The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 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: UF00048575:00078

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!1 1. -i T4iE -ANCIENT CITY I' I r .
'' of disciples to Chisthnitv! is about !
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tea 11& rt/iiii-nTD, wSEsfirSATURDAY I told. her,that her ma/blu"" brow ThcOritiMi Parliament<< formally opened Boa o of whom becameconvcrlr.. nt .

-V' Y''' Oer which her'nu burn Jocks were straying, b}' tbe.Queon in person, on the 3d mst,.when:: Leone. The mass ot the natives: adhere to !

n'r 'J{ V.ES1', .ei't MANY UCY, Where VVns like n drift of porrsllsnow; shedelivured .the' fuIlCJ.winr..spcech: ...' J superstition*,.but the existancc and- n : "[
I ...T1nrO P9I4A&S fit JUKXJJI, IX ADTAHCL golden onset 'jrnrslnro:. 'pt la")'ing:: :, My LOGDS AND GEHTI.UIEX: The period! has of CbrilitilO ,teachers i is exciting much j
O t.vJ'dflum, nccordfiigto Usage,1 clin'L i I lltion in the interior., The of Abcc>
tin ADrrtr"fisr:3tsxxa will 4 IiuerteJ roM' 'her II' wall ,
; >f it Ollr' l. '"I her 'I'10 orci ; my '
otofyourmhieeiaru nsustance in the Island in constant terror of Lila 'p )
6f .JI Bates r 1h1.lor. t oral W"U.. ."Irnnaq. th0brihtes. .., q ,sphere. qf heaven. ; and. adoption of'mc ..urc.yhch' preparation (1t, Logos, n.s the latter are devoted, to.aha. '

.jfcMnoo7iI : 'W1Iw., f,J t} .uiic- all r loft }saig'stinl f I
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-' ., : a lotwfi be. polite lo'r aos -, -*" 'SI'' 'fuHi' ieTKtc4 | '' P m. la n tr i1' eanust' ern iT.mlm.jW: : .Ih, allJfc ii rb( ODS. 2 tiu'eo n. t : :

kr ,4.lqr dmgatl+,. J told her stint herjipsdijj, 8et'm foreign: powers.. The complicated rvfrttrd'u ll (pryhibitiug ..kidnapping: uti'der1 the
tQ\ usdrertllewegsa most be paid for before Like cljerrie ripe} wjtb'rletp! thorn the Uuc hic's of ofliolstefn and Bchle.\vit havc!r penalty; but the l chiefs' are not a bit*'to :
with teeth( / continued to engage my*attention. ,.., it '. fulfantl'1' ncv6r will be, while Jx>
like of :
1iaotfdoD. Iea'btpn'regolat customer. 4t By rrfrr ynwi* penrl, between-' I
And-ihat' shed' every reason toexpccl.tb-st the Ireaty under the influence' of the Portuguese
her breath
.. \dour terms, thfrtequWt MW be a r.alD4"lJa.r fragrance on hem. between i
tiag Germany and D 'mnarif, which wt a Brazil io.w,-Cobnisalion{ Herald.VENTRlToQUISif..
& transmitted.with ,the advertisement. I swore no summer cloud could vie, cane trcd at Berlin in the year before lust t. '

tj" AdrerfisemCfpts not marked who: *,the narn- In snowy whiteness with her bosom, within a shurt timu will b .: fully und complete .

4 er or insertions required, w..ut.be. continued until And that her cheek had l stolen! thrjr: 'dye,. 'ly executed. I regret that tho war which broke It was on a fine afternoon .in autumn,

t.tbld sod ci.rgeJ "four. I ,' /' From wild rose noel| mpgnolia blossom. uu t on the (eastern frontier oUhsCupeof.Gonl a Inrec crowd,
Jlt4te to Debtors.and Creditors :< $7 00 I YIJ\\'cllbn\ unto her fttono Hope I otJ cne, more, 'with th.tiHayear. sincere n.'tiiit'.ction ago,; till continues., the franquility children, Hero soon, advancing retired through !
principal street of
A dttG"roLet of Administration," & 00rt.yrjctlJi Mv burm'nz heart had \jwonjhip given : which! ha< prevailed throughout the in England. In the hopefield midst, u of 'tln-m i

: : ., 'fa**q Qccs*' will |>c Inserted grotulAUViU Thnt'should she on homage. frown; greater part of Ireland, and'tnuch -groi that bllck bear, which walked 'j
. tDuff.,...., -' TVould then to dark I despair i /. be driven. I have to inform you liiitt cerium p ar:$ of tae! long, conducted by his keeper. T'te'
.for Job. Printing, be counties>> of '\mJ gli Donegal and Liuth, have; wore a drab urtout, large tnouh to .
U.; moat paid on And then I gazed upon!: her!form, been marked the.commtxsion lun of !
by of i
tie detiveryotdw'worh.: And pressed her. small | soft; hand with fervor, lie[ most sorious description. The outrages of I two persons of his dimensions ,within its .
f'AU'Ietteri' 'on boalnra,and.communications, And naked hci if, 'mid calm or storm- Ihet existing laws have been powers a wuiicnal much too short, divorced ( I
.aue m rafc receive ittDlion.I I She would, be mine unp mine forever ? fur p.rornptly'.cxeculed his pantaloon, which gave evidence of
-- ,.- 10 Mo detection ot the offenders: and for there devotion, 'n.s the knees were worn thread'

'dltin mnkiii And then I wore. I'd krcp ;my vows ;Cession of a system of crime semi violence! boils, uliich only lacked the 8010$, ned n
.; ; cb1 ? pro-"lIIion As true ns rule, or total! tu the' best interest of the country. My with time widowed of its
.Mftt ; square\ or plummet ; } grown gray
of Iho t
he of at
cxpcinc ity But ho cod her Inun will -bo directed to that: itn'. ort m', A with famished I
lift ,% -llno for I ho-year 1S53.gtftirdgixed -!' pi linger fin her n f<', ,,01'Jtct. young boy, look, iinrched I
if tie Meyer end Aldermen offlfCWy And told.me thul-- 'JcpiuUiiV. come it .'" GCXTLEMCJ /ro'it. blowing on a flageolet, tin! thuml>>
OFTHB IIoDSE (: 1 hn
I lambourin"! .
a '
./ StASttsti>", in Council Aisemlled, ordered
thu estimate of the expenses of the Arrived in front of "The ,Red Lion'"
Tilt lor the purpose raisin J roppliri.fur the fear ,
UNEXPECTED A NARROW :current year I in be laid before,, you. I rely in the '
,fe chMtnad.iC1n. bunjred and lifty.two. this fwlwttf only tavern tjll.ig, the bear 1'
K3CAPB.:; : with con3Jer.cc: oa your loyalty und z' ,al tomake '
). Taxrf thaU be aascwed, levied and collec- stopped, forming u circle round
ttoi&kaU"o.say ; '. YeMcrdiiy! nn accident occurred at the non ,'-' deq tate provisions for the public service ordered bruin to stand up. After '
resiJcnts I' Ar enal, which mgt hrIwclI intended! ing stick above ihj! h'-ndofthe animal : !
On evtry.able! bodied slave belonging to .
i with nvvful consequenrc-s.! It 1 U inv-riabl the [AguinaJd'ressing.the lords Her :
Majesty .
rritkia .ii : ill between the afca ofw!fifteen onJ ) commenced cJilnr.iulVllb him; rh :; :
elf"ftfive year, Tutite? acid a half c nt,. case on the receipt of ijcw guns from contractors relcrred to the improvements contemplated to right nnd left, and throwing himself into .
On errrf blav belonging (9 a nonre.ident of this I to ten them tiy nn 'extr.charJe of powder be made in the administration .of justice in most ludicrous attitudes! which bruin
rats fur.i ire or aervct", Ten Dollar varyin,tnrronliniSto the size of the ;fun ,the various departments, billi''! in relation ted in a style truly picteresqur. Ilmay I
.- Oil every al'hjJivd Free person of color* .mnlebtrtwreu and description ofordriance.! / In compliance !hereto having been directed to be prepared. conceived that the inhibit.mts of

.r female the ages of fifteen and fiity-tive i with this regulation, n detachment of gunners The act of 18 13, for suspending the operation were delighted! and! the crowd lauhed \ :
jrnrsOacverf Tiro DJllar. of the Ill>>,-nl Artillery attended at the proof ifn previous act conferring representative good will and loudly.A.vcntril'.qncst :

."'.. wfitfc! pleasure. carriage, drawn by I butt, in the Roy til Arucn.il, nnd under the usual uslilutions on Now Zealand', will expire earlyn of Joyous mood, who h
Me h.n> Oat Dollar \ cup';riiiciidence 'lorded four. 53 pounder the next year. Ilor'Mijosty expresses her- pen,!-d tube ut "'1'/10 Red Llo: i." beheld |
Oa everytfoor wheel Carriage drawn by one horse,.. |guns, lyin on the ground at u short distance! .clr'hal'PJ" to beliovetliat there is nu necessity: a \vmdow this ludicrous scene. Arrived'

T9,Dollar ,, I IOn j I from the butt, with a charge of 28 Ibs of puw br its lenewal. and llatno obstacle any long. morning at HoplMd, ho had already .
eve y four wheel carnage drawn by two hors j tier to each, nnd, alter ;the, wadding, added! n ir i'\\\:la t t'o the eiijoment of representative u jut estimate tho ignorance and ( "
Loa:tPIJ.l' JtlZ14rp t SGpoundersotid'suut'' t(, ench. '('110 time BOlecicd nsiitution by New Zculands,
ty of its inhabitants and tho idl'., oc. !
Oa t'ftrylaor.C''kC'1't fur lure and oilier horses not
j! for pru\'lnsrJulIs..Is always 12: o'clock "It gi\cs mo great s.1tlsfaclonbho: said to
to him to mute himself n little at their
( lulmr CtttU,
Lift principally; JFtflt (at noon precisely whon'the, whole of the! workmen lie able to !state to you thai the large reductions lo left the window and l joined

i C't awK'nW ,,z, For every License in the arsenal hard lift their work,_to pro 6f taxes which have taken place uflatt: yu'afi, crowd pense. of spectators, nnd availing : ;:

,y:h4 ax Ca-D Dl J hd.t"Un..er"J'hO'P in i r ::1ftOttbccn. M4qlau'dltlt.j; "'tIttw._ ttvmameuturtr-cesintbm'!Jf : hft'sh uU ( ( !
it1 fFTJcnp1T i. ten see
,'I rp0 the guns H verycaref-}Il' condueted.'pTr* fires dnriinuriou oMho natimiuUncome.: Tnd revenue und, noisy tambourine he heapproauh i '
drt'tD"of l raw
fttr !Strcballdlft ornnyother prcperty from!I''calculated to burn fouriur (five nil!lUIt:!* b-'Jnjf I oftho past 'C.Lt' ''ia< been fully adequ,no tohe sliow-rniti. .

(a?rtaec.-to Another wJtLIn this city at the<< rntc of supported bv clay overjtho s!, vent of etch gun, demands of Iho public service, white the red .Vcur loir ,can do'iltlcss; "Fp :\k '7' said
$Dolart annum. per j I ample time to retire tljree or four hundred relief and comfort of my sulj- cts." Tno sliow-mnn looked at him cunnin I ; i !
t 3. Beitfurtler ordained, Tlmt wctlnns, two, yards before the firing'takes On thu '.1 with ihuikfuiness to AIry1i"hU' l
place. acknowledge, shoulders
und answered
shrugged his rou
three, four, m, tevt-nand eight, of the Or financemktngprovision :
: and for I arrangements being lor tiring with the God", that tranquility, good order and ly. .
tbt'fspcncc", paying
,four fid poundurs, mute gunsvliDSf port willing obedience continue to prevail generally: to and will
thKdvbu the City of it.! Auputine, pulsed! the ] II Speak h'tnyoursolf you :
third day of Mnrch 1 43, and also section two i tiro,.had t '' cl"nrgu .bulute the throughout the country. It appears to mo I soon find out."
three,*and f4ur of the Onlinanre making provisionsf9rihe i o'horll, burst in'iho net of flring, and mime ol 1 that this U lilting time for calmly considering: This was just the reply that tho !

expa set or the City <>f St. Augustine pasted .the pieces sirucK Ono f the other guns then,1 whatever may: bo advisable, ami tomakcfcuch quist c.xpectfd. !le approached( bruin, ;:
lh*sixth'day of January 1851 and all other ordinances turned it right round, tl muzzle being!L amendments in UK;,,act of the late reign, relating ussuinin' a' ano"t c-owc.l II, expression, hu I ( !
anil jnrtsof orJinonct. that can be ap instead of nearly duo cast: towards the ; to the representation of tho Commons oi to the bcar: in a droll tone of voice : !
plied'in ail of d.t'pruTwOIY i>f this Ordinance- due! welt in the direct ioi| ot the town mound'1 Parliament, as may Lo calculated to carry into 'Allow mo o compliment you, Mr.

cppt.uch t' may tlf incontislrnt with thin b'* and wich, and in an instant ulterward. : the 66 poun I more complete effect the principles upon rem are us graceful' as un operadancer.What : :
he same are hereby declared to be in fut force. der shot was'fired, proceeding alnlromenfous I which the law is founded. I have the fullest country claims the honor (if )' !

I'aewd ia Council, Decemb. 6, 1851. velocity j'iven b)' iruf gteal charge of powder confidence that,in *uchcon>ideration, you u ill birth r. '
.,' GEO. L. PUILLlfis, Mayor. over the houses in Ihe 1 Ono of High street nnd firmly adhere to the acknowledged principles A voice which scorned to Issue from .R'a I

A" eat. only ut u very little elevation ubove, starting of the Constitution, by which prerogative of grisly j-iw of the bear, replied ;
't, J.\S., It. AGER. Clerk of the: Cou ucil. and causing the horses] returning from their the crown, the authority of both houses of The yllps-in Switzerland. I ;

Ordluaitco' au uddilloii to an work nl the dockyard! }o rear und refuse to 'arliamnnl>> and the rights nnd liberties>> ot We will not attempt to do-cribo the am :

... rdluaiico rvlatiug lo tlio Po- proceed and astonishing the num!.',. ui work. the people, arc equally secured." ment of the crowd ; every Otto wits .
I coif tbo P, ittrdained lie 'tbe Mayer and Aldermen of sound.-The shot passed on & little, to the THE AFRICAN CITY OF ABKOKUTA. r.rnazomcnt of the showmanYuulJ have ,
south of the tall chimney at Iho sawmills and of this have feted admirable for the l
tli City of St. Attgmtixt' Th t If any person or Notices place recently appeared an subject pemic ;
persona rijatl commit or cause to be committed raid struck that. chimney of ihe residence, of Mr. for the first time, in our missionary journals; Hogarth, surrounded ,by all those laces : ;
or be concerned in committing any trerpaM ups Mucdonaldf mas'.cr attendant ht.Woolwich's aid as it i h quite nuknownto most persons, which consternation was r.o *>tron Jy ; '
on any lot, garden, grove or plantation within the dockyard arid a few jfrrrJs further knockei I the following, facts,which hnvo cost considera ted. His black, lustrous eyes bC-ined, : !
'Ciiy,tifSt. ABJUSUOP, or upon any fruit tree, shrub down the back, drawing-room chimney ot Mr. ju rescurcn, may be useful to our readers.ibcnkuta ing from their sockets ; ho. stretched ",i
brfr. plant vine or veg table growing in any \IUraeanlhe. store'recoi er's residence, at the ./ stands on tho Ogee river, latitude his toothless in mlh, nud remained ngiiaat !
I'II JOI.'I"JdrnIroYe or plantsttoa,or shall be con Mime time knocking down a l large portion of 70C 8 north it is the capital oftho Yariba muliunh: 8,UJ if his feet hud taken? root

ce'rcrdia dr.lfO'JD't or carrying away any fruit, 4be. parapet of the building( !scalicrring the .untry, 1 h ing contiguous on the eastward to hu stood- I :
vege uU vulue growing therein: such brick in all dirrctiuns,!and ultlmetcl1lell on Dahomey, and about 140 miles eastward! of, The ventriloquest 'turned 'toward him !
prrsojiT rimons, (iffree) shall, oa conviction for tho roof of detached part of the haute where Uberia: in i.carly the same IlttJtude.-'Abeoku. said : :

dollars rut ('oflence ant! she,be subject to a fine not exceeding ten the shot wus found. Hud than shot gone fn n. is 60 miles from BIlriJ'r! and nbcut the 'Your bear speaks very good: English, ;
and if ,
< coats oTprosecution : a lave yards further nnd the distance B.MI- has little remains of the lleIvt'tie '
he'or! .hl!,bill! be liable! to whipping not exceeding where. it fell 'am distance from Labo.i,in the flight ot !
tree ttrjpes, Iud lire like costs : And In every caRClfuftnctlou from the place where jit was fired is 'fully a In, where Clapprton and both the Landers Then turning again to bruin, he ;. !
'Ihe "'ffVnJer shall stand committed mile and a half It would have fallen on a dense landed on their exploring expeditions to the in a kind tone.
unariirfite 'or natty and all costs .thall hove crowd of dockyard workmen ct ihttt moment river Niger. The inhabitants of tho kingdom You !luck sad. arc you not well 7
been satUled and paid: Leaving the yard :or dilin r. Mr. Budd,one ot arc called Vombas. The city of Abeokuta is 'The fogs of Engh lid have given me : : >> 1

-Ms.ilfiriker ordained,That It shall not le lawful the inspectors ut the dockyard police had a about eleven miles in circuit, and contains, spleen,' replied tho animal.Here ..-- :
for any merchcut or s1Eap-keeper or other person narrow escape from being injured by oho ofiho according to some authors, 50,000 inhubi: nts. the affrighted crowd began to
to&rrp ppena s'ore.or dispose or any goodschat- pieces of scattered bricks, as it entered Others give it 75,000. bout 3003 ot ihe off.
tels,3rareaor! : tnerdiandise on the Sabbath day, or the open door of a 'greenhouse* he bad on the inhabitants are natives of this region who had 'Is! it a long lime since you belonged '

barter or Hell the araeshall on conviction be find topof his house, and broke off a piece of a been carried off as slaves, were recaptured,, this" master / : ; : ;
". iOfjdiesnm of ten dollars for every tuch offence, to- shelf by the great fan with which it struck ; and sent to Sierra Leone, who re, after n few Quiln long enough for inn lo hn ; '

gather *with: the!ostr of prosecuting, the -eame. Mr. Bud had not l left the :Jfy H furtheroracifita,That itshall' not b.lawMfor j> foot when the brick cetera). The catcre4| with them a valuable'amount ol' knowledge 'Is he not kind to you, bruin 7"
any .person by).1m el( servaot cr agent, to give bricks ascended nnd'bnke numerous chimney I pad civilization.: .The marke*. is daily *up* lOb, yes.-:as' kind 'us the hammer. to .

1le1l'Ofairter,to any slave or wi slave'bout, Any jfjnous, pots on ihe tops of the :adjoining house; and pjicd with all the necessaries; of life; and-'an I anvilViII \ ,
fpiriioua or intoxicating liquors an
express is carried with the interior,, not eek revenge some ,diry
lictnccftawriting from the having tare con several! windows in lho lower part of th s active on you ;
tab of aid date Of 'Vlavrt,person under the penalty of I'I dwelling, nnd the inshio of Mr. Morgan'* residotico though attended with great risk cf propert r 'Assuredly. Onu 'If th':.o inornmgH t'

R .*I1t! ,dollars for eaeh and every ofTence, with the |I 1l was covered with soot nnd pounded l and life. Kidnapping is very common and heat him like n radith,for mv .breukl.lst.: t : ;,
L'OIta'aDd the Informer shall be entitled to the one I I bricks which came do",n the chimney. The t the citizens aro continually in danger ol f At thete words the crowd whose
Jmtf of..ald penalty: and if 'the person or persons I spot was visited by hundreds during the after* :being eeiz'-d: and:sold by t'ieir'moru! warlike had urged them in spice of their tears, ;
H offending shall be a licensed chop keeper, his or I|I noon, nil congratulating each othei' that noi neighbors. silly fcllbark'on the other, 'and! great
4BeJr>eaid license: '..ban be revoked. !i Personal Injury had been sustained by the ac. [ The chief of Abeokuta seems to possess; tho confusion that ensued. .'ne bhow-
intd Ho is the who first had beard enough and forcibly drew
r..t'iA C.aneil,May flGlb, 1851 cideht. London paper, Zd inst. man attempted :
** '. to imitate our mode of building houses. chain of iho ar.iii'Ul to enforce his
I'E.. B. GOULDMayor. '
Atsiir fI' J [ His doors will admit a person to enter erect,, the wearied bear Jru\\J( f fully. :

CCA8. IMAGER Clerk of the Council. "Experience says olcr.dltri. like the: he has windows, and rooms floored with board s Tho .ventrilnquent.. perfectly satiflrd :
I, *trrnlighta of a ship, revealing dangers :only, and paint on his house. His example nnd I thi..exptrimclIl. turned suddenly 'ab ti' !

NOTICE.<<:: i after we have passed through them, oral shining '. influence will doubtless be felt for good by r hurried toward the tavern.. THIS '
lit IJ.f.REBY' GIVEN, to aU Creditors, Heirs, on bar und breaker* after we ,have I his people..They are already greatly ahead ol t still more: the fears of the spectators, end. : >>
;'teem O t..1n&t'.ttd In the Estate or1Jf become imperilled among them." the tribes around Sierra LeOne' intelligence e one took to his heels, as If tho bear \,
pq,Kloooe rote' or de. Johns County deceased, I. und civilization. Arrangements were in pro. pursuit of him. The venlriloqueM' bavin !
fWotftWexpiration of six Months from the date establish"' rived the ion, laughed heartily to see :
Sentimental ymwg f I ladies: now use chloroform gress nt our last advice to n model l I I nt :
*tteof+ ,*!>will tppW 16 the Court'of Probates for the when the1 mnrrioge ceremony is been t! farm."Threo black clergymen of thc-churc h I simplu villagers. flying in cveiy .r

- Count' cf St. Johns aforesaid, for i final settlementkr'm I performed, n white handkerchief saturated! of England ore settled here, nnmely. I).. II.,. wtLilp the imperturtiablo bruin rear iiiyrd
iel: .with tai.l. .Estate, and, a.dischar;||asMnaitrator chloroform, nnd applied to the mouth'sIMe. Trotter, S. Crowlhcr'and' !Jr. Townscnd. all t etly sailed on his hind le tIi, seeming: 'to'
M "' I i' the "dcir crerhar' into the bltssfu I .well educated men. There is alsan MothndUl t t teuaPlate'witli philosophic>> unconcern, the ? \ !
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station and iniwonary! here. The nuirjber 'rors he hid :
delicious !
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THE "ANCIENT CITY; I j-- Correction. of tho Ira ffi ." them, "hereby, I "Well I want to sire it pass.H I all questions -no cost will bo spared, to quench toe fire
.. i' Our attention ban been directed to an error ion ol Can-j t we have so tdorio'ts y lighted up ; and whets
, ... .. in our Table of Terms of Court's.-The Table "I don't believe it can be cafe : ; or np- (debt they have scored against u.4, and now ,\
should read. city. A large body of men regard : Baltimore Nai i relentlessly they will enforce it, if it be ever '
rage upon the rights! of the saM State in their power. .
.. For the Counties of Orange and St. Lucle who hold or have sent out I to the ra I am sure you have been .hx observant of
at the Court"HOUJO at Mellonville Orange Co. fixed by said passing event, to hive overlooked the
EQUALITY Or FEDERAL TO ALL BIGHTS WHO OFFOSE AID DETEEMISECBC3ISTAKCE THEM. on the first Tuesday: of April and on the bird liquors which will have to be tiel ; now derful improvements in .fire orrn from recent tho>

'. ..,. -... Tuesday before the 1st MOD lay of November; bill should pass. Unless the y from .say musket to the heaviest artillery. The Pros-
:. AUGUSTINE, MARCH 13th 1853.The : said I cure them against such ; thereof to sian needle-gun was. the first step, and since -
t and for Putnam, County at Pnlatka in ,
i the cost of the liquors the law ; auto I I, Much has been tho aid of science that by the ,
County on the third Tuesday April and. on '* a1d said nonutten- most simple means, the range of's musket,-
.: Atlantic & Gulf Central. Bail the last Tuesday before the first Monday in act of flagrant injustice. n rifle ball is twice or three times that it for.
:' "The Steamship Philadelphia proceedings merly commanded Twelve hundred!
[toad Co- November. i yards
; leans came up the Bay like a by; the signa are now commanded, instead of three haa
: Wo take this opportunity of explainingwhat New York 'Correi&poudouce. they quarantined her at Staten r be pre dred, Ihe former limit--and thai by the most .

might fcccm to bo an error in our re- NEW Yoa FEB. 25th, 1853.! she had of small on ., fur tho simple means. Take your own rifle and try
n case
:; pox to said the .
marks relative 10 me power of inu ouaru ,Ofr' Grod morning "It is quite spring like "She in bad condition, experiment.
was I. Dt1U614 barrelled RijU 0u6 **.-'n"> .....
!tr Internal Improvement to take 2-5tbs of the tut dill you (ever know it was so mudddy !" the dry dock, at the foot of ninth Eqr. hundred and fifty of these carbines have a
., Stock of tho fload. I"Ao, never. It is horrible walking !** overhauled and repaired." ( to tho M"di been shipped in the Birkenhead steam troop a'

pot- .'Did you ,hear Webster, betor the historical .'111 is a most miserable ; 1 in response to ship tor conveyance to tho cape of Good
; tion which provides two fifths of Ihe stock last' Monday t" at considerable Hope. They are for the use of the 13th Laaccrs. ..
Society, don't have Steamers
( they more j pertinent lan The bulls used in them are of the
I being taken by tho Stole, and then as we "No it was exclusivo audience, I am not leans line. There is now only attempt of tli ical description, found so effectual at long coo.e

showed only for lateral branches, or plank: 'a member and no tickets were sold, unless Steamer per month." resuscitate and ranges br 31 r. Lancaster, doing great execution .

roads. 4 .' tub-rnrQ" "How do you ship your tn the coming at 600 or 800. and in many instances 1000

.' The 3d Section however, has tho following "There are, I believe, about 800 members> by sailing'vessels to the earn of humbug; yards range. The: result of Ihe recent trials: -
provision in it which is so obscure ns to leave and addition to his own each was nnizttion of the of small arms gives reason to. expect IMt.1. ,
in pass who havo on office in N. by their apa comnlcte change in the arms ot tho British
f little foundation for any proper understand-- allowed| ono ticket. This would make a tolerably on such shipments merely tho was from the soldier will shortly tike place ; nnd it it

t ing of Us meaning. .After: providing that the :large audience forwarding charges.MVfacrtfcjhe ." coJld expect! contemplated! to have rifle cannou made*.:;

Stock ahtill. be throe millions, and that boo g "1 tfasjold Jh1Lt thq,AjitorJIouscprice ''gPfr : Winlfc&L Scott I rjzhts ana rend.y: jferjpxpejunent sjuring the ftf entj ra -
shall be m' I three riorlliern I nom beaulifufseif-nctiqg machinery ha
opened for the sulJscriptTonoTt Yinlf'T
ass ofTrredior tickets. vrs Messrs.. Davis Brooks & 1 slave' law and I been invented for ,crony,"* tbe CAnnon Irftw* .
1 .lions of tho stock and no more, it goes on to "1JI1\C you read the address, as reported' her round to tbo Pacific aide of II at the South, most Dcrfrct manners It !is expected that with ,:

provide ns follows: "Yes, t most of !il, In the Times. I had expected I roule, to connect with their new I the "'hll.pnr-! rifle cannon, and conical shaped shot, this ;

"And when the said sum of Two millions of ill would be (ns was stated in some of ted Stales on this ,icV'th !('." '-Tobrpw in dead artillery will attain a grant range, far: ,

&dollars; shall have been subscribed to the cape the papers) a history of Washington's political "\ two such noble both "died: exceeding what can bo obtained from snail! ,
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Hint tho true arm r .
. ital stock of said Company, or so much there lire, but it is.a wrtof on essay upon historical have the favourite line" rights and real It behooves us to keep pare with the Improve I

r I of as may: be necessary to complete ail Railroad writing, in general, noel the ancient "I think it infinitely a constitution mints of the day and he lung range will deter.l .

.'r, on the part of tho indivi! subscribers! ] \in particular with a critique upon the com- er. Messrs. Davis Brooks & "the democratic m o i mure strug lex.I : .

then the Board of Internal Improvement for rnritiveof' Herodotus, Tuucydides; and other Benvcr St. you know. It is a organization nm afrnM you arc making! fool Kossuth 1
tho Slate shall subscribe or Although he is a most extraordinary man. anti
tho remaining cmo prominent historians of that age. of tho good old.school !,-is contem he and his country have my most cordial corn-
; million of dollars or a sum equal to one-third Yen.. il is n capital thing."* where word is as goqd as their the design is, he mis+erntinn, yet I do not think it OUt policy to

of thoamouut which shall bavd been subscribed 'Not, political capital, eh 1" "Oh no !" "I see nothing now in tho ) those falso become involved in European troubles**I Inn;

by individual stockholders" 'I have nn impression that it was en early appears to be meeting, with a : settler: dissert- as we can avoid il with safety. Self preservation I

j This seems provide for a subscription of production of Mr. Webster', though never before They say ho shook the hands small quudi however may compel us, at no distant
y be found ap day to take the initiative. It should not be
ono million in case individuals shall subscribe, used. ""'hat makes you think so tIt in ono hour yestsrday. of tho South: lowaver on an abstract question but upon avert, J i

I Fi! the two million! ,or if tho road be estimated to I I i Well it don't soundlike Mr. Webber of thepresent. as a par- ccts-nnr mint we deity too long Iho manifestation ,

cost loss thnn three millions, say to cost but j : I think it was written when ho hnd DEMOCRATIC rely, for its of our decided intention. No chance of '

two millions, then tho Stato would! subscribe I i moro 1 lonurc ; say 40 years ago. It was nn e- COj\V.H'TIU. ) in the Coun party can possibly alter them. It UQ publictecliu 11
I I in a just v 'n- his one uf
( selAprescrvaiiori
one third of that sum which ,,would ba not laborntu written composition and the merely '' Democrats of St. Johns and -
I TilE instrument, whatever miy be the vhnde* of opinion, ill 1
two fifths but X666/ 00. In case individuals mechanical labor required upon itniusthave:, to 'be held invited the to attend a to apprehend will agree" thai s*'on or lute a stand mtttl b* ,'

should not subscribe two thirds of the estimated taken more hour than the author has hod to office party of the "Ancient at Heading City In theul/nionH 1-iKcn. The cnnti.'ct; I fear, is notdntanU

cost of the entire road, they nothing can i spare 'o( late. Of course this is merely myguc Ttburaiiay next ; for the purpose; on to think ia *u Englnnd is the advance, fotrew. He lOOn nn r.

be taken by the Board of Internal Improvement l *}, but I suspect that all tho Secretary of r'. telegites, to the State the.firr bnttery in op<:ned aaain-U her on this ,. I
: to take place! at Madison, on the to meet for momentous question, let us American* bury '
at all. : I Unto :rand to do with it was to touch it up n, A full attendance, (rem each and & Evening, nil former ammositie'nnd reiocmbor tnat wn I

In fact the charter and the whole 1 legislation i. i little' as an artist renovates a fine' old pain. u hoped for and expected. !I Room ot the nre lu fight not only tor kith and kin, but fW .1'

I connected with this subject is of the i ing." Dy order of the Dem. Exc. the only system that can give expansion to '

1J loosest character. Tho powers, duties, and "Well I don't know how that may be, butt t. Johns County. G. Chairman the march" of intellect-lo the independence uf

modes of proceeding of the Board of Internal is admirable inasmuch it is cal. I man. Yours, :
an thing, ns i l''eeiteJ[ ] : 1853. 0"" j
{Improvement are nowhere laid down And the Y culnted l to iucito the you h of America to (1|,01" PEDRO DC.IET Secretary Pro- .

ought to take'no step in. the '.natter until"further study of history, which they now abandon St. Augustine, March 6th, 1852.I D !la. FhOil SOUTH AMERICA.: r

;' : l legislation has been had. works ol fiction, and misnamed historical n fort, I I] In pursuance of the :above \ .'\N1). Correspondence of the Pennxyleanian '

;, Wo repeat! our ':011(1Vishe:, towards, the els, which ,we only calculated mislead th t.lr mocracy of' St. Johns i an shrewd American ob- BdEifas AYBES, Dec. 10, 1851. [ .

Central road and hope the views of its projectors readers, imbue them with false information i lat tbe time and place & ;; :-friend 11 in this Permit me to call!) the attention of the re* i.\

nnd friends in relation 'to a donation and vitiate: their taste fur the true records ofl'ice.i I I writer and ut den ufthe Pennsylvanian to the condit'mnof'nffrir' |r ,
at moment on the Rio do la Putt :
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<>f lands from tho Government nay be real .L inn pasi.' I i The meeting* was organized": t'Z as maters nre at this:: time rapidly battening *

: iscd. But n care opposed to any tippropria-. That is.a fact ; and no discourse could have j', of F. J. Quincy, E.q.: as Cbn-ir I 1 Jnn. 2-1, 185:1.the to n crisH. ':
'I' tion of the Interim! Improvement fund for been more, appropriate before the Society. It'' appointment{ of Charles Uan of the you Atlantic JuanianmI i Reins, tho Tyrant of Buenos k

;, titat- purpose; and- regard the' nssuminiun, in cannot."but'hnve.thowrflcct to elrvnin the objects I ry. It was then briefly-. t'd J ; # .... appear A with) MM. ,vxtnonliimry_has rxurcist-d poirvn the'powers, for of"mofcnWfiT Governor I ,

relation to the Stato subscription ns erroneous [ of that+;' Institution, and raise it from the G. Humphreys, in explanation; con mint, from eighteen yean During act this time his milt

j and incorrect. We desire lo sec,this road built omparativo! obscurity to which its 'exclusiveness of.its convening who, iq I unal' Portugal, snit word have been then supfunH law and i.
'alliance und
,, and hold the most friendly ti ws towards id and in action had depressed it." remarks ; urged upon tlie $ 'iie stale i i.s life nnd property are given and taken without

bill deem it our' duty to protest against .en). Present, the greatest American historian the necessity of united and : will corny to it. any During one this daring Hum to.he question bas taken his aubunt the: lives.- f t ;i-

unwarranted or immature action on tbo:part (the "Ferdinand:' and Isabella: )" was ns the mean,by which to \ Amerivn must some live thousand citizens in the opinion 0 r>(f I

of our State authorities. It presents a,, wide' not .present," proaching content the grounif i against the com those who hive resided i here on the spot ;an,l fl flII II

I ryid f it field for individual effort, and wo ore "No he resides in Hstl'n. lie il i a wonderful the.last Presidential Election existence.to put down The who are best qualilied lo form. a correct. opinion -

not to to-hnvo. made such researches his. such action on the suhj.xt.Tne '
averse any proper legislation on this rnnn ns ; and stated as appears to bo atrocities I

subject;: whfrh i will_ aid construction.. various histories indicate, deprived of sight a* that the signs of the times ; as in the unholy conipun' d to ihuso of of Haynau Rosa and are at but this liUfes time( t<| .

he \vns !" all portions of tho secure himself there :s no man living who hall cnmmitle.1 ,i{

t The: Florida'' Interest Claim l s. Yes ; ho employed persons to rend to him detcrminationin the Democratic ; { and if Austria far many coldbloodcilmurdun.I { and has inflicted 1'
Wo fin'1 in tho Correspondence: of tho N. the materials'. he desired to use, and ad emnn- those issues, which have of will throw so tho so many evils on his fellow man, as the i I

i! Y. Journal I of Commerce ujjdcr ditcof Feb.. uensis to write down what be thus compiledand terrupt, (to the detriment of iho the contmenUil. career present is Governor hastening of n Buenos.close. Ay res. But his 'I}

22d the following,notice of the case pending diatntcd. ests its harmony : and to For eight years past Rosas has contributed ;

befo-o ;'the Supremo Court in reference to tho It is wonderful what a man can do to over ciples, and n reunion, upon tho ; i look,>nrnblu upon to as al money and troops to Oribc who, for that pe_ ,,
: ;t Florida Interest Claim: We learn that 01 full come difficulties. pisiform of tho party. This ho i for it. With has rind had been !blockading Montevideo, aad '

; argument of the. question of Jurisdiction has "Frescott'tf custom of employing. others to as it should be. and.that it could better re of the brought province that, of city Loire lo ruin. The Gomni ,
I Urquizi,
I ooen had, ana the case submitted upon mat read for him ought to be copied by sacs people Democrats of St. Johns, to she can. Her marched .to the relies uf"lhe of AJonrevi lateiyt
city '
J point. We presume that no :final adjudication ns can afford it,and wish to save the!' eyes. lic manners-and this seemed opilatrd, it, and deo,. and, has .succed l in raising'the siege,'l]j'

|of tho case will bo had at the present Many poor girls and boys, who are good readers .I sion,on which to do it,- rontha of weakness.: part of in setting the b ..t portion uf the troop of

Term, even if thopoint. of Jurisdiction shall might; thus sustain a few shilling every meet their political brethren,or of preserving Onbo by n reinforcement to Join his army. In this he was aided.1

be ruled favorably, to tho claimants. The week." upon the proposed ground of for the amuse Oribe signed! articles of of 8000 r ziiin! troop |

(' administration are evidently unwilling to ,take -George Bancroft, the author of tho History so thinking, he had prepare;! deprived ul the 8ih of October. c pitulatioa on IM 1 t f

\1, action upon it prior to the Presidential declion. of tho United States, wus present at tho din with permission, offer for tho Instead his i I llr0aiZ1. hits nnnr or nrrw!lnimn.l' '.._!'....*.'!>* J< _
or Fir
ner." of the meeting, two or three its government of Rosa, nod on the 3d instant i 4
; use, it i i.i pe crossed the river ,
I "The argument'in the case :of the Florida **B'tncroft will never fully recover from the The resolutions' being called iJn. Instead and has taken 150 the tint miles above this P **, 1 i M
of cii
j t treaty claims, was commenced to-da)'-the injury which his regulation!? as an impartial ing l were present' d-read, and teach she effect ty of Buenos up Ayrw. The march for the .1

t. question bcin yin the first t" place, whether his tartan sustained by his tergiversation in adopted : confidence in eonsuHof 23,000 men invading qilmj Ro-1:
mostly nviuntetf.
the Court in :
; I i Supreme jurisdiction Ihe case. of their rule sas has f
j Under the Florida+aty'uf' 1819; provisionwas regard to the charter of Rhode Island 1st. Reserved, That inns much : of the about 30,000 troops to oppose him, i
i one half
t\ I made for the payment of the losses in* "He did that to accommodate Gov. Dorr." (inent and only safe policy of theirs and sinews within three miles of which are at Ius eat *,.1
of this
currcd by the inhabitants of Florida, in consequence "By the way, speaking ot Dorr, I had occasion : party Alimitation; of the which end Last evening saw city. {
of the .deral Government strict ] those troops on drilLJ
depredations .
of the United to ride down through that little narrow If call, His artillery nOd horses
the Constitution are fair hw ]
I States troops in 8IS.13.rrh Florida Territorial -opposition to no self-confi miserable. infantry 4
I place, Frankfort! St., running down hill tive jZosas in person drilled
I Courts were directed, ..by law to on- from tariff and a : another ; hence the latter oDd.did it much t'i
certain the slim due, nnd the Secretary of the Chatham Square, the Jews' quarter, to "the trine of State Rights-we see idea of efficient briny. BPParenUr with much II?,ji j

Treasury was directed to pay them. The swamp," as it is called ; and my driver poi- excuse for desertion from or three years' .
Florida Courts allowed tho principal and also i ted out a small old-fashioned therefore,sO long as the to make a Hca,8triklnff. resemblance of Gen.Tar--1 j
the interestas I!I two-story wood embraces these resolved upf.n a batt.'e: but tileprpbabililies .[
; :damages! in each case,_ Tho principles,ore it In Mexico, -
different Srcretorics oflrTo Treasury 'havoTpaid yah"u"e, Io..w.hieb taul-hv ba oa"pad 11,ae4..4o.battla in the New Orleans him are that his troops. 2ho serve 1
the principal, and have, uniformly re-'-the would-be Governor when be fled before racy, notwithstanding It'er-n (IA Eoxland JlMt through terror, will desert him on ,.j
used! to pay the interest. !I his pursuer at'the lime that he was attainted may arise among us, as to truly disastrous. reign: opnortunujr.K Hi. refcn btu hen i ;
n belief
and I
Florida State .ho manner of resisting tefror a .
a U.
beaming S.,Ter- as 'a traitor and large tatJo'
a price put upon his hend.t possession ; 17 of all ue., will I
ritorinl Court 3d. Retolefd, That in bail Ihe advent
merged in the.U. S<: Dis- < our be of Urqui-
"But was he in any real danger ? Yes and za as the nviour of \
trict Court, and last summer, ;Jude -Bronson !t mocracy of Florida, should ; bc- tho country. ::,
made n decision in ono of thesn} cases, thatj, i! they would have killed him. Any one had aright in the Dtlnmore National tho onl navy are fnnf/ pulnlcd an4 rapovcrahcs .;/

the U. t;. Government ;bound to pay the ft J to hoot him down at sight.! Delegates, to be chosen at a augmented,,par-and I all 000 the his' &! in raising hit arm oi r.,'
interest on tI claims' which have been' tion. conscription has ; r
duly j "What led him to select that house for a refuge are apparent. twenn the embraced all be ,!
established by process of law( Tho Secretary T" It selected 3d. Resetted,, that this meeting ages of 12: and 60 ea rt of ae. .
vita for him the possesses by
by New j I Yesterday passed.a /
ot the Treasury (Mr. Corwin) had declin I to tne election and appointment n net work : -.
cd j York police. He put himself under their over\ der drill not one whumlrould bVlbte ,
in the of
case, on the ground that hoj I pro- gates from this County, to the of armed hold w '-
was formerly counsel for the claimants. The lection. This hack-driver, a trusty man and Zion to be held at Madison one point men :I a musket sufficient\. at txtdY. to fire wits ;\

Attorney General, though ho deemed the }] political freind conveyed him to that bo use the third Saturday in the after the alarm on t:'.I accuracy.lion And I A fair weeta wm settle' this q tx's-
claim for interest, jest and valid, deemed i it I ; will write to
that Congress j and after three or four days,carried him away Whereupon tho.ol1o..inl } men are with- t;! in""llding you again 10 sees u
necessary should
make a Army appfOQches '
special the
lrJl appropriation to pay the" sum duo. arfain and escaped,I believe, into Vermont.a ." Iv elected ; namely :BartoIo courage of rfhe limit..or letter will not capa1.me to

The Committee of the Judiciary of the "The Maine Liquor law seems to have ref L. D trey, Pater Benet, Jos. to exert their do mare than allude to the >horrors permit ani lDiI-

I1 had'reponed that the Secretary Lad now au ceived, the cold shoulder from little Rho 'e.'* IF. 2nd, F. C. Hump have fearful cries will or hw tyrannical Gon rnaaent. RossJ

flciani authority to pay gee money. Under "More's the pity but it shows the influence of ., Ref to B. Canova, overwhelmed prob bly fly 10 England where he Ita!
circumstances, the U, N. ap'pealcd t of I A. II. Cole. Horny Ions Inveated-atolen .
ihe $uprcmn Court from the decision of the money. How is it going in this State f holy conspir-- tion. Should he easo i It 'from aha DI,'

District Court ; and it is first to be decided r ,j 'The result is very doubtful at the present I It wa st then on motion, I of liberty I the same reception awaits, ia him to there be bOjCd tliaattttta tbal..
r' Nether That such -of fear,
of the given
thoKwprcmcCourt'havti" jurisdicti. session.but another year will carry to the Leg Delegates, ; b1.t the brewer toHaynau. .'
10 tbe ease. ; i i"I jslaiurc' ted by this meeting, to attend whatever cost i I osai b a "Federalist ;
I men pledged to vote for the abolition not fancy our-1 d and has practised! i
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I what will come off in March 'j I ELECTION. '
alone is kgal. Twenty two of his duU FORWARD &
IAn are now paid for one of silver,paper arid I cn- next or even at the end Of this moijib} ; but I, stow ITS Nov. 1851. I\I PIOSATX Omcx, I .
may with ATTORNEYS .
roe of his issue' say much nason, gen'10 reader", that St. Johns county AT LAW AND SOLICITORS
clue ,
yoa which
rou :an exfcibit If [Kept attie .
sort ihj weather ] lumanee of
to your neighbors of the we now entoy in Pans, 11l't requirement of a Resolution IN CHANCERY. I.
Inquirer ta :
4 COft,1ncekem how much better omtmuet to bo as mild as it was for tho ln.4:; the General Assembly of Florida; approved,
1 than _
p4d and silver. I hope the paper $ "three weeks, we shall be able to witness a s'x JJ."a 9 A. ...3 P. .. 9 P. w.I thejiih day of Juuary; 1851 ;-.an Electk>ai fimm. \
argument will bo / rind in ndvana of its usual hereby ordered fo be held, (at the Com Ifeose. ia J'LoaID
cooctothres if not 1 must refer them to that the Lily of St.
sound and Institution Wi-ndnrfui to ..a,, ftt this epoch of:: the ye r,.. 64 7$ 78 74 instant Angutiee. e. Saturdayrtlw 20th WAf. A. FORWARD I BU10 J
pure the late Bank of ;) for one Justice of the TO\VLE. ,
Peace fill Late
smarty frees in I 69 to a vacancy 'or 5t.
Untied State our ar.ens are already. buds 83 86 72 Auto, east. Florida.
the _---- the CraSS. is irrii' -.-- -tni..OP,. _wad..-. <..! .w.... .... .t..>.a. wmr rrui<**-<.....'wwttti -.*. 3 68 68 72 19 Johns existing County ta,and Magistrate the District No, oDe, 'f St. Taz CoiferO--tt- t,
following appoia ?alt.
DEATH CAUSED BY TUB EXTRACTION its splen-led Kreftrt appearance nnd last 4 41 59 I 69 52 ted lupeelOn of std l Eekctioa, yjzt persona Jacob NdJer, Y1, .Yirtue of the ::
OF A TOOTH. not lent; (for this i I. the best sign .Kno ap I 5 43 61 7s 56 Albeno Rogero at.d B. W. Brett. shall u po++e for power ale before vested is me by law I J

proaching spring.) the onion of the. narcissus: G 4) 62 65 54 Foil to be opened at 9 A. M. and losed at 5 P. M. door a. M..Uoovile oa the fine the Coarf HOOK '' r
A lad, In Winchester, Va., named Locke, and tulips ore ou: from the earth. Much fear 7 58 60 61 68 G. HUMPHREYS.: Judge of P.obtte. next, tM following deed Moaday of July ;

bad a tooth.extracted bom a fortnight ago, K novcribeles*, entertained by all agncu'tur-' 8 .c9 68 63 65 St. Augustine, 6th ilarch 1852. much thereof a. will pay Ute tea uacl tine or land or 10 ..

tad the bleeding continued until Tuesday, Ira relative to a sudden return of cold weather 9 68 68 ';1. 65 Ill OTICE Sari! of FJoIida ud Gary W, OnD therooa the s
when tint lady expired from exhauition.' Sevcral -' -the crops are already out or the ground and 10 68 11 '1:1. rt after date is hereby gina,that I will, six weka ed from the r ear 1845 to and including tloubltcl tax'

.. phidani tried in rain to stop the bleedinf. "o bare had no snow to moisten the land. II U9 76 74 .Iii Johns County,,for apply Letters to the of Judge of Probate of Si wit 1851, to
In Case tbo 12 71 75 Administration, oa the 45488 acres assessed '
crops should bo injured Ibis year, 75 Estate of Sasaa Fetus, late of aid County Decased- 10 Theresa RocIrigun, ill r1
TV 6t Editor tftl* Richmond; Enquirer. no one can toll !bow'm:1n1eval. would hnppeti -13 71 16 '18'1 t ANN IIUBLBERT. ItCtloa37, township 19. range 99. : :
in Franco. Tho prophecies of Uootr d.amu U 61 18, T1 73 SU Augustine, March 6th 1852. Unless taxes mod expenses we paid befors the :1'' '1u
RtcuitOKD Feb. 25, 1852.As predict n rand and horrible event for the 15 70 72 78 63 i day of sale J. SIMPSON 8besaff' tad 1{I

/ IharoHeonthe aboto 'information: pub years<< 1852 aid 1853. What ''could it be J1 16 63 63. 64 56 An ordinance to amend an Or- jan 3,1852. Tn CoU tor.o.c. i

lubcd ttnevcral papers, I feel that I should Either famine or wart Times will let u* know. I 1'7 64 61 6'1 65 nlnce.prohlbltlalr Horne aDd To* Collector'* Sate. 1!

not hesitate to giro rajr views on all such caeg Many natural phenomena hare been observed J8 65 72 71 ,6l5 Cattle from ffoluff at large within virtue of the power rested in i
of br rrhagt, With the the City of St. By me by Uw I ,;
nuurnnce that i if by the French astronomers and geologist 19 65 69 6S 67 A.-.Uae. expose for ale before the Court HCXM
mr treatment is (followed I am onfldent there The former hnvo remarked that the number ff 20 61 72 75 68 Be it ordained by ,the.Mayor and Aldermen of door at 'IelioDyiUe 00 the fr* Monde 7 of July next 1

will be no web rml.irjcboly let mi nation. It flying stars was very grunt and, for my own : 21 59 63 6:1 4i etty # Au /tnThat it shall also the following described tracts of land or so much

Is uaual in cues of continued blcrdinr.irom part, though I do not, know what that meanhavo -, I I. 22 4) 66 56 41 be lawful for the City Marshal u report to the tkaeol a. will par the tUes due thereon the State

the extraction ofa tooth, to apply to the cav of en witnesses whilst walking on the 23 41 65 72 62 Mayor, the owner or keeper of any hone. mare. Florida and Conty or Orange from the year 18.5,

it, a piece "I cotton, saturated with tcmeastrtflff&t Bo,ilcvards, that the sky has been often fur. 21 61 73 65 69 gelding, colt or mule, and also, any cow, heifer \\0 and iDcllldiag 1851 to wit:

; this ia generally successful : but rowed" by lightnings of flying stars And un. 25 71 ?5 72 61 bull the ox or calf found running' at large withia the Robert 100 acres IoDg1u'lo or apposed 10 belong

there are casca which demand a vef ditfrr- commbn IJ lCbt. Thb latter savants, |hejci.-ol-, ... 26 41 52 ..6. 6:1 sloes City of of an St." Augustine ;. contrary to the pro,!. liOlO""DIb1p Shepherd aDd Jose Sancles being la aeetico x
oat treatment, from the of ism \ 21 63 'Orelia.ace" prnbibi'lla{ hone* and 17.nuge 34, the place uoq INbardt'
debility>> tho p* o have KtuiliedjwiUi care the accidents ; 63' 10 Cattle from going at large within the CUI!. u -
Hens preventing bo custom' try contraction of ofiho last earthquake a which took place In '1 28 70 74 78 6S Augustine." city, of St VQlta lue lad

ciao small arteries which supply tho put Uirondf, and which wa also felt in many of 29 65 63 '6" 64 Passed In Council February 7th 1859 of we.Al8o.. expenses Ire paid befOre tho day

with W<<.d. );the neigh boring departments, and 'they all 30 63 68 8J.. ?:1, E. *. de MEDICEaCUA3. Mayor, p,.' Tern. t

In these case, the wound thnnld be cleansed agree In saying tbav this violent shuck must DECE.BE. Attest, ..99J 0 acres assess. to CUrke ad At

and with the mouth exposed to a Rtrone bo attributed to Iho +Internal heat of the earth 1 66 61 HAAGER.cc. kWoa,being la .rctooa 37, township 13, range- .2f
55 55
iiebt, you will soon learn which niocolul the which no doubt has bad a great inflence 1 I 6:1 lOath aDd earn at ltw CreeL W.A.:Fonrsrd ent.
blood coutinuea trickle' ; this is an important upon the mild weather w9 now experience i 3 45 56 69 65 MAQNoLiA RETREAT. Also, 600 acres n Township 18, South Want 4 J
Act as It shows which nrterj. of the tooth il m this t"o.llltry.-Cor.! N. Y. Herald. 52V: V 68 41 THIt COMMODIOUS ESTABLISHMENT. 35, east,assessed to the heirs .ar Caroline .||m .
4 38 \ Hardy,
4959 New
.41 of
It had mono than ono fang had censed to 1 opened-those desirous of amusement Also Smyrna. .
b1crd1hert'fore. he whole l a40 6.a 65 47 can Lave 500 acres aoessbd to the said bean I
treatment is to be every opportunity rules sad of Caro. I
A BASE CASE. tlick 6 ; regulations line McHard
Detelopincnl*.- The 68 63' 6S SD such ,. being la
directed to the blcedinjc nlocolus alime. Now u to please. Attached is Oyster sections 49 bd Q, and t
prepare a piece of cotton, mo.stuned "'lIb" Hamburg Union' of] Wednesday hits ,,Ihe following 'j. 7 61 61 65 69 and Eating House which will te satisfactorily saloon partly Township 18, range 34 and pan 111 towa. i I
of A caso now on trial an that 8 60 6:1 G1 anp- Up Jfl,and range35; south of .
strong notation ot alum and water in tho form repurt i' : 62 plied Iron day to day with the Came of die.aeason. i New Smyrna.dayifSe .
9 *"* and
town: : 68 65 68 M Hours of ejpeasea are paid' before
ofa partially twisted stringthen with nil Irwtru- amusement Gentlemen and Ladies will be I the
meat sefficientlr small to A suit was tried in jour court Jut week, be. 10 41 66 72 68 \ rom 9 to 12 A. M.and 2 to 5 P. .-The Intense-i

_..... ..I' ..._ "_...__ ,,_ pass.L. L..u readily____ .u with.. l"L'C11 EanAnucIG-"vcr.I3.IQ of this nlnce.. hut 1 II 58 63 19 65 Jute Hours and tfvenion for eentlemen euluw"I*..' AtI05000..e. c ...,t.w: vt.t4. _
IKTU (Tint Vt tMV WtlVSM IV IUU tSmiUIII III IHUklosotus VA 1
proceed to pack the ntoculujirmly how of Bradford county,and A. J.:Jones, postmaster 4\ 12 13 I 62 l 64 I 77 I 69 Nor J5 8. MIRANDA.: IDg ia et1ou 37..ad38.C township'" r21 -month--l' 1 t

with trio cotton in small folds that they may of this borough, which brought, to lidlt 59 63 63 6U billiard Table! and 'a'eu Pin Alley.. 30, and township south range 31, cut, being sago ,
bear on the aides of the cavity; when you the richest, financial ;iminneuvering that ever 14 49 48 60 49 At the Magnolia B e+reat, open throughout the Lake Jrssnp, Forward, Agent. OD
heard of this section bf : 15 49 68 63 48 day and .Evening.. Unless taxes tad .
have reached tbo nartaco by the process was in. country.Indeed, expenses ire i old before th.Collector ;
cut of the remainimj cotton and request the-, we doubt wether ilh i could nut have lenrniul vriluablo lirsson ,11 42 49 49 38 oyster I
patent So abstain from conversation or from inihisKchool. House. Also, 1000 acres oflaad.ln section !
shod which requires much masticuiion. lu I hu ,tcer e of operations Ins laid 18 19 28. 29 32 O'aters in every style served up daily at. Mag-; sh 47 and 18, range 30, assessed to 3.7.David townipa R.- ,

34 to 48 hours the cotton nav be removed in lln jcrstown, .BlnrylanJ where a certain 33 36 49 36 Ircat. Parties can have any prepar. Dunham,being4 Lake Benis&rd. St. Johns Rner.
wben all .!i-n..of bleeding: will have censed Farmer' uud Miller*' Bank fulled about the 20 34 49 62 44 ations and furrsle a ls tJ.'I' i

to secure: which.. I depend slrnost entirely on; vcar IS 1:1. After tho failure Jlr. Juries and 21 37 68 60 65 Nor 2' no48tf S. BIRANDA. Unless taxes sad cxprres are paid before.the I I'I I I

the firmness ol the filling. This treatment ha* a small party of financiers without mono!' undertook 22 68 61 68 62 Notice is hereby give xbat rice City Tales day of sate. I.. .
the resuscitation of tho bank. ,23 62 69 63 66 for the present year, will be due the I....
been followed by for ten They Also
inysult nnd )! of l land
years, uses ,1yu
> section ,
24 54 13ih instant and ga 40.towsship
65 66 I shall that -
obtained Stno'l 67 on day, proceed .
in several cotes where numerous other remedies "went $ ) worth>> of the stock of to 17 south range 33 east,assessed to1 the '
25 51 enforcement of the esta'e \
have fuiloJ, and I have yet lo sager a cane this bank, for which! they gave stock notes 61 66 75 61 an 'of the same Ordinance regulating 'to collection of Ladles y Ted near New Smyrna, Foiward, gent.
where duub'cd its comps Ic sticcei: The i secured, by valuable thicts of coal nnd timberlands 26 67 72 63 F. P. t Unless taxes and expenses are paid before .the (
27 '
worst cage I ever saw was that of Dr. C. II on the .inounlnms of tho moon. AI a 65 67 C5 Assessor FERRFIRA and day of sale. i 1 .

of Norfolk. Virginia who bled about two small amount of ready cash owns needed to pI'(... 28 65 73 63 64 St nstine Feb. 14th 1852. Collector. i
we k.,without intermission; yet this treatment runt n c-jllapse of shod! vaults of the bank, Mr 29 60 74 61 65; Also OOO acres used to John Robinson being 1 ,
it CJeyer wan tiikcn into tho: concert allowed tudopm.1t :30 62: 74 73 6G TAX ASSESSOR'S!! NOTICE. part of a tract of 2060 acres granted to Briggs and !
us *HII us wn properly applied lt effectualIf .
I 87000 gold ami lawful monoy.iJr. Jones ,,31 68 75 77 .69 I am receiving returns of taxable property t for 1852 Robinson being in section 38,township! J5, range 32 : i
Ktnppcd'lh" Must
bleeding. 'rclpcctully..luur Owners of and township 15, 33, S and '
or Agent rang E
property subject to taxation oa Hallifkx ,
are j
ut/Ji awr'", living him n bond to indemnify him from loss. i JANUARY 1853. respectfully requested to present their lists of taxable Rfver.Unles' .
R-D.ADDINQTON. Upon this seven thousand dollars tho bank 1 62 65.1 54 before the first Taxes and .
fuvperty day of April next. Ownertor expenses are paid before the day i
in veil off swimmingly for 11 very short time, 2 46 47 52 45 Areatl of!laa< a
[Ctfrttpnndcnce rf the New-Orleans Picayune.] and the operators obtained large quanthi of 3 38 47 57 43 particular description of their location by Sections, Also, OG acres used to Cornelia Monroe f
RIO U'.tANDK! COKKRSIHINDKNCK.UauwrsKViLLE ; :. the notes anti commence*! clreulallnJC'them; 4 35 47 63 41 Townships and Ranges or by what water courses Wekiva Creek, bounded on III'\ '
on the south (..
but unfortunately r... 1111 concerned this small 5 48 by George
Fol". f7, 1852.A 5 62 52 bounded.R Fairbank'a lands: Unless taxesand
"ingulnr and dnring; robbory vas commit- mctalic basis 'would not keep tho bank afloat 6 40 49 66 44 B. OANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. paid before the 'day of sale. expenses are
till heN night below liut.: Tno'U. 'if. gnrriMI long enough to make kha notes go nnd tho 7 36 4j 65 41 Tax Assessor and Collector a I.C. J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector_ j

was entered d anJ a largo number tivulvo I whole concern exploded. In the mean lime 8 42 44 63 49 _St.. Augustine Jan)'. 24th 1852. t" Jan 3d, 1852. / c. .

blood halls.. taken herm by aunty p ;ison j jor there .wal, giYin, un ihe inostextraoulinary.assigningrtinnKingi :; 9 49 5s 71 67. NOTICE ia hereb. given, to all petsoju have. ....
persons unknown. In con 'rquuuco of thu & shilling, transferring 10 65 69' 75 65 ., against the Estate of Fernando Tax '* ale.I-.

Mniill.uuiabur y rirtae of the power vested bi me by law I'

pinnl nt the gate is rcmuvo>! :it night to the because ns beautifully entangled as a basket 12 40 49 eX 44- tor's or otherwise that they are required ta: pjeasnt. : JO' shall expose for sale before' the Court House .
in.ignZiO sums) dUtuncu off, un.1 l ih ro wa, lul' of twisted eels. Wh. n tan bank: failed 13 36 31 28 26 the same within two years from the date hereof. door in the city of St. Augustine the first Mon
thcruorc.tio( impediinRiit to tho Rtrranco of any again, the operators failed, and from that day 14 23 37 51 37 or such claims will forever be bat=ed. day of May next the following described

pcr.n...ilb..r by climbing thu Ii ncu or .Born to tho present a fierce battlo has been going 15 30 42 69 51 St JOHN CAPO, Administrator erty or so much thereof as will pay the State prop.'a.t

the river in .. buat. .Burro p.rjvnisa>Rert that on between the nrtic.and this suit was I 16 45 66 61 42 Augustine. Feb. 7th i858 8wk county taxes and the necessary: expenses due thejeon .-
hit Geyir <. Jonesi. 17 58 49 FROM for the year 1851, to wit : : i
they wore token over into Matamorax duringthe ; brought by vs by way onettling 34 65 JACKSONVILLE, ,
One lot of
it: but it appears that the court on 181' 45 57 '3 63 i ,land within the limits of the city .of a
night, point out a place on tho '
opposite St. Aigwstine bounded
bank of the river where the footsteps ofa j jury could not fully, dispose ot the matter: on 19 51 47 44 28 : For Enterprise and Mellon ile! Marquis De Forgeris ,OH the on the South North lot by bf Lot of j
by Rer.
number of! rwn or mules can bo plainly seen. I legal and quitabJei! principles nt a single s: > I- ;20 22 28 38 37 LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS. II Astell and M S Pojaud East by Maria Sanches

Others sac," that however this may be, limy ting, and wu presnm l there will be another ;21 37 3S 54 41 cff'fk.lnd west ,by/Key. H XxteU's Lot and marsh
ban no doubt that Gun.: AvtiloA will receive hearing which will: bring !o light other and :22: 32 42 41 41 ) THE Steamer SARA SPALDING, having of the St.Sebastian creek said lot was returned in
developments.Tho 23 35 49 49 59 newly fitted ''up, will resume her regular 1851 Michael7Usiaa "
tbo benefit ol them. Some wag hn stuck upa mora important by ,and assessed to t
be that 48' 65 61 rips for th'above places on Wednesday, the 14th "watt.Unless
on the corners ol tho streets callingupuu general impression kcems to 24 67 $halo u. /
the citizens to appoint a patrol fur the Ilr.UC)'cr |Just severalthousanddolars 1; ( by the 25 53 57 '59' 52 inst, toucl lag at all the intermediate landings.ind Taxes and expenses are'paid before the :1
Letter pnnoctluu of too united Suites operation but the matter is BO entangle thatit 26 51 65 70 66 will continue puctually ta leare every Wednesday day of talei I
pruprtynow at 9o'clock with the U.
is difficul make this legally. 27 40 52 60 45 morning connecting 8. R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and
ia Fort Brown. __ to appear x-off.. i
Mail steamers to and from Savannah. For freight
The merchants in Matamoras have rcnperiodtheir 28 37 553 43 / Tax A esror and Collector,..i.e.
e engagements or passage, apply on board or to
No// 1351
stores,and arti giving in accounts ol'their :'29 35 63 62 49 FERNANDEZ BISBEE & Co., /gents.Jan. .

stock to the pro officers for tnxutiun. Mostof 25 DOLLARS :30 39 59 67 10, 185:1 THE WORLD AS IT i PAS dES.J.
31 61 70 69FEBRUARY. 59
that will make -
tbem they no
say nvTu.pur Tas Collectors >sale /
chases if the law u not repealed and are determined WILL BE PAID as n Reward to any per. virtue of the power vested in me bylaw, I.hall MORRIS."oTwiLUS'S.HOI7IE : -

to sell out as fUll ns poatiblo who will apprehend and connno, \ 1 66 68 78 68 BY expose for sale before the Court House JOURNAL; FOR 1653.

The rumors with regard to Uarvnjnl n re be : (sn th"ll cnn obtain possession of her;) either !2 60 60 55 51 at Mellonville oa the first Monday of September"next A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.FUBUSBII .
coming more definite, and many confidently In St. Johns or Duvul County jail ; my negro 3 41 54 56 45 the following described tract of land or so much
assert that he will commence tho campaign in I Ia I woman H AN NAil t-Shots of rather tall 4 39 65 60 46 thereof will pay the Slate and County taxes ) WEEKLY TWO DOLLARS n_ in.r .

very short time, with a larger and better nj{ and slim make and of very erect carriage f 5 40 6l 63 56 and the necessary expenses due thereon for tb/yea {! .
ruin ed force than before. There is a singular block complexion and between the ages ofFortylive 6 63 58 77 63 1 851, to wit: / Tn FUST KcxBta or TBS nw fails wnx y '

scarcity of filibusters about the streetriur the ami FiOyhe ran; away from my 7 59 70 71 61 160 acres of land! formerly owned by,'R eotOJ ISSUED 05 TUB FIXST 07 JUXVAXt JIU%.

last lew days and the mal ration of ninilirs family in St. Augustine, about the last of October '8 66'1 5$ 66 Sheperd at Lake ftlnnroe. Present owner not' known -
from Motamoros to this sido has increased or first of November 1851-aml Is supposed! '9 54 65 64 65 Double taxed for the year 1851. Tax Home Journal baa now become vnivemL.

C OrI OUIIl. Ro nut has this become recently to' be secreted, somewhere in the vicinity of 10 66 61 72 66 J. 'I P80N, Sheriff and Tax C9geetor, .o.c. There are few familess of cultivated habits-(few e/
iBe 71 Feb. 28. 1852. / those who seek to enliven and make home the most
that authorities on tho other side evidently Ibo cur-- 11 60 62 54 .

I fctr that the city will become d.-p pulated. ,LEWIS COXETTER. 12 41 53 65 41 Tax Collectors Kale. iatilligent receive it. aid It |attractive s read.we place believe who wherever do not now the

Ala article In the Bander ,Montana i n leavers St. Augustino \iMarch I3ili 1852.: '13 36 61 .62 BY virtue of the power vested7 in me bylaw, gold threads of domestic happineaa an3 true no moral

to reassure the frightened inhnbitnnte of expose for ale before the Court House refinement which arewoven so thickly Into the

Uatamoras, bv stating that Gen. Avalos was 8TCA1IEU FLORIDA. STATE OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT, door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July stronger and coarser web of,oar country's iaduttry
about constructing, furtdiicntiuus outside of the EASTERN CIRCUIUT. 8T JOHNS next, the following described/tract of land or so and energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the
town for the purp. ao of meeting the expected LEWIS COXBTTEa MASTER. much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the speaker to the hearts of this buy tuba in the hours
fHihuster If what I hear bo true. Camay bro COUNTY. State of Florida and County of Orange (or the vear given to happillaaaad relaxatton.At .

will l doubtless be tho first point of attack. Penelope M. R. SamD r. Compt. Ib 1851. to wit: / m New Ytaf Pretentfrtm m Gentkma t.*
\. c.c. w. CBASCWT, V09 acres of land being part of a grant of 4000ael'd Lady, the Home Journal is one of which tie rewunbrtnet -
( Bill for Divorce assessed to Domingo Aer ta. ia section 38 renewed wttt
Morton Cornish Shmarr, Defr.1C if emery and it is unauxpsssed -
A CUKE FOR DUELUSCJ.-ID Scotland, lately, appearing the satisbctioo+ of the Court township 20, Range ,34 and 35 near Flowndcr CrickIndian aa a gift in good lUte.TIIJIS.Foroaecop.82.

tvo'hot brained youths met in a tavern; ant I; will touch at ST. AU GUS.'rINKr"On'Friday' bv smilirit filed ia this case, that Morton Cornish River. / | for three copte.,85
J. BLVFSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. r.. or for oae copr three years, $s--ttasyt load-' '
the De&oJa&iabore named midfabeyoad R
lady -
ttiftpfiujjyebato ;conqeramf; a young the 26th !March tenet 3d lfeS2 /
wHS whan they wcro both enamored; nothing l ;' the Units of ths State of Florida, so that the Jan van e. Subscribers without delay. Address

would satisfy thorn but a duel. At partinoan Its inst at 10 A. M. ordinary process of Law cannot be Mired upon him. Tax Collectors bleBy MORRIS & WILLIS,
ol them told the other to for Therefore, on Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq. vinne7 ol%e pawn versed in me by law, Editor, 107 Falton street,N*.tp.'tlrk..

death. A hearing of tho awful prepare threat All orders addressed to JOHN F. Solicitor for the Complainant, it is ordered that notice shall'expose for sale before the Court House I
wtg of the pendency of this suit be given, to the saidDefendant door at Mellonville on the lam Monday of July next ADAMS & CO'S
and ,koaint; that none of the champions had U'NEI Charleston, will! promptly Morton Cornish, Stunner, bf: publicationin the following! d scribed tracts of land or so muohthereof ;
sal courage to spare, went an hour before tho HHie Ancient City" a Public Newspaper publish as ) the taxes due thereon the;.State ,

appointed, lime to the place selected and dug"' be attend to. j ed in the City of 8t. Augustine, la the County and of Florida wallr' of Orange for the year ,

ft grave;and,sticking his ound mou'd spado and will be the Circuit aforesaid, for the space of three months requiring 1851 to wit : I, .
late the red mould retired{ behind a bush to po Freight passage him fM said Defendant to appear and answei 377; acres of land belonging or supposed to belong

hold the tcene. Tha awful moment arrived, as from Picolata. the said Bill, or the same and the matters and IbiDpthereia to Thomas Forbes being in section 45 boat. i
trod one oetbo bullies made a tiers e appear same alleged will be taken u Confessed. J6 range 29 south and east assessed to the'aid iI I NEW YORK f

watts bat, on beholding the open gravu and : March G. 18)2.: And it la further ordered, that a hearing be had in Thos. Forbes.
the ,tp&do ready to cover his corpse, ho this t tse, at the next June Term of Paid Court, to' Also, 542 acres in section 40, tovrnriiip ISnth, :, ABD ,'
'' be hoUcnin and for St. Jchna County aforeaid/* rash 29, east assessed to Thomas fnrtxr. NEW ORLEANS
eraWthit bead and muttering something gCHR. JOSEPH HENRY, 14 days from Balti i the Court Home in the said City of St. AngostineL: A 0, 515 acres in section 39, township 14 ',south EXPRESS.crnccs, .
ftbout being killed, to n -d rottnJ., and in a. more 400 bib Flour,3000 bosh Cora' 40 bales ;Gina under my hand, at Chambers, this 4uY day range 27 east,being on West banks of Lake George M
twifiUiftg was out of sight. Shortly thereafter Hav. 30 bags Cotes 10 hhds Sugar. 40 bUs Lard ofFebmarv, A. D. 1852. / and assessed' to Thomas Forbes. :'

the other duellist (t) hove in sight: bu, 25 Kegs illlter, 40 bib Potatoes. 20 blls Apples, 6 THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge &c SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector.o.t.. 1ft 18 & 19 Wall st. New-York.

on seeing the yawning gulf his crest fell I, Casks Cheese. 100 bags Oats, 6 casks of'a 40 A true copy from the original order.' Jan. 3, 1852. :3; .Jnio st.. Hartford, Ct.

an4. liloquizlolC to him elf was heard' to say.Did bill Crackers 100 kegs Nails 25 boxes Tobacco 3I P. B. DUMAS, Clerk, c. c. ST. JOHKS cb. 5t State *t., Nt3er.ldaveo Ct. .

be rot tell me to i re; are for death. and 11 I hhds do. In Ml Molaars,50 boxes Soap 3 casks Feh,28th,1852 Choice Mqaonftc.Holland Gin; Monongabela 1C3 Baltimore st., Baltimore.Washington.. ,

Utl f gravels ready for me. 1'II awal Tboinglliea 0,1, 60 boxes Candles, 15 'baskets Champagne 10 I Old Brandy Irish,and Scotch do. Ale and Por 1 I Pennsylvania Av., .,;
shouldered his hoveP and left thotO boxes Cider 10 chests Teal 10 dot. Brooms Drab nabllo Meeting*-Pri e Rooms,Sitting ,, do. ,
the t Tabs 5 boxes Oranges, 5 boxes Lemons, 10 casks .IIi Rooms for temporary parposet, always ID tt-r. Champagne Wine, A/adeba. do. Sherry 7 Fourteenth st.., Richmond" Va. ,
gee+ ,wbiela has been visited by manyof Congress Water, Cordials. Claret Wine 84 Washington \ .
Rice 3 Crates. 154>oxes Starch 400 boxes to readiness at the Magnolia Retreat l I I tort.do st., Bostcn.
corium determined on seeing the grivo. 01 March 6th 18W. B. E. CARR. :Nor 29 no4Stf S. M tRANDA.. art B. E U.fRP. 72 Camp St., New Orleans. _,. : i
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1JtW4li1 Jft&4 iOn'gt., 9tot, {m',ta* f third Monday NoveroWrl *i. i A '/ "$9oDoo.; 4. 4 e J. 1 J3yvIrtueOtI 'pow vested in me by law I B't,virtue of the powrr vested 14 wrtyli... .w ,
Meth.9di'tCh'rCo ol\ for sale the Court'House1 shall 1 for sale before the *.
; the Public SquafeWd one do>r north of the Forthe county of Dunl, on thee third Monday. iNSURANCE before expose -'C'ol1ll .
t f TOE MUTUAL LIFE of z5t. the tirst Monday Mell.oaville the first of <'f. I
I November. door in.the city Augustine on i at on Monday July Pf..ttJ <:
;e. On/Trewrr Line, North of For the county of Marion, 'on the first Monday in 8 CO:PANlTt,4T WALL I of May next,' the following described prop 1 following described ,tract ol'tndut sum* '' t1 ltpi f' 1 1I
tht'P"b1ic Hquart. ,December., ; < 9 OF NEW YORKNO.35 erty oran much thereof, 'as will pay the State aDd'I I as will pay the taxes: due thereon the Stat; C'f '
i. Cs's Ilotirl. On Chadott and'Bay Streets few For the ccanties of Alsebna I and Lery. on the secondllonday ltJ ET Accumulated Fund Nor. 1st; 1849 Mortgages, $900,- county taxes'aftd'th Necessary expenses due there I Florida and County of Orange for the year lsr: *
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doors South East of the Poblie Square, .in December i I III 000.securely invested and aDd stocks 'on for-the year-lSSl wit : 'wit- I"a.,, .

PUntfr,.H<**l.. Oa Charlotte{ ,StreeJ and.Tiewy Forthe county of Columbia' on the third Mondayin real-estate in this city and Brooklyn,and United (! One lot of land within the limits of the city of 200 acres of Land assessed fb Joseph Jf Sag..'

t UT LtnVj fcorthof the Public.,Sqoare" ,.annexed... to the December. of the State and City of New, York ; ,j l St. Augustine bounded on the ;North by Lot of chez in section 40.township 16, range 33 S pjp--.,
J I'IoriiaJLOUJC., I The UA District Court, a Su. ,Augustine the States Government., i I Marquis De Forgeria on the .South by, let of Rev, on the Hallifax River. ;, '. .

BOARDING 1l0aSES. first Monday April. This fund is rapidly increasing by ;a widely. H Axtell and M I;fojeud. East by Maria tranche* Also, 310 acres assessed the aaid; Joseph ,M-

dill.F"U,., .On t. George Street,! a few doom 4 ; THE TB&VELLEB.8GIJIDE.I Jed and prosperous business.dividend- ol I profits- xten.j creek,and west by Re,. ,11 vUtell's. Lot and marsh Sanchez in sec 51, township 17, range 34, .soatl. v 1-

I South of th. coUZt1IO4I and Public, ..Square i The Company declared* the! 31st. of the St. Sebastian creek,said'lot was' returned la aoJ east, west o(Smyrna- ., t :
(7. JY. P-ipy. PO,Bayj ttrett, corner of B&,' and PROiTciIARLESTONFromCkarletton ly-two per cent on 'all existing policies ou 1851 by Michael Uaina, and assessed to William H.Shadgelt. J. 8IMP.SO.V. Sherilf ansi Tax C.llector.o, bt I'
Lane. I uf JaD at'J', 1848. :t 1 c. 'I
Garden J Jan. 3, 1 5?
,D.OCTORS. daily at All the Profits are:divided among and expenses before the "
to New York. Leaving Taxes are p.iid: ** I
Doe', HWaB, Office. at hi* Dwelling House 31-9 'o'clock 1'. x, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 i the' Iii urcd.cub'anDU:1U"" sem- day of sale. .I'| : \,Tax Collector' $ae.. f;;t4 I

: on Bridge Street. / : miles.-By Railroad! Weldon 1C* mlles>-To pei .The premiums payable'in the- R. B. OANOV Shrrilfnriilex-rT. e of the power.vested in ins by ''.:11.\, i
Dod.Job .JVefc. Office on St. George' Street, tersburg 63.-To'Richmond 22....To, Acquia Creek .u n aliy, or quarterly, interest being added.on Tux Asesror nnd'Collector,s. J.d. D..i"expose fur aale.-before ,-Coart,Hmna' I

f doors.NortU, of the Court House. :.i 70.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to deferred payments. this- Company. se-; Nov /, 1851; doorat MellonvilJe! on, the firsft Monday of J ljneu. i
DRUGGIST. The cash adopted by ''
9-To New-York the following described tract of land macS"thereof
I Chemiiit Druggest, CharloteStreet. | Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia :urjs to the for whoso benefit jhe insdranceaare'effected : Tax Collector,'* Snlc.By or as .,. ,
V.C.Ziltra. and 87. Total distance 771 mUe..Time 60 hours. Fare parties as will pay,the taxes lu* thereon ,the i
f the advantages, ithout, virtue of the vested in me by law I
the whole f power Florida and
I of County of Orange for the '"
I 820.- _. subjecting them to'the heavy'drawback of accumulated : shall tip se', for sale before the Court House year 185f; i

LAWYERS.E. : I r The ".Southerner" (Steamship) leaves .Charle8ton premium notes., in the city of St. Augustine on the ,tirst 'Monday of towit, : I
r-M. \i. 310 auessedtolimra Clark
27Ui -
olAprilo'cock acres ,
office Ar- every tenth day ,after the Persons on.their own htliand the following described or so intecticr* I
B. ;.u/d. Counsellor Law- on may effept. insurance May next, property
&ite.R omj $25 42. town-hip 11, ,Range 31 south and
in 60 hours. Fare ( '
Iller Lane. 4 the lives others. A married woman can in- :much'thereof will pay the tate'arii1. e>nnt y"taxes HallifaX River eauoatn*-,r.!( I

$1 A. 'Puinant.' Attorney and Councellorat ,I From Charleston, to ,PkiUdelphiatbe 4 o'clock.I'.x.througbln Osprey 'cure the life of her hu.sbaadthe benefits of'which are :and the necessary expenses due thereon for the year SIMPSON, "
leavesClisrleston other Saturday, at 1. CoUC"
L.awofllce, Pcolata'street. 1 I every secured by lawforthe'exclusive use of herself or chil 111851-M wit : I & r.ctp c. S.-
Fare Jan 3 1833
Georg K. F ;r6..b,1> Attorney and COUOIl'Uoraf 60 New-Orkant.$20. Leaving daily dren. : 2000 acres 2J rate Ian I being in section 34, private I" ,

Law.-office In the.Court,'Hpuee.' 1,10 From o'clock Charletton A... By to S. C, Railroad to Augusta 136miles. Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries surveys, township 5,South range 26, east, and I Tax Collector's Sale. .

I \ j jI .-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By are specially invited ro avail themselves; of n.resource section 39 township 5 south, range 27 east, being; Y virtue of the powet vested In me by '14,1L .

PUBLIC OFFICES. Macon and Western Railroad to Griffin 42. -By whereby their surviving familta.!may be securedrom part of thwJVew Switzerland tract, lying about 28 shill expose for ask'before the Court H>. j i

I(\ Put Offict. G,4E., Llarablat,,.Post Master. Court Stage to Opoah! 35.-B .Railroad to Montgomery the evils of penury. miles from St Augustine in St John*county, MM dour at' Mellonville! : the finl'Monday of July mq t' '
House. <" i I'r' i iSurteyor Steamer Mobile, 331.-To New-Orleans Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual land was returned, in 184'J by D H Dunham. Agentof tne fc.IJowtnll described tract 'O C land or a*, 1.\
65 to
;x I GeKtraft Offet. B A., Putnam Surveyor l ;G. 'Total distance 1,00G"mlles. Time 123 hours. Life Insurance, and illustrating Hr Advantages, with John L Eagle, nnd assessed to'John L'.Eflgle thereof aa wiU,pny the taxe doe llierron the g"kt ,

I : General,on Hospital Street.corner. of'Artillery Fare $39. 50. forms application may btf obtafinul at the office of Unls is taxes and expenses are fold bdore. the. day of Florida and Cuuuty of Ptl age fur the yea-3j5 t.

,Lane an Hospital Street. '' the Company 35 Wall st., .r'o( any of its agents. of .ale. : to wit r ,. >. oM ,
I of Public) I From Charleston to jVTur-Orfcam.vix .Savannah, R.-n: CANO."A.8heritrnnd ex-off. .f
LadOffice.T.. Noda, Register TRUSTEES, 10D acres a e3AcJ,to Elizabeth,Banch, ia
Lands.,office In the Conrt. House. ,I daily at 9 A. M. By Steamer to Savannah Western 140 miles.Rail. los T* Collins, David C Colden, Tux AJlcssor'Dud Collector, s J. c., 61.' township 1C. range 33, south and ras,00 see.la* r.f

Then T. Ruitell.. .Receiver office In CourtHouse. I -By Central RaihW to Macon and Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, Nov 1. 1851. Halhfnr! River. 'III I
road to Barnesville 4 I McCurry, CJolI'cclort I 0011CC1040.c1
,Steamer to Mobile f Tax avirtu ntet
Jndf of Pro1 lltl., (Humphrey's)'.Judge,) office By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Ered Winston, Joseph Blnnt.. jan'3. t52Tax r t I
j jI of the vested in law. I .
Total di8t1nce 1,032 Th yo Dower me Lv
166. '
33l.-ToNew-Or1ens '
in the Court House. > 1, CsW Faber Iaac U Reason, _. _. 'f.J" .
I I Peter'S. Dumai. Clerk Circuit Court office, In miles Tune 77 Il ura Fare $39; 50, : John P Yelverton, Henry Wells, .D shall expose ,for.Ale before the Court House. fOUfCIUI" "n Ic.BY ,

1 I the Court House. : MISCELLANEOUSTABLEDistances. ": Theo Sejgwick, Wm Moore doorin the eiiyofSt Acgusiine on .the first Monday virtue of the pywer vested in me by bur,'I!t

Rafael B.Canel'?. Sheriff and Tax Collector,of-- FareTime.. Stary B (Collins', Zebf e- Cook, of May next, the following described propertyor expose (or ante before, the COlin Hoto s

lace In the Court House. ,' To Athens, G:., : 221 m S7.95 20 h. John II :!wift, '-' Jon Miller, so much (hereof as will pay the Suite and county i nt Mvllouville on the first Monday of, July next,the4, (

Collector of Cuttomt. John M Hanson, office,- ,, "ClialtanoocJi. Tenn., 445 13,12 31 John \\'odu\"orth DaviJ A ('olUstock.S taxes and the nscessary expenses due thereon for UK following scribed tract of.land qr so IDllclUkno \,

Planters Hotel. i ii "Colnmba, S. C.. 130' S 4.00 8 M Cornell. Robert Shuyler, year 1851* to wit* of'as will, pay the taxes duet thereoa the State t, !

i Inspector of Cui m. Ora Howard, office in "CamdenS.C.,' 142 4,00 9 Gouv M Wilkins Jamt-s Chamber,- A lot of la.7J in the city of St. Augustine., boan Florula aijd C uut1 .uf Orange for the vcaraini >

Howard Buildings, Market square.f. I,.I "Hamburg, S. C., 13G 40 8 John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckennnn, tied ori the east by Dragoon or Spanish street and to wit : 4C <**

If. Drouoltf Judge, .u. S. Court Northern "Memphis,Teun., 740 26.0Q- Fresh Whittlesey Moses II Grinnell, Iota of U
\ .District Florlda.i. office in the Court HOUK.G. 1, Passengers for't'itber of the above 'places leave Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker, ToJomato stre'rtvon the South! by lot of Joseph .the tllt' Fid of Unlh:2x Klver, aswVustJ' Prff15"1

p -:FairlanJct. Clerk U. S. Court office In Charleston,- dolly by S.,C. Railroad, ,at, 10, o'clock5t. John C Cruger Eugene .Du'tilh, Andreu deceased, on tIle North by alUy.said. ,ft.. ,Uirandib> in section 39 and ,40., towilsnio'i/1""*
.I t 4.I owned the late Geore'artleu.. ....
1 the C art House. Walter Joy, Francis S orriginally by ranse2i oath an-l eat --4. ,
.: Deputy; Mar?al. I. Zchubaur office in ; Lathrop <''ecease>,U and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks contMiiin a.J. HIMPSON Sheriff anJ .
George I'I'f virlue ot the power vested In me by law 1 Alfred Pell, J 0 Thatcher.JOSEPHU. Tax Collector,d: C 1!'
f the Court House. ; lIouS' ; In nil two acres more or less ;Ian 3. 8.12 '
shall 1 expose for sale be ore the Court COLLiNS I'reri'knt. ____ __'**
1 JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. I Mellonville the first Monday of August ISAAC ABBATT. Unless taxes nn-J expanses are paidbef.re ibtiljy -
door at
I on f"cretary. 9Joscrti '
': Gad. II Qiriphrejri._ffice'in the Court House.Gto i i'J next the following described tracs'(.( land or no BLUNT. CounseHor.ft. of, sale. : ART' UNION, OF: PUI ADB PHI A1 ,
L' Pkillipt, ,Notary Public-.office on ;-Bay t thereon the LI. n. CANOVASheriff and ex-off. Incorporated the
much thereof aj wUl'oy.th taxes, due > R. FAIRCANKS, Agent b't. Aupu.tineFla.Frb ; by Legialatnreef
Street, a lit tie North of the Market and nex 'door, of for : IGth. Tax Assessor and Collcctrr! t>. I. c. Penu"r-It"uula. 1
j itate of Florida and Uo-inty Orange the''ycor .
_ _ _ Nov 1.1S5LTax '-I I
to the Post office. "
1851to wit ; _ _ 'FOR THE PKOUOTJGtt OP THF' .
: CITY OFFICERS. 75O acres of land in Tumbull swamp, belonging 1 1 fbXi :Collectors 'nlc. ARTS OF DESIO.- liV 7'BB'"'

Jlyor-Gto. 1;. Phill\r"- or supposed to belong to Wm G Foot returned ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. y virtue of the power vested in me by law I w
B lJNTLfl-pj. LI''
.j j Laurence Antlr,", : by Benjamin A Putnaui. J shall expose for sale before the fourt house .

< I PaulArnau, \ THIS 'K-STAIILISIIMENT hay in the cily of St. Augustine on the that Monday of .n'
.. ',.. Medicit [ AWemen.F. Also, 350 acres belonging or supposed to belong & OFFICERS .::4 Ie
"' Chariot S Gobert, returned by William A For f-1L; ing undergone Thorough Repairs this I May next, the following described property or so HS.VHT c. CAREY
/:: gui* q. j : t to much thereof 8A will, jay the State and County taxes President WIU.UK Dl: WzLefr .
"tie City Charles office ward. I present season.- now ready for I'tet Preiidet. EDWARD P. Mcrciretr. ..
4 Clrlul Council Haager. I and the necessary expense due thereon fur the 9Yrftirer
reception ot Cwn/viny. FAMILIES ANDTRANS12NT
E. H.
at the CouncU'room. BcrtEKi
I Recording&cretmy 1 ft.
belonging or supposed to belong yearl85Iiowit:
Ale 1000 ,
,Cit Mcrrta und Clerk he Market,: F. P.- BOARDERS can ,have spacious GEORGE\V.DKWET &e.00 .
if Correxpcndig .
to:N. Harris, returned by.John Fonune.Also 3CO acres 3d rate land 1 assessed to Nicolas! ?an- '
Ferreira. : I j = 1 Apartments. chez 25 of !
being private
!section purveys township
J.( PORT -'VARDENS. ,) t 555 'acres belonging r" uppostd'to belong f- Rooms, Airy, Clean, 'and Neat-, 4,, south of range 29 hat, being in St. Johns Coun. MANAGERS : ,illr. ,

\ C. Zjlttra. Cherlei Haager' Jo:. E. Pom rr. to.the heirs 'of .Low. / lieu iUclf fiiruislied bRud oDlelr.-, adjoining lands of Estate of Robot :MicLIer, and 'JOlt!) Sartain Charles '.o;p.n. James S. Wallace: ;-

t Also,.900 acres'belonging or .upposeI to belongto Nothing Wanting Estate ofETJeukes.Unless'taxes Charles Macaleiter. E; II. ,Butler Henry S.Paner. I: I"
I ,AUCTIONEER. Robert Marine, returned by B A Putnam f The House is \well known os being re'cnlly and 'exi>enses are paid before the 'on. :M. U., Charles G Lvland, William D. Lew. j
1 '.0. Center, F. P. Ferreira and J A. Strischa.i I Built, Expressly with a view, .to tho nccom- diy of sale.!. it-. Joseph. D. te"Drt.\I.. D.. Hilwin R f v.w.Fdward .
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-- Also 810 acres belonging 'or suppowd to be.i '
od art ion of. InraliJs nnd others P. Mitchell."John S. Hart/A.; 'jlT
1 I' I IIi B A. Put- .entirely I It. B UAKUVA, surrin and cx-otr. 4
MERCHANTS.. John Wlliams returned by I
long to P built of Wood!, ,with Rooms connecting, Fold ", Tax Assessor and Collector, s. J. c. JamesJRycry J Cb.bom.. .I'
Barlinparae ite Hawk of St. I IJ ,
1 and Treasury Lane. ; -Corner, George nam. Tux Collector: o. C' ing Doors, &c., which :tenders4 i it Free from I Nov i. 1851. .',' I .
SIMPSON, Sheriff and I UJombor. for the Year -
Btrrouglt E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealerin Jan 3l5t, 1852. _ ] Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows I Tax CoUcc lor'' Sale. Will rec;If.', for iae'i Q' 3Crjpia of'Fiv&Dvuai. .
firat quality Family Groceries oUt! kinds, LIquors TiiCo1tcctors L Sale.BY I1 through, opening on Piazza Promenade Two B y virtue of t the power vested in me by law I a print ofHUXTIXGTON'rf "

&c., No.2 East side Charlotte Street, North law, Hundred Feet. Protection from Rainy, CoRl I have levied upon and will rxpre for saleat

,, .-c ,of the Pwblie ak. I virtue,of the for power tale before vested in the me Court by Honne.t Wimls.&c.i forming a desirable RETKEAT from' Foit Cajirnn. on Indian River St Lucia county "I('ii R T'ANA. ANDCHILDREN" J' il.' .-,,

9 ,Ueo.'ge Burt: "Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry expose ? of July next confinement at ull seasons of the year.. :t (there bc/ngno Court house io said county) on the ,
door at oh the first Monday I II
Goods, West aide of Charlotte, street, a few ,door I, the JUcllohville described, of land or HO much I The House is situated 'facing Soji() in central first Monday' of May next, between the usual hours Ensrared I JOSEPH ANDREWS flj .:
following tract '
I I and retired from other Dyvcllinss.\ I of ink, the described f land AND THB COMPANION -
North 'of Treasury Lane. 1. thereof will the taxes due thereon the Slate I position, following tract t> or so f"
: Seth) M. Walenan. Wholesale and Retail dealer of Florida and pay Orange for the year 1851 The House contains 45 Rooms;'with adVition- much as will pay the Stats and Jaunty Taxes as- A print of HuntiHsioH'* "MERCY8 DBEA31.\

.in Dry Goods and, Groceries. Grocery store on the i, to witt County al Parlours, Dinintr, Setting, itootns.'nnd con. tes ed thereon for the year If5liz : Engraved by A. If. RITCHIE, 'rrUJ Fsrl! ;

: l ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods .I -0350 acres assessed to Thomas Fitch being in veniences in general For Accommodation cannot II !z I 00 acres of on Island known at IIutchinFon* Or the choice of any two of the Fn lowing' ,:'

,; Charlotte street opposite Misses Pinkhams.Mititt tore'l.. a&tion36, 39, and 42. Townships 14 and 15, be surpassed. Inland, situated in said county of Su Lucia bounded Four Splendid Eogra'lup.'f.,

6tf N.. .Pinkham. Dealers in range 32. J, SIMPdON, Sheriff and The well earned Reputation: (life House on the North .by Indian River Inlet, un the T'rx : :'I, .J J

Good., &e. opposite the Planters Hotel on: East Jon 3.1 1852. Tax Collector. has from Year to Ye.tr acquired! will be thi.I'ropriclress South by St. Lucia Inlet or Gilbert Car, on the 1.-JO Ksox's, INTERVIEW wixn MART Qcrtx i., ,

aide' Charlotte! street. TO_POSTMASTERS.POST ,Mrs. DA Vis liim-to'Rlistain, arid Fast by the Atlantic Oceau, and ou the West by SSOTSPIanUd by Leiitze, l-vsractd ijr&rtaitfv OJTV II
Pedro Benet. Dealerln Groceries Provisions,&c. Indian River.nl'ltssetlngail1ollt Major F. WoodbnJge 'h '
fur the liberal Patronage heretofore she 2.-Rt'TII.AfD Boa Painted by
returns Rat"rrinl.EIofrml !
OFFHK 8'.I'AlUPS.THE and F. M. Robinson
comer of Cona and St. George street. hcrthonkL' residents. Unless the taxes 03.Mtucy's '
Manuel Cretp'o. Dealer.in Family stores, ProviJons undersigned, Postmaster at Pleacant Grove thereon and coats are ptid before the day of tale.AUo. DREAM bvStrtqin

; .. &4.,corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets.. : : Co. Maryland, was the first person In The Table tvill be supplied with choicet 3JU acre of laivl', (the same being 'n put ,Paired; ffuiitfiistoJiEagrtted -* j'

F. 1. Qviney. Watch maker and'Jeweler, on the U. S. who conceived, and undertook extensively Game, Oysters, Turtle.Fish, Ducks, Venison, of a Grant of 13.000 acres made' by the Spanish by Ritchie. ,
George street nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. j to publish the idea of supplying ali Plt.officu with Turkeys and Shell Fish, whi h at (his time I I Uorernmcni to Eusebio Maria Gomez on the 12th .-CHRIS MAX A A'fD'Un CRlr.nJ .t.Painted *y Jfrfcr** 1

I no*. Neltjn. Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, cheap stamps. All'stamps made by' him are war our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or I I I July 1818) situated in said county of ':t Lncia 'on \ tiugton,Engraved. by Aadres.nJaeopyofthe .' ,

.Hats and Dry. Goods, east side of Charlottee street, ranted' equal or superior to any other that can be more Hunters, sporting 'cxcl sn'cly' for this an Island lying b'twetn Gilberts Bar and Jupiter f J i

corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. I procured at the same price, and whenever any are ,House. I Caranif known as Jupiter luau' except 80 acres lying Philadelphia Art '17 u 1071 Reporter,4 !

Lawrence Andteu. Tailor Charlotte Itreet, tent out in any way defective orun.atisfactorydu- Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Tishing :'! on tlle-WHltiJ.of Jupiter Narrows belonging to monthly pampmleteontaining a report of the traw-" 1

near the Fort. j plicates shall be forwarded, on notice, without Tacklc Boats for Excursion, Sic. i: the Estate of F_ AI.K. Uorri*"alato. dec used .or .?Q actions of the Institution, and iaformatloaecrtbe. **
,; : Join Uiina. Boot] maker,, harlotte street near charge. All who order a set of stamps. wrr cusico- Very Respectfully, I'f much thereof as will pay thi State and County.taxes tnihjeetofthe FlneArt. r I 1

: ,tbe City Hotel. I FOR DATES, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty picees- PROPRIETRESS. .\sseF8ed.&heoIlJ for the ',years 1849 ,'1850 and 1851. THROUGHOUT, THE_ WHOLE. WORLDS q
Michael Nelligan-Cabinet MakerCharlotte shall be kept In stamps adlibitum. : : unless the taxes therein'arid costs are paul' befuru the kX- I : '

street,U low .nrperance Hall. I 1 Address "Post .Master, Pleasnt Grove,AUeghany N. B.-It is the wish of the Proprietress day o(. sale. C. L. BRAYTO.V, Sheriff Ex. Offi. The Art Union of Philadelphia. ownnU pr.feshkt i :

/ ** Jlf..iief. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near I Co. Md._._L that the Servants attached Tax Assessor and Collector its own CartiJeatet with which ,original \mrricl..y ,'j'

the North Gate of the City. 'I Tax Collectors StdeBy to the House nhpnld be civil, attcn-' Jan 31, 1852. States, at the option andselecuoa of
t" virtue of the veafed in law I Ave, and obliging. thepeistf alt; J
; TMe power obtain
miiard SowHng .
: th
a '
Alley. Ora Howard, may prize nt \
.Howard Built : expose for sale before the Court House CAR.MiCIIA AND OSGOOD'SDREDGING 1axoIIectors Male.y I AGunal ? .t"
ings,Market'square. I DbtrJbntiou .
Jfcttlrirc door at 3/ellonyille! on the first Month y of July 1i1CII-INE. virtue.o( the power vested .in rue by Law ''WJrich takes '
: Jlltj. Liquor and
; Refreshments, 'by B place on the :
\' I I I 'F.BridierCi.f Hotel.' next, the following described tract of land or so ,,In. underssigned havc been, appointed agent*' I: shall expose fur ,safe before the Court House Jail in Uniting o//.k/i/- 7 () \,

,,4 ;' Philip Gome*. Retailer Liquors, Refreslunents, i much thereof will piv.the taxes due thereon the _H_ of the owners of,his invention,and,would recommend 'I at MeliohviHe! on .the first Monday of July next, thefollowing THE EXECUTIVE erlry Year. ..,*
i .&..,.Charlotte street, opposite Bridle,'. Bowling State of Florida and County of Orange for the it to Contractors, Companies, or Indiruluals, I Jtiscribepl tract of land or BO ranch threof ; trOMJinTEE: OPT:
1. Alley, r year 1851 to wit : who are about doing work ot the following description ns will pay the taxes due thereon the State of: i ART: UNION.' ;
I II : I 100 acres'nssessed to Josrph M Hernandez in ,viz: Florida and County of Orange for the year 185I> .When so request,select works of;\rt.without eJwr

I i 1f 'i i STAGE OFFICE. J' I section 43. township 14, range 32, south and east.J. Extensive drainage of Swamps ,;Marshes, and Sugar to wit': or coinpenaation from their :: _. ,

I ,Oe.u Pitoleta Mail Stage. Brldier's City SIMPriON, Sheriff and Tax Collector o. c. I'lantations. 300 acres of land assessed to ernarJo Segui 'PREB' GALLERY! ; 210 th1E3NUP STRFZ7 1 1

LHltd. : jAn 3, 1852. Building Levees around Plantation, n or Towns, being in section 44. township 15, range 33,south 'or tiwse persons iu the country, who may live remote -4 1

i ., : 1 Opening Channel way and removing Dan at the and east on Ifallifat River- from Galleries:or public[ exhibition* of the I I j
4B !
: Tax Collectors! Sale. and Harbors -- -. ,. J. and TJX Fine Arta.xSuWnptioris
CHURCHES mouth Rivers ; SIMPSON Sheriff Collector! o. r.jsn ,
JZonem Catholic C!'CA. North side Monnmensquare. shall virtue of the for power sale before Vested the in me Court by 1ai I Making Canals through tf wamps,marshy. or sandy 3, 1863 t.. ; -. d '
expose of"nw \
'ewfifpS) .ifa' b Mtef
ground. J"H .
I door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July TO LAIWL I.LJ' 'I' lt .
next water around Wharves and Piers. aa early as practicibl! in to eititlmembersfy
South aide Monument Deepening
Episcopal Cktrch. : ? '
square. the following described tracts of land or Tnlnzible Tracts of Land for alc.THK .
so channel thro Lakes and RI,. early namb M othe -Rep mer
Prerkyterl Ckurek. On St. George street, Keeping open way gh whje will bj foftGr
thereof the due thereon ot the several
as will'pay tares the subanber Agent
State as owners
Bonth,of the a i ten removing Rails or snoken Logs, tearing warded, upon the receipt of the to- *
?quart ; I I Florida and County of Orange to wit: ; upRoots f for sale some xf the most valuable IanJ.L $ of the money, any part'
Cvrekf St. I of Trees, etc. country. 4 _
Mtttod EpiKopal George *
street .
: Nine Tenths of 41,000 acres of land granted in East Florida, 't.lt :
Bear the Magnolia Houso I To pe:Ions desirous of improving waste Lands br The Honorary Secretaries will'give receipts fcr
Joseph Deleepin opodte Morrats I.tllnd, Indian I 800 acres valuable hammock UndWfst ofFIem-
I drainage thU machin can be. be recommended tba" subscriptions remittances maybe rmde
.4- t I, JUver. doubled taxed from .the.ll'aJJ 845 to and including i.ngtoflknown as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co.,, to
L TERMS OP COURT, EASTERN CIRCUiT 181 "" -- only one.adapted to all the purpose necessary ;'l GEORGE W. DEWEY I
: 1 1To 11 00
acres near the'Alachoa Savanna, Down as
OF FLORIDA., 1 Uulew taxes and expenws are paid before day ot ..- those who are building repairing Canah. or the Carey Grant S ,' / .. Cormpoadi'W &crttll11.J'SIO
trance 1'&... I ule.1 I., SIMPSON Sheriff'and drains Ii; will be foond of fratnVnse value, as ft will t[ '1400 acres In San Felasco Hammock hear New- Chesnut Street Fhilndelphia .

"For the Counties of Orange and St. Laeie, it Mel I Jan. 3d. 1652 2.ut Collector' n, cs, deepen the Cnnal,'andat. ,the same time form an em ansville. known as the Lawipn Laodr JUST R.'cei\'rd per brit, Watt WitckS ,

lonville, on lh first Tuesday in. April and on the. bankment or '>. Several thousand acres good inch fn the Arr -: from' Now; York a, full assort*-

third Tuesday before the first Monday in 'OTfID. Tax Collectors Sale. -I This machine I is used with either hors or steam dondo Grant : nint GroccricfProriion ansi Shelf Ouods*
ber lunch and every year. / r J B Y virtue of th. power vested in me by law I I power which can be Increased to'any exte-t. .7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Au- BUckwhortf.StewnrtV. Sjrrap, CraaberrieMr* ,

For the county Putnam.,at Pilatka,second Tuet- I shall expose frr sale ,before !he Court house i iI They are now in successful operation in alt parts of gcstine:known as the-Bulow Plantation having .800 pc! ,. Potatoes, Onion*; Cnbbnge Chwi

daynApril. >. i I door at Mellonville.on the..firsIanl"y of April next i :h*county,and maybe seen at Charleston, South Car. acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton. Butter Lard Pickirt. Pt *
For the coun'y of Marion,at Ocala ourth Monday the'following described tracts of land or ro much. olinia; avv Yard, Pen ocolaand on'the Canal between And several other bodies of hammock land liarnsf&icon.Pork Crycs, Crackc,

,of April. t : i: i I thereofa. will pay the tuhs due thereon the tate' I GaJveston: and San Louis. navigable waters. on 13 Beam, &c.. ,*

: For the.counties Ahichua and. Levy.at. New 1 of Florida! and County of Orange, for the year 1S51, By application to J. S. tfECOR. Esq:. our Ag nat The title are unJoubted and terms low--Applv r -.Dec r B E. CARR.r j *
..urille, first Monday in May. howit : Mobile for the State of Alabama and Florida -J
to CEO. R. ;FAIRB-NKS Fresh
of Columbia at Alligator, on the I of < dm win. ? oftheinai.litn....<><>fin. k.._ ......, _.;.>.i. :_r_'!_ t $flppIIeii ;
For the C01l&-, I 144 ncros Jnn boing part of. a tract 'sfl, --- ----0 -- ---- ---- -- luiurraai 1ISto'the I Feb_ _28. 852 g L Angnstin:,Florida. JUST received per schiv Mar Ann (tOOl;
seco.d Monday of May. 520 acres the'Cftnte oft Anton Ponce : cost,etc, ,- ? .
I North Preserves Pickle dee. .. tho .fnllnmin._ ...:/.i.- -. .
For the .flt.ao'it Nassac C H. the July 12th 1851 ---- --- UIMW1V9* T
cotnl/ >on. Smyrna Barr, doubled taxctl. Cracker I.
Butter HrnJ
I GILBERT Fruits alHrttd-Phuna.Pucht'., Urd, Bacon.Chee
Wednesday before the fourth Monday May & 8ECOR New York PRESERVED l
j I For the county of ,Dnval, at Jacksonville the I Also, 232 acres of land on iho Knst aide of Tooth Powder Qulncea! Pine Apples, (:or- Jiatoes. Onion. Tens, Sugars Fjoui'; .'J{

fourth Monday rf Mar. Lake George.suppon-d! to belonjr to Domingo &c. rants, Oranges Figs, Strawberries. Cawrnta and Collie Bsnn.- 8pies.: $oap> Broomr '"a

) For the County of SL, John's, at St. Augustine I Acnsta, in sccUon ,38, u\vji&hip 13, mngc 27, D r.TotthbrusheaColocoe Cleveland* Tooth Powder, Englifh Guava Jelly, Vermacilli. Macaroni .Jfet Oil. Corn Oats, Bran.l "fun.er., Ale, ,flraud/
Water French I
Soap! Almonds, Madeira Nut,. Filbrita Pea Nuts, assorted Wine. .
Orange Lcrnorw
,on the second Mtndty June. u"FAIL j double taxed. Camphor! Soap, Honey Soap.,aborted Perfumes'Philieome :: ,. ;
C.-ndy.Roek. Candy. Citron. Rnujru, Casa Bay Ratwns Tunw
For the counties Orange TCRX.and St. Lucie Tuesday I Also 166 67-109 seres of, Inml on Iht" cast Oil, Bears Oi!,toilet Powder fine sponge' Rum Congress 'Vater, Cordials rrwa ci. Gin rrPrestn't. rinds: &c.. ""s B. E..IARlG"j <

before the firstMbndar of November. I side of like (;leorge in section 47,nn.13S. urno > I Hair Dire. J.'ose.tu, J/Iiitary Shaving Soap, i .. Spanish ,Olives, Champaign, Claret. Li. "- CbOC8T..lquon..c. -4 f;

Forthe county Putnam, at Pilatka, 'the second '' e ot Richard Strap. Brushes Roger's rfuraary, Jockey Clcbb. quors--Flri,':\ Grits. Sardines, Fresh 11d- hU' .4
&c. Also Q 1follad
doubled! an sttortment ef>Roger's &. Worten- Salmon, Pickles, Capers, ( Y. : .Gin. Munnngsae
taxed. Sap Sago.
Tuesday before the first Monday of November. i Wcichtman, Spiel, Fancy F r rVhi.keTi'lmb
icm's and
Forthe county of St. J hn'I, oh the' fiNt'Monday .J SI.MPSON.; Sheriff and Cnterf! Fanfy, rote and Path letter Prperl i Soaps, Crackers Andersons Fine cut Tobacco, My.. f.ltamtp.agne r otdi.GO. 'Arq and, Jo? ,
I ten1 :Wi
airetatiby J
B ,11a n'. do. Sherry it
3d CARR. ers Honey Dew Tobacco, & .
November" j jan 1652 C\Utctoro.C', .* a ,, N ,; !9 ; a* retail.B. E- CARR. rordo. ,CJn.ts3" Watt C,idiTCaiet w.'(- .

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