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:
December 11, 1840
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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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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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'It'I'D, lemons. ; Visitors at West Point two thousand dollars. For pay of tho :officers, noncommissioned

I ._a_ :, mUt ma. ty-six! For fuel, forage; stationary, printing, trans. officers musicians and privates and subsistence \
-- ., dBQ tree : : 'portation and'postage, twelve: thousand' nine of tho'officers of the marine corpS one hundred ,

D.n, .'., '. ;tAlTttm.. 'iI&lPWaJD ered ; hundred' and thirty-one ',dollars and'fortyfiv. c' and seventy-fivo),thousand and fifty dollars
been cents., and forty cents.; _" .
The ,For repairs,.improvements, ..and expenses.of For provisions trthe non-commissioned offi"cers -
TC&S S SSB,,. (ID o Is"purc : bi1l1dln' ods'roads; ., bOats. and. musicians 'andprivatesservingonshore, ,

:Sit"tlttaOttLI1:ri&JLXOTIC,rum by the ) ;:, I fences,seven thousand seven''hu. 'and fifty-: servants: .avroshemometnforty.firethousaridand .
V ...r1t f ,t ; chants, j i seven dollars and fifty cantsFurpayofad'utanta : fifty-four dollars and ninety-nine cents.
AJ1Ooe J oD&' I and k disbursing officer's i For clothing,forty-three thousand hundred .
Caacr for,arch w" = l>( !nine"hundred and. fifty dollars*, ,' oJ', i i l and sixty-two.dollars. and fifty cents *V.for'l :.,--. _c

'fIt ifl:=(:BHHM W "p .HBHHHMMMI. -'y "* jT" .i, s.1 'tV V
;.F.o ,W'boob.lDDred at the fire in:Feb-! kee '._. '. : x. {
i! Wand, 'L'9.IMi iarepair; ustH, sew _
qty, l,hundred,and;thirty;6ight and,. 'QRe'lIIIfUt Oie0t6d,.t 61 t ._ V.batTS.clta -_:
ployert .
.,tlil ltllTtPiibiE.'Ii V. imported stitched, three hundred dollars., ,;. silvery York six'thousand dollars:_ V ,. '
Opposition\ to a National Bank, as:fraughtriihi ?' may these p : ..: ,; *'Formiscellanepus items and i incidental expenses : JFpr transportation oUlcers'noDcornmisf . our; free institutions nnd the fibgrtfe ..; are ,:seven'" hundred and twenty-six., dollars, and stoned.officers' ,'and privates,'and expenses -
*'of,the people from its necessary:great and' quality ( : .twenty-five center 'of recruiting, eight thousand'dollars.

". coalrpUing power overlhe general currency and while [ 1or.tho department of engineering, five hun For medicines,'hospital stores surgical instruments
business of lhe"counlry., Opposition to jthc prCrsent comi tired dollars. and'pay of tron"an'd'hospibJ stew.
; 'Ban1dng system; 'as defective in principle, the : ; : For the'department of philosophy, siren hundred rd ?four thousand one hundred and forty dol
and.unsafe'In'practice; tmd'requiring e|radical which and fifteen dollars and twenty-fire Cents: lars. '
I reform A total separation of.the fiscal concerns es one ; | : For'the department of chemistry, seven hundred : For military stores,'pay of armorers keeping

cf the Government from; ,all Banking institutions tothap .twenty-four dollars.and, setenty.fivo arms in ,repair, accoutrements and .ordnance-
t i as the best guarantee for the preservation of our be : : ; cents. stores, and flags drums and fifes two thousand .
; National Independence. Kncouragement and the i. For the department of drawing,three hundred three hundred dollars., '
oppbrttoJaU bonks Tiascd upon sound';'principles mission ; i and thirty-eight dollars arid ecventy-fivo cents. For' contingent expenses'of said corps vii:
r ,with the ability and disposition, at alt times chant 'FOrt the department of,tactics, two., hundredand for freight erriagej'toll; ;wharfage and cartage; .
r to'redeem.their I\bills in Gold.and Silvcradd; an forty dollars. for per' diem allowance for attending courts- .
express provision in,all bank charters .*.q\lliirig tion'of ,, : ,For tho department of artillery,three hundred martial and courts of inquiry, compensation to
': femplo.'security,to be'given to the State,, Qr the to and ten dollars. judges-advocate, house-rent where.there are no
1,redemption cf their issues in tpecle on tkm4M,' nd of pay th ;' SEC.'2. ,And be further enacted,That the commander public'quarters'assigned, per:diem allowance toenlISted ,
\\ftbperpctualsitlyection nf all acts nf incorporation ,pro of the Corps'of Cadets at the Military men'on constant labor expenses or burying .
: Jq.tJt mfr th 4eguZaure.. I'I as,tho Academy, shall be'either the instructor of infantry deceased marines printing,stationary, forage
I'I. mode ; tactics, of cavalry and artillery tactics, or postage.on public letters,.expenses in pur
Vu DEMOCRATIC")PRINCIPLES. no' or," pt practical, engineering and that his pay and suit ot deserters,candles and oil, straw, barrack '
'A simple and frugal Government;confined;within with emoluments shall in no case be' less''' than, the furniture bed sacks spades axes,shovels picks,

strict txinsUtutionalllimits.SyPflbiicDcbt done $ compensation allowed by law to the professorof carpenters tools and for the purchase of a norse
j the Gencral"GovernI times .mathematics ; and tBat tho pay and emoluments for the,messenger and keeping the'same'seven
I .5)cnt }>y: States' ?except for subject o(urgent The : ; of the instructo in these branches shallin teen thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars.
[ great l ; : no cnse'be less than'is allowed by law to the. For coppering the roof tof the hospital build
No assumption by the General Government of rats assistant professor "of'mathematics, ing at New York and for other necessary expenses f
"j- ,the debts already contracted by the States: after :SEC' 3. 'And be it further enacted That the assistant upon the same and dependencies, nino :
:4jt o extensive system, of IntcrnaUmproveraent. with professors o( ethics shall be 'allowed thesame thousand fivo hundred dollars., '
either by. the General' Government lor by nearly '! compensation as is now allowed by law to For necessary repairs of.the hospital building
; States. L' place Jn; the other assistant professors the institution. at Norfolk, and its dependencies nino thousand
("A constitutional ,barrier 'agdinst improvident trifle. ; : Approved, July.2Qtb,18 O. I five hundred dollars. .
'; lo&ni I I i For furnishing hospital number three at Pen-
The honest payment of.our debts. .,. of fruit ; [PUBLIC-No. 26.J snoods,and.for building.a stable and other necessary .
;;A gradual return tom au excessive# Credit Sys- ; AN. lein.tfoconncctions. 'An service for the year one thousand eight hundred other buildings seven thousand dollars.*
: betwceri Government' and Banki chasing and forty. For the necessary'repairs to the navy asylumat ..
ping Corporations,1-. ? > ever is ; Be enacted by theJSenate ana'otUe_of Repre- Philadelphia and.its dependencies.
Ljfo, groats of exclusive'charters, by special leg. before ,of the United States of America in Con :SEC.,2. ,And be,it further enacted:That in addition
,_' WaUon to Banks.ooonnoct1on ,. secure : assembled*:That tho following sums' be ap to tho sum, of three hundred and thirty
| between Church and State: gardens propriated addition to the unexpended balan thousand dollars,'which was placed subject to ..
rproscriptioa for honest'opln ons. The' of former:appropriations,'out of any unap the disposition of tho NaTyuDepartmcnt"by the :; _
ring aid to Public ducaibri.' t, ( ; ; nopriaed money in the Treasury;;for,the naval second section of the act of.Congress''making <" ,.
lt'''iftPgjofl; .JAw. I thousand ',
'a.j l.i(e"- ; forihgyear one. eight hundred. appropi'iatliangfstto.nwnleervicefertheyear_ ; :
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.The "FatowA PSV' o4lookto Dingle, and jca having and' ; For the pay of commissioned, ,_andpetty' 1.L..J.: three androd a tt; _. : ; .i
M'9u\m.td11 rf'.Aristocracy, foundon bb officers and seamen two millions two. hun: >3and.dollaia.ofV the amount heretofore appropri-" Vi
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; ; red and fifty thousand dollars. atM for tho grndtm1" .
'4i- banking inatitutiona,"and tnonied cbrpofetfoas ; Pave t of-the navy' L
across of superintendents naval is hereby directed to be. -- -.V --
'For.tho"p8y placed
;under the guise and cloak of their rav r. con. suujeci W"lJt
pgbraochsoinanuficti es, ,commerce ,and frc tor .and all,the civil establishments at the disposition of.the department aforesaid, for the
; navigaUon, riding and ruling OVct the plundered YC yards seventy-four six hundred purpose of completing the two steam-vessels
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1otighm and beggared yeomanry. This will of fruit d twenty dollars.Forprovisions which, have been commenced,in V case that am
'iothcm n'ncxt blessing tor the monarchy ,'six hundred and twenty thou ount, can be diverted, from that appropriation
ttetr first aim and perhas'the surest steping at d dollars. without impairing the ability of the Naval Deportment '
J\"ide'..M emirs, "..p1' to Ureat : For repairs of vessels in ordinary and the re to make payments under existing con.
The w ,and wear,and tear of vessels' in 'commis tracts the fourth day of March,eighteen
N ThiS the state of,:parties now existing anag > ally ,,one,million of.dollars., ",_ j hundred and forty-one,, and if that cannot be
His|Iris literally and truly a question bc fish story',oil ; For medicines and surgical instruments,hos done consistently with the rights'
twcfcn' rsoLSLandl[ 'fOr>nTTt oetween men"ono ; stores, and other expenses on account of and the public interests, then so much 'of the
are sick,seventy-five thousand' said sum of three hundred and forty thousand
]tide,and 5I05ET on the other .between! the for
totcHigencc and.virtue of him to whom God Savoshe paid I'V For improvement and necessary repairs of the. dollars can be diverted to this object,from tho
I dominion of tho,\VJorld, And the dead weight fruit partly yard at Brooklyn ,New-York, eighteen appropriation referred to, shall bo subject to the \
I jf the purw of him who ban loaded himself vessel ; dollars. disposition of the Secretary of the Navy for .
'whh the things of the!Worlds-Co/ 11. Ben- the 'For improvement and necessary repairs of the this purpose,and the said sum of three hundred .
\ new 'yard' at 'Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, five and forty, thousand dollars to bo expended in .
tasi.ll 411 dollars. the manner in this section prescribed,
; .. etve tho establishment of the United chor led to in sU .For improvement and nccssary repairs of tho in addition to any materials now'on hand'applicable

i States Bank a direct violation;'and dangerous to strong\ : : vy yard Washington,twenty' thousand dol. to' 'the construction'of tho said. steam ves-,
1 the"Federal Constitution, and !sell of war. '
Mfroe-epirit'of ., larsFor
i oppressive ondho.lUe to the free institutions 'o f of nature a : improvement and necessary repairs S:,3. ,;And be further enacted-That all appropriations .

Uhe American People. r. }Jort1ig navy yard near Pcnsacola, thirteen thousand and, ail remaining bilances of appropriations

.".This JMtitution u one,.of the most deadly AOL: tion to heretofore mode for building;;,rebuilding
[Kitty! existing t$oinstlhe' principled 1 jand form,of Provided/ That no more of the several appropriations ,replacing ::purchasing or repairing ,
r Constitution.*TJbnuu -Ji.ffer ort in a letter last mentioned for the Improvement vessels ,of war, or other 'vessels' for the use of .
to' 1h1l4lf ,. ent,as repair of the navy yards shall be.expended the navy,' or for' lho'purchaso"of timber, 'ordnance '
god the to the fourth day of March next, than ,"or any other articles for"building arming
|TVS OUlfGZ1..J.lQ CDUCBE Or THE of s ) found by, the Secretary, of the Navy ,equipping, or repairing vessels of the navy '
,U01&s. of ; inquiries made.for,.the purpose to be abso or for, the repair*of vessels fn ordinary;and repair "
dio-. ll ofthe,Islan+I' Sb lfi. boxes of : necessary for the preservation of the pub, wear and tear of vessels in commission,to \
.eUeZ inii the Asores \\1Fr.t' bIis in .1821. While works, the! security'of' the public 'property, J Jnd gether.with: anyiriaterials'tvhich'have been or \
f '4jj *lb.W t'"V" !STU/. **. fruit : prosecution cf tho public business at. may be, collected under any of tho said appropriations ",
'TH oranges of St Michael are celebrated for tespcctivoyards ,!be, and tho same ore hereby,transferred :
.Jxdr Jiat\1I4'our. (and,:abundant,sweet juice; rected manner.( h1or ordnance and ordnance stores, sixty-five to ono 'head of appropriation, ':to be called ;
(Then left rIpen on the trees,they aro inferior dollars'.' II tho appropriation for the increase, armament
[tonone Iri1 any part otthe, :world. The ,lemons in the For defraying the expenses' that may accrue and equipment of-the'navy: and wear
ttiavtflcKs'laice than those:of ionic other countries the following purposes,'viz : For the freight and tear of vessels in commission:" and the"'f:.
[ ,tnd the demand for them is Inconsiderable. and transportation of materials and stores of ev. amount of'said: appropriation. and'of such oth .
Tto. :toroage, and lemon trees blue&m ,in the description ; for wharfago and.dockage ; earns may,be made hereafter for like purposes, '
oaths tof February" an".. ,At his time and : ; and rent ; travelling expenses' of officers and tho materials which have been,'_or may ,bo .V .,
3 deep' abd glossy irecn j of the'old leaves,' the miles transportation .of seamen; house rent for hereafter collected for tho same,'may be expended
;bt,fresh tints of those just shooting forth/'theillknt are ; ,'when duly authorized; for funeral ex and used by the Secretary'of the Navy, In V .

)",or the ripe fruit and the delicate are ;for'commissions-hire office-rent, ,building! replacing, arming, repairing, equipping '
'to i and purple of the flower*.ore finely.con* town for : uy, and fuel to navy:,agents ; for'premi ,and employing any vessels which Congress t '
d. with each other, presenting one ot Ihbeautiful e if ,and incidental expenses of recruiting; for may have authorized or may hereafter author ; ,
:sights imaginable.. The trees ed.ftp ond rehending deserters; for compensation to izo to be built, rebuilt,'purchased, or replaced '
11'att&ln'1ho height ot fifteen o?twenty The ocnte; for per diem allowance to'per- in such manner as the interests orjnecessities of ,. '
i\ they areplanted with little regularity, and attached ; attending courts-martial and courts of in tho service may'require. ;
permitted to;;grow'with unrestrained laxuce. the : or other, services authorized by law ; for Sir 4. And be it further enacted That shall .
There qaa)bo np,doubt .that, if proper by those ; and stationary' every description be the' duty of the'Secretary1 of the,Navy .to "
...and attention ad to them, crops farabundantthan and, l d fur working lithographic, press ;for cause. to bo laid before'Congress,annually, as V _
ore the present might be ob"SLa maps charts, mathematical and nautical soon after the beginning. of..each year as practicable
'No precautions;except occasionally the other picked in 1ents chronometers, models and draw- a statement of the amounts expended dUring '
r) Cation of a,thin.coat'of tar,ore ever taken piles, ;'for the purchase and repair of fire engines the preceding fiscal year for wages ot mechanics ,1 "
machinery; for the of steam and laborers employed in building,
i prevent eke t destructive auacks.of:insect,and'urisa&om 'of \ : repair engines Je"J
otbctcausost. part :machinery ;for the, purchase and mainte pairing! ,or equipping, vessels of the navy. or inreceiving .1
rh6 brocge pkntatioas, or" as they ore terry ing-1 : &" of oxen and horses,and for.carts, 'timber- and Jsecunn ,stores and materials for
1, .mi&i L" .2Q,sorronnded by thick G,stone pile boy; a t> : : ; and workmen's tools of everr'descrip- those purposes and for purchase-of materials *
fymxtt ttiohlwenfyieet to height, of iiforpostage-# letters on'public service; and stores for the,same purposes-'state-
..cwt subdivided by. heap : ; pilotage! >:and towing ships cf, war; for taxes meat of the cost or estimated value of the stores
4 *n am** hands ; ; '
.,-u..wtiWa..1&,addition. .to this, oro ono is ; ; h tissasraeats'on' public property ; for assist- on hand, undcr.thisappropriatioo in u'n:2 .
nxtf :t.9r.ft. ; as adefencolo.b wrap uicerendered; to vcsse1sjn distress; for inciden' yards at tho commencement of the r' J iS
hand, laborJat navy yards 'not'a p1icable'to fiscal the or estimated value, of .
. j froit tmB u (ep of tho wind ; given 1 i any- rug year; cost
>twUI is sometimes des ; : : appropriation f :,,coal' and'other1 fuel, articles received and expended during the year; r' ./)
:'f", 1ECh+ihadd is OUad-by'the g'- ; : .!
,.__, _liitttn4 evQrgrecnv than 'thefrpundW ; f ; i shore stations, J.and for, no other object.or belonging' to this,appropriation which'.m31 be : ".
.T { '* 'whatever, four hundred and thou on hand in the na yards at the clow ot the
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," gardens;,>wi..always faia$. .' '
flu tOf' o'rulfis" t1 m .51, The usual produce of-1a"g: tree 9e infcommon and is } J f ,Foi contingent expenses for obtects'not here c SEC. 5. And b farther,enacted, That, whenever ,
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*. shall bO conducive .to the public Interest! tom .: ST.' AUGUSTINE resumed in* 8,)hnd again suspended in MafIas. !. Th "riffle" War. Canoes and men" have been put fa" ''.

any for article different of provisions, materials,or other : During its first suspension, whatever may be ,,Every body has his plan for"killing Indians for the exploration: of this region. Le! -.

der stores which a they may have appropriation been purchased from that for un the Friday; December 11, 18"J. said to the contrary, it redeemed its "bflla by which he wisely keeps to himself until he is erations commence simultaneous!y &t4a. '

naval service, it shall be lawful for him to authorize "JPrinttpU9 and flu feople." drafts on the, North, in a,, more handsome manner appointed commander-in-chief- ; but.having no the north.If 1." --..;,

such use, and it shall'bu his duty'to cer B4.VX.S. than most of the Southern Banks-give', the such aspiration ourselves, we in our gratuitous any man imagines there canle '

.tify to the Secretary of tke Treasury, the value d-1 his due. vocation of telling other folks how to managethcir'own ry glory attached chasing the few r-- ",
er cost of the articles thus used and the The Life Insaraace Trust Co.
of the Treasury is hereby;authorized Secretary and Though reflective beings,,we are often forgetful By the 6th and 21st sections of the presumed business, publish the following pro Indians out of Florida, let him ban&h the' :'

p acquired to cause the proper officers of the Treasury ; and it may have passed.from the memoryof act of incorporation, the Bank is authorized to 'gr mine. llf it be not the lest attempted during; It is simply catch-pole.or catch-thief,l-ftfa7'-: .

to transfer the amount of such cost or value most men, that the whole People of the United loan,money on mortgage, and 'upon depositing the past five years; we have the satisfaction of but thoSe rare paid ror the i work MeiIl*l

'r Upon pro nation the books for which of the the Treasury articles may, from bare the.been ap States labored under singular. hallucinationsome those_mortgages.wi .Governor; + of the Territory knowing that it would not be the worst. be above it I

i 4Jscd,totherappropriatiionfromwhichtheymay half a dozen yean ago.What may obtain. his endorsement, upon Bonds L The Indians are now scattered from the One.word of advice, Should any ...:

have been or may bEtaken, so that tne actual was this ludicrous delusion f Simplythat of 81,000 each, pledging faith of the.People Apalachicola River to Capo Sable in'small communities ving according to our plan, fall in with. .'

... expenditure: under ,each may be accurately) people were to become suddenly rich, by of,Florida, that Lot Clark and his.companions, of(generally)from two to five families, and children never*mind the expense of_Vfcr
few of whom the of Florida and consequently from two to a dozen warriors, buckshot. The Indians require ph1....
merely of People ever .
-' Sec. &'And le if further eft4t d;That'the'following causingobloagthinpieaes paper about very ,, .'
,' sum, being the unexpended balance of a 3 inches by 7, handsomely printed and ornamented heard ot; will ,prove honest men through the are all that would this day be found together in son on this subject-when,we act in CUDer.1IiiJ

'former appropriation which has been carried '. ,to be signed by one man calling himself course of twenty-six.years! L all this immense tract (there is but trifling exception may talk in earnest Jcf.:

.the is credit of the surplusfund, be, and the toe a .,President," and;another calling himselfa In conformity .to,these sections? Gov.Call, on to the rule). With energy and activity the irk I M!
hereby Teapprbprjated, via'. If. These Indians having neither Paymaster made to talk-without these weij i.
Bonds qualities
'For distribution as prize' the Cashierand then passed as money! the 20th August, 1839 endorsed 274 ,andin *

officers and crew of the private mosey armed among brig To all it may evident that,those who tigned December 126 j making 400 Bonds'of 225 General,Quarter-Master General,or Commissa knew people succeed much ataD.f trade.I

"General Armstrong, act of thirtieth June these pieces of' could make interest ry of Subsistence, would be compelled by theirtwn -
per [ paper tkemselttjjncihif sterling(or 81000 each)bearing five<< per, cent -,
:eighteen hundred and thirtr-four, two thousand bcUiet to 'remain in the"-same relative The Talk..I l.ff
could position
they .procure in exchange for them food ,and payable some day or: other,twenty-six:
ln hundred and,seventy.firo dollars and twenty of twelve Wo are., to" < that wo
cents:. and houses, and kinds which others had labored yial'lbeing: the last period named. ,I for eleven months out were'the sorry say hear-siss
more of the talk- and vist
Sec.'7. :Andle,it further" > enacted,TbaUbere. q be to obtain; but at dab day it is not so evident that :As security_to,the People of Florida for this! I Ihtle"war to last'one hundred years: time frittered ia'ttteaess though' we' ;b...
those who f entdthe pieces of paPer as + Bdorsemeiil, ,the" following mortgages. ,-J'whichwe i Uli.. Wi, have, .in Florida. .' : more troops. ,than," that the 'will t away not be abandoned, ,'fat 1 1'Voat w.....

f surrey of the 'eoastlroraApekcbfoola .. r"" 1'"-vL8sWUk4 ':*"""""-"" K"V iS "'Is'I I---* 'I'--'Vii. iie ausilasa" 'iroufd'" Of
Bay:,to Ie jmmsi tiInd
l .
o 11 ; : in the Executive'Office I : -
were.deposited' ..
the : ., '
month.,of<<:.ike Mississippi river,for the ascertainment I mulate till the end of time. ta1 of thd-coBfitry-we caal. :
: of the practicability of establishing a In olbef> times,early to )bed a4 _tie. it"Lot Tallahassee:'' itfThese army to every wigwam, or:alter-
IJ I .navy-yard'and' ,navalataUun.which; shallbestsubserve ; (withcertain( lessons of;industry and prudence) Clark and Una, his wife, the well provisions and these troops shouldbe hunter. every

thf PfQ apf' e constituted the road to wealth; but these formed 1 known Mount Tucker loVcost 81800812, 00 discreetly distributed. Lest others sleep on "d
""Gulf of Mexico, 'he sum of ten thousand dot : no part of the the John M. Hanson and Margaret Cook, the matter, we will awaken a few ideas.V. Were it possible to give a sound 'ctnn.

lars, to be expended,under the:direction of Jibe paper project--on contrary, 500) acres'of land, and 21_negroes, 10,000 Place extra rations at the present occupied considerable body of Indians,or to flails

Commissioners ot the Nary,:Board. .i ,Kingsley R Gibbs, property in Bt.Au1 any considerable number of families,they
and down the centre the .
Src, And le woman posts ( peninsula ; '
further'enacted,,That whenever guslinei; and one negro 7,000 aswalk"fast but when for -
the President(the United States shall have au shopman's'counter', fitted themselves .with fine I Augustus Poujaud,property in St.Augustine at Fort,Taylor,Fort Gardner,Fort M'Clure,&c. has enough; yean?,ssss*

:thorized the,transfer 'of an, moneys' from:any coats ,that made ahem look awkward-hog-in- 400 and also at,Fort Andrews, Fort Frank Brooke attendedeven their most audacious prsjM|

I 'bead of the'.naval appropriations! other heads I barDe3S0like-and fine boots which Susan, Murphy, 700 acres of land on \Withlacoochee, Pease Creek, and Carloosa- and failure all of ours we must expect lisa(

':! of naval appropriations as authorized by the act t pinched Amelia Island and 1050, at Cabbage hat hic. A corporal's guard is sufficient to when peace'is the question,to!demand& ir MM
w their toes, and travelled about pro.
of land.
Congress approved thirtieth June,.eighteen 1 buying i Swamp ..2,590 conditions. J
i 'hundred and thirty-four, it shall be the duty of As pieces of paper representing" money whichf Peter. Sken Smith, 14 acres of land a eel any of them against attack. '

9 the Secretary'of the Treasury immediately a existed no-whcre, passed as money so lithographed Log Cabin, (according to the defi VI. Let troops remain at posts now maintained Their condition is"stay in the tonntry"y'oppose .,,
I' 'ter the naval tot the shall nition of' and 3 black 6 our sine qua note you must be
appropriations year plans of cities.which existed no-where '1840) women,22,393.8 ; let the weaker posts be reinforced.; and let remove.
have Ibcen'mad to causeall such transfers .to Duncan L. Clinch, 2500 acres of land companIes be and it should be our first doty to conmce
3 Carloosahatch-
J ,'be :repaid, by re-transfera.on thebooks of the were published, and men became rich by purchasing in St.Johns and Alachua counties;' ',7,600hn sent by water to that removal is for the_ advantage ,of tbfcmse&

Treasury, so,as to preserve for each ,building lots,without knowing whether Jo George Anderson, and others .ie to move upwards from that quarter. and their children. :

: ion the amount.which,were, pa: 3prOPrIa.. they,were on earth or in the skies. r two undivided third parts of 995 acres VII. Let the Commanding General inform J

,, ''grass, r .. Y' Men:, worth nothing but the clothes their of land, and two undivided S Gen. Read of his intentions, and request. his cooperation Indians like all people ignorant or of uarwt
Approved, July.20th,1840.arsabed., upon third parts of 29 negroes, (with of '' and let the Governor of the Territory I intellect are naturally distrustful of proposhm
backs made ;
themselves rich
land that
I : : .. by selling course)two undivided third of
: 'T.1" parts which they do not understand, from
\ ltsrt s.>: bug to,'a musquiuto they never paid for to other men worth nothing the increase 7,35838 be informed. of the day fixed for operations.that' coming pi
I ,whom he chanced to meet the other he the militia stand in read sons that they do not know,.and like all
even but the clothes on_ tkeir backs who never intended J.J.O'Niel,350 acres of land,7 working ,I may warn to ;
I '"..: '. ing on an expedition. 'How is it that you made to pay for it! niegers,.and 11 children; ," ,4,000 ness'and:the inhabitants to be on their guard, ignorant or of narrow :intellect place:..' ",.

II 'out to extract so: much' more of life current Hiram Nourse 'IIM otMn,7 lots,&c.. in lest the Indians when started at home should to their confidence where they once repassnfortunately
Every in those who abandoned up
than work
.,. myself;. when I can bite as severely as you! days Apalachicola, \24XXX U white has
no man the
1 How can you explain and every useful vocation, and'did nothing':but Cleland_ &Simmons no property"" specified. : _, contrary :to 'the Scotchman's practice, travel during ;..
Jr, For.particular ke small bills' c north." possessed the confidence of the Florida I
i quoth mos. travel Iron Maine to Wisconsin, or from'Wisconsin 3,350

. quito with dignity*-Pie.BrrxiKo ;'to Florida. : ,'was called a CATITALIST. and, .H. R. Sadler, 39 n oes,7l97.0 2 VIIL There must be but one scout-one attack -important negociations have been cod

I Ii ( v rr AHD Down.-In a recent co versa contrary'to the ordinary (course of business he William and 97 McKay 2766 acres of land, and the day when it shall commence must be through the medium' of neg rocs nothing '
to' '
lion between two gentlemen;'on the.- subject of obtained the most credit where least known, IL. : Holland negroes,800 acres of land, and 35,000 kept as secret as possible. From Tallahassee. or ordinary field hands. \1'"

sitting.,up 'at night, with the sick one of them and the farther he went from home, the more 80 negroes, 35,000 to CarloosahatchieamI Key Bisctyne,1he. troops There is a remedy. In St Angustine are.any -l
remarked that he could M "
not sand tilting up, J. IL Mclntosh.undivided of must on the same day. persons who formerly traded: ,with the
to which the other very was his wealth magnified. : moiety move .,.,
V did gravely" replied that he : 3300 acres of land, and 39 negroes, 12,900 IX., Major Blackburn; with the i or were acquainted with them, and did not
:., not mind 6 lling up, if he could "He e CapUalittt came,to ,Florida-now for the G. ..
David Churchill,two lots and buildings them and
down!*" BANK., < west of Tallahassee can proceed in a direct line ,, the children of such personsthe kno.
___ : in Apalachicola, 7,000 / -
-q Indians who to,this day do not
:> Abrahan triunfa de quaint eon la Middle and West Florida were'already made J. Vv. Rinaldo,.two lots, &c- at do. 7,000 to Apalachicola (there arecertainlyndians.ODj.h ; exactly.

; poder delpveblo,dtetarandose reyet poi tot insurgent aittoridady. rich by Banks, and the.East wished to be.richalso. John Dill. 2 lots, &c:; at do. 6,500 '.route).. Nearly all the remainder of Cot derstand how the Spaniards not their' ...

.: Sublevados contra Codorlaomor, rey 00* los Elamitas ; The Israelites, wishing for a king like- Harrison &Raney,2 lots, & do. 6,.')()() Bailey's regiment may II breast down" from who are oppressed and ill-treated by 5 the
los habitantcs da, la Pen W. G* Porter 2 lots &c.'at do. 6,500 their stations the : leans as in 1312. :I
polis, entrequicnes respective to mouth of the Su- '
Ja : other nations;and wishing to outdo themchose H.B. / <
. { hallaba Taylor, 2 do. at da 10,000 5
; se ,fueron batidos r Let'ad n'ofJheSe be selected
; ,. ue.babia.reinado sabre por os aquel.ipoaarca a'man taller by the head and shotildersthaa. anybody Samuel Simpson& wife;J..dOat;; do.. 6,000 wannee.' The volunteers between the uwanneeand persons ,,.,
.ell doceafios
':i. 4 h<, t ,. I ft tltutojde con 8ta.' .Lot .no muri6 en- lariria :' else; so EiSt. Florida adopisia- Bank.Tjy"v Jobn. Qorrte4IIrL1t3o.. .' 13,500 th Colonels
: .. .. + Generals Bans-Din1' Wanybody
i7; t refrkga ). "n:1' : -'" bsght.loekatiA.tbeir.owadiatrict.. The two !ui us< ,
h"_. '''. *. -' '. : J....--. ft :; entoncei en el vatic de Mambreauxwado -: heardof'bcfore.< ti Tallahassee, 80 shares Railroad. ''... companies east of the St. 'Johns scout as' who has fJg>ii Ule1 .' ,
,: T' : de otros pastors..compderOt'la./ -* stock, and 12' negroes. 10,000 faras New' ''litt e them== ere&tai- +t. d" ai'
t. Here is its history. .Charles Do ,2OJKOacreso"'ome) Smyrna, for there is outaiJepr eeaat'
-'J .
_.. ._ .. yos, cttaban como- 'independientes libres, '
l' :-- :: -" --"rnarcno'at,soeorro de su svbrino ydemu'rebcl. In the year 1835,ono of these locomotive capitalists I" sort of scrub down south," : 10,000 St. Augustine to protect, 1 towa may prove,the:besl;.negociator.Cti*;

i :, ados contra Codorlaomor; &quien vencUi,y per named.Lot Clark,who had learned experience John a free mulatto,being money bore X. Let;the regulars: (as well as the volunteers rr) deputation confer with the deputation ef'i .

I .u derrota qucdfi Lot las en liberiad. y restituidasau & In the Lockport Bank of New York, procured thus rowed to purchase his wile, who is carry ing i 6 days rations, depart-both their respective from the West,and let.them jointly'codsuch tTet .
independencia cinco mortgaged
ciudadcs 800
\ I rra, Sodoma, Seboin,'Adama,'r Segor. Los Goa ve-o' from the Legislature of Florida a charter.written. As the foregoing" only covers the'first endorsement 'depots by companies or half companies Indians as may choose to come tar"i ii ud"

r.. class de Mambre ririan in democralicamente ,;it is said, by, his own hand,which con of'Bonds -each-command furnished with a map andpocket i will be heard. The. 'influence. of superiifiifj
l i : .. en un estado sesiejante al de los we- must suppose some. of the ,.which intellect is great the 'mind
antedeluvianos ferred. upon the Southern Life Insurance and Middle Florida compass, ,are much,better guides upon OC.Tafllt..;. .
y demas gentes que aun despues de Introdueida mortgages were deposited/ to secure when the present is a'happy.moment for its"
Trust Company, to use the words of a member you ash to stumble upon the enemy, than i
..: I, por Nemrod la monarqafa, lograban rivir futra the second endorsement, but'no[mention is
' I do ella! : rencieron.sin embargo Cordoriaomor of Congress,every power except that of i"d'made' of them in the document to Whi h we wiley:pe8r"Des or treacherous Indians!: because they.are broken up among tte- .. ,
y trcs rereft mas que le auxlliaban en la impresa [.l- l au.. In regard to the value of the XI. Field officers, already command separatediStricts. and want explanations as to he'&ctDal rnsiilfa]

de rcducir y cajtigar & los insurgentes. No pu- i The capital, 82,000,000, was subscribed principally 'to mortgages, we Let each direct the movement of his of the American:nation as,well as.oftheitasi
t '' doobtenerso esta 'victoria sin poder y cue rze, in New York by men then supposed are suppose all correct, for the appraisers own companies, in understanding with the commanders brethren,'who formerly lived to the DGItI&ol i y
1 majestad sobcrania nada acted underneath, and must have conscientiously
.:; : huro do .mil a- wealthy and of them of of conterminous districts. We would not suspend.the operation I
high For _
, groso en la action ; au b'1en eztto CODsisti6 en las many standingsTen visited,and strictly examined, all they example
- ventajas de un pueblo libra; sobro'los ab act o s' per cent,"or 8200,000, was paid at the time swore to; but why were the oaths taken before ;suppose the parting points of four companies troops for one day, because nothing would fa

f : .;. csclavos de un despots ,En sums, los indepenJicnten of subscribing in ,tbd fall 'of.1835, and 15,per inferior when the law to be PortBrooke, Fort Gardner,, Fort Dey- itatea talk,"like a sound whipping,,aai. .! _
"r ", v. ,; ,, pastores; de aquel !eras por sus vir'tudes : cent,or$300,000. in August,September,and November magistrates, requires they naud, and Pease Creek. No. 1 would march on winter is the time for fighting-we era"toft?'*
,, morales be taken before of the
I y coberanos los sbaU a Judge Superior
I' \ ,Klamluu y sus aliados:, pugnaban pot: la que liber-. 1830 making the paid up capital at Court! An bath'' before a justice may be as 2 to Pease Creek'' No. 3 to warmweathej.We .M,
tad, no por la serridvmbra: se pusieron"de' that time 8500,000 which'was, we doubt not, as oath before Fort""oardner't Nab to Fort Bassingeralso; &;e of the patient order,and are
pac good as an ,a judge, and the word of '
{ \,, I sii Itttoprimidos: insurrectos que uspirabari & honestly 'paid .as the capital of any Bank-'a an honest man as good as either but when these after a day's rest,!each company wait till spring for the dose of the 'war. _:
LL':. {' emancipation. 'Ni los unos, ni los otros,extr a. !. small part in money,and the balance in certified vented re-supplied with 6 days rations, could folks want .to do every thing ia a day. '. ,
; ban farioados falsa right"folks prate so much about law, a
'- .' con roaxjmas Gobierno 11 cheques on the North, which start off preparing for : coati "
I answered all the on another tangentXII. consequences, or ..
. ..,. RcligioGfr mends rectaben soberanamentc las I we wish them in small things to pay some_'little '
i I. r... trnputaUoncs, 'dQ bandidortbeldest y.traidoret/Ao I purposes. of mosey attention to it themselves. In important matters A ,few mounted men are requisite in and thereby years 'ectDOthinl' mall."-

: qe que ban usado.iempre los tiranos en igualcs By an act passed in 1838, the stockholders know that Banks such each district, but wagon trains, tents and "little war" ,would Lave been ended | -
as have camp
,. casps para.valerse de los ilusos, 6 inUmidar 6 los were permitted to sui render their scrip,svhdtake are privileged equipage are unnecessary and, cumbersome' had some people looked before they lea-ilL-t.
:; to law.
pusilanimes trample on t
; cumplfcron el ..
con precjwo natu certificates of full stock that is when in ,. ,
; who bad pursuit of 'Indians. :-
i' I ral y.djvioo: quo,ordcna librar de su Vgustia The Bonds are unsold, and will remain>or Officers should Tire la ,
3 t-':. ,;' '1',.' peligro ti los quo son llevados ft moor, ; padecer y paid 825 on every 8100 subscribed, were excrated on Quaker Brokers deal in such things -tluy will bear in mind that the number,or'mile's'traversed The Island BayjateUe. :'.t.

\ J ." ;:. injustamente: (Psalm 81,et Proverb, 24.) y di- ; from paying any more. not think severities based M is of infinitely importance than the'diligence of Barbadoes was,a proud .. .
,., croa.kMoysea ) norm&:de,proceder; contrail The paid capital i of the Bank, in the statement upon moieties i and with which the intenening-countij- land and a pert .little island and a fcp!'m "

. r: ministrqde Pharaoo'q6e ma trataba*al. :Hebreo made to the Legislature last spring, is 8321,821. undivided" third parts of Digger gab,at all tempt examined. been land,and the inhabitants used to dria te- .""' .

(' del c. .4eJ Exodo., Tendrft su lugar la explamacion .I. Mr.Field the President ing. the 3d,God bless him, and confusion to WI 0 '-
\. d. esto texts, y seguirfi firden de loscbnproUantoj present though closelypressed The Bank has afloat bills in circulation, we Provisions being deposited, as we propose, at mies," whenever '
:< do la del by the investigating commissioners, depots never they heard of as 7 .swsr
magestad pueblo. for exceeding fifty miles from ;
! :i:". I. would evasive answers suppose about 8100,000. Mr. Fields assured apart the: British arms, until:at last :-siseaii! .
only give as to the manner .which l any command arrivingmigti be ...
" I' us in March)that it did not exceed supplied,
Quien adelante mira sum, brooghitbermelrestobelievci
no I1tras'so halla. in which this additlonal'$300,000'was the .that tbe"r
paid; troops now in Florida might be .. ..,...
'f!' :'. .. I Van ft rnisa los :xapateros, ruegan ,&.Dios s roueran carneros. where the bills given day from fifty :
are: payable, they will not s taeffect of the "
r;:?""4 11-. -; No entra en miA la campana y ft todos lien a. was never paid at alL a.breakfast in the market, within stone purchase tions, and in. one month zigzag, the whole Then enthusiastic loyalty of%', ;:

\ 1;' ". .. throw the Bank : As
of door at :, distance to a '
; a used '
.. td exult:
both in New York and 'a over their
,, t'w England which fight with Indians, it is not now 'be cupsjsay Mf ,
g" .: : XI rnontaffes 'eCender1n& may pass from hand to hand at tome for to expected, England ;
: price, has
por dice
'': : :t- ( tres. over 8100. 00 was unpaid Jast winter. ::: but this plan might lead to the nothing to fear BO Je 6tWfl"
"" all we know to the capture of,ma
: contrary. 17 dians .
stand ...
:: No to alabca totes que mohatres.. The parent Bank is located in Augustine, The different faroili a-the game flushed by one ::1
branches last
party 5.5.
f' drew draftson might 'EYe1101n'
; I Do monte malo,si qulera un palO and there arc offices in'Jacksonville, Tallahassee be captured by another If our day. WelD the Tarn
', .;I Al cabo de un alto tune el mozo las mafias ,Apalachicola, and Su: Joe>eph. Lot Clark, who acts as agent ra New York a month no considerable at the end of Florida (having neither vdice or vote- to tU-
del ama I to a large amount at from 3 to 6 months date. number of In ter had
) little '
Last winter the loans discounts as to do'with,the,eiedi :

: or ( from dians
j apart either
A quien duela la musts These drafts have of killed or
t que la becha fuera. late been captured. another
I protested and rison the y "
,';\. Entra dos muelasrmoares, from loans on mortgages) were as follows: ; strategy might become as ; : Badians had with the vfaH**
nunca melas ut Mr. Field (now President has necessary, as the Indians
) addressed
-Y; 't.; pulgares.Lste I St. Augustine Jacksonville e7 8123.1 8234 a circular by Nelson ; but :nevertheless our"few "WWgrj*, '
r : .': : to.his creditors informing them that concentrating might in detail cut up our men had
mends es having been dead
; golfo redondo,y quien ao.Abc Tallahassee, 37.00740Apalachicola moving in small beat in threo'ccWcatiwl! *.
i',"." -:' ..,, nadar rasi ft lo hondo., ,; 468,07056 neither eatk.nor CBXDIT, at the north,, he can Bou hof"Lake elections and did Dot show theaselvW l 'Ii:,

1'... .E1 mor quo DO ROO mu cIo 111, borado presto St.Joseph; only pay when he can- get,funds.from Florida H!1l Okeechobee the Peninsula last, make 'as much'glorUicatiola j"Harrison *"
le el 67.M1 3 tends 150 miles .as;
cogo gato. to
The Bank Cape Sable
I a.f". l'. quien no tJe nada. rids le !a Pan w The.whole amount loaned on mortgage, was was into established) for the ubriogtngcapital of country .of which, the comprising a triumph was the'spontaoeew, ,.
At except
,: Quien stated i ? country; now:Jt cannot coast we know the
at 9560,08646.
iraono mil enthusiastio
Agena cspera yenta little .spirit>> of !.ctdenta
: y
more than that /.
its debts unless it abounds in hatj .
it :_ f I poorcena.. The I BAnk, it fa known, issues all its bills pay, capital is tent out of it. game,Bah and Angustine. '
a \:5; : La mansana'podrida plerde ft su compaCia (a 'Such is the'Bank. What can be done 1 We oysters, with h?mosptitae* in winter, which ad. ''11.'M''
very small amount excepted) payable In SL Au: We like a joke, like _.. .. 'J
2 we
A todo hay mafia ino i la rauerte.' will prepare a blister presently.. : vantages, together with its tropical c1imaie'eJ1cel alaagh, ..
1'5)0'I.': \ / Quien rnaloa mafias tiene en cuna,,6 las pierde gustine. ,By.the above figures it will be perceived many Indians at this seaso S every body happy,and we hale sew. Jee4..
tarde 6.I1UDCL. that place of the Bank An American line of steam n. humor. ---L'5-6
t' I where packets from New'York. Instead of an immense : In Barbados Wet ., :

r.r., I' Matriraonio' ni.:sefiorio, no .uierefuria, ni the paper premises are put forth, is three hundred .to England announced. The keels of ine the country will when P'ssylake, we imag. M Badiata"n0r wonldwessaraa. J IUJE: :
- if.; Buena mesa, mal testamento." miles away If all the world does not know four vessels of,82,000 tons are to be laid-engines Prairie," much covered>> surveyed, prove. a ViM la Bagatelle; ,Let's see. who....;

> .f ..Nadie seria mcsonero si no fuese por dinero. that Indians block' the road between the' two to be made of 800 horse power. And the communicating bayous by lakes, ponds, ,and loudest-and the longest The power et ..

:' Quien no tiene mcsura toda la villa a suya.. ;I points' i tte do. voyage', J to be performed, in 10 days. Success. to navigable:for boats of .or "runs" of water ing be it remembered, is a high uUribote! !';:_* 5

o I : naceos. miel jr comet hataoaca& : I The. Bank' 'suspended. paying. its debts in i8Y.'X 37, I theca, traversed by footmen light draft-, and easily animal can acratch.bite, $ght4 leek ...tbut'man C

' I'i alone can laugh.. :,

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We tare from the old world: Jour days laterjntalttgeace On our first page we. republish an article writ In the schr. Empire, from Charleston -Ber. 't ; i :: ,-
than we published in last ten Dr. Webster C:Bampon, Col. Andrews U. S. A.,and servant
our by by of Boston, who resided
JleplatiMt1zeP the '
daat Ibrahim Pacha b in J. Mills, J. Bin ; a J.Segui, J.Bays, A:;J.NodaGiN.Pappv Qc.of Bar and Harbor of .,. Augustine.
vhteUt the
< appears : getting some yean Azores, wjitch may be inter. J.Hendricks, F. H. GareailJ K. ,

, terribly 1 licked by .the invincible valor of the eating orange growers. ', Goldstein, W, Loring..W.Harper, Die,Be it"ordained by the authority of the Aldermen of the City of.St.JLugustine. That the

Turks*'whose,.warlike: qualities were,it seems Whether,one.tree in the Azores ever did produce and T. T.Aguiar. shall:be the rates of full Pilotage be paid for vessels entering or departing from the

quite underrated, until the English commenced twenty-nino thousand oranges, is of as little In steamer C. Downing; from Savannah Port of St. Augustine; that is to say, for each and every vessel drawing not more than five feet -
bulletins l them. Blake and lady, Mr. Anderson, U. S. N., and o- water, the sum of nine dollars ; for each and every vessel drawing over five feet water,at the rate
eubUeWng Importance to us as the size of the aforesaid theta of two dollars per foot. ,"

France has assumed a most creditable position oranges; but we know that one tree in this place In scbr. Zervia from New York-Mrs Band I I' SEC. 2.. Be further ordained by the authority Jiforesaid, That full Pilotage shall be paid in the : -

In regard to the,question of Syria and she has i has frequently produced towards seven thousandof 2 Miss Bailies, Messrs. Maclean and Edwards. I following cases, that is to say,'when,,a pilot of this harbor shall be taken on board ofany vessel ,;:.

in .Constantinople the ablest diplomatist of.our the largest and finest, and that a good orange entering this port, outside the bar, and shall pilot or offer to pilot her up to the' harbor; when a

'time, barring a predilection for strange women, grove i is the best fortune that a man can leave to Ut.o.1Imum--.. .UC" >pIIi, ?d. Ibo pilot bor shall bring vessel over the bar by signal, and shall pilot or offer to pilot her Ip to the hare
; when a pilot shall be laken on board of any vessel about to proceed to sea, within the bar, I .
(a backsliding,into which the wisest of men fell.) to his children.A .. i. and shall pilot her over the bar; and'when a pilot shall offer himself as a pilot outside the bar, t "
Today" read a: lengthy argument, written by story was some time since started at the to any vessel entering the said harbor,''and shall be refused. .

-Protocol' Palmerston and communicated to North, that the menu of this county would beincrt.atd Sic. 5. Be it further ordained by the authority aforesaid,That whenever any such pilot aforesaid, ,
the French Government by Henry Lytton Buiwer 8200,000 this the sale of PORT OF,ST. AUGUSTINE. shall offer himself to any vessel entering this port and not having already a pilot on:board,wide
by oranges
year ARRIVED.5tbSchr. the,bar, at any point between the bar and a direct line from Point Cartel on the north beach to
*ho .is not accounted,,wise, going' to shew and now it is established the old
; regularly even Empire, Southwick Charleston: English redoubt near the north end of St Anastatia Islandhe shall be entitled to one
.the intentions of England, Russia, Austria and by s West{Florida paper,that the 'orange crop Steamer C. Downing, Dent, Savannah.&hSteamcr'W.GastonBarden half the amount of full Pilotage whether he refused or accepted; provided that his failure to v

Prussia. Though; no'such mention is made,.the of Florida this year will bring 8200,000. Truth Posts South offer: himself outside the bar,or at a point nearer to the bar, shall not have resulted. from. an unnecessary '

,.waolef&fcthat the;Egyptians, Syrians and stands no chance in the newspapers tate.. 'lOth-Schr. Zeryiah, Sterns New York. delay a neglect of duty on his part.titres ,
SAILED. 4:: Be'it/urtMr idawd by flu authority aforesaid.That for cvcrrd y,after the first twenty..
jfebeoMt 'All, Bra Hahomedans-that the most ments only go,the rounds.:. 6th-Stesmer Charles Downing,Dent Savannah, four ours; ati y pilot' hln! be detained onboard say vessel entering t, b port. or aboUt to pranced -

:r b e subjects*: ;Britain in: India are Maaad The largest crop ever known here was two I 7th-Schr. Gazelle Holland, Key West. to sea,he shall 00 entitled to the sum of two dollars ; and any period'of tune,after,the expiration 9 ;

:b mN r ,; that if the ambition of the Pacha millions of oranges,which, at 75 cents per 100 Schr. Samuel PbUipsnurtKer of] the first twenty.four hours,exceeding twelve,land not snore than twenty-four hours, shall, bo

s.beBetoboolerf! ,' fee I ,India, Company pos. would amount to 815,000.In: 1835!all the irises{ Steamer Wm. Gaston, 'Bardenv Pilatka.lfWM reckoned. E, as one day jL_, and any less time than_twelve_ hours as half &day. J "
.' ., .Beitf fu ordained by the autJiorit a oresaid. That the i : "' '
R' 1a; :knocked Into. 'cocW'Iaa.t&. : "' .. 'JW ", L mM WfW '' BB "IfIp8P t Wri i ili R gjjSj B2 |Ift.J j ijpA fft fi igSEC. "[R bf lrt ; tl'1tedt4 I i p ZJl4J! : utE. ,. .. '":;. ..
yeefpfoJKiccd somewhere towarfe;'of. : : LL Petsomawhomaybans drawn&eurfirst=breath>> acted as consignee consignees of,any vessel which shall depart from this port,shall be jointly "
. .. ", :.->'t-fr."" .'" 4 angea, wortKrabout i '91,060, tats-. 1L Even J3L:In a Foreign tand.are earnestly. aotjeW to foraocietrfor end severally.responsible to any and every pilot thereof for hu dotage and tbe'other 'charges .
.Tw.4e ocrtic. pap*?*the Iowa Run.of the N ile's Register chronicles the 9260,000 story. t the purpose.ef-'1 djltc..act.cid c which mayor shall be 1 due-to him; by the provWOas"orthia ordmancef asefno.pHot'jkaU' to i ,
18UT ; the I to &beircoaDUJlHa who may fad themselves obliged to pilot any vessel to sea from this ,unless he shall have been
April and White Pigeon Republican, in sncfa clrcanutiaees port previously'paid or sat
the when is
.That crop will Florida u to require it. isfactorily secured the .the said vessel and all '
pilotage his other
r .Michigan.of.17th of June, only reached us for one continuous orange grove from the mouth of Per the forming of this most desirable Society, a under the provisions of this ordinance.. charges against,her arising. ,' .,e' '+

-" Ihe'first' time on Wednesday|ast; we therefore I the St. Johns to Key Biscay be of immense place Meeting at Captain of persons KEOOH'S of this Long denomination Room on Monday will take the SEC. 6. Be it further ordained by' the authority aforesaid That the master consignee of any ... 'w ;

apologise for not having sooner put them on oursehaage value we doubt DOt, but the trees must grow 14th of December, at 7.. P. M.,it which Meeting all vesselwbtch shall enter or depart from this port, who shall fraudulently underrate to any pilot ." '
list. __. first who are{thus favorably disposed are requested to at of; this' port the draught of any such vessel of which he is the master or consignee shall forfeit
We also received I* Courrier. de Z.llouiriane _';' tend. Dee 11 and pay,upon due proof and conviction thereof In any court of competent authority,the sum of "
and : Colonel Harney. \ Notke.6i.tIX' ten dollars and the costs of prosecution? ; one half to the use of the city and one half to the use
a,quantity of other pemoCnilic'papel'l of1heputaummer. -" weeks after ot: the pilot? to whom, such misrepresentation shall have been.made, 'prosecution;by him to
Now that the No man can see Col. Harney without admiring' dale I wiU apply to the Hoi. conviction.SEC. upon
whig 3 lad e of the
= County Court of 8t Johns Count
congress have finished franking whig docu i the soldier, the citizen .and the mesa .Hehas. for letters of administration on the estate of THOMAS 7. Be it further ordained oy the authority aforesaid That it shall be the duty of the pilots of

menus, we hope postmasters will' forward all belonging .gone South with twenty picked men, armed 8. JVO/UfJ/lr, late of laid county,dec- this port to offer themselves as pilots to every vessel bound to this port, outside the bar, unless I
to In '. with patent rifles, and will collect as ,many Dec. 11,1840. A. H. COLE.,. he state of the weather,-orof.the bar, be such as to render it manifestly dangerous tor tho pilot ,
us their
put possession.; Eemittan.
Notice. boat to cross the bar, and when accepted to pilot them up to this harbor; and',when such Is the
mea be from the Southern .
more as can spared ,
tat of cash wiU not be refused. IX' weeks after date will apply to the Judge' of state of the weather'or of the bar,it shall be the duty of such Pilots to approach as near to tho bars .
posts, and ,proceed with canoes into the Ever ,the County Court of St. Johns County for Let. the safety of the pilot boat will permit t. and there to guide every such vessel over the bar by

We learn from Lieut Boyd, 3d .rt.'y. that In. glades. A re-captured negro has promised to ten of Admini.tiatiun on the Ja: tate of. :T. 5. NOR signal,as may be disposed td cross it with such assistance, and to pilot them up to this harbor ; .
dun tracks were'seen -a few days ago. on the guide to a settlement of seventy Indians. MIN,late of said county,decea. d. and it shall also be the duty of the said pilots to go on board ofconsignee any'and.every vessel bound to. ,
Dec. J I. 1841) G. A. upon being thereto; duly,.-re aired by the master or of such vessel, and tho .
point of land two miles We the Colonel's not SCIIWARZMALpa upon .
narrow south of his hope untiring zeal may
post the 5
: iahereb'liteD. & pilot so going on ooard of the outward pilotage of such vessel and any demands
Fort Lauderdale, where they have never before be frustrated this time ; and we also'hope to seethe NOTICE Judge of the County Court of Colom against her, which may or shall have accrued to him under the provisions of this ordinance to 4

been seen. since the'war commenced. These day when his chivalric daring may be directed bia County on the brat,MoDel., of February next,-at pilot her to sea. And any and every of the said pilots who shall refuse,neglect or fail to perform I ..
fellows had better be cautious,or accidents may to higher purposes. ten o'clock in the forenoon' of that day. for letters of any of the duties prescribed to them by this section of this ordinance without some sufficient -
administration on the the estate of JOHNt, TUCK'ER gal; cause therefor, shall u conviction thereof in court of forfeit .
happen-perhaps somebody will fire at any competent authority, .a
guns ,late of Columbia
them. Brandy and Salt. Ueooaty, deeeaed. the sum of fifty dollars and the costs of prosecution, one moiety thereof to the city'and the other M
Dec. .
After swilling whole communities into President 11.1840. A. A. STEWART. moiety to the' or parties who shall
party grieved prosecute for the same ; and every of the said .
., Citation. pilots so offending shall also be liable, In'the' of the
making, the Whigs recommend Brandy and discretion Mayor and Board Aldermen of
.f True WA'd. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that six weeks this City,upon complaint made and proved before them, to forfeit and lose his license as a pilot:7
Salt Panacea. It it
,*W, intend to introduce our readers ton great as a sovereign dangerousfor application will be made for Letters of said port. .:

rascal.-:an "old sager,"who,upon a certain time topers to leave off too suddenly. Good news Administration Dupont!,deceased.,da fonts mars ofthe'.estate Josiab. : SEC. 8. Be further ordained by tie authority aforesaid,That it shall" be the duty of every pilot of '.;t!

came to a certain place, and there resided ; and this for hypocrites ; every man can salt his own ROBERT RAYMOND REID., his port to exhibit a copy of this ordinance to every master or commander of a vessel, by whom -
not approving of the Bui brandy to his own taste. What a medicine ; theft -St. Au< wer morality (that of 1nrtoontbT < or of .
sum money under the provisions of this ordinance when thereto :
required. .
of drunkard will be annihilated
elevating\ rascals to a place in roens affectionsBe rAt ; we shall To Ut, SEC., 9. Be it further 0nlaint41Jy the authority aforesaid,That tbe pilots of the bar and barber of ';
e nothing&:but sick men Here is a commencement BY the Bionlh-:Two Houses ready Turn St.. '.shall be '
cunningly told fables)however cunning may Augustine licensed by the Mayor and Aldermen of this city it and that no person shall ,
be his tricks, we wish it ;to be borne in mind ofM reform." Don't talk to us any more .ished try. ;Apply the one at in this town oftl,e.the other Nor ia the' 13.awn be licensed to act a9 a pilot thereof until he shall, with two persons'as-his sureties,who shall have i 7 1

that rascal rascal about the miracles of Father Mathew and the t Mm: approved of by the Board of Aldermen of this city, have,entered into a joint and several ,
our was a He was one',of Xotitce.S -tiD d In the of '
societies. penal sum five hundred dollars, payable to the Mayor and Aldermen of the City .. :
itho3e( happy soldiers temperance IX weeks after date, I will apply to the Jndf of of St. Augustine and.their successors in office,conditioned for the faithful and skilful discharge -
Who fin on their pay 200 recruits for the 3d Artillery arrived on the County Court of;St Johns Conntr for letters; of all his: duties a pilot of the bar and harbor( SLAuiustIne. and also for the. faithful and :

**And spend a half crown open sia-pence a-dar,** Wednesday. About 150 will be sent to reinforce of WRIGHT Administration', deceased, the estate PETER of MILTON BENET.XL skilful discharge of all the duties of every person and persons employed by and under him, ia :9Ir: .

, :' 'hqjiad'learned! J the ,secret of." trade.: "- the Southern detachThere NOT 7. 1849. his business as pilot of the said bar and harbor; which bond shall be drawn by the clerk of the '1
sever:did fee purchase credit posts now ,occupied by Board of Aldermen, who shall receive therefor the sum of one dollar, from,the person for whom, .
except'on never meta. of 11t3.Relmcot;____,....... __ _. JroUee..t ., tia drawn ,;, A
., i4' .:.m raid: hCf'aetl; zci pfl' r 1 K nn Qua iwyit: hzio..J h r" r a lO "" /Wf r OTbi oylteaiaWir-Tbmtlt.bal.bbndul-toitl1fnaIdP.:5ots' ,'- ": t

of' 'css '.JI\ hewaa, was a report at Palatka on Wednesday, O'.Colombia. Connty Court for letters' of dltnision to emplpy,under'them sucbCpefSOns,as tbeyjmay deem necessanMo': enable them to:perform the t
' .,'..f'J ?1 that''15' Indians coming Executrix oa the Estate of of ABEL. O. L0 duties prescribed to them this built '
intorJ'ort for' is declared
King1 Ordinance
'Ac..defjlq.b la4e. .., .- "PER Idiot saideonnty.. deee ed. w by ; hereby ,.that ffielsaldJ&otiaad: every i
tJ! :
'i A.rer, Baecbns Waited,,"were mad prisoners; and that one waS : '>"" ''-' .5 PHEDE LOPER :zeeutru.: of them shall be personally responsible for all damages which may result from the neglectT -"-'- '-
H. .'. uns ulness or any defective or improper conduct of the said of while .h!
: sent but to tell the others .that they would get Columbia Co..6th h:1ober1S10. persons or any them in _t
\ Nor want but when be thirsted' the;laforesaid employment of.the said slob' or any or any of them: Is furtherdeclarcil '
As this want was frequent, the Soger had to plenty every'thing when they come in. This i JYotice. ha the said Pilots shall not employ any person or persons under them as aforesaid,. until their ft
if true is O. K. Our u lit tie" is t in SHALL apply to the Hon.Judge of the County names be submitted to and '
J'eIOI'to. "financiering." There being no,faith war a sum I Court of Columbia County for a discharge from approved of oy the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of this city.
bonds" In those his' subtraction-take 15 from 600, and only 585 the further administration on the Estate of JAMES T. Sec. 11. Be further ordained by the authority aforesaid That the declaring,imposing and giving .
) days, operations were upona remain UOOKF.R, dee. WM. B.. HOOKER.Oct. he J penalties and forfeitures in this ordinance mentioned,shall in BO respect impair the common .
small.scale, but they are perfectly illustrative 3,1840 awjright of persons grieved to a compensation .in damages to the extent of their los( from the ,
of ,Whig prineipbt.Header There is another story, a part which is, that alHiIl> ltr"to-r' A'otice. persons acting as Pilots under this,Ordinance; and that this Ordinance shall 'go into operation
Wild Cat was flogged hb own follow on the twentieth of this
by eta- day present month of January. -
we again beseech you, never in your Persona harm; claims aiaiD.IJbe Estate of .
admiration of the genius of tho man, to fVgel one story is as good'u another until something ALL A LEWIS, deceased are'required to I Passed,January 6th, 1833. '
b known. present them for payment within the time prescribed I' ANTONIO 'ALVAREZ: President of the Board of Aldermen.. tI t
that he .
was a by law, or they will be barred ; and those who may I Approved : January81823. : ,
: Tara No. L-The!allowance. of bread to the It is reported by the Great Western that Great be indebted to said Estate must make immediate pay WATERS SMITH, .Mayor. ;;

Britain ment. JUANA RODRIGUEZ, Adm' 11 '
hurecogaludtheIadependenceofTcas z.i c '
garrison being more!than the men required, apart x- :- d 't
o .a.lRlo. \ >, :;::-' "J\" ''if- ): :"'.. .
and II'
of.the loaves were disposed of at a cheap promised to act as mediator with Mew i d Card. J '' .' r 'f otJ', '." -.. ;j', ,,

rate by them! to procure other necessaries, and I c O. .Gen. Hamilton has not made' the loan announced A. TIIOURON, lately of Key West, re !I '., .,. I'; ,I II'

many of the: poorer.Inhabitants daily attended some days ago. JOS. informa the citizeca of St. Ansnstlne, AN ORDINANCE '
the that he has located himself in Charleston and is ,, ,
distribution, to trade for prepured '
or purchase the ,'
W. P. Mangum and W. A. Graham have betn r'
to attend to business
committed his
any to care To amend ** l
surplus. elected from North aff' and Commission an Ordinance, entitled An Ordinance regulating the Pilotage '
Senators Carolina, in,the as Agent Alercbsnt. He solicits : ,
Early one morning the Soger goes to the market place of Messrs. Brown and Strange. a share of their patronage. +I' of the Bar and Harbor.of St.Augustine. I -

;from one person he buys fish,from another RUEa&ICUCb. Edmonston Cbaileston ; N. ;" ;, .

eggs, from another vegetables,&c., to the value It is aid that Van Buren, though
of hb l loaf,,:.promising to each of six: : has received by far the fgrcatcst Democratic i Chirleston Oct. 30th, 1840. M the duty of the Pilots of the Harbor of St.Augustine, to offer themselves as Pilots to every Ii-i ",
that persons vote ever polled in the United States. We have vessel bound out of this port; and that the Pilot who shall first so'offer himself,and,be refused : ,;
it should }
be for him if Jt.otlce.SIX .
ready he would
comecome shall
f lrbe entitled to one half of full pilotage. ..
the full 1
not returns.
seen ,
to the barracks the weeka after date I will apply to the lion the :: t i
at hour of distribution. Sec.2. .Be it anther ordained
Judge of the Court of Dural byvhe authority furu iJ1. That the roaster and ,the person ,or person : .; .
County !
,At the appointed hour there atood'the Sage We shall publish the list of the stockholders of for letters of administration upon.the estate of M n. s who may have been the' .consignees and the owner or owners'ofanYl1nd: every vessel,which Ii' ,

with'the loaf; and beside: Urn six boys and, old the ':''Lite and Trust Co. next jweek; also'a word JANE STREETER' Widow. Isle of said County, shall' depart from this port, and shall have' refused a Pilot of this Harbor, which shall'for the pur- :] i
taegrbes '' each 'claimant deceased.. J. W. 'HERBERT pose avoiding the payment of pilot, or follow in the track or wake. of any pilot i boat of this j :! "
a by the, right of put for, the Union Bank. Jacksonville Dee.4.IB48. Harbor or in any manner avail themselves elf the.Pilot's signals i in crossing the Bar of this Harx Ii 9; .'

chase. t Don't some of the shivering folks at the northwish Superior Court >rj; shall jointly! and severally liable t -pay the same pilotage to which the said vessel would _
1 '"Itjs very true,?'says the Sager, "that each District of Fart Florida, have been subject'if she had taken a pilot on board in the said harbor of St.Augustine and,1'\

of you paid,me;. for the bread, but you are six they.could poke out their toes far enough tc IN CHANCERr. been by, .bun piloted safelyacfOfSS the Bar thereof. Passed April 7th 1823.
and there Is but ODel af-it Is warm them in our sun-only 08 to-day. A Mary Ana Mclntocb,Complainant, ;ANTONIO,, ALVAREZ, President of the Board of Aldermen. -
] too small to die i i '
Received and .
Approved. 16th 1823.
shovel-full of would astonish against April, .. I
snow the
Tide-what filiall we do 1 111 tell you what, I''l1 ; eyes,,of Alexander slosh, DefendaDt.ON WATERS SMITH; ltl gor. .

throw the I oar'up into'the air, and the one that the young)folks down here. MOTION of the said Complainant) ;and It hav t .,:' :. 1

-catches)Jt shall have the whole." For the tag been made to'appear to satWaction of .
information of friends,we wish to publish the Court: that the said"defendant reside out of this I' ,

*Agreed agreed,shouted the applicants, rejo1cedla'lU1i : the names of officer arriving and departing i Territory"so that the ordinary process cannot be ser- I.' J n'JI" ; i ,i i< ,;:' .

: chance;! of'getting their pay,.and but we cannot run about the streets to pick then red or if served the said defendant cannot be com*' : ,AW ..ORDJNANVE -
celled to appear and answer or plead to the said billS ;, ,
each pffhaps,laboring,under the gambling hal. up. If sent to this office,they, will be publish 11 I HEREBY UROE13EQthu.,! a Utring 'r
* lucination of luck in a ipme of chances cheerfully.. of the facts'charged in said BUl" shall take: place on For the purpose'of reviving and continuing force certain 'ordinances heretofore '" ,Yt ;" ..,

41 Stand, round then" says the Sager, "one, The U. 8.: Sch. Flirt remains in port. the second do not Monday appear in and July satisfactory next when,evidence if the said shall dafendant passed regulating ,Pilotage of tho Bar and Harbor of St. .t

two,three, four,five,six, and MTSKLF seven ;now then be produced to tbu court, that notice by publication ,Augustine. .
be'surelofcatch it We were pleased to-day'to see announced in some newspaper;u required by the Statute in .
;are you ready I" Be itresolted by the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of.St.Augu.tiat1'hai the ordinance entitled "
such case made and has been i
->"Yes, yea,"shouted all. the death of J. A. L. Norman, Principal of ,the decree will pass in the provided same manner as if dalrlieD.the said defendant a M an ordinance regulating the pilotage oft and harbor of the city of St. Augustine," approved i
DADE INSTITUTE' though for the character of Florida the sixth January 1823 and ordinance in amendment thereof
: The Soger throws the loaf up about three in- were present Court. an approved the sixteenth :
Sacs,'and.catching it in.both his hands shouts we should have been better pleased to have Given under my band; at my chambers in she city April, 1823, and are hereby declared to be revived and in full force and operation., : !
heard that certain act from of St. Anguftine, this 24th dy of November, Sec. 2.* Be further ordained,That shall be.tho'duty of the pilots of the said bar and harbor Ii
out; M ve caught it, I've caught (ft," and runs a was'expunged our 1840. I. II. BRONSON, to make a survey of the channels of the bar, from time to time"when directed by.the Mayor so to .
into the, barracks,.where .his friends could not statut .book. (we don't admire hombuggery;0 Judge of tbe,Superior Court for the' J -and make immediate report of the same to the Mayor ; and the said JayorahaU have pow. '. !1 c.

follow. They',of course 'went homo disco n.o. but our pleasures were sh- rt.hTed-like many A True Copy District, of East Florida. 'I e md is hereby authorized appoint such person or persons as shall in his opinion be qualified.N. ...; "

late. other pleasures.' K. B. GIBBS, Clk. < forthe purpose to accompany ana superintend the said pilots in their said surveys whenever to- t .

MbsUjMay; there'not be similar scenes I in ; The person deceased at Palatka is, we fear,T. Nor. i r:3m him it snail, it shall seem necessary. Passed 27&JOHN June, 1828.DRYSDALE, Mayor' -;: _: j' ;

Washington next spring Suppose Daniel the 8. Norman, principal waggon-master, who never ,AN 'ORDINANCE (or the prevention of Bonfires. STREETER : ": i
Be it ordained by the Mayor,and Aldermen of the am'r. ;!
sod l "surrounded .friends to whom he i ,went abroad callingpublic meetings writing' of ,
y by City St. AnrnsUno,That if: any person shall make II I
has promised the(office of Secretary of State newspaper puffs or begging money. A or waist to make any bonfire,or wantonly or unnecessarily : -! 0 1

*nd ayIngTj, .ntleEaea,here b the commission pal waggon-master may be 'a more pnaean born any shavings or other combustible matter, 'JV tke. If. Notice / .....:
I in of the Units -
any streets. grounds birbmays He '
undersigned slip LOTS I .
and than some other"J'f' ftCip ll. We have nothingagainst T are selling on very havingdaims against tie estate of .
truly I have, promised it to each of you ; or Iotain Aid city erery such person, or if a favorable terms in the Village of St Sebastian A iON s. I '
late of St.Johns "
Suppose we toes and catch for it." Just imagine J. A. I* Norman except that he mars a slave;the owner or rooster' of such 'offender,abal!for There is no ux WHATXTU apoa the property they dee., are/required SAD to ATE present, them withia the County lime ,, ,'1 i ;.
fort and pay to the vase of thecity, the sum of Five offer for sale and .
that all should onrchasers '
advance. invited
Daniel skouling M Tve it rTe i .cause are respectfully prescribed by law and all indebted to said
caught caught it,1; Dollars together with the costs of suit if any there be. to KZAMIVK critiMffy Uu TITLE offered to them. ; persona : ;
and rushing In, slap the door iaJaeface of hbcroniety' Passed NOT.24,1840. F. L. DANCV estate are' requested to make immediate payment. ,). OJ :
DIED-At Palatka, the 14th tilt Mr.T. !B
on .
Won't there be blank faces! JOHN GRAHA1L I .'
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,-..SUPPLEMENTTO'THE. .GLOBE:!!' _... .*' 1 r'ln HE Snh crlb n"h:1t jusf received: "per' l'T11 C assfcai""Fpcrcantile' ''i tracts-of Florida, and one id I MARKET AND.CLERlt'OF THE ilSbBtgl..'

.., JIlriy ..a1arge and extensive supply of Liqu EMAHCAI/SEMINARY. i CERTAIN Ik itordaiacd byr lda 4
Mayo ,
.( PROSPECTUS FQR 1IPI1 71 'ii r,,;Gr e riea,' &.consisting in part of' 11& Citizens of; SL Aagastiaeand its Vicinity ,,and.lots of.ground hoiri iatho oftice,city Jate of alar St. I of 'nsti.. That no Ald'it person c f.li4r'.,.
and Cognac Brandy. t 'T informed that M B. .CREE* Augustine, the property of the ._ ; f
: Congressional dl e and i cask's, Jpipes. pipes j :are, respectfully follows '. shall 'sell"or-offer for sale in. tbs
.. c li llatd Gin,in barrels and piposj V-\\ ,',->' ':.yDomestic : GdN*has taken from Mrs. GABVIV, the lower part of nuis de Fougeres as : place other, than; the Market the.fresh'pKt.a 1ef '
y. ,ifEfiE't', ;, tnr.--d.l. ,_ _. .., r Brandy,'ln bbls: and tcasks, v her,dwelling'house;"to which,ibd i.,will 'remove, and !. Six thousand sores on Black Creeks beef,goat hog< ot sheep, or one .(eitkal '
T I won by ns during the Hour Glass and Swan Gin, .. therein establish, a Seminary for the education of 2. Six thousand acres on dian.RiYer., ". 'out'th e,'acme has been first exposed fot'tsl '
approaching session ef Congresa. They have Madeira and Teneriffe Wines; 'oung Ladies' and Gentlemen, on Monday, lha,13th .3. An Orange Grovecalled" Marines; \ 5 c Market for the space bOar;and .
had inch-a wldecircnlatiou'Iatbe United Stem./and Claret in'caiki and boxes, 4. Ditto. do. Delespiue \ % g :
shall sell
lost. offer for sale
their' faIDeJ and ''cheapness are .universally, 'acknowledged Champagne in baskets, 1 doz. each,- Tbe course of instrnctiem wil,comprise the follow.! :4.A lot in:Charles Street [> either persons of the months or of April J. a.of !?!j
;- that deem:it u 6.2lots 1 & 2 Miranda, .. r, a1rJDDe.II1lJi ji !
we onneccnary gives Sugar Coffee, and Tea : ,, n'g :.Orthograp'y, Heading, Peaminshi ;'AistorY-r gust September, or October m : and IY 11-t','
detaiedaaoantefkhatthe1atarennmbenwWcontarn. Tomoka.
Soda and Butler Crackers, ancient and modern, l'balo80pby-natur and moral, 7. A Plantation at unless the acme shalt have been
Lattice it to that will be invaluable to Two hundred and' forty-sevenlacrea and a half haghterediwMfeflo'clock
they Bc
say Pilot Bread, Polaloes ', i English Grammar BookGeography, in the afternoon of .t
t, ? ; the/da ?
an twbo'feet N. q'ia1er' thi proceedlDC' or CODfreu. Fulton'Market Beef,.barrels and I barrels, Arithmetic Geometry, :purveying, 'Mensuration. on. the Alumaha. County cf Richmond Georgia that which, it is brought into the r prttold
l.her pubtiestion cinatbem.o; Cull, riot 1 fair title deed of up 1D&rJiec.J. !<
,,, Orange Countybnlter Goshen Cheese'l, Globes-with Astronomy, die. &:;and the Latin A by regular conveyance See. 2. That'thefiesh' of animal w ,
lfrocheap; .It J indeed, the cheapestpublication for of the above tracts+ or lots of land, by the any afora
Smoked Hernngs;Chocolate, Greek ; any ,
,, Languages.
iu the. United Elates 'world. of its kind; brought into,the market,shall 6 1'-
-perhaps in..the Our Lamp Oil Olive Oil. ilrr L."retarne his gratefulnclinowledgment and s subscriber who has been duly authorized, by an express .
position'M( &he'lOat"or Government enables us to print Soap Starch> Sperm'and Tallow Candles. sincere thanks to the Public for the patronage reeci- power of attorney, from the heirs of the Marquis whole or in quarters and shall.remain AI_t
the Clerk of the
;,t them at rso low 'a rate. We are compelled to publish I Molasses, New England Rum and Whiskey. red from them in the three preceding years, sod bo de Fougeres,' w sell all the above parcels ef land.'o f bf and'the undressed Market; am .try
the proceedings Congress in detail, for our, daily him 'the fair and to every hog hide skin aedi
Tobacco, Megan Spices; 6tc. solicit a continuance oldie. same; assuring the Fob Jn application to ,_ legal titles of other animal aforesaid shall
paper. This done, it requiretpcompu&tinlr. bat a AU oJ which they oflVat the lowest rates and acI licihat i 'whatever assiduity and capability do,wilt same may beseem, JOHN ROD'MAN' every remain*t fMti,
mall additional expense to change them to the fortes the the during ,market hours ; and the vendor or i '
commodatiagterms.. .. be effected for1' his pupils and that every method Attorney for of ? ; ?
of the Congressional Globo and Appendix. If it were 3!. RODDY"SON &. CO., which many years'experiencn. i in teaching has suggested T .tlartptis de Fougtrts; deceased. shall pay to the Clerk, of the Market fifty tents Nt
not for these circumstances could them each beef thirty-sevenand a half cents fot
ire not publish 133 East:Bay. will be employed by himfor the advancementof i April28.ISlO. 474 w. fI4 C.1
for four times the sum charged. In of the II. or hog and twenty-Eye'cents' for each goat
some pasta 1840.. I MsaeM.
Charleston Oct. 4 .
those and who bo committed his
United, Stale tbe while paper' upon.which these who are, may. taE r hereby given, that, I forbid any person'parchu.I $ee. 3. That any person or. persona wheseAi .t
works are pfinted, ,would fell.for u much as,wee To Purchasers, of PMie Lands in Last t ]e'ida., care. be I If or trading for any property1 real or personal, or offer for sale any.tainted, unsound;or hoots .
charge for toe publications.. LID OrncE' ST. AUGUSTINE, l The hours of.irislrnclionin the Seminary, will' belonging to theta MARQUIS DE FO t1ERE9.' i fowl,game,fisb,or turtle;or any stale-nThshC ,
Tlie CoseRxsiioJUb GLOB is made .p of the daily August 31si;1840.ALL from 9 to 12 A; !I.. and from 3 to.5 b'clock, P. 051.. deceased, situated i Florida)and GeorgU. This no fruit, vegetable orother, .article of provir."_..

proceedings the two booses:.:Boa rem., and the Persons holding Receiver's Receipts, ach day. Saturdays apd.dODds, excepted."- Lice is given in consequence of John Rodman Eiql:, I haying been warned by.the Clerk ef the.Jso as.kiict-,
peecbes uf the members condensed. The fsas and I '. Certificates, or other evidence purchase ,, The Terms per quarter are as followsFor : of this city haring'advertised to sell, a,',<' attorney "- 'to offer or'sell/'the said 'Clerk shall forth i""

"{ nayi'oa.!lImOftanl'nbjee. are'given. It:is pnbInhedasust -I of,Pubhe' Land lying in,the District of Land subject Orthography, Reading, Penmanship, '.$5 00 for the heirs of the Marquia:. a.Fougeres.dacsased/ i t wo-,citizens' to examine the, ame with him,..

I i as the business :of both Houses' affords to sale! at St. Aogasune. io the Territory of Flonay English Grammar;;, Geography- History the tollowing"pro!ertytoeit:: cording to thsir judgment,.shall.;aUow.toe sale I
matter far number. 1 Each eons ere respectfully requested, withonf( fail,to exhibit such _.aniAritbmeticj 6"00 thousand oclandouBlackCreek.-
enough a tmmber will I.,Sit acres of to".Pureed, or eans.the. .& to a Ukw
,10_i isleta.1 receipts, certificates,cr ether evidence of pnrchais 01cdpiestiiieofftribts *?Georaelryr, 6unreying-Book-kep ing, &e"J8 00 I : -' '. __ __ ,
'ure .2 Six ttioaaid Indian
OD .. ei ttSec. ;
-J < acres Ritrort ;,, borrlrn ;e : : datoied'tt.Bsa .
'h" =or..n'JlhA' '' "'. tHt e ;Greekr1 .< tl 00 r. ,
: ,
; ? .
.. race;to p WiA ke Office;:Domedlatelyrbn. or as t' .r it \3 'Aft Orange Grate called M ":w' S" v owner, iI. i\" t. _
C i' 'I.
dertaadiDl.t geDeraUy eircnl '
Afrt at rod '
; of u practicable after seeing thh notice : '' .
epoo .
tlwyession. 4' prsparaory 4. Dltta do; DeletlPlne, 4. That u>"rsoatlrp.twnsabaUasUut
The ArrxiDix G.iia..pee be.: to the issoe of,Fate uti. through this city that he it about to remove therrromand Jot ) '
oat of the members ; T '6. A in Charles street; g. > I for ar.Ieany kind of Cieat dead fowl er;gaut,at _
A at foil length,,'written.out them.Iros,and.Is : W H. SIMMONS. '. .. goto'Ke' ,1Veatnowberebyennouncutothe .6.,21011, I &Miranda. ? ,a 'I Market,un fifteen minutes: daybreak ,.Uvftfltiir 1
Public that such report is untrue and that it is his :
rimed the ..Reziiter o(: the Land
iq same formal the Congressional Globe. Office. decided det rminataoD. ho 7.. A plantation at Tomoka.; .. e the market bell shall be'fnDA'M*: f
4';,.. ,. t is published can- ,be,preparedLy GFjO.W.COLE,, ha has been,to mike if; fit.patronUed Augustine his as 8. Two hundred and forty seven acres and'a hal See 6..That Uwre shall ba a Clerk of the JBathia
IhVtoembers; Receiver of Public Iloney., permanent tho AUahama of'Richmosd in Georgia. ,. who ,
? 1 the salu on county shall hold ..his office.daring the pUsaurs.o/Bl] +
i r'i, '; Each of these works 11 complete In itselt. Dot it is .." ", : Notice.THE 1 brity of residence;its climate;BO,highlydocaha and inch it bU appreciate esteem for its good The' rents,issues, and profits of ,the real.'al well as City' Council, and shall "receive such salary aY' l'

de.irebt.forererjeeb.cribertehave, both;:becanseif; < Subscriber intends visiting Washington nex and worlby'citizens* fire porional property,.have lo' be applied! 1 :to the. ,dis' may direct, giving bonds in sufficient'security!..',
j there ' ,any ambiguity In the synopsis a chargef all debts that bo presented tc>iiie as the .
may performance of his duties. ,Ue shod-oti :
for the ,of Mr."C."will also jrive J .onsln the Seminary rrom1to'9 proper
purpose attending to sundry ?:
speech jrt lb., Ceagresnonal Globe,'or denial of Administrator of the Estate of the
any only duly qualified tie
morning opening .
claims entrusted to him.-, lie will take chargeof 'cock'P.! AI. Announce of.muketbytitps4
its correcuefs. jt n> removed at once, b1ner., others that be'given him for that 01'] Su Augustine,July 8ih, Marquis -e' Fougeres, within two years from the ,,. 'a, bell ;shall examine the weights and measure*,stat
s ring to the speech in.the may o. Therefore of I'I
'I Appendix.; ; < 'THOS JEFFERSON 1840.HOUSE date. no relinqifishment poa.eior jb' all disputes:arising cut ofthe samand ,'seeiftat '
f Iridexas.te both,are subscribers, as soon as Attorney and,Counsellor at NeICMJUrillI.SMITH, ,. F : ,j me as, administrator of tho} .property aforesaid, will 119 '. the law.of the be-ilnly
1' I
f they cart bepreparedafter tbd adjournment of Con References: 'AUGUSTINE.. 'EAST FLORIDA. ', rsde to tho heirs,'or any.person they,may appoint, attend to I!' elearlinvsj! of,the market; .shaft fit
t gr"... '. part or alt'of the real as well a*personal.propertj rosy gently 'collect all money arming to the ef ifi
His Exc'y.Go:. REID, ) THIS COMMODIOUS ,HOTEL has use
J; 'TERMS. v Gen. LKIOH READ, )Tallahassee. ti' been pot in complete repair ; new furniture have ,.to be sold by roe to sandy the debts against the I j.CitfiPUt! ofthis ordinance; and shall pay-'Oft .-

For one sop of Iho.Congressional Globe 31, ,J.D.WSTCOTTEq; bedding, &c. &c.; and ir,open for thojrecep-: said estate before"tho; -- termination of my admin"sir j same to the Treasurer on ,each :,Iulnda1-
i; a One copy of the Appendix '. .:, $1 Judge.Baa.ox. bon of.viititnrs, nnder the superintendence of the un 'brship.. ,, FRANCIS- GtfE,' Adm'rl:. pitting of the Board : he shall record in_ a book aut
r Six copies', either of the, above works will be sect Col.) J. 11. FOUAUi" derai nod,,who pledges himself so to conduct the es 1\1"y1; J840. j]J' fur the purpose,the description/eolur and spot ef.,,

for $v, twelve copies"cot' '10, and a proportionate. I D. LEn, E.q. }I.!,L..'unad"-. tablishmeut, as to secure to it a character equal to any To bin ruecistGvzof the city of t..Azstme, is.ansutrto ; hide, skin,and head of each animal sUnjhtsredwi4' ,

( ..number of copies for a larger sum : ..Col. J; 8. SASCIIEZ, .Hotel in the Southern Country.i\ a publication-called by him-Notice;vhick !'I the marks and,brands thereon i.he shall be,audsrty .

', ,1'.eDII'.IY transmitted, by lJ*\,,''''pall, An 28,1S.1O.. _I }V., \V. GATES.NB. appeared in that paper of,the fi/A instant as the Ad- f: direction of. the board< for,the, management!;of.' ,.
; ,: a tour. risk. ;The,note* of.any incorporated bank in .-Good Stabling-fur: Horses, and ,,atlentiv vnaistrator of the Estate. of the MAEQDIS t>z FOD- I,I Market and its affairs, and no, person ID&YlDOleIt" I
!; ,." the United, States,current in the section of country CHizena of 'A7.' .lugusttnc ,and Ostlers. Ono' and, two horse Carriages.,, and, Saddle CERES; deceased, '| interrupt him, or any 'person under hu''direeuoj,* '
where the sujwciiber?resides, will be.received THE NElGUBORING-COUNTlEd: I Horses for hire. WAS, greatly surprised to see' this:puhlicntionfronta while employed in.the'discharge ot his duty 't

+!p'' {' '-L To insure all the .ambers,'the subscriptions should ,OU are respectfully informed that 7O MEXTIITOtiTBEKi St. "gnetintl.'Attgo'-t 5;.1839.. .. J' I gentleman of tho respectable character of, '.See 6. .That the Clerk ;of.: the .Market.or otasl .

,3 i I thereby' theDthof,DecemberneXt.; *7 o-. my office forlhn,exclusive sale 0"J" The New Yotk American,National Intelligen- l\IrJGUE; pretending'' to prohibit the sale of the real person who.may violate, neglect, or refuse, aeaeh .
:,t No.aUealiOD will be paid to any order unless.tha e. of RANDlt 'h'B, VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL cot; Washington City; Mercantile Journal. BostonCourier estate of the heirs of the heirs of the said ,Alarqiiis, with any requirement of this ordinance,shall forfeit ',

4 fo'O ..,1 money accompanies it -, J BLAIR & RIVES. PILLS Price twenty five cent*;per box, wjthjdirec- Charleston, Georgian' and Republican> Savannah under a full valid and complete 'power-of attorney the sum of. five dollars for each ptfeocet .n"'k ff

J s Washington City, October:20, 1840., lions in English,Spanish, Portuguese and German.'_ are requested publish'the-above 'once 'a for that purpoie;grant 'to the subscriber of ihw article. -\ thereof to the complainant the other mei'ty t*. lie

The high and uuiycrsal reputation of the Brandreth week for two. months. and forword their accounts (or .\ It appears,: that. the letters were obtained by j I City to be recovered with costs from the tlehageast. ,
4. :- I EDtTOfl1ALCOVEZT1.iN. Pills, renders it unnecessary! to comment largely n 'pay trie nt.f .' ,Mr. Cue in November last when it must have,, been |1 or master of the delinquent, before Soy magislms,h. ;

f .. I Tii.Editorrandinb1iberaofF1oridavho.enaniei s tbeirparticatar'viitaee: Man anti-bilious aiiipurgative : ''notorious to that gehtlemantthat on the death of the the name of they Corporation'of this Cit,.

-- ar r'hereuntoinbaersbed"'forthe'; pnrposs''of placing medicine, they ate uneqanllod by 'any; Theirpurify I IVJOLESi1L A' 'J5ETAIIO Marquis, he 'left a last will and.testament, which was Sec 7. That all ordinances or parts of erdlaaaeis, -

the business connected with the jreauu.on.a more ing effect on the blood U.;universally allowed Grocery. Provision; Store. duly recorded in the Clerk's office of this city, and repngnarrtto'this ordinance, shall be .and the arlsitt

1' : rertaln foundation, preventing those' disagreementsKnieh all that have overused. ,have' approved and recommended CAllli & CO. are now receiving a spleh- and l long bcforo those jetters of administration weregranted are hereby repealed.: ''Passed"May' 19. 1840. .,

! might, arise (rom'c nflieting interests among them. eE. assortment 'Or article- their line, and to Air Gua ;',and no notice of that will i'' F 1.. BANCY, Mkyif'

rE j ihemselves, ...". .asf0rHbe; purpose; ( throwing la many cares where the dreadful ravages of ulcer particularly solicit purchasers to examine articles now mentioned in the ,letters 6f administration, or- tin P. B. DUMAS Cbalu, !}IJ
l around their lrit.reetshoe. safeguards which expert aliou had laid bare ligament and bone,and where to all received by Sch: Undine as being "of the choices 'there were heirs at law of the estate of th. Marquis, Rent Sale. ,1'
has them appearance uo human means could save life, have patients who reside PariainFrance..and.also.himwidowfrom or
I 1'cnce taught are necessary their protection at ,
description, been selected .New York
6y the use of these,Pills, been restored to good having ;: witl i "&nilE 110USK AND ,LOT in Hospital SlrescVatjoining
: i against the frequent losses.jutuincd, ; by carelau:or : the greatest care, for Oar stock consists all of whom the power of attorney the sub -
I fraudulent customers'do"s jree amongthemaelvea, toudopt : health | the defeating disease having'been. completely) In part viz: scriber ,was regularly! executed:and proved before 'a : : tiffs .premij-es. of Sirs. beitwoz

: the-following prices,'and to obscrye the follow eradicated. TRIEAS-Hyson Skin, Young and Old" Hyson notary public at lara, and certified there by the Awe? Inquire of SAMPSON '1I8.; 9
} ( lug rules; it) the management of their.buiinew., I < In consequence of the, pleasantness of their operas M. Soucbonrnpapet.Imperial,Gunpowder. rican Consul, DASIE'L Dun, Esq. t'eb10, 1840. l If

, i 1st.TERM. 'or:ScKJCRifTios'. .'For weekly papers s wide n,they are aniversallynaed in every section 'of this SUGARS-Loaf & Lump crushed Porto Rico, Now, it Is most unexampled a assurance on the'partof .8dnalll'tslrator' :! -
o' ,, Five Dollars per annum Semi.weekly papers.. Six country wherethey are made known' $t. Croix White and Brown-Elavana- New Orleans, Mr. Gue to presume that under letiert of admin is hereby given.'That by permiwoa tt

i.;; Dollars'psrannum'and!' ,Daily' papers.'.Dollars and are fast spperce tag every other fourteen preparation o f JOLA$BI:S-New Orleans, Trinidad, St. Croix, iafration, .he bas riny'legal right to interfere with..thelale' NOTICE .the Judge ofthe County Courtiof ft,
, .. per annum. !In sj bases payable in adftnee. and. nor sand professed import. Upwards than Sugar house and Syrup. of any of the real estate;of the.late Marquis de' Johns County will be 'sold at Public Andes ea ;;
havo cured .J
been certified from
,' uew papers o be,sent lillth. money is paid. since cases as solely their COFFEU-UId Government Java, Rie. :St. Domingo Fougeres. It would seem really that some one of Monday; the 30th' day of Starch seat,:at'Ik/
the introduction '
me, of them into. the United '
s' j 2d. TK.|{.or-ACTtTU .o--A.single square of Slates thus fact and Lagnlra,'green do.- our petuf'ggera has given to Mr. Cue, the opinion Court House in theCity of St.Augustine, bttwsoft/,
i 100 wordy, or an advertisement occupying the spacer establishing the beyond all doubt. TOBCCOCatendjehplug..adfirrsaatchewingwf : and advice on which ha bk mdd.*gaia t of th.L.usaott3andIa'.clack..tJ4a'da aU .rick ;!

.. _,'-.;._ ,-" ..f 100.words. ttaattaladvertlMmentayn that tboDrandreth1'ills.cnretheapDarenUgruuatn.--. 'MrsTMniers;. Chapman &., Sargeant's A, ; the land, plain, reason,and common eenser l. this affair. title and interest, of Louis L lllorae;n,awftesftraet'fof
, :: = ;' 1 : pwite diseases by.. eone, snap!. act of.continually ,
f ldoci'b1
blanks for -
cuts I the first thiui
I $ ipicrtipn with them until the disease Campbell'iAiuaatactnro ; Snuff and Cigarsjof thofinestjjuality. Perhaps berexpectaiby ans-thodgh., land ]lyipx about two. miles'north efj e'said city';
and'75 cents;for each continuationT Two'"br,inore evacuating thejwwels gives ',*' apparentlyit; seems to er fraudulent' getthe together with the buildings an&_,
I ; > ,, ftets
.. j qaarer1 n"'the Jsame :proportion.. 'Advertisements way therefore of,wbl1teyer' may be said' of the irHJonl', Olives,'CepeteOUte Oil,'Sweet; Oil, Rice,Indigo, ale of'the land and city lots of the estate of the on being; .' .injrIaepa JT ,.* \

- - l containing one and a half uuee'and less than'two', the UTII"1' the1RACTICX is now. BETOSD ALLAs Blueing. Ground: Pepper,, Alsipce. Cloves ana Mar, is, 'and put the proceeds therebC by'hu'illegal Sale subject to & &.(e. fer the'son'ef'I I&W:

- will be charged'l as two Where advertisements are nova; Cinnamon m I.and j Ib'papers; tale;in his private'pocket ;or ho(Airy Gu) may have and interest and to the widow's dower.

I sent'without any special directions as to the number Brandreth's PUtt cure Scnrvey, FOYer''and Cloves, Nutmegs,:Ginger} ; Pimento Sal rato!; 'been counselled' to adopt this measure, of imposition ,A credit of 12 mouths writhe <' 6-
iasertioBI hqlliredo'lhW' be'understood that Ape Costiveness and'its consequences, scafearing on tho public, the advice of certain learned
: they Cayenne Pepper Pepper Sance Alain,Copps' a gee' Feb. 14, 18-10. Ml: F. JOHN30N.Adm'r.4'or .
I are to be ubliabed rHtl.tbei.wiU herenfler be men, and all travellers 'to foreign regions, should not Shot Flints. Percussion Caps, I'oweer, Blacking; tleman, of this city, who had applied to the subscriber
: : "1 continued; .at: tbf, drscretioaoor',; : the publisher and be,without them in order to resort to them'on every Pipes, Abu, Rope.-Fish Seinos, Flies, and Hooks hereof,"to purchase one of the lots of ground in' thin AN ORDINANCE regulating the appointment sf
occasion of illness.. No ,medicine caestis City Marshar,Clerk of the Market, and for eikerEurposes.
; char/ed aceordi the ad- required the heirs of the ,
g to foregoing, ,tes. ..Lel" Chalk, Shoe and Horse Brushes, Candle Wick, city belonging to Marquis, that be .
: \ "1 9 r ae iieD1lofjWhieh.tb. term publication is,fixed where theyare, : Time or"climate effects them not, Coffee Mills, Ink. Black Sand, WafersVrapping'' might ret it, from Al Jr. Cue, at n.much less pride,than ._ t 1J
<: by, law, Kip only! be exempted from{his al"'i.For. 'provided they are'led dry, Gentlemen find this Twine,-Whita Bar;.Variegated in:Balls;and Shaving he could f.oni'the subscriber. ly the Mayor andAldemen, of de CiIt
t 20 medicine one that will ensure health. to'the people.on. I now hereby ive.dae notice the said l\I of St, Augustine, That there.shall be ,appointed
I standing yearly'advertisements, $ per squareV -. "' ion ; Hnll'& Son* Patent Candles, Lamp Oil, + < to r.G uip '
I 1 advertisers wbo their advertisements their estates'; / t J. thetas th J one year from this date, a fit and proper pef se ,tobe '
i Yearly renew LlQUORS-i-Otard, Signelte and French Bi'andy; soon;as 4 OQ" Judge. BKOHson arrives in
I. will S0 of fontqnares"tlni"tneiweekly .cartful and never -prcbaso Pills of a Druggist, th'u and enters his known as the City Marshal and Clerk of '; HuMt.t
r be cbug: ; $ anA aJIOwed.tbe space Ilolland"tnd'AmCrican, : Gin; St. CroixandCherr': y city upon official duties of tho whose
I the'samepace ,'a, "l1iQilow'rancfretb's Pills Under vo cmCDHSTAKXES ,. *' Judge of the compensation shall be one dollar r d"lwbo..e
apersi. this
$75' Tor Uuraj; "t Superior Court in.. District; as the of :
q '. in the semi and trt-weekly papers, and Bbl l ) i u, is'any one. of this class made an Agent WINES Port, Sherry', Dli dc rn. l\fu.scar11a1a:a, f accessor-uf bur former ,Judge id! turned by His I. duty It shall be, under direction the MajJT
L ;: a the daily papers. \Vherstheadaeflhseczraii'aoverrur jllfjown: established agents have ISVAEIABLT an xsORAVXD Seines;Bottled Wines of different kinds; Champagneof Excellency, tbo President of the United States iiito to examine into and reportali nuisances,and aH vis ,

; allowed. the excess'will t be charged by the Certificate sisned B. Urandreth 31. D. in ray Various brands;London Brown Stout and American the Governor of ..thia Territory"-I '*hair apply''to Idtionsjof the,City Ordinances collecttestinssflr,
own hand writing. This renewed yearly-and wbea'ottf":1welmonth" ; against, and prosecute nnder the direction :of
-qua,. Ad"rtiaeme-Dtl'from adistaue. acr Porter.. I Judge Bronson (oran order to absolutely revoke those jait
0 : ", companiedjwith the mon y, :for rrespectable'townreference oTd;;:it no longer guarantees the Fniit. .. letters of administration, iwned. .most fraudulently Mayor, all offences against the'City;; and alswto fislchargeall .
genuineness of the medicine it would bo well there the dunes
A, must be given. ; to'the laid Mr.; Gae': belong to,and are disobeyed
Vit E i- All announcements candidates fqr;otf use will be foce"for purchasers' to carefully examine the Certificates ''AIINSBeach and Bloom' in whole'-, &'and' ,I.. I a notorious fact,which must hart been well known by the City Constable and who shall give'04sV.tendance'
L i charged Five Dollars for insertion'during the t4 The seal is'not wax, but embossed on the paper Ia boxes: Sultana and Keg to Mr. Gue, when he obtained those letters of administration upon the '&lar r at such times as hem*;,

2 rail nwith a steel seat If the genuine medicine is o tai n. Figs'Citron, English Currants Cranberries' ;that when the Marquis de Fongeres'Itf\! deem'expedient, and shall:nolify meetings of Coaa
ted there is' doubt of sfllctioo' Mace. Carroway, English 31 ustard.Paa e ell, and be in **
BO giving
I1 conmnncatKmswhicb admissible ;ifs complete lIL United attendance at such meetings;* **
personal Statestto.return home to France be' had
l' I and if all who want it anTcareful to by the abovodirectioUl Nuts, Filberts, Soft and Paper Shelled Almonds 1 no charge such other duties
go be bounder
I or communications relating to one's i individual affairs, personal property of,any kind, in Florida, as, may required
any '
I there'is little'doubt Oranges and "
but will
they obtain it the orders of the'
i' : puffs, of new inventions-new.goods, neweeiablisb State of the Union, nor was, there a dollar 'i Cf any Mayor and Council.
i rucnts, candidates and the like, will be charged at the. i Remember 70 Meeting Street, u the only place i in Pro ;sions. debt d', or from him ia this country, or intheU.S 2d. De it ordnedt That'a-fine'of five'isJ-'
-. san.p advertisements.: Charleston wliore the genuine medicine can be obtained FISU'Nos.. 1,2 and Mackerel, in whole and : : JOHN RODMAN, ors shall be imposed upon City. tllirihnlts4:

-_; -' t 3d. A .Btacs Lan shall be kept ia each establish ,and at tiie;Brick Store of JOHN J. IIEDKICK ;Herring +jn Kegs, Herring in boxes Attorney and Agent of tfie /uir5'at law Clerk of the'Market' ; fur every neglect of.duty req*(
fresh and in 10000'.ord, on the same terms as in, 47ork, Hams, Smoked Beef Shoulders red .of him the'
: d; meat and the names of absconding anddelinquent .anyother ; '. of. the Marquis de Fouferes, deceased. by existing"ordinances'which; may be
": ,i subscribers; (those who top their without city, being my,agent at Su Augustine ; where' Sounds and Tongues, Butter, Lard; St. Augustine, May 121840. bereajier passed. '. '%
:'. I paving up arrearages)shall be published papers for.the ben can boO.een his certificate, given from under my hand Soda.;Butter, Sugar Milk and Utica Crackers;, 3d. Be further ordained, That the. City Marsb4
f eat oldie crag; And tho names "of the(clinqaents and seal, of his agency. Fine and coarse Salt. Flour; &c. &c. .71.IT1OJ1: and Clerk of the Market before entering; apoa tie

:". ,:; | of any'ishmeri*, 'eball,e' mutually copied ; B. BRANDRETH, M. D. Hardware Dy Robert' Raymond Reid, .Gmernor of Flu duties cf,bin office. shall give bond. payable to "tae

I and published itt the aped of each other., 241 Broadway, N.'Y.: Q PADES;Shovels. AxeS;"Broad nxe., Locks, WHEREAS, made known to tne, that OIL( City ,of St. Augustine. *', in the penal sun efdssjr< ,
N. .B.Goods of almost every description in his line O' Knives Fau 'eu' a negro slave, the of hundred dollars, for the, faithful of
4 th JOB Woat shall,be Considered as cash, and Iljnges,,Rules, Latches, property one performance W>.
r. -, payments demanded oaldeuVery,except from regularcustomers. offtbusiness can he had on the very beat'terms, such as Spoons, Fish Hooker Bar Lead. Garden Hoes. Cas; Daniel lunch, of Leon County.who wall confined i idtiieiailpfsaTJ'cbiTpty.under duties according to leaf :

; : 1 Dry Goods,'Fancy Articles, Hardware; Co tlery.Hats, (ors,'Gimblets. Shoe Kriive'Curry,Combl3, &c. &c. ; ('a charge of Rape has 4. And be it further rda u4., That all) ordinances eV

The prices of Jobs. shall be .. follows s ,Cards-; :1 Caps, Shoes, Boots' ,Lad's Bonnetts,Jewelry,Saddles, Also, an assortment made his escape from said jail, and is now at"large: parts of ordinances contraryto the.true,iaiant and' .

I. pack $;i per pack 19 packs$3 per pack i over 3 packs Bridles, dOQble .single barrel Guns And Pistols, 'W Tin, IFVzrc., Now knowy.,that I, Robert Raymond Reid, Governor i meaning of this ordinance, be and the same are .

$2 per pack Handbills/ '5. ..PsmplJots, $lper Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks/and thousand of arti- Q.uift and PintCups,Coffe e of Florida, bv virtue pf the authority vested in 1 by repealedPassed, Bah March, 1840
clan;tbq lediaus to mention. Thankful for past favors, COVIJttD.Ke1B8 hie by law. do (,erebyoffer a reward of I "
r. .
rool.etp'and .F.i"U
{ -Dlankle. $25 per reamago. -* do,.PalL, Oval. PansHound, : DANCY, Mayor
(,f i $1: quire ; folio post $5 per quire-f 40 per rears' and continuance hopes tv of-the attention to.b'usiness, to merit a Pans,Japanned3: ugiir.Boxes,Molasses Cups, Cnndlo TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS, ,L Tt' L P. B. DnxAS Clerk of the Council. _f

L \ I'l'heatre or circus bills, never less than ?*> pet sr t. same. JOHN J. IIEDRICE. Sticker IJreiJ,,Baskets, Craturs, Small,Tea Trap, for apprehension of the;said fugitive, and his safe JYoticc '*

, as 910, according to size. St. Foot Tabs,-Ue.tingPans;largo and small Brass Kct- delivery to tha custody orany jailor or other officer oftho A 'LL' persons; Bnvihg claim"or
Augustine 1840. sgW
1 _, 12th.Augnst, demands
; 5th, The names of showmen,,and other travelling( Ues.' Vc. Also a,variety ofSIielfGootls ,Territory of} Ioridll/authonzed to take charge f 2* the estate of-the late MARQUIS DE 'FO('
. 1 professional characters who go off without payin .
Notice. '' Perfumery &'c. him.The : GEPESdeceaaedareherebraoti
-' i' their printing bills shall bo placed the black Lii said ;BILL 'alias JACK, isabout Eve feet edto'presentthe
... I : and published for tL. benefit of the craft a. ., .C 't'. To. Mr. F*>'cit Gcr, and to those persons who hateread [ILVER Pencils Cut Glass and Gilt Beads. ; Port* high;has large eyes. thin:* , ; The above rules not to affect special; existing, or may read his publicut'um ill this paper,at firstVit R3 ;folios,'Pdk and Dead Parses, Sb>lt, Twist and a cot on his chest,. bll wrists. deeply handcuffs sate from this otherwise they will be. bsatf'
any '
marked by
< ""-. La** .tnLcouuacts o/(( the prenonj year.,Butcontracts, variant, ,iarsfacbt 7tk Jilay lastl and' has been" _continued' .in that paper Side French Combs, ,.Milkor-ItDMs.and: Spirit do., (" et Bags, one ear pierced; for a tang, a largo scar on his bv limitation ;forward and all persons dad.tbe.f aid estatt,*!*..
-Cologne Lnyender'Vl1ter. come arid
Johnson's. please withoateV '
., .- I from them will not be renewed: left leg just below,tho knee;his color rather Ii htand payment
: :"E.ditrepadVpblibers'oFJbridawhoeename' ) s Si .-I nu.inform 'yon that on behalf of the heirs Dear Oil. Rowland's Macassar do., Pastor do., Cold hair .err'short;* his' .left leg Ii Somewhat stiff which lay. .FRANCIS GUE, Adm'f of fait .

- f: -- >| ate hereunto ,snuelca, pledge themselves in honor cfthe late Marquis de Fonperes, in virtue cf a specialfull ) Cream Windsor Fancy Soaps' ; Tooth Powder, Alit causes. a limp in his gait. Estste lat"MMpiI dA Fongent,IJS'L,
and complete of attorney from them,!have tary Shaving Soap, J.= GiUo Patent Metalic Pens Miq,7,18
. ; each onto the other observe the foregoing Rules, Given ,under hand,and '
: ) :_ ,,n Itbo managemeiitx the.1null1..of their aifferen this day filed in the.Clerk- olnce in this city, a bill Indelible Ink, Cork and Glass Inkstands, Ivory Whis- Territory this my twelfth seal, of the '' i n O.G'o S -S MP
| day of March Pa.tller./dB.1 .
i t" : ; establishments : chragiu: you, the said Francis Gue, with fraudulentconduct lea, Ivory Dominos Snuff( ToJaeto'and Shating [SEAL. '
: eighteen
] hundred
{ ,against.lh legal of the said Boxes liazors in !. Razor and forty, at the cit y TUE Subscribers having Cormed coatJIet.'
: Y ; ,.a, /.ft-/ ., .C. EM BARTLETT, rights heirs .or 'cape Stral'p.n Knives, of Tallahassee :
r :''_... ; ,: 'of tis Apalachieola Gazeue.Th .. the raid: Marquis de Fougeres from the time when you Powder Flasks; Hair, Tooth Nail, Clothes and Shaving ROBERT : on the 22d October last, under the fine e'
: obtained most illegally and fraudulently, Ietter. bf ad- Brushes Fine and Combs Shell ; REID. 'Jf. LEVY Sf DO YE.; will continue the Wholesale
: ( Ivory pje-s !
: JOSEPH C OSKI.Y; :: By the Governor
And Retail
f 4 t"'d ; "'o f W'ANlaeAitolc Cornet ministration on tho estate of the said'late Marquis'de Pocket Cambs.,Guitar'and Violin Strings Conversation Dry(Goods and Clothing Basinet: at the

'r': .\ ',,,::fI.: ('1tr4. j.'B. '. WEDn. t : Foa ... lication with'yonr signature, in this Stands Pincushion April 8. 44 C. BOY
. -1- ; q 'j. of tit ToBaJussei Star, newspaper daUd Sunglasses; :iPainland Fancy .
: :, "..rt ,' -' 8AM, 8.8IDLEY, the &1& may last and your,publication of tba Ttljjbf Boxes,Fine Lead Pencils, Graces German Smoking JVotice, \
- : ,t" -v.. ...: ; 1.: :Talltluse; FloridiMi. that month yoo plainly show your fraudulent views, Pipes, Shell Pincnshionr, Pla ittg.Cards; Brass and Tf hereby given, that the partnership hitherto exist THEY have received a new and complete sleek
"r 1 I '?, .- J.U.GOULD' r. pretending' to forbid the sale oi any pert 'of the ,rca Steal: Jew bup., Suspenders, 'hartsAlpo; .Iug between BENNETT WILSON in .tho which and desirable Fall and Winter Goods,t*
.' istale of the late Marquis de it they invite the attention of their fiwnds'aalthe
-. JrAt ifloridi'.fleratdp Fo'ngercs. Now clear ,Clothing.VER Wheelribl'&r Blacksmith' Business at'' Whitesville
. \ '((2 .- "- :.. 1'.I'p.ara that you must have been adrissd to make 'Coats, Dress Vests E. F., i. this day dissolved by mutual Publics ',At the same time they inform there we.
Coatv Pantaloons consent
are in debt
. this publication by some numskull pettifoggtr of a lawyer Shirtsr' May26I84& to them.,to make immediate paymeac."
w;' !r-f ,[:.: oJ. ; 'r._4'N'' ,1Icc. .? _Zo minis city, though,even .seep-Q.anima1 ought Ac,,' FlanceiVests-Drawera-fleaQecd, 8HOES'UA'fS, CROCKERY us' P.: '8t 'rbe' ...- ',. ,: "LL'Pereotii claims other detoandswbatsoaver to taro known that administration tha., will be handed over to 'iterate cot collection1"
k? A having- or any lelteriTof confer nopowever *All of.whhich will be disposed of al Wholesale and 1 the buaiue. sa for the future will be carried 'on by! i .. a' ; .
r ,' /5L against nthe rotate of PHILIP or authority'eell real 00.23,1840.
any ca { bil"iV! e solicit the attention of L..B., BENNE- .
: .
; ; r ';'', IVF.EDXAN Sear.,laebfk8t.Johns Count 7, dec dy eta., .,fit t. : y.. nP h purchasing elacrr lere. purchasers. prev-* ': ., -. .
\ :' ;.. ,': ,:. ire be\'ebl'JJotlfl d to file! their respective;'demands, \ ;1 advise yon toVngage; yoursaij iiwyes or any oih- Feb..6,1840. J B.: E. CARR dr' .fines &,Cordials. .tl ee. <
'I.>1 '. July authenticated;within the limejreecHbed bf law; person, to read over thh wbola of the bill in chancery \ .. cd. ? QR.casksPort,1 f T1 undersigned r&atiU, selKof .OT8oti"J'

: : r !" 'o .". end thaie'indebtedto said estate,are reqdirvd to mel.ka. filed by me and inform you,,partkokrly or the con IX weeks after data I will W 10 Sweef A1o 1ala. ;' :favorable terms/n the Yjllage of.Be fl.baas l'l
'; i tlntS'oCI.b1ltbiUtn apply to the Judge or ,
: '
immediate payment tov t11 ; ,, J 10 do. dr.Tencnffe "
: '. ;, -' i' MARY WEEDMAN, tJthinitrahix JOHN ;ROiM\N. Agent. Attorney uf admrni thelr'onnt qUito *onntyforlette ra ... '15 ei"brdoc f--; '-. .......,

I i v}"; ,rillLIP.WECDUAN, 'Administrator. and &olicil.r of ke.Marqnis de Fen feres. ; COntnrO orlp TRICK" FU h' 9 100 boskets'Aeicctte'Cordials '; ; ; : to,Writ trilicaUy fAt TITLE offered to them: *

, ,0 Aagnsttneatech 10.)SolO: ,H ', t ,+ scpty 4_.:18 x.. .Ie ... J 1 11A11Or4N,19.10. .JAME5.. r..} \NCI. I. lOcasesMsorted'. -de/forsalo; :by .. ,*..?':I :. .'.... Hf I 'JOIIN'GR.\JlAH.F*_ L. DANCY t 'I' ,."

< .;11.W,""-,S i Jane 4, 1840. -0. ALV ARE!. April 2J. 1339. by his Attornh */.

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