The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00108

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.1 : Governor and Congress.ColxU. I General Taylor hid been con+uli'd severiiL: Alter nil that I have writtenlonient .th fly' '-. ;:

,r } Democratic Victories \ Maxwell.. Ward Broome. times by the Secretary of War, .bout thcuulfexpeditipn I m the subject i.r.uch.1Jpc..nua-. .' I

THE ANCIENT CITY. Our latest from the Columbia 30 rnaj. 2 maj. ; nt first ns if it would bn com it- it difficult tu"uelie-vn that t nil} 1
{a .. political i Alachua 60 aj. 65Dural ted to him ; und it was inquired, whist force peeled J i undertake"* lhegn, whl* ;
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North :h of 'thee .most cheering character.- j could bV carried I I ;)ti "" )' "" {
331 273 341 274 be spared<< frVtr> ,thafwtjich. ... up nary rrtert '
relied with much coati i ii 5.'57, '* ***>-' f' te'1iaain. I ,. .
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'' Pennsylvania. on'" tv*> i.v... ..tOhio Nassau. ,61 ,,w X60' -* .-' ,- ;11-." .... ntJt; !
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',.. ... .... ..where Gvu.'S. rz recently t St..Lucie 6 maj. 4 rqa strength ; '1 mi satisfied 500 men porjegiment main, nlrt'slhiunse'i I I ignorant of itt if = .

't, '. Uvering some. of his rnoatJumlnoul_ and blarney ( Dade would be u (large average<< uf t:l1 caves-nntung when su viinily l ntftrctn-u .interesu g 'f
EQUAUTT OF riDKBil. JUOBTS AJID DETEBMUZtKK81STA.BCE fied speeches H 1 has eJified him with a rousing t Marion Ul 253 5 239 .267 5 m1j. the volunteers. This would give, .including to my ('IJltf e. But however much 11 aity '
dO orOSL THEftLnoniii Levy maj. the force little short-of (9000 men, personally mortified land outraged lit
t < TO A majority of 15 to 20,000 for the democratic _iBuuru' !27 193 ,194 1'6 cavalry ( (bet.,
rt., of four members of;I 4iernandoMonroe 114 64 M6 -. 61 106 or adding 4000 regulars, ((our present strength .pursued unprecedented at leash tn oar u' '

ATIONS. candidates: and* a gain 66 162 ,74 154 is nut SCuO,) a total turret of 13000. Leitv ng' history I will carry out in good Janh..,...;:, >

'DE.oeRATIC Congress-and Indiana which they even-!expected Hamilton 30 me). 20 maj, the very moderate number il 3000 lo secure I remain in Mexico, the VH' 'sof the ...... .

! i. ....g. .aD-4h. to carry. has! piled up a democratic 'Madison' 61 maj, G8 maj. our rear. I could hut( be able tu march brow n1llltJ though 1 may be sacrificed the fNc. '

PRESIDENT. majority of over FIFTEEN THOUSAND for Jefferson 119 maj 124 maj. S.iliillo with rescue and unexpected' meansut I deeply regret to find in y iur Iu1i.f .....!::
: FOR i Wakulla 164 151 182 127 the head of mure' than 10.000 men.' 'I. \I lirv 3dj tu MHJufGfiiurul Butler nod mf..t#,

PIERCE u Democratic Governor. ; ;./ 4. Lepn 332 396 .341 378 This .waa'Tuylorf' iiriny. nnd the question tin wlknion l.nn> p nit on licn, which l\.r ;;}

GEN. FRANKLIN *. Gad:$(iea 409 432 402 458 was how much of thia force could bu solely I tntt'bnt c'uwtid"r.us nn iiiHinu-itiun that iot.ji!

\ ; OF Nt\V iIANFS1 Ilf E.. Florida Right side Up Franklin 8!) 167 .. '92 168 taken to ucl on the.Gulf. (say Tumpicu or Vera '. put invsell willingly I ounif the reach Urns*)'. :

i '. I : We have at length returns from all the Counties Calhoun 79 70 72 79' Cruz,) giving up-the plan of inoVin>; upon'the cOllllnunic:. UD"I. 1 b e>JC leave o rriftak mr* $' i
I Jackson 369 248 31.6( 253 this point !1! the ..('these
cite ot Mexico by Sun Luis. On movement troops in this d'
c a in the Slate except Walton Holmes und t$ 124 130' fert 4 f
Washington 79
t. VICE G. and own march hither "
nTay my ,
1 'I' FOR lor-says : were Undertake
Counties! the fame Holmes I
/ KING Dade ; should! these give 1 Walton Mn thu latter case, the general line rot the tor public rca;"ns, fully set forth Hmj ti. ;

i R. mtijofitU's now tug CABELL that they did in 1850, I Santa Rosa 240 142 237 152 Sierra Ntvada might very well be taken ; but i 1 tons to Ihu AdjumniGunerttj!. .ijiwut ihetn U-+'":i .

I I' tlixwELLthe democratic nominee. tor,Congressis Escambia 249 212 234 225 cvt jn then with the enemy in tbrcuni 'front, i in* m'td.iru.l pone in u> fli..u luraatmN 4": ,I Ii
I I elected by about 100 majority and &ROOME it tnikht be ini'trnden: tuile* ch to .unpicu. i 11111,.. lo Vera Cruz should Inu K0Vcruttlost's<

i' '., f ; YAH1.....a. democratic nominee for Governor over 3,210 3.415 3lb7: 3470 (I hit! was the point! tit' ('.mhar ktUu": for virus order nu expedition to that point tee kna "' i!
I Jtf. "' the 3,210 3.187 Cruz) so (large u lorce us" 3000 or 40QO particulittly : ( OOOrt. uliirsTand 20<)0 volunt' er0 whack |- 11i i i
ELECTORS. cnnvnss
i' FOR bus .
i been
WARD by 100 "Jorit) The ot the cnpliuu required.for that op- reported mitf.it. be pared lot that vtisx.: : I
'- l 3IclNTOSip/-/7ttta/. bus been 205 :;3. : 1 haH tht honor
I I i cQUEES. an exciting one and every nerve t oration.w lu tar sir, vetj'your rC'pt it'.
"' ) the ilny,but In the! cornties reported the following were the i Aram n-cufrtnjr ii) the pnj'ftci! expeditionto uL 'dlcht :5'fYtlUi. \ ,
J l J. CARAWAY SMITH, of Je.fttlon. 'straipcd by our Opponentstocnrry. : i' ,:
figures for ItiSO! : Vera Cruz, cm thc lath..1 Ni v<'IIHH.-I, wjiilt: Z. .TAYUiR.! ..
r Mil. 'JIvSSE COB o/ Jackson the days ot uhi 'um in Flun'Ju wo thiuk urc I' C &tU. Btard.j 1 lie "ul'lml'd..o| limisuif: lo lhnJaIlI.Scot -Mr,j--r Grncrnl U. P. !1. iomat.indwjv. ( ;

: numbered. Dade!, 12 ,,- 3 11 I Itfchnrs was not nppoiiitit" until laic in DccumU'r,) he Mat j'. Geii. Wi FLLD Jaur, Cwim111' '" !
Our Candidate.bavc manfully and! successfully 108 50 I, '.\ be is. 1 llnl 'IVx i s
t I"- s say ;- torcrot 10,000 men rannoi -p .Il'a. e rt111 'JoI, :is. !
I .. sty. Extracts,. Walton, 154 99 I| trout th hone of Sierra i Muilre. Four thou- ;..ii
I. .m t every issue upon the slump nnd have : thc But it wutnoi iix'rclv .Ihuqnaritiimfttaken : 1
i ; 'Feott June, verdict of To their : s ull1Ja}' b.: ':.:cct..J to :ha: : (Vera Cruz.) and tram him but ihe.nuit of I I
E. C CABH.I/S opinion of. received the approval. 274 1521t2 : I f Hon. the f t'ft!;C?e sixihousnnd fresh troops trout, the United t hich itse'4! .. !
his ,and npp m ti/u f have Iud
12th 1H52. "Scott has a padlock on lips able and courteous' bearing niul n pe.\Io argument I I M'gael : J j
l Status: w.-re added tit rut linn, lilt '
stands : piopur effect
of Seuard in his4i ee. he, jiMrl.and \\uakeniiitf! 1"vl&orlnd ol I
.1 I winciples bVfere'tbe': country a. the candidate of the higher'law much of our success is tu be attributed, 122 I expedition might be: undertakvu with a promise ta..nVitia l Ii-ss: titan lire t: ouaf
arty" Florida is no longer a Whig Btntc.ani! we trust i uf iccesu.' tack of >aii:a AUIM'.S iwvnlt ihu>ai d. &'*!- r''i !!

he election of!cutt under present circumstances that the'vote upon thtul'IesidentiulEkctisu will The Connecticut' Election.The : I Here the matter was >imply ant 1 plainly laid task rrguin-nt ...m Inlor auVni rw : i,
'be to continue the Government in the hands !down to inn government by u gencinl \\ |h..1 month lu serve; MIIJ could nut ltierrt rffi* f(
would !
\ how calculations
has de- show far behind: ll.eir Mere I return: from' Connecticut continue ft- 1II1IICfl".1 |
until their fanaticism i had never fail I d pnmiW or nn '
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Fr" Soil party expected :" wr\u '
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vorablu for the Democrats. nijMtai f 'I
.. ; could Ninety-five towns, j jin
that by
I those who thought COTT any king.Vaii Uflla Anna Linking from Situ
jibe the heart ul Mexico
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: f troy I whirl have been heard from give fitty-eight pU'dthwr | : a !
, ; "ii, did eeemstrange" that any honest iu the Southern P\ew Yurk man I possibility receive the vole ot Florida. If our I j democratic, twenty ulght Wni/, mid ciijht diviued Luis, with Ciu* r elt.' on Ilio,(me ol the Sierra rust con-eqnentl by otiu-rs taatf umuUMllsfrvfd. 1 :

I I could support' Sco l. As reported State ticket has ret oivcd) i's iiundrcils,our ['res :, -giving the Di-rri'-craN thirty over the idru.. to break in u! SOMIU weak point neat htu hu retain' d lliem. Ih '. i"
.. Timet. l d.',. 1i1 'olOm- lIien'iuh.uIIIIJt: It Gr.tltlll-
: idential ticket ougbt:lu receiveits; lens= of hundreds Whi the the lesz's of.dl liiut l ill'l.c'u '
1l CUUaCjUCOCU twine .t'.u.l''c'J"'lh': ,
: 1 .Henrv-Clar on Military Rule. [ Duinucruiic lu thirty-nine Whig. Thu puac. "It.iJ ;IU"l, 'j.
VvoiiM himxvfiii
I mujorily. probability it.i 111Dt 'hq Di'm<**rns h"vf' c..rrie'd gtuuu.l-Tuilur nottocn bantu AIKI.I'J LIt>!W.n' ,!U"cua Vista. wr tlaiili!' :

,, I I \ s At this early period ol thu Republic, keep- tiu! tilute.; 'i he. New Haven ghler hllcr: !If'.r. Kiurul: in the e.l.f 3'cxico.! iluttcii cithur. tto Iltul"una '1',,, I..r thutieurxns4: i (
the dtvgen hich badvLTlurned TorchI.oht Procession. .1 111 're limn 4'Ji'O men from Unit line. But wlltt' -ruduutrer .lhe Tmril amV r'. urltt Itl.j: ,
ir.v steadilj&, in view I rum their h indications, that hu State is -Sts: .
a 1 believe it Uoo> \i. :JcuU.1u.. un &u cr:uHat: 'l'nlbr'1lIe ....
oll.cr free hot, tnu list ; Si-cui.il 1'uusie lut F"
Kins .
toi I'u-icuainl Cirtrsf Standard. I
every > '
The democracy of this County celebrated ,;. n | -r -F!
be ESSEKT'AL to tho lusting presercation oj taCOTT runs cpo; ,tnm.irgM, ajid in thc ab cnce "I l ;ncr.. :'IIi the liuuessuetnvalry.tla. + i

our lu liberties, that a man, devoid of aril taUms the election of thu Dtmucrillictlot, ticket on I ; ...n" C1JD K-"" UiSII .e.4\'D Taylor, xvlm, \\'i'h.ut IK-IIHT "t'Jlri""el..f! ** n tV sent to :hi.u '.:I 1Iust, :'tuer.'tlr. Vitt'i'nh ;

mid offering no recommendation but into Thursday evi'iiinjj by u Kraiiu toeu"lilht pro REIMS'. f coining, had mnrrfml to. Viu.unu: with. 'a.. du- N., Curtna,3lisk: ,ippf ;and l.usu.saus; .. '
founded on military serener, should nut be MM re.-sion, firing uf cannon &.c. The (proceedingswere I The New Vurk tierald gives another chapter firfj (.,* 'it" t'M's **e"Vt) ri p'-rr i.- "vA t'tnr, ;...,0/.,,t'! r"hla. 'lu\J tiers reiI'It:.I-t to M : I

lected tu administer thu Government.. 1 be. clioructemuJ: by the utmost decorum and from the documentary history ol'Scoti, now J Jon fur em:,..tM ..;"'U'i"ra Cr uz, sh.jut.l tim government (rum 1'a) .tlt" liad toj short u time lu ssrta Wreauii : I

; lieve so vet; and 1 shall consider the till)'. of tile in the War Dt'p.iruniMit. Let thu sulol | order an expedition to !hit point, tin- : battle-lield' ut the cuy of 11ert4"

;, II the Commonwealth numbered WHEW AM UPPU fured off finely. Florida! has, been undui the .Biers 'Old; Znu ruad lie following.: It was the lurcu (:!UUJ rt gnlarsiinJ 2UCO votuntecr )-.vjiich where tin- war wat.I.. buJe.ji.led; anJ 1&. f-t..the '

I '\ \ SITE PKtSClLB IS ESTABLISHED.!-Speech if //. control of od' p.iliilrnl!'opponents fur ntnrsevej intrigue ot jScott: that ptevented General Taylor 1 repoitud nii;.:ut t Ixt inured: lot hat SCrvICU.JII .'- cnl thiu iii.mtf (runs Tueblawni awn It!:.,

I! '1 Clay at Lexington Ky.t July 19, 18:17v- ycitrs and liiiatwy \\cllln: culled llicnioiu ft out eiiterng the cilv ol Mexico. 1 le. 11 of neing; s.-ttisiuil: I I.ath, tutu number the arrival nt ihs '/i.hui' trifps than tin oast ,

e ,+ Mallory Life of Clal.rwe K f.hft' thc ear ef J: bie! ,,. General Taylor's movement on Monterey :j whIch ''a\"lu"tllfJ'l..hl; Mifticiunl for hon"s'lt'UlJ ; :)tutC, wit cli he hu'h' turns takin 'lt11 --" I

;. ) lunderi'd Gen. Scott distressingly! I restive, and \\ the troops co.ning IruullUc( Ui>iud A.U'IS.Su'tt :u m.ikc" liB ill.rell nn :hit city III 11 txl'Y k J i !

\ 'If, indeed, we have incurred the Drinc displeasure The Storm. he u !tlre<: -ed the Secretary ol war iu a pluiu beiz''d mile! uce.iainii, w.'h Hit consulting 'The cunwq-iem-c ot taking tile te hat.:1 ;

and it i ill necessary to chastitu this live missive, showing that hu no hors er insisted Tuvtur, and ., illttn: re apllng liisst.ilemunt to uamuit I rum 1'iylor:, HUH tu reduce hu ('' "{: I

; I: l people wild the rod ot Ills vengeance, 1 The central: portion of our State was visitedon on having his own time or his own way, ijiu ''cretury ut \Vu, lo step hintut ulmu: his less, than ,UOU tie'-o, in meet Santa Arch 1:<

would humbly prostrate niytclf before ilimt the 10th hist., with a roost destructive tor and that he had been some three inuiiins: in wliou! ..rlll V. ..llurui.sSSco'.t'srequisition.m.ulu: :UUUu, buiore the troops seal in rXC '0

j and 'implore lbSWAIL mercy to visit our favored nudo'hich inniiitedfeurJul devastation that ubjdnnt mood.On thruu.h Gi'iienl lUitlcr, this commanded at mum would leach him. WilY did fc st1- ,

land with with PESTILENCE, with up. the liih of 9eptetnber,1846, bo reminds Monterey, Taytor being nt Victoria, tu cum- T<."lot's voluiitfcr n-giniunts'lrnmhiwaK*.J,'

,. j FAMINE( with ANY SCOURGE, other titan on the crops and improvements of that region. the Secretary that on the 27Ut ot Jay last: he municuto in ;hat direciuin with the U..II- u crisis,_and, under such cir ulu*bU >1iH'.

,:: MILITARY 'RULE, or a blind und headless The storm so far as we have learned did not hud requested that he might bo sent to lake 8cott says lu Duller, (J.mu.iry 3, 1847):- t'tm( bunt ou their in-,m-h down nit ilw **

I enthusiasm for mere MILITARY renowu.-' ,. extend to East Florida and the crop arc equalor ., the iniiiH-cfiule command cf the principal army You will thurufxru: without waiting hear Jrun.lt, Muduu the Mas achusetts Yirji* ;
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Henry Clay'.pucA at Baltimore May 13, 1823. superior their u.uolave.rD e. ngainst Mexico, 'either today or at uuettcr from Ginerul Tuylor, and without the least ,Ijtiuismna, North Carolina' nail Sluts I '

&e MaUary's Life of Clay, pro"No e 557. .... tune titer President mny choose lo dejigtiute.*.1 unnecessary delay, in order thus_ they may be, from bill lorctt up the river to nlacdO'the "
IP / 'l'he And he adds'should the President yield tu my in time as above: put iu emu*enss'nt .Iut'th. vast expcnsu of il double IrllDapot bisitt l i i '
Tropical few hours in New York mouth of the Rio Grun.lc the 1lowm '
West under the ? wishes u and Philadelphia I troops nf'I wu inuli ...Untu"lV..1t there sucritiriiy I -. '
North, no South no East, no \V; have seen the dint tbieu numbers this will enable certain about 500 ot M .
Constitution but a sacred maintenance of the common ot me lu m.ike arrangements regular cavalry 1st and l : regiments in the velunierrs under Taj ur, .

bond and; true devotion to the common brotheih'ood. .- very creuilublepaper issued at Ocala Marion und ave the necessity of return. of urngoons, including Lt. Col. Keur'iiuy'i Mauro ut'rise States last mentioned tnat,M I.I J

." ,, r./ FRANKLIN PIERCE.: County by Lewis C. GAIns Esq. The gettingup 10 those cities (rum Washington. I suppose it troop-about 600 volunteer cuvulrv. I cur.inelied tu reject the one and take tb '
I would be easy for' me to reach the lUll Grande rely on you lo select the bu t-twu hold bat rCaiseulberedrW
ciK-iI Let
at.Hn.iiever it be
\ j r contents are ia all,respects most wor- by the und of the month.' To this eager 'ass. lenesof regufur light artillery, say Dunwu'aalnd'1'uylur'rand I the werUWsse e '
regiiiK'uts sent iu Taylor
I : Opinion of tho Bee, oil Geu. Scolt. thy of commendation, and entitle the Publisher I licitation the Sucrutiry replies that the, President 4.0UO re.ulHrHon foot, iticlu*I ring tau wont those taken from bin fcinieu 1, "

"Gen..Scott. U the special favorite of the North;the to the ftunks ol the planting communi. 'requests me to inform you that it is nut ling artillery acting as infantrythe uliulu un- inonths tu ervu. the turtuur,

i I cheriaheJ candidate of the Free&oilers. He it petted ty. .We trust it nviy receive generous: sup within alto ami gnnenu for conducting the Ije'r Brevet lin/adier General Worth nbut bad retained; theme would have uccu't'hint a.J.a."

'I i If Gut kept under gvardientkiply SETVA RD. port. The ub cnpi.uii price is only one dollar campaign lo supersede General Taylor in his* tits time, no doubt, u major genera! by brevet, lu thu city lit Mexico, the !luttertsst'N5
' I s and fomttaftlv.. odmmitktd: witk paternal. mlicitudem year. .present command by assigning! you to it. and assigned: to duty according tu thu latter lu and cuDpcii "o .
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>ty TKOTUAW Wtzo. In short, he is in exceedingly On the 8ih of November, the President supposing runic. p hu admits, tu await thu arrival, ofwtnrr

..I bid Company.! He appears to consort with jhoae. Another Calumuf Refuted* I Gen. Scott really contrite gave nun Un In additionPputJn movement for t.o! some arum tau U. Stales'u suoplr their per'(

: who revel; hi fanaticism, and make their politics subservient AUSTIA OCT. 2d 1852. order Mo repair to Mexico: to take connumidol point ot embarkation (the Brad's,). and to be- ing3intu Amj inn. ;< recover ins u'Ar

r .to sectional a I'&Ddil ment. The peculiar EDITORS STATE GAZETTE : tho forces there assembled, and particularly there us nbuve, 4,000 vulu-.teor infu'ntry.' frgmtuuir d'aeat3atid to 04'-

i i 'friends of Gen. Scott are the very people and emphatically of all othersshon An article-in the New Orleans Delta of the to organizentuLsui. uu tout cpedrtiou ou Wfaun Taylor heard ul S 'oti'. yVrnuns. hireturnid : a new f.,rco sucve9iivc for tnu: ilcfunet-" theicottt/ ... t
thc Bo&th most particularly rdutive the Glt coast.' lu )[., ulthouuli fittie addicted
15th ult.
I tci an alleged indignity ntclcy.and
; is natural than that she upon did Scott lay the lyunJ ilimi ol 111* uwu
should, Withhold and ;'nothing her confidence more from a candidate whoseemingly the person uf Gen. Pierce; by Col. Mugruderuf Alter gelling the plenary authority over.the to complaining, he addressed... kumhi* letters plaints, by .ruuinic away truui bins irtrt

into their hands." the U. S. Army, at a card table the evening forces in Mexico, Uc-ii. &: knowing that Hen. iiu war uu the way tu t.IICUoJ"
; plays previous lo 'thejr d'jpnrturu from thu city Taylor had taken Monterey, and had advanced IJUDQ.U.ARTERSRIIY Of OcCOfATIOS,, ) them already advaucud to Lubo.w*", i

of ol Mexico, and which was suid to have been to Snltillo while Santa Anna was gathering Camp near Munturey, (Victoria) Jan.'15, '47 $ withdrawal fruni'l'uI' Ibtne'biafJ I
the residence of
between period r
i I now:before hesitate naturalization extending d a total unA of all suffered tu puss unn-sunted' by the former &C., his UII1)at Sun Luis, perceived at once Sir:-In a communication nddrusncd tins ihret months serve/ N* in-'O can M ... ;

I sets of Congress on the subject-my mind inclines bas ittructcd my utiention. An 1 was pru unt that the position! occupied by each of the belligerents day to your !f,,ffufJi lr. I have repiiuJ, tu su IUlolb r' & ebarae*?
i the { SCOTT. lII's..r. on the occasion referred to, and remember presented a strong temptation to much of your Tetter, of the Gtn inst., and its and Soil'!
j' II 1 tp latter. diKiinciljf thu aberration Which, took bring on a struggle. between them at one point enclosures as relates points of details but '
I ; every rival, and the fact that b. wassttWJ| ; 1'
I and upon which the tae or the other. If Taylor could defeat Santa
//i place story evidently there are other and ,grave topic embraced in uiuut Tujlurlni
entering with J
: "I accept I '-the nomination upon the platform adopted been founded, I deem it proper, in justice Anna, und lake San Luis the way to ihe cityof those couiu.unicat.oiis, tu which I deem it my petition fur the uu a race wood .

1 by the\ Contention, not because this is expected it, us well to Col. AJagruder<< as to Gen. Fierce, Mexico would be opened to him. It Santa 'right and duty tu reply directly. The amount Alto and Presidency, :u '"*.lIP ;
i had the
rqe a.a candidate,but because the principles it embraces to state, that not only was there iiu personal Anna could vanquish Tailor' at Saltillo, \t lot I force to be withdrawn from this frontier, nisliuira. Moaterejr IVt:11
I command the approbatoin of my judgment,and ''I inch city offered I.. the Gen by Col. AJ. but would put his line on the Rio Grande in bis ,i and the manner in which l&i8 proposed to CluehlrnuIVCS.0I<< I f.
I believe I safely. there has been no demonstration! of intention Scolt; foresaw that the ., Whets s u: ,
with them I can ) jiu or threat manifested power. weakening 0'1 i withdraw it, had never fully come to knowledge !
'I' ;: word nor act of my life in conflict."-(Gen. Piercf* iu the manner even of the lutier. I cannot I Taylor's force Sallillo must bring down up- 'I uu'il yesterday, hinted my : Tuylor'rentuautuffurce( by Uktugthet'r:

: letter of acceptance.,.) but think thut Cupt. Me Line bus been misunderstood on that point ti.u army which had been il>awn 'I i note of November 25tn.though had; you ut general m your, teers, -(the regulars having ext'ted!beendcnian.led 'a GJ. t

I -- if he ever made tiny such slut- together to
: 01* t I I \' Election, Tqceday, November went us the one alleged to have come from joined him, hnd already thretiiniied him I I and assigned me tu duty under your orders, San Luis predicted between thai Santa Ann of Mel)! ,
attack. To let the city
him.,_ with uu Tuylor remain in a
3d 853 i
_ I mn 'Fur! allowed mu to retire trout the Held, be as- Buena
Vista UCC .
fi- I the
I sirs strength, to receive and defeat his ) seize
obi. I
am your servt. antagonist, suied that no complaint would have been. ''t V65t j'
1 : I CT We_ owe'an apology to our subscribers 11. II sIBLEY and tu pursue his victory, Scutt was to give 1 I heard Irom me. But whilst almost t.very,1 attatck and uv rwhelin Tavlur. t
Capt. and Brevet M'ljClr 3d Dragoons. his rival,'r.lurlho power to enter the city of I irwn uf my regular force, and half the volunteers accomplished Duncan foresaw und P"'jc1)f t
i' for one halt I"eet.Ve have been disappointed Mexico and put sin end to tie| war. This had (now in would be inevitable, was npp :::.... l-
in Dot 'reccivang paper ordered. Charleston; and Florida Steamers. been'the route on which it was at first content drawn fur distant service discipline,) art; with many even at Wa hhigtuli. Ii u not po J f
: We learn from u paragraph in :bu N. Y. i is seems that 1 am that the runt
plated to march to the conquest of the city of with less frubability ut such a "
expected, thin .
Sun that a new: steamer ot 450 will a thousand regularsand *****
tons shortly the ribs
\ : Mexico. The difficulty crossing the desert i escape mca.t ot ac jit.
J P''", We are indebted to courteous cotem. I be -placed the I line a volunteer force, partly uf new levies, to it the
between 'W l'
+ ; upon running anal alter being worn out by the march, to defeat bold dcfeniive study uf his life, to anticipate {
' oral of the Charleston Courier for filesot ''I' Charleston and Florida, tu run in connection a line while a large army of the of troop
Santa Anna, with n superior army alonu than in I inuveiitunt: one body ut ::.:.. ;
more 20,000
'"paMrs in advance of the mail I, received with the steamer Florida. She is one hundred restrained Taylor from pursuing that plan ut a defensive line is my trout. 1 speak only produce in thu conduct ut' tne ene ufI OP

the Florida. We tender our:thanks for these I and sixty feet ;keel, I thirty feet beam ten feet which he wrote the Secretary, he only wanted I offensive lorftho in the iifeu of assuming 'tu I them. Scat Could not shut bu i a,"z.i_;. '
'by I stroke. Shu operations direction ot San}
will.wh.eu: complete, cost about adequate means to execute. This .thu certainty, that the reduction ,
shall bo the
and WMS Luis
happy of I
and former favors, an sixtvhoU.an by March or even May with such
dollars ,
and is owned Mr. troops lurce btits
by I posture of thing when Scolt arrived at the Rio iu law than 5,000 men would '
,. to rcciProcate. Caldwell! ot this Charleston i us can be ni my deposition, is quite too
opportunity ciiy.- Union. Grande. I pre-11 linn tianta; Anna' J OOU that lay &t :;
to bs
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! Mall ArruugetaeiiU. Tax Collector'* ae. Tax Collector' Sale.
re.ult 111.'ercd fl \ t _
military calculation
While Scoti wus flrcling bill From PicoUta 18 miles distance to 8u Augustine.AmiTiJ. Y virtue of the power vested in me by law Y virtue of the power vested in me by lawI _
\tdlAngt'ufunu body. of Siuie unnecessary _Slondajrs and Thursdays,11 A. ft. t B. shall expose for sale before the Court House B shall expose for sale before die Court House

I. ol volunteers in troops fo.anoihIT DtrARM.-3DDd'j'and Wednesdays 13 ?'t.CLosrs..Sundaysnd : in the city of tit. Augustine, en the first Monday in the city ol du Augustine, on the fint Monday of

while the latlnr Taylor's diminish army- Wednesdays A. M February 1853. ih. following described property or January. 1853, the following described property or
was stripped (,f u forge portion much thereof will be sufficient to pay the State and M much thereof U will pay the State and cut uty

it to uf fats lemponirtr; troops, as well m regular : MEYER'S UNIVESUM County taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. taxes and the necessary expecses due thereon.
mid before those acclwiigt-d lor them Imdnr. To wit1
; 3633 third assessed Santos
acres land to
lived, he was assniied bv Stniu Anis with BY CHABLES A 309 acres assessed to Masters 2d being rate
ani EDrrED DANA.-Tbispe-j Joseph RoJrifuex.being near Dun's Lake,and lying in sec.
i overwhelming force and HUvi-d Irom uttpr dpsiruclion !.'pubUshed (rom the the West half of N. E. quarter and East half ol M.VIL lion 45,township 1 a south range '23 neaat. Dortfe
by Ins own ublin.e nmuilily will fiomain views of See. 35 Town. 27 J'. and EL
; valor and the quarter Range taxed and advertised (or non payment of taxes fcr
chivalry ut I.ic handful cit et, public edifices,and natural De1I'loenfJ&o..e'and containing 164 72100 and the West half of d.
f ol troop If Taylor acres the year 1851. Abu assessed for 1852 as per"Addi-
'? tad brcn defenteti aU| the glories ol the ilexi- on every continent; accomjStnied by lettrr pressdescriptions I K. quarter and S. EL quarter of 8. E.See. 34 Town. tional List. .
can war uuld huvu ,which while conveying thq most accurate 5 Range,27 and N- W. quarter of N. E. quarter Sec. Ui.Ie&a
been before
in and
; taxes day
reserve lor Scott. clothe the expenses are paid o _
' and trustworthy information, will seek to 3 Town 6 27 S and E.
I be nrdor vt hia Range contakia,1M95-1UO sale. _
t ctiuntrymeti mould have been
( the.
dry details of facts acd figures with something
t- up, nnd rctengo and patriotism could alike ,1tity of nature, and to enible the reader, while he acres Unless,advertised taxes and expeoses-.re for non payment paid of before taxes day for'of ale R. B. CANOVASheriff ex officio _
baverUlird under 8cou'_ Tax: Asaeisoi led Collector:. c.
, banners to seek ail observes the'Eistorical and poliUcaJ phenomena gain it. B. C ANOVA,Sheriff and'u.o icio.
i-jcpUnittiou in tbo heart of alexico. But Santa 'some Insight into thC causes from which hey spring.Extensiv Tax Assessor and Collector a. i. c June 26, .852. _

: Anna" fUled, aud barely, at Buena Vista.IHcott .- and Costly preparations have been made to Oct. 1C. 1552.Tax Tax CollrcLon Sate. _

Ii stagery. however did not fail there. Ifk present in it the fullest colletion views,not only(rom virtue of thepowei vested hi,inc by law J.hall

'I *n)' bud retAined bit regiments whicn were eyery section bf the United States, but from aU parts (Joliector'fj. Sale. BY expose tor sale before the Court House in _

1 idly mude by $cott to puddle down the Kio lf the continent For above a year pas J, artists have 'Virtue of the power vewed in me bylaw the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of _

1 Urundc, while others in vxhunge were rnadd to been engaged i in exploring the most romantic regions BY expose for salo".before'the, Coon Jaanary, 1853 the following described property or

t idly paddle up the Uio Grande, bavlng Uucnn of this country,'Canada and Central America and(or the in the city of St. Aus 3tine.oa. the .t Monday so much thereof aa will pay the State and county
Vista lobe special benefit of this.work and its readers, the 1853, the following described taxes and due thoreon.
1 maintained by the fragment of anrt hundred views February property necessary expense
urmy tUecoiiheqoeni e ot that fluid would have engravers ,BOW occuied on elon.fhicb above a ia due time as much tberejof as will be sufficient to pay the One Town Lot in the city of St. Augustine owner -
of North Ameicaa
uewi ii hut Scull.ma scenery I laud county taxes and the necessary expenses unknown situated on Marine street adjoining
.4 ) navejupprphended will be laid. before our subscrber,in addition to other I thereon' To wit: lot of J. W. Swiney, and leading therefrom directly
4 utter oyei throw Sain.i AIHIH and the march l\u.ua-I
I I engravings of Coiopeau, Asiatic ,'fiien.and I 13OO acres of land lying on Sou'.h side of Moatr south to a lot of Francis P. tsatcbez returned by
V.r l Uur bf the direct ruute vu ilciico.-La. han ciiies anJ landscapes,illustrated, by animalld J
t'Hrter. r Inc Creek being in Sec. 3tS Town. 8 Range 29 $. I I'eterlienei. DoubLe taxed and advertised fur nonpayment -
Jt end interesting articles from' the moat popular writers. ; 1::. Section. Attested to Fernando Fulany of taxes for years 1849 '60,and*51. Also
-M\, .,' ; Twelve numbera Win compofceji- volume. Each volamwill relumed,double taxed. Unless taxes and assessed for 1852 at pt"rtladditooalliaL
1 I.
"14P. ...:tr cpetaln!fouEteei eni 1rW Ve wote ,
'-* 4epadtcfurejIsyofale i' Sol paidbcforeday'ofaae
;' "." J"ar.7.J( "b4rI* h I' sty1e4oitwIth'hoitjweny. ptfges. of letterprtss ; #WCAkO YA b ;ilrIbtl ")fti io' : I. *xf.l. ". ?'It- .;' '* *.:\ .'.',_ .*"- .
Western Sluts (which wu\naH not nunn .-) .wg, .
v Tax Assessor and Collector I;:.'c. .R. JJ.CANOVA, sheriff and.ex tfr
5 turrItUl.alaQ "itha very f. w ;inhabitun. We put the;wri&Ji.aiihe low price of $3 the .Oci. 16, 1855 Tux Assessor atrd-ollector.s.jr. c

, \| a ) )utig tuwjvr lioni vneot the oid'SlatescniiglriU'a semi-annual volume-or 25 rents lot a single June 26,28.52- .
thither und settled in the town if number. All subscriber paying tom Vol. 1 in k .Votice.iS i -

I K-. He succeeded admirably in his pro advance, will, entitled to receive as a pie. hereby given to all Creditors Heirs, I "J' Tax Collectors Sale.y .

; lc"ion, und rose rapid in popular litvcur. mium the, .6UMrb plate, enuravrd on steel.size and oil era interested in the Estate of JOSE B: virtue, of the power vested in me by law t

,. Weluid U-nthrrv nearly tiu )ear, when be imperial folio,'Jack in OlRee,* after the celebrated E SANCHEZ, of St. Johns County deseased. shall expose for sale befure the Court Houst.

:' liitti induct-d u printer to come and print u picluru of F.T-itndseer, engraved by U. on the expiration of six months from the date in the city of Si. Augustine oa the fint Monday of

-Mi -klj. pujit).wf which he wda editor and pro. Mi'tzeroth. '; we will apply to" the Court of Probate for the Jao. 1853. the following described property or so

't g prif tor. Squire .S- was much plttted tot The publi her will tupply specimen numbers oi St. Johns aforenaid tor a final settlement of much thereof as will pay the State and County taxes
u while WILLS ,cditlIJI' a paper. Uu was a inuii' gratuitously to Agents and l),stmasierj, accounts with said bUtate and a di huge as l and the necessary expenses due thereon.

uf very low stutue, but hutt ed llm editorial nnd wifl| make liberal arnngements with them tors tbere'.f. | J GOO acres'lhird rate land assessed to the heirs of
'wuusliequenlly us it there were a dozen of for i-irculaung THE UNIVERSITY lie will POMAIt.xecutors. Sebastian Espinosa,above the head uf North River

thcui. und euch us'big as Daniel Lumber or aUu. Ktipplv., Clubs of two persons ilcear $i halt. ,a St. Augustine JOSEPH, Oct. ICth.E 1852. I ( lying partly in nndection'section 42, township 3. S. R.

the K<Ul'l) Jllt. citrate ,to say, there ; or nve pers.ms at 810; and 01 a largernumber --- range 29 east, 39.townshlp 4 south,ranee

wereul thai unu ntbii in otfice who were not ut Ihu samo rate*. 4 PROCLAMATION FOR ELECTION. j 29 east. Double taxed and advertised for non pay-
ment of taxes for 5Uand 1851. AI assessed fur
u particle more honest than they hould Ix--I HERMANN J. MEYER, PCUBATE OFFICE Sr. Jonas COUJITF, I :' : 185 J as per"addi onal list.Uulets ?

. u thing which' piobubly never happened be- No 164 William street New York. FLA. OCTOBER 7ililH52. SAN taxes and expenses are paid before day o!
t"ire, una ..wnrtlU uuan. Squire t>- tell sale.
till the putiiolUm ol u son ol$ *7C, and poured Tax Collet tor'* Sate. r ELECTION. for three Electors of Pre R. B. PANOVA ShetilTand cx-off.
I the vested in iue law I. Vice President the United Stales is "
utitT canister tie public virtue of power by
out grupe against BY by ordeied lo be held, on Tuesday the second day Tux Assessor and Collector s. j. c.
shall for sale before the Court House
hornet's about expose .
Tins stirred
abuses. a iiem
up June 18 2.
November next ensuing, being "the Tuesday 26 .
in the of St. Augustine on the first Monday of
ins ear; but, as there was no ulhcr papcr in city after first -
the Monday" in euid month) at the ,
I 1853 the following described or as
May property .
ternJirj; thefts was no reply, and ne enjoyed Tax elector's Sale.
tito ,
much thtrro'..1 mny be sufficient to pay the State ing Precincts in the Counties of Ht: Johns anJ :
his warlike propensities in security.At and aud the iucidem nauiviz: virtue of the power vested in me bylaw IKhali
county taxes ueceuary rxpeusvs BY
length be $published an article more SPvcru I the>eln: to wif .5>t. Augustine, Picolata,Bueun Vwta,Maisnza, i: expose for sale Let I fore theCourt |louse in

. ana cutting U".IU..I mulieasance III otlicetnun hoube and Jot in St. Augustine situated in Charlotte latka. Magnolia! Link Lake George and the p the city 4il' M. Augustine on the fitat Monday in

'I any that had preceded it. |Iu tart, though I street bounded North by lot lately owned by sons beluw designated appointed ln.-peclura of> Ocober, 1 1852 the following described property or

|.oti.tcd ut no one individual III particular, It 1 I HriguiJa Gtnirz on the South by lot lately owned Election. so much thereof as will pay the Slate and county

va. u Njoicher 'l Some three or i jur day "II.j' by the heirs of Antonio Mier;on the West ly-Cliar- For St. Augustine P"ccinct-EI..ctinn to taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon.

I.. ler, he u itk sitting m his editorial otlke, ii h I lour street and on the 1at by lot owned l>y K. U. helJin the Court House-Inspectors,James M. 15O acres third rate land assessed lo C. and G.
James Keogh and ISartolonu* Oiiveros. i : Clarke being the one half of one tract, the whole
mile .iid by Jos S. i
i WMS about a quurier ol u rum tire Gibbs being U>f same property conveyed '
I cuiaiiiintuni-nt. His pen was bu.yjuttti nncht"Z, II Mar bl6l,to Titos. C. RllCkhiU and Rubl.Towl.n.I For Pirolata Pieeinctl the House of tract was orginaily granted to C. and G. Clarke

, printing a puiiigruph, whin the door opened without : by deed dated 13ih Oct. 1B4U.2aid InjjxfctoffyJaiutfa :, 1iz,D.J.1 urr\'uce and ( the other half is returned by Mr. Jacob Mickler south
and for Cuter, of and bounding on Moses creek being in section
house and lot .ia st-fesed leaved} upon
and vtalkfd IIMIIuuiiutsu
murli in u
ceirniony 46 south 30 Double taxed
of Sate and county taxes for Ie53. 1 For Jlutanza PretijtI--Ar thUou..e of \ town hipb range east.
Itlic lleu.kr lAic nonpayment
It blockings.
el III
and advertised for of
will ell all the right title interest and property in Dupuut-1uicwciors. Abraham KrnucU non payment taxes fur years
) Uu >_-, 1tC proprietor ol this puperl$ mid lot and premiss of Thos. C. Rod. iill! and Robt licier and James Pellicier. : 149.60. and 51. Abu assessed for 1852, as per
4 Tnmking be nud found a now'patron, Tow 'JDd, and of those claiming under them and of additional t t.
For Buena Vista PreeinctAt the House of C
of his bluntest eimles,
. with one
f. iiiitu and wb'o Aho
all other perrons whew names are unknown F.I. [Inucy- In-pectors, FiancU L. iJaney, ,
J urtinnutive. The Iuu frdIII..t.I
: lIu.'cn.tJ in the may have any interest or claim on said lot and pre A. Ru.l and Paul Matter : 150 acres land,being one half of a 300 acre tract
Iy dew tnu lai nutnUT from tits mises. Unless taxes and expea>es are paid before originally granted to C- and G.Clarke,the other 15A
,JI.Ki't-- und pi'inting to an article tuumsi die day. of fnle, For Palatka Precinct"'At the Court Iloufe-- I! acres is returned by C. Mier all of which situated
I" >'lIII t'tliic, lulu the uirrigh Il'II odittir II R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff apd ex-ofiiiio. ppi-ctnK', hints O. Dtvull, George Luca and t on Mantanzas river being section 37. ia m*Uit ttnouih

"i.. U-iuitui tr him. h MUM III vain that$ Tax \ssessor and G lluctor s. I. c. dykes. range 30 easU Double taxed and advertised

. h- |*i' eir'U>d Iliut ho hud ii'ver lu-Jird oftelore. Oct. VI. ia'2. . I 'Fur Magnolia Precinct-At the IIou.ae of : jor!; nonpayujentf taesJirJtear )1849,50,and 'fil.A&o.aygehscd .

Islili The wrath.. ol the i eter 'Uad :olcri -.-- : U..aJ noo.JO---.b.,!. NvnOD; UnliT '. for 1852 as peraJdiu'onal lUu
I : and UiJeon Velrinaion-. I
lit'iil, un l Iruni being fo long ie.iriiim d. Tax Collector Stile derson I Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of
b<,il. d over with Muublu fury lie gnvu tincuoicf.fbittiur r virtue of the pow vested in iur by Law for Little Like George Precinct-At the sale.

to pubti.h a vet luudablu re- n 1 shall expose fur Hole before the Court llounf of t'u dcric* 'llk1C.- Inspector. Francis M. I R.B. CANOVA, S It'rift'end ex officio
ri in the city of 8t. Au tnkua >iuguiftho vput.He
iitution,ur g
| tigtecd lo it-true| nnJ us thu visiter inkiktaloh mn) Ib&i I the1 following described property or as Th Election tt>-cummenct* owl close at the June 2C, 1852

. it hnnitelf, he tout ifown at much thereof u wilt pay the State and cuunty taxes' hour,tiuJ be conducted under t'utf eaoie rules and ir'w.Tr'I The above sale is postponed to the first,Monday. of

writing to' and ilic.ntccta' t'x11 otct iuciJcut lltctcoa.. To ulations, n. i'Jrecu-J; by law fur clrcting ihe {. November next.
made cxcus*
the ii>k. Squire i>-- un t wit *
scnt&tivc t") Congress
'to ibu $1'iintiiig'utficu, witb a pioiutbU la1111.l A town lot vriihia the limits of Si. Angu:iineat a ''G. 1lU.Il'I1REYSJudge of Probate, TO LARGEValuable L'LALVIEItS.
; bo uck season to i it us sonn nit < West of lot of the
w iml III sijn place called North City, directly ,a of cjt.JoJ.ni Couuty.CIiirlo Tracts of Laud for Sale.
"4us' linhs-i1. is..- hud Laidly gcuc lillY late u.an Foliis aidosed to J. G. Falligant and t d. i -
I ji icid% uhcu tie encountered a man wno in'quiltd vertiKiHor sate for nun payment of taxes for 1852.Uiilos'iaxesond !ioiiititl ('lorAt!, Litic. ftp HE subscriber as Agent the several owners
JL offers for sale some of the most valuable lands
_. and before of enle
i\ hire: iSquiie S oflice wets, vxpen are pitU diy -
iu East Florida, to wit:
u'|,t> utibttl home. Sujpi'Clmg that hu Wish U. 0. C NPVA. hheriiTnnJ and Collector exoCicio.Tax THE SrWiNDII I) NEW I'ACSBT STEAM tOO acres valuable hammock land, West of Flemington :
MeNor s. J. c
hi ,
on tbo Mite vrriind ur the o.ttcr Minor) 1 11ltlD'y ,known as the Gibbs. Lands Marion Co.,
Oct jt G. 1 U. '
: lulIl" Lit the tflicf: nnil tout him he would
1100 acres near the Alachua Savanna, known as .
; tbf editor unhin u must ubusi\6
I .ihd writing fax Collectors Kale. NOW running .. the Garey Grant.
'luliclu ")!lIanll' office-holders. Tjiis was Mil- 1400 acm in San Fetasco Hammock near New..
i1" tit. Tbo e).-8 ot the comer hushed lire.- B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I ___ ,' .. Charleston Iy on the lAne and bt"tw be nanwille, known as the Lawton Lands. '-
fchall UP'Qi" for sale before the Court House : .
lie luMit-d into the otlice and iiKMiiltd the | Several tbwusand aciVs good and in the Arre-
John's River. .
in the city of rit. Augustine, on the lin t Monday in dondo Grant. .
MI linger with the rpeheln.iar: lliIl'oulI.nV February 3'rbe following described property or *s The following dielule has been adopted, 7000 Halifax River South of St. Augustine
Muuld teach him acres on
; rcowuidund) told him he the hours of arrivals and from
I much the eof as w1l be sufficient to p4y the State t-lmwB departures ,known a* the Bulow Plantation having 80O
Low to write. The geniifinnn. t.upi oimt) it und county taxestherein. end the accessary expenses due various ports : of land suitable for cane and cotton.

v us Mime bully suidilsere by the edilur,sprang 'l'owii Leaves Charleston Tuesday, at 3 o'clock. / : acres And several open other bodies of hammock land oa
. to bin fret, and a li,hl ensued. The table 33S acres of land assessed tn Jane and Alexander Leaves Ja konvilleVeJne! dayal 3 navigable waters. '

J wu upset andMnushed into kindling wood- Wai .ii in 1851 but by recent surveys there is 352 Leaves Piculata Wednesday at 7 I Tlie title are undoubted and terms low-Apply

I ,, use t&lU.CII''. ol u large jug ot ink stood pud acres being in Sections 39 and 41 TowuspipJ Range RETCRXIKO. to OEO. R. FAIRBANKS

li ..( died on the ti.Hir-Uiu chi. hud their "'&II U? 8. and E, in two tracts. Double taxed and advertised Leaves Pilatka Thursday, at 7 o'clock A.M. Fcb 28, 1852 t>t. Augus n.Fl..nda.
" *.* mid backs broken beyond 7le! fckill ot surte. : for non payment of taxes for 1852. Uole&s leaves Plcolata" 10" .

. rt to cflre ihem. 'Tni femwd to inspire the taxes and Up'esare:; paid before duy of sale.R. leaves Black Creek 1" r.x. Probate Office St Jolius Couatf

\ combatants with still greater fury, blow fol1 CANOVA, dheri'and ex-officio. Le'1ycosJackson1'illeFridaY.I'3 ..x. AvGvrr2Ist,186
: Tax. A>cwor and Collector a. I. c. accommodations for Passengers are byI I 4
lowing blow, with the rapidity uf liuuining. ? All of color residing la the
1852. ej boat the : John's.
16 t.
Oct. placed on
by ever
1 }'u.t one w*. kicked on the floor, then tlu of St. Johns, who are within the scope
and Pawage as low as by other line. Any
;,ii.cr-each taking in tihis pretty .'quoU}. Tax Collector's Sale.Y liter information can be obtained any by applying to of ibe subjoined Act of the-General Assembly of
The ipk on the door bad found its "U)' to Florida, are hereby notified that they must without
I virtue ot the pun 'vested in me by law 1 of the undersigned Agents. \
i bold of them cot thu must ridicult.u B comply; with its requirements in the matter of
their; faces, hhnll expose lor sale bje'ore the Court Houao J W CALDWELL CUrleston.BELLECIIASSE delay,
I will each and all, in
noise and Guardians or they
figure imaginable.$ ran door al'St. Augustine on the first Monday of May & FIN EGAN, ,' selecting thereof be presented; to the next Grand Jury a
uproar was ttt'IIIClllluu.I"ho neighbours 1853 the following! described property or as much failure

- to the door ojjd exclaimed that: two negroes thereof as wIt pay the state aud county. taxes Joe R R Bled Pilatka. said county for HUM misdemeanor.Rt .lodge Probate.- '

-, _Iwere fight iujf mi .qure S-'. olFice. None thereon for the year 1STo, : wit Sept. 25. 185l. I If I U.1.B. it .enactid If li. .&..,. "

dared IIICl'aldld then 'At Ifiigth the CiruUttl' A certain lot in the city of fit. Augustine, containing TO 1'OSTJIASTEIW. Sum of the State ./.Fi'tida m .
became known, and the next day, it N. E. House
lances some old buildings oo being corner POST ( li 1"1("'tj I'AMPS.m General Auev&ly convened. That firm and after
tiurbubuck their heads lane and di. "-
bur Iy I ublo to alt on of George street and Treasury being of this Act, free negroes and free mulattos -
Poaimaster at the
.l4couyinctd f J hn HE undersigned passage
Uound up they blartcd hointi"ur :Uy iwutVofaloti>rih > Orysdale of twelve shall be required to
Co. Maryland, was the first pt our the age yearn
lJuLMtwybddobtained vveryliUlu'Saiiafuctfoa I deceased,assessed to'. M.10'Bannoo, and returnedby (1. Allfghany 0 who be selected by the free '
S. who conceived, and undertook : have a guardian, may
II. Cole. Unless taxes and are paid the U.
Iruoi tlieitdttuEnpt ;o dogibuJ.'thtur. A. expenses .i the idea of luPpliDg.U post offices negro or free mulatto, and ia case such free negro or
-- before day of..Ie.It W publish him shall be minors ander the age of ten-
made are children
: B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ex-officio. ; cheap stamps. All stamps free
C..ftDs.-A recent Frenchpttir for the father ormutheruthe
STAKED AT be lawful
A Win other that l lI it shall
I' before Tax Assesaoi and Collector. s j. c. ranted equal or superior to any years I .1.- __._-
broudil cur un" RU
a case was whenever be. to choose a guaraiau
fi-potuihat the price and case may
8S2. procured at same __ -
.fi.. ...>... >iiiil nutlet'. in. ,which -------- or. Oct. 16. I I A and In all cases whatever the persoia eboaes> for
ilHU v UI| *i* ""* | wi.w -- .1 sent out in any way defective or Un
*: 'l>ro ght ;suit tordivorcengacnst her husband. U Tax Collector's Sale plicates shall be forwarded. notice, 1 It guardian shall go before th. judge"Mdeand of Probate 11 shall ot; be
of the evideacH it was proved All who order vet of WITH in which be or she may
In the course veated stamps. county
virtue of the power in me by law I charge. I of Probate, if he shill be satUied -
that on two different occasion* the wilo had I BY expose far sale before the Court House t! Fom DATES, at Two Dollar only-.(for thirty pi [ of Ae duty of the the Judge fitness of such person to give a certificate -

I bciui staked aiM lost at c-rds, und ibe key ot in dt. Angvlniue on first Monday of May 1853 the shall be kept in stamps adlibitum.A so as under tu his seal of office, to the person v
In the "Post Master Plcasnt Grove
tier ruti.li tttiiideJ over to the winners following described property ss much thereof as j J dress

' first caw kite escaped by jumping hut oftnewindow will pay the State and county taxes due thereon fur Co Md. chosen as guardian. enacted .That all guardians
as Be it furller
too 2.
To wit Stc
.und in the uih :r tno "IlanerVDII. the year I mulattoes kball lane
Notice free
St. jwwer
'much intoxicated to be dagerou 1 ne court A certain lot hi the city of St. Augustine containing of free negroes or
but ref : to t an old building on it, in Charlotte street bouad hereby given to all creditor"and all 27 t to sue fur aud lecover all suc'b sums of money as are
of Ue.
an uct epcration I 1 such free ,or
granted bt'teafu9be owing to negro
interested in the part
'5- ej,East byChar\oueatmt West bf vacant lot North cerned or any way or n.ay
divorce me pirtU-i._ by lot of l". Sarralo and outb by lot of heirs olin,. t Joseph ,V. Miles late of Putnam county, I % I mulatto and shall have the same control over such

-I and )'U give you a Canova deceased, assessed 19 John McKenzie. Unless that on the expirau'en of six months from of t free negroes,or free mulattoes, s? is possessed bjguardians
Just into the street, ,
step citizen to an taxes and expenses are pal before day ol sale. 'hereof I shall apply ro the Coun of Probate ( for I in other cases.
cowhiding, aid an indignant It. B. UANOVA.Sheriffandss-officio county of Putnam aforesaid, for Goal I I. "Passed the House Representatives July 5ih
liiihman. Be jabbers and wjmid'nt do Uif TaXjAseetsor and Collector s. I. I. my accounts wub said Estate and a uischarge of I 1843, passed tbr Senate Joly 7th 18-18. Appointed

", lou'd give me two o'thcm semimcniallyibe Oct minuttrator thereof I by the Governor,January 8th. 1&4S."

: reilicil individual.; hl8S2..Notice. BENJAMIN CiIM'1AN ; I

. JIaJ 22d. 1852. c. Jeetlnp.-l'rint RoomsSUdng

: If. fat bog Mil come to five flotrur what ; Ix; months from date,|he undersigned admiuistra- I \ t ,Public for temporary purposes, aIW'1ilS

'- will poor one come lot An.wer-.ru pail 'tor. of the Estate ol ANDR? (MI1ELLAde. I Xotce. of rr&JineM at the Magnolia Retreat.
.4' ut will. ceased will present his final accounts and vouchers, APPLICATION will be tuade.to the NOT SD nu48tf

If one hornet can make a horse run bow to the lion. Judge ofProbatt, for br.Johns County : next wrt.u>u thereof for a Ap Billiard Table and Ten Pia Alley.
allowance and be will at the same to construct
srtdement and ter incorporating a company
many will U take to make a iiorse fy.Lovcjhy T the Magnolia Retreat ope* throughout the
time ask to be discharged as such administrator.IFCTERCAfLLLA.Adrnr.. road across the Peninsula of Florida under \ Is

God,thy Swcelhcuht.aud counm I I of the Florida Railroad company. ? jtM-tlay and -Evening.oo4Stf S.I.MIRANDA.
Nov 29
"* St. Augustine, Oct. 16th 1852. 6ms. j August 14th, 1852. 1 : -

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