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 20, 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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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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aci $ : reqcU.1te ani may be aaceruined, I do'ofthrowing'sperriia The pcciuljadaje is to stuff cold :: \1
cr ttr t\e.,itb the adverthement.titl ., in.old,Miss Blannehan's_face when i i G.;Stt; ?* 11 ih* eagle! change his''plurn' ,_, ."' "Seel"! observed my ,chatty: ,friend, and stave, a cough. How rare ought! "
,, not marked with the number she'sgot ..TluilfI&t, its hup .the flower its ih r.e is opeof'th& handsomest
1Lt bloomj noblespritecj \-
d'CI'I'd.t JMftt the coughs to b<: ,in the workhouse bow '
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,.... ...,aired.m continued untilforbtd by Nance, swats she'sguine : 'Bat fellows' in'B ; ;
ties arnnnd tte-wau young now den.H .
j.ertit'ftl. were span : -- colds '
(Ii: J to the : scarce among Aldermen \ "
petition! Leg sIatut 1
'eII% ,.j"dJi11';jjj be charged for all announcenclDJIJItti .. them in this 'State she to knows veto 'riiat'cot1a; ana would'and.weriiiuZoe"Many is losing, and mark.the power of the JVb Rule without an Exception.To .
for niEce.f cause horrid vice.m deforming ;the first/features. ,
evenings have not'elaps d'sinc'e'mus.ic comeliness countehnncethe .
tI Month : I I el0 00 there'll be a the pos ,
tnt Six rumpuss .
1"t'lit .;\,are.Df(! n"d Credit !.. r. r 4000 and children'as'Jong amoijgst as.they are women in ( with i : .i its voluptuous swell, xe.soUndedone make the' Nay,. have, seen .it, and it can session of. a; nasal organ is ,essential.i 4 ,
. "1 l\ Leuewa Administration 5 00 of saioo and"Bn'gh' most beautiful. woman's face How beautiful is the
for OQtpubbc face of nature '.
tilt Mclicitioo notices will be n crted .gmuij&ifl thecountry4ont think it, ,constitutional ._ look absolutely"ugl ." This 'last ,observation ; 1i
: and brave look in vain.for. her'nos '
iTAU: myself fur .them to be allowed lamps shone o'er fair. woman. emed.to yet, we ;
JI t' *! gdoutuble! personal communications will '- men*'-' attract attentionof Jj Valuable' Receipt. :* j j
go .pr wlingtbrough1h country: ,' people's the young, near Us for / t m
ii tdrerusetnent woman fairand brave party one Keceived'of w\fr.Punch ,his Almaaack *|
fences aye, as men as as
Job Printin .must be paid onthiotk wont stand the. ladies .
berr AU biUa ror : enny more young being again solicited '
.for the Yeat 1846 in full ofullde'
lillcJtbewrr.I k. chance than, old Maids in, ever assembled to ,pay court to Dame tbjoinaneiv,8et J, ,
marrying ; 'exclaimed with, '
e .mud .be addressed mands. '
eommonicitions toDrilm'
>:TAll times. General Jones' down here Terpschore, It was on the.occasion, of ...... "
vas : 1011'
_BUZARD. polttl$ pd4. energy, "Not for the world! 1.detest Taxes. ,
: Irtf tother day, and.him and my 'wife, ,helda one, of our public halls, and all! that gayety ,cards,. and I will detest' them 'U "" A' 'it1J" ;' '("t
c:::: and which. as chelors who keep only a combwaiter : .
VENETIAN vivacity prevailed are so
!, ,THC argyment about the matter, tell he long as hive, though' I had
A'.'* "Jal', ", fund and fair, got so mad that he,did'.nt drink another; peculiarly characteristic of elegant intercourse become fond of. them and very'netrly she dnot'p( fth usual tax upon ser.. '.
She lord<<1 a gondolier, as vants. ., .
and'refined New
in 1
!loved her Kings to bear drop of liquor e wholeevening The society spoke,, she bestowed
Who particularly complaisant Directions for Railway Travellers. '
Orleans, In that sefof quadrilles dan f
dIP.stilly air, :, General tried to make Nance believetwant look "
Upon .. : upon_ my little neighbor. If the seat be, vacant (
ced the opposite ,
e. Over the deep Iagure. a varmint, but you see the old dark-eyed Creole of the lan- The case- of the alluded yours .
be nidnight moon look whose young-pan to rest your feet upon it, especially should {
There guishing
has read dreamy move.meats was.
woman too to be,gulled evidently .
*. Her silver.path display'd; were as graceful as 'the undulations becoming 4esperat.With .- your feet be.muad) The elbows make j| >
" il A jth for lu.ru made: easy. I was right,sorry the G .n.. got of the evdltime in trembling hand, and looks of min capital scrapers, and the back-cushiops L
I. Bat. sh that light so mad, cause I thinks a heap,on: him. wave at summer gled..rago' 1 terror he '
was well for As
soft and bright, ; in this, the blue.eyed girl of the seeking ,answer very mats. you pay ,;j. *.;
? So and have Ilton
his side at .election for his last piece if he had "'I '
every here
one, first-class fare have "
cnwed shade.But a right to first '
North you ;
t. ,.oineiime yet. enny man more shame and in that '
fear, remorse accommodation.
IUYe'r.-do not .. I''
Trw the moon forsake the night, ever seed, and the Lord knows I've run tion.. Asa general rule' the dresses I look, his,honor is lost too; lid is paying' Never enter first class carriage with i i-
faultless fashionable
least tfere
Al rorbenvi-n hath sitherligit aginst some ,munstrous obstropolouscolts were at they his last in part what he owes. Were! your largest carpet bag. The porters !
ri For a faithful gotidofiei.And. in time-Jake Suggs hit .mea and great taste was bestowedon that winni neighbor of his I should
my the of hair. Of the will, perhaps, oppose this; but if you !
night by night, more far, slockdologer once, that put me, to male dressing the not like him to'see me'home -nightI ,- give them a knowing wink, and make: j

The,nudoli..rwuuM atrAY: sleep for a whole week,but I jled him members presentit is unnecessary saw an expression that, I know, from a playful allusion to the late Mr. WaIt. j
Allured by that soft lay to speak at length they were as
over the next time I saw him, and gin any ; long observation here. It is
Aol l lit by one bright star. ; and even worse ken, they will see that you are not to be t
Bolder and 1 holder, hr, him sich a slashing he aint shuk hands leather neat shoes spruce.kid as polished'arid patent than despair, for it augurs danger to done.. You may then thrust .ii in bet '
Over the rounding tea with me sence, Hoop, whenever I\ gloves, \yhite others: he will not die without a strug tweed the knees of some passenger'whq
I'UUIM lh.l witcliing strain; thinks of how sarved vests could make them But among gle perhaps fearful crime." '*
: Sally Oakey. me i a That has already comfortably arranged him t *
nit! tlie 'lovers the fairer of the
But, |am portion party'"there.wnsone ,
I feels like bad had .
once, psing language. unhappy man married rich and self. &
Whrn to tbf'!shore, whose evident with Jlt
With! wenry war, The Lord. take ,a liking to that woman, unacquaintance fashionable woman, already imitated in A CuriOU3 Fact.

He ....,y turned again. she gUY me the bilious, head ache for city life, and apparent; unsophisticated the fatal vice. She had married for You pever called to a waiter, when he

S. But ..till IIP k.t| gu"d rhrrr" a whole month. You, see John I. sorter artlessness, attracted the attention of" what is called love, :but it had not banished was leaving the room, but he answered .
For #o fair aprire, raid he, more than one "looker on in Vienna. ,
had a notion of courting Sal, so one the stronger passion, To the "Coming sir."
[ till nUlllt bolder br! She still in her
rt O! frftrlr, gond" ..r. Sunday evening I dykes out in my ,best into was womanhood- teens- just verging woman who then loved J him he owed b.II Great Curiosity. .

I niold! and goes over to see her. Arter chatting his preseut.ruin,,and:she,_too, was thereto Shortlv will be exhibited. at the E 'vn-. .... ,
At lenjih ricgrrw - -- --- - --
That. when the *.tflrmtuld rise awhile, with the old folks about''' "A rose with all its sweetest leaves yet folded." witness it. A splendid beaQty and tian Hall, a young man, 24 years- -----0.of age, ,-1;

1 ..\nd r }loft *\ere the kie.", craps aqd politics and the weather, &c.I Her dress was such as a Parisian mo- reigning toast not long .ago, she was 5 feet eight inches high, and a native f :,
'ct A<.uu ho Ifp h* new, lets destc would! not turn out and though still
axed Sal to take a walk. Arter ; an object pursuit to the most se, of Middlesex. Although this wonderful _

S..kiutht When. i.reiI mtuttdt gitting about a mile from the house r somewhat awkward, she danced not un ductive and abandoned of 'his class; a young man writes an excellent hand, :,'

t fit.tfcadly! Inp.sta dangers raged.ooshr nrnunil) told her that she wur the prettiest gal I gracefully. The fact is she came in gay Lothario of sixty, who, long scorned he has never applied for a Railway share. ;....:,

fur I.r.t* held ut nHight, I ever seed, and that loved her onporsi- from the eastern part of the State to and now thinking conquest sure, To Careful Husband '

Un!.,,... th) charm bly. Well she tuk this very well.- pay a visit to some city cousins, and was insidiously inviting the ruined I There is no frequent cause of catch c: "

3 I..iv That.*M tvrf-.i't lI"r"rcll.i re.\k l '*,arm nliiiv, brought.- Then I began to sing love ditties, sich; they, without much making up for the man's wife to play. She has nothing. i ing cold than standing about. _Bear ,;:

.r j jti! urni.ll.n'rr.l ., ht-nr, as "Old Dan Tucker" and "My Love occasion, prevailed on her to accompany See, he offers her gold.. this in mind'when walking with you ;;

4p (( MOM* I..hf I.IHM ..,.... nympli, nt last, she is a pink blossom," &c. to her and them to' the .ball, for; which they had Her eye is directed towards him she wives down Regent Street; and with I,* F'i*

I For Lii| *HI-M limvrly |nit, soon seed she wur gitting as happy as tickets of invitation. Native beautyshe has ruined ; shall she venture shall affectionate solicitude 'persuade then) .**
; itI
I 1 J. i".II"r
> pulluiit fimliilitT. ef she Meetin. Now wanted npne, though she certainly not loiter at the windows. 0
wur at a Camp she save him at any price : him who she ro shop
; [FOR THR NEWS.] thinks I is the time to pop the question- stood in need of that easy elegance of loves ; then, perhaps, more fondly] ,distractedly Instinct of Animals.

LETTER OX GENERAL SUB- as the city ladies say-but howsomever manner which intercourse with refined than ever 1 What a moment So great is the generation of the :

JfcCTS. I thought I'd ax her to kiss me furst, society alane teaches. A proud penny- and a decision on which hung impending Horse for the 'Inventor of the Woo4 .

BLACK CREEK, Feb. 30th. not remembering, at the time,that old less, would-be member of the "upperten ruin and death., 'or dishonor.-' Pavement, that, he scarcely ever cross:. .

Detr JohnOf all the rumpusses Father Smith had preached a special thousand"noticed her in a dance, and i Could she have seen that the card .table es it. without going OD his knees.Palpitations. ) :

you ever keen tell on, I reckon my sarmon aginst it at the last protracted : looking at her through his 9ui;zin would have brought her to such a:moment -, !

wife has kicked up the biggest down : meetin, and told them all, never to kiss :I glass, had the ungallantry to remark in how would her soul have abhorred: i. Palpitations of the heart, occurring in :

here iti the &' ulemcnt. You see she I enny body but old folks, so says I Sally an audible tone of voice, that "altho'tolewable the thought of play.: that mere speck' young ladies, may often be" cured by '

uis down to Charleston tother week, my love wont you kiss your darling good-looking she is the most which had slowly and gradually assume, sending for the Doctor; but. H is frequently ,
Jobl Murder! as soon as she heerd ignowant' awkwa'd cwetaw I have evaw ed to call in the.
and seed and heerd mare'n I could the dimensions of a giant. Ah she nec essary Cap?

vrite in a month. -Now you know Job that she squalled so loud I hat she jarredme seen. rejects the golden bride j but she puts tain, and, in some,instances, the,Parson. "- ''

Sykes aint the min to be skeered by aStf'amooatBlers clean out of my Sunday shoes and "Hush," said the person to whomehe down a crown piece. It is her lat. The English Empire. '" ,

\ busting, don't sile busted my shirt collar wide open., Gol! spoke, "that is Miss from and, she wins. With a .forced laugh, "The son," it is said, Hriever sets on. : .

h Lighlii'.ig rods and Elephents ; ly thinks I, this woman's a shoutin, and the only child of the richest not the happy, ringing |laugh we have the Queen's dominion." A Frenchman ,
aint a pictur to him, but by the everlas- t reckon the neighbors will .bjnk .the planter in the State!" just heard, she handed to her husband says, the reason; ,i is because ,the sun is, '

tins his sensibilities has bin ,considerably -' Injun war is broke out in a fresh place. "Aw," said empty purse. that al- what .she had just won He aro.se, approached never seen in England at.all. .

ris, by heering his wife tell of that Jeeminy I, had hardly thought so before taws the case, I should not have any and having placed it in her ;."

All-Bred varmint, she seed in the Carcus I felt something spill on my head' objection myself to rnawy a plantation reticule, hurried, from the spot. Her LOVE AND MADNESS. .. ";
ftt Charleston what the Carcus that felt harder than a brickbat. Contrive and a hundred negwoes. D-n me, followed his receding form and I The following is related by a corres >,'-, .,.
people eye ".. "': 'c" '
fare lately brought idto the country- me if I ever was so skeered in m'ylife I shall engwage her fo' the next set. was so nearher that I could hear deep pondenf of the Cleveland (0.) Herald' : : :
r the When Misshad finished her Loves _a very pleasant thing, they ':''
consarn my old shoeef I hud'nt rather thought sure sea sarpent- drawn"but suppressedsigh that shook '
n-hip fifty wild cats than to heer her (what I had heerd so much about),-had 4ance and taken her seat, this gentle her whole frame, as if it ,came from, say, but there are some cases in. which. J' ,fJ

I mention that creetur mesmerism. The struck me But howsomever I began man in search of a wife went over to the inmost recesses of her, soul. A it Is'pev re. 4 friend of mine who i!. .

hair rises on my head whenever his to spit'In my hand, thinking as how I'd her, and'afte.r making the most obsequious small heap of shining g ld.lt where gifted with that easy address and win ;

Dame are mentioned, and I feels as cu. hit him one thumper any" how, whrn' or as thought' polite bow, he she'stood : her eye rested' on;it, there ning manners, which never fail to please. ;, .

rious as I did the fust time I everheerdthe Sal] .collared me and looked in my face, asked her hecould not have the "plea- was a large prize to be thrown for in a the better portion of creation,,was en: r1;!':

puffing and racket of the slocomotire venemous. that I went 'in a trance shaw" of dancing. with hor.in .the next lottery.,WithJier last gains she bought' deavoring to wile away the tedious 4' .1
. hours of a on the<< Mississippi
and did'nt wake more tell sUjper set ? ticket. It The passage ,
Injine. My wife says he is the enny a wassoon over. crou -j
most terryfyingest looking animil she time., When I waked I smelt ass feti" She replied. ,with 'much ingenuo'sness, pier ,announced the happy number ; it when he observed a fair one sitting alone
camfire .A8tif I wur: :in' "certni1 ly, for in 'truth she seemed to her hands. One upon the promenade deck. Attracte4'
ever read on, anu Golly, she's read the ta and as strong was that.'she held in subdued and ;, '
her lady-like
hymn book from one eend to tother.- a Doctor's shop. Hello says I to Sal's like the amusement. for uplifted, one gentle folding of the hands ::by determined. to make appearance her acquaintance. <:;..A.

She says the Sea Sarpant, what folks daddy, who was standing me,' what Places were ordered to betaken towards heaven, andr.with a look of ec- The allan* inherent in .. :
used has has there. ',bin a thunder- the' next set, and he led .out the unsophisticated I stretched a rr" )
to talk so much about, aint a wax happened, tasy can never forget; she Kentuskian, rendered this an mat '" ;;"
Jigur to him. What in. the name of gust, or has the sea sarpent gotten into ;heiress. She danced with'gr them forth to receive the'prize, and:she he easy. ,
and as expressed it bad 8001 ',: '
ter, ,
till'about the middle of the : }
I sed this I .
at spirit
the settlement. as, .of followed
ense could the dratted folks have bin was gone. A laugh scorn "planted" himself in her good giaces. ': J
heerd Sal snigger. in tother, room, and figure, "when/she/ abruptly and precipitately her while a' gleam of -
thinking about to fitch such. a sarned retreating steps, Two days passed, arid the steamboat < 1.
dander ris to such a pitch, that I retired to herseat, leaving her and mailce shot I i. )
dfeery thing over herd Fetch their my disappointed (rage and friend flirtations had beers f-: \.i
iides ef my wife could get her hands on like ,to kicked all the. kiverlng off ,the partneralone in his gory. across the features of the wily seducer, progressing my a spanking rate r"'They ,.{, .. ; ';
them I bed. Immediately raised right up and He was,thunderstruck-could not account whose .] pursued thus .
reckon she'd make fur long prey.VaS "
for ; '
fly- : had in the words orCJeve :tn .bard ; : ,
J hare' said loud soSal -coujd heer..me that I for such conduct: for little as he snatched of his -tfinwort/fs' ;. ,.oJ. ,
out ,
L. '
ot seen the old woman. so wrathy grasp 'T a I"'. ..1.It r:murll.lp. .r I,.'w'fe.-. _d"__
for had
.30 a month,.she's bin licking the chil- bad rather kiss a monkey; enny time, gave her 'credit knowing, he f tig zirie.* 'Ori'ii'g* and lf Eair.OrCu j '

aren ever ence she back. than one of these shoutin w mcp.' That not'. anticipated) that she would serve MM, WMV MMWH W |- .!'."dilrll a ,turtle. di.vei>; :-. ; _.' .
Why '
came I
It struck her! And, Golly,.she was as pur: him,such 'a. ;trick r as .'tat :Following "" -. .rrltn.Dd..III Hat art!", ,.. ,'
seeIn&to aint me that these Carcus .people lite, arterwards. as a Fidler's 4ar er.- her, over to.where.she,sat, he addressed The 'Value.ol1J ing.-Orice' on a They: had passed_ rapicjly from tne' ;: I-

tie! Semmowl pot enny more purliteness than You.see 'ohnl' knowed: how to, manage her in a tone,of displeasure j saying, "Ma time a French doctor came to Damascus state'sympathetic, through the romantic ' Injuns what skelped the whhJier 'dame what 1 'attribute ndtt to' seek :his fortune; when he saw'the 'arid we, fear advanced( in the pas? ::' 7'.
little' her and was a mitey big bug, may :
infants during the 1, : "Thisis feeliB ,
war.! wun- ,Seated her side
4ur _. Cuss taint the such as 'ybu have just b guilty oil luxurious .vegetationliusaid ai nate. by ? '
t3fCongriss ,aint aguine,16 pass act utter bat.sc'ape. .with me thenvarter You:accept mei'o' a pawtnaw,and then the place.. for me, plenty ,of fever.: !' that_ then, it ev ry .s ,the accept .7/;** .

tginst had them{ E f they dont, Brockjabrough all best; way But _let to'get me advise along! you,never to'attempt in,the vejyy middle of the dabcewun. ) And then' on Seog'the' abundance, of time, 'he,urged .his.suit in passions.J ian'. ,.' ...-. '
better never come to he said' "More fever-' no place
my ofifand leave standwingjn thef middle water,' guage, piling metaphqr upon methapor .
pa e tgin, fur, ef Nance, gets bold ufhidewontmakeshs. to hold_one of these W.'DJ,wneo, ; mawk the srieaws like Damascus. When he entered'the' "with 'forty parson power," until her -, ,: ,,,. ;.
:"of the
Old woom a
wro bfj IjTance they,git .in their shoutin!,. hold nt um8.,Pol .Giv- nndlatbtMVofiYWyOIIIfl, the tvoom$", town,, be asfced (the: people, what; is sparkling eyes and heaving bosom told ."'':.+{...' .' ',
to .
fII.s there was another v rmint'in the Father,Smith' axed' me }that 4Jlasn ?!''said 'she, "hush,"' putting this building "Abathy1 '?.And what too well that his eloquence was irresiirtible. .
enough 1& ,
. 4Urcttiat Charleston, worse, than ibis, ins tother Sunday. Nowamt! .here :Ifve, just her.hand to.his, mouth. InY bustle isthat builoingV1 n'Abath." And- that .. At that moment, when. his,ha'Dpiness ';.. :

'and which) she heerd a, 'Minister, preach: make aPreacherswar, andsthe juu .,httchtd up foupd to qmtute'f'-Jr. other:: buildingl"v"A) .b th." :"9M" was'.about,to be crowncd.bis visions '."'"*'
letter all '
a long sarmon aginst, they called ):him; got to. the middle l of my I : ', I exclaimed,the phys/cian, "I was mist- 1 of bliss were destroyed m:old \: -. .
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Frenoloy.! Cussm'e ef he's worse than steamboat has arrivd, HowsomeverI'll Q..1y'4. SI loi. : t lien-.-these'baths' will ke .the bread .woman\who seized the object of his adoration ... *w..:

Mesmerism ; ef L liad'nt, rather'x !LIsglnEt send you what,', I've. already writ". I dont. *A;Je ta'rer'at Ijelsea', i an evening or out ,of my mourhrlmust: :seek teyerpractice.elsewker& exclaimingr"Drat -. .- '"? :."%:i/#

a cannon ball or take, a fist keeD' tothe r, .baJC "t 11\nex : time, two sincej1 uport..-i introducing- wifeamong -- the,raon, the ,roflwn's .raad a*, '*

fig11 t with a,thunder .gust ,than cum. inufiiim. : 4ou i!. vUAsple mud !, yJ'"ppg... the" auditors i remarked ;that,' as' Mardi hare; lust week. :.she .filled Her ;.b_ ". .

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,tqJ ignurrent Uthe orla to yncje n&tC1I4aiut nun Job c'Sykef :.would succeed\ bIi-$6S") rPwVMore ,. "
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'J 'li.1' 'IS .W ':s. '1'heluilowing'singular fact shave betn ha* the, right to put' its' own construe ent feeling be exhibited in behalf of the, ; retiir 4aa i fee,

elicited "' wotk t6os'to- whose interests 'and of,the.,Army it
by andavyand
% in the case by' a publication..,, re. ,tion upon any treaty, and to meddlewith 14\'
JACKSONVILLE MAUCll 2U. IB46. II.. "it js'd; led.'! reasons, therefor, ia
properit came up c
-- -. cently made by order_ of rhe governmentof ,the, affairs of either of them,forever 1fi
bold relief the boast Mr.'Sevier,' expressed a'wia'
This stasds in to
H Buenos Ayres. It appears! that Mr.OUSELEY afterwards. }'is certainly) as novel: as.. "' Cultivator" for ,the Hon.. mover would 'suffer ,jt le Ji 1 lie
made the "Albany
the agent of the British government it is interesting to the American pub- by over for a few days, which was. ,

,'arrived Buenos Ayres'some lic. That this third, power'should February, that it received nine thousand to by. Mr..Dayton.

.. time before Baron DEFFAUOIS, the sume to itself the right 'to dictate its new subscribers in the month of January Air Semple, reported a bill from "-,"

''nr'V. learn from the Tallahassee French minister."- In frequent inter own .terms and enforce them at the pointof ,being one thousand more than itreceived Committee Roads for on Post Offices and 1'_
1845. ,How extending a post route
"Sentinel" that the Hon. GEORGE_ ,W.MACRAE views with the Minister for foreign affairs the bayonet, certainly .anew,feature January "great Independence in Missouri to the p?,?
I President the last Territorial .otbiStiteand. also with Mr." in the law of. nations.-. ..Letus keep the contrast between. the support. 'x eJ1- fic.4 .

Senate and )lite U. S. District Attornpy BiiENT/our Charge affaires' he declared this in mind-and, beware how I we call ded to, the" Northern, and. th.*. Southern. The Oregon question was t4k
t Agricultural ,Journal. ',We. are 'confident at one o'clock. and Mr.
for the Southern District, has that his object was merely to arrange upon any European 'power to'act'as ourmed"ia ) Dayton ,,. ,
t Florida woul at length on.the"subjtet..
been appointed by the Gocrnor: of this ,peace in the State of .the Banda 9r in any future difficulties. At no planter! In the House accurding to'order
the small subscription tU
State, Judge of the Southern Judicial Oriental, that he was friendly to Buenos lelSt"ht us bewareof, employing Great ; ever regret giving this'valuable New Jersey contested election CIIe,*,,
$1 for monthly, and
i Circuit. 'Ayres,and that he was anxious. to Britain or France. considered.
I: trusi that it will not in future have rea Mr. Runk, (whig,) it the
The "Sentinel" remarks that Judge settle matters before the arrival of the s.ittlag81em.

MACRAE, is a and comparatively Fiench Minister,on account of the great CENSUS! OF 1NABIOP COUflTY..! son to complain of wani of encouragement her. Mr. Farlee, (dero.) is the cot!
young From the returns made of the census from our new State, tovhose tant., '
newman, and that he has mingled little jealousy entertained by England of the 'the majority of the
taken last it that the total is Committee
appears benefit its attention di on
in the political strifes of the Territory designs of France; This he repeated ,so number inbabitnnts in the County of Elections reported i in favor of the ijt.

or State. Much is therefore to be ex frequently, and' it is so well attested, rected. ; .. ting,member. The. minority in'for

pected from the impartial manner in that the' further conduct of England is Marion, at that time was 1475 Of ((orr..pcrudIt iiri* of ih Cii rr-..i.irtWASHINGTON C..rif'rt: of the contestant.. *

which he will discharge the duties of inexplicable, except on the score of wan- these there were: March 2. The question may occupy some aW
White males over 21, 247 According to the j3lbion, the new 1 I-nm-glad to-setMhat the'HotrcejLassigned |
the office U> which he has been called. ton aggression, and the bullying spirit '
; under 21, 281 policy in relation to' customs', duties, 'af dRy'in April,'for the con,i ...: _: We trust that his appointment will give peculiar to John Bull. Mr.OUSELEV, White females 21 180 will be sustained in the House of < om- of the bill for the establishment

I satisfaction to the Bar and to the public in the conferences above a'lluJed to, referred -over i mons, by a majority of 50; and it will, of the Suiitbson Institute. The neglect
under 21 239
' generally. to the present delicate positionof probably t adopted by the Lords. 'If of this trust is an opprobium upon 'be.

Louis:.Phillippe,and the necessity the Slaves-males, 288 so, this ma be,a bond of peace. The American Government. "
females 235 schemedepends' for the VY.ASiuitGTON;: March
success upon 4.
(E7"\V e'perceive'that the Tallinns- French, government were under, to divert '
,Free colored-&males, 3 continuance of friendly relations with Mr. HayiYOod's speech on the Ore.
sce Sentinel, has in several instances, the.popular mind by military dis I America. I gon question is the principal topic of
females 2
p in quoting articles from our paper, cre- play. Of such a character was! the war I The severest storm which has been lem71rk to-day j it'was a very. sensible,

dited them to the Jocki-onviljc "States in Algiers, at present carried on with From the returns made at the same experienc: d for a long time in this vigorous speech, not about vague geo

man." Will the editor of the "Senti- such useless expense,. and so' little pros time of jthe amount of taxable property neighborhood, occurred between Friday erali'ies, but in regard to the position

c nel" permit UK to remind .him that the pective profit. The troubles with Tahiti in Marion county, it appears there were: night and last night. The sr.ow driftsin of the President, and he dut_ flf the
Of 1st rate land, 11,798 and about the city, are several feet Senate Oft this'question. '
Statesman has now been discontinuedthis and Morocco, are also parts of the deep, and upon a level the snow is four Mr. H. maintained in substance t u

three months, having been purchased same policy. The military spirit of 2nd rate, 54,2943rd teen inches deep. tire President was'bound by good faith

f by the proprietors of the "News," France must be diverted from civil commotion rate',. 3667 The Union disclaims any knowledge to offer the 49thv, and to adhere to that

i and tl'at) he will oblige us, by giving to by the glories of foreign conquest Slaves, *: 552 of any renewed overture from 'the British offer should it come back to him; much

I .Free men of color, 5 Government: in relation to Oiegon,. of his speech was 'in reply to the re*
in future the which and Montevideo has been '
i name already
appears ,
Cattle of residents over and the_, prevailing, $ opinion here is, that .markffof, some. of the Oregon. party,w o
the of I I' -t !
in the
: at juurnal. termed "our
our colory" by deputies the Hntish Government not be in uaa ueciarea, tneir reaamess to go to
in No. 3062
-- French chamber. France eagerly coveted 100 head, I haste to offer any thing. Mr. Calhounon war for 54 40', and who had asserted
BRITISH A\D pnR\VII (!OYQEjT8IN : : Cnttlc ofnon-residems, 450 stated. whichi that the President could not and
a foothold on 'continent "f America Thursdny, an opinion, would
MOL'TU AMIiiriflU.The
: interest which i is excited in and it was the desire of England Money loaned at interest, $ 162. i no doubt, correct, that the British not negotiate for any thing short of the
Stock in banks and other Government will; make no definite offer whole of Oregon. The President Lad
.. the public mind in regard to the war at to circumvent every measure whichtended 350 until they know what will be the action said nothing which would prevent bio

present raging on the Li; Plata, calls to the success of this Je&ign.'fo .- corporatinns, of C onSltcs. from accepting the offer of the 4tth.Mr. ) .-

for some exposition on our part of the procure the pacification of the States Merchants stock-in trade/ *l 5790 An important movement was madein IJ. con ended mat the President,

f cause of this singular event. The people then involved, Mr. OusELEYMr. BRENT, Taverns I and Innkeepersin the Senate to-day by Mr. Dayton, t'toorfuron the 49th, and he Mr H.pfa-

and the Buenos Minister enter- town, 1 who offered n resolution, that the President red himself upon the same positiouanj
of the United States loss Ayrean
t are at a :o ed into which Carriages and Sulkey's, in value, 580 I be requested to inform the Senate would maintain it. lit speaking dtis
: understand how En ; can be leagued together in a war concluded when Baron DEFFAUDIS arri I at the present time to increasethe that he did m;' count inches. and Lathe :

: against a small]) state of South America, ved. Lawyers incomes, 100 Army and Navy, and, if so, to give meant the 49th substuntia.] Uut regarding >
Amount raised by taxation, $852,01 34 the if variation ."
: reasons, riot incompatible with the slight .
and to those conversant with the farts The arrival of the French minister
public interest, why it is In thf tnoniinz hour, n report wu
necessary ;
: of the case, it becomes a matter of still changed entirely) the completion of af THE SOUTH NUN CULTIVATOR. the resolution lies over. received from the Nuvy Dvpirtinuw: la

t "greater surprise, esperiilly when they fairs. Mr. OUSELLY and Baron DKFFAUDIS We notice with pleasure the receiptof 'I. Military Committee, reported a regard to the defence oi the Lnce; !

,! bear in mind the continual professions entered into close alliance, nnd dic- the March number of this valuable Bill! 'for the organization of militia inOregon. b'one debate took place upon a re

of humanity and moderation avowed by tated conditions such as would be spurned neriodical.__ __ u._ ____ The_ __ contents___ __n_ are___ _*':_ port* tu print. 2.;;OJ)am ncld m itollal_. copmof*. .
r Mr. Breeze (tie nriiiiu'I' ol the (
nearly i report uiiiim siouerof
European governments. by a tributary State. The fleet of Reports of Agricultural Societies.
in support ot the exclusive American title Patents.
' 0 The foreign aflaiis of the Argentine Buenos. Ayres was seized, and the port American Ingenuity. to Oiegon, and, in the cour>e of hi* I la the 1I.zsthIA- \\-Jersey contested

J t, confederation _re conducted by Buenos blockaded. A sanguinary nnd disgraceful Cow-o 1 og).. .. I ".t remarks expressed the hope, that not election casc'was sued! by the:adoption .

\ I Ayres, the principal state, and the Goi, :I wai was commenced, which has con- Domestic \\'inc. an inch of the territory would ever be of the: resolution reported by tie

I ernor of Buenos Ayres is treated by for tinued up to the present time. And Horses. 1 relinquished, nor upon the reason: majority: of the t'oamiitteeof Election,
which we had given, for no: agreeing to wit: That John lC 7nk, the sittiaj
eign Governments as the President of what is the pretext advanced by England The'late Memphis Convention. to arbitration He declared !hinj.seli: to mumutr.(\V.iig,} i U cntttticJ: to hii sear.

the Republic. The small state of the for its inhuman and brutal course.A Ornamental Trees. be in favor 01' settling the q ioii;; by The vote-on this re Cluti01fVI!.AJtS

Banda Oriental lies between Buenos treaty had been concluded in 1828 Culture of sweet potatoes and ground! compromise proposed !by the gentleman 9o'; nays; 90. The ptaer! gave hs:

Ayres and the Empire of Brazil, and it beiween Brazil "and the Argentine confederation nuts. .t from Ga., )lr. t .01'111111. HIs tirst .. carting vole it* the affirmative.
choicr WAS that no notice should be given I Mr. Saxvyer. ofO.iio, mn has long been coveted by both, although by which they contracted to Southern Independence. : il '
at all, but he would prefer qualified explanation in re a.to a decnp
its independence has been recognizedsome recognise the independence of the Ban- Sumach. ,' ', ",'. to It naked notice, ant! he would sup" lion of his mode? of lunching- daily."tl

years since. Its capital is Montevideo da Oriental. But England acted as Subsoiling. :' port the proposition of the Senator from two o'clock' at a certain window behind
and! it has been, before this war, a mediator in the difficulties which led*to Useful measures. 't', : Ga., (or the sake of that hftrmony of action the Speakers' chair. The paragraph

point of considerable trade with the this treatynud: OrsELEYon, the part Agricultural 5.Implements. .' : which \vqs desirable in regard to was read by the Clerk and created much
our foreign relations. merriment in the House.
United States, and also England and of Great Britain, advanced the very Hay and fodder crops. Mr. Dayton, expressed the opinionthat Air Brinkefcholfof; Ohio, moved,bat

S France. Not only has our trade been novel and singular proposition in the Appropriate Manure we should get no better offer from tho writer of the article (the t reporter

;. injured with Montevideo by this un- Laws of Nations, that because she had Ploughs and other Farm tools. Great Britain than we have already the New York 7Vi5une,) t-e excladd

; righteous war, but also with the friendly been mediator, she had a Tight to dictate Calender____n___ _for__ March_.____ ___f ._.fee.We __._ &c.__ had, unless we gave some valuable from the Hall hereafter. This \"a W'ied"eaS'
equivalent. It might be intended to : 119 40.WASHINGTON.
i.. government of the Argentine Confederation her own terms of settlement, and enforce notice a suggestion that some- sacrifice the Tnri ; nays,
I us an equivalent.He -
: and it remains to be seen how them at the cannons mouth. The government thing be done in the cultivation Su wished of'tll things to see this In the Senate .March cro.i,
to-day, a
i European machinations: have effected of Buenos Ayres remonstrated, mach in "South Carolina, Georgia, and question settled, as he was willing to was, assembled. to hear the great remaiIide. (

J' this, solely for the benefit and support and the British and French agents replied especially in Florida" The crop of this make sacrifices for the 'sake of peace, of Mr. Hannegan's speech.

j;; t of their worn out: ina.itutions. by capturing the fleet of'Buenos product ih Virginia, during the last rather than incur greater sacrifices : in iMr. Spreigrtt,. introduced' a Billfo

I .- It d'that it for amounted to 700 tons, being near alternative of war. He spoke in favor the establishment of a National Armor}
I j At the time of the interference of Mr. Ayres. was urg was year of an adjustment on the basis of 49, at Mnssac, 'on the Ohio river. ,

4 OUSELEY the British, and' Baron DEP.J' Brazil and not for any other power to ly one twentieth of the whole consumption and suggested that \vecouhl give Great The Bill granting public lands tol tie

FAUDIS, the French Minister in the affairs interfere or object, nnd that the coursef of the United States. The Virginia Britain the navigation of tile Columbia State of \tichigan, for the purpose of

t of the South America Republics, ; Buenos Ayres had been perfectly Sumach has been used. it is said, in torn limited time, or perhaps give her' inteinnl improvements was taken tip,
RIVERA held possesian Montevideo: and justifiable, i in aiding the constitutional place of the Sicilian. That raised in British down had navigation given us of of tho the river St. Joms., as the' and :;Ur. \\1 bridge spoke on'the sub
2 ; was in rebellion against GUIDE, the Constitutional government of the Banda Oriental the more Southern States, would be still Mr. Haywood, of N. Carolina, took ject AIri wood- 'rerntht
Hay resumed his
President of the Banda Oriental against a parcel of French outlaws m better. The product in Virginia is stated the" floor, and the. senate adjourned.Tho on the, Oregon question and'cpbke newly

who retained the other portion of Montevideo. The answer was the block- to be from three to five,tons per House occupied the whplcday. tnree h tn8. '

i"' the Republic. The State, of Buenos ade of the ports of the La Plata, and acre. The Sicily Sumach sells in the withthe New-Jersey contested' electioncase '' Mr. H. repeated .to-day, in strdnjte'rmShis

' ; Ayres, in accordance with a treaty of the commencement of a war, of which Northern markets for $50 per ton. We sion.. without bringing it to a' conclu. .' declaration1, that thePre: j

f Alliance with! the Banda Oriental, had the sanguinary actjon on the Parana trust that some one of ,enterprise will A communication received in dent's1'vietvS had been misrepresented1
here'by those who*had 'uimdertakeutspeaI
I I ::': furnished troops to OeicE. at' that time forms u disgraceful epoch in the historyof make experiment of the cultivation 'the Senate from the Navy Department. for.: him, 'in regard to his poSJUo.
I I'* and France ofhi's, article in this, State. We doubt 'in compliance with n tasolnljon i
: ;' besieging Montevideo, then defmtlcd! civilized England c King : on the Oregon question and that !

I principally by foreigners, most of whom This is.the sum of the facts in the not the advantages we possess in.cli for a statement of the 'effective force' oj I:' President's manifest intention' tU

;f p f were French, yet all' acting under, Riv case, and. it remains. ,. for the people of mate, will make it a mot profitable pro.dilctio'n. the. principal that the maritime total: J' number powers.()ships. It appears "incthnriiTsion compromise As to %lr.'upon'1'olijuiit's' 49, 'popositiO bi
.; -' BRA' authority. Thin' << city, the stronghold -* the United Stales to say whether they in'the Navy of Great Brit -. 'opposed rit for'many reason.(, which h

' i of the rebels, was.; upon the shall tolerate such barbarities upon this In con'nectionVith our notice" of this in is 371, guns 4,718: The number ""aveat length-!.one'of" which was t

1 : point surrendering to the consti.i continent. ,England wages a sanguinary -' priodica1tyufeej, U our, .duty\to publishthe .''now building' '103, guns for which \villJimount it appeared to him to insist upi'nCO0;'
': following paragraph which to3.168-thje number of vessel pronii between the 49th aud CUIU'
: tuted authorities, when the English nnd war"irtftlie. Eatt,-France murders. appears lyingin: is 197 '
ordinary gun's 9,981. -oia river, 'which he himselfcouW (
in this
March'Dumber ,
y 'French* ambassadors in and the.Arabs of Algiers by, ho usD d ...-, : ; Total': l vessels total 1 gjuiis 17.77$ ,
:, S step ,_ pro- "*-The ti71"-.t : : agree.to.. When' Air. H. condodtd b.'
''r. .. long a war, as disgraceful as it is disastrous they botl;, unite, persecute.and,bully publishers of this work without .The'number of- seamen employed i is remarks' t
-. desiring to obtrude upon its friends, 27,500-the total with' ..'..,d 1
over'Q small and weak South Americrin boys mariaflea Mr Hd
the interests ( ;he civilized
to o
; ;.., deem .i it itue to themselves. ,no less than amount to 40,000. ,
: : world. Professing t3 be actuated by State,- arid'yet they, have the. assurance ,to aU[>)iofeel an intprest 1&:1.: jie success 'rhe.totol number'of'vessels' in upon"what' he considered: v?
commission had
'most e,
,;: .. c : desire promote peace, OUSEIKY arid to speak of the .ate annexation of of the paper, to. .state,that, thus far, ,the i iu'the French service iV.187. heard extraordinary inv his life. speech wUhed he 4 P
He to
,'- : : : Baron DEFFAUWS declare BueoosAyres Texas, an act proceeding from the citizens patronage extended! to,it., is, wholly;) :.inadequate .g t,n s 4' 1O f-:.. lIJ! ir 69.tu" s' loa'winch question! tathe, Senator:, 'from N- pu,

:[ ".- -', .lo.be in a state -of blockade, and on- of Texas hems, Jve-af on un- : the.to actual,tits support-:nott.sufficient. 3,500'-lving. lii. qtdinary: '60,' ;lie had J reduced. it to writing .C"j.9

" ;:, ,. tnence a sapguinary war, for which ihey, ha'dif, outrage, nnd' as an. evidence of to. pay! expenses. of publication guns !J 125.: Ttn1of&l ''vesset_ '32;,. SeimtprUie-auihoriiy of the Preside
3 "2 "
the spirit; of of the U guns ," -men 27554. of't the,; U. 8' indirectly, *
robber J people directly or
., : : : .can .extend, no excuse- and of which 'J'he publishers have no appeals to : The numbor'of'guns' 'our is ; !
state that he
] the countries States.. rnakf' to any;. they have entered upon1a 2,329 f .. JWASHINCTOK'Marcfc compromise
1 &| 1 be, ,mutual jealousies of : ; Oregon question uh 49thlMr.
: ..reprlJeJ&nd"' the' Tha, principle nbv? for, 'the 'first.'time' 'contract which they ,intend to;'and \ .J 1
I pF thty respectively I .- 'will, fulfil to the I letter htht>' ? H )'woollhut'' 1 bare I JUJ
,t ;j::4p:. : : i'/Y troing desire, of European powers to advanced'by Great Britain in-.this affair: "of the', 4th volume, : ,. That publication done, In the Senate\id-d.ay. j\lr. Day ton'sresolution will print. \\ hat I said on ibis sbj
PrpsTdeut '
_.. !'r foothold ,American, 'soil I.- is. with Buenos Ay.res .\that'a third : their calling on Jhe for 1 wrote> for ,(anld ,it, for fear oft .
on ,
.....ft! :..:.."', 'tan., a ,: power c.o tractcease and will not.certainly ,his opinion! 'whether I
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_........t..AD.1- what fee wttMHo. jl;WQuld, .fit.t.",. # c : :: gentlrnan, exportationpfgwii: froin'that p ,.&L-= i flTfnnoard! ; ihsttheRepb! '7k .siMed that ow..
present-OBcof JPrpfessors! Tt
'd or threatening .floticehAd been ,posted uj no longer existed aacTtbat:the annexa.._ Ia; of air wteka etc eM.Jt&r
}e'D1f1AII _I construe. the answer. Woodward College of tlis, ,city,,:tad intimatt&g. that the merchtnts : .
,.. '$ ) stores tion of Texas to the Union was complete.Gov deed caildraa Imve faSea vittiawScarlet ..'
brother of the U.S.Senator Y lee
1otoa negative.Jilt. fronFlorida wonld,be broken the ;if '
'k'at"llltor up b/ people, an) Henderson's inaugural addrew fever notwiitaUBejBf tibiae I'.
; .. "
ttL..t i
have already eea1red has also had his
Bar.ood.-I :I namechangedby fanner exportation of corn was attemped is conceived in a pure spirit et. patriot ,. eiWu ..f the most eiuia.tj
Sena the
the or Ohio
that was aba Legislature of to -Yulee .
: ; ; ism.i .....
to prOve The author_ is impressed with i IC aneH Ha pr8Ir I. ;
g nd construction. n. : and will hereafter be thus designated.There The enlightened peasantry of the west profound sense of the responsibilities ol( -(, ,

AJea- I the Senator assumed to 'are some interesting circumstances of England are in a sire of great alarm Texas member of '
as a new theU&on The fat case deatytat; er.
Mkr.r. the president of the U. State connected with this' 'change, at the report of a figure riding about'th ,and orhimsell', its her first executive officer : lady, who discarded her )lever, Mt .

Sfc dij not speak upon his authorityI which it may not be inappropriate, tc country on.a white horse, 'and predicting fn due time'he will recommend captain i *UIff ia' speaking of o.e,of
hat '
mention time.
expressed this We
I guod eet0 deny nt gather them that "the .disease will be on the measures for the' action of the Legisla his rWagevhj*. said that Hfcftjfi*
: President. from Richmond : .
of the the (Virginia'Enquir wheat next year." ture, as he'is required by the Constha- the shore. : '. '
thit.e est tt-I call the gentleman ere The grandfather of Mr: Elias Levy, FRANCE. tion. He concludes thus. .

to rder. I object to any discussion I and o. Senator Levy, whose name \v\s AVe have Paris dates ofJhe'4 h. The "We have this' day fully entered the PUBLIC MEF.T1NG.

ut .be opinions of the President Yulee, was the First Councillor, of the correspondence of the Morning-'Chronicle Uniqn of the North American ',States, At i public m-rtUt hrl.<| it Mflm. otf tford.y. -

fie United States. No mau has a Emperor of Morocco of those days,- says : let us ,give'our friends who so'boldly HthM.rth. 1849. fnr lU p-qw of w*.

bring them here. The son.of the Emperor engaged in a The, new convention for the advocated cause and i.iInju.' habI. i.yii.wj. eiudMiste (nIMIt.
: and
ritbt 10 snppressioQ so nobly our Gft""... .;fthe Di.lli"D .
C HM .rdwSa.u
"Mr. \iien-I do not ask what are the conspiracy against his"father's life and of the rightof search, gave rise to I i the'friends of American liberty, no. reason rid, a tfftlftit.N,of.ft., .. 1b.-Ii UD 'modn.. al'"' OIL''''

,JplDIon' of the President; I ask the-au- authority, which it became the duty of.; a long debate in the Chamber of Depu- to rQgret their efforts in.our behalf.Henceforth .J.C..PKLOT. w,.r,. nppointM I".Len. .:

thoritj upon which IS opinions are sta- the ancestor of Mr. Ynlee to check and' ties.. After clamoring for six months I. the prosperity of our sister forG. .,.Id .f5t.tll' .fl.r rt .iISA<< r.1f' ',.1Ioft '.

punish ; and in so doing he was compelled for: the.merit of having'forced the Gov States. will he our prosperity their happiness rPsaTIi.'d. .COOPER usiwl iepun.4sh.which nomin.tlon....mhlttl'JAM.

ted.Mr.' Hsytrood, after stating that he l to throw the priuce, into prison.- erment ,to put an end to the treaties of our happiness, their quarrels will by tha me 'tinj. wtin Cici4$4

did not intend to be brought into an alteration !- Shortly afterwards and." I''while the latter 1831 and 1838, and after repeated declarations be our quarrels and in their wars we CARTER.. Cbtriasm.. .

a pealed to the rules of order was ;in 'confinement.? bo1d' Emperor on the part of .iu'organs that will freely participate.! t W.- M. ITCS.JIOMAN. S..r !1.1'. "
and Jenied'tbe 'f-. any one to in- died, and his 'son went from the prisonsto the, new convention was' all that wasTe The; inaugural:ball was.. a very brilliant CATHOLIC. CHURCH.On .

tcrrogttehim, when he refused to ans. the _throne. His first acts were to quired to vindicate the honor of France, affair.
Sunday tn. 22H tiuiant.. tfw. ,ft... Mr. E.
further questions. cast his father's friend and adviser info the opposition in the French chamber
aUf ,
wer AoilUL. will dm .
fulfil UM( lIow' r..
k Mr. Hannegm, said it was not necessary the same dungeon, where he died has all of n su.Wen discovered that b)' The Tallahassee Floridian of the 7th I lions ohM Cutholie vnrnirv Church: "

for his purpose that the Senator shortly afterwards, nnd to order the the new convention France is in a worse inst. says: The Commissioners to settle Thi. .
C..I..bnli"lI id f ib.,He4y Miu.7,o'clock, ,
should answer any question. In reply' confiscation of his estate. As :the so position than before, an;! that the,treat- the Boundary between this State and
A. M. Intiraciuin fur 10..'cloek.
to the Senator, he would say that there vereign's will was the only law known ies of 1831 and 1933 were infinitely to the State of Georgia, will, we learn,' J..unC penpUi. at '
I Instruction finr bnih suwi oM 1
truth in ma- and no meaningin in Morocco in such the be that of 1845. Geo. J was no ,cases, family, preferred to meet at Bainbridge, on Tuesdaynext ti'eluck. A. M.: Th iJminKfrttion orB. .
language, if the President was not to save their lives, were forced to flj. The convention of 1845, by merely for the purpose: of entering into a.ll1. : ,
in.,at 4 P. HI. TrmTrti and Ipifmo
committed to 54- 40. He had stood somewhere beyond the authority of the snbstituting the plan of verifying the preliminary arrangements for executingtheir
ti"n '"t h*lf.pn"t 4. Instruction f
it before all!) the world and chance favored! their for the vessel has The Commissioners *ircuor.dp.1i..
committed to new Emperor, flag that of searching respective trusts. .ra.... a...
since 1844 as he went on to shew from wIth an escape to Gibraltar -Soon afterwards not entirely destroyed the means of detecting on the part of Georgia are Joel .
MQncJ.y .nd .. Man 7 oeoekvA.
bis Cincinnati letter, his message, and the father of Senator Yulee, the'trade in slaves, though it hasi Crawford, Esq.,, and 'Colonel Cooper. M. Instruction Tonday fur; **r. at 9, !.. '

other sources. If the Presiden1 should then a young man, went to the Danish i npaired it. Those on the part of Florida, as we have 'fau"ll'f'Orte. a'
*mrucitnn fur.1 l at 5. P. M. Instruciioa for c.Inr.d
torn traitor, and betray the standard I Island of St. Thomas from thence to '!':.e slave holders and advocates of before stated, are Gov. Wm. P. Duval after .
people tN.
which was committed to him, her for I Cuba, and, changing his name to Levy. slavery are disappointed in their expectations and, Gov. Jno. Branch.. We sincerely Jar.knnville. Mnrch 20, 1846. '

jone, would resent it without fear or hesitation. to avoid persecution from the enemiesof and they arc now getting up anew trust this question of boundary will be .

If the Ptesideut should compromise hi* family, entered into commercial crusade: against the convention of speedily settled to the satisfaction' of all MILITIA'- NOMINATIONS.- -

the 49th l toe would be business. Y. born in that island 184-5' the ) that it does f&fi .
upon = Mr. was on plea not parties. C3:: 'The irrad.nrMaj.JAMES G. COOPER,

sunk into an infamy so profound damnation and eiuneVilh.. his.parent lo this the wishes of the Chamber, which was pnp Mi* ..nd nominate him .. i candiiltie far tbf' .

so deep, that the hand of resur- country about the time of the c' ssionof, that the 'national flag of France should. Naval.The following, we learn, is 4iffire'nf Mftjor G neraJ of ih. ecu.4 diti.!*m of Xif

rection could never draw him forth.-. Florida the United States. He is, be again placed under the exclusive surveilUince the findin of the court, in the case of Florida Militia, cumpritn Ea.t em) South FlorV* '

Mr. Hannegan, made some still stronger I perhaps, the youngest man in the'U. S. of its officers.Fronitlie .' Lieut. McLaughlin :- dll.D7
Th' Frien.1 of C"l. JOSEPH S. SAN.
this character the President Senate. 1st.: That Lieut. McLaughlin was P.ot
upon [ New Orlrnm Pim\mie. March 3.] Cll"; prnMHM>nml nnnutmce him .s AnndUate I
: when Mr. :Mangnm rose and called LATER FROM: 'TEXAS.By entitled to the pay of Captain, for anytime f.r th.* ,f5,*. *'BrirK'Hrr Grot..,al of the Founlk : .

the gentleman to order. FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EU- the arrival yesterday: ()the steamship of his command. Bri-iide of Floridn Militia. '
2d. That there was most inexcusable :r Tla.. Firnlis.rJOHN M. PONS.propc**
Mr. Hannegan, snid he did not intendto HOPE. GalvestonCapt. \Vright, we have ,,
l him oiodidit rn"lhe office of '
no' nnnoiinr i a s
in the of the
use language! disrespectful to the Senate By the arrival; on Wednesday morn- Galveston dates up to the 28th ult., and extravagance purchase ca Colon-l ..f ill.. twelfth Regiment uTFlorfdn Militia, .

; but, said he, if the language nnd I ing, of the packet ship Toronto, at New from Austin,. the seat of Government of noes. 03-TlM-: Fnn4anfCapt. LA\\..ttF.NCEIYAH.It''I' .

sentiments imputed by the Senator York news has been received from Eu- Texas, to time! 20th. 3d. From the conflicting testimony, | 4e nitd Announce him .. a candidate for .

from North Carolina to Jnmes K* Polk, four later han the Cam- The "Army of Occupation" still remained they are unable to say whether there office ..r L"uu'n"nr.CcelOl.e1; of the twelfth Regiment -
I rope days by was waste in the Hospital pepartment ; of Fli.rid. MiKti
ate authorise1 then Jam K. Polk had Christ as
s bria viz the 7th of February. \Ve encamped at Corpus ,
but they are clearly opinion that there Th Fri..ndcnr NATHAN NORTON > .
>poVen words falsehood and with the late the 19th inst. There were ru. ptapoa
make from the New .. S
up our summary in the Anti announce him si candidate fur the & of
eat expenditures .
tougue of a serpent. York Herald Extra. mors afloat, that some of the reconnoit-- was very g extravagance Misji.r; ... .h.. twlfih. Raiment of Florida Milhia.FriendMfcf '

On motion of Mr. Evans, the Senate ENGLAD.The ering parties sent out towards the Rio in that department. UThft G"'nernl JOSEPH M. HER. '

adjourned to meet on Monday next. Oregon Question.-The packet Grande had met and had a brush wi I h 4th.: That Lieut.IcLaughlin'is high SANO :Z. prnp.e and nnnnunce htmaa ,s Cii.'f i
In the HO'FC ; ly reprehensible in not acquainting the dif".Ii.r .t.jnr General thu ecnad DivUioQ of :-.'
: a motion w: s made to Yorkshire which carried the the Mexicans/ but these reports were
ship ; out department with his necessities, Florida Militia, colI'Iri.iItC East aad South Florida. .
re-consider vote on the New Jersey proceedings of Congress on the Oregon not credited. The publication of the< '
that his
contested election but with- Christi Gazeu is to be contin- prder extravagant purchases
case, was arrived at Liverpool in 15 1-S Corpus of JOSEPH
question, might have been obviated, by affording ICTTh: Friend Co'nn.l B. LANVCASTER.
draun. ued after the jemoval of the army. unit him C .ndIoo
days. 1 he news by her excited great 'of : ftruJ'ltse nnnoance II. a
t Tlie River and Harbor Bill]] was taken interest. The London Morning Chronicle AUSTIN, .Feb. 18th,"1846. the department an opportunity supplying .tat, fur; Briradier Geor i a) of the Fourth Bri&Ma.
them. JV. Y. Herald 8th inst
and Floriila Militia.CT .
up debated. Xo action was takenon regarded the delay,of the Senate of Gentlemen.. -As every important occurrence -
The Friend of Cnl. ISAIAH D. HART.
it. the U. S. to take up the notice question,, in this region, in the ,presen U. S. Senators.-General Houston rrnlNttte. and announce him an a, candidate for. ,.

\\WASHINGTON: arch 6, 1846.Inte'1 as a favorable Onen, indicative of-a determination interesting crisis in the affairs of Texas,, and General Rusk have .been elected CvloDcl of the Twelfth Regiment of Florida MUICT -.

!!f'n"e iust received by the To- in that body to act cauti- may be presumed to possess considerable Senators from Texas to the U. S. Senate :. .?. I V

r01ito. from England, is considered ously and deliberately. The President's interest to your readers, I will proceed having each received 51 out of 56 : The Frif nd* of Captaia E. D. TRACT. -
hijrhly Theartide of the Lon- and anniHiun him at n candidate rdf'I.'lnp"MnrC..loa.1 '
pacific. of the pruptHM
recommendation respecting Oregon, to give you a synf'p..is pro votes. They are both probably on their '
; of the Twelfth Regiment of
don 7Y.'': .vof the 7th February, attracts Chronicle: says, "will not and cannot be cecdings in the legislative halls of the way Washington.. Florida ?.1jlitu*.

much atte tion. It gives due impor- regarded in other light than as a new State during the first days of the ,
any Col. Wm. C. Cook is a candidate, CTThFrind::: of JA'fF..5v.. BRYANT, '
satire: to the position: and influence of hostile indication." And if his recommendation session.Gn at the of his friends, for F.IIq.. propn. and annminn*him aa a candidate for' 'S'- *
request repre-
Jr. Calhonn, both as regards the Ore is carried out and the notice Monday, the 16th, agreeably to sentative in the U. S Congress from Mnjnr nf ih. Twelfth Rojriment of Florida Militia.. '*%.t5" -

gon q-ie,iion} and the tariff question. given, it must be the signal of Englandto the proclamation of the President, near- the Western district of Texas. Jckstm'ville. March 20. 1846.PARMENGERa.

You will R.-C by the papers and my prepare for war : indeed. the Chronicle ly every member of both Houses had '

previous letters, thnt Mr.Iavwood's J thinks the two countries, will be arrived, and proceeded to organize. In La.tt from Santa Fe.-Advices have Per U. S. mail steamer Santee, from Ssvsiumib. ..
at war
virtually reached St. Louis from Santa Fe to the Mnrch 16th.-A. J. Debra, H.Tilman. Dr. M. -
lentirms ofShe President, have been poi.itively is given that the joint occupancy of Or. lar favorite, Gen. Ed. Buleson, was elected 26th December. All was quite there P. Moore ami S. B. Letter.P '

denied bv Messrs. Alleu ant) must close at the end of the President tem., without oppo- ..
egon )'earjmore pro The writers of a letter of that date. r steamer, Wm. Gattoo from Smnath,
H anneiran! ; but it is perfectl evident, especially if'our Government be- sition. The Speaker of the House is '
says : March l -Mrt.Barrett, Mrt. Aodir r>, Yft Ie.
that the two last named gentlemen now gins to send in, its emigrants to build the Hon. \\1. E. Crump, of Austin coun- "The New Mexicans have generallymade Win. Barrett, C. Andrew John Til man and G.

Mieve them elrt'!; to have been dereiv- forts and stockades in the Territory, as ty. After the election of the clerks &c., up their minds that sooner or later ,\lid,.,.'n. '

*d as to Mr. Poll 's ultimate coursp.T .- is recpmmended.The the only other business transacted was they must come under United States -- ._ 1 InLIRILu

e menaces which they now hold out, Times of February 7th expresses the appointment of joint committees to and have, determined ;, INTELLIGENCE. -
will i)) have little effect, for the ultra Oregon elect and inform government, apparently .
opinion thnt the "notice" resolutionsof u-uit the Governor ,
an upon to take it quietly. Were the PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, MARCH .. .
party has been found to be a very the House will eventually pass the him of his election who reportedtha United States now to send a show of a --- -I -: .
feeb'eonp' in the Senate. the ARRIVED. .
that if he had fixed Thursday, "
Senate ; goes on to remark upon respectable force, the whole country .... .. .. '
i Barker, Kingston Jam. .
The !House after 18th. Biir Virginia -
; some debate and the U. States 19th for his inauguration. After the .
granted it should, both England North or East pf the Rb del Norte 1. ,.::.;:: .
to :Mr. Farlee. the late contesting o ght to remember that "the year of House had elected the Rev.,v m. Mor- would' submit without the slightest re masters Sale. ft. ,

member from New Jersey, pay and notice'is a'year of grace, and that it will rell their chaplain, and the eccentric sistance. The people evidently expect, EASTIRH CIBCCIT or FLOEIZU. ':

mileage till the 4th of March; and a pro- be an indelible blot on them if they cannot Senator Williamson had succeeded in and I cannot but believe hope, that the /. CkaneeryF. \ ... i- --
position to grant the same to Mr. Botts, succeed witHin that period in reconciling demolishing a resolution to elect n s 1n. United States will take speedy posses F IIrown.ifrcd.J.Jn l on Ev'cnturnfJuhiil for binhelfeul. s'

of Va., who contested the stat of the. the differences of two great 'States liar functionary in the Senate, both sian. In any event, our business and ..l. creditor*. c*. '

late Speaker Jone was rejected. arising out of a question so unwor Houses adjourned till the time fixed for other relations with the Governor (Ar- Benjamin A. Puinam.. .dna'",. I I .- .
The House fir Amhru". Hull. d.cd. :"
spent some time in the thy of their common origin, their present the. inauguration mijo) and other principal m .n, are such puraiiane..of.n order nftho H.... Thoms.. ,-,.' ''
consideration of private bills and.then irre-Uness, and their future great> General Darnell, the Lieut.KJovernor that we always feel entirely safe." IN DuI4II. Judge uf ih,, .:..t.... Circwt of Flo*. -4 .s "

,adjourned over till Monday ne>s" I elect, has not yet arrivedThe counting rul_, ttinili. srcuDd d.j of M.reh iiut. la,

PAflLIAMENT.Scar.ity of food in Ire of the votes,polled for Governor and Advices from Rid Janeiro to the 14th thfal o, eau*e,will be oJ untleribe direction ftbn ''. -
l'a'a/% Ftontier trouble of the tntMcriber. at raMie .net ion in fruot of th.. ::1 '
brewing.- had 110tjr.eof Lieut. Governor, by Speaker teen received at New Orleans
The land.-Mr. given Jan. have Court H'litte in the city of St. Au ".. .. .*a Wed. '
accession of a military governor his intention to bring before the House, as prescribed by the Constitution by the bark Oceola, but she n****(. t.!twe.o tb0lii

m Canada has called forth expression House the subject'of the famine and disease gave the following result ; brings no news of consequence. The iir;of ten ntwl twelve o'clock 01'thai d.J. .UtliMO a

ofregretin various quarters,and we feartbllt iu lrela ld. The Chancellor of the .For Governor.-Henderson, '8,190. dates from Montevideo are to 2d Jan, thr....tmct* nflatMi described.,(bllww*: All :".:,..,"'w :

union of the civil. and military. gov- Exchequer said that Government bad Miller, i,672. A counter instruction had been'got up ..hlt'rr-t tract. be the nf Uiwl Mm containing more or Ieu.beaut.bei five:she btuuire4"m&aa-. .. ..".' ,

.eniinent. of that province will produce ordered a quantity of maize or Indian For L tul. Governor,-. Darnell. ,4,319; by Silveira, assisted by the Englishbutthe : 5n, portion 't>f n tract of fifteen htuxirrd acre '

*"ous results. The last Jfbgaratiironicle corn from the-United Stales for. the use Horton, .4,271.Yours country throughout, with some :"u.t.-d tntheMnl Amh...*.. Hull df"t......... by

narrates several attempts to of lr lund. &c., PAOLThe slight exceptions, continued united the Spjihi-h eiftvernmem on the 2nd d"y Femt-. .

tet up a frontier agitation. Colonel to the Inauguration of General J." P.Henderson the foreign invaders.As _rV'1312'Mtd 1500aCft'hiC ittwted.! Mot* .;t3'.o\ .
-In .
Tnt jfew .Tariff answer against '1ui..,. .t.. place kcown as TarnbolkVf t. ni, *
'ilerby, c illector of the customs at -Fort question hour soon the new duties would ,'Governor elect, took place Swamp,Iteinjg ho SAuihern port 100 or third of..... ." > 'il': :;

** ?, has been fired upon in ihe ,vicini- come'into'operation, ,KoberiPcel uiibivered .' at,Austin'on',the 19th ult., in the presence Texas on the 16th nit. became a I"'t..t-2.d Thre hundred ..sre. of Und Itti9* *. : .

ty of his residence. Tivo persons have of a Urge concourse of ladies, Citizens State of the American Union, letters ** R I ISt rIci' casII.'tI CuIOltt'1 1'lumrr. It n ,J.- R1'q. :

.been' held to bail, on.the American. as soon: as the house' should have affirmed officers of the U.S. Army, fcc',- may now be transmitted to any.part of nn Ih.Join 9th.*. nrttaaly Dee*mlier.!' mnre'1790.>rd by lo tbt Dwaiel Sfi.Mb riamor foeti.roiat ... .
'veil* as the Canadian ide take their ; .' the Capitol, in the cent thatState, without the of
to any resolution it might be jileas-, .in h piazza'pr pre-payment 3rdly.Twolmn4ied arrro kitdoa tbaxefttaidetif ..

trial for attempting to destroy the steam ed to e.t me to, and allowed that refla_ tre.of which was a platform! ornamen postage. 3Qualifications th. St, .John Rw*. hetvteii .he., "

ferry boat which plies between Fort the' Goverument ted with a porcrait.of the venerable,Austin hin'Is orz..Kios ley.M4 Daniel Tjufnor, i gisated, .
be' reported
lion to '
Erie and of San; for a Seiathr.-A Washington IuJaiU IJUflOtb1tIJJfl$4JWI0WIS! *. ., : r ,
Black Hock. It that the national.c-.olor., trophies = .
appears would in conformity with ,.. and bbh If-.w. : "
.no less propo, letter this sketch ,of one of. IWA traru !'l>rin< the nw., :
that five attempts have been, immediately to. permit Jacinto. &c. ., S gives 1.-\m..U..U.. .drtriued. had bu r t u4. :' *.. '..
wade to destroy this vessel-two.by bor- general the reduction usage uf the duties, t kiug the President Jones delivered his yaledictory the United. States. Senators from nro .uutralft.1l7! npposilP Mvndann. "

.?Q?hoi, k through the bottom and three of ths address:' in"wtiich: hecoiFgralulaled 'fTIB'* gtp.:1AIJ.BAN: 1! : : ,. '
that in the eveut :? .
usual $ '
by placing 'guarantee the peaceful consummation '."Mr. 'Colqujlt t is not only ah ,able, t leg- a "' .M'iIIl.rua, IM"I-f! 'I! ::: i: .
large quantities *>f the Hnal sane- the 'country upon ,
gunpotva resolution not receiving and coedpreachVr. Su Auciutio March 20. ,18""t. .S3
!but sound lawyer, a
extraordinary .islalor ,,
In the nWood. should vcatthe :most ,; a. : .
duti Qj .
.. lion "Parliament the old dcidedalent "
'- .
., < ,annals of the world and ._ .He' is a man! o !- :
l"ditm Geuerallaking: ; therefore, in the : Order at C"-1 e n :: .. >
7n>ttA/f. .-A collinion took be paid. preserrhm and industrious. I-tg
the dissoIatioaofithe'Rerpublic" energetic, ..
take eiiect.from tue pronounced PROBATECQURT. .. ,
l'.l re. recently between .two'armed parties the reduction-would of ,Texas with a full .,sense ol 1 .* He i is said to have madeinpneday } : 'ROF.RED t (...t.la.ra rrl A"'i ; .' ;

Of whites and Indians near 1'lul.o- day on which the resolution was agreed' blessing, bededve4 from' i;two tumpJspe ehes.preaihed two 0 .i1Jt"'f"Irt-i ho <..u.d frn, tM"o e .J:: .," : .'" > }
.day, but there would be anexcepuoii ; > the higher > Court a.ndjoined.u of kin or widow oi d/rfffod) .: : -
m Wisconsin. The Indian fired pj' perhaps : : 'Into the 4meiicaD''Union,:and.t ..sermons, argued a casein cpl to ntt .
of seeds Ion merging" Vf '''' .
ttepthallha' vr'"f
thout effect ihude. 'in. the case bonds of .Ii--ny. nplvioffor !
when the whites urn. oimle in theJioly -
thencheerfully surrendered_ the, greattrustecommnitted : ': .. ; C'r ,. 4.iw. ... .bm' : .
tithe \ivhica the reduction might. not; lake elicctuntiUune. oI. ;frO'! fM .
fireand .
killed four. pore DbJge ,*. ; : .to: binK ..- *. ** wedlock !' He 1loQoseAesaceor4mgto o"r".i" ; rl l1. "Id. ..t{ IkkqIif 9fIs.
*nununicaied the facts to the Terriio-1 .' trathiof office tva* then.administered J" : hi* #inoVBother Frr.rt "*, C itIolILrIirr4 lay h.rict .bhksutrrtP .

;ui.Legislature,'xvho parsed a resolution Jffrehendt. Com! ,/ iot.-The' Galway ( I-'' k'fhe:'GOl'.!JieQde D,:by the Speaker qualification far. 9$na.tQt pf the United,r I! ., t It't J.jIt( rsoz, kt' r$ r'rn i"- ..
wiling v'iiidicaioVwjr* 10.*! a lfoot: ? to ....!!n p 1 .,.rt ,.I '"""; &* ,
for : upon the general Government, arriredaud two ndi. of the House pfReprescdtatives: banner .State. 'ToutejhelaagaageoftheaattHonty : L-I_ r.t.I IC ... .. ff'lr r... L ...
& troops to Prolect 'lheinThe I Init 'Light-Dragoons'hf.d ; "d e eaJom its.position : "'eferrecJto/'he.'caajfemb. anyother WM.FA1'R :; i,', ,-i.f ,
,of the Republic ; r .,\
stolen 1ii ndl'mo&zipanes of Infantry hnd! ,, l !' eamajqaan- JaacJp DC ',.,",!" tu.iyo4T...t ._. .
seems, fjnd a .
' previously i above th- capitol, to give place, man wrap :- .JJllI.I. .<-"*-ia *-tfstate %,' '
&*oe % ufldertheappre'; # ; .l1"cI& 13. 1$1I ,31 ,' I" ,,
for ordered ;
r which sued and ip ibat! c titYe4"" c .
. they \vere nor 1 tb ;iheSMurftnd Stripe*, oodVpetUi .. 'p4rI ).
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rrpif fv .It 1ou.y4zAMa, -J846. 1 : : ZLITIIIII Clitcuij'or Fwstt T .A 1Ag1ii'B..y: Florida 1 S. fttfc 4r
irtttf. ( ** va ps. .....
C.the'provjiionf' Q( .KH 'of.th L1I ad 1 : .
.Br>9/"airal Aidtiblt orthI': ; State," .etidJ at r tbk..fihe'l bsold oJ"1l.1., ..f'Het2oelock r'May ,, .' : 'Cnnty: of'IhtvatsFOTTW ,1.C1drtt". s., .'T' ; 'TI (.D critwti"; f 'rveaa''Ir, p .CrfticSt. M..ta.J..ll-' $,.It..J.'.r a

rAD'A to 'rpni; tMiiit1oistt. ; the ijpwe : at : H..aTM'L11117S, I V 'I flnrecen JHLthe; above e.tabIibiYssi11wkhkw toe r"Jh'. ru.J_.*' w: a4 Da** c..i'the
: :tf fiioeh.D* neb,j&e following named t' 11 : Ieo.U
< yi"rfdo" '0i&er; J.:' '-iF b\1Ift. \ : V 'eoarenieoce ad c ommoda_ tKW.whom U.S. If 11II. i' .e
37 l8.4feiWIIi. 11et 1 PattklM tI" freater '
approve ." IAts.1Jf" < '
1AD_ 1mJe'h... 1I.r,1 r.. .
.*- ,< _, Cdsatus TawitwIifow '. .111 ia tfci -,n. ; .
LIAM D...D..MOSELEY Governorof."Jorida.do! : .due tho.ssefarthe' Vear.tnchiftnf* ;all- fleir.4t. *> hs.shor p1f.rli'rnt'kt! aftraef' t..a. '
7 hereby PROCLAIM ih fir EfceUon will"be cOstndcherei on .-- *not. -*,". .jff j U I'. ; I portion; 'of Florida, 4 1icU i Urpalreeif*\ of ft* I Q." MATTHEWS,?" "e&ly, m.
*IWWthe : wife, MiVt'FGiTgatjl, bfictruitlngthat none,-who may ftveKlfai j.w141 If rf ,has. 'be'_n _
: &J9iArJn&ytftfPrilkexi0r P
all W.) 1.2GT K. E-1.4N.- Wl4 & : ofS i .
; \ 4S \
been !
ke V |oppearbyV1d4ylto'V find their comfort f eted.he omuwf br. deck .&:s4 caaiaa VtDcnli
Division; Brigade,'and anythinr reqnisim to. Wf ad h4
JLegimeotiJ of
oeer* .:;W..;,J .-tctionJ tb whole nt.'cdon'6 J.. '
I 1'. except the.ftatUfactioa'o[the Coon'that .a above named Jackonville- protrciioo tomety f v.sd and patnteJiiJ "r.eI
haMiliut of
of "
J t forope Maior/Gexrrat I-Stitcfa.follow*:, ? JC ; : th .W. 1.2 of N.' \Y fand &:!Vf. WVamthe| ?Defendant*,*. Winslpw:'oster, and hi* wife, (from the harsh pabreaf's*. anaiti. : eulneis. (.access inaeli ls Itoptoved. Ai let_Oedtlae -
o(t1J.Ml.b 1.OA of N.'F14..rN.; W: 1 ff thewhble'ofsectlbn'r l r .
f t ; Maria Foster, formerly Jaria.D.1rH'*; rreide in the fort *!*_nlObe
Wie, 'Srat* Florida,'c6mpodof! that the* : from any1 p lh', 'h"i /iIwsyi"scnrd 'H orpaed ky any h,. .
part \ 1-4 1 2
'1' 0 f'S.W'1.4, the State of Alabama and beyond thtf jurisdiction route. This
; Stat "Weu of the Suwannee Rift.ForL'one reputation of being the most advaniafeoo pUce boat./will arrha at. Sstsaasb.,,,
I fJ f Jtf>rt7earaZ' ot .the .Slc a4..Diyllion or the aaB of W.l.2 ofNEI4stid V1.2 'of S.E44: of this Court,'on motinnor,Gregory. Yale t'Jfcisq., In East:Florida, for'the;resort *f jnvahidsda' ng' Thartday morning beforetlw_ "par,,r* 01' .

: StAte"r section 8 ; Wl.2ofN..1.4; section 17.and Solicitor. for the Corrirl.IDuti.Jl tbVvjinter! season. To tech person he ofler*.aricommodation .daily line of steamer fur CUrleitoa,'aetery .M.
Fioidecompod .of that the '
: part of Wl-2of S. W. 1-4 section the .whole of .Winslow
17 : aid Foster
; ; it the
t i .Ordered,; That he) ; wilt evening; _
It! -. .r&f .Eat of tiNt Suwannee'River" ,..and.known .s section'l :f. rt'I.h;W. 1& of S.:'E. 1-4*. E I.2 and faria'Foster'do appea'r ahd !..r..b Coan- and 'medical*,.which! advice hope o.he hIgh"itOs'er.prove acceptable Also passenger wUhmf) Jo take'
.pEan.a4outh Florida. as .jM ia.v.
: ; :qoronDrigadkGeerzj.Iorthefig.st,; I"" .,I fN.E.&irnI; Nvi1.4as., \Vi M of sectbrrl9.JS plainanV*.Bill >Within\' four tnonth.;o!,th. same 'can 1>e' 'commanded' in the town,"they may rely briber .banme line which $cses Sa,... ev !

4 >' ; utiLe BrigVM'j.'Cumntifed ;: .W U4'of' sectIon 31: thewhole'offcion ,will be taken as confessed again thers. the most careful attention.A Th ..' and Saturday fur New York, after'S

. :t i'pl Militia,west of the.Apalachi- V' | 28.excrpf tb< .N.:E. 1-4;'S.E 1.4 of.section And ,it; it further 'Ordered. That a copy ofthi upon*visitor from the Norah have occasionally; delated arrival(the St. Matthew from Florid.:

.. .fo.r one.J.riI"J. r-at f.t ibe second.. i 32!W. >2 of.N Bflgcomposed .
:: othe Milil rastolieApa and tV.;J.2 of S. W. 1-4 f. within the ., .
t JIehicoand!
; west. iif the. Suwannee.. For one Thb above lanHs are In TownsliTp J 1. S. Eastern Circuittof Florida a.week conseeit-' above boat
Range The
; :. *8rjgadier '" 4" once to a .ute such; In future thaI l In that case, wilt leav* as ibllow' :
GTeaera/ of, the;, third (Brigade, conv 14 E .owned.by Chsrle.sndBernard M..Byrne., tivel :for four Jnth'L ,_ Leave Pilatka
he ihem.temporarily with comfortable every Tuesday A. M i.o.ci4l
i. ,f>oed pfthe MlliUzOf.IbCCflflhtie1DfCOlPrnbiI! i 8dhandjaresitustedan4 V can always provide : .at ).
lying on ami the JHO. ; Picolnta' **
Alachua : .near f' ;;DOUGLASV4dge.V accommodation in the town. '** i Jl' ..
,' For one, Levy, Marion:Benton andHiilborougb. \ IIl'' RiveiyLf'vy ,couity'FJa.and! bounded .1 I. OS ,ut HAflT,Clerk .aid Court/hereby 'J--V OrIVERVOoD.. Black Crrek" P. M. 3 ':
Brigadier '
aeiloriberurthBigde mostlyby Diiiied States nd.. nbovejusie of ah. Order- v .
\ certify tM copy Jacbjonville "
composed of the Militia of the counties! of Nassau.; ? .V /\'.- D;: ANDREWS; sheriff.. made and entered ia said entitled cause.on the'18th', ,,-Jacksonville' Dec. 19. 1845. ly For freight paisage, apply lht.to Capt,3 1 '
t ;
rDI&k.SL.! uhl&' fAnt'lCi Jaa&a'(1 February 1846.1 \t ,' Jlif.1bruarA. D. 1846. 1
ftlonjrpe. r : V c-, mlI'tl rotbr; on board. or toV c.
Colonel ,l' Jtcvy SB1 '. -.r-r"IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I here- Watchmaker and Jeweller. : WOOD & CLAGHORV' J&
.1t." Jfor one ], one Lieutenant' Colonel, and County Sbertir8 '[L.'S.] ntoset' hand and affix the seal V r
: .n@ 1.Iij /for Regiment, o i follow?' Monday, 3d Att, J8C6'.: l' .-"-'. of laid 'Court.v my No.. 5 MlIW-STRIXT.- Agents, s. "

_'.. .> r; For the firat'RP ilDrnt.'comp of the Militia WILL be sold on the 3d day of August next,. V OSCAR HART CI.r k. I Respectfully inform the eitiiensofJckontille V V, FERNANDEZ &.,8JitAlE."V

: 1 I' of Escambia and /Santa Rosacvutilie -.. ,. V the hours pfJO and'2 o'clock at February, 20th184C.4m and Eli vicinity..thathie .Ajif nu Jacluon' 9x
i; !}\ ;-T. For the second .Regiment, composed of the, the. house of.Enoch,Dante]*, the following, or, his removed to the house Immediately '
S MUitia Walton "parcel' Land,V containing 180-acres much Agent Black Cr l.
Wanhtngton counties! or as Runaway, V adjoining the one recently
) 1'r. :": .* For.the"third Regiment, composed of the Mil; thereof, "will *atl fy thVtax ;dae; for the.year 'From the Gillisonvjlle' Jail Beaufort occupied a* the printing orn: steani'er SARAH SPALnJe\Pnt;

t I t. .'. 'tia of Franklin and Calhoun.counties. ,*( 1845 including all c" "*'and chsirge..Said lands. ,: District:5.}..,. .negro fellow, 5 feet.9" V in Connection with this boat, .aonv t !lterrri.
office of the 'Florida, Statesman and i II
l ., ., For the fourth, Regiment, .ompojed of. the. ..situated on the Wokasassa, 84 W.l i,* t Militia of 28,':J. '12,.R. '16. and 'said belonc Ed- and has '. .bum between the to execute, wiih promptitude.all tn connoted mile dbav*Piilatka up the St. Jolt ;\
.' Jacksoncount.' '. --: : .. _* ). -_* ."-_ _-._ to- ,._ _, *_to one.- : speech n ever with the.bove' line. Jut :. '.
j i L- For the 'Rf'gimentcdmpof'd of the Militia kmuna ocnnvcr I. a non-reiuient' "ot mis atate. 'ke... H. ;.-aiihnii. OS v.ah. nM-nnrl. .. valitc'nam, .. .....*. .. - . .,
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Air. Grotne would also that ne
I K .* 'fGadden county. j. if W. D. ANDREWS Shftri! J* MELFORD, and. bat he..belongs toSemeon say. bat 1PU'fminedIocsutfilie V 'United States MaJL *

f It" For the sixth Regiment, composed theMilitia -' '03" I will J tlve. the.number' cf the.other lands Petit .f.,Meriwether county, Georgia. ,Ten Dol. .work in these his attentionrin branches. future,Ha renders, exclusively hi.- steam ''Pael;. SARA"

| [t." ,, ofLonsnd, Wakulla counties. .. : ,on !tlie!day! of sale. February. 1846.Colurabia Jar* will" be'r.aid for his apprehension and delivery thanka in to'the .friends who. have given him JiitT Capt R I.r.'AQdf"

f f .t,* |t.O! the seventh* Regiment, composed of the Conety'SberifT's Sale. in jail- io-'tb t I'may get him again. 'their i patronage many,and trusts that his exertions hereafter having been thoro.xhly 0".
EDWARD hauled her ifeck
Militia MULLIGAN. ami
Jefferson cabin
f ... counl)'. AatHL;&. J. .T ,WRiGBTand. DAVID R.iIJLlaIO, will be such n* tn merit it. "boil'.ad cabia r>.
"J't. For STferiff Beaufort Ditrict. for lb
Urged accommodation
the.'ihzh Regiment, of he Militia "
1 i composed VS; From long practice in his business, he feel nr'rll..ntrJ.11aa
i of Madison and Hamilton counties. J I Dec 15 tf decSGN commenced her regular trip,from Pahik
I .
JuiIz( N. SMITH. alias WILLIAM A. POWELL.Allaekment. himself competent to give satisfaction and hi. i*E.
.. For the ninth:Regiment, compoied of the Mililia V charges .will he, moderate and as reasonable : lerprise, on Lake Monroe,up the Si. Julia* finer

_. Columbia eounty. 'irtltE ofvan ohler .from the Hon..ThomasJXoiiglas Tobacco Seed.. those'f the North. 125 mile above Paluika'
: For the tenth)RegimenCcompbue*!'of the Militia .B ,.Judge of the Circuit Court for the I?RESWujwrior Cuba (Vueltnde Abjo) Tobacco 'N B. Clocks and Watcliea repaired in the best Th<* above Boat, leaving Palaika every .*
of Alachua, Levy anilMarion counties. Seed, fur sale at the store of and Morning, after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Stein
Eastern the shortest
Circuit Florida, I will public manner, n' nQf C'P..ck.nnviUD..c. *
.ti For the eleventh the xpoH at I JOHN M. PONS. Pocket. St. Mstlb w.. Captain
Regiment, composed'of ale in MrNeliy.friMit 5a.
front of the Court House in' the town of V !6, &1845.HOLMES .
.Militia Beaton and cCJlJnl Jacksonville, Dec. 19. vannah carrying- the U. S. J.nco the abut
; Hillsborough t" Alligator, on the first Monday I in April next, within I **',, 1rl..r.
',' For the twelfth of the MMM M H MMM ..
:- Regiment, composed 'legal hours the following perishable & CO.
J ; property, Administrator's, NoUcc. ,
Militia Duval and Nassau countie Passenger for 'Enterprise, will take tU
in. the. nbove. ..entitled cauevix; .One norre mmiths after date shall make 'S,.
|, For the thirteenth Regiment, compoed of the I horse, saddle" and bridle,can. two hure, waggon SIX the Hon. JiutgH of, Probate for the application County M'ESSnS.. HOLMES & CO.. hnve removed Mntthewi every Saturday Evening, at 4 o'clock i in .
.Militia of.St. Johns, Orange and St. Lucie. and their stock of Merchandize to the 'larpe Snvannnh.
srnnll stock of liquor, groceries, provisions, of NOIIRIIr Letters the
DI.mi.Aory, on enlateof
For lhn fourteenth Regiment, composed tile and dry'goods building occupied by the United.States, known as SIf'om..rS..b, Sr..inr.ill An ,Jtcl. .
Gi-nrjje Hieeinbotbam. late of said
.. Militia of Dade and County the Government have lidded .un..iU."w1. Pirulala & Mandnrin.and
Monroe countie Building- They to hark
X B. FITZPATRICK Sh'ff. Col.) Co. every
doc Bnl and all demands
; And I do order that said Election. held at the Alligator ..b. 2Ol846. i persons having ngninut their stock, by the late arrivals from New York trip leaving Jacksonville every Monday! u j:
saul e.IRlu.
J .:..precinct in the several counties*,at which tile ge.. V am hereby required to present them n full .assortment of Dry Good, Groceries, Hard o'duck.I .

1 i ,-era! election*.on tho first Monday'of October last' Columbia County Sheriff's. Sale. properly attested for defilement to ware. Provuioni &c. &c. I For freight or pa..ce. apply) to lU Ciftain MI

.0 ..were ordered to be held, and by the Inspector OJK I '.WILLIAM MIDDLCTOJ, V JOHN IJIGGIr\ OTHAM.Cm Adm'r.Feb.27 They have on f hand, now landing from brig Virginia [, Bonrd. or to Frrtmndea & Bubee, "1..1. Jack.sonvile. .

f |Hinted lo.manftg? such elections ; and if such In. ''. } Attachment. 184G. from New York 50 bale HA,. 50 bl>I. ? t

," .''spector for any cause fail or refuse to act; then 'y. JOH* N. Sxzru, alias Administrator's Notice. Lime..20 th uand Laths, 30 boxes Cheese, 20 N. B. All good'will be received in Sfore, free

j such Inspector as the voters present at such precincts \Vn'LIUI, A. POWELL. V NOTICE i.i hereby given to creditors ..r. and kegs Butter.(o kegu Lard 20 l"bl*. Pork. 20 half of Storage in Jacksonville & Savannah.A .

| ; may select. And I do further order j that the BY virtue of an order fiom the Hon. ThomasDtuiIai Arsons' entitled: jo di.tributi n in the Estate of (his. Beef.; 20 bbf. Bread 50 bas Cotfef, 50 g S3_V_

I returns of faid election shall be made by the In. Judge of.the Circuit Court for Ihi.assern'ciut Francis R. San"I.z.lnl. of Ahchua County dec. dbt. Liquor .100 Ploughs' IntO of various ,iz Steam
;i- ft! spector thereof forthwith after the election and ; of Florida I will sell at public nnd to nil person who mny have any cUim or *. boxeK Pipen Tuluicro, &c. &t'11 of "Packet..Q .

t : *?.. directly to the Governor and Commander-in-Chiel, auction,'in front of the.Court Houttdn the Town "demandvhatsoever, against or. interest in said which thi'V'will ell ot l low price TII r. .._oMrSienm| Packet \VM',

", -w(.'the Militia ot this State. And I d? further within Alligator' .,hours oil the the first Monday in 'April' next., .1:'IIU" that nnlei the swim* be exhibited or .*. jHrk<*..,iiii-. January 1846. ASTON, C"pt. F. Perk .ill If.
legal following perishable
!f e: .?j ardor, that the Inspectors.of the various precincts attached in tho above entitled viz property -One, V, erted within the period of two year* 'hum ihudale In Circuit Court. riYf at Pidilntii fI"r! Friday trim*.
t :shall ,set up, twenty duy' before the election ini fine dark bay Stallion and onechesnut cause tnrnol Mitre. they "ill be barrd. Person having cfairn KASTKRJC CIRCUIT or .FLORIDA Ing HI 9 A. M. on each week, and will leave a\of

i '1 .three or more public places.in their"election district T. B. FITZPATRICK Sh'ft Col. Co. .'and demand ngaitut the Etnt, are requested to Jit C&axcery*. P. M. for Savannah via Mandarin. Jekijll.

j ,,- .1. j notice, of the time of holding the election AUigwi.Feb. 14, 1846.. present them to theinderienetl. without iMny. AWZT FJCWAUX ) Bill for St. Mary, and all oth*>r.immediate' 'Ianshieji. ..

f :- hereby ordered. V ___ JOHN J. SANCHEZ 11.t. arrive in Savanna) early on ,Sunday. roon.ii,..

f : ff- 1- : Given under my hand at the city of Tallabasiee. llillsborougli Sheriff's :Sale. "* .itminiitrtiti.i-.......--...... RICHARD .. .\VAOX. ) Di"urC'pOIT ('.*.enger for Charleston- can Nave at 8 0 elwi;-

i ; ..;. ;Lis,2tb.da of February, 1840.W. First Monday fr April. 1846. Newnansville. E. F., January, 1846.Administratrix Imvinx l"ii mn,le to >ii|ear by l affidavit totlienti in the evening in ihe daily line of Strnmer.

to. D. MOSELEY. BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias from the Notice. .fnetioi. nf tin* Court that Richnnl Fewnux, .Th. Giisfon. nin in conneriion with Mess r,.

I Governor .Florida and office of the Superior Court for the r is hereby given tucr..lilura of,.and | er- the Defendant nmPtI| Ini th. hive fniitliMicao>e, all.h.Vil.I"r'. Brie; Lin- of Pwrket. ,.

f CommanderinCbief of tho Militia thereof. county of Leon, Middle' District of Florida Union .NOTICE tl"Clt distribution in. or having any ,.,icf.. in the Stwtc nf GiM.ria, lInll".n.1 the New York, of which use leave every Meshsj

: : : March 13It _, Bank, plaintiff and \VHliam Wyatt defendant ; claims.nrdemand ngainit or inteiwt in, she F.*. jrlfitidiel nf ihi,. Cnurt Oo.rnntinn; .*** B. rnornin/r./

I ; :- -. : Nassau, County Sheriff's 'Sale., i I have !levied upon,and will expose for aisle, befuie tat'e Fleming Bates jr., late of Alnchua county r "C"N.I.r. E"|1".Solicitor for thf) Compluincnt. //'' Th Gaston doe not return to Black. Crerk M

: : ',_>., :BY virtue of a writ of fieri'facias, issued from the Cour,. Heus? do.>.r in. Tampa,. HilUborough dec., that unless the same are exhibited or ti* rtedtuithin -- Orderfd, That ihe said lef>>.>(lani, RirhanlF her way. lit Savannah'

;. ,-y. the Clerk Office of the Circuit Court,'fur county, within legal,hour*, nil, the ,right, tiile'and : two years from date, they will he (*or- .*wauK. dii! apjH-nr and inntwrt use Com|j'l"in's"ti| tfANES OF PACKETS.

'the county of Nas!su, Circuit of East Florida,' claim..f William. Wyatt. to the following described I ever barrel.. IVrsons having clnint or demands Bill within four monlli4' or lht> <:isse will betaken The ve>.ei. enrnwPsin| ; tl.M J.lp.ill hernfinbe
: wherein 'R. Yon i Plaintiff ml F. Bethune. : 'Iuronr..od Mm.Antlit S despatched reeulnrlv MalNt. ..
: / Philip prop.'fy.towitF4xnund against said EtatH, are requested present them ugAinsi rvrry t.4eBrg ,
V Administrator Robert Miller deceased. Anthony, French. Pereon Harriet O.Jl rJ. Thai uf this CLINTON.T.'LyiH.,
without delay In L. Aldrich E tlq., [at Newnaintville it/trlhrr n eopy master J".I'
I V i i. Defendant I have 'levied upon nnd will expose Emily, Alfred. Mat, Pug. Toad and Austin negro E.t Florida,] who is my Mgent and attorney order duly certified by h. (I.'rk a4"this C""rt. \>+ Brig AUGUSTA A.M. Sru-rw.H,I. 'I\UI". .

;: .?. for sale, before the Court House door in aid slaves, together' with four or five acres of Sncai foi ho transaction of th! biuiness of I;lie Estate. (uiUuhed in *oin' newpni printed within use June 23.New .

t .. co'1ntynn .Monday the Cih day of April. next, Cane, mor.'or less. Also' '".nd..Yineo' smith of the REBECCA; BATES: AdminiMratrix.Newnanvilu .I'a.taarll Cirrutt Florida, once n week ronjMeu bark VERNON, W. Elr.,... master. 3ua.

4, V.within the usual hour' of sale the following df. Maaatee River, south E. 1.4 ofS. XV. 1-4 ofwctton E. ... January IGih. 1R46. tlvffv for/iMir month 30. V

: .:, scribed property to wit: a certain tract or parcel :31 ;' township 34, lunge 18, south and 'rest ; I.CSCAR HART.CI.rk of saul C>irthrrbyCfriify Brig SAVANNAH. A. 1),1.,. nuiterJaIy7

V '.of land known a* Martin I.Ie.. and situated on east 1.2 ofN. EX 1-4,* ciion township. Sl.range Administrator's Notice. ? thut the above i ill a Iron rojy nf; nn Onlfr Brie EXACT. Johnnon, matter, Jury 14.

Bell' River in tbo aforesaid county. Levied on 18, south and east. Levied upon ns the prorij ALL pertfon indebted to the Entitle of Charles made and -nterrd in said .,,'irl..d cause on the Brig EXCEL, C. B. Smith. maier.Jaly 21.-

V : ', a*. the property of the estate of sun Robert of said defendant to satisfy said writ of fi"ri farins.. late of Duval county Florida, Tenth .fa, Novemder, A. D. 1845. Thee ves.eU art commanded by men of mid

: .t- Millet) and to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri. JOHN PARKER Sheriff. ileceued are hereby requested to mitke payment ***** In testimony wlirrvof I herrnntn set experience, who wilt use very exertion turrsJnlPaenger

V. "facia"*. A. J. BRADDOCK, Sheriff. Febrnary 20. US46.' immediately and all persons having demand ( ) mv hand and suffix lh> Seal of caul of-. a* comfortable' as possible, I

;. February 57. V 1846. .. Circuit Court. & said Estate, are requeued present them I *" *' 5 fie.' OSCAR.HART Clerk. They will sail punctually a* *.'', and ia il

I V .. .'",V' Alaclma County Sheriff's Sale. EASTEBM CIRCUIT or FLORIDA .within,two year, or this notice will be pleaded in case be. towed lu sea by a SieumfmAi.GKORGE .

: .,V,* BE on In Chancery. bar of Nov. 1845. HOLMES; ,
f ,_ TTTILL SOLD Monday,,the 7th day V V ,recovery.HENRY DAGENIURDT
) I', iNV of betwresishe hour often F. Judsnn. Executor of John F." List of Letters A cent. Jarksi.rnifl&Berth.
,t) September next ,
16 .
January 1846. 2m Admini tralu 1Md Si .
V and two o'clock, at the Court House in,the, 'Brown deceased for himself > in' the.IWi Office, nr Jaeknn- can at Auritstin. ..Mplication ItI
.,.,r Towa of.NewansviiIeaVsufficient, portion of Iheiat..rf'dor. 'al Creditors. vs.J Notice-so NOTICE. REMAINING lip to the 3l, Dec.tfiilMr. 1845: I lo B. E.' .CARR & CO., Asestt.
15. 1S45.
V John fI..Lawi. and ,wife, situated inV Benjamin A. Putnam, AdminJAtra-. Creditors ''SIXVe..kt after date, we will apply to the which if not takrn out in three month, will be I July .

V *aid county, in and to a tract or parcel) of land. tor of the enateof S Ambrose Hull, Judge of Probate. fur she, County uf sent totho death letter office.at \Va.ltinglon.D.C.'A. PROSPECTUS

V L., vJioown as the 'Arredondo grant, containing two deceased. Nassau for Letters of Administration on the mutate OF A NEW

: r V .lutndred and eighty nlne'thousand six hundred and PURSUANT loan'onler of the Hon. Thomas William Pendarvin late of aid 1 county, ,'lecea Alger, Isaac Acnsta A. DEMOCRATIC .PAPER;

V .. forty five and five seventh. acres, being a grant of ,the Eastern Circuit of ,;d. EDITH PENDARVIS, B. THE ,SOUTHERN ,JOURNAL|

; I .' -made to Fernando do la Maze Arredondo and Ion, Florida, in the above caase hearing date the second March 1846. JEHl BOOTH Bryan Maj. A. Mhnne>. George To be FublUked 1*' Taltahattce, Fhrtii

;' V 2S3r.-withe 22 I cember,A. D. '1817. to, ,satufjr and day oJ'.March, 1846. the creditors Ambrose, Bryan, Jacob Byrne, CharlesBooth lIE undersigned
f/'.' pay a balance due la the State of Florida, for and. Hull, deceased, late of East Florida, (who died NOTICE. John T of ptnpose to puhlWa"iaJlfCily

: V on account.of said.interest* and.all' legal cost*'and 'sometime in the fear 1831.)'are required to come ALL Persons having any demands again the C. V lo be entitled Tallahassee" THE a weekly Newspsf

:j t : charge in and about the advertisement and sale in'and prove their debts before the subscriber, one Politioi.
; 1:::: thereof. Balance.due, two .hundred :two dollars of the masters of this Court, at hu, office,, in the sixty days for payment or they will be debarred Coffin, Mrs.Nntli'I. the of Liteisture. ,1vici'lure
therefrom. BENJ. : cause Temperance and MI
Court House in the of St. RATCLIFFE. ,
city Augustine D.
I : and eighty. twocoll. or .
V THOS. C. 'ELLIS, before the '20th day of Jut.e xtor in default LniwnoJ, Marion ro., Fla., Feb. 27,; 1846. Donaldson Lieut. J.'L. generally.In Polii'cs the

tr.t: ;Sheriflfnnd Tax Collector. thereof they will be excluded fiorn'the benefit of NOTICE. F.FatU iteftothe] soutliern Southern Journni" wjhlna

'. V Newnftn vil1: ,. Frh:27. I 846. "* said deerte.V .. ALL persons having claims ngninst the estate >, Miss Mary Fleming.' Mrs. Susan principle which school Southern and Demorrtti sustain $ i

.: V u, ';Alnchua County Sheriff's Sale. V GEO. It FAIRBANKS, of t Jolm Dixon, clf'Cea.I.'mu present them to Finnegan, Cornelia Floyd H. H. known all the Sute among Right Doctrine.

JtV'.v: .V.1 -TTrriLL. BE SOLD on,.Monday!, the 7ih of St. Augtt'iine.. :March 13 Matter, 1846.in Ch.ne 3m- the sunseriber within two year from this date Fleming. Mrs. Julia. It,will contend fora strict constructionaf

.t 2V-: V V IU Jt VV September next between the hovrs nf ten prn| erty authenticated ording to law,otherwise G. Constitution nf the, United State ; believing.

"V > V .. .. and.two o'clock; at the Court House, in'the Town; V In ,Circuit COUrt L. V they will be' forever Imrred. Gadden Rev. C. E.. Gibb; Fanny the Federal Government was the result of. $.

YUVI[ .MJ :Newnanhville/Counlv Alachua.. a sufficient ..? EASTERN .'Ctacutr or FLOR'IDA.Cpnnlyof JAMES GREEN AdmW. Geiger Aaron pact between separate and independent SoS

V *: r .7. portion of the-undivided I interent of John H.'BrushVnCharles : V DuvalIn Cw 1. Dec. 19. 1845. H. and that every power Dot ezpresily'gisiui.J,!I
V : : .>iJ W. Brush, Eugene Vannes, Julia A. 'JOnl.I 'D.\Gibb..DIt V Jntinbolh mJAm"tI Hemenway, William 2 reserved lo'the Stale,

; ; -- V: l''< 'V.nneu-snd Margaret Brush situate in said Benjamin,A..Putnam, NOTICE. Hlr inhnlham. Be j.W. Helghrim. H. That the of severally.
11/ Executor's of persons interested will please take notice, Higginbothata. Day. H., Houston. Mrs.Sarah S. exercise any power ant eigranted.
--County, in and to a certain tract or parcel of land (, ,; .ZepheniahKingsley Bill Cir disroveryid ALL I have sakes clU/l. Ossian on the past of the Federal. Goveiii
thh.dayVelec.Ied.1n Hart. B
r-known ILl th* Arredondo Grant, containing! two de'ceaod ; Hopkins! ,Col. B"nj. 2 i islII
Relief I.aCornplaJnanhs and usurpation, ami shonld be cited...
oT Gen \V'en Ute of :
in he estate Alachua Hogue Mrs. -
Hopkins FrancisHagins
I Ti w "iIe hundred and eighty nin.thouland six hundred and part ,The'Soulherll
for i Journal" will contend k
Injunction and that I wall.t then
.deceased zt session Jainphy
V '
; I ;V : "forty five and fire sevenths acres, ..being a grant 91. V sloctrjneshattl U
SV '(.1 :made t* Fernando us Ia Maza Arredondo anti son, George King.Iey. of the Court of Pmbates, for satJ county to ,L. f no from*the sa*
V V money people of the States s4
I V .fI". on the 1i2nd December A.i D..1817. to *ati fy and Defendant. ?, -commence' at NewnansvUIe, E.F., on Monday, Lassere. Eugene Ledwith-William by the .
,, having been'made !the.9th day of March oextafier date, apply to have Lewi, Cant. Thos. express grant under ihe a..Lor1.rl.
t:; Va ;j pay the taxes due to the Stain. Florida from the It to ippearVatisfaitorfly by > v. plicit term of the Constitution. .
,Hie same set apart m me. . 1r.
CH";<*per ohs abore aimed f*r and oa account of their affidavit that the Defendant, Georgrt Kingsley, resides V It will contend that Tarin"hoal4ltled.
t.4q4 > iaterest aforenaid' and all legsicosta and, charge b.csndtLwjuri.1ktion of thi. Court and In'd.oJ.I.ut,4Jr .MARGARfr"rURNERtt I r.to"'Dr.John S. 3 Milnor; Dr. Thomas 2 iu' .
AilmV. and late widow of except for I he of Revehoe, *aJfray' ,
I Moore Mrs. Wro. purpose
4 J"tt V Si the Went Indies McCormick James
V ; la and aaotit the advertisement and en I. thereof. ;_ Domingo on the '
i. "' *- TJHOS c.: ELLIS; 4I moti n Nwninsvihlu'. Jete.'16ih.l846. ;f. James P. Government. ,,, V
: VV V '. .,,u V SberjflT and Tax Collector. Complainants/) ; Morange, It will the

I f .,' V -#<..: ,.* N.ii'svin.: .h.27,1846r // : ,Iris ,OitDKEKDi"That the'laid George Kinp." '- V NOTICE- V .r...' V otfM'U'f the Pohlic apnrnnrthnafihss5VofihesaIef Land't-'I; '

' .ij'k V'. .t t AlachHa County1 Shcrirrs Sale.:' !ley,'do appear andjaiMwer me Complainants; U.ill ON the,4thday\ July, next ensuing,, after ..Nelson, Mrt. Tabitha These am some of ihe skeS'& J

t !jrV :' ..(, V"ll/ILL 'BE SOLD, on the 7th Jayof within six months or the same willbetaken. \pro ..d8\.J..1iU apply to the. .. If on. Judgw'of Probate, .' P. engage the attention of life.trading"SosatheraJ"tttplt4. .
SfV JYd"4 SeptemTY. confesso him of Alitchiia for finhl L' frtim P"Dd.r'i.ViUi4m 2 Parsons Amanda 2
: agaicst for County a dischirge ,
bPr.fteKtL between the relation
I 1 ; h.C. h rcIocV-attheO. House hours of 10 and 2 AND' iT.TURTUtR ORDCKKD. .Th! at.a copy of the Adm'hiutrViion; :of the Estate of Lewelien ,Wit Pemlarvi. George Philips. A. Jackaunj], Journal wilt be lo the local nfialr of the 9**>
: > In
< urt tlm Town Demorrasjcnj
." J.f#,1 'Ir11U!.. a Sufficient portion of'the intereits Itfj ew.< of 'thiiO.rdf'rt: ,be'publihed,i in'some -Newspaper printed llamslate o( said Counijr.) der4ls .. 'ackeu.Aaron B. Parmentcr.' Mrs. Sarah of the Democratic ran,. 'With*.ttirt1ejcy .1
-&L ; :,' ho'L& within the said Circuit, ooee a\ week coniecu- F. A. UNDERWOOD 'S. .
1eDad1' ; deeea.ed, o satisfy the araojiotof strife and tb* bitterness, of i* < !
J.- .L r.i iinonihi. '. . ::1 Administrator.flewnan Stone % a hygp
:: 1'\ :: ..taxes 'doe to: the' & te''FJ I'id&.on 'account"ofiwldjlnterest tiwly t V David Starratr, Mrs. Margaret have as little lo do a* the of $1wihlpermk. .
:..:'r,. ', ,* including all cost nnd char/ in THOS. DOUGLAS,.Judge.I ._ viUe.K..F., January. 2: 184ti. Seastrnnk, Dr. Reuben .Sheldon* Daniel. H. 2 Those nature 1 W*
r s< : & :( "ia'a.bnui e'advertisement Q CAR_HAJIT,.Cjerk ,of.said CpAft, 'hwbycciiifytU NOTICE Starratr;H. Swr, Dr. A. S. questions
', ,; and sale thereof. above"ii M i"irue'copjr1 of Order.- l l: _ ,,. *, pa c divided the public miadwhk* W*
an : ?
; 'I' {''" Said interest wo*' returAedi to 1n8'\Y afser'dai i will Hon.LeiVrt Siarrattr. :Tboma ,Stats,Johannes discussed ami *
t 'f'. G. R. ml 'iind errter d t tn 'said Entitled use, on the.NInihs1nyofMrrItA .' Week appljr t.ohe aettled-which; are to f '
e '
.., ; .A Faiibaokra-4ietHg part*ot* .twenty 4holj.and D.:'J846t V JuoV of Probotea;'Dual Cminty for '. ; T. V lical questions, and which can ;* .
: ,." jtJ. ; IIIt rera onfirRiei b..1ft ihe Codrt'lo ; : ...n / n'Ad mioiitrstioa 'the ,_ PHI ThUtle' Capt. H. L. a Teud1e Chl '.' with
; T papreme I F tere :tin -to'Qr; .lI B. practical statesmen or ..Ji;hteee'
i .' .<' '.,' i..V MOtef1\t.YI. 1 in'Alaeh acnuntj. \ i.wi: : t J} I.< j endx fEl the,.| ,. 'lPt'1R NK bt e of void county. dec. Taylor'Ca tt. SAmuel 1 Taybr, %. Catherioa will permit! in poi unregarded, ualeN f'

;! *, .' :'..i : Isnl,' 7HOS. C. ELLLS.Sb T I 0 r ..[ !S.I.., Unto ggJij1..tPJY; 1.kW4; L ;,; .oa1.o'! '4 ?: ffbiii 1' '..184a. \ ISAAC' BUSH., I 'Troceyf,Hun E.' D. Turner, Mrs. Sarah ly forced 'upon it* attention .',i*

V .':;.' :;. '.:.: -} .a,) ..dN.Jt:8.vilIP. bu2T.184G.4 \)\ t f .J V 44 1! J ." '..OSCAtt HART Clerk.. --p' ; ) *. W. ,The ''Southern Journal will Urv Jl.
I T n n rn .
. .: '.J u \ "' "\'Ji I M.ft'.b.'l3' b..11I_ IVE.--A..i."f ,! re2.L I WilHaroj. Efcenetey r.Vateora.A..G.Whitcher Tuesday,'and furnished to 1 r.iWP w
V tJ'.rsk'eJill"* S& 'V ; r. : :: __: 7 t' 'hereby l i iDformed that we own, by rtue.of a : .
V r.jtUfI"I'I.fJMiU: i 411 /J* ,018<0- iR ,John W'Hinf(M is. .M._M. Dalian reranoum, payaMe iavariaWj b.
V V l f i 7V7uve OUK. Agency ; Spaniih,Grant to.,Domingo Fefnandex 3000 acres !'
; '' ".jjjjj* J at7iIrt) tt W liiWih| daynrMa q firWHow i, V tl\P.I c p A ?rbyrsi' ,',that ';D"bHn..p-; JL of land iVMarjon county, V E.'FM" in'Township1 13 Welch John' Weaver/. Adam. Ti The undersigned has also nt**!If" *.flV',..
V 1i$ .Wester U* ecury the .i.t.noIn the .
V ; Vii
.iwHD' Jra1"lOMsa2VcJuck,1.. rUJI folnjedlby;.the GoverntwSutesjU of.the, ,United South of|he/base, and Tango 21:Ea-tof the Meritliao' ue1"JNO. '
I s V V C, if4" \ Vif Ewx Diniil*;'the'foIIowbg'Loi! t of pent tor'tb.'brdl.clion''of' !rmberontliirubic ( k OWnVOndIS Spanish i plot as 'f!,'. hanxjnbek 4 M. PONS, P. M. ment, bran highly Intelligent ..lw rtJ. 'S '

I- ".>; ; ,\f'tfJ **tkl&. **i*' aerei 6r'firlt rate aM i 2f! 'aerat1of, ? ) iiimfs tn Cast Ifl&ridaVaU person*who may' ,rfVt<) about.Warion nd,Alarhua! countifa i as".WfturanUe '.Jacksonville,J,n,2d, 1845, w him; who. cnn exhsn with' the '.
i1" commence,sometime in Januarv.
: 4Ira ntiL'nd4ai-"ni Ji ii'flFWthfj 4sit' ui tI &W.Nd DrshillbfrearifrcpmmitanjtresBttini -, .9 r HaJ| hammock. .Wrf'jiereby faraH ..f'NOTIVE.. 0' _". ."
V .4'. '' ."ikiUiU'f :ihai'.I8t3iichMJnU .,. ( down and ictrryin 8f*nTe.: i t peMons from occupying Ohi. any'wUe trrU SIX "VEKKS\.r.,; .titus, ,LwNj: err) to the .c.ic '184 t
27Ui I t. .
ee, IV
J 45hari.-Sald )_1 are iuatjseiV ucfi 'wd be dealt ,. 1J' '
I" }Qak 5 rtot f IaD. ', rU.rD'DD..l.t.JI.nd .oh o ."_. "" Honvihe jJidgMrf! Probate fof '.Duslcu.iy'fi.r f
i ifift4Jdt. o" .rQ&ftftTut _nd. iTii it4a.- pf'c 1 S4t f ; ". .rjJu"t s:X. .
'. ; ir ow. c nl 1. : t ".t' D\VIT /. Lelfer,of,Adminufratron on the eiUte, of Eithee, .. JIOJa .JE JiIrH lIf
V : I." H J 'JW..1)' NDRE\VS. :JO Nru A1'J 'tu. :'t1 'A' b ClLd: S..J.t"FtRN ND '1t..mNn ;riie' 'i rtfcI 'dmsed I zira1Ift1'LLTLY

'!. /' Fekati 0, J846.. s Sbtriflf. _February 2Qtb, 1846.. :Agent U./S., &<:. JlduoDlli,. o, 13tl.8t5'u,- .;' Nav 1!' ii|jJandiry'3'r. I84fl. ** "i. tO'M. rONS. 'M .ALL nscat.tieai 1XECOTID- .A7itijn8ii : .,

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February 184C. SbcrifT. : // :..: ; .:_ t..t"TLE.h.fltl iI.i f i ; ", fiv..t
ownonivillo Jan
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J NOT. 13, 1845. !"- nNiiv-la,, j\ Nova':1m %, ..;, y. ..r*M..v M-r-k ..