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The telegraph
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Title: The telegraph
Uniform Title: Telegraph (Cedar Key, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Cedar Keys Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1860
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a State convention.
4.! qtrwyr Jump. 4.18]SOD
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^Koa n. i6 'tl^ Houe in the
'^"iWB.' t .Q~icy^-'^ JBoe 4. at 11

,."The8,oqveiitIa teminporaily organized,
pa qtth .of Mr. Laiuarof Jefferson, by
"ialig .ron. A, K..Allhson of Gadtsn to

!. E. Mi"'Engio was rev4aeltw" ti aad as

",!,,.. *tt..,opsOlxd wtO prayer

Tjlwg I ojr-f Q aIm t 'God uponm its delibarr-

,,On motion of Mr. Long of Nassau, a
so. min.ee of one from each county to be
*e&.tedby the respective delegations, was
appointed to report thl names of permuii-
_qjoi re Covettion,. as follows.,
,! wi'ttox ; ON .RGAN1ZA.T1ON.
.1ksaain~u, James L. Moseley; Franklin,
itbiit'Baker; Alachua, Tillman Ingram:
^ o, D.. C: D.tu^dns; Walton, J. E
*.ppllllan; 6rsn f F.R. Vilt; ai n.
#At, J0o'. Frink; Leon,.C. E. Dyke; O'rang<,
*N. Uwith, Olk'^. Thba Ledwith; Du-
Mfl 'Sadjqi, M 0rion, Ja H. John-
Boni 8pTtter,, Aillam S, Harr'; St. J h ,,
it Gaevan oviu tnam :G. Mays; Her-
idh,: 'C. T'lT:Jenkinr,- Colnmbia, G. U.
Jft'Eisc,qi0ia, Win. Miller; Sabta Roma,
IS..,, 'Mile; Levy, JL. P 'Cottrell;
* 14. ; WOVgI AP, 11. .SVe--.s 9Ui,. -_.
^...oyBSl- ffylo, J..-., H..Uappingtorii
Gdten, p, W., Whte, Lafayette, J. W
..etQueen; M*'*roe;;- S; ro.e; Dade,
NV. Nasm.i Wd 4oa .L.iorng.:
:'T Coovetition. adjouqe for balf an

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cli g a 1LUt cncer of (, Hr I,, twh1ad (ng LO' o
die S uibhin Staten--provided however that 6u ConVenitioU.-t.1", ; : ..
rinc.il'-f,,and rights areR in Bno care to," e acriliced, The o . ow i g nk. -. .06
..B..H.ITN, Th.efoA loW"i .g' epo.qvr oi
T. B. LAMA I;, on Apportionment was road"f anld-;,' .*d.+.
J. L. F. CO'I'I'KiE L, Your C,.i'it tceeon Apportid9nin.1be law.>.: m .
J. B. BROWN E, rc-,m, tlnit inder the resopimioh 6 A. B. NOYES, veC.c.tin ou yeoer1day, MAU-t1 ayyc4bpte;.
P. AN. WHITE, 0'ef,,ll,,v,,w i a; a rt-as 'Of repr.t-senaa.oif in t]i,.
(;. '. ELLIS, Conventio, : .'" ,.':'," (f'.
\\. MILLER, Eicl ,ih.\ rhall be. entitled to'one-votcr., 6t6d!
IN M. H. WARD, n. neikliiti,:,,,ld vote for every flfty'voteaca"00t~f dt!-'
,T. F. McCLELLAN, Dc toocri.t;ti taudidate for. Conrrge's_ ift.the..Cobngr'.G"
P,,::v ot Walton County. ii,,m-l election held in t.hie ye'rr 1856, e:keept -,'1*
(,On mtion th" Cull~ntion dljou'rned to a larger Democratic Corgre sioealvoe-w east,:,.+
'the year 1858, in-which esbo"'.'ahB vote of~tlf',
rl O c' ll ck 1p hin.. .. ..- ". "
*' year 1858 is to govorii; and Aha-, every fraeopna
vote le.p-than fifv and more than twenty.gkve,hil|-
Cotuv itl01 1n,,t, cou1t1 asanR additional.%tei,.andthat pu s .t. '..
The Presiden, isrcsell tPda. coin muuicatio s 643the-cq,.unties repreiaenied in-thtri 7e0nneintioni,
Cron-l6h 9 _ecretay. a .f Deiuocrati, meet- entitled to vote as followA : ',- ... -+
ug iu n Gadsen countyv,lteld (in the21,d in t., Eseanitla ...... ..t.1...: ...l
%anta Rosa............. 8 Suwannoe- ,.
enclosiug the resolutions "adoptt-d lV said i-lton ............ ;5 sr. Jo..n.
meeting. which .was read and received, and O::ao -' '' : ^ -
\\ ashigtn um......... !-.5 .Volu*M ,.; : ,.' ,'
on motion of Mr. Dupontof Gadsen, it was Callioun ............. ... 0 Aintnm ,,, 4
* on the table. Franklin: ............. 6 l1revArd ; .,.! ..
aid on the table. ,Tackson'............"..'.. A lnh, ." '.
Mr. Gra!bar of Levy read a conjmnuui- Gadsen....-. .-.-. ...9Suiifl-ter. .':
Lil, er ............ ... 3 M iariou c ,' .. .. .- ,8-
cation from the Ladies of the Presbyterian Leon.. ................iR' Levi ,,
'hureh of Quincy, invitingf the delegates to WakUlla....-....... ,.- Hrri.an~ o ... "-'3
i i- 1 Jetf rson ......... .".'l.. iljt4ri-d 'i1" "" ..'
attend their Festivul- this evenuig, which Madi,-on ............... 7I alt 'e i." "M :i
was received, and the President requested Tayhlor...-......... ..... M vnru. ,. : '. '
Lalave te ...... ....... 2 Dale ,; .., ,-|
to retturn the thanks of the delegates for HauLhtoni. .............. "t. DuVal.-. i 6._
the complimeut. N a, .:-..:..:........(' [ay ,,"' .3
T. ic ('ot. < li r ..a .. .... . "4 ... *' *
Discussion in regard to tlie Resol-itious \\'.D. BARNES.Chirttiw :
then ensued, when, upon' notion of Mr. The Cpnni";tt-ee (n Aplorio.nmeut~beg e1ye0re.
Eppes of Franklin, 500 copies of ih:,Reso- pecIfully to siiAit the followkiing regolufinohs--an
utions were ordered to be printesd recotanuaxlits adoptioto't .. ,,.',
Re.colo'ei, Thlt hereafteri iiall DemdfratiWtit-'
Mr. Eppes moved an adjournent, to 9 Con-ventions to fie held, ithe-r'atiobf apporiiontrqePt .
o'clock to-morrow morning; Lost Axes 62 of votes to the eever31 countieB: shall.6b.bdaeduuppnf
nays 76. the Demnrat"' vote, polled'f0# member to 14116-
Mr. Hihon of Leon movedto adjourn to g ,, *.l, .,, .:
said Conrebtion. -- -
half past 8 o clock toi-uffirrow morning.- 1W.'D.'BARNES,'O/,a rra,
Ayes 88-unys 67. Mr. Ellis of Coltunbia mho'ved: tha '1CQ-
The Convention then adjourned, umbia county be apportioned,8 votes. :Aje.-
7L-nays 78. S : ;
WEDNESDAY 8. A.M. Al Mr. Barnes of Jackson .moved that.CoT-
The Convention was opened with prayer umlbia county be app.rtio ed 6. vois.-
by Rev. J. K. Glover. Uanimou ly carried.. .. : t .
On motion of Mr. Papy of Lcon it was The report of die Comtnittee Apportion.
Resoh'rd, Ttat when the report of the Commit- merut was then adopted. :"
tee (lD esolutioniswas reached, the Convention go On motion ef Mr. Hilton' of Leon it w0s
into a C'umreittee of the whole. 'e-.s.l/,edTlhat two-thirdsaofthbe, v;teaof/he Con
On motion of Mr. Snell of Hillsborough, vention be necessary for-a uomination'. ", .+
the Committee on apportionment was per- On motiout of Mr. A lison-oof. Gad e
mnitted to report any time during the pro- the Convention proceed to tke,huominrtibn-
ceedingofthe Convention. of-.(.;0oye.iQr. .,-- .-.T',','r"".' ..

"fiolmd, That in the opinion of this Conven-
tio it idigpmefduland humiliating to the South
to make farther coneemons, even though it should
lead to a dismption of the Union.
On motion of Mr. Call of Nassau, the
Delegates present who attended the Charles-
ton Convention, were requested to address
the Convention, and give an account of
their stewardship.
MNam Dyke, Milton, and Eppes, respon-
The Committee on Credentials made the
'following report:
We,. the Committee on Credentials, beg
leave to report that the following, delega-
tes-are entitled to seats in this Contention,
was follows:- -,'
A.'ta_ .--D). IL ays, B. F.
Wardlawi J., Q.: AW. A.iers, J
Moseley, A. T. Hampden, W, M: Peacock,
B. C. Pope, D. M. Walker.
Franklin Co.-R. J. Floyd, T. J."Eppes,
N. Baker, C. F. Stevens, E. 'V. Rogers,
R. Munn, J. P. Penn, J. D. Adkins, D. P.
Holland, Saml. Benezet. J. M. Gorrie. .
Aldafiua 'A ; C o-:-T. A. McDonald, J. C.
Pe1oA,,'.'Ingraham, L. G. Pyles, Thos
Bradford, J. C. Pelot, jr.
Jackson Co.:--Gen. J. Milton,. Walter
J. R bVniEotiqW. D. Barnes, J. P. Coke,
W. E. AndersonfDr. Burkj A. J. Sims,
C. N. Hartisfield, S. Sullivan, J. E. Hearn.
S. N. Myrick, Wmi. Bntler,. J. H. Pooser,
J. A. Martin, J. "F. McClellaftd, D. C.
Walton 06-J, F,. McClelland, Proxy.
Jefferson.1o--John. Wooted,. E. E. Black
burn. Calvin Davis, Jos.hta Taylor.,F. R.
Fields.',;D, B. Bird, PY. B Bit'd, .Noah Treat,
J. W. Eppes, W. CQ. Smith, ohbn Ulmar,
f. L. Simpkins, G;rW. Blackburn, J. M.
Raysor, David Walker.
'Hamilton Co,--John, Friuk, G. W.
.Hawkins, Wm. H. Mitchell. Alex. Bell,
H. J. Steward, Jon. Q. Steward.
Leon Co-John; Miller, Dr. E. A. Bre-
vard S. J. Fleming, W. M. Bradford, Pat-
Vickl, Smith, Jesse Everett, jr. J. J. White-
hurst. Jas. Y. Jones, R. B..Hilton, M. D.
Papy, C. E. Dyke, Dr. M. H. Nash,
W. K. 'Beard' Hugh A. Cbrley, E.AM.
West, G. W\r. Scott, R. C. Williams, Jatnes
H. Gatlin,, D. W. Gwynn, A. P. Amak-
".OK.?as. B. Christie, J. J. N14apw,, Wim.
.*.' .->i-_--_ T$Mva*D r "iSVm' fsi J",tH

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS. John Dlanrd, Wm. Gordon, H. A. Baisdcn, J. B. t
Jefferson, T B Lamar; Madison D H Brown, Win. C. Hazel. t
TJ.e Committee retired, and through John Du i
Mays; Franklin, E .W Rogers, Alaahua, T pree. who wns elected Chairman, reported the fol-
A Bradford; Jackson, D C Dawkins; Wal- lowing resolhtioms :
ton, J F McClellan; Hamilton, W H I"t., Resolved. that. we authorize the President ol
Mitchell; Leon, R B Hilton; OrAge, Thos. this meeting, (owing tv the 'bo'tneas of'thne Ic
Ldwi Clay, Thos, ; Dural, H, Ltween now and MondaX, which line the Cuinven
Lodwith; Clay, r hos, Ledwith; Dural, H lion meets.) toiappointGco. IN'. Cil. (if N-,wsu r.o
M Sadler; Marion, E M L Engle; Sumter, r Col. T. Ingram, of Alahau ,..., to act a- pr x.y,
J H Johnson; St Johns, Ramon i0anova; for thiscounty in casting our \t<,in Fl nidou\, 1n
Putnam, R G Mays, Hernando, C T Jen- lion.
kins. Columbia, G U Ellis; Escambia, Wm in nd., Be further .Reoe T" :. rox.
Miller; Santa Rosa, Wm Miller; Levy, J L prosies are hereby int ructed in r t, l,-r .(,,
,eruor, to go for an Eastern man lirtt, iuJ thwn It,?,
F Cottrell; Hillsborough, Jas Gettis; Wa- a Middle Florida man--and four Coiivr'::. a WV,
kulla, A B Noyes; Taylor, J H Sappington; tern mun... .
Gadsden, P W White; Lafayette, J W Me- 3rd., In regard to appointing delegat,: for the
Queen; M'unroe, W i Ward; Dade, JB T Richmond Convention or Baltimore, they caat our
S' vote wa a unit with the bIlauce of theStrate.
;Brrowne4 Nasau, G W Call.-. ^ zh, Resolved, That the President of this meet f
; On motionmof- Mr. M-o.eteyb eenri, aing f',-wafrda copy o)lt-e pror,:-,:.diugs oe'fits nleet- i
delegate from each Judicial District wahi ing to George W. Call or Col. T. Iigrami, Quincy,
appointed by the Chair, to oppotuuiity votel Fl,,. .
of ec couty.All of which is resp:etfully ,iibnitited. n
of each county. JOHN DUPREE, J. C. BROWN, 0
The Chair appointed on this committee D,... \.0i. GORDON. W. C. HAZEL, ]
from the Middle, J L Moseley, from the H. A. BAISDON.
West, W D Barnep, from the Suwannee, \Whichli was received tud un-unimou'ly adopted.
L C Pyles, from the Southern, C T Jen.-' E. M. LEE. Preodent. <
Tj .iTH:A DDE Us FOST ER, SecretarV. i
kins, from the East, T Ledwith. T F Serear
",OnmoionofMr Grha o Leylh Mr. Pope. of Madison, moved to lay said a
,On motion of Mr. Graham of Levy,110paeoi the lable.
Convention adjourned until to-morrow, 9 paper on the lal,]e.
o'cock a.m.Mr calll or Nassau, called for a vote by t,
o'clock, a.m. counties, with the following result, t
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1860, Ayes-Mad iron 7, Fraukliii 5, Jackson
9 o'clock, a. 18.6I1, Jefferion 10, Hamilton 7, Leon 10, Aa- t
rion 8, Sumpter 3, Hillsborough 6, Wakul- ]
The Convention met. la 4, Gadsen 9-Total 80. 1
.On motion of Mr. Wardlaw of Madison, Nays-Alacthua 7, Walton 5, Orange 2%
the reading of the minutes of yesterday was Clay 2, Duval 6, St. Johns 5, Putnam 4,'
dispensed with. dlinbia 6, Eseambia 7, Santa Rosa 8, 0
The resolutions! of Mr. Long of assitiu Taylor 2, Levy 3, Laftyette 2, Mouroe 6.
introduced yesterday, at his request, were Dade 1, Nayau 6.-Total 73. 1
referred to the Committee on. Resloution.-.r Heruando Blank.
Messrs. Watldlaw and Owens, delegates] So the motion was carried.
to Charleston, addressed the Convention. The motion of Mr. Gardner-of Leon
The Committee on Resohutions reported[ was then taken up.
progress. and were excused fh-ou further Mr. Smith of Madison offered the follow-
attendance on the snoring session. ing substitute :
Mr. Wardlaw of Madison, announced) Th'IV) n,4 d"le-,ae be Hl]owe,1 to iSl'.tk nwore than
that Mxr Moqeley, Chairman (of the Con- once or longer than twenty ,niniteA on the Pame
mitten of Apporlionment, h ad been sudo qut-tiun--unles upon some qie;,ion revered and
reported by the Commniite nu, hRe.1,.uoltions, or by
deuly called home, having received intel-, leave of the C.roriventio.n.
ligeuce of a sad domestic calamity. t Several amendineuts were offered.
On umption of Mr Smith of Madison, the Mr. Anderson of Jack,,on, moved to lay
Couventiuu adjourned to 3 o'clock, p. m. the substitute and anmeudme,.t n the table.
Lost--Aes's 28--Nay's 11S.
.. +. : -, 3 o'CL,)t, P. m. j Mr. Call niived to adjourn to 8p.m.,
f Tlu.Co. -wr'C' mt: iet. Lo-st-Aves 40-Na's. 10 "
-. &eaenerl M-ro- nl-)v l~eof Leon, in\'ved to amorndl the
delegate who nmay & ~ss the Conventlol 4 I stb-,titttte, liy striking out --twenty" andin-
hIetr after, ,4i an-i' stubt t, be restricted to 0et.tiu "*lirt'," and ealh-d for the previ-
twitt mMfi~t~l,. otl question, whichhwas e:>rried.
S Thle Coin mitte on Apl'o,>tirimLnt re- nThu Ch'liair ha\ ing d-ecidted that the sus-
ported as followstl taing of the call for the previous question
The Cotuhtte,-iiiel"oitiled to aIT,,rti",n the vote cut all the amendments uL-ndiug, Mr. Dyke
o f th e sv e ra l r ,n t ie r e p re se n t e d in ltiSi > C ., L p p ea, ,d fr o m t he d e c i .io n .
" vention: leave t )re,, ,rt, that they have adop- I Th m b
tedl].he t',Aowing as a basis of representatioH. Ts
Each (.,tnty hall be entitled to one vote, und ried..
one additional vote for every fifty, vote castfor The Chair was sustained.
the Democratic candidate for Congress in the last- So, Mr. Gardner's resolution was adop-
C('.n.ressinal election, ;ud that every fraction less ted.
than fifty, and more tlhnLwTmenty-five, shall count
ag an additional vote. And that ,poi this lasitheI The Committee on. Resolutions reported
counties reieseutod in this Cullvention are enti- ag>follows:
tied to vote as folk ws': The Committee appointed to report "resolutions
+. ; .. expresfi ve of the setises of this Convention in rela-
Eecambi ............ ,N.v Rier ......... 4 tion to the withdrawal of our delegateS from the
Santa _-.Eomi ..........8 Snw nnne..........4._ o lt kft fal.Deui-ocra ,c C' ,veion at Gbbarle
H)lm,-. .......... .... .Orange ................ 2 1on,au11 other matters," instruct the undersignedto
Vaihitiguftn .........., Vo1% tyia ............... 2 report the following refiulutions.-
Franklin ............. 1 t-Brevard ................ l*.h4 .Be it R '. ed by /he Deinucraic Party of'the
.ars oU_ ........ ...... I I Ahchuat .. .... ............ State of Florida in, General Convnuiol Assem.
G d ..............t -S .umtier........... ... '..3 bled.-
. Liberty........... ..... ., ,lh.riou.................- 1. That the action or our delegates in withdraw-
Le n ....-...........li' Le\ y. .................. 3 ing from the councils :of the late National Demo-
Jetferkulaa........... ..3 Uf-i~ i atdor.)-. ........... cr ti Conventiou at Charleston, meets the hearty
Mathi) .'..... ... 7 *-* Manatee ..:........-....;.'. approval and_ endorsement of this body.
Tavl,,r .... .- -* hMu roe ............... .l I c'< '.;:ffi ,'!/h,'. That ttfis Convention approves
Lat'a',ette;.-. ...........- Llale ................. J- of the all ;i ,jra Conventioa to assemble at Richi-
NaS ,a u ....'.'-.'.'.'. ',-'-'-. '.' ( ...'..'..'..'..'..".'. 3 mond onteo'llth.,o0fJune, and w ill' appoint dele-
.%Cohuuibia..'......------^ .... gaitestorsaid Co(nveution. withifuUl power to repre.
r ( g ent. tlhe Demiocrauy'of Floridan, attit take ouch stepe-
IW. D. BAKNES, Phm "r fen s may in the opinion be advisible for the' main-'
i, The above report is unanimously "adopted by tie tenance of the hiouor, dignity, and true welfare-of
o im li-.I the State of Florida. '. ..
e Mr. Gorrie of Franklin, moved a tpcon Keohrrd, That the delegages +from the State to
*titm t .oftheprepo(rt. Lost..- 1 .the ils.. Charleston+ Convention, to: wit Messrs.
i, several ameundmeuts were then effetely. wah,rdla s. B.o~w~enes'and Geo,?.++E'L. BkoB"
e Mr. Dyke of Leou, offered the felini^-gtYer vCTibh1ree additionmaldeledu-tes from each
], substitue for- he amedment : if tlieJuducial Districts oft'hle Stae, tobe chosen,
]- Resolecd, That, the Democratic vote of lq5C for by the Dele gat ion from the said Diiariets, be ap.
|, Reprewetative to C'ongres- be ;i tO?tL-d ;,x tte hajrin p,,itf,-d nt Delegaft-s front this Stule, inl accordance
l- or apportioning the votes of ilie seve-ral ,ouinti.-s \\nh the foregoing resolutions, and that each of'the
l"except where ia larger Dfinocrrtic C-o ig,-, s i,,n:-l dIii De-legatc"s be authorized to appoint proxies for
vote wiaseas~t iu 1858, when s.iid v,_,te .hall be the tli,,nicl~vi-.

- basis ; and that the Committee i,,--liusit,:ted to All of which is respectfully submitted..
amend their report in accordance ther_-with,. T. B. LAMAR, Chairman.
1. Mr. Call of Nassau offered the following Mr. Hilton of Leon offered the following
J. amendment : minority report:
Provided, That the vote of old ODlumbia be The undersignod, a minority of the Committee
e. equally divided between the counties of New Riv- on Resolutions, beg leave to submit the following
ey or, Columbia and Suwannee. Accepte Miuority Report.
M'. Wardlaw, of Madison, mo ed the pre- esohed, That.this Convention doth endorse and
e- vious question. Carried. ratify, the action of the delegates from the State of
is The main question was then put, and Florida to the late Charleston Convention.
It the resolution of Mr. Dyke, as amended, And Whareas, The Democratic Convention of'
,n- was adopted "tl}e State of Florida. which olet in Tallahassee of
., Air.Gardner, of Leon, gave wa"o Mr. 1>h 9Lh of April, and from which The Floirda dele
r. Garuer ot eon,, g vew o ..-a-is to. the Charlesten Convention, received their
Call, of Nassau, who asksodleave e the-y"
1of ... who a. "apitnipr-ept, did adopt. rheso called Senate Res.lu-
folwing roceedings oFO MW e~t- --%r.+'. : ..
following proceedigs o 'et- .uo'aa.efpressive of the principles of the Demoe.
iUg at Sttlrke p'ecinctJft,'ver[ l .^^l.r.'ia, on the hubjiects to which these res, .
e7. which Were read aud reci, 60 '%b.',+ we .. Ae .een no-
-- Ala meCtitig,' the vote" ors.tCfasrhtte*d<:on t.he rositiou thenta.
New Rive r, ocunty, Fla., ;t .'(h.yv l 'k".'--T*.
ie on motion E. M. LEE was called.,h"-- That this Convention
and Thbaddeuas Foster chosen Secretary. dd spirit said Senate Repo-
The Chalirman in a few brief remarks explain i t ,lately'pasked by the Dom.
the object. of the meeting,, which was to se D e te oth United States.
e" to the State Convention, to beheld at 9uinc, ..R-JResolhvd, That thlls t'on<'enoibn will appoint
"Fla., for tlie purpose of nominating candidates for delegates to the. Richmoud: Co"iventiuQn,. and doth
m Governor and Congressman,' and sending Dele herebyclothe said Delegates with as ful! and am
gn gates to the Baltimore Coi'Ve'tieo. pie power as we canconfer.upon them, to do there
^ i .-.lk j-aa i-. rft A;nt a inn i ,-m,,AlwheioT Tolictnever mna see

Mr. Dyke of Leon, asked permission .tm.
read a letter from Senator D, L. Yulee.
It was .so ordreci aud t-ha-letter -w'mtf.
The Conventiou then resolved itself intl


"he Conyveftion was coied to order b,-
1th0 t mporary President, and the following
reportt from the Coninm:ttee to select. per-
manent offleeks, read :,nd .adopted:
A.. 'rhe UCuititittee aptipointed to i, ininat.
. r..... I' conventiont re.
3mr- thJ.,,w. WPM-

.." .. .. .... of

. .. + -d g '.; .ife -

a Commnittee of the whole, Hon. 0 t. V. Jefferson. .-"-'
Sell, of-]ternaudo in the Chair. Mr. Cauova nomiuatedE.. Blackburn oa-
The question c ie upon the substitution Jefferson. .., .
of the Minority Report, whieli was discuss- On the 234 ballot, John Mliltou of 'Jack-
sB-d lhyHlton ofLe u,, and opPe of Madi- son received 1054 votes and was declared
son for,,and Calltof Nas-.iai and May1 of nominated--105i votes being, necessary to
Madisou against. a choice. V
On motion of Mr. Call the Committee The nomination was made uuanimnous'
took a recess for one hour. by acclamation.. ..
Hon John Milton being, persent..yas,
longly called for, and eloquenitly respond,
ed, accepting the nomination. .:'-
S. O'CLOCK, P.M. The Convention proceeded to the -nom-
The discussion was renewed Iby Papy of ,ion of a Congressman.
Leou' 'Jor, and Tucker of Levy,- Ea~Ua -KBlc-rBmna'ed 13 C Pope -of Mad-
Leon and Long of Nassau against. io. .
Then at 6 o'clock the Committee rose*
.. ri Mr Bird noninated- William Dilworth ',of
reported progress, and the adoption of the Mr B n
,0 Jefferson.. -
following resolution introduced by Mr. MrAnderson nominated. J Cai a"
Call of N assau, as a sub.-titf.te for the und S mit of MAde son .no -. J '.%
resolution of the majority report.
Mr Gorrie nominated F. L l'illepigue of
Resolved further, That this Conventiin approve.
ves ofthecall for a Conventici. to atsenmble ait Leon. ',.
Richmojndin 'June;- and will appoint delegates Mr Canova nominated C C Yong 0of
thereto, with full power to repreEent the Dem ,erl:t Escambia. .. r
cy of Florida, and to act in concert with the dele- [Ballots in our'next isMue.-] _1 '7 *.
gates fiom the States which seceded from the latl ^Qi the 12th'allot, R B 'Hilton of Le National Democratic C(_veintion at .Ctrletoun and r i 6 oe and was declared n6fl, "
if in theirijudgement a re-uion of the Democratic r i v a wa decare *oifb"
Party of the Unio- A-an le effected 'honewably to inated-105..being necessary to~aiee .-
theDeranocracy of the South, and -iu particular of The nomination was made *unanlmously o -"
this Sle, upon .he piineipiles enuntiated in the- by acclamafion. '" ". t ." .'..
platformreportd in',the majority ofl States at Hen R B Hilton being preen, Wrs ioud-
Charleston l.nt reij(ted by the C,,-vention, then Iv eaj1edtoE,.+a, l. q.,ently-i' d, .
the dule gaw a rc -r eet2,1' 0n ? !-i,$i. atco re auth .rized* r .. "- .e db
tu take mitch ettops as may beT[neees.ary to harmon. accepting =t..nom"inati.on,
ize the Democracy in the support of our constitu On motion of M~r McClellandof:Jacksob. ::
tonal right. having lll eouli,]ence in the intetli- Nathan Baker, in plake of-Hofi.T.J- Epp.es, : .
gence and patriotis.mof our delegatcF who, iu these who declined',' Frariklin, 'W D- Bam&"t ,b"f
ipariculars are altlhorlzed toact for the Democrat Jason, Hen C H DuPont o'.Ga ,. .+:
ic party of the .otate. .-lsn o .H D~ o t o a'L;`
On motion, the2nd resolution of the ma- and G W Call of Nassau, were A oinod "
jority report was stricken out. delegates to the Richmond Convention ."
Mr Cottrell of Levy moved the adoption On motion of Mr Andereon of %Wkulla.'
of the majority report ai amended. Car- the name of Hen John C Pelot of Alaohua..
tied. was added to the list of Delegates. ". o
On motion, the nam es:of S Sfc Geo';Ragm'.
Mr. Call ef Nassau, moved to amend the O m t. aesOf He o :
3rd resolution by inserting alternates. e o M C. : Jls o ,, -,
and Asa Tit fu'rroe,, were as 'd .:.
Mr. Pope ofiMadison offered the follow- tn he list of delegates. '.... .. ..-,d-'-A
in ..' '. "I to th lst9fd ....si "',-._ ;, '.. .'- ,"
ng amendment. ,1,Then, at. 4 o'clbek a- .m on imoioni'.'of :- y
-That the altbrnitesbe sentas delegates." fNosaau,theCoDi"riti6n'tbok a, ""
.Mr Call of ...th 'i .-bn" ,,.k 9
W which was carried. .. ,-.e -, ; .. ... .
Mr. Papy 'of Leon moved to strike out e u TmjK&DmAY,9jCOK, i, *'
'that part relating to proxies. Which was ., : + .-. ".,":_
Jne u~The onvetiton m "n "''..'+i'+ :.., ".
,adloptedt. ". .. .
^ -,td .:,, On motion o- 6 ,f alta,1 n 6 of, ro 7 if 6 :, ,::N
The 3rd resolution thes read a. lluows: *. ,2_ .-+ --. ....,-, -(_^
Resolved, That, the delei:ates from thla State to WA r '"** -"*^
the late CIati le-ton Canventiou, to wit : "lIerd Resolved, That thbpPrepident of thisi:Ni- Ito'' .. A: _
John Miltou, Thos.J. El.pe-, arles E.,Dyke,4. .al.appoa ree.-d ,- -
FWarlaw, James B. Oweus and Geoige "Cult of Lhis State, ssftai di "..
Brpwn together with their alternates' viz,::.i %,Ir,li:he Execnti:e uttive Co tt^'.o0^'-, S b.e.
0. E. Adero, Jos. Johg Williams, 0. H. Gads- f Forie, a'd .- iE.A' iecu',.'. .
den, Geo. lHel veniten, C. C. Yonge and J-ames Mc-. 'by vested with f!,a:'d.: -: ".. .
Kay; be appointed as delegates from this'Slate'iL. point the time and p 6646Ao 0*.,.. ... ; /..-
accordance with the foregoing resolution.. pmocrat#,.-Partyq, n ow2PoU1%:
Onirmotion of Mr. Pope, the majority. re- ,,- the. opi ..on of K.cC..^, I ^.; 4,We
port as ame.h os a p aesDemocratic paa .
porede asa e a awas adopted as a 6oe _V_;..;,,,,t: B' Z. aQ :l. ,i--'" ++ +' : '.z?;

:7 ..... .,.oug .- Dv. -U_^, --I .-:-=., A--
*-'* "', ;'. pS^ ..... fT;'"'r, Dr. D. M. Lafitte. :,, *
...--'....iJ)l !! '^? ,*t. j *,ange Co-Thos. LedaWk, 0Ny.
:. ,hl,1,.tl. L',n,,er;-' of +,u-:nn+....+-" -- .glay Co-Thos. Ledwith. proxy. :.
N" '. n tr Duval Co- Thos, Ledwith, H. M. Sadler.
.:'Drtvid.l Vttlker, Sr. > V isuu. l3Zarion Co-W. S. Harris, E. M. L En-
For Sciiretauries, gle, J, H. Johnson, S. St. George Rogers,
:,'..** r -.T.All't.-on, Ist. Sec. Sumpler, Co--Win. S. Harris, S. St'
S''" 11. 'ichles Geo. Rogers, J. H. Johnson, E. M. L' En-
1",. W'. Rlogei, gle.
E,, N Gr' ram, St. Johns Co--Ramon Canova, Dr. R
W. 1. 11'nrI. G. Mays.
t THO3. T. '(I>NG. C'hmtirmau. Putnam Co.--D. R. G. Mays Proxy.
On motion of Mr. Mcl'hlhuiof Jacksou, Hernando Co-C. T. Jenkins, N. IV.
.0 Comituittec olf three, comtistig ol," Messrs Holland.
iN-MtlCleflaii, Laimar of Jeffersou, and Jeu- Columbia Co-G. U. Ellis.
:dlins of Hernanto, were appointed to con- Escambia Co--Wnm. Miller, proxy.
t'uct; the President and Vice Presideuts to Santa Rosa Co.--Wm. Miller.
"thir rrepective setts. Levy Co-E. M. Graham, James L. F
Upou .t king his se,"t, the Preidet elo-. _Cottrell, James Tqcker,. G.(wge Helvcm-
.-,qtibtth'1 idr--.sed the Gonvenr1nw. ston, James S. Turner.
On motion of Mr. Floyd of Franklin, jfsboougCo.-H.V.Snell,Jas.Ge
..tle'rules of the House of Representatives t Todd
,W' \F^ado' ted for the government of ?'he F^aulaCo:-WU.AudersonA. B
*"Conoven finn. o Noyes, James L. Barber, T. F. Swearingen
On4motion of Mr. Eppes of Franklin, a b Ws J P. Carter.
Scommitttie of one delegate from each couu- L, Taylor Co.--J. H. Sappingtou.
try to report upon Credentials, was appoin- Gadsden Co.-A. J. Forman, C.'E. L
ted as follows: Allison, William Aumroe, L. Gz MqElvy
: Madison, A. T. Hampden; Franklin, Thos Munroe, David Gee. P. IV. NA:hite
iJuhn D. Adkins; Alachua, T. A. McDonald R E- Dr, Gabriel Smith, Josses Wood
Jackson, WalterJ. Robiuson; Walton, Jas. Davis, W. L, Spear, J W. Goodson
F. McClellan; Jefferson, Dr. T. B. La H.B. vRich, Chas. ELgerton, Robt, Mar
ar Hamilton, Wn. Mitchelh. Leon, R. low, Jordan Barber, Alex. Brown, Le(
C. Williams; Orange, Thos Ledwith:-Clay, 'Loll, Washingtvn Rich, A. M. Moseley
Thos. Ledwith; Duval, H. Sadler; Sump- .BO Smith, James Black, J. B. Pittmau
lltei, S.-St. Geo. Rogers; St. Johns, Ra- W.0. OHver, T. B. Huduall, Ttmeodor
wnCnv.Pt o'R. G.,Mav.p; Her- W .OieT .Hdal hoo
mnCaInova. Pntu n, ". G.,,a' Gr. Hudnall, 71. M. Lipford, E. S. -Sheppard
,,no, N..W.. Hoiland; Colambia, G, U. W W induweedlee, J A Tharp, J R Prid
.11ls Escambia. Wi'm.Miler; Santa 'oa, + eon, Rufus Goodson, W H Slrickland
-XVm. Miller; Levy, J. L. F. Cottrell; Dr E C Johnson, A K Allison, Joq H Du
Sfillsborough, Samuel B. Todd; WVaiulla, Pond
"',.'U. Anderson; Taylor, J. H. Sapping- a CF
N. .T 0 Lafayette Co.--J W'%cQtuccn. F MXc.
rttu; Gadsdeii, L. G. McElvy; Laf.tyette. n *
.W. MeQueen; Munroe, W\rm. H. Ward: .Munroe Co.-J B Browne, WV H Ward
.Dade, Win. H.; Ward;. Nassat, T. T.G
--Long.Na'ssua Co.--T T Long, G W" C.all, J
L~oug. .: .H McRory, proxy.
On motion of Mr..Gorrie of Frankli", Resolved, Shat all counties not represented del
.- th.e.Convention adjourned. until 3 o'clock, gates p--rsonally pretent shall be represented b
.!P. M "" proxies.
.., ,Resolved, That individual proxies shell be re
f' TH,-IF' ()"'rLg'K P. M. ceived, provided however, that where a county
T ,, ',, h. ,' ..: ." represented by proxies, and by delegates appoln
Sv(bnyi the~people of thec unt the vote ot'the cou
....,.C I' all. of Nassa1U," .. intod' c ltl,_ thet, l- LyshaLl becast by the regular delegates present
. lowingt resolttiou-;. O,.i..... and nt. by the proxies.
I: ....o ,rit te eleateaAt:/Lelatb.Cb:,rh.:' J. D A DKINS, Chairm an.
'W" H- .tonCowcui ;o.e'" vi-.. t r e .-. Ward, Sec'V.
Wi.n.b. li.>i.s d.c .. "' \ Oli.otioliO Al.r Call of Nassau, the re
"-"O ldlj trl[ !1'1 thga',Akwot ,`i().n"'ji ". j,, Ifa iel.l ~Orl 4, ft, dier-
--.-..'" .......port was -received and adopted, and ac
z "' -" hI iidohed companying resolutions laid on the table.
"-: ^* :,,;, ,_I^ ,-,+i..ri "te: '-credeltiasi .1ld fill Mr., Lamar of Jefferson, introduced tlh
^'_-...,.,ith'rcet Nva. rated. following resolution:
,'' ..' : ""o ;. .. i, n ,,,, l,,-" th e fu '1- esolved T hat a com m ittee o fon e fro m eac
"=j ~ ~ ~ e a h!~@ n W ': t'. v j'o T r ,e u n d u n t y v b e a p ~ o i u t e d b y t h e P r e si e t t r p r
6-S'6- -fo B r 04tf c*oyQ i.ii~nr-idraiciii solationssexpreSteive of the senseotti onventi<:
t-O/_ll~ir t for: 'itITre r.)ld ,an1,l. .io -twith drawl of our delegates front

W t,;^ ,I- a Ih'o .;e .itr-, t- (.rcnonenn '-" .- ".es-

, g^wMag DIY, -, In another aolpltnn will b...punnd.a letter ...o irou ontFlio Silroa. is up. --W.." o--- $"
+-k oLLAND .Ch#,=. A, ....... .. .. .. .- b .I%...,
A rfrmment.| en fle anto-eomi4aiFo S0rYTx, toifria time, laid within a mile of Ohe ter- RrCHMOND, VA.,-Jun6,l3:|he ,p".".^^^:S::
f .* 1. 151`0f.Mob6i4, exproBriugl nsopmons in, reli-. TmiB, and before'Aisiumberof the .Te- Vontion re-assembled" a10 o'clock t~is a~ti' -tic~pio iKJ^^
Dr.... .no.S, fIW_ 2 X60 toon to tlhe condition of slavery in the Ta arao/t reaches Some of its readers the road morning. ,4 noA on o.N^t;,:@h
AB~oy~oW~ff,, J At1rictun. -We are somewhat surprised 1| ill have been' completid. --illn n!?nredea;,. n t~he. -118-"^S0?^lj's ^
De ane Iaye or Maa DEROCRATIC NOMOTATIONS, see That Mr. CABKLLOpoeeS the withda nwnJ Theo -iron horse" with his heavy bur-den, Vic,-,'esident were lecteed;'
MAOX. TH-19 W-29' --M --.11111fim" AM of the secehi, ng dulgates from Clha'leitton q-.ji now ploughing daily over t] waters (9 If. R.. ,unuels o,Texa., ; (.W,Je.atSi ,vS^.Te^^
BObt 5 Dielmon of Jackson, bnt what really startles us is, that he should the Gnlf, and inhaling its refreshing breeze. ton, ofelMiesippi ; M'. It. Fisher, 6r irgml-.^ti'" i-s^
IF I 1- onmi.ofEN fiL unhesitatingly aver that Florida will go for- Itrealy looks like kn anomaly in railroad ia;r..eo of A lansas; a;n B. Fi
7,.xW ofli o oOO^BNOB, the noniuee of the Baltimore Convention, ,building to see the Locomotive venture Florida';. a ouC-l o.,
.,, IC1111 M111 RAF *KI jpM TW Y T w hoever he be," and ,no man ntw s~drey from terra-firma and roll away out over thec olinn Ctiminiugton. of Tenn(se;H Or-Yn-.Ter-ioW o~i'
Tb TLngofNimn 10.Ne JOHN MILTON ..,o ;C-
Tr 1 ', .t~o -ang of Naai. UH IMt than .D,,ugl,,s." No~w, if Mr, (. ^mrf Jkur c .snters, of thi Mexican Gulf. if 1e go '.'Aey, < Georgia ; and E. SMri, of Lous_,Ul" jrcii ago TiLfom,.m wo lGhern anME'i
u&allXPye of Alhicea, OF JAOK89N COU\'1-z, 1,, h ,. u ~-+ .. ... + ,
^~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ia il .al~~~fhcnM rJCSN O^T.^, posi;,,,, to ,,.(l,..e iIntA'liX#of tehothAtlantic side, aud awny out A-9ni-the 411114. ^ *-* -* fh-D .Sot lcapnrfj~lc^ht
A Secetat'h w~as chosen from e.hSaehuiii'q ido le"e3d:,!fe- ..
4 Y Debt. -O P 16 'the ,'n.,lldt 6 -n ;o p>litki.'in l-4irida,'tien we Wiftrhi nid, to the lovely ,Ameha Isle," n in atte ul en e. "
,light Ta)ward this egregious mistake to ignor- tdm beatiiul City of Pernandina, we see .PrYerWasoff r^^iP y thero
m'CJtitre1 1 fLe I11 Levy; but a g'ittlenanu who in time pni s thissaie "iron 1,orsb" vending his fiery Danenn. '" '" beeau8^v6all-{Ww'liltt-uS:ivci,'r-"s
Thoma Powt fDvl ,'.II IIC; M V1resident Erwin was- conductid6 he' ." '"'..
Thor1n IEwith of utaI. O IX ,t i I; (Ddtinguitlhcd Ilimpelf in the Service of way. Front the Atlanfic to the Gulf- Chair amid great applause, Ful aeltowthed by .obzress th-do-ti ot^ ..
,. ...' _..-.-. .--- ....-,the ,htat,, from wivhI hc ps just migrated n,'oss the iole Isthmas runs thi. road-- ec the h]r~ r'auo hii i- na ,a
... ,'TKT^ r rsM V, II11 11oo. 1ust IpV too well iLio'nied to be ignorntitof this grad -and sutcessfl-enterprise, stance, as follows :. Iegia],>Uon anulpolice -egulatiiiareiiSe ^
-' ^'ailinl $e lb -- Ih pntnt ntl palpable status of the dem- For a lhng'time has this road been in We are a8senibletl here upon no ordina- cart9 Afford'aaeeti lproteutfo- to i.,;.
W H Ward of Munroe, All letters on buAnoss with this Office ocratic ,,arty of Florida iu relation to Mir. course of construction; but slowly and sure- ry occasion. We are ],ere to.vindicate tit enjoyqrel" slave p'operty *Aii, tta&.
"Thomas C FI o erumdo. must be addressed to C.%. BDs t basis ha. 1All.CAB ll ]e has it Progressed. Meeting 'I pposibioot uponutoy aieaI 'm .-l,, i-
;i o UPblisher; andletters touching the.ditori- 0,lS n'ia Ia hwe had hABped ]to hasir itl'gesd etig olsto ~ siuiand ge t o lurl ries,\he t nTIea.'so lC ng e'_til t fi
On motion of Mr McClellan of Jackson, &a department to be addh-essed to the Editor. I r thus broadly expressing an opinion so On Cvery hand, abused and derided by pow- w overpow, red by' n, unibe,.;, astll. ^l t-
nvet n e to th point- certahi ? surely none ; hbcause, every pub- crs, and inflences; it, h'as steadily marehied pell.ed to seek redress n ruael\-es;-',.W le?'islature nd peopi'le, T'T.rLton ^1^
E o .See proceeding of the P10ni, ocr,dic State Ile <1enionstratiou or the democratic'party, on. Maiee and envy directed their darts hd hol oI II find everythling harmot ious the e u uf saery; ... ,.- '-
.n motion of Dr Mays of Madison, .it Convention on first pna_,,, w!,ehre they have assembled en ass, has to crush it out ; ,'epo,'ts,.]nalig]n~ t and in-. was t'l, aio._(^ ls, ,-,wnvnton htl thsislhop, c oaneom 't he :',me bre s ', fao^wo ir i'^
@-O moio of Dr May of Maisn ItCnetoan l .-t th,. C.harles~ton Convenition", butthap "'l
ThatWL ., e eon sug$ts Its Wn U. S.M1il Stela,,id /p Al,,ntic, ,ll 'rct- bee', anything but favorable to the claims jurious in their charaifer, were brought ; i spaed adno tet ,a.' isl e vot r l .-
aw ov sitiat i ,,s, arrived at her wharl'on tine 18lli froin of )r. DOUGLAS. Tlie Conveution to nora- Zorvard to cripple its progress, and weaken leMt bht to !'s as we have done. il*r (.0l,- are opp,,sed. Ter,,toial iii .iin u ic-l"
SOk frmoun thhraIe were waived, and New Orleans en route ftorIlavana. Ve are miate delegates to the Charlceton Conven- its resources; but. its foundation was too duct hAs boen approveil by onr eonsrit.i,+'t.. Bhcvery may berepeah-i^Iilit-\'whiMirie..
oi'F st lid:-Sout allow d l sb) p-reseint the under renewed obligations to PursCrSArS.:LS, tion repudiated him; the litte State Demo- strong-its conception too grand, and high ir't we are n ,,t ,ere -to 1qejt re ulato ns,_ ip" tl'ra," ae ss;i"lt1_ .l-'v":'"'
Th Ft rported the names: ffor late New Orleans papers, critic Convention denoued him; the andphnl h,as it overleaped th.em ',,rae 'i'tr
toy, G W Call of Naaia% for Alternate, \Vc call attention to the schedure or |he der .,^S^l Ac t o t h fite sno. him and his tenets ; in fact the whole 0-a successful enterprise, ou," Constitutiual rio.lits. Oursisasingt- tion itcantpqlhes~aelhlir;1-taliii,
.iBMis Gettim of -illsorouhiana John As" FloridaAtlanticand Gulf Ceutrol Railroad, oice of the d"'ocraev of Florida is raised )' In the histo'y of no road, perhaps, ha. ir condition. We h'W ave peuliara Soutern slave tintoeteTerritori'M tuhe;.hbt.
Tatum of Vunr-loe, in the advertising col u ius. 13 thitinschedule , .1. I ns. u~titutions<. WVe mustso o as ehae i" leDcnrvia ,i ri 1im V
5.m The Mider~e..te h aes o iasnthers ver ti hengcluo.id Ratilrs sceuei tno'i.^an tones, awvay with th~e Little there been so much strong opposition, as that eommenced. :solved to maitan fimr izlts r,'(hnarp'thpr-,e-;,;ton-.^i)i
R0tor,' T J Pattm' rAndersont of mesf'etonlf route to Lake City and Jacksonvi!le, will Giant" ^ o the Florida road; no ,arrlers whih se,,mded to tl,e uttermost. We..,u~ t unfurl our tit,
pr AltemateW.HMitohell ofHa~a|Iton, H to moe now to tile oppositi$Wand lo be more insuperable ithan'this, but Mr. bauner ofthe ULnhu, iscribed with' the party up,:-.an impossible oitdit'o'-
Yr A8itantBlohard Bradford of eMadison. .-; what is their position in relation to DOLTo- .tULEE, the projector, the executor; with a the Cootisitution aud"our rights, ate-
,All of which *88" unanimously ratified The weather during the last few dyes has LA's The prets have to their maqt-heado uaster'- touch gave it a living power. y waY That we can maintninthei
ly the C on v ention It h a -be.r p se h t w
The Co^nveiltot profiled to appoint eghtful. Rais have been frequentte names of BELL and EVER. ; the Cvithout mean. with enemies all around,acthdfinielyer eKthai we shal
Eletoa ro th Wst aaipprqu intan. Ieytinlea bcoe evied. ievarou cutieshae ied eetlg, dthisl ad Companylyths Capppaproover onenothrcure o or p-demedbvslteoldrcoursee o onsT-
kleftori 6011a thi West, 'at its request. an' vrtighsbcm eie. ~e vaiu onishv edweigadk
`4Mr. Eppes nominated John Gorrie of are in hopes, that our friends in the coun- the adherents of the Coustitional Uuiou IPattled for their enterprie, and are now POleuts ; but whatever we-' dot
.. donte W ith the 'd rmiht ao h on hav hee vinited hasthrawEwo e lt ue kthg t n.ae.iada t
:,"" po mae; A E ~ w eu ^ ^ saIte wh.aBtLL, where is V o0 1 D oU o-LAS L Ethich rom ieously th eeng arohu"d them. -' .. .
Theft a ther driu g theyast newsdrysnh-spL.sr! TheFpressaavd toothwir sour-heids Tseeg'eatondha'daoejet 'vieor wy way for .w e yeans ma ntqin these t not righs, o it thur the deral, rnT;flt
For Gorrie. 0 4-~klin 5, jeflferso" 10, ed by an inexhaustible source-of water- lie to receive his vaunted wejorit N e Florida Railroad was teuilt, has yet to be Tie the distutes' about SIavliry', -ia
beeueegtful StJohun hve been 4, enet veryftresh however. o have shown you beyoEd the shadow (if a developed; but Without prejuditee of favor, 'thatp eerio has mhde-no neite ohirgslavesnmento theis d hust bais'..f _.
Levy evryhig asbeom r ve. e arou cunie av hldneti6, ad Nletl ad etraraeyr.i wors apr)e now tohaen ever boreofoure. an emdb l~vhl.ssficett-'

,sau7'* 6.1- Tota 6 Literary Notice. .1ui, wha t,,e democrats have d-,ue an 1we predic, that in a resoale tiie Com,- -forbearS no1^ ^ loce.I.aiNiflt
aFnMaxwell-Jackson .11, Walton 5 aourt- the adornts of the Constitutioual Uniumn ,merce an eriise, an retake all. the consequece te nor fiatl slaves w id wlen
Hamilton 6, Orange 2, Duval 6,h Marion, l i site d for Jpiouw showe, a rd rat fi hen yBL ean e to mar- obclt-e' to this enterprise. Tlte peoplhh of I heave nopurpose to dimanvp the Iupret-r hasr de'i~etlai'
,, Suiptr & o( lulm b oinat~ 6, Waknlla4 whii ethae frJuee ntl our. Weabalestnd then, M. D(o uBE4L, where I? your I-)mUy;A a~ hc re-ionl hung$ Irud h
~ ~ ~ rtaich onr proati~sae. wthate De.nSut o oitii~ia't::xldiS.wtiY

M unroer36, Da" i 1. T W-5& l 4 usual is filled with sedbct literaLure, fa,&lioU- '0'al 1 P 3oro-~Llaccr tLi~t ~^ f rlio have he-ard ijotTwic( Party-. Whatneves o are.wihthe Deiocrtns~sttispjepe iit.t~ubc
'f E ^a^ia.t., '; ,^' ,^^ ....... ... .. o^-^
Ac~e t8e 4oerrgte calulte toe stingingdus, thei slave& lie, Democracy'T'itf~s;~il~
"Jhn-erf~bilzvte was, -fronm dogtthnte, en uron-p thaFlrveadf'o acsuomes frometed u bec ,,rwihth t'wu'-iyrashsenrigt st ~tq/rre \it h ddrlz..nibf~'

O -mo on of. Mr ol o a lis e- us go ac a littl. a d show your will se that thisroad is not the monster dave gone astray, an ae waueri atter o fr .Ter itil
For orre-- ollandi of J Feraonklin, itsyan inxautilesure ofwae -- hege ecialhsvantd ajrty? e oid R ilod asiiitha vttobe" "h'as"" ...be-..

Dilon Jordan of Escay3ia, was appointed come veshy popular, -and now ranks first error aerain, as regaonds the Balldo.wire uom- they were taught tot believe ; they will find hal godenos.protre. Things oernnton tW&sjust..bas .-ibe-.
T e u re i vdc e- Will rrolilds are there for suppoo- that it is no eeonrpobrly-no idle scheme I a rusty ge.ctleien on Perba,'s o :th "
eyt loro h7,cln ,6, as- ,f at whit the dem crati s have done ald po predine t, th t in greaean ghl e tite, Corn- lti t o. ... 0 A i .to ---.
On motion of Mrxtodd EppesofnF kis r ug, to n at o sitcrars inNt eM Feldorigda wlso tf h [ Bte o a lo ftl e li a lon 'merye a ndb Agriselthre w ill cgargeui- foe a ( t'eop, to e we hngPident, *i-' e to t ave kn own hm el', a +
10rn15" oen ofra ne2r, wasral pontd as io e f or $2ne i. oi o he. a ll, woud I "onyous whe. .6h p cothat our ear .it-e"to thi s p ,lterlris e. wof m a ari, adta eall t ak wore Nor yea rs in Conre s with'-hi.,
^on~oS^ ?^ del~te tothe Eic- dowel tosubcri e, s i lis a~ th corec tr? t tle lee, Mien' lu the* icv d tisanevr hve havehe saveored so o elil'l? o nele cibaeanCfientonHe as verbeenou< ofltheo lel ado-
"O14nt. m, the .oll . gentleman ^i Magazine, ,uot ,," -.nthe alult giof ,s large cole tha, Convesio: te D a Conor ess and^ the ultimaae Cg.Whle
onwreapointed afM C olmitte tof rainor ith e T larg .zo au hapes asb- t usl gaw alot a lf, itte,tr law l esho tour+il.e atti roa "ilnto te on tehaegne asrj an aomitt e owaCred tei'ngi a ft ep r ;r mprted ct'uitn 0f deno.ne r, o r h pwin.il-ie iw?-
I)oa Jodld a of Er.Gbierwa a pp o intre d comen vey ou r ""an noWak frt errrlga, h a s egrd ther natios indicate sucmh e a wer t uht,, 1i,el.etea; they wilfnhaleods We--muthrimcingoerthem a .p er-an dof t'he hfed sa gi ntK1sbec-iiernm nr~
Of ther noiatiton, an "e us h i ca ss. Th pu li v ofer getide- --t oree. \htgo und ar1l e ci thr e ;:ry suol- ti t no t is no nil op v-n idl sc,e e r am rus t ^ "g (r .seatlesn, Pinh'the C uentio sihitliet er ri re, I'- do '"ot' iidest :
rules,, ouf will endof,'os co do mCall of, In letin hrh..t ,eioiug asttoed.et (tt.
."On motion of Mr Eppd oi Hi'Fbranki, tonats tom, 2)4x6bs cheers, and $ he wl cdtgForawl oll teBlioenr- ,ta uepis htwl rdalyb fhp ha u eieaon' iirutfl otra unw.liteea enlin iff~

the narne of Thos. M aulroe of'adsden was ziue for s e ci year. Ladies especially wou c* lld conc lsIioIn, which could have been draw in acter and p,,wer, whMc oth,'1wie, would Thade a 11 srief address of thanks., sve n y ersitrial withr-i.
added..cotelist ofrddledie aste tohe .Rich- d eUo su rb a it a.erllth ort -" .' Con '"' "'. "'.1 "t i.r1hmt" ,..nt f
.ee d Conven tion d o -. t u *'* b,* a it I I th'-as to the action of theI, denioraei-it thisi never have sought lhor shores. ".A- ItOr to ,-

pm phen t fo rmn b. .'r ur .... t:, (-nn,- ofi 1i5iwere adopted, l., ,.,'l- .1. .'- v*.rl..; ~ n-. il Sae o pe ae buines .th.goer teC nmeut iaes(ou ai.solNthni, L natl n~trt;>vi-,,!,!,. err thae n.tiu 'ior
On motion, the fo''.owing, gentleman fashionl particular. r, iuQ hnvc orig .'inlated Since the' re lo. h1| r i st 11.11.10' din I.t." of this Conention.
:were al.i'ntd a Co~i'ea o refor th%% ithdraall o|" tig dvh-g.'tte:- frown (Charlest,,n. Ge,l0LTne Committee on Credentials. rpre ,,r~~3 dnuu0on oi~aete'it:
.adida-es fora Governor and Congressman MYo. Hilifol. ) ll, lat,- their a'ti,, indicated such a Gen Milon that they had nlijurisdictiondover op In what he t.t !,'iM on s iie h eirli
'Of their nomi D aion, and request their a e- cour t,, ; l'rl I| tl,e t \, i t not Th e I60.18, ri..bs ,,r giv fo l- frm e rkSate as he D laioed fo t lim as. fao, seats ;a u] Co, s, ver hai
asor thet m a: I't affords'us pleasure ;I,] gratifit,.a-ti,,n, h- ad tT<-, Ohe i t. ti>-i.r..mle !ii It masknowir 1,e ', et of th D,,- oc,,ti al tme reu Sta te. repe eted, 'i t.i
Vess're. Hollan'd of Frankli'n,-'-Call of to leh.,'nt-liat the name (if this ,unptletieti is ION il. nyitorci enunciate the thee tha tvticrei toietiimar-em;t.-
o f- -to thi-e ct le-nite,+ that lhierre would.

tiSa' nT, to brn;rih. .-^ti i.~.,s n.l H of 'Xatilof _^ 1 Thee C,.,y to ~uetk e d that f the acio onvei ettve wast not,, ''rreaso nsd' o y I rt-g a.re" ...e+. .
Brre, %owhe. { r* ohere ,'eceivii,, tl u -llpi rt of ,, t _- Doul, as tl.e caudui'or -oJ tte
.e p o an of " tk t o L).- a C'Lt,1 V. it h l.-lll ,,II !tilfr Ihe tit-n extrud to then thha t h t tesn tis oion i i det.- I4)i fri end, ,n.1 d sr
I i a d wit o t ] lea t"'"l'lotrt 't, ii n.. 1 r t.vId t ; a tili" wa l "l .h ., ,1s o, ., .n tlhe l ) be('uas if t -
Res. "'i ,linco f the Know H ,~, .,,,- w ... ..... ... .: i t tp c tulc U nd2 ....-
tendere of many altltieittiloa eetrastn t ati
A t h T .i- 1 k .o w . a t a ,. . r ,. ...,v Mc, .r':,-:aiie d, i t h e f ors Ianot .e t u m e b y ot.
I -l,.:r 111-. -.6j.i'ud -;r ia l e
"49figem at t R: .. .. -- q. ;. !.tt t IIit I wff t-il.< ,l' L ~_'lt o'. i]-;-~ ct.,ta rt~,
county, it wa* au prized tohoveathe pro-r t l. <-,," hec ue it I,. h, ll, Ii,, -,, t l1,, I I .; I I"It- F o i' t teti A Cas ultee om onemb ers, but ront were f in-ll Ft^d ni ,.r '- th at Srate

"T 1 8' \ ~~~qt Of I.- hilli, it i. 1. ri f 1111. l, ) !i ow4111 c% n M r.l t .\ tElLl- I ost..e f, i v e kowd I liint Xt al C a ommiteed of on Dee.a lintgo an liefr T e o
Ie Wdirigs oftho Convention published in tr t ;, ,,:tAti tl l Pvh ,..h ",' 1,. -.1,. -^v r a mStioe,,:pe -ior tej nve- hclat l re | ovr tion, whoe ver ti>
pam phlet form t, V |... ,i ;-:.:.: vo : ,: t.1,' t r I I, n .l ,I o:rd "In 'l r t i, u gl-,lat e r o Psepar whe Mr at h, ll-a ry irt, b, oao
On m .otion of M r. N oyes, of W akurill it F.ait# 'ouve ntir n iiuo l u. "r''l: 1 i, !t / 'i i ~ e t, In I~ ol 11,rh %vi al.h pri] i ,hfai'., opo~an sai d t,a % h eu e,1-,.i 11; (r e t h n ,. a sh '. '~"il lp pr~ h n '
was,~~~w C. It.,'i(!,.' Iov" :'~:,lt l \,titrli, ~ t ty Itll','|'h.'' .--t'h: ,,= n 1. Ilif n-tl n c sst f u h (O lnite n f- alnl'. 1 I..,tl+ 'it il r8c eg i

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..,,ar. ,pa,, bad as little trouble here wit. their ullying pu e,- -e,' Senator Yulee. three-quiarters... surel tl, la. The-.ed -deh-
1-1 Ward. J parteamedi any port on the wit. th\ l, a man occup.ving hispition, maike Whilst this motion for adjournmentt wite .. ... .e o111 4 .
pe_-att-s Mr.l uotiin -~ of~h tN tk ofnm t
REFRACTORY SUBJECTS.-otlarrants a 1.:, statements of such puIlait, when the -acts W e trip the ftdlowing omplimentarvar- pe Mr. Bald in of.., New, York,w, 5t)1.) votes tor the .,plpolifiu ca>1 ate I>
been issued in New York against certain wh i.} Ma ,i" f th N. (re Po diarf down and 1,lay the deuce generally ; 'fr "i butunoo Ie th hst a arose and comment .eda refractory speech, Thea R n- ,n d.i"l ^ .i w'fint a ..u
,ipeoon lie a""e t) bl tie hstorian O The Honu. D. Yulee. LT. S. lSenator from meL sa then took place;\aill y"ou sehid
.,persons who refused to answer the questions all of Thieh is siply a t,take. 'Til. Friday tdemoeratic politics, should wait tri he SState f Florida, has written a letter ing, with open mouth and speech unt]elj- ee,,s t hope o heIae a
.-Fofrth censustakersal.infomstion'fromolowi.ga p,., 1an into the time to purge |rin hiu tlis, deeply rooted irnouncing that he will not be a candidate ered. eceikrs? pe s W a- e it te L
extract from the law is published wharf, which wa. very old, ant "in'ure it pr,.iudices which his autagonism to the "or re-election. His term expires on the 4th There were'few ladies it'attendance,-and ios ,,,,this siiblect, and'it was to make
e -trao3 from the law is puhlis'ied : .:, cousiderably, but it was not caused from a democratic ,nrty mint have t|;rmed in him. pf March next. He states further that lie a fair number of spectttorsini -the galleries, ti inquirythat sat down 't. rite to yot.
And Be itfur'ther enacted, That eath gale. ^m. r, t,>. retiress finally from politics ; that --it will There were no speeches male: except very YoU-rs, very resp-ectfi~r.
..,....- eyery tree person more than twenty There arc Fo, t he ho r ast fv ears le n-a not taken aunyTiot be consi'stent with the way of life he brief remarks upon -the business "f, the ".:.. E..(. ^BELL".
._^'^ ^ A ^f 2 .0 an..1^11nil rest- 1. "1ih\ --,- a/11, I1o111- active 1,art il politics; but so soon as he proposes for the future to accept any polit.- Convention. ...- ',. on..J!flN ForlsYT.,. : .
.^gm^ ^naW~~~~~~~~~~~~~~an^^ -x&,itU^re of Florida,, he gets 0h Jeal office whatever. Mr. Yulee, flirs-known Teobctwso kptu uliteol :*:- .. "J
the) abseni 'of tile heads Anid: o&er' mer- .At il ,l~u,, Lili.,+ ,,,m;n=",ti' f~l :T 'o:"+3 : -.-Lv +m (gtet ui, ti ]el+ts+ ':'+ 'm zt h ea ee to tehcg
I" ~D~ e r 11,1 U1 )(1,6 o I I Irf IV LAS -. .. ,, real( s 1il .lilt in ii- 't '- iD... jC ...X.K th -D.l. i I + .."i. '+" I .
,..b 0...f-any su la.m.,, th9n.." agent of talk aid pr.,t, -Is Il.,,r ,IQ yout, please it will ,....... .. ,, ... .. re.s before:Flrida was a State, and oAe,., re oeeastu,: S: T v..... i< -,^ ^+. i. ltlOR.- .., ....l ..A .
.... w o an- u -f m l I'd "- in of [I i t O wa ell ptl ti letter, nmakingP DrO'ad- re,. be ie--1 -,a -V" z... -. + , :.:.
.... ,s family i bs-all be, .m d ea 9f then is effect nothing 'Nat..r. 1 kid th re,. P P 6" b d te first Senators elected on her admis- full development, au the poly f ..
,. -.herebv required, if heretofo requested e.. '- ,ast statirelents which in 4rnth and in fact, pion into thie Unio, and has Nerveduni o S ates ass here. 't The iew teork Soai Bothe ra's"At
,by the Marsha- or .Ms a"Want' ender hv"roa.i. .,- .. Ito -ell grounded [rein ,ies. Such ruptedly. we believe, ever since. His i'st Ift tisiiderstooil lh, ;,11 the-Delegates l w -e the tltth abot "he persona
"a true account toe- A. fii or I n t all tl, r. rr, i world caI t as the eec entric bherscott, pt tHose f m S l ti.Carolina- a I at t l e
"nt" -it 'l "t her .. IvMtIn s nma Vsoon1 itldenlti)" M r. (' BELL With as iaew s he e en re \ e:ot, re- e ep |l se roh ." n h r li t d-1lr- ho r et ed h n -e o ttie a kt -"
i"kP6-N .., .u g .il t effect. r eti llv (of New Jersy. whence he came to ida, will go_ to Baltimore, and chu .the lublincoventionas letegatesln|miTe.
suqoh family.,0m ~the various: .p.r~tio~ulars rIe'- tile people or the Sotith-WNest, btut the will Florida, w3 Secreta','rv of the I erritory, and. ri'ht of-adujiisiw14Jhlete, a. V haeeli te t. ist ," nn ..
-pired in an4 by this .Act ad the tables Riohmonl Convention., iit do Lr this latitude, The very na;D of thenore,,atur. Mr \V eseottsiicceede' ..n -d q.en
"tf.0ereto subj nfloed, oa of sfo iting'i:30 -- ,UGLAS is pestik.,ntial, and the people attr Martin and the present S,.-nator, Mal- A N' to sevellA xas ,.entt,,eu:' visitilt0g otNrri-. C.:
o' be sued for and reo+Jverei '-in' an-:ae':io1 In another c,,lu n will I,e ,,tiund the pro- hrillh flrom it as front a serpent. 1<.-V. "
o8f debt boy ti'e RK.!tm.luu r Mr.Tuleehasheeu oneofthemosti- I" '"t'" I-' i "0e sinteo Aiisan ofT Ono~lb t 7 I ll, CAI'" -'-" "- a gent-tleman ofdr u. efnl mere ers of the .(- t on ation was before the Maror ,f. Charleston 'Th T> r,. re P l f^ -
.-v".. ... d Be. iftfurthe r... .. eiarled,.Thtnt .... ll finesi which aassetmlloh d O ll Ihe l lth. -A 1 the se- tIlrnt, *md,tr_ 1 .r" "-rX -v,.rit."ne-, an '..l (, t]" at.\ -!t'l ns ha." *l.1 la ev-eros'., g'i~ e (n- a ,ra e a. few day sie o ,,lch *t6 1ecir o eD totFefP sthe ba ."rjiv: -.; '".u', "u
,,; a e tJ "//efc r, iat~ll fnes whic ) tl1th. _k^ til tailenki, .iUd Ilir e op\ rierunce. anti i~s Cal ate. lie has ot' late years given a g;rear a few days since or +hichi Ah Iecr ,t.i>v ;..
4, inu, penalties, `Jierei R^i'T afie or may ble ceding So,,thern f.-tares ver,..rpr-seu ii, elated to make his mark any where ; and deal of!his attention to the intental i4t- says : ". , -:
erimrhedin. Qu"rs-. '- tach .and alsoNew York. The proce,-s s.m it" he will c,:nine t. eslu-e tile cause of ptoveients osthis State,. and particularly n a t t "- ,. ..... "', Haont
i thiWen. ai-I. heat orTerrigon.s where such to be harmonic. Tie Convention it \ill *r- .. ... to the railway Cownieatiou across the IFth'- Manya scvn
The C.otran Is vie or ion, ills tette %i ,OuLA_ n-4 %arml, a- he does ,i his letter, Co orthy of heig i-eseted from oiyon:, State. The naumc. tthe |h'legates ais li
*".-: f.^ i,xrey :urte4,,.. . + ... be seen, ]~~~~l' e 01tleL i=].
". -."-.. :' ... "':. .. -'".., 1 it or so ner Ht the 'I'esid.vnt dt ens it in Congress again. W e wonld with tue "great faith inii he capacity of the'. route ft" .- .an't .. o. ', ph ', .o.s .-.g -- : S-ot:4 ,J. :i ?,' -
;:., ; - ,P A6A-.tTsftr. g' TPARF- W .pr-oper to call the. to,;:.he ',,-". ce, h,,weer, advise MrI ]LL, whI that i s' p .t to tpercede, lua great' who.was rece-t, I.. *bybro .l.ioi'. .r. Fils".Delgate. ar latge; E .'y,--:-
PU .sfernne \Viiivesill advi-se;.M.T. Mr.hii|lr (' L,10i tispl- ., r
'' ,- .M -.,,,,,-,.. ;.06M ....Q6'. a ,d _a- ,l. e,, .tl e totteyauie-of fr-eighit between bec rleCtyoda e+'t 'gu ti~, :
",:' Ba56nt t ,e ; Et o h It is truly gratifving tit) ,ee thbato liett.-r eq. dehe- Ila o' eeto da rpe, iW
To.. .... A<> ""1 ....... 1 ...... ,uu "' srutpm.., N', :I ,and'.ew Orletana the use.'ofsea e.. The towardd of .hdrpha ,.ih . J, Yoaseuih" .ic .
a t I red for : tlt p dc;-,',n t -ltended 'til ttr e
n' aae gatesod th, Bales aml! l F .9;tlesa-wUOt tbe ru'eseited in that, b].1o0.vredae onnectin ae, t. the tha-pe, apld I. h....
.w v Fl dogg belong
W*J^ ^ ^-^^1""-W\;4 T. nt"**'u. _V I-,. (,^ SK M B r ^ fte^^iWO*-ha' atid th- erin tend f-*be ona ag'hA^ ^^ }''ac~l^ ^t0Uw'cnB
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,!3 ^ ^ ^ ^ S ^^ ^ rhouigh the daor 6Wjth now ereryrS^ ^ Hr^^ asoto anpr sa6!!
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ti~nev :t e qu li-iti ns i,-f Sf.irt ie-si4|,i there,. i .l :ile tt' 6n-hit I
,in ll rase~''yf~v Ssy off"-iir-'" .. ... ', --ff -- ---g +- +'". .. .* ., ,hij]lSSh"Snots.att'iindw v r, tl j"f-B'difT'u'ndtht h^ e tOlaSi I! "i l a"s r gi e ur nhi g (n ".u.g'w!w H ]O- m u VI Br~tiU'p ;. 'p yl;^ .. oW .. e" "- u 'o f -sto 64, th -re : mTei t l e O ^ d r -.-, o r e- G
BCo^^^-^udi3^'ry- ^^" "*,1'0tle ,el n.:' "h:,,iriii.e ^a^ ".. '"y : -" '" "" "-; 'nS'l **okcag -+~wS "a'^ 'e iuti'it "-.wl
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