch inclu- requesting mo to state the conversation: i jwhich
wr of them would have had I the battle of Withlacoocher.. on the 31st over the former, i'rcvubly to ibireeg- : deL) At thu tuns the regulars had all look (place between Geo. Clinch: aad .
;ingoing ectiou repealed never December, 1835: between the white and red uldtiun of the l" ) (seu. I crossed, aud marched to the 'field mentioned; yourself ou the Battleground, on the 31st i 1

beta pa* vd.pjruvcd. {rnao, in whicb y"unelraud) Central Clinch. Clinch assume:, the command. of the entire : at that! U101llCUtfhell the log was about to of December, 1833. and in what situation
\ 7th 1'.cbolB3i. ?ere commanding Generals, is just received. vuluuteor and! regular fotre then at Fort !I be hurled into the river and every nerve Gen. Clinch was when you met Km on that I
-- and the contents particularly noticed. In Draue. Ou the 25th of December, the com* strained lo accomplish it, an Indian fire was day.
Autt tu incorporate the Florida. Tram giving! an expose of that engagement, of mandiug General 1 done tne the honor to appoint tuade on the regulars\ aud on the volunteers, 1 distinctly recollect joining YOU soon after 1

p rtatii l1u Company. and \' hich so much has been said, and respecting me tho Adjutant (General tho Army I When the cry of I ud.aun, generally you crossed the river and rode with you I
til it cuacteu by the Governor Legit which there has been such a perversion of in Florida, then under his command when proclaimed, my horse stood near me, having : until you met with Geo. Clinch. but have -
alive( Council of the Territory of Florida Leis, facts, that I, with diffidence, attempt an an* 1 immediately) entered on the duties' of the been swam over: by one of tbo Indian guides :, no recollection of any conversation which
Bta. Chaires,\1'illi>trn Craig, Romeo It. C., swcr. for I assure you, every sentence I office. Ou the same day Gen. Call with 1 promptly mounted and was with tbe took place ut that lime_ my attention being
JtttaG. amble, John C. McClay. Asher have heard, verbally or teeD in print, have that promptness and decision of character mand when the first general firo wa com-I: directed to otber duties, flea CUnetynost
Alko J, Peter W. Ciautter Jr. Allen ; j been so garbled, that a shadow of truth set* aud untiring industry in the camp for which on tbe line, Gen. Clinch's I undoubtedly' was on foot at the time you met
W'jllum 1). I'rice. E. Jeoup& Wow:, A.Day lruf* duin appeared. 1 cannot account for this ho is so much distinguished, divided his volunteers the field was discovered being ultimately him and unaccompanied by Col. Read. t

f.r tI i. U.. 5. Hawkins. great difference of opinion without chargingit into companies, ami sent them out kuoiui to the enemy, who nn doubt eudea v- ,I You also requested tae to stat the eon '
id \Yebster II. It. Wood, John JcukiuI'-1 to perhaps, its proper source, to wit : as scouts, fexauiiuiug the couutiy rouud Fort used to cut him down, a ball having passed',I versation which took place between Gen.
' Uibrwl Floyd, Hubert Itevcridge that the smoke of the battle field so addled Diane, Orange Lake, &c. in order to find if I;I through his clothes,aud cap immediately ou ,I Cliuch and yourself after the banJo/ was. *
\ wilier I persous associated! with theta dect.rcft, shall be ![, the brain, that reason and recollection w tre possible, the enemy. '"These! scouts were ;I arrival, and bit horse wounded, hedismounted ter and the troops bad formed for the pro
awl. arc hereby constituted Dull to I, unable to pnlorui' their office thereby form performed, but found no Indians. During 1 and remained ou bis feet during tbo entire tection of tbe wounded in recrostiog the rir-
6e lMHly4(>olittc and curporatebr, the name ing a vacuum in the acts of that day.: our stay at Foil Diana, Geu. Thompson engagement with his men. Ueiug his | .

and J s }!0 of tho Florida TraasfortatiouUimtjiauy I I I 1 have seen lo day, with pain aud regret, Itod;'cisaud t'I'i, at Camp King, fell vic-I adjutant general, 1 had through him the er.That conversation 1 am positive appeared
and by that name they aud' their in the Augusta; Chronicle aud States Rights rims to savage cVuelty, the notoriety which : command. Col. Head, the inspector general I to turn on who should attend to the trasi*
*#rce. <.r, and fSsibns; shall be capable iu : Sentinel, n communication from General i i. so well kuu,,". The f.ieutily Indian at .Major I Lytlo aid do camp of General ,!,: portation of the troops in recroarog then rcr,
1 I." of suing and toeing, tiled, pleading Dud '! Cliuth iu the form tf a reply to the charges CauipKiug new ordered to Fort Draue, to : Cliuih, and Major Wellford aid de camp of I j II I when you emphatically urged to Gea Cliacb J
(dug im|'l.adtJ, ans\\eriu: Dud being an 11ewrts.suJIdaccsw'hatwcvoi' I ailed cd agaiust him Gov. Can,, giving again act as guides, together with old Nero (Gov. { Geu. Call rode their horses during part of i i that you would, being much his juoipr sad
Mteml unto defending and defended; ; i + statement of the battle of tbe Jlst, Call's guide) to Ibo Withlacoochee which 1 tho eogoemcuttitb me, until Col. Read, better able to Lear Ibo fatigue of nb a -ta- '
1 : shall hyveto I m which: 1 discern some errors. I am there wa then iu contemplation. The friendly now Geu. Head was wounded, when 1 requested 111. Gen. Clinch consented to toe pwposi-
t.r luako and! U60 Ji mtuou seal, aud i fore induced by a feeling of justice to give a Indians informing the iwo Generals that! tholuduo him to leave the field and scud (;eo. mien, and crossed about two hours before the
I, the Mine ut pleasure to tiller and amend), i 1 literal iM sl l ..f your first movement (ruu were uuuuUicd uu the banks of that i Call if possible. He immediately went to 'I
and.era.! ;,+tlivir surcesstrsby the same I "faU..lulhCt', till wiir juuctiu1l stud GeneralCliudiatFortDraue.andof river. In couie(|utru*. u f tthH-u the ilrtih of ib.ict II."+ uiruiiefrTieerti, (Jlihe regulars tro"J am rrspeetly. .
uuuirr told *,}!e, .tiall he tRUII'Jle of pur elms march of December, was determined on tu worth for I would btf cut ou fflic ,..a.,,.. |...._r.I ."IV very:. 'hM"oJ tkl'tant. '
tlM+.u; hfUing tin.1 convcyiugauy& proper i the united command. which gamed the memorable saiJ river ; but the period of time \vhich ibo I lycdmeoxcr. General Call iuuucu'iatily* u. LC UAU. It
'I'c.. *.r personal, necessary or expedient ; aforesaidicloiy.. Being the AUJ'J- volunteers bad agreed to serve, and the threw hiojicll into the breach when lit was
, t.i li.V: i.'jtct' of lipid t Geucral oftt'o| Army during that gal- lime promised by General Call being within I informed ihe contest was doubtful. and vithj t Moving Island The river at St. Lau -
:. *:. lie itlurtlcTs' oaittd, That the tant affair under1' that venerable, rncntori.. four days of expiring, induced Gov. Call to j a positive assurance if bo cto sed he would rence studded with a nnmber of beautiful'
caj'tuj i tuck of said curporation shall be taut officer,, General Clinch, aud also yourself urge a prompt departure bud a rapid march never return; yet with. this assurance of poI : Island It seems from the folio n iug panI I

five hundred thousand dollars divided into oils, together with the world of roy regard in order to accomplish as much as the short I sitive annihilation, he passed Dud came to I I I graph, from tbe Ogdeusborg; Republican

, shaper of tf oue hundred Uollart each transferable for him,Vi i I,1 I hope, be a tuflicient protection time would permit. Provisions, therefore, the field ou his Nurse unaccompanied by that two nf them have emigrated.;
in, such iruuuer: at said corporationby to guard iu bands bit honor. Hut for fuur drfjs far man a&hllaurao were issued i i any pessou, with an appearance of self possession ;,i "!.n't week, two iIIDd.llelonliog to the'* J
their by law shall direct. my the one, 1 cannot aDd received by tbe troops, the volunteer I! together with a promptness ofnctiou !,I group known as "Thousand islands, i
while to
Sec. a. Ho it further enacted That the i i, the other. Hence, wnenII carrying in wallet, cord &c. for their horses l; recollection of which 1 can never forget, :;, floated from tber moarings: &cauie down the )
shove named Ieu.u or a majority uf them, I, peimit injustice effort to made to cast a shade together with bread and meat for themselves fur 1 wanted to see him. I met him ou the I.|i river to this place. The first one came downon

way upsu hook to receive uiicripliou tot itrcehe 0 conduct an" that day, and an atemllt !* the provision for tbe regulars' carts left of the line, gave him my baud! informing !:1 Thursday evening and was towed in
II. Capital, Stuck of said/\ Corporation at I over your to deface the escutcheon of your fair aud wagons. Accordingly, on the UUih December | hIm promptly thd particular of the day, aboht a mile and a half below the village,

suck tune or time, and place of place nl fame which has been long since obtatuedbefure agreeable to order, I put the column i i when he rude along the line to meet Geu.I '[ where it grounded in six feet water. The
dtn or a majority of them may think |.ro* the Hriiish armies aud, more resent in motion for the memorable banks of the I Clinch who received him ou .foot, much I' second made its appearance on Saturday
per" : and a* shoo as the same shall be snips 4 I It uith theinternal enemies of your country. Withlacoochee, but fortunately, the bag t overuowered: by. fatigue. Geu. Call con :t morning,'and, l Ia j the asiistauce ofafavoiable .' -
rued to givo notice (out meeting of the with cradled iu the camp at gage train was too unwieldy fur tho rapid I congratulated him on his escape and success J wind, was anchored near the brewery of -
lUtkhoKlcr* to choose tit rlve director shall an together early day, aud being military education under march iutended ; tho day previous to ourdeparture I at the same time saying "Gen. you can'i 'I'I the Messrs. Creifchtoni.! in tbe lower pan of

U madd at ihe lime and place appointed by I tae tuition of the first General) ol the age, to proved to be tbe same that Dade !' bold your position/' (the battle is pot yet the village.
seep of the stockholders as shall attend futI wit : the immortal A. J.rbis, with being and his gallant baud fell: a sacrifice to savage over) Geu. Clinch rGIlied"bat shall Ida' j I The Wealth oj England. It is a common
drat. ,jHirpose either in |.tr ou or by proxy the ehoica of the army, will 1 hope, be a warfare, aud to the i ignorance aud false in. i i with tho dead aud wounded I".lobo answer I!i error in this country to imagine that the ,
acct share of the Capital tuck entitling the sufficient defence befure a diicerniug world.! formation of some moving power. Some | : \\'DI.omao your well men take the i| riches of England; are derived from. and dependent ,
. boiler hereof to one vote, Dud the said On the day of December, JW.i: 1 of our troops hoard tho report of Dade cane dead and wcuudcd tothe| bank of Ibo "river 1 I I upon, her commerce and th3 influence
aUve" namtd I pcisons<< or a majority of them received at the mid hour of night au order nou. although presumed by them to bo the add send them over,**-,As soon as the cue- 'I of this great mistake is shown in the ..

sisal te inspectors: of tbo first election of di- though thin Inspector General. of IJngadicrGeneral I thunder of heaven aud not of man. ( icy was silent and drawn from the field!, it ', many wild suppositions that have been ,ha
reci under their }iaud* the mime .-f ihoeperou I inolcs) were in aahultile attitude on our frontier tvasotderedlhfct! it] should move iu three I circular line the right resting on he( bankof I[aud financial ditfcalties upon tit Social and
|*rMas duly elected, and shall deliver over and that the scalping knife and loma* columns, the regular battalliou iu the center the river above the bridge, then nearly I i political condition of the wonderful little
tU subscription books' to the said dircctw I hawk were already stained yitb the blood column thereby rakiug the country, &s the > made of lugs, tho left resting on the her j island. The truth is that the merchants of
.. I of our murdered cItizen This. order calN army moved It was acordiugly executed beluw, through \\ circular line the dead ; England with all their great capital and vast
?cc.4., no it further enacted, 'I'liat the i j lug too regiment to the capitol, was promptly aud4continucd until the night of the 30th, i, and \\'ouudcdfCre takcu. This lino was j I extent of operations, held but a very small '
time of buldiu the first meeting uf directors t I I obeyed and before day appeared the members when the army encamped about five wiles 'I'! formed of voluutcrs un the right, the regu I rortion of the riches exisiiug in the country;
ttotlbe fixed by the md persons named mtfce of that regiment were in motion, it was from the liver. Tho troops lay without lars iu for centre, conpletiug the line by volunteer I and ibis truth can be made apparent 1 by>> a "
first section of this act or a majority u( i formed aunt eaily hour oftuoucU day, before fires: all night, in order lu prevent akuowl CM the left fijomc:; of the 'latter j few simple considerations. Look at the
tin. oDd the directors chosen at such race- which (;eu. Call appeared, made an el.ega..t edge of their approach. The HI it, all o'clock came over tho bridge alit r it was complet* .i,'squirearchy, for instance, the thousands and
x DC. or at the annual elections of said cor-, and spirited appeal( toils gallantry in the morning, yftie command was again ed. This line was ascertained to bo so firm thousands country gentlemen with their
p.traltQQ shall a* soon as way be after every asking for a full company to march against put in motion in H single culutuu, nUll ia that no oticmy could pass it. When Gen. comfortable incomes of three or five or ICu '
dectt&n choose out of their uumber a 1resi- t the then in the field, *u>ing it was a ihreeus before. The niftht was dark, so Clinch remarked, "\Viiich of us shall retire ,I thousand pound per annum derived exclu "
doe or removal of the President, or any di-1 I cbua, fur abhort lime tho number required guard, 1 left ;ii in position, lo receive orders Cull then said tu him "::ir, you are old-1am I tunes of the nobility. \" I
.'Wfftl', uub vacancy or vncauciss may be : immediately) volunteered and "ai i led ou its lo nvi ve tbo column. Uu my return, puttingthe young;; cross to the other side and 1 .will Estimate if it can be estimated tbe im- .. .
,liked l fur Slur rflmainder of the year, wherein "|i t march the nest day by Col. R. C. Parish, \ Hue in motion, I could not Cud it for retire the men over the river.*' It wa menso amount of treasure existing ia the I f
latinaay" be blluu'' for the remainder of the the Counel! of regimeat. linmediuclyGen. acme lime. Tho army, therefore moved t agreed lo by Geu. Clinch and he pnoed 'to form of plate and jonel.Vby at >a single S\ :
}s.r herein may Jiappen by the said board 1 I I Call me a second order for a second silrmtly iu single column until! day. Gen ', the opposite! side early in the evening. Gen. dinner in Lopdou! ou ihe 19th of Ja.nolold
and in gave Clinch Cat!, of the remained and accomplished to the letter and silver the value ..f million and r
directors or a majority of tilt m, I for the same service ; a ecor- orals DUi. by requesting I Call plate to a
tHe of the absence of the Psesidenl the said I company regiment was ordered out, before. former, took petition immediately between .i what' he promised! a half of dellars was exuibiied at once; all
Kwd of Director or a majority of them dinl.1r.tbo, Call made a second appeal' the regular and volunteer commands, the I i It is proper to mention hero that although i Ilbo properly fIr one individoal-ibe Duke of
.ay ii.umioiut a President protcai who shall their patriotism and obtained the number regular iu advance, General Clinch informing the engagement was now over and the enemy I I Wellington. The celebrated} personage could
Luo suet IJO"'U' Dud (uuetiuas "a ibo b yf to required. That company, commanded as me to take the head of the column, and I seemed to have left the field, still ho have relieved (rom their difficulties all three '

.IItl. e> said corporation may provide.Sec. Cui. Wyatt, led and crossed if 1 discovered the enemy, or a fire made on had not, but yet lurked with savage: silence 'IIr the American .houses which have .
L. JJe it further enacted 'Jbat ini CIIJlain, by after forced march and for the advance, would find him ju the same round our line, for bo gave several yelling: been compelled to slop, simplyby turn i ,
.rhe i iJ should happen that at an election ofDirectors I. the Su juuSSon with Col. Parish, there, en- position. It was necessary to bo thus can- signals of hisuear.approacb and of a second ing over to. them bis dishes and tureens
should not be lIuule oa the day, campel .Next: day, by order, tbeentirocom- lions owing to the darkness of the :bight i attack. The dead Dud wounded now on 1 and vases and candelbra, without die .
ibtii. to this act it uht !? be I took the line of march to meet the At daylight, the bead of the column rested tko opposite bank, lay exposed! to the fire of '; miuishing his income 'or a farthing; and I _
"tente,pursuant the shall tad |Jut for that cauw tie l &lilolr.I maud where up lit could be found, after a few on the bank of the 11'itlt acoucht'e, not a for the enemy, ,{beN Geu, Call discovered: the ;I, there are fifty noble Ladies in London, .
but such cltctipu; shnllbe held ut any op* onoDll NfewDansvill, and wamped dable passage, as the Generals were inform exposed situation of these gallant officer any ofhom might, have put Messrs Brown-
pawed I
f'l iRfo, and the directors for the lime being i NMK&ei vo aiae. prairie.after Immediately od and led HgRjelieyc most positively by the land men, amongst whom was the purely & Co. in ample fund fur all emergencies, ,
ftUU continuo to hold their offices until uetrSki l near centbmeu arrived 1 and informed Indian guides, for it w"determined and are brave and unostentatious: CaptGmbim: ,now merely by making: them a present of their
baiting, fire
shall have been cbesea ia their places, : fif Colonel Warren'a ranged the column should proceed iuunedi* Major Graham, who was severely mounded: diamonds. .
us that a part bad ovcrtb'e river.-Hut lo the surPrise when maki, his well known : Without the iato ;.,;
a...j rity ofsaid directors of said company from the cast theo ia the field ately great iu two places, ; taking erowa'ewels the
Ht! be to transact all business ofHM command with the eocmj at a placo of all, we found a stream wide deep,' gallant charge iu tbo hammock, red with account, it is no doubt susceptible of proo .. ."
competent and tbey shill have poucr au eDgoicmeui named Bbul Point, 10 and with a rapid current, impassable, to bo the enemy, and 'Which gained the battle of. that I;.'London alone there are gold and silver '
beau corporation l of wd company on values 'prairie, killed sad 1011 wtuoded forded. 'rho lamented; CapL Mellon and that day, lay iu a pile together .ith his gallant plate to the amount o'r two hundred million r
r j iu tbe asPitalswc which ODD man was of his the liver to brother, Lieut. Graham. Lt. Uidgley, of dollars and it I
I .. deem ntfi- of tbo white myself took one men up ; must be remembered
.we b1 Neh lustalmeuta lealt shiny tIIo1IRa day, notice, ortfeb 'tbli wit tba first moetiog Call next day took the life of our approach'; find if possible, amore Major cooper, and others. Promptly urged that mighty as is London, the wealth of the

'CbiaC! It ID the pUblic newipapwi, WatalTfiiidiroi Fort Crag "bere shallow passage. :This private jump by humanity, ho crossed the river, and had kingdom in wrought gold! and silver is very
: 8-\1aI.eata ill said inifetiitMUe up e Camp & gad ed in with bit clothes ou and was near find- ,. the dead and wounded entirely removed from far from being entered the.. .... An .....* ;i {
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t+! caw ttodtbeWer BMUiymwt to (allies i ; shall for. CoIVarroD's regiment commend and moved for lag a water grave; we again returned to second danger,and accompanied by a strong quantity of it is scattered aaoag the ess-
before paid to took It under bii meelthe the Indian ford, and discovered a boat on protecting guard. When this was accom* lies and country seats of the'not ilit1' sue '
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M Alunkk Cattle nieohrim, 'Cbatironh, ', tbediorsof J C'UI Court IIlluE. to toiiiindtou lAkes c- from law and reason; and turnsa of the Ioiliaucbnra which tivo him grit 'I men i U this najulaarv and I

Weodhurn Abbey, tit "ood, Iud o hundred 1 that Ihel l,;%+ f, t tech err llf wlceoftheieoj'iV suggeafes*" iho ratings: of passion!, and tile advantages. If ho tint been deceived, ho j it Is a sufficient answer tu a ebirtt .?
this sinus of pnjudice. What ii Ibo con* not singular; so bite Clinch, GuiuoI Scott leal
,; others, which we could name, and among rulo and govern iu country.Gcntlcmco I moos, so bi;bly Jiicreditabb to ,* f
the lovely mansions of tho country gentle* 1 congratulate yon that wo meet rqarncc when the whole mass of society and the Govcrnmcul itself. Tho enemy w hom it was ori&ieaied. t.

men, with which the whole IU. faro of tboinluud a-ain, In Jidinimlcrju according 11:1". I i become fixed and settled in thus belief the with whom wo have to contend, i is, of all But they returned to what to
it dotted in thousand: *, Then think I I 'J J ho l*,!i ieiof the term will bo necettatily t.t cuill of a I'ti.uurr ? Ito khould have: anirtrial. .Iht-rt tho most subtle, tit: emus and im- happy scenes ? It.o-tbeirhoa.el clate

,/ of tha libraries: and galleries-the immcuo ) imj'fdtd by the nb enco of Iht 1\.1/, or ho nhwuM have mono at all. 1 lie! i.raalCatla.I *+ destroyed, their flocks and their betas tad .

'h, .priceless collestiuus of pictures nnJ statues I I and I paper tolouejng to- the court ; they i! rahavo bo tried!, when every Juror presented; hope to meet you-in better times, at the ofT! their!t homes desolated by t he

and other c.ntly work of art, in uliieli un '. tern removeil, by tha of the to him, bnsahcady pronounced hisrondem regular term of the Court of November next; enemy ; comfort was changed for y,

country in the worM i i. rirhrr.'h, the I'I deputy ..!tt". too place of safely, ht a conj "Iuiu". Opinion should be suspended ; itthunU which, however, whcthorin peace or war wealth and competence for desutw'poverty. .cIi

wholo mercanliia! wealth ,-f C!',:l.mll l* 1'iit. ti.lernblc Uutanro: from jour Seal of Justice. : be made to nwuit nut depend upon{ I shall endeavor to hold. They'did not howntr;

ail lie HI, of cutn1rarntivrl)' nifliu; mRui-1: Il .hclll be i")' rats h' cnut.' iheni M i o roin t13ortilturodclivcrcd! tinder oath against anJ is a mMtter. of pride and ell .
'I- Hide I 1 Ilflr..1 due time t.t their ,proper I ;plaeu.itl : Iho prisoner ; otlicrwiie, damns ami cxcilc* PlllSI; "7'\lINTS, \ with this (,rout! Jury hut notwit

I Tha itoti tit+",nut of aUr .ldl.! if it ,u f.notpiiil. -j I,. G"nll"'I" n, w>t :n> t-urpn-c ral i retent, iitenti-'efcnt! shyly own i/rlrpllsryhcran+e theynnv Of the Gr&ml Jury, of she August Kitra the privations and suOTeringsof their
into Vutni'Irr-tion f llu olli ;;t'lher prevrnt a "i.III( thus conic I Termotthe Court for thn citizen fcnd
t bich thank h.nv i it -M" Hill! to enter nt lama a Superior conn I notwithstanding they w.
be. sn fir fr,'n inflicting a moriuIMm! *, upon I diitic* wliicb nt Grand Jurors you :rcl 1uII.I ;:' ti! .y lnv prejiilg, : t'ourts' ami juries .I!, tiro Alachua, Columbia and UilUtio- i ii S, tho (?ovcrnment would nevrr era .

the I prosperity of the kin.loni. would neur to' 1'1 rUfm. The %ie,, of the I'ruili tPUIi: ': not, miivrnn in ii-sittr lilt? edicts of pul.Hc i ruuh .1.1i Ilh ;m for their! losses, they tilt not ab

I' he felt or ih'iught of except fur n !unity; ., Ihl' iti! yet, liavn halt It.trttctlly rxprs+.d ', trillion ; I nr to find' the trot:. from the lips I i I'rehtsr. the lion. ROBERT IlATMo.tu luau, tiny Cxtisr nf t'icir ennnlr y, War vhW slit

theme a* n sareacui. n'UY a$.d thru, dirertedagainst in sour "l'ltril'h.I1I&l1 roust, lau fsrnlillar .IIt nil i it uf rivdiMc iuiiin>*:' jind to award ini: ; r- I Judge.' their confidence in the justice aa
s t icpuluVaii. hwsiy null ht nor. Tho 1' of ;.IU. lint sere it not to, the oath )oUj i tial jusiiesVnr) I The Grand) Jurors op tho Territirr ,.f of it* :u'crnment-ulllilhi. grand jtfrv

fortune of thu Duke .l Hertford or Norihumterlntid have tkeu i i. >" clear, vriain, nllllllllplU-) \ RentlomiMi, brings ns wo nil know, : tim of CoI I,I Ml ninl' cr.nnot duulr, that w hen tfef,.r .
clotted counties
or Dcvmuhirc. would !lcnrH" thuhuleof 1 tivc, 'that (iMttli' rUIII m try read. It1 i i ihui"Hitd evil in iti train ; and not iho : fruits shall bo fully anti ""rurcrI11nt.lo11Jt)1I\

at, nnd nobody but hit Mara l-o! n i Icachdnu to isia'xe iin";,Mit ci.quiiy. r.ii.l I lei :* SIHIOIIR them i* an iainalirueo of ihocouirnl lum'liIlndul.: ;::rl liII."runh.! empnnnelled I t i iI Congress, they "r I !>e attuned aaJ

funning the poorer. -e'. 1. foM.Wrlonni i i In i-rej rit l/f truth ; tu ;poser vo i'n 1I"'lul:1I oflhn "" .Ie. riocieiy loses it. i and UH'U; nt tl!;a Au-c l "Kxtra ruVhy should slrey not I pt'IIt lt

.- 1 I M|: cfrcrvry ropcrtiug' th? opinion of.yonr true, its gravity;; : nml .trattinrs'-bctranui Term" uf the :ul't'riu f Court tu enquire lit AThis in'it this raSr "r II war n ih. .
I anti fur iho Ui.ill..r .: itt Florida' most I "
t. : from lh. Army nhl Na",' |lrs nl l roinisrllor. j.flr: f frllo-v tn.l! your own; I' a;;ita'rsl. rude, ungovcrnalilc J; nnd crime \{ n<\ independent! power!:: .

ChrotiieKvof Tlmrtdny ht: that n (?.urt of r SlId idh vriilltodi.'eardilleinr.itie cud |rare l!: mift of f'fluent occurrence. It! affords roc retp'iMfullyrongratnlntc their: fcllnnr citizen: !j, equtliiy{ ti itli our JourUIJIC'at ; o0 lhe aPh

Inquiry will convened at Allient.Teiines- ; nil I'ias, feelinj; ?,nit iinrrwt from great |1'hUfe! s;iy that; Lust: Florida i i.n is upon site general state of health nhich prevail !I scar; the*' Indian nrlt n .Jumeslie.! fit

see, on for dlh iiul-i to rxnn.i 10 into the tutu di-lihcraiioiH., Ynu represrnt (he law, j ni oxccptiwn lit proposition 'us 1 have lhion;hout the ni I istrirt, nu,1 I although j I! pendent nation, in a late (.r pupilij "

') trauiJCtien* of llrig I..Iit'r Gfiu-rnl$ J.1 I IiWood. hidl i i.e, like the Dcijy Limsclf, .Wnd tr'AIn it down. Although restraints havq beenrrnmvvil. site)' cannot congratulate ihrm tint l'enrelHit j alih:>ugi! by thus policy of the United ,g

1 Mud "Ihtruufer his rotuniiuul. in I (U' 4 '.......,u... I nod the Courts closed .in several I hem rcttured ro ih ir! it bi;lily grat- I J I j permitted tbvir d-jmcMic! rrhrinai t
r relerriic to In* olin ', en I MIMUVI n< n.u I I iuu Hi remind "+11t, gniiUniiMt l that oy t inch ol jho Hii! ic t, good order and n rc,- ify'u! : to the Griiinl Jury and they believe i it' Rorerned by their own laws and .|s
e Cherokee country, so cntlcd. at .t-t (oats h the law uigaiitdns'thc Ttrriimrhl Governnicnt peel fur the hw* have very generally{ pre will ha II) to their fellatv citizens generallyto \all thitJRt el>e' they are subject t. asa aj JJ
in a letter (rum lies Kxcellenry the (:u\'l'm I I the Superior Court; fifth t Territory vailed. In thit very place, n quiet a deco: !taro that Mt>j. CJeu. Jf
or of AlxbamadatetlJuly :j, I"'C, mlrr\ ic
to the Secretary of Wai, and in re,. colution ,. In :.11 cane where' goal i i. visited hiCU'C uf.t'I".pnl.lli"u:. which did :iqt, nlway &. ; nll I l. tint sucli! forces arc tu l-e placed at our fclhnv ci Icn: .. bia: I Ipeeh Iboct.CttN

of the Scnntc end lltuuo <>f Hprenentntivt with the, piitiMinirnt of Peath, there i i. notriliiiniil *, to ttukatnu: ,extentiu timeof grace his du'osnl ns with tho gnat und well I' by nn conduct of theirs !out .tilt! | |U'naitae

of that h'tate, rpprovcd June ( \ but Iho .Superior Court to which resort !! Tho.owho! \! 'barn ns,l!ted iu producing sofortunnto known zu,1: and untiring industry that occompliiheij the G.ivttnmcnt oftho !:,sited l dives)1:

r 3, 8)7, which arcoinpanio.1 tho said I let- cnu t.c had for the trial of thooffeuder; n esult. deserve the highest prune.! ) \ ofilccr and the information Ju- tctnjitin* (iu uaire of hi 1t

1 ter.The whether that ul"i niter lo black, or while, When tlio Grand Jury sliall! have pcrfor. rill,", the last: campaign Im has obtained iclali quostion,le in pur itself, but which( t coca y J

court will coutiit; of Mnjor General band, or free mnstcr, or ala"C. med tbo ordinary duties which belong to >'u lo the geography or silo Territory, jho !long sonnet; at to Into L.t.batbc*as

\v. Scott. Col. Wl. I.iudsny, un.l M j ,r'M. I In referring to sat'cs,1! \\'uul.ljct remark their body, no rcasnnntdc oijection! eau be I location of tlo Indian tin-ir ttron:hidd* nid ce'.r.ry) fi remove (e iutt ". *laud

*l. l'a ISuse. Lieut. \\'. C. Do !Unit Judge t that they are 1 IITr'prrlJ-duy HU // // ff* and I I made! if they hrstuw some attention upon other matter indiipcntu'jlj) nccestary to h elini.: and) n."liutt /.\,iV'o

Ad"uralr. f t not )'frlo" A slave cannot hard n habrnsf I: subjects general interest connected with I. known to th" eoiomauilci of hi nruijr, nf- rishf; ncd jmtrc) f.JIII Slid horos leI', .

==:=: __ _____ JI I ]: corpus ; ho can neither sue, nor ho sued.( : late: welfare:! of tha, counties tram which they firllllr&lU; ground Iu hope that thus war choice a s-ivaso and 'barbarous,! Lut.rl"tic

A CHAHGK,. I i j When., however the law s a credo nt arc-drawn, of the Territory: of the couutiy which so long disturbednnd desolated rhiyatroiu pcoj.le.; With- nt At ads.ra",

'; Dtlivercd ly Judge limn to the Grand Jury of,. to them : ? : nt large. The opmions! i>("twenty three slut this devoted country-w ill M OI be brought (.rra with slut' >i tu effect tf.eo'j-ft. ,P

-f fir flit Countiti 0/ 4lachun. Cvlumb'mandHilttborouh J of cnnunittiug 'critics, pro Auc r/cr iley: ftro I'j thy nod inli-lligent citiicu, should not, ,van to'a close. Ti! *; Grand Jury !vivo hear: h s .1 ,

; at an KXTOATKJUI: r rAe I rondo jiersons, ,,ilh' curb tcitrictioiiK: uuou j not bo witloin their proper efiect and intlu'fllPO. 1'IterausiJury; bcliovo tfiat one cnuo .bj e rm f.) the payment of th" + a I

Superior Court! held at XcicimnsrUc, on their rights, as tho hiv think pioper tolinloso. I ; our& (and b+'-ar.l it wiili "pain ntxl 1D-1Ii1H.* tii'

the U.'A day of August, 1837.Mn. f u prescrilriug the nude of trial nd'l /\It i snot far m? to select topics; for yom ) that there it uu |ireeneni! fir it>
its im iIl'nal. tho law consideration! tuiiinticn of hostiiitivs.wa! Ihd hoist| : titter ; (4
f unqncitinnnl'Iy mint however wiio
Font.*** may presume tbuugh a and in s;nseizt"ac
+ '. AKIl UChTLtHKIf or THE (iKAXO JCItV. provide iridunalt different from tlm
II' Tbd circumstances under which wo last which white men arc arraigned ; Freehold- during thepiescnt war, end fit trAicA Me I/ dun on the part of some of oro |.orlion of' 'J sheer jiHtiee. Nfl urU. rite bt,an bat act '

1 parrot, tho circumstance nuder which ta c en mind Mgitrates may lie substituted for States arc rttjwisillc, will not e,capo jourobservation. our (population to join them, and the grand t faro ceurrc.I uuurr our ;nrrrbmritttshould

again tnnct, aro calculated to produce feeliigs 1- the Judge anti tl.o: twelve Jurors. lent if jutrounol (ml express the bi li seiuo thoy then L,rc luoU i.i viu fur
It rrcrslr
of no ordinary kind. no limitation or qualification! bo attached I lo Tho United States purchuicd the Hori-! iucrt.iiu; oftho run lust of his honor thoJudso cxartlr in point ; but ices a not just pi

< In November; 1635. ouo year aud uiuo the right of trial. it is imparted slave, alai ; they extended! their laws anti their power ( of this court iu so promptly; respcn-J; I been (bffore |reentd: : IUlIt l kilo td, i.

mouths ago, a long 10"'UU of pence and tho trial flat slit rights; of Ibo accused ors o over these provinces ; they promued to lug to nu oflcrof <5eiil Jcauji uud llcruau!* >Ilit.1I there was nn precd"nt, etc t
prosperity was in the prospect befuro u iho sani9 ns when tho laws design to bring a each individual, protection I lor his person dez to sid in {holdup; a court 'hero at tit l'ri1l.ipl; of jiiiticrt on whtfh
You had abundant white man to justice. I and Tho co'nGtlul liroc.-bv which an opnoituuiry lau bcc.tifTordeiUf .l -t:
just reaped an harvest t]; IrIII:1yllli. is i impolitic property. people in the 'Guruhal eV ev silt!, race i* a j.rrr'ifftt! ,
your grannie: were overflowing ; J'ourprairiosand t 1 ngrce with you. It is n nuafortuno f aillinFucstandrapautyufih1)hurtrJatat: c* trjin certain ruuul\va) negroes { The Gniod! Jury Uave; heart! with pie: .

l forests were filled with entile ; to any criminal cr.df, when i'uuishnienl to perform their promise ; the cmintry !hu tvlio were captured with: arms in llieir: 1..aulls. I tat curittiii'! .n9r* beeui.Tiamhiu > .w I.

improvements and settlements were ezte hal' ant linger in the pursuit of its violators came tc:Ued niul properly: was ainassid.Tho And who wiiili on their way tu juts tiith.tlilo I r this chitt of dlimj., aDd'pp that tit,

ding on ever| side ; every innn rcpused iu ; hut in n knvc!: >holding: countrj, it is of United .StHtf* found hero tin liiiini! Seminolo*. iniiumnnly nllI ut"rtIJ olio "*>f f acv n.w eri;izvd iu lliit duty id Rfur

comfort under his own rate nnd his own cmnlifcl l hnportaucc, that offences committed population ; a taro: of \\ild! men. not regard. ourrctiicftiifelloe (citiztni.wliottf; lis we ia ; lint ;:i:.!fer that lair they' were'u't ,

t fij tree, and there tvat none in makj him by tlnves should bo speedily puniihed i I II; cd by the Spaniards! ns a nation to treat or common wish tlsi: coiiiiiiunity rust ilecply! j I c 1"1z.
., afraid. Thu !lawe were tu tho courto ofadmiuutratiuu. I both the gtucrnipriuciptci which should go* bo treated nub ; not an regarded by oilier deplore nud tu "I.ojo lierea\el "Uurb"t!s l'!, ettiMiJ, lh'-jr iiiqaui wto E'I"idl

This Court ua iu ses,iuii ; vein tho udminUtraliou of criminal.juMu-o civilized nttions. Tlio Indiuus lucre people Gr.nd Jury beg; 1 ',\.JlltJ' proicul that; tie: J- I' Cr'lad 1 Jury i i. nr lthi l i,
several important csue hud been Iliad ; t the in all cases, and a particular 1 policy require I without tito paleo'/T'Viii;, atioti. nullul-I sympathies; r?. itottever, t,t'n.! vc sit It a coni-iiut:ea t>
member of tbo bar wt ro .preparing, to try that it should bo >0. Wcro I rnll. cI upon ding nnuiik nmung/tdiutonsof| tu: c.rlh.1 Tho Grind Jury lielifvo dill the prompt! he e''nl'4..I.! f di'i'itctirtted i meu.nol .
others; we nntitipaird U Icon of greaterleajth lu lej-iIitc; on this: subject, 1 woul.l tau sa''I Hut with thiiio people, thus United HI.Jlct conviction of theta uufurtniilG: ; hut too guilty I ,?cut* t>f iloriilwho: "hnulJcuroolxsst r'

than bad before occuned in this part (,icciolderthcmsevcs! owner ft>lave*, made treaties ; rarrowed the limits of their; men .,ill have a .aiutar. intu-uio( u i,art instructions to \i-i: seciim of tti '

nf the liittict. Juror, tuitorj witnrsteswere to 1 be assembled by iho Justice r,f the I'eccc : 1 possessions trod finally re olrc.l uu their 10- utsecs of thtir clrw: I by, thcui IVum "hr.1 e such! l loitf 'hitvc every I'ceo I s+*,!aioid. 'M

t_ iu attendance, III?td left ihtir pro 1 beforo whom the charge was nriiutlllj'IIIlIde ) inovnl. Them steps were taken without theeurlniiuu of sin.llarrrua.ri. inquire into alt the faet r.i.d nrroin,ts
t cfconifrcted
tieriy and families, at home ns they belie rd, and they, with the nishtanco of iho ] couitiliing! IDs people of yioriu'ri. If the U- .-'f Ice Grand Jury havo licwrd i nub regret'thoopcntiou a lilt these claim, wiihpovrrtderive t

in *state of perfect security. J Justice should. after due investigation j ju IUhi.. 'i: oiled Slates: then resolved upon tarry ing of the exiting |,rovuioti nfuurI upo'i them :rrnrliug t. ilia prierllu

e.. In a mouieur, iho sane Will cbnn ed ; within iixty days, upon tho guilt{ cr their measures into effecf, we* there not au I RUB wl.ich !provide for the trial of .Inv,.*, .p ; equi'y aii'l I jst-;ictf. "ouB! I L? rh+l
the Court had 'uftba accused. Tho limo oh' niuu: them free no roes, and mulatto fir criaihnl; of *
adjourned oter Saturday 1111,111 do ; ujo.i to exercise cvu/y |> y which' IM-T result be 'lijf oH!H f|
to Mooday extended: for goose Iho" n, our! Itio prisonersl.oud nu no ui ; tu make o4 Icnrc4. belKivinjthat !
: on JSyudii.v. mjv'p++"r' \ overucec'sury cairn( n mi ro -uminirymndaof nuJ
if "of
'cd to teJt us ibaIJrl'9 Fsnurtlti l.c ujjoited the uid of tioii, in tbo j-ovicr* tbo cooi i hiarutice
was counsel nnd every n word, to Te/.lore thr Imiianj oil 4A 1&sat in nil eases hero such trial tau t bo ! bis own blood: Iho of death opportunity of : out not broaJ enuuli, ta net
sleep defending himself. To injury to the citizfns othe .' had tfllJlii.rcully with tlo: true incunit; and :
in the wilderness ,.after guard 'itgaiust I cou.itry ;; I thi ol!j-*.r:, lice! Gi'aod Jury uottsrasjR: <
; soon tidings tnoc i
came t I prejudices and partialities : Nobody fuuLlllhat! if tho Drn: cf Genera! intuit of the constitution oftho United islat: ?*
I thst tl.o! firebrand and. Lisa r.Rafer..' lifted to which too 1Is I : ) comuieud that! our frvlfgrfte inreque C.Drm.f
frailly human stature calf, or n less imposing force, hid been und of the organic laws of she te-rioiy: I I
against whitemen by the treat herous Semi- so liable, the f tf J tip bare ih, 1.1 rxtetJeil. it i
power 'lIIar.hitUcIbiu
grant U new hi hi t Territory, at liuio would ho far 'dotter than iho lardy -
uole. Serious .ions should !*c vested in she any | r blur it now I'UIU lii.n l'ffYi.fd fir, s
apprehen began to be Court h.ivinj( ct gni i Iscureltusilitlas: couimeuccdthe Indian had mode, of proceeding ; they theieforo IUUst ,
cutertniued for the safety of families; incnwere zones of the case; sod n revisory or nppul:) j I :been removed. stud the country! 'had r.ot been' re
confuted, like those who wukc from a late junViicticu should! bo lodged in tho Superior *... >.i,"NU. t,1 ft au_ IIAIra' ,ic SC0UCJ notieo of our Legislative c+,urtttl. I : Grill: Jury rauD"I I.UI regret: tbiat

., troubled dream ; they looked ou all sides for I court, to bo convened immediately, ,,tho o|'cration, tvns attempted with a handful ilul Tho Grand Jury roi ;r..tul"ltJ their! (clio tr i'I 9 iti*factioa at the czrssplarv and stile a -
i .danger, they scarcely know wheio to look fur the purpose of cxercbinp tint juiixlic-- of men, it was aUcudot1J1 citizens' Columbia and Alarhun I tier ii: which iho duties of bit ojSre are fs
for succor or A 'long h tion. IJut it is for of a naut euulllin,1: Gielll.y: the judge of the Superiur .
protection. iJltliuu.narUJll not itJtu con!iier! what foresight a rejection cf the upon the discovery that the livers CoG
contested betweo'i two of your citizens the law should ho ; \\01':1111101 ma&r.wo limit ..I within the hands of the United very States mcutu it nee and Santafe (and especially the latter) ,I this li.ric and lendtr their 1u.ll.e
was abruptly suspended Ibo apply! Ibo (law as we find it failed, and ; gratul.liuls upon thus rtvival iuktcou
court made
to our injuries of the trio,t serious des may with a small expense bit inado nivj.ganlc i.
found itielf compelled to ndjourn. A general hands. Not only do the organic laws, which cription+, have fr.llrn upon our unoffending for steam boat, and thus contribute I tu *io wLicli he beeu ..uems: recd tut r
commotion cusncd. The U. States were: nro to us what the State Constitutions are t':izool. the piospcrity of tlu-te Ion an interim! .
to tho Stats two once llngriahiogcounties offer: their thankt! 701'30 D+.iAltoruoy
endeavoring to accomplish an object requiring *, give an exclusive jurisdiction Tht-y ult
people;; were not parties to the 'l' recommend that our Dcf.gnte! fur the fnitlful
to tho rent : and ready
ample pariltiun-1titboul ; Superior Courts in oil
being p r ro- capital, cases; tea adverted in Congress be .a
lo, other requested in toproeuro
or (ltas Lffuitltd:
Government them iu the
pared. The Indian swept over too 'laud h but the! statute of: iho: Territory, "relating mea the duehsrja *
burning, butchering, destroying. Property to crimes: and fiiitdcir.eannrs committed sures voice respecting in the Indians ; they had un h requisite apprupriati tu removo duties, ant lies I leave to exprws ::1.1
by sii obstructions
the cubiisclj which produced a* mutt true tj itJs
lire slaves.frce 1 them iiscuta, tliey cnUrtuiu; of the ucrii; <
disappeared ; here lutt ; tbo citizen negroes nnd l uliluoes"IJrovidc.: but ; "de inch IU
I have | navig.iliuu.
they been
was driven from his homo lo sock n precarious "that in the trial of any slave in the Supcperittr ruined nud trAo, is re* Th Grand i luahte ruhlo offi( tr.
tufitittence for bis family) iu other lauds Court tho same rules nod regulations ponsible } Tho anscr i It a plain' one-The the Jury have ncu-ci! trite groat J i iplcnturn The ., :. Jury tender! tbei? lisle l

or to shelter 'his wife an.I his litllo ones in shall bo observed, ns ore now observed in party who promised J.r.ltctiuu, RUt did not important bcw fit is conferred! |;''Juur the J u&I lgs; : for the able and .
afford thietcrttun
it ; the i chargeIiivh tteia
blockhouses and forts liven to tfieso places Ibo trial of free person."" It is manifest I been lIu"'lrc.QIlt tlelivcrcd lo
of refuge, affliction i that a slave accused here is prepard, to prevent mischief and teas not. exrrtium of C"I.'m.. J. Mills opiiitig of the court, sod U tt
pursued our suffiiios entitled fur tho 'i his, is out Iho case of n war with tin .in. Who IS UO1V in (tnvnnmllhare_: -_ !._. _. smJ_n__ iiitdniit__ ...__. I coniittcnt with his feeliues. that request be f
people confinement of M.i
; the of purposes trial all tho
want air antiI In riehtt nmlI l li --- -- I lira udiuJ 10 'io invi Hous t un
dependant fflition. < tiwnrd f
-- : where + utacrs.
perhaps the thereof to the clerk far rUblin'I
&ercuo ue..Den of heDrl, IJrudaced rm I riviicges to whith u free while' man would lule beg 'leave thus ropy (
enemy almost as terrible as the Indiarui bo entitled, if mantling in his situation: at iho'' might be different. It is the tiuo of an itt ,-, to this valuublo! pubiirly to tender their; thanks! )'I They also request that these plt.taUD'Y.
themselves ; the Indians for whme yell*, liar of lustier t h lumction noiuu g ilrjto o,cr n l hotA tho Utiitt-d has olliccr for the services; he j may bo read ia open Court, pa31116ed
the wife and mother wore liitcn- Thoro I States: had such .. coutrcl.a \\uuld! if prudent* rcudercJ and their best wishes for hit t i ihu ppers I of the District, Dud tint t*&
anxiously tb.ise ,
arc relltaIps thus' not only 1'ly cxorci rd, have future lid I'Iille.|> s and log. night fter night. Thus ht thiuk laws presmed tu the country, pro j I parts of them at r-'Uto iu future ItW1
; gene our this Thi! I
upon, suljtct, impolitic ; I peace liuppiuess nail 1 Grand Jury would du injustice to
rat! and cheering prosperity had become but irauquility. If these may bo sent to the pri per Delegation
.1 gloomy Iud stern ader. Yet n tit aggravated cases would dispense: have been iuiuatrcd, th i IfjJtod State are their feelings were they to clIO their; (c'igneil i ) COT!'Oi\.UA\VtK3
ty. with
did I thorn I
t' vat you entirely. They would cause to blame, cud they are cloniltr their labours .titi! uu noticing the change I t'yrtra
despond turned responsible
; yon faces tho .
your to vcngcauco to ride triumphantly: over law, it is tho part of magnanimity which Ins tnk n "pl.tre in the condition of Moses G ,
enemy nod met the difficulties of tu ackuuwtcdu I. home Samuel iger
the tlule.0 scud inflict
\\' all hoped tho summary: and aignnl"uu" sluuCutl.f error ujd repair it* the peulII" tlf Cut Fl'>grid! within the last t Janet EISilHllllI pelt,
wasuhmid Cur I cctjjerjtiencci.
( when furbjil, that it ever should tiutu Tluuuwho Surely the United two 1tau.'hrn this court commenced its
the sufferings of the States ill do juiticc James Burnett. J. E llarrillt,
people would you
... cease: f and peak thus,-give gust t.eMion in I
We looked vent to -they "iIIluak" what' thu ,place in November A.., Elits
auxioiuly! iuto the reparation they can, Knight. Jw
.. DUll off iluir
night emotion, ; without D. Jc3.
f connidcriug what -) this whule in *
they cannot region vas the
ten re"urothat has been 'lost- high- John Tucker
Joint *
thought no saw the day dvan- their duties Meg* *
spring; own and
; thojpubli: dtmiand. they cannot awake ot state of prospfrity tho, abounded
tho I.
slab upon us. Wo havo oceu deceived Vickilurg Justlc" i i. another dead ; country James Pendarris, Robert /fenuu

r! this war, with all its evils is still around us ;; The whole Lynch SIten-tbat name urcrim'e. Should you, Gentlemen, think proper to l Mb fur i-.itli the cnitio food ofim.ii.nod other stock suitv; James Standley, Witty Brooks.

hut !it cannot always- last : the darkest hour which condemns to day and tries system remark npua the present condition of the (it be Tneu every man Stephen V. tt'albr, John R. Jig guS*
il that which tomorrow; have may osni+haticallysaid!) "sat under his Giles A iV/i> ,
.precedes the morning! bUll hi hasto and country u* doubt that henry Hop
; leisure your
i i.
repents own vine and etvl l his
; as : lions own fig tree nod
It. r.
Gentlemen, ia the migst of your calami much opposed, to good and the will be carefully re b arced by thus -in there Ui'Jfun, Jfssc Standby
ties, yon have ufiea'seen, in my tbuu hts' rights of men, ., it is unfriendly government to morality :' aut!rsrtty. luderd, I wish tho voice of tho but, before was its none close to mnko Ibo theme in (tai.1.-i Sumutl ttunitlt AbiaJxisiOn Gcic:.
to ofnlnrm
Kick and affiided peoplo could havo ;* : .
myself, 1 'have and been
sympathised reliiUn. The benignity of the law holds utoro frequently was given the
sound of
in your sorrows and rejoiced in your succcs it better that ninety nine guilty heard in these perilous times. It is tu bo the Mood hounds war was heard, motion of Ir. District Attorney. jj '.

ses. When jour citizens have sunk beneath should escape than that uuo i.iuocent, persons. f cored thit the situation and wants of the and dimay succtded were let! loose, terror j' ordered : That the foregoing preseatmrtic
the tide of war, to rise person country (he character and tu cheerfulness anti IHlhU-bed in the JirksonvilUCuBmr aa4
no uiore, uono has should! suffer ; heliovo ino.'gcmleuitm it numucrs of tho content the r
felt moro keenly : when yon have obtaiucd is better that felou should enemy, the whole character oftho war.h.ive and scalping knife the Sr. Augustine Herald ; that D"
reputation fur raluraud escape no not always been were brandished over the beads of our un thereof as relates to the trial of shve> *'d
patriotism, none has matter what thus enorinily of 'his offence properly appreciated or un and
been more gratified thou the individual than that tho laws derstood. prepared unsuspecting inhabitants, free people of colour be triMffl" 1 It J
nowaddtrssing should bo # .
''I ta ell by VHI tho torch and the fire brand wee hurled seJ
1 the llooorable
close the Conreu
cannot these Delegate iu
you. lence lulu individual hands.( remarks without
Lawless ex*
out nt dwelling*, afforded it'
It is proper to say, that an opportunity of r rages upon persons and pressing; the admiration I feel for tho efforts tho inttuittflight to the IloborablA the members of she Lt I 1
be chance for
property may only safety, all hero involved flit
holding tho tif those lative Council of the coos
reulsr from
t or extra terms of this usurpation trespass, among you, who have been) em I in this Florida
rcvengc cruelty It
; they calamity-this wide ;
Court, has been ployed at the epread of AUcbua. Columbia aud H'Wsboroet
anxiously nod repeatedly l are any thiug but jujfice according to Law I same time, in tho agriculture and universal. ruin. '
I ttugbt. It seemed to me that iu a Govern"mem When 'human blood is shed their and_ defence. of the country_ 1 DUI credibly The that so much thereof as relate to tray
t by fury, first/ imoulsa well the F
as first_ duty_ _
uCla,,,tbel.a should be adn1 the bo inionncii, .,antes orirora ten to twenty as n n tions in the river Suwanneo and Santa :
aiatered&1 may justly charged with of every man Was to provide as far ns he I be *
that a bad rule is better than no murder! in number btf goua out aud cultivated the could transmitted to the Honorable tbl.u
and thai even the mid-administration of tha vacant places and waste fields; they have under such circumstances provide, for gate in Congress, and that to much tbd lot
.laws is more tolerable than t.eir suspension In our country where opinion possesses so wrought with one 'haud on the nod safety of his family ; for the performance as relates to claims for losses sustain? <*'
much away ; excitements often exist. ,1 plough I of this duty OUt people have been branded tit
; ,But, the reply constantly returned They the other on the sword ; there is tug the present war against the SemMW
i every arise from just, (ruin generous feelings but every pros.pre by the heartless and unprincipled, with cow .
be also transmitted
; to said
preposititn to hold a court, Was that the ), that by their labor, the laud will be Delegate.It
'.' state and condition of the would they are nut the more to bo tolerated on that saved from fainine.nudjabuudanco will -wo envy nol the feedings of those is also ordered, That said pre nUse '
country not account. Virtues that crown who could make, "rlbole who .
.. permit a court to bo held. At leuglb. however run into wildness amt tho )';.ar.I reiterate be entered at large on the inmates ol
extravagance become so base, so false foul .
vices. so
When a charge.
: Ibo
an ecrasionproseuied; i itself, laud it was trust gentlrmrn ; this war "iII.oon bo That court. .
embraced with eagerness. provocation is most upon us to utter our do* over, There is impulse obeyed, that duty done, our A true copy from the minute.
Notwithstanding every reason to
teslation of some daring act rely upon follow citizens returned and met the shock Clerfc.TAXtAnASSKC.Ava. .
the of villainy ; we \\'iidulllind R. M. DELL .
eUIIemln1.tlaicb good will of the General
itquiro should be with Homan firmness
most upon our guars!. Wo should a firmness that
t. shy preteaco and attention clio wiler., i am remember Government ; upon the integrity zeal and would have doue donor ooet'. I
\ \ that justice, clearsighted; and evt to "the days that : 18. Aboat
glad 10 have it in ability of the .
my power open igaiu banded, ruul decide upon tho catc ; that site lie has knot commandiug General.- tried tacos louls." The heroism and valour clock on the morning of the 7ib ifl+t- .tlrtt
1 stow a J:dgo nrlbo country and I hich bat been displayed hy l our country* 1 par of 01. Marki was visited.N ss

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.fetch tfi&deuad 118n S U'dOIIC. Tb. the 31st. I might rely upon the word of an keep a bnarcn the top of ibo ivaves. ell aOTI' K L(1W.'etiC I

., (torn Est brought in a tide; higher than honest man ho would appear with the po remai-jcd'on) Jekyl Is1.ul.n night not ...1 IX weeks after date. we wiil apply <" the I. 'In liE Subscriber nill the dotvtof .
either beta
.vsr bten known. Several small build.ill' ales or at Foil King. A general knotting i It was iuhabited, BI.I! seem; Ibo 11011. Jucfe oftbo Cnu.." Cost of Jft JI hit .friiu.i..iutJ." pCouK oflatY. j jJ

at she light Louis were swept from their10JatIoD I council was to be held) near Fort Kiug iu Light House be caino' !o the north end Johns County, for letters of Admini.traii<>p onthe ill tho! Dititct pi of Last 1u.J.t". S J

tbe water beitlg at that jilace order to make overtures tu Ueu Jesup, and of i.. and Coding a plank launched him estate of tieth Nickcr-on. dee lao: of-said 1 D.\v. \\.IIITlIIURST.: ; !

i (iet aba' the ordinary tide. ThecLsaer that in h abort time. John llicks'is now hi self upon the sousa ), and nitli n pnddlo ha county deceased. Law.AdiniaisirniOi' ,. .
laden with Government I fur this Ho to find the (;co. UAUTLUTT. Att'y al .
Uyptrfon found up )ti the bank ,.:.ddlc,1 himstlf, across, ttigiit' 19.S I "
lad bound for the Sanlaflco river I chiefs there as they bad warned him hut the 1 takinhe last of tho flout tide, laud lauded J. '.C.UULU.. -s4a -___- ;I
Sortl. Iti'.J7.ftlnr :
drireu upon an oyster bank iu splto oftLTcretv. creeks and"streams are so filled! that it is near Air. King's.Several Angustiiie August 29. '* nLc. 1

where the water left her high and difficult crossing them just now. lie further I. fragments of the wreck has cum stint's tj rt1c.IT TIN VlilTUKOF: AMJKUKU rf Iho Jur! .t : ..

Jt Vigorous efforts are making to gel and iWIrclliYely.uuled mo that that Iho nshure nloug tho bench together with the N viitne ofa decree .r thi Superior Cmrt. li oft he County Court of t. J hnt Contitytit. .. ;

iToITwbich bnr* probably before this sue. chiefs directed him to state that they ..13\1! foremast broke (liclnw the ci'll.rn.: scboo and lu me directed. wtB) rspi 9 to |,nililie .* nlidfr.i.nftJ f.xvritct *f Francis Tii r *

eeed'ed' ; she is but slightly hmaged. At Hi. held! out their hands to ui, and called upon ncr was iu Ir:lhst. two tijs froni :t. Anfoniuinudvd sale, on te! rth day tJr S"'ptr. test, !altt\u', n mhoars \ .1.| f.. will tcit& ., t'urnaknt puMie&uction? in freiit :

several ware-houses were greatly luj.rrd .ilia Great Spirit" to TIlILICES, "Ih.t their u.i..l'ntl.1 by C"I.t.1 cllman of I 1:2 mil I n\-l:.- ;k .fth.t i !!iv m HIM: ,.t..,)V i,f 11: > <.'sirt ll'm<- m tL; Lit, Aujnstine.. on ,
Mirks 'I. { tin (: Hnn i.f tiI'M? 4: rf..t..,IV in J"I't,'moor! nez?. the follow5irsc .
and a quantity uf goods dim-ged. and) iuteutious were now siunrr. Ho said KMny lE\t.hlU.] "11I1 f |n.wr. iII:1: : IVr rr. -.u r

iaJ tue water rose ovrr the tanti to thejfiiihwftwo thing'', and solemnly lamented thu cau- I j I 'j hpj-rop* IIHVO suflTercil niurli by the late ;ii,iiai', a'l: ili-it su.tisi ir*,.I "'*,..f. t..tiiH !tinj; nl i ionu I :I$ ; nndiride-'I: :S ild! un. t rf,iic Mi..uni j m.iy..i pure: of hud /ctiutd near AluecartxCftfH
(eel. FhriJfan.Thrro ses of the war. &r. I then replied lu hin, ;I Jtlc, r .'', with th-j Severn I'lougiii' trill acre* I/in:; btriMs i'l i )p.-rt tho L!u -I.J"'IIi,1! | I I t*...; .1 of tiM 04fiiri by Itnd of:t '..- & I ,
is very )litilo s) Indian .oe\\.. The as discreetly nud as kiu.J! )' as ..auni'c! ; I ; ssako our i rops) ,!mrt. Thr poor fi-lluw came I .hun".J: ut ;'i ibsv.' 't"I',.j.e4 u: n.eli>H>i ui {.I ti-ui (i Jurctn* ; i> ftii!j r>,rfh t.r mirth of Mer ..

itttl-ttinitlo 'te' tall *.r u* -e.'1&!* till'! au ne4tH Hiked billow hut uso was a man saving that j i ashore naked !hnvi- tire hit doiLies .(fT i tiinNuf'hweJlnr: iVin-riVCn-i.: nl.llII.alll! ; ,i I Cii's". : ".11 H. "L'S tejr 5ta.: i".t.:':.? ruaJ ; and ou C \

>tanJ will prcthahly remain so until their ho XT as a ;;oud inuu nil torn it turn nhcIII I i tvhi'st: nflnut: thai: the .urt"& tu'uht not h:,,, ; rn i tI.uuaul'l awre. WI\ i..i.t d IIt: ,. ...' 'II.t : u.t! .-ji: !h. ':flb I.f':t. .

ercf* wbteh 're fast maturing, .lall lao Rath. ho owed tl.e $: !HID. nll.1 i did not )pay mo tha :,I Is.o iutici! hold of him and) thinks {tint; is \% lit ,j t nil i.Hornineiil t<* :M i utin I It-jrua'/! n.i II f I..-.... I .\1.... .'. IdeS .ilual."J in SI .\aiusIhao bonud.r4u ;'

|t. (;exs. Jcstip's !bte I'rel.arar.pue. and : lhc"niune%. i.'.*t him put the money dut ii, lira,'cd'. I II.; Kins, lq.: iiid his over ,,I "I't!d I.y liii "i.1 :r.i'sL. i I fL eta I II S.. ti....: z I !! Ita".t! Sty -'t. Cit"ro :t.e..l; nn thisr ;
ff4 of r.nd t.. J..11II1') \\'ij'Uli. !io<; n ,m '. '\JJ l l- i. i.ii \ ts: hy as lot "rmefr I:,' lrjt'I'r: or JIlC ,
\\'e !Ita'* heard' uu.figtitiuj; in the west tits! he uetd nut .iy a t 'I'cl. There! itno H'-yr, Mr. Kv-dJin:, elutlicd: l.iui: and treated: .; ) ,5
i \\\"llIla. 'u lJuI"1 I : Ci.i4\\.l. a.aI" c .t,..'." I ; ua ale &:/t.t a.y lnM; Ecsel art .ra th.i.l i .'
And is nttmtinutc : iiundfi. such lan I lu I II '
preparations > piisntial int llae. him wiib kiudncis. ,
)jtH great : t.y n I.t r""ISH: 1prnr..rty.: ..ri ..hlt
al.l ; ( .Vi.J: ltlduh.t !
Jn HiV..M
hytho : I ; ,, .
defence, bi ref.irnt'Ml nil lUlU ifairCl'nthHl : .aK!. yet.'i'flI irus trhnt Us had JOUX! GOULD. I ,
our clurf IIHH :'j I. deeil, and) yort!! ;ased l>> il.c mid: lli-v |,-u I. :I ;i r.J J \\ ; IIIU.III.tlu": '.; c'U :1. (1I'r,, It sl"e&I l lI
jet tJ ;uo fro.u that quarter '41.I also, told him that: if lhe> really* ini I I II I [\'0 l leai a hy letters$ received in thi city ,I'rheo lure Flmaut fort\ ;}\ u hundred un I I .rt. .55 i .uuth f..ri1 t\\'u ti'et' acid tsviuches! : I .

vinre our last. We understand however i tended to prcucivo tho fcood spirit which1: lhit: an.t'tJS the 1asifUU'11' a Catholic enty four dollars nut| ni i.uo r.?.t.. 1is4an1 I UV.t Olae.1tflteda1IJi2ty feet and

t bt a dwelling h. use on ibo stage road, lasIlhe I nowynoved thtm) tu rnu.u forward ; now i.t is 1'riestol Chnrlcotuii, nut Mr. Joshua! lluk- .I IJ'le above n.imd nnJi\id; d II I nlf! part ifa tract El: bar h--s ; and ou the Hast, thirty nato feet and \

\ leulen.t"1. t/( Holmes! \.cUr1.t III tmrn LIt tho time, .fl Icu our bl. ud ,i* cool tint 1 our wh.iso trunk hits heca .iekcd: oa I Ii of on;! tljil! a:>d ncr ;:!' i 4 ?teviit J t muu, j up ,
, of 'fti'liaot' nhurt tea days kitten. : iniuds aro clear. Now i is tho time (before If.1ill1'hl'-nJ no I'lytaril tf.i d--t- vC ttvilve'duMilrd.lanj : I r JOSEPH 3IANUCV. Ezentor.Jy .
a party L"ii Uliiiul Heath) with cKithiu nut
i : a- % lil, J J;. '
I I 10 Su.
A (elf tiraegler 1 were cnvridd!i iti the eveu naMher! huMtile gnu i is fired that the l termof haut 8;'I70 in Hunk HilU.: Wo also learnt I i I' u.-vcnty! 'lour ill lh:s nnl ninety one 1,1- t
cent, with lI.tot.CfI d. lui! and!
the rilixeiii :the held Mea," lost coulu 'l.o tog-i'aor : > t
and imtuedihteiy astnmfle j treaty in rUe ,
from the that tie Cotton :
: ( sum sourvi-, crop. Sue C1lI :
attack than. In ih* ii.naa lirno theyj.1t | 4ene(!, but renewed, but i if tell csii Superior Court-I ast Florida. -
> in I uaretpuctcd i i is ruined anti will!) uu yield: one thirl) the a* : U'i.: (;. DAYH, ( 'd.i.rshat.1 I If
| |*t fire tu a h" "* ,,1S1 that li'ns uutciiun- Inn hang, evil) would grow nutof thuueg* .] muuul they wouIJ haw dun*.] Sav. too.j I July ltha. Id ;17. I ll-w. I LciiASCEiiy. \

iI.nJ flc)61. -TJw1 ncre purttrd! nut! trailed) ; led. 1 u Hs very cautmus iu saving anything .V -:._- \\\Vt \. :e&d, i

in.ots ilia river where tw It Indians were"; crtiecring our preparations" for the j 5Rrsfiiai'2N ;; tj i !I \. MX: PAKTtriO!

flua.l.It'Det.! 1"1-. an uM l warrior of wounds 5% ar. lie appeared; en nitilli;ent fdl&! ", 'fur I For the' llrrald.I VlIlTUr. ufn iltcrte of the ni'cri"r J JI i'thvru.iltlrn! ;. ,5 Mhera.i )
I 3/r. Krfifor,-The ileplnrhhle t'vial, by ; I i fi aN .u 'i":> oflhc| ouir'Jin"lts' Soicitorand! S .
.IIIII.e,1, h .lla'tt IIPCII recu'ved in ihe J hut Lo delivered! : his incsitiges etc irly.aud touch Ciuirt arid si in* t1rt'r.I .I.) I uilltxfu-o iu I j!t ,
M.F itt&t ill t-eon Ken
I nmdr fa 1 II
eg-s.-tnent I.r Cnl. llmv IIi the other n ed upon, all the ofuurdiUieehiei, j.nd I* \\ hatch this C"inimiiiitv has hr-cn fousiexpcct- )public: It ul', u,. iho :t.1s day of,Vpfr. ii-xt !a. inn j 1 I ntiiivittt: i 'i<' **,i Arred.ndu. A.:. L-mi appear* i atut 7

". wh'i w si tied tea trrt. 1'ht'lleUO I lifter cnaductmg 1.1..Ir: with subei ili;uiiy, I, edly l deprived! ) tfn tu.utliertif its most ros- n tho hitiirftof l I' null I o'clock' tf tliilitay. ,S add IV. a-n t'atKiviiiJaJiia I.Jua .MclittuMi. lieu
I fft"l nlmiit ilnzrn in t.line drank sentimcot laud retired. i I pectahlc citizens ; should bo hung rcmct'k- in(Load iftheCourillnujc I door in the City ...f1i ,ii
tnovxht to l-o n Ihf'IH.rt,, : a fneudly !t iy l U i'ldler! CaUi-riu, JJadlci! ; JuLu II. 3lc'
t wl their cours** lay: ton aidsthv) east. -I Lid.Wednesday i Our ",'uuh. neveilliilc; are out every day 'I' hcred and) served n, a triiwing for certain ,i, Jit. A i IIlIIUC. .line lot of ,rmmd knmtu i by t'''' 'i i l-.ruib.! t.IJZl U., Jiha! il. .'jc. 4'V,
hama.,1"I Joan L" William Lotofljrotniu. i-nd
--- : ---- 'I.ttU (and I h:vt; fiw rotii{>;tnies mounted turn Cnjituhialto have din hardihood to ,'cn. iMwwT.Joncki> fur ... lusts, Mary L. Cunch, lltthcati
mortjjnpcdto !*, d.1.1 C
( ture nt sea without ballast. : L Clncr! Jr. Henry A. Clinch, Catherine .
1'r r'rl' "" f'rlt and twenty Cf6tk) with orders tn bring in ''red aa.l '
thiee hun' five .! :! '
J. U.t -\ I 'hostile tbu (h3 huv. I There is not the lnt iluuM! tint lisa )Ios :I II .rIJh ninety Clinch. ;%ich..1! 1. (;som-I,, ((1"0 31. Clinch; ,
I every may Icell. They, I uue celtl" with int-rctt !!he.ri fill. M t he fiuij u
eight IJttfufanUrJ.wph! l Daniel J.AClirke
of tho .Srhr. S. Mill
{ ever are gone nfl I bciicic (ice til- ti.lth H. is entirely niving to t-d front I the iiTili Any) i.f M l: r -a.: 1 J7, at (iIi" rate .
11 1 837.fla A portion nl'U.e tTnidant! in the bov.
August I this .f niul tho
4 want < pr ratifesa! AlfrrlMiits; of ttil .1'i 'I 11"t .
( July.) t fight )per n-nliini niiniiiti -
)per lit iiietl iit. reide our t>|'tiM 1 crni<;\. and) some
.: : - i Thi* uhchief safs nmnag ulSter thiiig* .rm:1;! I Inh ,liituit :cu.'r"II.huuM' testify their I i i. toi>uy nit tint curtain: lot <'r ('Utri-t 1 I 1' cru'itulit S uuhiii in U:,- Li.i'cil flial' 5jSt ;">trc in the

* illntt,! of tUo tidilur: ; (rum a suduea and t' th"y would have goaetu rft 1 I. Augiutitm fall disapprnbatiun of sn h an evil )'rnclIcv.tIyr i. IiI iiutcdandin! ; in the afore-.i.d Jay; ,.I!' rt. I i"o
,e ur lUck ulbihour.disease.detained ihe spof t if titoso: 4 fuulbh; lVljv\s! taken by Cap;.tin fusiiijt tn coultZeuanco tasty master of vessel \ugustiu-, cuiiuiiiin, ; 'loll) fcit ia iiout OM! : aWni? defendant do appear and answer the sail

U tla II iraU until the frosem lime. t! I Haii'on hnd gone strait in the mail; and) i sailing l from this pun without hnIh..r.I feet in deiiUt and IniutiJ a* Cuin:>l'iuaiiU Lan of Complaint, t n ortcf'ira
loflll fulhnTi : that i i. to thu north 1 I. taio.called
my, on } a
'ACITJZUN.Capl : the 2ithi d" of Sejitcuibtrr next, otherwise the
m.talc! their business .vhcn sizd.i S iy
they wcro i'artiicr iJnc, v.h.c'i; the snij j"tfr ':/,
D ; nu ?
T"' I4slcr. Oa day 1:1&: i ilht. Cul.of I it.l Lilt \t.tUe Mkea/TJ caKf.tto ag licit them. .
; .\ (bad .. t<)U them l-y th: thoV (Inc. ,
very .toryi. hIT.\-cn on *t by a M of Fnnm uti tii'liith :: <
IIntl the SJ te;.. 1. d. Dragoons '\sib a WM. tf. or theC'l Ilrfjt. AIM it is further ordered that this order blS pub.
had"t lot ofun Ih I
| ouo who oeaped and they ui- by a i'vim, wliiclia nt '}
i ;lied week f1n'illhc 12Dth
| 3i
>ii co a < day
ktcimeut ol(u'J mcutftariod in boats on an exeiNdiiiin '. lie tuad) Low' it teas till they saw 1", J.1)' I ( S. ;Arty in n fit ol Temporary: derange tiTus ute the rxecutioii of*ai
I plsrlP: | soutli of city.; (In rn.rh- C..rh' men nt Foil .\ ii." ; nil-lit 'IIrc,, him,fIf (rot,, tho item :f'uo i; ell by HIM Su au %llIrllhv.! nit on tint IIat S'y n : at Augustine Ibis llth day of March 1KJ7.
1, ( 1 sto imliuHt John M'J'au in A-i ..ra, ver, [ boute anj lot ufntio Altn"UjlItU. -1'111,1: l 1U1I11.I I uun'r. .
tho UAYlU-'U'UEllJ.
it found
lilt >|*tiiiZisbjr was inijw ile! turr ait.JttUII.bul: gouaduwu uwanneclo y I .
near Clurleiton S C. Q .gaged: pteaaeies| iheii b. i-i; in litu j' muM-i-.n
01 tljIi$7
ter visited tho 750 I Judge tJup. CauttDi E. F.Copy :i t
< .aaj tU wind Wuwitig! tinNtnily ahpidThe! Tampa) Hay a having I inst. r.nil was drnlvnod.MAUIUr.lK J anJ actual occupancy T the saiJJohu 1.4111 I Attest
.1 tlleditiou encainptJ un t:.e>litarii .ullth ul iiau IIl'U'ulU&lI, ( .&(' of Florida) at Netvnaasvile.ft liams and a!.o the lnMii1'.*, out Itni.-.', ; Ii. II. CI333 Cher:.

,hit: *>n' 'Ihuitfuit in re'.unlt.ig: tuc wind '"ti.l; I !: I. I: h ::s : On Mondaycvrninij 1 by tile Itcv.C !: Slut build! tr'l Jiiigs on nn sai-II c !);if 1 ci.I cef. and the grave, crclnrdI 1--,. -- --- \1

1It4I"'IS; .aU"1* the .V. i II. OKO vh, .I&tt. ..I'-um". e : i 15i: ;. lltui.jltrnantitz; .nJtMiile returned to t'.i* ,. n'"pj'1r.. I'ETKU rt.i! rioMiss Ftu- I The ttbove n cued prnp"tly i i's levied on as the A.\ .J.Lhl.' .\XC.rUILhfr t. aiceud tbeordii .

( iI"t m..d ,Las u&d aZ1W4 s 'iuanJ sanet.iry I city:; ..d Friday |jt.ig. au.i Li'rtz hr.h: of tliiei'.v.CbMiiiiiI.iy | droperty; o!Joint! I.*\Vilinm! tel .atillr, :hvin ; i.ctt: tu (jruvide for racing a revenue for

ij.v'atber. *a ntumi/Jitj whifh she rapsindaaJ4 I f''Iv_ _1' : ____ -_ IT. J'-ockesof a debt of ihrre hardred mi-1 twu- } iUcci() of:\ugutti e suitor the ollec.
Ih; (i-Jrnicanj ;uitcjivc! LccnmiH. I ) E':!) i t) flvo djhars nlU''Y uill" cent. with llzeraiotIb ton thereof parsed hit March le:.
Ui-rsanJ Col. .
"vin ,
y wg.koned. ; Ue it ordained the and AUermeaol 'I
!iiiioihCKcrvici-of the U. State order of" :hUU.01. Q.O! tWit tiI.LI451 Mnd) fali} ce1e4 CO.C '*. bI 3hJ'f.r
I Ci..l). lUrnny l trha\v < III Vie bOlt t iipLI1IaIefiIl.inI by ; innrning, liht August, nficr \VM. {. 1J.\\'Ir bvp. Mar- tjecity vf)1. Augustine, i'hat for 4te )oar

1 r"'tll a Varrelof 1 bio&U until he 1 I (icii. J.iip ':.d he hana"'jniud cuiuuan: j of the a long and painful ihlaiesstbss CIIAULOTTK July lit!., 1537. 1 asl,there hall be levied and coUectsd on and 'II

'HroW tbe .!. .t diivUiun of:Ilon!"). uf the wuth.t I .\. I P. FO.STANK, aged) 20() years. ---- ; fioni every persuns, vending|oodJ, wtre and I
1 Qe.On S I t tai! fit .. on "rilll i>' last private |I OIUJLN'ANCK; for the preventing tmI iuerchuiiUi&tf! lie thy, the Jui.u"iuf sums, to 'It

--- -- --- A c :ac .IU'It of 100 mca, tIIJrcu'd-.IJltb on.iy I (itnu'u'III: KUT. o'f Cait. I K. U. Hllt/I.u's cum I I rnnninff i>f any hftr, or hnrse. thruugn the wit: .

TUt'.JaylUt tvvj iiefroes returned (r"I1"-.-"I I1l1rII 1 I hut.Ve '' pin ,'I*\'ct" Vobintwrs..MIW I Kiroet. of tho city of :t.ugLRstlle. I Ull th3 invoice amount rf stock in trade.

\:1tII.a'l: wli-lb-r thi y Ind gongs to emfe.Vir turremcr \ fa ira tits! ,!etattbi; !iit his returned) j j'I'hcy CyiitJiii>. : <1 iy.KentncUv.On of -nsiii'ptinn. .'Ir. St"el of I licit orl/ ;rd. Uy th'i! aninnnty of tl.e Mayor ,' \vlierc the fmndlctJ llenju: d bla.dus.tir7 saul cents exceed fur two every thousand ban-

the b Jips uf and alderman ofthccity of :\uacn.liuQ.,
I th
> who were drow I
explored lliu :tif.ith (fruits Mutii//: tu Siarday .rt..s linerillg illness SAUL. tired doflar :
aC I. .J in ('.I UM-l ll.irnry's fp diikri, and p pvut4thi' ; Iti.u'i. 'K.q. late'.jul! of tlo U. S. fjr tEe j from am! after the IE1i114:jif thi:* iI4t, ni person ; If above tlutatuonnt and not cxceedin; four :
Muxjiiiiu Inlet. \" signs oftvieck' w ero : hall canter. JJU"i"!! ; or run. ur cau i lo ; : :Iy.nw two niPiMiti tie toutli r'.do.V : ,( O.t. fJr.: rIotrih.! I ( thiuu*.id dolbis Seventeen dull", wills the
> um'c.tbronh .
thaua/ itt/ hUll ui-ir' ; lin.'cr
I a ;
icovcrfif.! '. Twu tracks and say gt.
wcro Ie. is, additiun vt'un dollar sad ixty two and a half
.ujn1.h! amUi.uMhcy! )lia-1 tho 'p' i '7Th)rrli1.i 1. ttw: ,Irctt, fir tlu tub. Av> peronlii. ..
thuusauddulUrs above that
were >Mj'u cJ t-j !t.c trad!;< ofJuJi ms'ur ia' 'iuhtlll .< act, hiJ.! c? nti"! thereof cents tor etery a
11' r ufisj.s.: 1 Vy Kiid thAt they tvo; : .fr-l I''lion 15 ih'i! _. 1 4\1./1 ,,.. JA. 1liIP1UI. N. tV. ; Lern. the ilnyor icy .th-r j,i.ii.. c.r tiws l pei cr, .
1 Jiit., gt .u t''iiiii Oti slave a1.Othe <' of 15 and under
t were
) i> : di.tltit4Jal.\\.l.IIW.L.! ncrv eg
_. in ill fated "It Dllvd (l e Juli r f sn !; i rwn"p it nit? '1'111 '
fur t
which IMS mcurri'd
ears nnr
i. t ar en.iil''i M IHUI) tu v.r'whii V 1 t'if' y \Vc 2>rccnt our: rviders niii! the aU'o! and Pail Tt-rritoi caused IU evere> and widespread a t dollars: fir tli s <"coti'loiri' 'n" one. hi'f' of whrohnhal n-i cuty! juAia iit'the ittcint'nu vu'titft vl'fVtislave, rcuij uihJ it such shuttle slave the to '1
iI.'I MHI 'j'lp) :wrtit wt-nt ifitii) ( iita mile loa : flonn\\ a. tio! unfortunate Jos' of d.d'e"'I'I..-- ) !! g'" tft t'io informer ai d) one Imil I.' .h city. IIIKKO a return of f th* Mama tu t tax collector
,I tl-MjucMit) .:h. ru uf Ju IK. >eAii ee uif ojijwH.te: fade ii* tl.e river, With her wero tau! Inpes, the happiness or"iwcoJ ou urttfure the time prescribed in the u itpt i
i I ties u( .I/ac/iifi/, CWuntbiu, Uilltltoibugh has P311"3tJ fir t ihii act, tin cattni. drayrta'.i,
children tint
and Ilfolllrrnulllln"hine '
!hr ; pass. **ceding Wfttiuii of thu ordinance.fc'cc. .
: -r wtvH ih ir h !kf rchicf ,
ntij .
i jn< te I \\"uulltr. all LtJllI\.d! l tu :n .t a l.\Iar I
I I.nt late Court p..1 1..ln the t-had! > of widowhood and orphanage. ( 2. TlaatitIish1be the .
the trn lerm tn tbeHupcrior I duty every mechnnt :
: |
'e.b '.J .. uf rate tliau the cunitnunnk! nf lior-c ntcr! npenally ,\
iMfujip. iii4 Uy or :ltr Cut. Hartley a I I' ana If ft nto wile r.nddo,olatii;* waste uf hope a ,.
toto keeper, vender ccod vvaies,
f: cjaient: of min under lh.: uitiiand Lieut. : \\hlcli will! bi rend with intcrett. It Uviit.. and heart. Mr. 111I.011.Va' well known to this' of fixe di.Har.4 0 ir a white.Inln.) and if aud nierchandizestounie4! return of hi. her or

J 1:. AstwUT iiim.cdiutely weatduwnj but IrIS in the Judge* uII'11 pud iMppy c-mmninfy and Hppreeiated: a. man sterling' ;,'. u free cfllIJrellH.'roolnTJ.. tauhtto or !av |;.c ftiail) tli-ir sluk l in tr do to iha tax collector, on eatk ? r

e.uiJ; t.ot fu.d lU iudivJuait.: 1' 1 however 1 ttle n r.J its perusal will ofTuril a trcnt rich: : character cntiori.> he; the.iinuVd solid! Ihe ncqui courtesies,.itinn* of of Sn a n iffinenfHof fnl edit Iii receive) the ctor:uveit'y iniit'rtpc|I.e paid anti!! tt it:iz may'! cC1I11'liiuud in *evurt ua-l lee .i I on bfuY tho first day ol June uext oud ou ueg.lect ri

r N* ILIUfltgC14.Id lu;1 w J tl.etn fur four miiesoing 1: find rare. Tlic ;pre" ntmcuts ufthe (jrand !'- n'ir. r-.rider! ins him tlie! iho .:rclt d.l" >j'tioml$ witli ihe fr!e jn. rll. orniuhtto, or in ts I f'or j failure!.' !wi.h to co u'y't I of I.thill uit.fcc. % .! ba subject tu a 1ttUIIJIy i

lwtu at4o l tuovtrrtake them. \aacd: friend. In the -, Itt of any "t.YO CiJlJ"lictf'ct oitnis cllf> pa-
l I.t. n.nnd
Aigivrs > Jury u Inch n '- :..Iliu j.ti'ulisljara! only thu ': very tl" 3. That e\ery l'UjOD'ir persons, after
I 111&0 finof five and in lieu
duilnrtf cost
I ,
UM'I b-Mli.olof I |if. I h, hi pawed: nway-1-avin; a I Ii the
0fr tew it as bis opinion they tvero in.: paeofthi4nrdinar.cebfoebe1ic! or they
atteniluu .r 1.11.
i ii 1 i wifaand ihr..ul d\llshcr tIJ nauurn1hstosi} :: J1tnishIuaeut.EEC
yoiin i III .it a Stare for tin sib: of good, wares on
lu tttn tracks. Oiwhudlhe I OJUMI
:III.aaruJee tiC b.-ic, I I : :a. We furJicrordlined, Tint nil< ether

> .;.'lit .hi"' trac:.; the other a natal] bare foot.Auirt i t' 77; ll'u'.ctA: Mail. Thu toni4tery irrj i j I!, indeed lint n irr short"parsblr.timfr hid .-lnp
igntaily.: It inuuu '':rky.: Uu the ; lI July.|| linlly recovered from a l IlIn: and wvcro ih1ies. It' of tiid! city, fa*:..!r ratn than thicntMinua scciiun
0", ,.ii48 '{ iie follow ioj extucl of I 1 I .Iow trot nr u.hore oniiirr} this liko penntty ; anal) i* directed under she like penalty.
we rocrirol I a regular western: unit ; and on tho ;. friend were nan/nine in the hope! that a sea vuy etc. .. It shall: l.e the duty of ute tax collector
letter fnmi an authentic sou roe. dated MieanuJj ) t since. There tiennexcue :: are would) ) lestore: him to the very maturity ..( I II 1 i if the person or )'CtOfl4 drivjug; iiI; hitte luf.I forthwith! make a rctuin tu ibe
Mill August but mm* rsn now I i I its or vehicle contrary: to th<* orditnnre., shah I.e mayor etery
lu nhh. ,A ". tlieno hopes ari now extinct; ;-
AM:. 11, 1337 contains lur"unuion'wbicll ,I a .:a>p oifttorjyhrre gou I.."JRt or merchandize
I rLall be Lvid:
H ; forftilur.i rancpiihty prevailurt1iI ..JUIn'rIhe parents or .
lie "aut uch".gt.1: the 11 Ir.o.uffi'rin:,rurtllf'"llrm .
are kept' within the iU andhall alo
> sn
e$y ttcf.U uutntcrcitiu* to our readers. I li.iMc: fur iht; uf ant)) pcuMty'ad
the nnd the reads and' tU"4lcJYr until death c'oscd the traded )payment sniy
thrnuh ctiuntr
l.fC-'lt ) ; ;. : pro a'vlwUtion prUJ:,e itauiv* ltiOM! who Into failed tu mako
Lu i for tber of
Tli ;i iuiiJOKcd .
trgurn&nk.-I '
ji\c thitu7u.sai. oc j I btiP4! oa the: r nte ere in tolerable order.! Will) I; Irur.'e. E. U. GOULD, 11.10r. :: n rrturn I.f l ck m tr-de as afore liJ and

i curriuc,*uJ; i iy tefr/ol' what 1\ill,Uke pLce, th'ja! wh iie Jut*lit ',. find where ihobt uac le.i : < -I __ ___ _. --. __- Attext.n, SWilI; Clerk. VI I!I it sczti!. ba t!:: f mh" r duty .r U,* said: tax col-
for Wet kttuw iww fair hue been their i>rctui fes lJ lei : 'r iuMic'iutclj afivr Ut raid hut day cf JUlie
I aud carrtcU.o! ft AKfiSBI .J 4;11 Z'N 'L.
i .
I ah'isdy." I 'I t 1 .- -.-;:: -- --- I .. CAII'IIOZl.-.p. I:, lu proceej 10 a"cctlaiu tI..J w.lke oul thu amooll' .
P USJNS truioI of tatc4 duj I'ttiui e4f;11 "iiireci>r .hult ketpcr
I h-rrby.fwin :
II wu 1M uWrved that'not one word iA id 1;t TU Sliipicrtck oj tie Sd. S. S. Mfffc.Hy .- l I ALL wife *n my nre drennnt. u< I am detcrntin.ednottu ;. egieuLIy tu the ieluru-4. ul.ere letuih .Ill have.

I.. ai''ltr.rilr.ti",. dfruan she ienvr otth '-1a14" iho following extract from tho Daricn: ..dZ ) I payany debt ofhrr contracting. >.. t a.cii liiade, and wbtrre lilt rrturn sliall have

ve infer that U.ey hue the idea UM-V w ill be lei Telegraph! Extra it will bo seen that thcrois LUrilliUL \'C\)! tL been niu'duji* ",lOIn! tiu>ate the ame according .
aiftiic. The prjpoiiXien to exchange the '1c uc..tulrufrQIU St. Atigtsstz.e,19ia! 1S37. JJ-.Jw. to i be.t jiid;uieitt, and IISM-M a liuut-le tax
not left room tu Joubt tho occurrence of -- ,1 upon iieh. Utfar.qneut, and gite ootica thereof

ecioi thy whites fur iher ctptuicd Ly uur : this dcpluraMe! disaster: Till lOll ofsuiuanyuf I)\) OF ST. AURUSTIN12. LEST Cl LTTAW t ,t tueparttur I'a...". who may have the( .amccurrrcitfd

Uwj-.,locks like this. They know UM lie 1 I I I I<: i>ci. nutia in\. or. ff the .inie.hall IH?
beta cannst be ) our valuable and citizens wo .AKRll'EI 1,. lTD !KM.UNINR: in the P\Ju Olticr. nt St. couid-ied II .lI.t t.>jeeiutt. il an appeal' .h>tl
hipliedand they exchanged unJ
: Ita Auutiuf. n.-riJa!. on the ;CUih ...rJuut 'I be .
have reason tu lament nud it i is a heavy Sclir. Gen.i1IhclI Washinglon, Kerrison, ; tua'Jj to feint iu len &lay. thoreatter.dec
aft J Jt tbei ale I'reM t. Uur negroes are tiscletstbeui CItatIeiton.2iI.ctt. I l Ic;:r. \\ hid ,, if not takeiLjuut in 5. Thai the pnijaluos prescribed by this

IOtltew. they say, And cte unfit fur. war stroke upon us from which we will not soonclcuvcr. : Uscar, Keayoti Charleston: 24 hours. three mruth will ho eni tu -denerell! I crdinaiao; bAn I to )prnsrcmeil and recoveredbeforunny ,.
I .
114 doiJsdctsth.y i.rc willing to exchange t.c! III ;, Many uf iBcm have Ic.fllarge families I t Mit.r.u. I i'oil OfTirc) as Dead !Lettrrj.A I judicial utlic r Inving cugnijnncothfreof. .

fer lotir own who w ill be usefulViU.' all! their IIe'cfuI i who, by this melancholy RViut, have Sloop Splendid lleltno. I I'ctt-r Mittpiir, S "
I II >itc. U. Tim: the tli t'and xTond section oCtIeultlill"IIC'HU"l'tt
-ulUtivuLciy tUsks their I been deprived sujiporl nut) protection am! gsenei's, Onria* .Allfii U L1. Masse, f*>q. lII# tl.e KrUniauceti* wl..& thai
;felIaif In the Mrs.' Urea\.., Miss tnJreo.I \Villia.u. U. Allen! i1. i S .iit-uGu.tur. ordi
.I1Ij ui.til Uty uie on shipboaid. we cun11 tnnuo widows isu.) orphans. I j i I5 nJ even put bfnuy "

,will not believe their peaceful ovetluitt. tint ( 20 tu :,(J: duNIsi9iu Mus r. Lnivtuti, Dud Uose. u. John I'.itttui. I l.5lCs oi.tllictiii' ; Miln thu I'M: a id the tame are t
I It estimated ruts I
? and lho the
** I Lancaster Hrown Siinnel ]'iu"lffj, lu-re-hy pmled Mid t-x culctl\Jr.1II; .
Tu.ta-uugge, a suV-chtef, a tort of HeU drafts, bank units aud specie wore Jnl.lhul'" Hale.ff.N I Culls)'. C. lit Art. A. Dun Joso tiisto ccltectii'iiiiftfuMaxiM herein pioide.l, ibaUUii t

** ), came io yrsterday with message, (or lost on board of her. I virtuoi'fa decreo of ii! ,, Sni erior Court C. do lu I'eniia. \I i governed bv tu! oflho ordinanfuof
rttler fur he said things' of I! this> march lc-20. 5
messages many and diece.t: I wiil to public! U
LITE LOST.A 10 lUG expoto AtnlrctT! Curli -Ith ,i
a Hccful cburuclcr from the chiefs so \vo SHIPWRECK-fOUHTEC I III toei.o Mayor,
; of Movtiubrr .
tho following I iHjemi Monday, ddfly next, I Irtiller ', P. Ht-cd,
.*l dun n, mill Paddy Carr snail 11II irifn.l hnsfavnrrd us with I between Vie ItJiir of J'' ai.d I o'c1tckofthat day. ) ;I IJ'c'f., HcntAUDo. SKC.U Clk.

.i!,K talk.*' He stated ihnt .his first oljrct :-The seamni Mr. Cote, is iu ibis city. 'iu front of tho Court HotiKu! door, ia the City of i, Penis!! '- S. j jJaincj I; .

IU ."ltu call in nil the wurriom (if auy uotv at present, end substantiates tbo account. t tit. Augus'ino. sdI that certain tract of had!J 'lying C rflu. \ tII. Siuli.isouClcw. !j, -

.ud us) anJ) to givo them the ordcrs uftb I ST. Sinn*, August, ley?. ,. and bern; in the county of 3JoNlulh. cnnii ting I I). U. lit Autshlery.Sergt. I: ,1'oE'27:. .

a thirls.not tu do another, a hvtlite A .ai1or by the name Abraham Coir, ofoiiK nndividu'l! half put of the plantattua: called Thins II. \V. Alexander Sidle.Dickion. :i :lilll.L Ul :3UJ.U n. tint 3.1 MonJar in

1I1ca who says tiiut ho is, as ho !believes the : Orange Un ve, WiltS tlio improvements; thereon. U S A, U ( umJ' 11. lJrt.. V f'uu"t ntxi, nt the Court IIon o in ihui
4 n. uulil further orders to mule.1I'll
or survivor of thu Si. Augustiao packet ,, eonUinins tlin-o lnusan.! | two hundred acres of Francis )usliu, Gcor;u Hhivcrlcy i .sly of :t. Ansntini", SIX LI U l)1Efl Aftl
11 "liie.: man's .property. Tliat he tars: only H. S. Mill- of SHI tons burden the sanu iu"*re ur I L'". Tue mctt.i and Rev. Mr. O'Douuell '1'. MM.TV ACKKH: Ul-' J. \\U, bclonginj ,..

med to know how they will be received) cbooner and, off ; bound* uf said tract being III follows:-U 'gin. K.: Thu JiiJ-o nl tlio f Ut ilstatei'fllcxar: HKTCE. l.ite f riouih Cjroliu '

17 the wlutc taao. 'l'b.t thu council held atrbitop's bouud to Charleston upset all Jek111. I 11111" Ia't and bounded IV nt by the Halifax river Isaac s.erbrook.d: County Couri, S i, i:ec.-Kilnsted in rit. J'IHM Conntv.. nliontci .,
* 'Towu 'lately, had resaived upon laud iu 7 fathoms water aud perishedbut I rutminc nortli "0 degree* vest 103 chains, 30( I :ht mites sOuth itLild city, and on tltowetsidenfMatauzns ) .
himself. This melancholy disaster oc. t the II nut by n cinal 1 running south 55 Dragoon Mosquito.F. Uiver.
riubtbe Hatchet, and have a fair and) links; on being A part IIr flue
11F Wit tudcr undiug with III. Tlmt if they 'curred i dutiug the Cillo ou Suuday Ibo Gilt I decrees west.WO! chains: and 9U links; and on theiestandrontliliy The Tnt Collector II had of?!*J acres. rormerh owned by Dan IV.dru \

"rtteivediu afrirudly raauaer they will ;t nut.. about 11 o'clock in the) muruiu :I'b re I, laeantlsnds.. ) .. as. eppear. *.by..a James Farnhnm Moiquito.Cuiun. Mitanda! ; silt by order G( Uw lion. Iia.
,1 oil board. 15 it* nil, among them "cpo survey made ny Jonn i"nrc u, ana uaica me win G. 1.\ Art. WillihaBTucker, U.Uuald. Juii:i* of Ui. ifuuutv Cuet& to *aU.l>
were U I
&"' a ltdgt of ih.:ir houc iuuutious. Attis ;! white woaiau and 1"0 bl.ekltllll; droued \,- I day January.: 1801, (the lard on the north now O.Mnuiieur Spanih l TOM p, EJnmc "' the debts i.f* ita t 1'll\tlJ.

t Ihs ntgroes ucre iu.tllutIYllinaed, that 1. ODe the cnblo. Mr. Cote reached use belonging to R. U. Heiiot. aid those on the fjTtiomai thlcu. "*,IIIIOI'CU.' CII\U.t$ ;: DOU'KIXC. Adln'. I

III h. ww atjrocs taken amT the ucgruts tbat in Island ubnut un hour salter I I nuiilh to Farquhar U lhune.) Tim said three U. < iner, F, lat ,%rt'y. 4\n.Ii..c.' )lay .h. IP7. .
t4 ruuiway. Here be stated that they ..middle ifickyl thtiimnd ttvu hnii.Ind ares, being the inns-, Jamoi Goodtn V. ---
thuwreck ,
sets a plague to them as they knew 'but *uu ot, on a 'Iliir.r1'lIo last he lau tract tint wa conveyed by Mrs Ann Hernandez H.Ilichnrd ; V. 11. Vision.V. f 4 IVCIIAUU oVIc1E.
the .
and Captain
kit), it was t'uttoni up, .William: II. Williams, samuel II. William-, '
4fnrarareauiI bad most
aupplf :
Uiry 10 hen.. Harvey. \ s OU\\ \14\U A WILLLMI n.
Ma and t"u Mack *eamcti were on avid John T. 'Vi1Uatns.'Vie .
.rthtm. TutU.nugg' o expressly; declared I c. awl other men iu the boat I : above named property i.levie.1 on as tho James I horn, Comp. Jacob Ward', nltrilr. Lavios.afsocutedtbcmMf
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**t Ills negroes; "ere an en/ 10 ttieiii and) I bottom HOOD after the "rtv Samuel II. \V4Unma.Zo sitisfy Williaia !. I A, lstA'lillery. $crgt. D. \Viinm-!! e4in the, will practice
full of water. prop iu theCourta
which th
**i they mesu to give ttteui Dud was of debt oflhree! thousand four C. 4lhArt'jr. Eastern HHtrictof Florida
up. him with nobody in it.- II. William: a Omega I DtraDo. stall Cotrfp. and the Contt i
boat uirp..ale Let.
k. ** l Jbir' pasted by dollars and seven
hundred and forty ono twenty J. Latbim .
schooner in iifcbt uhon she upset ter aJdie.. lu them at Su August we. E. F.
II thl laid he bad iustrue There M as a thereon at right centsiuperanoUui.
first plaice h. cents vtith interst per M. STerp'l S. S. Wallet.
i be.lioYCf / (during the of
and du" her, but ns be aim or r ion ConzreM) to Charlea
ran of March. I'-'tf
UJUlQ from !22J ,
to Gad Ibe pouics which were slotcu day William Alcluuii V .
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Du'tvmijg.V receive
City .
fcfliVtTJj They nero promattention.
k. saved uouti of the erow. I dollar six and a cents ersK
hI siuca held one quarter
ou the July, ( they KMA3 1 WALLEN, P. M. I
that ii. thuso I 'hr.
about 1t .
) IJcp.
..lit IOtnICU) aud bring tbtai in ; that to. lkc not already tai ue\f.drowntd.floating It was too rouEu lu J Si. Ang JOHN"rinp. Augn,t 'J9b: 1:57, St. Augustine. Fa., istJtiIc l 1ea7. f St. Att5tistiii! Jld1! 1)b.) | 1PT.7 l?--.f'u.' I

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.. PETITION FORECLOSE A MORT ; TO rOKfLLOSE J jUO/.T pod governincnt ditto City of tfU Augus* before the said Mayor &l such tine II. 'be stall tiec-'l. ". .

I GAGE.. I (U.tUJ C ine," the safety ftlao inhabitants thereof "II.e. deiprwwation signa1e, and shew cause, ifaoy be bat or caw a* -. .f I .J'....

(a. <>f the public morals,""andtoe. pre- sty, why afire should$ not be assessed against b e -. 'iJ8' Tb L
Jouv II. Pfticr tucKuilL aud :otluefi .articularl by
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S Tuo.u C. ( .
\'enion offence spinet thepublic pwce I him, and the retain of the said commandant shall L Aklermen. for.tb
C rTsttsS named iu the petition: ibat regular Iud etticicut patrol be established. be saflicicnlpri/ "evidence of sudr delinquency b foro enteriog said cky, ."
C James Williams. (Trustee of Slaw Will": ) l ttritf the Mayor and Aldermen' of said Sr3eo. npon titsidkehvct.of Uw
by city.
.' t and Herman Stump.: DIRK Ez.IScIIMAI: .. ,. Wherefore il is hereby>> by the said 42. Bo' it further ordained. That if tbe orb office thoasaod, dollars give a'Lqc la t d...

f ;, 7TOT1CE IS HEREBY: GIVEN. That in I ffOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that con Ilaror and 4\lderlllell, Thai every while male! person so app in\cd tu command said p afro I, and sufficient ea. .I .

S :' ..' c.gaw.uill'lIh the act of the IxJgislatiyc l.,i fortfably to the act ,fthe Lrgislaiite Conn I habitant of Mid city;over sixteen, and. not exceeding shall neglect or refuse tu p.:rfortnallorahy of the I b y the said 'nit.or sureties Aldermen, to b ..

,. Council of tbis 'IVrritory approved | Hh De rilofUiis Terrify. approved Jlth December. : sixty years or age ajiall) be liable, to do required<< of this act, he shall-on con for the (ai ), 3lllor ae of those, CD

f cember.hhU.e..talled..t\II.ctturt'guldiorho, IKI.! entitled,"an act 19 regulate tan) foreclosure I iBdrol duty therein. vicuon before the said Mayor, be fined in any o 2 performance datiec
\r\ foreclosure ol mortgage"; by the Courts of Common I ofMoitgagcs.byihecoarts Common Law. ofthiTerritory See. :g. lie further ordauued"llist the major ruui not less than live dollars: nor more than I 'w tee, I iefanhcs .rddiised'rbai all

I "Law of this. Trrrilory, and fur other purpo-C .and for other purposes,.'a petition of said City shall cause .every such while auule tW\'UI)' dollars; and jf.any other ufember of said I tlafores4idj ay bcrtufor. b.aeol"c.

gus a Petition or the plainttlfin tbo above cause 1'', of the plaintiffs in Uw above cause has been duly habitant to be enrolled fur such duty and that patrol (who shall have been notified .in rnanufe"% fit of the t. a.aD.
lu been duly filed the Clerk': Ojlire "f the .ahdcitysbaUbepaid .* .
III 11 Ofilcc of the Coiirl:
filed in the Clerk's Superior taidtna/orbe authorized and required! tu cause 1 shall fcegtect or refuse.tu perform .ail surer jlmuoj t& "*
Court fur this Dutnci to be held iutbo I M
Superior for this district to be held-in this city of bt. An not less LimO lau of the said while *\/'< .inbnbit t>r any p'ait of the Uuties required o! him by tbtsj See. 'J. lit
Citrol St. Augu"uneiu which petition the 1' guniiiH, in which said pctitiou, the tenements to be detailed fur each, and to net shall f i'f.iJit. Tlilt D
nut ever/night oi or disobey any r! J I hall be dr." .
I&Dtlland tenements.. the! defendantto I ; ef.
by mortgaged by lliesaid delendaul lothesaid plain perform patrol duty within the limits ol said city:C. drder: of the said commandant: ,or uf Ihecouiniaii, cept'ou .lrm.te nude '

the plaintiff& are particularly: described$tuih ol aud.No I1 I' taft; are particularly described aud setforth. '1"lit: Sec.! a. Be further ordained that tbo' ,..lId !| j unt. of his, quad... lie bdll on conviction as aii Aldenneu> appropriation aforesaid : Dud b'lh$lay 1

'.' set vein r, ItfiJJ The and,iorgigtndatedtIiu IsIdu31IJlu! ;I ; tu foreclosure til'*,' nortcage, is dated the unit Uutuber Ib''U:. ; and mayor shall appoint suuie. suitable" person 'from I j, be lined sssisny 'duos. nut lea> than" two paytnent ol money by the said alolde. tot l

I made: liable to 'IbrecluMire utter the lapsed sevcieailrom I among those thus detailed-to command the same i : Uullarsuvr uioio than ten duhar: and (or ih l s l Truur.s
let Uie lapse of three tear* fiom the date. Thoproperty I b slgnvdtiy.tbO uiavuf,
; ( Ihe .ad
tho V'Utli JfflW.
mortgaged described in tho I \ tieptember for tho time being who shall be obeyed and resm! mortgagea
; property IU'JlIgn"d; Iii a. ,ullu"- p,cctcul accordingly and said Mayor shall furimh j pi t0ut10S1, thooVlendaiii may be tukeu, and J'' Sec 4.I3siifaruAstorddicdThitit
of in {Graham's
j < "a tract land : near :
the dividing line between she (milieu\\:11111"of .i I.:, I i Thai creain.lioiu wild lot ground I I.iug :and I tutu with a list ol tho liien t'LIOCUUI1)Ue hits pairol I 'rcom.i sited lu pilAOti un'ii !t..I&1Iu.u MtaiCouiussliatu I Ibo duty of saul tu render a| .
b eing III ihe my of8t.. Augtutino. III jUonpital I at lean twenty four hour before the $liiuu when j I I.t paid UII|< lit .h..U l. dischaigtd 1ut.urcr au
John and Alo quit,., Umnded on the East by lilt ItI I :M r .JUII':( by r quarterly, of all wbl:1 shill\\ com. t
\\'uirit u.u ilia wtieet foinii-rlv known asKoal I into
) fronting the kaid patrol nhall' bu requited 1? meet ; who i order ufuu
uuJ.-uacnneu: or cite> I hauls Treasurer .
road leading to the landing, north by Gen. Her I t laulIlr as as aluref.ld.eC. .
1 Mreet, now Chatlotte strecl bounded his be notified at I least !
shall men tu duly lion he
cause the
; uiuuuniuf the .
may judg 0. lIe it
laud and loutli by hUled I.J
uaudewvtA by vacant *, ; farther Tlwl tfe
(L from tI.wet. Mid atrectoutllll ur..e
in on by twcltu hours before the said time. I incut lutiud and made ol'lhu.gouds and n
a George f. Clarke& containing; by) 31'lIar&l.r::1 I the rear on tho vast b) a lot belonging to the Ho it further ordained that the 'rf..urer bali b.Uu"u twu 1tJahishf ,
huudrwd with. %Scc..a. person j[ ol i thu ileltudant.' Pioviutd mat where !; cent p
; C acre, together urn I. i upon allsiiuiIc.rIeceiiCeIhhlIy
oyt".u ; ugar l late Daniel) Hulbcrt : uu thlt north by a lot now I thu appointed to ciuitinaud said. patlul..haUh,, L'I ally ofwiiipuiugisbjr this,act preut' ell .u- : and hIW.aiis'
half cent all
; &c.c. I Igol.tGUY upon suu*.
belonging lujuan JUJU Bosqiiut, and on I u
Thw s/iJ petHoin sets furth that sut.l" property the or south to the power tu Keep the men under his command iusuod ,tuv .', tree nef 10, mulatto. or yihvr colored ; J him .ft tail I CUJItu.alJllur his C"II.
lately belonging
by M"
has, ,il1ctJ U..,data of the first uiurt*;,;;e, been I wirsut Chn,.tobaJ properly liravoand, now the >> order. and to cause them to demean them I person, the senteucejiuy be commuted, on the'payment 1..McUecubr 5, 1fJ.
l selves properly during their term service, aiid vf ,
twice mortgigcd to lluruuu dtump: lu sccuio rt.lino not !0. u. ." ,dollars nor I .. .
heir of Samuel Cook,coiitaimug, in ,front ,
o hat it shall be his do aud that be I 111"
duty to so ; ioru : dollars
certain sttws therein mentioned. may I.h:1 twehty together Tea, BERNARDO pLGCi.CIerk.
money Spanish: varasand on each side l, ,.t&
rear twenty
or divide diem into as.many squads ache may clceniexpedient coils 1)1| $ tutiou. '\iud ,
Tlit Mid iir.t Jlortgu'0* ; tl) Juhnll. Jfice' 'v is half pro provided I
Fctcniecnand u Spanish 'II' and to appoint some member.of each said be eut.'ud. ANORD7NANCE; creating ,
mayornhall Hut to
of three hundred cusls
j given to secure thu r'mcul: thiity AU. that lut of land and house thereon in the any in b"
C and eighty nine dollar, with legal inture*! of St. Augustine ill Barrack Ward bounded 'I. squad to command the sume,who shall be obeyed t prosecutioncommeiicttd iinoer this act,but thai City JJaubalaut for other 'Ppll"l
city j
U.c.-eon wui-auiiually. amounting up to the HiLlaonu'l. ) I ou the north by the lot belonging to the laleCui. and respected accordingly, and shall have power all such costs as he twiild bo entitled to charges' | Be it by the Mayor aud Aldermea

1837.0 ZI2LO J.IOOlh! ,. J. G. Forbes; on the South by Barrack St. and it snaflbohisdutytopreserYeOrdersUlOllgihe "t shall bo taxed up in '.lr of the said city, and the titl oCt. Augustine Thai thcrctJuj t
ton men under his command, and shall on beiu into f ]}
The said parties defendant, now residing ut the lot ; paid the Trea.ury thereof. appointed a fit and ,
east a lately belonging to
by Anthony,
is ol tho j I'unai.hedVitll u list of Jail men, by 1119 commandant Sec. 13. Be further ordained. That [I known the eomple. prMD u
C of Uiis Territory, notice hereby given Proctor and on tho weft, by George's ttreet.lIIea1lllring I any per > city g.
'filing of said petition and lliat on the secondMonday north and south nineteen varas and of the patrol give them tho requisite noticeof sou liable tu patrol duty by virtue of thisjact, be. under thedirectiuu of the Mayor, i

.. 1 of March.or as soon thcrealier all ("UUU" two feet! and east! and west *;wenty-nine. varas, the time of meeting. may rel.sY him lf therefrom by furuiabuj an j j into aud hpn' all Dui.uC1 and alt y a'l
heard the term of the said Sec. & Be it further ordained that: the said able bodied but such j the
selcan be at regular the said/ house and lot being at tho date of said .ub.nuto. person b.1 be city elkct testimony, sn .
co Court appficatiou will) bo made on the part: ofof mortgage; occupied by the family ol'Gourge' Anderson I'ltrul.hali. (unless otherwise directed by the' l liable for any neglect refusal of his ' and prosecute under the direction ofsa4jJap

the.,oI auuer fur a judgment of for cl. uro Eq: said Mo)or and Aldermen.) meet at U o'clock I'I discharge all or any of Ins duties, every all offences against tlO ciiy, and auto! dkeavfl*

said mortgage, :and such legal proceedings, as A(W,that certain tractor lot ground .in the l M. ut the City Council room which shall be their disobediencu of orders or act of disorderly| I!! all the dutitf which ..1"110 and are dbdar.

C rosy be required tu selUhe said property mwlga-: ciiy of St. Augustineknown by the name of head quarters, and where that portion of the pre conduct of such sub.iitulc. as though 'he bil"I'wa l"Ied by the City ,Coiutable. The said

red; (UI tlie benefit of the ('art legally entitled Southern loi, bounded on the west by Carlutastreet trol who may not I for the time being be on cti guilty thereof, and Ihe said siibstitue hall I j sbtland Ihala.u'b.hatd with andsotAfe.City 31,,.
tho IUoe. dutvshall% remain during the night, and that said ul. be liable therefor '
uik.nNHd.f ; on the north by a lot, called central lot; on tu thu same penalties ash ill charge dUli. city mes.eom
JOhN ,, patrol shall remain on duty until broad daylighton 1 aaJ
piineipal.' clerk market and
C the vast by the waters of the harbor aud on the uft sball_Ue buituaibstt
C his Attorneys, south by a small alley or lane measuring in fronton I' the next moiniug. ace.. 14. Be it furtlu ordained,That the ''upon Major at such U

DOWNING & BROCKENBUOL'Gll.August Carlota street, seventy three feet and in Sec. 6. De it further ordained that the cox DC,I Mayor, may, ( &dvic and couseut.or.i th i thiuk. necessary and tlm so .aur
1st 1W7.:! mandant of the patrol shall on meeting, divide said Aldermen for I Council tptdlDI.a I.
depth, four hundred and fitly feet, down to low good cause sAetra. reuitl meetings ol
"' the same, as near as may be convenient: mt/j twe an'art ofuid fines lud such altlda I
5- to
1 a water mark. I pCII.atle.. or ecue 1..tll. discharge .'
4 L.-t.%,' 1VOTICK. And .!*, all that certain lot or gro nd.In Ho.ipital e'lualllutie", one of\vntch shall bo placed on active any person 'from the performance of i ttrol :; as may required of him ..dc otllr .
duty until one o'clock A. M., aid tile othershall duty or dispense with the 'altogether Major and Council.
: : DOWNING WILLIAM II.I waid city of til.Augustine bounded ou the patrol ifthe
CHARLES, : 1ua'ing associated west in fronton Charlotte street, on the south remain at said council room. subject to the uiil-itary authorities shall lake such uieu. t That said City Mmlwl', slull'
order oftbe commandant of ltitll.
,,' .C themselves the practice of Law, will practicein by a lot and I premises>> occupied(Cat the date oftbe **V>v shall relieve the said patrol when sures as in their opinion to lauder it 'nor it-I si {salary of one hl det d Hr., to
active ('
mortgage) by William Levingston on the party on duty and that this .ordinance shall quartetly ; and shall be ,
essary. always
t I I the Courts of the Eastern Diinct of florid It, norr. ,vlJUiu-ftu.being", relieved shall of .I! euiifled to
and the Court oi Appeals at Tallanasne. Let by a ziirrowlanowiiichseparaies from said room ..veiriain repair receive a liberal construction, but the first aud i .aineieestur lb>ei vue oriruces.ssg,1,
,ters addresed 10 them at St. Augustine L. t. ty, at the date of the mortgage, owned and occupied until there subject the like c>r- second sections three( shall 1 not be construed'to pwrdby law County Con.tabea.! I
tier intho
by the said Dirk Fleischuian. and l least the discharged morning and it shall extend to who bceft i'1 Sec, 5, And it
or (during the session of Congress) to CharlesDowning. ] ; on be tho of the any person lu'llr. ui furtherordained.
duty officer who shall be in com Tus
( : byMatanxa tered into the Slates office dollltfrs slnill be iiiioid
Washington City,will receive I ritrer.'S ulluUYHna. ,
attention.C prompt Aud also all city wand at said room, to cause a light to be kelstcon.tanll or of this Territory until he shall hate been discharge I ,City Marshal for every neglrctofduiy.feqawd I

t St. Augustine July :20thV 1837. 12-lni St. Augustine bounded fronting east, on St. and : ) bnruiog there, and to like charge a)r. from such service; '* of bill bj the exintmg ordiua.ic r.tor wbicfa at*

a----:... .Jeorgo Street, ten Spanish varas, and in depth> : keep; safe!/ any negroes mulattoes, or olhercoloured Sec. 15. Beit further urdained.. Th it all ordi. '' hereafter be pasted.C .

," forty six varas bounded on the north. by the vesunsand all disorderly persons ho nauicca.audpartsofurdinancesbeseiulurciuIor'C
PERSUNti XOTICI.C indebted Jamfts VerIi:un house and lot of Juan Gianoply south by Uie may be arrested and brought there by any of laid in tbis city relating tu patrols tu patrol duty I marshal I berure'e..I ru; ordail.1t'

ALL of AUchua county, deceased are ro hotuc of Antonio Baya, east by St. George's patrol.Sect7vBe it further be and! the same are hereby repealed' and t1 MI siflicesball give bond payable to "the city sf&

queued tu make payment. Thoe having claims: %Streetand west by the hou,u and lot Antonio have ordained that said patrolshall this ordinance shall be) in force from and after iupassage. in the {penal l sum of two baadnl
Puns, deceased. power and they are hereby aqtbu.izetcJto I dollar fur the faithful
ufau future the ofsaid decedant ; Mayor. performance cilia
... i, are required against them for setUetiicut within And also all that lot of ground in the said city. enter into all disorderly house, vessel orboaj P.s.ed, JuneSOd, l I I according tu l present where shall j
C ,of St. Augustine bounded they have reason to believe that: .
C twu ,. thuy will be barred as follows .-On the any 4 And be it fulLer rda_ Tsaiil
lev or by ra- slave -
opeC or slaves are harboured -
south trafficked dealtwith.
by an alley.on tbo or
north by a lot oft helot I rdinaucesor ;
tiou orastatI'e ill such pttiUofordiuanerscobtrary
Case provided.UALAC1H
heirs, of Matco Geradarrama whether the same: may be occupied by white City Ordinance totst
: ,on theeast by a I t tie intent and urujs: ,Jjnauc
Adm'r. ;
HAGAN of. thu heirs of Andreas Hemenos and on the persons oYvlliers! and to apprehend alldworderly An ORDL\,CE requiring the tliaiuing o Paulo ale"uuicasuauiig} repealed.' ,,btis4qej

-. "a.-- west by a lot of the estate of Michael 1 Croilly.t persons who may be found therein and take them SI aria. fiauchcz.CreeK. i i "t"Jui.e,

C Mminixlrator's Snle.j measuring in front,east and west fifty seven Iud to said room and detain them there until they, Be it ordiinud by Ibu'.\hyur and Aldermen of PI. "I ItJ... GOl'LD
:ii N VIHTUbofan 1miltr.tJr the Judge of'the !I t i huifleet. and iu depth south and north, sixty feet can be taken before the said mayor, :and that tbecommandant the City ol' St. Augusline, That [Hrr ous cwuiiij: .k HaIo.

County Court for the County of Mosquito, more oi leu. of said patrol or of tho person i ar lots bordrnii .upou or through which the .i ud I'I't

-S 1 will offer for sale at public! auction iu the city of And a1o, a certain tract of land COlitailling retting such slave or slaves or disorderly person creek, c.ll..Jlaria Sanchez. cretk11'in l loammd an OrJiwm

d '-' 8 t. Augusliua ou the tint Monday I of June next, (our hundred and four acre., situ or persons shall report to the said Mayor,i the limits : city nmy run, > ojien the ...lh, entitled 'an nrdiuuc to regulate the modiluf

all the p'leG or parcel of Lund containing &UO I 1ed *u tbo County oi St. Johns 'Tern loryntortsaid. next morning under oath, the cause of their cap opposite tu or UpOn Uieir'respeclive lots, su that gratitinj, and li.-mces

acres wore or !..*, ..asa(( i*.w -..ii,...n !nee. i,i'atractuf I on the F...t aid ..r Ma ,;.*rS..'* Lake> tur aacld-l.ntwlI.nd it shall lw ihe duty ofsi rid ,lie same may be properly tiraiaed and if a MA ui ,i-Iuin.. aud 'for the retaiq
spiritunu other
C land containing liUU acres, oriiually 1 now iu tho ccunty of Mosquito> ; the first liue Mayor to examine the charges exhibited agains such person shall ufier due notice from liqiiur, uilhiu' autollll .
all such fclavrs I'ilyof.St. Au
C granted to Am Wow Hull! by the Spdniah to le
punish them. if -
sittuated uearNetv Smyriia, in the c.vl're"to a P'lto Into : second! hue south seventy white persons by a fine inu uuty Ci me '.ie Mayor and iiuuucIitociu.O, I Be it oidoitii d tI
of vast, thirteen to third line not exceeding five dollars each less Iy.he 3laynrand AW.m: srf
C County 'Mosquito, irAvhat was known, as piue ; north sixty nor U.l1nwo ibe same tu be as aforesaid Uie '
Turnoutl's west swamp. bureau I. fifty, to a pine! ; 'fourth line south fifty. dollars each, or by imprisonment not lets. than: cost and charges opened of owner or owners at pi SUCh ope r tle dealers that' it shall not be lawfclfec

west sixty to an ash; sixth lino formed and boun I twelve nor inure than thirty six hours or to commitor : lot or the.said tb and o) 'I other any inany Iuus ua.qpirituou, asa st 4C'I
iUI tu
ALSO ded recognize them cu.t charges Incy. iiUgxicatiiig by the" bottle
by said lake to appear before the Superior red ; lillff qautu I
C All that piece or parcel: of Land containing :The aforesaid tenements mortgaged as afo re. Court at the next term thereof to answer said ssumpsii ow-ne the or O"btr Mayor by 10 o(r in any larger .drank, inktssfser I

C 220 acies, inure or less being the southern part raid,are subject to a previous assignment ins ido charge and slaves, free negroes and mulattos : lice of befor in any suchjus- house or sliop, or in opou or about tis er C

portion of a tract of Land also granted to 4 kin. < by the said Dirk Fleishman dated 12th October or oilier coloured persons to cause them to be with fifiy peace cent residing said city, together premwe "ur to permit any such vinoa*, f
per danugethereon.
brose Hull contaiuing 1I W acres, silua'.ed!, at I Idi5! Lolas trustees Davis Floyd Edward U. punished by whipping, not exceeding thirty nine 2. Be it further oadaiued OUt malt or other intoxicating hiquore "" t
New myrua, Mosquito County and Gibson. William II. stripe his or her bare ec ';That if the own drunk under pessaitysfwbiteor I
bounde.d Simmons: and (ico (jib bs, upon? back, and any house ei or owners of such lot tlw
ou the North by laud belonging tu UIO"'C.'t"IU of all of whom then resided in the city of St. Au* where spiritous, vinous, or other intoxicating: li residents any 011' .bl be t bating tin iu
Mary Duuharo dec. having for its southern gastinc intent for quors be retailed agent .id 10 be reenvrnd before the r
the benefit of the creditors of mIl or any other trading ol such the aid 3layotoftsidtsty,*
boundary, the southern boundary line of the aid the said Dirk Fleishman for debts due on I the traffic may be carried on, in which any slave bal with the agent agent shall refuse to comply' any J cilice of the Peace residing, tbereid; sss c

tract of 112;a acres and fronting on the hills* ho. date ofsaid assignment, and after the payment be found during the night season, without written ( pruiisun. contained then I the first clauseofiba hlrlo the wo of the said ciaa Uie otter W j

,rough river. <> of the sarnethosurplus amount of the said authority from his or her master mi.lrnl. for ihe said .etion.and shall be lawful u-e of any persun. may mt aI. .1I..
pro Mayor council C'I
B. A. PUTNAM, perty assigned as aforesaid, was to go to the i overseer or employer or in .hich any slave ur creek to be lo cause the said cover the said |peualy! and if* slave, .flbify I.I'
.. AduTr Est. A/Hull. > aforesaid if slaves free ol'tledaud properly drained through I tune stripe., o. 'inSicred bis
mortgages any amount should be negroes or or other colured such lot t npon or
LI or lots aud ..
6.'d. ..'JIr(I. 637. / duo to them persons shall at any time be found (ottering or in sell su much thereof at I. back: ujwn conviction before the said

I rlliA dllntf(mir InnnmanlB- -_n_ are--_ .bum-__. >_la,.l .!..... *..!... I which any breach of the Peace shall take .nlaca pubtic'auciioir! to the.ilh bidder ou after giV any such Justice of the Peace. ),1. -
ftdnortgsgeftnd which .v or wneneyer white -- lug thirty days lotlCd pi such sale iu sonic pub Passed iu Council, 20th Match Is37. J
are not any or
subject per \
to the person lic
; superior Court Southern: lIIi"auirnmen -to wit: sons shall be found associating drinking or per ficient newspaper printed in said city;as will bo sitf :,: .:. B. GOULO. .

District of Florla. All that certain house and lot of ground in said bling with negroes, mulattoes or other colored gain and tu pay the costs and charges ofojieiiiug Tot. B. SEGUItCl rk. Jl.

City of St. Augustine bounded persous or where, draining together with fifty 'r cent Ulfeoal I IC AN 11I
CHANCERY North aud East, any betting or gambling for and all ciuts : piovided ORDINANCE lu amend -An UrdaV'regulating
that the
wm Marrin'I.., John M. Foutsne by lots belonging to Brigada a'"mpz; south by a money, or any other thing, shall take place pr ovuers lot 'Iota ulwus3 s o\.er nutroN fo* the City ef St.
Frances lot either of.lY or so sold or I 1 A.
belonging to tbe heirs Antonio in the any tin
filfei day time
Delesplne.Bophis and or night season part *, pawed 23J June. l 180C.
Wallace G. E. or portion thereof
Frances Deieipine Erailiue Wallace. weal by Charlotte street. And Also all that : hall be deemed and liken to be a disorderly ing the may redeem the pause by'pay. lie it ordained by the Mayor and AWerasB j sa

,ulda Delespinc. Henry Delespine Ma certain trac t of land situated iu the county of Mos house **jluii) the intent of this act and the Ii...... within Ip purln..r or purelaltf at allY hue St. ''Augustine That su much of the Srt sec&ssj ,

Delesoioe, Josephine Delespine Delespine Josupb, !quito. iu Territory of Florida in what is cal i, for keeH 'l1the same may (or either ofsaid causes amount of the luuut. such lId the full I of Uie Urdiuance tn which this is an aacodaot, A

pine John Drysdale.Archibald Mary Deles* led McDougall's Black Swamp and bouruftrgs! I aafJilJ.. ,:,;*endered entirely 1&uIIAnd void, one hundred money*together with ]; a. sul every
Clark Michael follcivs;beginning tbe pim mukedV and whiteperson thus found per cent thereon and all costs sad the Iab,
V sixteen
Timothy Street. fij ; apreciatiug drin all subsequent ages and patrol itty. *
t first Iliac runs south thirty five degrees! king betting or quarrelling with expenses which the said purchaser b.*. and
IT APPEARING FUOM AFFIDAVIT cast, any negro uiulat or have the same iiP hereby! repealed, aI
all the above named defendants measuring ono hundred and fifty (our chains,, to or other colored person who shall be dccuicd mid pUlchlrr.laY incurred by opening hereafter every such person between J 1
C Henry except twelves links,to another pine. with tho a di.lordcrlYIeraon within the intent and draining such tutor lots together with the sixteen anti te II btJ
Deleipme. reside without tho same mean* addition ofoue hundred fifty years,shall Ikbte
ud euiDitructoflurjJs$ Southern mark or letter; second line runs north sixty lug of this act and shall be treated percent upon such ex C b t .
and il city.

last Ida within the Eastern District that except they the all three re fifty four four degrees chains east and, measuring twelve 'one hundred and, .'.1"dec.,....." .t.)....Iv..t..lie. it..1.further.. ___..ordained_" __ .,_That. it shall' .( pcnses.Passed. in Council 20ih March. 'I I Ire dUll sid. (,1 in,1_Thalia. BUS CI caI
.. named who links bounding w. v. "u UQ 18. of section
reside within the failed on IUI&IU' vmr.iui IJI4uu of said ordinance, requires
r but Stale*, the lands (formerly of Don Robert before him or whene'er *;. U. .
out of ) hn have the
the '''er ritor and that the bill iu Mcllardy may reason to be. Test B. Ma)or to detail ten ftrfsf* t
the SEGUI Clerk.
C, cause is filed.-UnDcntu that Ibo.said to a tree, riotrhcd nine; thence the third line lieu that any person or persons have violated! o patrol' duty every ni-ht. and PID the urns.
I dants. defen j runs north, thirty five degrees miy of the provision ..fthe latter b 1 Ue
At except the la't three named westone hundred clause of the by repealed and the .: Mayor is
and cZ
.C+* answer said appear and fifty four chains, twelve liuks. ta next preceding section of this al
bill within two months after the a pine with act to issnuluis pro an&required hereafter tu detail for :I
C" first publication four notches: ; Uience with the lands of D n/6o cess forthwith in the of Notce.To .
,- of this order and thai the three (! name the city of St. ALL sufficient number of white male
Ia.l named defendants appear and dmmcr" lavhis MilchelthefoiuihI; I neruns south sixty Augustine directed to any constablo said city \ CONCERN: .. .i", not exceeding ten, nor inhbiu. .al.

said bill within (our mouths after the .first the five degrees: "went on\ hupdred and fifty four requiring such person or persons to appear be especially the Creditors, Heirs, Leg And ercunistances, in the r .dere I
publi chains niece and aU other
and twelve lank\ foru the interested
cation of the and in the Estate
this order. otherwise u beginning rou mayor aldermen at such time : of the of Patrol
the aid bill as the Captain any require
bo ta. laiuing said of CAROLINE : a: 4
ken by shut
two thousand
fro coufciio.A I' survey three hundred mayor designate to shew cause why JUZ.AldJAUDl. dec'd ; (orce tbe of riots
ud ill* further ordered that this or.lcr and sdvcnty'live acres of laud, bo the same more 'his her or their icenee should not be revoked and The subscriber ad ( in. lawful assemblies. daring the tugal C'C4'thtII

t published? Once a week" in Ho Florida H be I or ICM.And. pronounced null and void and the' said mayor teud to apply to the Judge of tie County Court shall call upon a sufficient number of'
publibed in tit.t AugusliuAror ( ,, 1 Also, All that certain tract of land con shall also issue all subpconss which may bo no I the County of St.Johns at t.e session ofsaid to aid and assist him in the discharge of bis teleJ

\ montlis.Dated.. uIlrvouIvc$1tjV. J taiuing one thousand. and sevtiity, five acres, sit cessary behalf of said city or wi bed ou behalf' Court to be hutton at the city St. AngtMme ties, under the ordinance which this 1* 4 Q
December, ISSiJ. I Pate in. the county of St Johns, 'in be Territory of the defendant or. defendants. i, in sal; Tniisty -nlk. M.*IM| Af.rt Liyo V afurevald, at the place called Sec. H. lie next, for discharge from Ins .caa
Jack Wright's iturtflcrordaiuedThiat I administratorship tie
JAMES: WEUD near it shall further or Jaine !, Tbat&eMV (
A LOp Judge. the river Si John, and bounded nonb by Trout be the duty of said patrol and of each member j i! ofsaid estate ; and will then and thee preseti ; or Ut, and h. ... .raHo orri
tf I
C A. A. M. Creek;sou th'.by: Picolata Creek; cast by lands thereof to arrest nil clnveifrnn his dcrniint wills mnut ttitatA. and .ir< .Hi I t with the aMnria"d dj
Jck .. of *i nn" h.1....... u .
; o>, Clerk. II. rft ... .. & t
.. .., XH. fnun."I" .I..:... ,1M.. ..... _h.' toes and other ---a--V- make a final settlement of the ---------u. of patrl-Itoleteiwh
------ .v..V..1 -.U.j IlUQ *,'.>.* colored persons who be "me. the City W9U.
by said th'ur. found in the may WILLIAM II. rt.r
- streets
after tbo hour of Nine lily such measure.
o'clock _
- C Vit, Taxc,*. for 1S37. All which the aforesaid property and premises P. M without a pas front some white Adm'r of C. E, Mcllardy dee. E. D. GOULD. MilK. '

;' I TilE CNDEU8ICJNED; hereby uotifo; all from the beginning, of this notice, were mortga duly authofizcatu give it and! to take tnem pe.sou to -Ilncr 7. l 3. '. 4i:6w.; Attest,Jot. StSiJicHrx.Cierk.proUm'TIU I!I.
gcd, as aforesaid
that secure the their
lie has couimenccd'recci. due payment: of I respective homes O\yncr.or MAYOR'S
ing the City '.'..e" for certain debts due( frotfi the said Dirk to detain them employers or OFFICE, { 1 i.E
a the' <11 Fleischman until the next ST. Avnun. 29th '
(I :I7) morning and :
and "'ill to the aforesaid report u. ( i.O
I continue petitioners them to the said '
u receive amounting in
them until .hui the mayor. MAYOR
\.. cfJuIr nutJ zrer which 'Jeried she City Urdi.fir.t; lu whole the, together GUI with lawful interest thereon nn Sec. 10. Be it further ordained that it shall be TiE ns, that under announces the order t hi the w.ed. I FLORIDA HERJLJr :
witl of City
nauee be
enforced day September, 1830:: $13,37(1' the duty of the
further notifies th against all d..faultcrs. lie 4lJHihs! ( ( commandant, of said patrol l to Council that circumstances arisen, which, I JUBIIUED L oJl
Ie obey all such directions in his
persons who have ofvaid' opinion. will
him in
r neglect mayor as justify EVERY
TheMiiil the
to make Dirk may suspending I
the return of their FlaUchinan now resides at any limo be given him of the IIEDNESD.Y. .
stork for the
and oftlaeir in trade, yond the limits oo- conduct of said operation ordinances ic relation to patrols, '
uftbejuis.icjos:; ,
negroes, accotdanco of this patrol ril
Court alotmcuiisisteHlwjth and that ar
with this
Uie Ci. that or other they will not be detailed I
( in to without any cuu.cueuUy
/ V rdllce'l"lllncvr'll"lei', < list time; way the Territory of Florida (law in the Territory of Florida.' fur hat
I' lbs until and srvlco "ron time, unless tba Xe
IOtb a mil has this public r
I which day been :.lui. :
S closed a iRi'V 5 day' 11,0.00LI will bo nor'Court for ibis District brousht! in the Supe Sec. 11. Be it further ordained. That it shall. exigencies shall require it. Hereafter that duty aOV.
fine to bo
will be be the
held in duty of tbe AT
imputed.S the commandant of the be performed by the d
Thoss City of Si. patrol to company
C CUT tots"I or arrea houses,. for City T"c--for rent duty March Augiifttine next M the and on the second Mon- make a report in u riling. to the 4id, Mayor with winch has been organized with ofolwiita FIVE'DOLLS PER ANNUM. 01JA' i
i : aio regular te in of the i in nine hours after be to
I S to come for said Court shall have dismissed his the protection and defence of the City of SU
application will .1
C wirdandpaytbein.tonreventfu HALF YEAftLT IX ADTA5CI.
Lip made.
on the patrol therein .
ther stating the Augustine. S "
part of .
C expense said member _
He every
bl petitioners (
: may found at his judgment ,
office in of foreclo who shall have failed The for
Honse the Uour sure of ih raid neglected or refused to Mayor, the Board of f
from !9 hlm.elf
to Itf ,and M
and mortgage such ADTMTHEMM
from I AI.r Inserted atOi .
:a to& legal peiform hit .
procee duty men.and in
\ 'Iv o clock dai- dings as be ,as required by this act,or who : pabDc tenders his .
may required
to sell
I the said shall tak rstiosartoaSWfl ..
S proper have been guilty of any disobedience to his fellow citizens per 8Ir for lh9 !
mortgaged, (or the or ,
C CEO. L. PHILLIPS benefit of the mortgages. disorderlyronduct while under hit command, cheerfulness that has been te generally manifcs&* ty or each subicquetl1I. I'H

0 Assessajr and I'll Colleetor. JOHN RODMAN stating particularly what duty was'neglected ted those gcr advertIsements ia U .
C C C or inlcuitta tm.elyeor obligations 1I
.St..uprstusi.QndJune., I8H7.: C 8.P'. 2@lh. ISM-AUI. for the p.tiliont'n. disobedience refused to performed, and the mUconduc t or alal. 1 another, and t ono will bo considered pP. .t

I ofwbieh' any member may have th ". A dcounteeothosovbjf 't
1',7dr. you, :
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