The ancient city
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 Material Information
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: July 5, 1851
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00046

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JS'PUBLISHED, WEEKLY ,'. Our readers are aware \
b' Incorporated, bf ,the LcffiUlaturo of BY GEOKGE O. FCCBTICE. case in relation to n division \
"'fcJhY'E'R'Y' : :** A T U R A Y ,- ,.
: .'" I ", oftho ,'Property .owned%by., ;

,",> .,. _. I Jim jet rs'1 de.Ir.' BSIQ A! fit. (f1imn d In 'I e 1 p g. If. :*2pfte ted, Estates 2 jdPtwl3.Dis :icc.\! rt ; ; ; ,'
ar ADrxRruxttENrs: will 1* iiw rtf d *t SEVENTY .l V .TId1 All natures deep and solemn hush The counsel tor the church

Jive CUTI per square or 13 linn or under, for the UNITED STATE" ; Is like the silence of a dream ; : Reverdy Johnson, and
,;.,.16ewruOD. and Firr< CENTS for each,subsequent And peace; 'seems brooding like a dove eminent lawyer of New York;
O'er scenes to musics spirits dear-- I north lion. Rufus Choate
A deduction will t* nude for notices In.d OFFICERS.HEXRY ,
inintion. C, CARET President, WILLIAM D. KELLEY, Sweet Mary, 'tis the hour o/ love, E. L. Paucher. The case

one, For six months Vice rretiJnt, EDWARD P, MCTCHEU., TreatBrer And were blest if thou.wcrt here. a few days, in consequence !

:I. :tllWEr atf-a E. II. BUTLER Recording .Secretary, Mr. Choate, but he bad
Will be executed on reasonable terms. GECRGC W.DEWEY, Corre*}>tadingSec. The myriad flowers of every hue trial was proceeding. \

-ooMANAGERS.- / Are sinking to their evening rest, be made in the case, it I
may ,
: timid dew
with of
Tax Collectors Sale. : a drop enl will bo taken from it, so )
; Soft folded to, its sleeping breast ;
1 *DI Y virtue of -.hI" power vested in me If law, I John Sartain Charles Toppan James S. Wallace, The birds within iron silent yet before we shall. have a ;
;Jyj shall expose for sale before the Court House Charles Mai-alester, E. U. Butler, Henry S.Patterson trove ofi'.
door in the city of & Augustine on the din Monday M. D., Charles G.Leland William, D. Lewis .,, Aro dreaming that the spring is near- Our readers, however, I
of December next.the following described tract ,Joseph D. t4ttwarl.M.I ., Edwin R.Cop, Sweet Mary, 'tis the hour of love, interest in the matter and

of land or as much thereof as will, pay the taxes Fdward: P. Mitchell. John S. Hart,A. M., And I were blest if thou wert here an abstract ot the facts as

thereon duo the State and County for yean i849 James L. Claghorn. On white cloud the night-wind furls filed by the complainants.

50 sod 'n, and all necewary expenses incident' Its yon lone and dowy wing to sleep On or about the 8th of

thereto to wit : InnJ Every Member. for the Year 1851: And the sweet stars look out like, J pearls alleges ) there existed in the
acrt.of second rate on the Matanzasiiivrreboul
.7. tuna twelve miles South from St. Augustine Will receive,fur each SubsrripUou of FIVE DOLLARS, Thro the clear wave of heaven's blue voluntary association known

aDd lying at the mouth of Motes: creek, known as a print ofIIUNTINGTON'S deep disi Episcopal Church, not
Ariutle t'Bran plan?.K)1J in April 1829 bjr \Vnteritmiih "CHRISTIANA AND HERCHILDREN" The pale mists float around above, any legal enactment, but
Attorney in fact for ArhilleMurat to RichardTown Like spirits of a: holier sphere- bishops: four preachers, and

: owner now unknown assessed to Richard'mew's. Engraved ly JOSEPH'' ANDREWS; Lotion, S\vcet.Anrr, 'tis the hour of love.. isters and members, I
And I were bl6st"If thou wert here. United Slates and tho
Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before day of I AND THE COMPANION and complainants. allege
_Ie. A print of Huntinstou'* "MERCY'S DREAM.' The pale, full moon, in silent pride, sprang up previous to 1811, in

R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff! and ex-off. E"sratedlyA.JT.SlTCmb, Arm York. O'er :you dark ,wood is rising now, ownership of slaves by the

Tnx Assessor and Collector, s. J. c. Or the choice of any two of the following As lovely as when by the side church, which threatened to !

May 3lst, 1831. Four Splendid Engraving), 1 saw: it shining n'thy brow, fulness of the church, as I
{ It lights the dewy drops of the grove, its harmony, and it became a

Tax Collector's Sale.BY vix, : As hopu's bright smilo lights beauty's er a separation ought! to tako i

virtue..hlle power vested in me by ,law I I. Joiw KNOX'S INTERVIEW WITH MARY QcEENoPScore star ; .. geographical boundary.In .
expose for sale before the Court house ,Painted by Leutzf, hngrated by Sartain. Sweet Mary, 'tis the hour of Jove: June, 1844, the :
door in the city of St. Augustine on the first MoneuyoT 2-RuTU AND BOAZ, Painted by Rotkermel,Engraved And I were blest if thou wcrt here. upon in general conference, i

December next the following described tractf by Sartain. ded to transfer to the
load or a* much thereof as will pay the taxes 3.-MERCY'S Data,,Painted by Huntington Engra- Ah I as I muse, a strange wild thrill much of the capital and

thereon. due the State and County for years 1649, '50Sltowit ted by Jtitclie. h Su!a| o'er the fibres of my frame odist book concern, as with
Painted by '
4CUI.ISTIAXuo HER ClULPREN, un- A penile St cros f o (fill
: pressure of accounts, &c., would ;
100 acres of second rate land in section 38 of. tingtoaEn ravedlyaadrims.AndacoPYo My heart with love and life and flame, portion to tho whole

privnet'urveys l. township 12, ramp 28 youth and 31'ltlladelphirt he I fuel thy spirit around me move cern, that the travelling
east and Ming on the east aide of Dun's Lake, said Art Union Reporter, I know thy soul h:: hovering near-- southern church should bear

100 I( acre isaiweiwed lo Hannah Kingly.UnlfM monthly_ pamphlet,containing a report of the transactions Sweet Mary,'tis the hour of love, elling mumlKjrs of tho ,

T Ofg&le. tut'S and expenses l' paid before the day of the Institution, and information on the And I were blest if thou wert here. church, and that tho transfer. ;

'If H. B. CANOVat SherifTand ex-ff. subject' of,the Fine Arts,, nual payments of $25,000
Tax Assessor and Collector, a. J. c. )
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'May 311 1851. i _00_ Robert Colli'ps' E ''l' of Macon\Ga.\ ,) pointed commissioners: to
\ Art Union of Philadelphia awards prizes in I sue tho southern organization.:
?lttr.iittla Stile.! the owner of Crafts and his wife, the fugitiveslaves
.. and its own Car el&lee with which original American whom there much plainants allege" that since -
Y VIRTUE of an Execution fowling out about was so excitement
B under the teal of the District Courtof the United works of Art may be purchased in any part of the U. a few months since, and who both the book concern have utterly
States, at the option and selection; of the 111 son who to the south their :
{Slates for the Northern District of Florida at escaped to England, ,was written to by a gen
the instance of the Bank uf the Slate ol Georoia may obtain a prize at lheAnuual tleman in Boston, asking! what amount of and incomdof the book

against Benjamin Hopkins Defendant, I shall sell at Distribution, subscription money would compensate him In consequence of this

public auction in front of the Court Mouse in the WLichtal.es place on the Eitning nf the last neck for their freedom-and hinting that sUch'n ants appointed three !

City of St. Augtine on Monday the seventh day of. Jay in every Year.. disposal of tho'case. would be better forlll, coed to that city in order to
July\ next between tnt usual hours of sales the following THE COMMITTEE OF TilE concerned. From Mr. Collins' reply, we the property between the
described levied by virtue of! EIECUAlt'r ern sections as contemplated
property upon
the of his
UNION, take the following, as gist reason-
Mid execution: to wit: separation.It .
,All that undivrd moiety or half of a certain tract When so requested select works of Art,without charge: ing:__ _, .. is admitted by the

.*.t. 4 at9ute.UU.4 Ivinr"/" .and beinirin-__n", the- County of St.Johns or.compensation, from their Your policy would free those who are un- Methodist Episcopal l Church \
of Florida, known at Twelve mile FREE GALLERY, 210 CHESNUT STREET, fit to be tree; it would render discontentedthe courts of equity is fully i
tract" containing Three thousand five I slaves they left behind; it would organise
Swamp who live and of its
For those in the country, may remote enjoyment !
hundred acre wore or lew;-Said tract of land from persons Galleries or public exhibitions of the companies of freed slaves to conspire for tho duties. They deny, .:
.kin bounded on one side by land belonging toGt'oerat Fine (Arts. freedom of others; it would encourage abol- bishops and ministers be
D. L. Clinch,on the South by the Public i ition societies, tree soil parties and associations the defendants allege that !

raid, and on formerly other Bide belonging by lands to G.unknown.1., F. Clarke It Subscriptions of membership $5, should be madeas for the protection and defence of fugi disagreements I grew out ot the J1".1'
being the tract I* would render the Institution of slavery '
entitle members to tives. ,
from him early as practicable as to nexion of a bishop with slaver
deceased and purchased
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f St. Augustine
> early numbers of the "Reporter. which will be forwarded among us less stable and less beneficent. proceeding in reference
by one JOHN Reni JUYRRICK, U, & Marshal upon the receipt of the money, to any part The manner of treeing slaves at the south is of the book of discipline and

Bf GEO. ZEHNBACR, Deputy. of. the country. better for the owner and better for the slave tion oC the General

s,. Augustine, May 17th I85U j The Honorary Secretaries will give receipts for himself. o"orthe owner, who by Riving liberty been adverse to the system of
be made
;Of remittances may faithful servant, othersto
subscriptions to a encourages it being regarded as a great
Executrix Sale. GEORGE W. DEWEY, the same obedience and the same boon: '18the whole church united

.. JIon of the lion the Court, of Probate Corresponding Sccre/ary, For the slave, by keeping him here among and that the ministers had
St. Johns County will be sold, at the CourtHouse 210\ Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. his ,friends and relatives instead of casting ed to hold slaves, except in :
in the city of St. Augustine on Monday tlw7ih him the tender mercies of strangersand
upon laws the slave-holding
day of Ju\\)'. 1851 at 12 o'clock M. the following ATTORNEY FOR PROSECU-; fanatics. A good slave can acquire his be of of necessity. The
late to cases i
Real Estate, belonging to the Estate of the
without becoming n fugitive,a firebrand
Dr. Andrew Andersondeceasedio\wit\ : TING CLAIMS AT THE CITY '' deny the right of the
free soilers. It appears to me, I
among the
of Land situ possessed by
A lot or parcel of about twenty acres erty
ated on the West aide of Totomata street on which OF WASHINGTON. therefore, that it is the policy of tho slaveh.Mers Church and that the

it is bounded on''\ic East and being directly West of '...'Uls;!- subscriber undertakes the collection, net to accept a pecuniary equivalent was not legal,and that the
the JL settlement and adjustment of all manner of for his fugitivo slavofrom citizens of | there
the Court House in the city of tit Augustine,.oa church never thought
South by the road which crosses the Sebastian Bridge claims, accounts or demands against the Government the ,north in the manner proposed; that it is cause for a separation or
Wet by the marshes of the Sebastian Creek, and of the United StateS', or any foreign State or not proper or judicious for me the first pub [, I
heirs of John before of the public Departments at of fugitive slave before thepeople
North by Mr*. Hannah Smith and the country ; any lic claimant a :
I Geig,deceased being the Markland Cottage Estate. Washington. Pen. of Massachusetts, to receive indemnity -
The procuring of Patents Army and Navy eineions for his or her loss, by a communitywho A COMPOST FOR '

AIAO,--A lo 'of ground in Mid city, bounded on the collections of accountS against the GOY bu- prevented a recovery by Jaw. From If would compost the
I *e North by Artillery Lane : South by Green meat,all land claims and.every demand or other and the honest, law abiding citizens of Boston, you shores, in
atreerWest by St:, George street f and East by E. B. sinew of whatever kind requiring; the prompt I can accept no indemnity by subscription! your marshes farm, or your ender I ,
l tiouldand Mr B. P. Anderson, efficient services of an attorney;or agent. you may
done From
, since Jhev bare jno wrongA into
the Federal of the
the seat of dent monopolists,
of fourteen pit
Or so much of said Lota as will be sufficient to A residence years than
whose consciences are higher
with a thorough and familiar acquaintance those Guano trade has fallen.
: r y the debts f Mid Estate. On u'h'of said Lots Government, violated
l Constitution and who
with the various'Jjtttems and routine of the U. B. 20double-horsocart loads :
i are su'.table: and commodious buildings.
1 Conditions-Cash. public business the different joflices as well as in law in preventing the slaves arrest I look !, mud or wood mould,

,C. C. ANDERSON, Executrix. Congress; added to this,free access to the ablest legal for indemnity to the Boston courts of justice. 10 bushels ashes, i
"- advisers, if needed, justifies the .undersigned in These men have drawn odium on your city, 2 bushels of bone dust, !
: St. Augustine, ,Way 31st, 1851.NOTICE. satisfaction and tVe utmost dis insulted the character '
.1 pledging the fullest ] ; injurtd[: our commerce an 1 bushel of salt, .
patch to those who may entrust their business to his of your people. They should! pay the 25 pounds of sulphate of

U OS DPI! HALE, of Uomosawa Benton County care.. Being well sr_.known_:A' _....1 to,....the man greater....".l.rn.n.part of_the h.... penalty! Beyond all this, the south waits to 3 gallons of oil,
of tats airinci, uu w y gv-uvuivun w whether the north will deliver
Si? State of Florida It ny authorised Agent du- citizens see upon it composted together, made
ring my absence front the State. have been members of both Houses of Congress in demand' those fugitives who were & held tosenice heap the upper layer to be
NANCY P. HARRILL. Admin itratri% of the last twelve years it is deemed useless to extend 'here; waits with solicitude to learn in a few weeks prove to be
the of this notic by special references. constitution and laws of
Estate o. HitDixiN T. ll&ulLLLate Benton whether the congress for in corn. or any
roust be prepaid in all cases.& an acre
deceased. Communications the law of the
County, '
will bo recognize ns
supreme would 400
fees will\at" regulated by the nature and root crop, as
Br Jostrn HALE,Agent. Charges or land waits with anxiety to know whether thesocialCiviland'religious
of the tmsinew but moderate all ,cases.Addma .- ; 20 loads of stable manure. |
Ftb.22d 1851.Bean extent bonds ot union between
II. C. SPALDING, Atfy. your shores, your marshes,
I Bean Bears J If 21- Waahfegton, D. c.mOTIVE the north and south are to be as hooks for the raw material to bo ;
I Will purchase all the Bears Oil and Create Aug. of steel, or *ropes of sand; waits, waits manure. If you have no, :<<
that the citizens ol Rorida will ship to me,in Sa .1 with intent interest to know whether n south conveniently gel any, but
\'aDoaJi.tJae Oil at One BUlar per gallon, the Grease is J lereby green to all noos' ern man, before a, judicial tribunal of the' tute the ashes by 100
must be pot op in good Stone Jan, for which I will 1.. baring claims against the Estate of Stephen north, to reclaim his slave property, is considered ded land needs
pay Lilly cents per ........ The article must be Ana deceased; either as fcredUors legatees; or ,* a dodged Jew' refusing ducats'to there your is lime enough in your
fare or I win moot positively reject them. I toe distritetm of said Estate; tbit, J.be same must benocBted demand his' pound of flesh, or to be esteemed 6 loads of harp or
.Urce quantitinofhoth the.articles and tbts. .elateor they or yarn
cal dermyself within two year final as Philemon, and have his fugitive,
the ashes.
a goodjodgv+ of it. Send any quality from | law forever aftenraw barred. sir
win begs Onesinius, restored. 1 yours If land is sand, and )
gallon! to U1I gallon at a time or more if posribk PAUL ARN\U, Adiaiaistrator. ROUT. CotLns your
W. UUMPUI.EY8. 18S1HOTICEfabeieby truly. an addition of from 5 to 10
Bt.A --.31d May
= will
Wholesale DrogpatSanaaah, Ga. 1, to the above quantities
NwviC to the value of the compost. ;
Ivr A country clergyman, being opposed i
that I will a- heir
give*. of the bass-viol in church service was To be taxed with the
Cabbage*,Potatoes, A ples. 'Ost Jogs week.after date, apply! overruled use by the coDgrepionThe first with three or four fair

iT&ericKooTMrT Gipsey n JL VrgettHe, assorted Pears Arfirt, Potatoes sets J Admiaittn dsl boa non ; .poa 1M+ g.- follows: "To praise God, we willbow ton cf guano besides, is I I i
of said CcntrcJt the psalm as
Cable *,suing odbcpch Osioss Bsj,Oats Con Daniel N 8Ibn1, pear.!Iate
of most energetic
'Wholesale tate JAMES lIULBGT.1, fiddle and sing the fortj-sltth psalm second you to the I j
Beaaa,Rice,for ask *t or mail r4I.- The ,I
: most ;;
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:: ,. '. THE; ANCIENT -CITY.:'" -but taking care only to speak of himself m I-defend it to the I last extremity. Gov. McDonald- ship Cherokee from New Orleans, Havana! and-t In this declaration: then, must be foundhiT

,::. ;1 1t' his early patron and most! devoted friend, believing the compromise a curse, is the very Cbagres is just coming up harbor, having purpose in supporting the compromise, h did
und concluded by. proposing to form a party I man, to staud by the rights ot'the South, to rally keep all territory from the south-it did
J JS made the from New Orleans in 8 days.
t. :, \to be called Ths trut and only sans of the to her standard, oil who are not in favor of voyage the policy: that the south should herealtS'

"1 ,. Father of his Country and tar that object he further submission-that 'submission' which I The summer is upon'us now in earnest, have no additional territory. This i it the sen.

I JI submitted to the consideration:! of the meeting'he will prostrate the rights of the South and with and I sympathize for our friends in New Or, timent ,of the compromise bills,as Sft.'Web-

< !II following,resolution: the loss of all she holds dear, fix upon her people I leans who can't! get away. I remember; It ,i ster understand them,or the speech frum'which:

.1 tgDAuTt htiEait iTEaINtr Rtlotted/1'hnt wo arc the I friends of George the indelible stigma of dishonor. ; the above extract i is made is a lie !'
t[ Or RIGHT* Axe was so hot at this season some years ago that
Washington I Esq., and will sustain him in Once more. What: more pliant instrument (I' Since the pissage ofthose bills,the'whole
' J. CCSISTAXCt TO ALL WHO OPPOSE THE*. the coming; election for President against all can, the Noith desire, to sut'sem her purpose, i the most of the ink of the newspapers would : development of opinion in the north furnishes

.. I-' ST. AUGUSTINE 5th other candidates. while she is piling her burthens upon the'Mouth usually transfer itself: to the bands of the t similar proofs, and )'ut.there. are m enamong

I JULY 18i. Gentlemen, said Mr. Jones," the Chair than an Executive of such a Stale a* Georgia, readers, and on one occasion a gentleman, arrayed I Ul ttho not only submittu thcwebills.butre. I

is' now about to put the questio-i. The who submissively yields to the will ot Congress I jOicc over them In cower meetings f f
; 1 We are requested to announce to ,the public Chair hopes that every tmo will declare his ; who, like Cobb, denies the mht of for coolness in a jacket and white pantaloons men can receive the votes of,n slave district suck

1: 1 I that a Ferry has .bel'n.established by the sentiments for or ncainst. All those in favor secession; and counsels coercion on the part chancing: to sit down upon a ( then slavery is.forever doomed '! liey are

,: .. Board of County Commissioners, over the ; of the resolution wi Usay':: ayp.' ot the federal government against any acceding copy of the "Bulletin," greatly edified the the true auxiliaries ot the anti-slavery spirit

' The was'-like the shout of ,, State ? ol the-north, and, in our opinion in
f :r: River St. Sebastian at the old 'Bridge Site;, response many spectators. by rising with a/ac simile of steam I ;ho re-
.') I voices II On the other hand: what stronger obstaclescan suits of their triumphs, lire no better than
, and that the person, ( Mr. Robert Mickler ) Now for the opposition," said ')[r. Jones: bu thrown in the way of northern &gres- i er Vignettes, 'cotton sate advertisements" &c. freesoilors. We would just as leave set. such: r

t 4/ who has! been appointed to keep He Same: 11 all otthc contrary mind say no. I sion, than the election as Governor, of one who & upon the scat of 'his "Bloomers. a man as Summer represent us.asune: of this

c, is prepared to cross foot passengers from Not a'voice was" heard. The dead silence I like McDonald, believes in tho rights ofthe A man named John Scully took n singular character.

: ,' this date and that by the Lath instant he will seemed to confuse Mr. Jones a little and he II States, and u willing to assert them t The election method of suicide yesterday lie vent into Mr. Webster, it will be recollected 1$: claim
:said! ," Gentlemen, do vole. The Chair can't of the former invites, and of the latter, ed to be one of tho;c who stand at the head uf-"
)1. j be provided with a Flat and other' moansto decide a disputed question when nobody votes prevents, aggression.In Hart's, the Pawnbrokers':: nnd oft red to pawna the best conservatism of the north ami yet heavers ::

i i Across Carriages &c. &c. the following arc t'other side, so that the country may know conclusion, what will be the result at the Revolver which the ahop-keeper had refused that no new slave territory shall be admit.,

i the rates of ferriage established by the Co. whoa: re the true friends of Washington. North, of the election in Georgia? It is already to receive of him the Jay before because it led tttat if New Mexico and Utah should choose

l" a j I I D_..' Upon this appeal one o/ the audience .jorcshadowed. 'Almost the entire North sym to adopt that institution titer cannot be
'y a UUiI. .. was loaded. He now alleged that it was un- constitQ.
,. : i- :.i and{aid! .thit. ,he perceived dilemma ; athizcs wjih lr4.jtGttb.-HiS election will bei uoiort-, bal or. in the
,c.-,: r r: :p uf'er. eaebllUlJJ1Q.: ', -i ,n I If Hail.ui tysi; iu flf" otev
1 .... viii tlt0 Carr.fiW'pfttald!dam, t n fn i ad r P.fQl .
F W*
II .1 ** f >"v**
1J.c"b.fu4" W 9 V.* V '
.. I j' .' and horse -, f" 18c. relieve him from such nv": he pro- Ireling State, na glorious triumphihota the latter was itt the act pulling the trigger union, she, whs all( l1erwenlth and inflnUo "

,.. { I siiiglo horsp, waggon posed amend his n'solut an by adding after frce-soil triumph, that which is next akin to the man suddenly stepped in front of the pistol resources, shall be rejected Nay, more, that

: :1- J or buhgevwith horse nn.l driver 25 c.M the nnrne Washincton" and, 'John Junes fur it. Its effect will be, to stimulate aggression ; and the ball passed into his breast, causing the only barrier to the abolition of slavery it i
:'w I. im horse Wag loll or- Congress. II I accept the amendment, slid and under the conviction that the South will I congress It was to aid in the attainment

.r- .. ; I buggy, with horse und driver each Mr. Jones: and the Chair will now put the I bear,, everything, to urge on her foes to the con- his instant death. The coroners verdictwas these objects that Mr. Webster supported the

, i j ,",-Way, u7:Jr.a question ns amended. i' summation: so devotely wished for them.What in accordance with the above facts. compromise, or, as we have said, his Buflalo

., : *, : .u Cart, horse atrd driver, ," AI! who are- in favor of Gen. Washington will be the effect of Gov. .McDonald's election.It Yesterday Poad & Co's. immense rosin oil speech is fraud-.1 lie. .

t.: 1 J; each way, 33: c fur President and ,John Jones for. Congress will proclaim Crum et-tongued, that Georgia factory on Staten Island; was destroyed by If such principle as these do not open tlur
It' has awoke It will tell the ofuur to the of tjie
will please say nye from her slumbers. eyes people progtess north
fire. The esablishmen! of Michael Hi-
k. ; Gulf and Atlantic Hail Road. Ave. aye, said Jones and his brother North, that the South has rights that Georgia large and rhea trocious: character of the compromise

,;, ;" We'understand that the meeting of stockholders I Sam.: The Chair hesitated put the contrary is determined to maintain them; and that if Icy, Esq is on the same Island, and in ,full bills,then they! arc blind, and deserve the fate
, it;: .1: for organizing the Atlantic and Gulf "said a hundred voices. aggression reaches the line desingnatcd by her operation. He manufactures from rosin the which seems to be prepared fer them. ,

: I Rail Road Company, which has been notified ," All op-op-oposed say no. platform!, that her p.ople cut loose from the best tanner's and painter's oil, and oil for ma- Alabama Planter.
:- > .c Nu "thuiilecd! the congregated multitude. leading strings of demagogues and aspirants
i It is novel business and destinedto )
' < for some time past, and postponed from lime for national honors, are determined, at all hazards chinery. a SOUTHERN. WRONGS: AND THEREMEDY

to time has been again postponed until the Chair and assert be important. A concern in Brooklyn *
; i Gentlemen, said Mr. Jones, the to. the ,last extremity, to
I! 2d Monday in October. perceives l that there are folks in his meeting : them. is manufacturing an oil to burn in solar The Southern people,generally and the pc.).

. This is a long poslp nemcnt. We' hope it what don't belong to our party; they have '- lamps.[ plo of Mississippi in particular, com lainof'the '
come here \nagitate. I therefore adjourn this Nc\r ; the action ot Congress last year, becauw;
: York Correspondence
Is not ominous, it excludes them from a vast, empire '
I. meeting. Upon which he left the chair NEW YORK, June 21,1851.Of I I1J" Mr. Webster in his late speech at Buffalo the of acquired; ,
mainly by bravery Southern
amidst shouts 'and huzzas for 1Vashing'on'and s UIKM,
used the
03 Shoulder Arms ..EO curses for John Jones course the appalling intelligence of the i "I 1,regret extremely following that notable slavery words exists: in the and by money collected from tire Southern
Tlioae also
recent disastrous tires in San Francisco, and acts manifest an ai<>re<-
the lastaccountiwe learn that War I' southern states, nnd that Congress has not sive disposition: on the of the
part rJCri1fCu-
has re-com'menced:between he Haytiens' and Election for Governor in Georgia. Stockton produced a great sensation in, Wall power to act upon it." ernmr'ut, which justly alarms them f fur tin
field street. We have too much at*stake in San How long such; a barrieras this will stand future. :

: Dominican Here is a for the true Pa \VC give the issue between the two Candidates Francisco to hear such news; wi.h perfect i against slavery is what we should like to Under these difficult and embarrassing: cir-
triots. Let the enthusiasm which so exists know. Probably nine-tenths of the people in
Governor in
Georgia as presentedby I eumstanees;the arises what'snstTl
in question
equanimity but there ii no use crying over wu ,
in the hearts of fifcn for the the free states believe that has the
our young Congress
the Federal Union ot the 24th ult. I do. It steins to ii> to it au answer call
spilt milk, or in being"cross"tts too many in alluded to. To these abolitionists easily
Cuban power men--TO
liberty of Iho. for want be
now pent up given. .
The Sons of of whom there
. Georgia: are many
, of this neighborhood were. at their losses., Quitea -in short, to the whole tribe of nggrcssors I.:t there !be demand f
organizhtion, burst forth in aid of tne Dom. I a )r amending; the<
in Florida will here learn the true pos -Mr. Webster thus holds out encou
that number of merchants. here were badly"scorched" territorial bill I ,, by repealing the Mexican
g r inicans. Whet Southerner is there would t:ion of Mcs*. Cobb and McDonald. The I the of "ventures"* ragement. His opposition to slavery is checked laws on the subject of slavery. This
back while there i is or'r by burning by Congress check which in the would
hang a war s going Whigs have nominated no Candidate of their merely leave Utah and New A'exicu *a that the cni '
which they had sent to San Francisco onconsigntna present ffthe free suites, will boon be
on in our ,vicinity., Let the standard for'the own party, but are supporting Mr. Cobb, progress grant from a M ave Slate could take his pro-.
removed. It isthisron i-leration
One here is easily
-nt. hfause very sour
rescue 'of the while man,from massacre by the i Iacr:} there ns well as 6m? of the free Stores
whom buta short time used
against ato they which has chnn ed the Sumner
: Seward
policor -
.' over the loin of 16, 00 gallons of vinegar, V/e i-hould alao; dt-man I n division of !
" blacJ'bo but once ,rt\iced and twenty thousand. !.he following: : .'language," .' fr. Cobb a political the flooded and John Van Buren :1t i is this which is of California, on the line of 33 30 the State
with which it consignee either 6v
as"noble spirits as ever shouldered 'a musket trickster *'a betrayer of the South. "a southern making the abolitionists strong Union men. purchase or cession, u:, by asking the volun ,
his store to prevent it from 'conflagration They see no check to' their aatresiats i but *
: : :' will befound rallying around! it with Northern that: tarv consent of the of
; f ; man primiplis It mitt: ;it-uplu California.;
bright idea and entirely successful. But Congress aid that they arc preparing to re
a ; and
f ". y;, A falsepolicy! and mistaken philanthropy IC Yhigs cannot loiefur. II.iwe\Fcr notwi'h- move. the repeal of every law, that would

t{. i:. t' has placed Domingo in her present position. standing all this i Mr. C.>bb i is now jist: tae: now the vinegar, if on hand again, would But, again, said Mr. Webster : prevent that line.the existence This of slivpry, SouAot

, '! Be this : it it is for withholding bring a rousing price* being scarce.It "If 'ho South wished from consent would be 'givetrreadily '
J. : as may, no cause man for Whig .votes !.! Tais is Mraijry: any concession as many in that t
While is that the California fires him they would not it, not hair's breadth persons 'Suite nra_;
?jJ ti aid fo the"; { Inhabitants oTlfiat[ not unlikely get a : anxious such
j. any thing fqr success. for '! division, bcoauv ih Staiq
.' island. They look to the Southern States fort > i will lend to several failures in thi4 city, and "Ho had always contended that nny mea- h too largiWe should further demand$ lh i
THE DIFFERENCE. I ; sure calculated to add to the slave territory of -
t J.' r aid.V! are not aware of any Treaty between ncDounld.Cobb.; will be fJt nnre q> less at various other the United States was unconstitutional. lie ,itu repeal' of the law nbalMting the of'
.r the negroes of St.( Domingo :and the prominent points throughout tl}( ..UtllteJ States, never would consent that there bo one foot ot slate trade in the District of CnJumbm. If

I" '. ; I American Government, u'hichould be violated Some of our Uuion-whig con tern porarie*, uDut it is an ill wind that blows nobody any slave territory beyond what the old thirteen the, South lead permits that law to stand, it will, '
soon to :ne abolition
since Mr. Cobb favors: the Georgia: pl.ittorm; of slavery in tho
slates had at the fonnJution of the Univn.I .
: \ in assisting the whites that island. good, ant: the building mechanics in San District und ot the slave
rl't nnd Gov. McDonald regards it as aiuhonta-: Never never never !" trade between the.
k tive, nnd not to be disturbed; in ?:hey worn, Francisco aro now earning ten dollars. A I The Savannah Nuns, n independent Slate

I : Desecration of the Anniversary of since both are opposed to resistance on account correspondent! of mine who had be"in tolling in (politics, and pledged to the paper platform of the dcinaii'Id.A Union of thu .South would! nbain all!,these
of past aggressions ask what is Urn to soum e.xleat in-
in the niountnins of Sie.va Nevada for nearly Georgia Convention, II.M the following article '
American difference between them, and why Cobb a demnify us for the past, nn t
may for
I Independence, this security
on the Delta
two with little success notwhhst.m-- speech, as quoted by : "
past the future
years unit
well be McDonald.The I perpetuate the Unio
not as supported ;y.
By the admission
I of Texas she is
[ The Heroes of the Revolution, who so no. dltft renc between thorn is marked) and !: ding his 'regular and) economical habits had: entitled to terms subdivision u into t\voor more,states, Wo respecttulltsuggest! ihese thin/ to the

bly redeemed, the pledge made one to another obvious, Mr Cobb has dared the compromise 1 come down to an Francisco, with scarcely which were to ba admitted into the Union as friends ot the South, m this and the oiher

of their lives their fortunes, and sacred to be'fair, liberal and jest, placingthe enough of the du to pay his passage home, slave states, and although a large portion of Southern the It the. June convi-n-ion of

honor rescue their country from tyranny: South in a better condition than she has: I' when the recent ,great fire came near finish her territory has been given 'oVer to free uil Democratic State! Rights party would
been tor twenty years He approves the I our SUJ.nesions as the bays of
I recommended by words and example: that the little he hud( and himself too. But by the late'compromise,vet she has sufficientarea a platform
) Georgia platform, on the ground, that not ing for one, or perhaps two new states. In we can carry the State by a rmjuriiy o(
the anniversary of their great' achievment having: been assailed, the South had no right; the catastrophe brought his services into great time"she will claim admission far these states twenty thousand. If ,hn State. lays down,

_" Shoifldbe observed as a national jubilee and to complain. Gov. McDonald, on the'other demand He had been in Boston a mister into the Union, which claim will be supported such a ... / :Southern Htat'-s would

,1 J: tuheredtn with a ringing of bells fitting nftannm hand, has declared the compromise to be illiberal I mason, by trade, and Messrs. Adams '& C?. by the southern people unanimously. 'Georgia the du thesaine South, -which Tuis| .would lead to a 'Union of
unfair and unjust, placing the South who H important and essential
and of bonfires. enlisted him the removal of the in declaration of rights has gone .
: Ijrurritng in a condition in which she I is driven from > to supcrinted the of all 10 SUCCe
into doubtful
f I By"common action have .Amerlcan hearts every foot of soil in'the new territories, leaving j i smoking ruins of their former premises, nnd planted herself rear firmly 'upon the pretensions principles and of We. shall clojc: this article: by asking tha

r: '.f{ responded thereto, and his left to St Aug. those territories in the bands of frecsoil- act as 'the daily surveyor of the muteriJills !. justice and the constitution,.h bound by her attention and serious connl rarion of these

.' tisane alone to pervert nations day to. pol ers, ultimately to become free States, to be I and construction of the extensive and duty to herself, as well as the pledge of her sate suggestions the Union, by every man who wants tee P re-
.. united with the other States in underminingthe and the rights of the States
S( itical clap trap. :, institution of slavery, and spreading desolation : substantial Fire Proof building, which they convention slave to insist upon the admission: of rind liberties of the peo?';.-Jacks.Jnian. .

I It is here, instead of n celebration in which over the entire South. He abidesby ': have had erected, upon the site of their old new in the Union states Mr.as Webster a condition declares ot renmiriing that: he! i i'j'0

. r j ,all citizens are invited to join,not only, in the the Georgia platform, not because it meets. office. His compensation for this unexpec will never, never consent to such admission. PIC r URES.

i preparation but participation, we have IiI his approbation, but ,because it is: th" handy !ted job (he writes me) will be liberal and it Is i tnut time, then, for our people to begin to trast The i>following represented significant hv and striking con

I a notice of which the following work of the people of 'sovereign State, against him much he would consider what they are to expect f from the tnoCiieravrGaZ'tfs : ,
'. party under whose expressed will, he has not the, ; will probably yield as as Northern Union which Mr. Webster PATEIOTMI or \.6.-- -It is trite, Sir,

is copyr-viz: right to rebel. 'make in'a whole year at home. isa prominent member parly at Ifwp.'aresJncere: that nearly alt I have is il1lh"towu'' Boston;

TM Friends end Supporters of our glorious But this i is not the only difference between I but it the expub ton of the British true p and
I I saw in Adams & Co's. office.to day a charming our, devotion to the vital principles laid down
.' a ,Union and Constitution, opposed') Session or these gentlemen. If Mrs Cobb's speech in : of in the Georgia Resolutions, we can place no liberties ot my country demand That they -
or "great1 gob" gold ore, be burned
; specimen I to ashes i i.4ue
his theorder and let
Savannah, was correctly reported by ,
reliance those who exhort to Union
Disunion Barbecue on us
", are invited to partake of a
c, t own friends and it his mputh-piece, the Athens t! entirely free from quartz or other alloy, and while they in the same breath denounce and the cannon blaze awn--j (oa ;

at the Povjoud Houses Seguts Point on Friday Banner, has not given forth a false echo,, weighing 37 oz and 10 dwts- Its value is about repudiate the principles which we hold as iudispcnseblo the floor or the .,

I 4th 0/July, Anniversary if our Nations Indedamsnot -, Mr. Cobb denies: the right of a State to secede i $700. The California Gold dust department 'to our existence in the Union. that,PIMM all or I ,-lh--ft is lru,. sir, >
I, the aside all and concedes to the federal government, nearly have the world is in South
inviting laying The Charleston the
I 'Newsone of most
Adams & Co's. New York office looks likea mo-
pen into : in ; but if the expulsions
of enemies
I the
the to subjection .
right coerce U so'er.eign
derate southern in South Carolina
= 1 differences for general, but to theputting papers ,
,wa\, : political State In other words, the 'premises being < banking house. of the Slate: and the !liberties, equality honor
thus refers to the matter :
on the Union ",,cover for a special, admitted, Mr. Cobb holds the 'old federal Argenti. styled in the San Francisco pa- Mr. Webster affirmed in his Buffalo speech and lives of my fellow citizens demand that i I"

,, assembling;.under, invitation betraying( in its doctrine, that: ours is a consolidated, and not jc.ra.the; Prince Bankers: wa,. jjerr fortu that the! admission of ncslu ..ante.I.J\'Qufd< my the ordofMKul property shl\,1..J ,C!l>-thft be burned to ashes: ; KSJM .1 a

t w- -- .4ibia..'tbc tr e.object"'eJpecte tajbe.gabf a limited !oernrriont.Gov.1dJooaid,on the nate"in- sating, hb4>uildlffg from -t.
band hold that State has the my
_,)j Tt'" r. ... other a rigbft8eCrde no more consession in relation to slavery
w' and consequently thai the federal arm 'It was fireproof and cost him a 'large sum, -that what was conceded to the old thirteen nway.... -Southern Patriot,. I

1111. manteuyre reminds us of one by John cannot reach her alter her withdrawal from the but- not so much but what Un rent of it t for must remain the limit of those concessions.This --- MODESTY. ---

one* who once tried to get up a" John Jones Union: In other words, ho maintains the ,i three years could defray the wholo expenditure. Buffalo speech has unveiled the Massachusetts Modesty adorns virtue '
of" The and old republican doctrine, that ours is a federative as bashtulness ornaments
e Party.; under the guise true I statesman. He stands before the American beauty it harmonizes
l with
: consolidated! and a just s nsa.
not a
self-confessed. If
t "I, only Sons oftle Father of his Country, of their That of the not used public purpose wastoconcil.te of character, os moderation harmonizes with _
IV1 that the States by virtue sovereignty portion building by northern for
the Presidency
I support It
he with joslicc. heightens
wfco exhibited before got through dignity
l but I have the right to protect themselves and himself be rented to/ others for $4,500 per the south ought to be satisfied u ith this exhibition enhances character; ,as
S i lhaf was not so much the advancement nil invasions their simplicity greatness. It adds to merit
his object their people trom reserved
It of candor.
and he probably
; month now obtains double spontaneous purpose the same charm which candor *
:' of General Washington as it wastoeplbMn rights. stands avowed by one of the leaders of north ness of heart. What is adds to
Jones into Congress. We give But these are not all the differences be rent.Enoch ern parties-the great intelligent exponent of of excellence modesty Is It nota
tween these two gentlemen. Mr. Cobb be Train, Fsq. the owner of the brag northern opinion-that there is to be so deep and true,.. that
find it leaving our readers more the observance of
: the sthry as we longs to a party, many of whom driven to ships of Boston had a quantity of lumber in concession to slavery-not a jot or little. It is ? duty appears a natural
believing this finesse will secede thing Is it hot ?o sincere a desire for what
ronke application, adopt the Georgia platform, from the time be cribbed confined to its
to to
San Francisco at pf' the fire, previously present territorial is excellent, -that
, s did the one of John Jones., it, und take another position or fighting line, limits. what is wanting ii much
trill end a"Joie' valueless, but since cold for thousand more than
870 .
: a perceptible what is
aggressions reach that alraidy obsincd -
moment new
f Josti PASTT.-At the time ofthe, t.e These extracts give a fair account of the
r uf Washington to the Presi-ij which they have prescribed in their platform by which he has netted 610,000, and re- character of Mr 1 ebster'e speech. ? Is it not so pure a love for what i i.good,

denctfthfre first election was a party m Virginia called of December last. We have already beard reived the first remittance to day. I know of Our readers will recollect that the friends of the that approbation it forgets the of reward others 7Dxsr reserved for merit In ",

II tAt ,l'ofutJoacs party. Now the said John some of them denounced as "prospective fire a concern in San Francisco who had an immense the compromise in the ,south declared that that .

j r Jonesi was, a man of talent, and a plotting eaters," because they have declared their stock on band which might have measure was made less objectionable becauseit PEYXLOKKST-'See here, Gumbo wbf
adhere to the strict letter of the ;
1 ,shrewd: fellow, possessing all the requisites! intention to Mr. Coob believing, as ha'professesto I swamped them had it not been for the fate fire, forever set at'rest the Wilmot proviso.At am you like a black guard !'
to platfurm. the north NYebslersaid
personal popularity. that the
i north 'Ncber dat
politician except in the
of a guess world I ain't
overcome. this deficiency ,In a contest with do, the compromise! a blessi1;; 1s the very I but the same catastrophe which had beggared gained all that was gained by it. Mr.Clay declared black fool.* ,coz rou

'i'; ; I To a more popular candidate for Congress, John man to cool off the ardor of these, 'prospecilive f others has doubled the value of their pod.. to the west, in equivalent terms, that You is, honey, coz you watches nusn Jim" **

t f.;: :.. I 1/I early!''avowed hirmblfatthe: peculiar and de- fire-eater among his submission friend? and 'I leadoff Among all the California adventurers none. the south gained nothing but saved her honor. store and you'a not a berry white'guard/:
his ( standard
1' all he rally to
and this can How she saved her honor after "
i'' friend Washington, upon been :I losing 'Now Pete-dat *
i Toted' take of them have more successful'and deserving evey am very surpmin and com-
", I I endeavored' to place his rival in opposition ihu induce Georgia to "steps back- thing else, he was wi:e enought not to "
I" pOint out his object ho called a ward." (:nv. McDonald, on the other hand of notice than those, which went. from I I tell his hearers. attemptto blustiliicrting to calculate ; but n'jrg r' 'why
1 To carry is like
: to.tiatt'of the people of 4 county friendly belongs to a party, who, while they will; adhere New London, New Bedford and Nantucket. I I The speeches of Mr. Clay and the speeches him you: a. gentleman' ? Dab, t dat, ,slump "

of Gen. ashmcton. On the to the Georgia platform, are determined ] amiable three of Mr Webster show what the .
: I to the election *' backward." They J The very pound Jumps, before north gained. 'Bress my soul, Gumbo, I neber link ob.dat2gibs 4I
take iva-.t no
Mr. Jones appeared, and was to no *teps BIr. Webster that he bu ,
nted, ', destined for says alvays
da ftp po alluded to,, was one or the other conlen.tkdlthat her up' "
line -
) ultimatum new lighting but exj!
no :
made 'chairman. Hey new it
unconstitutional I
friend was
MnHM of a: ; : b hlc peeling to be forced tu the one already design. of the above named places. and that add to the slave Yah, yah?-so does t sensible as T is-been ,

'; neat the life proceedings And ser\'lrel.. ;ft Washington, culogiumSponiihe aced, are determined to stand., upon it, and to I learn. as I write, that the U. S. mail,: steam.:'II I II making of, another be'never foot of such will territory.consent to. the de linking start.rf"'J of. it tree'da].s and fudder'din, I was at :

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WAttstsoTox, Saturday May 3 1. FOR TEE FOOBTH :OF JV&T 1806. to cling--some, it was supposed, Crrr or ST. AtocsTWE.At { 18 HEREBY given that six weeks from data

At receaj circumstances have created ft con. 7'uJle-Yankee D odlt. hunk from fear alone.-The sharks had tasted a Meetlag of.the City Council i I thai I apply to the JudO of Probate for.

*p'W ta degree of Interest in these claim*, Yankee tune the blood,and were not to bo driven from their of this City,held the day by a resolution of the the county of St. Jobns, Florida for Inters :
t si ifeer art likely hereafter to a'tM\ct.orne is the ,I feast. By great exertion oguin tbo boat was Board the Mayor wssauthorised to offer a reward of Administration upon he estate ot the late
.. Americans delight in; )I[ righted and two i in her the rest bad I and William Harvey, deceased
1en' 1 will live a brief sketch of their I men were of riTe Hundred Dollars for the, apprehension :
to which I think historical associations, 'Twill do to whistle ting for play, all perished. The two survivors resolved with conviction of the person who made an attempt to JAMES EDWARDS. ,

Arithi tab, nut of very ancient date will lend furtiler And just the thing tttflgating., .. gallant! hearts, to redouble their exertions. 'set fire to the dwelling house of Col. J. H. Alcls-' June 28th 26-6wk.
1It Cnorus -Yunkte D >dle, tyoys; Huzza They lightened the boaf sufficiently. not to be .TOSS on the night,of the 18th instant. ,

I iaterart Dawn out.idtvptAe midde easily overset. The voracious monsters endeavored In compliance with said resolution I hereby ofler Estate of Dr. Andreyw Anderson, de. 4j
ft will not be new to many readers of Tin Yankee Doodle,:jjfo, sol. la, to upset! the boat; they swam tie its a reward of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLA R3: for the eeased.lTotlce"js .
?,ev; that in 1813-tt an inl-nse deSire exited Trumpet, drum amiJlddle. apprehension and conviction of said incendiary.
r side in seeming for their but
; anxiety ; hereof
prey given, that in thirty days from
southern of the to Information
in the portion country A suitable reward willat.o be given for any
then a' Should Great Britain Spntjj or France, after waiting some time they scparted.: of the individual 1,. the i date hereof I will apply to the Court of
alkfeElnrida. very flourishing Spaneh The two rescued in of the horrors that may lead to discovery Probates of Johns leave .
wealth And the 01saaisb Wage war upon OUr-.lloi'o, sir, seamen, spite concerned therein. County, for to sell so
thraldom have been
individuals who
{ colonr.l1rb'r desire that We'll lead them such a wqtundy dance they had visited soon fell olleep,n d were the or Given under may hand at the'City of St. Augn much of the Real Estate of Dfc. ASDEMW AxstaSOJT .*.

exists with prosscvloarrtbesjarac relen-ace! to Cuba. now They. '11 find their toes are' sore, sir, s next day fortunately picked up by a-vessel.CHESS. tine,the 19th day my ot June 1851. liabilities. DECD.thereof as will be sufficient to pay fhe debts and ; .
I Yankee Doode4c. ,' E.B. GOULD Mayor. ; and in sir reostha from thiI'te". ,
_ Accordingly a hand of FilUbuslcrs" defended [ .--A proof of the originality of British I will apply the said Court for my final dicharge, as ,.

upon the Peninsula nnd, in thu lan Should a haughty foe .expect manners is the genuine regard ot the English NOTICE TO TRAVELER Executrix of said estate. ,

tttiee of an American ottcrr in hill report to To give our bars a caning for the of chess. Toward the end of the CLRISS \ C. ANDERSON Executrix.
We 'if, find ;boys have larnt game April:!'G-Gm.
tfee Government their track wan marked bypilJtge guess they our year 1848 Captain Thomaswho for six months
and murder. EonWv&a A Attic bit of trainir.g. i iYenkee I1I
confegrotinn They found had been playing a game of chess with Mr.
c [happy pro otnat, they left Had .olal on." Doodle i ictc.I'll Williamson was ordered to the Cape of Good Administrators Notice.

i Mr. Monroe Onyernment recognized the act, wager noEl mug of,flip, Hope. The gentlemen agreed to continue the I SIx Months after the date hereof, I THOJUS

and cent U. 8.troops to aid in taking po.-c ,ion. And bring it on thIS tiblo, game by correspondence, the stakes being )and: estate, administrator, which were of of all Robert and singular Hotehinsoa.thegoods .

Bpsintben at war f rth! England was Kind to Put Yankee -abpard a! 690 made, several .
Boys "bipj) guineas. They moves by senior deceased, at the time of his death spply _
1t'V8j |lire:*oe of hei Tcrrjtory.! It was one To goat| them tbt ty ur'AbJ letter, but Capt. Thomas during a Cufire bat- N ORDER to live and; let live the price to the Honorable Judge of Probate, in and; .for Bt;;

atilt' ;t+hts ;! """' "\ .iTJ1! .. ''A J g,,.M.4ounfU'>i<, MdHii aHBefora.djrLak.However i si Ktffft Far to and from:Plcolats;nn andrir Joins County the State,of Florida for a fiaalstttleV.mem '

) tiutp Tlten..rr tbcfgo't tt1'II'; f 1 ; .,\. ". .,'f' htttfteW dp:" "' fB 'Ia. Jcfi. lilcf,trfUitljr16St;, tbd"Ta'p'lJslltir' ; ,tt tnjt ecoouti; and,ioia:fiaal. tfbtfiara. &wiJ''I.
tamed by ULtOl.uuw tho Spanish p Inhabitants V to'denagetl:from thelawlea'incur.ion. I rather guess, they ril 1 rind y too, combining\) alt the Possshieor Pto ti6Wmovchof I foV Person and TrunkF. 5- ;,* the Tlu'ministntion aforessfdt' *" '* & ".r.; ,

his adversary, he terminated the nnd I .BRIDIER. THOMAS DOUGLAS.
of the marauders and tbo We've got a set oftonguey Qlades, game i 1
then replacing the men, enjoined ono of his June -28tb 26 4U. Administrator.St .
T' outtalk if to,
States *, which damato should bo m they -re
United troop
club colleagues play out tho Mr. Augustine, April, 12th. 1851.
Ascertained by "procelsorluw," under United' Yankee Doodl, cc. I Williamson agreed, Aid after a game.struggle of ADAMS & 'CD'S .. .

States authortljr-the aggressor thus having American's a dandy place; i three mouts between himself and the testamentary 1tJ otlce is hereby given to all whom it may inter
everything in his own hands. The people arc nil brothers: 'executor of Copt. Thomas which .1'11 est tint I shall as ancillary Administrator the '

The treaty was negotiated in 1819. In And when one's got n punkinpye, I of course, all the London amateurs interested estate of Francis P.Sanchez,deed haTing as such ad-

1841 Congress Authorized "the Courts cmtab- lIe shares it i, with the bthcrs. 1 [, I themselves intensely, the latter v.as declared ,. I minbtrator the control or management of real estate '
'" in Florida the property of infant heirs of said estate.make .
lashed At St. Augustincnnd Pensacoh" to receive Yankee Doodle ]$c. tho victor. '
w application to the of the Circuit Court of
and adjust" tbo claims arising under II This, adds tho Journal.is one of the rarest ,I
We work and sleep and pray in peace the Eastern Circuit of Flinch at the next Term of +
of thoTrrn.ury
this treaty reserving to tho Secretary and (most curious incidents'thut we {ecalLUnion said Court to beholden the of St. 7
thrive i at City Augustine
the awarding, if in By industry we sir, ., NEW YORKAMD J
power to reject And if a drone won't' do his part, '. \' r J in and for the Count of'.\). Johns for authority to
. hU Judgement they failed to come 'within the We'll scout him from ihi hive sir t. Dlvi Lon flfo. 35, Suns of sell said Real Estate. .

provisions of the Treaty. Temperance. :IYEW ORLEANS PETER BENET.
under Yankee Doodle] 4 c.And /
These commissioned! Courts, acting
of un- DAY .. Ate regular 'meeting of this Division, heldon EXPRESS.. Ancillary Adminfctartor..
treaty stipulation, count, proceeded Ihf on INDEPENDENT St. Augustine,April 5th. 1851.
derthe laws and usages of nations in findings (And who's a better right tot) the 30th June,tho following Brothers were .

s. awards. We cut and drink, and sing and play duly:elected officers for the ensuing ten : OFFICES : Notice.A .

I r It her long been a settled principle and And have a dunco ut night, too. 'Brother R. B.Canovn, W. P. 16 18 & 19 Wall st. New-York. 11 persons having any claims or demand j

practice among leading civiliqed nations to Yankee Doodle tfc. > I :39 Main st.. Hartford Ct. against the estate of HQIKT KLDSSI,late of St 1
; Jchn Usina W. A. I
receive and interest as of the damages 56 State M., Newllu'cn, Ct. Johns, deceased,as creditors, bt JSltgateelorother-,
in pay of seizure or destruction: of Our girU! are fair our bofsaro tough i : A. F. Gould, R. 8. 162 Baltimore st., Baltimore. wiseare\ hereby notified to present them to the sab j'
caws Our old folks wise nnd
healthy: scriber within two front the date hereof,
or they
Alexandt-r Solana R. Av. Washington.
For instance; case of seizure or ; f A. S. Pennsylvania ,
property. And when we've thing ire want '
every will be forever barred. ADJ'pef'Ons indebted to the
destruction of a vessel her valua and interest We cuun'thnt we tie wealthy. i ; M A. A. Bravo F. S. 7 Fourteenth st., Richmond, Ya.Bosu estate are required to make immediate payment.

on that value,up to the period of payment, is Yankee Doodle't 4-c. i : Paul Arnnu,T. Washington st,. n. I F. BRIDIER, Administrator. ,
.1 72: st. New Orleans.
considered equitable damnges. The same Camp -
: Matthias R. AncJreu.C.J Sept.13,1850.
common sensaand common law_principle obtains We're happy free, and wettiq do, I If -
between nations as between individuals. .And connut want for knowledge; 'f i 14 John Manucy, A. C. \ NOTICE TOPdSSBN6BBS.ON NOTICE is hereby given to all concerned; that .
,six months after date hereof .
Thip is so laid down by all the t"ommt.'ntl\tor for almost every mile or;, two j x ,James Ponce 1.8. Judge of probate ofgt. Johns County; for present'tothe settle -'

on the Law of Nations,Vattel,'Wheaton, Kent, ",.You fin4a school or coU ge. 1 Andrew Lopez O. 8. meat and allowance, my accounts as Executor: of .
Grotiua and others. The United States Supreme Yankee Doodle tfc.
the Estate of Francis
Thos. T. Russell P.V.. P. Triay late of said County

tins Court rnainta has'ned affirnvd it in It.and case arising our Government with The land we till is all our ownVhnte'er ; Union' Division meets regulaily every Mqn- and after the 10th,day of June, the day of departure I deceased final ,and that I shall auhe'llJOe time, ask for 4

oilier ,Governments, scores upon scores of \ the price. wit paid it; day, night at the Hall of the Sons oLTein: er- ,of the stean packet.MAGNOLIA. my discharge as JOSEPH such Executor.MANUCY, Fxecr.

'times.. Therefore welt fight till alt blue, once in Charlotte street.PROSPECTUS. January 25.1851. '

Justice that "lho measure Should any dare invade ft. OF THE McNELTY "
I Story says, proper CAFT. j
of dnmagrs" in case of illegal 1 capture of Doodle, j-c. "MARION STAR.."' From Savannah to Pnlatka will be TUESDAY, LAWRENCE ANDREU, I ',

a yowl, t*, the prime value end hiteret of. the Since we're so,bless'J. )u('s eat arid drink, arriving SATURDAYconnecting with the DRAPER AND TAILOR. I" _
I day of juJgmt ." .In accordance with these With thankfulness andgladness;; ; ,The MARIO STAR will be devoted to. the Steam Ships CORXER OF CHARLOTTE ST. Asp TSKASCRT USX.
I' 'principles and Usages under which they were Should we kick oter our cup of joy; rights of tho 80mb the Constitution and the FLORIDA AND ALABAMA, WOULD)ESPECTFUL Y Inform ,
bound act the Florida" Court awaited the. Union. the Citizens of st Aug+sdne "
t< It would be tartin mudpess.: '
New York. She will
For continue to leave
I on and the Counties that .
. claimants nt damages, the value and Thejf t7/ principle* of adjoining 641lascongsnttyowtwpda
;, prune Yankee Doodle, $- bdogLho"rgClI raw in. .... F_ Justice which the Union is bnaea, well aclee-
s/pefHccmt&tefgftt.jhat JOe 7'.' y upon ; must CarrlDr.1ae United Slates aiaii ted stock of the best French ih '
the Territory at that time. The World : Wonder.For tho following : be"upTicld-Ih'n 'Con. li 'utto :ll- rRhts find HIterosty .
and Gennaa Broad Cloths
of the 5 uh: must be maintained the For Freight E.igage.nnts or Pa+at! e,having superi Cassi
Tie United States Judges were by no means rcnnrkiiblu: story, wo i.rp indebted. to the scat: Government! earth will. t fall or accommodations, tiute.Uoonn: &.c., epply to the meres and vesting, which he will -
on beneath
liberal with the ponr robbed Spnnynrdp, for Milwaukee Advertiser! : f blows of Northern Captain on board, or to make to order in the most Fashion.
the deadly
of awards out of ,Demagogues, able manner, and upon accoMmo,
they only gave 9100,000 M Mrs Phclr", ,witb of Col. A. P. Pitch s, If and fanatics.: FERNANDEZ.BISHEE & CO.,
Also, that having direct
opened a
of claim In one case, where it dating terms:
$2,225.000 that a plantation! and tllappntra'II Oak Grove died ,in August of 1847, ami. was t. 'The time has arrived when party politics Agents at Jacksonville,or to communication with the First Houses in the name

was clearly, wh proved lely trreckei and its ownernvrn buried in the yard of her'''sonut Oak Grove should l be hushed the South will fail to pres- M. A. COHEN; line in New York,he will have the earliest reports of

: Dodge county.Subsequently. ; I ant that. united front to her em'miewhitoh n i. soessential Agent at Savannah. Fashions from tliat City and from Europe

to Cuba wns worth 01OO,000.theclnim MhM.BT f F._1.:A Ik 1.n i.-. Col. Pholps having taken ltothe inintuinunce; } of A ri institu: Ni B.,. Cutting and repairing done on the shortest.
" anI got s&27,000 atcardrd, n pnn ui wiuuii cic in: Savannah June 3,1851
up his residence at Berlin' on the Fox rivet, tion. notice.
yet waiting fur. When the award nt Inst desired to remove tho body of his wife to that ,Wherever a foe or a traitor to Constitutional O This Steamer will leave Jacksoaviafor Nov. 9.1850. .

came up for payment having been delayedby place and accordingly, the body was disinterred Freedom nnd Southern Liberty"presents Savannah every FRIDAY M ORNINU' ,at o'clock
departmental decision nnd explanatory until further notice
ndver&n for that purposo" Tne grave hud beend himself whether ho bo Whig or Democrat, we ; MECHANICS .
tor the June 7. 27
act Congress twenty-two years no
wide and a plank laid across the aloud and .'* -
then of the Treasury, apparently g usually will "cry spare not 2', INVENTORS' ;
without&cretary'locking into the ra>e *t all, decided same,just above the cutl)n, to prevent the A large: portion of our paper shall a devo FLORIDA HOUSE FORVKENT. AND I
dirt from pressing upon it. The body had ted to Literature Science Agriculture the Arts .
allnrtd it :
intend could not be nt teat not
that been buried three .seven months and of tho I 5 MANUFACTURERS.The ,
years and general' news day. And no pains
in accordance vith tAe /the Depar meal (!]) .
vtage eleven at the lima of the disinterment.On to make the "Marion ,
It lithe rule 01 the Government not days, will be spared Star, in TAE ABOVE well known Hotel inthe
to Interest necessary in ordinary transaction with reaching the (grave, the coffin, which war every respect worthy of the patronage of the I City of St Augustine, being in per- Best Mechanical Paper ,

individuals rey should it do so, large creditors made of pine, and enclosed in an oak box, '* public t'; feet order is for rent for one or more & IN TUG WORLD!

would let thtlr cft.imlUe ns an 'investment, for was found very heavy so much so as to re- D. McCRtJlMON Ed. i rears, with or without the furniture. R1XTII YOr.'I1lDEOFTDE"SCIENTIFIC
qulra the ''strength ,of five men, with some J. AANDREWS&Co.pub.. A. H. COLE. .
the of accumulating, interest a process AM ERILA1L: ,
purpose difficulty, to raise it. On bringing it to the Juno 14th 1851. '
which would subject Government endless surface, it was opened by C"lt Phelps, and EASTERN JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF THE The Publishers of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN ...

, debt. the bndv discovered to bo in a perfect state STATE OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURTOF respectfully give notice that the tiixtx Vbtra
Under this rule the Secretary made: his decision of petrif.iciion. A largo chisel used in opening ST. JOHNS COUNTY.INCHANCDRY. I of this valuable journal, commenced on the tof

without taking-The least rotco( of the was tried upon the bjdy with no more I,have for sale two Families of first rate House September last. The' character of the &1bTJ111: .

fact that the claims! tested upon solemn treaty effect, thjui! if applied to brick or stone. Servants. A. II. COLE. AxuttcAX too well known throughout the country

-r stipulations for the payment of damages, and Tne tylt&o was perfectljr tilled anti the body 'David L. Palmer. Surviving partner June 7th 1831.NOTICE to require a detailed account .f the various subjects'
domestic of the firm of Palmer & Ferris. discussed through its columns.. t
therefore could not bo subjected to as hud nnJ'solid ns a' rock. The face and
rules and ussgea. when first laid out, with the 'TS. is hereby given that I will, Ii-! It enjoys a more ute II T-and infiaential eireola
arms were n! Hannah Loring, Admrs. of Reuben this date ; prevent to the Judge lion than any oilier journal of-$its class in Amen
The ,only was admitted nn,) even heaJ slightly inclined to one side and one Charles Fonclozure.Williata "
principal Loring dseessed, Loriosr, of Probates of St. Johns County ; my accounts as ea. \
that hej been doled out through! m\nv: year. arm n little fallen from iu! original position: W. Loring Frederick Lo Executor of the Estate of John Le/ingaton. late cf It ia published weekly, as. heretofore,in 'Quarto

end ft not nil pnid vet. The claimants do probauly occasioned by the convcyancf. So ring Elizabeth Nunes and Albert Nu said coonty deceased for settlement and allowanceand Form, on fine paper affording at the end of the year/ '

murred to these dccisiuin; and have cvcra'uu'c, perfect wan! the countenance that tho husband nes,her husband. I ,shall.at the lime time ask from said lodge an Illustrated Encyclopedia, of over' FOOT Hundreyl

been endeavoring to obtain what they were could a once recognize her easily 4- APPEARING to the Satisfaction of the Letters of dismissal from my Extc1norsbip or said Pages, with an Index and from Fire to Bbc Haadred .

awarded by the United Suites Courts.. Tiiisis m')ng a thousand corpses. He xlesigni: immediately I IT by affidavit,made ia this Cause, that the Estate, Original E.graringstlelCribed by letters sf reference:;.

the sum acd substance of the Florida claim creeling an ample brick structure Defendants, Charles Loriog. William W. Loring. JOSEPH A. STRISCIIKA, Executor, besides' a vast amount of practical infonaatkoxeoneerning t

U(. Webster has recently given an opinion around ho ,grave, and as this( striking evidence Frederick Loring, Elizabeth Nnnes and Albert A. of John Levingston deceased the progress of Scientific and Medxanicallmpravements -.

In favor of their raliJity+ in his usual lucid of the wonder workings of nature, Nunes, her husband reside beyond the Jurisdictionof April 12th, 1851. Chemistry,Civil Engineering ManuSe-. ..
1\1e.1n which he portrays the binding obligations may bo thought) worthy of 'scientific exam this Court out of the State of Florida, but ia the 1 1- NOTICE. turiag in its various branches,Architt Mart,Masonry,'
and he U let those States BotanyV in short, it embraces the eatirt taDpor
resting upon this Government to pay ination inquiry, disposed to United weeks after date I shall apply to the '
those wronged Spaniards with such force of the curious: whomiy desire it, take a vies his therefore Ordered, that the Said Defendants, Six: n. Jesse A. Brash Judge of the Probate the Arts and Sciences. "
poor It also feature not 10-.1 ia
of the ns In the coffin, asideyltay"ptettrr Charles Loring William W, torin,. Frederick for Letters of Ad. possesses an original. -
A that lie leave n?> loop holegar corpse appears Court for the county of Putnam,. any other weekly journal iarfh coantryk.rir..'qlbf.
boring Elizabeth Nome aad Albert A Nones,her
c'Sd'hRhb'1't6s> ; je.e! JJsUte apf jh.lat Joseph
Yty aiafen&p !
,, of hUtdCw.IJ paMUJI..i .
.... I Iwbaod.doappeu'; aad -snaftervtb Bill of Coats deceased/ '. .
can crawl. Mr. Corwln also give an opinion .. Filed ia ibis caase.withia Four Months the MOest I' .its columns at the Patent omu--thus eoasdtadaf
OF or
HORROR. plaiht
with powerful argument thf' A TALE ;! I BEN/AMlN.CHAPaiAN.. "
replete upon aid BUI Till be taken u confessed against them. the Amman Repertory of Isveations.
legality and moral justice of paying: the wrong In the Life of a Sailor'is the narrative of And it is farther ordered that publication of this May.2.sth. 1851.NOTICE. Tztys-$2 a-year; $1 for six M oaths.,

ed claimants at once end to' the full amount of the wreck of, a vessel off the Havannah. orderbe made in some Newspaper published within AU Letters most be Pest Paid and directed to

their dues. The crew tooic to the boat, ''which upset; the Eastern Circwt.once a week;consecutively for Six weeks after date shall apply to the HOP. MUNH & Co.,

The Law Officer Treasury, .\/ Solicitor they succeeded in righting her. and while Four Months THOS, DOUGLAS Judge. I A. Brush ;Judge of the Probate Court for' ''Publishers] of the Scientific American

: Clark,hu also recently given an official! two men were' bailing her with their bat, A true copy from Minutes of Coort. the county. of Putnam for Letters of Administration I 128 Fulton street New York. '
the Estate of the late George Young de
in favor 'a shark was seen to apJJr ch. No languagecan P. B. DUMAS. on -
.Opinion of the justice of these claims, K. It DUKE ] "
eloclnllre&t ability and research which hto convey an idea of tho panic which Clerk,C.C. St. Johns County. .
clear and convincing tint: it woaU put such seized the struggling seamen. Every man July 5. 1851. '4mos-no 27SUPPLIES. May 24th,1851. I Any person who will send its four subscribers for

a case at rest in the Supremo Court beyond now strove the more to gain a moment's NO'IACk.1X :. lit months at our regular rates shall be entitled ta
the possibility of doubt. safety. Well they knew that one drop ot ft1JlUDER! MONTHS after date I shall l apply to the one cpy for the same length' of time; or we will t

blood would have been scented by the everlasting CHOICE GROCERIES Honorable Judge of Probates in and for furnisb, '
An objection now made by ,the Attnrno'General fish the jackalls of the shark the county of St. Johns fot Lttttrt .J Diitktrgt u 10 copies for 6 mos.$8 f 115 copies for.12mos.$23
pilot ARR is scbr. It"
is thai the Territoria Courts of Florida A'1 J receiving per Blooming last will and testament of ELLEN 10.' 12. Q15120 12 $23
,(d&A decided and that their destruction was inevitable, if Youth, 1Q days from Baltimore Executor of the Southern and Western Money taken at tot'
legally tu cIaiau ell la prtwctjl should discover quantities L YNE&S,late of said county,deceased. All persons par :
one only of these monster of,Groceries, ProvisionsShelf Goods, andoffer Post Office Stamps taken tkeu
) wera not Constitutional Court. Tne Interested therein are hereby notified accordingly subscription; or at .
led [its food .
be to by '
claimant therefore ask that they may be sentrwck the rich repast or to hmilies and others in want an opportunity JOHN JACKSON,Executor. foil value: ,
of iU A Jew
to the Courts which the little rapid hunters prey. of purchasing by the package or 2C
present! are unquestionable minutes after about fifteen sharks came April 17-gm. PREM"IUM. ,
in this quantity.
respect and have their claims
redjudicated. It cannot be possible that the right amongst them. The boat .was again 45 bbls Lard. 40 kegs do-2 hbds Hams,2 do Guardian' If:otlce; Any person sending ns three subscribers will be entitled -,
Government will decline such upset by the simu taneoua endeavor to escape Shoulders 2 do Bacon 25 bbls Pork, 3 do Otlce is hereby given, that six moBtks frost u t a copy of the History of Propellers and: .

. and I believe It Uto fact understood a proposition that U, danger, and the twenty-two sailors Mackerel 2 do Herring 5 hlf hbls F. M. Beef; M the first publication hereof, I will apply to tM Steam Navigationrepublished ia book tonn-ksv*

will be asserted to. i were again devoted, to dcftruction. At first, 60 boxes Soap, 60 do Candles, 25 bgs Coffee, Hon. the Court Probate of tft. Johns County,for Ins first' appeared in a series of articles poblkbed ta

: WotTfaVoiTwnixk."Josh tho shirks did not eem inclined to seize 40 tlerces Rice ao bbls ,Pilot Bread, 5 boxes my discharge as Guardian of Michael Pbilomaaa, the fifth Volume of the Scientific American. It is.

their prey but swam In amongst the ,men, Oranges,6 do Lemons, 5 bbls Lamp Oil 300 Edward lad Francis Pspy Minor Heirs of Michael one of the most complete works npoa the subject ereriaraed 1

I I playing in the water sometime leaping about bbls Inurb0 bales Hay 800 bushels Corn and Mary B. Pap, Deceased. and eoatiins about ninety engraving'-. '.. ,
N PAP? Guardian. '
1 ,does the ran ever riso in the tress t.Neyer their victims. This was CARPER 75 cents. r-
( and rubbing against 200 da Oats 60 bgs Bran 10 casks Porter 4th JfeSl., 6mos '
St. Augustine, April 7.
: of short duration. A loud shriek from one 10 baskets Wine 6 hhd Sugar 50 kegs Nails ) .
IANeyer !" I of the men announced bit, sudden pain; a 100 sacks Salt 10 bbls Crackers, 50 bags Shot, WEEKS from date I shall apply to .

"Never t" shark bad seized him by the leg, and severedit 12 dozen Brooms, 10 chests Ten, 5 hhds Tobacco SIX Honorable Judge of Probate of St. Irish and 8cotcl.\Vbb"er.

, "You don't say sa Well you won't catch entirely from the body. No sooner bad 5 ceroons Tobacco, 10 boxes Cider John* County for letters of Administration on SCOTCH ALE Cider,Porter in Pi.Os' and Quart.

! me emigrating to the west, H it always night the blood been tasted than the dreaded at. and other articles in like quantities, at whole the ,Estate of Pedro Cucifacio deceased. Bnntly,Holland?sherry Gin,.Monoogoliela and Port WiDn.Champa WLiabyUIf'C-; k t

there. J have cousin in (town, who is always tack took place; another and another shriek, gale and retail. IL. E. CARR. i I' JOHN M. FONTANE: ted1Viner.t.:quorsCottinb&t.firsalebr

writing: how pleasant it is in that region, but proclaimed j thc loss of limbs. Some were June, 28th, 1851 I.June 23lh, 1851 ,,,2G-Cwks I I Fb !9 J R. 4 Ct,
it must be all moonshine, I reckon ,

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r county '. on Valuable Plantations; Wild Lautl&c. "F'ori.i--" : : J. llcfobert
$ .. I Magnolia Motel. On St.1 Geofge; Street.,nonh oldie fourth Monday.of May. In EaU Florida. I fH 11 IE undersigned as Agent '- '!'O1AF. l' Baker. }
: ''I.t! Public and one door north of the Methodist I For the County of St. John'j at St. F 4' .OU.VSELLOl t
,', TI T Square Augustine, 11 lie undersigned as Agent for the respective pro .H._proprietors oilers for sale on ex A P LA \Y. ,
I Cbnrch. on the second Monday in Jane. JL prietors, offers for sale: the following lands t to able terms,the following lands : : JACK.V7Itl.B. t:. FLA. I
!I I ; 'Florida Jloute. On Treasury Lane: North of FALL TULX. \i wit : That: well known and extremely valuable Plan of the iiuxl valuable Cotton : practice in the Court*uf the ,
"; 1 t the. Public Square. I For the counties Orange and St. Lucie, Tuesday tation, aped the Bulow Plantation at the head of f land in the Slate. i of the M 'ldle Eastern Circuit'
county -
I City 11fttl. On Charlotte and. Bay Street, a few before the firsi Monday of Halifax Circuit, in 6e
< November.For River formerly occupied i and planted l/y the! IN Till ARREDONDO: I M roa sh counties ol the| atop
: I f floor' South East: of the Publie Square. the county of Putnam, at Pilatka, the second 'late John J.Bulow with force of 300 hands, suitable I ,..e Court at Tallahassee Southern Circuit i. _
7 PUmtrt Hotel. On Charlotte, Street and Treasary Tuesday before the first : for both and ALACUCA COU.XTT.I :: tile t'used
Monday: trf November. Sugar Cotton and advantageously located ;
t Dst.ct Nj.Jrn
i Lam: nonh of the Public Square, annexed to the For the county of St.John's, on the first Monday on navigable: waters It lies the coast'about tl I I.! It I IS ; Sections l I, U, IJ, and Court for the Dr'trirt ,,r
upon will
II 1 'Florida inNov mber. miles I, In"U! ,'' 19 ; ,". 2.3,8. 1U,, : ; prosecute claims agai: in .t the United .
forty south of St. and contains about
Home.BOARDING Augustine, bt.f.re>i <:i'nwes9a'1 te *
I, 1 HOUSES.Mrt.'M. ; For the county of Nassau Thursday before the 40( 00 acres. 34,35, 30, I rtmtnti'.t: Waib. .

., Reid. Oa Charlotte. 'Street near the third Monday of November Asotwo! thousand acres adjoining the last described 6.9. I located Jai
j Barracks.: For the county of Duval, on the third Monday lauds: being the PeUicier Grant in Groham'aswamp. In .. 9." 20: ; .. IJ! Ce-),06, I. and unrei at j t\ Mist Filth. On t. George Street, a few..doors November. Also the Spruce Creek Plantation containg 999 3334. iag alt"uliun to l his rorrlllliOIf! "
1 I South of the Court'House and Public Square r' For In 9" 21 15, 19, entrusted to his! care !shaft meet "'irh I
county of Marion cm the first Monday i a<:res suitable for Sugar culture and near to navigation ; attention.
G. N. Papjf. On'Bay street career of Bay and 32 33 34. I,
I' 70 miles south of St. Augustine, near \ ( : ', August 31. 1850. ;
.Garden. Lane*. For the counties of Alachua: : and Levy, on the sec New Smyrna.Also In 10" 18 ; 2.10.: i.

; { ) DOCTORS' ondMonday in December. the Mount (ls lwntJ Plantation on Ifalifaven 34,35,36. .. TAKY' liOUNTVLAffD. I
t' Doet. F. Jr edllll. Office at\h's Dwellio g House For the county of Columbia, on the third Monday: Ra about 50 miles nouth of St. Augustine, near Pre-emptiott Right* B
t : .on. Bridge Street. in December. 'cn3st, formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo. Anderson In" 10" 20 ; 13,1 14. 16.2 GENERAL; LAND OFFICE, i
Doct.John E. Peck. Office on St. George Street. The U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine, on the and now the property of Joseph !,colon,containing In" 1i ip" :!t ; 1.2,3,4, 5 .1Iarcla 31, I85h *
[ doors North of the Court House.DRUGGIST. 1.,Ui,1: ; that
first Monday in April } 1900 acres.AlsoJ000 r the liberal views of
in .
: V' .1 THE Til A VEULER'S GUIDC. acres south of New Smyrna: in Turn In" 10 22 ; C, It:!, 19. the Act of 28th September, lyl 5tJ. pl+ .
,, P.C. Zylttra. Chemist and Druggest, North East bu ll's swamp, being the north half of the Rosette In" 11" 18 ; 24. Land to certain officer*and tl4fMius| granting: .
sUe Public Square: opposite the middle batinLAWYERS. Grant !u" 11" 19 1..2.9. 11, iu the whohavr: "
r ROUTES FROM CIIARLESTON- well timbered and near navigation.A ; Military service of the Ul1ittJ
,forty thousand! acres on the St. Johns River, 21.23.30.In may' be carried: out, and every rxpe 'a to tLe-'
r I From Charleston to New York. Leaving daily at between Lake Georc: and L:1kt"lonfOt": consisting 11" 20 ; 7, 1e, 20, 23 : '*, be avoided as far as possible Jo
1 E. B. Gould Counsellor at Law-office on Ar- 31.2 o'clock P. M, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 of valuable pine, hammock and.Umbered lands in va: 21.'! ,33 N granted by the gratitude of their ubtilfuiot tout :

t tllery Lane. milt's.-Dy Railroad: to Wei Jon 1G2 miles.-To Petersburg rio us tracts. fn" 11 !' 21 ; Ie 1,,,2.3.10. 11 i and patriotic services ; and at tile ttty

D. A. Putnam. Attorney and _Councillorfit 63.-To Richmond 22....To Acquia: Creek Also, 3000 acres in Alachua: county, suitable for 19! '. 20,21, : secure t to the handy' and fnterprilliug seal IIIrne,

Law, office, Picplalo street. IWilliamA. f ; 7t.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to Ctitton or Sugar. I 35, 36.ARRFDONDO. lands. the (rails of their industry and ri.
\ Forward. Attorney at Law; and So- Baltimore 40.- To Philadelphia 91.Tp: New-York k Also, 600 acres in Colombia Coumyrgood pio eI Io"ll"2flrTra } i'lhe' &;I".r .c. H 1.' ,. .J., ,*!t,
I.. t 1 Jcitar i in '(Tancerv-office on the ground floor ottlheSouth 87. Total distance 771 miles. Time 60 hours Fare I I adds on the Santa Fe'R Tti'. public notice-br givenJHall *ttl"'rJl $,Dblir. ---..
r :: Wing of the Court House. 820. ', Apply for terms'particulars, &c. to MARION. COCSTT. } u ecj to, P 7ate entry to come forward and t ,
J George II. Fairbanks Attorney anti Counsellor af The "Southerner" (Steamship leaves Charleston GEO. R.E'AI1t BANES, In"12"18 ; ,:!. ) ) Declaratory) statements, within thirty Java '

L.l1w-office in. the, Court House, every tenth day after the 27th of)April o'clock rM.. Agent for the purchase and sale of Lands In"12" 19! ; 2. C, 11, 12.. : ihrir,:settlements and improvements a-!, <'
of Nan Resident TaxeaSte. : 20.21, -). {f by the rre-l'l ptiiln act of 4th
-- Payment 0 ) September
Thru in CO hours. Fare (State Room 23. i
> ) (Fn 12'* 20 '* E: 3-4 of 1, ''n* to secure their
; PUBLIC: OFFICES.fast F From Charleston to Philadelphia. The Osprey St. Augustine Feb 22.1850. fr ; ( preemption rights and
i L Office. G. E. Llambias, Post Master How 11,14,16, 1 i interference by the} 'location of these warrant" I
leaves Charleston other 4 'clock .
r ard's bvildinira! S. E. buildings Market square, r. M.-through in every CO hours. Fare Saturday: $20.: ,, at STABILITY[ -SECURITY-PERPETUITY. In" 12 26 ; 1, 2, 3, 4', that all warrants may be !orated upon the land

Surveyor General", Office. B. A. Putnam Surveyor From Charleston to Nevo-Orleaiu. Leaving daily $900,000.THE } 21,22,23,24.n for. if subject to private entry on the 3d March .
( : Genenl, on Hospital Street,coruer of Artillery 12 OJ 22 Co 71819. ) an affidavit :as whether the land
o'clock &: C. ; is
at I U A. )I. By Railroad to Augusta 13U HUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE' : :
Lane and or not ; and after having been '
Hospital Street.
GEO. so"
R. located
Railroad ,
: Land Office. .. .. miles.-Cy Georgia to Atlanta lil.ByIacon COMPANY shall remain in the hand of
Register the
St. Augustine, Feb. 16 1850.WHOLESALE Lnn I
:\ and Railroad
i .of Public Lands-office in the Court House. western to Griffin 42.-Dy OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St., I I at least forty days. If at the end of that time '
!l t That. T. Buttell. Receiver office :in Court Stage to Opolaka 35.: -By Railroad to Montgomery NET Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, 1849, 900- -- t no interference by those locations with Dri.
y ; House 65-By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To NewOrleansICC. ,flecuft"ly invested }in Bonds and Mortgageson .A\l claims or otherwise, diP warrants will be re"

I Judge of Probate. (G.Iumphrey'sJuJgeoffien e Total distance: 1,000 miles. Time 123 hours real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks this office for patenting: but if there is

the Court Ilouae. Fare X39.50. of the State and City of New York and. United CHOICE GROCERIES- a new location will be,m"J,.. such l
j Peter S. Dumat. Clerk Circuit Court office in i ii From Charleston to Ntw-Orleant\lz Sunnnah.daily States Government. SCULL HALL 8 days from >t"s can locate! their warrants on their
i the Court House. at 9 A. )I. By trainer to Savannah 140miles. This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended charging.. We offer the following tion rights wherethe land was proclaimed own .

; Rafael JS. Canota. Sheriffand' ( Tax Col1t'ctor.of. =By Central Railroad!;| Macon.and Western Rail and prosperous business. .' sing our I1St1Onmf.'nt.V e solicit : rt"d at public wile prior to 3d March: 1851and
.lice lit the Court House. road to 8arnl'IWiUeIO.Dy Stage to Opelaka 100.- The Company declared a dividend of profits of fiftytwo warranted and liberal discount to minimum pr ct" of the land w more'than

I Collector Cuttonu John M IInn8Onoffit"l'- By Railroad to Montgomery C5.-By Steamer to Mobile percent on all existing policies on the 31st iginal packages. and twenty five cent per acre can in
.Planters IloteJ.Intpeetor 331.-.1'0 New-Orleana 166.TOlnl distance 1,032() of January 1848. 1'EA8-Voun Tyson[ old do, diffrrenre between the cost of the land and

: '" of Cuttomt. Ora1 Howard: office i ii in miles. Time 77 hears Fare 39. 50.MISCELLANEOUS .&.lItl1o Profits arc divided among;;- der, Imperial Dohea Pouchong covered by the warrant t'stitulIing the

I i I ,; oward Buildings, Market squ re. TADLE. i I the Insured.- SUGARS &CM-Refined Loaf cru at 8L23 per acre No pre-rnptiun. tight. '
r / Distances. FareTime.. vado (bright ;) Liquorice Paste; the alternate sectionreserved
'r II. Broa oa. Judge U. S. Court Northern to the I.fuitt'd '
I l \. i, 4 t District of Florida f office in the Court House., To Athens Ga.. 221 in. 87,95 20 h. The premiums are payable in cash annually, yen West India Molasse: ; Havana: !! along the routes of rail roads canals.

j G. R. Feirbankt. Clerk U.;; S. Court office i itl in "Chattanooga, Tenn., 445 13,12 31 annually or' quarterly, interest being added on the COFFEt;,c.-Jl1Ya Green; do. application is made to ibis office by the

Y 0 the Court House. "Columba. S. C., 130 4,00 R deferred payments. prepared Cocoa. : eto locate tilt warrant lLrapp| ,nl /boulj
i "Camden S. C. The cash principle adopted by this Company'se- CANDLES Common Sperm, 1 J tV Land "i
'I Deputy Martial. George .. Zehnbaur, office i injlh 142 4,00 9 trict.section of country or t+:ar.
I Court 1I0u e. -. : "Hamburg, S. C. 136 4/)0 B tares to the parties for whose benefit the insurances I Wick. -it on which he wishes the particular loca

--i\iORDNANCE "Memphis Teun., 740 28,00- are.efft'cted. the whole of the advantages fyithoutsubjecting tiOAP.. Shaving ;white, scented ; ; and where the tract i.* specified it would
:' r DEPARTMENT.Cajit Passengers for either of the above places leave them to the heavy drawback of accumulated Brown. to designate several others' : in the order in

i Janet R.llad"", Ordnance Store keeper, Charleston daily, by S. C. Railroad. at 10 o'clock premium notes. TOBACCO Plug, ICs and 18s; { are df irl'd" tint in care th tract first se-
'J Mice on St. George street, a few doors South of A.. *. Persons may effect insurance on their own lives i Twist, paper TobaccoMacaboy : have been taken, the warrant: can be lo

j f Maj. B. A. r tnl1m" residence: Persona de t- and the lives of others A married woman can in- Regalia:. Principe and common the first of the other which may be vacant -

f < roua of visiting the, Fort will'' make application to St.'' Iucio County, Tax VollectonSale. cure the life of her husband,the benefits of which are : LIQUOR -Brandy, Otard, Dupuy further delay. In these eases the affidavit of j'
,\ oJ Capt. Hanham. secured by law for rite exclusive use of herself or chi] Beaux; Jamia Spirits old wtion I taken bcof .rt' nn officer competent lo ad. ,

t 't' .. By virtue of the power vested in me by law, I dren. Proof; Holland and Skiedan I oaths,that he ill the identical person mention- -_ ,

r JUSTICES, TilE PEACE. have levied upon and will expose for sale at Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries I. Scotch do, (afiaeatticlecssorted; warmnt.mUjOt accompany the application_ _
i James M, Gould. i the house of lajor W. f: Russell, near Fon Pierceon are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource Wines. Madeira lfo\\'ard. Marsh rules must be complied' with where appli

Geo., L' Phillip, Notary Public-office on Bay the Indian River,(there being no Court Housein whereby their surviving familes may be securedrom seines and Malaga' ; pale and. letter a made to ,the District Land Officer' ,
I a '&%t, a little North of the Market and next door the county) in the county of St. Lucie, Floridaon the evils of penury. 4.) Co Sherry;Port; ': application i is made by\Uornt'y.Uuar.- .
the the J91b of of the :Mutual vintage, 1832; Bordeaux Vinegar; cLIt.r. &c., the evidence '
day 1051 between
to. Post off ice. Monday May, the Pamphlets explanatory: principles duly certified, of
,.. .. .. _, \
.' '- M usual hours of sale, the following described tracts or Life Insurance, and illustrating nil advantages with in_ pints and quarts; London and I .,?.:,,.u j >v u ftft...,,h.muai au0 accompany the apDli-! .
CITY OFFICERS. parcels cf land, or so much thereof as will )pay the forms ofapplicationmay be obtained at the ofiicc oi Claret.
Narur-E. D. Go'uld. "tate'n'nd county Taxes assessed thereon for the the Company 35: Wnll st.. or of any of its agents. Oils. Olive Sperm Caster and Elt> 01' : .=e in ht section of the Act making .
v Lnrt" Andrea, '' .....r -r years 147,1848.1849 and 1850. TRUSTEES Fish. Herring Sardines, Salmon, \ : tor for support of the Government f..r "p the

,F. C. IltonpKrtytA Also, "lIutchjn ns Island situated in said Joa D Collins David C Col Jen, C 'Ja.,., A. Meklert Aid 8"fen., county of St. Lucie, bounded on the North by Indian I Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, Provisions. Pork, Bret Hams ie enacted that nu warrant for Bounty Land

'. F. / Quince 4 i; River Inlet on the South by tit.; Lucie Inlet or R II McCun'y, Wm Betts. Cheese. the Act of:'nth,| September 18511. or by

,, Clerk cf the City Council Charles Hanger, office Gilbert's bar on the East by the Atlantic Oce,n I, Ered Winston Joseph hunt I Friuts. Raisins in boxes, half or any other Act of Congress shall! be- I located
1 at the Council: room. and the West by Indian River, assessed against T. C W Faber Isaac G lVar.-on, Currants ; Genoa Citron ;. not theretofore been brought int. market t

City Marshal and Clerk of the" Market, F. I r.I D. Vanhorn.a non r(' ident. John P Yelverton! Henry Wells, in glass jars ; Tamarinds. subject to private entry ; go that no land ca,' '
Ferreira.: Also*-16,000 acres granted' to SlmuelntJ., on ; Theo Sedgwick'm Moore, Cordials. In cases assorted ; under the Bounty Land Lm.wof28th Sn,. I
; I ., : PORT 1VARDENS., the 19th day of July 1813 situate at the mouth of Stacy B Collins Zebedee Cook, dcz bottolesin case.- 1850, or any other law granting Boumvll lanl, .
It P. \7alttra.\ CKarlet Haager' Jo.;. E. Pomar. the River Santa Lucia in the county of St. Lucia, : John II Swift, Joan )Miller Nuts. Bordeaux Soft Shell <<; which had been prOf"lnimt"d\ and offered fur _
i t Florida !bounded on the North East by Indian River i John Wadsworth David A Comstock, Filbers; Madeira Nuts, or to the 3d of March, 195 1. .
I AUCTIONEER. on the East south and west by public lands, assessed ., S M Cornell Robert Shuyler Brazil Nuts; Pea Nuts; Pecan J. BUTfER."IELD. Commiuionrr..

!J i' geo. Center, F. P.'Ferreira and J. A.: Strischa. by the name tlf the! Miles: Grant" supposed Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers, Nuts. : :
to belong part to Rev. R. K. Sewall in pan John John V L I'ruyn I Joseph Tuckerman, Segars Very choice old in half Tax Collector's Kale. '

i" MERCHANTS.Uarrou (!. }Fallagant, and in part to the estate of the late Fred Whittlesey Moses II Grinnell, eight, and tenths of choice virtue of the power Tested in me by ,
t rty E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer Joseph S. Smith and }in part to Dionesia Segui wile Charles Ely Wm J Bunker, importation. expose formic before the Court Housi

in first quality Family Groceries of al! kinds Liquors i of Bernardo Segui. John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh Spices Nutmegs! Mace. Cloves the city of Si. Augustine on the first 'Mon-.
&c., N6..2 East side Charlotte: Street, North I Unless the Taxes thereon'and the costs are paid Wlherloy, I Francis S Lathrep, Pimento. next the following described "
of Uie Pot die square.<< ; before the day of sale. Alfred Pell, J 0 Thatcher, Havana Preserves. In cases of 12 : )} or so much thereof as will the tract '.'
I C. L.BRAYTON, Sheriffand ex-off JOSEPH B. COLLINS:: President. ted, Guava Jelly, in half: Ib., and lb. due the Slatt" and County for pay taxes .
I purge Part. Dealer in Staple and: Fancy Dry Tax Collector, county of St. Lucie.. ISAAC ABBATT, Secretary. American Syrups. Lemon, Raspberry to'it : years 18-195Q- :

1 ftoodt, IVi rt side Charlotte street, a few doors Nov IH Jo&rn BLC.XT, Counsellor.G. ger,cojimon lemon. acres ottt'conll rate land above :
': Nonh of Treasury Lane: R. FAIBBAXKS St. in head North' .
Agent Fb.
Augustine \ sections l' and..0
9 Sauces. Tomato, Walnut i .
Seth M. Wtkenah. Wholesale and Retail dealer Circuit Court, Eastern Circuitof Feb 16th. East tract office hundred township i, tange "
I and bottles acres
!; in pry Goo d.and Sroceries.. Grocery More ori ','t the Florida. quart, piat'Italian Macaroni; 'i"assessed to Pt- ,;
t ground floor of the Hotel Goods Store IN CHANCERY.. ) Powder; ;
City -Dry lf jifi& m. assorted tues and expenses are '
Charlotte street, opposite Miwrs Pinkhams.MitM Peter Bcnet, Administrator"&c. London ; paid before the dar -
I II : ,t 4 N. PMham. Dealers in Fancy of Francis P. Sanchez, ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. Z7eef Stake Sauce; Harvey; R. D. C\XOV ,
Anchovies S1erifTanJex
.. Good.. &*. opposite the Planters Hotel on East decd., for tho use of Aaron' sence of ; Anchovy 'Fax A ; .off' -
tide' of Charibtte street. r ri Fnedlander, THIS ESTABLISHMENT hav Sauce. 1851. sensor and Collector s. J. ...

i Pedro &.ifl. Dralrrio Grecrrice, Provisions,&c VI"". .; [ ing undergone Thorough Repairs this Mustards. Superfine in ha: fib. andqr ,/.

corner of Curia and St. George street. Z enj. A. Patnatn. Executor of I Bli. for Account present season, is now ready for bottles; English ground.Marseiles '.'ax CoiSecloi's Sale i( "

I I Mfanel Cbr flpO. Dealer in Family store*, Pro rt'. Peter Mitchell d rd. Nicolas > Dldl!. 'Distribution.LoncwonllJ reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND Sweet OiL Bordeaux in half chests of of the power vested in me Jy law I'
I I rions &e.,corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets.F. arriving Executor | TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious bottles;French Olives expose for sale before he Coar IIouse .

I I. /,, Qrlxcy.' Watch maker and Jeweler,, on of Joseph Longwortb, decd. | Apartments. Pickles. in variety 12 bottles each. city of St. Augustine, on the first Mon "
: George street:: nearly opposite office of Dr.I't'ck. and all othetsnnknownLegalpe | Anchovies cases next. the following
: \J Tkot.. Nelun. Retailer, Boots, Shoes, rib I Representatives and heirs of I Rooms, Airy Clean, and Neat; Butter Crackers, Raisins 12' tO much thereof sv will the desenbed tract '.

j i ,: Hats aid Drjr Goods, cast:side of Cbarlottee street, aid Nicolashoogwottfieta/.) ness Itself, furnished handsomely. Soda do Citorou, } States nd );OUlily fur pay taxes there= :
t ,I Water do. Oranges, Y earn Itt49, 'SO.
corner 0( Clssrlotte street nd Tnasnry Lane.Andrn. having been made to appear by Affidavit that Nothing Wanting.
; r..rnu ... Tailor, Charlotte' street, IT tile Defendant Nicolas McAllister is rending ,; The House is well known as being recently Pilot Bread, Prunes English, in : acres of seoonj rate land. near Jlt"ad of Mo- 4
I J dDe ), 1 without the limits of I Florida tad also tbe other dear Built with view the Navy Bread, south of JJt. Augustine !
Expressly a to lying
'' acco m' New Year's Cake, Currants, tect oo:;
I /.&* Ifnna. Boot maker. fendants. township 8.
\ 1Iar10 tie.street n odation of Iirsalids and 'others, being Almonds range 30. -
entirely Picnic Crakers. ,
the CnrHotrLNk&arl of William A. Forward was
On Complainants '
>tfeUifiB-Cabiorl :Maker, Charlottetrertpknr.Tmjpen0ce Counsel. // ordered that: the said: Defendants,, built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold. Cheese, in casks boxes, Hickory : the gr.anted"Mrs Fortune's F J. .Patm. IInd tom. ....

,? $ J aD.. ', d. appear and answer the Complainants Bill and ing Doors, &c., which renders it Free from Cayenne Peyper,French Mustard, .nndi antt'll: =t taxes and place as.9e ae d to '.
f Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to, windows Confectionary, Liqoorice, Stick of expenses are laid
I' Jflm Jtf *.1tJ. Rack 8nma nod Con Smith, near amendments thereto within four months from the day sale .
,e North:: Catrof the City. date ht7t>of"otherwise tbe lame shall be taker proconfesso. through, opening on Piazza Promenade Two Jellies.I'resents. domestic and It It CANOTA She :
Choice Wine ntfandrx-ofT.
J Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain, Cold IleiJsick Champagne, Tax AitII i&r: a.id

I A3fUSEMX3fT5TMff And it l' farther ordered that a 'ropy of this or- Windgj&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from I dials, Ciga Beat-Tobacco,Cider <&.c, J 1851. Cof.-ctor.p.) x, c '___.

Jil1i6rI Pwrlia t.AIIq. Ora Howard. def be published Dace. week C01lSfC1lt Tel, for rem confinement at all seasons of the year. Ground Sage: Marjoram.assorted .,
I. Us+ward1t.iucmgItatkn nr rsse. mouths iD some Newspaper fmbliebed: within th .eircnit. The House is situatedfacingSoath in ,central: ; Lemon Peppermint Tax Collector sn lL'. ,
I r stein and retired from other Limes, Qninc*.Plants. Strawberries virtue of the power vested jn '
AJLrf Liyvtr* ." J r"'T d.nlu. by J position, Dwellings do. me by law .
4 F.1PtitT.Cry hose! THOS. DOUGLAS; ledge, !fc.. lie. The House contains 45 Rooms with additional Curacoa Cordial Rase Corn expo fi.r sale before the Court If, ;.

ra" r.c Frailer cfUtpm,Urtn-Aatmlt, Ccrtiiied to be a true Copy. Parlours, Dining, Setting Roomsand con Astral} Lamp u Wick Oil Hay, city of St. Augustine on the first londa1"- ____
? : .
'&rJ > Withers Hand and the Seal ol said next!, the following described
CbyWnr{ tttnt. postte Ti sr4 BowlisjCj rny vcnienccs in general For: Accommodation Oil Oats, much tract or
Lamp thereof
\ Court,the lOib Fcbrcary. 1&51. not be surpassed.The will : the '!;
f P. P. DUMAS Sperm Candles, Enck, I Swte and County fcw-waoS
well earned this House
.. STAGE OfflCK.jiiflr ., Clerk C. C.&: Jrf.* ,Conty.Franary Reputation Adamantine do. Lumber, r all necessary expenses iocideatt thereto
Year Year to I
4mos.WBU.l has from to acquircdjit will be th Tallow do. Iron, Bar, i '
1Pm 15th 1851.
rtl.'ltaulSi' i ,
II d.. I Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain, and Tapers, Naval I : acres of 2d nte land being J.
: balf .
.. for the liberal Patronage heretofore shore Copper. Of tJM I
Rosin, Oakom, Spikes, :fr Branch tract about three
l .., CutJ.CE UHa mW turns her thanks. Lead bar and sbeettVerdgr ,Varn city or Aagustiqe and purchased miles N W

: r I ,.. r. qy t CbrIL JIori j k 2&wnrii ENGLISH+ AND AMERICAN The Table will be supplied with choice es, Chalk, Whiting,Potty Vermilion Job and Antonio JJDenu, Jyiog by partly Df-In-ita .. .,

I i I I' .. Game, Oysters, Turtle Fish, Docks, Venison, low Ochre Glee, &.e.j 34.35. aDd 3G" or township 6. 29.

i -' 'S Jts.nL: SsIJI !I-- JIpft' :g.nl1G W1I'JrrIID.IJZ.ln Turkeys; and Shell fish, which at this time FF Powder,do hi Canisters Br> J,2 and 3 of tow trebly 7. range nnge 29-

1 :, 7laetirAEnrirs, 0ucnI.. 'GtwpJCJrd: ,. XCTAOU VUUX! ZtE3GLJS1J nur Kircrs and Forests abound. Two or aworted+ 8bo ,Flint*, Shoe,Eagy, anknowp,. assessed 10 J" n-Inpia. ,
; / s..zs., td:J1 :,W1as'. Chi&U GEBMAff8AYAKXA1J, AMERICAN more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this Fishing Lm *"lJoob. Net! Twine, balfbas ben conveyed to MichatJ Lau- ;t .

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