Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Place of Publication:
St. Augustine [Fla.]
James M. Gould
Creation Date:
March 21, 1839
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v. : ; 57 cm.


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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:
New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1849?
General Note:
"Principles and the people."
General Note:
Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.

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P "It i.1"CIa mershy's mills'to Mount PleaSant. the in Lewis county.. k

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to Warsaw. From Arrow Rock to'old Jefferson, Saline 11
la eoeru tb ben.dull U Tishomingo
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.'Mvertiseaunt Estrrnorduuay.-An English pa. From Centreville; by Philometh, to Brown- Charleston, From Clarksville In Missouri, to Phillip fer. !: ;t

per contains the following curious advertisement: f.l1e. ; { ry on the Illinois river, In the state of..Illinois. ,. ,1
To ,be sold for five 'shillings, my wife, Jane From Centreville, by Greensfork;i' Bloomings- tu Fran Palmyra to Shelbyville.. 4 I!

Heebaad. She is stoutly built, stands firm and. port, Winchester, Spartanburg, Republican and of : From Springfield Missouri, to Fayetteville,, r 4!
is sound. She can sow and reap; hold a plough, Whitewater,'to Richmond. !' _Yazoo river. .Arkansas. ,<

,.- and drive a team'apd would. answer any stout, From Logansport to Sparta in Noble county, to d and Rag. From SL Louis by Springfield, .Cave-hill: ,
I f r able man'that can hold a tight rein;for she is Indiana.'. ; : inArlcansas.From .

'. d-d bard mouthed and head strong ; but if pro. Ft+"Logansport! via_Winamot,. in Pulaski: f ICtW.? by, Palmyra Shelbyvflle.. ,1
r periy .managed, vwould' either lead as county and Sherwood's ferry on the Kankaicec I and Hernan Arknnsax 'j
;> tame .as a rabbit She now and then, if'notwatchcd.will anInddValparatso. to City West, in Porter county, i Fran Dwi ht. Pone county. to Crooked creek. -. '-, .;
1"- make a false step. Her husband via Corners- From Dardanelles,Pope county,to Fort. Smith,

I 'puts :with. her: because she is entirely too much From Green Castle, Indiana" via Maysville, !, : ,4 on the south side of Arkansas river.. .

r lor him. She b decldedlt'\he M better halt"i North Salem Jamestown,to.Lebanon Boone : his'Ten.. From Little Rock by Clinton and.' ,Marion 'J
fA.'101- Balt.. Suns l.county, Indiana... :; I, ; Big Black 4 courthouse. to Springnald,]Missouri. { >
From mouth or CacbA by Pine Bluffs, to ...
:' Pntuie AeuU-The New York Star speaking From Merom in Sullivan county ,via Lehi Grenada. I .

;};: .of the'use of Prussia acid as an anti-spasmodic, to Rayling's;mill, in the county of '.Clay India : '' ]Ecore From a Fabre.Little"Rock r >y' !''Erwin'.: settlement, ji I
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|f. relates the following circumstance. ** A few nn. ,
White county court house,Litchfield,and Pow. .
From Fredonia, Princeton Indiana, to ;
by .springs, .
; years ago, an eminent physician, Dr. F, of one 1 hattan, to Jackson .J t<
of the Paris left directions for of .Mount Camel, Illinois. '; : <
h Hospitals? one From Franklin' Huntsville I ., i
Ozark; couaty, by ,
From Indiana Leesburg Mil- to ; Doak's old
his pupils to administer Prussic acid to some seven Logansport ; by : ,
Goshen and to White Madison county,to Osage,Benton county. 4.V
Pigeon.Illinoit. Pontotoc
patients who lay in a row in one of the Middlebury I n, II
i .. From the mouth of Cache:, bySearcy..Whito > .
pad ,proved on over-dose. Bctorc..he bad -
From Cotes ,courthouse, by 'Independence : ,via Pbnto- I county, to Clinton. > '
administered the last,the first was dead,and soon j '
'' bFrora Helena, by Tunica court house t; Mississippi
and New, to Urbana. house. -
Albany, 1
e' wjth the rest The whole work being 1 c ;om'"
: ,Panda court house aadOxford,Lafayette
R pUshed in ten seconds, and nearly destroying the From Hillsborough to Shelb vile. ., '
reputation of the doctor. But hospital >patients. From Montgomery; by Middleport' to LeviThompson'soa court-hpuss: county, to Pontotoc.lord" I
From Athens. couaty, to Springfield, I
creek. .
have none to plead their cause, and the ,.affair ; Spring Missouri '
blew over*-IbuL From Maysville, by Lonisville. and Ewington, Somerville ;
to Shelbyville., ... ; : ; : .' From Pocahoatas, through the !northern port
of Green to St.o6Wd. court house, Missourw -
AI Cession
't .. current atJfew Orleans,, having come :by the From Paris by Urbana to Montgonter'y.From From Jackson, by Loec"GD; Strawberry river \.'..
by Parish's to Williamsport Middleton to
.way.of Tampico, that 'negociations were going Montgomery grove to Athens Izard couaty.. .F-:
h its In,the city of Mexico,.which'contemplate the InHmn : : #
.Indiana. From Fayetteville, by,Ozark courthouse
: cession of the province of Yucatan;; to Great From Danville to Williamsport, I ,) to I ,.
-:' .- Britain !payment of the debt due from Mexi.. From Equality, by Carmi and Will ,tfl'll's fer- i j, tot ........ .
From fort Smith to Scott court
.; Y'f ....:..-.nil. ry, to Mount!Vernon, Indiana.: .and Castle- From Clarksrffle to. 1 .e.".
From Witliams's ferry to New H&1' n. : ',.}
Robert'Bums paid very little respect to the artificial From- Savannah. bv. Cherry. Grove. and Crane's ;[ to Hel : county. q ''",".\
Lake Port G. Moses Hill to Ba
ck ... distinctions of society. ,On his way to grove, to the mouth of the Pekatonicav d From Bayou i, ; *

... Lath,one morning, hornet a man In hodi1 grey From Milon to SL Charles, Missouri. ." Coo.. ou Bartholomew. '", "k'I
Ecore Fabre the Union court hous
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t I -ftjWest+ country farmer; :he shook him earnestly From Black Partridge, ;Lacon, to Henne- : a Hot and Ca '
by:the hand, and stopped and con1'eftCd'with! Belle Fon From court house. springs '

t .'$, ,him: All this was seen oy a :young Edinburgh pin.Fromlroquois, by Plato and Pontiac to Hen. ; do From Cave to ParacW\a. 'Prairie. to Natchitocin / I
," blood,'WBO took the poet roundly to task for this! ne in. ,, by Conway Long ..

t < \t. Ite. -Why, you fantastic gommerilt'1 said From Pontiac, by Josephine and Holland's I to Pontotoc. Lonhiana. .
,:. .Burgs,it.... not the great coat, the scone bonnet grove to TremonL Jtcifc ,r t
; ,'and the.sanduar boots spoke to, but the From Hennepin, by Princeton, the seat of justice From Battle creek to Hastinfi. jl

p't: man thai,was'in them: and the man,air,for true of Henry county, and the seat' ,of Mercer' Jamestown From Whitmansvflle, by. Coarleston, to La
worth would weigh down you and me and .the counto to Ney Boston. za-bu.sha, to fayette.
I more such any day. From Bloomington, by Hudson, Josephine, : From Behidere, to Motet Clemens.
i: Black Partridge.: l Wyoming, and to Grenada. From Detroit, through Greeafield, to SouthT' .
Good Wt't i#'I. am acquainted with a great : of justice'of Henry county,to Stephenson.; ] Oak.. field., "
t. 'tnany-good wives -,ootable, and so managablethit From Warsaw, Hancock county, to Augusta. From Marshall, by :r to Hating*. !
they make a man every thing that is happy: r,From Dixon's ferry, by Harrigb Bound county; Mis- From Paxton,by ..-: ,.

and know: a great many others who sing and grove, Whiteside county, and Union Grove toFulton Stcen's creek,1':. From Granville. to JUt llae1doD' ia Ottawa ,. ,,, ,::,
.t pky-: and cut piper, and an so accompUshed city, on the Mississippi river. ,in Lcoki county. : l.-# '.t'i.
,that"'theyAnd no time to be: usefuL! Pictures From: Henderson, by Berlin and Richland I I.. From Jackson, by .Ifigham and. Howell, .

*M"peal; leery thing but"agreeableness 1 grove; Mercer counto, to Stephc sOn. I most direct FlinL .. .,
'And, 'goodness, can be had for money ;' but as j From Graflon to SL Charles Mis ouri.. I From Pontitoc by Howell to Jackson. I i \ ..
there is no market where pleasant manners and From Grafton, by the house of' J. M. Hurd, Mullin's. bluff:. From Flint Geaaenee cot aty, by Beanie r.

\ engaging conversation and Christian virtues are Jerscyville, and Delawawarc, to Carlinville. vfllMoltjapto!. _' IIIBI t i trlersviUA

'. ..tobe. bought,methinks it is pity the ladies,, do ,From Urbana, by: Clinton, and"''Waynesville ville, Oak From br to
w4 ofteaer try to'providQ them at.home to Havana, (on the Illinois river. : of Wyatt.: >
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I $!: THE : 1 OF f and others,Cardinalrtfid not theslutioctend bls cl tba.,for Iflt1Cfl3.U.fnlpinks their, tion.Virginia And any yet we other heard part no of complaint tho United e&fcer S Sfi"ki
"ing. onDSl' 1 The officers oft ham
: & U&I tltAD. ., liNING) ft, I F f Ii. e. epecially. || Reif rig Jg i .:urc qfp all.pitilraixi kingwberfniconies -. that these'when men were should mthe Conventionat"been "

J. ATDI. I ,. I : the writer is a" < ,114.similarfietJtoony '},. like, o. ; toi mgnd, they ve' at tbeknT
s : ; 'r9 ouns furie4 from his t t -riy indulgein such pective homes administering justice bet Zi
: sbpand* ; though, the/Ia&es eive ,
'" .aJ and others in such ,
+ : !} 1JJttI.ltlmi1' mWUSOJ1D.Q.tS Jtt t tII .theWiiJlle adtoftbs Jabl&uzg nevW made their claim reception and conversation : jwi1l'. eawetoear tofmakiag the our citizens manner as & :'

I t '1iBWHED IVUT 1tS1U.1'. They denote the general act of doing something,: upon'the score of being daughters..of sovereigns. mar bio weep. Lefus then pause before we far laws might. pnscri ee whole United Stated

:'m'R' uwc m 1rlt, VlbjL: and often retain tho.same place in the sentence I for j I $ .** V ther go.' .'Be not persuaded; I beseech you, to aid and your distinguished friend into the bar i!''
j. then blind to the
Ar- L A'1' J1VZ DOLUU .JjIinK, withwith respect to the word following them,, Not only perhaps fifty American. Iddies v now .in removing that which agesposs1bly may notreinstate. were member of aCovcntion.iznproprietT'ca'being Jidti1
> HALF that the verb itself does: thus;when we say,, "t" I, Mvingbeen: tjiui presentg>revk>ua to the,Princes* Butftbi
TEDLflll .%ICE.AJtertiieaunti building of a house," wo express in a,sli.modifed (.i ritutom every wuntnfcjotties of, Tohc Mr.Speaker, that these Resolutions very apparent to you and your sham J
inserted the Idea ; will[ DO indefinitely 1poned. .1 hope sir, that friend that it was all VCry'wrong as soon as '
M Dot Dollar pfr'-quart, manner of to build a house.1iri rcspectable'standine in every circle of rank,have fvw ,
.... .ited1 '"
tortb! 1awrUti ? F "Mi Som&.n. **wespress>ra collection"f hadt he same facilities. '\V e trust therefprefthatit the mono****yopoixry ou1Pallaha3sC* have not in:: ". .. .,.,.(

lalD.t on*. Longer >eBJRipr: .portiop sod things, asr- ;i w ljiot bo imagined.. his holiness is so inaccessible7 .: toxic tcd even one pure Republican member of in" Florida. .
this House.. I know it to be a dangerous atmosphere Vhy isyour friend's name not a pende.l'this
ion*'wiD be .,. StabHng to those who desire to approach, and
.eoal Ies tb'ab ,, F" "
A duc.uagad. "
.lqlla. 4 : to.breathe ; for that reason I had wished picture from life 1, Not that Itb'
>. .! to those Who*dvettisi eb/tfie"viar. I : ]jfouns In tion.. to converse with him cither on business or to. testify the Convention held at some place beyond that it is by afly mneansprobabin that a : .t.

na-1. iL'to _.. Calculate calcul '-tior., Educate edu .tion." ;!their j. "respectHOCSEJ' .. -.- r --n. .tf'! the influence of this city. Such a Constitution tinguished afenxfcts of any'sort ifttid p*, j J
Na-tion, Ora-tionl in Tallahassee- w A a-;'
Sta-tion framed
TC.c could not 'have been' hISflCtOSOSiljJP asthjctr'fi.
,.. aibraltar..:. '-. his tcrmlnatldn'has been introduced into rmh4Ltin ,__, s;tt-.r-ES r I .)L.. p TJ 'ipirit trs fur.s mrt "'1iav 'buCashc s-diS gws c-a-a.ISO-rml M ."

Prom languagQ and in some .instances (Reported/ortM'Her4lJ.) : watched over..the city.of,St Joseph, 'while the independence &cJiaa ter t7 it might be sappo1sed

j nt to GraD4.Lapier;1aicr by.LaHgdon'" "and MbuntrPleawFromlnghamtoJeflewon dIther In meaning very little, or nothing: all, 'Srztcii of: J.Bcui :,, : wisdom arid patriotism Florida. formed' the purest that.he would. not care what Judge Ra.}

1Liot:' :' :" from.that in ing. I Thus, wd could sayi;calculating, MrDevAmov 4 the House togo Irito:omitteeofthewholb.upbn"thecoasiderati6nb corn qori.stiti1ti n): pd (t9!sun. tho people of'St?Johns-county niihttihim ct'
From ;: \ : educating; as well 'cal ,education.ords ;.-! and with'.a view of.showing1 his indeya ,
Saranac a. "
From to Iohia> M ', like nation, Italian tovare pure, Latin words,dif BCKBITT'S resolutions.' 'Mr.BAtxuRNobjcct d;; -, c iunJlVICA.TION : ence of public opinionv he would probably kn:

'priug- -Sfinngjriire "1nrBro6klynfJeffcrson| ferent from th
:4 .arahalL ATbQCOflCdMIbj6fl :"Berneto- ., language from w&icli they' are derived, only. inhaving i: the'resolutions,'since,}he.JBaid,, no particleofthem'would i"--- /(: 'ortAcIIerazi. : ; which b'manifested,fn'tbxJ\compcsitian'bf' flkft::;
From "I: ,an # at thi i end,of, the' wor .\ '' he favor.1' .1 Tt4oith j iis ;. ':" "'pictuietrom'r; 'life'Wr aptto W'.

J I iris in the to'o.o-PatWkt.1 t .e p ljo--;PI 1 l hii.','Yf1. r Nbuns.i\hood German,hett) Sis:-.making.this move IamactuiId, by D&IK ,SntJ' 'Iihave just beenshown; a most 'Dloowith.that n 'u enc 40f d $. (
From ; the pures motives. I wish to shield;'gentlemen gratnitou an l:unCill d for attacjfupon Judge b by weak, men frequently taken ;
Battle Man-hood, via creek CMko1&ii'fd Cold. 'Hardi-hood Priest-hood. from the vast responsibility they'.are ,about to; EwjIubflshe1i .yo rpapeiof.the'lDth Jan-' 'dcnce of'character. .It bstrange,' rodnai
: Frim Goodwlnnm.\ a. ".. Jtoy-hobd* bring upon'thernselves b .votmrr for'thesa resq; uaryTh&attiick itself,is certainly:,too sillyjtodeserve as',your friend is;!dunfei isM?'
I ," 'it+. 1V '" I I"" ni'.h.t.tle'tl'eeklO J il"t.i' \, 1= I'll! WJI VWMMM W M Pi* ,'lutiOi11p i. 11 ; ;noticei and jtshould receive none Item pendence, ,he'did 'n'purfaIs" I

From rac .onticel c, tontt, of the word from which they are fornIthtt1sthey'e4rpressInthe and:dignity.of this House. :.1 consider its reputation .me, but for the fact .!that you.have had the good picture." .." 'S
From to b1esVtUe.. '"I ., I r : most -en raZ way in imminent peril, that.'lt b'striving for a taste and candour to recommend it ,to the atten. With duE respecti r n

.From Galastonb : possible the state ar condition 'of being a 'man a, right wholly out of,its reach/and making improper tion'ot your readers as: a picture from real Your most obedient'servant,

: : JonesTfflc. ?iMkh1gunjj E&port, fo I, priest && 'They are" very".numerous nor use bf time''given :for different ,and''belterpurposes. : i' life." You also your eulogy of this precious v GRANVlLLE.
> (' nio.1t i fM 9Aw3ft* Wir-* :*!* indeed;'are they much used,though they are welladapted 1 :: These resolutions are got up;.to cast production,. t'it is an extract of a letter to =- ;-
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""'Vel. rorn! : Inghani.'i<.JQ to thp mouth tI of North'.ulacI. _., : to convey that.general' 'notion. which we a stigma POD the lato Convention they are intended a gentleman in this pity. And that the,writer #
':I. mthco( have assigned to theni to iv Congress;.to make'that body is, member of the, bar'' of East Florid and ST. 'AUGUSTINE : .

.. the month'cM3outki iy r.r trl1Jf iJUJVU.KVU All languages contain classes of noun' > tf"i. a.ic called diminutives from thcirrbeing used toexpress of Florida passed :by morethan; two thirdsof,; r his, habituaTindepehdence of character." Thursday, March' HI, I39
'I' From "
1 ,.' ., Monroe to Aonaru. ,. "things of, a less kind or degree?' thosedelegates, do hot peak sentiments,of r 'Now; if thiS distinguished,'gentleman,,of the "Piiniiptes and.thPeop4." :

FromAdria.J:1'From to Sprfngffllef, ,, .,.. Nouns in ling(German km in some cases, ling,)) the people. The ground, Jlo\v'ass med is, that bar did,in fact happen to.reside in Duval county, '-
Marshall Ine&itm. UJtSEIrYqQ .many apologies,to
., i- ..1. "'' '- 'Gos-ling.; WiMing. the members elected form' Constitution had I the'accouht whIch y1 u give of him as writing to .our
.. Fro* J .m-MitW -' *f- .h' (Goose-ling). Suclc-ling:'(Dear-ling.) ,Duckling no;business meddle viththeDanka: : of this II '*a gentleman Jn this city,". and which he, in one, friends, this week for sundry omissions of what

; 'icatonica n ameuIetbew and: l utui V| UlUUUi 'Ol r In all these examples a notion of' some smaunessia. Territory, or'Ven,to exPress an'opinion n' the part of hL,1tter gives of himsell; would be'corisislenf we "ought to do," which we must rekr to the extra >

.oi3. : 'Rockf..4- rd'stopixon/s; ;ferry, Illi-. theobject i mentioned, Is clearly'recog- subject Aprecious'nouon.b'this to oo.hdrin chough;provided the.genUernari'had in labor in enlarging paper for the fiisttfnae, V
S From 't"w"4'W" : ".J i :'<' nizea by usage.:]?rA duck-ling is 'a little duck; ced in a day like ours; 'I contend'; sir, 'that,the lact any thing to complain'of eithe'f in, the conduct and the confusion attendant removing '

From Rockford, by Brewster's C rrWi ta. 'and a iru-Iing is a man of little,wit. irnmediate-representatira; ( pl ad a'I I! o-Judge,Reid, or th'e citizens of St,Johnscbuiity upon' oar *

I ead of,ChICttgo'b1McH Lokd Geneva53ruftk5;Ton na(it the It may here be bccessary to make a" remark, right to express.their opinion on any'subject, es;' ; 'who'most incontinently, and :without officejto a new Mhoreand :liabt tion",so.neat,

lume ; creek;Jamesvaic in order.*to, cautia those who are .new at this pecially'on one' of such vital importance theinhabitants I any sufficient-reason for doing so,elected him to so commodious,so light t.and so.airy,that in it we' -

Viaconsin, '8Dd'Madison>to Wiscbnsltf city,. oh the: I kindofctcation'fromjuttingwords: in the Florida.. It would have been eri" the Convention,and thereby prevented him from expect to paSt many pleasant days, though *aca .
nvcr. r same class'merely becauso'y r happen' to terminate -, minal to.stand mute the first'and : holding court in Duval at a time regularly .
From,Soutbp Plcroantfnifi upon only.occasion county blessings ore tee II1 4.rare iathe life, edit
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by l'abtl'Ge- with certain letters that ore the same. in which' the'people' ever had an : ''appointed for a term atthat. ( 'J'lo.'cc. If this
C\11 From to. the Coufttf tc r' VtH'r1}( unty Thus it wo ld'be,Absurd to cla&Yunder,the head 'of:speaking 'lorthemselves.. What opportunity are was thn, Jinlv ""iTLitter cnmnlmncd of. 'the I or. Fortunately,there is no important local new-;

t Voyi to Milwaukee Jan6lVill.;/by**NewBerlinrSprmgfleld. v* 'of diminutives such words as, doubling, tippling. those Resolutions of,the Convention bout which picture from-real lifcv> might tccmlo. have beejn.written f no wrecks' and n?' intelligence great expeditions

From.Greenf- | ; !troubling, merely. because they clearly.belong"to this factitious excitement is got up r I'will'rca.d in. .Duvai. county, if a member of tho'barjcould 'i against tHc Indians.'The,thousand and one
] ; :'Bayi;* of'Dtpc're;'. LafoDtauie, I II I W me woros in ing, ana are lormeu. .nom we' them.The .Preambto and Resolutions ,bcj found at .that place suflScientlyquerulous'and J political questions which we *.ought**
t 'Lac, arid Fox lake words tloubl%tri >&trouble. dohonor .thjs'dayJo'notice
tc to the head and heart of hiM who mdiried tp make himself misera.
,. ladison, and from Fox>fakc*to'forTWinncbairo. Nouns rim (German chen '' will be attended to in our future numbers .
From Fond d ) framed themr They deserve to bq printed, ,in :beat1! : any' distinction, ,which,the people,of St
: Little BUUe"d ti L the'n&Itli: ftfe1 ., Mannikin little man,or dwarf. letters of gold embroidered with pearl;'and hung 'lobIll,county might happen to'bestow o.'theirfellow
Morfi"J 'Judge' 'Rpn.Judge'rGcfuiD
I The Hon.
WUkini litt'e Will William..'
From Fond d .' flip in every man's house 'Throughout;the .., citizen Judge Reid. But unfortunately and.
Laqto Shebovecan.. Lambkin.Jttcrkin The Preamble is r Messrs. JENCKES, LEVY and-WofJAais! the ,
urora Groetf a plain,unvarnished statement I for you and your distinguished friend,he, in another i I Rep.
Fr Mil bay, byfNeeshpto' ; tof Twin Hver.Watcrtowh ;.Intle'Peter.Nouns .'. of faCt equally hin the knowledge. us 'allo.nd part ot )ib letter, unintentionally off. resentatives of*the 'C !hSt. Johns .and.

,to uf'reFby' bOh.1Jcl1eter" : ." and |n fa for that reason, I trust, not the less:"true.. thiS veil of gauze'pnd: 'gives us a neo.nd entire- .j Mosquito, to the LegislatIve'ouncn and the
Kentucky eit'Frou A
Strong,strength. "ideVidthVe.rrn.warmth. That the banks have even now pledged th faith ly'different seeming in regard to ahb local habitation :, '
From;Jamcsville.Whlteoa1cl,tofptorson,b\Waiertdwn. Long, length. Deep,!depthMoon. month of the-Territory far beyond 'her-ability pay, and' .'." He"isays, "avhocanhold a 'Co.nventioD have all"arriyed ajt this pity to receive ."

and Milseat ;:ii1''iC- ?, byewVii4s" True truth 1.| I no one con doubt :that capitalists who have loan! court of adrhikalty, or entertain'maritime juibdiqtion. the ?contuIations4o1( their numerous.

From Duek bendrto Creek tbThbth "'.1(11 *' This is a tolerable'larce class' of words whicht ed money'on the faith:of;this'pledge, have'been! i And now"that the Judge'of thq, Superior friends,and supporters. ,Separated as these gentlemen 13
.. ?. ," t be considered '
as formed from adjectives ,
,nom neicna 'vfa by basely swindled; is equally clear-and if these; Court"4h'as gone to the 'Convention, and the have been for months from then constituents
En isK the addition
pritii ,,WPfairie i uiIand in some coses by also institutions fail and '
du > finally there arc abundant Judgeof the County Court to the Legislature,
ChlcnJ *" 9"-'f" \" .*'*/ t- and debarred '
From o f changing'the sou id of'the vowel cst strong, reasons to think they must, is it 'not' expected I who in the County of St Johns con grant a writ ready means commo-

Buque."Galena" .".'; Illinois<***** t&fHf by; SinsinawaV'io'Du> ., *, strength; dttrp, depth! The meaning' of these that the country bto be taxed to redeem these; of.Jia&eas corpus 1 Now sir, if your,distinguished : cation, it must be gratifying to them them,to find

Qucontinue '::i : ,I nouns requires no i fxpbmation. But though they .-pledges!' Who is there prepared to say that the, 'fri rid happened to reside in; Duval county,or that,so far front"proving"re rcant to thejjf trust'

From'Milwaukee as JoUotes '! f;f belong to the old nd genuine forms of our language .people will not resist such iniquitous taxation 1 any;\wheroA'else: ,out"of,the county :of St.Johns, their course (in which CoL'Sanchez was.united)

b nODff.. thOvut1etbtLtk9 t-Kosh'. .* we cannot' say much in their fa\'or- as[far' Under theso.circumstances, I say wjth doable assurance \vhy.doeahe take"it upon hirDs lf'to lament the .,from first to lasf b high
f as(ho car,is" c ncrned. Foreigners occasionally .approved Uiroughout,
Fointhe; 'Du that it was for the Convention to in yoke ills which'are brought upOn St Johns county;by > '
city of the Four Likc&.i1D liiMfikcnbhg. .'to ,thE I as well as sonk of our own countrymen, find Congress to savelot'only "our:bwn people but, the absence ofthe two Judge _It:would occur 1li commuhitv" 'bv which thovjye del _.

1ron" LitU a oMculty in}tot ouncing strength,word con those of distant Europc.trom future speculationsand I almost any one living out of.St'Johns'county, ll1.impo 0 C .u.oe. 'f' {
J ,,J1uttcs.. .3Jst 'Fort\V1 1tfeba.;.I taining eight lettejfc with only one vowel to keep frauds.. Take it for that "
,1iJ. ,' go.1 ; ; "t." 'u .t; 1 the granted, if'youkwill!! as her CItIzens; bad,caused the, absence of clique are not yet tu expressed but their- .
< cousonantl Trim It IS tie ap- "
ft quarrelling. that
'. tome- Assembly St.Joseph exceeded tatpow. IudgesRrxn and G uLD' their &
.t. ., ron-rond ke&i' ': ,.. .talA* *!' '".j "W*:v-s'cUY..or?" ...:*th..'t'.four, times incorrectly ]>ronounced sire nth.- ers, are not the members ofthat, Convention i' elsewhere,that they\byrcquiring would have no, right services to- probation is neither expected,.no desired; There

From Fond'dulaclb :. These words in th may be formed from verbs sponsibl to their constituents 1 Yes sir;as much I complain of ,any.actual inconvenience which are men in the world whose. approbation b as little

finfa.r.iilkbagd. I also, as birth, from the''erb to bear; but some,as as we are.' The people who elected them'elected' might; by 'accident arise from that"cause, ,and to be coveted as the..damnatfon' 3ot taint

From- 'Dtibliquc tat i : worth, have no -responding word in our own us,* and gave perfect power'and for the'highest II,1 that. would be suoerfluous'and a mere waste of praise" 4

county. i** *the'county1scfftfclriTeiawdre- *+< '.v.1- ,..'. c i':: language. from: which t ,they may be derived_ purposes.. Then .what right haverwe the creaturcs -, sympathy'suppose' a set of imaginary mbfor-1!1 '** t
From I uwugu in we cose: uiis word vorin,mere is u or the united, to sit in Judgmenton .tunes which might befall that improvident: and j O We arc.glad to be'informed
Dubuque, by that mosf important
the Latin
langun.ra :
/ county scat.ofjowa word (rtr'ahd in the An- the acts which proceed from' the delegateS shortsightdifli people of St Johns, as friend
I ,WeSt untl Libcf9',' and .R' ,stco:r'\" i" tliB44dar,;'.o[I' glo-Saxon a worn
From | of our word tcorth. From the. word ear (to At any.other moment onizny'otherubject: on over'th'em:' I therefore insist That if this letter laws' to tabs effecthfter the first day of Jane
Dubuque bv PJeasantj' ''u "'-----" ,
nd.Davenport; WchficU/Puint i flIioie. ploughwo have[the word earth signifying attempt of anyincmbcr to arrogate such authorftyas had ,bccn; written as the writer and you'pretend pex..f '.. 1. c'" -t.:
From StophensoU I I i ploughed land, aha still correctly"pronounced in is claimed for thb Husw uld,have'been it was,'out of St.lohmcountyton gentleman in [r I The amended act provides that -
Dacnporty.CentrypI and Moscow,, I| many parts England as word of two syllables thought'too 'ridiculous to merit 'a moment's con .thC'cityof: St. Augustine, it would have made., no person shall
> flochcstcrouthffRodCcdzjyr, "'- '. ..' 'I' e-ttf', It is writt n c-orth in the" Anglo-Saxon sideration. Sir, the least intelligent readily see .no'complaint Account of'the absence of vote for Delegate to Congress; Senators, Representatives

I From fort Madbori,' by 'v M PoInt and fusca. I books which is exactly the pronunciation that through the thiJ?veil. ":which is drawn conceal ges REID and Gotftn from that co nt'y. And Judj this ; .j to'the'Legislative Councilor County.
J1'D From BcntoniKurtv, I, ': :JLJ.J': ,'j' the word still has i n some' 'parts of Lancashire. the management Behind,'works' the miserable isrnade.still moro'apparent from tbd fact that: \officers,_unless,he shallliavo resided 'or had'j s.

ad Wappello NewlIin., to Mount 1j. 3i4Ivk Words I in gut, (German,.'cXi). contrivance but the, only one, alas 1 that b left their' constituents are sneered ;at and censured J habitation,'domicil' ,)home,' and placq of'
1 perma
Pleasant V. Flight. Ufeht, Night to bolster up the sinking credits-of the bankS by.the writer, because tqera 'brfia'
From fort Madison :" are afe ? ; ;nent';abodo within tho Territory Senatorial dii-
From ms*? ftinofa.: Sight. Tight Right. and induce money-lenders at a distance to,be. citizens of Florida living in the county bf St. .

ibCrt1 t Booniingtonby Na I ; ,C. .' ,. t n'."Vf8t- ; :These words art! not easy to explain without lieve a lie. ,How strange lathe story Johnsi.'who: required Judge. REID, trict county (as the case.may,be). for one year

$ ibt"i1apoeon.'Va 1110' b .' ; k1 '. I entering into consecrations,:.foreign to, the kind of the President and Cashier ,of they Southern elseichere." ''Sir. I trust you 'must feel ashamed i heit,preceding tho day;of ele ,

., :' .. .S. .inquiry\ that we i iave thought proper to adopt; I Life Insuranco.and Trust Bank. These"""worth of the paltry pretext which you havo resorted I" ..tIt, further. ,provides. that all nat.. mlfred ritiTfinsI
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'Frcm"WPp1riici 1. .'u''I.':C w.trr-.J' 'icaent.A i nor b it 9.ulteC' )Jn that alfthe words we have ies held the same offices' .In the Lockport:Bank to'_by__pretending_ '.._L'a that, the "picture from real life" j i shall be required to exhibit, their certificates*
)UtL to be,c "A tL, __ ,given strictly loag to the amb class though : in NewTork, and the LegISlature ,that State IJILu1eLuLw plecC 01 laiuuy,as aarnuess as naturalization
'.cw. ,y or., ons.6 at,t"Ot.I'run.u t: ,. .&NUn, h, e: tncyliappej to ter mnate with the same letters. took away their, charter.'And yet,sir, the(same it fa malicious--.was "an extract of a letter to a so as to render unnecessary the

From Burlington, ,CUK4 via uunCSWIL :- ". 'l We hay, however, observe'thnt there is t&osame, ,men who,'wero deemed unfit to hold( ,charter in ; gentlcmdn in this:cit}.," written to a'friendwithout' -r,rnutipiicityof oath that have. heretofore;been

t. Aug tiriC.1 Dd M1 1dlR EJlispnVcrcekVllUnob rh\'ri ,:.relationship: .betwenfl1 orJZe and $/ gU, that yery'garden of'Dank corruption, 'arej transported any design of pu blitati n. The writer makes|:I administered' at, and embarrassed our electi.

Sec 2. Xnrf-5e it further 'tJc9riA\ '/ 'j I there b bctvvccn set anti igu, t'fJ and '! I beeasonwby mto orlda"nnd, are thought.-altogether ; it too apparent that it was deliberately concocted 1| .It also prohibits;: 'h.eretof officerrbf Ihc
enacted;Thai c ch and; j *. *' and '
very rnnrfw. _''_ jt.'Iv r these and other, Xunilar words con- worthy. 4 '' pred with' great care for the. press in UxiitedStzitesrm
;tate wh1cb'Jt 1ibf.'Ithin.or tha1ithit 11' .; lIJ 4 taJQ ag,:or at least some letter.'akin to g 'Thus, If these resolutions pass, .thcf people.of'jhe! the city of St Augustine.'as ClOg the very best t ; y, or Naval, ,Revenue Cut

i .. amplctcd -M11C"'iri tinDde,'In German there fa I a.ordjlug, ''mca.nJngjl, States must arrive'at 'one" of two conclusions ; thing, "could be said'against Judge REID ter:service, from voting any.clectibn. '
--.'. 'General BIUUI%:
,,I,' S ransported, sther M.provided. -t ti.? mail to'|be i nearer inform t9ourbavziwordflzght." institutions in the Union,or that we are- "the most" for his l legal attainments and his habitual |character,and were J loudly coBed t'. 'The'sbc-
l.. one 'up n xcnson3b1 panLJbaiiP it .abject slaves iri the Nation. > independence of,c a.rnct r," upon examination,'i tion that relatesi"td".naturalized
I terror in Jiu 1\0' paying I From'3t .U"s tliC nV.. Sir, I compelled to view 'these resolutions turns out to bessomcpbor: 'disapointedpartizan,; citizens, :we consider .
any Instancb'mjbhs'Oian ftwe 1ty.. va I CURIO ia another'light Shouldthe Bank as decidedly,a protection to the' of suffrage
t, er.centum overhand above S FABJUcXTiON.: ; party succeed whopr9bably'thinksthat he himself, or a friend right

I '; .XMtation,would'costlrfpbst what similar,' .trans-., The following ai tide is now making"it rounds: in passing them thbugb/vairi and'short-liv' I of his, would do'for judge or a'membey bf the which should as far,as possible;be placed

! t 3.1 And o liC&.J : Daughter nf an .cd the triumph,.they .wUJ:gath :again under a Convention. if better men could be got but of the beyond.the power of abuse. '
Anuriean'Sorereign-A tlistjnibhcd thousand '
i, ", I l eTbat4he ebove pretences; to strike at the Constitution way. ,
I ,lOSt;!outc3 gO.q: rojw-on,the-firstl:of American lady, while at Rome,(says the: itself. There an article in'thalt\ But .
instrument' (a .ad/ oo/ thepeopleof Florida living in the ,Bat.-h I mankind ia weak
Florida Times asked once ,
ult eighteen hundred and tlilrty.nin, or soon. ,) was ,by a Cardinal, if he the iniquity 'of th .times). which county of St Johns required the services of 'j' 1
rBhould could t'Pope. Judge : jmie to b Crntted .
; too tods ofjthe.Department : have! the.pleasure of presenting her to the t must destroved.J. and'to thb end theY'alreadv RUD" in thft' ; '
ho justify : Convention.. .. 'when. ho. .ch'rniM'hfwrt._ _. _. fIr,tlftb' 'f.a. ik.ia. r 1I
same : Pronfetftfot M soorTns 'Oh being jnterrbsnxted if she would be''J 'form been -- 1'erin .
1'C8pODSl. run to : ,a party for the prostration,of the: 'at homc'o.dministering "'justicd ----- .
:)19 contractor ehjai: QI'er tp iransport.the, mails I permitted to coU'ith his holiness-the car I, whole. They'know full well that the day we: our citizens and others in such manner as between the laws t tm & rarelyjlightadjiil d. B'JITIS. I
J\w"any portion of the above routes for,the rev replied that she could not- that was an honor ,: assume State form of Government is their latest might p bc." Thb'b the: charge:which is the Resolution3'ppposed,5tc|,thise t .
mue derived from the new;offices to be 'estabjjshed conJmed to the Princesses of the blood, and j and for that :reason'they would divide gravely duced into
and the
', 'the : brought forward by your learned friend, i f. Convention by,Mr.'Baltzell, were
i' thereon until the first$ July, eighteen daughters sovereigns. "But sir, (replied !V subdivide the Territory to the last. Sir; the pebI against Judge REID and the citizens'of'St.Johns first Council
junJred and the / proposed 'the, I,a maority of the
thirty.nine lady ) am apnncett !rIM blucd ihe daughter i of this '
Postmaster General plo -Territory are the 'most county,nDd it is the '
op- only charge which is made '
:nyl forthwith .Uiem into operation. t jserenfojinAmtricaZAe j people are aU,; prcssivc aristocracy under the sun. 'I'mean,thc 'againsthira()z'them. The balance bf the jnembGrs werp supposed to be against thera ; but

I JAMES K. POLK, $orereign?,and I
:; .-1'" I. I 7rIi' j t' *. And,sir tho ,may come when no man and inflrenccs to be ",
roost very in
I rifCUt' laboriously" wrought of accommodating" certain ,
'3I cnta re' -His holiness much boll put quarters
was so plc sed.with the'Sparbn will
'. be
1 to "
I.' l \ .t' 'i. ; fi1tfiJ allowed any office, either of honor : this solitary charge. Concerning the fact 'char !and "a glorious
JOHNSON,; boldness bf the reply, that an interview; > or in this ,nlnetecnrferetouridttf'vpte: ; iaJtneir.favpr.
Cf.p1'9fit. land unless he>will bow ged,which_constitutes the body ot '*
II c.- .1:n tPicr Pft of Cr9 .States, aud"President was granted- andlthe American 'Prince admit1:1 the neck andibend thb.knee to those;'irrespQnsi* 1 will have something to the rest the picture, *t WQ' really-nOpe no one,sold his Vote
say; being mere
,t&e Senate ted to an.honor which: no lady.of a ,private..-; bio institution So long' as th Bank for irredeemable ,for the
S of ion bad ;; 'gentry ,drapery more flimsy than fig leaves, docs hot paper,; > gentleman syith
J, Approved, February. 1639.' "We saw ever tho aspired. i j can grow'in' wealth, ana iordjt! 'over the soil ;; deserve notice. I.the horns and taU always pays "hard cash,')'(so
aragraphsomwecks 'sin '
i' -.'. :, ** .. e ;while, they 'can reside, inrnansions and It be bad taste in the tho
VANBURZN. sporl may of St Johns' legcnds
upon the Floridian paper, The Acirs,published in!f.their people say. ,)and Ieserving. us the Bank arC
: have
equipages can thousands of fictitious
1. [ to
: : ,4 8t i I county prefer Judge REID to represent them in" 'i" 5cullar -
Augustine together with'thenam'of'thc.ln.dyof : : j5rfvdeges"we ncyercOin!t
wealth :
to 'th : can .
annually expend"while; the Convention '
to \
I The New has property another or others,
Jersey Legislature the
repealed whom the eitatemcht who'may
mode to
was nnd
; wci of the poor"and ignorant'b pledged for/their think themselves advantages,over the aforesaid gentleman
iw toencburago.theculture'of stllctttthdl'state.1 'should that .very distinguished, and who
hope neither of her
nor fami
j';,hit mlnoiify the .. any' borrowed fortunesb. y.will oppose going into a L perMps nay be'regarded, their in the'purChase consciences.
report: following syllogistic argument ly Was gudty of the fabrication.i "We call, it by State Government under that Constitution among ,pdrticu. -
I was used against the law. that nnmefor wo fcan giveitnoother fibs 'larfriind.'os"vnfuge Hamdens'r or mute inglorious
Bread b'the staff of'UtC1'but,wlk: -f.]b1 the prideof t d'imaginalioi*t,but it is calculated to deceive aprct.yjeu I am not touching upon fanc'' : individualsthere I r. Miltohs,0 but it is surely no sin in Judge Vi11iInythat: is vigilant will be an overmatch
f. life.r < i--*.% *> ; '.r are'here.whcybefore the Union,Bank went into REID to have the confidence of the people : for Virtue,if'she slumber at her post and heace L
and in ;
i ,
; ? :" a way that wou be prejudicial, by. ex operation were withT ._u__; among
.nIt. "knortfplV1 furnbtf'the staff: of ,life, biting the head of bur church as so difficulty capable of ob: rr lie has lived for the last ight years r ,nor can it,b that a bad cause has oftened,triumphed.orer
han: tpjiroraotcithe prtde o&life, t' and inacessible a being. ] taining jha necessaries" of existence, now;have ,: it be a.crime' in l them to manifest their confidence': a good one ; for, the' parti'iin-,,or the;former,

Ergo, it fa\nbrepropertoencbufage:the pro The writer of th'b.note is 'plain American not numbers only of an"slaves; easy and competency, but hold '"large. r in him. br requiring his services'in the Conventiori. knowing that their cause will do nothing for them,

loiion of,of Silk. ? cifizen he has been at'Rome- has had the hap I I I' Tsay again; 'we have rich possessibhsi'to There were five or six 'judges of Virginia have daneevery thing for their.cause j wberS.thefr1endsofthalatteratoapttoezpecteve.,
no right sitlii.ijudg. in the last Convention bf that
THls State. Besides
was eonsiderjwl'equdllr'as.good1 not pines several i interviews with the father ,
:i. kuer logic than tho'1 brat& syllogbm of Joeeebyhpmvedthataatbadthree and more than once presented American ladies/f; naent Will on the proceedings of the( :Convention. there was Chief Justice 1I.'slW.r a man filling ry thing .from their,cause,.and to do nothing for
I to him who* / ,any one say that'ux hate the right to accept '.or the \norable, 'responsible, and important me mselyes.-'Lacon. J
: conve freely,and he knows many I reject&e Constitution Mf have 1 ,
.1 ijSiitSidM'iw' oK&1** > I we not that'right "idicial.'station-under ih '
\9 > who have been" in the : government'of' the Were ioo t to
of the
present ,the Democracy coontry
by what rule of
'- .1. '', '. r rMd ," ' ; reasoning the/moTcr 'oi rnited. states'also a' member of that '
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'J Jh x on1snn'oppor_ frontier, Iwl'lhere JfrlftUerobattility oft3ftJt2''Jfc "I"F .- : --l. I vAN" ORDINANCE >*'l iing to-Carw Dtitjt;..".: BY TiitfpjfedfDEfrror: "t \/ S. ..-'.., ," -., .-. j'l
!c places weow >f? "T3 aiaWtr0f4 ; raaiie war :m AL'T ; Aa.i f*. .VVagtonr. and olhef C-T irmg i keptfurblr..\t\TA'tI I
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t9 ,. less:causey butihe is not now in,a' Q ,1Ja.: ftMO '
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<'the occmifig.ifi&fleKmce
., .best._,intcrorts-6r*\; -*scheming. specula.itV. a '.scattered:.all'over "1c fit U. .. ... '_.:.. I4", or otlier carriage within the city; without having:, lnat apubll vsale uoreby will declare beheld and_ .make .known I .
c' :
: first obtained: lieenne fur, ,frwn the at .
in doing; .
., Jbar4-earpe4..substanccrweKXrflea the> world, and toedr:nery whirc-," and"would -U PORT. OF8T.lUGUSTMrE.: Clerk'of the',City ,C"onlcil,"for the ,dmetbein/ Ju,the .rrritor1.'o( Florida "on ,Monday the 5tbv '" .'I

soc.the. .rwcat' of the poor man's. therefore feline i to:ncgociation.i .' who shall number and rerUtertbe aame/aud fo day ?r on ? r Mexvf he disposal"of$ thoJ .T < Ii

--wtTwa'. '-t .Pl' ..;The London'Atorning Chroniiclc stated a short 1- t., ., I :ARRIVED; :, .. which licenw;tbe' .nmf:910 for one'yearr or. .,PQbbctabuthinth.lmatioCthe ondcnnentinjedjownifups or
.' ,-" '.. Steamer Florida Nock 'Black CreekSchr.Oceola'Ny for and fractional towiuhipsln the Cast 'f "
,. % 85 *ixjuoih eac b eait, dray VvaggoiC or i iother
time since that a ih Land .
compromisewos contempla.jwii Charleston. : ', ,f dlll'llfiball be. aid'fortheii.' of the; ? *,Floida &! wit, : ,
,.ffq mr ; O.D. Y. ii r '. U1d" 'Vo to"Maine all'the TerrItorysouthof Clerkif Nortk,ofOu BO Li and Emit, eAiSlmiUn.
OA. ,. S1 U SAILED. i rCjt ; and hllator the ( tfie City; '
treaty of peace,in' 1788,. the Cotnmis.othIq the River SL John, down to.Isoiiie( ; 'Steamer Florida"Nock; Savannah via SL Ma. Council, ae a fee for bit i rvicea;mooing each' ,' &., Mary:.Fl*'s'Kiver lon le2 bfrange l"P..l..3,1 twemjsihree, and:5.:'East- of St., .
l Eastern boundary of theprovinces license ; and in ease any >ersnn or persons* shall; .
.thercena vtipn of"The river into which'some ry'sT : let drive ( hire U .Townships I, 2, 3,and 4, and-fractional. townlhip .
,,; % DetwcetfU. .. t ftMthB. of Maine empty arid'a 'Schr.Empire,,Sputhwick,Charleston.Schr. or or within,' any draywagtail', or? 5,of range,twenty four- ;
small streams in ,, good natural otberearriag. the city,whhou t bavmf first t
r;Canada'and-: Nova tScotia (now New This'would Stephen and Francis-' :Magee,":Charles- obtained each license, or withoat' having ,the .., Townships! 1,2.and 3, of range twenty*fire. ',

lick,) adjetedft,line.laid' down by George boundary. formerly' have I ton. bomber ocb license:|(an
m,"proclamation fixing the }mlts-trf.his new accepted as a,fair equivalenL | in figure not (less than three inches long.>on;the' Fr4ctun1L1owusblpa. 1.2,3:and 4 fI of range '- -j
the disturbances jn Address to Citizen. of I'1da.Dr. of said V weiIJ *efenFractionsI ; "
'he Topieet exigencies that the most conspicuous part cart,dray, ggon; V .
a;,len obtained ,possession.of the \ Townships} 2, and:.S;oTjTangerractmual : .
or oth.rcarriage, seen and hara ,
ao nib tJe'.ea.ilf :
; '
)[ : ITGSJwhich'partingfrom"ihe northof Maine may require;a law has been passed y'a' ,Benjamin Brandretk's Vegetable fur the management he'!,ame;'& sober/di. ,' eQY! elg I, 7 ; .,, '. I .
majority 20ito'6; in House .Universal FHX&, towurhijis 1. 2. and',?, of'range '" ."
\ Scotia should jthe t.Represent L* creetand. able person ; Inch lor'personsahaU : ':
Nora follow the person I
twenty nine. .f. 1 ,
j lives and These. PitU are mad'zXT'ULt( .Vegetable Ex I (Jrevery'suchs4lrnce,4Orfeit and % 'I'IU
_i finding tit water Jtomng into the Gvtf, unyheScnte'jith: the tracts known by lung experience be per/Wl/jr innocent r. sum of not less than $1ft or'more 'hin1$.&pay. a r, :'.&rl ofifm Dateline a'dLattoftht lltridl" .-**. ', : I h'

Laurence, from thattjloicinff into tAt Adan"until following provisions-:1.i and yet of>more power as apurg auvo.vor: cleanaer 2. .That all:licnsfur driving *; it struck Ponnnccticut river atJgreepf 1. The: President snail resist: any attempt if of,the alimentary c,nal,than any other medicine.i w gg)niot-ottwr. .;ei.rorJlir..,fwithin the :' Townships 5'and 6f of range nineteen. -
T fair effect on the system ia so ,, that U is re. Trnvu-hips.,Z3. 5*ltnJ 6, ofrinli twenty."Townships ,, .'
) latituiie. ?Thq;Driver St. Croix Great ,Britain to enforce by arms her jurisdiciion'bverJthe easy a city, shall not ie transfc able, and,*ha)| ,*> taken 1.2. 3. and 6. of '
jnarkable fact that Ibo m'IJ' aA.infant ,:for.ix or twelve, :njontbs ;J if,fr six. uthj. shalcommence range twe'y ope.
lir. tie eastern boundary.,' At Ghentjpiage ; disputed Territory. 1 or adult without possibility of ,doing any,injurybat on theGr.t,4a7, ofJinMary.aud my on Fractional township /;to uihips2f 3,4,5, an J )

,. was employed in the last treaty 2. That the militia,who pay be called" out shah ,<{u the contrary good. Therefore, in Cotiiyeneff, thf first day ofJulv tii'e.tch ,...,ao-J i1.I t'ortwele1"montbs C,of range twenty tw,, ::: o .1

,d. the pnvisejine was' left. ibo, ad.. be: compelled to servo six monthsof,nccessarjrl either all biLiooa tut ilualjor affections otherwise,;and'UiUious the f>versand ,shall eoI lleD JI.Oia..t ficlaJ ,';.;three.Township, ; J,2.. :*. 4,5.'and,8ohiDg.. U ,*.Iwauty 1 1U ', ,'t

future. e eimiaROBs when'the country,: >(it not.YTy iP/r tht3L iJm' ,,;..j 1,' < tbejr are of .reateu pouiblbeiMfitw ** ,:' otJnuori r.every 't4f, ,,uo..d.ed uiijnn! '.bein, .Township.", 23 4 s. iiu Ii., or-'fweolr
-Jt. .TL" .rt.,19Jb'' .n M o1' J'icthr_
' r.'f
i d. ; .f. I' &Jlutr .lf i .Ifo8i'.im ent' ; .
brcy ed in event,of'actual invasion. ,ot1ie'Uni8tates1 d' .the.i&tterenng Iirn.jetwen: ,J fa-r&t..i, and "t ,' 9i"v'tfjrf ** \ .
and ;
: the bole ,
more powerfully la efiec w frameftlMn uorrang: twsntr
t1ar&o.t -
4o beagthus$ left open.for quibbling, the "the President is authorized to accept the dose of C.lou l.-and let.-in.a, fcw,.hours after U ,every person aboil! : "ubh,who I "ha1II.h."v".o la I"f4 .anch r-licensed five) ? U ,- v1Trac'ional \ \ ':

Govcrnment; *is its wobV has continued service,of'any; "number of,Volunteers not exceedIng the effect U.overj>o debility!' w. atever,is ezpt>rien quiredaLalthues.t:. the dy.(Sunday are;hereby* excepted -, : ,. l. township! J, orlu twenty Diu!. ,7:"'. '5. 3:
i I ed. 1 ,0 At the place ia ., I
ihb1gcTcr since.;' first, it contended that 50000.) j j4v I ,ItiUead ol caasiug weakness. body is trong- ) !to'carry ,all godsferes.) miii hwotyf! ,, andCHiauioduies. flam coutlntuinn.comtna'ncinon f *. .f
.r. and could bear wore (aUue.after' they bave beenused. *'/",). *'w.lunth day of November ntxllfor'thVdlsposjlof ., I
ou, ppucajtr aad the
i s.\1 qS:Crolx, next, that, I' Authorizes the President in like event to Whcri the Bumdretb, Pills arq known,Calomel J monay tendered ; and for ererv in beiug.rufde neglect or, rt/istl tfic'publie 'Idiids within the limits .. I,

Fe were no waters flowing into the Atlantic,inch .complete, the'armed vessels 'no r .to to Wit i a f'w .
as the rivers running:,cast,and south cmp- law,;,to equip and arm all the naval force of tho a purifier uribe blood9 they are melt invaluable ,tlie sum of ten dollars., ProviIeJavjs| That y&1Irl1 qths 64 lil; au castf 11.' ttrnw 4ll., i "-\ .""

!into theba1.d :IfWiy or,other mdenturcs .! Unit dtatesand, charter vessels ondsteanvboa s i in, all entaneotls" di. .eases, from>b atever. ..e.ari.: Jhe C4rri owqerofsuch cart dray ''waggiiu or,other :* Thdtpirt of TuwnsLip 11'east oPSawann :': ".
4 liu eii n<.e4 iq work, jat iy 'c
coast and lastly that there on no Ugh land J lakes and rivers where : rrrer. i of range fourteen. *: ft J .-
w on such required.! forauate'person, or f half' oflVr,such piberV ea ouable I. :,4't .
the watcraat tlieir' J|', which Became no care is required when,mUift them, Eat excuse as shall be approved .bj'iJh' Court Towni'nipi 10,11 I,and 12.""of range'EAjan. :
.riding sources. 5. Appropriates ten millions of.dollars $ *'- Townslirps 10, 11 and J?. or nnge'siiteen.
and drink what please,and have, fear of lor. mitittraie" before whom I
you no cold the b
,Maine separating from. Massachusetts the the authorized I ,cue may "l- 1..). ) ,. ,
When of is \
> Secretary Treasury t > : Townships, lI,42'and 13;; of range sevinlMJ "
d{ or cold water;' the bodit positiveless'liable! cold rOd;"" ', l .
to '
I "
I U < '
came a State the claimed for her limits a line borrow. : ; ; ::3 Toat all ,drivers 4 \
after, :tha before a,dose Those. tumors'. being remov.edbjr ocrts.drau.oigzoti! ,. ownsriip7.and' fractionil tewn bp! Ih -od .'..
nnfmtn the Connecticut river, at the 45thof 1 f 6. ppropria.tel81o.000'for.scnding an extraordinary > tbd, ,PifUt, which, causes,colds. and.cougha or ,and, other carri.:estio ilil*'city'are euictlr'projiibited : Vv )2. [we tol'Arrrdontlo's: cbirn] bud. township >,- .I,'

latitude,along the lands Mgl or ,divi- ,minister; ,to_London: ,should the President which by iucumbering the blood its from driving a| a rUlcr rate tluuaSvalk U 13j orange eighteen. -* '. '" .
j prevent, tepellingthem. or W trot or pace, through the,ttreru.ana oh "* .,
and fraetiobat -
the waters flowing northerly m those flow deem it ., viywnibipj7aiid 0, township :* ,
j ,expedienL ? 1 But as the Fills,remove all i'uc *nee from atreetv they 9.[n'I\h Arredundo' claim .fractional JJ '

j ioutbcrly until it struck tho'angle of N.Brims-. 7. j Provides that in event of hostilities 81OOOJ- the'blood. their efledt'ia'this! P*i c11ai.! 'is self-evident.. .ontidn, ,. ,faster..than fa ,walk.i And any '>bip'2 [wnth'of. rredondo'.]claim] and tovnU tow n-- .. ., ., -' '\

4dt which would bring herTcrrititory within 000 of tha appropriation'shall be appficd to for.tiflcations '. They may be taken at any ,time,that,"body, require, clause wuiti*tor shall,free foit'cit,p rou'of culwnr. violating' this. S.',1lsi1J3.oraflt.iwiiztv, , ; .

lout SO miles of the SL L&wr nce. Great Briin !' and defences of the seaboard'and froq- inedtiue either befureer. after meals. :wheu, 411t or al U I Isis ; and! if a Uve.. andpaj'thosutnurzve his< \Vuer or empl01enltlal1' f. .ow.M'p.'anlf 8, fractional township 9, ,. "A
home without inconvenience L.-4tfiof Arrcd.uJ claim,] fractional township 1
any bYiug experienced. -
insisted th. 4.Uv\tImits wcm certain I pay a like suiu; auJ. on refusal to '. !
high tier. Aud a certainty,that no malignant dieasCAS.I.-UPKE p.yrtblt sjui, 9, [north of Arredondo's elaim"Jfractionaltownshi
4 mountain near tho ': That while, d., Tlius aid slave shall recd uol.'leas IbiD tei iitrmortf Cr >:12. [otjth of Ar 8d adl' claim .
particularly a ) present 8., : militia ,and' volunteers, when callel they are uf* e.tabli.hing the fact tint ih4n | ,] aid
twenty Stripe i io the market home <
y limits ojT'3alne: lii dtrldo no waters into service, shall have"organization pay ue have only,to use those remedies,. which' PUHUY ,4.. Tbatthu, following ales be allowed cart :, mvnship" 13.or' r ng.Ttweuty one' .' 1l".14 .. I 4'
Uie tie free Irons ALL disease.rjt being'now '"Township. and 8, Iud'tbal'p rr-o' town .
I7 south oftho great river Su Johns which and alldwanccs'of the army. a.w.ll known fact.that every disoase. whether
hat part of Hs couno runs easterly t '. 0., That the act shah fc i in force until sixty day s .th. brain or uuuncjt member; whether it be' 1111 out- For each load'rrolD th Cht Gail".: east I auuJ tow uiship 12'ur rmigetw; .nly' 10.U .

me question "which' were"tho high lands" after ward,ulcer or an inward.aoceM,are all. though arising of Tolumazo Street alo g fallJ .free', and'' ::1 .. .row..MI-f i. fS ). iOJ i;it. .n.,13of' ran*"e -; ., :, ,
tho meeting of the next session of Congrcs. ,
(tow many cau.eyf reducible to one grand effort,'name on the'eastaide or ahcz'Ceeko) Iwenu1tee., : "- 't ,',
. referred to the iking, of Holland who then ly, impurity of blood. ; line called C .noVlI La..e. r llnintea'l. h :I .11 'Tuwit-hips7,9. 10,.II. 12aOO'13'oan&.

ftibled with rtRe Belgian:resolutions,thought to JFlorida; -Wo havejust seen a gentleman whjj ( lucouoqueucM the plsatanlness of' their- operation .. the waters( .tanza. Kifer:( '>! ci,. 1 twenty four. ... *,;-,' u ,

kfy all parties by/plitting difference "and left Tallahassee on,the 21st ult. from whom j wide, they extended cry uuiversally CO(' try where u"d iu.thfllire.JDad..khuwn.)every rection of this above Fof limit each Toad. any. distance j withinlba.' 12,1'' ,twenty,"To',five. b. 'J,.,10, 'I I, 12.1114' } 13*, .Oranl',* Q ,

toed for a boundary the river SL John where, learn that murders by tha Indians,are ,of every ,, and are fut auprrceding every: other preparation ofi For e-ch load any distance wfchiti the 7 The .lct will o.tch' ; be kept open for two weeks I 'It

Crossed Territory. Great Britain was satisfied day occurrence in that neighborhoop. Between i:;I pruf..ed. nli :riwpurt. Upard.Qtuu tiee'n thuu above lirtitM to atITpoiuE'suutbutC1nityis. (nnlss the l.mdsare, sooner dupowd of,)and to .J
the 17th,and 21st during this gentleman's stay]!'! aahd cafes have been certified as cured solely from Iher Lan., I ( "' fc 25 : longer: and 'no PrivnteeHtriea'o.laud'i in the 'i .
feh this awaro", but );. Preble, the -Americanibassador. at Tallahassee, fifteen citizens had been killed]j u.e. kiuce the introduction of them lUlu the United For .""b fold from Canovai. Lani'yij. towjuhips' nu off-red will N; admit f.d'until afterthevxpinition -

.In thanking his Dutch mightiness by the Indians. The Seminoles have introduced titites. thus ".t,Wishing ihe i tttI, bcyund all doubt, ning vouth! ala',: the ens E ild, <* of duuthez, of the two weeks' There w ill be "

|his kindness respectfully suggested that inas. : dogi.l Into thcif wnlfare9 Our informant, who is thai the 'Urandrrth IMls curv lheappar utlym-: op .Cutekor any ititermedi,; |.hce, \ : 12$ .,U, excluded from'the sales herein proclaimed, lands "" .
i For ench Io id from anr point within the appropriated for the 1I1If of school , milimv
famiUatwith the military events in Florida, tells l bl t'teone! .wpieiet of c uLiuuuilIy.eTacultingUl4bywol ; or
*ch as.the question referred was not to fix'ndary aj I first named hniitii other also land ( '.1
,fits: he 'saw, himself the corpseof a militiamarj, ]] wiUilbam until tbadueasi* gives to 'a'11 poiiit'weitbf purposes covered by pth ate
but to decide which were the high 'i one of tha small party which had been dispersed I|I w."lb .li're. whatever may bit aid uf' tlie.THXoitr. Snnehet Creek, as f4ri. ''Sui I'1 Old < 'eanfiimed claims, surveyed umiurve' >edand
the Ferry,'awl 'as far as the] wet mid of the lands which, private claim are alleo'ged, which !
4dV nlLlTJ'l'r tin raicricx
the controvcny was in no manner simpli-j.L by the l Indians who had been hunted down 'i wjww \IIUSD AIL ; ',:
lines Jltlliu .
by' DOli IT. <( from ilw Fun Mariorrtb the, huve .lIflt yet ,been contirmed by law togetrh.
i||,by naming tho ..bottom of a. river, '. There dogs, and held at bay until the Indians.approacli- :I: A. Uraiidreih'f- Tills cure Scur\'. ,. Fevir and east. side of St. etustianthver. 25 with alt quarter sections and- fractional section' '

\be rivers ia Ilollandlike river Po in Italy, ed and shot .Qlobe., r j i Aue,.Cod\euMii end .its con.rquei tee-y i-ealenriiig For,each load from aiiy fjoint unrth t of- .. ,which may be cut thereby,and therefore made to ..',f'- : ,I J,

1I" bl'thluth, u : ,The Sctninoles then must have imported a newTjfoed'oT'flogs : in.,. /nd ulljtranellers to (foteiti i j giui>.. should: nut .Caimvas.. ...". Line. W.within.' .the first. .,.upecifi' d limits- to -.. require-.-, -.- .- new subdivisions J------- wLeii- ----- .-suchclaimai'.'-1 ---.--- e- .U'U: .',- J'\
: : !6.a 1 PUt !*QdU a' W1t frbrivuuoa, ortJOTQBOtncrcounTTT"where.they t ice a 3I'd$ tiT iHiir;..-icrwheretb.y u ;iii'e lbn.-requIreX River' -" 'I"- *., 55-V '; ton thi& foutteenih dayu f Jllly.\"nn.lJo. .o" "\ '!

I ,.. ,! have"wonderful blood-hounds if all ; art., 'lima or clin.ele, etf. cl. them nut, f..reacb load from" snnth of,COHOTM? uuni, 133-i. M. VAN liUREX.Dy ;. '. ,
down oast. proide4Ltk'y are 1ftd'1- nuemelt will, .find HIM the i'resident : : :
"' oitlb of f. I '
I(ls ".disputcS]terrllorywContains: about 12- stories be trUe cs all stories undoubtedly arc, fc |I ,medicine muunat will tuure health tu the people oniheir.entates. Joynerstreet.tan to any point uf" North' City: '- ,.* .31* : JAXCI'iiircoa! S. f Ite t '.

0 square miles or is nearly tho ,size of Middle ': the'dogs'formerly owned by the Seminoles wcr s. t, For each load from anypoiut! nOIb'! of s .. CuimnittifKcr nfltu Central and &,. I '.: I

d West Florida together. Its sovereignty be. weak and starved as their -masters 'were hero : t, Ih.uc ltb..: Pills have universally secured friends the City Gates to ari> other pout lI ontb'.of *.' NOTE lit THE COMM lIONER. 1 '

having been'di- : they i fat and saucy by picking up,provisions wherever they have.bc introduced, and I, B xujinuinIlrsndreih Joyner Street continued to the,St.: .: Sebastia.n ., It i 1' onderstord to bei n ,ccntemplation sslabluh
.to Maincj'but the lauds/iot grew "" 12 '
River, ] cordon the Peninsula
miliury across
travl'.crscd Doctor,uf Medicine do believe them to a pjnW ',
who haw :, poise
4ed.the epo.ra onbelongs in parttoMassachu4ts 1 thrown l'Wpy'br the armies 250 feet of Lumber shill., constitute a In ad. of Florida at roiuiderabta: distance ,
all the I have attributed them and I \ jI
to :
properties '
the country. j 250 Brick/a'load. the.south, :,urthe lsn Their title js just to cvcry'inch they claim S have used them myself'ia my family and i in an exten- 400 Shin:le ;Ii load. I' ofilifroitier. wlikh will afford an '.

It the land!is oflittlc value with the exception of|[' Unfortunately, how >*er, forth Globe's rclX* !: stve practice (our'tep lea,.. and, my experience has Due full, ilngnhead. or Pipe a doable1' Laid. I" U ample opportunity" to '|>urcfiaepcior'fotbe I 1

ine tracts of pine Umber, remainder' being',I \\liich will go the:?*rounds of the papers/1 tlcr :, fully confirmed me iu mj opinion' that all I diseases. -. One Tierce of Rice of Suar. ,"'Ii lvaJ< ., i' .4e*. to examine! .(he lands ; a 'large 'portion! of

!!with swamps and dwarf trces. For agriiltural I,I b no truth in i. We have seen a gentleman fro v ,I te removed bjr tbo l remedws which have a specific :|One Cord Barrel of l.Wo half d.1 a: l I'a lo4.* .. ;J' ; I which.It..represented aa being very ya'uable.NOTiCE .. I

purposes it is,too far north.ffo <*TallahassJie'who assisted in putting the dead maIn action on the organs of the stomach and bowels, and a Every full'I can or-dray, load of,good, wares, \ TO PRF. EMPTION.CLAJ.MATdNEvery ,

' Great Britain it is of less value. Much is;',' his coflin, and who ripped open his clothes t eeuera! action on the s j stem: such as
Id of its necessity'In communicating, between;, : examine his wounds. He was shot thtough th! Air Abarne thy bu clearly proved ,that.all.local diseases enumerated, and'in bullc: and.weight! iiot.eqn l proclamation! la reque>.(i to proto',the same to
full shdtl:
aDd ',The brain; while running.with two others from th can be cured,by those rcmediea which have a to a hogshead' or pip cJililllutealoud.\ the*atf"faction' of thd Itegi.te.r and Kcceiverof .
rjr Brunswick the Canadas. commuT t 5. That if ao>' owucr oVdrivci or aUf caitdrayorother .

lion are all made in the bummer when the great'i Indians, and when he jfell stabbbd in sixteen pla- curative effect onihe. stomach and boweti.GIUATCAUT1ON 'carriage/ r' hi*'e,,shall; demand or :fir the as propperland wee at pratiicaUe ofiee. and fur make"aJb, ,this) ntth notice r.,

.a.nricl of the St. Lawrence' |ji open. A mail ;i iox '! ccs but.there.was no sign of a dog having bcch 5 q 5 3 ;1 l receive carriageof any jreater"rae of the attic.l. price'or'piic. rrientiuned sr ill ib.s the in'order that the:c'aiihmay: be adjudicated by .

by land weekly;'but it is an empty one;1r 1|! near him. There are already horrors enough i ii IS NECESSARY 4th elase"of any tbi i. prdjntnce.'thaiire; i!allowed, the 1 thoso elBcers agreenhhr to law. in due timeTprior .

r transportation was ever''attempted j troops ,; Indian'warfare without. bringing dogs into tin to procure the'genuine,, ttrtndreth Pills. and you cannot ] person ofTending,if MWhit| p<*fsofl qra tree .J. to the ho public day appointed tale ; And a:1 for!| the claims cutnt&cncenient not duly mad of J
'F fail l to the genuine if'you lake the follow, person of color, .bU5't every futhoffince pay !
procure .
declaredby .
then id the date aforesaid,
he and known are
ve but twice attempted| route (on- field piior '
,: advice.How 'a fine of fire dollari! and if If ilaTe, 'IIH,owner '. "
log law tube forfeited. 'U
f < ; : ..
IlLft.'Wc too much to I -:-:-:- shall like 1 t
) or employer and oa JAMES \vnnr/ \in (
oj. TO FROM the t i rlive I utah l( 6dealt with CiUjIUfiGeer
to same (
Besides if England MEMBEBS CONVENTIOAND pay
the THE .
experiment. 11A"ItBECVE TO S U -Coinwzinioier l-Laxd office. ,"
repeating T.HE.
qia .
Nevtr to purchase,Brandretb'a Pills, "without being as is provided '.tbiru clause of thiiibidi&ancB. .
reference 1 COtTKCH- I : ":<
want, a
ould ever really a passage, obtained license
positively l .sure that the person selling baa an,KIGIUVCDceibficale 6. ThntAif'any penon, having a ; "' .
;the map will show, (hat the claim of Maine : At meeting of,the:citizens of St.Johns cout ofagency. and ItT observe it baa been .re.j as aforesaid shall,within t A eY e iiipiitba;boconvicted 1' h .3PUDLIC'Of SAIEM'5-1 .
of four otTenc aaiutXnJ4oninanee) : Unlle'd Stale lands in :E-fa Florida
: s ,
*s not deprive her prone.iUhas ty friendly to Democratic principles, held at Cot. j i newed ; no certificate being any IlIara.ute.e, after twelve before auy magistrate thi C ti'-idret-'by himself ; ,deferred fur,a further pciioJoL;. J .' '0

been understood between the Govern- Cue's Long Room on the evening of the 16th I months from date thd Pill a told by,the bolder are geii -' or .any other person :orither Ptt _d ngtfce : 1'in4u PIA.?'. : ,. tit U
1t "
Ijfehat neither should exercise Jurisdiction o1r inst. FBJLXCIS L. Djutcv,. Esq-, was called to t11c : :u i ne.t !art, "dray; waggon.: (< e 'rrirge JYhic S II herawy ,weD, ht. ,the public I '
the" territory until th6bouridary settled,*t chair and PETE C. ZTLSTRA, Esq. appointei.Secretar My own office fur'"the".certain supply of1 the pure any, such' license refer. lie hnl|, forfeit !\fh license. ., 'NOTIce! uch portion of the lands ordered
,\ Medicineria cts.per box with full directions is and.shall'not bVc ntitleif I toreeone, |u ; 'on the 1 1th day of October last,to be held at th. : AS
it a''few years since a citizen. Maine, Mr. J 1. I 70 U lei. than twelve month's! [hereaJTier. f : Land UUic at :I. Augustine, ,iii. Haat Florida. <

!reely.was imprisoned by the authorities of New t The object of the,meeting ,having been state 1 : 'dour MEET1NOSTHEKTOne horn Qtieec,Cbaileston.O aforesaid.That 7. And be furthers all ordin: djlnjd isceorariJ'of1rdiii.bypi' authntity! ; oa Jloouay, the_3<1 instant ii lJal.,o&.bu.e .
: been,,oUVred at the date of,the receipt of this
wick forsrolii4tthesLtlemcnt by the Chairman on motion it was Druggists am never appointed I Agents, therefore ,antes heretofme'pa"'ed. rgulati'i.g'ear1.l dmy : ;uotke at .4idot1ice, is deferred until.:.nd will :, \.J,

t Madawaska. The reccnt excitement has been i Resold That a public Barbecue be given to purchase only at 70 MEET IXC 3T- : .| wargont or other carriage*, be'and, ml', .ante are. :couiuietice Monday, \Lcfoarlk day of March :4."i U

wight about by a party lumbermen (wheth. members of the COD\"Cntion.nnd Legist ,AND KEllCMUF.K 70 A'ee' iDI".&,, the only hereby repealed. ;. : ,$Je21. 5- ". :: ;
those Passed, 16tbJannsrr, 1839. i' Jto .
1 where the hue BKANDRETH AW that,the public sale.of UnJ ordered to
'Americans pot is.ofjjio ) cut- place in Charleston ,
or consequence who -
tive Council, from St.Johns and Mosquito., ; F. Ia.' IVANOY/Mayor. be be Id at lie Mire place .on Monday' the 17th '
ig timber upon. public land for the English so manfully:tood..forth'and successfully battle i.4 f. lILLS'are .old, my' own office Tor'their 'exclusive Ted P. B. DOMJS,, C rk. t.. u in 4I..t i* deferred ,untiL an4 .UcowDienc. en
nlis., J BT BRANDRETH. Sf., 1). the of March i.eitr '
AIoud. tighuen'k day
< .
*iket,The y. -
the pcople''rights in tho recent severe cor- '
for 23IuiadwarN.y.: ." .. A ptilicnlar det-cripuon will $tereaft-r,be .. 'U
trespassers, but trespassers'aided flicts'at SL Joseph and Tallahassee, against the Soldby'JO'UN J. IIEDRICK.U VEGLISfl'SCHOOL S i'f the tiacts and lown.Mp.'Lo.llareof"bKh 's

f the Authorities of New Brunswick,seized and encroachments of monied aristocracies and sou 'AgeutforLAugustine1ttTOTICE.Siz . "MIlt: B. CREEGAannounces > having_ ep-trateJ: .from sill neferrad: 'uiuil the fourth of Much next S '-.

Arisoaed the agent Upon this the Governor I. weeks fronthis date I will U Rev.'Mr. Hankett, mo"t' tlnllyi pnisuantto this iiotke., f ._ '/ I
corporations. .. i to theitzen'of St. Angnut, that Gieenundernsy hand at the Cily Washing : ;:
fialne sent a Jarge force,to the cene of action those I nuke application to the lion. the Judge of thiIjou U \
JZejofreo That invitations be extended to he hat already commenced teaching schbljn l the ton, this fifth day of December, IrUS. ;
for of Adini- ,
stationed at last advices.tbeUtesVaccodnts fly Court of Alachua County letter lioo belolglllg't.C.. .Mickler situated in Jl. VAN DURN. : ; \
o it was members of the, Convention from.the ,counties the Estate of Saml. Fiupatnck.late e t ,
nwirationon Charlotte Street in which be wi receive and iJenti '
from the"scat of By the Prc' ..: '
war, 'f
" east of the' Suwannee who arrayed themselves of said. County" ., dec'd.THOS.. FITZPATRICK.March carefully inntruct, as bf bas: heretofore! done, JAru.VHtTCO. ", S / :. /
'of B.
,.woJET'eppenf 4Gocrnors Maine on the side of the,people,' and co-operated wit i '42i i children who nny be coiifided to bis eare lie CaMimissiol3srof tit Qcnctal,Lnd Qfif*. .
*& New Brunswick'Tutve.respectivelylreleascdeir members from SL Johns and Mosquito. 21,1838. 'also l bel.'lea.e to inforrt the public' thnt lie will
the .
no pains ortronbh4 for'theimprorement of AN ORDINANCE ralaltof *e swJa ,aa a4 '
< pnsoncrs upoft parole 'honoirj; $ir John l Tha\ Theodore F/ofarrf Wm., Timers, DANCLGSCHOJL. spare '
RtlOlr : his pnpil. ffnd'tbongh h. school it OprflO aM, nits to enforce the City Ordinances.B '
rrey demanding that,the troops of Maine be f P.:.C.: Zyktra R. D. Fonlanc and P. B. Dumajr, MR. AUGUSTUS TAT1N the basing' returned b'wformcr to St.. without distiiietion of ere ;d.yet he depend' more ; it ordained' by tha 31 sy or'and Aldermen of -

ithdrawn; that he be allowed to dispose X>f the Committee to incite tlc annoances' pnblicand particularly upon the palrounge. of the Ca'nolic the,City of St. Augtutine, tint from and after
Esquires be appointed a patron, that be will open. buDartciog School 'community for snppoit. j' tti.diteaU and every fines and forfeiture*im* .
the timber cut and.deposite the proceeds in' resolutions. E the V2d inst. forUeiitlemen. tie : ." : t .
gentlemen designated in the foregoing on Friday enui&; l' .TERMS p->-ed by the Ordinance ofthis city now or herr*

disputed territorial fund and that the personsca..w1. 1 Resolved tfadxu Soiww, }Vm Trarxr has: taken the Unj ,Room of Cof.' Gue.'Ittuated' In YunbginfleTJ'pet quarter; $3,00 O'ThottP at.riii, force.ihiJI be recov'erabewith'cosi: of
hb McLougalin be givcnp'ridby1kJli5A. i That t. Cbirloite Street, lowhieh there is a private entrance. moie advanced ] ", 5,00 ( suit;by 1m'person or persons who shall sue, for .'. -.
% agent ,
0. Jama Keogh T. FlotarJ R. D. F.vnUme, Douglas. Mr. '1. wilifcif' .weekly Assemblies to thlt'Ladies and FurBmiVkeeping\ ., Geometry Surrey t *. the ratna/hrfure any magistrate of the city and ; :

JhanmetU Peter Jend'JOhn'L. Pkillips and Ja ,. Geatlemenof St. Auganine dnrinj the Spring and, c'.ng. &C''. 1. J 600 t that go, one mokty to the person or perron ,
Governor Fairficld has"replied, in a spirited Committee of Arrange Summer m-.ntb..b"uld; subscriptions be made up to, Catholic parents are iriformed that he will re* who shall sue fur the same and the other moiety U J' .J
has been made tho U. GoulJ.'be appointed a df>rray the espen. qnireTrom CithulicchiMren a strict'attendance .'to. the City Tre'.nry (or the Die of the city ,\ .
.". A ityjuisitioa upon T tin otTeri al- to .odroet in the art ofDancinj -, U '.,
m., '. Mr. < o to Sundar Sfh-Hjl. .lId tJ. the ,public4 venrices of S Pswd 26th Feb. ItQS.Test "Ni'
4Qtia of the Btate (ari&H3! tnen, to be jin readiQBforinstantscrrice. *:l aUf private class, if requested.Iaa .' the church whilst chitdre of oth-r relicioun, denominations ..5 P. B. UU3IAS. Clerk.. 4

2700 are concentrating On motion it wlS of tuition, thire times per week, Tuesdays,, will be ailuV'ed attend tbeir'own ''I -U ,- ,F L. -\NIJY; Mayor. '

has appropii. Restated, fh.t the Chairman and Secretary b 3 .Thursdays, and Saturday & )OIlIlI.LaJlei m ,the places of,wor'shij withov t i interfering with their. I .. .. .( '.; 'I f
and the Legislature >
athe frontier1, above Committee. '1 Afternoon. Aloodavs. .NVedoesdajs, and Fndajrs.for relisions principles. I I. ". FOR SALE, i'S : J
44900,000 for the expenses. Sir John Harvey added to the \ Gentlemen the Ereiiinj. ': 'Mr.; C will give l<>. ons jrery nisht;(Saturday FOR THE 'TERM Of TWO YEAR ,-,' ;-

small force regulars under his com- ,JZ-oZFeJ"That;: jhprOceedings.bepubllhcd ; Term Tuition.. $10 |II if quarter 3 lessons per and 'SnnHay ezcepted)in his School Room HO US Enow occupied Wiiiauu&;
as .
only in the Florida Herald.! WJAk-lllf aolein ad ane., 8 from 7 o'clock 9.: io.those who may choose to S Tilt as a ,hop,on Charlotte Street near V :
0&Dd; but bn4yegmenl at least has beep order- :'s ,.. .H ,. &. N. .-ilr.T. will also fire. lenoni. in1Mu.Le, pn- receive them from him. 'I "s* -<' ,** "* '. "be 'Wharf and the Oyster House connected y. ,

4 'p ,. : --r. L. DANCY, vatelyorby dims. 'I' "of. ,. "U 'St. Angustioe Much IS39. Y' :JieTewitb. Enqnireof Wu.uas. '& f-'U&, .

erpcrsibly'., blood, .mar, be.*?$&U.& on the ,P. ,C. ZTLST'U Secretory. ..', ; ? -< :. SL"Aa.n.ctio, W... 19..1 PMk/%. to ".' r" ,f- .. : V"'IfIIVt i'J' tiI I V"."rt. ih* house or of V. !trwxz. ;I I ,

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". 7JZI..llUI..A the efaione'oi'weaU aad power. .0 .* ;:. : : '- < ;: vowir tr .T. O..t : ...,... af
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are } jjiDVotT i K prawclUK! peetnaaidi ttteircoatrihatiowlik.theirpntpw. ) \ C .1J '
III '; I' '*Ai'rtTW indicates ,- .i,have in the.-IOO mnebof'sdtSbaoa.and, 176-r : '/T' HEToira of,St. Johns, is situate'on''the. 1. All .). _
ats \ ;we enter apoa a ealcaJadora attracted to the ,of a bantu of the noble Rivet tit..JohLa, East la'bn STZZ ett+ri'r4
., i'l nowttafe iu our editorial career:, lliibei:we 'P.', Pn ', support_ Flmida..about fire miJeJ'.boy.lt1 juiictiou with what : _+aWs-ala-
hart'tought to contribute oar mite in the Wa raid miles below the town of Jack Jel.will... -
We the: twenty
of promo will rapport M ARTIII VAST Bottle lieu a -.IJI 2. A fr .l,
,uon enen obj-cts.a*were calculated to advance ,,Dbtthnrn but suoVille,.aiid thirty, five wiles north.of.Su AagustitMt. 'dtraegerimuetliiaryj-p-: : 1h.Ii
nun- hie is
nr.Territory In population' grad : highest praire -that be i ita PON a tract of One Tho'afand Aetesv",wes, value of the set of boob
S-iopto'it1; tad th.Pu"Dcnor A USITKO Ptert, 'U' Tbearuaa.poiutwbere. h could be bortewed'ate''
: Hie the .
,fw have failed to : of;ana the elJBebastiau's, ,retarDed.S1'
accomplish all we eboLi fare possible to esfablish/ a *ateriaj place'of intpurtatio 1' -
., principles rich UM/&toic any
are as
eksired for a stPro prietors have laid out k number of Lots, extending 3. Tfo iabMriWr.WilfcViiM./
the public "it has {
rood, not beta Torwanlofanboaert from ire beinj ptrt tJy.ope. to the
J from the Lands btf'Hills down! to more than one of J" b.
tad anxious High let books It taateTi
solicitude East it UM .d
upon + Hii Eeaeroaesoul b + I'tlkate ; alb.rn4 receive all .n& _; .
: the River. is.: WelfteuiUraVfo* a out ulla'
err parto do justice to our bbtrgatioas. But spread kNit abr 'stag The.eUuatton the trade winds which blow .Croat tha Gutph ofFlorida. pal.'I '-'
o ibe goblin Town ViUa .aud. grapeI striVog' 4. All .
or ; non.keet
With saceauive period of n.any gboob
'ftI'...T.baa eea prosperity tad w And hole for srsrf mentor of the Ia cL!"_ t'- & ,like most of the. .'at the same time divested of for keenness weak will be charged Utz titoht.'

gradually advancing I WtMtever may betide-we like hiss principles 'Kit in the v.ciuftv is but ems inn of the peculiar( loo raaid uc on. the, sea coast 6.toro. hooka' t "5ft
.n; Hi resources and population era Any taken Iron;
until it .now evi ,and are ...friend and onr,friendship w n-J one and TLo.water opposite the town is("o.auherai"Ie.'u 'rh.JI" et
olerondoff. .
dently approach**: a maturity"that, _ill it bar or damaged in any was more F
oblige a It soirkdrslae tdlul AiI ltnslrals ae gtootrr std (.tb Ea trudtstsad Uiorougbly salt as at the ; III
I ere king to .,uo'.the ; more"rretrtbedamtgemnalbe'p.
1. repoaabiiitiei of tout, rf llatd area the'ckencu: a. ia *is / wvVe South is extensive and$ictureqne,and from .qUflDIIT' bcbencul' tn iu effects for seabathuixaudseaair. 6. I >
dtpe tbtt. "
ont'guretauuat.Alterdy UM,, prensrtorjr profess 1 duuOtruUd about toatimatbaUritishweraiu ee.a
> ,
tvtrOux ArttotrW.lata .
tin does the of S'.
in point City Augustine 11'loCarto | 'w read;they N'mlk be
are fur .
steps owradmiiiou retarDe4.
progress into selected uo-sewion of,Fkwiaa, tit.:John*was. a ; ;: ) -
the Union of the States end it u manifest' fiumteseuttudreauers all who feel.ioterrst in the prosperJtf site such( from.d.aalae.m the Heiihts.tbe iCiiJ this *new Uaibof ly ,_and. place,i f considerable note;it then bon the'name .For, sick oJame.TEJUlS., '.> t, '. 1

I that atjtb'diuntday t10rimalt'taM and umncement of our country and in thacause ,Ocean may all be had in', ct the Ship Yard, and many ...iw.18,i >built for 1 yVC W JSnbscription 'fll

.,. ," .1M a* liar lice as a sovereign MIlO ofraal Bit Ati,to tarot our columns with The Health of SU: iew'1'baa been long- aad l uncne fed.rial'compact' With .fu' .
l Wietpproturdr 1ioa .tbetraii.Wt
< Sebastian Steamboats all other easels that can stoatbar.maY.pploaeb ,
known '
tot end appreciated | 'St.. cannot Do. 6d.. 'Ij
'Jot fee.ageinnnrpolitiulrel+tionsuweoew are making arrangements to enlarge, aDd be less salubrious, since U U rc"red from the the within 38 fVet of the town; Do. H 19'dov d'>
and responeibililies to the '
People and to etberwts -
improve abeciu-wbich the tirerbaot. slipnuj to the:ebatfnel. f\t
wa bops we gentry
than halts mile. The Sea breezes ,
( _
-1M Press ;and w. batten to pb in a shall be able do C'rnot OF-
to at an early dry' A for i the till Kitrt'iltad
sabscription repairing
absence 'of pernkkraa .it.make this the
position to ditcbargs our share"of them wiifc that filled 1.2 The Abbess,2 vole '> '
esarncstuess wbieb the eiigoucy demands. While Al CiiAMUtKd; hits Mor: 183d. finest climate the United States.' There may C'ODaZSI., Johns to 8 Aagnstine.. is already 3.1 Harry

therefore,we shall nut relax hi'urea'Jrta to Advance 'r HOSE who may desire to obtain information be rapid-changes of weathers and sometimesrode with an'amount sufficient for that purpose* rand 4. A O'Rer.rdoD.l inyr

1 ,, the loc d interests .,f ibis section of c..a., respecting Claims fur Losses ia 1813 wioda- bOI';generally the air is bland'and another subscription ia afloat ia the uwu of tit.Jar 3). Holyday Present' vi.s 4, ,'

try and the pweperity of tie city of our abode; end 1813,'now'.in, the course of investigation f wholesome;and seldom do tbe .fibabiUAts pass a i aad, Ua;vicinity=for extending ba.sabtc ,6. 'Southern and Wea44m8eaajda> 4

rte \ we Teel ours+!lr..called upon to take our bumble sod those who may wish to obtain Co'mimssiona dl/without seeing the San t : road u far u that place thus saving lathe-din Souvemr M'l1IUeI.g| ,'

\ in. U* disiemiiuuion' for the) .examination Witnesses; are-. Th. Orange 'Groves,'.. /'ueed to be tbe lance from St Augustine to St. Wsry*, at least 9. : --
pan ; tbeie principleawhich respect. Major Dowaiav.. .
Y wilLa we think, in {our own eircttmstaa; *. fnUy requested to apply between the hours. of 12: pride lad chana of Bt-Augastiee: ,'are'mover* 60 .., Stages and Ferry Boata Will be in immediate .J0 TaJeaofitemaaea;?," :F.: .:
1r '. -.mnrjff the absevce if Jo kotl.the We shall operation AIot.-tccommodatioa< of paaeengers. ,A i': f
;mortar beixesteatat.4-pin.arou"ttii'ciiasrnod' the Jed(e. .MvereMgbJt 1 agam. 11; .--The l.idea,S.pls;
''napplaew+ of our people and to render bar aaBexatioB .. of the tjaperior Couit, to the Clerk uf the Com, and won;have erangee t and tbe beauty of 13. Nsutkal RemiaHsoaaeav' >t' '

to the Union serviceable the pose of 'aiwe,otf,at the residence of the Judge (in.St; Augustine. ,' the landscape cannot fail to be improved' whoa It nay Daly'bq'Deeawrl' lOrpenon.* 14.}Tiles of the IJ r.. .4..

I Popular Government.:, With this view we bare the Grove*are spread;as they flu be,-from the wishing to take an interest 19 obsena the Banter 15.16. TI* Wept of Wiib Tea.

.deemed U'proper to unfurl at once the banner; ofur 1 The same facilities will be afforded for.thi examiaatioa ancient city;along;both rides of the St Sebastian ofbofe-'wbo, have already( engaged tots in the 17,18. Stanley Buxtoa,2 vcb. ,- .
town of St. Johns, to be assured of the firmness :
of"WUnesses to lb. )'
end th."same Heights Tbe.itpation
poti taubaad to announce the informa otat-'Aagnstine. 19 2U. Discipline.2 .J21,2"l.
principles vols. .
,, end objects we shag(teek to Attain., .Iio-Ki.a'u. iflhe Judge were 'personally pres8t. or.the new town, a&ordsgrea 'eneoor.em'Dtto of this project, and the certainty of iu rapid success. ,' Lira ofBaadiar fad Reki.r >
A coniinodiuns hotel wiil be ;
\ speedily compkted -
thcnltintion ose who shall become proprietors, for abe .
23. Scenes
Wa shall advocate .be in Push "
RtptUiu Friaopfa our
wharf and school hoarse and .t
'illustrated la administration of j Cotamisrioners acting under the appointment of the Orange, the Chinese Blulbernr. M a 24 Fsttoaer
Txoaua >
of the Judge will rotors the depositions taken and tropic! and other fruits. 'church erected. St. Johns offers every advaa- 'L'
by 25. Trials and
I Jerrtsatsadim eelrawitb.llsetltolbesu doing j this we decors oar them to tha Clerk of the, Commission daring the To acid to the value of thbj property ,, to settlers, as aU-to ..I". The Mulber 26 27 .Kings'e,Owa.Tnampba 2 robe, ', I

.r p.rtacdmaiupnes or the there'T tree, fur tbe culture or silk-Onago .trees-
L Judge. are never failing SpriM/i f/Fres H'tttr, '
'28 lJomi
% .. '
of,the RIOBTS.or PcorLX. ,
; si THE Believing Lepcy. Tab;
j "- that the I rights of the bute*, and,the inter. ri'-ace Judge takes with him to Si Joseph and periorqu.hI1. and rieeenurciy.from' the.taste.of rig tree*-(r'pel. Olives and the other useful 30. ,Belinda. "
; baaM 'Lime prwductions uf the ear th, can be
those Claims'rtrdlbrr.
for Losses which hive t* any mineral) flavor.. Cbiofill
I' t I ests ami permanency of the Uoion; be best 31Scottish role
mal been and as well a* iu similar latitude I iuxhbtit thh "
'. submitted; be will occupy every mo With a high and dry and e raunandini location any 33. Itaraiity + "
promoted by a.ernpnbnstidbaredee to tbe ,
letter .
bent that eta be spared for that + de ,"i.b a lovely ,wi much salu world. Placed sear the rntrattce uf one ul them -
purpose, ia prospect .
j" titnUoo 34.33Priv. Life 2 cola
af the Con+ we ,shall+ aver insist to ;
upon a etding sad fwwardinlbePl to Washington. brats as mountain r.iod.uld,afford-there ,t beartifnt'ruatiie in lb."rni.erre, th.:.,- HtFraDk.
strict laterpretttkm of that iusirnnMui I by Jam Edjewer
{\ while ibaH aid in | c and rTha' hentar,'. 'decisioo ot the following being no reason to fear. w* leratinf the exercise the
by Claims the U l .,.teautbojiU of
for Losses % river navigable <
of imsiand 1813. has been country fever"which IMJSC ft autin Uufntortd.jwstfMasv upwsroa 3d.:.Lrclnrw in Prussia.
1.ld Federal Go".ramtDto'Ul power not express hundred into,ibe burt of .
deceived the two nine, afsrtil '
by Jud o. Claimant* their \iith .JBud very
or Af atnpHspac .
: ca..acIl1.or -\.iC.o. .
1 ly delegated, u dangerous to the rights of the .ngM.r
iorasrs,desiring information as to their Claims. the production of the orange,! mulberry, olive, su.l eJubtnnu lrl.bacb duablksrwlll .
of 41.
SUtes and freedom Bwncay Porus .
:4' ., to discountenance for;; People, we shall be cay n obtain U bv calling the Judge's residence. and almost( all kinds of fruits, herbs and flowers, (.. s.>ou as the Indians are r..vedl bo thickly 42. Baron unchausen.,

h. < equally the States prompt of the constitutional infractions-of thegn'ded b between-the hours of 13 and 3, P. M.. when it with'an iniiuediate proximity the Harbor of witled;wh re numerous: be cd.'wbOft.prDclue8 43. Lawa 'of ttjqiielio.. .

I w t'. Stales authority ill be furnished by the Clerk of tbe Commie 8LAucu..iaf 'the t of the projected unM becooveyed to this natural 44. Naval end r. o
dangerous the
u to
preservation Won.i .. depot, on Uw warts mrkrts..Tbie fevered ot ;,
d,: of the (;lion. While confined the Federal'and State Governments 1..The Exeedtors of, Don Uartolo do Castro fron village the dee being U ell fa'rlbeltt..a stile in remofed front' will be tne rexuit of fashionables and invalidsthroughout sj 46.45.' Aihbad Ambrose tbe end EJeoner. ',., tr

; are fo Mir appropriate Ferrer recommitted. y abounding in the finest shell and other fish.navi. the Union. It way bo worthy Sailor ,
.It spheres, we ban nothing;to/toapprehend. Neither 'yr. Johns ie far 47. Scene PT A aietksjiWeaak I t
j 2.1'h. Heirs of John Lawrence,recommitted. pblel teamboew.-and offering' facilities for mark thst remote from Indian
: from 4A. Burton's
I can depart tbe boondaries, prescribed j 3. Chum of Philip R.' bathing in the dolt districts and that the moccasin baa trotleft its Comic Soajtstar; f
) Yonge,-disallowed. W.tef7th } proprietors *
their action without to the Ubertiee 49.50. Tha HH and New WwU
jeopardy J,
t. 4. Claiw'ot Jamie sdade pri within nnny'tniles of this place for ,
their ,
FnUny,di allowed. Utemsclves that ,enterprise' deserves art '
51.52. 11,:
1 and ".tlef&be People. Palish Cbi fe.2 .
vaS3 :
!j. 5. Estate The for domestic in St. Jobne 'h
of.Alar.riUa.Dni.. succeed,and it will past water new
'. 't.. the the SsnUna, out meet with the atten The
vinoicatinf right'of States of
; romance
reject'l Library
against oalt.ntf
I N. ion it merits. : and aumeroae sulphurous and other :
; 1'1'I.I. Federal encroachment, we snail be doinc ser I ft. Claim of Peter Donations mineral springs found in the 'neighborhood. 64. HItWd. i
I Cercopoh.disapproved. be cheerfully 'ered to Religi- fin
I'I -ties to the cease pfdocTHtas, RIOHTS. Far beit ; 7. CLaim of Andres P disallowed. Soci"ie..aJ ChurehesaiJto| a Seminary The river opposite abounds in '&b of the choicest 55*.The Cabinet of History,. '
'I l from us to' cherub unnecers wily a feeling of j 8. 56 Sketches Turkeyt I
f Fit.pof Alamos of Lea quality and of a kind
I t Pons, oysters superior can
teeommitteoV raiaf. .
"lL,' ectl 'distinction; but the :isigns of the times ad. 67.58. Riebeta.2vals, "
9. Claim of John Andrea for the be obtained from their native beds within ,the
disapproved.j. Application pnrcbase of Lots mar be
." .y moD oe that the'80uth"mnst have respect to -10. Executrix of the Estate of Bonnet Segui. made to F. L Discr; orat the Store of P. B. pace of 1"0' hours-the.woods in the fear arewell 59,60..Thi Modem Cetltoa,>..ttlrf. >
Atree ,
1.1. {/-tkttohe maybe respected eleewbere.-' 61, b*
'. stocked with deer wild turkiee and abet Sclf-CoatroLSvoif ,
4 Identified ia interest and approved; '. Dora in the City of SL Auulti.bere a 6:1.: The Three *. j
: portion, Florida must 1 1 ,Claim of darth within few miles the ; Histories, r
I Acoota.Adm'x ortJ. ettate plan of the.village is left fur inspection. game- are Diego Plains '
abare and abide fortune ,
." ,I the the of 64.65 Discipline rots "
destiny ;
of John E.Tate recommitted. N. B.' A number of these Lots will soon be .which natural savannahs, afford range for many .
eigibor republics. We shall' thenfore regard 12. Estate of John Atkinson recommitted. offere for sale ''auction.Public j bu udr d feed cattle and sow of the richest lands 6667. Cease % 1SeaaibiGrJltale,,: '

'r: r je, Lit u a paramount duty to'glve our zealous end 13. Estate of Banolo Canova*, recommitted. in Est Florida are in elee vicinity. The front '60,69. TraviLs ill BuUa;1",.. .
tiI special aid, each u U may be, in defence of tbe 14. Estate 7. 71. Refugee ia A..f tsku,
fet :
I.j' of Koque Lvooardi approved.. JYo{'ce. lots in St Johns are lOll from ibe River at 'r
lights of the Scorn, from wbtiaver 72. C..l.
Crockett's .
I j, quarter they 15 Claim 0 ALL whooi water contain 86 feet 105 Tonr.
.Tony Printer recommitted. it may eoncerri, I give pub high t they front'by 1
"f' BUJ be invaded or endanger 4 40. 16. Claim of Peter Trope disallowed. ) JL Ik notice;and do caution person interested deep ;all other lots are 100 f et,front by 1M5 ia 73,74. Oweu'eVoyages,2 'ela+ i. ,

,.,' { We are opposed to thi horrid heresy of Aao- 17. Estate of John Triay, not. roved.. not to purchase from F. L. Dancy ahdMra. depth. The principal street called the Avesaa 76, 7t+..Valerias,2 vet, .

i I :" UTioinfalo all itt shade | 'and.degrees we shall 1& Claim of James Arnan disallowed. Janet sm'ill,or any part of the FERJ is 100 feet w de''through the 'centre of.which 77. Gentleman in Black,' }

t ,,, :'r deneuncoit Under whatever .veil it may seek LJ9. Estate of Christopher Lopez approved.; RY TRACT or Heights of 8t..Sebistian ; and runs promenade 20 feel wide: to la dad by 7d; Indiia Wan.79.
I .
." 1 .. to hide he hideous deformity we sliail endeavor ii r .20. rotate of John Punttdr+allowed. all or any part of Six Thousand Acres; called the Slugnolii. Wild Orange.Cedar Bay tree and Tbe Nun. .

"I' .' .. ''..: 1.',' te discover and expose it. [lit is subject we shall 1, .'1. Estate of Alberto Rogero..dialloed.83. .- I, BUENA VISTA on the St Johns t und any Aad other beautifulenrtnenaofthi.eanntryP.rkG eO. Travel ia South America. ,
.i'; I t .,..','.w'd .. / aerer treat in iooauied. teime, and especially j istonBitwB Claim or Catalina,Lopez A d Ift' or Andres other lands illthi.Tenilorn.nd any ltd a street is upon a similar plan. The mall in front .81.. Alien Preseon.2 rob
J tHE" Passdirea0pastaadeemnoubiewrytemsitietuiuepire t Apezdiedlewed. Lots in ,tie will be ornamented double of 83. 8 Delphine. rJst
i iMu City of St. Ancn U0o ; which said by a row Palm
_. __ .
atc atB uf Jtne nflftnsou .m j 86. 87.88.B9. UijBias4 .
'. ', ; ry-uunnittfotT" -' trees. NO building excepting wham wBl be Yo :
25. Cl aim .l 'fciHJi.pu'. uvmtmt moAt *
of iillUieu
a yon Choler,
: Saiiches Mlfmuia -c
:t': if tea have inherited one spark of that ; (a free black morttaie..'are more 'oily described river. tU9 .,
I II good f llowahip man) recommitted. in the mod The whole town ia laid oat on aa i incEn j* 2 uau ilflBW C7 .
":: wbicb once united our fathers/ Rate oa record |iva to me :. Trustee. of ed plane 93. -
you : 25. Claim' of Gabriel l Priest, t ed. the my reaching an 'altitude of about sixty fret, Arabian Niibts. :;
ntmmitt children for '
.- .: l:," respect "for the no'ite C.th41.1I.llttll of our 27. Claim of the Adti'is of the.Estrte pnrchas money by the said commanding a good view of the river and the 9496. a.. Citueetlvela.,
G overnment. and hol'l not ligliUytho( M of Free Dancy add Mil Graham.and Which higher lota 96.97. > ..
: "ingt eisco P. Fatib, Senior, thejuefuso oerlookinllNo eSPea.will Peter Simple'. 2 vots..
'\ cocoa silted.
; of that [Unit to,which we have been taught to ,2d..AdnTn of the to pay. Out if Mr. Daocy will par me, .< he is DM parH ry the Proprietor of the 93.99. MidrkipmatEay.2te1.
Estate of property to h f r"
look the bert sifeguard', George Fleming, bound tn, the .
as principal and
Jj ,, I ; to thVliberiM: wf all 1 recommitted. interest now due on render fit. Jbbns both ptctnrenqne and bealthv 100. The Pirate& Three
.'.1 1 1r ,; 4 its parts', we 'implore you to reu:.nucw your mad 29. Claim of Juan Lronardirecommitted. my montage and hut tell me as h" hu told me; A full block is allowed for a Church and School: .1 01. 102. Pacbaof ManrTater,3Ts Cotrers
r r 4' e eaten. The South can ne'.r .n..w.o In that he owes me nothing, when 'hate asked him and about tfU Air 103
30. Claim of Satin acres a public Park, which is
t ., terference with her dom ll lc f..a t tion.., \t no of Arbina Falls and Adm'x of, the Estate for what u'rihtfally mine-thfn I cannot object present thickly wooded With Live Oak at ,illS. J04..J.cob'aitM'ul.lor., ..

'., t/ 'sacrifice call she suffer, the'Violation of rights M milted.e Levin Gunby,.re c.m. to his eelUng and. making titles to the ..boaands. e lia., Cedar.and other ornamental tree' aaJ ao- J08. 109. Ratlin'Cbildnaotdae.the R Abhey, .
ea efar.2 Tab.
k .: cored to her by cotmituiioual! sanction: W 31. Claim of Susan FoOis Admit ( F. J. AVICE. Trustee. the higbesTVortion, the estate. The Area 110. 111. Cousin Nicholas j I' .
of S,
of .. .
slang entrenched upon our right., sad no force Fallis...lowetf. 8t.AaansfheJsn It. 18l9r 33ifREMOVAL. the St. Johns Pro| "'covers about 1000 acres-. 'IU IvanbiK; by W. fcoO, I: ;j 3
W does not annihilate us. can succeed i in 33 the whole of which (
# i :! ClaimofPradencePJ mmer.rfCoaamhled. .1 might be built upon if reqnt JJ3. Ut Memoirs ors Peerese 2 tea
; ringing atto submit to .a, intermeddlinf t b 33 Claim of red. Persona wishing to make 115.
the of local 4 Susan Murphy Adm'x. of. James, L. LYON inforn.sthe extensive Orange TbeYvungWife'.Book, "
policy our goverumenU. We refit.racy rd Casbea.disallowed. I citixeniof SLA.-- or Mal rrllrn..., can be provided with 1J6.117..11ao Water
I I'' u it exists among ui, to bp a moral and 34 Claim of Peter e gasline. an I the Public fewrally, that he tlC'IfJeor land of from 10 to 200 par. 118. Arabian Wiek,2ob.- :
I-r acres. Warren Entertauisteau
; potitical good-in, harmony with the nature of gni.. allowed. SetuiAdat'rof John So baa removed hi* retailing Dry Goods and Fur ly tnfcs will he given to purchasers.. .I I. 119. Sketch .

-. I'' sncn to his prcsen*state-anciiooed br the uni 35. Claim of John Ashtna. ., Stan to the bunco belonging) to Alt. Perpall I' Term,of payment rr mlll..inr.. 12't.Fcma1 fc nr.lma"1
;fetal of nations i ia approved fronting the lea..* He also l ,' .
t practiCe some or other of i its L 36. Lmuro Ortega's brgt infirm For further partkulare to the lit. The ,
Claim, approved th ': be apply Proprietor Bookoleans,
!m.'Wa bast ,
L I i.I II hapesand justified lcthe. precepts of" Holy I 37: Claim of the Adm'rs of just trcarrtd an additional, Dr. A DRBW, WELCH; at St Johns 122.'Family Ph
Jos. ou., G.. sicao.i
Writ. Floyd atMitmcntof ,
These va air .ppro'.y.d' staple and fancy .
i if
I opinions' ; yea differ aiiieles.cunsiting P.,. a. SMITH. Agent St.' Aign tine. 123., Bobbin' Journal
net ia the which in part of-Irish Linens. Linen ,
peace your own Draper and Tablo ;
1 exemption from 38.Claim of '
John 124.
: j Ms 'Viagateapprorid.b Cloths. Mnslio BLOCKS ANQ LOTS ENGAGED. Treatise :
imagined sin will yield you. and.(care asi Laine aWited put'erns Ito b' ; 1 nnAstroneaiy, ..
". this 39.Fitteofioe.PedrodeBorgneapproved.* goer Lace. Plain Lot, Block. ETh 1 nr Iliff I'
1 ." i n subject to ourselves. And further and cross birred fancy Muslims, .
:. besitale not to say to those pf the norfh.who entertaia we- t .40.,;,Claim-. of of Philip Weedman, rir.approved.. Cambric Dimity, Black and Own Lice Veils .ia. 1 G.r.l) dmitb: 12& Meirgaritta
; ". ", j and' would neodrrgo sentiments u ;i '." : ,Acosta recommif tt Black and White Silk, and, Co bra Ho e. Linrn ,. 4 M'ssr* Clrla". A Siramena 117128EugineAramhyliulwer 11 w ,$ ''

; 0 .injurious to wr'ripte and .interest, come net ajmong !: 42 Estate Sarah Cambric Madra and Prcnieis. ''10 t'klr'nd & Simmons. 131. "lit, -,wuLt. 'I' ,

'.. I." t roe Wo will not harbor traitors in Witbont .Petty disallowed. double and single.worked Collars, Kid l and 3i\k\ I" :1 11" .j Ciarrv Ovr.n. 1 ,A

-' ., I bonkrs. Tea can bring with yon no equivalent oor int r.. Gloves,embroiil-wl' TippeS Jlerlllo ant Uroche I 9 I,.. Nicoll. .. lS'3iMMM: RmaldiaUvi 4

, 'good to countervail the evil of your opinions. i ,City Bo' 'l. Silk : ba.". black 'silk Braids; Sheering and 1 3 Col. Hallows. 130.137.M.moirof Gr5nu. I If{,i

I'' -., .' We are opposed to the artatt'or .MonoroLr. 'Shirtings Ladies and Mes'tr. Hoods Due trunk 5 3 Col. ((allows. Bravo> Cooper,2vels. .
tI' It ia the great enemy of Democracy. THE Undersigned respectfully 'French rWqmsryi; witka vaifeiy of other 7 fi ,Col.Warren. S 1'.k nz e'dOOIJ) ceiJ'CI. j f{, "j, ;
Looking arti .
r J. to the .orml his friends and the cles, all of. which e 5 Cui. W fH Natal *II .
generil food as the only criterion of what pllblic'o.raJly. be offers for sale .cheaper'a rrt-a.' amen I
'I ,0 I H proper, we shall.nee\ th u grant or eialnsivo that he baa leased tba ever fur C b. ih j' 5 6 CapuEddy. 140. Cnrnb.'. C l itntionef., Jfaa,.

I"i'I I privileges norinnnifeitly required any named establisbweotwhtc All goods bought'at Store, end 6 5 *| aDd toast Campbell. 141. Dome..ierookeryV 1 .
by the w ill ia future be my not being' ,
Pt kept him 143. I
in Profit .
\ I"
public oecesstty end advantage. The j by a manner ha as they are .represented to b., may be 6 Mr. Tray,, Lene,. !
( trusts tb.t.iU retnrned
!'treats or passing ; give satisfaction' to all who within 1" 15 Mr. 14.. Stephen H"'r"BX
: : the day show how; immense a pjwer is favor him with may twenty four boars,and the money refund Fitzwtnck. > tt PIt
exercised their'patronage to ed and I 2 17 Mr.Bigelow. 145. Jac .
!I by corporation. They,are veaoo roe, the Honse entitle don't charge 25 per cent., wrtaee, .1' .
: 'Ii'
retaia the I4S.
Tte .
Lt the j high repntstioa it 1" I Blind
{ hands of the JfMef P wer,capable of be. w keg.latined.. has Jaar2g. 35tfr, .' Reserved. 147. Farmer, .
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1 wielded A ROWAN. T 6 Elizabeth. '
lie, with dreadful effect, ia if warfare Re ervek a ..
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I 1 ..i, .; H I :eowrenieatand useful,they should be allowed, THE Inhabitant ,of:8u Art.tine and .its i ffl Tel!t' Subscriber i is grateful""to the citizens of 3 5 itr.rrred. 149 Alphabet Botany,

: "I'" \ A 'b ut with such cheeks and
: :" : ; : meter be converted fMm'in.tirntionsPor public examine a splendid variety'of of the city of'dt. Augustine, Jacksonville( Mandaric -, 7. 3 Rev D, Brown. J5J.Abelh af Venice,

L accommodaUbn into instruments of individual WATCHES JEWELRY AND FANCY and Black Creek for tho liberal patronage S I 3 Rev. D;Brown. 1'2. Pr fer Wi'kine c

;f affraodizement They are' designed to be .- GOODS be has received of them and solicit attention lo I ,J8X ". w'eXce, .

.' :, ill Dot to Hufae who cluster ar und the The Subscriber ha just receiYlct'rom CharlesIon. this advertisement end lure .f public patron si ISTk" ClubS vols. '

', I chests,bat to At eommniti, *i lain std money when age.for the present year. Finding the city over ..Uarshal'g Sale.. isl iia' i"ei4*f the Uhf. tea j j1GO

t ... '- l,r.' ,*ey cease subserve' this purpose,'their etietne -, Gold Patent Lever Gold L'Epins;; English run with transient traders he is(compelled to ifo .BY citrus of two writ of fieri faeiae issued ., .') 'nd.l ln Irel'Dd.4 voawd

ti .. beoomee alike pernicious to the 'public jn French .8iss IVATCHES., aca-hbu-luessony.toenablehiintoe.ipe with Sl"-Jlll :W ,Coan forth District 161.'T.8 rf_mT'NeiiWx -

s ;< terests,.od inconaisient print.*" Silver Table and Tea SPOONS j )LADLES< jMbvrs and be |4ed
"f".1 t. ',. :Cream and Sujrsr BOWLS t Sugar TONGS j a superior M nraent of ell kii,ds of Gooda i in .ed.I will! expose at p blw M|Ie in the thy ,St J63 Wil1ci.! jt ifcBatrt- .

',.'' t," We shall give much of nnr attention to UM Bice SPOONS;and Silver MUGd.JCWCLRT. t has line Business,, and will sB Ibea as low, i( Augustine,(ill front of)tW Coirt Hiwse) on the 164* fiS. RobtnsotpCrasoe,2rola. ]}I.,L

0 ;aukject of IcTkaiui. IxritorxMKKT in not less than any others in ibis cay, whole+ale or 9tJ dav of March next, bet"'lea'the, Liyeaol Celebrated W.

,. With such advantages of position, and facilities Florid Fine.Ear Riots, and fin* Coral j I... Pearl. retail. .'Any foods taken from his i store to |iok 1b n'drirkl A: AI. a no' o'clock'ofthaiTv; .a 0 lea. 169. Water Witch S Yok.**. '

'V for contraction we cannot urge forward and Diamond PINS and'RING*. at. and not returned in twenty lour hours, will t the interest o(Fma..dlt MaZ Anedoodo Sen. ,f

':. f., 'of public intprovam-bt with too much works vigor Gild aid Gilt CHAINSk Gnards ; Coral _be considered sold. mid an a-lva ice chais;<*d on d.fc'd. in a certain>,nand lot situated in etui. SELECT; ,8 1IIK .

I Bntwhile we encourage enterprize> in! this line IC eklaeM i Gold K-ys | Gold Pencils j Silo.r. per cent. Any person wishing credit city and M. George's r street horned on the I er 1'eeM .

., ndertaken with in honest daigti to be Knives; far fruit \ muet expert to pay more for their, foods,,and b r E u.Jr2ld l'rPeIoa the :. >la bv lot belonging $ iies c

RF, I plished we should be careful\ hew we embar sera rae m ,Aad a great variety of other Good, bb mSMrona -. calling at hi* stores they can get many .article', t3 .. expo fin he bT lot of .Aledame'Peranltan Utter.8" .'.qr' .

f _. their sneeeseby a multiplicity of tneorpoi nti.... to mention. F. J. QUI.NCY.! for.half price by paytnc the cash; Hi ..ort- d on the wet bv: Bridge Creek-T: M 133 PHILLIPS mpe f % .

t''\, "- procured as is frequently th',ea e, .abasi.i only It. Aapllt, .n.ft.J! ,35. Mont consists' io pan of Dry Good*"'Fancy arti ken u the( property of Farwudo Mata Arredoo. ef ofjyoanf Gentkmesi. _

,I f' i-.,' tor Ut4 operations of stock-jabbers sad. specula.. CITY AUCTION+ stet, Ladie Bonnets Hsu, Caps. Shoes,Boot*. of do. Sea. deW satisf-two judgments andeosta rte of that slis) MrUl open,bet sc
.Hardware.. favor day March
laton. ) Carpenters' of Ashael
Cntlenr. [Tools. Aciand1: Howe IOrfiib; her teeidteesf
t I ,... i,I: We hare adopted the Contfrof C4or/otfeStrntaadPa6lieStriar, ofaearll every article called far too nn'nwrons Del Ac. vs. Charles Kobiou, Executor./- : Boys.-and that ttey.will be iDttr..1
h mono Prineipla eel tit THE; Subscriber baring been mention, having received from New 0 .F. I DANCY.De fraphr. ading>, ,' J
II',I. +rle.' Ia our endeavor Ie icoiiioiHit ii-in the the appointed York Philadelphia ? 8L Marshal Writing. Arhaaw
CJiy Council Auctioneer Charleston and.several Augn.tine. ] maraud Gaogrtpby. M
adhereneawe for other tan JS39IN.THECOUNTYCOURXaJoAuc. nu..r
: the places
have sought to Pri nt'i pie,alad lbe City of St. An ,
1 support we have given bcgsl ave inform the assortment and 'i11'eoott I to N..ywjn; phes.4 8
10 the of Paolu
cause the
.: airs, we havaencounteiedthrf Peo- genenllr. that be ta now ready to recehrv .receive by nearly every arrival roods of various SKtssssasr: *** ,
dtt9eul aay ,oods oa consignment descriptioaa. f .r"
'. either lur shell be
: Many have public or ,sold if at cost. He IfJCllude JN.J ;
Wit ntffered
%A. bat the encuunu-r; private mfe. He will also attend to Public t does not wi>'putt bnt have I Notice DC CUAainstine Feb
taoa and more we will { in 8 the,, goblin!to .et )IruIm. } 30.1330. ,1,.:'
: oully endure in anv of the and
.;, the part City. His lung come judge for themselves, before dieehar'J ; -
caosd of Truth. experience in they IlN a.
Aa *
Y Srr t attempt however it i that Baa of!tannes&r nnwards of chase el ewheroj; u they put ANDREW. ene 01 the ; --v.iircr.i
oat be stated, is still making fe car as aWsj_ be hopes will eaible him to give thirty year*, .and credit ton., JOHN can 'save their money mentary Executors of the Estate of Rafael :. .
and whet becaass we lute d.iecho beirapartJal.; general satifaelion. J. HEDRICK. ADd, w.dec. having adjusted ttj ueoaat niEonrVneaMuv.swociatedl ike
I 1 ltd hare abandoned the FOR the heirs and a agna 0 A/ander the firm ..
Ftopb. Blow aAer HI replay Auction Sale will take SALE, aid eagle bore. offi.Sof *
;,hlow.kaabe a levelled olio bat plaeeere 7 FOR THE notice, Hut i : "gives the pnrpose of
I'f ; thus. far : Friday if fair weather if TERM, Of TWO 'TEARS. mtriedaeely aPtgtfie carrying oa the --
ant.the ttQtrauoa or
withoot next fair ,
..t avauV Whether ate still to fatt before Goods intended for da T. HOfJSE BOW occupied rimonth. f,3m the dap hereof' r .".. tbe stone IR Eat Bay:
I ha striving of our enemies i 1 btfontbe Auction must t>e sent in THE.. by Will-am.& to the Hon:the lud tot Court ofW 'ljPell .for the;Mtroaageeo M best
J .A' wiUtease upon the I dank I L. LYON. as a hop,en Chad tte Street.i the S t liberally .
" is >err
Pocple people ia we bars tmvarktaVtb the Wharf and'I,the Otter Hi nee. County for a full and first settlemeat oT licit I continuance of the amity \

,!94 _.. people -Ire will protect as btctat : BL Avfosttae:Jan.:28,1830. Atctionttr.35-tf. therewith. Enquire of. Wittui. is &eooaef'Ct i art tad iceonnts with said -1-' fit big di.ek.r his// I. ROOD.i
; U such
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