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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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System ID: UF00048575:00098

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iSii' < : ; TOE 11 A' square. ,'attended us usual by his. ,".be iggjjIWwardlik o; lid,wa-ssUeady'cid& Tha wouads Inflicted: .
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y BY It. B. CAKOVA EIeltas. i BOliO. BT KRS. C. A. SOVLE. crowd, and leaped furiously 'upon. nd elegant hatchet, and were of*e I ghastly a character

Cooaer r .Scott..T dressed young/ man who was soatcd ':>T TWO 0011AU ns AKjnm, n AOTAVCK.P While traveling in 1787 through the beautiful tre of the square, upon an elevated platform,.] The head.- the rnothler was 'frightfully mu

ABTDmiEJOUTTS;! will be Inserted at Ovx ". 'city of Leipzig, I'observed, about half a erected bribe use bl those spectators who desired tihted. Tbe infant would seem id have been-

Dow per Sosre of 19 lines qr under,'for tbe firstnvOPB Oh, cooney,cooney Scott, league from the gate of tbe town o few rod more conveniently to witness the'shows.Ha dispatched by striking its bead againjt the'

r aDd Ssvu rvFns CMTS for each subsequent Come listen.to my song 1 from the highway, a wheel' and the bones of a held him by the throat with so firma grasp wall. The motive which. led to the commission .. ,

deduction will bf made for notices .1': ll'ye played the fuss-end. feathers, ,game. chained:corpse, exposed Xotho gaze of every that he would soon have strangled him, had of the crime was not the hope of plunder
instrtlon. : Unit tOo not aid been rendered. for in the pocket of Mr. 'a
:A bit ; long.CHOEUS .. PAS# i instantly They imme VVinslcn was found?
Inserted for six months -Alas; 'poor.eooney Scott,. .The,fbllpwinjf-iMhe'history of that crlmi dmtly chained the dog, thinking of course he $100 in notes and..a Northern draft.forO200., }

CT:AU advenlsemests .must be paid for before .Tls too late ia the day?" u Ctht 1"r ona:the lira ot.tbe judge! :>41.1'Ds'l.a must bo mid, strove to kill him. )J. Meyer untouched, and no attempt bad been made to-.

4h.erdotiaaku by a regular customer. By referriflf You be c+u i pductedjh!&tfallrandcondciu Dlie .him' to be rushed through the crowd, arrived In'' time to abstract the silver .plate or ober valuable,.. s
'lo ocr terms, the requisite tram may be steer : never.can president. +brukeri alive; : rescu4Jls-fttithrul friend, calling eagerly: in with the exception of a ;gold watch, which was

Uibpd' seal:transmitted with the sdrerilsement.&dverfeemeats ..",.,";We t.,bear I.the'oP ".'sayvi. ",A' German bulch f being benighted. in 0 ':midst of* fore lo lhU the maa, for he believed his'dog recognised in Yesterday morning all the.servants cf .
"aT' not msrked with the oumWr ,You think with Seward fop friend,. a ,. ; way,and while endeavoring ifr. n
yew f Winston
him tbe murderer of his brother. were arrested and
the toad attacked examined
I to. gain was by
: ; >f useruons required, will be contbced until. .,You,nothing have to fear :L >. t. .: three ,fiighwiy meet lie. ...a.an: horsebackand Before he had timeto: .czplain .him lr. .the the I Jury of inquest, whoso verdict before'f not

jbrbidl, aed.charced for. But the North;;.will fire ha:1.OGltCroJ..t, [ accompanied by'a larifo dog. O'lIu-ofLhe young man profiting by the tumult escaped been rendered at the time of this ..riling.Some .-

Notice to Debtors sad Creditors : i$7 00 > And the South,Into.your,rear f.. ; v-. \ robbers seized"the t horse tit th.e bridle, t bile "'or some moments they thought Meyer.himself circumstances elapsed lending to implica -*

t AppilctUon' (or Letters.of Admmistratlon,t' 5 00 ,,* I'! Alas,poor cooneyA.C.-? ., the two oihrira dragged the butcher from the was mad, and he had'*rout difficulty-ia! ; per 1 Lp the nurse and her husband, but nothing .
, f t ; I saddle l and" felled .suadinglhose had the that the of a very conclusive character
JCT AUreUtoas ootice''will be 'la.ertedQishet.towlT ; him.; 'THe log leaped j im* bound dog was elki-
With hat and featherboot and spurs. ; < .: ruediately upon one oflhem strangled( him faithful creature was not in the lenstdangerous1 ted. -The:strongest f.ct. was:.the discovery of.

Yoa- cut a mighty swclj,," but the other > uuaded-theonimalp l o severely and begged earnestly: ;of them to release him p hatch e.; proved to bn property. be nurse'!*

O AH bills for Job Printing, most be paid on And when 'with 1DdtpaHcd fired f. ;. tba" lie rasiirJrifito1ht thicket utteridg tbe thauhe might pursue the assassin. He spoke j 'husbHiid, who is also In custody,.uppa vrfuohnrecent

tha deiirery of the work. tell:: 4 '' ; .', trust fearful howls. Tfie butcher, who by this in so convincing a manner, that hh bearersfinally murks of blood weraUUtinctlr vbiblW l lf _
IT*AU letters oo badness,and communications j Sirange stotWypa .. Jiuie bud duotigoxed; himself From the grasp felt persuaded.of the truth of his assertions The nddin'onal fact that the nurse alone bad
I br Al&s,poor cooney,& '.-- of:>the ftccoiidxuUNtr.drow his knite and killed and restored the dog: his freedom,- who f eCtsJa.-I() the house by keys,, while no violont:
.pMIt rosrrAia.to recetrc attention.ITOr4.aaace i / !>. ; him.. But at the
-- .___.--.___--__._, TEe right sufiitg-you'll'II put i off,. shot from the'third, he who just wounded the him a few times/and then hastened: uw y. I the suspicion ot the public to her as one .

j&}' Ia addition to an .Twenty years er sash' matter.. dog and falling' was de.1p.alcbed by the thief, He divided! 'the crowd and was lOOp upon his I of the parties the atrocity. We waders t and,-. '

,111' Ordinance rctat.ua to the Police \1 Or let the poor:'not vote at.alJr). who found uponJiim.a.Iarge sum in gold a enemy's track. The police--, which] on these also, that the very intelligent physicians who .
of Use CUr of .... Angmllitc.H Inclining lo the latter." silver watch nud.n tow oilier articles ot alue. Decisions is very active and prompt, were immediately I held the post mortem examination of the dead

itvr&iitedli Ii* Mayor sat Aldti HUH i/ Ala.-poor cooney,'&c. lie pluhltf odihccorpeJcupcdii{ m the burseu & Informed of extraordinary event I bodies, gave as their opipion t ,the tatab .1'
tli:c irr.J St. Afmttlc, That'il-anyppr-oo or t nd flrd.Uo and a number of officers were'soon in pursuit. blows had been quite recently &:ruck,and that .

fr-Mns shall eoaun t or cause tar tit ooounittrd,onjt i Oh, ceoney> oooney>8coit ,: licit' morning two wood cuttrr, hap Tho dog became in q few mnments the object probably not more (ban an hour could have ,

.id o be concerned in committing any trf..... upon Your diet'ieadlxtcbaat ced;. 'Il\cuinc, in !abut glob,werR&urpriKfd to (find three ot public 'curiosity, and every one drew intervened between the commission of the1
fly tot carden.'frove or plantation witbfea I" city F..oo.o..t ilcud uodicg mid u large dug, who seemed to back to allow him room. Business was suspended murders and the discovery of the.victims.' ". ;
III 8t..A. eusttaetor upon any fruit treesahrubbrrjr"- : btefdown t* hasty scup, bo guarding thrin. Thuy t-xoinincd them and I and the crowd :collected in groups conversing Mr. Winston lies in a very critical. condi-t ;
p.at."iOf'l or vege growl :IsrtewyetacbJot,. o.r.stomaet) is deranged. of but tion, and little h-, is
enduuvored to restore i li'e ; hut in vain. One nought the dog and the murder pe indulged for his ncovwrv. >
eardea,teovt'or Uttm.or shilMxe coneernvdlnijWtromf *, Alas,,poof 4 cooney, &c. otihirn dressed the wounds of the dog, gave which had been committed two years before. I I 1.
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. I csrfjriQf_ away any fruit, vege'sbles or 1 him some (loud and sought, sorno water for him, After a half hour's, expectation's cener)1ru"h Wo have no words to express tho shock wer ;
therein
tntag ut free y.t growtxf arch person or per,* Your pUtf rm and your priscjiies. while the oilier Imstrni'd to the nearest village indicated that the'search,was over. The experienced at this terrible calamity..'The* '
if ataaUODlcocYictio. for each
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tons subject( to) a fine of,'not exceedlngtf dalUrsnce 1 ofl"epftbe ;, Ate iike your higher law, I to inform I Ihu m: gistrntcofthediscuver3... TJIO man hud. stretched himself: upon the ground, :I excitement created by it is without a parallel.

she coati nfprotteenioa; and .f a slave, be orehe end The constitution it declares; : ( t.tfieer'aticurnpunied by sfvenil nUcndanl/s was under the heavy olds of a double tent and believed : in our recollection And no pains will bo

bflibffto! whipping not eacefding stripes,shalloflrndrrahull ,Is but a thing of etra....;, t. i ?, soon' on Iho spot ; n surgeon examined the himself hidden. But in spite ot his security spared to ferret out the diabolical agents in then ..- _'
I i iltW ....-... a y eyc.sa.of coovletlo.n4 :: ., ,, Alair,poor"cooney,Sec.i .wounds of ltlo ',hrv bodies; they drew up a the avenger bad trucked him, and leaped I Kuilt For those lo..ho' ." .' .tl.o.blow-witK,
6i i aaa committed until the fine or thf verbal piocc+ uud interred thfm. upon him he bit him,tore his garments and i come with a crushing weight, by reason oft

1 why and all costs ahall ha-r been Mtkfied and pe: Your: brains lie in your rpaul-tta.: ''I I, The dug had dragged himself, :in the course would have killed! hfnr:upon the spot, had no :I their near connection with tbe deceased, we

lit it /. 'Un .rdi.t /. Thai It shall not be siJ. of the night, when all was quiet", to the corpse the assistants rushed to' his rescue. I can only hope that God who tempers the:
be did '
fat lot any uiercbaut Or ahop-kerprr or other paw.tbkrrporr Friend.GreeSy toy of Ins master, where he was founj next more lIe was immediately arrested, and led with wind to the shorn lamb will have them in-

store,or di po.e of.goodcliattfUware Beligioiuly l he told the truth i ninif. Ho allowed his new friends lo dress his I 31. Meyer and the dog, then carefully bound, : His keeping, and prepare, them to sustain this

.... or utuchanJize on the Sabbath day or barter "Come brethren I M us pray!? wound*, and us foreseeing that he must con before the judge, who hardly know what 'to afflicting d..peB" ation of His Providence.'

or "sell the same, shall on conrietion be fined in the Alas,poor cOO tf' &e.To sent to live that ho might one day nninno: the think of so extraordinary on affair. Meyer I
*in of ten dollars for every such offence, together related Prospects la North Carolina E t
all that had before
murdered happened two
he cut and drunk but would not years
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with Ihe of the I
costs prosecuting same, one half of "* Extracts of a letter to the Editors of the
powder fuss and feathers leave the and insisted upon the imprisonment of Enquirer i
which raid fine shall be paid to the peneDunToruuig: spot. dated
'I'W Tbe-'Ood.lik Dan must itoep., the man, declaring that be was Ihe murdereroi
t prwrcuting the .amr.II i lie looked wlriln the
on quietly
they 'dug
!lie /.,/", ordained, That it shall not be lu sod I, Girrat intellect statestMnobipi; grave, and ulluwcd them to bury me bodies !I his brother,, fur his dog could not be deceivcJ -. "It bo Edition, July 13. 1852. !

ful' for' any person by himself, servant or agent, to Are UUd'Sside for soup, : but ns soon nil the turf wan replaced lie,stretched .. tOe Scull mar gratifying to you to know that'
During all the time it f founfalmrst im stock it going down a i
aiYt'.1I or barte r, to any .live..uy vinous, spirit him+elt if howled w.s -not havinjr <
Alas & on, mournfully, .and re*
.c.
omot inodcadDlliqooJ'l without an express license poor cooney sUted all the t-flortsof the toin. possible to hold the animal who seemed deter tendency merely' to. -jo dowrir-but, on th" 1
ia writing from the person having the control of said him. bystanders mined to attack tho prisoner. Upon interro, path to the SUIT at, There are a number of
duce to lie
slave or slaves under the penalty of twenty dollars The Compromise'sHw.IC'fhVapon move. snapped at all who l gating the latter the judge was not satisfied our citizens! heretofore W.bIJC.'who hay
.rottleh.Dd oJrtnct"with the sad the shelf youte laid1 ([ctimtt near him except the woodmamwho had tbhts search openly declared in favor of
: trery coats, tb* W- replies and dered him to be Piuico and King".
tended hi.. 1 bore
iafontiershall be entitled to the one half bfaiiaV- And Millard F.llmore kicked the; beam, He lad. carvsgen, butno sooner I ed. There,was. found upon him a large sum and rumor has it( that the Hon. K. llayner

nasty and if' the person or persons so offending shall When in the balance welched.' did the man attempt to take his paws to re* I in gold, some jewels and five watches, four of will make a dcrQun"tralion against |hu whir
him from the
be i licensed shopkeeper his or their said license move grave, Ihtin ho gnashed lit nominations before
Alas, pool cooney, &c. teeth and would have wounded him them gold and very valuable, while the fifth in my nuioas. Ho ref jsn.1. .
sliall revoked. I severely* was an old silver one of but little to ba present at a Sc-itt barbecue givui..iii tnu
The above ordinance will t* etrictly ear rced"- 1 iif he had.not qpickly fled. Every one dmIrt..1Ib consequence.As which:
city
soon as Meyer saw'the last he declared( ii ; was tho flitteit concern
the platform spin, ever- witnessed -
Flied 10 Council June, lilt 1852. Greeley upon ; fidelity ol tin dog, nnd'whcn thu woodmantiffrrcd in "
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to be the same that his brother wore the day Raleigh. North Carolina du.r ti
P. -ZYLjTRA..M6Ifr.. With wrath and indignation; to him food nnd drink t
carry everyday, he left home, and the description of his watch! us beyond doubt for Pierce ana King.
Attest I. ,CEAJS. HAQKR.SOUILJOdBFH Yet says unto the Southern whip 1 I that he might not perish, tho .mngistritle pro published months corroborated his I -
previously,
Stand by'our nomination. posed taking up a collecliort! to remunerate the assertion. The robber had never dared Gs5. SCOTT'S RSPI.T TO THE STATS RioirrMEW. .-
: HENR.Y"d.y. from Balti* .&c. mnn, who was poor nnd! .the father of a large exposc'II. .-It is said that Geu.
Scott
Flour,3000 tQlb'Gom, 40 bales ;i Alas, poor'coone, 1' family., With he for fear that it would lead' to his detection, In reply ur
difficulty induced certain
Ray 90 bap affec, 10 hhds Sugar 40. bUt Lard.. was to ac as he was well ''aware it had been described queries propounded too him:and Gen-
fii Kegs tatter, 40 bits Potatoes. 30 blls Apples, 5Catks For forty years this government, ccpt the money ; but he tionlly'did, old lrt m ver>, minutely. in i all the principal jiurnuls of Pierce, by the State 'Rights convention of

Cheetr, iO(}bags Oats, 5 casks of Bacon 40 Has paid you lots of money 'ur blot moment tmnlencJ himself with the care. .G ermany. Alabama, has written to say that the only

,bf aCr.okets,100 ktg Nails. 35 boxes Tobacco, 3. Would be President! hisnew pciuiuncr. In short, after most minute and convictive declaration of principles he will feel called
buds do, HI bus! Mols.es.$0 boxes Hoap, 2'casks And now you rather funny. The details of bis( horrible event were pub legal proceedings of eight( months, the murderer upon to make during the present canvass, is l lcun

Oil,$) boxes 'andles, 15 baskets Champagne, 10 The thing looks & ( fhdird: In the principal journals-of- country was condemned to be broken alive and bias 'auncd in his ucceptance to the Whig num'Ipa11Wl.

boxes Cider 10 chests Tea 10 doz. Broomf, 10 orsls ,Alas,.poor, ooDr1. .c. M.Meyer, a brother ot the butcbers, dreading corpse to remain ehained:upon the wheel as .

Tabs 5 boxes Oranges, 5 boxes Lemons, 10 casks 'some time afterwards the ndve-iiseieeht of the un exmnple others... On the night previous. f
Klce.l Cities, 15 boxes Starch,400 boxes to. I Then clear the track old boots and spurs,. magjstrate... hastened instantly to-bis'presence, to his executing( he confessed, amongst other I OV.EaraArID: 1I1Jf 1LJ"-UurinsT( the preva

March 6th 1831 .B. E. CARRtTHE '\toP',. making too much row, saying he had fears whicfrwcro only too well|| crimes, what until then he had always denied lence of the epidemic in Virginia in,1349, the

I That t HEBILD letter caves vim ln", Jounced, that his brother had fallen into the that he was the murderer of Meyer's brother.He negroes on the different plan anions became'
WORLD AS IT PAS :)E8. i''Though signed "AmfriC ."' hands ot robbers, as be had left home with a :gave them all the details above related and dreadfully! alarmed, and thought! they would
[ large sum in gold for the of beeves certainly die with it. Among others, in one
I' : MORRIS ZlviLUSU Alas, Boor coonej, lie. purchase declared that he always believed the accursed of the
0 and had not since been beard from. His sus.puwloar dog died.t. his wounds.. 'Had it not been for upper counties WAS a.negro boy, who,,
.JlE aitd'crowaloud
: A FAMILY' NEWSPAPER.WCIKUT Come flap yourwingt would soon be long their ,left his work
tbe related him way
magistrate to the
con.
..:. singular have been here. Nothing else could havedi-
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17 W AT fWo OOLLXKSA YU.a. Old cocka.doodledoo : du6>of a dog which be described fli. Meyer, covered rnf',for 1 had killed the bars, and buried one Here day, and betook himself to tbe woods. ?
Then beat the drum and muster up, the officer andseveral others he was found by his oversner.soon after, '
: accompanied! by him with nil thai he wore. ,
or-;;;; Pest aalee .
,,: 't1Ul' mmeut xxw auixs WILL nto .....(Your aboloion. crew. repaired to the grave. As soon as the dog per tie expired on the wheel and his sons thu l his, Beans takea to tat by him for r
saw XBC run or JAKOAXT nzr. : hearing work he excused himself on the
AUs. poor; eooney&ocAnd served his: master's brother he h\1wledlapped corpse whichibebeldbefuro entering the city
___ i 'C ground that, not being nimd r-
"p'epllred.D.
t'i
I his bands, and evinced'numerous other demonstrations of ipzI "
Tn Home Journal bastcow become universa.. .. when they mate you President of grief and joy. By different parts : .dr. he had gone to the woods to.". mt:Jiata.'*'

There are few lam ftD of cultivated haUto-(few of You'll eat soup with a torn,' ot bit dress, M. Meyer: recognised the body of From the Richmond Whig 20th nit.HorribleTragedyatUicbniouel. ButJ\taid tbc'ovcrseer" "bp WAS it that
those who seek lo and make you went asleep ? Well I dorA
rnhven home thai most his brother when they disinterred it. The absence know lucky t1
iaiiBifeat a>d attractive place--who do not now From "hasty plate" which you can get of the gold and the watch,and the wounds Va. responded the negro, "but I speck I must have'

receive it. It ia read we believe wherever run the "Ohhe man that'a the moon. ; ot the butcher and his dog, those of two other Our city was thrown into. state of iho utmost overprayed .myseli.: s

gold ,.threads of domestic happiness and true moral .A.1aJp-goorcooo.", &c. bodies, together with the disappearance of the : horror yesterdaymornmg* by the cJcyel.I ,
ttfararnt which are into the I AEC .TK.-The following i"decidedly
woven thickly
so I horse convincedlhe and the witnesses opement of one of. the darkest and most fearful
it and nfer( eat l coarser web of our oaatr7'.lDdUlr 'Hie j Empire tiop' aremovieg now:,: that the deceased magistrate had not only been.assail ragidies thnt tt has ever been our lot to re putchaff
etOTfetic The Home Journal it theo of Irish, woman a of.but
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cord. Mi. Xusepb P. Winston, (of the firm of *
We cannot stop/tft-tall.; ed ,but also one several others;
by two, by or
speaker to the hearts ,
of iKfe ter
bar nation Jn the hours ; the lumps of whieb.inteuded for
N'IuceVin.tub! >who aesidfcs at the Eastern poundshe
"f Urea to happiness relaxation. Until we're mire that Pierce and King; who hud fled, with the horse and the plunder balance *
in tbe and found
'weighed
wanting
of Seventh street the City
tremity near Spring
.At. ffew Ytvft JYrsf InClnR /.aaW Will in.th. White House walk. Having obtained perrnirsion,14. Meyer re- and his wife and child (in infant about eleven, ** "' ure it's vcr own. t.iull,it they an

,,tbe noun Jounul is one ol which tkt rtfnirsNee Alma,poor cooney.. dec.s moved his brother's corpse to his native village months. old) were found in bed, weltering in t light said BiJJy,:in Jaelt: ; ,ta clip complain
+ .,Isrf...M t's eeet and it is 'land interred itin the adjoining The
unsurPsaedas "
i cemetery. blood, tbe infant dead the mother just expiring of the buyer, 'at.. yet owin, fault sir, for
, ?kasts.a eiftin good tutee This old'coon that looks so fat, laithtul dog followed the body, but by degrees and Mr. Winston himself in a condition wa,s'ut it a pound o' 1l,1I?. I, bought' here IPJ*
ODe eo"y$2 ; for -iree copies i How often have we data, ,, became attached to bis new master. insensibility. I silt that I had ia ih&oiber end of the scales:
a .r for one copy fur three fci- tWl.D ad I ,0 j effort made the'most utter I "
years
was diligent
Every by wbul weighed 'em? The Sforekwper
tidal bin daadsad'gone, All that Is known of this fearful occurrence; hadnothing.more
'Dee. Subscribers
without dela Address And when we ,
search and the ofle of immense rewards, to to. say on the subjec '-:
be- stated as follows- Mr. Winston bad
MOBBI8 WILLIS., Thee up Be pops again! discover the culprits. But in vain ; tbe horrible may
Iditora,107 Fulton street New-Xork. Alas, poor cooney &e. tragedy remained on tnim1. designed to leave Richmond. yesterday morn I i "Feller citizens? said a c sndaf+tte., for C.n.
t4'Choice i tog froths Northland gave orders to his servants Brest;recently sum lwhero out West. "Feller
t Two years had passed away and all hope of to rouse bin*at an earlier hour than
gtouors 4e. well I
citizens ,are
Empire boys aware 1
I fire you ne'er.went.
Then away my M. 1'\1. Bntttdr solving the mystery vanished when Meyer usual. A little before sunrise, the nurse, 111>
Hottaai Gin, M8DCftpbel.I..bI school in my life but three limes, and that
"/ Let's give Urn one pull more received a letter urging him tu repair without' about 40 of who I
t", IriIb end Scotch do. Ale and For- mulatto woman years age, was a night schooL Two nights the teacher
Remember how we laid him out, r delay to Leipzig to close the eyes of his maternal detached
tat Oiaiolj-gne Wine, Afadeira, do. Sherry do. slept in the kitchen building, went didn't come, and t'otuer ni tt / AiZi'a.ty
,
r P.tt'O Cungrm Water, Cordials. Claret Wine. In eighteen forty-four. : : uncle, wbo desired to see him before he into the chamber of her master, and soon after candle!/" .
6.e. BE CARR.'TWTaCEi.hfrtbygiTfnih4JlwilltU 1. Alas, poor cooney. &e. died lie Immediately: hastened thither accomPanied came out calling to the cook that both her .

f i by his brothers'' dog, who was- his master and mistress were dead. The cook h A regular physician, being sent for by i
weeks Come Democrats and,shout with us, companion at all times.) He arrived too late. negro-woman after a hurried vi-it to tho quack doctor expressed his surprise ar being
'.4 I !A tkqdsts, apply to the Judge of Probaui of St make the welkin ring ; His relative had deceased the previous evening, chamber, went to alarm the neighbors, who at .called in on an occasion apparently trifling.
,W8JBjw!rr**!*>titm of Admbktratioa. the And.. ; .. him 'a Urge f rlune. He found "
.- *' bequeathing once entered, and there witnessed the appall }"Not 'so trifling, my good sir, replied,then
+ att.fBash Fo11ia,late of said County Uecased ,For(he Union for Pierce and the ComcromiJe, the city crowded, it being tho season of the ing scene wo'have detailed above. Mn. Win. I II quack, "for, to tell you the truth, I,. ""e"bl'

ANN HURLBERT. Hurrah tuirihild regularly there, twice a year. I in the of death the first I mistake taken of .
Angu-dne, March 4 6th 1653. Alas, poor cooney i &c. great V stun was agonies as ot I j orne mj own ptllv'..-,,

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,r r 'Gera.'Pierce, \ and bis Acclll n. lion, of his speech, at New Boston'as grossly false I ,I If the / Pox-Great Excitement in From Weloka Precinct, F. M. Adams; Prt4'4

II!': :. We (find i in the Bustun Post the following as a tissue of falsehoods and a complete and total \ rare and St. 1 .crick Wilkie William Green. s:

:'''- statement, branding as false, in the niosldinciienn misrepresentat-on of what he then said." I Chnpliii'A Augustine. From Jagno"a Point Precinct Nathan :SOT,:

\ the charge: which the Washington Re i i ness and! every rcaqp to believe that the Ion I( William':NortonGideon \"elwinXJClon.R
: Ju.lic.h s brought against Gen. Piercc From the Washington Union. ful to thc <";
: Letter <>f Governor Gonzalc Chnplin lately circulated in this city that the and I ,Allen, Henry Henderson,James Etu8j ".'

I The undersigned i having had their attention To the.Editor vf the Union: ndvice, pox" was raving in Jacksonville, are From Pilatka Precioct.CoL J O. Oetalf '\

culled to a communication published in, thr ,*: Siit=bhave, noticed the translation I into the about $ as it is however, who has circular'I GUnsk i. J. FJdcher "Mfc ,\ .
Manchester of le- I,Juba D
Dcrrocip the 81b of Jnnuary .
columnar ofnn editorial from Ihe
f Tur paper more than but "
lust, and republished in the WishingtonJRepublic > report we lS1"Dthatnont a Su\V: ; ee ) -
.. ...Ne.w York Courier and Enquirer under the b ase. The i } 1
: or thu IS'.h int., purporting Co give an caption'Importart from Havana I ," in which vided. for. 'vidunls flying' from pacVsuavilie : It was rrtolved Ib.-sit.lny of the De

'1 occoulJ.t. fGeu. Pierce': *cpeecbust New Bb&lon tha statement is made, that notwithstanding hence: I ; arrived here titer, Saturday.. and] im* rhoutdl au be lUeDd, they be
t. lost winter, deem it duo*lojrutb: to. tnake- the',that papers and the general impression fur that reported llJe' cose to the $lay J t rzeojn vrg* vJ_ &blet tct'ftt..ror them.&1IIh.
;.
rI following statement : merly prevalent, that the Cuba revolution wasa bail. I .. 'the City tutborities ordered a
:J' We were! all of u* present another f occasion mere piratical 1 foray, having no real origin promptly ) from there. The, meeting_then adjourned.

referred to, and ore therefore, able to sneak among'ibe residents of the Island, it now hasrensou Southern. prevent direct_ intercourse J. O. DEVALL. Ckarrttta>t.
: : positively in regnrd to the truthfulness ffthfll to doubt this view of the rase. If anything "IT 1 was two l letters written from icsi- Joule DICE, Secretary '

I, report. We do nofheshnte to pronounce it, *as wnntinit to fill to overflowing the f Jacksonville one of which is with. .

-z without any qualification,n tissue falsehood measure vf indignities held to the lips, of the reach, slating that the disease was CT It will be seen by the subjoined wfcca. ere

from,-beginning to end.- In the whole,aiul in Cuhnn exiles and their/jrmpnthizmg( friends *....... "*:"... "., ". -..--- --,-" fioai. ?WisUinjwa.paper that S Dator.)1Q
part,-in substance and detail, it is entirely and throughout the States it i is produ red in thisbarefaced : pox." been both mindful and active ia bio effort b.

grossly'false/jind: wait so denounced by those and heartiest avowal. nave taken the, liberty :to,,publarliet mole the interests of his cotutitoents
of us who saw it, nt the time of itsoriginal Fur four ytnr pant the dangers of the Slor- of letters written to us from Jackson- net '
publication. No one expression there imputed s" of Gen. TOTTHT, stronglj if not conclosmlj ar
ro and the cellsof tho"Preidi' Attica table citizens which all can
by
f to Gen. Pierce is correct, and mot of them have teemed wijh Cuba's noblest spirit, and ,.re?pec lathe ia Lyon of the work urged by Mr. -

are) ,-CnUC faoricntioris, without the slightesthndwjrtrutb. the] boud! of patriots has freely flowed on her \ogue.reports Jn) ,circulation.,. even open' national ground*-bat *.. tai. 'rre

...' }! ., :i: +,: roqd-f!{ nndfeaffolds.. Her exiles and ,fugitives '" -. 8br, '1852., rtpreRntatiY7pt-.he, kotbuwae.
'. w 4;, ,, Pi ,speechupon !this ,occasion! wni frurn Spanish! tv njinv; and; roa':casVyupApurted B,.August no: di. ,Oleo to"'mnrjne tsI;) ...'
.- "able,:uollrnd ei' uentindatfatr't bfiftf. 6n.lbo fir"\ gn.y1t.t'. 17KN anS: asrsT !-If';:notbirtg wyr ..witD' ns, .excepttm The ,.1 i"aittl corn apa", enco" p4
d tbe Democratic of by have tour 'f attempted ntc ''rife the people without ;
cnurso pur su by party I desperation i jrnes among \ subject been sewllo iu fur '
pab
"
r the,Slate, in rescinding the nomination of John with the individtJul.aid of Americans, ; foundation. It(is true the disease pre- The mOM! of Gepefhl Totenr tie ,
op
their former candidate lor of the noble to her from ST. ,\'
Atwood: governor, worthy name rescue I among us is bad one, and I. the eaRiceer tail W boon
on Account of his joining: .. nth the nbuli'.ionists th bldom. Four expeditions have, at immense avery cur3s-caanW g-
10 the cost of 1 1 contagious, but it is not the small pox.- weight with the representatives of theS -
sacrifice the the
in their opposition compromise meas- -even at ornaments
r 'arcs, lie spoko of the fugitiivc slave law as of.Cuba',,; daughters-been contrived for Cuban here held a consultation 'one pro ..UTE CBI..XBE&.luty 24th, I

nn net in rl rlcc\ conformity to Ihu requirements 'freedom. Cuban jewelry und Cuban money -- : t il small pox and three others chicken Sis Bills are now pending before 1:1.10

ot the constitution and one that we were have been added to American funds forth 'confluent character if it bad 'been granting to the riistes ot Alabama au4. .
:.j:. bound,by the highest considerations observe
I, und rxrcule in good faith lie alluded tu the openly Dud avowedly been formed, at the seat | %there would have been some deaths: aid in the construction of railroads frti..:. "+

TJtu.ncutl.uw&e: act of by.tbe highrr law poliitcian of government, tar thu promotion of Cuba'n GEN. number of cases we have had." Bay ot Pensacola, Florida, to J100I :-

u' : $, and denounced tbeirdoctrine ns tar.ut- political interests, composed of men till then Alabama, and from some point on the tl t; .

M teal and d"J1 t'rllWf.. lie .howf'd that their objections uncommitted towards the Spam Government, JACKSONVILLE, August 10th, 1852.,. tic, across Floridato such terminus ...' ';.

,' to the present fugitive slave law npplictj and'who by this act brought' upon their heads hoped to haw been in Augustine Gulf of Mexico as ,that tftaie may des

: with. equoj force.to the Act ol 1793 and immediate sentence of death anti confiscation FOR but I to I In your annual repoitsot the EujcL"t
were over,
:' c \ea.. lIe constitution' itself. Tt.e law of 1793 of property. Their action has been the subject go suppose sartment,ns far back us 1843, '44 '-&5.1I : -

.- he said had received the approval Wiish. of diplomatic correspondence between this \V, I .Ij should ,like all others,be quarantined. [ observe you call the attention ot i.

ingtun nnd many ,.fthe wisest and purest na- government and the Sp..nt h minister, which t I however, next week to go over at any : ment tote importance having ,a. .'

trust*r8mollg the founders of our republic,,Aid has been maths public through the 'official., : I I trust by that time the alarm created i communication between tbe harbor of X. j---

\ he cpn* dcrcd these men as.moral,us virtuous uurttas. On the streets Cardenas, and on and exaggerated reports from cola,and the populous Interior co
pnd UB consciecious as tbosa noisy abolitionists thu memorable firldauf! "Lus.Pnzas"and'Hafeta .- Alabama and Georgia. The works for
v > who:were now trying to overthrow the institutions I' | de Frias." the Wool of the Cubans has mingled .' : c will hnYelublli !l'd. fences of that harbor being now nearfl

;" they 'have,estu bUshed.tJ with the -Anvriran. to fructify our virgin --- pletcd, I will thank you to give me your ?

Tons who arc acquainted with the character 'soil, and bring forth the aspiring tree of liber I M Another Gone of the ntrtetsity ot the road from that "y

I of the warfare the abolition organs of this I tv.. 'of Jefferson Co. a'Wmg, is.: indig tu ;Montgomery, Alabama,' as Cauotd... r!>1

Suite have been necuttomcd to wage ngninsi, 'I The names of Henderson, Sigur, O'Haro, ,I n ta.1lt G.-n..Scutt for the insult dffcrt-d the military defences ot the *ulf of lie
the democratic party, communications in their Picket, Hawkins, Mor2anVhedt, Ke'wcn, d% The ror.d acroxs Florid from the A
columns, like the one nbuvc rrfercd to, occasion 1 Smith, CrockfU, Allen, Breckenridge, Wilson, ... i(I citiz'ns o.. Florida, calling them cotrards to tbe Gulfut' Mexico i i.', in my: judgmcat,-,
; no surprise Here they can deceive no Knight, David, McCormeck, and a host of othcm his celebrated" No 43; his letter is pub! ot great importance-, not" only tuiboctirial

., one: But van desperate attempt has been made from tint chiyalric West and Southwest' I IIJcQUF in the'FL id.an cf- Journal uud till 1&it. iutere ala of'Ao uhulecountrybut

lib, rood' to prejudice General Pierce, by retiring i. and ol. O'' uJlivun; Garnet!, and Ellis, from the 'I : I our next. There are mlDfVhigs i in ly au tu its military .di tcuoa iu Jilrw ,v( '
.; some ot their miserable falsehoodx, we Atlantic border have been treasured up by lho J. \ In AlUM uicetaulult trut.14soawJLy-t
hive deemed it no'more than a simple act of Cubans for their self-acrifie.ing dovolicn to .. : that wilt not support Scott, iiecexsiry cf A ship cat.-al from th't it' ,

juxtict to publish over our own signatures the their c.use'Kith those of tho Sanchez, Ague. Bl AJ. JE Cu'jell says. there is not a fi-dorul nfli- the Gulf,.a uork ,," cll..r jewr:*,.....

1 foregoing declaration. rus, Iznngiip, Macias, Hernnjidcz. Cruz, Tolnn, -- but what sill supprt'Scott, Krw.ird, the serious conni.leruliou ol lilt

,July 24th, 1852.: and! Villaverdes, of our own land ; while th & Co. and sell their for iiitcrfstv of Ihr Uiucd Ktutex.I : a'
:.. French memories ot Prajjay, Criitenden, .Logan, Sic I Uuuglnr country will >UHII. u o |..tor if ) ou wolf
Walter Win Parker Jr., J HOB. Eo and '
Cunn, nnd SI ones ut equally gallant and I fJftS fshes.
j generous also have ejf the
vi .tr
J"'C Flanders'. Daniel Dodge 12tb 1 *52. .- -. ynur htlSMIt|
I
embalmed their
f soul in grateful
are
J M Campbell, Austin Marshall 1 that rond, liS cuuntvIidwntinditary'rat
heart with those of Obtrto. principle Lock Ont.
Lopez, Gutny. Aguuro, -
n F,Ayer, W.B Johnson before the the country. -
1
,
/ !
J N' Haynes, Charles Bennett l Dctancnur!, Armenterus and Axramuntc, 1 parly." nrf informed that a su>|>icious indiviJ- I pen: : rcspcctfulyyour! (lb.'di"h
Ci >V" flacauta.j \ uho iliccifully gate up their precious livenupon *. tart
J L Kennedy' The in fur distributing trne's ___ '
Parley Dodge, A L Ilulchinfton. : iho altar of thu redempiion. t would be community JACIC, ON 3:Oft-

,; [%lanebesterL1ZstterArtdI The record of these events does not contain of the Free ; been sct-c in ,Ccret rrnvcrsation u'ith i Gen.Jusera (,.TOTT tcU.S.Euiwvtls"
,
'. ,' E Monroe. Amherst, I. a single transaction upon the land or upon ibe I stroy the of our colored people ; he may have ilk-
'!''Alfred' John 8,Carr, ofHhuse proud votaries ot Cu I r.
titory: ,. seas, unworthy 11 -It' did
Ortn.More J Austin incendiary. tract to them ti.o.Ve. lion. JACJCsUS\tO&Tf'''; nuts: _,...
: ban 'regeneration. Papers have been printed could .
Jesse Carr 1": D B Austin: Gorutown at Puerto Principe at the amc risks as the one ,' Timtt. 0'.T""r/ -n jjpnscd of this tyuvcral real; DEAR : Tuu opinions tout van Ink \ ,
relaiiurt
D B ,Whittemore* 'G Bowers, Nashua now is u! lI1'una'bicb the Courier is pleased hrr.ce, wo notifv alt tu \vnci' h'm. m to tilt prnpoMti ct'mHnuteitsnr4ilrrad
,V Parker. Francestowo, Dan Dodge.2d, I bvinf.'n P.'iinaculit lirUir a
to quote. A \\'ole population has, to n mm- -
: interior of FNiridn and fabainn I willwi'.h '
Wm II Bacbeldor, Parker Bartlett !
Matnnzns well know In tf the illness
nuy, to a ICMllan--nl too nepqncnco : if Judge'
3\n} GreggJcbn Stephen Bennett pleasurr, n. iuntilet'
l.uj ; nwy tat:
ubalaincd from fcslivtics! the At Ibis '
public on cccu- ui.Jst in J"d.I'JYH:: S:. Juhii"iifuil .
: : ,Smith;, Jacob Bennett, j Degree: f.t Ijr dean;o" tmt! 1 deemitoiul ti tae ,
don of the Que u's br; :b.dnl ; and for this offence ing atcu, h .
,
WhiteiJesse John Cochrone 2J ( imc "
Aron (Ic'cr1Url. C"urtts pnofj'oncd from tl.t- if, for -Iucll re naf.-'I fne'
Wilkins, !': re. Corlcs, were our people hun icd'tu trantlantic i I
: ? kit it du
; : to MoiuJ.iy the ti31 Au ua*. mst.- iiij &j to pieaahtnt uputhu
) Frank Flanders, J B White. galleys. Over,six Ibousind nddilional Hoops to be t.; \ men*. "',
S F-Surnham, Horace Plulbrick have been pour'dj into the l>laud and almost our iufunred that J djc: DJCCLAS uiI! pro Th: hartwr of rC:111rnln-lI&r ; .'

.. War Bacbelder, Samuel Dcdge, the whole naval ttace of Sj-aiii now preys tugftbcr amid (,' : his plan (ilHcuii.-) next Hctkvlcr: Ilu-Guliitl ii-xiru suitt-il ruiir-begIuin.a
I Wrn Dodge A II Uently. with un of 20,000 .soldiers louidi-d. at jilt II'
army upon ...
rcm.iiu Kw : with the '
David ,Greg?, Wm,Bf ntJy, the loll of the iuhillilat.un'r. -A Icndarnterieuorlhy Iccicd tu u dnyt Impc thui 11) J'JcrJlpbicllt, p.I Jliaq.L. snail -f

George G Fox, Benj Dodge, 4th, vi| thu days ol Fouche has been reestablished !lees .o )' authorities willl.buIi"h! the quaran features, adtiiirablv adapted tftrrt ur, _

.. J E Flanders Hiram Dodge, :u pry into the movemeuls and the the "',, < 'ln'rw wCour: will! atatid>> uJjoun- under aWueatid libeinl' wrerasthavingtt 1'
Ii Fletcher, I Bartletu iititd with ot trw iwdw.ens.ibls'fc
thoughts of the distrusted Cubans. Natives( SITE = 1 Noven her Term.Democralic many |
$: \I, R Whii ple, ,' John Giddipga, und Americans are equally harassed and banished Clay, at men ns a nd IIS'I.In.nc. hers lx'osnc a trhd i :
J Burn atn, >Henry Damon, i when suspected of bem< suspicious; and Mallory's "rid centre. -A coniinunuw ot this .cm"i";' '
'
;: B T Livingstone; II IIr.chiD5on, : CoiiTcnlion. e ious will it I
putrflu.116 so
r Jones,' l' Asa M Melleo.Knssel not. trusting, tu this Atlas of force<< and oppression atarn'give -
1 A W Jones '" 'Walker., \' uhicli weighs upon our aspirations, tlio 'It, will Lo held cal priivistniuj can dlJ su,aII the ;1.
: nn Thurs-hy.% i.ar f'\'er$
1 (;J Jims'', .1 John Dormanr : colossal morul and physical power ol England;: ,leisure, i .on our .qm.lroo-o+ watchinguiepM ::
; inst. nt Picclatn, for lice ot commerce of that sea. '
Daniel Campbell, Jacob Davis and Fiance and tl.e republican batteries 4 o! a ; people purpose may
Decatur, a Lawrence and t would a candidate for Duiing the growth 0'this naval ,- .
r. J WarrenJr', Bbeneter .oIJansbt't', u Perry are begged I ; fc'enuior fur tbe -? ...
f .
R B Cochran, P B WilsonIJames in aid, and obtaintd, to scour the Gulf; and toxnirit and ) I : District. Afooa candidate lor'' mcnt.the.iiovcrnmenl has bestowrdTa t.. '?:
D Shepherd' Wilson aud overawe our unarmed population I i[JIlt uti liberal support on R system of fuaidcstt'I Ie :
J Q A ,Caldwell Amos 8 Lull, Your very reamers, announcing on their periodical FAMINE, for the Counties of Si Jrhn that was at un early dav seen to be + .,;

B Fairfield ,,' Samuel Duia. arrival to these shores that uall i$ qui The Delegates appointed b v sable to the protection of this a 'a i'9' -.'

S K Hillock, J Gregg, et"-do they nut ulsu proclaim with the same I f"thusiu> : of "St. Johns county at the bore,an4 watt bnrborijf reluge.These .')J

K'Uadlockr E E Dickey, blast to the world, tha,, thms.quetud, day !*e Henry Gl of the 26th July ult., are, fortification* are nearly
r :'J .'airfit'lJ. Samuel Cochran, "Xi; scud to cease, and that it order reigns atH'w Sec being more advanced than those ol tttsaj ;:
1 t, ; ,J A Leach, 1 Cochran, > F. L. DASCTO! Buena Vista Precinct. urbor ufuteconnrv, uniT .null add .;
* V John Lynch, W G Carton, PELLICEX, Esq., ot flJatanzas P.eciuct.
tW
"
r' i 'I'8tnithJra* J Buxlon t> And yet tbiso\crwbeiming mass of facts hithrretuturu' a riuuiVA grants being necessary tu finish allnow ,,:'1 ,
E\v.' ) ; '
'1---
be
;
Itracl Shepherd, B 8 Woodbury" furnished no evidence to the conscuniii'Us Judge WBKKIIAII } of Pcolata Prec'U executed.
Ephr.amJ'ox.: D B Tcwkbuiyi Courier amt kindled l'rll1l'1.'rom' trout, wU Esqrs. But with all thnl can be said in ; ::.

S.Putnam.; i Ell ,Woodbur, ullicb-lo; pluck a belief that the acts ol the At'Ke MICXLES, 1 lies, at present, tinder raYOfl- ,

MPesbbdy. ,- J E Woodbury, patriots und their nutde-hearted American At New AR1fCll1. disAdvantJK" wti cti though nI : .
D Marshall, N.N I'h.Ibrkk: ; I Ir lends were not.piratical for ays, und that ibcrredly u BESET, I Jars'oad and provided against to Its. ,1

t J'Crist t', S Fippeo, exiatcd in Cuba u revolutionary move' "No N J!, extent m the system! of defence, must ae+' ,.

t Wm,Parker' Mark C lburo.t' ment. But one merchant tomes true Havana: (;UDll CAJIOVA, ... ihelew, under prevent circumstance II* .
< E II Parker-, T J tHo r. m the Cherokee: and inaktx a statement to tilt mon bond << tO: ROGEHO; Of$t. Augustine. PrccVt. subject f concern; and that is tbe Wrrtti '
, C' Wilder-'; John Shirley,, Courier and slums U'iU paper nnd presto the I hood- ABDKEU, of use surrounding country and the a

t' L'Chamberlin, John Shirley,Jr., ,...lIls rent ; light succeeds: to darkness, andcieuit aJlCKLER, I tv Cf ohtaininst: surcor from *a dUtafti:;.
I
M Woods, WUlard Colburn, now I" FOJlTAlIl.
dctamation. With such tlt
to u recantation sidence to the want of ommunk.u un. Tai :
of
t Gregg New DOllOn.f .
uvaunt We do not harm itVO can do best riiEETs,' upon the fortiticn'.idns and such naval4as _
acts of .; .
f, f' That evidence (sars Ono.tonPost.ia both without it. .Persevere: m the task so cruel{I v to the G. MAY. may 60 present, the necesaitjr of /

.'-, negative and p
lition reports: cl General Pierce's speech us n. of Notemuur ure near ut hand. When represented from'',Putnam and for a number of days, and h w tbil f. ,
va tismio ol TAUKHoors, while it as distinctly nl..f Orange
they bo over you will unsay your present tale stance that has material cnhacW.
.Hon. D. ; ie.. St. Johns very '
.f i: firms what he did say as to this I law. Tbe Republic unit will fall back upon callous mstinci 1 read a j;' will be represented by cost of the dcfena b
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f, may like to know as to the character of some shall' before that tune, U my health ilf i spared benltor at Delegates, and wo are informed' that Tbe danger to which the( harbor tiiossljtM J: .

t of these signers.. Now Benjamin Fletcher was give to the people a brief buiory ot oi r transactions i, I have j .us will be made for the reception exposed in case of war with a marit DIf 7'
Chairman of the New Boston meeting ; Ceo G and in the mime Cuba un humble exile the Delegates and members might come m at least three tWi'I "
as forms ,
t clerk of New Boston John il many as .
5_ Fox is the town ; but with the oid of truth., appeal to their tie riplit to be saj : I j'
Gregg is be present! representative ol this own; jubticr.i present. .
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I':' D niel Campbell R. B. Cochrane end sever-: I I sir, very respectfully,your obedient servant.AJiBKOSlG 1st. An expedition of some IlrtDt ;
':t others have heretofore represented New Boston JOiE GONZALEZ cratiC Heeling in Putnam fall upon the place, as one of the arS.it] !.!

:,_ in the legislature; ; Jesse Clfrot Goff town. Chiet ot tho sta1f- t Narcissi Lupo-z. County. tbe war, and before time bat been 4I,-.a
, und William Pinker, of Fnuiccfctu\\nnre the This i brace.up from the relaxed condition

,I:;. judges of the court of common picas ; Perley Abolition 'Prolcctiuff Us Children nit the St. to notice previously given the to our small J pence establihmnt, but_ > ;::
.
,' 'Dodge of Amherst* ,is clerk of the superior Tho crucial test <>l zeal the Abolitiontstsis informed: of Putnam County held a ipeetin* I and military. Now, whether it would tom';

t c : court ; Elijah Monroe,of Ambers r, is high slier meet with spirit. Whenever lifts possible io >" ou Tuesday August lath for the I three or four day, or two or three we ,,'.
mm par throw mecidll ,
f/ iff of Ihe co qty in which he resides; Walter shield or shelter their emissaries and oleiats. some thousand additional .
r(. French and Isaac C. Flanders, of Manchester, at hazaid'or do tapt. C. \ appointing Delegates to the Democrat these works, would probably be dec si ;,
'j' any personal expense, they it 'r
!tY;? are two nf the wealthiest and most respected most t tuuJly. 1 ho villainous outrage of The "": j uUtlD to' be held at Picolata on the 19th ta the result. I t ft t'
+.,' I citizens of that city and B. B. Wbittcmore.ot' i for the of 2d. \n 4 :
; CHATUX iu this district, and bis escape trout oasis purro-e nominating a Senai expeditfon ia large force mi i
t' Nashua, Is one oi the State Senator Such punishment through a forfeiture ut tbo bail of i ;1 she 17th Senatorial District and Ito sidenug the importance of the olJam!t tift
which
ro-
; are some of tbe siKiiers i to Hits document Amore i P gained, be landed It
promptly offered him, (is flesh in the memory | ,tor the Counties ot Putnam upon tbe islaiids :
specific and conclusive piece of tc Umo* cf our rcnde,.. In relation tu this mutter structed and 3i t. mouth of the harbor and undertnka thedui J< ",
ny It would be bard tu find. it nails the abulition Smith the her tton: '
i. Gerril notorious New York abolitionist I : .qfAhafprt\!4>ythe- cotuiructibo.olJJ
: : reports' the counter as the barest .sort motion CoL J. O. Devall and
: hrs recently written or letter to a wnich .c \ waVappointed tern*, other works, necessary' Mrleige.
I .; ot coin.We friend ;in tjkjsciir, which has been published and John,Dick Secretary. .To.relieve from Ibis danger 'J

': I I wi I only append! to t'e foregoing the ;in the paper, in; which he says DWe I then on.notion resolved that quire the, ccncetnratkin (ruin.a w .
sentence, given as we find il in ibeWtltsoingtom. three country, the of*,
following! +
: 'In addition to several tbousand dollars expend payment be chose.from Welaka organizing and awning t-
.Union; Precinct, bealT of militia ana ,volunteers the p *
{. *'d in agencies, lawyers' lees: &c., wo : :
<.- ,r -' Wt now stale as a matter of our otcn.perionaleo : paid 819.000 to idemnify Mr. Chaplin's bait hlagnolia.Poia' t PrecInct' ,c nd' wiz fin a :,,I went, cf their'supplies and the. i n larehui8-.:

I I",,j i JftuncleJge; Adi Pierce, ote* Ats own signa- I in Maryland. We are now, Bailed, to pu ,HC:' Previ''ct. ,: long disttncn-operations: not spJ'm I, J .

.: f I 'j 4}ttire' 'has repeatedly denounced the rfpor in ques; 86,000 to idtmmfy his bull 1 in Washington.-" List lollu' 1 J'g D lrate8 acts: then u I', accomplished with present means,'!.:.... '
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0t1hebuV ctnirstp, !might! reorI3o Iuseurth :wul new* to. Fort A'rouVkief ufso circumtan.j DIED.-In Washington:dty. riaturday moningjMdi B'y ihe"power vested'in me by 'II'snail tbeiower vested in m. b YJawL :.
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shall for sale the Court for
before
the i expose expose sale[ before the Court
bro\. d e bertor; gti'e nyjht t rather ; 1 Liar, iuJso much like *haH we n&vui reason -'! ult., of paralyds, SOLOAtON DREW, fatheroC' ;the city o($t. Augustine,' on. the'first Monday of I in the city of tf. Augustine, on the first % ';

be led to the eulorCeuidot of it l6ckude l bo- 1 to expect t. Mia we indulge hone but the glo HMie 1 he[ Editor ol t the "Florida Republican," for 'thirty ,January 1853,the following described property or.to .January, 1853, the following described. ;
: it QQld nol in'X'tfffe'>ntt\liJ4 to. trol ol .t antic tnationi of what the future will bring i to much thereof p or t.
much and
thereof will
muse ,' "" -. .yea is a resident of that city, nged: "'ClJtY-/>ne yearn I pay the State county as wiI par the State aDd nly .
the commerce of tbu Gulf the ira k* ol navllio lorth. taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. i taxes and the orcewry expenses due thereon t
,iud six months.
ltrtipftftbru Gulf be in* AU wHlun the.e '- H would appear from the, Intelligence i iulluncously i 19 acres third rate land on Slantanma river assessed O2 acres third rate land .

: *-y rtrocn.i from tyi.x slat ion. *if lit* light I received here from Foil cinr.I Dim.-In this City, oa Patorday, the 7th lAngnst to.SjCheves.lyinpartly ia section ifr town- Ro.ngun.bt'aoli D-tar. 1Juo'. Lake.IISt'SSooSaD, OS .

ek. Uatfcr such o blot-kudu the diflkulcrui '- mm Ver.i Cruz.u jf the Cuminchw bud ,JANE P. consort of Cs$. Eaurctz. Goxzx.. aged': ship b south, range 30 east, and partly la section 4$. I1OQ",I0W1251ip Ii south flake 23/ast.audJying, ht S .

11 ;* ; ut ,"tug( ', fcIf PI'\l.Io i? h'19rd"O.d..turt eurv-d: in rqu'illy formlJoble oumbcrt on :39 years and nine m atu. J township sooth, 'range 30 east., Double taxed anti d .lAd advertised fur nose payment of ta Double-for .
ii utbqghEffl'tfl 'l I, I..n irouiiersot Arkuo xunJ'ilexico at or about advertized for non payment of taxes for years 1843 the! year J851. AIw. Cor =e i"i"tn
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p nOr i P '..c.:' r.It,'. bolt I CiUId the Mine time, I bus leading to the supip| 2'I'h"! Also.this day-an infant aged one year and '49'Oaad 1851. Also, assessed for 1853..as. per uonal Laat.. \ ) / Upl'r'" AdJa" .__

reach their denmauuu,. ,cxueul; horn a diifliP'4'9t tiiul their old gamu'ol prevaricatiou dwteinbhng eight months, daughter of Mr. LAWVCKCS. AXDKCC. o additional UsC'tor 1852. of Ua.less taxes and upe'illea are paid before
Jay of
i Unless and before dsy
imc1 tfauc11hroultJ. hr str1D."I was to be given up for the mono dc-. 1 this city. 0 taxes expenses are' paid sale.- '
"f tale CANOVhheriffand
lerminedrone 'iJh-tbe -___1 .R. D.
,l&SBl MtnOiflJKflUU UJJIvllUl f imeasurmg weapons -- officio ex ofScio
R. D. Sheriffand
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i I will not trouble you with further remarks United State. Odthete :points: we cuntiorv- Mail ArrausetBcafsV Tax Assessor, and Collector, s. J. c* June! f 1852.-Tax A$ turitnd Coflectors. .c. ,

on this and other potau that might bu forci main much longer i in doubles every'mail ar- From Pieolata: 18 miles distance to St.'Augustine.AEKirrs. June 26. J 852. 0. ,/ I

Wy urged to like effect t.ft j these aiuafc,it seems rvmg from Texas may bo expected to teem .-Mondays and Thursday 11 A. "i. ltx, Collectors SUi j \\
'lve the to with accounts of Indian murders should the and 12 M.CLOSES. Notice U I'
to sue, o e con : as IQ. importance DEMITS.-Sundays Wednesdays \'irtof the PUW$' vested ita -
this gieal o&Uorml establishment of ,opening mossucre of Marcr and bitt>rave compnniuni .-.Sundays., and Wednesdays 11 A. M* v. \ hereby given-to all! creditor an J.all parties concerned B shall expose for sale before the Court m by lnw 1

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rehef and means of supply. Three month have duped lince 'be atarttdon TAXE81T4\XE8.1 : 'I Joseph W.Miles late _of Putnam county, deceased January, 1853, the foUow'njt described Monday or

i hare icstrictcd my observations to mtlltn.ry IsIS expedition with forty soldiers dozen WILL attend every day (Suddaya excepted) that oa the expiratien of ait months from the date so much thereof as will .pay the State and proptrty or

C"iJeratons; and st.eaking( still in reftrence ot I3aii' ter', two guus, twelve wugon*, some I my Office in the court'House until the lt cLay of hereof. I shall appfy N the Court of Probate for the tares. and necessary expenses due tboreon. COUDty. -:

to these alone I would say tbniwhrlhsr twelve or Uecn'mucdund! eighty odd, oxen. October next for the purpose uf collecting the Buteaud county of Putnam aforesaid, for au&nal settlement of One Town Lotm the city of St. Augustine ow-

urh cbonnr-ls or'.uPS-!}'are to fl. w II his command be not entirely annihilated, county taxes, lot 1652. my accounts with said Jfstate and a discharge u o\ ncr unkuown. situated OD Marine lireet. adjoining

In frri JbolUi.ikotNMrhorw t,.huy some cue or more of those ,will. certain ly lind! All unpaid taxes after 1st October will be subject minutrator thereof- lot or J. V. Swluney and leading 1 R'GiHn dirret
abould tIseir W the lu ia levy adrenjannent snd'sfc ,, BENJAMIN CI1APhANAdau.. .80utlucnlo& or Francis P. tancbez
tkre tliei' WOI1rfeKlh way aearei puxl ,, &"\ ; U ./' retj by
R..BOAW9 SIiii."" 4 $ Peter Bent
-wltujrid till'feiojiouschanneUbdri the news ot any disasterhui may ha ve-be taJl-, ; Double taxed lod' 4vejth.ej, COrbon.
that support officio Tax Assesaorand Collector s.(.c.fjit. FLORIDA from New Xork 90 payment of faxes for '
t relievo cvcii' of days years 1849 50.at
'Dtcn iipefied frotn All hiie qwtrters en ihein, and to .obtain I4.| to Scbr. / '5|. Also
AoguMme Fla., Hay '6(1( bbls Flour 6 hhd assessed for 1852 at .
addition* to the defences, And their comrades. as,may )etbe, in |>eril from the Hugar per..additfODal lifL
With slight St Johns Co. 14th, August 1853. l'ultll taxes ac4
15 bbls.Crurkera,50 sacks Bnll-- 124 puck expenses are
made through which succur can prowling bands of savages tby: whom they art sale paid before. day of
,
openings B. E..Curr 10 boxes O Burl .
need ihtf bar surrounded. gaea to: ; sundry
fit
reach thctn i time NOTICE.TUB
mricklr 1B.
and packages tu Burlinguiiw & Howie, and pi hers. C NOV A. sheriff and ex-off.
bor of Pi-Dsucola will bu placed beyond all It turtunato ,for.thd country, particularly STEAM Ell 'FLORIDA CBAKLES WIUXT. fiX Assessor and Collec
bsznrd. fortunate lor our lellow citizens, inore will leave Charleston on the nib of v TO LET.AdwcU'ng !,. .l.C.

I inn, rCl ctrullr.10ur nbPJient :rvntd. immediately expose! to the incursions of tne August inst., and proceed up to the Su River, at House and)itcheD on a lot containing Tax Collectors 'Male. 7
Indians, tttut companies ol1 active and trained uual stopping places and returning will atop at rivtnm. f\r thpower vested
hu
JOS. G. rOI'1EN. of ground, will be leased for the.term B in me by law I
: ruined rangers, familiar withthe lactic ot'the St. Augustine. ; :' of twelve 'In.-1"h premises are situated on the shall expose for sale before the Toort House

Wbo'ls. FraaUlln Fierce. C'jmakiche, and acquainted with tbu country Will leaje Su Augustine Friday afternoon the west side of the river til. Sebastian. and known asMrs. 'D Jan.the cityofSt. Augustine 00 lhedeacribed fin Moa4ayof I I'

The'ab' 'tf of the Wiij{ j'.ur" rnlLl' ot the' See he inhabits, can be at once allied into sur I SOih instant direct fur Charleston ..Hauhauis,place, adjoining l lot of Col. Humph- much 18S3. ,\be following property ot'so

shows plainly that their e.litMr vice by the government, sj us 10 bold in check, _dt. Augustine,August i4, 1852. fuss It U,very desirable sftuation for keeping and thereof a. will pay the State and County taxes "
ward the
' General stump Pierce well and are afraid of if they cannot destroy the red devils, until elfuctuul -MONROE-- -CIRCUIT COURT. mitch cows and poultry,and goot\land for a gun tD necessary elpeD8e 4Pe thereon.

; know Jack and Col. ,. uieusurp be civi ed to sweep _iliem Ion F 0 r terms apply at this office. GOO acres third rate land asoesscd 'to the heirs of
of Gen. jn
him, u ibey were to the : ever from the territory ol which! titty arc the Rebeca Barnett \ompt. CSACUI' June 19, fts.52.Charlcstou. Sebastian EnpinoM, above the head of North Rive J
will nail those editor lea ,
But
we
I'olK. lying in
,
section
scourge mid the curse. Tl.c Piesident should for DiJorce. partly 42, township 3, S.' It.
1 counter as base coin, byn "cloudul witucsses Richard B. U Drft. .) / Dud Florida LIue. range 29 and ;
i, I ra' once-cull into active service, a large force 7 cast. section 39, township south,range 1
. thtsr. dare not controvert : of iexus rangers, which. witii thu'regiment of Due proof having been made to me that Richard 29 east; Double used and advertj.ed for Don piy- '
:
1(. *ytUhave a yotng man growing up in your be im>un\ed\ ritlus nov on tho: frontier, 'in to be Barnett the defendant iq the abo, case resides out of TIlE SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAMER.I meDt of lUes. for 1850and 1851. AIs! a&esed Cur I. ,
, Franklin Fierce, thai will ,. I u 'additional .
a.- 8tBlc,thu young hoped',Geti. tiinilll find adequate Ion the protection the State of Florida to wit;in the stale of Louvlana, FLORIDA per list r ;
-foru he at sixty yrars ni .uge-.A man for the of iho settlcmcubt; in isis division until it is hereby ordained that the said Richard' Burnett L. M. Unless lazes and exprnseaare paid before day.o, I t
MJISTER.Id .
COXElTEtt ule
without the Ucua'loguco.Anf and demur thb Bilf filed
to ,
JI Democracy, docisivu.pulsey appear plead ans/r or aMid 'I
f Jackson to Gen. IIuJbar4, If'"'tUJ Ham a Krunder organization uu-N and u O.more True Delta. case on or before the first Monday December NOW running regularly R. CANOVA, Shcriffond %-'
determined
; jithirt.Wiicn. I I be next or the same will be taken as confessed againsthim on the Line between Tux Asseuoraud Collector .a, J. C.
President Polk' signed the commission i r From be I II : Provided that a copy be publish4d in some public Charleston, Savannah, and 26, J. I 13une
Plow.
t ol Gen. Pierce, appointing him to a c6mrnnnd ( small newspaper of this State for the space of three the St. John's River. ( c __ _- 'i
in the in Mexico, ho turned lo U$ n. I To Prevent Pitting by the) I months before the Mid'first tMonday of D. ceanbeJ'Aug .- The following schedule has been adopted which Taz'Collator', Sale. '

:;r Antitr9'K. army utlj Mr. VValker, nnd said, I 'amnotn die, here, is a Pox.Li recipe. which is ,worth a t 2d,, A. D. 1852. / shows the hours of arrivals! and', departures. from the. H' virtue of the power vested Irt 'me by law Iaballexpose I .f
various
JOS. B. LANCASTER
be Judge ports : for sale before tlK-Court House
will in
tr/u day
t" U committioning' a man one k fortune to you, if you ever hnppcn lo be so 8oilb ru/Clfcuit relate ol Florida. Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, .. the 'city of w. Augustine on the fist Monday iu .
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Jrnided1: I unfortunate Dif we have been;for a pretty tic / Leaves Savannah every Wednesday! at 4 .. P.M. October, 18 2.the following described property \\1 I

. 'I l 1Iuuk l upon Franklin Pierce as one of the provided there is a good heart with it, i M always .ot'e. Leaves Ja ksonville every Thursday, at 10 A.X. so much thereof as will pay the Sate ant 'eoltnt1 or '

moat irlMibtmen,as a Rtuit innn ui>il patriot, a f> rtunu for ,a lady, and it gives meI A PPLICATJON will be made to the General As- Leavaa Picoiata every Thursday, at 2 fJt.BETCKMA8. .' taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. \

Unit 1 >bu country has urodwced.'-J. C' Cal I real pan: ; Wlu'iicvt'r I see such a one all *cnrr- /a. sembly at,the next season thereof for a char- 15O acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. i '

Koun.GE. I I ed and blotched with (he it arks uf small pox. ler incorporating a company to construct a Railroad Leaves Pilatka every Friday, at 7 o'clock! A. X. Clarke, being lhe one half of one ttact the whole 1,

Bctrrr 0:1SI.or GEL PIEKCB.-Iknuw You can prevent it for two'shi.tingn. My tare across the Peninsula of Florida miikr the ktyle Leaves Picoiata 10 tract was orginaily granted to C. and G., Clarke !

It that much anxiety und many trials #retie I I' wuscuvrred with the deepest and bi .'f'Jit kind of the Florida Kai'.road! company. Leives Jacksonville every Friday at 3.f '... the other half is returned by Mr. Jacob Mickler! south .

be inured through betore tau rntilicatioiiuftlioptiople ul pustules and would now be u ghu ,ty| sight August 14ih. 18IW.. '3m. Leaves Savannah Saturday,at 9 '.-.. of and bounding oa Moses creek being in section 1

will bo hl IArJ. Whethei II .nHUfonJiriA but for llie/tcdro of one ill' the blessed ones n( The FLORIDA has been built under the special enpeiintendenceofCaiit. 4b, township 6 south range 30 east. Double taxeJ

; the action of he couTuntioti 'or not, I your sex, whonpplied the remedy, n lid suvult 'Notice. Coxetter, and her rpeed and and advertised' fcr non payment of taxes for years I .'

filial I uuKttHtledfiirUnowit will be cofcrrudUM what liillu beauty wdduK>>ood as new.G APPLICATION nil! !1M. made to the General accommodations for Passengers are u isurpassed by 119 5'). and 51. AU assessed. for 1852, as per

: >II n'flail dtiierving your confidence uud tup 'l from the apothecary u little viaj$'of stuff at its next ,&*
:1 r/.-La/e Washington Speech. I culled 'liquid cuticle,' and UK soon us the pustules art amendatory of ilie charier of the AIIuwiuaJ passage as low as by any other line. Any fur. A.ha,

j In nny, are lully i luimed, apply a little of the liquid Gulf Kmlroad company; then information can be obtained by applying to eith. 150 acres !land,being one half of a 300 acre tract U
wnhmit diitparagnrnent
'1 must suy has been mach.11d"'IUIu.110 with n little brush or feather to u.-trli AllguAt 14, l2. 3m. er.. of. the undersigned Agents. originally granted to C- and U. Clarke,the other 15U
t III tin noiniiiution tjjCh AM fust' ns they get rapt. rritio.ve tho -- --r'J.-W.-CMrtJWKLL ct.al1ttt. D. acres b retarDed brC. alter,all oiwhtthjasaust.ion
witffit as much, it ilui Valuable Lnndror'ttle.1IF E. W. BUKERavannah.BELLECI1ASSEE .
curry quile CUlt wipe itwuy thu tmtu-r; cloan,Aiid ii|>* Mantanzas, river being section 37. township ?V
,ri-inll.ieitcu m the election, tlmn any.other rvue. the liquid u nin. K any oHhem till$ II fin ultCritJt"r wtit-rn for wile a tract uf land rouJL & FlNF.G \N, south, range 30 east. Double taxed and advertised
-L tlmt ruuid tau vu been in IIc.--1 regard Uen. ino raining 10,000 atres. located in 'Township b. Jacksonville (orJaonpsjlQent of taxes for 1849/oOand '51.
must
next .erlui-Jolm Tyler. tim7 you remove covering It. 2$ i;. near six: mile-creek which empties into Si. R. R. REID Pilatka. ALo years
IU assessed (
J'.ercctron 1852
th'i 1i. wilNnrtrt. like fun or ,as per additional ist.
repeat prucesi. River lhri.euiil. below rVoluia sad
Johns known
Gcnuial 1'itixo wi-Il-.iow ttteiimti try April. 10. 1852.
1 kuuw .l
lur n moment, but my HO II lor it, then you as he .UUt'rlb" qnml" Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of
;; ''IUl'ti; hal WI1,'* CUIflIflflktII ; .
t. fr thH whuu hu recover, you shall not find a mark upon that A Muull portion of*:iid trait in composed of Ilsinuiock virtue 01! the power vested in me by law I 381C
tl.t! uiti'uiiun of the Amencitii Scuutu prHly lace of) ours, to ]>i ovu )uu ever hud the and {..rWamil-Lh remaiudrr i U i'jne laud with BY expo'e for: sale be ore the Court House R.B. CANOVA, 8 uiiffand ex officio

kjoko. -and hu Unit the intellectual qu I'.illciti : disease. a heavy grovytli. pine; trees ihercon. Joor at Mellonville on the first Monday of August Tax Assessor an J CuUf'ctor.s. t.' c.

%.ns iwctrMtiry lotrndcr his ndmiiii traiuinol lam (old the article is m.iJo guncoltondi- UEll') 1.UO I1UERTAS next the following described tracts of land or so June 26, J852. : tAn

the Government fiw aMe end iuafid.dthts .- solvyd In chloroform. It loruii nil uiltliciiil I July! 31st, 1S5-J. much thereof as w'll pay the taxes due thereon the '
$. James Uuckanan. wuunJ nl ns the rc.il --.. .State of Florida and Co .my of Orange for the year Ordinance to explain certain parts of ait Ordinance I
as
skin over u just go
Horses and
AdllaiJlida.atrlx'JI prohibiting Cattle from
'6C"lI. Pierce hit! birth ability nnd gennrnu It valuable remedy nu.l the Sale.Y 1851, to wit going
one. is a yxpcct
" qUlIU", and if elected. :<> the higtifMi ollicu Indies' of Tlie Ploll1ViII become j p.iiniioa of ,h.* Uon. die Courtjuf Probate 75O acres of Land in Tumbull swamp belong. at large within 'the City +1 St. Avgiutine.
Dt-pstrlnv-'iit I
, ita gilt nl tweni% livo millioiu of people, will immensely I 'pulnr'fur making it public I B of St. Julnu Coiiaty, will be olJ, at die Court lag or supposed to belong to Wm G Foot returned Be it Ordained by the Alat/jr, and Aldsman aj

. di>uuilfsi secure ftonor to liitTMclt, his olficc, think the nviuufuctururs of .the urtido ought I l1uue iu llir City wf rit Augustine. on Monday the by Benjamin A Putnam. j the City of iL, Avgttlinc That the Ordinance I.
21J day of August IHStl.at 12 M. following real prohibiting horses and cattle from going at large
Jvurnil odi-
350 acres belonging supposed to belong
'' "I. cuuuiry.-Cons1i1i'iIiJntl ullir.iunt Also, or
; anil to scud thu editor It snpplv to givo Estate-of the Estate of the late .Domingo U"ina d : ted by uVlu<. even lady subscriber a ,bottle for this grutuiIOIM Cfased ; to nil: A lot or parcel gmniid with the ca ward.Chariot by to subject such horses and Cattle MI., within hereafter .

: 'Fnmklin Pi:rco is witiuml donM. ononf ihoahltti puff. I i iHE buiidiugi thereon. Mtualed iu tli.* City of St. Augu described boundary to a fine, that are found at
a tm in the FlutiKirraiic Pun .".-ftlfJ"cJ V 4LCCJII.A TED..l1f you hn fit lecn. be so tine aud bounded as follows, namely: ; on the Weal Also, SAO acres belonging or supposed to belong large within thsoCity. TU: Within the Ciiy Gates

'. Ie, (Ne' //.) Adcocate, \Vsiig.U again for it will protect you Ion u loiui tinif, by Gforge Street ; ou the North by lot of Darius to Robert Martin, returned oy B A Putnam South, and the lot of the U,S. St. Francis Barracks \

* but mual bo lenuwed. It |>roti.ted me furfoiiyeight Allen ; on the South, by lot or Jaui"d Hurlhert, anti J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o.c North, and,within any part ofthe river on the Eastside

,. 'Villa LOC 'years, and as ladies never reach ou the Fast, by l lot of Joseph I'ucrtty St-nior-84iJ Jan>lst, 1852. to any part .of the Western chore of Maria

that, age, they will bu *ule if vaccinated lot cmitaiuin; ope wxternth of au acre, more or leu Sanchez CrWk of raid City. I. ,
nturusiTion i. SOLON tkBIljO Condition (Ja!Ii. TO LARGE PLAN'I EnS. Passed in Council May 17.1852.MANUEL i '
I FrnnklinPieretj does nut like shivery in thn ANTONIA III rCIICOCK, Admrx. Valuable Tracts of Land for Sale I J. Dx MEDIGES,

0 aliKiraet-does flli..ll'pruyc| ol slavery, pe* se.EtK A noy W rih CLaImIn;. Rt AugnstinebitJuty. f852. fin HE subscriber as Agent the several owners Mayor Pw Tern.
0 JL ofiVrs for sale of the valuable landsin
North ot klaxon) and Dixtiii'ii line (here is not ltuilro>id ottictt u lew ditS since,iur ulit-niiuii Notice to Limit Creditors &c. East Florida, to wit some: most 'HAS. .AGza.Clerk of the Connsil.An .
single man who thinks slavery it directed io elderly lady and her persons indebted thr Estate of- Peter C. -
, probably a was daughter ALL 8t. 800 acres valuable hammock land, West of Flemington. -
late of Johns
in : North lass from tbu Green Ulc I l, County, deccasec orrtluancc to amend an Or.
god thing Conacquently.ull buxom both make .known U the Gibbs Lands in Marion Co.,
without
cm men are abolitlonuU. ueullyatud tolerably clad, each with her 1.1- are rrquested to payment delay : Ant I tOO acres near the Alachna Savanna, known as prohibiting horses and
further that all dent
COUOUJIRV-If General Scott be ebzteil$ byNtirtbrru I tle- worlii, a iimalt bundled lied in u ClftluUballcJktnbiur. whatever uotice u given said Estate* and demands, of the Carey Grant. Cato from Toius at large within
nature against ,must be exhibited ,
votesus he mu.t b', it elected ut all, relating lo our friend 'Puin,' the within f this date 1400 acres in SM Felasco Hammock near New- the City ol eft. Angmtinc.
two years om and all Creditors.
G"lIurul icon must be a..abuliuulI'ISt.I good na.uicd and whole-si uled Receiver, ,iisou Legatees aud entitled to distribution; nansrille known as the Lawton Lands. Be ;t ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of
i persons ,who shall
Several thousand acres good and in the Arre- lhe City of St. Avgiutine, That i i' sball nlg'j
I ITIOI U. hiniplu story. It ut tlrsl touched him not, but U't present their claims and demands within the said \
Gen. Pierce or his horse, full un several occasions a socond glance ')gavti ihein bU care., and we period, will be forever barred. dondo Grant. be lawful for tho City Manual to report to the
I other inference can bu litlu their triaycllf.I' Estate 7000 acres on Halifax River Sooth of St. Au- Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse, mare
; no p aibly learned thu ol All Uiiincts relating to said will'be transacted -
and heifer
colt mule also ,
the Bulow! gelding, cow
or
800 any
. druwit truinthia than that hu was either dtunkf A son with a nearl .;big alt his body .t- by my Attorney. 1. B. Gould F qr.. pa nekaownu ofopeu land suitable Plantation for cane and having cotton. bull, ox or calf found running at large within the

I Irifibiewd, or both. ; lied 'm Michigan, and I"raviug'lI bu:iuu$I ELIZABKTH ZYLaTKA. Admr. acres And several other bodies of hammock land on the City of St. Augustine ; contrary t) the provisions .
I Njjraleou, ffhuJell Ironnisborwntthepn Hud, by tliu sweat of Ins; brow, accumulated St. Augustine, July 17th 1852 8wka navigable waters. of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and

. t sap of the Ntcmen and ilassenu, who wus lunds suflicienl lo send (for fuui ot' his relative THE SOUTHERN The titles are undoubted and terms low-.Apply Cattle from going at large within the city of St,

I lurown by his iiutm at Wag ram, were drunk ,i _, uud quw eigbl morju ol them were on CULTIVATOR. to GEO. U. FAIRBANKS. Augustine." j _

' : .ids or cowurds.' ., .' Uieir way lo meet him with lund sent by A MONTHLY JOURNAL Feb 28.18.3 St. Angnstin\Florida. Passed in Council February 7th. 1 t. 2.

, r&orvswiua 01. iiim. Tho old lady had been( left without aUntie DEVOTED TO AQKICCLTUIE. HOXTTCULTCTIE, AITD -- E.. J. de MEDICEd Mayor Pro Tern.

Gen. ScoiHs ..jiL ndur,' Gen. Pierco a in Canada, but feuitd a Curuitun triend The Gf ueral Planting Interests of the South. Tax Collector's Sale. Attest .

bid one. tie who cuti best control a horse who bud 'cured for bet little Hock, who gave BY: virtue of the power Tested in me by law I CHAS. HAAGER.e. c. tBIlUarei

(. i, litlc l tu Kurefii ii'republic. Cuii cqii in the city of dt. Augustine oa the first Monday Table aud Ten Pin Alley.
f' a wild Camincbu would tn.koa ,butter Fresi- cohlmue bur Journey. Tit hear her recital of D.REDMONDAssmm, E 1TOa. I
the described
j October next, following property or so the Magnolia Retreat,open throughout the
than cither Scott ur .dtce.-La. Courier.Tbc intlieied and trials endured .
deut A
by
wrongs Published on the first of errry month at Augusta, Ga. much"thereof aa will pay the State and county taxss day and .Evening. -.
hearted landlords "ut homo, would ht&rd-I' and the'necessary expenses due thereon to wit NOT 29 ,ao48if 8, MIRANDA.
Massacre of TZarcy.I blood s.f be nUlDona. With what uurn at the low rate of 499 acres being six parts of a tract of land assessed I -

The itiiolltgeuctt uf the inosucre ul CnpLllarcy the ,fuithlul son, in,the teller including h's lubt I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. lo Yoes Gomez (ring on or near th; St. NOTICE. .

U uud tw command by the Cunianchus dime lo his mutber wrat\stbG, exact we took Johns River being in Township 6 South Range 27 HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors, heirs U

created, as U .i. well calculated to do much from it will suffice. .1 I TERMS.' East Section 10 of private surveys one.seventh part 18 Legatees, & others interested in the Estate uf

t hasp IA'I'this community* and viu read with I "1 do nut expect to have you long in l that aXE Con. one y ar. 91 ; Six Cents one year. 8S; j consisting of 83 acres is teturned by Philip Gomez Henry Klonne late of dt. Johns County-d<'craed.that .

t r Sound regret by the otUcers ot the regular miserable, marvcd, cursed yet unfortunate I TWENTV-FIVE Corns one year. 820 ; OKS HCJIDXCDCents Double taxed and advertised for non payment of on the expiration of six MontTis from the dale

) urniy stationed In this city who,however, are country. Come, lU the .tree laud ot America one year.. $75. taxes for year 1850 and '51. Also assessed for hereof.I will apply tp the Court of Probates for'the
smbscrtpliois mutt with Volume.
t unwilling yet to admit that the disaster is so the homo of the nave. Where Juck u u< commence the 1852 ss per"Additional List. County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final sttlemetit!
THE CASH SYSTEM
will be adhered
l complete as it is represented lo be. We cun.I I bautsh- rigidly Unless taxes and expenses paid before day of of my accounts with said Estate, and a discharge as
as his mauler-wnero tyranny u l in will the
good an no case paper be ent unl*s the money thereof. ,
t fees we see in the accounts that bave reached sale. ct' administrator
ut tUuEnglUli
Oil-where the pottiuoal government accompanies the order. -
CANOVA Sheriff ard ex-off. FRANCIS BRIDICR Adair.
R. B.
J : til inthe fort Smith ilemld, and front our bigotry cannot extend., lIce Jubu Address WM. 8. JONES, Augusta Oa., 21st 1653.
Tax Assessor mid Collector 3. c. St. Fcbruary
3 must liable tu encourage s. Ajiyjstm". .
r corre"pondent, nothing Bull will bu no longer the 'Bualus i. the I II -
I a hope thai a single man of Copt laud where freudoiri Millies with a cheerful I Tax Collector Sale. July. 3d, 1852. 1\.T ov Opcillu?-Oiangeg Lemons Ap-

Marcy't command has escaped from the uo countenance where ever> rrutu has cq oll'ivlltIell rp>Y virtue of the power Tested ia we by law I thai : .1.lu 1 Pcttioa. Prunes, Pea !uta, assorted
. expected and murderous onslaught of :he no if he behaves kinuelf." .uJ, expose for sale before the Court House In the Schr. Florida now discharging -Butler, Preserves Coofcctionay Scgars. Liqa n. &c.
.
By
e madic Cumancbe Thu well knuwu bravery As tl. read Ihb letter, he said, 'My good cay of ov. Augustine on the tat Monday of,January Lard,CmckersPork Ham,Bacon,shoulders Iarch27 BEr1.
*itd intelligence of and his 'Iiiue 1853, the following described property,or so much with a full assortment of articles u uul- -

)'. ihorotigh knowledge'or Opt.the ludiau Marcy character woman, you can words go to to the Michigan.old ludyas the thereof will pay the due State thereon.and county taxes and the y kept at the,l lowest' prices by B. E CARR. Public Meeting*.-Private'Rooms,Stti',
were pleasing oecc 8&ry expenses
t for temporary purpose, always in
t. acquired during Mv ral yenta residence on I Irt big tears suited mber eyes and she promised i 600ft acres third rate land, assessed to Francis Tooth Powder, &<% readiness ai alagnoUa Retreat- /-

the frontier, and cotwtaul intercourse with lu return for the rest ot her flock and pay all J. Avice,being the Bucaa Vjsts tract, and lying ia CteTClnnds Tooth Powder, Englirh NOT 29 BO 48tf S. MlCAVDA.Notice. .

p them, are regarded as strung presumptive e,iccnco she owed. Hundred ofsubn iiulauco* we sections 48 and 49. township south, range 37, east. Dr. .Colojme Water, French $oap. "
j ihnt ihb ot his destruction is 'but as IIi Double taxed and advertised for of assorted .
report were as uiea occurred dally, simple non payment tax- Camphor! Soap, Honey 5oap.- Perfumest
;t either greatly exaggerated or yery.t.rroneuuleeo i appeared, we returned to our sanctium tu 4lor 1847. '4849. '50, and '51. lao assessed PhiUeome,OU,Bears Oil,toilet Powder,fine Sponge lee is hereby given that six weeks after dates

.- ,pIU1ic&&larJ.loo. when it'is borne ,n mind thai make a note of iu-BJfaty .' [" AdJi ooal Lbf for 1852. Hair DT' Rose Water, A/liitary Shaving Map'Strap& Not will apply'In the Judge of Probate of St.Johns.

. ha bad two twelve pounder guns and officers I I UntesstsU5deZPen'esare paid before day olJl. Brushes, Roger's Perrumary, Jockey Cluub, County ; for Letters Administration on the Estate

I b ol etperieQce to aid him in turning thorn to Gen. Pierce, .at the present lime we believe ale. I II' &.c. Also, an assortment of Roger's & Woirten. ol Nicolas Sanches a minor late of said County df'reaRd. .

r. ,tti, 'Jwt possible account. lives in Concord WabasK Courier. B..CANOVASheriff. ndex-fficlo' bom's Catlery, Fancy note. and Path letter Prper.atretaili -

.II' The bupo of his safety, with which these I Yes. Aud Gun. gcoll and thu:whig'parly liveDiscud.Idianai I'. Tax Assessor and Collector aj.. c.June26I852" >y fi. CARR. MAURICEtSANCHE8.St. ,. ,
facts |I Roi2 Aagattint June,26th 1852. ;
will I fl1ifld. j'
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1 r .. i1.I jflniIueu' ---'NI"1f'DlrecJorr... ..-..,,. / i 1 j : For the county of Marion/on. the'first.-)i adai-r- TaxCZkIdr'tt9d4k. I- STABIUTy' SECURITY PERPETUITY." |', I ,:;F vxt WAB'D w ) ,

[ ?._,.!i.Hottl.. O&t 'George' Sireet,north <>f|[ December. iff ftt-"*' 'jj* T 3>t' .* i iI virtue of the power rested in inc' t>y law ( ., $900vUOO.; : r I.A ATTORNEYS JLUHU&f t < .

F t ie, r, fjic? Square" and one 'door north 01* the Meiho.M I i For' the'ccanties ofAlachnav and Levy I .on. .the !fcJI BY baliiipoae for sale, before the Court lion,, THE MUTUAL LIFE 1HSIIBA51CE I ." ', AT LAW AND fICITO

in the city ot du Augustine on thi first 4 Jon Jay.,of COl1tPA1IY t. IN CHANCERY.. 4' .
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4. i, 'u'..;. Oa"' Treasury. ,Lane.North: of For the county of Columbia, on_ the third. January 1853 the following described properly or OF NEW YORK-N0.35 WALLS,_ Ltgcij ... '

.. ... iLJic 'jiouare.S ia December. .0 muth'thereor a. will pay the State and county jET Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, 1849 39O ,- 7V0.ZJD.A. '. .j ,
Hvtcl. Charlotte .nd Bay Street, a few The U.S. District Court, at St Augustine onth; taxes and the necessary'expenses f d:o %.*i;'a tflj; East of the Pablie Square.tfotel. '. V < .' fir.tMondayin ApriL : ; I_ 1. real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks WM. A. FORWARD. f SIMON TOW] .
third on
t J'ltuJ r. On Charlotte Street and Treas- T& TEtVELLEZVfl GUIDE. 2699 acre rate '{and. asaeast-d to SantoaRocrigurx. of the State and City of 'New York and United i Ute of 8t Augustine, East Florida "
.being oearDun'a lake and i a
,
"'tLlfllf'1, north of the PubLic Square, annexed1 to theFlorida lying in Re, "
\ iase. lion 45,township 12 south! range 28 Nit...Doable I States Government. | PHIL
\ n. BOARDING'HOUSES. S ROUTES ,ROM ChARLESTONt taxrd and advertised for nou payment o laxes-for' This fund is rapidly increastog by1 a widely* extend AST ONION OF: DELP ft
!
t S I II 1 It. On St. ftf.doors daily at the year 1851. Alav aaseaaed for 1853 aa"per Additional 'd and prosperous business. Incorporated by be Jtetlstef ;"
Mia George Street
Fatio. J"f.6-C'hr1t' Vfi Wrtif'rorl. I>aTing The'Company'declareda''dividend ol profit PeumylvaHla"FOR "' ., ,. '
South of the Court Horse sad Pablie Squire. Steamer to Wilmington' 180 List. the offiC-1 "
3I.ilck l !:,*. ty-two per cent on all existing policies on '
THEP.ROAJOTJON
G. Piipf On Bay street, corner. of Bay and miles.-By Railroad to Weldon162mfle*-To Petersburg Ui.lrss tues"and expenses are paid befoK.day. of of January, 1848. -' OF TiJ .

I tier D'Lane.. '. .<' 63.-Tq Richmond S3.-To Acquia Creek sale*;. All llie JProflli nro divided; nmoBff dRrSOPBBSQN 6N"7.

," DOCTORS; 70._By Steamer to ,Washington 55?_..By. Railroad to- K B. C\NOVA.Sheriffana' ex o'8u-ro J ,thc ,Insured. !TIUTLD .flATIS.! :

I Doet. FJir t Bridge .Street.- '- distance 771 miles Time 60 hoors. Fare June 61852. added the .
Street 87. Total nIUlaJJ,;. or quarterly. Interest being, ,oo H my C CAW, Pr tidal. 1-
t>telJ6lin'E.: ,Peek. Office on St. George WIUUX D.
it' $20.The Tax Collectors* Sale. I deferred payments r.nl'ft."EDW'.A.b P. .
fcwvdoott rth of the Court House '
a
4 "Southerner" (Steamship l leaves Charleston Tr.
) this
Thrcash principle :adopted by Company se- wmiE.
Ip'virtne: of-'thepowe- 'vested'Inline law H..B1lUU.1hlOr4iw
byv
.1.DRUGGIST.. after the 27th T- JfcTThro J .&gggg '
I of Aprikotteck
tenth
day to/the for whose benefit the insurances
v' P'l C"Zjtttr*. Chemist and Draggest. CharlotuStreet. every in 60 hours.:Fare (i"U t*-Ro m)'$25. the 1p city hail of expose St. Augustine tor sale! before, on'the the fifttf Court Monday'.'0.10 ofanuary,1853 are Lures effected,parties.t the whole o(; the advantages, without Gzo&Gz W Dsw r. JarrespOlIdiiag& a.l.. .
t }j 'j \ 1 JVsui Ckerletton t. Piifaif. Xta. The Osprey 00
J thefoliowng described subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated MANAGERS.D'
:1 ,
other at 4 o'clock property :
leaves Charleston every Saturday,
MLAWYKR8 mack thereof will the State premium notes. ; f
to and
I in 60 hours. Fare pay county* lives JoLo Charles T James
$20. .
.K/through Persons effect insurance on their own PPM. W
I E, S. frul'* Coaaaellor at'Lw.-oflBee on Arillrrj'LaheJ From'Ckarleitotfto Na-Orlet.. Leaving daily taxea and necessary expenses due thoreon. and the lives may of others. A married woman can in* Charles M.cak erE.; H*Butler, Henrr S.? '-
One Town Lot in the of St, *
1 tJ. '- l' : o'clock K. '9. C. Railroad 136 city Augasttne ow son,M.D.,Charles G.telaad William
Augusta
at 10 A. By to cure the life1 of faer husband,the benefits which are DFdward .-.'
Al i fulnamAttornejt.nnd1 Coun nor. miles.-By Georgii Railroad U 'Atlanta J71c-By l lot net_ of unkuown, situated. on.Marine street adjoining secured)IJa wf t lie r exclusive use of herself or chilwsw j .Joseph D tewart,31. u.Edwin R.

_% c iliuw, office, Jico4ata street.A '. =* Macon and western Railroad *t6'vOriffiB.,494 By/ JW..,Swioney. andjeading Fliom dirertIT ; >. '.. ..p. Mitchell,John S.JHart A "I
"- George & f i'sd'lMtoflle a Counsellor*tp Railroad to l south tcoti( Francis P. ttenaheirreturnerbj 'f lama '
claxhorn:
35By
'" Stage to Opolaka Montgomery I :'
PeterBenet.' Double taxed ,and .dvtrtlaedfornon. Clergymen and all oth/rs dependent .upon sala-
( aw-gjxtheCoutt i, Houser 65-By Steamer to Mobile 331.To New-Orleans p paymenr of taxes for years 1R49 tW-anl'61. Also i nes are specially invited ro avail themselves. a resource .Every member* for be Year 9ftci
1 166. Total distance 1,006 mlle Time 123 hours. assessed for 1852 I their familes secured Will receive,for each Subscription of Fm D
PUBLlC.FPICES.Pott If JM'r".ddilonalliat.! whereby surviving may t&
I Fare 039,60. L'olrw taxes of rom'the evils of a priatoC
Post Master Court an expenses are paid pennjy.
G. E. Uambias 't'HUNTINGTON'S
,
OJfici
41 .
< : Frost Ctarlettott to Ntte-Orieoni.vh Savannah, e ati, _Pamphlets explanatory of principles of Mutual -CHRISTIANA AND .

j :su 'rorIG"ur.r. Office* B. A. Putnam Suri daily at 9 .. x. By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles.' ft B. CAN VA, shtfriffBndwoff. : Life Insurance,and illustrating Hf advantages, with CHILDREN '

I 1 General on HospitalStreeicorner of..ArtilleryI -By Central Railroad Macon and Western Its U- _._..Tux AHsfssornnd Collector. s.J:C \f. forms:of application,may be obtained at the office Oft Engraved iy JOSEPH ANDREW

( and Hospital, Street: i I' ; 11I road to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- Company,35 Wall st., or of any of -its agents. AND'THE COMPANION ,
ant Tax C'OlIeeiors "
fenle
.
Railroad Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile
I of Public By TRUSTEES A print of Hunting to1 ".
.r."d O.clcI.-A. T. Noda, Register 331.-To New-Orleans 166.Tutal distance 1,033 By> vhtne of the power vested in me by law I Joe ,B Collins, David C Colden, .. ."MERCY'D1l7U1l.:' ,
A. H.
office
House.Tho .
in Court aVaeey
Land the
f i *- RJTcJIIE Nn
\ in.Court miles. Time 77 h ura. Fare $39. 50. shall expose for sale before.the Pourt House Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, \ r"
office I
; 11'
r ${ Tl XfttteU. Receiver, 'TABLE.Distances. in thechy of St. th* first Ottcboiceoanytwooft1enlowing
,, I .. JJlSCBLLANEOUa Augustine on Monday of R H McCun'y, Wm Belts Four Splendid I -
t Jaouse..1 t .
Jan! EngravlanL
Fare 1853 the following described
Tune. t.
or so Ered
property Blunt.
Winston Joseph
Judge oProlate.. Q. Humphrey's Judge,) office yiz r '
] ( 20 h. much thereof as will the State and 'c ,
To Athens, CaT, 221 ra. 87.95 pay County tax-. CWFaber, 'Isaac Pearson, .I.-J.b "
in the lions trrU.W1TaIluY .
\, I Court "Cbaltlnoog.Irtb1r., 445' 13,12 31 es and the necessary expenses due thereon. John P lIe Wells Kjort QV! .'
Yelverton
Peter B. \jDMtnCl. Clerk Circuit ;Court, offic i In'' ry Stow,J .MteJ h Lenttt, f..i1w4"
: .the Court House. : "Columba.S.: C., 130 4.00 9 50O"acYes rate land,sJuesscd to the heirt of r 1)t '.Sedgwick, Wm Moore, .-RUTIIUD&.A.IP.iaUd" _i

b, Rafael S. Canovt. Sheriff and Tax--Col eio";or-- "Camdeo, S. C., 142 4.00 9 'Sebastian Erpinora, above the head of North River, Stacy B Collins Zebeder Cook &Rath.rw4r4b : ,, ,

f fjce' in the Court Houae. i.) "Hamburg, S. C., 136 4/1Q 8, ,.lying partly in section 42, township 3, S. R., John H swift Jona Miller, 3Ifun'a DunU'aiid n.'i"6tM b_: i
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t Collector''!' / Cutiomtf Jtifc>r H&nboomePIters "Memphis Tt' n., 740 28,00 range 29 east,and section 39. township 4 south.range John Wadsworth David A Comato k, will Bi JH. '::

I U teU .,;) Passengers for .either ,of ,the above places leave 29 eut; Double taxed and advertised for non pay S M Cornell. Robert Shnyler, CiojsTLuu AHD all Cattowa. ,.". :IJ
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t Inspector .f Ctuiofnl. Ore Howard, office iaHcwafd I Charleston, daily, by s. C. Railroad at 10o'elock ment of taxes for 1850and 1851.. Also assessed. for GOUT M Wilkina James Chambers liagt.n..EiIv.HlJr AaJr. t
; LX. *' J 186lu.sx-ruadditlon.llist. John' V L Joseph Tnckerman '
Buildincf, Market squie.t I Pray Andacopyofihie .
I Unleta taxes and are paid before ot Fred Whittleeey, Moses U GrinDeD
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I 1. H. Eronttt. Judge U. S. Court Northern expenses day Philadelphia Art
: STATE OF FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT sale. < Charles Ely Wm J Bunker Uuioa. BepcsJ
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; i District Florida, office in the,Coot Houe.a .
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!: ;i : RFairltnkt.\ .' Clerk U. S.: .Court,.'office in'I EASTERN CIRCUIUT. ST. JOI1N8' R. B TANOVA, Shl'rltrand ex-off. John C Cruger Eugene Dutilb, 0 action monthly*of pamphlet the Institution,containing, and a infcmnatioa report of the :"

the Coqrt House. COUNTY. : Tax Assessor and Collector, s. j. c. Walter Joy Francis B Lathrop ; : I object of the Fine OQ i J

:, : Deputy 3Iaral, ,Giore .1. Zchabaur, .office in I Penelope M. R. S.u 1otr. CouipC'jj: Cnvi'' June 26, 1852. Alfred Pell, J 0 lbs teher. THRO UGHOUT THE WHOLE Arts, 't .

... the Court House. : 1.. I ) JOSEPH COLLINS, President., .. J WORl ..
\ Bill for D'"onf' : Tax Collector' 8 k. ABBITT -00- : .. ,
JUSTICES OF TilE PEACEr, Morton CornUh tear. Deft. ISAAC Secretary. The Art Union '
Gad. :lJobphr ..-office in the Court Housev appearing to the satisfaction of the Court BY virtue of the power vetted 'in me by law I I I JOSCTH BLCXT, Counsellor. its Cartfucatet of Philadelphia awards _' 1-"

Ceo. L::\ Phillip, Notary Public-office on Bay it by affid nit filed in. this case, that Morton Cornish expose for sale before tin-Court House in G. R. FAIBBUKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla.q works own of Art 'With which original An i i

Street, a 11(tie North1 the Market. .and nut door sjumnerihe Defendant above named, resides beyond the city of St. Augustine on the -fitst Monday in 16th States, at'the may purchased many part of w 'j'

4 ',: to the Post bffice. : the Limits'of the State of Florida, M, that the Ocober, I 1852 the following described property,,or option'and selection, of thepesomayobtaineprizeat4he '

r! ,CITY ..OFFICERS.Lvreact . ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. so much thereof as will pay the State and county 1i' mU 9 : Annual _

-l .'JJ'Dr-Gcad Ht mp4re;,. Therefore, on Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq. ta xes and the neeenary expenses due thereon. ST. AUGUSTINE E. F. Which taker Dfelrfbntlon .
Andrev.PiiulArnau 1 'I I II Solicitor for the Complainant it is ordered that place on the Ereniagtiubf
.\ : notice 150 acres third rate land assessed to C andTJ. .
\ Aldermen. of the pendency of this suit be given td* the said Clarke being the one half of one tract, the* whole; TIllS ESTABLISHMENT baying day, ill leery Year.

I I B.- e !'Medici f Defendant Morton Cornish Sumner by publication tract was orginatly granted to C. and G. Clarke,, j undergone Thorough Repairs this TilE. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OP TfTl
*Ij;. J. Quineey. J in "The Ancient City" a Public Newspaper. publUh- the other half is returned by Mr. Jacob !Mickler south ; is for ART UNION '.

Clerk of ike City Council. Charles Haager. office ed in the City of St. Augustine, in the County and of and bounding on Moses creek being in section present season now ready I When so requestel,select works of Art,without e'aw-

I .. at the Council room. Circuit aforesaid, for the space of three months requiring 46, township 8 IOU Ih.range 30 east. Double taxed I I reception ot Company.' FAMILIES AND or compensation, ('ram their "

I .' City Narial and Clerk of. fa Market, F. P. him the said Defendant to appear and answei and advertised for non payment of lazes for TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spaclou I I FREE GALLIltYjio CHESNUT( STRv'or -. _

I Feinrira. the said Bill or the same and the matter and things 1849. 50. and '51. ALo assessed fur le'52, 'as year Apartments. those persons in the country who may fire

I PORT WARDENS. therein alleged will be. taken as Confessed. additional list. pvi Rooms, Airy Clean, And Neal mote froui Uallerie.or public exhibition*of IM.l.

A C. ZylttratCh I. '. this dee at the next June Term of Said Court, to AJ. *
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: I CTIONEERl be holden in'and for At: Jthns County aforesaid, at 150 aens land,being one holf of a 300 acre tnct Nothing Wanting. of .m-uilxrrjhip, $5 nhl l be jas ,

...: ;., ;!. Jr.t ri i. P;Feaeka ettcT J*. AwjSlriaclia.MERCHANTS. the Court Hoosc, ia the Mid; City of et. AugtMtine. originally'granted to C- and G. Clarke.the other. 150 The House is well known'as being re-ently aarly ad practicable, f I. Given under my hand at Chambers, ibis 4th day acresM: returned /. llier.ali: of-which is oinatedoh Built, .Exbrcasly with /a view to the ncconioJ early number. of the "jSgUrter," whic will bel
I of February, A. D. I852TUOMAaDOUGLAS, llantnhzaa alien ul Licmids and other* being entirely
I' river; being section 37. towntliip I 9 warded upon the receipt of the to -
: Burlinpame & I Howk' -Corner. of St. George Judge. &c.. south, range 30 east Double taxed and advertised, built of \WooiF with Rooms connecting, Fold ot* the cnnntty. money aay

; and Treasury Lane. A true copy from the original order. I for HOB payment of taxes for years 1849.'50Qnc<'6l.' ing Doors, .c., \vhith renders It Free from The Honorary Secrr' ries will give
receipt i
Lbrroaght E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail dealer I P. B. DUMAS, Clerk, c. c. ST. Jonas co. Ato assessed for 1K52,as per additional.! Dal lpnt.css. FirepluecsBlinds to \Vindc ws subscriptions fCllliunDt"e' may be mnJe to

of fir.'t quality Groceries of al! kinds LiI t Fe".2 lb. 1852 I I Unless taxes and ? OH PiuevM Promrnudtj '!'wn GEOUUP.
Family expenses arc paid before day of tbruuplit.ojKiiifi paWEY, :
_.___ ..,_ 'T_ ft roo. _. .! ... ..___. "-.L Hundred Protection
q IWU' 1.J 1V.' .all iliac vuorumc oucci. norm Tax Collector' bale. t s .t Ct t. from Ruiny, CoKl E Vofrespanding tiecrelitrft?,
I. uf.tlie Publiesquare. If: B. C NOVA S ritr IIn(1! \Viuds&c. ( ,dta irable 210 : :
from- Gs-snur
officio funning. SIred
I v' > Y virtue of the power vested in me l>y law II 1 ex ,- a < DBTKBAS ,.__ .. Philadi-hihfa.. ;
I( Ucvsgi Burt. dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry JO) shall for ale before the Court House Tax A sct orl.nd Collector J.c. confinement at" all- Cnsons of the yenr.- i
: I goods. West side of Charlotte, few doors expose June2G,185. ; TO 1'OSTMASTEW.POSTdFI'I4'TiUtPS.. .t
street a The House i situated facing South in central
j \ i in the city of :!. ugietiue on the first lundy of .
L i South- >Treasury Lane.
position. and retired from other Dwellings '1.
October the described
Seth M. Wakeman, Wholesale and Retail dealer next following property or go An Ordinance In explain certain 'arl$ nf an Ordinance -
much then of aa will pay the {State and county taxes. j The House contains 45 Rooms with additional T IU; tmhrirned.Pu.'tiisassrat s l'1f.MIU u.-
t ; of Dry CbnJsand Groceries. Grocery store on the I prohibiting Ilorsrs and Cattle from going AUt''h 0. Marylaud, the first
Noom -ny was IIf
and the necessary-expenses ,due thereon to wit: .1 PnrJour?, Dining, Setting .and conveniences prsuai
I. j Ground tloor of the City .Hotel-Dry Goods Store,I 408 acres being six parts of a tract of land aasessed (!; at large within the City '/ SL AlIgus Ilt. in general For AccommoJationaaa.- 'the U. S'who conceived,and undertook! eitfptoblwhrtlur "

:. : Charlotte 1 street, Howard's Building. to Ynes Gomez, lying on or near th: St. Be it Ordained by the Mifi//r-and: Aitl'mm* ojJ not be surpassed. ,idea yf supplying all puel t. offices triai '
\ Mint S. fir N. Pinkkatiff Dealers in Fancy Johns River in 6 South the That ilrf 0din'anceprohibiting cheap* sfattps.. All stamps made by hun are *
Goods;&c. the Planters Hotel East I bring Township Range 27, City! ot L Augcsline, The well earned Rfpafatioathis! ml1 X'xijirffeU
opposite on East tiectbn 10 of private ov'nW'atri horses and cattle froiti g'oingat large equal or superior to any oihtr that eta .-
tide of Charlotte street! surveys has from Year {o Year acquired: it will be tti .
Pedro Sinnt. Dealerirfttroferies! P a1 SCc.' coosis ng.o(83:acres ia teturried by Philip Gomes' within the city of,St.. Augustine, be so construed, as Proprietrct ,Mrs. DAVIS aim tp stDstain, and I procured at' the same price, and whenever any IlL '
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Double taxed and advertised for non payment' ol r. t subject eurb hordes and Cattle on! withinhere- fimthe liberal heretofore she sent out ia any way defective ortnsatisactory.iWrfpllcates "
corner of Cuaa and Patronage
returns
tiu George street. ,
taxes for years, 1850 and 61. Also &esea d for: a'fTer'described' boundary to a fine, that are fmfmf'at shall be forwarded, on notice, ntiu o%: f
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Qrincy. Watch maker'nd Jeweler, on 1P52 as pr"Additional List. l large within the City. viz: Within the City Gnlea ber'lbantts; I charge All who order set of stamps wiTs caaIr,$,!.
George, srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr, Peck. : The Table will be supplied with choice FOR DATES, at Two Dollsronly thirty -
Unices taxes and expenses are paid before- day ofsale. r South and the lot of the U.S St. Francis Barraeks -( piscet <
Thot. !
- Ntkj Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, North, and within any part of the liver on the Eastside Game Oysters Turtle_ Fish, Ducks Venison I, i sliall be kept in stamps adlibituin. : -.

I lints and of Dry Charlotte Goods east side of Charlotte street, R. B. CANOVA Sheriff at d ex-off. to any part of'the Western shore of Maria Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time Address "Post.)Ituatef. rl casut Grove,Afle1iani ;.
corner street and Treasury.I ane. Rivers and Forests abound.. Two Co. ild. _
Lawrence Tax Assessor and Cullcclur -. c Sanchez Creek of said City. our or : .
Andrew Tailor Charlotte street
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I n lIr the Fort. : July 3.1, '; 52. I t. Passed in Council May 17, ft52.JM4.NUELJ..Ds.. more Hunters; sporting exclusively for this I FROM JACKSONViLLE." '.'J '

I :Jokn "Utinti. Boot maker :. MEDI6ES, House. .4I
Charlotte -
tie' City Hotel. street near TO LAKGI2 PLANTJBUSi Mayor Pro TdllAttest Horse!, Carriages, Ponietf Guns, Fhbing ; For Enterprise ami MellonviU I ",

Tackles Boats for Excursion&c. .
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j' 1 1 Mkhael Nelligan-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte Valuable Tracts of'Lnrid for Sae.r I LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS.. "/
: trertb low Tetrperance Hall. 'HAS. iJ -Gu.: Clerk of the Council. Very, Respectfully,

,I I 'John Ntinae,. Black Smith and Gun Smith, Bear, 1' HE subscriber as Agent ot the several owners -S PROPRIETRESS. THE Steamer SARAH SPALDING bav ( 1
t j *V A'orth Gate of the City. ; offers for sale some of the mosi valuable. lands ordinance 10 amend an Or- t newly fitted up,will resume her itgi abr

7 t t. ". in East Florida, to wit: Au :\ Hones for th*above ,,the 14&inst. .
It. J proliibitiu? Rod IT B.-It 1* the wish of bo Pro trips places oo Wedarsday, :
owlin"'l '1l ,. Liquore and: Refrethmentt, by 800 acres valuable hammock land, West oftFlemIngton Cattle from' oiii&at largeviiliiu prletrcss .that tbe crraut attached .,' toncl lug at all the injenaediate f iandiapslJwill .
-\ Bridier.'Ci' Hotel* known as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co'.',' .tn: City. of' at. AuciiBtiiio. I to fhc'lTome ulionld-bo civil- allen continue punctually to leave every
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1100 VNU
i Philip GOfl lS. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments. the acres near the Alachua 'Savanna, known as I Be ordained by the Mayor' and Aldermen 'of tlve, aud obliging R10nirc at o'clock, connecting with '

dec. Charlotte strict; oppwite Oridicr's Bowling 1400 Carey Grant. I ihe Lily of. St. AugUlti, Thn't i it shall 1 1 aha 'Il'- .' Mail M amera to and .from ,avannsb. For&riVengagewems \0'
, Alley. 'i acres in San! Felasco I'ammock near New- be lawful for the CARMICHAEL AND OSGQOD'SDH board or *
I nansville. known City Martha to report to the or passage, apply,on s <
------ I as the Lawton Lands. I Mayor, the owner of. keeper dC any hone ins re, DGIIfG m&CHVIE. FERNANDEZ, BISUEE & Co.,&fso. / _
Several
I3TAE OFFICE. dondo thousand acres good and, in. the Arre- gelding, colt tit male, arid1 alto any1 cowv heifer, TilE dnderssigned have been appointed agents Jan. |0. 1854. f'

ojct fffl\t Pittteie JltJilS", Bridier'a City Grant. bull, ox or calf found J1lD mg' at' large within the owners of his invention,and would recom- ---- ',
'Utet. 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St._ Aurgustiue the City'of St. Augustine contrary to the mend it to Contraotors-Com. or Individuals- t '
I ; provisions ADAMS & ()OS':
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known the
as Bulow Plantation 800
I '.h / having of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horses add Who .r attoaf doing work ct the rol1owloi'dncrip- .jj
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: h' .CHURCHES., acres of open land suitable, for cane and cotton. Cattle from going at large ;within the 'city of St., j ltioti,viitPr ,,"

U I JTomeit CAalic. Ckurck. North aide Monumen And several other bodies' of hammock land. 'on Angus ot.- __.__.naiv___..-. drains uuu_.ffe_ of_, fiwamrui._.,.__n _. _Marshes________. and u "UgarPlatotadons. -6"- ., ,:.t;.3i

' I juore. J.Epitcopal I. navigable waters. Pasted in Council February 7th, 1852. > .' .
I I Ckirck. South aide Monument square.PretbyteriM I I The titles are undoubted and. terms low-Apply E. J. de MEDICEd, Mayor Ep Tem; Bbilding Levees around Plantation Towns, \
to : GEO FAIRBANKS
I -: ,. jCkttrck. On St. George street, U. Attest, Opening Channel way and removing' Barsstth*
p po Mouth of therquare. : I I Feb 28. J85D" tftl Angustuv.FiotJda.Schr. clIAs.u.uaEa.o.c.. mouth f Rivers and Harbors., .,
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I ,. t, :'MethedutEfifcefolCkwtK. Si. George Street Florida : I Making Canals through riwamps,marshy or sandy : ti EY.Q.IC..1 .
discharging
y now Duller
r near the Magnolia Hons. I II Rllllard ,- UD
j I I JC* lArd CrnckersPorkUami'i' BAConl8houlders.witb Table, and Ten lP n Alley. ground. ,. ,
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I I. 1 -4 J i the Magnolia Retreat Deepening water around Wharves and Piers !
open throughout :
the ovORLEANS
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: 'assortment -
a of articles usual A *
0 TRRM8 OF COURT EASTEBJC channel 1 Lakes and iY-
E CIRCUIT day and .Evening. I Keeping upen way through EX PRE tJ S.
; I I FLORIDA. ,i y kept 01 the loWest prices by B. E CMCR.1'roth' ,. NOT 29. no48tf. S.MIRANDA., vera; removing Rafts, or sunken' Logs,.tearing up srrncss Si
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afiRe TMJt. I I. Powder &c. I Roots of Trees etc .

., forthe Ct/anties of Orange and St Lu le, a't Mel- TTXr; Clevelniidln otb:, Powder Englirh, KOTfCE 1 Tope-sons this machin desirous of be improving waste Lai Jsbv i6. 18 & 19 Wall st.' New.Vork.: '

1& I ; OD\111t,00 the first Tuesday in April, and on the JLr Toc.tbbruahtl..Colou WaJer.French 'Heap. IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors, Heirs, drainage can bereeommeddinfastbe I !.11'Wain st., Ilartfor4 Ct. -
; IHI <:Tuesday before the first Monday in Novemir. Camphor! Sosji, Honey Soap., aseorted-Per&mest Legatees, & others interested in the Estate ofi only one adapted to:all the por bce'ntcessary*' Stale fctk,. k4z fR
NewLlave.sCt.
'I ,. irVach and every ar. : Philieome Oil. Bears Oil, toilet Powder,fine 8RoO .. Henry KJonne late of.dtv Johns County deceased, I, To ttiose who are bulldlugor'rep inng Canals, or lUiltimorest. -
f :J I nrthe coofcty ofPatnam,.at Pilatka,second Tues- Hair Dye, A'ose Water, Jl/liitary Sharing Soap; that on the expiration of six Months from the date drains it, will be found of immense value, as it.will| !I: BAltimorp' "." : .
I' the Casalandat PeolJ'fyltaol.aAv.ValhingtoR. >
I. .. t \:iaApriLVor Straps Brushes, Roger's Perrunrary Jockey Clabb, hereof r will apply to the Court of Probates for the deepen the same time form an em- ." !
I of ) assortment County of St. Johns,aforesaid, for final settlement bankmen or lew- 1 Fourteenth aL, Richmond Va. "'
the county Marion,at Ocala, fourth Monday &c. Also an of Roger's & Worten. a 1
I ofAwi1 bom's Cutel7oc, note and Path letter 'Pf per. of ray accounts with said Estate, and a discharge 'I This machine is. used with either Horse or steam, i 84 Washington st., Bosun* ',

: I. tor.ihe: ntIesofAIsch' and Levy, at New-' at retail by B E CARR. administrator thereof. j power which can be Increased to any exte-t. 'l'i Camp st.* ,New Orleans 'i" '
I r..sTille, first Monday in May. Not 29 FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. They are now ia successful operation in all parts of I :; :

I I ; t or the Cou', of Colombia, at Alligator. on the I Ii JI S St. Augustine February 21st 1853; |:he county,and may be seen at Charleston,South Car- Notice.iabeftbY&ien to all pen ins havinf :'-'

I t I I'. eco id Monday of( 1laJ.- i I T I >Y virtue ot the power vested in"me by law,I( olinia;. Nay Yard, Pensocola; and on the. Canal between of Susan; F. PerpaB ;

I :2 I For the count/of Nassau,, at Nassau C. H,on. the I JLf, shall expose for sale be ore the Court HOUM, NOW Opening-Oranges, Lemons' 4Ap- : Galveston and San Louis.,. 'ceaaedtO prtsent the, same within time preeci. 1i' -

Wednesday befcre the fourth Monday 51.,. { door at Mellontille on the fir t Monday of Angatt Pc.taLOf', Pnmet, Pea uta assorted By application to J,S. SECOR. Esq., our Ag nat by law. ,or and claim will forrrer be barreL :

I t : t For the county of Dura], at Jacksonville, on the next the following described tracts of land or so Preserves Confectiooay, Began. Liquors. &c. Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida a V.SANCHEZ. AmblstX' !- -
ourth Monday f f : March27 a E. CARR.Pablie drawing of the machine can be seen, with Information Apr113d1852. S
I May, | much thereof as w n pay the taxes. due thereon the, ,.
., For the County of St. J ha's,, at St. 'Angnstine. ,, State of Florida and County of Orange for the year Sleeting*.-Private- Roomsfitting ss to the 12th cost,etc, Caadl 011. acc-Tallow Ctndles.!- Ji : '- .

on the second. Bit aday ia lu 0 *' 4l85i.toi. ,; 4 : for temporary purposes, 'always in July 1851 ; Sperm; Brown Soap LlaseedCO*'
f TALL Tn. of Land ia Twnbnll GILBERT SECOR.New'York Adamantine,Candles lo *"
I 75O acres swamp, belong! readiness at the Magnolia Retreat. ,Starch. White Lead t
I For the counties Orange and St Lucie, Tuesday _ing or supposed belong to Wm G Foot returned Nor 29 oo48tf S. MIRANDA. ) Noticed asaorteC Paints;at rauUby. ;
before the firtMbndayofNovember. A Putnam.. March21 E.CAU'Notice.
Benjamin B.
t For the Putnam, by I gls. weckaafterdttel will apply to thejadoe .
county at Pilatka the I .
; second I -
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_, Tul" before the first Monday of NoTeiQberTi 1 i Al o, 350 acres belonging or supposed to belong iy of Probate of Pntnam County for letters(,d- ,- ,
I' Chariot T Gobert, returned by William A -FW- Notice hereby given that abc wt'ebarter date, ministra lion on the Esta _oLFe e'T.hiotD .' .;
I'o,the John's late
the
I county vofSt on first Moaoay j ward to the Jndgt Probate of St. Johns of Putnam County,dee Rd. I flJotlce i. hereby given ihalsixweeks aft f*?" -

;,November. I t *" County ; for Letters Administration on the Estate I Iol F .1' I-will apply to ihelloo. jf Probat rf j|
I ? Judge
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For the county of Nassau Thursday before the | ; Also. 9W acres belonging or .supposed to belong Nicolas tiancbea a minor late of id.Counl.de- Martin, returned B' Putnam I 1
, I >- i, ptata Saocbe a minor,late of.&
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For the county of Dural, oa the third-Msudayd.November f(V: J SIMPSON iSheruT and Tax Collectpr, o.c MAURICE bANCUES. 'AX'COLLECToIOUBjs DEEDSj:- ty deceased. >f-. > .

I I; Jaa 31st. 185% L. St. Augustine June,26th 1852. I I SaeatthisOfflc! '. u.., '.St." Augustine< BARTOLO. POSCE.,

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