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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: February 28, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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System ID: UF00048575:00076

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<;; .. ,fTHE' ANCIENT CITV .J. '' {From the LovitciHe'Jovrnal} 1 EPEODE8FROH
THE HUNGARIAN WAft tiding In these loyal promises of the Prince 1 I '
" .JI rUlUBriKD>>,' W B& It LYt TO 'iiy VOTHBR:, I.J IIBAVE.V. THB 6ra LID Graor.Oc roaxa.n TH& FOATKBSSor 'laid down his anal, Nevertheless' Desefly came thelura .of Jean DaD lDJca with j.j.I j.hbTlu

. ;, EVERY., 8AT4HIDAY. I, 2YxaaX KU ': ARAB. wet 'condemned to death. His wife went to' r iw login in lee. Seven cot were already+

r .4 Bir:8iri.vjESTEa: 'MANU? < Tan IhinkihK. of ,tho mi The the Prince, and throwing herself at his teet, be ; tho air. Left atone with Wecsrr' i.-A
time tber of
PYAT t news of the arrival a courier bear told' him ,that her husband I astonished when the
TWO POUAlS ru .U4trxlr..AOTAJICt.D ..VVlM-tJ oiMhjr bended.knee, ing; as it, was reported, gent-ral pardon; to ned. : ,was comdem- to lake bun before hu C..lend.executioners cacw "'

*, 4crifzvisrrtuJTe wUJ be Jitwrtej at Qua: TOT. 'To, low,: bcu n-tbr illinK vok-c was. raised alf political ofT-nder*, was quickly spread I : 'Be without fear madam," cried,the Pr nee,;I I iff1"1*" aJs be Nit *. n 7 torn!,. Ja battle

POULUI perlMfUrept JS Jiaer'Mdrr. .Ace first Thnttweru" jrbJbprnrer former .. > throughout the town of Arad occasioning: "have; 'given my word;*your1 husband 'shall!i was Ho' always first*, today w.lsli to be lasV '
il lIiIalt.holr..wUb ou'tburaaigl Joy In told that-it
..FJYKC Ntor, every quarter not die" ; waaonlemi thai) Wec YI
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9luif. aaldstwtf'Idbut .. .,. t: Arnu0g tho OratJa. hear Uii*' the .b.aecuted wl.. ycravatln %t
6 sUK. : report.was e e Pr eD"fi diately toHhTtJLiiiiPh'iii&iiiS,Bal p 1 ... '
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F F i*? ',VV' l' &I &F. ? encr;* *.** 4s *: ** Y' r9 wi '-, 7. .. ,..
rut" did .r i brie ritl. 'VVith' } -\. !? / JBWJUCwho .
l 4Inutdaiwkisby r1 jof in her IjearT and 11 saved" reroemtraucaof nas/aoS ,
ebgUleof ail
bv she
Tcrheawar.loit to
ft rrgalsr costotarr. Bj.wfrr- h: U1a not uncot'b nJ rnotlier], i: smiletupifher lips, 'she arrived' even at the If 1 had 'not attacked: the 'enemy without you serf that I have always been their true friend
\Vh' M uirrt.wsliourdl r.Pp'rckst door of the' hat
winin they bare'allow
tag to oar tcrmi the re4alalte two ,may b* realer.tafaed Thv I which the general 'were awaiting your orders. For this fOUl'promised themselves to be blind
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heart, or CAst Upon thy'brow confined but here,.her; Joy waft changed, into the erf by Austria and they will "
to mo order .
soon
IDa iraumkted with the advertlaegteat.D" iSuch shndea of disif8 military of, Marie Tperesc. 'Then repent it, .
depp pain and the imito place to. when grasping the band
gave tears
Keep for another this honor of which of Wecae he said
how.itver ,
Advertisement not narked with the nan)' But now I '' y
the
know abe
n orijr .. learned the fatal order, fur the execution I but to him "Adieu, my old comrade.
am envioukecp
};l her of Insertion teqcIrtdV. will t* continued until. "Tlvnt, wrjnga it moihrrV heap, of Hungarian General on the following a give me instead bless our country. Her cause Mar God .
, r r pardon, that of Deaeft, to whom I have ,is too sacred
.... fori td. aud. cKarged for U'ht-n piizltig on her darling Vines, tnrtrning..bba'wisbed to;pass on to her bus pledged my word that his life shall to be lost., f die with the conviction that

1/. Notice lo Debtor aad Creditors! .: 07 00. .And thinking they. must., part.. ; 'band, but the soldier croaked their bayonet saved." be death will give to her hew forces." Jn our

I Application for Letters of Administration, 5 00 before her. Oue of the officer then 'ran to 10' will do all in my power," replied llaynau ..n, g the cord around his neck 'the execution pas... .
1I'111fo was Ilka a dreamm: other "f the er wished I I
commander General Ask to cut off
llowiger to "
Mo satirfnd. thelong beard
rest of the
.: O AU religious notice will be Inserted gofer A dream of l love you may suldicr.fcspcct I brave
her
.... Joyous permission for to see her husband... Huvnau had been invested the
k aoa1,. Till thy Father .ummom.d'thee away "Attend your own businesa was the'brutal with full by Emperor "/ my beard" he said
discretionary *o that all I to him "it i
..:. (CT All bills for Job Printing most be paid on To thy horns of real above' :. J; reply given (o the officer by the Austrian possible to him ; the Prince power: therefore retired wa the only ornament of my person which t have-* _

the delivery of the work. JJy eighth bright' nmmcr scorco had'comeTo general. perfectly satisfied that: his object had been\ attained. over cherished." With has last breath he said,

OT AU letter on bu.lnesa.and conunenicttioo, Efu elud me with its blooms t.. Upon hearing.this, indignation aroused in A few days after, the wife of Denetty Adieu, mv country! adieu my poor wlf.,."
the
.I matt be ro' r'riro to receive attention. Tlieir blighted, flower nt'"p'rinJr'hndsl.cd:. Madam Damianers brcasf, all of tbe'yuraae returned to him pale and clothed in morning. We du not' know why Wecsey was veil,,

-- .----. ..-.'... -- _. fragrance oVr thy. tomb. and energy of' character for which she wag Bat now it was no longer a prayer' but a ed to close the horrible scene. In the sight
T_ erdinttueo prohibiting floe That and nnd drcnrr mother distinguished and she went herself to Howl'' bitter reproach that was upon.her lips. ofthe Austrian, Damianics was much more
Set and Cattle from Being at Ufrrsh in morn gar oetermintxl to be refused. The general MMV husband has Just been shot. Is it thus! culpaple than he was, since he had more

large wltblit tile City of St. A.uJ" that memory made mi,yet j motherless; resisted fat a long time, alleging the or Prince that you keep your wurl T" powerfully contributed to their defeats. Perhaps -
The morn ders be had received but she The of this they d thought that the
; tine j r sit msisted.an'l announcement new to Lcisch great name of
i Bf iturdlcd If tit M.y r rid Aldermen,./ \>|Oh t it hqwcinJ wH* forget toltrirvft" t fnr. ; aathere'aasnorin the ahnalv of'barbarian, tinstrnlban whom there is none more honora this family, devoted to the infamy of the gal-t
thee low
0/. tie Cltr *f& Autl",Th t from pad after die free wrong : n single fact which could 8 serve as a pros, ble and loyal was as a thunderclap. He went would strike with terror the whole of
Thour't from lile'ii .
dark
.
". passage of this ordinance srw'l noi 'w' Utrfiil for. And the wid...', Ifooe.thn rare ; dent.to.hi* refusal., he unwillingly-consented, instantly to the gener..I,And then.all that one Hungary. Duttboseirho know the respect '
; any horse, mare geldings! coll or ,taalr nor for slat wercd'hll orphans Friend: ,, and this wa* the. greatest effort of generosity man,Justly indignant can'any to another who and love that' the Hungarians entertain for
\.any.eo".heifer boll, ox or calf to J'uatalarr.la 'f an* thy prayer''t .*.' that imperial clemency could make." has lporttd with his confidence and betrayed their historical glories, know also, that Austria -

the streets of the city of &, Aogwtinr Dad%r|bepeoshjr Oh T day was passed by the prisoner in sad hi* word, Leischteinsten said to him. lIaynau far from having attained her bbjecthas
of One Dolttr for the first oft"' DulIId for many a bitter tmr mother only placed indignation
" nee and gnef. The monotonous oC111t" with brutal coolness replied to him and hatred iu the
anjr subsequent ofiVoce lira DetUn upon the.own* A'nenih Ot nnruinh hrartlcM have Jibed, .: sentinel, and the noise of arm at steps the posts, MWbnt can you,, wish-I promised you to do heart of many who had remained until thea '
' i-ror keeper thereof. And it shall be the du of a Kinrmnn'4 roof most indiffent to'' the
: y which all that I could for Deadly nnd I did cause of independence.
had all been doubled ; all that
the ,
,1 laid mt head were only
the alullt orphnn
Ciry Alaalhal, shall also belawfu for ; VVecsey died
I heroically hh
ca Id. lie should have been as companions
s sound disturb hung. be.
to the mournful silence was
__ any other person to lake op any horse, :mare And when my.heart wilh'grler was full only %bot.w in arm, with him was closed this '
fldiog, cult or mule, and also any cow, heifer, I houtht upon thr lure which enveloped thp fortress. At night as i it drama.-Family Friend frightful
'. boll ox or calf found running at large contrary Till it eempd "a if thy firth blue eyes the precaution already taken were not sufficient There remained in the fortress nine generals;

10,the provision of this ordinance. Smiled on mo.i run nbtfve. to guard the prisoner, the cannons o i these were destined the 'ga,luws.'At nine The National Guard has bet devolved

,- 4 9. Be further irdaiiud, That i: sjiall be the ramparts were turned with their gaping o'clock, a company of infantry took them to throughout Prance and a new force D i fa directed
duty of )lie City Marshal immediately l .afterthe Oh often do I look,mothrr, mouths threatening to pour fourth destructioupon n I the place of execution which, ud been selected : to be organized y the ext-cu'ive .'

taking up or delivering to him of any horse, mare, Back in my girlhood'. duv?, th 'm at the least show of resistanceand beyond the moat to tho north of the fortress of the muntripnliiie*. The .:rift pow successioi r, instead
gelding, colt of muleand any cow, !heifer boll oxor And wonder bow I passed ull othf-d' a detachment of infantry were stationed I and facing the town of Arad. Here *" ere cri-c: ot arbitrary measure : .
dur'ng the
call found running at large, to fire notice to the J I Thru* youth'* 'bewildering,maz**,' around the walls. I tcd nino gallowses awaiting the victims. All previous to the last dates, few days '
owner or keeper lUt-reof. and retain such''horse,1! Withou' a mothcrVholy! voico" In the midst of these threatening arrage-> them.with the exception of Damiances whose highly unfavorable to the, produced an effect

mare geUiag, colt or mule, cow, heifer, ball, ox To wnrri': IC' or arprovc"; mcittswhen the shades of night had extendeda I leg was broken walked in the midst of the Tile abolition of the d' new GOY rnment.,
or calf till such t'.altraad all expenses of keeping I I', No ."i.:cr'dear-no gentle friend; thick veil around the fortress, was beard a soldiers: but he was placed in a cart in whichwas and fre'entity,** "and:v the ce of"liberty,"quafc-y. '"
t' shall be paid to 'the person taking up the come1'ateided'Tlat ; seated( the cutting down their __
Itotnclcs executioner and thus followedto
and
... joothiof 4urrem Jitired, shall te Thj child. ,to love. '. wcct melancholy sound mingling with e*of libcrtyhas greatly irritated the popula

ctHutrunl prevent horses, and cattle from being And nof\pndol think, mother.i the pjainuir ai bs eeao of ihebreww.iriroupnmr and mu ..preAdinl! .asa'j.J, *. *the Pttr place*'8l.aL.of*execution.? M n.wbpm fell fahThlnf' -'i9a-eCth-..faubourgs. The lists ot proscripjiaabarpjcirfick jo..
driven through th,> street to pasturage, in charge ofa i The the 'CSl.'Cutl-JDcr. wa 3r n-POliCn lunof n mtAftMSmmitTJ: y
That though thou what in' heaven; instrument producing these myrterious ur K lie upper classes,,nnd excited the I
view them deepest indigna
. ecmJ"'lfoldriYfr, or with a to bring Free from the toils nnd CU'f"lt.feurth. sound was the sweetest of ail instruments wan a man of great vigor, and his death was lion in all political circle The'
' into them from the city and dissolution
or re oring j any .
slow and terrible.
free person v1 color' guilty of any of the offences Mill, still to this wcs glvrn and the flute seemed animated whilst breathI followed of the national guard has offended the bourgeo )
The l In watch inK f. r.h the melody of the saddest Then General Toerocck. When ho isie. Thus
thy orphan
provided far in this ordinance, may be hipped by power child the agitation of the (public! mind .
urder of the Mayor and may receive any number of I Arjd K iile hrr from afar, touching air, ever produced._by musical I genill felt the cord lightening around his neck he bas be-omo general. In the midst of this ;
That a mother' half love might .be *, the final air cf Lucil. This turned hi* eve toward heavrn. ant! nor state of
melody
lashes not exceeding TVrn/jf ;or commute ihe fame .. proceeded thing, we arc surprised to find that
life her from one of the windows of the nounced this brief invocation MJesus, M'iriu, the
by paling a fiDe uS 2V Dollar, Through Dctlilc'hiratar.: wing commercial reports concur in stating
t J. .Beit / riJt"r.r4ii4.Thst all fines recorertd .I where the Hungarian generals for t violation of this Ordinance, shall go one Oh would that thou cjuld's know mother be executed passed their last night. The swung in space, and his dog,who had followed most of the manufacturing town It remains,

h&UuMhepenon taking np such boars, ware, gelding How kinds friend !i. givenThr I mouth which imparted to sonorous wood these him, regarded him edit from the foot ot the however to be seen whether Inter in the year

colt or mule or cow heifer, bull), ox or calf, child,'metbinks 'twould glad thy heart accents of grist and resignation was one ofj gallows. t the produce now manufactured on speculation*
and,ihe other half to the 1'oorFund! of the City of l;'eu where thou art In 11wt veil. those which'would be closed by tbu executioner The third,was Kncsics. The fourth Lahner, can be sold. ,

8:. Augtmine.Pa.td Perhaps 'tis no--1 will believe in the morning-the performer of this, his the melancholy musician of the night previous; MM BMM MMM BMMMMBflB) j
in Council. January' 3d, 1852. Thy spirit hovering near last piece wo General Lnbner; he sang his his countenance, always noble and handsome, A BASZ FBAUD.-A most outrageous fraud

,- UEO. L. P.ULLIPa Mayor. Still. blessing: .him whir cherishes song at death ube' warriors of the Rocky never appeared more. so than at this-bis last! upon the British government has recently I

Attest And loves thy daughter here. Mountains, or cs the heroes of O sian. This moment. t been detected by the officers of be Admiralty.
CuAS. HA ACER,Clerk oldie Council. beautiful spirit adored !-WJ* alma imtamorate N.I ,snn"or. who followed him, mounted the It has btea perpetrated by persons who entered

was his beloved country for vbich. he was I ladder with as Him and a* reiolutuajstepasifho I I in to contract lo supply the Navy with
REVOLTING ROMANCE. j
An Ordlaauee making provlilonxa. about to die. I was still at too assault of Dud Ifs lost patent preserved meat, packed in scaled tin ,

for tile expenses of lie City ofSt. At ink-r rail-daring.-the last three weeks, the No human tongue can express the, effect of 'thought was for Hungary. which. he bad soyalmntlr ctnnistcr and warranted to keep fresh and

A.ffR.tlae for the year '1503. Guidhall .polce-court, London, has been'tho this air. at thin momont, no sad and solemn defended. sweet for five year Suspicion was exciter -. i
Bit erUlzIfl tf lie Mn.r End Mdtrou ti JtkiCiti scene of an extraordinary inveati lion. Mrs. General Kiss, Dcscffy &:",,-cldel. and ;''Lieu. "My God," he cried, "' pray you 'bless my. .. to the qualitv'' of these supplies and an ex* ,

.f St. JLttgttitiM, in Cornell AstrmlUd, Phoebe Dawenri or Phoebe Blackcncy described tenant Colonel Lazar weru conJemed to be oppressed country. amination wa instituiedrwhen it was dicers* 1-,

4. That torte purpose of raising supplies for the year as an elderly looking lady ,posses&lng shot, as special favor, insteaJ of being hung After him came Count Leiningen. Bfore ed that out of seven thousand cannisters, it wa ,
one thousand eigoi hundred and fifty.two. the following house property at .UeidJ-kill, was charged a* was to be the fate of their companions in mounting the ladder,he expressed a desire to 'found that on 189 contained anything fit to bit '*
Taxes shill be assessed levied and 'collected with perjury by Miss OeClriuElum.... Thu I misfortune.At speak a f !w words : eaten, the rest being garbage of the most bornblechari -
that is to say ; charge was, that ill 1833, Mrs. D..w>on falsely "Cuunt" replied>> the Major of the battalion, 'cte -. It is said to have come from, y
On eve" able bolted alan belonzjng to residents sis'oru an ntftdnvit in the Prerogative Court of' seven o'clock these four- were conducted ",ou know that our order are the must explicit Galato in Moldavia. The British go.wrnmcat '

within said .City between the ages of I fifteen and Doctor Common, that she was thu "only I .by a detachment of infantry into the to prevent any address before the execu- paid the urn uf JEsWXtfOO to the contractor "j f
6tl,.fire years, Tvtlt tnd fin / cmf. natural and awful child nod daughter of one I second fos on the south side of the fortress. tton.w"Mnjor who perpetrated this base fraud. It It not, _
On every slave belonging to a nonresident of this Mr. Elam, whereby she wrongfully obtained The elegant Kiss won. in full drci ; he had I pledge you! my word that there i is known of course how long this swinding

State fur hire service. Ten DtUc,.. administration to property to the said Mr. : displayed the most exquisite tasio in decorating nothing political in what''I wish to ny ; it hsoltly operation Im* been going on. Sir Jobov .r Iranklin's
On every able bodied Free person of color male Blam, amounting to ,about ,000, which himself for this bill las voyage; upon concerning a personal matter." *hip were provioned with this |:

or female between the ages of fifteen and fiHy-five rinhtfulljr should have gone to Miss Geor iris his fingers were n thousand franca. Thesebecame Such being the case, Count you can preserved meat, and from the fact that at

years 'l\t. DeUere.Onetery Elam, the real "only natural and lawful child the perquisites of tho executioners) speak." .. tichr Island where the last traces of him IJ j y;
two wheel pleasure carriage drawn by and seemed as ft were an offering from the
and daughter" of JJrs. Elam. In prad'of the The Count then asked the Austrian officersto wore discovered the ground was covered_with j
; one horse Ot Dtdlmr. alleged perfury evidence was that airs victim to- the tacrificur. heaps of cannisier there i* reason to
given advance from the ranks and empty :
hone.t approach near
On every.four. wheel Carriage drawn by one Oawson wn of the some nge ss bit: Elam; Deafly was dressed in black from head er. The officers immediately, approached the fear that his stores were is this charac -j

' 7\N t. ifwttmi four wheel drawn liy two bur> thai.. Mr*. Dawson had been the mistress of .o,foot. The aged Schweidel. thought but'little condemned general. ter.
OIl carriage
every the, lito Lord Portarlington, and.. ,that after of his toilet he bad a 'son, an officer a .
4- aes On Fur DoUert hone kept for hire tad other hone not w ards ,Mr. Elam had been his robtre*'. Evidence prisoner a* himself in ihe fortress, and i bU "Gen lemen, said be "there appeared inI A CHILD rouro GUILTY ot,Muaosx a ParuioxLraiA ;i

_ principally every for labor, Fifty Ceate.rrafsid"Fog"every. was called for the defence'to prove Miss painful thoughts were concentrated upon thatbeloved Journal the SaUfer's Friend Soldaten' Frendan -Sarah' Gerber the little girl who .*
y ktpjt llatnas'nrllher: the daughter 'of Lieutenant bead. What refinement of'cruelty I infamous, article: in which it was prete n- destroyed the life of the infant Jlorenca Miller |
Ucrnsev '
:1C yjcIk. r_ Girt, Dny/'W.I* Elam, nor &s fhigjt be supposed; bf JArdPMtitrlfnitol1 the ton was there condemned! to. hear the ed that I and my comrades, at the taking of I on Saturday morning wa found guilty of mur%
/ Cie every rfwcriptlon for the porpoM ndrcVen thou daughter of Mrs. shot which 'would) bear hly.ratfter'td to( ity. Dude, cowardly) assassinated the Austrian prisoners : djBrinthe second degree, but the Jury united .r

Iraq for w inc or trawporticj for hit or teWa rd.a cods Elam herself,; she is a foundling. and Mr*. As to Lazar "ho had'a wS$6; ncr y uni' chi and, om ers. Here before the gates of, In recommendation of the youthtnl prisoner
Wares carry,ornercfeinditt or any oUter property from Dawson is the true daughter of Mm, Elam, ; dron. What would become of them t. "My eternity, about to die,, Iftwcar to-you, that I to the mercy ot the Court She eras much affected ,

oat place to another within this dry at the ratsSis of though Mrs. Elam was, even 'shortly before : poor children were the only! words utteredat neither I, nor my comrade;committed such upon the rendition of the'verdict,showing "

D Uftt per .SH .. her death to all appearance of the Dame age the 'moment ho received the fatal shot. an infamy. I beg of you gentlemen officers, that she fully comprehended the unorIu't

I 3. Bt itfrtlrr ir&itti. 'bat sections, two, ftf Mr*. Dawson. Mrs. Elam was originally'Miss The officer commanded the detachment to that you will insert my dying declaration in the Date situation in which the result of her ) I

thfte.Jov, dx, and eight, of the' Ordinance Eliza Good; she married Robert Black: fire. Three only of the tic im* fell. Kiurattd Journal which published the' calumny so that bad placed her. #
in*& g seven for the ,expenses, and for payingthe I eney as far back as 1798 II.... Dawson ..111I up and said, "You hare forgotten me." this stain upon my honor may be,removed. I.. The Court announced that the verdict was
debts rovfekm of the City of 5t. Angortiae peed Ihe the fruit of that marriage; lin.. Elam became A ball hnd simply: grazed his shoulder. thank you Major, for bavin permitted this concurred in, and that the accompanying recommendation .i!

third dry of Much 1849. and also aeetiona, two, ft widow, and married Lieut, Elam but Ih o.: The corporal whose gun was still charged. vindication i IIl'my-bonoo' loans": you gentlemen would be considered so as tom '
threes, aadftarof the Ordicance making provUlonfeyb I was soon separated from him;she became acquainted advanced<< from the ranks and shot almost officers, for your Attention. xe the punUnmeotas light as possible and:
2paiMti r tM Icy of St. Augustine! pal' with Lord! Portarlington at the time touching the general with the muzzel. The Then turning to DumianiV"Adieu .- conducive the future reformation of the girl.

4 e sixth day of Jasursry 1851 and all other or* f her daughter Mrs. Dawson was, ,his orenilblowife ball struck him in the forehead and he fell to] try dear father" said be to him" The Court did not pass sentence up to thu '

dances end park of wJSnances that can !be appKftdiaddof and became his paramour even in her rise no more. grasping his nand,"we "will soon meet again. hour of adjournment.

t&tproTkionc of thJa Ordinsrice,except daughter'*.house. She bought an ,infant of a The relations of Ernest-Kiss demanded per Adieu, my dear son, replied the general ;
heck U may be inconsistent with this be and and palmed it off on Lord, 'Portarlln R,; mission of the Austria general to take from I will rejoin you on the route before your arrival Mr. John D. Watkins of Do Sola Co., Mississippi
peasant "
M.'*Dltbt1lflbrdeclueel'to brio full force. the fruit of that Intrigue;. he was imposed the finger of the victim, nia bridal ring'as a heaven.. was shockingly murdered a few days
: "RdinCoc&c! ) DecembtffB, 185K ,.l'OEO ton as 'and'left the toother4 and'supposed souvenir; .but'een this d request was refused A moment after the heir of one of the noblest ago by three of his slaves, who waylaid him
"t off, names Germany fromthe and crushed his skull by blows
.j PHILLIPS. ror.t Elam the them. was suspended from their
Miss Georgina if ,
Attest, *", T child I 1r.a lea. : flnallrdisposed Some- of the circumstances connected with gallows, as a r bber. .. axes.. Two of the murderers were hung by '
v CilAS. HA ACER, Clerk of die Coauca child 10 pttlrned' off, The case Attar was arguments, : the execution' of' Deseffy:are worthy of being Aulicb, who succeeded him, died without uttering .. mob ; the third, a female, was only saved,

of on:Monday on last.each ide, Alderman mentioned. II was after the battles of Ternc-: a single word, without losing acv of hi* from the like fate because endente.
s Clletee L f. by the learned! counsel made Prince dignity or coolness. The-cigar which he wa i
o... ttc. war that he was priscner.
hid begin givenof
OW JS 1Iy. HoKa. il. :!MooOlpbela, Farcbrothef' said no proof of Mrs Leischteinsten knowing the noblemtts of hit rooking, he kept In his mouth until the last A heavy mais of earth fell.upon a squad of
the daughter
Elam'
,kWt,pn4 Scotch!! do. AI awTPorler I Mh* being tba"t.htt must heart, icnt'a parley to him. demanding his moment, and only let it drop when be was Irish laborers, on the Rutland and Burlington
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c.-' r r- -- -- u 0 -- ford, of .appreciating the; splendor ot Ihvf i while the voice of opposition( 'was ::-
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: ufOtho..friend. ot' iiicciiiiKliuusiefaofe _,
and desiro adw d
off a
,4 TJ1IE l ANCIENT CITY. urnthertforo in /avor way scene which stretched in gorgeous houes and Yen in a 'murmu t. ,

Southern rights and democratic principles/ conl'gious to their plajeo of residence, glittering: disarray before the astonished n&W.The .! How much of thug mom wr blo d.'Tk i..t.

, } meeting in Conventions at Madison C. II. on but their church property "in Buckman! street pillars of the great nayi., adorned with regtrd..d as nap, sod how tnU S ss the t '-

\ the 3rd Saturday of March fora thorough and and City hail square having, been .originally purple-colored<< banners, spriukleJ with stars 'lotto ot the lucre excitern.mt that: never: liar 10 W' -
the
and in wake of
L oCiTold-the velvet draperies enormouscdrlabds ignificeui PI ;
complete organization for the coming contest given by, the cUr corr, raUen4, aItl tbecofldi- ,. eantryttpw'
of foliage un.l fl.iwer, which cover- sequel will show.! That Louis .V I 1
,- and trust that every county will be fully and j' that it should be wed*fur- no other pur.I ; cd and fell from the gaslletierthe richlydrcorted present tro4dI at hi* foo Bppcar po "aq to, bs"*

I tDAUTY: or rsocxAt RIGHTS lID DETEKHIKEI; fairly. represented. / I'I pose the congregation still, .nominally., wore flags, carrying; ;bn l arum and names very"' general opinion. If aaU wije l 1J1: t

gcstsuxca TO ALL WHO OPPOSE THEM.ST.AUOU0TINE ,. I "lInIDI'Do1partlAlsr prrferencm la Als IttIInDI snip there, though the audience usually has a, ot the elicit cities of the ompiro.-tno columns, not allow ambition to aitnhrow: ,d tscr+ t..pti.it

I ,we say ffreed.io the propo doa of tb/ Nttot. So ( large Infusion, of strangcnufrom, tho_ neighboring -- of 'the sunctuary. covered fruijr base to if p'tsftiblu ifiat gt id'.m-ty rcsulltrum b C. lc
FEBRUARY nth: 1852. thea it is understood *t the Convention is to meetat ;! 'the .aPcrnoon.'By capital with silk: brocade <*f crimson and 4uestluat bIcaci! V and tee end atooo ia ..
-... Madison Coort. nous on it titrd & 4q m hotels i especially: gofd-"the altar in the cbOlr"wiUa iU rich 'degree Jurthouth; it caa never by Dn" '
,.: the Bprtng's; tjdfninbi3couro, benches for the Of "abc rtrtdv to M
He' Indians Nay* way, inU.cattd r ornaments-the sopbfctrv jusiifyjf "aas bd
I It And now we call on OUT JTemocraue brethren of lectures ?upon, "The, Glory'of Christ fc authoritfe and the constituted bodies-and has used to keep hanitIf to power. :,;
, : I : Wo loom that some apprehensions exist la throughout the State to beatir mathes preparatory nearly! : terminated. +J ti ui ,tfabbath rooming Ifie galleries on either side crowded with persons ,.'
Ln faah-
hive old
, }I the frontier counties respect to the Indian toned to these county appointmeita.arotuement tA the 1IJ day selected an for oar I by request, be repeated"'bla'el,09utat'sail.: I lw.. s n, fred yo.nl tawe and-instrumental h orchestra, dhposed of 6300executant Northoru Democracy aad Rortb riw. "

: ,. IVb have tot learned that any thing new has prialary meetings, and then let us lend to the Convention pre lve discourse, entitled "Clif glorious the extremity of-the c'ioir Waisjcry Cotat rusted. :
in the galleries a
, occurred, but fears of retaliation in a set of delegates who will carry with them Nothing ran mure clearly
presume satMy
: the.
something of the rpirit/of the people in their hfarta. in Hu Resurre+ctioa.Tbei' ra to be prlt! ; --and the principal feature ot nil, the l lofty ur tho sound condition i.fiho ,

, consequence tho brush of Jerar ana party It is all Important thai the;':'Convention be foil.-Every t'd in style .uniform ;witn+hUeotfrs$ upon dais, with ban_utgs,, oJ crinuon and'Muld. erratic party, than reo-nt: cvcnu.Number. ..
coupled with a 'meant movement of U. 8. section and county should be represented The First : ,DojloAfierthQ \ double t with white surmounting. thu citrade, Td '2
biI.Y of
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Tbiflff putjllshcd great state Ponsylv.tniri: exam le. ..
.. troops, bat given Importance to various rumors Convection will hare something lo do betides making which faced the altar and supported ,the Uft
, \ 'Koasuthyexcitement the the infamous administration of the "
camp Waif
sat Louis
.. DOmlnatlO'aad send delegates to Baltimore. siege ,;mtuur when-on Napoleon
: t <\, which without any traceable origin That part of the work will be easily pc'tJ'ormrd-the Forre talk, and this having died away, the with his "p;, Diet," the Archbiiliop of crnor Johnston, the murder of Southern tits '

I t' eeeralo periodically to, pervade tho countrfr.w tog of war .win come afteij the Conreatlon IparatnjIDd all engrossing to pic lathe proposed passage ofa Paris who officiated in the service 'to his sens.neckuiK their lawiul .nruoertr.uived .. was M.r._. q.or

| Two, companies of U..S. troops, recently) for tht* reason :we want to see a large assemblage law the Marine model. It rixlit and the attendunt bishops! tu his: left- at the violators uf the law, hating 'bets
Temperance on encouraged in 'their tho 4
of the bone and elnew of the party, that there. course by faoaucai
: arrived at Patatka and a,tew recruits for tbe these nnd other objects too numerous to
f':' may advising and consultation together, prepara, promises to to < the standing dih" nt ,breakfast specify, all I glittering In the light of the bearing of an abolition Governor seeJuuj bitI I
the have also arrived.
I companies: along. coast Lorry the final straggle. ,dinner and supper, fur some time to come, count uis wax candles, which pained the eye own re-clccijon. Tins lame Governor in i
The objevt of these movements we learn, I.t Is direct violation u( public sentiment and ;r.
MB *B HM cathedral', t&g
and even the question of: African Slavery to look upon?' gave to the ancient ,
t: not In consequence of,Jcrnn Jlo'a affair, but l Contested'Seat in the Senate. falls into insignificance bo ore the slavery of one of the architectural ,R'ortes' of Paris and rights bill of rfuutlicrner:the *. shaineJewly pocJr.-#
to give character 10 ,Blake's negotiation and the world estrange and fantastic aspect, a opening Pennsylvania prwoi IIl"q
If in Rum. It threatens to rock our State to the the of fu itiv- slaves "
overiwe l are the receipt of a supplementary which made it dltficult to believe oneselfin safekeeping ;: -and', arJ
the Indians from violence
, i ; '" ', : ,any ((07 argument of Mr. Yulee and 'a supplementary centre. Men ,of Influence, eloquence, and a placu of worship. Too general effect indeed he was, defeated by the people, in the .

. _;. wards Blake's patty This wo deem' a proper rejoinder of UfJ Mallory, bothare. too long forour great vim, ;I.Rye already enlisted on both sides way quite as theatrical as it was brilliant.It signal rubukuvihis factious course, 'he ,,. '",
: :? po&3j-ju4ictcad tai*- two &eg : furtbcrJuluh. bas own state and thu .
5i j people:
\ j 'cw/Cmn dtc l iejtbe u"tIOD it 3 e .d ocal.'of the Mojoe .I.w (txbicb warrants wwrricrotbless, surprising ttudioluxfaiTno -
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,, suet; at 1 Icon! shoujd, ,be marched down to I <<" tni "l.c1o.. ,H.-d '_ ,,... 0 byjraotng.tfu&taUI! w upon
now pretty fully'understood. We observe thjit I the authors c J iqfentepinjt any ..ltnre. : moait'disnuy Krixiu :;. 4' lkTOtl
the Indian boundary, sad tbe alternative, pro. Genl. Hopkins figures in Mr. Hullorys pain- barroom or private residence and destroyingany PrcaUcnt.arrived,exactly noon and i hU .Democratic! soccvs..or, the:'galiaut: Itn '
L sented of emigration, with liberal donations find the orchestra perform white hit ente.reJ.hc ble Bi lur. U I tnt the other hand worthy. of4'
or a.forcible) removal. / plet as the writer of a letter on the subject in spirituous liquors which they may cathedral and took hh place the m mb nnd I the higtietft cnintnetulntUm ut thu, South. *Hit&I r

We look upon Jernagan's matter as of little which he avows that the principle which go,. therein) say that it julifiablcon tho ground "Vitotin <
It ': moment, the people attacked by him belong. erncd hiv vote: was.10 defeat Mr. Yufee." that three fourths of all tlie crime find wretch* pomptis strain. The orchestra directed by M. I the coot-dcracy,' a devotion to the Rights

ednesft the city and State of New,Yorkmaybe Girard of the Grand Opera elected from the me South. a* well us tho Union. Hut Got, ;.
q rd band not'under '
to a the control of the 8em ( "
/ Mail traced directly to the use of intoxicating vocal and instrumental corps of that c+cttaMbh- Biglur has,recently given am her: string proof<"
,\ inolo chiefs, and who ha been (ota long ment tbe Conservatory: (&xlott da Concert,) o.i nii uitrittic; bailings in bell alfoCtrutn aa4 : ,
a ; timo wiiliout, their bOUbd r. We dohowevIT \Ve have been again subject, to most annoying drinks. Their! opponents (who have been for the Opera Comiquo, the Opera Itallen and the jiLitico.Daring tho Ia.t sumnvr, it will N

I" heartily protest ngainst Jernogans attack, mail failures enhanced by the carele sojpe days past organizing a systematic rests--I "' fence) any on the other hnnd that morul was likw on:i instr am jut IIU perfect was its precision ous: 'mean* thri>ugli the bias of t&
: and consider it to hav./: been an unnecessary Incas of the mail contractor between this place sua-I I
sion must do the business, and not n law nod no marked ami decided its accca abolition Judge: in Puil.idclphfa, by which aa .
,
and wilful injurv. We believe the Constitu- end PJcolata, Wo are solely I Indebted to the: I 'ThTj 0U11IVh ch! LO'.ur (who was the old IIMII. AIIIt'rllVIS, thrown juts *
pn mwi
,tI lion of the U. 8. .gives' Congress alone the Post Master at Picolata, for receiving the mall which violates the sanctity of,a,man dwellingand J.M|>eror Nup',Ieuu's .Ua'ire de Cialc) com thu conviction ot kidnapping "'hUB Ihe etc ..

Ii light to declare war, and we commend, tbe before the last,It having been brought in by subjects his property to destruction. A I Miscd Jor' tho battle! ot'Aujluilitz, umi whichwas deuce showed that lie had simply aided m "t .
.
i t. attention ort the General, 1 Government this act him in pa son,the contractor havidg left Pico little Frenchman who from behind his boio: I attorwunU i perform i's cult brut ion .ot. carrying cut tim law for the recovery ut firjfetivuttiuvcs. ,
: ,ot claret, at meal'time*, I is accustomed to lire i the tikinr uf \l.t.lerlC, was the capital m'irctaumJ Titc old mun has ever since iaat ;
of overt treason presuming that after :their !lain before its arrival. hot shot at position on thU ufltlon.shrults displii/rd the strength and number oTthu guul,uur..h"Ycd by.(2uverour Jobnun-fotr*\'I''I'in
treason trlCLI of tbe Christiana iloters my q So .
they I executants to the hixhudt advantage. i.e no sooner has Gov Bigler' entered upon U"
,
may be willing to. undertake Jcrnngan who New York Correspondence II. his shoulder, anti says,it, is great tyranny, of tho phrases of unison, alternately for male duties of hit oflice than, be parlwO-aaC ':"'

has" issued his proclamation of NEW.YOWC, Feb. 11, 1852. and worse than Louis Napoleon s And,he importers !. and fcmulu voices, in this fine, solemn, but nlea-es 1 Alborti. Thu South recollect it

f war. A mart-h-like morning, with scudding in Front street swear tbaf.tbcy will somewhat formal composition which French thu Dcinecraiic majority in

We do tincrelybopo, that flakes) t (fort at clouds, some sunshine and a white frost. This resist the law, ri et anal*. *, critics regard HS the masterpiece: of I/muur, electing B glu: and def.ating-Johmtun. Iaj-j
negotiation backed by,a proper force may be I and of saciwl music,ot which he was decidedly has led to this act of jmtcunis fivur.bt
effectual in emigrating these remaining: Indians will br good weather fur sugaying up in the BIy own opinion is, that such ,n law could I the greatest ornament--ume out with a anj healthful sign of public suntiinent. H w,"

who cannot longer with be groves of mnplo.Yuttunluy ,_ not be enforced in this city, unless executed combined force and simplicity in thorough then can lie Suuilr! hesitate in eh'wsing" botween '

permitted to remain. propriety nnd },he night previous, we enjoyed by the State authorities. We, have a law connonanco with the text and the occasion.It : the Democracy and the whiggery< uf "ii

Wp however desire Jo express our opinion n warn! rain'; which washed tbe.treaclrlike against barrooms being open on the Sabbath, was superbly executed The voices and tbo North?-Riduntnd Enquirer., "..* :
instrunvn:* wore equally well in tun, and
a I. that in any event no apprehension need bt mud from the! side walks, and rendered yet thousands of IDem pay,'no heed to it. the measure so intelligibly indicated by the i. > ,t*

felt in reference to hostile -movement* of the unnecessary' for gentlemen to carry so much Ex-Gov. Kossuth has: not suffcrred much by conductor and his assistant (stationed a: each DEATH rft'tu GAS.! -A whale family. of:be f..,

Jndinns themlC!""" 'They are too few in real estate about on Mi boots. the abusive. letters published by tho Hungarian alternate column,) that nut a flaw could be If detected in the perlornncd by tile nicest ear. L-iuis' BJo- a few dare si net-, from the uncno ,
number and too limited in their we hive hot had the worst
act tkmt'ratsl possible "go Patriots and Smercre
.... Bathyariy now The Sunctu.snbv M. Adolphe Adam, modern 'scions fnlul-ition; olgw: in their sleep. The'itat.
l 10 ce attic or;,willing to rpnk.f! incursions:& ul a ing" in. Broadway: and Wall Street for; ,the lastweek living in ignoble ease in France's cay cnpi in form and trivet in style was heard to great j L>niis public.ui shun that the I"tasr

1 distance: from their homes. The ", llItle country i wouunu! say s-i : it- ,was 'an exceedingly tal. It I is n significant circumstance that those disadvantage in such fi-lluwsbip and was felt 'and tailor shop of tho f4.nalyl'tln uaincue4, !

h as accessible now to the iahnbiinnts! OH I good thing for the makers of, wagon. let'eis cnnnnte from ,that ,tomb of French to be altogether out of place. The hymn to 'nil of one morning, nnd none of the lain ttee .

10 tliermelvrs and every swamp and hammock springs; and stage Indeccd there (s reasonto freedom Paris \ St. Ginuviuve, the patron saint of.. Parts, And being ccn it lit, curiosity became ezeiud '
I' tLOUIS . the Offertory& which followed the Republican sat
iu the State without'Ihlr believe that the .
boot-blacks regarded it rath
boundaries ik noticed to Wee.fron .
M. Adam arc both favorable; SjWcinvns of A strong sodorsfut gns was a. .
familiar to hundreds of stock minders, surveyors er favorably.( The: little mud-Iarks, who sweep NAPOLEQN AT NO'l RF DAME.. Lessucurs manner: nnd exhibit all bit peru- the cellar or :he shun and the .vm eera" a

: and land bunt rs., Fur 10 > ear no tho crossings,: really revelled in it. These Correspondence, of the London Times., liarities. These nnd the "Domine Halv'III1t." of the Gu Cutnp.tny, at tale request of..imtf, ;

_Ind n'hru been in the set'led portions of the snipes were out )in large numbers and monopolized PARK, Thursday, Jan. 1,,1852. which terminated the ceremony in a hiphfyeffective ut the ncifthbuM, di pateheI& a mi-scuipr toe '-i'
nil the lures where m:inner were executed tu perfection. ascertain had been a leak of piTiw '. ,
people are accuse The has taken t
uplr1"'l.1d what Jb.ests ceremony place. Thanksgiv
wore wilder
and tomud'lu_crttf except jit.tlLmuh'tJrnJth ins t>*y"J **"j5'Htfd fflv iri-H| |*>'t"t* irC8 .,Ihe.. Among the ehoriH were observed<< the inUit roan rejMjired& to, Hie brume.n JaJ Iisr'kmz fa
-- nosa4ntheSem1nQQ., ... ( war pm pl,>v fit. .U nt.. THe'fainous hatter had brace of kce.lag .. jrar well known land** : Every thing is chunked, a men ( coidicg to its admirer, has saved: u great country Paris, whose iusisimicu was ot infinite valuu the intention uf reluming at a liter h ur.l '

.I end the young Indians'who have grown up clean; a pith which he dubbed "Lenin'sFree from the horrors ot anarchy and "Social both in strongthonin thu variuui choral \I 1 Ujtwi-en one and twoo'cluck in the afierauotr "'-e..,

I do not know the settled portions of the country J7ri,e" in cuntrudistinction. to the narrow ism. Vox 'fopvli cox Dei. The voices of 7,- part, and ,in giving duo effl-i, ncy to the sumo friend of Sa tier bier repaiatTlu the baa-e '
ond'Iro' ways at which the juvenile foot pads extorted 500,000 Frenchmen hate chosen Louis NapoLeon solo In short nothing couM be rairu ad- and at'itr same inquri.s, with the ",!rico/' ;.
a party to: venture then
out mirable than the m uicul arrangeinonti which othersabo1.. the rntolvcd break*i
from the ones one-cent loll. To as the brad uf the nation the arbiter of : premises! on
would bo hunted down as quickly and rend green cross its destinies, the steward of* its wealth an-l) in. were carried nut in a rninn-r that WM to ing open the d x. \* ho ..I flcteJ hw objert

ily by our young and ex pert frontiersmen: asa flscwhcic without "splashing one's1 self,all dutry. He who but a month since chntiscd be expected from su eminent a musician utXI. on thu first .d wr,'" strunratrd almost uvrrpnv- ,

bear or n,tlg'T. We 'number thousands of overvus a slow work not admitted by the the'people with flue and sword imprisoned Auber, wh bad tho nMpo-nibility of.h'(,ifstipcrintendenc erin< 0 lot of KlS issued from the ttiu+i,. Kentered .'

men notvtwcll,trained in the the ru.th of fetages und other vehicles. The ladies generals! : statesmen, and deputies, defied 'the ; Thu whole! wa over a lithe accutiipnnnd bY the persons with tin
oil r of rifle cut in law, trampled the constitution under foot, txjtnf'j<< I .icl.. :k, -in i t'iu Pre iJj.il i i.nll1ldlltt1) *- :| anJ found a journeyman in the empploy tnuerbior /'
a the
: and accustomed to the forest, and if in cone of queer figure effort, and not a few and scorned the oath which .be had takento retired \viih this jfam.Mnaiufatatiun,, tnatiilleuded :: ill'(jtd, pair,-jmutnig uucuiwcwu*' ,
hostilities tho General( Government wovld of. wetl-dressed men of lax principle: med to I defend it sat this morning the aithetlrnl his arrival. as ifat the point ofdeath, r"

J ferOWO for each scalp, and (1000 for each take pleasure in watching them cross. The surrounded by the dignitaries of his own crnalionthe Outside the cathedral tho: in its Tho pirty nn.netliaiciv opeied every doe!
sight WAS
prisoner brought In, the inhabitants would Bloomer! dress would have been justifiable, church. army* tbe law, the bench, way quite, ns imputing d that which I hnve nnl wi.idu ;u udu.;: as much uir\os roalbbt'and
all but the tribune which he has then procured to the room overhead
pcrbap, rather than such annihilated ende-ivored
an A- to describe I the .
soon.exterminate or capture this remnant of exposure in Interior. The
There the
under a gor.eoul canopy, which touched' the whole .10011 ufthegaa was even moreover
ther fair surface of the
people.,{ But wo feel every confidence that no many ucx it was considered indicative I roof 01 the sacred edifice, and wanted but the ered with who Plv-o left du'Pervis was cor- powering than below.-Hiving opened the
; hostilities of rare moral courage to cross at all. J of diadem military, just space enough windows, they witne teJ sufficient
general will take place. It is po>" effigy a to be Imperial. The honors for the carriages to from the d : : 11 sight !
I, Bible that something in Ihe:nature of retaliation hall never, perhaps, forget fie expression ofa paid to a King annotated on the day of from which the President pau and all great those o-who- curdle tho b=O
may take place towards Jernojan or his tall, sallow attenuated lady in deep moue coronation are scarcely greater than those tad seats In the nave, made their exit-andproceeded two Valued children.four persons' Tbo, uueribicf:: hli wits ..ri|
which attended Louis wonmn was 4w. '
ning, .to whom, though a I Napolcan this morning towards the The of .. : ,
stranger, a quays. vicinity
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friends.P gave de dwtth'her limbs \
in the venerable church of Notre Dame. A cramped 'and hef
hand to cross Broadway. If I had rescued the Hotel Dieu, up to the ,top of the steps that ,
her swollen and
cirri.
solemn 711 drum d'actiont de, .grace" ,was per front tho holding to her breast a (
I and too tiviloirt :
State Democratic Convention from a house on fire,. or a sinking steamboat, formed at the same hour in,:every cathedral scarcely room portal fur, the vast crowd of affirded aged about eighteen month, also dead net 1,.

Wo publish below and fully endorse the remarks or some other direful danger, she could not church of France; the blessing of Heaven was pass ; and it was inoro than an hour people before tu husband lay alongside, wiih a boy, a zed'I Iyears fuss'" '
I \' have looked unutterabio'thln inyokeJ upon the country, and upon the great those who both uncun ciuu. and appnrentif b ;f
or.the & Journal' more Certainly were not In carriages could "
Floridian in reference manageto
tnfng their last
mission which the people ,have conferred Such temorary anodes oCto, :
to'a Slat"cfConYention.V; consider the Democratic not, if I had been some physicinn of the upon the man who has been: appointed to had quit left the there place. AI soul as the carriages lief were applied as occurred'- tae p.irty; *oa' '

I. party the true State flight party of the soul, who had saved her from impending? spiritual sway the destines for the term of ten years. plo to enter the was cathedral general-which rush of they the peo medical aid was sent for. :
I ruin. The service concluded with the "Domino were When we were there, Drs. P. B. Rein a '
if allowed do
South ADd put of distrust of Northern partieswe to by the troop, as, during the Dr. .
Salvum thus worded'"lkmiM Leiitwunh the and were- t
were
on ground
uHmmfaeRempublican :
Opposite the Post Office service
do the workmen none were permitted to enter without
arts '
supinely nothing be
we may very sure talcun foe ftapnUonen et exaudi endeavorinte to feature the three rYiiq:, b
tickets
\ that tbe Whigs.of the South will muster their still excavating the ruins made by the great not rouse qua insocaeeriautt.. civility of from the the bureau and of the Interior. The person They gave but (t very faint hopes of ,

forces and carry out their organization witha fire by which Doremur, Suydam & Nixon's No one that witnessed the scene tt this and troops their general their deportment officers was den remarkable their final recovery, the combination ot i** "

t' direct I reference to an affiliation with the eitibli hment and other rich stores were, l laid day can ever forget it. From the firing of ted an unusual stale of exhilaration. Tbe tri-" phyxij with the poison uf toe gad having aJ..- .
Northern low. The excavators resemble the ,cannon at the Invalides 70 coked banners most accomplished I is! work before Ibe un/of- M
wing whiggery, It is of impor. miners. For signals, ten with the letters ML N. in gold, tunate victims tOI5'.
bad been dicovered. Dr.
II tance.thatthe friends of:the, South should like a day or two they will dig away at a placer fur each million-at 10 in the morning to entwined in laurel crowns,which floated from man, Cleark of Board of Health bad the three
triumphant of the the head of the
wise organise and if upon calling the roll of of sheetings,and anon strike vein of red flannel the ,church of Notre passage Dame to president the palace from bi to' 'be objects of lofty particular poles( and affection masts appeared to these remoned to the hospital. The bodies rami&'

those .ho entertain state rights doctrines ; and they urn it out by cart-load. ; for the Tuilenes. hemmed the whole way between brave defenders of the soil, who continually, ed in tha house. Coroner English held aa a

resistance to federal. aggressions we shall find our cellars here are "cellar ns u cellars,"and two forests ,of military'' the multitude and In a good humored manner, pointed them quest certain., the result of wnich we did not M'.

that only the democracy answer to the call in this case they are of at least 25, feet depth outside cheering and shouting Vive Napcfeonf' out to the cur.ou1t.--ono of them* rubbing his Uofd
the a.uptfciacle was vast imposing; and The death of the woman child as Ns Jl S4
then we cannot hesitate below the level of the mag hands with satisfaction ex.lalmed.leAh '
this
to street.
organise where ,
our ) nificenf. To many,however.:, who could tor is aday ,indeed .' tar > very:>ntic I'condition fcf Uitf i. .iraod'Wf:; ,
influence shall be most powerfully felt in aid'oC. The surface is so precious in..-the vicinity of.Wall 'moistif dnvt I' n'bi i ung 7,600,000 ; sf the f"f.1'unit !s"L.The1chlfre resulted from tbe 'lwlatJoa'ogu thai 14 .

l! 4uaoQLbQ.j1oiLI.. Perhaps the demo- Street (-y' lltho Katy from 010" fo 930 Influence of>the, pageant it presented a theme dipll1eroYer the aurnwnUng great portal of the facade Nn". escaped during the night, while they were alC,

elates party of the North, owes its conservatism a foot) that the pu chafers make it up in dig. for grave and melancholy reflection-ra: !nation the group pf 36 flags fronting the large rose asleep. How the pas was allowed to escape:

to ,the desire of retaining its alliance with ling dorms till there is danger ot the Emperor born to bo..great and free' and hipp'jri: ; re in the middle, --:the 88 dfttpeauxtot all varietiesof whether from the bursting of the meter r,

i the democratic of the'South of China ( the other duced. by the bOld'nJ desperate act of. one !. colors.surmounting the Caller of the Kings pipe, as we heard rumored or from ctrl ;
'party so be it on side sueing them for to horn it had entrusted its Institutions and ness of the unfortunate victims la not shues tit
I 11 then. Let usconlinue that influence and let usi trespassing on his tea-grounds. its liberties to the condition ot something so and representing the capital towns of tbe departments oft at night as b not at all improbable we.' I.
and the
I .o far as we can 'and ought turn its policy and There has been some talk 'of removing the servile that no name, can be suggested be arms the gorgeous colonies, banners with their on respective either not know. Today a full iavettijaUoa. will K.

,, its measures to our benefit. Wo 'cannot ex. Post Office from the quaint old Dutch Church tween it and slavery side of the,udornoi,with the President's colon made. ;

11 pert to secure an advocacy of our institutions at In Nassau Strcetwbere the assistant Postmasters G,The, COUP *<*** presented',on' entering the (green starred with gold) and his Initials in a TVS ST. Lama \I'CAtoA mr.-All IM"E:E-

Iv If their han Js but we can secure. a declaration ( sanctum is in the belfry) to the more bedral of Notre Dame,was somewhat do crown-and the large tri-colored flags floating riving members of tho unfortunate rasailTet' !
te ; lenorated by the effect of a dense fog, which above the tower, were all objects of curtosi.I .. Mr. Sauerbier as well as the journeyman usM '
; or DOD intervention in our affairs and ,a deference central and capacious Brick Church so throwing a veil of l that teat
.y mist over all, that paueq ,, and added to tbe liveliness and splendor who vai with them and the dot
I I ,_ to, .our constitutional, rl i hts. Several called in; Beekman'street opposi'e tbe Park. JS.ldet! penetrated to the innermost' recesses the scene. From tbe place due rarvii to the in, the house have died since' the diaite tom, '1

leading whigs In the State, the most prominent The latter meeting-house has been used the bull ding, and mocked the. dezzling.bril. Tullerles. Louis Napoleon repaired after the discoTersd. '

I F of whom, is GOY, Call, have implored the de. Since Its erection in 1793, by the society of liancjr penned,of in nearly) a thousand wa t li ghta, sui- TV Deum to receive the. corporate bodies del. ,

mocracy to lie still and treat to the Whigs to which that eminent Theologian Jfevd. Dr. course of a luatetl.Jrom abort time the, root. In the epth and authorities',civil and military, the A IDIII named Gable, died recently ia- IaiI-tad
however, when the w oleo way was lined with troops, so that the anna, who was believer: in the Rappers
ttu defend GOT. Call wai'' Spring, has been for more than half talanf feppel of 1
us. one of the first 'to' century the toa&wrs, accompanied multitude of civilians who thronged the paths bad not taken any nouriahmes' for two waD+
foist upon the people f tbq Slate Ihe, name of the faithful pastor. Such has been tie berated by tpe cries of.F NapO1XII" which wver. and pavements,. on the bridges and quajra, and bad burnt his hands holding them acsiast

! UN Genl. Taylor without tbe ;slightest declarationof emigration of "the gentility", from the Park the from without aDd were re-echoe&l.. could with difficulty get a sight of the Presi. tbe fire, for the purpose! of Sakmg.the etectfl-'

principles:and 'Mr/ Cabell played second section to the uptown v quarter, that, 'Dr. the arrival of lofty,the President 1nare and aisles, an aouace4 I! dent and tie various notabilities who follow61. city out, .*he lAid, 'while extraordlnaryoeitement. :
this bad .
partially Nevertheless -
the Exhaustion
and andexcitwapct
We hall hardly I heed call Spring's society are for the most a long died and better cheering erica of ': .. 1
fiddle.., .: this now part ; away a opportunity was 41: I"Vire NapofanV were inceasaqt' and' |loud the probable cause of his death. ,,

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1 1IAIM TIle:tk.fel'fc Hill.a,English U is copied acc Mmt from or Lord the J,nor* its IDa*eariiness n aclrutaP; comJos w before*ul valof Bngllsh;this peatj plant I'lI\A.'elClaaaett..f.ddltl Otdlnaroeilnel3it tthe> a'o Police as'. .a ttbllc Rooms Meetluffi.for Private Rooms- ,String in i f. FORWARD' ::-fc TOWIJjE- ,h" ,,

and always
ntinBl3ff for a loaf ti.>ax. It .f UW temporary purposes ,
JI fciBV -History of England (row the Peace w I. f3t '..U.e.ll 'readiness at the ATTORNEYS
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the tint Magnolia (tetreatt : AT LAW AND SOMCITOOS'JN
harbinger of uprln ail is herblvorom t S
to U..Ui"i
c4 Utrecht. It 11 la Use sin.an ;, 'i'l1f JM. .I..AUcnnn..J Nov 29 .
IropaiUalWhen B,48tf s, .
MIRANDA. '
miss, what the trader of di t CE&Y. X'-7.7 i .
aanall" : ,rues spring Cite-J Sg:dxprrddae.TJt.'t '11 any' D or e. : ; .
the English, approached the summit must be to.the longing cattle. Whoever owns Pen oaa .a U eomaUt N' cscu'io br corotalttcd ors ,f Billiard Table and Ten Pin' Alley. S fJ .

of Brecd'i fiili, the Americana encounteredthem I a Garden spot, plant an Asparagus bed; it 1 aLl or be coacerned i>'csmmhtutg'aay tmpa._p* the Magnolia rtreat open throughout. the -'
a cheap, healthy her wi'b oa a. lot, 13L dsr and FI.O&lJrA. .
with' cailneti nod luxury and should garden.grove 01' pkeuUea within the En Dlaf. .
tbeir great fire till within! determination in the reach ol all who crave the early treas- Cite of&. Agtuitet ornpoa sayi/ak tree,brab-j Not 89 no48tf S. MIRANDA.I W,. A. FORWARD, | SIMON TOWLE.
letsrfteK eighty or a bun. tel uf apring.of lU :S o nr. plant, tine or vegetable growing ia say I : talt 01 St. Aagastiae. ... Florida.
drcd yards, and then it with I I II
pouring d end Ifelm. &a1I each Jot,guides, roY or-4sautfoaor shall be eoa- TT oyster House.' J"T 2q Co&cfors lale.
c Th fi were blutrrt to the wind the kll I arced ID destroying or carrying away pay fruit i t H BTflters in every style served op daily at Mag*
i |y productions of Lord Sandwich and Colonel A STANCE BIRD. vegetable or thing of r.lae growing Ujtrrin: sack nolia Retreat. 'Parties can have any prf par- BV vjnueoftbe power vested ie-m 'r law't

Grant as to the alleged Ucflcieocr of CtlUf.p Mr. Evan Corli,of this town shot a largo penoa et persons rshsU; ora eoavktiea for I Cltloa and.private apanmeats. door at AfrliooTillo 5 e*pace fo r sale before the Cowi Hoa..t. ,

io the colonist; preJiciioiis whkb be.ites bird near his residence on Friday last wtticb, neb offence,be subject to a fine not exceeding ua Nov 29 nsi48tf S. 1J1R. ND.Nouee ..- next the following described oath. first Monday of Jol* .
in Ibo ate utterly falsa and has dollani tad tb costs prosecatioa and If met of bad os so
. being groundless attracted considerable attention. The bird : a elate is much thereof as will taxes
II"0 always a mamfesl lendtncr'to defeat Is still alive, and will probably recover from .lee or the shall be liable to whipptnj pot excteJisg for hereby the given that the City Taxes State of Florida and County pay the doe thereon 0-
tbelDtllSl,. Suet prediction, it I* wound tea stripe, and the like com : ADd la every CUlt preoeat year, will be duo oa the the Orange doubled taxed .
pb&lnlIad its -the bullet merely cutting the cords of eoflTictioo 15th instant and that I shall oa that dare proceed to from year 1845 to and including 1851, to
Dut been forgotten by those whose honor buy of one wing without breaking any booea. Our. the ofiender shall stand comouttedBuOl a.enforcement of the Ordinance to col wit: .
regulating,
the
pr8ikd. It is tftid that when occ of the Etireiro naturalists are divided in opinion,; .whether iris been ntfafied fine or penalty and all costs. shall have lection of the same 0480 acres assessed to Theresa Itodrine, irt

JI Ia t tf Btt drew nearer than the rest, an eagle or an'owl. h ia almost .entirely it sod srtUintd paid: F.P.F&RRFIRA. Section 37, township'19. range 228.
ft further Thai it shall be Uw- .
e') many of the Americans opposite cnl'e4 oat to while having only now and then 'a spot of' tailor merchatit not Assessor and Collector.8t Uokss uxr*. and rxpensea are paid before the
Iii ._ndinit officer.Colo el Abercromble, brown. It measures about Ore feet from lie i keep any soreor or ahop-krtper,dispose Of other penoa n.tine Feb. 14th.1852. day of ale. J. SIMPSON,SherifTand .

are tbs Yankees coward*!'-.and most clearly up of.one wlox to the other, but Is apparently uu o. ,warn open or merchandise on the Sabbath any tx da.chat day or* jan 3.1852. Tax Collector o.c. ,

they weru our. On ibo other band*the BrilUli a young bird not word than six.or eight i months barter or aU the same,shall oa conviction be find NOTICE. Tax Coll tor', Salt.
troop bad grievous odds against ibunu old and ,is no doubt native,of the cold In theaom of J8 HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors Heira, *
By ; a re. ten dollars for eves, .sack offence,to* H. virtue of th* power vested in me hy'I Uw I
the umkilful directions of their chief*, fhey gbm of the norib--perhaps Labrador or Hud' getker with the edits of pnuecuins the came.,, fieoq'Lentees loune&late others ollSl., interested in the Estate of By expose for sale before the Court Ilbase

were encumbered with three day* provision son's Bay. It has a heavy coat of leathers slit JmAer"'I;Jlltl'That it than not (.lawful that on the of Johns Months County deceased door at rtellonville on the'firrt Monday of July next
expiration six
nod their knapsacks on their back well calculated for protection against the for any penoa by himself I servant or sjjent, to give, hereof,I will apply the of Probates from the date the following described truer .of bad or so' mach,
"Under Hutjwavy lead aud,beacuih a Vurn- cold and storm ; powerful talons, and eyes sell or barter,to any slave or alsvetJaoy Tiaooa, County of St.- ohas to aforesaid Court, Cora final for the I. tUaeot as will pay-the taxes due thereon the State

lag *un Oho baa lulled up a rugged hill} pleasant ant beautiful. It is indeed a noble eplritOQl or iatoxlatiag liqoon wibot4. an exprtat of my accounts with said Estate, and a discharge settlement : Florida and County of' Orange from the year 1845,
covered .llb Jon" grass reaching to tbvfr specimen, ofthe feathered 'JK.'ClelBr licence in writing from the person having the cue administrator thereof. as to and including 1$51 to wit .

:,: knees and Intersected br various fences and GkuetU.Range'. qonlllYI. trot of aId dare or slaves, coder the penalty of FRANCIS BRIBIERAdiar. I 100 acres belonging toor supposed brlong to,
1ieIoIul'l.a and instead of beta brought to twenty dollars for each and every offence, with the St. Avguatane February 21st 1852. Robert Shepherd and JOM Sanctez WIDIfCdoo .
attack the American force in flank, which coats; sod the lofonner chad be entitled to ibo one 50. township 17.range 34, the place 'known as Do

would bates been equally effectual fur distuJg* ef tbe TlspranoxDeter.Tsnii half of.said peaalty: and, if the person or pencasao T "X &S8ESIJOR'ifllO'ICJ&. ,bardy's. CanaL :. .

iaz they had been tenon AirecU1 In flWl, offending,aball! be a licensed atop deeper,bk or .,LasA tiQgvfaf reiaros$taxable,property fojp 1853, UalessaaIg and expetisea era Quid beSoAtbe day l'At

ev.- ir4:itiifel"e\ct:7Mb: liw : < 1"1 Nor: I I':" ., "' their i sA I teae'sbg s lg! ,\., J- *'artA t oI f atw.tJo n p .:,, oor' 1t ,. ..x.s' ..a dlY f'aK.4 i-

istt t h. MNaCIt.Vj1Ia'tb_ prs). [Ktptat! the Barrack, St.Att&uline..1 Pat ed Ia Canal'ayfilth, 1S5I. r. respectfully reqQested to pteaeat sk+tirthts of taxable 'I Also, 39fO acm.ajease.4to: -Clarke 'and' At-

rious disadvantage and now exposed to.4be Eo' B. GOULD,Mayor., properly Before the aiM day of April next. Owners or. ilnson,being in section 37, township 13,' range 23' .
close and wet directed fire of t ibuir Attest, Aeatlof'ba' in this County are dlo'fiYe a I oath and ran lit Haw Creek.'W.A.. Forwtrd.Af .
wavtred end fell back enemy DATE. .'. etas 9 L: J I P.n.9r,1. C :AS. HAAGER,Clerk of the Council. particular description of their location,,by Sections, Also, $00 acres in Township 18
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they grave way in South'range'
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,4 disorder towards theo landing' lace. Here -.r. U or by water courses 35. east,assessed to the hirj of Caroline Me-' .
they were quickly rallied by their officers, 1 6& 1. 78-7t ordlunace to amend nil Or .)UDde I Hardy, eoath of New Smyrna 1 ::,
'' AD R B.
and a scccoiid time led up to the charge. 'S 69 '8S 88'- .72 prohibiting Hones: and CANOVA Sheriff and ex.off.Tax I Also 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caro 4.!
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Assessor and
Collector
I 68 68 'Ii19' Cattle from within s j c. line faeHardy. being jn sections 49 O .
r. But bf ono ber blunder ot lboe placed in ffoliig at largo & i and sad 5! tf
a, fciithoriir over tHfma supply of Imll{ for the 4 41 61 69 62b the City of St. Aagnstlne Augustine Jany. 24th 1852. partia Township If. range 34 and pan in town, :i I.

field artillery b'injc sent Arum the ordnance 0&5 61 15' "66 Be *ordained by the JAayor and Aldermen of hip 1 8, and rang 35 sooth of New Smyrna. ;t j

department Button, was found to be of 8 65 6:1 85 ,64. 'ht' City of St. Augustine, That i il shall alsobe TO SAVANNAH & CHAKLESTOW. day Unless of vale.Also taxes. ad expenses are paid before the. I.

larger cmeruSons! than lilted tbu calibre' 1 6S ::60 61 ;68 lawful for the City Marshal to report to' the THE new and splendid .

the guns and tins overalgiit of course prawn* 8 \ .0&9 6& 63' ,.fib Mayor, the owner or keeper of any hone, mare, Steamer FLORIDA,Capt.Lxwa 5000 acres assessed Philip R. 1
Youngiy
ted the further uiw of lite .field artillery that 9 i 68: 6S 11'.165'. '' gelding colt or mole, and she any cow, heifer i t Coxnrxa, {will arrive log la sections 37 and 38.township 91 south ;i ;])

dajr. Again did the Americans from behind 10 I 68 11 101 .k G9II bull, ox or calf found running at large within the at Picolata every 30,and township 21 south rage 31, east,being nag on '*>
Thursday
; I 69 18 14 12 the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to the prod- at 3 P. M. and leave every Friday et Lake Jes Forward. '
their iRtrcncbtncnts U >ou them a dillruc.tj up Affect. .
pour | 10 A. M. for Savannah
lions of "Ordinance horse and Charleston direct.
II 71 15 15. 19 an prohibiting and I Unless tare
,,IItr. Again were they repulsed and dri- and expenses are paid before th*
Fare with i
CAttle ; elegant State Room accommodations ;
from
ten -in cotifusion down tbe bill. At .ihu 13 71 16 18 11 going at large within the city of St. PicoUta to Savannah day uf sale. i
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Augustine. fi *
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fr into. moment General clinion, without 15 !' 70 11 7S ''G : Pad In Council February 7th, 1B52.C. ** Charleston "13 Also, 1000 acres ofland in section 37, to./o- ,!

.afUng for orders, put hnttlf.t thu huadofasmilTdciacntieat 16 63 63 65 6f : : J. do MEDICEcJ, Mayor Pro Ten. Feb. 15.1853."rVTOTICEisbreb. ships 17 and 18, >ange 30, assessed to David .K.Danhaui ; "
(i wu battalions) wbich 1' ; Attest 'I ,Wing on Lake Cerrisford St. Johns Riv- '
17 64, 67 67 65 given, to all ,
haidentd over in boats from Button. The '' ., ,, CIIAS. B. AG ER,c. c. JLl claims the personj hav er. 'n
.65 ing Estate
J8 65' r12 11 against of Fernando
t wot,. though smttj, was.' mod .' Unless taxes and expanses are paid before lap .
.aJo1 ttlo;and the presence ol Cliniun himseltof 19 M' 69 ,'68 6'1 TO LARGE PLANTERS. Falany eenr. deceased either as J>gatee' Creditor's day of wle.Aso .
SO 61 1:1 15 68 or otherwise, that th..18 required to prrtint J
:': prove material fret vice, In rallying Ibo 21 09 63 62 '.Ii' Valuable Tracts of Land for Sale.f the same within two years from the date hereof I 600 acres of land,lying in section 40,tow*. j. .
soldiers and preparing them for another tm:. Si 8 -. BlHE subscriber u Agent ot the several owners or such claim. will forever be barred. ship 17 south range, 33 east,assessed to .tJt estate
Tu that dust 11. the ulrJ and list, .aryas. 41 68 41 i oflen for aale some of the most Tsluable lead JOHN CAPO A'lministrator. of Linda y Tod near New Sol4'Oa* ,FOlwardlpat. F
23 12
.1 65
tier were, tu rttshcd up wjth irresistableimpeluoniii 62 In East Florida to wit: StAugtutine Feb. 7ih 1853 8wk, Unless taxf-s and expenses are paid before the
*;utul carrying the eiiumy*. .I.duubtallbe 1. 6-1 1:1 65' 69 1- 800 acres valuable hammock Iud.West ofFlemingtoo dAY of sale. : ,

point of tbu Da)'ouet. 25 72 16 12 61 ,known aa the Gibbs Lucida Marion Co.,. FROM JACKSONVILLE. ,
S6 41 62 61. 62. 1100 acres near the Alacbua Savanna, known aa Also, 900 acrrs arced to John Robinson being I l.t, :
"D ibis litho the
Americans' supply of 17 63 63 68' 70' .the Carey Grant. For Enterprise and Mcllonvillc part of a tract of 20CO acres granted to Briggs and .

nottdrr began to fail; still they lougbk on i8 10 74 18 68Q9 1400'aerea in San'Felaaco Hammock necr7 wi Robinson being in Section 38,township 15,nope 32 "
I Lr-vrly, and even, it is Mid, maintained the 63 6J 64 .tS6 -n.'riU6. known nibs LawtonLands LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS. and township 15 range 33, S and E on Hallifrx ; j

cuutest witu their clubbed muskets, until at 80 ., 63 68 I I81 79Dzczusu Several thousand acres good and ;in she'Aire Steamer SARAH SPALDING having River. \

tout they were dUlodgrd and |IU\ to' flight. dondo Grant. THE ; oewly fitted up, will resume her regular Unles Taxes and expenses are paid before the day ;y

Though retreating IU'utter disarray, Ibe.rt'lwal ?000;acres on''Halifax River, South of 8u Augustloe. trips for the above places on Wednesday, the 14tbiust. of sale. j

no more than a ahoy U pursuit"agi.inst l' 58 57 65' 55 .Known aa the Bolow Plantatioo hating 800 ., touch ing at all the intermediate landingsandwill Also. 68 acres used to Cornelius Monro on the

them; but they tuffoml severely in passing I. 62 66 69 b5 -j acres of open land suitable (arcane sod cotton. continue punctually to leave every Wednesday Wekiva Creek,bounded on the sooth'by George R. !
Cbarlestown neck fn-m Iblt And several other bodies of hammock land I moruiDI'at 90'clock. connecting with the U. S. j
/ rnoflir/u/ of two ; a .5' 5J 68" 47 on Fsirbank's laad,. Unless taxes and expenses are.paid .
I floating'batteries, and of thn Gloucester' than 4' IS 49 59 141b : aa'tipblil waten. Mail steamers to and from Savannah. For freight, before the day of eale. .

"I..nr And thus, only changing Ibo numbers 40 64 65 41 The titles undoubted sod terms bw-Applyto' I raga nneit'S or passage apply on board,or to I II J SIMPSON. Sheriff and Tax Collectoro.c. ,

but retaining' another gallant exploit, 6 68 63 65 41 : J GEO. R. FAIttD\NKa, I F&B.1ANDEZOJSUEE & Co.,Agents.Jan. jan 3d, 18:g. .
18Si':"
Feb S3, 1653 8t. Florida. 10,
tliat tbe I AngusOnr, -
e rouy ay remnant of Ih'e'ulld 1 61"" 61' "' 65' 1'69"' Tax Collectors Sale.

.' twenty hundred uncfioquernblu British sol 8 60' 6:1 .S1 62 x rj rjt IB District Court of tile United Tax Collector Sale. Y virtue of the power vested ia me by law I
diers suwd triumphant uu tfcu fatal hill!'. ., 8 65 .6:8. shall fi rsae before the House
,
f I _"-__ .j '+. .- e power..gJl is e, jl .a, expose Court
"Such was the battle which not quite aptly t 10 41 v8 7:1 i -emu'-. DwtiucT or- FtoRibi.: shall expose lor sale Delorelhe"Court.House orat MtHonviib oa the-Monday April sieat. -

considering the dispose ion ol the ground, 11 6S. 63 19 85 is hereby given that in pursuance oho door at Mellooville on the first Jl/unday of July the following described tracts of land or so mach .

hu received from the neighboring bc.bllhe 12 ,6:1' 64, 11 69 I NOTICE the Hon..Isaac U Bronson lodge of next the following described tract of land or so thereof, will pay the.uh due thereon the State
name uf Bunker's Hill. Tho loss of thu Brit. 13 69 63 63 6 tI" said Court I shall on the 6th day of March instant, much thereof u will pay the taxes due thereon the of Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851 l. .1

lab was 'iindyii, considering their number 49 48 60 49 at the Clerk*'-Office of said Court at the Court Hca e State of Florida and County of Orange for the year r 10 wit ; f ,*

ont,
half bad fallen ; above 220 killed ; nbove 820 16 81 (8 66 41 I Seven jurors to sea at the ensuing> April Term ol It 62 acres of land being part of a grant of 4000 f 520 acres the entilef Anton Ponce North : :;,;

waended. The Americans, having lough 17 49 49 49 3S said Court-of wborti twenty-three are directed to be acres assessed to Domingo Accts. in section 3tJ, of Smyrna Barr doubled taxed. ;i'j
from behind intrenchmcn from of OlIn) towtubip 20Range 34 and 35 near Flownder Crwek
suffered {less soTcrely 18 28 29' 12 drawn the County and twentyfourfrom i }
Al of
ro, 233 acrrs land the East {
on side of
t ; according to their own uccount, theirretire 19 U 36 the County of St. Johns--of which all persons India River.
loss In killed and wounded was under .0 3-1 1(9 S6 1.vSI Interested will take notice. J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. r: Lake Gi-orgc.Ruppoked to belong to Domingo ;,
49 4. 3d KS2 Acostn, in section 38, township 13, 37 '
450. A'oou aiitung their aUin was more la'ill 81 61 60 5 I GEOU.. FAIRBANKS. U. 8. D. C. Jan ,__ range i>
double taxed.
Konbani District of Florida.St .
Collectors 8aleBy ,
ih :a.their Doctor-Gonerul Warren, a 22 68 61 68 Tax I
8:1'SS
iii.the prune of life, of tried energy, 62 69 68 6) Augustus,Feb.28th, 1852. virtue of the pewer vested in me by law, Also, 166 '67-100 acres of rand on the east t

. Kteutpuwersof pnrauasiouand highly. .- 24 U ,6S 66. 61 Tax Collectors Sale. shall expose for sale before the Court House side of Lnku George in section 47 ami S3,sup- f ,
the hat
door Mellonville on Monday of
July next
85-87/1
iritg'ubilittu'-YtL t'i., posed to belong to the estate ot Richard !
pp. 25 6. 68 15' 61 of the vested in ]I of
Y virtue power me by law, the following scribed tracts land or ao much doubled taxed.
Weightman, ,
2a 61 81 "Ia. )J __ shall expose for sale before the Court House thereofu will pay the taxes doe thereon the State J. SnfP:50N. tihaeriR' aDd ,
CULTURE ASPARAGUS. n 6., 65 j,67 G5 at MeUonrUle on the first Monday of Septembernext of Florida and County of Orange for the yea 3J, 1852 1axColkctora 4 i'jsn
CoTHE"WORLD '
Tbe'e is scarcely a garden plan less un 98 61 'a ; 61 8. the following described tract of,land or so muchthereof 1851 to wit: .

der.iood :ban the Asparagus. Many who 49 60 J'1. 61 .,60, u win pay the State and County taxes I I 377 acres of land belonging or supposed to be ,I AS IT PAStfBd.I .

know and appreciate its great delicacy as a 80 .6' 74 13 68 \ and the necessary expenses due,then on for,the yearJ60 hag) to 'ITiomns Forbes being in section 45 to svn. MORRISVIWS 1-(
II 6& '7S. I'M. R1t. 1851. to Kit: '. : 16 range 29 south and east assessed to the said ,
labie esculent, look I: almost as toroid -- -- -
upon seres of land formerly owned by';.'NfcolosSbeperd Tho Forbes. I RODE JOURNAL FOB 18:19.

-.L den fruit from its subposcd rarity and difficult JAXVAJLY. 1.852. '' t.".. at lake Monroe. Present owner. not, kilo, Also, 5aern sect'on 40, township 16 ton ti', y
culture. Nothing can he farther from '" A Frt.IfILYNEII'SPAPEB. :
1 82 65 11 H.. Doable taxed for the year 1851. U age 29. east,assessed to Thomas Forbet.Also. \ j
the truth. An humble seashore plant,braving S .8 41 62 (5'a J. SIMPSON, Sheriff ,and Tax Collector, o.c. .515 acr.ain section 39, township 14 south lUBUsnr.tVEEKI.T IT TWO Douuias A TTJIH, .!
,.the fait waves, winters cold and samnvr's : Feb. 28 1853. rang 27 east being on West banks of take George -
bent, it has been brought into thtf Garden, acclimated 8S, (1 57 4S and assessed to Thomas Forbes.J. Tint rrar srsiiti OF THX JTXW sxuxs wot sa 'r
and tended until it holds the first 4 15 47 68 41 SIMPrfON Sheriff and TuCoI1ectora.c..laDe '
.
6 48a6 69 61 STATE OF F 0EASTESN RJPA.CIRCUIT COURT, lsenn ox THE nUT or JARVAXT xxx?. .t
rank among the vegetable luxuries ol the table. 3. 18S. -.
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8 40 49 d C1RCUIUT. trt. JOHNS ;
40&
But it takes tbr to mature from ." ,
years Tax CvOtctun Sole.BY THE Home Journal has now Weome tctiv.TbefrareJew.fSmileuofculdnttd __
1 38 65 ''
41 .
the need, before it can be cut for the table, '63 41' COUNTY. > virtue of tbe power-vested in me by law Ihall ; habits-(Jew ef !

and='this is the bug-bear. There is no crop 8 42 44 49"t \ Pepelope! M. E. Sumner.Corap' J expose for sal- before the Coon House thW who seek to ralhren and make home the most ,.
efts&rto culture,and none that pays moro in 49 68' 11 61 b riA>cxmT, door at Mellonville. on the first Monday of July next intilH2 the amount of nutritious loud, than the Xnpn* 10 'J5 69 ,5 85 Morton Cora.Sbmnrr. Deft. J Bill for DiTOrce' the following described tracts of bed'or so much receive it. It is read we believe therever run the

ragut bed ; admitting that h takes three yearsto 11 48 69 62 44 appearing to the satisfaction of the Com thereof as will pay the taxes due,tbereon the State -gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral .
s
get thettrct bite. The seed may be .plan 11 40" 49 O 44 JIS It by affidavit filed in this cUe, that Morton of Florida aad County of Orange to wit/ refinement which are woven so thickly into the j
tafia any good garden soil in February or 38 31 28 IIJ" nish Sumner the Defendant above named, cor-I I I' Niac Tenths of 41,000 acres of land granted to irunger and coarser web of our country's industry a

March in drills and as the plants come 'up SS 87 61 31, yond the Units of the State of Florida, so that tho h Dele plQ, oppodte Sfomts Itland Ind1eaRiverp and energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the ;
and grow keep them well worked with the 16 16 41 :. 5J;; ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. I! ,doubled taxed from the year lets to lad inclndmg speaker to the heart of this busy nation in the hours
UI 45 6 81 42 on Motion of : 181' given to bippmensnd relaxation.
hoe the Therefore, McQueen Mclniosh Esq.
will be
sufficiently large
; foots
b11 17 6 49. the Ualalwea sad expenses are paid before day ot At a Next Yevf.9 Prewar front* Gttlfmt to aZ4y.
fail and winter to The pUp; willgrow 84 U Solicitor for Complainant, it is ordered, that BO I
transplant. '
IPSON, Sheriff and .the Home Jouirial is one of woick fi. rt-
to kind of ,oil but its IS 45 61, ?a .63 lice of the pendency of.this salt be given, to the said tale J. S a I
I. es delicacy,
any .tmAnmee it renewed week sad it b
iH 18 51 47 44 S8 Defendant, Mortoa Cornish BanDIt,by publicationin jan 3d. 1853 Tax' Collector. e. retry nnsur
tea Its.
from rapid growth
racu c oats t gift i in
puaed a good taste.
10 II 18 $7g1 -The Aslant City"a Public Newspaper paWiaa .
1& sopId hBfcridLtoli; \U will bear almost 18 ColleelarsYvirtae Sale Tuxs..Foroneeqpj.82 for three copies, $5,.
'T-az ;
371.34 .1 ed lathe City of EU AkfBsdae,in the Ce.aty rind .
any tfwtatlu efwiCSrc,and deKgota fn a,ndf Cmd&' Oreemtd. 'c thtrrlE lmoncrs. ofthe-poer ?Jia .me til law IJO or for one copy far three years t 05-always in advance.
sefl M It It shore pUnt it also do- II U 4' 41. 41. 4" Subscriber'without .Address ", "
; *tea ., cairfag him the said Delta lawer. sharexpoos ale befo 4tb JtavUIm -fftmJtf
U 15' 49 4fr 69' 'I' f-
lights to .1:,and a top dressing ot salt over \ the said Bill or the same aDd tbe matteuand things door st Mellooville oo, the;first'Cosday of July I ;k'1NIEL18, a
the bed. least the will \ U 4S 17 U 61P drtcriSed 'or land so Editors, Ib7Fahoa'areC Naw ;ork
at twice in season keep H'al therein alleged wilt be takes u Coa&ssed. next the following tract ; or
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down all! the gnus u4 weeds and invigorate as 51 69 And it is farther ordered,that a hearing bad ia much thereof will pay the'taxes due thereon the ',
28 a M ADAMS Ifc (DO' j
the pkata.1t.,1JeeQ 10 this Case, at the next Tier Term of Paid Court, to State oC Florida and County of Orange for the
11 40 S 60 ,46 ia and for St.Jeosr. 1851.to wit :
aforesaid
\ be holden Couaty at I year -., .
to tea lant supposed absolutely necetoarr bodsireaefeftd 3337 N 'A 43' the Court Howe, in the stid City of St. Aoj-ustine. I 100 acres assessed to Joseph Hernandez in .
& Asparagus and .to have 29 15 al ,61 (9 14 33,outh and esst.
Given under njr band at Chambers this 4th day section 43, township range
and bricked up at the bottom and I. ao19 59 61 of February A.D. 1853.THOMAS J. SIMPSON,Sheriff and Tax Collector, o.c. .
Way but usy good Garden nil that will II 6 70 'a ; 58Fwv.L DOUGLAS, Judge& Jan.31852. .r .

bring beets or cabbages will bring good Aa .. A true copy from the original order.P. .'s. .. 1
plraftit. It may lie cssdo just us much bet B. DUMAS Clerk,c. c. sr. tours. co. Preserves Pickl, &c NEW YORKEXPRESS. ?: ;..
torethegtrde&sr may think proper to mawwe. 166 68 18 68 FeH.2tith. 1853 PRESERVED Fruits assorted PlumsJVsehes, ua I"lIE'V ..
In trafiapl&atiag for a bed. plant the 51 60 \ 60 55 51 Qaraces Pine Apples Currants ORLBJ lJI' ;
roots .abost I 41jl,, ,68., : 45. Oranges, Jigs; Strawberries. Currants asd
eight Itches by tea ; cover thocrown a 19 AGI OLBA IlETI JEJ1T.r '- H
bud 4 II: d "GO' 48 QUAY Jelly, Venoadlli, Macaroni. Sweet Oil I.
vwd about two inches : keep.dO'A the 6 ,0 i 58 I I 58 :r THIS COMMODIOUS ESTABLISBMEIfT.. Aljaooda. Madeira N I. FObrita Pea N't'.assorted -! .' '," i 4 J
by tfeesppUcftUoa of _It. Work la a ernes :
sa 77 83 opened-thou desirous of .. Caady.Roeh Candy. Citron Kaiams. Cassis. Bar \
good ee tot minureio the winter aDd you 6 61 cam Lave rales aid 16,18& 19 .Wanat. New-York. '
oppertnaity; tcplations Cordials .
7 59 10 \ 7t,, ,61 every BLaa.Congress Water Praat GoferPreatrves '
BuyeemaeaeecfitUeg the tender stalks tbo 66 each u to please. Attend, is aa Oyster 'saloon ,Ppaafah'OHvrv, ChSffiptlga, Claret.W- :39 lain st. Hartford, Ct.
,11 ,
net spring i cat Joel below ibeturfiice: of the 8 N 65 l ,65. _. and Eating HOOM whIdn-, .tau rathffi
ITOUM.and tU attrne stalks may to cut tea- I 14 266_ plied from day 0 day 'Ti'fl tf.estia' *lmen.PickI8.,CepS'r Sap Sap,' &ado' Foley Il1lJaJtilt16reat., ..1tl_ .A' ?
ay In the M OI1. 'To tsosewba)do cot wish 10 66 t61 71' N of amusement, 'sa4sdta" Cnekera.;Anderson. Pfoe opt P'' tJl"f4y., WpbitItriti.7V.nriesnth .,
to tmssflmot end U' 50" It ,ram 9 to 12 A. M.a J.o S I'.MTFa ; T roblCnIf'-1 4
ptest the teed hi good soil ,65. .41 i eta eny Qew 1, .. I! Ridil' Va. -
work m as dirocted fci the roots, o dilke 11 u.41 ,,68 : diate floors and gnu I' 'p.demfl f'Jr ; :,'> 84,VVftahiofftdO st, BosUo. ,. J |
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third yew tbe stem may be cut for the-table: IS 88 J .. 61 'QI I. Nov 10'. 8. 'ffD.\- N! yn-18jt.: : I 72 Camp st:, New Orleans.- V

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! ; i --'Biii DI ; ; I- 1"**Forlhe'eounty 'of Nassau; Toni j before ,the':.-!'nB..fECURl1'Y' = BRP ; I'jTaxrvsajiwaorarjraaaoBjr *'- .s 'f Tor colilectotti''8 U.' .r
'i ," j"/<*B *ciici..", Oo St. George Street,north of third ,-" ** HForthe : .law J
Monday of November. ; ,.,' 1T.Y.ll virtue' of she power rested ia me by tfce-petrer
1 .' s, $900,000. B"yjrt13e.or "tItrinw.1i ;
r. j the Palme Square' and'one, "'door. north. of the, Methodisf county' of Dura. ],'on the .third Monday. of- ]- -, "t shall expose for sale before the Court8 twee for sale before the Coat .."
Church.' November. TOE MUTUAL LIPBt.IIII1BAlIICB'.coap.AlIY of the first Monday -{ the GM
door ba t.city SuAagustiae 'oo at IffUoln'iUe 011' Monday orf .
i Hondo Houe. ,:Oa Treasury Lane North of For'the county of Marion on thfc 'first ., Inlkcembet M, of May nelt, the following described property following described tract of lead oe tlx j
i thePoblie Square OF NEW YORK NO.tt WALL;. '! :
; and
A ; much thereof aa will pay the State U will pay the'xea due tbereoa
_; City Hotel. On Charlotte and Bay Street, a few For the cccaties" of AJachua and'- Levy on t the second 'N ET Accumulated :Fund,NOY.1st, 1849, 0SQOir ,county or so taxes and the necessary expenses due there Florida and Cenaty Oraoge for tbe the rarl& -ot,
doors South East of the Public invested is Bonds tad 1'SI'
r', Square. Monday in December. 000,securely Mortgages for the 1851, lo wit : wit* ,
I PUfterf Hotel. On Charlotte* ,Street and Treu Fortbe county. of Columbia, on the-third ,Monday on real estate is this city. and Brooklyn, and stocks oo One lot'of rear land wiihia the limits of the city of 300 acres of Land assessed.to Joseph? \ 1
t Lane,north of the Public annexed the Jibe State and of New, York and' United I/. :.
I ary Square to liD December ? 4. City St. Augustine bounded oa the North by Lot of chitin section 40.township 1B. hap J3 S '
i I Florida House.BOARDING The-U.S. District Coon at St. Aigutunf.onthe Bata Government. Marquis De Forgery oa the south by lot of Rev. on the Halli&x River "1.4.5.
: .. i t ''HOUSES.Mitt first Monday ia April 1 iTCIE This fund rapidly increasing by a widely extended H Axtcll aDd..M &Pop ud.East by. Maria Sanches Also 310 seres assessed Jo the aid :

.' 'r ,F.t.. On t. George Street, a few. doorsSouth Ta&YELLER'S GUIDE. and proaperoBs bat-.. creek,and west by Rev. H wixtelTs Loud marsh Sanchez, ia,sec 51.tQ>ahip 17, J"tt
r of the Court Horse and Public The' declared dividend ol profits offif naze U. ;
Square. I Company of the St.Sebastian creek'said lot was returned in and east west 'of Smyrna. l
1 I O. N. Papy. On Bay street .corner of Bay and ROUTES FROM CHARLESTO ty-two per cent oa all existing policies on the 31st 183i by 3lkhtel Usins.and assessed to William H. 1. nlilP.SON. :and Tan tolkstor, '!"' ;
Garden Lan of January, 1848. i '.:fo" '

,! DOCTORS.* From Ckarletton to New-York Lea.ing'dihly' at 'All the 'Profits sure divided ruacajjtbo Sfcadgett.. Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the Jaa.. ,3,1Tax- e tt.'

Doct. F. Week*. Office at hU Dwellin g House 31-9'o'clock P. x, By Steamer Wilmington 180 lasaired r'W.c day of sale. Cot,r'. ale.' 4.
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oo, Bridge Street. ; miles,-By Railroad to Weldon 16i milea To pe.tersbnrg The premiums are payable in cash annually,tern- R. B. CANOVA, Sheriffund ex-off. By rirweof power rested la iris for la. .If-:
Doct. John B. Peck. Office on St. George Street 63.-To Richmond r!.-'ro Acqnia Creek i Annually* ,or quarterly, interest being added on. ,the : Tax Assesror'and CoIlectors.J.c expose for ale bfc, me Co.ft ,1 '
doors North of the Court Houae.DRUGGISTJ 55. By Railroad deferred payments. door at MellonviUeoii the firs .
70iBy Steamer to Washington to : Madly or
Nor L 1851 Jv.
I \ ) Baltimore 4O To Philadelphia 9..-To New-York The cash principle adopted by this Company the folluwiag described tAct at land -
P.C Zylttra. Chemist and Dragcut, Charlotte 87. Total distance 771 miles.Time. .60'hours. Fare i mes to the partiesfor whose benefit the insurance Tax Colleet i"'* Sale. the"?* ** will pay the taus due thereon a tie W
r Street. < ,; : a reeSreted, the whole of,the advantages without virtue of the power "fltecllD me by law I of Florida and Cooaty of Oraage fee War '
I \' .' __ $20.The the drawback .of By before the, Court Howe the >wt31O
I r- : "Southerner (Steamship) leaves''Charleston subjecting them to heavy : accumulated D expose for sale to wit : awe

:f j r LAWYKRS; every tenth day after.the 27th of April,o'clock ff: x. premiam notes. in the city of St. Augustine oa the first Monday of acres assessed to Jaoes CLark b air'
f B. B. G,uld. Counsellor at Law-office on .ATlUery'Lane. Thro in 60 hours.Fare (Stete-Rootn) 925* Persona may effect insurance on their own live May next, the following dacrihnl'propml or somuch' 42. township 11. Range 31 south Ad :
lr '. Prom Ckarlettt f* PkiUdelpkia The Osprey and the lives of others. A married woman en in- thereof as will pay the State sad aunty taxes UaIlif River, eastea .
I i' ( jtf. :A. i Putnam. Attorney, and .Councellcr j leaves Charleston every other Saturday at 4 o'clock, cure the we of her husband the benefits of hkh are sad the necessary expenses due thereon for the.year J. 81b1P.ON, SheriffaadTaxCoDe 1 or..eJf

,: at Law, office, Picolata street. .' I I 1'.M through in 60 hoars. Fare >$30. secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or children. 1851, to wit i Jan 3, 1833 !
I .George R. Fairtmkt. Attorney and Counsellor af From Cksrteito* to Nno-Orleus. Leaving daily 2000 acres 2d rate laud being in section 34. pri- b

Law-office in the Court Honse.;, ai o'clock, A.x. By 8. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 Clergymen and ill others dependent upon salaries rate surreys,township 5,South, raage.36,east tad Tax CelUtter'g Sate

miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.--By are specially invited'no.avail themselves of a resource section 39 township .,5 south, range 27 east being BY virtawoftbe power vested fa BBS by II"i '
i PUBLIC OFFICES. Macon and western Railroad to .Griffin 42.-By whereby their surviving familea may be secured pan of the New Switzerland tract hying about 28 expose for sale before the Conn-Aar
Bl'o' .t.lfe G.,E. Llambias, Post Master Court Stage to Opolska 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery rom the evils of penury.' miles from St Augustine, ia St Johns county, said door at MclloariCe oa the first Monday of Jaiy
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1 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Orleans Pamphlets explanatory of principles of Mutual land was returned ia 1849 by D R Dunham, Agent tie following described tract of land or as
Surveyor General"t Office. B. A. Putnam Surveyor 166. ''Total distance 1,006 miles. Tune 123 hours. Life Insurance,and illustrating its advantages with of John Lr Englei and assessed to J.hL Eagle- thereof u will pay the taxes dire thereon the otto
Generalon Hospital Streel.corner of Artillery Fare 039.50.: / forma'of application,may be obtained at office 01 Unless taxes sad expenses an paid before the day of Florida gad County of Orange for the year 18ei '

.La e and Hospital Street. t the Company,35 Wall st., er of any. of its. agents. of aka 'I to wt : _
wII40Jle-A.T, Nods, Register of Public From Clarkston Ie.N.-&kansiI> jBaVannah., TRUSTEES &B. CANQyA, Sheriff and ex-ofT. 100 acres assessed to Elizabeth Basch. ia
e 'Lands-office ia the Courthouse., -daily at 9 A. n. B,;,Steamer ibcon to Savanaah and Western 140 mOea.By iUil- I. Joe B Collins, David C CoUea. Tax Assessor aud Collector, s I c. 61. township 15..esage. S3:_" da aDd QJI.ft
Tt, jp. %mtell. Receiver office. in Court Central RaUrou to Wm J Ilyslop. Alfred Edwards, Nor 1, 1351. HaUitaz Rrer.of -t '-0
..House.Judge. road to Baraesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.By .- R
t II McCun'y, Wm Betts J. SIMPSON Sheriffand Tax Collector 1MB ,
r of Probate (G. Humphrey's. Judge,) office Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile Erect Winston, Joseph Blunt, Tax CeUecl n '&Dle. S, 1853Tt&jc ?*%.:,
I i ia 331.-To New-Orleans.Total distance 1,032
the
CourtHouse.Peter C W Fiber Isaac G '
Pearson virtue of the power rested in me by law I as
; = B. Duma. Clerk Circuit Court, office in miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39.50.MISCELLANEOUS John P Yelverton Henry Wells, By expose, for sale before the ColIn House VoUector 3tIle. ,

I the Court House TABLE. Theo Sedffwick, Wm Moore door in the city of St. Augustine on the first BY virtue of the power vested ia me bylaw.I j.
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r Rafael B. Ctnova. Sheriff and Tax. Collector,cf- Distances. FareTime. Stacy B. .ulnas, Zebedee Cook. Monday of February next,the following described expose for sale before the Court H-, e
; .lice ia the Court Howe I To Athens, j ; Collector of Cuttoau John M Hanson, office/ Chattanooga, Tenn., 445 13,19 31 Joha Wadsworth David A Comstock, property and County taxes and the pay due following described tract of land or so much rivet,,.,
\ necessary expenses
I Planters Hotel. Columba S. C. 130 1 4.00 R of as will the taxes due
I ,' S M Cornell Robert Shnyler, thereon for the 1851, to wit : pay thereon the State tit
year
:i I Inspector of Cuttomt. Ora Howard, office i in "Camdf'l, 8. C.. 149 4,00 9 GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers, 550 acres of 3d rate land being pan of a doss Flonda and County of Orange for the Tears IHSJ,
;Howard Buildings, Market square. "Hauburjr,8.C., \ 138 4flO 8 John V L Prayn Joseph Tackerman, tion orriginally to Jose Papy being section 38 of to wit : *,
; 1. H. Bronto Judge U, 8. Court Northern "Memphis,Tents, \ 740 oo- Fred Whittlesey Moses H GrianeH, private snrvrystownship 7, south, 28 east, as 330 acres on the West side. and 815 aerss"
: .District of Florida, office in the Court House. I Passengers for either of the above places' lean Charles Ely, Wm Banker, seated to Cole Caright & Co, said range land is lying on the east tide ef IJallilax, River a..r to. Peter

.G. R. Fairbanks Clerk IL' 8. Court, office in Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad at 10 o'clock John C Crager Eugene Dntilh Picolata Road about fourteen miles Irons S*. Angus- Miranda, IM-iDJm sestina 39 and 40, towaW 11 ,*
the Court House i I A. M. & Walter Joy, Frauds Lathrop,' tine. Wage 29south and east. ',>

Deputy MartkaJ.. George IOj ZchubaurJ office inthC'Court I Alfred Pell, J 0 Thatcher; Unless Taxes and expenses are paid. before the J.8IMPSON, Sheriffand Tax Collector,a e ;
I House. I 8D RIPP'S S4L. JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President.ISAAC day of. '. iaa3.1852_ ':

I Y, virtue of a Decree rendered on the 5th day ABB ATT, Secretary. i iJOSKTH If R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off' ART UNION
I
JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. B' of November 1851, in the Circuit Court of Burn, Counsellor. Tax Assessor and Collector, s. J. c. i OP-PHILADELPHIA*

: Gad Ceo. Humphreys.-office in the Court House.. I Ilbr Eastarn Circuit of Florida in a certain cause G. R. FAIBSAKKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. Nov I, 1851., / Incorporated bf the 2isatare .l'' >
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Phillips, Notary Public-office on Bay wherein George R. Fairbanks Feb 16th. PemuylTnaia R
was Complainantand ,
; r t ,Street to hePost a little office.North of the Market and nci door William K. Cole and others Defendants in m 1f)1AU m- Tax Collectors Sale, FOR THE PROMOTION OP TUB '**'

Chancery to, me directed and delivered, I shall offer D' rirta of the power vested in me by law,I .lJars-Op.DBSQ., Jt. 2'-
for oak on Monday the first day of March next ST. AUGUSTIKE, E. F. I expose for sale before the Court House CJIITI.D '
CITY rjLP21.OFFICERS. .
t. I e ; OFFICERS. .in front of the Court House in the city of 8t Angus door in the city of St Augustine oa the first Moo- ..
.n.ttr-Gto. L PiLawauce
; lipl. tine all the right title and intent of William K. THIS ESTABLISHMENT bar day of May next, the following described Property .
Andreu
t Paul Arnau, Cole Samuel C. Baright and Benjamin H. Sisson, it; hag undergone Thorough Repairs this or so much thereof as will pay the State and county llvniC.CizrrPretidet.

; .B. ..e Medicit. }} Aldt."rtDrn.' in and to ,the following described lands to wit: t present season, is now ready for taxes and the nscessary expenses due thereon for the Viet Pretideat, Eowixo P. Wnxux D. KcpJtf
I. F. J. All that certain Tract or Parcel of land attestedin reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND year 1851, to wit : :serer, E. U: Bortta. MCTCOXLL Tnt* ,.1,
I : Clerk Qiinrey. 'I.. St. Johns county, Floridaupon Sections 6 and 7, TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious A lot of laid ia the city of St. Augustine boat ticoaax. Sffwdiag Stertttrj, '
at.the.Council of dheCitg'Couneil. Charles, .Ilaager.* "office- of Township 7, Range '2d,. being Spanish grant Apartments. ded on the east by Dragoon or Spanish street and Dxwxr,mrptdiig,See. Co00
i room to Jose Papy of 640 acres which said 'tract was lots of Pomar and A Masters, oo the West
;. City Mor,A./ and Clerk of the 'Market F. I''. ; I Room*, Airy Clean, aDd feat; Tolomato by MANAGERS: '
the the South
r r&. .old'Dld convoyed. year 1850 to said Cole.I street on by lot of Joseph |
} f'1I't" nets Itself famished Olin
PORT rtaright I aqd rfi-uson.. by ,Francis J. Durrcnce as ,Notblag dVt tlu btiadtioyacly.d .'- Andrea deceased, on the North by an alley,said 14 Sartain. Charles Toppan. James 9. \TaIber-
WARDENS. wife, Excepting and Reserving therefrom ninety ; wasorrigtnally owned by the late George Bartlett. Charles Macalester. E.H. Bailer, henry S. Pstirf\
', ,. C. Zylttro. Charles Naager"Jot. E. Pomar.AUCTIONEER. I ( The Iloutf is well known as being reently ton,M. D.. Charles G.
( deceased Ix-lamJ.
DCfl'3 to said Uarn-nce and one DaclLlel. Aba.th e 1 and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks cont iu- William D. Lev. I I
I I several Tr.c'a a Vdreels of Land hereinafter des- Built, Expressly with a view to the accoroI lag in all two acres more or less is.Joseph D. 8tewart.M.D.. Edwin R. C.,

Center dribt'J to wit : I elation of Incalids and other, being entirely Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the FJward 1-. Mitchell,,John 8. fart A M.. r"
;*o. ,'F. P.' Ferreira and, J A. Sirirclia.MERCHANTS. J 60 acres the west laalrufihe Northwest quarter of built orVoed, with Rooms connecting, Folding day of 18 Ie. James L. Cb ona. >rI

&(. 'G anJ 7,range 38 S and E. .I I Doors,.&c. which renders it Free from B.B.' CANOY A,Slaf'rifl" anJ ex-off. -
,4 I 60 do the Last half of the Northeast quarter of Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windowsthroughopening Tax Assessor. and Collector, si j. c., Every Bfeoiber. for the Tear JUI.11
,and Uarhnamt & Ilowk-Corner or:, St. George IS". 1 and 7. range 27 8 and F. on Piazza Promenade,Two Nov 1,1821. Will. rec ivif, fur each Sabriptionof FifE ljius,
Treasury Lane. I
e I 80 do The Earn I lair of the Southeast qvarterofstc. Hundred Feet. Protection ,from Rniny, Cold 4 print ofUUNTLVGTON'S .

i, in :irr quality lth E.Family Carr. Wholesale Groceries and of a'l nrl kimU.1l. lenler Li- I and 7, ranc 27 .*> and.E- Wind,,&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from Tax Collectors Sale.y (.IJRt .rANA AND HU,: '
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I J 40 do the AurllK-at e-f the Northeast confinement at all seasons of the CIIJI:JREN w .
qu ..' No.2 East side Charlotte '.'ueCI, North quarter year.- Yirtue of the power vested in me by law I -V.
of the. PubtieaqlUre. quarter of see 12 and 7, range 27,8 and B.4H The House is situated facing Soaili in central B shall expose for sale bcfare'the f'ourt 1I use Engrarrd fog WSEPH AXDKEITS, & ..
,\ I 'o' ihnSoutheast quarter of the &utb Ml qaar-. position, and retired-from 'other -Dwellings.The ra the city of Lit. nastiDf" on'' the first Monday AND TilE COMPANION
George Burt healer In Staple anJ Dryorids'tVrft ter of KCO. 36 and C 27 S and E. A'
Fancy tang House contains 45 Rooms. with addition May next, the following' described or print oCIfntitgtom's "MEKCPS 'DREA.v.
properly so
<; side of Charlotte ktrett a few duo n Also Lot Number Three of the Section JVb. 31 Engraved ..
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much .. 11
Nonh al Parlours, Dining Setting Kooms.and con thereof a* will yap the State and County taxes Jr RITCHIE, Yens r..4
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Treasury Lane. i Township C, Items 2S 8 and E. veniences in For and the due thereon Or the choice of two of the
Sttk .V. IV"leman.Vholt.alt' unil l Rtnil leakr t general Accommodation nccerary expenses for UK any _f*towing
( 1
'ontaininginthe ; Tbiee Hundred and Four I
rvgate not be surpassed.The year 1851to wit: Splendid Eunu'lup _
in Goods
Dry and Groceries. iiground ,
Grot-cry MW on e .
Seventy Iwo
floor of the aero well carnal Reputation this House 300 acres 3d rate land aswMed to Nicolas Sanchez viz :
City Hotel-Iry Goods Store, I R B. _'
w Charlotte street, opposite Mi? ePinUinins.. I I CANOyA.Sheriffof Stl. Johns County. has from Year to Year acquircd,it will be th* : being; section 25 of private purvey, township 1.-.JOH.X K.tox's INTKBVICW wrra '
; 4, south of 29 East ia St. MiavQcnxpri .
being Johns Coa.I" .
Jt1! *. 4{ N. Pinkkam. Ira| -rs in Fnneyrt Jan. 3M. 1 1853. 'I'i Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain and range of Estate &-on, P.ilfl,4" LtuLtt, rugravtd*f Sartm*
i adjoining lands of Robert Mickler and
< ac opposite the Planter: Hotel on Matt j returns Estate ''ofUTJenkra.Unleai by Rutiermtl,Etgrntil
i tide of Charlotte street 'I i virtue ol ilw veatej m me by law I her thanks. I ly &TI'1I ,.
power and
<
taxes nres are paid before IK-
BY exj "
( Pedro Dentl. Dealer Grcx t"rif'!. Provitkm, expose tamale before, me Court Honsn The Table will be supplied wilh choicer day of I J.-1JUCt.s Onus Paiaatedby /fmttt gt9Mt EIII1'
1 corner of Cuna and St. George street. &C'I I door nt Mdlonville on the Got Monday of Augist Game, Oysters Turtle, Fi!h. 'Ducks. Venison, U. "U (MNOYA, Sheriff and r.Xof.tf' ._.,,1- -H .llfo...,..:... .'t

Manuel Creipo. Dealer in Family More, ., next the following described tracts of land or tom Turkeys and Shell Fisli, which at this time Tax Assessor unJ Collector .- Cuatirtlvi'.un nn emL rrr.P i.t,4 H .
I alone, &.t.corner of Charlotte nd jeiJg.trt.-.'U. eta thereof as wll pay the taxes due thereon the our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or Nov I 1851. s. j. c. fiagto> ErilrtJ f, AII4rt."tIf "
F. J. Qc'ncjr. Watch maker and Jeweler, l1ch copy of thePhiladelphia
on
Mateof Florida and Connty of Orange forth year more Hunters, sporting exclusively fur this
George. srreet. nearly) opposite office of Dr. Peck. I 1851. to wit ; douse. Art Uulon Reporter.1

.nNhn.. Retailer of 'Boots, Shoes, Cap, I I 75O acres of Land in Tnmbnlt swamp belonging i Horso, Carriages, PonicsGuns, Fishing I Y virtue Tux of Collector's the Sale. A monthly pamphlet,containing report of the traasT
Hatand Dry Goods, east side of Chsrlottee street, B power vested in me by law I actions of the
or supposed to belong to Win U Fool, returned Tackle,Boats for Excursion,&c. have levied Institution, and information oa the
end
i corner of Charlotte streetand'Treasury Lane. I I by Benjamin A Putnam. ,. upon will expose fur Ale subject of the Flat Arts,
Lawrence Andreu. Tailor, Charlotte street, Very, Respectfully at Fort Capron on Indianfiver, St. Lucia county i _
near the Fort I AW, 350 acres belonging or supposed to belong PROPRIETRESS. (there being no Court Abuse in said county} on the i THROUGUOOT TUB WHOLE \VORLD.1

J John Utina. Boot maker, harlotte street near to Chariot S Gobert, returned by William A For first Monday of May next,between the usual hours -.a><-- .
I the City Hotel., I ward. If. B.-It Is the wish of the Proprietress I of sale, the following described tracts of land or so The Art Union of Philadelphia awards print kt'
Michael, NelUgan--Cabinet Maker, Charlotte I that tee Servants attacaed much as will par the State and County Taxes aa- its own Carti:eates with which erunsal AIIICIiaf
I Also, 1000 acres belonging or supposed to belongto to tbe Noose sborald civil I[r seated thereon for the works of Art may be purchased in
street,b l low Teirverance Hall. 1 N. Harris, returned by John Funune. be J attea-- year 1851.,viz : any pan of slat Uw
: 1 ,Job Mdrut',. 3lack Smith and Gun Smith, near live, gad obliging. ttlOO acres of aa Island known u Hntchinsons States. at the option and selection of the pt..J .

t t I I. the North Gate of the City. Also 555 acres belonging or supposed to belongto CARMICHAEL AND OStJUOD'S Island, situated flu said county of St. Lucia, bounded may obtain prize at the ,, r.e
the heirs of Low. DREDGIIIG mACIfllNE. on the Nortli by Indian River Inlet, on the Anneal D 1st r]ban on, :

i i' Billiard, Table, Bowling Alley. Ora Howard, Also, 9110<> acres belonging or supposed to belongto HUjinderssigncd.been,appointed agents South by St. Lucia Inlet or Gilberts Bar on the. Which takes place on the Evening o/O* last aeh" ,
: Robert Marine returned B T cube owners ofb intention,aoJ would recommend Fsstby the Atlantis Ocean, and oo the West by day in every Year. .
A Putnam ""
Bowlingltey by :
i by Individuals Indian River assessed against.Major F. Woodbridgeand THE
it to Contractors, Companies, or EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE'
OF TH*
f. Bridlt'r, C'. Hotel. I I Also, 810 acres belonging or supposed to belong who are about doing work or the following deecrip- F. M. Robinson residents. Unless the taxes : ART UNION .1"

s i d Pkttip" Corner.' Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, to John P Wlliams, returned by B A Putnam tloa.viz: thereon and costs are paid before the ,day of sale. When ao requested select work of ,
&/ Charlotte street, opposite Bridier' Bowling ; Extensive drainage of Swamps,Marshes, and F n- Alto 320 acres of land, (the same being a part or compensation from Art their without chant 1
Alley I Ii I 8I lIPr10N of a Grant of 12,000 made the .&
i J Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c. gar Plantations. acres by Spanish FREE. '
GALLERY
i ,1\\ 1 Jan Jlst, 1852. Building Letees around Plantation or Towns, : Government to Cnsebio Maria Gomes oo .the 15th nor 910 CHESNUT STREET r
I j I 8TAGE OFFICE. Opening Channel way and removing' Bars at the July 1818) situated in said county of St Lucia on those persona in the country, who may live re+ *
Office if t\e PieolaU Nail Stag. Bridier's City Tux Col lectori Sale. month of Hirers and Harbors. an Island lying b'tween ,Gilberts Bar' aad JupiterBarand mole. from Ualkrie.or public exhibitions of tie .

I r JI"td. a Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I Making Canals through Swamps,marshy" or sandy known Jupiter Island except 80 acres ly- one Arts.Subscriptions I Ir
B .
shall expose for sale before the Court louse ground. ing on the west aide of Jupiter Narrows belonging to
CHURCHES. / door at Jl/ellonville on the first Monday of July next Deepening water around Whams and Piers. the Estate of F. M, K,Abrri* o late deceased or so of membership.! $:, shill be nade.\
; \ Roman Cathode Ckttrck." North side MOD 'men the following described tract of land or so much Keeping open ehannelway through Lakes and Rrr- much thereof u will pay)the State and County taxes as early as practicable". so at to entitltmembers.1a

t, jquare. ; I I thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the State veil; removing Rafts or' stinks Logs tearing upRoot Assessed theon for the rears 1849 1850 and 1851. V4iijru.uu.jci01 the a porter." whit will before

'Epitfopal.Cktrck. South side Monument square. I I of Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851, of Trees etc. unless the taxes thereon and costs are paid before the of wattled the Utty apcnnhe receipt or thc money' to any .
Prtl ytrltllI Ckttrck. On SL George .street, to wit To persons desirous of improving waste Lands bv day of sale. C.L. BRAYTON,' 'Ex.Om. '
Booth of'tbetqoare.. I Id1aodi" t I: 6359 acres assessed to Thomas Fitch being in drainage this maehia can be be recommended tithe Tax AWlIOr'and ,Collector. The'Honorary Secretaries win give recefpts fer?.

Alf Episcopal. St. George street, section 36, 89, and 42. Townships and 15, only! one adapted to all the purpose necessary 5t.,Lucia Co.Florida. riptioul, or remittance roar be made to "t*
Heat the Magnolia House .'.' tbase who Jan 31. 1853. --GEORG mpBwinr' .
\or range 32. .. SIMPSON, ht'rand To are building or repairing' Canals, or Corr JiI
I jan 3,1852 .Jt 1"GoHcctoi: drains it, will be CxuxTbTmunense value,u it will L f wafeiflr Eftrctenr.,
TERMS OP COURTT EASTERN CIRCUIT ? deepen the Canal, sadst the same time form aa cm* Tax Collectors Sale.D' SIP Chesnut Street Philadei,him.
":: ,. .f OE LORJDA. TO xPJST'ASTEIRL ban meat or levee. virtue of the power vested In me by Law '0:
lI&tKIJ Tnx. POST OPF'E 8'1'AMPS.I This machine &used with either horse or steam I shall expose for sale before the Court Houseat JUST toceircd per brije Water Witt kit

For the Cunties of Orange,and Su 'tat Mellotmlle undersigned Postmaster Pleasant Grove power which can be Increased to 'any cite' 1. Mellonville on the first Monday of July next, the from New York a full assort;
,on'the third Tuesday. *.\Vnl. I I THE' Co. Maryland was the first person in They are now in operation in all parts of following described tract of land or so much threofaa men of GrocerieaProYicions and SbeIf 000dI'.

'. For the county Putnam. ,at Pilaika. second Tuesday f 1 1the, U. S. who conceited, and undertook.extensively :he county,and may be seen at Charleston,South Carolinla -' will pay the'taxea due thereon tbe State of Buctwheat. Stewan' SIruP,.Cranben'eP
In April. ,<; 1 I to publish the idea of supplying all post offices with ; Nary Yard, rVnaocola;and,on.the Canal between Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851 p'e.. Potaloet _Onions Cabbages CbeeletI
Forthe eaten'J' of lsrion'etOcsla, fourth Monday cheap ,stamps. Ail stamps made by him are war Galveston and San Louis. to wit : Butf rt Lard, Pickle, PreservesCracker

of Apiil.t :' It I! ranted equal or superior to any other that can be By application to J, S. 8ECOR, Esq., our Agen- too acres of land assessed to Bernardo &1111. Hams Bacon,Pork, Beanj. &
or the counties of Alaehna and Lery at New-' procured at the same price, and wbeatverany are at Mobile for the States ef Alabama and Florida,a being In section 44, township 15, range 33,south Dec. 13 B. E. CARS' '. M

/ xx.asrille, first Monday in May. '1'I I;. sent out in any w.1. defective or aoaatiafeetorydn drawing of the machine can be seen,with information. and east on Hallifax .River- ,
f'or the Coott'y of Colombia, at Alligator on plicate shall be forwarded, on. notice, without as to the coat,etc, J. SIMPSON, Sheriff aad Tax Collector, o.(. Pre k- If aenl lea. ': ,
t MCO Monday of May. t i charge. All who order set of stamps. WITH CSAXO- July. th 1851 jan 3, 1853 I JCSTreceired per '.r. Marr ADD from .

For the eaant/.r Nassau at Nassau C.' II.,on the lOa DATES, at Two,Dollar only--(for thirty pieces _GILBERT&,SECOR.;pew York' follominff' titrtklew shat r ,;
, Wednesday befcre the fourth Monday in May. I shall be kept in staxnpa>adUbitna. Tootb Powder dec.' Tax Collectors Sale Crackers, Butter lArd, .Bacon.Citeao' ,
I' For the county of DuraU..at Jacksonville the Address "Post 21/aster;Pleasat Grove,AUeghany. ,, I ., BY virtue of the power veiled in me by law I' Potatoes,Onioos, Teas, Supra FIoor a JCoft \
; fourth Monday if Mayv .. I Co. r.. Cleveland's Tooth 'Powder English expose for sale before. the Coon House B-.au, Spices.8oaj Brooms, Be" .
Forth? County *.St. John's,.atv St-:Augustine, Toothbrushes.Cologne Water, French Boap; door at J/elhmvills a on the first.Monday of July ConI, :Omar Draatl*, Porter, Ale, Brsfidf
, on the second lie adayia June.FALL I NOTICE' hereby given, that J will, for Camphor Soap, Honey Soaps assorted Perfaaes, next the following described tract 4 f bad or so WltaeOraugea, knot, CocCanats,AJmca* '
Phi leome Oil Bears toilet .Potr.6ae
TUUI. tyas date, apply to the Judge of Oil, Sponge.. much thereof will par the taxes dot thereon the RaI ,Tares ncdt &c. ;
I For the coantteaofpr ng.and St Lncie,. TuesJsy I Pnbate of St. Johns. County fork authority to tell Halt J>f,, Rose Water 'JUIiitary Sharmg Soap, State of Florida sad County. of Orange, for the B. E.CASR- '

before the firstM bods v;'of IToTember/ ,:, ,,, .t; :I[ so much of the real fstate of Domingo U ina, .late Straps' BrushesTtoger'aPerrcmary, Jockey Chubb,' year 1851. to wit : ,PeR kEy WEST. '
Forth county of Putnam, at 'Pi1alb.th; second r of said County, deceased .as will be sufficient to &c. Also an assortment "of Roger's & Worteahom's 100 acres assessed to Joseph MjHenaades ia Bch. wIhI' ,
before the first ,'I debtof Aid Estate Cutlery, Fancy note sad: I ath"letter Paper, section 43, towne&i* 14 ALPHIHB.i.Capk Ooasex ._,
I Tuesday Monday of Noreraber. ; PSJ'.the. remaining retail range 32, sooth :sad east. barn I imn l :
Furtive county ofSt'lohll.., on the first Monday, ANTONIA HrrCHCOCK. at Not 29 b"'r-t B E CABB." J. SIMPSON,.Sheriff and. Tax. CoII, o.c. ialedeapatcti.. .. A i. :
rnNovemberJ 'r St. Augustine, Dec 27ttf, Ic51.: J \ JID. asrf'IIDlin. Jan. 31 -' : B. E. CU.

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