The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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System ID: UF00054483:00186
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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: not marked with the number as I was preparing: start in. the matrimony.! | Have: .seen ,young .and :istering;-.to;the necessity; of her Jord and .lug v.-v some V--Yii r''oIa.tJPe&! Wiifr

insertions required.will bevontinued until forbid morning to see those two' then. at the ,beautiful women, the pride o(the 1 gay .master!. Jt,is a higher,:deitiBy I would dreadful thing'itwo.w.be to get' ytgank'ona1..dya
and charged for. door leaning on their rifles. One of circles, married-as the .world saya-r- awardyou. ; haad! Ge4the Merni.g.TAiJsMki1 .

Umpire::: dollars will be charged for all announce them stepped up, and,Wi.th'what seemedto well!. Some ave moyeo: vintp. ;coatty)' ,complete:<< and ypur(your gift immortality of mihias'capa as 'B
candidates for office. me a| affected .and their friends all aJ $ '
-meats manner_ 'Stranger, houses! have. come1nd'ooked' bleasoursI/oulchiy ,
; to above
One square for Six Months, t :( : 110 00 says he,1 we seem, to be going the same .( nt.their; ,find; furniture :and the and you water race ef .birc1w we 1 riie.. .
unuyinff budj : ,it'a stock:of domestic
give healthy poult rvyaBdglecpckof !
Notice to Debtors Creditors ; : 10 00 we 'keep their
way ; as .splendid for,
suppose company ; arrangements happiness Culture anl .
for Letters Administration 5 00JTJ" open beauty1 to the sun! .t. Ea t. IB .i is
Application the for reckon ;
,gals ,1 legs and, they have and : :
say my and i
gone away ,thenjrpujinay: hope :
All religious notices will be inserted gratulCJA1I < tbajwheayour byconnsurain. general,to t
;1 i ::: won't fall much, behind Jour 1 easi's-. I committed, them)o ,the ,sunny thopes, hfef-is bouna with another will if :, 1 -
; you goon not 11\; plumagf at leasC i*,*
I and this i .
fell in
eommunication.Viii 'neiglibor.1've with'are cheerfully ,and Without fear. It ituralto '
admissible personal na-- equally, and, "*ith' 'a'fellowship that: :culinary luxury. Afrlcan.tutesbliaal.D10hily .
be f/-ted; as advertisements.. going' down about halfway >to' the set- i :. be sanguin3 for the young; and 'shall pervadd!'every:earthly interest! i the eaeat 'whick .
: approve dakty -
*%bills for Job Criming,must be paid on the tlementi: and.then'e; 'gooftthe road for i at.- such times, J.arncarriedaway btf1m- -. *.. r'I y the above i1i'pi er'ifiie. "-. ....
,1delieryoftb.work. a hunt.' .. : .to'' liar feelings.] %iioye. to get unobservea .Jo 'pProm"'be'lw" i! o -r.l .and perhaps neit.tothe..5be ,aki; s'-

03: Address all!communications to A.C.GiLLXT.T' ...." I didn't know exactly .what' to.do, into. a corner,. and watch thebride: in A LADY'S, VISIT TO THE PRtN- i said to excel all others,'" 'Thejul" ay

IJ"gjkaf.. pottagtpeld.G as you may well imagine., But I'didn't her:vh ite,attire, and_. with,her. ; 'smiling' TERS. ; cock' is:a'very' shy bird,'ana- lor me

-\VOMAN'S.A TRfASURE. hesitate long, neck.or. nothing, 'thought face:and her soft eyes moving before me So.'you' sit there'all day and cut out part selects dense corers'bordefingW4U !-

\_ Oh BY womaa-JAKK3 STILLMAI I ; and so I replied, 'Oh yes, company in their pride of life, weave, a ,waking pieces from the'newspapers; 'I think'I I on : ***- (rice) fie4! from wbkk
a treasure,
fpfHer lore is pleasure. shortens the road, we'll go on ,together. dream of her future happiness, and.pur- should like thatita. so much like patch t contrives to coect a 'Hhaa_

clrt.t1cb; sweetens the moments of life; The truth of the latter sentiment I. felt suade, myself that it: will be true.. .I work. which keeps it perp t8.n, fat .,,:At

Nothing else that kind Heaven the force of; for. .whether we went in think ,how they will sit upon.the I luxurious 'Yes, madam I'' ,we .excissorize some, dawn of day these, birds parade the afclrta

Hath unto roan given., company ,or not that. time depended on sofa as the, twilight falls and built though we 'are obliged'to weave considerable of the woods and are 'in their nature exceedingly .

Can ever compare whit) a ire. ,the walkers} and not upon the rider: gay hopes, and murmur in,low. tones cloth ourselves. Suppose you fierce a combative ,'sect[ing

Our troubles she lightens, But there: :was.no backing out,; so off the now'unforbid tenderness. ,. and- occupy.our .chair, and, give the public their opponents,who,are apt to i decl. ethemselvesby

Our the happiness beams of her brightens.With beautiful. smile; we started-one of the,said,gentlemenwith how,thrillingly,,the allowed kisses and your iedas editing a: paper., their challenging' sigaaja i !

All that's worthy possessing, a shouldered, rifle. walked on either, the beautiful endearments of wedded: Mel ,goodness! I 'would'nt, 'sit down in,theirrespective localities,.when.mortal .
Would lose half its blessing side." ,life, will ..make'even ..their''parti g. joyous here,and write where body is engagements occur, and 'their log
lube did not share it the while.If and how gladly they will, every sharp hem '
Nowthinks I to myself, "is my comeback staring at n.e'Qr the world I ; writing sp rs'carry'with 'dange f la
with sickness we languish, principal chance. Go it Rosinate!"- from the crowd and the empty "makes! a person so cross Besides,yourtable earnest. It may appear somewhat"remarkable

Like Or an suffer angel in she anguish I watch by our side; But neither jerks, whip, nor spur could mirth, of the gay to each other's, quiet is all ink, it would,:soil my':dress; but the jungle-fowl: unifenaIy *

Untiied uncomplaining" urge her into an inconvenient gait for company. I picture to myself that ,why' don't-you have:.a' nice mahoganytable supports one plumage, which,is tt

With love never wanting my companions. It was a new road young creature, who blushes,evennowat : : and :white, u.rtains"at.the .windowsl of a ,brilliant aureole shade, intermixed
Dut the truer the more it is tri*d. through what was called the Beach- his hesitating caresses, listening eagerly -' What makes you hang up these ,with i a radiant green, the hen birds ate

When fortune is frowning, flats, where the soil being formed a for his foosteps as the night stealson dusty old.papers round'the room!' If I nearly black, with yellow'feathers d-

or proerity crowning, kind of web-work just beneath the. .surface and wishing that, he.would. come; was obliged to'stay here,the floor should quering their graceful necki. Tae
Our rTorts,still woman's the same; which the travelling laid bare, and when.,he enters at last, and withan be'washed and a1 carpet{ laid down;' it fowl donotrun, so')large.as, :a.ttflJ to,

An Her l love will last foretvr aud rendered dangerous for rapid move- affection as undying his pulse, :.must be,dreadful to.:live so. the size of our common barn do rlcin ,
< quench ran never
you folds her to his bosom I canted the but they inherit flavor exceeding 'da't'of
left Oh! those files could'nt
The uiurlhrh, immttrtilaio flume. ment. Finally they me-:one to are our ; we,
very tide that goes flowing,through.his with them 'well our choicest poultry. A'y oung'jaBgle 1
Tlirn cherish her dearly, the right and the other to ,the,left,' assuring dispense very as
heart; and gaze with him on her grace- for fear it would i fowl, when eaten cold is in cloae.relation
.\"II"\"II| her sincpiely, each other as they. did. so that a carpet, we frighten '
Jr fniihful, indulgent! and kind; they would rendezvous at 'Hog Hollow,' ful form as she.moves about him for away our customers. to a mellow buUocksbupd; '
Make not n slight failing which down the I the kind offices of affection, soothing all welcomed with a glass Qr firt-ciaLar
was not Geography Dear the
A pretext fur railing, put 'his unquiet caies, and making him.for me, ; gentlemen are so care- : dens, maybe deemed an nuyb1luxuryone le
I studied. 'Bandit Hollow
If such you tliouUl! happen to find. himself inner unshad- less about having,evert.thing nice,thatI that none but. "a B.ecan'dwy"appreclate.JJil' )
get even young
I to myself, 'youhad better call it. don't think I .
says theyarecomfortabie, unless >
O.In l mi
not LiJf1
owing beauty.
And never refuse l her I now plied the implements of war upon ; they can have their rooms_ all littered ..' ,- i-_ ,' ) ...t' '."'..,
When proper Iier wishes may l I.ef my steed with increased activity, I go forward for years, and, see her, up. Did you: writeall those sheets Jl LOT* Leuer.-The fol1owigee oF

And thy out.cure timl trouble, hoping I might gain' upon the fellows, luxuriant, hair put soberly away' from, to-dayl morceau: which in
SIIt.will..ctlm I.Jo.In..Me and defeat their infernal plot which her brows, and her girlish ripened and, -
graces Certainly we are not -
By the kirnlne the'll Iavili.on thee. through, the, NeW York J ii ion, is reported U>
LONG TJ)1EGO.. this ruse de guerro, or as we'say in .into dignity;and bright'lovelinessinto .: have'been picked up Itithe FarkJ We
Yankeedom, sham, only rendered]) chastened affection. Her husband yet.Why it takes whole to '
me a day
Near tI.ft ptintl so mill uud lazy, insert it as a model 'worth : tM baiu-
Long time ago- more evident. But I found the roots looks on her with a proud eye, and compose and copy a letter. I hope,you tion of the court-sick swainr..wiese sit

On the banks wltfie crew the daisy, I thicker and the mud deeper of course, shows:her the same fervent'love and the don't scrawl and blot so when you writeto nation y he such as to compel hua l to.conducthi&couitaip
Whiter than snuwr, just in proportion as my exigenciesin.creased delicate attentions which first won her, the ladies?! '
Lived l. lassie, : in.writing" -,
a bouncing iixnrn .
Vot .nn't si' Iiiw; and on the who'e' all my and they go 'Or* 'br-honor-and.1tD-. P' We never have 'tnat 'pleasure, ma "D tJi 8VJHF' Oh, mylbrer: : 0f love" .

Oft she tripped the lea su gray, twitching, and spurring,' and beating, troubled years, and are, remembered ,dam. clarified honey df oil of 'citrons,' w&t.
, Long time ago. only acted upon mybe.ist, like so much when they die I say I love to dream ,No-and you don't. write for them loaf sugar'of my hopes, aad melasMs eT
friction in ,diminish the thus when I go to'give the youngbridejoy. ) either would not such
Sobs And eyes chuck full ofwuirr, machinery or you print dry my expectations! you hare.bees;abfeat
t Lung time agoPni..I.lld.igh. motion. The only living objects.that It is the natural ,tendency and stuff as you do.Don't from me three whole days! The,tea .

.and prcsonU lIuIIIIIPr. I saw for the next mile, or two were a feeling touched by'loveliness, that fears put any thing more about Oregon is :dark at mid-day-the moon and stars
love know
My to : flock of wild turkjes nothing for itself, and if I never yield to and the will :
large standing on Congress in
Oft did my fond fa'ny tliinU IHT, ; paper, are black when thou art abseat. Thy:
I'llrer than sn.*r.Bui a log with the gobbler: strutting before darker feelings, it is because the light. you?--:-its so dull. But what arethosemen step is 'the music of the sphere; iM

I- she ran off with a linker! them ; a,moment.after a slight noise in of the picture is changed. I am not doing in the other room with their the wind of thy gown,: wbea.y&a pus
Lan;: time ai'. the woods involuntary .fond of dwelling upon such changes, sleeves 'rolled and motionsas
to my. right, gave me an up, making by, is a zephyr from the garden of par*
1 A ROBBER'S STORY.j. start. The bushes moved and I will not minutely now. I allude if they were going to fight somebo- adise in the.time ,ot early: iewenur I

BY POWERS, THE SCULPTOR. I and the.sticks cracked-Rosinate ,stop to it only because I trust that my sim dy1.' : kissed you when we last met, and my

In Mr. Lester's Artist, Merchant and ped short and began, to prick up her ple page will, be read by some of the Those are our compositors setting ,whole;frame was filled with Sweetn aa.

. Statesman, &c. &c. &c., the following ears, and for the first. time in many young and beautiful beings who,'move type;, you see they all have: a stick in One of yourcuria touched Meoa tk

story is related as coming from the lips years, perhaps, assumed a scunewhatse. daily across my path,-and I would whisper ,one.hand, and they place the types,in nose and that, organ was traBsfprm
. of the sculptor himself. Powers, who rious attitude. I looked steadily, and to them,.as they'glide by, joyouslyand it'with'the other. into loaf sugar. Oh, spice of' .pi .

was born in Vermont, had found his .saw a cap moving slowly from behind a confidently, the secret of an .unclouded 1 don't see' any sticks" unless you garden delights, send'a ')o JfoCi:

way to the vest, at an early day, and tree,.at less than a..rifle tih()&. It was future. call.those little square pieces of iron so; hair-send"me'any thincr:that yowr1 J__

while trying his hand at sustaining life, followed by just enough of man's. faceto The picture I have drawn above is what curious .names you. have. I .ale, gers hath touched,,and t wiU go raviag-

... by honest means, found himself abroad, give me a glimpse of his eye. I not peculiar. It is colored like*the 'fancies -: ways thought. .a sti kwas: to walk with. mad with ecstacy. One look frofijjtlijr .

I on horseback, upon a collecting tour, felt my hair lift from my:head. I knew of the bride, and 'many, oh 'many Well, bur's make the words walk; ,bright eye would transport incoBti-, 1

V through the half settled west ; and it is escape was, impossible, and it being an ,hour .will she sit, with her rich those little boxes, that we call 'cases, nently into the third heaven Yokr \

into the chapter of that eventful ride, more honorable to receive bullet before jewels lying''loose 'on. her fingers, 'and contain the,letters;: and,the printers put lips are'red'roses' gathered from'Edcsby

.; that he throws the following scene :- than behind, I determined to,await dream such dreams as these. She believes them together into'words and sentences' the,hand ;of 'Gabriel. :Your word

"I must tell you a robber storP.I .- .the"result;where I, was. In a momentor too:-'and she :goes'on f ra, by.the,aid of that little piece. of iron that: ,are molten .pearl .dropping from yosrmouth.

: Many 4 wild scene you know'passes in two the cap and face appeared again while undeceived. The evening is not- you. speakof.- .- .My heart blazes- l. at tfee tfeowght
f' these old woods. During this, tour, of with.the end of the_ rifle pointed pretty too long while they talk of plans for happiness -. Well I declare! Doctors and lawyers of thee. My brain) is an ;e.iIt1ar

collecting I had arrived one' afternoon nearly in my direction.. ,'Fire away my ( and the quiet' meal: is still pleasant J.: knew 'had case, .but I never 'fire. Theblooci burns and scalds, 'ray-

a at a log tavern'too early to stop for the boy!' thought I, 'you must be a:great '. with:delightful.!novelty of mutual knew that printers.had before. :veins' as it: passes th'rott\ ; em.. Ok!

C. night ; but it was nine miles to another shot if you miss.' The cold} sweat: ran reliance 'and, .attentiotThere' comes Certainly, 'm dam; they sometimes come most delightful :of delights, ;.;*

, .house, and the road lay through a:dense down:my'breast.and.Rosinate trembled.I soon,- however, a time when personal l are-foul cases and 'bard :cases,;too; but breathe, uppa .me with your phic .,

I;, forest; I should arrive long after nightAll : looked,.steadily, however, towards;the topics .become bare and wearisome,:and what can bo expected,of those,who lead' breath. When: you do come \\k.a t

]), and not unlikely encounter some man ,as .thougnmy life depended on slight attentions will! hot alone keep,up the lives ofdeviIs'whyrdothe1! 'andJbfing that two shillings. :borr .
'1 danger, and I thought I would stop.. Iliad dodging the .bul1 t. He beckoned to the social l excilement.There are'intervals : : ..?: I'nsorry, to:hear it., rowed of me,,'as I want to buy iooie,to ,: i

:. a large sumo! mneyin my saddle-! me with his hand to,go on; ,but,I shook 'of silence, and 'detect d'symptomsofwearin Do tell me what.that;man' is. filling' r.that ,bacco.' '..*..'"*", '* -1''*

a bags, principally in silver, and, as.I dismounted ,my head with" ,a;sort of ;an. expression ss,-and ,the' husband r t"iq 'trough wiih water for* ; f1' ., : ; i' !T-. "- "' ''' ''is t

I the host took off the bags; and which 1 intended should say, ,'Blaze his manhood, .breaks'in upon'the'houri He' '.goi g'to.: wet',the, :p pet 'yOu 'Ant. clott.'", I When' CliDgb.wMl4ectioneering +:

4 Deemed somewhat surprised at, their away where I.am. 1 for a few 'paces to they were, spend 'together. I cannot know. > in one of the obecar viiui
weight. L replied that I would carry the:north or the ,south; make very'little follow it ;circul 1staI.1cially. There j: -:'Oh,'yes"I! thougntyotf always\ sprink ;es :of"Worth 'Carolina, MV"I'!ii M j

.. them tLToom as. I wished 'to takeout difference to me in, the:place where come .long hours':'of. unhappy 'restlessness led 'your-'papers' and ironed them, tomake' e'asked:a young}ldy,,(a geei.i

,. sometUg for immediate use. fall.' ihp. -;man,,repeated :the gesture ; 'andl.t'eriible misgivings ',of each thenf look so-'smooth; and I suppose crat by the.by) if the Udie ia.-.yaI-.

L Two suspicious' looking men were ;with a dreadful, ,I[ mi$ht','say,-an, infer.', other's:worth and affection, till by ,and : this great gallows. T l looking i machine- Icy were non favor, of.him democrats"* Skere." .. '

witness of all this, as they stood by nal expression:- 0,0.II' face,. ,and then I by, they can. conceal their, uneasiness .isyourmangle.f' plied we'are: too good !w' .
I the corner of the house leaning Oft theiriifles pointed with his, finger to,some object no'longer/and,go out seperately to'seek Tnat's'th yivavj )nad W, arid' tliiahandlherei .that. But, .says CliBgrnaa, down 1 '

and it was evident I was the.subject on"theotbersidoof. the joad,; .looked I relief, and lean t upon a hollow' :world Archimedeaa.. leverwMcVmdve Cleaveland all the girl.go rW te H wliy
for :which who was their *',(the' ;world' Jast notice : not long ago, there; at CwutiviiSem! ;*
of their conversation, :which; was .slowly around, expecting:jo ,received; support one : -
carried on in a suppressed voice,.with ball from? ,iina,or: pne f rom,his murder.' l lover:and friend,could not forgive them! itV powerjote'rceivethat k''br 1.YOQ8gu .&d )nt,a"gtY "
', to him but Heed 'this who ,'are. 'wiuning1iy ken lever-' :.dence.ia CourtheBib1ebsg e*"
znorethaju'i.wink and. shrug of the ous, companion, ppppsite > | ye i. r rr"kwoold'l .
don't : tcdtoher she asked hi
> world then ,
houlderrz2h would not have come you may,judgepf: ; surprise,.when,! .your: innocent beauty,' the ,:'af1ctioniof i Why jn: the ; youHaye'it'mendedV' t"d l1'tot her;. 'kIUelaer'for ',..-
Tbe'iaen w
' .. with ill from sis .M ..deer eor/V-- inrl high' mindedand: ,thinking beings!' Remember alwaysso' as 1
an grace an Italian bandit :saw,instead. ,. \ ,: ;! 'that '.W&ald: tiMtf cJe l'ra --i-
>etbos0 .l I a.
: things ,
"There was no lock on:my door,and: that .line witk! :*MW<*. >*%* ? an-Akulsug',1Je, : '.that.he'will giomp' the broth' :8laekJbttt! | >what'a : -!; Y.jiMt. -' n l
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: looked'a little auspicious! for 1 could hin d the tre I saw the ,plot .of }tbe er.of his heart. with'.whom ,
have I examined the flash SWI: !.said IaSaii CverfelIOshipof i mindthe society ThoJ ) : -"' ...
sworn as door care hunters,inja; : "I- '
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fully ide when I retired, that .involuntary blush ,bumed-my 1cr 101Mlleh' ; ntiOld.S the tru&C&Mi.bWC .
I Lsbbuld :makeauchianextraordinary .of.fame;"who have held with:him a'stern rwere .
., a lock had been recently removed.- ,faint i it strange ; : 7.'t>erer 5 eii ;it I !t-m- I& 1'

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willbreak (.L
xoatrol of 'at' period'of lnat 11 Jia4 t)bi.rtU ,got passionate ,love r he : away I 'Yo .. & '
S -my fancy any >y; ,pura; o J.lQ : t tJ3 .Uq O ,p. It J&fSbm&fvg ; ; '.
life,1 half persuaded: myself that .it was ,clear-of the bibjItby to cpmtf aa Histeiirip* 'ito Voicedf:ihe : :1 'her
X heard rifle : t1i "
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; L 4ACKSONVILLE., FEBRUARY. .. 27rlf ,;, 46: thit'ti ewin iti\1u1ijitg 1%, ::;.i V AsmiiGTON, Feb. ,12. .\ tiff; members are" BOW thinking of the !Mr. Henky, offered a 'resolution; tWt
; -f : .fy.f. y; ;* : '- ; during '
t r 7. Among the rImo afloat is one that mea uof forcing ?Tby: internal taxes, a ,the House' will hereafter wet at 11
.. tJ1r
rI k compared tSVhaVit/would : wood a.message
.. .t !>**/". .'!. ,was the material adopted. Every day, morrow, proposing' a basis of a treaty people, to support a war; whether the ., pfopppiton.aad: ,w.*?,, "icl
" tiTv. : 1, with Great Britain, as suggested, informally doubt. to lie ,
1:i shows the superiority of steam vesselsas thing can be done there is great over.

]fi UPi a means of defence and for the securitypT"die by .Mr.- Packe bam, to our Gov- The people are not fond of.Jaxes, and : Nr< JEhompapiv oCHisusflippi, offered .

: ernment, and"upon which.the President. a war would not be specially popular a resolution that. the,\regular Reporters

.... ;:THfi OlBBfFEtTeW8v CBL" B. : Gulf, whose, shalipw J waters proposes ,to ,consult the .Senate.. The with that. ,part of the .country-r-tha of.the, proceeding of HoQte.be
-:- 7 /,. Tieir. :'require, a lighf draught, none bth- rumor:is no doubt, premat ." But at ,]lantic. country- that holds the capital l, furnished with copies of all the 1111.

f.c ;' ;'On'Monday1 last'pur little town was. *?1"f-can be available.! *' "'The,.contiguity* '' '. *\ of" 'the same: time, :it is'probable that ''Mr.Packenbam' .'i and, in ,the ]Into., wars t n4ttothegq-; .'resolutions :that are ,ordered.'to.bo

. I t ,'enlivened. by the anniversary i :of. the As.jj' '.the 'West[ ;India,Islands 1 in the, possession -- will be instructed to offer I .vernment.; Jni.case of. a.war, itis:; more. ,printed, :which lies: over '
'J "
-- an ultimatum to which the President '
I : tsociation,.:< of Odd r .Fellows>- -1, in-, this,, place, .of'European r .powers,provided with ,will, no'doubt, as consult the Senate. in likely_ the,,'that late duties, than:would reduce}, be doubled I,:'as :FROM .TEXAS.S", ,

r t -and we are :happy to add;that,the,expectations :ready,means'of\attaqkan4;defence,and, 'befor 'he rejects it. The project wary of: a Tariff proposed by i By.the steamship New York, at New

r I: which:had,been,raised, were :swarming with the armed' cruisers of It is now_ 'well understood, that the _the Secretary of the Treasury, gives Orleans, the editors of, the,Bee have received

r, I ;fu: ltlf answered in. the various, exercises: those. who ,watch. ,bur. every movement' whole Atlantic border is opposed ,to a general, satisfaction. The large manu' files of Texas papers to the 10th

f! t 4and festivities of the day., After a procession ,with, jealously,. r n4er.h.:absolutely: .necessary -. 'war,' andthafthey' do not see the necessity facturersof. .th e east are .content with 'instant The inclusive.contain little
forone. It has'come' be considered journals
to Its news. ,
the 20 taken for
cent. 'rev nue ,
fi f ; : in which; the:members in'their .that steam ships. ;should be, at: ,'thai the Atlantic coast is the 'enemy in fact per an ample. Thir-' was quiet at Corpns Christi. Local
''E; I different\ regalia" appeared" .:rto great" adft -.- hand to,afford'protection if necessary.' held'in view by the West,' and that ty per ,cent., .ad valorem protection.for: iron of all politics appear'to run. 'Gen., Houston's
It t;' i :vantage, n.xioration.V. was pronounced, by :Wnile' foreign j 'powers.hae. n thptedti its destruction or- annoyance' is the object ,kinds, is reasonable} rate of protection, friends are warmly urging his claims
: *J, W.B the l : i / 'of western jealousy 'and ,hostility, but' it alarms the as United States Senator. j
tJ f ANr.Esq. upon nature, policyof increasing this. :branch ofthejr'marine.force PennsylTanians.rThough -' ,
more than,any -professed sense of national this ''scheme is Thirty five horses :were stolen a. few
t ,the of :
; objects and influence ofthe order,of Odd :
without regard to,expense -
t : honor. If this be have weeks since from the citizens
so, we j1Si
to tax, luxuries, at the highest rate,.yet .
!it: f :Fellows We: cannot too highly-- *: ,. we have .'as yet done almost :indeed, ,fallen on evil times-',and the we see that silks and wines are taxedat Anton by a party of Wacoes nuTivee-

iiI;. r- end' theliappy'manner' S in which this' ,nothing.i !English\ and ;French'government ':speeches of the western men seem to thirty per,cent only-the .same as : chies.. They were closely] pursued by

t S gentleman* I :treated' his subject, ,portrayJ"? -: steam vessels, used now' as mail countenance' the idea. Mr. ;Allen's ;irpnj; which would'seem; to show a partiality the 'Ra'ngersunder'; the command ,of
+ \ .S.S + J '(
Jng.the charitable .for ,which i i speech made as Chairman'of the Committee for 1thc' interest instead Capt. Gillcspie, but escaped by plung
:j( purposes : .packets, availableatany f J ..m9ment.for. Pennsylvania, ,,
: is the i ,in thicket
on'ForeigpAffairS subjectof
; t ing an impenetrable -leaving
of 'it'. ,
L, < the: in itution'vas ..organized and;' ,belligerent purposes, cruise in,every.part v re comment, both 'in :and'out. of hostility'to. -. i '. however, their'ill-gotteri bpotiy, I

: I :vwhich cannot fail to be.appreciated'andadmired .of'the. Gulf.* We call,npon the people Congress. He'sends out the 'declaration '[From the, Savannah Georgian,'21ai ihr.] The schrs. Maria\ M.Briggfjjfcjy\ free

' H.; ; by'all. wbo have witnessed its to notice thes facts and to express their to''Great: 'Britain, in his official: capaCity Yesterday forenoon the Washington ole, .of Galveston, were seizeS "thl>

!;-j favorable, effects ,i in.S this .place.!S S 'wishesthatacliangishou1dbe!: made. in that "England ,dare not go' to papers having failed, we 'are' left'to' mouth of the Sabine a.few days since,
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;tft ; t (But the: great,.feature_of.the- day,t the: ,the jnexcusabl .,P9licy, which our Gov war even' for" the vindication of her own glean'th'e proceedings Congress from by Capt. Green, of' the'U. S. Revenue-
just rights. This taunt, from'such a the Baltimore' Patriot, the lat st''p r Service, for alleged tation of the laws.
Odd 'Fellows Ball with
i ; : ,_met' 5 a success .crnmenthashitliertoadopted.. _ '. Let some.thing .. source, cannot but have an effect. prejudicial from the vicinity of Washington. Great complaint i is made of the seizurein
f t 'lully'accordant; with the. preparations I be.done for,the Gulf :as.well as to us in England_ as well as'the 'In' the Senate on Monday\ : 'Feb. ::16, some of,the; 'papers.A '

q3..: ::lwbich.: had been made for it. Many ,for the Northern :Atlantic coast. The 'other European,nntions.The the President laid( before that body'sun. survey of the several bays between

.etrangers liQ.m a distance,attended. and harbor 'Pensacola, the' finest in the S Senate, 'Chamber was again dry petitions, in relation to an alteration .Corpus Christi and Mrita' rda is being

fR the beauty' 'and S grace S of this and, the .:{)Jiilf, and the., mouth of .the ,Mississippi i crowded'to it.to-day:Mr. ,J.arid M.every Clayton avenue, of Delaware leading of abolishing'of the Constitution slavery in ,certain' for the cases,object made bY' order. Corpus of the Christi unit 'd is StatesGovernm'ent. going

t adjoining. S S Counties;, was well:represented -S ,-Pemand.the. attention of those spoke on the Oregon question.Mr. '.- Petitions' were presented by Messrs. ahead-several new substantial buildings

r.r.i although,tve. 'nntirod, that. .nnne biie ( -3v1iovould:favor the*security'of an: immense : : Clayton has always held 'a: rank, Dix, Archer, Dickinson and,Bright. are in process of erection.According ; .

; ;1 .far' famed Signora's.of, s.t.: Augits., portion of our country Wheth in the'vhitt. party, second only' to that The Committee Foreign Relations to the. Civilian, it would

; H tine :were present. The- Spanish dance, er. r: : I Waltz and the Cotillion will have, a great influence' amon 'the consideration of memorials asking, for a that place within the ten months ending ,f!
:? the keptthe: ,equally.necessary., We.trust that:Congress most intelligent arid conservative the, -
Congress of Nations; on the 1st January h&t. trrorh
' inerry company on their 'feet 'till daylight will; understand. the.importanceofthe people of this country. Mr.. Clayton's ,A joint\ resolution to ''indemnify S Dr. the same" paper 'we learn that a

,t to say. )nothing. -S ',,of- 'the,.delicacies S : measure'and will make amends for speech, which 'I listened, tot very'atten' White,'of the Oregon territory'for' losses! report had, reached. Corpus,'Christi to

of the,supper table! as:prepared; by Mr. former1 acts of neglect. tively, 'struck' me as a plain, moderate, by the""seizure 'of his goods, &c. was taken the effect, that Chihuahua, and some of

.i 1;. t t WOOD, alt;which seemed to .be' ,treated common;:sense view of the matter. He > up, ,when Mr. Pearce made''some the adjoining.$tates had declared their
,CENtIMOF ST. .ODN'8\C9I1NTY. made .no effort at 'oratorical .
\ display,
of ,the Mexican
remarks:in independence Government
al- opposition to sameaf.ter.
k' f attention. We cannot but I
with due
the Census of.the though 'of it. His .
.. f I According to county perfectly capable : '-.which the'resolution was laid over. and 'aredeterminedtoniaintain,. a
te: l 'detothe general satisfaction which of St. John's taken last aim was to convince the Seriate and the
f : f as during The Oregon'question 'was next takenup. separate confederacy.: This; ; may have
jtas been; awarded the efforts oftbis public, that the 'course to be taken .
: to year, it appears; that the total numberof proper S something to' do:>>, with'tHe .r cenZ movements -

: i gentleman' ,in the, arrangements for the j inhabitants' in said county at .that give was the notice to authorize at his the discretion.President He to Mr. Hanriegan,' 'Indiana, ,took 'the, of Arista in the North,
i evening evidently nopains or expense **' '' ? '" *' floor. He commenced by referring to The following notjqe, issued, by the
; 3114..
., time was Qf these/there. were believed, ,that if Congress adjourned
: } S ; the proofs which sustained the new Collector,.may interest some of our
; hfed.been pared: to render his portion White males-ovcr, !392 ,without giving the \notice,: the, President readers
: title : to the 54 40 rmi ute r
4 r ; : (5 8f>;; th'e L. entertainment; 'f t-i -'; .;. : acceptab'le. ) w/j, arid i we 4'," 5 ". under 21,....., ;; 416 ,.would) drop all negotiation,. andthe, up degree' : The undersigned having.been.appointed -

i ; -caa_ % onlvriiope that! -, the next Odd.( .rel1ows.B.ll -. White females-over 21, 405 question would ,be submitted to party line.Mr.. Hannegan spoke near two hoursin by the 'President of the United States

t : will bring as, goodly a company 1( S S under 21 t..;; ,1 : 412' .decision.: The consequence. would be a'WDrm'' and animated' manner, in behalf Collector) ot: .the Customs. for, the
:, *.!*.* } that! our,successors in Congress, wouldbe district of Texas and
J2 -, dtasgoodlta.host. ; :. | 'j't S of our right and :title tothe whole Inspector the
Slaves-males ; I' 1'i: : 627 who
men would instructed
come to ,
< s ? 'r i i t -1 i'I.; > S oftheterritory and in maintenance of Revenue for the Gnlveston, in ,
.1 > port
I f : We_understand. thattheaddress delivered demand the whole of and ; .
: females .. ., 698 Qregon, to
:"- } : t : the doctrines laid down ,in his resolu- the State of Texas notice is":hereby '
I t by 3Ir.. ,BRYANT,. will! shdrtly.be resist for conciliation : ,
: ; '" any proposition or ,
** *- 4 -. -colored-r-males- '; ; : 06. tions, that our Government had no given that masters of vessels wiU1.bcand
ff: published.accord ing.,to, the request of compromise. The form: of the .notice I
to cede are and
females, 98 away any portion of the territory -' hereby.required to report
J, lBS {cIJ members ,of the We : ", S -, f.S S which he advocated, was that proposed in I
of enter
f Lodge. the UnitedStates. He argued conformity to the revenue laws
also the list
of: ,
appears taxable Mr\ I
which offers
i fcordially3! ,unite in this-testimony: ap-: "" lTiv '; by Crittenden, : compromise against the doctrine laid down, in Mr. of the United ,States ,, I
: the
that and conciliation. ( his
property in same county,: : tvas. Calhoun's resolutions and concluded inn All vessels that were hona.'ji.kownedby !

. '& !ecitionand'trustt.-* .- rt-f r. "- .will'l have'the t i -there:were->;:< r '", S / -. ; belief{ that the atteritionrof.. the two governments sort of prayer on the subject of his citizens Texas'onthe; : 29tli:day of t.

Jr : effect VJi *to r extend>' ', knowledge- i of' "the} 'OMst'Tate laiidii;: .1: 1785!acres ; 'would be: drawn by this to own sincerity.Mr. December J last, ,and those which may i

: pxInciple ll Cjthe. noble jnsUtutipn ;of S. 2dme< ... 11
?3 OddFellowhip.S "* *" ; :' .. .' \' '' ";' settling it, would thus be impressed up- and the Senate then'adjourned. be built, in its limits, are deemed and

fe4 : -1 .., -. S S 5 .;>sa rite?: ; 95,010 on them. He did, not believe that .we HOUSE OF REPRESENT TIVES. will be held as vessels the Untci States

I4. } TBB'BUPBNC. OP ,THE' GULF/ Improved town. 'jots,., $157j 650inval. .could escape war by leaving"the. .question Mr Davis, of Kentucky'offered,a resolution and Will be enrolled,. 'licensed: or

(I ,. n. *- '; ? .- 'COA- T.-. ? f Unimproved 1325 open any longer.Herebuked' ] to print the Tariff bill of Mr. registered by' their original names in ;

tit't t .fo::the'debate in:Congress'on.tbe Bill 'Cattle of residents over :- 'the sentiments of Mr. Secretary 'Walker, now in possession Qf :conformity with the laws'that regulatethe J (
Allf in that'will'have e
;E r Tor the'faugiheritation of h ;N 1vy. as 100' head, ,' ". '' :-' .. 930.i in No. effect,ban\ a manner: intemperate; more. the committee on Ways and.Means,. (of ''enrolments] :licensing'and ,registering ; i
any oratory.It -
which he is a member and moved the :of vessels of the United I States.
i ijrte4! ; j oy the'-.: Committee, on Naval' ,at'. Money loaned at interest.. ., $170d0Stock L' went; home-striking into the very previous question on the, same., And vessels heretofore sailing under )'
t.i :Hf. s, ,we wLt4ess5 .h1i t ,the .iniBaqks.and other ; quick.: r.
i j : pleasure, ; : cor'1: S Mr.McKay, Chairman of the 'Committee enrolments] 'license, or register from
1' : -.aiJypositiontakeiiby, l\lr YULEE,..in, r porations, ",,S -1.' ;.- 12700 Mr. Hannegan, has the ,floor::'for to- of"Ways and Means: jumped to. :the heretofore Republic'of Texas, are ',"I

't behalf of measures-'for' the security of 'erchanis tocl Jq 1ra'd ,;:.::,.': 29596. ,morrow.!The House, .day his feet and objected.Mr. J required,as soon as practicable take
4hat much' neglected" i of our fietailers: ; r a vinousand' spirituj was engaged upon .'Thomasson begged to ask if there )ut'.the'proper from the custom
;t f : : portion. ,: of > *.. 't i- .' ; the,Revolutionary Pension; : 13ll.S papers t
: was not such a bill before" the'Commit, iiou>e'of the'district'of Texas Galveston
:f t Coast whicli )borders ..on. the Gulf"of .ousUqjics: ; ,t'.1; ;: ,::;: &:-- '. WASHINGTON,,Feb. 14. tee of Ways and :and .' at -

;ilexicov i Alihough there,can be no con- 'Tavernsand(innkeepers.in:torni,;2 :. :The Senate .did; ,not.sit to-day... .5 Chairman* objected Means to its'being printed if the! '1 Hiram* G.. Runnels Collector'H: r &c

.J' In, the House, ,the private calendarwas ., ., ,
: jccivable:reason :that Government has Carriagesand sulkeys, ; : :: ; 1040lawyers" Mr.' McKayrefused' to answer. it f
; taken up,. anil, attended to in- /:44': :'-The) Secretary of. the !
: ; very '
: "hitherto paid? so little attention to thisb'lanch incomes. '' ;"" / .2200, [Great confusion for the 'moment all "
dustriously.Mr. .Treasury. and officers of the. 4
11 I : J of sj national-'d reijce,SI .,circumstani'es S-' "Wharves i 3 4 i in.use* *-,*'i' '''$frTheJB6s i5OO* value. :] Stephens,'of, Georgia; ,. ,presentedtwo :c over Mr.the. Rathbun House J.,J:of..New York :movedto fi'nishe( tbetr;1 labors upon ihe.customshaye tariff.Th 1
; U9W render it ,not only,necessary, S ( : resolutions of.the General' Assembly : ere"wJI be fscjircely,, ajnepdinentiii
I lay the, resolution l any .
n Adt \ of Mr. :DaVis oriihe.table
te : pot imperative. that something i should bnv :.Daily iiseI .':says 'of the State of Georgia-,in relation : ,. which \yar ; .: tiiittee,1j 'Mr. JIcKay and ts!| I

qS J: >fi: done -for this important section of ..that a!Messenger:.with. ,.(despatches from to.the .Supreme, Co r -and for the establishment to 60-a pamtty'vote. a ied-ay'es';163 committee ,were jbpnsulted ihrduch'ouju

: the British ,Minister passed throughthat of a new judicial distrjct.- Mr. Tibbatts twillikely[ : / )be got' through the House. .
(;: vthe i Unidhl: 'We care not whether:wei Referred (of Ky,) offered a'res' :
S : tothe Committee on the Judiciary undej the, j These
> SnrtobaVe : city a few days"ago his wayto : olution to'make the harbor and river bill previous question : :
.war,or peace with,,Mexicoar and ordered to. be,printed. the facts,.anil\ those whTch.f61Iow; the ?fe>v .
. Portland, to secure a steamer which special order of the day for Monday
: nJ3nglanoV It is hat: the .-- ", Yorl 13]
; j .enoug ; Mr. Owen ,presented resolutions of next,. and 'so until disposed .$ Telegraph gives ,from a ,sourcewfiiclimay
whole Southern tier of States with" 1 should, carry him,:to. Halifax, \ hence''one te t!
of relied
the Legislature the State of Indiana, The 'yeas'and, ; 'called and ,, .upo. 'The fol
of the Cunard line. would. .be:immediately jn relation .the nays'were : lowing the +,
J*& those of the West and Southwest, areRQWltolallyutiprotected to; ,Oregou question, with the''resolution was decided in the are leading characteristic
tIj S and Str ', (despatched,to'E g1and. instructions ,to 'her''representatives, : are : 'w S :
i'li" ; expo.J. -( -to. vote for:any .course of action, that Mr. cranston Per < ,, Per tt.: .J'wCTCoffee '
.to. utterruin ,ia of learzifrom presented resolutions MinuCotSilkS.S. 13010..... S,' "30 '
ce pase
,; S -, emergency.JThei 4 '.., Wp: .the. jngton\Mot\ would operate to the.surrender ofany: from 'the legislature, of Rhode* Island :
t\ S }recent acquisition i oJf _Tfixas-! ,-Le. jTqlegraph" Mutt Haj.. .HarYey ,.has .ai soil proved..to:'be American.. i"' i iMr. ,declaring..that the Tariff of ;COIJOM;.t n..It"r.1., 30 .MajY'i. I :s
,. ,.npul.gr&WthOf, the, .republics ..borderIngfonJ .last.Succeeded ipr4he United. States.in .'(Robert Smith, asked thexonsent been 1842, ; had I Co.. ;1 -S SO" 'tTnyftVnut, :e..
t; ', greatly;beneficial tqthfeindustrial l Suga r p.J1 kiniJiJ;. .',::2O:_; ,Aru&&e4iu:
I ando the west of th<5 Mississiprjii i iI :purchasing the ?Kansas/;country 4rom; ort: e'House, which '.was jiotgivenV to cl &Sesoftthe.: : JQ''u' ; '30 'kR1f. 30
; j -community," arid ought t f'1't? .
the Indian tribe of that.nlW -'he offer resolution that the Bi i"lj' d 'SrTi;{ 1 '
If '! witL the<
I i use. / t e'iq.; jt C.g; '1. J 9 s' *'Tljer,Ooveriiueix >iltQJh "exp len ;of!reporting) :joint ftlrVParrisb ought be altered/*, bounties. to 'J>6 altoWed'on; bhY.0(. '
( 'otrer d' 'l. : *
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af esolutidn ,
": : 1ic b to.)everyf patriotic :-miiid, to' h 'l been: Ddett' fiog o. effect ,.resolution] ,' .dire t1ng' the President ,of ;i in*' thePfesident'/o call-' ; lsJ. JVo drawbacks 'bnvrjfiri84.saffa.rSpirit
upon ; > i information :
.ppJ'Cbf1$ pfithias: cogntryfore-axonf; ider tlve'Px' & >,> : ',distjlled froni roreigiri Tndlaslefc 1
1.: V/'tbe1. rt itU .bfachuriteirt: tlidUcy' ? /to, negotiate iwith, ISpnin'fo : h ,mayhavePbP the inWerende li.
". 1 h i1erto'uided able period.. .- .S .tjr -' / the_pttrfihase of tbJsIan4Of.Qubup! : the ; : : .t\ridsaUiisedmpackrnfe. t.: ,::: '
: .J l ert ., ._. _i.__. S Government in the affairs'bf S : 1. ;r. ,. .
Jf' ". ; ', -'.: I. 5 t ,the principles
ll .
; : .w: 'i- S ; t S on ;.recommended in, the the : I1r pJul..flr.; t"r. : ,
a. f .c l!?Yp3P31t! f1h. .<1,.. .,U" .ite" 'L..t Statc..i ;...; -' S ./r.11IYJi.; N vement,. rb )rNeWt ..Qir.leans proceedings;a.public!'.meeting held atppringfipld proposed ArgentineRepublic'mediaiiotfraade," :and' :also:any ,n l g Qqr.ij.9. .. t tl.r k 25'5'
un Q i
t ,. ., T.ke,mea'Jr !tpr po 4 ly!the..Com-: > cayuneoCtthel; i 12thdinstjk Illboisvherewith by our Charge t- "ij
: says ; pr sented, des' Affaires at 'thai ,tJ )) \vitl bJ nearly, 'g1.tjM\ .
4 1tcee" ,Naval' and'which -We esterdayt&eatd Teport ed{that t .'PpE* ReyBolday of. .- Republic.. :Lie, If. S ) ; ; .
: CJa } AflairsJ;;, S a;man: 6me expeTie.nce 'overiA*" v *f-* *; S 5"r J *qltpr *W" ett.; Oy_ 1ix:qi5t ;
"J i.if 1jljlJlIuitrat 'bAir.Yu.. Gen,t TayJorirJa commwd/ol the U. S; : '|Ipubli&mattj'ofThr d'ihe' .: ir"37T-Jf.
.5 resolution r fSorae & after thsolutjojcjfMr. 4J1Urstyiiigh: :.The. "fi e,,Rrplfe.9J& S
IS I.; S zzcontenmpiated:: : di o'nJitruEiid of,' troops>t CopChi&b s received abovftjmentioned.'in" Illinois 'Davis Kentucky, onthe' 'subject' >bf I i&OIB-i 4ie,kichcn .about, flq'c1ockd. S
s'S ;.J' .J..J ; -:: ,; : break IJp.J&at eJlcampmeQtAlnd' eetlngadd; there is nodoabt that' '
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t the
;; vessels.. U'j.i'b'Y any 'new3'freasury''Tarir'!l*#been .Sp qrap y r:,thq J. r i.Opt(tCJ l(" te
Bteam a bjpsor 2q1S ,
tea '
.? move to ,the ,BocajdeU Rio mouth joftfccJRio :
: I ofthe
:( proposition : kind,, would.meet 'Jaidon'the'table. 'J *.; t*r '*J :. .. teen qf the} .woff .poof: pesheA itke
fDtierial' of-Mrhich'was -to be iron, andS ( ..Afandan. 1Jherol tab, lp a -" WJi'ii'1orbe'bail t,: the'option of position. ,One account; has "it" that hesouljer& )lat ij: .is our !niaxfesi destiny"?;ito rev :resolution l\1r. Sdh: nckl'' tfele'd.a' preamble! 'and I :. 'E"} .l\tr'' t:BouJaterI' ifl r : ,J\, Lca4{'cj f

d I "' 1.1 )8.going Q J ri1 IJbU J3.iaZQi l uppil L-- t p1utionize aai bdcoir ;the II h.riJ
.. 4flLcY 1ft', 'Was..ho1mf Santia'I .Continent with'the'same Farnum bareJv.siHTariff ce4
aj rUV' : Object, to wit: ,td'have : ,; .
.i tor.I ,
i :;ri gH fu"tK, t gQil ; !Mme'J9 ft I :. thqIsland l (Mjaceat., It.is aproofpfh.wjsdQm :tbbjll 'ptint d'1rdr' : ;.11 tle I ;
O ftO r"H": I' t., c.r,,s\.10,_ 8)8-. 4bii4uLhqRjo8nduear; ; ; ; tJ; [.. | the Hduaeiarid'Senateithese' fhe'se ofttli 'nf m.., } vlqgJtJj!' : n@.o dr rv'J'

1) 4bMige! ,... ti ;,A Y o-rfl ; etremityotbeI4a4cbFadre1 l .1.\b t tbOaya3dMc! untjoa e ,' ttotlie bers1;.declatikij:thf t thy iw rCctitit 4 L :* gg DgJ } q .J lJf q: jt"lfl1
0S 1a l at the length of'Vbl ; Jt1dnhihth9bfllr.\ tla ; J7J i .J2! Ml d I 1 : ( At.ilC
,'.;aJH 1e Pt' A f"1WlIl'p' 'pTOposiL 8s) bButwla ,a :little .
: more ;iJ1\tjTW"f
I t .. .. t .JWy...iirc I l1y aIM t i9U'g thai: : ) Wd1 iw.Gj{ lf t5t ora ijfee'e
nw f 1t1 fi } \ !. ppuarjti nt: ('oithebjtjlI; 'yI.y&fJ\'ni 't' ti, f : f]
6i'in :
I"J1i.riJjjijj.'E-c 'I1 1'ff3't: 4th eaywi1: '!. 8 |fi4 and'oejmklly (tt1tr wiSi ifrMptbWltw
st ; t..q. p atertkatcemj: S itM '
"j "I the of'two three!'wefcs \1Me\ rere rl"f I! !
:'m- tfljf tff4t t.' :k .I: ) i hJU course or ,\PCt.f.: t J1ci.kBo"'l tr1'tdJ: v'5
JJ s cn<) n t.r' 41ei 1iaI are iobeT.tg Jllbj ct-WiUtaettb fljULcii5'S ] tofoft&8! JC1i t 'l gcVora'smairrniw! 'I' edrGt
= =::::: r .Cerac J ()t-t" rfrBaiKl 1iJh .tti.1'"Jj f .
tLli4! 4t 1""lVir..JJp. h4t i ,PJ'Lq n : Ii ifa} 'n has" furnished fh htWl :i\t U.VWiH? :. 1
6. ofclmittee of ;'Wa: y. ?Mdid; *"5i i..; -0; 'flr(* ft.....*cs }no ':- : :'.


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OREGON.ofPcace.' '-" : Morisgt j ezu. .". &. C1atk.Tille .o _-r -- tf i"kl i ',
; MCl Wsr.11 -" I ; k1 t" H; 3' ; '/ .J, I aUJ1 M.8 k i.l- Mi"_l' .,'1UE. .AL'TALL..L. ". .. .. ,.. .,,'", j-
Opinion .JJI.CC CD urgn if : 1ILStHRi 1J b4trnai r-< "J"
rid YJ : d : .G"I u. 'Jt. t.l ."
at icJftetV" 't..fi4
Pilot ofthe. 7thi :stant, the' 'great :excitement an-.tbat county, at Racine Waadestroyed; by W :-'. -4." ., .,.. .. -8111- .r.at'. -Jac&1OII. ..... ftt "U"'f i'. ,
IW4BO5IOn otber' articles, along produced''byv 'projected movelnent'tb fire wearyibod1JiMMlr ii1j.ttely Iai the. e.s.c." A .
r qNd3
; On-the 7 h:1a r18f6 :
te "
; skeckirig relate .
0at&ifl ,. "r. D.Mcj at DbThJan.Iettettcfl -. the new and fertile State of Texas.,' ('S SfrOlir'.Ra he tWO.' lu1diaaa S'ifin'EI nicIiaii' li.in:B.1 It beti11.1d: ii ft14f1'veot6oT 14"" -{. ':> ct' 'a-;....,..M......'r ..'2.P'K.. ,,I..iIM! L .,'".,.:<' : 'f.t\
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3d cbing the relatipis t5jJnited While we regret lessee:the citizens: '&{ :"siM"arid, i1 auglitejj, retfed;in the fiaaw.Jbuildinfr Id .,. h sict4 'laiy4efl1BeChani i ": L'ta !t.e., !,t,;::; .. -1t.. !,," 'a',: ,

ry tatesand'Great ,Bn.18I .- Virginia, and from:such a Democratic' Mr S\h 'idrrio 1i burg. '.. i21t; 1L.9"): :.:te4d: h > '
following extr:1ct will shOw b.e region'too, qjiittri gn a bodjr jKcir'n! -;. ,' with.a.rBothers.: :jfl| preva; causes.rsbft:'and j pre8eurepo.ke( to !!(Ir ., 54">t .ll ".. .r
9rit of the letter. These .specntaifnot tive State, to establish' a newreo onyijn ding*affection OB.beingrnao'e, Aware of be p1 yea' 'ln6ughiojufl ,..3rJ.( fldIIUt. ._ 4 ". 4G'ar ;: '. -' ..AI-I J ,

If instructive. are at least distant. portion ofourwide: Republic: the,situation of her'children eheflew the',i 1JrerQl'j :;f. :, 6IfLMa-1-52.- ? 1ft,1.u.l i ...' I
tJOIs i ". .
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CIInOUS. and gmusing.MOTon.frih wethust'confessthal the Herald advances tptheir rescuean'dthe: .; .; .iresWt.. .is. ?already.,. J he head'is-a:clock, the' hand of which = .' t. .' >

'Opinions'on Peace some good reasons, ,'why they should .ted. :., ."t." ... -.91'- "' ',. 1Ig: }laced 'at '.the. ''hour the'sleeper UECKIPTS: OP- :S A,,1SL'\ND'CO [ T .

_Well informed.me! .here do turn their faces towrdthreat South' '. : -
'. ?eMVHMWMMMWB-:MMMMMMHW"MBM M: It 4'hi t 1i8 ''when the times'aWires ATC*SO."LtE.B t( G TBZ,tlsT ioiti "
II l believe in the probability! of a third west. We hope thai it villit t alwaysbe >,..Large, Jfo.rHulburt, ,& ohnson, ,the 'bed plays p march, witfi .Holmes' &Co.' .- !sblH.. ,
JOt We of NewYork received, .the .,Sponton H.. S. Fanar' '1' ; .t,1t
think to
They whateverBahed" so.: trust see the-day' when lately prjn c. drams f. "
: war. and .
and in short
.n cymbals
Fernamlrx & Bitbee t1MI ZTIo. .
the abandoned IjPfee'of $ OOOO from one of their clients.f .
have fear fields of will '
to ,
the States may Virginia be ; noise, enough r rouse: the seren sleepers. H. Gunhj? ,17' f' /: '
from naval attacks. It. is cultivated with industry'and 'success" The, ,rnajnitudf'ti': ;for a '. This G.D, ,MHfcr.P t ; "JF4 '
1I'Ould be Unique bed becomes, thereTqre,4he . ,_ Jf, : : .. ,.
observing, that the constitutionof and when the f( eps.ofiour wander single suit, is perhaps unexampled; ,in .the L ; .
cjp/tw Wjkefil'aswehlas .
north tfapr ,
British army is now very differrttfrom tug citizens shall be turned baclcip(they this State. ,Mri. Johnson'was formerly the sluggish., 'rAE1aEA,. : ur .

native from this'chir.ITnionr-Uti 'G fte. .rU.' S; Mail Si Sc.,, ,
what it was in the campaigns of reinvigorated State. But if our I' tamer M ttb "

There are no logner any brethren of. Mecklenburg' wilHeave: 'us "" '- ,NaredlrassDuriflihe progress S4ir nn*h, Feb. 23.-Mrt,:HUi*, ekUd;tod Mf-

the peninsula.regiments in the service' to for a richer soil 'and.a more' genial cl- t *..qMistian- -The -Great with,'jjC.onvention of a ;,wedding :party "in Orleans 'vent;..Mn.PtnteH; elutd.and urrvmn f..Mr*..KrGibb $ '
German U in London
the lines and to prevent .desertion mate,. we wish'.them ,"God? .peed"in 1--** >*lii'I4. TTce. ? \ ;(' > -. refer- .county, TCcentl a couple _"who might and,chad. Mu ft. {am..1dtd:"
keep in ,en to, the more nerfeciUnion. rEf.p..geticatChristiaos have Been li m..I&li Partooi.Or. Lmhei' .S.,L.tJ:i.ftadi'o.
The erection of Hanover into akifl2dcXfl pilg agcl-Richmond:1nqr. '-, alt v-M ; ,frornTAlbion, ,.,concluded .to U

has kept them at home under .;.l .'_ 'f : .of ; denominationsin .' 'get married, ana thus .double the dose ; ,'RL Dillon,- W;' WUJi.tt.,H.. LkIteJ.lo .

Earnest instead of Foreign Writers.WheQc'vr a o darises" ne .next, w attracting, ,attentrongeneralfjon for .the\.1 present AJ justice dE.-boviJng:,. : ._,NPerStnmnVm.
Leaf King sendingthem : company :
whi darkens the v 1 tb"sides of the At-
horizon beV j : : Gatton.fax I'
formerly hear the orders ." 1 was called his fees paidvand the ,
tween us and England, aseVof libclous II.. tJ:.c. ..' -Tri.Cbarhtofl. Mc .
breeches of the, horsegu&rds. .ITt / 'f parties arranged the performance Ib'f ., MjsIopIa r.
and wear the writers .. -f. { "
:and itinerant UX
4 ; from < Mrs. .. FJUto.
the ceremonies The omcer.of the law Chud.U.PCau.1.:1
., It is reported here that 50-, .Grace rrurmPew-The,1emalnaer ;1 : '.'
abroad are let ]loose to! abuse and' dis'- 'about : Mri. Walton, JudIe Cbarlton. Col D. Grin, J. .
be sent assert the was to cbmm ncer the discharge
are to. to of the in this church sold ,. .
000 : were on '
troops claims to Oregon. You parage'us. A l1 workon, this country i pews of his. dutiesj wheri tKe Jady,'a? if moved! Cammtngt,,J. !l. Mcintosh, A/'Pnrkliis,H. .
may result ,follows
garfish has been published inf England, #the MondayThe ,was as : bjf an electric shock cxclaimed-101i! 'VeJtb, Mr.Clar, Mr;. 'NaKiridj.,lUr;''Clul4f,
40OOOf them least !
COUlt Qn at as: Total valuation;. ,$g f,265 total premiums -
' There is hardly mother's author of which ashamed to give:his ; : ; what will Joe.',sayl" jand darted from F-S. Giadingi, J.,'\V. Wauoa,. Mr, ,I11III IJ4
ett1L. name, but the following extract is a fair ,:$f2,147; l whole.receipt: ..sales the : l2deck.
ofo1 them that would not desert ,to of oTpews, $103,4.12.-JV. Y. .Eve. Gaz. room.. -IVoy Budget. < l1u34 .
sample te' whole-1 I -
Batti'RepiLblican. (
and if : ,. ',
'lie stripes and stars our com- :\\ ;i 12t- .tmt.: Faa.-Newspaper' .history proves, 'MARINE 'I1I ELLIGE1fCB:..,. "
is he to : '
wise ought -
wnder-in-chief that the ] -
"The slave properties of the South ; any particular -
it. If he should not find it outWore are flChance.rrr-An. i .eminent'surgeon'haslodged TORT"JACKSONVILLE; -YEBILUARYb.
bow mortgaged to tlte Abolitionists of New England newspaper is generally. :the borrower,of -- ,
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they sail, he will hear of it, very ] in order to 'purchase slaves andthey .at Hall's, Bank, Dublin. a aealed It. -CLIAKIt .

won after they land. I repeat again, about ; envelope 'containing a, one: hundred : !3.-.&b.. Adelaide, Stoekpole. Kej WM;V '
are railroad :
forming of The Josses of
a the Boston insurance
America has nothing to fear, if she is 4-185 miles in jpund_ note, !which' hd ;proposes tbbestbw : ftrarjne. .AA. &.e.De'.S D rJ'V htlth ) '.
order to steal l Oregon ; ,during the last
at ; ,Companies ,
ibleto defend her sea coasts. I on any:jmesmerist who;can tell the ; ... '..

"The message of President Polk r is regarded an while expense their debt of .20,000,000, is .sterling, number'of it.clairvoyance.. year,, amounted .to210000., 1 NOTICE. -
in Ireland with no ill will. Our 50,000,000,, two It is delusion < the N. 0. A LL :Perso i bating.ft1dtmud"&piaa&he. "
: a popular. ,
says .
thirds of which repudiated, and they A'writer the R I-eigh' (N. C.)..Regist : _t1 under jnt"tI..UI fleaM prefent them with
which} is whatever \" Delta to believe that editor
ant.1most an : a "
press refuse to pay e'th interest on it.- *> states-that ivithinfthe l Jwojor pub- in tixry day fur payrae nf. or they I will be i! i>tr .
faithful mirr r of the Irish mind : licubellows; ;bound to puff every thing red ther.'frum.BINJ.. UATCLIFFEJLongwooJ
They have ndled l Mexico out of'Texas -I three 'one of
.regards it as a national defiance to :' weeks upwardsfipf hundred, and every body that wants to. use him.i Marion C?., : L, Frb.'27; 1B..,..JAdralnistrator'8
nd. We are inclined to think and are about {o juggle her< out: of, thee j }young, .g'eDtlemeii''connected: with :. : -" -

Eng California under the mask of threat. ,the.University, at Chapel Hill ,have signed r.Mr : -
0 En.11DdVin not take up the gaunlet. : ; /llJig -Tbe'Tcv.: Stree- jjf etlcc/4 : .
to I England of taking Oregon which! :the total aftrr dute, I ball
But if she does, there will be other s' pledge. ; ter of Boston,- recently married seven I SIX mai\ib m1eappllcatIoa;
have ; : I ," I of yobsirshe
for L----
they may three-naif'pence an | 7 7 i' 1Ju.liun..Jndge $ fJIJ1
questions to settle as well as the Oregonquestion aqrc, if they choose l to payfqritat that. A'ScriousTibt occurred recently at: couples' : Jripne. 'evening at different r pla.- ....0r.I.au. farLn'rs DUroT* ory. on'tfie" .taU .

\\' C consider our title perfectly rate, abou, 5,000,000 stealing.?' Peru, In., thpeopreof that place' having ces.. -. : ._ of George hligginb lbam. late ol"aul'.'Cwiblj.
deceatecl Jt and ail *,bating demand* a'ala 61 .
clear to inch of Ireland .. persw
; : I .
every assembledCih-greatnumbers ; this '
f - i compelled Take our t ,
f t : #a Thought We aid estate, are berta3.i.quirrd.. to prt enl benD
while you cry Atnericafor the.Amer- Fire (JpryfJi<-$ r tolearn the, ,k epel'- r'the Land Office morning, as we opened ,the PhiladeljjhiaCHronicle. 'properly. attested for M ttlemeotta '- .

jeans, we cry Ireland for the, Irish :, .we that, the mansion of,CoL Allen, Cochran,. :tpf resign and', taking1 possession of'the. I We4hereIscovLpcd1 i that JOHN HIGG1NCOTHAM AdmV. '

trffl give a J'cars' notice to quit tHe, known as the Ja.U'R9ad I House,:.at..Forsytli h.1-:; 'books'.ofthe .'office" ieflectually! .pit 'an! the Cnrpniele'jolks\ had ."apprdpriated a Feb_27, 1846.. . 6m_ ,'.'

|jomt occupancy of the Union simulta-' ; :wasentire1y. .consumed by 'fire,, :end to the eqtryofJands.; !. .\. ; j part( our head .to'their'use-' and they -- Sberiffft 8.
Nassaa CouHty
with to terminate the Monday J last. Col.I and his
neonsly yours i Cochran well take' Hat
i-may as our now.-B4falo ,virtue or a writ of fie rt facias issued from
copartnership in Oregon." lady were from home 'at. the.,time ,the- Disposition. for PeaceJ r-it is 'stated''in"the Corning; :' ,Express.! ,. / ': I B the: CJik Office V>f the CSrroHCobrt fur '

[Baltimore Sun, 16th inst. conflagration took 'pltcevbich .is:supposed New./York_ 'Obseryer. ,.that"during ,It";your. ,hat.contains no more than labe coynty oN.luu. Circuit -of' 'Est'Florida

to In:re occurred b y sparks-fr>ri ithe, war ('ver opcasioneo: !, .Dy.th&irecep- .'your" faeadf wedan't want'it.Ve tried wherfb Philip4 R. Ybogw' Plaintiff sad'r*;. '

TAe Rewards of Peace.The follow- ,the kitchen, chimney,.:seltlihg and igni. lion of resident Polks:; inaugural), ope: .the. latter r,r a"day 'two; and, yet,:i'Was 'U thun;pefeDaahHTha. A d ml n III tot' '1siedupunsrdwi14 of'Robert Miller eiiid.r zps. .

ing extract is timely and appropriate.Pass ting on the roof of the:.dwelling., Very .biiridr d' rid ten ministers of the Gos- ppthing i 'Jiut'aocAiheatJ.) P/"'', for sate, 'Before/tin 'Coan' ,House ,doorl e.id ',

it round, ye l lovers of peace, and I little of the furniture was" 'Saved. The pel in London ont1 same' Sunday, .Chronicle:', ..'county; ih' Monday'4>i 6th 'day. 'of April Mir.

I let the world see where the money goes 11 loss: is heavy, and 'we'deplysympa- made Peace ilcp ubje.c.t of their exhortationsto.the '" i '.wiihb the'uual 'boura'wIttaeenaitractorpsicelof 'of tale the folfowiiif 30.eribed -i:

| to, that should feed the hungry, clothe thlse with Col., C. and fain''i jyJit ;their ,. ? ; eopTe. 1: he same jhjng MJBUC MEETING IN COLOMBIA land'propetiyi'to known,aa Martin'I sI le...and *ftaat d
the linked, and give to the nations the misfortune.-..-Grijjlii (Ga$ Jeffersonian. was ,done mnBirmingham. poUix. BeUVCiverfn tbo: aforeiail county; 'Liad on .

light of life. Pass it 'round and l let .. I" ,- ." ,_ t : : ;) ,At 1l l large an4reapepu|>lV. meeting raIMelU '.-.M ropeity' 'otl.ib." wtaleW-fh aU'Rik. '.
political C nntk.. -The P arlianient orCnlJadais 7 Pna orFoIumbi. COUfltf1eLIifl lihe,Couiri HbaMt '
A:\MrI John Thornton :who 'diedsudfecte'd Miller, and to be .old to' satIsf3sai.1 -c'--S. :
aspirants know, that 'war wastes called by proc1un'tion'llnsse at 'd : 3d iEt .' jAlli'mor 1 i SanjrJ! ,,y; .th((:2J!t'*I.of Fbr6ary facia. A."J.FAruary BhIADDOcK'Sb4rWi '
9n. ba4ef-
BJis *
> more by millions than ambition grasps.And 'hi' .pi\'tte 1846, far !ihep"ur xm of|akio*,into consiiliera'lion '. a.4- ','_ye .
I that find uhvitbaur! | foftrct\\ theQih! orrMarch,1or'des aninsurance.pf$2dOO; .on his.life iud me..un'i aimnj be. necejttry 'o,ifrfenl ;. ,; .. I ,..1,. .
they 'fa > '
ejicvo :? buTsnes. Lord ''athcaf ,. -.
pakof .; ,only'len:days:beforein.one of"ths New, the location of\the.'ArredoaAo. rant upon-lb ----t .
katentcrprizesor o-rs social organizations .
; the btn4i AIackuCoU4rSkCdk.IPT1
Blurts procjaniatipn usadjminj4sjrar, :
york offices; n By"paying: 'J35 he hasthussecufredieab0jpc'sum
let them learn to abhor social disorganization tor of the Government 'Osf Gover Col.JOHN C./IELOT wa called to the Chair, LL BE SOLD, on, ,.,Mo ..laIf3of ihViaAyo'clock : .

as n tti u ant-rod! more : : not, ,'. ; '.|*"'' to ,a widow and S. ScAaDonuJBE.qs,* was appointed S cretary. "ir y. '. -Joae ttext, :between lU houra t tW2 ./
norencrat .1 .t'auillivecluidren. :: the Court HooW injhe *l>f,
than the 'TOdd .u' / at : J
expensive largest pl.ins of philanthropy J t
,- .. _. Th Chairman briiefly explained 'the';object.of nan9vUl a ui5cirnt pOrOUIheftflte1e5U1IbS .
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and more dreadful than. the .Crz.ne-in 'Fr/r/zcci.-i-The recent reports ?I\EUow'Collegerr; he- Indepen 'the Meeting.Orf'triottMn. '.' D < .; .Ettate of F.enwwlode ain 'Jasa-iJedODdO'j,, ,

U'Urst forms of social despotism. by order'of ilie French gbv'ernnieritshb v (Order fOddFehl ws are adopting'rneasufes 'of.JOBH P.'SA.)I ..*.Esq.ilteioltrdi'Tbni1 ..- aid County, Stat \of Flan U- II..D'. Tx _,. _'cer-r.
that. that :'Committee.'of.-three be iaiarat !parcel J of Jai r|rk'i i n 1. .6.ArriJonJagrant
Give me the money that has beenFptnt crime,.. reases In ;country sit 'establish' : appointed' fJ
'tQ" a Uriivewfty n'
pofTreir, eigEij'itii.
by ilw 'Chair 10 draft re6Oluti8D' .coutajninf twa
in war, andl will purchase every times as fast as the population, and suicides founded_ 'jipon the,prliiciple; of that benevolent : the'cetite bf ihlf meeting.Whereapon'tha expretIITO thousand hunirrJvan. forlyfi awl ff'ftir*

foot of land oa the globe. I will,clothe seven*" times 4-.as fast. In* one year .association. ,The object ,they ; ; Ulowing gentlemen arernmp; enth !crr r Ix-tnfj.a: grint made to Fernando.da

wery man, 'wornanand child in an attire 168 children, bet\\eeii:: ( the ages of Sand have'in"ti 'iv,;d serV s the ., encouragement. poinied aid Com mitt e, to,, ": J >mn P. SAN* la| M ra"XrreHondoV. l ion .MI 'ibaJSnd iazis'dasto Dccem.brrr .

that Kings and Queens might be 16 years,' came to. their death by :. .t ; 1;,- 'DEasnH- -, JAVCS'G. .C oPI- 'and JACOB SOMMCR. 'A.-D."18t7, to'tisfj aDd pay the

,.. |>fKA E qj,;.who, ,having .retired fur,a. short time, abe Slat Florida, Far tuua account of Aid \
of. I will their hands '
build .
proud ,
school-house own" r ,_ r'Iun:1.IMUbi' their Chairman,.JoUM('f. SAWfollowin' iuiereit, and all J.pJ ctw .:ood.ebarjc*, in and a.bba
oa every hill-side and .every villcy over Fatalccicknt.-O- c"or :-the ':men"be' I' JSqual.:,KigAts.-r-&.bill .has lee n '"in pE1so I.'JistJ";'repo f ted. the preamble.ajuI.reaohiini _c; th* .4wrtiieini nt'a nd .ak-tbewof.Tf. :: .

the earth. I will supply that schoolhouse I troduced intollthe'jLegislature of New, ., \ .;.._ 'J mnunr W"the" z.idseir. tbe,ar 1145.ar.1 .
[ longing to the. Navy Yard at 'Washington 1 THOS..C. ELLI9,., "
Wtagis i ciiixeri ofCoIumttu $33"&0 cemi.
with a competent teacher. I will build 'Jersey4to;allow the''Seventh ;Iy1ap- 'e,the. conntli ..
named Daley, was blown 'are informed that ,efiTiru"are fnwle for the ; SH-rJff") iniITazCoUctecs
upyester.! '' "' bring .
an academy in every town, and endow ; labor on the Sabbath ( 'New.naDlyillft F dJ-.27.J84&, .I r. .:: ,. i
about l the .H -" of etabliittin' am!locating cerjuln Sji'isIi ; .
I day ,noon,. >y explosion a *1\is #-** > jiurpd ., .
: it--a college in every State, and fill it quantity of percussion waerandr Instantly is-as ,it sipul4.bc.hodngof} | ; Grants withfn. tbejmis 'of thu c.t mmp,:winch.if : I ,',

with able professors. will. crown every killedAnother pa couTse, those to wbom;the:-law,refers, lur. ed. wWifd'hot'iihly) depriro the &J.t1 of its ', AaaCOUtTSkC1W: lt -
hill :; ; haa. Jiis, arinbroken. .public building the,erection_ uhkhiaijubject- 'BE "SOW. o''Mnr\l$ ";'r''d J'i
with a church ecreted the ,resppiisiblQ.for.4inyunduejntrusioas; "
con to le..randriaGazett 13t upon in WrLL hQuI$11D( '..
ami 4MtrtheMbme thereby ; mber beien '
f jnit <} u< to heavy taxes t .
promulgation of the gospel! of peace' I '. ;" < II I. the equal rights..ofotbers4o.enjoyl 'c'inrin>- great In s>, inconvenience 8nwl TdamagB to \tn'\ .i"- 'w:eitivi. ** ,(the >
will support.in its pulpit an, able prcaeh. .11 Government'Expressi 'The.Mobile ftb rst'day pf 'the'week as ikeSabcolored. Ih iConnty'as'a:b,>dy;but"redutd fa"1arge' number Town. .rNew6"n\rniet Wflirieni portion"' rt6e -

er of righteousness; so that on every .qi 2f tiser'ofthe. 12th' ins, saYS A\Mn: I:' .a. t..t4i :... .. I of her citizens.. litViicexYrom'comprati lwepenrftenca .jf meret ,ofJohn.HI te>U' od; wjfe'f) ..,itw&# J'la ..
< : : and their famiMea itr1CtOt .I'f' find
Sabbath to poWrty-turn Uhf ro jati cbtintji; sin Ji .
morning the chime on one hill Lee,bearer of despatches, it is saWJojn I bam..IJa.n.*, 'tho Arredtfiido" "0 .4bi1seIan4
shall o : ;, -Jl e op ldt19.n .f ..: rom eomfortaWe hothei- into A lut wj!> ,"grIr J"001 V "
answer to the chime another Government. this ( '
on our nrriyed In. :city dependant J up. r, the mpahesfldebitU gh1Ji4e euA,4iu4rJd h*.
York shawn "
around the earth's broad circumference, yesterdaymorning 'on'.the Sam' Dale !population of N ew state;is 'their mure f&ft "ale'1ei-hbun:' -. i vJ.ut -' ( fortj five'and"/Ive aerrBtfo'iftafrtf.,: iTn't-gtet

. and the voice of a"c.r'nnd the of from nd'Ieft by the late'bensus to'be 44446." A 'decraa emergingfrom all.thdangerrf-awi'deprivmtioni .fnaife to"F'.irnin:4o,1i&. : ittsu Arrrdoiulo aontbeSiM -.
p song Montgomery;i immediatelyon '4685i: \ ; with the' res> DecWUr/A. J8J1' Ii144
praise ; since i !84Q of ; T.h city inc l-nt ta &prolset.4.wfr D.
shall ascend as one universal of. the JNew ,Orleans boat : Ins, p O1V1'DiiIiXII1, '.
on jyay Y&1icontains.about 17- Jeft' .siivagi r our county W'rapiHly preparing_ o ., ft balance dwelt the State. -
i fering to heaven." Texas. The,nature.of the d pat.cbesf; orN; : JV: . take'n prominent; atj/mf atnonS !the other counties on par account of said. interesia and all>f I costs and 2 t" .
The 000 blacks. y / ; i shoaM ;tne' location wtl in and abou 'dteimemeiit: sad ia8BalancV'du .., : :
foregoing is no hyperbole, but a or the precise destination of the messenger of! our hilntStatelbui chargta! : | ; '

simple! portrait of what is true and prac- Is not Ifhowhbut 'the' Jhas'tf e; 3v1tt the Al e se Grants U ''eeieJ'I.btft" ; lier limit. her t anm.bet.uow 'l thirrof' .",..., *;twb,'.handrea ana two.dSli _!.. ."'':'' *.. ;.. '
Xeg t/ peJ t1"wj.IJ it e l ta tIKI eTgbitwoccti.-, 't .
tJ.cabl: as any one ran see who 'will use manifested, .by.Mf wptidBi5era} :;tp exandria Gazetie) :goqd authority for I: .PO : ( rule fiel,).a wuh',cbeeru .,' ,". THOSC.EtLTL, f. 4,. : If.

his arithmetic, geography and history indicate somithingofimportancoin the saying that since the rejection of the'offer I ami happy JBresld?*"des rted.oiul ..dilapidated yiffiiod ,T x CbUeecor. 4 4* .

*1d eiently to'make the calculation Therr.fonv_ .. ,., "' .N.cwowYiDe. F.b27.1 844. } .- .. "f
wind aD'
: .tI"f..J"-! ,
> of arbitration on the4th inst, by of Ihew t .. .. .: 1"-: : :
would that the scbooltnister _. -- > *i ,#ifii, :,:hat locat !*" .grtats rt'.- -_ .L r ". .';'"
rio '
more I kclJ1tfla.n,. .ojbdr 6fl,1aeverbbeemadebyM subject 11f'Vital" importanceorHheeoMntyr*nd :: --. k M".IJ" .
generaily abroad:. and that his *teachings *H ayti. -\Ve have Port Republican! '- ft CiUZCnSa&I7IUIJ rake active and14omprme1uresi AiakC N1flLLESOL0M'1 IM7Ibt"vv. 1k' .
.akeiban ,
lead papers foJanT24th.: : TVe hafe'llrea l ypublis1icavertar ) not I that her _'..ZiaidgPit1. .. L.L ,'. '.
yht the t".J t .# -
3di "
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. sovereign people. to see ." J"s"ie.28tin ';itrat; all:probable that any' i"'e1 will i .- or .J.- ". t 'tI:iJ'II"'r m l'', '"-
: ; Of
;; t 'f" T
4 feel '
f that-thejr -.4f' a' r..a
responsible for t tvii'p'eUbk mrVfart1! !
JiIt c1
the- character and of the .' It :\.... ,61' rt .' "",I *;Be'ioide' by hinfuntil' ftheTreteipt;. ,'of:;.far* !, ;Relolved, 'Taii. tad.tcWl o.he' r i i:", .itkt*'CClun,: ..Abrtfc.itSSwfirifcS'4 a auCeiefet ..
doings zntooththey {lHpipeyiwfl iK&to %$$I1n.& 'noi'ttJobc ftI-1ibi'ib i.nk Jahi.ita d i tm.I1.1obcH.lBrII.
'1 'Orrthe. *18t; PresidentTierrot i 'Jnibr I. 1 1C.1i r : .
T/I- *- '
commit destinies of taftcntberrejecpon
the theLation Towi a 1AJ1Iga1 .
Al tor
.oC ithe;"puer tp.arfti"ifearo that there .re..i't g' tharlei 'WsPW* ttlFV **? &
and that their will must'giver di- Jish .d'1 prpclaraaltrcrti.J,. tnht'l.i4iisl ,-P'1 ". 1 jtrat' 'bDenmadeknOVTi'toit.fftVltyUp ,1, ili'ttif.,7pir1l.fihe'State. and (urtbffl l V n". darpii" RnW;. ".kuitL4n? *1d : ;.< ,:', ,
sections ll.pf :Lt'LLeut. C9U5 ul-CJe qr 1 ; the .Country wa.I18Yer.urn1 u" [.tr' fI"'' .. .. .
that i d' .
to the .C t"D"f1
publiccouncils. Y4. l -thtii'koKVr itj ... '
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utikiwn r
.J01rT.O"n. i. .. '.' :' of *Francet tboar& the Prench.higato1'1tisinons4be '. '1' r .. and_ ::;.. ..JPG n"eouoa.,. .w >-.
-. ., '" ceof'thererusa&ortheaieaieiriment _" 'f'4.T ton I -\ -'ltm-*- -,-"C- : ( .'t< :!:ganti.. inj ;, : ..ckf1i1t11 'h UR" lis ban4i.a Mid "
c. 5&oX1. .. ;-AU.1nenlotls".er.J 411jupst1 9 riJ! oBIt I! t.tr.aJ f rr i i '! id fi, ritt11, en'ft "i'tiMc' -
f'in 1letr t.t.,1f : 4v 4ttrj'J J *J ? -* > ss "
. The King of Prussia has leceriUy.pujS- I.. t "- v.** *.* n"t..1 "aterspn -Baj.... -tiwWlwtjStrjfcWPW: ?"*>ll '>ia i; J.i dOf IMaU .lt ..I UItI" -
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I T* ,d the=eilrcr cup,' with: which Mar- ,Uqn.to, Dub fu .:.renchepqtycopsul, Fzaaci&MeOiiliyiflas.i* de"l import :,JJo-ffl ''tfH 1r Jf. JY! 'i aW .. ', .;;''uIW1b...tWfWt"H"L"t .u
seed* n. ,,. S 1e .N..iut t.1Do' (of tIJt. *omsLeterrili .
"butber banished fromHaytiorsoingth Mf ,fH t& .
used ? .f .
the Sl- tint simplificationia.'tbe'woci59B'.. kfe .a.r1J"i. .q-..,., i !",;f"1 '" .r'! .".."v---t.. WIt &i -. 1 A
>e '"l5 frj rWm .1IfIIIMI
erlmenL : ofdiscordbetweefl the'ifferent Mcbro'Q.yipdicatioajo .' : : "LI ': r. uY" "' 4
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The Rer: Ashbel 'Baldwin ,tne.k>ld; i. jl e 1pti Q:6t ( Jog, bin $8;, ..4Habaaadtse.edLE ri"'r; ;an ";A .. .' 'a.. r ..t""J. a < '%- I"J .t'TftL.'c' :ELIiIItf. .
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has been fey-Simmons .t .4 ': .
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leeks.- s..tla pSek.a
: to bQLgIveuthL hating been EMAININU W'IIIii FeeL OtIe,'aC Florida and 1a.
: : NOTICE ap- PabMc GeaIrYr W.ti .j"_ 'f tithe 31ac Deoe..r,1841 ,Creek. Maadari,J..e'*i8St.Joia'iiS
' Jo the' Governmest of the United &$shcribersti-II coftUfluesHs, Boardia dIe E.,F.'.
. for tba : .takes oat fo three moods, wW be ,Sv Msrjs. Bf nwfck aad Dadeav, CimJ
: States, Acest tioflT1inberontbe ;Hoese,'in HI lMYifJe. Liberty CI8DtJ N.$1h.ftaUT if
Lands ia East Florida all who dead letter c oV,aiubIsgteD4A. the U.S.Matf to the.abere places.Tb .
:j I Fobfiq .persons may G8orIiaJTI YlIIap Vrsindc Bents EespoctfoBy Informi to. '**. .
:. ,6 "..tmpaaee3 a11 hereafter commit any tresMM to studenu from distant places who wish to avail .of Jacksoirvilk and km : .retake ptes fIt'..11.
., t 4 .. ty csttiag down aad c.riyjngrny any LrveO themselves the opportonitie*'of obtaining good .; be baa moved to the (lUG. AcoatsyA. &t' .MATTHEWS, P.. MeNehy; .
; :K r lc or Offlberframsach Laid, will be dealt edocatlon, on reasonable';terms, an d in" a healthysitoation mediately aajotabg" B. far. has We tsWeefUy. it%
witb the Law The', is still heated, iwroVcks end ets. !** &,,aI jaomely
aDd .Academy *
1 M good society.
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: directs.JOHN occapied, as: Ge P
M j. A. Betbune, famished aad paInted, sad her w-\
:. '. : ; L. TAYLOR under the charge of CoU Bradwell who U, well ,, .
.:.t, February SPA. 1845. Agent U. S.. &e. known as a teacher experience, and who baagenerally office of' the 'Florida Statesman,"and is .,JacOb $yrneCbarfea; much ..pr Aa for aeeevaasodadesj sail.
I f pared to aw-widi ptUude.u Jobs fort she be .
won the.respect'and "friendship of bispupils pro cannot .al'J'uwtt. earoute. .
;;;L. : RMlsber.agk 811ed8" Sale.Firt and aected with theabove...: G.. .' This boat will arrive,af Saraaaa'Thersday .
t' washing IoJgIDginsybOhad
! t *Monday a..4pril.1846. at; house situated quite near the Academy, Mr..,Grothe woaLI.aIao'say,that be, nell,George Cbtfaua Mrs.G. .C. morning before tb* Jeeerture '_
:r.i i : BY. ,rirtae of a ,writ. of fieri. facias, from the for$8 toy per mtntb., For; further particulars 'address mined to confine his attention. In future, Mr*. Nath'L daily line of steamers for Cbarlestoav _,' .
I ; ofiee of the Court for the branches. He
.. Superior the subscriber Hinetvill ly to work ia these D. every evening.
at Liberty ,
1, t. coeaty of Leon, Middle District of Florida,Union Georgia. IL F. BAKER.EtIR county., thanks to the'many :friends 'w bo have Id.oa. Lieut. 1. L. Also passengers wishing to take pute, I"
ii Bank, plainui; and William Wyatt defendant ALSO TO-' theii-patrOn trusts that bit 'F. brig or barque line which leave s..,.

t t I I hate levied upon,and will expose for calc,befote 'Rev. R. s. W-d.on;.HiD"wiUeG., after will be such as to merit it. Fleming Mr*.Swan Thursday and Saturday fur New York,aftar'T
i':14 : the Court' House door in Tampa, Htllsborough Rev. W. Griffin. Florida Conference. From long practise la his ,business Miss Cornelia Mary Floyd H. H. arrival of the St. Msttb.wsfroni Florid.-
trc county, within legal hours, all the right title and himself give .satisfaction with their
J ; 'William Dell. F eq.;near Newnansville. F!.. competent Mrs.Julia Passengers, beWI.ill....
p .s l cWmoC.WilliamWJ&tttotheJoUo.inrducribede P..s. 'To travelling .from Jacksonville charges will be moderate and .a G. board either hue,if required.
: ; propel,, to wit: persons those'of the Noirti. The above boat will leave follows
Black Creek'or Newnansville,'Fla., to anyplacenear C.'E. Gibbs Fanny :
; t. Edmund, Anthony French Pereen, Harriet, N. B.:.Clocks and Watches,repaired '
ll Sister's Ferryrin South Carolina, Hinesvilieis Leave Pilatka every Tuesday A.,M.,at 8 ..
: t. Emily, Alfred. Mat, Pug. Toad and Austin negro the direct route. manner, and at the shortest notice.JacksonvIIe .- ', a'H.. Pkolata M M 11.
slaves together with four or. five acres of.SugarCane 6.J1846.I Dec.26,,iSIS.JACKSONVILLE._ William 2 Black Creek P.M. 3 N
February Hsroenway.
t a ,more or less. Also, landIying south of the _._____ iQbo.bam.James Jacksonville .
night. 12
it I Uaaatee River, south E. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4 ofaeetioaSlV evy Cenaty ShcriflPs Sale ,Denj.W.,Hegbelm.! H.
; Mr Sarah S. freight or passage, apply to Capt.
H. Houston McXstt
4th 1846.. *, Dar. .
fij: : township 34, 'range 18,-south and 'east; Monday, May, .
;;.u' it east'.1-2 of N. E. 1-4,section 3 1.township 3 4,range -tXTILL ba.told on the 4th day.of.May next, .(CO&JiXE&OF *six.Ap VKWICA 'Ossian B. Hopkins CoL Benj. 2 on board do-WOOD CLAGHO&N,
"u: : .18,tooth and east. ,Levied upon as the propertyoulddsfeedenttoasUi1ysaidwritofedfaciu VT between the hours of 10 and o'clock, at J TBK: subscriber ham recently ,,Mr*.- Hopkkje Francis ,
the House of Enoch Daniels, the following named JBL:the above establishmeot with a ,Jainpby Agents SavmMwL
t I : JOHN PARKER, Sheriff. Lota of Land, or as much aa will satisfy the Tas greater convenience and acco* L. '. BISBE3LArents.JaduoaL4
! l, P.brwy20,1846. due on. the same for.the past year,:including all whom ill' health or pleasure might, EarLedwhh William.
; the '
., ..sand charges.W. . portion of Florida, solicits .. ,Capt. Tboa.
: t Colombia C RB' Sheriff's Sale -- 1.2'0 N. E. 1-4, N W. 1-4. and W. l.2of public, trusting that none, who may favor' .M. Agent. Black Cmk03The
f ty h 'WILLIAK:MiDDLtros, vJoHFNSiTH S. W. ,-. sections; the wbole section 6,'except .find anything requisite to their comfort .,Dr.John S. 3 Miloor Dr. Thomas 2 steamer SARAH SPALDINO, .
II AttacEmenu the W. 1-2 of N. W.and S. W.I-4sud.he The healthiness'acboarilJe-iu *,Mrs. Wm. A. McCormick, Jamea in connection with this boez.aad none others__
k- r ; alias f N. E. 14 of N. W.'1-4; the whole of section 7; from the harsh sea breezes aDd its Abraham .McDermot,_John 2 terprise on Lake Monroe one hundred sad tvejK
it=, I WlLLUM A. PoW LI.. J W. 1.2 of N. W. W and W. 1-2 of S. W. 14, cess from any point, have always np, Jamea P. five. mile_above Palatka up the St.John's rh,,,.
.t q 1, BY virtue'of an order from the Hon. Thomas and W. 1-2 ofN. E. 1-4,and W. 1.2 of S. E. 14. reputation,of being tta most ftnt. N. July 5, 184S.

.4:; ; : Douglas Judge of the Circuit Court for the of section 8; W. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4, section 17,and in East Florida, for the resort of ,Mrs. TabithaP. United States Mall. .
t: ''i Eastern Circuit of Florida, I will sell at public \ \ J.2 of S. W. 1-4, section 17; the whole" of the winter season. To such persons, he steam Packet'
:'4 h. L" oction/in front of the Court House in the Town section 18, except the W. 12 of S.,E. 14E. 1.2 commodations,which be hopes will ,William 2 Parsons, Amanda 2 &t-SPALDING, Capt. Robe.s .
t of Alligator,on the first Monday in April next, ofN. E. 1-4,and N. W. M. and S. W. U of section able, and as medical advice, of the ,. George Philip. 'A.Jackson; o, having been thoroughly
:;?I"-I"t t t-! within legal boors the following perishable property 19, 8. W., 1-4; of section 31; the,whole of can be commanded in. die. town, they Aaron B. Pannentcr. Mrs.SarahS. hauled,her decks and cabin rebuilt, aDd aWl
;; I attached in the above entitled cause,' viz:-One section_ 28.except the N. E. 1-4; S. E. 1-4 of section .upon the most careful attention.As Urged for the accommodation of passengers,
'ri fine dark bayStallionanci one cbetnat orrel Mare. 32; W. 1-2-orN. E. 1-4, W. 1-2'of S.-E.1-4, visitors from the North have cc.II Darid' Starratt,Mr*. Margaret commenced her regular trip,from ,Pataikat
tf' t. T. B. FITZPATRICKShfff: Col. Co. and W. 1-2 of S. W. 1-4, orsection33. laJed their coming, under the impression Dr. Reuben Sheldon. Daniel H.2 terprise, on Lake Monroe,up the'St.Johas
!t.. Alligator, Feb. 14, 1846. .. The above lands are in Township 11,S. Range, house was filled, the subscriber lakes & H. Spear Dr.A.S. 125 miles above Palaika.

f.,. r CO1b1 CoHRty Sheriff's" Sale. 1J East owned by CbArle and Bernard M.Byrne. tunity to assure such,in future,that, in ,,Thomas, Scats,Johannes The above Boar leaving Palatka every T

i AiTKuft J. T. WRiOHTand.DATID RIOLXRSOH, Said lands are situated and lying on,and 'near the be can always provide them the temporarily T. Morning after the arrival of the U. S.Mail

ti.tt.. roe 1 I vs.. Suwanee River, Levy county, FJa. and bounded' fortable accommodations in town.OLIVER \ Capt. H. L. 3 Teasdale.Chapelle. Packet, St. Matthew' .. Captain)leNrl'1.r,.,
*. JOBV N. SMITH, alias WILLUM A. POWJCLL.Attachment. mostly by United States lands. .Jacksonville, Dec. 19, 1845. ly Capt. Samuel Taylor,Mr. Catherine vannah,carrying the U.S. Mail to the abovtplaces. '
W. D. ANDREWS Sheriff.February6 .
t Mrs. Sarah
Hon. E. D. Turner
J. ,
l' 4
t virtue of an order from the Hon. Thomas J846., Passenger for Enterprise, will take las

ft.I i: BY Douglas, Judge'of the Circuit Court for the Levy CoHHty Sheriff's Sale HOLMES & Ebenezer T. W.Waters, A. G. Matthew every Saturday Evening at 4 .'eW'
: Eastern Circuit of Florida, I will expose at public Modayt4lK May, 1846."TT7TLL Savannah.The .
t;r> sale, in front of the Court House in the toW of be sold on the 4th day of May next, MESSRS.. HOLMES & CO., -have ,John Welling Mrs. M. M.T. Steamer Sarah Spalding. will ma'0'1..0n"ilIp .
e: : Alligator, on the first Monday in April next, within Y T between the hours of 10 and 2 o'dock.t stock of Merchandize JobVn..r, Dr. Adam ,via Pirolara & Mandarin. hack"IIIf,

ti!: ''f: legal b ar.,the following perishable property attached 'thft house- of Enoch Daniels, the following Lots of building occupied by the United.States have, Samuel JNO. M. PONS P.M., trip leaving JckwnwiUe1 Moedaj sl r-
I ? ; ia .the above entitled cause, vix:-One sorrel Land. 240 acres of first rate and 240 acres of the Government Building. They ,o'clock. I
tt;: horse,saddle and bridle,one two horse waggon third rate Land, or as much a..will satisfy the tax their stock, by the late arrivals from ,Jan.2d, 1845. For freight or passage apply to the Captstaa-
t I: and a small stock of liquors., groceries, provisions, due on the same, for the year 1845, including,all ,a full assortment of Dry Goods, G Board, or to Fernandez-& Bibee, Agents Jai
i ucl Jry good*. costs and charges. Said lands are situated near ware. Provisions &c.&c. GENERAL'S OFFICE, > sonville.
t' 1 "r T. B. FITZPATRICK Sh'ff. Col.Co. Clay landing, on Suwanee River and owned by 'They have on band, now'l.nding from St. Artine, November 8/*. 1845. J N. B. All goods will be received ia 5.DI1',h
.( Alligator F.b.20, 1846. James Herron. W., D. ANDREWS. ginia from New York, 50 bale Hay i iLime. to Owners of Unsaryeyed of Storage in Jacksonville & Savannah.Aug23 .
,, 1846. Sheriff 20 ,thousand Laths 30 boxes Private',Claims.
: Circuit Court. kegs'Butter,20.kegs.Lard, 20 bbls._ HE Surveyor General of Florida respectfully __
4 i r EUT1Klf CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. -LeVJ', County Skcriflfs Sale. bbls.. Beef 20 bbls. Bread, 50 hap I informs those 'concerned, that ha has .Florida and Savannah Ste
l r qotv of Dnval: In Chancery.Bill Monday, 3d August,1846. bbls. Liquor; 100 'Ploughs, Iron of .. the Keeper;of the Archives this place, Packet..s.
[Ii t H&JUTM.LIJtDSaT I Bill for account WILL be sold on the 3d day of August next, Glasses, boxes Pipes'.Tobacco,'ice. & a Diagram, in which is plainly delineated TllEr'gnlarStesmFaek.iWl
"f TS.IB. Partition of .the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock at which they will sell at low prices. of the several Surveyor, as assigned GASTON, Cant. F. Perk,..3.
:. I.. TAVIOR the house of Enoch Daniels, the following Jot or rive at Piculata FiuUv
7 .uRNZLIU1 } Estate Jacksonville January 9tb, 1846. contracts entered into with my predeces- every
: r : WIH.LOW FOSTXB f I p.rcel'oC Land, containing 160 acres, or as much the 28th day of July last and within ing at 9 A. M. on each week, and will leave a
1 His wife, MARIA. Fosrxa et.aL thereof a. will satisfy the'tax due, for:the year Tobacco Seed. they are about commencing their surveys. P. M. fur Savannah via Mandarin Jack ot,
j. ;. TT hvlngbeen made,to appear' by:affidavit to 1845, including costs and charges. Said landsare superior Cuba (Vuelta de having confirmed claim within those St. Marys, and ail other immediate landing,
i ;. '. the satisfaction of the Court that the above na. situated on the Wakasassa,.S. W. 14 section, FRESH Seed for sale. at the store of are earnestly desired to furnish the Deputy arrive in Savannah early on Sunday macslap
"' .tned Defendants Winslow o.ter"and his wife, 28, T. 12, R.;16, and said to belong mona.Ed. JOHN M. jUtt"f'i.. their claims lie, with the certificate of A. II Passenger for Charleston can .y".t 8 o'

.. ,; t; ,daria Foster, formerly Maria Dewees, reside in round Schriver a lIon-r lident of this State. Jacksonville Dec. 19.Bunaway. Esq.in the usual form, oe>where a Decree in the evening in the daily line of S..nwr.
; the State of Alabama and beyond the jurisdiction W. D. ANDREWS, Sheriff" Court in this District has been made, and The Gaston nin in connection vilb Mesa
; 0 of.this. Court, on motion.of Gregory Yale Esq., 03" I: will have the number of the other lands which no appeal has been taken, or where a WuJbnrVird..r'. Brie Line nf I'.irtl
.fl I Solicitor! (or the Complainant, or. the day of sale. February, 1846. From the Gillisonville Jail Decree of the.Supreme Court of she United New York, of which one leave every .M .
I It i*.Ordered, That the said Winslow Foster C. morning. .
; NOTICE.ALL Di.trictS. a negro fellow has been given, a certified copy of said final
: a\ad-Maria Foster do appear, and answer the Con.I persons having claims against the estate t. inches high dark complexion in the usual form from the Clerk of the Th Gaston doe not, return to Black Crrvk

: pkinaat'a Bill within, four month, or the same of John Dixon, decea..d'ma.t: present them to speech and has a severe born ,and certificate of the Judge, &c will be ne her way to Suviinniih.
." ; t., will be taken as confessed against then the 'subscriber, within two years from this ,date, I leg. He i* about 25 years old,and says. ,:and establishment in the field of their NAMES OF PACKETS.
," ,, And it i* further Ordered, That a copy of properly authenticated according to law;otherwise. is ELFORD, and that be' belongs corners required,to enable the surveyors The veel compoaing this Line, will
1* ; this Order duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, they. will be forever barred. Petit, of Meri wether county Georgia. i.el'ola, them down correctly, and make be dnpmrbed re ubrly' every.Monday.f4.
( : ; be.published in some newspaper printed within the JAMES GREEN Adm'or. lars will be paid for his apprehension 'to this'office under their instructions. Brig CLINTON.. Lvon. master. JHM It

I f. 'Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week consecutivelf Dec. 19 1845. in jail so that I may get him again. persons having claim. heretofore survey- Brig AUGUSTA M. Sherwoml.Jnne23. .
: for four months. .
informed that the certificates of survey
: : THO DOUGLAS, Judge. Sheriff Beaufort than thrae hundred have been New bark VERNON Ellery. master,
to more
r.; :4 : I. OSCAR HART Clerk said Court hereby ALL persons who are indebted to me for the Dec 15 if in nr this office fur several awaiting their 30. "
'certify the above to be a true copy of an Order of ,Negroes, will please come forward years Brig SA V ANNAH.A. Ha.fa,, masteri4-
; I; .made land entered in said entitled cause on the 18th and pay their notes, or they will be .placed in the Administrator's to call. and or receipt send an thereforthey order for them are without re Brig EXACT.J.Johnson, master July It

if 'daloC February; A. D.1846. hands of an Attorney for collection. Now friends, persons indebted to the Estate delay.ROBERT Brig EXCEL, C.D.Smith. m .ter,J.H.
TESTIMONY WHEREOF here- come and pay, for I assure you that I have no wishto ALL -unnecessary Thee vessels! commanded of
4 ; 'rAr p, rder r, late Dnval county BUTLER,Sur.General. are by men
EI'.. [L. S.] unto set my hand and ..fExtbeseal sue any one, but those notes must be, paid as deceased, are hereby requested to'm.ke 8 3m experience who will nx* every rxertieatql'a.s.ngers _
It1J .I. .4-r.-j.-i. of said Court. you all know they do not Belong to me, but to an immediately, and all persons having as comfortable as pnstible.

, OSCAR HART; Clsrk.- orphan. ISAIAH HART. against said Estate are requested to Magnificent Family Paper! They will tail punctually as .b ve, and 's
(:! '' Y.bruary2Otb,1846. 4m Februarys, 1846. 4t within two years,'or this notice.will be ONLY $1.00! cases be towed to sea by a S..nallfNll.

:r'.,"f..-". "S". iGrt 8 Sale.Monday ... ----- NOTICE. bar of recovery. PROSPECT GEORGE HOLMES.

,1 2nd March, 184G.BY ALL persons ,indebted to me are'ucJUf.ted to HENRY IAGENH. viving and Publishing Week I,paper entitled Aeent. JarkMiaviOaBerths
r virtue of. writ of fieri facia*, issued' from .' and settle with me some how or other January" 16, 1846. 2m THE NEW-YORKER. can be secured at Sr. Au n ",.
either by giving me the plication to B. F. CARR & CO., Ae*
or a new note, or
the Clerks office of the Circuit Court, for money
":7. NOTICE. Ncw-YoRKfR,a Weekly Journal of Litera
15, IS4:.
.' liquidating the accounts, or at I least 1 looking in a July
!'I t the County of.Dual, Eastern Circuit of Florida. Grn.r.rlnlt'lIilencr.:established,
good humour. me, or ill,aa they 'please, but SIX, W.ekssfterdateI'willapply to by
the may
wherein Henrietta Barnard Administratrix
lIt Judge of Probates for Duval! Editor of'The New York Tribune, in paosr&CTVS
.f.t Estate of Henry Barnard, Jr.,'deceased, is Plaintiff least at all they events should come be and put say in the something mill.ISAIAH. about them. Letters of Administration the estate 1834, end discontinue, or rather merged, OF A NEW DEMOCRATIC PAPER
: : ;and Timothy Wightman and Uriab Poinsett, establishment of The
of in
a D. 'HART. IP FRANK late said county,dec; Weekly ,
I have levied uponand will ex THE SOUTHERN JOURNALTo
V; irePeffDdants, February 6. 1848.ISAAC 1841. after having beesrpublWi.'dj'ist
'February 6, 1846. 4t '
L15. /'pose) for ,Sale at publicoutcry. before the Court years and a bi'lf.Having now ample and be PMthed in Tallahattte, nn
E ; :Jlouaedoorln the Town'Jacksonville; onMonday NOTICE IlJ'OTICE.-ALL'persons'
c Literary assistance, and having recently ex H undersigned
tt: : ,. .tha.nd day of March' next, within legal hours, ALL persons interested, will please take notice, JL.ll, hereby informed.that we:own, by. and prefected( our Mechanical arrange T City of Tallalia ptopose.. to publish Nw
I ; .,tjbe following described property, to wiu 51 acres I b.ft.hi.day,elected.to take a child Spanish Grant Domingo Fernandez ,we propose to revise and reissue it oa and to be entitled .THE SoinaiRjr a weekly JO IJI,
P ., of.Land, (of which 30 actes, are Hammock, and fart,in the estate of Geo.W. Wells,late Alachua of land in Marion county, E. F., in T the list October, 1845, on a sheet slightly To be devoted to Politic. .Litei .
".t die balance Fine Land,) situated on the North county deceased, and that!shall,at the next session South of the base and range 21 East of : in size or character from: the old N... lure, the cause of Temperance ature andgenerally. ,,I
;! I-t. known, ,as Dames Point. The**aid tract of commence at Newnansville, ,E. F.,, on Monday, mock, and about Marion and Alarhua ''plan! of this paper will combine. In Poliiica the 'Sooihern Jouina** will.
a, j Land Is Improved by.a fine Frame Dwelling' House, the 9th day of March nex ,.(ter date, apply to have Watiimpkie or Hall hammock. We (. -Reviews,Poem., etc. iuelf to the southern school and sosiais
3-r:; ,and.but buildings, good well, 1 of'water, Orange, the same set apart tn me.-. '. bid nil persons from occupying or in any .Literature--Jales, Sketches,, extracts which
principles Southern
.i Peach and other fruit trees, a desirable, situation MARGARET.TURNER, passing on' said,land.THOMAS :_ C&o! new Books, etc.. known na..be.Sla.among. Right Doctrines. "
I rformiFarm and Orange Grove ; Adm'x., and late widow.,ofG. I"
-Letters from Europa'and di will afi
of said Defendants S. D. r. fur a strict construction
r: :J// LevWuponas property .,W. Wells,deceased. flL parts' of our own Country. Statistics Constitution
IJ.J.I* ,.siod to be sold to sstisfy said writ of fieri facias. Newnansville.Jan. 16th, 1846.' tf. Jacksonville. Nov. 13, 1845._ Anecdotes, &e. of the United Slates; belieisjlheFedera :
( Government oIL
the result
LEDWITH Sheriff Duval
6' Coantyi
: 'I By A.'CjiHOTi., Deputy. ''NOTICE. Ia Circuit CoHrtYEASTJCRM on Domestic EctJoomJ-A&rieuhure." -In pact between separate and independeM Stand
; : Jacksonville.lan.23d,1846. 'SIX'WEEKS after' date, I:will apply 'to the CIRCUIT or'FJ.O'a & en.i n', Recipes, & that every power not expressly. graates1
Hon. the Judge r' prob.te for' Duval county, for :-Il'CAanc r.' Intelligence-Foreign and Domestic reserved to the State, severally.
t-t : Sherl.'s'Sale. Letters Administration n'on the estate 'of Esther '.AitzyFzwsux, 1 Bill( Political events Proceedings 'cd That tho exercise of any ro.rr- -

t7' Monday ilnd March tliQ.' .Hallbrook,late of said county decias d. ;f1', >. Congress, &c. &c. granted on the past of the Federal jGi

...: BY virtue of a writ of fieri facia*, issued from January 30, 1846. J. M. PONS. RICHARD. Fxfrinx.: V. ''Di...'. !! last department will be carefully prepared, i i.an luurpatioo, and shoaM bit dM"Cktdj
.ti. .+ the Clerks,office of be.Ci.rcai'Court for thef It having besn.made- to appear by il! .U. a*; ample and varied as/that of any The.'Sooiher. Journal" will contest .r-(
: :,; C0,ftty of .Dtfval, Eastern ,Circuit of Florida, I NOTICE.ON satisfaction of 'the Court 'that. .Richard ; Weekly paper whatever. The extensive doctrine that the Federal Government Ili'
:i. ...,..levied upea, and ,will expose for Sal before the I 4tb day of July next ensuing,, after .the Defendant named la.theaboY. po e and ,other facilities' .for.obtaining no money from the.people of the Slates '
r tbe;::House door,- in:_the Town of'JaCk,00- daae.IwU1 apply to the Hon.' Judge' of Probate. resides.in the.Scate: of .Georgia,;and n which we have been'year engaged in by',tlte ezprea grant .Bailer. ibea athosiif t-
'1 .-f: i,vile;.oa Monday,'the 2nd day of March next, becweeo (County of AI..cbaa for a final; discharge fromtheAdmInisuadon jurisdiction of this Court, .On motionof. on the Daily and Weekly Tribune, plidt term of the Cu adlUl1oa. ,
:1i legal boors,,the(olio,wing described'proper* of the Estate of Lewellen*Williams :Xancastsr,:Esq ,Solicitor l for the Corapl abl .us!. to.present early and ,authentic ac It will contend that -no Taria"nooVbvfsed. )
:. ;. xyt to wiu ,All timt certain House and Lot situate' ,('late,of said County,) dec, is Ordered ''Thai 'the 'said' Defendant : of all. transpiring events through this, our except for tbepurpoaeof Revcane, jj

l f' i.lying and being In theTosrn of Jacksonville}' mev I I"I'l F. UNDERWOOD, Fewaus,do appear and answer the, r1 AVeekly, from which'Political essays and fray,the necessary expense of aa ecoao
,'euring one.hundred arid five J.en .Isngtri by fiftyrtsroaad Administrator Bi!!within four months or, the. ame wUl tter of partisan'character will be carefully minIstration of Govtrnmenu -
< si half feet in breadth,known and described Newnaosville. ,E. P., January 2, 1849._. confessed against,him. -' In fine; The New-Yorker will be sim It will oppose the appropriation of lbe .-
': :'. tin tbeplsa ofss.id Town as ,the a1rpii.of Lot -. Administrator's ,Notice. .And it ifurther'Ordered, That a. 4:truly.a,Family. e.. rer. of moderate iheaale uf the Public Lands to tneSts ,
n,.r.. '*(No.iSt) In square ('.,2,).and' bounded as"fol* NOTICE' is hereby 'given to creditors ofandpersons order duty 'eertifieo b-ib Clerk'of Uiis ''I. mmd,.the), loweai t possible' price,,intended fon These are some of|he leading topics.H'J.
"" ..lows.Oft the North by Lot (No..5.)In.the square entitled'(tdiatribot1on.in, ''the 'Estate: of published in some;newspaper" printed.- :: readers as either dislike Political'discussib engage tl*'attention of the ""Souther JsafV

4. j.:';, jsJoresaJd,.On;he East by the remabing' half of,Lot Francis R.5arich; z; late1 of Alachoa. County. dec. Eastern Circuit of Florida/_once. 'a week obtain'. this portion of their intellectual In relation to the local affairs,of ri'WT>
':H :, (Mi,2thrszW.OntheSoothbj Biy.Street, and to'all'persons who 'roa'y 'have .any claims or .lively for(four months.I. .' "-,. . through the *zsteiof their respective Journal will be Democratic, and sopp&t1"
.r e. vOo the,West by..Lot(No..3,) in the 4, square :sforeJiLeried demands'wbatsoever, against;or1 interest;in'said ,CSC AR, HART CInk of laid ) '|. .. ,We Intend,Iba t no matter fa which ra- ey of the Democratic I'.",. With ibe| ,
I .,. t1dl ." ; Eatat8/'that unless the samebe exhibited or asserted certify that tba above .is'a true:copy' of men. (."oy!pHtll l.Religious or.other per- strife sod the bitterness of a bJ-rnedar.'k .
,p upon .as. the property of the estate; of within the -period of two-fyesrs,:front this :mad.and entered In said'entitled C*,''object :ihall' "ppear I in this paper, have as little lo do as the nature of its ,.
'.- ZebeJas:WiUeydeceased, to satisfy 'a judgmentanlnirPh"p date, they"will be barred.- Per 01.'having'claims Tenth day of November, A: D. 1845., a Urt portion'.of I Its contents will spear 'will permit. Tho.equ.sifocswbtchbe"

'',f Eraser,aad_his wife, Mary L Fraeer. and demands:'against'the Estate,are requested to "- -.;" In tesilnvony:wbfreof.'.,I; bet" the Weekly Triliuna.be past divided. the nubile mind wbh1". !

'.'., -_4 Administratrix: ,the"> said ZtbuloQYill'l, in present-them to the. .uodersl jnad.wllhout delay. -S.,,......) 1D'baDC.nd; I ix ;the Seal ,Niw-Yo : published every Sat. : ili cnssd and,sealed-which are.r;
f 'S ( F" 'JQHN'J.SANCHEZ t5fi0 OSCAR mornlcg t but printed and mailed '
anid.ChsduWWey. HART7Nov. Cl on Thurs tics! questions, and which can havefM, "
', .1);n ,"," 1J 1.LEDWITH.: *? -9. ,Administrator;, Jct Friday. so asia reach, many of.Us p.,. with practical statesmen r-t-.r'lha.awd r'T

.; ''. ., 1' i IIIM! ftinua--;. : J1 ..-t,. 'Newtjan5villefE.T,,January 2d, 1846.. *.* ,, .. 221845.. h ,' nJJ'he 'Soday 'reltoC, the will permit to pass unregarded,unless It
-4- :> tBvAY4.CuoY4D.pety.T ... : A._... ',Ne"ee..J. :':' :' 'PrOb 1 C14rI : ; lwHbe.Pflat.oa.bH .0 .fine..hhe ly forced upon it*_attemion'. It
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-i v', ..J..nu..J.3d.__ : ". NOTICE Ii berebJ"ciftD to creditors>and per- mHE[ office of'tb* undersignsd >ill ; fa."fse.anfl quality. with tha: ofaHy' The '.Smal 'm,Journal" will be ,"'" '
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