Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: February 4, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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EQUALITY IN THE UNION A..ND NOTHING LESS.


1 . II. . 'O'lE. AT MC'D QUITE FLETEP3. RATORDAY, FEBRUARY 4 I GO. 10,21


.1 T CUST 1 NE .. Datual W.:.t. 'ti i. C'..ank.uicn of *-- -ss... ..-- -.; e. 1 *1 PliLis:.
r:* li c: .* ) I 9,4, a friend, who presumes tha sl.. . .ib no Loso experience . . u. . ea; that

/ $ MY MOTHER' GRAVE. Doctor Smilb, of Concord, N. Hamp- cloubt about Gen.;Washithiton's unsolind- there is too much r....ta ... .. following
. PL 0.5 re ihus shire, :s 1. >. En land journal, noss on the slavery question, presents the paragraph, copied from a lato number of
ur non unuscar. 12ns put i to our hand the letter of Daniel 11..... i..rt whickhe has pickedup in Punch, stating "what a Printer must be."


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eg .vus, a . . ,,, . een with us here! .>..as p=>. pe.... 1,, .. so. ... .t...! ( 10... .(,= e. .. I. r rr .ds or d
Ava emar:c rr land or wife . .. . m...I I b. na.... : -- b.. .. -.11 .... J...at-r, v. .
ne.. I r +<.r .,y guadous, cheerns, ...1.. ... ."... i. .r .ap... r...I 15 --. 11. Barby's star..
I no then the grave has clop a .. ? I ly the worksor inent of the matter, it should seem that tl.. &

08 ENTAL TOOTH WASIC Our hearts and theirs, we love-in va... twelat obj.ee per- Society is not only acting repuguantly a.. 1. 8
. Tash fr the IMoth mid Gums, Wordd, lothorjdilum1coluld st hear me tell _to ju. Ice so ar a ts due a no t lough a .


.. .. .. ,1 ooth ash Por sin and follies loted 100 well, { re I he m dEu obee re particular, without being able, except by to tep . go,

n j he nm article lic rr m 12 < i 1 a we < so L orgtrobotal or aceclunt for, ftetsoof ty any ado arsestswne to recompl h pn h
be pers 110 are Do I 1 .il Jan. ET. King Et. Contempt for wroy, love for truth, and . ....r. to be the word and .se belon I laid haw lab o kick. .0. un r :
ouncements of **e. ., 311.1swoot remembrances of theo- 8 trillof G d' for the olicy of the State would, on that heis . n th at .3 ,
FRE STATIO MAY. I bcHe e'Jesus s_*nd-r r.. be the Son of P .
r et advertise ents pa ble quarterly e La n Co. s best Note, Conne cing The harvest of my youth is donot God. The ruirueles which he wrought es- occasion, have appeared in my silence; be- and r . *
e vi wans on ,, , and unruled, and m:nthood, come with allitscares, tablish in my thind his personal enthority, cause, against the penalties of promulgated
others yes to much. F 01>, garnered up wishin my licitrt, and render proper for me to boileve what- Ints one may guard, but there is no avo 4- 8

Lanu Ivor 1 ing ordso J)e Icoto st1tlirt Loghts, e tedisset;Ibelilevetherefoxo ie Ia to r to f tol ..
hilst bonding (Per this holy shrine, himsalt to be the Son of God as when he lush M Dalby sp aks. s not d s- + 1,, ,, n .. .

21. King St -- -- I 1 re a n{ja rst hi at e , ,r edia pr o
n . ,, ,. ., M .i- . ul it ...:1 1-:= f- Cu I believe that the things past, present r.. . rinitab e ...r .
& Speech and Failed.- and to come, are equally present in the ib
.. of thoNov no helk110 at tl1 la tieve it ob tid am leemarkab 3


d a no Loir So s well-known Soaps, Honor and rative of the seque which ...) a she and future, as used among men, camtos, thes i- .. r. th.: ^ n
on at Bo. Jers. rown Yardley a stratuou's anov Massachusetts Senate one ... ... I,. with strict propriety be upp ed to Daitjr. I n <.1 1- b ors in
receniybee on, i.... . lbelieve tbo doctrines of ..1 ig. 0-- .r b. r / .. ri..m a or
In. . P ***I 1 ... e. rt... i .J. r.. ... *, .1,r I :0..1

co: . 14 b il I ll 0 I ** I (. ..p ... p. ,. .i* rl.. i .* . .
ith St agr, oge iter .0. ... ).. It' u .L H b. r plub .nd Ikit isby legisle- .<. .
col e Jriday until he Jo 2 DOOTS 1 11 cordingtoadjournin .. o r /"r .r n as ri E. r,.r i'. .r

Apolk arsforboardv2 lenseapplyto wit.ltin the bar, the President rose and ...r .. I Appy and con-
ree. 10 1 '. uw, local FM o era com a re made tbo usual prookiniation, viz: 'A 1 belic e in those great peculiarit cs of a R masters, are tampered -6 I
TP 1 0 e prayer w;!l now be ofored by the Roverend thy Chr.snan rehg on---a resur ection masters are taken unawares by these tions having seen some of these pieces a
fibEF$ 1. 11. '....ul e am nation. Chaphin of the Senate,' to which the sona- f ro the
MITCIIANT 1 LOR. lan 21 ir n 2 p k l by still i it;g i 1 r ph a to eEu ji ld/Inar begotsodi on ut or. .... 1. andlir e sooms t re nsta till a ddeliab1
unce Jonable followers in ri ters of this kh:d, Infor th h
van D respecuor earm hi en T No a ted. I thou took his position, and pro- rho inconsistency of belic .. r' .t to full on a man whose purse will not French ball, as described I Icus at t
nowli go r 1 lar use to eat in town, and pi : mmodiately to ustound everybody '/2 1 la world which he does not take tbo @ el 0 0 0 a identical with one which was fi 1s Tof-

usi bis h they pay run ity. Look e the, Ly saying, I shouki like to make a few re- a of covering. fond it it is at ... . .1 .. fered to our moveremons by an officer of the
on had, and is ahy .. I .. Jan. '1. King St. Cor. lio pita marks before I pray-1 'shall be brief.'- I have great respect for some and not huntau . . ... army, as : 1-- a 1.0 .1- is _rt ,,
the most twhional . .. .. .. of worship, I beneve that the attention had not beca *, .1....1. I .
French blRek. blue: 1 1 .nc 1. . I 1.1DIES RIDING II.LTS. This modest request mooting with no ri- ' mode, on the whole, to be trod 2more a 0.... .r ..... .... importance of :.3 ) ..<.il .. 11. I

A Z:12 :so sponsetherewas an awkward silouce in Ibelieverel at benot a matter of onthissubjecet} r Mr. Dalby as and English .. I .r...., ...0,.s.*: withitn
All orders executed in the host style of work sale at FA 1 CHILD S, the chamber for the space of two minutes, 2 inisconcolved the matter, art evil exists and it was doul. I wI,. I0.-< a ,is] i"
puship. for.bash only. I :- during which tinto the President undatatu- <1 mol stre <\its ot1fai uth la tuirm which requires a remedy; if he has, ny a plie could be a coessfully .4 .I. .) 1,:, e

HAVANA x co 211 it Jo na on n an" a n a pr ch n a b o to a un ea o e fo*a -po nd I
and Angress. In Em. 010 e 1 id, Trovocco, gaged in sturing, winking, ogling and hold n ind is renannably convinced that the (1 kind wish for M AI d have six deep emoves, and have a chamb-

e @ 8 so si r." can be ing their tongues-a few, overtaine by 9 111 the Word of iOo the only 2 nu inily, andla:u, ke.,rs. orris an your er like the Delvigne rifie, or the old put-
W11. IL plumillD contending emotions, dropped, into their >ng on y is > receive rines, wi GEO. WASHINGTON. tern howitzer. The projectile rests neah:st
Tan. el. Drag st/Cor. Hospital. seats; presently the determined Chapinid wi llidence of their truth, and practice them thojunction of tbo bore and the chaftibois.

N RO GE 11 O sexs emisse, aws. brate the dance by putting the question lb durethe bible is to be understood and tl During January, 1850, while stoppmg at is I 1 il cast iron; icyll atJer-coord
no assorment. embroblered in different direct, thus: 'Can I go on with any ro. recolved in the plain and obvious meaning E ' *** loramento, a iond 1>all, and is hollow at its base or rear en<.
3 E.4 ET 8 CO 11N ER ) colors, pink, blue, purple. &0 for sale marks. Mr. President ?' and the pog,10xott of its passages; since I cannot persuade of .. . r *,. of the 2Vanw) over- The cylindrical part of the ball is hered
.. 11RCj al. Presidentaftei-loaking around thech:un- Inyselfthata book intended for tbo con- heardaconversationbotweentwogentlemen, undtapped in six places, to correspond
bar at thq scustprs, at the revolutionary on I at 8 ii structior of 01 a wi len t on ofewhen wa fr m7Nuew York City, It six gri so ter o a dl 1

TEEL Pyring. I won n, so hoops, selling drum, Mint with the dust of years,' at the and doubts that none buteritiesnud philoso- the other had just arrived. The new-comer These plugs are forced out into thogrooves
OU E. gzense theinvoicom twoulpliarsench. at pattents of Enutouland the old Governors, phors enn discover it, wnslamoutinghis condition and his folly, by the pressure of the gas, and give the

r !de no cry eil In. 21, King 8 Lilial 1 ,al. answored, and this is what he said: "The tilt e at II 0 ,Ti 1 el u cli leaving nu abundance at home.ondespo- bhdeliotary motion and accuracy of the
8 coin. wher imalition a ci. chair hears no motion-no objection being obscure than to culichtonthe revealed will ally two beautiful daughters, who were Th til
edure re- q.v eh.:q, is cm on inch, we it as mh <41as. fiz made. hdiveni-, the Chaplain may speak.' of God, and that his the inostaccomplished tl New rlie inh(d af ITy.he and fi 1 it huse a ni 13

lorswho ..... *. ... the snient & ultumou's Then out spoke that articss minister, who Christian scholar who both been edw ated "Yes sir; I have a wife and.six children ed, at the desired distance, by means of e.
lexican ms Job. 21. King St. Dr. Hosphol. began by referring to certain remarks to at the fact of30sup; and in the colly a of in Now YorkandIneversawGneofthem. fuse whichis coat the proper point ne-

-,, ,,,i ,, / CA NET 011&311 br s! gl 1 1 it ist teed outside ,ni"pa t1 1 x to if coulni l 2 ti edt ren ino I st ile al one pl in r ga i e

11 1 re t ougJ t amisotldnto he A souleverouse s.,rts, soun>y no hear several persons refer to the dilice of fore, all reeds and confessions are fallible aga n commenced:blind, sir?" accurate to 2000 yards, and the e n
ing on, model (4 an i e...1.:: co., at- .Bu. 28. Kingst. on liLDd Chaplu n as an empty conformity, Ro., and and uncertain evidouces of ... 1...1 "No, sir." is said to be 21 miles."-N Y.
Conny Land. &0. that individuals had advised liiin thathrevi- piety. "Did you marry a widow sir?"*
L ... .... I OtDeparanttnes. NUlli AND SON'S SCOTOH ALE. ty would be a desirable feature in his pray" on all /ds ve the Chr t aed cod "No, sir." mu 92eter of the .bore 3.0N in; weight of

SCI ATLANTIC-JUST OPENING lilS well known brand, all 3JlblVS, crs; he desired to rebuke all such Irriver- knee; that he who refrains only from what a un j 1 to 0 say, sir, that
case:Crus, ifan. 28. King ST. Com Hospital. ence, and proceeded to speak of the dia:t- he tbluks toho sinful has performed but a rou had a wife and six children living in A 0000 Oxx.-A gentleman on a visit
*. crui:ors, --------------- cy of prayer generally, and then of the an- part, and a small part, of ins auty; that he New York and had never seen one of to Washington, one day very coolly opened
Gin r Schnapps, Crackers, Cilt)10E OLD L1QTTORS tiquity of that institution as a religions ex- 1s bound to do good and communicate, to them?" the door of the Senate Chamber, was About

1 vs $ 2 ,a run I \ ercise, but thoPresidentthinking, perhaps, ie tenaigli t a ads ida r it "Yes, sir, Iso stated it." to pass in when the door-keeper abited:
User (10. oro. per whooner BBalue." These up on of his own address on taking the chair two lics, to promote peace, truth, piety and hap- Another long pause of silence. Then tho *Are you a previleged member?" 'Gl"hyt

ruet vi sul 1 were colocial au person on my We visu 0 the days before, when he said, "Let us redienw piness in a w!oked and forlorn world iuterrogator agate symred: do you mean by that?" asked the stran r
Corn, starch, 13ripa. oor a 1 l an ,au 1 ber that this chamber is sacred to tho uses believing that, in the great day which is t 3,,1t he, sir, that you never saw The reply was, "A governor, an ex-m -
at. 15. Is. E. CARR- mo on r on are e : 8o "" <. I .* and seeing that his indal coal3, tthe He i cri noo %ast:colartlh of "TYhy," was the rTponse, cone of them ber of Congress, or a foreign minister."
4011. 3Lary Louise own < harleston, nice 01,1 nourban hishey,- a superior article, gence was being abused, suddenly rose, that which is ready established, 'by their was born after I left. The stranger replied that he was m ininis.
9 s.... .... .... Hour.Hams.:-nir, Palenudu.ukitenneer:... ...- I, brought down his gavel wish.a decided fruitsyeshalknowthem.,,, Ohlah!"nodugeneral laughfullowed; tor. Wrotuwhecourtorocuub::?"as::ed
.. Ale, I'eriorac. very senece; old risen 4,,4,7, and excluband thus: "The Chair and after that tbo how Yorker qusespeci- the oflicial 702 revel ointin
Dec.17. U. C. c.t :it Em:. Pu:e vert .in:ec. Had ick Cinunpaigne nily dRtinguished as the inan "who had y g y p g up,
runsuin Tonia mars, Gonnine Itavan will remind the Reverend Chaplain that it A prir:tir at a dauncr table helhg asked six ebildren and never saw one of them.,, the stranger replied, **from Heaven, sir?
CORN CORN ! CORN : : cigns, No. i te.xse c of na1 test these liquors. is quite unusual, if not without procedeqi. if he weald the some pulang, replied- To this the door keeppr waggishly replied
FLOUR I'LOUlt I Ilift or any person not a member to address the up ving to a crowd pf other matter Iain A sick boy, dreadfully sick from chewing othis government at present holds no in-
1 >el CNe Not .Itour ,.. 1 ui to it b 0 idesales a en" unt ble to make room for it." 11is Muside" tobacco, by on a store box. Another boy ,.,., ,,-,1, ,L 0....:.p. .nea *

Fr ,.3. ..... ,, IIOUSE RADISH ROOT, for him to do so in = .... . .) was already full. sympathized with and choored, him by ..._.. .
1 Capers, Pickl0s, assorted Catsups, "A prayer will now L .1 .1 by the Rov- Squago 1:. 1......[:. heart ir. roung ; kJ an--
1111-.* it ..', I's.*s.'.1 -1.- Musc\s h orI01 on or erendChaplain of theSenate3" andthus GP Opinionsfoundedon progudiceare oGiinandbear itBill-we'vealTgotto &.:.....1.3,n.....0 ns..t rlot-, ..:c...r.Jing to

Drled Fruits &c. ~ E. 10. Otta. nag, ackene B E. CARR. ended the solemn farce, which, it is safe to always sauctioned with the gredpest vio-, come to it mean time. You'll get over it circumstances; but after all, spades.nre
act. 15 . Jan. q. say, is without precedent to out:history. lence. L by-and by." suretowis.who the game of life close.












7,,,., (.*ul E E***is DG** In-: Con- C.*0ger:-i.on'd C.:o*r..:q**:mi.:n. o ol" rrse St in rar.: I **** ** *** **
gross of Vienna-1Yow anc1Then. WAsulsavox, Jan. 30.-In tbo Senate Exammer. THE BEREATTED MOTBER.
Even should the proposed Peace Con- to-day, the Hou. A. O. P. Nicholson, of PALATKA, fall. ii, ii. 11.. c...r). rr ,,. .. .1, 15:1.1
ross at Paris not be hold, the following- Tenn., made a spooch against Seward's Mr. Erurou: We are .ni..*," luis- .r..3 ... 3 .... ..rgy,
ondensed for tho Examincr from an edi- "irrepressible confliot"doctrinesandurged ite weather; if we must fi 1 l...ir .r is a 17.''. ---- - Mit-
arial in a recent number of thp New York the South to act with moderation. little too warm In fact, Tr 1 ri. is...t "* *"* "
Herald-will not lose its value as presqut In the House there was a very large winter weather rather .4-r- D. **J ..,1...1, 1 .T. .., I I, ,-.e.
ng some striking contrasts between En- attendance, and the hall was jammed. should not object to now al. A 1. 1 ...3 .et a ....,, n
ope in 1815 and Europe in l800: There were three ballots for Spenher, with of those bleak winds gy.pe p94ple 4thlk .1=.-1 .
:'Tho Congress of Paris is moro lmport- nonrly the same result each time. The about as desolating your own venerable To God sho hreathed a prayer.
at thin that of Vienna, whose decrees it last ballot was as follows: War. Penning eity. Evalids, however, speak well of the "I shil miss hin, Oh! my E.11. r '
will ...in?. yet, the principal Powers are too, of New Jersey, 116; Win. N. II. temperature, and those who are at all im- I shall ii .. -,1. I him here,
nearly the same as before The former Simth, of N. C., 113. Necessary to a provabic are improving. There are a good For he . .1 .... ... Father,
choice, 117 votes, number of them Lere, but the hotels are And he was very dear!"
Congress was the expression of despotism,
this the ehinuation of freedom. What Mr. Pennington received the whole of by no means filled. "A.crown is on thy brow, love,
vast progress, therefore, has Europo made Mr. Sherman's f<4-mor support, with the A party of excursionists has been made zL harp is in thy hand,
in the principles of human liberty linring addition of J. E. Reynolds, of Now York, up here, why bnvo chartered Col. Daval's And I would not call theoback love:
the Instforty-five years. The avowed ob- and G. B. Adrini, of New Jersef. new boat, the "Sumtyr,"for a trip to the From thatbrightnughappyland,
oot of 1.. 1..... ... was to subvert ?Ir. George Briggs, of New York, upper lakes.; They leave to-day anticipat "Teach me my lot to bear Father!
the f I .. ....1 1. .....1 ...... of all qu- denounced the action of thoPonnsylvanians ing all i-inch of tions ... ... tl .. the will of usinfamoustreachery. r.:, a ,a..,,r ll....... I..I .. r t 1' .. .. ..il
n, ,,- 11.0 .1 ..ca ..I 0** 8:..1:1.*1 in..el.. t.all.4 sl..-, ,, ..,, ,, 3,- -9 ...r it...am., id, I ha.** b si .,



. r r own rulers.< One e 11..< -r; ar la...t..- so .. ..int. ,, all 9, -j,,
.. n .,,,,, ,..0. .. was to es- W.. T... -Je. 31.-The House due iggahneqt of air-plants, game, mar- Religions of the Worth Pagan, M.-
4,,., el ......,r 1. wogyof the Pope, metat3%o'clockt!4safternoon. Firstbal- vellousstoriesandotherraritieswbefthey .ze-mans.ian as.id Christian.
overthrown by Napoleon Pa main object lot Mr. Pennington of N. J. received one "ru The "Sumter" was launched Thd population of th.. .1.1...1- .:.0 .ai .1
of this is to overthrow it again in a differ- short of election. from our own shore and runs well. at1,000,000,000. Of -1..... ove. emt.m ,-
ent mode, according to the plan of Napo- A gentleman froid Enterprise yesterday 000 are 1 ....... and or... 15t*,0tn>.viou ar.:
loon Ill. The former Congress was found- Governors of States and Terri-- informed me that the evbning before he Mubommedans. ( 1 ..il.... s.. . ..3...1 s
ed on the ignorance of the people-the stories for 1860. leftthere had been found, about halfa- follordi Roman0atholicshavobeenrough-
latter is based upou the advancing intelli- states. Governors. Politics. mile from the Brock House, the body of a ly computed; as by a late French writer, at
gonce of the age. Alabama. Andrew B. Moore. Democrat well dressed man. Money was found upon ,,,. ,,, .... The Eneycloptedia Ameri-
Nor is the contrast between Europe now i is. i sI n. na ra his person and a satchel coplaisinghttleles cana (in 1834) states ts.... .r I. ***** till
and then more remarkable in' anything Connecticut. W A.Buckingham. Republican of apparel not far off. No clue to his iden- The London Times of I ...1.. r .. I .:*
than in the changed position of England. Deloware. wm. Unrton. Democrat tity-had been discovered. The body was and the LondouNews ..s rh. ..... .) a : 5
Then, in the words of her own Napier, she Florida. 11. S.Perry. Demoornt maeb decomposed and was buried the eve" them at 150,000,000. Mr. Shea, a 0..1,-
-the theory of whose governulout is / Georgia Joseph E. Brown, Demacrat ning of the discovery. Further search olic historian, 1,au r ri .. at 16-1,000,-
limited monarchy, with Protestant uscend- 13i< . Ti leD. ph a was to be may yesterday for the hat or 000. If to 1 J = ** 'ia=> of Europe,
ancy in Church and -.....-1... r. in Iowa. s. J. Kirkwm a. Repulaic / whatever else belonging tq him neighticad 35,000,000 be added for the Catholic pol-
Spain for an absolute king and an intol- Kentucky.< r I 1.. Democrat to some information concerning him To ulation of other countries, it is believed
erant churob:" and thou she combined Louisiana. II Democra diethus alone in Life wild woods, to be able the estionte will be barge.
with the other powers of Europe to 31sini. Lott 31. Alorrill. Reg ublis py to send no 1 ist mostinge horne, to have lio gp ,,, I I .,, .sh, 1. .1... es act
s engtimu ami uharg the temporal so us, na 1 ilicl mri qu tea;std pp upon your{ni 110 tp R eagl s, it sI

potism on the ruins of the liberty and in. lismissippi. John.J. Fortus, Democrat. and winged 14 faith to the throne whence Empire, 58,000,000; and in Greece and
dependence of the Italian people. Then Missouri, R. 31. Stuart Democrat as x:-sued the summons you are obeying, the Turkis a T., ... .t.'s 1; 000,000
byarmedintervoutionshe overthrow the Minnesota, Alex.Ramsey, Republican anyto"leave no ..;....r... r .1 rl.. .I making a :".*.) r.... ri. ts. .,3.. Greek
rights of the French nation, by dethronit K. Hampshire, Ichabold Goodwin, Republican esun mystery of : .... Jiatin-s., b..... .1.1 Church of .***=== lar.rl=
their lawful soveroi Napol I--tlig New Jersey, Chas.s.01den. Republican not add to his li .e. ...1, .5 ..1.. ,i. Of lkitestant Christlillii there are in
choice of the peopl -and se d ag hian Ne Y 1<. Mangan, rep liern Good LordDeliverus: Great ..ne. .1 1 0,3. 24,000,000
indi oxile to Elba, and subsequently to us.. pm. Dengison, Jr., Republican Palatha is not very badly offfor church- Seandinavia su s 1.1 I' ...1 9,000,000
St. 11elena, while she forced upon them .... John whitenker, meanour.it es. Ti c have four. In the Presbyterian braince, Germany, Prussi >nd Switzerland
i t... L Bourbons. This was dotte in a F Packer, Democrat \1 In ** ** - -* r ..... .. .. ...I .1, o r,,,., ..,,n Uni I r <.7 tod Canada
* r **I. - --. La.- .1 1 .. I ..,,1 I., . Turner, I ... ,r e-a--s --- ... H.. ill..r l.e., a .. 1 ci t, is.. .. as .1, -, ,-,,*,15 , qi .4 Sunnary-Ronian Cathobes, 150,000.

the people . .. .. II..... .. 10 .S tris, r the place teou the who90, very exo[nplary 0003 Greek Church, 70,000,000; 1 rotes-
of the Parlianent to chan a the reigning Vermont, Hiland unn, Remblican in regard o the observance of ily Sabbath tants, 80,000,000 3 total, 300,000;00thy
dynasty was established. Virginia, John Letcher Democrac and attendance upon the. public ordinances Gutat Britain, a Protestant i:ation, has
Alithis i 1. ... .1 now. The edicts of wisconsi Alex. W. Itan pil, Republican of religion. under I,\s don inion, 180,000,000 souls;
the Compress of Vienna have become Waste -'l'erdweiesS:1mud W. Black, Democrat Co .elo avout 1,now n ither or h ,thnit dtlecentire Roma bulk pt
pap r. The French Revolution of 1830, New Mexico, Abraham Roncher, Democrat is right in his own eyes. However useful P Lant has t he lead
h dothroned Charles X, set at unught Kansas, Samuel Medury, Democrnt and even indispensible these institutions Eur le in to hing tra 2 ete system
... . Vient ; andMsotillio 1 dd a washington, surr umming. Democrat are generally regardqd, we manage to exist of education by ine s of untional schools.
___ ... without them; in truth, we ...11 miss There are inurdered per annum, for every
restoring the Napoleon dynasty to France, Old Brown's Nurse. them. Patriotism is at a low ebb here, 11 f al. -a En but I -
and making it the strongestin Europe. It The 9qrcester State, says- and there are not found those who are will- 8, 9 171ruce, 313 n 1, Om
ras not only stood for twelve years, but ,c Some hundreds of people lie bleeding, ing to accept placys of trust and diggity in burdy, 45; ? .1, 90 ..1 100;

1 1 us a 010-0 rates with iteto undo cruhetljdyin lot lee 1 market Inc9)aud the gift of the sovereign people of the city Naple 'OO 3 1
of V a-t fi rence. ?-.at..._ in tenure, they need of Fabth. yland w:is settled by Roman Cathe-.
A i n 0 con rm the. expulsion of the kind ..11. ....1 that Sex which has been But we have a good Post Vester, a most lies, as No 1. ..1 i.* Protestant:.
ustr from Italy by French amis, to re- vouchsafed to sooth oug hours of anguish. Importing I in the esteem qf both in 1853 1.. .. I ...... .....3 65 Roman
store liberty and indepencipace to the Ital- '' I 1 it, then, that we de liot lieur of the citizens and strangels. Your agent for our Catholics to 800 Protestants. The whole

iaonw land toesotabtic e thq temporgi jn of n e.1. .1.. Mana Child, at this city has consented to take charge of our country lying west of the Mississippi river,
.ptand th 0 088 00 OngGE Assumin Christian philanthro she mails, and by his .11 ..... disposition and was settled by house ...) ;,..I in
and iniesso way orty, civilization travels mile and miles to nurse am darer scrupulous attoution to the duties of his Louisiana there are 55 Ronun Catholics to
TI pe, according to our latest intelli- and encourage traitors-to give aid and office has won for himself rare good name. 220 Protestants. In the State of Florida
once front Europe, objects to the ro- comfort to a party holding principles, that, Kuon;ing he will take good care of this there are 5 Roman Catholies to 100 Prote--
ratume of Napoleon, and will not sen "it is equitable and just," nod "right in sheet for you and will return me a hundred cants.
epresentative to the Can ross till th the sight of God and man," to spill the kid for my pains in the choice things with Such st tistics have theiriutorest, though
Froach Emperor has repud ated the Into blood of millions of a superior race, and which you weekly gr ty the taste of your t'4cy, prove nothing respecting the truth or
pamphlet. The Pontiff will probably destroy the peace and prosperityof the con- leaders, I now coninigit to his hands, only error of disputed doctrines, or the ultimate
think better of it on cool reflectials. For federacy of States, that the, Negro nuly be xvasting tp subscribe myseH, success of opposing systenis of faith. They
what can be do ? Napoleon will flat up permitted to relapse into kn:burism. 3 ost truly> show that the ditlerent sects of Christians
any other Power to.interfero in 1;uly, a When seven? hundred operagues of Yours azylyour readers', have ample field for onlargoment and labor
if he withdraws his troo s, then syon "the her own State, are crushed by the care C. among the 650,000,000 of P.. m. apd
Etern;d. City"*will not b ,1pft to Pius lX, lessness qqd inattention of thqir "cinploy- THE NEtGO Ot>ruAGES IN CANARL lailottl)10(lanS.
but he will be driven from it as he was in ors," Evitig no imerest in thpir speliltre, War.-Dy the Detroit Free Press of HOTEL AERTYALS.
1840. He owes his restoration to the will fitrther than to press, under vagious proton- yesterdaymorning, welearathatutChatham, - - - -
of Frapeo, and his throne rests on French ch as much work out of them as is possible, forty iniles from Detroit, a gang of negros so main as rise so.m.ei Loose.
bayonges; ashispredocessor owed hisres andatdielowestwages, wedanotAcarof 40sk p Ad at th am 8 it.'FFINGPOFiPROPRIE OR
toration to thearms of the "sehismatie" thos9 noisy brawlers. Such philanthropy Monday morning, and refuAed to allow the
powers-England, Prussia and Russia. 11as the smell of intense hypocracy, or hal- white teachers to enter. [von TuilWithly ENDING FEB. 2.
The Emperor of Russia, in particular, will lueloation dangerous and anischievoug en- The authorities were called upon but NW Stuyvesant jr New York, Jno
be glad to see thg temporal empire of his ough to require the interposition of the dared liot act. The negros were headedby Butler Brooklyn N, Y, GA Henderson
11ohness redneed to the narrowest dimen_ managers of a mad-house. . One Shadd, a negro of desperate character- Baltimore )ld, J Lovell and lady Nash.
sions, for the head of the Greek Church Rev. R. J. BavatinxpGE.-This well The negros donninded, not only that the ville Tenu, Mrs J. Alien and child N Y,
wants no coelosiastical tival in 10urope. known ekrgyman has published a letter, schools should be thrywn opon to them, ES Allion N Y, Mrs V 31enard Macon
'The time is gone by when thd Catholies of addressed to his nephew, the Vice president butthq) they shouldbenilowpatoparticipate Gu, Michael Miller Jacksonville kL, L -
Europe will sustain the Pope in any appeal of the Uqited States, taking him to task in their management, which, on acedunt of vi Champli Tocol R R, John W Obamp-
to rehgious thuaticism. They have go for* his late speech in which healleged there their mpnhere, ,.g.,1-al.. ., I giving them lin Tobo I i., Henry O Bingham Bos-
longer any relish for fighting for despotism, whs a possibility of a dissolution of the the control. ton Mass, ,.3 is.... Jr US 0 Sun
temporal or spiritual, apd thfir motto Unionon the slavery question. A conference took pieco betwoon the voy, Lieut John Drysdale US Army
henceforth is, "Roader uillo G osar the negros and the authorities, when the negros I, .1...:... l., I .1. ..101.1,.,, ,,,.1 nurse
thingswhichareCrysar'sand trito God OUR'luEATYlflTHCIIINA.-The oston werefinapyquietedbytly assurance 1..r 's.. ..i.e., -....., 1, t...o.*a...J........aFla
the things which are God's." Adorrtiser has received a circular dated -1,.;, .10..., ,1,.:.,:.3 4,, take into considera- Henry W Bache Washington D C, #

A successful case 6f tranfusion of blood o I Ib: tl 18 9, which says: tion, aildsuch arrangements made as could W Dow Schr Dana USO 8, DanieL
into too veins of a oman was mean no I goes it fo fore it this and 010rican on with proprietybebroughtabout. Similar fl...U. ...... Jackspnville Fla, Paysco E
lately tu _..1- aryshire, **1 China qu the 2-Lth day of November, 1859, 4isturbance occurred at (andwich, -1... ., ., it Sebastian, Capt ET P--r.
The woth.. .*tl.... ,,, the printo of life, by prochimation of Mr. Ward." miles below Detroit, on 1.. 2,2,. day. Toeoi Fla, J II Reniieker- and lady
had becon. ,= e..... tbo loss of blood Charleston 8 C Mrs A 0 We man
that pulsation was at times imperceptible. The CommerdalAdccrtiser understands us.. Dr. Livingstone 2n Africa
The blood of a friend was injected into a that Lady Franklin will pay a visit to New thought to have thoroughly usecu tl Charleston S C, CB -.Saunan Newark
vein in one of her arms, and the most York within a few weeks, and that she is elephant." He writes to a London society '
cheoring results woro immediately mani. to be the guest of 1 1.... .itizen, dis- that somewhere, upon adme river, abput

a ba t 1 She continued to nuprove rapidly, tinguished for his ph.I.uli....g.... exertions eight hundred of these noble animals burst 1 ., . 0: 1. I 1.1... toII .af ex-
Use reacast ac n ts was considered beyond 12m osecuting the search of Sir J En nok7ng uiteasto hed vision, naturally zat r '.. .1,. ,, -

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pT. AUGUST NE, FLORIDA,
S.LTitTRDAY, FEB. 4, 18qo.


II... 1.... .. ..r \,r.. I....., u... r....l../1. c. I
the destructive tilittle betwoon the fgilow-
ers ofthift o$ef' nud the Spaniar ., he
places on the chst of Paynes Pridric, just g
south 8f the 18110 Pithlitchuco. Lgaving c
here he passed over the Santo ?'e ( Jittle t
below the place where the Olusta 4pites
ivith it. The .point of the crossing the i
Suwanue was just abov4 gig flyite (Bul- r
phur Spring. He remarked, that (pr Do
8000 to liaire bridged the Suwance tit Old
Town> al...* Mr. Irving hunkes him
would, with the facilities which they
had have oce led them two edrs at least.
up li
The party enamped for the winter on the
high land between two branches of the
Suwanue, the Alapaha and Withlaeooche-
In the Springthey marched to the Oca-
mulgoo, striking it near to Manu's ferry. j
)Ye have been thus particular in tracius
II..) 1..1. ...) r-larch, fixed by the Doctor,
iiar ail .nr...a red th.: int. .t .... .



1.0"' = .an d. ... 1.3.... Our .sl* -
.-.rt. rl..: c......- .0 1.- 1 10. F.. LL ..
..3.p...r .:.r b. .. r..... 1.1 luly .1...
w.. .. ..... II., ..8.11 1 his F. Ila.r .r. rr..
p I. -u ..t our early history, and to trace
the ...se... of an expedition, composed of
the youthful chivalry of a chivalric nation
and ago, bornagnilleence and brilliance
of whose retinue nud appointments have
probably never been equalled, and which
met a fhto as ignobic and sad as its antici-
pations were resplendent and glorious, that
Ae trust either he or the Society will pre-
pure for publication his address, with its
accompanying maps. In this connection
we may be permitted the remark that the
Doctor's strength seemed to be spent upon
his facts rather than his style

a We are unger obligations to Hon.
S. R. M4toony, and also to 110a. D. L.
in for several valuable public docu-


<, ., 1, ., a . ..,,, .:.1.1 1..11 '
. .... I,.... .T..n- f.... .......p l...I
again in his native Cyp; he has been for
sometime on the foodliers, and we hope
the privaligns and hardships he has suf-
F. .J n, the public service, 2nny be for-
gotten in the cordial welcome and ... .. .1
ity he will f nd it the old city. .

Juar- C e 1.. a -

idsti gt bl .. .3... .... ?,,, ,
the largess to the pWater. A fine dish of
Lemon jelly made by his own cook, with a
liberal accompaniment of cake, received
from the above named gentleman, furnish
up the monst positive proof of the truth of
all we ang the Jacksonville Republican

s1id sul and lis ho lastpwe k-wiih
.
excelled physical condition to say other
good things about him this week.

40 0 His Honor the Mayor is evidentg
determined that public spirit inside
the gates shall not be surpassed outside.
'l'hose clean straight paths opened in the
Plaza, the pruning of the shade trees, &0
are evidouce of this. Mr. McCarthy giv
his tinicandpersonal attention to the iin-
provements outside the gates, for which
citizens and strangers thank and commend
I him. The Mayor gives his time and per-
sonal attention to the improvements inside
the gates, for which citizens and strangers
thank and commend him. Both these
gentlemen, the one as a public oflicer and
the other as a private citizen, evince a most
praiseworthy appreciation of those pro-
grossive measures which promote public
convenience and advance public taste.
Le(, these good works be followed up by

tere 1 spare the distinctioc futures
-- ...
GOVernment Lots.
There are several Government lots in
thisCitylying entirelyatwastewhenthey
might be doing good to somebody. We
suggest that the government donate the
same to the City to be appropriated to
some useful public purpose. Or in default
of such generosity in Uncle Sam, we sug-
gest that authority be given that they nui1
be sold. Some ofthese lots, lying contigu-
ous to the property of private citizens are
the occasion of no little annoyance, whicli
might be obviated by their becoming, as
they should be, private property.

Fire.
BytheJacksonvilleStandardofthe2nd
inst., we learn that a fire broke out at two
o'clock, on the morning of the 20th

ul .0 in IInt-idgeds warelumsee bth:ct city.
| ing a
I largo quantity of goods on 1- .was cu.
tirely consumed. The where or -sl-o can
siderably damaged. It I = "* ***1 that
the firo was the act oing (noebditiry -

ag.. At Springfield, Illinois, corn is sel-
ling for twenty cents per bushel, delivered
at the cars, and wheat for one dollar.


gw=- J.on:s Bar Eso., a ?,1,.1 ., 11a., is
htti authofized to act n3sa ' "
xersrms Thouse, a will receivesgh-
cripoons, male collections, and receipt for the
a ne.

The Historical (OOietY-
Few of our citi-ons feilize the import;
at events, ivhich have transpired within
the bounds of the State. It is now nearly
[br+. t:u dr..l .-3 ra.... 11... too s..Lti..
aw:rr* rn, i *,J. ,,( than p..irr 1.1 larr.,



if 1,ad..I .., I s. Engl. ..r..l..I., J II.--
.\raser....E. ...publ.ob 'nd p''I *** 1-*.-
.u.na.J..rils.. ...;.In...:.s rea last.. --..0-
I.-tr no ars..:t so..J..g.ms.. ....o.:-.pr 3 I
the regal state andpomp of vb ..1. ... I
our harbors arid even the pino forestshafe
beenwituGE CS.
Among to ,,,,.-r v., n ..r.r of these
displaysofpride ....IJ..n... -.. II.. expedi-
tion littedout, under authority of theint-
peror, Charles the fifth, by Hernando do
Soto, at hisRown private qxpenso. It is
not a little remarkable, that Do Soto, having
.. an* r..f 11,.: cs..:. r r.a.l...I of the liou-
nair.r.1 110d'A' Ps;... nz r b conquest if
3 ..en, shouldeligra p...... .J. chronicler of
-* e I.I..st: In Fiferi.l., la 1.. .. Garcilaso de
s....r alle U. ..:u.I.ul of the Iricas,
the ...T u.... ...la...[ itose golden realm-
whic L ...d L.....o 3.:. -etive in subduiji
aint urn h some idea of thy :(..ml.,

and p...ug of these appointments and equip-
ments, it is related, that, while the gold-
enrisionsofMexico and Peru, hadlured
the .1...T..ius .avaliers of that ostentatious
peric... *... -.. had a more gallant and
billliant 1..1.r of ru.- .. .1 themselves
forNWe :3... Fort a 1.. I onG s**:***,.
ihem 1...1 gr- y 1. . "Mainy yofing
cavalies ..as equ.g. I in splendid stylo,
with rich armor, costly dthesca in train
of domesties. Some young :ur ..,1.1;
d Epent a great part .of their 1 -c .0..
this man r."'Of of who joshed the
aPeriturers Cuba, it is said, "He was
magnificent top fu all his appointments,

caml m ra tda m .Spain i., I
and negro servants, and a stud of thirty
six horses for his own use."
Such were the mer., ;. :r .x 1 4ttired
and equipped, who, .su. I .. ..(.. the most
gallant and brilliant of theirall, arrived at
Tampa Bay on the 25th day of May, 1539,
for the conquestof Florida, then dreamed
to surpass in gold and precious stones the
treasures of Mexico and Peru.
It was the route of this expedition
througly Florida, which Dodor Jon
f
, wzsTci-'T, undertook to demonstrate to
the Historical Society,-last Tuesdby night.
Though differing entirely from others, and
espeelally froni Mr. Theodore Irvibg ho>
in his Geonqupt of 110rida," as laid
down this mardi, he satisfied 1, who
heard him, of his perfect acquaintance
with the subject, and of the correctness of
hs own positions. We cannot by regard
his address, as a most vabable comniuni-
eation on this subject, and one which will
do much towards it, if it does not entirely

set othistd spouted r ide.d inarch, the de-

s)-ription of ti i ce cry)by he tchanic
turies since, was stated by the Doct6r most
remarkably to correspond, in all its fea-
tures, with thatof the -ar.--e--t timon
Toshowth qualifica .u ..r fl. TVEST-
corT to treathis route, we may state that
he has traveled, mostly on foot, more than
twelvebundred miles in his examination
of the country along the line of this march;
that he has traversed every portion of it,
mid has crossed and recrossed the track
more than a hundred times. Probably no
one in the Stati is better qualified to do
justice to the subject, owing to theDoctor's
minute acquaintance with the topography
of the country through which De Soto
passed.
The Doctor fixed the point at which the
landingfr cast side and near the lower end, or near
t me mouthof Tampa Bay3 they first march-
od up the Bay six miles to an Indian
town, which still retains the unmo of In-
dian hill. Thence he supposes theystruelt
off in a North east direction to what is now
the settlementuearthe head ofPease ercok.
The town of Ocala, the residence of chief
of that name, was on the cast of the river
Ochlawaha, near to FortFowle, established
during the Indian war by Geul. Jesup.











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P. Office.red to grootai~ them~lc int his usul tye.

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Oly ashrtofi timncc ft .ourSvorhd c~net~plr
Ift his nie wca-bor phu:rh upo carth,;i: and 8 UUS@,FLRD
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fixed into thed clfebefree have lruti ,

ofthoe rootsd of bitterno s, which nothligR
iortofl mthe .grac of God can extirpat w
fom the heart. whete '"thI p~ lren : up. I .B lO .P O RE O .
mthing ittouche. T hee, ;i hty iant by -- -
who~ in hapliiess, ~. 1 --llllo 1tl si-- l 1. len tes or
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in he ih ..1 I- -- *tevr .\,, / /e 1 / rl


una.un.s ume aqual.ugu, sent also any inath-
ern frlonds spending the w utor months with us
to my select Library, which contains over
THREE HUNDRED VOLUMES,
principally the publications of 1830, All the
works are standard, andby well known authors.


3pn. 21. King St. Cor. Hospital
rjgupy ypigg ggygagg

A Cosmetic forromoving Tan, Frackles, Sun-
burn, and renderin Ihe skin smooth and clear.

A ... .. ,1: .. of Poeon-Nut Oil. for dressing
the I o .mparting a rich and beautiful
glow.
PLORIMEL.
LI 1.. . perfume, and the most genteel
use. i ** ** IT WASII.

j- is ... I Gums, ofugresable
aparting a pearly whites to do teeth,
althy action to the guni Contlemen
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Enth nud LettorPoper.ruled aridunruled,
..tinqudgilt edged, witheavelopos fo platch.
.11.80,
De LaRue's Ivory Playing Cards, in Whist
nod Euchre packs, plain and gilt, together )vith
otlici articles in this line, for sale at
FATRCHILD 5,
Jan. 21. KingSt. Cor. Hospital.
-
PERFUMICRYs SOAPS, POMADES, &*C.
UtilN'S Extracts, Enrnett s Florimel auQ
Kallistor .. .. 1 ir : .. ....1
Itose Leaf Po I - I I .
inInrgeands.. In III I.. *
in Joelery Clu Magnolin, Patchouly, Violet,

Go i)tiumS is well-ku 8 H< 1
nt on windsor, realea ve stilSane ifaun
on t & ,rtPalm ap, up LD Ppi

o us, main's ox surrow, English roma-
Too / Nail and Hair Brushes is t
1 grea va-
together with other Us52cyC AITHeles, for
Inn. tl. King Sl. Cor. Hospital

1300TS AND SHOES.
offer a co >11 sse a It Id n lie

ylow prices for dish. These goodsarefresh
and have been selected with great care, Ibegan
exitnlination-
WM. B. FATRCITTLD,



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ad uatin finich. as fine an assortment as can be
had in New l ock, and at as low prices.
WAL B. FAIRCHILD,
.Lm. 21. King St. Cor. Hospital
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fine assortment, outbroidered in different
A comes, <, me.,,aves, so.
low at FAIRCHILD'S,
Jan. St. King St. Cor. Hospital,

11001' SKILITS.
'PEEL Spring, Extension, 20 haops, selling
Asclosetheinvoiceattwodonorsonchat
FAIRCHILD 8,
Jan. 21, King St. Cer. Hospital.
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SUN UMBRELLAS.
inch, stool frame, Silk Sun Umbrellas, for

n. 10 at ITing S .nT s ai al.

CABINET CHAMPAGNE
Superior Article, by the Basket or .....)
A sons, in: ... ..v,., ..(. .H
"' "" "
Jan. 28. King St. Cor. of Hospital.

MUER AND SON'S SCOTCH ALE.
IITSwellknowabrand, soldat
FAIRCHILD'S'
.Ian. 28. King St. Cor. Hospital.

CHOICE OLD LIQUORS.
by to call the attention of Invalids and all
lovers of pure Li tors, to my stock now in
are, pier clumnersonaltic. 'y l her T ... .

a 1 art nwelid, 11v

.
Old Eourbon Whiskey,-a supt
PI .1 L
9, ,, ... . ,,, ,, a .. I, ....: ....... .
liam, Pure Port Juico, Heidsick Champaigne
01endenin's Tonic Bitters, Conuine Havana
Cigars, &c. Please call and test these liquors.



HORSE RADIS I ROO'P
LIVESca e s, ckles asm


Ex. Est. of A.
Dupont dec.
Dec.10 1830
----
T



AM J
c o-, a req tied t n of h

clainseng no II; tale will pre ent then a
ly authenticated within the line prescribed by
law, or this notice will be plead in har.
MARY 8. IILIMPHRETS,
Nov.20th'1830. Administratrix.

gfigg,

. ITonenthseafterdhe 4:bte)hereof I alldp-
county for my discharge as administrator wi[.s
the will annexed of the Estate of Hannah
Smith, deceased.
GEO. R. FATRILLNKS,
Administrator.
St. Augustine, June25, 1830 -

s.

4, *


*
.


usa 1859
.

th i t 001 will be made to theof

ill e ./ re
prolitable investment.


Merino. all wool. French .. 1
RH wool of lhe linportatio.. r ..= .. I lion.
& Co., direct from Frhace, ScotchPlaids, Irish
Lin/;:s.3Iarsells and Marsells White -.1.
I alian, De langes, Book and Swiss
PLANTATION GOODS,
new ome, we ana sso,
i e a ha 1 1 cady undb cloth n ,

L31BROIDERIES LACES,
Ribbous, Yelvels Moriantic ..... r
ades and .. Zephyr

j eg a Lacos a e dsI rd
HERFUTIERY, COLOGNES
=-- I . mond I>rowri

r e-m . .... I .. I ... not .
brown, black and white, 1. . Ir ..r i. ,
n great variety. He would particularly call
ejf@< ineof Hotel and House keepersto his
FREN0H CUT GLASS
I
u will bb

I .6 .. 1. Ti. ...... sincere

... .. ,. .. I .. .. 1
u.. . s I
" '
ieh >er honse in the .1 1. :. . 1
and.. ... .< 1. .... ... thrown
on t .,_ r ... I, summer
anoning
Oct. 22 M. DOWNEY.
.
A OOti ASSOff Held

OF


FAMILY





TO BE IIAD

AT
C. BRAYO
FRESH GROCERIES
TUST received per Schr. Mary Loui:ia direct
t} from New York:
60 Db1s. Southern Flour, TY. Whoat, .
li Blds. Extra Pilot Bread,
18 do. Irish Potatoes,
do. Oniewe,
do. Sods Crackers, -
do. Sugar,
do. Butter,
do- Farina, ...iW. SodsSoups,


5 lible Stuart's Crushed and pulverized

sStarch,
Coffee, UnidlesandCandies.
Oct. US M DOWNEY.

10fPLCKLES, French andEnglish Mus-
terican xstard

CurrantsoudCitron
CouterTablenudMantlemnidLamps
Santionery, Paper, Pens. Ink, Envolopes; &0
For salo by JOHN W. SW15NY.;
nov 20

J.. E. MEDDOUGH .
S selling Koresone Oil 3.75 or Gal


8 a in in 1-4 th.


Icun in 1 1 ups 3 & r lb.

"THE JONES LAMP,,
*
1 tr ITY 0 TITI "0 in overy variety and
fi .,1., ..ul mid at g:estly reduced prices
by .
TARBELL & WIMAN,
87 Central street, Doston
(Suce sors to 4. F.s injc .C }ently improved,

gives : . =._* I . .1. than any
Other I .. I ...ae manufac-
tured. But No I;

KEROSENE 01L
Prom
A (, G773 & CO., ziGFaYG'y
: G.r..etes. Article.


P .
Nov.5
-
T 1, a

/ /


mouxcitly .1. a

yegne thou L
Smyrna, b -
Solithby D L L
puche land


c.e -
.u ar
--

St. Au ust ne C yMillsUo.
.-,

-:- r

E- rr
gep,

... usuma


e appertaming,
Terms of sale; one half of the purchase mo-
ney to berra... ... ... ...
the balance in r
on nod... I .. .. ... r- s.. . 4%ewith-

fho g i 0 -**[. ..(..... I .< F. the first
Monday ..aft ms. I -."II ,
f* ER
on:I e. J..m. vount7.
St. a t. Johns county
.4 1- e ded

SHERIFFS stE "
Ivirl -st. . ..u ar
the / ---r --+.- .. as n, a
ohns Bastern < ..r .. l. 11

a is u =
.. i ..... ..... St.Augus-
., a ,, ..t August, ..
tween the usual hours le, the following de-
scribedproperty to wit .
A House and Lot iit Charlotte street in the
city of St.Augustine,
A flouse a 0. .. I /.i ".. -t bounded
N. by said sh I r:. i. -ar I,,of Corne-
lius Dupont, W. by Lot of Mas. C. Foster,
500 Acres Land 12 mile swamp known as
John Ginopoly's.
161 Acres Land North River known as Shell
Bluff.
181 Acres hand, Follicer's Creek, formerly of
Robert Mickler,
5 shares in City Saw Mill. 6

n pTheDabo oksaleis postponed until11A
The above sale is postponed untilihe fast
Nondayin January 1860.

Mo des i 181 le ocnoon until the first
A. D r ***Le P .
Sheriff St. .i. .. .
St. Augustine. August G, 1830.




50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
am now prepared to offer to my old friends
of this Ancient city and St. Johns county a
most splendid assortment of fall and winter dry
goods at very low prices for cash or city ac-
captances at sixty and nety days credit with



gy country friends may relyny. ..

dupm i ders for dryagoods h heydvill be
tire satisfaction tt> tho purchaser. All amounts
purchase at this house over twenty aanars
will be allowed a frve per cent. of, for cash.-
You have here a list of a few of my large us-
sortment of goods,
DR Y GOODS
consisting of French broad Cloth, Doe skin as-
simores, Pilot Cloths, Satinetts and K. Joan
Twood Cloth, Fancy Cassimers, Ladies Cloth.

jril1t6sornucolors, F uredo d Delance,
nees, Makinusy Blankets, Negro F --, Mer:-
much Prints, Ladies and misses fient <
s ......r.I. 1.... Fancyclocks, Moulking
.. ,,,.. .,, ....e.. half Hese, -French and
English Cambries, Red and white Flannels.
NEL
Nov
OLLi: (.. J. c o. ...t.. C...ra 1 ,
,, g, p. -ma.. "a "
U. D. CAHP


A1. J. MI~LLER.


N\ov. 20i 1850.


FL.OwI,


MEAL,

CHEESE,


PORK,

11111PE


TEAS >


BUCKWHEAT,


*ARD


FISH,

GATSU '

COFFEE '


I t*.I.E.,


SUGAR '


SPICES,


TOBACCO,


SOAP,

PAILS,


FLUID,


DATES '

AND, .

Jan. 7


) 1ECTIONERIES

SEGARS
PIPES,

POTASH,
SODA,
I'AIL ,

CA3 HINE 111100313'
> CANDLES
JELLIES '
'

47
LE IT ES '


\~~~~~~~~I~~ ~ ... ,r.i ,iln b~ mlcl Slo


rmg,~ P1r I.tls B;l Ilca. CAidRR.i -' I.




I :ki.~ e ls, otid l Iol, Wa it l lule r s, Co s.Mil, f n to p]

'o.12 T. NELON E an


g1at 22


Cllae~.pa Cos


F-aLL gAIHN CcARE OUT


D.. E. Allit











(q..gjg*,jg ig.@,,. [Lggy. "-' HER OODS.
ON THE PLAN OF THE gc .. .... i r- .vi,

#0}81HRYRDB LOROG, a .... i...... .. ... . -r ... ..... .. .. .. n ;
-For the benefit of the--- 1850. hy .1.. 1.... 1. I ri ir.
MONTICELLO thoundix.. 4.. 1.. .e. .... ,nt ri- a
UNION ACAI)EIVIY the North river abou 16 miles North of St. .1-... ..I..v.*Ir -5
Augusline, hounded Q =- .. ,.. .. Gillen@
OF JASPER COUNTY, GEORGL1, }htitish Smith, F.P. . 1.
East and L ... .
Authorized by Special Act of Legislature trnet of
02 of T. 5. s. R. so and ..
OMOOQ T ][)TP/ TQ Government survers coritaini.. .,, .... ..J.1 .
g)(')&U 1 Jl..bil-d FU neces. The whole of said tract has been here ii L I r
tofore assessed to TYrn. Travors. ---
1VIORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO

EVERY TWO TICKETS.

e ill"( I'b H\ 11 i* -- .L THE SU SCR1 1
9 0 I
To be drawn in public under the sworn superin- Y Virtue of a Writ ibsued c. P.
tendence of two (th unissionoutj appointed for uc dit < 1 h <11 Ye a S
usa tr pose, in to the Court House in the City of his-

City of Savannah Georgia. me usua hourson e on n on ev.
-o-----


ALPITAL PRI E







1L. -, i al I' Ll IN first M0nday of ]1.
. al . Ti .. to door it.
-o- L..e..... 1.. ..1 ... .... topay
TO BE D77A WNEA(.'ITSATURDA1 -. expensesduethe: ,
IN JANUARY 1860 for the year 18 0, by the heirs of Debug<.. . r .
to wit: .. It it P F Carr.sfitole; al
8 1mi .1 .. .. .11 .. House; A Lot ,
ennardy's .
CITY OI' SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. A. x e .1 . o U.
he OS to)he Drurn un. in toab veessaleisforthe purposeof perfect tides. 1 TI AND




On the Plan qf Single NumberS, TAX COLLECTO11'S SALE. Linens, no Marses white Quilts,
1. i doo (Julicoes, 1 Ecok and Swws Muslim.
r igggy 4 ..= . .1 I Iny of IE 1 Ill o' GOODS,
.Inne next, the following property, or so
1 Prize of 850,000 is $110,000 ums-h thereof, as will pay the State and blaget=. blue redundgrey. 81 Malong and
1 .. ** >s 20.000 con:uy taxes and expeuves due thereon for the square, Misseshalmbowis. Keys
1 I .,=****I is 30,000 year TWM)..hy tho heirs of De Fougees to wh; Broad Cloth, T uninginnd re:.dy .
1 5,000 ii 5.000 One thonwand Acres of land, Fofth of ev. TTPT. pryc* e
,. 1. 4,000 is 3.000 Sm run, bounded North by Ornunal a lands
, 1 .000 is 2.000 So ch by Dunnett's, East by the river. Wea by Ribborn ..r AF.
e- g p wic iands. TIroalA r i .
ll 3 a ],too is 2,100 Tax conector. Need e
e 5 1,000 are 540ua r .
To I= 500 are 5,000 .
2 \' 400 are 800 7
o a 100 are 000
2 a 200 are too g, p . .
50 150 are 7,500
Too a 200 are it... sustine aa co.
fal Fiftd10 -: As 501. 01 1 TES vs. In * .... ; whitearnuits
,, Nathan Cobb.
800 Y vicine of a teereo of the Ilon. court of
4 1, , . Chancerv, of the Cirenit court of the East- and Envil en Ware purcha ed .1 the N. Trek
0 000 . . . .. . rn .. I recout 1 a abore will he
n. ..... a

4 I I 1 . Yeturn Ty most sireci
I . 01 44
d 8 Prizes o 190 approxingraing to Idiver Am;nusino be said St. Augwline raipatronigebestowed onme fo, ,i
3.000 prize Are 480 City 1..o . .1 . I (190 property or very years and solici. . ... ....* I *,. *
8 Prizes of 50 icpproxionuing to unuse unture and description thereunto belong- thateranyself L * vi to can pete
2,000 prize are .](10 i:gor in any wise uppermining. Ir housein the trade, having nunid
8.Prizes of 40 approxinisting to Terms of .
e sp ... rise e ney to a I * au t[u6necount I 4 uninths.
400FPtizes01 I 000 Ti, Oct.22 L DOWNET.
.....Prinsor w are ..... 260,000 piona, .. I .

25,82@ ating to...... 366,0-10 St. Anading, St. c to OF
Nov ->0 imma
711010 TitliOIS 4 1181705 $1), --- ----- -- - r r
*-' vb- 1
y, ,,
11u *
PLAN OF LOTTERY Zonus Eastern Circuit of Flofile to me directed .,'3 .
The numbers from to against wanois winter or sea conary. I are -- 9.

rat :3 a e cl le twith anall to ,si o c) )f2

E, so a nu ri n woon ao n on s or sno, so ronov in ae-

ii c tt8 t n aler ed n .. ul>l p Charlotte stract in the AT BRAYO
ht s e sallT 9 iodrawle from the v1oe A House a tn/f cl to' rect bounded
drawn front the other wheel.. I aqil N. hy said streel, E. by.Lot formed),: 01 Corne- tha direct
prize amwn.out re opene audience, and registered by the Commissioners; 540 Acres Land 12 mile swamp known as .ulierg Flour, W. Wheat,
S. the Prize being plyced againm. the Number John Ginopoly'ii. 328618. Ex(va Pilot Bread,
r- drawn. This operation is repeated until the 101 Acros Land North IUver known as Shell 18 to. Irish 1'otatues,
prizes are drawn out Bluff. (10. Onions,
all -* 31 0 in rs.-The 11110 ]&1 Acres Laud, - = formerlyof do. Suit Crackers,
ce 1 * Numbers to 110bert \fickler. do. Sugar,
gill be enti- A shures iu City Saw Mil. .

nd le te al attes. A mo ty : D It ex 22 postponed until11st I i. I W. Sada Sons,

1, wil I 1 <$200 Che above gale is postponed until the first E Us. Stud s Crushed 1:--.1 ... I
Ticket No. 550 draws tbo $15,000 Pthe, those Sugar,
tickets numbered 518, litu, 551, 502, will each < postpolwd until the first
he enaliled to $150, andso on noooptip to the .text, L 0 so p HO, 0 1:*.
above scheme. ShorE St. .lo .

CertiGortes of Packages I be 0. Angustine. AugustG, 18 D. .:.

soletan



IN. it I i . ,i .
c- 1 .
be 1 In b .r
n of dr wn numbers and prizes will be
Juirchques iminediately after the draw a ni s jet tested to can 11y of Fun a(ro-
be __ Purchasers will please write 1, forward, pay expenses and take he away. 8 INNEY S Ca .0
us tresplain, add give their post.oflice, county, 81xcrill ROGER(), Oct. 15.
sudState.
rs ... p. n her that every prize is dramu day SS. L .11
- .411without deduction. S .
us' es $1,000 and under pkidimme . .. 3
.....-- -'. prizes at the 4 E 10 cr lb '
0 11
s- All communientions strictly confidential. FALL -405' IONS Al E OCT .. I a
Address Orders for Tickets or Chriticates to q Ti
t McKINNEY & UO., Savannah, Ga. -
WR,, A list of ,i ,, , ,y is ,, ,, - *
I thewheel,
.. also is.euti ed to .,,,1 ', I .... > .
can word i .. ., ar. L
abant the arious k ads of f its in order 0 .,, ,, ,,..uk
liEROSENE 0117 a. var eq. i. :1. i 1 I
From I ..... Rounu 1 runs nd no
A UG'T1N & CO., AGENCY Brims at a 1, Beaver casitae % .. I volvet ... I .r .u.
. Ocnd 6 Art{cle. /4 i. I e tilator RegIll t FF .r
m Oct 22 B. B. CARR. and Tip Top, in fact every thing ever worn I 3 Ls J. 'u. .. r, n
ast from Noah's day down to tk.. ciw r-. I 4 r. ..u
EROBENEOiliroinNewYork. alwayseleptiallishat. Solo -1. i.e. wr.. .al=..IT...s..
J. F. MEDDAUOIL Nov.12. I 1 L-* . .w., ..


o:sizeao sless ov-sun 't


lY TIin PRESIDENT OF THE U. I' g.
STATE
,,. .,,,.,,. .r in 1 1 I e.[ 1 ,
:- .1,,,[,vt. 1.,,. rt .. L .0 6.-
,, : so,. ....1 ....I ." L N1)
' "
I .1
.. ,i O Y 8 T q RSALOO N.
0 . .
I. 1 THE Subscriber has 'p
opched an establish- *
.. ment oil barkit.tentreet, nearly op- -- /
unformentioned tovnslupp, osite Nel.40tis Dry Goods store, where he will
the Unitid 6:atbs, drithth always free on heind, and furnish 1

6 * - OYSTERS ApD EATABIJ S
to *4
Ihe Statp line of Alabama, in the direction of at all hours. Ilo is in constant receipt of
," I I ., : red by law, to Oysteps from Matanzas.
1to .zze-ar. .1 ... ? cent*per acre, .i <.1. in,(Familie supplied at short notice.
vt" Nov. 20 1731. BAYA.
orth of the base lineawf test of the prfn- .
4ml meridian N. Y. MACHINERY DEPOT,

por on 2 sus 3. '.:n 1- 1 Iveyv York. *
TVITLBANK c ANNAN







...*I I.iN ill-f l ;. , r


. Nil ACTUtif f G AEFICL' s,5,:.:
... ., . ,,, oct 1 cm

nges 80 Isicians Qf the Southern States.
31, and 32. GENUINE COGNAC BRANDY,
is A t base line andwes of the prin. OLFE S GENULNE PORT WINE,

r 1 fd 1 12 .


. I .. 1 ., of rangeS). \ 4 I e 8 nun n a tol 0 it
orth of the base11, 7 est ofsthepriti- the reach of all, under the name of Aromatic
myal no Schiedam Schumpps, and, to diive out of the
i.. c.:.. 1 aneket the pernicious compound sold at? Gilt
1 o ..... 1- 1. . ca-.* 8,4, 5,6, 7, throughout thecountryJedmanyloadingdrug.
.4 *,ur gists, apothecaries and medicalmon, for some
I. .t lu r ag- 11 .s 1 12 fcars past, te solicit me to pursue the same
.. Ir .1,. .vticle of Brand). 1
. ..s a la 1 1 I- i... 1 .11 these requests from
mi quarters long ago, but was deterred from it
u s.T -. la .thet owing to the oxorbitant pricot
ness of the ,-. ( .
oc I was no chance of my being able to import the
...r .. .. r. choicept Brandy. bottle it and sell it ht mode-
._ c.a 1 zate price. Fortunately for me, I is; I
.. .is:(. . for the last and previous year (and I. .
/ for this) was abundant, and pm
.* .a deria have fallim to the standard of ten years ago.-
reur. J * The dpty on Brandy is also seventy per cent
sq . ... lower, and I have now made arrangements
with flur Brandy exporters in France, of the


SEMINARY.

s a rth 8 an viHopbcn

for a session of ten vionths. Instructions will

lies il 11 icitinclue ti igher Mathe-
St.AugustineJu'y28,18m.

K EROSENEOIL !

THENEWYORK*KEROSENEO1LCO.

(ESTAlarisite 1854.)
.
Announce that, having made great improve-
incuts in the manufacture of Kerosene, they are
slow enabled to offer it to the Tradent
A REDUCED PR10E.
The altoution r toniors is respectfully
called to the l., ... I table, the retu1t of a
photometrial examination, by Ed d N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Cheutist, and dated Feb 3,
1850.



MATERIAL. LAMP*










[,,r.. r L -1 I


a







3 1 1


300 87 20 00


Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail o
Telegraph, filled, on application to
11'STP gents>
e.. I .. .1 Shoot, Y.
ITerosene is also to be obinined at ther)Ian
, ,,,, ,,_ .,n ,,
.. , , a , , ,,,, ,, ,, , ,,,
: a s... I I .. ..i =... .. AL I ... 1. ** i
N B.-KEROSENE is the trad
mark of the Kcrosene Oil Co., quet a
persons are cautioned against using t
h
aid trcede-mark for other oils. .
Oct. 15. Sm
,ri'HE PARK

FIRE 11MIL'ilt3 ('OTINXT'.

. II CAP [ TA L,


2. $?OO 000
. *


O 101-1-0.11 JiHILLill'63 "bY. mi

50 WALL E HIT T'T.
4
I ---o-i ., .... erch
, flous


.. .
... 3 .er *

(E. i.E. FAIRBANKS,
Agent, St. August.Inc.
June25.
TOY45! TOYS!!
A large priety of Toys for the Holydays.
Nov. 12 T. NELSON
--

Stage ROHie,
FROM

PICOLAT L TO ST. AUGUSTIN

']j'g'][ )
Four Horse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Lig
Thgons, all connecting with the several
CHAERESTQ)T and ,
SAY,1NN.1H SCORIllOT
Conveyances always in readiness awaiting a
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time, 3 hours.
--0-
Ani 1 ,,,1 .., ,,., from ('harleston twi
a 1 -1 .1..1 taSavanush. Unroli-

., 1 -. .. ...1. ra li ct. t. Mary 8, inla

la 1 a-
E. Jit N LY, Propri/or,
St. Augustine. .
--
.['3


50 CI ARL TTP STREET.
a
I .o
.. ... r -. .1
q
a

ny ,
sh vill
an note


..1 ... .. n el a they ivill
.

purchased at this house over twenty dolla
will be allowed a fite per cent. of, for cash.
You have here a list of a (pw of my large
sortment of goods.
DRE 0 G 0 DS
consisting of Frenebbroad Cloth, Doe skin Ca
:isimeres, Pilot Cloths, 8:Minous and K. Jou
Tweed Cloth, Enney Cassilners, Ladies Clo
,, I .. 1 ... I pt... .




1 1 ine r at et ,no a 11 ir ci
English Cambrics, Red nd ii .Li ..
Nov. .

18 TA > .
(ARINA, Corn Starch, Lemons, Graha
Crackers, F .- Ta loca, 31secaroni, Ye
Powders,1fops.- .,Creangyarter.
Jon, 31, B. E. CARR.


. c. . p., .. and am regularly receiving con-
... . , .. I I thq bes Capac Brandy, whigh l
.ci a .. .. ....... so .n ,; .....ac
*, i... I rabels
d . ... ... .1. L . 1,


Soulkof IA.. r . ,-
..7. .J. / / ,, .,j 3 }

Townshi sT and 2. -.r 11.
Townships 1, 2, and 12.
Townships 1, 2. 3, 13, 1 ank 13, of range mesi tuti .s or 1 c is

To ships I, 2, 3 4, 13, 1 II ...3. Brandy, on t p ice, as bee i
14
township 2, 12, 13, 14, and 13, .3 1. C1

To i 2, 8, 4, n, .. 1.. .na 14, ae

Townshi 2, 3, 4, 3.1 l i, 12. red 13, of , ,,,,,
range .-
..mp 2, 3, 4, lo, 11, anFO, of range ,/ ,/
...t...: ., 3, 4, 8, ard (,, o q,, i s..r.) .1 .= s pure
,,,
.Tasher: I 4, 5; 4p 8, and, 9, of be told by use. I i. . .. ... ...
..ng : .1 the world as a : 1. -- -
.1. c. 1, .1 I 5, C, and 7, of range is, as the French nation poetically call it Eau

ships "d .r 3 1 ? 2 com- to it le m) e 1 ,ro so d r <81
n xTandy;the twenty-seven h day a good imitatio.. .


n e -1 --- nty a e]srf a 2 ec 1 m di 1
which rer *. \ .1 ads / St Wolte s ...urders out .. I

John 5 via 1.. L . to the waters of 1. . .. all parts of I ... .
Iscam'.is hay, at or near Pensacola;" and ir medical ph oses.. e
fro.:t Amelia island. on the Atlantic, to the rp UDOLPHO WOLFE
waters of Inspa bey, with a branch to Godar No. 22 Beavel Street, New York.
Kef, in the Gulf of M6xica;" subject, as to a Agents id New Orleans: E. J. Hart &
quired by law, to a .. in v. tino dollars and Co., A. D. Grieff & Co., J. T. Moore & Co.
htly ce to per acre, Nov. 19 Gm
Fthe baseline mid eagl of theorin.
cipal merldfan. ? MIERIFil"S SALE.
townshipps 1 and 2, of'range 23. Y virtue of an Execution .
Townshipul; 2, and 0, of ranges 24, 23, 20, Isrev c 11 Cou fort^ ic it (1 II
27, and28. me directed anddelivercelinfavor of Willialit B.
*, Fibe base ilne underist of the prin- Giles et, al. vs.RufusK. Shwalland wife, litave
cryal are: iding, levied upon .nd will expoho for sale at Susan-
wr idps 2. and 3b90flran as 25ennd 26

-.. .ando ... eth el.. I

be excluqed from the sales. acres more
:. eX ..... ;.
el by ac * .. .. .. ed to John M. Ifanson, et, al.
ud the The above side is postpone 1,
.. , 911ide di) heb le is postp e
Monday in June.
The offeripg df the shore Insts will be com- The above sale is postpone l

I rn nnda el a I It 2 Ah 7 81st is postpe et to
be whole shall have bece offered, and the sales Monday in August,
has closed: but no sity shall be kept open ri, ...1 p. .ed until the first
Oncyr than two week:=, and no private entry of I *.1a., ,n
any of the above lands will be admitted until The above sales postponed until the fird
after the expiration of the two week;. Monday in October next. .
Given auder my hand, authe city of Wash-. The above sale is postponed until.the faret
in +n this lifteenth day of November, antro Monday inNovember next.
r. One thousand eight hundred And fifty- The above sale@ postponed until the. first
n:ne. Monday in December next. a
By the Pre-ident: 1.14tES BUCHANAX. The above sale is postponed until the first
8. J. Exern. Omnanarwar of tac Operal anonday in January next.
Land ///},?ce. The above sale as postponed until the first
NOTICE TO PRE-E31PTION CLADIANTS. Monday in February next.
person eutilitled to the righ of pre- Ahr. $. Sh 3 e OL ty,
a ... I u to any of the lands within the town- --- -- --
Phips above enumerated is required to estab- ARRIVALS.
in he utisfact of t fl Regist r T discharged from Sch. ? <1rntic from New

make payment therefore as 7 p . .. k, Choice Goshen latter, Pronsons
after seeing this notice, and I ... 10 .x, ., . Potatoes, -.*0. I
p ntedior the common or ...trnets clii d. c. .
..riarryme as .12ma -.1 be forfeited. -----
1 t 'i fTH, Comadcaioner .i, ii ., -sp.. J. 1. .1 *'.. a 51.113,
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