The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00097
 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: July 31, 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: UF00048575:00097

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t' ...'r"UJ..DJ.&E.LI. who 1 .-although* native- VVQWWUW of Virgihia Dr* ;.boaU W W that. COfJ1mine.A'' ttjdiiia5errp i Ji,: ao,ums! could-not. rrespect; 'myseifjif,,in .. ;goittat to"wtichreveryuestlao'of'policy 1w 11d..1ftUIt,.ifI '_. .

-c, fB. Y It.A 1" U.B.D A Y 111, ; bu "ova* no*2a" ":anel declares(hat'he U** in nominate Kellogg! 'Greylydz, Co., in their efforts To as is '.ov waging; in the Northern ,State,1 wry Pr r.nd.tbIDk it due.tooarselvet 1*td. .
BY. B. l .DYUUr of the gradual emancipation" of the Scolt; and to prostrate Fillrnoreahd could consent to abandon.those, who' fight for1 to re-elect bit Fillmore,. 'chkrf
1. IVANOV A, t lave of otherft and thai "it i*, a moral obli every Nort6 r ILt' 'ctrl bothtata rut uw..diT..CL ,ciora" of those whodo.own them to "exter storm abolition 'J must have misunderstood gard I he elect ion of Scotl as the annihilation,of and if 'General Scott bad .

IT*Asrsr scum wit 'be liMerted at OnPOLLIS minate *& ery> --wbu U the.candidate the FreeSou these gentlemen, or their opinions have great. all our Northern friend, :If from: motive of. to the country, as it it'taU presented be does' himself
per square of 19 line* or undrr for the lice dement of the Whig.plrtf-whoae election ly chanedvitnce; arid, i may; haye'nisundet- : of mere policy, arid to secure nominal party' at tbe representative of that privately,
policy we in the '
UtrllO. .tAd .IftrsLtxtiforlertbatttaa. j!. *pe ialljr urged by the enimics tof the fugi flood General! Scotf, <>r" be/ too may have triumph, the South abandons those friends South would have.givenhim our cordial! -
i' tive slave aw and ottter agitator+ and aboli changed his opiaion. now, who will ever again raise his voice in de port and I doubt not he would have sop- '
eoat IturrUoa, Adedoctlon will be made for uoUee tionwl--and whose oomipsuion But auppoatag.that'tbere 'is fence of her If Abolitionists been "
is barely tolerated sir even no rights ,to please triumphantly elected. I am sure ,
;ln &for six month*. by a few Southern men who prefer policy I doubt as to the souiidness' <0i,General Scotl'a and get their votes) (and that is the .appeal l sentiments ot the Pi evident, when Jar speak, that the he ,-,
f ST All advertisement moat be paid for before to principle,' because ho can get more,ant. private opinions, we had a right fo'to'demJnd made to us,) we desert these men who, in standing would in leach case, have heartily rejoiced
insertion,nales*,Jb/ a regslar cutomer. By refertiag tlacery rota rhea anyone el so -if, rirl,I say, public )expression( of }jhem and i flbink, from! by the Conlitution.bave.1to9d by us, we the election of General Scott,at he would now .,
to.oar, tern,the rrgnidtettnm,-iny be,, aaeerUlkd I went togivo my support td ntcb a man, on all that 1 ran" !leer, that the great"rrisss'of Iho deserve to be spit upon,.and.,to .be made the I at the election ,of any one who hat publicly '
I aaa r transmitted i with the adrertbement.. lit form* proposed, ana in view of all the circumstance Southern Whigs will'consider,' that, he ban already bondmen of those who .would' liberate our avowed and will run' as the representative of ,t
JOT Adrertiemenu 'm'.rked with *, post and present, I feel that 1 put off tbier public avowal too Ion*.- slave that principle of which he is to. worthy '. I
not" the.}. nnm- would.ineritlhcexecrarionoflnoacI represent,! Ho has cilowed the anti-elarery and'anti-oom I Sr,1 have an abiding ftlilbtl the sectional imbodiment. an.
! l eta of insertion v re mlrej, will, 'be"eoDt- ;, DDt t wish this remark applied, to mvaolf alone. .parlies to/ally t'under bra name. Under i organization headed, Scott, Seward, and -Even at the time that it was uncertain "what :'.

I fcrlli, aa cI chas cd'fog 1 am not questioning tba,notivca of others. Ib"cry of Scott ana Kopeol, the worst agitators i Mongumr will not control the,Whig.National was his position,. when: it,was asserted that '
'i Notice to Debtor mad Creditor, : $7 00 They can reconcile their actions to their. own nnd-revilers:8f the l41w. ofihe:country, Con,ntlon. .1 know the potency.of the means fag would soon make a public declaration'AU '
: Att ieatloa'for Letter of A'dminbtrairoa, "'5 00 consciences. and tho patriots who passed-them, have been. .I resorted to effect their object,but 1 think;,they Jafactory to the South, no Southern Slate bus v ;

fi CT All religion notice'wiUr be"care.ned'n.foI i. Now, Mr. Chairman I think I have shown sent to the Whig National Convention, sworn will all fail. The bragging and bullying Delaware expressed> .a willingness testate: for 'J
IoVlt .. l' rBX why the Souborn SIpigant least'should demand friend of General' Scott. Ho would not speak frighten the timid, the temptations alluring him. I
; : of their candidate; n.puWic, committal to before these elettor--nor tilbe.had the convention promises presented 1 leading politicians All.tbe Southern people know of bit o !jai.. : I
'All biB*for Job Printing, most be' paid onUwdelimf !a policy which to them and to the whole. filjcdjvlth I ,men,,,commii:cd.o.biro,and land members of the convention,, the means ons questions of deepest interest to them at
+ of the work. ."' country is vital. Besides, stet circumstance, to his mum policy tbinkftbe. Southern pea resorted to, to have Scott men .elected ,to 'that this lime,is contained in I tellers published some

. II O AH letter jeabadoe ,and commnnlcatioo, to which I shall allude, make it do'ib lid it1 I pie will now say it is too late.' It) my judgment convention; the effort mode.to, weaken.theInfluence years ago from one of which the letter to Mr. 'r
most be lost riu to recetre'attenuon.Ordla correctly understood General''.Scott's position it t Is doubtful 'if he' could:now write a .letter ot national Northern Whigs; the gross Atkinson I have quoted: and to another bit I
when 1 said that,per *e. ha was4 entitled I which would restore him totbrconfidence.of misrepresentation: of the motives, purposes,and celebrated Canada letter? written on. 30th
the support of cofnnrprni mcn" 'fl1erej i :j a m.ijority, of tho people of one siugle South-. Action of the'Southern Whigs who retired from June.1849. I shall briefly refer.. There are \
> .4 JJ sco t*lti k4AItti it' to an nrtrsume, no doubt nt 'ftheactjhat hq did.olC: urn Mate. 1 do not think ho could: the fate Whig caucus may have its effect' and other letters at offensive, which I .have not [
., lrdliuu&oe relatluff lo-tlhe Q.or11tQ I said on a former ovcasion express himself IfT*"Uvsf friend cannot arty "Unit he 'is not cause some to ,swerve from the lii.e.of duty ; now,.but which,will again find the Rohr hnnM : "
+of ibe Cily of at. Augnviauc.it decidi. diy in fu vor.ofIke compromise bills. I now controlled by Sfiviir/d and his'followers. I but there ia enough of patron Sm'and sense of General Scott be the Whig"nominee., -This, '|j
dte rr deiecl ,I. lerer stud dldaraart / understood "from this' that ie was in IHVOTO For ir it be t.ruc"thot ho is in favor u( the mainetwnc .justice among the peop.'e: to prevent the success say, is all the puplic- knows of hit .opinions! \
tlaytitlr V aYt AII6"u.. Tint if any perwa or the fugitive lace law,as well as the other measures : <; of all Ihu compromfso measures,,, includmic I ot all these schemes of the politicians. : particular individuals may be more favored in
r &thall commit or plow to be couuniurd,or But. I;sou thttt. soino of; hi* Farts &>i\\. the f ugitiv J sluvu law no possible reason I There ia one trick in this preai4 ntialJame.1 the I laa letter 1 have referred to, which is of ,i'
icid o be eooccrned ia eouuuittiag any uepa epee friend take the, ground that this' important, or' motive can be ns:uncJ for the conceal. which demands some notice. In reply to tie comparatively lato date, be says: "Though opposed :;\
. .. any lot,garden, grove or plantation within the city, law iI "01 one or4 the compromise oil, r." Ifwn men! nf his oiiniohx| t'xceJ't" desire to 'propitiutu complaint, that General s Scolt refuses to write, to incorporating with us any District (
I of ,Ctu AWOWtine,.or apoa any irnit tree,surabberjr nut,theY''ty, in "'thepmnibuV and Jhere- thu fr x-'iil ami anti-futtiva; slavo law it is intimated that ho" has not been applied densely peopled wits the Mexican race, 'I t
j4aJJt,vine or vegetable growing ia any aoch lot,. lore nut part of iho compromiseand thut General beuiintent of the, North. Their avowal would to."" No one"it is said/has written to him to should be most happy fraternize with our Norti- !
, garden, grove 'or plrat tion, or shall be concerned 1nrJratroyaj4r Scott may ,huve ". eUtd his influence to greatly benefit him in ull the Southern States ask his o tafoos." Sir, Ul t.is merely absurd ern and Northeaster neighbor Happy, to in-

, 'of relay carryiuf wjr any fruit, vrgoable tfj l ure thb postage of Iho compromiuo bill,' and Ciin only injure him among enemies the or a fraudulent ice in keeping with the'conduct crease tbe overgrown power of the north by \-i\
uunf growing therein Neb pcr on or per- nnd stitl) be oppased lo I lie fit compiomisu cud tae advocate the of who bis nomination to adding four fire
war (if free)*uaU, conviction b itivu lavo law. o( repeal l of many urge or mon free States to the jl
on for
< *"' OC cCeeCIwg, each offeptrtosjfoeof I In iho I Senate ol the Ollilf"d! li't lllhe 15tliut'April the fugitive shave law. It t ennnot therefore be impose upon the people I:is intended to enable Union! but tttterly opposed to any Southern acqui 1
". tea JIll'duUaraoce' '&n.torlranCnfiturafa. Mr. Gu lu, J JeuieJ that his &&tro.c.ut action i ill o-ntrflUed. by Southern men to say, that, Scott mould have sition,and to the annexation of territory 1o
is* .Jw **v ', h halt 'It."f"fJ, .IJ!emranl. .1tU 1;P'Qopo,,nullgaJJ.tU; +.:14eY. written a satisfactory letter,: if bathed been apjlicd wbtcbposai6tlGty, times may. be,introduced
duo fifte C And ia every ca. of convwtioaod, Ivry U t., ., r lo/acdtoilet.tneir'-'Nortfcera rcorw*! .vittoqpu "roet3wkrt; +a otild
WkDdrr.un stand committed until the fine or the 'Yaw I wish. to knoiv whf'her the hnhora. will cuntrul hi* ndmirmlra'ion.Mr. allies boast,lnal he lias refused to' comply be so earnest in their efforts to5ornlnate the
" B-Jijr and all voAt/ sbait ba.es twcu aalufied and peV ble Bout/lor 'speaks by 'nuthoriiy, when hu ( Ward hers inturrupteJ M r. Cabdlnnd with the wishes of the'-duuthera slave propa author of these letters His conscience and
/crfaer *rdiiad. i'liai ., tlwll not be aid. rays abut General !Scott occupk-a, Ibet sumo i,,., tuailu "Mjniu rcmltrkf. su imperfectly! heard 6f gandists. Sir, I do not,know what letters have sense of duty will not permit him to write one
lot tar merchant or nc p-ke per or dther paw. union \vlih, reufdn tkel'ujeitivoalavu, brit u., hu Ki'p.iiUTthat they could not he reported.) I been actually written to General Scott. But I word to weaken the hold he now hat on the 1
wrap off tonr,wr dLtjxue of any cowl ehaiteU the Hro>ideui. Mr. CABEI.L.' rc;uut:11! : Mr. Cuairman, the f have the best reason to believe and to know affections of the enemies of the South, the 1
w-re or cbaydiie on Uw tiabbmn dajrur barterer 'I wi h to know whrihor the honnnblo Sent- .trijniiizuion to which Gtiifril Scott would 1 I i that he has pretented leuers being sent to htm, compromise measures, and the Constitution or j
. well 1&e .iue,aboil va couvictiou be taunt in the fur ..pt'ak.by authority in making, Ihilt un ouu'tiJd, election; would iu iho satue USo thnt i'i, by carneitly requesting his personal friends his country; but be see no violation; of proprie {
MUU of :ten dollar far tverr welt otieuce lo ether uouuc+,uwnttlrbethcr ,,havuni which conld and in 'I not to write a letter asking him to in
; : the country IIM\V, may 1856, elect 'Ir.Sc'urt give publicity ty writing a formal letter, at he did on. tbe _,
w.ih iiiec MU wf proaeceauf the name, oar half of I o cOllie i to the conclusion hut General rieoit !, nnJ wi.uhl control thu udiumutration'I I to his opiuions on ihe.compromise meas. 12th March last, to,make his peace with: the i
winch MaW fine tbe kbail be .paid to die pawn iafuruting is in fnyur of the fugitive "Iuve Iiiw n* it is. of bu'u or 'CI:IIt:'. Tiiu elect Ton of lIie Sena ures. The history of the proposal on the''part M foreigners in the United States" whom he.soviolently ':

aim vrMecutios U Jar tar .r""iMd same.Hi Tnat it aball be law II nd us it piisstM' through ; '.+ !mid, it tor from New Vork. nnd of General Scolt, by of members of the Virginia Legislature, to denounced in 1841, when; be declared \
ful Kir by oiiujeli'r not elected inideiit of tbu Uniied I ;.atatw, will .+urlt an or"cuuz wan, would lead to preciselythe write such a letter, familiar to many wttbin himself" in favor 6fao< repeat* of all our 1
} ,aril any or Karte r, w soy alter servant,auj vioou or agent,apirit-, toKtvjr execute,,Iho 'la was it ix, and '.'I'loOWe 1 I any un!dificittiou hand rc-.sul,sunj the former would follow the sound of my voice. Out, sir, even if naturalization lav. To make a. bid for the
out or Iktoxicatiog liquor without aa licence oriimeiiilinent wimisix-'ver* a* the necessary conscqiKvnco of (Iho la.tor( if this were not so, and there is no doubt of tbe vote of the vast foreign population in the I
in writing Iruui tea pawn baring the exprc control of said >lr. MIRGUM evaded the qu--Uiun, nnd said: :the, Union held together till 1:5G. Thu effectwould truth of it, why should any one write to blnno United States, he could dad time:and Justifica
_l Ii"f u .!fete under the penalty of twenty dollar As to. tho Voviitioiiii \>f ,the lUKitivo alum be to' open wide lloodiiate.i of abolition learn his opinion? He has pUbliclr'! he tion to write a letter pending the election of

lor'eacw and curry offr C\,vu' the coat, rod the bill can the Senator from e'aliornitnurn.. to ng.Ulion, and, prostrate every con-. will not answer them and that write no delegates to tba nominating convention but
iuwruitrr tofu be entiUed to the ore btu of'uid penalty nw u ingli 'JerHeJil who voted fur whttt ia Jiliutumnl.Cllmi'rulllhJIJ Wiiigai the Nurlb. all more letters. 1 will read that extraordinary his conscience and sense of propriety forbid
and it t peroaorperoalo offending dull now usually termed 'the compromise. mianMrt of w hula trill bo proseribeil, and treated as letter of his, so inputting to tbe American peo him to say one word to quiet the fears of the
be a-bceiwed atwpkerper hi* or their aaid vceiwe 'h,' who IM Natixfiud with nil tlm detail u! outside barburinns.' Fir will i it| bo (lor the ple; Southern people l -to relieve himself from the
tall be revoked.Tbe all tbu iiills embraced in thoe men ure: .' national men ol mir piny theta coimrvativeUimocrat WAsmxoToir, March a6, 1831. odious position lu which he was placed by
above. ordinance will"a- strieiljr enforced And further nil hu aaya, hu (Geneinl Sault) bu elected Sm: I have received your letter'(marked the manner tn which his name had been associated
'. ia Uouucil Jaae tit 1tir51r would 'ituvu every law executed, at lais. ar it ii !In hi* appointments, General Scutt must confidential" which, after committing the with the Northern agitators-to remove
*. c. :. 'rt A. U.,. a' taro' look lu tuovuieii lo whom,ho owes ;hi* election. error of, supposing me. to,be .* fully before the the doubt on the public mind as to his real
Attest I/BIS.luau i' Now'sir, Mr. win's quettion was directed In mkins his selections ,from New York il is country tne Whig candidate for iho.Presidency opinions and position-and to give to the

IJadt'tI ZiG.VktY,1.awC&W.J upccinlly to :Ihe porn of General! Scott's not extravagant to suppose that the notorious ," you. proceed to interrogate roe on friends of the compromise and the Constitution ,

",nwrt,400 bll* k tour SvWJ burst days guru frqau 4U/BI1t'bale i ouuiununlhe: frgitintlarehio i) wuindmtttdUnit Air. Kdlo:I K, romovcd from ollicc by Mr. Fill. many points of grave public interest.I the influence of his illuslrou name. Can it be
1.t War Colfee, 10 fauJ, Sugar, 4U blla, Lard,' I he was i in, luVurof all the o/Ad!'comprr>- mtirr! ,:will boreutdloNus;' fuiihlul ,vcrvice; I Permit me to.say, that considering we shall possible that a majority of the people off ant
titf.t rtifter, 4U oil 'tatoe+tlu btU applet, 0 rlnau. rrtr'asun-*.' Why di.I' Mr< llimgum 'acod and tout sumo unii-compromiso i and anti-fu gtrvu i- !: probably only have Whig candidate for tbe one Southern Stale will I vote' for such a candidate
Caiki pieeaf, !tell bag !brat b cub of Uacoa 4U a 4tr\ct answer '0 ;ike qucttwn.tnA why ''the doclurution .. lava taw: man, in Suward'* interest will Presidency through a National Convention, fur the Presidency I will not,cannot
blte(' ncken, !W krg iiaiU. j5 beta 'Tobacco K that,'ho would> .Ic'cLituj ,thu luv. AH represent the Empire State in tho Cabinet. and that 1 cannot be its nominee except by believe it. They bare already proved that

lulJe datll..biLi 'Uoia *, Sts boie Soap, 3 crake LOBO IT u A L4wt'Vh"lir!\, that evasion except Aud who would moro giucefully and more tbe.force of the unsolicited partiality. of large, they will noL With a unanimity unprecedented
O!.1iU'Loid wfcndir*. 15 btukvi Chawutgne, 10 16 eucuuru g ',tho idea ndyi&(.ed'in Norih- probably renreaenl the Pennsylvania wing of masses of my countrymen ; in tne political anaftlt of the country, they
bate Cider,10 chats Tea IV do*. Urouut*,JU ne'U ern kroe-Sotl papers, that General l Seot( will floe Free-Soil urbanization :in iho Cabinet than Considering, also, that if my character or have urged the nomination of a Northern,man, a
Tub*,'3 betty Orange,6 bUN' Lriuaoa"|U cok. not discountenance: modification or\\{ repeal of Governor Joimsion. who pocketed' o law principles be not already known, it would who feu ten tried;and who divesting himself ot

Uice. ,S Ucate*. 15 bbju ,diarch tw boxes to fugitive slate lawi Again] ,, sir,as I bitve nl. uusst-d by the, Pennsylvania Legisrlture to now bo idle attempt, to.supply the deficient all teciionaiityba* proved himself a national +
March 4>thA8AJLTUB ::L.8t, b! ,11RR. ready slat, d, the most decided and violent adviouc uivu t Uicieiitly to the Jugnivu slave law. Ow 1 1I information by mere paper profcssions of wisdom conservative. ready to stand by the constitutional
of tho repeal of this' taw are the warmUNI I lit I lit* election to these men, they will be his and virtue made for too occasion ;- rights of every section of tbo Co&federa
WOULD A a 1 T1'Jf'. aL..tf.'J supporters'of General Scntt. We find them couiicellors. and the influence of,hi* administration I. And considering that if I answer your queries cy and reselved to do hit duty--nothing moreto
i "ry': bending as deleguti-s to reprrtent them in the must be given to them. If Sewardwere I must go on and answer others already beforeme all. Snch a man is the present excellent
'" .'. 'J&OIlIUVIWBS.. Nalioual Convention, ilr. Palmer Kellogg Pn..ent.lu' would seek to nationalize as well :as the long series that would inevitable Chief UaI lirat)}. On the broad platform ot
i8'B.. elUIJ L\&L 'UK 1831' : whose official deputies are said to have avow. himself, and,would endeavor to conciliate and follow to the disgust of the publicI ,- tbe policy, of bis Administration.-&- ;
A.l-.UJJl.'f li..lHf'l'.4".Jl, r fd their determination) to resist the execution propitiate Hit South. General Scott, while be will beg permission to close his acknowledgement VESTIOS, roJtrioa ARD DOMESTIC-- propose to
.t V.t.lMJiUl w.ur.Lr"1 two I.1ULLAKII4 &. ct the fugitive slate 'law, and others whose would strivH tu,pruacrvabis nationality would of your letter by subscribing myself, meet our Northern polftical Assoc Iles. We

_: tuucicutxa, Jike{ i tile, compelled! them to. denounce most probably".reword his friends, and I have with great. respect,your obedient servant, I cannot depart. this position: and it is on {
vsat"takstrrtatua 0? TH* ,nw nnn, 9.rtiat, lt. ; and revile! the lAw'of the, land. Somo shown who they are and must bet so long as WINDFIELD' SCOT this basis altme that we can act together. I implore
ad>7*F i jMtcju err TM K flu ../urttuttt *I xxr. of these; 'rnenf wt>e 'Federal I officeholders,' re be relies oil ibe.orgrnizution to which be now __....Eaq..1lamb Penh.. my Northern friends to think oftni*. .
,r ;;'1 'j moved by ilr. Fillmore, nod ;are now 'Scoff !looks to elect him. Gen. Scott's election, Under P, >S.-I must add,.that 1 write and nap nothing Those 'who say otherwise are greatly decelv1
.TcsHome.Joarsspsaa now become trairerrlrl 1 delegate! to'ihe .National Convention,,sent to present circumstances would, in my opinion ;on public subjects which I am unwilling ed and will mislead you. At a Whig, earn.esl
Teen are fc w ia aile* oi SW 'akd' 4uU>U*-(lewU Ui insult .Hie Fres dt-ni, as well .at 19 resist his ,'continue Government in the Fr Soil to see publiJhed.V.. S. and true I appeal to you to sore the Whig
aae who oak to;ettfivcu and untie bwueh a utoalieldHgeni noniinution to the bitter'end.: Tu hbw their part\',till their fanaticism dissolved the Union. What a commentary on his present course party. Ours it no' sectional jUatform as1 is ;
ju d ati acuve place-who do Rot Dow uncompfomlsing. I iutifdir, aud vindictive oppoMtioti Sir,men tike different views of duly and I The idea that General Scott vanjiav opportunity shown by the fact that our choice |I. fop Mr.
MeeivB, it J* teed we belief wherever run UKt the papers received this'inorninp adviseus repeat 1 do not question the purity of tbo molite 19 write is preposterous. His opinion Fillmore a Nortbean man in prufercucu w
re&d* pt'rlaracatia hapyincai ajid tiNe moral that thismanKHllogjr, was appointed chiuruiauota of ihoso Southern men who differ from me. I have been nailed fur from one end of tee country General Scolt,a native of Virginia. It is broad
R ,' which are woven *o thickly into the coimmjiuo ou c\Jutea14 ,elections/ at But 'of all the wonders I ere have wondered' to tbe other. Four months ago I earnestly enough for the patriotism of Northern anal
,, *tid cocfver" .web of oar couutr/ industry tbe ,convention if New York delegates. Of aIt does tfttin to me most Wonderful l.; that appealed to him from my place here to do him Sou'heru men. On it we invite our Northern i
I riiy. The iiwne Joarual I* the course every friend nf the President was ruledutit any.honest true-hearted Southern. man, unless self-justice,and to give to the public the opinion friends to stand with us and we will build up
r betm Iroaead of relazatioa.iWi9 this baa, motion ia the boon These lard the men 'who 'Are' to sit in blinded by party or' person+feeling, can give expressed in private, and it was my 'wjsh a party or preserve the true' Whig party, la ;
General heart he tacit ho would! answer that a nappy careen alert t to our people for
claims. but support to as now slituds and expectation appeal.It give '
:! *1'ytee.t frr+* s CttttbiMM (e. judgmeut siFillroore's! They are i. Yet was'not t Jate.then to have saved hirai years. And sir,,,if tae Southern Whig* stand
the 'lioBie lu dictate why candidate ot the before the country. there are among hi' :;
loafbal tt cue vl wukh U. re* .
Arid floor few Southern mipporicr sincere, bone and 6611/Tom ihecontaranation. off his abolition associates -if they'remain true to themsel vea and to r
here this find ,
,astrirr...... +ros.ltrsta' **rf teeelr,aud it i* tuuar- Whig party. on we interest of the to tbOlO
mleQittia. tud'ttsce.twuaroopr' that,ytmtlCTi*nitt'tt conspicuous, Ibr appose. honorable men, one of, whom (Mr. Ward, o and to have preserved nationality the best country-rue
"" Keo'uc.kloow have in' but who lam of the Whig party,and saved it from fgnomin Northern'men who have thrown themselves
; ,: Wr wweopin' |6 tkm, to die thetorhproml.+e, 'r pecialUthe fugitive my eye '
";' 'MUInIe ; tKx,_.aadeserr 'ilave, 1 ly', eollemen who left, that) firs rare,*bas suffered his personal partialities I tous.defeat, >should be be Its nominee. It his into the breach, and are now bravely fighting
the to blind judgment. I are really what his Southern support-- the tallies of the Constitution t&ey Jo tAd
aiibucriber witbuut delay Adumta Whig caucus because it indorsed the compromise fur roan Knowing opinions
'4l 't\. '., 'JlpgttU & "J.LUd. ,and others who think with them;are tbe ihe influences around General Scott-tbe Ml en represent, and if he had been true lo his ilutJ-the.re it enough of conservatism aadinott3mamoagthemcoofthoNorthferal.

i .,\ .'Jilt t. IWi J 07 'F&tq attsertitrw. 'u", most earnest advocates pf Scotj's nomination. of men who will be brought into power with ] former'character, illustrated in that hoaoiable
in his letter to Mr. Atkinfson with around tbo standard ot the Constitution
his expressed ly
'T him the complete triumph success will sentiment
Free-Soiler -
: Indeed ;you see a Whig ,. *
.'. tfla.01 A bo to the Fn a-t3uil and Anti-Slavery potty, of Virginia t' be would 'prefer to err ,and prevent' the formation cftectuualpaitiesi
t* 01 one ,whoeicr; ;acted .with Ibe Whig party,
J i
"_'.ii the banetui' of an election the side.of frankness and Candor rather against the dangers of which the Father
, Jf : ,Moooogaheb. and au at:rfugitive slave law m?+n, who doc* and consequences effected on
err" aDd tkO&da do. AI and, J'or-j the Pemdcruiic will by'tuctt an organization, 1 would feel 'than by silenco to allow I.tranger'unwmlag- of his country ha' so solemnly warned nt. ;
belong to parly
+p" VVioc.adein, do. Blurry do."Wtirr. wirelv not ftul. '&ou man.9 you i Justly chargeable, with willingness tocacri- 'Jy to commiUimaelf to his support' and rant But, sir, if Southern mm falter :no w, if they)
..r jbr Co'' for lhepublic -114' ne.wsaid to declare to aU sacrifice'jniadafet Southern right* and Const
,' CwrdiaJ ''kIt..Df,1 Verbal declnrktion. such as induced mo loay lice the ood ot.my country party advantage to
" I a'. UK CAKR. : that Jbinsra) cotL was in'favor,of the pasftuge and to barter my principle for vote, (I who PP roltr+h him in private on this subject, ttiiional requirements> ,, to what they call.fotthu partypolicy
oaJ'orhfj. The
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have .attained i. its -tosTi
but for myself were 1 to give 'aid he might
: ',i,1 T,-dt31d_ 4elrbi vro.tbat I-will,*ix weeks' yt.'compromise measure, *,' are ('i able speak combrt! to tbe worst enemies of the Constitution and lion Wi\h tbe Brent mass of the Northernpeople unnumbered evils which mutt flow,.from this
, i' 'asrrr. u"! ,,apply u, te Judge of probate vt Bt lu inuundertood. I will illustrate: I.under and the rights of too South, by yielding to I opposition lathe compromise does not surrender to Free-Snil exaction will be their,
i -. tioaatf. tor fetters of Adminbiraiion,on ibe stood more than one gentleman to say that they iletnand to sacrifice such menu involve principle: U U a measure of pol ;.t +.I'.o11le&aae. uCeudt.u UII.Jreurd' .unproved 1u d indori+ed 'every word of myf then imperious these 'in their ..IJaawo4oqlit.
and Webster for one whom the/1 I I Tbo maintenance of measure principle follow them to grave
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PUBLISHED WCXKLT, JUCd I. IllS!. Frenchmen. a-caterpillers,. and ,CADker-1 era ;

+ EVERY SATURDAY, Mills very loc,, my dear sir, since I hat I worm, are the only tribes among f f|I The New York AM speaking of this> fear
j written to )OU.. My dislocated wrist is cow have DOt cscu battles, and Heaven itself,if wo: fur disease
BY Ke B. CAWO JL doug for the Tloaet. become with belive t sa>s thai in its incipient stages U
,;. so stiff tfcajj write,slowjr land Idh dons, Jews CThristaios, and Hahorn-1 may be tanked '
with ...
ipetsipsrs I.'. c I' I Mia i and;therefore, write ea little as' I 'can;. atlas,baa oot al way a been at peace. We need will then .ld ordinary .U&I
Pn caasD'Krao., LT I.. ii mutual fLAJHAtm *AM aoi yi to proper'medkaJ'areas i a
ari4 "l-.lt- trou blecaitrs jeesabout tbestr tingsnor
ltsfiyst looseness
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tr ,..
:"-tlliaa 'I the .
sederfor tarnmerti EtE"'IIT' '
or 'Ts Frau tor President. ,bat t eneri Statk At rise or'- tug '. tid1 isiltles.' '" :,.faed tt
a, E&4 8 E upTr FIrs Curs for each subset from; *+ wedy'. k> 'e .
*+ .
. \ We bear every one ; three. 's1Ulilyeoita ( the -- freed the appeac ef outage, let it come, if banalew In its '
.st iasmtoa. .w.doD will be made for notices t For him the People now i have 'sent- cheerful. slender as urass-BCppsri; Md w It must **..*, it seems, still delights 'in his I'1 Cholera Recipe.' nature We deem, than the follo"lea '

Inserted fot sutnumths.IT Ned Hampshire's Mfavrite aoa." much without memory that be scarcely recogcizes four stories; and Stark remembered to the.last,r that it highly ImportCant "' .
i every family and workshop should
All advertisements mast be paid for before tbe members of his houseboold. An inimste his Benningtoo, and exulted in his glory ; the 11 j r i i be supplied with this mixture ia '
friend of bin called oo him not long wcrrt ot the evil is, that our friends will suffer 1 or erfvaknt,
IasenioaBflkttby a regalar customer. .By refer. That he is true,the People% know ready for use at all times. '
i Any druggist wH
since. It dull uIt make him moire ;
recollectwho :
was to by our imbecility than we ourselves.
tug te oar terms, the be They therefore raise their: ,voice, supply it. The the
reqalsite following
sum may ascertained he was,and/ uiDi rate hour,he told him s e e : receipt : '_
ana trscumitted!: with the advertisement. And by their roles: they mean to show' he same story four times'over. la this life f- "In wishing for your health and happiness, I Take equal parts .

OT Advertisements DOt naa..ed.with the number That bee the People's choice. with lab'ring P I am very selfish a ; for 1 hope for more *abr=. Imctare.. of Laadaaam
of in ertions reoibed, will be continued untilkrbld "To tread our former footsteps pace the Mad This is worth more than five hundred dollarsto of Rhubarb Cat
,and charged for. Firm by the Compromise bP'U stand Eternal l-to beat sad beat .. me, for it has already given ma, and it will Essence of ,
Notice to Debtors and Creditors $7 00 He'll pid'the rights of all; Th beaten track.-to set wbat we have seen_ continue to.: five me .more pleasure than Spirits of Camphor.Peppermint, strength .
A man of feeling,firm yet bland TO taste the tasted-o'er psJates descant thousand. Mr." Jay, who is about jour age, I
Application for: Letters Administration 5 00 Another vintage: told The dose k from 5 to SO or even 60 dt o gas" ,
CT All religion notices will be inserted grstuiCT A friend,to great and small: "Ii is, at most,but the life of a cabbage,tarey am lam,experiences old friend more decay Uuojroa do. according to the age of the patient and the

1otIII,. A .not worth a wish. When all our faculties your ,JOHN ADAM& violence of the symptoms and it shield be repealed
The begin
whip to now, have left, or>> are leaving us one by rain, sight every 6 to 30 minutes ucttf relief is obtained.
All bills for Job Printing be They their hopes are vdu I President ,
nost. paid ont see tearing, memory every avenue of pleasing Jcmtuon"8m .
I .. tbe delivery of the work. For Democrats; must !bold, the=plow, sensation is closed and eutbumy; debility, Georgian.Sleep. .

.; 17 All letters oa budneas aDd communications And drive the team again. and mal.'..ise left la their placrt when tbe Tile Dutch Judge, "

mast be roar run to Deceive aurnuoa.A friends of our youth are all gone and a generation A Friend gives as an am sinc idea of a
I We have been swindled quite enough, .is risen around us whom we know DOt, No person of active mind should try to prevent Dutch Judge in the following -He was aboutto

And now we'll have a change ; i. death an evil t j sleep which,in such persons, only comes seataiieu a prisoner; and on looking around
. If .rtttoftBce let addition to an I True hearted of firmer stuff "When.one by oae.oar tIN are &o1'D. when rest is indispensable'to the continuance for Lira found him playing chequers with his>
Or&esaace rcialiuc to ttte Po men ADd frirod from friend is snatched fbrloca { of health. In fact, sleep once in twenty-four custodian while the foreman ot the jury was
lice of tile City "f bi. Aosjsutltic.it ; Next March will tike the reins. WUn mat M left alone to moan hours is essential to the existence of mammalia fast asleep. Replenbbiag tbe ample judicial

it tritiMdtf JU Mayor mad Alde.me vf Ob, then;bow sweerit Is to die! as the momentary respiration of fresh air. chair with his broadcast person be thus ad-
tb tiff ri:*. Argutsas, 'Jitut if any per** > Then let as work for Pierce and King' The .raosl, uol."ounablo'cood tiuo for sleep dressed the jury:-Misder Voreman: aDd t'oder

trmouitbaU commit or cause to be committed,or Two noble' hearts and true, When trembling limbs refute their weight. cannot prevent its approach.-Coactiraen elum- juryman Der brUoocr Hans Viecter is

.aid w b* conceined in committing any trespass upon Till next.November, thro we'll sing- And films slow gathering dim the sight ; bet on their coaches, and couriers on their finished bin game rail tie sheruTand has peat

any lot,garden grove or plantation within the city "'1 be whip are almost through. When clouds obscure the menial light, horses, whilst soldiers fall asleep oa the fieldw him but I shall flake pre be deo't peat: me.

, ol Jit. Augustine, vr upon any trim trees, kbrubbery '. \ C. C. F Tia nature's kindest boon to die T battle, amidst all the noise 'of artillery and tars bu been tried babes yoaraad you rivet
1'lallllyiDd or Tfgeuules growing in any such I.-I. 1 ''1 really ,bnk..J. I have ever dreaded a he tumult of.. ..During the retreat of tiu bring .it ale, verdick. but it must be 'cordin'
garden,gram or plantation, or shall. be concerned Lirstrt 1 doaiinjc age ; and nvaltti has been feocraly coder '
my John More,several! ot the British soldi*** wean I. Dfe man be kili't wasaat kill'tatall
U ruif value or e&rria.w., any fruit, vegv'ables or A Song for!I lie Ladies. so good :.nd is now so good, tb&t. dread it reported to have fallen asleep upeatuemarch, as id war proved be is in der jail at Mbrritdown -
tauif growing therein ucb person or per- -! still. Trio rapid decline ol'my strengtn; during sod continued for Idea Ii Put dat ish
yet they onward. Tbe sleep oor
if free walking 01.
.user is
( ) eUAll.cn The
coanctioa for
each otTqurbe glorious day dawning girls, sometimes
be last winter has made me hope
fine of I most violent passions and excitement of mind madder. Der law says yen dere lab tou'tyou
subject to
a not
exceeding tea dollarance, When women shall be free ; that J lund. During summer 1 enjoy It It"mpctature
see & give 'em der
cannot even minds to prisoner but here dere isib
u.ecarats of prosecution and(slave he preserve powerful f'rucn.1t'eY ;
; she
bckaote to whipping not eicerding un ttripev or ,vhall and When. gown and bonnets,,,cap and shawls, ; but I shudder at the approach of : thus Alexander toe great slept oo the no tout so you see der ptisoaer lab guilty.

the like co i.. dud in every.o&i e of. convictio auJ No longer we shall see w&latd. and witib I could slirp .brou h it with ielu of Arbelaand NapoJeoa os that ot Asa Pesides he i k. feat loafer. I bar know'd

ura4frr shall stand committed until the tine or the Miss Webber, blraJ her heart, sweet girl! be dormouse, and only wake with ham in t rlu:.- -Even stripes and torture cannot keep him vilty years and he hasn't tone a sditch of
r natty Dd all CO.U shall hoa.1 becu .ati.Jicd auJ | has put the scheme! on foot spring, il ..'e=r. Tney say that Stark could ifltep\ : .as criminals have been known to sleep vtirk in all Cat times; and dere lab none depending -
V* it Ittrtker .r4 illJ. Thai H than| nut be Iud.l *Hlk about his r1l m. I nm told you walk un the rack. Noises which serve at first to upon him for dcir livin, and be ish no
l lul fur any merchant of nhop-kerjxr or vlher paw. the tradll the trump of male attire. well and firmly 1 can only rench my garden, drive away sleep, soon become indispensableto use to nobody. 1 dink it would be goot plans
......aNtm U Lip if*.**?, wTttULio.e of r uy gooJ..eliitta! I And we must f'Mj>w suit \ / And that ...b"M'PIUbl'J3IJfUeJ..J '| '"'.|wmev.r & its ezlateucetub.a- stage.ccacb.. toppuiKrxissonijers. t<.. hang bins tor .---.pl.,. I dink Mr.
w..1t or UHtcbandin on the 'Sabbuiatlay or barter ,' daily ; but rending is ms ili-'liKhC I'itiTfd'l li ,ul'hanlCU: hOf'.cr, Crakes "1\the .- VoremaM dat be petter pe nun* next Fourt* i

W sell tiM MUM, sh&li ou cwuvicUun be n'ued in theout We'll I dress in real t Ibifucrate," girls, ,.U uevur to put pro tu pap. rr ; mid the more t'tie .prupriuiur ol au nuu Large,who slept close o' July, as der militia is goin to drain in ano-

of ten dollar. for every such offence, together 1 Whh',10.' beaver hats, IMCUUJ: ot ihu treacherous practice some people to lia din 01 hammers, torses; and blast fur- dcr gouniy, and dere would pe no vun eoln
w..h the awls ol prurei:Uiing the ..awe. our half of And dun the have of puMUhing one's loiters without tmceSr would woke if there was any inlerrup on here!" should be added, to the credit of
Bud winch .aid fine vhall. be :-aid.o for prnon mluriuiug most witching coats,. I....,,,. Lard obn.field declared it breach of tioa to them during the night,and a sick miller thejury, that in spite of this: learned and impartial -
And Brummel 1 tied ,
prunecutuig the samr. i cravats; nod Uw. I think it shouldbe "
trust, punishable at who had bte mill stopped oa that account charge": they acquitted theprISoner.,
fill licit jvjkt, .rdi, c*, That it shall not be Uw- We'll wear'superb jUt t.UUODl.II,..,, a pfuiieniiaty felony ; >et you will have passed sleepless oighia until the null resumed rkidtoe bim Not guilty, if he would leave the y

1"t"IIeU our any or bane perIOD by hunwlt'slave, senrant or agent to I i Upon our vest of.buff;; : seen that they bore drawn me'out in the arena ii. SCUM ootse. Boaervin the tithed, legantlyrepreseitts Siatu,' .
r, w any vinovu
wi intoxicating liquors hliouiii any ,iicrnve spiritu Bright extra, rich,plain, treble gill of the UUWllpn perl. Although' know it i i. steep us overcoming all men, and
eiprtrw Flat .00 late fur iue to buck.e on the armor of my the cesae stl a BaJI ....
)u writing trout Ui. person .haviug the coutrol of said surface-lhaVc enough even gods excepting Jupiter alone. P1&
lave 'Slaves euder the pc unity cf twenty dollars youth, yet my indigna'.ioa would not permit Tn length of time passed in sleep is not theKllllU A Madrid correspotid tr writing the 15th

lot tact and every offence! ,with the coots, end the I | Oh! won't we look bewitching, girls, eta puitsivciy to receive the kick lit UH u.i. fur all men';il varies indifferent individual ult. says: 'A terabit scene took place on
iu.oruirr shoo!! be entitled to the one half of said pe- I trimly "Tu turn to the news uties tiny, it seems JUIH! at different uges ; but it cannot bo de Mnndny afternoon at the bull 3ghl. A hunchback
madly auJ if the pe lOG persons otTrndiug: shall When we are to drcst t that lie cannibals of Europe are ,tout, to eating termiaed from the tune passed in sleep relative banderilkror a stout beuvy functionary

be a licensed shopkeeper his or tbt' tuid licenseslttllbt I No mortal man: cagbrare vure".nnl. one ni.othcr again. A war between Ruv to the strength or energy of the functions in these dangerous games slipped just as hewas

revoked.flie Thou he may ..tnIlia best ; rill aud Turkey i* like the battle of the kite of the body or mind. From six to nine hour on the point sticking bat branderilloe or

above ordiaaace will b. strictly enforced' whiskered folks(nay envy, girls, and iibkt; whichever destroys tbe other,lea Yea is tbe average proportion yet the Roman Em dart into tho bull's shoulder I The enraged
rawed to Council June, 31st 1852. less for tbo world. animal bim the ankle
Our garbs and airs, "* a destroyer ptr..r.Catiulal1eptollr three hours ; Frederick caught by gave a twit
r. c. ZYLOTRA.CIIR Ztl.'OI'. onVil\ "Tuts pugnacious humor mankind seemsto : of Prussia and Dr.John Hunter,consumed around in the midst of the arena and though
Attest, ;,t. ILwxa 1 But.r let them fret they tire- be tbe .aw of his nature, ono'of the obstacle I only four.or five hours in -repoae--wbne the : the bullfighters succeeded fur a moment ia

cares. to ton great multiplication provided iu urea 'tfcipio slept during eight. A rich and ,I culling oft the attention of the infuriated ani
JOdfciPU filNaY,14 days from Oatti- the mechanism of tne Universe. The cocks lazy citizen will :sluaaber from ten to twelve mal, he caught night of the unhappy buochI -

it. a.are.41W bits Maur 3Mh( basil Corn 40 bate Perhaps a few may 'cut"us,garb: ot the ben-yurd kill uno another ; bears, bulls, hours doily. It is during infancy that sleep I buck a second tin*', am? gored bun in the

Si ,. 30 ball Cuth,10 40 hhds Sugar, 4J Win Lard And lay us on th shelves ; rams, do ike same, and the hurae, in his wild M longest anal most profound. Women also I I thigh, tossed him in the air.and catching him
Kegs euer, tills fotatoe, M bib ,Apple, 5 slate kills'tho males until worn down again in his boras indicting on him a terable
what of that! well yauug thaq and
Casks Cheese, IUD bags Oats b cub of Uacon 40 But crook our arms, altop'lunler meu, yuungtnen longer
blls! ? I Ntth attic, and war, tome vigorous youth kiilbiin. twin Ud. bleep 'U driven wound in the low*. Like a true bull-dghter l
Imcken,100 keg Nails 35 boxes Tobacco 3 And act the beaux ourselves away during can
huda do ***** I hope we shall prove bow much yaleaceuce after sickness he preserved his presence of mind even in
lit blls Motosrs a lung
,51) boxes Hotp, 3 calk long by a
Oil,W bon. .andirs, 15 baskets Champagne, 10 And if they wont say marry rI., happier''for man the Quaker policy is,and that tasting and abuse of coft'rbe steeple : this desperate condition and was at last rescued -

boxes Cider,10 chests Tea, 10 dot. Broonu, 10 neat We'll call them no gallants j tbe lile of the feeder is bettor than that ot the of old age are almost proverbial. Il would ,and the sport went on again as if nothing

1'.aloe,5 boxes Oranges, & boxes Leotot s. 10 ca> But come what Wmt- cMt sinkcr swims tighter ; anti it is' sane consolation that the appear that carnivorous animals sleep In gen bad happened. Connoisseurs in tauromachy

Kice,,3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch 400. boxes to We'll never 1 dd;our pants desolation by these maniacs of.oho part of tbeearth erulloDlor than tho herbivorous, as tbe .ups- : express themselves much graved at the decay
March 6th 1054. B. CARR. is the means of improving it in other nor activity of the muscles and senses of the of the art. The public taste fur bull fights

Thomas Jel ersoaVad Joba Adams.I pare Let the latter be our office; and let us muscles ana senses of the former seem tour u ic u strong as ever and not withstanding the
THE: WORLD AS IT PASaEd.MORRIS I milk the cow while,.the Bussain hold her by especially>> require repair.-Scientijic A.meri. high price of the seals, there were at least
There is no chapter] in American history the horns,and> the Turk by the tail. God bless c a*. e '15,000 persons present. Tbe unfortunate bullfighter -
& WILLIS'S. which can be read with]more unalloyed pleasure you und give' you health, strength and good baa since died of bis wounds.

. SOME acillKCIAAi IWtC 1833. than that which tt I lit us ol the friendship spirits. slid 5.4 I, much, life,at you think worth Battle of Waterloo.In .
. A FAM1LYNEIKPAPJM.ivtuuiLb which marked tbe Ia ljjyears6f i these devoed: lwviug. this great battle tbe French bad 256 guns Talkrand the iIliutiDuus diplomatist, oae
wmr: AT TWO DOLLA.KSJ. TBJLB. patriots. They had been rivals-the heads of I I THOMAS JEFFERSON. on tbe Bedand the English 166, and ihe Prussians + day 'found himself between Mudamo de dude
contending, excited parties. Each in his turn 104making a total of 06. The noise and Madame Recainter, both intimate friends*

I ram ntsr im .sa or tut craw lUlU 'WILL.K hud been prefered by the American people to .... AOABS RXTLT.MOVTCZOLO .. of these pieces! exceeded everything of the kiwi both celebrated.
f is.cca o* m nag or juitu.af JCEZT. tbe other for the big ell office within their June 11, 1822''Dta the old soldiers had ever heard, and made the I "You say charming tbinft k> us both, but

"ill. They themselves had partaken of the I 8ut;-Half an boar *go 1 received: very earth shake for miles around the field. which do you prefer T".aid Madame duBuel,
i Tat Home Journal has DOW become adverts bitterness, of the conflict$ ; so' much so, that and this moment nave bearCread for the third The guide pointed out a spot where, duringthe suddenly.

,1 There are few fcmiless ol cultivated! babiu-(few of when Jsrrssso was eecte.1Co fill! the Presidential or fourth time, the best letter that ever was beat of the fighting, one of the powder "XadaJ11".luch' a que yon w a veritable are

,1 t'-.Iao' peek to enliven,and make home the most chair in place ot ADAMS, (saysa cotem- written by:ansOctosf carian, dated Juce tat. tumbrils exploded, threw the artillerymen busa. Take sire, tba peoat, code-"

latiUigeat mad attractive place-.who do not now porarvj the lattef broke overall$ ,tie ordinary "1 haw not ipraiued iay wrist: ; ,but\ both ray into the air,and shook the horses to pieces. Prince, oo Mibterfugo here Which du
receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the rules ol courtesy so fu as to leave Washington hands are to overstrained that I cannot write Tbe echoes ot the cannonade of thin awful you prefop-n T triscd or myself Come

.0W threads of domestic happiness and true moral suddenly, on tbe e rening ,of the third of a (we. Poor Burk remeoibered.octhins and battle are said to have been beard on the peak-blithe brunette or the blonde

rr acmat which are wovea so thickly Into the March, because be would not,remain tu witness could not talk'nothing but the battle of Bennington. sout&enr border* of the Brinish coast. Up. "It will be her who will deign to hcaor met

Mraeger and coarser web of oar couutry'a iodustry the inauguration oC his rival on the fourth. **."* U! not quite so reduced. I cannot wards of 0,000men fell in tbe strife; 20,000oa With look.

aid caergetio protperitv. The Home Journal U the Yet these men, (sata the same writer,) these mount my horse, but I call walk three the side ot the allies and 80,000 on the "What t still diplomatic t Well I will put

speaker t ivra to ths bf srta uf this baq'Dado.. in the hours American patriots, when their political cam- miles over a rugged rocky mountain,and have side of the French. TIle losses of this. day the question in another form. Su,>po ',while

Ii A .to kappioenaad reUxatioa. pnigiw were over,and they bad retired the one dune it within month ; yet 1 feel when ail- put Europe in mourning. England and >ranee sailing on the tfcine this evening the boat
L* Rev the IW patJr,. Gtntltmtn Ism to has Uonticello and Ihe other to his' Monte- tips in my chair, as if 1 could not rise outot I wept like mothers together. A victor wp should upset and we should be in denser of

....*...f.,.. It Home... Jo&rnal. is one, *ol which tkt n- zillo and were pasting quietly down the vale it; and when; rileD, aa U I could not ..alt.KroN'lbelWlD passed over the. fktd the next day states that drowning, which one would you help I"
rt Hers t and it b "
m ? e uasurpealed
u a.lI ol years, these loaner ueas turned tovacuotb ; my sight w very dim bearing as be approached, tho first thing that struck Both at once, or the ooe who was in the
7itJ0.-F0rc pod &aI&e. er with mutual esteem and affection,and looked pretty good, memory poor enough. him at A distance was the quantity of hats sjratest danger."
for eat copy forthree eop y,$2 I for toree copies ad 9tt upon each other as'brother' patriots and fellow' "1 answer your 1ueat1OD-ilde.ltb an evil and caps strewd over the ground. Itappeared But raotweigoeur bt frank for once In Jour
Taf. 8ubacrib, without years dtta, .balways Address .n laborers,in the great c4useof their country It is not an evil T the individual as u"& it bad been covered with crow*.- life Suppose the peril be equally ilDmJaeot.r"Wen

MORRIS, & WILLIS, freedom and prosperity.; .,and to the world v vet we ought not to The field itself seemed flooded with blood. i would give my right band to you ;

Editors. l07 Ftwoa street. New ...rk.Cllet While! thus. in their! retirement' walking wish for U tlhl5'" becomra insupportable The number ot dead horses and men baffled Batont"8'-and the left to Madame Reeanuer."
-- thoughtfully ,' We must wait tbe pleasure and convenience computation. The peasantry employed In MHut if you could sate only oae-
at e U..n'Ae.. M0a the Ii1fDe.' lema shore of the HJreat Teacher.' Winter ia aa terribleto burying the dead generally stripped the do you understand V

1 1ei O..y. llwiiai Ola. Moaongahela Of that vast ocean the* mast sail so soon,* ma aa to you. 1 am almost reduced la itto bodies first andthereby gained vast booty. Ik Oo,ladame, you who know so many things

and Scotch do. Ale end Per he following beautiful and touching correspondence he life of a bear: or a torpid swallow. I can TIle track over which the guard moved andover IIUPIX"O you
, ter x<&ueiMf9* WiDe, JUadeba, do, Sherry do. passed betwef n them. It was about 1WC' 'dde but .y delight u to beet other rea#; which the,,fled, was still covered with and,
Tat dam Ocaprss Wttrr Cordials Clarrt Wine. three Sean, before the r simultaneous death, and 1 tax all wy fneudlmosa unmsrcif ully aad ibeic spoil, and marked by the traces: of

-. B E CARR. which occurred on th< 4th of July, and the itranuically against their QODSeDt. bores, the wheels,ofcannon, and the deeper A Faxxaaux went Into Brighton's, and
W.Ja Tbe has kicked in rant aU mea of bombs and shells. A thousand asked (
fiftieth anniversary of< ur independence. an ; say furrows or a glass of brandy and water. not
I |2 I'J'ICB M hereby dna.abal I wiil d& weeks The letter ot Mr.Jxmxsoi was written soon the dull animal baa raisad tile mark.jbisrlobab French by dead oo the spot and the quantity l fortnight. .*
COt r$ udata. apply to the Judge of Probftte of 8t "' 'atbsatroof war its InhabJ- ataodard-bolders, bridles, straps ,
fiur an attack upon him by -Native of Vie ; ; 01 bustlers, Fortnight ejaculated the barkeeper don't
Fof Jttas'Cosaty, for Lrttm of Administraiioo.on the into and when thorn"y"was a strong expectation mats are all ....*. Tote hula all la vile ud.1rW denoted a fearful conflict of cavalry. you wish il cow V '
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"" ,- ANN County UURLBERT. ; of a war between Eustia and Turkey; this' gar and. the ,aJpIc l l.to pepper-..., Ibelieve Tbe ground seemed quite cut to pieces\ N-I" I leI star, but not fortnight-oot'...
W.AaIllCiu, HrcJi6th 1852. s will explain some allusions. in the letters. J JI Jj am qwarrclasas. Taut beea arc as with struggling of horses' bet. ,l wreck.' '. '

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I From the Nrw York I =Herald. cases. For a whole term he has not lost usingle j I have collected these fa'fita irTho spirit: of the River St. Johns ; which we hope ere many I tB, Col. Humphrey President of the day.-.Col.,
v Mclntoeh
I\} Our IT. narapihlrc Correspondence.Co f : cue. This success, it i in unnecessary S partiftanship, for I am no pa'riy'man, but in months to sec carried"" out,-namely, a great Elector McQueen! I .life able performance: our Candidate in for Presidential
and devotion II (he spirit of.fuir play, and aa.D.honmgu iojustice ,
i extraordinary study I taken to transport
'co DN.i., July 21, 1852. to bay, required ) shortening oMhe lime now satisfies us, that in him too, we have confided our interests --
aTdefc&ted IcUt r be
to his profession l and it is utterly }inconsistent ul51'truth.. tJ capable and faithful advocate.
iimuil. a To
The Slander Gen. Pierce Character JDt j Pun which
upon with the ridiculous charge touching hiabits. principImt not by"calumnle* i t. Col. McInlGah,made neat and
: Documents Facts and ._ 1 $ The New York mail does not, as we are inforrnerf.under piquant mponae.
jsea of by Figures h His amb'ion was to stand high ui hisproieMionfns thai! j conclude ,bywht.amwUiunpbiredy.aai4 '
R. B. C.noYl-Gen. Scou
Whig testimony his Bofn.y and moral Conduct he bad n very high Stamford be- I. to me;'iri, the, curs,i when :leaving the existing contract reach us upon By in Florida A ridiculous f&splay* Urary oftbe operations
-The Professional and Political History Joro', bim-D nielWebster, EZI.kielVebst r* Concord:., flsvtbat -'Pjresident!,Pierrel", ,she an avu rign in less than six andji halt days- and pride,' whhoui'anrof the 6&ting"circumstance: "pcmp _. ,
if tie*. Pierce. f *; be better than Daniel,) asked,having seen him tfilkiog some gentlo- ?
& mtrc&d
(hi4bcotherftaidWo whereas t,wi could ,receivu"t by the.connec.Uon of glorious|war;-% jrfoMa to Tampa'
In'a former letter I lojd! : you IhaT ihtf repcctable .- :Jeremiah M ujiEih4rd Fletcher, (one ofhe med atihe; JepolT 'Nd:yet PrvsideDt/roadam." 5 would, reach an4 then, ...marched back aga. .
Bart- i answered **If he I is not he to be," .of L-oalx above suggested, it "
Whigs .here were utterly isgjisted :Judges of toe Supreme CourtJ Ichabod ought was By Charles U4er.GesJiere.ad bia
with the bolO ult'tcke mnde fhafyertonul ICJlrLevrV.Q""dbUry, and John Sullivan,;Jhe il:emphatic: r ply : :. VIATOR. us, wh.l.cerlamt: next to marring in four niatersGhre to'eacb community Sour wide calum

character of Gene, al Pierce, uf whom' fill only man that ever successfully withstood th'oJmmortal t S .,. t ff'ri lays;'filviog..clear saving of two tu two and co'nntry, but one gaU.cbarged-.pmrit. like that spread to

classes ot citizens fel p: ud. I ul30wafncd Henry .Clo)' on the floor of Cong: ;'1 1i half days- 'not the owners of the MFlot.'Jda" which the rancoivus outpourings ol the Federal officers .
a may
the calumniators that it iii better to Id his General Pierce now bland s a head nud cboulf i;.Tjl. MENrqrW.. 1: ; their Boat be induced nbcn 4th of July desecration,owe their paternity,and
character alone, ns an investigation into their ders.above the whole bar of New Hampshire. '- : 5 :and embryo the existing well grounded iMonnce of bia election
ullegaiions would rebound with infamy upon '! here has been no important ca-e in w..ich* ; the latter is ready for service to think it. worth will be made more than "doubly rare."

their own beads. shall, now prove that I he has not been engaged on one side or the :? f. } ;2 their.''while to ask for a mail, we hope they By James F.Pierce..-The Political floor -f Flori S

was righfjJjfjjnquesUQoJtblQ, .documents. I : other or ha-hod,.,tne.offer,.lorlhe last eightyears. 55 and we do not hesitate ,predict that daj. at present dirty with,',whijgerr7 it aee..\,1,_-.. .
>\ /Addressed a note to each of ihe grnilcmenvhnso : He is unsurpassed as a criminal lawyer __ may- ing,with oar Broom-e-this pleading Job,will be efirc.tually -
\ names are signed lo tho subjoined lut-i ; and there is oiiu 1 Imiug. for 'w ich ho< is ,should they do 80, ther may done next Octber, and when done wfllU ."It'
i ten. The following is the correspondence : remarablc, and stands almost alone. He has S I the unanimous voice of the people in 'their sure to be kept clean. -

A correspondent of tho NPV York Herald, never been 'known to take a position in court S favor. fly Ramon Canova.-T\e Democratic Press-

who enpljgscsjiisjcard, having visitrd Concord from l : which he hal fout.d it necessary! to retreat. ,IQ11.AUTI'. or FED:a.At. EIGHTS AND DETKHMIHET The medium through, which glorious truths are givento '
for the purposo of"learning iho history and He l is quick as liglit Jmg, yercriaiiI1 l : JW ; AiCE-T XUrio" Sg''TH!t7" -- S "-" Democratic 'BarbecueS the people -' -"

personal character 6f Gerh Pierce, '{ho Demorratic But, to return to bin pol it icaf history: n' By Bartolo OI mjr.--Tbef1adit8 c/-8. Augustine

S candidate for the Presidency, apd having In 1845, John P. hale, regular democrat, addressed I In pursuance of notice, the j Democrats of -May they ver retain"*p'fclsidg Remembrance I.

.' sren charges i in certain' newspapers'affecting a letter to his constituent against the ST. :AUGUSTINE, AUGUST, h, ,I L St. Johns County ; accompanied br several i of their absent frienua.

the moral character tJf that gentleman, the nrnexation of Texas. The Suite Legislature > .I By Alexander. Avice.-.Love, Liberty, sad .

writer applies to'you for authentic information U f the previous year'instructed L ticir Senators DETZOflATk . . Whig gentlemen as guests; assembled oq the Union.i v.' :J' / / ilt *_* "t

upon tho subject, as having the best opportunity and Ueprescntativ: 's to vole for tho measure. lJQlI. TI fI. i 39th, at the house formerly occupied by Col.G.N !. By James A. Afickler.-Florida-She bssbern .

for knowinghis; habits .not tbatiho'&.' General Pierr.o received intelligence of tho |let de.eGr S Humphreys on the .West .side of. the river Democratic a jritt be BO,again,at;tbe ext elfctop, .

'tev J'or,1e\'ef'-dld4lbclicT! ibose'wtuil nts ter ofM., Ibtlaat four clclncktu the afternoon.) .' 'F'Ei ._ ,ftr'HjKT Sebaslian 5n r',to it'attend *a Barbecue j' f* given m i iSu FJy Michael Krogh..-Success lot$e' DemocracT '\11
r' qrb11T thaiiho truth may cnme ouf"lm"ttch' It was in'the'latter end f'D.Cfjiiibf r, and.thd; i. of New York. S .
r- thatt and furious. He stare al onct S : honor of Judge BECOME, and McQuEEH McIHTOSH II
/"hape cannot be.cainsayctl. snow fell fail GEN FRANKLIN PIERCE ByBartolo Pacetty Sr.-A Loco Foco Rifle, aDd '

( 'ICOIDJuly 19, 1852. in this snow storm,taking with him Mr.George. Esqr., the Democratic candidates for a Locp Foco aim, suppose it misses ....fire again/ .:

, his apprentice, and proceed to UOV..T, the residence OF. :NliW HAMPSHIRE. Governor uf Florida. and Presidential Elector, By Jobn C. Csnova.-The Whig,PUtfbnn. .
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COKCOBD, H., July iD, 1852. i of Hale, distance of fory: miles, to cobkult ., tar the'Eastern Dist rict of our State. Colonel .'"broad and wide" too,that old MFus and: Feathery- I

j DEAR. Sin :-In reply .lo your note just received tho friends of that gentleman in reference FOR V1CJ2 HCUTH President and don't quite cover it. .
PHE8IDEWT.VILLJAM ETS, was appointed
He learned that it tho "
"I urn hnppy to ftiue Hint I have brcn t to his intentions. was By Joseph B. Papr-FlonIda-.Not"boog : '
and aba V
,. Mull acquainted with Gen. Pierce since fixed 'purpose of Hale to bolt from hm parly \ Messrs. MATHEW SOLABA, JACOB MICXLEB but she may 'U '
ever R. KING: : waver may never trorer,ia defence of her
t In bei time a resilient of Concord In 1838 du upon the annexation question He decided ut ., : PXDBO BEHET"and J. M. FOSTASK, Vice Presi constitutional rights. .. -.,

ring mosl'of which limo I have. been tho once overboard.that Hale Halo must'at that bt denounced timtma'aI) been and thrown in Con. *>. .pF ALABAMA.S, ; dents At 3 1-3 P M. the company sat downto By John O. Canova. -Sco.t versus Pierce like the ;t

keeper ofii hotc'l. For n coniderahla period, of choice and plenteous repast ; suit of Scott versus Mercy,.-there will be full ., '1.
partake A a
for and ....... _ fg
New IWo .
lie und hia fiimi/y/ boarded at house and gresH from Hampshire years & I- 'i',1
I mv I .. Dora ace or the complainants bill.
j was necessarily conversant, with bbi daily habits hud been nominated by the democratic' .party. I .FP l: OVElt u.. .; prepared under the superimendunce of PAUL By John S. P.cettf..The tfutewnea sad heroes. ;u Ii' '..
for election. Pierce had a new conve'n ARSOU ALB ROQERO BARTOLO PACETTT f
i wtid am most ready to bear witness torn u new are ,
I o(America--men who can wield the I
my oa'n' personal knowledge, t lo the purity lion immediately called, and another man- : tE.BROOML. .,: :." SILVERO MERAXDA, F. C. HUHPRRETS and JOBS in council and on the battle fell-.the sword.i'pen efficieatly 9fad
of his private 'life neil c nracter. The false John Woodbury-was nominated instead (>tHule. CANOVA Committeo of ... .
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'I'here''crclhus' three cl&lIdil1utcs-the, Esqrs., as a arningement By Paul Arnou. Judge Browne -He win nuke
t and infnmous charges to which you refer, and FOR .CONGRESS. retirement of a clean in October next. 't
\3 hlrh u moat malignant purizan has Whig candidate, Wood bury and Hule. The : -after dinner and the our sweep .I,

j put iii circulation, netd no refutation spirit, here, result wui that there was no election bv the S A,' E. DAXWELL;. Whig friends whose engagements deprived By James Keogh.--The adopted citizens of America l

: where Gcneral.Piercc Ispcrsoimlly! known; and people there being no majority. Wood bury .J.'I..' ..- -- the assembly of the pleasure of their further :,may they be ever ready to tusuia the.atan and '_t
of Union.
I although a political opponent, feel 'the utmost t hod within two or three hundred of u majority. stripes our happy ,,'i
and Volunteer
FOR the regular S .
ELECTORS. following
t dihgust at this foul attempt to prejudice him Hale had not within 15,000 of it. At tho. next! company I By John J. Darling.I ofler yon the salutation of

in thce.!lmation {those .who do nut cnjuy thnlmnor flection in 1846, .Mr.,Hale having' taken the }. McUEEN31cINTOSK,',/ ? County. toasts were drunk.Regular. cite devoted to the rights and hbertl. a of his, counlryj .

j of his personal l acquaintance. The testimony stump for hllmwlt.lId I the Wnjgs and abwlirlionibts I" J CARAWAY SMITH, of Jefferson, 'f Toasts I salute you aa a band of frrr- joined I.holy--,.S S
. and nobltcan the honor talercsU ofiheSute
I .and
of respectable men of all parties in having coalesced,the democratic can M,u. JPSSBCOE 1. Our Country. *
Dr J ebon. ,
; ju S and their glorious and perpetual Union. J
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this town, will show Gen. Pierce 10 be unsurpuDRcd didalo for Governor wu* defeated in .1847, and 2. Tne Constitution of the United Fifties S i ibuhcunce 4 .
under the, control luu i I J. 11I1J'
; in the full and ,unexceptionable discharge tliu legislature was ut 5'I-
Hale Extracts toil, the 0111) sure guaranty of naliorfol To tbojw clout readers (if there art)
I of nil the duties pfrtuining to tho genllcmun Whigs and aboljtioni being at the llasty ,I any

\ and. the private citizen. h head of this coalition. Iu thai session Colby I Hon. E. C. CiBiit's opinion of Gen. Scott, June, perpetuity and prosperity. j who are ignorant of who Gen. Pierce it and are d.. I"

I YnursrepectfuIIy, (Whig) wus elected Governor by the "Lfgisla-, I2iu Id 52. "Scott has a padlock on his lips,and the .3. Our revolutionary I-.thcrr-Twcnt.Fivc' sirous to know jf.nethin: ''?wit him, wecoinmeol '1, -

\\'ILLf.l1'ALKFR. I lure, be being the first und.only \Ynag".oyer. principles of&wtJrd In bu 6t te. het octr t.and tutods millions of happy pco. Ic, neo now enjoying the fallowing, copied front the Juuj uu)Jet of the
I, nor of New Hampshire vineu 1828 ; aud.MrvPog before,the .
country us the candidate uf the higher law ,the rich fruits of their lahuurrt-tlleir virtues Demnooiiiticflrviw:" -
j COSCOKD ft. II.,July 19, 185:, the present ('dilurIf the Jndepen&ntDcmucrat pany." S I I uncontrolaulewhen
DEAR SIR ;-I I cheerfully (ubolitiuu paper) ,) was, elected Secretary The flection of Scott under present circomstanceg and noble deeds, will ever live. in the memory -1 I "Fierce, night,selin'n

L f nl this date. Gen. Pierce"and reply his to your note of State.In ,would be to continue, the Govvr&nifnt in iLe haud.S vl their grateful l countrymen. I I:[I stooping In doubt never fu fuller, grnuriMfo as
family have
I the law is elect Guvernor of the Free .Soil party until their iuaiki,ui Las destroy the open hand kindly mid wanly inpcrftnl
l.onrded with hx since,Ngienibcr 1850, and New' Junpshir6 to a them Uaiun 4. The Dem icratic platform-Broad,liberal relation.-, earnest.m till ihitus.uml in iintiiiii;

do so,_I ill. J bare IIhvay. been a \y hig lUV". und tit a to officers every year ; but the "it ;did seem strange that any Aon"Soulbern'D1ln S : and patriotic-It will receive the warm unqualified more than witticism ami luif, grm.l in .fu. "

self, and have' uniformly voted with tun party party rule is to decline Karoo men, if possible, could support dcott." rrpurtid, iu the hew \"aILX.mfl. i It approval oftvcty true Democrat ',J f quencir, grainier in action, goud in bite unj in '
second ('II ihe 1848 General
the ,
opposed to Gen. Pierce in politics, und lor year year
urn Lilsoit uiule the hut f.umor l.infj, tltr inIriend.ihip
D :
mortified thai Pierce took tne Held fur the uf S ; 5. The bluie of Florida-Identilkd in hoi.or ) '
though the uf
nge'icy any number uhicli has no humor, l'ut last let
of our party, there Bhould be occasion lo redeeming his native :.;; >. Under Ins leadership und interests with that ;portion of the people.;
the nnthe
eves; Ite charaeiemho, with ucl<
deny irnpututions 10 entirely groundless ns the democrat were triuirphunt bY'1t ma- Henry Clay on Military Rule. f. of the United fixates uho, ale j>tru...."linx 'ur intellect and a courage/ which nhimks froiai.o u| ..
those which, for party purposes' have been j..niiy uf 1,100 fur (;overnor, uni' seturmtr u 'At this early period ot the Republic S
,keep the maint nance of thcconatilutio.iul t nd reserved conclusion, uf that stnnly bn.-ed ut whi a'Mr.
'' put in circulation. 1 am .uro that a" ong major it v ol ivenly-live in the Jlouso of KipWiitiunt sing *>teiulil, in view the danger which 'J.uJcveriuriicil I' Puree the second
n di
of the she u'tverI representative
vii. Stcs-may
i S rights
nonuiuble men of both (turtles, who h'uve hud: ret9IIItt&Ve Jar % l.-ctud Gvv. every othcr"freo btutcrhbiticvu it tinJ.to. hi P'esitJ.rit .,
'' : ut the Ihrrtcd'Wtutt
I, un opportunity l to' know.Gcu. ,Pierce;well-yon ,I ernor; and the abolitionists and whi""s were to bo i SENTAL to IIII I hustling preservation; vj Illume recieunl In her humor and iutcre>Ii.I 1 1 I i I Nor arc some ut toe pccu'mriiiuitut'iiu: mii.il .

will find no unfavornbhuestimonv: against him turneil out of 6lliee. AI h r. Fegg. the present our liberties, that u man,,Jtt(U if cicil ,tulaus, 6. Hun. J. E. {Hroomc : our Candidate for and dis.d| .alll ur ul tiitr incidents ull hi* tile
L tiS'n private' cit zen. While w.tl. nut like editor of the Independent Dtmorrut, WuS reniuv.eJ und ufluriug no recoinuicnduiioii but !
one Gu\'urnur-\Vo will give bun, our undavidtduppurtaa unlike those of h. grtut pr..d'C.U(. LiktrJuck
hi* politic we ready from the 5cr..tRrstiip of Stule. He then founded I r.
arc to t\wdrd to him nil mi military sertice, should not be tiC.
hu h
on, tu alivti tslirunk truss
the best evidence, uf our conlldcncc. ) A pumi.hic -
1 respect und honor in other respects. 1 never coinmenced ubu ing Genera Pierce, and, from levied tu udnuniau line iov ruUlcl1t. I belifvc > life und ,
,, ,I Knew the least foundation of any charge' n- that lime to hiss, has continK'd to wbuse him, bo 'yet; and I shall cuii&idur time days 'ol' Tu which sentiment Ju.lgc! Broomc responded I I I the, tJ prefirru!, unh.i.iVhl'rt public

,ain 1 his private character ant I do not IKSI-; i in co-o{>crulion with D..S..Calmer, whoms. the Coiniiiuuufulili numbered MHEX AS 'urro. in a shun but eloquent and hu| py 1 4 evchi. duty, hii ',1J\.r!11'. ul Ills couiilry, ur its von.oeutica
I uu.unitieut ilu.iH-stic
I mjoyn.ent. -
tale I in UMI I do know iho uf those also once tM-crctary ol Htate; tin i ir ilifffrentauspices. SITE qtiic
say rev fiO PKJSC1PLE IS 1& IL
IhTABLIaHED.Speech :The Constitution Union
of 7. numb the A '
justly L.uu Juck"in, he ....11 held: the ,_ ,
be In 1849 and 1850, the democrats .
charges to 1 ruo.. With much respeLl, vour Clay at Lexington, Ky., July 12 1827.
sacred for toe fiiat wilL l the plough, und J'ct'a inuie thuii u farmer
., obedient 6ctvantVILLARD WILLIAMS.Who I were triuinph'tni by3,00tlnnd 4,000 majority.In Mallory's Life uj Clay .yuge 5W.It regard secure lJUr.1 '
&ugt.&t in ti.c Uaue-fffld nut with such u run)
1850, tut democrats nominated Uev. John mancnco of the second.

arc the writers' of these loiters 7 Mr. At wood for Governor, tor the election ol March. 8. John C. CuJhouri: The patriot iatesm.in; luriunc it) thc inconstant uvors uf fame as tile
Walker is 'an old gentleman 1851. indeed, we have,incurrcj Ihe Drvinc displeasure S giiMrTtnney, bai yet ulwuys wtli cuu,- a
or suvtniy -
und it i is who lived and died, battling for the Conjlitu- iiiii'iiiniing" tu a I'trltct guisceitieof d-ui-
chustiee this Mgtj
i years of age-iman of property, who In the fall of 1850 Pierce presided at the necessary lo -
lidS retired 'from active business. lie is- not Constitutional Convention, and ho had there people With the rod ot His tengcunce i l ion a I ribts'or the uuth. S get, lullilling 's banner was ciiinutcu Iu mm

fI bnly highly reupcciubli, but onu of tho most and then hvaruth&it Kev. Mr. Alt wood had been would humbly prostrate myself before Him, 9. The Democratio parly-The party i.fCunstiiution.ii even su us iu draw tb.th tho warm cuminenda-
I truthful( and ;implore Ills mercy, to Visit our favored hulLS, ol his pr&aK.lJt'nVl& ; und yet like hw prulutype -'
intelligent, and; high-minded men in tampered with by the abolitionists, and had libcrt)-alvyi j's inumph.uii S
Concord land with \VAl! With, PESTILENCE, with was inure than a General; held his
or in the State Mr. Williams is himself 1
a ex pressed a letter to some of them when united defeated
when divided.
FAMINE, with ANY seal and it in ihe and like -1
resigned senate
mechanic, at Ihe head of department of the against the Fugitive slave law. Pierce had an SCOUKGE! other limn ;
.. extensive carriage manufactory of Mr. J. Stephen j interview with him. lie cemented to retract MILITARY RULEor u blind and headless 10. Who is Franklin Pierce ? nil unwavering Jackson, too teluriicd lo tbe quiet, uu.tenmliuus -

Abbott, in this to"n. lie is,one of its the letter and to write another in favor of the enihuyiuxiri fur mere MIUTASY renown.' und eflieienl champion of the Constitutionan practice of that 'legal profession, from
tu-.st find must whoso Jlenfy Clay' speech dl; Baltimore, May 13, 1828. inbred which tbedemurucv of our great confedera
respected citizens$ honor l law ; but subsequently denied to say merely -' Democrat of the Granite State.
I ml truthfulness &e lr1GlWjI'Life of Clay, 657. cy, ut separate periods,an.l iu limes not d'u :-
51 no une'would attempt to dis- I that the first letter was hasty. Pierce 'wouldnot page whuie principles are as fixed and unchangeable .
t 1 IIIU.Yhot,; are tho: politics of these K ntle- staml this,vacillation, lie got a new convention ".,lilur in imj. nd.ing danger and arduous
: Inca 1 Democratic 7 Not a bit of it. They are called, anil Attwood vas thrown overboard Appointments of Judge Broome 84 the rocky base S of his cwti native difficulty, has vailed feeveraliy both west toliill

both strong Whigs ; but they both feel mortified having onl) two voles; Dinsmore wusnjininatvd Judge Broome,the,Democratic candidate for Goveruor bills. the Presidential chair. Frauklm Pierce Mt

ul the shameless attempts Of members ol !, though he hud been elected the two will address the people at the following places! : S 11. The Army and Navy of the United I is nuw about lurlsu )eufa of age. He bus _

heir ptuty; to disparage and injure,the private previous years. This was only a month before At Heroaodo Court house on Saturday August, States. served in Congress, both ia the Senate and ia
character, of General Pierce, and;.they have t Ihe election and many sensible dtmociaiz the 7th. the tiuube. lie was elected tu '.: latter ia
borne this willing testimony, which Is alike thought it wus'n dii ngerou ex 1f1H1'Bt. Pierce At Flemington on Wednesday the llth. 12. Our candidate for the'Vice Presidency- 1833, und again in 1805. tie first entered tku

; honorable to them and to the leader of the op. was u:amxuc:.e"sful, though Mr.. Attwood was At Alicesocpjr on ''bond., the 12th. William U. King-Ilia eminent abiii>y as a Senate of ihe .Uuiltd thaws on March 4Ui,

; pi.ii'o' political .party' 'in New Hampshire. u BaptIst minister in good standing ami very At Newnansville pa Saturday the 14ih. diplomatist abroad and his long and distinguished 1837, und cuniinufd lu be a number until 25ii;

( .' Whul will the New Y Tribune lay to ibis ? popular.Thus At New River on Mopday the 6th. i in the councils of the nation February, 184J, 'hen he resigned fie bus
I Will it insert these letters in its columns 7Ve career r. thus served in the nuiiunal legislature, with

shall hce, Upon this part of the subject I may l law ,.ii will be seen that the and Fugitive Slave Another new Boat for the East Florida commend him fully to the united support of eminence unsung his bruther-legisfalurs, and

\ add thai such is the character cit Gen., Pierce was lu test questions, thai General. every advocate ot Democratic principles. tu the entire buusluciiuu of hi> constituency

j lOt sobriety that two years ago he was up. Pierce was its caumpn.n. Wtmt has the Washing I 'rad'e.Ve 13. "Our Yeomanry and Volunteers"-Patriotic during three successive admmwlratiuns eot .

I pointed one of a committee at a great temper i ton Republic now to say fur itself GeneralVierci'a \ luithiul ana brave-Winfield Scull's Andrew Juck uu '(.nd.itnii,) General J&H It

arice meeting Concord to request the.publichouses friends here say thai they next expect have sincerest pleasure in announcing declaration, tu the contrary,nut w lb lIaJJdlllg. risun, und Tyler." l
lo hear him charged with being in lavor ot the as do
to abandon' the sale of liquor ; and Mr, we upon the best authority. that the own- ..Volunteer Toa,... S
d'ussof :he American.Houso enactment of the.alien Bud sedition laws, or a ers ot the capital Steamer '" J as.ice to Gen. Pierce.MA .
assured me that re-churter uf the United States liia mk. In cither "Florida, so well By CoL Humphrey, President of the day.- Flori

tl.ough he has kept iiJiolel for twenty .years, charge there would !be HS much propriety Usn.tbirt.curttAined and so favorably known as the medium of certain da-Rich in soil and products and b est in clime- certificate signed by inure than one hun1dredpersuns r
i und his house is the place whore Gen. Picec'i and uccasioual t I When released aa she noon will be, from whig misrule uf inc most respectable churoc-
the directLu
t friends ltcomcJlo'neVef-1U1W or knew ut hitnto in Republic. i/ies
,i- drink two glasses of. liquor tyirtgHhutlime. } II') June' .1851, Martin woi,nominated forGuvcrnor -. with Cuurlcxluci. have-la proce,sol construeijou -i ii By Mathew Solaaa, lat Vice President"The speech appears in the tiusiuii Post braudioga i

time. there, is no anlltitrice of o pub; lh/j th-cliou to coincoff in Utlrctr;TBftL i aitutiier'flue Buxt-..(t bercumpleted about Constitution,a strict,adherence to its letter and Kur utterly tu... the abolition version of thai

lie HO little in his lifctimo as Attwood again came forward un line n bolt lionprinciples the lt November) for the same trade. It is it. ia the only guarantee to enaure the perpetuity u( speech, re-published in Washington ifcjwblicand j ,
Muitm was elected by 13,00011I1&- :1
G the Union. ;
So. P&flmP' the charge ,of being' a I jority, with 25 nmjoiisv in ire Hutfee ut' Hepruoeutatives. ., we undurstttud, the intention 'of the,company ;: i, By Jao. M. Fontane Sod, Vice President--The S U :u-morruw."-Whig Georgian.papers. We will insert :.

ardand $ The charge of .drunk.1 'I'teso political. movcinenls were when their. new bout is finished to run in. f memory of the late distinguished patriots and Ita tel. IIt

have-._ effectually: disposed uf. the bolde and moat bucces .tul I ever attemptedIn I regular connection with the line from New men, calhoun and Clay. I The tenor of the above, which we quota
is one ch'argo'' that remains. II is ,against the United Stales, und:no' man but one who : York lo Charleston ; by which arrangement By George Center-The Whig"toweling falcon." I I from the Georgian of the and, would one might ,Wt.hl

; political consistency charge so fhol!i.-.h hat math ihe fntireconlid 'nceoi his parly, anal who : they' will be able bland -verily it u prudent in him,to bold oa tu hia pride I suppose ; if any thing couW-fawke the cunducto. .n,
here of all shades possessed the' hi0-31 abil ty* 'could PUhi passengers.from, New ol "military place for he
every per un political of '' ; is destined to realize in .
I"I' uf
opinion, regard i it as'ihe.most foolish imagina iucceed in nbeiti. Never, perhaps, wus :I York, at Piculuta, in_ .less.I than fuur. days ; and his own peran in November next, the truth of the I such papers us the Wudiiiigioo &pablicandtho .u

: ble. For sake$ pf con Pierre, in full man,.in any State, so much the' embodiment from Cburlcsum at 'limo same terminus m 1 i aphonim,that_a "bird ia the,hand,i s worth wo in the Jacksonville.Yew Eta ;" blush ill, 'dell"e

reliance upon the isicrlcl'principle. |in the uf his party as Frank Pierce. Il is calculated t 1[ less than twenty-four lour..tho bush.' view of the hamelei, 'and. perunacioiu UIIMI-
,; end has that in the. coming elect on for President, the advantage By Paul Arnou..-Ccnenal Franklin irs
risked qgaln Bnd ain the Pierce
temporary ot such i in -Asa ICily, m iheircoui .
improvement, speed and ,uued
Stale bun dt. ,
j defeat of; his party, ana some ot the wisesl will give 10,000 mujoniy. j rectness' lIme ItIteamalland soldier V7 lAilutjeu and without rtfreocA ut Gen. aspewiou
politician the, Stalo deemed him impruJeni That he has sought the Presidency,directly |I irqn.it 'from the ,great emporiumof -The senseless virulence with which the upon the datter or Free-.Suil

r till they now tba result, Let mo, give you a or indirectly,i U known and believed ot all parties the Eirpire State, (there being but out, whip assail him ia a sufficient proof"f hu worth sm-thcir persistence in a Calumny! so oft ,

I b'iefjjuiline ot his professional and political in this Slate. In fact, his' taste lay more]i l change of transport, in the entire route J is too and of the fear in which they stand of him. and iboroughljr refuted show pretty conclusively t. l
which I have bis than in affairs. In 184 By Capt. D. Dummett..--dcott's 1
t history, gathered //on Ibe ,best in profession public manifest require order 48tq the
to argument for in great straiu to which
::1 soniccs of inturu>ution. us ) have stated, he resigned the'office of Um- Hlustra-i all iu pam, a grow ,and foul libel upon the ihey aw t
t lion.. We wish"Iu the enterprising ol Florida which will be duly people brought, in a bad cause.....their riliacatlon ot
In 1837, (General Pierce weal Jo the barf In ted Slates Senator. In 1845, be was appointedby S ; remembered and ac
1837 he was elected by the Legislature to the the Governor, according to the constitution, who havq embarked iu this must !' '

f United States. Senate.. In' 1839. he removed $lo fill the unexpired term of Levi 'Woodbur). dertaking.nbundant success and a By Capt. Ruben H. Pinkham.-The Election* 'ol preheisibilityotttha ac re of iu kaowauos .
L : from Hillsborougb to Concurd. In Juno who bad a office. He declined ; GeL Scott to the Presidency-Iu effect
1842, accepted judicial to which itenliment, we think upon the na.j I truthfulness to rt "It.li
1i4' be resigned his sat in the United States' Senate the olfl e. Subsequently1 the democratic- we may safely i I I tion, woald be like that of Thunder on liquor to (fnprobatian because

I for the purpose of dev ',hlmsrIf to hi,* party unanimously nominated nim for Goyer- say, our community 'wilt r 'nol show one dissenlieul raise the dregs to the top. ; j't I it must as all indications too unmlstakcaU :!:. 6 Jif

iI profession.. New Hampshire.stands A Nu' nor. He declined the honor. In 1846, Preai-I:i, ft.'el ngt Therej .another :i improvement: I!, By F. flumphw-A. E. MaxwelJ, rnJj.I declare, be unproductive aught u gOfl to

i lor its bur, and among them ,all.'thtre has nut dent Polk offered'him the Attorney m unspeakably..important, to.the whole of'that daui for Congrea.-He ia known to na by his high re- them, or their, party; b"'t,110nAemindshaYtf' S
been qne so successful as General )'erceJ 1. 'would have.git'en him unyting else' te ; portlon'uf our Htatr: which putauon for ulenr and his inflexibility of DemoVradc .
I 'who" has 'won" abd lusi few: hired, but Pierce declined nil '"' f. '' *hiPI.J'I.and I receives :ts northtrp principles and, will receive the undivided strong a proneness to pojitlc l abcrratwru Ben
ppno. so many so ]:, ,- t" mails by tfie luwef or'tea support' off froai she hue
." 1 "; 4.i j- .' #f m y&tei t.t1t11ti board-Mtej rc.-,'Zllld_ the Democracy.. of old fluJohns; 1 J,' uf.verily tbat:?m.,1t iItdUceUL4 .
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Seeker ef Knowledge under Diffigrilles many wbicb, nn abolitIon authoriiy it ub-1!I : !trk J J STABIU1IY--SECURITY--PEBPETU1TY. Cbarleatou and Florida Ll e e. : \ ,..jTIESrLENDIDNEWPA

: lisheji /for the 8o tht will vamcwnfldwi: t bo Oil ih* 3I(alt;.fa* the Rev.Mr.,Yajetla,Mn WIL-I 900,000.
< followed by results still more. in 'loriotis,lo its tux TBUAITT,**'Jttfaxmvillf* .'>_ )U, : D .UTUAGLIVE IJIBUBASCECOMPAHV RET STEAiIEI;.' *.1 :
QcEmojr--Who Is the Candidate cuttse. Fur eldest daughter of.Mr.jJobn Masters bfthl. Cfqfttf* ,.
? of the Whig our own part, we are mOlt i ns- ., if:4 : FLOIUDi. z
[party for President t'Anwsc. lonlrted at; the prodigious cia of .f ) .r OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALLSt.. L. Bi. ." .' '
"Faae< and Fecthers." which ifs editor i i. thus ahuw etTrOlitfl"1fj-:1 A .1litalL 4rra.a"-eata. I'J 1":;,. t ', TAec nalated Fend Nov lst,1849, $900,. COXETTER, ilaszatt. '.
Q. Wha are o gnali6catlons 1 t.owed.. Oilier men whom no afiom PkoataJ8rtlei! 'St'Aagtistlae. "L.- .,Invested 'Boitdi and Mortgage IS NOW running reiuJar)1) :i

A. ire" frktrk ,Ie for Ms>, )suit'way bfiakl i apW miithtbaced'aeistd' would: have I Int'ktit.| .ar"-Jlcoda, and funda,']! A. -r.. on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks If on the Line between J J. .-li
k:1Oua.a". di n L tai tit N.,Z 7WI."t", lhei bras ._unliushiaK! ,':' DxrAtTs_SuiMays and Wednesdays 19 M. Iflcht. State and City of New York and United Charleston, Savannah, and ; .
l i1H lu Ifl inpudencp, to. pursiw a' Cu ... I Rules,Government. the Sc John'Hi ;
***"!* ** 1** T *a sis, 9 f course so : *is* Sandaysan Q. It there this his rccklewly inconsisteni. The IU.fwwicf \ .This food ,The following schedule has been ) '
'any ia history to recommend rapidly increasing by a widely extea adopted whkh ,
editor I.I proved td have been wanting,' ]. &d wows the hour of -}
m p csliajf4o the favorable notice of ths and prosperous business. arriyela aDd departures /rom the
people .
r'Floridr f" t > v 10 none of the qualifications necessnrv). fur iha. The Company declared dividend oi profits of fif various ports :

A. Yes,abundance? He"fit,*Indians once: here achievement. We confess --we fenr that some, THE:STEAMER will be FLORIDA )w JkL Cosxrm." ty-two Per ceDe on all existing policies on the 3 1st Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, '.. ) j
and denounced as nU'u coward; said we aw aa of our readers will regard him with wonder so' of Augttst aczi will thoroughly her anal painted by the'iQth of January, 1848. Leaves Savannah every Wednesday 4 .. I'.x.
.Indian ia ntense: as to amount tondmirntlnn, | resume trip na the tfu All tie Profile Leaves JatksonviU* every Thursday ,
every bosh, and ran from puwsnd thai Groryfan.Gea. Johns River. ** are divided a>nonj Leavas at 10 A.JT.. .1 '
be was profoundly ttniVJed.at having to stay arnoagst Will leave Charleston :oAu- time ... Picolata every Tharaday, at 2 *.M.
mi Tuesday the 10th s I"0
a people so degraded. Jackson and glen Scott, I I gnat and go direct to 'the St. Johoa, to her .usual TM premiums are payable in cash annually,semwtally. xmrsjRxs, *

Q. Any thing more f A xcminlicenco of Gen Jackson and Gen. ,, stopping place and morning will atop at.St.Aagus- I A or iquarterly, interest being added on the Leaves Pilatka every Friday, at 7 o'clock" A. *. '0' : 55
A. Yes Mr. Cabell, Ke has a pad lock on his Scott is revived br the Washington correu- tine. deferred payments. Leaves Plcolata JO to .
lips, and carries his principles in Mr Reward's breeches pendent of the New York Journal tf .Commerce Will lean st.Angustlse k r'on'Fri&y sfteraoo*.the The cash principle adopted by this Company sesres Leaves Jacksonville every Friday, at 3'P..*.' '
pockets, that 'he Is the "(tee soil., abolition : 13th.August.direct for Charleston" ***' to the parties for whose, benefit the insurance Leaves Savannah Saturday,at 9 M A'.. .]
higher law-candidate (or President. tit. are ef&eted the whole of.the advantages, without( The FLOSIDA
'In Augustine July 31,1853.BAICEHY. has been built
ilarch 1829. Gen. Jackson under the ap
succeeded tit subjecting them
f Q. Will way bod in Florida support him, anil if to the heavy drawback of aecnmufated '
to who t ibe Presidency. Between Gen. Scott and Gen. NEW premium notes. pefatendenceofapt.accommodations Coxetter, end her speed and N
A.Mr Jackson there had been personal! difficulties Persons effect insurance their lives for Passengers are nisnrpassed by .
may on own
CaWU"lI there are a few miserable IE Subscriber from boat '"
hacks here party dating as far bock AS the T lately. Savannah, proposes and,the lives of others. A married in* any ever placed on the St. lob D.' Freight .'
who are the eoadjitors of the free soilers y..ur 185. to establish himself in ,Si: Augustine from the woman can and pulice.low .1 br other JiDe. F
who abuse him for 'At an early stage of the pew adrolnlstra- cure the life of her husband the benefits of which are any Any tur-
not doing so, but be intimates 2d. August next. The public can be tberfafonn.tioDCl be
supplied with obtained .
that the lion, Gun. Hcott tailed at ibe office ul' tbo,Secretary secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or children. by applying to eith- ,.
1 sarJ1? better&aa they should be, and asserts Bread, Cake, Kea French Rosette; hot Sofa,and er of the undersigned -, #
that they are ready to sell out their principles of War-Gen. John H. Eaton-and all kinds of Biscuit; he promises to keep ca hand the J. W. CALDWELL Charleston. ;
sad their country for the loaves and fiishes.'A tendered lo bim his resignation as Major Gen. best quantity of floor, ' Clergymen aDd'an others dependent upon sal. E. W. BUYER, Ka DUb. ., .;
Q. D r, 1aaimae..whO th.y are', (a. the Anny, .: I The twta IiahrgensigJs,.ept .JI ;'Clarkcl' net are specially invited to an1lJbemaeln..o/ a re- .BELLECHAS3EE& z
No%{.> tbcU. aUoJca W'EJjtorsbuy { I.D ae"' 'Gen Eaton, a very cool considerate mid, resideneeao Barracks jreet, c ja:>rherebjr their sundviag faaiiles' may be secured F "lEO.'N.-, .racbft ,:

lair thai to don't tMtfeveAhai any tru*''Bqu&u. and (nen.lly.to Gen. ,Scott, begged to remonstrate Price-5 cent'per l babe 23 t\-AJew._.00.. 4. rom the vUs b r.m r .- Jt-A-'l'Uat,-" .1 _
a ..," or i uiuty"SouiM? would uo. .so. Against this procedure1. ., IP" Please'give. as a T ; ..Pamphlets of da prlndples of xusaf April JO,-IO ft. _' .,-. '' .', ...' rw k
Q. What f S 'caU.IfENI Life lasoranae,a'ad illustrating- advantages, with t .
t are Whig principles Gen. ScuU was, however bent :his: 'LEo.St.
A. Loaves and fuhes.* purpuse and he added to his esplanfttlonlbathi jopoo :- ;, Augustine,July 31',1852. ; ; -' 5 (onus orappUcatloDD obtained at the office 01 FOB SALE. .
Q. Who 'said that old"Fuss and Featherswas a the. Company Wall. .,'crof any of IlilseDIs. AT U. COULTER& GO'S J.
iharlaun and talked about those who unhinged the about family were h Europe and that he was Valuable Land for Sale. :. TRUSTEES dTORE, I lute Subscriber '
f '* ***? : to go and join them, and should be Jos B Collins and now fown the
> loaI&11D &!, &; absent subscriber ofiera for sale a tract .f land eon- David C Colden landing schr.
A. C. F. Drew, oflhe, Etpullica some months per hap* a year. THE 10,000 acres located ia, Township 6. .Wm J Uyalop Alfred Edward, Mary Isabella from Baltimore ''.
Q. .\h Gtn. Eaton then requested Gen. Hcott to remain R. 28 E. Dear. six mile-creek which empties into-8s. R H McCnn'y. r Wm Betts, 2, 00 bushels of Bale.oreV1i1e Cora. ." .
' A. Yet. s in the city, and cull on him the next Johns River three'miles below Picolats,aDd known Ered Winston Joseph Blunt ,1,700 bushels White Oats* '. J' ".
Q. Who"naUnges the pregnant knee now, thathtift day.Gen. as the ",.Huertas Grant. C,W Faber Isaac G Pearson 50 bales of Hay. t v' e
may follow owning t Entnn went to President Jackson nnd A small portion of Mid tract Is composed of Hammock John P Yelverton, Henry Well, 30 bWs Howard st. Flour, ;::r

A. Bah! Informed him of the interview, and that Grn. and Swamp-the remainder iaPine land with Theo Sedgwick Wm Moore. 2Q kegs superior Batter, ,.. !" .-
Q.What fa Whig consistency t Scott bud tendered resignation. Gen. Jn k- a betty growth of pine trees.thereon. Stacy B Collins Zebedee Cook 15 II No. 1 Lard, '

Q. To be inconsistent to run a Fuss and Featherstkket ton replied '1 suppose Gen. Scott thinks that GERONIMOIIIUE&TAfi., John H Swift, Jona Miller, 5 bbls Apples, ",
aaVTlhea run one for Congress that denounces on account of old difficulties between us, I aha July 31st, 1851 I John Wadsworth David A Comstock 20 boxes assorted Crackers
film as a pad lock man, a tree suit, abolition higher unfriendly' lo him-which 1. not !be ciise S Cornell. Robert Shnyler 4 bbla Pilot Bread, .
Jaw u.llaicWcelu, U" $ r'\ : ',:; L. 1 and; therefore be wishes real Administratrix's Sale.Hy GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers. ) .10 Mercer Potatoes .},
lo Now.
n. '
Democrat do in the T of the icon John V L 5 kegs Batter Crackers, ,
Q. What shoald the premises Mr Secretnry, do what please in the matber permission the Court of Probate Prays Joseph Tackerman. .
A. Groaa. but treat Gen. Scott you in the ; St. Johns Coonty, will'besold. ,at the Coon Fred Whittiesey, Moses .H Grinnell, : 10 boxes Raisins ,
Q. Who can't fool he people of Florida t precisely sameiiwimerand House*in the City of tit Augustine, on Monday the Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker 2 bbls Onions, .T.
+ 4$. "Ysr iced trey ers," and his party hacks here with the same consideration! a_ _if 23d day of August 185 .at 13 M. the following real .John C Cruger Eugene Dntilh, 70 lb. Candies, ;\ ,
. iwho are ready to sell principles and country. 'nothing had ever passed between bun and KstatcU-of the Estate of the late Domingo Usina deceased Walter Joy, Francis Lathrop I ease Cloc ,aaorted, -;r I
Q. Aay of them fa these digg' me.Thenrxt ; to wit: A lot or parcel of ground with the Alfred pet, JO Thatcher. 60 bags of Wheat Bran *:": :.
A ah t l,. i ; day Gen. Scott; called nt tha War buildings thereon, situated in the City of St. Augustine JOSEPH COLLINS President.., I ease Pickles,assorted, .
Q! lilt possible for any man who is not Wad, to Office, and.Gun. Eiitnu informed him that, a* and bounded 'as follow, namely; oa the,West ::4Iuic ABBATT Secretary. 2 dozen jars. Pt eserves .;
sell his principles and country fur old clothes sopit he wished tb go to Eurupe, 'fie (ihe Secretary), by George Street; on the North, by lot of iDarin ti JosxTB Btvar Counsellor. 4" Lemon Syrup, '. ,->,*cAt ,
Ward and Cabell would live him a furlough for twelve months. Allen | on the South, by lot of James Hurlbert, and G. R. EUUAKKS, Agent Su Augustine Fla.q wholesale and retail }t. ,_' r
\. With politicians all things are possible'panic- Gen. Kcott' accept**! it, but still left hilt rpstp- on.the! East by lot of Joseph Faculty Senior--said 16th. 'A share of pnplie patronage is respectfullyollicited. '

lady with pan hacks &e. rice nation in the hand ol thu Secretary,to bo: uc- lot containing, one sixteenth of aa acre, more or leas. JAMES R. IlANIIAjf.
copied or not. 0 ConJiiions Cash. TO ,LET. Jacksonville rch 13, 1852. tf. 14mlfti u .

Gcu Pierce and the wasblastoa Be Gen. Scolt wen to Europe. After nhoul ANTONIA iIrrCUCOCK,Admix. .I A dweU'a, House aDd't on a lot containing '
public lien months absence, bo returned to Now Si Augustine.81st July Itf52. two acres of ground, will be leased.for the term ) lIm _w m: ;

in the hiitory of Yurk. From that rily he nildrt9cd a letter of twelve 't"an.-The premises are situated on the '
Wo have; known nothing Notice to Limit Creditors &c. west side of the river : ST. AUGUSTJUIE E. F.
Si. Sebastian and known
to S Eaton ,
en. of u .
Secretary War thanking
journ:iltiun Sure literally IHCIIUUS and unpriiitipiiM.llum persons indebted to the Estate of Mrll.HaabaDal ,
Peter C. place, adjoining lot of Col.
him. fur Iris ALL Humph
of the Waslunicton Rt- courtesy, expressing a desire THIS ESTABLISHMENT bay
the course late of :t. Johns County, .deceased reys. It is a very desirable situation for
public towards General Pn. tcic. This geue;| > to withdraw his resignation. Gun. Eton replied are requested to make payment without delay : And milch cows and poultry,and goof Und for a keeping garien. .[ ing undergone Thorough Repairs this
limn sarong been committed to the npi ,rt of ,sending him hilll letter of resignation, and further notice ia given that all debt and demands, or For terms apply at this ofScV present season is now ready for
thc OAdl lw u..d rights cif the rinu'h, by n life.tyiut't guying that lie was much gratified that unodicer whatever nature against said Egtate.nust be exhibited : June 19, Ib53. M reception ct Cont'!. FAMILIES AND

tune's warlufe' upon utolitiuti, wu 110 who had conferred an much nonor upon within two years f out this dale;, and all Creditors, TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious
Itmniisotfed J .r the Pivitideiicy,thus the thuu'htvrv Ints service had dett'riiined tu remain. in it. Lr"att"tllnJ persons entitled to distribution,who shall Tax Collector's Sale. I II Apartments.
iiaturully presented spelt l lu the central l 'It was, of ci urse, in the power of Gen. En n-.t present tbrir claims and demands within the said virtue of the power vested in me by law I '
y Wi>i"te'K >P, tbut by (inrtainiinic' the filCl, the ton, at any lim ,:whilo the retticimtioii was inIIIH period will be forever "rr d. I BY expose for sale before the Court House ness Booms Itself Airy furnished Clean handsomely.Motblnff and If eat.--
imiKlit, to endorse liHti.-imuon it nod that All bukiuetfs relating lo said Estate will be transacted tfu Augustine the first
Frtr Rulers of the North might be so stronglyarruyrd ; in the city oj on Monday oft >! Wanting.
Liar, (with the \Vklgs.) an toIIMU "ulltd&u vu put un cud to G.n.Boon's miltury Lyjuiy ,\Uurn.,. IS. 0. UouIJ, Fqr .1|I January. 1853, the following described property or
URiuust EL1ZAI1KT1I The House is wen known enllj
as being re'
we ',. Admr. I I IIt much thereof as, will pay the Blats and
him Mil- rsuppartvl taunt p' puluus I St. AnguMine,July 17th 1829 I county with a view to toe
... 8wksTHE .and the necessary"ape. toe '. Built Expreaaly accomtxlationor -
iiudcout. I. i
. l7oiMJ-.-iliti JU4kUi cenaiu .5 5 .
; I.UM ut'tlie ( PJU8'step ii t 0 Intlidi and Otert-,: beias entire) '
up tau OuptaiaV Of I *ltfKil"acresTEfd' UniC assessed
her the to
.J dMy
( Con-qu !ntly two I SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR I Santos '
built of Wood with Rooms connecting Folding
Cuti. flee' RoJrignex.being near Dun'n Lake and lying in
ur lh s Bultsnsre p..uxmtac section
45.township 12 south range 2d Doors .
The east.
.1 l vdiitiun, this RepuMiCjUMd ''uU,"lug lun licmnphrcilite brig Protcnn having cnIfl"u.1 Duuble :
PIVOTED TO AOBICTLTTSE, EOSTCI7I.TCXE, ASD taxed and advertised for'DOb payment of taxes Dampness. Fireplaces Blinds to windows '
Lugo number fur
aURII"On!:lU flawy_-,.: 44 ouen-hm. Usntrol Pierce it. .un.lllAbltJll Uivrr,a unher.tho commaiiil fit jiastenucri of Captain(b&Scott Nat, The Gfoeral Planting Interests" of the South. the year 1851.' Also assessed for 1853 as per"Addi : ,opening on Piazza Promenade Two .
Bona) List. Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain*, Cold
vmiMUedto Southern notes ; and its bi' Sewaid and J.mnstnti mutes is uiiuvui.htlily DANIEL LIE M. D., t lroa, Uuleas taxes and expenses are paid before day of \Vindl.&c.{ forming a desirable BSTXXAT Fiona '
I |l'IHI11Ir.| RUT .UL uiiU air wuuciole Free ; detained b tint desertion oi a largo number KEDMOND, Asuisrl cT F.DITOS. sale. < confinement at all seasons of the year.- '
toiler uf L, nn and the nrighliurliiMMl, will I llie crew ; tlu pulilic are cautioned ;ig' tins: R. B. CANOVA,Sheriffand ex officio The House is situated facing South in central

hire uu opportunity of tall ig Southern dirt. hurbor ng or tru"!ring any of the unJcisigncd. I'uLlisLed, on the tilt of every month at Augusta Ga. I Tax Aaeetsor and Collector,a.s. c. I position, and retired from other Dwellings. .
A huleiuier lU wuid wore tluih : neither the Captain or consignees will ba rev' at the low rate of June 6, 1852.. The House contains 45 Rooms with additional
und .'oml'R'helh.iive care- poimil-le fur any debts of their contractinir
tA nnrti iborouith | ; ONE Parlours Dining, Setting Boomsand con-
lin and of iliu Kiiuuld return lo heir DOLLAR A'YEAR ADVANCE.. *-' Tax Collector Sate.BY .
than that tf the Fret Soil leaders, they duty within sixty I veniences in general Per Accommodation cannot
'..ung Ai ii-rice, nt rejturd to the uouiinatKMiFKAXCUS days. nn.qiicKtionii will bo a+krd ? TEIlMd.O.xs virtue of the power vested ia me'by law 1 be surpassed.
WILLUM It. Kill tau DAN'L WEBSTER OF )IA S expose for sale before the Court House
PIKKCK and CIIUSETTS. in I I well earned this house
The Reputation
Corr. Six COPIES
one year. $1 ; one $5
SECBETART year.- ; the cfcy of St. Augustine on the first
witnfMwd.T cr STATE.J Monday of
.Ut travel Year'
TWENTY-FIVE Cones one year. $30; Oxc HCXDKCD Januaqr, 1853, the following described has from Year to acquiredjt will be thaProprietressBIrs.
e New Yurk Evening Post takes tbe inatTM imes Abcrcombie, of Al.t. property or DAVIS aim to sustain and a
kindly na the WuiU ut.ti Union. Mr Charted,Allen, of MUHS. COPIES 1 one year. $75. I|110:much thereof aa will pay the State and county liberal heretofore she
I and due thoreon. for the Patronage re-
'liscc u as Sully cominiiu-U the Ct>.npro-nike Edward C. Cube 11, of KloriJn. AH sulteriytioitt tnnt ctmauiue ioik the Fem I I j I taxes One Town necessary Lot expenses in the city of SL An tae j"! turns her thenks.
& ow.
erasures as any other man in the country, and Charles aulkucr, ot Virginia. THE CASH SYSTEM will be rigidly adhered 10, net unknown, situated on Marine street adjoining The Table will be supplied with choicet

Kutlg tu the Fugitive Slase Law,without nluce Meredith P. Gentry, of Temi. ant l in no ease will the paper be sent nnlejs the money lot of J. W. Hwiuney, and leading therefrom direct. Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks, Venison
': tuvthe resolution of the Cotiventmu" Joshua K. GiJdingn, of Ohio. accompanies the order. I I(I 'V south to a 10&of Frauds P. Sanchez, returned by i Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time
Rich the,POll treats u.bumlluK aUINarce.'e.' John W. ilowe, of Penn. Add"V1. S. JONES,.Augusta, Ga., I'eterfenet. Doubletaxed and advertised for nonpayment our [Rivers and Forests abound. Two or'

..a* the principal tl tU.- trCtut Union trKetiiiitlicld William .'. Hunter of Ohio. Tax Collectors &IeBy ,of taxes for years 1849 '50,and '51. Also more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this .
: in New Ibinftohire lit November, Ics O. ur James Johnson ol Georgia. assessed for 1852 at per"additional list. louse. ''
!iurmibouts lo which Mr. WRBSTIK and lh. Horace Mann, of Mats. virtue of the power vested in me by law I steal I Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of Horses Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing
late Judge WOOOBUBT iidda-H*d letters that Alexander H. Stephens, of G.nrgfa. for ale before the Court Douse in the sale, BoaU for Excursion&c.
ave nut been forjcutten. Air. Pierce spoke hit Robert H. 'io robs, of Georgia, city of 8l. Augustine 00 the tat Monday of January, !I R. B. CANOVA, sheriff and ex-". Tackles Very Respectfully,
'. Abolitionist and Aano "l'uck..ot New 1853, the following described property,or to much Tax Assessor and Collector. '
; UMU pretty ttrangly louchiiiK Hampshire. s.j. c PROPRIETRESS.
thereof aa will pay the State and,county taxes and the
.te SuuenJwU at that ." Alexander White, of Alabama. nece sery expenses due tfjrreon.GC03 ., t.ras Collectors sale
UaniieUy' tbe press which we have men C. H. W'mums, of Tenp. acres third rate land, assessed to Francis I j virtue of the power vested in me .by law I l'I' B.-It lathe wish of the Propl'letrea
iuued, ia making such publications an ,lliiuregoing Frederick S. Martin ot. New Yi rk. J. Avice being the Buena Vista tract and lying la JHUP- shall eipose for ale before the roan Housein that the Servants attachedto

itumedialHy afier PURGES nomitiu A bin. M. Scherinerborn, of New York. l..etiuDl.48 find 49, township 9 south, range 27 eau:. ( the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of the house should be civil attentive
ion, btlievfd that Free H.i1ery <>t lit* shout Thu Captain having discovered ,such evidence Double taxed and advertised for non payment of tax- Jan. 1853, the following described property or so and obliffbts. '
: -lIr. Ki Tuox.iitid Uw.**ocia'ea'und Barn- of mutiny, this i it to give nuticethut, I r. for 1847 '48,'49. '50. and 51. Alao aaaeaeed much thereof u will pay the State and County tax.
tamers like the Editor of the Etening 'Pott and unt:" Millard Fillmore, Secretary Conrad Additional Lkt" for 1853. es,and the necessary expenses due thereon. CARMICHAEL AND OSGOOD'S 4

.he Yaa Beaus might be drsveu hUu bo tility Moore and Landry of La., Bell of Tennessee Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ot Goo acres third rate land assessed 'to the heirs of DREDGING HACHIIfE. 5

lo the Democratic ran;hd.te no Ibe it round abut ClinK mUll and Outlaw of N. C., oDd others i, sale. Sebastian Espinosa above the head of North. River, THE onderssigned have been appointed agents
n the Slavery que.lian b..11 undoubted co- "step to the Captain's office" the old crew will R. B. CANOVA Sheriff,and ex-officio lying partly in section 42. township 3, S. R. owners of his invention,and would recommend .
Tax Assessor and Collector-I. c. 29 and section 39,township 4 south it to Contractors, Companies or Individuals,
ted oil Southern.VHfws.1. Put in this the be discharged and a new one shipped. Somemalicious range east ,range .
June 26, 29 east. Double taxed and advertised for who are about doing work of the following descrip-
;public bst been.bilJeflVf-dlsapjinrnteil.1 I Mr. p arsons having.circu ated the report non payment '

.Aware the Etenvy Post and VAN BDAEKSk'cncralljf that some of her timbers are unsound, the con 1852.Taz Collector' Stk.B 1851 u of taxes"additional for IBoOaod list.1851. Also assessed for doa.ts Extensive: drainage of Swamps,Marshes, and Eui -

..iiturh IUI tbey may differ with signee assures the public, that she has been per i Plantations. '.'
'rxaea touchinjj,tlio Ftunmve Slave Law-'et lately overhauled, and three-additional plank Y venue of the power vested la toe bylaw, I sale.Unless taxes and expenses are. paid before day o! gar. Building Levees around Plantation or Towns,
yrte'with lijm.In regard to a Unito.1 Statesnk. put in by .the Captain under his direction. To i shall expose for.sale.before Court House ia : R. B CANOVA Sheriff and Opening Channel way rd removing Bnd\t the r
i first MondiofJanuary -
of St. the
the city Aogustme, on ;
and all rinks, she will be with and Jlarbon. ,
Free Trade, Interim tinprovu.ner.tn, prevent provided Tax Assessor and Collector month of Rivers
,1853 the following described4 or s. J. c. '
r strict cun iwciion of the Cun titutiotl, buveetermined duplicate psp.rll. Insurance can be had at i+., so much, thereof, will pay the, ts & property aad county 'I June 26. 1853. 5 5 Making-Canals through Swamps,marshy'or sandy. ,0"
to support him, ia .opposition to a the lowe.t rates., that she will reach her destination and the due thereon. pound.
,andidate whose \'if'wulI'li hostile to their own, in safety, by November next, having J r taxes, 189 tern third necessary rate land expenses pa Manunxta rrver,asaea : Tax CoIl"* .Male Deepening water around Wharves aDd Piers.and BJv- ,

o relition tu tbe u highly Important questionB.SeeiRK been successfully engaged for a number of ed tot S. Chevea,lying partly'in section 60. township T virtue of the power vested lame bylaw ]r Keeping open channel Rafts sunken, through Logs Lakes, tearing
this wttat DOW dues the Republic years in that trod '. ,b south range 30 east, and partly in section 48. J_ I shall expose for sale before UVCourt' House in vera; removing or upRoots
Vvhy it sad him GtlEFLY taxed and the! city of St. Augustine on the fiat in of Trees,etc.Topeisons
wbet-If squarely around Consignee. township 9 south range 30 east. Doable Monday desirous of improving waste LID Ja bY
bum a few tucks wince i it{ altemptet,1 prove advertized for non payment of taxes for years 1848 October' 1859.the following described property or this machin can be be recommended as the
swarthy lit! sit pM| >rt of Korthcru mien, ou ui. The Other Side. '49,'O.aDd 1851, .Also, assessed for 1853, u per so much thereof as will pay the State and countytaxes' only drainage one adapted to all the purpose necessary
UUUI of LU ,proraTery/ views, it now en- Wo referred a few days since lo the acrusac .additional List"lor 1852. and the necessary expenses doe'thereon. To those who are building or repairing Canals, or
'YOCI.Il ptuVd uoworihy the confidence tion made against :soundness of Gen. I Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of ISO acres third rate Und assessed to C. and 0. drains it, will be found of immense value u it will.,

p. toco, on account of bis anti sla* on thenlavery question. A similar charge has sale Clarke being the one balf of one tract, the whole deepen the Canal,andat the same time form an em '
,mwA first it announced .the fuel,that. 'been made i in, relation to Gen SCOTT, on the R. B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ex officio tract ..orgiDaaly granted to C. and O. Clarke bankment levee. ,
q"Ji QYObeq 1851fut thereabouts Ur. Pierce following high authority : A correspondentol I. Tax.Assessor and Collector a.J. c* the other half is returned by Mr. Jacob Mickler south This machine is used with either horse or steam .
pote his. Ibe Cleveland Plain Dealer writes Iroin I Jane 26, 1852. of and ,bounding on Moses,creek being In section which can be Increased to any exte-t.
bc.'tlllOU18'.aDli fiujions Free pretty trungly touching Ravenna,Ohio,on the 10th July, that the night '1.- 46, township 8 sooth,range 30 east. Double taxed. 55 power They are now in successful operation in all parts of N 55
Sonori"-ihut is ho 1.t Ifotlce
d.y denounced 1 before "Hon. D. R. Ti DEB, a .Freesoiler ad- 't 'I and advertised for non payment of taxes for years :he county,and may be seen at Charleston,Sooth Car" i
them. That was intended dressed the SCOTT Club and rod n letter just hereby given to all creditors and all parties concerned 1849.'60. snd '61. Also assessed for 1852, u per dais; Nan Yard, Pensocola;and oa the Canal be..
OT The North) Now H ftadklhal"jusl at jUittW I interested in the Estate of additional list. .. .
I received from B. F. WIDE Whig Unitfd Slates or any way tweta Galveston and SaD 1 .' ,
V Uutead oldenouarlog the Aoolitionists in, which &Did.AD& Joseph.W. ?files) {late of.Putnam county. deceased I Also, By application to J,S. bECOR, Eiq., oar AgeD.
wudcoouucing tho Fugitive Slave Law- Senator Washington,* that on,the uplra e1l' of six months from thejat* of at Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida a ,
law to which the same paper had previously wtites: hereof. I shall apply ro the Cywt of Probate for the 16O acres land,being C one half a 300 acre tract 150 drawing of the machine can be seen, with informationu
and 6.Clarke the other
I. 1 have this day had a conversation with for settlement of originally granted to :
*eru aforesaid
Hin$42.1 r. Pierce of Patnam a the cost,etc
was tIpt1CWlcomIt
C. Mkr all of which is sjinmted to *
"srouMsalineeut is returned by .
ke acres
General tlcutt' in which heUeclaied accounts with said Estate and discharge u AdUtrator -
sattully commuted" said R. July 12th 1851
the my Hantanzas being section 37. townttip 9 .
oa river
Ie off right hand than lend it to the tup- milL thereot GILBERT,& 8ECOR,New York
"lLl1UtJ Ia4JI I LV cote' f '
'tth" I J 30 east. Double taxed and advertised L
sooth .
"" .--- of Slavery" SOthtrtt Press 1 BENJ tM1N CHAPMAN.Ad range _
port 4.c.-- far of for 1 849.' 0 and tfl. I
t8rJ.bt In cbirecterizing sucM ., ftn.' 1852. : payment taxes years Bfotlce. .V
,IC at.ufllieal..rra 1 as thoroughly feepledY Five Whig paper of AIuttrdtosuPTfortCeneralscal.absmahave already r : FLoRlDA'J days from He.'ort.9 Also assessed foi-1853,as per additional list. I( WC ks after date I will apply to da8'iad.Pr'or 0gaS

ioti.D4'0 Jalj r,txi So at least.,Jume.l re// These,are- :Sc bale! Hay, 60 bbs! .,Flcrar, fi hbds. Sugar Unless tai,' and expenses are paid before day of Probate of Patnam County for letters of Administration
wil1reardlL ADdYhfttt'er may have Stale ltt-Jisterlbe{ Chambers 60 sacks Salt and 124 sale on the Estate of Feribee Thigpea late 1
the Montgomery Crackers pack.
a ut'f1.Drbc ftepublic, (WP believe it ..I'ribunetho, Auburn Gazette, the Talladega 15 cmes bbls.itf B. Ei'Cat ,'IO boxxos G. Burt Sundry 'R.B. CANOVA Tax Assessor 8 leriffand aDd Collector ex offieio,i.e. I I ofPntnam County,deceased.. LUKE JOWlS j
very PrO in .t
opealrng upon Hqrtnern the East Alabamiaii. 'dt"Howk 'aod '
Rci-ortcr and to Burl ingaphe t4lien.
znds by the statements which u addrcLcd to 1 Louisiana Courier. packages Jane 26,185q. FUatka, 15th_May .18.5 ;

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JUrt* lis S.CfL. On' fit. George Street north of December JT -i, "",: f't'iJo'; "I ti Y virtue of the power vested ia .ma. by law I t NEVVTACKET STEAMER.L. ATTORNEYS" AT SOLICITORS .
4 .'ale 8qutfeand one'door norftfbf fhtf Metnoif FortheecamlesbrXlachuaond i.Di Lny on the tee. H ball expose for sate before the Coon House rUE 8fl.E. -iTt 1.PJl4\NCtJtY Jl 1.+ tLt'; ''r t
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Ionday in December. in the city cfiS.A8fBstia*, : AJL
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JfuOa'TtddshLaneNortb''oftm : Tor the,ttoI.ci! ,l au1M tJ :10&411'r :JlM 7/I8S3,,the &l wiag :described property or 'MASTSK.Id .' s Imo .
U. .
Vublfa *".. i., .' : "l' **. 1 in December. f/lft"l : to Back thereof*!will psy.0* State an county. -. ,ra rtUZZDA. :
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0 running'
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: I tfottl. Ori dD&n and Bay Street. a. few The U.S. Distrfci Court tt 8t- Augostlae oath- taxes tad a asry TpsMrcdMUieifott'SS39 ( *- NOW regu .M.A.: FORWARD. J SIMON TdWlELate ,
C.iy hblie ? first Monday in'April .' "_. .a td: I ly oa the Line of St Augustine, East. Florida. .
3pare. 3as3e '
:: on nth Eat ohM _, :. acres third sate Ias Santos Cbarieston, Savannah!, and
Bbtol. Oa Charlotte 'Street and Treat* 'TtiB TB&YELLEB's1 G &, .' Dais Lake ad lying ia see-'
: Planter FI Ro ri C being near the St. John's River
/ aBB BroBws
u tiry LSIM, DOrthpf' the Public:Square*iimexad; to the ". IL\ttt'Z. don 45,,townthip 13 anotli,',imafa' 23 cast. Doable BsW schedule has betA adopted which ART _ONION OF- PHILADELPHIA-
"J .. I 1 6' ola c The following
f lardda' House' K .li'.sEl.' ,.r 11'- taxed'aad advertised fee non payment of taxes for of arrivals and drpsnares from the Incorporated by the > IIItUare'
the hours
DO$ shows
fr ROABIIIN ; 1823
I the year 1651. ;Also pnesaed as per"Addi PeBRly..I. .
.tflrt Ftfs. On 8u George Street, a sew doors" :. Jn.ClM-lllt t. N, 'Y..i. LeaYiql st t1o List. vsriocs ports : Tuesday at 12 o'clock ..I FOR THE PROMOTION OP THE
Court Bores and Pttblie Sqoare. 31-a e/rfotk tar$> l amfr to WilmiBgtoa 180 Leaves Charleston every
of the
.4th before
? Unless and jaidi day of .
: taxes expenses.arf 4 1'' dR'I.'S liP '
Wednesday, at BBll66Nvr
< (. N. P 7f. On Bay rarest earner of Bay iced rrftfe* =Br Railroad to Weldon Ida,cdk..- To PVtersburg i UI'I. Leaves Savannah every at 10 "..... '. 7. _.

:': Jar en Lane. 63.-T* Richmond 22.-To Acquit Creek; ,- .' $;J/C "NOV /'S e faa, .& r !, Leaves Jacksonville every Thunday Thnndsy at a. II VJ(.. .11 l k0-ST1& L. 'I. .

TOtffdRUZfoe 70By Steamer to Washington 55.-By RaUraadto I. .Tax Asjetsoiaad. '.CollectoraJ o. Leavas Picolata. every ; ] : OFFICERSIIiK : .
Mv DvreHia ,BOOM T rN iwYork. ( -- Bxrcuruie, ''
7. HfoZrii. Office at Baltimore 40To Philadelphia < 1'a..8i '
o Bridge Bureau! -v- .- 'I" 87. Total distance 771 milw.TimeSO-hwca. Fife Leaves Pilatka every' Friday, at 7 o'clock u.'*.. Vic T.Prtrideut C. CAsir, Prttldtnt, 1p trw* D.t.n-
P. 141
Peek. Office St. George n \ i t '. N. ctcuLti 2ft
# s few Jews North. of the" Court: Hoa. +s. The "Sootbttaer'ScnmabJp) learea Charleston ,,of thepowet'vtxted in me b, law Leivvs Jacksonville every Friday'st 3' .... Krrr GEOKSK, W. ,Recording I StenUrs

DRUGGIST! every ,tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock r L 'By.'fIrt1le: for ale before the Court House ia Leaves Savannah Saturday,at 9.** ... z1rn.CornlpncliqSH.--_' -

*. r.C Zilstra. Chemist and ntwaf. Charlotte. Thro hi 60 hours.,Fare (Sate Room) $25, the ,city of St AagnfUner oa the first,,Monday of The FwaiDA.has been built under the special supeitotendenceofCapt. I OOMANAGERS:

OUttt.II' '___ tt, / :'Fran -Cktrltite tt PliUdelpkU.-'H*,Osprey I January,1$53, the foltow'n t described property .or Coxetter and her speed and John' -"
T kites Charleston even other Saturday,at 4 o'clock so much thereof sJ"will pry the State and county accommodations Passengers are nisarpa *ed by Ssrtain, Charles Toppsn James 8. WsQset :
,J LAWYEH3.E. ,.M through in 60 hours.Fsre $20. taxes sad necessary expenses due thoreon.Oae the St. John's. 'Freight ,.Charles Macalester E. II. Butler Henry .Patarr., .
S. ui.. Counsellor.*at Law. .-office, on Ar. Frt Cktrlttton (e Ntv-Orles. Leaving ,dailyu Town Loti,the C pf 5:,, Augtattoe ow. any boat ever geulowuby.anyothet,placed on line. Any furiher son,M.D/.Charles G.Inland,William D.:Lew. .;
'I' 8. C.Railroad Angosta 136milesVBy aDd | to, Joseph D. tCte.lrtM.D..Edwin
By Muine R.Cope
& 'UeryLane. 10 o'clock'.k x.' net unknown ailuated on street.adjoining information can be obtained by applying to either I
Councellor '
rf.; A. Futam. Attorney and Georgia JUiiroad to Atlanta 171.-By' lot of' J. W.: 8winaey; lad leading therefrom dirertrr undersigned Agents. F4wardP.MitchelI.JohnS.HanAM7 I
( .,Law, office, Picolata street. Macon and,western Railroad td Griffin 42By south to slot of Francis P. &\, retained, of the J. W. CALDWELL Chsrieston. James L. Claghora.

Geoff 11. Jfetrfaais; Attorney and. Counsfffor. at Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery Peter BeneU Double, taxed sad 'advertised for nonpayment -I E. W. BUKER. Hsvsnnsh. Every Member for the Year 1111'. .j'

Hi\\ aw-office. In,;the Court Hotte.ftJBLlC 65B, Steamer to Mobile 331.-To ,>iew>Orleans of taxes for;years 189 '(,and'5J." Also BELLE ASS EE & FINEGAN, Will receive,for each Subscription FIn Dutt..aJ "I

166. Total distance 1,006 miles. Time 123 hoars. .a.ed for 1853 at per"additjonal list...a. Jacksonville* : a print f .. .'1

OFFICES' Fare X39.50,: ; L'oirss taxes sod fxpenses,unpaid oeiore day ofLL R R. REID, Pilatka. HUNTINGTON'S "CHRISTIANA AND : .

5L< itiQet: .Q..&LUmhia, Poet Matttr.,Court Fnm,Clvlettt t. JVt -.rI aTii Sarannsh, : April 10, 1852. I CHILDREN ." r
daily at 9 A. x. By Steamer to Saraanah J40mU Bv B..CANOVA,sheriff.and. x-oft'. Engraved ly JOSEPH ANDSEWS. T .ii
Surveyor Demerit Of e.. B AvPntnam Sttry -B, Central Railroato2Uscon! an4Westera,Usil* Tax Asaeoor and Collector s.J.c FOB SALE AND'THE COMPANION -* .

j General,on Uoapital 8taeetcorner of Artillery road 'to Barnesriile'40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.Ey .- Of. R BALE.ATIt.BOULTER&CO'S ,
A'print Huntiigton's "JIEJZCP8 I
r I ID u and Hospital Streetr -I. I ILnQfic4. Railroad to Montgomery 65By Steamer to Mo."b111331.To Tax Celleeters ale .1 by the Subscriber Jggjy .' .
Engraved A.ff.XlTCBJE
t by
the schr. Neat
of Public and from Y.
Register distance now .,
.-A. T. Nods New-Orleans l66Totsl 1JB&milrt.
r of the in law I
y virtue power Tested me J>y Or the choice of any two of thefts[ I
i Lund*-office iff the Court House. t' 1 Time 77 hours. Fare 039. 50. By shall expose tor1 tab before'the Roan Home i im Mary Isabella from Baltimore'I Four Splendid lowiag i.:.' I j

TAo. T.: ,,8,tutU.. Receiver, office in court !I MISCELLANEOUS TABLE. the city of St. Augustine oo the first Monday ,ofJan. '9.I bushels of Baltimore White Cora, Y I. : Erirail.. ./
bushels ,
JI iniftti. tfudgt Distances. FareTime.. :,1853, the following described property, or so 1,700 1.--.loH Ksox's Ixrzivuv M..T
:, .f Prolate. (G. Humphrey's Judge,) officein I To Athens Ga.. 221 m. 81,95 iO h much thereof u will pay the State aDd County tax 50 bales of Hsy. SCOTS,Painted by Leutxe WITH, i-ngravtd Qnaca ,I
I .l If
30 bbts Howard It. Flour, Satt&t
HCHIIe. 13,19 31 ,
the Coart Ten 445
"Chattanooga. n., es" and theueeaaIT' due thereon.
offic IB expenses 3.-RCTB Airo Boix Pain fed ty BotherwdA ,
peter B. Diuw. Clerk Circuit 8. C., 130 > 4,00 8iMCamden,8.C. 20 kegs superior Butter gtrisad/ /
iMColumba,8. 60O third rate land sssesscd totheheJnof 6y Sartaiu,
Court House.llafatl ., 4,00 9i acres 15 It No. 1 Lard, a <*,' ; ,
die B. c...... Sheriff and Tax Collector. ,pfIILC ""Hamburg"MemphlsTenn., S. C... 143 136 4,00 8 Sebastian ID_,above the head of North /River' 5 bbls Apples 10 t,,i sr"I\\ 3.-. ilntCY's Dux.Paiated ly H..ti.,, .? ,
: in section 49 3 R. red '
in the Court House. 28 oo- lying partly township p. 20 boxes assorted Crackersc,. by A'ICAM. :
: 740 range 29 east,snd section.39.township 4 sooth;rsnxe' 4.-CuraTuNA AXD lID C.ILI&u.P.I."l. '
t officer-
Collector of Cutttme John M Hanson, I Passengers for either of the above places leave 4 bbla Pilot ,Bread ;tee ; ...7
taxed sad : "
29 cast. Double advertised for non y
ti.6" B.6rnctl
Planters Hole 1 Charleston, daily, -by 8. C. Railroad, st 10 o'clock pay ,10 Mercer Potatoes : }, d7 ,. ,
Iniptcttr of Ciulsatf. Oat Howard, office in went of taxes for 1830end 1851.- -- Also sjsessed for 5 kegs Butter Crackers, And a copy ofthePhiladelphia '!
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Howard Buildings Market square.L ,1L l852asperMsddiUoMl.Iist. f r | 10 boxes Raisins, .' Art Ualoa ae.rser\ f
K. Brtntomi Judge U. 8. Court Northern STATE OF FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT Unless. 'taxes' arid =PeW are' paid before day of I 2 bbts Onions, ",' monthly pamphletcontaining a rep nvi HIT,cm; .J I

'. District of Florida office in the Court House. EASTERN CIRCUIUT.': ST. JOUN8'I ale' ,. 70 Ibs Candies, :, : actions of the Institution, and infonuation oe tbt I
O. 3. Fattlankl; Clerk tf. 8. Court; office in I CXUNTV. R. B CANOVA A. Sheriff and cx-off. 1 ease Clo .alllOrted, vr. subject of the Floe Arts '
i the Court House.Deputy 1 Tax Assessor aad Collector, J. .c. 60 bap of Wheat Bran THROUGHOUT TUB WHOLE WORLD .
.. I Marskali Gr6r<4I; ZeHibaur; office inV Penelope M. R. Comp IH CsUBCtlTt June S6, 1852. 1 ease Pickles assorted, :' OCJ : ,

; iheCottrtHotae'. ., tt Cornish w.Sitmorr'Deft. \ Bin for DiTorct' 2 dozen jars Pr esenes, The j An Union of Philadelphia awards nrbtsb\ '
Morton '
JUSTICES dF THE PEACE.- 1 TAT CoOsctor't &Ill.'BY' M ** Lemon Syrup, ;
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court 4 Tts own Cartiucaiea with which original A Asjerka. ,
t Gad. Humphreys.--office in the Court rfodse.CM. It by affidavit filed in this cue, thatTtforton Cor virtue of thePower vested in me bylaw I.ball At wholesale ,and retail. 'works.of Art may br purchased in any pansfdwUU "
I,* PtUtp, Notary Publics-office on Bay ,' mesh Sumner the Defendant above named,resides bet expose for side before tbrCourt House in A share. of poplic patronage is. ir'p' ctfullr solicited. States, at th ;'option and selection thepenca wfcs "y.,
(s. Street a little North of the Market and next door the fiut' JAMBS R. lIANHA'aJaekJ.DiiUe..Uarch obtain a prize at the
I yond the Limits of the Slate of Florida so that the the clty.of SuAngux&be oa Monday in rosy y I
'c io the Pat office.CITY. OFFICERS. t I ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. 'October_ the following. described.property, or 13.185 14. .\\Atmnnl DUtrlbntlon.. ., /

Therefore on Motion of McQueea.McInlosh, Esq. so mucn thereof u wiU pay the state snd Bounty Wkich lakes place on the livening nftbetastwetkti
LonreaeCAsdnrn'--Mayer-Gel Humfkreyi.-- -. i Solicitor for the Complainant ordered, that notice taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. \ m1f)ti& "v m. ; Jay in ererif-Feor. "

r.al Arste,1 of the pendency of this suit be given to'the said ',1 5O serfs third'rate land assessed to C. aDd G, ST. AUGUSTiNE, E. F. TUB EXECUTIVE;. COi.urrrE&: OgTBgre

B. .. Medico. Al dertnen' Defendant, Morton Cornish Sumner,bl publicationin Clarke being the one half of one tract the whole ART UMON, '

F. J.' Q..sc,. 4 ; J "' "The Ancient City" a Public Newspaper publish. tract was o nalli granted ,to C. and G. Clarke, TillS LSTADLISILMENT hay When eo. r qllelt't. lcct.wurk (.trtwiltoststtarg a 1'
Clerk of the f Council. Charles Haager, office ed in the City of Augustine, id the County and, the'other half is'retameJ.b Mr.Tacob Mickler south 'rh this .r cow"neauun,, from their
City nJuJh Repairs
f" at the Couicil'nom\ '* ,I I Circuit aforesaid, for the space of three'months, requiring of and bounding on' Moses creek being in section Iiin&t undergone is for FREE GALLEliyiaiO; CUEdNUT STREET//
I Ctty Uarekal and Clerk i/ 'iI.Marlti, F. P. him the said peeDd.otto appear aDd answerthe 46, township 8 south range 30 east. Doable taxed present season FAMILIES now AND ""or those persons in the eonntjy. who may Ere ir-".
Feireira i said Bill or theme and.the matters and things and'sdvertised for non payment of taxes for years reception ot Company. mote. froiu Ualferien or public exhibitions ofths ,.
.! i PORT WARDENS.* therein alleged will be taken as Confessed., 1849, 50. aDd 61. Alfo assessed for 1852, ss per TRANSIENT BOAUDKUS can have spacious Fine Arts. ',
t \ : ;:
/'. C. Ztdtttit C>i+ttltt Ila.ter'.'. B. P.atdr.. And it is further ordered that a hearing be bad in additional list. IJIU tmcllts. "

., i F.. this Case at the next June Term of Paid Court, to Alamo, I Room. Airy. rican, nut! Neat- fiah3orif+*inn! of meutti'-.'dp. .lifll be.nadeY'
be hold o in and for St. JrhnVCounty aforesaid, at .
AUCTIONEER. buudsoiuely.IVotliiiij .- ad early as pructicnble o u t.i eunQiuria'rere'af
150 acres land,being one half of a 300 sere tmct no** Itself, furaixlied
otto:Centers F. P. Ferreira and J. A. Strisehai the Court House in the said City of dt Augustine. ? \Vautin early numbers oldie toll Airier,** whid will bebn .
C. and G.Clarke ;
the other 150
to ,
originally granted
., ;>.j '.' ... a Given under.m) hand at Chambers, this 4th day warded upon d.e'recIPip' of the mun to
MERCHANTS.Buriinframe .of. February A. D 1852.TIIOMAS I acres returned by C. KIierall of which is situatedon The Jlouie i is well known oa being re' ently ot* the yr aay'part. .
Mantanias river; being section 37. township 9 with view to the accom- cuunt.y.'the
DOUGLAS, Judge, &te. Built, Expressly a I lionoray Seen" rises will ,
ot Howk-Corner of St. CSeorge A true copy from the oYiginal order. south range 30 east. Double taxed and advertised odution of Intullds Dud others, being entirely trmiltaoce giv* receiptssubscripiiobdor I'

and Treasury Lane. < P. B..DU3IAS. Clerk, c. o..'.-tours co.Feb. for non payment of taxes for years 1849,'50,and '61.Abo built of \VocJ, with Rooms connecting Fold .aou IIIHV be made to .
BuroqS.. dorr. Wholesale and Retail dealerof .2Sth, 1852 anesaed for 1PW., riper additional list. ins Dcxira.-&c.. which renders tt Fn-e from (. W. .l)1W&Y. .

f. fiut :quality Family Groceries of all kinds JJ- Unless taxes and expenses' are paid before day of 1J Fireplaces, Blinds( to windows I CJi'Tt.p'fftO'ng. SecrOttrfi I :
Street mDncS8 210 Xtreel PJIi1i1ddllhi4. ,
qoors &. No. East side Charlotte North TaxBY Colltclo le. II Ie. I Piazza Promenade Two :'1 1I.
thrn OpcUillg
r of the rsbllsaquare. virtue of die power vested in me by law t R. B. CANOVA. 8 teriffsnd officio 1
I ex Ruin Col.lWindage. ,
from TO PUt3T17AKT1EIt9s.PQS .
Protection .
I: t in Staple and Fancy Dry Hundred Feet.
II Dealer
Ucvrgi for sale before the Court Howe '
expose Tax Aoessor and Collector I. '
s. j.c. '
goods West aide of Charlotte street a few doors in'the city of Augustine on the first Monday of June26.l8C3. I ., forming n desirable BETKEAT from A O F* .t V feTAitl P8. f'

I South Treasury Lane October next the following described property or so confinement at all awuous of thu year.The .- T IlFunkrigneJPuunas'eo.at P asat tiravt ', *
Sell .If, Wakemen. Wholesale and Retail dealer much thereof u will pay the State and county taxes Ordinance certain Mould is situated facing oath in central : AU ghalli <'0. MarriuuJ.. was the fir t pemntis .4

r of Dry Good and Groceries. Grocery store on the aDd the necessary expenses due thereon to wit: An to explain part of an Or. position, and retired from other Dwellings. : the U. S who coucetteJ.and undertook extea vefr '..

Ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, 408 aCM being six parts of a.tract. of land as- distance prohibiting Horses and Collie from going The House contains 45 Rooms with addiltou'al i to publish, the iJi' 'of supplying |**i offices tri '

Charlotte street Howard's Building. sessed to Ynes Gomez lying oa of near the St. at large within the City *f St. Augustine Parlour, Dining, Setting Kooms.and cou. i cheap stamp. All stamps made by him are wu "

: t. Slims S. IT N. finkkam. Dealer in Fancy Johns River being in Township 6 South Range 2t Be it Ordained by the Maifjf and Aldtrmm o/ :venienccs general Fur Accommodation curie i muted equal or superior to any other that ess at' -

II: : (toads, &.C. opposite)i the Planters Motel on East East tiectfon 10 of private surveys one seventh part the Citv of Rt. Augustine, That the Ordinance be surpassed. procured at the Mime price, and whenever aay irtf
ide of Charlotteatree j' of horses aDd cattle from going at sift out iu any defective ornnsatUJetoryJa4'plicates
I consisting 83.acres returned by Philip Gomes prohibiting large well earned Reputation, This IIoii>o way
i Pedr Ltnet. Dealerin Groceries, Prorisions,&c. Double taxed and advertised for non payment of within the city of St. Augustine be so construed, as The Year acquired will bcirrProprietrc shall I be forwarded, on notice wiib ne "
i' corner of Cona and 8u George,street taxes for year, 1850 and '51. Also assessed far 'to-subject surh horses and Cattle ".y within hereafter has from Year to and charge. All who older a lid of stamps. wITH eu
DAVIT uim to w tam.
9 \ F. /i 'Qtltey. Watch maker ,and Jeweler, .on 1852 a pr"Additional) List. described boundary to s fine, that are found at ,M rs. FOR DATES at Two Dollar only-(for shiny pieces,

George street nearly opposite office of Dr.Peck. .Unless taxes sod expenses are paid before" day.0 of large within the CiI,. vht: Within the City Gates fur the, liberal Patronage heretofore she returns shall be kept in stamp ft.llibiull1l.Ad.lrelS ;? .

I Thai Ntlin. Retailer of Boots Shoes, Caps, sale. South, and the lot of the U.S. St. Francis Barracks her thauks. MPmt J/aster Pkasut Grove,ABegtai*

lIu&and Dry Goods, east* aide of Cbarlottec street, R. 0. CANOVA Sheriff m d ex-off., North
, corner of Charlotte street and Treasury une.f Tax Assessor and Colleclor: s. 3. c to sny.part 'orthe Western shore of Maria Oysters, Turtle Fish, Ducks*,Venison, '*Sf '\

f Laurence JLa V,.. Tailor, Charlotte street July,3x,1851. Sanchez Creek.of said City. Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time JACK kiSVIhLE.: ,
I : near the Fort. .Passed iu Council May 17,1853.EMANUKL Rivers and Forests abound. Two or
our For ,
John ITn'M. Boot maker, Charlotte street near J. Dx MEDIGES Hunters sporting exclusively lilt this Enterprise and MellsBviJteLEAVES -, :
TO LABGB PLANTEltS. more -1 '
the City Hotel. Mayor Pro Tem. ON WEDNESDAYS. I
Michael Nelliian-Cabinet Maker,. Charlotte Valuable Tracts of Land for Bale. House. "I cITHE
streetb"low Hall. I Horses, Carriages, Pomes Guns, Fishing Steamer BAR Ml 8PALDING ,ba John Mtnuey.Temperance i&lack Smith and Gun Smith, Dearth THE subscriber as Agent oi the several owners UB&S.. HACXX Clerk of the Council.An Tackles,Boats. for Excursion,&c. newly fitted up will resume ker Jtivli.trips .

North Gate of the City.. > for sale some of the mOl valuable lands : Very Respectfully for the above places on Wednesdav, the I4d
in Hast Florida to wit: ordinance to amend an Or 'ROPR ETItESS.iY. ill t.. load 1 ing at all the intermediate ItndiagMai. .

Botelisglilts Liquor and Refrchmenl, by. 800 acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlemington. \ prohibiting Hone and I will continue'punctually 1 to I leave every WedoesjsfniorniP ...
F. Bridier. C .y Hotel.PkilipG .known.as-the,Gibbs Lands in Marion Co., ', Cattle ,from *oIuas large within B.-It is the wish of the Proprietress ? st 9 9o'clock connecting with the U. 8.

s i i Retailer of Liquors,Refreshments, the I 00 acres near the Alaehna Savanna'', known as .Hit City of $t. Ancustiue. I t that the Servants attachedto I Mail seamen to and from tllY nnah. Forfre lV --1.
s&c. Carey Grant. Be *ordained, ,by the Mayor and Aldermen of
le Bridicr's civil attentive ,
gC6srIolte.opp BoilingAUey.f House should engagrmenrs or pawmge, applyonbardorto1ERNANDEZBIatsEE
I : J.400 acres in San Felasco Hammock near New-' the City of ,& ,Augustine That it shall also the & Co..AJt"IIIL .
obliging. .
1 '
i. it nansville, known the ,
j. aa Lands. be lawful for the City Martha!, to report lo the Ian..10i 1852.
"'i STAGE OFFICEr .' ** .. Severs thtWjlDd.aems. good and ,in the Arre- Mayor,: the owner or keeper of any horse mare CARMICHAEL AND O3GGOD'S ." w:

Office of t\etrielataMaUStage. Bridle City dondo Grant. gelding,' colt or mule and also any cow, heifer MA. llllIE. 1 .rr
s HCttL ; 7000 acres on Halifax River South of St. A* bull ox or calf found running at'large within the DREDGING have been appointed agent ADAMS. & CQ'S ';
undersaigned ,
guL ae.kooWDu the Bnlow Plantation having 800 the of Augustine, to the
p'v ; City ; contrary provi.sions THE owners of his invention and would recommend t
CHURCHES. acres of open Jand suitable for cane and cotton. of an "Ordinance prohibiting bone. and Individual,
,'' And several other bodies of hammock land Cattle from going at large within the of it to Contractors, Companies or
on city St.
1l. 'Cal.U. Chore*. North side Monumenqaare. navigable waters. -' Augustine. who are about doing work of the following description -.

t The titles are undoubted lad terms low-.Apply : Psssedin Council February 7th, 1 H t. ,viz'Extensive M.rshe..aod -u-
Clirci. South side Monument of
Epic pl drainage
4 to. GEO. R. FAIRBANKS E J. de MEDICEd, Mayor Pro Tem.
Clatrck. On St. George street, Fcb 28. 1852 St. Angustia*,Florida. Attest gar Plantations. NEW YORK .
Booth of tbesgdare.Metdu.diotF.ice.yad. I HAAGER.c. Building Levees around Plantation or Towns. t1
Clnrtk. 8u George street, Schr. Florida' now discharging Butter, Opening Channel way and removing Ban at the Ann J
the Mafnoka House By aDd Harbors. I\E\V ,ORLEAX* :
arar LarJtCrnckerStPork Hams Table and Tea month or Rivers f
Bacon shoul Billiard Pin LUC .
,. sandy
,marshy or EXPRESS.
r TERMS OP COURTTEASTERN den, with a full"assorUqep' pf articles.oiuai* & .the Magnolia Jfctreat'opelf"' Making Canals through. Swamps .!' 'OJI
FLORIDA. CIRCUIT y kept at the lowest price by B. E'CARL ''I"day and '- fe n*' / l ground. and Piers. I I I "" --
D NOT 29' b48tT '8. MIBANDA.nOTPsTCE. Deepening water around Wharves .' CTTICXS : -', p
STUBS TttM.f Tooth Powder, .Ace Keeping vpn channel way through Lakes and Rivvers ; 16,18&.19 Jl.t. 'New-York.

I For the Counties of Orange and St. Lode, at Mel*. D r. Cleveland. Tooth Powder, Englirh 1 ; 'removuig Rafts or sunken Logs tearing upRoots 131 'Main'ST.. Hartford, CL ,

I cnnUe on the first Tuesday;.in' April, sad on the Touhbrusb.es,ColopM Water French Sap 'tB HEREBY GIVEN to, all Creditors Heir,. or Trees etc. I t fi< State *!.,. New n4"w, Cf.i8'iI ,
ihiroTuesdey.before the first Monday ia oyemI Camphor soap Honey Soap assorted Perf n eat' Legatees, & others interested in the Estate of To persons desirous of improving waste Las JSD* .iltimorest., Baltimore. '.d r
: ineaehaad every year. Philieome Oil.Bears Oil.toilet Powder,fine Soonce. Henry Kloone late of dt. Johns County deceased, drainage this machin can be be recommended as the ( Pennsylvania r't

Forthe county Putnam,at Pflatka,second ToesijInApriL Hair Die Rose Water Jt/liitary Shaving. 5otp that on the expiration of six Months from the date only one adapted to all the purpose necessaryI t I 7 Fourteenth .. W lhin to. .". .

Straps Brushes Rogers Perfumary, Jockey Clubb, hereof I'will apply to tbeCoert of Probates for the To those who are building or repairing Canals. or 84 Richmond, Va.. '
i Forthe eoanrjr of Marion,at Ocala, fourth Mondayof &c. Also sa assortment of Roger's & Won D. County of St. Johns aforesaid, fora final settlementof drains it, will be found of immense valw, as it will Washington' $!., Soap D. : .

April bom's Cutlery, Fsnefnote and Path letter Prper". ray accounts with aid Estate,and a discharge u deepen the Canal andat the same time form aa em 72 Camp,*L, New Orleans. -s.

rer the counties of Alaehaa and Levy,at New- at retail by B ECAfl/i.. administrator. thereof. bankment or levee. *\
r a i isrille, Earth Monday Msy. Not 29 *" FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. This machine is used ,with either horse or steam I Node heffby gJftD10 pets 'lIS haYiardaill ..'
d .
: ,'or the Cosaty of Columbia, at Alligator, oa the' St. Augustine February SIlt 1853.. power which can be Increased to any exte-u I 1De' Estate *f Sasan F. PeraaB sV
- seco id MOD,.1Ia,. virtue'ot' th 'power vested rn me by Uw t .- I They are now in successful operation in all parts of ceased to fprtsent the sacie' within tin f ncaer*'

For the coatI of Nasaan, at Nassta C. IL,on the By' expose for sale be ere tsse !Court Boost NOW Opef&So?-Oraajes, Lemons Ap he county,and may be seen st.Cbarieston,South Cat I. by law,er such claims will forever be barred. '

Wedandsr before the fourth Moodayla Hay.FoTtheeoosty door at Mellofiville on the first Monday of Asrist Pttatoes P runes; Pea *Bta assorted olinia; Nan Yard PensocoU;snd.on the. Canal. between ,I 1QM Y. SANCHEZ, AminlstrixrApril .
of 'described Preserves Cocfectiosty, &. Liquors. &e. Loa l. oi., '
Doral at JscksonTille the next the following tracts of land or so Galveston and J5an
ourth Monday rf Ma,. much thereof u win 17 the taxes dw thereon the March at B. E.: CARR. By application toJ,S. dECOR. Esq.oorAgea- C aedlea, Oil. elec..Taltow c.. :

For 1M County of St. John's at St. Augustine, State of Florida and Co-ajty eTOrsoge for the year .eeti.-i'rinee at Mobile for the States of Ahbsms and Florida,a penune fpm, .BtoWIISeap, Linseed l'1

en the seeobd Ucadsy is June.r 1851,to wit ; Public. for, Room,StdDI' drawing of the machine can be seen, with information AdaroanuaeCsndIes.Starch.whirr Led

rata.Txruc. .' YAO acre of Land in Tombufl swamp belong.. readiness the Magnolia umporary Betrtat.. ,purposes, always ia i las to he cost,etc, I assorted Paints',u retail by .
Forthe counties of Orange and St.. belsng to Will G at Mama n.
Lade Toesdav ing or suppoed Foot retaraed ,Nor, 29 ra48tf July. 12th 1851 < B. E..CAaJ.1
before the f raaMb.day of November. JFor. i by'Benjamin A Putnam. (_ ,S.MIRANDA. GILBERTS 8ECOR.New York .- .< -

** county it Pataata' at *?***, the second .' .
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fI f-. .belcre fim Also'350 acres belonging or supposed to beloajr Rotlce3sbereby odoe
Tnesdar of : IVotlce.
q Fortbeec ityofBt.JoaaV Nereraber. to Chariot T Cohen, returned by Wfflbia A :Fct- We.u e taer p; 'Xweeb after date N given that six weeks after** ,:
ID Notcmbu. oa the first Monday. ward. ,1.' -H .1." I-rli apply a the I.oCProbae'of fit;Johns g Is '.eeltlICter of Pataaia date I will apply to the judge \ I will spply'to the IIoo.Js !P tf Probate sib ,.
.1'J. 'of Probate County for letters of Ado
Coat.ftie Johns *
For the count, of Hassan i Also, 900 seres belonging or. supposed to belong oil Aimialstrstigi ela'tbe Estate the Estate County tet letters of AdministnUoa ea .I tEstate
Thursday before the : d ffleeks Sxaehea jtrati0e oo of Ferihee Thigpra,late C a
third Monday ove abcr. Robert Martin, returned ,B A Putnam tSiaer late of'said Coat de of Nicolas S,nchex. a mfaor.late sf said >j
t t. by ceaat4L 4 ,2 .14;,itis4 Ioa'1. | of Putnam County,deceased. :: : /., ,. ;, deceased tJ -
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