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: May 22, 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: UF00048575:00087

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THE ANCIENT CITY Fritm the Mt mphit Ayp nl, April _-:,, This writ tIle policy,of Jlr Calhoun, give \ ROJ A NTIC INCIDENT.The j THE MONKEY BOY OF ,f
AFRICA. i iin
rt rtrtat.tsittD WEEKLY, PRESENT CONATION OF HAYTI.condition I ,Hat( luntl,-r n) circurmtnnces could he /fi.ivoli'vii : cnrri'sp')dent of the New 'York 74Ibwsre We noticed on Wednesday the ..

BY S A U DAY, 'T"C' '' and. future fntej ll.iytiClllltKi g I 1 brtHitfh', in our opinion,tn snnctinn sucl relit the ,lot owing. The same u describedB'fcrfoa CbnrJestoo of a l fJt1nu. In"the appearance eba ot 4j

J "'!'\I&fJl'r". C) !b ditltgJ'itcrt9tlh'. Argcr-:., iMil, urdifv irb recupiiirlns such a burlesque oJ-iD.he., :papers; ': ,tVyuth z..: a.tsegrcf b, >4 who,was..short{y robe tthiisy\ .,
r ... 11".' fa "bv tt''n.blt, 1\. I srva'rrnatttbnla .1Jyt.i; :, > 'I W'at' and cojrjapaotons+ wereotWid7fy7fn t o,>,Iliet'hitl 'J'1a' otYeatards.J.ve".. .., ," ,
ii t>e7: 3Myitr-ni sid rb; idle j g1g -a IblMtcstltwoi, .
as } a fLUJ the stnmghuhU'Tif' fatrillKttrTpowi',. ip,-h("t j to the pre'iftTOtcrmlitionoi H/tvti. ae mpareil officer of rrtnk wus sei't to them bv'the'Grand der.- .VJI

H-rquorr of 12 Iiw or tuJrr. for lbe first, Eire Indiiin Neap aboye aU, franc ;bu chtnc.: i with its Ktiile at thn period when it passed un Vizier, from Constantinople, to inform them The ,African.Weafcr, as iVferra&J,' .

I rsrrtoa, ud SITUrt.Fn'E Curs fur each ..ubu..flrf tur ..f iu population f fwii filki! 'i: iit rmvnrilluitiits : der tiogroe rule, would be ,appropriate; but that a majority of. Ihe Divan bad decided to ? a Icing prcseniing so peculiar. affinity'rjrtwcen. repre.nis

imntton.( A tlrtloction will br mode for no. to it iiHist. iuturcsiiiig. iluf Ibo in. joiir4 I limits corn )'l. p. :to defer them until toj surrender ih: refugees and that tbe only the auman species and the monkey :V

losrrrd for IX meal ks. Itatilautsnf our couul-); wtmlJ scant toiiiuku: j j i nr irrrnr. They afford rrHencImly proof of the ; trio tm for them to preserve their h"as to tribe, .as without- any previous knowledge ot'

titttCT AU idvertlemeati mast be laid for Ufurein it intp "Kihfa for our sr(>venuiK/rii no: to watch j total nnfitnp"of the rr.gm raft for self government renounce Chris aanuy"and! 'embrace Moslem- its history, to puzzle naturalist in tho effort .
trite I Wilt every im!'nuulilcil: ;h rro <>f ciri? ', tin A rc- and of irs rapid and ruInous' decline : wm. K muib'* hen icaliswer b:well known ; a I fclentibcaiioa. Its neck, chin mouth and 'j
>fnl"a! ,111)-:11 a regular 't"tnrr. By 11 Interns which; the n.i'J.'n" hot.J with f'rrigncabuitHNns whtrn.ver left tn its own Rt).)lance. E.xperi- but feeling that it was the dUly of Ihe patriot I nose. are those of. human being while the t

ring tu our terms, the rcctuisite, ruin mny be atccrHmfrf + well (Ins trir dtiffil! tie [Milicy.- -j 1 cure, history; obiCrr"t ltn.un laid to the coo.l .10 make every honorable effort :o preserve eompaiaiivrlj small conformation of the heM;" r .I !

CM new inittrJ with the admtiscmcnf.CT Under the 'iM-tb-r dig s lrl iMir ,.fip!(iinacy: hel cliisi'Mt that un J
Advrrti8 bt5 sot marked with the n m1tVr r ;)rc Mr. Ftllmoro had ;pntroducvd! i it(, asn .">s- the -ncgnics ever advanced so fir; in; civiltzu, a letter,explaining to him the 'dangers !temporal, pointed occiput and peculiar phjs- ,i

*f InwrtioOT jrrqairril., will. be eoutiuarJ until tent, timt our ting '.It; toi>til t )it giiittlv'to ,11! : lion ns inn stnteot nbsnjute bondage to th'jCuucassinn by which hiioaclf .and associate* Were I lo nvm>c*' charactcritwtics, represent a close i j i
.iiiittilts rccnlu iK-ioro tidy< tlireut anti tnmeivncquiesce 1 Iii rnce; when released'from tlilU poitrtion surrounded. ; affinity to the.monkey tribe. ,hI is about 33 i
forbid,tat t dwrgrJ for. i ( in whatever rnyiuwK-nts' a British they ilogenerftle nt once. Lrft to them. Cnir. ilcnningsrn, of thr English! nrmy who, inches in height when fftsct. out ;usually f1,

Notice to Debtors and rr..tltMI' : $i 00 lur Spanishntinister iriy m-iko or uggesT* : sefve, the retinein<'nt+Ashnntiv, the intel, {left Bngl.inJ t to aid in tbe Himg'irinn struggle, on 'oil fan. The .only peculiarity denoted goes '! \1

.' Application 6.rfkuetxof AdMiioietraiion, S 00 : in Wii-auii tot ,--in thiMo letter time, we say, jectualdcvetopeinent i, 'oJ Cant is their culmi found, Kodsulh on exile at Yitmn.Vitb him I by the gen r organization of the, limbo, is .:

IT AUrcttjjions nalla- will be inserted gratttitOllftlf. : Iluyti 08 watched nriU the utrig cH of Er.I rating point. Recent travellers, Htjrard Tav. I&muth consulted as to the snannerof. s sending r Ibf:1J' 'frculeslle -the fingers and. hands ;
Land and Fmttro wrrnnnt iprttetl and thwnrlid ,,Ior the last, has demonstrited for us that those tbe important letter to Palmerston. He ,said ,' being attenuated the feet end toes" of the in'lclorexlnmIIeStConespondingnbo'with j

ST All bills for JW Prmtin", most be paid on I 11ft ci.mpK-iely! by l(tat nn s.t able of nil diplomatists twnrkot'Upter Bgyp;cxhibitin' ( ,; more or less he was a poor than, and the letter" gauss reach the : _j
Sind'atat'srni4'n of hh day-Mr. Cnl- of progress in n former pertod, were not the England tn ten days. I upper or superior. A peculi.r development .

, tine .itIiYf'IT flhe work. houn-.while he wns SccrrMaty ot Sink, that '- eations'of the rwgrop,as has been maintained i Iu K"tssutn's room, during this consultation.an ot the .\Slr.Igalu. or heel bone, is also percen.table. '
IT AH) If'una ea bashtf_,fin f coromoaicattoaB' quit in their 1U1\chiuQ'ion'i bupcrventtt and br om but of that nncient ''Egyptian rare ,English traveler had been sitting. He was : .. The actions of this strange being {
111M I* TOST riD 10 reetrnre ttrution.n I it was not m.m.'bt' accession of the present who ruido of the Etniop its bondman. The :on hb way f-otn the List Indies to Eitglaud, m every aspect fthme of Ihe claw tn J'Ilake J'I-d!

---- ." T -I Whig administration! that they were renewed;; voices of buriej centuries however, as wells :and had cone Widdio, t'ut of curiosity to WHICH U soclosely.al.ies the highest order oi :-1 I
Ordlunnra mnklu? provision' i, nnd uul"sn n -w trst m takes hop; c' of our i % tko tea'hing4 ot the;senses, seem lust upon goo the Hungarian refugee. He was grave animal;and it is,upon theWhole,'one of those ;

AL for tl>tt expcu.tl of tlie City of present iivn\n of( d<*nliti)9) with,, suen qucstit nt, t?he ear (4 n linnUicisin that U bigoted in the looking and silent lie eat for hours, with hb wonderful freaks of nature which opens wide

'JJL An'u..ue for the year 1851.St. Si4oqite will succeed iti that pn jcct s--o warmly precise ratio that it U :tgnornnL .. umbrella under lib arm biting his fingernails .range lor ,speculation or credulity nnd con'a

5t. it ord4i.,4 bgr the Magraad 4tdenaeg sfa1 I susiniued.iu reality by &n ,!.ulr.l ot subduing without speaking, *nd xeldoni pay mg any a:- tinues l be chair ot'being by n gradation_ aught, a '
TAe Yacht America m Parliament. Colonel 1 .
I the Do'n.ican; Tho -- t.nt ivhatevx-r to whut around but
CUt of St. Augu tinep iu Council Afetutlfdt remnant ot' the in- WitS pa smg flattering our species;
That tar the p e of rating supplies fur the year nabttntiisot San D'om ;ngn. 'corri'ponJingJ iia i I Peel' linn recent divussion pn the nnvTestinntes him.' When Ko-suth asked llennintrscn how V V
hundred and th fol- iun in the British H,.use of Common<*,took he should lie letter V tL
.af'HhansnnJ ris!ii ifty-tvro. (lfsil though not in :purity of blc d, with disKitch to Palmersion
Wring Tax" shall .be aaae6.kd. leviud and oAlcc- u* former misters ; but naturally inclined to occasion to express his' surprise that not orx* after'u motncni's rvfl*cti:>n Henninifsen said : EXTENSIVE ROBBERY AT PANAMA.

trd. that is to say : the incn'sb of the Untied States-should the word hud' been said in reterenc to the cir- "4Th3! nu'i will take it," pointing to his silent Another green robb ry has been perpetrated !

On every able' bo tied Blare belong to residents Murk; emperor succet*!;in this projoet with.il, instance of foreign rah having come to count yman. at Panama. On Good Friday during the lime }
vithia mid Cit, brtwera the npea of fifievu a adBfiyfiw lliyti will iK-comon British possession to nil i EMgl.md, and in the presence of slut Queen "No," answered Kossuth4! have no claims be procration was through the street,

yf rf, Titr/r rod o /I1/ Ct'*'.. intents and purposes ; :and thus afford her herself beaten somo of thecrack English sailing on him a gang of thieves who had probably been for. ,

On evrry fibre belongi to a nmireeidt-nt of this abe last mean.she ivqm'rcd for rrnJoria the vessels! .n1I1t, Col. Pi-el said, appeared uBui I have as an Englishman returned some lime watching an opportunity went to .

Stair fur Lire orBfnrteTn Dollar*. West India Islands so tpnny confederntrd negro to him a deeply humiliating event. she was Henningscu; and stepping up to hb countryman the house of fienor J. II. Jo vane, who welt"arn. ,
()H wry at W belied Frr ix'rmn of color, mule. colonies,dependent: upon Great Britain nn American yacht, and she was described as he tapped him un the shoulder. 'The tra is a money lender and broker on San Juan do c
and '
of Cfi five
tor Jtinfti* between the age vn fifty and crippling our commerce while inputting 4tLe race horse of the ocean Colonel Peel teller looked up deliberately, and said. Dius street arid in the absence of Mr.,Jovam oj
DJl" .
'rats TICO two wheel pleasure earriag drawn by our in.ii.uUo.is.formin;,1a must dan erojs and confessed that he was wholly ignorant of "Well sir." and family, bo attending the procession, !
, On every nautical matters although he was conversant tafrirmvil him of Eossuths wishto broke into hb house and t
Out Dollar.On wearying; thorn in the ride o! the Union and Hcnningscn succeeded in carrying -
laic horse iTS I with th'4 pastime of hers e.r'acing, and flattered scud letter'to England and of upwards ot thousand .;
foot wheel Canitge drawn br oat horse, tnon most scnsitiro ocean frontier. ul* important ; tarty dollars in
every Uudcr the himself that fIt conld npprectnf snrh nn irxrrnlon xhcn he of gold and silver and
,. DuUu. I I itunngcmdnt uf Mr. Fillmore we unJmsioudlhe nature its contents, COD jewels. '
.. Oa.".r1 fonf W1teiltista"ItrnW'll'1'T"- bat..-JkA a.la&kaU fhal-uta* naiimd Jyr.Hr_Calhnup- ffs.Qure'as-Mho U hlll"U.ndatCYt'blue rifcbr n of .the turf' as .he.tr.tw.cdJ\brn 1h". "- -, ajKr-i Upon .the retnrD.-Sai Uutcameugurcsat Vt-laKgn* 'n A t -n-- .
0 f w.---- : : Tm once to
I whose bell Sulou chock and
*s. ronr Dollar bon.kept fur hire anJ other horses notlent upheld system;the Domtntdan without uo in subjecting, the sailing qualities of the Amrrenn rtrht, ITennlngscn banded it to him. He rose from elect the r covery'ofhrs prt'pt'rtr. Net how.orer .
On every I J I Colonel Peel declared that if such a defog "and until the fuU done
pri..cirll\11 fur 'labor, Fifty Ctntt. l himself to tutu annoyance or responsibility t uf Itsseatsadacuutcatty''tii.uJbycSir, wing dny anything
$ 2. JSf it jAw ordaiaed, 'ur rrety License direct intervention or'protect.-rule over either. bad been !tn ainnd by the English sailing res was gone. leading to a discovery of the property or the

lu baTf'arke<'|. taiT and t-vriy Cart, Dray. Wag- Now thanks to the sag;)city ot the F..Umort'cabinct. sets at the Me of Witrht, there was not a true The letrcr reached Lord Palrncrston in ten perpetrator of the theft. Tbr ugh the agen-
. con of Cartiajjc u f either rf ticrij>lion lor the purpose j t' we have been trappILsl into aeoulitkm Sportsman in England who would not go to days. It bus been published in the English cy ol Mr. Hurtado ODe of the alcaides several

for+ carrying er traa'porting for hire or reward.Good with France and England-tho mljlH sty of thepurites any expense to recover bark the lost laurel" papers nnd the readerspf the Tribune know persons were arrested and charged with the '
" Ware ,or Merdiaodu or any other property| fiomOB I I ruling the conduct'of all. The result Ail. Peel stated thnt it"wa part of his creed the part England: took in the protection ot Kus- theft. Ot these persons it w said that three ,

place another 'within this city at the rate of is that ns the interests of, France and England, Hint 'Britain ruT'' the wave ;*' but whflt became suth nnd companions. were natives, t.o A.nencnns and one Chilian. !I '

'. Six D< ilar! per .mut/i. I It !. so Cur as wean cncc'rnOO.brc hostile to ours, ot the goddess on the day to wnich he At Hartford Connecticut on ''Friday lust The natives were' arrested first and one of -'

3. He it far ller/ordmaedt That sectlww, two but harmonize with cagh ,other, and in cou- h:>,! tilludcd, he .cwnM not say ; but it she when the cars stopped, a man put into Kus- them not only gave the names of the other -
. ''t'e.r..r, six, wvrn and eig!>t, of the Ordinance i j a'ro hereafter; exercise but 'ruc l the \YR\'CS. at all on that occasion she sutb's hand a book. He did not look at the panics, hot also gave information as to Iho

'making provision for tam expences, and for payio sequence nominal ,influence wo m to nlruirs.Vu n in'. .t surely have done so with, n dnwn-cast mm, and scarcely knew what wa given him, place where the treasure was burled. The i

, t debts of the City wf .*t. Augustine, passed the j I. have all too llaytien which;} Mr. Calhoun look Colonel Peel's remarks: received in the midst of.lue: cuufiuiua ot abu cru* at others were then arrested and upon visiting :
mcnrm-nicqcea -
third day of March UH9, and also nectiona, two, with cries of -hear, bear"EWPEUb'NT the d> ot ; but when the cars were again in the spot where the treasure was concealed it
nyoidoil without a, panicle of that 1,1I )i
Ordinance provbioQ
and f sirof the
., three motion he examined the f book and found it to was all recovered jme eight th+H 8.iixl dolI.IM 3
fortUerxpiiiBetof the City of St. Augustine pasted I power wucli hb exerted. Our government FROM ENGLA D-CAPTURE
L. Bract's Travels besides, which had probably been accum r
I be of C.
all other been mi'l'rubly'.JulOO" nnd that while a copy ,
ihesirth day of Janaary lS6l and orrfiatneea bus | too OF Till PARTIES( IN NEW YORK. jlatt-d Irons other robberies. V
With note'wnticti on one of the leaves 'Ji
and parts of ordinances, that can be applied it was being openly insulted by those who I On tlv>rsdiv evening, officer Bowyer of a the .i
him that
Ai ncdCn*inenl, itifiHrtning -
i. aid of provisions vf thUOrdinaoce.ez ptacliscdupan it. ; Olfic culled to visit the Astor :
terpt each as may be incowttteat with thh. bf and White B'i werdhe British minister nt \Vrtshington : the Ciiio was of reaching giver was the man who arum Wid.tint Bulgaria ) WONDERFUL, TOY. f1
tie same are hereby dedaml to.0 full Circe.PMjedlnCoonea.DpoemSirG VMS writing about thjii "weak government House on business* importance; upon had borne the important letter to Lord The latest notable effort of mechanical t I
Consul '
1851.GEO. at Washington," lie was controlling Its the hotel, ha was met by the British Pulinerston within the required ten days. puppet manafaciure it exhibited at Boul njni-, :

L.PIULUPa, Mayor every movement in regard to Central America -\ whom the ttv-re ollicor introduced; accompinfc'd to Col.to ThomasA. n parlor Kossnth w as much affected at ibis information : nt the present time. It b that of a jeweller, I if

AuNt, and the West Indies t and was ,expresses deep regret that he bad not at who has devoted eight years of his life to the ; !
CIIA& UAACCR.Ckorkofthe Conaci.d As a crowning clary: it appears that the I A. Howard of the End !h army who had least shaken the tntm's hand and thanked him. pertVaiou of a clockwork conjuror, which! hl ." : j

II administrate,i conlcmpta e* favoring ,.lust arrived_ in the steamship Eurom, in per- I lie feels himself deeply indebted to him, and has made a tborou-h roaster of the thimble- .
present tndividu-il named Dr. Andrew Plum
Knit of an would acknowledge that indebtedness. He Drvssed in an eastern costume the
Ordinance nn nditltloii to nil UH with establishing diplomatic\ reUtioha with from the statement mnd
its table Faustin I. bas mer. It appears b,!i>es he may again meet tab man who signs marker stands behind a table,
ana uctuully -
4 Ordinance relating to tlio l'olloeoftlMJ llayti 'airy by C>1. Howard that this doctor recently e- : "Coannuul." necro'I'I
hliuelf. legerdemain
hose ofpruf ytwrs u 1
City of M. An;.i-tluc.It despatched a llstor to this country, toped from Brighten England, with a v unI I i
itrd intd by tKt M" and Aldermen of ;and who is now nwnitiftg, In silence n props uirl nitnml' Mi-sEuttntIattkr'ndnighter of ITEMS. with little box s and cabinets, ream ex-i i,
re cu>ting his woolly headat wealthfamify residing at Brighton and' FOREIGN takes the object uHailr employed in his
commit to be committed tit a Several children w ho bad locked themselves Dlb Hon. He produces bb goblets and shows
fersonst> or cause tic: lrl'si.eht: levee. V
aide be courtrued committing ally trei-prts.* upera The name of this lunctionnrv: H Jimenesos; came to the U that S. in Dr.the P.steu and nship Cul.,Nhgnrn..Uowanl in, to play in a room in the village of Renton, the balls under them, which vanish and reappear } .

any k4Frdrngrorr or plantation within tlit and.all accounts represent hinday, by some mean* I in the most approved style; now two 1
Qty of SI. AttgtwUne, or upon nny fruit tree.shrab- uniirincipldl tout ot the :English olicy and of were bosom fronds: place I set tire lothe pluce, aud. being unable escape I or tbree are conjured into a pot a moment be- ;'

bury |kai, vice or Trgftftble growing in any his Faastin I. lie was, a Dominican, the mo t implicit confidence in the physician were all burnt lu death. Two house fur: vacant; presently these disappear sgnin, f
ch lot,gnidea grove or plaatntioa.or .,alt he eonetrwdUk tn'teter; nod a few days prior to his absconding, ban were also' consumed. and are perpetually divided and reunited. I-
in whose
drstroylog vr carrying away any fruit but betrayed be baa them since'to Splnuque diklinguihiHl, himself service dell him 1,900 Sterling, to deposit with alinker. A French pnper of Thursday (23d.) stales At'every exclamation of abe spectators, the '. .

ifjrtiible or thing of value growing therein: neb ever The deposit was never rrvule.nnd the that four young men are under prune uncut for hurt conjuror turns his eyes from side to aide,. >
hI' the
|*reon 01 perMMui (if tree) shall on conviction for as a scoundrel most approved stamp. rogue of course pocketed the funds and canv having been found engaged in a drunken debauch as if loukiug around the house smiles, casts V JI
tub oflence, be fine not exceeding ten Since uU arrival he has been in custody nod America expend it. Tbe full) particularbeing
subject to a to to iuthe vestry ol a suburban church lib eyes modestly dawn,buws uiid resumes hb_
*A>lhtrs aod the eotu of prosecution : and if a dare, under tho mtnagnrmentnof toe British embassy furnished to officer Bowyer, boat once dressed in winding sheets, and covered with slight of band. -

ke et she shall he liable whipping not exceeding who will doubtless arrange bk receptionas ton! siep to ferret out the eloping parries: A : pbphorus. An old soldier came upon ,bt.reyeUers He not only lakes op the goblet from a ; .
sad be like cost: And in case to time manner &.,,with Mr. fillmureI forwarded Boston,
trft stdpes every trio rapbic despatch was to [ with a stout cudgel, and tear soon stand and plans them 'over ,ho_ .but
tfeoanetioa the Sender ehnll stnnd committed I Upon this subject'the> .DeoKKratic Retina for but before an uri-iwur was received, officer made their ghostship decamp. leaves them there for a minute, and holds .

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Maraastit&d .a4 psd'rla law. "With the present Democratic Senate will! Irving House. As the case was not one for the sud-i'n death ,>f Count Kaunitz. lineal dtS&eDlhnl > a ale nothing in the palm ,or sleeve. He ww
shall be
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'sii.frcrtAn not lie the power negatively repairing in some criminal action the officer advised Col. Howard of the celebrated PrimUiuUter ol then seizes tbe goblets again and goes of\
fir fear gay uecchabt or fcbop-keeper or lOod..rbAtIe..amw pe ion- measure too buagliug mismanagement of tliis to procure a civil process for ,his arrest. Marta Theresa Returning from the funeral of Tub trick :,: pub tho goblets away and ,

\ 'keep open merchandise atoreor dupoeeof oa the any Sabbath day ort business (taring the last two or three years, This course wits taken ; anti,in the meantime, Prince Tcnwarztmberg. (who alau droppeddead shuts the cabinet lie then knocks on the i

Mntt aril the same,rhaU on contiction be fibdla and our culpable dereliction of duty in regardto Mr. Howard informal the officer, thai his guest ) the Counl fell iu taw street and instantly I.blco.and up starts an eg,to which he points J .1

theswn ef tea dollars for every such oSJ-aee,tpfKher It, in case the question of tae recognttioi? : had mule a great hubbub about loosing tOme expired. to secure attention touches the egg. whlcb i

with the costs of ecatin&r the me>e. of Hay ti in any form or by uny act, shall tx bajrgnpo. Finallyofficer Bowyrrwai introduced Miss Smith, the heroine of the Amazon is opens tb. .and.litte.bir! starts into .I
3 tit Jptln..d. ,. it shall not be lawful brought below that body as will most likely to Dr.. Plumffi'r bv Mr. Howard ; and expected in Dublin on \Jooda). She has been lUesings roundelayeldp Hs winics-which .I '

fray pemoab3 hVD8tU'..mat or ac nt, to give, be the ca., during the present sessions of very politely requested him to, walk over to.I the guest of Mt. Andrews the mayor of Southampton are the rrvl horaroing burls feathers beyond: :1
ttD.r barttr.ta say slave or slave any vineas, C'onere Anti if it entertains n proper re the ivor's office, o* bo believed I there was: since her landing. The ubrcriptiuntor any utettalican in lustre-and then full hack t 't
tpiikoM*t iatoxicatiag liquors wlhont an.expreaaficeaee I, gar( for iu own dignity and self respcvt,-for Memo i information respectiiij 9 trunk lost b tor this brave young lady amounts to J:5OQ. lain its egg. The little conjuror nods, smiles ,
la writiag'from the peru hsvinx the cone what is duo' to our national ehnrncter as a I him. The doctor walked over and to his Notices were giving in the QUl'CGLoodon Bench, roll hb eyes right and.1 left, bows as before

trel af said stave er slur, ader the prualty of 1 treat and repuhean nation and for the just utieraslonwhment.mct! Colonel dowud,whici II this week, br three hundred persons and the efgdbappertirs into the tablehe bows .\ :

.tveatyisUarsforeaek aad every efieace. wi'"the claims of the Dcmintean people to our sympa- seemed tc affect him Be"-rely. lie was the who are srekin to be admitted as attorneys;i again and the aiisdown to intimate that 1ht* f '.:

?. toetta tied the iafi noer shall be entitled to the one ', the and to a recognition by u* as an independent taken into custody by the Sheriff ail locket. To be admitted in the present Easter Term :rt'jnmnce b over. The height of this little ,

half cfuld penalty t aud If the person or persons j Stare-: claims established bv eight years up in the Eldridj street pr son.--'Shortly aftor 172; and in the ensuing Trinity Term, 136; & niieuxin w about three inches; his table .
iffko&nding shall he a lice sal short keeper his vr i of Adverse enjoyment of their pubknn! inKtiluiious the young lady visited his Honpr, Mayo r inakingtyltb 2J who have apyl d lu be readmitted and every thing else being in due'proportion.. k

.their laW license shell be revoked. it will confirm no commercial treaty Kingslan.at th& City Hall, aod was shown I I ,-a tosal ol357.ET He stands wn a aces square pedestal, apparently t
fu..edia Ce moil.May 26th, 1B5T.IL t with Hayti. nor ratio any other act equity t letter from her parent*-brought by Colon 1 of nxtrbte. It b, however, of tin painted '

BL GOULD.Mayor.Attest. alert to a recognition bf thai power, irAfc/i Joesj I Howard-imploring her return)* she souse: My lad.said n schoolmaster "what b white.and within it are all the wheels and
recognition 0" and will probably sail in the next stuamor. '. Congress works containing the .
Cl.A5. HA Covncil. itot contain A positive mtttKstivct ted, member of Congress 1" A member 4 mystery. :
ACER,Clerk of the
.; .' the part cf Hayti,o.f the o6aa'tt! air)wKonittvatalimtependenx .-Keto York ?'inns. is -commaa substantive l'i with

if the Doninidrt vrpnifK', and a MHt-iiitercst, and b governed b y eight dollars A PuxTtJi Dzm Mocccow TwoiodiesofWorceser 1
Now .Iaa-On. Lraico. Ap- th 0f tAe as against its MUEDT.C: axe scrctDK-A widow Krkller, o f ."
framer ulkh."Ntood.Too :
o* part d.iy lass indicted for,
Iuior, throne. Pea Nuis, aworted I gwtravty and Keozon ObioaKed a ,were lately edoctng -
itnrfiV r6crf county, .
Caafootsooaq&gitrs.I.igisort, &a own aggreuice act,of the rt'fH'Je Washington township a pnaterj*buyaged some tilt en years,
.r. 2T R E. CARR -tecmHy of the latter. We take this position iu I 40yer.rs, was found dead in her well. Bjjk-We were asked Jesh"nJarW1aJ andVfic=:iaj;hb nun." The boy worked tain : .

-'- order to make the case as strong as possiblein On further search being mzaJe-,ht.r only childa '; n e Vs tail is like the world r Of course wee ofaighl and slept late o'days. Of this ci rcunv.
: But in pint of tact. and bop some eight year of d ps was fo ind cu did -
t4tlsd, Oil Ao.-Talfow Candle, ?tar-. favor nl Hayti. I l fcurrcodrm. but we were sorry wt stance the ladies look advantageand,entering
.,NLJ wine, sperm Brown Soap Uweed Oil, on principle, we utterly dens the cxpidiencvol and mangled in a most shocking manner;son wbcu we heard the answer: '-Because it was ab .* length accwnptwlied their objectTbb
inQicttI .J
AdinaatTae. ol the United Sates recogmrjng the ten gashes were j)und upon his body, t'oJ.1IU, there .hl to he a prerogatives ft .
Candle, Starch White Lead Indigo,,.I 'I ,II rur to tbe nurjinj; feuipjear *
: as-olkd Palate.at retail by empire or gov mu ent ol Ira yti, under. auy I with an '\". hbsku'l being cut open as l\w against such utd ouvuvxst.+ )Wfthctr well dcfiartl lamas j ji
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representation of our position and vi"lUi-i-\\! Everybody knows f Thackeray, nnd noboydy II//WAN L&rF ot Ntw.orlfi'u., lhu. C0llcluj UE'.o51 '
I Ia knows nnUlinooout him. We are there-]: You have no doubt ere this learned the I I I I his eloquent sermW: *lI ,,*
the subject which forms the : font;. gla.l to help ourselves and our readers to ,chnngi* tifailniinUtration in this hTmd by the ]I I I When I ;hi.k oh,. the sublime ,

;] writer. who in the Jacksonville Republican a little knowledge uf him, derived from a German Hidden arrival ol Gen. Cunedu.iho imw Captain [I hum:in mini. Hi eturii.il$ IlUf&ttk.s, -(/frk"ftttt"! ..

il of the 20h: rejoices in tho namo of "$gke" isto authoritf. Ha WAS born in Calcutta in "cncral.nnd Ih,'dt"pnr'ure (Gen. Concha, and! consciousness" : i1cVurily ansI

\ be ti'iind in our article to which'tha writer the year 181 1, and is now consequently 41 the Into Cnj.tJim Gvnurul. This has been avery ot that I.iw uf '..Irtlluliun, 'vhpj1. wilt""Aff\-allt" >t,

old. His father was a high official of Midduu and ill-advised aniLjt has alishines. forever, I
year step, C8flu.4 but
!QVAuTl' rZDKKAL RIGHT AID DETEXMISKTICSiSTAttCE makes ill natured reference-and we shall there t'xdaim
a ALL diM the East India Company, which secured Iin'i! pn-daced astonishment and indignation in all lan"II"t6 .>f ho p)et-. ''. 11l
TO WHO OFTOSE. for*, leave others to judge*, whether in the of the best and largn MHov much i is t.. Le
iPtl I ::-.. .: -i------\ tho entree society a elates. There his never bei so popular a i cI..nr! 1r" hopes
I -. ST. .AUGUbTINE, MAY, 28dt6A2. aforesaid reference, strict justice. has, or has como. Our author was born "gentll mnn." m tain nt the had ol this government since Information *stfl up alarmed I ; and It'"r I.'.It narrow rni. (tire

i---- not been regarded.To I l .went to school in Englagil-experifiic. d I f a.* Corch.i, iu>i Only .Iruin the injustice Luetic .luwl-ut waull A hllrml
yr ---- nil the of a brutal master, and th<* I Imu I .A drund Iww 1tSn"ru.
; Steamer Florida. the closing (portion of Mr. Syke'a com tyranny of the eliiigetbut the hasty manner in .scrniy. nllln.n t \
',ry of that systfin .,rtilJgin11 legnlim&tlbullying which it was ilo-e. But for an accidental Scow Hi* H th. ptesei ; naszn *.
I munication in which he r
J\\ \ t This splendid; vessel paid our city anothervisit : quite gratuitously in the little boys by tho larger, which tis ter taint. reached here a few day hcturc, the For lw issinired 'huy nil are mcnlr.u -,
dulgei,. In an outpouring of bitterness ; we to noble and decent fetling They "t h&lvcn ; \ .
repulsive pod
1' the morning oi the Slat and remained un. so every news of his discharge from the Government ,IIIIJ Iherl!rf't"nrJ Ihr 1,1:
: .tl l the evening her departure be- cannot, (abund ml a. are the grounds upon i and which the Englishmen so stoutly would have boon brought by the new Captain' Ikc..u though .tatiolUd un tia .
; carrying on which we might acts;) so fur I tome tught of our defend.us a process wlaiClh "takes he ,..t".hout General himself": Although the n,'ws reached L'I watch, hRpuria.t

i : iween-fiffy and sixty passengers; aconsidera-, of pritla." but which is altogether ion unreasonable him only two or three days bfure, ne was prepared Thou,like a sleeping laiihte.. .ntirwt
self be
v. own or so forgetful of
ble number or whom resident_ of the respect our not to Io5e about ill &I.25CU.l: DitS.I6.lt I the.1 ,
were temper anil let for Spain the day aft r the arrival jia.g, UiII1i4ieed.unhtupritif .
: place whohaveganenorib' 'forthe summer, obligations and duks.: as to no.pond.ID kinds sing. Thackeray his revenged himself upo-i ,,ConeJa Universally; regretted meing *!- Alii knuw. 'Ir that; tbou- sluazzbej .

I Wo ore authorised to that the Florida or quality-our taste, lies not that way- this inhuman and dwgusting system in his took place, the day afierhis departure ol I ,L .. U1.. tho"uurL -
say there is an. ad:ige or saying to the fleet, Christmas story of "Dr. Birch and his Young the old noiablo andj wculthy Spamardx<< at Thou *hnh I IMJ mid.- to answer iii !hc \.It0 Dir"' \
will be here In
again \ Frienda."and he has at boarding For ,
a general fling
influential Creole every fugitive..
lhatthose who winmay laiigh"--and. it wouldseem which a number of were in-
: school in Ino opening of "YulilLair, viteJ, to luki into coruitlcration the lute move -L-i u% then t.p the hour
"RBSlicus." to be no less reasonable, to allow those in which ho exhorts the reader to trust the tbu ,
Impriiit uuirk
m -nt on th : p irt ot'lhe home Guveruinenriiid uf wi .Inm ..n....
r tv\: We challenge the Siaecurul, who writel I wbo loose, to sorrow.-Holding this view, wu! promise of a school prospec'us no more than to see what nelson was necessary under the L O L-l it hot elude our grasp" wings,

. over( the above signature, in a lab number ol feel, that it would be illiberal ia us, tu denyto he does the pntis \ Cnmbridtwh..ro
, who is but : school for the University at was a subscription in make a mzumnolh she c'.ecniK recurd .f
f he Florida <<; one at best, indifferently placa II up mr lIdlity to roa.iII"
Republican to point to proof author ofEoihcnEliat -
; studied with
any he Kinglake-
purse to present tu Concha. Lacb/of the parties tUJrulb, lu hOllor tuOijd, to Jesus
that sustains bit in bin and quiescent under any opposition or Warburtoo. who wrote 'The Crescent the IJr" a.I
imputation of opposition I present down $;U)00T and ciMnnjiiteei Ia ii iulJrttl..
4 !.vtrMo *the removal:>> of,the Indians from our I adverseness, lo bis wishes, or his will, (andcspecitllyronp and the Cros"nn l wti* .lost with the Amazon, wecj1ftbji1t1'Itfl1tti5Th1t2,15 1I-Rp"III put V. In A-Jhrw .. -1''I': I:4" -- ," l'. .. "I-

: -., Elsie."' He cannot'fir. ttkcyja&lo of'ofirsonihtt. : who.ha' foa!ed,..n,JbinCoWdispleasing jE'4."M'l 1cktQli'UiJ.a and of ; Uialit will bo :ijpla;: tIiaesibu 'bf Loe...
London litleieienr.* poet, biographer
.' contemphtion/of the moral cer- stopped viewed as a revolutionary movement.There I. 'live Acliou.
: i' .subject, which even Au fertile ingenuity, Kent,and oruomenuil lib ral .m llIbcr of
: that he is in fcwvhort months! to ore u thousand c.mlCturet and reportsin The Knickcrr,,ker hits
in misconstruction of tainly, a vacate Parliament.Meanwhile. admirably intbe
,, oriptitude misrepresentation regard tu this late tnovemcnt on the part ul toiluwiiu love 4leelamtion the i
I the fat anti comfortable office he is regubircf-nk j
; can turture Into a rational excuse : enjoying the elder Thackeray died and I the Home Government; but you must know and raicket ol a Iwcumotivo engine
. much less justification, of. tau charge-come ;) the priviledge of murmuring--and the future historian Vanity Fair, launched I I! that Havana is the greuut in nulacturiiig headway. The luYer '- "hrnce.*" u nod thoM! ruu

; out sir, with jour suggested "noticeol certain : yot, .emn, perceive 1:0 rightful cause he has himself into its midst with an annual inc. me I town m the world, in regard to report. Vou of the oUlu'iYe ure most Scientifically

thousand .. lie lived according cannot believe', nyihnu you hear. 1)0. put
'Uuliou; AI Iu this matter"--we cordially invite of complaint in lh.it regard -considering the of n bout pounds.
his whims, drew sharp and clever The must plausible. report u ih.a it proceeds
lo By those
factthat the incumbency of the place he holds checks of
the lovely hon
you, to .labour of love which ;
you aio caricatures, smoked, lounged, feasted upon from the influence of Christiana, time Que Mi ,By
proposing yourself and wuat the'same time (and which wo arc not disposed to aayhc'doet boons of every' kind, and opened the oyster uf U.lbcrnnd, the clique that surround ha.r- U rm-b tbaiseeyesuf thy very soul deeficst limks blue. -. .

tender the assurance, that you shall not find not fill vcrMIy enough,) resulted, from tbc the world at leisure. His mother, a woman of Conch was too virtuous A antis to answer .Ax if. turin -th, those clear brUt throuija,

I *, niggard of a due reciprocity 0( favour. t temporary_triumph of the pirty, with whichhe ereat beauty and full of talent and tenderness! their purposes, and hence was removal. Virtue Where 'portals into Paradise.-. rtcs '.
whose mommy is so filially embalmed in tho uhd truth are elements that do nut belong Bv -
i is note a'ffiiiated : nor will tihavejust basis Ih"I.fI'tb..st.' r twinr ;
The coming Coatt-8t-No 1 character of the mother of Vrthur PinJennis, to their vocabulary. Concha will muke *miv' II, that hand
a n demurrer at removal when that is us: white us snow,
party married again about this time, and the young, exposures in regard to tun prevcditu ad- Uy thai
But a short lime,has now tu elapse, ere the shorn, as tho people have decreed it shall be; man.always.thc object of the proudest maternal minUira'ion on hi-, arrival in :tfn.ii'1, that il Uy Ihlll rounded.IJmUtlIIKufic classic form;

Conventions of the two great political parties uf its power, aUfce-ttjipTnaching Presidential love,'came into possession of his paternal hey come lu the public will cuiiiehicn tin* By those |m-ks of raven hair arm;
t I of ear Country will the elenionand i inheritance. lie immediately returned from world a little in regard to lhe> iiuiiageuiciiiut ; .l'
meet, to place before thercfon,locs, it not appear be / By Iho.e vermeil tips, I swears!
I continent where -he had boen staying a things here..
people, candidates to be supported by them, coming in such an one, to exhibit restiveness the little time and took up his residence in the Business has ngnin, resumed its wanted activity By 1tIII the It -caiiJ>y the or; '1 ')

for the Chief Magistracy.-Names, almost ntlhe mere idea of a displacement, for which temple. Nascent jurists"and budding barristers after a suspension ui eight holy d ty*. By all- tilings lihtiiiiig" > nod ihe fhun4 .

ithout number have been presented by either his own now dominant friends, have furnished at 1.iw, who have completed a full cojrsent The allurements and dnpliv. o.'hl'rwipf'r' By Ihe,'I. cl rit on: li'gruph c.inu and uuderf

party and the merits ol each individual pro- plenteous examples.-no active party man= has Cambridge or Oxfordenjoy the privilege of upon A urand scale lor Havana. Much hon -B guy future "IM ucr Inlii"!; .

,seated, bave been<< discutsod will paying high! prices for comfortable quarters or was done tu uur admi, able and virtuous B/ourvesiHjrs .
fully1 ; we a right 10 expect favor from those whom be in the temple, ami eating splendid dinm-r MQueea itela! Secondn un-i the RobustoPrinccssa hy injr dream! ;

t tru say, bow alllr-oe"crthele.elC having decrys without scruple and without measure. in its ancient dining room ilure: Thackeray ;" but tu nay, great u.c.oail..i..i ..ut By IU' our niiiiMH mid To f.tmtt ; ,

hIs friends nnd advocate, *:;'has had all his I' Patience is in truth, christian virtue,and we entered himself u student of jurisprudence, a wurd was mentioned ur P'PI. Now it i i. 1; -vo'in? Ciintd else', bv rnyubaiever Mimic ;

\,, 'I calculated; to'pleaicand captivate ; trAits'j' commend its free exercise, .to those who aref'tsln'tJ and in the character:; of Warrington in "1'endcnnis" well known that the Queen u married, otherwise 'Y">'" I Mwe-ir by all ynii creation c1wt"q
ouslf net put before ihe be has: developed tho career cf the students : how could there have been suet/ a robust iii4 ,
people. by either :hts eil.U&u "
present or !
prospective evils. wliua
We feel it be and the varied life of the temple, in process. Surely l be mu i :it..r\J\ fur That t. ;
most difficult, to conjecture! Whatever diversity of some of ihe best passages he has ever written.Henry lItmcthi"he must be alive-then why this
sentiment I
with any chance of accuracy,who will receive may pro Taylor, the dramatist, author of Philip neglect? Jlu not know how to account for I .

r. the nomination of the:Democratic Convention.- vail as to the :propriety of Gov. Kossulh'! Van Aftcvek'e, is among the residents of the I it. Sue will naturally feel morlih'id .nt suns I lovoi u !

I fn the ranks of tho democracy, prominent and movements" since he came amongst us ; we temple, nnd is mentioned by the Germ in commentator un omission and huvu it corrected. I look f ,)'flU'

imagine there can exist, but one opinion-in as the original of n character in for the cjrrucuon. likE. '
distinguished men,
are numerour, -nye they regard to his capacity as a public speaker. Thackeray's Romance. We are at a I low to I forgot to speak of tbc current report now tar '

are legion and many",) many, with positive The determine which, for Warrmgtnn be so intended in circulation, d whirh iherc lire goml ground: IUJ
I following, if he had given other "
.. claims upon the country ; growing of emi* no specimens he' seems to us to lose the point.Vllrrin .-- lor its truth, that certain individuals have S linn !

nent services' "in the Cabinet and in theI of.the rublime and beautiful ; in his \ ton i h a man of power without a career purchased use ruuim .v.ilioi iucrci;> uii.... __ [ tf'L\U! tyd ': 1".] ,

ftdd.- .. numerous addressee ; is quite sufficient, in -Taylor a man of talent, who has ccrtainlv comprise equal tonne third ofit, by which --

.I t. our estimation, to establish for him on exalted achieved a reputation quite equal: this .I t'C- must m.\kest :leas: two millions of dollars. Pr dr.

\ I We hove our prtferervc0-ofalI: the distinguished position as a ready: and accompUh--d! just claimcs. However, the temple no! I Scandal i Iclimatcs that our Queen Moth! r, that: 'i'j. the last' t-akTut uN'r. ,

.1 men named, we could, without besita- orator. only funishcd our author dimeters, but t most excellent and disinterested lady, i* at Size spit 'ra'mrg, alone ,
1 ; lion select The Savannah Georgian says :Kossuth in njao the necessity d'awing them; for while bead oi' it. II has caus 4 much oouijila# andinnTirrurm"gTjy"rna"ziy :: _..AlWI.--jhfl/iu( .rin.V.i ij'10 Will
I the- one we deem must suited loauM'm' II I a speech, dclivcre&-"LJJu..ukCf Hill. ihaia..rijUjibisdthm6numcnt -' --.....,s.t.f.d3rS.ov.. than .* 7VUU- I I who would like to have I Are buttered nnd gone.No .
r- { ;.M""t6- -illustrctc-* / "- .1.. cgraiculated :; ofd, the'young man hud fooled away' bl I had & finder in the pie. 80 you IRe use scram N .eskt of it ksui1r.d I,

our Institutions ; but I Silent like. the gra e, and yet meJ"Jinu..lilw property and was poor. The days smoking, ble for the loaves aud fishes: 'is nut .('uu1 :1cJ :a cookie is mgh.
; inasmuch a* we intend to the the lounging anil loafing wore evidently ending To >iinni I lie !
stippcrt rcguInr xong of nortaiity) upon the lips of'cho- : your country. nn p-itter,
I nominee-of the. party whoever he may rtbllns--a &cniicless! cold granite, and yet and he betook himself to Parisconceiving .rom I fbr,-o, ; also to nicntion to you the late Or uetjr its hiatt.tie... l
be and with his facility in sketching thdbe was lwrn for change in the consular
| as Iho time is so near, when the noni1 warm inspiration liken patriot's henrt system here. Former- Fit
;i illation will be nude immovable like the past, and yet stirrinz like an nrlist. A brfcftime among the Parisianateliers I ly we used! to I'CnJ our invoices for the cuiiau- not lenretho- 'hou I.me; one,
; ,we think it i To '
unnecessa1 sufficed this idea. But lar meet a add I:.tu. :.
the to remove tica
future, which never stops, it looks like as cert e by our clerk, the, certificate '
ai'd in.
rr a S
pedt'nl; to dcclare that hili this established uC'l'lln. riisil- -an? nil en
1 piefcr- prophet and Ipt'akfllike an oracle. And thus stepfather period aj 'ui- ;, crsuirnhIY appeared belorc me the ship ,
;i ence : but wo will give it oat in London called The Constitutional" the i Came lie mi in r plate !
our ideas as to what speaks: "The day I commemorate is the per or uwn.if' but.now we must all appear in
! r sort of a nun should and we doubt not will I rod with which the hand of the Lord has opened artist naturally bccamo its Paris corres .I person to take the affidavit, to uur great moy- Thu I kiuJlr I'll butter,

! l e brought forward by our the we.l of Liberty. Its waters will flow ponderit. Thus, like Dickens, he commenced I unce and vexation at first, but now we are better Thy *tpn"min , : ;
delegates Bal- An
nt think
t 1 : his literary career as journalist. In Paris : uii Ihv \H'Cfu >s,
I timore., every new drop of martyr: blood will increrse knowing that we have a Consul
j *. the tide. Despots may dam its flood but never Thackeray met his prevent wife, an Irish who was brought a conscience with him Rod When thou art IIn more

The Democratic,cr n.HcI"tcshoulJ be a man: I stop, it. The higher its dam the higher the j 'lady of good family,and married her. will not crtiufy to a Ho au,J ttier fore a man to Thus all cakes must follow -

equal to the onward march of our growing tide; it will overflow or will break through From this time date'i.his first purely literary be defended upon. Three time everyday ,

.t t, ..' truntry, ;'demonstrebly devoted' to its best in i Bow{ and adore and hope. I eff'or-Ihft! 'Yfllowplus'i' Papers," afterward Yours, &c., FELIX. When breakfast is ready trl

lerests ; and wholly untmmctled by; loca1 and published as"Jpainef Dmry'-in which his _They vanish awr.when .
to EXCHANGE CLIPPINGS.GAME characteristic tendency is clearly iodicatcd. THE MOKMONS. '
1 hunger is t
t predilections ; who will administer The stepfather's Constitutional mighty.!
he FEATHERS.-It is the absorbed THE MoRMo.t BIBLS. In And sickness baa dwn !
government fur benefit common Leli f '; : a discussion at ,
.: not of a moitty, among the in Sussex most of his property of course, and failed. Carlisle Nu cake Inhabit I
that can
Len of the poor a person die England between n Mormonite lea- ,
tchole The
1 1 country. if his bed is stuffed with gume feathers. A son was obliged to return to England, dir and a lecturer named Porter, the latter The table alone.Exrt&cazsrsia.z. '

*. ., Although. we have military heroes in our friend of mine, a little time back, was talking and to for begin Fratfer work 'in earnest for himself. lie read some choice extracts frumthe Mormon I

:. t ranks by regitnents-.tht' inert smell c{ gunpowder toe laborer on the absurdity of such a belief; wrote* for "The Times Magazine'' in which sand literary review Biolc. The Almighty being is there represented .onUT.-UlJder this'heal
k but be fail he ridiculed
; in convince the mobile
: alone ; without other rccommcndationr the good man who, I Ihe early Bulwer style: of rOrD.1nce-tbe as telling the'proltln lu make barges, in Register Wednesday has ttel
l' a1 ic'er-
as : the .
f proof correctness of his which following: I
j / should belief, men, wxmen, children, and cattle wore
; not, entitle eating burglars and romantic
' one to nomination brought forward the rare or a murderers. But tocro&s the "ince; the when
i 1 poor mnn who great Atlantic. "These men on ostriches ran
.. to a position! his inadequacy had lately died alter the,public, resolved upon enjoying the facina. in .
r 1 to fill whichmny i a lingering illness. "Look lion of crime were built after a manner that they were races the east aain riders on MonJeJ
i endanger the country--such a ieleclion. ouJJ at poor Muster=-, how hard he wets dying his strictures sentimentally described, received exceeding tight, even that tney would hold nags, no such singular con ekt his occurred aI. "

! : t't'I Yor" too much of the policy, of atailahliiy if poor soul, he could not die any way,till neigh. turned to the humorous coldly. The sketch struggling author water like a dish-and tho botom thereof, that which i is announced for. to-div in m> 4
bor Puitick styleto win
antagonist found out how it wer-'Muster 8 and a an was tight like under a dish-and the sides bile. Bctwt't'n horse nnd fllly. the battle j is ]
party.Tbe ear gain
j incumbent: ofltuPreidentiai -: says '),e be Ivmg on feathers penny. Literary friends more thereof
; grarne ( were tight like under a dish-:-ind the constantly equalized by "difference wtigtit" 5nnd
fairly avore than he
office, mud or should' be, a man of mon, surely ; and so lie wer. So wo took'n opened their purses to ends thereof were pcakcr!-nnd the winners and losers have ofien chinznl

, : approved fidelity lo the constitution audits out o'bed.nnd laid'n on the Moore, and he pret day%him,:the but inmite his wife of became insane,nnd 'is, thi thereof wns tight like under e dish-and the top places by the ma*ic oils h ndicap. Tlu': the *

ty MKMI died ,Ilieii [Notes and Q.. rie,.. an asylum He worked in- length thereof contest of fbi () '
compromise, and a faithful, supporter of all ] dubiously with his was the length of a tree-and : em.n li to bs botween *

the compromise acts under' I it; on which muM We have t Hen heard said that "feathers" H');: arty Diamond,"pen-he The Snob wrote Papers the"Great,'the the door thereof when it was shut was tight biped dirfVrfm Iroui the ostrich, being a-'

Vpfnd the stability of btiing non-conductor's, would secure the occupant "Irish Sketch Book, -Jourm y from Comb ill like under a dish. And the Lord said unto the other than a genuine woman; wbile her antagonist -
our institution
? and I brother Iii ,
of Jared, behold thou s.halt equally n P fueled
make ur
a genuine
of a bed nvideof tu Cairo, Our Street
which; them from the /ebecca and
the hurtful Ro-
just right of all the hole in the race horse of the
Hates', are wena," "Kickleburies top th"reof-and also !in tho bot. ordinary kind. lrthu
guaranteed. A morf without fear-who dare influence of electric fluid-but the idea that smaller under on tho Rhine, nd torn thcl't.'OrllIuthter-and[ whcalthou shalt I case Miss C. C. Cushman the vell-kouwa
papers, the of
: openly proclaim his principles and the they are a protection against dP.atbin'\, all its Angela Tit marsh ; and Chambers' Michael suffer tor air thou shall unstop the hole thereof walKing ladvis matched for #:250 to 'fun
I grounds
t on1 which be asks the confidence forms of attack, is wholly nuw tu us. JVou dia -mmended him before he was Cydope uni. and receive air; and if it be so that the a race with Arkansas Ifeer-a bliNded ow

--- ._,. and suffratt aaSa., .JIS_ .. versa My known, as "so water come in upon thee., behold ie tball I from Orleans.! To equalize: ihis/efe of'M feet,
W,' oi ms countrymen-A a quiet observer. In alii the hole in four legs have to.
travel dw
thorough stales stop thereof that ye not ; arwiie. while
... hcse Kckctches perishja
fI.... -.,;uml ...... tw.lupccvia*, nor, lorotga di' '. \1 -0 ..'-.-_--:-.-- _. tt ctf>. -The-tw'rtasr-wcre characteristic wrluea power'liner.the shows the lIood'r ar* of laughter.] ,pair bare lo run five bundr*'dyardi!-orabuut

plomatic relations-rather than a : -WAsarroToV, May 6.-Orson Hyde, a /Vor- fame and thrceand a half to one. Must of us are sonY )
mil- great success
mere. man, wa nominated the uVonily Fair, but TERRIBLE TiAOEor DASVILLE what with "
I itary chieftain fo Senate by the Presi AT Kr.-tA acquainted "the race of women,
whose I they are only studies for his
; ability
only and qual1 dent today, its asftoeinie Judge of the last pictures bloody street encounter occurred at Danville, but few of u* have whiM-swd it in ibis pirtic-
ificallnn may be that he c.n*c.ei a squadron of Utah, Vice Judge Brnchus, resigned.lerilory and ii may be noted as proof ol hU genuine Kentucky, a few days ago, between Dr. Frank ular way. Due Miss Cu..hmt\n. we know, tw

in the field ;" or |ead an army to 'icrory-or Mr. Richardsa Moimon was also nominated genius' that the' completed the figures n re"infinitelt Cowan, and two brothers named Shelby, i inconsequence had a very succeful run ; and her namesake
the lime Secretary of (1ll1h'ice superior: n designs, antl it is in completing of on anonymous letter received mat probably follow
is near at hand, when the skilful Harris resigned. the picture fronrthe sketch thnt her example ; but ia*
so it Muss
Shclbv have
by alleged
:o been between
If the above which written two legs na four
Mplomacy cf one President is from Washington hall gnin in meaning well in with bod1
,: may be more as as elaboration by Cowan. Each bt the party had pistols.I to match, the odds
; efficient and important to us, :than the swords paper do not present an instance of abu>c or nnJ size, that the true urtist is t.bown. Cowan first received a bull through the fleshy munt..prOportlonnte. are Who great and the wiar.cit"Ax tucitc-

4 of scores: of Generals, however able. prostitution. of the nomin tting power, it ,fur Mr. Th ckeray offered the MS of "Vanity part of tho leg, from a five barrel revolver, names the
,. Nowshould) nihes in our'opinion' something Fair" to ft magazine. The cdiuir declined it. tired by Joseph Shelby, and then fired ,three
Convention, give us a can "very analogous The author nublisned it, nnd made his name times ai Shelby, the last taking effect in the Eoaoa Go! s.-on the 26th ult. Mr-
; didate, such as we have dejcrtbed (and uch thereunto ; -To have every thing in immortal. It was followed "Pendcnnis," a neck he bull passing entirely through, and F. [.. Zim. CUitor o( the Red River (U)
mca are abundant m the party) there wi"he!| harmonious keeping ; wllbMormoni"m ; we mellower, riper fruit, to our fancy, but we fall ngdown in his sbi't bosom. Shelby sfng- Republican, departed a life of single! ble-

t 1 little'difficulty in placing him: at the helraof suppose justice will now be administered in have no thought entering upon a criticism gered in a store where his brother Alfred was of aedneu Miss, bf.Ibrowin* Inilf into the arm

StateT Uu 1h, "with a looseness" pt the author. His latest public literary,work and fell dead. The Utter then seized a bowie Elizabeth Caroline Posey.-.Y. 0,
country is roughly awake tp is tho course of lectures upon the wits of knife,advanced on Cowan and threw it at him Crescent. \ _

the errrrsj which have been committed in the Queen AnneV times, which! has been read be* I without effect. Cowan then persued Alfred -
i ttdmmistrAtion of the The friends of Gen, Scott in New \Jrknre' fore literary.and fashionable London and with bowie knife I
,o-t rnnnt, for Ihe last received i a in hand, when several per- A FTOIOCS \NILDCAt'-Oa of
three years.-All the about to hold* "protracted meeting" similar with the greatest applause. Copious IOUS interfered, and no further barm A Hendertoii the plantation 1
was .
recent local elections, to the one held by the Fillmore men.Charleston abstracts were published the done. The Esq some twenty mile below. I
leading all
journal parties are m the
ahowtconchufvciy paruh of
: what the predilections of Mercury. and there is little doubt that ,they are Henderson Concordia, Louisiana, a* .31r.
luff peupto are.-In a ; quite worthy their author. Mr. were clearing up a piece t
great majority of the I ITaAGlCAr. :Thackeray is VERT DISTKESSISG.-The other day, while a of wood-land
Slates, Democracy now understood on Friday last! a wild eat leaped
has to be
been engaged in fire in Detroit
,triumphant completing was raging a
and .. AFFAIR A Ind n:1ml'ttVlltpr' gentleman of from a tree
upon a shoulder.
t a novel nt which the negroes I
it only remains for those scene laid the
sent to the Baltimore Richardson was shot rfend at Ihe V. 8. Ar among appearance rushed frantically such an intense couUdivngage
persons and the times treated in fencitr, that no efforts
his lectures. from the Free Press office
Convention to do their duty, tq ensure success senal at Pittsburgh on Friday. by hi. Of Mr. Thackeray's intention exclaiming in his grasp until the negroes cut him
i to the cause and "te K>lher. who fired mm to visit heart-rending I nes, 'to the gallant firemen," in two amithus
safety )jus well as prOfrt"riry0 a eun III n ihe United States we bear nothing said. We Gentlemen, for heaven released their suffering com
: \ the country. i passion, under the belief ihnl it wm only think that there could be little doubt of the if that burns I am save the bank- panion. He was game to the I:ist. The negro'sarin
: loaded with powder. She was committed. subcess ruined they hacegtt my note will have to be Free Trai -
: of his M'u>
tu \" lecture h-*re.-N. Y. Times. 1J :hd up in there'" .hr. amputated;- s ,

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Tbe -Dar Book" n 'CJDJt-iu' foctv.tthiti A: CARD i ': FOR SALE. KaUIO 01 the Tlacr olDcll'e. :, -FOii WAR ---flrtfWLE I IATTORNEYd
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*me colored cfcritvrncn have gone to To fellow citizens of 8K Au ustine, I ATK. COULTER& GO'S .. 1 ,
,.$ IJanmla to see if lucy cannot makes arraneeincnt my 3TOUK. by the Subscriber I I'&OIlITI Nor. 1851. AT LAW AND SOLICITOUS
with the tender thank for ceding .ino to the I I and tie! \
\ British Uuvernmenl (or ma you my now landing (toni schr. .
[Ktpl at the Barracks, & Aug1tJtme.] CHANCERY.FLORIDA. ;
'thou-andsfifncreaof Und, fur joh colored' honorable office of* Mayor of the City of St. Mary hb-U.. (;.m Baltimore '_ \ t

tr."ii as may feel disposed to go 'ihe re vole Au< I 1,700 bu4irl White Oatr 1
f untnrilF to become
tnrnvrscaysBf : to bed and still siclc.-I am rmd'red \S__ :
my am very 511 lute of Haj. ; '
; utf meaDe, gin thol.inI ant let them e"* thedu. 30 l hht.lluwml l .t. Flour. I 64 74 18 142 W\l. A. FORWARD I SIMON TOWL& j
totally incapable of performing .
and beriiriKj farmers if thcv ; ,69 83 86 1a .
will Late of
but io! not "" St S
20 Augustine East. Florida.JACKSONVILLE.
.. keg* Butter, ; ,
,.for merry** sako. l.*avn them to die off at the IIRS.-.I 'respectjuliy resign my offirw-sJ) il "tJ'ItU 15 It No.superior I1rd, ,; ., 68 6S 1:1 !9 ; -
slaves I in this 01! 4 41 59 69 5:1: ; ; ,.
.emanripnlcd State
have-by neg. may elect another, more culpable, performing 5 bbla Apples: j i.'
.Jifct, c.ilJ I\nll starvation. L mk at Nuw Jcr them ; : ) 20. boxes assorted Crackers "- -. 5 015 61 15 56 .- For Enterprise and MellonvilfcLEAVLS .
.*"y, Oningr%Dutchess Columbia Cuntieor"Utd PIII1.UPS. 4bbI.s Pilot Bread 6 55 62 55 5-1 j1

.Long Inland, and) ask what have become of the GEO. LOTT. 10 Mercer Potatoes. 7 58 60 57 58.'S' Oy WED. ESDA rs. .
negroes who were made tree by pbilnnthro- St. Auj-ushne,22dJMuy; 1852. i 5 kegs Butter Crtcltrrs <49 6Q 63 65 : t 5-
pit'hite men.Where 10 boxes RtTajni, 9 66 68 7165 THE Steamer SARAH SPALDING having ,

are they ? Echo MAYOR'S OFFICE. Sc.'Anjrustifte E. Fl 2 bIns Onions, 10 6S' 11 72 19 n newly fitted up, will resume& regular I
answers where. for ,thf above '
trips places on Wednesday the. '
, Cone. -lI| gnn t and the same philanthropists May 18,1852.' { 70 Iba Candies. II 69 16 1-1 12I toad log at all intermediate Iandi
\ I case ClocAs,. >ortcrf. 11 15' 15 12J3 p"l1d '.
who abolished slavery in New tONFORMABLY the Charter of the of : ,
York and New to city 60 of Wbrat Bran '' will continue' punctually to leave every Wednesday j
begs .71
JiTwy to get rid-not oj sluvc-ry, but the ex \J dl. vfugnstine ; notice* hereby given, that an 1 case ITcklci,assorted, -. 16 78 '1 morning at 9o'clockbnnecting with''ihe U. S ;

p'nfolO supporting negroes would now make I Election will be held, at the Council Room,:for Mayor 2 dozen jars Ptl"l5l'l'\, I" '67 18 T1 13 Mail stea mere tu and from Savannah. For fn'j h;. '1

?Hurt; land, \iritinia, North nnd Sou'h Cnroli- to till the vacancy occasioned by the resignation 4.' .. J..t.mO S'rup, 15 10 1:1 18 63 engagemf, or passage apply on board or to "
i.a. whnl Long Islnnd! New Jersey und Dutchess of Gco. L. Phillips. Esq.;on Monday the 31st instant. At wholesale and retail. 16 53 63 65 56 FERNANDEZ, BISLIEE & Co., J2tnu.Jan.iO. -

rnunijr tire-Uwyravo yurd uf cnuncipa I The Pulls will, u the Jaw directs ; be opened at A bhare of puplic is rmpcctfnlly .17 M 61 61..65, 1851.
patronage so
41. and close 5 P M. 18 65 12 'II 65
0 o'clock A. at
ted .1"Yc.a. Hcited JAMES R. IIAN HAM. I QCHR.JO'iEt'U HfcNKY.14&:! days from Balti -
Francis P. Fer eira, John Andrew jr. 19 6A 69 68 61
Inspectors More,400 bile
JackBonrille.Afarch 13, 1852. 14-tf Flour.3000 bush Corn 40 bales
CURIUUd ACT OF IMMORTALITY. and Celestino Lsonardy Esqr. -. 20 51 'Ij 'II 68 Hay.SObags Cofce, 10 hhda 86gnr, 40 blls Lard. -.
An Utnh ,tho IcscretNewsofibn 10th I FAIL. J. Ox MLDICE3, MoyorPro' Tern Tax CcUectore ale. 21 59 63 6i .gif12 25 Kegstatter.. 40 bile Potatoes SO bIts Apples, r,
paper MaydI8. virtue of the power vested io me by law I 4'1 58 56 41. Casks Cfceesr, 160 bags Oats,,6 cask of Bacon 4()
lanuarr. extols one of tbdr/ |'" u, as a,bl< An totxplatn certain ..'ts (:an Or- : .. Tobacco, 3 _
14 .,"faith made mnnifeta, because ahe Ordinance '
( d.or I&JLvPLa )hI'J1m M a4a'r"of.-JaJ 1454.r 7265'i9 b.bds do blls Molasses!
JJ.ras arI V.i&-fri ,50 boxes 8oa(>, 2 cask
4fu go. _
of ijroi .
"The '
fId A IgJ-pdueiiua.
; the fofl
wore wEi'.crIbed of land "
$ next tract Oil 60
or so 25 7215 72 61 boxes Ccndles 15 baskets Champagne 10Uxea
within the St. Aarwline.Be .
SrTi"a"Tuiihron is csrtainlV an odd claim for ing at large filly''oJ .
thereof ..
will tbereoa
nach pay the taxes due the 26 41 62 61 6'J Cidt-r.JO ckests Tea. 10 doz. Brooms 1(1
14t'egkty In Ibo archive ofa people. Did we it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldrm n of State Florida and County of Orange doubled tax 21 63 83 61 10 TubeS boxes ,Oranges, 5 boxes Lemons 10 casks -S

not differ somewh t in opinion from the editor the City of Vf. Augtstine, That the Ordinance ed from the year 1845 to and including 1861, to 28 10 74 '18 61 Rice, 3 Crates 15 boxes Starch,400 boxes-to

end his people, we might give Mrs. Bloomer j jnn I prohibiting horses and cattle from going at large wit : 29 65 63 54 65 March 6th 1851. B. E,CARR.ITOTICE .
equal eminent nnsitscrn. The News snys: ) Within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed, as 180 acres assessed to Theresa Rodrignes, ia \ i
.. t \Ve understarni that one of tho 'Indies of to subject surh horses and Cattle only within here. section 37, township 19. range 28. 30 63 ,68 81 J is hereby given.lhat I will, six wreka

Utah appeared in the public assembly last after described boundary a fine, that are fond at Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the DECUISKI- 1 after date, apply to the Judge of Probate of St.

Rabbath, clad in a buckfkin trk., beautifullf, I large within the City vis: Within the City Gate day of sale. J. SIMPSON, Sheriffand I 56 61 55 85J Johns County for Letters I South, and tile lot of the U.S. St, Francis Barracks 3 1852. Tax Collector. E tate <>f Susan FoUls late of
ornnrnentcd with the amine rmterinl, ; the exhibition jan o.c. 52 56 9 : ... said County lJ ca'f'd" -
we have everywhere spoken of intho I North,and within any part of the: liver on the Cast -Tax Collectors- !!!a1e. 3 '46 U 68 41 ANN HURLBERT.
side, to of the Western shore of : Maria St. Augustine, March 6th 1852. ,
highest prnbe.and we only wish Unit I Sanchez'\any Creek part of said City. By virtue of the power Tested ia me by law I 4 38 49 59 41

had been our wife who hud set this noble ex Passed in Council May 17It52.EMANUJLJ.O&. hall expose (or sale before the Coon House 5 40 54 65 41 Tax Co/kcfor'
nmple. Surely this tisler his manifested her MEDICES. in the city of St. Augustine on UK first Monday of 6. .68 63 65 .57 < Sale. -

fnith br her works;she beliC"yp.ln home mime. Mayor Pro Tem. May next, the following described property or so 7 61 6'7 I \ 65 59. BY virtue of the power vested in mebyUw f

:\ fnc'ure. and her name will be rrgistcrrd in Attest much thereof u will yay the State and County taxes 8 60 6:1: 61 52 expose for sale before the Court Hou- .

the archives of Ulfh, as a pattern worthy of ( M&3. (bl &. Clerk of the Council. and the necessary expenses due thereon for the 9 I 58 I 65 I 68 I 54in I I door the f'ilowingdescnibed at! .lellonviUe, on the first Monday of July next
-Savannah vearl 81.to wit: A'.! .i &OU. i tracts of land or eu mntI|
.. imitation by alL" Georgian. .. NotIce- 300 acres 3d rate land assessed to Nicolas San. i ((68- 63 7965 g UU tLt-aeolu will pay the taxes due tbel'PonIb Stair. ) J 1

CHAKCK rr HABIT.-A gentlomnn recentlrfrom hereby given ball creditors and all panitacon- chez being section 25 of private surveys, township Ii 62 I 6. I 77 69 01 Florida and Conaiy of Orange from the year 1845, jpIJ
I interested i ia the Estate of in St. Conn 18 ana including 2851 to wit
Africa while at nc of the civilised col. rnea or any way 4, south of r&DgeEast, being Johns 13 .59 fl
63 b'
Joseph W. Milea late of Putnam county, deceased ty,adjoining lands of Estate of Robe'u.l\lickler, and 100 acres belonging to or opposed to belong In f
) oniivt on the const, met a young colored woman thatou the expiratien of six months from the date Estate ofETJenkes.Unless 14 49 48 60 49 Robert Shepherd aad Jose Saactes being in secii.a .

<. whom he hud known In Old Virginia. : hereof.; I shall apply ro the Court Probate for the taxes and expenses are paid before the 16 49 68 68 48' :io. township 17.range34, the place known a* Du-
,- who hail obtained her freedom for good con county of Putnam aforesaid, for a final settlement of day of sale. 16 31. .48 I ,66 } 4'7 bardy's Cans!.

luc'; and had emigratud to Liberia. I my accounts with said Estate and a discharge as \d. I The above sale is postponed to the first'Monday 1'7 4:1: 49 49 38 Unless taxes and expenses. are paid before the Jay!

MWhere are you travelling tu, Mary ?"said tuinistrator thereof. in June next. 18 28 29 3:1: of ale.

S 1hA gentleman. I I BENJAMIN CHAPMAN, Admr R. B.UANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. 19 33 36 .r 491 t 36 4- Aim, aOlO
. "1 am going down to the village on the May 22d. 1852. T ix Assessor and Collector: J. c. 20 3-1 49 i 62I: \ 4-1 kmsonbeing in section acrm nasessel to Chrke and At.
shore. Tin tired of nigger -- 21 31 37, township 13, range JM
wen seeing nigger 58 6065
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.. Notice Nov I, 1851. south and eart at Haw Creek. W.A. Forward.Apeni
I want It) some white folks I"! I W.cksafter date I will apply to thejudee 22 68 51 68 62 Alo, 600 acres in Township 18 South
"But are you doine wAit here t** Sit Probate of Putnam County for letters of Ad. Tax Collectors Male. 23 62 69 68 56 35. east,assessed to the heirs of Caroline range

Oh, very ,well I have four slaves who ministration on the Estate of Feribee Thigpeft, late' By virtue of the power vested in ''me' by Law 2-1 54 65 66 61 Hardy, sooth of New Smyrna. Mat

4 mnke pnlm leaf hat*'." of Putnam County,deceased. shall expose for sale before the Coart House 25 U 66 75 61 j Alto 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of

IQYos, Mary. You, emancipated have LUKH" JOHNS' at Mellonville! on the first Monday of July next, the 26 61 6772 63 McHardy, bei_g in section 49 and 50 Caroline ant r

slaves in our own land i" Pilatke 15th May 1852- following described tract of land or so much threo. 21 64 65 61 65 part ill Township ie, range 34 and part in townlup
.S -Oh. said she with simplicity claims u will pay the taxes due thereon the State of 28 65 ., 18, end "
yes grent persons having against 73 63 6i rang'35 south of New Smyrna.
mu&t do an they drf in OI<1 Virginia." NOTICE. Antonia Medecis late of 8t. Florida to wit : and County of Orauge fur the year' 1851. 129 60 74 61 65 Unless tues and expenses are paid before the !

John County deceased either as creditors heirs legatees 30 62 I 7-1 'm fi6 day of*ale. f
30O land to Jfemardo
I acres > asaeweu Segui.
: From the Olive Franco.ENERGY. or otherwise are hereby notified to present the being in section 15, south 31 68 75 I 77 ". (,9JAfUAItT Also 5000 assessed
township acres
-t> : same, within the time prescribed by law, or they will 44. range:33, to Philip R. Youmre lv- !I
I ond east on Halhfax River. 185:3. R0 Actions 37 and 38.township 21 south
be for : range t
I There must be a demind. before th'?ro will! ever barred.EMANUEL J. De MEDCCtS. J. SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Cullecloro.c. 30. and township 21 south range31, cast, being o..
})., at mipplv. List night I dr.sumpt that I saw JUAN: 8. PACETTY.St. jan 3. 185:1 I t2: 65 71 I 51a Lake Jesaup, Forward Aaent
: 46 47 52 .45 "
a bu,' nl the top i>f a hitch motn.tuin! whirh Augustine 8th Mny 1852. 8wka Tax Collector's Mule.By 3 38 57 of3e"Xe* and eXpeD5e are I10141 before lh* ;

wns deeply covered with snow, und he cried virtue of the power vetted in me by law I 41 1. 43 day : _.'__., .. _.
nlmid to every one who passed bv at the foot i: NOTICE. shall expose' for sale_before CourtHouse: .4 548 41 58 62' "41.52" __ Aim. 1OOO acres ofland hi section 37, town-

of the mountain, saying, *cannot get down, at Mel! iflle on the first Monday of July nextthe 49 bps 17 and 18 rang 30, sasesed to David R.

Wing me a horse, n horse' ",or I ;pcrih!' But A LL Lands entered! at the land Office in following described tract of land or mmuch !thereof 6..0 -St j 44- wJham,being on Lake Berrisford. &. Johns RivUnlcs -
- i.o; one herded him nnd presently I snw anlijshlon L. Augustine, and I) ing in ''St. Johns as will pay the taxes due thereon the State of 7 36 I : 5 .n er.

nmung the trees on tho mountain top I County either by purcnnsc by location Florida and County Orange for .the ytar'leol, to I -8 42 44 3 I, 49D taxes anti exp'nscs are paid ,before the
\ nnd as I continued to look saw i little child ol, Bounty Laud Warrants, nro; iul.j('CI; to wif 49: 58 71 57 day of sale.[

emerge, pursu.d by a rnvmous wulf; the boy 1 the paynvnt of State nnd County taxes, 200 acres of Land assessed to Joseph :M.' San I 10 65 69 75 65

on the miMintoin saw it too, and breaking off i! and unless returned fin 01" bo'llre thy 1st day chex in section 40,tow nsliip 1C, range 33 I S: and K i 11 49 59 62 4-1 Also 600 acresoflandlyingin section 40.township

., l.in cries 'lor horM he forwl"d.seized I I ot Mny will be doubled taxed as the ia\v on the Hallifax fliver. 12 40 49 50 44 17 south range 33 east,assessed to the (Olafe'
.. .. sprung '
Also 310 acres assessed to the said Joseph M 13 36 31 .28 2G- of Linday-Tod near New Pmyrna, Foiwnrd ,
the igent.
duwn "
dud bra nod
litllu in
the arms sped 1 requires. Sandier in tee 51, township 17, range 34, south 14 23 31 01, 37 Unless taxes. and expenses. are paid before the
. .
the welNtrodden road CANOVA Sheriff and cxoftT.tx
V mountain, reaching : in R. B. an j east west of Smyrna.MP8ON : 16 69 61 day of eale. .
sxfetv. He hod forgotten his own selih( fears Asscwor aud Cullc-ctor, s. 'J.. c. J Sheriff and Tax Collector o. c. 36 42 awed.
16 45 66 61 4:1: Also. 000 acres to John Robin-on beinir
in his earnest desire to save another. April 10 1852. .
; ?
Jan 3 185 of tract of 2060
part a acres granted
17 5 to
\ 34 05 49.
Oil feels bowed down the
jimra one by
RobiiiHon in section 38
biuf ,
63 township 15.
-- 18 45 67 73 range 32
eight nf many car s,nnd that one more woulditssuredly and township 15, 33, Sand
Collectors range E Hallifax
25 DOLLARSWILL Tax yale.Y 19! 51 41 4-1 2S on
; crush him, vet that one added, per River. \\i
S virtue of the power vested' in me bv law, Ishall 20 22 28 38 37
hupp, gives nn impetus which removes the B Une! Taxes and expenses are paid before the
S.S for gale before the Court Houseat Jar
PAID Reword 21 37 6& 41
DC 3-t
hole bur.en.! Just as the anow-flukcs collect as a to nny $per expose of NI .. '
I j', who will apprehend "r,d confine MellonvilU on the first Monday ol Jane 21 32 42 41 41 c
on a tiny branch until it bous like a weeping Also<) 66 acres assed to Cornelius Monroe ,
obtain next the folio wing described tract of land or,o much 23 35 49 49 .59 on the-
(so that I can possession of bur;) either -
willow and one vould think that the lest trifle Wekiva Creek, bounded the
thereof will the State and County taxes on south by George R.
pay 24 48 107 55 51.
in St. Johns or County jail
break the but the ; my .ne Fairbank's lands.
little/twig as Unless
more must ; due thereon fur the taxes and expenses are
and the year185ltowit
necessary:: expenses 25 53' 51 69 J-
HANNAHShe is of rather tall
,'erylnt"xt snow.flnke alls upon the accumuln gro wornan paid before the day of sale.
ted cbpe it topples down to the round, can y* and slim mike und of very erect rarringe' -of 160 acres of land formerly owned by Nicolos 26 51 65 .70 56 J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector.o.c.

- Fig the whole mass along with i it', and the block complexion and between the ages of Sheperd at Lake Munroe. Present owner not ,known. 27 40 52 50 45 jan 3J, 1852. e

branch erects itself, D' r.ftpabh ot supporting Forty-five and Fifly --She ratiaway from my Double taxed for the year 1851. 28 31 51 63..43 --
another burden as before. Bo we go through family in SI. Augustine about the last of October J. SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector o. c 29 35 63 62 49 -
first ot November 18 l-nId 30 39 59 67 ADAMS & CO'S
or supposed
1 life, stinking off one care to receive another Feb. 28, ,
to be secreted, somewhere in the vicinity 31 61 70 69 59 -
but of.
J it w' only kren up our elasticity spirit S

1.. and hype on, we may bow/ th true, but never the. Cit- LEWIS Tax Collectors &lle.By FLBRUAny.J J -

1 bout Jcr lr cut down. COXETTER. : virtue of the power vested in me bylaw, 1 ( 56 I 68 78 ) 68 __ .
. -- -- St. Ulrust Inr.. March ISlli 1852.. : for sale before the Court finuse n n _rt:: .It.,, I -
... S expose 1M vv 01 VII
A PALPABLE HIT. Charleston and J'lorlda.Llue. door at .Mellouville on the first j/onday of July 3 41 54 1)6'-45 I 7- : .

.: Mr. Brooks, member of f Congrew from New next, the following!) described tract of land or eo 4 39 65 6U 46 / NEW YORK'
much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon thf 68 "
q York Mr. Senator Mnngum aslap>> thei
gave State of Florida and County of Orange (for the year "17 AID.
.i J the rounds," Mr. Marxum, whn it is wi-ll of of 4000 7 59 10 61 .,
96il aertrsof Innd being part a grant 59 EX PRE H. \
L. M. COXETTER JASTIR.I .64 67 66' I
e known, as the ndvocatf of Jen. Bcu't for the acres assessed to Domingo Acnata. in section 38. $ 66 -
I had of Mr. Brookn as riding _l NOW 34 and 35 Flownder CreekIndian 9 54 65 65'10 / -
Presidency, spoken -1. running regular township 20. Range near 72 ('flicEs :
t in his carriage, driV'-n by servants in livery, .ly on the Line between River. 66 61 11 66 16. 18 & 19 Wall st. New'York.ISO .

. 1&C:..Mr. Brook! replied,and said thnt although, ;J Charleston. Savannah and J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c. II 60 62 65 54 : It.. Hartford, Ct5f
I he had not been in the carriage referred to _v-J the St. John's River. an 3d hI52TO 12 41 66 6:1 41 State fct., t New Havo, Ct.

I more than IWo or three times, he yet 'rather The following schedule has been adopted, which --- 13 36 61 I 162 llultimore, Baltimore.

I be driven by a negro in slavery! than be the .hows the hours of arrivals and departures from the. L&RGE PLANTERS. Pennsylvania At'... Washioi-ion. ,
1 driver ot an abolition team fur the Presidency various ports : Valuable Tract. of Land for ale. ",STATE OF FLORIDA rtRCU1.Tf.'D" ., .!2-1&",. ..r'c.., e flTCTTTflGfld, Va. -. -
, Fkridian and Journal. Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 19 o'clock x. subwiber as Agent of.the several owners 84 Washington sr.. Bush' n.
S Leaves Savannah every Wednebday. at 4 TM. THE 72 Camp s:., New Orleans.

; PUSXRCB or ) .-Neighbour Weilhuns Leaves Jacksonville ,every Thursday, at 10 A.M.Leavaa in East Florida, to win" e COUNTY. ._' ---- ..

t -- ,iras walking the other day in Carlsruhe. by Tkolata every Thursday, at 2 r... 800! acres valuable the h Gibbs mmock Lands land,Marion West ofFleraIngtoa Co., Penelope M. RSumner.. Compt. \ jm C8uczaT, Tax Collector's sge.ipY .

,- t S thtt river side, nnd, his foot flipping be fell XSTCftXIJCC, 1100. known acres near as the Alachua Savanna, known u Morton ComwbSumotr, Deft,, S Bill forIt Divorce. virtue of the power vested in me by law I

: into the water. He did not tnke his misfbr Leaves Pilatka every Friday, at 7 o'clock: A. .. the Carey Grant. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court I_ 1 shall expos for sale before the Court House
tun&te quitely and two gendarmes hearing Plcolata .0 .. -.. 1 doozst Mellonville the first
a very Leaves 10 1400 acres in San Feiaaco Hammock near New. by affidivit filed in this case, that Morton Cornish on Monday of July next
I his crta came up to the spot. After looking Leaves Jacksonville every Friday, at 3.' ,.M. nanWille.! known as the Lawton Lands. Sumner the Defendant above named,resides beyond the ((011owin2 described tract of land or as muc i

3 : at the unfortunate man, neither seemed at Leaves Savannah "' Saturday,at 9 A'.. Several thousand acres good land in the Arre I the Limits of the State Florida, to that the thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the dfatd

1. .- fill inclined jump in to his rescue, and means The FIXIUOA has been built under the special superintendence I I dondo Grant. ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. of Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851

f whilt be was a I but exhausted another: mo. of Capt. Cox tter, and her speed and 7000 acres on Halifax River South of St. Au- Therefore, on Motion of McQII n McIntosh, Eaq. to wit :
'""' mnt and he was I lout. A sudden thought accommodations for Passengers are airarpassed by eustine known' the' Bulow Plantation having 800 Solicitor for the Complainant it is ordered, that notice 10O aerra! aises'd in Elizabeth Punch, in sec.'

01 fctrurk him, and gathering up his remaining any boat ever placed the St. John's. Freightand acres of open land suitable (or cane and cotton. of the pendency of this: suit be given, to the ,aid 61, township 16. range ,33, south and rast.cn the
breath, he screnmed out MHecker: for ever," passage as low a*by any other line. Any fur Acd several other bodies of hammock land on Defendant, Morton Cornish Sumner, by publication J. Hirer.HJMr ON Sheriff and Tax Collector .
. : The atrocious sentiment fired the gendarmes ther information can be obtained by applying to either navigable waters. in "The Ancient City" a Public Newspaper publish ,o ,c.
. with indignant zeal and the revolutionary : of the undersigned Agents.J. The. titles are undoubted and &t'rm.low--Appl, ed in the City of 8t. Augustine, in the County and jan 3. 1852

) *ts Instantly snatched from the waves andcoaveyed W. CALDWELL Charleston.B. to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS.Feb Circuit aforesaid, for the space of three months requiring --
W. BUKBR. nlnnah.BELLECIIASSEE 28, 1852 St. AuguatinFlorida.. him the said Defendant to appear and n.weloI I fax Collector's Sale.

;' Weithaus to the guardhouse. JV iwportet &. FINEGAN, 1 NOTICE.1. the said Bill,.or the name and the matters and thing : Y virtue of the power vested ia me by law I
I was ufeFliq-tnM: Blatter. Jacksonville. -- alleged will be taken Confessed. B:: shall for al,- before
I.. GIVEN to all Creditors. therein as expose the Court House I
_ R R. REID, Pilatka. IS HEREBY interested, in the lIeira'l And it ia further ordered that a hearing bad in. door at Mellooville on the first Monday of July next '

It I* stated that more snow fell during the April 10, 1852. Legatees, & others of dt. Johns County d altd" this Case, at the next June Term of Said Court tobe the following deicnbed tract of land or as ranch
.. tint half of the of Henry Klonne late in and for St. Jrhns County aforesaid, at thereof will the ,
month of April in portions Tooth Powder &c. of six Months from :the date boWen as pay tax a due thereon the State 1
.f New England,that during the whole of any Cleveland's Tooth, Powder, English that hereof on, I the will expiration apply t. the Court of Probates for the the Court House in'the said City of St... Aanstrae. Florida sndConnty. ,,f Orange for the year 1851.to J .
I, under hand at Chambers, this 4th day
month of the Given my wit :
winter. Dr. final
past aforesaid for settlement
',Cologne Water Soap. County of St, Johns a
Fome Soap, Honey Soap. assorted PcrfumenPhttieome of accounts withsaU Estate, and a discharge as of February, 1852.THOMAS 310 acres assessed to Jamrs Clark in section ,
two d Camphor &c.
'jcen mercantile<< houses of New my DOUGLAS, Judge
42. 11
r.d township Range 31 south and the
Oil toilet Powder,fine thereof. ession
York. have Oil. Bears Sponge, administrator .
nude up the turn ofsixhunlred A true copy from the original order.p. HaEi&x River,
-dollar ond Hair Dy, Rose Water. Military Shaving Soap, FRANC BRIDIER. Admr. DUMAS Clerk ST. JOHJIS co. I
J. presented the fcem.le College at Roger's Perfumary. Jockey Clubb, February 21st 1852. B. c. c. J. SIMPSON, !herlft'and Tax ColJet-toro.c
( Brushes St. Augustine
.1 1 illrenboroUJtb,in that State,with a Philosophic Straps&e. Also, an anortmrnt of'Roger's & Worten. Feh.Sgth, 1852 Jan 3.1853Subr.

n horn's Cutlery, Fancy note and Bath letter" P'fr, S Choice liquor tScc. FLORIDA dajfrom New lurk 90
?- It WM" the custom of the higher order of the at retail by B CARR.*. Old BrtUldy, Holland Gin, Monongahela By Schr. Florida now discharging Butter, liar, 50 bbls. Flour, 5 bhdfl. Hugar
and Scotch do.
Ale lam
a Q : nllu drink mca'l, abeaverage made Jiot 29 b"lmh and poricr. J.ardCr ckcrsPork, ,Bacon,8houi- 16 bbU Crnkrr.,50 sacks: Salt, and 124 park.ars .
J. wIth honer for wed.S Cl a oPJKne Wine, Madrira, do. Sherry do dt-rn, with a full assortment of articles usual to B. E. Carr, 10 boxes G. Bun, $unilry
thirty days after
!? mJ.-Frorn every COLLECTORS BLANK DEEDS/or] i.. .,do Congrrt Water Cordi"a.'CIa" Win,. I kepi at the lowest prices by B. E CARR. & H mk Ond
'pend the?honeymoon.lhisvrustom*' the 'expression* tu I TAX at this Office.. : &c. B F. C.4RR Iy o pnckajtca. to Burlingame > olhcl'. ., I

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Utilities* Directory. i For the county of Marion, on the firs Monday .in, STADIUTV'SECIJRITY-PEIlPF.TWTYi .v.t. .'I'az etJlItctrs..ol ll'r r. 'Tax <'olii-rlur* ..
? nle
Mnelia WteL On St. George Strtf.t.north of,..December."T. 't Y virtue of the power vested in me bylaw I : of the ,
"'-- e'rubllcTfquare and'onf;door north of the Meth-,I\: $ Forjbe ccunties of.Alachua .and Levy on the secomlilondayjn :en (,uoo. B shall expose for sale before the Court lloutwJoor \ Dvlrtlt. ) fur ItOw"'rytfl..diam ale before the 'bJIn'f V .

4isi CUrcb. !' : l December. ,THE MVTtJ1tLLIWE2NSUDA4CE. ._ at Wloiivilie; on ihe first Monday of July .Ioor Jn the city! of Hi Acgusiinr C..rt flO1t
Florida Jloute. On, Treasury Lace, .North oft For the county of Columbia, on the third Monday CtPANY V I next, thefoilowiujf described tract of land or to day of Mny noxttf r t'oilnwiug on the ?" .
t ;Uif Public tfqoare. i in December. ,. OF NEW YORK-NO.35 \VALLSt., much thereof na will pay the taxes due 'thereotjthe I or so much thereof: will the decrUd froll'n,
Cat,/To/el. On Charlotte and Bay Street, a rev The U.S. District Court, at St. Angnatine. on th.<* ;j ET Accumulated Fund. Nov. 1st. 1849, $900- : State of Florida and County Orange doubled taxed t r taxes and the rcfnry f'lpt'UbI'l pay due SIatp nag'CObt,
dbors eoVtb East of the'Piiblic Square.Flanln first OOO.secnrefy) invested in Bonds and 1851 lJttn-CQ: lor
: Monday April. Iront th'ye.it iSIS to and including to. year 1851, to wit r the
Jhitl. On Charlotte Street and Trcasfc on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, I .
k *. 'riL&vLLER'S GUIDE.I 't A lot oflaid in the of
wit : city : Sr
I. lfvnortb of the Public Square, annexed to the >fthe Slate :and City of New York l\lortgagt'8\ '\ngQ9t;;: Loa..
Theresa tied
\ in
I tJ 5 ISO icre4a" Jf :Houst' I iibuTES FROM CIIAR E TOS' States Go f'mment. lid
t section 37 township 19. rauge28. I l lot of O I'oinar and A- Masters
BOARDING This fund is by a on tht Wf'8t
IIOUSF.S. rapidlrjhcreasing before theJJfof
: paid hi
Unless taxes and expenses are J Tolomato street on the south
0 : fuss Ft>tio. 00 .tT George Street, a few doom I JVb as Ckarlettvn to New York. Leaviag daily at ded and prosperous business. V .al J. UIP30N, tHlrritraod AnJ-cu d"Cf'a? d. oax the North by lot br JOspli
of fif-
L Booth of the Court IIpr4e and Public The Company declared dividend ol profits aJf.r.'IIit1
31-2 o'clock r. H, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 'I jan 3, 185'1. TM Ci1tectnr.o.c. | was orrfginally owned by the late )It.I
G. tf. On of Bny and ty-two cent on' all existing policies the 31st Of'lrt" Bar,
flip .
; 1 Bay ; oomrr. miles.-By Railroad to Weldon.lfijS miles.-To Petereburg cfeceaseit,nnd assessed (1. R. "''
of TTax :lectors 2 sate.B to Fair
t' b
1 (Garden Lane. > '. 63.To Richmond 522...-To Acqoia Creek January, 1848. in .iu>'w'
. \ DOCTQR8.Doc 7lJ.-Df Steamer to Washington 55.-By_Railroad? to All ho Profits arc divided .among i y virtue of th. power vested In me by law I I. ihg Unless JIll two acres and more ..or less
I 1 r /. F. Weedom Office at his Dwellir. g House Baltimore 40.To Philadelphia 92.To New-York V the Insured ; ::-< -ehal! expose for sate before theoon House of lazes exponscs are paid ft the
t liP Bridge Street. '? 87. Tota| distance 771 milri.'rime CO hours. Fare The premiums are payable in cash annually,sem- 'n the city oft. Augustine,, ths first Monday of day snIt If. D. I
t I P .Join E. Peck, Office on St. George Street, S2(). annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the May next, the.foUowng; described property or so C.NOSh"ritr anl eefl'Tax

\ door North of the Court House.. The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston deferred payments. much "thereof all will yay the rftate an ,County taxes Assessor llItI CuilC1trr,L I. Co
'I DRUGGIST. The cash principle adopted by this Company secures and the due thereon lor the OY'' 1,1851.
every tenth day after the 27th of April,o'clock I" M.Thro necearf -
t ( P C Z, I'II. .Chemist and Drugget. Charlotte in 60 ours. Fare (State-Koom) $25. to the parties (or whose benefit the insurances yearl SJtovLt TOTalnablc IiitIWE Pbtiii -
:S rett. from Charleston to l'/Iiladtlphill.-The Osprey are effected, Ihe whole "f the advantages without 300 acres! 3d rate land assessed to Nicolas Sanchez V Tracts if Land { .
Ii, __ ___ subjecting them tolhe drawback of accumulated 25 of township V furSIe
leave* Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, heavy being section private' surveys f HK subscriber aa Agent.ol the
; k\ LAWYKRS. II P.M.-through in CO hours. Fn.re $20.Fmm premium notes. 4, south of range 29 East: beTrig in St. Johns Couu- 1' offers for sale some of the mod It'Yl'ral'OWDfoI'
I E. B. u.u/i.' Counsellor at Law. office on Ar- Chqrletton to Nev>-Orlean.. Leaving daily Personsmay effect insurance on their own )Jives ty, adjoining lands of Estate of Robert Mkklcr, ana in Kast .Florida to wit : valuable, lailj

iNf ry Lane. at 10 o'clock A. M. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta' 136 and the lives of others. A married woman cnn in- Estate ofET Jenkes. 800 acres valuable hammock Lnd. W
ii. A, Putriamii i Attorne) and Councillorill mile*.-By Georgia Rajlroad to Atlanta 171.-By cure the life ofherhut.bandthe benefits of vhich arc Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the ington.known n9 the Gil.ba Lamfa iB Marion't c --
I J.a W,othu" Picoliitn stn' t.. Macon Iud wcttern Kailroad to Griffin 42.-By secured by law' for the'exclusive use of herself or children. day of sale. V IlOOacres netr the AtacbU3 $ (:0..

j Gcote1. j'uirbinki.. Attorney and Counsellor, Stage to'Opolaka 35.-By. Rnilroad to Montgomery The above ?nle is postponed to the first MOM- the Garer Grnnt. avaur,1 known I

\ .\i w 4 c.lDhe Court House i iI' C5 -By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Orleana Clergymen and all others dependent .upon salaries day in Juno next. 1400 acres in tan FefaJco !ramrnocknan&Tille V

ICG. Total distance 1,006 mites Time.<123 hours. are specially invited ro avail themselve of a reSource V R. B.CANOVA, Sheriff and cx-ofk known as the lAwton LanJa. ner. N,.

H PUBLIC OFFICES, Fare 3D, 50. : whereby their surviving fkmilto may be secured. Tux' Assessur.uu&.Collector 8. l. c. VV Several thousand acres good Jantl-iu. toe ..
\ \: 'Pott Office. 'G, E. Liambias Post Master Court From Charleston to Ntio-0rlean9\li Savannah root the evils of penury. Nov I. 1851. ; dondo Grant. A" V

/ I House. ; daily at 9 ..&\. M. By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. explanatory of the principles! of Mutual Tax 4'oHi-ciors Sale.y 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of Sj Aa.
. f Surveyor Central' Office. 3. A. \P/utnam Sure Central Uaiiroa/ / and Western KaiU: Life Insurance and illustrating it* advantages with gutilJr,known as the Bulow Piantntion having
j >eyot General,on Hdrpital Street,corner of Artillery: road-rBy Barnesville 40. By Stage to Opelaka 100.- forms applicationmay be obtained'at the office 01 y virtue of the power vested in me by Law acres of open land suitable' for cane and cstL aw
Lane and Hospital' Street. 1 to the Company, 35 Wall st., or of any of its agents. .Vup> I shall expose for sale before the Court Houseat And several other bodka of .
Steamer hammock
Land Office....A... T. NoJa Register' of Public By Railroad to Montgomery G5.-Dy Total' TRUSTEES Mellonville on the first .Monday of July next the navigable waters. land| .
bile 33. To New-Orleans ICG. distance 1 1\10.1
Land* office ui the'Court House.Thtt. Jos B Cortina, David C Colden, following described tract of land or so much threo. 'The title are undoubted and
miles. Time 77 hours. Fare 39. 50. terms
T Rtitstll, Receiver, 'office in Court L 'l'A LE.Distnnc's. Wm J Uys! p, Alfred Edwards as will pay the taxes due thereon the' State of to O' :0. R. IOw.\pplf
I House.ludgt. MISCELLANEOUS Fare R II ltcCurVm Belts Flonidanad County of Orange for the year 1851, Fl'b 28. 1852 St. AGgu. V
Time. tin'.n..rk
of Prolate. (Humphrey's ll e,) office Ered W;just on. Joseph Blunt. tC to wit : .
in the Court House. To,Athens, Ca.11 221 m. 67,0i* 20 h. W Faber, Isaac G Pearson, I 30O acres land assessed to -Arnardn St'guib .V Tax Collectors .i11-

Peter B. Vuinat, Clerk. Circuit Court offica in I "Chattanoofra: Tenn., 445 13,12 31 John P Yt-lverton, Henry Wells, jng inr section 44 township 15, range 33,south By virtue of the power vwtrd in m* fr.law,i
.the Court- House.toaeJ "Columha.S. C.. 13fl 4.00 8 Theo Sedgwiek. Wm Moore anti east on Hallifhx River. expose for sale! before the Court Mat .

./ B. CClnot'". Sheriff and Tax Collector,of- "Tnmilro.S.C.. 149 4,00) I 9 Stacy B Collins, Zebrdee Cook, J. SIMPSON. SherilTand Tar Collector, o.c. Mellouville on the first Monday Of Jal'.zr.llIft -
lice in the Court House. "Ilnniburt', S. C., 13G 4,00 8 John II Swift. Jonn'Miller, Jan. 3.1853B ; following scribed tract of land na l thtp

Collector of Cuttomn John M Hanson,offiee,- "MemphlsTenn., 740 28,00- John Wad \\'orth David A Comstock Tax co1hictdr"b ajc. V of aa will pay the taxes due thereof tllto 8,1,. i
Passengers for fit her of the above places leavt V Flon-la nnd 0
Planters Hotel..Inmector S M Cornell Robert County of Orange for the
( Shuyler, : y virtue oldie power vested JQ me by law, ye,, 1851
of Ciltlolm. On Howard. office in Charleston daily by S. C. Railroad at 10 o'clock Gouv 1\1 Wilkins James Chambers, Khali! expose for sale before jthe Court House to wit : ,

1llpwari. Buildings, MArket square..iff. -&. -WL. V John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman. at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next.iht- BaG acres on the West side, and 8)5acrrsoa)
f'.. : flro/itan, ,\isTrict of Florida. office in the Court House. expose for Bale he ore the Court House Chnrlea Ely, Wm J Bunker as,will pay the taxes due thereon the State of Miranda bring in section 39 and 40, towiuhip 1J J
O. R. Fllir&a b. Clerk U. S, Court.. office in I door at Mflluuville on the first Monday of Angnsi i John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, Florida and County of Oraage for the year leSt, to range. SJIsoatli nnd east. *
the Court House, next the fallowing described tracu of land or so i Walter Joy Francis S Lathrop, wit. V J. 81MPSON, Sheriff and TaxCollector.o

Deputy Martial. George. I. Ztjiubaur office in much thereof as wit pay the taxes due thereon the Alfred Pell. J 0 Thatcher. 200 acres of Land assessed to Jori J/! Sanchez Inn 3. 1& 2 e

.tIle Court House. Aftnte of Florida and Co'.my If Orange focUie year JOSEPH B. COLLIN, President. in section township 1C, range 33 S aad ron AST UxN'idN OF'
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.Gad. l 51to wit ; r ,ISAAC ABOATT, Secretary. -- the Hallifax River. *' 1'IIILADELPHM.

1Iumpttreye-.i1llce in the Court House 750nere8of Lind ?in Tnmhull swamp belonging JOSEPH BLP.TT Counsellor. Also, 310 acrea asoesacd to the said Joseph ?* fncorporatml bv tho Lcfiblaiareo

Geo I- Phillip, Notary l Public-. office on Bny i or t-uPII'f"d to lirlong to Win G Foot' returned [ G. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent, St. Angustme Fla.L'vbLUb Sanche*. lq,see 51, towndiip 17 rang" 31, out Pmln..vh-n'Ua. .
,iNlreet, a (title-North of the Market and PCX door' by n.cnjantin A l'utnatii, I ant fast, wet of "mvrm.. FOR TflK: PROMOTION OP THE

,to Iha Post.oUIcp. OFFICERS.Alivor I.CITY j ; Also, 350 acres beongtng or eappo'ed to belong .1f)J1b1iffi ) i MPSON. Sh.riJFaad Tux Cull.-ctor. rJan. .7i.l', JP' D.l.tjIQ.\.1.1 'l'HBI

co Chariot T Gobert rcturacd by WUliam A -Forward 3, t$:; '. V V V UND rLr 3
L : i.
-Geo L Philli I
l ; ST AVGVSTINE, E, P ------ -
J aureuee Andrea,} ; I -
PaulArnaUt \ ,. Also, 9'0' "cre.i.J't1&ng or iupns4th to belongto : at". OFFICERS. V
i .1r. ae Medic, / ,AIJtnne.n. ,, Robert Martin, returned l-y B A Putnam THIS I. 8Til IJLISJLIIEZT hnv )Y virtue of the puwer vesird in me hv law, I lIcctv ("'. f'AiY'r. I ''''Ilml. WILLTAM D.
; lug undergone/Thorough Repairs this JL) ehaii; t-xj-*.' for sale 'before alu Court U"Ue\ Vice President E t\cr.Lq
F. / j SIMPSON Collector, c I-i WAID P. Jlcrcnett
I' Quincey J SlierifT and Tax o : Tr.i-
season is ; the ul Jvr.
I' present now ready forreception at Mfllorivil.* on first Jlomlnj i/rrr. E. II. BtrrtiR. .
Clerk of fAe City Charles office 3 Refordia
'I I Cuttncitt Jan 1st. 1852. Xrcrean,
ot FAMILIES next the following described of laud or o muck
.-* the Council room. < Company.; AND tract & GlO&t C\V.DEWEV,Corresponding
I 'nx :gilh.'CtY' SiLIC.B th renf will! the State and
I' TRANSIENT BOARDERS can TWVU spacious( j 5 tinY County taxe.-
!t Ferreira.. Cat, Marihal;; i and Cterk of. lie, Cartel. F. P. virtue of the power vested in .me bylaw. I Apartments, I and the necvssaryesn-nseg due Uicr.c jn tut the year V 3I ;A RS: -
| V
; I I shall expose for sale before the Court HOUJO I J$ t'T n .
PORT WARDKNS. door of l ooim, Airy. Clean, and Xca;.I .r"1ntth: ''r ,'. ,)"""ri. T:1"t
July next .II
at AMlouville PI\ the lirst Monday ICtl cf liii! fogni'ry. Nk":! Q. \
r. aws owne>> >y ( -' iae*
i" C. Zylstra Charles {hagc?,Jot. B. pomar. the much I ness Jlfti'lf. furiiisliotl halldolnelTt- I Cua4 M icibsier, fcl (I.
described of
following tract !jaud BO Si ''rr.1 :" T' ." -! '"'W.. Pr' 'nt o\vivr not known.Pouhlc .. \ iit-iiry S.Patter.
I ;_ thereof will due thereon the Sinte IVotliins \%'niatiiig1'I'he I .VV "!. 1 J, D., CfnH fi. L"lm.l.William
pay the taxes taxed: ror the inui. Lrw.
i .:AlCTIONEriR.ifto. of Florida! and County of Or ag for the year 1151. House is well known as being re/ en thy -Ut'fcQX "'y.\4'.,..:,rr au,I Tax CwUcstor. 0. ".. I I 'a.,. Juriv'ph U Steivm.)l. D.. tilwin R.Cope
Center, F. P. Ferreira and J A. Sufeoha. Built with view FJward 1'. : ;
to win Expressly a to the accon V.k., 1Q 2. .- V Jo1m S. hI.tntA. M.,
S 0:10: acres nafsei1 to Th\rna? Fhch I elrg in odation of Im-alids and ethers, being entirely -..--- 1 James L. CIJlanm: V

:MERCHANTS.Burlinpame peclioo 36, 39, and 42. Townships 14 and lb, built of Wood, with Rooms connectingFold. I Ttix: ; Collectors fY ,l -' -
Ii & Howk-Corner of St. George rno3.2, J. StMPtO.\Sheriffnnd ing Doors, &c:, which renders it Freo from :. :try ". mn ',r. f3r 'fl.. Vrar IS.E.
4Md Trenwiry LanitrrougiE. ', I Ir I jan 3.1 852 Tax Collector. Dampness. Fireplaces Blinds to windows L vl-t' -'e(tht- pwTvWd :u ia- br !n"." WiL1riv f.l": 'U.,. ," .crjion.Jr i"ln ,:. V
f Corr. |\Vholesale and Retail dealer shall oipos*' f'r ,ale b.-for tkcJt'IIlft U"IIS"* ? print ofHUNTIXGTOX'S V
through Piazza Promenade
,opening Two
f fir. (dcx CoUcntortt: Sale on dear at TUt Uoutilb! oa the Gc-t ilkujay' ;
: ;t Juy
w quality Family! Groceries of al! kinds, Li- "tIIHI-TIAXA
r Hundred Feet Protection from fin ins AND
,, *)iors &c., NOf 2 East jpide' Charlotte Street, North BY virtue ot'the power veiled in me by law-I Cold n/xt, tlie folUxviR;: :'Cryi t? t.1 trrct of land or 50th'reof V nilLDUEN"! IlU -
,ftlie l'"bluaqollrl', ] tliaUe.xK| ,"e for sale before the Court Houre Winds&c. forming n desirable RETREAT from mirIt aa will pay thvi taxes: due Ihl'w.n the \ Easrarftt by

./cw.-ffe Dltrl, Uk-nUr in Staple& snd Fancy Dry door at cIlonviHu > Q the fir.t Mondny of July confinement at all seasons of the year.- h.H oi Fl 'rlila oad '. unty of Oru.i; ton th* year.V AND THE ICISEPItXOEII' ,to**,

: .r FO The House is situated facing South in central l jl. to wit: ,i A of 1I COMPANION',
print "' ?
ntiuglai "
: much thereof will the due and retired from other Dwellings. QE'r"sof I.m.1lldn or JA'CP.S' DRRAVirrcet
,tvUtU ,kfTre suiy Lanfe. pay taxes ther*on die position J6'V5 part ass grautor40aere '&
I Stilt, M. Wnkeman''. \! Wholeral! and.Retail dealer :titO of Florida/ and County of' Orange for the fhe U uso contains 45 Rooms with additional eajt-d lu I)"uiin4'> Ac. la. in' twctiun 3Vt, Or the<- choice 1V yA.ir.ImUlE.\evl'Ak. *

i ;VfD.-y Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the year 1851 to wit ; Parlours, Dining, Setting cornsand 1 conveniences to\\'u. ;,. 2l, Raue 31 out 3j near flowlh!"r Cr,.ckIiulian Four of any two.>f the t P,lowing

,Kir, und floor of the City( Hotel-Dry Goods Store, lOOacrea nA 'ssiul to Joseph M Hernandez in i in general For Accommodation Rivr. SpIcaUid: ugruvi.4: ;!i. .
I I Vhariott; street.' 'Howard'* Building. ?i ciion 43, township I J, range 3 J. south nnd( tea- 'not be surpassed.The i, J. bLI/PSOXiilKriffandTax; Collector. ran Tia : .1.

; Mlist* *. l( .1.\. P\nk'mmf D"oI'rl'( in Fnncy J. MMPJON, Sheriff:md Tn. Collector o. c. well earned Reputation this House 3d 1852. V 1.-Jofix KKOX'S LvTEitnew mra 'MJIRTQrmor :

\! .Goods, &c. opposite t Planters. Hotel oq hast ja-i.-3.---1652."- ________ has from Year to Year ncquircdit; will be thrProprietressMrs -TIlE-- -WORLD AS IT PAS KS. SCOTS Paihtrd 1$ L'titzc* i tiffined 4jf&(I"i. "
.ftide Charlotte street.i Tax Collectors Sal*. DAVIS aim toT sustain, and 2.-UCTH A.xa OUAZ, Pointedly RothtrmelEt.fftittd ';

IVJr Btnet. Ot ai riD Gro cries, Provisions,&c. B virtue of the power vested in ire by Inw I for the liberal. Patronage heretofore, she returns V lnt Sttrtaiit. ...
Corner cf Cuna and St. peorge street sh.ille.xpo.for sale before the Court House her thanks l\IO .tISVltLIS'S.. 3.-3lKCYS DarAt,Fainfeti" Ifssntz'agtoa,.sr*'

.. /fr\ / fyincy; Witch maker and Jeweler on .. door at AMIonville on the first Monday of July next The Tublc will bo supplied with choice red ig Ritchie. .
p George srreet nearly opposite office of Dr, P1.'cl\, the following described tracts of land or so much Game, Oysters Turtle Fish, Ducks Venison DDME JOURNAL FOR 1S1?. .C.mam'C.Al'fD nEil Cfutoitsx,Painted ly V// '
t Wot, Nt .m. RetaUer of Boots, Shoes, thereof will the due tiagton
Caps piy taxes tht'rfOlthe State ,Engraved 5 j AaJrevr
and Shell Fish which Ibis
Turkeys at time A FAMILYirair&MP&P.f9CLlSUF.ll .
Hats and Dry Goods eot side CharUttee street of}'Jorhla and County of Orange to wit} And a copy of the
l I .corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. Nine Tenths of 41,000 acr.es of land our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or V Philadelphia V
granted to Hunters \VEEXT.T AT TWO DOW.ABS A TEAR. Art Union Reported
I. Lawrence Andrea. Tailor, Charlotte street Joph Delespin! opposite Morrata Island, Indiau more House sporting exclusively fur this monthly pamphlet,containing a report of the tna*> -
:near the Fort. River doublet) tax.ed from the year 1845 to and in- ; TO* FIRST actions ot the Institution "
NUMBKft Of THE X2W SEXIX3 WIUU BXIfSVEO and Infbrmatioa the
I John Ui"". Boot nakcr, harlotte street peor eluding 1851UftleNr Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing subject of the Fine OB iJ
,*lie City Hotel, tax.es anlexjwn s are paid before day ot Tackles,Boats for Excursion,& I{i' \\l\licli, N elIi.n. alint' Maker Charlotte rn!.. J. SUIP8QN. Sheriff and Very' Respectfully t WORLD. ::;
\ i .*treetU low Trtrceraitee Hall. jlm.3ll. 1857 TJX Collector o c. PROPRIETRESS.IV. _.THE Home Journal has now become tannrersa. The Art Union -nfl---- ;
lob Manucy. Black! Smith and Guu Smith, near u. u There are trw rainitera of cultivated habits-(few oi. of Philadelphia awar.i r'--IW h. ,;
Tax Collectors ale those who seek to enliven and make home the its own Cartilcftte with whichorigiMt American
tile Nonb Gateof the C most t |
f tyo n. It lii tho wish '
of the Pro-
Y virtue of ih* vesic'd in law 1 and w4rknoAntniay bepurcbaned
I ;power me'by intiltigent attractive placw.ha do not now fanny pnrtofibeU. j
t ;("Bowlinglief.. Liqdor*. and Rcfrrthmentt, by .R fhall expose ft.r'al( before the! Court House prictrcftM House that the Servant attached I receive it. It ia read we believe wherever run the States, at the option and selection'O the perSClG vita :_
to tho should be
door at Mellonviile ihf rut civil, attcu I may obtain a prize at tha
threads of
j flBridier.C'.y Hotel. \ on, Monday of.April next gold domestic happiness and true moral t
Philip Gomt Retailer Liquors, Refreshments the fol.'owiug! descried tracts of land or no much lIve and obliging*_ refinement which are woven so thickly into the V Annual Dl.
.&c.. Charlotte street opposite DriJ ct'li Bowliug thereof will pay the loxhs due tht'reon'the State CAR.MICHAEL AND OSGOOD'S stronger and coarser web of our couutry* industry VAwftaA flow onA Kiemng of ihe tostveek 1
.Alley. of Florida, and County jf Orange far jb< year 1851 PitZIDGIXG VCIUi\E. and energetic prosperity. The Home Journal }" th, V daifinetery Year ''

: j_- to wit ; undersigned have been appointed agent L fpeaker to the.hearts of this busy nation in the hours THE EXECUTiVK COMMirEE OF TUB I

f" STAG, OFFICE 144 ncm.s of land being pnrt of a' 'Jrnct nf THE owners of hu invention,and would rt-com- given to hnppint"8 and relaxation.As AKT UNION. I

Offici of l\e Picolata! MtlU SlOKt. Bridier's Ciiy &!O acres the estate nf Anton in Ponce North mend it to Contractors Companies, or Individuals a New F 0r'. Present from a Gentleman to a ,When so retjoestet.select works of Art,without chart

frt'\ of Smyrna I'arr, doubled luxed.Asn !. who are about rfoing work of the following description a Lady, the Home .Journal is one of which the remembra V or compensation from their ,
I .viz; nee irff fu u? fi"aad UU aaaur- FREE GALLKKXaiaCHESNUT STREET
tUURC1JEA: : | 333 acres of kncI! on tbe E-ist I sio! of Extensive drainage Swaropa.Marshes, and *.u- passed as u gift in gooJ taar vor those .persons in the caaatjy who may .v. re-

% ) 01"/J' 'Ciihelic CAftrcA. North side Monumensquare. Lake Gc'cirgf.supposed ta bcNmu! to Donuniro gnr Plantations, TERMS.-For one copy,02 ; for three copes .e 5 mote (tout tiaUerie*,o*pubtio etluhiuaos of the
|t. Acostn. in srclinu 33, tuwii bip 13, range 27, Building Levees around Plantation or Towns or for one copy for three years '-always .Q ad. line Arts.SaJwertptrom .
Episcopal Chirci South fide 1\oDCO\tQtsquaN'. double tU t'd. Opening Chcnnel way and removing Bats ot the V vance. Subscribers without S-'ay: Address

Pretbyteritn CfiarchOn.\ St. Gewgo skeet, J s1ML'ON; 'h"rifT.( .nd mouth of Rivers and Harbors, ; MORRIS & WILLIS. of nvir wwhij*. .i, sWd be .naJt,
f tH' Gdr.i ._.bn_3d. tfi52_ TaxCollector.o. c. Making Canals through Swnml8..marshf or sandy Editors IGtf Full on street New-X'L: a*early a* practicable.! *o HA u e.ititlmembers of.
AWff.B .
:" George street Gunrdiuii'itIS rcun jarly nnmSira of the Iteiorter'* whie will be tow -
the HouieTERMS Notice
"Ilfl.r Masnoha. 'OTICE Deepening water around Wharves and Piers. 4 n ordinuiicn lo ttiucud au Or- *warded upon the receipt,of the moaey to nay pan -
COURtT i' HEREBY CIVE That thirty o Keeping open channel way through Lakes and firm .iJl diiinuce prohibiting 110"011 anti of -: Of' EASTERN CIRCUIT. the Honorable Jays from the date hereof. I shall apply to. .vers; removing Rafts or sunken Logs, tearing up Cat lie front.'goIng at Iu"aoviUlln The _IJoBorary Recf rt.:rfe9 wilt giv .rete fptj fi* V
OF FLORIDA, Thomas houghs,JuJ e (If the Eas- I Hoots of'reesetc. fie City of St. Ausnstlue.Be iwrintiffajt'rcniittaacmav be nade
srti.a Tn_. deJinl"ttst'tern Circuit of FloriUa, for leave to sell the undivi- I Tope*sons desirous of improving waste Lands br :t or Joined by the Mayor and AVkrmcn of GEORttr. to- '
For the Cvoaties of Ortn eand St. Lucie. at J\le't. of Gt"or.IIt'nry. Leonora Sv Folio,Juli drainage this wachincanbe be recommended as the the City of St. Augustine, "Thnlf\ shall also Corresponding pEmrKY;
? '" !liOItho. first f & dIJJ ia April and on the Leonora F.and Louvui h\w Colt. raluor children of Mrs, only! one adapted all the purpose necessary be lawful for the City Martha to report to the 210 Chesnur. Street Phil ; Sccretorf.
4 'Ihird Tuesday; before the first Afonday in Nowm. T. Colt, d(coiised, in and to th one ixthpnrt To. those who arc building or repairing Canals or Mayor tbe owner or keeperof any horse mare, JchhIa.
*>er. inearh and > of certain, tract of land, containing eight hun. drains it, will be found V TO POST
j every y IIr. immense value as it will gelding colt or- mu>, antI also any Cow heifer, 1I\STEUS.
,For the county PiUnJun. at Pilatka,second Tuesday tired nnJ, ninety-: acres : situated in, the County' rf deepen the Canal anda't tbe same time form an env* ; bull, ox orcalf, found running at large within the POST QFP1C STAIIPS.V
;"n ApriK J j Orange, and! on the East bank of the 5t. Juhn's riv- tankment or levee. the City of St. Augustine ; contrary lo the ttersigiied Poetiuaaferat Pleasant
provisions Grot
r Vrthe cou \1. of Jbriwbat Ocala, fourth Monday rr wit, near B<'resford.and bouiuld u follows to .! This machine is used with either horse or steampower of an "Ordinance. prohibiting horses, and TilE Cow Maryland! ,was the first person ia
*Apriu i : Commencing on the bank of said river at a cypnfs which can be Increased to any exte't. Cattle from going at large within the city of St. the U S. who eooCf'indaID undertook extensive!
for the counties of Ajachiw and tree marked OC, and running thenceSouth 80 They are now in successful Augustine.** the- lea ?
Levy at New- operation in all part of to publish .f sppj .rt o/Sce with
'a isville, first AlondayikMay.jf lrg. East by an oa 'uinrktJ' F.50 chains to a pine :hc county.aod may be seen at Charleston-South Car- Passed i Council February 7th. ISJ21E cheap stamps. AU stamps, made by post Win
also marked F are war
or the Cout'y of Co unjibia, a| Albgator! on, these inarktd, thence F South' 10 Ieg. West to another oliiiin; Navy Yard, Pensocola; and'on the Canal between J. de MEDICEd, Mayor Pro Tern, ranted equal e? superior any other tb t can to
co d Monday of May. i pine thenceforth bO deg. West 50 Gnlveston: and San Louis. Attest procured at the same price and whenever

For the county of Nassau at Na., aH C. II.,on the chains to the bank of taW rir 'r, and along raid river By application to J, S..JsECOR. Esq.. our;\genat CIIAS. IIA ACER,c. c. sent oat ia anyway defective oc wsatia&ctory.da'plicatea any are V
Wednesday bc-fere the fourth Monday in May. to the place beginning ; said tract bin knownas Mobile the States of Alabama and Florida shall be forwarded

For the county of Dora' at Jacksonville.a the the Bcreslord Tract. SOPHIA FATIO. drawing of the machine can be seen, with information,a Billiard Table awL Ten pj Alley. charge All who order a Mt of stam en notice, wrooot eas.rnFOR *
ourthMtndayiMay. Guardian of sail Minors as to the cost,etc, t tho Magnolia Retreat open. throughout the D&S, *t 2Vo Dollar | fc WITH
for the Couuty of :5(. John's. al S,.. Au.gu.t, March 27, 1852. iulyI2li 1851 V it day and Aeniog.ov shall be kept in stampe adlibhiuzu oalyfo thirty ieesJ-

foa 0\ee gnd <. nday Int June. GILBERT & SECOR,New YorkNoti'e ; 89 no48tf S. MIRANDA. Address Port* 3&MttH
Jul'uJ. CllulCn r 'qIl9" (. J ,r Co. aid Pkasat CZrore>lABct'! a T .
For }teeouDties ftI Brand. Holland Gin, is hercby given to all V-
ofUra\.ag lod 8t. Mouongahela: pets -na having claims I Tooth Powder
Before the lMbndavo ot November Luck Tut'&Jny : Wli,key, Irish and Scotch do. Ale and Por- tne Estate of Susan F. Perpall deceased I Clcvclanda Tooth, &Ch out. \

Forthe county of Putilam. at PUatka. -the second tcr, Clwtopjgne Vine, :J/aJeira do. Sherry dr, I tu present the same within time prt8 fibed Dr Toc.thbrinhecCologne Water Powder.French Eoafon IS HEREBY GIVEN to all ee Sos Keirs. .
Tuesday before the first Monday of November ir: .rt.oV CoajcrM Water, CordiaLs Caret \VJOP. by bw, or such claim. will forever be barred. I, Camphor Soaps honey Soap. aworUo Perfumes Soap Legatees, t oxhen interested J*the Estate fc of

Forthe county of St. jO Il", 011 the first Monday Ac- B E CAR v. 3ANCUEZ. Arni:1istpto. t. Philieom Oil.Bears Oil toilet Heary Klwine- tale of 8*. John County deceased.
in November. ,)i April 3d 1852. I Hair Dy-, AWMVater 37Kitary SfcJKn Sponge&J.p' that on, the expiration of six Mootos from tat date

For the county r "n' Thursday befure the' B y &hr.' Florida now tliscbaring Duller Str ps. Brushes, Roger Perfumary. Jockey Chubb; hereof I will applY' U the Court of Probates for the

:third Monday of November.Forthecoijnty .' 4 Lard, CrnckcrsPork, Haw,Bacon,sh oul. Public JIccUus*.-Imat?Rooms,Suing &e. Ato..an asswtment of Roger &! \VOlIt'QI Cottoty. 8t. Johns afbresaid, tot a final settktneat

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