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: September 28, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
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ANOINT CITY > prpposfcbjr this some famoustoaVotiihlhtf ,, ,t present. position when he announced to the JUDGE'BERIUE' tON THE. :COUPROI. I! 3. The doctrine.Gtr tfnaawfcmnrim- is.not ap"

''f ': alan* trade ," iJ.4r =et:: l '.world that the sword of.the nation 'should foil MIS&- ;. plicable to the pjrsoot' atapaof tblnj3.--Cion's %-
aziaai aa>< tal :. Colombia, on tuil,ivea 't Q .ib fire t t94: ,; 'upon the devotsd-fcead-slgrexas if the latter. We call the .ttcn7io of our,readers (a the compromise b1U.:|" |o l d to establish territorial ,

ElY 8ATeRDAY 4. ernrncnt,,by ,the slave holding Stale' ;liar -.. 4'red'tc. asitirt her right ta ber-cva' Territory concise and clear opinion of Judgt .Benrienthe 1. government for"a aU the territory, acquired -

A 1'Ji4! aodNitlinl4 rithout tht, rn&t recaoit' setting lip*" the plea that this territory *>sneeded Able ADO patriotic Senator-frqm Georgia, on ,from Ue tco. efftf of it would have

loa rpp 0\10". ." havgg.been lnl by Mexico in the,trcitjr.of' 'GuadaloptHidalgo 1 r.r itlone IUld'e e i..ot the, "Cozzi rottulse ',h* nib_ halened tJit'Jiote tQ..i.thatVetyicti .-ownersof*

ifl6e st t ..U ttbe&t.ebitlh \$ and that'Tcx& nertr had undisputed "" .s 1&v v"inbf t.the; de&J.101i.: .. .of Ih ..
.b r ..do i. Ma +t_;.' t.:ever; rJ"ht9 ,It. TWi>flimsy plea;hs welt peg! ::;Jllhatdllneci a tTksa; ,tb" 'ttnl;; i -er5trs.'te tbuf1.1'. ,': .sueh e,; ", "lhat'laosi" latervtati
to each "ThUs forever dt[ Civlag) "th 'n'0 could not.bt iustii$ df fur it wad ipon"4the'' 'R ':dttb.'"iif:the1 inost-emtuent.WAi : '. ltiAtervea ) '

of f !'jJlM'1"' ''ihfrll r 4m "-rRQJ1 \ u
never our .-: 'eenL &ortblftOIait *. lad what :Is it proposed by this far late war between the two nations originated ; Taylor for the Presidency ; and we mention in the most impoj n and valuable PVt.otJi' '
,' 1tant.1 i.T famed"ComP-.l'!>mile''' that! the South shall receive and which 'was terminated, by the treaty a- these fact rnerelr for'tt ;purpose 9( exblbUng of the common territory: -for all tgree that the

'Wig be.clecisted on rrotopatle! tcrn: ) for all this t Simply 1 the passage of the foresaid. The ttt1 .-of'79xasto. her territory more prominently power qf tii.acni patriotltm people who chanted to be California,' had
1 "Fugitive Slave Bill';" throufb Congress, by never was undisputed.by Mexico. She could over*por/y tiff, wfien contending* for no right to declare this prohibition, and that
TOR BOYHOOD. which he endeavors to hold out to the vision dot claim a sin efoot of her s iliiot even the mastery.iri'an upright heart., their act. 1. entirely uull and void,until Con.'
A 1'AMENT of the Southern people JhhOpo( that this will island of Qay[ .stoft, the head and foot all her,I Judge'Befrien"completely sustains the posi- gress shall give it life and validity It is the

.it- Jgf WIS J. CIST.Oh be sufficient lo Insure ;o us the perpetual power wealthy undJsputed.The President:mayas trots of Unjor'Beard, as to the operation of the same thing as If Con ress bad imposed the
boy I enjoyment of our rights and everlasting peaceto well claim theoUnty between the Nueces "Comprorcise, and demolishes the flimsy proViso themselves California is admitted
t* when 1 was a tiny full of ."' our now distracted; country. As jf Northern and Rio Grande nay more, he might,as ;well I&1forr df the ntfD--light non-interretuioppatriats! with her present Constitution Congress will

My days and nights were .ol; iD. I fanatics would nail disregard any such have claimed all of Texas as ceded to the'Uui \ He' remarks,Justly, that "Congress may legi= have intervened agai&st the South, and cannot

law, as they have already and for years disregarded .' ted Stales bjnlhe treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo late," (intervlne.) for the protection o fa right therefore, with'any.how of justice plead nonintervention
I wish I was a little boy the Constitution l.proviaion relating as to have claimed the portion of Texas called guaranteed by the Constitution', but cannot IegiSlata Alan excuse for 'withholding from

AI once I "used to' did t":- to this subject It is, Sir,|a delusion calculated New Msxtco,,as belonging exclusively to'the to distroyita'Congress .... the South,any-acf which may bo necessary
To do mil sorts and kinds ot'things to lull us into a fatal {security until our goxernment of the Federal Union. But fpre- has refusal to legislate for tho protection to protect her in tat enjoyment. of her.Constitutional

; Except: -what I was bid. .' t chains shall be forced and ivited upon us and test'Was all that was wanted. This territorythe but has legist sled tor tbd.&struczionof a 1 riehts., ., / :
Id lik to be (as once I was) their clanking shall be eard over all the rightful property of Texas: was aboul to Conttituticmal right of Southern 'And the papers Jiope,these answer will ot sufficiently ex- .

t 'A Younr, mischievous brat, I If length and breadth of pur land. Then, he become slave territory.. Mr. Clay in eudeavoringtopass inform;qua that this tltiimph, over the rights plidif to'pTit'you in possession of my opinionsand
f That ran barefoot, and went 1 might well lay aside biljl1Juk and receive his celebrated"Compromise" had of the South was celebrated in the capital of while I.believe that you attach too mnch I

To school without a hat.6h the applause from the Northern friends for laboured with,tljo.f-nertjy and intellect which our "glorious Union" by illumination- and the Impor E once to them; I have not felt myself at i

when I way a tiny boy," 4.. which,'and for whose best,interests he has so ,Ur Prized and dazzled a world, tQ.keep'' it, out .roar of artillery liberty withhold them. in the present ,pos t
l'.tptruo1 -- long and so arduously) labored. ." the bandw'ofTcxftS, but he had signally failed Thus is the South first plundered, and then ture of.otic affiiirg, I am. very anxious thfer my
: I did Just a. the 'ovialonl'of this celebrated', : insulted If 'we submit tamely to these outrages fellow citizens of '' I
.. used to run over all the fields.. i Such are ; and when that fact became settled, we find i Geor&ianltould strongly understand
And climb np *U the trees ; "Clay Compromise advocated by a man'of, the President ready to grasp by the hand of the day is not distant when the condition their posit ion,>Anti miugling an ardent 'n
walk i and luminous intellect, who is of the Southern States will be worse than love of the Union with unalterable
4 gigantic
a' stiff I needs must capable power what could not be, or, what was not I t ;M
But' now though'twere done by ruteeraY' -. making; the very chains he forges for us granted to the North by the South.-The message tint of devoted Ireland under her glorious Un- determination* to assert their equal rights under \ ;

As look-:-as wisely t lkA. appear, to his friends add followers gilded',1! 'of the President threieningthQ interposition ion with England; and when patriots who as- the Constitution! ,should calmly and stead I.
; ,l must other fool. ornaments. Ho would barter away the best of the Federal arm to deprive Texas of her sert their country's will be transported to tho contemplate the consequences which may
i any interestof South and lave us but the memory territory thustrampling her dearest rights coast of Africa, and made the slaves ol' emancipated result from the decision which they may a*
c'Oh t "htnl was a tiny boy, of the past as tf conipjation for tho rightsof as free and sovereign States,' is so perfectly sletet. dopt.
My days were full of glee j which he had deprived (is. Can it be, sir, consonant to the doctrines force avowed by ALEXXXDIX, GA., Aug. 10,1850SIK t shall be glad to learn that this letter bas +

: J ever had some pleasant toy, that Southerners can give;their "spmpathies" ', lir..Cloy, that it is not difficult to trace both to :-Fully impressed with the belief that reached youRespectfully yours,
iPr sweetmeat given me i ; to such a man ? Can it be, that their'"sympa* the author. your deliberately expressed opinions, upon J., MAcruiBsoK: BEKBIXV.3fussrs. .
l i. $$ BOW no time for toys have I, ihies" are enlisted in behalf of this "Clay But same it has common been said, and doubtless will be the principles involved in this crisis of our public James II. Royal, Joseph A. Sheu '

t' for sweetmeats splutter Compromise," a measure copulated to deprive that Mr. in his famous. affairs, would exercise a most momentous make, and Richard S. Scruggs.-
again Clay offering
AnTihanks when 1 can buy influence upon tho distracted counsels of the
.., mylars thvm of their inalienable rights, and graduallybut "Compromise" became the great "peace-mak-'
bread and butter., surely and certainly ultimately reduce ] State wt have taken the hbetry ot intruding .
l "' My daily brand being, Southerner. be was offering to the DEATH OP LOUIS PHILIPPE.
school when with cite toy,11 playa, them to tho position of provincials and depen- country a measure which would redound to the upon your leisure.morpcnts. In propounding His Majesty King Louis Philippe died on .-
At had cants of the North Sir, I. cannot believe it! 1 his the following question for your considerationwe the 26th Clare.
And sometimes quarrels [ honor of the South We have examined Monday morning, August, at
make such of-yq'ur-
would "ute 'me up," But what was the !ate of this famous"compro I compromise] let us turn to the history of a part purpose to a disposition ,inount. The King had been made aware of
L Jr larger boys mise" the Senate of the United States IIr.I reply,(should you deem them worthy of on.;) '
t could run and tell my.dad t I of[ his life examine the direction his rm- in consider mostconducive nix approaching dissolution early ob.the PfIcadin -
quarrel l-.ust tight, Clay found existing;; among Southern BcnI D"S'we ns you, your judgement may !:. day, in.the presence of the Queen,andreceiving ..
ion token early day.
N L had'probably "pathies": had: at an to the public intercuts. Wt>feel no '
ators 'R purer p'atrioijambe with calmness the melancholy in
On niiOil'eTA"TelJ11P I not find, sir, that be advocated, in his early I hesitation in expressing our decided convic- *
to find, and intellects, that, j I
confess expected formation thus first broken to him, preparedfor
1 ,
life the j
Nor do I always, all his eloquence could mislead introduction upon the stage of public, I tion that a public expression of opinion, on
not even ; the final which.he wished to
with colors flying arrangements
Come on emancipation of slaves'in Kentucky would' bo instrumental in
and his ardently cherished measure was defea .gradual I your part directly make.
In early days. my bosom friend ted. Since then ho has avowed the most startling '' an attempt which was scouted by almost every_ harmonizing the conflicting views prevailingto After a conversation with the Queen, he
Beard member the body in which it was introduced7Do extent in the State of Georgia.
was young Augustus } doctrines that h.avo ever been held by anAmerican so great un dictated with n remarkable clearness of minda
thought our friendship ne'er could en-1, Stalesman.und which in their effects we not find also thai upon every occasionthat This conviction thus forced upon our minds, corclusiun to his memories in order to com-
7<< presented he again and again brought up must be an apology for the liberty! we have
So firm it then appeared would lend to the most fearful and disas: whenan pjete a history which illness had compelledhim
his eldest son, that the same measure,endeavoring all times ta.kenAlloy us to express our highest approbation
wt week I trashed trous consequences. They are in effect ,no the to suscnd for more than four months.He .
offered to thrust it upon of the stand taken in behalf,
for Healing of my chicketw- citizen of tho country owes any allegiance to opportunity you our then caused to be summoned hi. chalanthe ,
miup before the 'squire, his parent State, and in. case of collisionis State of Kentucky Has he not for a great ; 1. If the bill reported to the Senate by the Abbe Guelleall his children and grand

\vjofipedmelikt the dickens I bound to array himself upon the side number ofyears been Vice President, and WAS I committee of thirteen known as the compromise children, who were at Claremount at the time,
made President of the African ; bill had become law of tho land could
he eventually a ,
tweeiheart.Mary Drew of the Federal Union even to the utter exter- and in presence of the q. een and his family
then my Colonization ? Thus plainly show- have been expended the Territories
Then Society slavery to
etrlielflame, mination of the rights and liberties of the State ? ne discharged every duty of religion with the
My boyhoods would be true, which gave him birth. Also, that no State i ing in what direction his "sympathies" lay acquired! from Mexico"? most perfect Christian resignation, asocial i
Who Tow'd she always Those who are acquainted with history art 2. Will not the claim "that Congress has the
number States
of no ] and ,
and reason firmness
which is real
[ by party a simplicity toe evidence
If I would be the same ; has even the slightest ah!dew of right, no matter I well satisfied of tho facts. And yet this is the right, and it is duty, to legislate to protect slaver human greatness. -

loved her well-we were engaged-" how grevious the wrongs they suffer tQ man, and his celebrated "Compromise" the i. ry in the Territories," yiold by implication the lIe then remained for some time surrounded

Ilad fixed the.ahftPJJT day withdraw.from the Union; and should a fatal i measure, that were to have had tho "sym power to legislate against it ? I. by his family. Towards seven o'clock in the
Before It came she jUted me,JOh blow be struck at the liberties of the fjfteeq\ : pathies" of the people of Duvai county:! Sir\ 3. If the constitution confers,"the right of evening the debility from which the King ha4

And married Harry Gray Southern States by the majority in Congress neither jlfr. Clay's Compromise nor Mr Clay, slavery to enter and occupy the Territories of I been suffering appeared to have passed over,

l that I were a boy again, with the sanction and approval of the Executive nor his followers and worshippers, nor the the United States." will the demand upon Con- I and fever came on, which continued during

With toO, and balls and toys the Southern States must bow submissively advocates of any Northern measure, can ever gress to recognize thai right in any every territorial the night with n\uch violence, but without disturbing

Thai I bad noughl do with men, to tho yoke, and dare not raise their voice have my "sympathies," and there are of will our bill, bt inconsistent with the doctrineof I I I : the composure of mind, which never/

But went to school with boys I either Individually or collectively to right the fellow citizens, who, upon the day ot trial non-intervention? abandoned his Majesty.He .

For my friend was kind, wrongs which must forever blot them as sovereign .; bo found to express and act out the some sentiments Mr.- In submitting these questions tq your consideration expired at 8 o'clock on Monday morning :
Jwtetheart fond and true ; States from the Confederacy This is Let men not deceive themselves! to be decided upon in the premises in the presence of the Queen and the follow '
My to think doctrines and Clay in the councils of our country is an ene- according to your discretion we have the honorto
nd tad am 1 at limes the tendency of his monstres ing members of his: family :Their Royal
They ever older Crew strikes at once at the basis of all fret and confederated my more so to dreaded than Benedict Arnold be, very respectfully, Highnesses the Duchess of Orleans, the Countde
'government I in America. The Federal in the camp of the British Army: for :the former JAMES II. ROYAL, / Paris, the Duke de Charta, the Drake and

nn.. ) Union is a compact of the States composing with transCTndant abilities is constantly JOSEPH A. SHEUMAKX; Duchss de Nemours, the Prince and Princess

1M Editor JCOIIM\OOc ,," it, and bAd its existence long after their existance endeavoring to undermine and destroy the, RICKABO S. SCRUGGS. dc Joinville,'the Duke and Duchess d'Aunale,
proceedings OfS the ofthe South while he keeps his worshippers lIon. John U. Berrien, U. S. 8.Aco..
SaID lot published was known u free and Sovereign rights the Duchess of Saxo Cobnrg, aDd the; attached
Ora"\1J Inn moetlnc 1 find my name among Slates; and, by their freely and voluntarily) blinded to their fate: the latter by his hot attendants of the royal household.
\f"T".nty Four ape committed to overt an act of treason that WASRlXQ1'Olf, SI, 1850.
COCM\lllee ( head haste
th0u the consenting to unite and form one'len.rat enormity ;...On Wednesday morning at nine oclocktkq
Resolution.u the
to dreg a Preamble Iud of Government, for mutual and reciprocal the eyes of all men opened to GU'ILEXEliLaboring under indisposition, body) of the illustrious personage was deposit-
po1Id i icntimente of tite meet4ng-.tQ benefit'and advantage. They could not have of his crime and his influence. was thence* and pressed by engagements, I have not until ted in the leaden coffin to contain the remains

be our &natura and ReprelOn- been" compelltjt to enter the Union, for each forward foreyer 'lost. now, beeq able\ to answer your letter.-Presuming The whole of the family, with the Abbe Guille

-aU".. ss. At the time' .K" State was entirely free and independent bt the There has been enough of this pandering to you ban kept. copy of it, I do not restate &c, were present, and the coffin was hermeti

val shunt from others and there was no power to coerce or the intetests nntf policy of the North, and I de.. your questions-accept the following answers icaily scaled. This collie will be placed u.
i%. S- Dot that I had been,I celled In to compel the submission of any State that should that our people will set to it in I : one with crimson satin, and the interment will
***> i.I t_ Its proceedings until I saw it and fa have chosen not to enter the Union. Had,there.. voutly future that hope there shall be'no more. The first 1. If the compromise bill should pass slavery take place on Sturday. (this day) at. an early

of the 41a1- A. th,Pmmblo been compelled to enter the Union against her"I act the surrender of the Misouri Compro. will be excluded from California by the hour. There appears to be some doubt aala '
ccmtalll ienUmenU which uever bun end at once provision in her constitution to "which, Con, the place 'of-intermenL but it is still thought
wishes there would have an surrender -
put __u _n1 '-. m tree. .i ..fi *i bound to miss line; the lute was_the attempted 'feu will. have given validity__ ___ -aa__ to'__ _New 'of
-- there such n n George's in anticipation
But of the St. Cathedral an
wr.&M l1W1'r Will uv of all free government.- was no Compromise ot me whole {' # ;
tUeo"DlJaccn: and to 1&110 those who hare; compelling power in the government of the 1 Territory by latelY acquired from Mexico, with'a Mexico and Utah, it will depend upon the its ultimate destination being in the royal
coabdenpeheretofdn I whether the laws in
honored me with their Federal Union. Such an idea is an absurdity. of the Territory of Texas, and question are vault at Paris.
summetset which large portion force. I hold that they are not. They are
ot turned this was'nosuch at the lime of Col- ,
that 1 bare A Iflhen, there power of the South in the
I appet.! by tbla Preamble and these RtlOlu-"' of the formation of the Federal Union, there the umbia.rights It is time that the South should say superseded by our own, as soon as a territorial "Weep with those that tewHow this little,- .
boas to bare ores. )11 ''cOOyaction of right, can have been none since, unless by,the free with one voice to the grasping North, wt government is organized-but others, enter incident touches the heart: *

&Del., Krm f ltblea"; never have been, andatftr consent of every Stale of the,confederacy as will have to the line of 36 30 with the guarantied tain, or profess to entertain, different opinion "A mother who was in the habit of asking
can be, with the! "friends DC Clay' Compromi.e. this we know ha, never been The right slavery South of it, we concede to -and the doubt thus evinced willl prevent her children, before they retired at night, what
reported by a committee ihe Union freoly slaveholders from carrying their property done the day to males other gap
.which was Southern States having entered all the country north of it guaranteeing they had during
r the Sona.te," tt measure at once 10 odious and\voluntaritYi\ with eq rights and privileges you freeTerritory perpetually therein. This there to encounter law suits Congress ought py, found a young twin daughter silent. The
o traitorous to the South, that my great- with each and tvary State forming the to you ultimatum of all that we will do. It will therefore to insert in any act which they may elder one spoke modestly of deeds.and dispose

-, &11410 is,to fad southerners forgetting Confederacy, they hive.; a perfect and indefeasible is the behoove us to look to the steps we pass on this subject, a clause stating that the lion founded on the eat surprise; ere long in force in those terri; '
and lendiait laws of Mexico are not should do z
their native soil, with Ira so the Gov- would that they unto you.
the rights of right to w fmg compact take and what we shall! do. Already as you
Yet We have obtain
itlluJJport. shall be tories. sought to. Still the little bright face was bowed down in
tbemaelYH for a moment soon as their liberties cg[ lhsdr rights | ernment h concentrating troops upon the confines -
tboUIQ Dot wit h Union shall this in vain declaratory clause. The question was repeated, and the
ntbJl th. It\I1anCl1p.\1\ thct, likely to be subverted or that of Texas, with the undoubted intention of silence.
2. I could answer this question generally in child said timidly MA little who
to confer the be sought in the Union.At her territory to the strong dear little girl
cease to yield
out prtet4ent.DOt a follower of. ,or the lime 'of :the formation of the federal coercing hand of the North. The day for conciliationand the Iegutive-Coo has authority, in various : sal by me on a bunch at school Jiadlosl a.bar
I am laws in and tor
to ,
cases, pass All the she studied her
his the South possessed more than hAl. The North has by brother. time lesson
Union, has passed.
thoa who are the : compromise the of existing rights-while it has
believe, influence.In the country.-Since that with constant strides, protection shy hid her face in her book and cried. I felt
lancid matched us
I mlopetelrIlbertiei steadily upon annul them. Frccduin of he 1 "
slow no power to r\resx, !1so that I laid: face on the book
has steadily,though ngts sorry my same ;
that influence have yielded our I
the ..
and time and step '
step by step the right to be from unreasonable .
to declined while trial by jury, exempt an.I cried with her.-Then'sht looked and
10 his grup 11 p !,outd H ly, and almost imperceptibly, until nowthere is no course for us to pursue; seizure and searches, with; others up
sta orlhe the North has Increased In wealth, in power but to surrender Use whole that is left "*, or, put her arms around my neck but I do not
thl&boUt1 urOlttnd. strides until now that North resist are constituional rig'tL. Congress may pass I I. know why hhesaidlhad dono her so much
we no
giant to the
Decka the galling beseep and influence with one voice to say laws to facilitate this enjoyment of these rights, I. ,
and ,la..ry. It I portion of the'Union has avowed doctrines, farther. The first sword drawn' against Texas while they have no authority to annul or abridge good. __
and unfounded claims Union numbered.The .
Ie' h1l celebrated the and set up monstrous end from will sea the days of the There I them. 80, if the right to hold slaves A jockey at a fair who had bargained with a;,
calculated in the to sweep commenced.
ptopoic by which are contest has already constitutional right, the to remove
be not known is a power to have
horse that
ot Southern State, the for a happened
lon country 'world shut our to countryman
North cnonDOUl re the face of the every is no reason logger to eyes obstructions its enjoyment in the common
be not propose to tate sovereign commonwealth. breeze that any bald face observed to the latter that he look
CallCornl&t Does as a free and I painful truth. The next sweeps territories .of the Union, would not draw a
u fromhe Treasury the 1Uiona or dollars tern with The North has largely the majority in Con- from: the West may bring us the imelligenct after it the power to prevent its enjoimenl ed pale in the face. "Yes," said the countryman .

which t. quiet the claim of Texan her to her that tress and what may that'section with not Northern do, conscious ,, that: we are banting upou the verge of Southern -' there. In a word,Congress may legislate for "and if you had looked through a hah

101'1haa the of power:head aa it of it the is,nation a The present liberty. or Southern annihilation. I the protection of a right guaranteed by the ter as long as he has, you would be pale in,
the ,
Sff/jsKSffljas at Respectfully
thl orth president his : Constitution, but they cannot legislate to destroy .
Executive had but just stepped into : OSCAR IIARTf it. the fact loo. .
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i S'T.\, 'AUGUSjTJiEx"Saturday ; form fut another in ,nf the :;;::;;;'-= ...=--
__ Southern Convention- i re agitation'is measure f Correspondence City, I which the liiKcruunU''who nr e c uaj"t b
I .. j'. Sept. 21, 1850.FOR When our Representatives: in Congress a3- which)there isn diversity of opinion.. Bc.thisaij SAVAX5AH, 23d of J.t. 1S5: conspiracy to disrupt 1 the Uniont .n >hdt'nU t 1proelaiimd

\! _..1.-. dressed a joint and unanimous letter to lIis I i it may, the Southern convention h i or i is not to They cry Peace when there is I war to !ht" knife, agaiiist, \'e"'
RkPRE2XTATl\r TO CONGRESS. !i reassemble the "which called forth ... I\c.
I Gov. Brown questions: Pie of Mho South-that of .
Excellency their views
t JOIlft ; presenting freeing t
'J ''," BEARD, OF,, LCOtf CO. ''from lIt: Cabefl recommendation-of this 110 Pcace\)! from and '"
of the and raising Tiim
-I------------- .. necessity importance of this Con- U>, tn'
t :: f r 8'i>*OR R PlES' NTATIVE-roru- ------------ vcnlion. Gov. Brown replied. 1/convention are either settled to the satisfaction The measures which the.Country wrretoldj! ; with the winter imun-a 'scheme JeTel .

I LEG, -I j of Mr. CabHl or they arc not. When Mr. would their: 'abroad orCltniiinr
; i' bring healing on winjs rwouldstilj and
i 1 consider such
ISLATURE. '' ,. r a convention as rewlutionaryinitstendency ; unquestionably ca ieJy
I .P 'llU.DGWIiOLA1U.?::: and directly against the spirit( if not the i I' Cabell rcconimendcd) the people Florida to 'the \ fends and distuiilsj! contending gold! -oufchisurcly to open the eyes'of lOtC1g"

,_' -_-_'_-.-_:_,_ : -_ ... :. letter of the constitution rl the United Slalesf which! join in this convention he told them. "An States, and restore the,Union to its wanted.harmony -'Jter; portion. of the people ofttbe North"7o bet.

t\\ I Tho frieqds of Mr. Mi D. PALSY announce declares that "no Slate sjiall enter into any, treaty.j anxious observance of events transpiring ; have-all tern successfully passed; Ly folly, the fanntacisnl, anti tho/wickcdncsj: 1h4'tK'l!
: shim as a candidate for)the: office of Register alliance or confederation.1" ./ i I around me has forced the conviction on my Congress, and authentically signed by the these agitator: who would sacrifice-the .

,of Public Lands. l/r mindthat the rightsand honOr of the section of President.An the pea
I happinc3ss,. nd the
\ .J ,, I A separate letter of Mr. jCabcll,!, pressed the Uvcfqf; !! g wz;

I t '- -- outhcrn convention with energy and mcitheabuvc : the Union in part represent are endangered. hundred guns,were fired Washington .| countrymen,to promote the absjddpJt.
ATTENTIOyflEMOCflATS iI We have now a right to ,know whether( this in |r elevating the African or
. I'o hion of Gov. Br< b'v say ig. commemoration of the happy avent : Father I; to a Icvel..M'u.
I Remember the Electing This,Evc-, I I:1; cause of alarm has subsided, and if so, in Rilehlc of the I casian and .
Union and Gales of
\ \ 1' have been, as you know} opposed to the I ; I j .cljt embruing tlienr. ho
I :nLng-Everyflcanocrat come. A full calling ofa Southern Convention, but as my what manner and by what measures. fUr. the Inteirgenefcr, rejoiced together ; and the .i| intelligence, the lovo.of libertFaadlf5i
:iattcndn .
I!, .' nee It request v
, I -CTRead the letter: ofJudge Burricn on our first of the) fact/that my State is pledged has issued two addresses for consideration* nodded their heads: at each other, in token of made fret, and tb,,' free can ruiain (rtedo w ?,.
to "join tho other Southern States." J i I his ,
; % .gge.Judge 1L13awhigaud:: was supfortcr of consider this" Conyention essential to the security *constituents.upon further Has action he made of: tho any Southern observation their, delight and satisfaction the result; I I But apart from all this, watuink *it D .

.grinral Taylor for the Preside ncy-rcd \\hat of 'he Suutlf-to the preservation of the convention? Has he gh'cn.his and''all. went merry asa" nmrriagejrell. The:. .be plainly seen, that no tsrms can bi"JJ' loa.
t to
: ho says.abcutClaysComprornteBiL1.' Hojsavs Constitution, ami to the perpetuity or continuance opinion as l( mb"ers of Congress wcr6 told bthccongraiuiatcrs -Jgcr-kept, with those who mista4 &onciH ,
the further deliberations! of
that body m which
the of thc Union.5' : and tho approvers oftheVlaborsthat tory, for a' subTnTssfve spirit-wfil
,peoplo had .
q-California: no right to ta: l
,. S "prohibit* Slavcrj x;nrid* ,tffmt Congress by admit ."It is to be an advisory" body, to "define'the I he so strongly an J in such p tfiotic-Iangulgc:;' they bad entitled tliemsejvcs tp tbb cession, by encroachment-who niistaV eon.the
of.the South he said
to let the recommended ustojoinHas '
tting: her with l her ; country anything lasting gratitude of their" and 'thai'they love of the "'Union. firhich has
present Constitution has know "what we want," : and what we shall I about its rc-asscmbling! ? Had nota country, .. induced the

.:. .given tho, prohibition life and validity suys he. demand : not to threaten/but to warn the people right to expect and have .ounollook, you d in hail noonly tog home and spread tho South to ,add a Califor a, to a Mjssou4i( ,

I ; It ixthf same thing as ffcongr sJthd. imposed the pf the North of the consequences of measures from ) I 'glad tiding,. and receive-as they deserved, promise; for a craven consciousness onts In. '

:! pnvisb themsehes./, proposed by many and most of their Representatives. vairTfor.something, him pro or con respecting the ,plaudits and welcome, "well done" of thcirjtni bilitvejtl r to pWt Aa?, t. ,,1 .
'Another and prims oj'jecl] of this this further action of t 0 "onven'ion .' fnron cxist
t L glasses Sparkled or out of it howcrcr'
.t/.. Tlja Congrcsf;of the.Uniteclt 'U/cfl' ha* passywuvnunwc Con.ention wi!$ 'II'" n nqli.yt p j< i i "nil JOB ii "Ti ijTiTnrKrTnTTTfil I, 'rcTjpir' on/the ,f it ; vaporiagl'
board/'arid festive faces,beamed with Ij may talk of
II __,. ,, 0 iiicvsa und I cipato7"ho aided in exciting'the I withdrawing from ft acd I
; ..', ? ... : *uni,..:41". luf4an eeeniinc; union i propose 'fo the Southern people the mode public mind and in mst smiles around it ; while tho revel rose high in forming a s.epara'to confedhicy. Nwerthe- I
t, ., _tDUl' a should be dissolved I, and .l-Ie should- be and measure of redress," in certain contingencies interesting people in I that starry roofed, and many-pillared Federal L less, ,while.wa hope that ihe Nashville Coa-
1 pre- : to the entire this convention.: Was or was it not the Hon.
7zriL" HjaJpr'Ueard and 'disunion is thrown S.uth.in( a position Hall, that had so lately 'resounded with the vention will meet, and recommend
I to act in..conl'ert and with decision, should the 2. C. Cabcll t When GovBrown told secession,
'jin the, h lIde.t .*' 'II I' us. voice discord the threats of disunion and and the immediate i
organization ofa
4__ Congress the United States pass a law de 1 "1 can see n thingneutl.. t las occurred in-the as I separate
: grading to our section, which, in.tho expressive the noise of encountering factiors ; lo an confederacy ; we equally/Hope tlUlt .this; .
: / this or.
( pect of agitation question which should call r
Icorgiair language of thc Virginia Legislature; ominous sound is heard in the 'gale-that like p mzation, will Le Provisional, or, temporarvand
1 \ TIIE-CONVENTION. CALLED ." should be "resisted, at every hazard: and "to:; forth at this time"juch extraordinary and revolutionary the Uooming of the cannon Waterloo, that that from this vantage ground tha seceding -'
: the last r.Itrt'rTlIlIn such event the Union measures, Mr. Cabell on thQ watchtower : States,will hold out tho band of forgive
By the Savannah Republican we learn that will and should be tfasolvid. and we should be pre proclaimed to us, that the rights, interests broke up in such hot baste the ball at Brussels ness and reconciliation to our brethren- the

I\I (Govl: Towns has i issued.his Proclamation call. pared. But this preparation: and this positionof and honor of the section'of the Union ho cast sudden. and cold death damp on the North} o/i the condition, that they will enter '

: jng a convention of the people of the State to the South will endanger the Union. It in part represented are endangered and he feltit feast, impressed a pallor on every countenance I into a bond to k ep tho peace in future-will

I to J Iveld on the 25th November. ','ill add to its security." his duty to admonish his constituents of tho 1 and carried to every. mind the sad con give new.guarantoes for the, security of'SouthJern -

\ !1r. Cabcll at that time said that he felt perils to which they are exposed." viction, that: "the end is not yet"-that the ufn-e I\ property, and .rights'anil_ that tha wicked

j, . WarBnmorsPrdcrt .- ]I Ij I it his duty as' the Representative of tim people -I[ had This its was effect lanungc"calculateJ the became to excite, it :j wounds" of the body politic, had been merely f amongst and that they them will"will hereafter cease redpect from troubling thatnuHc

have ; ; of Florida! to admonish his constituents of people natu rally skinned over and were bleeding anewjand; that Compromise by which the Constitution '
been : was
receieved. at Norfolk I (o fit enough aroused and looked !I
still8 believeiheydoiooktothe
1 "out immediately'ail; the perils to which they were exposed, ,whichhe as tho pause in the conflict .which had been mista- brought into cxisttn.cc1otl which forms the
I the United. vessels action of the Southern !I. main, root of the
did by Addressing them in the convention I kn for the return and calm of ,was only life-supply ower-wret.
io language
Ii' \ \ jn that.slot ion.: They are, said to be ordered .I ) with much interest. If ,there is I peace I ed and ffoot-bearing Tree liberty. In the
herein I I of those lulls which oftun '
repubhihed through his communicationto so occur in hur
1 I'l' -to Cuba; It ,is affirmed among otherreportsthat,8pain : zeal'for Southern rights which has ahead mean time, or before the quarrel'comes to a
t ; has.assumed a tonetoward the the Guvcrnor.;: of discretion toI I ricanes, which alarm! the mariner, no less than i i, "spcration 'a mcnsi et thoro-we exhort, them

\ ,1' United States which .cannot Our, Readers well remember the convention..... no one has contributed more I, its wildest fury ; as they ever.portend a fresh to bear in mind, that ifSlavcry bo a ..blcmjjton
a moment be that zeal than has Mr. Cabell. Where and !
tho fair form of the Goddess
of ..
q ,\ .. olcr ted. ,*?* met with no favour from the Gov. and Jfr.? 'I outbreak--louder thunders, and fiercer blasts.
; ,:. what is the position of Mr. Cabell now ? In his : it u one that cannot bo approached bvtho
1 .: s Cabell in company with the other Representatives I Yes!,from the black North, the murmcrs of the knifes touched the
late address 1\ or by cautery without imperiling
e 'V ei/\er"as
-1 : says rcr Representa- .
was admonished!! by his: Excellency in brewing: tempest, is heard once more-the or destroying the life thepatient
Mr. ..cabell.l tire or candidate will ;
; -
I the following language. assume awful responsibility smoke begins again to rise Irom the Abolition who though{ of divine J descent, is not immortal .

\ -. This Gentleman'in! i his letter to Lemuel '\ViI- "I regret(that it should have been deemed expedient if recommending to you a dissolution ff the cauldrcn','and the cia! w-f ohd: spirit evil, to but subject to the final stroke of fato.; That

\: 0 Jlon Esq. ofNfwnansville: dated 21st, May 1850.ays at this tiaie by Southern Members nf Union." Pray How long has: Mr. Cabell prac- ascend in its curling volumcsp-rcady to- deI -I', in fini', it must be left where it isas btsidcj
\ :- congress ticcd this position 7 Of what did Brown I : tint danger of meddling! with it--it iVat the
to countenance the getting up this Southern convention gov. part again on their demo -crr'nJi-bent on j j i worst, m Tly one of those wtimb-sfob, .which
i "/ ha been complain, when: Mr. Cabell said. In such :
induced event
>> ,
i ABAJJDOX my Jrfure any, overt act aggression on Southern mischief, and commissioned to destroy. 'I ,she brought with her into the world, :and for
i i Determination not to lea candidate.Lctt&tnnd the Union trill and 'should le
Jitsoh-Pd and U'e'
II .j i i State\ .: rights and institutions has been committed." ]I i'Scarcely was the ink dry of tLc Presidents, signature -i which therefore', she cannot now be held
I rtpresentations from Dllrartslf the wakeme should be '
prfl'aredl"Vas not Mr. Cabcll a' I accountable! and which those who truly
,T >, feelit my DUTY TO THE \VnrG rARTVnnd: The Sentinel the nnd .to "the tin: LiUs"-the measures
; to my, largest most conspidousWhig Representative when he addressed us in the ?toy? 'es'f worship her, will regard{ :as children
t ;:Jtatc, not to withdraw from public IiI! now." ,; which were to pacificate the and .
I paper in the Stan, speaking ofth>J reply language above Did I country ; II f. t :ZO1t! or utl.er mark bu the "ceofa be-
11 UCTJ Mr. .Cabull reveals! the true object! ofhis 'of said ; he not here assume the* scarcely had the sound of the cannon fired in :iuvil Paront-\vH-h they view with
tho Governor I'll the reply u-e have I a sort CJC
I awful .
abandoning his determination not to be responsibility\: of to I
a can- recommending us a
iatlier than
celebration ot jH-rsoiial ;n eiM with
tecvcnt= dud on the when ycjiujb/ind
i ,I didate,-DUTF TO THE Wino PARTY !Li only to say' tla\\ it shows to us conclusive reason dissolution of the Union ? Again in the same :!; the tcrch-leuiciscf car; I I[ uhichare newi ffef fJf fSs dcToTrnita's! by the
ft I : the free soil and Abolition
Yet with this declaration made: before the cGncnahc'minJs shculd
why tncnof not frnollr
letter-Mr. n'il'cfioiv: But
\ Cabell sa) ?, "we w'sh in prcrcnt the ;.cyeof among a new people:
I Assembling of the Democratic :'convention this uriiur crusudc against: the South, hunt forth their Who
proposed Southernconvention I II i j arc without of those recollections
I which J'resczJcIrcumstances. passage of laws which ice are pledged' tn resist,or, if any
1. met on the; 17th Junehe, has the presumption ." 'I defiance to the friends'of peacc.andUnionmid': i that sanctify the past, and whoasinour ca**-

1'' \, denominate the Democrats l'Demagoguett we cannot prevent aggresziozi-untl outrage, ice\:\i: run: up again the black! flag of 'rce soil and ''I are constantly receiving fresh ndditions! t tn
1 % because they nominated a candidate The appeal-of Mr. Cn ell was apparently should be pref-ared to resist. "Mr. Cubcll was' I their nu-nbrrs from abroad of
persons whom
Negro and
1 I 'irom their, own party;-What modesty, aWhig& ; ardent and patriotic and notwithstanding the then as he is now a Representative:! when he rights, renew the Jacobin critsof"duwn even the few historic monuments and traditions -

I Candidate unning from "DUTY TO THE \'"IlIaI of appealed to the people Florida in the rnnuare with the Slave holders! ," cease not the J \\ hich it dow
( I r I opposition the, Gov. anti Sentinel, it had I professarceither unk Down,

\ f lerrtui r&RTvlccturing to nominate the one people mat mil because mat utmozrais they pre-: ,' great weight and influence with the people.. g above quocJ.Vhat did! he mean, in I| holy war against- the annre.ssors." renew the anilatlon co |I( or objects of no "very slrorjfr; interest! ,. fhfr' ran -
$ ,.
; !
I I ; at the next Congress, | mereuce, isn'' urn nine
w.en a different and cewaniy Cytlol'
Jiad Borne interest;, In the State and country'! J Jr | When Mr. Cabell told the people that the the name ofcomm'on sense if he did not mean !j I is
J 1\\ aut) often wantlnc altogether.1it
justcr proportionf'Northern
A scat' in Congress has: made this dictZ\.1 what he should ; and Southern representatives : .
r mn a prime object of this conventionfoultJ be "If) just says, be "resisted ,at -
\ ,or. What claim has Mr. Cabcll upoi: tkc'Jiemocartic hazard anJ to the last I, will be returned, under the new CenSlI"" tU A.tcienlCily,
: fact the .entire South in a fosilicn to act in every/ extremity"Ae | ,
'I 1 party that he should complain because We will, proceed .to quote the whole of tub TIC lion 3:. C. Cat> I1.-
will and should be llissoh'cd"V do wish
concert and with decision, should the rf c to :
: they nominate a Candidate ? Are we congress I paragraphs we allude to, which in This mtemiu: ** i :n ppwhendeil ,.has/bro
'\ JtU Mr. Cabell's slaves thathe should corrj- United States pass a law degrading to our secthn understood as criminating Mr. Cabell for the l tho New York appeared ken the Wmrticsetl: which his'lip* har

1 I jnand u.sVe trust there are some Freemen which, in the expressive language of the l anguagehe used in his letter to the people EvcningPut of tho 10th instant, been ciiaea; sa 1un2Id; ju4on the eve of iha
I in Iorldl'wbo will not yield to the petition of Virginia Legislature, should be '"IESISTCD AT through Gov. Brown, we'then sustained him so I p: the leading Negro paper of the North. ; i nw" imp'>rt..ut eti4J'i: ever held in FloriJha : .-

Mr. Cabell, altho', ho may feelan interest in the "little" and I "With regard to New Mexico! and Uuh -> ct'-l:: ">.>r'ii'Id to a1ress; himself to tho
far as our our "obfcure"selves ,
/approaching election he never knew before. Which I whichare, now provided with territorial I'iopSiFlorida! { i: iliu; I L.rjguage of jtudied.stmtigi.s ,
/merest he divulges to be /Ac Whiff party"Disunion. In such an event, the Union will and SHOULD could but we do complain that he should now containing; no prohibition: of slaver govcrnments I j'; : ; ', :",'-. ; a ;nef, as ha doubtless

-:- BE DISSOLVED, and we should! be prepared,*- turn round and cat the words and languge he ry, there is nothing t.> prevent that question) !s'.ftPo'et:', vtlj"ii-ull; ; v well I constructed to calch

\ '. the. opponents of said convention may have then proclaimed, thereby leaving those who from being brought up ajairi as often as there birds of every tVufliqr; ; but in this hope ho

'Floridians. if any" one charges Mnjor John l looked upon said language: \s wiihthorror treasonable nave! have been influenced and encouraged in- i the slightest! chance for it:* success.- There must bo disappointed. Surely the voters of

Beurd, with disunion ,sentiments, in your h ar-'t, and revolutionary, but certain! it is the a positiqn and feeling of resistance with their mendmcnt i is nothing to of prevent these bills a proposition from Icing for brought tho n- They Florida had arc a not Tight prepared expect to be from treated Mr./thus.Citbell-'

j ingpoint then,to Mr. Cabell's letter to governor,' stand and appeal of.Ur. Cabell: contributed to fingers in their mouths, to look for some oilier {forward at the next session of Congress, when something tangible, position, even defined ;

J Brown, wherein he onc.o said, to ibo people of the arousing of the people,-a firm nnd deter- l leader. w: shall be reinforced by tho accession f the senators i but not sn imve they found( it. On the subject

Mr. Cabcll : now think the of and of of the Cray surrender[ 'b.1IVhat is his wnguag -
Florida.. mined (csolutinn! to proceed in that ccmvcn- may system representatives California ; nothing '
non-intercourse the best and recommend it,this to prevent it from b 'inp urged upon the next '? "To some of its details he was decidedly -
-"Should the Congress of the U. States pass lion, from that moment became evident "
I ( \ Southern'Con' Congress, when a different and just proportionof opposed. 'Ah which were thejf ? S&:.
b a law degrading to'our Action, which, in the I> throughout at least Kast }O'iorida.Vbigs and system may adopted by the northern and southern representatives ,will ward,hR he: ,&c. were opposed to soma: of them:

pxpressive: languago of, the Virginia Legislature Democrats, united in the primary meetings, vention {for"aught we know, we have been led ba returned to Congress under the now .census. Pity he f failed specify his likes-and dislike!,

I the influence of Mr. Cabell to confide in"that Ifwe can not exclude 41 but as a basis settlement he it"
should bo resisted at every;: hazard and 'and! an unanimity: which would not otherwise I by slavery from the territories approved .

to the Jastextrem ty?' ir"Z/t such ermt/ e U- h have existed was the result of the exertionsof : Com'ention. and such has been and stll is bur I by a direct prohibition ; if Congress has What single! feature in if s'whole! scope iraJ.
\ not the firmness or the virtue to amend th7 \there that failed to take from ths South so&q
-. m'on will and should be dissolved, and we should Mr. Cabell.-Delegates of both parties were determination in that respect that wo will territorial government by a formal recogni essential and constitutional tight 7 fions, cm"phtiticaily 1J.tf;

be preparcd"xt ?o nt thcni again to Mr Cabell's I appointcd'io the convention, convention met cheerfully co-operate in whatever that conven- lion of the lawof freedom, bequeathed ,by ,none! Upon tli&subjuct! of Filmore'l!

circular oft.he 28th August 1850; whith and for u hat ? Let Mr. Cabell say to "define tion may do in the premises. Ttfa important: JT/exico' to her ceded! provinces, w iciUda oar War Ues"1'hiCh; is driving; the Suutherc,.i

I I he recommend, mm-infercoune!! Ask, them I l I the position of the South" "10 let the country question with you citizens of Florida and best to exclude it by the continual agitation (f theqxution States to.desperation and \\vtfcb, threatens! 'tt
a method sovereignty of. of their
cf warfare which i still on a number with i in
under what clause ot Iho'Constitution! they can I j I know what we want," "and what we shall de f fiends' of the Southern Convention is, whetherin and which the capitalists who possecs* lefius overthrow, 'and ,places the.res1Jue'undUY
I justify "allfurther Commercial intercourSe with I, mand &c" to devise and propose to the Southrcrn view of :Mr. Cabell's: course respecting this if we may ttust'tho admission ,of:the southern ultimate:' frown ot federal batteries1,he issilJ.

: "'he' North"1 1 Tell them to clear the skirts of i people the Amode and means of,rt rel(* in Convention and his present positipn, ,he is the politicians.-dread almost ax much. as' an erpressexclusiori" :N of.i word or dissent is'here The .ie Je

.Mr. Cabell fromdisunion btforc they make: I I certain contingencies; 'Mr; Cabell 1 himself declaring person for whom you its supporters of South- by law." army is now wending its way to Texas: fo! ftl .'.

:- ...... .. ___ purpose enforcing. free soil 1 decrees anda t .
done of the United era rights, should cast your votes.Major Thf'l"p... ." i..n. iJl.CII".t\- .n.1 .f. .' '
who has Ihould '
charge'tfgalnit that -- -
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jho. r Is S : a-nin 01'
., : ; usiny: the snil: of the Lone ,Star1 iftjhi, '
'J nothing but Sustain the Nashville ,Convention, II IIj I States pass a law degrading to our section !11! In J cies demoniac delight;: manifested by Tbl; Lloo.1 of her heroic sons, nnd yet Mr. CMbeJ ,

j who has said! nething that was not cor.tnined I such an event, the Union will and should' be Board and the Union. writer.of the above paragraph tho prospects to' consider! it so mere a matter of'moon\.,

I V, in the Resolutions of our Whig Legislature i l j jt dissolved, and we should be prepared.,'! !- of renewing and continuing tho fearful agitation as not to entitle it to a passiag notice.-'
Read fur yourselves let no one deceive Oh, he '
t S "who has said nothing that many: other Southern j'I j i What was the result of the deliberations ofj you ;which it has been the labor of a whole t no reserves his rcaentmenl\nnd hi\, t
here is'vhat Major Beard in his address to patriotic fury for :ix portion of thtf (
t'I : :: jncn of both parties have not said, who: deprecated ,j I i this convention, to which we were so patriot-! the Freemen Florida, says of the Union. session Congress to allay ; and which the ''t Florida, his own abused PeopfeTti' h,

I ti. the passage of the Compromise Bill, !;, cally invited and in which we so enthusi=.stical. "Fellow cltzcns all cherish habitual sages and patriots of .the land, had fondly demagogups"l (no more respectful term cout4'f'

I and wljo belicvcjd the ,passage of that bill j jl I ly participated ? Passage, of firm and decided j! and hcrditary love, for we the Union: but a it is the hoped, was at last 'seat/( rest-that seems, to t |t be the-Suwann applied) who assembled in Convention 'a i ':

: prould ,bring evils upon the country of more resolutions an nd ress.to the peoplo and proposal j Union that our sires bled for-.an Union of equal countenance the nrah ini cal doctrine the j ,nominate aXJtndidate Spring had the impudence !t

l i' L pjury to' ,out ultimately .i dis80u! on.I to congress to accept as a peace 'measure J rights-nn.Union to promote t general welfarenot ) transmigiation; of souls, and thatmight well :fall under the bans of his Congrc, and tbi

the line of 36* 30, after which, they ad- t that cf n particular section; an Union to lead us to believe that the foil spirit: ofa Marat !Can it be possiblo that few sore d'spreas' Rc.-o:.
I : i a
t secure "domestic: and not one to years: soJourjtU
I A (Kapler for disappointed; journed\until after tho rise ot congress then I I trposeulln the horrors: tranquillity ofa sercils (negro) war excited or a'Robespierre,had again appeared on earth \Woshiggton, audit few years association Wit

Offic ckors. to reassemble and proceed with the business I Ii by those who ought to be friends. in human form, and was once more engaged t! its corrupt political ctrctehas so impressed fclt ,
; t s with tho idea
II -t' i of the con'cntion.'hether the assembling I J loyo the Union with a reasonable affection in kindling the fires, and stirring the cauldron :t the 'of his personal .superiority!

1, I Mr.Cab'cll in a lettcrdated Sept 8tli 1850;: of thi convention had or not influence upjn I' not with a servile or superstitious reverence, of Revolution, insurrectionslaughter anti I I thus people to iiwult of Florida, that ha feeft:'at liber
1 the Jfickwnyille Repubji-} invisible i it for the a body of men composo.f or'j
published in r.s some great deityI ,
: pnd ; is for here enquire il Have
:, \-\ \\\ .', I the action congress not us tp; I| benefits it IIAS bestowed on us,and shall contin- war not the better part ofthe ciV---1 much sterling worth'8n general intelliscenc ..

1 \ pan"lIre: ?' and there may possibly b'ca diE- I but were we judge fron consummated I ue to love it till i tycsast( to bestow blessings, and of the North, the power to put down, or l as those of the SU\V Convention 7 But I tb"I

It! will tome acts we might infer the reverse. The admisi I becomes the des'royer of our peace and safety. down, these "black spirits" who are thus seek I I Delegates to that Convention arc not the oglr
office seeker, who feign at whom
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: Appointed with its boundaries &c. is (f ones flings art envenomed dart. '"t.
\ 'sion of California ing to renew.the "
But his motives i I has already ana told, he in .
againtt says E J.toEs
\ voting, : reference certain
:\ nrc\cxlfor & tiun." An Eastern lecturer remarked that it would I
to shaken
I to give: 30ppoiUon anyjnflucn'ce. ; i! considered a measure d'gradiris our the Union to its (foundation! and that &C that not one 'of these would be- uatd

\ I' ill 1 be tOosplflreflt ;mf election that The paying ofTen millions for Texas. territory : not a.very-violent stretch of the imagination must,,if continued, end its pcrdition..jncyjlstrife ; ans Southern rightsls by birth':1 South

k';; ; ( I. iwjll venture In the SatO who formerly I to be added to New Mexico and placed underhe I to believe, "that a thou-tful! Massachusetts or and fraternal discord and blood shed 'l man." Here is the voice, of Jaw. but *thO:

:! fherq aro not 5'men is sat Connecticut six mouths old, sits in his band ofEsau. U onccaAer
; control of congress a measure not y I That they'havo tho'iJI--it Proceeds nt J'D3.
.. ine1 would
i supported n1C,,wbo will: against now; 'i isfaetory all in i the South and the abolishings' : mother's !lap eyeing his own cradle, to. see I if; upon humannature to.doubt be-a slander king native the backhanjed IicK at those who arut)
dissatisfied with !lome'ppoinuneDt ;',where then to make (fan dweuld
kt pxcept those: who i aro I Trade in the D st. Columbia is'a he could not invent a better, or,'at least I. apology by savin*
\ made or' supposed to l lie made of thu Slave : iug- I can 'tho want of power for ,where there is not doubtlheir patriot&s eict TJ

influenced I II | measure much opposed-the .want of security]I' gcst, some imnrovp'ricut j ', a will, tiwie is always a way. The 'pretext ont why fling at them: the a-iuv'"v"v..bi. th, jfit j 4pot id
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no'\' l G reason why they should be sil otVh Urj C\ Her General Iti i1! 'y, from California nr--I city, but objection being (mads, the motion was I' Notice.X ; ) Eastern- --' Judicial- ]'(Circuit-- of- tb. i '
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the -fact of their foreign ) here last evening. withdrawn.' : I Q ,weeks after date rhall( apply! to the Judge of, State of 1'lorcln Circuit Court of
'** djdJlO birth name 7 The thus or uorjfeffn M rlf. Connor, who son )'.years ago laid claimto The Committee ,on printing made 'a report I I I Probates, for the Couinj (If t St. JilIn. for Utters I. St. Jolm County. -'
indignity jratuiluusly( the inUinvrtse ) of Gen. Van Ness ofthijcit rot f Administration ROPMAXdeed. -
s property- on the memorial ufMr.Beiwhichstated tint, on the E !tate of JOH.X IN CHANCERY.
offered that-porlion of our fellow citizens, who I Mi. tho alleged :r und of her being hei i ii unable goon with his contract for the > -

t.. wero not at born their in humb the ,South the rebuke, was studied whkh frec'epen and hi"t* wiJ! .w, has rccemlv* coiqa iutn tlJo> poisess. I thu public printing ,ut thc prest fiit rates,- Pt. aS._ 1850. ___ K. B. GIBD3. .: the Piter Estate Benet.of Administrator F. P. Sanchez,)|
merits n of bout ooooo, left to her by a distant : The report recommends that Mr iMt 1m Police. :
ri> .
deed., for the use of Aahron Bill for Account
should lender to those who needU's. -
r ; ly relative, in Ncw-Orioan j leis: d I from his contract, :ihi I that. M lr. /JiVhte, llhEREBY GIVEN that: six weeks after date t) Fnclander Complainant! Marshaling Assets
.their foclimss. '
trample: ? : ,' The New-York Postal Reform Association }I and Gales. .& Scaton be appointed to ilo, the the Judge of l'robtc.0(8t.. Johns gainst and Distribution of -
0' And thlfcis not Iho first hmo that the sumo: ore making nnotlivr' :attempt to get the bill for work oii certain1terms. After a 'lone dobitt, i,i (Uountyfrr Letters of Administration on.the EstateW\ ; George W.:McAllister,clahiithe Estate of Peter

. eeatk f'Ru i escaped tho lips ot Mr. CaLt lI. the reduction of postage brought up, but at this I the whole'u;;>jcct was raferred tu the Select Mary. R. Solana, l late of said 1 Couuty deed. ing tu be Executtor" Joseph Mitchel,deed.Longworth. .

; ,billut.circular more swooping denunciIfcoinst laic! period of tho session It cannot succeed. I Ci-mniitiee: au; Printing. : Augustine, Sept 23th. 1850.. I II .deed.,nnd others,

.t' Northern men ho was iud% show- WjuiiiKaio, Sep JM, '18ia.Owing t Mr. Bayly, from the Committee on Wiysmil ,- ,- ,- RAJ/OX H ERNA N Dl-\:/'l Defendants. _
..a1ythe opinion cuteitains: of
I. icb emboldens Mr. Cabell nDw to re- .r. Nfs, one.,of the Representatives from Pennsylvania fl of Assistant Secretary of State. After ile- virtue of the power vested in me by !law', I IT George W. l\IeA1hterrif, living at nil, "
Can of them the dose both! branches'of Coujjres.s ad bate, and an in tf.ctu:11 motion to lay tho bill expos for sale before the Court House resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,viz.,

_ til :sec.nny Time forbids repeat ? rd until to-morrow. The deceased w.n; .\urn-I. on the table" it was referred to a Committee. of:I door in the city-of St. Augus.ine on the first Mondayof in the State Georgia, 4-- .
rcmarkablo my noticing unwell in November lastbut \t.the riik of hii tho Whole. I, November next the following described property, It is therefureoaLotion ofWm. Forward' Sa-: '
jptUons. of this address, life he rose from his bed and 'travelled to this Mr. btanton from the Naval Committee to or PO much/thereof will pay the State and County licitor Ordered, that publication be made ,in :

,.r pre vcr, open lo criticism. The gvdopo c'ly'i: in order'to be present at the org.nniaution: whom memorials were refcrrcd.ankmg JItJI-1' tar due tbe on for the year 1840 and the nrccccary some Newspaper printed in'the Eastern Circuit
5Ipf iho [ of Florida' patticuliiBgogues I ot the House. V.itutiou: ofi.n 'American, prime meridian expensed incident thereto, viz: One hundred acres of of Florida, for ton month turscssivcly, fron/thi .

.' and Yankees and-forci bllf'l's I It appears that next week n other effort to that of Greenwich has reported agnin lchange.Hp land more or less.situated on the South of Julington I' date, requiring said George W. McAllister to/plea J'
;.w1I\bLO them to do justice. f takeujp the T aif question will bo'.mad6inthuIfouse. ) savs ha is unable to that any tcicntitic Creek in the County of St. Ions belonging to I answeror demur to said Bill tIr,the same wUt! be taken -

WHIP.Netcs : operations will be materially affected by the Henry Hull, n nonresident purchased by the said pro Vonfetto. ,

: 'Mr. Stanton. in his recent report- 'relative C to proposed substitution, .t for un American prime Henry Hull from Jl.ll1l'sJnmei. TIIOS. DOUGLAS,"Judge, Jje., be. \
.tt t' DOINGS Il'i. COGns meridLu would Unless the Taxes and expenses are paid before the Certified to be a true Copy. /'
0 a railroad to tho Pacific nnd a *hip canal across only American science '
of sale. Witness Hand and ,tbe Still ol said
S :. : (, of -Clarlclo1& the Isthmus, has fho/bllovrin: interesting independent, in unme; anl1'6iuch an independence ay .R. -B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. [L. S.] Court my, th<. lath July 1850.

/I. f Wa.sniaTot,.3EFT.13, 18SO._ pns&gc on the subject slavery. Ha says:- would dccrivo no one but ourselves. Tax Assessor and Collector, St. Johns Co. P./B. DUMASb -
: iponiisthc<%&nte met, Mr. King prcscnUlature 'Tho Atlantic Ocean is a great protectionist. Certainly wo shall u'ot be so blind as tp bode April;, 35Or \ ... "" --Cterk .l -' I

e.mcmoriftr the Lr of New Ilstands between us and Europe: 'andj tho,mo- ceived ,by it. Evgry,thing n round His'must're- .' 'v". ----i--' I I 4 ..-'-" .__ ,

C i r t ,1" 'QJlc J r 11eltiJo I' .n.1J1di.\tlJ! IOaI. 1V"'Iv"UT1t.1 .:. ,.' iTa Co;ctor'.sil'C. ,1D Notice. ,. "., J,

r' n v c, r' aro (LIT.IbIICd'SIPLIhA thehchr )nornetQr3 and sex y' virtue, of the power rested in me bylaw, I IX months after date .I, shall present my ac- ): 1
!VTbL3 .t fQ. In contemplating this subject other matters .'tants of Groat Britain i irnd Prance; our observatories J.IJ shall expose for sale before Ihe. Courthouse 'ountiand vouchers as AduiinitsratrU of the 1 1

"\ I; fro Upward moved its reference to the Com besides thoso of commerce! but mutters with : are adorno'l; with masterpieces, of art door.In the lilY of St. Augustine on the first Eate of William Gibbons, deceased, "to'the Hon.udrje .

.' tnittec on Territories, but Mr.I Mason moved to which the'destinies of the nation seem to, be J imported from Munich; our ,libraties nrc luminous Monday in November nextthe following described of Probate Alaehua County for a final ,',

t h v'it on tho table. The latter motion failed closely woven;present themselves to the mind's I with; the great works of J/iibnitz i and property, orso, much thereof as will pay the State sett jj'nt bfsaid Estate, and shall at the same time, .'

I, '! vole of 19 to li The question was then eye. "Thov loom out in tho distance tou bold- ; GtlclioNcwtortand: La Place. We must wait and County tax due thereon for the year 18-1!!. and nrv v for Lettenof Dismission as': such Admfnistralioi 3. r.

ifa Ihc reference. 1 I. to escape ub: rvation. When wo jvgard half century .before wo shall havo jarcctnd a the necessary expenses incident thereto viz: Eight: of which all,persons interested in snid Estate ,

Mr. Yulee said'M could not comprehend the America ns a slaycholdin. country, we arc fund of()observations our own oLscrmluricsi hnndrrihursso supposed to belong to Ucl.rt w I!.take notictv j ;
of jhe) reference unless it which will mako us' Jepcr.dont Towland a nonresiJent,situated in the'county ofSt. ANN JOHNS. Admintatnxtrix "-
ofoct proposed : wascomemplateathat struck with the fact that this institution is being 9fsimilar institutions of I..
Jphn. State of Florida being the same pirce
,4 it might result in action conMrarytotho'recent abroad. Per T.J.PKIVATT, Agent.Newnansville. 'J ,
pressed upon us both fronj the North and land that was allotted to Mary M. Dunham as lur Ra.June 3d1.1850.IVoiicc .
legislation of Congress. the fcJoutb, and thd course of events is mergingthe How much longer must we wait beer: we chare of her father's Estate at New Switzerland t
*'MnDIckinon then moved to lay the motion institution down upon!the Gulf of Mexico shall have American observations madefby bounded the \'catby the River St. Johnssi&su- '

., 16f reference on the table,and it was carried' by towards Iho torrid gone.-It has also been forced American instumcnts ? This i is n real independence. ring thereon in front 18 chains and 33 links on the 18 hereby given,that I shall, Pix months after d.t.1 te, 't' I
Vvotoof27tol5. ., Let us to not be httinilliatcd it present to the Judge of Probate of St. JohnV .
into the torrid zone from South America by ; North by lands of Louisa Fatio on the East by vacant -
up . .
) -Mr,( Bright, (rom the Cormnittre on Rod towards thu Valley of the Amazon and the but rather let us take courage from it, ,to imitalolha : land, ana on the south- by lanas. lonnerly Owned County, my accounts (for ssttlement and allowance)
1hdCinas! reported a bill granting to Asa Carribean Sea. It seems as though Providence honorable achievements in science of by Eleonora Colt. ns Adinjnfetrator of the Estate Robert Mickter,late
Whitney ft portion of tho Public Lands to cna- inscrutable tho older nations of the:world in duo season. Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the day, 'of snM county, deceased ;and further notice is given
in its was shaping events
ways that I .
,ble bird| construct n Railroad to the I'aciflc. the last of slavery Cut the usa of a fercign meridian involves no of role. \ / bhall nt the same time wk fs>r a final discharge
intimatcthat abiding place
to R. D. C\NOV A. SWriffand'etUfT- from my AJininlatntorehip! ,of said Estate .' ,
fjemwill bo no time for action upon it at the this Coi.tincm is to be in or about thisintertropicl independence ate'.er.Vo borrow nothing
.on .
BoeMon nlthough from the favorable from Gr.-at Britain or ether when Tax Assessor and Collector St. Johmcjf JAMES A.MICKLER.St.
present it is to be the any country, i
eca; Perhaps on April 27, 1850. / l\UI.t9t ne,Jane 151850. Cm.Notice. .
reeling towards the plnn I think it probable banks of the Amazon, where: the.negro is agnin wo correct our longitudes% from Greenwich. -
"tifftt'U. 'wilt stand n fair chance next session. to find himself at homo pi rrot* and monkeys It belongs fo us,as to her-as much as tho English ----- -: '

'.' Mr.!Frernont introduced another series of his natural companions, in the Old \Y orld. Is. language belongs to us, and whatever that I Notice. A PPLICATION will be made to the next wwionU
"Wlfsrclaftng to the local affairs of California. i is valuable which wo have inherited from her. A LL Heirs Lesateea and other
1.e to be driven into this son, or isliu to go across j persons, having: / ot the Legislature/or an act of incorporation
I Ityeridently wishes! to mnko the most of his' it, with Cuba and Hayti f for s-t--ppinj) I There is a good deal of excitement in relation! : iidcmnd3 agiint the Estate ofAnJres Cap- for the Cast Florida Fire, Life and Marine Mutual I"

'. timefor. the l1urf"OSO of creating a good impretfton stones ; or is hil td plant! himself down on the, to tho bill for abolishing! the slave trade, which t.n notified,, deceased, late of St. Johns county are Leteby Insurance Compny, to be located at St. Aagnstine
It to the same within the time
is said 1 e present prrscri- without banking
of it distant: bold Ihc the Senate It is privileges.
m .rgin at soma day; keys passed on Saturday. argued bee will
bylaw,er they he birred. *
California the close IPoO.
intends at of Sept. 3.
returning "
world's ? unless the blithe modified in ?
of the commerce 'I j tint: its terms, i it! PETER CAPELLA -
the present session: to louk after a re-election There is n good deal anxiety manifested ,will eir ctnally abolish slavery! in the District Police.AH .
to lbs Senate. relative the bill csnslruction thereof-because persons having any claims or demands
to bounty land now pending j by tho) judicial
The bill for the relief of tho Colonization Augustine. September 2ht. 1850. 8t. the estate of llcxcr KW'i'iE.I3.le ofSt.. -
in llttt Senate Messrs. Bsnton and Walker any attempt to substantiate n difference between : "
Society providing f>r tho payment of the cost having moved amendment to tho effect that! I buying a slave for use and buying one Tax Collector's Notice. Johns,deccn.td as creditors lie1r ,legatces,or olhei- i

incurred by the nrgroca of the ship I'oits, waspasse4l& the soldier shall not sell his !.indso; that unless ,fur sofeca'nnot bo sustained.It H z: undersigned Tax Assessor and wise arc herd ) notified lo present them to the eub-
a vote of 25 to 14. T Collector scriber W tllil1 two years from the date hereof,or they
ft'1:' of some unimportant an old nmn of iho war of 1312 shall think pro- is rumored that Mr. Sulden, U. S. Treasu- for the (Tounty of St. Johns'! wil) attend every will be forever barred. And persons }indebted to tho

"matters! thd consideration disposal[ of tho bill to abolish per to removo to tho far west, an p. live on his surer will shortly resign, and that he will become day (Snndnyi exccptcd) at his office in the Court estate t ar<* required: make immediate payment.
40 or C) acres allotted to him, h! can receive a partncrofthn firm of Latham & Co. J/busctill; 1st.,day: of October neit fojthe P'11)IHeof F. DRIDIER, 'Admin 3trator.
th 11D.\0 trade in this District was resumed. no benefit from tho bill. Tl 3 idea is preposterous private banker of this city. I receiving th?' State and County Taxt-1" for the Sept. 13, 1850. '
The qustion was still on the substitute of Mr.. 1850.
and unless tho amendments be struckout year
Seward (fpr the abolition of Several Southern members paired off and otice u hereby given that, six months after
providing slaveryin measure-will bo All'perroni 4ukj4'et to the payment of Taxes N
the u complete mockery. arercspcctfu1ly'eaw.i
the district and n compensation to tho owners for today.It I : 10'St.ulc within :'tile time date we will present to the Judge ef Probate'
: ; \\ .A.Sm aTo::. Sepi, 17, 1350. h said that another attempt will be made Ly law. prescribed of St. Johns County for settlement and allowance. -
In the Henatc, n pr.titionVOIJ presented by the Tariff In the our accounts' ns EJtccut r'! of the Last Will and
Mr. Soulo having the floor, roads lomo very to get up question, shape of anamrnpmcnt -I' R. B. CANOVA,
severe comments on the conduct of Mr. Win- Mr. King from ,llobertion I'IB !hall crazy nun: to ono of tho appropriation bills, Tax:Assessor and Collector. Testament of Mary Kcycs, deceased, and asjTrstamcntary ) -
, Guardian of her children and further noticeis
r 'bo\yestcrdajr ntintftifefl'nd'read a who ntthe cotnmencenirfnt n1the3esfoti: wasi but ii cannot succeed. On Saturday four Pcnnsyluania St. Augustine Tla. Augul 23rJ. 1&30.Orncr ,
I throp. that will tho time '
at apply
of htrcby given we same -
i arrested tho suspicion intending 'to
I master of Boston on votes were cast against agitating the r-," .
ielter from a certain ship relative -
a o the said Judgr, for our final discharge,as such Ex-
On his lib-. iont that time he
to the course pursued' in southern sea 1 Mr. Clay. 5U 1ject. From an official statement by thu 'J:01JATt :, St. Jobs Cocnty, ) J ccutor3&nd Guardian

ptris in the detention and imprisonment colons I matngcd to gel OiOD; : from the Senate.by way nyorioday, appears that the debt of this 17th September, 16.10. J r f'Ol"lTr TRIAT Ett'(. and Tcst'ry Guardian.

sailors. Ho pronounced the statementsiDtde : ( ofdimagcsani now he wants: another appro- city amonnhngto #75yo0 was reduced last F.W'. SAMS, STAXIWACS Gr.i.\sKr and K. R. ILtirrw OU.t\'ERE3. Ixt'c.: and'rcst"ry Guardian.By

in,the letter, ts regarded the laws of Lou-J, pri/ation for the. irreparable injuries which he. year 81 ,OOO. / I DfKKof 1'alatka: havins been named and recom- G.N., PArT, Agcnt.

ithna, and the course pursued unJVr that law? I' has sustained. If haunting snators night and I hear that Mr. G11cs,the venerable editor' of m nded to me, by the CJcrk of Putnam county as St. Auuatine, April G 1&50" I

ci New Orleans, ns wholly and entirely false day will effect any thing, he will succeed.Tnw : tho National is I suitable persons to be, appointed Inspectors tit PaJat- -
Intelligencer, suffering toni Notice.Six -
I memorial was rcforrod to the Judiciary i ka Precinct, of the election appointed to be held
fro-n beginning to end. I Comi,: ittee. .paralysis of the left side. I; there on the first Monday in October hext, and as Months after dat I uliall present my account
V r. Berricn also denounced the statement as Clerk of the Administratrix of the of
Mr. Bright introJuced a bill provididing for Ysstenlay Treasury Department j, individuals whose appointment will be accept ibleto and vouchers i* estate
ftstis, regarded Savannnh.Mr. the execution of the dicd.rnd morning there are 'about a : the'voters; of that precinct: they the said t.?. W. Clwrlea W. McMain: ,deceased to the Judge of Probate -
Wlntbrop in n-ply called) attention to I prompt priming' Can- hundred applications for the place. The Secretary !: Sams, nnd K. H. Duke are hereby appointed ,(in of Alachua County for a final settlement of said ,, ,
the fact lint ho distinctly stated ho did' not i gress., so that we m"y stand a chance of get- will not listen to any applications until I connexion with ,Rtanislauj Glinski heretofore estate a o.l..huU nt the same lime apply far letters of -
annual appointed
\puch fur the correctness of the contents! otle r ling President's: Meisngu printed I after the funeral.!\ As the Post Qfie Appropriation ) Inspector's of said Election and it having dismission as Administratrix of which all persons

letter, I Letore the seventh month ora Cession. bill authoriza the appointment of lint nndd'lioMI : b en signified! to me that: the convenience of the cit- ntrrtfcted ia raid estate will take notice.
!fr. Berrien had ,nortehl Mr. Pratt introJucc.1: 1 a bill making provision ; iZl'nJ in the of Lake MARY McMAIN.Administratrix. .
l will
. Mr.Ewing thought Clerks in the 1)aitmerit, there is avery viciniy George ,be greatly
to complain, inasmuch as that during the Cab:' for the punishment ot persons enticing or r.-"pcctablh army of 'appJicnnts there to.day. 1 promoted by the appointment of Inspectors for said '
foruia debate,l o himself hnd tnlro'djccd n l letter ,? aiding slaves in this District! ", to run away, &c. I The building has the Dvpenranco of bema j Election to be held at the hotue of WILLIAM WILlIE June 1st. 1S50.ISy .
making charges against tho late Administration : This embodies his reje :ted amendment to the state of scigc. r at Like.<7eors Precinct.It pnOVLAiDJ\.TIOY

which charges were false from begin| bill fur abolishing the slave trade in this Distriot is ordered ,that an Election be hld on the first thc Ciwornur of ihe Slate of FloriJa. .
It was i cad a .first tirro but tbjocton Monday. October next at the house ,of WILLIAM
ning'to end. I A THIRTF, POUND GOLD PIHCE. 1\T Hl'.RUAd it u required by law that an eleev -
After further Jebato fan explanatory cha'. buitig made lo iii sf'cmd reading: by'' tIr. llalp, 'The Sacramento Transcript I"I WILKIE at Lake" George Precinct_ for one member ( lion be held in this Stale on- the first Monday
: v
i it was for the present! laid on the table1. say I of the House Representatives cf the General Assembly October next,fur a Register of Public Landsto hold
the laws of the Southern / in
to :
fader relajive alit evening examined the ,
lump of the State and
of Florida WILLIAM
.1 j Among the private and local bills passed. WILIIE and until l his FUCCCSSOT shall be elected and
States, respecting colored sailors, the question I of gold!, we believe, ever dug in California ; It: FEEDERICJC WILICIE and JAUES C. GKEEX are herebyeppoiutcd four years
in California
_ was taker on the substitute of Mr. Seward, anr I was ono to preserve peace by is mixture of'quartz: and gold, the whole : Inspectors of said L'Uctionn! qua1i it'd.
ot said Pre-
the said beheld
Jthe 1 p'urchass of thu Indian titles in the gold It it therefore ordered, That _election_
! there were only fivo votes in its fajor. Those! weighing 3G. pounds. ((360 ounccstroy.) From "l"ni't for throughout the Stateon the said firut Monday
'I wero Messrs Chase,Dods Wisconsin: Hale, The mines.bill to the slave' trade! in this I''inc test made it ascertained that tho lump J Given under my hantlat the ci'y of St'. Augustinethe in October next according tclaw .

. Sa ward aud Upham. The negative vote was then suppress taken the :,contains about23: pounds of pure gold. Thismammoth 17th day of September 1850. Given under my hand and the Great Seal
.. 1 District was Up, question being I piece was dug from a ravine in the t G. HUMPHREYS, Judge Probate, s. j c. of the State of Florida at the Capitol
(ir..Cliase formerly k.pt n school in this on its passage.Mr. dry diggings, between tho North and Middle r [Seal] in Tallahaisee. this 15th day of JulyA.

city and thet, children of Attorney General 1, Benton made' some said remarks relative to Forks of the Yuba river, (the location is knownas NOTICE is hereby given, that an Election will D. 1850 THOMAS 110WN..
\Virt. werotaught by him. This led to his the O;;.nitau$ bil'! and the result had show t Jim Crow diggings) by Mr. Win. H. Julius on the first Monday in October next at Governor. of Florida.By .
I ed that tho reparation of the bills was the proper the several Precincts in the County of St. John for
appointment, through the influence of Wirt, to I of New York city and 'Mr. John Grives, the C"t'crnor-Attest:
SOmtUCCn tho West, where, by a fortunate I and surest way of socureing their passage. of New Orleans. The first of these had been one Rcprescutative to Congress a Register of Public C.'V. DOWNING,
lIe also,glorified himself for the : he has I Lands and for one Member of the House of Representatives Statt.
part of .
bo in tho Secretary
marriage obtained enough to a year diggings, 'and had not-averaged I Iover ..
1 and awarded tb himself the 1 of the General Assembly of the Slate of '
I sent to the United States Senate ) I taken, merits of a i' $10 per day. Himself and partner had Tallahassee July 1C, 1850.

: The.bill wa* then reported to the Senate, truu prophet. \ taken possession of an:old! hole which had been Florida.St.' Augitttine Prl'Cirrtt'-A the Court House. (ETA U paper in the Slate publiih natil day of.IM-

where U was, for tho present laid aside,:arid the I Mr.. Clay ?flfil'tu! events of the \Ipasl week worked out nnd deserted by two negroes. Inspector Jacob Jlickk-r, James M. Gould Roque ion.

bill providing .8 ,500 each for mileage to iha were iui such as to call forth cxprcssions of Fmding that they co\\1I1110t work to advantage Leonardy. ::. IcRobert Baker .- r "

1tepeeita1jvc from California' and thc DdI p-rsou'xl l triumph, or to occasion a display of without draining tho water off they dug Picoltttt Precinct-at the House of James Riz. ATTORNEY $ COU1't8BLLORc..A" :' : -.

gate from Oregon was taken up. I m.luKiiial i o'Jsn. The fact was, the bills j'' a trench or cinfll. and as soon as the water Inspectors. James Riz, Sauiuel Arey,George Coolee, ,. I AT.LAW-'r': I ;. .- I ..
Mr.Bent on moved to sjtrike out the.sum men- : had all bun passciJ, and it mattered Utflej disappeared commenced 'work. They bad Matama 'Preeinct!--zl 'the' lToose of Abraham JxcisoKTrtLS E. FLA. .

; tfuuiia Plo'idc'tor' the payment at the t",whether.they had, phsliod'separatelyor unlcdJ I worked several hours, when one of them /Dupont.: Incpectors, Abraham'I) (p\nt Francis PeT- WILL practice in.the Courts of the Eastern Circuit

rare Tar tEe,actual distance by the most *1', J thought he espied a piece of gold jutting out j licer James IVllicer. in Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit in Z7enton

usual travelled toutfe*..' After further discussion, the bill was from the earth ia the canal which they had, Buena Vista Precinct.-at the house Francis L. and Jlm borough counties of the Southern Circuit. in

Mr. G rinn after stating thai there is but one by the following vote: PlSSd'j dug to carryofT the water from the main hole. Dancy. Inspectors, F. L. Dane/, John' Ferreira, the Supreme Court at Tallahassee, and the United

atrelhln'routevi ; by the wt.y.of the I Vcas-Mc src. Baldwin,Denton, Bright Ha stooped to examine it, and finding it to be Matthew Solana 2d. j: States Distrrct Court for the Northern District of

Istfamuu, s'iJ.dlc thought i it strange that the I Clnse, Clarke' Clay, Cooper} Davis of Slats: I the pure metal J, he' drew forth ,his a'o.knife, Given Cth uu Jer day my September ht.nd. at the, 16oJ.city( of' St. Augustinethe States Florida before; and Congress will prosecute and the claims Departments against the at United Wash-

long established law on tho subject of mileage D.irtoti Dickinson, Dodge, of Wisconsin, sraped the dirt loose around, while it;, continued G. hIUMPHftEY3JuJgo of Probate l' io ton. .

," boul4 be 'h\1uetl1n -thw catc, and a discrim-; I Dodire. of lown Dou laI,-wing, Fclch, Frcp- to grow larger, until the thirty pound St. Johns County. 'Being- located at Jacksonville for lift, he will'! give <

'Jnntotl1\"j\, Mlwtcnlhe Senators und Representatives : moist, Green, CJwin, Hale, ,Hamlin, Houston, lump above mentioned rolled out at bis feet. his entire and unremitting attention tojiis profession

<4'a new Slate. I Jones, Norris, Seward: Sh r.lds, Sprunce, Sturgeon -! They kept tho matter a profound,secrct,,nd TW'OTICE is hereby 5iven,.that an eleclion will beI I!I and all busineas entrusted to his care'eh meet with

; Tho 'amdndmenl; of Mr. Bunion was finally Underwood,"Wales, Walker. Whitoomb, started of/or Ifiirysvilc, where they were of- J/i be held on the firet Monday OctGbcrnext at prompt *ttention.t. .

. 1 ccjeedtot&nd th&bill. as amcndm), reported and Winthrop 33. i iNavs fered 010,000 for it, which they refused the following precincts within that portion of .Put I $ Augustine, August 31. 1850. "
Messrs.. Atchison Badger Barnwell ; They are cxhibiti it UcKni .!H' Sutler Hotel nam formerly belonging the of St. ---- \
; to the Senate. It-Lwas then ,amended so as to g ; county county : NOTICE j '
: provide.that the per diem of. members from Boll, Bi-rricn, Butler, Davis of ABu; Pawsnn, nt fifty cents per hi/ad. The ravin from Johns, for one member of the House of Representatives -j To Claimants of ISoniity [Land

:: California shall commence from the day on Downs, Hunter, King, Mangum, Mason Sfortou. which this mammoth lump was'taken, i is nothing of the General A.embly of tie! State..of'Flor-, UNDERSIGNED proposes to obtain

whlch'tbo.oastltuUon California was comznueicitted Prutt, .gebastian, Soulc, Turnoy, and',' more than a small brook' ruuniug throug Ida. 'the i TUB :1nts for lands for all claimants! who
; ft YUlco 19. ft Iht ; the ground rises gently on the:'sidcs, Palatlca Prtcincl-l\t' Court House.-Inepectors :
to Congress aud then passed. i Louis will be cntitled thereto under the Act now before -
-: Mr. Gwinn gave notice ot about fifty Call- *. The bill granting bounty lands td soldiers.,', anJh i covered with a rich coat of raf It Robert ,DardU.Stanislaus: !qlinki.. RossignolJ Congress whzi the same shall have passed .

---t forM bills vhlch he he Intends to introduce. of the war ot 1812 was taken up and amended Jso j: was found about two, feet below the surface. At ,the house of George Carter West eir'e of River I and become a law, for the moderate sun of

-: In the House the fugitive Slave bill, from as to include the otficcrsand sailors of tho:1Nary :(I The youngi! men-are on their way horn?, and St. Johns-this, precinct, substituted for Magnolia i I FIVE DOLLARS for each Warrant when ob.

4 the Senate was taken up, and tho previous ; after which, & motion, to adjourn was expect lathe State to realize" a fortune from exhibiting i 1 1O3ITUACIY it precinct. I I tained.

. t question 'Upon it seconded by a largo vote. c\rried. 1 I __ T _._* Jiupul,,, Nathan Norton, Gideon Yelreogstihe The object of this notice is to give to claim .
i Mr. Stevens of Pennsylvania, moved to lay Mr. Houston Is recovering from his recent j r. and Joshua Sykes. '. ants an opportunity of procuring warrants at
Iho Ml Dn the table. lISVu rejocted Yeas severe attack cholera He came into : '; Given nbdermyhsnd at the City of St. Augnitine, the.least (possible cXfJt.n e. -
f Senate to-d, for the of DIED-In this city on Saturday 21st inst., Mrs. the 2lt3' of Autniit !1850. .
i GNay 113. Tho bill was read n third time, the > purpose voting, day Those wishing to secure the services of tho
, r and finally passed without Amendment, by a but was not able to remain. MATT R. SOLAIU relict, of,the late Dionysio G.HUSlPHIlEYS Ju.lg of Probate. undersigned, will cali at his office, or address

etftlOdr Naya 76, In Iho House them was a long debate on a, :: Solana Esq. of this.'city. St. JohnCouaiy, !! him by letter, and prompt attention will be t

The principal feature of this.bill, your readers introduced by Mr. Hall, in relation V) the i On Tuesday last Mrs. CHRISTIAKA Fmrio-r: Fresh Supplier. :* given to {their claims. ; ,
officers for wifo: o1JCJhn Simpson, Esq. Sheriff of Orangu
of -
claims half FRASER.
thotn.rshalrc pay. PHILIP
uvdoresponici. distil
rce.oIlccta.t( ; CossouUi, now trg1n? at Pi rohta a
blo,4i o> bBa y. bondrfor" the safe keeping of provide that the officer of, Government .1:1' County.- BRIG lot of supplies which are offered to the Attorney at Law.

AA I the fugitive,after arrest. Amotlon to adjourn adjusting claims r half pay of th,9'offic; I : :Military Blacking.J1TST Trade in original Packages or at retail. Jacksonville; E. Fla./July 15th, I350n .

,i was then .c risif. ) the State of 'rireinia, under the Act .of .., received a few dozen Renders Leather! Ira-_ 30 firkins Goshen Gutter 10 larrelj Lard, 1 crate I II Irish'and Scotch '

To-morrow the death ef Mr. Nc cf FoamyIrania 6, 1812, shall in no case allow commutation. '. ta water rod Rives the surface 'an E Onions, bIds Apples.73 boxes Cheese, 15 do Candy, .! Q ALE Cider,Porter Whiskey.iCOTCll in Piuu and Quarts J

will'be anno ta,'so that no hcw>business nnd'interest in lieu of half pay.iHr. i .3nt polish without destroying its soft supple and eli.tie e"l I Crackers dried Beef, hams F. M. Beef I ruits, Rais- .i : : S'lerry. and Port Wines Champagne

will be transacted unlii tJMnorrow: lie is ; Harris moved a suspension of the rules quatitit'.o."d I i iii', Almond?, citron". currans, With: other flrtilCf.iI1Itt'tfl DrnnI1y.tr..Uand Gin MonongohMa Whiskey,asaor-
in sons to move that Brigadier General 'nllc : J for HarriesCarrin:'. &c. onr st- ck, now in stor. *
Whig lawyers ted ( &c. for ,
of the most prominent WmLfiu:>r-, Mdtil t:', sale by
one .
:; Virginia. Ii hn\'ct spat on the floor tlnrng J Im stay in, ,jul' !j 1'' Ai It Heiij.t I U F;. (\\RR C',''pt 21! ,. U C-CAP.. !:t I I"tl 1' 5 B. CARR. -

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I' : Business Director,. : I Tax Collector's Sale.By Cheese -
f I Butter, Acr -.;
HOTELS.: ,. : virtue of the power vested in me by law,I 'Smoked Tongues.Go hen Checs.,fiuuer Crackers
I t : :, Magnolia HoteL Oa .St. George Street, north of I & -j,. shall 'expose for sale before the Court House : : Beet Fulton market Beef; aeW

: i he:Public Square and cue. door uorth of the Meth- For : ,MB* at Mellonville in thecounty of Orange, on the first Choice Butter Lcif Lard Hams Bacon, ScokS .
, Ii I .......,; lonville of Ale, and Porter in and
, .. dut Church. Monday September next the following described qts pts.Congreaa Water, I'i..,<
.- j Florida Haute. On Treasury Lane,'North. of For property,or so much thereof will pay the state and les, Pieserves, Confectionary. Choice "ttsa., aM
;r: the rGbiic Square. ; day in : county tax due thereon for the year 1849, and the nccessary Black Tea Java and Rio Coffee Raisin./CItnn.

: I 4 City Hotel. On Charlotte and Bay Street, a few For :1 expenses: inciJent thereto,, to wit: 2222acrea Almonds Choice! Timcipee Cigars Salt, Shot and
: doors a'outh East of iKe Publie ::!quare., : of April. 6S7. assessed to L. S. and D. D. Lathrop, situated Pawd r.

't j I Planter Hotel. On Charlotte Street and Treasury : 'For : .?e.8r' New Smyrna., --- -_ B. E. CARR. .
1 Lane, north of the P bUc not ) n.nSTiU 7 5 VltfCILR.DUPONT.Tax Cellector and
i Square,-( open., chooQcr Jeremiah Leonard. 9 Java fioooi'
; For ) March, 180. Assessor,o. c. : )z, New York now discharging, we oSer ia addf-*

,I 0 BOARDING HOUSES. second 32, r- tion to recent arrivals a choice and weH selected lot'
;' JUr.. M. Held. 'Oa Charlotte: Street, near the For ,' Tax Collector's Sale.H" ofGroceries,Provisions and Shelf goods nnaUy kept

j Barracks. I t ,{30, virtue of the power vested [in me by law, I in oar establishment,eonaistingin part choke Bafter .

: I, Mitt Fttti! Qn St. George. Street, a few doors, For expose for sale before the Court Honse at ,Leaf Lard,Crockery, Hams,Bacon* Mesa PGt\/r ; ,
South of( the Court House and Public Square. I' fourth 6, 7 I.; MellonrUle in the county pf Orange, on the first Mon ton Market Beef dried beef J/ackerel.Co46Jh.,.Jer;
: : :- O. N. Papy. On Bay street ,corner of Bay, and For day of September next the following described prop- ring Flour 1-2 barrels for Family use.Extzz -&ut
. k Garden___ __ Line.,. "* en the, erty, or so much thereof na will 'niv the slate ''and Flour.comllu'.Oat..hnnd_ Rl oo M_ "
; '/i i I n --- ; county tax due'thereon for the year U 8..9,-and ihe-nece ups Molasses;crush-Sugar, N'O ditto; i! ;' I

r DOCTORS.Doet. ? .. For I !sary expenses incident',thereto, to wit: 2000 acres Sugar, Raisens, Alisons Dates assorted p. .
F. J "d:".. Office, at his pwellio g Hottse] before I on Tomoca creek kaown as the Ormonk plantation cheese,dried Apples Vermacilie Macaro ,"III. .- t I
I. on'Bridge Street. I' For VIRGIL R. DUPONT, Tax Collector and Myers's Tobacco, Kentucky Leaf eerrons CubfTa? .

!'i', .. D e'. Jthn E. Peek. Office on St. George Street, ,.. ..March. 2, 1 850. Assessor o. c. baeco,articles now being opened and warranted. ,
17 18
a few doors North of.the Court House.DRUGGIST. Far JaI, IS B.I'CAII.'
:. Tax -
( Collector' Sale.By .
of 25 Porter Ale. .
For dec. .
J P., C %, .',.. Chemist and Uruggest. North East third :: virtue expose of the for power sale before Tested the in Court mey House law 1 W PICES Chocolate, Rio Coffee TeaaJab4og,. ,
at fee Ale in
14,15, pts ,Porter in aadFets 11
For qts pts &
the basin. *
Public the middle =
Square Afellonville in
opposite the
,' 30, 33, county orOran; .on the first Monday best English ankleCongress! Water inptIpn4' "
For of September next the following described prop Heiddeick Champagne qts and pta,choice Principe u
LAWYERS.X. ny,or-M'much thereof ac will ,pay the state and gars, John Anderson's fine cut Tobacco
t S. Gfuld. Counsellor at Law-office on AtiHeryLane tax due thereon Jfysr/j
for the
,t' For county year 1849. and the ne. Honey Dew, Cavendish, Champagne .CWsfr is a*
\ ; cessaay expenses incident thereto, to wit : 2500: and retail '
pta,at ,by B. E. CAJRt.
and .
William Foruord. at _
: ) Attorney acrea assessed to Henry R. Sadlersitaated inTnmbull J- :fi'
II',' in Chancery-office- on the ground floor ot southerly of New ti1 in -,'
; I swamp>> Choice Groceries, TIde "X_ _
; ; ,.. J9, .(. iiGILIL-DVPONTfii: CoUeclor!ndAfarch FRESU.O..oCl'S ariyv ? : -____
" S, 1850. 'Assesaor c. D Carsur, iMaya !torn j "
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,Lai-OEds. Ii the Court House. firtt-M 10, York. solicit the attention of tie Trade, p"nte -

: 4. Tax Collector's Sale. families and otherto the large and extensive ri,
; 1 ;PPBLIC OFFICES. 0 15, : virtue of the power vested in me by law I Stock now being received and fferedf to the Trade, i So
I Pott Offiee. P. Zyletra Post Master,on the corner By shall expose for saie before the Court House original packages, customary terms atprices. Cfc &stsa, .
I ;: I of Bay Street and Public Square, North of .Market T at Mellonville in the county of Orange, on the first ,* '

1 building wit : t Monday September ne.r th$ following described 200 bbls Flour assorted brands, 55 do Pilot Bread
I... a 3""or Generate Office. B. A. Putnam:Sur- tation, property, or w much the! ( of as will pay the state and 20 do assorted Crackers 1500 bushels Cora. 75 oaW
veyor General on Uocpital Street,cerner of Ariillery1aus 'county tax due thereon for the 1849, and the
and Street. year Hay,75 bags Oats.50 do Brand, 15 bbls Mess Pork
Hospitsl late J necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit:1 2133acres 2 hhds Shoulders,2 do Bacon, 1 do Hams, 1 tiercel
William :
Land Office. Dock. H. Simmons,Register. I Ii beiug two third of the
for plantation in said
dried Beef 15 Lud.
35 25 do
.' Butter
cf Public Lands-office in the Court House. : has known
ted county as the Orange Grove !
i( on plantation formerly Scasks Chet. .30 boxes do, 3 half bbls pfekleJ
i' Tliot. T Bvttell. Receiver office in Court : Goods I
!by S. II. William
House. ; forty .- situated on Halifax I Tongues 12 bbls St wan' Sugar,10 do kild.dried d*
I 4000 River.-present owner unknown, assessed to S. II 5 do pulverized do., 2 boxes Loaf do 3 ahla
: A.Altore*. Keeper of Spanish Archives, office in is so- Williams. ft O \
Also! do, 10 boxes B H do, 10 barrela .Molasses, II T
1 .\11- Court House. hinds, enume VIRGIL DUPONT, Tax Collector! and sacks Rio Coffee. 5 hlf cheats Black Tea,20 boxes
L Judge IJ Prolate. (G. Humphrey's JuJej office e. .March 1850.
f ... J ; in the Court House. Aa Mor.o. c. Starch,40 kegs Nails, 3 bgs Pepper 40 bags shot.S .
"t S Peter B. Dumat. Clerk Circuit Court,*office in acres ) kegs Powder 200 ban Lead, 25 bbl Patty,15
tion _i_ Tax Colltclor'.Salt.By .
hefi6nrt. 'M' rI boxes assorted Glass, 2 bbls Louisiana Oil, 2 do Tar-
H&. _.: . ,
virtue of -
the vested -- -
1 fAafaTa Collector office New power in me by law I pen lire,JU kegs White Lead.: ool* wniUng, Ucss.
B.Canota Sheriff and Tax do.
; o. shall expose for sie before th: Court Hou.a .
V>r.Iurii. 5 bbls Coal: Tar. 10 baskets ChampagM
I tnthsCourtHouae. River' i Mellonville in the county of Onnge, the first 10 Cordials 10 basksta
pa Wine
cases Champagne Cb
Collector It Sanchez office Ver-
of Customs James : ,
I Monday ofSeptember nxt, the '
coast, following described !leT bbls Mackerel. 2 boxes
< Codfish SO doHerrmes,25
I la his Dwelling House on Day Street. ( mbch !,
property, or EO t creof as will the
Inepecter of Cuttomt. On Howard, office iaoward I end county tax forthe J"18.19 and pay guttf sacks Salt 30 do tab!, Salt,ft)
Buildings Market : pep- necessaryexpVnscs bOxs Tallow Candles, 10 do Sperm do 5 do
square. ir-cident thtreso.io: wit: 1000 land
I .,.. -/ H. Bronnn. Judge U. S. Court Northern! bull's 'being part of a grant uf Jt'UQOacres: made to Charles Adamantine,do, 30 do extra Soap 15 do ftailr -
District of Florida., office in the Court House. : J. Sibbalt\ by the Spanish government, on the 2d of do, :i tier cs Oil, 4UJ boxes Ralseos, 2 bbls.

v I .G. E. F irlnl,. Clerk U. S. Court, oflice inthe' Raisins August 1817 and which said 1UOO acres are part of a Almons, 1 bag Ginger, 1 bdl Hops, Usksts
Court House.Drputy ; I i survey of 4000 acres of eaid grant in TumbulTs Sweet Oil U do Mustard, bbl ROil Cordial' ,
I M rdol. Geerge I. Zehnbaur, office. in of Genoa, I between New Smyrna and Indian river, which swamp said 2J pipes Brandy, I do Gin, 9 quart casks WIn.

the, Conn.. House.ORDNANCB. rious 1000 acres belong to,or are supposed to belong tq 24 do Brooms 6 nests Tub 40 reams wrap
I" : ( and Thomas Stagg.VIRGIL pin/ paper, 10 B Chockolate 5 bo'xta assorttd

DEPARTMENT. R. DUPONT. Tax Collector and Preserves, 2 hhds Leaf Tobacco, 15 bests a*

Capt lame ?HtJMtJ". 'Ordhapee St(>r keeper, in Feb. 23, 18S0. Assessor, o. c.Orange sorted Brands do. 10 >!Pipes, 3 do vials Snuff:

office on St. George street, a fei' /;'d.or. South of.'the' : lands, Olivia, 15 coils :assorted! Rope cash pints Po tsr,i(
Dry Good store of 8. M. Wakeman. Persons desirous Pl assorted County Tax Collector's do Scotch Ale, 5 r do 'Monoaganela \Vbilkl1cases

visiting the Fort will make application, :to Syrup, Sale. 5 Pickles,2 do Olives,- do assorted Catsups .
Capt. Hanham... pU, By: virtqe of the power vested in me by law, ,2 do Sardines, 3 bbls White Beans,2 bbl
( I '" retail.'T J' shall expose for sale before the Court H cse assorted Corks, 3 hit bbls Pickles Bricks.

JUSTICES OFTHE PEACE. St. To- at Mellon villein the county of! Orange on the first Laths, White Pine Lumber Yellow do.. Lime,\
George L.;P4illip,. Justice-of the Peace snNotary Cigars, Aonday! of September next the following JcHCtibeJproperty Hair Plaster&c.The .
Public, office on Bay fctreet, North ,of the or so much thereof as will pay the stale and ",
Middle basin, SIx county tax due.thereon for the year 1849, and tie necessary above are now in store and purchased: ,
\ I .7..T. Quinei. Justice of-the Peace, office, at hit I. 'tate Do.Co. do. expenses incident thereto, to wit: 3000 acres ut lovr rates and-with much car M. per shipment
J i _Store. of 1 Do.to of land granted to Paul Dupon on the 14th of May, warrauts. The several Invoices are now.

ment 1818 by the Spanish government, situated on the being opened at retail.
dlTY OFFICER* River Jt.Johns at a place known as Spring Gar- June 'B.E CARR.An .
Jf.tl'u SlanmYMsyor.*- : Mar- den,bounded northwardly by lands of the ttstcte; o. I

t C. B raw, "j -' .J \ Gordou WilUsm Williams Eastwardly. by vacant pine lanclsllOutbwardly Ordinance to prohibit the firing of G.a

fcftff: | Aldmea. .' i 1852. by lands of John B. Gaudry and west other firearms Squibs, Crackers and atatt. '.
I and qts, wardly the river St.Johns, which said lands were combustible and Infiamabl Instruments nd J t..o.
M. Mtdte. 1 : confirmed to said Paul Dupon the -
by Superior four riaU. within the limits of the cliii--Sc. Augustine
f !I. eierkof the: City Council, Charles Haager> office, 8'1' : i: of East Florida on the Igtk May 1832. &1:. 1. Beit irdained ly tit Meyer.*i AUn-

: .tthe Council room. I I ,and VIRGIL" R. DUPp T, Tax Collector and men of the city of St Augvttine, in Ctvncil Gambled -
., City Marthal and Clerk of : tjit Market, F. P. : Feb 23, 18i3. Assessor, o. c. That' from and after the passage of thisOidia.. :

jl errtlra.t' .-' I. Oat since, it shall not be lawful for any person or persons --
+ ,'Span' Tax Collector's Sale. to discharge or fire off'any gun or guns,or ota.
AUCTIONEERS. 1tt1' Wick By: virtue of the power vested in me by law I er fire arms within the Chartered Limits of said ety I

'. P.. .P.. Ftrrtire, .nd J. A. Stritchta. 1 Ceus hall expose for sale before the Court House and any person or persona violating tho proriaieaa* i
t' OB .Wiaks. at Meilonville.! in the county of Orange, on the irst this Ordidance shall be subjected to a fine of Fhf

f' MERCHANTS. : Matts. Monday September next, the following described dollar*,to be rcoveredbelore eUalor.
f Burroug E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer Gun property or so much thereof. will pay the state and See.2. Be further trdtined .a.u, g-.
r 11,Brat quality Family Groceries of a1! kinds, Li- ';\ county tax thereon for the year 1849. and the necessary forctaid. That if say person or persons aaall wkhia

1 tors &.c., No.2 East aide Charlotte Suttt, North ded Butter, expenses incident thereto% to wit : :3000 the said chartered limit fire, discharge,or let off say

...Ithe Publie aquarr.Vcurge : acre. ofland granted b'y the spnniah government to squibs, cracker,or other combustible or inbniM. ..
and John B. Gaudryon the 8th of October 1817.situated matter, such person or persona shall be subject tea,
?url. JUealer in Staple Fancy
\ few doors of : on the St.Johns River at a place called Spring Garden fine Five Dollars to be recovered before the Mayer
West tide of Charlotte street, a
I oods All in the county ol Orange, and bounded by the or SKB. 3. Be it further ordained bf IJUraibrfcpaforeeaid
t erth Treasury Lane. Iginalsurvey thereof, as follows : Bounded on the That if any Minor shall violate the provisions .
\ { '5./* M'Wakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealerS Ware north by lands of Paul Dnpon, on the east by vacant o(this Ordinance the Fines herein iraposH aaaH

t r, Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the I Drum pine lands, on the south by lands of the late Barto be recovered qf the parent or guardian of said miser*' & ,
ound ,floor of the ,C/ty Hotel-Dry Goods Store, lome Castio j Ferrer, and on the west by river St. Sic. 4. Be it furthersrdalned. if say .1sv |

I >rner of Picolata sfid ,St. George street, opposite mention Johns, surveyed by Robt McHardy on the l:ltb Dec. shall violate the provisions of ibis 'Ordinance, ths f

<;; Court House. { in New J817. fines herein imposed shall b>>. recovered of the saastsr
j Ttttet S. *j N. Pinkham. Dealers in: Fancy are confi: 'VIRGIL R. DUPONT Tax Collector, and :or aiistre", or persons IaaYiDc.char,. of such Slav

I I ? lids, &c. opposite the' Planters Hotel on East at re- Feb 23. 1850 .Aiaesor c. SEC. 5. Be further ordained, That it shall a*
I lie Charlotte atrr+U lated trade, -vr, for any person to make complaints of say vk-'

II Pedro Benet. teaerin! Groceries, Provisions,tc.rner Tax Collector's' Sale. I ,; ". thlj Ordinance,and that U shall be th&spa,
It, ,' Cnnaand'St-- George street. and v" B y virtue of the power vested in me by law 4 cia! dv yofthe City Marshal tode so, who shall '
Manuel Cretpo. Dealer in Family store, Provtons cure shall expose for sale before the Court House ttMellonville such; 'ca'u be a competent witnessSke .
&c. corner of Charlotte and Bridge atreeta. in the county Orange, on the fir>i M -.. I I ,. Be it further ordainedr That notkfefhciein '

F. / Q<<'Mf. Watch aitker and Jeweler, oa dren. day September n-u the following describd p.tp. 1 contained shall be so construed as to pnvaaf
I I, ri terge srreet nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. erty, or so much thc-cf as will pay tho state and thkliojting) of game along the margins of the St. 0basnan *-, -
'Zftoa.JVfbn. Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, net county tax due thereon for the year 1949: ,an I tb* ne.eeasary River, and the United States troops or W& /
I 2 its &.C., east side 'ofCharlottee street, corner of expenses incident thereto,to wit : 1C1; ncres lift of the Territory from firing their arms wails ia,tk*-
I &rlotte l street sad Treasury Lane.Im .. rom of land assessed to &I. S. Williams near NW. :tnyr> I I ducii-iiK of their military duties,and that whtotvtr.

,',** JLndre. Tailor, :Charlotte street, na,on the west aide Gabardjrs Canal. in the cpi' 'on of ih' Mayor the firing off ar"di,e argiojr \. .
." near the J,.t.' Life I Also 100 acres assessed to the same on :the Eaat I. real fan <>.'fire ami*.b ,.sny perIOa..ahan &.eca .j'

I I ''TMN,win S7 iu. Tailor, Charlettc Street.' near ,, I ?ills,. aide.of tht Hillsborcogh river near New,Smyrpt.VIROIBR. lid rtd ncrLrytlie l' regpjn .PII7I'. ..... ____
0 ,.,.. _. r..'Oge'Burt. J t.o' : the' i DUPONT,:Tax Collector asdMarchS. Incurred. ; L I. :

;' Jd"; Ueina. Boot maker. Charlotte street., near. &c, &.e:, {(ISO. Assessor o. c. titc. 7. Be itfvnher irdtiatd, That all Onfa.-. .
the CftV Hotel. '.it 'f' Joa I ances heretofore passed, frohibitlng the firing .<

I Jottpk Lopt Manufacturer of Segars, shop ia Wm" Tax Collector's Sale. Guns, Pistols, Squibs, Crackirs and OWl Howard's Buildings. \ : R Heart virtue of the power vested in me by law: I ble and inflammable instruments and materials. widh
f ,{?. N. Papy Dealer in Dry Groceries and Provisiona Ered e., By shall expose for sale before the Court House at I in certain limits of the City of SL Augustine,be,aadj

I Charlotte &atreet.. "' few doors South of the C Mellonville jn the county Orange,on the first Mon are.hereby repealed. '
:' Passed the Tenth of _
City Hotel. day of September next the following described prop- day April 1843'

Mvaaon lJ JWHt*illI. Cabinet makers, erty,or so much thereof as will pay the state and ABRAHAM DUPONT, Jl 10r..
S corner of Market square adjoining the Council room. county tax due thereon for the year 1849, and the necessary Attest, P. B. DCTUS, Clerk of the Council.A '
\ incident thereto wit true copy CH A3.HA AGE 2
John Manuel. Black Smith and GuntSmith, near expenses to : 2223 ,
I acres of land situated at the head of Indian River, .ClerkChntscery or&1 ComieiJ:
of the '
the Ntrth Gate City. --- -
1 II P.W.Loud.VIRGIL .
f asseseed
.. _. _1_ S M Sale. .
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DUPONT Tax Collector and
I AHITTSRMENTS.I G 1fTader and by rritae of a decree of thrifcmt! '6, '
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I I I I, i Billiard Tatiel'Bowling Alley. On, Howard, March 2, Assessor, o.e. ) Chancery holden fat and for the Count'of*

( .f Howard Buildings,Mattel square PIOBATX Orricx, Sr.Joan COUTTT, ) <- Johns Florida made on the 22 dyofJaly1aItbcase '-
*. Bowling Alley Lijuort 'and Sefrethmenlt, by 13th March,1850. J wherein Joseph Cue,Admiaktratrls of ffe*"B* '"
- :F.' Bridier. City Hotel. Notice. tateof Francis Cue, deed. is complaint and B. B.

-_1 I 1 PJUIi> Gorn.u. Retailer of Liquors, Refreshments,, tAt Admlniltraton,Guardians and other, Carr, and others Creditors of amid Estate an iefa*

1 J &c., Charlotte street, opposite Bridier's. Bowling '. Executors; failed to file in this office the annualaccounts dants.. and w me directed, I shall asspeefe&st* "..
I o Alley.- .. I required by the Statute; are hereby notified, : expose to sale in the mode manner and extent pt9->
E I/ that unless the same are presented without further vided in said decree, before the Court House fa 6$ ...

III STAGE OFFICE : the Con unnecessary delay,the provisions of the law, against City of St. Augustine,oa Monday the! 7th i daiif
office tf the Picolata Mail Stage. Bridier's City hope for defaulters in such matters, will be rigidly enforced. tober next between the hours of lOud 2 ottLata7
i .. the cafe G. HUPlUlEYSJudll of Probate. he following real E.tate"11 the EstatAtM FJd-
III ot, .,.!. _- -.--. 78,000 March IS. cia Cue, deed aiteau lying and befog ia.tie' Gf|rf.

ii i V .CHURCHES.9mMi A pre_,and -. St. Augustine in said County of St. Iohnato wic /r
Ni CARD. A House and lot corner of ChazIottoIIcsxaIsnlj '
CatAoJic1 North side Monnmensqoara. .
F I B CAurel.* eet .,707 Mr. GXOMX L. Fanxm. having resigned hit Bridge Streets. ,-
1 .IV : :;and Commission as a Justice of the Peace for St. Johns A Lot of ground comer .o( George as4 -..... ,1

Ii I Epi.go CAUf'd South side. Monument square.Clurth. ., or Di.. County, will for the future attend to the duties appertaining Streets and C oar Iota of groaadNo 9-11-13 U,\ r
On St. George strut, Sepia Point. .' "
trIP 'Pr"bttritJfI" : '.' me-I to hit ceiceorNotol'1 Public,and to the draw '
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.t 11'1 5cuthoftheSQ3 ,i T' All I ing out of all writ ings and papers, that may be is.quired RAPHAELS. CANOVA; .:
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': Md1HiI' ."l. St. George meet near the ; of him. f Sheriff of St. Johns County &Spe-,
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ti 1. Mapnotta! Honsv. -Il. ;' and 8t Augustine, July 13tb, 150..k ,'4.< eial Master" .ja M Chancery.23rd.Aosust '. '
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