The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00077
 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: March 6, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00077

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( mw\'>'; 8 &fUitD1 'I ;' :' ike catL4efre. city 91.&: .trdittg..Avffttsiiae at, taW; ; within. i part positively affirm that a; rpptMr9.Iweet ;bo- A: rufl"voice roared nndstovd. Atertt1er.gilvefv9Ice loading hu fun l la trepidation: baste&fld put '
) )wo government*; is at hand, ,andiy temonstraled, Othello was to'thelt.J, end .
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:, t.fIIC ,! Btitordalntd by ta1or; .3 Attermen ofrf65f pred'ct frithcbnRdeijce i the return of the"1m* 'jealous,and 'reyengCful.Del6mona InoocQQf few'pace*, froiiv him,,with. ibo porkehbL. -,"

W i* Sf. Augustine. Mr ,JK _.!r 1 shallTalkf J 'priaJ J eqyot..to tVrcnna.v4t'. Jttosf 'be "byident and dbtresedlheo.J heant ominous j' 1 1U.jr8crno tusks, he let I. .itlt Ms'm skan4t. ; .
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, ', .,. 41! .rOx,-t-.- f.G. a1rttnnmgit'Srgethe : : lihbi..the, i ween America,'and: U e rcat-despotic: ;p6ir- c Douse with you: I .You locked thedour. I III Beli Yen, that the- blow had been dealt by the S
::1\0- ecu of Europe-Ibis being the chief objector .ha vehjs, heart but!" bear and that the
to tide*. :4dcdzedoD'1UW made City-of 8t. Avgustlne j contrary to the prone ; monster was upon him, he,
.eaa KoMuth'g. ambition an4 the burden of his "Hear.me I bear me !IT will explain 1"
slant of aa "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and : | roared out hideously, and was of course immediately '
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LIcrInserted for Cattle from'going ut Urge within the city of St. 'song. The ,news, therefore,of the recall from Asl was listening very attentively for the joined by his wife who disabused
,17 AN,*dfertifecaenti: most be paid tor before Aognstine. Washington; of the Russian and Austrian representatives explanation, the garments under which was him of the idea that anything else but herself -

fa ertioB, nlestby' a regular customer By refernnj Passed In Council February.7th, 1853. would regasded by Kossuthand concealed, were quietly lifted and fancy ray was near him. He then got up and-found his

to oar term, the requisite sum may be ascertaioed -' E. J. de MEDICE8, Mayor Pro Ten. his parjy, ai the best reward for his fatigues feelings; ,discovered. in such a situation by such monster antagonist pinned through the neck
Attest '- .. in crossing the Atlantic, and his Subsequent a husband. to the
ano.lrtnsmitted with the dTertl8 nenl; J hoKstye by the ramrod of the gun, be
AdTerUwmeats not marked with the nmbrrof _CM A3. HAAOER.c. c. S efforts: on the platform. '-Well, B_= ." we cried, deeply intercs- having forgotten in his hurry to abstract 'it

IT will be continued until TO LARGE PUNTER8 -- ted,(or we knew that every word of his story from the weapon, and thus the recoi1bcajno

JasertioDS required, .: Talaablo Tracts of Lab" for'Sale.THE AN ADrVENTURE.' was true "how did you get out of the so great as to upset him. The bear died immediately 1
forbid and charged for. ) i subscriber u Agent ot the several,owners "I never attended but one temperance :'lecture scrape ?" and his carcase amply repaid for

Notice to Debtors and Creditors, i $7 00 for sale some "Of the most valuable lands ,** said' our ftieedfl., with a peculiar smile", "1 used a violent remedy for so violent a the loss of the pigs and the fright of being turned

Application for Letters of Admml8tr* ion. 5 00 ia East Florida, to wit: "and I don4 think shall ever attend another. complaint. Driven in a corner-my life in into, grease in the bowels of a grizzly I
800 acres raliMhla hatnmoeic land. W<*t ofFlemington m- -You probably found it dty I'v danger-perceivimg at a glance that Othellowas bruin.-.UalzCanaJaRepo.. ...
notices will be Inserted gra'tul- -
AU religions
r O ,known aa tbe Gibbs Lands io Marion Co., "\y cfl, yes-but that iso'-IC' The '.lecture not aa strong as I was, I threw myself upon "" .
, 1100 acrnnearthe, AUchna Savanna, known u was well, enough: but,1 got Into such airawful him, fell with him there until I bad givena THE BROKEN CRUTCH. .
touslf.O All bills for Job Printing, must be paid on the Carey Grant W' scrape after I it was overjlhat I nerer'think of full explanation of the error, made him hear One ho day in the month of June, a poor J

the deli el'1 of the work. 1400 acres in San Felssco Hammock near Hewnansvfile temperance meetings,without a 'shudder. I'll reason, and tamed him to be as quiet as a sunburnt sailor with but one leg was going JJ

IT AU letter on bushiest and communications known as'abe' Lawton .L*1'ldt. tell you 4toul, .it.. It wasJn Jersey.Crtf, whereI lamb. Then I left, rather unceremoniously, along the road, when his crutch broke into J

r ., receive attention.0OjtiaoenkLflg Several thousand acres. good, and. in the Arre- was someiing. of a stranger, and ,the night and havo never seen Othello 'or Dd emo-- halves and be was forced to crawl along on I
AU to i
f IIJcstbe ron > '.dondoUrantt, was one of the worst of the se JOa. Boreal! na since., hh hands and knees to tbe side of the road, .
7000 oh Halifax River of St. Augustine ,
acres SoOth bbw it blew I *It was enough to take your and'sit owl to wait till some coach '
provision or can
,known as the Bulow Plantation having 800 .
Cltr-of breath aware Well, sir, the lecture'was over IAn EborsxEAHD Two came by, 'whose driver ha could
.t for'tlle c w*.e$ off tile acres of land'witable for cane and cotton. ask to take.
It. A.u.Uao for fbe year 183g.B ..' 'And several other bodies of hammock land...on 'and making out with the crowd, I lingered in weeks since, a very interesting lJn woman, I him up. The first that passed that way wasa
iC tNWa,* *f &*. May* ***,Altonntn *} ,navigable. waters. 'F doorway. contemplating the. awful scene,, abou, 21 years of age named Sarah) Jane I stage coach ; but the man that I drove it wasA

tJCit9 .f St. AXiutinet i. Council AtieaUtd, The titles are doubted and terms low--Apply when somebody took my arm." fljghes, whoso parents reside in Newark N surly fellow and he would. not help the sailor -
That tor the purpoec of raudng supplies for the year to GEO.. It. FAIRBANKS. "Where have you been ? said the sweets J ,eloped with her lover, Jeremiah Vun.ftiper, in, as' he thought ho would not be paid for

one thoosand rib hundred and fifty-two. the following Feb !8, 1653, fit. Angustin,Florida yoice in }he world. Ml'have been .looking for to this city where he placed her in a res pecteblo it. Soon alter the ti/ed sailor fell asleep on

taxes shall be aweseed, levied and collec- you every, where.* : bea'ding house, in'the upper part otthtcity the ground and though a thick shower of rain

led,Abatis to says From the San, Francisco Chronicle. Very much surprised, J turned my bead and took lodgings himself Injhe same came on, still he slept ; for tailor, when on ..'!"ftI" I 1
On every abb bodied slave belonging to residents Another JUarder..Two JHcXIcaes and saw-but I cuuh describe her 1 It makesme neighborhood so that he could see his denr' board their ships, have to bear all sorts of -. f

within said City between the ages of fifteen and S mad how to think how prodigiously pretty Sarah at pleasure. Thus matters passed swimmingly !. weather ; when the wind blows, the wares of t
GAy-fire ,ean Tu>ebde Mf centt.Oa :flnu.S she was I With her left hand she leaned on between the enamored couple! till yesterday the sea often dash over the decks of the vessel,
""l1llY belonging to a nonresident of this We have received a communication from my arm ; she'was arranging her 'veil with her afternoon when, as they were walkig, and wet the poor men to the skin, while they l

State rllr hire cr errlce. Ten Dollart. Perry's. Camp in the Rich Gulch on IheCalaverns right and did not notice my surprise. arm in arm down Broad way,they were encoun- are'nulling at the roper;and shifting the sails. 1
able bodied Free person of color maleor thirty miles from StocktondetaUing "You have been looking for me t" I.faltered. When lame '
On e'ery aud'tift.fie ered on the corner of Vesoy street by the enraged the sailor awoke, he found a I
female between the ages of fifteen another bloody and disgraceful ou rage. The "Come, let us be goingwas her reply, pressing and half distracted father of His Sarah boy's coat and waistcoat laid on his bead and
TWO D&U r*. difficulty originated in a Mexican house wherea '.my arm. shoulders to him from ,.
years carriage drawn by who seized Jeremiah bv tbeco.1t, collar,and keep being wet; and 1.
On every two wheel pleasure fandango was' in when two A- "A thrill went to heart. What to make:
DoZlar.On progress my insisted on his going with him. lie seemed the boy sat by in his shirt,.trying{ to mend the
one fcoree On four, wheel Carriage drawn by one horse, mericins, named Alexander McDowell and of my lady's address, f did not know ; but she determined at all hazards to have his daughter broken crutch, with two pieces of wood and

every James Plymall, went to the bar in order to was too charming a creature fur me to refusf: go home with him, but this she peremptorily ,some strong twin ;

2oi DuU.r four wheel carriage drawn by two hor"ftvar take a drink. Finding some ot the Mexicans to accompany her. Wa started off in the midst I refuted to do, soring, sha:was'her own mistress ,"My good lad," said the sailor,why' do you:
On everY in their way, the two Americans requestedthem of the tempest, the noise of which prevents': off .
DoUar,. '1 F and could do ,shepleaaed.. An im- pull Jyo r own clothes to keep me (rotagetttngfewef
Ita. to stand aside that they might g"t thairIjiquor. conversation. At length she said with atCiearn ..." .... .
for hire and other horses not.vwSfrteP any ... t vd collected mlha atreetto witness .1\-- S.- .0."*
Orevery horse kept ....... -. ..'" ., : seR .
tly lor labor J'i/t ..tCtmtt. '... i OnooUhe Mexicaits' took.oSeace ,, --:- -s-. f. which party should1 come victorious, when '-"Onsaid he."! do not, mind_ '.Jm _Ift."n.._
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6 Bt it Jurthfr .r4G lle4, For every License j I' this, and leaving the house winch coon returned he "Put- your. arm S around. mo, I shall blow a.S officer Patterson of the Lower police Court I thought that the large drops .of, 'rain that,fell
hate anfcevery Cart Dray Wagion with a swcurJ or machetle, with corn TrayMI. happened along, and at the suggest ion of air*' upon your face would wake you and you
t. Carriage anT either i cription for the purpose I menced n most desperate, attack upon the i need not describe to you my sensation Hughe took Junn and Jeremiah to the Third must be sadly tired to sleep so soundly on

for or or transporting for hire or reward,Uoods Americans neither of whom wet armed.anJ I as I pressed her to my side arid hurried on. It!! Ward Police Station-she refusing to listen to the cold .round. See, I have almost mended
Waree/or Merchandise or any otber property from j' whom he forced to retreat' to the door. The was very dark, nobody saw us-and allowingher her father's knd entreaties relative to going your crutch, which I found broken ; and it

Oft!place to another within this chI at the rate of moment McDowell and Plymall reached to guIde my steps, I followed her motions home he insisted that the loving' couple shouldbe you can lean on me and cross yonder field to

SixDa'Jart: per annum.ft t the open oir( tho lights were blown' out, rol- through two..or three' short streets, until, she married forthwith. Accordingly Aid. my uncle'i farm-house, I am sure he will get

3. Be tf/ttr/Atr cnfcined. That sections two, lowed immediately by the report of a pistol stopped before an elegant minsion. Sturtevant was sent for and married the runaways you a new crutch.-Pray, do try to go there. .

three,four, six, seven and eight, of tbe.Ordinance the contents of which took effect fn the back "Have you your key '" she anked.HJy at which the father seemed satisfied, I wish I was tall enough to carry you on my '
making provision for the expencee. and for paying I McDowell, on the left 'side, nod glancing key !'* stammered there must be some and all pirtie left the Station Huse in dppnr.ently : back."

Ihe debts of the City of St. ,Awgunine, passed tbe upwards, lodged in hii breast.I Ho HveJ until mistake.' 'go-xl humor for their respective homes The sailor looked at him with tears in his ... II I

third day March 18 W. and also sections two, nine o'clock next morning, ,when be expirn "0, I have one." N. V. Paper. eyesandsaid,

three aodfwof tbe Ordinance making provMon. \.. Plymall was nlto severely wounded but And as:she opened the door, I stood waiting W M H MM MMMHM B B H M "When I went to sea five years ago I lefta ,,
for the npaaael of tbe City of tbe sixth-day of January 1851. and all other or- On the next day, the Americans becoming When, turning quickly, she said: SHOCKING AFFAIR.A fellow as you seem to be, I should be happy -
dinanceaand pi rts of ordinances that can be ap- thoroughly aroused to Yencean mado search "Hour queer you act to-night, ain't you com shockinc affair occurred near Bryantown, as the day is long, though I have lost '-
viA 'n aId or iLenrovislons. uf this Ordinance,excepi for the Mexicans, and 'fter.a severe encounter !" in Charles Couuty, AT J., on Thursday ni*h', .( and mu& on crutches : my '-
r'---- and ingln leg, go all the days of .
with this. of which we'take '
such be inconsistent the 12th tnst.! particulars. .
sa may succeeded in capturing the two wno were in the my life.1What .
he same are.hereby declared to be in full force., she assault made the There was something very tempting from the Port Tobacco Times I,
supposed tb be guilty of Was I in 1 A house was your sons mrae 2" asked the
1851. war m
6 suggestion. going
Council Decerobrr e'enin after'lundown. ,
in before. During the latter fight, one of "On Tbursday (; soon I
GEO. L. PHILLIPS, Mayor. night with knife and a pretty. woman were certainly objects of James N Johnson Francis A. 011 born, and I boy.Tom
Aunt the Americans was slightly revolver cut discharged a ., consideration; and it was dreary to think of facing Georgd H. Smith, all living in the same neigh White, and my nime is John White.
but immediately drawing a said the sailor.! .
UAAGER. Clerk of the Conned. the storm and seeing her no more.
CiUg. borhood left Bryantown for their homes and
it with such precision that the contents of second to When the boy heard these names,he
three jumped
It took:! me quarters a
John and G.
: Ordinance an addition to an in the ttiijh of one of the Mexicans were soon afterwards joined by his
were lodged There flung arms around the sailors
make mind, and,in I went. wasa up nock,
Po up my who of the
the W. Smith were going same
to part
1. Ordinance relating severely wounding him. Thn prisoners and and said, "My dear, dear father I Tom
dim light in the ball, a* my guide ran reached the am
Augustine.St road. Having place'where they
lice of the of 8t Per-
City of Messrs.
wcre then taken to the sore White, own little
I thought I could do your boy I"A
: why
ictriafeta fry as Mayor td .Af4nm .1 & Co. where Dr. Watts P. Qulnby and rapidly up were to turn off and sepera'e from those they How the
1& rr better than to run too. .1 followed S great salor'ajov thus to meet
; U. City of& AII.IiIU,Tht If any person orptr'IICtDI Messrs. Adam Cowen anJ Mathan Payne, her nothing into dark up had overtaken, J. and G. W. Smith pursued.heir1 his own childand find him so good to those who
be committed or a very room. i honnward,leaving the other
shall commit or cause to were apppointed, a committee to select jurorsto said way party wanted help.
"Lock the door, John, she bottle its contents. At this
aid or be' committing any trespass op- i with -a enjoying
the trial. I
within tbe conduct Now, ar if I bad been the only John in the Johnson Tom had been taken care of his .
on any lot, grdengrove or plantation trial conducted with the utmost place James N. was found ,on the .by uncle
fruit shrubbery was wot Id, I thought she knew me. 1 felt for the while the father was at sea and the
City of St. Angwtin, or upon any nee, but shot time, and succeeding morning (Friday) in n most'deplo- sunburnt
occupying a .
plant vine or vegetable growing in any propriety of key and turned it in the lock\; without hesitation rable condition by a ilr. Pickrell and his son, I lama sailor, found happy home in the farm
aball be concerned upon the jurv having bronghtjin a verdict wondering all llu timo wh t was comingnext. house of bis brother and
such lot*garden, grove or plantation arho who were going to cut wood. He wai burnt : ; though he had DOW
in destroying or carrying sway any fruit guilty, eight vegetable or thing of value growing therein: snch appointed for the execution.enforced ;the sentencewas rid tricks; flashed upon my mind, for I bad down to his knees and, strange tl) say, was he lived and showed it to all the strangers !

person or persons(if free) shall on conviction for strictly and rigidly have to very often heard of Infatuated men being lured to still alive and,nbela to speak. Very 'soon. Mr. who came to the f"rm.'as a proof of the kind I
since ruled
etch be to fine not exceeding ten letter, and peace and quiet and I heart of his dear
offcoce, subject a their destruction by pretty women, was L. 8. Elobcy was informed of the condition; ot son Tom.
dollars and the prosecution; and if a slave, supreme. .
costs when
the the door
on point re-opening this unfortunate mm, an I he immediately .
be or she shall be liable to whipping not exceeding struck a light! Then .being an ezce.-: TJtonCA.L Faciw -
And in case AUSTRIA AND TtfE UNITED STATES.It lady ran to his assistance. Johnson was found -We have heard manystories
tea and the like costs : every
stripes sively modest man-I discovered to my dl. the where the fi.e of the delicious fruits of tbe
conviction tbe oficnder shall stand committed has been briefly .stated that the Chargeof about forty feel from place tropics,
uaiil the fine or penalty and aU costs shall have the United States at Vienna, was ;not invi. may that I was in a bed.rooalone with a. had been burning-in the cinders-were discovered but none so seeminly increaible as that related ,
been satisfied and paid: ted .to a grand ball recently given by the woman 'in a bed-room cannot describemy I, the buttons from his coat. Ho was taken i by a traveler! m Mexico, who tells of
be law. sensation. I said something I don't know but minute "In trees bearing oyster At San Bias. iliA" i*' ..
Et It fmrtker wdmined. That it shall not Prime Minister of Austrian, omission. _. which. home, and survived a fe.w *
I fill.far-any-merchant- or ahop-keeper or other person was tho't- to -bo significant.- A Vienna .let what it :was, but the lady- lighted her lamp,, reply, to. _a question. asked him. by Ilr Robey. .. a marshy neighborhood covered by thickets
to keep open a, e.0..,or dispose of any goods chattels ter of Jan.11, published>> in aa English paPer..YI looked, stared .at me an Instant* turned as I when this gentleman went to 'mm 0., no aaia' .'ihuve 'of ratncrove and acacia bum!!.. Oa the form .-
,wares or merchandise uw the Sabbath day, or ** : white as ;a pilloWcase, and screamed :: been robbed and burned by them men.' er of these, oysters are borne in perfection

. barter or seiTthe same,shall on conviction be end Considerable sensation has been caused in Who are you t" How came' you heret' Gd Who were' the men he alluded to\ will be for where their branches overhang estuaries and 4 .

In the sum of ten dollars for every tuck oSVnce.. together the diplomatic circles of Vienna, in tteab- quick-leave' the room-1 thought you""., my the grand jury to decide. The verdict of the drop into the water. During the flood, the .'

with the costs prosecuting the same.E I sence of three representatives ot foreign pow husband!"and covered her faco with her hands. *ury'of inquest held upon his body, points to oysters adhere to the branches, which when "
h1m.aeil era at the grand ball liven a week aJtO'- by she sobbed hysterically. Francis A.' O born and George ai
for any person by cervact or agent, to give, -S Of I anxiousto have been arrested their living burden so that one at the right
the First Minister of the crown, Prince I was petrified. course, was a a the persons. These men
ell barter
slave slaves vinous
or ,to any or uy she have do But in in : The circumstances time oCt tide, can go along *n a canoe and
to jail.
wl'bout Bchwarun rg. It was found on. inquirythat :leave as was me so. and are now our county
spiritoM licence fa or writing intoxicating from the liquors having sa the express control ; the individuals in question, viz : ,the my confusion, instead of going out at the doorI related to us Its.haYing led to: their gather any ,quantity of this sort of fruit. if

of said slave er slaves,person under the penMty oC Charge d'AffaireV of the United Sutes, the came in.I unlocked another door,and walked being suspected of this murder we will not he pleases.

twenty dollars for each and every offence, with the the Turkish Ambassador and the Swiss Envoy into a closet.Before now' detail. :
costs f and the Informer shad be entitled to the one ,had not been invited; and ibis slight is i I could rectify my error there came Another version of tbe affair mentioned in The new Cunard steamship Arabia which
half of hid penalty: and if the person or persons looked upon as a demonstration receiving peculiar -. I a terrible thundering at the first door. The the Marlboro' Gnzette fe, that Johnson was has been launched at Greenock, is 310 feel in

,eocffrodiag'rshatlbca licensed shop keeper, bis or I significance! (rom the present politicalstate lady screamed ; the noise increased; and I felt tied to a fence fuel placed around him, and length,2403 tons burthen and a horse powerof

their said license shall be nvoked.2yth of Europe. ?t has been stated in many peculiar;knowing very well that the lady's then set on fire. The 'Times states thot both 2,000. Captain Jodkins is to command nar.

PaLeita enz.cu, May 1851. quarters, that the Austrian government would husband ;was coming, and that I was in rather the deceased and the accused, particularly I! In discription which the English papers
E. B. GOULD,Msyor.Cfl immediately recall its Ambassador from a bad .fix. tbe former, were greatly addicted to intemperance give to her, It is said that! she is moulded

A1\eat, Washington case in teceptioa given to : Well aware that it would not do to remain in and it may be possible after all, that mujch sharper than any .of her consorts, and *
AS. HA AC ER.Cltrk of the Council. Kossuth assumed an official character. Spo the closet, and convinced of the danger of liquor has been his lDu lerer. Tbe grand the after run is very fine. From the great I

instructions of a peremptory nature have meeting a man who might fall into the vulgar jury, however are making full investigation, I length of the steamer and the immense weight

KeTIC& .- been despatched from Viena to the representatives weakness of being jealous, I was trying to of all the facts. of machinery unusual'ragtdity was required

18 RREBY GIVEN.0 &U Credltol'l, Hein of Austria and,Russia, resident in the collect my. scattered senses in the dark recess, and this has been attained by two serious of
uptefl, &etbtn J.utetat.ed ht the Estate ,or States. These gentlemen have been told to when the lady rushed to me and whispered in A GOOD SHOT.-A bear, for some tiroo: past diagonal iron bracing, extending from stem ",':.

Henry ionna late wt -or*. Johns lsOVB<7 ecu.tcI, demand their passports In ease assistance, pe. a mild manner- carrying on'improper' intimacy with the to stern inside, and reaching from the main .tk'"
that on the expiration of aix Months from the date cuniary or otherwise should be given.'to the "What Jh&lll dot If you do not go'he will young hogs belonging to the settlers' the deck beams down to the bilge. This cC lri. :
mr;I wffl eraly so the Court of Probates for the Hungarians by the American government inconsequence kill me." Queen's Bush,closed hIS career last week in vance was first introdueed by Messrs. Bums, ; ft
Coy of st. )oha. aforesaid for final..ttlfracnt0lW7aecoaBts.wiuistM '* From litter of in the ,
| a of resolutions passed in,Congress O-but consider rather a singular manner. a i construction of their mail steamer.As .
Estate, and a discharge asumuustrator for carrying out Kossuths'a nonintervention Tne thundering at the door drowned her nine in Industries roan's hogstye, the bear the Arabia is to have two funnels: there 4

thereof.. I ; voice. She flew to open it. As the wrathful bad at divers times abstracted four, and one 1! are bat two: masts, which stanJ very far,

Bt. Augustine February FRANCIS 2lst BRIDIER 1852. Admr. I I Considerable system. curiosity.is felt .in political1 husband burst into the room, .I thought I felt night on repeating his visit tbe hogs screamed, I I apart. -

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f, ::7'.rlf 'AffClffiNT- CIT i. ator.rwbcrcas .ho. by his vote, influence and New Tork Correspondence" ,'The -. KOS,U'ru. = .,,.

. I t. devotion, caused a Democratic Senator. to be Nxw-Yoix;.F,4>.19, 183.3.y I Texas was This gentleman is still continuing; his frs
at the wesr, and at the I last
J ]
I"i elected. .. A clear cold day, wilh/f IaPit.ion mfJnt1 ; account
on his to Louisville
kao I hen way Nosbv.lla
t First. He says "our object was in the beginning a* if tbey.werejfo/kmg by. the: b:; !! feftCup- to NewOrlenrn. / ao4 _'

to defeat Mr. Yulce" and le knew Mr. Last evening'' at Tripler Hall there .Its d ia coof Irvine. 'meantime: at the north, tie .Xt'ir, : .

Yulce could.not get but t'colynineotes and long and loud eareka for"(no Maine Liquor temperance + : ,'which began there, is kept un, by t4.J. : ,I;

i IP tyoAury or FEDERAL manta ASH DETEKHIHCIKESIStAKCE he.could not fa elected--well then, if Sir. Yulce Law. he had an letters wftch.| .have been puomfeg tar ,,.,

,. 1, ._ TO ALL '1I0 alTOS TII lL could not be elected arid he knew it, was not It was the great festival -of.. the:National can't it, be aa ? pril1n mOit important partisans these relation Knew io&ta am writ._, : .::'

1 bT UGtJSTINE, MARCH Bah, 1852.- :..' "our object in ,the.beginning" obtained 'without Temperance fesague/ralled; r. by lsd ta mg. wants as I find,I .by'Count Casimcr n'tfJ1ln.ad Et tfw "
i I his action,-who was to be elected T Is the liDlyalllance of Temperance.." : h f"* + Sczemere/ who tdbk an active part, i ia '- -

-The; UD e eat Iiilec" CorrespondenceWe there any thing to show that any other individual Tho tickets to the banquet in the mala, Gen. and >r Russia.positions: during. the war with Atuina:

j I stood chance of election T On thecontrary body of he -"fur outset it :.
a | ball were 93 each person, "AUegbani : The defenders of Kssth are Sir. .
hate received through ihe Post,Office was it nnd is it not a natural' ,infer- but 60 cents piece for those who were content in the Count wo think; ,) and Mr. 3. Vur.kovid':.
I the subjoined loiter signed t "A Whig." As '\lencc, that 29 men, here net going to submit .to partake only of "The feast of reason sentiments of whom were members ot t heeebn.:

;!. ,I the writer appeals! our liberality l 'we have to the dictation of one, made doubly sure, by and the flow of soul," as auditors. in the gal Hon. }irt hr Ute struggle. "WerwviJrrijaJ
j ('oncludcd'tu : insert f it. But as a matter of I aims to be. .correspondence !some interen, ?; smt "
: lery.
tkrtt ,
the fact that he knew of only "ttco or : : think the ill-fence N .
: 1 justice to'Gen-, Hopkins whoso letter to Mr. from tho Yulce party, would vole for Mallo- Having n" distate for public'suppcrtablcs, t ,thinking like to ace of that Koisutii excited complete.no enmities 1>ia> sup-bw

1 : Mallory is made ho( theme of tho writer'scriticism ry. To you Whigs of St. Juhn I appeal-- repaired with some friends to the "Dress Cir lie country, i is to suppose want has no par .
:, ; i wo ,precede the communication of clc" i ianolhcr had been 'deat in the hi tory of 'mtuknd. The
was it not the duly cf a faithful. Ire )rescn'a' us it is denominated to distinguish from e, It' :
"* "UAVbig" by a copy of General! Hopkin. coffin. re and every wncre, there were struggles of ,:
live of such lights, tobavo gallery above
our pnrlr-wil i .
letter. It to bo a family matter entirely.'Wo the rum un ; envy from rivalry, with that pregt
SiCC'PS abstained from with Democratic Were you" ever tit Ttip1l'r lull now called (
unjon any ( put all into offspring of such tblnA dctracljoff, pre '
bad I understood
'nf ways that, thera'ros candidate and 'Ly: all mi't.ns r'dravoring' to Metropolitan) when illuminated to the full of the rum in ; judgment and all manner of uncharita-

Considerable Irndiqj ,going on in that( matter. have kept bfT an election in order that in its capacity f 1t beats the world, not only in be throat : Iu our own r1vo'.atiool-DntJe a*
',Wo mgr" ccrla'iily our surprise that turn both the lo.iders. of it-there mere dissent .
cxprc. Governor and ..
failure thereof, the could have ape capaciousness elegant ornament, but for
,_ '; eccml91i''!: ttCr'id. to eke M/. Ward the He tasked the wisdom of the bit m'." ct'
Y, appointed 7 Itsarriountof gas>ligh(. J fJ very,jut of gas was Webster.A day; and Washin ion himself ut i
ye' ci> not
'General ond his friend* were apparently so '& %-Worttr;"lUan tho frftCancralllopkins :DOiy. In full blaze. -- -y ., l UUe calumny. In Hunarary the...a tfaio'
very ho&filo |lu Cot Ward as to decline such according to his own story, knew Tho ample dais, or platform at the upper t Legislature 1 : been st (nut.ted'brdotear-tbr the: des.

n liberal proposition t WAS there not also n there was "no chance" for Mr. Yulce. Know. end of the room, which Jenny Gold Schmidtand 300,000 << avoid-the responsibility of oil ugen.'y ia our .

t dtfeai Mr. Ward": put:: ,'. Our readers we ing this of course there was no risk-yet, her phalanx of musicians occupied at the abolition different We do of not a great,believe cause.that Kosuth

I :presume t understand, how this election was when .1/r. }ulce'smost influential friend, proposed Lind advent, was now covered with tables intoxicating a perfect man. We doubt Is whether by any

." managed and it-is the strongest instance of to,him to unite with 10 others in eliding and seats for orators who were not to "dis Revd. ot:hi.i peculiar character cart ,u'llcte.ltf t

I, tine man power we have ever seen. Mr. Yu. Mr. WanT-he, the representative of ,Whig course eloquent music*' but ,clozucnt arguments brilliant :) b it we sec in 'his nothing which Calf

.!I Ire was the choice. of the Democratic .caucus constituency, would not embrace it,-an of* for tho cause of Temperance. Below kee our respect for: ..him. or diminish bur

.nnd Jacked on slit' supposition of 30 being l fcr-(as thero were Whigs in the Legislature six er seven tables extend the entire lengthof } enrh in a roar sp ( lend fur in genius the regeueraiioiKot, sterluw patriotism a pcoplt tit ate

necessary to a choice ; but the single vote of ) that would have secured the election, of I thu hall affording seats for about 800 pea Revd. John Oie may hold these opinions and( be evrt

4 Mr Baldwin of Key West who was elected asa one of the most worthy men of our party !! ple. A fair proportion of these 'were ladies a few ) averse to ranting,: what Ktwsuth itnpbrei'

Dcmocint nnd Ibo> supposed us did a'&o tho I do most respectfully contend, that there and a few children among these though evidently were much Arnerici, and one-wn refuse'it arch If,...- .-t-
.\\'big"Iaft his vote would! elect or defeat Mr. arc evidences, of the grossest dereliction saM to ns impolitic and unwise nnd"yet fuel err !
of the class which I "
middlq ( regard astlie oC fur him .
their who
respect asked
"Yulcc I Mr. Baldwin duty. It is no answer in my vicw, o $4yMr.YuJcc gr01K Q. Ta, ,<
Upon pfreonal grounds
( belt) quite a number were dressed fash lately ; of the Hungarian ilzt noble ontwhe!
refused to vote for Mr. Yulce, and dictates to was peculiarly obnoxious to tho Whigs, ,ionably and even gaily. calves + it U rieht! for u- tq yield to it or not ; ami

tie Honblc General Assembly who !is his candidate and that it was n great stroke ol policy to put The "Allcghanian musical throw the he demanded Ihrree n< much .if would |-M... r .
; and secures their) assent to tho elccion him down wi h one of his party.: I contend a corp..had a they coud! : leIS nuble He RksiL ;;m".u hir.; ; but
the dni and
place on ladies. The -
of candidate, [uhen it seems by Gen.Hppklnstliat that faithful representative, having it in bl31 j I presidency of the" fair relieved tho supperscenefrom sweeping ment : his country in such,orul:work to be i.np.jrativii J1U'De'er'" bcea and 1m- ).:"

is ( Mr. Ward a Whig,. could as power n. be Gen U. shows, ho had-would the piggish aspect common at gander byjhe .any thing but &ule.thibition-nC arrltimJ>

ttsilyfl.i. 'c. bc n, elected\ got the appointment I I have better served his party, by having sc. | flil rll( I ton was :& through all tim has: woo the biatant
'.made sured the election of a Whig-we did not scud I disclaiming of mankind k shouU tw ;t. '
have been in. the hands .of the Gutcr- At the right .of tbo little man who p resided. at it
E I, .110'r. I .. I I f him to.tliu Legislature to elect Mr. Mallory, the tall and rather corpulent form of' General good .- ..-:oav that in our own f'atlr'llnaltks: ,4. t?
\ I law in tho of ihc
: I : horn be could nut "abandon. I example Hungarian girt
.I. A WHIG j j"Billy Sam. Houston/ whose white hair nnd bead speech of .ht Franca; in the mast earnest aad imlurin'termsto -

i, PAt ATKA, Dtcemler 26,1551. partly _bald, made him look, to be about 65. 1 c-.me : : grunt that aT.l which WIts 1'0.... j
""Dear Sir : I lia\o;the pleasure to acknowledge t Bow Legs," and Brevet It.Col lie %'as dressed with exquisite propriety for Rctd. E. H. I terer? tu be ecutial to the SU'C HS uf out

j '. i iI the, receipt of your statement in reply to his and and 1 was struggle for independence.Such '
age figure, miny, suspect, be I I
t. Mr. \:'ulf.'O. 1 percent at page, 17 and 18 Winder. j Icarn that considerations should teach u i of his argument bo ctlempfs! to, place the fore they discovered his identify took him to Rev.i.H.V. of Ka* uth-to distrust detriciioa uf #;
, \venty-uiuo blank votes. in a neutral posiiio' A letter, from the last named gentleman, to be some good old sober-sided.'quaker. During Wataly, ,and to give no ear to the numerous st*. /:101

So far from it, that' the blanks had a consultation the Edrs. of the Savannah 'Republican, referring his speech, subsequently, the venerableman Hagany.Thus blander no dpubt-.de vised by partisan t
1t previously; and knowing that 'twenty to some remarks of ours, which appeared* affirmed that he was "exactly what he or ibis and his own country for; seWifi "'
,nind votes: could; only be hodunder all circumstances in a former number of the "Ancient City," seemed but I could once (! I*. It pains one to arc a man in the r on- ;It
not help thinking of his felt Senator
: for Mr. Yulce ho ') Clemens retnilinjf: these sUn- :
could not be elcc-
loucbin .in a nut altogether) laudatory manner,
I I' 1 h"tlvu determined-; to run any one, 'as ,, many mad pranks in his younger days. rs with gusto and dialectic presumption; its .a,
threeIrom Yuleo tho deportment :as it bad been all but authen-1 To the there were no argument to kl .
two or the party had assured. right of General& 11. were )Jon. Neal p this
us, after \uting for Mr. Yulec, lofutflajledge, tieulh reported to us ;. of tho Col's) tawny pot D.iw (Mayor of Portland and another of the : from adopting the p Jicy of KxeyrbM .,
I Ir Iu they would vote fur you. Samaritan ; has been shown: to us* at, the moment famous Maine Law (", .pt ruining the character of him who pro-
Rcvd. L.
Liquor T.
) Cuy- following .
< it: Honorable .
hate'said men must despise ,
"As ) rjca
: political excitementwas
you I our paper, was guin"to press and weI lore of Trenton N.J. .
rode of
ftcvd. Mr.
f great? -so l "eterllte, that I had a proposition inore than'1uward I Chccvcr Ihe lotronary, argumcutation. Nune of the cmi ,
troD Mr. Yulcc'* most influential friendto have not therefore time'no".tu du author of "Deacon Giles'Dis'JHery," and sun .a private men of the country, how much se eve
unite with 10 others in deeding Ward, ;' to it\l 11 brief notice'nnd to'SliY, that'wo dry other distinguished: gentlemen unknown and. ) object to this doctrine haves g'oop-d to 4."\

s if wo, would abandon our position inwards will, at an early day, take occasion, to tome: At the President's left, snt the //on. On the 4'r\ .pitiful mode ot oppa- >LiX i(.- ? il-, '

'>ou, alter. they had found no chance fur Mr. place, both ourselves and the gallant author of Horace Mann whoso fume obtained the Secretary abuut.300

to ulec your, notice I have a t imply ifirmuiion thought proper of your to states offer that production, in a just light, before the pub- i' ship of the Board of Education in Massachusetts in tack on$ the Blot at .r, ti';,t.i,.'JAJI lira. '!4:it

went. Our object was,. in the beginning, to l lie-when* if we have, not been greatly de.ceiyt'd and subsequently tarnished, by his Americans The reported outrage GUI the p.'rt of Amer* .,!
Defeat Mr. Yulcc.,, we shall be able to showlh.\t an overweening bitter assaults Daniel Webster his themselves i al1 soldiers! at Kingston, urn;: out to Law ,.
i I!It .* .* .* .* .* desire to "throw' oil on the troubled upon ; a woundH& rcn much exaggerated It wag a di! repuia-! '-j
its :
fair former
prospect cof recovering brightness e proceeding, but not find
t,.' VoUns .very respectfully, down Mr.I took p as at repr *n* V-
in other wordsAO
N B. HOPKSNS.COMMUNICATED. : waters, or "soap by his fearless. and' efficient, encounters tires tired I I.Vu I learn this tics from the J.mriwlvf ,
f Bow Legs," has lead too. withholding (unintentionally I with the demon of intemperance.\ ded men, ., which ape Iki em reliable infurnu ,;ii'
[ .] no doubt) of important fuels-to '1 he Hon. Senator is a tall, slim man, with Copiapo and says : r;;..

',T\> the Editor, Ancient Crt .-* the practice of a suppressio ten.. long gray hair but not bald, though he is 60 the rebels, TlIS FRACAS AT KlXGST, JAMAICA.: :-\V 't ,
I zens arc! further particulirs: "from a crrea'n.: -
x 1J; will admittt is something n01 for a Whig Steamer Florida years old, or more, and has lost somo of bis cans at relative to the outbreak which ii sej.f to '

1r 'to seek the columns of a Democratic papcrfor front teeth, which impairs his utterance. He return of we occurred between the! American! troop ': ,

r the purpose of reviewing a political act of a This fine steamer we_ are requested to say has a long narrow bead, rather full in the ly on bt> the authorities at Jamaica from which if ..' : '
, Whig Represents but your types, it seems will loach ct this city on Friday the 26th inst?| frontal region ; and he often wears ,specta harbor of : appear that the account of the fracas < "
:: and Charleston bell, r"presented.by one of the Ji&m."tbjJa '
I will bo awkward her return trip to Savannah 1
to1' me, in no moro position upon clcs. To his left was the great Barnum, I .
;. offer of the highly exaggerated. It seem that the rill
II I than those of my party, which arc alone taking ; and should sufficient encouragement flanked on one side by a huge Orthodox Clergyman fifty'of the was under ibo necessity of touching at "

up a strife between two Democrats, claiming Capt Coxetter will endeavor to touch'once a named Howe, (who in virtue of,his on board for the purpose of procuring coal i
It I
\ to be Scnuto *s. This is a ''vonderful f', and month thcrcaAcr. should cordially rejoice sea torian voice was Toast Master) .and 'on formerly water. On her arrival at the wbart,& ,

our party, and our big men, as well<< as the, in so beneficial 1-an arrangement and trust that the other by his 'ghostly adviser ; the dark can left .: who consisted mostly of will, uaJs* '.
service of Irishmen rushed shore in
Democrats, "'1.omlwe onco abused fur it, arc evry facility nnd encouragement will bo gives complectioncd,rcund.fcced and round-bellied Copiapo. the efforts ot the officers upon 10 restrain, th spite_:!*. 4.

Betting wonderfully progressive, and if Whigs i to,effect this objcctur .- Mr. Chapin, tko Samson Agonistcs of the Universalists order to get circulated freely through the city to mba ,-

f wind Vhig i)'pcs 'arc so restless' that they can, The Horn Ill. Bronson, having finishedhis jolty, good fellow., and one of the before the of the timid poiiion of the iahabf ,
t not be still in a Democratic fight, your party best orators of modern times.. Then there Was his who were alarmed by such a sudden ::
winter of official returned to our
tour duty, Mr.John Chambers, of Philadelphia! (formerly the steamer : of American uniforms. Tho result: s
t I will perhaps excuse you, for following Whig city last week and as we are rejoiced to sec, from the North ot Ireland) and sundry for his i a matter of course WAY, that, wins of ilw'. >.

example, I in 'this 'particular.Oh lu excellent hr:1lth-lon may ho be spared, other men accustomed to battle _strongly for .. became intoxicated, and golinrolfi; t
M i fingers and, quills, what unruly things to grace the bench he occupies with so much the good cause.. A .a fight. with pinion 01" the, negro popu ';
i ii and how ridiculous they do some times'mnke ability and usefulness. I did uo'tseo Greelv or Cough, but "Father Almost a The efforts of the American officer* :.
C'er joined the '
f Taylor" the Methodist minister and "Sailors Hotel, in to exertion of the city ,
j nn offl ious man, when he gives away to them1 preacher," from Boston, came in during the Among the soon arravrd: tee irriteratioi: and sf i 1
cm wanderiiig from my object( and by per New Contractor. evening. lady "fair 4 o'clock in the afternoon the Fata

'uission ask, as 'there' is no whig paper prin We are gratified to learn that Mr. F. Bride It was "as good as a play to see the knife 'from thd : J off with the greater part of the comfi

1 t ted in the county 'and my complaint a purely I icr has been finally awarded the Mail Con and fork began game simultaneously which then 800 as soon or a as 1,000people Mr. Rights' m' on on shorn b'Vird.for The the remainder next d-ty an of otfixnmi too ttosn ?:

] local one, that I mar be permitted, to spread tract between this place and Picolata, which How asked an appropriate blessing. Of part in the |I the authorities bad confined over DJM, ;, f

before: tho Whigs! of St. Johns and Putnam has been going by sufferance accident and course,the largo and discriminating audience was l Tile order to protect them from the negroes.

ihc following disclosure under the hand and chanco for several months. Wo judge from in the gallery were attentive spectators of this all her declaration made inane of the Jams'Gi .'

f .:.ilUAtUffL.!!Ljwr Jleprescntativo in the last Mr. Bridicr' past faithfulness in this. matter part cf the performance, and their critiqueswere bake good I ) ,the that melee not an'officer, is declared was in !ba.> befuta entire |J s
the less caustic because length On lf
legislature 'of Florida. Gcnl. Hopkins In a that we shall in future, have.less cause of none were ahal'p4Cl.,. Certainly being the rious lititute ot foundation. The officers were $tr; ..
they ,
written Senator JJnllory 'I '
letter-"spontaneously, active 'the .i '"
attempt oe
complaint. Americans can eat faster thin any nation under question in topftwerve '
; dated S6h( Deco 1851 and published inn the sun,the Hungarians not excepted. oppo |:e ', ana' to c4UitJ'tile men Ut return to .tlh\:(
Pam'plet bv Air.-fullorJ' called "tfpl "Mr. Bounty Land Warrants. The gentlemen who most distinguished redness of The assertion that Major Patten rag "

Mallory of Florida to tho Supplemental{ argue'ment The Dill making Land Warrants assignable themselves in the knife and critic fork movement, (I reiterated + d", he a received severe injury it at,the unJ hand the of inference the iroora left:, .
impartial ) were ponent
speak as an ,
of Mr.. Yulce"says among other things- was killed ia the House of Representatives on 'Sum Houston, Revd. &lr. Chapm, and that sin ) also untrue That officer was in tho set

"and knowing that tventy nine totes could only ItJiaJtittnJerall the 37th February, by a vote of 112 to 80, as Ur./lowe. [Henry Ward tfeecher Rerd.1 of all the : causing the recruits to re-ire from a. mart
circv'!'slances.for Mr Luke, le we learn by the Savannah papers. nrr' cd.] For a small mm, the as she left : ,with which they were providing these
Distillery" did return witn ,missies when he was struck OB ;
"Deacon Giles great
not be elated determined tioflo
could run
ue any bead
I 33: The weather has become quite spring. Oy6r friend Horace Mann played a e.lecutlon.1 she offered by a bludgeon in the bands or anfr ?
our, as two or three fnnnie- Yulte party had as cup of coffee and around the should give but owing to the interposition of bb cap".
stored us, cfler voting for ,JWr Yulee it' rt'LTIL An.Ej like and delightful-our planters availing ico of ham, (but though death on the liquors) : paces, 'to serious injury was sustained. The VBOI d M;
>GB"Cfcfy; tPMiW rote fur you" (Mr. Mallory) themselves of this propitious change ; are busily mdjiot prove any great shakes in punishing'I! masculine : is to be regretted, particularly a* the to '
Now ,Sir, not being, much acquainted with engaged, in their planting arrangements tho solids. It was a sort of an Indian camp 'feminine at Jamaica showed great lenity W.
I It and present'intlications,justify tho hope, that/ meal with Ibe general on his right, and the her op : detachment, and treated the officers oft!$
U'+.ril. II. I "'A.lnduced'hom the represent- .
; throughout
t and day, with ext au
will attend and reward their two Senators soon became playful over the
I .,,-its bf> his most intimate; friends, who had a rich harvest, mottoes extracted from the cockles. 1 ly and politeness,offering ihemetcr/

;known' him long, and who represented him to labours. I .Whether the General' flow of ideas was I room, and ,, cilitT with their armed police it res rear
nnd would obstructed .by bis hasty but subsanliahnelil, I I two,*'and and preserve subordinatioa. 11 -van aa; ,
tIC a ,ruo'hij:, one who always The Southward Bank in Philadelphia refused the'' .
1 cannot say, but hu' opening speech was by skiH arrangement, perbapa,/bat ;
bills the other
i;o Jbr Whig principles, and for Whigsto carry to redeem one of its (5 no means brilliant. man cast were paid oIl the day they l h N. Vor Items out-in other words a truo blue par day because the president's name was partlytorn dated. lIe intimated that on his own person he the door. many of them felt ,bound tOI penAt '

t lye; roan| to vote fur him. off and it was otherwise much B mu in'k, and had never used liquor to excess. O Sam 0 that he ney at the first ,opportunity N+W"W. ".
''I The holder entered suit against' the General In lino reritottsf' and thce should I and so he ,sotno three thousand dollars wen cirett ::#
If 1 am competent to interpret the above recovered judIt1n in by
bo truth in cold water, too Or hav'ot you through as m say boura through taf
language, it discloses Two fuels,cither of which sword of Jamaica while the of dalDl' ..
In England "an editorial notice of half. a drank enough from the well during the past jag : bill ..
r m i liny humble judgment sufficiently exhibit, dozen lines is charged at the rate of twenty ten 'years to come to the truth which is said t I was close $ against them by the city aadbrl' ..
thai Gent Hopkins as a true Whig, had it in limes thaw price of toe advertisement which to be at the bottom 1 I would not allude to this, I of since i amounted to some/fortjr dollars wwdto

'.i,:, power, :o have _be'hi party of Florida it refers. Here it .lemaiidul as a' something but the, general is the 135t'mJ.n: in the world { her Y.home T< paid.American" consul >rdl doubtless. 'tw: *" ,
q;ow 9 represented in Congress by a Whig, Scn- i I to be thrown into the bargain. who ought to boast. I r w ',

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: J"l1iti"ntoa"" the 8lh, ln 1' Galvctto'i papers | der date of bo fit th : ". .r&oJllTJN .. is now opened. those desirous of amnseinent ..ATTORNEYS. AT LAW AND SOLICITORS *, ,
is of Fbruarj have been ,received. i "Wo have now a rriost curious affair here tKpt L2 Barracks,. & Aututine ] can Lave every opportuniiy'; rules and regulation* i| IN CHANCERY. S :tl

t4 the'fatafw*_The Appirtioainont bill Imi' which may greatly cmbarras,the Porn and ,-. .- : such u to please. Attached is an Oyster saloon' t: -" j1
s2d the Senato without amendment, and which does the Turks much injury in the cves .. and Eating Howe which will be satisfactorily supplied I[ or' .f\1fI. Bmm, r.Li
J'1I ur. urope. A young ,handsome Turk n : \T!. .s'. fZ'E 9 A. M. 3 P.II. 9 p. U. from day to day with the Game of the seaeon. :-iJt onto. "' ...:.....

..no"Senate bad/ ,enl lo the Huusoa Inrfee poldgi! (wuterman) in the service of the aou.l' .- .. :. '; Huttr of amusement.Gentlemen and Ladies will be : wit!. A. FORWARD: iHOC"VLE.: ..
The '1'2 >' : : .rorn 9uo K A. M.aod P. Theintenivediate .
of railroad charters. Must nf them being tho nci hbur of an Armenian girl fitUn 1 64 74 2'8 & noon 2 to 5 M.- j Late of Su Augustine East. Florida. '
and fur exchwively i
SS fora bon-is of eight HCC- love with h nnJ invites her to turn Turk, 69 83 86 2'2 fclveninn gentlemen ----
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a pro '3 68 19" Nor 15. a.MHOND\. I Tax CoUectur* k. i\J
es 2':1: J
each for and become 'I'hnEqvei : :
SSnSr lanI of 60 acres erervSaofnilroad hi, wife. She \
10 be constructed thu serin then offers jewelry mind a round sum_of money 4 4't5-.' 69' 6:1 Isilliard Table anti *'eu Pita Alley! .BY virtue orlL power vested in me l I.y law I
5 45 61 '2'S t56.. ;; the Magnolia Retreat opvn UJtoughout the : expose fur sale before the Court 1 1 out 1
ICKIft all tho mile h completed.The if_#he will with hi* requ-wf. Tnls :, At
to Le II Ud as comply 6 6} 62 M 5-1 ... i, day and .Evening. t : door at U"U( Qvilie on the first Monday of July .
Legislature was to have: aJjourued on tempting offur after a world tif ue ;oliaiion*, t Nov 29- 4dif next,'tie following described
'1. 58 60. J7 6S.- no : S, MIRANDA., tract of land or so ,
was accepted and their Conjugal felicity; wits 01 much thereof as will pay dJeaua due thereon the
ibOtGth.InAa" fleprIatisns.Th Injian htve* n.J undisturbed,for,fully six nionthb,when, owing' 8 49 66. '63' 65' .,. Oyster House j I State Florida and County"Orange doubled -tax. .. ; 1
flyilera in served | :
966 68 71 t5 every style daily at Magnolia -
and nwte on the to the of the up ed from the 1845" .
been to.ding |ior c earnest representations parents .I sp Retreat. Parties y =Din : 10 6:1: 2'1 2':1 69 ,": can have any pfrpatations
Tim Han Antonio Western Texts she 'left her home, nnd sought refuge in an Armenian and wit:
buo. private
; apartments. 'i 1
II tN 76 74 2'2' ,
vt-"On SuudayiiiBlu last uoveral of jour hospital, nituate, at Kizlichesnr! *, to. ,'757:1 .___NOT 29 oo 48tf G. )IJ.R.\NDA.i 8488 acres assessed to Theresa. Rodrignear, in r
71 2'5.
: neighbors 1011 property consist ng 01 ward. the Seven Towers, whore she abjured 12 : .. 'Clion3'J<< township 19. range 28.Unices '_ ,11
Uibolo and mules, wy. bout 200 head! bolicv.el the M's lUlrn8n faith, and returned Cnritianity. I, .I3 '2'1 76 2'8 2't Notice is for hereby given that the City Taxes taxes and expenses are paid before the : ..t

fcor.es to have been taken and driven off by the The husband, who it appears'is great* .15. 2'0 61'i6 2'2 71'78 '63-73 ', lAth instant and'that the present 2 thai!year.on that will.day be duen proceed the to day of sale.1852. J. 5IMPS0NSheriffand'Tax : :1J
jan3. Collector
ol the ubovo lent I lr attached wife her in .o.c.-_
lod ua.. Information was to his sought cvery 16 63 63 65' 56 an enforcement of the Ordinance regulating, to collection -- >>
General Sii ith on Monday night who c dircctionand finally discovered her retreat and oldie same ; 'Jt,' Co/l.-ctor': ::5al .

u with liii i tWMl pr )mptne-i, dispatched Lieut* claimed her from-the director. Thn latter de.' 'IS'.J'7 54 65' '67.6'7 2'2 ''2'1 ms.65- : F. P. FBRRFIRA-, iD: Y virtue uf the power vested la me by Kw T

Mttt Col. Rcew in command of a party cl. red that the girl In;question had become a 19 65 69 .il i:68, 672O i Assessor and Collector.St .wJp ball expose for eale'before the Court House ; .1S;

of soldiers in pursuit of thn offenders. lieutoadlpatrhedamwuentfer nun and that ho must renounce her (urt'yer. asi I utine Feb. 14ih. 1852. door at tlellouville on the first Monday of July next ,
to our out posts The Turk applied to (the Sultan- mother for li7 2'1 I TAXI !! EsUft'S!! O.UCE the following def'cribftnaels of land or au ranch
21 59 .
63 62 4i'
country informing them of thu redress whO' at once cent t rdcrs tucdetivcr upthO' : .. am receiving relurna of taxable for]1S52 tkeaeof as will, pay the taxes due! thereon the Stale .
fltbeupper property ,
92' 4) .li6 li6 : 41' ;;
Florida and
icprcdat commuted on the Ciool with girl. The Armenian cclcsiastital authorities '"'1\ Owners or Agents pVojiirty subject to taxation County ofOrsngcfom the year ISIS>
23' 47 liS 2'2' 62' I are to and JUJ5T .
tho including to wit '
\. SCwialHimiihettlwt.ete. Col! Jl.ooYO iemSjttrtanlay rcfus&Io obey; and. notwithstanding f"" :'f Respectfully requested to present their lists of taxable
all the of too PortiypoMtiyelf 24 52'.1 65 6J! 1OO acres belonging to or supposed to belong l*' ..
";ing found nearly representation' of thermistors I properlY before the fint day of April next. Owners or
fifteen 11tmd yftjct the retQHed'to'roeagnlz:; their 1wthutj. 25 72 75 72" 51 Agents oflsn U in County are required riTe [ Robert Shepherd and Jose Sanctex being in _c c.u
this to -
_aboUt apluHeulaf ,
J SJr '11\' to I ,
tfolcwj ; 50.,:
Btaimaic:"' .. 8' ty in such a matter; whdrcupon 'the, Minister 2 6 41 ,5 67 '62., 'H ': descriptioa' thefr 1ct atienby-' &eik o,, 1 bardy's township'Canaf.lT.raoge34.. the tace known, as Du- 'I I II

t ctic'elbl) robbers t) be LIMII .. I War.nccompuiied by a strong escort of soldiers !. 27 63. 63 68 70 Townships and Ranges or by what water courses Unless and .
Texan >
Tho expenses btfure
23 70 14 78 6& bounde f. are paid : the day
*.who visit the KJttlcm and ,proton 10 and (preceded by the husband; repaired 29 65 63' 61 65 J 6ANOVA. sberi1J'and of.;;1e..
H B. ex-off.
the I Inws of
to the hospital nnd, contrary to
bo very tri ndII' 30' 63 6& I j ':::1'DECEIIBE& Tax AsscSOr and Collector \
the country whe.h gufirrtnlee the inviolablity! s j AtsA, 39 1O acres assessed to Clarke and Atkinson -
nf'the domicile1 forced his into the estab- Augustine Jany. 24th 1852. being in section 37, 13 .
r township range 29
,I GRANDE. . ,
LATER FROM TilE RIO brought Iisbmp.n'" led awny the Klr.,:tnd gave ncr over 1 56 51 li5 65 : NOTICEis.ht'reb given to all p<;rson hav south and east at Haw: Creek. W.A. ForwardApentr

I I Accounts from tlnr Rio Grando by to the Turk. The Armenian- authoities have :&. 52 li6 59 55- the Estate of FeihanddFalany Also, 600 ,acres in Township 18, South Taunt

the steuumhipFa1iy at New Orl ans,stnUJ that protested 'against this act, and come to the resolution 3 45 53 5S 47 senr. deceased, either as Legatee, Creditor's 35, east,assessed to- the heira of)Caroline Mge )

1 milieB were crosfng over the Rio Gran.le fit of placing'the matter in the bunds nf 4 3a 49 59 41 or otherwise that they are required to presentthe hardy, south of New Smyrna

cunscQurnce e.f'tbo f premeditated attack on Sir Stratford Canning who some years back 40. 54 55 47- same within two years from the date hereof Also 5lK acres wvgej to the said heirs of Caro .

' Matumoras bj Gen. Cnnwjal. .3 stoutly tmjvoentettlho fights of Christianity 6 58 63 65 51 or such claims will forever be barred. line AlcIIardy being Jo, sections, 49 Dna 50 ani
" n I JOHN CAPO, A-hmrmvrator. paula Township It'. 1
fortifying : 34 and
Gen. Avalcz *Ol rapidly $ the Lcvan'.'" 7 66 range part In township -
hi Cl 61 59
lion outside otthV city, and designed conccn- .. -- 8 CO 6:1 610 I' 62 StAngiwtine, .&b. 7th 1852 8wk4 I 8, end rang 35 south of New Smyrna. :, ,
, rating \1a.u most of bis forces itt that ttpot Arrivals at Planters Dotel.Fel .,, 9 58, 1S5 68 .6iJO FROM JACKSONVILLE,' Unless taxes and expenses' are paid before the
day of tale. S
Mexican. war steamer State of Mexico !). 2&W.SinclairrNew YorkrM i
.nao Bt. J.. with o largt '4 Mr. Criciv '*" '41 66 2'2 L8II For and Mclluuville \ .
o quan4
.arrived al Cronos Enterprise AUoSOOO ,
1 lo: Gen.' Avalez, I' K Thomas BIoor1gonddo:. SS 63 ;. 19' 6.S1t acresaasesscdio Philip R. Young I ly. ,
,1 lYuf'Runs and ammunition 62 64 i '77 69 lug in sections 37 and 38.towns-hip south
them theriver.'tbe Abit.1V'III1 Bti Mns LEA YES ON WEDNESDAYS.TUB range
but could wot succeed. <<*Uinj& up 'ery 13 59 63 63 bt 30, and township 21 south range 31, east, being on
take J. II. and Jad.l'f'ork.
refusing, to Sipphena SPALDING Lake
steamer Grampus 1.1 49 48 50. 4910 Steamer SAA'AII having Jessup. Forward, Agent.
: uuicsa bonds were cnlered nto fur her .Mch. I O. A. Dailon! and lady* Providence, 15 49. 5s 68 48 newly fitted up, will resume her regular bcless taxes and expenses are i-aiJ\ before th- -

Si which wu declined' .?,the author! M C. At ifabten, New. York, 16 31 4S 55: 41 trips for tin above places on Wednesday the, 14th day of tale. "!
, tnestcamsWpJt rocvded id sea on the a' M. O. Halltcn inst., toucl ing at all the intermediate Ianding3and
wfllibul Jtndtofe' h.r cargo. .1 M II. Carver, 11. D. :MincsotoTcry. 17 4.t.: 49 49 38 :. will. continue punctually to leave every Wednesday Also. 10QO seres ofland in section 37., townships '"
liih: iho 9tI orders r\!icbed Muiamorns from M "' Wror Ilar..elF, N., Y. 18 28 29 3:1 morning at 9o'clock. connecting with the U. S. 17 and 18. range 30, assrswd to David R. .
On 19 33 36 49 36 : Dnnhatn,being on Lake Berrisford. &. Johas1jv-
Mexican Guvemmenl authorizing' Gun.i 4' Mrs. W. Ihirselt do- i I Mail Itumentto and frour Savannah. For freight, \
the additional tax cl 8 rter cnt, .* *. Mast. II. L Harsell dn. 20 34 49 I 62 421' -& gagetnvnra or passage apply on board, or (oFEi'NANUEZ.BISBBE er. S. .
i Avalez to levy an for M W. II. Akin nnd lady do.U 3.7 liB 60 5522 & Co., Ag nts.Jan. Unless taxes ano! vxp uses we paid before the.
merchandise/ bomacjinsumpion.
sale of of ale.
the day
on 58 61" 68 6:1 'S5 !.
: received with urentindlenaliou A.J. Akin nnd lidv.8CI1IOO'5EPH M N, :
. WA
Thi- proposition 23 6 69 68 lit; Also COO of land
merchants and citizens of Tax Collectors ale. acres ,lying in section 40.township
: by the ; ;; Ht.N R Y. 14 days Iroui tl<f. 24 54 65. 66 67 south
17 range33 east,assessed .
of the stores were dUsclt'infOl1at"qucncc. : virtue of the vested jn .law, I to he e tae
Most : power me by '
Matam aa Flour. 3000 bush Corn, 40 25 61 66 '75 61 BY of binds Tod near Ktw Smyrna
y Foiwardageni.
much excitement prevailed.It dial) for sale before the Court House
nnj hhds 40 bUs Lard expose
Hay. 30 bags Coffee. 10 Sugar, 26 6'1 61 '72 63. Unless taxes and expenses are paidbtfore the
i I. presumed that this movementvill benefit 23; Kegs utter, 40blU Potatoes. 20 bits Apples,, 5 27 04 65 C7 65 \ at MellonvUle! on the first Monday Septembernext day of sale.

::1 tbo revolutionary party. Casks Cheese to ) bags Oats, 6 casks of Bacon 40 28 65 '13 63 64 the following described tract of land or so much

A Brownsville letter in the Picaymo 6tya- I bits Crac&ere.! 100 kegs Nails, 25 boxes Tobacco, 3 29 60 74 61 65SO thereof will pay the State and County! taxes Also.000 acres assed to John Robinson! being

tho excitement nm-mg- the citizen! of Matamo- hhds drop 10 bUs Mobssrs, 50 boxes ,Soap, 2 casks 62 2'4' '2'3 6G and the ntceararyexpeos.'S' duethereoa for the. year part of tract of 2060 acres granted to:Briggs and

rife U decriDi d as very steal. Crowd nave I Oil, CO boxes JanJIes, 15 baskets CKampagae, 10 31 68 1851. to wit : Robinson being in section 38,township 15, range 32
imihHrtd in ihe street during yesterday and boxes Cider, J 0 chests Tea. 10 doz. Brooms 10 nests 15 77 C9 ICO Den-lOr land formerly o med by Nicolas'Sht"p..rd and township 15, range 33, S and E on HaUifax \

..la% and curses both luuLl and deep Imvo Tubs 5 boxes Oranges boxes Lemons, 10 casks .7A-KUARY 1952.I at Lake Munroe. Pr teat wner not known. River. '

t uttered, against the oppression of iho Central Rice, 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch, 400 boxes to .62 65 11 &t Double taxed for the year 1851. Unlt-s Taxes and expenses are paid before tlie'day

teen Government. Many vlcai for Carvnjul March ,Cth-185 2. D. E. CA RR.FLORIDA. 2 '46 47 52 45 I Feb.J. SIMPSON 2*. 1852 Sheriff an t.Tit Collector' o.c. of sal'.. .

have been shout d in public place by some STEtUER 3 38 47 57 43 Also, O6 acres eased to Cornelius Monroe on the

, who opposed him mart manfully iff his lute attacks 4 35 47 .58 41 'faxUolleccrs Sale.1EY Wekiva Cretk. bounded on the south by Get rg; R.

: and isis partisan on both sides look wilt 6 48 68 62 6iG virtue of the! power vested in me, by law, I Fairfaank's lauds Unless 'taxes and expensej are

inooixoijiuence 10 the result nf bis future oprations. 40 .49 66 4 .ULD shall expose fur sale before the Court House paid before the day of sale. -,

? have cmnudto '1 36 .. .6-1) Mellonville on .the first J SIlItHON. Sheriff and Tax
, (' A number of families ; 4t 4L dyor, W Afonday/of July p Collector! o.C.
this side to- lay, probably in anticipation of 8 42 44 63' 49' next the following described tract ()f land, ur'*n jail 3J, 1S2.... J
s ,mo diurbanco.: It i. expected that the news Will touch at St Augustine'on' 9 49 5S '71 67. much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the L "''raz:: _COlteclors Sale.BY __

will create, if siblf,still greutirvxeitcincnt 10 55 69 '75 65 State; of Florida and County of Orangv for the year virtue of ib -
of tLis lmr>ot po Friday the 26th Mardi i insL nt 10 1851, to wit: : |iower vested in me bylaw I
has In .MatninorH 11 49
69 44
in Moitlcry than it I, : expose frrsaie before the Court House
of dollars : A MAll 12 40 50 44 U02 aervsof land being part of a grant of 4000 door .
*. More than two milliuns 49 assessed to Domingo Aeosta. in at Mellooville on the fisst Monday of April next 1

worth ofgootlt flU now supposed lo be ronccnirnhxini -I orders addressed to. JOHN P. 13 36 31 28 26 aeres township 20, Range 34 and 35 near Flownder, section Crvek 38 the following descr&-d traces! of land or so much
of the owners 14 23 31 51 31. thereof will pay the taxhs due thereon the .
., .. thai. tlaee.nnd. many : ludiin lliver. State .,
lire- -pnmtimiit- --- le dl'll oft be -National Guard 'NEIL, Charleston, will .promptlybe .(,>> 15 36 42 59 51 J. Sl.VPSONaieriffnndTax Collector! o. r. Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851,
nnd direct rcsitlnnco to the decree is confident attend to. 16 I 45 I 66 I 614:3'S I jon 3J 1HS2 to wit : "

anticipated. The paucity ofrrgulur troops and) will be 1'1 34 65 68 49' ,Tax CJollcvtortf Sale! 144 acres of land teinir r- Dart, nf. -n. .iri/i..... ./.r..
i'Veight; passage the 18 '2'3 63 520 the estate nf
there, and the woalihonduitlueiicooftlienxT- 45 67 JITD>Y virtue of the p.wer vested in me by law, acres Atitunm i Ponce North
> chants would render the immediate result of same as from Picolata. ll! 51 47 4& 28, j.-> 1 shall expose for sale before the Court lIou. Smyrna Barr doubled laxtil.. 1

this resistance 110 problematical) ma'ter. I March 6,1652.WRIT I' 20 22 2 38 31 door at Mellonville oa lie lust Monday of July next Also. 232 acres of Iniul on the East tide of

Those here who are supposed to bo in the 21 373r1' 54 41 '. the following d scribed tracts of land or so much Lake Geor ppoed ta belong' to Dominca

confidence (TCcrvnjil, epvak.with certainty ELECTION 22 4 41 41 thereof will pay the taxes due thereon ,the State Ac sla, in sectiuu 38,
township 13
ot an effective movement soon to be made by 23 35 49 49 59: ..0fFlonida and County of Orange for the year double taxed. fUDge. 27,
I'KOBATE OFFICE, )' 24 J8 c7 55 61 to wit *
him though the point of attack i is not del lcn" 1851
led., From the signs think it probable a. bl-w I fit. John Connty. \' 25 63 57 69 6:1 377 acres of land belonging or supposed: belong Also, 166 7100 seres of land on that east

be struck and in this neighborhood.The K19 pnrsnnnce of the requirement of a Resolution! 26 61 65 2'0 56 to Thomns Forbes beio:' in section 45 town. ide of Luke George in section 47 and 38,
will noon General of Florida mip-
Jt the Assembly
from Carvnja r'pretoit him .. ; approved, 27 40 ,62 60 45 16 range 29 south and east, assessed to the raid poet! to belong to tho es'vtu of KicLurd
last accounts the 2tlh day of January, 1851sn' Election\
and that be is only 28 37 54 63 43 Thos. \Vcightman. doubled tn eJ. ,
slate :
as fully prepared hereby orJ'-l1'd'o' held, (at the Court House in 542 in 40
Also, acres secton township 16
49' south J SlMl'SON.
: wailing the result of some intended movement the Clfy of St.! Apgus tine, on Saturday the 20th 29 35 63 62 29. east, assessed to Thomas Forbe,. : 3d Sheriff and
{ 30 39 59 61 : range jin: Tax Chlecloro.c.
hero to cross tho river. instant;) for one Justice of the Peace,to fill a vacancy i Also. 515 ac sin section 39, township |4 south -
i exuting in Magistrate District No. one, of St. 81. 61' 10 69 59 range 27 east being ou West banks of Lake George THE WORLD AS IT PASS: E.s.

iv'.1' SANTA ANNA'd PLANS 'Johns,County.and the following persons are appoin. FtBaOAlKT.I' : : an'l'__*d to Thomas Forbea. '
York ted Inspectors of said Eelectlon, vix Jacob Afickler, '' SIMPSON ,Sheriff and Tax BIORRIS TTviLUSU
3' j.
A late letter from Mexico to tho ai.d B. W. 166 68 78 j. Collector,o.c. ,
if the world'* recollections of the Alberto Rogero Brett. 2 60 60 55 51'' Jan. 3. 1852. hOME JOURNAL FOR 1853.A .
I revives Toll to be opened at 9 A. M and closed at 5 P. M.
Napoleon of the West. The ftIowIngcUract O. HUMPHREYS, Judge of Probate. 3 41' 6& 6G 45 Tax Collectors Stile FAMILY NEWSPAPER.

purports In diced si sumo of his sche.n.-s: St. Augustine, 0th March; I.M5li: 4 39 65 60 46 BY virtue of ihe power ve.led' in me ty law I 1 U1rJs1iEu WEEKLY AT TWO DOLLARS A T AB.TIIK .
Santa Aona.'ho prince Mexican conspira- 6 40 61 68 56 : shallexpose! for sale before the Court House
uhrd his : 7 DE.110VICATIV COI1"tlllY 6 63 58 '17 63 on the first -S
tor-, TOU know has never relinq door: at AMloayille Monday of July FIRST MCXBEK OF TDX NEW SOlD Will BtissvED
hopes of again. securing the dictatorship of COl\VE TION. 1 59 2'0 71 61 neit,the fullowlng.descrIbed tract of land! or, so

his unhappy country. His b inishmetit and ,-M1uL Democrats of St. Johns County, are yes..JL 8 5167 59 66 much thereof! will pay tbe. taxes due thereon the os TUE riasr or JAXCAXT KXZT.

disgrace simply afford) him r. euro\ opportunities relpt'C'tCuUyin'ittd to attend a Meeting of 9 64 ,65 55 55. :;tate of Florida and County of Orange for the Tnt Home Journal -has

to mature his plan it i is well known the party,to be held, at. the "Reading Room" under 1'0 66 61 '2'2 C6I yeanI5l.toWLt: : 111\'r. are few fainiltro! of cultivated now become noivrrsa..
nsscssed habits few
that ts is own now contemplating another the office of the "Ancient City f on the Evening I 60 6:1 71 54 100 acres to Josrph M Hernandez in those: who seek to enliven and make home -the( of

ro\olutiounry stroke al an ('arlylny; but, ,] Thursday next i for the purpose .f appointing 12 41 66 ... 65 4i3 section 43 SIMPSON township Sheriff 1r'Ingt'and 32, south and enet mtilligent and attractive place--who do not moet
J. Tax now
with more than his usual adroitness, he has I{ delegates to the Stale nominating Convention, 26 611. 6:1 ( 3. 1852. Coll. :ctor, o. c: receive it. ,It is read we believe wherever run the
succeeded in keeping from the Government to take place at Madison OP the 20ih instant ...- gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral ....

the particulars ol his movements. I b %'cr>* i I A full attendance,from each, and all the precincts. STATE OF }FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT Tax CW/refor &lIe. refinement which are woven so thickly. into the

that ho will make his descent upon 'is hoped for and expected. EASTERN.CIRCUIUT.ST.. -ST. JOHNS By virtue of the power vested in me by jaw" j stronger and coarser web of our .country' industryand
probable Acapulco point farthest from By orJer of the Dem. xc, Committee of St. .. I : eipoje for 'xlr before the Court IJons energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the

Alexico at of his{ enemi a I know that such Johns County. COUNTY. d orlt Mellonville! on the first ]Monday of July next speaker to the hearts of this busy nation: in the hours
-- j $,)Lcions cireumstnncc* G. HUMPHREYS Chairman. Penelope M. R. Sumaer. ComX ) the following! described tracts of -j land or so much given to happiness relaxation.
vms bi.i tent oOi juUuough Tatr .. .i..i.lEb&.J :,, CBAIc *r. thereof will the IIIX due I
house { ,) .,1. as pay ilwreon the stat A* a JWv. Year" rren"rrom" GeMUmen (. a
lead him t') chalhge bis plan 'A Bu Tem.. '. It'! Car Divorce. and County of
tnay furnished for T. Secre'tary Pro Morton Coraah&mnW.TMJf of Florida Orange to wit; t Lady the I lorn? Journal is one of which ie re-
has been built there and St.Augustine lllrch.'6lh, 1838. l i Nine Tenths of 41,000 acres of land *
appearing to the Ntisfictktofde. Court granted to vunbraac* i* rllttJlJtlll tttry week, and it u uir ur- "
and things S
him by one of his fricndt mUIY there daily.Tho MdiriCJG is hereby given that 1 will,su weeks It by affidavit filed in this case, that Morton Cornish Joseph Deleroin oppodte Morrats Island InJiau'' passed as a gift in good taste. ,'
landing '
useful fur a campaign are kettles '1l'Plylo the Judge Probate of St.I Sumner the Defendant above named'resides beyond River, doubled taxed from'I the year 1845 to and including 7Mi..-.For one copy,02 ; for three copies, $5?

day I le(11 SAW 150 or 300 camp San Johns County. for Letters of Administration on the the Limits of the State of Florida, so ihat the 1851'Un1es or for one copy fur three years 8S-always :n ad

going (Into the warehouses of the leading and Estate cf. Susan t"otUslate of said County Decaard- ordinary process of Law eanno be served upon'turn. taxes and expenses are paid before day ol vance. Subscribers. without delay. Address I *
Innta thert and many bales of blankets ANN HURLBERT. Therefore on Motion of McQu Mclniosh,'Esq. rale. -J. SIMPSON Sheriff and MORRIS & WILLIS 4

clothlnp. You ned not be surprised if you St. Aagustine, March 6th 1852. Solicitor for the Complainant it is ordered that notice -Jan. 3d. 1852 7ix Collector. o ''c. Editors, 107 Fulton street New-York.

bear stirring new from that quarter soon. 'Ill District Court of tbe United of like .nendenev. of thu tnt K* .env.."., n., tn. the ..iJ Preserve, l'lckle, ,Ac. -
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'All the officials in.that State (Guerrero) are State. Defendant, Morton Cornish Sumner,by pubUcation PRESERVED Fruits assortej-.plumsjeaclie, ADAMS' & CO'S

Banta Anna* friends. General Alvcrer the NOKTHEBX DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. In "The Ancient City" Public Newspaper publish tI, Quinces, Pine Aoole.: f-.'"',_ .A

Governor, is almost omnipotent a firm friend i is hereby given that,in pursuance of an ed in the City of St. Augustine in the County and rants, Oranges; Fig Strawberries. Cawrnts :and; A

of thd great conipirator ; nnd a bitter enemyof NOTICE l the'Hon. Isaac H Bronson Judge of Circuit aforesaid, for the space of three months. re. AImon's.Guava ", Vermacilli Macaroni. [jeet Oil.

President Aristcr. lie has plenty of arms said Court. I shall on the 6th day of March inatant, quiring him the said !Defendant appear and aaswet Madeira Nuts FilbHts Pea Now. asBorted

aDd can call into the field 27,000 Indians at at the Clerks Office of said Court at the Court House the said Bill, or the same and the matters and things Candy,Rock Candy. Citron. Raisins Cassia.I Bay

gmoment. The government Is almost in the.City of St. Augustineprocced to draw Forty. therein alleged will be taken u Confessed. Rum Congress Water. Cordials. Prunes.. Ginger

Itch him the soldiers from even jurors to serve at the ensuing April Term ,of And it is further ordered that a bearing bad in {I Preserves, hpanuh Olives, Champaign Claret. Liquors NEW YORK
-powerlesi against as
this Ckse, at the next June -}'atiOa, \\heaton Grits,
In" with aid Court-of whom twenty-three are directed to be Term ol Said Court to Sardines.: Fresh A3D
the northerly part of Mexico "cave drawn from the County ofDuval, and twenty-four be holden in and for St. Jrhna County aforesaid at Salmon. Pickles Capers Sap Sago, Spis: Fancy

the dyscnUry as soon as they get into yllven z : from th
mountains. Al| tho military officers df f the interested will take noticed Given under my hand, at Chambers, this 4th day ers Honey LK-w Tobacco, &c. at retail. EX IMI ESS.rmccs .'I

different slatioas in the State.nro appointed GCO. It. FAIRBANKS." Cleik V. S. D. C.; February., A. D 1852.THOMAS P. Cl\RR. ,

by ,his influence, nnd arc his creatuici! and Northern District of Florida. : DOUGLAS, Judge. &c. Nov 2 2. S : i i iIfi .

nf cout.e Santa Aouists. I suppose &anta 51. "u, tcut1ne.}'tb.28th. 1852. A true copy from the original order. NOTU'E U hereby given, that, I wll. four 18&. 19 \\'isli st* Ncw.Ymk.

Anna's rally.. cry with the ipwiranl will I'. B. DUMAS"Clerk! c. c. IT. bUNS co. from this dale, apply' to the Judge of :39 Main *t.. Hartford, ft.

be"war lo the,North mnncDn.." I Urandf Choice, LIqUOISCetd Holland Gin, Munoogahela Fe".2 lb. 1653 rr-.l.ate of St. Johns Conn.y tar authority 'toad!.1,'160!, Slate st., New Haven; Cf. ,

'I .1. Whiskey, Irinh and Scotch do. Ale and POT .'JceUUI"-fri'a en much OI" real Fstateof, Domingo JU'ina. late IGJ tJaltimorest., U.iliimore.IVnntjIvniii.i ;'
do.l'orlldq PUblic r Koonw.Sitting of said County dreeasrd. as will "be suffi,' Av. \Vn .'
> Jiinjlon. .
FvuttMtl'l' or PaOJ'lIEcv.Tho Raleigh C1 aH Iwene Wine, 4/adrira." do. Sheny for temporary I. m to
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p b Register. announces tho marriage by n flov.Mr. Congress Water, Conlial. Clam Wnt' 'rudlnf'1tI at tLe Magnolia Itetreat.purpnf, JS.MIRANDA pay the remaining debts ANTONIA of Md F-Mat-: I 17 I Fourteenth' st., IichmonJ"a. .; '

Wolf, of n Mr. Lion and a Miss Lamb. &c. B, K: C.tRPI Nov 29 DII 4&tf -tin'. Dec 27rhI h51.IIITCIICOCKAuju ,8* Wushin I.HI't.., IJustcn.! t

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'i j Hti"i ie*)' Directory I For the,county of Nassau Thursday before the STABILITY-SECURITY-PERPETUITY. Tax Collector' Sale, -- t TaX Collector'*-Sale. -_-- --:. \

C .iI4ti'1hzt1Iottt'On '1St. George Street, north of third Monday of November. :, t. ,55 900,000.. I t virtue of the power vested in me by law I virtue of the powrr vested .a ," '.
the Public (Square and'one:door, north of the Meth- For the county of Ducat, on'the third Monday of S By shall expose for sale before the Court House By expose for sale befre the Court _. g

.. ... ,,JiFt Church.Florida ). November. S ''I THE ITIUTUAI LIFE SURAICE. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first 'Monday I Mellonville on the first Monday of Jufy nextAl aat oib; "

.: llante. O.i Trccenry. Lane North ofthfi'ub'.ic For the county of Marlon; on the first Monday in S COM PAN IT i of May next the following described prop following described tract of land or somach the .
) OF NEW .
, :)curr.: December. | much thereof as will the' State and will the taxes due thereon hof .
or so pay as pay the '
City Jf ld.: On CharioUe pnd Bay Street, :afew, For the counties of Alachca ,and Levy. on the sec-' '[. :T ET Accumulated Fund Nov. 1st, 1849, 8900,- S county taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon Florida and County of Orange for the vear State u r of
Jfoath East of the Public .1' 000securely invested in Bonds and Mortgageson ; 5J tG
iluM-t ,
I Square. ondMonday in December. for the year 1851, to wit : wit- M '
Planter Ijotel. On Charlotte Street and Treasury Forth county of Columbia, on the third Mondayin real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks One lot'of land within u> limits of the city of JOG acres of Land assessed to Joseph I
Lain*., north of the Public annexed to the nfthe State and City of New York. and United J/s....
Square: December. : St. Augustine bounded on. the North by Lot of cbez in sectioa 40,township 16, 333
. FloriJa House. I Ii The U.S. DistrictCourt at St Augustine. on tbrfirst States Government. Marquis De Forgeris on the South by lot of Rer.U on the Hallifax River. range lad I t '\. .
BOARDING This fund is increasing by a widely extended -
. i i HOUSES. Monday in April. rapidly Axtell and M d Pojatul. EasS by Maria Sanches Also 310 acres assessed! to the say .
Misi& Folio. On t. George Street, a few doors TtiE T1YELLER'S, GUID1. and prosperous business. creek and west. by Rev. II Lxtell's Lot and marshof Sanchez in.see 51, township 17, Josenh r AI!
ol of fif-- range
The declared dividend profits 34.IIndt
oulh the Company a
Courtiloede ,
and Public I:
Square. said Tot returned in .
the.St. Sebastian creek was and east west of:!myrna.J. I'
G. N. Pap,.. On Bay street corner of Bay: and ROUTES FROxTcHARLESTON- tytwo per cent on aU' existing policies ,on the 31st 1851 by Michael Usina, and assessed: William H. SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector
4 Garden Lane. J JI 1 1i of January, 1848. ( 'o* c.
Shadgett. \\j Jan. 3. 1852.
i DOCTORS. 1 From Charletton to New York' leaving daily ai All the Profit arc divided among. Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the .
Doct. F. IF' fdon. Otfice at his Dwellio g House 31-2 o'clock By Steamer to Wilmington 180) the Iiisnrcd. of sale. IJ'.J' Tax Collector's --
1\ i P.M. day "- **e. \
.." The cash annually, semAnnnally "
1 .on Bridge Street. .r[ I miles.-By Railroad to Weldon 16 i miles.--To Petersburg premiums payable in R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff nnd c.x-off. BY virtue of the power vested in me by W r
, Doet.John: E. Peck. Ofllcc on Sr?George Street : 63.-To Richmond 22.--'fo Acquia Creek or quarterly! interest being added on Tax Assesror and Col lector, s.:. c. expose for sale before the Corm HOQIIIJ

. II doors North of the Court House. 17tJ.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to .deferred payments. >. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of
The cash adopted by this Company se- Nov 7. 1851 July uezt.
DRUGGIST.i-i iP.C2yl 9ti. To New-York following described 01 01the
; I Baltimore: 40.-To Philadelphia tract of land
: or .. : .
I ,tra. Chemist end Chailotte! urn to the parties for whose benefit the insurances Collector' Sale. will much
\ Druggest 87. Total distauce '771 mUes. Time CO hours.. Fare i Tax thereof as pay the taxes due thereon
t .BuceC) !; .j are effected the whole of the advantages without virtue of the power vested in me by Il1w I Florida, and County of Orange for the ttal.lt. t.

I, i 820.The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston subjecting them to the.heavy drawback of accumulated B expose for sale before the Court Housein to wit r3IO year 1851;

1' LAw YtRS.E. : j tenth day after the 27th of April) o'clock ? M.Thro premium notes. the city of Augustine on the first Monday of acres assessed to James Clark
B. CaulJ. Counsellwr at "Law:-officeon' ;Ar- every in CO hours. Fare (State-Room) 825- Persousmay effect insurance on their own lives May next, the following described property or so 42. township 11. Range<< 31 aoutb and intectioa
illery Lane. 'I'Ixl. [ I From Charleston to Philadelphia.-The Osprey and the lives of others. A married woman can in- much thereof will pay the! State and c >unty taxes Uallifax River east oh w

A. u"am.. Attorney' and Coun ello! I leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock',I cure the life of.her husband the benefits of which are and the necessary expenses due thereon for. the year J. SIMPSON, Shn J'and Tax :
1I Law oHici 1 1 I secured by law for the exclusive use. herself or chil- Coiletor.c.
at Pjcolata street. : r. *.-through in 60 hours. Fare 20. 1851to wit : Jan 3,1832; ;
George R. 'Fairbttnkt. Attorney and Counsellor! af From Charletton to Neie-Orleaat. Leaving daily dren. 2000 acres2J rate land being in section 3-1, private S : :

Law- '15ce in the Court House. ; ai 10 o'clock A.'*. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries surveys, township 5,South range 26,.east, and Tax Collector's Sale. ._

l '. miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource -, section 39 township 5 south, range 27 east. being BY virtue of the power vested In me by law r .r;

I PUBLIC OFFICES. i Macon and western Railroad tf o Griffin 42.-By whereby their surviving familu may be secured part of the New Switzerland tract, lying about 28 expose for sale before the Court House .k

Pod (tffic G. E. Llamb-tts! : Post Master Court Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery rom the evils o"p nury. miles from St Augustine in St John*'county. said door at McIIonville on the first Monday cf Jury next 4j?

1 House. t 65By Steamer to Mobile 331.To: New-Orleans I Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual land was returned in 184! by D R Dunham Agentof the following described tract of land or as much

1I I Svneyor Genera?* Office; B. A. Putnnra Surveyor 1C6. Total distance 1,006 miles. Time .123 hours. Life Insurance, and illustrating its advantages with John L Eagle, and assessed to John L Kngle. thereof as will pity the taxes cine thereon the State'..II/._ ,

1 General, on Hospital Street.corner; of Artillery t Fare $39. 50. forms ofappli'ationmay be obi lu.d at.the office. ,of Unless taxes: and expenses are paid before the day of Florida and County of Orange for the year IS.St. t:
Lane and Hoj>iial SI1 'l't. I Savannah the Company 35 Wall st.. or of a6y of its agents.: of sale. i to wit : : "-

Land Office.--A, T. NoJn,' Register!' of Public From Charleston to ]p'sw.OrleansYiZ Savannah 140 miles. TRUSTEES R.B. CANOFA, Sheriffand ex.off. I lOO acres assessed to Elizabeth Bunch in "I
Landj.flice in IIou.e.Thos i daily nt 9 A. *. By Steamer to Jos B Collins David C Golden Assessor and 61| 16. see.
.thfCt>urt and Western Kail- Tux Collector s J c. township range 33, south and rait, on the JI-.
'f" 1 T. RU$ cl. Uocciyer, vffice in Court I -By Central Railroad to Macon\ 100.- Wm J Hyslop, Alfred edwards, Nov 1. 1851. Haillifax River. .
House. : i I road to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka R H MtCurr'y. Wm Belts, S J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector
|I' 'I 65. By Steamer to Mobile Tax Collectors ..Sale.y ;o. *,
Railroad .
By to Montgomery; -
Judge of rf'J Qlr. (G. Humphrey's Judge,) officein Ered Winston Joseph Blunt J'an.3. 1852 -
I .
I 331. To New-Orleans 166.Total distance 1,032 virtne of the vested in me by law I ,
the Court House. 1 j I i: I C \V Faber aacG Pearson, y power -
Peter/i. Duma: Clesk Circuit Court office, .in miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39. 50. John P Yelverton Henry Wells, jLk shall expose for sale before the Court House '.avw: Collectors stile. -

the. Court House. I MISCELLANEOUS TABLE. Theo Sedgwick '\'m'.l\1oore. v door in the city of St. Augustine on the first virtue of the power vested in me by law, t

( Rafael R. Cano'tI. Sheriffand Tax Colleetcrohie (- Distances. FareTime.. Stacy B Collins Zebedee Cook, Monday of February next, the following -described BY expose for sale! before the Court House "
To Athens, 7a., 221 87,95 20 h. or so much thereof as will the State Mellonville! the first
in the Court Ui>u5e. i i m. Joh'n II Swift, JonaMiller property pay at on Monday of July next.the: .
I Collector of Cdttoms J,1m.31 Hanson: office,- "Chattanooga Tenn., 445 13,12 31 John U'aJiworth David A Comstock and Coun'y taxes and the necessary expenses due following described! tract of land or so much !bee.iof .'

Planters Hotel. I I I ''C 0 1 una b a, S. C., 130 4.00 8 S M Cornell, Robert Shuyler thereon for the year tESt I. to wit : as will pay the taxes due thereon Uw State of

Inspector <>f Ctt'ams. Ora Howard I office in "Camden S. C.. 142 4,00 9 Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers 550 acres of 3d rate land being part of a donation Florida. and County of Orange for the years Jt3SJ.

.Howard Building. :Mtiiket "(} uare. ,I "JIambu ):, S. C., 136 4,00' 8lemplu8. John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman orriginally to Jose Papy being section 38 of to wit :

/ //. ];1'1"011. Jujga U. S. Court Northern % ,Teun.&O 23,00 Fred Whittlesey Moses II Grinnell private &\urnys,township 7, Bouth. range 28 east, as- 23O4 acres on the West aide, and 815 acresoa

District of Fl riJa. DtTis! in the Court House. .' :! 1 i Passengers for either of ,the above places.leave Charles Ely, Wm J Bunkeri seed to Cole Paright &, Co. said land U.lying on the east side of Hallifax River, aawnstd to Peter I

G. II.: Fairbanit I'lfrk 0. S. Court office in.. Charleston, daily. by S. C. Railroad at 10 o'clockA. John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, Pico la t a Road about fourteen miles trora Su Angus- Miranda bring in section 39 and 40, township 19

he! Com i lloun. t ( | )(. Walter Joy Francis S Lathrop tine. range 21) south and east/ S

Deputy ..Vd.dul. Core It Zihubaur office in t1cI1FF'. st1t;. Alfred ('ell. J 0 Thatcher.' Uuless Taxes and expenses are paid before the -J. SIMPSON Sheriffand Tax Collector o, c.

I .tlle Court UO 5t". i if j jI. S JOSEPH B. COLLINS; President. day of' !ale.R. 3.1852 S
Y virtue ot Decree rendered the 5th day 7.
1) a qa ISAAC ABBVTT, Secretary. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off.
I J_ of November 1851 in the Circuit Court of ART U.NIUNOF"
S Tax Assessor and Collector : HJLADELl'llIA
f I. : OK' TUB PEACE: JOSEPH BLUNT, Counsellor. ,. 8 J. c.
': (;1.1. IJUllIl) m'v.*.-*fiice in th- Court HnuoeJoVa. I I! th' Eakarn Circuit of Florida in a certain cause:! G. R. FAIRBANKS Agent St. Augustine Fla. Nov. 11851. Incorporated. by tile 'Legislature of "
i R. Fairbanks
George was Complainant I
: I whereij S '
a I.'I'kiilipiNotary little Nurth 1)r"the .Market Public-and otllce, on'dooru fB3YIrt'rt. and William! IC. Cole arid others Defendants in -Frb__16th._. ;:-_ .___.,.._.._________-___________________ I Tax Collectors Sale, FOR. TilE Pennsylvania.PROMOTION

.1 the Post vfure. net ). 'har.cery to me directed and delivered, I ,shall offer ; jJWJ ?J :N m m m. :B virtu of the power vested in me by law I ARTS OF OF THE ,

I for *al.. en MonJay the first day of :March nut: ST. AUGUSTINE expose for l hale before the Court House DESlGsVJW TOM
E. F.
CITY OFFICERS.Mayir I i iL1. i in front of the Court House in the city of St Auzus- -I door in the city of Acgustine on the first Monday UNITED' Tim

tine! all the right: title and intrrst (.William. K. S of May next the following described propertyor
\ Go I'hilliju.JUsrewcr 1 i THIS KSrABLISHMENT
Cole Saniuf 1 C. Barighl and Benjamin II. Sisso'u, hay much thereof as will the State and S OFFICERS.HIHBY .f
Andieu. pay county
It t PaulArnau, } ,'" '" i in and to the following described la mis to wit : i J 1;ili 1 lug undergone Th rou Repairs this taxes and the nscessary expenses due thereon for tb* C. Caar Pretident Wotuat: D.-KU.LRT

\ 11. 'I." Medicii.; .f I 'AI.l"rmt'n..! All that certain Tract or P.trccl of laud situated: : present season is now ready for year 1851, to wit : : Vic President. EBWAKD P. MCTCUZLI, Trenttrrer.E. -' 't'

F Quiace'y.: : -vI/ S in St. Johns county, floriJa',upon r-ectious G and i, reception ot Company. FAMILIES ANDTRANSIENT A lot of laid in the city of Su Augustine. bovn U. Huns..Recording Secretary ,

Clerk of tie City Council. ChaiW Haager "olTlce? .1 Township 7. Range '2d, being; a JyanLh grunt : BOAUUEUS can have spacious ded on the east by Dragoon or Spanish street and G EO&GEV..DEWEY, Corresponding Sec.MANAGERS (-

I at the Cou.ncjl room. :. 1 i io j to Jose Papy of 640 ncretf; which said tract was I Apartments.Rooi; lots of G Poraar and A :Masters on the West by -00- ,

: l.'it"", 'lf1r,A i/ and Clerk ''o/'tht'.1J,1., P.P.Fetreira. ,. sold and conveyed in the year It50 to taid Coe.Haught ';, Airy Clean, and If cat- Tolomato street on the South by lor of Joseph! : S "
nnd ion: by FraucU, J. Darrrnce and AnJreu deceased: on the North by an lu
\ < ' L.S l' } ness: ittclf. furnishedhandsomely.Ncl'iiug .- alleysaid ohn Sartain Charles Toppan. James S. Wallace .
1 i S t wife, Excepting and I Insert ing lli-refrt! ninety wasorrigtnally owned by the late George Bartlett, (.
,L' PORT .\1LDENS.S i : Wanting:: 'harlcsMacalester. E. II. Butler, Henry S. Patter 1
:\ /'. L*. 7yfatrett Charlet. Ilauger' Jot. E. Pomar.Al.'CTjO.NCrR. ceres to saiJ Ourpnee-irLs atil 1 .:ne liuckk-y. Also! the t tft'vtrnll'r..c The Jluusc is well known as being re' ently deceased and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks containing son,M. D., Charles G. Leland l William D. Lew. :

t "I.' :: and Par': tf Lad h.-ft-uaf dvs rilribtJ Built,'! Expressly with a view to the accom- in all two acres,rnore or less. is, Joseph D. StewartM. D., Edwin R.Cope

J : t\ to wit : i 1 oJatioti of Inralids nnd others, being entirely Unless taxes and expenses are paid before theday Fdward P. Mitchell. John S. hart. A. M., ,
Censrr.: F. I'. Ferreira J Striecha.MKRCHANTS. 60: acres the west li (ufilu' S'rtlvs: ijunrter u of sale. :
t'' : and A. built.of Wood with Rooms connecting, Folding James L. Claahonu
C-aaJ S l CANO'-\
sec. TrrangeSd nrKt1 t K.t'O' S H.B. Sherilf and ex-off.
Doors &c. which renders it Free ( .
I do the Last half ofnlie Northern of romVut1JDUCSS. Tax Assessor and Coilecter'
quarter Blinds s. j. c. Every member for.tho Year J
Fireplaces, toi windows I83lt
Uurlin.1ttt1l' & Howli-Corner of St. George j se". ,1 and 7, range 27 ti and K.: (, through, opening on Piazza Promenade Two Nov 11851. t Will receive, fill each! Subscription of FIn Doltza .. '
of -
an.l 60 do The East lair of the Southeast qvartt r S .
Trrttry Laqe.! j j Tax Collectors Sale.w print of
Sl't'.l end! 7, 27 S ami E40.4o \ Hundred Feet. Protection from Rainy, Cold! S1 ;;
J Uurrdtigh* E. C""r.'holf'snle and Retail! dealer : the range I\orllu-a't if the Northat Wituls.tte., forming a desirable BETBEAT from : y virtue of the power vested in me by law I HUNTINGTON'S "('IIRI TI NA AND HEX-' "
fir. qiartir
iu ;t Li-j
quality of ul!1 kinli
Family CJroceries ', .LP shall for sale'before the "oart Housein
of 12 and 7, 27,13 and K.: confinement at all seasons of the -
& quarter we range year.
.juore No. 2 :
.e. Iat North
ride Charlotte Street, the the first
of the l'ubli f. quurl"J' I 40 Jo the Southeast: quarter of tin i'outhrtm quarter I The House is situated facing} South !in central city.ofSt. Augustin. on Monday of r I Engraved by JOSEPH ANDREWS Rattan,
| : of sec. 36 and 6, ra:4e: 27 S and 1-:. position, and retired from other Dwelling May next, the following described property or soS AND. TilE COMPANION,
(]ffJlt Kurt. l>.'alerin; Stnple tin Fancy ,Dry Also: Lot Number Three of the Section -Vo. 31, ,I The House contains 45 Rooms, with additional much thereof as'will yay the State and County A print Iluntington'g "MERCY'S, DREAM", I
Good*, West side of Charlotte street, a few doors es and the necessary expense: due thereon fur the S
I Township C, lUngi2r| fcj and K. I Parlours, Dining, Setting command conveniences Engraved by .A. II.RITCHIE,'Am Fwi.
North Treasury Lane. I I. Containing in the :tggregaIe Thiee HuudrcJ antiSeventy in cncral.t'or. Accommodation can- year 1851to wit ratejand: Or the choice of any two of the fo towing
I Seth M raLsnan.Vtiotesale and Retail dealerIn 3d assessed to Nicolas San

I II Dry Goodan l tlroferieo. (irot-ery store on; the I i two ocres.S R B. CANOVA.J'lieriffof I not be surpassed.The chez being section 25 of private surveys township Four Splendid Engravings SJ

Around floor' of the" City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, J -luu well earned Reputation this House 4, south of range 29 East beingrin St. Johns Coun viz :

\ Charlotte -street, ojipcuitc j\li*.fA Piuk'haina., Jan. 3lf i. 1852. i'i County.i has from Year to Ye/ir acquired/it! will be th.. adjoining lands of Estate of Ilobett Mickler, and i 1.-Joint K.tox's bnRVJEw'WtT1I MAirQuscror i I.

.) Mtisa .s, Z Y, Piulham.. Dealer in Fancy i PruprietrcstI, :\lrs. DAVIS aim to sustain, and Estate ofETJenkes. Stan-Pain ly Leutze, Fngraeed ty SaTtd;'.

/ (;ood.: &.c. opposite the Planter! Hotel ou Ua..t I for the liberal! Patronage heretofore, she returns Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the 2.-RCTs AIm BOAZ, Painted by Rothermel Ekgrazeil
I. tide of :Chariot etnvt. BY virtue ot thepower vested III me by law I her thanks. day of sale.! fry &trtain i
f 'fI IVJni ];tntt. Ut"atrrin Oroteriea, rrovit'ionl.&C' shall exj; 0." for sale be'ore tin Court \ Hcustlo <> The 'ruble will be supplied with choice! R. B CAXOVA, Sheriff S and ex- ff. 3.-M E&cT'S Darac,.Paintevl(<( HuntingtonrEugraved -

i.1.1I ''omCf: of Coua and'at. (!urgc street. )r at Mellotivilie\ on the first Monday of August Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks Venison, Tax Assessor and Collector, s. /. c. by Ritchie. S

if I :Manuel; Crcfjn. .Dealer in Family stores, Provision next the following described tracts il land. <
*. fc.!.. corner of Cliarliijtli and ISriIge streets; ch thereof cs wll pay the taxes due thereon the Uivcrs and Forests abound. Two o'r Engraved by Andrtat.
1 our Tux
Collector' Sale.
Mate of Florida and Co of for the !
F. J. .my Orange year And of the
Qt iney. Watch maker arnl Jevrcler, on a copy .
1851to wit more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this'II Y virtue of the power vetted in me by law I I
lieorge office of Dr.Teck.That ; 'B
rrert. nearly Clpposi .
j Philadelphia Art
House. have levied and will' for sale Union Reporter,
of upon S
I 75O acres Land in Tumbull expose
yekjn. swamp. belongingorsupposed -
of Shoes
Retailer BooW '
Horses Carriages, Ponies Guns Fishing at Fort Capron on Indian River St. Lucia county A monthly pamphlet.containing a report of the! inns-
belong to Win .G Foot returned S
Hatdaiul Dry (!o corner of Charlotte t4Fteiii Lane. j i by Benjamin A Putnam. Tackles, Boats for Excursion &c. (there being no Court //ouse in said county) on the and information on the
I S Treasury! I Very Respectfully first Monday of May nut.between the usual hours S subject of ths Fine Art.
Lavren'e JIII"r.u."l'oilor, Charlotte stttet, I Inearfitc.Fort Also, 350 acres belonging I THROUGHOUT THE '
or supposed to belong of sale the following described tracts of land or so' WHOLE WORLD.

I S to Chariot S Gobert, returned by'. William, A For- PRqPRIETRESS. much as will pay the State and County Taxes assessed 0() ,
Jo\it Uin.1. .Boot maker harlotte tree hear
.I I IiI' Cm Hotel.Muliael ; ward.. i I/ N. :B.-It Is the wish of the Pro- thereonfor the year 1851 viz r21OO .1 The Art Union of Philadelphia awards prizes in t.

.t' Nclllf-Cabinet :Maker, Charlotte S Also, mOO acresbcloninng supposed to belongto prietre that the Servant attached acres of an Island known as Hutchinsonsi iu own Cartiucates with which original America

fctreet.bilow '!'f'tq>i'ranve! Hall. N.harris retumed by John l- ntJne. to the House nhould be civil, atten, i Island, situated in said county of St. Lucia bounded works of Art may be purchased 10 any part of the U.
f the North Indian River Inlet the States at the option and selection of the .
li on by on peisoa who
( ,the John 'Maniry.l! .J 1C1I. Smith and Gun 8milht near' Also, 55:>;> acres belonging or supposed to belongto tive- aiidubhIgiUZ.; m South by St. Lucia Inlet or Gilberts Bar on the may obtain a prize at theAnnual .....
W$ Gatif the City. the lu'irs of Low. CARMICHAEL ANDU8G00D'SD1tEDGI1'G ;
Fast by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the West by Distribution, .

I miliard Table, Co l'lit.tllry.. Ora Howard: : AUo, 9f'0' acres belonging or supposed to belong undersigned have MACHINE.been appointed Indian River assessed against Major F. Woodbridge Which takes place on the Etening of the lastvteeZ
i i1 : I to Robert Marine, returned B, A Putnam ririii: agents and F. M. Robinson, residents. Unless the taxes I day in every Y Qr.
: t ll"warJ.lh ( tngs.Mniket ffjnai : i by I. of the owners of his invention.and would recommend and r
thereon costs are paid before the day of,sale THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
fl'.wIin1 OF THEART
/ f/rjf, Liquor and EtfreiJimeiiltt IIY !: Ala, H10 acres! belonging supposed tu be1 it to Contractor, Companies or Individuals r,, -.
or Also 3JO acres of land (the same being a part
f. Kridier. C'y 1J0t l. 1
Ion to John P Wlliams returned B A Put who are about doing work of the following description -
I :; by of'a Grant of 12,000 acres made by the Spanish When so ,select
FJfililJoH,':.: Retailer: ofJ. cjI1OTS, H..rrt'b1I1nfnt*, viz requestet works of Art,without chargeor
nam. government to Eusebio Maria Gomez on the 15th
I I &c..j,':Charlotte j trert, opposite Uridicr UOlin.gIU J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c. Extensive... drainage of Swamps, Marshes and tugar July 1818) situated in said county of St. Lucia Ian FREE GALLERY compensation, 210 CHESNUT, from their STREET

1 ) j : : Jan JUt, 1652. I Plantations. Island Ivinz between: Gilberts Bar and Jupiter vor those' ,
't Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, I I l persona in the country. who may live remote
TAm: Bar and known as Jupiter Island 80 acres lying -:
OfFIOF. I except ( Galleries! ,
(t- S : Tax Collectors Sale. Opening! Channel way and removing Bars at the or public exhibition of the
the side
west of Narrows belonging to
on Jupiter
f Office of tie 1'icolatu Mail: Stage. UriJier's City! RT > Y virtue wf the pow vested in me by law, I mouth of Rivers and Harbors. the Eatate of F. M.K.iUorrisnnlate deceased or so Fine Arts. .

:, ..,1I'tel. I s ; I II IEJ> shall expose for sale before the Court House Making.Canals through Swamps, marshy or sandy much there of as will pay the State and County taxes .

I 1 1 door at .Mellonville on the first Monday of July next ground. Assessed theon for the 1849 1850 and 1851, Subscriptions of membership, $3, alibi be Made, '
i CHURCHES.$ I IJ.lJli aronnd Wharves and years as early as practicable so as to entitl of
t.thotic hc following described tract of laud or so much Deepening water unless the taxes thereon and paid before the members .
.. Church] Northside Moncmen t thereof channel through Lakes and Riv- costs early numbers of the -Reporter;* whic will be for
will pay the taxes due thereon the Stateof Keeping open way day of sale. C. L. BRAYTON SheriffEx. Offi. *
Iqaie.: I'I j i iEj i- Florida. and ,County Orange for the year lE51, vets; removing Rafts or sunken Log, tearing upRoots Tax Assessor.and Collector. warded the upon the receipt of the money to any partof
>iaeaj>al. TAvirA. South side I Monument square country. .-
; j to wit *. of Trees, etc. St. Lucia Co. Florida.. l
rtyitrtf TtWrrtfA. On' St; .Ucorge 'streer i I 6359 acres assessed to Thomas Filch being in To persons desirous of improving waste Lands bv Jan 31, 18 2.. The Honorary Bt retariesm give receipts foe .
'Kouih; + 'thei qure. < section' 36, SVand: 42. Townships 14 and 15 drainage this machin can be be recommended as the subscriptions remittances mar be made to

Mtthoditt Ki'ittofuil Chureh. St. George aneet.1 I range<< 35. J. SIMPSON: : Sheriffandjan3,18i2. only! one adapted aU the purpose necessaryTo S Tax Collectors Male. GEORGE W. DEWEY 'f

near the Magnolia HouteTKRMS < S ,S 'fu'Collector, those who are building or repairing Canals or .BY: : virtue of the power vested in me by Law Corresponding sicnlury.

: OF COURTT: EASTERN CIRcblTi drains it, will be found immense value, as it will i I shall expose for sale before the Coon House 210 Chesnut Street Philadelphia.

TO .- .\. 1 deepen: the Canal andat the same. time form an embankment ''at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next the

', i t OF FLORIDA.. I POST OFFICE STAMPS.THCunJe or levee t following described tract of land or so much three JUST Received per brig Wator Witch,

CointU1? () orol'3nCftnJ SflllNO TERM.Ftrtlie St. Lucie' at'Mel-I Ilonvill igned. Postmaster Pleasant Grove This machine is used with either horse or ..teampOICt"r as will pay the taxes due thereon jhe State )f from New York, a full assorts

,on tli-slhirJ Tuesday in April. !, I. Co. Maryland! was the first perron in which can be Increased to any extert.They .Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851 merit of Groceriea.Provtsiona and Shelf Good,

Putnam'nt' rilll.a) C'Cond the U. S. who conceived and undertook extensively are now in successful operation in all parts. of to wit : S 'S Buckwheat, Stewart' Syrup, CranberrieMPpies.
ForthMiLty !;
tli in ApiiL Twesj j. to publish the idea. of upplyhg all post offices with :he county,and may be seen at Charleston: South Car- 300 acres of land assessed to Bernardo Segui! Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage Chew
jy For illvo.a.). of lation.at jOcala I fourth :Monday | cheap 'ttant}'!'. All stamp made by him are war olinia; Nriw Yard, Pensocola; and on the Canal between being in section 44. township 15, range. 33,coat 1 Butter, Lard, Pickles Preserves, Cracker

of April. \ I; ranted equal or superior to any other that can be Galveston: and San Louis. and east on Hallifax River. Hams, Bacon,Pork,..Beans &c.
:; j' procured at the same price and whenever any are By application to J, S. SECOR, Esq., our Agenat : J. SIMPSON, Sherift'aDd Tax Collector, o. c. Dec. '* B
c for the "unticof Alaehua and Levy, at New- I sent' out in any way defective or unsatisfactorydu Mobile for the States'of Alabama and Florida Jan 3. 1852 E. CARR'F .

II, 1nil! < fust Monday in May. ,!i plicate shall be' forwarded, on notice, withoutIturge. drawing of the machine can be seen, with information h Supplies. -
'.fur the Coukty of, Columbia, at Albpator, on then All who order of the cost,etc received .
.d of a set IUunp.1TS cnjuto- as to Tax Collector? Sak.By JUST per schr. Mary Ann from
n MonJay I.
May. roR PATES, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty pieces-, July 12th 1851 : virtue of the power vested in me by law I the folloroing articles tfc:
Furtlit.eounorr1asssu.: Nassau C. !
Wedno, SiybrfvK the fourth at;Monday in May.1I.o'' the 1 shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. GILBERT SECORNew York > expose for sale before the Court float Crackers, Butter, Lard, Hams Bacon,Clime f

"'Pltht' countyoT Duval. at Jacksonville, on the Address POt .Master, Plcasnt Grove Allegheny Tootb Powder &c. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next: Potatoes Onions, Teas, Sugars, Flour, Rice I

'fourth Moiuiiiy t May. I Co. !Id.NOTICE. D Cleveland Tooth Powder English the following described tracts of land or so much, Coffee Beans, Spices Soap Broom, hay.

; Fur the Counly' of S?t. Join's, at St. Augustine S Toothbrushes. Cologne Water French Soap, thereof. will pay the taxes doe'thereon the State Corn Oats, Brand, Porter, Ale, Braody.

onlhf second Mt Bilayin Juno. S is hereby given that, I will, four Camphor! Soap Honey Soap. assorted Perfumes, of Florida and County of Orange to wit: ,Wine Oranges, Lemons, Cocoanuts, Almonds '

1 ", FAtt ,.u M. ; I from this date apply! to the Judge of r Philieome Oil, Bears Oil. toilet Powder,fine Sponge, Nine Tenths of 41,000 acres of land granted to Raisins Tamarinds. &c. B.
Fortheronntir* Oranjjeand! St. Lucie Tuesday Probate of St. Johns County for authority to sell I Iso Hair Dye, /fcse Water Military Shaving Soap, Joseph Delespin opposite Horrats Island, Indian E.GARR'I' .

Kifoietlu1 first .1!ndav of November. t much of the real Fstate of Domingo Usina late Straps, Brushes, Roger's Perfumary, Jockey CIcbb, River doubled taxed from the year 1845 to and i including -: FOil KEY WEST. I J Jit

I S Forth fouiity 0.l'uh1lUn.. at, Pilatka the recondht'jft'rv of said County. ctaRd.: as will be sufficient to &.c. Also, m assortment of Roger's & Wortenhomt 1851 Sch. ALPHINE. Capt Gomez, vilii) .

'l'i'tNLtr' jihei\ fiul:..'Ioutlay of November.]I IFr pay the, remaining deh.t3of aid Cetat*.*. Cutlery Fancy note and Bath letter Prper, 'Uolew taxes and expenses are paid before day elrale. t !hare immediate despatch. Applr to

*h't' "iuu (;' t. Jt'II11.111, \ the! ftis :MondayI ANTONIA HITCHCOCK. at retail by B E CARR. J. SIMPSON 'Sheriff and B. E. CARR. !

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