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: March 6, 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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oclc - 02705858
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System ID: UF00054483:00187
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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e g.rMl:: tdrermements must be ;anoennleu for before in- ing the time 'np'to.about- 2 o' loCk ;1 laughs; ,immoderately, every* '..time'he'. A STRANGE l YETr'TRUE .. '. :ant. :heretj 1
b1 a regular cal' me.!' By referring the morning. Without' mating, the seeia, the G1d. .I ;s.thetJ .she .
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" the requisite mm raaybf ascertained. : i occurrence-cornet: young: and beautiful:girl, the ,1 1
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least noise 'ii' ) eleistasce. aM .
term their '
y'efl'ected ,
fthtL. to entrance .to his remewbrauce.t Boston Bee of ,- ,
good character
with the aderdsemerg.marked '' aa3 '
slid uansmitud !by' the back 'door of the house and 1 father' ; t ... _, *' U ace V\.aM: = 1
,' Nelly's was mactwiRWing
with the up bright /
jldrertixtmenu not nufjnaefli'fll prospect, somefew'years age, er.. 'It
rrr required will be continued. until forbid Nelly leading:' the way,. betook them ,an4ahght. beinff obtained by.tWaJdbf while she was.yet bat of sixteen ..'Or' .iM11' b
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selves up the,back: stairs .j inthe dark J : loco match ,the itW.1: a R. :UIij
a foco wboleal became'
udebtrstd for.nTFire ; ) attached.to* ypHDgsailor.boytuhmentir) _he tu
dollar will be charged for,all announcei to Nelly s room, without having .c\1.stur.I explaiaed the 'cirls,who ;afterfrards: of ber.ac BamtaDce which h014et hati ef'x J
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bed the old folks and,without the leastsuspcitri the of which' lathy-hand the* :for \5
ofcandidales for af ce. passed,through': room.. our jrrowrag'into earaestdevotiea resulted "
'toHfce. I IqiOwtHt '
One quare for Six Month : : : $1000Kotice offinding:an intruder. And, .hero now:hadf full, po&lesaio8,' with alight In a matrirmmial l |riyageffleBt. This df tkc s et j
to Debtors and Crrditora.; : ; 10 004pprcton as, they had ari'anged.between them, :in, 'hand,'.gathering. up ,!'theirpersonal : 'circumstance,being made known'to* theparent&of grayer theseason'of wilUirail U m ck.:

; for Letters Administration 5 00 selves, to keep from, the. old folk's'the : clothing as they',passed,through the fair inamorata,',they remonstrated her ckambef with prayer drer *
AH religious notices will be inserted gratui lateness the hour at which ,, to another in' the attic tpirit reroM ..
rrT::: ,they arrived room, !story of first, but finmng ; :remonstrance
'III I ravifforated whit \
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communications home, their conversation while the house.--where. ,; they 'retired, and to be useless
they respired thata '
1A.H: !admissible personal will4tbsrgJ 'She'W, eft all ia the bwdi'eG :
'Ity, 1ertilf'mentl. disrobing( themselves retire, wascar-: -, oonfell asleep.. .. aSperatioa of the}parties .h08t.'OO-er. ThesCreflity'of.herl: : ,i.. tHiWe
rid on in a whisper. The agent's-ear, I Susan Dolbear, of thetwo, girls..having fected. Such however
ltT At bills for Job Printing must be paid on the: .was.theptrengtkof :Jier::countenaace. It', -Iwe.et- '
delivery nithe work. from: long habit and practice, possessed ,played! < ,:the, _most. conspicuous' ,part affection: OB lhrjmrfofrtheloVers<< duty and influeocei: 'nil :her 4ac
{B 0*Address communkations to A.C.G.LLETT. 'nice-propert ies:hearing, ; the,whispering 1 in.this, :aflair. ,,did not wait,for,her breakfast ,that ft Became; ,proper IB'tbdI1lOd;; ; of Praying, 'motVry.- .tbeg ee jii .

Edtor.; pott&!>***. and light tread, upon the floor awoke _but ;madeher, 'escape'mtthe: the parents tout off all communication .twely-- ; 'I I
him from his sleep, and supposing it to house; as soon as .the daylightdawned f between the:devoted.'couple, IRt:finally Copy'1 f1 JfvidbjZl iUlj *

k.E LITTLE LONGINGS.I be occasioned. by robbers, he listened to butNellyconsciois of her, innocence_ ; to shut up,tBefair one <,By:diaToC detetmined -' 'ttdi., ;*' "F iof ,E. '

I ..i"b : had. little wife.J the conversation, holding his breath lest I boldly met our, hero;?.face' 'to.>facfy$$ ,perseverance :howerer;;:an'esiapewas .Gilct, $argcoii, p.ri.h-elerkaa
And It..MfI! A IUlk land, ,he should give m notice: 'of his being the',bieakfast 'table,"Where"she .learaed effected,)and\the<'young'lady master. ,, reform* ;k4ees aa
r. Id have. little hrnzar upon, it, awake. The girls "themselves were" a, of the, narrow,escape' ,she had,_made,. of eJopecr, auumedthegu'of a sailor that, be draws teeth witJ.eat,
little rand,
1'lw"nt.t Anti r.1 little n dmtjhtrr{ ,i mlLik little alarmed at the lateness of the hour, ; being shot for,,a robber Our hero,from boy,h_ rselr,.'and shipped 'board the moment-blisters, OB,the.lowest,

:i ,'wiiw .little!,. on. and being extremely anxious that: _it the.conviction. .that.a, ,pistol.was not a same vessel with her' Le nder, in the and fysicks a penny peaee. l
. And whrn IM a litiltimo' spare should be kept from Nelly's parents, fit instrument,to,be used inthe: dark ina capacity of 'cabin 'bojr. Having er. Godfather's Cordel, cuts cores, &

' ff.'e IM have little (un. their conv.rsationyaa wholly upon the country inn, has laid it'aside, with,'a formed,one voyage, she 1 landed x i in,New ;dertakcs! keep any bodies lads :

,. best method concealing it from them, resolution.that he will never again carry York,:In.company) with .het.',Ipver, 'andpreparations ,year,'or: so on. Yung ;Jadees:afed
fc A flUl\ ftlml 1..tIy: with l..k.,little I iil lrn.t.VIl fihr. ; etc.; the agent caught a part of it-and, it, but trust.himself to the mercy of.robbers ,were there 'made fortheir ,tlementbrt their gramraer la

My little pnntry shelves' hnuld shine a part too, excited as was his imagination : (should he ever by chance meet,any: marriage.After a few:days1 residence .the.neatest, manner} also grate c. .

'With little pewter elililtPIII. at the time not a little startling.- which, by theby, ,in the course of.seven in New .York, ,.her lover; ddeuly disappeared ken: ,of their morals,,and' 8DellQ.|' :
'dl, Around my cut the little.ir.l" Susy said to Nelly, ".It is much later or.eight years travelling he has never and-, as, she: could not for a sarme: singing and teaching the.

eta. Should tune tlfir little' iigtvta, than we should have been;" to which yet'done,) and the Providence of God. morne doubt of bis, fidelity, she supposed Boy Cow, lillions and other
S the .little hills should (riakS
med* Amlon Myliltle nanny goats. Nelly replied, "Yes it is, hut we got in he must, have'been. murdered.- fort at,home and 'abroad P f8 ,.

without disturbing any body; so .far, THE RIVAL EDITORS RICH Not',to:be consoled in bereavement, in all its branches.. Sells all

& I'd lounge little after meal, all's right, but we must be quick or we SCENE. after fruitless..endeavors'to gain some stashoiiary wares, blacking 11111 1 ,,

kbick. And take n little f'Rt&P; shall be discovered, and all will go: "V information: l ng,him, she,resumed herrings.and coles, scrubbea r
A New Orleans of the
| And if my little; wifenhouM' scold with The correspondent her'sailor and' trecle and all other
wrong us. agent was now npparel, again shippedas traps,
St. Louis Reveille after the
IM rai little' hrf'f'Zp. alluding to .
"7 | I'd let it sage e It a I'ttle-ilwnIM convinced they were robbers; and i in cnntest the, for the'palm a sailor boy, and performed another of sweetmeats' ;,likewise tatera, ..
It I the dark he he saw before among papers sea ,and other garden stuffs also,(
I take little "horn. as was, nothing President's voyage. ges ;
AIM! n little .."""|'f..I.l go nut and hoe.My him but murder and robbery. He of getting out the Message, During this second v jnge she became hat, ballits,:hey 1, tin ware, ,and, ;
U4rres gives the following capital story, ,
little 1i.-II..r corn. very eatables. Tun ker .
his and sane,
grasped pistol mechanically with another corn
about two rival editors. It is prime. acquainted rover of '
firmly,and cautiously cocking it, he was the and and all hard wares. He_also f are'i
1\t* I .l.. u1l want little. rah, By the'way, ,this'puts me"in'mind ofa .deep, ,, a. strong' feeling ,of attachment flee ia cuirious -. s
his assailants battomy a
for he 1
prepared ; directly growing between,them she
little ,
,11:111.0: a pain good story told of a'former 'expressttstarted : '
(Si.; ..... e.,-ry 'litil* trifle lii.lgis.) felt a hand on the bed.clothes passing to get the result of the grea"Peytona" disclosed her sex,to _him, and 'an.agreement Farthermore"IB particlar,.he has ; J
IB'M.-a: T tln\ up little gain*; along in the direction of his pillow, un and "Fashion" race. It' was entered intO' that on their arrival a large sortment of tripe! shins, '
And then IM unrile! nt $little ills, der which his pantaloons and appears be married. meet ''ollypoPI. and other pickles, \
money that L of the Picayune, started in'port' they would '-
Avoid life little) *nurc-, ,
&c Old
Ki j c.ft .little parndi... were stowed; he held his breath, and down to the "Lake end,'* to await But here again she was doomed to:dis ashoysters, : rags boaglit nelse :

isr-tOill.| And laugh at little nu.... put himself in a position to reduce the, the arrival of the mail boat, and that he appointment. ,Before the ,consummation 'sold here, aqdDoany ware J! .
liability of injuring himself 'dischar have the of the voyage-death.robbed ol new 'laid'eggs every day, by ,
- made to result
These little! loncin( th''n::h, arc vain, ging his pistol, and to ensure its effect of the race by express' to the clty.-! I Her_ partner; and again! she' was thrown get, Giles. ,P. S., I teeches (
and all outlandish &
them tJu
little minds bore .
they ; ,
upon its assailants, supposing t. it upop. the world. With a resolution g'
And when a little nxirtnl gets, While there he met the editor of the B. A bawl on Wensday.Tfu .
(II{ He *ij>hll for little more, was aimed at a vital part; the hand con "Crescent City"-so they mutually resolved which never deserted:her"she.again'returned ,

Despite the little ballad says, tinued to pass around the upper part of to "use up" each other. "Pic.". to her,sea service, and,performed'several Habit* and Ftari of on .

in. Or call it i little nong: the bed but did not seem to hit the particular -, asked the ."Crescent" editor to drink; voyages, we believe one toihe -The Italian 'aecant.or'th : ris
here below,
r"n .nnh.n little '
I 1 day' NMT wants that little' long." pillow. the "Crescent" man did so, and soon East Indies" in'the whole of' this the Emperor.Nicholas to their .- 1
This gave the agent time for I ftec.. returned,the compliment; this friendly time the secret of her sex was undiscovered are not very' favorable to' the i

tion. "Shall I," thought he, "shed interchange was kept up for,some time; by those with whom she asso sion made by him.-

[From the New York True Sun.) blood in protecting this trifle of my em but as it was growingJate at night, and ciated. Her' uniform, kindness to all .Among other statements we

firrl. NARROW ESCAPE OF A YOUNG ployer's,or shall I permit it to be stolen, the bout was expected till morning, and..hftr.:rrimfiness' performJhe.dutie: .t !-oI'hla. overbaun tiag* ,; .
" and bear the brunt of unjust (as they "Pic." proposed to "Crescent," that assigned her, won ocher the good will assassination. .
1 LADY would be) suspicions against myself. they should retire to their rooms and of all with whom she was associated.At i The. Emperor sleeps upona.J: ,

lffJ FACT. This was 'eU-it was noble-for, had take a nap, which proposition was the expiration of her last voyage, mattress 'stuffed with hay, with '

owl A few months since, one of the trav he fired, endless would have been his cheerfully acceded to, "Pic" ,saw his about three weeks:ago,-she arrived in dog and a pair pistols beside, hl

dUng ugents for a large house in this remorse, though the act would have friend to the door-they exchanged, this city, undecided. whether to return The fear of a violent death seems' '

y7 city, whose route brought him into the been legally justifiable. But, imaginehis friendly adieus, and then he went to his to.her parents, orcontinueher roman always present ,to him-and it it., .
small town of New Frankfort, Scott surprise, when he heard a soft sweet own room-made some noise in lockinghis tic wanderings. In this state she came by preserving.the strictest tnctgnta !
voice which not to be offhis boots and shaking : inadvertently to the notice of her first he able take the
county, Indiana, as was his usual, custom appeared more ; door, pulling 1. is to .solitary ; ; f
4put up" at the best inn the town'' than, two feet from him, say, "Sue, I : his bed-jumping upon it two or lover, who, to her surprise, called her' which he has so much: taste. ,

ftflorded. It so happened that on the can't find my night-cap." The truth thiee times,and several other rather sin by .name. In Palermo the charge of his I

afternoon on which the agent arrivedat now flashed upon him. He had been gular demonstrations, all ofwhicb seem The meeting was past description.It .- was confined :to one of the '

the inn, the landlord's daughter, Nelly put in Nelly's bed during her absence, ed rather mysterious, and the,more'so as was,the first time for four years that i agents of the police, who was.8

:i a blooming country lass of seventeen and the night-cap for which she was Mr. Pic, after about a quarter of an she had been., recognized and called by enough to attract:the notice.of. the J
in the dark had been removed and her right He her the incidents he followed him from t
. on the invitation of one of the searching hour, became absolutely thoughtful, name. gave peror t.as' ,
neighbors, Mrs. Dolbear 1 living a couple by her, mother. The pistol dropped quietly pulled on his boots again, thenas of his 'life since his supposed to street, whereupon the u : 1

of miles distant, had gone to a "quilt from his hand as instinctively as it had quietly unlocked his door and left death in New York.! Suffice ,it: to say, rushing upon the unknown,'pistol 1 1I

ing;" and on her leaving home she told been grasped before,'and it appearedthat the house. that ,their mutual. explanations were I hand, said-"Who are you, what '

her parents that if she was not at home there was a bit of fun for"him, instead He wandered ,.down to the wharf, satisfactory. The result,of,the,:matter I.you, want." "I am ,agent of the j

by 11 o'clock that night, she would stay of robbery.and murder, after his looked out upon the lake, muttered some is'a renewal, of former friendship, and lice" exposing at the same time"

with her friend Susey Dolbear until the hard day's travel. So, with as little poetry about, the silvery ,waters," and the parties'are: to be married:next week.! uniform, concealed under a cloak, '

next morning. Accordingly, as the noise as possible, he drew himself_ toward seeing a ,large steamboat boiler' lying The lady is at present'20 years of age, am ordered to'watch'over;your.( t

hour was passed, Nelly's parents con that part of the bed usually denominated there,:he carefully coiled himself.up beside and,although she baa lost something i of ,"Go to the d- 1," rejo uned',the I

cluded that she would stay all night the "back side," where he it, and determined to, keep a'sharp her former delicate, beauty: ,after four ,p' iaJya1d r,.. "I can"protect:.,

jrith her friend Susey, as she had pro lay quietly awaiting the result. Susywas look out for the expected OO t"'Vh t years' hardship, and exposure to almost hence;'or' I'll' shoot you ; and' t ne, f ,

mised. So,without any hesitation, the soon disrobed and ,ready for bed ; followed is obscure. The first thing every, clime, is described: ,I.as being rifled i :agent :was' ,not slow' to 7 obey :

agent was in possession of Nelly'sroom but in getting in she nccidentally put that.roused "Pic" from his sleep, (for very prepossessing, and retaining allher Imperialandllte from one wfeo
put ,former ardor and affection towards Nicholas is of 'mien and 'R1l
LIl (her bed included) which adjoin her hand upon the ogentYhead. 'Why asleep he had fallen;) ,was the booming l
", "there's the for,whom she forsook father force to nuke such words terrible.Parental .
ed that occupied by th'e.old folks( and I Nelly she exclaimed, some" ot-the'fteamboat bell, as she neared the person !

he, after !looking in vain for some'l instrument body in' the bed; as sure.as-I'm ,alive. wharf. He 'started, rubbed his eyes ,mother, and home. 2*
1 this ': We understand his {he,intention of Example.-Though e ;
to fasten the door Our hero (for such he, .ought .by and half rose up-(it was daylight,
himself undressed! time to be called) was almost convulsed when suddenly, from,the other aide of, the couple, after the". matrimonial ,knot example-may_sometimes' 'fail, tn re ,
taking care, however, to plaice Sis is tied return"to her who few"so as to"receive.'fib' t
$1 ail the with laughter. "It's ,only little the, boiler, ahead, popped up!-both to parents, wayward
(about $300 ) whith t>e .
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money cut from influence. Children
of her whereabouts its
"she with i '' areas$ignorant t
&acL Jrclonfrin? to his emnlover. in the replied Nelly. always.. /. sleeps i *> j started. "Hallow, -! cried- "Pic"-.. "how-. --. '__J L.___ _=___ M__..m:___ w>.**a...fc_ snmft" tnffc. are1.. 'nn .);..ftf'"f ..A _.ttIPa 11Ift ft.:.
This answer satisnea voue, ana been hereniM /..': '" anu uaVII.uI ucc many pen*out*:,suua, : .MJSV iIj -ii
jpocket his I me. Jong have .Il.ll' ; J
of and tbea : ; ,
\inderhis. pillow pantaloons for safety and put altO,as\\ Nelly, without the least fear. got into' !* replied you his "Crescent", friend (her;home'suicide.TAt sunposed., that. she ,has,,com. ? point.. They De'Hriknown.observe, things, 'and that'receive are I flJ.upposedtd jj c I
V. protection against robbers, he put a bed too. The two girls wer soon.snug"ly "Why,-,damn it, I.thoughtyou, went to, .. '. -. 'impi Mion i ,of'wJJieti tfrwrparipB'are{ ,., r

, 'loaded "r vnl"pr_" readv canned for I r'\, "ensconced"- under- the .quilt JB ..which**9 bed."' "So.: : I did, ,. ,but ;got upagaihquick _- ,_-- c. ._- ...... -. 'S .' .nsni>iLiai! _, 7fr...."...,.... ..,A_....... I1 I
p < ,'.litt1 Sis" on the ''. *' in chamber. All it:quiet"and retired.
arrangements completed with the (' s they: :supposed) h-11" exclaimed "Pie. 1\was out! her: -I cbildrea will find pleader "
were soon
strongest auuirance safety he retired, ha.k' side,ttasy Dolbear in the middle, .ten.minutes te.ter.IJ:bid.you goO1./night tl ,There is'.no.eye'to wUnets her deep em, *: \their own Mtuleace alai ill nature. J I

jittle dreaming that he would be'disturbed and\ Nelly on the front side, but, in and have. been shivering here ever_tinceP- oUons, bu| ,that otCWIf: no: art ,hear ihe1iciacf'Jook"I' .e.derentI.i efparents F.
] tikenin' "- hat that of,the
eeriest : '
'. "Crescent1'"so pleadings -
trutl"JittleSis"havingbeen "So have If9 said the her !
that 1 be ioo often chad ;fer
night. ,
to bed,.with: her pa. and ma, as Nelly le't.Oi: ke- a.drink till, the boat rounds : Almighty. :Aeet.sndnasciMsoTem.nity'pervde frowns .and bitted invectives r
I The,quilting party, at which Nelly i, ''' walked her'sonl.. .She feels that gloomy :
J was L bsent ii i in.? .. They# i into.: ,a::barroom, : the former will, produee.but a feeble
4's a.guest, did not break up until cou- affectionate- and hftvincr nuietlv, 'mixed, :.: their...liauors., ., ., :she is about to.e&D DUfl6WIthft Beingjwho __:1 &__:'_:_!_ .& d__ _;LU_ ..,.1.. __.._ o a I.
SusV :Dolbear was as -"'""! ------o -:--- :::-- -c' ;:--" .T ana transient mnuence wnueof .
cci :
Biaerably past midnight, when some swallowing it .'whenWfh-i-r--' i JM.ldi.ber J }4! *iI)1.iBjhjs,haads'butP9" : a !
what as\nd.ana can,boast ,of,.and as a were just ; ri the latter may be permaReat'afla#
to her she found girl andmigtiif
disappointment, the flew Vrfco nptwithstaading'-bis r I'
assertion we have the(aci. r.h.i.z.z-.pufl'--puft: car : vincible.' '>It"?! '" ;
fnany young ladies, who had come a proof ofthis\-5ould' by them, ,on,its.way to,.thVcity i ,,and/tfae: ', encouraged, her.to come, and:will, : .1 I
much greater distance than she had, that,,she, notgo iittlSis to sleep kJ8S-r, ,two "exprcst ...umger.y re Jeft ,behind -: condescend and evendeliglitto( listen to Q..'What is .an eccentric,alert "A j;
find who, owingr to the lateneuDC the having 6rt\4 iven this< plea.surable -' to await.tho regular.tntin.flj hpur ''her prayer. She, :bows ,her knee:before To fish for, _hJi ir wsJ es. '

hour, were desirous of staying at Mrs 80 he turL \\ed oveto she:pe form her Jl. LJiP'' alter, !, When theddarreitissaid! thini.:aridJiftsh: :ii plonBg! ;eyes Q. ;If'Hi D
Dolbear's till ,morning. Nelly, with act,\ ,when put 'huge, .thersttIglkaL; greeted"their ears at to, heaven.. ,Oh: ,"rAllowed 'mpment! Itfc I :force requiedhow losg wiN be have acIrnataBtireai I
true nobleness of heart, forebore to press: ono_ :, lhero\ face, and ,her .'thedepoti.jvas; a,news"boy, .who oner' *,: 'interesti0,':sight 1 I. ,Listen tojhelanguage A. As< ,tag s*..:Be&tt !:

her claim to her young friend's hospi ,whiskers"..sheWUt1ftdOaW5TCof, i: han ittakc to ,ed tosell them.an.. ., ,Em.. .- ofihe5ropic -' of her heart ;FM what does JI" i1 ,f .. 4 -.. :
tality for the night, lest some of thosefc'bo mistake. In'1.. it>9 ** W bedclothes 7 ,with'the news o.ftbe'Gr. M'. .aceprhicKaben 'sfierpTead? irister lierdear'ehildreBi-
lived farther off should have to go tell orh; she \ ':hercd,up the o i8_.d 'l. aiei'ki :What oes:"he aric for;them7: Not the ..,AlialL--.An "eavtcms' ttcI/t ii i&I :

,""me. So. she arranged with Susey, and with: an ffo.t almost rthlof:!UpcT'UTkfl herO01screamintr ,' **,Pic"'inan.ma.l. .':a., 'k t.J'"!if. .,riches, ,! ;e&rthorrqudii ,the pkftdks'of.su r- too:',ru Ito, 'gie1.uke :Mi "".
w ltO kitotL\1t0. : ; admirer* aor ,the, exteraaliJ too,sIll.ta receive Always."rirtJ y '
was one of her most intimate she sprang,i iandvthe upr C4y"i : nan g' ; : .-' :
friends, that sue should go home with, ,,"it's"a\Pait 8.9,manNcllyl" u boy, e8fI. 1 j 9Pa; den_.. h.' ,(f n'o 1 1f _, 4*t..lri..H. &b.ut of youth,;,,; :...ii\f-. .. .'-:.tlaj.4 .t ,: .th.., '!!'w .", ;,,

herfor company, arid 'that she ..should Ne'ly' 1)(co' ,.patalcIn.ocY4 atbes j "I acab,and rwere..see",11O.lDOr"- tha4ayTPciai1tirtid : 'T ese'are:'in; efttiaaatioB, of rltiUtyM&JHM *II ; Mft-i.. ,iHIe tL la i ,. 'e". ",' t,
S ; dtjfl her ( i i'fpIlQYtJl ':r.-'I7 'dt 4ttfras s"lifher >ij I i ::r.. ; fa i i.ma1i
stay at Nelly's all night. Under this alarm, ,rush Jeavl gqu'J ...Ior... .ta..,.. ..'Ni,,rth4ii ; : ." .' !
arrangement they ,started in the .4Irec.lloa !:ocra y,SUI \ et''' in1tke, "Ce .\ y- : *d.&ri ftMMhfi.prole: .e.. M -.. M .. iM i
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fits'of ,iaugtteni5r0hoJiasuut2ecverecI ; ::God. With' :what a 1X I =m ; B r 'n. '. '. .... ".' -'
of reachr ,1
home which, IB perfect: .. < '
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4' cd afar a walk of about/an: .hour, wing' ..i : .. to:'. : ,,' ; : ,"','.' a, 0.' : ')< -' -< > .' : .""j...' .0 _- .:it' .-, ( :. .1': '. ;f

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i I! : : ; 1_W ::N Jl W S' : I-CEX8U8 OF .LACHVA C6VZT.V, .[.mpaadftllC'e,. of ibe Cbsriestoo Gnanrr.)| .* -ment and licofilfrjphich was prod cecl,' shall l oe iMopnd, tWftie. basis.of'the a Itr* *
. p _'_ ____ : 4tI_: V By the cen* rjTa* latto lal*7 a_|and r- : W331flGTN, Ptb:p; sselMEDlfrreiideDt PolkV: -. vaeem.dutlealt. ifVa
.ftIC 1 LLJ J CU'G.rle. reported to th SnllJ ultimately, tgfvdjthef the oficr of arbitration.trliAe ,. ;from'all ASwftfcwiBients" ; and ent
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:t t. .. ; > .. ,.. ", appears 9 ihat eJPaI botite thl termination of the TO Convention T -:. notice woulcTbe a_ prelude to _ai tie bitMeJr- \th*: ffefatwfl-gifen nfa, I

i r:; _.. itants at that time in th'county of Alachua of 1827, but .with a qualification : gotiation and compromise,and the jane- !JJ1"M :e. Sit&*>tt,* .or.Jip&Mi[ ,tfr, **
1866. Of these.there and favorableTh 'iif, tlfdlr?* kbe jaiinient oft
r..f ; ,-' was were recommending compromise negoti tore was exceedingly ,1
!r .' :;. ..f"tr. -.rrt ,. 4to White males-over 21, 268 ation. Both -Hem: sea r are disposed to The relations between the two counr Oregon..quctioa. of 4 the TarI9qoettio'M -, 't.a
', h ": give the..notice bat to for ofhe harmonious descpton o't MexjaaV : it eiitit l S "
.I 'f ...I, _. .____-__ -- ". jinderSl332: O a compromise tries being most 1 !
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tr f! r '. JL JTI.eRIBA.Tin ., on the 49th'fle .an r,n VID', : V. irKul"atf. **'/ t1flUi5hb23V a f rsmirajlcm ose of "
1Thi eFmaIes-Ter11. *& :i2i6f! ( Vesid i1ttlttdiolrotYa J 1- .I .. Senator the moit fortunate .tbat. we- .have ;
pi ;;; : ,Weyteri1ay I a. ip.whiet; : B. comlimenfedjhc :* .ner beplc
i uaderl- ..-99. GreatiSritainr:' *"e-- ,"_ *** *" '. .- ie a1nhrqm.il' -. had. ; .
: fcaaBO.be seen at the.store'of Messr I. < b r ; ; '., "LO r r nna, Iff' ? / re
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= 't -, .1 1 l. ;:T.A ::S1ai" maJ i ,;: / Ss' r question is whether Great'Britain With wfiich He had usf Ir1.tbe. on pri-
= ; :.! fEoiAE3& Ce. that ty ,0
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i !. a\- ..., : 'V. females', .". ) :J 372" will!accede io 'this,: and fyjfer'ii.r l American jitletovpregpn, V ., ,ate Caleudato1ay.- .-, ,,-A.-
: three miles f from this .; The ; VV
0.'u. Ailt next b3SVtbC
1 0 V .i. packet dallj 'exjectedtmay Mrrprcklrison o New -fprTf, LfATESTJFOREIGN''EW
: 'j ;**-t--- oa .the. iantatioB 31 ; ,F. .colored .rnales, .- <, *;.*>: ,.A: Settle It. .r V. '-r--* ', */ : ,
.. :; : 0( ; A G.: V7 : fi"oot fQ I 51.: Q xf.. ;' / (Friwi Wi11 r Jk naV* Eu.a.Time.Fek 41 P
t .; .,1A3EIuPs; Beat-this .who can. r* *, .' ,f- -*% "..' *:fema e.z.a v.-i-.u.iw; : felFromlhelretnrnVoY'tarable In the.Senate-Mr. *Hahrie ani.'made I.V The CqmnJtte 9n.:aleagc PRr.ts a The steam ship Cambria, commanded naeh

.t. : _..1.\,v "' "._. _-._-y .' .s I V V property" a personal. explan8ti 1t-' dajfi'm; reply :}-pp1 IArb Jt' ''revilnting, tIU ,,inile.eo't&aiop by our excellent and esteemed friend
; t C" CiE.L"I' :r pLtIL: RavE- made'at,tEe ame'time,.itv c appean'thai to some remarks' Mrl Colquitt; Y st i-: I q .J vMcl. :bX son con.tr C41ptaih"1 dkins takes oat' to day the hi t!
I.: '.,44iVrJMt and resolution* rtfattzx y loa ''tberewere* iq i ":: r" V, >V *"':" day mado.jlJrenrdft9, -i \(Mr: ;"H' :r ioti V or t e?'exl Jio 1awhasVben, ,most i important apd gratifying ,intelli.eerice : fIr

: --4..; daze 1k ;ithtml, route from Talla-, ; 2 -! .thiscounty; t bourse on"theTe>as question: 'Mfy H.' 'greater :Lilian altywanco made) to .the that.everJeft, the shores of Great cu

LcII .- !tJack601lrill t' .tmd, Garey'4 i "Of(1st)rate.land, *.' -.20 1,69 acres stated tha:'he waar'briginaiily'in (t'vor'of ,members. ,of the House. j]'bM is to say, Britain., ,.Sir Robert Peel-England'. 'gt
'. ;. ica FCT5ilIZdtOinCreaethz speed thereof '#ndate, .- ;.J4.6013d the Annexation' f Tcki,;brif fi r
-t;' t Jr .alto to, establish 'a mail:,route, fiom i :Vale;. ,'\ /M 'i 57,729. ', .JI. discovered'a disposition'on 'the'prfrfof i hagkEh'a,'different, construction, to the !! his .future commercial policy. pr

:. .' .t..tBlovn?& Ferry, oluzibia,- to Kirk' I. > Slavesv ..d" .: 758i"Improved the South'to break:their'faith' ,:which r law;. froniduit. which j ,the,Mileage Coin- It is at'once simple' nd* tfc

.. 1M .,;.latds9 vt.,Jfossau countl,,conjoining .tpwp 'jots,* ": ,!' $4-,050invaK they had pledged nt-tbe<imOr Cokv' ::mit tee ,of the House has adopted. and under its operation eOireheoSie' &1
:' "1 t .cj*&the ljne from.t.Mary's,Georgia j ,Unimprovedt& .465f', -.-1 Tention, and" : 'Oregon; he ,tietcnniJied ',. The House,spent the lemainde of itssfttin commodities between-d ( Stii

__ ->/o Jackson title: fr :Vattleofe4czUaoTer "V .' if :nprtd-rote' ,for j 'Annexation V 'ippn the, ,Indfan.appropriation gland), and the 1 United States will be '
; ? .\ VVnEBEAs,:Muchinconvenience-is ex. .JpO,head, 3650 iri.No: of Texas; and did not vote on the'qu s bill', Whciva finally! P V carried to an extent,and will be mato ,

t 'penenc.ed by the Government_ and citi-'. ,Cattle ofnoq residents, .28 tion' at all. -31 rl H.'had,;he said,'stated' .i .' _V ?,,Feb.t.JVUsnixGtb '20.T& ally productiveof advantages greater, ,
; ': i 'zeus of Florida; in consequence of the Money loaned at.interest" V$3375 'at'llie'time.tb; 5fr., Sevier nnd."M r. Atchison <5; Senate was noiin sessionXonlay, to quote. not irreverently tle1"(rd* of Vi

':tardiness inconvenience of comnmnicationwith Merchants. stock,in trade., 16900: that he should not-'vote r Tex .' its, tnembers being engaged principallyin the s:1crcd'oJume- "than the eye bath
:: -'', tbe various counties in the Tavernsand innkeepers in town, 2 'becaue'therSouih asahI for:Texas Committee business. yet seen, or the heart hath -cryiceived." tap;

: ; ;. ,' 'Eastern part of this Slate jJnd inhere V Carriages ap
:. fMS, it is of the utmost importance to the'I co.mes-in amount, $1200 Mr. Evans, submitted 'resolution. andafter I'e.unimportant,preliminary.busTness sense of their,importance, the principles
,It .commercial interest to be in, possession Doctors incomes, u 2200, calling for the correspondence with Foreign the, Bill iu ,relation to the miIeage I of free-trade-repudiates alf protectionfor .

.. of tbe earliest intelligence from the'great 'THE FOCEIGX' wJ. Governments, relative to 'the'making ". .! :>f 'Senators, ,was taken >.up,and : commeice, manufacture?, and agrKI

4 ';- : mart of commerce at the North and I' Events crowd, thickly i and. fast, upon 'of a Ship' Canal across the V Isthmus. passed. The, efiect of ..this ,Bill,,ii to I culture; admits corn ,duty free at the tiK

V .- East. Jlnd vhereas, a change. 'in the ,/us.. It is,but: .:"ery recently ,that we re-. Panama. prevent $en3tor J jiereafter from,..charg-j end of three years, with a scale, in the
.: mail \vith I increase Mr. Martin, ofOhiofr5m', the Committee -- interim te
route, an of speed, ing mileage upon constructive journeys t which "villprobably oscillate
the.dissolution of tbe cabinet of '
S r j- would tend much to the enhancing of the ..." on Mileage! reported a Bill Yes-' to their homes, and. back, again i to the j between four and ,shillings! per quart Hid
prosperity of, this State, and as it is:belie Sir ROBERT, PEEL.. This' was followed tricting'the mileage of members, arid Capitol, between twelve o'clock at I I ter, and at once admits Indian corn and

.'* *ed, would add to'the Post Office rev1 by the inability Lord JOH.X' RUSSELL', stated that in connexion with another night, on.the,3 J,of March,. and twelve : buckwheat free of all duty whatever. je

'* : cnne. Therefore, to form a ministry, and the immediate Bill, which he should report, in regard .o'clock, diurnal meridian, on the 4th of: Ta the detii's ofthis great measure

;: 1 Be 4 resolved by the Senate and House reriastahnent. of .Sir. ROBERT PEEL in I to*the mileage Senators, would save' ,.March.- >. V i we earnestly entreat the attention o(
4 Representatives s of the State of Florida : r two hundred arid fifty thousand dollars The,other Bill, is general in its nn-! our commercial r :ders. We beg to Alp
.; t: \ in General Assembly convened, That our power. rWe are now enabled to lay before ''rl to'the Treasury during:the term of the tare, and restricts the allowance, for ,' refer them to Cue speech itself and to our

Senators and Representative inCongress, I' 'our readers the policy \\"bich'this present administration. The members mileage in regardjto both !Houses and :I remarks upon.it. Great Britain,. at the

r. '. be, and are hereby requested to place latter minister has adopted,. and the I stood ears, erect the moment,that this it will come up for consideration, the 1 j I present moment, is in ablaze;they hare

Ir. 'this object before Congress, ond the measures upon which he has resolvedto subject of mileage was mentioned, year 1848, at the Presidential election, i' set their hearts upon securing the geat
:; Post Offic *Department, and use the : existence. which, to them, is a vital l question. It for I do not believe. that the House will fiscal scheme for tbe regeneration of (
stake his political They ,
,:: best exertion to have the mail' transpor7 was immediately; proposed to commit take it up. '. !, the country which: the premier has tlitlbcorcPalismcntlnd Clfli
7 : mark an epoch in the history, of political it to the Committee of thc Whole bri 1 1fromjingland (
*! ted ttvice week in a Ditect route from 'During the sitting to-day,, the news V they de*ic to cur-
:*, ; 'Tallahassee, via. Monticello, Madison science. They are based upon the the state, of the Union. ,Mr, Martin, V by the Cambria, 'was j!I I tsillhe period fixed forth* total cxtinc- IT

*. *' Conrt House, Columbus, Mineral t principle of free rade. They call for a protested against this premature assassination -' principal l subject among. the members. J tion of the'cbrnknvs.! The friends of IFjpl,
'*. Spring, Alligatorand Barber's, to corresponding liberality and a reciprocity and burial obis Landing. He in private'cQnvcr tio 1. *t !j, peace aidrogresszonon tlii.,.:.;e of the
:: *:, soD vii!Ie, 'branching the ,aid Jack.1 I ,said that if it.Vent into the Committee In fact, .1 may say, that ,the day was water 'hope_earnestly and sincerely lie
pf favor from,those nations who V i
:: 'running it from Alligator, t\\ce.a *. "".** %* f i .* 'are. : of the Whole, he should consider'it its chiefly 'und usefully devoted, .to a perusal -:* hope-rtbat the new policy .will! bind

I.' ,bt Gare 's FeTry, via. xewnanS benefited by the course which the.Eng- consigned to the tombofthcCapuletsp. of, and ,com in en ts upon;the late in- j: America to' us by the ties, of amity, brotherhood IKi

.4 1 I1lio,110 have a'mail route esfnbl[ lish have resolved to take. The' various i j'n .. of all,such projects/! reform. telligence, from England., The general 1 V I and Interest_ an4 ,that the mi&erable -

:. 't from Blount's, Ferry, in Columbia ille.1 measures proposed by the British ,Premier The)yeas,and.nays: were taken,' and V eflect'of the inieifigc ,upon the m'cm.1! squabbling about a !barren waste PI

:. '\ :tyi; Tia. Moniac and Tracey's, to arc particularly advantageous' to large, majority of.ihq House acted as bers, ,was to pro"ducea: still. ,more con- will give'way to more.liberal, ;civilized, tcH
; .:-.Jand's, thus conjoining the now regular pall-bearers at.the funeral of this unfortunate -, ili tq.ry're.1iog'orfthe Oregon.question.The 'and comprehensive Tie" .', '*
: %/ mail ron'e from.St.Mary's.. Georgia, to 1. the United .States! vand seem to, have .Bill, and -ven the, mourners at h pe,o'ilo.early adjustrnent.oC,the : Theinjfhi:te effects oldie new tariff .

Jacksonville, Florida. been ,contemplated with the view of the,head of whom were the,Committee I matter., IS. eacoarajjecl V by these. advice on tb f most prominent Articles of I
: ?, Bent, further Jl&olveJ, That a copy uniting the,two great commercial pow.. Mileage, seemed, ,to, be .remarkably V i '. V I I I American exports we have noticed else ITC(

.A ."K< ?f ibis preamble and resolution: duly ers of thc globe, in indissoluble' bonds joyous on this occasionthus verifying, The Message of the Pf sident,i transmitting ,,, where. Altogether subject in its ItCSi
v, ,.. certified be ,forwarded to each of our of and interest.., an oil remark, that the most smiling t ti all the correspondence and information !*: various phases, is 'the cost important Sih
I' : :.gT said, Senators and Representative in amity i faces were, to be found in mourning in relation the Mexican indemnity --|: that evercrossetHhe-'Atrantic since the

{f'* Congress, and to tbe Post Master Gen- The course which the British..Minister coaches. i is 'ver}* vpluriiinous and so : introduction of ocean navigation: ; and (tlIe

.. _.,e' tal" lies marked out, admits the grain. The House went into Committee of far as 1 can learn, 'very 'unsattsfa'ctof1the I I all that is now wanting is fur the goternment -

:. j.t Above we give In full, the 'prenmbf3" beef pork,and- the other.agricultural the Whole'on the state of the Union, whole ,subject, notwithsiandtn" : ? I l and people of the United States .
productions of the United States duty and resumed the! Bill making appropriations 54 letters of explanation, being still I I to'meet us In a kindred spirit, and
and resolutions 1 in regard to a change ,
i ii for the support of the .Indian.De- in a cloud. It appearstk t, Mr. \?oss' in the true spirit.of commerce and 01
i i: .'in the mail route_ as parsed by the late j free, or.at very ,reduced rates. There, partmcnt'the;: payment oi Indian annuities authority, as agent of ihe'United States, !':: frieqdsbip, f'(pet the.past, and ran a

0 General, Assembly.Ve understand is hardly! doubt.butthat! ho will succeed I and fulfilment of treaty stipnla-* linsbeeh'revoked by M,: Slide!! j t:'generous race' of mutual happiccs-t andIVptospaHt

:.i :that .they have,given great disgatisfac- ,.altho'tgh'he. : will, encounter, the opposition tions for the f year ending 30th .June; It' ivtis,tic! ,ppmjon last night; i t parpoliticians I $. for the. future.. V. '
-, ikm'to'the citizens :of Alachua county ,. of the'entire l landed- interest.. 1817.Mn V V V )jss : Jpressed 'la co vzd-, /.n:1t.l es .preliminary Veassrlis'are:
- ; Culver, of K>Y.moved to amend Lion, that he' intelligence woyld r .be unjmppriant I keeping'ii3r from'tEe"object at which '
?'.a1nd.Uf Black Creek,indtb t oar ep..l But. the day hiiirrived.wbcn. ibe. ,pros I | v
., l < Jlr1tY.of > I
Bij by adding provision that no : f : desire arrfve
II lw J -' : part of by |jie steamer. n:1.d't that ,the to -to point out'to ocr. reads .
reifintativC%'. Ir..,..FEII, : ;PEZ, has incur.red -+ ,the feVs.mad ..tOVyieldtoVthe.prosperity : this 'appropriation' 'should be paid for Qucen"SpeeCh, ivo'VV: 1 Ij. -not- .c.\.e9'- noticeAmerican ..ers the, most striking features, m. the
.. their, especial jdispleusure! having | of the many, and, ,the starving fuO'itive'81aves V .V s -w t. *,: : : the fiscal the I
,: ', ; iafiaifg, inasmucji_ as it.zs.. .the 'pltn'or .. ,I. regcrieraiion of
.\ favored their, pas 1ge. \Vecannot 'sec ,thousands of the empire appeal in V 'i.lr. CulverandMr.'Gid'dings: of ,1 policy ,of European powers: ,to. keep thiscountry I country, which
.z'i :'; ny,thing in 'th"c( 'resolutions themselves' 'ton s'ivliicn 1 crinnbt but' 6e heard, for' Ohio, took occasion to 'make very inflammatory '' arid its afl&ics H}' .ttp ,back *lipur's speecli"introduced, to the House
'T speeches on the subject i, denouncing ground and not give. too poinmons in In that r
bread anti human'rightsA .m.ueu iaipor-|V pa the5th st.
; oti
caus great step
)r 'to- 'gH.tfnnr.. just. Jo: a feeling. ; J i : 7 P.- ' Vlihis; "kindWe caunot see .bow -the is thus_ taken. in the. .advancement. of should' Bill
: a acknowledg
.( ; ; J support. ,ted States a.1 leading power..Ihthewprldj : the.$ ciL1clitiQn9f the country, and
j. 1. member for Jacksonville,' the comraer-r popular power. Shall it ,be said that ing slaves'as'property.- \ fe but,'it seems, ,that.American affairs forf announced. V the.rtductio'n. ,of duty on a
: i cial depot of East 'Florida] should be the United States,* thebuhvnrk of pbliticariibcrt They were replied to by'Mr.; Wick, ced themsetves! upon public:- attention ,"number. of articjes wych"press upon the

blamed for a'measure which< is(to'benej :! behind: 'hand V:in the'liberal of Indiana, and Mr. Sawyer, ,of* Ohio V ., i ia in. .abrad- ".' .,"'V ,V. 'V 1 ; V -., I commercial and agricultural Interests
-' Eritish proper mauner.V V Wr5iNGTON, f b., 1. He j impressed Upon, the m3nut ;tu rs
; the '
r :fit not only be .place he represented, course projiosecfly ,govern Tiie.objcct of these abolition members THe Senate cjjdnbtsit ,to-day. the necessity pf preparing! .for the advent

:! ..'tut, .East'Florida. in general.. If the in- ment.. We feelcon.fident.thattle doctrines .it.was alleged, was to make capi : The, news.'by)the. Caytbria., is the universal ?f1cetiade1y'; !: giving.up'whatever limited -
'z ..habilants Alachua and Black Creek, ,,of free trade'will now'have full tal for, the Stateelections next.autumn' r! topic; of ,conversation heie," and V ,amount of'protection they now enjoy -

:* '. -who,feel themselves so much aggrieved, sway,;in a land' where the,'people. wield, in Ohio: and New York. .. al|! setrra to, .consider that the. Oregon' from foreign competition, in. the,
V 'i' i Mr. Culver's, motion'was ]lost, only ,is about
be .
"' jstipremc question to, fettled J It is shajpep/prohibitory tean1 the4utiess -
"had acted in'a propemancrnreir& power. ,
t" .i 4'f some half dozen members .voting for it. tb'e. tliat
bpiijlfon Pqkenham, will his
w' t 31rf beobliged : imposed he announced intention
II. l'tothernatter ,their_ Bepresentativesj to, :'flie! 1ienevs, now :.the.question. ..- 'I\V AS1 JSGTO Feb.j 19. /
t V ,
J&c V f i < f 4of ;)tp resign, or will be .recalled. of. reducing to a jin'inzi} amount.
'V f,,the Legislatnra.,would have been pre*. ',warf atrest.. ...Th .Qucens.address,' Iri"the Senate tordayyn.:?' inesslg -was 'pfter: lj.e.rebuke'which' t, .. ,.lie'has, rcc'etved, .{ But ,tins.appeal. to the. manufacturers is"useless

.t? jentdtthe passage of the, resolutions,: nd th e'remarks;of Sir'RpBEBT PEEL in received from, the4 President, :transmitting : jtrprn Sir Robert Peel,: for 'hainPjecVicdtLeoller : tliej: tare .1 lcg.smce.'&:tibTihyrepu4iatedt

".f. And not. left j it,to an indignation nec- the.House of.. Comhons'iog,. .. .ihitl'with all the information in theState.De-. ofpurcgovermnent. ;without, :' benefits'of all;protecting
.. 1 the" ih' 'I! partment, on the subject of the three first even.-su mrtting it!to the 'British, Gpvenmept. -"V duties t ;have declated l that thev see.VTorfno ]
:iDg to. testify. disapprobation.,. .T. ,'. general' '. .. i English.,pri.Qts. instalments of.the Mexican indemnity. V *. l.. 'aid
free for" the
beyond exer_ ?
.j I-: :" .01 Yes,,we ask why tha three members Iow'beyopd.a,doubt- that thLe.. disputed V f. Mr... ,'-Dix- 'concluded. his, historical' ,"'Ihath. 'oiSer of the 49th+ parallei j, pr I"V else j of their\ talents in scope"the. ,open market*

': I ."(roinE ztFloridvhose \Totes, might point will shortly ibe V settled'in a peaceful view of the Oregon title;'from ':which he someimiIar", ;offer will' ,"be. .made, there. Vol.: .the'wo.rldj and have often said.i in.snbr.

,. r hlV 1 reprpscnti'd tHe! wishes of these V manner.' There is every probability; .j inferred' :that our title was"good' to'.the Is. )1 .tI:,;, tqu t".1\.Ir.. ;, ?olk, though, hie;,' stance: ,to the agriculturist,udo thbii like

l. ",:a M' t, gentlemen, were,not present; that 'the:government ',of ',Great >, I tiD'. whole dfOregbri. JHe-Denied :thensov- ,!1Y:not enter, Qto.n ,treaty" ;,.at,OflCC, 'wise.1* The; timberVdutiesae1obider; )
\ I"" -' reign rightsof: all others V iqLttie'Ore'gon -' upon .that ,o r.V.1U, ,no doubt,eoc- .goa; revision, but into the. dalorhd t
We will accedpppo4ops agreeable to .
,f ..t.:"it.ttie... ". sittingpfthe: ; Legislature., ; 'fterritoryi j iinl( '
.a., tsk'.whyjthcywerenot: present'' at the f he.American. ,.people!.and. ,.the stimulus proposition. to give 'ihe'noricer"'was a, .;, ,'.. Vbebope4 .(O:another'day.: : :: V tl

passing f'nhe-bovc' :r resolutions; as' to commerceinhd:the.prosperity" .sed i step towards*"our' 'assertion* ot para-% r ; o: : that .thebVm3'e ftrC t l1f '.Ioy the 'reductions- : Qn'1iT ql\.P l

t '(.wll as at the jjassmg the'Bilh.which'to ; .by.the reciprocairndbptioii i-of the'priiici: i-'i I hiouht, rijthis- ;)bver'the j tefritory. !Hq i \ 9 as, the QUeenseCk.s1e : t per- Y-hangin; V s' oa-. -soap* t 4'zr4ts, paboots .

$$ Iac" ) ,a feyef&arto! East .tites7 affr&idtvill ihiiI'the iwo' \)l '.:did,iot'think,.hbweyery'that: itr would-, '. un$ :to. iuiimate, ,'1ran early :dJust- arid shoes, ouibr r&n ppitP4
to $. .given, ,. : f' -'. *, V" : 't ; i il9&s 'leadtbnwar, 'either; immediately"' of the .question 't IS caezi/iaL I clover I and other seeds, 0a provisions, .
: j'J idl1..liD 1h M* J1po.ttlo l11ent9, ,t he, : ll.L t.l t p 71Ci5 tt ') beIaetl : 'hereafter. b 'lJi.f 'shbald'fak'e'place. find that l ;there is a strong party; iPpos-'d' '(fresh and saltedjf oo.\"egc brcs on fol.

I.: f :State. By" thefr, absence, Sti! 'John's. / .. ."' .; .',:. ;f "1-21'I : ., .J he>did'QQt 'consfder. 'thai :the country to any compromise* That pa4ty wilncrease ) eigri made carriages, yte'mnst Ycierpour4

''!"GtiutAy: and' Alachua_ County. 'each lost' We'perceire.thatthaahlusioa: to the .*was"altbgether so defenceless' weak 'i in "strengtbi whed tbCe;people: arable' report t>rthe speech itselfia

Ifs **, member/ !By their absence ''LeonfiCounty i 'peculiar'u4takj'by;France'in the as"had:been .represeiitpdi' '- In're gat-d to' beginto: move' upon' it.; asjthew1; ass' redI'vihl. .- 'ahother*cdlumn. lye can do litjle l 'more

IfI one: : ana dadsden County each'f,gaip-, 'anheiitlon, 6\\Tpxas, made ,favourTresHejott ':the' tVof. Iew York, _he' 'saidythat' it. : .' -' .t *, / V in1 thari'irtdlcate; In this place curreK ,.ealf.
not1'in" defenseressl'coridifiori l itcOtild It irflriow < hi thtit : "
: T.V a ye'c nnbtlgiyeup amp the primary hedds of'thtfscheme.
irvti/s latJJmessage.has
I e4 memberBy their absence,.the, ,.been.jfeli V .' .
,one ,} """ ;* Cfc.V f resist t "atVaclcxif hWrfpoWer.tt1loavi1roiee Vancbuyer's' the 'tirticlo'of colbmai'
I J *& dons"ver_.h carTi**\ihl h IiJ\"c O<%' ,bYJAA rcpch.J TatioDf j1n* .elicited are! *' '' : :. ':" / ". V f '';..-,.,.1 'J J ; l l ".Jst. IslandaVfthOstsferttleandy dJ 'ilarger'E than .'ugar; v hch'next great 'to''t cpra-laivs ,produce jn

: .hggr"v r,1rCD,4s.pflA "I1'.t ply, ,from Guizor,?.the Premier, in the: Mr BenVbn 'followed'WKo, tiia"n: :Iretan'ddi'. -' f J.r'- V !. 'r VV be 'most virnlcntTyassaircd'ohaccboatof

.jVr.u ee BO Jk cause t:4asatjsl'action .chatober of/f bpnties1.1: BUt Th'$*pdbple; very istrorig'speech' in favbrVf' 'the' :'tlerraination -'. 'TheTrie/Tids:'of-the- Tjriir?r,. l,V4_, Jhe'.lenaclty 'tb'which the ipmister
: G ' V : V V pf-the Convention oC. joint i OC.upaTicyi. -V 'hitherlp passive' 'begm t/ : arid denounce has cluti Tro'mcompetitibn -
'aiA dt ember from"JackBpnVillei- ;brthd UnLSedbtatene\ : ; no ,exjplana-J ; o rally, ln'scr enrngt
.. He'rererted 'tp evils' Mr; Walker's : '
** r "* ; many jTanffaVa Brit ''is still rQ'bff taorc of less prbtcct'ed.
T0te&'r the intere ;of tls'i.. sti-, .tY.qi fl 1ir,"IfYlifQ they jowtha4heeympatbieoL1'tbcFrench ,
Ke : which' i Uslcbntfnuarice'' would prodoce} ish-TariffV 'Thy' wp/jld ;prefet 1wrirto'' Sliave! rrbwn si/gair e'itilt regarded
I.M id, .r;Q Q F.' AAe.me .. ,: Jiir.e. fo th'e'-- llisi-ns"wli.cl1"woutd..itnsO"be-; iisabbltibritherc I i : ; ; jjrj hd V d upt.. Still,. as- 'an J& abomination' ;* but the "ddty** *on*t:Jtotreigri

I } 1erfrrL fttU. ,:hontroduccdthel have be audnltyays. fllb&withheui' 'tw I'rJntitish tjd bf ri'I "ct' thejpare hs Veij in )minority i m, :both :free' 1)t'. ugpr. Is'tb fie'r dtwj*

.1 e.eJud ;. 'J tb("1em .r /re r !' ,Tmf afrlI' i inaiffere 1' i6tho. ;.fntll.(& /aVr tiers,and .a''onsequenl- fwarwbetweerithe'hyd'coun'tries \ Housed! .'of vbrigrc J j' bd,,!.I ve"httle .;&-'6d percwt.f' :''Th'e cbrn'laws'beprOr
,. .' .' ... (.IV''I lIt .t I !\.I. ; } ,' : : the: iiBi1Iasedui& '! uncondittlbnafty
"t; $ 1 fit 1 He'apprbvcd aOaktVthft Mr. ViTl.kr'3 tab fst Iptally xti$
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; .Jo.JI kJ. J. nda,,6 .... kLlcI; p119 G.rf g .iq, !|J.ppg a5tyaTe[ subjecf..*He.if--r' ; vetIr. MJf3fle x;f aj V rio oiikii! evpjtIMr.Valk&a r ,: V aid Uhe Wean'time'a'rap Ufieisli J.il* .

I\ $. '.W.1th.f 1f 1 eigeJ1ce! ; securepftbo'g09d'will; aad a" iity' ofthc 'compromise$ ? wmca c liiieH*the imta' ,plan, tod: f emjind-Hhat jnstead; f thei 8i ale J i 'io ts kibti ted rot zbe'Oprekeiit4 $

M4jJ1di.ffc.r. { .:', :>,> ;. ,. "J'f, 1.'z 1. Fret c 1f eojley J. d ": .t4. J 4 tion'on the, part of the BiiClsK Govern 'I hm'ival atia, 'the* foreigh'-valiiaUon. l : exisTchccC -*' *tr-A 1-;' '

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wpropItiatc the 1andfedpUfi: ) c.kpe! 1' \ :r .'_,&rifi'"oJ uoopsudaer1pscotnuwuua> atarn4re.. % ., .. cpp; .i 4 Vg.P..1-"f "tl..a I.4. 'r't \. 18Mr.or"J '

fdd of money are J.toJ .., e.d .*beG'ai;JUi) wever, be .a',ery J' } dii'. .d 3s(,t1 ii* !iJjlii'JJ,1ilta. :. :..r.o.g1. "d. .: ,.1 L'_ 4M'611'tG:2W'lo.oeo'(* G. 4Mia. ',Jii .-.. i ,'.* Iy .. > J -S p8H'W .. .
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for the improvement of*g-;. ited'-one. the.'had: confined':;fee self. to'warning hostility to diaUnh&StiftMsWphf ; 'PUet.t'1,763IS"" MI9.O9 'fl' d4 :-- 3-- J' ': .,-.--.j. : :
101.jnmeat I law of settlement d e4 Texas 4 a- (dDsiaiiaed1ro"mrfar-: al lo .u.S1*.. ?,i"fG ''T H .I'8.nt'.t .1' ci .I fbt. l" .. !t '
The ,_ISO.: :; .I k I : .6:1.Q * 1jLkre
alteted, so that after a .s.3rtu! .o 'J e J9 rOr nc, ii. )pj ,nu qt:, 'f 'Go en rY ( : tJi.'ft'P l j ii Qd na. ': ,.23.oQo'lt: 1O,31 .1"--r ; !, !..":,". !) i.. I _.rtlt

be.denceof fire years in iuianntactpr. ,. .-peopjeha'd.dcclared; ,in faVor-of>AriDexation. ir' 6r ,rb WW p1flcJps1 f.1 L-' lW( V?e a.? 1iczinsark 1- .. r.M" .1 j' ", 'tt' t. d. .. -1$- exC''at' ;JK" t, ".in, efejie ;

district the peasantwho haiieft: the: ."' The, VV'ashingtbnl'Cablnet Struck,'fronHheroUpf .the aripynby:qr- i ,; : :l13'fl.V, .t-) t ,'::6T I" Turp 8 tilaCIte .: .1ht" [

,Jag rh for the factory must_ receivg par..0bIaI had hid; '.1i6' rVaso tb ke- offence 'at der of Gen'l.-ParedesMbr-having! Hre*' ,... et$:> ..at4 JirJi8. -" qI,1.437. atJesst3flgua.w- 'r .. .' .. '. ... t,..
l aid, if ha 'requires it, !from i the this conduct. wlieremiranpe! ::5Jd donef- naifledfaitbMt. ;tiis' pthl
J his adoption, not. the placeof .but whatshc:JiadJa'-rigUt, tcMtdo, withpropriety'Tmd 1d! fqsipg$. ciyedgo} : i -1 tOt If, 3'am liPR Ft .4'_ .- :.. wk 4. ,.
1&e0t ,with his inoderaiion1 4 it Ef1J1ti; t. i ,'Pt "J i ?ll"fft' ; 4IE&cd :t e'hjlf..e;_y.rgitie.f ." .
the ofthatGeneral.TheJuntaiorGuanajuutd
. regardtO **
ifity-the. .5-\m.e. **f ** **"* k ** > kiss'U/'tu. te e110OOVi DoG 'h .f11'. ,. --.j .-., .. .
dti1dren alld his widow. iIorevcrth&bigber : j4 lhoufrljheJangna. } [ {re"use byHres* > ; .M reha.*. t r.. J' ct..3111"" Q \db I l.-1 1 ozPImctl! o1Qe1Rf.rffiM1etto "'CL" rtt. ;

'rales are 10' be remodelled on .aka i ident ,Polk In TiTs'inessagQ w' lieKayed ZacatecaiiftU; 'severer tfiVoUfeifeta--. $titea.. tl 1.4C7'1DO49 do) t.oaQQq!..)4i1LVl M 1 .r. j c,.. d'Ii_ 't ib m.Bj tc. t iab'. :''' J
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vbich is to save a.;ug; at the agnLltural much irritation_ it .was to beh: pcd that l tes,. have, solemnly protested agaihsfernmentr S Dtnnrk. ,.4''J 87T'iIa .1.i ..i,.et. ,. .OOQ ,< doS'veikn iI.; .itsbe&eiteneiveiy' 5"- i Ij-: ; -.,i :t 4 -- -. ;.: -

;and various other chirPS -o' transient a mbunjJersiandingVouldnotjmpa7r -rthfQ. orGe >H nerr2J ov: m" ;'f(."' 11.d.i: ; tOO,\1\1'Mftt "4'd- -.'", '.. 4 .. .

hitherto parse paid out of the county ra- 'SaYrieV4ly'rpaipns! that existed -? -but*having; beenr, forced to U 1kanJ4W7fldo mr"i/ .41"' .- 'SJ ait--fc' J .1!( l G1[ '1Q.: Lt .C

_such as the expenses convicted and ought always to exist, .between. snbmitOo fhatrofXren'L: "Paredfcs they ,Mr., u lay ton,Jn giving these. ( tEKGLBtWhOrh. "f O :. : '
prisoners t of prosecutions at sessions, the two countries. As ro irded the 'havet!ceased: to\ exist legislative) bodiej -" f i fr 'rr. .rt H.$ i careful t, piee!tered1nto, whet. 'w"i I8 11. : .

of .work house children, question of the OregprT Territory M, anjilhusTleft.I "t 'f.cpuntry' :wHhout readJng.! "lre says- If ";'fTT >n ,considered" .
{ education ; : : an.ejperiment ec.- :
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he TX' V.-* 4' V i t.5. 'Il1eJ n, rpt"t1Je dr' sb thb ; ."
I &... wejto be paldb! future by tijqgate. ;&zot.a4dethat, rane,1i otbingto any 1 jegalgovernment., ChihuaHna1still :Senate, ,and the, be well jjjj dl :i r. ris JM'. a f'fFH1c1 .
.4.-. do with it.; she must: sincerely;,v b. ,holds. out manfully against>qFI1,. t > \ ; i \, f .
,: .- '. uainterWfthtnetn nbl1 m r3er'to ;havcb anticipated uader the. *
for the maintenance Paredes. v '.3 MJ'
of of but should ,
after -
the '
said that ,resignation peace ; ; x'?'' <' ;
Itis 'dis"r e l t 0' 11 1
LordLyndhurst, which is likely soon Jb, ',the '4iffere 1C ( 'unTortunate'ly>>ehd in:hds- '*t ''Th e"bearer pf th e.above 'dispatch! re: try :"" that t".J .c..t'. 'g1. fiy ioun.. : 'disadvantages which eyer prpet t efft ;, :.

Uke pUce Sir Robert Peel intends di- I tilities, Fran e .would immediately p.orts4 considerable Torce ,of CommisLsioners -' stn i w ; trueatefhjjj thatcountryaiayuudr.that selvesin a new undertaking. A. H MI "' ,:_

riding the political from. judicial the ,imuicnse advantages arising::from. .a .,or.Mexican !Customs; Guards; 4Jt.hc ," its gs.1 .t f, C }!iT1 !il. '. r itffrqlf/0 the f! .
mar Delaware: or ownarid wea1iqeu,
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of I ord the of the Grullb
which the office neutrality near mouth 'or San.
functions by ; thus 'hand ;than 'will i ia 5
I e iriduced tp,w ke, tojts\ diity; any cotto.'plaiter
will cease' to .be affected byAc M. Biila'ultreplic 1 ,at great t1 length"to; .GeftruTdesvithen Jess than'twenty: : ** ,f '
Cbancelrfr! Loot at.the facts. .For the of tBasf Florida. OiE t .
.protection Irritti. : .
.the minister but .J of Qhristi. .. .. .
erlal.changes JorToreign, 4fiairs, was. leagues the camp at ,Corpus It r' .t S ,
: rc'Lord ever hujd;edt6puisand tons of 'our.romtoercfal .. '_ ,. ,.! .. ,, ':i. '' .
jMorpeth has given'his name tot listened, to .with much less,{attention 4nohnr4party! bus, been',seen, about the ; 4 + : .
wealth 1 vfJw S '
: ?$ ;1OOgunsbutEngland j e OJu. jlC.AT&J-l # ; .
document, prepared by the Peace Sot than usual. M. Berrycr notifiedihat. he same distance Itrom' this'place-but'a : "":
has60France; ; has1030jRussia 4. .M...i. '-CiI.Pt''& IIAz1.Aznog tW ( r
the of ddi- "
recommending addresses froni move Insertion an considerabledjstance from.tlie'jGrulfJj; )
i has '34673Denmark, :tas87T; ; 'many 1 pleating; ,occurrence*.fncidVn$ to tlto Odd. J. 4.. 1
and other classes in, thisrocntry .-ional, paragraph respecting i Texas"aneL .iin;the Interior, .watching return pajf / t
percbaots to similar classes in the' 'Unit the United States, in the;;\ ay'' of an,' :ties of Mexican' traders. '''Sweden. 3.a1d; ]Boili dj 't:Jj g.9\&: .F,tio"*'i*.'CeUbratien" '* not' 009 of the; lean..1. the/','*.-': \I/? .;: :

er yords,:Englanu has r I t? ft>,times ias; (njltfwuig. .|V riokxcu, iH were tent
ted States, in favor of perpetual amity, I Id amendment; the address; and th .gen-' I Alarge) .party of traders' arrived here' many ,guns as, ,we to defend-the-same many JOarim.Da alt. mere.'coachtd'in. ili-uiial. '. _.''. ,,?.-..
the reference of all ppihts ofmisun-, eral. debate was then clqsed. last- night, bringing in nearly 1000 horses -* -' '* -
'tirnes .
France '
amount pf commerce. ten. :.cqmpiimf_ nt.lr'in.-b ..the nerftlte pf ear.f e'J'.. : "
to the arbitration of disin- GERMANY.. 4 and mules: of !" S *" 'f"*"* '*" -f' **r *
demanding superior quality.They -
Russia has
as many tMrtp.jke1times .,which.oiine to band j'kr.s. cIrbpljoty from
Jerested BEBLI.V, January SS.Mafters; are saw Li ieut. Hamilton having 1
Denmark' "
nations.FRANCE. as'many r ; ctne pCfM periapt nokaowp/- .i b.cho.serS11
pretty much as usual and, nothing particular [appui forty merjf&c'2tlJYjagoons[ and ,"'' .
I Swede tiv en times.,< aVd'Holland eight to gie; ''a Initial for bU sig i oataro. T1Mi t ::1
has noticed the remarks ofJlr. i is The old tale the > !00J-H. ti.curnmflrtlcUOfl.., ,
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M.Onizot I again l' ,W agoron tl\ .in t..andrwithin times ;as- many.- :" fl 5 ; -- read-thus: ". '
.Folk's' relative to War and't being repeated, ,}thaV'tii kirjgj.of ,thts a short distance the,rendezvous.of 1 t ',
message t ; ; acomrnissionparty. In publishing the, ,.above,. ,the New ,7VtU" Maagerefiic "Odd Kilof' JtatfJfe : ..;..
I sdme'fine
countryyill certainly morning it'
Tens. : r oT\t JBxpress ery'ptpperJr remarks: &eeiiexaiJack40nxUUt ZZdfcbnarj, 1816.s : .;
.'. *: : $
51. Guizot had accordingly felt surprised -. astonish us by the gift of a consti- I \*** .J *
The pfficTdl of the Who but will 'allow
peclaration Independence that.'these *- ,, G&Jl1-i (ls; i : i
at the language used by the tution. It is said to be drawn up and ,of Yucatan Senor.Don marks 'r'Inste'ad i y'
j' signed by are j jn.the,right,spirit t Of"all thu and esds iocro4i;. :
President in his and he had only toawait the royal signature. But'f ... .
message Miguel liarbashanpi' as President of of a long-declamation' to the ability of I 'T1. ; :t,'I.'have. mql'in iimec.. .. .
considered it his duty to claim in replyfor )r that I fear it, will, Jiave] toAy.ait j! ,a ver *. ** .'* iV:1Sf: 2' .t
Yucatan! and, the Qongrpss,._had_ been the United i States whipalllheTworfd, i -' : ; None **rra*.tu 1tO.so dry .Iua,1.: ,. '; ,
France nn 'entire independence of ry longtinie. It seems rather strange received and Government and : Co '. ,., ._, -
:.published" the the attempt jto b'h: ( \we// 'are : 'Asnojotuu.ourae.! 'tI. .
action. He next examined the commercial if the king has' the, slightest i intention .. .J'" ='
.the in Mexican for ,have i r.a. : .T <
now awar !
papers' ready we presented 'And M'& **pmMeii, tn1t' .. ,.,
r bur .series.of, too forcibly Eod
Maxjcan news paper : a figures, ,Tfce-. _. ;e- of. kIo.wr! ; .;':; '., '4.1An4 ?_
,o ix-C'! iisse the -independencerf I I tion3 that lie should demand. of the gpv pf to:day, has been ,fully confirmed, by teach us'our'weakness! -Thes&; :-,/ iH ir' how' many felt .1be biuttf.i. '. ,",>.":'"
,( I iu I I., i S and rendered' her anx- eminent of Frankfortthp. abolition of: : .
was > undoubted: .inforrnation! received since ond commercialnaflon in the'wqrJ. fahpwn > QfIcvp'byLadieimd; ,' i :. it 1
iossto): 'nai-1in: it in 184-5. The political the liberty of the press he has done, for went to to ,beJ the .weakest, t '> h -. : ',
our Regard: "
pap press. qne ; .i .Ji F'r.i ljn'. 4piontIeye i : ..
:idcm ions had been of stiilgrMer ; constiturmhfvithpafr( liberty f the. '. ''
< : "I- '
co: a e The following, frqin ,,the Galveston to the protection that.should be afford-r ,.:. 'TJhJIy" nsnbaw. hghtofbcsi.lIr ; .' S
"I ,. .4 "
veight.! There were at present, prpss, would Le.like a body without life. News, "'gives; ,8 strangepicturqpthe ed to its mercantile'marine. Novv thatpublic I ''f ( :' 4 / .. ,
I :' To mmke"OJ he suij three powerful nations intent ;lint 1 again, in ,opposition ball ., .\
repeat C ustornhouse authorities Texas:,, : attention has. been.rQds d,4inre-- \;'. fljfrum'ttd"toEvci. > *. _W >
(mt:grnndisi ii' beyond measure, their i I. that has been, i is, and may: be"s id1hat. .. '"Texasnot annexed,i/et.-lf to, ._be g)v... fJ lation. ',to the navy,'it;is tq be.hoped that .;"I AiIAc: : *ntgo,1remembertbeny< ,54t ." ,- S. <''.-11"-.'i,::''-','.'' .._i.:.. .

t rritori?iinglantl, Kussia and the Mr. Frederick! William, has no J more 4 erned is blessed Congress will give it.the :careful attention :::" mid !'j 1f .
tnited intention constitution to a blessing, we are.doubly I (.., ,. a.1..__ ,rourjoyoui glee; ;.
States .
| 'according a ,
rVdeserves! "Whether J' '
We-fJjave.Xwp Customhouses t we are Some one, tha rntI rorB, ". :!
; ,: .. among
has ot" otThiscroivii :
than he '
fr:1Drct'l not 'c,;terdin") her do- : his people! selling .with, two ,Collectors,commissioned by ..I}avewaraonot,; !it'makes no.'diflerrence. P.h.u! a t the Lodge for 0e. "Q. :

minion In Africa lie had.,' mid a I ahd'sccpire, and setting, up to. ip, two Gpvenrments,"With; two\sets of conflicting .. ,in, ,the, ,qWstion.; The navy i!. (fnntfndedw nngJbJIJaprMi f ror.t: 2blit ow4 : -. l'

tonque it w.ts her honor and interest business as a shoemaker. : insrucUons with much too small 'for:the wants of even.a S'-' >"
the ;tq, obey, two iJo .batne$ it Vat_orerlookrtii B. "J',
It is staled that briefs to amount --' *- "
to but the bounds of wh'chAe j' estabirshrrient inadequate '
preserve, tariffs$ enforce, and: two. sets' ofoffi- peace ::entirely v ,. .
would nut overstep. It was uf the of .:OOOQ1rnv; already been handed cers to: help them all under pay, ,and' to the honor : respectabilityofjhejiountjry ) Uponftftft'ImprompTu.n ; i! ''J'b- }! ''yM9uousy- S : S

holiest importance to France that those I j: to 1 lending counsel in railway cases. with little or nothing; to 'dp;'.Jpr .they l '* -, -' wrote i.foHuiiag I .Iin.swhact ,

three nations should balance each oth The demolition .of the British Queen : hare nearly"almlFmated, all ;jmposts i -_ ,- ': if not Terr rtfcjr, mail "excused for ha"*'te."j' ..::.
er's pouer, and that pone of them! should ( steamer in the basin nt Antwerp' is pro- which might give them employment. l ( :Steam Ship$*- W e' learn that ..' 1t wmijnqeed witb4reieve' l I ;'. .5-'.a: .:>--c': t

cltaina preponderating' influence. She j ;ccciiing-wiUunudi activity! Mexico!has' never yet 'been able to im., i contract has been er.tered' i into by the; .. :r ,-.* Ana-' heartfelt. ff'X-t/ I'ri;_ 'V 41-lhat- -T we..' *. ,.'.. :,. : .

ns consequently interested in protecliojthc I It is;said .that her Majesty' will visitS : pose upon our commerce so effectual v riI'ent.th United lStates, withth9 ; ". .pi4 aeek iav1n; thrQughout thoLaflj 7 .'4,. '.

independence uf the American Holland in .May or June n Xt., a blOl'kade..t .I ,f'. ,,'T .' ... : Ocean Steam !ay1gZQnCoIflpany- ,T fiodoujno4i'riend.! :II '. > .:.J.t,'"

State The cnpital. of Great Britain has a sr!. Vanzandt JI' and' Kaufman are' jlIe i chartered,in thls.S tat e,for the establish ,il,) |,n.taitivo'iejtbo Ii ,|. .e. who' we're odd -F-.;?.' >. -t:. .

In the discussion on the nil dress in population estimated at two jrijllions; of candidates for the TJhltedStates:, t House :mont,of a line or.st; amships? ,'trrl1lfb. I rl.D!, t amon, the fair {, ;i .,'

& 'hamber tuc United ] souls exclusive of strangets. .Thepopr,. : ; A'vessel NOM couU surmise amid the throng X .
.of Deputies, : New;ydrk ,p Europe.
.of I..H e 1seht tfrcs: ,,for,,the Eastern,a nd
exceeds "
t nlatioh of Paris now .
Sates and Texas have likewise come 90QQOO; .Nortliern District Texas.A is:)g take her clepVrure Jwipe m Why he hnuld not be there. t :"

. J CI%.3 good de.1 observation.; They the! .,populiUion) : ;of.Vienna' ;f..is,j :.J3 3OOOO: : : each month for Cowes and Bremen.-- "'Jr)1-a.. aii" t.'IMI.th'riD. :pm1" r : 'i.

*ere first brought forward by'no I less a'I souls; J'crlin 5'OOCl, ; 'ijiid! u Peer* : Verjf able memorial to thetGeneral I The Government cisr topay $4,09,069, 'Met.bur enrapltirea'|sbr., ':'; Y5I : .'.
.j ,." :. Assembly of ':Texas .the subject of 6' --q i f -p r r *-" iSl
than M. Thiers chief of burg, 476,000, on : 7the' the wit 00. .
personage one -- .f : :' .. '' '. education in the per'. anriumi, 'C't ;:conveyancejgff eiwhLaregIiuerJng 1"1" ,._.+ ; -. :,
popular '
lthe opposition sections of the Cham- [From tl.) "-Cluiri! Mi'n Courier.] appears : mail), .&c., The. vessels'.are not:to be pf. :< i A.tarlo1rndh.1ih&, .:' 1./" '.' !' ..-
: and
ier- one of the most eloquent orators TEXAS.. ; News,7Itis_ signed by H.McLcod Jess than 1400 tons burthen,arid)they \- 'Bat ihoagn! wermissea'tbe BUTLZR'S:4kI} .. -} ':2 :
tnd most eminent statesman of the counj"i By the stcnmci Galveston,I arrived .Ashbel,:Smith; as a committee appointed Qre'to'make-theIr' v yttltes''wJ1 th' :.speed ..:.AS\vJen J'tJ!< ; '. :- '

: and formerly minister of foreign af- here last. night, we have dates to,,the to draft it i .by,a; numerous ,body ol not less thanthatpf.tie} Cunard line.Thetarrangementa .7' !. : WecleerfuUj! .1vt111144 IwiaI hi i,. r! .. 1--; S ;'. 67'AeL.Jiwasqsi

iirs. He observed that:appealed lo I 14th inst. The Cincinnati steamer, citizens:t/Thftj iSecoiji 1 Municipal itychoolsvore.cited ,..for buirdipg'are inactive'progress .;''') l .drvtn.. !s ::.. ..: '.1-"" ,

i;. from,the remarks in the President's from- "Cornus:-Christ. ?.. arrived-. at' Galveston -'- as. the r model l of*;school* and*h is.'exriecteir ihat J; r. j .-i-- ..' .. -.-' : ,.. I I

fsMge, that the United States, were ju&t 4bcfore the. departure{'the' systems.- ; the first"will l 'be ready .to; Vtart on %theJst..cf .' i.i1':' '.- 4c4nD.: ; .' f : I I'i
b *- "" *
issatisfied with the Texas affairs and steamer Galveston, with: the following Col lectorMajor' CpcUe:states, that; e..hasf ,' Jafltuiry *1847:1'': \,. ,c!m- '-. nFLQIUI\LODGE.NO.J.LI"O.O.'F.F 5-, .

hereby offended the United States.- communicated i fri ''an extra.. WceTved rid, instructions.,to cease; J -, ,. '! ". s.-:\
intelligence, Vldv. '.}I ,_ '. ,er'lh Ormtioa and }'rucrIIo i on-the. 234
the'collectionofduties 1Teksirxi
under I V.Retobfd
4; r the attitude they had taken, they of the Corpus .Ghristi Gazette, dated our" ; l I'''' .4. tj2e .fuIrowg- 'R l l ,q- Vaa*, "-
L &d rendered it impossible for the. Urnk the.12th instant: 1 ..** consequently' vessels' ;":arriving"! i 'our, Texas Nfl g. The?Tollowlng;" Jrjthe' '.Wlp1 4:PJJ b, ,,1ijvige; .' '. ..

States to consent to allow! them to We have'papers from*.the 'citv' bft. port:.as well ''from tthe rrnit States,, astrorn state pi" this 'branch 'bf service,'which: I', : ,, That' thethiinks of the members of 'I.-;: ; ;'"

wrateon the Oregon question. They Mexico. to the Sjst January and Jettors ., : oth?r. ports,. will be. required, to ,by.thebill before t he.Senate,;it/is;proposed tbu, "Lod e-aru mand' tendered.to J!.Ladi tnd .

,at ..Customhouse usual until .GrnUetn>flM'who'9 knull BH4 J .
ad Grandt&iU7th enter our as States. i wfth fPffr XTqaUite ,4 '
thereby committed fault 'from tlje l .Rip to annexo 9Un'ted "
a reat -a : 1 '
motle for 'occasion,
at .
the actionv of 'our t \iibwab6uttpConvene taste, fqrni.hPd the ,
rat injustice the United States ,'- fyegislature. lje has ntbre'sessels. qf Hvar, in c SpfsJgsrrhe1.r
to Febuary, if' ,.. the Presbyterian Church;and aISG to.IhTflI- .
ad had even endangered the peace pf TiusiHorrMr.. Slidell ')left,the city i -: good;condition. :riz : theshlp14hstibtof2O : ; \1.JMItkWbUI1CT: ..' 5- t.

he world,. This speech, which 'was Mexico to return to the United States T.heiIp_ | S( IprniDgi Starj informs; : gulls; >ri( Atcher4JS: gunsjamf .1. f'gcl ;lha..- D[too*em. f the dw', 'i' ::5 1' _

emarkble itSreaderSh 'is J little' doubt tfiatGenjerais -,, schr.'Sah. unSvyjAlsp E tract rtom the rnfaute <
The Bernajdj LT
for !
created JanuaryJ'
bnthe of passport
eloquence, an l'JJt' ; .. .
him4: .Honston and'Rust. ; ;Will hi. our aarfem''a leaky condition .- ;' '" L "(_:f : t ri' TERtSeci! 1 r -
refused' the
mensefcensation in the.Chamber. M.irot for >vfiic"hs'tippl5cdvvos i : |;: f orr>_ ti-.t. ,1 brigj j .
States Cbn-
'- he fur : United: :!.. ... ,; with .in her hold ;ad,tnuch ''J k 'ill Ef C.U. 134._ > 1ft' ".. .' f
replied to it at considerable. by the Gdvernnient, but was ** .;, s .. water ) 1'1. .f _e":_ !? }., ." ,
J :i.) ,,... ,'
gth. nishcd.>yjihan! .escort,lo, Yer;?Cruz.-' .gress.' injured by",*roBajAfr/She has also" In. ": .rhe aboftlWU"JAI.adtd i .pp.ire4.. :.i.

DtlJau tm the President1* Message. !The. passport -was refused nipon'thc ; BaaT.--The good effects of-nnnex-, herN9vy rt oCaptains_ (on>::ppoSitcdi :Inljot.l.j. .;,{??,..,t.:a.{ftwailiiot'J .!>- i.ea.bn.i" : D .t..' ..., .: :
.nlre ni 'to' nppe. :9'4b'' 'i ; -t .
? \ednesdar's sitting,of the Chani-_ ,ground tharhe 'was a special} minister ntioQ 1P : President Jonc ,..cttj the.lastRanerLiheCpnyeaMpnt. 12th11ti1t 'I!" t f .' I).ft1 wi ; S ..> 5
: nk,t'drkpj4ake \ iJt.i.qg. .Qf his hadL = I .- _,-.1'BiEP7 S .
erof Deputies, the general debate on of the, jjnitcd Stafcs for Ihe settlement .lts-Iate tenantless houses :,1 ; agreeq ".-t J ': ; S. :%-.

address was resumed,' and the Mmttrof -- of Hie' aJaiJ\ to jC iXfew-f-bis .appoint-" ancient city.t to annexation, and not tyet.confirmed,) S." 'At1G,1y Mti 'on iKe'iriir.Milu R. njRATfTi .

Foreign Affairs replied i 'to' 11. ment beinf'tha; ,of.a Ministec, '/fw>ptentiary -. "are' ringing mih1ffi&1fI:1y burn of.hapramnies -. 1Commander.5- -. .S Lieotenanti I ', t r.p Z'Mas'rt:9 '.IEY..... 1.. iofVh*,, ._ l'.0.te'DrBriintJ k.*- -. .;.:.-'Ch- rje to. .,->,,* ',' _' :
ttd' ttsstrpefrfasc4ildA S -
:. : .
hlttl') Violation of the, ; ; ; en l I' ,
A sp clv respecting i the jntcrven- .wbicfi\ l lyasJA_ i * ** rf ,.r rgeon.J", ; .5" -
,, I : p N""T"'QRn lc"r. T.A BJt.,. :
J -- olie. gQvernmeiit ,oa the Texa ,. gfeemcat.J mw With/Hexreras5Govurnoseonly ? .. )lngiWltliitl ong Q. tn gJant..an 'Putsrs.. ;iit' .t' ;- ": '. ; ,. .4 'Fl lr L '; :
; Frencbrnerql wrmans,-Mexicans, I 5. Slate of tn thermometer i UiJ k. u. S ',_
lOa, ant! hp policy which France ,crnmenVt1t. t TCCeIV 'WpeEUI1 r.ipi! 1 or .iind..7th r taQ$ se ', Vobevieincr r Mt1owaL lh Insi.FrLQ4sh. '.', .
: ht to observe ; : 4g!Q-AJ } ,i1I{ i4-. ,8.OqCJPQ- fnf tbewrek, ending the. $ .,c. r.
toward the United : j. I. tAi-
fora.tyecwl .# t-- 'it wit.) ch'JDthcr' to 'restore 'war* ( r y i :'' -Tth''t. ',..1'4.tt II 'l':1t; . .
teL1!. \ q : .. : .
,, Guizot did but reiterate Jarm.a.ryt jheiLrnzsterof .
.f \
; iri'rjguage Oh tlrc.Hth 4 l.L i<- -.rjfc'. *.%.iflHai
} :8tri keD exarnd'its rmer.jgrfeatness: v ntiou,.U1P11 e vacancy, ioccaione4bthe ..JI ', G 54 5 5 .: ',
-" tie inost.of his arguments, : \Var.issued an.order for all theanattachcd -( 1. :' 'f".U*. l> jjfeat.'ytt.. ..-a iHrf >- *. ..deat1vef'MTsylor.IFhe i1h, ; H'l. .,.'.U > .. 5, }\*pii*-. J56 .

had adduced on ,the same subject, in officers (iffficiales'snelw! s);in''dei: r ; 1' i* >; t rv Ex.GOvetrlorllst'a.brottie.rGC: .3ih. 5:ij.r.' .: '.68'i., s.r -' ? .:; : 1 .

'1bcro Peers. : eduiteJ| :jf e (ron.: CwiofiCpngr.es*' tjcorresppndent Mr-h..ht ... ... P-..' .AI ?"Y: ::'Y' /
ofrie ir i .'l' { T .\I ; S
; : .
ijji M-
; if j sMmPgly' 5
gives the fQlIdwing-Jiftaiwiical! .:calciila*: Co1'B tii n :; .a ct-dt [' V <;vt '-v.. ', -5
e d tbatthe.comrncrcial and tier and join te4rmyconcAntiaUng upon *, 9.t. ". ti" ". l. 5 :5b'
bee1cced. .
por to) the.nation J Ci1QCTatC: J wiflsodoubt. S .. ,- I&5S. '
,3i .defence 'of ti iitl'fo F.erqtnbe cost, : :: c rdh' 4l. .,, .) Iat
the J
Interests of France had alone dic-, tbe.RioGrande for rtliOodela ,, ,9 gte's: 1','. :" .t ... .r. 1 ...IJ, ..,. .5.4 .: = f.. .. .A it"I., ,
: 1hecuethathad pursuedrela.to -: :their. national l righta ;fa.'Tmfc .;The : icnators, 'at $SperbJc: .- .. "-. ,. ..,_.,T ?*J;,' -...71- .--", ".''''.4. -."ry 4 ," :......PIII'
: the "Saylhere am' rr.- .tACMp _. S -t3S.r. ,. S.
annexation of o1theseThS'I8 tbput '
Texas. ;
There present uurhbcr;: r Iessit'1n'se'loB ., ,C I'-i-. ; -''.'' r j -0"' S ..

between' that Slate ;and France. ,5Q.Qd., Cbesp; !p'oe & suntcient lficer o.pf-.. d YJ1! P .i C g.>' l..Y9.S-rht J e.'PB9P. } '. .I the:- Misw I -Re'ubli m-A9.: 8 { tit,|rp : ;_';'. .. P7.tt:... .I '.'.. -,.. .-.. : .-".
't\vj 1iq t .af p..R f"UrM..I.S&eta.M. ; It- '
r smiMM ,
tyof : .
commerceand theannexa- lOO.OOO nerii 1 ,
.anarroyrof : % ? WlSww :. 4' .to 4
.civas Jfl rder, .$19 5 o g ,2OQ" ftp i .' <,S,ia.U"Dd..ft.J, ... ," -- -4y 'r'
stripped. her from-the future advan*: On the ''same dayi, 'n' 1 wi t. mile bud-eli -r corcai'!be.rr -d>i"' :'( r i' f .T .
sa91t1fJ1.. Q :
o hel' navy and trade might: .have : \ -,sued. .by the AlinJ!tey pttjor I t tig c! (day. only$75OOOJ: }' btwiP 1 1.ite Jfn.c a4delivere .'.'

,w from-. On the. ,other band ,: to the 4qteor rQr. oPf&r mp!8'' .e 1Iie.; D trlvcr fQr.iad ;t_ ,It"T'iT '' l: 1 ,':. -
$ r? iiia.ab
elngonl $
ll .
Rs -1 6' 4.1Ir- SfI$1JGlI1' t.
; lce fC .of( the, tatestha.t..aU.di aOCl fltWT1clcavalry .- .th" Fer .: : S
nggrandiscm l1 aatt.n..buJaeJ.r
.ed Slates' jn regalar\ t1Odt3QOOstropg7 ,. ) ""''. .. JI.ri s'ow1n'esl1mate) '.t..00 n iweri-. I, .tf el- J.r )'.Hi', !. ? -, :.M.-. I. l.dI1 _Mr.. "lteli ,r. ,. S
was, a political point. oi k. oena( rs. JU11f .4,4 6.J-Pep.-I )' -1 jtI '. j"u.' <"... 3.,+T4_IJ ;' .t",.. J..-.r" .'f,.
--'by.to sbouTdbi inincIite1';.IWJCd! 7. TtriI. Tl .r'. .1 .
meilD$;desirable.abwrbing J : : i : e .. 'f 't.r 2> < '.: ..
: T4Se '
rser eBtatWe8 ;incluag4lelgat3I % 4 ". '" .1' S ..'M.. ,. .. r_. .I..' _____ .1'.l.,-, .fP' .
.. 'JH a "
Texas theTr amCltldne JDtQ !Ilc (Otl C 1 QB.f.. a,. 1J1'' i '. fle .: ,_eltlias', ... ,. 7te&StS ; 'T-; #' t -. S 5
: f Rclf..WiM .J ; ORclalo ... i.J
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,a. .directed..to' JJcxjco;,and; thefpowerj QereaceoftbeRao..Gr .J 1if "-'' .', .. .. t ':m il s i"'onen .: ; .frt :' ."... ..,.".,.-, .'ot.,....';.) ,. t< "A- ,I' f" Jt.U _
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: 1qar t G 11.Pa: s: ,.ire. ..'.:-.1. .! t'ttf" ZirJR.f a :t 'Jh.rr 111.,41W-
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_. which it wasnecessantarninihenev QRtlie.'t5tli ; G>' .uA .1.WnL I "4j. .. ... }. .. ... ; W"i'rn.I: 'fr
A" -
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i : just as well : issued"circm r. Q llp r tm r _'
4e then, ,. .' -- '. 1g.:

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4t r'witittitt ;1L Yo- 't.-l'Ialo>. lilF.. "I :the.Howe.of Leech Dasiek. the foHeirtef named ., Informs'the cfakeasofJacvseinvffi 8.4pTW tip eh isellsesweata. .- 'iIi. .. ..
' : )14.11'11, _' "-." l6IWi'c1fUu. 'Lots.of Land,or a* UeYjtr wi saiwfy.he To '- ,iodise akJ.IMt, till.r.b from dikat .."iibia:wlalt ii avail I -i .
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. .,. j t ;L a..r'l..I..JnW,_, :. r-.itrn dee ai'tli.e.,.for,:the_ ,part/year. .Fnolaifog. all| .-. 1 fee ha,*.removed ..z..I-! .theabelyes,of the.ppJlI. eOIeaiabiJalandidititadno MA7TAEtiTyq"
: :. Got before. rice.Court, Howe door'to said : %* l reasonable lerms.. and la
aad -
t-- ; ; costs dwry e.. .r.ille the .one roc oa a Wmhfcy i.s
't 1. reai ,,Monday .fe..ItIa-l,,J.rf App -ant..kL W. 1.201,N. E.'1-4, N. W. tri, and W. 1-2 of l 1f :' -* = '.' ft .situation sad rood society. The Academy>sniff v+kd r''Iwt de L S w. dr.yyr

. .:; ". }'-.- till aI hoar..ar.i" :' .' I' ,'. a. s. W. M..*ectioe'5j ?the Srholcef section d,e *. :. ft. cent; "'&.' .,",. .aa ,toe., priat- under.tbtf charge of.Cot BradirthVwBo: k welt ejy'feraJsheJ,and peVe?? ed,, iiaaitL saj .
.: 't 3k ._ed1. :1 acertaJntract or pared. cept the W. 1.2 of N.'.W.andS. W.l-Uana the o 'ce oftb.,".,_.- "In. asw prey.' kaowaasa..dr of:experts**; .and :wfco hs MId itoprovedt A* .IKiM as4bersja J ,

. tttIud.: known as Mania' Isle, and situated N.. E. M:of N. W. l-4t tbe whole of section: 7 i 'pared to execute,with pfusapUttttte. aU orders coat -geweraHy .won the respect grid (Headship of.Irf* left,:tbe na. be MNj_fA" wso

: ; '.-1 .' BeHVKiverla. tbo.aotrisidcouaty. Levied 00as W. 12d N. W. 1-4., and:W.,l-2 ,of.8."W. M,' ,-oected with the above Hoe, ?e'-* ..n.t. pa8s4 Boarding,'wasbiaf., ea4 .ledfiag .may be_ routo._ This boat trill artive .fI-.

; : the property of'the estate of the arid Robert and ,W. 1-2 of fCE. ..,. W. 1.2 of S. ., -: t. Mr; ,Groihe'rsM aJse say.. that be has detsK. had at my' house;situated oYiie near the'Aesalemy, Thorsday" moraleg. Man a at:

:; *, '. Miller,aad to be sold'to*satisfy j said writ of fled section 8; W. J-2 of N.W.M. section'17.and mined to cea&M his attemloo, la.'future,ssclasdtrs. iv r for$3:per numb. For farther: 'ranfeeJars. address Mil JiW or ,C6.rlna. if
.tf, & _,:frdas' A. BRADDOCK- ,. Sheriff W. 1-2 ofS. W. M. section.17; the whole of ly. to ,work to these braa He,renders him the subscriber, Hiaesvifte,'Liberty tmtntj,' f'Yr1..,..,!. ,.ee. .,
, ; February 27, 1846. section 18 the W. 1-2'of S. E. tethe'manr'friends who nave ghreo L, F. ..BAKER.UE" ,A'
J' rj .. ". .. <, except 1-4. E. 1-2 that bis exertions here .Georgia. ..nie.sen wWJng to tale
. "J patronage, and trusts Y'.tr
' of N. E. M,and N. W. M. and S. VfA-4 of sec- ALSO TO. brig ee hanpe' which leaves i
>b f. JUaclraa Comty Sheriff Sale. tioa 19. S. 'W. M of section 31 : the whole of after will be such as to merit it. : Rev. R.'8*'Wilson HinesviHe, Ga Thursday and s.-_ fur Xeamral s

. .,t TKrl L BG SOLD. ,' oa ')fooday, the 1st day 'section SS.ee.pt.th* N. E.:M;S..&.,M-of sec* From long ,,practise la ,feU bosiness, ,V and lee his* Rrr.:W.. Grin Florida Conference. of the St. Mattbewa, from r!.

:-' ; t. .t: rafJima, next, between the boors of 10 i$, Uoe 321 W.L2 of N. E. Mr W. 1-2 of S.;E.M, himself competent to. give satUfectlon, ', William Dell E'9.'a.arN.niaaaville. FI. I' Passengers; wish tlrirh .< .
, :t., dock, at Court and of S..W., ehsrges will be moderate and as reasonable as S. To from'Jacksonville i r. 11m..
: the .House in the Town of New W. 1-2 M. of sect loo 33. f --.P. persons travelling. board ofeither law,11.w.J;

'M v., nansviUe. a sufficient portion of the Interest. of tbo Tbe abote. lands are in Township 11,. Range those of the, North. Watches ia the" best Black Creek or Newnansville. Fla.,- to a., place .Tbe above boat -ill leave as follow '
: .'f ; "E.aa'of Fernando de U Maka'Arredendo, situate 14 East,owned by Charles and.Bernard.M. ,. .N. B. CIo d repaired trio .". Ferry,to Sooth Carolina, HiaesviUe Le..FaJatka i:

' : '... in said Cousty, State_ of Florida,. .la. and .to. a certain said lands are itttated and Jyb* oa and near the manner and at the shortest -' I is the direct'route. r-1CnI.aa 1 7 wydq,A..If.II't'

'tis$ t'J tract or parcel of land kaWn as the Arredondo. Sowanee. River, Levy county..Fla and.booadcd: February 6. 1846VI B.1adc Creek H P. X. U.1JacksoavtKe

: irt Grant containing two hundred lid 'eighty. nine "mostly.by United States lands., I45JACKSONVILLE: HOCSE *. "J I.I

.! ,. thousand six bondred and forty five,mni five sev W. ANDREWS, Sheriff. ; Circuit Court. For freight nJiht. n.,
;ti I*. .'" aiM acres l being a grant.made. to Fernando do February, 18C6. ..' (tiDaataof HAIR"'AKD HtWKAk STASCTS.) KASTKXX 'CIBCOIT OF FLOXIDA.JnCkanetrj. on t.oard,or tD or passage.apply ta CaptJ

; I \; Is Mss Arredondo and uo.ono the 22od DecPmJt Tint sabscriber .b>1ving recently fitted op WOOD &

'1 r." ,her,.A. D.,1817 to satisfy and ,pay the taxes due Levy,CottBtj SkerMfA Sale. .IlL the above establishment with<.R view to the ARIT FXWACX ) BUll CLAGHQfiXto
'. 1 'to'tbe State of Florida, for and,on account of said N 1Ul,, 34 Anfmt, 1846. greater convenience and,accommodation those w.RIC8A /
. .,J ?, ';.interest and all legal coats.and charges,;Ja and a* WILL be tOId'em she 3d'dai.oC' August next, whom UI health Of'pleasure might attract 'to this FJCWAVZ. I) Diverre. FERIfAtDi'.ti.4 BISIQ.

. 'bout tbe advertisement a.nd ale thereof.. -Tbea the hairs 10 .t 2 cluck at portion.of Florida, solicits 'tbe patronage 'of thepublic I IT having been made to appear by affidavit/ in the JOHN J
r H.
;,, r 4' mount 'of the'taxes due for: the year"'1845, 'are :the b.n..ofe.oeL Daniels, ihe.roUoWiolloe; Kp.reel ,trusting that none.who may favor him, will satisfaction *T the..Court that Richard Fewaox GUITBT.

..-' ., ,.'.:-..,13310 THOS.'C.'ELLIS of Land,'. containing 160 acres-or as much find an thin* rtxplshe to their comfort Deflected. .the Defends.at named 'in the above entitled ca., Agent Bbck

, i i. r Sheriff and Tax Collector.. :thereof. will .satisfy.tbe tax..due, for.the year .The healthiness of-Jacksonville protection reside la the State of Georgia, ,aDd beyoad the In'o-n.connection steamer with this SARAH. ...SPALpnq

; : : "Nm' Feb. 27,1846. 1845 IDClodi.caUCOIt..and.cba.rJH". Said lands from tha harsh sea breetes and Its easiness of access jurisdiction at tbia Court, On moiioa of Jueeph B. Lak. aonefive ..

t .' j., :". .' are situated the Wakasassa S. W.:14 section, "from any poinj, have _always secured tbe l aealltft','.Can:Solicitor for the CompUinmt / aetrr-miles above Mo.n..OII8 M. d..l
23. '12 R.16 = Palatka the St.
J. and. said bless Edmund
; to to
y,t : AlacteBa Ceaa I one till Ordered 1Jw'lbe aid Defendant Richard up Jooa'i i
..SlterifCrs Sale. reputation of being' most advantageous place u J." 5. 1845.
3e6titri.oo-resWeat of this State
. j :! BE SOLD the 7th Sass Florida the invalids Fewest do aad the Compktaaau
. WILL ,on Monday, day W. D. ,ANDREWS Sheriff. .' ia (or resort daring appear aaswr
" between the boors-of To such Bill within four OHtnthf the will be uk. I1I1Met1 Stales
next ID tbe winter season persons, be offers accommodations or MOM aascaofrMrd .
I will have the number cf the ether-lands '
'j ? tea and two o'clock at the Coort. House la tbe or.clr of.ale., ,which he hopes will prove iochpt..tt..wrt against him.Anlitittmrlker n- f
day February 6 1846 SPALDJNG.er.
;: ,; Town of NewhaMville. a sufficient- Dortion- of ihe. _, .' .___.. _n_ .S__ medical__ ____'_ advice" __ ,. of" the" ntrhest_ __ _'order.' _' _. OnUrctL That a ttY of this .
Yzt,4 interest of John H. Lewis i and wife, it.t.cf in *" Live' Oak Air- .ey. can be commanded in tbe"OW1lfJtbef may ,rely. older duly certified by the Clerk of dai.--n. Iv at m'I.s, having beat thsr

said county ia and to a tractor parcel of land 'NOTICE is hereby given,that.having been ap upon the most',careful attention.' published i. some newspaper printed within the healed,bet decks and cabin .1'.s.d .

C:' ,. known as the Arredondo grant .containing t.oI I : "br;tbe Government: the United As visitors from the North have occasionally delayed Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week eonseru Jargeil for the accommodation fnmr srs|

.I; hundred' and eighty nine thousand six hundred and State, Agent for tbe protection of Timber on the 'their coming,'under the impression that the tlvelr for four month commenced her regular IIi-, J Jterprise WlI

; ; *'' .forty five and five sevenths acres being a grant Public Lands in East Florida,all persons who may house was filled the subscriber' takes this opportunity OSCAR HART,Clerk of ad Court.beeby OH Lake Monroe,m the St.JOM 1'

i ," made to Fernando de la.Meta Arredondo and ion, have trespassed,'or shall I hereafter commit any trespass to assure- such in future, that in that case, certify that the above i. a trne copy of aa Order 125 mileahnvrpahtka.

t -< on the 22d December, A. D. I8I7 to satisfy and 'by cutting down and carrying away any Live he can always provide them temporarily with comfortable made and entered in said entitled cause oa the Tin-above Bert,"leaving Palaika even T,

i :i pay a balance. due It the State of,Florida, for and Oak.or other timber frem such Lands, will be'dealt accommodations in the town. I Tenth day November A. D. ISiS. Morning after tlr arrival .the U. S. MtiJ.
iJ f. on account of said interests and all legal costs and with as tbe Law directs. J- '01.1VER'WOOD. .. .. testimony whereof. I hereuntn ti 1 Packet, 5,. 1\1:1.... Cartai.'Mr.

t ''charges in'and about the advertisement and sale JOHN-.L. TAYLOR. Jacksonville, Dec.!, J84S. lyIB my hand and affix the Seal of.hl of- vannah,carrying she. U.S. )f.ilo the alviti

t.,.,!" -thereof.- -"laocedaw.o' hundred end two dole February 20th.1846. A'p t'U. S.. &c. I-- } fice. OSCAR HART Ckrk.Noy. places.rassenger/ -

H.: ,Ian and eighty two cents. ..rv HIT rjrterpn, will take ,
c THOS. C. ELLIS, :Circuit Court. HOLMES. & CO. 22.1345. Matthews every Saturday E\'f"'. .. at f sd
< Sheriff and Tax Collector. EASTA.RK CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. 'have Savannah. ,
; tot; F.5SRS. HOLMES & CO., removed
Kewnansville, Feb.27,1846. County of Dtala Ckancery. M. their stock of Merchandize 1ft'lhe Probate Ceartv The St..nw-r Sarah Spablmg. will rats
t. large
HURT M Ltsasu r of the undersigned will be always snnvill
T.HE'e I'irvlata JEc. Mandarin
] Bmforllcconnl the United States known sad ht
t building occupied by ; as the rranactH of business withinjutiwliction'nf .
; Via' Partition of the Government Duildin have added trip leariMg Jacks .viUe every 314m11111o'clock.
: Alachna County Sheriff's Sale. COfKLLIIJS [ : They to his Court. AU applications to him .

:: ;i WILL BE SOLD, on Monday, the'7th of WlVSLOW TAYLOR, their stock;by the late arrivals from New York in his.Judicial capacity,, must be made either by Fur ..felit ov ,.'. .
rrJr to the
: ,, next between the hours of ten His wife, MARIA- FOSTER,et.al.J & a full assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries., Hardware petition or affidavit.. On the first Monday' in Or. Board or u* FrrMmlrx pa & Bubee C.

(001'- and two o.clnek.t the Court House, in the Town XT having been made to appear by affidavit to Provisions, &e.&c. tuber of every year, a regular Term of Couruwill s.wvilk. Arw.

t"_1 of Newnantville Count of Alachua, a sufficient X the satisfaction of the Court that abe above na They have on,land, now landing' from brig Virginia be held fir the settlement of accounts of Executors N. B. All g.awL. will he
tl portion of the undivided interest of John H. Brush, I from New York 50 bale Hay 50 bbls. received M S( ri,'
;: med Defendants, Winslow, Foster and his wife Administrat'irs, Curates, and Guardian. of Slur* *t JwLe..nilJ. & Sa. .
Charles W. Brush, Eugene Vanness, Julia A.' Lime 20 thousand Laths, 30'boxes Cheese, 20 a .
Maria Foster, formerly Maria Deweet, reside in Thoe failing to render their accounts on that day Au, 23
r'r ; Vanness, and Margaret Brush, situate to said the State of Alabama'and beyond'the jurisdiction kegs Butter.20 kegs Lard, 20 .. Pork 20 half will forfeit their, commiion. _

:i" County, in and to a certain tract or parcel of land, of this Court oa motion of Gregory Yale, Esq., bbb. Beef 20 bbls.Bread 50 bags Coffee. 50dbls. W. F. CRABTREE.Jud Florida -and Savanna

r.;. known as the Arredondo Grant containing I.ei Solicitor for the Complainant,. ..Liquor, 100 Ploughs, Iron of various sizes. re PwKatcc of Duval cooaty. Packet.

1;:: hundred and eighty nine thousand six hundred and It it Orde>:ed,,That,the said Winslow Foster Glasses, boxes Pipes Tobacco, &c. &c. All of Jacksonville, Sept.27, 1845. TJI f vvt.lar!teara f"M

t _, r f forty five and five sevenths acres, being a grant and Maria Foster do appear and answer the Complainant's which they will sell at low prices.Jacksonville. Jiit ASTON, Cal. F. IWli.

. :.; ,j made to Fernando de I. Maza Arredondo and son, Bill within four'' months, or the same January 9Ih.-18 G. List ef Letters rive at ricutatertrtv'ei'llriaj

rt, 'on the 22nd December, A. D. 1817, to satisfy and i will be taken as confessed against there. REMAINING lathe I''st Office at Jackon- at 9. A. M. on each week ai.t will a..

t.e:.I pay_the taxes doe to the State of_Florida from' LI the And- ..it -is, fnriker,,Ordered That a copy of .n'"Noftftr Tobacco 1.J..IV Seeel.nrcu ... ... A ..:.,\T-.. L. ,. ., up to the. 31st. December. 0.1845. w P._ M.ft.__._ Savannah__ a ,a via.Mandarin.a. .Ji
-. r-'I 001'8 IUInJftI. twr apq VQ ac, 01 IIJ"rt this Order duly certified by the Clerk of ibis Court, .ricr; --- ;;-nie-i-.r i M wnicn, u not taken out ta tnree moatb. win heseat 01. tnmrjf, ami au fwaer unmrtlMlearrive iaws.s

..!, interests aforesaid and all legal costs and charges published in some newspaper! printed- within the sale to the dead letter office,at Washington,D.C. in Savannah early M .n.lay .
ID and about the advertisement and sale thereof. JOHN M. PONS. ftr CharIe .
i Eastern Circuit of Florida, once week ceosecutively A. Paeegrr stue can Iran a. .
\;.t THOS. C. ELLIS, for lour months. Jacksonville I Dec. 19.Kueaway. Alger Isaac Acosta, A. ia the eveyiiag in the d.ilyli. ,.t Sfeamrn.Gasfrm .
i Sheriff and Tax Collector.NawnansvUle The ia etaaerti.
"t t THO. DOUGLAS, Jndge. HUM < nub 31
Ftb. 27, 1846.e I, OSCAR It H RTClerkor"i4 Courtbereby B. ..... & WilaVre Bn Ui.'

t'Iif > __ ,certify the .above to be a true' of an Order From the Gillisonville Jail Beaufort Bryan Msj. A. Betboae. George New Yank of which one leave etrrymormof.
District. C., a.negro fellow, 5 feet 9 Bryan,Jacob Byrne, Charles .
Alachaa COHBIT SherifTs Sale.WILL made and entered in said entitled cause on tbe'18lh .
:rte BE SOLD. tbe 7tb day of February. D. 1846. inches high dark cinnplexion, slow in Booth, John Th Gastna doe tw 4 return t" Bbck/ I
on, iayof Septem
1 and has burn between the
speech a severe C. her Sivanoah.VAXES .
t next between the hours of'10 and 2 ?,_,-,, IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I here- way ta
I legs He is about 25 years old.and says hit name :3>jECeshall.Ge irge Chapman Mrs. Geo.C. OF PACKETS.be .
L. S. hand and
clock at the Court House in the Town of New. [ ] unto set ray affix tbe seal
naasvillr. sufficient portion of the interests oft *-" +-' of said Court. is MELFORD, and that he belongs toSemeon Coffin, Mrs. Nath'L .Ctlftll..iltr this Li.. .ill
ij Petit, of Men her county, Georgia. Ten Dollars be despatrhei fetnlarlv 11 .
Henry Dudley deceased to satisfy the amount of OSCAR HART CUik. D.DonaUsoo. every 1.I.I."
taxes due to the State of Florida on account of February 20th, 1846. 4mAdministrator's will be' paid' fur hi..approbation delivery Lieut. J. Brig CL1NTON.T. .-. master.JBMBrir

;f K*-, said interest, including all casts. and charges in Notice in jail, so that I may EDWARD get him again.MULLIGAN.Sheriff L.F.. Jim. AUGUSTA, A. M. .Sberwt-.L
and about the advertisement.and sale thereof. Fours Miss Mary Fleming Mrs.Susan
months,after date I shall make Beaufurt DUtrict.
application New bark
.\ Said interest returaed to bv G. R. SIX VERNON W. ,Dlerv.. mans
me Cumelia
f was Finneean. Floyd, H. H. !
the Hon. Judge of>Probate fur the County Dec 15 tf dee 26 30.
Fairbanks, u being a part of a twenty thousand Fleming. Mrs.Julia '
of Nassau for Letters.
Dismtssory the
on estate BriE SAVANNAH.A.
HawW., 1NUh'f,
a. : acre grant confirmed by the Supreme Court to of.George ,Higginbotbam. late of said Administrator Notice. G.Gad..w. .
County, Brie EXACT.J. JuhasAn. master. I
Moses,F.. Levy,. in Alachua eocntj. Rev C. E. Gibbs Jiff
creditors ; Fanny
THOS. C. ELLIS. deceased and all persons having demand. against NOTICE is hereby given to of andpersons ; Brig EXCEL. C. B. Smith ma.trr.Jsht

: :. Sheriff I Tax Collector. said estate, are hereby required to present them entitled to distribution in'the' Estate ef Geiger, Aaron'H.. These ve **Isare commanded by aweexperienee d
Francis R. Alacbu"'Cou".drc.aDd
i! .Jt.! NewnansvUIe, Feb. 27,1846. properly.attested. for settlement to S.ndwz.l.aa of Hitgi.bosbam.Jam.. HMM'Dwa William ,who will reel every rxenioa MiPaMiiger
JOHN HIGGIN BOTHAM, Admr. seal) persons who may; have 'any claims or comfortable-
aa .
1 f.. ., -, - Feb. 27. 1846.. 6m demands whatsoever,, against or- interest_ia said I UL HiUiDb_L_._ .A__.W... .Hr". ....H. w w .will tail .Miadnalfv, a..tn..J'uses possible.Thev _. .
j f''. IIUIS9oreaaa eaerna's aaie. Estate, that unless the same be exhibited or asserted rrrz1na.awm.v. n. n MMino, Mrs,oaran 9. be- towed -bt--.' -
within Hart.O.nan B. H"pkins.C.). Benj. 2 to sea Sfeambnat.
.= First Monday j. April. 18 6.t NOTICE. tbe of two years from this 'GEORGE
}' BY virtue of i writ of fieri facias, from the ALL Persons having,any demands against the dale,they will be barred., Persons baviasT claims Hnf M, )fr.. Hopkins, Francis Agent Jar

.office of abe Superior Court for the .,', will please present them within and demands against Ihe.&I&1..re requested to Hai..,JaiaphyLassere. Bertha can be secured at Sr. A...

;.\:t it county of Leon, Middle District of Florida. Union "sixty days for payment, or they.will be-debar present them to abe'lnder4i;icned.without delay. L. plkatHHi to B. E. CARR &

t 4 Bank, plaintiff! ; ,and William IYyaud.ndant ; red.IIw,. BENJ. RATCLIFFE. JOHN J. SANCHEZ, Eugene Led with, William Jaly 15. 1845. co.

'.t I have levied upoo,and will expose for sale,belle Lonjwood, Marion co., Fla.,Feb..27, l8C6. Administrator.Newnsnsville. Lewis Capt. TM..

'r; I the Court House dour In Tampa, HUIsboroughcouaty E. F., January 2d, 1846.Administratrix 'M. rsusrccrvs

.J, ; within legal hours all. the right, title and NOTICE Notice. Moore, Dr.John S. 3 Milnnr, Dr. Thomas 2 OF A. NEW DEMOCRATIC PA
.,a claim of William Wyatt,to the following described ALL persons who have had suits In the Superi- Moore, Mrs. Wm. A. McCormick, James
is hereby creditors of and
? ; ..' propel ty, to wit: .or County Courts of, Duval County .will NOTICE to distribution given to in, or having per Mat Abraham McDermot John 2 THE SOUTHERN JOUR?{

; f.\ Edmund, Anthony French Pereen. Harriet, please come and pay the costs. which,.may ,be *. claims demands against or interest in,. the any Estate Morange, James P. To ee Pilrttked ia Tallalauee,
Emily Alfred.Mat Pug. Toad and Austin,negro grout them. Otherwise they. will; be placed in the N.
;,":1 of Fleming Bates,jK, Uteof Alachua undergned ptoposee to raLr'
r;'., '. slaves; together,with four or five acres of SugarCane hands of the Sheriff Jl'coU
r..". ,more or less. Also, land lying south of the all made out regularly and taxed and approved by within two years from date they will >be forever P. to be entitled THC Social** J
'r, Maaatee River, south E. 1-4 of S. W. 1.4 orJe tbe Judges. They are therefore now ixtcliont; barced. Persons claims* demands Pendarvis,William 2 Parsons, Am..)" 2 To'be devoted In Politics Uteiatore.
having : or
'.. tion 31; township 34, range 18, sooth'and east; and i(collected by the Sheriff the.cost of the Sher against said Estate, are requested to them .."-. George Philips A.Jacluonj tare, the cause of Temperance andgenerallv.
'-' east 1-,.of N. -,section 31,township 34range iff will be. in almost. every case more than the without L. present Newnans- Packett. Aaron U. Parmenter.. Mrs.SarahS. :
delay,to rich, Esq., [at ,
: r. J8,south and east. Levied as the 'r neipaL ISAIAH D. HART. Politics .
upon property rink East Florida,].who is my agent and attorney : In 11.."Soolwra Jdmwir
'WI.. of said defendant to satisfy said writ of Len facias.- 'Febrtary6,1846.4t'' Clerk. rue the transaction of the business 'of tae Estate. Stone David Starratt,.Mrs.Margaret itself to tbr southern, school slit sesf.i ikanwa
: '. JOHN PARKER Sheri.t Seasinmk. Dr. Reuben SbeMon. Daniel
t H. 2
.t-! r._Lnit '.,.llt -, -NOTICE. REBECCA. .BATES, Administratrix. .e-------___.. .u.. Li----____ ._ ft .principles. which. ,amnng-- Southern, .
'1.1 .."--7 .v, -.v. ALL persons having claims against.the estate NewnansvUIe. E. F., January 161h.,184G. .I J-T", t/r.A.o.. aa tine State bight Doctrines. .
urt of John, Dfxon deceased.ID..t,present them to.. Starratt Thomas Statx Johannes It will contend for a strict ceostroctttsCnatitatinn "

i. Colombia CeHBtr SheriiT's Sale. I Ii the. subscriber, within two years from this date; I A..aJstrate..lI.ttee.. T. of the United States J bed}]

: ARTHOR J. T. \YIOBTand.DAVID HAOLCMOH. properly authenticated according to lawotherwisethey ALL persons indebted to'the' Estate Charles Thistle, Capt. N.. L. 3 Teadak.Ctatpelie B., the Federal Government was the resale sd

tt.: TS. will be. forever. '. derbeide, late of Duval county. Florida, .Taylor Capt. Samuel T.Ior.In. Catherine p.ct between separate and indepeoJesti

Joan. N. SXITII alias WILLIAM A. POWELL.Attachment. JAMES GREEN, Adm'or. deceased, are hereby requested to make payment Tracey, Hon. E. D. Turner, Mrs. Sarah and that every pawer not expressly ,

;rri Dee. 19.1345.. ? immediately. and all persons' having demands :W.Wiiliam. .' resennl to the States ".fran,.<
:+ Y virtue of an order from the Hon. Thomas against said Estate are requested to present item .. Ebeneaer T. That tbe exercise ro..r"
Waters A.G. any
'!-. ; iDouglas.,Judge of the Circuit Court for tbeEastern NOTICE. within'two this will be in
years or notice pleaded Whitcber.John granted, oa the ran oC the Federal Get
Welling Mr. M. M.
I persons who are indebted to me fer the .
Circuit of Florida will ;
: at public bar of _
expose ALL Ian
Welch John aMrpaiiu, and should be checked.
t .' .- sale, in lto.t of the Court House,in the town of of .Negroes, will please come forwsrdriitd'psy recovery.HENRY: DAGENIURDT, Weaver, Dr Adam T. TheMStMjtbeni .
Wester Samuel Jnuraar will contra1docariae
I ::A; : Alligator, oa the first, Mondsy fa/April next, within. their note., or they will be. placed in the January 16, 1846. ,!m Administrator. that the Federal Govemmeal
JNO. i iIM
a.: egal hours,die following.perishable property ain hands of an Attorney for: cdOft Now friends, M. PONS, P." M.
Jacksonville.Jan.3d. 1845. money the people.of the Stale
: : '. tacfaed ia. the above entitled.cause.m--O esor- come and pay, for I IlUN1 ca that lbaft-DO..I. ,NOTICE. by the '

: I. ref horse, saddle and bridle,one:two horse*waggonji.nda ,tcrsne any onehot.those.JMJt ..must she. ,paid as /SIX' WEEKS after date, J will,apply to the SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE t- td:iris"terms,express of'the grant eu, aader.the. alabork*. !

'. small hock.or. Hqtwrs, groceries, prsniaiot'S. / you all know- ,they. do not J belong tame, but. to an .Hon. the Judge of 'Probate for ,DuvslcouitJ','for ". '..81 A.firstiae.Aesv.eef>80,1845. ) It will cnat that "Tariff' shoUJse ,
'.i "'aicl dry goods 1ef +n.. : ISAIAH D. HART. -" fetters of Administration on the rstste-Gt"Ealber, Notice to'Owner .T VswMerTejedlt |. for'heparpse.e no of RcrcwK"ray

11 ,. FITZPATRICK, Sb'ff.'Cof.Co. Februarys, 1846. '4t i Hsllbrook.late of!county,deceased. .Privale"CIaI_s, i ( the except nece Mr .
of aa i iministratinn
> expenses
!'n! t "-:' Alfigator, .> 20,1846.ColHtaBla -, T_' a. .NOTICE.ALL *' January 30, 18"., J.,M. PONS. fTIHE SurvejorGcoeraU. of Fl res pert,u k of Gwvtrnmeat.

; -, persons 1 Indebted tome are requested to NOTICE X ly informs those ronrtmed. that be has [ It will opfwaVthe appcnprtatioaofisfj ,

iI" .CoHatjr!.Sheriff1" Sale. sad settle. w'we some bow or'other, OC the 4th day t-Julj. next ,easoing, after furnished the Keeper of tt*>Archives at tlil-place, of the..uTihe, PahKc Lawls In sb.S'
WILLIAM MIDDLITOK,, 1 either by}giving sue :the si wih. Diagram, '{a which is delineated Tbes .W1
r ll money or new note, orliquidsUngtb date, I will annty to the Hon Judge of Probates. plainly in. some of the leadtsg***** .
I f.:' vs. alias..Ait achtnteat. ,!I Q:ntI, or at lion.lot hlnl. la a for County of Ala hua. for a final discharge from the districts ef the several, Surveyor,.as assigned eagsgv the atteatioo of the Swuhers

stI Joss N. SMITH, good humour at.roe,or ill as they may.please,but 'the.Admioutratioa of the Estate of Lewellen Williams by their contracts entered into wkh my,predecessor In reUti.n to the aftirs e(-5'

.,WILLIAM A. POWELL.BY JSJS all'events came aid something about this,. : ,(late:u ail County,) dec.. on the 28th day of Jnly last, and within Journal .iII. o. ralic..ad seff *?,
:. virtue of aa order fromthe, Hon. Thomas least they should be put in the mill., F. 'A. UNDERWOOD which they are about cnm.neinatlwlr....._'' ey of tb.Ikawlerat is'Party.. Wii "
: .., Douglas Judge of the Circuit Court for the : All persons having confirmed claima a
:r., ISAIAH. ,. D. HART. AdmWsirisor.Newnansille within those strife aad the bittemess Mf a bTJ"""',

:_,9: .,.,...tEtera. ; ... __t_ _C.nuit.+_, .. J.of..Florida 1".._..I.U..will...._sell e.._. ..L.at._public eva_-_ February 6,1846. ' t "II@J. aS"W SVSS O4* a> ww -- .u..n. wu.r iur.rSlaln.a lie, WHO UM cerltocatr nf will "
: .1'OTIC& x A. permit. Thne Ias whs?***
E ". -; Gf'A1iiptor..oo the first Monday la 'April next, NOTICE, : Moires,, ail ia the usual form,'or where a Decree past divided the pnlOic quest miad, .!.'"*.M*
u: N i' ; .itb i itnl Iwurs.' following perishable proper' A. :.I, persons interested,will please take notice. SIX" Weeks.rirt l.t :'i'will appfr to)the of'the'Court (In'' this ni..rk&1..1 made, and diseiss .iancl sefiWL which'are a<* lf*
fi attached in the above entitled cause, i&Qn.h' .d shad hare this day'elected,to take cbild'il 'of Probates from which
I, MK '' ty 11W. lie Judge fot Duval,County for no appeal has been taken or .herf a'final tint que tM n#, ami which 'can, e ss
., rk1.S..Uioa. oneebesaut orrerMare t t of'Hto.V, WellsfateofAlac; sus .Lerers lleeree ,
? '6ie ,,; : of'JtrirajaistratioQ oa the estate oC PHIL. *, of the Supreme Court of ibsrUnlteil wish. *mrtical
'f Jlrf", : "L: T.. FITZPATRICK :C Co.t : 1 county./'deceased,and that.1 shall,at the next ses- IP:.FRANK, late of'said county dee .States basbeen.given. n certified mpy'of said final will | statesmen ; aalfMly '
permit to uoregirdciX
] ( .4 # AUl 14, 1846, .1 fit he;Coort of Pruhates, ssld.-eounty, to '\: : decree ia 'the pass
.J ; : l lpcorcb.. commence at 'Newnaasrille/. .February 186. isA'AG BUSIJt usual formf, from the Clerk of the f rcnl upon.its.attention.,
M. *a Monday I. and -
/a/ Court, certiorate of He
t Judge, Ale. will be Tho"
he.ressary oMthem Jq.r.nrr-
Levy CoHHtr SkcrlaTs Sale.' the stkdatt ofMarclhextafucdata,apply;to bf ve NOTICEt.L persons,entering::land sire ,anil the establishment .the field II

v : ,Mndy,ilk.May,4846.> die satne lOt sp.n' to.me.. .: '*_ '" ,- S .'D, b'OnDt'DOnlin &-.we.w. b,'.virtue of''i.. beginaJag cornera required,tnetiable| the'VYJof of tee' ry TueMay* frr,annum.and r fmhc payaUe l toDNar rocntihtl aN lJioi'w
:: .TlLL.Jpe.soUoa.the:4th..." of May.next, MARGARETTURNER. Fernandex 3960 acres respectively toley them down, ,
eorr"1..nctna Tbo to > owuletn .
.of knd In Mark j .e unilersigaed a s< .
Ad.'s..nd E.'F
late :
o' wio> of coeety, ia'Towaship 13 '
T"Y between the:hcMm'J 10 and 2 olctitfvllowfi' f report to this office,under their .
; : 4T .J.c4aJbo of Oe'D.aw.1 tbi Lots r' C G.W. Wells;deceased." I ..datal tbe bate 'sad range 21 East,:of tbo Meri-, .Those pcmvt,hatincUiras heretofore*. i > .secure the aswtanea ia the ."
.: :NswmnsriHe,Jsn.'16b. ,'.1846. If.- dJaaiAo m oa the SpaalAb plot hanv sureey mem, of an lti Imelligrnt ftik '
f.Laa.I.. 240, acres of first-rate and 5240 acres of t ; aa MooHj s ed, are faforreed that the'.ftn.fical.01" the
.* LaMa vrhe with
mode; l-.J' eoftnexbNi
and about Marino ;
and Ah hue
: : tB&d iiii'Lieii;of w toed'.tsi: wdl-sulthe is j( counties as amouatlng t I''i\ 'VOUNaMANfr6mThiUdcphlsrs..wih.! w.. kido HallY+... huadreiU..".been commence. sometime la January.WASHINGTON.
., ,4. Ae for the 1845 i iDcluHiBg atl r ,. :'W.'lImbtfCJtot. in this office for
'', os sane, jesx JrJLWa sUualion as'JVtfdUr la:R private faroilyior b'uf..< lywjf several years,.waiting their BRj
pertoasCrom r
."'t. 'e.."< .- sks'artd cbrjos.Said*liaat .are-.Ina.4, :] oewwylflg say wbe. trek, application and, receJpt+ % .
Ckr>"flBtM'Co"f > thereforthey Talf.hais..27th Dereeatwrvl445'a
: su oieot -
; too pMstegxwsaid.I '. ._ ,<*4 '
; ? t -t'7".4 ,
__ smUeg, Sawaftce .Rirsr; andHerron. :owned, noested local!or '
'. '. -., 10 weeklyeipensei, all that,wilibirequired THOMAS lend an.order for.ihem witJio
_.."., -S aes. "V.'D.,' 'ANDIEWS; >'t f Address,.ELFTON, st"this office, or tBroojh :.,. t. ,&.:D.FERNANDE2E LEDWITIK further.ufluecessarrdehy. .' 0' .' lJID JPJlJIN' ll-
"iI' '" .j 'fj I
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