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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 21, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00099

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a a tt w=t .t.,. .a .; that wa k ,4IWIC' '. fO"a. .tr..1 but Betty > ,of the barouche, every body- knnw'd Dr.Newmani__ _. one of the mosf learned!rdivincaiJ ..
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tti Apt AJCZ.AftvcarfssioBTS A widow a daageroos thing, ihe.tQfli&.fast: aba kicked-4ilm'flt. Out settees and It was necessary to hurry the cerenony snw, with amazement;the tyrannical monarchy
TWO>> MUUUtS I'D AMCH,
AT will U inserted as ,Ojn With soft, black.shiaiag carls. shawlie was perfectly ,used to that the: was a. quick as possible fo' fear of being of England, a few years ago abolishing
rr >> looketh rAnd too much of a fllosofer to be discouraged by interrupt by' the row that was evidently slavery in the West Indies,at great sacnfice

DoLLU per sqasre of 19 Uacs jor ender, for the lint nore:bewiicbingTbsa : such a rebuff", when the game! was worth, pur- bruin.. when none but old maids and male FOces,for
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aaeroos, sad Stvurrr-Fivg Cms for -rsch sabse a boat iomplng t gab. suin. f 'Be quick, Squire.' ses Doolittle handin out one moment gave her credit for doing it out :

Y ,ieeBt liuntloB. Adcdaetioo will be made lor notices her ach,1I sodelidoas.- He didnU Jose a minute's lime, but Just he license,and .hnk' $ like he had sger'for of any love for liberty. Every man of argument '

I fosertedfor.dzwenths. .So knowiag cl&r, beside, 'eshed op'and went right af her again Every Mix Darling is very'much agitated' I know at once that in that act she was

CT. AlLadvertiMraeats, most be paId for 'before Y w'd never. dresni her dd I kin 6 body was perfectly surprised to pee him The squire hardly wailed tel wipe his upec.arle I but laying a train to bear at the proper lime

Soon to become; bride. going back 10 bid Darlings after the way be and didn't take time to enjoy himself against the. peace of her great rival, the United
iaertlon,useless" a regular costonier. Byrrferring had : been treated ,by Betw;but they were..a readin the ceremony slow .and potting the $tates. She has P)r years qua relied with the

to oar terms the requisite stun ,may be steer* Her dress,though hude) of. mbles, great deal, more VoDJ&hed, and Ibo boys was demi emiquavers in his voice.like be alwaysdid. police laws of the Southern Slate* which exclude : k ;

tfb-4saa tnasaUtted with! the adrertistpeat.BT ;Gives rouDch etI|!Ito her form"A' # terribly alarmed fn about a mouth, al tbe The voices were jetting louder out of I black suitor! from intercourse with

AdrertlMmeBts not wtrked with the umber bend wny be seemed to be making in hb'sult. doors and somebody was trying to get in. their slaves, and is at the present tnneendeavoring
of
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t: of.iawrtioos required Kill. be coatioaed uatU ,. '\ eomediaif, tboaghtfal' All at once Hiss.fk-tty'a cpmluct seemed to be COb, "1-<y.leanin' on llr. Doolittle for to press South Carolina to the wall in
. and fer. ;A TritcHnf, wlDDiDl.blrm; changed towards him and though her father support. .the Federal Court hoping that the unpopulara a

forbid, chsrged :And when she sits down I by you I and mother,was terribly opposed to tbe match, 'Go on,' lei Doolittli*, pressing her to his ity of that brave little State will aid her in her +
Notice to Debtors tad Creditor, : t7 00) i With qaiet and clangrace-t any body could ld see lliat ,she'\was beginning to side bit eyes on'the Squire and .his face ns nefarious designs-while all othernations

AppiictUoa f*Letters pf AdatialstntioB' 5 00 Ajtearmay ay fall DD hddro! ., like tau schoo masser very well. white as a sheet. : only submit to, but expressly sanction those

, BT All religions notice will. be inserted' .grstBitouslr. -, : Or a .:smOelight her.face. Tnings. went on in this'way for a while, Open the door Rogers sez a hoarse.voice laws as in neC'urdancellh' public law.
"." :, \ i till blunt>> by old Mr. Darlibg began Jo gitao outside. The world SAW last summer, if not with }
: Uneasy about it that he told Ur. Doolittie one But the till he amazement, with
V All bill for Job. Printing, mat be psid"on Her voice ia toft-taelodicu*- Squire didn't hear nothing yet disgust, English gentlemen
And lote-Uke ia |ill tone + da mat muin'tlcotneto.his bouso.no more, pronounced the last words of the ceremony and ladies who move in the hUhest circles
tie deliTerr of the work. ; and thai if he ketched hfm( .sending any more and Ebenezer Doolittle and'Elizabeth Darling of that country, watching their opportuni

D All letters *.. '-Iaell.ud commanlctUont, She sometimea-slcb1,"111 dreadful love leilcrs and kiss versen to his da'rter by were. pronounced man and wife. Iy, when the Cbry.tQI! Palace was'.vo.i throng

aunt 1W 'OI't rid to move fttteauoa. To pass through'jifc alone. his nigger 'gals,',he'd make one of the boys Jest then she diver opened: In rushed oldMr. ed with Americana, and then leading, arm in

And then' .'It a.eIlYOD yon remind! her pIve him a altired cOwHidin with a hickery Darling, and Bill and Sam Darling, fol. arm through the crowd of all nations, a uegro

.;: -- Of J e lovd one dead and gone,' stick from his peach tree. luwed by a whole lot of fellers. man and wutnin, the one a thief and.the other ,

N'.0r4tsMtsice in addition to anOrdlsMMsce Your step,your form. your feature*- But Mr. Doolmle didn't care for that neither. The bride screamed and fell into the arms '. a prull'ilule-sl that escaped Irum this city
relatleiB to the He cou.d: see Miss Betty' when site came a nf the triumphant Doolittln. but six months 1Jc"Uh'-'tlld that with the
PO-I Thus the widow Will ran on.
Ike ..f fffu
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!r ; I snoppiup, in stores in town, and that's more'none 'Take hold of her!' ses old Darling flourishing : :unction und in the presence of some of the
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/; tf .ri i.eS If tin Meyer ..4 lt "M. t.f Ob! lilltD.lf' (;be refs,I; wuyjo ,vet letter lo her What did hecnro his cane over his bead. Take bold of the Queen's.highest officers !- hen at that very R

tit '.ittnj & Afiine Thst if any person or : ,' for oM ailing! fits darter was.lied and huzzytand/* time, those very aristocrats would have scorned .
le*shall commit or cause to be committed or For well lbeiplaJ.I.h..r! prt- hail love with dim
alihoutfli.vhc
1 in was op offV said Dooliltlc, throwing himself tousaucirtttwnb white Americans. All this .

Mid o 1o be. ftiden conceincd grove!comiuiuinj or pUnution within, lrerj the M upon city Her lip' distil the nectar posed by her parents. And as for the properly in ,a leal stare attitude, and supporting, his is part and parcel of the answer to the question (-

any of dt AtttuKbe or upon say (cast trees,r4irubbery That: doth ,enslave' the heart.r he was certain of that. when once be fainting brido on his arm. 'ritnnd' off old man. -why Will Dr. Newman subjected to the :

|4tBtB,visa or vegetables growiBg say such lot, Be (carded,or he'il 1 win you, .I' tiuirried the Kul.| She is mv lawful wife,and 1 claim the pro degradation of trial by a negro; and here is

e pudea, gave or pUatstkn or shall be concerned inctmring With >igh*..and smOeand. .Ian;. Ono tiatunlay when tl.rrc. was no school, tection ot the law the balance of the aiuwcr. England knowing .

deotroytug x sway any fruit,vegetable or .F faith, fhe'll wear tbe breecbta too. Mr. Uooliiilo went to old Squire Roger and Knock him ,down' take hold of him srz the power of religiou IRnaticism,aod perceiv :

snug ot vitae growing tbrrrio such pehnm or perif .:- And box" silly can tUd! him he must be teddy- to uteri- a courle. half a dozen, and Bill Darling grabbed the mg that. religious_, abolitionism. is cheiHv. con- t<
yonr n
11m. ( free) sliall.oa cooTicUod, for each ofTrpwr- ... that night, ut exactly ftlIclccl'k.: bridegroom by the neck, while Squire Rogers nnoa in mat country and in this, to the Protestant

be subject; to a fine of not exeeediog ten dollinnce, To a 'ollue. 'Mum/ ay8. ha, )'OU ItlUlm't sit y a woid to jumped upoii the table and hollowed out, population, she is continuing to direct

the COM pnweruikKi; and ;fae.l.n,he or sue and .- r nobody :'quite. Ttie litcrnsc is ull ready and '1 command the peace,! command iho peace into the same channel, the Pro estanl fanati

Ix liable to whipping not exceeding tea stripes..baUt the party blunt KI be very privutf. in the name of the State af Georgia cism against! Catholics and Abolition fiu ati-
ia youth
like. col. And in f''frrJaile of convictio and Thou wert lonely qiiiiu Kojcers .us sue U the: most ncpommtidiiiing : ,'.She's tuy..wifo-my lawful wUuf shouted c 610, so ac 10 act thin unftad tvittt greater force
idrAdc/dudJ tandeoiutBiUrd old the fine'or, met "' ,, .r ..i. Taos art lavrly.m age,. .a icIliT*.in the world on such occdiuiis. DiKitittle. M cull upon the law!' against slavery in the tluu'Item States. No

.t liy noel I till costa .hall lia r breu ratMied and p!- A* faultier a* virtue can be :. Air,.. Rogers uus a IIIUIIMIUUS crunk) Just as the bride got over her faintin fit negro would have had! Ihe honour to try a Doc

lie it Jrtktr erdtiud.1'bat it *4..U nut wilier be aiJ.. With ibe-anual* of truth cr.tcR (,Jal lutly. And mtiliiMt; dune the tiquirbo uud railed her droopin head the veil fell off. tor in Divinity of the English Church ; but negroes
sup. fur merchant or.ln.p-k or >aw
rprr |
it- keep any tture,or J1 pure of any goods chattel ( 1 rould fill this'pure page much tuml us to mUll)' utherr, it didn't nnd oh, lute! Mr. Ebenrzer D.wlitile stood are god enough to, try Catholics and ;
ufr" I bee. make n. ldd" who the),, wuii. -aiilii', Mr. pelrefied wi'h horror holding in his arms not the lime draws on when they and Northern
"...t' ur 'hchlD.liu on UV Sabbath! day or boner And yet do. not justice to_ .
ur tell die ante, .b.ll on conviction be fined in the ( Dooliltle uua un injurcit mUll und a grout Miss Betty, but Miss Betty's watin' maid one natics will tell the southern people the negroes {

erne of ten dollar fur every each oflroce, together When I fondly retrace scholar, III his opinion, and Lclungrd! to. his;, of the blackest niggers' in Georgia who at are good enough to try them." "

v ithiliecoi* of pro-cattBe the Mine, one half uf 1 bright of the past. church.Mr. this interesting crisis roiled her eyes upon "WHITE MAN.. ,
. ,which fi l fine shall be raid lo the person informing The yean Douliitlc arrnngrd be whulubuaincasUI him like two peeled onJuns, fld throwing her
1 mourn that that'time b.no more r first onltr. all Be. him A Happy Retort.An .
.ltd prM'ecating the ..10.. rate ?1 ty was to meet arms around him, exclaimed -
l t it ftrfkti .r"*;?td, "lllh nhnll not be L.W. Dot no time; can f fibre, I nt the end ol her father's June, disguised in.. IDill is my dear husband what Miss Betty instance of Irish readiness al repartee '

ful. fur any pawn by hiui elf, servant or agent, to \\ bile existence shall I..t. ridin'ditft bonowidfbl Urn occus on, when gin mu her own ecU occurred tho other day at the Capitol, .whick ..
irrM-ll or barer r, to soy late,any viuoiu vpirit The friendship that live to threeworc' liu was to take her in u close one-home lau Sich a shout as did fuller.lio is leI 0 guod lo be los). '

o .*ot intoxicating ilquom'withuut' an ezpre licrnnelu ., ..nUCJlc,II lid *tly uuh her on tai wings oi hivi-ins to the devil you black-* says Doubts! Certain members of Congress, finding the !

writing(ruin the person laying tbe control of Rid A Cuba-Solle'o. he Miiil ho would to thu $quire's odicf, ties, trying to pull away from her. deba es rather dry in the House, stepped out 1

''''"t' ur ..lives wuder the penalty of twenty dollar whur they uns to be united 1:1 thu bands oitudlork thick to him Sally,* sny s the boys, 'he's to refresh their thirsty spirit at Caspuri'. refectory ..
lor ch and utfencewitb the costa, and the
e arty I tetoie buJy! in the villagecni.u'd 'our'u which is conveniently .
any law.
according to contiguous.- 1
iaioum-r rhall. be entitled to the one half uf raid peiialiyaudif BT DOX. JOSE CALVO. ),
the onemling shall hit)' thing ubnut It. lie bud made Old Sqire Rogers !looked like he'd mnrrird I As they passed out, they saw some eight or 1
or person so .
pennon
Ua I housed shopkeeper bIt or their: aid licence. ueridi'lpairlaldolstroda, irrangcmenis' ut the hotel fur u room which, his last couple, poor old man and hadn't a 1 nniu laborers, harnessed to a sl. d, hauling a J
tkallle" revoked. I' ; Cuba i ; Ilu au:(d .i-\' d hun&elf tho uu*|>icious oceu wurd to say lor bimselfr. The boys and young stone :about heavy enough Jut one horse while ,

The. above ordinance will k>> strictly enforced i j.Yadia inocente.Vlrgen abatida! lieu, and he wart u letter to u Iriend ol hu I Darling liked to laugh themselves to death, one acting as driver, leisurely walked along '

P.- ID Council June, Rt.t 1653. for el barbaro Ybero peraeguida, down in Augusta to bo thar iho next week t u I while old Darling was. mad as a hoi net, and side... i

P. C. ZYLSTRA Mol'.,. Por el iabio U'atbington co
Attest,sILL HABUU 1 La Sangre de to* byo derrenuidm nigh1 be in.ct-b ary for him to keep out of the feteolm right off. us well us the member)

J elloa recojija,: "s)' ot old Darling 'for, a tow weeks till the Poor DoolitUe Ho'' made out, at lust to get Pausing to witness this o'lt.orlliion-whicb
JOSEPH HENRY. days from Haiti. Sen en breve por : old tilluw Mould'have limo to come 'In. All loose from his .file and to find the back door. seemed to present a paralell to their own arduous -

SCUR.: ,400 bib Floor,3000 bob tom.40 bale Y liar cads ana Iota all vertida day )Ir.,Duolitile! was bustling about as it ho He haia 'l never been beard of in Piueville labors in the public service-one of the

11.". 3D bags Cutlet, 10 had tiiifar. 40 UU Lard A &-p na on mar k cobrara Iad p1ada.Y wu n'.i: certain which end lie tad on, while from thai day to this. members, addressing 'the driver/ ..it-

2i Keg nur, 40 bit. Potatoe. ai bib Apple, & CM Urban ley, shun nfariaCesan the *un.hin.-, of bit heart U'oined from his 'Well, friends, you are making younelvcs

C*: ak* Cheese, IOU ban Oats, 6 ca k -of liacoo 4U de regir a ello roadyuba.; yuilur colored face in a way to let every bud) From the Macon (Geo.) Telegraph horse* l see!' .

bib CI'I lc.... 100 keg Nail! 35 boxes Tobacco 3 accioa de los enjeadnn aanguinaria know something cxtiaordmary!. uusgwiu*i to England Wcgro Jurors for trial of 'ft's,' was Ibo prompt rejoinder, 'and by.
tad:do. 10 bib Molane,50 boxes Soap 9 corks La que happen., the powers its a mighty sight better than
Od,60 boxes oodles E5 Uket Champagne, 10 MI trite queja: bacia el Empteo' subs Whites*.
Just dltcr dark be might have been seen making aura of ourselves, as some oJ.you are
baxe Cider 10 sheets Tea. IU dol. Broom. 10 nests Que en oyendo el Eterno ml plegaria 'drivin nut by him..If in u buruuchu towardsold less,., Editors-A most exciting cnse has doing up there.' .
Tubs,5 buses On ace., ft boxes: Lemons, 10 casks in the Court ol Kings Bench i..
O liembla el Orbs o *e .libertaa Cuba. Mr. Darling's. Every body peeled omc- been pending The prevailing report i is, that the conversation
Uke' 3 Crate, 15 boxe Starch,400 boxes to ,j. 1 thin', and all hands was on the lookout. It England, for the last two yeDr.lmd was tried uurupily closed, and every man of thai
March 6th B. E. CARR.
1851
THE BlJIAWA JlATC'D.Or wu plum to see Squire UogcrVt importance uud decided in Juno t>this year. The cast party patronized Ca.puri* to the extent of two

Scboolimaster Married. swelled considerable with something, but oi Acbilli vs. Newman-Ihe first a Protestant juleps instead of oue.-Southern Prtu.
THE WORLD AS IT PAS Et5. how she. was Catholic and both Doctor J
other ,
divine the a
bun.Mr.
a rortrtue.BT nobody could gee a. word out ot .. _
n.
Lilt:
Uoohtile didn't spare tho lash after he" in DuvinrtDr.. ACnilll indicted ur. Neairunn Fatal Affray &* pluwalL
MORRIS & WI LUS.S. and for libel and on the trial convicted him. Although The N. O. lees ns from
, MAJOK lUlU, or rPEnua.; uut of town, and with straining eyes a Picoyunt AspinJrali
got
HOME J.,JH!%AIL FOR 1832. palpitating heart, he soon reached the place this caw is oDe of great interest in all that a street tijthi took place there on the' 10th

___ A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.1'JSUSKUI Ii'. about ten years ago since the ,Inrld'cntbat aPt listed to meet the object oi biscoosumin1affections. ., its features, yet I propose to call the attention ult., between Cut. H. tt. Wood, lormcrlr of
WECKkT AT TWO OOtLABSA TEAR. to tell tuck place. It caused of the Bout hern people to only one singular feature Apalachicoia, and more recently of New Orleans

.- 'm'KWJnt'ensstion in Pineville al the time, and Was she than No! Is it? Yes than she ill of the'irbl,"to them ot all others the mos and Air. Joseph D}'or,also formerly of
tn nUT Ktrxna or TBX KKW vtxtc WILL *x n great fellers monstrous her nankeen iulemtiug. A most respectable ProtesunF I that city. -
had the ttfct to make')be the dear creature Tao ,skills(I'|
nWcxa Ga TUX ran or jiKvitv aUT.I '. I form of Philadelphia, the Revd. \Vm. t'racus arose in a pecuniary
clergyman Thu
her difficulty.
'Ill careful bow. they ruin away !with other .propie's rldlu drftJ' was set close to angelic
, .. .. f1J,_ daughters without their consent= ever. fluttering in, the breeze she stands, timidly I Uuddards, was present>> the trial, and writes Dyer owed Wood some 9700, and though repeatedly
TBS Home; Journal ua* now: become CBiversa.Tbe : uoucl il.' un' the fcnw, It..ldlllber vale close home that one of the jurors who tried Dr Newsman pressed-by hu creditor to settle the

re are few landless ol cultivated habits-(few of k.1 nee.llr. Ebenczcr Doolillle was tho bominables o'er her lace, trembling in even joint fur tear, was a negro t By the laws of England debt rciuted to do so. Wood finallY told

those who .seek to enliven sad make home the mot after the rich that ever 1 saw. fuhadn't she mought be discovered and lore away from I the jurors are selected by iho Sheriff, who H him that if the money was not pad he
IntiHijTBt cudatir.cthe place-.who do not BOW man Fill officer by the him. He
appointed g..verti
Pmcvjlle ntur'itsl tier beloved Kbemzar! a very high would shoot went to Dyer's house
k at ut .. .
beeu the rma .
receive It. It is read we believe wherever run tleegold1 .. ._ I + nut nu .
i month before he found out every Kill antbe Dearest angel says he, in a low voice.'Uh ment. and called him out, reiuv u tu comply.
" Uuvtda of oomeatc bsppinc** sad tree moraltvaotsaeot >t whose father had Iwtnty rtig- Ebrctuzar," und she kind o'lell into his Here is a defendant tried and con\'icet), at Wood then drew revolver a d Artist DIVJ'tr.UI' ,
:
wblcb Into the Klilemcnl .
an woven thickly
so be bad courted all ol themwitbiia! a a time when the public u hid was under greater : ball taking fleet in the 'litter breast, but
and web of end
arms.
stronger coarser oar cOIIat" Industry
- and energetic protpcritv. Tb Home Jottroal' is &betpfkfr few ss,d.i)f s ride. He was talher old td be pop>> Compose yourself, my love.. fXfitemcut than it had been fur a century the the 'toad tx-ing. tau weak to pene'rate deeply.
and otwbow Ihtfy didnt Iblluld&Juu't --' before, 'u lin't the Catholic, and when Dyer then ruined a gun and aired ut Wuud ul.
so the bean*,ul this busy nstba la the hours ular with flee; gals, Oli, if lather
(ive*to bapt oenaod relaxation.At like his ways, and iho way ihc>'d bluff him tear, dear creaiuie. BIy arm shall case originated in and out ul that religious excitement the same instant that the latter again diochane

a New Ytwft JYr MKf/rest a GtmtltvM /.aa off wat enoujih to discour Ke any body but a protect .you mean the world.' Anu he was je.tgwyue ; und although the defendant must be I his P tstul. Dyer's arm was, broken, '

Wy. die Home Journal is one ol which the re- Yankee icnoolmasier: what wanted to feet mnr- to pull her veil au kill liei-- tried by a Protestant Judge, and brotestant jury but Wood was killed instantly, his brains burnt

,.,....ea la ,....... ers tea*',and ill oocor7 nwland bDdl 'many Jeaf'of'grate: left. UIdid.'t 'Ob,'ate. she, didn't 1 luur slime body. com* all highly prejudiced against him yet, as scattered in every direction.
,- )taewd a tift.. good tat,. ,to/ muku BO .ort of difference with it if* u this was 1101 enough, the ftoVMiiiiicnt must Mr. Dyer remain in a very precarious situation
*m
4; hin.- oroea copy," ; for three, eon get him.'h iifVot 'Eh,"vet he,!loukin round, lIe'''. go in, my insult and degrude bun and his religious acel.bllUlt'C.'uo and is not expected to jurvive.

I for ono copy for tkrct rests, $i--*lw7 .n advance and U be ailwl in one sow, it only i made. d a..' tu one ol hu fruits, u black ne .-. '
lSabI ibm 'wkbootdrlty. 'AddreMMORUI8 Vm in ihe i :xu Un motto And with that be helped her into the ba ; rue! Why was this dues nut every white The throwing overboard of Fillmore and
6V WILLIS him more persevering and contented Ituiisell with iwprmliug man, all over the world echo the qUt..tiuu"by' >Vebster, and the nomination of ,Scott i II ismid

Editors, 107 FaIt_ street, New-X'rk. .al eyer., dirt roucbe kiss that' almost singed the: km was the! lam a Protestant of the straigbt- was procured by a pledge from Ii r. 8> _
.".. J ,as the nil her, old Mr. Darlings a burning and abhor persccuiion ana wnrdex-Goverr or Jonnston and
Thomas
win ** / dear l little bend as he closed, the : Ckelee 1.1...... &e.Old daughter what used to live on the Runs, was glove on Then tier on the front seal., encouraging bersecutors, in all times and lu all places; anu win-the great free sod triumvirate-that with

',' Kmaef r, Mouaai Gin lfuaoa beIat1 about ibe torn downest ,alto t.eorzMu Betty door. Jumr'u. u and swearm' to often feel toy blood toU with indignation ui Scott they would carry New York, Pennsylvania .
way
r cad Scorch do. hit aso Porter was rich, handsome and smart, and had more make ol the Proicstaat by Catholicsin dud Ohio Free sadism nommatied Scott. '
and
would love her her happy the persecution
CStwaPea. Wise Aladeira do. could shake A stick at. but her how bo
do. Sherry she that induce
odmireis than her father l mother Lath cwiutric; but QUa me,ur -Lotui 7UJ .Courier ,
bow uu
Pen eta CoBfma Wstrr. Cordial Claw Wine.I lorroentin liato coq et thai and telliu her
such a the
sanotion persecutionol .
lu
the was and think a. much ol honest nun,
her $fust any
ft*. B E CARL was afraid lo court ber in downright would forgive Protestants As to the menu "
tha boys ( of
found ber out I Catholics by A young| lady in the Interior thinks going
Mr. Doolittle her ascvtr. ?
:'N. 8".rebcinathatlwill; six weeks SVenial When bet like a bouse afire. 8be was Poor all l, abe was terribly agitated sir ol the case I am pot prepared to decide hey., who-Mr. to Conform] to get married for the reason ,

t. m. ..' state'LP'1' 10 the! 'Jad P,01'Probate 01'St for him, and be was determined to 'couldn't do nothing but sob and cry, which titer conviciion was right or the wrong.London "1' that she ha* been told thai in that country the
" just the gal tiuddards believes it right- in>es, "
;lsna ty. J AdminUtratico, on tbe ol his life. ; made )lr. Doolmle love her more and swear men "rock the cradle. I
yak
" ber at the of Epglolld.tblul.. it is g'uso-
Estate of Susan FolUa,late of old COIDfJl1reawd.1 I have the leading paper flows from principle as a nj-U:
ilr. Darling bo Practice ;
lo old use behaidcr. '
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seige
be "Ii W it the
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Scott to 'nud., tire Florida War.J !! Lnndra. Latte--The Orators !1: You can imagine, says our correspondent, fatigablein hw exertions, and among tho fore :--Democratic CODvel 1iol' ,

"4 __. The Scot orjctutM are bragging lustily about!i th feeling .which this reply elicited. The most to plead for its abolishment, and bar always f

-4t JirirEBfoH, CIUKTT, Aug. 2, 1852. th e late jdemonxt rat ion ut Lundy Lnnc. It Court House rung \w! chotift of applause,1repealed I proclaimed and declared i! a ufoul/ I I Democratic nominations for Senator 11:&
Journal: ,rash an dish p drido of nbolilionixni, free Butli'Sm -I I again and ngaiiu'ilr. Wise then re-1 t Senatorial District, and for Representative fur
FloriJian 4- stAin"I
: Editor the New
I have beard within a few dnpnxt that and bue{ 'federalism. Let Us prove!i i quested his opponent try slate the forts again, upon constitution of I Si. Jubns and Putnam Count*'-furnished by

,' perhaps s a majoritv of m) Whig brethren are this by the list ol guests and speaker*. o.lfltl,|'I i!I hich he did 10 tn almost brtatbless aiidil This in not idle supposition-mere one of the Secretaries in advauco of the official .

Loing lo vole for General Scott for Pn trident.If ) TOIM Corwin, me king of the Galphins( and rv. 'Gen Pierce didvn.sinwnzrhiAn t,assertion, but a H ell established. incontrovertible
I violent frwsoiler.Tom uiKin his,brrnjtt 'tiat ,Hals vovldkart'lopas statement.
that tould b.\e'liur. fact confirmed the record and
I thtre was c-no thing! fully by
:I r f priced me moro than.another, il was in hour Ewing, ut Ohio presided,n violent frrcjer. orerkti dead kfy Tfaft it. mar&ed: vpon the bettorYy'oftbe" fr PicoLATi,jb 9th. 1853.

inyit Florjdinns. were going to MIpport Gen, ."JI ,A't>cUi'r choice rould not have been : phst. : The Dcl utcjff the diluent Counties,conprjrinimjh
p Floridir niuHr for7 Uit occnsion.* Kwing was the man The:strong efforts tnadeb GcohPI1ttctt t
that ?
iScistt. Yr, sir, I understand ; .". : inn rml met in
t have resolved to 'bow iho neck ,bcnd who, while rreinly of the Interior, allowed! '. the tamers t c -Judge W oODBfsr lJ Ih eoa1t1J Jstrict.' Coo
Whigs l "' f
the knee fend kiss the hand that smote*Vfiem| 0S2.DOO iuiept oil4 nn old claim of only 4,090 THE ANCIENT CITY. 4 lion ol 1850,to have this unjust and odloua test Y J\ lon ngrcenblyjto; ,u previous public npptinuea

cannot bu shut mnnjwhojwai" principal, un5of uhicli net he was duly rebuked indubitable *3iTssoundness DE'I, JlJibet191 ns lus following
i !It surely; any abolished, afford .evidence, ot ,
.
f here during the Indian' tear 'will jtunport nim; by rsGiinvrmtee ol Congress. P proceedings wore bad (fix:)
; this uestion. Not successful *
i "! ennr.ol.ill nol "believe iiw untU'1ho'.1J&Jt This -wiinlFJIr. Ewing allowed nn Indian :t upon On motion of Paul Arnou Col. 7. L. .
; f. Dancy
t, is one. I came to this Territorv4D.lB3J, claim of 8 .OOO which had been n jrulyd.bp: howeTer.seine whigs have the shameless boldness ,was chosen President of Ibe Convention

t : and scaled in this Count When! I left my iho Indian Commissioner, by >xcnaarieshltir* ::o lajsifjr_ history and persevere in their and
Chas. and R. B. Canuva
Hanger
, : old State North Carolina{ il took all my property cy uncJ.Volk"rIIIJd also by a comniittec.cf 'Vocation.of Jjing. How truly is the trite adagetfikatrdruwning were appoiot-

( ':. my, except debts: ( a little My 'whole liou
I arrived in the Territory, consisted pi eight | lo ircHdeover tjiis convocciUyn! of whig, CQUAUT OF I3tDEBXEBESISTAICJC :'.l fTti4riD DESatfZU wcrifled |in this instance ut".we-euu- '-po rated e'nClrnuwhcJKed and aUr, '

.., ; dulhlrs1rXJD'r1"bcd or twrv;'unfl sorrkrulhcrproperly hnd-tioi'the kii ctewn-dt.m of Gt'a. Taylor resulted 'TO,&L' into. .olsoE'lHE3t.. ,''?. conceive' what the effect of such,palpable..violations ,o"y w"b.r Convention in reference'tonatwns. "
in n of hill bouts '.' ; : ". { ,
also prompt r from -
of |ea>s value. I brought a remqviil -: l of every Pr.nci1ale'bf'right illibe.
.
. of the Bdreriu ol the"Interior we lieed not; ; ..'. Ou the two third rule
: uilo aud 'I five smnll children-Ihe largest step to i motion wash a J
h whom was not ublo to earn his salt. By .'the Rl|" ouliW I'(,un. SufRre it to any that n filler .ST. AUGUSTINE, AUGUST 21st, 1862..C. Time will tell thu story ; and we will wait .- On motion, further Resolved. that a 'J'eet.r7'beaptJinud

I' kindness of u friend I found a homo fur mye.lf |*.T-onU, prnle (over a congregation: of Sir patiently., 'confidently d hopcfully Jbr-tho. by "opteH'
.
+! ._ .__ __ -- i
-'- Ir. '
nnd Jamil r, and employment. for. my;elf Scuaid's.olioacrsany, where(could *nut be 55 d 'r a mine the amouutfOlt repietcntaiknr to

bv which I.supported my family. It will bo fnuiid Hi IK side,nfttlrima: thule.. I DEMOCRATIC. ,1O1I1ATJOL each Count ti.'lJ.tic cntiie'-ilic Convention ;

'L' remembered.,Ibe Indian{ war broke out in 1 Hr,-l, *. 1'1&f made an appropriate inauguralpwc ,- I' .Itr. !. .r ,d17t'r t p\ -' .North Carolina has Spoken.K'pjVan .. .; Paul.8t .. tsolano,Ptiilip. Weed own, .

Fnll of 835. Thosu' who wcru here no'* ,on; ., taking ll I.the"*' chair., Ha raid. (wu, ;' ,1110113.' P B R'N. A'E'f.'1'1 .' .' :JL1" Winkle;Jiaj elected,* Democrat* Joho'. Dick,N. Adi tun wcru.. fie- wled. as
remember yueilafntruihes; >re): ; t iU 'If' '
1 doubt uill I how fiddly 1. Governor "
the United Stntes govcrnmenl l. b t'ah9 ath'.t. 'IWha'llnwul'lntiinutev: nequninted 'wiihbiro I E F'. PIERCE and SenafeJ-&Uf J1)1.l ; Wfe than 5.000'an4 I i t ctimre ar 'c:0Iuu1 D o ,tpo ,

of the Territoryicrc prepn.ed for lhai.nd (iIrUI coiiO/or/ir; i/y },ears. He had I. ., the last by a handsome majority' -the House f4f b1 Johns 16 r voc', for Putnam 8, otid for

event. The u hoiesale! musaucrc of tits'j. Dado'srotiinmnd f yore knuwp tim ,{a ,cirin'' kujutl' tntnl incitil OF' NKW IIAMI'SIIIPE.FOD 'of Commons doubtful. Not a bad showing this, fa; 1 Orange votes :i

/ und the bntUoand rciicat al Wiihjliiccochje ..or military! .pDtllt".. *lu should be eli-cted because a State that baa been heretofore,almost regularly, a The Convention then proceeded to ballot for -P.:'

.' I *.iuUilic!. Aufli-rings in Ihe Block.; kiLfrintlple are NgliIllIIeJ he belong I"lI.c VUK: P 11 ESI. DENT. hotbed of old fashioned federalism., We think it Senator.. *?,:i

Ht use, are undying ii.onienioc ol the cruiiiy ,iI. the light purl): olinu. great qu itli6nsafrectiiig will he rather a hard pill,any how for Mr': Ex-Sec Ballot. Votes ,
i land ol tho number ot the savage foe. Il vUw I welfare of iby country, such n. the improvement WILLIAM KIN 1st.V. TtnIaus, 101 "
I combined forces of iho! of ri,er. and harbors retary GSAHAX, to swallow; being administered as IIis "Jo
evident lo nllll.ut the protection DK. Ii.AWiK 16 r President dt; ,
United States under Gcncrul Clinch, and the to American industry.' &-. OF ALABAMA by his own titate-come may fancy,that he hat' .* F:L.llAeci l''f dared noaosa-" :i .
,
*
t : !niillliu of' the'lcrriturVwire not equal tu Ihe j Aa Jir. ,E"Ijt': acquaintance with the hero 1 ,i .. shown\ himself a little verdant.-been somewhat premature w 'BLABK, .' 1"J iaaUoo. : J
f lids ent on to Washing* ol Lundy Lniie,covers the whole period ot rn s.tratftUtWA ia 'jq
ontebt.. ill nun were I C "letting go, (like Mr. VA, l3sar:(.) "} ; '
,. j ton ufckinguiiHbtaiie *,andku well. ,I i..diu1'n; the, Uener il'I,s Alien law distemper, we oleo)e I ,;.. "' FOR. GOVERNOR..; former hold to catch a ltrrV e shall see-Gen. 2d.u. t HiWxE.'wrnux.l, 10 l'No ncxniaa : ::

J the Government ol i not ,
quite so green or unmindful of the main -t d" ,
ment of JA1UES; E.
ueretiK'.deoiithe plr. .
'u
I the ('(' IbtettrqulstU na Ewing shod his parlisnns. there lQItUl,11IE..
1 j t'lUlt., jiny for Volunteers, who together' with the i is not him* ui ail t e General wild undid during shanee. There is however a difference between the. 3d. TOUJLIJ, # l No 11011 'I

r 'I Lest iroopH in the 1'I't.''llnr, army under the thai'period, tint was nn error of judg FOR CONGRESS. cases of these two gentlemen.-.Should! the Gen. resign M IIW'I, 1S s iuo ( -t

1 command ot General Scutt, waa despatched to ascot; nol a principle avowed lhatiH-ns not his military Commission, and then fail in his efforts 4lb. TUilBL, :3 i No bomioa ',;1

I 1 the thentro 01 uar, with uilprvctieable. expedition. right. ,It ,uiiftttciN the purpose of the Bulletin, A. E. UIAXIVELL.FOR I after the Presidency,he will be, as the homely sayinggoes I' law.Jt, 14 ( lion. ;' '
What was the result of ,,this lormidu- rind Bee Iu say that General' Scutt has disavowed "& foot Jt
11 'tis said in .
or as Turf
R phrase,touching -, ;:
Lila array ol "fus and feather t" Gen. Scott the prj"H'vtivu. policy towards foreign .SENATOR. "- 6th.p C.IJUJUBItITI, 2"J :!
I: 'i e.lfilc,1 I think, early in 1836 quarrelled with era avowed by him iu Ib41, but here MO F. C. flUliiPIId EYS. a slow horse in a race,he will be "Dowhe:e." with .4 II' TCMBLIS, 3 .
the in have one of the as it is rumoured, a fight ( the $2 or )
l' Gen. Claiucs, mnrchid'ihrough country tinning lights of the party ; puree mange HAWSE.Whereupon a i' ".
hub-divisions wi'.h: tho view of driving the In- one uLum. the wings delight to honor, deliberate FOR ASSEMBLYMAN.. I[ 300,000 he has received of "Uncle :aDl" money) F. C. IIonpititETs was

I; ''di ns into thc Gull, while.at the same lime Ihu !v approving. ; of the General'*attempt lo W. TUMBLIN. (j I and according to his own boast-(a bid for frcesoil I unanimously nuniuutuJ fur iciiatur. declaredit:

l Indians wcie lollnwing his rear, laughing tit rally u Native American party, and virtually I olr-.hhuul nigger whereas Nommutioti tor : t
any *:- bottling llcptescniuuve
was tbeq :
l his and taking oft lux stn-gglcrs und uvowing ins. "willing .. tu.u'ist in enacting, ".'IU.'II.\',,,,v. lit "KJ ;
,. / i i soled plans fcubuttcrnv., Wilhoul seeing an Illdi.lltI. the bill. ot Americus, which would difranchine '. FOR ELECTORS. lie does, to his supra me. imtuediat* Choifia ntJj! ; ciiivicd illlUi and in" the l.l, Elliot w. Tutt3 ;
r il LIM, reix-ivnl 23 "!
vote" for
of the, lie Aisciriulyimri rut lS f; r'E
citizen army ; can wrll aflurd to miff be 'I
as
? discharged every ol alien birth moa
he went 11110 ,Ilmmr quarter who had nol
IlcQUEEN: J1cIS I.Dural John' nod
the Volunteers and left Hut !pefip.eol the TcrI served_ iu ;fat:, army or navy' for a couple! of I lOSI; Caunly.J. a-iwcdly will, hU coveted tenanc of tho "\\'Wlt"I unau, l'utnlltn4utm'li tiOfiiinaivd. and was, ieclafid. t- ., !:" f
ii"alt
lur)' 10 the mercy of thu Scnunulcs. In, tjrs year*. I CARAWAY SMITH, of,person I llou?
condition of iiflaifc% whtn the dcfcnccluj.8 in-I j Mext lo Ewing they b Winlhrop; who op- M AJ. JfcShB tOE, c/ Jadton.Hasty I II I place him ."a?you were, fc"owiier.; ." Now with S From the Florida Drmocrai* ; t;
attacked ut all hours olI'ho ,poses i lid und ,
CoaifruMtK.
habitants were being is hostile thereof
Mr GBACJIX, it will be quite: another thing -should Democratic meeting Iu Fciuatfola.' ." '
ai.d right, be published h:*celebrated eUrVt b..tcr. Then Horace ot the )
Grteluy
ilny | 1- -
i thew Enrols,. Ui* parry: fail in the coming contrr-t, he will be At a li inoeratic lUtfetiug field ibis (
i' older, No. 48, denouncing: them us, cowards. l'urk'l'ribunr, and a host of lesser lights; r by his 1:1 lIt : .)
who could luuey ihul they saw un Indian in ]I then O'ov. Hum of New Voik, who lute.)' planned i Hon. E. C. CIBELL'S opinion of Gf n. Fcott, June, ref gnD'ion, but minus rome ft w short months salary on tbec\euit.K of the 2J mstuin, fur Ibe I''It d" :

rxeiv lJIL.". ThU wilhdiauul <>i' Gen. Scotl and pIoiici Ihc escape of A xuuthcrn-gc n-"1 12lh Ic52. "Scoit has &padlock on bit lipe',mud ihe that hw late office would have girea him-.a mere posu of iukinj; prflidiamry sit:)>* ". th'J, J
iu condnioi: ihun Ill Itlall'ti41a1'1', and tht-u ( priuciplt-s of Sawa rd in his ti eektt ockttt&ad stands lorniatiuu 01 u 'IVicu ui and the nm'letL us a worse l'x- iUYeAur Johiuon bagatelle, lo a man of his reputed wealth and if his 1. ,
'.0 found us. j; ol Pennvniiin, wlau"| hUIltJt are stained will U-lbrc the country as tliv candidate. ul the tught-r JawpllrlY succeed ; ,. ,iu this county the ilea JUuioii Juia.uapjHiimed xas_ .: : ,

To raise men for our defence, h.discriminate I i I tlc blood I ol Iwo citiZ'-nsnf Maylund, murderid t :' pall (a hojic-Ivgs contingency,) he willwcu.e wUnwuuud. Lfi. it. ,. lfuris,...; 1
I I' "The election of Suit under nt circullwanctlI that "better bold; he haJ iu view, in :cctCLtry. _
1 pro quitting ,.
calls uere rondo on all able to bear aunt 'I by u mob -lugilivu slaves and Ircu lie I 1
.4 ihroughoul I llio Territory. Smnc led she country -1' b roc*. J! I I would be to continue lilt tiu\rruauut iu iLr loud. hid It cent one. The Ciiairnvnn cs lained the ibjectot iko... )
Blu.sh of ihe Free Soil |.nil)' uuul thtir luuuickiu ka s u r-- mceiiii lo uc iu MUb stoats) n* .,u ''<;. J"
in despair of uccct>stul& t nsi.Mancwlulu I llt'n. .instead of bracging over th.;, sum thi Union." : "
)
p 1 others picketed their ilwrllmi I :*, uhery ueiu |I cclcbrut.oiu" -luinot the South.--.- I "U.did term strange that any Jionat Southern unii 'itel'eiuocialic t, ,lilt- Upuu mil on u ".<. u;rccJ that inv chair {
luiniiiesji. Oil ami last securityngninsl I i" 1, J ahuuld appoint coiiiiiultfc iti-CfMtijr) inr rat Jry + :;
their
Inu ) could support >tou. A* J Iu the Aevv S'ur Upon brirzu tilong r-' \
Ihatt"I't ,
the .lKIa1 uttuvkeruf the liuliaux. il .- ..: .ttalil' tegrees' aa41 vauUiully iclaa,'I' Ti, ,. lijnmi. .- eveiy .. ing rata cllccl ibu dt'stgaa ol I hiA. : oriill.. l.Il. ,:
: Ulligt'nee ol :hc Ix al amid must rhccruij cliar : "J.cl"IU 1I1I1II.J
dralfeil birt'd'SUbsti.utcx. ii.oit : UI cuku'.crr'hc.fullOI !
ny ot Ibo uwcn Th ; ruts,* 'meeting til llaiun Rouge .
Nearly nil the men nt the precinct to which Ibelonged dwindle tioMii uuh nt tom,liing, rapidly. utter, tOllle'lIh it. '!he pro-pyet ue cr i look-,. ; '[.oiuiuii an L.\cvutivu Cuiiuiiuiuv, viZTDr. :.
lulc.!
Henry
; .were dnilk-d. Among them, 1 was I In -t-pnc',61'. |h
included. My Inmily >us w holly unprotccli'il{ t, I ihe 'mperswu; leuin that iheie\vus' no cnhualatn. At this surly pvriM ol.thu Kepublir, keel i .A bct'cr feeling, n more confident hope inthtt Ji'iui liru-n.iiiMiu, .; .
r and I had nut the means of raising u picket for : ins iticudil) in view t Ihe iLn;ert winch 114.0cvuiiurncd t>.. .\ Ltuu.iid. .
their protcclion II) my absence. 'They. hud nomcan.i The delegation, Ihmembaikfd in this city cverj utter Irco ftiute I to lrvtu u .UCC(' of our cm.d Uae5' ha:. seldom nexer And upon liioiioii, ihu chuiruvm Iloiu D. 9 .

of support but my labor-no defencebul on the little J. U. Miwbv though rallied by u lo bu t.ssLt T AL lu the luring' imttrcutiint vj puiimled the rjiiik. ill'lac Dvinocr.iHI'nny. Juuuu "to".it jipoiii.itl an mid ioi*.u oictm>r. "* '.

Illt'tlt.IlrilUSt i ubundun them{ to bu e.\- band ol imiitiic, iiuinbeieil ir.lv thirly>tixt und our libeitits, lliul u uiuii, dctuia ,o y digit altiux, '1'ha is u.sjt houlu. bo, let-t.p .Iho bull A-t_ Commiiicc* ut \1'Uauc : *,
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IIUb'd lo all the barb iriucs of the ,Indians or ,lour.Mililury;. ciuzens, iwoul toss m auinocruls und uiicring no recon.iDciiduhuii but tu>fluundtd in m ttiun. Reid und ciieiliutu: Iruu d<'iu<>erul- For IVn-iicoh-- r."
I c!nr'e /lor the ttuut.ul't Iho necessary supplies repaired Ihe 1/tveo on military-terticfj miuuld not bu uIcclcd : "
lo M.O them oil: I 1C, tuetJl l..II. IM\ ovals U\iuuc.l bu al, hiapi. A true Il.-Idrx'C. Kmipp.". B. SlcUee,Jai. :
ol' l bust, ut uJlJlllbc only older U1lt'r&Jillau| : vii CoutiUit lo uuiniiusu r Ihu Uuti-iiunviil. 1 belirtc ,
llui -
wile Ihu enthusiasm of 1844, B:i K, I't lei lie i z.ii. z, u. QutiMi.For .
i liirmj; U'HUhsUtuiu: which"i could onl) be done \\heat JilUr; lira caxri: kleiiiueiH wrie ehailerct! so eel; nnd 1 shall cuii.idcr the dos olihe : tiiid tie' its duly lei i hfully, shod| a triumph,, inc Nuvj V..r.:- s'.I-,

'ut cost latduptedlhe latter count, wlucliinvolved '' CouauotniculUi uumbcrfd WHEN AK britli.ni anu docti: u us flat ul '41 auaiti iheIkmuci t ,* ; '
I i prut lue.iIlY' whig delegation lo IJuloii Itotiiit; ui-ru ';:. Unite, ,\\'tU. t'ell, AJ. Limbeit >nJ. ,
mu iii dcbt, but 1 "lib euublcu Iu ic- .u.d tub ''iu.eiu ii Iroui Ua SITE flilKClfLE U LarlsLlr1IBu.Iyr.tchui II.Llay ol Ihu Union.ttou'l .
\ | txieinling in pa U ie) ihUuud, Aiu.ri UIIIJJ tuu*.' JJ.J' r, J ucs .i Jj
nuin und Iced and protect my laiml} Now bind to Hie lnvie marctttd all tltut&)' at Ijtjcntgtun, hy.t July 13. 113*7. S tc I. ou.ird. 0 .,

' this is nut a picture uf, the nni iitutniu, fur ihroiigh a den>e ui.d chest nqg multiiude. .'Jc.J16urLJt vj Clay 1.agi b.t. \\ Hc i lI, allepli4rd's PrC'ci"c-- .1'
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, itious.mds can uitu.i its truth. Thul wu *hc.uluiiavo Thu t'4. vtllhlll dl Iht..' the ? ;
1'r&'ItCUi day u not \\iu. UutcM Juhu '
ilo Daniel
:
, 1' Wit desirous, Iu remain with our families, whiggei) ol 18 10, '44, or '481! 'U, indeed, we have incurred. the Drlnc djs; Ujon the nnmin It.on,by lI.u.hiJ, part ha d. gnn bcp1#

. nnd at the alumu time k for aid fiom the Gen At li.iioii Uougu no grand rcsiil'3 were ex. (plcusuiu, und a is neccsfary to chastuu Uus ol Air. Gcaiuai a. u candidate: fur Vicu l'ICel' Prlll le.. Pircinct "'

I' I\ crul I Government would nut, It Mould seem, halJI t'd. Thu two ilte.4 oiaturs pio,iummed people whir the rod ol His vengeance, 1 dent he al mice very prnj.'ly I rcsijjnc'l bis i \\ .R. McJdo Warrick N'etllcBis Cay. ,
l
. I be evidence olexiraoldiimry thuid't-nt kUbl+ to Kpe.i tk,polled u w ay.Mr tftuuiu humbly pro trnto niytelf U-tote Him, lor. '
! ,, u could hot bu of that character which would K. nner wa tae big gun, but he only and implore His mercy, to :visit our lavurud position as Secretary 01'or.. The
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meeting hnving then resuh-eal that! tie
7 nut onzc Gen. Scott to brand us all indiscrim euurivcdlunaukuJudge Alc\\ horar unea) lund unh WAil with FhbTlLENCE, with Uu'"uld! ..WJ upon vhoso high sense ol 'Florida DiiiiovMruiiil .
other
lu.ilcly with the infamous stamp of cow'urdlccillI.1 and jealous, without maleiiul uid FAMINE, with ANY bLUUUGE, other tausMIW'1'AUY h" troy the Whirs luvuh the ln'yhct Deuijocmiic JM %
I giving any enwin I'
Who remembertlu '- pen Ihrouiiiiout, the fe'a.tr_ W_ r_,_'AIL__'_ii-il___ Iu__ .iitlb-_ ;.
ho did it. docs nut HULK u
yet lo Scull li was uphill nark lor Kt'lIut'--II or a bliud Dud hendltsatuthu urns, goes Upon the principfu that a "bi d- i in I Ibb Ihek"r'A.'l'tdIUJ luutauaalutj..urU\ "
general indignation thai pervaded the bosom hoi day .and) a heavy track.-and even his an .iuMiiH' bur mere WiUTAKyrenown..'- .
of thu Territory ? Every the hand is worth two in the bush, and he'n U JoitflAs, CuairuMU. ..
J every pcrbOn in ccdolea did'nl tell. Henry Clay npeech til UaUiMt, May 13, 18:9. B.
r nsscmbly ut' our citizen denouncva his order Un (thu, whole one more such demonstration.% i&e Mallory* Lfye v/ Clay page 657. bound to hold MI. and stick to good pay. s.Ilargis, Sec. .: r

' Mo. 48, us an infumoUa' stun lcr. Tliesu arc and the Seointic will bu UM.d Uph.lolbll-: 'Tis impossible to estimate the value be places .1'

tacts known to every body who lived hers ul La. ,Courier. "No North:, no 5ou.li. DO I U1, no West under the on swuid, plume'and Hontunent to Stark, o. Ballalulaarla a 1)
thai lime,.aud yet ktrangu as U may srvni,'xiuituve li>u.Uluuuu ;' but a sacred tuslotrucnce ot the coiuniuu spurs. Tbclolluwipg f letter from FRANUNPUSKUK, --i ;

t un 1 undcrhland, 'many gentlemen nol Fraaa k1ib .pierce vs...oI tau P. Hnlc- boud uutl true dno&ion tu the common brulhei- 07 It i U due to those of our fellow' citizens tu a cominatw aulburiZ"d ttrtuku steps tin e* ,
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f ,nly allowing the uwult, gross an It in, bit i; 'I Itrilliiitf IJUU\l, FJfAlNKLIN .JtJUi L reeling a monument tu the raoiuory of tie .
I tir;;ni' us, whO Ilaus suffered, not only In for Piuloffiiu.eieuied who think themselves unkindly or unjustly Shirk, will be read with interest. Thu writer .
i I rive the insulter, but to vote for him as l'ru-"i. Wee,Ih i wet) isms utu.ihe limiting senna i ion 1 now Lelurr limtale ttrlwrru exupding the period of re- rtflcctid, upon, in the remarks that appeared seems tu have been thoroughly imbued wat',1
siJtucr
dent ol the United tatcs. When 1 do so, mat' Virginia, nudiencu by tnu lollowm' natuiulizaUou nail a total aUUL Mall t .t: that
j brit beta ul Cttii iLe sub in our tail issue ; alluding to the sensitiveness spun. animated the put nuts ol tbu rev
iiiuSl rt-ks
tCngudclcu\ttolhurofofmymlluthuu 1 1I ill U', which: we find reported in the ; ou eel-ray. miud Incliner olution.
j t .. tu the liillt"t. ot our the Eloquent and felicitous alut most .
&COT1' subject or
hulup.r cl ihu JJallimuru community, upon the
mv arm full palsied to at)':Mo. J.hear U rue Argvt. Uvwould of the forc.i iuuud wrifeu productions of UeIi-
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J I Iii uetcd by some ol thooo who have fallen into crtiu,ully;: coiuineiid the lv*>iiinony olana euU'a Private itcosons J icksonvslle Epidemic;that wesliould. declare*. 'erul Pierce, we cnuno but express the opinion

his train ihal/he has somcwhcro end on HOme bush VuRinm. i Scull Eli-ctdr to WnigH now MI lion D. It. TILDEX addressed a Sco't club sad as we now do, that nothingVas farther front. thut this is nut excelled by any iu an ttppncition -
) lugtd'lugtd in
Itunimg .
occasion made an apology for this gnm insult. prove hftccs an AoluioiiUu! up uvidciicu to read a teller from U. tt. WADX Whig United Slates our thoughts, than the intention, to give ,utter, ot this ubjcci.or' in u graphics and 4e*rrK(.|
I regret that' the apoiugy, if there ever has been Senator at \V sehiugton in which Mid W ADZ writes bio enunciation o'l ttiu tboujjaui evoked by iu
Ifi i uric was nnd'n. A g\lIt1t.mun ul MIOW Hill, Somerset coun- ance to such reflection-and it is due as "'rllto
indusiri
not os lublicl'IDUe I have : coo idcruiiou :
r I ously circulated as the insult. If ons ever has .Ald., ;(say thu Argus,) who uus Just re- SCOTT iu which this:day be bad dictated a COD hs.t Yersa would> lion sooner with General cut oursdvcs, an to these gentlemen say further -. 3 C .. )_j.Fubruar) 2..1850. '.

been offered it is doubtless uf the. snrau character turned Ir):HI u,, visit to Accumuck county, Va.,, AU right land then Und it to the npyort of slavery off (for we have since learnt, such to be the t GenlltmtnflUu i.uttj ut thu day inviting

e and based upon" iho game motive with i. J)'atlU4Jr..Jia1"'nd etw'ft.&MralifJl' 8CCOU1t' ol u .j.I Itt ec.-Ckvt 1tmd- bioPlat,4'p r: '. -fcct.XtMt In place of 'voltratcerifif to i 0' to")ahead; u ,BJCKIUJJUU be hcM at,Uxafcif ot1 i''m.
thai mudu to our nniurulizud follow citizens for Whig mcetinic in Mr. YYi u'iTnai r Hull
on Ihe 7ih uf _., o'clock
Almcb
t 1': fore the City Council 7. x.,
.h ablu and to jnako a of .
rpnl. di Dcmocruis report whaj .
his indiscriminate pro,criplion of ihem in 1841, iingujs..cd ', ,, for tho purpose ot taking measures ertxt
The to
New ft
when Naiivo Americanism was in iu zenith. |>eloquently tor about, r hour r.. Hampsbire BeligioasTestThe they understood to be the condition of things JlSMumnt.1o the ot '

1 understand alto that ho has, by let.cr, recently He Klector wusirepiicU and member lo by of the Mr. Mass a Whig, name peculiar instincts that characterized as to health, ia Jacksonville when they left lark,'* baa just been memory received Major 1 jear Geoenl that niy '

here that communicated the slander to was some bawd ot his Iriunds information churg
.t derived from a gcnlle.nan,whoso upon nan with Free ioihbin and Abolitionism, und gave and ore as pertecily developed in theirotfspri'ng I authorities ot our City to make any slate* that prevent preliminary me from parucipatuir with you ia .

f i he is not al liberty disclose. '.'nis is rumor sheas his aiiiuuriiy they Concord Democraet and I as they were In the fathers who gen. meal, in reference to the matter uutil tbej> or absent, you will nxx-tiug need; but whetherpreaen ,

If It bo iue that be thus attempts to excuse'hiineit 3Ianche er Demucral He had been in New crated them.A were regularl I cited and required so to do, bf earnest cooperation iu the uotusuraucu of wn -

it, io my judgment, makes the matte! : Hampshire, ume lua tears ago, and heard '' said auihorities. "Be tion ot succewiul prosecu
speeches: from John P. Hale and General portion of the more unprincipled whig i just, and'iear not I" an object which must intake a strung
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loliinicly I worse. Il aoos seem to me with dui"
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1'ierco.Mr.. : : Wisu took iho stand and rebut Journal, still continue to harp Upon and rant p of everj triotic cf
chlercuc\i lo ihose who have resolved lo vole ID" Gen. TAYIOR virtually ussumcd, in one Kew lJamp hire It anTcontlden
for him i that we cannot do M>.without thereby led the charges moi' successfully, and made concerning the abominable' religious test in [of bis to Congress the witty I !, be
the
messages astounding; work of whole
Mr. Mass acknowledge that Franklin our
the seal iho slander which Plt'reeWus New populatioa.
pulling upon be attempted Hampshire, and endeavor by falsifying
to, listen ou m, and which, 1 suppose nut what these AMuian IVAW pal ers (although the truth fasten | poaion.lhat there might be a portico of"roan- Fathers and sons) muubers and dau g bra I
to and
.l{ is now on file in the Department Washing= called.Ifemo.raO represented him lo be..l'be upon impute its origin kind," outside of "all,the world ;" but It bas. wiJl' hearthY UDI-W' [" ua enterprise a>ouoJ. .,
f. tun. following thrilling dialogue took place: the. odium of its lira and being to the war been left for his compeer in'tbe field and wouldbe which must ever cluster so many proud sod ,

I will not repel 1 this attack by attacking him Mr. IVisf--.. cru you in New Hampshire thy sun ol the Granite State.JnlriguectrutDgena I successor r, as tenant of the "White House" grateful recollections l shad Ulat will make aka

I in turn, but 1 will,remark, in 'conclusion, that two years ago, and did you not bear Halo contemptible and columnworby of the bravest and moat sch
ihu history of his life aha s him to be a *kiN! *ak and say in hill speech, that 'he would ploded falsehood-they ex to make a discovery in Ibe science-of Arithmetic sacrificing spirits ot the age of heroes. How

lul Genera, it is true but 11 be same time head an army to march upon ihu South and Are wont to hover I acarely less wonderful namely that naturally ana inseparably united in associauon -

t ,' whose best IIIK sins seems to be an incorrigible put ,down slavery t* about and bang to,like starring carrion-crows there may bc/mr thirds of a thing Witness are the,namesof \Vaaliin gtuo and Slarioa

I propensity to bo embroiled with nil tvno Mr. JUT
," I bad the muforlune iu be associated with him speak, and say what you state. them in reference to the Test" i it a case directly Wys in substance that two thirds: iightful on this anmvernary tao memdry ot? I
I I ia His profcMiic.n, either as his superiors or Mr. lVw.-lid ,you nut hear Franklin in point. I ot the people these great nwn and their associates. lW

\ equal., or even inferiors in rnnlc.- Pierce reply lo this, and say-'It' Hale should ol that country are already prepared and anxious Jived and 'labored in a common cause, with

k A CITIZM. or Jarr>:IOR. hl'QAll army to march on the South he had Again and again ha sit been shown, that for the change, anj that the other two unflinching-; fortitude, aiD peroid full of dicouragtfmcut -

out to march over his (Pierre's) 'dead body, this same"Test" i is much Gen. PIESCX'S senior.I thirds will come into the danger and puw ion. Jn what, ".

They, who deny God," either in theory or fur he would head an army to oppose him!' and since he has become.an actor i in,tbc political ,I favorable nr rooment. arrangement, ., at _the, was the element ot their final.In-,

prnct.ce, destroy p1ah'..o bili 1. : I.: "' Mr. Alto*.-1 did. a,'air.ofthe. country, he bo* been in< -, Here we gave the double "two thirds.rule./; umP!h 7 vftiuWei were "10 ,.14,oa hwmD I issrw,* J1

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aU l&f.ar1 .* 1.1I Aftr ,V1M. J Ji ihntt will| < thru* '" au-fning 2uptcan 'htK) itUim 'From Picolata 18 ,miles distance St. Angnsthie.Aas.tvfs -fly ,'rtue of the power vested in me bylaw. 1-1 j TYiintuo 'of the power vested in me by law f ;

A enrti&MfQt i *fla IJiai .stru nie mtd'hi.. ', nnd the people "iII1 wt, ''hut he iiMy I <-Mondays and Thursday* 11 A. M. R3! dull expose,for sate before the Court Houee inJ .LP! shall ripoee brsaie! before the Court House .

, .r, dn "his, inilitary j<>urinl$ 'ilav. 17T7: lily wJth crt.\h.1i11 lfIad4 1 bc --I I' I > .. I 1 VtVMTL.-SUflda7a and Wednesdays 11 12.A M.M' I the city oftft. Augustine, on the first Monday 'of ta the city.ot du Augustine, on the first Monday'I0f" ::

JTT e rrwxlno adnpted bvodr enemies is 'Divide do will irodown to bt grave*rtAtionnrcd x.eept Cujsts.Suiidajr andVcdnedays < January, 1853.the following described, prcPf'rtror' January, 1853, the foUowfng described property or ; 'I.I

i tad Cunq '.' We cnjaia,ibo cojumaud,* he by his ct.Uborers in
I Und tw invincible.' *Ljberty or Death' 'un toor one honeSt heart tu shed a teat urcr hit efl1 I i Auaua2sII8 taxes and the-necessary expenses due thereon. taxes and the necessary expenses tae thereon. '. j .
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dic. .}1o njpwhici Wq Jhq cnn.t rrr.* I i if 19 acres third rate Und on Uantanzas rtver assessed 2629 acres third rate land aswss'd to Santos i.

; "t1io diy UIK!, eiiibellniU tim I1IJ4tIflyndsrds ; W bi nfthe South, what ihfnk you Is. the "NQTICE. AU persons of color :residing the to S.Cbnes.lyin partly In'section ,. O. township \ o"dl..n.beiD Dear DUDs Lake,and lying III ae. :. : '
militia 1 of St. Johoa, who .jre whhlo the ecope, b south, range 30 east, and partly in section. 48. lIon 45,
or Ghi\qll every company cnuso of the** fcrociottii nnslnueh'B on n min. 10wDfbIP.I sooth, range 28 easu Double .
ofibe subjoined Act of the General Assembly of township 9 south, 30 .d'. 1advertized : '
and tKiickile range east. Doubly tax taxed and advenised .
IDf/I n whom for
fj' ftn yrxj u highly honor There in but uuccnuso without. COB payment of tae Or ."
Florida, hereby notified that they mast for 1848
are non payment of taxes for the
h years Also
illllOt 1851. foVlSW
t1i f fltf' irMttd -lib.ruftuMl to endorse Gen. Scoit. of' year aaseaaed as per"Addi ; .:
the
tI with it in matter 4950assd1851. Also
t. 'dv cat delay comply requirements assessed for 1852 as per I tional List.Uiaess .
tItfJ ,rokm flef'J a rjidkrd, fleeting Guardians: or they will each and all, in additional LW.-lor I.Rl\1 I
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itia word Front tie Concord N H. Patriot.t taxes and expenses paid before 'oC
tilonian are day
czlatd to weaien pnf acit a failure thereof be presented to the nextjUraml Jury or Unless taxes and expanses are paid before' day of sale. -
, I 3Ir. Web,tct for Gen. Pierce.. said county for misdemeanor. J sale. I.
vto whifeVibV oihi'W \tl % tba ; G. HUM PBRKYS.Judge:of Probate.SECTIOK I R. D. C.-\NOVASberifl'aad ex officio
During, rrcealwJsit ,':. Webster t in : R. B. CANQVASbeiffaadexol15cIo Tax
the tioutQ the pre4M pericrnUuns'are erecting i( his farm nt Franklin,* lady,a 1aiivu remark 1. Si it enaeftd'IfitJU"Senate and Tax Assessor and Collector, s.t. c- Jane 1852. AsseMotand. Collector'. e-. ,. :

l mwnwncflts comrnHnomUve. of the events of ed to him. 'Well Mr.Webster, I really wns in House of RtpnltJdldiwfro tie Slate of Fb.rida in Jane 26. 1853. ft S !I IS I ,

\ the rt'yul $lon and ot looser vie s of its leader hop& that some time 1 should toe n live President General Aftemlly 'content a. That firm and after Tax Collectors 8aeIfYvirtne J
they should by encouragement or countenance of the United Slates.' 'You wiLl yet the iassage of this Ael free Degrees'and free mnlattoesoTT Notice of the power tested in me by taut I ..

, to ted1oaat.didrust., cast H pall overall the Madam,'wnfc the instant reply of Mr. Webster, the age of twelve fears shall be required to .flff hereby given ball creditonand parties con- .LV shall expose for sale before the Coon Home in I I

I bright hopef., of the futuro. i/you& arid Gen, Pierce lire will next Jl/oreJl. hare a guardian who may be selected by the fin M. cerned or anyway interested ia the Estate of tie city of St. Augustine, on'the first Monday1 of j. .

In the loMuncs of war Molly Starko wns not VVu hne flic above from..the lips of the husband negro or free mulatto and in case such frer negro or Joseph W.Miles late of Putnam county,. deceased January, 1853, the following described property ,
ade a widow at Bennlogton, but thu monu- of ihfe lady who was himself free children shall be minors soda the age of ten thaton the expirauca of six months from the date so much thereof aa'will pay the State and county ,
l will cull taddeuiug but glorious anetnitrics present.DishopJIuge Tears, it shall be lawful for the father or mother ; as hereoY. I shall apply ro the Court of Probate for the taxes and necessary expenses doe thereon. ; .
meat up for the of Putnam aforesaid for final settlement of Olio 'TownLot in the of St. '
the case may be, to choose guardian same county a dry Angwtrne owner -
fields nf and BankerHill
of ibe Lexington S ESSIBLL-e homo organ, Pruo and In all cases- whatever, the.ptrson chosen for my accounts with said Estate and a>discharge as Administrator :unknown, situated on Marine street adjoining I
,Yorktuwil,and CowKn*-of many homes mnn'4 Journal and Catholic Rejtisier,' in guardian shall go before.th" .judge Probate of the thereof l lot of 'J. W. 8 wiuney,'and. leading therefrom direct-

nvver altcrwards ftlndacned ,by the sound'of ti speaking of the 'force .enacted by certain county in which he or, she may reside, and it fchall.be BENJAMIN CHAPUAN.Admr .\voaduo a lot of Francis P. aracbei. returned. .\
Iuaba.lld''OtC -Will itI iotproflitabljHiemtttd urbrgasutuinntf Gen. Scott, says. the duty of the Judge wTTrobatrytf be shall be satisfied May 22d, 1852. .' 'FeterBenet Double,taxed and advertised for nonpayment I

us of the price *l,which' i be,presem pow. 'i-Jl i1."fnlplr fell byjhe whip t adc,.Ihat,huUopuat.lIrp. as to Ilie fitnew o/ asl44aL to-gfre cefti&eate cbr. FLOIUD.dur- from New Xurk.SQ of taxes for years 1849 '50,and 51. AlsodsMed'for .

..1Mlg14P'($ tbYOC4! .I'icrt con.jwccsarily Ibe .(uve'nf :.mftilarr'tforJ under JiU.eal*. J... ;;Ws Hay,, 60 bbls! ,.Flour, 6 bhd!_'Wugni'; 18. Taf per"additional list. : "I
J.1fetlcf' ,.'nr rana 'Jf .n nd 'nfl' a .cpnfldehs.o in GI. n. liCCl1t'lIpnliI6'.trIJncil'ltIor guardian.oftena .- ,**? J .' ;' ..e'8Ec. ,M ';; 35bbls; CrRcklr ,60 sacks Still, and 124 pack ,;:"Cnless: taxes- and ezpensesare paid before day of
means by which' they ran bo bu,tam* .. 2. Be it further eaciedTfit all goardians ask. I n
, the only : ability HUll _hit" delci' gars 10 B. E. Cam, 10 boxirs O. Hurt, Huodrjrpacknpcs '
free mulattors! thai) barn R CANOVA sheriff and
of ex-off.
,
free
cd und&ierjiviuatcd J ,mined his nomination. Th! question first if.1 negroes, or power BurllHgatnu & Howk, and others.
1 shall look with much interest for a'n ac not chietjy to'bo sclllud, 1 Ij likely to be whether to sue for and recover all such sums of money'as are _Tax' Assessor and Collector..1.c i 1' .

, count ol your proceedings. certain foolish letter* touching the' right of, or mulatto may,hereafter and shall be have owing the lo sjqch control fare negro over or such free 0 TO LET.Adwetl'og : Tax Collectors ft ale. '- ,I: .

i am, very rcspectlully, In this at 'hu lime tape House and Kitchen on a lot containing .
Mdopled citizens country, free ,or free mnlattoes, as is possessed by J virtue of the power Tested lame by law I .
Your friend and servant, negroes of will be leased
ground, for.the
bf the NiUivjsl el.chenKnl.tar counterbalanced guardian in other caees. term AD' shall expose for sale before the Court House .r. .
\; FltANK. PIKHCE.Hon. in tlaCathedral o( twelve 't'afl.-The premises are situated oq the in the of St,
. bvhithaong held oiieor ttcollgliitd tapers "Passed the House of Representatives July 5th city Augustine on the first Monday of :-i
J.UcC. Wilkmt 11. Brown west side of the river SL Sebastian and
n. known
U. ,
Aycr, as Jan. 1853 the
at Vera Crux during a Catholic pro 1848 passed U> Senate July 7th 1848. Apjwinted following described property or so '
*
"td .t "' Mrs.Hanhsms place, adjoining lot of Col. 1 .
&lqr. cotn rfltec.VoaU J *> ? cell.o" i by the Governor,January 8th, 1848TAXESIT4XE811." Humph. much thereof as will, pay the State and County taxes !
reys.., It Is a .very. desirable.. 'situation. for keening and the necessary expenses doe thereon. !

\ .go ,tile Senard.Candidate. Go,. Footc, Mississippi, hRS issued his I mucn For cows terms and apply poultry at this, and goo. land for a pet en GOO acres third rate *had assessed-to-the-heirs of i I

Col. TliomaValldill, ol"Faj'cticvillo, has proclamation convening the b'git4atur on WILL attend every day (Sundays excepted) at June 19, Ib52. office. Sebastian Espinoea, above the head of North River S 1
nubluhcd a card in the Carolinian retting Monday, the 4ih .y'ol' October next., The I my Office in the coon House until the Itt day of : lying partly in section 42, township 3, S. K. i '..

" iurtb his reasons turn' supporting Ucn.tJcoiu reasons fur this whop given in the proclamation. October next for the purpose of. collecting. the State Tax Collectors, .&. range 29 east,and section, 39,township southranjje .

Uc 4I: are, that a Congrexxionnl apportionment has aud county taxes lot Iti52. > :: virtue of the power vested in me by law I shal '29 east Double taxed and advertised for non pay- I' 4

'1 1 o by the Observer of, this dayV date not been made and that the condition of thaJStuto AU unpaid taxes after lit October. wjU. be subject. BY for sale before the Court House in the ment of taxes for 185Qand 1851. Also assessed for 1 I J

. that 1 nave been named as-one of Ibo Vice Trwtsury is such as to require early to levy,.advertisement and sale. city of St. Augustine on the lit Monday 'of January, 185 as per "additional .' "| '}
R. B. CANOVA Sheriffandex- Unless and
taxes are paid before day !
1853, the following described expenses o >
property or 'so much
Club
. ttcoltand Graham reIvulljf 'elialaiIJn.i
k..tI ul the
1'lc. officio Tax Assessor. and Collector. I.I.C. thereof,will the State and sale. : 1 I 1
, and
4Utsluce..< The-'*political i -- II i iExccnliou piy county taxes the '
,ti4rffledin Fla. t R. D CANOVA Sheriff \
of Pries InCtIua. St. Augustine necessary expenses due thereon. and ex-off. ,
Ultstlonarjr
" cjiimuJU of an bumble private citizen are 01 I a St Johns Co. 14th,August 1852. Tex Assessor and Collector \ :'
) !I' 4S603 acres third rate land, assessed to FrancisJ. s. J. c. t .
ijy consequence except to himsell; yet 1 cannot I'. I I Avice being the Buena Vista tract, nnd lying in June. 26. 1852. .1 1
IiiiRCUITCOUaT.:
concern lu bo placed m a lalstf. position bclyru On the 1st of May elephants and horses were I MONR sections 48 and 49, township 9 south,range 27 east. 1 i j

the public, ntKl with such lights us' i now fiavU prepared and.two regiments ut infantry wt'ru fUbeca :Barnett Compt. ) Ix C H1CE V. Double taxed and advertised for non payment of taxes Tax Collector Safe. I I.wpY 4

I cannot act with such ut 1Ur wiilg friends as under urins, by order of the Grnnd Moudiiriii; r.'' Dtft.Bill for D.vorce. el for 1847, '48,'49. "'50. and '51. Also assessed virtue of the power vested in me bylaw J
deem it their duty to hid in the elect iot, olUen. from Mio propuratiom th U weru made/; every Richard DarntU .Additional LUi" for 1852. .a shall expose for sale before uVConrt House in- i 4

&'UU lo 'Ibe Vivsiduucy ul ,the UnitedSiuta unit fxp .*cted Hint it was an expedition Due proof having ,been made to me thntRicharJ, f.:Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ot the city of St. Augustine on the fiat Monday in ; ',:'

*. In cwmnoi: uitntnu wbijcs ot thuplncu. it pi i tut rebels: which was .lilting out or a tie- Barnett the defendant in the above case resides out of- sale. v October, 1853, the following described property, or I '
'1 was opposed to the nomination olbut. scvntwnsto be mudtt on the rctror.! of gome' the Slate of Florida to wit;in the':"arll of Lbneiana, I R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-cfikio. so much thereof as will pay the State and county

Scull b)' tiiuyhiK$ N tionu.Cuuvtftition| brigands. It was soon. huweverundvr sto jd, it is hereby ordained that the said.Richard Bornett Tax Aiiejior an! Collector s. s,c. taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon.

lor HMSOIH nuicb "'eull tbougbt wuru lusur* tltul alL these pruparatinns hud bem ordered appear mid plrad nner or demur to this Bill filed in June 26, 1852. I, ,150 acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. 'l. 1

11t"uI.Uabl. Alter tub nomuiuiiwii when ullar. fur execution ol Mr. Schocfllcr. Tho tiiundu> said case uu or deface the first dlonday nf December --- Clarke. being the one half of one tract, the who : '. i

& .> were .wUUUIAWJ the iiomiitev. i withheld riti fen ring*hut tin*'Christians would ctfdcjvor uexl or the wmie will br taken as confessed against FORWARD) & TOWLE tract was orginatly granted to C. and G. Clarke .
him: Provided,that a be publUhJd in tome pub.jic ,
an)' turiber cxuressiuti ol uP"IIUJlIJUpaug that to rescue llicir M$ sito wry by force, wuhed |oIntimidatq copy the other-baths returned by BIr. Jacob MickkrlOUth
ol this
the of
State three
lor ATFORNEYd AT LAW .
newspaper tpace AND SOLICITORSIN of and bounding Moses creek in section .
ConviuUoti bud on being
stint : ibis
tnu btiulherti incmUrrsot Jhcm by divpluy ol troops .
ih aid first
mouth I* fore < i Monday ol December. i
1 Miiutaclory ligiits, itnd thai lbu vumu Itgnutitiutd When bis; inlctitiuis were known, all ihu August 2d, A. U. IS!:. CHANCERY. 4G, township 8 south range 30 east. Double taxed -
in duo time buetiby loo u.utsc. ol I town showed tbu greatest ufilirUon. Tltu J03. B. LANCASTER Judge, \5\2i2&2H&S85m;! and advertised' 'for non payment of taxes for years i

the party,. Tins hupe bus ,nlli.bed.luul i ro> '1 jailers,.the prisoners and all thoso who had Southern Circuit Mate ot Florida. FLORIDA. additional 1U49 50. and 51. Also assessed for 1853, as, per '.,

|;iukto bay I unIdIiupIuulLed. *Tttt nomination I uny couneciiun(a wilt lie MUsiotiary, expressed \V. I. A. FORWARD, I SIMON TOWLE. Also !! '
with the ntohttiuut ts accepted.' 'llus was their Borrow. aud regret. Xotce. Late of St Augustine ;aai. Florida. ,
it iiitttcr ol course. An) piruiit 'lor politi- The ma-idnrin was apprehensive of a no', APPLICATION will e'lUadeto the General As. 150 acres land,being one half of a 300 acre tract

tat| prtrltfriitunt would luivo uone as mucii. I and hu took up his position on th? minim rtsKttrioundcd next sedition tin reof (or a charter ART UNION PHILADELPHIA ,originally granted C and G.Clarke,the other 15(1 .

&\uud, tend Co. could' not have dune liis.k4II .- .by! his tru pall ready fur action. incorporating a company to 'construct a.Uail- acres is returned by C. Mier,all of which Is situated
: road ?* the Peninsula of Florida uudr the style Incorporated by lUc LeI"I tnrc..f'i o'n Mantanzas river being section 31. township &
aero ,
:iie b. tut .W1IiCI. 1 Hunk h inlutd into ,1'I'lw coriugo of the martyr was uriun:eJ ilf.t ,, /
1.1"1% ictJer u.oceJuaj.ce. I urn loici-d lo theIhiCUIuU tho fullowfln. i'hiann<'r. 'Ucf<,ro him nmruUfd aBoldicriJc'arryihg the Florida' Kailroad c *"paul'" FOR THE Pennsylvania .oath;range 30 east. Double tatied and advertised
10 14ili I t:5 .' 3m. PROMOTION OF TIlE for for '51.
August : ;-: non payment of taxes years J849, 60.aad
bts triro-auil board affixed pole
tlittt tl.u uoniiucc, Wilh t n to a on JIlTS
I tends took the rui.,luiiuus ut a compromise which was written. 'Nui &thsa rl.diuJ-U I! .(!. I ._;'It..nlltl'D. .. lJ .OFIIIGjj'. .'.- TIlE Alo assessed for 1853.as per additional liat.
loved: II. but iu"t the n h I"n of Jesus. V -.' .1. tJAt I'LjJ STATUS.OFFICER Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of
-nut Hut they principle veto pruliibllioti nguln ; i LJCAT10N: w41 1 U- made to the General sale.
t.iy luted puwur uud lliuiuiuiuui.uts ut ..I.i! ;it European pricxt named Au;u<n t has dared A AtMiiilily ol Florida at IIH 'next mi<>n fir"an 7 Si P. B. 8'ierifTand officioTazAosessornndCoilcctors

tat. bttvr.'I'iiu I I In cnmc here rl.uidcstincly. to preach nnd w.iJnee .'- act amendatory the clittttcr .of the Atlantic end 'llrsnv 'c. niREy Pretident. WILLIAM D. KELLEY CANOVA ex i.e. ftI:

iiuliimore Whig platform it brondUiUjtli ; I the pfcplu. When jriC'ie.ihe( (iliIt.bCd Gulf Rn.liontl company. Vice JV"i*"', EDWAKD P. MCTCIIELL Tre".. June2G.1852.r I

( miU fetrutig.ft.ouxU lui'Ull Ulit Uijiublican 1''t'r'II.IIIhll crime is evident. Let Au. August 14, 1t' 2. 3m. vrer, E. II. DUTLEK. RecordiNg Secretary .

ftbigftH'AuitrtCii 10 'lainUiij'", "lid'J I gushill have. Ills head cut off_ an4 tru1t10.. i GEOKSE W. DEW V.C'orrencndiug- &ec. An Ordinance to explain certain parts of an Ordinance I I
10111 aK..1') ttut lieu. Jxuuuid nut .}'rmg on II.L4tehlS use river. Fourth year ut ludu; lust ot.tliu Valuable Laud: Cur sale.p -- prohibiting Hones and Cattle from going j

in buiul iiuilid down ttt'i y .\ourd.. !Third' Moon.' Eight soldiers with drawn' .". M lib! buLcsibrsItkrsft'rsaka tract of land eon- MANAGERS : at large within the City"1 St. Avgiutine. ,

Id.4 clinging uu ibo other suio. Tiiis be Ants brt-s, msircbvd, b) tUe biJo ut Sir. iJrlicellK-r mining 1U.UUO acr.-s, located in Township U. John Sartain, Charles Toppan, James S. Wallace Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alderman of '.

i'4 du. Uu uppruacnes with grout cRuI.un1' one Infndred men armed with mu kets nrl.mcrs It. Ud E. near fix mde-crerk which empties into s't. Charles Macaleeter, E. U. Duller, Henry S. Patterson tie M. Avgitlinc That the Ordinance. '>
known of ,
River three luilcs below Picolata, cud City
Johns ,M. D. Charles G.
,
*tUttiiuwil uK under each arm,to bait IliuU : formed the head nfllie procession two Grant." Leland William D. Lew. prohibiting horses and cattle! from going at large .

\ :"i-rn squatters and Kurupcan puuj.eu. elephants" formd the rear ground. as A the vinall lluertas portion of said tract is> composed of Hnm- is Fdward. Joseph P.D.Mitchell.Stewart,John M. D.. Edwin R.Cope, within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed aa. ;,
S.
II Ur ii. 'bcutl u elected u lnu.l bo by the Un arriving nt the plnco{ execution, the) mock timl Swamp: -the' rviuaiudrr is Pine land with James L. Claghorn.Hart, A. M., to subject surb horses and Cattle city withiA here- : ;

(ni-ou 1"1II" nomination came from mirtvr, leil 'sit hill Knws. kM-ed 1 the cru>ilixthiue a luavy growth of$ pine treed iher -on. 5- after described boundary to a fine,that Ire found at 1 j '
tut quartern and uccurdiug lo 'Jung establishcxijwU liine-s mid nt Uie r'qul.ait "!' thu executioner GERO.NlYlO 11UERTAS. Every TVcmber. for the Year 1851, large within the City vix: Within the City Gates ': <

$ ) tiiuiytvliis Iriuiidit must bbttro untiluni he took off his *oil "u.llurn'd down July 3l8i 1852.Aituiiiiitlrulrix's. ": Will receive, fur each Subscription of' Five DOLLAR tiouth and the Ut of tbe U.S. St. Francis Barracks '

the loatts and iwl.It would bo un | the collar of bill wtit. ThU cxvcutioiiur,linv. a print of North, and within any part cube liver on the Eastside ,
his bands bubind lub. fralu.Y .. HUNTINGTON'S "('IIR($TJANA to any part of the Western shore of' Maria
,piulclul; ,in iiim to licit) them. Tins puts tha lug uUl'f\vardt laud AND HER
niul said to him, Du your bu int i- pennissioa of the Hon. the Court of Probateof CHILDREN Sanchez Creek of said City. :
leader in line tile :
ot this
rut tut* precedence, .,ck, martyr ., B Passed io Council Hay 17. 185 '
dt. Johns Conn will be told, at the Court
Win. ILiJewarJ ut wln powiblc. ty Engraved by JOSEPH ANDREWS Lotion -
ts the nominee tno >s .. quick ns EMANUEL Dx MEDIGES 1
manJarin whh was informed llou-c in the City of tft Augoetine, on Monday the AND THE
COMPANION
party lor UM Presidency'in' 1866-' *tid lilts 4o. uo. replied the I I Mayor Pro Tern.
of !:. at 12 M. the following real
23d August
M. Schcettier hail said, 'Fol day A print ofHuntington'i "MERCV8 DREAM'
furious conft oracr b split into, atoms. ol what Attest
of the Estate of the I late Domingo Urina deceased
the byinbaf', und tI..ly vtrtkent Estate- Engraved by .A. If.RITCHIE, New Yorio ( i
The Uidoisutjhu 8utos,under tbeConstitu low the signal ot to wit: A lot or parcel of ground with the CHu.lboE&, Cleik of the Council. (
; Or the choice of
'i ho was any Iwo of thefo lowing
lion should be the bound. signal
given UI /y our fathers the third Kiyeii.The buildings therron situated in the City of St. Augustine .
iMoUp ul everretutlican| wliitt. With tbeolsbuu baud of the executioner trembled. Hit : and bounded as follows, namely. ; on the West. Four Splendid Engraving, n ordinance to amend aa Orditmuce -. \ ,

IlCUt,, *tly conceived, I cannot Un.semegreat'thniige ]: struck three blowjsol hill sabre on the nvckol by George Street; on the North by lot of Darius 1.-JOBS Knox's INTERVIEW vix : MAST A prohibiting Horses and }
.
>s pakxcs over tny it itid* his ri litnnud Was n t lenslh obliged cut Alien ; on ,the tiouth by lot of Jatues Usrlbert, and SCOTS,Painted by Leutze WITH, l-ngraved by QCECX Sartain.or Cattle .from solnff at large within. I,'

aid In the. election ol Jeu. Wi-lic-U Scutt.T. thu flesh with knile, in order to detach- the on the East by lot Joseph Pacrtty SC'Dlor-aid -RcTH AND BOA, Painted by Rotkermel,Engraved- the City of St. ABffastlae.
VVADD1LL. head Jrofa..ie bud)'. : lot containing one sixteenth of an acre, more or less. by Sartain. Be il ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of
i
obtained the of M. I, ; I the That it shall also )
FnyrtHYilIcJul/810,18;3 Tho Christians body Conditions C'ath.ANTONIA. 3.-MEBCT'S DJLM.PainledbyHntingtonEngra- City oJ St. Augustine
'' u'Ca m"I"'u" *4y*,'"ul. \Vaddillhashcrelufure .I tkbccflk-r,but the head was throwli! into the I HITCHCOCK,Admrx.. ved by Ritchie. be lawful for the City Manbsl. to report to the
I,i been luutid;- 8t ,2l t July 1H52. Mayor, the owner or keeper' o1'any hone, mare,
been K lirm! ubig.*-FUtridian cjJvur river, and hud nol afterwards Augustine \I. CHBJSTUKA AND BEE CaiLms,Pain ted by Hun )
and better,
also cow,
----- gelding cult or mule, any
-
-
tut. tiagto,Engraved Andrew..
I
N.Y.S'f' Limit Creditor &c. I ,
Notice to bull, ox or calf found running at large within the
, ,. d, persons indebted to the Estate of Peter C. AndacopyofthePhiladelphia the City of St.t Augustine ; contrary to the proTI-
It Oow.ll Cobb cmocrrt ? To.jtfake lriuie Vlncjjar. ALL ., late of St. Johns) County, deceased Art IJuIon Reporter, ion* of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses and

We projKise to answer this_question j tho A correspondent ot the OhiO Cultivator are requested to make payment without delay : And A monthly pamphletcontaining a report of the transactions 'Cattle from going at-large within the city of St. )
aid ofuur Pl' tnt.1't ,"" .I t '1" vouches fur the merit of tho following recipe further notice is given that all debt and demands, of of the Institution, and information on the .Augustine." J

The aivuuiut Republican Mill. take the for inn king'viuegart: whatever nature against said Estate, moat be exhibi- subject of the Fine Arts. Passed in Council bruary 7th 1&?.

Ilnd. :1 'T.akoJ dr d mix ono quart of molasses ted within two years f om this date; and all Creditors THROUGHOUT. THE WHOLE WORLD. E J. de MEDICEd. Mayor Pro Tern.
'S
Wtiy 1 U Democrat and ot Legatees and persons entitled distribution,who shall 00 Attest, ;
howell Cobb a rain water, ono pint
ihrco Kalloniof ( ) .
'he flit present their claims and demands within the said The Art Union of Philadelphia awards prizes In 1 'CIIASJIAAGER.C. c.
; 1)iijocrticcausC and stand for lour
liepUican-llq u list ferment ,
yeast: ": if period, will be forever barred. its own Car;cllet with,.which original ,American .L-- -

, aueI'ut ais Hcruo andKk ho1fiiirUwoVe\l tfnfesvvjth a few 1 weeks,,aud. thee: Lvu.tha,best ol vinegar. AU business relating to saidsite. will be transacted .. works of Art.may purchased in any pan of the 1'. Billiard Table and Ten Pla Alley; ;
V % office podf "
-tibcnn lfin icrntic by iny., Attorney. E. B. G.1J'sqr.; States, at th* option and selection of the persus wbxnsyobtainaprizeatibe i Uk i f he Magnolia Retreat, open throughout' thV i
withholds his pntrdnapo from the c : "
I or ELIZABETH ZYL9TKA. Admr. '
the TH& U&tV MSB. :-'In.the, eastern. part. I : u __ : .6L day aad .Evening._ .
I papers tod gives U to Waff pa pert like I Ddawa.n country In tnis estate* there resides I St. Augustine, July 17th. Iffi t. 8wka Annual AJI sir I Emu. (' NOT 29 no48tt: MIRANDA.

"lit publican: that's why Howctl is it'Democrat, 1 man JMwned,B-, .now a Justice of :ho 1----! Which, takes' place on the. Ettmng ft last weekday < J ilOTICE.

.iud. the likes of 1'' toula niver saud a Peace,Ain 'a very sensible man, but, by common THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR.A in ecery Year. .' .'

lletllt f"The I consent tho ugliest looking individual MONTHLY JOURNAL, THE EXECUTIVE. COMMITTEE OF TIlE HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors, Heirs,
Lees dtr will take"the tand. Why do ART UNION tS .others interested in abe Estate of
the country; being long gaunt, tallnv, and DKVOTCn TO leWCCLTDEXrBOKTICCITVU, AND Legatees, -
you gvuUesnen,.' consider, Mr. Cobb a Demotrait with n gait like ,n knrtgaroo. One day The General Planting Interest of the South. When so requestet,select works of Art,witHoa\charge ,Henry Kkmne late of tit. Johas County dtcnled.t.
away and the or compensation from their that on the expiration of six Months from- the date
Reccr&i.Bocttier, ta tha first place! ,-he constituted he was out* hunting m'-t a man on on one foot ot and mountain alone DAMKL LLfc, M. D.:, EDITOX, FREE GALLERY 210 CHE3NUT STREET,' hereof will apply to tbe Court.f Probates for the

us his organ until we slabbed off in roadsha lon.er eaumer uglier, bv all odds D. REDMOND. ASUSTJUTT t ITOL 'or, those persons in the country, who may live remote County of St. Johns aforesaid fur a final settlement f '

the Convention ot ice iftih ull. He has given than who hitmc-f.was Ho could givo, the 'Squire Silly Published on the first of every month at Augusta, Ga.. from Galleries,or public exhibitions of the of my accounts thereof.with said Estate, aDd a discharge' as '
administrator
Fine Arts.
us all
luc patronage bo or his agents could' aud beat biro. at the low rate of FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr.

..*' w, to lire utter discomfiture 01' the '&en.io. Without'saying a word, B- raised his ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN' .ADVANCE. Subscriptions of membership. $5, ibId be Dade I f St. Augustine February illst 1852. 0 1
priotl-but' : with .
ru..uiD'
argument and i1e:1iberatcllevclled it at the strati I "" L ..
us. i...k.i ..uo. as early as practicaDte, so as W enuumemoers 01 Ti
advertise TERMS -
M.-j Cobb continues U* : of the "Reporter," whic will be fore Opening-Orange*, Lemons Ap- 'h
.
numbers
tathj ,Ad bu the, of tbetrcutetl er, O.it COPT, one "01 Sec Cones one year. 05; .early Now
.. j-ib work For God's cake, don't shoot 1 shouted the year. ; warded, the receipt of the money, to any part Potatoes Prunes, Pea *uu, 'aBiMrt\'d
'& & TwEHTY-Fivx Corits 020 O.xz HCXDXXO_ upon
Oftieea this office one year. ;
. e at alaim.Stranger of the Preserves,CoD tctioaar, Began Liquors &c. j
'11WP'bave c. ms out boldly against Pierce i I man in great' COPIES one year. $15. country. foisubscriptionsor March 27 B. E.CARR.. )
' repled B-,'I swore, ten years All subscriptions mutt comounce l ill tke V.I... The Honorary Secretaries will give receipts _-
aart if ThW'oa't make him a Jackronwe if I mtt a man uJlicfUlItn 1 wnPi < remittance may be made to
cvur
that CASh SYSTEM will be adhered to,
THE rigidly
.
rr.uQlat are at a los to know whaVwiUand ago und tire the first one 1'vo GEORGF. DEWEY, 'McetlBSt.-Private Rooms,SitliD If
him the be onleja the Public
about you an-l in no case will paper sent mo- : for ia
; I Corresponding t&crelary, temporary purposes, always .
.;lu Mr. 'V blt. ut..' nry accouipanies,the order.AdJress ; Ketreat.
out. r, Cbesnul Street, Philadelphia. readiness at the Magnolia
We published violent assault .J'tte stronger, after taking n careful surveyof WM. S.JONES. Augusta, Ga.. i 210 NoDo 48tf S. MIRANDA. '
of Gen.'Sc tV yestergibo bitS rival,* replied'Well I, captain, if I look I Ii !'otice.4T I -- J\ulice. -

Lute, on Mr. Webber leading organ, the N. \\ ;1. i any \vorso than you dd, shale! 1 ..un't'UII.; I oticc is hereby given that six weeks after date, iCO is hereby given,that six weeks after date Notice.

inking fur cliur* iog him with to live no.longer.'-/uncter backer. '1' I will apply to the Hon.Judge .(Probate of St. Mot will apply to the Judge of Probate of St. Johns Q I\ weeks after data I will apply to tbejud .
higher "ageL' I -- __ Johns" County, for letters ot Administration 'on the County for Letters Administration on the Estate of Probate of Putnam Grouty for letters of Administration

OTsot!! !him!*1"*rtsCutl*"'"' org*%. .nthe- -'Detroit Tribune. }' The tears of a beauty are like clouds floating Estate of N kolas ri.nches a minor,late. of said County ol Nicolas; 'Sanches a minor late of said County. deceased on the Estate of Feribee Tbigpen, late. .

S wt1 a over a heaven of stars bedimming them for deceased. I of Putnam County,deceased. ..' '!
I'utAncoUcz&nsto c as Mr' a moment tb they may shine with greater BARTOLO PONCE. \ MAURICE BANCUES.. LUKB. JOHNS : iPilatka i
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., -. IttultieM Directory. i iHotel. For the county of Marion, the onfint Monday. in Tax Collector'" Sala. I -Ig''AI31LtTY--RECURITY.PERPETUITY.: FOBWABD' & .TOWL1>
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1 On tit. Street north of. w .4
? ] George ,
/aRMl December.
} ; ff virtue of the vested in me 'by law f9OOOOO. '.'TTOR NEYt''
< > Y f AT LAW 8
door north of the Methodist and the eec power AND l
and of Mtchua Levy, on
i the Public .Square one x .For the ccaniki IH8VKANCECOAPAH7 > : fJC1TOf
Jtj shall expose". for sale before the Court floiif THE MUTUAL LIPS ., IN ,
Cburcla. pnd in December. CHANCERY.
Monday .
j I' the first .....
in the city oi des Augustine, on Monday Of
On Lane North of the third Mondayin
Florida Haute. Treasury For the county of Colombia, on the described OF NEW YORK KO.3* WALL&.,
Public ] 1' January, 1853, follvwing property or !S !J1
I the Square. December. will the tatekandcoa ET Aee. nul ted Fmi o..llt, 1849t $900.- rL f .
much/thereof as : ILID41.
: few th jo pay ..
and Street St. on
City Hotel. Oa Charlotte Bay The U.S. District Court, at Augustine N'
and
i and the dnetberroa. 000,securely invested in Bonds Mortgagestoateal ,
I
East the Public taxes necessary expenses WM. A. FORWARD; |
doors South of Square. firetbloodsffa April trUION-TO-y
I Planter Hotel. On Charlotte :Street and Treasury Tilfi TttAYEfiO31V f3 GUIDE. 3699 acre third rate (and, assessed to Santos ) estate ID tbiaeitr and Brooklyn York, aad and United stocks Late ef 8t AsftuaUae, East. Florida*, fl
of
New
annexed the Ro iol'lIftr Pun's Lakeland lying in' fifthe State and City .,
Lane north i Public Square, to rignea ; section
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.t Florida House. ort! ROUTES FROM CHARLES N. 45,township'12"south, :range 38 east. Double States Government. -. ART UNiONIncorporated OF.
'I. DING HOUSES.Misa axed advertised for non payment of lazes for This foadia rapidly) increasing by>> a widely extended PBILADEt'Plta:

j Fttioi On| St.'George Street, a few doors Frost Ckarleiton:to New Tort. 'Leaving daily at the year 1851. Also assessed for.lSW' as per"Addi I The and Company prosperous declared bt> DeIS.a dividend of pro6t1.r6t1'I Peunsylras tr; ilalet.... .f....

t i South of the Court Horse and Public Square. 31-3 o'clock r. x, By Steamer to Wilmington) 180 tional List.U.less the3lstf : FOR THE is..
G. N. On street of Bay and 162 miles.--To Pe !i I tare and expenses are paid before ty-two percent on' all exacting policies. on PROMOTION or
1 Papa Bay' corner milea.-By Railroad to Weldon : : | day of Ja 1848. 8RTS OF. Tom :
t Garden Lane. I teraburg 63.-To Richmond 22..-T0 Acquia Creek ..Sale .1111110 lllry.Profit, are divided amongthe .51&N IN ,I

I DOCTORS 70.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to R. B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ex offido Imared. I1l1lTJ.D.. s''d T" ..'

: Doct. F. TYeecl a. Office .at hia Dwelling House Baltimore 40_To Philadelphia 93.-To New York Tax Aasetsoi and" Collector,a.j. e. The premiums are payable in cash annually,semannnaUy. OF'YICB1l8. ,'I:
Pi on Bridge Stre lt.-,_ 87. Total distance 771 niilea.Time 60 boon. Fare June 6..1853. l
added the C. '
lho'f
j Doct.laAa B. Pict. 1)Ifioti SteorgeStreet, 8 O. or quarterly. interest being on CatzY: Pe.ss denf Wttrrta D 4

t few dool'lNortb'ohbe Court House.DRUGGIST. Charleston Tax Collector Safe.BY deferred payments. : rae Pruideat Elnr.au'p'. b( ? '
a The "Southerner" (Steamshipleaves The cash ..this Company secures E. H. .
principle adopted by ,, lITer. Bvn.n.l
virtue of the rested in arlia
the o'clock .. pow. me by law &crf
27th
tenth day after of April r- j
every the for whose benefit the insurances W. .
I P. C ZE.I,.. Chtmirt and Drnggeat! Charlotte Thro in CO hoars. Fare (53ste-Room) $35' expose for sale before the Court House ia are effected to parties the whole of the advantages, without Dltwzvl..mprrr ,t Sur; r A 11GZO&Q& 11-:
I
, Street. From Charleston to Pkiltdelpki--The Osprey the city of St. Augu O.. on the first Monday -C l ,t t 1
I oIl subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated
MANAGERS '
January 1853 the following described '
t leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock tT. : property :
LAWYERS. so much thereof. will pay the State'' and premium Dotes.Persona John Sartain.. Charles Toppan. .
.x.through in 60 hours. Fare $30. county I James 9.
effect insurance their lives W
I Counsellor Law-of&ce os Artilery due thoreon. may on own Charm Macaleater
E. B, teuJd. at From Charleston to Nero,-<aa., Leaving' dailyat : taxetendaeceaaryexpenses and in- H. BIltWr, HtartS.Pi
I the lives others. A married woman can
Lane.- 136 One Town Lot in the city of St. Augustine 100,M.D.. Cbaka G.Leland
10 o'clock A. x. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta ownerunknown William
\ cure the life of her husband,the benefits of which art D.Lei '
t IJ.A. Putnam. Attorney and CODUCCUOTt.1 : situated on Marine street Joseph D. Stewart,fi/. D.
miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By adjoining ,Edwin R. 1
secured law for the exclusive of herself ebU-
,. 1 Law,office Picolata street. : : Macon and western Railroad to Griffin' 4 .-By lot of J. W. Swiuney, and leading therefrom dirert1 dreg by use or Fi'am. P.Mi tebeJ.I JMctubrr. S. Hart,A. it i.1
George B. Feirlankt., ,Attorney and CoonseUor at Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery: : I south to a lot of Frands P.' tfanebes, returned by '" James L.lashoea ,

' aw-\-aicc. hi. ,Lbe Coart House. 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Orleaoi Peter BeneL Doable taxed and advertised Jbr non Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries Every ... for ttee tl
166. Total distance 1,006 miles. Time 123 hoars. payment of taxes for years 1849 '50.and 'liJ: Also specially invited ro.a. fhemselvea of,a resource Will receive for each 8ubcripUon 'l"ear 6f
.PUBLIC OFFICES. Fare $39.50. assessed for 1852 ar "additional' list I whereby their surviving familes may be secured "", a print efHUNTINGTON'S JPn, .

j Put (!f ce. G. E. Llambias, Post Master Court I t'nlea. taxes anal l expenses are paid before day of, rora the evils of penury.Pamphlets '
) I From Charleitonio Nno-Orleeuvis Savannah, sale, I explanatory of the principles of Mutual "('HRt tTlAliA AltO bi : t

1 Surveyor Geaerett Office. B. A. Putnam Sur- I daily at 9 A. x. By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. 'R B.CA NOVA, sheriff and ex-off. Life Insurance,and illustrating it* advantages, with CHILDREN .t. r
of.Artillery -By Central RaibW! to Macon and Western Kail- forms be obtained at the office o t E-V.H4" JOSEPH ANDRB
f General,on Hospital Street.eoroer Tnx As< 4 v road to Barnesville 40,-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- the of of ita AND THE : '
J tncand Hospital Street. I* Company,35 W.II.t., or any agents. 'WMPANION .
Land OJie-A. T. Node Register1 of Public By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile Tax Collectors Sale. TRUSTEES, A print of H..' II6t '. 'JJBRCY'g'DI "'
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Lands.-office in the Court House. 331. To New-Orleans 166.Total distance 1,032) BYYirtlle' the power vested in me by law I Jos B Collins. David C Colden. Ba.6fWf!ly A.lI.lll'l'CHIR N.. 0.
i! TAw. T. Sutell. Receiver, office in Court miles. Time 77 boon. Fare $39.50.MISCELLANEOUS for sale before the Court House Wm J Hyslop., 'Alfred Edwards, Or the choiceFour deny two at me Gr -

I House. TABLE. in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of a H McCnrr'y Wm Betta 8peadJd .sapay__
'.Jo office Distances.i Fare Time. Jan. 1853 the Ered -.... a.
( Judge 9f FrvUte. (G.Hl1mpb Jge.) following described property or so Winston Joseph Blunt viz :
t I :' in the Court llouee. I, To Athens, Ga., 321 m. $7,95 30 h. much thereof as will pay the State and County taxes C W Faber, Isaac G Pearson, 1.-JOBS Kxox's Ivruvuw iron M.or_ .

1 j Peter B. Dumae. Clerk Circuit Court, office in Chattanooga: Tenn., 445 13,13 31 and the necessary expenses'' due thereon. John P Yelverton, Henry Wells, SCOTS,Ptimttd, ,Ionize.ttsraae!Ir

I i the Court House.. "Columba, S. C., J30 4.00 8 500 acres third rate land aanecscd to the heirs of Theo Sedgwick:, Wm Moore, 2.-Roza.xnBoiZ. P.atedigRtierstelRa' to .

Ii. ad B.CcUtl. 'Sheriff and Tax G CoUectoror.I ''Camden, S. C., 142 4.00. 9 Sebastian Etpinosa, above the head of North River, Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, It S.rt.in .

I. flee in the Coon House. "Hambunf.S. C., 136 4jOO 8 l lying partly in section 42, township 3, S. tt. John H Swift, Jona Miller, 3lIuc" Dassxpriablby Hiiatiayto.. 'ttved
I Collector of Cuiiomt John M Hanson,office.- "Memphis.Teun., 740 8.oo- range 29 east,and.eetlon39.township 4south.range John Wadaworth David A Comstock Rit Ji _

;1 Planters Hotel. Passengers for either of the above places leaveCharleston 29 east. Double taxed and advertised for S M Cornell. Robert Shnyler, CHwarusA ttaa.nCrtnarwPsT.tfj '
t .I .,. On Howard office in daily, byS.! C. Railroad, at 10 o'clock DOD pay Gonv M "
1r i Intpeetor of C.Il. meat of taxea for 1850and 1851. Also! aa* sed for Wilkina James Chambers tiagtaa, Ba.r.NlJt.A,
Buildings Market LX. 185 J John V L Tuckerman And a copyofthePhiladelphia
t Howard square. i< as per"additional list. Pru'n Joseph :",
:. /, H. BroKto Judge U. S. Cour Northern Charleston and Florida Lliie. Uuleta taxes and expenses are paid before day oisale. Fred Whittlesey) Moan H Grionell. Art Ualoa K.
District of Florida, office in the Court Howe.'thanks. Charles.Ely Wm J.Booker, A pionthly pampbl Icontaw..r A S

f G.R. Fat Clerk U. 8. Courjt, office in R. B CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. John C Crugtr Eugene1 Durilh. actions o the Institati. and report af .'
THE SPLENDID
.. NEW ('ACKET STEAMER. iaf'oTDJatioa."t
the Court House. Walter Joy, Yr.ac !II
Tax Assessor and Collector Lathrop, subject of the Fine Ana.
S 1 deputy Manhal. Goorge I. Zchubanr, office in FLORIDA, June ::16, 1852. 3. J. c. Alfred Pen J 0 Thatcher. TIIROUGHOiJT TUB WHOLE WOl

I the Court House. JOSEPH D. COLLIN, Pre idtot.I .
L. M. COXETTER MASTER.
I \ JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Tax Cull < :: t'i Gad. Humphreys.-office in the Court House.Get. IS NOW running regularly virtue of the poWf'r'tllf'd in I BI.U.NT, Counsellor.G. ill own Caru'-catet with Philadelphia awahfi prrg"
law I which
me by
Is fkillipt, Notary Public-office nn fny I oa the Line between R. FAIKBASKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. original A
for sale work of
before tin-Court Art be
I, Street, a little North of the Market and next door Charleston, :Savannah and the eily of expose House in I q 16th. may purchased in any ,.".,."
St.
the Post office. I the St. John's River. Augustine on the first Mead.y in States, at the option,tad selection vf theme
to I schedule J October 1853, the following deacrit ed property or : way obtain a prize at the JI\t\
1 : CITY OFFICER : The following has been adopted which so'much thereof. will the State and jOOf I 1{ l1n 1tfliiS: *
i { :t' Mayor-Gad Humphrey I : J I II mows the hours" of arrivals and departures from thvarious e I pay county .Al"uual llrlImiioB,
taxes and the neceseary expenses due thereon. ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. IYbichtakes place on the Xtenlig
Lir *ce AnJreu,V .' : I IJ ports : tfthl4lt
; Paul Ame, \ Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, x. 150 acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. !

'E. -e Medici. ) At d trmen'i Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at 4 M r.x. Clarke being the one half of one tract, the whole TlJtS ESTABLISHMENT hero TilE EXElUlc.J'lIrM'EE.. (#

: F. J. Qa iaeey. J ': Leaves Jai ksonville every Thursday, at 10 a.x. tract was orginaily. granted to U. and G: Clarke, .o; iny tiiMJcruiinc Thorough Repairs this ART UNION, .

Clerk of tie City Council Charles Haager. office Leavas Picolata every Thursday, at,2 J'... the other half is returned by Mr. Jacob Mickler south present suiton, is now ready furUcrptjuu When, so rrquestet,select works of"rtWltUt! 'IeSd .

at the Council room. i I I KETCBKIKO, of and bounding on Moses creek being in section ; lit Company* FAMILIES AND eonipen Tioa. from theft w'

I. City Marshal .*d Clerk of the Market, F. P. Leaves Pilatka 7 o'clock 46. towiuhip 8 south, range 30 east. Double taxed TRANSIENT UOAUUERS'.cati have spacious FREE GALLERY-J10 CHBSXUT STRMt
every Friday, at A. x. and adverted for
Feireira. non payment of taxes for cur those:: the
ill
yeura1B49 iiurtinuiis. i person who
Leaves Picolata' 10 I, country hIIfli1t1t i
50. and 1.1.:0
PORT WARDENS. assessed for 1852. as 1 mourtn>uiGalIrrie..
Lrivrs Jacksoitvilleevery 3.' per nr public rxTiibitioiw oftkt t.
Friday,at r. x.
additional list. Rooms Airy, Clean, mid Wentt -
'! /. C Zylttrat Cksrlet JItagei',Ja$. E. Pmuar..a Loaves Savannah 9 line .\rtll. '
Saturday,at A-X
.a', A" s Itself flint" d handsomely.Ifotlilus .- "

1 AUCTION EKR.: The FLORIDA has been. built under the special supeintendcneeofCtht. 15O: acme land bring> our,hnlf of 300 \Vaiilinj. I I I t3ubi'riplion of m ;ultt""lip. ... Phil be.atb. .
Coxetter and her a ft"ft't.netoriJCinaU
,
rperd andfor
os 1 ;eo.Center,F. P. Ferreira aid J. A. Strii cha. accommodations )' granted to C- and G. Clarke the other 150 The Hot tie is i well known aa being re enily ad early a* pvuciicubk.( ( to 34 tu e "i'll11".t s
Passengers ;
I are utsur1lassed hy
f t': \ any boat ever, placed on the St. John's.| Freight urea la returned by (;. Alierall; of which is sjluntcd i Cuilt, Expressly with n view to the nccuiii- early numfwrof the -R -wrier," whie ..ill.. '

: 1 *. MERCHANTS.Bttrlinnme I and passage as Ji'w ashy any other -line. Any fur on Manlanza river being 'section 37. towttthip 9. odiion of. Incalldt and other, being entin-ly warded ujton the receipt of the monry, to aav ,
&. Howk-Corner; of St.. George information ran be obtained by applying to rill south range 30 east. Double taxed and advertised built ofVo u!, with Looms cotmt-cting, FuMing of the couuliy. :

and Treasury Lane. 11I1"r the undersigned Agents. for non payment'of taxes for years 1i49,'SO.and '51. D Hr:. &c., which roiuj ?rs> if Free from The Honorary Seen" ties will gi,f.rr cei4tft .

Gbfroitgh.E.Carr. Wholesaleand; Retail dealer J W. CALUWELL Charleston.E. Abu assessed for 1852,as per additional list. Uaitipticsj Fin/plan;*, Blinds to wiiuow.i subscriptionstartrntittaaccroar, Itv tuaJe to f. f

of fir.U; quality Family Urocerira al! kinds Li- W. BUKEU. "avannnh.BF.LLECHASSKEJc Unless taxes and expenses: are paid !before day of through, opening nn 1'ingzrt Promcn.ido Two UEOUUK. DEtYIX .: I
quoru 5tc., No.2 East aide Charlotte Street, North FIN CGAV, sale. Hundred F'i.1. ProKclion from Rains eolt (:UI'Ttsj1'llItling.r'rrt; '
.
ut'Uie Publiesgnare. .. Jacksonville* P. B. C.A NOVA, 8 It'riff'and| ex officio Witnsdc.! fnnninfi a desirable KKTRRAT from 210 Ch.'shut Jireet PuziiJelphia" ,

.. (Jc*- et Gurt. ealer in Staple .and, Fancy Dry R R. REID, Pilatka. Tax Assesbor cad Collector. j.c. confinement at ail seasons: of the year.- t
coodVVst side of Charlotte t few doorsSouth TO POST.UA8TCR9.TIIKnn'lersqgneJ ,
a .
street
April 10. 1853. June2C,1852? The House is situated fnriiitf oath in central I '

i Seth Treasury.V. JY."' ", ,Lane.,,,. Wholesale: und Retail dealerofDry Y virtue ot thrpnwrt vested in me by law I An Ordinance to explain certain purls''oJ'ai' Ur- The position IInu, and. c'lnlahl15 rrtirrd from ICII00ns.-\\'ith other D"'r addition tlinl. I OS'I'C'F"'IC., Pout master& 4 at I'A.tlP&1'ka.1I' Batt;' ; I\

Gbodjand Groceriea. Grocery store on the _, shall rxiM>?e cur sale be ore the Court |!OUH> Jintln.e prohibiting Horses and Cattle from .try land,was the tins j prcwii

I Ground floor of the City IIotf'I-Dr Good Store, door at Mellonville on the filet Monday of Augi'I' at lar,!e within the City 'f St. Auguxtiiie.going al Parlour-, Dining, St'utuK i'oouu-.aiid ron*, the U. S who conceived,and nndrrtuok i eztead 4p I
Charlotte street, Howard1 Building. | the ; described harts .f venienees in general Foi AixumModatiun the .
.next following ; t land or to to pnblisli. idea cf upptjinyall port t ..rAA 1 1i
( Mitset S. 2c N. Pinkkam. Dealers in Fancy much llwrei" f as wll pay the taxes Jut! thereon the lie it Ordained hy the Mayjf and Alderman nf nut Lo surpass d. i cheap stamps. All stamp made by Lint use nt '

Goods, &.e. opposite the I'lautcn.Hotel. 1 on East: Slate Florida and Co; :nty Oiatige for the.ytorI the City of *1. Avgrtlitie, That the Ordinance Tim well rained Reputation thin Il.ntve ranted equal or superior to any other that eta .It I

tide of Charlotte street. I J851. to wit ; prohibiting horses and cattle front going at Urge buss from 1'ettrlu'ear ncqtairvJ.it "ill bcth- procured at the same pricr. ana whenever isj m .,
Pedrti Dtntt. Dealer Groceries. Provisions, Scorner c. j 750 acres' of Land in Toml-ull swamp. belonging within the city of St. Augustine, be so continued, as I Pfiiprieln'm. i>.\VI > ,sin to xustain and m-ut out in any way drfectire or atis&ctar7,4
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of Cona and tit. George street.F. or supposed to belong. to Wm G Foot returned to subject such bones and Cattle M,.!! within hereafter fur the liberal Putronnge Lercti'loro= she re- plicate stall be forwarded, on notice, .f,ji
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'/. Qcincy. Watch maker and Jeweler, on by Benjamin A Putnam.I described boundary to a fine, that are found at turns !la'r tdank.N.. ''charge. All who order a sat of stamps,vmczat'
\ T.' George street' nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. large within the City, viz: Within the City Gate*,
t :. TAt Kekja. Retailer of Boots Shoes Caps,I 1. Also 350 acres belonging! or supposed to Ltolongto .South, and the lot of the U.S St. Francis Barraeks The Tal>le will bo supplied wi'h choice roa DATts, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty ptt.aJ'
'
Hats and Dry' Goods, east side Charlottee street,, Chariot T Goberl, returned by William A For.ward. North, and within any part of the liver on the East Gume Oysters 'CurtlrFt"'li, Lucks Venison shall be kept in stamp adliblttun. j
t '. side i Turkeys und :hcll Fb: whi.'h at this lime !I AdJressPost J/uler'Plnlllt GroveA&ffatfI
corner of Charlotte! street and Treasury Lane.' to any part .of the Western shore of Maria .
I, Lawrence Aadreu. Tailor, Charlotte street, ( Also, 9HO acres belonging or supposed to belongI Sanchez Creek of kaid City. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or''I Co. au --

I near the Fort. I to Robert Marlin, returned' by B A Putnam Passed in Council May 17,1W>2.EMANUKL more Hunters, sporting exclusively for -Ibis AdmlBlstraf .Bale.

John Utina. Boot maker Charlotte street. near J BI IpON., t3berift".Dd Tax Collector, o. c J. Dx MEDIGES, House.! .
>Y
th!'' CilV Hotel. I Jan Jlst, 186 3. Mayor Pro Tern Horn, Carriages, Ponies Guns Fishing B permission. of the Hoa. the Coart/ False
.ot&
,I' Michael NelliganCabinet Maker, 'Charlottestreet Attest Tackles, BoaU fur Excursion&e:. Johns Cosay.wii be.old.stthiCist.

i ,b low Temperance Hall. I TO LARGE PLAlOTEItS.Valuable 1:ell. HASCS.Clerk of the Council.An Very. Respectfully, 23d House in oT the City of At Aaguadae.oi M.oAydt '.
day August le
.lllt M. the 18wiar-
. 'Jd..lI1o..tr..J.Iack titiiith; and Gun Smith, near PROPRIETRESS.H. .
I the North Gate of the City. t ; Tracts of Land for Sale. ordinance to amend au Or- --- I Estate-of the E.tateoCtbe late Domingo U4a* ...

1 1 f 1' UK sultsrnber as Agent ot the several owners prohibiting and B.-It Is the wish of the Proprietress ceased ; to wit: A lot or parcel of groan* wsAAr?

{ Bawling /lley. Liquor .and. Refretkmmlt. by tillers for,sole some of the mos. valuable lands Cattle from oing at loiIreva.l1l11 that tbe Servants attached- buiidings thereon situated la the City of SL Aaw

i .\ F. Bridier. Ci.y lloiet. in East Florida, to wit : the City of Ita. Anvusilue. tu the house ulioitld be civil tine and bounded .. follow, namely; oa the Watby

I I Philip Gomtx. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, I 600 acres valuable hammock land West of Fie m- Be '/ ordained by the .Mayor and Aldermfn five and l1alua atteu- George Street ; on the North by lot of ft*
of
II &e., j Charlotte street, oppuite Bridier Bowling ington. known as the Gibbs Landin Marion (:o., the City o.1t.. Augustine Th:, "t i tt Ahull also o., Allen ; on the South by lot of James HarUwt,!*!
<< the
on East lot Sralorl
I Alley. 1IUO acres near the Alachua Savanna. known' as be lawful for the City Marshal, to Kiiort to the CARMICHAEL AND '3DREIGIYG lot by Joseph Pscetty
I I the Garry Grant. cxntahiiig. one sixteenth of an acrej more salts
iTIACHI3I
the
Mayor of
owner or keeper horse
I : STAGE OFFICE. t 1400 acres in San Friawo I'ammock near Newnatiiville. gelding; colt or mule, and also any any cow,"l1are.heifer 'unJerssigned hare beau appointed agent Conditions. Cash.

!I Office *f tb Picylot Mail Stage. Bridier'a City known as the Lawton Lands. bull, ox or calf found running at large within the .H. of the owners of hia invention,and would recommend St ANTONIA III rCHCOCII'.AtosL' l

I Hotel. Several thuiuaud acres good and in the Arre- the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions it to Contractors. Companies, or Individuals AUllllti,21st .I", 1M59. < .
dondo Grant. of "Ordinance, who about doing work of the following --- 'c .
an prohibiting horses are description
andstele
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( CHURCHES. 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Anguline ADAMS & CO'S
J : /; from going at large within the city of St. ,riz:
Tomas Cttkolic Chunk. North side Monnmcnsjuare. known the IJulow Plantation having 800 S
as lupaahne." Extensive drainage of Swamps Marshes, and ?u- S

I acres of open (Und suitable for cane and cotton. Passed in Council February 7th, 1852. gar Plantations. fk

I Epi 1eO .l.Chrd. South side Monument square.PreibjteTun And ffveral other bodies qf hammock land on Ii E. J. de MEDICEd :Mayor Pro Tem. Building Levees around Plantation Towns, :4L :

t i Church. On ,St. George street, navigable waters. Attest, Opening Channel way and removing Bars at the <" ..
South of the?quare. I,I The titles are undoubted and terms low-.Apply CIIAS. HAAGER.c. c. mouth of Rivera and Harbors. : I! ;

j Methodut pit4ojud Glutei, Su George. arse t,"'to GEO. R. FAHIBAKKS : Making Canals through dwaibps marshy or sandy' L ., .. .
1 near ;the Magnolia'HouseTERMS Pi-b 88 IRM Ft. Angustin'.Florida.IITOY 1"01'
i ., Billiard Table and Ten Pin 4Her. ground. 'NL 1 V.UTIKMD ; J.
.' the Magnolia' Rt'tr-at. t Deepening water around Wharves and Piers. ,
open throughout
'Iuz .olleclo Jalt. : the ,
OF COURT. EASTERN CIRCUIT A .4>> .
day sad Entunr.N..lqg Keeping O channel through Lakes and Silvers 5SV
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OF FLORIDA. virtue of the power vested in me ly law I.han way 1.t OICLE4.S8
I for sale before the Court House po48tf S. MIRANDA. ; removing Rafts or "uDk'n Logs, tearing op EXPRESS.
expose .
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111 G TMM. .f'1
'I, in the city of. dt. yiugtuUne; on the first Monday of I Roots of Trees etc. .
For the Cotntiea of Orange and St. Lucie at Mel October next, the following described property or ro['I WOTICE. To pe'sona desirous of improving waste lAW h by .."-. ...:.1';'

C i cnville, on tk., first Tuesday in April, and on the much then of as will pay the State and county tax et, f S HEREBY GIVEN.to all C/rditors. heirs drainage this machin can be be recommended u the 16,18 & 19" rmcss; A .;J
Wall
' 1\\ ,' I tl ii Tuesday: before the. Cm .U' Dda1 in, Movrm> and the nece.,eary expenses due thereon to wit: i iI i I 'a Legatees. & others interested the Estate ' 1 I. $neacb and I Henry Klonne late of Johns To those who st.. Cu
: St.
, r. every year. I 40. acrea being fix parts of a tract of land aa* 'County'deceased are building or repairing Canals or 5 ;' !
For the county Putnam,at Pilatka,second TueatjhiApriL tested to Yeses Gomez lying on or near the S t. that on'Ihe expiration of Months from the dale* drains it. will be fopaJ'of immenae valni*.aa it will ( Slate uIfcnJultirooreat. New tJAr",Ct., .). "

:I Johns River being in Township 6 South Range 27 hereof I will apply to the Court'Or Probatea for the f deepen the Canal,andat the same dine form an embankment ., ", Baltimore. \ "

For be county(U.rioDat Ocala, fourth Monday East Hection 10 of private surveys one seventh part County of St. Johns. aforesaid, for a final aettlemi ot ,I or levee. Pennsylvania AT., W" inICton. ( .'

//1 of ApriL I I consisting of 83 tart ia leturned by Philip Gomez ofmy accounts withsaid Estate: and a discharge..1 This machine is used with either horse or steam'power 7 Fourteenth It., Richmond, Va. .

.(. 1 or.the counties of Alachua and Ley..t Ncw- i Double taxed and advertised for non payment of administrator thereof. I I which can,Increased to any exte-t. j 84 Witsbingtoa ,.u Boats n. :r

ri-ifTille, first Monday in May.r'ortbe I!I taxes for years, 1850 and 51. Also assessed for I I FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr.I They are stow successful operation ia all>parts or 72 Camp st.. New Orleans. .
t \\1' County of Columbia Alligator, on the' 1852 f:! as p"r"Addilional List. i I II I St. Augustine. February aist 1858. :he county,and may be seen at Charleston,South Car. !

1 8tco.CS Monday of M ay. I If I I Ij Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of olinia; Navy Yard Pensocola; and oa the Canal between by.&br. Florida now diKbnlni R!, '
j t 1 For;the count/of Na..". at Narnu C. II.,on th* .Jr. NOW Openlar Pranger., Lemons Ap Galveston and San Louis. Lard Crackera.P oak lie iiaCO

I ;i I \VednesdaybcEcrethe fourth Monday ia ala, R. D. CANOVA Sheriff ard ex-off Pttatoos, Prunes, Pea Nuts, anorted By application to J, 8. S1 COR. Esq.. oar Agen. I dean, with a full an't' t .
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1 t +: 7! For the county of Dun I. at Jacksonville, on the Preserves Confectionay, Segars. Liquors, &c. at Mobile for the States of Alabama and i kept at tbe assortmi fr articles -
Tax Assessor and Collcc'.or c Florida a lowest a.1 .
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s. CAR
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ourth Monday"Ala March97 {prices by
B.E.
I ry CARR. drawing of the machine can be teen, with information -.. ,
r i f '!, For the CoVaiy of 8t Johns, at fil. Augustine, JUly 3J, 1852.: --- auto. the cost,etc, I C.mdi .,'011. doe.-.aow ca-

j.. I (\D\he second Mcaday In Jane. I Public BSeetlBff*.-Private Roomsfitting July 12th 1851 pent, Sperm, Brawn Soap. U=.. -A
1 for ... _
{ TALL TIK*. T oils Powder, &c. \ temporary parposes, always in GILBERT& SECOR New York AdamantiDeClad.. .Starch, White Led 11I8II"9 I
j II' For the counties of Orange and 8t Lode Toeadar i Cle ''ela..d' Tooth Powder English''I readiness at the Magnolia Retreat. I I i asortel Paints,at retail by .
Nov
l before the fintMbadarof November. Dr. 29 no48tf S. MIRANDA.
l : i. ,Colotu Water French ..Soap.Camp'ior Notice.t I Marea37 S. &CA
J Forthe, county of Putnam, at Pilatka, the second Sap Hooey Soap assorted PerfnmestPhilieome Notice. g Iv week..ner
1 r J Tu -iJar before the first Monday of November Oil, Bears Oil,toilet Powder,fine Sponge, I of Probate of Putnam County for letters of Ad- .
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once is
I For}.bl county of St. John, on the first Dr*, Atae Water V hereby given,that six weeks after date J ministration on the FAtale or
Monday Hair 7liitary Shaving >apt l 1. Feribfe Tbi oboe b **
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will apply to the Judga of Probate of Su tiProLUKR ,late hereby giver that six weeks afe*
Johns :
:' ti I in November.) Brushes of Pataaan County deceased. 1
Roger's Perramary Club ,
I
Straps Jockey will at8
County ; fo> Letters of Administration aPPly to the !I .J..rp f'PJCf
the of )
of Nasran
on Estate
1 For the Thursday .
I county before the &e. Also, an assortment of Roper's &. Wetter ol Nicolas Sancbea a minor late of said ;' JHN8 IGbD8 .County, for lentn 01 M .tl! __
third MODdaorNoyember. bom's Cutlery,' Fancy not.. and Path, letter Prper.attetailby ceased. County de- Pilatkal5ih May 1852' Estate (Nieofa. AlimlUlult.J ..i ill
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of Dvval .
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