The Florida news
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 Material Information
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: April 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057493
oclc - 02705858
notis - AKP5519
lccn - sn 83016250
System ID: UF00054483:00192
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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'1 'ur : io of:scorn,are" sharper'than:adytwoiedjVed of Walcefielo wife UinteotiopI : .:'

0 She J Oft" : to' :invective.*. Thus,'while, 'referring",to., pbose he*gowfltk'theetae3iIies; that penned, io, ..rhycae that maDlier.j.!

Ikuow1IbC bin' the which his .. \vear'W lL'VAJ 'mfXrought : -*- -' fJi % .
,scoffing mannerja ;recpmtriendation ,, hope Ftt": 4es Cf1itIl '
fl-ne lo.-th will pfj!a"wiso"' and,inalter' ?v Tnv"activHy'Vhacf Love ;;;ktcbe! ':ar' eiiei'aUy -!., &t..-Tfee'flash): name of ,,1\,.. t'' .
'1 Sh.;)IoTp y 'befn Spdlieni;"of/aimj: exairgcrated5iffair. .l j :Seams Baf St4te'Vermont,Uaimerw SsetiIs

I '' Thro ull!lovo : that !h any'seBmt: ft' :and'otHeri from) 'wbl l;"the'V1ctrm1t. awake ere the :Green., ,5GeUji1 _Boys, NeW a. ::vN *

: In timid ) ; d: nder 04; y,tbilf'f8)ct. ihactiophsneering ; 'hoiip'ymoSn)a spent diomDairne'fresh. 'shire, Granite; Connecticut e.t..tJ. :, '' 'f&

:. A blush will. j manner' .in which I he) assured_ ly;uncorked;on' the'wedding day-,stale :Maine! Timber\ ;r New ;YorK E".r iii-" '

. But, : ybu: .those_ who. -.thus' misconstrued. d his :meaning cider.'a week after., We.have been tryjngr .," ;iPennsylvanin] ,Keystone } New Jersey I. ...; --"-
TbanJthe ; ; : ,L :i tthat" h.ervr ,but ,inthe hqrn, to'beat this.:fact' into thick heads, :Jersey Blues ; Delaware Little Dekvare 't. .

I The ; s book, of, political s encel' expressed. for:the last.half dozen;years.' The :energies ;% ;'Maryland, Monumental, ; Virgia* Y

%'S Wbenevfr Her ; m'e;' more,'as he .turned round. Bn spoke it,of 'of 'our-race' ,aresarllynamperedt;; ,ia, Old Domini01) ; North.Carolioia Rip -

e Forgotten- : JIan egan,than' nn.elaborate half-hour's. by 'se iinen ;; weaicrifice too much'to .Van Winkle; South.Carolinia, Palmedto '

.a Her. : : : | it; 'f vj ndication i 'of advice,. which all under- .the,ideal;asthe; ; poets call.the.escaping, ,\ | Georgia; Pine ; Ohio,Buckeye;Ken S j '

' .And her stood. 'j, however. they might. Jiay0.'..mi vapor'pf: their;brains.. Give, as the,tangible .' :tuckyCorhcracjkers: j Albany, ,Cotton; 'i'_ 'I'
r She in a: represented. it. 5 :and the(real. In ;rnatriraony, the :Tennessee,Lioj-t'aDen;MissourJF kef; '

7 ( The flower ; it,' | He':only'deals l ,:with facts,:' and'ises.' sweet girl 'who: can make,good coffee, :Illinois, Sfuckers,; Tnd 4nlt, HoealfrV: a

I When "e, ;sentiallya'practicaLmati,' He discards' 'prepare a:goo'd.dinner,Wthat the'shirts %Michigan, Wolverines;Aikansas-'Jeet -' ,

I.l 'r.still She with'n -. ,all theories,;and is, reported ,to.hay ,a; ;are:well supplied.w th..baJ ps'Id, ,that. ':Pickers ;Louisiana, Creole; Miwisk'pi. i S' i, .

I However his; : :'as :supreme contemptor ,modern. ; metaphysics t'8t0ckingare' i ;whpler-andabo.ve: [ all] ,' Border Beagles ;Florida, Evergba4 '' '

t. Thro' : ,uf deeming'tuiem Yl lo IiaT ., If 'and more._than all, ,who ,can ,talk,plain : Texas, Lone Star. '
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" Believe it- in tthe"'sp ecli he, delivered,yesterday an common sense.and djscnargo :her duty If

,. > "His S (" Hour and, a/half, baa been dilntedbri: the- r u 'dersianaingly'nif.witha: .khowledgeof" J The J ew German Religion.-J'son : '

1 She rill. sing ; nt' f Hannegan: systems it: would 1 have:occupied .. her'resppsibi" Sensible men dd a meeting. of the three thoa.tci4' i 'i'.. .
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2 \ i t : lt' l' atJ least. three days 4. S ,. _v I not.want wives'ta.carry om Ju fingers -neat re" of Ucflrs',. f

Her Ob hf!on I've 'However, we, :may.' differ from, :Mr- .like, ,pet birds.: Those
,Is. ". .' : and Calhoun t'some of his'' political-views, [;socnetti/edofthe'ij.': i I'Ronge' Czerskf" and Thei era 1ft :.. :S

Till life I The yet all .must,confess. :that:he, is 'on of 'S ThcDeakh, .is: handed.over' ,for' :cac-- !,;a sortof: part; thuslixing he prcip1e ; ; :', .. ,
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. She love*- : : ;, tal 'the great stninen- :of the age,'. and hi* : ecutiotI.--He: *;has'DO' 'claim on-5 mercy; 'oCtthetr.'sect-l. The -congregMio&1) .; ., -

: -. great ,j intellectual, precedence is;rendered r Let ;Cupidmake; antargetofhim;, for ;;freed from every'external' authority.-. ,

i ] 'am _more, admirableW] the uniform: mor) : practice i ; killing jifm-dead, with,; blunt .:'stiiutIJiigcthlly 1 and syoodfctLeaa ",. : '

LETTER. : will I ality orhis'life. believ'ithadhe whisrpers' "arrows. ,And.here/;. we ySC the m Jan- adopted; 3. AU : ..> ..
.. : :have c1iOIyTegultsofutij transcendent "dog-mas :are as ,,ttte
'C : calumny 'n er. dared .to tirianot ,VQt '
:: BLA : ; \ her breathe, aught' ,against- the purity ,of tpnnjill8y! locomotives ana steam engines. ,1 eoi'CbrIstkj.jf. andTaitb'" s ": I

R; Dear half i his, ,manners. He hasnejiher gamblednor vSentiments'', .s/ghs;, 'J Joves, doves,* ed. 4.' The pUre*evangelical .i&oc.Chr ,
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reading your i : ] ,'dissipated! ;.but:, .when;exempt.for. :a darts,'smarts, serenades, poetry, ,ofepew.church.: '' '
han :
:; pen iu to' all thrust ofi'e ,* Astraip; ; 1 ,
ok time from pnbli&duties, his days' are ;:asidefpf good s,1 good : '
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strous glad to ing a pubiicedrct! : against i the 8 ew ""
I. spent on his plantation,which is one'of diane!s, shirt-buttipns,darned stockings, t. .
:,k the.friend that the best: in and'common' talks.Ye will punishing Vfth exile 8ndcJvJ1 doth any .
th the South, and, 'exhibits ense ,wager' followers
$ woman,says ; throughout marks of the i excellent.taste moreover, thai this Despatch', has Aczstriagi ;

; ing frum you, [ : and. the_ love,of agriculture;ri:its propri i. ore;faith in brokenhe&d than in broken WnrtenbergSaxonyasd1'rus.j., '
) regulated their share ia tbe. '
,} Sal: could git hearts and 'MarianRiimsy'z'sqlt matt.e .
etdr' $ as regards .
is I AAFTECTIQNATE the basis of tolerence
how mere heec
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., I ,sympathies .thejspa), ,
JtI are always .AN. INCIDENT., he:is an !utter skeptic.. If,such doctrines .public acknowledgment.- '. ,. ., ,.., ., .
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marrying and The foIFowing touching,:incident, is prevail, then, indeed,.is't world in,the Silt Culture.- The Macon S IMr' '
and thinks 11.'W. from the New York Mirror '
fit : midst of 'revolution and : ; '
'git- a ; Cupid mayas sav 4OIr. A Ernst
i: uf thing An eminent clergyman : bees.saece- : :
enny to ; fully and a ,
S know my wife's )Jbecame:the iBubject of conversation,'and engaged in.raising; ,mansfaoturing J,
'segai.box'andputout.tor.Or ;
., moas fur ail 'wonderwas!'expressed' thathe'never J lest he be niade' J clerk tiransportation1ine : gon, .silk hear this city (or some tlra&. 1 :. :.1:,
past at a profit, we understand : :
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them was married. eqIU'i
. manners % : 'Thatvpnderaid: Miss to,:inspect,drays, and, ,see tHe goods alent to,.growing cottonat' 16-ceflls! .
who ought not .Porter,,''Vas.once. expressed, to,th:' Reverend on o rd.-JY't l'8 "Saturday"Gazelle.Jl ::
We have '
7. frequently pureh'ase> 'the '<: .
that Sal is the gentleman himself .in my::hearing 't
,thread, ,and although,.not exactJ 'n, .
he tolb! :
whole and, a story in .answer, Pize'and .iI
a Blank.--Some year factured as. well,as,the foreigQ 'anid '... .'
1,1wil1 tell
2 write : which and I
as good perhaps
you ,
; when'all the world mad '
ago, were learnt .
: '. upon particularjr iVdyein, we answers :' '
and us fur .slightas; may seem, his the history lotteries, the&o1iof 'middle'aged '-S '-5 the, '.,, ,4.'$ : : :
aD dulsimore, I'll ; : al.,. of other, ,hearts,as,:sensitive'and_ ;delicate. drew'from his hands heSaVJngs gentleman ordinary' well. We domestic'remarkably understand pneeet, :\ '' ;'f :::

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S otsomeyears., Her'master .curious to E. I' \'
Jacksonville. 62 Soon after is'ordination 'he : purposes extending the, hllf4..1ay -. .
: ) preached kno\v '.the cause, ; ,learnedthat, ,she,had, introducing ,additional. iqachiittry &e. .
sum people do once everynSabbath for a/clergyman/ : -
drearne ttiatacertain '
! I candidly his ,in'a 'sm ll'village not twenty miles from repeatedly ; ; num; :Success. ,to toe; enterprise., AVe.agam :i: '
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and she bad *
I was a great; prize, :repeat, what We have ptteh wil'bjfore; .-
and'mdhers'' London.]. Among;; his auditors, [froinSunday5ft ?He called ,
- bought it. a fool for her that'a\ di vision'of i. )labor fsr bsofortelf1 j&cessaryVto "- .
be found this Snuday he observed .
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young and omitted
pains, never an Occasion' to therichaad '
: develope varied1naturalresources
old woman. is. ; he I lady .who always. occupied. a 'certain ;
t ase' her. the, One
: 'upon subject.. ,, day .of onr.pwn .Stete., t'
she des. t 'whose :
seat and 'cto e' attention beganinsensibly
t says bpwevertthe master tsaw.ia the newspapers .. .
,-e1J 'as those of the ,Souti( a&d Yetgouery.
l low i him: : '
smartness. : | an object ofthought ,
'tOpow'tO at his booksellers .in. ,
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it had'nt bin ,, and, ; She left ,the ; .
pleasure : nt'yiown; that the number: vVas"aVtually : ; ,IJoi! 1tt1

hare got a: : ; and' church. BOOU:, ash. ;service,was;over, I' the ):$20OOQ: 'prizeV j The coofc 4e sCtrcumpolar, 'h\.7 a_ M.. ,' /'

\ paid fur her t ; n and !it ,so, changed that; he went on for :'was called up;' palavar 'ensued-had of a new and simole. ] machimfec,- --. ,.'.. '

women are : ; e a' a/year without knowing'her name'; but. ,'i known each,pther i for many years;,loth .ting down trees, &c.' and which i"ow: ''j }' ?
braggin uf : his sermon was 'not written withbut' :cm view'in this town. It 'can i &. > '
and .
to_ .part, ,&c. .Inshort, proposed: te.A:
j hand in, io- many a thought how she 'would 'approve :;was accepted: ; ,but,i insisted,on marriage it ii1said'iii a minute :and a,baKaad .' '. '., '.

-let it turnout ; he it, nor preached with satisfaction, being celebrated next, 'morning? Mair-: will cut;through tree at thrnutvf /, '

1 iint,certain. to, : unless,he,read approbation in i face.,, ,:ri they w rej and as the carriage took three. inches ,pec.minute i wUjM wp* k: 1 '

S Sal is jist for ) Gradually he(came, 'to .\think ,of her* J at, :them'from church/they enjoyed(the followingdialdgne:4juWelltl ing the waste, the woodman,makeli'wiA'' : .

wurld fur gals : : the other Dime's 'than when \yritip.' sermohsj'and : fljolly,, :two. his:axe, leavzng'agroveofonXyeaeaaj -; ,"". ,
they live single l ; ,to wisli to 'see Her bn'.oth' half'inches round the, ; "
; :happy .events.in one; day... You have a ree' Itlsf'ap f
I begins'to. ; ; ds4harSundaySbut the.veeks slip' married, I trust, :a good hu' b nd. 'You plicable foptherpurpoiessahu t&a ...1',

S Qrarmaidsj : 'of ped o'and, 'though ne'fancied i that she have' something ; 'but,'first, let me cutting of stone,qr'iroe, foe"caitwg iroii r; ;

pi eoni and w g ; 'grew:paler:. tn4teredeso1uuenbugh;thinner,*s.henever f rnus--< .- S askon'ivhereyotV: havelocked'up" your piping.any size pr in &ayposUjoja, likewise -* :f/>

.greeve, and, t' toikher. name' lottery ticket J"' JVfolly," 'who;\ ought for, turning 'the.ioul4iag. of*coT/ j/;. I"

consumption, or,t seek to sp ktwitl1.i ner.' Bthse /her master,was only.banteriog' her again umns.. : r- ". .
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I .ich alement, t I silent eteepg:however, lore had worked' oh tlie\od\ PPte : rid i '"D P nje .saV ,. L .5------ : i' i"" 0\ .'" ".'

I kin them. a l, into his ,heart;, :in-d'-,he' 'made -uprhis ,no' jpbref about. )it.t I' thought- ,how it Lending wivhejrns' ; (.,. '- .' ::. ;
S Since writ : he mind to seek her"'acquaintanceana: 'wouldhe idwhatI never-sfeoaM';hear .Uper4lps'though I' bjr.no means wealr ; r {\ '

.hiM anuther, as-. ry.her,,pqssibfe. when one .day.hei ;d. ti* .I. !Ujt tpjh lbtker.of thy,.live. like lords *in their..wai .' '' .
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and Atesm ; but 'was"sent''foirto;minister! ate' fnneraLrr J I while the bed viest port of the s ncal- 3
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ouvilla4orI t.Y.
: tural labotdevolvei'oa.'tb :
faceoiffih'e He 4. ; wieIt w
I who has ; ; s The ,corpse1 .was ysamcthathadlooked ,need never.be angry with' me, again ;
Tong. The ;; ": to'him:Sunday after 1J "ftn t" *{ :, 'If' "'4 ; nO.)1nc.Qanmonthingt,: seenrn a JfH -. '

; !ism i,a no .Suhdajrlf: ,tilLhe;>up lean ed, toakefii.prtObi ? f i .. 3,. '1J.,,-L. .-.':,' .,' '..- '.. "..-- .,.-.., kocMp.the plough aloa ,witli:'p.I t ( .j'

d ,invented, in N? : : ; h' religion and'his j lijfe- He.was. II HAl'e: j. a1good, .Parodyol\, ,, 'well- .- while, I the husband, guides iu: Afp '.

pose uf skce be: unable ,toperform_,. Jhe. 'service'. ,' anda; 'c I knownsong': of,the,", }, ou.. d' .r. '.:: mer of ihelTpper. 'Alp'' ) ,accoast aa .
: good. .He : / -' other-clergyman officiated i ;; and, ,aftershe k' :.s.J.J.5Gail lh >dri r' ": ,. .. act of politeness to lq.tf J J i.snteti J!' r-

Minds it, can ti,,' was juried,her. father took him I, S Sm k.dblzclgrj'2i". ,1 ;. ),. .bor! ;for a neighbor who is',sEeiik f :
f' 5' ,'Whiebwetscsorn'. :; ., 4 ,,', '. ..'" pesscdwithwork and:tb in'gfc oar;
. time. he chases. : : : ; idend, apologized for giving'bim! pain .Ut NiwSuMrM fr- ,'

. aroaea to sleep : : : !p(: but he' coaldTaot Si.th.: : inip lse_ ,to' I. 3 5' S, Jo kngfoMti4e rdir-. $ .,J.,; SS "chlr 4 : m turaJends Els wife fee*%J .Mt .
I r f I Jwould'nt. I ; ; t lilsiinhat feis daughter Jiadme; .iianT zwm1.PrpuI ;' 1 ,a -_-"' .. : i work" whenever" the- favor. tt '
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: '. < ,.V'iJ'net10C'..,.<: qeog .:&ad 0 :' superior advantages- : v of_ our State fresidence1 as:a 1 near completion., _,,.- :. ' to the Mississippi,-the Comp etief of before to $705,000. Aay He ,

... Fleri4,eeare&ed intlus, place yesterday for invalids above several j 4 %he1tfSBorial( ; praysihat.;thiiBter--; the military road to. the highlands .M would look at tbe B.p elFJer la,r ....w
: ereaiifigf.. The assembly was opened other places which,have hitherto been e&tsof,. theremaJBWig -'and'eqaally'. important ': Arkansas, and the cession. of-' public see at once that two Jaeger were ,

wrtk pray: r and a. discourse. by, the much resorted... .. We.naderstand- the I 'portion of the'States,. may receive ': lands Tor the making rail roads from lately necessary for the, raaflla 1 .4.

1i,;v b-* CHAKLES" 'C.'Jo, NtS.. ; I Ij writer,is a professional- gentleman" mJ I the'attention o( COnres: Tkey I 'South,Carolina to the Mississippi* We Mr. Yulee moved to fill the Made Itfe,
a the and'that' his' scientific attainments '. have' notice them with for salary with $2000.
:* > army, ask that the_ .aavigatbn f'the Jiisslssippi only space to ,
p : Et4 theelcc.tionortown officers 'are:such as to,give j authority .aai'the\Ohio to the, Galfjbci,preserved the.. remark that 'all thete projects are Mr. Westeou thought $1600, w*

i' oa:Mosday last, CoL JOSEPH B. LAN- to' :tn e'statements' ie lias jnaofe, -v 1 ',unimpaired,,and .,bathe Gulf l coast II. fore benefit'of apportion: of the Union ; sufficient, and wosld vote for'that _.
.# cATEg'was chosen Intendantand, Messrs. -.i.io We:: ttih following i .table,of the:! l>e:no longer neglected; ,' Congress.. which,has been hitherto much neglected moved..
.J. C.FARtW;J.H. GtnfBy,,THOMAS : compas.ative'mean: : ncnthlyiind.nxin.ua1 This portion_of'the:Union is almost destitute by the General Government. In : The bill was them passed over, ...;

\Vvl6x: K, Wn. HICKMAK,'f Tnos. LEDwmz i mperature of St.Augustine and 'Tamipa of fortifications. In but. few of regard to the melancholy state of the on motioa of Mr. Allen, .

.and.S.'D. FEUKANDEZ, CouncilaKJ'fck- -, ,-with some. other.',places .i i in 'the oldworld j the harbors. ,'are_ there any'.means of de-' fortifications of the Gulf, we have frequently 'The Senate west iatoExecutives
raea,,Jacksonville. ; for the ensuing: which have: been resorted ,to by. ,, fence.i The, Kcy> of:,the Gulf,< at eyWest called public attention. The slon.
I yearMKTVSUW- _, invalids. t ,--.and,the Tortugas, still remains' immense interests,depending, themin In the House, on motion of Malson B.c.
.NezJfo lly aid A..ut Tcjipatm.f examined case of war should certainly invite the Bill f.r
OP THE MILITIA ELEC. ... unoccupied. They have been raising two Lgi.
"t'\ TI811. z ..,.., Ce _. : rz V. .'P7 the attention Congress.' The tradeof ments of Riflemen
and taken
;; D .. 0 .Iit reported favorably upon, many was up.
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..:Below -we give the returns of 'the MoIT1t-- .'" ..0'-- 'I ..e, ;.a'... .2.. 'I .0". ,c :-;,, years/since, by a board,pf'engineers' a* the whole'great valley of the' West A long debate ensued .in whic e

militia election, as far as they ,have -- ..., .. -'p. :: -- lit the point which not, only commands the which finds an outlet *at the Mississippi chances of a war witS Oregon w_
been'received. i There is hardly a doubt :< I ... J.- -<. entrance, but would exercise a powerful requires that tho Gulf should be discussed.
-of the success of Mr. COOPER. January" 454765O595O53'2O564857.1I: well fortified and that facilities shouldbe
February 4OO 494S, (950 5BO G3Q7 649f t9'54 control over that whole inland sea, but. March 24th.-In the Senate, a Dill-
&., .. I* 5 '.0.. --00 April.Mard1. 51 7OO64057O0625O725I74197477May. 432O 2OO4fl"O6 1071 7063 7290 the appropriations'haVe as yet been' so obtained there for the security of our sage was received from the President

: .',': 0 PT fit o.*- <_ c. >s =c. June", .'c300 69OOC917J7IO05O0324227'7911 Gt!o1G6Zo 6100 77G1 782fj 7974 'limited, .hardly.to prepare.the ground: naval force. The thanks of nqt only in reply to Mr. Dayton's resolution.-.

i .C. .,,) 'j, S3 Os a..; :g:!. 05 Co<: Jul). 73O7330J73OO70O0 3I4 841G p1.55Au&t. for a" foundation.' The most important the'South.and'. West,but the whole Union This will be found in another colu...
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-. .. 7430 74Q2J7650 7300 8J5 8262 BOOGSeptemWr,69
.F. '. : i and material for fortifications the are'due to the Convention which Mr. Webster addressed
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.L. '.. '., : lip .-... .'i _-S3o I 35 G9 5oJ72:;0 71 50 801$4 81 97 81 57 some question
: I :: o Od.ober;, 'Gt5 63G0 6300 6750 7297 7550; 27N:0f'mh"r,5.170 stone 6e < the Florida has so energetically exhilited.nnd to the chairmen of
,, I I' .. ,may quarried I. on urged committees
: : : .:-- : $8 80 54j() 62 70 6.55 61 78 GG 15. as to
Decemh'r"48 60 49 C2 50 50 GO 50 58 28 59 53 6021Au. Keys themselves, arid of a quality for the adoption of measures so genet ally whether estimates had' been sent them

';:. -Cooper Hernandez, 55 57 34 49 19 2, 19 12' 48 58 00 17 Me'u,59 716067. 6129. C4. >jf 56 723G.m. ) 7323. durability which has stood, .the test of useful. We trust that Congress under the sanction,of the Presides }

,' p tByrne! ., 43 36 '20 31 55 16 Thus i it will be, seen that the mean ages .in. the i.t impregnable defences of will no'longer turn a deaf' ear to such In the House, the Bill for raising two

tHan, 66 43 2 00 35" 1 temperature in two ,places of observation Havana. ,As appendages to these, arsenals applications, and that jt will duly estimate rifle regiments, was further discussed.

JPons, 51 32 20 28 16 'in Florida is, in the winter months, ] ,. armories, arid .foundries shouldbe the importance of these pioposi- March 25th--In the Senate, 'Mr. i|
; Lancaster, 60 45 2 3 00 ten degrees' higher than that of the in the Western Waters tions. SEVIEB made
provided : a speech on the Oreoa
fRyan, 49 35 20 21 16 ;
South of Italy.- Compared: ,with that( 'All the which ,be used It
materials question.
/ Tracy 60 45 2 9 00 might SANTA ANNA. supposed to explain Iie
: Norton, 39 39 20 21 17 Madeira\ it is.about. the same' in winter them. arc abundant in the West. The recent demonstration in Mexico views of the President in coanectioa
iJones: 73 42 210 00 and ten degrees higher in summer., with his
in favor late
The Memorial also, prays. for, the establishment of a monarchy,seems to have message.
Compared with that of New Orleans, it wakened SANTA ANNA He has r Mr. Scvicr stands 49. He
For of Dry Docks for examination up. no on assart
General. Major J.Colonel.General Lieutenant-Col Brigadier is about five degre.es<< :warmer. ;in the' ,and repair in the Gulf of Mexico. idea of a revolution being concocted in ; that the government has taken its position

onel... | Major. winter months.and almost five degrees The Mexican Gulf is isolated, and the his own country without having his there. He advocates the notice

cooler in the summer months., intricacies of navigation by the Florida share in it. And, above al!, the idea ofa and preparation. 'He thinks it probt-
,THE" UNITED haStlkeri '
: irr FLORIDA.8TATE8COUBT8Vv A great' change ,place during Capes arid.Reefs. ,add to'the'hazard and Bourbon Prince seated upon a throne blethat war may arise from this ques

: :.On ;the 10th of Decembcflast, the the of last' ten or fifteen' years in the time necessary to make a,voyage to the which he alone should fill, was shockingto ..tion.... He does not, believe that Great
: climate thc whole
Hoi Pi; _L.,YULEE; ,submitted to the Senate ; country duringthe Atlantic ports. The .Naval, force in him: in the extreme. The Spanish! Britain will give up the navigation 11 of'
winter, and it has been,sensibly felt
ia ,Bill to establish Courts ,of the the Gulf maybe embarrassed for'want paper, La Patria, published in New .Orleans the Columbia, though Jie, 3Jr. S.be.icves -
in Florida. r.Iost.oC the old settlers in
United'States in Florida, which was referred ; of means of reupply"and re-fitting at ,'of the. 26th ult., gives a manifestoof it to be innavigable. The question
this State,who were here at the time of
to Judiciary Committee. ,On the dominionremember the'time yards near.at hand. Very recently the the ex-Sylla of' Mexico. 'was, which party should give way! '
the. :12th,,, of March ]last, this Bill was -when fireplace' was: unknown. wellas Potomac, the flag ,ship of the Commo- .Premising that he was.expelled from We would not yield. Would Great

reported:back with an amendment, substituting useless but the.last few dore, though directly from a, dock on his,country by an'act of'great injustice, Britain, yield If the question should
another, which,however, does yearswe d eAtlantic",was found defective upon'arriving and that it ,had been his determinationnever not be settled before the summer I elections
have had days'when 'there was no
hot' materially differ from the"'lir.st. f* in the Gulf. Although every to call public attention to his'per- ",\'e must fight, for by that time
repressing the conviction, however incredulous -
.. They provide that Florida shall be divided bethat 'effort'.was1 made at the Navy Yard at, son again, he complains bitterly of haying the question would be beyond the pow
we might a good warm
I .. into three ,Judicial Districts, Pcnsacola, to discover: and' remedy.the ,been accused in the public prints of er of the government.
fircwas not! thing lobe laughed We
the,".southern, eastern nnd western'Districts. leaks, it was' found impossible to do so.. attempting 'to excite a counter revolu In the House, Mr. McKay moved a
trust, however that the good old days
'. The Southern District shall : If,there had been a Dry Dock there, tion. He' ;asseverates solemnly that he substitute for the rifle bill, which was
when we had no cold weather will return
comprise all that part of Florida I lying two or three days would hare been sufficient : still adores his native country although rejected.Mr. .
although we have, little reason to
outhof, ; Lat 27, including Key West be dissatisfied, with the- climate- we.. how 'to.prepare her for service. ,But disgraced, and winds up with the fol Hungerford of New'YorkmoTcd

and the other Islands south of 27. The 'Commodore was compelled to send, lowing pathetic appeal. a substitute for the :bill, which wai adopted

eastern District shall comprise' all north enjoy. her north, :and hen; : condition required "Aggrieved' and( 'talumniated by a.few to wit:

of 27'and East of the Suwancc, including MEMORIAL OP .THE, lUE'IPUIS. an escort.. Thus at. a most f ,critical-i period personal enemies mine_ whom I par That the several.companies of artill.
'Cedar Keys and the i.slands.a ad CONVENTION.The two vessels were withdrawn from don and pity, I have no cause of com ry, infantry and cavalty be filled up to

jacent. The Western District shall Committee appointed to; memo- a fleet engaged in a'mo' important plaint-against the m jo\ity ; but even if eighty men'each, and that they be .

comprise !remaining,portion West of rialize Congress on the various subjects' terprise, for' the want of_a :Dry Do k. I had, my vengeance' would be to form listed for the term of three years k

the Sthva ce. Three District Courts connected with the resolutions) passed The.Committee. present; .some facts_ vows for iheir prosperity during my ex this form the bill passed"nnd was .-

ire to ,.be; established ,with' three District at the Memphis Convention, have presented in regard to the improvement of the navigation ile, 'and to sacrifice myself, in case of to the Senate for concurrence. Th

Judges,' which shall, also exercise their'memorial. t After reciting of the Mississippi. The ,science '- need, once more, in defence my:beloved House then proceeded to,consider a bfli

Circuit Court powers. According to that the object of,the.Convention was of the engineer has'been at a loss' J country. While refuting the calumny making appropriations to supply some

the pr position- Mr. WESTCOTT- ,-the confer. on .important agricultural,. on the subject of the improvement of of'my detractors, and (dissipating deficiencies- in. former dinlomatle-' ------ IIAfI-
salary of' the Judges is to be .$1600 commercial, $ social'' : and.. 'political relations rivers._ Those. which, like the Mississippi the conjectures, .formed by those who other appropriations.. *

per annum, and that of the District :of the SouthWtern' States, and are free from, rocks, and flow know me not, I most solemnly] protest, March 26th.-In the Senate, Mr.At

torneys, Marshals and 'Clerks $200-- the Valley' ,of the Mississippi, ,with;the ,through. alluvial formations, inundatingtheir that I: ,will prefer to,wander all my life len,brought jap for consideration Uw

besides fees. other portions '
'Six' sessions arc to be held annually and to'consult on the 'measures necessary through which they cut, are uncontrollable. ]- far away 'from a well beloved country, the propriety of closing the debate OB

in '.each, :District, as follows.!, In- the to advance and'protect' these relations :.' l The expenditures on the Mississippi :- rather, "'than. to seek. ,to return to its bosom I the Oregon question. After some cea-

Southern.District at Key West:on the ; ? as interests "in common, to the thus far, have'produced: no results through the road of violence, oppro- i vcrs: tion on.both aides as to the pie-

first'Monday of' January, March\ May, whole Union i ,,-and. _that:it was rcsoJvethatthe.ac corresponding to ,the ,vast sums bium and infamy !"- I priety of appointing a day for coaclaS

J ulySeptcmberdNovernber. In the ion, of the General Government appropra't d. Obstructions have been This shows l pretty plainly that SuriANNA ing i it;. the matter dropped!

.. : Eastern: : District: at St..Augustine on should not' DC' invoked upon 'any, removed,only to apcarcigain. "Where ", considers himself powerful ,yet, In ,the House an,exciting discasstea.
the first ,Monday in April and fourth question which' involved. any,political the channel' has, been straightened and,that he will endeavor to make available arose upon the Bill to 'supply defictear

.Monday in Septcmber-nt' .Newnanfrvillc differences of opinion as to the powers one point,. it\has been.lengthened at an ,the friends he still possesses in ces in appropriations for the present fiscal

-on' the fourth Monday in April and of,the G eneral';C a vcrnmcnt-tho Committee other. Sawyers and planters'have been* Mexicoas'well as court the sympathies year ending,June'SOth 1846.

third Monday in October';-;.-:and at 'pray, first., ', : reduced.. mono, S' ..a'sonojy tcTlxf, .replaced of others. We must look to him and One ofthe items ,of ttie BUI makes-

Tampa on the second Monday in May The improvement' ',of' ,the, navigation i : ,the n xt. ,Cut it, has _been.ascertained the other,ambitious military chieftains, an appropriation for the expenses incur:

and first Monday November. In'the" of the Mississippi:and Ojiio Rivers. :.that wherever. the banks *of\the as our security against a Mexican mon red by the transportation, &c. of tfcf

'" Western' District at Apalacbicola ontfi'e The:valley.of:the Mississippi isno lon! ,Mississippi.have been !leveed, and prevented archy. We cannot tell what the future Army. of Occupation, to Corpus Christ

third Monday in April and first Monday a-Territory:: or." a frontier.' ''It now" -from inundating
Jfoyember;-at,Tallahassee, on numbers :ten sovereign\ St st'CBvIth't.t that the l: spring risinga'arQscarcely, per- that SrAANNA: : while living, Will never old question of,the policy of,the I.lUIU"at

' .,. the second .Monday in. May and first population of ten millions,jand'an inter ccptibleand.thzittho: surplus waters.arc permit a Bourbon 'to' wield Jhe l seep- ion..of Texas and. its connection witJi

__ Monday in Oct.obr-and; at P n*.ncola. .nat and export,trade nearly equal to.the discharged by deepening,the' bed. This tra that: has been dashed from his the institution of slavery, and led iae ".

on... 'the'. second. Monday in June,and. firstMonday entire import and porttrad: of,the suggests a:plan, -reclaiming tbe'I lowlands hands._ Hois evidently intrlgting, and dentally to some heavy,cross firing between
in September.' whole Uniicd' 'States.. ': Npt. one', tenthof : on' the:banks' of thls'flver, which we may Took, daily for".another change I several members and the Caa -

.. 00'ihe 4th ult. ,this Bill was taken its resources have been developed.' aret1opiopcrty, of the United t ,$i tcs. of affairs( ,in-our vacillating neighbor,, I men,of Military and Naval Coa&, &; '

apaadKome: discussion. 'arose upon the It hasrhoweverlbut, -one. ,.nat'urn1'oudet. to .,:It well known that the Mississippi! ItEU'M FRBJI WASIIIItdrOX.I tees, In regard to the recent confide* j
' the 'The annually inundates an immense tract:of ar23d. thl tial
'. oprietyofgivingihreeDistrict'CourtS higliwayibf'naions. .1 -:-In Senate, communications transmitter !W
titFf ridat* 'The- \ nece'ssitv 9 of having 'a of .this,i immense, :/trade upon the laifd'n both its banks At 'no point' on, the ,Harbor; .and',River. 'Bill wal. .- brought them from the Heads of Depart ||ft !:

District Judge' 'residing 'at:Key West Mississippi;renders it of the:last importance the river:aro,bluffs on one side met by in and reC' rrcd. ,! ,upon the subject ,of the nationalde6** :
wasduly: ) pointed out,and:the fact :that ,to-. :the j i.Union' -__ '-' t that, _its navigation corresponding: head;l lands,pn the other 'On'motion,of Jlr. Yolee, ttie bill for ces. No definite answer, aa to the*cbat'acier :

.f the. TmmensVampnni. .:ofl" wrecked t1 ',property be'fr frcrt' .obstructions, and .that; ,It The,swamps,' thus formed,..arc,'ihowev- : the establishment of 'Federal ourts.inl 0 r,ext nt of the'.recomme..... ..."

;\1 L -rinyualiy,, taken" 'to:that port render. ? be never.elos dtbtlefreo:egress; di tr,'among.. ',the most fertile'kinds\ x>f'the-: E1oriawa&'iiakeunpjna l ? ,hs ring .been made, was elicited but enough, c

I p 4fl5: essential' to tbq citizens of NewV i inre's of foren. :"slIpng.! ; t; '! Wesfc Itheycotikl... .. ,. be rendered, safejfronxtheir '. read, :. I pired to place the fact beyond qu ete ,

: :.York.a l dew: Orlcaas that some'pro Congress 'Im. :'waVched-witfr: : i a ''vigi overflowings, they would be I ;Mr.:Johnson,of Louisiana i inquired that the military preparations coat***

;',..._...visian.. bevmacle,for their interests. 'We. }lint eye.:the-jnterests* 'o&tho-Stat&bpr, the;garden'spot' ,oT the United'States.The .- :: why the'Bill gave 4 :three Jad&s to :Flor.idait plated,by the Defartaents:, are of a virf :

,:' 1i fc .. ,t\ the: measure 'was'.generalto l.- 'd l ring' dn* Atlantier, '" Ir ,has- r spent 'lands m>thi1rpresent: ''coxditionarewothleu ( ,was a'larger*'numbe ;than had extensive kind.. .> 1

,:-F.jf; "J:! If. t t t and' that_. thc.BjltwiU. mltions1nthe L 'iqprovpmentof.tho. 'Niiv.,. : .-' 0. 'i..f''>re...''l. :"iined.,-,lLh'." 'I"r.'v" would. _. l .,t,-"be'ofvalue. I V !1>> !l, iven to .a new Sti e..Mr .. March. J Tth;.'...::TheScaatc wa* '.!,. .
', ; '.;H, 4b''f lccorno* ,. Law.iWb. tIt Igation of. the_ -Coa' L.- "An'cxtensive andminute .westireable, : ) -. .+The, Ifivecing- ,'.or, ," .; ,,'W estcott;explained i t onecesaiKeyWe&t- ,.Cession, ., J......'.",t.1 II'
":i'f;'.,4 ,efeallnot\ : have wait- inhichpin.l ; .iiiVcy-J ha1een'cqnductcdtizuI, "' banking.both side*of the river. -would'I ty'ofa Court Admiralty a .-r-; IBliclandsre. -"thco" the..Cetteeo' :p'J'J'.J, '.

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Chairman of the Com Britain; and while, ,as far as_..we ,Congees. q.Ny that they theP019tdbTlhe ta.'Tt. -. .n"I'IBMtIeIORera ." wiiJ.i.f Ittti;: ",', :u'T. ___
know the relations? latter all. Mr-.1ie-.' '. ?
of the 'with emigrated from\tfe r'ft'
'WM.erDee l .
sent totbechieUeT : ..Oaad, ihtt ;A..H > : _
affairs ,
Naval irtQ'MliI ;:
-o. European jnations.arc of ihelmost.paejV; : ; .00.erifgu X j. i etM.h4 (ate,to cl terffliae i ant- ( -5-- V'the'-bein.ybee .' J r.'ik'- "'", ",.. ."Ii', .
from the Secretary of the fi6 character, she .IS making' unusual and.tbattJie lt "" > TMt.' '. _
\ i'the two.Sutw;,1A; ,.. .'; ,4. .
with certain estimates from the and extraordinary armaments and warlike aloes They :alWN-tl.MCx. .' coBseked:for nearly"two weeks,'aad as ._. .{l qlf'"It t '. ; S __

The Committee on Naj preparations, naval ,and' 'military; .icons, and are allied'loithe;;:Ljpaa and fif'w: 'cart Jea1'Bba1"ee to bo: ,ruf'lC.w.dft..' ,"1JIIAtlpi.' '$."'I-I". !.r > ': __
l ; jBnreaa. both at home and in her North American to band Indians ; .".
. !I willing that the report a large of 'reaidrag/iH definfte.conclusioB..,. f\Ve have:not been 4 < u..: _
afairs were- 'possessions.It the 'mountalnons'dl&trlcts.'Betr tfceKio iistiactly Informed as to the 'jiUBcaUy ''9141. 1im; ;a...," 1. Lt' tIML 4- 5 _

tf be read, bat the House refused cannot be disguise that,:however Grande., Th yliave"an.'immense,BUKK; bat hope-.to obtain' 'the' correspondence 'Tt--uu IlsQ1.fwaUer.r fasted .', '.II.'fUrwt; '. "' *'.l ,:ei J _

o.noit. From the correspondent of sincere may be the desire of 'peace,in her. *>f horses and appear 'to depend. in i timcforlpuriiext'pajwir.' -* 'ShlflSiklfl.tOr i ,' "/ ,' >. 'fti.1-4" .. .j _____

j? fl1umore fAmerican, we have_ the the,event.of a rupture these, armaments chiefly upon ,these/or subsistence., The "Vy.pres i me" hqwever, that thq Florida S Her m''IocIftr ftd '. .: '. t .. :; .- _
and preparations would be used against Camanches treat them with .kind I'ntiIhek4haaghiIeliqiy'! ; -... .fIt _
jLrtri information concerning great. Commissioners will.agree,to,n nothr lkt.. .. .' .:" .I',_li; .
our country.Vhntevcr have, been ness anxious have .tJI" tw.. ,' >T a' ,':.. 't __
may pnd .appearto: Ije to ing;short of.the line .fixed by the,treaty. Adeiahr)1sl1. ,
secret estinvtes: the original purpose of these prcpura- them Incorporated: 'ih confedera between,tha United States and,Spain S ,jt. T ''W'5fa \ ...:.:.J- '..,'.'":;$:. -
Morris; Warrington the fact is undoubted that The ..LI.. hie ". : _: 'i'Th4'iiiiiagd.yLyd.y ,. -
Coesnodofcs' tionst ,theyare cy. emigration of so.J large tribe ]long'since ratified% the United i States _- 'to.\ If -.

an1 Shubrick proposed, under now procecding'in' part, .at. .least, of Indians from their ancient hgrounds \i i as well'as by>the.:State of Georgia and Th.H1, .1 .._' J'. "? .t-fi 4. S.. _
Crane with a view'to the nUngcnt possibility to :fc distant is sin : ced in dfm'.t pet h : ; ..'-ll. : ,
prepared by the Secretary of country, a _acquie ; : 'by all prtiesfor, many Win neirvr got hi*pay; "_ .
tcs (
: the following increase the of a war with the,United States. The gular event \n:$$ .{ diantht.oy.NEWOELEANS .- years} and never disputed.by the two, And then .'CI r41 fieri 7.gus. ." ,.- 'f r "
1, general policy of making additional former. AndJa wild accents sntfek -
warlike Kewjight has, however, ;we 1:4) '.Ii -
preparations was distinctly announced March, 26. learn". been discovered: ," :ana Georgia; i.Why.dust be cvme.'W'bJ"4tDt"e '! *4 iIf'Tu -,...,

IB men, thitty-six thousand: eight Aimlpenaitare in the speech from the thron, LATER FR'OM, MEXICO. claims. large mot of territory south .! paint my faded ciieek. .' .. t'. j 9r .,.".._ ..".. '

as late.as January last, 'and has since We have papers from the city of Mexico -' of theftrue line fixed);and.defined,by the "110 cme J.oot ,be ran too Iste"i ".'J' .
if L : to the _10th. inst jahd from Yern .Her ornaments w.r.. ,',' ,
been reiterated by the l ministers of the ,, treaty., ::;Td this, we. trust Ylorida;) ev. Is'rcre.litors gon _
$20,000,000. .
Cruz to date of the brought.I iwirl4-,5! ..5 'oL'
crown in both houses of Parliament. Qceana's sailing..., ,er wiJlagreeVe! arnotperhaps And claimed ;.t .
iBd the increase f.t vessels into Under, this! aspect' of our relations with S It appears that on the 4th jnsk,:the well;acquainted with the; ,subject as we I .. -;, ,.ib.-ma.lwjrgs., ',., )'., .,. ....,<..... ... I '.. ..

OD11Uission the following number: Great Britain, I cannot doubt the'propriety Mexican Minister Senor:Castillo Lan might be, .we have arrays considered ,"H'.gaze zas, received. a note from Mr :Slidell And.. thft .ad 1ft., -L. _
: 40 of increasing our means/of de ed, guesfionas settled vrightfully on' .1 .

Frigates eainers,, 40 fence,'both by land and sea. This can now at Jalapa, J in which the- latter _requires the,hue.fixed by .the.treaty. |Iliia.1ineis "TL-AUs,'with ewptj his nativ pUr--, land'to.man",. ,"f- ,,....:;.t.f.).; ', .' .. .

Sloops! of War, 30 give Great Britain no cause of offence, peremptorily, a definite answer' strictly defined to be about one mile rL U.N ,.tt '
S vessels nor increase the'danger ofa rupture. If, to his, demand to be' 'recognized as -north of EUi ott's' Mound on the'St.Mark's :_ - -' ,: -
of fiftl-eight of PASSENGERS: : tk'L'
increase .
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Minister ,
AD on the contrary, we should fold,our arms Plenipotentiary, not only ito: River, thence ,in,a' direct:line'to .
a c// The Secretary of War did arrangetlje question, of Texas but to Per.U.S. mnilsteim-rSt. Matthews., from'Sa.vannin. '
jTar security, and at last be suddenly the junction of the Chattahoochee and .. .
otgo to this extreme, but proposed an .involved i In hostilities for the maintenance settle every other matter in dispute : Flint Rivers. We.have never .considered Ar'ril.Gh; fn.Var!..Mrs. AnpReg.." 5 :j .-- Sl

increase of fifty thousand to the Standing of our ju rights, without any adequate tween the two countries, sUch ,ns:payment it:an',open'question, being ,so positively iluPinkham l Mr*. Hammond. Miss HammeobV 0Ilr. '. ---
of the instalments oh the Hammond' AI.. Miller Mr.
debt Lamar
the whole force to be under preparation, ours ,responsibilityto and definitely fixed by treaty. JfaJJ .
Army, and a.satisfactory remuneration i for ,the Parson! GenL_Hammond. Messrs.Hull, E.
We Trap
the country, would be of the gravest .trust sincerely that the,question 'c
&e control 1 of the President of the Uni- character. Should collision betweenthe losses sustained by our citizens, by the ;may be thus settled. If iris a ain, nell,, Mule!. M. C. GOI.... and Master Won- a". ,

Slates. 0 two countries be'avoided, as ,I sin- delay.in those payments. The Government opened, however; 'we have no fears of Hammond P. Hammond H. Hammond,S..H. _

cerely trust it may ,be, the additional immediately convoked the Council loss of territory to Florida, as''we are moml, N. Hammond" soil 5 deck. :.'.- w

IC8\ OF 'HI'8BOBOtlGH. COUIVTIT. charge upon the treasury. making the : and submitted Mr., S1ide 's note for assured upon good auth'ity, ,thatthe, 'Per steamer Win. tGut 1l. from.'April si. ,,,

necessary preparations not be lost; their opinion. They, advised the Government true source of the St. Mary's River will 0lbv Miss Qunrterman, R**. Francb P. .' .<, -

From the returns made of the census while, in the event of such a collision, I '.not receive. Mr. SlidellcxI be found many mil north of Ellic tt's Lee, Rev.John B.,Ktw*,Re.J,\V.QUIIUm -

ulen last year, it appears that the total they would be indispensnbl for the main- cept as .Envoy.Extraordinary, to settle! Mound.3' Rev. C. C. Jon.''. Rv. j.hii Jones Rer. Dr., ,

the, about Texas McWhir, Rer. \V. Arson, R... M. Williams.Rev. 5-
comber inhabitants ill the County of tenance of our national rights and national difficulty t[eaving all. A. \
Of honor.I other affairs unattended to,' until ,that 'Later front Galveston.-By the arrival ..,%, H. HandMewra.HatbewajJ.r..ar. ,;t
Hfllsbioiigh that time 836. .
at was
New Orfeansof Alabama -
shall have been adjusted. at the steamship S in and.Scott. S

tkese there were have the seen recommendations no reason to change of or It was* not.known whether! the Gov- C pt. Windle, 'the editors of the -v ". S %.

TOe males-over 21, 160 nual modify message in regard to the Oregon my an- ernment'will conform to the;wishes of Picayune'have Galveston dates up to -MAR1MEPORT- .5 INTELLlGENeS.- --5------ 5 .,-,"..' t

the Council but it is it will the 24th ult. OF JACKSONVILLE APRIL lo\ '
under 21, 112 question. The notice to abrogate'the supposed --- The news i is ofno importance: all was ,1 .
since the President and his Cabinet find .
females-rover 21 79 of the 6th .August 1827 is authorized ARRIVED. I ;
White treaty ;0
in its favor 'the recorded quiet on the frontiers,,and, the. Legislature ** 1.
not :
under 21 115 by thE treaty itself, and cannotbe only opinions Ctli- r.lir. Congress. Higtn, Charleston, ".,1Ii
war-like andI of the preceding Administrationand was principally occupied in matters 7ih-Schr. .WaknlU. Parker Boston ,. r .:: ,'. 4l
regarded as a measure; ," ".
Shres! -males, 198 the late, Chambers, but the wholeof of local interest. 'The following CLfA RED. -S.
female 166 cannot be without my strong conviction the Mexican resolution been offered_by.the house: 3th-Schr. BaliK! ,,Tofij .New York.AdvcrtiseiaoHt- s : '
that it should be promptly given. The press. :: .
Be it resolved 'That --- -- --
Senators i in
our ,
From the returns made at the same other recommendations are in conformity In the capital rumors weje current *: ..
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with the and would that numerous families 'were about removing Congress be, and they are hereby instructed 1\iTusns. (G LLKTT .lJ zuaD-4.tJ; inn: .'- -:.
of the amount of taxable existing treaty '
time propertyin for the resolution introduced l.ll
to vote I observe
from Vera Cruz'alari4edby the in jour paper Jfthe 3 nri instant, '.t
this county, it appears there were of, afford to American citizens in Oregonno of'tb'e of the into the house-of Representatives, an advertisement over ,ti. name of' M&RIA.'I
probability approach Ang
more than the same measure of,protection notice to 'Great Britain of the DOGGETT, oSerinp at public auction go the .
1st rate land, acres, 320 which has long been extendedto lo-Americans. But an explanation is 6ntor June Mxrtbe .$ and.Lot oweccnp f4.bj :

Slaves, in number: 360 British subjects in that territory. offered,'that these families ale. merely cessation the joint occupancy' of the Mr. Wood and the Boarding .Uoosc and lit. d
Oregon territory.' occupied by Mrs. Maxnr both sTtuated in Jacksooville. .
Metlellin ;
proceeding to Jalapa to
Free colored-males, 4 The state of our relations with Mexico or No news from Gen. Taylor and the Those Hous4 and j.nis. GntIr1Dea -,:

Cattle of residents over is still in an unsettled condition.: pass the spring, as is the annul custom. advance of the 'Army Occupation are mine; I boo ht Jh*Land,on which tM Hotuea ,!

Since the meeting of Congress another The Vera Cruzanos' do not onsider.a are placed in thejear,1821,and ,.ve-had U in / _..
100 head, in No. 1479 conflict towards 'M tamoras. actual .. Iliad both housea .
revolution has taken place jn.that country near, though possible, -as preceding i __ possession ever ; '' ;
Stock in banks and other events may Lave led them to Advance of Oregon in Cfuiliation.- constructed. They both belong to me,legally and .. ,
which the .
by government pass 'equitably-and, DO person .on earth -bu1. )"', ;
corporations, in value, $5800 ed into the hands of new rulers. This foresee.A An 'emigrant in Oregon, ,writing hometo has any shadow ofciaini toeilberof them. Had.. :.. .

Merchants stock in trade, $ 5000 event has procrastinated, and may possibly reinforcement troops'has recent- one of his friends, says :' ,"We are that ,notice of proposed sale'feraaaated from anyone \ '1'

defeat the settlement of the differences ly left the city of Mexico, for the Cali- getting along finely here, and have al except that antiquated and arch san, tt .' -, ',
Retailers of 1 ,
spirituous I have .
liquors, commanded my ottter astonishment L
i the United and fornias. ready laid the foundation of.a jail. j4wouJd
between States I
from her, I
even am not wholly unsurprised at
and in value 40 .
Carriages Sulkey's, : ,An officer Lieut.. Col- -
that country. The Minister of the United ; engineers, seeing it.. f S :
Amount wised by taxation, 188,19 States to Mexico, at the date of the onel Cano, arrived in Vera, Cruz on the LCOUUIIC T1D.] You ire, perhaps, well aware there_are adcatorers ,> !-r'0'l:
II llth inst., for the purpose of inspectingthe How? often ore,the judicious made to. grie-,,or.smile in!this life seeking money,who,to obtain It.. '
last advices had not been received by with the obvrtive of '
contempt attempt encnmbered of.wife
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.On Castle of San Juan de Ulloa. are willing to with: allY JOrt (;
the existing authorities. Demonstrations .ume pretenderi in critlcum, to lull/ the reputation :, who ,look for ,purae.regstdltfM
men a .
the 24th ult., in th U. S. Senatea of a character hostile the United It has been announced in the city of of real, in rir. One of thu clas of! rcptUe, worth. Now, could it be understood that a *ifU : t;: _.
received from the President Mexico in letter from Matamoros lately in crawling over the columns of the,"News," .
Message was States continue tobe made in Mexico a to Jacksonville, wotild enable a person to marry :
,in answer to the resolution of Mr. that 'the American under Gen. be.menredihoie beautiful lines written 'by !'C two Hotel, there may he..iime to fish as,who ,
which has rendered it proper, in. lumbia," which must be fresh in the. recotlrciion "
otherwise might never bo_.seen .here, or perhaps )
DiytOB. Its reading was called for and I Taylor had arrived at'Santa Isabel, ten 1
twothirdsof of the readers of the "News, simply,because bis '
judgment, to keep nearly never think of coming;and.I.sirooly epuw, some .' (
owing to its importance, ive giye it entire our On our southwester i fron leagues from that city ; and'.that..Gen. intellect was. too juwrow to comprehend tnsir such hoax as that advertisement is necessary etea aLI 11
together with the remarks of several army the Mejia the commandant, had hastily meaning and hi* sensibility too cbtuse to fee)their hope for,without a resort to stratagem or removal f .t:

Senators, growing out of it : tier. In doing this, many of regular united a.few troops, and marched forth, pathos. Huw true is, it, that envy lo\es a shining to the far West, (in that quarter) there ... ... : +..
have been reduced to a mark., Dullness hates distinctions
I military posts no hope. Respectfully oh'i. senr't ., Vf
your i
rule Senate the "to attack the wherever -
] United States determining
: small force, inadequate to their defence enemy It has often been a subject remark .i'n.our .lit I. D. HUt

In answer to the inquiry of the Sen- should arise. hemet them.It ,. rrary circles that the greatest obstacle to the progress .JacksonTtlle. April. O. 1846. ,,_'1 "-
He contained theJ.1 an emergency is also communicated of American Literature/is the number.and : 1
in their resolution of formally r-I
"circumstances it for Repairs ef Ce
In view of these clamor, of these scribbling fry. Tht y make yp in Proposals wrty- ,. .:. .
l instant whether in the public in the that the
capital Jail.
my "judgment, is "judgment" that "an increase of num- mouthing what they lack in merit; ,in insolence, .
any cucuinstances connected with, or our my naval and military force is at this ber of the U. S. ships of war at_Sacrifices what they lack in strength; and are/hostile_to the SEALED ,PROPOSALS. will:be rtcHted, -4* ," r"\..
cnttl l the first May aext eastt-
growing out of foreign relations of this is continually increasing. really horwut intellectual!. in due degree it ill $ .
the for- '
time in i
required, to place country n'fnr making the following specified Repair i.
the consciousness of their lamentable .dr.6ci- -
this time increase From examination of the own .
require at a diligent <
owatry an a suitable state of defence. At the same encies.Va. them_ "a wholesome harp morality ,heJloftbiscountyix: A cew roof npoo said '. l
of our naval or "force and if which have reached us we 'can- > of best Shingles in place of the Tin '
military ; time it is settled to papers; ,"or aught.candor this satirf thin would Jail. Cypress .. :
M uwhat those my purpose pursue the civil roof'with'which it'is now covered; linlag the>BM : .i'J
circumstances I
are, be best ,tiot help observing remarkably we forbear-but ,the sinister .application of the '
such of the '
a course policy as may of door the sills and lintels with roJM .o' ::
hue to the that vise and tone of their malicious and : interpreter, ,who has distorted way.
express opinion, a calculated to both with Great papers, gnorunl iron :as wide as the space between the ianer and. :', ,
pASaution demands such increase.In Mexico preserve honorable> which contrast so _strongly with the and strained tim general scip and purposeuftbe outer,shutters'(each door;the iron to bea&J., ...t
of Britain and an peace; bravado and-,invectis'e'vhich auihor to.gratify his particularv1 private and .bolted slows asia. \
my lnnuatmcs ge the 2d of they exhibited forbearance of half .lncl1'ihirkne. .r .;
, which nothing vill so effectually promote spleen, or passion for ridicule, mokes
remlered immoveable. and thereby to .render -
December last, I recommended to the ,some months ago.. the of the-friend nut only of Colombia." '
as unanimity in our councils, and oo part the brick .wallinaccessible to any person:from -' .. I.;
jworable consideration of Congress an all rights. The Esperanza, ,a Tampico paper, but of ..Columbian genius cease taLe. a rc.Vs .- wishinroitstrongirnns1fliUertObePZdS'L e : ..
firm maintenance to just -
increase of our naval force, specially a JAMES our POLK. states'that Gen._ M jia had :advanoed \ !',therefore" ,i subjoin the following ad vice for.the the iron fmme, arconling to the drawing of the 'J..a-,

of out steam navy, and the raising of an WASUINGTONMarch24146.LATER with -QOj infantry,. to attack. the.,advanced "Scorpion._We_ believe_ u .thy. .Iiighest. ambition, ._ ,js. .to' become. tftid- dnur.' which may. be seen-w.byam U>Ceation to_.1.-. :. ,.'."' l,S "..!.

adequate military force to guard and Guard of the American army,'which notorious as. a, punster, and satirist.- '.Know SheriflT.Bond will be 'required in ,the penal sura of FkaHnndieH t :;i:

protect such of our citizens as might FROM 'TEXAS.,' had'taken,post at Santa Isabel.. then.jbuu Scorpion, that wit and judgment are,not Dollars; with seenriiy.-tube.approved by fI --'. '. :

think proper to emigrate to, Oregon. By the arrival at'New Orleans of the ; The' JEspectadpr _publishes-a letter distinct thing*-never allow the former to g tlhe, the undersigned.:oon l atonal for the JaUhfol.pet -., ;J

Since that period, I have seen jio cause steamship Galveston, Cap Wright, i from Tepsic, d t dF.eb: 24jzornwhichwetranslate letter of the th. latter.night' .darkness Therarulla than does does nut more_thq ton enlighten : formance'of MH!'work. within;'the time*a*.at.tf..ril.*.
tp recall or modify these recommenda- i dates from Galveston j up:to the 22d ult.- i the iollo wing extract :, darken the candle's light; never therefore,undertake pmnqjals.*trill' bi completed I'ropc-.ar.,to ihe state'cost and nasaea ef* ; ; .

tD$. On the contrary, reasons'exist' inclusive, have been received.Speaking "V iy '.stormy. indeed is the'political to. ,dim >he lustre of thysopenors, though, ; senirities.repairs N< propo.a!s will be opeced after*!*. ..' t :'
*fcfch in the horizon' in- this\ of the i thou mayest, easily,, outshine the glowwormsspark ,
-my judgment, render it proper of the march of "Army part Republic scintillations 1st May, _. *
not only' that Christi ,to the news received 6y the for fear that thy feeble maybe Dy order of the B"ardo-Countc.mID" ::. -' .
they_should be prompt- ofOccupaSon" from Corpus According lost in their effulgence* That.ambition i.pro HuiOlt held b I'riI.A'.D.' < 'f
Jy carried into effect, but that additional and the order, that no one but ,those attached two extraordinary couriers hlch.At1I 'jodicial which.would make. tbee seem less than of 184C Dnval, county/,at a WM. F. CnABT EF. "4

Provision should be made for the pub-, to the service should move withit :ved'at this ,.city on the.19th, and which ihou art by presumiog to l be;greater:..thanthoo i ., President', Board countyJaeksonTiHe. ComnI.s r. :". .,

k defence. the Civilian sziy"We : left.Mazatlan on.the 1.7th, we learn thata sobnldest b<., .fR6cb foucauif shrewdly. olervei'caeiha "cooitiifJivar; 5'. :
doncel'ira t.
The consideration : that the order forbid revolution' is o'n the point of benefitof"scorpiono-. no" April. 10; 184C. 3C ,: ':,',
of sroch:additional understand new troublesome those.whbjiave,some wit,and i- S I f ;- : '
t tA
, Pension was'brought,.before apprppnJJ -' ding persons from accompanying the breaking, out?,whose object'seemstd,bethe.separation adds "Le1hTrnwhoha mi7eroktJrhU! profession, N TJCEI / S 't : : r.. .I

committees. of ,the txvo houses of has been:pretty rigidly enforced, of the states ,of'Sonora, ind gained lK4: title.oft jmer, assure/hiiMelf tho / -T,the nwit session 6J iheCbwtC Ttsr(U. : { ;-::.I'
army fool is not ft>bff"' 'Tis. ilIfulIy oPwit{n ihee to .4 rn.inil.aofAtichua and 9,. .comm a .* -f :
Congress, in answer to calls made by some persons who: :!tla'd.VIOln it.by Sinaloa, Chihuahua.Durango from.the ,take pains: to'trim thy tbri obssarity as thou on Mondaythe4th day of M.r.,A. D.'IJ8".I.:1! ,:., "-4 .(. ''II'

them, m reports prepared, with my following its march, with whiskey to rcst of the .Republic. It is said thatGcn.tTrrca aft wont tj).jto.. ;Tli<;best thing'l et.t to wit faa .rI'11teQld"C..urt-by'rell..o f' r aallotm fof 'r\'

Action, by the_Secretary of 'V at.and sell::to'the soldiers having been arrested ,who arrived from. 'hisre-;: 'man. Is'a tO consciousness( it .iinotiu:him, he. Dower' in the Real Estate pfJVwiajt: ; Balff. '. '"j{

e Secretary the Navy the .9th and 'sent back in irons, and the barrels "tirement, 'would 1>e Jhvited' to put.himself aiight then 6ehav himself so' ai not to arr ar' a, J.teleehD.c ,HeeeaMHl.;aod at,ihe aacao. --, .*: "- ,
f on ; cox comb. In conclusion, "Scorpfon learn from time to have 'a and s t:off to 0e thi,portioa.of .. 1i1
December and attheiead'ofthis revolution. To '
and the 8th, of January : containing their liquor broken open ..- this uhfrtrtunate jfrfxipT* which. .thoolmt committed ; b& perional.E.af: }hkh aaid ,Jtef,4Wtms :
**; a mode ,of communication with i their contents destroyed the fear; which the reports of this.revolt ; and which ihou doubtless uretest.* >ssed.to ,which, !tl .a. by Ii,'entitled, aa bta. -5- }.Jo'

nusualnndunder existing The 'news from, Austin, thescat of created ihthemizi'dSof. the,peaceful'inhabitants I **'Ltk"little wanton boys thai swim'oabUddwa, trldowH JVwoa* inttresied .sriti..please*takaaop. .. ,

tltttfln4rlces, belie ed "o be most rli- Government is' to the llth :.tilt. Jhe, ,)were! ydded the}sinister. .to venture again beyond_ thy depth; lest thr highblown ; tice that"'peiitta p ay a&Jof such .Hotme.l ha" & '. v -$ "J
nnder'the IIeair tbse.to filed.REBECCA BATES ;, ,.
: gb1e. Subsequent events have con- proceedings of tha Texas. egisatUleso'far ] mors; spread. ; :by; the American: Naval the mercy pride uf.tho ;.de.slream ihat mutt(owwr; been. .1 .Wi3otr'IMAdmuu.taizo1a :. .o ,.'';

. inaed Jne.in 1h opinion' that these_reo are:nbTof general ,interest. 'forces there, who late ,alwaysaanouri, -': hidetbee.'I .. JTisb I 5 Flemiflg Bates, .""' _*'.: : J.i:'

; dationl were proper The-Telegr}pH states that the;corn, cimj; a bombardment as,. soon.' a "they: rt jostico'-tq ih 'authar'.of',th *oa falSlant N.wninWe, E 1'.Mania 17..1... "l ,ti'- .. VV3 ;l'P"5 i."
asprecau- .to'f- '
Teral r'
: tmttr measures.. planted ihis season,iamany of the,fields I shall here of a war-declaration, l)Mex., nu.M to-'to ay. that iherB'wwe. i ; OMerat-- -- Ckabers.5 ,: .
; 'maH tho ,rlaitnr.JaJCJ.; ot only S f''rr-.1 .i'
errors y OU ;
It was a wise maxim of theTather of the ,vicinity Richmond on the Bra-- icowhicksso2nc.xpected.; Vf. militttea'jrtioli'1' ttor -PR.01JA'J'B'l I"" : S
: in j r 1 i deitroea tba metre; gw DE J h ttirt d t. ,.
; *Jus country, that 'to be prepared zos, is'already'several inches high. : I ', r.kn. /''the piece j 1.For-i .-., ,O ..nu.r".rrnWluqttt f ;'.'

T.r, w one of the'mo*! efficient means The candidates for Congress appearto ; Ttt. -:TBe:fit Congressleiwl efec-i! ,.N ...-.e..d, "- 4 Yr ,".S.. ,c 'i. v, .w.s. .kijir'1t't.It..t': _' .tr". ,.0".
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? tion ofe State for:two members of the Her, .ti.t* g u1s .
preserving pcace a&d.that,""ftvoid- be very active. -Gen. JMcLeooVhas : tdfcave ., S,,."' Un form,Iu.t&1", :'9:f 'ff' -r8fJfIJ'lJtC:. '._ !")'J&" ...... .. ..' 5 .
: Oczaslon_ of expense cultivating declined bejqngercous2dCred a,candidate HoUs 0fRepreseatative yna ) II oitJiu hft r :!, t r ", .' a L ; ." .i'ot _. q. '.5CtiiiV
Peace:': be ) e1do M i: }( tr gels fer. ye5i..: = IL. .
: we should Remember, also, T ; ;: H.bu slip wa* . i.J by.. fle. H J .
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' 'hat timely disbursements Gen.. Houstou'has: delivered ,an, .ao-J ,There. .5 1"Ift a.:2y. .,."', ., l'IRa" .
f ,to j>reparu ; ; ,,e ,.t18 "' "-. ,(: ,- .- 4
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. dtnger frequently prevent 'much, dress tp the !citizens of :Houston, it : 4 I' L.Lc.'._.' ..a.-otl.i.tii-Ie. ., tr. .,'-" ..
'4isburmt iCr which'avowed hialntention to The. Jiseahibas,. moved... seeiti -, WI'C1..niu.1.1IIOII. d.r ." e."I"t. tb0evo .,f 1'IIIi.T"." T fas- i
$ o repel orjfef .T' r+,4,- i & _' A -i.. 1.;* .;' .'' W'J''.. .. .. .. 4'4.
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,. JI",4.4thMgriS4,6 JlII1I4It"411'.q. U&'i;" it.TlLL ; A.-'*.'. V K*J' ..apS13tV1 (attutts or>tatt,un.nr.d.snutttij J1a ati Sataaaablea via Lr p4w.I)

_ol.fieriJed is.tte.d. krm lJet era;h 4tb,day of J etbetw.es 1f.,.1'.., 'Tag' kmag:I'f'CfttI1 feed" : erm.f..J. .J ya t.J.idSr.
.j. .c B tieCkrk'a.of .attbe ate ri8r' Cdr.rii1s J ; Yo! Je In..J' ial::D.dockt4; .. :. 4 1 .1M also to "." .wgh a vie*Ie tile B..a.wkk' 0.c.i '
: ?r. .---i 'er, "Gf I h! JJo.ie 1sfsash D i*GwieC'J.I d < _" ..r.19 $. ..: I'J"L-- N' sad acoeeatodasinlst these die 11._IM'1e aM.-. I
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".. flats tBsetaed, ...iR>.lIl1f1W. 249 acre*of fax rate'.t: 240 acre of "'1 .hocn W fceajfcb or pleas r arfj htpomea : end'.. '. : tlfn .'

A---'sad Tbesu- O'.l.f ,I_ 4...'.. lint rate L and,or-w i mack as will satisfy A*'tada f 'ok..$.S of FlerUa'eel tie aaMaawfe at lbi. J&t'." J' x..,
W"W.J' Y 1 .I bass .the 'floc '1345. tado liJ a) wilt !!. i.. b..w "IT iii iJtij> batttIwtotdy ,1
sad A.. I oa MUMS,for jrmr : pnnfc trartlog that.;wb.ta.ylst.e triia. .
tied .aaI ril I W'._before the Cart wtf and charge*. ;j.:.-are;a+taiM assess ;S .> j.i: N i i: Y W. J1hipc -to theft ( rt*ee rieJ. lief. and. alm s ''liE1; ..
Masse. ia tiess ton of AKfaior.mtha first MoooiMsypesiwHhia Clay lanJW on Sa auW River,and owmrd t.i; n .t1ilwa1twru.'or JadtMtill _IN pretnli.sfront .osell r.Ai led sd p.. ,qd bee.Vlh.
day the toad hoots of:sale. XaMHerroaV W.D.ANDREWS.,. TlHE. :e0rse :ot'iswtr0cu0a pmcca, la .aLia the'hsnt tea treeies and Us awes. IHda spree. L A.a(.rserestseis.i.r L .w '.
:Skrilt' JL Sclic hd.is,feoMied..I..pr *.*f tag srearrd'k'aW Jerisee tan.t L. "IIIf" frya.y...
die foflowiag deacribed property, to wk:tbe.East February 6,14$, i : errs from any point, bare always "1
1-2 of the North East qaarter of section 32,town u dociioa ittd a [logy. &ode ls ,who are aajw reps ion of being tW most adTaatageoM' f4acfo roots This beat .m anise at Seesa da

Mp 6, Sab of K. I., 13; d..the West*1-: 01 LeQ" C._1 tT;8Jie '.", A1eeJln4q..JJJI.y. pared ta,retrr College, may, here, parsne' the'rrqaroteittadies Bast'Florida for tl.e resort of iavalUs.dig Thursday ''- More tie ekpatrtnra of *

the Nonh Eat qvarter of section 34. Uwnship 6, 1846., ;vh3e those who.are not daipftJ. the'winter season. To tech per+oes,be of ers McoraasodftfiMis daily fine of stesmers r... .. .
SeathofRaage 19; aIM the Sooth West quaiteof ILL oe sold a the 4th day of May next for it,profession eaa'Defect rack braacbe*a* may' ,which be hope will preen acceptable every nautc.As..a. .

the Sooth quarter of section 23. Sa township 6, yy between the h-wr*"of 10 sad 2'o' Ji.-at' best Gait .,.-ia IifrYr fwd'as medical ad tier, of the Li:ben older. ?* .i6Ja io tiles pags h 4,

Sooth of range 13;also the East 1.2 ef the Soc the Howe of Enoch DaIs, the CJIowiog wunet The, .regulations of 'the lnstita are..formed ; caa he commanded ia' the.Iowa, they may reJvpooibemostcareiflaKeBtion. ) brigec barrier line .Iaidt If,..."S&1II '1

; East quarter of section 30. towasbtp 6,Sooth cl Lou of,Land or as mach_as wili satisfy the Taj with the ltCIe delitR d" ._ 'I diii taual 'Jbu.r. aod Salefday firr lCetr y.ta4er .
i nap 19;aln-the North Eart quarter of tb.NOfd I doe oa tbe same for the past ,year, iadcu&ag aMeoft..1 aid moral'advaacemeat ofjts members.The i As rait or*from the N lth aft ccastoaaHy d.. of the Sf. Matthews fleas HsrUL '

Weft quarter of section 32. twn bip 6, Sooth oft i 'charges. disopfiae tatcaded to be strictly paVeatalTbeTreerptnr lajed their eomin;. onder the impresstoe. that thboose Passenger, with ,ditch 'J jill.be..
of.sectiw : : N.'W.. 'aaJ f1I desire tocuJevvte,with bis pupilshabits 'this' board o4eir loss l..if reqniTh .
: raage 19; alai the South West quarter W. 14 of-N. E.'t-4. 1-4. WiT48 wa*, the sobscriber take ep pat
of the Sowttr 1.2 5 the wboleof sectiooG.except "of kind and familiar,intercourse a and fo infloencw -' such that that *above boat will trare as folsv.:' .
r 33, township fit Sooth rang 19; S. W. M. section ; ? trinity U>assnn ,in solar*. IB .c** .
'of aectiaa 39 ship 6.Soc of-raage 19;th-: the \T.1-2 d N. \V..DdS.\V.l- aad.tb, 'theses rather by an aI'PPaf.I floe-better=. he eta always pro them temporarily. with coeafurtable Leave IlUika every .-".A. 3C,at SPkolaU .'

East 1-2 of the South Eut quarter'of.seetioo 32 N. E. 1-4 .of N. \V.l-4.the whole of sectto.7:; priadplrx of the heart than"by'severe and disgraceful accommodatioos ia the town. .l1"*

township .adl of rue 19. Levied apon wish] W.12 of N W.. 1=4. and \\.'1-2 of S..W. Wand punishment.An OLIVER WOOD. Black ClftkP. Jf. 3 4

all tbe improvements as th* property of said de W. I.! of N. E..l. ,"'\: 1-2'of SL &'1..c. accurate account t ofihe'defioqoencesof every Jacksonville Dec. 19, 1 3 15.. lyWatcbmalter JacksoaviDe ... 12 r,

\ feadaats aad to be sold to satisfy said writ of firr section 8; W.l2of' N.W. 1-4. wctioa 17.aad scholar,and also of the degree of.attainrot, M" For flght or presage.apply to Ca1 .McWv ,

(ae**. T. B.' FITZPATRICK Sheriff.By W.l-2 of S. W. 1-4, sectioo 17; the whole or ,kept a copy of which accnoat.in connexion will 'aJQt_. rate,. oa board,or te ?

'J. A. StntxxKLi, Depnty. section J8. except the W. 1-2 of S. E.,1-4. E. 1-2 the regular term bill,is transmitted to every parent. and Jeweller.No. WOOD & CLAGHOHXFEKXA5DEZ

.,'Mircb 21,1846.. of N.E J-t.nal N. W. 1-4. and S. \V. 1-4 of sec- or guardian, who may desire it.TXRXS MAUSTRXZT.Re ., Ate Savs

ttba J,. S. W. M of section 31 J tb*;.whole olsertioa TOR A SEJStOX OF TTOELTK WCXUS sit .

J Nassau.'CeHBty SbeiilPft Sale.BY .- 28,exrept the N..E. 1-4;S.E., 1-4 of section 1 HigherBraarhe*; -. $800Common .peetfttl'lv iaform[het citxrem ,dgx.ta.J'cbiOmn,.,

i virtue of a writ ef fieri facias issued (mesa 32; W. 1.2 of N. E. 1-4,.\ 1-2 of S. E.M, Branches, '. 7'o of Jacksonville. aadtu viriaity.aa. JOHX fL GCXBY.

1 Clerk's Office ef the Circuit Court for "and. \V. 1.2 of S. \V. I.. of seclioa33. Latin and Greek,Classics, extra. be has removed* the hove immediately A gese Black Gee{

1 r comity of NMSSV, Ctreoit of Est Floridaflog The above'lands'are in Towaship 1 t.Si Range .Lessons tin Freccb, given at tee request of par adjoining the a-ae rr- CJ'Tk tteamer 5AKAH SPALDIXG nil

-wherein Philip R. Tooge is Plaintiff and F. Bethane. 14 East, owned by Cbarie.and Bernard M.Byrne 'eats.. 'ninth occupied, as the priatiaj ID connection with thishaafjiad aooe other to.

.Admiaitrator of Robert Miller, deceased Said boils are iraaed and lyieg on and near the Any pupil withdrawn from the.School before the office of the"Florida&.trsma..aad is aow prepared terprise LaL 3fonrerr one btadred aad twrw*.

Is Defendant; I hare leried upon and will expow Sawnoefc, River. Levy county FJa.., and bowled end of the session,excepting for 1'1"reasons which tba execute,with proniptitade all order coo fir*miles.:bowPUatka ape dk Sc.Joha's rmr;

,for sale, before the Court House door in said mostly! Vy United States land Principal approves will be required to pay for the acted with the above line. July S, Ju

) on ,Monday the 4th day of May next. W. 'D.ANDREWS>- Shear uaexpired part of hat lC.ion. Mr. Grot e would also say that b* baa 3ter- Unwed SdrtetMaU. -

withia the usual hours of sale, the following described February 6. 1846. No deduction be made in the charge againjl, mined'to eaafiae his attention, ia (stare,exdaaively TW smaai Packet, SAlAH

property. to with a certain tract or parce .a'paril (occasional absence. In case of'protracted '. to work in .these branches. He. reader hissthao'ha .SPALDI5G.Cape Kobe Aail

of sand, known as Martins IIe.'atd situated ClOD Levy CoHHtjr SberUfs Sale. sickness, requiring,ibe pupil to ,br withdrawn to the many. friends w ho have gives bin sow, haviag Wea taerovgaly ttry.baoJcd. .

Btrs..'in the aforesail eootrty. Levied or Monday, 3d Am9l\Zi6.., from the School,. proper:deduction" will be 'their patronage, and trusts that his exertion her. .her deck sad ca&ei ;eiank,aad II.

as tbe property of the estate of the satl Robert be sold on the 3d day of August next; made. after will be such auto'merit it. Urged for the aeconuDodaiion of pasaeafers,ha

Miller, and to be sold to satisfy sail writ of fierifacias. WILL .the hoars'of 10 and 2'o.dock. at No'jr received under nine j ears'- of .:.-' From long practise ia hi* business, be frel commenced her rejTil r trip,from PalatkatalVterprise.

A. J. BRADDOCK- SberiC the boose of Enoch Daniel the following lot 'm This role, from the ineoavenienVe experienced by himself competent, to gi,e satisfaction and Lis .aa LakvMMror,eft the Sc Jokaa Km'

Febg.ar.21. 12
.noof.a. will satisfy 'the tax due for the" year be steadily enforced."TheSchool I. those of the North. I The above Boat leaviag Patstka every Taesan

.Alackaa ,Sheriff's Sale 1845 including i aU cress _and charges. Said lands Is now m 'a flourishing condition. N. B. Clocks and Watches repaired ia the beg Morning,after the arrival of for u.SLMai Sttsja

Jlndal.5l1 Od il". 184C.BY are situated on Wakasatsa a, S. W..1-4 section; The building is a' large,,commodious and elegant manner and atthe shortest notice. Packet S. Mxtxhews. Captain McA'feky,Q s.

virtue of the power vened in me bylaw 23. T. 12. R.'16, and said to belong to'one'Edmund '.,ractU".'-Iy' erected, ty FLORIDA LoDGe Jacksonville Dec 26. 1845.HOLMES ., vaaaah,carrying the U.S.Mail to the above aaaxj
}.I{ expose for sale!*fore the Court Hom Scbriver, a non-resideat of this State. No. I, nC.l. O.: o. F.; pUces.Passengers..

door ia the tow of Newnansville, on Monday tb \Y. D. AIDRE\VS..Sbffltt j Tb.?Joeatios i'or well known salubrity and &. CO. for Enterprise, will take the St

Sib day of Octsber next, between the hours of Itl O" I will h.venbe number cf the other land ieavy of access. Board'ti obtained at reasonable Matthew every Saturday Eveaiag at 4 o'clockSavannah. h

and 12 o'clock the following rf"rt1. or so much oc the day of N .. .February 6. 1346. rates it I'f"trrctaLIe'amirwein the place. r MESSRS. HOLMES & COT. have removed .
thereof as will pay the State tax due on the same, r JeeLsni,9i1J.:F:. F...March 27th 184fc ly3lasters'Sale. I of Merchandize to the large The Steamer Sarah S-Lli.y. _win ruMjs4.sooviil w .

for the year 1245, and all legal costs and charges Town tots for Sale.. I building occupied by the United States,"known as .,via Piccbra & Maadaria.aad MM eveiy
ia" and about 'the advertisement and sale thereof Moadayr Jl J.. ;'13-CG.' I the Government Building. They have addAl to trip, leaving Jacksooville ever* AoeJ/r at .ftoclock.
m:.U undivided share orportion owned or,claimed advertiser will seU following two plot EASTER,CIRCUIT'or FLORIDA.j their stock by the late arrivals.from New York .
by Frederick Marquand, equal to 4554 areas THE situated in the town of Jacksonville Ckaneery. a full assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries Hard For freight or passage,apply to the Captain M
:F.J.Jrwbon fcxecutqr of John,
hereof in and to a certain tract of parcel of land. on the first Monday in June nexttt,public da'd.forbimlelfet.al. l ware. Provision. &c&C. Board, or to Femaadex &, B .bee, Agvats Jack.sonde. *
known as the An oMo. Alachua grant containing auction in front of the'Canrt House in that place F.Brown ,. 1 They have on hand, Her landing from brig Virginia .

two hundred, and eighty nine thousand six hundred Plot No. 1, marked aunt No'6,in Mock No.t. creditorsv, Putnam adm'or. 'from New York 50 bales Hal 50 bbls. N. B. All goods will be received.Store ken
A. ,
awf forty five and t sevenths acres, being a on a of the town of Jacksonville,tied ia tkaofike jainin tof.Ambrot Lime.SO thousand Laths 30 boxes Cheese. 20 of Storage ia JacksomiUe &SsvaaasL.Aug .
grant made u> Fernando de U Maza Arredohdo & of:tbe Clerk.-Said plot is.obi the Hull _, I kegs Butter.rO kegs,Lard 20 bbls. Pork. 20 half 23Florida
county order of Hon. ThomasDnn
224 December. A. D. 1317 situate in pursuance of*n the' bblsl
Soar oa the IN bbls. Beef 20 Bread 50 bags Coffee, 50
South West corner Newnan .DdAd mt.trt"f'I., and Savannah StqJa
'f as Judge of ihu Eastern Circuit of Florida
Alacbaa..county., State of Florida. the bbls. Liquor, 100 Ploughs: Iron of various ...
being hot whereon lIr.Vood'. Hotel now Packet.
A' made oa the second day of March .il r in ;.
Glasses.'W. 'Tobacco. & Allot
stand TH E alar Steam Packet
theahoveraiae,will be sold under the direction of
An undivided share ot portion owned or claimed which they wit sell at Iow-prices.' '
Plot No.2, marked on the above referred I GASTON. C.Pe F. Peck watt
John in the said map iheSQbcriber.. :at public auction in .[rust ,of the -
N. ,equal
by Sayer; same grant I J.du D..m..J.au,9th.1Z-CG.
thereof. it a* Lnt No.1. on block No. 2. Said plot is_ on Court.Hoaq in the city of St. Augustine von Wed, ,riot at Picobta every Friday amr

to 455. acres ALSO, the North West corner of Market and! Bay streets, ne.1ay the 23th day of May next, between thehours Runaway;. ag at DA." M. on.each week, and will leave st|

An. undivided share of portion owned or claimed being the' lot wliereon Mrs., Maxcy's, Boarding nf ten:and twelve o'clock ol'it t"diYr 'all From the .GiU.oarilZ. Jail Beaufort P. M. for Savannah via. Mandarin. Jark*. :>;

by. Jobn K Townsend, in the same aid grant, Honw now stands. those.three tracts of lan-l described as follows AH : District.S.. C.. a_negro 'fellow Sleet, 9 St. Marys, and all other immediate J landtags H I
tov455 acres thereof. 4 Both plots will be sold on the day named''to that tract land containing about five: hundred I inches high dark complexion., slow in arrive ia Savannah early oa Sunday OMnop.

equal S. V ALSO the highest bidder, absolutely, with.all; tenements,' acres, be tbt sanv*,more or less being'the remaining speech and has a severe burn between the Passengers for Charleston caa leave at 2.'ckrk

1 An pi vided share br portion owned or claimedfcy and appurtenances thereon. The terms will be j portion of a tract of fifteen hundred acres leg. H+ i. about 25 years old.and says his name ia the e'.etii g in the daily line_01 Steamer

William Tbom/as surviving tmstee'of the New made satufactorj" to purchaser granted 'o'a said Ambrose Hull,. deceased by is MgLFORD. and that be belongs to Semeoa The G..ton rnn* in cooaectioo with I,

York'Florida Association: in.the same said grant, : MARIA DOGGETT.> the SpanUli government on. the,2nd day of February Petit,of Meriwether county, Georgia. Ten Dollars WuhboDVildri'* Brig Line of Packets M

Mal to 6822 acres thereof. J"dfm"m, April 3d, 1846. .1312, said 1500 acres. bein'Sitnated at Mosquito ,will. be paid for his'apprehension and delivery Nf'w'.ork of which one leaves every ltasdalmorning.

'ALSO, ,.at n place known ,as TurnbuIIs, Western in jaii, so that 1 'mar ft him arain. .
An ndi i,1etl.bare portion owned or claimed List oC Letters Swamp,tieing the Souf hern portion or third said ,EDWARD MULLIGAN'., TV Gaston does not return to Black Creel at

by Charles A. Jarvis. executor of Noah Jarvis. REMAINING in the I'ost Office at Jackson- tract -2nd Three hundred acres of land situatedat ,Sheriff Beaufort Di-irirt.i her way tu Sava nab.XAUES *

I d deceased in the I&oe.aid equal to 929 which,'if not ,taken oat in three a place! called Colonel ,1'Jampr.roa the River Dec 15 .t' dc J6lu OF PACKETS. ,
I thereof. .grant- month, will, be seAt *O.tbe dead letter .office, at St:.Jnlusi: originally surveyed to _Daniel 1'lamer, The vr* el. eoropnainthU L>.. will hemfifr

acres'. ALSO, I Washington, D.C. tin the Sri Dec mtvr. 1790. by the Spanish goteii.tn Circuit Court be despa'rbed r..plariI.rrr'1 Mon4av" as fullest:
rdl" TWft h'lflllIl'd f.lanidon the ,,. EASTI.RX CIRCUIT FLORIDA.'County Brig CLINTON.T. Lyon. ataeter.Jvae 16.Bn .
An aDdi.idal.h.n"or portion owned nr claimed Bca *ford, F D Jordan T"irnerEBlidenburgb nf, arm *
by Isaac Frost in the same said grant, equal to ', Mrs Jane Jenkins, Jchn M Vest .iike nT'lhe ,S,., Jnlin. River, between the IIcxRT. :1.of Lrs Dvtala'' C1a. rl. > AUGUSTA A.' .}I. Sbevwuod.a treater.

!(61'aCr thereof Baker Asa Ktng-IerJ H 1..1. or z. Kin .f*y,and Daniel Plumes granted Dsrr .J. 1 Bill for accountPartition I June 2.

."' ALSO, Brooks, Willsvin 'Kensnan, Henry W in> James 1I'III.on.d.eo. IGih January816said last vs. #' ( of New bark VERNON Din, master,Jos

'.An'cmdiyibeJ .btareorpotimnwrwd or claimed Bryan, Jacob Lawrence Mr two tract+ liein; tlie rams; and which the said eoasLfC5'T..LYLOa } 'Real E Ute, WeD

ob M.Seamore,in the same said grant,equal (. ,he, John Lefits, Armond D Aml'tii Ilnll deeni( :had his plantation and CVnuunv FOSTER I &. SA V AS An.A. Hawley, mMef'J.Jjr.
bY'J .al.
il, wife MARIA'FosrxR.et
Brig EXACT.J.Johnson master July J4
thereof. Blounr, WmF Lw, Hon Wm sitaatednrarly oppositeMandarinGKO
.to,929 acres' Burke Young Murray, Jackson 0 R.-FAIRBANKS. .TT having.been made V> appear Iiy affidavit to Brig EXCEL C..B.Smith. master.J jy 2L
JL satisfaction of the Cart that the above
the named and
These vessels ire commanded by men of
An'undivided share or port ion owned or claimed Burner. Peggy McKemlre. Lemuel L .Master in Chancery.Sr. .J Foster
Window and his wile
March+ 20. 184G.In Defendants experience, who will use every exertion rndu
man UN.
''by Mordeeat M. Noah, in- the same said grant, J lea Mooney McDowell.,George John ,Augustine Maria Foster-formerly Maria Dewee, .reside in Passengers as comfortable as possible.

.:.enoal"- to. ..1365 acres. thereof.ALSO Bush Capt, McDuffie.John .CircHit. Court.F.asrtRCIRcutTaLoRIDs.. the State o( Alabama and beyond the jumdirtiocof .: They .ilIMil,pooctuaJly as bwe,and ia.il
this 'Court. on motion or.GrevoryYale. Esq., cases be. towed loses bir a Steamboat
An undivided share or portion owned or claimed Both' James Nelwa. Mrs TalithaCookVAllenS "
Solicitor for Complainant ; v GEORGE HOLMES.
CoiKly.cfDuval:, / Ckanfcrj.t .
William R'2 *
Alexander M. Moir deceased Perry, '
law'of .
Ly""lbe heirs T '4.+?' ,Ordered That the said Winslow Foster
Horace M"3 I'endani.MiuAdoliue2 hrn:. .. : CiLlniaM 11 u Ajteat JacbaasikBertbs
in the same said grant,equal te 4641 acres Clapp Clapp.John.3 Putnam John 'A.:Foinani, f." and Maria Foster.do .ppnr.... answer the Con, can be:seeareH as Su Augustine,oa af

tlaneor.A LSp, Cabell. Won F: C Roger.Capt \Vni'W 2' .:xecntors of ZephenwhKin'sler 'B.11' for. discovery 'plainact's Bill within four month, or the sate pf'lC&t Oft to B. E. CARR& CO., .JJo1,15.1SIS. at'
will be taken confessed against the: -
An undivided share or portion OWMcI.or. claimedby Covert,Cnpt\Vm V'2 Reid.'Joseph dearascd. I ;and Relief'andfor -
{ And /it is .fnrtker: 'Ortln J. That a copy of
Jeromus Johnson in the same said grant, equalto Curry; Moses RamUl.Capt Samuel Complainants- an Injunction.Beiijaniin ibis Order duly.certified by tbe Clerk of this, Court IB Circuit' CenrtkEASTXRX
Mrs Susan Rendall fl' CIRCUIT. ,FLORIDA.ICiaetrj. .
8500 acres thereof. Cylinder Capt Benj or
be in some newspaper primed wit bin theEastern
11 published
Davis Alfonl Rice R D 2 George King*ley. .
u" Circuit of Florida, once a weekconseco- .
Sheriff and Tax Collector. Daticy; Col F L Sau .drr..l\1ary EDoriafdsnD Defendant. ASZT FCWACX, 1 Bill(or
It bavin* been mude to appear satisfactorily by iivel. for four months: .
\V S .
J846. Simmons
MicajahDoval. w.
.Newnansville 20th March. ;
: THO. DOUGLAS Judge. .
affidavit that the Defendant, George Kingsley resides
!. lion W p. Stiles Enoch D RICHARD Fxw AU. ) Divorce..
Sheriff's Sale.WTTILL Elwood, Dr Jno B Sikes, Daniel beyond the jurisdiction of this Court audio I, OSCAR HART,Clerk of said Conrt,hereby IT having been made lo appear by affidavit toiJisatisfaction
I AlacbHa CeeHty the abore to be true of Order
a an
the Islam of St. Domingo in the West Indies, on certify copy
BE SOLD Monday, the 7th .f Eubank, Miss C L Stewart, Robt W 3 of the Court that Richard Fras
on entered In said entitled the 18th
made and cause on
motion nf B. A. Putnam, Esq. Solicitor fur the
4 *W. ,,September next between the hours i.f ten Fleming: Fillis Straiten, Clari*a ,' -of February. A. D.1846..r.re.t the Defendant named ia the above entitled calls
Graves Edwin 2 Joshua Complainants lay resides in. the State of and"'orsNt
o'clock at the Court House, in tba Townof ; Spilnum, Georgia
and two TESTIMONY, WHEREOF, here--
.Allen' 2 IT is ORDERED, That the said ,George Kingsley of this Court Oa motion (_ L
Gignr, Sparkman, jurisdiction ,
Newaaafrville County of Alacbua, a sufficient Stephen affix c ,-
L. S. set hand and the seal '
Miss Eliza Tnttle lion Laron dna pc eerr and'an."ftbe' Complainants Bill ] unto my Lancaster, Esq.. for the Com I
portion of the undivided interest of John H. Brush, Giar, ,-'vofiad'Court. Solicitor pLuKat
Grout Toland. Edmund within six months,or the same will be taken pro is Ordered That the said Bid
Charles W. snub Eugene Vanness, Julia, A. Henry ..1' OSCAR HART, Clerk. Defeadaaf.
V" ud Margaret Brush situate in said Godfrey; Bergen Tboma, Col Jas D'' onfcsf' agajcst him. 20th 1846. :4mAdualnistrator's Kewaux, doappear and answer the Complai-
of land Sarey KittyVOOU Richard AND IT u FURTHER OUDERXD. That a !P1.0I. February ; Dill within four months or the same will bttatai
County;in and to a ceruin_ tract or parcel ; o .
t known as the Arredonda ,Grant, containing two freely William 2Vhitt", John his Order' lie published in some Newspaper printed NotIce. ,confessed/ against him. [
I : hundred and eighty nine thousand six hundred and Herbert,'GeoS 'Wells R'S :Y within the said Circuit, once. a 'week conseqively SIX months,after date,,I shall make application .A.dili'-.r/ur Ordered, That a cope sf ifci
Hall A 2.Villiaru. Thomas for six the Hod. .Probate for the order certified the Clerk of this Coos b
i forty ;five and five sevenths acres, being.a grant H months.THOS. Judge'of County duty by
L: ", made to Fernando de lajttaza Arredoodoand sop Houston, John 2Veav.r. Dr'Adam.T'rladdock DOUGLAS,:Judge. or Nassau for'Letter* Dismissory, on the estate published ia some newspaper printed.m\' '

,. on the 22nd DecemberA. D..1817,.to satisfy r) ; Jos L Wiles, Phenons '* '' I, Q ciR, HAUT Clerk .c said Court hereby or George: Hi"n tbam. late,of said' County Eastern Circuit of Florida, oocu a week caslor
: liemlerson Wilson Lemuel Certify the above to be' a 'truecopy of an Order deceased sod all for.four months. .
< pay the taxes doe to the Stow of Florida from else' ,Capt Henry persons_having demands against jvely
above named for and on! account of their HONIAJ rtVIJanon.. Henry mid and entered In'la d: Entitled. cause, on' the aid estate, are' hereby required,to 'present them I.CSCAR HART Of rk of said Court aeirfjnify

" .- interests persons aforesaid and all legal costs and 'charges I JOIIt'SJuhn.V..AIi.. .s Pen.Jope'JtbnlOll. Ninch.d.JM.reh..A. D. 1846. >roperly' attested settlement to '* that the above i* a true copy of an Or1 j
aad'about the advertisement and sale thereof. Capt G A 2Vood; William I. r- INTESTIMONYWHEREOF.Ihere JOHN HIGGINBOTHAM, AdmV. made and entered in said entitled cause .w w I Idav
io '
,. THOS. C. ELLIS,'' John.oI1,'Ju 5A' :'Willeford. Sara-L. [[L. S. 1 unto set my hand., and_affix. _tba> seal o Feb\27; 1846.,, 6m Tents November,. A. D, 1845.

"i" ," : Of Sheriff and,Tax.Collector.NtwnansvUlg .JNO.:M. 'PONS, P. M.Jacksonville J.ir,* said. .Court.- : .. I In testimony whereof' I hereoas*
,April 3d, 18461: OSCAR Administrator' Notice.r i, tinY hand and affix the Seal orJAirl'S
,." .r F-b.27, 1846. "_- ;, .- ., March 13. 4m NOTICE i hereby given ,to creditors,of. and { 4. 'Bee.. OSCAR 'HART.Nov. Clerk
$. 1 ..entitled distribution in tbe. Estate of ,
r to ,
SbcrifTs Sale. Notice Planters and :: persons :.w. .
GeaBiy to Circuit
Alackaa OtbersR.WBIGGS V 1U't. Francis R. Sanchez,late of Alacbua.Coun",dec.nd .
BB SOLD, on Monday; the 7th day .EAITza.CIR'cO.T'or FLORIDA.police. .22.1545. _
Blacksmith '
1 ; '
.z WILL to all.persons who may have any claims or
September next;, between,the hours of 1. CAaacevj.'::. "'
Jacksonville is
't.I now prepared demands whatsoever, against, or interest In said : NOTIE.-Au.per entering
iV tea and two o'clock at the Court House lathe -.to do all kinds,of work from F.' J.J udso, .-,Executor- of John F..' Estate, that unless the same be exhibited or as- i.. wit own, by ring"II

Town of Newftsnivaie. ,a'sufficient portion of the iron and steel in..a'workman-. Brown. deceased' for' himself.eEit ertedwithin. the JM'rind.of two from this I >pani.h Grant 'to Domiago Feroaadex 3W1*!
.'. i' Interest of John H; Lewis and 'wife, sitQM i ftd1!'ln V V, like manner.- He hasten" band Creditors. ti. toCreditors. date,they will be barred., Persons having claims "f land in Marion county,, E. F.. ia Tv mtif j

; siJdr cooarr, la and to a:tract or parcel of bind .J aTariety: .of PLOUGHS,;Jo Senjamih:A..Putnam,Ad minis tra..(1 .. and demands against'the Estate, are requested'to South of th* base and raage 21 East of tae It** <

,J ..- known'as- the, Arrrdoodo grant contaiaing' two which J.he ..would..call' ; tho 1 attention,,of, Farmers. 'tor of.ihe estate of Ambrose Hull, present them to_the"inderiiened.without delay. span, known en the Spanub plot a*,Maorfj'"V'!|
I hundred and eighty nine,thousand six hundred and 'His isneutbestnotMeisty.Holmes&Co.. deceawfd.. JOHN SANCHEZ: nock axti about Marion and Atarhva CMMI**i*,
forty;'fiv.:aad' fire sevenths acres, being a graottnanVtb tf. to an' .JerOt'lb Hon. Thomas IVetumpkie or Hall's hammock. .We Mcd1bi.I.U'
Jack.onvulfrApnl3d,1846.. PURSUANT Administrator.Newaansrille.L .
Fernando de la Maxa Arreaondo and son, '-. d, of shot 1'si"rn Circuit;'of : F., January 2d. 1846. pe'rsoh.from occupying oeia say win Wt J
the December,A. D. !1817 to. satisfy and A" "loritla 'in the date'the '
'tai 22f ehnvn'epote bearing see- passing[ on said land.
: < # .pay tt balance batesor
., on accotmt of said interests:aDd'all legal cost and County or.IbJnl. J county.COKE IiUJf:deceiued, late of.East Florida;(who' 4.|iedwrtutirne i per. D,. FERN .AJaeksnmiile

charges' in and:about :'tho advertisement sod vile. Toatrio.SYeox. .Ttt CSX PaKSSKTS tHALL ,. i in',the year 1831 Ir: ins rejjaired to une' -sons eniitleil to d'utribution in, or having anyclalnmer Nov. 13.,1345.KOTICJG..' rcIf

v' thereof.1 Balance due two hundred and two dol- GaEulllo: .. ,. (' 'n a net prove. lli ir'.Iebt. before'rise subscribers one ; demands against or interest in, the Estete r' '
Isaac Bah, has tins day .
aii telily'clad ccbu:.: WHEREAS, ap of the tof' this Coorf bis office in'the' 'of -Bates late of Alachua \
.: tan > .Letters of: Administration masters at Fleming ,jr.; county, A LL'pVrons interested;'will please tale '
'. e' THOS. C. ELLIS the. Goods Chattels Court House m. the city oi;,St* Augustine'oa or' lee., that unless the llama are exhibited or'.os er> rautbatl .fca* !
electe to
or All and singular ,Rights have.tbisday ;
." ,1 a.s .f.. Sheriff and Tax Collector.. before the of Jnte next ? default L tad from date will
I INew..Yin md,Credits, :.hich'were ,of"S. t'I.Thomu. rle- ,20th:day > ._or n within t taro years they be forver 'rtia the C'ttal"or Ceo.W.WelbWsefs:

r s --- ..'F. b.T.18.6. .i ceased,:at the timed _bis death, who died,;|ntes-, t -Bereof'/ ,. they wijl.be excloded I V'' from.' the benefit' ._'of barred.-said Persons,having claims or demamlsgainst count,.deceased, and that,I shall at t D!!

.-' AIaeIi la ..Jilj .SberiflPs Salca.7JL ate,.asa .creditor i .of said deceased. '.These are,.Jihe"o..to ,aid decree.. FAIRBANKS .o Estate' ,,are rennested to present them lion of the Conrt Probates*. forromroencw satd.e tsl
GEO. n. L. Aldrich
.itbou-del.y,to Esq, Eat '
B E S )CD"on the 7th jay of,Sepietn-j Ciieand!A moni'h, all.sad.stngalarhe at Newnansville, E. F.y
S : : said4ecetiaed.to' Master In ,':.. ille, EjutFIorjJs,] wh,-.ice my agent and allor- the1b
of des
next of ldn creditors of
rA"t,,.b cwH'n"tM boars of. 10 a : > St. March,13 .' 3m the transaction of the business of y
: Aojuitlne,: ,:,iq46.1dvc ; nay fof tae Esauv .- I
cauw U they baweor'ea"have against said the to. '
tx'_ a' l" Conrt House iri'the'town of News; sbew' any :REBECCA BATES A Jminutratrix.NewnaosvUle. tana -
$ .
: fnteresfs More the.eleventh I da7.Of Mat y.r ,' TMARGARET T KNSesAd.and
of ;
safccjent portion ;of tins application pq b0 OaktA.lreBeJ"q '
.&.' ".. ; E. F.;.January16th. 1848.5 :wid.1i of
; red. 1o sans({the amouat.. of text ensuing, otherwiae; letters of AdminUtrationMI : ;.! <.i,bret gi t'n i tbstbavia been e -; .-_._ -; __ ., 1 late I!
.k ;J{ t to"the State''"of'' :.Florida, oti nccount: .of tie-.Estate'of iai&deceasedrwill to craol. V, J. lt 'm'fledby the/ Government of the 'United : NOnCE J..1d'"'fill'\'_ a.11Yr,1i'ehls, ,d. IV ,"g
1"xq, .<. ..4t _.J.t. 'f e HId Isaac nutJJ.I'1. .* lutes/Agent Tor the' tl.Ti nberiti- ONlhefib l1 r"ettnsrilk.den. If th.
.LI tt: .J rK'. alt. 'cats. s .g"rp".1IIt. ; h protection o lV day of July next enining,: ;afar. 1846.r'j
,. .'. :_' an'. !\sate. the. yof. \Vil, eaj.mj name,at. Tud&aforesaid: and PublicLandt Irf East'Flonc! ; H rte i rho'may .slatelwflhippiyto'the.Hoadud. of bat .: i I N$TIC. .

1.1.1."M". ..-.'' -- .tbf',.G., ,IL' tr c Seal I of Court.;et Jacksonville,Satasndacosrtty b trespassed,or shall I hereafter commit any frets r or;Co 9iy;oY.ti } .;:for:,a Jinat- discharge from' 1XelbEa: i"Et"r:''datls wlyriH { ff taw'

\ ., '.. t, .- :.r a'.taettt. 'tliniit.andawed 'r -H aforeatU,,this acceod,day o|.Aj> .. MS,by cutting dpwk aad:carry mg away"/;Li8erl ; the; AdmanitratanDpf'.IhnE-ro: : of.LewellenVi. ., H. thetJnsrge. of 'rubite ..rOC'Niusau >_ '
:' : i''S'8p Court t0a I'i'Ii', rll,'. D.,1846.r "., J. :.i'VM :; of'other 'dit such Lands, will be dealt 1 li iami;(late. .Dhid Coiinty' ;) dee1v \ .' 'for Letters of Adraialsira di.'ofWiI. tlo
4. .
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Fr. l ,; S .F., as the ; v .i A* ONDERWbOD, .. id4tvrsgeaseL ',Iaaraf1esJ .

&:".. -...Xi: C: LtlS..IJ.: "' .l.,Tex. Collector I Judge or Probates for;th 'T
t < ... : .rYttrtt tt>11c; Fffc .,,18H. .. ., > 4 ri13d') /,1846. 6w. F Fefenary 2flB/. 18fL1 Sti: ,iir je .l1is.ci.: Na.D4Hm, E.E*,,Jaawry S, .13(6. ..-.....,. '. ,'Mrcl> _,6,'184_ ., J JEHU 104T,_ '

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