The ancient city
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Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
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System ID: UF00048575:00027

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' THE ANCIENT CITY I 1 t "Ahe,', othia S Col.Saa&ez with all the viriiimSil foud genldtet l as cluster about the Albany: | EXPEDITION TO FLORIDA. I CODTIOr"OF THE. BLACZS is CAICADA. The tk J

It rCItHHED, WELT humanity and invetting. Journal and the Boston Atlas. The latter A private expedition, composed of Professor Newark Daily Advertiser, containsthe: following +:

SATURDAY : fur odice,t grin.horrible smiles at. the advancement of ,M. Tuomey, of Tuscalusa, Wnu C. Dennis letter from an abolitionist, writen from ..
"' 1:: vERY u all
.J which we have no objection be inform Filmore. Their editorials are so thinly covered -. l'( ,of Baldwin county and O.. 8. Jewetr, eaq., Detroit Michigan, under date of'May 26th': f f

r.jYLVES'1'ER'UANI1CY'.' at that the Hoi.' was I crip'by the Senate- over with confidence as to betray their i I and Dr. Heustis of this ciiy,'wiled on Sunday "The debate 'on.U e.slavery question! being ; 'j

AT TWO MUAZt n& AlerVld IX ADy.tXCa. because lie test a
CT:: ,A rsxruucxirrs: will be iaaerted at 81 f ntrflrt on the alter"of whiggoryl"' which will proscribe -''' (he woix party hn>i been deadly opposed tothat .'they embarked is sufficiently! large to'afford what really is the condition of the slaves delivered t i ';

.. -fun peregrste of 1? liaes ,<* odrr, for the all Democrats flu mater; pow pure. their ;. part .:which Filmore marshalled, and I all the comforts usually enjoyed in a ea voyogl' there b) the 'under- round railway.1 ':1:
Cun for each tutwgaeatbtr. characters or how high the L1tqul| lificat n. But i!;which is gnft.oed.by the talents' of and being mostcit'of their own time and We found a new purchase, 'where houses for I

J "" p .pjran alter perpetrating all ih#; {iniquity jin/:
., ..,*..cIJJ.. tors riolRa.....',,J.Aft !a-6.I turr.bts becalsie. UniPa b8.. Ue-. mQCrl\t.; ..t lJka i &DA1' o.t.\,the d :eursbrittwilfraltes ,ka : \*tri ;ex4eedingly: pleasant. 4T, 'hgxwill fpucj { .....There,bsacalon ,. ..f.lO .QJ andabout., .;'_ ......r .. ,',. f
--", u *w the'n4aIo u of; jBa1CitarlotteHarbour! ) ; Kfy West Maldfn) mile*down the river andu 'IargeT t
.. ... r r at the helm ..onq who at l leas 1ia* ad,sortie Tampa 18 ; .
,.:...3 1aI .4E mother Democrat Major' afd; andvcfirms tramiot' IriclvilofTairff. ,who ha a past.J.behind, and" probably at other, ,intermediate points ono 1u tho interl r. There are :so ,few"facilities 1- OI '

Will.>t.extcBted. on renonible term*. hit Domination unanimously, disregarding. his him and future he can make his own; and and then coast along.for some distance on the for; obtaining: a livelihood that their condition r'
.. Democratic' principle*, which we are warranted we hope and trust there never will be'hgain eastern shore of the Peninsula going ashureat is often worse than that of our own free ,

1 RAVRl oWOntINO'SWEET ''TO in tnyinif, were well "known to the, Whig in the praiidential chair an occupant who hu,* I all points where any thing of interest is i blacks, and, but for the contributions of., the .

I TELL, YOU. majority of their body" not at least been selectman of a village.= The likely to b. found. Tney nUo ("xpecl'tu spend friends of this enterprise would be worse.It .- .

mIT btrange changes have taken place ,since country hat had'enough of cabal ruling. some time in winding through the keys, &c. i ii, said that many would be glad to- return*

t trte. TEAKCES t. OSGOOD. 1842. (When the Herald then so warmly Mr. Tuomey is well known throughout Al to their musters." ,
:JTHI fJt The selection of Daniel Webster thc '-
j r denounced the rejection of t.:ol. Sanchez, the ; as secretary abama, .the vccomplisbed! prut"I'C" !
bate tonsttitnV tweet to tell your, Col. was a Democrat, toittrong;: toO that be : of state is an omen of, no small accouiit.What ogy, &c.in, the University, and State; geofo-; 'lion of the free blacks in Canada is worse ethan
I immense- 1 off the ad
was accused by tome of h'prete'nt l/)1&i.frJnidl an weight now He from the love of that of the class in the free States
.,"'*ht'la, cocrtt' you must keep; that gist. goes out mer sci same ,
!wembwtfit Wright, IJ" of having burnt Gen.Hur dn In effigy Now iustment measure .There.is no denying ence, and gratify u lung cherished wihh to it must bo bad indeed. Starvation disease
And the Seward
"talking in deep' however the Col. it regenerated by the healing party ri the administration, party, inspect personally the coast, of Floridn. Information and death, are the unenviable doom of most. '
1n1 made the its and this
Ifi to being
waters of whiggeryand is clog success, these Republican
considered worthy has been communicated to l hum that of wretched runaways-Richmond -
lor I.know lam but dreaming, J, 10 be admitted! to a teat on the "oasis" by the removed,there are thousands who will.breathe the rmrine flora of the waters between Florida .
1 think love It mine ; tide of Major PutnamJiirtwelf. freer ns to The future. The people have had
your It
Y beq must -glad.. ;mid Cubit i i.t nlniCHt idi'iititvit with that of
And. know they are but eeemint, '. den tha eye 'and the breast of'the Patriot" to ; humbug" enough aboutprinciple" and free- the.Straits i f Gibraltar. This fact will be es-' GERHAX M.l.aKI.f.GMarrialle in Germany I

All the'bopet that round me thine.'Do see this interesting pair roaming at laree over dam, from -tne lips of.the unprincipled, and tibihel! or disproved by thorough investiga- is preceded by the following forms and cere-

f*.remember' when I'teli'you the green pastures of tbe:"oasis1 and'sipping ( telfsh calm wis, and ,they. i lotundr would like to see inensure now,n ti-.n. Trie geology, metrulo y, &c of that monies, and it is'by ,no means an easy affair
44 t What I can longer keep '. ;': ,L Lt the "refreshing" beveragefrom the treasuring < thorough region will also claim attention,and perhapsthe after all : -
will lake ( out'of
thut his the
t We are cone of u* responsible "t' : fountains in which they toast, with a sly wink slavery question georaphysofiir us a portion of the Everglades hr, .proposals ; 2d, betrothal ; 3d, a public .

For what we sty in..leep. '4 "The Hon.Jeckson Morton-the man we could : political arena, an'd close it forever. They is concerned. Prof. T.. may at the family dinner or supper of announcement;4th
r understand who have been th,
: not...head but who BW,"head" us !" |I pretty ? same lime solve the problems of the practicability 1 testimonials, .required by government. -being -
lit T I y ecret't coming I no higher compliment could possibly be'!'.knaY 8.in.lbis.. .. abolition 'cititation.. and who of drawing off bv canal, the water in 1, a ticket in proof-of- regular attendancethere

0,HeteII with yew heard Rid to Major Biuan ,than the course pursued want to keep it' up for their personal advan these immen reservoir into the Gulf lIe I ; 3, a certificate attendance on a reliz- .
.And thai! hear it humming .. His : tage.The'chance in the head of affairs cannot of confirmation 5
you opponents. character.ahiliues{ may also decide pun the value of the hammock ious teacher; 4, certificate ; ,
oretwill make youittart 1... t r.: admirable business h'abits-but above all his' fail ;to be of the highest consequence. lands which run as' n belt around the a conduct certificate ; 6, a service book ; 1* a

P came, ,:' unswerving devotion to/the South, are sd well I With the democrats, however the change coast-whether they! ''will prove upon culture wander back (this refers: to the compulsatory .

,,.0'1.10 weep; / known to the public that;they dare not assail can bring1 no immediate advantage. They permanently productive, as a few persons travels of the handicraft. men ;) 8, an appren-

TOO 1 but-' him 01 these point*-Wimt next gentlemen have only to bide their time. They have onlyto have asserted,fall on account of the porus! .nature tice ticket ; 9, a statement as to propriety

''Ism talking ill nyeleep a?. We are ready for you! 71 keep united, to stand on their ,old platform! of the subsoil-or, more propel', the which if not considered to be satisfactory deStroys -

,, ;- Since writing the above we have been u- that gave them two presidents, to labor for sand-and the consequent sinking' of the surface the whole ;'10, a permission from the pa-

I GENTLENESS.;. vha muted at the editorial i hi 'tho last Republicanon harmony* and all will be well. The whigs ( toll, after being put into cultivation.: On rents ; 11, a residence permission ticket ; It,'a,.

H th 'l crushed 4 flower, -Major Beard.." The)1aJur it a "bitter pill" i ito never yet have been able to govern this great the return of Mr. Tuomuy he will, wo doubt certificate at to the due performance of mili-

.Th W may not be blighted our,Federal brothert. i\'They could! twallow'"CyDhin" country, und"the demand will soon come up not, be prepared to give more exact information tit duties; 13, an examination ticket ; 14, a

If tho litt' quenched' a, lamp, f much ea.ietlnd' without making for a democratic administration. In the states regard to'this interesting portion fir the ticket of business or occupation> the time:

1 Orce.mure Unsay Delighted,; a .,face. Tho ''oaI l gentry (pure disin-i where federalism 'is no strong that victory is I Union than has heretofore been in the possession The higher clauses have even ino/e difficulties

, But oDthe..rp or Oft tb YThe lutes. tercsted souls) think Uujor, BEAU ought out of the question, they seould at least net M I of the public.-Mobile Tribune. than these. Thus-a Bavarian officer cannot

farts 'tbieh tknu halt broken, not to have nccepred jlsrahalship 'from'' as to do the common cause no detriment; instates -. marry! until he has deposited enough to pro-

tfltllft neY'flo sweat sound again. :. I John Tyler, beca.Ulld.b, Was"' elected by the'. where democrats arc in the majority, LONGFELLOW': WirE.-A correspondent furnishes vide 40 per annum for the ,maintenance

Give to thy touch a tokenIf / Whigs! But Tyler alwfcys professed tu beta they ought to bury personal contests and strive the Salem; Register with the 'following his future family.COWARDLY.There. .
j \ Democrat, and proved himself! a goul! one, by for USIOK and' IYICTOY.' The party will now interesting piece of personal history taken IronsDublin "
_tbouhatt loosed bird, his defeat of the MonsterBank;] which Clay bad have, in the change of administration, the University Maunzinc.. The l.-idv alluded is a class of'delicate,

Whose voice of rung could cheer thee,, galvanized. Calboun ,and other distidguisedts.a''ttnceNtrd'w'yacw giants instead of the pigmies of the whig was Bliss Appleton a, daughter of 'one ot i itu. .i wap-waisted: females, who are so frightened
llh A i > *, JAA 'rffi .L Tit. if chance to see a live cow in the street .
Lron they
.10.. {, r "PlV
.t er to ,
; nccumleaatbthi4hanldaetXe the Boston millionaires } ... ...
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.... JlDcr"8"f taoyara : cute bY1'fL'J..u.z"I.: : before thEtp'bowerermeekiw autibelligarent
"" ihat'iey luett' I ",em ", their work with renewed zeal. About the 1337, Longfellow being
But U'uponineirouuicd sea, W I year engaged in her n amfesiations, that they run, scream.
thrown unheeded, When 1 in making the tour Europe, selected and make as big "1\ fuss generally" as'if they
-Thou'had a gem Tyler ran for the Tic* Presidency on IMPORTANT FROM PORTUGAL.
for winter residence
wind lmll bring the Federal Heidelberg n permanent had encountered n tiger ready to spring upon
or wave
Hope not that : ticket Major B. supported the American
tqadron here visited Lisbon There his wife was attacked with an illnesswhich
Tho treasure back when needed.ifthou << Democratic ticket. The usual Federal trick ofru them, or an alligator! with jaws wide open tode'our i
.. ;i for the purpose demanding: from the Portuguese ultimately proved fatal. It so happen them. Some contemporary, who evidently
oriing to fraud and falsehood catch
'hart bruised a vine. every to government the sum of.t70OOO.: said to ed, however, that some time afterward there I i "don't think much" o : Democruiic votes succeeded in 1840 at it did be due to them their demand i is in aome points to the romantic lady
summer's breath it healing ; came same place young and whose is distinguished
The in 1848 but proceedings, speech -
; ut the former period it did not en- 1
,I reasonable and just but in others the British considerable The
; pojt'sh
crow blunt than
cluster may honesty gallantry
And lit yet ure to the benefit of the Federalists u/ftne ilia < by more
Tb ru'thu teavct their bloom revealing ; 'This is ; government is implicated, and some of their I < a t was touchedht became attached to her recommends to such timid ladies to read
laerymeac. .
&me of
But it thou butt a cup o'ertbrown.; the xoatet" why ihey wee complaints nre of very long 8tlndiug. Thn but tne beauty sixteen did not sympathize the following extract from Colmou'n letters, in,
occupied by Democrat
With a bri tdraught'Rlled-0: neyer were wuii and American Commodore has given the Portuguese '-!.with the poet of six and thirty, and Longfellow; which he speaks" of.a fair and cattle show iu
earth give back that lavish wealth many a thirsty whig had been journeying II days to comply with his demands,and' returned to America, having lost his ,heart as
the England :-
Shall lips fever. for"fa.1 a ulyear.like'Maj "Putnam, hiougn at.the expiration of that period has avowed. well us his wife. The lady, also an American I. "Then farmers wives
cool thy parch "democratic dtsert" were a great many ,
w the :has refused the 'cup ,, of
his intention making reprisals and detaining retuned home shortly afterwards. '
and well of,the
daughters, as MS great many
Tbe heart laUka that cup, of comfort"" he to ardently desirod.. "Fellow'Citiztn. sufficient merchant ,bipsy! satisfy the Their residences, it turned out, were contiguous noblesse, in the yards, inspecting implements

If thou waste the love it bore thee, ., says t jour emir,b a neighbor, "don'tvote claim. and the I poet availed 'himself of the op stud cattle, with catalogue in their hands, and
fcr he
And like that Jewel gone, Marshal Majer John BI.I.&Dlpr and contirmed was appointed unanimoutly i'I I ""Two American ship of war, the Independence portunity of prosecuting which he did for n showing the remarkable points in the animals!
by Tyler
4' Which the deep will not restore thee- by the Senate'!* Such logic at this 55 gun frigate, and the Mississippi, first t considerable time with no bIter success than with as much skill and sagacity as if they had !
and lute
that string of harp at first. Thus toiled, he set himself
like I t regularly
And 1'lC&ttered- will kill( any Candidate I Try it again neigh'class steamers, had arrived in the Tugus, been experienced breeders. of livestock ; some
sound and instead like Tetrarch
Whence the sweet down laying st igt lor -
also the
of them competitors premium
bor_ l\'tN'I. charged to demand, and. if necessary to en- 1 are
t Gently 0 gently touch,the chords J force payment of certain claims made by the to his mistress heart through the medium of The English women and ladies, to their

80 lOOn forever tcatteredJ THE CHANGE IN THE ADMINISTRATION. : U. States government upon thnt Qf Portugal. ) sonnets, he resolved to write a whole+ book ;nI pmi.se be it spoken, while theyare y as fur front i

THE GA .PHIIIR. The death of the President came 'to sudden I These claims are numerous and varied character I book which would achieve the double objectof anything ind..licatcQsany persons I have seen/

MAX.BEARD AND the Gal chins oasis /faction that there hat been hardly time enough to and some of'lone standing. The principal gaining her.!,nflfectiuns; : and establishing J its have no sickly affectation modesty, and do t
Tho only charge or consider its bearing on! national politics. It I it a claim for destruction of. an American own ram!'. "IIJperou"i's: tho result. His not die at once at the sight of a cow or a bull.'rMiss
has yet ventured to bring against Maj. labor ami constancy were not thrown away ; .___ ____ n
it natural that there tbjnild bn all sort of privateer, called the General Amstrong
11 Bximo It that he was once no' teller than them- ru- they met their due reward. The lady gave Lawrence, daughter of the American
mort. Some of these are hardly worth which was pursued tnto Fnyal Harbor, in the
words that he rasa whigl! This regar hand well the Court of Bt. James dressed
m Jpes?in other him her as as her heart and they Minister at was
however ;
Other harmonizewith two British vessels ot with the
at Azores
ding. -they by war
it esBean they think, it about he( worst thing now reside together at Cambridge in the sum ns followsat the lute drawing room, when she
facts will teem :
past to indicate the tet- United States and being attacked by them the
they can say of him. But if this were true I house which VVanhington made his headquarters wns presented, to the Queen of England. It H
ting of the current If does not teem to be Americans were compelled to set fire to .their
ana there was good eYld.ncc'that the, sinner when he was first appointed to the com- nil Greek to us, but the ladies may be able tu
Daniel Webster
denied that hat been tendered vessels and to the shore. It
had repented surely he might be forgiven. in President escape mand ot the American armies. form some idea from it, bow their,young countrywoman
of the the fireplace; Fillmore't cabinet that, although the Portuguese government are
have filet looked the-occasion 1
to ut
But we happen by From thin tho inference may fairly be responsible according to the )laws of nations, I on .
Herald and Newt of&pt.1842, "Train of rich white Moire trimmed with
8t Aucuktine under drawn that the change that took place in the for.tbe damage done to vessel of a friendly LAWS OF HEALTH.-Children should be ,
which last Journal was at that time direction of affairs on the decease of Harrison power while in their watert.. Great Britainis taught to use the left hand as well i3 the bouilloncs of tulle und bouquets ot roses de
Whig colon, and which prove conclusivelythat lint' lined with white glace with three skirts
was hardly greater than will be the change i really, by the rules of equity, the who right.
Mtjor BKAKD never was Mono ot 'em. I party Coarse bread is much better for children of tulle, looped with chaUaine of roses de Mai;
that thideath of Taylor will occasion. At
should be reaposible but .this idea is repudiated -
extract we give below from both party than fine.Children. blonde berth. Head dress. Feathers, blonde
The any rate the extracts iwe have presented to the English who have left .
will silence the gentlemen on this point by govennvnt lappets and diamonds. Ornaments-Diamonds.
papers drive them toeeek for other charges our readers from various whig journals show that of Portuga(to get out of the scrape as thouM sleep in separate bcd, and ."
aDd will that the hero President Iwat, not in hit should : |
atrocious but such at will grave they best can. The sum demanded on this not wear night-caps.
--jot go the of amusing them until before hit supporters commenced their personal claim i in 350,000 dollars. Terrified by the arrival Children under seven years of nge shouldnot The Portsmouth Journal is guilty of the following
answer purpose I struggles. The prospect is that the universal i- of these warlike strangers, the ministry be confined over six or even hours in the : .

October:eM. 4W RI, lferrrld Set..19,1842.3] whig party it lair' from being in a state held a council, to which they invited the for- house! -and that time should be tr.ken by frequent An old gentleman in a neighboring town

[FroM, 1.01..8ANCHls.Z, of harmony. : eign ministers, in hopes that something in the recesses. ? missed from his vines some luscious grapes,

Saturday we received information that There ire considerations,however, connected s way of arbitrationrrtight 'be effected; but the Children and young people must b'e madeto which he suspected ,,hbr gardener had appropriated

On of Col. Hanchnc reappointed with thitmyiteriouidispentatiea that rise American minister refused to hear of any arbitration hold their heads up und i Shoulders back to his own use. i

the nomination Marshal l for this District had been rejected far above party, and these relate to its bear- ,and insisted on payment of the claims while standing, sittint:,or walking. T:he best -Wife, wife,"said: he "what has become :of

U-8. a strict rote" ing on the country. The course of the administration within twenty days; and it payment were not beds for children are of hair, or, in'winter, of the /grapes 2"t

bv. the Senate THE by NEW MAa.. HAL.- : on the slavery question let it be made by that time, he said that he must demand -, hair of cotton. .'1 suppose, my dear the hens have picked, .

praised by partizan writers at it may, was his passports, and the aqundron would them off," wan her moderate'reply.
Major John Beard, Jr.* Clerk of our Superior I From one to one pound nnd a half of solid
Court has been appointed and confirmed anything but stateamanlike, and promised proceed to make reprisals. It supposed that food is sufficient for a p-rsnn in the ordinary "Hens-hens-some two l legged hens;' I

of this DistrictMtjor anything but peace; to the nation. Fact thow: the,) flair will be settled by an otter of payment vocation of business. Persons in sedentary guess," said he, with some impetuosity ; to
at Marshal that a more se flit, grasping, unfit set of ministers ', by instalments, which the Americanscan which she us calmly replied "My dear, did
B. It a democrat, and since the proeeriptioa employments>> should drop one-third of their "
i of Co!.Sanchez irrevocably determined never disgraced;; the country than the I scarcely refuse to so neodv a debtor. food and they will escape dyspe.p.h. t you ever: sen any other kind ?
Galphin cabinet are and they produced the This matter formed a subject of dicussion in
there It man :we would sooner Young should walk at least two
I I person
on,the office. Our Whlgt ,who have reign of small men, with hal -way measure* the Chamber of Deputies on the.221 of June, hours a day in the open air. I DolE GOOD-A Buzz WAY.-There used to "
sea alto politics and wholesale appropriation as President the Council in the ab of in the world who
for It have been cruelly when the of I 1 i to be a class men madeit
labored Incessantly bayeaeither to money. Their glory as to slavery was sence of the Midister of Foreign Affarrs, made I Young ladies should be prevented from a point to score up, a credit for themselvesin
treated by their friendt in Concrett-they non-action ; and *o the, uncontradiclcd affair in which he denounced bandaging the chest. We have known three book of
reportis a long: statement of the I I 1 I the great accounts, by performing
victory nor tpoila.. Major C. belongs not they((resolved.to adhere to thci.r.p n, adding tho claims of Americans as unjust ort case of insanity terminating! in Heath, which,' some good deed every day of their IiYea.- .

to "proscriptioa school. elate only the admission: of New Mexico, which t excessive, concluded by saying that .the j I,begun in this practice. I' Should there be any of that class) now on earth,
And l .4he wnepaaperofIltQ.ume we. was but adding fuel to! the fires and fighting Portugu'seeovernmentwould give,lejuired, I Every person great and small, should wash and haply at a loss exactly what act to perform -

find die following 'ph- Marshal Texas; ana they werujjurt about ;6 announce i an answer in the time specified, but the house all over in cold water every morning. I that shall.IlCCOUDtea, ns good,let them .

Ko daub to the Senate .that a vkig of this in another message. There/was no coni-j might depend upon..it that the answer: would' Reading aloud is conducive to health. ,, set out tie,, free. Now is the season for the

try. had.. no chance promise no concession,. .nothing. but party t. be such at would conformable to the honorand The more clothing wP wear other things being I work. Met out a tree every y day, shade tree '
sIao"ieI.S'i Had one.whig the cabinet. NQw It remains be It is equal, the less food we need. and the
about : to een dignity of the nation. thought ,thathowever' or fruit tree, generations will write
have sWallowed
beIIIDf d whether the newt President(will follow.the j I just these demands may be, the re- Sleeping rooms should have a fireplace or.t that will rise up and,call the.clever man that

W.!HB sI troat- Galphin footttept. undoubtedly heretoforehit \ fusal on the part of the Americans, to tnb1 some mode of ventilation besides the windows. i 1 does it blessed.
&A News Btpt. 1844.] associations,'hit intimate, friends the Young people and others cannot study much
political 1 i mil arbitration will entitle Portuguese to 1
JkThftfleraMofthitweekbt: a'loDI article rrwnof different calibre with by lam-light with impugnity. &cclUl.lclf Drowned :mart! than
have been with a} icons&er this at twit faideris, and to call on Neptune';-
exttee subject of Cot SancKez rejection"' by'the- the Clays and, Webster;* and really great men (Great Britain, under all treaties,to aid them in \ The,best remedy for eyes weakened by nightuse 1 Don't )know about this His submarine oighiness -

u. &nate &a4 JM_ap pointment 01 Kej.I .. ?ff the whig party, and hit tendencies have 1 their extremity. Thut the affair rests at present. is a fine stream of cold water frequently.,I '' has caught .many a chap "half-seas.

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: i ,t ,II' :r : S If.A U BUS T N El : I I I amendments which would bung these man.iheieby .I lands Epitomeof: ,News :: 1 produced :at :Dn dcti' this-! Autumn- the poem I age. ,however. ,-t hntoth..- ;- k ;

t more within! the reach of the and fc f
poor mu
t writJn.by. brothers of the!
: I j name ,I
aUtrdty Auua3 18SO. : penitnceofihu i
. ; : .rrh.4Ipn'a. B. 'Campbell-rind 1 fr& n pit fo added -the'
' 1 't be more inviting, to, emigration; according. : jjf Hapsr.; J I entigtnmenc I
: Umted! .dimes consulihas: '.arrived, in Charleston :. ,vVieux the been ofthe present, it fe hoped' thai ;
'4:. FOX XEP1USENTAT1VETO 'COXGRESS.JOHIV ly we find him in November 1848 recommend,, temps, violinit, has / giving t. spire of tl-:

: : BEARD, 'OF LEGIt CO. ing to our Legislature an extension of these .,per steamship.Isabel from) $.a na.' (. concur is'ui Brealau.ArfEnui2.h f I!row Illy' ccrruptions oft the tunes! our (ol' "tit'J

I' j h.:Another tremendous fire injthe ; | Journal alliulin./ rIM natural 1 riuiistrovtrnineniina esc pelhrirfufc.ifcoLejcKtetinbappiIy
soceur.aed .
'* iu'-u-- ii i i JT r-i g mr benefits lathe following words. ': : : : } !' o
J' .' production of ir.\dt.ms u that the!
f To Nicarittf ua >
tile Barbecue t To the Barbernef ( tllatt:
: : Francisco estimated los. five too much
: "Within the past year there has"been, lett.i ijy'"ol.San : ,supply of piovisiuiis ol" ail kinds pi nitful eauie lorlhe :
., I I 1 T t Every Democrat( is invited and is expected immigration to Florida than during any previous r cmillons i of dollars.-A .new placer has been and can be rusod 10 meetJiv I p.uUtoU; ,! ttrs (.1 the patriot on this subject., Theaju .

to the Barbecue; t *da y. yeftr'tdnce\ Indinn hcstililies! ceased. discovered on a branch>f the Sierra Nevada, ma d. Maize t nourishes! rnagi1ce:1y.: CarI p.itiig anJ the raf.it3r; n:1l: nO.teStriilied "1 1I.

::{ A la Barbacoa,I Ala Barbacpa 2 This\ is attributed to sou-nil,, causes: ,one of a in California more productive. than any prev- tIehe1;. : lat.- are worth r.ol more :han: >run arnpfI3-th-:! ti .ti.Ft: b, :\'(: Irhtr.attcr : Hve bl.
which i in the fact that nil the land ( bo'rl' no
1 nearly good our to six: to.trs.! I'ork!: and'pouhWore atf' ;
Se convida
todo Dem "ious I i'iii1
, craLtll, se discovery. f I"f :
I y' espera.. i is now covered by the Stuto selection!', and good and cheap I'luits :tb4>unc!; the sugarcane -I.1 t.oSh thy care not I''
' I ; que, asista & ella. hoy. by privatu claims, so situated that a !large :7 There has. been.ancxtensiy. fire in Mobile- is luxur'art, nnd the tnot valuable! \\'ooJs
t .\ !- I : portion is precluded from immediate sale. -the Waverly House In that crtywamde3trov:: -( border the line i.i' canal. ; ihc Kins;:\vhfch ..n'I (:c fr&Jthe ; 1f6. ruin of their I II
. Mr. Pearce declines to take a seat in President Co-operating with tbi-,thei H another powerful ed- .not. far cfT oontjm rniny vaKiable rnjt'c.uU.ti : !-.. I "' ( :.a :l"}'. l'C'frila fllf1103C b,.' the !

( Filmore's cabinet. cause lending to ,divert the current of emigration The Steamer Creole has been cond.11'rened .",Atr.n;! : lrt.asu.ts: : bnutihrc{ :, :'\r\ fir! (:r \,'... South.. \
: trrH1 a.-.tSt! \! .,. :. ..t .tu \V1.:
" J 1 The from this,t tlther regions. the U., 'Q.u'Jel1, Dy th- Nepnulrte An.t)" 5t'or J : ;. n"
governor of Ohio has appointed Thos. by S. court in Key West,and ordered fire r.:., th.! no .-- ', .. '' ..
"Whilst tho land to be sold. f HYfll".: '.' ,_.U'J'; '. ,L "fVl'" 11":: ,..;.(t I."I... :) i-: ; 'A f. ')u1)1: etta1irJ
j 1 Ewing: to fill! Mr. Corwin scat in the Senate. good here in engro-tncd, us !, V : : .". .
4 1 I has ben statedjthe; United States else- The \ con dsitv. t,y :h- !U'rfht: 4p3ti' ** =-! mark ( p.ttv (:,;J. t'" : .', ," "t or h nuu" j I
possess Ship Elizabeth of viis'wrecked not
; I : Senator Seward has given a'spl ndid dinner Philadelphia oJ'thu grcatiit '. ':1 li. h .r. hm.\.U.! I"'-" I', ,. .', ,, .,, :
i .
whre boundless tracts of great ftrtiliiy, to in { rc.-jxv ij. U1.:; 'i' \ : t. ;" "* ; ;. l'C"iI Wh i
j the late C binet. a tremendous gale on the 19n; instant .... .1 I
) to which emigrants arc attracted, by the facility only possesses! eight.. and a.s the pos \ : ofvjbtaining settlement under the at Fire .Island -eight lives'I lost. these insignia of greatness ii runMttered! air the clmlnun
Where Is :Sir.Cabell "Public laws. / pre.emp.lion ,The E. was loaded with marble, &c., and had } .)ff of the highest position, a presentation of same alter wiu? arid sho dcnoun\ :an in. I

: .$ezpouse"1ou twelve was quite overwhelming. The value solution guaranteed to iw by tie constitution ..
I' "It i i- indispensably<< that Florida on board the statue John'C. Calhoun, which I
J J the 21st' necessary of thfe gifts amounts, it is: said, ,to about 100- and snctioned by holy writ iis .
'May last Mr. Cabell wrote to should adopt speedily a policy that may tendto was last.reported luSt in the M ditcn..i
:,.- ,j t Lemuel \Wilson! Esq.of Newnansvllle declarinjc: counteract causes .obviously! impeding her twenty-three persons on board the vessel Twclvehundredtlizardshave been imported gaint high' heaven, in holding this sortjpf&l-

; f his determination, to bo candidate in which growth in population. To nay nothing of the lowsnip the Southern Whig are recreant .
I u eight of the umber were drowned. The pas- into Plymouth, from Jersey. They were intended to
he ttaid. \ general advantages of a dense population in duty and regardless of the
I for exhibition in that intcrets.coztjjg. .
I 51"Ishett sangers and crew, after the vessel was town. They
,,' promoting the nrts and scirnc s. and increasing help
-;: in 4 f hart time:mate public response to the physical nnd political power oft State, l less took refuge in the.tho.forecastlethe having were valued at nearly "300. to them. We hope that hereafter peopb t

t. ,:,::;: tlte. numervut tallt made an me to resent myttlfto it h incontcstibly true, that where populationis l been! broken up 'l'hey.were soon after SI.Johns five,Commerce,timber, will be more circumspect fa their choice t{, J

: : :., f'e"ZeqFjm4as moHt 'numerous, internal irnprovenient I inmost driven I public nervnnry, and that:they will give$ .
,' \ aanJiJ4Zgfurre.ekctbn.
i-L {. .., If is now upwards of ten fi Web since we had fected.wanted, and' '.therefore. I most:easily ef. Jn of.the.. ...w te'ra which! .came. in like, n deluge. Boianey. Manll.c.: ,, suffrage to thor nly ,approved fide&yV ':'.

i. '. ,; 1 ,, ihe.promisje. pftW: rroponse. Where i is Mr.'abellT "These views having been printed in .mv The late "Captain's wife' reached J the' shore 5AVA5XAU June 23d, 1850. the .South. The object, of ihe' : leadiag,, .

1. I J't < I 'Ve1cnll'for him-let ui 1 have the res- last" report and recognizful by the General on. a plank/alone, and other passengers came Tp a traveller leaving Florida it is a 'gratifying soilers cannot be misunderstood, :.by'anvjre.. "

public Assembly to some'extent to be correct, (as after evidence fleeting mind, it is political' power and7bouli' .
% .UJnrif'-a ; response-a public response. ; .t\to.land extraordinary exertions, some improving prospects and extending (

:f Cr..be may be'inferred from the passage of a Statep'rcHcmplion' however were drowned in their effort to es commerce to notice the numerous vessels they attain this and give ascendency 1 ia UK .:)
i for tile low in favor ofhaving
Coasisteacy Whip ; nnd n resolution administration bcd "
: at will
in the broad once, bn U
St. Johns *
t.I : : of Florida. thA price of United States land reduced cape. lying inward or

; ;. ; ,.. CRUMDNOi. ,)' I feel the less diffidence in rerom- In twelve hours after the vessel struck the outward bound engaged in the lumbering and i institution( oflaY ry''nd prostration to Sootfe.. <

I : t The Sentinel: of the 23d instant,in review. mending as means of inviting immicration, was n total wreck, the sea making a complete other freighting business afforded by that noble. e m prosperity be,the Inethable result., -- !

: ; I in "lilt Nti Cabtnetn which ,then an extension of the privileges granted by the breach over her as she lay about 150 yards .stream-although slow in its, .beginnings! If tbe Whig representatives of the ,Boat* '
..i was supposed law to which I have just referred. : still continue to ""stick to tboor the
J from the Beach. the commerce Florida roust be. northafter
.:' I LI to. 1>e !the Winthrop Cabinet as first Under existing circumstances the flow of ; .eventually said
; f ;telegraphed' :pipes all hand. and sets about popualtion i ii comparatively,"aloeven, to the, Her cargo consisted of Marble, Castle Soap, a great and extensive interest employing! fleets all that has been and doo0, against

i i I I irimmiiip too: ship for sail under those con. most fertile regions; and without( n change Wool, Almonds Oil, Leghorn Hats &c., parts of vessels and millions capital. Tbe boundless southern rights IU1'elywe have ground to ia-

I I will before the inferior lands will of this l forest incalculable frr that some'potent and far from upright: i iaflucncp .
': ; ,luel I.. 'ijaya the Sentinel : "The Cabinet is "1:"* elapse cargo were. scattered. along the shore. pine value for their -

; a is the tmn with population. < A very large portionof The storm raged so* violently on Friday lumber and naval stores, and the ship timber prevails over them,-lba6mC8xtraefdinary ,
urong one.
Winthrop probably
C Florida in its natural .state,of little value
is motive is held out to induce t&cia ;
that Fire Island found.no where of value and to
; morning ) equal extent n-
p the: was nearly covered '
has had
; youngest; premier country ever for cultivation i is admirably adapted for v : *
but he is unquestionably one of tho first stock rahmifr; and whilst the luxuriant nnd with water. part from the agricultural products: of its the treason. : ,. .

men of this or any other nation, and Ii man boundless'pnsturnpp aided by a genial climate Thu'mate mistook the Island light for the I I rich lands will make at no very future day }beSi It i* the -purpose: as publicly proclaimed! "

who renders' that primitive occupation n source of light of the Highlands. I' Johns a thoroughfare of commerce second by ;some of the great men ,of tho Wnigiparty!
,to endowments of the
profit in tho enttlethi'naelve*, thcsi. In their ,- here "'0 turn Democrat but of C&JOTen
There h that the only to the ,tributaries. entry '
character has added I a hope statue of Calhoun great ocean t J
a degree of rarely trim contribute to fertilize !tho soil nl n cost!
urpat>scd.tWe are confident he will fill of labor and expenditure scarcely felt'nnd to I will| ,be saved, as the lower timbers will hold The inland passage to Savannah is a' great that would be consummation devputly wished .

the post wIth: distinction to himself and credit prepare it for the production ofthe most val together, and,the statue was carefully packed natural curiosity and of immense advantage as no doubt it would leave it to the, fioly

"t 'i to the country and the Administration." uable staples. I at the bottom of the vessel. I '0 Florida, securing at all times safe' channel alliance' of Southern i and Northern Whigjtry )

Thither. under n liberal system' will bo led In i The wreck..paster reached the wreck on I I communication coast wise without risk and Free soil ism to have things all _i tjwirowa; ,
This it 0 e same, Winthrop the Sentinel's hardy and useful population whone.efforts .
f Sntnrday. I encountering ocean storms. I am inclined way. We.cannot justly allow to our defectionists
candidate Mf. Cubell could'not-vote fur to 'procure an humble competency may grad,
as '
: I to think, however, that its improvement has any thing like hoaesiy of motive they
I ; Speaker. Had Mr. Winthrop been appointed ually ilevelopA capabilities clinrnte and f L.&TER.-Amrmgtho passangers by this ill-
not been attended ire men ted wclUnformed not to be aware of
which otherwise might continue unknown. fated : sufficiently to. a single
Vessel, wo the :
the Sentinel ; were Count and
.: premier as supposed him to have marks the (injury they By.,their course: aid in inflict.ngupuntheirconsiituents. .. ,
been when the above This report and suggestions therein contained Countess Ossoil, with! 'their child, all of whom .i light the way, and nature has had but .
was penned, '
4 which. would ;it have supported extracts Mr. Cabell or: supported by such conclusive arguments, were lost. Tnc. lady will be recognised as l little assistance in giving a safe and commodious i i .. If they have.not ;:

led the of'the existing channcl W re this sense to see this, they have,more than Eiaus
: I Mr. Winthrop ? toj passage .now preemption the late Miss Margaret Fuller, an authoress of way. : passage along

.. CRUMB NO. '2. law, (heclassiflcatinnoftie lands! and note and a foreign correspondent of the Tribune the coast of any Northern State, it. would long folly, and if they are able to see"the right aDd
the To the since have been and all obstructions the pursue" their treason equals -
reduction of the prices tfiereof. under the improved yet wrong.
.In (fn communication in the) Just Sentinel newspaper signiture of a star. '
numbers the first law removed and"Romney Marsh" "the Sisters that of Arnold and we boldly and fairly
t 1gnf'dVh ,iH of Santa Rosa,:' the writer, benefited bv can now She was a native Cambridge, Massachusetts and may <,
I in bu added of hundred) under *' would bate ceased: to be the l charge: them with having %bartcrtd away ;
t4 ) S"Thai thfre are some. Whigs Santa Rosa nn acquisition n lady affirm education, and extraordinary "Scylla" 1., .
4 ;. irjC> 'MuUjtrr/er fime.nther Whtg tit..11,. C llt//." this las!. Should! Major Beard be honored intellectual I endowments, which from and Chary. bd is" of the Inland passage. This California and New Mexico: for Ctajj&ja rnoueijy -
,&: *, ,so, Mr. Label. the candidate ,by. editpt'um with'a seat in t'IflErtsWC have ,an assurance have made her : a is a work properlywjthin! the province offederaIappropniatioE ) ,office and a little brief authority. This ,
... rvcr a remarkable in
IA t not quitivjio unanimous s.we nro fed to beIfcve. person .
'f Whet and where have that his experience will be energetically; the circlein'wbich'sh'b moved. i : nnd,it should. beeonUooedto gloomy picture presents" any_ thins .but *a .n>
? these/etc .
an opportunity expressing their preler-shad ercised forum advan',:em .nf of our'Ktale, the .j .* \ the'caes/of| :Florida f 'fiy' r.uufnglhe bitervrning t/h. hing'pHses': ano yelrw 3n HileiTr c /

ncc? If were not :gredtlv dencived there whole unio.i; anti security of our rights. It \vasnbout two years ago, if'we mistake necks: rot itmounting between: the sole ourjstlvuM with theTreflection that"iil!. the '

are a/rto Whljrs in this region, who would prefer J not, that she went abroad!, to make the tour of St. Johns. ,and ;nnd Kt.yV tit to over 25 miles, world and the rest,of.mankind" are not Whip I .

1 some other \Whig., Free Europe. At Home, tIm abode some time, andsent and that ir will bctora.w -
Negroes1A Dotbe' long
and thus giving a safe and secure i inland navigation very sc*

CRUMB,'NO. 3. reliable statement of the situation of these: homc'mmv letters! of deep interest, hav- 'of 600 miles. This is a subject well deserving a saying change of measures. through a change, ,"
But xnys' the Santa Rosa Whig. Yes .Sir, h relation to the disturbed state of the 1 1duminuuI. _.
r.g Papal
the Whig of;Santa Rasa- lore' not forgotten the people in CIUUJ"( ritiih soil) will btl uUml, in She in :the of the joint efforts of the, Florida of men. B,
was! imperial
: fmflifvlnrs to'nith":if'Mr. Calxtl in Con!:"... and to the lo-V Ihe Ancient C Jy.;', -. ..
That in in votimr for
eautetfthf not of.Senator Dickenson, from th'j Empire State. Congress.
Mr. Winthrop and in suporting the KashvWe hereand had one child, which, we doubt not, :llilitary" .&snty Lands-;
What can be more conclusive than the( evidence The class steamers l Heretofore used on that
:, Contenting bciih of which are condemned by was the lifeless infant found lashed 'to the .... '
There ofour eiioe&s
!! Sentinel// of such iunin; an.the New York' Senator route in their 'navigation have; been unsuitable are very many fallow
soil" of Italian ginlas described in the above account. possessing strength for the oUtside t- of St. Johns and other counties who will be,. '
I CRUMB, NO. 4. his is a voice from "free speaking; pot requisite -: ;

r i The" 'Sentinel l utter an artcle from the : whnt he, sees and knows, verified by tho response The terrible,catastrophe, giving rise as it does and having too great drougM! of water f r should the Bounty Land Bill cow ,pending ia
copying to such and reflections
1 Fioridlan and of as large and respectable ethig as so many ntonizing the th >aler rtrti nol of .be inl It d passage light Congress, become a !aw, entitled 'under'to
L', Journal on the subject of the will bring deep sorrw to hearts. .
Appointment"Buckingham: Smith, Secretary ,wns ever congregated) I.in New York <: ty. The FOREIGN ITEMS.many draught of water and strength should be combined provisions to Warrant authorising the locating '

Citizens of five conntios! includinj New York a. .and the Steamers should be sufficiently such amounts as said warrants may MV-
to toe Mexican and in
\ .srfys. .legation",W> take, it there,,conimentingthereupon IvndreJs i gave to this distinguished tin'tflr'I dinner a.. PREPARED FOR THE EVEVIKG POST. staunch to avoid.thq fate of the Ocamulgeeof emily call for upon any 'of'tho .unreserved /'
are terrible
There has been
in Florida vhn know a great deal more Spanish I,! n ,tribute of respect, on which occasion and Naples,which:caused a tho catastrophe at breaking into by getting, across a mud.bank. public lands,:at the option of the holder's of

such he greatest consternation It is i in tbe such warrants. In this,' as' in most ases
'I before a tribunal testified as follows. said Savannah pripersthat ,n new -
deal than Mr.
: a great more English Bucking
in thai On the
of the 10th
morning I first class Steamer to less than fifteen where,the government designs J Its muolficcoo
ham Smith. When I think ofthose who are the run not
The is
appointment peculiarly UNACCEPTABLE I among .
I June ', of the immense
most active negro sympathizers, I inn reminded a part an mites per 'hour is to>> be put on this route next to the citizen, there will be no lack .otkiDdf f
TO: THE WHIGS, and we not I
suppose I:I of an anecdote of two scapc-praetJi.in the edifice, which the troops occupy a, barracks Jt fall. This will be a great improvement and hearted and disinterested philanthropist, who r
particularly acceptable to the other party. Italian of whom turned withno nniTfcl! down, enclosing and crushing -
j[ States one priest gave way will be well atrOnised.The will be ready to step between the donor.and '.
: 'rrend lightly Mr. Sentinel, for it is telling obvitUH change: of character. The other to death in its ruins four or five hundred donee and act the ..
whose corns are sensitive. Did Mr. Cabell being convicted ot'u crim", sent for n confes-; importance this: Rr.utc should entitleit U I guardian and protectorof "
(his I .or, and his old companion came. "What is persons. : to'at least iri-weskly' mail at the presentlime. the interests of the latter; modestly requiring J

: encourage appointment' : to be done !" inquired the priest.; MS.rj if we The dutches of Montponsicr\ has been created I It is I Vlciv.: a fret tlw 'I'r I :} f> nof a i for their "'service: merely .Mthe Lion's- '

'I. ran look each other in the r..ceVllhmlt Ian''ebinn. an Infanta Spain, with. all, tne honors vilhin hhure"J. leaving to tlio tof tl 'r' "bo
.1 [Mr. single! daily mail th'J .State: n&J. fir tifacilitfcb : u o by t
Suppose Fillmore should, die ? ." wan the reply. (Laughter.) The unfortunate due to the rank. : \\J.i iI '
lytLeir toils 6ml IISu'r 1 .
African can never attain to a true i linos crnto, go:; !*j.<;Ivd.? ..'s :utcvidece c $ have dotit Thc;
The'act Congress of 179:3! : provides that state freedom race*oi\ ng as they remnin amongst, Information has been received from Constantinople (I <-f lite increase nf mail taciliiica:; at en-nip.; !rjtitt- more than 'ihe haiow..uli'c. i it1 .1

if both President, and Vice President should j a people so unl ke tneiu in physical develop- that three children! of Kos uth !1! the North lhsrr i* noa mail b'tCJmer lenvri t:. liberality.r. !.,:; : ;,; : .

die during' their term, then President, of the"J"JHenate I''c'r ment, and so greatly their superiors. Wheth-. two tine;; bo s and a girl, were on their way to''I i :r tv/ice & v.;ftk:: for: Europe from f.ihr-; !;"s:' h. will Lc otjci-d, ta.i;:,? Philip. } Fr:1i: ,..c. f, of l-,,

,-. 'pro- rmpore, and in case there shnll nominally free or not, their condition will join their father, by the Danube steamer. ./ Jack -{,uriHtt in \ "
#" < be one of degradation and vassalage, and it i is I j t ton or New Vk. and UKJJ are tiuik:ng IQII .t'lbounccs .ifie Ancient !{)ty -
be President of the Senate, then tho Speakrof The newly invented safety yacht has been "* I th: t lie wilt undertake to qbtaia for such ill '
alike due to all to look the question full in the days pssir. ? >' : : J.
.- 'the House, shall act as President, until fncc. They have with us now, few'privileges exhibited nt London, in the Serpentine in ;1, ., TOVAGUEFlThe mt:' cchfd: "tfif ir claims\ to him ; their War-

J Presidential electors( shall be chosen in each .I citizenship, nominally, beyond the pro'ec- Hyde Park and has excited both interest. tigidhigheuIogum. :,i ---, ...-",-. ,----_- ._-\ 3_L___"- ,, .. rai.t: .. fur the;. $m..iI'surr., r f Ffr Drjfars.$, for '

: : State and new election had, which 'lection tion of the laws and none really ; and iMhuywore could : The hull i is in part composed! j jofgulta :l FrL.e. ,1 H' !"..'.;..J, ",.'t./. .": TC-., I.c.: rcluilly I ;*;!': ;jb T?', uj, h'T.-ing; ; uothhi'tE' ?i
\ extended to them in "
theory, they
i the Secretary of'State is: to cause tortb"itb. and is lif contru'C'd that I't "fi" his '
pcrchn; even exertff> s'h>
not successfully carry them into .prartice.-- ,; \\ !U"3. 'd 'J 1IH.s1\n r(!, cv.mayuil
". However much this may be deplored'! by the n ahofpafiTng' through Tt doc .nof, ep an;:ur 1 j jihe -, C : J .. I" II. 'I or *u.;.*ci :...\ 'Mrtff'WtuMi'.tSfj. r JU- .ibrc and '
1 '.Yt:e1vfz \1 Dmocr t(:; r ti iS, ;.J r::: I\\..! .
I ,. \ Major Beard real philanthrjpisr! or bewailed ov the spurious safety, as far as sinking is conccrnci), oij : !ib.c.1ti, ti. fLtcij! f itt tt'.ie: ;>{j\Pr t' ,thoie of
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it is true. have been :rtLzflg. th(;t: are .4t s.ae..w;: & ...
THE FIRS'p'PROpOSER: OF TUB STATE one, painfully They those on board. i I c.fa ii,.; mo.i I htfiitu Vif.1rd'.
-1 v I free with us upwards a century,and their con. ps&r. tt"the 'ilh!_! PVU".ht1 -m renJ'jto ; r..f jt
: PREEMPTION .MW. far: The Pope has appointed a 'commission s.-- ,, I 9\!,.i .:::<< 2 ," 5' s.1l-TititZe' i.. thc *
is or
1 mental and social
i i. dition, physical, as make: I'nc&iritnM! in i il.'wvrtj;{ reman;;.* t "u.Jp U2. an ,

We have: in several numbers ..briefly re. as concerns their own action, as abject now leetcd from the Sacred College, and composed ', I't: :,h.r.ve\e' r.atur.-i .c ''-f,i if ,ryi- cT-j>n.f j t'ff';.:: ::, .h rrOf.i-fi, ,r; (l< \J'If' -'C"' Win, with ju-

I minded our i! fellow citizens of-the efficiency as it was on the day of their emancipation.In .- Cardenais Antonelli, Secretary of State;; t of persons ot every bt..ujj. and character, i Lci- "iz.i t;, ':: .u..:...: ."|Je.it" J; c I of Msjor'Beardas of Public lands in \ all,/but the name: of freedom they are as.'much Alticri President of Rome and Comarca va I ble. h. :
Register ua .cfia
; atvn t ion to ?lr. Frazer'
1 ,; and many 0(..hftm more, the objects let is hardly to be expected of them,such men
i r this Suite. Higher motives than .selfish ones sympathy as those who are held in servitude, Spmola, Marini, Cagiano and Mattei. This { attribute to others whatever impurity of motive advertisement myoiijtcl )>> todilfusea'kr.owl- _

I 1 influenced tho whole course of his term- I and fed, and clothed, and cared for by a legally I l. commission has already held two sittings, and usually actuate themselves. This rule of r edge of it.amon: those who can not afford to ,

1 I while he mindful of the.best interests of A recognized (Cries of true !true !) its to revise the fundamental the
wa:* master.: has for object judging others is natural to selfish men who pay heavy fees&c., I have no other personal .

t F ; the State! rind! made it his study to advance: it, There is in Free Snil"Ohio, 30,000 free negroes statutesnnd embraces in ill, scope the details I .: are lead way from principle and governed by interest, han that,of an' individual claimant !

"hI' employed talent in devisingy&ieim t ,-so obnoxious have they become'to the i of 1., The of tbe resolved ;
\ judicibusV : organization state ; 2. Its I their passion for gain and thirst for aggrandizement tea entrust his interest in the

I thlt would aid the settler, uniting a citizens,that they have recently petitioned the administration ; 3. Its finance; 4. Its legislation 'matter, to the I least exacting competent agwu

I common interest with the settler and the State. Constitutional Convention in that State, urging ; and 5. The division of the territory into I Such is the Whig party of the present day, I A VOLUNTZEB.MISCELLANY. .

I i I. in order that both might be profited. With the remotel cf all persons of negro or part negro four departments for political purposes. without t -j----. .
a party a just principle and without
I + I I that \iew recommended'the of l Jrom the State Of;C! io. V VS I ,
passage a << The labors of Mr. Andersen, the great temperance l any settled system of public policy it dare A li
: law for the relief settlers on Public Lands Could but one of these "free soil" hypocritical advocate of Norway, have been met I a- i Netting Howe.-In; Fulton street, Brook ;
tow. Each member of its having lyn, stands a
to reduce the price thereof aDd philanthropist, w>called visit a plantation with a luccessin that country which his CRuse ,joined in building occupied upon the towflruM -
to grant preemption : ; er > as market[ y I
: hope of,profit regardless of the .. a slid the church.
means to be a'A
it the upper
I Florida he would find the slave the happiest deserves ; yet appcansby official excise i t This Is .
rights, suggestion! was heeded by in returns, that between October 1849,and April, I used in its acquirement., II,was so In Rome doing 'eu1.1OQd. busiiess; atiar ,

: the Legislature .and in ,January 1848, a law being on'tho earth. 1850, no less than 7.700,000 quarts of ardent I !I and Athens,wheretor I suppose? they would down flesh and stairs the and msetinyyj' Betweefl-tne: ,
Great benefit wasderived spirits have been distilled, upon which the duty spirit wa fiope there will. be no
i pasted. to the State TaLEGWiUC.-A: mercantile house .fn New cay; should U not be' so in America. The contentioa,'for the Stshr in coolest will be '
tolerable any
i : and citizens; under this law, as hundreds Orleans ,per telegraph, not long.tinceanorder has been paid only quantity for a passions and dispositions? of men: are the sans first'floored. L!. .
numbering 1,400,000.
." the mw *enlemeotscan, testify. But the en for five thousand bagged hams ahdjn population- founded on Sir t'now.aa they were" thenthose .f -
time five-thousand "':-A. new opera, Bulwer's, republic are' "
in'due received
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from the of tbnlateriorwas ._ __. I Jobns C08111,. \ THE MUTUAL LIFE t VRACE
. l _.Acceuiiunicutloa Secretary her condemning the acts of federal offices in "...-. .77i"L..,- .' c. ., .
: received to answer wa.re.olution PN' New IN CHANCERY.v .
in .
ntlnglltr exercise tof LQuck
jurisdiction: To Claimant of lloiaqXy
Scaale transmitlng stalls!ica of the Land Pfter Benet. AdminSntratorF IIta. 1
*f ifet Mexico and dcclarlnc their determination to UrsDtaSlthEU prup.cs n> obtain ut' ,
t THE fund, No lam, ili49.8900.-
t.oI1et. resist such' interference at all hazards; and to lor lainlx tor till cluiinunis who iate of F; P.'Saneher. NET: and Mort > ,
boutls *
Invested <
!' called the resolution J -cd. for the of Aahrun Bill for Account, c4mrerjr 4i ag .
3 III Mr1 Cea up prcrioustfljfafferfd the last use
C > Mr. Hou said that will bee under the Aft nuw before
extremity. {on know entitled their Aeta.Again on real e*tete in,thin city tbd Brooklyn, and tork" '
. by fcirai to.the eftect ihat the commitMre -* lug the charcak-r ot the individuals controlling Cungn-sa wb ;n the stunts Hhtill have pis- Fnelander Complainant.' Marshaling Distribution of nf ute Sine and City 'of New York and UaitrANutea t
, 'on Military Attain; t c inbtructt'uYoinqulru the. he confident thllt 'd and fur the uunlrrute nl t Govrrnmenu .
: meeting was efliirely, ( become a law, xniu UroreeV..Me AUbter.claiming the Estate of Peter )

I into !expwiiiW. of pro lblU.lIg fcy law Any \ these declaration wcro milt in good faith, and FIVE DOLLARS 'fur each VVurranl whcu obtained. to be Kxecutor: Joseph I lfifcbe'.d..rd.Loogwurth. Th fund is rapidly increasing by a wiJrlyVxtrndrd :j
." officer !fJ'MS' army from a.ssuinin* or cxercisjBtf th;at ahey would be made pood. .deed.,sad .olh and pro.perw u> tanir iM. 1
within the limit !f Jhe Uniu-d ''iatatt-s any i j jc. THE cWlPRo.I1E-jjspEEClIOF The object of this notice is to give to clnilll.not. Leendant4.( rt' The Company df'cJ.rid'dividf'oJ ot.pruis of tiltyiwu '- '

. Idl Jt.t "r.or-ltruh rttr' nr.t conferred 5 l II\> aet! AUt CI..A Y. ftn opportunity procuring warrants 'MI 1 percent on all rxUiing policies on the 31't,
, :: ot Cyigriattdt pruvuJing un a'd qul1t'pun.. j Afier tho! Jransaqioni, of the.' morning business tbo least possible expense. IT appearing by ffiJ'it'in this Court .that Defrudanti January.. -. '"* !(

5 jSlinttilt'forsuch'iitleiKea. I iho Compromise Jill was taken up. Mr. I Those wishing to secure the services of the i George W. 1JcAJastrr.ifliviu& at rl.t! All list' PrafiU are divided' among, )
".. '* :Vilr. P.ARCE uddre 5< dihc Scnnte. in defence ;! Fooie rfubinweit un amendthc-nt providing that undersigned, will call at his office, or nddre** r..iueii lieyond the limit* of the tState oul'eraia, file Injured. ,:.
in tb. State of Georgia.U The premiam are payable in cash semtnriuully. -
: annually
' Aoc idi-nt Taylor, in niply' to thu chnrgos ; the state attention will be
California shal I letter and
; riot exercisffjiifi- Him by prompt therefore A.'urw3rJSulicior .l'lhf'i
U motion ofWru. aJJrd .
i on ur quarterly UAh.fl'.t bung
j ."Voadu; i iii ''htl latu sp (jcti if Mr. iTmston. Mr. P. diction over any territory j south of the line ifiven i to their claims. deterred 411\
Ordered, that be made payments.The
_. denied that PreKtdcniTaylor hud ca t irnputu of thirty-five thirty, until after the question ot PHILIP FRASER. some Newspaper publication in the Eoat'rn Circuit cub principle adopted by iJii-t Company vure. 1;
:i t luuis; upon tfw Texan troops, and quoted Gen. establishing territorial government toutb of Attorney ut Law. of Florida for four printed months tucct-mvely, trom tLi* 'to the parti' fur whour U-nffii thr inaurance !

: .,,7'*. letter (1840, i In commendation ot their that line shall have bc n submitted to the pcr. ,Jacksonville. E. Fla., July! 15tb, 1850. date, requiring said George W. McAllister to plead. are efi>rte,|, the whole of the advantages without isubjet.t.i4 -'. 1

: \' atur. lie dejirecttU'd the resort tn arms, by plcr. ; ; u Ordiuaaceto prohibit the firing of Cans answer or demur 10 said J.3il1or the ,.amewiIl be taken them to the heavy drawback. of accumulated f /)i1
:.'f 'iV.xn on the question! boundary lie cots- Mr. Clay took the tlOlt;, and after a few A. or other tirearms dquiba Crackers and other pro Con/e o. premium note '
:: Bended ihnt Nctv Mexico lind claim! independent 4 I preliminary' remarks, proceeded to address combustible and Iniiamable Instruments and Material THOS. DOUGLAS Judge. V.. ijc. Per:ns lna) ctfirci, incuranr- on their own live ;
:'- t'rtk? and thrif( the. titter had ueviT the Senate in favor of' the bill, and in vnnswur within the limits of the city of St. Augustine. Certified to be a true Copy. I ant the lives of other. A married woman can iu- .
urfktrted or itminthined jurisdiction, over the to tht.l. l>jecton.{ T.urged against it. He See. 1. Be it rdaitud (y tke MayordAlder Witness my Hand arid the S. al' wt aid I cure the life of her husband. ,the Lenefirn of v.hitrh are
'.' j territory in dispute.; commenced: jby expressing his. firm conviction men of the city of St Augustine, in Council Asrtlied. : [L. S.] Court, the 15th July. 1&5U.() eecnred by law fur the exclusive use of herself chil !

. J. illn ItcsK rejtlied briefly, but ia u very em. that danger Io the Union does exist, and That from and after the passage of this Ordin-. P. .B DUMA dren. I
-.1'"; phalie mlItner.: Ni)4) cou.'cjidul that in all the that immediate efforts are required :to titel'tI aanee, it shall not be lawful' for any person or persons Clerk C. C. St. /oAn lu"*' g. Clergymen aad all other* dependent upon talano ,
I fire'iff other July' 20. 1850. \ ire f>peciaiy! invited ro avali themw'tn.4of' a resource '
4'i' irttTcoufite iho Uu'i'v"a i5VCH 'IItu! recognisedlb that danger. He 'was no alarmist, but mustb I to discharge or ,any gun or guns or : ..
botnidariCit cltiirri i>y ihe latter. Hodo
rlcred 1 Tctaa would rC iltt, lorcibly' list came to .if 4hey did not betoken dang r. Arqong the i and any person or persons violating tbo, proviaions of New York now ducharging. we. .offer ia addition rom the eriln of penury. ...;
I. UuU from this Ord dance shall be subjected to a tine of Five Ui recent ani.,.,, choice and well fttlecied lototGnxeries. Pamphlet*explanatory of theprinriplen MotnalUfe .
wruyt uii of
.fitiftH! a temphJ.t" territory $&n* danger lie rmrncd the solemn 1 rUe before lusuranre, and illuMraiJoj it. advantaget with
dollar be recovered the Mayor.
to .
apd .Wvitn;l Jt treuon she would'jncur'A solves of several .Legislatures in' favor of extreme Provbiuns and Sjielf good* usually kept forms -
fcer be the office
t '': &e 2. Be it further ordained by the anlkority a- inpur stabIWiinenijeoiiswtingia :choice Buturr, ofapplieation.niay, :obtanwd, at 01
i.; Itn4 .()r. tL) would' wand by ber. I sectional meauure lil: in the' event of the 'ffritdid, That if ariy person'ipritersone shall within Leaf Lard Crot"ker.III'tuJ. Bacon.part Mewi Pork Fulton the Company,35 W.UIt.. or of any of its agent.-

: i message having been received from' the ttdmisiiion .California-the passage of thq the said chartered limit fire discharge; lei off. any Market,dried beef.A&ckerel. Codfish Her- ; .I'RVlTES. ,
I to. 's idefit .duriug the delivery of Mr. PEAECC'S Wilmot nruvi o--or the abolition of slavery squibs, crackers,or other combustible or inflamable riyg.Flour. 1-2 barrel Li for Family a-e. Extra, cinal Joa B Collin, David C Golden.WmJHv .

',:" speech Mr.CLAT aid that message just received in the District of Columbia. matters such person or persons shall be subject to a }'lourcuru.Hay,Oaw.br.nd..Rio coffi t". 'r"I1". Myrup k>p.. Alfred Edwards' -
'- 'UIR the Pretidenl, was understood tuba on > of Five Dollars be recovered before the K II 'McCur. ", %Wm.Beu. .,
; r i fine, to Mayor < Mola? ri.,p ra-Jx&int, N O ditto. ,l.ufan.l) Lump f'El't'd I IJ
H tie subject, and contained, authentic informs"lion MORE CONSCIENCE* AGAINST THE BCD. 3. Be it further ordained by the authority tfugar Raiseu.4, Almons, Date a.urt.iI l IVrtienri-if. Winston Joseph Blaat.
of .the actual position the government I CONSTITUTION. aforetaid, That if any Minor shall'violate the provisions cheese, dried Apple Vermacilw, Macnroni. cigarsMyen'a C W Faber Isaac G"Pea non.Ifeary '- i .
/ t '. "nfialra, aDd required iminediate ."tjon. Hu x The Boston PUtt contains the following! communication of this Ordinancethe Fines herein impueel hall Tobacco Kentucky Leaf. ee r"ltll".fu Tobacco John P Yelverton. Wells1. .

-.,' i moved to go Into Executive 1'kuIO,.bich. was : recovered of the parent or guardian of said minor. ,articles.now being opened and warrunted..July Then Sedgwick Wm Moore.Zebedee _t
t'j 'carrtcd aud eOn a recent visit to .neighboring State, it Sec. 4. Be it further ordained. That if any slave : 13 ,_ B. E. CARR_ Stacy B Collins, Cook. i'
ik' The Senate* :went ,into Executive Secaion,._. was my fortune to listen, from time to time, to shall violate the) provisions of this Ordinance- the CA-RD.- John If gwift,' Joaa Miller, '
the of fines herein imposed shall be recovered of the masteror John Wadiworth David A Comstock
iksiId.confirmed ,the new Cabinet vent conversation, several divinity students .' -
t:i 1 1 President Fillmore. connected with one of our best tticologic4laem.i mistreat or persons having charge of such Slave. Mr. GCOIWI L. PHILUM. hnvin; resigned his S M Cornell.C.ouv Robert Shuyler,
In by ZNTATlVE9. inaries. Their favorite theme seemed to be &c. 5. ,Be itfiathtr ordained. That it ehall be Comminaion as a inMkei'tht. Peace for St. Johns M Wilkins James Chambert .
iHUmOP'B.EPU\ ,County, will for the future attend to tne duties John V L
: lawful for any person.to make complaints of any violation appertaining Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman.
which slavery, and obligations to thd I o.stitutlon -
it Mr. STHOKO$ u. was obey of this Ordinance.and that it shall be the cueda Io his office of Notory I'ublic.and to the drawing Fred Whittfcser, Moses If Grinntll '
I agreed 10, to close debate ILt.1 o'clock Unlayun ; and Ijnust confess that I wan SUT- duty of the City Marshal to do so, who shah in ; out altwriting and papers, that may be required Charles Ely Wm J Bunker, -
jj .the BDDlication of Hr. Almond W. Babbitt prised sand pained'at the character of thWr remarks. : such ca-e*,be competent witness* of him. John C Crugec Eugene Dutilh. /

3 toent'ththe House ufReprenentatives. asu .-Tberu is a"spirit radicalism abroad Stc. C., Be it further ordained. That nothing St Augu.tineJsalyi3tb.0._- 4t. Walter Joy. Francis S Lathrop.
"I. n our land which ha* infected a few minister - Alfred '
Delegate from herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent Notlre.IX. Tell. 0 Thatcher.
'd Tbt House then resolved IiscU Into Committee ofthe SOIl pe.l 1 and a lew laymen, who wider its the shooting of game along the margins of the tit. Sebastian I Q .months after date I shall present ac3 JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President.
:, of the Whole on the state of the Union, Influence are doing much to' es''roy all respect River aud the United States troops or 'Militia i counts and vouchers as Adniinitsratrix of the ISAAC ABBATT Secretary. I

.l Mr. Ldanc,of Md., in the Chair,) and resumed for any law. arid to encourage its open; viola of the Territory from firing their arms while in the Eate vt* William Gibbons; deceased to the lien f Jostru Btc.rr Councilor.
, tbs consideration of the Oeseret c te. tion. For minister of the gospel it..is time to discharge of their miliiary.duiies that wheneverIn Judge; of I'robate of Alaehua County, fur a final O. RJ FAIKBAXKS, Agent S'.. Augustine Fla.
t "Kesri Bissell and Hweetser advocated tho pause.They should reflect that when they shall the opinion of the Mayor the firing off or discharging Pelt .nnt .f Aid Estate and shall at the same time.p Feb 16th. .

'. 'admission of the. Delegate,and Mcssra. Vena- have destroyed,,by their precept and example any gun or fire arms by any person shall be con v for Letters Di miuona. ,uchAihnlnwtra! Choice ---
t blc HcVVillie and Strong opposed his admitioo. a ju.t respect and sense of obligation to man- sidered necessary,the foregoing penalty shall not be tio of which all persons interest iu \Mid Estate aisu Groceries Groceries Provisions Provisions, Ac
now discharging.
I ,. The resolution of the Committee 'on tain the laws of:the land i in thu minds of the incurred.dec. W take notice. ___> \\ F. from brig Benjamin Canny Ifiday from New
ord iucf. That alt Ordinances
j .Elections, declaring it inexpedient tu admit Mr. masses, who look up to, them as their teachers, 7. Be itfunher ANN JOHNS, Adiainutratrii.. : York. W solicit the attention of the Trade,
, they will have done much in the heretofore passed, prohibiting the firing "of I Per T.J. PKU.a.TT.IAJ pn
t fJSabblttas a delegate from Deseret was then destroy same Crackers and other combu u. vale families and others, to the large and extensive
Pistols ,
,: ''adopted, reported to the House,and finally laid minds all true, respect forthemaelveaand, their Ue and inflammable Squibs instruments and materials within ._NewMnsviIle- ,Fla.June 185U. _ __ itock now being received and offered to the Trade n

.! -on the table by rote on yeas. and uavs of sacred office;and that point it Is but step to certain limits of the City of St. Augustine, be, and PKOIITE Ornci; ST."JoWs COV.ITT, original package, customary terms at Charleston
t 104 in the affirmative,anc 78 in the negative. I rank and open infidelity. They should look are hereby repealed. 13th March, It&O.FTotice. ). S prices. of

On'1btIOQ the House adjourned till Monday also at Garrison, who once stood as fair as Passed the Tenth day of April 1843-' 200 bbla Flour aswrtrd brand. 95 do Pilot Bread
: nest.' ", themselves, and take warning. ABRAHAM DUPONT Mayor. Executors, Administrazors..knrdians and btbrrs, 90 do assorted Cracker*. 1500 bushel Corn 75 bales
: .. IOne or more of. these of failed to.file in this office the annual Oat .50 do bbla
: young theologians Attest, P. B. Duns, Clerk the Council. Hay.75 bags Brand. 15 Mess Pork.
Carrtfpondenct rf Ox jVesw. gravely declared that it would be most glorious A true )py. C UAAtiER, accounts required by the Statute; are hereby notified hbds Th6ulder,2 do Baeoo. 1 do Hanm. tierce

_. WAZmSGTOX, Joly 21. 1850, and pnusetvorhy employment go into a Clerk' of the Council.! that unless the same are presented without further dried Beef 15 bbla Ltrd. 35 kegs do. 35 do Buttvr
In the Senate. an early hour;an ''Execu slaveholding State, and entice and. aid slaves St.Augustine. July 25. 1850. unnecessary delay.the provisions of the law. against 6ca k* Cheee-30 boxes do,',3 half bbls pickled
defaulter in such matter, will be rigidly enforced.
"-- bbls
19 Stewart'
to run from their Tongue Sugar.10 do kilddried do
received Irom the President away -masters. I am happy ttotle.
containing tive Mewage the was nomination of his new; Cabinet to know thai in none of their radical notions do ; ; virtue ,of Chaucerjr and as directed by decree of March, 16.G. HUMPHREYS Judge .of.Probate.' 5 do pulverized' do.',.9 bole. Loaf do. 3 bhda N O
BY 10 boxes B H do, 10 lI
do. barr Mol
they find the least aeies. 15
who were all eonth Inl'a. sympathy or tncuUrJge1lnent then Circuit Court of the Eastern, Circuit Rift Cofte. 5 hill
sack eheeta Black Tra.90 box..
considered dead nnd from their'teachecs." iita is bt"reby'git'D, that;' six monthn sfter
The Compromise Bill pf Florida for the county of St. Jobn flJotice Starch 40 kegs Nail. 3 40
Of course nobody,i ii to blame for their entertuining 1' date we will present .to the Judge of Probate bg Pepper. bags f hot.
.it b1ndFr1kUb uflut{t cloain"speucli from cause'irhere Mathew olana ,U Complainant,. 5 kegs Powder. 900 ban I esd. 95 bbU Putty 15
; apr IQ iu will bo indefinitely uh opinion*-for when a- .(toiler and Mary E.THernandez..:an4, pthcrsy! ; .pefeu. of Stl Johns 'County for settlement' and allowance boxeaaasortrd GUsi", 2bbitoujjaaDj1.24o.Tia-.
bursts no Maine .1* attacked to ,the dants I will in cUbe our-ac Si>UHts. 11 ElcCTtofs of-ihe Lair Will and \
: 1.tpqIar. TOcif'FiJK-otne the struggle ever captain expose for sale front : ptnai e. 30 kegs white ,.2 'bbb.whltuig.15 can
,. t'" thenWure take?separately, and a tierceone, but the public sentiment must be slrouj Court House in the city of rit. Augustine, on Testament Guardian of Mary of Ueyee lier children, deceased, and, and further as Testamentary Verdir,5 bls.oat'j'ar.' 10 baskets Champagne t J .'

ft .will be for the breakers aro a head, and a indeed when religious fanaticism; is brought to Monday,tbo second day of September next, !iot hereby given that we will at the same time notice Wine 10 cases Cordial" 10 ba & ta"Champignt' Cider I
i the future. bear against the teachings and injunctions between the hours often and.two of that day:, apply bbls Mackerel. boxes
thfcfc :mid b.."K' over express to the lAid Judge.for bur dual' discharge, as such Executor's 2. Codfish 20 do
lu the House, an attempt was made to take of the Bible. the following mortgaged property to wit :. and Guardians. Herring*, 25 sacks Sail", 30 do table Salt 2<>

: iip.tbe .privato calendar, but without success, : These wolves in sheep-'j! clothing should be Alkthat certain House and lot of ground and FOCSTIXO TauT Exec and Te 'iy Guardian.BixTuLoOiuriiXtt boxes Tallow Candle 10 do Sperm do, 5 do

tor tio more private business can bo transacted : watched closely, if they attempt to make incursions every other building thereon or thereunto appertaining .:.Il'<.and Te 'try* Guardian. Adamantine,do, 30 do extra Soap 25 do family -

1 this lOR. the caw ol Mr. Babbit,the Dele- on our .Southern folds for the pious situate, lying nnd being in the said .By (;. N. PAFV Agent. do, 2 tierces Oil, 40J' boxes R-iiseiw, 2 bblfc.Almons .

, cnto from Vcntiret;'was* then resumed, and Mr. ,urpaUl proclaimed.-Southern Preis.ANEcDorB.FALrhI city ot St. Augustine on Block No. 21, boun- S'._Augustine April 6 1 .jU. 1 baS (Jinaeri, I Ml Hobs. 5 basket n__'___ .

Bi BctltmadenroarinC| speech in favor of the ded as follows. One line on the East fronting '. 'Sweet Oil, lU.lo Mustard, 1 bblRow Cordial.
. delerate. A most singular man is this Bissell AND: WORKS. Marine Street, measuring eighty two feet eight! Notice.S Ji pipes Brandy do Gin, 6 quart cask* Whir,
i; --' ''(or be osiessea irwck a voice that it iiimposiMe i- ,Onltho Firth of Fort b was an old ferryman, inches, N. 30" W ; the line on the Sputh.froating Is Months after date I shall present my account J4 do Brooms, 6 nests: Tub 40 ream' wrap.-
sal voucliersaa of the
mzib of much Administratrix talr of
else while be speaks a thought and observation, but xtreet IburlectS. 10 BChockolate fi boxes
to think of any thing ,measuring ufy Charles W.,McMain//deceafced to the Judge of Probate ; pint paper assorted
of few -
,- '.. rihg. believe he could out roar Niagara, lie wards aconstaut student of the Bible 67" W. makine the South East corner of the of'Alaehua County for a final settlement of said Preserves, 2 hhds Lenf Tpbncco, 15 boxes assorted

I i . ww,I am told,first a phy) wcian' ,then a lawyer and. a firm believer tnits trutha. Among bis station of both lines ; the other two lines running estate and shall at the same time apply fur letters of Brands do. 10 do Pipe*,.3 do vials South,
next a gallant officer in Ibo Mexican war, and patrons were two loquacious companions, parallel with the two mentioned ; the dfomiMion as such Administratrix of which all penpnainterested 15 coik assorted Rope, 7oiski pints Po let, !>
,i next a member of Congress. If n eood pair of wbosoi buisincss led them across the river north or third line Adjoining lot of John Drys- ia saul estate.will take notice. do Scotch Ale 6 do Monongnhela Whiskey

'.' loop.Ulavaii anything be will certainly be once a week.One of' them was, ns be sup dale, measuring sixty three feet ; and the MARY McMAIN.. 5 causes Pickh ,2 do Olive. do assorted Cat-
''President tome of these days. posed, a it ih.t ned Calvaniit. while tho other West or fourth line adjoining John J. Hedrick Jdminiatratrix. up*,2 do Sardines, 3 bbls',White Beans, 2 bbh

After further debate, the resolution! of the imagined himself be equally well grounded measuring eighty three f el, an will more fully June 1st. J.., assorted Cork, 3 Mi' bUa Pickles= Bricks

, ,Election, Committee, 'declaring it inexpedientto in the tenets of Arminius. Their conversation Appear by the Plan and Survey recorded Florida Laud A.S.u. Laths, White Pine Lumber. Yellow do. Lime,

!', admit Mr. Babble to seat on the floor was always turned upon some doctrinal point. in the office of the St. Johns County afore ,tilE nndemgned as Agent for the respective Hair, Plaster&c. .

adopt d. The lorryman.wall frequently annoyed by the said, in Deed Book,. J page Sf06 annexed to proprietors offers for sale on exceedingly reasonable The above are now'irj store and purchasedat
I .- A great deal of dissatisfaction has already repetition uf faith on one side, and work on the the conveyance of the sn id House and lot, of terms, the following lands among which are tome low rates and with much care as per shipment
-. been expressed in relation to the composition other, because they were used in a sense so ground made to Joseph Hernandez by Antunia i of the motft valuable Cotton Sugar and Tobacco warrants. The several Invoices are now

.of the new Cabinet. With M r.,Webster all appear different of from their their teal import, and so destructive P. Medecit the widow and :Adminbtratrix of.i lands.in:the State..I being opened at retail. .

to bo salaried, but so obscure a nun us scriptural harmony. the Estate Francis lIedices deceased. IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT.. June B.E CARR.
called ,thoWar I At length the patient old roan felt obliged to Also half of all that certain .
'Mr. Bates. of Missouri;, should be to one moiety or 1 A .ACHCA COC.VTY.T9.R '5-
,. Department. i Ic much wondered at. 1 thud Interfere. He fa Id ncthime, but fell. ifnon- --the--- lot of ground situated on Marine street with 18 : Sections, THE MAGNOLIA.
T that this entleman served one term in Con- following esp di*nt. Upon:one of his oars he in said: city of St. Augustine, bounded on the In 9:* 19 ; I' 2,3,8,10,,22' : establishment 'the meat desirably
greq during tho adniinistratioo of PreaiJenL"Jaeklcm..and painted the word,Faith;upon the other works. East by said street, and rneaauaing..thereon 34.35, 30. 18,21..11,27,5.. MTIIIS of any in the City 'having a prorui-
that he has not since been in It Was not long before the zealous friendly disputants forty four and a half Spanish Varas ;on the 6.9. 175 feet the facing South, and a street

imbUe life. Suprlso in also manifested at the applied fora, passage over thuForth. ,I north by a lot formerly the property of Francisco In 9," 20. ; 19/22.26,27,28,23.30,32;. running parrallrl with 10 the River North and Ceast Ocean winds conicquentiynotixpo.'ed hasthislaatsessonunderaonr
.' selection of At r. Hall,of Buffalo as P. M.Gene- Upon enering the' deepest, part oAhe river, Rosey measuring thereon lilly one anda 3331. and
where the swollen water rushed down with fear half : the South by a lot In, 9" 21 ; 15,19,20,21,22,28.2330. thorough repairs now
ml. The gentleman is thu law partner of Mr. Hptnish varns on vies with any similar Establishment in the State being -
Kiilmnrr,nnd is undoubtedly in his pro.t. Jiilviolence, (the ferryman took in U Faith and formerly of John Tale and measuring thereon I 23'l0.tll.'l5.23,23.,33.3t. built of wood and perfectly exempt from damp- .

fesslon; but asn public man, he is. almost unto I pulled away upun"Works" with all his might. forty nine'and a half Spanish ranis ; and on 111 ". 10" 18 ; 343536. 26, 27, >es-of i itaclf will recommend it ,to Invalids sod

c. '." known.' As for Mr Corwin, no one dmthu histalents Tho boat went round and round, much to theunnovunce 'the West by a lot formerly belonging to In 10" 19 *' 7. 8. 17. 1. 2030. 0b..rt'1 .The high reputation thin fiouae sustain

but there ore certain: expressions which I I and :rror" of the two; (passengers. J. M. Ugarte, and measuring thnreon forty In" 10" 20 ; 13, 14, i6,28,9. from its. numerous gurM, it wilt be the present pro-
ho once In fall relative, to tho MCAICUU! war, "Puloutthe ofar .Cr, snid one rietre! aim, MRX. DAVIS to sustain. The table i i.
which are not forgoftcn, and which have cm-i i loud and angry --tone ':Vcr)' well j," was the of ground was purchased by Michael 12,13,14,15,, 22,26.311 'supplied will the t-lioicecf ( .ni., Oyateis' and Fish
calm reply ot the 'old nun, It ;the time'taking with Uattias from Hem-I \{ which our Forests and Watern abondd.aad
tittered multitudes agaiu.st hint. Had Mr. j I $un "jointly Leonardy In" 10 22 ; ". 6, 18,.19. no pain.
.: Crtttemlen refund to accept then Mr. Pctiuru, j,' in \vcrks, and reiving: on "Faith" I jamin A. Putnam, as will. fully In" 11" 18 ; 24. I will be spared t. nuke The' > visitors. of. this House

Soiilh-Caroliau, would have bu&. noiniiia- I!abac.. The experimrni, with"this oar produced Deed and Record in the office, of the county I In" 11" 19'.i 1291113.: 14,16 I'. IS] pleased 'lUd IIliJitd. .

".ted...You aU pe..ciyethl1.tu, the new Cabinet the same result, nnd drove the., witnesses of Clerk oJt. Johns County, in,Book N. cage 21233U. 1 ; Very Respectfully
a / stands there are fOl1r from'die ,I I it to the conclusion; that the ,ferryman was 38, and, the said ,molet of said lot I In" II" 20 ; 7,18.20.23,24.E 1-2 of25. THE PROPRIETRESS.St. .

', -now iRgStfite*, and three from tht\ free sIn'c-hoh.1, so "aitt'ofhufad.. '. The pld man, however, con was sold, by the parties 'Ichael Nelligan dud 27,2tJ,33, NJ-2of3C- ,Augustine-Jsn.. llHj>0.. ;,

that the vote of Mr. Fillmore will make a 1. tinued his "practical demonstrations" on the his wife Marchoru to Joseph Hernandez, All (." it" 21 I ; 1,2.3.10,11,12.13.14,15; Groceries* Provisions, ti. .

'- tie. 'I water until ho thought the friends wpm pro- i will appear by Deed of sale recorded in the 192021. 27,23,29,3U,33, very choice lot of Butter., tJan,;.. Ham

1. It is thughtthat# Mr Wmlhrop will b ap- ,i pnred to see twq thiiics i,& oM clion. Hethtn I office of the clerk of the County Court .. 3536. A Bken. Pork Cracker Fh,Tess Coffee, ,Spi-
_;, rpointcd to nil the place of Mr. Wtbstur. ) called their attenjion to the names of his I: of tit.Johns County, afotesaid, Book N. page In 11 22 ; 6,7,19.30.31AKKEDONDO : CC4 .&4. by chr Cyprusju dischargedferaaleby

The Governor Maryland bciugu Demo' oars1 have Hide y[ur way," said he, ".'lId j i I &46, together with all and singular the tenements GKA.S'T. Marrhl B E.CARR.
will of democratic Senator $w5and you havq icen'the result.-Now ob- 'I hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto .MARION COCSTY. Choice Groceries.
appoint a .
crat course
the of Mr. KL-tvemy way. And giving a steady hum I i belonging 'or In any wise appertaining. In" 12" 18;,11,13. 14. ti FINK lot of Batter Lard.* Chenr'. oeottod
to supply unexpired term to each oar the little boat soon acknowledgedthe ., R. B. CANOVA,Sherift In"I2" '19 ; 2. 6, 11. 12, 15. JG, IS 19, A Cracker. Ham. Bacon Fhh. 'Sttoked L'ec
Pearce The Maryland Legislature, you arcawarelS oUieir : 2021222124. and Fulto Market Beef. <
harmonious tit
power stroJks, by the Augustine,July 20th. 1850.
whig. straight and rapid rllight which she -- In" 12" 20 ; E 3-4 ot 1.3,5,6.1.9..10, at retail.. *. K. CARR.
look took for Notice.SIX .
Fillmore beclns
.Mr. to very careworn I 11.14,16,17.18.22,24. I
*j and considering the great pressure of important :. the landing.-Anurican Afcsstwfer. I, weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge of In" 12 ''26 ; 1, 2. 3, 4. 6, -i:. 13, 15, Dried dried Apple Ac.DATL.9. ATnon. c
.Lemons, Apple asnor-
Probates and .for the County of St. Lucie ( '
but i ness upon him it i liS no wonder. Premature CHOLERA ', or 21,22.23,44.
OS vaonet
THE &' JAMES \'! Conieeiioniiiy. f.'heefec.tc. .
old and office have been ltUS- 1 letters of Administration upon the estate of F. M. K. n 12-28 ; I. 7.18.19. '
age ever aAa.-Tnc steamer James Millingar, frotn this jlfbBjLlsox.deed,late of said Cout,. GEO. FAIRBANKS.. for"sale by B. tjq CARU.
.. ., city, arrived at Louisville on the morning of WILLIAM RUSSELL. St. Feb. 16, :. -
Cabinet will I AugustIne lUlIl' Butter.MAY .
each member of the
_. ;A* new oftbe. 9th ull., on her to iuite22L18s0.- ., '
Pittsbur When I J
J have particular friends to provide for,it i is exfiected way Choice Floar- Butter. Ixaf Lard, Fat Ham, Beef Cod-
the boat reached,Louisville, she had five "1UD1I, .
tbat.tbere will bo not a few removals'from board and dead 1'1 TKotlce. : >UTTER Crackers. Sugar do. hard biscuit, gauwget. Met* Pork. Bacon Xhoatder.
persons on as many more who I IX weeks after ditrf I haU spplr 1 to the of
were g Judge &e. for sate by B. E. CARR.
the subordinate berths io the depart- prostrated with the cholera. I .ffiffi Soda Gra ke *,:Pilot Bread Navy do extra
Of those for the ocnr of St. Locie. for
who Probfttesiasqd brand Fiowr, do $ do do.Flint Co B r1' "., White Lead Turpentine.'vTrnu4i.
-_ ent& Family.>
died i one was a German cabin '
letters of Administration the Jou ( L"INcHSKDOIU' '
"tate of
passenger, and upon for eI D. E. Tar. R tlin. Oakun. ttpikes times
General Scott has taken possession eli room Barley. Tapioca taco \by o.
the others etnigrants on deck. The ': BAtna deed. late of said Coonty.WILLIAM .
officer of assorted Lumber
", ;4 ial'the War Department, in readiness to vet as the boat state that :the sickness broke out after ; F. RUSSELL. Porter, Ale. Ac. I'' Wieks'J...,26 Lathr.aad. ,ror L.sale Eo CAlL

Secretary of War, until the newly ,eppoictedY'SecretarrttoU the boat paned Evansville, ,and: .impute it to Jane S9d. 1850.mi ?I, PICES. Chocolate Rio Coffee, Teas-Java Coffee : -
arric.r imprudence in diet- ating cherries, and Traits ', Oticeu hereby giveo, thaI application will '.be .Ate in pta tad qts, Porter in pu and .qta the Irish H*>4Sm Scofil/Whiskey.
and vegetables to:excess. But little i/i made amendments, to the act incorporating best English ankle,Congress Water pu and qta SCOTCH_ALEVider. Potter Fiats lad Quartn.
\ uuwGroJuIy22. WM paid to sick, or dead,by their attention the Presbyterian Congregation of the city of St.Aur Heid ekk Champagne qta and pta,choice Prineipe (- Sherry. and Port Wine*. .ChaJDpa,,.
companions, -of the John XndermnY fine eat -Tobacco jl/yer's Bn nd"HoUnd Gin Monragobela Vs aker.-.er.
I .i UNITED STATES SENATE.reiffBfttioB'of on the boat and we think the guitar, attha.nest meeting, Genfral Assembly: gin .
of Dew CavtndUh, Champagne Cider in 4e.. for>MBB W
: -the tb* Hon. Daniel l Webster ofFlorida. / Honey qts ted Wines. UqMts.CetdJtJs.
:-- ,J wu j laid before the Echeic by tbePseskJcnt. the attacks. created a panic among, them. $\. utJ'tiA( ,}arth.30. 1850. S and pt.auft.il, by B' E. CARR. ( Feb 9 / \ B. K. CARR.117'r' .

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'. I I -i. ". "fl... .sIeDLi' ctol'J'. 0. ,I,I ., I I t ) .9fFLO'f..ri't: !. &.; : ', : ft. J V ....'. County Tai Collector'! Tax Collector's 8llle.'B''YinH ti lleel' _r'ilFJIdl ). ",
: f sTR13flh1. f Sale or the vested la I ,
//HOTELS. power ia. me by V
"" '..1'10' t t.i }!I' 'On, "IstV.freorgc Suet'aonh of ,** For the Counties of Oracge.nd St. Lade,' at Mel-; J BY virtue of the power vested in me by Jaw I shall for sale; before the Coon Hi_ Br' oftbepo' ,fr vest4 Jsm.

; V 1, ltbVpub1tcl'sJquare.JlGI.9li Ilofei ind'one'dooriiorthbf: the'Meth- lonville,on the third-Taeaday 'ApriL. ..for sale before ,tha,.Court Housedoot in at Meilunville in the county ,of Orange oa the first aIAfeUoD"expose for saLe befOre th.' "Jaw I

r:', .. I 1 'I .Ji't Church, IrS't For the county of P. raara; at Pilatka,second Tues the city of St.:Augustine,on the first Monday in August > Monday of September next. the following described M.a thecounty of Orange., Q .- V 1"
t I I' day in ./ next the fblloilnngdescribed property or so much thereof el'SepwDlbet' Dut 'tt! flJPrOfJeit7otsGmucb u. ...
Florida" / 'u,. OirTjfaattry Lane, North of April.r \ property or so much thereof a* will pay, the .stat and ,.
f f ;tlie Public' .. ", I r For the connty of.Marion,at OcaJa, fourth Monday as will pay the state' and county tax die thereon for | county tax thereon 'for the year 1849 and these* thereof u .m pay tAe V
1 1 Square. ; of the lzs.9j} and the expenses. incident eottatytaxdaethereoofor ?*. t
; Hotel. On Charlotte :JanJ 'Bay Street few April.. year necessary cessary expenses incident thereto to wit :' 3000 *** SSS.18G.! ._
I 1: City ** ......
thereto, ,viz : (600.acres,being* tract of land retained .
For The of Alachna New of the
Counties land to
andiLevy.at Spanish
\ door South East of th3 Publie Sqqpre. '. I V ( acres granted by government &eM UIf'IIIe4 fcIfc'iid5T "-wit" "" :
.. Planter Hutel. On Chul tte Street and Treaturjr nanaville, flrstMoudayinMa. by John M. FontaDt. for Antonia Maestrelying on John B. Gandry,on the 8th October 1817.situated ussr New 14tbCip. '
dmlrDa. 1
; ; For the of Celumbiii the the west margia of Matanzas River west of the old the St.Johns River called Spring Gar 1Ia
Line north of the Public Squirtnot open.) County ; Alligator on on at a place VIRGIL
L R.
I' ,i fort at a place>> at lied Holmes' Old Field,being See 39, DUPONT T.z
I !', j second Monday of Jr.? ,. I i I den in the county of Orange, and bounded by the or- March C'U-tor al4L
1 I BOARDING HOUSES. For the county of Nassau at Nassau C. H.,on the Town 9, Range 30,south and east,and is bounded aa iginal survey thereof, as follows : Bounded on the O. .

,j i t; I Wednesday before the fourth Monday May. follows,t. wit: Begining at a' pine tree marked ... an north by lands of Paul Dnpon, on the east by vacant .,.....I.2'az .:
,ti t. ', ..Mr*. .M. Seid. On, Charlotte. Street near the original comer'standing al tie west margin of the c.llec""a : --
of Barto- :
For the county of Duval, a: Jacksonville, on the pine land, on the south by land the late Sale.
t. t Barracks.: fourth Monday of May. I marsh of Mat :nu river and sotth margin of Holmes borne Castio y Ferrer,and on the west by river St. 'Dr'irt1le or the power taced V
I JUtM Fftia. On St. George Street, a few doors creek at A, set S 22 W 6 pine, B M M, running forsaj fia oa ., Ia.
I' *: ? For the County of St John's, at St. Augustine, post,, Johns,surveyed by Robe MeUm on the lith 1><<. ht l re Ih 'I '
\ South'of: the Court House'and Pubtic Square. on the second Monday in June. thence West 4 cbs to'B,thence S 10 30.E 111 cbs to 181?. V MeUonTille fa the county oC OrlUl COa.rJ H_

0. N. p..,;. On Bay, ,street- ,' corner' uf Bay and thence East 67 cbs to D at west margin of the marsh VIRGIL R. DUPONT Tax Collector, and .day or september Due the ( ,OQ lbe It1t If': V

. :, :' .(Jar .a Line.; I TILL TUt.I of the Matanzas river,thence down the river as follows, I .Feb 23. 1850 Awetwr.e. c. erty or 10 much thertof' as sHoving-iJI dnrribt"d
:; i 0 i iI For the counties Orange an i St. Lucie, Tuesday N 17 W33 to E, N 25 W 25 cbs to F, thence N.24 county tax due tben-pa !or the pay tiie I"te ...
: .
i; 1 DUCTO & J'r I before the firsi, Monday of November. W 60.chs to the begining corner at A. Tax Collector's) Hale. ca..ry Uptn1e8 iDeidwt yea 18.9.aDd .- ..

> Dod. F. IVetdon. 'Otfica( at his! Dwcllii.'i: House !. For the county Putnam, at Pilatka, the second R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff, and ex.off BY:: viriue of the power vested in me bylaw IshaL loa Tomoea creek kriin thereto, a.il: ICfa
for sale before the Court House door in II the
before first of November. xpo e VIRGIL OrmoDk
Tuesday the
. ," eD Bridge Street. : Monday Tax,Assessor and Tax Collector. K. DuPONT. palatttioa
' For the of St. John's, the first Monday Jan. 1850. the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday'of August March2,1. fu Co1Jt.etor'l4
on 1
t r -.- Doet. JoKS E. feck. ,Offic on St. George Street, county. V next, the following described property or so much
dooCTNorth of the Udu.*. In ovembf'r. A.e.or......
a .
Courf '
; Collector' Sale.
Fur the county of Nassau, Thursday before the Tax thereof will pay the state and county tax due thereon T
DRUGGIST.- third Monday of November. I BT virtue of the power vested to me by law, I for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses incident z 'leelor'. 'S le. --
shall for sale before the Court House thereto viz the undivided third of 1800 virtue or
expose : one the
For the the third of B
of Duval? Monday power
Eat ,
f.C Zylttra. Chemist Druggcst, North county Tes d in
and November.For door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday acres of land granted by the Spanish Government to shall expose (or sale' IDe 11a.1

, : I\ ,f the Public bquart, opposite'the; tuiddl baun the of Marion, on the first Monday in of August next, the following described property or so Samuel Betts,deceased, supposed to belong to John l'lelJogyiJJe in. the county fore the Court HOlle &
county cOrauge
j' r 1. December.For much thereof will pay the State and County tax H. Lewis and wife or of the estate Samuel Bins, day or dt"pv-.JDber nezc the ,Of the Snt MOl_

;;:: .{ I" : LAWYKRS.E. the due thereon for the year 1849,and the necessary ex deceased;situate lying and being in tug county of St. erty or Ie thticb thereof followiol deltribt"d
the counties of Alachua! and Levy, on second Ie will Pht!
Gould. at Law-offic. -
,,:' E. B. Councilor* : un :. Monday in December.For penses incident thereto, viz : an undivided interest of Johns on Matanzas river, bounded south by Pellicer county ta.Vd. thert". for the paT the..tate aai
third 600 acres of land belonging now or late to Daniel creek and east by Matanzas InteL expencs incident yeu 180.sad the It.eeauy .
the of Columbia the Monday V
;;:: I \ Forl 4rd. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in December.The county. on V Curtis, jr. of New York city, being part of a grant R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. acres atMllPd to H n;,R. there,0 to wit : 1eo

in Chancery-office: on the ground floor ol the confirmed by the Supreme Coon of the United Statss Tax Assessor and CoUt'c\or.I. c 'WlD1J,aoatherfy o(Nt'w &dIt"rsitat d'l
U.S. District Court at St. Augustine on .
,the Sooth of the Court House. 8'UYTDL
. Wing
to John Huertas. deceased,situate lying and being on January 1850 VIRGIL "
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: Counsellor aft first Monday in April DUPONT, Taz 1 ...
r \ V George R. Fairbanl. Attorney aftd the East side,of tbe River' $L Johns about a place Tax Col lector'* fcale.By V Mareh :2, 18O,.. V CeJJ.e ilr and ,;
,Law-office in the Court Howe! called the and Aiseisoro.
f ) Ferry, about twelve, miles therefrom law shall g.-
virtue of the power vested in me by ..
j Valuable Plantation, Wild Lands below
John B. Ryants, bounded South by lands of
door Tel
I expose for sale before the Court House in : CoUeel --
:: PUBLIC OFFICES. Ac. in EaU Florida. John Mure, and front thence East to the''bead of the of St. the first Monday ofAa- SAte. :
city Augustine
; j Pent Office. P. (:Zylstra POitM.surontht cor- T be undersigned as Agent for the respective pro. Deep Creek, and bounded on the North by the 8 on Dr virtue oftbe power vested iD
I the ,
gust next, followingdescribed property or so shill Ine
North of Market pril'tofl.offc.on! for sale the following lands,to W line I expo for sale by has. 1
: 'I Tier of Bay Street and Public Square, of Tocoy, and on the West by the RiverSt. much thereof the State and tax (orI before the
V will County. a& AJelloame roan
Plan- .
I building i wit ; That well knownnd extremely valuable Johns. pay ia the cOl of If...
I : Sur- tation, called the Bulow .Plantation at the head of the year 1849, and the necessary expenses incident IJondlY Septt"JDkr Orange tfal _+
'Surpttn' Central" Office. B. A. Putnam R. B. CANOVA, Sheriffand ex-off. next &he
thereto viz 370 of land and befog fo3Jori1
1 I;I. ,I veyp'r' General on Hospital l Slr*etCerDU 4)f' Artillery I Halifax River, formerly occupied and planted by the 0# Tax Assessor and Collector,'.:. c. the head, of:Maultrie acres Creek in lying the County of 8t.on prOpertyor so much theror I. will d
force of 300 hands suitablefor county tax due .tate.. V
,. :1.11' and Hospital a1rnt.: : late John J. Bulow with a Jan 11850.. thereon (or the .
Johns in the Staie of Florida about three miles Vest Year
a located > necessary 180, ...
Sugar and and
l Land Office., Duct. WiUiamU.: Simmons, Register both Cotton, advantageously xpenan Incident the tM
Tax Collector's Male. of the city of St. Angnstinebunnded North by l/.nds of acres, !'ftO# to wit
.. It lies the coast'aboutforty being two : 1133
i .f Public Lands-office in the Court Hou.se.Thu. I on navigable wDte upon thirij of the
: : T. Stueell. ..Rectwer, office in Court miles south of S>.Augustine, and contains about By virtue ot the powervested in me by law,I shall Joseph Fontane, East and West by vacant lands, and tOant,. known a.the Orange 'PlaDladoa fa IIi4
; .' 1 1 4000 acre*. fI expoSe for sale before the /1Court House door in south by land. adjoining Bushnel's Mill site grantedby merly owned by 8. H. arne, plastadotl f'ar-
,, l WiJJfaJlJ
\ I I the City of St. Augustine the first Monday in August the Spanish Government to Joseph Delff pine the inr-.preaeJl' Iiteet
M t Aharft. Archives, office in'l ABOIWO! thousand acres adjoining the last described on Owner oa UaU&z
Keeper Spanish
:; JL I the : described figures and marks of which ,in the Wilfam.YIRGIL' D. '"
I, : ,the Court House' I I lands, being the Pellicier Grant in Grahsm's swamp. next, following proderty, or so are represented & io V
f 5 ) office ALso the Spruce Creek Plantation,.containg 999 much thereof will pay the State and County tax due Plat and Surrey thereof made by Robert McHardy, R. .
; Judge,
I Judge of Pr ba(,. (c Humphrey' : DUPONT Tax
"" I ;t ,iu the Court Hnu, I I acres suitable for Sugar culture ,and near to navigation thereon for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses and now belonging. to the Estate of ''Edward R JUarch, 18.50.BT' Colltetor cud V

Peter B.. Dunat. Clerk Circuit Court, office in about 70 miles south of St. Augustine, near incident thereto viz : an undivided interest of Gibson. "--r... '
I I t .
600 acres of land now or lately belonging the estate R. B CANOV4Sht"rift"aad exoff.Tax 2ba'
t J .he Rafael Court B.House Canoe, Sheriff and Tax Collector,of- j I New Also Smyrna., the Mount Oswald Plantation Halifax of John Huertas and mortgaged to William Lamed AsttcMbr and Collector, s. J. c. of ch Colkdo, .,.,. ).

i', I;. idee in the Court House. I I River about $O miles south of St. Augustine, near the of the city of New York,being'so much of a Grantmad'e Jan 1,1850._ .z for poWer as,. 'YtaticI La 1M ,.,bw I .

Collector of, Cuttonu James R. Sanchez, office coast, formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo. An- by the Spanish Government to John Hnertas Tax Collector'*Hale. at l\eUoayiU.Ia *he btror. tilL Co u.. .1
: and confirmed the of the United county of
Street.luipector derson, and now the property Joseph Lauton: containing by Supreme Court Oriug H the
his Dwelling House on Bay virtue of the power vetted ia me by bw, shall Monday Heptember Dext Iia
State said John Hnertas situate and the (
lying beingon BY
\ of CuituiM. Ora Howard, office in 1900 acres. for sale before the!Court Home door in property, a; M much thenor ullowaug clr8u&1I
uward Buildings, Market square. '1 Also, 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn.bu1l' the east St. John's River, above a place ca.l-d the the and count, tx for I. Wilt p.y chi M
.; t\t ._ about twelve miles therefrom and below John I City of St. Angnstine on the first Monday of Au- the JQr 184' te ,
Ferry, and
Court Northern 1 the north half of the Rosette tbe
i I I. / H. Br nlQ4. Judge U. S. swamp, being gust next,the following described property or so mucb expenses cidl'J1t chtftto.to
B.Ryants,bounded South by land. of John More, wi: Jooo
tiatriciofForida House. Grant well timbered and near navigation. amstt
the Court ,
t office in thereof will being pertofa ;
the state and tax due thenon or
pay craD' J
county 6000
G. B. Fairbanks: Clerk Ui a S.: Court, office in Also,forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River, and front,thence East to the head of Deep Creek, for the year 1849, and the incident 1. 8ibbaM bT chC apiVuhgh a rea mad,10 CLtrlta
taking'in the East and West bank of said Creek and necessary expenses
; the Court Ifoust.I I between Lake George and Like Monroe, consisting August s "rnineut. o. tw-Jcf
theretoviz ISITand
I ,. L Zehnbaur office in valuable! pine,hammock and timbered lands in various bounded'on the North by the S W line of Tocoy, and : an undivided interest of 800 acres wbiehaaicf lOCO acre.
Jr. .
Deputy George of land of400 uepll1t1,
: on the West, by the river St. Johns. being so much.f a certain grant made by the survey &Ctediid. anlLt 1Ja
-_ iho Court lloui. tracts. Spanish Government to John Huertas and confirmed beCwet"D New &u Tamhll'----.
I R.B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off.: and IDdian
suitable for ,
in Alachua ,
3000 dyes
Also, acres county IOOUscres wtafQaaii,
1 I by }he Supreme Court; of the United States to raid be1ngt010 V
Assessor and Collector Ire
s.J. c.
I nppalled
If V V ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.: 1 Cotton or Sugar.- L Jan 1,1850. Huertas,situate lying and being on the St. Johns riverin Stagg.Y1RGIL so be" teThODU -
I R. Hankam. Ordnance Store keeper I' Also 600 ares in Columbia County, good pinelands the of St John R. .
Capt Janut I 1 county *{Florida,above a place called DUPONT, Tax
Fe Rivet C4Dtctorui
'I .office on St. .George street, a few doors South of the on the Santa Tax Collector' Sale. I the Ferry, about twelve miles therefrom and below F.b. 23. I50.

Dry Good store of S.; M. Wakeman. Ferrous clt"fiI Apply! fur term, particulars R.FAIRBANKS&.c. to virtue of the power vested in me by law,! I John B Kyanu,bounded on the south by land of John 'AaeaMr,<. .,

1 ,rous ot'viftiting the Fort will; make application toCapt. V the GEO. and sale of Lands, D': shall expose for sale before the COlin House I Mute,and front thence east to the head of Deep creek City of Sg AUIRltI.e.

V Ilsahaw.V Agent for purchase of Non Resident Taxes,&c. door in the city of St. Augustine, on the first Mondayof taking tn the east and west bank of said creek and NOTICE it bereby JiYe cha the CIt, Council tl

I I Payment August next the following described property, to bounded on the north by the south west line of Toco' ) of&. Agustiue,will apply- for amimi.
Feb 22, 1RO.V mtnil io tbe
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. St. Augustine. .'11. and on the the river Johns act incorporating '
: ) pay the state county taxdue thereon, for the west by St. supposed aid City. at .W
c George L. Pjillip. Justice of the Peace, .and Notice.SIX year 1849, .abd. the necessary expenses incident been, to John Benson Brooklyn. New York.R. meeting of the ,GeneraLAI3mblY of ".oridz sin"
F- Rotary Public, ,office on Bay flreri, North of the jupotlthtt! after date we shall present our thereto viz : one lot on Oneida street, supposed B. CANOVA, Sheriff.and ex-off. ,ordt;of che Councn-! V .

.V. Middle bani.II |I. I and Vouchers as Executors of the Estate to belong to Peter Sken Smith, a nonresident, bounded Tax Assessor and Collector! MATUEW SOLANA. 311yo4 V .
i F, J. Quinty.. Justice of the Peace i office at his Richard Weightman dec'd. tn the lIon.Judge I. north\ by the Papy lot, south by a lot' supposed to JanuaryI 3850_' JID. d., U.50. V

tore. ; I John's for a final settle the naid Peter Sken Smith Oneida :"
V of Probatof St. County belong to eostiby 1 ';
.V I meal and shall at{he same time apply for Letter of street and west by the ltfitehelllol, containing, three V Tax Collector* Sale. WDOIESAI.B AN. JtJT4UEVV _
Ig 1 I \ i(:cITYfrH OFFICERS.Matlew Disinisjuoo aa tuch Executors, of which all persons acre more or les. V B virtue of the power vested in.'me by law, .I .. R./ .t.B- .. .. ...._.

V &!..., Mayor i V interested m said Estate will take notice. ALSO another lot on Oneida street supposed to belong shall expose for sale before the Court House at.Mellonville Br RECENT AKIIV ALa A.- uteraer 4 ;

'. ..C. Br4P., 1.- JOHN M.FONTANE. Encutorl.I to Peter Sken Smith, a nonreildentbounded in the county of Orange,on the first lion- .lcu_,,, supply .r G..ila.I.hoJ( k ...

; j ..n.,,' Roger*, \ Aldermen\\.t** R. ti:. FONTANE.Junl.lPSO. S north by the above advertised lot, south by a lot ol, day 'of September next the following described prop &c usually! kept a& bin well known estaMisaawt- .
i .p. S'''', V fX.Medteii ; V. -V- I V I Philip Weedmaneast; by Oneida street, and west by eny,or so much thereof as 'will pay the state and The attention Private faailiea aDd the ;
,, J ; I 1.- Tax: Collector's ttule.By the Mitchell lotcontaining three ,acres mor or lest. 1 I, county tax due thereon for the year 1849, and the necessary licited to oar extensive ...,rtDMDt.. Ameh.Tn4.,. tee',. .

Ckr)./ tkt Cit, Council charles Haager office virtue' of the power vested in me by law, I ALSO another lot Oneida street supposed to belong expenses incident thereto ta wit : 2329seres rated below below can be had InorIglqaI 1 V
0 late various individual via Peter Sken of bnd situated ,at the bead of Indian ttiver, andes retail. pUbJrt
V .(the Council room. V ; 1 shall expose for sale before the Court now or to :
City Martial. *ud Clerk pAt Market. F. P. liouve door in tbe city of St. Augustine on the first Smith, Philip Weedman and others, undivided, assessed to P.W. Loud. V 'J'EA8Younl USOD, Olcl IIJIOII, Caantwler: 1'
R. '
1\\ '1erfe3ra.V I Monday in October next, the following described, measuring 200 feet north, and south by 150 feet east VIRGIL DUPONT.Tax Collector and ImperwTwsnksv. P03ehOD" BoUchoD,. ;
March 2. 1850. .
V !I property, or so much thereof as will pay the State and ,west, bounded north by a lot cultivated by Tbs.Coab" Assessor 'OFPEE.-Java Green, areud do. Meci. 4.. ,

V AUCTIONEERS. and County tax due thereon for the year 189. and ,south by !lot of R. B. Canova, east by Maria Tax Collector1. Sale. 1U4,Cllba do.Chocolate Cocoa ud Cocos PtStr

V .F. P>V TtneiratandJ., A. Struchla,. I the necessary expenses incident thereto, Tiz: Eight: \ Sanchez Creek and west by Oneida:atreet.K. pyvirtueof the power vested in aa by taw. I SOAP.-Sbavfng' Wh1t. sentedBd!>> Jf-. ,
L hundred ocnw or Iud supposed to belong to, K $..rt B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. .ffi shall expose for aalo before the CourtHouse legated do.

f I MERCHANTS.I' I Towland, a nonrtsidt"nf, itoated in the county of, St. V Tax Assessor and Collector I.'. e. door in the city of Si, Augustine on the first Mondayof dPICES. Ginger Rae ; do Ground d '"

J 1 .S.mqAI.B. Carr.V Wholesale and Retail, dealer. Johns, State of Florida, being the same pi'ce of' Jan 1. 1850 August next the following! described property, or I 1p r, Pimento. Nutmeg, Cloves Mae.;CiDD.bb4p.... :

V ".I.&rlt quality Family Groceries of al! kinds, Li-';'land that wa allotted to Mary M. Dunham as her Collect;; so much thereof a*will nay the1 state n and___ count_____, tax__ Arrow Soot, Vermecelli.. Maed.u--- ; I!._ D.----, V
; --
"JOT* &eo,'No.2 East side Charlotte Street, North share of her father Estate pt New Switzerland Tax 'lSz'Je.ny I due thereon for the fear 1s.9-lnd the necessary expenses V Mustard in jars and
< the Pizbllesqusre. Hounded on the Wect by the River St. Johns,measuring : virtue of the power vested in me1 by law IID incident thereto,viz : 500 acrea of land aita- FRUIT. ;

V ; and thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links on the shall expose for sale before the Court House attd ftD th.'eut aide of the river fit. Johns, being Zaafe currants soft bonJ"t'

V ,, Gtvrge furt. Dealer j in Staple Fancy few doors Dry North by laads of Louisa ratio on the East by vacant door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday part or parcel of that tract of land knows aa the New Sicily Filberts, ) 1-
West side of Charlotte
oode street, a
V p ; """ i lands, and on the South by lands formerly own of August next, the following described property or witzer1and,belDdeei north by lands of Mary Dun CltroD. .

orth ofTreasnryLane. : ed by Eleonora Colt.l 'o much thereof as will pay the state (/and County tax ham, east by'public rands,south by lands belonging CANDLES.. Comraea Sperm and ,

,'1' ,Setk M. Waktma*. Wholesale and Retail dealer Unless Taxes and expanses are paid before the day due thereon for the year 1849,and the necessary expense to the estate George A. Nicoll, deceased,west b, Wide, Talow! ; tad> ,

I f Pry Goods and Groceries. :Grocery .store on the sale. V. incident theretoiz : 500 acre* of)land on the river St.Johns, belonging now or late to Joseph

: t "..oand door of. the City Hotel-Dry .Goods Store! R. B. CANOVA. Sheriffand ex-off. the Rant side cube river SU Jons in the County of W. Brown. PICKLES SAUCES &ePiekJ.., sa..tjis' _

: .1 irner of Picolata and St. George atreet opposite Tax Assessor and Collector\ St. Johns co Su Johns.bounded South hy lands now or late of the K.B. CANOYA, Sheriff and ex-off. bal 'gnu glass Jm, Do Do bottle= C.perVOUTs. !

: W Court House.jfitiitj .. VV V : Aril 87. 1850. V V I Rev..Micbael Crosby, and North and East by lands T x Asseaccr and Collector. f. J. e. Mushroom Catsup Tomato do, Fish IIIICtIIIOtfH .-/'I
S if N. Pinkham. Dealer in Fancy now or I late vacant, supposed to belong to Turner Jan J, 1&0. kinds, Pepper do. Sr.aagbtoD Bitter, LemOD 8yisj ;
V .' .KKS,. &c. opposite the Planters Hotel on East Lf THE MATTES OF THE OCAtCIAXSHir Of f Goldsmith. Sugar of Lemons, \Vest bdla SIliJVOil.VVV 1 i. 1

V V f V U le Charlotte atreeuPedrt UosAUEL.ANnAtrftEDO PEKFALLMIXOII > I ''a. D.CANOVA: Sheriff and ex-off. Orange Connty Tax Collector's Anchoyies.'i. ,
Dealerln Groceries Provisions &e. or ) Tax Assessor and Collector, Sale. V
Benet. Probate Office, ::h. Johns County, : c. ClftDdiah Laditl twist, Paper 1'bacco ._ ,
V .ti V rner of Cuna and tit. George etreet.V Saturday 16th. May 1850. Janl,1SSO.V By: virtue of the power vested ia me by 1 w, -Macahoy dunn;Scotch do, Regalia 4us. .....

\ Manuel Cretpo. Dealer in] F stores,4Provi-; All AH P. ANDERSON, having this day, u -V t V expose for sale before the Coon II rose PriacJpe do. Common do. _

V .1 I.ii1> &.c., corner of Charlotte and Bridge atreet Testamentary this rdian,of ROSALIE I.. PERFALL, Tax ;Collector''s. Sale. at Mellooville ID the county of Orange, oa the first LIQUORS. Brandy Otr Duizpy Ceo.... #

i: V V V F. I. )Qr fttf. Watch maker and Jeweler, on and ALJREO O. PiurALL, presented her! accounts,for By: virtue of the. power vested in me by law, I I i. Monday of September'next the following described Bordeau; Spfrita. JamafeaRIDI.Old Mado.>>-. J It

I -* rge srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr.Peck. settlement and allowance and it appearing, that she hall expoae for tale before the Court House property,or so ranch thereof as will pay the state and 4 proof. via Holland. Do SkJ ham. Whiskey Do.

V V ,Hi*.' 'NeUj Retailer of Boots, Shee, Cips, hath not ; (as is by law required) given notice,of her door in tbe city of SL Augustine on the first Mondayof county tax due thereon for the year'1849, and tlw necessary Scotch* fine ankle Assorted Liqaori .:
II &c., east aide of Charlotte. street, corner of Angiutnext, 'ihe following described incident thereto wit 3000 'WINEs.
.. its intention to present the same-It Ordered, that all property to expense ,to : aerea Madtira, Howard Mania & Co, Mar-
tarlotto street tad;Treasury Laae.Levn persons ia any wise interested in the Estates of the pay the Ia.te.cod. county tax due thereon for the V of land granted to Paul Dnpoa on the 14th of May idles W.laga,Sherry Pale & Brown Duff Gonhos
+ Andrtu. Tailor' Charlotte street, year J.8.I9IDd the incident there' 1818. by the Spanish situated the &. Co,
f. ; Hid Rosalie L. PerpalL and Alfred O. Perpall; haying necessary expenses government on Champ! pe.Hoek, Sparkliaar viour t
I .oearfhe'li'- '- .. -. .. _V objections to make to the allowance of the said guardian .' to, viz : ,one lot bounded east by barracks street,west River Jt. Johns .at. place known. Spring Gar Vinegar, Bordeaux, Porter Lonjo in aDd*

'J, V .2'Ail A* II.,. ,:Charlotte street', near account; have notice to appear and ,state the by New or Charlotte atreet extended, north by an den,bounded northwardly by lands of the Estate of London and Leith Ale ; ,Beer. .ptL ci, ,

V \the ttoie ofOeorr' Burt.Jtkn same,before this Court ; on or before the 29th. day of alley, being a lot immediately sout 1 :the Unitted William William, Eastwardly by vacant pine land, OILS. Olive tlJWrm SeaJ. Cod,Md Castor .

I J Utina. Boot maker, Charlqtte street near July next, at o'clock in the 'forenoon. It is fur- Statta V burial groun owner unknown' : .. southwardly by lands of John B. Gandry,and west FISH. Herring 8almo Sardines.MackmLaal (oj

V I the City Hotel. the ordered to the end,that such notice be afforded; I R. B. CANOVA, Sheriffand ex-off.: wardly by the river St.Johns, which said lands were COd. t

I i' Jt.tp\; ;Lopex. Manufacturer of Segara, l hOp inV jha a certified copy of this order, be published ia the Tax Assessor and Collector, '. :. c. confirmed to said Paul Dopon by the Superior Court

''i j ,IIOW.r I1i1c1DgL'! V Ancient Ci'ff".New,Paper; for eight weeks eonie- :.lan'I,185O.' : V of East Florida oa'the IgtL Hay, 1832. MISCELLANEOUS._PJce, Pot Bariey, Oat

!, V I'o.. Jf.J iyr. ;.Dealer in Dry Groceries and Prortstona cutively a'nd that copie of the same, be posted up,on T' VIRGIL R. DUPOftT.- V Tax Collector, sad Coppew Bl Pipe clay.BatJa BricL 8 aa.
: Charlott street, a few' door outb. ., .of the the outer door of the CourtHouse and at come other Tax Collectors' SaLe.V Feb 13, 1850. Assessor.o.e. I faa Float;Fie lie' Londoa starch. Candle Wick .1

J City Hotel. public place,in the County,for the same period of U1e. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,I Shoe LIquid Blacking,ta pts & Qaar .Puca ia Tin ClIO I

} Mt99rAf M nj tfeUigan. Cabinet makers, G. HUMPHREYS. Judge of Probate.A expose for sale before the Court House IN CIRCUIT COURT. Brushes Scnabbi.C. Com broomldo. Wicki

.. I .ceroerbf Market aqmte adjoining the Council room.JJa true copy of the original order on record in the, door In the city of St. Augustine 'on the first Monday ALACHUA AND LEVY COUNTIES. T.Patent D.Pipes Maleea, German do. Night Lillhta, Door Man,.

1!V.. > Afcjiitcy. Black Smith and.Gun SlpitJa.nur, Probate Office of S U John Count,. V October next the1 following described propeny.or I* CBUXCXXY Bait Percussion Caps,. Do Powder Gunpowder .\
much thereof will the State and Liverpool do.
tha N.rthGaie4hiCit7. G. HUMPHREYS- so pay County O.M. Dormaa, J .
", > _I St. AugustineMay2S! 8w tax due thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary I *ij ,1 Creditors bill to and PROVIlIONS.Cheese. Pork Beet Hams, Flour lltter; I'

Vt! V AMUSEMENTS.Billiard' I\ expenres incident thereto,viz: One hundred acres of Jamea A. Peden,Adm'r.of t .Marshal. I',

\ V Allt Ora Howard, Tax Collector' Sale. J JBy land more or leas,situated on th.e South o(Juliagton R. G. Livingston,dee f Assets. I CROCKERY AND
I V Table, Bowling! iBowlivf virtue of the power Tested in me by Jaw, I Creek in the County of St. Jon belonging to pursuance ofa deereeta order of said Court to AL3O GLASSWARE. A orttJ._ "/1

t h Howard Buildings, Market square.Refrttknent, ,by shall expose for sale before the Court House Henry Hull, a nonresident, purchased by the aidHenl' IN directed all persona having demands against A Variety 0'.. V8h4f

Alley, Li.tGJIl. : door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Mondayof )" Hull from Jameajarnes. -v the above estate are hereby required to come before GOOt H rllHf'l,Tin W .
't. : F. Bridier;City Howl.Pkilip Refreshments, August next the following; described property, or Unless the Taxes and'expenses are paid before the meat the town of Newnansville.in Alachna Boots ct Blot Tt. yj 1V m I

r 1 V Gtmei* ; Retailer orLiquo Bowling so much thereof will pay the State and Connty day of sale.IL at ray office therein,oa the second (2)) day of county Sen, CZoLMg Jlfltl ct Csp Drjts'Vith !
: ,Ic.; Charlotte 'streetopposite for the 1849,and the B. CANOVA Sheriffand ..
tax year necessary expenses incident ex-offj: tember. 1850, end exhibit their demands against the maD other
\\1 V, I ..Aey.V V __ __ '' thereto,via an undivided half of fifty acres, Assessor'and Collector, St. Johns c.V V same ;and all penevona who shall not then coma for The above stock, or articles Groctritt too D1I.aIerou ta mexstios. I.
V VV which laid fifty acres of land was originally of April 27, II5O. Wu lf1ect
V part ward and prove their demand against said estate,shaft York Market,and Qa be .fD.JV!
STAGE OFFICE. the new,Switzerland tract situated oa the River St. be, excluded from the benefit of this decree. And deice fc mm.eiad.i wIth' dJ. i:

11\\ .;. I Ofce.tf, t\eficltt. Neil, St a,.. ,Bridif r1* .City; Johns, and bounded aa follows: beginning at an Tax Collector'' sale.By such person not parties to this suit who shall come ia II pnlce; andwillhdJsod0f. We .& s t the fl5V5 n-
.. ,: said river and south 83 virtue of the,power vestett'in me by law. I toOdt the atteD&So1l' '
\flbtel. oak on running degree.E before me and prove their demands,ahallbefore andpTiYt.famIfleL: c'tJi '1I t.
(I ,: '. V VI ofI 9i chains, thence West 50 'degrees E 35 chains shall expose for sale. before the, Court House at admitted aasach they D. E. CARJt I
I .', MelJonville in the connty Orange, oa the ara crcditori.coatribata,tha proportional Jaa. 1. 1850. ,
first Monday
'14 data Creek to the St. AugnstinToad V ; t't'dacecl
\ i CHURCljES.Roman across" big cxpeaaei: thereof,;to be settled by me aa Master.SAM'L. -V .
I I September next the,following deseri bd
V Cthli. CJbtrtA. NortJ)>aid* -Maaomaa thence.oath 80 degrees E 10 chains and SO links, property RUSSELL N$0 I I
the other or 10 much thereof'u, wih.pay the,state and V .
line of
J V along said road to said carjey, Jane 6 SGI la '' "
-- Special-Master
I, ,Muare. ,!, ,V at"Iqaue which i* as follows: it being oa the said river at a county tax due thereon for the year 1849,and the DeCCIIIf1ezpeDies .'.r Chancery. I",dc of. a moutiafsr. M.
eofal CJkurcA. 8o.d. ids :Jl : incident thereto,to wit lap of 8t,, J
V tEft ,and runs fonth 83 degrees, E13 cha1ctth ncl : 100 acre Cot,. Pte
ClrtOA St. .George street, cypress of land aaaeajKd to M. S. Williams JatU New : Irllhafld9cotcbWbtkey. ifat(( .tnt and sflm.)
dam .
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