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: April 3, 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: UF00048575:00081

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.: Jtl' B9Jj : Translated .the fatepf! ;jhelr. come'npjMb I Once upon a lirne, a long lime ago.whnn
j' .. JUD' ,.,Ji '. /:; t .nJnr i".ta\brid\ ;,\' : No I \iarmer. ',ever" jrufll-red, balfas.rnuohTromtTh mand '"ii, rcoattof .. Irina we as' 1e Jt .. t _
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L be inserted ,at OKIDOLL ,, Andeyesul LJ'ue. bqrKnr He ban often persecuted good .. fully came under the above appellation" 'being
f3ADrxsTtecxixrrs: subscribers :Into; slopping our paper his The subsequent loss of Mr. Boyd's vessel seven feet high and inado in proportion. His
,: ** per aquare of 12 lines OE under, for the first. She held.a pcbbfe In her hnnd, known fondness for winch/is so great, that if is described in the same paper frmivhich prowess was well knownnnd acknowledged

' i nstrtion, sod EtvticTY-Fivi CIHTS for each IUbat. 1 And then in circles gloe we had only a dollar per annum for the last the above, acount is taken. for many miles round ; but there was one thing

'4joe.nl IDa ndOD. A deduction wiUbe made for nollcea Tb$w jUnr out| into the stream' four years from the l legion to which is great, that grieved Barney above little, namely lha t

inserted for six months.5T And laughed. fil me. that if we I had only a dollar per annum for [From the London Tunis. he could get no one to stand before him in his j
) i the last four years from anything that money .FRANCE AUSTRIA AND SWITZERLAND. own country. Now ufa 'certain 0
: All advertisements rauat be paid for before Thft golden fishes divided report spoke
; referring As fast the fell away could accomplish, rendering our paper corres The suspicions we havo already expressedas -, ian: in Scotl.mdWho. was laboring under the
: in nloD.anlta by a regular customer. By And spreading pebble circles vexed, the .ponUingly valuable, 't... : ,.. to the policy which the government of like grief and fur precisely the sumo cause ;
r to our terms the requisite um may be ascer 'Will gentle soll. 'waves It is just qv.easy.. to>> refuse- the loan c( .n France ana Austria are disposed, and possibly therefore, Barney, nter.consuhtng', his friendson

4s1neJDa trantmitted with the advertisement. newKpaj! .as is to refuse the loan of an axe, prepared'to pursue towards ibo Swiss..Confederation the subject, lent a challenge to the Scotch ..

Advertisements not marked with the nomxt "Fair! : child," I Jhought 1c. 'how.blest in.life,. wheelbarrow. or servau1. under a cover i>f a demand for the expulsion giant, to "come over to .lnndJund gel tho '
fr; \ of Insertions required will be continued until If thu. thou>> scftltcr wide, tFronhIe MMi HHMB tf- of certain political refugees, ore corroborated 'xonccit taken our of himself." After iho duo J

forbid tod charged for. . f Tim. cnres and sorrows thou shall meet, Alia California.] I from day to day by the information time iho bearer ot the challenge returned Will
r: 00I On everr jBidc.fF! t lIlUlIUER OF AIR. BOYD we receive from the cbntinen. Thereis, great word' that it hail been accepted, and further
Debtors and Creditors : 87 ,.; *: Mos ol oHfcltizen's iho'visIt of I ,
Notice to I recol.ect
t i : reason ,to apprehend that a, posi lye arrangement staled that he Vas advised to inform Barney,
Application for Letter of Administration.. 5 00,, \ Full many .glnismn(} ycnrs.had fled. thin plact, last prlng, ,of the beautiful yacht and perhaps a secret convention, has that be had better make his will, get his coffin

I 'U7 Ail religions notices will be inserted gratni. When fatoify; me beguiled, Wanderer' ,owned commanded by an adventurous been concluded between the two powers, on made, &c.as be,that he was about to encoun
4 And bent my ste'ps towards the, Englikh getleman.. who, possessed of ter
tout,. bridge the terms proposed by Austria to Franco in the never left bw work half done.
I be Where SAl the All bills for Job Priming must paid ondie
f JST In about the world in litilc
roaming his elegant "
\ these demands upon tfie falural government ,an'1 did, said the .
delivery of the work.YT '! the arch hid felt decay vessel. )J Ir. Boyd bad sailed m almost every by military operations, beginning "Whai is he like"? interrogated messenger.th5 giant.

AH letters onburinefs.and communications- The str'nrri nytiver grown, sea, and visited ull tho principle ports of Europe with a blockade and ending with partial: occu- "Faiih,,Barney, avis, hu'slike. any tiling at .
malt be rest I'AID0 reeehre attention. .' i ,ClmrseJ.mndl'o. j the spot where .once, I and Asia, and had dropped into our harbor pation Had such demands: been limited .to all bul'u mortal being." 4

The. .pebble. .bo, e. for the purpose of refitting for andlher mere measures of precaution against individuals "ilufor big u 'lie ?" saidf Barney.looking hay i

t making provision And 'mid the darkness of the cruise: .. in Wanderer.- His ..vessel was visit. suspected practices dui erois to nci h. thing bulFiileuseiJ. at the description of has rinL .
Ordinance night, eJ! by many uf our citizens,and the luxury with > ,, .. "
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A'R of the City offit C And' 'mid the, boring-governmc ls, there be little!
for tae CWUIC furious storm, I
I hch: every appointment and provision abou: thai the Swiss would have I UfW big is he did 111
.Ancnalac for Hie year I511.Btitvrdtintd With arms toised to heaven there continued as they you say? Faith, bo'.
*f ,I.iliffOf' and Aldermen cj stood j up her was made, betokened a life (passed in elegant have already doneto promote, by all the mcaps as Jig us the ould t 'ver lUrnini-the dour, an' IL

t a, Citt of StAeu9tint, in Council A..tmlIltd, A woman's (urm; adventurous>> and profitable case. in their power, the removal of a class of persons a hcaa nu' shoulders like Father M Gurney'd t tr
That tor the purpose raWng supplies for the year 'We arepainvd lo learn, by Ih6 recent arrival to whom it neither honorable nor use burt, an' by nil'accouuts ho'Il oil you alive. LI

one thousand rlcht bunared and fifly.two. the ul- Then lh.JI' cry nfwUd! despair, < (rum Sydney, thai Mr Boyd has fallen a victim ful to afford an asylum in the heart of Europe. r Barney t/egan tu fuel rather uncomfoitable
: lowing Taxes shall be assessed, levied and collected Il plunged beneath the wave;,: to his insatiable thirst for adventure. But the notes lately.addressed to the Federal nt the prospect before him, and straightway IJj

$ that t. 101181 : And foaming whirlpools gathered o'er Among the savage cannibil tribes of South I Council by ,iho two powers go much further. went iu consul bit: wile, us what was to b.*
t Oa every able bpdieo1 slate belonging to reaidenta Tbe lonelygrave. Sea Islands, whither he had gone on a tour ol 'rner are derogatory,- aol almost.insulting, lo I dune in the crClit of his rival proving to be Ihi
:"\ within paid City between the igea of fiftetn and j discovery'he has met a sad fate. The following the independence of Switzerland. They :im I: suclras Ins messenger bad repr 8CDt J. \V ,Ito II

;, fiftyfive\ years Tutlt tud a katf tt.'". of this IllIfnrd.\ny, wlm fearful eye, particulars of his death we copy from the : ply u denial of the rights of neutrality and inviolability thC}' wero thus: engaged one of the children.
On every slave belonging to a nonresident. For memory"coilld but own Sydney Morning Herald of November 35: guaranteed tu the, Helvetic Confederation 1 cnmu running in and exclaimed '

/ Slate fur hire or tervlce. Free Ten Dollart.On of color, male The child hnd flurj)* himself where fell MuKDERor iftt. BEHJAMIS BOYD.-We have by the act of the' 20th November, 1815. i "Daddy, CUIIKMU the duor and sen ihc great I J

} every able bodied of person fiftetn and fifty-five The sparkling stono. ; with much regret lo announce the death bf They assert, in terms which can hardly be ; big man that's Doming down the hill I7 .
!!' or female bt'tWtfnbe4&t1 the hands of the natives of the Solomon Islands! I
" : mistaken, the intention of tho great powers to j Barney peeped through iho chinks of the I ::1
Dollar I .
?i. years Tvo wheel cams drawn by A TF.RIUILE: 'rRAGEDY.e of Mr. Benjamin) ,Boyd. dictate to their smaller neighbors conditions dour,.wcJ tu his great tenor saw lh% monster.
pleasure ge ,
On every two % are indebted M '. the Louisrillo Courier Mr. Boyd hud touched Ihe Sandwich and
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One DoUar. of internal goY r 1tnent based. un their own.po-I A look wa enough to satisfy him that his
one On horse four wheel Carriage drawn by oar horse, to n vnlurd friend for the followinr tie-,. other inlandsfrom \\'Iucj) plaqt.hG hod shipped .utica! systems and convenience. If we n Inpnfeogerjfaad not uxitggerairii Jiis account of
every ta1li -of one of the bloodicsf'and .mostdrndV natives 'Heihen 'dedjojihe.eignty ,. .
seamen. proce -* ": 'raordivnary b p bnd lu'r"1p- .f" \ r "
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"0, W3 ,5J |'M jiLi M. wt t ( p and' uownfffttmEfitp -'iht: ..2.f'...: ,,:I... r earr' .. "A LiJt-ASTM. (Kr7)f) March 14. or right IIf one or two of these islands, thought,.have not beendinguisej byjheivrunctigovernment : -rnu-uirii1aist 10 drum your poor urlol.1P'
I'n'On. AvKf JOmmi hone kept for hire :and ether horses not Lnst evening, hhotii 5 o'clock, Russell tor the purl'ose'ores1nblf the head quar- when called upon to explain the I When Shula heard ttionpprouchot ttu coming

every labor FijI Ct.''. Hill, rl1inh Hill, Frederick Hill, nn-Jtwnor. lersofa Papuan Republic. lie had been on policy it appears to pursue ; although if such 'foeand her lord's utter inability tu wage war

'ltr'ptlnripllttr'or{, 2. D. it f artier ordained. For every License thne b iyn, ,on,fpf liniah and Frederick, shore oar these islands previously shooing doclrmes are allowed lo pass unnoticed and with olla so far superior: strength and size,
,F; to have or keep any and every Cart Pray Wagon were returning homo from Teelnr villef ncrompanicd birds. On the morning of the 15th of October, unresisted, they will lead not only to the de- she concluded thut it wAs only by some piece
I" or Caniage of either ;>rtcriplion for the pnrrore by Dr. O P. Hill, of this. place. in coasting along one ol the islands he noticed slruciion of iho independence of ;"Switzerland, ![ of woman wit that her, husband: could escape .
(orcerryingor tranfporting for hire or rcwnrd.Goods Just as thfpnrly got opposite to a tobacco tn intel, or I'ovu, und at half-post six U-A the but to a suspension of public law and national from ihu affair v>ith'Jut dishonor, and ..accui :- I
j: Ware ,or Merchandise or any other property from house, (which had, been fortified) on Scott'c Wanderer in his bout for the inlet, accompa- freedom in all the weaker States of Europe. I i dinghy 1 she, gently lilted the :chid: out of the
ClDI place to another within this thy at the rated Fork of $uenr Crerk hey were' fired upon, rued only by u native boy uhora he had engaged They amount, in other term, to a repetition I cradvl, depositing: it .un the bed :in the inner ..
r.- 81t DoUare per annum. and Russell Hill) fell :mjprtally wounded. His at Ocean island //u took with him of the detestable maxims which led to the partition I room, n.ade the taihi r get in his place and r
:t 4 3. Se it further attained Tliat sections, two, brothers and nephews hastened to his flsi%. His double-barreled gun, with his belt containing ot Poland, and, more recently the extinction covering bun with a quilt, gently s'a"eil herself :
f three,four, six. rtYrfl end eight cf the for Ordinance' lance. The fin from iho house si-II) incrcaa. wadding and shot;and he led orders to gel of tho independence of Cracow, wih: and resumed her work. :Aliera :ew mu- ';

: making provWon for the expences, and pawed pay the ngUiedebtaof lap he remarkedYoiic-m: do mo no good, breakfast ready, as lie should return very this important difference and aggravationllmi menls in walks'the cuuu of all ihodisru: bance,

i' the City (IC:!I.and AugnHine also aecliona, two boys ; they have kllltdjme\ ; .'0 the best you .orily. On jo ng over the side of the vessel, hereofore the voico Fianco has (loudly and demanded an interview i with the giant. IJ
"!'. third day of March 1M3 Ordinance provision can," and rxpirrd,. ThHill" then charged he told favorite native, whim he called protested ngain such actions as gross infractions : Shel.i,after inoiiunin* with her band fur hmto \:
:three fortl aad fiur of the Cityof St.. Augustine p s- upon the house, nnit,) Iwunh Hill was killed Friday,*' not to allow any of thu natives ol of the public law of Europo while she k't'p! quiet walked gently ucros* the floor

4: ted the epanseiofthe sixth day January 1651. and all otheror- juit as ,he was .grtiingover the fcnc -. The the i.-land to come on board as rher.were very is now likely to becomu: party' to u similar to where be stood, mid in n under tone old JI
re ,cUeanea and of ordinances, that ran be tp'piled door of toe house was Iprcod by she rcmnin- treacherous, would ttke the murder projl!cl. If such maxims arc to prevail over him Baincy had gone out to the woods. The I
;;-' In aid of parts iheprov ions uf this Ordinance.except Ing Hills, and the' fight, continued with short all hands if they hud un opportunity.( After the rights ol internal sovereignty and independence giant itifuimed her that ho intended wailing
? inch as may.be inconsktcnt with thK b. and arms and bowie knives. ,Jno Sellers was shot Mr. Boyd left, canoes full (If the nutives came which the smallest Stale is jut as much hi, rciuiu. 'Very well," said ,shein", "only
tf he,-ouie are hereby declared 'to be in full force.rPasicdin bv a son nr Isaiah lull!,. 12 or 14 years of round the Wanderer, but trey/ wrre kept off. entitled; to exercise and enjoy as the greatest don't make a wurd of uoi
; tottncn.Decenib.t; 6, 1851.GEO. ,, go. und fell and exp rod, nftrr havinir re- Firing was heard several times, but i it was supposed there is an end to tho guarantors; which the you ; fur there's nothing makes him inure

t L. PIIILLira, Mayor. I ccivcd other she's through the. head Wm.Crivmnn thai !Ir. Boyd was merely prorurng I lessor Stairs owe their existence. There I h an furious than lo hear the child ryan".w1J u hu .
. Attert, wit shot by the saim* .,boy when in specimen of the birds of the island.One! o'clock" end of that local liberty dear lo many on ancient comes bum ." '
Lt CHAS.HAAOfR.CJerkofihe: Couucil. ]I the act. of tubbing Frederick Hill with a came, but ho was not seen coming tiff to break- city and sequestered district of Europe, By this time the giant had seated himself

.- '- bowie knile.. .Crkmnri. L .died. having.. ,on. his. fast he l large goi.g :wus therefore sounded, before the l.ememlous, organization of modern a bench and was quietly surveying the apart-
I: II Ordinance nil addition to nu I body one pistol b snot and ony-inree y** wounds wlin tho natives i in.their canoe around the despoism: swept every thing before it. A combination -1. meal j' but when his: eyes rested.uu the crudel,

'4 Ordinance relating lo tile I"o. inflicted with n knife. jA: ..manb.J the name VCi-icl appeared; to dcndo and jeer at iho endeavors of two or mire>> of the great powers 'with a look of unutiering 'astonishment! he
flee 01 the Cily of Nt Anjfastluc.Bt and of ofAlverso ,nnd another( by thn name otfhtmutI to signalize those on shure, made un' may annihilate every thing- that displeases asked what was in it ? "1'i it !"-criek Snela: ,

ordained by the Mayor if Aldermen" or Sellers, (uf the houi4 i,"riy,) were. slight indescribable hissing noise, and s :id somethingin them and reign as absolutely beyond their don't you ce it's the child Chat's in it; an'
l tit City of Auguttine, Th t be any committed p i>on or ly wounJct. ;f i their l language which M\ *. Boyd'a n.tlhe frontiers as within them. Switzerland ever Hjav. help you if)ou wake, him ; the cray-
wan commit tu
aid pcnoos be concerned in committing cnuf trerpaaa "p- T-.vo of tiC bovi '(Uills) were wounded seamen translated to bq "long slerp-while shares for u lime the fate of Poland the Sardinian iffur duln'i Jet a wink-ur sleep lost'ni.bt with

- -. on or lot, garden,grove ur plantation within i'i' witlj riOt -ltots, mid r..e ol "them, u mere man dead,and would not come back." I dominions and the kingdom of Belgium, .he two buck tttcth be' cutting The'giant
City any of St. Auguetinf, orrpon enyfiuii ti"*e.l ltrub. bflvI Iwsin a critical cohditi'ib. This dreadful intimation made the white and 'equally guilty of the crimes of, parliamentary with it look of terror and astonishment, asked
i pery, p\pnt\ vine or vrpetsbl growing; in oi'> Or. Hill tins not arrnt'd' '11m) I understand! native Clew ot the Wanderer frantic At the govtTunienl und..liberal institutions, may until what size the tiber was I "F.tiih an' I can't

T fUel,lot;gulden, prove or r1I1 \uic.In.or shall be concerned drtl| not p.irncipilc; :; jut! the conflict. He was same moment the natives in the canoes tried Spate the sam calamities. Europe has yet ictl-you, fur 1 never nmasuiel, him, bat that
j in desttoying or carrying owjiy any fiuit, considerably in atlvunt'c of the party when their utmost to board1 Ihe vessel I. wing their lo I learn Ihe consequences ol that frightful, ( accident ga so i (pc'm."ing lo.tho end I) woen the father .
! vegetable or thing of vnhir jjicwing tlieiin$ : ucb the notion$ commenced. lie is now with ihwoutnlc.l club, Vpears, and round stone in/long// slings: which converted Franc* from bcirig Ihe is angry, runs and h d rs himself in ore of
:- perron ClI persons (af free) .shall. ..vn conviction for no'' n parl.y have just left town to out the crew were prepared for tlif in and for ancient protectress of the free States around his b'lot" "Ltirdsuve' us tft excjaimed the
; '.' eatb offence, be subject to a tine nut es ceding ten ascertain further pnrlic lurlS. tuneutcly beat Hitm oft, killing obout Uyrnty her fomicrFo| the accomplice: uf their bitterest giant : "1 winn4 miud w.uuugtbu noo la sec,
;, 4o11rsend the couof piofccotion : and if a tlave The iibttVnmiiy not be entirely correct in live ot the cannibals at thu time. None ot the eliCm)'. I maun be gaun ; xude morning ; and so say

be or fchethall be liable to whipping nut exceeding dl lIul. I'Ut in the .main in tri t. Very hcarlilv crew) were injured by the spears hurled on lug he took tu his heels und never Ihuuht him
ten fcUipsand the like costs : And in every casa )'mirA. &c. deck. Some of the native crew wished to cat A BACHELOR'S Wz .-What a (pitiful thingan suit ftiife.uir.il he got among Hie hill of bu

.f conviction the 'offender .'allt.tand committed P. 8. Since writing! the above Dr. Bur. the bodies of those killed to gratify: the, ulmaslJimit old bachelor is, with his cheerless house, own CLuntrt ; 4 ?...... .. .
r 4t4altbe fine or penalty and mil costs i shall barer !I dell.ha* arrived from the und"nJ confirms< ) of their revenge, but the were restraint dbl und bit rueful phiz, on a tiller cold.ni(hi when

.fcen aiU5d eniJ.,p ld'lul That it shall not te law,* the news of 'Ibo death ot Russtll endasaiab the whi e. 'I'be blunders thin retreatedInto << .the fierce wincbjt blow, when the earth in COy TRIED 76 Bu>wHmsELr UP.-A Frenchman
:' t.i'JII't/"Atr'werchant riiop-leeper> ther person Hill Jphu.SeIlcra nnd Wm.'Cri.mnn.'' I their canoes, llnd collected in groups m'at i ercd wit!: a foot of snow. When his fire is out! resident in London recently conceived anentitely

. .: tffP"for .ny a vote or or dispose or a ,-coclCf".chAt. I M HMH B MMMEORROWKRS I the boucb. Th long guns of the Wandererwere and. with shivering, dread he slips'neuth the new style of scl Jt Weslruction.. lie firLbouhi
J.o .D I
OF: NEWSPAPERS. and ot his lonely bed. How be draws un in the market, extracted its
- teU,wares or merchandise on the Sabbath day or thl'n loaded with round shot grape,, sheets : up egg
:. '.carter or tell the Mine,shall OB conviction be find The' NUIlulk Beacon Ithufnits off this disinterested and discharged at them. Numbers were seen bis toes, all eqcas'-d in yarn hose, and ho buried contents, (by "suction,") and Tilled the shall

4 -lit tkeanra of tea dollars for every such offence, toceihet i cfass; of this" community, profiling to fall, and the wounded were carried own)'. hrs nose >ath the chilly bed clothes} that with uboai throe. uu1e3.itguapowder. Then
: with tbe costs of protecutin the ame.B I by the friiit of ttthfrs labor. After this the crew armed themselves and landed his nose anJ his toes still cased in }arn hose, going inioa Vt'ry crowded thor ulhfal -wo

,H /Kr&rrrf.ta, %That it shall not be lawful 'rho newspaper borrower |s generally *. and shot some more of the cannibal, the may not chance to get froze.-Then he puffs presume to give Chit tu hiS: t.: urpr..c-bu
I;: "' fcrtny perwa by himself, servant or agent to give, nlvay.*a man well' to do iu the world, citlmr remaindci tunning away, and then the crew and he blows, and says that he knows no mortal placed me infernal machine in hi* ino'utb! nut
-' ;teB.f bar'tr.to any NaTO or slaves! .- any vinous, engaged in trad",or living in olium cum digni- went in search of the remains on earth ever suffered such, woes and' with touched it ofTlu'fth a ,nscb.! Iplt'ad.how-
;'efWtous or intoxicating liquor wi bout an express ah's! and with oh's and with limbs so disposed ever of blowing hi4 head tu ntUf1t.tJ inp powder
tale on the interest nf his Ho is known They found only the of the skull of the
, la front the having the con- money.! top his i ..tori h stream 01I
" bcence writing person awake that neither his toes nor nose maybe whon i ignited merely poured
I as* 'wide' man ; ho docan't kub criboto murderer native boy who accompanied Mr.
tni efaftid ,!Uve or slaves, under the penalty of froze. to bit slumber in silence the bachelor flip.and amok? from ibe.aprturuin the shell.
I'; because he
a paper Las no time to read it Lloyd, at teats felt positive from its I
',( ,!,..,4oU;/a for nb and every otIen*. ulththe tut they appearance : In the morn, when the cock crows, 'but without doing any serious 'harm to ti&maii.
tho faint gi.es.
; In this
the he any*, anticipation of leisure it was his. Nrar spot were
y ..cfeU; and the informer shad entitled to one and the sun has just rose from beneath the bed Too astonuhincnt of the passers-by,1.i behold.
moments send fur his marks ot Mr. shoes which marks
neighbor's Boyd' were
, liatf cfaaidpenntty : and if the person or persona paper clothes the bachelor* noo and .as IOU ing a human'm"&.uih' suddenly become thu era.I ,
his early ever day arid keeps It until it is numerous the nurds, and around were the pops
-M o etdio2 ahftU be licensed shop keeper, or wind, ,
.a : L, when he hears how the 1 r of BU active volcano, limy bejmagincd.Tae .
called for. frequently replying t a a naked fool-marks of thu ;islander, Indicating may kUpp
- l'jM*'ealel license ahall be reroked.
nil froz taken law
the windows disappointed was
and man cusody
sets why
;: .7asedIaC.thtcUMsy26tb. 1831. to thut :effcct hat he Imin'i had time to read that hero must have been a desperate fight blows,
[ back 'ncuLh the clothes tint poor fellow a by thepohict', and con fey e-| to thu hoapital.
-. E.: B. GOULD,)JA10r. it{yet,.and sill send it back as soon as he before Mr. /Joyd was overpowered. They saw full well then hu pops know, iffrum that _
Altest, has dude tea. His fondness for news-wiper: plainly the deep i impressions! also of his knee: nose for ho'd
1 i.OtA H A A9BR.Clerk of ihe Council.TooikJPowder is like the fondness of u boy for 'the. Truu be and elb.iws wh "10 he had finally f. lien, and bed he rise t. pit: on life clothes who knows.that An rfef tit tAe 4 nlilwn lII.-lfr. Sain'l.:

-- ---- steals.-it cue U .crt-nl deal iweefer limn begets aso! marks of bloud. Nearly close! _tu ibis spot surely be frD1F.-Fro11l one I Q'rirle.ut rnobilt'' who purchased three'free
;j 'P>' \"- 1 &te. at: |u'mp-and ho U consequently fully was found the belt which contained the wad.; 1 negroes: from ..Bos'on lately 'condemnetl'lo.stavery -
t'! I .... i*'. CleYelalila.'. Tooth 'Powder EngUbLfaimaJjes. posied .,in tbonffuirs of the day, goes off in- ding, & -.. but it had been all used. They NEW BnxuB3 COB.-A .French paper of I very at lJiIvest'.n, T..xar for abducting
.>t.I T c. Colofo) Water French Boap, to heroics ouffie subject of patriotism! sends searched mall directions for traces of Mr. Valenciennes stales, as a posiiive lad,! the!J slaves: ,oOers (o restore them 't'i' frcedpip, iipho

!r.,.F 1'r'" gO.P. honey &.cp. s, rted Perfumes, the Whig or Democrats, as the case 'maybe Boyd, and they remained the spot for a existence ot .a person named I-emaUreV who aboliiionuis will pay hiiti Ihe, amoant of .
-1 '::, eeas OUt*Unr Ofi,toilet Powder fine Sponge, to the d-J without mercy, chaw :UP the ortntgbt to, be certain tb.t there were no further has invented a new style of playing billiards I money .hi; expended in rernveriug 11 Itigitivu
, Dr', /:_ Water, .Vliitary ShavinR v> Pfirotfces council, and is thu bold<il t
J; Roger's Pjpfumary/Jockey Clubb.w ; critic o( 'ftJl and singular the continuing with the vessel. became dangerous. takes a piece of chalk, and rubbing, it.on the r
, in a ortmf'nt'of.HOlt-fa&: >Vortenry. :editors whcsc pnPr-r.be reads,d-glheta wilhktheair1 ,31*'. Crawford says thai Mr. Do) d was in mol point of his apse, he performs wi-h -his novel The Gmde Sliriifl'ire cud tu bivo t tJ.c"
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zjj ANCIENT- -- -CITY.EQUALITY .-should now more than evor, resort to the | Resolved That the Jeincnhicpart3rofttdsf H where he his been fulfilling some lecturing 'I Iengngcmenls. weekly opposition private meetings to -proposed lueir weii orpnlZPd reatraiats ion I,

t founders as furnish is from its and system
principles of Its glorious : country essentially principles the trnm "Remenv5erthe Inebriate's J3zzgfrr ,
I .' 0ti mjt the imfcsi and surest guides and landmarks; its component. element, the truo Union pnr-. ,The political world here is,not excited as I" .

ti and that among those of primary importance ly-:abstaining' from the exercise of doubtful | lIrVebsler's friend aro busy, preparing Several) individuil, styled Palmar & Ct',,
in tho existing position of public affair: we powers on the part of the federal government )vet. overhauled in palming off
" I may enumerate; u strict construction of ihatourers : 'and upholding the rights of the States it has for the canvass. The proposed anti-1 iquor 'having' been spuriousibroujl 01 '-

granted; by the several SIa1es of the! preserved the integrity of our political institutions -r law, is still-a fruitful soiree ofwhat Ilamlet ( lIhforni hive<1.bound been committed people anJ hell for irinl -
I under the Constitution of that n has maintained honor devel ". "'>Business tickets?
Federal Government words. :
''Vcrd words of ticket
calls words .. inVant should
or FKDZBAL filGHTS ARD DETEXBlSEC.KES1STA5CE .... this week. People
1 of
States nn"! dental to Cdngre 'he extended and
oped the
I the United a power nren1, 'pro. The Steamer '
r < TO ALL VBO OfPOSE THE*. I all doubtful powers; a.sacicd regard for the moted the prosperity of the Republic,a.1d mba: H pretty good and money'plcnt! beware ot a bos': of )uwindlers. advertising :

:::.- rights reserved to tho Slates respectively. and we will therefore lend our utmost aid to plan' Sierra Nevad i ndvprti Sl to sailjyesterdoy; : : t&meIws rt A U* *ti f J.,_ :"

I ST. AUGUSflNE, APRIL 3d, 18b2.t to the people; an absolute npu-interterence again the democratic flu* upon the executive put back by- the storm will leave ul noon to : "- A book by a ba"onetr' has just ii'J2il' from

I I by the several Stales and their citizens with department :Washington. whereas n representative day for Cong res. r the teeming pnssol tho harpers. It is enti-
t other and a of -Tha Artie Expedition : o jnrual of a
Indians Captured domestic institutions of each : ot a sound and healthy majority the condition lied
rigid economy and Strict accountability, in the the American people, it has been accustomedto The* Association for improving : boal-voyajjo through Ruperts' Land and too
Deports tiavo recently reached our city,:- expenditure of the public money drawn, .from float over a prosperous and united country. of the Poor: of the city having expended lor Artic S-v: in search of: Sir John Franklin.**

I varying, In IU ltonce,Atordlng to the vanDUS the pockets of the people by taxation confining Resolved Thit: the democracy'of Connecticut the relief of the indigent, upward of $40,000 By Sir John flu.;hard son, C* B.; F. R. 3. ..c.

t t imaginings: of iho different ,reporters ; it the appropriations made bv'Coiijsres to national I acting 'through their State Conventions during tho past foui or five inclement months, : :'.\

i'u presumable ; for no two of them agree and subjects plainly.. authorized by the Constitution. have never, amid aU excitement which has now find but little stock in the lockc: and '

\ who speak prevailed for some years past, given the slightest the DiUy Adcertiser.MYSTERIOUSOJCaZRENCK. <,
can: From Rrooklyn
\\e.h1'o visitors on a
2 ns'yct, seen no one to their [
Resohtd, That the cornr stonq: t f the aid ur comfort sectional animosity, and have been compelled put 1
,htm his own actual knowledge ;-of :an assault Democratic p.rtyworcsurely and l"eplImid that they have 'passed no rcaolu'Son; at war short allowance for'th-j present. It is unfortunate i''

upon and capture! near the Indian border during the "r ign of terror" by tho, immortal with the ereoll'of nitional: democracy,and as the:w inter is still i unpvn.lii.g.[ Djubt- An occurrence of a :som-jwhat' niy .t :rioui I
.ttbout-Is not sta.a and .tute.mnn. Jefferson, ana Madison, th'1t. hating last year fully expressed their acquiescence and melancholy character.recently look pi icu .;
whether "vithln or patriots assisted who have not
( ,- ) i I in the 1'irginannd Kentucky. Resolution and in tho measures of less a great mUJY.: are : at n htJtclllt New, \urkcit: r, the particulars of ...54a'
anddildrtn compromise
ted, ; of some ten or dorjn tyuawt : ; an Mr. Madison's report; and that whenever the Congress, they can now proudly point to their really needed it, but the 313 functionaries of which have come to ibo xvritcr knowledge! -

tyi; w'F .t."f&"n.'"." t d'to operating, |BVpM.HI.VII Wl| d "" ..pirJr of these,. yfHcial t proceedings (era series of years as the Society are pretty vigila.M in the d-'l etlon.orframJ. nnd aft as follow: Some six week since, 4 f

w iindcrthdautbority. l *IIIj r UIki1O1'' resolutions! and; th1iYpoWYangcrciU3 UOg : dssea.slons ua.tainod:by fanaticism,and eq1 raclngtpl1lt.ciplcs'ftS .....#40.880 i. m Si5cwn.iliCgirhieij{ );"Jyt;..

kins,of P lo\ka-\ who.was sent, as it b understood ar.d injurious consequences: to the coun broad as the Union. benevolent to contribute, but it afTird Cut a f1 &t""u1tfdi'lit..wrom"
by the Executive, to examine into try were the results. '. Resohed That we will cheerfully, abide! by I iIlIfltflt'iI: ; gvfltPclIppUPrtEieOh.1d evidintIv -
Resolved, The Democratic party u t ths true the decision of tho democratic 'Convention trifle weekly say from three to six shilling! teen used! to n-fiut-d doci -iy. She was withoui '
the condition of the frontier, in the ) Union party of the tclole country, and we recognize which is to m>ct in Baltimore 'in Juno next, weckljrtothe6Dor: 'o,OOO famiies among whomit I companions or attendant! i if nOV kin:!, an t. "

loOJ9C: Forts- Icllon ar.dGatlin, &c.'&c. as Mothtr. We rejoice to witness that: the Democrats aid! that: from whatever quirtcr of the Union is distributed during the winter months.' ruin th moment Ithl! wilcml "he hotel,ccmcil -:;

to danger: from Indian irruption and to in. in other States, who disapproved: the the nominee mba selected we< pledge! himin Tho statistics: : of the Society shonr\hal: 9-10ihs tn pnf the retirement; of h'-'r own rOOl1- -
'S vcstigate the Jcrmgan (a not very dissimilar compromise measures of'the last Congress, advance the entire t1nJ.h' I1fIY.i support of seek ms: the acquaintance: of no 'ow 'tnf b. i
have, for tho sake of the Union, !resolved to the Connecticut: tJcmllcn of the "titj'c's of this extensive arid well-or. king; iu r nv;il!;.in her private ap-irtmaat. t "
: c/Tairto, that un.Icr! consideration) of a few acquiesce in them as a final settlement of the cr. ganged benevolence, arc destitute Irish. Our During the first few days of bet r- s deuce .f! I

weeks since. 2ome or ibo reports alluded, arising out ot "GtEAios's PIJTOBIAL" Boston \ there a gentleman, apptarently a Granger: !r"
vexed and dangerous quesliuus ( )-a periodical city has a hard fight of it, in this rt"garIJ.:1! burden \
impute to tho General a direct ..personalngcncy domestic slavery; and that: the Democratic i by the way cf rare excellence-gives Binder : coming he*, that ou..:ht to bo borne and, prepossessing: It nppoiran: ,called to:80 ;:,
.ir toconsid.. nil the Slates, are now: upon her upon two sepcrate occrniptw, and was at4'Y
in what thi authors seem party throughout ; the head of "Joker'. Olio ia ,
re-uuhini in solid phalanx upon the.. principle, ; company: by the whole country, a large majority ot mitted: to her room; since which time no'hiiu'
ir. unnecessary severity and "degree of thil: these measures must'and shall- be mam- 'I with a host of,choice morenzu's tho followmir: whose people encourage ihe! flood of emigra. has D!'cn seen or heard 'from him. Matters

Ic nce" (nut provided for, \In the dubcrn viG-1' turned and executed. mind with the firm deter. The Boston: Bee," has discovered. ,somegrass 1 Lion which passing through_ ._New_ _York_ ,J.leaves went on this way_ for several._ ,I days r, when the. .,

nat instructions.) In tbs ).lst Indian 6ci !minalion that the party shall be ;resorted to from the"path, of rectitude." Though at first immense number of on our bands lady complained la the w J Itr u&o at"ndcal! I

.. ; This'imputation, we arc not however prepared "former ascendency! nnd powcrlsthe; administration ken ; iho "Bees" discovery, might deemed an paupers h'-r, of being very HI, and rcqllC'lliin to (
: rt the Federal GovcrnmeriU for suppJrt.Muth ?' .... procure: her pbyxican, who, when he caw, 1:
to endorse until we.have: better ground Resulted, Thi Democracy of Pennsylvania extraordinary ; it has inrealiiynothing verv as i. e deprecate thisi,}arrjvnl and stayin pronounce I the diseasto: be.fever and ague, (,

: for so doln.ttbnn we are as yet in possession will maintain with fidelity und Energy, the remarkable in it-for,, "An ancient maxim. t e city, these poor natives of unhappy and pre-ncrlb'-d recording': She, however "
of for' while ,:we have no political execution slate law and lake medicine' whnfver, and -
;; vympalby faithful 'of thefugilhe ; tells us" so : : Ireland, ectortour sympathy and wo find it refused to any "
; wib Gen. H. we rrjpect him.ai a gen that wo (pledge oursolvej to exert u>ir bes "In: beaten paths cani !" cori'inuedto *row wor: daily. ufDriniu
of such green grass prow impossible to resist their appeals: despite our from .
tflurs to secure the speedy repeal she informed waiter) burning lever
tl man nnd would not,,willjngly do him injustice Noif this
portions of the "States! Observation Law" as homely has any truth prejudice. I say prejudice, becaus, undeni. she ordered a basin of ice-water, with which -
i' -and we believe bim'moreover} to be, i deny the use of our jails for the detention of. or point in it ; we hardly know, where ably there i is a certain degree of dislike for it appear, she b.ith- herself irevlf. Ton '.(:

far too judicious am) astute a rhrxnytjo: do the lugi'ivcs from 'lub >r while awaitirg: their "grass," even in perrenial verdure, could be 1 the Irish in this and other densely treatment, a* might! be expected i>>: ,.>brought 01 :.':,
nught heedlessly without book, in a matter trial, or in any o'hcr manner interfere with. more rcnsonubl looked for, than irMl.at. same every (If'P-1 I I inflammation of IM! luius frnn \Vhic -sn' <
constitutional of citizens of our ulaud community upon whose penal anti! j but sunk !, !! into /
of so much moment and therefore, cr'c the rights "path of rectitude" for is ) never recovered, gra.I *\1I1 fcw: ,
it ,
in their proper unhappiy ?o charitable! institutions become a tiurthen.Ml1nkind' "
sister Stated reclaiming r. they "zl-icp ihu knoivs no wnktiig.
we remark 'further of the rumoured doings in : little! trodden ,that the 1.
of tho oldKeyitotior travel it
That the present
ResohcJ Democracy isi\crnpt to generalize fom i$ ,Ia. Fur Kcvcnl d I a} sprjvou; to her ,1 ? tblb ( :
question ; we must have something,; like an Commonwealth having deferred small obstacle: indeed ; to the progress : ted ccsccj: and partial inform: li'Jn ; hcnc \vn attended by a ladvu resident theuno; t
basis ulonhicb to lrnl'-but if their cluims to a Presidential candidate\ to the ; /
authentic ofvegetalion. will hotel!, who, learning Ifie peculiar
mindl d ned uninformed citizens
half narrow '
wrong, in the regard intimated, beshdwn-thf appeal of her sister S'alcs: for more than f are'-J of the case, volunteered! her -rvcesarul : .
u do now, by nn unprecedented majority New York Correspouttence.NEW tell you.that the Irish people>> with few c.xccp'iors 11"
century *
and towatc1
subject matter b<'ing of. a public nature and their .1 I con';nue(1 almost day knight byihe
and earnestly, energetical y assert YUKK:, Mar. 18th, 1852. miserably low, dirty, inr r.antl and pillow of the dying Mrungrr, uutil she J ,j
of deep public concernment ; wo the honor at .
one : to
Mronj: end long-deferred right Yesterday we bad .fhe last of the 27 snow devoid of all taste (except for whiskey,) antI finally closed her cvc ideath.. -JfothUIadf J ,
Union: in the
be slow, in expressing public journalists : furnishing a Pretidcnt fur the '
not of their fellow citizen, James Bueha- storm promised: by the almanac maker We all ingenuity unless it Le in mi'tiig pleas the unhappy w. man revealed the story of a-jr
a measure disapproval, commensurate person und sacred promi-e novet to d.vllga! jt,
; life
nin.: They have po second choice ; and they had: had 26 this w.nter it was all"id. and were to extort charity. I confesi that I was made' .';'
with the wrong-and :when wo thus! tnkc the! beyond that she! w ti the d lu h'erofa judge,
rhnll ol firmly believe that, should he be nominated bound to have ono more, but after the genial l ashamed, the othrr day of the low cstimitc, "n resident of Lon.. I I-I Imd, Ne\v-Ynrlc, anJ that; ;
thing I in hand, wo act, irrespective_ by the Democratic, National, Convention. ., hu. : ;
u weather d f the latter part of last week and the ,(though not so low by a long shot as I have her husband wn* wal'hy and hel.I hijhotii-: :
with : will trium ,hant o'.d tasbuncd Jackson <
(though imparUa1iy-Vllhiout rcc-ive a ,
persons ( : ; State. first of ihh, our faiih in this threat "gin out"as just mentioned) at which I had mysvlf put cia I station uider the Government Washrai-
fear favor or affection, and be the wrung majority: in tic! Keystone wish
lon. She also sluteil that tw\ had no : la
Re.ofrecl. That we present,Jaa.es Buchanan: ( the Yankees say: ) and we concluded that down in my own mind Irish: taste and manufacturing -
doer \\'hoJtc mny-whctbcr! thctcommnridcr live longer in this world but preferred ,
-"' as oar candidate (or the Prsidiicy: with the these ivcathcr-prophetsmus abate us th: t 27th4r skill., .I was looking through Ihoc'tl"rulvn and continued to refuse any mncdieineoffitaL ;:
.not tcru-
pie, to condemn tbn xtrong. c 'II wt full l'Ca confidence....,...,,_ -ett that the-D''" O igjrnrg.K-yi nfiho clone i _I_.". .. t V 41"H IL '''' ",,- g&t il I ;1Lf..l1 -Thy. .. Guud establishment of C. \V. JucJo hc just. Sae: hall nmplu! mgina itt h,,<',,>.' "-

lime, we unhesitalinely) und unqualifiedly! deprecate Slate the honor 'to which the tins l bc'en <*o ,the 26. nut limy weie right, m.! sure enough & J, T"3Ior& Co., in rondw..a.r,< near possession, Qua i !'Ie1TrtTm iwcrrjwry 'jpriations .

tht' idea, of Gov. Krutirs giving.wbat long entitled and which he has :so long gen- i on the ever memorable 17th of March sacredo Trinity Church anJ passing from one to a. g for her funeral expns-requcse4
that she might belaid out inn rich caJ4bmC't tdress ,"
may, by, even the most forced interpretation, eroubly }'ieldcd.sound staWsnmnand That the lame zealous of our candidate advocate the memory Ireland's. tutelar Saint, and the J nothcr of the various: dcpirtmrnts of the industry which! she ordure tu b" puroha ed lot .

be consrucd into his official sanction: to any, ,of as republican a ( : principles ii not surpassed.He Evacuation ot Green Erin by the s okes, first I' of all nations:, here exhibited, when in i I that purpo-*",nnd that h(!r body might bode-

not distinctly! provoked move, of ,a violent is a coiiM tcut uu'l I uiicomprniiiMii Democrat cameo ram, then a hail, then regular old-! 'a portion of the second ub'ur ronean story posited in Greenwj Cemnd'ery'- ':',

..character toward the IcJinns.-while the un able defender o! the Jelfersont d-
,gcncial government If. OB It 1 is kn'J..n. now to of the State! rights; a foe tf) the u..constilutlonal :: continued: to fall until nigh'. I In'this spacious stored I was introduced into her flog 'rs several \aua'ilj! : ring-;. \vepto vr-,;1!
ductr uc nf centralization$ advocate them fur moment 3n.. ihcn tnu 1.-d thmnto ,: -
,be ; engaged<< In measures, for the pi ocurcmeni tred This morning ths streets are overladen with a show-room devoted exclusively! to linen fa- '
ol universal suffrage-ihe early the I idy who h i-l cvi ceJ so rnuc'i kmJnm .J
of their peaceful migration-there will be and confi lei.tiul friend and advocate of the flash nnd "snow.broth," nnd the skies are weep- I brics. The apartment elegant in is"lr.aJ! to''ar.h tier, re.nark.n tint: th-'v went mix- .'/r'

shown by uchXpalpabIo discrepance, between immortal Jack-on the leading aid( successful 1 in* for the reason, possibly, hat this was old ,. renlcred bri'liani: by numerous jis of gas- picssibldear to her, but unit she had no fa ,

tho kindly profusions, of the one au opponent of dmgerou national nvinicd mo- winter' last ,kick and his final struggle. So But what attracted my csrcci.-.I! notice' nndI ihcr use f>r them now, ni.d begged' their acceptance ;.. ,

I thorriy and theunklndlvdoingr, nfth'J other ; uojiolis/ -the support r of an economical ad mole it be I I eli iteJ cxclam itiun:* of pleasurerurc numerous ns token of rcrU"mnunle. 'tAter '
iimu&lrauon ot government, tuft friend an as cannot! full to awuken the suspicion* of a promoter cf agriculture and commerce, of domestic '1II', nn ill wind that blows nobody any I comp'ct ansi nicely shaped! << pickn- ed in several of the city pajrus. 't414nt ;lao

: naturally jealous peoplq ; who have: not, at manufacture und mechanics. Thu bcrvieca good ;" an adage smelling"snmc-what ancient,f gcs,and parcels of linen gooi. labeled: and facts: in order t hit her Iri' n.l.. mighli&reaa '1

the bctf,--an overstock confidence: in our II ut Mr; Buchanan in the cau-6 of' the nnd ."'H-b-Iikp" us Marculiv says but put up in a style moro' ornamental! and tasteful opportunity o(claiming1: her reanins. Otillw ';

4 goodwill ; anti thus produce nn injurious, party: and uf thc nf the people country, and, we an recorded btlievo thai in: thehearts in'!' in this we ,,her to quite a number very npplicablu ol thus: I believed it possible! for any n atil > dwy appointed: at the hotel for thetuneml nnd requ-jstcj, iwojtcnllemeacalico ; toscetlw *_

if not absolutely, I'cttructlvo! influence, upon tiis hands, dqu.il justice would be awarded to seedy, individual: with a score or two of urn-: !i but the French to attain to, and when informed body; their request \VIIS complied with.aaJ "

the pending oeg tIa1toms. Wo are ur.quali-: all the great interests ol the country, and our bn-llns new and old, under the |eft arm, 'and that these crme from Ireland mid this upon viewing rat features of th"d --renseJitbe/

fiedly in favor of the removal of the Indians beloved Union be safe against the Inroads of none over their heads perambulate the thoroughfares was JViin taste und Irish ingenuity I was, I burinotea-'mnJ acknowledged enstrlves ,.
from Florida foreign aggrcsHon, and the dangers of intestine -one to be nn uncle, nod lie t/t'!cr an Only :
as indispensably Jo frankly admit nMonishcd and
necessary commotion. #cry slowly or, if it rain cats and f. inwardly resolved .ioacan bo

her prosperitypnd as in every way calculated Rtsohed, That the dclgatcs elected) by (his dog, stand under the cover of sum? friendly to lake the .lust opportunity to :lC- better brother imagined, whose terKugron than dcscrib tJiGm-ra>*d. Her death! t

: ,to promote their.OITJI welfare) ; they should I Convention be and they are hereby instructed door-way. These itinerants sell umbrellas at knowledge the cur,'," nll'rO\\ little for the has prob Lily d awn a veil over a secnoofscdm -.. J

when the thing becomes Unavoidable be sct
3 off at all hnnrds-but for1 the present we : fair and hohurablc. means to so -urc his nom orChid Ireland. There ; hich may never be inudtr public. d' "'
S3f, I ination.: *- '. /' '* *. .iResolted l.ngf, upwards. To them a rainy day 1 id a god- were S' (.tch linens ,
"peacccbly if they may"and "forcibly" onfy ThliVO congratulate! dur fellow-! said, even as an ankle-dccp sough! on the pave- too, put up very handsomely, but, not equal '0 I, -

.wben ILer muj|" nnd it seems to u. :o be I citizens upon thesucces-ful lerm-n: then of the ment is the i special joy of tho liiilc! muddy the Iriil.-any parcel of .which would have ITEMS OF NEWS BY THE NIAGARA. X|

,the quintessence "misjudgmenl, if nothing late Gubernatorial context ; the i-Icelion of his cherubs who sweep the eru&sing. been .worso jeopard and render'liable defeat Excellency William Bi ;ler, a$ the Chief Mng- Mr.. Moore senior Ihe Komaii: sbirri made a iran I dis-ovtry-HS> ,
; to Another indication of The be. Ics the (tin pnr'iucr nn i for nearly .
Utrutu of thu Vinmon\\eali! his secured soring, i> less' inn a wFmueslwplidsaf! iI.ggvr-cc i acle
by anydeed of ours ; thoefforts of the United the peuple an able, enlightened, hone, and l full shad and ureens, in,the aurket is tho "lid. i :Isrtvyermrs u 'nrgt* denier in foreign nn,1 I d.i- small shells.nnJ other infernal ,iisrhiiies.iIh ; ,

,State* ; for their qutet Out-scnJing ; and economical ad'ntiis'r.ttioi! ot t the government, don appearance out number of mnn nnd boys nvsc? 'ilry,gntls) bad travt fled!! much in the t[' which it H Mippos'd; ilu Cor.j would! haTe '

thereby dfuw ; as, in all probability wo lial'', and re-lecins our glorious oM Commouuculth at various corners in and nmnnd Wall Stiect manufacturing: lIistracr* of Irctai.d, ni.'d: as hod \|i bcrn slrewrd" by the Rod Ilrpublican II i if:,_%

,upon ours lve* ;ihe:trouble. and burdens, of.their : fioin the disgrace which has been brought with pint en.! !half pint measure. and baskets crib'd tho extent of her factories oEd the j said I that n list of sumo 40 persons discjvorrd.cjpccwHf: yea l ;
[ upon her by the late extravngant adminolra- destined for attackIMS been :/ .'
forceful, ejectment.of huh ; thntlor the personal and untiring, exertions '(fvlltt to a stranger's eye, nl first hnce, n p Kurpassmt: skill at which thy hilL arrived, i,I terdiiy sin! last ni;!h' numerous arrcjJs vref1|4,,

4 uf Coy Dialer to secure the ceidaucy: pear to bo n qtian'ily_ of roaches gras honoers. thought_ it a no Jo inJic:ition: of ihe manufac : rmde. Th3.t iei number of persons implfc*"f,'

... __, -Pi.riotkSpirit Northern Dcmoc Democratic principles during _Iht: law cansx lor ;locusts ; and'he wonders- for what-- under the Luring genius oilier p >pc.! II -poke' "fune' le.l is_ not yet known.- Tho poll- c Joes t m set1.t'L_,, ,-.
-- y ; for JjU cfiKjueiit and btniesmau-like diaskiun scruple to put his auds: on whoimocter i It1..
I Colernin I
sun, the fellow at tln".k it nr.iurhcre
i l> exposing such turrul things under th of ihe authorities; .Z1 -
'1 1"I racy. i iVa cu l'ford.tbc'peoflir', uf the great nation : suspicion ;
\ hate infinite nl issuer, which niado IIP late content memorable for salt. lie inquires, and is'told that (Ihl'r oreshrimpy the proprietor hjs3 built a church for hi. operatives the! consequence I*, that, fit its z-al '< ffl.-

before 1 satisfaction, in placing ani critical lot iho country conduced boiled last night, arid ho can hate a nnd 500 of the children! attended the.{ taining ord-r it tr 'quen :5y occu: ihu,* i
our readers: ; the subjoined resolutions to tho glorious result the D,'mocrncy ot-Ponn- pint for only one I'hilling"whic'\i Sdbbalh: School. \; :f f s'His arc taken up who Are not rondetf cu''w

recently, adopted, by thejemocrulic[ Conventions <} lvama and of the United Uiute owe him a and dirt ho cheap; "The Aleghanian! gave a cpnccrf, nssis- *: the nnt'-pnf at Ictgurt; Il istal that ttpwlof ,
debt ft difficult be very cheap thinks Ih m. Tho 50 wr* taken irom their homes. ,,:.'
grutituilo estimate
of iqually to
Pennsylvania and Connecticut-It wilt tea bv Mr. Biadburyg choir, it the Bromf-j : ,
be seen J or discharged. shrimp is nut unlike a miniature: : lobster, but 'fnl.ernaclo last 1 Tii Opinions quotes letter from Miha :
by the conservative 'tone ,of them ; way right, prior to -ir dopirturc .
Tnc resolutions of the: Connecticut Convention belling does riot turn red the kind obtained iii for California. Nowilhstnl1dinlC the iho 25ti ult., staling that: the po'ia bud:.

that the seisms in our ranks; predicted for u., are ns follows! : this vieini ,. If is regarded'ns n great delicacy (storm.(it always storms on the 17th March ccived order tnwrciso the jricU5t ,SUr-'.
I Jnthb approaching National.Con vent ion Retolced That the nf strict Inlet over English traveljers. I j is ,
: by principle construction by gentlemen ofstron ,they say) Several societies turned, out to eeltbfateS' : witigeat'dirnct4ty _
stomac' I think
.our opponents whose "wish.was; father to the of the powers granted by 'the Constitution ; trick's Day I/-I us call your''I iho t:ttcr can obtain pzmeport*,aaI'with
of the Unitod States formi n fundamental they have much larger anti finer in New 0:- rare exceptions, they arc nut to bo ptPS,
; 'thought; Is not likely to bo realized to them; attention to u mysterious murder in 32Jtrcn: ,
of the creed of the American Democracy lentil) Ihnn here milted to sojourn than
part < the more twculy.fuur hoWS t
those reported in morning papers. Sin at leastso far a* two states are concerned
nnd that the ut ihf.i! radical ,in Lombardy
implication By the way, a New Orleans friend writes enough the man arrested for it I'atrickSmith, 'J / .
entertain not the dIt.I meun'llt'r
-we smallest principle will maintain in their
integrity had len tim benefactor of 'ha murdered AU BU.-A lejicr 'frome'1Dt: :
datcof8i'', saw"
;: that the of each and other the rights ufth States will furnish tho most : in t.lHatthe weather is beautiful *Anoth '
democracy every roan. \Van.Furlong ; hi pity for his desiitu- -r worn in, on February: I5;h, ..
'lAloxrill follow.tho noble example and thst till, ftfcctual antidote nlfuin..t the centra'izing tendencies there. "The sunny south has got on her lion giving him a horns' in his hour. The dTnncil lo receive twenty l hh.nvs.witk :!"}
f of tho federal government, and will nuw drcsji, and looks tine." only foujidation for hi .arrest wn* IIN r.xci- nn-l! to-be iniprtHrnciI fur fourteen TILV
4rjH; come up to the work: on" that ,greatocca. the C..nJitu'it&l1: i nn.l Iho Union :
preserve ma.king .
iron for
Theodore Parker tho cxcentric preacher and trI manner on discovering the dead body. umgr inflammatory IanguageVsiIATheJ'gujan !.
.10n, with. apatrloticdcermlcatlnato throw n confederacy of :;1IteJ equal to tho tusk -
t lectnrcrdelivered There arc now fyinz: in funeral iWfyr.militaire Uoniteurn "i.
One f the : p
! :nslde all minor consideration, and go for the of bearing peaceable IWUoyer. the North--, I I "Peopled. couru"- in th City Hall, thn remninrt! f Henry telrgfaphic despatch! dalc.l Trebiz') ."fi: _
at tho Broad ,;
.tiricmicstInvnt. Tabernacle ,
I : country and nothing but the country. war last Tuesday. GibsonE-q.: the 1"4t of WjtihMitlon's Old: 8-h. stutitiz limits dm recently disxnissedZI i! ",
' I 1 'Tho 'following: the Pennsylvania rcsofu- Kesolcfdt That on tho great questions which nlbf Ha had n very largo audience, ,/ His I t Life Gfihnf. He i is lo be buried under arm*, '?jiic'r (lfPt'r4h, 31i Ztsnghi.KhanJma4 T TjiU ; :
dAD: '-III have been at issuo before the people, thu vic- subject "11w the 22J iu, I.. {by the
'tI was Gentlemen. Any ono,'WJM> on "Continent Cjfnptnii :0 death brnrdrv o.ch Shah.ttken ., -I :i't
I : "RttoIte3t That ibj convention cordially ;dp tiny of democratic principles has been io sig knows the '! ** I.f Now Yo k, Neiak, n3 vicinity.; ton tlJllh'. wbfte''n' 1 of b... ,
w ii "prove and endorse the great Democratic puliti- oat and decisive, that neither Mr. Fillmore nor exceedingly ungainly appearance *'At the Bowery the jwtordrty morning were ned..nnd h&noffeJ __ ..
embodied in t"hfi resolution hU prrdeccssor \enturtd to recommend ot Mr. P. .will naturally smile at this. .
- I (principles HU peculiar June .Mount, fireman of Ifosq; Company No. death. The G\Jvcrnmcnt1kn' I.
w i adopted! by the last two Notional Democratic; I the tiloratemCC1lurcs of 'heir politicil upp.,rtro notions have won him many followers f; 1C, wvcd<< two,wpm !-ii nn.I two children) from mense trensurcw :"i ,
convention. held at Baltimore in 1844* 'rtrd,1848 ; and oven un the t.trifTquestiunthe pros around the storv of No. 89 JoIII"! '-, "1: .1
k ]' and in and Boston there are not'a few. upper which wa entirely I : : :
I and believe their strict observance to bo ent Btecu: irewhile rccummeiidinz some chnn. I enveloped in tIaTpe.4. The '
ii i I who br him. He ( brave and self-wc- J It 1..t'tl"d
thai swear repudiates the biblical I hat b'a
in disnlll'fUJl ,
go" law enter his'protest ,so
- not,only conducive? to the prosperity! but present a.Igiiinst rdl ing hail ruslic.1 into the fW and r
- '(i.,essential tolhs preservation of the unioirt: !t a 'high tariff" |et hothohld.be cnnstdnrcd mir"clfVe? are, In hopes to hear; E. P. four ti befoio, compleiing'this sm.kOI commercial btNincsa ibo -mer l
in view a. belonging! to the fossil rcmiins of E ,. before, ; act., liverpool, during - I ; \ Resulted. That tho Democratic party, Whipple :
1 tof the.present critical condition of the,country, hsp-ny.: -- \I' I huijust! returned from the intcrinr'of State,.I I The liquor-dean ).are' strengthening by during millions iho ofdullafs.time, are rstimn.. cd "at. ::" .4__,, :.. .' .','

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.JneVitrncU from l late KtoKn|'oro paper,,re,j 'JfcJOTlCE' 13 HEREBY! JIVE'S, That thirty ) FORWARD- &, TOWLE; nnUlg COMMODIOUS BETRE.\ '

! fcjval, at thAt offltf from. which we jquoto the ::L"i Jays from ths' date hereof 1 shall apply to I '. rlth" trs' Noy. J851. J ATTORNEY3 AT LAW AND SOLICITORSIN .... is now opened- those desirous ESTABLISHMENT of amusement :

I : ', the Uonorall Thomas Douglas,lodge of the Eastern t [IIc t al IL' Au ut' CHANCERY. can Lave every rules .
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*.sorry lo learn that fearful) rnrikesr Circuit of Florida, for leave to sell tie t such as to please Attached
hetfHC iwttte In tho real and p'.nntiftg! dis-, JH Interest of George Henry.,Leonora 8% Fatio.Ju- t -_ -, I 1- ..ruw1'1.tmIimID, and I Eating House which will is be an Oyster salooa

I:i ..... is bY ,the numerous tigers Infesiin( thr junUc -, Ji.. F, amd t nlw Fstio Colt lajtior cbiUreti of Mrs. :;Dr: ?1 tr..EJ A. M. 3 r.. M. 9.p. M.JAStTART FLOBID. plied from day to day with 4he Game satisfactorily of the season.,sup- :: .

Two h rV>f'T" iuquCllt ecru held In..t 'A-OllJrp T. Colt deceased, Jji and to the pnFfixwp ___ I VVM. A. FORWARD | SIMON TOWLE.Late Hours of amusemeqt,Gentlemen and Ladies'will be

.etk'OO view t,' the reniMlns ttfp<5 P.M.=The'iniermf- /I 1
4i cd ana mnrty-rU acres situated: ift'tlt; Ooanty : 2 diate Hours -
ftforiotw Rntmuls. .i : 69 83' 86 7:1 and Evenings for gentlemen excl tiTclr. !
;.*-v ify iM*?r ttl-lnticcs no portion cif alto hiflyftiV, Onwgr.and ou die East bank of the sit. John's riv* 3 69 ..6572' : ".19-( : FROM JACKSONVILLE, Nov 15 8. MIRANDA. / |/j\I
to _
. rt, Lake BrresTorJ.anJ bonnjed a8 fallows
to ui4Jc"l'b'tqfm' tho 'xner 4 41 5 0 69 li 2k Tax Collector
enable us
f1CO'f'rM wit : Commencing on the bank of saiJ river at a cypirfB i For Enterprise and Mellonrille. Silk
5 45 61 175 56'G
oil" ucouside-
?r CI r pcrwr..aarrlt-d| but tree marked X, and running; thence South dOd BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I r
?:riMe nunibcr of natives employed inflaming ,-g. East by an oak marked F, SO ebnins to a pint !sj 6:1 65 lit LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS : expose for sale before the Court House a

41 ion. ore missinie. The r'scnt rewards also marked F, thence South 10 deg. Wet to am.tb- r 7 6S. 60 li7 58 steamer SARAH SPALDING having door at jl/ellonville on the first Monday of'July i
Iy Ubdng Mniferl'nQ.Jcoquato to&ffet West 50 ,8 49 66 63 65 THE next, the following described tract of '
other er pine marked F. thence North bO deg. newly fitted will resume her regular land,or .so.
the mischief it* behooves the Executive chains to the bank,of raid river.And along wid river 9 66 68 71 65 tripl'ror the above places up on Wednesday, the 14th much thereof ss will pay the taxes due thereon the '

to...,. ImmwiiMte and active nur *urr* to ,rid to the place of beginning ;'said tract.: being known 10 '. ,61J I'' '71 p72.. G9 inst.,' tone! big at all the intermediate landings.aind State of Florida and County Orange doubled tax .

i JtHJ1e! +,f liCnravntC bensts, nr,pltmiinjj as.tW BefeUard rrrpet. SOI'HIAT FATIO. 11 ti9 '76 7-1 72 will continue punctually to leave every Wednesday ed (rom the year 1845 to and including 1851, to .;
|f awns will nrose1: In parts hnyoti the im Guardian of sail .Minor 12 71'' 75 '75",7:1: morning at 9o'clock connecting with the U. S. wit : '

Jr5 ie ricituly ttf Ino town. On the I5h, n March 27. 1852. _'ITO 13 '71 76 '78 71'U' Mail steamers to and from Sarannah. For freight, 846 acres assessed to Theresa Rodrigues ia '
carried cffut Pass! lice 67' 7 8 71 73 ; board, section 3'7. 'township J9. range 28.
on or to
jlifcy man ivac r S.,V At: \AII & CIIAULESTOK. engagement or passage, apply Unless '
taxes and expenses are paid before the
: J5 70 7:1: 78 63 FERNANDEZ, BISUBB & Co., Agents.
.t Chang,I Till new and splendid 16 63 '63 65' 66 ,< i Jan. 10. 1852. day of sale. J. SIMPSON,Sheriffand
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.I Steamer FLORIDA, (:ept.i 65 _jan_ 3, 1852. __Tax Collector,o.e.
; :IfEW; MA&RUGC TEREMHKT Not l lun,*. *inrcfflecnmrtny i ,,; ..: LEWI COXETTEX will arrive J7 5-1 61 61 .. TAX ASSESSORS IVOTICIC.
: 18 li5 7:1 71 65 Tax Collectors tale! ,
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& nt <
,,,,, !U-okpla.c at Ticolata every
I taxable for
g am receiving returns property 1853
.!I. ........'tn Npw .,rkruth.r out If the 1UcJn"+. Thursday at 3 4.| h). and leave every Friday at .19 65 69 68 67 Owners or Agents of property subject to taxation are By shall virtue of the power vested ia me bylaw I, '
20 i. 11 '75 68 expose obi sale before the .Court HouseawthedryofStrAfgostineoti
J 1 1, guy. 17,11 Iiur 10 ,\. M.'for ovtonah nod Charleston direct. i :
i .. sted.
respectfully! re cf preeenj !their!: }its.bf14xable.1roxrllt.lieie flu first
rfi'bu .Firr.wlttttt' I ;nt,Itcuw Jh.Il".AIIf!rrtm-imt.r.-t. ,. .,.' 2. .... 9.. 63 """' 6:1.J': : 4 i'-cj, ..... the fiwf day pfAMije: t.. Owners oV Ma l nett.the ,foUowi I'ejcribeii MorulaJ.of! _,
ii'vaunnah. S .1" 5B. 'M"lIT ?( .rt.J', oj.somuca .
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.tte.nirin tith htl1! .. '" Agents of lan-6 in Comity ard4requlre'Y t6 gyre a' Hereof us win yayihe'State and i
.il....'.., Aft.r'gvi" "': ClfftrlCiwn. 813 23 47. 53: .,. 4 ,79. 62 particular description of their location> br Sections, es and the necessary expenses die thereon the>
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, A\tief. h, Mt. Seller took hia bride by4he Feb. 15853xJ 2-1 5-1 72 65 69 Townships! and Ranges or by what water courses year 18'51.to wit: .. .
PIHJUIUB-Orange*, .Lemons. Ap::: 25 72' 75 7:1: 572t3 bounded. .
! bean and aid: : Nov 300 acres 3d rate land assessed to Nicolas Sanchez .
la the prtwnce of nil who ..re' prr-s-nf I I'ota.oj's' Ptunes, IVa \uu, arsorte4. 41 62 61. G3 R'D.. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-ofl' being section 25 of private surveys, township

Sin* Abbot u .c tny wilt!/Tuktng niffoBjissyiotrotiiinucd I Prf'St"rvMl. Confect unary, S gara, Liqnors: &c. rI 21 63 63 68 70 Tax Assessor and Collector sic. 4, sooth of range 29 East being In St.Johns Coaa- f

Hie utTcctio', and irvkinr ( : I :larch 37 J a t:. CARR. : 28 70 74 '78 68 St. Augustine, Jany. 24th 1852. adjoining lands of Estate of Robert Mfckler, and '

Bid thereto, lul h pmt, trusting' t cUt""*, Oil. &C--Tallow, Cnn-iles. Turi 29 65 63 64 ti53d CIIR. JOSEPH' 4'Q Estate .of E T Jenkes.
CaildJffM HENRY.
no jda Brown Lin'eeJ Oil .63 68 '81 79 days from Eald,- Unless taxes and
f I'uIDcrenll'f.1I i Jp rni. Sonp expenses are paid before the
our character* oro tpLdlowaMeusioho t more, 400 blla Flour,3000 bush Corn,40 bales
fiuililulundafffcuotmlo Adamantine, ('anJIea.BtnrcIi, .Vliitc Lead Indigo, day of flle. *
mach other DECEMBER-
Ik 30
j bags Coffee 10 hhds Sugar. 40 bus Lard;
nsfortfd I I'Jiintti, at retail by R. B CANOVA Sheriff and ofF.,
husband and wife during uur 25 40 ex- ,
1. 56 A1 55 A5 Kegs utter, bits Potatoes 20 bus Apples,. 5
D. I: CAUR25
March 37
Assessor and
live*. I 2. 52 S6 59 A5 Casks Cheese 100 bags Oats, 5 casks of Bacon:40 Collector a. J. c.
Miss Abbot then Mid : L t' 3 45 ... 52 58 41 bUs Crackers 100 kegs Nails, 25 boxes Tobacco, 3 .Nov I, 1851. .

, 'In' Ute pioscnce of nil %\bit r.r' pr" ent.'T! DOLLAES 4' 38 49 59 41 hhds do, 10 bUs Molasses. boxes Soap 2 casks : Tax toll_Clon" sale "

I UiktHiWM $tncrl0 bo pray hmban.1, in-; 5 40 64 6S 47 Oil, 60 boxes Candles 15 baskets Champagne, 10 : B"- virtue of the power vested la me by Law:

lint BO pr.>micf, but hoping, tru*tintt'. nlulI' WILL UK PAID n's n "Reward!, to any |IJer-1 6, 6S 63' 65 47 bows Cider JO chests Tea 10 dos. Brooms, 10 nests I shall expose for sale before:the Court House

' < icticvtac that our characters urc tufficirntlyvrfjirfnptul who will tipprehond ni.il l <<"(. I '7. CI j 67 65 69 5 boxes Oranges boxes Lemons 10 casks at Mellonville oa the first Monday of July next tie

I I' 10 rack other ui MIlt IJte! us lo Le (so thai I c.- obtain'! : possession of her) Cith-I 8. 60 : 6:1: 61 62 RcIftTOTICRis e, 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch 400 boxes to following' described tract of land or so much threof

Hltel fitttbxnd and wife while wo'ivoTbey .' i "-r In St. Johns o* DuvATjdiuniy jail ; my 9 58 i 65' 68 51 March arch 1852. B.E.CARR.Tu u will pal' the taxes due thereon ,the State of

tl tlietiii( signed paper with their dd clar- t pr worqali II.\SNAU.--Sbc is of rather tall 10 47 ; 60 '72 A8II hereby giri-n,that I will,six weeks florida wit : and County of Orange for the year 1851

Ii. fatte .w .beliig ,husband and wife and the surd slim make nnd of very creel C'lIrrinr-of} 68 63 '79 65 lH after date, apply to the Judge Probate of St H M*300
, curiiliciuo its wit block complfXiun nn(1.bt h\'l"Cn the riges ntForiyfivtj Johns for acres oflandt wa to. Bernardo Se 11I .
< Mfly frm'nuixncd: 12 63 6. 17 69 County, Letters of Administration on the being in section
HTM ta chc' "-'n'IOOn, und thus tbi-y !,ecttale uUlt l liftShe;' ran awn)' from my ] 13 59 I 63 63 )At, Estate: cf Susan Follis, late of said County Decased- and east on Hallifax<<, River.township I5aaage33.souta. :' .'
family in Si. Angu$lino, uhntit ,the last of O(.. '
wife'A 1-1 ANN HURLBERT.
49 49
Lusbulkl I 48 60. J. S 1IPSON.
Sheriff and TaCollector' t'
tuber m brat of.Nuv tuber! 1851-1'ld! iaruppustd! 15., 4U "' 58 1 68 I 48 St: Augustine March 6th 1852. jan 3,1853 Collector.o. ,

Oilcnni lo be accrued, surnuwlicre in the vicinity ofthu 16 t .
Uto Citihcdrul at New 31 '41J 56 47
clock nn .. lI.-nX .
y $
irvJU4i..ct d to be a niel a nkut'Ulh1l'r.. It Cil-- COXETTER.St. 17 4:1: 49' 49 38 Tax Collectors Sale,' T virtue oCthe'pow..r vested aie. '
LBWW 'I J3 m me by lari I
{h nit\ eiKul-day: clock! and li'is thrco .lul-ono I I.f 18 28 ::29 I. 3:1: By virta of the power vested in me by law I shall expose for sale before the Court BODe I

,. six ft.>t tlHUnrier in front ol'llu- cdiHwover i I u(!us'in". March 13th 185:!. 19 33 36 .49' 36 0 expose for sale before the 'Court House at Mellonville on the first Monday of July oeztJhei +

Btofdred ltt frurn the! grtium1'; another: of:I lo : :0t34 I 49 I 61 44 doorin the city of Ht Augustine on. the first Mon Mowing describedtract, lander somueh then-IP 1

.ameit:e on the rCM; \OtJ n third ot'-rmll st.o1 1 Tax Collector's Sale.B 21 31 58 60 '65 day of May next the following/ described property will P./ the taxes due thereon the State of .
Y virtue of fif, vested ia air by law I 68' or so much hereof as will pay the State and county Florida and County'of
in the Inlet i .r-nil muvcd b v the nmc mnchi power 22 6\>) 68 6:1: Orange for ,the year Id61,to ,
taxes and the
7'hrlurgodials arc of transp iri'm irltHs have: levied upon and will|| expose for sale: 23 62 69 58 66 necessary expenses due thereon for the wit' ,
err. InJian River; St. Lucia.couniy. year 1851, to wit : 300 acres of Land
Fort'Caprou on assessed
whit* at 24 5465 66.67 to Joseph M.
the hand being p-uiaeJ Sanchez
and -
the Iigun-a ,A lot of laid in the city I'CSt. :_ Ait' rr.Abo
Court House in said ) on.the Augustine boon section
there being no county ,towetahl
tho is cloth 41f bin k' ( 25 61 f:6: 75 61 p 16. nap 33 Sand E
b'ncU! of p'a I n ded .
and the the
set AJwulay of- May neXl,between tic usual hours on east by Dragoon or Spanish street and oa the Jlallifu RiTer. .
velvet, ranking tin urtncu of tho dial \atpear \\ Hof sale, following described tracts of land, or toI 26' 61 61 72 63 Iota of G Pomar and A Masters on the West by ,;310 acres assessed to the: said ;
Muck. 1'lw. diuls are lighted It hlgltt, ,I y : .27 6-1 65 67 65 Tolomsto street on the South lot Joseph M 1
I:much as will pay ,the State ant GOIl1t1! Taxes as- by of Joseph Sanchez. in sec 51.township 17, 34/south .
tan burners" ,,which bv an ingrn U-K.nr'nn ;" sewed thereon for the yrcr 1B51:! viz: 29 65. 73 '63 64 Andrea deceased on the North by an alley,said lot aol east, west of Smyrna. page

iient of the cltx-kvurk tteclN are I"x' ogutl\h. d !l I SO ncrra of an bland known as llutchlnsons 29 60 74 61 65 wasorriginally owned by the late George Bartlett: ?. MIJ1 iON' sheriff Md Tu Collector .
rfAilr M a chnnge Ctr time roir! ..rming to Uiu Island situated: in said ponntjr o( St. Lucia bounded ,. 30 62 74 '73 .66 deceased and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks contain lia.Q$ J8 .o e. 1

(Itll|: of iil;;ht. This clock: oicuj.ie* but n, on the North by Indian River Inlet, un the 31 '68 75 71 E9 tug in all two acres more or less. Tax -

mall Jlpnc'11trik1 the hours on a di p toncd South by St. Lucia Inlet or Gilberts Bar on the 1852.: ,.. Unless taxes. and expenses are paid befrrr 'be virtue Collector's Sale. i
of the
hour >rt two and the West byi day of sale. .' By power vested ia me by law .I
LlIt..alf'lhr. \ :t quarters of nu Fast by the ..dtlanuc Ocean ,pn 1 62 5 11 54 H. B. CANOVA.Sheriff sad,''ex-off.' expose for "fek5 he
r(' ul"rSnw''II' River, assessed against Mnjor F. Woodbri g' Court House
nnd.is furpi..hCtvilli a Indian )
tmal belUj
er 2 46 ::47 62 45 Tax door at Mellonville on the first
Assessor and
Collector a. Monday of
bcnidta its M. Robinson, residents. Unlets the_tans J c July next
JtCnJulum-ollJ tniut"-m>nEhr",'mutm._. r lnit-'jl, .?..- mmA ...'.-. ...M nil.I Lftarm! \ '4 TtMjAft] r .8. _,38_ .::47-. :57 43. .... 'I' ...No 1,1851.., ..., .- *-#- the tQUOwiDg deacribed'tmct of land or as mnch t F
,' ) thereof Wilt
'r '' .. .. ., .e. U for
the riFparTof 'v. -- pal taxes: .due thereon .... _
fchich render Ittiilitllible IAb/), 3 20( *crs of land, ( snmebpJE t' ( the tttawofFIorida --
togrihci '
: n 5 48 162 TO'LJiRGPL&1'W'I'ERS.' and Cotmr/
a Grant of 13.000! acres made 1y the SpanishGovernment 49 62 Orange for the year 185J
all nlmo!t' & if nirpiccr.mAX I to Euselio Maria Cpra.-x on the'J Sd 6 '40 66 44 Valuable Tracts of Land for Sale. to wit: *

--- 1 | July 18113) situated in sail I county of St. LTVU! on 7 36 41 65 41 'Hl HE subscriber u Agent ot the several owners 310 acres assessed to J roes Clark ia section

coLmrroV8 BLANK DEEDS, for i an Iclan.1 Iini b .twern Gilberts Uar. and Japit..rnauni 8 -12 4-1 63 49. JL offers for sale some of the most"valuable lands 6. township 11, Range 3J. south and east 00 the

JL Sale nt H.h Uttkc.Schr. I ;! known; as Jupiter Man I except 80 ar.rnl- I 9. 49 58 71 61 in'East Florida to wit : UaDlf x Riser .
irk 9A ', ing on the wc I lid.oC JupiterN4rrowstetonngto 10 65' 69 75 65 800 acres valuable hammock land West of Flem- J. 8(MP:N' Sheriff and T" CoUc'tor'c" r

FU).titU.\ dtir* from N'w t! the F1 Mate of F M. K Aforrw' late! deceased or so 11 49 59 69 44 ington.known as the Gibbs Lands: Marion Co., Jan 3.1852 ; J

.... thv, CO bbb',1'ur, 5 tthd Sugur; : u1uch;here of as witl 1 pny the State and County taxes 12 40 49 50 44 1100 acres near the AIach.ua ,Savanna, known! as -

Ift bbl. Cnu-ktirnCO sacks 8ull, and 424 park.a8es \ Assessed thon for the yenrs.1849 1850 and 1851, 13 36 31 28 26 the' Gsrey Grant. Tax Collector's ,$dule. 7' F

to B. E. Carr, 10 box's G. Burl, 'Hutidryt unless the taxes thereon nr.4! costs are paid before the 14 23 37 51 37 |1400 acres in 'an Felasco Fammock near New- By virtue of the power, vested in me by>> !awl

Il&ckaJel'i Oiirlhigaino & lluwk and olh'r" I day of sale. C. L. BRAYTON, tberifl Ex.Off. 15 69 61J6 nansTille. known as the Lawton Lands. expose for sale before the Court Home
Tax \ffftfor' and Collector. 3612' Several thousand acres good and in the Arre- door at Mcllonville on the first Monday of July
di.churt:IIIJC Uu'icr, 45' 56 61 43 dondo Grant. the following: described tract of -next- i
Tljr :chr. Florida now } I St. Lucia Cu. Florida.: land or as .n+reh =
JJ tJtrnckersPorklnmRBacon,shoul. Jan 31.1852.Tax. 17 I 34 65' 68 1 49 '7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Augustine thereof as will P."'the taxes due thereon the State
full of iuiirl.- usually 16 45 I 61 '73 63 ,known_II Ire, Bulow! Plantation having 800 of Florida and County of Onn. tierswith a ansorim'-nt -- ---- ,- year OOI'.
I the lowest by B. E t'ARR; : CaUt'cC..r' //ttlc. IV 5' :41 44 28 acres ohpt'n land suitable for cane and cotton. to wit : j'
kept ni pnn ""irlutor thV" vested in im' by lew 1 38 31 And several other bodies of 180 acres assessed
T : power 20 22 28 hammock land on to Eliiabeth: 'Boncb, In 'tee. 'i i
1\.Y'D eice khr'trbr ciTeD to IU pers .nhtringcle. ms B ahall'rzpcsr tarsal!e be:ore the Court Houvla 21 3r Si 6t .1 navigable waters. 61. township 16. range 33, south and t'ut.OD. the f

.L, ..qaIG is ''tDe Estate or Sosin .. Ptrplll des the city of Augustine on the drat .Monday of 2:1: ,32 42 41 41 The titles are undoubted and terms low--Apply UaUifax Rinr. \ i I
,p\Mat the same within'the pre-eriliedty May next the following described property or so 23 35 .a9 49 69 to GEO. K. FAIRS \NKS. J. B' SIMPSON Sheriffand Tax Collector o. c.
1a1f c.r sack will forever be barred.. much thereof* will pay the tf tale and c >nty taxes 24 48 1'7 65 51 'Feb 28, 1852 St Augnstin-,Flonda. jan* 3, 1852 ,\ .f
due ihtreon for the .,. r
cdANCHEZ Anuoitn and the necessary expenses year u"
25 6357. 69 6J TUIS WOULD AS 1'I'
: Tax ColZ ctOT'6 Sale..BY l Ati.Jtii.: I i
wit t'' '
U51? to
.i 1852.QENTJSTRY. ::65. 70 56 .
2000 acres 9J rate land being in section 34, private 26 61 virtue of the rested in :
power ,
a, ,uryt.lowDshlp 5,Soutli, range 2G, east, and 27 40 62 60 45 expose for sale before the me Court by House Uw I ,MORRIS. &WILUS'S.BIOUE .( 'I
54 6a 43
section 39! town hip 5 south, range 27 east being 28 37 door at MeHonrille on the first Monday cf July Y i'
Now :Switzerland tract, lying about 2d 29 35 63 62 49 next JOURNAL -
part of the : the following described tracts of land or so much : FOR I-Sfl ,
miles from 8t Augustine in 8; Jobn.'ccunty, said 30 3959 61 tleseot as will pay the taxes due thereon I
, J. PARMLY & SON and was returned in l84S ,by D R Dunham Agent 31 61 70. 69 59 Florida and County of Orange from the'rear the State 1P45, A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.. "

I of John L Engle, and assessed to John .L Knglr. ; ....FEBRUARy. to and including 1851 to wit, '
offer their profeMcnal "lor' 10 the : 1VBLS11W WEEXLT: AT TWO DOLLARS A,TEAS. !f ;
" RitftCTFCUT ( and are paid before tbe'd.., I
aria Uentlcinea of tSt. Augustine lf.r a ft v> Unless taxes expenses 1 I 1S6 68'" '78 : 6S 100 acres belonging to or supposed to balsa g 10 4
Laaiet ,
Robert tad Jose >
or IIle. Shepherd Ssnctez
\ being in sciatica TEX TIBIT srjjsia or TBX nw sxtaa .nu. J
6' : n.
.,ei shoriffnnd rxotr.'I'ux ( 2 At .55 \)51 !
R. II. 60. township 17, 31 the
of their range place known
stall thenwhe. ae rvtcstt Du-
wish to 66 45 as ISSCXD riair or .
Tboat' .JIO S 41 A1' q.i TBX 1.1.tu
Aa>cssdr and Collector, sac. bardy's Cans!. JUT.' .1'
at d* WagnollnottsCt aTat
apply 60. 46
.1ttt'p'tl 439 55 + ,
4 'I
Unless and
Nov It 1851. taxes expenses are paid before the day
luunfd'wtely.Ma. I 6 40 61 is', 56 I Home Journal has now become wafrersaL
of sale.
PiEHUThaiteBiimonlals from Kvcral of the Tax Collector's bale. n few familesa of cultivated
6 63 58 63 4' There are. habita- (few ef I'
Prestdeeta of the United Btatei, sod p rofrs'ion d y virtue pfibe liowrr vested in me fcy law 1' 7 59 70 '71 61 Also, !3010: acres sssessei to Clarke and At those who seek to enliven and mike home the'most .
his prof' loual merit nail qualificlteM. shall expose for sale bt fore the Court House intelligent and attractive*ptaer-.who do not
59 ia section BOW
teipectinB jur 8 lit 67 56 kinson being 37, township 13, 29
.A rr,1J,1852. door in the city of.t. Augustine on the first Monday 9 5-1 65' 55 65 south and can at Haw Creek. W.A. Forward.Afc'ent range receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the
r of Mar 011. the following dewribcd l property gold threads of domestic happiness and true Btoral
61 72 66' Also, 600 acres in Township 18,., South float
SALE. 66
FOR thereof ss will| the state and 10 which
A"1'tt.llUUL1'F.R&CO'S. or so much pajr 63 '71 54 35, east,assessed to the brirs of ,Caroline Mge refinement are woven so thickly Into the
and the'necsury due there 11 and web of
eipeare coarser oar I'
Bubrcribrr, county taxes lardy, month of New Smyrna. stronger country's Industry
he 65
iTORB. by the IE511 10 Wit : 12 .al 6ri 41 and energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the ,
tchr.Nwylssbells 00 fur year Alto 5CO acres assessed to the said heirs of
and flew laud.re froin the One lot of land'wiihin th. limits of the city of 11 36 61 6:1: Caroline speaker to the hearts ot this busy nation in the hours
MeHardy, being in sections 49 aDd 50
I and
from Ualtimd'ir bounded*" iMtie' H rth Lot of relaxation.A .
Angustlne <> by to happinessaad
St. u 18 given
9 Cora part Township rings 34 and ia
White nut town.
lldOflbo,b+of Baltimore 1.. ..' j MarquU De Forgerii on the fronth by lot of Rev* STATE OF FLORIDA CI/ZpUIT COURT ship Id, and range 35 souslj of New Smyrna. n >t Nev YeI""Present fr.. m Gtntfau ,.s
gels \Vte Oats. II Axtrll end, M H Ppjand; Eair by., Maria fanckes JOHNS Unless taxes and t Lady, the Home Journal ia one oLwhich( fit,.
4 .M H yes t1IfY.f creekand. west by Rev. H 'AxteU'. Lot and'marsh EASTERN: CIRCUIUT. ST. of vale. expenses' ar.'pald. before the wumAranct irtr, **T lout,tad' it Ii easset:-.;

f t,;:{ lY"JIJ/I1iIe.ewaf.: / '.\. I toUr'. vf the 8t. grbuti'll"creek,raid lot was returned In COUNTY. day passed. ald4iD good taste. '

I!. 91 se e'p superiot Btttter, :. a s, 1851 by Michael: inaand assessed to William II.: Penelope M. R. Sumner Also 5000 acres assessed to Philip R.Younge I,. 7kit , l5' NO' laid, 'tfhadgett.Unless. .. COmPt.1 b' CnuKArt lag in sections, 37 and 38.township 21 .scoth range or for one copy for three yean 85 always :Ja ad

,Wt\t, AppleP. \ .... Taxes and expenses are paid before the Morton CornsthSumner $Bill for DiTOrce' 30 and township 21 south range 31, east,being on vance. "Subscribers; without delay.' Addres

.' JO,boxes MWrted Cracker4btla *.. day of '. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Lake Jessup Forward Agent.: MORRIS & WILLIE,.

)Mot Bread sa.le.B. ,p\ QVA, Shrriif'iind( ez-o ff It by aBid tit filed in this case, that Morton Cornish Onlesataxeland expenses are paid before the Editors. 107 Fultoo street.New? 't rk.

.tl, t.Jf'J'etr l' tatOf" Tax Asscsror and Collector,s.J,c. Simmer the Defendant above named resides day of sale.Ako. ADAMS & CO'S' -

.Witte .Bolter Crackers Nov JL 1851 S yond the Limits of tb* State of Florida. so that the 1090 acres oflandjn section 37, townships 4

,10....,.a.RIIJt.1Df1.I/: u 4r liuiiu'''' to amend ati Or- ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. 17 and 13 aog4 30. assessed to David R.DDham. f'I '-

.:, *"Onions. / _". tliitnur.o prohibiting HorsetniHl Therefore,on Motion of McQueen McIntosh Esq. ,being on Lake Berridbr'd. & Johns Rrvr. I' I,,' yr
"' 1)W' Hlt't. from ffoins at largo within Solicitor for the Complainant! is ordered that noi i SUnless .' t' ,
1 Ute C'OII..ascorttd, Cattle i' tice of the pendency of this suit be given to the aid
I of 'St- StAugmtluc. |'I tixc. and UprM are paid before the'da '
the City
; 8O"-pot Wheat Bran, 'Defendant, Morton Cornish Saner by publication '
i 1 eue 1'iekles.atrsortcd Bt :ordained by ,the Mayor and Alletmen of I in liThe Ancient City a Public NCW'Ipaptrpubliab- of 111('. ,s
2.Ai lou4t! Jan Yeerb t'!. that( ity oJ ,SI. Auguttinft fhait shall) also I ed in the City of 8t. Augustine,in the County and Also 600 acres of land,lying section 40town- J NEW
4 It .. Lemon iAt yrnp. be lawful for the City Mar.... .!. to report' to tie i I Circuit aforesaid for the apace of three months re- ship 17 south range 33 east,assessed to the esu'e Ala s

wkwle and mail.w Mayor the owner cr keeper of any horse, mare, trailing him the sail Defendant to appear and answer I of Linds,y Tod lieU i New Smyrna Foiward..gent. IIE\V OltLBEXPRESS. .. i
mule, and also 5auy cow, heifer, the said Bill the and the matters and things -' ,
A : rn.EfMu% gelding, colt or cr same Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the ,
,., r'r10 J1\s ball GX or calf found running at 'jarg wutan t thf i therein alleged will be taken as Confessed. day of sale. -, ', ,

: 1IV..Jt&ft:1d3I ?-.." 14-tfS" the City of St. Aug Uae c ttry J? the prori- I And it is farther ordered, that a heariaftb bad in GOO acres used to John Robinson being rrtiCU: : /
dons of aa' ..Or nsna, prohibiting .:horses and this Case, at the next June Term of Said Court to i ; oft tract of 2060 acres granted to Briggs sad 16. 18& 19 Wall at. .Nev.Yoth.--.

'i '"' ..AIl' B tGtE S. Cattle from .:01-1.' large within the- city, pf J3t. be boUS aDd for &Jchns County aforesaid at | part Robinson being in section 38,township 15 range 32 : *!&lnin s;!.. Hartford: CX .,. !
: NEW YORK JLOST Aegnsune. the CcarTHouse. in the said City of St. Augustine. and township 15, range 33, 8 and E oa HsllifaxUnles 5t States !., New Haven.CtQ j
OfF AT 1853..
I ID Council February 7th, Given under my !hand, at Chambers, this 4th day ; t
Passed ,
; 7.Pcnnsylfania .
, _tire S!or"> of Fresh and a .ortctl E J. de MBDICE,. Mayor froTem. of February, A. D. 1852.THOMAS River. Taxes lad expenses are paid before the day IfrJ Av., Baltimore'.o Wnshloglon.t, f .", j.= i!
t .. DOUGLAS, Judge,ie. 1
Mends at I i)a ka. I Attest -* ,of'sak.Also. Fourteenth Rfehjoond) Va. '
7 '
; ate .
I order. ;: !
.ffk 18511. A.. ,II. COLE.PE.CARR.. CHAS HAAGER.c.; c. A true copy from the original "
P,B. DUMAS Clerk,c. c. ST. josxs eo. 66 acrea assed to Cornelius Monroe on the 84 Wathiogton' sU Bosh n.

1 t.JORBPII i-- 11 Y now diacltarging.' 'Choice 1..lquo&e.Ito and Gin''llluncagabela: I, ,t.t. F.t.28W..l! ':_+_ Wekiva Creek.bounded ca the soath'by.George R. 79 Camp st., > ,Naw Orleans.;*l. ; j

s wattles' of Ctioa 1" ;Ili4rt : 'Betclnto4'Bnktwbtept! O'd >D mJ1dr W ,and Scotc,dote th Ale rndfi Forioe.fAftdeln.'Oo. liard Table nDe- Pin'Alie if., Fairbank's lands. Unless taxes' 'and expenses are ,p.bU \JlleetJD se oosen; WD t, I

( ergCheece L. \V 1y. .; Cherry do- 4..he.Magnolia JTetreat, openr\ throughout the D id before the day;of sale. .' ? .. ; for tesarary;,,pnrposes, always j" tIeadineai '

.Crd,ii Ittte1llalsins, .iiir, (T1iee, ttjdI to', tsi Non g.ami trrVCoidtals'Clara. : Wine,, .fill.. day and Evening. 1 J SIMPSON, Sheriff, and: Tax Collectoro.cjaa3J at the Msfnolia',Retreat.' : :--J.">. ,! .

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....I.eo Directory. =. ,,1" : For the county: of Nassau, Thnraday.before the STABILITY -SECURITY-PERPETUITY: Tax Collector Sale. J i. TaX CoUectoc'' -.-Ipk .,,'...... .-
,;: Hotel.' On .8t. 'Street,Dorth"ofIf' ." .' 1. "" "
'Magnolia George third .
Monday November. Y virtue of the law I :virtue of the power vetted inT I
$900,000. 'TT> vested in me by y
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f the Public Squire and one door north of the Methdiit F the county of Dural, ,on the third Monday of\ shall sale me k_ n' ..
P Cbl1reh1i November. THE: MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE J3l. shall expos fur ISle before the Court House expose fur before the'Ce1Irir, _

; .. Boast Oa Lane North ofr. COM PAN v I at MellonvUle on the first Monday of September at Mellonville- on the first Monday Of j7! .. __
i Florid ; Treasury For the county of Marion, on the; first Monday in described of 1ieU: a- '
r.' tbePoblic Square.CttyHeld. December.For OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL, next the fallowing: described tract of land or so much following tract land or toDIuef1. tlte '

f I On Charlotte and Bsy"Street, a fewdoors the ccanties of Alachua and Levy, on the RC. JET' Accumulated Fond NOT. 1st, 1849, $900t ,- thereof as will pay the state and County taxes I a* will pay and' the taxes of dab thereon"the Sb tit-..: .
, 11 goath: East of the Public Square. ondMonday in December. OOO.securely invettedsin Bonds and Mortgageson and the<< necessary expenses due thereon lor the year Florida. Orange for the Tear lajvwit .. ,
PUntero Hotel. 'On Charlotte Street and Treasury Forthe county of Columbia, on the third Mondayin real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stock* J851, to wit: m ...
r .Lane; north of the Public raare.annexed to theFlorida December. .1 of the State and City of New York and United ; lED; acres of Innd formerly owned by Nicoloatheperd 2QO section acres of Land assessed to Joseph M.SIJil', "

: the .States Government. I at Lake Manroe. Present owner not knowa. P then in township 16, range 33 S ..
Bocte.BOARDING The U.S. District Court, at St Augustine, on UaJlifaz River. f'
HOUSES. first Monday in April. This fond rapidly increasing by a widely extended Doable taxed for the year 1t'51.!! t en the ... ,
Alias F.tio. On t. George Street, a few doors TtlE TR4.VELLER'8 QUIDS. and prosperous business. J. SIMPSON, Sheriff nnd Tax Collector, o.c. : Also, 310 acres assessed to the said Jo, ". ;

t oath cube Court Horse and Public Square. The Company declared! a dividend ol profits of Ci Ftb. 28. 1852. Sanchez io sec 51,township 17, raa'w 34, f ,I

t t f 1! O. If Popf. On Bay street corner of Bay and ROUTES FROiTcHARLESTON- ty-two percent on all existing policies on the, 31st and east, west of Smyrna. t :"
i Garden Lane. of Tax Collectors Sale. I J. SlMPSONi Sh4riJf'.nd Tu CI.Otetcr-cr. '
I January, 1848. i :
/ as................ Jan. 3, 185?. .
i 1 il Mvv 1WJVO. From Charleston to New York. vaying".Uyat Ail the Profits .arc divided amongthe By> virtue of the power vested iu' m!s by law I

; i Duct.f F. Weeiojt. Office at.his Dweilin g House 31-2 o'clock r. x, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 ) insured. I expose fur sale before the Court House Tax Collector's
en Bridge Street. 'miles.-By Railroad to Weldon 162 miles.-To Petersburg The premiums are payable in cash annually,sem- i door at Melloarille on the first Monday of July rirtae of the 6RIt. s

.Doct.* JeAn E. Peck. Office'on St. George. Street, 63.-To Richmond 22.-To Acquit Creek Annually, or quarterly, interest\: being added'on the next, the following de.eriled.traet. of land or so fly> expose for poorer sale before vested in me b y In+ t ,

i .' doors North of the Court ..Ilotae.DRUGGIST. '. 70.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railrad to deferred payments. I much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the door at Mellcuvilleoa the first the Ce.n a

1 Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia 92.-To New-York The cash principle adopted by this Company secures State of Florida and County of Orange for the year the following described Monday of Jarv 1M...
: ,t 'p..0. Zy>;tra. Chemist and Druggett* Charlotte) 87. Total distance 771 miles.Time 60 boars. Fare t6 the parties for whose benefit the insurances 1851. to wit: thereof as will the tract due of land or as mttd t

.$treet. : are effected, the whole nf the advantages, without U02 seres of land being part of a grant of 4000 of Florida and pay taxes thereon the atai*'
County of Oran
$20.The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated acres assessed to Domingo A costs, in section 3?, to wit : grR for the yea l.j.
LAWYERS. premium notes. township 20,Range 34 and 35 near Flown Jet Creek -
the o'clock '
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; I ,tllery' Lane. ; .. 'Theo in 60- hours. Fare (State-Roota$25. and'the lives of A married woman .can in- 42. township 11, Range 31 south and
From Cterletton to Philadelphia The Osprey! others. J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector: o r.. eatw",
5 jtf. A. Putnam. Attorney and Councellor. leaves Charleston other at 4 o'clock, cure the life of her husband,the benefits of which are jan3d 152 ,Halliiax River... ,/
nt Law,office, Picolata street ; "* every Saturday secured by law for the exclusive use of, herself or chil- J. IMP.ON, Sheriff and Tax Co1Ie..tor,
Fare *
hours. '
.x.-througbJn 60 $20. Tax Collector's SalcBy ,
Jan ,
af 3,1832
Cure 7. Fairbanks. Attorney and" Counsellor -.From ClarUiton to New-Orlegtis. 'Leaving dailyat dren... 'r, ,- .. ? virtue of the pewer vested in me by f law, d1.

# J.aW-i.\licetn\be. .. Court. House. 10 o'cJoc'A.. K. By S. C. Railroad to AngosU 136 Clergymen'asd.all otlwr StI' eat-upODJ41a- shall rjipujt fui .Jirbrfuie-theXTon'rt House QnxLGolLee tis Sll 1-

miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171: -By nes are specially'invited ro avail themselves of a resource door 1\fellol1fille on the hrst Monday of July next .-m Y virtue of the power vestedUio meshall ". .

f f foil PUBLIC OFFICES.; Court I Macon and western.Railroad. .to Griffin 42.-By ; whereby their surviving familcs. may be secured I the following d scribed tracts of land or so much l expose for sale_before the ,Coati .
Office. G. E. Llambias
Post Master
1 Jlouse. Stage Opolaka 35.=By Railroad"to Montgomery I rom the evils of penury. thereof wiH pay the taxes due thereon the State :'door at MrllonTiUe! on the first Mandayof *,.
331 To New-Orleaaa : Pamphlets explanatory of principles of MutualLife of Florida and of the
65 -By Steamer to Mobile *- Count Orange for the year ,following described tract of land
; ',Surveyor Gentraft Office. B. A, Putnam Snroreypr 166. Total distance 1.03C. miles. Time 123 hours. Insurance and illustrating "II advantages, with 1851! to wit : thereof IS will pay the taxes due thereon or u

.. f .Lane and General,on Hospital Streetcornet of Artillery Fare $39.50.From i forms ofappli.ationD1ay be obtained at the office 01 377 acres of land belonging or supposed to br> of Florida. and County of Orange for the tit;

1I0lpttalStl'f'tt. Charleston to 11sta.Orleansviz Savannah the Company, 35 Wall st., or of any of its Igrats.'fRUS.fEBS Ion; to Th omits Forbes being in section 45 town to wit : year.. )
p \Land Olfte-A. T. Nods Register of Public ; '
9 Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. 1 I 6 range 23 south and east, assessed to die said 160 acres assessed to ElixaHeth :. 4.:
!Lsnds-office in the Court House. daily at A. x. By Jos .. David C Colden, Bunch Iar
B Collins Forbes.
I Thoi. T. Russell Receiver, office in Court -By Central Railroad to Macon and Western KaU- Thos. 61, township 16. range 3!, south and t'Utoa'lJalUfn
II eUJe. road to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100., 'Wra J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards Also, 512 acres in sct'on 40, township 16 south, River.

Judge of Probate (G. Humphrey's Judge J office By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mo- R HJ: Cur"7, Wm-Belt, range; 29< t'ait. assessed to Thomas I Forte J.J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax CoflertIf

Jo the Court House. bile>331.-ToNew-OiIesns 166.Total distance 1,032 Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt Also. 513 acres in section 33! township 14 couth jan -3. 1852'{ .
iles. hoarsfFare 639.50MISCELJANEOU3 C W Faber, Isaac G Pfctnon, range 27 east being on West banks: of Lake George ,
Peter B. Dumae. Clerk Circuit Court,'office in m Time 77
the Court TABLE. John P Yelverton, Henry Wlls, an4 aasegjed Thomas Forbes Tax Votiectortt A'a&S

Hafatl B.House.Canova. Sheriff and Tax Collector,of- Distances. Fare- Time. Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore 'J. HI M PdON, Sheriff an J Tax Collector! ,o.c. B Y virtue of the power vested in me fcr itni;
Stacy B Collins Zebedee Cook, shall for sale before f
hee in the Court House. To Athens, 7a., 221 m. $7)5) 20 h. Jan- 3.1352: expose the Coats
John II Jona Miller, ftlelionville: ) the first '
swift nt on Monday of
Cotttetor Customs John M Hanson, ofi'tee- "Chattanooga, Tenn., 445 13.12 31 uy
tfohn Wadsworth David A Comstock Tax Collector's Sale. following described tract of land I'
Planters Hotel. v:: "Columba.S. C., 130 4.00; 8 S M Robert virtue of the vested in law I so ma \
Cornell, Shuyler, power me by of as will pay the taxes due thereon
BY fa
Intpeetor of Cailomt. Ora Howard, office in "Clmtlen, S. C., 142 4,00. 9 8
GOUT M Wilkins James Cbambtn.I. levied upon and_ will expose; for saleat Florida and County of Orange for toe
Howard Buildings, Market square. I Hamburg, S. C., 136 4,00.8 John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, Fort Copron on Indian five, St. Lucia county towls. rears J ,

f. H. Droneon. Judge U. S. Court Northern 1 "M mphw,Tenn., 740 28,0wPassengers Fred,Whittlesey Moses If Grinnsll (there being no Court House in said county) on the 2304 acres on the West ride. j ..'
District the above leave 8Jaer.t
I of Florida, office in the Court House. for either of places
Charles Wm J Bunker tint MonJirv of between the usual hours
May next;
side of HaUifax
Ely east
: Hirer .. .
I. , John'C Eugene Dutilh. of sale, the following described tracts of land, Miranda
I ,the Court House. I I Cruger or so bring in section 39 and 40, .....
I 1 I, A. V. Walter Joy, Francis Lathrop, much as will pay thin State an 1 County Taxes assessed range 29! south and east.Sheriffand. ,Jtf

,the Deputy Martial. George. I. Zchubanr, office in n' virtue ot thepower vested in me by law 1 Alfred Pell, J O ;.'hatcher. thereon for the year 1851, viz : J. RI\IPSON: TxCollec ]

i Courthouse. I shall expose for sate be ore the Court House JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. g 1OD:>> acres of an Island known as Hntchin.ons ian.3. 1853',

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. door at MellonvUle on the first Monday of Aug-m ISAAC ABB ATT, Secretary. bland! j situated in said county of St. Lucia, bonded ..
Gad..Ilam I
reys. effice in the Court House. the described tracts of land or so AIfT-UNION ..
following .
; next Joscrg BLU.TT, Counsellor.G. on the North by Indian River Inlet, un' the OF-FHlLADELfffl ;
Gto L' PUUipe, Notary Public;-office on. Bay much' thereof as wIll pay the taxes due thereon theState R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. South by St. Lucia Inlet or Gilberts Baran- the Incorporated bjr the "
I Street, little North-of the Market and < Leghlalare'Pennsylvania.
a dporloftha
net of for the
of Florida and Orange
Co-.nty Feb 16th.
; Post office. i i' ; Past by the Atlantic O.ean, and on West ,by -7 "
OFFICERSJMsyor USI. to wit ; Indian River abased against Major F. Woodbri ge I FOR THE PROMOTION
CITY 1JOO 1f m,11& m. OF .
of Land In Tumbull belonging ,
I 750 acres : swamp and F. M. Robinson, residents. Unless the taxes
-,, Laureate-Gio. L. PAUli;,. or snppoedto belong to Wra G Foot returned ST. AUGUSTINE, .E. F.TIIIS thereon and CJts are paid beforejhe day of sale. .JllTS OJF&ESlGjr/JV r-

Fo.l Arnau Andrtut\, \ j by Benjitain A Putnam. Also, 320 acres of land, (the same being! a pin 11 NITaD: 'rirai.OFFICERS. .
E.. a 9 N,4ieil.A&tJ fnD f n. i! Also, 350 acres belonging or supposed to belong tSTAHLISHMEXT hav of a Grant of 12,000 acres made by the Spanish ,

.F. J. QKineey.Clerk J .I to Chariot T Gobert, returned by William A For .i# ins undergone Thorough Repairs this Government to .Eoaebio Maria Gonvz on the 15th .
of the City Council, Charles Haagtr, office ward. present season is! now, rend for July 1818) situated !in said county of St. Lucia on HIXKT C. CARET, Prridmt.VrLLUs D. 1 "
.at the Council t j : I reception ot Compare FAMILIES AND an Island lying between Gilberts: Bar and Jupiter Vice Prendent. EDWAID P. Mcrcnxu 2.wvrer
City Marthal and Clerk tht'Marttt'; F.P. I I Afro, 1000 acrfsbelon'sins' : or supposed to belong TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious Barand known as Jupiter Island except 80 acres lying E. If. Banta Recording Stcrttorj;

.r.rrtirat. : to N. }'Harris, returned by John Fontane. Apartments. on the west side of Jupiter Narrows belonging to GEOXQE. DKWXT,Cone spa edi ttgSet: JMANAGERS t

,: PORT WARDENS.J' '. j I the Ksiafe of F. M. K. Morri..nn late dei nseJ or so -00- .fi
Also, 900 acres belonging or tuppojed to belong Rooms Airy. Cleans and Ifcaf-
much there of as will pay the State and County snag. :
Charles 100..B. Pomar.
Haagtr' I to Robert Martin, returned oy B A PutnamAlso I. nets Itself fnmixlied baudsomeljv-
I I Assessed theon for the years 1849 IR50 and 1851. J ohn Pnrtaln. Charles Toppan James S. Wi

i .,. ; AUCTIONEER. ; 610. acre belonging or supposed to belong Nothing Wanting.i ; unless the taxes thereon and costs are paid before the I Charles Macalester, E. H. Butler UeDIf 8..!
nttr,J*. P. Ferreira tad J., A.it'eo. Strischa.MERCHANTS. to John P.P.vWJUams, returned by B A Putnam i: The House is well known I\'bcing; recnlly day of sale: C. L. BIMYTON, Sheriff Ex. Offi. I son,M. D., Charles 0. Leland,Willlsm KT: -..
I Built, Expressly with a view to the attain Tax: Assessor and Collector. i i ifs.
'j ,' ; Joseph D. Htewart,SI. p., Ed.ia R.< .
a .... ,I +I '; mi J UrSON. Slitrift"nnd Tax Collector, o. c. odnlion of Invalids nnd other, being entirely) St. Lucia Co. Florida.Janu3UUj59. I dward P. Mitchell John 8. Haft,A It; '

1hrth'LJ.amf tc Howk-Cgrrier bf St. George Jan .TUt, 1852. {I bum of Wood. 'with RjDom' connecting, Fold; .: i James L. Cbzhorn. .
Doors &;:c.1iIcJi renders Tree'fro'rrtDampness. !
i Treasury Lint I inn ---
'! BtrrovgkiE. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer I. virtue*hx of the Collector Powesrested in me bylaw, i Fireplaces, Blinds to windows I --rI'DX; Collector'* Kale.By I Every ncna & 'l'. for
in fiat quality Family Groceries of al! kinds. LIsooratc I. ,BY expose for sale before the Court House :j,, through, opening on Piazza ,Prorn" nndo Two virtue of the power vested In'me by law I I "\ ivef ur raci! 3abriptiooof0FiviJ

No:2 East aide Charlotte Street, 'North dooc at Jtfellonville on the first Monrfay of July nest i Hundred }'cot. Protection from Rains, CoMViuds..co. I expose (or sale before the Court House i a print uf
t .of the : I much \ desirable from in the city of St. Aiijustine; on the first Monday oi I UU
Publhsquare. t the following described tract ef land or so forming a : RETREAT TJNGTON'S "CHRtHTIANA AND
May next, the following described
Alton, Hutt. Jjealer in Staple :and Fancy D thereof as will pry the taxes due thereon the State confinement at nil seasons mf the year.r much ,thereof, will the State Dn"property or so CHILDREN"

Hoods, West aide of Charlotte strut, a few dooi ryn'I of Florida and County of Orange for the year 1651, I The House is situated ftcil1nJth' in central the : pay due thereon e'for>unty the taxesand Engraved ly IOSEPII ANDREW,

i North Treasury LaQe.SlIl I to wit position, and retired from Other Dwellings i ncaessary wit : expenses year1851to AND THE COMPANION, ,

IL W<eman. Wholesale and'Retail dealer I 0350 acres assessed to Thomas Fitch being s n The House contains 45 Rooms with addition : '2UUO 2J Jail t in A print of ITuntington'o. vAIESClPlt Dl _
acres rats being section 31, private
tn Dry Goods and Groeerws. Grocery store on the f section 36, 39, and 42. Townships 14 tad 15 |' al Parlours, Dinin, Suiting Ifnoms. nd conveniences I II surveys, township 5,South rang 2G'east, and Engrnedby ..t.IL RITCHIE, N",. ,

ground floor ;of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store range 32. j; SIM Pi: ON, Sheriff and I I I in general For Accommodation; section 39 township 5 south, range 27 east, beine Or the choice of any two of thefnlowiar j"'

Charlotte street, opposite.Misses Finkhams. Jan3l85i; Tax Collector. I not be surpassed. part of the New Switzerland tract, lying about 28 Fonr Splendid Engravia
.M sees 5. t( 21; FinHan.: ,Dealers in Fancy The well earned this House .. ,
Coeds, dtc. the Hotel East TO POST A8TERS. Reputation miles( from St Augustine, in St Johns county, said TIX:
aide of Charlotte opposite street.P Planters on POST oiwiris STAMPS.fin has from Year to Year aCqnircd.jt; will be th* land was returned in IP4'J by D R linham.: Agent 1.-JOHX KNOX'S I.TTEXVISW wrra lfA3Q ,,

,dr*Btptt. 'DtalerinGroceriaProridon.dte.eorner'gf ;' HE undersigned, Postmaster at Pleasant Grove Proprietress Mrs. DAVH aim to'sustain, nnd of John L Engle and assessed 'to John L Kngle.: S&.OTI.P"intelly 1 Ltutze, Jo" grsvef If 5- ''i i

Cuna and Si. George street!: I JL. Alleghany Co. Maryland, was the first person in I for the, liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns of Unless sale. taxe.-iahd expenses are paid. before the day 2.-R csa urn Boil, Painted by Sot&eratl.&zriril] :,

Mtnuel Dealer Pro,. undertook I her thanks. bo 84rt"i. f1'.....
Crtipo. in Family stores, the U. S. who conceived, and extenshely '!,
.alone, &e., corner pf Charlotte!and Bridge streets.' I I to publish the idea of supplying all post offices with Tho Table will be supplied with choicctGame R. B. CAN'OKA* Sheriff anti rxoff.T 3.-MEXCY'S VitixtPaittd6y aj.fte ,J Jtedoy

F. J. qaincr.Vatch maker and Jeweler, on cheap stamps. All stamps made by him! are war Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks, Venison, s Assessor Dud Cullcctor. ,) s J c. "Ritekie. ]

;.George meet. .nearly opposite office of Dr.Peck. 1 I ranted'' equal or superior to any other that can be Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time Nov I., 1851. CausTL&5A ASO mat C.ar> ..'{,/',,;> j.

4 i nD'. Nil", .. Retailer; of Boots, Shoes, Caps, procured at the same price, and whenever any are our Rivers and Forests abound. Two amore r ttagion.Bncruetl iy1ze- '

flats and Dry Goods, east:side Charlottee street, seat out in any way defective or unsatisfactory,du Hunters, sporting exclusively fhr"tbis Tax CoIlcclorN alt. And a copy..pf thePhiladelphia ""YJ

corner of Charlotte street and Treasury'Lane. j Iplicatea shall be forwarded, on notice, withoutcharie. House. By virtue of the power vested in me by law 1 Art Union RrA 6 ,

Lawrence Au dreu. Tailor, \ Charlotte street, AU who order a set",of camps WITH eels s- Horse!*, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing I shall expose for tale be lore* the Court House monthly amphtet.containingarepoitoftk .J t

.near the J Fc.rt.| ( I ron WTIS, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty. pieces,}.. Tackles, Boats,for Eccursion&c.' door in tbr thy of st. Augustine on )the first Mon actionsof the Institution, and information! "oti.1.1

JoJinUtina.;; Boot maker, harjotte'street near.t1l. shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. Very Respectfully, day of May next, the followm? described! property J of the Finer|l. *' !

City Hotel.Mich'ael I Addreta "Poet Mister, Plcasnt Grove, Alleghany PROPRIETRESS.IT. orsomuc't thereof as will p-iy'ibe} State anJ TIIRbUGfIOiJT THE WHOLE WOR. .

Nellifan-Csbinet Makrr. Charlotte Co. Md. county taxes and the necesiary expenses due thereon .
.trefl.b low Ten perauee'' Hall. fur the year 1851, to wit : III)
/. B.-It Is the'\Tl h df the Proprietress The! Art Union of Philadelphia! lwuls!
t 'JlfaaBtf. Black
; Smith and Gun Smith, near Tax'Col'eetora Sale One lot of land within the limit* cf the city of t
that the Servants its own Carti-caUa with which ,'
the attached original
: North., Gate, of the I City. : I BY virtue otthe power re.fed' in me by law I to the Home lionld be civil, attcn St. Augustine De bounded the on the North by Lot o I works of Art may b:purchased in any part I' t
l\Ialqui. Forgeris on South
!expose for sale before the Court Hou.sedoor by lot cf Rev
Milliard live and obliging. States, at the option and selection of the
Ttllt. Biuling .All,,. Ora Howard, at Afellonvillu on the first Monday of July II Axtl"1I end' M 8 P01auJ. East by Maria ."sacks s I "'<
Howard Built ings.Market square. I next, the following described tract of land or so CARM1CIIAEL ANU OSGOOtrs creek,and west by Rev. II ..txt I1's Lot and mart may. obtain a prize at thnAnnual ,, tl;

JSsuliag i''''. Li uori .tad Rtfrtt\mt\.i,. b y mngh thereof. will pav the taxes due thereon the DREDGING IHACIIIXE. of .the St. Sebastian creek, said lot was returned in Distribution y
J'. BricUtr, Cl y UbteJ ;' l' underssigned have been appointed 1WI Michael Iud Which takes place an the Ecening tflkt.,_
I' State of Florida and County of Orange for the TUG agents by UlSi.n:!, as&encdtu William: N. '
.fkUipGont Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, 1851. to wit : owners ofhls invention and would recommend Shndjett.UnleuTaxei: .. daq an every Year. '

&:., Charlotte. street, opposite Bridier's Bowling t year 100 acres assessed to Joseph M Hrrnimlcz in it to Contractors, Companies or Individuals, and expenses are paid beforeh e THE EXECUTIVE COUU1..E& 0
Alley. section 43. township 14, range 32, souTh and cart who are about doing work ol the following description day of Sale. AKT'UNION.When .

I J. SIMPSON, Shrrift"aad? Tax Collector, o. c. ,viz: It. B< CANOVA, sheriff'Intl cx-off. : so rrqaestet.select works of Artwh {
r OFFICE Jan. 3,1852. Extensive drainage Swamps, Marshes, and Fu- Tax Assearor and Collectors., or cbmoenaauon, rrom- their ,
Vftt of tlPtcolU'MilStage, Brldi.,'. City I.I .' gar Plantations. Nov /. 1851An J. c. FREE GALLERY, 210 CH2SNUT ST ..

a Jfotsl. Building Levees around Plantation Towns, vor those persons in the country, who vita

.. j I Tax C..Uectim Sale.BY Opening Channel way and teraoving Ban at the ordinance to amend all Or- mote (turn Galleries,or public exliibiubu!
-CHURCHES. virtue of the power vested in me by law I mouth or Rivers and Harbors. probibltlu Horses Fine Arts. ,
,. Tatar ,ICalA./M CiKrc North aide for sale before the Court ? and
i? '" expose Honst Making Canals through swamps,marshy or candy Cattle from going at largo withinthe .
;tqa&N-1 \ \ 1 dporat SJellonville on the first Monday of July '
1 1 | next grcund. .' ab.mptlottl of m'n'tereup! .1. shitas
City of at. Augtutlue.
$i..palCkri&. South aide Monument the following described tracts .of land/or '
square. so much water around Wharves and .
Deepening Piers. early as practka5tt!>> t) oj t> tititliCfarly
at IYttyt fLiR Ckttrtk. On St! thereof as will the taxes due Be :ordained 6y the Mawr and Aldermen .. ,
George attest.ontkJoi pay .the8tat e Keeping upon channel way through Lakes: and Riv- of < nara'>ar3of tha Rsjiirter,"... wh9 'IfiUward.a.upon
thexQuare. ; of Florida and County of Orange to wit : Vera; removing Rafts 'or woken Logs, teazlpf the City of Augustine Ttint i ia afinil also the thl
i Met 4i11 Epi* terra of land gmted to Roots. of Trees, etc. be l lawful for die City MarItal' 10 report to the of the recfipl df monryjto

: rar the Magnolia Home i, Joseph 'Drleroin. opnotite Klorrats Island, Jndiauj To pVaons desirous 0(,Improving waste Lands bv Mayor the owner or keeper of any horse maree The Country.Honorary Secretaries. will .
: River, doubled taxed from the fur 1845 to and including drainage this mcbin can ba be recommended as tb gelding, colt or mul, and also any cow, heifer, snbscriptions.or remittances glve-re-
.,-RIUis OF COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT 1851* '* '; only one adspted-to all the purpose necessary' bull, oxorcnlf found running at large within the GEORGE mar be made le '

PF FLORIDA. ".' i Unless taxes and expenses are pnld-bafore day ot To tho e who are building or repairing Canals, or the City of St. Augustine j contrary to the provisions W. DEWCorresponding

I sntKO 'tux.Font. j .,.t.1 J. SIMPSON, ,SheroT and drains it, will be found of immense value,as it will i of an "$rdinsaee prohibiting horses and 4.
Jan. 3J, 1S52 Tax Collrctar. Canal Cattle from goiog at !large within" the city of SlOChranut Street. Pblhidofvh
I : ConatieajofjOrangeand St Lucia, at Mel o e. deepen the ,andat the same time form an em ,St.
looville, on the first Tuesday in April, aDd on t beta boa meat-or levee. ) Augaadnr" Frt:"" PPUeav i l'

third Tuesday, before! the first'Afondsy\ in Nov. .Tax CQlkctort Sale. This matbine' is used with either hone or steam Pilled Council February 7th, U'Sj. JUST received per schr. Mary A .

I be,. ';,ineaeh'andeffryyearr,4"i virtue of the power. vetted in me bylaw I power which can be Increased to any ute"t. B. J. de M DlIES' Mayor Pro Tem. ho follnrning artic1ci u

For the county>of Pptawq,at'Piktka,second Toee.dcfinlApriL BY expose frrsale before the Court lion use They are now in successful operation in all parts of Attest, Crackers, Butler, Inrd, Hams Da con.<:

doorst MelloavUIe on the first Monday of April!! next :be county,and may be seen at Chsrieston.Sonth Car CIIAS, HA ACER.c. c. Potatoes, Onions, Teas Sugars, Flouri!'
: orthe coaoiy cf Marion,at Ocala, foprthlload. I. the ohms Nave Yard Pensocola and. the
y following described tracts of land or so much ; ; on Canal between Presterves Pickles Coffer, Beans; pices Soaps Brooms.
i ,r ,PtiJ. ; : rj I thereof as will pay the tsxhs due thereon the State Galveston and San Louis. v RESERVKD Fruits' Ac. Corn, Outs, Brand, Porter Ale,
j Fet die eodatiu of Alachva ,of Florida and BJ application to J, 8. UECOR. Eq., P sorteJ-.piumsJeaches.
and Levy,at Ne" County .Orange' for the year 1851 our Agf n- Limes, Apples, Quinces Pine Wine, Orange ons, Cocoa nun, AId
j ,- .1nil1f"ar., blonds in May, to wit : at Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida Apples, <;or- Rai8tn
nab ,Turnartnd9f
Oranges, Figs Strawberries. &c. B. E-
J ifcrtha Cou '.of Colombia the drawing of the machine can be seen, with informal? Currant, ,re
) at Alligator, on 144 ac.rea of Innd being of Guava VermaeUli
part a .tract "f Jelly, JiaearonJ, greet .
d the Oil -
: COlt etc
caa Monday of May. t: a.to ,
520: acres the ertito of Anton h Ponce Almonds Madeira Nail Choice (
North Fibrils! Pea Nvts.IlIGned J.lqnors.&e.Id
Wedeesdty Iheeonnl/nf befcre the Nassau fourth, at Monday Natsan C. II.,on. the of Smyrna Barr, doubled taxed. .II I J1.I,12&b 1851GILBERT&SECORNe, Candy.Roc> Candy, Citron, Raisin,. Cassia. Bay () Brand,."Uollan' Ola; -- ..
May. vR York
; Whiskey Irish
Rum, C rese Water, and Scorch do. Ale
I "
i Fovtiieeounrr of Dual at Jacksonville on the Alto, 932 tcrri of land on tho En nWe ai NOTICE. 7$..." T I'nn f'I: vnaKrr tees Ctiajopajne Win "
PrexVea, Spanwh Oavrs, .Uad.ttn.l 64 sit
fourth f ,Champaign
Monday Mar.Forth : Claret LJ-
f ,
I. I\ lake ,George.RUppnsedSo belong to Domingo S HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors, Rein r -Farini! Wheaton Crttt. Pert,d4 Coupes Watrr, Cordial, i iff L
County of 8t. JobnX at'Bu; Aujuatine, Acosfa-in acct tut -I8, tuwuabip 13, 27 H. Legatees, & others interested in dec.
.IitheWcondMtadayin June t; range the Estate ol Salmon, Pickles, Capers Sap 8ag ;aJS FwcJ '. BTOTICC'fs :. ,
l double taxed. Henry,Klonne late of dt. Johns' County deceased Soaps. Cracker,Anderson, F'ma. '
For the cocBtlea of FitLTKUC. j Abo 165 67-100 seres of land that on the expiration (six Months from the data' Honey Dew Tobacco/& t"t; Tobacco. Uen ,- '""- hefts girra to s>llw
i Orange and 5t: Lacie, Tuesdaybefore oh the' enst hereof I will apply l. the Coon of e. at relaiL l, tag
Probatea for Claims against the Estate _
the fintMbodarof November.Fortne side of Lnko in section 4'7 )38 the B 4
f : :Jeorge en. su Eo CARR.
':/I'. p County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final' Fahny aenr. deceispd, enher aator's Legatee
; settlement
1 ; county,.of Putftara, at Piliika tbcaeeond : to bsinng -tri the en'ixte of r
pocd Richard
( I of with said .
"'I'atllca'b! rore the&st3ondaZ of November Wcightman. doubled taxed 1J V', administrator my accounts thereof. tatlc.jud. a discharge aa p Roema.l eettrig"s.....;ptiviteRoottisStttin I of.otierwise.t&ai they are eegalteLs; $
t'o for fire sate within two from tbeJa: !!
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