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: June 12, 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: UF00048575:00090

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THE ANCIENT CITY Sale of .'Bonds of Brunswick Canal consent themselves with what is only necessa MR. P.w o. P&ooaEs.-'Fhe. ago of progress I A ,DIICTOB AS in A D
: V rUBLIftRCD WVEKLY, V and Hall Road Company. ry for lile. Tin inland parts of this region. is not illustrated only in chenvstrl) $ was tithed to visit i country _,
EVERY 8ATURD.AY, Blr. Sinvo; Dm per, tinys the New Yor Tri-I! towards the north, are very populous. Th and legislAtiou sir," said 11:. Pips yesterday,, itfnfcti-d With Urn upon apoplexy. M..young D. Bolus man V

V BIT SYLVESTER MANUCY buno c If Monday,will offer nl auction on Thurs- : common employment of tnen and women It; tapping the. tip end of his nose with tfu fiizad long and bard fell hi* puUoand pocket,

AT TWO DOLLARS KK AXCCX, IX ADVAjfCX.! day noxe. Two Hundred Thousand Dolluri uf"I vpinmg;thqy make their thread of long plantior ivory handle of his fashionable cane, and looked. at lii-i tongue and his wile, and Anally ..
CT thu tfcveii per ce'nt. iforigngo. Buiidtf of tbi else of A cotton-like substance! found in the squinting gravel over said handle at a grten gave. vent I.. the following, sublime
AorcRiuuiKXT will be inaertedat Ojn
.. opinion:
Bfunswicjc Cunnl and 'Kuilroad Cumpany, (If l shells of sumo txtrtAof fruit.They Imvo a grcaLjlKHl veiled,angel going down tho street on the 1 think he,. u V : t .(/'eotvader;; ,'f4.th llrsi .UsrKist1, p Ppe4"" t tbOiI8OUIWt..vfv t eJ.tf tit.liveliness, q.claro uarorallv.. .add>cte< opposite pavement; ...IJ"'.; r-o ry-'stniI .i Np Tnrr.-'exclaimed gon tho ..sorrowing wife,. V .
n. FIVE Coin fSrnfilFialirrtion. ... uthern Rivera nre'olwlhicted by the forma- I ralirery, but Ve found. 'no' form'of govern legislation have progressed, but. so .lir-so "Jo not say that," .

.' A deduction will be made for notice tiun of bar which prevents their navigotior rnent or religion.PROGRESS V has the art .of teaching. The school-master, '' Yes," returned Bolus, lifting up l fj. "nt

*Inserted for six months. I' i v vessels of any ize. The Canal which the I I is all, abroad, *ir.. He has become dulcified I nnd eyes heavenward at the name lim.., "Yes,

67:: AU advertisements most be paid for before ubovc Bonds *re intended to finish has bo-T [ OF RAILWAY SPEED. He is no more that monster, at the very !.1 dowry' AIt; there! aunt no hop.ut Iho Irn-

built for the purpose of connecting the:Aha mention of whose name our palms tingle it-sl mite; heVi got un attack of in nil tit in fiji -
, insertion. ,tmlrtt,by regular cunomer. Dy referring mn hnt one of the most important, ot these River When, George Strphenson constructed the with painful recollections.. Why, sir the lost iron I if*_"

,.j.' to oar terms, she requisite mm mil' be D8Ct'r'tI1HdItG *, with tho commodious, ocean harbor oluiuniiwick :. first locomotive engine, men '!who called them other day I took it upon me to examine, into .'Wheie7"cri the startled wife. .

'' irancinitted with the advertisement.O where there is no bark to prevcnl I set yes,"pract ical,"conietdel that the smooth the studies of my diminutive relation, generally flu'hi* 'lost Iroriii, and lie can't be curn, )

V :: Advertisements'lot' .it ..mnrked-with.the'nnmIwr '; the appro:ten of the large, vessul: The Ca- wheels would run round or slip,oil the equally called my brother -.in eight yours old without.Mwnu trouble and a great deal ot

of Inwrtiona required, will be continued until nul i=* 1-2 miles long and :53 foot wiilo The smooth iron rails without moving\ : the cur. sir-a mere circumstance of humanity. 1 Yon see his whole planetary system is pains.der *i

. (t'rbdan1 charged for. Sato of Georgia hits sub cribc-d and paid 850. riage. But .lio wheels actually .did bite, nnq asked him what he was learning. VViih anged,fust ly, hn: vox populi H.pres>in* on his .
000 toward its coasiructioti and the uraouoi Mr. Stephenson thoti said tq his friend that youthful ingenuousness!' ho repliH 'Nothing.' ad valorem; secondly his cuiuchnrpiul cuta- V

police to Debtors anJ Creditors, : $7 00 expended by the Company is $450,000. The : there was no limit to the speed of such an I answered that thnt he had given mo that IK'OUS has swelled ideriiblrit; nit more V ,

V 'V Application far Letter of Administration, 5 00 Canal, ,which is nearly finished, and the: pro engine, provided the works could be made to i answer to a similar question three weeks thirulv., and lastly his solar rib* arc In. n concu -; b.

I O",: AU reli,iaoj notice will be inserted I gratuitoiuif. coeds of the Bonds nro to be applied to the stand. This wad ir\ 1812. V V ago. He answered to my anwer that hi* an- sed stale, and bit nrnt got any money, and

: t. payments fur the completion of the
ET: All bint (or Job Printing, Plait be paid on and of the building of the two locks, one rateoch. 'hirne1ffrit'nJly to"the use of the locomotive how was. 'How so'insinuated I. 'Why're. -. V iHj'

th 'deliwv' of the wprk. .termlllUl of iliu Cant It is: stated they engines, strongly. protested against"extravu. :joined j he, with still more youthltil' ingenuousness .V&cAllcr FOR A DocroKOnMnrr, the In ..
V will inquire no more money tolulfill all their gant expectations-or rathor profession, or 'whenever our class is culled 'up und fel dian Agi-nt in New Mexico wrote borne on g
fiT All letten on buinr,nod communications, engagements fur perfecting their works,, which tho enthusiastic spcculatist," that engine : hers don't know their Irstfon, Old Gumpy the 31st ol March, that he knew of an open l''

I ) wart,_ be rorr' rAID to receive tttention. are in active prr'gresaiid he Cunal l will be would 'be seen travelling. at the rate 12, 16.18, 'looks Ravage all over and says ho'll. punish log& for an rnserprising! Phvsician.; A Vacancy !;!:

-I. V -4 _____._. ______ _____ opened for trittfic on the 1st October nX: ci. In nnd 20 ml lea 1m huuri'and'added that nothing u$ awful bad by not, culling us up ,again tor hud happened and ho told how. One of Ihu ,: .
'. 1 Tar: : Collector'_.$nle. regard to traffic, the'cllubll of the Company,. could do more harm toward their general'"' adiiption another week." Eutawa o i time Sun Juan River was taken sick J

B? virtue cube power vested in me bylaw, I Kay: NTho arid improvement than the promulgation "Now" said Mr. Pip, gravoly, AS ovor; ..iiii und an Indian Doctor from lie Iliu Verde ,.a*

shall expo' (or ale before the Court Houseat Alatamahn,. ntul ilsf.
Meltooville on the first Monday of July nextthe I I and the O-junce! with iheir nunienius lubuti- \Vh.Mi the Liverp'Kil and Manchester railroad : t ? "Old Glmpy'-lhnt' iho teacher. iiflliedi.scu.to, or to tho wruknes ofthe proscription ,
described ofIandor
(uUowiD tract somuch thereof ries afford bill introduce. lr. :J1'pleI1tOn; wm 1 nf *Od! bu severe ol th doctor ; -
the due thereon un .Inland t t am unvijjaJion; ol ;over wa course- Gumpy, to very : the p.ttiuntjuiiti and
as Florida will pay and County uses Orange for the the State Iti51! of 1,000 miles to I'con, ililleJviile.nnJ! nil the examined its merits before a committee ol wi'.h his pupil, 1 banisne* them from nit pro- wun buried. And the! funcrul the Doctor was I ,.

vir year : to great central cotton growing region orGcur ia. tho Housu of Commons, and the promoters of i senco fur a wet.k-to mourn over their dissraoe taken by the friends ot the deceased tied up,' .:

900 acres of Lnnd assessed to Joseph JU. Snn-. Immense quanti-ies of this staple, and of the that projectjerovvly warned that if ho talked and reform in exile. Admirable sagaciiv shot And scalped; hU wief! hair was cutoff,. .t;

M1aaiection 40,towunhiu 16, range 33 S and Eon vast supplies (!if excc.' n: pine lumber which of a locomotive going at a greater rate than Wise; punishmuntt M.ignificcnt Gimpy! hit hoUiMi burned coutainiug all his properly f -.
the fiatUfu Hirer.:: covcr u portion of the country, are wnlted 10 miles an hour, ho would'-put a cross on the TIe hchnimister! has bet-omo summarily mere :- und nlljii animals killed. 'Tin ii! ,the law ;

V Also 310 acres assessed to the said Joseph MSTnchrt down these waters, but are p:evented a free concern." Even that rate ,of speed was con. -a philanthropist. What next will turn ni..ng these Indians regulating doctors. The ;

in .e$ 51, township 17, range .34. south access to the Atlantic, by tho bars winch, obstruct sidercd so out of tho way,that OHO person asked up?" V mcuiicy: is )et undlkd.V V' ,
and ratre- of an'ma. the moi ih ol thu Alilanrtha; in common if .Mr. Siephenson wijjs a foreigner, and.another And xo !saying Mr. Pips walked slowly away : I

J. i i HIMP-'ON, ShcrifT and Tax Collector c. with all the great Southei n rivers. More than hinted duubts of hU sanity. This: vvus in surveying with gentle complucennv the .In- A lawyer built him an office in the form of :f

V Jn.L. 1852. :-, a century ago the sagnciiy General O.;It- 1828.The jnni cut of his lust Paris puati.-N. O. Pica. n hoxagun or six square. Thu nov Ity the ,;
Tix1Hcctors LiIe. thorpu led I him to fix on Brunswick us .urc to Liverpool nnd Manchester railway was! June. ilructuru Ullrta -t. d the attention of some Irish .1

Y virtue( oCth power vested hi me by( law, I ; become the most important seaport of thi !infant opened ant a speed>> of thirty miles 1 : an hour neri who were pa lUgby.: They, made full
B j hall expose for' sale before the Court House : cohny. lie (hud out the town, :hc Briiis1-- wat obtained which rather fettled the question << GAI-.TIES PARISA correspondent of the itop and viewed the building very critically. /t'

,. V V at Mellonville on the first Monday "I Jme Parliament! approve.! the selection ana recently of Mi. btepheiuon's sanity. This was Mow Vork Herald notes some ot tho fashion I'lie lawyer somewhat: di"& usd-d at their cuiosiiy -

next the following described tract of land ot .o much I our own General Govern nent surveys '(seethe in 1830. ihlo! cntertaimr.onls' of the French capital lifiVd up tho window, put his heud out {

thereof will) pay the rtate and County taxes reports ot Captains tll1cklonih'burn., The othcr day on the London nnd Birmingham ;iv,>n at the beginning of the present month. md addressed them : {

. and the nwsaary expen ea due thereon for the year Clakion.and others, 1326 and 1837)pronounced as well.us on the Great \Ve. t"rn railway, 'l"hp. first of thojo lJ'II"In!' thnt srivr.n'hv "%Vhiit: do you stand th"*re f,r, like a pick

1851'towit : t it our only .lo and accessible Atlantic harbor: u rate of travelling. at t:.e.I1pOOJ. of C5 miles anexp'cts ..)Us Napoleon! to ihu newly onfUtuted.buli. or hl )Ckhellf.! p tzn- at my office:.'do.j'oo.akrUfurtcuurclir .

''' -9UIjfi M'1V- -4' '' Nosor ....fr Irrmi i hjjir, Vi.uth (VU.Mj.- 'I'- """rlt-: WlP''I'-.iI: ; Itorf..tbOlO jeaii.tkth4? gtjre'mnrnnnthi. Svhate-: ., the house, t .V &&*?$*}:* ; '. V
7V --.ti'I ra.t l ke1W nr ;-' IftW'ftI G"De 1 is l landluckud. utid' rroid"I .tut 1 'I I';' : 'f"u.: .t.,1-j \ ; V- 7mmr > :tOa '.tinc. U ((4.I.. "l"I j' 1 f a} ,.n tg- 'Jt JiJlf :%A +*a I
1R51. .. lt
Dooble-ttx dtdrthrrear a Vus 61, luwlr. 1Ie :
f\ rO"'l1'lglnc.rcnmrul"U'1ue'w: Bivcn und-!r tnt$11T Jl H l -T.VTJFt !"" nir T B B
;wiihwi the 'progrcw hint as finypttever -
Collector c.
Sheriff and Tax o. that any
J. TIe entrancL* U bout a mile wttle, between TUe of the dill-
Frb. 23. 1B52. the lilunds of St. Simon and JokyI,and is nearly travelling on the Grc Western I .line..,, will We the litaries two last ofthcnition' reigns.: in full presence) uniform, tho brilliancy i. POWERFOI. 8IAGXET.Alecturer wn dilating ,j
V milo mll u
with i4 foci water in tho shallowest arrive at u speed fit per : I. the ol' lIeu deli
.sale.yvirtJtf : straight, embroidery/ intmmrablequuitity upon power magnet ing
Tax Collector* <:cd which isuisud oftheii
I nothing ot the yel greater sp
part of the channel. say; .ll-.w- one to shuw anything surpassing its ;
f Ih" vested in me by law I ii.udu of loco- or the lights: the profusion ot any power !
.hall % for power sale before the 'ourt house I Tue town of Brunswick issitimt -d'on a bluff! IJru; by the utuiorphunc ers, tho delicacy of the viand and reftvxhinent when u man mounted the stand ant toll I' ;;

in_ the eiiy of expose rit. Aujuiiinc on ths first Mmtdoy of, 10,: to 12 feet nbovc high water, is amuiy hut- motion.Thus. then about thirty years ago, it was .. overylhntie contributd to ren let thai dint that worn in wa.sa magne, for said h*, j .!t

May next th* follow-in j described property or so plied with pure water and as n.) fies'n rivers. doubted, whetuer lo'-omntivcs could run at till grand ball one nt thu 1 leading features of the if loadsiinu could attract & piece of iron,' V
much thfit if a* will pay: the estate and County taxes debouch into the hurb'>r, tile harbjr and vicinity the epoch. Among the rem ukahld persons there f Hit i.r two there tvs a young woman wh'.
V and he necessary expense due thcrcou for the is perfectly fruu from thu imlari.i, so upon iron railways ; twenty years speed ago than I remarked 1+idy InvrocolIalo.lhc wh:*n hu was n young, min used to attract him

_ year 1351,to wit: .-. prevalent at lha mouths of the Souiherri rivers iilua of their moving at a scoffed greater! at as chimerical present wife of the Grermn, ambassador, who wore 1 thirteen uiilet ettry Sunday to have a chat with
in the hour was
miles I/V
land assessed to Nicolas Pan- curried out ten her.
300 acres 3d rate Extensive arrangements nre being of her cllunr-scola! dmnsskand
V r.hx being Motion 53! of private surveys, township fur lines ot packets between Brunswick uhf ,
4. south of range 29 Bast being in St. John County the Northern cities, and IM one can doubt thai of thirty miles An hour was considered a could.won Kalijinaki, wife of the Turki h ambassador COLLEGE IxAM131T101.-li who has r,
V ,1 adjoining lands of Estate ot Robert Mickler ana upon the opening of the Canal, a full tide ot der which no cffirt of practical fifty the two charming Polish CountessesSweykoski since era ..I., q-iiu! a none: in the. woild, whilo

KUte offi I' J nkt'.. the commerce will' flow through completing, surpass ;' and now a speed of while nearly tile rate I I add Pi 'Z 'ziBski i. whoso elrgint figure tit College, was callelJ upon to undergo;. an examination -

Unless taxes and excuse! are pild before as it doe, a feature known nuwticre utso in miles an hour is!: in daily use and in I and sweet faces liavu no equal in Paris. in As rodoiny. On emerging: from
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!av of tale. i the Southern States of an :uimonso disrLt proiniiicntly -'I of a mile per minute is'promi.sed, I 1.,1Iif'Iweru also pn gont the odeal, one of his companions asked him
Thesibiven1ehs postponed to the first. Monday rich .1Ef'Iroduct'l for foreign com special instance*,' his actually been cxcl.-cll-I I Many iho(city ball. Miss American Strolher; of Sr. Louis : Misses how hu got ofl": "First rate" aid B ; V

V tn June next.R. ini-rce, and whose wide extended inland, wu, !I cd. at 11 Doremus and the Miwes CarnesotNew "they only nskt-d in' two questions, and I'answered 1 V
'ff.Tiix accomplished M. and :
( B. ANOVA, ShmfTand cx- urs are thus connected with un excellent port, It i is singular; that the three great feats York Min Margaret DJVON., of Boston\ ;, tuem both prompiiv end correctly."
und Collector, *. s. c. practical science in our ; *' I
Assessor .tt.1 naluJirious: point of thu easiest access lo by Atlanticby IIr,. Davidsonof Richmond ; Mr*. Smart and "What were thu quus.ions "The first was, :;
Nov, 1851. 1 our large lib IpS. i viz : lightning by gas crossing the sister and Mrs. Bristcd, of New York. nnd a 'What is i u Parallax' and told them I didn't V i '
travelling by >
Thoso Bonds arc for 01.000 each, with cu- stt Eon in ten days and rapid fear others whose names I cannot recollect in know and thw second! wa.,'Cun you calculate

Tax Coll rtor's Sale. pons attached, fur each $35, payable 1st May the sumo motive power on railway f have one thU Haste of my writinr. The President was. lttlV Rclipse' lo which I said no! I'd like to V -1

virtue of the power vested in me by law 1 and 1st November, in New York. Taey aroecured : and all been denounced" as utterly impracticable knew accompanied by Prince Jcrom" GeneralsRoquet see any body an.w.-r two questions more cur- "

BY expose for sale before the Court House : by>> lad first and only mortgage on by "philosopher, who actually the.Orizeti. and de Govon and his stalL V ruclly than that !" V <

door at Mellontil on the first Monday of July nex heir proj-eiiy\ << to I). Rindolpu Martin Pros nothing nl'tho ubjucli upon which they On the next duv. Sunday last, Mr. Gordon, ---

the following! described tract of land or' a* much tdenl of the Ocean Bank,. New York, Trustee.CaIfotuIa .. celebrated painter of marine view, (who from Eastern I.
thereof u will pay the taxes due thereon the s of Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851. statement in the periodicmade ," pre-s, thai a hewdays it will bo remembered, i i. an American I city waM relating with urn.it gusto to agtcp'ng I :
lo wit: a Hundred and Fifty I since u tram of 1 Cot' t\ : 11ll! passengers: 1 was for a lng time in the Anvrieon navy,) cro-vd in a country bar room some of ..;.

V tOO acres assessed to Elizabeth Bunch in sec. Yean ABO. the rn from PII-* ,.. ; PeekskUl cave a very boauiiful partr, (a thampetre) the wonderful things performed in town. The !

, Cl. township 16. range 33, south. and .fast on the About" the ynr 1701, a missionary nnmed N. V. distun thirfytwoutes. "- l'S ir thirty minpecvl in his hotel,cite flea-yon, whern with hn possesses nnd a people''wero greatly surprisedand rather in- V

JUUifax Hirer. Francis Maria Pocolo, publishes n description I 'rii i ii ineurfst her that en magnificent garden planted trees, clind to eej> ieisin, vvlu-n he spoke of a brick j If
flowers ot
Sheriff aDd Tax Collector o. cJan. with the moOt luxuriant -
1. SIMPSON I thc United States adorned I biilIinbectig actually moved injury
hChWC following r'reao'cJ r
California; from extract the. tire distant e ev thin I
fea'ures ol
of the
) One
3. Ib53 scien'ifte statements: V 'Cis/s Jeer/uer. the West Indies. from ofiii .Inundation to. another. A ytnkce i
fete was that he had engaged for the occasion beth btx'n the stranger rather !
is henlihy. Along: thQ wit, who eyeing
climate very
. r Tax Collector's Sale. "The two great elephants uf Mr. Hughes de. for I c..me bv V
the rlpli.---h is so,
bu suspiciously 41
and it seldom rains :
vested in by law I coast the heat i is great" ; TREES IN ,CALIFOll? IA.As harnessed: with" stands, upon -
Y virtue of the power me inland i is more In HONEY Malsilh, who were the next day unJ they were moving the cellar! 'n
- B. House thonir of the after the
shall expose for sale twfore the Court California has been established a land which nil the guests, one other
oor.t Meilonville on the first Monday of July next April, May. and June, there falls with jhedewt honeyOne of the pipnrs in promenaded according to their wishes. The .i
the following described tract of land or as much sort "t. tnmnn which congeals on the leaves l II J\\ lug with that in the region round, there garden had b en .filled with birds of all cntintries A Dutchrmn! had occasion to reprimand

1 thereof as' will pay the taxes due thereon the tstnteof of rc-tat.-.w et as sugar though not so white. Stockton status abundance of saccearme mocking birds, black birds what bo considered a very refractory son.wh.

' Florida and County of 01-0,, for the year 1651 The country abound* in large plain, pleasant is to be found'delishhiu an flavor. :Jt is to be fuundon bu-genie parrots. etc.; and the melodious voices .'1' after receiving iftook his icat witb such indignation j
and excellent posture the nvcrjconuiin mailer of the harmonious countenance attj. induce the cunv l;* .1

iawii : valley*, ircw.ai.d in dif this fcnlhen d were mingling to .
) 31O acres.assessed to James Clark bisection plenty Clf fish. especially xicamcf: andcrawfish. different lenves ot the-"willuwl sounds of rmnic.t: The fete began nl half tiun that ialthiieugh he "acquit- vd" in hu was! ;
. 11 31 south and east on the mountains* are mes ales all flmmt 'lrm'. 011 lhe The'old
43. township Range .-On the the banks, i i'l found in n three in ihe afternoon and was only en not pleased witli the opi-raiinn. jpnUcman -
V besides figs of different colors ,- which grow upon rest distorted condition his "J!
: HalUfax River the round, in midnight. obsi-rvuu u ot
year nUer
BIMPiON Sheriff and Tax Colltl'toro.c Pistacia vcr.I), and palo saaio.. candied form, on the upper lurf.ar.c:.enrly ded at half past two he heard mut. 1
J. pistachios ( : I 'inc Indians gather ih.. Next cam the ball of the Minis er of Finance facial muclc arid thinking a
Jan 3,1832 The natives feed on fourteen sons 01: grams, the month or July.their encampmem, enjoy.nln. we M. B.neau, which took place on Monday 1: teri'I! turned t:) the Iruani. with: ;
bread ut the yyuca ; skirrds.(sium and nl leaves n magnificent Vol dal OJ say?" ,
and make luxuly the leaves. On the evening las!,and was jilso )
HENRY. 14 days from Dalti- species of red strawberry and of cl-ewing of the Minister hail I "\Ie nothing." was the reply.Vel V f
\ SCHttJCHEI'H niKtrum), a there is a clear depositof .' The entite hou-e soy
. bales oak also soire
3000 bush Corn.40 tllso '
Flour mamrooih citrum nod watermelons $ abound. ?, thu w. no and due m into a house, and never den vet vou link?
30 Coffee to hhds gugir. 40 blls Lard, good most plants bear hon y, which is i as iranspnrenl been changed green the answor.Dat V
is ,
Hay. bag Thn land so thicker dow.-rs on the 'Me link .Ihinie. was
>> but it i is ot congregated
t5 Kegs tatter, 40 bUs Potatoes< 20 blls ;Apple' & o The animals are: nunwiwoU the article is ever seen, have I seen more and all the bo VII lie sir: you link damn i', an' me I
times n-year. the WHiter garden
collects on The
40 it .
Cants Cbeese 100 bags Oats, 5 caekfc of Hacon sorts of deer Here, also, same: spa! .
found two'
3 : among them we Si"iChain is borne down of Paris nnd its nemhborhood had vii )'uU.lur d u. ", V V '\
Nails, 95 boxes Tobacco. ? until, the latter gardeners
Ms>> Crackers. 100 kegs of is as large asa tfioYord hans
knew nothing : one -end their flowers, nnd to $Suitiu lice action to poor
tihds do Kl blls Mola..50 boxes Soap, 2 catki'Oil I that we the horns of I the J.:tcch-arino II niter drops in masses been requested! to of second V
Champagne, 10 calf h; Ving the head of a tag, when exceeding I pkiuani with elegance in the hotel 01 M.t3inea" was HUI.JO u.e uiiwiMiug: recipient a
,CO boxes randles, 15 baskets tul Us flavor III dUnos-ilhem:
Iwxea Cider.lO chests Tea. 10 doz Brooms( nesti n ram, iho hoot of an ox, ard a huve spec-kled wool.; I I' cr lumps. of he Sierra Neveda there is asricesof This hew will be called, with much very uninercilul onslaught.
,Tubs,5 boxes Oranges, R boxes Lemons 10 ca.-kj: ;. the other resemble shecp.bul Calif rni;, 'al"| that pine much resrrnblmz the white fl"i&Sun.lhce'e da Jltur, for it was the 'ne V

Vie, 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch 400 boxes to AM fur fowl, luw nro In NewSain. The sea Inmootlhe Atlantic lntol4, exerpt that the plus ultra',of the kind. A couple went to the Rev. Paul Davisto
March Gia 1851 B. E. CARR. thore are in Mexico and fish-pilchards, ancho.JiesanS '. turn down. This tree grows to ah enormow The preparations tier the ball of the 18th get young ITI4lrrit'd. Mr. D. is omeihiiig; or n wag.
caves ,
( ? ty of good which last are caught with I Ihanlhl. '1 size-280 feet in height, and 30 fein uhf,, ..t tllu hotel !' Eco Wit'.irc.I have, arc leen pro- in.l) hit m in and
hereby given,that I will six week tunnies covered with heap diumetd'ut llio base and Mmictiines Ihi Itr'f'"oSiuJC with much bane, rfaII l Inimthe prayer book ns follows: V
NOTICE he Judge of Probate of St the Tho,tihores aro almost without a limbor oneofiny relations n captain, ( in the nftrou- .
apply to from PItSSVIt is ns trunk runs up 18 (eel, i told Icy "Man that h born of woman is
Johns County, for Letters-of Administration, on the of Mbells. Salt 1s procured hard! it is neeessnry'to crook. The rosinous m uter which exude cavntlY who i is nt the same tim engineer.. ble,and hath but short timo to live," &c V
1ifate..r inte of said County Decnced' cr\'l.tal, and so flavor the consiruclion of the provi.
V Susan FoUl.. bright na 'I'ho coasts are from the bark has a rich acchaiiuc and on duty for marvel of The astonished bridegroom csclamcd: '
ANN HU&LBCRT. 1 break il with hummers. I doubt not fa-I The Indians cul it .in large quautiliclS. sion hall that It will surpass any Sir you mi 'tike, wr. pam- to be mtrriet.! "
V St. Augustine March 6th 1852. IKonrl nahpry. witl in next letter l give you V
; moulJ fur the in sevcral tho kind. I InY Well," rephed Davisif you insist I will
found .th
to be I II of that inama.> festivals
I min 1I
'f.4lf"aBdlft'Ct' Oil Ac.-Tcllow Candles Tur- I there arC sought for : sins ft the country i' editor down,S wIt says he r.evcr luttti all 1 the t.arliculars of the revimv of the Champ ae ma r> vou, but believe me my friends, you V
LinseEd Oil, if tlH'Y were the of An and that was in a well as ihose nail ...'...h better be 1 buried
xJ> praLine, perm. Brown Soap. I under the I'Dmo drrco ns pr'Jy'nces nn, I but ono. In hU life, liars which lakes place on ihe 10th.
V Adamtatine, Candles,Starch WhilerLcad. Indigo, Cmntao and '.sunora. ,Yet the Catifornian n.tnt ) with, u coti'mporury. VV
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Reported for the I Baltimore American. ted by twenty threo delegate*, the number of OJluer. of the Canvnlion: r action of thin Cul1\'cntion in its nom'.nntion: for j Convention. Thu Soul hem States turned !'

'DRMOCUAtlC! NATIONAL CONVENTION. votes she was entitled in the Electoral College 1 PrtltJenl-.JOHN W: DAVIS of Indiana. candidates fur the Presidency and, Vice Presidency i- him In body, followrd by Marvhnd, New to F

'rm,T DAY'S raocKsmxos. i nnd that she demanded to btt protected I Vice Presidents-John Irwin of Indiana. I I York and! l Pennsylvania. FBA"'XUS PIE>
:: At eleven .u'clock'tttt': d?orn of 4 c (Hall of airain.t the influence which would be cxerci Samuel C Uunne, of Als. A motion to"ndj.ou.rn until to-marrow inor1 -' an Ex-Senator:: and was a General in the- i .

Institute the ,ed by admitting alternates and mass delegates Henry I Lyons, of California. ning at 10 o'clock prevailed and the Conven- Mexican war. :
the Mfirymnd wero opened- "
main ntrnnc6 on Baltimore street Cur the in- tea Kent and vote in the Cun ention.- Jam '8 T. Pratt, ot Conn. /1 tion i.djourned. In the afternoon se.nioQVIJ..U3f R, -

nt'the publie.an'f) tho St con1 street entrance The last National Convention had passed a Charles Wright, of Del. -, KING of Alabama, was nominated for: VIC :
gross: -* and those having tickets resolution,that no State! should be entitled to John Branch of Fla. ," The Convention as n whole presents a President! on the 2d. ballot. '
otudin'Hsiort.lo: the fluor of the Convention. u greater numerical delegation! than her vote I Joseph Day, of Ga. highly dignifled and intelligent appearance General FEAMCLM:' : PIXBCK and lady, ..ere. .

The announcement was then m:ide bv Mr..J.KettluwellL :i iI in the Electoral College Itrld the cull tot ibis James B Folny, of la. and among its member may bo recognised in Boston at the Fremont House OQ Haturdar ,

( of the Committee of Arrangements,'j| Convention contemplated the same ratio of Charles Johnson, of III. miny of the most prominent men of the Dmocratic ->- when the news ol his nomination reached

that each Si-no would only bu entitled to ,:t representation. The Convention could not be George Gillespie, of Iowa. party; whoso names and services as him. When the news arrived at Concord it

t eats on the main platform rqual in number to I', fairly organised on any other principle, and I I/rvi Tyler, of Ky. members of Congress and in other distinguished occasioned gre"t.Juy. At Salem the" bell of

r their Congressional representation, and that be protested again; the advantage in debate, Emlle lysere, of La. positions are well known throughout the Society nfFriead*, were rung, when the

Alternates and m lei delegalesrnust rake their and in viva voce voles which would be given Amos W Roberts of He.: the, whole couA!ry. i event was heard '
lo those States who had sent here numerous '_ I
places! in the reserved scats adjoining the plaal-{ Edward Lloyd, of Md. The ,Democratic Nomluatlottis
. alternates for delctf.iUonn. If the mode
m isj Elon Farnsworth, of Michigan. BALTIMORE, June 2.
form. his nnnounccment, howover, pro- be pursued this Convention Every Dtmncr:1l1Vhom we have heard
wastu making( Convention assembled has
John D Nuvill. of lIw. : The Democratic yesterday
bul little effect. and
" ,produced n nv'ie crowdor mass meeting, it would be B A Jnme* of Mo. / afternoon, and elected Hon. John W. expressed a pleasure satisfaction ni the

1 The Organization. i', the lust Democratic National Convention ever Samuel Tilton, of N H. Davis of ludiani President-and appointedthirtyone nominations fur ewhkh our National Confen-

. At 13 o'clock, M., the Hon. B.. F. Hallclt. held.Mr. David ,S Craig, of N J. Vice Presidents and tm Secretaries. lion labored 110. hard to brnf abiotTh

" Uass.,. iho".Chairman of.the Democratic National Wright,of Pennsylvania, said that he Zo.loc Pratt of N Y.. Tho two-thirds rule was adopted, and nominee for President, General Pierce, it a

Committee, requested toe attention of was astonished to hear n K. ntlean an from O.lio Weldon N Edwards, of N C. a motion made to reconsider! it, which was man who"springs from the best iff stClCkthold -

the delegates present, and proceeded! to re repudiating what he deemed an essential William Mudill, of Ohio.. negatived by a vote of 193 to 13 Revolutionary Wnlg breed. His falht'r
principle of State rights. He contended that I was a revolutionary patriot abd hero jJi
mark : David I.ynrhof Pa. At the tICIfiunthis morning several I resolutions -
Gentlemen del ga'c, elected to the Demo each Slate: had a right to bo represented in the Welcome B Sayl !I, of a I opposing the Compromise were made, after the declaration of 'peace was rlnUteJ

erotic National Convention, the i'uy has been Convention in its own way. Cave Johnson, of Tenn. and ordered to be prime. The Com" .iltee by n people's gratitude: to the first office m'

a signcd to nv, as Chairman. lh, National G..m.VoN. of New York, asked that tho resolution Ashbel Smith, of Texas. on credentials were not yet prepared to report tho Stute.: New Hampshire numbers him
her first and
I Executive Committee, t t t cal| thh Convention might be withdrawn for a short lunu David A Soulley, of Vt. on account of the Georgia di ''cullv. among best Governor |tu
brother Colonel! l in lhe
:order. Ix.it your pleasure th -I it shall nowcoma to enable him to offer n resolution looking to Charles Yancy of Vu. In the afternoon session ihe Com iUlon was a U. S. Artillery,

to order J Loud ends of 'yes," "yes." the appointment of u committee on the credentials Nelson Dewey, of Wisconsnn. Credentials were not ready to report and were fought with distinction i in the war' of J8J -.

Mr. Ilallelt then rend the call which had II of deiegate.s. \ Secretaries-Edward C West, of N Y. out contesting the claims of the u'cogia Delegation l- was prevented by a shattered constitution

been Ittucd for tho mooting, of the Convention Mr. Wright refused to withdraw the resale S C Puvatt, of Tenn. :*. A resolution! to erect a platform from engaging in the Mexican war.and died

nn l-nnj3uicMjJHU0Jij'j1t! business! in order lion, and a motion was then.made: and carrlldto"I01).lt ,E Rarlcsdalr! of Miss. before the nominations, caused 'arm debate a few yearsngu, amid the regretjjf hictr'!
; '
Franklin Piurcu has bocn
would be the appointment or a Prciiidetntem. pro 1 (m the table. 'William StKwart, ot Ii. ; Sonic spoke against and Wise in favor a muiJtbrof .
Gen. Ward then submitted a resolution calling the truest conservative DcnHKrjutic & "'
.* Frederick Cnttendcn, of Conn. of the resolution. The Committee on Credentials vuttroc*
fur the appointment of a Committee o\one : ,. ter. For fifteen years,or thereabouts, he .
1 Mr. rightoflnclinnn nominated as President Win A H ker, of III. made a majority report agaimil the nd- was
r "' ( tern Gen. Romulus M. Haunders, of from rneh delegation'to examine and report on Edward B Bartlett, of Ky. mission of Elanlou!, and a minority again{ > l the a Senator in Congress- When the SIp----*....'.......
pro the credentials of delegate war broke out, under the law Dppoinlinf-nc
Lucius Y Luik of La
' admission ot both of the Georgia Delegations
!.. BIr. Wright of Pemn) Ivania, offered his resolution generals, he received a commission of
: infirm- ,imuel H Ayer, of N H. representing the State. ':, Briga :
The nom nation was unanimously c
) as an amendment und called' for a vote dier General. His nomination,has uot
: Oliver of N C. been "
( Dewey, t
He conducted his
", .nd by acclamation.Mr.! oed received was the to Contention by States.: Tho Chair decided! the amendment Samuel D Patterson, of Pa.CPryor.ofVa. BALTIMORE, tune 3. thug of a moment's birth. A 'letter was'' rrccived '''
seal by Bright, ) '
; in this
out of order. city (und..lu: aught '
i ., o The Georgia State Rights Delegates have wo'know,
with cheers. :
h At this time tho crowd on tho platform had Tne fullovvin; gcntlemdn were then .appointed David Nu, le,of Wisconsin. been recognized and! admitted to seats. It+u- there may be nthfrs,) from Wushington, con-

: become so'dense that great; c nru ion began as the COMMITTEE os CREDENTIALS. Tho Committee also reported the following' toul' and Commander (have been ruled out l>y lidently venison uxj predicting> ..nlJlecJ.Dut .the event, before the CuU.
re.oluliunl': committee credentials
:11 on :
to prevu Mainl--1'humalt D Junes. That the rules of the House of R thero is ono thing that raises our confi
Resolved, ;a>>- Tne following is Ihe result of the ballots :
Gov. Floyd, of Virginia, wild that the con New Uumullteir.-E&woral! Burke. I dence to the lushest hilt
fur for the itHegnly i
b-entalivs, as as applicable guy ht 3d 3d 1'1h *,
: I fusion prevailing wall inevitable, from the Vermoi.l-:lsaac P. Bowditch.! ibis Conven'icn be the Southern Slates turntd to him in .
J of as tody.
crnmeni adopted Cass
: J 116 118 119 99
, want ot sufficient room But filleen) seal Alas.'iachuitrts-llIllnc Davis. Of the nominee 'for Vice I'reaidcntwu
t the rule, of this Convention. Buchanan, 93 96 9.l 81 need
i had been allotted to the Virginia legates.. Rhode lslund-\Vm B Lawrence. J. not say one word he is our
Resulted, That' two-thirds the whole number Douglas 20 23 91 60 nd"hbuur-all
and thure were one hundred present. They Cunlll'Cicu1-Juhn I know him and who has
Stednuii -- aught
of votes given shall 1 bo necessary to the Murcv, 27 21 26' 21 ngainat: hint
could not designate who.of that number should N ;w York--Jamo? W Nve.N : President and ; [Sacannah
nomination of candidates! for lIou ion, tJ 6 '1- 11' GroT 4l&.
fifteen cntitlnd seats ,the I
bo the to on pUitorm. .;w Jcr8e--J.trt'l'h C Puns.Pennsylvaiii.i .
President of the United States this
; Vice by ; Kink, 13
:t It was impossible for them to make: -Robert P Flannikcn. Oar Stale Nominations.We
Convention. i Butler 0 1 1 411
tho distinction if they wi b la to so. They Delaware N Wicker,hum. '-, .'
were willing to 1ak any plnco on the floor Mnr'lnud-Jervi. Spencer. v .ResDlttd: That in voting upon any question I i lAne, 0 13 .13 13' ,gaio, recently Ihr replies cf our Candi '

or in ho galery but they were determined tit V.r"illla-\V C F.ournoy. which may arise in the proceeding: of this D odge, 0 ,3 3'' I dates to the ntilitienlion of their nomination

j keep togeibcr. They proposed to retire until North Carolina-Ab.am Runchcr. Convention the vote shall be taken by States !Illickinsan,i 0' 1 I 1.- 'l'I'riiviews ,

it room could be provided fur ih m. South C-iroi iiu-Not represented.. ut the request of any one Stale: ; each Slate I I Jilank. u 1 'I ore well worthy nf an retire jyg ,

"'e Gen. Ward of Now York said ho was: glad Alabama-John )I'M.lunc.M to be entitled to,:the number uf votes xrhci! 'fh: Cenvention thc-nnlljllurucd until morn- examiuatlou ur.d' wv fully coincide with ore

. K Virginia was represented hero by her hun +hil'li--\Vm McWillic. itch State i it *"ntitled in the next Electoral ing. .. norm lees.Wo ,:

dred delegate. He hoped!, however, thai u'UIJilllu-John:: McVt!y. College, without regard lo the number nf, _. deem the present a must important ran

.t they' would.andOdvur lo make ou' with wh at'j Ohio-Allen G Thui, man. ";:', delegates !iu attendance; the manner in which THE ANCIENT en'l.I vas. The various qne&tiont which have fur .

'j p room was afforded th in until tho organization Kentucky-Wm A Helmcs. ; ', .' said vote is to be cast to bo decided by tilt I I years divided! .the two !:runt political, parties
of each State furl' Itself.
1 was completed and! other urrangeuiJiu Tennessee W M Kin* delegation! ,have now become: merged in the .
;I c >uld be mode Indiana-Atex'r M Morrison. A monriber moved an amen Imcnt In the sectional imps.taut

U, Partial order havin? been obtained, the IHinois-rS:: fl 1I 1)8. report by strikin out so much m related to I questions which IniVo arisen and

': President Gen. Saunders, arose nnd! briefly Missouri-It F likcman.: the two third rule. Cries of N.! No! were I. which seem to.iittultc the existence uf our

i addressed the Convention ,making his acknowledgments Arkansas C Uoanc. I reel>' made from various parts of the house I.I governmental relations.Clo .

far tho honor conferred on Michigan-Alex'r Bucll. und considerable degree: of excitement was :>elv iiili'd tutu :hi- sensorial qurriun
him, soliciting the aid! of iho m *mh ers in Florida-tJen. Charles Byrne, mnnitc :l'd: I I SE lsr.UCE TO ALL Will Ol'iXlaE T11LJI. hc prcrJMj nature Lit' HIM li',ve-/ulil'ul' and lU

thudhchnr rof tho duties of. iho Chair, DIIIIurgmlP i e3.al1IauhiV.ml.. It was then moved that the amendment- be pusiti'>n with .n-fi-rrnri'io the
the Importance union and conciliation Iowa-Col S: N Carpenter.NVi&coiisiti laid! on the tableA --- granted lald reserved

lJjn their proceedings. He nnnouiiecd : -Hiirri.viu C Hobart. : this stage of proceedings: nnd amidst AUGUSTINE.. JUNE l3tlr,1g3::. II Ms df the Stairs has ttgaiii, becon.o

i .t.ti'i that tile next icp iu the organization of ihCunvcnlion > California-Wm Richardson. much confusion the Chairmm took the sense an important issuc.-Tu tm South the strict

was the appointment of Seerclarics 'rho delegation from Oc'orgindcelined appointing I of the Convention on the rport'of the C" mmiltec t i -- --- i-iir,+itructiuu of the Conslilutioii no only in.re-

; whereupon : n member of I he Committee, a delegate I nn Organization with the exception of DF3JCCRATIC NOJIIXATIOXS.: laiion to the (trotct ii >n of it.i peculiar ;ir.situ-:
Edward C Wort, of Now York r..slte l rs.ro.r awnFelt .
; stating that there were two sets representing the two third rule, nnd it was adopted.YJiiLQUjhli'lTI lions but afio in '
Stephen,C Pravoit, of Tennessee, different wings ..ftlio U-'iuocratic poriv :! wag then te ken OtLtI.\O resn O:.,I rUES1DJJJ:(',,. s"tr 'ttitsi: crrf'rc to the various Cl/g! .....
; William Stewart of Indiana, omNfitieo esu Lla:6Uhir"f.iJrn ; vc. it''inttirtfrnt
-' ciajmiug.to-be.emulmi lu gent m the.Co venMetfra Ju :Cf10rUtiJ l tie ani-
E K. Burni4n| of tylrehgihnf.All1. tt'JUiti d j i. was adgv ,. ,mmn mmt -pnrthnre Q .
'Cummitteo on Cred 'niul: l bv un -tits -s
Alien u 'inurman,' and complained that scats had not' bin pr,". through and James Jackson on the part of onu but a /cubic voice raised here and there OF Nlitt' HAMPSHIRE.FOR : eidedl} the I siding evil nhiet, re s itdrt .
set Solomon nul ihe
Cohen South
on the of the iigninst it.
red tor that delegation. He mid they des {part arc called!
.,,,led as a right that they should have seats other. I On motion a Committee nf three was appointed VICE upor. lu cOlnl.u.VC: ,sec the pro-

together. Similar complaints were m.idu h\ Mr. Hallett. nf MaV-iacliU.selt*, proposed a resolution to conduct the President elect lotiiu ; PRESIDENTWILLIA Kics of ccntralisntion every day iurn-asmg

thu delegations from North Carolina and oilier: instructing Ih,- Cum+niueu on' Credentials I Ciinir of the Convention. .M i R. KlKG and t xlrndill;%_To day exp'-nding millions
tintes.: to ropoit iiiu number ot votes to whirl This duly having; been performed the Pres. sestet the to

Tho Chair announced that before further Mach Slate was entitled!, und the number anil ident.in u.kmg his seat said he returned his OCAL.1BAlId.; merchants uf New. York te* fit op

proceedings the Convention would bo opened nam: of dele,ates'froni each Slate entitled lo sincere nnd cordial acknowledgmc Is for Ihe .. magnificent Steamers to carry on their trade!

with prayer. TneHev. J. 'impbcUVhite.. scats in file Convention, with the post office high honor which; they had done him in selecting J "i' with ,!Continent, tomorrow we see it giving '

of Ba made address' ut'each delegate.Air. > him to preside over the deliberation: : FOR Coy r NO':. tens millions
an and away of
<Im'Jreltbttll appropriate : cs ol the domain
Serv Thurman, of Ohio/ moved lo lay tho uf the Contention. Although not unused to < J.. "' "' 10:1 .. '. ,. public I
n, prayer.O amendment ; ..:_.iil ,,, .a..v.; ..,-I-. .. to the people! of all the nations
the .J l
on table. of the
Ho the t'
r i motion of Mr. JtcubThnmpson, of MisFi&sippi said that it wambiguous. s duties of the Chair ho approached with '
I it wai resolved to appoint n Commit a He thought the eommittco oucht doubt''nnd with feelings! of incapacity the task J world to *renMhen the numerical and political
to be instructed to report oily he names ot the of ,diiccling the deliberations of FO a CONGRESS.I I influence of Ihe
(. tee ot one delegate from each Stn'e roprcse'n. I so large abody non-sIavp-boMingStates{! -

I ted in the Convention to nominate perminenuttcersforthogovcrnmcintofjhl'Convention l I the regular dclrgutrsaacuti'Irellitscatscscludin ot the g as ibis Ho would however, remind the A. E. MAXWELL. This is not the kind of government our ac-
names alternates and members of that
\ mass good
1 delegates maxim, that 'Order
; | ; who, he 1 s.iid; in. question* decided vita is Heaven's tim law ccstors, bargained f for,Degression and construction
I "nJ 'e ch delegation its dele! by u he might also have
; gales in said lq.appoiul. own wee vote: would have nn undue influence. Af' lo remind them of that higher and more..Christi FOR ELECTORS. have left little of 'he Spirit of that Coosii.tutinn .

VI 1 Tiitf ter an assurance from the m iver of the amend virtue of 'McQUEEN which the framedIt
States were then called in suecession! nuMil lit forivcncs-forgveness toward McIN10SK, n/ Dural Cuunr9. ,
: and the Committee was constituted us:: follow: olficu that his only object was toobiuin he Post him and toward each other. He should J. CARAWAY SMITH Jefferson IS therefore particularly appropriate that
i uJJiuss of ,
I hit
I &ine-\Vm C Allen, that should :W lurmshed moinbors hu and nn assertion ay nothing, further than to press upon the m MAJ. JESSE:: COE, of Jackson. the fundamental principle of our confederation -
I Nuw Ifampiihiro-Jnu'ft withdrew! his a- the dory of harmony, union and conciliation
Redding meridmcnt.Tho h should !be
of for referred to nnd thai the Slates
; Vuimout everything principles and nothing for
-Luciefl B Beck: ;
: : M &SS'IChUSAlIs-U..lub: Cu question! then recurred on tho resolu men. Presidential ominatloa Rights doctrines the earnest advocacy of wbirb
hrnJ lion ,
: offered!
j Rhode by CuI.Xri;;h', ot .Pa.. lh.t all I The various Vice Presidents and Secretarieswcie has maintained this Government should be still
Island-Philip Allen, Jr. I By the (last mail
person except delegates, alternates we received the gratifying
:., I New Cs. nnc'cticul-Jnl /'rntt. of the pres, be excluded! from thd and platform feporlers I then conducted to the places nlidgncd' intelligence; of the nominations! a: Baltimore. put forth as, lie chiefcst of our political prin

i York-Z'idoc' Pratt! of the hou>e, nud (lie amcnd.nynt uv Jlr'I'hur them. Contrary to our fmry, and the hopes of our c I'Jes.-Thal State Rights should! be iWribtd
; New Jcr, oy-Sainl. Wo tcotl. A motion! was thin made by a member from
of Ohio
i Peons vlvanh-Hend.ick Wright.. stricken man, oat. thai the word "uUcrnato" bo Ohio thud tile volt- adopting the two-tliird s' enemies! the Convention concluded its proceed on our banner and that thc,Constitution:, n-il,

..D wprc-Ahrnbam B Saannoti. 11 r. II. II.feeder( r ut.' be recnns:dered. ings with entire harmony and have given t lo the mere federative Unh;,.n the creature of that

'I 'v r j I i DItryland-Geri; Hugh Ely: unicnilnmnl.Air. :. ., of Pa. spoke against Iho It was then moved to lay this mction on the us Candidates whom we,have every reason !o : Constitution, houM have our highest respect

. Virginia, -Henry A Wi('., Elias:: Br+,wit ofMarvhnJ'aid t table und by n vote of States: called fur by believe will be satisfactory to the hole South reverence and dcyolion. .
North Carolina! =Hubert! B Dick. ino.li the only the Ohio and Maryland l delegation, derided We "
making iho (; 1
u urJcrh'.aud : inquiry
South Carolina .
Not in iheallinnattve follows
i r 'I' *cutcJ. as : .
working htHIV, "'as U admit nont lo scat < made, who i" GENERAL PJERc't Quick Passage.
... ': Georgia-Joseph Sturgcs. on the 1,11111urm+ but the I Ayes. Noes. : 7 but tho>o

> I i.ii, John II| Ltimpkin.Alubuma"Jolin ., 31 r. Tlitirin.in, ol O.uo regular nmdou delegates. Maim. 8 who learnt to their mortification who JAMES fi.SVv! learn by telegraphic that the passenpf

W Bridges. adjouriun'.Mil lilt 10 o'clock,1 ihorrow inotmn IUlJrlllU"nuus fern, .I New Hampshire, 5 Pots was will learn next November, we think, who left our City on Friday the 311 "14 P-
. ; Jacob :: Vermont
,: 5Mawichusetts
I lxuisianuVm Mississippi- G Kehdul Thump'sou. V other in.uro ui-Vo nu-ii toned, and the 13 uho FBARKLI PIERCE is. ftlr. PJEBCC commands JLby the steamer Florida arrived in New Yorkon

I t Ohio: -William Konnon.Kentuck u.dtJ\.l'Convention:. 31.Ji1lilUr' dCC'lJc.oJ luudj.iui n until'fne Rhode island, 4 'be approval of the South from ihe Monday evening at,10, P. M. making their

i ; -John W 8'even-ui.: AFTEna4Nr' C,inn,vii,-nt, 6' *. iNiw confidence engendered by his past life his I journey from this wharf at St. Augustine to
.rer.nessc.ae-Jubn:: K Howard. jJCS'-I iR York, 31 : unifuim New York in the
t I The Ciinvent.iiii luvnu j 'I/ 3 consi \ent.coursehil unwavering political unprecedented short space
Indiana-Finlay Victor*. Chairinui coino looidcr, the New Jersey, '7 -i ( ot three: days and six: days.'s
and the
enquired wiictlier opinions honest -
the of his
Illinois L i Committee on integrity .
Tho ; Pennsylvania
H>trrK Organization 27 A -
Missouri-Munttfoirwy Ulair.Arkunsas The chairman was prepared loicport. Delaware, 3 t. 'it. "'" -., character-be requires no new declaration of w'Cilj Election."
ol that couuniiiec then rus j Maryland 8' k \ principles and letter
i --M B Bnrroux. and |< no writing, his antecedents
stated that the
. ctnmniltcu had various ? At a special election held in 31t
our City on
Michigan-John II Ilarm.in. i{| quC"taul1oi bcloiu them and Virgin-! 15 t speak for him, he has been faithful to
\ D I were nut yet r" *d)' North Carolina : nil : to fill the created the
Florida- L Yulce. to report.Tho 10 .i the best interests of the country wherever vacancy by resignation ,
Iowa-William F Coolbau. j! Committee CI Georgia, 10 '" ,,' of the office.of JIavor by GEO. L. PHILLIPS
on C&cu'lais! w.then call Alabama J placed whether in the halls of Congress or
Wm 9
"'Jcxas- BDuval. ; ud on, for: aiepori, bu: stated that, they wen the door of'tbe Senate the E q.. the following waS the vote pitcdrLSPR !!
cuusin-Jubn:: A. Bryan, : Mississippi; 7Lfouisiuni .' or on fields nf Mex "
not ji/ep-in-J to P. C. ZS
t California ttvirl n-port.I : .' 6 } ico ; and with ,the A' 6La
< l/uin?: j Mr. N. B. Brown of ..\rk.m"f tln'n rcinnvod: 1 ; becoming modesty of hi E. B. GOULD 7
Air. Keltic-well again and Ohio, 13 .:; ::10 character has acted the
arose staled! th'atthUN the following resolution .. "Patriot" rat bel than
which ho had offorcd
K-'ntueky, V' were not aware before the of the
13 < closing
were persons on thu platform who ivpfe in the mUIIIIII;; which was adopted. been conspicuous in emblazening his own
not even members of the Convention, 'and he Resulted, Thai the CUllllnheu;: Tennessee, 1-2 : <*-',!. its. It will be met Polls that our esteemed friend! the ex-May
on Organization Indinna seen by be following
appealed oihcm in tho name of bo tuoied 13Illinois ,; extract was candidate,, but having
propr.eiy. to having
: During Mr. 11(.'* remark, nnd the suggestionsof of this Convention report lir ihe government HMissouri ;' .. ,:"I .- #" from that sterling State Rights sheet the Georgian in Ihe every
and that in thum x ability cf'our friend "Peter" to
others who followed<< him, them wnta great; ''aninnu ihu rules of the lust Convention be "v 9 4\'. ", that the South went fut him in a' body. discharge the duties

dcalol confmion,uud interruptions were $frequently adopted as:: the rules of this Convention. AI Arkansas, '\. .4 '\\:11: Our 'whig friends arc shedding crocodile tears devolving upon him as
ar'llt s voted
I made. an, 6 Mayor we fur him .
more as
A Cau !
motion was then m ld" to adjourn until tomorrow Florida 1 '., ., eJ\'trpour -they certainly new found
Mr. Wright, of Pemmlvania, subosittcd C11.JrUt'n 3\ friends. he Will the Democratic nCJminc.e."Slill .
; at 9 o'eliH-k .
an. ,
rejected. .j'. .
: r the following : Jtanhu.:J|, That nil personrxeeptdelegates s, Thu Committee on 0' ;auizatillll, through Iowa XlI". ) \" I! is not a bad sign of 'a judicious nomination
I 4il ", NWiseinisin '
I thu press. ba excluded, alternates from nr.J the reporter i of I I their Chairman, Mr, Thompson, ul Indidua, 5?, when our it big friends find fault with f it. water runs Deep:
platform.nnd if
that ,
urged its they were p -riuiit d to retire-for California, 4 The Washington Correspondent ol the New
adoption as the only of BALTIMORE, June 5. ,
moans:: a short lime.they would be
prepared to rport. c
i ord Democratic York Herald
I Oblf&iulol :r. ; I Iv-uvu Presidential Nom says : .'
I was granted and the Committee -
Mr. A G nurman, of Ohio>>,moved to anwnd retired 274 13 ination. I "Tte leaders of the Scott here *vfar if11'geance
i i tho resolution brstrickinou So tIm-motion to reconsider the vote FRANKUN PIURCK of New I party
i | the" word -Al- After( being absent a short Committee ndopt- Hampshire upon all oficehoUers vha tlte'i
time the I may vppuse
r.'rn1tea."e said Ohio, ing the two-third rule was rejVcu, I the received 200 votes uu the 40th ballot i
C1 oitly an and nomination Jen.
t f'l'rCoiCI i : rcliuucd und reported the (| m They havr **" *
following rule I
is permanently .} was III1u.imuuily' ,declared the choice
., '. adopted as cuntrolliiijj the, of the I I I lireGla that'they will make/a clean stcetp ">falt"*

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:" Wcrbu'fU I it; oi f f.& ;J.Strane Katigo of tho ThcrmomcCrc. Tax I -' I
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nnd T CtJlltelor'.
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rcliitlvo to the bad cftn.lucl of Klisobilh! Strange. .. --
for8nwwk< Y virtue of ,
B : Ute power vested in me by law, ]I
who both by day anJ iiiRht b 41 is a hub strangr, but the nest"cvent will. I, FROM ITS No 1851. Mall expose for sale before the Court house By Yirtaeoftiie. powery.j in anebykw I
cantsnfboys '
. : a little stranger."Capital IJ4rftU'b ...Iuulti door expose for satebefcre the Court House '
[Krptalihe St. .] at Mellonville on the hrst of July !
habit ofromniitUngtlcprcdnSti.n Monday nut door at .lellooville
the : _
Ivbeen in -- -- --- --- _-..: ---- the following d on the finrt Monday of July next
scribed tracts of land mocl
the gnrdeus nnd round* of scv" : punishment", being kissed to DATE, 15'( IJE9 A. N. 3 1')1. UP. are thereof wil oreo the ft.llovring described tracts of land or so much
UPfl M pay thc taxes due thereon the State tkeaeota
diathbypmy will pay the due thereon 'the State .
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Within girls. of Florida
and' nbout our city and County of Oiange for the 0"Florida ;
: yeaiibSl and
ttfamilies\ Col
I 64 14' 7 74 to wit ? Orange from the year 1845,
Ihe last few nights wo ore lol'J, that a &gang of HARD or BEUCT -Joe; R-, who it! an incro.Iul' 2' 69 83' 807:1\ \ 377 acres:of land belonging supposed/ to be lo I and uoC'including 1851: to wit: 4

these irJy bojs invaded the prrraiwof a us dog, wa-i listening to n wonderfultold stun S 58 68 7:1 !9 lone to Thomas Forbes being iu section 45 town, Robert hf'pht"rd" belonging and Jose* to snppowd to Woogt t
besides roCbing by old B in which his ,Mar 4 41' .59. 69 5:1 10, 29 sooth Sanctes being in rcti M
Wthlf rcupectcd Indy, and :, daughter > range and east, assessed to the Aid SO.tOwnship 1'i,raDee 3-1. the .
violent and abusive laucusje. btiro II conspicuous part.: Joe lookeJ wise and 6 45 61 '75 56 1 noa ,forbes. bardy's CDIU1. pl cekuwii.

her fruit used most doubtful.-M2f )ou-douU believe 'it vou mavgn 6 65 6:1 65 54I Also 542 acres in sect on 40, township 1C south *ad ;
This I is a grow outrnpc on decency, to 'Ihu houto! and take from her own lip" 68 60 57 58 J range 89 east,assessed to Thomas Forbes. I o( njer8SI'XM npeows are paid before the day i

pnd the boy wlo would insult n lady, itlves Joe took him at bis word ; th,' old man tbl, 8 49 66 63 65 Also, 515 acres insect ion 39, township 14 south .

bit mikerablo dastardly begin- lowed on to see the result,pud. found. Juc.ki.,- 9 66. 6871 65 :" -_ range 27 east,being on West banks of Lake Georgi. Also, 2010 acre assessed to Clarke and At. '
fair pruroteta sine Mary very sweetly. 10. 68 '71 7:1 69 and assessed to Thomas Forbes. kmson,being in section 37., township 13. 29

nine & produce a dastardly and contemptible "What on earth are you about 7" 11 ti9 '76 '14 '72 J. SIMPSON, 5herifT and. Tax Collector ,. south and eat at Haw Creek. W.A. Forwardlfent 1

character. A011 wo Jctrn that Ibo remises "Oh, taking that awful tough story from her 12 '71 '75 '75 7:1 :" Jan.3. 1852. Also.600 acres in Township 18, South range

invalid gentleman who has but recently but I satisfied. 13 '71 '76 '78 'iiIs 35, east.agsessed to the heirs of Caroline Mat
ofafc own Zips- am '
: Hardy, south of New
resident were invaded (Qw nights 61 78 71 '73 : ADAMS & CO'SNEW Smyrna. 4
become a IKCUBATIOK.-"Pa. how long has Congrcss 15 '70 '7:1' 78 63jfl 1 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caroline -,
were fired uffond his dog either ; : ftlcHardy, being in sections 49 and 60 and
slusc pUols sal '" "Five months Hon/-"Why, our 53 63 65 6617 ,
tilled or carried of ff These tbin should rereive geese only set fiv<.week !'* was the rejoinder 54 61 6'1 65 .' part nip in 18.Township Jlod It?, range 34 and part ia town-

'tli* insUtnt-attcnUon of the City authorities of the 'hopeful youngster. 18 55 7:1 '71 65 Unless taxej range36 and south of New Smynu. .
expends are paid tie
19 65 69 68 6'7 .
the character of our day oft.ale.
aad of pa rents,or ,
will become disgraced, and our'' youthful $23 RE W ARB. 20 57 7:1 75 4i 68. : \ YORK Also 5000 acres assessed '
City 21 59 63 6:1: 'f- cj \ to Philip R. Younge ly.I
population will become d"mo.rnli..d.EYer1IlArcDt bf' paid frr the pprrhenuun and eooyjc- 22: 456 56 4'7 1 AID log in sections 37 and 38.township 21 south range

should know thnl his i hildrcn ore un- WILL of the penoo who entered the premisesof 23 47 65 7:1 61; ': -- -' 'i NEW OKLEAASEXPRESS. 30. and township 21 south range 31, east,being oft.
instead of prowlingabuut Mrs. Dr. Anderson on Fnndajr night Ltsi and 5-1 '7:! 65 69 r21 '. OrlcM Jewup. Forward' Aceot. ," ""'" _
dc'r his own roof at nixht killed enticed .away the watch DOSt. ( .- 25 '72 75 '72' 61. : '' .4 day of sale.taxes. and expense* are Mid before 1hf\1I"" ;
I learning the habit nnd trade of vagabonds Aucuftide" June 12th 1852.5O 26 41 62 67.CJ :':-1<,'l' OFFICES : I

and denre&Unr tipun tl.ei. neighbor. '27 63 63 6i '70 -;. I 16, 18& 19 Wall'fet. New-York. Also 1000 acres oflaad in section 37 townships -

and mc', j W nrineshnid! ice tho regu. KEWARD.H 28 '70 '74 '78 6i 131'Main St., Hartford, Ct. 17 and 18, mnge 30. assesned to David R. '

enforced otherwise persons 29 65 63 64 653O :. ,,6t State 8t., New llav n,CI.16'J Dunham,being on Lake Berriefor .'t. Johns Riv
Jatioa"fstrictly AN AWAY from the subscriber .
m er.
63'' 68 81 :2DECEMSEB. '.1Z' iLtltirnore, Baltimore.
who are thus imposed upon( wi I protect them- 4aJ on or about the 12th April :Jaet, '" .. Pennsylvania Av., Washington. Unless taxes an4 exp< DeS are paid'before the

f set \by the two of fire arms and mischief f his negro man FRANK,former y belonging .- '7 Fourteenth St., Richmond,. Va. day of sale. "- r
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I to Joseph Finegan. Frank isabout 1 156 6'7 65 55 .'
I 84Wnshington St. Bostm. Also COO of land .
acres ,lying in section _
40.townsliip '
may ensue.JFrom 5 feet 10 inches high, yellow 2 62 66 69 65 .l : .
72 st. New Orleans. 17 south 33 ,assessed
Camp range, east to the e lae .
", and does not fpeakgood english hu 3. 45 5:1 8' 47 -: .
mptcxion ;
Linda Tod New
.... the ftatannah Republican. y near Smyrna Foiward.agent.
\ .ront u-eth wide apart. He la supposed to be lurkingin 4 38 49 59 41 FOR IAE. wl. Unless taxes ,and expenses-are paid before the
--G "dcoU..Cftre the of St. Augusliae. The above reward 5 40 64 65 41 '
n:. vicinity k AT R* COULTER GO'S day of ..Ie'. _. ,
will be paid for hU delivery to the subscriber,or Jacksonville 6 68 63 65 41 .
-". very IttnJ to see Mr. Bolls taking i TORE, by the Subscriber,, Also 000 acres assed to :John ioson being
Jail. ,
7 61 b'7 65 69
and now landing from the schr part of a tract of 2060 acres granted to Brig* and .
is groom
the part of Gcu.Bcuit. He a poor J. A. SUMMERLIN. 8 60 &J' G7 62 ,': \
Mary Isabella from Baltimore in 38 '
0 Robin section -
o being ,township 16, 32 .
t ttUIC range
tho truck, bcinjt Mills. Fla. May\ 24th, 1852. ,
rucer tor Magnolia 9 68 65 68 64 '2. 00 bushels of Baltimore
to prepuraa bo policy ; White Corn, and township 16, range 33, Q., and E on HalfiTax
give him the -loan There may frtinkneicft An-Ordinance+- to explain certain part of an Ordinance 10 4'7 66 '7:1 68 ;: 1,700 bushels t White Oats, River.

but we are unable to discover any Hone and Cattle from 'II 68 63 '79 65 50 bales of Hay, Unles Taxes and expenses are paid before the day -
or juitriotum" in Gen. teou'trl'&iCnt; position. prohibiting St. go.. 12 2 64 "77' 69 30 bbls Howard st. Flour of aJP.. .
within the
silent at the ing al141'Jt City of Augustine.Be
Two tnct that he remains: 13 69 63 63 01 20 kegs superior Butter; Also, CG acres assed to ConHiiw Monro* on the .
Nurth in uvi.tcnce it Ordained the Mayor and Aldnnan of 15 !' No. -
by 1
niggi'Btibo, of bill 'friend 14 49 48 60 49 'I Lard Wekiva Creek, bounded on the south by Cteofge R.I'airhank's .
lUll action to suit them the City of .*t. Avgttiine, That the Ordinance 5 bbla Apples ,
that ho in nhnping 15 49 68 68 48 J j Inud,. Unless taies and "expenses are ,
amo if elected President prohibiting horses and cattle from going at largewithin \ 20 boxes assorted. Crackers, *
Will iieuutdiilho 10 31 48 66 4'7 paid before the day ohalt' < '
him now, the of St. Augustine,be so construed as 4 bbb Pilot ,
control Dread
ward and his followers city I I J SlillVSON Sheriff and Tax Collect .
4 > It tie and Cattle within hereafter 17 4:1 49 49 38 or.o. c.jtiri ',
such homes 10 Mercer
; for better thing subject on.y Potatoes ;
we we no reason to bnjio fine that are found at 18 28 29 3J' 5 3li852. .
consideration which ,described boundary to a kegs Butter Crackers
alter his l'I( tlun.1t u this 19 33 36 49 36 \ -
Within the City
large within the City viz: 10 box.ra Raiaiiij,
'trom } .
will prevent Suu'hernVlai,: supporting Franrin Uarrn ks .!O 34 4963, 44 Tax Collectors Sale.
. with South and the lot of the U.S. 8t.\' : 2 bbls% Onions, "j
him, on any kind uf platform, or" North, and within any' .part of>> the liver on the End II 37. 68 60 55 ; 70 lbs Candies! Y virtue of lie! powerfr vested V in me by larw I -

Lily sort uf letter, however satiRiuctory. side, tu any part of the W.:trrn shore of Maria I 22: 68 61 68 (jJ 1 case Clocks: ,assorted, B. bhall expose( for sale before" the Court House ) -

It livery evident! that G"n. Scott will betho rfnnchez Creek of said City. 23 62 69 68 66 .CO bags of Wheat ZJran doot at Mellouville on the first Monday of July,

numinuu of the Whig National Committee: Fussed in Council May 17,152.LMANUELJ. :! 24 5-1 65 66 67 1 case Pickles, assorted, next, the following described tract of land or so

Southern Whig : UK MED1GRS, 25 61 66 '75 61 I- 2 dozen jars Preserves, much thereof, will pay the taxes due thereon die
If so in what pmilinn will the Mayor' Fro Tern. 2tS 614 61 '72 li3 : 4" Lemon Syrup Sjtnte Florida and County of Orange for the year

(I party be placed. Tho Republican it will be Attest ,27 64 G 61 G5 At. wholesale and retail. I$51, to wit: IJ

;ein the; paragraph have (placed at the CUA.S. IlAfitR. Cleik of the Council. 2S 6573\.. 63 64 A share of puptic patronage is respectfully jlicited. t>63 acres of land being part.of a grant of 4000

declares that IL1ti..iU .--- -- 29 60 74 61 65, )X J.>MES R. IJAN IIA1.. neres asse9 ed to Domingo Acosta in section 3tf,
head ot this article distinctly ? 66'" : Jc.snvilleMarch 13, 1852. j.tf township 20,Range 34 and 35 nef r Flownder Creek
30 I" 6'J 74 I 3'\ _
from ) nil creditors and all parties concerned
Kouthern Whigs will bo prevented iiUI licn-by given to ? Indian River. .
Hndtf platform or with I- or any way interested in the Estate of 31 68 '75 '71 (;j9 ": Tax C lectors sale. J."SIMPSON, Sheriffan&'taz Collector,o Can .

purling him on any Joseph W. Miles late of Putnam county, deceased .J KUAr.Y I852.I BY virtue of ihe power vested in me by law, I 3d 1 52' -,
any Mart of letter huvecer tails factory. thaloii the expiralien of six months (rum the date: > expose for sale before the Court Houseat _

Will,this declaration be adncrcd to or will hereof 1 shall apply ro the Court Probate fur, the 6:1: 65 71 5' '.. .." Mellonville on the first Monday
and of Putnam aforesaid,for a final settlement of 2 46 47 52' 45i next the following ilewribcd tract of land 1 or aO much virtue of lh. power vested in me by law I .
theNn"Uy! wheel into the rnnks kUj- county my accounts with said fetate: and a, discharge! as Admmittiraior 47 thereof will pay the $tate and County taxes BY expose for saU before the Court Houne ,.

|port him. Wh.le we bcl eva that many are thereof. i : 47 .. and the iim-seary expends due riiereon fur the.year door at 37ellonvilSe on thee,first Monday of July

determined not to do so, we cannot but entertain UENJ.\:UN ,CHAPMANAdmr.Aay .. 49 ii '11 I851.! to wit : next the following described tract of lao'd,. or,.:sonincli 4 -',',-!'
ihoso who went Gen. % 22J, 1852. ICO aerea of land formerly owned t>y NUoloacperd thereof as will paythft.tiixMi duesatepf theteoa the-
the opinion thai 7" !)' at /.ake Miinroe. Present owner AUt.known. Florida and Ioun.oIOranj.bkd: | used -

Taylor MiiidusRin mi quest! ns will frame t.bean.,1 ltrr-Notice.J ... .,.". :,_ _. 43 4j '. 4 '4:9'.f ...\. ;." >::1- ,-, Double taxed for.ih.y_rt fc|t.:- : trout the year ISIS to. and incloding 1351, to '.
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uzaJaup'por3nz:ficoticott .. J Iw.4k .p i iy- j 49 .68 '71. A1,1.\ J. SIMPSON Siierifl>and Tax Collector, o. c. \VII'I
vej1nqLxr. 'Ky of Probate of Putnniu County forJetu-rtot': Administration : .
\ Feb. 28, 1853. t._ 1'iO acres awesaed to Theresa Rodrtgnes, in
if UK j4 the nomine.O on the Eitnte: of Fcribec Thigpcn, late JO 65 69' 75 (;.. '\ \ .:..-- section 37 township 19. range 23.

.. of Putnam Cuunty,.deet3I1ed. 11 49 59 6:1 '" Tax Collector's Sale. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the

[i: MMUSICATEDKT .] 1 LUK' >:* JOHNS 12 40 49 50 4 ) virtue of th* pow"-r vested in me by law, I day of sale. J. SIMPSON, SheriffandJan ., .

that Common Peoplecan Pilatka, 15th May 1852- 13 36 31 28. 26 n tJialt; CXiOPi fjr sale before' the Court House 3. 1652-I Tax Collector.o.c. ,
: Reasoning J4 23 31 61 37 t at Mellonville 01: the firt Monday of July nMtjheollowing _

if Politicians iii' OTLCE.-ttl persons ,having claims against 16 36 4:! 59 ; 61 v scrild tract of land or somurh thereof' TIIEWOU.LPASITFASh'ES.> )

understand, 1-. the Estate )f I Aotonia MrtWis late of Mt. 16 45 66 61 42 ls will pay the I taxes due thereon the State of '-

ca'tLJU! John County deceased, nther, as creditors heirs legatee 1'7 34 55 58 49. Florida and County Orange for the year lt5t. lowit MORRIS & WILLIS'S. -
: : notifif-I l the .
'or other wise are hereby to present 18 45 b7 73 fj3 -
The Southern I'reas of the 1st instant under same wiihin the time prescribed by 'law, or tti'-y will J 51 41 4-1 28' 200 acres of Land assessed to Joseph :/. Sanchez hOME joinr Af-FoR issa. '

the head PresidentialH gives the followitig be lor ever barred. 20 22 2:3: 38 37 in section township 1C range 33 S and Eon .
EMANUEL J DC MT.DKCI.S.JUAN the Hallifax River. A FA2tnLyyJlvsrAPER. .., t
of Southern CornvrniuTs.vIO 21 37 3.4 6t 41 '
very pertinent position S. PACETTY. Also-310 acres assessed lo the said Joseph M '
3:1 WEEKT.r
?!:' believe the mass of the people St. Augustine, 8th May 1W2. 8wks 23 3b 4 49 49 69 Sauchex in sec 51, township 17, ratie 34, bouth l-UBLISHf-l -

understand and east, west of Smyrna.
South, arc not gulled, but fully 2-1 481, :1 55 51 riKST'JTCMBER OF THE HEW StBIES Witt BS
Charleston and Florida Line. 'I, J, sUIP-ON.:; Sheriff and Tax ColWtor.o. c
nil! the twhtificntions of pot iticiflfli."Acquicsccflee 25 53 51 69 52 Jan. 3, 185?. ISSUED OH THE FIRST OF JASUART LtX?.

implies the absence of n sentiment THE Sl'LCNDID NEwT'ACKKT STEAMBR.I'LOKIDA 26 61 65. '70 bft )

condemnation.AnJ 27 40 52 .5o 45 Tax Collectors ale.By THE Home Journal has now cora universa.. ,-
either of approval or 28 37 51 53 43 virtue of the power vested in me by law I There nre'few familess ol cultivated habits-(few of

Ktirh is got the fncl. Bpth pnrtie contain L M.' COXETTEK! MASTER. :19 35 63 62 49 shall expose for sale before the Court House those who seek to enliven and make home the most

those who approve, nml those who cundemn, 30 39 69 m \ n the city of Augustine.. on the first Monday of intilliwnl and attractive place--who do not now

and neither rontniu ItCltrcclr' n man who really IS NOW running regular 31 6'- '70 69 59 Miy next, the following described property or so receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the J

ftcqU sceL The Comj-rvmiso consist of measures _ |Iy on the Line betweenChaYlfston much thereof as will pny the State and County taxes gold threads of domestic bnppineai and true moral
in which principles nre ntlinned, andprecedents _. ,:davannah,and FEBflUAUT.I \ and he necessary expenses due thrreo lor the refinement which are wetltn so thickly into the

established. There is nod there ______________________ the Su John's River.- 515 68 78 68 year 1851, to wit: stronger: nnd coarser web of our couuu,'* industryend

be thmlry in stick n cnl"'ho Inw The following It'heJole ;has been adopted, which 9 60 60 55 51. 300 acres 3J rate land nsressed to Nicolas Pan energetic rro-p rilY". The Home Journal is the

tin rohlbitinr the slave trmle in lhi. In'tiet, received I rfiows the hours of arrivals and departures from the 3 41 51 6615". ; chz being section 52 of private surveys, township speaker to the heart of this busy nation in the hoursgiven

few Sou*hern votes-that fur tlic re.ti. various ports : 4 33 65 GI) 46 4, south of range 29 East bein in St. Johns County to bappin'ewand relaxation. .
Leaves (:harl ,ton every Tarpdny., at 12 o'clock, .. 5 40 GI CS j !t6'G adjoining lands of Estate of Robert Mickltrr, anKstafr At a,New Year' Prteatjroi a Gentleman to*
.. tutlon of fugitives: Jew Noihern "1"1'. The: ol' which the
Leaves Savannah every 'Ve'nf'sdltYt at 4 r.JIxnvestrackfonviHe 58 71 63 ofEI'Jenkes.Unlets a Lad*. the Home Journal: is one ,re- '
--- principles ut 1)iCCIWi law aro utterly rvpui- cveiy Thumlar.! at 10 A.X. 63 70 71 61 taxes and expenses are paid before .the. men1rvflCe 'i. rr,.*,. *". week, and it i is uusurpa -

n."ut. It rcMitu'iun of fugitives is right or cm.slitutional .- U-svas 1'icolaiacery) ..Thur&l.hyJlt, | 8 r.M. 7 59 f 59. 66 day of sal.. > ? ed as a Rift in Rood tnste
the prohibit II by the Icilcral government EKTCRNINO, I 8 64 56 \ Tlit above nle i i" postponed. lo the first M on- 7\Bsn."For.c-necopy.$2 ; for farce copies t 5

of tho tale of slaves lien or eli O'whrrris I 9 54 65 65 day in June next. for one copy for three years $5 always m ador -
nci4icr > .tiuiiunal. But Pilatka every Friday, it 7 o'clock A. M. 10 66 61 72II GG Subscribers without delay. Address
right n >r nou Leaves .. It. B. '.A OVA, ShiMirTund ex-off. vance. ;
it the littler( wnsx>, the restitution: of fugitives Leaves Plcolaia II j t 10, f0. 62 71 .5-I Tux Assessor and Collector! s. J. c. '. MORRIS & WILLIS,

( would be "",,urll. Lves Jacksonville every Friday' at 3 r.M. 12 41 5fi 65 41 1851". Editors 107 Fulton street,New.Xork.p .
Nov 1
. that Leaves Savannah: Saturday,at 9" A-M. 1336 61 62 -- rtliimiice lo inondnn( Or--
N wJt wunldo lor a nun :o say although ; ;
lieu opposed tiono principbnnd in favor of The FMWOA has beenluih uthlert.he FICrialliu. Tax Collector's Sale. .i 6 dllUulce prolllbUIII. << IlonH and

another he will npprove or cquieco in bolhItamitfhl .- peinwndenceufCaIt. Coxetter: nd her speed and STATE OF FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT, IEP Y virtue of the power vested in me by law 1 Cattle" from- g OIHK at a large w-i: uws:
accommodations for Pasfi-ngers ire oisurpassed by shall for sale before the Court House u' St. Anffiistlne.
as well mii K he would approvu or EASTERN CIRCUIUT. 'ST. JOhNSCOUNTY. expose the City
'acoufcKce in a lie, ifconn'Vted I with a truth any boat ever -placed on the 111 John'd. Freight \ door at Mellonvtlie! on the fir* Monday of July next Be >t orilained by the Mayor and Aldermen of
and passageialowauby any oth#r line. Any further the following described tract of land or n* much St. Avguaine, That it shall also
the 0/
a lid a that contradicted the truth ho de&irei City
very information can be obtained I y applying to either Penelope M. R. Sumner. CompJ. jw CnAJf aT, thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the State be lawful fir the City Marshal' to report to the

to uErin. of the undersigned Agents. | .. \ BiU for Dyrcf of Florida and,Couuty of Orange for the year 1851 Mayor \W owner or keeper of any horse, mare,
slave trade here
of the
-- The '
proljibnion J W CALDWELU Charleston. Deft. aLso
and heifer
Morton to wit.: colt or mole, any cow ,
placed the bail .
era pupcrty. Tint fugitive stnvo law was n 4 FINEGAN It by nttldsvit,filed in this case that Morton Cornish 61, township 16. range 33, south land ust. tIfI the bull the ,City ox or of St. Augustine; contrary to tlieprovisions

t rtfuuuvnt' submission of the innjvriiy in t'on.n. Jacksonville.FORWARD : '. Stunner the Defendant above named resides beyond Hallifrx River. of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and

\ (<< ..* tu the tetms lro compact, thus: sought R R. REID, Piatka the Limits of the State of Florida, BO that the J. SIMPSON, Sheriffand Tax Collector, o. c Cattle '(com going at large within'the city of St. "

tu be ditnornlized. The Constitution required April 10.. 1832. ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. Jan 3. tg52 _. $uguMine."

in words 'he restitution of fu itivs, it con .: Therefore on Motion of McQueen Mclnux-h, Eq. Tax Collector's &alc.N I'ased in Council February 7th. J 8.5.

tiincd no ipquisition to forbid the sale ol slaves T6\VLE Solicitor for the Complainant it is ordered, that notice V virtue of the power vested in uie by law Iii E.J. au MEl>I'tJ' Mayor Pro Tem}'
in (he District.& Taking these two laws, thcic- of the pendency of this suit be given to the said : shall exposcrfor pa.te before the Court howe .

fore, together as they both expressly rtfcr t., 'ATTORNCYd AT 'LA'Y. AND SOLICITORS Defendant Morton C mish Sumner by publicationin door at Mtllonville on the first Monday of July next, ACM AS. HA AC ER.-c. c/ 1_

I'avery, no Southern man eanacqaicwe in, IN : "The Ancient 'City" a Public Newspaper published and the following described! tract ol' land or as much Billiard Table Rod Ten ,Pin Alley.

much J le*< approve them, unlss he believes ,1'CHANCERy.mB9:l in the City of St.for the Augustine of, in three the months County\ requiring thereof aa will pay: the taxes due thereon the State! A l tho Magnolia Retreat, open throughout the.t..day ..
space '
that Circuit 1 "f Orange for the 1851, and Errntnif.
slavery is or flint the of Florida and County year
country him,theeaid Defendant to appear and auswe; if s. MIRANDA:
will Kluruys be too stupid to learn the rijchl., FLORIDA.I the paid Bill, or the rame and the matters and things to wit : James Clark faction -NOT 29 no4
MOS'TOWLE. >ed to in NOTICE.
Fellow citizen when FORWARD, 1 p will be taken Confes. d. 310 acres n
: you hear a Southern WM. A. therein iflleffed as south and theilahlifax
maa: nay,. he is for the Cc"mpf&lmisu.--ask: Late of St Augustine East. Forida.| And it is further ordered, that a hearing had in 42. township River II. Rao'gt31 aston (s Legatees IICRCDY, & others GIVEN interested to all in Creditor, the Estate Heirs i,of,-'
Said Court to
him, hcthcr ho !s to be understood a' ape FROM jACKSONVILLE. tliia'Cas<*. in at the and next for St.June Jrhns Term County aforesaid, at J. SI51P.ONoidri1ta.i! d Tax Co Hmor ,c Henry Klonne late of rft. Johrt Coaaty tiecca uJ,
lie; holden
jfwrtnj or capiiacingi ho answers, "heCcIiescts'ihn J House in the said City of dt. Au nstine. Jan3.t85j : that on the expiration of MXMonitu, from_ the dai-
-- and Mcllonville.E the Court BaltiJmorf' ht"reof.1 will apply' t. the Court: uf Prwoates fur, .'t.c
For Enterprise this 4th day HENRY..14 days from
Dr-ply th? above reasoning Given under my hand, at Chambers QCIIR. JOdEI'lI of St. Jolint afuresaU, fora .inji ltea.t.'l.tof !
l, C: 40 balesflay. Co'insy
him if he TYXDN SDAJS. of February. A. () 1852. ,4110 Win flour 3UUOb (>ln. wd I Estate ... ;
cppntetvcn bme vou found LEAVES ON, THOMAS DOUGLAS Judge, &c. -.30 bags ColT, 10 hhds Sugar. 40 bib Lard. my accoullt with and a Jisciiar{_ a-

a Southern mau, who admits and approve of I Steamer SARAh IPALDING having A true copy from the original order. I t5 Keg iutter. 40 Mis Potatoes XI bib Apple.! 5 ad.itioUtrator i thereof.. FRANC13 BRIDIEU 'Admr.Si. .

the Justness and right of Congress to alo'ish. TIlE newly fitted up. will resume,her regular P. B. DUMAS, Clerk, c. c. rr. JH>S ro. CS.k, Hiee-e 100 bags Oats, 5 cask of Bacon 40 AnTi- ;tin*' Fehrnarr21st tH52.NO .
Wcdfcesday. the 14th Nails. 25 boxes Tobacco. 3
tb..above places on Feh.2Sih.lH52 100 kegs
rfarwy in lie Tfrntorirt tf tAt United State. trips for ins at alt the intermediate tanding8nlpunctually bits Crackers bUll. Molasses. 50 boxes Soap. 2 casks j '.'.to:ti u nereoy givru.that i will,six WitkiI
fur it hlst., toud Choice 1.141'110 Ac. hbds do, In I I date the of Probate of St.
Conirrm have the power prohibit the to leave yny W'dnf'sJ.y Candles. 15 Labels Champagne! 10boxes apply to Judge
wile sluves 'in will euntinur 0ncctingwi1h ,bl' U. s. Uraildy, ll itani Gin Munongahcla Ot.60 boxes chests Tea 10 doz.Broom-. 10 ne.U : Johns County, for Letters of! Administration on the,
the DiKtriel 9u'tluc.'k. : ) Cidt'r.IO
of Columbia, it miming at ::5 'or "\ Old Iri.li and Scotch do. Ale and l)or- ,5 boxes Lemons, 10 cub Estate "f Susan Follid, late of said County Ueefcwd ,
frilit Oranges
hiuHlhe: ,p)mer: fo "ci vufc taycq.I4ay Mail bIeaU1e1tOnLIJ ': avand.b.' ; or to 0C'ngnjf'lIa'nrtt :cr, C!ainpJnc Winr, Wad.-ira, do. Sherry do.r.rr. .. Tubs 5 boxes 15 boxes Starch,400 boxes to ,| ANN HURLBERT. "

wfi. will *uind nnd take it, but rot FKRNANLC7e or pite, 1'laI';, ? I., ...4l'DU.Jan. : do Conjjnss Water, CordiiK ('urtVn.. ,. R.ce.3 March Crate 6th 185' B. E. CACR. Si. ,\,-\I1tn! :M-mli: (db 1853ii' ,
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acquiesce ; .
uaj'jinvi( In. 185:1. &c.. /

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'"T PERPETUITY-: Tax lo Sale. : Collectors Sale
-". -DireetolT.. 'I For the county of Marion,;on the first Mondsyin aT AB JJTY-SECURITY ,
:****** virtue of the vested in me by'.w' I y virtue of the-power vested in m. w.
I (2'hRdkt ll.ltl.OQ 8L George Street nonh of December.. $900,000.THE BY power B by .
nohf the Methediat of 1aehaa and Levy, on the Iee- expose for sale before the Court House I shalI'ezpe for sale before the Coert ifZZat
;" >I de Pubae dquare pod On* door ; For the ccuntl s MUTUAL LIFE iNSURANCECoi1PANY Mellonville
I the first JalyiextS
of on Monday of
Church.., jJTsria -, : ondMonday in December. door at 'ellonville on the fir..t Mondcy July nextthe
; J&CM. Oa Treasury Law, Nonh of For the county of Columbia. on the third Monday YORKNO.35 WALL Simj /,.- | Wlo.,ing deteribed tracts of land or so much following described tract of land or so modiirt ;
OF NEW tLeaeof, will the taxed due thereon the State as will pay the taxes due thereon ihe< Stata
in December. pay f
thePublic J849/09PO-
Square : NOT.1st 0
t t Ciy II."L Oa Charlotte sad Bay Street a few ,The U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine, on the LXl ET 000securely Accumulated invested Fund.in Bonds and Mortgages 01'Florid a and Conity Orange from the year 1845, Florida 10 wit :and County of* Orange for the year, ISsr. I

doors ronih Eaat of the Poblie Square first Monday in April and Brooklyn, and stocks 10 and including 1851 to. wit: I ,
4 rU.lTi Hotel. On Charlotte Street and Treasury THE THATBIAER. S GUIDE.ROUTES on ofthe real estate and in this city.of New York tfnd United I 100 acres belonging to or supposed to belong to 300 aces oflan
Lai!,'north of the Public Square,annexed to the States State City / Robert Shepherd an:I Jose: Sane Vex being in sectic bring In section 44. township 15, nnre-aa,,* *, ranJ -
CHARLESTOS. Government. 50 34 the known as DIIbard"s east on Hallifax River.J. .
) Florida Iloose.., FROM This fund is Increasing by. rfriHely extended township 17 range place :
rapidly SIMPSJ.V Sbcriffand Tax
'" ; BOARDING HOUSES1 Cana!. Collector, e. C'.
Mitt Fafto.' On t George Street.a few dooraSotlh From Clcrletto Ie New Tort. Leaving daily at The and prosperous declared business.a dividend/ol/ profits of fif Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the day jan 3, 185 J S
f of the Court Hovse and Public Square. 31-9 o'clock T. x, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 all existing pohcies on the 31st of tale. Tax Collectors -
ty-two cent
a. N. Pan. On Bay street, corner of Bay and miles.-By Railroad Weldon miles. To Petersburg per on n't:.
Garden Lane. "* 63.-To Richmond 22.-To Aoquia Creek of January, 1848. J 'among Aim 991 0 acres asscssei to Cluike and At. B" virtue of the power vested in .... by l law

POCTORS.Jhet. Z ZDod. 7i).-By Steamer to Washington 55.-B Railrdsd to All tbe Profit Iusnr are dl/lded d. .S kinson,being in section 37, township 13, range 2y > expose for sale before the Court Hoil

F. Wtedtn. Office at hu Dweilio g Uooae Baltimore.4(1-To Philadelphia 92--To NfW-York The premiumsare tbe payable ift cash annually semannnally south and eat at Haw Creek. W.A. Forward.Af at Mellouville on thr lint Monday of Joy! nextAi

CI 0 Bridge SUn1'Do ; 87. Total distance 771 wiles.Time 60 hours. Fare interest being added on the Abo, COO acres in Township 18, South range following Jtxcribeil tract of land or so mnch t'i.r
( ; '.Jokn B. Peek. Office on St. Geoge.S&eCt.ofihe 820. deferred, or quarterly. / 35, east,assessed to the heirs of Caroline Mat of as will pay th ,taxes due thereon th* Stale if

I I dOor North' Com Ilousei The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charlestonevery The cash payments.principle adopt by this Company Hardy, south of New Smyrna. S Floridaaad wit County of Orange fertileyrars IMI .

; I I DRUGGIST. :; tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock r x. the for whose, benefit the insurances Abu 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caroline to : c
cures to
: P. C, Zylttra. Chemist and Drujgeat,Charlotte Thro in 60 hours. Fare (State-Room) S25 are effected,parties the whole of the advantages, without McllarJy. being in sections 49 and 50. Dod 3304 acres on the West side. and 815 aet'Pto"-'

Street. I It From Ctarlttton to Philadelphia.-The Osprey subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumu- part in Township IP, range 34 and pan in town- the east lideorUalhtaz River aM-Nltd, to Pritt
t I leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, lated premium notes / hip ia. end range 5 south of New Smyrna. .Miranda bring in section 39
: LAWY.RS. > r.*.-through in 60,hoars. Fare $20. Persons effect 11osnranc', on their own lives Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the 29 south suit east. "
E.B.totUd.. Counsellor at Law-office on Ar- from Ckarlettonto: New-Orlean Leaving: daily and the lives may of ; A married woman can'in- day of rale. J. SIMPSON :iheriJI'and Tax Collector*a B
j illery Lane. ;" 10 o'clock H..BJ S. Railroad to Augusta 136 Othitf. hich Ian 3. 1852
ai A. cure the life of nd.the benefits( are
a. A. Putnam.. Attorney and Councilorat miles.-By Georgia Railroad W Atlanta1 171.-By of herself or children. AIsoSOOQ acres assessed Philip R. Young ly-
secured by law use ART UNION OF'
ing in sections 37 and township 21 south PIIJLADELPUJlIu \
I Law'office, Picolata street t Macon and Western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By / range .
George B.FairltnJct. Attorney and Counsellor*t Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery salaries 30, anJ township 21 south range.31, east, being on br HBO -Lt'blatn 'c of
Clergymen aid all others dependent upon Lake Jessup .Forward Azent.
Law-office in the Court House. 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331.To New-Orleans of 5' Pennsylvania.
i-- 166. Total distance 1,006 miles. Time 123 hours.. are speciaUy invited ro avail themselves be secured a resource Deles taxes and txpi-nses. are |>aiJ 'before tin* FOR TilE PROMOTION OF TUB
whereby their surviving familcs may day of sale.
PUBLIC OFFICES.; Fare $39.50.From the nil or I S ARTS. OFIWSMGtVIJV TS. 'A
Post Office.' G. E Liombios, Post:; Master, Court Ckarletttmto Nne-Orleant Savannah, Pamphlets&explanatory penury. of the principles of Mutual Also 1000 acres ofland in section 37, townships U IT.:.D rA.r 1 :

House. : daily at S A. x. 'By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. Life Insurance,and illustrating its advantages with 17 and 18. range 30, assessed to David R
Surveyor General". Office. B. Ai Putnam SaiI and Western Rail Dunham,being Lake BerrUford. St. Johns River "" "'
t -By Central Railr**. to Macon forms,of application,may be obtaiurd at the office 01 on OFFICERS. 0. ..
I veyor General,on Hospital Street,COrDer of Artillery road to Bsrnesville 40.-By Stage lo'Opelaka 100.- the Company,35 Wall st., or of any of its agents, Hrxnv C. CARET Pretidnt. WHUAX D. KftuVYtee ,
; Lane and Hospital Street. ; I By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile I TRUSTEES Unless taxes an4 expanses are paid: before the Pretideut EnwAW P. Mcrcnstt, Irtit- i

.40.Jle-A. T.! Noda, Register of Public' 331.-To New-Orleans 166.Total distance 1,032 Jos Collins, David Golden day of sale. urer. E. II. DCTLER. Recording Secret .. 5 0 1 i
I t Land*-office in the Court House. { .. .miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39.'SO.MISCELLANEOUS Alfred Edwards, GEOROE. DEwEY ",
Wm/J Co"
i .f Thot.' T. JtutteU. Receiver, office In. Court TABLE. Hyslop, Also 600 acresoflmndlyingln section 40,township R4iIlZ See. /j jMAN'AGERST
I t IIouM-, : R ;l McCurc'y, Wm Betts, 17 south range 33 east,assessed tu the esta'e ---00- J' Sr.
t I t Distances. FareTime.. Ered Winston Joseph Blunt. of Lind Tot .near New Smyrna Foiwardagen I
: fvdet ef Pro!"" (G.Humphrey's'Judge,) office To Athens Ga., 221 m. $7,95 20 h. a W Isaac Pearson, y John
t'I Faber .
'I in the Court Houje.I ; 31 Unless taxes and expenses are paid before, the I. Sartam.: Charles: 'Toppan. James S. Wallace .
"Chattanooga Tenn., 445 13,12 John P Yelverton Henry Wells,
day of sale. Clnrles Micak-3ter, E. II. B itl
1 PeterB. Dumu. Clerk Circuit Court office, in 4.00) 8 < >"r. henry S. Patterson .
; the Court: House. "Columba, S.C., 130 Theo Sedgwick, Wm'Moore'" AUo 900 acres missed to John Robinson being M. D., Charles G. Lelan.I. Willhtn Dl Lew.

f ,I B./tulB.CtlaoN. 'SherlffandTuz Collectorof-- "CamdtD, S C.. 142 .4,00 9 8 / Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, part of a tract of 2060 acres granted to Briggs and is,Joseph D. :ite\\art.J. D., E.twin R. Cope,

: I j Lice in the Court Honae. ; "Hamburg,Teun.S. C., 740 136 28,00 4,00 // John John II Swift, I Jona David Miller A Comstock, Robinson being in section 38,township 15, range 32 Fdward P. Mitchell Johu S. Hart,A. M., ,

11 I! Collector ./ Custom John M'. Hanson, officer- "Memphis Passengers for,either of the above places leve S M Cornell Wadsworth Robert Shuyler and township *15, range 33, S and E on Hallitax James L.Clazhoro. S
; Pl&ntersHoeL River.
I Iuput..J Cut.i ... On Howard i office in Charleston, doily, by S. C. Railroad, at 10 o'clock GUDY,M Wilkins James Chambers, Unles Taxes and expenses are paid before the day Every HZenabcr. .for the Year I -'.

I Howard Buildings, Market square. ; A. M. _/ I John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman of sale. VV' ill receive, fur eaca Sub cripUoaof,. IITa DuUb..
Fred Moses H GrinneD '
: I. H. Bronte Conn Northern Tax Collector Sale y Whittlesey, a print ofHUNTINGTON'S .
U. S.
Judge Also 66 assed Cornelius BlonroV the
acres to on
H b law I Charles Wm J Bunker
j virtue of the verted in me Ely,
: I District Florida, office in the Court House.: BY: for power sale before'the Court j House John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh Wekiva Creek bounded on the south by George R.Fairbanks .. "CHRITIANA ANb 11E11CHILDRE1" ;
i O. R. Fairbanks Clerk U. Court office in expose
if 8. land*. Unless taxes: and expenses: are '
of next Walter Francis S Lathrop, I
(f the Court House. :: door at Jl/ellonvilleon the first Momfsy July Joy.
: the following described tract of land Or so much Alfred Pell J 0 Thatcher, paid before lii.: day of sale. Engraved ly JOSEPH ANDREirS,SoaL,,. ..;
I Drpnty ltLrrd l. George I. Zchubanr, office in J SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector.o.c : AND THC COMPANION
thereof, due the State JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. ,
; the Court will pa'lhe taxes thereof? S
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I ,
I the 1851' ABBITT jail 311. 1852. A print of Hnnlinzloift "HERCTP&. DREAM.
i I f v JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. of Florida and County Orange for year Isaac Secretary. __ :
r Engraved by A./1. FtrL"Or
: : Gad. nllD1phr '...office in the Court House. to wit JOSEPH BLUXT, Counsellor. Tax Collectors Sale. RITCHIE .Vn
:: : Geo. 6339 acres assessed to Thomas/ ''itch being m G. R. FAIKBASKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. the choice of!any,twi of theYn"lowing
;'t p PkiUipt, Notary Public office
I !, ,Street, a little North of the Market-and nex on door Bay section 36, 3J, and 42. Townships{ 14 and 15. Feb 16th. BY :virtue of tV! power rested in me bylaw, I S Four Splendid EUifravlup,

I j to the Post office. range 32. J. SIMPSON. "Shf'ritrand Jtm1f it1m 8) m. expose; for sale before the Court Hous ., viz : ,
door at Mellouville on the first JI.JD.by of July
i. Ian 3.1852. / Tax
;CITY OFFICERS! 1.- Kxax's TNTtcntw wmtSCUTS l\fuy Qt'tUor
I ST. AUGUSTINE, E. P. next, the following described tract of land or w S
Mayor Get. L. ,Paintelg &
Pkillipt. : Leutzr. hngrated Sorts .
much thereof will! the due tlu- **
lotunMCt Tax Collectors Sale as pny taxes thorron
c Andreu\ 2..RCTU.&ND DOA Pai111d 6y Rot
I Paid Anon, Yrirtue ofthe power vested in me by law I THIS L STA BLISHMENT hay State of Florida and County of Ora':t. tor the year S ; ttf S.irtaia
I B ... Medici,. ) Aldermen. shall expose for,sale before the Court House lml; ing undergone Thorough Repairs this 1851, to wit: 3.-MEXCY'S; DCEAJI,Painted by Hunlintot Efgnredly -
I 'j F. / Quineey, J v door at jl/ellonville on the first Monday of July present season, is now read for b69 acres of land being pin. of n !mint of1000( Rit ,lie. !.
JI I CUrl ,the next, the following described tract of land or so acres assessed to Domingo .\ciftn.in' o'c'li'ln 3Stownblu'p CJEI3TU.1A'
.j City Council, Charles Haager; office reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND A.XD HER CRiLDa Painted tj H.JKtiugton.
at the Council room. I I much thereof will p'a /the taxes due thereon the TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious ;: 20, Range 31 35 near FluwnJvr Creek .Engraved ly Andttat.AnJ .

Cite Martkal. and Clerk the Market F.Pi Mate of Florida and County of Orange for the Indian River. of the
of copy
Apartments. .
Ferreira 1 year 1851, to wit : / I J. JiLVPSON, SlteriffanJ Tax Collector: o can .
" < PORT-WARDENS f '. 100 acres nssessed to Joseph M Hernandez in Room, Airy Clean, and IVcat-, 3J 1H52 Plum Ici)liIa Art ITufan .Reporter.'
J' i A m..l1t1tI-pltmpfat'.colitailliQ! the .
furnished a report ot tra *
/. C. Zz.tr rk. section 43, township/14 32 south and Den itftdff handsomely.IVotliiti -
I.I Cl Haagef Jo E. romar.r ., range east. Tax Ciilkclurssale.. actloruo the IiHiItuiion, nml iufo'tnariun on the
J. SlMPdON Sheriff and Tax Collector ? Wanting.The
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I Y virtue t'fth jv!>-T v' 'cl in r.t" I r 1:1\\: PiT>|" ? nptli. Finert,
: Jan. 3. 1852. jF/ousj is well known as being rc-enlly
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AUCTIONEER. I shnll! t>r sal before the Court |!<> TIlilOUGIIOUr TUB
expose n.:<1" WIiyLE I .WORLD.
&9. Center F. P. Ferreira J. Stricha.I I Built, Expressly with a view to the accom- __
"i-! : A. 'J'axGotkc2urS Hale.Y : -I door at JMioiivine on the! (first Morvnv! of July M>
odation of Invalids and others
B virtue( the* ower vested in me by law I. entirely t' next. the foU"in d xrih-J tract of 1 mil or so The \rt Union of Philadelphia: nwaM prfart ta
J built of Wood with Rooms Fold.
MERCHANTS. shall expose fur sale before the Court house connecting, much thereof us will pay the taxes due therroa the
its ow.i Car .i..cates w.th wfiieli! ; original .\America
ljt',Burlirijcame & Uowk-Corner of St. (George : door at %ren D.me on the first Monday of July next ing Doors, &c., which renders it Free (from State of FlonJo; and <*o.iu/y flf Oranste double" tax- A-orksof may purchased in-nny part of liel

0,aDd Treasury Lane. : .the following described, tracts of land or so much Dampness. Fireplaces.Blinds windows I I...pj from:_ the yt-ar 1845 to. aud..inclJjcg. 1851, to States at the option rand avlecliou of ihepvisoa wfc
---Btrrottgkt B. Car,. Wholesale and Retail dealer thereof .a'"; wlit pay tb;.UN do. throa ihe State through, opening on Piazza PromftnadeTwo"Hundred .wh' "" -. -"'" -r- obtain'ft priz ":atlhr t '

I of tiNt quality Family Groceries of all kinds Li- Florida7 and County Orange to wit: FeeL Protection from Rains, Cold I 5:13 acrra aswseJ to Theresa KoJrigues, In may Annual Ditrlbntloit,' :

quori &c.,,No.2 East aide Charlotte Street, North Nine Tenths of 41$00 ntcres of land granted to 1 Winds.&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from' 8t'clioI31. township 19. rang'; i-23.: Which lakes 5 jlace on the Krening nf the laslt&

.' of the Public square.Ifeofge Joseph/ Delespin, oppotite M errata Island Indian I confinement at all seasons of the year.- Unless taxes. anti rtIJf! nie! ore piuf' lefore/ the Jay in Year.

Bun. LKaler in Staple and Fancy Dry River/doubled taxed from the year, 1845 to and including The House is situated facing Soath in central day of sale. J. cIMPriON', Sh-riflTan-J; TilE EXECUTIVE ecery'tJGilillTTEE OF THf

Hoods, West side of Charlotte street, a few doors IS1)!' position, and retired from other.: Dwellings. jau 3. 1:3.:: >2. _Tax: r."nr.tn! o c. S .
South Treasury Lane., Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ot The House contains 45 Rooms with additional -- UNION. --

\ sea M. WaJceman. Wholesale and Retail' dealer rai?. J. SU1PSON. Sheriff and .- Parlours, Dining, Setting Roomsand con- ; -THE' WORLD AS IT PAScEa.:: When so rerrnestet,select works of Art,wiboutektrj

of Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store ,on the /Jan. 3d. 1852 Tax Collector o c. veniences in general For Accommodation S or compensation from their
f Grand floor of the Goods Store ; FREE CAI.LEItV,21oCI1cNUh STREET
City Hotr-I-DI'1 ;:
be .
/ surpassed.The "
Tax Collectors Sale. those persons inthe'country. whi may Ere Ifo
Charlotti '
; street ,Building.Mitttt ,
virtue of the vested in law I well earned Reputation this House mute from Gal'eri ,or public exhibition of ticFine.
power me by
S. N. Pinlckam. Dealers in i
.4 Fancy .
Goods.I&e. opposite the Planters Uotel on. Eastside BY expose (I'r sale before the Court HoUr has from Year to Year acquired/it: will be the UOIE: J4)JRLAL'FoR 1S53: ,\rts.

Charlotte street.' doorat Mellonville on the first Monday of April "ext Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain, and I A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.

Pedro B,.". Dealer Groceries Proriwons,&c. the following described tracts'of I land or so rruch for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns Sa'w-r5ptit>:),. of in J"'j Hiip? -53, sm 1 I be JI aife.

"; corner of Cona and St. George street. thereof, will pay the taxhs due thereon the 'State her thanks. l"JBLISW WEEKLY AT TWO DOLLARS A TEArt.: .w.irl/ :.1 {pncti ,ibt*, H i* t>* :uid.nt.pus,

I F. / Qviney. Watch maker and Jeweler!; on of Florida and County of Orange .for the year 1851 Tbe Table will be supplied with choicet early .,:jii'ienof the ., t;)>::.3r.* whic will be far

:;"I George,srreet nearly opposite office of Dr.Peck. to wit : Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks, Venison, THE FIRST ItrXBEE OF THE KEW' SERIES WILL BR warded upon the receipt: of the money to any pitt

Thot. NcUJM. Retailer of Boots Shoes Caps, 144 acres of land being,part of 'a tract of Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time ISSUED OS THE FIRST OF JANUARY .NEXT. of the countiy. S

\.. Hats and Dry !Goods east side of Charlotte* street, 520 acres the estate of Anton ia Ponce North our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or The Honorary Secretaries will give recerptt ri fat

comer of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. of Smyrna Barr, doubled taxed. more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this THE Home Journal has now become univcrsa.' subscriptions rrniituncr mtV be made to
Lawrence Andreu. Tailor Charlotte, street, There are few familess of cultivated habits-(few of GEORG W. DEWEY .

near the Fort Also, 233 acres of land on the East Ride of House.Horses, Carriages, Ponies: Guns, Fishing ,those who seek Sto enliven and make home the most I S Currespo.iJiizj .&:rtJeI1'I,

Join Utlna. Boot maker, barb tie. street near Lake Georgesupposed! to belnnir to Domingo Tackles;Boats for Excursion,&c. intilligent and attractive place--who do not now 210 Chusnut Street, Philadelphia.

tbe City Hotel. : Acosta, in section 38, towuship 13 ,range 27, Very Respectfully, receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the .
Michael Nelligan-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte double taxed. r PROPRIETRESS. gold threads of domestic happiness. and true moral TO POSTJJASTEKS.FTf .

.' atref't.be low' T.n-P ranee UeU.I : refinement which are wenD BO thickly into the POST OFFIeRSTAMPS.
/.An AT i..fjr. Black smith and Gun Smith,near '. J SIMPSON, Sheriff end and coarser web of our couutry'li udllhtry; .
the North Gate of the Cit). jan 3d, 1852: Tax Collector o. c. If. B.-It Is the wish of the Pro and stronger energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the !II 2 undersigned Postmastefnt Pleaaaal GwtJL
that the Servants attached : Alleghany C.'o.,Maryland, was the first person U
I ; S Tootb Powder, tc.! speaker to the hearts of this busy nation iu the hoursgiven
: BowlingKey.. Liquor and' Sefretkmentt, by D..i Clevelaiid's Tooth Powder, Engluh to the House nhould be civil, attcii- : to happiness and relaxation. the U. S who conceived? and undertook offices extensivelylopiblish.lheidem with
F. Bridier. C>. Hotel. Toc.th Ushei. live, and obliging. of supplying post ,
: ) ; Cologne Water, French Soap. At a New Yeas Present from a Gentleman to a
i.i ; ,PkilipGome*. Retailer o(Liquors, n.r-freahmeDta. C mp'aor Soup Honey Soap assorted Perfumest ODD'S a Lady, the Home Journal is one ol which the remembrance cheap stamps. All stamps made by him are war ,
r j. '-c., Charlotte street, opsite Bridier' Bowling Philieome Oil, Bears Oil, toilet Powder fine Sponge CARMICHAEL DIKE. it rr.t> ...if week, and it it: unsurpassed ranted equal or superior to any other tbat- aa !It
I DRUDGING M \. at the flame pricrand whenever any art
,> Alley.I ::: Hair Dye, Rose Water Military Shaving Soap, undersigned have been' appointed (agents .is a gift in good tn.!te.7RJU."Foronecopy,82. procured in defective or un. tJactorf.'.implicates
out any
Straps Brushes sent way
r Roger's Perfnmary, Jockey Clubb THE for three copies $5
owners of his invention,and would recommend ; shall be furw.irJed. on notice, witbert
&c. Also
an assortment ,
Roger's & for for three S'-nlwli .n advance. -
I\e ricvlata Mail&. Bridle horn's it to Contractors Companies: or Individuals, or one copy years charge. AU who order a lid of stamps wins en*-
of ,' City Cutlery, Fancy note and Bath letter P'per Subscribers without Ileln,. Address
about work ot thc following description ,
t. Hotel. / at retail by. B E CA1R. who are doing MUllllla & U'lLLH, FOR DATES, at Two Dolhr/Hily-ifor thirty plecesm
t I Not ,VIZ.Extensi.e: shall be kept in stamps alllilmum.AJIress ; .
1' CHURCHES. 29'S drainage of Swamps, Marshes, and "u- S Edito, 107 Fulton ire-t, Nf'w-"'Jrk. "Post J/oster, Pleasnt Gro/eAlkpll1

r. Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I gar I'lantations. S S to ad Or- Co. MJ S
Roman Cttholic/Chunk. North side Monnmensquare. B ii ordinance a me au
Levees around Plantation Towns,
\ / I IEpitcopal hull expose: Tor sale be ore the Court Hons Building or I 1i diiiauce prohibiliH: DBnK..a'ndattre .
Channel and Bars at the
Cktrck. South side Monument square. door the at Mfllonviiie on the first Monday of Augnstnext month Opening or Rivera and way Harbors. removing | from going at largo within TO L.\llGEj L'LANTERS.:

Pretbiteriin Ckttrck. On St. George street, following described tracts of )land or so Making Canals through Swamps marshy or sandy the City of St. Angmtiue. Valuable Tract* of Land far Sale _
Mouth of the. much thereof as w-'ll pay the taxes due thereon the S fie it nrdtlined by the Minor and Aldermen of *
qnare. : fgl HE sab nber as Age-it: of the several 0""!
.Mttditt Episcopal Clure St. George street 1851.State of to>> Florida wit and Co*:Dt)' of Orange for the year ground.Deepening water around Wharves and Piers. r the City of & Augustine, i'hut i' fcha'll ulso JL offer for sale some of the mos.valuable faw

near the Msgnoha, House ., 750 acres;of Land in Tumbull Keeping open channel 1 way through Lakes and Rivver be lawful for' the City Mar.-hal to report to the I in East Florida to wit : S
swamp. be'ong- :Mayor the or keeper of horse', mar, boo acres valuable hammock ltn.i. West cfFl**
removing Rafts or sunk"n Logs tearing owner any i :
COURTT in2 or supposed to belong to Wm G Foot returnedby & ; up
f, (TF.aM8 pp. EASTERN CIRCUIT Benjamin A Putnam. Root. of Trees etc. [gelding[ colt or nrile. and also any cow heifer i ington known as the GiM I.in'Uin :\Ja ott CA,

/ OF FLORIDA. To pe'sons desirous of improving waste Lends by bull, ox or calf l found ruuning at l large within the r 1100 acre near the AlacLuSavanna, kno *'u
\ SrilKQ TKRB.F Also. 350 acres belonging or supposed .to belongto drainage this machin can be be recommended as the the City of St. Augustine ; contrary 'tl) the provisions the Carey Grant. S
": .r the CojntJea of Orange and St. Lode, at MeUloonile Chariot T Goberl., returned by William AFor- only one adapted to all the purpose necessary of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses and 1400 acres in s man Felns Vammock nerNc",

r on the first Tuesday in April and on theE ward. To those who are building: or rrpninng Canals, or Cattle from going at large within, the city of St. nanrville. known as the Lnwtori Lands.Srveral .

\ third;Tuesday before the first Monday in Noycrai Alo, 9"0 acres 1 belonging or supposed to belong drains it. will be found immense value, as it will AusrustintPassed-." 'S S thousand acres good and i to the An**

ber. /ineacb and every year. to Robert Martin returned by B.A. Putnam deepen the Canal andat the name time form an embankment in Council February 7thrJtfS2. duiijo Grant.

I For the coutty ofPotnam, at Pilalka second, Tues J SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector o. c I or levee. E. J*., de lIEDI.t:5lnyor: S Pro Tern. 7000 acres on Halifax River, Souih of St. At-

danApril. Jan Jlet. 1852. I This machine is used with either horse or steam Attest. guetineknown as the Dulow Plantation having 8N
11, I For the coun'.y" of Marion,at Ocala, fourth Monday 5 5 power which can be Increased to any exte-t. CHAS. HAAGER.c. c. acres ofupcn land suitable for cane and cotwa,

I of ApriL They are now in rucccssful operation in all part of And several other bodies of hammock bud *$
Tax Collector t
tr the coontiesof Alachna and Levy,at Newn nlc, :he county and may be seen at Charleston,South Carolina I I Billiard Table ami Trii Pin Alley. navigable' waters.
: isrille, first Monday in May. : virtu- of the power vented in me bylaw I ihe Magnolia Retreatopen throughout the !
it) By ; Nan Yard Pensocoln! ; and on the Canal At The titles are undoubted. and term* !101r-.AI'P1
f I t'or' the Cod.y of Columbia. at Alligator on the expose for sale before the Court House tween Ualveston: and San Louis. Hay and -Eveninz. to FAIRBANKS.Feb .

: t I ', MOO'd Monday .f}fa). door of in the city nextVthe TofSt Acgustine on the first M..- I[I By application to J.S. SECOR. Eq., our .\"-be-I Nor 29 no48tf S. 1\1 lit \NDA. 23.1853 GEO.St.An-u-.tia R. ...FloriJaSchr. .
day followi described
For the counts of Nassau at Nassau C. Hon the May g property at Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida : -
\ Wednesday befc re the fourth Monday May. or so much inert-eras will pay the State and county NOTICE.
II For the county* of Dura), at Jacksonville, on the taxes and the nscessary expenses due thereon fur the drawing the of the ei machine can lie seen, with information IS HEREBY GIVEN to all C toelitol'l'. Heirs FLORIDA dura from New york 90 j

: ourtbMondaytMay.$ year 1851 to wit : | asto cost. Lpateea, Jc others interested in the Estate tif .- hay, 50 libls. Flwir, 5 lihJ"l *u|f f, j

; For the County of St. John's, at St. Augustine A lot of Iud In the city of St. Augustine boon I July 12th 1851 GILBERT & ,SECOI Henry Klonn late of rit. Johns; County deceased 15 bbl Crtrk'rs O sack St11t :ild 12-1 pack

} : on the second M aday in June. ded on the east b Dragoon or Spanish street ajid, New York that on .expiration' of six Months from the date nji' to B. E. Carr, 10 boxm (I. Burt, *UD.1tV i
FALL TEKJf. lots of G Pomar i nd A Masters, on the West by U hereby given to all pen .nl having claims! ,V' f'reof.1 will apply t* the Court of Proba/tes/ for the packages to Burliiigamc IIgtkanJothcr .

For the counties of Orange and St. Lode, Tuesday Tolomato street,' >n the South by lot of Joseph j Notice: tne Estate of Susan F. Perpall tie County of St. Johns aforeraM fora] final settlementof -

before the Mbqdav November. Andrea deceased >n ,the North by an alley.*ai
'Fortht' county Putnam i at Pilatka the second wasorriginally ow td by the late George Bartlett. by law, or such claims will forever be barred. I' administrator thereof. TAX COLLEirroRSBLANK DEEDS
" Tuesday before the first Monday of November. : deceose l'andassei ed to G. R. Fairbauks containing S V. SANCHEZ AminUtntor. I FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. at this Office. J

:;;; Forthe county of St. John's on the first Monday 'in all two acre i more or less April 3d 1852.PUblic I S.. Anznstine February a lat 1852. _. __ *tT

r: i in November. Unless taxes and expanses are paid before the .
: For the county of Nasrai, Thursday. before the day of sale. I Meeting--Private Rooms.Sitting \ Opening-Oraneey, Lemons. Apples > v Schr.% FloricJR now discharging Bullrt

II'i third MondayofNovembet. V. B.CANOVA.ShrriiTand ex-oflT. t for temporary purposesalway* in N Pota.o, Prun-, Pe I\utl. assorted Lrirsl,Crnr.kcrs.Purk,I Iuns ILecusho IISU'

4 t For the county of Dora, on the third Mradiy Tax Assessor end Collecter, s. :.c. readiness! at the Magnolia: Retreat. Preserves, Confectionary, Srgnw. Liquors. &.e. ili'ni, with n full nJttmrtme'lit of rirlifI -* J

:::: November ; I : Nor 1,1851. J JJ" t Nov 59 no4dtf S.MIRANDA. :March 2? / B. E. CARR. I ly kept at.thc lowest prices by B. E 'ARR '
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