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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: December 21, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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a THE ANCIENT CITY I THE I'RIr\l'ER.- t From the N. Y. Tribune. 1Brillttli 1 ties enjoined by that instrumentand the rights account of the whole passage'and averred it { .

\ is : WEEKLY Proceeding sit stun Jean de secured by it to'.tht Southern.1II11. upon their oaths to bo true. At which being f.t
:' PUBLISHED, He stood there alone tit the shadowy hour, lcaru.uu.ITho At a period! when Union meetings am held much amazed, they would have conjectured l ',. :
EVERY SATURDAY By the swinging 'lamp diml/burning ; re.-ent arrivals from the Southward North Ttnd South, to calm the spirit of agita the men to to mad or drunk had they not <
.. BF SYIVES1'EIt.MANUCY, All silent within, aavultbe!: ticking type brings us-new and startling intelligence from j i tion-when orators .in public assemblies ure knuwn some- of them to' have been approved

:r AT TWO DOLI.AB fElt AXXCII, 1.1 ADVANCE. All without sieve: thp nijrhl-wath turning, ; Central America and tho port of San 'Jaun de urging: peaci>. peaoo-rtho Sires of discord are integrity and an suspending :heir judgment! '

.' IT AonaTimiENTi will be inserted at WEVESTY And heavily echoed the solemn sound.AUIUWI&llmccdu' Nicaragua. The ucwn from the !latter place is j jparticululy ( 'ItJ! ,kindled..withrnddi ionp! | fpel ,bv menjvho"saaaSIOftChgnre deli' thn2Il n l1lAb a lkltbd.;ssti' J1our..
of 13 lines or under, for the r the frozen ground.'And !important,, Dr' ihhjjTopjncnt t\ when:',. uectl;, IrtsuleVitHegtsltrlive i ref -trreyVwiinTihe Mine men, nnd all the substantial ..
,.,Ii'' (tamper square" -I' & "I4W V&....& '& ''Ilic iri/8/ constrtictiu> oNho recently conulilded solve, 10 the sovereign will of member of I i inhabitant, drew thither when about hall*
rtrr ij) latrr f t .forfietda nit scT lately thatshone Treaty with Great Britain i is called in the Confederacy. If this should bo followed an hour nt'ier their arrival, on Sunday being

a- o.. A deduction will I* made tor notkei iu- (IUtstion.Vc ore assured by one- of the principals ,.up by the Legislatures of the rest of the New Chrismus night appeared in the same tumultu

'.rud for lis months. With the joy of festive gleaming to that treaty that it provides' fur the England States, of'what' can such n spirit be ou.t warlike manner the same two adverse '

U03 :.tm.utl2'aw-n And hearts ,that werei be.uing in sympathythen ,immediate relinquishment of British preleu6 the sign, but of deliberate intention to violate armi s.rgliting: with as much spite and spleen iturinerly tt l'

Will be executed on reasonable terms.Tttx () in Central; America, and for the effective the very letter of the cunsll'lIl1iun1-of and MJ departed. Tne gentlemen anu t
Were now living it it>Vr in their dreaming; termination English occupancy ofuny, portion what will it be the provrc.ttive. but, or a all the spectators: much lernried with these I '

-Collector's Sale: Yeliha printer stir)(worked ut his lonely of the territories that country, or of counteractive spirit and purpose?-of what visions of horror, withdrew themselves ;o their '

} .. low 1 pOlloi, what is called iho Mosquito shore.] will it bo the legitimate plea, in the view of houses, besi.-cehing God to defend' them from 1
By ball virtue of the for fIU..r't'lIwd sale before the in me Cuurt by House And slowly he gathered hit mighty.host. Whatever may be tho design or flit of the world but fqr secession: anti the dissolution those prodigious t u rnies. The neat night they \ 1
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., In the epor: of St. the first MOD- the treaty in respect to tho pretended British of the Confederacy? appeared not, nor all that week; but on the b
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Joor Jar February oext, the following d peer ilx-d prop- And there lay the merchant all pillowed in ,1Jrute-'tormte of the suppositions )Ju&quilu The contempt evinced by these legislators: ensuing Saturday niirht they were again seen, r ''

.. M, .? murk *l rrrof as will pay tie Stale andtuuasty down, ; Kingdom, there is no mistake as to tic question of Vermont for the rights of those<< States with with liir greater tumult-lighting as aforementioned t
? nrt tn due thereon for the year IBS", and the And building brighllbopes; for the morrow, British occupancy.For the Treaty expressly whom their State entered into solemn covenant 'fur four hours, Of'Yttn' near, and then f'.

rcea0arr expenses incident thereto, vix: Nor dreamed lie that ffilu was. then ,weaving stipulates that Great Britain *;.MaLl not affords nn indication not to hu.misunder- vanished, appearing ogalif on Sunday night, t
. 200 acres oflamf being an undivided half ufonr u wand occupy ur furl iff or colfJlt :.or asunuvr' eser- tood of the prevalence among large bodiesof and perfi>rmni( aain tho"snmu actions of .
I ID hundred acre tract situated between Uurbin's Swamp That.would Grin to him fear and sorrow ; cut any dominion our Nicaragua, Gala Rica, the people"( of the North of the an l-slavery hostility[ nllt bloodshed, insomuch that, both -k'1 .
'and the uncle Mile hoe going 1 to ril- Johns lilutlfniei Yet ihu primer was U'uru; .in his shadowy: Jtpe .liar uil'J Coast, or auy part y/ Central A- feeling 1' o1clen of covering their attempt 3 1r. WIMN and others forsook their habitations t{ ,
, ,AuguM'ute, which feaiJ tract has been u room. -- to ". .jntrka.r '' '.; to nullify tho tJiw by the form fir n trial by thereabout and retired themselves to other ( I
,t'eatty surveyed by the U. tale*. And hu sat in Ins r frame work that rich k Yet in spite of this plain provision, and in jury for the slave is ton eva ivu., to meet any more secure dwellings; but Mr. Marshall stay '1

. .AU. .500 ecru Twelve: Mile awauip bring i>a ii IIIUU'Ij doom. ; opancontemptot her irouty obligations, Great thing but contempt. ,IHio expects to recovern ed; and some other and so successively the ; :
i 1.01. ffrani Jf SOM tfcre made to Geo. J. F- Clark tin ,j BcipA stillM occupies" the Port of San Juan! fugitive .tlave.in Vermout in a trial by jury next Saturday and Sunday the same tumullt I t I

sibrlUlMdy, I4' ky the United Spanish Platen.Gut>rI11I1l'lll. The young wife was {;sleeping, whom lately Najtsoftly does! site o.'cupy it, but she exercises when the people nf that State are a I most ton and prodigious sights and actions were put in \1

.. ',.M<1 recrutly.urreyed by the creek the Foal't I had bound i iI I hcr1feoer them in TJiu most high handed( : and man Abolitionists 1Vho expects justice the state and condition they were formerly. !
r AW300 Johns aw al River or near being Deep part of; or grunt for I Thu lies that death only can sever : ... ;> elfbctfve manner. In no other port on the Continent from men whose minds nre imbued by a rampant ru'nnryhcreof coming to his mnjo-ity at. I. II IIThe

{ wde t icres(Si- the Spanish Goy luvnt jn to Geo. Aud dreaming, shu' sl' rled, yet woke,with:. asmile nru our citizens subjected to thu restrictions : spirit( of fanaticism ? The proceeding af D.xfnrd, he immediately d( p made by :
.' HX J F*)Clarke... the 15th Fd,",,,,,. llHH; i I I and annoyances that they are in that lords evidence unmistakable, that thu law will Uolonul Lewis Kirkw Captain judley Coptain 4., i
Ah bOO acre at or near Deep crr4 An the eau For she thought they were parted, forever ; I place.. There seems indeed lo be u sullied not be allowed be, executed Vermont. \Vaiwn:an, and thnc other gfntU'rm.-n of credit "',
I .;Hkoft* Jab rinr.IS.$ part &If a grant for 2001) .a,.' Yet thu ,punter was clicking the t: pea I purpose( on the part of the English authorities Charletlm Xetcs.PcnLto to take the lull view and h-aticti of'the said I !
acres wad **U J F Clarke,by the Spanish+ (;oye-m- timt would tell (I' '\' (and there are nn others) to especially out- business, who, first hearing the true attestation '
ineRt on J)* W h February. 1811 which two raid On. the morrow the\ : truth of that m night rage American rights: and teeliiiKs. L.uDs.-1"he report of the Commissioner of Mr. Marshall and others;, iit"Yl'd'theru till \ \ j

tracts ol SOU acre each hat been recently wan-eyed :'spell. !j I We have now for the first time from the of the Gcnc..II.ond Otlice, not yet (pub.listieil Saturday night following, wherein they heard ; ]Sand S .}
by, eke'L'niteJtatea 1 d : best authority, u full account of the affair with contains full and interesting details respecting saw the loreinentioned prodigies, and SQ I ton
Also 2UOU am* on'\, with side of Dun creek .And there lay the statesman, whose feverish ..Capt Kllery'of: the steamer Orus. The pri- the public dorn.in.Ve learn tram the Sunday distinctly: knowing divers of the !'
wbkk communicate* lubf* Lake with .,. John riv- brow 4 vale room n"f this gentleman was: entered in n Washington Republic that, the whole quantityof apparitions or incorporeal substances by their i i!t
'r.1 IM'iIK > Northern hklf, of a 4UOO acre tructsurveyed And restless the pillpw was pressing; rude manner without any request fur permission lands sold and disposed of during the year faces as that of sir Edmund Varneynnd oth- Ll

there for John Ur wort.I"illg part of n grant For" he felt through: Hi ,: shadowy Iault, :! of his by a couple of persons professing to IKJof 1313, inducing that located by military boun ers that were slain in Jui;< delusive light of \ .
4.fl6jKK; ( ) acres made to\Mid Drownrd on the alb dream : ihe"Police," under the pretext of looking lit's. Stale selection, &c., was 4,933,00'J acres which upon oath they made testimony logins r; : tmajesty.

t Aaru<,18.1G.. rilunted 1 Mile His lolticbt hopes new possessing! : for deserters! from the BritMi vessels of war amounting; at $125 per acres to ((1,428,135.: What this "does portend God only : : t
. Mist, 150: acres ; idivided on the west of olMntnnsas 50(1 Vet the printer worked :on,' stud silence then in the harbor. Their' conduct was oil'en- For IM.W. 5,184,410 acres! weredispositlol in knoweth, and time perhaps will discover but :;

: river, being an North| by all l part old Brutish a rottlelitent acreirait.lioundedwntlie and gloom, '! sive ire the highest degree, and seemed to be like iiMimcr, anh uutingat the KIIIIU rate to doubtlessly it ioll1 sign of his wrath against this I !

i iI called lloliueV old Field. Aud dug lor aillhi ion its lowliest tomb. ..deMgiicd i to provoke a quarrei. ,575fiJ5.(; ; And for the three quarters of 1850e.chlsi'cHJflh' land for these civil wars which he in his good '. i

the city o\ St. Augustine on the rDIII % Thu' ciiptuin : / lniteii rued was replied ; .: bounty locations not yet returned time finish and send sudden peace between )

I I; ...d.AIM Marine 1 lot in sm-vt.leadins from the Ur.ruk tothe Aiid slowly that workman went gathering, up twin: the most insolent und vulgar': m:nine.-, for the third quarter.. 2815,366acres: his..--majesty and. parlhimcnt. ,,' :ap
old Mapixint sitar the south end ofiliey. his bulled ul'gi let uud gladness; whereupon he knocked faith ur use intruders weru.dispoHixi-ei'ahiounting at the rate stated-, A3rU['11118 1r..D: n. t.UtW r..J -
,.-,, and powder extending; from said strut to low 'water A wreath lor use nobliJ. u grave for the low dOvn.o..r tlii-i lit was arre.sted 1 byanurmcdpr lo 3,502,041- _. .-- "In Ihu) first week of(July, 16tH. ut n place- -
markofMatanza- Rivet banded on the Aortic byproperly .. For, the happy n full cup of sadness, .'se, nnd drugged: ; without; examination, to 'K 11'111:0'.1: t valuable and interesting item in the I near Maladon, in the county'of ES&CX.: there \

j' ..;,;....I.n.in' ..,al.rTiYtrt Culp. leer the ifluprry of Strnstga atones of wonder to enchant the prison. Tin Kngli.tlt: Consul however alter report is the statement showing the area and was seen the following apparition or "ppear. \
' 1t1."IV t"ii ltlllftIt.d'Cf'n*d. All the nl.-e des.rribrtl cur, j> soinu rdk'CliulIl.'uucllJlh'll he had gone too, f.u: curt! of the public lands and the revenue' derived nee:-Just about twilight, or the shutting; up- !,

w'n" returned by John M. roninn.-. And, dark ones of terror,to curdle with fear. and ordered Captain's release. The- >pei I from ihu"i.From of theevcuiiiir.: at the house of the vicar of the J
awowd as 3.1 rate Mme luxe* f 'I'l i citic of this that atatwncnt it nppea'rs that the whole which is situated
A : 'tit. i design: proceeding) seems to have parish near halfnimielrom j{
1t 1 aJUt''! l.y eiteef (i J ,F Clarke, for 1/J, $15' 99!t u.l strange arc thu lul"hich that dark-'host I been to imprf-ss tinNicaragua with I an idea of itl't'Uihc' (public lands, exclusive of thou in the church, at time when the clergyman and! K
t 1t Out tax af-tfprr. cent, y UUtaxeu ; I 1. i I 1 for th rir.iln U nuoi.: ("ill f ,ntli New Mexico Utah the,In- his
before the shall (bear, ; : { English contempt ; \III.: people-a : family were nt supper great dog that I i ji
1i t l1..IcIIII and tJllehllt'| are paid day Topalaeo mid'cot pn the morrow : I! purpu; coincident with that; betrayed in Cha! d tan and Nebea .Territories: was 424,103.750 I belonged to the house was observed to make-: [j
J pale. Oh icu ullle toininy heart liuhl's la ijcttetto the Nicaiauua (i-iverinn-lit acres. Tim: oftheso about one-fourth havebuensold and unusual V
CANOVA Sheriff nnJ c\Kff.; WclCIIIIW.lhl wc, a > : a very great barking us it the
B. of while
R. in which Iii, them *. their for the sum 135,339.09. I house had been beset with
bearer thieves
To many a 1 yf borrow warns agaiiiol pretended ; upon '
CCllh'lur.
AsscsMiir ziiul s. r c. I
Tax, : It shall like the wild and 1 wanderingair friends." the whole cost ufuvwry kind lo thu Government which ii servantvi: .i ordered In. m\ into !her i
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I NI. Atigu :Inc, Met JGihIS50.--- ;, : ,1 I llul the most (lltcn h'e proceeding of thu including: the iimount\ pndto r'ranee tsar Lsuisiama yard eiii; : out the nccHsion i f"'tl.dcg.; : '; H

L".I't,;.: Collector's .fide.By For life and its cnanges arc] impressed British ollicials thus tar.'ind; one which merils to Spain: for the Florida.s, and for the ex barking, who, coming ti> Ibtr .place, saw to his I
a .. virtue of the power 'vested in me by |tw. I there. I the serious attention of our government, is thetoursuofthceommtndcr I tuitftiishmuntof the Indian title, was $14,957- great[ admiration, strange and unusual ,lightin j
shall Jpo""e for oat l tdser before the Court ll >une ; of the l Eii&:|Ii j>h bruof 879-making the net profit to the (!o\eminent the sky.upun which giving information !
of K" Augustine, on the first Monday beautiful i lines\verc found 1 $ ;0,381,213, or an average of nearly: one and a
bath..cil1 UThC1i,1luwings; I. war Persian toward the littleAnu'ricau ll lu! I'\'uf to his master, &c. they all came out, e:;
ff May uezt tlie fulowi"B! u<"' ribed properly in the<< pocket ol a clergyman, who wax killed I steamer Director sent out by the Canal Company quarter{ millions of dollars annuall to. the and liMiking in the sky t' they soon after saw i
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!r .,r flU much thereof nil ,,'iIIllny the estate County i by-a fall from his hurs iut Bath Eiiiland, lo ply upon the nli'Jllali.Vui'le the hut filly }'Curs. the pbin likeness or apjieftranee of n bo-Iy of
for the 1650! and the-If cessary.xcuse.incslrntthereto "
Yr I -tax due thereon year j' boat was preparing!! to ascend, the river its Nearly the same amount has been granted men in the air divided into two bodies: andsoonaftcrlhat -
.. 'il: I What dost ihou, oh, wandering! ; dove. I I In bounties for works of internal improvements, '
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One lot of land in the city of St. .\gutiue Wertf xk'srncstbreast ? i officers were officially inlbrntcd 1 by the eomi l they the plain noise or j1
Frontuuvha11eonthe .
is 1 aMbezcrrrkteoundeJ north by lot ofniwna iv nder of thu Persian Ihat if ;they attempted scar: report of guns, great and small, and, to their
ntat -) Maria Ci'tMlb t3 ; south by lot lately w.ld of Peter -Tin lair; 'but ilea falcon) is wheeling* above, I I I'j move without first, asking! and obtaining the 1 I It further appears that the average cost of the ; thinkintr,.men dropping down from both par
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or r liken Smith! Philip Weedman and other, east by Oh, fly to thy sheltering, nest permission of the authorities of the town, he I public lands, including the purchas extinguishing lies. Atler some time, these bodies of men
i Maria &'ICI.'z! creek end went |II" Oneida rtrw-t mip.tKMd "'0 thy nest; wandering duveto thy nest.. should tire upon tnem! And in conformity the Indinntille.surveyingsellingtmd manhgmg vanUhcd.and: they saw the appearance of only .1 t
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to belong to Uol. Anurew and other Individ* Frail bark, on that bright summer Sl'B. with his Ihrca', he moved, hid vessel to within I tVc., Uonly: 21 4-5 cunts per acres; while two men on horseback engaged with pistols :
Iials menKurin North nnd couth .h /.eu th acre the Government receive $1,25 and their the killed the other
jn ( ; il now undivided; I a n hundred 'urdlSofthe Director sons to bring to thinking one ,
about 200 feet. east and weitLsO feet. The abovewainturned That the breezes now curl I but in sport' ; effectively( under her guns. Without support per acre-making a net profit of $103 1-5 cents: and then Banished. I

* I.., l by Thomas Crod.y.Unless Spread cheerfully thy sail, tor th( pleasantit or protection of uny kind, acting only as per acre. THE SENTINEL.During j

,'t-,,; I "'01"" and u p' pwr'" are mid before' day 'cr I ty', till safe in tNl { the the agents of the company, the ollicers were RFBELLION AMOSG: THE I'RISTERS.The editorof one of Napoleon's remarkable cam- i iaugns i ,
.. i1J. of"* !. linger port- obliged to submit. It is to be regretted that rfuia -hment of commanded
-t.., B CANOVA. Sheriff nml< cx-off. To the port little bark to the port, the Marion Star having acknowledged the : !!, iv a corps
It. and Collector, 8. j. c. this? course was adapted for( the sooner mat- receipt from a correspondent sundry articles by Davott occupied the Isle off Rugen, which
-, Tax u.tincOct.Assessor 26i h. 850. "\ Tirod roe, that the''hunter dost flee ters in San Juan arc brought to nn i issue' the in the form of turnips and sweet potatoes, the they were ordered to evacuate They em I

r,) 8t.Au While Ins arrow's ivcrrnow| on ihnwing{ '[fthop, belter.his. "devil slyly appends: a note, in which ,he suj- b.nkeJith such precipitation Chat they for
iJ Tax Collector's) Nnltf. In von deep rqen rectEst'iuicVafroutitainfor: i clear that Great Britain docs not intend nests that all such documents! as "potatoes, sugar got onu of their sentinels, who was posted in a
orb virtue of the power vested in me by law. I Uo rest by tlli t-cClul.l iectet spring. 'I to relinquish her hold! on San Juan; and thaIo.pc'n canu{ and other sweet tixin," should in retired spot so neeplj absorbed in the perusal I

BY expose. for sale before the Com llonw at I To thc/ip'ring; punting roe, to the spring. and! flagrant. defiance of her.stipulation"! future be directed to the rice and not to the elitor. of a newspaper, containing. account ofr.one1 It
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first Mon44C1WII
*.ii ttu t. i onuntv.. rOrnniTe.on_. _. the '
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> stilt bath nonunion ana
UIC lu MIV vw w 7 "n she assumes exer This i is<< nrrinstunc of high treason which of the emperor's splendid victories, as I..;ry t
... day of Febrmary next the following described Thou spirit, Rtill.hovcring; half,blest, I l' su'it in thc most arbitrary manner in Central should be punished by sending the cfeuV, who be totally unconscious of their departure. After \
ft.. ] t1, or so much !thereof will pay the and atnte the and IlreIM.r-\\ 'Mid shadows so Hectinjjc and dim; America. San Juan i.< asetll-ctively occupied commi ted it to hard labor at the ;:alliel. pacing to and fro for many IKXKS upon his-
tax due thereoa for the,year wit 1R50, n< Ah, kiiowcst thou thy rock and thy'haven of by her as Liverpool. These matters inusi, post, hu lost patience, and returned. to the .

t .ipeweslneideotthereto, In St. Jollnll Ri\"t'r.belonging I rest, I Ii i soon come up before Congress! and wo have BATTLE IN 1'IIKY. guardroom, which he found empt On inquiry !
10 acres.Derresford belong to David R. Uunhnul. And thy pure sprints of joy arc :n him?, a ri::h t'txpett' tint both H<>u.;cs: will| tlior- "On thcSulurday before Chribimas! day 1642 { ,hu learned with,despair what had .happened J
< JOHN SIMPSON riienfftnd i to fluttering] to oughly between one wus: '
Tax collector o. c. Bulwer Treaty' is nut regarded in its direct of drums afar off and the noise of soldiers "Alas !. alai: I shaU be looked upon as a '

Kor.S!. Rfj< ".' q the Secretary nf War.-The present and obvious provisions it i is very! certain it as= it were giving out their last roans. deserter, dishonored, (lust, unhappy wreth that .i
{ J 'Tux Collector' Hide.I nggrt-grintestrength ofthe, army is 12.32G men ', will not be in its more obscure ones. A rigid Then suddenly appeared in the air the same lam." ,
virtue wf the power vested in me by law,1.lull though only 60 or 70 per cent of that number adherancc to' its terms should be insisted oo incorporeal soldiers that made those clamours; j I Hts lamentations, excite 1 the compassion
I BY expose her Ale before the Court Hou* are now actually in service and fit for duty. or it should be abrogated.And arid immediately with ensigns t&ptaycd,drumbeat.ng. n worthy tradesman who took linn to his! I

at MeflonvilU la the county of Orange, on the first Of the 1"i$$ apportioned to Texas, while upon this subject, it seems to re3 mikskelsgoinii: offrcannwisUisciialrged( |' house did all in his power console him j
tt, Hobday of February next, the following described Now Mexico army California? nnd Oregon and 4, a reason for surprise that in the whole course horses neighing, the alarm or entrance to ths:: | taught him to' make bread for he-was aba'-.0 .
.t1L'.ern property.or so much thereof. ,will pay the state and 530 In the other States tnd Territories. Indian of'our national existence, nn American vesselof game ot death was struck up one army which : ker, and after some months gave him bis only ]
and county lax di e thereon rot the year 1850,.and the depredations nre carried on with great 'boldness war has been seen into u Central America gave the first charge: having then kinJ. colours: : i,daughter Justine! in marriageKiwe years ;
taeressary expenses incident tlwrrtutowit: I I in Texas and New Mexico and an additional port. Our citizens there are fourfold the ; and the other the parliament in their head ,or I afterwards a strange sail was seenlo approach : I
1esursorh ft$ .-& acres north of Indian River near its force of mounted men is recommended.One number of those of any and all other nations front of their battles,and so pcll-mell to it they I the island. The inhabitants flocked
> fcemd.boloopag or wpacced to belong to heir of Fer- hundred Indians ;remain in Florida, and yet while English, French, Danish, and even, went the battle'that appeared lo belong to.the .I to the be.ichrand soon discovered inhe ad: .s-1
., ndoLowe. JOHN alllPSON.sheriflTand and Chilian national vessels nre almost constantly king's forces seeming at first to have the best I vnitdA ship n nttmher of soldiers wearing 9
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Tax collector o. arc a
but I I un the coast, our people nru left unsupported.i but afteruaids to be put into nppearent route; : the unif r.n of the French army.
Y whites in their vicinity, great hope' are
Nov.. 9. lined that will bekii ue -d toemigrate :i Who believes that the recent outrages in Sani I but till t'o.or thru-e: in! the nuriiing: in equal ]i "I am dune for now- my bread It baked.."' ,
*- Tax Collectors Sate.BY cntert westward.The they: :peon&.crctQrvr OIllICendlii, i Juan would have occurred if the smallest ves- (scale, conIUluetl.hI8! 'dreadful fight-the ct.t- I cried the disuxtyed, husband of Justine

tr line virtue of tho power vckled in me bylaw that small force should be sent against the i sets in our Gulf Squadron had been present ,. tering of arms crying! of"oldi r und the noise of I I i An isles Jut tvever, suddenly occurred to .
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aIit Jt.; 1 hail expose for stale before theLutist Sioux in Minnesota enforce the observanceof i I there ? cannons so terntving the poor beholders,that .. him and revived d his courage lie ran to the"

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February neat, the following described proprtiy or 1'0 Stunsuury party explore the :I VERMONT NULLIFICATION. eive credit to their wars anil eyes. Aflersome his fire-lock returned to the beach and osted- /1} ,

RR.' much thereof at will pay the State and roantytax that Great Captain Salt! Lake, has completed its labors-recommends I The Legislature of Vermont has passed an three hours light, that army wliich: carried the I':I'himself on sentry ; nt the moment ;he French !

-- dos thereon for the year 1650 add the necessary'exwnaea formation of n retired list of officers \ net, which embodies the propositions by which'the :; kini'scilors withdrew ralhcrappearcd to fly j't were landing..' ; "
1oID.rtlcletl.- ineidmt tM""O.'il: and: estimates the Free Soilcra and Abolitionists within the 'I I the other remaining as it were masters of thu ;! "Wh goes there ? he shouted, in a voice
of the expense
e$$f .f arts third rate land on the east ride of army.Master's for the halls of Congr.t's and in popular meetings ', field stayed a good! space triumphing and expressing like thunder.- '
tttuea, Lake Gorg.,bounded west t by Mid lake and on all of the Quarter June 1B52 Department at $4,250,000.' The proposed to render the Fugitive Slave Law :! all the signs of joy and conquest,and |I Who goes there, yourself?" reolied one in-
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Cora, oilier 'idea by atetioaa 36, 27. 38 Township 13, year ending the inopernth'e and a nullilr. There is, thereforc..1 I then with all their drums trunlpets, ordnance :: a bosit.Who ore you ?"
27 south and U section 3.AIO8 of transportation fpr Ike army during I 1 a
ca.t.aod township cost !
Range vanished. The beholders, i "A sentinel
( Tho between one of thc States of this confederacy 'I und soldiers, poor \
81,900,000. I
acres third rate land soMa of the vcorending to Junejast; yas nail \I II "How lon bl\ve "
who been
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RB. and tho abolitionists perfect sympathy. gold that they were zone you on guard
bcanded 'writ by said lake Towuhlp 14 specifws'tht{ reasons for the great i '
on fcvcretary
atnt and { One of the members: of this Union has,'ill long against heir wills, m talc with all haste to Five >Ctrsj' rejoined our m m.Davouit .
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TtanfeiZT.bekM or Mppotpd to belong Lydia in this department, expresses I
,tardrulder.. CMIW.Archibald 1?. fiostW, outlays favorable circumstancei I cfli ct. rtlcasedt lt. from tto! oblig.ttion.sot'1 Ke.mton, knocking up Mr. Wood iijti&tltuof ) laughed thu quaint reply and ;
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i TIlE ANC1EN'I'C1'I' '. ( almost rinnimoiis; re-election of Manm of! *1'hie intfllig nco from Tennesscn: following j Ali'J i- ( f .r ; Mjr.Xrtt ;.*:..-. O .!. :! a -I'ii I > '4iri

I Virginia and appriival of Davis in Mississippi immediately afer the news L from (ioorgia, has | We shv (says tlw Ji rifo-d Cournn:) !the! following s-wj-t; ,:-: -! .; of 1.>t !iruns! b. :,rm-4-li.7i! nVlI'l 4

l __ las[ MJ Yulco uxprcsseil'ny political sentiments tv-invi orateal the Cabinct.and intuscd a groitcrdcgrec extrae: of :i I l-ttiT-fn).n nii'nU."iiin ol.Alabama : rui: 1 .1 i.sr.u: W ts totally de-.tr.iyi I JV*_ I
of life uio the heart of rvcrx patriot. : t<> a uKnd tut his city, ttsusiin iiof e.\j ;; "! of its powder magazine i,ti tlte'illji
in ('nnnress in reference to Southern The indication manifests a love of U j the atc ot ft'fliuj: in th" interior: c.nniirof > : f. TuM\\po! : :*>.i tturJ.4 the arscn.-itt!

rights which Lave not ben shnred bv Mr. nion s'ipurior to every other consideration the &>:ith.; Tiiu 'writer is .1 irnav.'oi"C nnccticut ib.i; 1J minute- past It) a* m\uid wait fat-art

Uasor, by the gallant Davis b.' h"J vent rbleCutfQr and if the Fugitive Act xvero thrice repealed, i xvli- has i.'si l.Jjn( AUbanjji f.>&s.vii; ; ; ;i "r-'arfiijikiiitfu. Itfj $urm ifcc'd by well| i in.

ami In a great ulLure too by tineminent 1 do'ibt wlus'.her the masses ofcvt'rv slaxe-hold-1 years md fully u jdcrstatlife th.0 views gfthosj ( ,; Iu2L.l) rmLIUz i z :* !tr/ that thc this.
E UAUTY OF FEDLKAL RIGHTS AND DF.TEKfillSr.r lag States PI tl.o C-mfcdciaev xx-oiild not secret13 about xvhoMt he wrjte.s: % % I If ,titiT '.vss tm'in to accident, Oshers n r-if
REblSTASci U rricn-I'ri-ss the issue then of South-' u, .be "' I "What Culhoun-could not t2Tcf i ii two' v it ckif .iSttuTd''
.,- TO ALL \VKO OITOSE THEM. "ratiHyir ut he result. | r/irne.yipj cfn S.1iIfltWb,
lights! on the! oc hand and !blind submiiision on CLAY has been done in .sit wc-dl- ,wi/at tin n Tit -aVl misrtjisi 3\ti-ir
:. -: -- -- -- --- itti'l l Mr. fiimself hits taken occasion ycnis : < 5 p and dj

AUpUSTMME, DEC. 21 1850. the"oilur and w& will vouch for the result.To to add Jh<; .xvhulu veighl of his authority in of UieiJiKi'-ii I ill) asyjrj ViI ZIt in this co?iitvVoncot'the I'; tli'.JlioIkt ot li'jsi! ;). The jn nt ro

----- favor of i.ncofpHtioMul sU&mUsioii in any conceivable wcalthia- aul l o>.jiinini ;is qutrt ru.norand oi: wlucd[ I price tnMtii.r. reiaflre!
: : 1&a Room.Wchjive ;:r rronc'u. IJarque Cuinqucna, Der.ind.mastr eircumn'uincerRecently he made and intelligent u population; sis there U in th- u vii1 eInisters R,'
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{: 50( days from Tampico, nr.d a speech of imusuaM solemnity before the Kentucky United States-Wlii.r VM--whore first th.-re p v.Ier: iM.iveyed l. Uie m t: r/.iu rs ort
bqen d!CM fed Jo establish a Head Iigmslawre'jzi-whjch ho used the fol- was: a large U.iiit party--there! i is now' ?i.u.r /vere in a bad! fH>id.tioiaud .t quantitv olcomtitisiibi
-I ing Room in cbnnction xvith our office. This 40 Ircun Tuspati: bound to Bordeaux, wiihFustic Iowiig Iarrhrte: perm'xnn citizen that I khov.nof or have he.ird as Billed.! Iii-* i oil>lu th.it

$ xve Imx-ej concluded to do provided xve ran receive and b'ars.i par ilia I -touched at this povl. 1 may b askcdui I IVt'C been asked, when of that dax! > not say tip. tna J has: couvi lorsecession. I hi. It tvrt1ck- s ntt-tveptrrnht ttnr ,
for provisions and-watcrr/on: tlie lth inst. I WIUld cor'aAt 1tiaIlitt4utitli oftho Uiiiuu.I For o'ne n ith many ti.-s Jo bind m : dull!! m iritiv.-; ttnt>:i.i1 ;!h- Cf'Otettfj4 pjm.x
llie-bare co t ot the tires'and the n'caitenjJanec
1 ansxverhKevcr/he'ver never; ciiusel I can to the! Nurb.ru! UIUI-H !uvin 'fri3nJria.ireliti.ins ; 'on in-- t'.ior v.'U/ire: the powder f' rnCJ, Jraial'M' '

: e.snr)1 upon theJloom.! We hau; W(; received by lit iwiil, a very ncatardvf : conceive nf n-> r possible contingency that from whom it xvo.il i bo painful to Li t ; riw'it : : :zt.i'g an .! : 4Xphkit,11wtt
t1pLflcS1 I listqfiub 'ribcrsand fixed the ;prixi % xiould ne it for the interests and! happiness; diir-r---iuvins: hop invitatio:!, from the! manauers of n Rill,
lege it viiliug; ; the roonf at the pie re nominal ofihe people.! tO bn a!; up this glorious -Conledira to tho North, lux-mi: ex p. c ed that my children into; two p.irt"ijd Ll.'xv up thr. upp T ifcckxvi'h
k i which was to be givm, by the citizens of 8inFrancJSv : .'.\ and separate: into bleeding and t>tl-! land jours won 1.1: live ;ul die und -r'thtjntiK? t ta: i-i.iVan.1 ti4inLf5kt; ja ta air.i .
of t 23kt. mntli. Tae 1II Iii
chargQ per %V on the 29h: Oct., "iii celel!>rat.onof : htgtreat par(. Siiow m-;-what! I bcliiiX'u to j government our fathers nrul-it. was xvuh rrMt j i T.I.; .' o.,rt tt-ll .sn tray4 iTo: lb" *ei is.l' dii--

.: be found at the qfllce nnd the Room will bet t the admission of California into the UnionWe /' 'be impossiijl-j to sho.v! m :-that there xx li be* i reluctance that: I w.is convinced tit! .it the Xohh j app -MI'L ti: .1 f; / tn.iiu e*. : -'ft.') TQivur Jx

O1)CflCtCfl thC 1st January if thtI necessary rceojiH.e with ratification: in the handwriting a Kres-v- vj numbtjr subscriberiicfore lhat time. g I I pent', and lui.mr happiness in the* midst ofarnr t As it is-I ;*r- prup.red; coolly nocalmlv -{ vilti'rc tr S.R' itlJ.itr., 'v:1:
/ I_ ) by which our nam J is traced in the j -alons; and warring independent toxote for i/\vs.nmand if it is jv.sury :'- .' s lip t.radd1:. HIM'C. ".Lrt'uil.mt.h./ iifterflij

] Congress cards the chon raphy of a much esteemed I No.hi Amoritein: p.iwors tnan under the ciio! ; to sustui.'i: the vote with lite and: IrLiI. j pjo-.it> > 'I'uHr,:ds'of kutlts i rnitf finl'irk.ftioos'il

tL.:. : a *> ,. J frietIatci, while: v c (fciU bound in c: nduur, I if
, ,' : *The' lit < Vofgrcc2tL to have to nJ'mi|, that we do no?) for what 'we co'tiMiFor tion. I wo'iM hold to hi if Congress were to years has uLojirAcp4tmr.! $lvju vh41'thL OLtIifLtC.! .ivnuias** "" iwrui'burjittfo* '' nt ,.
j; opcnedjxxifh iporc work anti lessuUk than uMjal. usurp :i jtqwer-which I'uhi su/o it never xvill I justice from "the- North arc'pvinjr tt tie{ to tn tZ beingw: rj: pick-d up CH
:The proposed reduction of Jo .sound political reasons, sympathise in the -toJibuli'hluvrv with in the Stares; for, in hopes since the ncus rnnvs ot tiu! :Vjti.;:i iiI t'rr 113 ,t.i-i! : :.' lii U'"Jp'; >.*ry n'mlance
I ( postage feeHn which induced the festivity in view, the eorttiiigetvv; ot Such a usurpation: xvu I Ohi-j! 1'emnylv.iai.i and esp<'ciallo.ii: MasiViu! creie: I < 11 :'v .re, -'.! ii o f in u -diiesnti: : 1 most
ill
4 T .throe cts. on prc-paid matter and five rents it would! have given us much satisfaction, to should be in a better condition as In ulax'cry.L silts Nothing but tin c-iiectuii waii; up o:' o;' the siiiF-ri'M xviiniin su.h a-'dhM-Ifal con.ij.!

.. on nil'unpaidmatter' [ .srjcmsto meet with favor have: been present at it, and taken "in fr.icn.Hy ;d! as it woatcl be;, in the Union than but of the union! men (if any such t1triIx ; t the 1 t.i th t! no hop vrit.'yt'r w H on .T ai.f.i >ff
L nnd North! and theireift dual of $Iive- th''ir ettow nTP
xvill probably piss.Tlic the Union. 1 pirtin/dawn : \f rtrftox-orr: On-jnor ,
I .. shake," not only "the !hands: of this but those Sucli :md: and! slav bii groxxlling at the ry agitation there cau now sao I ihr et.ti.; ws; ;pekfd up r.f5irh'df'>%vul't| l>irfuilyand

Lc islalnre, of s"verj! other: valued friends who have cast shrine of the Union, uc are pcr uaded h:: No Union prtrtv here ran s.iv.% it. Tneiivr'find with a r\\.1C tljTijugli ins s.'j.ujf.ler: I!

.. their fortunes, in that distant region but, as. _few sympathisers in (Jeor ri. Hat: In the has liefii taken fruia.lind.'r ijum by thc 'Ive; 8 i.'SJ.raiw: alC'-r Uivin-4 tLr.4i.c. nvtyantbulanei .
>Vc obscrvp ljut little of special interest in could not bi', wcs give them all we can; o.urmist Northeager believe ex'erythinir that favors law, and: I ihc renewal! and m';! 'asiir ; agitation A gallant; Armenian porter hu !
; the proceedings) of the |Ijegilaliire iuce. our their own dominationand wilfully blind, to of'he sdavu question at the Nortli." i both, n is tegs cu? njf; and ftill couramsljr'
sincere wishes fur tbeir health and
. i !ast. Such i j the tr.iscrau inefficienCy (4 our hap xvha'cvor rises tIlL to disturb their, dream oftrimnph Southern : r3c3ti snt "Vi'iv !91etz. dictated letter tolas mother, 'informing her of.

.mail Systsm that xx c obtain later proccedmus piness; adding tncrcto, the hope, lhat the xvithout check and aggression, without A ureat'meeting ufwiUM of Const it iif tonal' his-sr.d:it2. < .

? LL from Congress golden dreamy umier-! osc inllucnce, lhfy resistance, the recent success otr the so- Rights of the. tfotith was held fn the Sf. Loan- Nooilkia: ; list of th" !lo s of moil an-l oIer,
thgn from.our own Legislature..Mr. have been translated fnnn our immediate calrd! Union parly'm! Georgia, and the recent Ball Room, New Orleans, fc?, lurd''y nigji'- The lEts y.ul appeared buj; it'isascertamu.l bey.rntl

j Hopkins has introduced a Bill ninenditij ** may 'bc4rcalized, to Tsocial'circle the full, antI! nled.'c b}' M!. CLAY of unbounded, uureasoiling 'large kill was crowded to its utmost cap-icily; all tlo.tbt that many tfthe. mot trali*ntoiliccrsof

; the Charter of the City of St. Augustine. hat lit no remote div: they*inn v return to u<; submission to the Union, appear as kjtffdred and the streets around prts1.t ".I wid.' sea the: Turkj.sii Navy .lire lot. Wu h ive to dcplore '

:! !1r. Forxrafd, in the Senate, has introduced! iviih their, filled to t overflowing* with I if no* Identical expressions of sentimttnf.Tlicy (.ttmn.vingjustli:1 siriuI ittiti'." JP pI: the dtsitli! of sU eapuiiH} whr were onboird
pockets (icon i a h; s-voted and dr (icnbis 'vtti
I u Bill the siy : C'LATf t1Is PPIIed L'r.sit1c'si',1 nea r one thiv-ndmiraPs ship! in conference
amending Charter oaap'uint
, of hc Atlantic he "ye'Jvic dirl" has Vowed su.u'mi! ,ion to NorLJzcrji)rule, Jet it hundred Vic I'residents. from t the most i n ml itimm- *
k &: Gulf Rail i Road which passed the Senate assume* whatever character it may, of jnaiqvolenee tial citizens ot the ibice. 1'ruf, J. l F. !C. Debuw oi tl ofermuett'!Sienteii'ints; --ilsnoflho-jimnd wv! xx'er invited) tiiitu admiral ex- ,'

?n the 9th inst. by a vote of 16 to 1. Mr..paldxvin TUB CKOI'.S OF 1850.We xvron<: or robbery.! '?$ and seven others noted ns $uerit.in.%s. Cantor ;itiiittiutl: : if sex'eral .pupils! of f iha academy

I in 'the negative. learn that both i he cotton and tobacco Whal is tl\e present stale of opinion'!JnV the Soule ;n response to fiilhu iastic calls; ; dnrusscd and! t5 scholars! I)f thnrst class.
We North?. We- quote again from the Boston Atlas the mcettn<; in u socech! of unat animation, %*
notice n vast amount of special legisla1 in the interior the sensor were 't'heJi.ktpf casiriltu-s i is supposed in bc.iu
crops present u declaration, thy truth of xvhich xve cannot logical lurcc and eli-iinnco lie reviuwrd the
1 ion before tic General! AiLiTy; such as good. Corn mid cane sulfered! so much from doubt, and xvhichccould by confirmed by ttf fslalionof Coigre.vs and stmwcd! that it had t >l lows.l| c uimoJoie! ( &:'>.Vfmiril; Mabrnxid

I. chartering p ank roads, changing the names the drougih and lately the starring crop of like assertions of by far the majority of IXorlhern bwn grossly unconstitution an I la igre4sive. l'.ichilsiip( :ri >r odlp'jr, Cuptiia t'aha
} "f relative newspapers, and bv the uenenil tide nl AH for remedies, he recommended' ih people aidde-eamp: t; c.ipii'>s iri'-ludingohi countrian.
persons, to ferries, enabling minors cane has been much injured by froM.Wp derc.f t the Meiri SkevV'ei: ')
, expressions sentiment on the pirt of public to struggle yet to obtain; in.lemmtv, mmd! security 'Jlieutenants3' .
to assume the management of their property, bjive bjeard ol ROWO reinar-ablc! instance taietiiiis. The 'Unioim MeettngV are but smi in i the Union lie did mot ad volute secession sub itliiir125 t-.hipmen) including luesciojirs

. : &c. xvhich sljould be all provided for by genr.cral cf the yiId; of tho Cotton crop.-avuon iits-ignilicant and powerless cuuntcr-cyrreau, ordi-union. i.f thvadoir..y: (It!) sailors amimuhi'

laws particularly! uodcr any biennial which was the product of 1750 bis. o seed 'rue Alias says; : Alter this speech Judce AlexaadTValk! >ir >; 7'J. (nrkmeii rrepairs44ham--
t sessions. from and half \VtcaIoutn The anti-slavery clcmant ii the North: i is one of the udiiurs of tlw J) :lt-i, deliv'd a brit-t ma I Is employed to r.iise thu an 'hors; 7Jie 4ilors
cotton one acre at
| ininr'i 'h. otin-r i iiton
iTjorcactix'o than bjfore. The Fugitix'c Slax'Claxv but eloquent address. Tiie chrer! of tin? audience : ships.nnd zuttfntITncp
J. Projects Lra new Circuitarula new Supreme and average of 1(500( bl! inC'.lumbi.v county is now added to the number of breeding in responiso to bolh'speccmarfsu.l (heir oiUeer; 5 visitors; 11 ;p 's' iii

? Court are nl!'before the Vgi$latunIt is from some 15 lo 20 ncrc The high price xvotmds.( and! xvill become of more direful import to have been must enthusiastic; ant? roof lift* kiikwhitii sunk xvhif.? p.is.in; tis'sr
unqucsliohaj| the that those- at tfie ii'tte of time explosion: ; l Italun! broScr.Tir ? .
ly case the present ar- of cotton has fully remunerated our planters than previously named in the catalogue. ing. .
'Fttaltfl9.
I angcmcnt) of the. Circtiiis throws the largest and their affairs are generally in a prosperous Itis.ilaw tii it nex-ercan beenfoyeedin The I followin rcsoluiioirs: ajjrred on by a 'I :

I : Amount! of f.u>iness into une or txvb circuit..anil condition.Aa the fn e Sat'y, without irritating and exas- committeo were submitied! oy it. ;5.. iveily,, ,. .
I % pi-r.itinz-ilv! pojd.'. Wliil.s! it rein iili a law, E--q. and adopted will: but onili! ont:::!,. ( ;) LC.jg; IX
I that tho'supreme Court as now organ- increased production of tobacco has every r.tt'mpt to enforce it will V-ause a feriir.Mit voice. .. ] : 'li'juli,' i'rihtrf, :nt ii,.! p-Sitfiuitt presC'tntictis -*, '.

: t jsed. does not work as ;perfectly as it sh..uld! been compensate.!. We have heard of! 52J cts. :in ronimii'.jty, and evc.ry talurc to Whereas! The C'Jiid.iel of a I lir. ti pr.rttoimf : ; :4I- toHu'A'ir* pir.iijraplir! th htsehiemv

..t nnd that then; arc oiiiaycjir.es in which liu per pound having ben received in N. York cirry* out its provi.si ns will give lImO;Igitator4 the people of Iit e N nh of f all I 1 clis--s ad': s ( of xvhieii i is rs'veiallv witty! ol*
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in thcScm'n fuel feed tlus all!I has m.-uiiti-sf. : ': ; : ,
: I Court is unable to net from thp fact of ukme for u sample pnrcel of <>{urion "o. tobacco new lo flame of political parlies reqdf-rrd tj .1
Noiitliern discontent, and warm into I life existence amon 'he'm ul 'impositions j( -Ii > .
4 tf' ut' nu ,iiiuors having been connected and much cstucrncb new ( : ;sand Exempt 3.J. si4'ta.l -i littli? corner ofVi li'
produced by our worthy the seetiot.al tispriti sot the people of the I opinions' hostilu to 1 1111; n its ail ih :iiu- itiZru'.uCtiuny, \\ ,s I t-y rjy iiJj'itit'm in 111laiml -
xvith it aa counsel judge.__ _. hi i n.1: Ctvj>;. Jabricl I'rkst. Tobacco i< becoming sltx'5 StallIn Conirrt'ss: tins rmrs/ni( : ot re- \ tiois ot the. Southern Slrtes t wdl calcui.itiilto < t l.t! tiii-lals"y! | called Utiliiil |Mft.v -

'* 1-! T L a leading: article! wiiirlhe planners of p'-al cnnuoi Ivxvinki-d out of Mjlr. It wilt excite sori I nisap; rei! M-ions rJia; t'ify' i. tiudi |huts., ':; jt; ft of 1.1 vu >ir/s I> (oral an irguriv.itiojj. -

; The U. S. SGiialonliip., iIi non and Alachua Counties and hu I thus c''m.j up; it wd; !it discasvilra'id! K xviil, \\i? i to j'crsoven in tlio i ourv-o of jiv !fs.!irfii ain! ; I I'VCTV; w.Y-iv they! fuivu lic !il
I I trust i 1 liMM-rie I, bi.t ilcannoi be doio without injury which! uii.irktl t li! nvi-ni If i.iu> >a o: put .IK..VI.: Vv'iK i'vvr
The Florida Sentinel and its retlex the Republican far proved cxcic-dinirly proiltablo commanding wr>itj Iii uV& ItI'_ tt)in
j 4 : cre-itii'g dijri-i 'it *: ; -- '. ti: (.;' 4r i ,' ,,: si ill f.II outlme
. arc pursuing nil things considered the )hiuhot price in the inu kct. ;pas-age of that; I iv will 1 I prove, ;as has; bmnalwajs litwhetl, Tiiat :ilti! <>iiuh weeti'i-rt 11:1: in a',it-! ronn'ry. it vtil!I be .tns linly Jrom tu(? vi-ik! and
father n bold It is the unbltishin"firrontcry But .for the last frost pH-du-t! d. f.e: ftn.lfiil! iui attaclinuiit and'cli.-nsh nh !b i. rt.i.iv
game. not su nr Rile would have ; mother of si- ; a >u< : :> :iti nj c ; { sp.rit M t II-MI wi.k'Ir will: pro.oka.

:1 apparent i ii; tho following'hcnteu- done! well but relying upon the uniform mildness 11 rjl.il illlilU IslU-s.! '* j to the (Intuit wed.'fin itjuit and n-vi % ir \H: t ti'ivt4res-i ms anti new xvrjrr-'s$ oil lha
2es from Weild: : :'nit one ollrjr quotation; It is the this time to proclaim: to our f.-ilow: : citin-> n: nit! itt tt.! > 'siti.! '
one of its editorials that of three :
recent xve our past: two or winters laruo
abstract < 1 f tie! law rcivnlly pissed bv tne the North.-not bv way of inenaeo: bH in :t
.: particularly: refer lo. planters have genvrlv deferred grinding until \'riim tit I l.-uislature to the 1 snirit and frieitdU' warninir i ltjiii
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nn.-vent rrcoxervof -our .N: : : convicliontlnt -
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1 1 -fI.IiIuI1Z9.flZIS. u-inmiice liirctolore nun too Inie ;\ rjonod and r.ave; consequently lost fugitive slave--. \Vu ijuo'j: the abstract in ; thu people ot' ] uis.im, will !:: >! .; I lltL'llth'N.! '

'this papi-rU i paiticulurlv' I unlriendl I to &r.Vulcc. a pitt hot) of their crops. The cold turn preference to copvmg the law itself; because at all risks, upon the con .itu'ioinl': como-ict lio ,
'1 t it xvill be more tenrally: intelligible and on the sut'j.eti1 slavery and! wttl siibnui lo nb rmy xvroitiri rvvermije! +{ cmm
Sucli is not the / c/.M Sciilitu-l l i.t o.i the ISjii of Nov. list Iri said to have ruined xve that xvrt'iinfc thfr Ndrih-ni1* Cimproinirv
1 can vouch for i its correctness. Jt will lie >een violation: or mfr.n cinciit of it w'tatrivr! and )
::1 Doc.' 10th. % thu largest share of the qropu of Louisiana: that this law fllVctu.illyvitlnlraws thu examination that they will r.sist--cten thni u.that: resss-; better atriority! as N'orihcrn s. nlim Mil thm

:H is h merely preparatory! to o more impu- while it but slightly ntR-cted those in Florida of tiio qui'stitm from the United ..Suitesolicer lance should, create a di ks.>lnt ion of ifir Union their Kouthern!S tiheni: cosnljators. Wi"nttlu! >rcf >rt%

s.* : ilcnt! nnd but that ol; the i Oth, Dic.: was iujurion >, and! i transfers t the fugitive and i the all atli-inpls by Conjyvss to !c ;>.Iiiu-f ag. resMvUy'tij .stili.nUdomsts, or ljiibii; >ts, or whatever
veracious xvliich eh!
( equally coursa by : ; th-y y-jll I I I it 4 'lvs.. th'lt
ill assU't :
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claimant i : to I the Courts of Vermont; e tab!ishi. on their ri liU by 11 ii ; aioiiiui: : of
it thinks that u Qod! kite bo txvice flown. Arrow l oot luis been i-xtenxin-ly cultivated ho_>*iiuto! tt! j f.u'iriv.. stave hilt ciMiiin'J I
; ( may es the tri il bv jury, and makes it th') duty of slavery; in Dii'tricl of Colimtlu.i! ijf the interdiction H |
: [ .. Jt again assumes the tone of u dear lover I in (he I Interior and Has xielded well. I'irpar* the ..Stile'sittorny: to get the slave clear if of the slave i trade bi'tWf'n the fclial :s.ortlicfn.icimist !to a fr.v {.in ftJL's.w Ciiuk: it a suilu nt reply '

'ofthe Union, and with tejgncd alarm (pi> aunt) t l'9r its.iuat ,iifacture on nn c.Mcnsiv .vJo possible, mid final y pavs his expenses out oft : ofthu! Wilmot I'rovisti or thy, to following their abMirdiiv friMiiih, in rj-ioto ?vI.Ii.o.| ;| like* lhi> I

: hint the rc-jlection of Mr. Yuleo may ntomeI are tui\y bciig nvule; at .Micanopy. On the t the bcnutilul: public law ticu.Miry.The i is us (allows: abstract, of this slave repeal; Law.orcsAcntial. modii'uMtio.i of tie: Fugitive t ted by tit. llnioks,> on"N ;w of V.ir thu few J-lgpr Nirihcm, cili- ?

; : dissolve tho Union, mid MIX I"it is only in this whole our planters have ;peaI; : canvs of H.itis- 4'h makes: it the duty of the .Stale's altorny And Whereas thu Union tf tm! >ir Si.itos is con T.Miiws now in Coigivs.s. 1IIt thcu

/ view of the case that xvo (eel any particular faction With the result of their crops ,uit} we in thu! several, counties! to apply to t ither a union of iiovcreij: is i ina con fed11 racy nfi.'imal h. sAysthis; Mr.l I R.? !l I.'i i< M
: : interest in the .clc tion." We had thoughtf learn thero is considerable migration to the class ijfjmlges or Courts, in case of the arrest arid can only bo prepetnatt-d by prcs.r\ti!! xvry!: : ;{.! in tho ttorilt, nail rcnvirksru

f Oiat this wns1 the recent Slate the present season. of any inhabitant.isasn! 1mgitivc shave occurs, unimpriirfd: the cnii"icti.r imprefsvd upji: tt 5.SV.: : confcsjrn&ii tii'V.r in our day J
game played out m xvu! 'n the judge or court applied lo .shall issue bv it> lounders."lie bf'loro h tvtrvj s.-eii suyli.a. slate of jwblfe o- '

: canvass, but tho Sentinel seems to think it How S1uid. tin* the xvrit ot h ibi-as corpus when in session, or it then-fore further Urs >!ved That ;:s pjrKMj| ( Pi! !rju Northern countrv Every j arty

: 1 : may. as well bo played! over asjain, and that Oir frieuh in (Liorgi: (Qs1ioa and xve mean by toanv judge of either court during vacairon. friends of the Union an.I of tin? .S.jjiii! we iudially ;-- how s- d'.v.i tn ir, th" dfiii icralic I ni wejf* tie

:I, ) I nsMnjor Beard XVPS defeated by a cunningly the plira !,. all men in that State, xvho hold If, undt'r this writ, issued during the vacation approve the course of tinK-M 'vjuato.-s; whi-i prirtv. On! Hf fa eilifs ttif fxV.
r.tiscd false issue and unscrupulous misrepresentation thru the South has rights xvhich no majority by any judge, the person arre>ted and imprisoned and ileprust'titativt! !} in Con nws wh'i coniendeil ; t:; /.Z'x, ,th lttr: u
I. llw North as a fugitive be not di>charccd, lie is a ;aints all i ncruavhmcnt* tip. u tjucj'jaf-! tt-t' amritt.tll 'r'v }: efrrtrl a
: .4 I so that Mr. Vulcc may' be in like .1 in invasion ofxxhich! can take-away ju.stifics ,resistance'and i the further have enti'lvd: to an appeal to the county court, by I diirintyiitid: rijruts ot lite .ut/li; ; hMtu-s and !>h *rfomain!. tin fit nn ,)
4 manner misrepresented. Apart from tljc! 5mpudence furnishing! proper ball. The court to xvliom that our thanks ar ; i>p"Cialydii': ; ( amt ;are :V. tat i... ;.-, n? f ft u ,,? p us ,/ ,-? pursuancm.it
: agreed upm one point-that the repeal I of I the
_.t of its kind and officious iniennc.1i t fugitive art, or its defeat by essential modi-! |! the appeal I is mid.;% or lo whom! the xvrit vas hereby tendered lo.th'? lion I*. *atie. hipui. !11, 1.zer"i, zJz J')14rid.
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.i 'ormiti'iHy nnde returnable is I/iSerearid lion. I F:. Morse-lor \H !
I tie
directed, upon i ;: abii.yauud ; :
ling, It strikes us that the tS'untincl places itself -eillonsorby: the continued! resistance of tho '
. North, will t'si-application of eih..r! party intended, to lid-'Iijy v/jjicii tli-ry mc ainTtio'jti:! tI .: '' /'(.'/ 7'uV; f J/i.-Tha! Liverpool
upon ground that even ;tho! most vcittireome off I he So.ith presi-iita in the easiidemnndingtlicunifui most energetic: I iii how a trill h by jury of all I I the facts at issue I late lamented; J A. 1 Harm iiivm .( ('.I'd .,! the Journ il -ys. j

I $ of its submission friends would! scarcely of redress; n ml sul( protect inn. It ixvliaw measures i ot i htvtween the! parties; Tlic law makes it the i, interests; und honor of their ci.iL..
I information special: duly nf; ilm .Slate's atlrney in time scvcr- I !. j ri .f,, ,<.,
nvnd Upon.at present Vo say for tho altogether misunderstood I their pledges, th-v provitknc*? I.1 lhuuumZ' .
il eouni'\s: > lawful SEIZRc or ; : At&isirA-f VKH.M:'..-.-TeU'df'p.i'cU's ln roinrij
;to < j a-jid
j iis
| ; exery msans: lo nalv!
of Iho Sentinel that the stand hitherto hnvu'tfiken t tin* position 1 that I if tho Union cau-j! pro'euro n-putdieans txpamtilum.
Ito nciiiiiir| ? of every per-on nrri tcd Uu;111111c .fio.n: C.iXi{ tiunoii.icp! 11 I.II I. .. Iv-s ,vr a univM
iitcn |jy AIr. Vulco In dnfl'iieo nf Koutliurn, 'jiot; |vrotect I or t their propi.-rtvi\n.l) ,, inKun restore from it xvheii j{i iviolrnlly S titi'l cl.uur-il; within I their district; us a I'ugiiivo rru\111 ill 1 lloljiKv, I II.il l'-, ii; JM; &U iu-it.o| t'.tjii I ut enmil ird l t' ftfrrinri-im M as Unrdti Iru, hii ns:
Irtiiiiltileiitly $
:' iht in npprovoil not ouiv by )liN own' $) p lii.puriy.iliut thou Hi"'Union' *lnll n it t coiitimv, them. I h lave: n id; Iiisiuiels' nil I I jiulicul I mid,, e.xteinjvu Disney lute, eoiiunaiidfir; : nt I Ili'u bntf Voiiioia usa KTiro", iii ml! ;,dlrwnl thoruihI1tin n w Ha fCC.ifi'FtAii.i

: ,. iQ $I : by I hit grrnt HouiliiTii purty tel'! I In i tSh I n" pwt (I'mrulai, ilot not (MtiM'uf, j oilUiM'ixlisluill; !Know oiiiiyi| ) ri'iuum) lo \*>* passenger in Ihu bug, i r.o>:UM 4'soii h.ilii >i. hfilf.j 'if hliti moniOwl- -
I xv'liMi 'I hlrV' Unit; Hiich: mi iiui'i.t$ ; j M iiifciidiul, lo jtixeiuueitiu Copt. Ditimy sfu'Ut' tliui Ins I dnu XXHS qai; ttI :uu itIn P"'l'ui'4 to n ,
flf"i s r-ni
,tlilDmullon t of I lliu H.r; TJmt liiutiii'Ih$ I Ij II) ( ( 'IIIV hit vroitiI, many: ofiliolnnl-$ romrnunientloii wltJi
: Invi I | )' '|| | jtst$ Li'i h then of to the niiui'ii.iy; $ inHi' I I Ihu p'ri, i>f Vic nr..i, by t thu lUli.li| xv.n 'I 'htiut't anJiruut.; 'Vbv' P uittIt
j t .1 ? L'B$ lutI; t K'itMi. I lliu I'Siliinr may I iravi I l l' r In*. hIItt rt''ti'hlithi'' (hlIIlIJirIfllitI'4' | || MilMI, tiH) I i'riiitiittt'it'I ki'ti.||||| |(.Slur ilu niirrhNllllf I ji'ot'fiuIii1 I ir iMiiinlv! ilmt |him( tuny iimcly tikL| Ih" htl'lllliUl'? I I />'itl I tI!( roil i uu'p a;lout| uf bc Li,}' ( | { ;{ i Of Ft tH'hi, ii ut b'auuti tJittieittiifijtir. ui

I l1)iat liu llmli mi rxprfiMloii) I m1 1 mttflii Imi n1niliiilrfilluii ltII, h(1lti'iI( UN jilti i ot (' Mii'iiMiro h licit: ilnviiUu' iipuu' lilm lur I lit I tlin hl.lVI: ) I tr/lile/ J ; ..-it1s iinturiiy n'IuiI'| llminifVl ollhu

4r HttI) I'm1 Mr, Viilou', niiiI I ti't' it IPpriiiI 1(1 1! I i t'i'' ', III ir ut 41 I'. h llifTlyli''" 'it f I lli>; nrrikiiil jilt ny." CM Tho Vnlii'l I.u wni liiiund tD.ilur cst: i>l' AVicu | > Im xv..rJ h.lth)4uu't'1| uml i, tliu mlwCiU J Mub.flih
i'>'n j, I L1, ii pith ;nt; I Ho t llmu, ol tiuiM'Mpt'iri' ) I haul t in t 'I,ish j ci tiC .
ifmotui diuiu'j i iu .iui
I't'IleI
3 I aiiitt iIiitt II( Iht tra| InJlvMunl In our iiiiiiilhal) I I ifs tfirmtiiiii (in I I |luiit'Il||( it iii l lmi'l V .. ,. iKiujirtm iWiitnwtrtf.
'If IIII prumliiciUv, t'liii k linn) >l ulioir t'tilsi'r i'hiit1l Ilibit *!III'!' ) in itliiMi,1 pluiiil ''f $iitn| iu> ? 7 I'' uuul ii liiiinCi'i'tai g t'uluui..j$ ( ui 'u Iii u, l'ltt j'M y 1.1 imiiiviUon 1111,1, ,JhiiiiwrctfiHrlMi
1 mill liteiiti|| <,i', )pith) ImliN lii'hi'H'ii'' i inly niilvliitlnil v i'tI nlii.12 u'.hig lou 1 *1i'. Lht'itu'i 5jt ill'i'l' |,MiiMr, lj47.: hiri Is lout, & | un t ,| yint wlihlopirle whilst
; tlttN u'llU'.sprd* n $piihllj( i.futfiiitlmi)|. | $ $ t nfneiurvuleofMr. I'nloiiUilcli' I hit Ci'iiuiiuii' [i'rii'iiil I I Tiii' l.iiliiHM.I. ill" mall ytuiimlrt; )' lull ur"et'h'i- 'I'hj ..J'HH' inlMiiri', wiih noiii''' :,uIk' 'I Iii. ap wllli-lillol juitluuhih'

iIfl t VuM' U'unrbulinl in"on lii'iKl/iclnr, / ul nil hit, Hlfili", iind nil lii'i1 |huh'nn, I wlilmiil pihitU" lilormlliin! / i.f lln, ii$ (iinii'tlily' hi lid' |MnT',| $niilii.'i'it' i||liu thu ''UI-I 'u'|'su'Jtust'uutyi; ,'n|,ut i'4 rim tvpibll.j of, ,
hfItI sIt $i'1lIi'i: ) Il' tt lflli1ltIIi itfluiiiI ; lioiin'ii.ior' ii'xirlvnll.' ) l IIIVD d'cpi1"$ I In > tip' f'lfiii'in' 'nl' I I'mnil Hiding Miiiiiir' | In ihu !'tIustIituutv) lo piit N li pi'lA' t't'iuv nn Uuitl nl '*.15 tulv l lot' lilt' ?'' it ,
0 Vlrjliih I l "uhuliii I >'/|Iii it| rViujftiny liuln, huu'r suliul M'llil IH| |' iiiS|, )J | ruui.1 1vhI qiIyuJat'
fiwolie)1) thli pointl! Itiiiii luimtrlu tl i'.YiI t* h'linr/iii'l/ I'.xplh'll II'I'JIM' lit it win n |i I lOniiii u l tilt'> || s tutifr'vt! ./ $ .1irvintg,
I tjll tutu hi '' I "ultiuithuhi ( ?It Itui''' I lt' l hut Ii ut .
I -. : 1-1it.mui/ s'i'iit I ilitit t lliii I i'iniii>di>i'iiin! > iiihl ii, i (nut 'I'mh'ufrul' Phi h1t s' ii I t s v'.i ist.gttgt'ut
; thiii Iti'itnlliidtioother. WoniyMilt"ftMtHii"eonlimiu chin$ ) to lino! mid conllilt'iiciili"y UI.TC f illloi HIM IK Illill >I ll?. M.IN ||iH fi"C, | | | III M,111SVfill Sliy/lgi1/ iltl'Mil' U thu Wl-! ,eIs't \ TM ;:;. _
: to tliN aiid U t1tl ut inly I by n niiijorlly nl v vi'niy..-nil t thu I) trIbuevuIiIlg iijtilnsl! wi.iu unjtHtun l l A cufvrui! twin,; tvut*tuUtltI
; 1 ran* m u, uot' this, ,lr.>
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1 MrYuleo'n : inn! m-vi-iit IMI Wlil tt4 tit 1ui for him, VVuyruatlxi liir/il. 14itr4ttt: ilitlip uml
lo tlt'it ,
a iimtiHrstfillon (tit' ptiblio npinioti us llicr tigtt'rtt, tin1 n'pval or .drfnitnf ilufti I I it'
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a'. !: n-jolcM In !hn t' laid hli ttoluru ?JI""V itimi ustuu'.t '. Jury of'1fritisnt Af1)inctl '
result. ..1/r ) > ctiu ituler (
MAHO.S uiitti'ti I Jiuk'ury
j itlvn nut by' Ninth xxonld be it ,,
liini ,
t. iicllon which while: Utkv.ite.i ; I'&g11Ek'd as ter v ,|,I,trt,, nil!
furnish lug ihH of.We I one if, 'tin* most hbh'lotied! I nun I in Virginia: I the enmn''ui' tither ut the Ani'jiican 6U'idi'oii(] but: ? 'ltiutjfl'l | Cusgilt'
will sink tho Scntiir 1 itnil iti xvhcre prr hin "", hp jurv, ret us rnc'uI the
ninl i
supporters <
inlcrpret thn recent election in (Jeorgisi, t xvcrc.ln M 1845. it only n mo>t honorable and 'ltf nitiic their nnll Ho re
they < ; di-.tcrvfd distii.cfio'n
t y then, not ns a proof tnnt tin pvjpie of I tlutSi'a'cnru in under rjddm
; < their
iiiT-:
( tiihinisflf, but is a V.tusr TON, Vfn itltm ; tmnrkq
i, Among those Senators during the recent prepared for sibmision: but that gratifyiW proof f> Iwc.ti '
: thai Virgin'it is n-ady to tuck th -General! Wiufidd -Jiie titvas',1! '
: sessions Congress with whom Mr. they desire to give.1 the Union one more i trial. those MatUsmen ?; Arwiy. 6'eoti report camn.tfijih death bV.eatMCJnnknoxv
; stormy At the Noun it is construed xvio.in; Ii ti" to $llni rau c ofihie .South'. on the! army is published this injruiug in the ; to th" jury, but in our belfef by the
differently.
been most I associated: i is very act of
has frequent Cod.
Yuleo I !Q"r'I stint! Intelligencer. recomuuuds: the InN'stiiininy wfi-jrcuf of
i The Washington corri'spondent of the Daston upm the btump ot "freedom organis thitJuruni
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I Senator Mason of Virginia :ft0Daxis of Mist letter cried! a snm mator. ation of two additional legim.'iit!; of Flor.-*!; uiisjnquis.lu b-'Hi coIorudHDi9n; aod ftccciums >
winds
Ms. ippi. Docs llic Sentinel read no v.aniin Atlas up the a South full of sneers and ;" : jl .t .s.i.j..imfecrM: Mand Dragoons or Mu-mtuil Uianun.. ;iud an [ijcrenseof oi.t.ie. tate of, tJalilo jjinnd noivmii*
tho
threats! against by J you
following ot tho
.ig- f I UziiutJ.
Infiutry. Us d 1
% I pr'tilar opinion; in the fact of the rew nilicant comment recent events : I l.n.a pair (it .bu !is lhat: havenexer been paiiI :onu'this'i inr.nsiM; tntpf tntiet. hairy 1ug9uIto
set han-ls.
.2. : ii ... "$ "' iuidi,1.eii.zibIe fur tt': 'iproie.tiMnfthefr jUierc.. our th-j! Jay aij'I vfnr;u tit'siuSI."

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e l\t in Hlc'ilfa'U) >f )Ixalnfuaiuo, I aUI1). .Tax: Cij.lcctbr'gStale.
Dec. 12 (01.!
..ft P. Buenavibta Flu.
inH b Iv'Dancy, RAN AWAY from ita Plantation TilE .
.liits jwidJen death of eight or nine ot i iiifO AND ,
SJ .iut who loak tea nt tho Exchange of that ;I| 13 'Mr: Hughes; Pla. : of the fubKrriber the Boy EDWARD, FARIttUtl'S GUID ., By virtue (,f the P wet "*led lame LJ law I I
about 5 foci inclif& hiiti.5 aged about ha\e I levied
lit | : -d (mily ut. Hollanders arrived in town. I 18, J.V.. Starke Tampa Fla. LEONARD SC01T & Co. upon and will spose for role at ,
ift '2..14e Ifiyear i ; *. The above r'i rd, will be Me Umue ol Major. \V. F. UulL nearFort Pierce ''

\HtntterofcfiuMo. excitement ran high; 18 Dr., J. C. Calkuun.jPcndlclon S. Ca.i1il'fluilH paid to any pcr."nu retnrnii.rf him to thel'1atiaik.u XO 5 1 GCLD tT., KE\V YO :K. on the Indian River (there Irinz m Courthouse it>

tile authorities, of the town mustered t getheri __ -_ -.- where I )li"it. Continue Brtisji the LOUIIIJ') ,in :t.I.uciecounty. Florida, l\ r
I. : i rfi'curjn' him cnn &" to ,publish the four leading on oD-
1ftICt i, /tb atld $$M ot: J lumbiirt-ntid' etvcted a tuistfc : ;Florida JlolIm.J r. A. H. CUI. :. Quarterly lc'itullrl BhiekwotxlV5ajruzinu Jay te: SUi], Jay of I-Vbruary. A.D. I t 1..between t,

sfrlh 'ft scettulcd fpht' in the 1'orost into I. Greensboro Ga. thu.ual |"Hur ofsolt-. tie following|| Jwrited _
./ ChiarksMagsll, aywooil P1Dntn lIn, Putnam County.Nov. in addition to which they have iwvi..lv rom- iraenol > :
husttcd thfr 'Hollander* with I land/, or so much
I which they ; asi. J. R. $Ninth & Lady 2 Children & &rlIt.. 30.F. nionci'd: the publication of a valuably .\ .cul- thereof: as will pay the State 'S
r ,'iMla.clny ns possible, ut\vithitaiidiu/, the I j-.f4ID..a S iuraJu.| ,ik caled'theIOnar nut county rll3l'S. ns.\C.'s&eJ thereon lbr the 'yeu
Uisfi..tSmith1 114j: anti
8.50. .
3I stations (if une thein\Yhu appcan-d' to S S
_
..
'P OT. Iff. D. & IX:D. .S. ..\ [.m)()
.*1kt leader ho asserted that lib hu4 nmncyh Mr. Wilkinson WKC3ZS, : GUIDE TO SCIENTIFIC AND aeresjtuaton tie: North pide of the River i
'
J", ,. 4Ji 10 siity in any plae They werukcp'tfor Mibs Wilkinson, OFEERS his service SUKUEKY, und! PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE}" St.; dl:1.Hitn.whicb river empties into Indian Rireria ; ,
r SURGERY to the rtwa free of the county d fc't. !.ucie.
, about thrc-e \\ciks and on being.rdeased I'. J, Smith, & Lndy. i Bv: IksRSTEFIIESS; F. R. s., of Edinburgh, .>oo sen- are pnrt 01 ih .' Fleming Florida wInch of laid j
., from their tern orary prison one Charge. author ot the C'ROIk grant 20.000
the !
of tann &cJ.
as-
tf-c.
t' S. R. Jackson, providence R. I. tiiOffice at fl. W. BBITT'S Pusidcnce. acn-b.anJ are bounded' on the North by t
_:Mifthem commenced J.the operation of nurclias- isll'd l.y JOHN P. NORTON, M. A., New Haven, lanJs vacant
the
on East ,
Indian
,
D. g., i Howle!)', N. Y. i "jOlilTUIKY St. Augustine, Nov. 2, 1850. by River on:the South by
Ilo'began Ex-Govurnor _ Scientific
-iBg''ro|'criy. upon _- Agriculture in Yale College- &c., :t. bebastian Kiver.and OH the \\" '$& Ly thelnnd t,
-
and bonght 'him out (for 1,2'ooo. SCHOOL; FOR. GMlSd. : \ I latc.
. "'i-Tlansom, [j : oldie IrJeiuui!; grant assessed acainst J7nior Jolm. ,.
J Ife then bonght out the Judge of the C urs. Died atfFort! Capron Iifdian,, Ktvrr u on the S. t:. LEB. will open her Schoulonlon.1 This highly valuable work will comprisetwo Beard and Col. John M. Fontano. --.-- -n.

. ,r 'flftfckwh (;. \Velt at $!,. Henry Ed- GIlt, fUsS at four .O'clock aOe.r! a severe illness next the Hhh illst. in the House Picolata formerly large royal oca'o'alumcs, containing Unless the Taxes ,thereon and the costs are paid
Souihwick
) ,CII"'td.:1! < subsequently! bought out, and atM5tncritJn' occupied by. Captain on : meet before the day uf:lle. -nt
11 Mu. ,WAKGAUET. SCOBIE, aged 39 'fcnrs. () )ipos-lte the dwelling of Mr. Doctor Anderson over 1400 jinxes, with IS or :0 splendid, steel V '
1.1 *>i t : ; his l lordship of the pest house r-"--. -- S The number of PupiU will be limited and none* received cn!r.tvings, and more than COO engraving onwood C." L. IRA YTON,.Sherifl'
*' ''*** n '-'rTifn. Uumphrcv, lion. Charles: E, SHIPNEWS.. ::1' &r l.<*i than one quarter. Tuition 8, Canu* in the highest s>tIc of the art illustrating No\ Collector Couuty oISt.V Lucic.1C .

40; JJniart Icn. Moffut Col. Van DoVJiUkyr, and 8. almost every implement hu.Lajidry now in -
quarter.
various others (.f 1 the prominent diguitrd (,f fihatrtiP I' Port of SI.; Auguftiuc.ARklVED No per charge for contingent expenses, b'iit pupils are use the best tanners the best methods ofplough- Tax: Collector's SBY nlc. .

':"'" To Wind' ,tip with, be informed j 'quet>tcd to furnblr their desk nnd chairs. injr.planting; haying, harvesting, &c., &c..the virtue of the power vested in nw by law

'i ic'nrem'n! that tIc! e Wete a few more cum- Dec. 18.-Schr.,Wreath, 8 dabs from New O" liefercnc may be made to '1na. Doctor An \'ariouslulUcsti.c :,' Innis in their higher! p r- i I: sh.JIr.osc fur sale/ before the Court

1ghnttIy vlioouMlulvc' ?tie balance of,thc York, roaster. I.den-oll.' Doctor Pock nnd W. A. Forward fuction; in, hurt! tnu/erfurial feature of tlui book IIousu JlleSIonrilli* in the county of Orongtc.on the .

,,\' I.-DelrtAt FreeYm. c. __ ,--.-__ .- .'. -1 _u_ :r. An u.*ail1t.. Nov, ICth. 18.:0. is unique, and will! render it of incalculable fir.-tMonJny February next the following descrivd V

: SCHOONER WREATH, 8 dnVs from New" value to the btudcn ot ugricult:ore. prvprryorsoiauchi tJu-reof ns will pay the state and

,: cU \VoMC .--Ho late Mr. Colemnn York, to U. E. Carr: 479 Barrels, 8 Hliilo. T\W: m DN m The work is beingpublUhcJ in tni'mr.nlh- comity tax due tlieretvj! for the year I t50, ood the i ecesviry -

'I 1W ilWtinKiiished writer, upon agriculture 5 Crates 50 sacks Coffee, '60 Hales hay, 15 }'ACTOR. ly Numbers 61 pa:e.s each cxclu.\'u of ho expenses ineidf.it thereto,to wit J2SO )
II possessed a taste f.ir female: beauty; as well Bugs Outs 2G5 BO.XCJ and Steel engravings,'and is sold at 25 Cents eachor acre* IIilL-bor-joeli River belonging or tup-
sundry puekages
1 CHARLESTON S. C.LLailLuYc posed tu belong to Jane Murray, about 8 miles from.
us turnip;, anti could di-e urse as fluently to lIrrJf r. ;i ) $t fur the entire work in numbers, of which New
iiyrua.
4 ciblagcs. Ho et identlycuHsidirnul t there will be at h--t.s: I .
wonuirt as twentytwo.I
uiKiti upon .
J iR J-J1'1 w JOHN SIMP:
---- ---- -- OXtheriffanJ
the Dulch'unxn' 'lnu putr.kin'and' g The British Periodicals: 7ic-publishcd! arc as Nor., IH. V Tax V
collectoro
in his 'I:uI'CIJlcm l.ilc mId Manner*,' ho I RaacothuTlseruanneter.FP.OM ENGLISH AND AMERICAN follows, viz.: ; c.

the following! description of them which p The London Rerkw Lnc:" CuulItj'. vax Collector
pves 15x11. DEC. -1850. ID:'ltJ\tl &Y.71 .:BUt)1JS Quarterly (Conservative.) ?' a.c. V ,
would make our teeth water, did we not moot The Edinburgh 7Jrto (Whig. V
[Kept at the Magnify lltntse, .A1/ Aitgustlac.] Wllur.Fr .uE AND KLTA1L DEALER W ) .irtut" of the power vested in me by law I
daily, in Nassau struct bevies uf fair damsels . .'. .. --. .. .. --.. .'- I 1I ; The Aw/A Lrituk Itfi'wcFree-Church.) By have.|ctied upon and will for sale
ENGLISH FRENCH AMERICAN AND expose at
whtst cUrm Qclipsu those of uny natioa : :il t. Tlie, Westminster Iteiisif (Li liem I.) home tf \\'. 1-'.
4 1 DATE. 17 JL, M./2/ r. 1147 r. M.j J WISDS. I GER ANDRrfGS.JIEDICL.WS. the Major Riueell! near Fort Piercuon
tlJI" t } I' AND the luJian River, (ilif-re being no Court house .

.._ 't; 'i1jql I | somdof them the (fairest and handiVruaturc's 51 60' 60 ciuud '. Ii. : JEJll .4l.S. BLACKWOOD'S, EUIXnURGUI.G..\- In the county) in the county of St. Lueie. Florida '

_!t I ever (looked upon, and ) N. 'U.\JER.r.4e. ZINE- (Tory.) on Monday the ))9ih day of May, 1820! between the V
the finest unmixed borcelain clay. ,,6 5- 80 '1u 'C ear. So' \\ V u.-ual hours of .Ie, !
nutdcof l' S SAVANNAH GA. Although! these works are distinguished: by s IK-following described tracts or
Before I Ji'ft) l England, tl\y ght.th English'womenihy 17 60 fsO 68 parcels ..f land or so much thereof as will pay the
18 66' 10 i QI 'c E. Particular'ettantion paid to replenishing English and the political shades above in.Heated'ct but
.
/ finest I hud; over seen; I no\t ci nwdtT.tbcin ear ; a 6'iute and county Taxes osel'led thereon for hit
a* belonging !o. the colored races. i 19 ; 8 10 62'- c ear,. S. E.. S America r.Stiip 1/edicine, Chests, according to small portion) of their contents is devoted to years hH1. Id.I:*. 1S43 and 1H50. ,
S the Lawn ofj England. political subjects. It is their literary character I4t<1J ,
TJm.tutcb women inueli exceed thciri. Take ,. acres bt'ingo much of the grant of 12.000 ,
theluirrkt ,ruro thut ,was evrr plucked with ." ] AGENT for Messrs. Louden & Co..PhiIadlpia ; which gives them their chtefviluc, and in acres made by the panis'i' Government to Esucbio' 1

glittering ddw drojn hanging e\cr lIt S :' ( Dr. Jacob Townsend, New York ; Al SBsrs. liaxifandRialey .that they stand confessedly far above ail oth Maria' Gouu-z on the 15th July 1818, and situated J

they lake thd fairest tiwich, that ever hung : IF 4 Co., Augusta ; Tibbitt, PrcnidencayBecuro journals of their'class. ttlacltctmd still under in said couujt of St. Lode on the shore, of Jupiter
pctyta
S NYb6 1 the masterly guidance of Christopher North, Island nr.ilSsnta Lucia River, being so much of tbd \
upon the tree, with tlschnrmiiii! blending tints' A.tLfI _ maintains i ils ancient North of said grant and assessed
William
i is part against
celebrity, ana ut this .
nf:rcd and while, and they are eclipsed by I .' Dears Uc tr I i lime unusually attractive: from the Aerial works A IVtfwnrd supposed to belong in part to J

the transparency 'and l 'Rtny of complexion, : ,'lit RIIl'hnsl. all the Bears Oil and Crease of OuLwer ami other Jill tlot&ibJcHiUc Michael Lazarus, a non resident in part lo estate cfClinpiur.ii

.tIle Iain-si of the, Dutch %women as I saw SCHOONER Wreath, now discharging, I.ofll-r tp I that thp citizens ot. Florida will shjp to IDC in Sa- 'for that magazine and r.ir/first in its 1 Levy, in'part. to Dioncsia Segue wife of 1 1or

them ut HriHK-k nnd Sllnrd m. If their minds private fanuliega choice nud nylleclcctrit vannaK.th* Oil at One Dollar! per gallon th, Grease columns both in Great lirituin appearing Bernardo.seaue find to William: A. Forward.

are as fair, nnd'; I heir manners as winning, us .' stock J( Crocerica rrov tBoos.:: Crocltnry, mu4 he'put up in good Stone Jars for which I will State. Such works and ut the United Al.-o. .'U' 'ehinl'Ol1J, Island:' Mtuated in said
understand the fcl.e f.G.\chJ'. &c. tieur'in 'More3D -. i liifty 'l'1 articles be us "The Caxtons" manu of Llldt'.b
ihcirfncpx.lhcn I cnn ens.lv i pay crnu per pound : mpst New'Novel" county M. unJeJ on the North by Indian ,1
ItlMory Adam's fall It was impossible, poor bIds Lard, !5Iu'g. Jo, $o bills assortfd fiugar3UbaK pure or I will most positively reject them. I UM KMy "; (both by. Bulwee.)' My IVninsular River Ii,let, on the Sooth by :t.' Lucie Inlet or-

ftlouhat| he should resist. i Coffer, 50 boles Soap 3 casks Shoylder, larcrc quantises of both the -aniclps and consider my MedaU" rhe Green Hand,! nnd olhyrsurials Gilbert's bu. on the East by the Atlantic Oct'''' i

2 (10 111w4s. 3U tibiA Pork,40 firkins Butter' 75bg wlf uodjJdge of it Send may- quantity from $, cf which luunenuis rival edition are nnd the! We:t by InJLin,River, nssesaed against T.

THE XOIITHEKV AGITATORS( AGAIN Shot SIVkrpa na.1l1. 40 bbl Q rud Crackcpj 1.7pthbls < gallon to let gallon at a time or more if I'o ible. .b.sucd by the leading publUhers In,this county D. V'anhorn.n non rcbident. j"

\YOflK. Cannl .Flour 3 barrels neon& O'cze! Cnn- \ W. HU-MFIIREYS. iuixe to be reprinted( by those, publishers iroiii Also-L)00! acres ,of bnd situated on the banks V
AT
., dle4bbUt5vnnOi!, 40 0011' Rnisin, 10 !'che& u Wholesale! Druggist, S&uann&h. Ga. the pages JJIackwoud, mfiertt has ben issued of the River fbasUan.w&ich river empties into '

Them IH t'. I" n State cnvintion nt the eityorti'fncu" 1.1'1'0. 13 dozi7U
', N. V. on the 7ih, 8th and 9th of '5 tacks t
January iK-'M 10 con. i>ler the Fugitive 'Slave I >jnc. 15 boxes aortnl, (|nnJlei', 5 cask 11\ \VUltl ( E ADREL on having the earlieil reading of"iJies6 fascina- by tlie'SpnniIi Government to George Fleming*

Kill cenlly'enaciui by Cnisgreas. The agitaiorKwunlr.it ,I: Ale, du .I'urier :4 bost- S.nrcji, 5 bbL ::::1'nr.iI KM'Kit A,M) 'TAILOR. ting tales. nnd i is houiiilt-il follows : (*ninnienein<; at a Ca',-

many delegates s"fll tothe pru- I bnrreU Ookutu. 3 bnrrt-U Mnckvre|. 1 caw Ccxin.-ih, V TEU'.!. hinge Patin south of the mouth of the St. Sebastian .
I
|",sed Convention as I thrru arc niMnbe.r sent to ',,27 .Ious U'rringc, 2 ,hliJ< Irnf. Tobarco 5 eroons CORNER Ofi-MIARUlTTE ST. XM) TREASURY LANE.'OUJ.DlUSPECTFUL.Y River/and running, thrnce! South 45 degrees wept

the A uhlr.l TJic Nrw York, T ilmne says.] Cub uo Scttkfg CJicci',2.i; Uxe ''do J-btirrvls Mo- ct ; inform For one of the four Reviews per nnn., 417 din ins,to a pine ; thence north 45 degrees wet>t4SO

ihat'slitular'Co'ivi'ntiuns arc in beheld in otlujer ;, 10.$... lihd :01, rup. | hnrrel dr 5 half bar- the Citizens of St Augustine t-'urnu't\\tJ.any tin 1,00 chain-i, to a stake ; thence north, 45 degrees

*MUK, with a ,' cw ol having before thu close I reId I'ulton AVirkel' llccl(. "jlJt'ef.| find the adjoining Comities,. i iAnt helinsconj'tnntly For' three do 5UO et-t 517 I chain, to a cabbage palnion 'tlw west bank

; id: January, a invention of the .'reu' Stales >'c'Jl j .., C"RR. on hnn l, n wejlwlcc For nlffour any ; 7uo : of Inlian Ki/erabove the mouth, of the St. Sebas- .
of the
S ted stock of tW I best Frelirh Reviews' .
English 8,00 han, to the place ofwinnillg-being all of the Mid
1IJ.flutbt the rnl'.I"urc.ClI rr&>*! > ,V '"J. I For Blackwood's I
Ft'c',11 G:,rfLcil.'ccd*. and Gertnnn Drond Cloths. Ca't'si.Ul'rt' Mngnzinc, 3,00 grant' (excepting therefrom 500( at-ri-s now !'owned

: JL ER I SV 11 It. .WHKATII.. %n 4np. orinient' and //Vectinir*, which he will For Hlackwuod and thiee Hi-views. 9,00 i by Mrixrs. Heard and Fontane which said 500acres f
1 '. Kvinme.Vv' find! iho following I )1V 'jo t jl kitclifu, :nruetu Sivil* ;\IJu. 50 barrels; )'0- make to ora'r in th. mo.t Fa- iion- For IHackwood and the ftuir I Ueiews. 10,00 are situaud t at the motttli! of the snid River Jfl. Se i

c'w''lwr- tntoi-H, 30 d.! ). AI'II| >, CraZlLuI"1l't, Oaion-i, dried nble ninnntT, nnd upon nceomnioi }.Farmer's. Guide (complete in 2J N'os) 5,00 linitinii.onthi! nonh fide thereof)-which ,faid 18- 1 ,
.-i\a| il nljthl. A thick% murky g.oom) plKcurid ,.. rruitl1 how lntlisig I ,llIlin tenna : Als'o, that ha\msj opened a direct 5'IU!) aeresare assessed by the name of the "FK-ming
tlm( tim.44J11. :Tlio n i illd in: (thrul! gusts how Ife :11' a ; n. S E., CUI.JtsccruCLrcuU communication with, the. First Houws in the! t-ame (Payments be made in all cases in AJettace.) I ICLUlmJ Grant" owners unknown, but nret-upposcd to belong S

l lid desolately lbruIt4.lI the Joi'v-iU loiilolf&i t --. -r--' .-.5 .' ..,,_' .,- i line in New York, he will hnve I" ('nrli,'-r reports of (;. toeitlier the.jstaO* 4)111:!.- late-: Ifli. Miares! Downing,

,,1h.cJacl4-m; : 's' lining night l fur! deeds ol'hortor. ( I !lttrlun, C fUU)'. FasihionJ from that City and from Europe. A di! >count of tu-euty-Jite per cent, from the or to the! I.i.e Insurance and Trust Company. I

Awfully' KoinuJfd thu village: chick-it <1.Ilc,4 A : RinKS, N. U.: Curtin ,nnJ repairing done on the shortest alu\"!.prics: will be allowed to Clubs ordfrfnu Also,-1(1,000) acres granted to Sarinul M lls.on

lulled the hour ol I. At this, witching: hour ufl 1(I \ .. I Chonr.'r'i'S. noiire.Nor.. four or more copies of any one or muro of I he: I the 19ih day of July 1613 situate at the mouth of '
Di for .rlvurc..
night n wild', murderous-looking wreteh stole Cuur.I.S 'Ir.S"; c 9, 18.10. above works. 'l'hu.oI copies lilackwoi, d or. the Itiver Sann Lucia in the county of St. Luck,
f
I'orih from the w ,uJI'I. lli< In-ard was long :, IIlll11'urpg: 10 till' 6U'hlfactiun f' ,h\ ICu rr. that (it.Q1)iICViUW) wij 1 bo sent to one address for 'Florida bounded on the North Hast: by Indian River -

nnd rnntth, his hair uncombid nut! matted.Savagely It: : tht' Ui.uudnni Cluull'l River it pun ,r"iJ'nt II 94,4 copies, of the four il-1 views nnd. DlackWjo'ul I on the Fast: south and west by public lands assessed -
14 the 4iatc' If Florida a oJ dIn hI. 'IIDC..J tJf bj/Jie name of tin "Miles (7ranl" ftipposedto
glrnni*',! his blooil>hot eye us he ret.uiakuuwn for $3.; t.soun. '
tho 4 wheru his |: idence .. to tbe (II1 .lnillfwt. ''I ituulered (,r. Orders troll Clubs belong la part to H.I R. K\\ Sewall, in pnrt John
cautionsly approached( sp un- ), must be sent I direct lu G. }'pIla.iutniid. in the
"ill D..fel1l1nnt dt pnrt to estate of the late ,
; lu4 tJIQ Illtlhl, nnpwer or \
'eonsciouv' vicritii sltiirvbtreil m peaceful itu* //ig publiiJiersus. no.discount ffotn
these. and'in
,1'lIIlIr, to thill hit on ur ''Idure he tir.tI911Jay in prices I Jcneph S.) Smith; parJ !" IMom-sia; Segui wile. ;
nocenoe. Thu iiinrdenir Himled ns he l likened.Id \llIilliel. U'l i1iti. thill cause L heart at Marion _-1___ :_. ca, be a 11 o we.I to.Agents. f I of Bernnnto t.iii.UIles4 .
_
'
its brt nthillt. He ralsi'd, the nXt'; \ irb one. (:. ju m..rJu tht1l : Mf>ncy, cUrrt'nL. the .StuJcs whew :issued, I: T.i\e* thereon.snd the costs are paid
dtweemlfd ijitu the urlI4ou.eupusu dyu.nt1 : SUBSCRIBER tiivea notice the Public will. lie received S
blow it deeply Mullilena : of Ihc' furtJu-r .urdcrd mull to atpir.IJrRcrnittancc before the day ofwili. V V
it i i" dint of
n c rti6..dI'Y
Nlet'sx'r forth tipotitcd$ the blood-ihuhuir was I lhi order 1 t. |iubinluj! in onie IICwflpapt'r pjMUlifd''I J thnt h. has supplied hiniielf with comfortable and commuiiicalio'n.H; should f.' LJ5RA "1"I'"f: nnl" ('X.III iT' I ..I

1V hronlh", 'freer J*" 'J In thotate of Florida; fur the rpafce of tirreinonth| ; CARRIAGES good HORSES and careful Driver, he a I ways address post-paid or franked to the Tax Collector county of St. Lucie. I
and running n line in connection with the Savannah (Publisher Novi( V .
tie nuttl 'irl't .Monday ,
nuU-rior
lo h.pril
next. '- -
}'bhtnTl"u' Mol? im ,j'Il'mr11JOrl.man by 'r JO I"rs DOUULAH( _udgo, nt Stenmerii Quced price between"Live St.and Aniline let live"and is his Pieolnta,, LEONARD SOJT( ; & CO., Ta.v Collector9* bale. _
n movo
11" "sunie Cutler, u nalivo nl tho Drilinh pro Dec. 3d.! J ltitt) Ea..tern Circuit (1'jorida. under tiuli! he respectfully *oicit! patronage. 70 Ft'TTO.XiTKECT, New York B V virtue of the power vested in me by law, I f-

vlucun, published, n short uiliclu in .the New: S NATHANIEL HENRY AgentNov. .- : _ _ _ J'ntJ1I11ce,5.1 Goltjt. Mialll! expoif for -nIe before the Court House at S
burJ'IOI'; Heiald clinrgmg that) n number oil SIATBJOF FLOHIDA, ) 9 18iO. :.llu tvrf> Sale Viitliublo 'IliJal" Mfilonville in the roulI'Y.of 0.1I11:1'. ; on the first Mon V
S Marion .' _ \_ _._ ,* '
1lcrlll'n 'from thutult't I'C nceiKtomed InKike l f.'mintv. ( : u (III V III KrbruarV IK-Xt. the fi llIuwill'r Ilt'.ril.,1! nronnriu V

i '; nut; t I heir llic cod) Jlxliery> in order J ltosaT' .jIIa.LOCg) CI'irk (I'cir i't -Court t.n. EiOlerii Judicial circuit of the vir'uo of n decretal 4 jUl!urdorof. limo district; 'so 'much l;thereof; 'will iy-\ th;<:';;tate- and' county' 'tax Ii

'lir thy County nnd Hmif n'lori-Hiid do, 8Into oft 1'lorda, Circuit Court BY iluitliereon for the 1 lt.iU, and the
In$4 euro V iml'lt.r.: .ntul tliou to.prosci.utoIfcniiu ; 111'11 hereby S Q* of the Unitrd.Stutesfor tilt Northern year necessary vxpi'MMs J
rilfy tlnil tli" (fun'troing U a li-uc CUl'Y km fiomllif At. J oil un County. incident iheteio: hiSn:1'III.rltt.
in
I' Io ni |'kry.( I Mr. c'ulJur) Will.1Ittlckl'd r uf IN ,CHANCERY.Heiter District of Florida made on tli-j I Ittli day of I .!.
Mild
1111111111'-i Court.Wiuiw' { i2iii;: to or iiupposed to belong to :
$ % tilt \VVdiieittlii), uliilont 1J1CJI'IU'r i||<|' .lutu 1849 the-underxignod n Master/ in Clinn '
lily hllnd: mill lWWM (rMJJ Jane Leoiiardy, "
liible', drn fcd out nnd carried tu Nevvbury in court. Strong compluliiant 1 S of said Court wi| ')1I for sale .
:( ROUKRT nUIiLOQK aery r lit public AI,.'"'.- 10'acri'ii HtnyrriB ol.t wharf. .
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n LSI it, with hli I neck I in n )'I4lt-', utltl. L"/I'u/lilil' Clfik Circuit Cuuri Morion County. Vuwiel Agn1nf.Defendant [ Dill "for Divorce. 'auction' before the emir House, in tho Town JOHN dI.Mi'dONilierin"ond t'
A. ,
iho ''it''* lu I! wine then% brought. Iwuk to hUfooni !PI A 91 I. I 1WO. f fAt Mronii ) of Jacksonville In thu county of Duvul; on Tax collector' o. C'.

''''' 'tl'lv Jiijuivtl A UlI'(''lug ufuiiiKi'iuwtiHhcldtu wr w't _" V_VVV V IT Dimming on (lit' rending nnd filing the( Dill nf >Tu
: I hi; Jill thu nuUIUI' of thuoulrngutopuiiUhincut. : llniiiicii Mirmilliioiif nry* lo 1111 Coinplnlnniit lliat ih* no id rinmurl A. Hiri'ii(? ing mil estate Ucorgo Kmjjuley, uWiucd, 7_____ 'a'a1r fJlIl'rltJ'N Male. t
OI'IIIIII"n, :tinned "All J Orill Ud"lIdqnllIlivlllir, rL'"IJI.trl"'lIlId I In- limit (.f ia.| 'tu wit : .
IU.II'.ilialla" IP Iho I'olico of MiitiMift'lorldn.vixi J InMoliilc, In ilic intcif it a. I DUAYTON J ISLAND 'R> V viriii$'' i>f llif powrr ve'i.-diu me by law I S
bi IIUI,OF New I Oilcnim) In t this' situ Ii' oI'Loulnnnn.,) llJ .h.II1"I'| "*' f"t Hili 'IN f'rr the Cumin HOUM at
1ITnA lG .CMI1I\"I; orM 'IIIU).. II' l'II) of M. ,AlitftiMliif.$ I Hllurttcd) on JIIku' ((eurg', cuiiimiu: lug ,
it That icr."n It i llierrforv,', mi liiulhnnf 1':11(111I: j 11, {Ji.ul.l! |tsui.: ; (\'un.1 I ,'''lIlIuvlli'ln, tlii'cuiiiily tJ(Urnllll) '.tlU thu f1rll' ?Mon .
At 1Jllltltnun t'flrll'IIHtu1', lJtlwn( I n lie iirdiiiibil, no : or pprnoniwlintcvcr. Nullcltor for ihernldCoinjil.ilnniit, ordered | (con hun!rC11 ((170 I ( ) ncruiMiiuriiiir l lm- : 11(1) of l-Vliiu'iiy, next iho lollownnf ili',crib.J proper

Mrnngu wuttder M-eii' nlmut Iiiur ucluck 'in I Ihuttllutnoon. venjllng,,, inoils( wArL' or. ut) lrwJ"uf licnllo.iliem.idi'In, jomi' new-jinju-rn printed tliuiiiulf In tl.r bk for ItxslMi' ,.tlun, thc quality! 01 ii> soil nudil r.Jr I)',"rn'i iiiii',, t IWfl'lIl! I' its will pny Ih,. ctalb nnd' county ,',' S

It mmti' lnz d l. rk, t'1'ch u.s ln'4o .iblu: rvtnillntf
number ortungullx, "ruU'iiNpnd emws nhM-m- ilic city, !olml| au ii nay iirefciu'O. 'I'1Q) Or IKT fn-nt thIs date, r 'ulrlnsr the mid 'iulI.llt, FOUKESTr.RS; : 1'OIN'J'.. "',). IM."I, Im-ldviit tl.vr uI io, to wit : '

i bled I' together ct'naUing l ntal picking I ovuf nnrIliads mit.nny nrcro.qr oih'rtvv\ l It{._ell[ niiy mdi ll ojworr Htrtl"g tt 1,11'1111. nn wcr, or demur jo the nIJ Z'illur Hituntcdoii the tit Johns III VCI',II LouUht'n! ,1000 ncn-c, I Lend I u( "lmli.ni, Hlvtr, longing or
ilu-r nnlclfi iinlt'M
\ .tmH ilt' n l.itcIIH! 1U1I'lIIf'tlhnl I or( jinldf or I IHiiwnr) |>. that the Mine will taken \ro eonfmto. miles below Uulatka, containing: about hihiiii. /HtitMiou-d to 1'lun.1 10 DUIUTII! L. Clinch.
III t-o lawful
thrrutu'r MHin> white ,jifrcon jaf ngc'> In tIt: $ilInf'II I.J TIIOH. |)OU;I .\ dred o'OO U-. JOHN, thMl'N i .lwrllTaud
they nl'tuui..llC'lI nl|I the in i.bitanlx., und thuscontinued .rlllll"1| .ft'uu1 lnwiier, | I IM fwwnji, \, antE); rrrry pet mlnri'ia {Certified] to ,be a true copy, Judge, &c. ( ) tJcrCII, moro: or VISTA.w.IJUKNA Tax: eoll'-cior, o. c.
till fix: nt night being un hour, I 11i< the .
I iidia4KliiilMoTtili nilpiy'| HUPI of Fivv Ncv.g., :
Witu' hand and the rl' of the
M my raid Situated near l"lHrcliter'H Point
'I Court, contairiliiK
especially lhls limo f.fihtt. yi-nr timid fowl dollars* for tfnchind: eveiy u/Tetico.with eo4f'i'auit'. _
4th November S
hoard abrnd. 'iho the day IBM.V. QUO thousand (1000) ncre9 more or less with TuxCoitiiClor'MMuiu.' )
lire eddom (JIll or ( Nay.;: IWd Council I! D'ceinbrr, I860 f ,
n: DUMAS, it virtue, of li' powvr vfnir' Mn me by law, I
f musket.* nnd! nf di cw : S B. IK lUULD Mpynr an orange grove upon nn.t.SANJOsJi BY j
hooting t> $many ,
Clrrk C C. Ot. Jonht for Hntc
; of County, V ( ) 111.\ 'r.\'rlS. c.xpcsc .in-fore the Court llouiu .
could Atteit Cfu lIuou, Clrik ofibe Council.
piece from the easily riot nlFrighl or ____ S
Mellonvillc.! lie
in
cjumiy of Orange, on the I r tf.Juy
5- in Duval
cure them way; nay, wo in' my consciencercrt I- S ''u.1, Collector' Sale. Situated County on the Ilivr.r! St. \ of Ft-bruary u< xt, the folk wing described Ipii'perty P J '

> more afraid ut ihciA. tlian they nf u*. ix week nfu-r date loUcL.4 I ..hall thri! Judge, of i virtue of I he power vestediln, me by InwI Johns, six miles from Jacsunvillu! containing or fin nuwli thereof will |.ny the Mate and
apply to By hundred
Whatit tdtoulit u'l cannot' dmnK but the > before the Court three (300) acres mure or, Ie. of ,
na 1'roliau-s; the ,Couuiy of At. Johaa for Loiter expose for tale house ciiuiity tux due 11"r"flli for ili, year IMOf and the
foj
oldest man in DnliiQ never saw thilike. AdnutiibUatiiua on the rttai ufScbtfUijin Kcpc-s: in Mellonvillc on the 10th, day of February next the which nbout. one hundred and hcvcnty-ttve) I luT'--ory ,'xj.en" IIltI"itr..rtt.lIlt're-.lu, wit : S

But by this tvofcarc gtwil cnusw W coiy cture A/AU&iCE ANhIE.uv. following described property or *o murh thereof as acres are upon cultivation. On the iIac"s isa 50O actl''. Hulls tract belonging to or IUI'P0SCOJ-
53
that led, by those npparitinns, 'foretells his ',;AOSA.) 16 16iQ. [ will pay the state and county tax due iherecn.forthe dwelling housi' willi. I1CCeb .lr.r out buildings, to belong to U. Center and Prynnt.

judgments in signsanj wnnderx which, withOut -. _- _I dear, 18.50, and the necessary expenses Incider4 &e., &c. Thu above places offer great iuduceincuts JOHN Sl.MFSON heriflrand 6 ;
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thereto Tax
s|>cedy,.repoutnnce, we-have cause to fear ; I to purchasers liealihy.and! pleas'antly collector, o. c. l
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will I4ncGt7LAfl t ;:1' JVollroj 50O acres third rate )land Mtuated on the. St. situated immediately 0:) 'the .River St. N'ov.2.CabbteN. S
, suddenly cunv upon us. g Jix weeks after; dale:I ishall ipply to'th Judgr of Sebastian river, near its mouth being part of the Johns, with fertile lands U'aritig many of i hetropical '
I'rolaK fof the County of t>t. Johns fpr Letters Potatoes Apples Ouloni.'
Fleming euprosed to
belonging or belong fruits ot"them
grant to. some
: 1)HE oMtJoc.-O:1: Tuesday evening of \1Lrnin "itratitin -de bonis nOn on the.. estate of John Beard and John Fontane. already in a P erschooner Gipsey, now land, choice articles

last. (says the Atlanta Republican, ) "ju tnficrdark.ti Fernando M. AJWdoiiJjo"jur., I JOHN SI.WSON Sheriff and growing state.S Vegetables! ossoru-d IVnrs, Apples. Potatoes, V
TERMJ!
singular phenomenon was seen, : PEDllO Z7ENET.N Nov. 30 Tax Collector o. j CnMa t':.Iring and bunch Onions flay, Oats Corn SHean'
I c. One third cash-balance j in one, two, 'anil Rice,for tale! at Wholesale! retal
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.inAbe: Heavens from this place. The atmos- >v IfilR50i "J..L. _._
Tux Collectors Sale. three with .
years interest to be secured bv Oct. U.I-.V' ) K. i:. CARR. t '
phcrc was tonsudomljr cloudedonly a few ;; Notice.' ; t \ virtue vested in purchase and .
of the power me by bond of the mortgage on the 1
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stars being visible. IttlraC'Nntlhcastern.:. irtof FBI WO Months from this daie I shall, rrdCRt my I BY law r shall for sale bcTure the premises.. .fJaUlttr y Slacking.tTT :

the horizon light L' reak was to bti seen, JJ_ annual account* as lfcee .ff'r of the estate of Com House door in cxposu MetloDv Ul'[ on the 10th day of GEORGE R. FAIKDANKS J received a few dozen Renders Leather im- 1 :
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in appearance about six feet long. It assu- Joseph Hunter decM'to.th HoPi[ J_ugc of Probate of February next, the following described property or M.ster in chancery.St. p-'mods tq water and gives the surface an Klegant '
tried the of descending County fcp .ell'.eivienL! .' polish without destroying i its soft supple and elas- l :
fiery .-Johns
S&
appearance strong rays FO much thereof as will pay the State and county Augustine, Nov. 30 1850 9t
: '. FAIRBANKS. tie qualities.
perpendicularly, becoming. le&i in- GBO. a tax due thereon for the year 1650,and the V '
neceseary
'tcnnaethevd"ecndeJ'until they faded, away S :' ReeeiieaIateJoLHunter, expenses incident thereiz: Old Virgiiiia Caller, Haim, LardT, ,.RcccoiamcndeJ for, Harases Carriages, &c. ,.

like the'tail' of rt' comet; It appeared only NOT. 16, 18$, S 1000 acres IUd rate land id Graham's swamp, lot Virginia, Hams, io Jo do ShouMep, At Retail. B,. L. CARR. .

about 20 or 30 'thlnutcs, when gradually White I ad. T rI|t"lUllt"'ar|! belonging or supposed 'to, belong Thomas Napier Choice Fulton, marktil, H.imJo Jo' Dri--J ,-. Grot'erks, 'toAio I; &c.ery ',
, LlitittUtMh. 1:. It. ( do Mess U.tf, Jo do flutter do tl,. Leaf I J
did(1p : %), Oakum, lMkIs Lime Gould \sjent. V Jo l..udp' A CUI .r.lt ( f laffl't'. $UJr. choie-p lIafIU I tift

. ----- \'Wick; Latlics, nnd atorted Lwiibcr, ,mr sar! JOHN SIMJ'fON. Sheriff and phs Cjbbagc.Onions! ,3"sortcJt (:CracLrs FloridaOrirg't' Rakrn. 1'urktk..r., I"h. -rao (:Clffi.t.. S i--

- Why -is a lale-bearer: like a bricklayer ? f. 3an'-6 S It. E. C.\ Uh n Nov. 30 Tax.Celr-t6r! o. u. Dried'ruIt: ?. Tcrfc'chr. Gipscy.K. Cl'J &.. i'% 55hr. C'ro 1:3 'JIut'guJ' fora1by
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t ) uHJariun, at Ocala. fourth Monday ;; : -. _._ r
Magnolia VIIIItble _
H.til. On St. George ircet. 1.IRlltaUov h' Land. -. .. .
: p. ; he 'Mqaarc and one door will of the \ &c. in End Florida. i Florida f aiid A:"IIeliE ) .. ,.c.--.', -
:: I' 'f.- I? 'hit; Church. : of Alachua anJ Let'y, at New- T lio undesigned, as Agent for the I rff II undersigned a.Agtut kit time reijtive| V ,1J1 !''f'.1tr. I! lt:1 jjb- '.

,, \1..FI"id l //rate. Oi Treasury Lane < Monday in May. nrjelors, otlera for sale the respective pro V, A V proprietors oflew for *:mk on exret-dingly rrnblelenns :( -
ort following lands to V 'r.VGVS'I'I
f the j ('Columbia, at Alligator, the ,the following lan j Publlo r4 quu.., on wit ; nUll Wt'li known nnd extremely valuable among are Willie
.t-':lJ' CII, Ifo'd. OaCharlotfe, nnd I Street of jlay.' I tation, culled the Bulow Plantation Plan.V (,(the most .valuable, (Jotton, Sugar and Tobacco I
Hay at the head of
., ;',1"1 .. 1. I 'doori couth Eut of the Publie Sounfr. )' of;osnu, at Nnjljlnn C:. II., on the Halifax River formerly occupied amid planted the lands in the Slate. fIN jfcA //'llIS 18TAnLiaintFilil \*, /

l, .' rjanfcrchl.. On Charlotte turret and 1' the fourth Monday in AlII'o lat John J. Uuowwith| a force of 3UQ ha'lad.. suitable by I THE ARREDONDO GRANT. .I;: ZimcrKunoTh r ulh Rnpl..Js'r

" 2 :: J. fir, .. $%OfltL .1 thr) l'ubJi" fityuare.r aor1f'Jrd of. of Duvol, at JackHomilU-. on the :I for both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously loi-u- AtACHUjf CoCJJTV. 1ICt1I0n w now rSl1 t lh1
f J'IIrl! JA ILiuM. Ajay I I ted on navigable wntew. It lies T9.a 18 rt FAMIIIP tw
I upon the coaai'about ; ll,14,15,22,23,24,26,27. } .
-. OOAUDJNU IJOUHES. ul Ht. John's, at :t. Auguttine,, forty mile* .oiiih.' of A\. AU IIttint, and contains obotft 'In 9, 19 ;j.'' 2. 3. tf.'JO. II. 12. IJ, 14. l-J. 'r RANSiaNTBOAlWis: n '- '
in MniiBMApurtinvtila.
sisidity June.
.;. ". .'. !:,id. 40UU V
I ()a Ulnrltfii* Street, neqI ( ncrc | -34,33; 30, 18.91.17,97,5, 'JIll
f. Ca tracks. > / I FAI.T. TERM. A! DUd
.' { '., *I/L"//*' On ,. George Htreet, a fen-- : &., of Orange: am| 8|J. Lucie, Tuesday land, being the I'ellicier Grant in Graham's.wal1la. In 9,20 ; 19.22,26,27,28,29,30,33 1)II1M Itself furnb.ud IU"ldIlOIQ a
south ofihe Court llqMe atltl% *'uhllc ?quar.S ". : Monday of November. Also the .Vpruce Creek Plantation, contain 'J'JU 3334. NulbhllrVUUUUC..

.. 'I N I'IIP' U" Qar '*)lrm'$ Cqffier 0Q111 I ) qIJ'ntsinii,1, nt .Pilatko, the second, acres suitable. for Sugar culture and near to naviga In ." 9 21 ; J. Ii), 021J2,2l, i9,30! V I 1'ha Iluuie i ii wtJI known n bcint
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S J pardcn Laua. I tion, about 70) tiiilva Duilr f."
5 5 -i'' 1 ; tlje first Mondqy of Noven1ber., south of Si. Augustine, near 3i 33 34 Expressly' with n Vie\ 10
S i 1 I QUfTOI! of St. John'*, on the first Monday i, New $lnyrna. In 10" 18 f 2.1.'to.'II.I *15,22,23 26 'bd ation It' I'WJII; anti others the ICtl
J S S ', Die!. F. IVttd ": office, 'af'hi Helli,, a V I Also, the Mount Oswald 'Plantation on Halifax ; S 343536. 27, bUilt of.uu.l!, with) Koonw Lein" t".tol

.5 S J t 1: HI' pn Bridge Street. S of Nassau Thursday before theI I River ifbout 50( miles south of St. Augustine, near the In 10 19 ; 7.8. 17, 19. 2010. ing Duors, &.c., which renders COllnt'Ct ng.ro

:: Xfcel. Job Rr pf rjf. Ona; <,? St george November. coast, formerly: planted in Sugar by the late Geo. An- hi 10" 80 ; 13. 14, 1G,2$.2J.: P umpiwst. Fireplaces., Blinds it Freet rr'q
: A fivf doors Nrt. qf the fcimrt :Ho-se. of Duval) the third dt F5O! and now the property of Joseph to w.
,t S on Monday. WOo Lauton. containing In 10 2J ; ". 1.2.3,4. 5. (, 7, 9,10.11. throuj-h, opening on liazzPromrnnde ,
flI1UG.LT. acres. 't"
: Hundred Feet. .
"j 1 P.C ZjrWrrt. Chinnd llrugqe.t) Nwth of Marion on the first Also, 1000 acresjKmih of New Smyrna in In 10 12,13,14,15,18,22.26,31.V Protection from Rain.
; It' \ Monday in Turn 22 ; If 6, ItJ, ..9. \Viuds.&(., forming twtl
c ; the Public 3-iuarr, J!>positc tilE mid.dlc baun.f I bull's swamp being the qorth half of the Rosette III" 11" 13 ; ., 24. confinement a desirable RET&ud' V
". :.: : .of Alachua and Grant, well timbered and ut nil seasons of the
;r Levy, on the sec near navigation. In" 11" 19 1.2.9.11,13 1tf11
j 14,16. 17, 18 The House
is situated;
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: December. Also, forty thousand acres pn the St. Johns River feeing
.1 *\W t T .'. 21,23,30. ;
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r t\.\. % L f E. B. G.qnld.! Coqiuellof*i at'Lav* oflica. on of Columbia, on the thud Monday: between Lake George and ItkeIooro..., consisting1of In" 11 201 7.18.20,23,24.El-2 of25. p osition, nnd retired from other D.32 .

; \ S i illery'Lane.B. ; V valuable pine, hammock and timbered lands in,various 27,48.33, ,N 1-20f 36- The House contains 45 Rooms with ndJjj ., .
V \ V At' Putnam. Attric, i\r\d V i Court, at St. Augustine oath C' 'tracts. (n II" 21 ; 1,2.3.10,11.12.13,14,15. al Parlours: Diuin!, Setting iootma -.

.. i\\I \ "at Law, office, l'icp.lahlt'trl.-c I II I April Also, 3000 acres in Ala hua county, suitable for 19.20.21,27,28,29,30.33: venicncn in general For lcam muJtu CMIcn.oj t
t I Cotton or Sugar. Rot be
{ V I i! Wdlian\A* f rI 4rJ.. Attorney at: Law and "YELLER'S GUIDE. ,\. V 3536. I surpassed. V .
S V licitor in Chancenr- office on (the fjfOlI.nd. _____ lands A600., acres in Colombia County, good pine In 11 22 ; 6r.7. 19,30. 31 The well earned Reputation this i1ou3e ,"'
the
V on ftmta Fe River.
the $outl Court Houw.I has from Yeartu Ve.tr
| H'iiigpf t\e : FROM CHARLESTON- acquirW will
: I. i Apply for terms, particulars &c. to ARREDONDO/GRANT. Proprietress bqti, .
S George If. Fairlaukt Cuun ,
'I Attorney i ud nun
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(; : MlRIO.f COtl'ITV.In sI.staiIJyIln4
Law JO. R.FAIR BANKS, for the liberah'atronaguturns
V -qjjjce in the Court Hoi! .
e .' I n to X em York. leaving daily at Agent for the purchase and sale of Lands J2" 18 ; l/3.10,11,12.14.15 her heretofore, lbe n
thanks.
\ 3II M, By Steamer td Wilmington U Payment of JYbn Resident Taxes&C. Ia 01124' 19 ; .2. 6. 1 h 12. 15. 16, Itf, I 9,
PUBLIC pFFICn to Weldon 16.2 miK-s. To The Table will be
: PC '-fit.:Angaatine, Feb 22, 15O. 0,2r, 22,23.24. supplied wilh.doict
4'? S V .! ''rI4O.d Office.. P. C. Zylstra I')M Master,on the Richmond 22....To Aequin Crt-ek s"AuIL1'1vsFcuKL'rv-1'ELt1'ETurI'_- In 12" 20 ; / E 3.4 of 1. 3567.9 10, Game, Oysters, Turtle Fish, Ducks; Vetmj,
r I : J'1,\ ner of Bay Street c.ndublic Square, North of ) to Washington 55.-By Railroad i io V / 11141617182224. Turkevsand: Shell Fish which wihb time

I I Let buildings. .. To Philadelphia 93.-To New.York $900,000. In" 12 26 ; I. S. 3, 4. 6, 12, 13, 15, our Rivers and Forests abound. Two *

T I I Surveyor General" Office B. A. Putnam ;1ll l I. Time CO hoars. Fare. ': THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE x 21,23,23.24. m nrire Hunters, sporting exclusively lilt ujI t
V h
I t ? veyor General, on Hospital:.Street$ ,corner of COMPANY n 12"22 ; 671819. ouse. .
I Lane and IInlpitatIr..t.. .' ( (Steamship) leave" Charlerton\, OFNE\y YORK--N0.35 WALL, V. GEO. R. FAIRBANKS Jnrse, Carriages, Ponie Guns, Fwhin ,
I V tend office; Duct. William H. Simmon.,nt after the 27ih of April. o'clock* a V. ]j TETAccamuUv4ed Fund Nov. 1st, 1849, 8900.- St. Augustine. Feb. 1C, 18.0. Tackles, Boats for Excursion.'&c. V
of Public Lantill-Oflic. 'the Fare ( al..loOIJ82.'i.) i000| ,securely inveatul in Bonds and Mortgages -- .
1 in : Court tJuue. Very Respcvtfullr.
S V Th... T. Jiuttell. RecrUer, office in: to .PMladdp/tia.-Tbe Osprey on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and stocks FLL S' IJP L I V

5- V j S ({ouite. : I If every other Saturday 4 o'clock n(ihe State and City. of New York and United CHOICE GROCERIES JROVlsl( S. _I'ROPIllETRESS.

S ; S Judge .! Palate. (G..i\\u. '*Judge,) in CO to honr/Fnre 20. .States This Gov..r fund is lnent. I &hr. Giptey note dicharging Jags frtmi N. B.-It in he wKli ofl the
NtIC.Ole.l1I. rapidly increasing by a P.
Leaving daily widely
k in th Court House. exten Mete 1 uri, prictrcs Untt the
S V 1 Peter 4 Damn Clerk V .Circuit Court, '& M. Bj S. C Railroad AucuMa j:Iii ded,and prosperous business. Butter, l Urd"Choice Provisions I, the lIon.1 should Scrvn4at.i be .Ua'e" .
Railroad The Company declared dividend ol GOSHEN clril,
n a'le.
Atlanta
to 171. profits of fif
V the Court House. -By live, aUld oblJ
Bacon
Shoulders F. M. Bf =hlr. .
Railroad to Qriffin '42. \ I -IWO percent on all equaling policies the 31, -
S : I- Jltfael CaMM. 8hl"rifa d Tax -By on to'f ,
Mackorel Rio & Java Coffee Old -V
January, 1848. Hyson .
35--By Railroadv i w JtT
lice. Montgomery
4p1 .
in.tl Court
: \ ; ,Collector. \$ I1ouc.f } to Mobile 331.-IV New-Orleaiw AH flue Prof if" arc divided among choice Teas.-BlacJc & Green, Crackers, Sugar'd A. person* having any claims or demani
af Cuttomt JII M Hanson,
t
: the Iiiinrcd Molasses, New Buckwheat Indian \ ltin8t she estate of Hwav KLI'
,. .fntpexty; #/ Cmtnmt. "OraJ: Howard, l.UUG miles. Time. 123 hour!. : YE. late sSl
S V 11. IJoward u ldin .. Market\ TV premiums payable in cash annually semi a- Beef Ballogua Sausages. Ale,Porter, Congress Johnsdeceased.as creditors, heirs> .fee,.o lht.) IJ. -
( I /. H. BroKth: Judg Fquarc Court $ Jlo XI It'-Orleflllll.\iz Savannah, jnnually or quarterly, interest being added on the Wafer,ChanipQgne.Cider.Fumilv Canal I' lou!- wfc are hereby notified to present trM-nt to the saL I
V U.L81
": 1\ S "t1i4trict( onln'rida.: office in the C urt House. .. By Steamer to Savannah I- miles. deferred payments., V in i Harrells & half Barrels Fruits, Raisins, wrnberwithin ;w 'yean from the dalt I f.orilf.A|

V V S V G. 1:. Fttirlanl. Cler. : U. S. Court. Railroa1 to Macon and Western Rail The cash principle adopted by this Company C. Almonds, COC
1 i I \\he Court House.DcpHty.Manhal.. ville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- cures to the parties for whose benefit the insurances Sweet Oil, HarJlncs Assorted l'lekll's.Smoked estate. are required tu V make il payment.

,f t ',' ) George, I. : Zchnbaur 'ontoll1t'y fiS.-By Steamer to :1 10I are effected, the whole of the advantages without Tongues, Table Sail, Assorted Confectionary: BRIDtII. Adlnli..or.

ft I t', \ "V the Court Jl Uit'. I : 1 fi fi.; Total Distance 1,032 subjecting them to the heavy drawback of acculUu.latl"d Jujude Paste, together 'with a full .vsor tine tit.Vu Srpt.13.I850. V .
; : hiurss. Fare $39. 50.I) l premium notes. \ .
\ shall be Bake
j
glad to accomodate in di iQg McUubra .
1r: ': t ORDAN CE DJP.\C.T IENT. : TABLE. Persons may effect insurnnc on their. own lives of Packages to the trade or a* Retail. p A 7"J'OR.\'J COIJ4VSEK.LOR

;: J 1 r I Capt JtltIIt.i.IIII1Anm.: Ordnance Distances. }'art iTiiiie. anti uV lives of oth.c. A married woman can in-i Oct. IS 1850. B. E. CARR. 'l LA IV. V
} Storlft .. 221 $7,95 ill' cure the life of her husband the benefits
office .: m. h. of which are JACK.-di.Vvii.LC. K.: Fu.
:" ":,1" : .V.- ) on 8$ george street, a few doors South, Tenn., 445 13,12 5 11 1 secured by law.for the exclusive'use of herself or cli ii. Portr, ale. eke. WILT nrocticv jlll.'CuurtMof'b.! m
L < 4 ry Goods store of S.rtXrtnan..! P
;. ; ,i : ;t' Capt.of Haoham.Tisiting. the Fort will make l .. 142 4,00 9 Ckrgyrnet'and' aty others dependent V upon salaries S fee, Ale in pU and qis. Porter in ptn and qts the and !I.'lruulh rouatmi ot.d.l.. Southern,0'Cta&ac

i 5 ; \ C., 13G 4,(10( 8 are specially invited ro avail iheni5elve of a resource best English article,Con reM Water in pis and q Is, the.Supu Court at Tallahassee and ib. ITitd:
.. ., 740 2.00- idseick Champagne qts and pu.vhoice 1'rinope fi- DIsct Court for the '
4 S .1 j .flJSTICESOFT1IFPEACF. whereby theif surviving familes be securedrom Sjate .
r .f. J S James J, Gould. : for, f''b'r of the above places! I leave the evils of 11"I ury. may .cars, John ylndcrson' .fine cut. Tobacco, .UyerV Flond.an,! wi.rIUI.| f'JlJ"Nurr..r n1.il t VJmi lri I'
) t
by S. C Railroad, at 10 o'clock Pnmp'jlots th Honey Dew Cavenijuh, CltainpagRe Uider in States .fure hit- WaZ.
explanatory of "principles of Mutual Its t"u'rl'l InJ lkpa rimuents
at
'. S i; Get,. L' VrAz1S. Notary Pib1c-ofie; <;# Life IiiMirniiet. ad illustrating JlIi advantages 'with and ptsatretiIby B. E. ARR.. ington.i : V -
t' } 'S S\r\ et. a lit lie North of the .Market/nnd \ ,
,
;j S \ i V J .to, the Post office. / ;. next (IiI ia.1 Circuit pi the- forms of nppi! <*nlkMfAmay be oblaiiifd at the office 01 hw Jdl lMrntel at Ja ,lonvit-lrlij,. I* ".u gjt
\ V 'Ircllt, rirniil Court of the Company, 35V;J1 st.. or of any of its agents.V Tax Collector' Stair.flY nlr .ji.I iinreinitiiiiir nlt'nlion to hlr"iol.
: V : V .Joliii COli lit TRUSTEES, > virtue of the power vested in me by law shall and aU.int t'ltu.h.llu! hu can- Willis
S /; : CT"vM' j ;I i\ IN CHANCERY. ) Joys C Collins, David C Colden. II P expone for sale before the Court House at Mellonville I- prompt nt.ullti.:1. .lwl'It1
d l t' AJpgor-E. n 'ojlU.j jI Wan J Jlyslop, Alfred Edwards, in the county of Ornte, on the'first Monday Auisi d'nr, AngiKt 31. 1H50."I .

\\ S ,,Laurenr F. C. Jhnn'i1'Amlren' .,.]\ I I F."P.; :.trl1fOr ] R II MaWy, Wan Belts, of February next the the folluwing described property' ax: : (;olTct'firVral .. V
/ y \ Ered or so mud thereof "illlloY the .
( I Will
Al dermen I IS -ton, Joseph Blunt state and .
... .'Je n"e of Bit for county By virtue of i1" P0**'' vested 1 in
1lfmt. f Account lax due ihxreon 'for the inc bylaw.V,
1 W year 1S50 to wit :
C .
t /'. J. Quincey'Ir.rJ andl"z'l \7 nr.ht lin! .\ tlt'rg" Faber knac,G Pearson, I30 awes 1 bHouging to tbalup"'l f,P3al.- !*'', the Court hlesusr'4.sr
c ( John P ojc sups.sed| lo b"lonr to
C'krknf tie Cilii Council. Charles Haahrr, -t rd r *ibuiion I 0 Theo : Yflverton Henry Wells, *"* Charlotte '1'. Gobert, south o< Smyrna outh al. il 'f'ltnviJ. fl Ih.lth ,IlY el' .brluy ,mi-it.114.
V I .V 1 ; t :t the Counril tp j.; \ \ .\IliFf"r. the E tnil- of IVter etlg'ick.11I Mvore, Double taxed. calm rUlwill t'.Orihd lr"I.rl, ur w, .uuh .rro wilt I
j City Morttil aad Clerk of the 'l% rk.J. of JOI't"lhWcJ"l I ,dt'c4. John SiaryJ t ollnn- Zebeifee fouk.I JOHN SI\flSON..hl'ofjff and pay iIa 11 couiy'ax due thereon for ifcr,
II,1(1., 0 J 'm Miller V V I$50nnd )1"
; IIieIsecelsi.nry t
ntlll
S \Vrreira. others r
I t\ V S ;: ; "O"I" John Vuilvorth David A ComPlock,' Tax collector. c. wit : Iliuct"ln IkklQ. ) .

S M Cornell.. Kobi-ri.. _' 1'._1"'.'... Nov 5,185o. V 1 LflR rnt.-hmi. ,I.V. iSV.__. ,_
: V AUCTIONEER.M - at"rtI.3r ne".p .. I r .
; by Afjdnvii! in"lhis Co-irt: that Cj IUV :M Wilkins: Jnmes I than River n. .VI
.1,1 t 1i B. E. a't. : De Chamber Tax Collector'* $nlc,. 'IIulcl.r,
!, : ll'Urt'lc.lhtltl'r.11 Jiviiii! at vl:i, I.Jo Iiti \ L l'ru11 ir'P11 elwniwn., Bp Y virtue of lh. power vested in'rneby III W. I s tt to belmiz to G.0. 1. F.rt"t'k.trolgi"1 ur Nt'"

; \ : MERCHANTS.Jiiirrouiiht ;; the limits nf the State of Florida. v#., Frt'.1 hntliey Moses H (;ntmuelj' H P l'halle'XIIOIt for saW before the Court house at Alo 1LO acres 3rcl me land, Dt C.Iabans
r : l.-or:ia, Charl-s Ely. Wm J Bunker, Mellonville in the county uf Orange on the first Mon 'WIlp between theheadsoff Mataizs
I ;S a'. E. Carr. Wholesale an4 Ret.-ft'J: on nmtion of Wm. Forward' So. John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh. day February west, the following descnbnl Rivers.Aho. DUll Jllif

S .) 1 first, quality Family GrocerieB of nl!I kiwi! that publication I be mnde in Walter Joy: Francis Lathrop, ty or so inu.ch thereof, Mill pay thf state ami pro .r- :zoo n third) rate 1nnI
county r"l the
; :, I \IO $ &c.. No..2 East side Charlotte! 'il't'el.. printed in the Eastern Circuit Alfred. Pill J 0 Thatcher. tax dut'-.t1ereol\ for the year J 1850, and the necessa. M.tIIV. River un tile of on heal l

;" t S tflthe{ 'Public e juarc." V fou i-jnntiis successively, from this JQSEPIJB. COLLINS, President. ry expens incident theretoviz i1OOOO b eing lmnifor a 111ulnn,' acre-Tract.at Crhnl"John itt." awlllP:

: I" I. Jeurge D; rt. Ufajter i in, Staple! and Ifrncy I I'f said.Grsrue! W. McAllL-xer to plead I4AAC AnnvrT Secretary.JosEri acres belonging' or supposed f. belong Executor uf Ille Estate (;'eoreel }'VClnrk F .r"lo

'f I ood, Wept tide o 'CharloVf 'atret-tj a iev to said Hili.xir the came will be ta- BLU.NT Counsellor. to InC Estate Robert M'Hardy Geor/e R. Fair- JOIIN4IMPSoN! mihrrjifand..

V ; 4 onh of Treasury Lane. : ". G. R. FAIRBA.VKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla.. ba nki,agent. JOHN SIMPSON sheriffand Nov.:30' 1850. Tax I
5 a .%L H'aleman.yhtileeale am) Retail) DOlV.LAS, >, ljri.to.. t jff. Feb iCth. V Tax collector, o c. TuiColkcIov'Nt4afr3 collector. ci. c .

1 Dry Goods apd Grocerien. (Jrocery store on a true CVII'jtn' ). virtue uf the
; 1 ground floor of the City IlfptC'J..Ur' Goods Sl ; s* my' Hand a:3L1 the p'nl of maid Tax Cot lector's. Sale. Noy.2.TtlX' By fur power t4f.re vt'attd' il me bYI.l

\. .ii'T of pjcplata and Ssr, (eorge street,. t> )|) [ ] t.ourl.'JiI'! 15t|".July. ife!o.Pt y virtue of the l'd'hi. Collectors ;"'e. duor in hafull 11.rOlh the Court ,.. V
power ve me by Jaw I JJtIUI'it'on "f
(lay
'j IUe Court House. V B. DUMAS. Y virtue of the vested in the ( ll' Frbrr'nflt'
JU shall for sale before power me by law '
expose the Court House B oluwinJ ellri'ld
Clerk 'PrPrty il. flS .
Mute S. it j\T.\ Pinkhjin. Dealers in F C. C. : Jotuu C'O.untg I shall Inul.
Q ) door in the city of St. Augustine on" the first Mon-, V expose for wiIebe1jrc. the Cour: as wi. pay llt' stale amid! Tax due
I j \ )QtIL1 &c. opposite the Planners (lohl| on day of February next, the following described Hou! at MellonxiJIe in the county Orange.on 'tinfirst I'or yt.D 1150 and IUlly ILeQ

f 1.1eofChzIottebtreet'. ; pr oLwrtyor so much thereof as will paVthe Statewid Monday February lV.xt.lh.* following dem-ri thereto vizn llt ary pucel initltnt -
Pedro JSenet. Deajerm Gjflcerie, Provisions, Collector' $(tle. bed or so much thereof : Acrf'
county Tax due thereon for the 1650 property will pay the t>tni,
and -
S. 09,Tier of Cuna and St. Gr o>ge street. : t: the Power't'stt'd: in me by law I III e nec* ary expenses incident, Ihf'rf'ro.'iz year : ,, and county tax due thereon f.c the year 1850, and thenecettnary ship )3 Rnnte Tlir south rt"l.n tn.1 .illlllg i., ?own-.

Manuel Crttpo. Dealer i in Family [ston' ii for tale before the Court IIoue door I 300 aerft of I land return., by F. I'. Ferreira for expends i incident thereto,to t wit : la beli'nt -__\. falr. fVJ 1.I"nn or sapposed -
t i tJ F. J. Qi-incy. Watch-maker%,- and)! Jeweler, deribed Pjoprty or omuch M atminznriverwmit of the oM fort on heirs of Antonia .)00;. shcritf'nd''r

t': O ore .rt't'l't" nearly,' "i pose office of Pro P'rk.Tliot. the $.at. and, County tax due Rnnjje 30 south and east, boumJff Dorth inTownshiip9 by land of JOHN SIMPSON, sheriffand Novpmhrr 30. :.; o. .c.
j i .i .,t I un. Retailer of Hoots, -Shoes, C 'c"ar 1850 and the neceitary'eXpen- Ml'U Mestre.south by lands oil f J Avice F Belts Nov. 2. V Tax Collt'clor.-o (. 185.
t U ii! '&c., eaft side of Charlottee street, to viz': arid JFWaite.eaM by the river r.X

;.;; I mrlolfp.! street and Treasury lAne.V, : Land asjxvwd to John L'Enele re. of F BetUnnd J F Waite ; said and tract went of land by land was Tux CoJlcctor' Sale ,-Y virl ,' uf f'olfIO"1 Sale Isv. I C'

I \ I \ Lawrt. Andreu. Tailor, Churl6ttc, D. R. Pu'ihani) ) agent for uaid L'En- .rI141t'tl I l.y the-PpnuWi Government to B Slestre.Jvfc: of the vested in .IUI"XI for t11C lwfye "house
power aor
me bylaw T fn lltCOhn
t V ; hear' /he >" '. : d for ]b5 J The above named 2000( turned hit 3d rale.t'nlew Bfvirtue'ji e (or sale before the Court house ime ,un the' 10lh tlnl Ftbruar; next
Thorn/it An ieu. Tailor harlotte; Street, th( N w\'iuf'rlnnd: tract ontheea*>t taxes and doar in Ibt"cit of flowinr tlt'"rilll' properly or u
expenses before St. .0
are paid the ) Aujui"iiw the'
I ; on first J/on- muh
1 I the eor'e( George Burl. St. John and about 28 miles N. day of sale. day of February nextHlhe following as pnyth llf" and' County Tax .du. thr
John Vtina. Boot described prop rF lIiyeMt 1 ani'
1. inahr, harlottr .street '. R. B. CANOVA 5 : lime tlt'rtf
V } Sheriff nnd much
3 ; ex-ofT. erty or so thereof will pay the state and nt"ctorJt" llt"nf
he :
: Cit Hotd.
'J. ;; and expenses are pad before day of Tax AI' f'.sor and Collecter; j c. county tax for the year 1850, and Il&e"lIfJct'HIry..x." tl"rt'to. 1'1 At'rt. .
II i Joiepk Lopez. Manufacturer of Socars,. shop | $t. AuL.nwtine.Oct." 2Cth, 1850. V penses incident thereto, viz : btlmin to :ofr.1 rnte I"nll in Gralaama Swinmp.V

: JJoward'a Buildlnps. : \O\.o\, Bhcriff nnd .e -nfl. .' -- I, 790 acres more or I lew on the south of Julington V i EL1A8= ur 4V 1.lun1 10 Jllt'll F. L.yiiingtau. .
G. N.. Papy. Dealer io Dry Groceries an' SSl' sor Dud; Cullclnruf! & I. c. Tax -' creek in the county of Hi. Johns, returned in 18,ID JOhN II. GUU Agent. ,
t lion,, Charlotte street, a few doors J'outh' of 'Oct. 'JGlli 1850. Coueclor'3ale. by James James., Not returned for 18501 SiMPSON Sheriff nnd
., y virtue of the power vested in .
p V City; Hotel. -- -- I B' me by law I] Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the Tax Collector c.
1 shall expose for sale before the Court House November 30th, 1350 0
S Mettrt JI/UN'on f i Xtlligan. Cahinft" m I Collector's: Sale.! door in the of St. day of sale. -
V corner' o( Markft square adjoining CouQ,.il the 'jxnvcr vested ]lin me by law I day of May city next the Auguntine on the first Mon*. R. B. CANOVA, Sherlffand ex oil Chiok'" "

I V Jtkn Manutg Black mih! ,ajid Gun! Sjr.jlh, for'sule before :the Court IIou lt' or o much .thereof following will described property Tux Asoewior and) Collector, s j (. A FiwnP troterJe, rd. -
\ the North Gate of the Cjiy! ; St. Augustine 01, She f.rst' Mon tux due thereon for the pay the State and county St. Auguntine, Oct 2Cth 1$:O. Cract'f. i hlanis. Bacon, Fish Cheese; alrttl (.
't'ar.le50
V and ,
M \\I V V lh" following! described property rxpenM s incident thoreto) viz : the neces!ary-J and } \frkrt _nrIriVli ...

A tUsl nNT: \ the as Hill pay the iiite and county 100 'land more or )lee.situated on the | 'Tax ,Collector's al *. l relllif. ,$.

milUrd Table Bottling .All" 'Ora' Ij fqr.{, "year, viz J850: and! the necessary I I!I of Julinpton creek in the county of Si. Johns south, be. ftJ virtue of the power vested irNiie by law I iiiiiiiie..t nr w'. lker.F. CARl 1 1P. I
t S Howard Buildings Mnrket l longing to Henry Hull JUP hall for sale before 1
square.Joviir the
a nonresident expose Court llouw CO'CJ
I j ;' / ? Alley, Liquor and Refrrtfcyfntt ( or" Ufa by the, being Spanish part Government of a grant to o I' the said Henry Hall from James James,purchased and return-1 by ,door in the city of S$. Augustine on the first Monday i ? ir..Sss2iFffti! Pint aj QMf
.
V V K.: Bridier. City IoteI. ed by William A. Forward. State of February next the following described randy. Monougohe WiD.Clmpg'
situated due
taxes
in $t .1ohnscounty. by rute
near propt
''I' PhIiptGme:., Retailer ofli.ql1ofll. R ,(re, Henry Hull for 1830 erty or so much, thereof aa will the It'd
ritate
pay and ,
: Jocall'd in Tow l'lajp C, S. Range $ ,o 42 & by
? Frb9 Jr sil
&c, Charlotte Vreet, oppoMt Bridierjs: .
Countyiaxut25percent tax for ti 1650 and' i
V : John M. Fontane, agt. and asties:1 oa Sute tax ? 11, county year the neceiaary expenses B- CA
\' ,' V Alley.! __ 'ia Unless taxes and expenses are j aid before the da) incident thereto, viz_: Groceries I .
'I S by Antonio; Huertas for 1650, $40 I. o 1iI31t.. 461 acres 3d mite land on the Picolata road west very choit' ,jaK"" ,, 4c:
t V STAGE OFFICE. R. D. CANONA. Sheriffand ex-off. of Ft. Augustine abo, t nine miles' therVfrom lying A Baken
: I ( /ljlf, P+folUa Mail S ,'. Jt( it'r'a 'I Tax in PU1'k, .
jre. 5ier cent on State tax. 10 15. Assessor and Collector, s j r. jartly sec I and see 2 of township 7, Booth Vfrange &c. by chr. tiffiJSySHI
; Hotel... : St. Augustine, Oct. 2oth 1850. 28 east, granted to Flora Leslie and T
i ; j I __ ___ J expenses are paid before the day not returned. March I
1i' B.
r 1\. : V ; Tax Collector's- V .CARL
,
cnuJtcUE.q.} ,- Sale Unless "
,\OVJ1 Sheriffand taxes and expeuea are paid before the day rf liinckiuff.
b.x-off.
.1 -'II',1 ]la.utIklil'-: Chunk. North side. Assessor and Collector By"irtue of the power vested in me by law I' of sale. JUST received a few .

L square r I j ,' > s.j.c.. se for sale before' the Court House V U. B. CANOVA, Sherift and ox-ofF tn water sSS.
6th. 185Q.
Epicop4cAircd! South side fonume.nt] door in the dlj of St. Augustine onthefir Monday Tax AneHOr and Collector, sS
.
s
V j
c8t.
V : l'ndtet ViH St- George titr : Collector'! Sale. of February t ,xt, the following described property Augustine. Oct. 2Cth. 1850.B .
I Sou% of thesquaf \ f the power vested inme by law Iat or *o much thereof.will pay lime Aate and county RL-eon"nded for hlarneses Carriages
Metkadiit Chtft h Si. George #lth near forrale before the Court House tax for the year 1850 and the necessary ,expenses in- --- At R rnil. fl. &c. '
Magnolia Ilowue. : County of Orange1,on finot"on.1]j I cident thereto Tti : Frenb .pllcs. &C R.

: V next the followirg ilcfcribed proper: i -One lot of land in Ihe cit, of St. Augustine, late RJG Cossouth, BOW barging at Picobta a 1Yotk' S
U weeks
( will beLoo! to John choice lot of.supplies which are offered Q alter date I shall
; as jay the *tale and coun nS Guiger deceased. boandeH Worth to the apply 1M JaJe
TFRMS OF COURT- ASTERN for the year 1850| to wit: by. lot of Mrs. Josiah Smith West )by lot of Trade in original Packages or at retail. Probates for the County or t Letters 0:
V OF FLO .IQAt. : rs'l 30 firkins Goshen Gutter. 10 barrel Administration oa Org
1 I belonging or supposed to belong to C..C.AnJcron.andeastbytho eld Tan Yard. Lard 1 crate te .8t31 Addion
srRtiro Ttrn. returned. Onion', bbla Apph .75 boxes Cheese 15 do PEDRO
V FertIle Counties of Ora a grand St.: Vcif i at ) JOHN S' U' ON..horifl'and' I RB.. OANOVA. SherifT.nd I CJ'le" n. dried Beef".s. F. M- Beef. raits.Candy R is.' Nov. 1& 1850. BENET.V
In"viU' the third Tur* I .oa S Taxcoflecior.o.e.! Tax Ases or and Co] atroM, ntmna. ,itb other articles; L OfL.hile .
III : fW ihe "nr nf PuiBam'. at Pdaika,. ooJ I 3ni. Ft, Att ,ftul', Get Sfiik. 1850.V r.I, s J r. I e jmktin. oar-atoek, now in '. ; I n I. Tar. Rou Jad ..arpentlwa.Va.t:_

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