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: April 24, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057493
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System ID: UF00054483:00194
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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for.dnllar.will be charged for all announce-.. OK never'mind,Pm exceedingly. anxious .; a burden which !had already. 'become .' i itoroC4he'Ne.w Orl V 'Ptpa 1I I : known,C rein E, tirepe.: r YMbir. tG Pf ..
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J roy Leue otAdminstratJon &00 night. And a-1 ,'! portlier: to, his, 'own lodgings, which. beautifultown: After; ..a"reasonable tuicotChinese.& 4eaal 1 o, :; : '

fe", *" notices Will be" J.inserted* gnlui. Well,well, I know, there is_a lodge upstairs were not.far oJ R. The'tirej which twi time' he became'dry, and >'called for.a c4va,2t multitudes rfOlR tfcaiovftTv.r- '.. ":,..

:D admiaaM! personal?.toramuhications* willis -! tonight.fBut what is that iron hours"before had 'glowed before.a.con\ glass of 'brandy.- 'No,' :say*'the'l J ncr.. lated. country wilTwead: their. way takXv; \" '.
* '; Tra 11ertiPmPfltf.bIt7 JOb be- thefyjlQ in .the.fire forl Tell me, 'good:girl, IrMTr vivial'party,'burned brightly;stilt. 'His lord, 'we have no license to.sell spiritswe :. er* light,th a Amftriet i ': > .>t i--.I
for PriDting.mutt paid nn Missioa'to
'4, AU J bWi dll WftI'k. 1Rl!- Tell me'qul kly.'* ,scruples,of delicacy at '/uch,a.moment .don't keep.the,article.. The edkefyisitedthe : rneasemntere1at, i Chiaarcftnaotfail to awak! .; 4. .. '

JrcPt1 eommnn.iftiioni must be "addressed. in 'WA' 7"wh'y 1-' wcreovercome-and by proper assistance other:public. house*-looked ,_ IIOIe",!__, ; <.lq1 :
fsUfT k'HUURD 1'0'9' 1'4lL -'Spakns.:L JDo 1 Pm aching to hear!' she was recovered from her swoon. info4 :the:-groceries ;and.. cellars. ,. made f (fOlti., ; ... J'..,' rtf"_ ;L._ -. .' '::k -'

.- THE jVPliy the Major told] me how they're The next day'the'pale' features of the' close jnauines but .LI"-'. 4-. "' ..J
[toR iczw' ] t : ; ,< them_ teetptal.l tire. : ..Fre. WI t- tmteftt ) "
Gfttrrr & H zZ 1tD.-I oflVr for in- going to: make a,Mason? to-night, and. young,lady, were slightly tinged with' lers. He fetufned' to the' stage house year iav &imatedat YNU. i1" '.. .,". '. ." '.;.
KI. that's nil' I know about.it.' the rose. ,She-related to her:deliverer. with face .' ''i' l. :'; 4. r.:1 t.rran '
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h rf e cnlomrK of joar valoablr pnpcr_ srd(1Il -'Landloid,3 says. he, .or abon .'r 1 t sw / :
ba That was enough. The oft-told tale that she.had stepped from/her, carriage *tell'me the :nearest ot '.
1 atmftJ'l cf mine, which appeared ome : I place'where can dottm* Vthir. ft-t eeWI.lke'1 'l\Jki ir. -. 'a'
fat I* Ihe, "noridian over ihf) _.;irn.iurf,. was tru4! 'That gridiron was for. him' in search'of a friend,, who Inred' 'near get;glass Qf.brandy: for'I'mi,too,:dr-to, .tnt' I..,..r.t."J ".t"J..J.I..i1.' ... .. ,.. ',"'

.;! ,.';flCfPItl3 eIrnThpd'- t.j'' Jifa. t'fltortif.str' *.Chauge Came. ,over:'him"in a.moment.He .: one'pfjthe: ; uays:andi while: ,passing, :stay',here-any)longer, *I guess' y otKcari: th4c*! '." -\0. .' ': .....
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r* l1e(n ,T.one ortl*, fair rx. ':would not the. burned with, .an"irpnas along'the 'rivers ,bank her foPt bad'unfortunately .-get;:jit, at Greenfield I for they grant,&, "a c. "

p1 h' it may be flattering .to 'be claned. hot as, that, 'any'"how.-' ,_,.The. putting, 'slipped! 'and she had fallen censes th ea'nd it,!is said they sell spir o( lotbesr. ,.;Wbfcatbawpre l itg." et 'to '.r : .a,. .

the gentler portion of crention; tlill, htinnru on Jqf hat and-cloak was :a momentary' jnto the river, fortnight afterwards, itsVow; Is'nt 'Twenty miles.: )hh'de1ivd( *hiaagural'Addres t'Jia.f... ; .. ,.

eftc *to aH onder.trufl colorg,_and can&iour-_ affair ; he sought' the'street, when legs, :the newspapers announced the marriage *Whit: time i does :the stage :start 1';1 *, W D1Ir4cfai ". ;. ,:"-T "
t v if did of.M.,Edouard, one of the editors of the' 'Twelve o'clock -"Well 1 woolen "'' ',-' -
I t81Wgf mJ'I'I(or tha nwculinq gerier.Tb' .-r ever" their duty. *v .at night. landlord ; factory)hdtyptHaytfor4) .. _' : ; ''

Ul t I T.1J4 t cnnfe mj.eirm ere oon after, the brothers. having1 got "La Rhone' :with Madame Adela De- book;me for GrcenQeldV ,, ; and. the fit'OftheIii&- e Ublisk. ,:. .k ...". -
der the rigny a; vidow. .of:Frankfort So it has Jntoa in ed IDthet untr.Buyb''Co 'S .,:' :, .
Major down ,
= ; YI' utIer abjection of ptUit .o4rn1thrVct all.things.reay,. came young > grown proverb .. -. ,: 1
Tot, his friend but w9JotL1rke.s'estimated million thatpart of ''Massachusetts that wh 1 .' '.
Itj La young :met Betty 'a : :5 :
; which .tift-.IFloridiab" neglec.reflevefflP. : )
'VE who seeing the result of her1 fun, and .sterling! >. r ,one'calls' forliquori.'he'say's, 4Book'E1 e'': i ..( X-".quib.ing writerbtth. _.i t 'Rt lrY' >: : .. ,
; till r for Greenfield he'iscornedhe :'quaintly 'obsery'ekthur 'wlteh) itbe. caa- : : i
inJ5 SOUTH. fearing the consequences, came toWards'het :'Jl ; Hives.TbeHuntingtdn'Pa. and wherf ; : '
4 THE LAND OF THE Trade.of "
ii4.the land.where geraniums and roses. ] .master, ,sobbing and crying. in. the ( .) Globe thus describes a trade, in, i> said-to. 'be'BookqdfotOreenfiId.. ; ', ons of the princes began"war1'nons *? "4 .. J.; .,)..'
of :the church .
acaiier'd by Flora own hand; affected manner!' were .de.'M i .". c : ,.
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l.pdfln1 jneyiet in innocent beauty .eposes. ? the Major soon learned( the' of wives,, which recently' took place i in. 1 SingulartMarndge.--A: widower:"at' "It wai,".. ys. he,"first mitr m. thku, ,': ;\,: : ., .:".

; the\1iYf'orange the myrtle tbeirrilgrant'e' and vine expand, theyoung man's: fligltalso the cause story and Blair 'county, which is 'tf. pretty fair J ,Camden, ,\yho., hot.very: young, ,be.'cane governed the world, ,and ,then .nitruHT''.t..j,: _
.'anI pine.in their mnjesty ttand, aiswered.I .. start in the line matrimonial fora; new j emitten" with. a,young.and beautiful _. -! -first Saint Peter, arid then salt petre." :<,*:,$* .1 i
resd;and,,nsk.and the lau rel entwine county: "The trade took:'place"between:: [ girl .and married her. A short _I 1 '- t4 '4'-*.*' '
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South, 'tis aunny land.Ayes. I Never mind Betty. Ihe's such a '
myown Mr. T. and l\ '. Din ,a written.'Articleof : time after, the son of this man by a for A gentleman asked a. wag,:why so,

iu tU the land where the mocking-bird mim- fool{ as that, we don't: want him. agreement'the! )latter' nay ing the.'for';' ;'rher wife, became jilsd'in love, not with. many of the tall gentlemen,were .Cld, .
' Kk*. One would naturally that, .
suppose iner'the Following! articles"generally f .denominated 1 bachelors. The icply was, that they .
Theraried note songster,so sweet and so bland ; a younger'person; but with the mother .
Vbcre glide on the waters the white realed the L.odgEa Ya fine laugh over thafgood .:*as 4'boot"tw. : .Q; ''dollars'. 'in'. : :O..rthe.fa hcls.new.vife.a..widow lady 'were' obliged to lie cornerwise in bed .- '
sets, joke.upon' the ret rn"odie Major. cash their feet',in and wife woulcfbe '
her three/ gallons ;pf \whiskey', 'two still jnZthe Abloom pf life. Jepfffiredhips tq a' : '
the,wild curlew screams from own native / : .
Aid irittble .corfclasion is that the : *
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pounds .of smokingtobacco/one of the'way. -
it strand. pair : : )rnd; soon, the Q\fflij man and >?

IC Tiithelsndwhhthe.nkyofihe.roseatehae JLd plsins rib in Wnlifre, Incessantly fann'd, Z.yjphyrs.replfte1Al1b.IhC *,*<..,* as you'ng.,acandidatq'.cleric)i neveroffered for admission himself into again th shops, one bellL crpwneoK-hat* ;'suchj- *- -.as' $ .wjdwerp. ( .tJ 1d\{ lif pie'.:onds of London N ap pt1.t.--I.he Iorniiig' ,

was the fashion w eq.4dam'yas Yt: afrftnirty$. that jfev 'offfcesetwQ I '
fragrance they Hf *
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I ? of 'and sp :consequence Chronicle,which:is the Tdes'Id4.. ; "
fmathe flowers thirdeck my own fair sunny land. mysteries free accepted" sons, and several unmcconclusion1 ionnb1 t\tJfles. r. OD': irohnectionirv father*, became *
iiT"lItDt.tarJ and"a seat tneirra'scally red hot : journal, has existed for!77'years, the iiC; .
nf'-frecrion.nrbntfnr.' and trail!, on of the agree. IiIes: .tQ :sQniii.liiv i of 'hij.dVp.son .and the Morning Post 75, Heraldfe6nv:: fft,. rand ->>, :'
Vfrrrt sincerely) is)ff r'd friendship her hand; f changed places,1eavinE. _., n41Fh _la:. the of a .
: fet notnl.y; :daughter-in-law. Advertiser 51 ve'rS.rJ. .".Jol (.ft. !;,._. ,
f fair maidens anff.ijfnerotii yout'.iWkaeocnfote .
TuUte ;! airaccotHpfrsh'tl} vinuou$band. ECLIPSE, OF THE SUN. moveable effects, including th>!clil5rinand >' alier own'son-in-law, 'Jmt* ,still} more the _J. ,I. .' ",4.., S -.-,

'TutbeUnd where e'en Fairies would love to dis The following -'of the eclipse of establish 1 themselreiin.'. -. >,I ;i .- ir. ivI -* ;:raplKer-inila\v! J of heif o\Yh dauffhterj, ;, ''Smoking.-The'Duk We1ntoii.' t
part.TvotU;. homes. The parties rare ;in ;moderatecircUmstances" while the husband'of'lth t J&tter l 'is'thi' has prohibited'smoki 'g.ti W iBnus 'i".
take ;
which will in ,
reqnireno touch of their tndgiral wand ->, the sun place April. .* 4't., *. 'f' i "-; ; t. t 0
t .TrnIkbcfect the scene for. the Fairy-q-ieen'.* next, is copied from,Silliman's Journal : .. .. \ father-i n.law 'ofbstmo'tber-m-lawt and. Army,; Queen:Isabella' ha s.;((prbiddea .i' "_
'$ "- -. -- -""' '*' T '" r V.Peculiarly. father-.. to.bis qwr 'fath er ,Singular smoking to .the.Spanish.i Students ;,and \. ,
there |
On the 25th of April ;
Saturday ,
in this land. .
Ii&aUnd of the South bright sunny : _Sensiiive.rr' S A, tory F
COLCMBIA.Isebonville. the which ; confusion jina.t ..arise,rif chiidren unch says :Hljejtong; fzples'too, .
p will bean eclipse of sun. ,, is told'in the I. ,CHronique, .Parisienne. Intbe '
understand similar
has sent
Ail ? tl..1$46. should rout these we a *
; spring peculiar, mar, : pro ;
but where I largest .' .
although partial, even purfer'4 s t ..ts'Priis.. A. young t" I- 41 l hibitloit'to Mount Vesuvids1 :

SCARED BY A GRIDIRON. in the United States,'will, without doubt," lady endowed with the/mot delicjite .riages. >._..' 4.. "-. 'i"f.:. __: -"-_---- I ","J :.:l:' 1,; ,"- ---.-. .

INITIATION, ..FRUSTRATED; ,t be'cafefully observed by every astronp- nerve, mentioned one ev.irift a few Pass"m.JSbttJWi& -: Mrs.-- ,--Elizabeth- :_The Count St. Leon, the lof t t,, .

A wnnbcrvof.jvxnCmcinnnati ."itf\esaVtbe me W1U'aJao.be.v. ,b ,I uJ.II..eMbfediin_ 'Ohat' ', 'FefefmaSJSI Denciftm-r 1 atJ ;'. P'11 ( ..te. ;

0',' CoromercialJ i ,:yjien our city B ritau.and ',ofjjSg t jflue for \ she"Jjad'a: horror for the. r se.--f Indiana j ;S l a'l ijrptice5nher; ahsconHfog.J Lu cmboargv::reqiarkahlQ ia ,Paril' .

was new'and there were splendid the determination of hiajongitude! from I "The_ perfume of the flower ,81vS' 'me husbandti"L ti] 'bdaUd'. bojitd;:last'itust only for 1 being strikingly ]like, his parent -.

, fcalli the Masonic body held its site Greenwich, and as wlH-be.Kthe. last I the vertigo." The conversati was. ,'. thereby: rnaking'thy.exnesIgbte .. in'feature and(.unlike him In mea- ,

I.I tap in the upper story ala \vell known large eclipse that i w.jJl".1i Visible to us interrupted by the visit of a ffierf ,-.,-]lf my, :dear Beloved' ;, companion, p.taleapacityhavirig! : 'inaourse'ofnn*.t." .t'_ ; '

pablie! house, kept by Maj. S.-, who f upwards of eight years, and'the last was going to n ball, and wore arQse.. David.Peierman, 'Yl tbqutariyjustuse mitigatedIicentiosnes, -dissipated' 'an? ., ,. '

4, wts himself a high mason. As is,tbeose that wilUbe total in .our.;vicinity. until. bud- 'in her head-dress.' Our fafrhet' or provocation; ,All the'old m idi4 1d injmensevfQrtaneleft hinaiby his.f ther,'. .

.now, many new members were offering August 7th, 1869. .*, ., ineturnedpale.directly, tossed het. auis ----- girlsv" are 'hereby \forewarned lia? just''.ia titute4! a.suit against his

or asking'admission into the fel- In the English Nautical Almanac and and fell gracefully a* synycopejij ;.iaift'hb rii" or tras ltj'J t Him mother, and'compelled l 'her:to pay him'

7. lovship and mysteries of this ancient. the trench'ContiaissancedBsTems( i ,the the ottoman. "What 'strange Int. '- a &r. .deier f4 t noi'tij' $'ioo per annuitf i.utfcf an.annuify of,' .

body brethren. Why it is we can' approaching eclipse is calleil'centtal and vous susceptibilityl-What 'a 1f Ijf { inAAblt ( liis:d bts,;or.niire: $5,000, bequeiathHtjeT: ,. OJ. tEe.Empef-. .

not but there Atonesafioit annular ni,having, escaped the notice, of and impressible : wl or.; '" t" ,, ::',:&j'S
ay, are ,.many ; oranizationL"44e4 IJyJ'ipr: his c n1u trf.Pap, ts IJ "' '_ '
among the, .people, and there ever. computersof r- those'w rks, .'that a1 the spectators. "For If aye .A'o"VwUY AffVvV--ClDvirejpjcinffatt'her *1 li k"T(female whots < .__1;.... -'':--; -.- ;" J 4' 0. 1 t' s .j .'
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a G&d Dollar A
hare been, that th.novitiate. 'is1nttothi-. though the tabular.diameter of the.moon. Madam, go away!-Don't you/see\toat.. ". ppy! jddaoce '? r.n.d f ,.: committee ,of-the, ', ,;..
House of Has
eed to Il seat on n red hot gridiron'That '. is less. than that of the sun, it is so nearly' you 'have caused this spa8 n. '' Il""replied -; ', .n... l .'''!".., : Representatives S reporteilagainst '
I.m... the of '
anyg 1 of value
in making a man-a free and accepted .equal thereto,.that few d rees of altU the astonished lady. _"Yes, o( .; ...v'.S.1- -- -. J : coining, 4 '- 'r. "' '...,

brother-'they*mqst undergo ajgreaj; Aide"*ilFie'nd r it apparently'the greater course, it is the perfume of the.rose bud iRults to be observed by' :visitors'' li'a; ,1edoIat Jt" 1 ,. -' .,. ..", : .a' :' .. 'j
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many very interesting ceremonies; be- ': ,.and .sequehtly-the eclipse,.where in 'your hair." "Really, if' it is' so, I Editor* office.-Enter softly.. Sit dpwn- --Twrnne-&aUvzs.--PeteSken' .f\r" Simth' ) ..I. 5'>:-' '. '.' ,

det being shown the'grips and signals .central, tytali' uteven where longest. will' sacrifice the ujlty flower-but quickly. Don't,touch tbe poker.:_ "SSay: the S 'r s'.t.g of Nativism. :is: brotlierof '. : c '.

of the order. V* (near, thejisland.pf.Eleuthera) the duration judge before you_ sentence." The flow-. nothing interesting'''-,'- Engage j inl:<,no Gert iSsiiTtbhe fother.:or.IA ( 1 :.

On one .occasion-'_ nd/'it*_inu&tbe .. 'ofjfital dtlrkn 9 will, not exceed detached from the head dress; was controversy Don't 'smoke. Keep:(six onisnEttliCVest.: ., l' t'o,. .

some 40 ccorHXng lot our" informant .. 51 secoiifef or the diameter of the moon's passed' from 'hand'to hand the. [.feet from his,table./ Hands qnhispapew. .' : '' t* "'' "
: among .
years ago,a : > --' *-' '| : '" ""' ; ;- :''T
of many oh@ particulars_ theWgemect Shadq\J-fi-miles.: *> /- spectators' but their solicitude soon I' Eyes6ff"his; ml1 1 s tipt.-. Ir&e'. ; .Frogvfiibirtjjjswid toboaraos-t,ro t' &: :;: 'i V
and ayoung' good I looking;; ,BtbQiVing'ab1e: ; i it1 nppears/that gave ':way :to a different emotion.r the ';is a.decent'man,,he.rvviir l put 'whatrpft*. flfejile .braacHi!qf indastry inBelgiaBi* j 'J}* fc 4 ,f,

uee clerk of%one of.the,stores came the S datooibe central l eclipse) on the fatalrose.Bud,wastan: artificial one! .pers.. he... does j., ,not- wish- -- I-..withuL* i>\J yerreachthem *7"hindlegs'are stId' .bv 4he- *.'e' .": 3; *...,.v.-:: -.:,"f

e'lower rooms'of:die building,' it eartK.fll* 3h'3i Irnand, ,the length pore. qyer !tp.yOurhe; r L'content. 1i b.Ig Ii. .' 4 : \.:, '.1... ;:: ::: ; :..
Kring been arranged to initiate: ,himitwerenuig. of itsJaiirabout Qap,iniles.! For thirteen 'Triplt'Deferitel-' ;K case vas trfed a' If .he. is. abrupCot: loo'ks'rs v* -
I ; "rfsip '
He was ordrcd.to're, 'HmutesafteV; 'th beginnihg i and few dar; 8in e.jrHBaltjmore for the' recover agei; "take it for gran ted,fieJs' stallejj-!I ; ; tedtha1tien mili s.o( :.-. -.: '

'.. fofe'the end of thecentral of:anV:account t set 'forth on the andv niih.. This is whaibrotheie8Ohnpt .1rank1e.p4'.yearlyin _Parisfor. Pew. .{. .
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I m until all was ready for his recep- about seventeen '. '' ':'f ., 5,4. ,. .
} The for about half an hour face. .tf a;ppfbj given for a supper, cham- itor. ys'pot.we \ t rs. ." r 1 w'" '
: time dragging,ilnd His inindjttrmgup eclipse, or : ; : : \/ \"W ", .. -.tS-* 1' : 01. .' "_. V.
will annum the.re-. ua ne &ci ,wjieii'the,defence, most.Jn- -- 'o' '- "JolineEatts; has beenJor ;,''. 5 .
: what was about 1b meet only, it ; ;..: during f ft' 1 Rev.divine'was, DjLdjLThhcniin ent i;;v .. 'nomf. '
hi commenced ackwardg and mainder of Jle.time, or for.upwards of 'dnibii1y presented, .took a thr e. or'eidft.iitt jfiy. j '-: tni. Jiniond.1. ,. ,. 1 ;h .- > '-.
walking' '- :, c considerable. &it4s.weiiaspr ,.. '.. ,' .-'. .
forwards thiec'hours it.will be total, but so smallis i1 : "; .thg-fitBt, place, it was 4 Ai' -. : : -' 1 ,Z it. : '. '1' 'i. ; : ; .S.
,( through the passage tOn leading.the8tairwayof the the extent/(oflahd to whchthe'cIfps ieii t1fat'f ihe. defendant did not btr""t 'o r 1"v .. i ; r. jJi rtuguese ''giv thij1eeti. ;/ ;'H:.5 ..\'

the lodge. in the that TtiefpUowjrigp: anecdote, .publisher jcaLiiitina.cf ,wjin/osHtte! gels l t f a'yotch3ldrenwhem :
had sigD e ,:.seFon.d place ; .- ; : :
of i in central and so narrbjMte ;
the kitchen will be
jibt thepasxway was the Miss A ..makes
Springiield gazette
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and die a4 .
: they -
which and hinvas be1aed la Gian&totto* q :J )1tqn :wken .hesigne4t; ,. ; I ;
before ow/that-Sagua. ..1i .
directly out the ca'si oeyond Jltllues 1C ; ;" II\
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intbeik4place. .th t .be JI. .aiib : J 4 .51. .. .. ..4k:'.. ,: .
of ; .
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the doorwa a large fire burning, the north however : TB :nW a p c l1a ( #. ; :.fh1' -.y. f .
at toTU .
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Magistr -i
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of p
n being IQ that of the re- to be/ ,the only place npte-oriraportance'on .s : .
,.fairing heat For.the season comfort/year appears the eafth\that will see a in.spiteof: h'& hre c r .Cre&de fencgtvejuduzent ; 'many prelduTor: hiny uiJIXJi&4! ) : ,sige.'tlireug'h_ purgaticy t uaa.i j. -.r ". ; ,": .

iodily r or-the 'plaintiflT! arid.the' was,'f eiy good,:>buC 1Q tJ\J(o".th mt Jb J'eJo att -'\. o
It so happened that the Major kept total eclipse. ; the but; li.ttlet1:wmth'hi! t' :1 Ee46n' !..
d t', copnft'arnrny5jtS. on'h'eliytttire-tJuAaatt.beirfua4-! ;
III Irish servant girl, nnd she was the ROMANTIC. INCIDENT. case?- 1t_ -sVapp JOJJJ1h fVAa jmt. *. ... day 'after i( mt', ,deJlv; ;.! : .or erarglL;. 911( PP r' In.J lacktftl.d_ '- ; _/.
A t-tlt .
only left with the in e.rp cafiecf' f ascerta .lt1 .
Person ;
stranger pufeljsKediat .\ J' .upon4heDoctpiv jntrnts rdonratu1at&I 'insteA4 or ;';i 1f' :
that hot gridiron operation of the Ma- ,A French'newspaper the'' ronia tic lendheryoui'irOflpOt KI'l t'. v 10. n r merits.'Well, ;:id .the doctor'- IttI'. ondoled wit .HDwiaach'moreraiiMK'. i "' : tat f.
relates following
.I1$, and knowing that.tbe young clerk_ Lyons; r.p1ylitd ,.t 6wer,to..Jt&4remblipgnrfuiries, '3;vjpurtj are>thoseWmi" jthus meet- z4e.ti. .".4 K.,::.: \
'na to be admitted that night .thought anecdote ) ur.mQ : 1e r .c n! 'thnt1ioswo: .: I
9Q B' $ smiles, 'leek iPeBJt { .
when the>wina, Ii1 v ritg P IJ" .
she A few nights : rt.aholeip
have ago
,would a'bit of innocent fun.- : .much cooaetior.wthjhetet. .
.ee'.nS'lt. ba'd tJie.Klog otT 4"V.S j
tj'iiseaU : al. PmJ"8-
She took with great. yiplence.at ojj-a 1tid4n't ; 1l1 1 ,4. .. ';,'... ; ,.i
a large gridiron, on which she I bew of. 'S.J ..\ _- .. : Rr A R :l"rr tlOJUr,7 vvi'y"i v ", --j .> !: ,-H.J'' "
W broiled Q"e.ntlemltlg 9-j n D'Olugl..'m Y'.elc.n t -0, ; it.IhPdieii ..1". t : Tl
many a steak, and placed.itaa : .1 '." .. .A : I \ '. 1E 1dn'IilJ" CblC Ww. WMik prefaratiort'T!: >"f
I :.iatgecoak} ....j.z.. .(. !.l.. .. J ., '1.7' : your _"' (-. : "_ : I ."' :' < .- .
the fire in full view of the young.ex. the'wharves, ppC&pU; \ -- : : : 4.' > ,1'n", : } b.'Jt.ollu. f UII'. '-1'' iuw". .>,.'h.1 J'I i iN 1X.
Jectant of mysterious grips-stirred up 'philosophically'' smoking:; ce ga!.' ., J C i 'ryiiuol: : :r :; :1Sa : of Zo. "WlW' : ':'h m. ,r t'. : _f; '-: Ii I".. ,-. .....Lt "'.f >to' ., ..1"0 ... : .1 1I

e bluing fire and returned to watch heard," ,at a little distance a piercing curous'and ine h i tJ Y.the tK townS,oPj Groy.ein: !th l e.., oanty I t J-.I : ., .' .
result and the noiseof heavy body falljing tt1zatice&ii 'before: ja.hotelits, a W H- MlUf4.1'18. .: ,.
Cfcrky continued to pass cry, BostonEagleiJthattf; ; t of Schu lkilli hangs S 'To.- !.b. --. J.1I'ct.
the door and into,the Rhone. It was in tbe.dead ofth abOLfleSQcYftfl' havinsr tKefbllo'Wiff' 'paintedttietoa i. : .. ;t1ibe-pee. : :
and ancieflt1LilJ e .
ever anon, sip : r
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r him cast wishful glance at of the night. The..swollen river roaredwith Otis co n.tru: ,r, f. Ifr' inaeiaJlyttOm' ; 'it : :' 4 \i.EDERDEMENFUR .fiw8s? \ E. "r 0 it-\oo.t' .$ w. :;. .:,t' :
dark and the ,. J :
MAN fiSSBfk.DO '
fury. 1heiirghtwas luskun : ] ( a
The iron ) ;
aCb! was growing of r i il. iyt1 : -JilJt&r.-J .
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I g.der wharf desolate. Without a' thought tb UNDRUSDOMORIHOS' lrM'o : .. ,. ..
time he He shook DA
ereiy. passed. l telY'.de rl 4J ap :. I.JI.: .6 -1J .
4d-A him danger, 'andodfollwing.t) impulseof aucientmat41 J, (which he :BI'D01ffRED .r- WDOIa._," . .,.t ,. < ,
sigh escaped Betty, threw hbselfil of an_ .. .I '':., f':r":<- ", ""; tI '-' I' _. :j I j
rouhe Jie t t : % it ad thuk'Znter 't- '
** in ec *cie.. To place hervictip ageil regards' a. ', P 9jpt !rto. Interpreted jr '. : : .< :t. .
**U deeper ihe placed a mall : the, waves ge .struggled for .a discoiveed l in" w t.j1JtL'.4d tairimenrfor,MaiiandHpday : r iA 'Jo- J ->
agony ; i
time i ; earful" perfls, and A 'J t_... r..airid, .. y_ oI '. :
c ,taken/frojja another room as if to long ygainst: r .t s bt'ed"rli.'ae o& tw-lyan ,:'and jr stoD9'D ..-A. '1 'i yiiE .' f
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had ;
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after : .
hde from tbe.fearfttl instrument air r&aiIed :th4hore, r jdi)1. t ? : ,: '' >S :
h y the unIform .. eeu.? ". .. "j\M. 'ta.t. / A"'fi II or v4jj
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ol AMoraut iure. As the cunning jadeb be n aie: "o i epo'lted bua1I .' C .:' i'n'.t 9B'A. .,. \ f M ,..':;M." -;.:.:- ':an- fI.I..:, .Ier''k.! r _. ". .4 i i.alf
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rroatlg 'YOUD :man with a$ streDgk 2JhaJt T l + f. #ld JIW:. Mrf'a : diil ; U *4WwJaKftdi '" bw .. .1.1I'
1rj. e.a : : 'an&ntle'It e ,, B.'Cant '
kt.tbey .a beckon of the handJj ,- bnh jr.e. : SaxaatrnulJ" -'" -A" ;l.s't ) "
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al l Ue.s. ihe.soft andavayyravii
*hivery luxury: Alas"it ,was.iii 0 lMt. _01:ft. ",'.hA'"t in ,. \' By .iY aI i jch.4 _I' t._:among___.; ..rtt 'a ....P ,"...I, sh .rnmnitin nfjirt1 nffectonRtssi-th

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I .
r i 1 .'JJ:. H'Ei. N E. W S' J '-cisc of industry has been opened, in the tween the alternative set down by Mr. TOE .?4 B-TUEAmlVRY BILI i -- :', April SU h?as dIn

..:T.11I' r_&; '"1.>-'. ,. -. Ic ..... ,. an ampIcab1e It will. bo rem 'mb red that this Billy the Senate=-Mr C hl '
turning: of poor pine .land to profit by SLiDELL.and to choose ytea "
.,. U 1JAC KSON'VILLt:. APRIL 24 t' 1846. i *' l passed the<< flout 'bY a' vote of 122 to lution :
calling prftho Presidentfarther
< hostilities* !
i-'. i. .the manufacture .or'tUJhnt1n:: We; negotiation fnd1 open t f
!'t., ;It. have* 'before noticed j the f1 experhnent5f' UpoLtheUnitedState i![ ...therefore would ;66, and. upon beta g;..brow ht up in theSenate !! .correspondence that mai

,;I', ;' k ." ,.. 'Capt.I L'ENGLE near this place, and we rest the responsibility of, disturbing the was referred to the Committeeon taken place on the Oregon questioa-; .

i,. ,hope soon to' laY:before our readers,the peace 'of' the civilized world. finance., As there is hardly a doubt taken*up'. It was objected, to'aa..cu.: '
r-ri" ..-J<.....:-.. '.1 ,, .' ,V that it will become a J law, it might not' spectful the President and
L result of his attempt. Enough has beenalready To communication, Mr. SLIDELL elli
i j"K":; *": ''THE Wir.ITlA ELECTION.gBelbwwe'give'returns be uninteresting to give the general of
discovered show-that the business replied under date of the 17th March.. a want confidence in his 1z
i\\H. OS E ., as tarn's. they r is immensely profitable; and nom' He- fthereln""e.xpres J- i )- V ed*\s'hls* ,intention* > to.returntoilie'Unitcd .feature*.of the Bill. .. and integrity.: Miy Calhoun arguttZ

t >' Hayc been_ :received, of]the election forMajor hits are making arrangementsltq enter States with the least, Sec.: 5.' Provides for the appointment the contrary, that it is the right f '

:< General., of the second.division:: oft of receivers-general),'to bold'their offices duty of the Senate to obtain
; : w
f into it,. ",the. coming season.:\ rojndus* ,possible) 'delay, and_. requested.his: : ,pass., all tL as
\.'< Florida Militia / :for the of four years at '{etc city
term ,
t,'., .. try there,is nothing unattainable in our ports. ':;He thought it his duty to review; {formation, before they vole on \the q-:
:q" ConntieL: rrectncts: COOPER. IIEJUURDEZ: 'of New York Boston at CharlestonS. :
, .=- n"nl" .4 '. t27' 120. climate, and,;we trust that the attention :the'statements of 11 I.. CASTILLO. The historY at tion ,before them. "
'. .. 51.Jnhn'$:f.. ,2 i 61 6 : ; .. C.,'andlSt. Louis.. .. In the House.-Mr. 'C. J. TD
1 of.tno'se horne 'will Hhe' .
>. Colutabta; Z p'< 145 89 seeking, a new continue ,of lest twenty years_ was. con
,, > NUIA .;;S 'I" 47.. ..3. ,to be directed to .Florida. as well. clus) Refutation,,, i pf" the charges _of : Sec. 6. Provides that receiving officers replied the remarks; mn4ecOQcen.
Atacbu, ._ .i _
;.. I 3.. 5f 'of'customVand iands a d'nU
: of i him Mr. Webster
... Mari o" 3 30, 17' as, to Texas...and the Western- States.- usurpation,violence, fraud! ) artifice, .,intrigue ing by in the,&,
fit:Lucie. 3 t 32 7 f. with certain named
J:. postmasters exceptions He charged Mr. Webster with
.. -. and bad faith so lavishly. scattered I misde-
. i
.; 49C 351 THE OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE ;'through the'not of the Minister. shall keep the money paid into meaner in office while Secretary 01

,:" ::. In the first division there is.no doubtof WITH,MEXICO. them, without using it, till the same is State. He charged him with
The scheme of colonization of the tL
'. the election of C ol;BxiLEY.. Returns From the N. 0. Jcffersoriiaii,' we obtain i :t -. ordered, to be'transferred.or'be paid out. secret service money 'for hisCbiwfcor\* D j
of Texas citizens of the U. :
from twelve Counties in Middle and copies of the correspondence be- territory by Sec., 9. Provides that all receivers of -in
.... States the rupt purposes, corrupting theRftIa,
was not'suggestcd by
I \Vest, .,Florida... give" BAILEV '981Ootes,-, tween the Hon. JOHN SLIDELL Envoy ment of the latter. It in conformity govern- public money within the District of Columbia and piomoting> the liberation of McUed,
,.' OAIIP 471,- nd DUPONT 360. ? Extraordinary of the United States and I shall whenever directed by the He offered resolutions calling
with upon the
.According to the Tallahassee Sentinel the Mexican Minister Foreign affairs.In a. policy deliberately she adopted by Secretary of the Treasury, or Postmaster President for nn account of all eipemft.
that of.iexico and must her
L accuse
.- V Col. JACKSON MORTON, has been the present conjunction of affairs self alone for results., Stimulated by the General, pay the money received by tunes of the secret service moneyrdor.

1 elected, Brigadier General, of the 1st with Mexico, and the refusal of the gratuitous' allotment of lands to emigrants them into the Treasury; and that all ing the time Mr. Webster' vas Secretary

'Brigade, and Mr. A. K. ,ALLISON. of the present government of that country to and by other 'causes, the population _receivers of ,public money elsewhere of State. A spirited debate aros

second. treat with Mr SLIDELL die correspon" of/Texas soon attained a devel ape- shall;pay the money received by them upon this question. The resolotiet}

(t7\Ve have had numerous. comII" dence is very important. mcnt that,authorized them to apply for to the receivers general' at least as of- were not opposed by Mr-"W ebsf l'r

1 On the 1st of March, MrSLIDELL ten as'once a week. friends. courted full jnvest
plaints,from our subscribers in St. Augustine admission in the, JVIexican Union as a They tip,
addressed a communication to the Minister Sec. 10. Provides for the transfer... of tion. The resolutions c.
of the non receipt of their pa separate state according to the consti- passed by, a tau

i per. Indeed, we learn that it has been of Foreign relations, reciting, that tution of 1824? A convention was held the public money upon ,the order of the of 128 to 23. l ,.

'the 16th December last he had directed Secretary of Treasury.. -
on ,
i in that that
carefully reported place our and a State constitution formed. Application April 10
the then Minister Sec. 15. Makes it the of the
to Foreign a duty In
: paper had for a time stopped publication. was made to the Mexican Con- the Senate.Mr.Clayton's
of his credentials and had desiredto Secretary of the Treasury, with as much .
! The charge is false. The paper. has copy gress for admission into the Union. lution passed bya vote of 27 to 1
. know when he be admitted ,to the convenience of the
might promptitude as
, been mailed for St. Augustine regularly The application was rejected and thedelegate At the instance of Mr. WcbsttJarnagin
the Mexican President. That he was public business and the safety of the Js
: e"eryveek, and we can bring the imprisoned. Soon after the offered a resolution ,ti'
told by the Minister that difficulties existed public funds will permit, to .withdraw
evidence of' the Postmaster at Jacksonville Constitutional Congress of Mexico was upon the President for,a full stat't:
in regard to the tenor of his cre the balance remaining with the
to that effect. The fault, if any, dissolved by military force. The Federal of disbursements_ from the secret s
f lies in the'Post Office at St. Augustine. dentials and, shortly afterwards, on the Constitution was abrogated and a depositories. vice fund from 1825 to this time

ii 20th of December, had been told by the Sec. 17. Directs the manner in which
i whether which
divine mal
We are at a loss to Central government established. Texas was agreed to.

ice or negligence is the cause of their Minister that the Mexican governmenthad refused to acknowledge the authority the books shall be kept, &c., and provides In the House, the bill for raising a

decided not to recognize him as that loaning of the public
not being delivered. At any rate, either of a government which had been any regiment of mounted riflemen, passed

of them is equally reprehensible. Envoy Extraordinary. That to this he imposed upon the other States by a money or conversion of it to private use, with an amendment that'the officers, be,.
had replied by vindicating the course of shall be adjudged an embezzlement of
successful military usurpation. On taken from the present force of the army .
I Our citizens were agreeably surPrised his government and declaring his i intention } such money, which is declared to be u
+ the 31 March 1846, she declared herself :
i yesterday morning by the arrival to stay at Jalapa, until he had received an independent Republic and at felony, punishable, on conviction, by ,April 13th.

: of a schooner from Indian River, instructions. He had now received imprisonment for not less than six
the battle of San Jacinto, nobly sustained In the Senate, at the suggestion
t laden entirely with green turtle. Thinkof those instructions, and. in view months, nor more than ten years, and a
Mr. Allen it
that declaration. From that time was agreed informally) ,
this, ye northern gastronomes A of the change government in Mexico, fine equal to the amount of money em
until the present moment, Texas has exhibited that the vote should be taken on "thenotice11
I bowl of turtle soup, flavored with afresh and the desire of the United States to bezzled.
the same external signs of national on Thursday the 16th.A .
Florida. lemon, enjoyed amid the exhaust every honorable means of con- Sec. 19. Provides that after the 30th
independence as Mexico herself. message was received from tie

p perfume of orange groves, and with the ciliation, he again made application, Practically free herself, she has been June 1846, all duties, taxes, sales of President in reply to Mr. Clayton's resolution

thermometer steadily at 75, in the and desired to know the course which public lands, debts, and sums due for
i ti of the 11th informing
acknowledged as a political sovereignty Congress
month of April President PAREDES intended to pursue. postages or otherwise to the General
by the principal power of the vorld, that no correspondence in relation I to
I On the 12th of lfarcbIr.. SLJl>ELL Post Office Department, shall be paidin
.' to=aOn Friday evening last, another while during all this period Mexico the Oregon question, had taken place
received from the Minister and silver coin
a reply Foreign gold only.
interesting meeting was held of tic herself has refrained from any attemptto between the authorities of the United j
1 in which he was informed by the Sec. 20. Directs all made
f Temperance society in this place. Eloquent re-establish her authority. On the payments States and those of Great Britain,since
latter that his communication had been officer of
ii addresses were made by the Rev. contrary, on the 19th of May last, Mr. by every or agent government the date of the last documents trans?
\ placed in the hands of the President, after the 1st October 1846, to be in 1-
Messrs. JOHN,JONES, C. C. JONIS, and COEVAS, the Minister of Foreign rela : milled, to Congress.
C and that the Mexican government after gold and silver only.
= f' A.H. HAND. Several) names were adled tions,, declared that lIexicovas disposed A message was also received.frog
i mature deliberation, had come to the Sec. 21. Forbids exchange of
; < to the pledge. to enter into a negociation with any the President in relation to the receit
conclusion not to admit'Mr. SLIDELL as funds of the officers
i Texas upon the! basis of her indepen- any or agents difficulties with the Cherokee Indians.In .-
The late election in Connecticut Envoy Extraordinary. the Government
dence and receive exchange
to commissioners for the House.: The Bill to project
} has resulted in the success ,of the democratic .In this communication, the Ministerof that for gold and silver; and directs every the
purpose. rights'of American settlers. ipe
I party. There was no choice for Foreign relations, M. CASTILLO Y LANZAS disbursing officer, when the means :for
territory of Oregon until the terjniu-
g The .
Governor, but there being democratic remarked, in support of the resolution independence of Texas, then, his disbursements are furnished him in ?
tion of the joint occupancy of the Sat;
/ majority in the Legislature on joint bal- of his government, that the appearance being conceded by Mexico herself, she currency legally receivable, to make was discussed at great length.

t Jot, Mr. TOUSEY will be elected. of war presented by the United had no right to establish restrictions as his payments received for the drafts

: I In Rhode Island the "Liberty" party States, with squadrons on both, to. the form' of government Texas might furnished; unless he can, in either case, 1YE1VS. FKOJJ liUHOPJB. ...
t' f has been defeated by the "Law, and or- coasts, and land forces invading the choose to assume, nor can she complainthat exchange the means in his hands for By the arrival of the pilot, boat ,Bfc n
; mer of New York which has thus successfully
; der" Northern frontiers, while her Ministerwas Texas has seen proper to merge gold and silver at par. ,

i'I: making propositions of good will, her sovereignty in that of the UnitedSt Sec. 23. 'Makes it the duty ,of the* accomplished its adventiirdw
: THE PIlOSZfCCTM OF FLORIDA. \ve have obtained late' inteflh))
{ tcs. The Mexican Secretary of the Treasury to issue and voyage,
was sufficient to doter the Mexican government cannOt -
The prospects our youngand growing I from hearing those propositions shift the responsibility of war upon publish regulations l ; to enforce the spee- gence from Europe. The most important -
State are truly encouraging. From
1 i' I until the hostile were the United, Slates. A Minister of that dy presentation of all Government item seems to be the recent'ouib
i crowding appearances '
quarter, are invPoland.
t every immigrants i removed. It was evidently the desire s country\ is present in Mexico clothed drafts, and prescribe the time in whichall .

1 I 'into- the peninsula ihe'vast, with the intention : of the United States to increase her already with,full power to settle all questions in drafts shall, be presented for payment After the first- reading. of, -the. ne\v !

t 'fdeveloPbwhich resources I' nance bill i in the House of'Lords
its rich soil and climate immense territory, at the cost of dispute, and, among them, that of Tex- ; and to guard, as far as may be, corn,
as. The of small military against those drafts being used rice and- buckwheat, were to admitted.
i that of Mexico. The American Con- appearance a or '
afford. Large planters and small, rich into (
all 1 resolved theirrtune i gress had taken the first steps in. the and. naval force on the ,confines of thrown into circulation as a paper currency England of'duty.
and poor, are to try [From the London StandanJ.'lIarch '
Mexico has been cited evidence that ,,or medium of exchange.Sec. Ittj
annexation of Texas. The as
The Paris
<> in the New State, and to those : governmentof papers continue to be chiefly

conversant with the advantages here of- .Mexico had declared that they would the declaration of a desire to preserve 24. Fixes the_ salaries of the receivers occupied with ,the ,Polish insurrec*

is insincere. The crime whichwas general.. The receiver' tion, but the .contain the
fered. there is no doubt of the immense : l look upon annexation as a casus belli*;- peace generalat rumors they on

I success.'which await industry and 'per But b proceeding to vindicate her i imputed' to the laic Mexican President New York is'to bo paid $4000 per satisfactory subject are of character..the. moat"vague sad al,

outraged rights, propositions had been ,and.for whichhe was expelled, annum,;at Boston, Charleston and St.. The. '
t severance. I insurgents are said,to amount
i For the agriculturist, there is no limit i made to Mexico by the Texan president ii i- was:that of not having prosecuted the Louis, $2500 per annum. :. 40,000men. The Journal -te Dt1J at$

to the Display oft his energies. The i to settle their difficulties on: the war against Texas, or, in other words, IV12M'S IlI101UV. A UINGTON. publishes history of the ,rebelJi matt
4 poorest',; can be made as available. : basis of the independence of Texas,and against the United: 'States. The avow April 7th, 184Q. from which it appears that it has eito*
ed and In the Senate.-Mr., Webster ded to the Russian, army, and that it
the had threats
to receive of Mexico resum-
i government arc
the bestof the .North. The finest ,
as ; ; would not have broken out at the
the commissioners Texas sufficient for the : pd his speech on the treaty of Washington Pterent
and. host valuable Sea Island cotton sent by for cause position assum- moment had not the numerous chaaW

6 grows all over the peninsula By'l'l late that purpose. The agents of the United ed'by the United States. of 1842. ces of detection rendered delay im

advices from Germany, the,Florida tobacco States in Texas, however ,availed ;Onthe\ ',21st March! ,M. DE CASTILLO, Mr. Webster commented on the charges : sible.The > r ;

themselves of the situation of Mexico, made against him by Messrs. C. J. i provisional Government of ,Cry
brings prices 'reaching to one addressed a reply to this -
\ .communica-
cow with and "
Ingersoll and Dickinson. His wereacting vigor
and the of annexation almost phillipic r
act was
dollar per pound. Immense tracts of the, tion, declining any further discussionof the latest authentic accounts nd attem '
rePresented to have been.the
finest sugar land in the world, arc open immediately_ consummated. This, adjunction the question, and announcing to Mr. of greatest* had been made by General Collin'to' }
;to' the wealthy planter. A The insect was effected by the' odious SLIDELL, that he therewith sent him his thing ;kind ever uttered rn' the tack the city. It was,. however- '

9 mains of fraud and violence: Senate. His negotiations in the Boundary ted in Paris on Sunday, that the :
which infested they \
formerly orange tree passports. Through some mistake the .
treaty had been condemned scans assembled at Cracow redo
beginning< to' disappear_, and to the By the replies addressed- to the communications latter. miscarried, and Mr. SLIDELL returned abandonment of as an half of :it tp ashes, and driven, out"Poles
arid it .
our ..rights had
Indolent, the'care'of planting an orange of Mr. SLIDELL in December ,to ,the United t States ;without been '. who, in their retreat,,'eaton,;( 'I'

V *or'lime' grov ,:,-richly) repaid i jn a tile Minister of Foreign relations] them.. given nsa reason, why we should cd'a large body of. Austrians. nncU .
; not ,
negociate the '
V From the St.Johns declares that it was.the intention of the : on Oregon. Mr. ted, them. l1.
.. few years. Enterprise on It will be seen by the.a bave'that Mr. Webster had 1)een'charged with direct The Prussian Government 'notwi ,

** *to' Ca, a'Florida*" *, '*the. lemon\ -, the Mexican government:;only to admit a SLIDELL_ has;,conducted. the. ,negotiation J i interference with the State, Judiciary ofNew standing the sympathy',openly aro .

'lime, 'the' banana, the citron,- and the.orV4 Plenipotentiary of the United_ .States t_.ro.ug.OU\ln a_ manner befitting, .the r _.rkn., the M'cLcod affair. for the insurgents in Polishrussi !j*fj
>r: ( His
ange! ..grow spontaneously and ,without with powers ad- hoc,- to treat for 1 exas. dignity, of .his ,country.; The ,two nations refutation was eloquent and pears,to' be,disposed.to remain nr"1 \

: cire.-ro thosOh have cultivated Time reception of an ordinary ogcrit.wjth. Qre'now at issue. The In'the complete. in the matter << R I.::

: thecold soils'of.the North, and who( can tlje grave question of \.Texas:still, pending ..bjKty, has:been, 'thrown-' 'upon, : response:Mexico, Bill was rejected House, the,by a Cumberland large majority.The'Senate Road.' In,the.M.Chamber' of'is said of Deputies, wcea "' "onurday ""

.' :( .. tV9r j zrr ojjical winter,
f,' l if.r1 -s:'gigtler. 'ujduccmcDts.- ; i .,,- .for- .,.setV t.. lheterrriination'?; -..,, -_ *
'''' 1j.J --*.4>* 00, not! ,therefore of lexicotuttbat vine what ; : : e.protection ut mfe'Uj! an German oa fib{)
( is
::. .1, meatt?. _. ,i.Moreevr !a" ;" thepart will be the rcsult'of the com i : .
I; "'" -emfgrantsi
:r 1: ;a c4vfield) *for' ihp cxcr-. of the UhitetTStatcs' to. decide, be-, .test.- :'- .'.." _, ..,*....'.**".. ;.:,": ,'.*. ..' 'I. t taken .ViV' ; tp0regon.' !, \vas' and Paris a .rel ort of 19 qazeny that nouccd the state ad t T\<.

t, '' prints Sunday,

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t-bWi t i; far":'frni m satisfnctor-- here; and to-morrow;sends, to,Brazos nt Z tIII'HH\ I ,-r "ft',::O'N i ;.> ** f>i*? "' iPpii AiiT tWi.. ..

refugees in France. were, di-' Santiago for>six 18-pounders, 'arid the __ a* r 7. t* e* -* -** **5J

1 reJisb to, partieS but have' laid251Je first'act of hostilities on their:part .will Under Me rorufctfrwerf Occvpetis' JScttfthc 4& .4 vgct; l8il-.,ipJUfi . .

rIJLPU for; the be the town be "thrown into fits v Eermits&trt granted for settlement'en Wr -1 ifi'[
theIr diflcrences purpose to. : ; L the and. F .1 dates of'such'Permite' ', nh. ,. ; '. 1"
peratiD against ,common. enI our Generals arc 'fihe" devil'on,. J .5. c"I / It'P" 'tl t. .r' t..t,
J. fits." e i '. :u.; JOTICE 1.bf.-liir1n. to_ 'tlmcI. >tcftIspnr' t .*l'Bt7.. .|., i iit By the kiBii B .jaiisener: in .L :2"I op' h1 L L_:' -. ,- .1 ,.
uescn .Ilnuu 1 1- .. ':3,
t ? eigh\hcit And nodoubt will 1 ask-"Is rs.IJW\"tt IM"PD wnI 1aw"s. V J Ie. : : .
.Cott0fl had improved one a now,you, ,: ,the steamer|Wra. 9aoi1 .WB have rece4 Buirict tand ftfci.t'Ne.rialia rie. Klorula.aiid aIL. .W oI "' .. *'liar* ':'f :
owing W'advices from the U. there-to lie; flight Vv I will : answer i( aid Act for pretoioguV"fact thuxibc H nlenWt hat been"coim&eea:*aa4_ pa.b iuftaV' 4 ,TT '.

tt tsf. and a short supply Wheat, ,was I Ic you"candidl)..-"I ,don't,knowr" They YashmgtonJpaper3 tt1.! latest i.'ctior( Upon:.ln bit_. ft Jor-ated,"',i/|izpir i'it th* 'diti l op '. tM'T..W 'Mi" ...11 '..i1.. :: 1

a .higher.. have let two beautiful opportunities slip dates,containing important tDr l1B tt1oL &nete 1 lit.p Tho* '.pplu-anu,,ihf reTore;wbo.s.tt.ntim ....'ot1fa8N. o* *Hr ivpJi ., :
to tpence /I to fife! with the NewD.D .
n"ciatrrand Reivn
c, me, at inP. Wfonr tiUtti
vas a shilling better and a large through thp fingers: one at:thecross-, The joint .resolution I i o lpojice'v Jas- 11VCJ7. pruofpursuant.to the ritihernenii f tIwlw shove metiontd. .4,,* ,

yIour ings of the.Little Colorado, thejother: sed the Senate on the 16th -with?;an- .Sbeh pruof atouldt 'ibe"apiincantdlif5datit rorVoUirtW byibefltnf 15mcw' nt t we*r ',.. '. :'.:'
Se[ of Parliament lias 'notbeen as ,we came through the belt of close ara**f ol,. competent vrftne,W. *"bidpooC.bmlJ..!'11at.* alf iUtintctia 'a7u>tliJaetileneiivianrtp
attention underwood which extends about, amendment:and on.the JL8th eainenc-- Piha af.* naUoni>f.the'quartrr .eclioaonwhUh ti M'rnMlH ",. .
formally' directed to the state of growth -resolution\ the Hosith' .Unk*,, he'r: _rrqulrrdJii !the for>*nJn-J:i"fi&l! Mi"r.datri: Bpeelfied ib> tpprfcasta'.* t
The foar miles from this along" the road as ,passed? : VllliWfyitaU tulcand claim .. 7 .
relations. despatchest -' .. ', : rj&hj!> to UnJ.undfrflirir ilf'rm" > '' .

teOrtaron by our Express boat Romer, we approached Metamoras. Should Ain- another amendment, by. avotedt14io. Dates,nn or befure-wbkli tbe proof of rtUencatnuu. "
'T h. .
ore .
arrive with his force he owns p. I I. ,Rane.., "., >. 4"'r"
pudia *
!fcud before the ministry, but not may : 40. > ? ;* I ;* .1 L.etIeLabdIhega Mctioo dctrnbrd. \ : .
dbeeu .
:! show their vcfiect. give us a ball, but our gallant fellows *- *" v *.' T 'Tw "IIODe Eat11. elapsed to The resolution .provides,that' the notice d.. \ # .
unc is in Coercive. will not bou done in -courtesy.The T.CI6t.courSot.lb.I' Twepi-une: I -Ilh Apill. .1817. ;. '
,PArliament enspiged a 'be given at'the discretion of'the' TwpniT-two do. .Ib Apj'jl. 1M7.; ,' : "
land here is .
The Couri- splendid) and in : I. .
Bill for, Ireland. Liverpool appearance ** TwNTy.1wo, dn.t ,_; r"S 4th, A I T 18D.; .i .
of the Hlu says the statc .C tnal like the Mississippi bottoms. President. Of' -NOTE. -Tim'particular* a.to the ftettkttMtit.thuubi be thf l.iaDe.brn rr tHnaammraraqrii ij; -

tr iustifics any cITort for its ameJioratiofl The color of the river water is like that The. Mexicans bad. crOssf d'thRio. the kintioferopeultiTativ)-numherofarre* in cuItlTatk>-thekuidof trnptnrat rtct.I.nabe"-. ,

'DUpuy but thinks the Eat St. .Ger1113iU'S of the Mississippi, and perfectly fresh. Grande vith- J aboutiOOmert" f for,* ,the- "-. t>f|er>un'*compo.in the famity;.''ilicrininitiag. between, atlult and duklrrn. male ami frma>*.) :
purpose Stliitnam! cdlorWd. 1 SAMUEL RUSSELL.
llbc a dead letter. \ : Yours. truly. JOHN 'PARSONS Receiver ; '
_. '*' -- - ._ ** of attacking the post at PplnVIs-; l >
TheJ insurrection in Poland seems tore L UCD O"lc.E.'NeWn_i,*V1I ". (FI_.') April; ,'17th.. 1C4G. 3tfcoVVUKICATICD. '- ,. .
crisis. All parties seem Jlmirican Spirit.-d Small Mistake. abel, which was held.by Major MONROE, : I

reached.a It will be in the recollection of oui readers '- Cenrts"ertbe'E "
hopeless itscarcely with only one comp nr. An.':attack ] asierB CircviC.Tbe .
agreed that a more attempt that \\"e'announced on Saturday the S Who shames a tcribhlerT! break one cobweb thrbngb; following-are he sinus fuf lioldiof the; ...
possible to conceive..TAeO0hi was expected everyinom, nt. He spins the aligbt aelf-pltuiDC'P thread anew:" era] courts in Uie Eastern Circuit, daring tlw fr -'
arrival in Cove of
13 Question in France.-The a United! States pilot Destroy his fib.or IOpb 6U.in Tain.Thecr .. sent ear: _- -'
schooner 84- tons direct from New .atur.'. at bia dirty work-s.iain H : "
The New Orleans Delta that In'tovrjiL'Coonty-.t Jack 40i
received ooTille. en th
ourrierdas Etats re'- Tbron'd ou die centre of his shin designs.. .' .,
French by the Syl- York, having on board a gentleman there: are in that ,city at, least I 300 .pro Proud of a"rat extent of flmuj Hoes.*' Monday of May and November.. '. a
Bkr files of papers supposed to be the bearer of official des- fessional and tlie ciiief Kuo winj the trascibitity ii"tbo 'Sciir1on"welid In NAS''U County.at Nassau Court Heos,oo 0 '
and remarks them, ,blacklegs, ) portion .. 'the 3rd fM.v
Grassc upon Monday and lb.yetl.
fie de patches-who at once ( not expect a ii)thing el et when defrndin Columbia on dyafrer'the
proceeded to .
of them board the fashionable
at 3rd in J.
sensation Monday November. i
was from liis '
attack than
become .
profound produced *, to somewhat '
"that a London. On her'arrival in Cove Har- .e, .
tels. In COLUMBIA County, at .Sad
France by the. refusal of our betmearrd nurmflves with the venom of the Alligator on .
in bor, with the American flag flying at lualtutooM "|.ril". Yet we write more ,fut the Monday in May,-ami iLl 4th Moaday December. -
submit the "
Oregon .
Gorcrnment to question the mast head, a Lieutenant of H. M. custom with the Railway pir- purpose correcting a ttjiographica! en or, which tIn .
toarbitratjotL" All the Paris jour- S. It.is..a appeared in uur article, reversing the meaning of ALA Hvi' County. at Newnansvillt. on ibaTst '
an analysis of the corres- Vanguard. was despatched by order, ectors in England to give the press several the sentence iti which it occurs:,a IM!of which an'qn.- Monday ia May and tbe 'rd Monday December.

nL1s: produce and the thatit as understand, of the Admiral, to require shares in >every company, in orderto fair ad vantage Has b entaken.than to let fly antubvr t.'

F0 ndenr.c, express opinion that the flag should at once be editorial notices commonly) cal- arrow to accelerate the extinction of tbe few remaining In MAnms County, at the Court House at Oca-
is a miserable paltry object to keep taken down. I gain sparks of vitality which auimnttf the la. on the 4th Monday in April.aDd on.the T e. .
nations hovering between led puffs. There is some chance,for d,y after the_2nd Monday in December. ;
I Scorpion.
tto great The Captain of the W. J. Romer received editors in Europe. Such gifts: wouldbe ,In BtKioV C.1unt1..i the Site,.the
and fear as if there were something I The error to which we allude my be corrected County .
bce of the .destinies of therest the British officer with much called "black mail" hereabouts. substituting a comma fur 11 period after the 3rd Monday in April.. f "
j4olved in it courtesy, asked him down to the cabin I word never. The sentence will then rea .
crnrCs-Voltaire's remark is from this unfortunate which thou bust day alter theSndMottdiiy In ApiiL (fIn
-and having been made acquaintedwith faux pas
The Montreal Times states that there
the disastrous war St. JOHVS County,'at Augustine, on the
that most ciiinmiilvd, awl which thou duubilcts regrette, .
the object of his visit the American's ,
battalions of militia i- oml.Momlayi iriJu..1K1 OctuLer.o.
and France had, was about are seven organized never .
the frontiers of reply was characteristic-''So in Canada ; and that the total num- "Like liitlrt wanton Utysthat swim on bladders," 1'
of on .
now, it the fear- long as I have an arm to pull a trigger, ber of inhabitants is 41,000, of whom to venture ugnin beyond thy d"pth. teat shy high NcwandCkeap .J'
Canada in order to apply to no man shall dare touch that blown pride break under tbce and leave thee, to .
flag. -
ful strife we and England shall have (if This reply the "British- 18,000 are French Canadians, who have the mercy uf the rule streum sLat nut forever DRY G U .0 D S Sf TQ'It4LT A' ; ,
acres of rocks. prompt puzzled 79 out of the 210 officers of the batta- hide tliee. Did we feel like peHoiming the inglo-
any we have) for some er" not a little-he returned to his ship lions. i riou task of criticising the production of sheScorpion HE undesigned huvinx recently opened a.
The Paris correspondent of the "Cour- _ _ heW Dry,Goods*nd Clotliing&0..in Jacksenvillv ..
for further orders and in I
a short time, we might very s *>n an expose .
ier" attempts to show at length that it's Red.-A of his ignorance beginning with the first ;period of in the location lately occupied,bj MrBuns. _
caIne back to American officer with "dny Color, so chap 'solicit ( the public .bat .
must necessarily be the ally of his article which beauties its bungling construction respectfully ,
France an ample apology, to the effect that see- from the country, stopping at one of our contains a palpable*violation nt one of of their patronage. 'By late arrival w* haverr-* "
and that sensi-
England in this matter, ing the vessel so small, his commanderdid hotels, being asked by the waiter whether firm and simplest principles of tbe English language. cetvrd the following choice-. Good, ,which haw
Lie Americans expect nothing else. black been selecuil with great care,sad will be sold al-
not think she was an American vessel he would have green or tea But we cannot >
-- --- and that the flag of that nation had. replied, -he didn't care a darn what color to throw light, at ull times upon lm- moderate pi ice*.
Ready mad summer Clothing, consisting of
1 Corre.pnndrnce rT the X. O. ri a .unt"] nighted intellect we will: explain what in our article
FROM THE ARMY OF OCCUPA been used without authority. So the it was, so it had plenty of sweet'nin' through ignorance or obstinacy struck the Shirts. Pants.Vests and Coat; Maslias and Calicoes -

matter ended.-Cork Paper. hi it.i "-Knit. Sun. mini of 'Scorpion" as a blunder-and we attribute ;"Ginhams; H nM>*pun..Swiss Mosliae .ndrJaconets '
TION. Silk and Cotton Hantlkescbief.DriI.*- I
hi*blindiir to these causes because tL:1ure "
CAM?. NORTH BAM op TIlE Rio GRANDE, Queen Victoria and Corn Bread.- almost invariably tbe result of narrowness of mind I; lings of various kinds' for gentlemen's summerwear'Ladis '
Prosperity of Ohio.-The recent- and Gentlemen Boot,, Bootees sjtd .
I Texas March 29 1&46..Vy we believe no farther than we can see. Judgment
The N. York Sun that Victoriaand
Ohio and GeMs straw Hats "
the Lidies-Bonnets
ly passed by Legislature, revising is the perfection of wit which penetrates into the Slips ; ;
Dear Friends : Yesterday, at Albert have been breakfasting on Knives and Pistitli with a choice .ertDWllcof.;
the State tax basis, is a verY'im- recessas pftI.in', observes all that merits observation -
abont half past 11, the "star spangled corn bread made from Dr. Bartlett's one. It ad vances.tbo basis from and perceives* what seem imperceptible Cutlery; an. Musical ,Instruments choice
pDrtant and
banner"unfurled to the breeze, was firm receipt viz : one pound of Indian meal dollars and which gives birth to wit at the right timo and in she iarietyef Guitars Violins/Italian'strings;
135 to 450 millions of
over f the best *
Piano Music i> publications Togrtberwith
and clothes it in chaste, and elegant
this bank of the Kio Gran- right place
planted on one quart of milk, two eggs, a fewsmall places the ability of the State beyondall diction. We are not astonished to see,that the various other articles too numerous to mea--

opposite to j\Ictamoras, by the Amcr- J lumps of butter, and a little sa- doubt. It will furnish ample means affinity existing between wit judgmentshouldbe lion. The public KPnHIIl.fp..ite.1 !."we.v

i ican "Army of Occupation of Texas," leratus-baked in a flat pan. I to her interest and gradually to liquidate a matter beyond,the comprehension or **Scorpion 'a cull. ROSENTHAL & GATTMANN." .
pay Rosentlial offers his services Ladies*
CMr. to
and around it .
hearts himself the
were gathered as whienbe presents in spectacle ofa "
the State debt. who desire instruction be.
true as ever beat in the breasts of any Fruit of 'lissions.-Tbc editor ot man possessing a smattering of the one. and an and Guitar Gentlemen audViulin. For o.Was tinoa *

men. As it gave its beautiful folds to the Cherokee Advocate asserts that, in Another Victim.-The body of''SamRoe" entire for want his'ill>f the timedjeu other, d'etpritt-who has,, become doggerel notorious dit- above. termsreoqssire tj.M' ..0-

the winds, no bravado, or shouts, or cx- proportion to the population there are was found at the foot of a deep ties. rude repartees.and tramp lampoons. Jacksonville April 24rb, 1846.

clamations rent the air ; hut silently fewer men among the Chcrokees, who ravine near New Canaan, Ct. His head The ribaldry of"Scorpion" i is so faithless to its IJ :

firmly, it took its place, while OUt band cannot read or write, either Cherokeeor i and face had been disrobed by birdsof prose, that the.sensible cannot" but view it as an IfOTICE.ALL interested, arehereby. notified*,
; whom bit persnns
index merit
to "Sagittarius. by
truck up the "Star Spangled I Banner" English, than are to be found in any prey, leaving a ghastly spectacle, libel would be considered the .highest praise. Six Months after date, I shall apply to '
and "Yankee Dood! State of the Union. the Honorable tie CourtvitlTrubari' (or. AbcLim *
e. which the mind contemplates only Calumny and detraction ate *pnrk which if you ,

I When ive arrived, we fouiui the Mexican with horror. About two rods from the do not blow them will go out themselves. In the county fur a ,discharge (rom my admtnijTra--
Gold Dust.-Messrs. ColburnArmijoand bitter contempt he affects to feel for us, and our don on the Estate uf William Srandfey.deceased ;*.
troops had retired-it was said Lussard the of Santa body a basket was found, containing a production and tbe vulgar epithets of which he is and also at the same time'' and place, for my administration .

tint a fexv.days since some 2000 were company bottle of rum, another smaller bottle so lavish. the discerning oberver can plainly,perceive 'on' the Estate of Martha. "SraadJey.,. .

on this sideto the city of Metamoras, Fe traders who arrived at St. Louis on was found, but a few feet from his per- the writhing of the"Scorpion,"-Kaeret-la- deceasedthi24th April. Witt _, ",

previously collecting the people lying the 25th uh. breught with them gold Len lethali arundo the fatal shaft sticks in his COTTON RAWLESJhhniarstr of'i _
up son empty. :
April 24th, 1 46. Cm- .
on this side and them to dust to the value of one hundred.and side and rankles his heart. .
in last that in ,.
We our our countrymen .
fifteen thousand dollars. '.r
burn their houses. But two or three Arkansas Debt.-The Helena (Ark.) of taste abound; but their still voice is often LandOco Notice. ,, ,

families remain. Their boats were; all The steamer Hendnch Hudson brought Shield states the debt of Arkansas to be drowned in the clamors'. of a multitude of ambitious THE holders of Receipts issued by JODA Cr. .
the the'interest ',vho thunder in a critic. late Receivrr-at St.
on other side, while crowds of peo- New-York about $3,500,000, contends ignoramuses Augustine, for
lined down the North River to on and name.'* It i is with the son of lru.-n..8t with the lands situate within this, Land -Dsuaczsadot -
plc the bank and the debt be paid, ,
opposite companies last 1006 25 centsa on cannot now his cheer coble ,
at in
Friday passengers sun of nature; rising glory to repuUrly entered and,raturned bybimar noU&ftI
of mounted men and foot were seen head. with, 'what it calls "a spirit of self-sa animals, and to light man to his rational labor, be to present the same at this office for adjust meat* t

marching in different directions through crificing honor," recommends that the.Legislature allures from their cells' tht) more numerous insect SAMUEL- JIUSSELL Rr*4ter. .

the city and its skirts. Behind their I Medicine.-One of the new propose to the creditorsof tribe to bask in his r.dianu-- the choice JOHN> PARSONS. Receiver.
Expensive exotic rears its i delicate bead above the fertile! soil),. LAND Orrtcc,:t NewnansviUr,Fla, Lr .
the bank could discover called said Stnte of Arkansas that they -
nearest we products chemical operations, to inhale the fieahne.ss of the'dewy morn presently April 24th,1845., S.-- ,
;pieces of The Mexican Aconitum Na- cancel their evidence of liability i choke ibis ._ __ __
artillery. Aconitme, made from the present nature lhr'u ts up with it, either to :. .) *\. -2* -. -m ,
-: '
% was flying from three points-Gen. pellus wolfsbane, far exceeds val- and receive in place thereof, State gentle (plant with excluding the lu'n. or divert its ";- Town- Lots forSalc' r .

jia's quarters, the barracks of Sap- ue other artificial substance ever bonds, not bearing interest, payable in nourishment to themselves. the stinging and nettle,the Monday. ltlJei, 1846. .J f }:. '

pers and Miners and the bar- any article have fifteen from date.!' '. stinking hemlock the drowsy poppy manysuch advertis-r will sell the faUowrnf tvevplois
Artillery made. TwelvGgrains of the years /; noisome weeds. We have. en led to revert TilE situated ia'the town of Jacksn '

racks. When our flag went up it.as lately been received as a large import tu this byjerceivingtlat others ofthi, pigmy race .-illfo j oo the firsl Monday in June next'at rubJief -

followed: by the British and French tion, by Mr. Patterson, apothecary of The. Cost of the.Powder>cxploded.to, have com to,the rescue of,their.gasping, transfixed auction in C.ont'of."d.tJ Coors Hoose'in that rJ-,..

flags; but we looked in vain for the flag this place, for which he paid fifteen dollars usher in the Sabbath with a morning', the frnijful brother. spitting'of their out their rank batmleM fantasies,rhyme to feed, .Plot No.'1, marked as lot No.6,in block No.11,'.. .

of our Consul-he, no doubt, had some in New York. At that rate, an gun through the whole line of for ':that the car of spawn fools. This is as should Lf'I. on fire a map,i ( the'county of'the town: Clerk Jacksonville'Said p4*,t fifal MOD fa i tb.tkaU-.' '

good reason for its absence. ounce would cost six hundred dollars ; surround .this country, it .is estimated 4'Onuhen dunce* are satiric, aWe South \Vest corner Newnan and Adama afreeu,;. .

Gen.Worth was ordered by Gen. TnpiOr nine thousand six hundred dollars amounts in the course of ayear to a tak..jt for a panegyric. Ircin the lot whereon Mr. Wood's Hole .DO_.
a pound Hated by fools) ,and fools to hate, '.. .
hundred stands 1 1I'lot
to cross the river with"despatches and would be worth no ,lessa um sufficient to furnish one
ton and .
; Be that our motto our
No. 2 marked the above
referred .
for Gen. Mejia and Consul. He millions five Sabbath Schools at the ':. csi with.. ample these epiemerte. on map .'_ '
our sum than twenty one ," .- We .ay for the encouragement to as Lot No. 1.on block'No. 2. 'Said plot b us..
Went with his staff to the ferry. Some hundred and four thousana dollars.- libraries. aflected with tfifcaceli(' ieribendi do not the North \V".tcolDe..or Maiket and Bayatreets;. .

l little delay occurred before res- let Pope. .enlimerii"aliule learning, is. a dangerous being'the lot whereon Mrs. .Maae'.Bwdl.g>'. .
any WashiizgtonUnion. The ,oracle was
Star thing,) .intimidate jou. House no"stands. > -
rouse made boat"came THe Richmond '
was !
; finally a Wonderful intended for are in no.Janger-jou ,
not you you Both'plo .m be soldd..the day Jiamed/to ,
over and the General crossedbut, .Mejia The Baptist Church at Newport, says another relic of the,classic ages, carl sin With ,!impunity, your tnsignibcance ,afford- lie i highest bidder aUohrtHj, with all tenements "' '

*eat Gen. de lc Vega to receive him, Herkimcr county, have resolved not to was,found in that..city, being a dogcollar ingyou the surest protection. Rest Jn ,conscious and appurtenances .tb Ol 'Tlatevra* ,wUt'W.i .; -
beneath the *
faying that he [Gen. M.] being chief allow any member of the Independent supposed have belonged,to Julius security oP'Sa'-,uarius.you we"immeasurably\ViconcIudebj subjoining'thefollowing arrow made.r, :satufactur' } to.purchaser.. "

m command, could receive none but Order of Odd Fellows commune with Ccesar, from the fact haviJZg his name graphic sketch of .Scorpion" lie will Jacksonville : MARIA'DOGGETT, .
Our chief in command. Gen. \V. hav- them engraved upon it! 1. doubtless, recognise' bunself io.it! if..he does floi, ..- s 'Arril,3cti J84S'f jT -" c.

ing! been ordered to deliver his ,des- his friends will : r -:
'thousand the West abuses professional With flat she windowed, well his liead; Proposals Xpr'Bcpalrs Comity ,_
** cL ,m Seventy-one newspapers A paper i in pert ejes '. "w .
? person, returned with them, of ? A'brain all feath rs,and a IwartsU lead: ., ." .JaiL 1
and in the pbstbffice a 'briefless lawyer ? .
there I believe, all communication. arc daily deposited. gentleman Who reads' but with a lust to misapply,; 0 ALE'0. PIlOrOSALS.'wUJ l .iecei, 0& L ". '

has ceased. New York. The Lo is\il1c.JournDl.takes'hurcotem; Makes'satire lampoon,and fiction lie, Y .. ;the ulkl.uilWd ILDlilth.fi.n.A1 Sing .4
. While there Gen to task and admonishes him never A clerk foredoomed his fatherVsoulto cms*."' ,fr,making,the.tcdJoir! inf sr>eci rd4 palrs jr I
de k] Vega remar. One first of April at New- porary should JaU of this cjuuaiy,.viz t A tew roof sJd.* -
ked Jl Jolt.- mwurithout a, cause.' _. Who tens a stanza,=when he engraft thy ? upon ,. .
: lo General to.abuse'a { :
Worth that JaiUo'f bcstCjrpresShui' les, in ofabs '
"while the tin honest' blacksmith of the Never ..iduledout.nt. one "lucfcj.bil*,. place Im ". .
bury rti .
I tnencans held rouf..wibwi4ckii'i* now 'rNW9D tbejaip4.. :
their of. L. .
his W .
present position found order on id i tuo. AfooLsojusl acopy '
"Miller" faith an ) ..
uf.: Uiodoormay. .the sill liateU
oath .. SXctTTARlt'S. ao4 .with 'roUfdirooas > :-
tetpcct Metamoras his General mend '\'ick1and. Nehoo couolj, Ky.,:on tbe"7tbi..r. j '
slate-"to hoop an, earthquake, At : asjbsxfpace Ulwivn the iaj et fpii' ,,,
( b"Hnouh.nk 'HonVD'AVIDL. c' f
[ of the Rev.J.TAERIS Sthi. ._ f [COMMUNICATED*]
treating or comuiu- the Jock 'the of New Jerusalem, by [>uter sluttters of each door;the tI -JOt bemt4eju4 .
I that on gai YULEE. U. S.: n.tofCrom Florida,to MIA* Messrs., Editors: Observing;a corrrspoodeocegoing .
tGmg, or words 1J41ck.thclne&s, and ,boluddouJ.o
so ,
to cfiect that the ,:
the on 'CMXELIES A. herein tbe seem .
hinges Hon. parties
and of
.repair C., daughter on'tn etT
NANNIE' your pa $
ii should rendere l immo-b and-thereby tp rande !
fls army retire before they the infernal regions !1'- be really, losingtemper, I'MM! you the underwritlen "
to. ,
d think door of J:ClCL arrl : '\ both, the brick ralKinaecessible to any person'fromwithin : -
of 'friend to
f to"thcrii
entertaining overture as a to i ironeautterto be clIO..
anPront ;.a good stronr J _
.\ n from us." Gen. Worth replied Caleb Gushing.Ihe ,Boston ,correspondent PASSENGER. 7I'er treat'the subject In debate a little nwtnllsndly., the iron frame according tqtbjaxirawUifpfjthe.aid : I

,". k.c I! Vega, and requested the inter- of the Charleston Courier says, steamer St.'Matthew- (rom Savannah The, unusual,warmth, from'the of the fact disputants:in'philosophy'.! -weinynppo.earis 'that door,.mrhichmay, be aeien. by appJkadon' La tha-. '!;) .

tctcr to be particular in explaining his "1 understand,the Hon. Caleb Gushing April 20._-Mr a.* 'elt. Messrs.. Cutlery: J. .\V. ligkt and.k at usually! cO tngethen orh roiy be, lsvtr.Bond 1 wilt;ttT.b :required" : |af'the- peaaj=smotT&ii&' .

.Uage' IU Its full force the. democratic, candU Rtendia1'Glno. the words of the poetrthat ;
: that 4ttfaPtell is spoken of as Preston.Golhinan in f :Huodied Ootlarff'wiib eeoirity;, (ebeaffirevedby.ibie .- .
< than shE was woat'A ;:
Pressiveof the tenure by which date for the office of Governor of Ma'ssachusetts Per ateamer Win. Gut D.. {rore; ,SayannahMrs. The adnvetinenmad/ui'ton'comesneaierea'rih*. ; undqrsifffted. M Mi It(ot lbabnuaac :r.IIVaI.1''.'\ ,

Je held,the north,bank of the Rio Graneternity. ai ;the next election-a capital Arril .. DaTis.-Mrs.Scaton.Miss. .; Bur- : ..I.t,cried Tom,'moD g matt.nnriou.. ( *of Mtd .tn\a pr yhta ifce..sisq s'nfr1i thypwpqsals..I'npusali'iatioubi& '. 7 ,-r
ue Lts\*** ." selection. if the.rumor is true." rin- I ,', f -'II'-Cr. .y mJl,. S.'L.' k 1UftY, .! ... ," 1l- .T"at wao.alemiCromdw.tcJJaruack Burpi ,. t1 flagjflariis. '\ i :.nt fI..iJlf k CNJ 1ad..tM; CMt u4..:" ,. :

ight the Mexicans erected a # a DdI3aCCkroitw- # .. ;: Have Oftbcbroad-beliedZodisck; -" .', ecuri&ie.. ;Nu prupu.sa iI ". .:"Iri" ., :l ', 5

tuahl ''rrastwork, with hags filled within J Riot and Death -in MontreaL, -A>,' iNTB LI '.= And d flit leUI'm Jitbt hue broughtTo lit May.,. .. ,wa ,' ''':, :. ....
:*z1dind of Her AB.NE, : Boar occ..i..lfRI... ;;.
the work placed a i2-poun- number'' of the live-subjects" mllume out1 world thought. : .i By wdf r.the, .
.. lig l on ,"' 1ACKS01ivILL 1ln.!t! <.>.)r. of DuraJ coojiiy,.t N'M1 MJd7d.ArriI.Api.. : : t. .
t :l'hi s is ,near the feny-crossing. Britannic Majesty.bad.a grand >. Replied his(friend rfltl al you em. < ;t18C6 _, 1' .WM.FCRAaThEL4. t '. ,
e, river is about 150 and night last, in Montreal. .The ./, ,. ,. Their influe ce must b.uD lter.- : .. ." .
yards wide Thursday ARRIVED.3. .' ; AVUta'er they touch.theylld lat,sure. 1 Ftei _.BeaJcI CUUIM, c. : "

:cinj fordable;' but wc don't want, to military being called out,shot fc man at p1 ,J S:(3iant 1md1&i1UIVci. Does not ftliI"k-mcu,/.Hmircl"> ij .- -S .\f. "u'. ., tCoumiitaJ.i. 0 p .
: and wounded 3acksentiIkAiU J JBf6.. 3& .
.1 Hotel : f\1.ULE. "
Or ."dcrstaiid that Gen. .rU}"- thc St. Mary's 2.-Scht..lto.eb, Juh,.chadc't O, : .

13 .,g.UI"; to iVirou-up, ,a ,field work three'others. ,"

., .. ,. .... t. .'.. .
.- *VheAerthiycfrJi3twaKBotsant
; ,
- t t.4..J. > hicb I ihfc sprt aafhwajyrwi lings-

"II I --.,;v..__ .,._ ,-_ .... -__' ,.-...r ", ". nre'-w. .,) '. -,z.1'\.1n II a\ France, signifies_ .w".. >id-,., ._'By.:__. t:' ,,".t nc83.,, t "mnnv.among and sends.a.s-erV'ple the aec etS

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j clals Celt.1, IV '.flr. .3e.- 'Lett c..w .,.* 9ae I ..., W. s...rT'. JACSSeNY1LLl1t zevsx, 11-11. ..-1. Jfr. (L.r.

JI"I..414 xy, ia+s.T.u. Hondy,4t* jtn. 1S4& (totuta or *H Ani .EWIAS na) .. SA'I -.f Ttll.ria r.r .

.fII ec..n dfai feiw i.wsd rn- <'TX'ntL beaokfoa .the 4Ii day of May nest, Tasnbat ., "Mc..4adJ sues eFtb ,( Jr l tI.LJeW''J
Cwt .Y betwaea the boar efk aad 2 o'clock at I .e.nrhiish..Mwhit a.1ew .. \., 1al.'' [. Can
fl i. a..y ef AI.IIJI1', .*_' Dferiet ofHavsayk t1r house d EaseL Dssiak.the r.-iac Lairs dLad. 1T: tied ttoaor..adse'n.of I ._IJ. JIIII.t. .:

t ," \, .:s. 4 Ip FMiis.'s._ .f" ";. ;J.I f.rllr_ ., 240 aere* of, am rate; asi 249 aetw *4 : : .grouter. ii a bolth If.nw-rrl or pM I tiri66t. .uc .shw 7'i'..JH- fJlftr11.If.J.II'L
t"r br a.i2i..ia.Y.S.ieiY, .r. J.fid..ttiri bird rate L aad tads irMtbi lax ylL. l n
or a* as .. d ca' dear P.I. ;
-t 'p Ffeda s. ,.mush -
., _/ v., : y.MS w. w..i M.iriR'S isv.lr.Lisr..ni.i.brfir.nfibeGwiieCwrt Jar Mthr Ut; r eM 'jeer 184-s.eJg VOTdey !] ., ..V": 1 h krgaLthatasset soh.r1fiverLtt.rtLe ter tr.r.. .. '-

-" : :' tootaad ( lfIW-' Said le.ds "atm-t1 ,SIX! IN All.rrwE : :' .j.l 8aJf". 114,11 itr.IIIeMJ I .aJIrt-r.'J. "..Winl..i .K.s II t 1' rd .
,,>1 ,1 ( aW tow f.AKfM0r>CB. kuJ2t.oa_ Sewaaee_ J1mr;aM +riM tit : II1w..i,. d'Jlttr. .r lie ututhlll ab.Wr. ..ilnwi.d rrt ph. \
: .diy.riiia dr r.4 Lwn at..Le.th. Jaase Herrea. ill:,. ,.'. I i. ...L ?!
: W. D. AlfaHLEWS. I i NN. .,. persied from t"bush see...*sri 1 its e.a.e.e"eoaI. L tr Tar,.111 r r. "_,
.fiIk.4.C dueai ni property,to wk:the Beat February 6,,1844. SteriC. 1 1LeYr 1 lid.. f.Tn'ni .p.' pri.eiplr.tir; tress treat ay.,, have aroused it the fay d.er.t 6. ..ry..wi lS rf 4.t w .: .
1 5 ef the North Cast quarter of eectSoa dStowaUp .' J.cia..d Eadew .. us opre I u.rir. o tart sdv.reatr pbee 'TLM .. 1riII anise at s.-r-T l' i i.f
." '' *, s..r.rY..grls.r.: the We* .1-2 of c. ,IT.Stied's ..k.X.alsy ,r ure.l.1r."pee.e the're ; fa'.EM'Florid-for" thoLUiiinWstton tr out d Imo,d Me nlLJ J PJ1n r. h..M .f I.
the Kenb Eat.-n-section 32.tewaeaip$, ,.X.,1846. L7.riw..6..n..t deaed tIaiJ.J.. ,
.y- wiasrr.. T.aaIa h..ao "1 f. r.a..1rI-..
South of Range 1 also the South We 'IITILL be of the Me pass. .
; quarter add oo the 4th day May aexl. t.r.'n'IIII..kPc1 a.q LHJsusg
of OM Socfth quarter ofeectioa 28. la towaftti ir 6, y y, between the boon of 19 aad 2 ockdc, at _...0" .-pidi be hope of the will.J'orirr Also passeagrrs wUktaf to tale".... .
hie. aad faedkal advice highest p w
South of i..j.19; alo tbe Euc 1-2 ef Abe Sooth the Howe of Eaoch DaaaeLj, the feflowiaf nvaed The f'l1 J1...'II l.I.utittio., u. r..4awilla. M brier M71ri.7..i. .. .Wda.. _.
be commanded m"
Eact of eectsoa 30 C Sooth of Late of Lead orach wiH the Tax irodksaalad..nal eaa b the tows, aLe rosy. .
"'""" quarter towasfeip i or a* a* satisfy .lrl--tIIe the mast aftfal a Sateedej W N..T.ek aaW..
: s rsjilfi.LotL.Cors6Fmgosrt.tdtS.RenLW..tqaner doe ea the aaaaa.iW the featyrar' incla<& all ..:.rail"ita e b.rs.Ir .upon A*vkkon from the North bn oeeanoMX/ arrival ef the Sc Manhrw tVe m Flatiia
of eetioo 32/towasbip 6, Sooth of con.sad .. '? .. 'JTti..rFfrh."akia"p.mat P+w.R.R wish .ilp r .4N i.
that thebovje.ra .
their .
maW the .
range 19; also the South West quarter of secdoa W; l-of N. E. 1-4, N. W. 1-4 end W. I.!of ,Tbe Preceptor destrea s.a./d..re..hi bs*papil bjrd COMO -tt ba.nl.fs+ -..11'1., '. R.t- .
takes Un
the Mt er2irr
33 township 6, South of range 19; the South 12of S.:W. l. eectioaS; the whole of arnica I, except ,hWsi". kii d fiiv taevaw.a, god a i filled al. TJ.a .t.e&ei hw u friw..L
... eecrioa 29. towam 6, Sooth'of rasge 19; the the W. 1-3 of N. W.aod S.W. .aad the ,/rueon tie. ,rather by aa appeal to the better .he t tvttty to assure such,io thrm fctorr, that to that with awe. Leave FiUdka etetjTawaaj ]%at I.e'Ficolaca ,
.- East 1-2 of the South East quarter d..uia.32. N. E. J-I of N. W. l.4; the whole ofaecriooT; p.i.eiplt.t he heart than by severe aad disgracetal can always provide temporarily' C8p- 11 .
iortahle ffiBiBffrf tioae ia the *
:; township Somh of nap 19. Levied open with W. 1-2 of.N. W. 1-t aad W. 1-2 of S. W.,.M, aajassAsaaat.. ar f < OLIVER t
aH the improvement*,a*the property of said 6Vfeadaata sad W. 1-2 af'N. E. I.. W.l-2 of S. E. 1-4 Aa a Jaclaorofe.
aad to be eold to catxsfy aaid writ of fieri ofaectioo 8; W. i-2 of N.W. 1-4, ectioa 17.aad sad abo of the degree of .". .: ia Ij F..fi.gtic orr.,an ...tJ.
facia T. B. HTZPATEICK. Sberif. W. I* of S. W. 1-4. eectioa 17; the whole of kept;a copy ef which ",ill cocnexjoawkh i oai board or to ).
.. A. ScmxESLnr, Deputy. section 18. except the W.1-2 of S.E. 1-1, E.'1-2 the fIIIWI b transmitted to every parent 11I"1.: ire t, WOOD JtCLAGHOaS.
Armor, MurL 21. 1846. i of N. E. 1-4.aad N.W. 1-4. std S. W.\4 of eec' .e&-6d. wie. .i. Watck'aaker a" Jeweller.No. ,

, I tioa 19. B., W. 1-4 of section 31: the whole of TXXXS torn A stssiov or .' wtxrs: MAISSTREET.Respectfalrr FEBRADEZ a IliBEl.

I Nausa C1vaty SberifTs Said section 28 except the N. E. 1-4; S. E. 1-4 of section Hiper,"&fir ,$300 inform the cut PDe J1rJl.'
i. BY Mae of a writ of Seri facia, aed.fr 93; W. I.! of N. E. 1..W. 1-2 of S. &1. I QOYOs Branches, 7 00Lata of J eckMsmlle and it*viriatry,that JOHN A..CA 7.Agent. '

I C4r1i.0Yee of the Grout Cowt, for and W. 1-2 of S. W. 1-4. of section 33. end Greek Cbcaief. extra. he ha. removed to the house immediately .BWc c.-
the eonaty of N.. Circuit oC East Florida The above lands are ia Township 11.s. Range, '
f Lessons ia Freach give at the request of par- adjotaiag tbs o*>e recently C7Tbe framer SARAH SPAUMJifi
I wbereia Philip R. Temp i* PJaia S and F. BeAdariaktrator 14 East owned by Cbarleaaad Bernard M.Byrne. eot*. occupied, as tbe priating cosmectioQ with &J.Je.; .
i. of Robert Miller deceased.i Said bad are situated and lying oa and near the
withdrawn from the School before the Lake Moenr.oeelMaadml
Any popil
terpriee oa aa4
office of the"Florida Statesman, UoAwprv- rtear,.
Dc I have levied and will
! opus expose Sowaaee River Levy county FJa., and bounded end ef the*eio exceptiag for reaaona which the pared to execute with promptitodeaU order coa- fiw mike above P.Mka.p be St.Joss d.ec
for Ale before abe Court House door ia aid
United State Uad
I mostly Vy Prindpal.ppeo.uwill be required to pay for the named with the above line. ,JraJl S. 1i15.IIaiEe.
coonty on Mooday tbe 4tb day of May next, W. D. ANDREWS, Sberi
caexplred of that .
I part Jle'll Mr. Grotbe would also that be be determined _b
c witbta the usaal boor of sale, tbe followiaJ.L- F February, J846. say Sites .
No dedactioa win be made in
thie6arj.against confine hit attention, ia future, exclusively -
bed' wit certain parcel TIle *teaaa Packet.
property to : a tract or SJUUB
pupil for occasional absence. In ease of protracted work in these bnnebe H. reader bin
Sheriff's Sale. to
t. ollud. known a* Martin Isle aDd situated onBelTa Levy CeHHty" SPALDING. Capt. Robe. .
4 River ia abe aforesaid county. Levied on Monday, 3d Art, 1146.WILL sickness. requiring the pupil to be withdrawn thanks to the many friend who have given him __ _. aoa, having been tVeroetWr ew>
aa the property of the estate of the said Robert be void on the 3d day of August next, from the School proper deduction will bemade. their patronage, and trust that hit exertion here heated her decks and cabin srtavar,aad eaUa e*

Miller,and to be.old to satisfy aaid writ of Led the hours of 10 and 2 dock, at after will be such as to merit it. urged for the aecomeaodatioa of fweemfen,ha*
, Od... A. J. BRADDOCK, Sheriff. the house of Enoch Daniels, the following lot or No pupil.received ender sine year of .;..- From long practise ia bis business, be feel commenced her rrgalar trip*,from PalatkaieEalerprise -
a Februarr 27, 186.Alaekaa parcel of Land, containing 160 acre, or a* much Tbi rale from the inconvenience experienced by himself competent to give satisfaction and his ,oa Lb'JSo.ra.p the St.Johns lfer
, t ,- thereof. will satisfy the tax due, for the year occasional.exception heretofore, will in future charge will be moderate and as reasonable as 125 mile above Palelka.

: County SfecHIT Sale. 1845 including cost and charge,. Said land be steadily enforced. those of the North.N. The above Boar,leaving Palaika every T
r Monday,5/4 October. 184C.BT ., are situated on Wakasassa., S. W. M section The School t* DOW in- a flourishing condition. B. Clock and Watches repaired ia the best )fon Dr. after the arrival ofibe U. S.Mail say&<
virtue of the power vested ia me by law, I 23, T. 12. R. 16, and said to belong to one Ed- The building {* a Urge; eomrnbodioos and elegant manner, and at the shortest Ot Packet St. Matthews. Captain McXelty.fnvaanab

i I expose for .aJe.efore the Coon House mood Scbriver, a non-resident of this State trocttrre.No. recently erected by FLORIDA LODGE, Jacksonville, Defe. 26.1845.HOLMES ,carrying.tbe U.S.Mail to the above i
1 olL 0.0. F.
i door ia the town of NewaansviUe. oa Monday the W. D. ANDREWS, Sheriff. place
; ; 5th d.yof Octaber next between the boars of 10 VJT I will here the number cf the other lands Tb location is one of well known alnbrity and i& CO. Passenger for Enterprise, will take "to]
i* ofaecess. Board be obtained at reasonable
oc the day of sale. February 6. 1346. easy may *
aad 2,. tINt following nl, or so mucb <
'I rate ia respectable families the place. HOLMES & CO., have removed anaah.e .,.
thereof as will pay the State tax due oa th* *am*, MESSRS. S+v
List of Letters, Jacksonville. E. F.. March 27th. 1846. ly of Merchandise to the lup
for the year 1845, and all legal costs and charges Tlie Steamer Sarah Spaldiag. will nratojkorrrtU
I ia aad boot abe advertisement and sale thereof REMAINING in tho Post Once, at Jackson Masters Sale. building occupied by the United State, known a* ,via Ptcolata & Mandarin,aed bark every
which if not taken out in three the Government Building. They have added totheir
I vix undivided share tioa owned claimed trip JackaooviUe
:aa or pot or EASTERS CIRCCIT or FtORIDl.IM firing every Monday at ft
by Frederick Marquand, equal to 4554 acte months, will be sent to the dead letter office, at Cluxneery.F. stock, by the late arrival from New York, o'clock.
thereof ia aad to a certain tract of parcel of land, Washington, D.C. .J.Judson Executor JohnF a full assortment of Dry Good, Groceriei, Hard- For freight or passage,apply to the Captala 14

I I known a* the Anedondo. Alacboa grant contain- Bratsford. F D Jordon, Turner E Brown,deed for binuelfet. ware., Provision, &e.&e. Board or to Feraaadex &Bisbee, Agents' Jacksottville. -
I tag two hundred and eighty nine thousand six boa Blidenburgb, Mrs Jane Jenkins, Jehn M al. creditors.Benjamin ... They have on band, now landing from brig Virginia .
, cirri sad forty five aDd five' acre, being a Baker Aa KingsIer.JH A. Putnam,admor. from New York 50 bale Hay 50 bhl*. N. B. All good will h received ia Store,free
r grant made to Femande de la Maza Arredondo & Brook, Wilton Kenstaaa. Henry W of Ambroea Hall dec'd.IN Lime 20 thousand Laths, 30 hove Cheese, 20 of Storage.ia Jacksonville &Savaaaah
Son oa the 22d December.A. D. 1817 chuate iaAlacbaa Bryan, Jacob Lawrence, Mr pursuaoceof order oftbe Hon. Tbnmas keg Botter,20 keg Lard 20 bbl. Pork.20 half Aag23Florida

t county State of Florida. Boothe,John lAu, Armond D Douglas,Judge of the Eastern Circntt of Florida bbl*. Beef 20 bbl,. Bread, 50 bags Coffee 50 aad Savannab Steal
,I ALSO Blount Wm FBorke. Law, Hon Wm made on the second day of March inst. in bbl.. Liquor, 100 Ploahs,Iron of various sizes Packet.
Aa undivided share owned claimed Young Murray, Jackson 0 the Glasses, boxes Pipe Tobacco, &e. &e. All of
ot portion or above cause,will be sold under the direction of THE rr=ol rSteam Tarkt WM.
by Job N. Seyer. lathe same aid grant equal Bnrnet, Peggy McK nd,. Lemuel L the subscriber, at >public auction in front of the which they will .1I.t low price Jia GASTON Cape F. Pock will ar.
I to 455 acre thereof. Blunt Redden Mooney,G eBoard" Court House ia the city of St. Augustine on Wednesday Jacksonville,January 9tb. 1846.RHHaWay rive at Pieufara every Friday awe

I. ALSO J IlcDo..U.JobnBcub the 20th day of May next. between the II ins at 9 A. SI. oa each week, and will hoe at 4
I Aa undivided share of portion owned ar claimed Capt BIcDuffie. John hoar of tea and twelve o'clock of that day, all From the G.U oariU. Jail Beaufort P. M. for Savannah via Mandarin. JarkWinifr.
'by John K. Townsend, in the came said :| Both, James Nelson, Mr Talitha those three of land described follows All
grant tract a* District S. C.. a aecro fellow, 5 feet 9 St. 31 ary*. sad all other immediate landing, sal
equal to 455 acre thereof. Cook Allen 5 Perry, William R 2 that tract of Iud containing about five hundred t. inches high dark complexion. slow ia arrive in Savannah early oa Saodey r.aaiats.
ALSO* I Clapp, Horace M 3 Fendar iaMiuAdeG.e2Clapp acre, be the.. more or lea being the remaining speech and ha a severe burn between the Past igen for Charleston can leave at e'ciork

An undivided hare or portion owned or claimed ,John 3 Putnam. John portion of tract of fifteen hundred acre leg. He j. about 25 year obi and say*hi* name miLe rrrniog ia.the daily line of Steamers.Tb .
.; by William Thom,':* .amri c trustee of the New Cabell. Hon E C Roger,C.ptVm W 2 granted to the said Ambrose Hull deceased, by i* MELFORD. and that he Ulonjt toSemeoo Gaston ma. fn aane'etioo with 3fes r .
York Florida Association, in the same said grant, Covert,Capt Wm V 2 Reid Joseph the Spanish government on the 2nd day of February Petit,nf Meri rpther county. : Tea Dollar Waskhora & Wilder'. Brig Liar of Parkers to
equal to 822 acre tb reot. Curry. Moses 'RandaJ,Capt Samuel 1812, said 1500 acre being situated at Mo. will be paid for has apprehension and delivery New York of which ewe leave every Monday
: ALSO, Cylinder, Mr Susan Rendall, Capt Benj at 'kcown Tarnbolla. .
quite, a place a* in jail, so that I may jft him again. motaing.
Aa undivided share or portion owned or claimedby Davis, Alford Rice, R D 2 Swamp,being the Southern portion or third of said EDWARD MULLIGAN. Tb Gastoa doe SMC ref urn to Black Creek abet
Cbarie A. Jam, executor of Noah Jarvis Daney, Col F L Saunders Mary E tract-2nd Three hundred acre of aDd situatedat Sheriff'Beaufurt Dntriet. I to Sawnnah.

deceased ia the sine said grant, equal to 929 Donaldon, W S Simmons, Micajah I a place called Colonel Plumer, on the River Dee IS tf dec"6 I way NAMES OF PACKETS.

,. -acre thereof. Duval. Hon W P Stile, Enoch D : St John, originally surveyed to Daniel Plncser, The ve. rU cmnposin this Line will brraGrrb
ALSO, Elwood, Dr Jno BEnbank. Sikrs, Daniel I tift the 9th December. 1790, by the Spanish joveri.mnt fa Clre.il.CORn. Hrspatrhed regularly Monday a*Mlnni:
Aa undivided share or portion owned or claimedby Miss CL Stewart, Ri ht W 3 3rdl,.Two hundred acre oflandon the EAST&R5 CIRCUIT Or FfJlBtDA. Brig CLINTOX.T. LJ every u. master mac 16.

Isaac Frost,jn the lame,said grant, equal to Fleming.Hills Stratton, Clarita treat side of the St. Johns River between the County of Dvala Cianecry.CORWUU'S Brig AtG[ -rA. A. M. Sherwood master,
2461 acre thereof. i Grave,Edwin 2. Spilnum,Joshna lands of Z. Kingsley and Daniel Plumer grantedto O&&y M.LISD.&r Bin for account Jan 23.New .

ALSO, Gigar Allen 2 Sparkman, Stephen Jaroe Hall on the 16th January816 said last WI. Partition of bark VERNON. Ellen Jae
Aa undivided share or portion owned or claimed Gi ar,Miss Eliza. Tuttle, Hon Laron two tract being the same, and which the said TAILOR, Ural F.ftat master

by John M.Seamore,ia the tame said grant,equal Groht..Henry Toland, Edmund Ambrose Hall deceased, bad his plantation and WIKSLOW FOSTER, &. 30.Brig SAe.A l'\\U.A.. Hawley, master July7.

to 929 acre thc' Godfrey. Bergen Thomas, Col Jas D are situated nearly opposite Mandarin. Hit wife, MARIA FosTEtt.et.a1Jhaving Brig EX A*IT.J. Johnson, mastrr,Jafr 14.
ALSO, Garey, KinVno11ey, Richard 4. GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, TT been made to appear by affidavit to Brig EXCEL C. B. Smith Ja'ly:I.
Aa undivided share or portion owned or claimedby Greely, William 2Vhitfo, John .Muter in Chancery. the.ati.faction of the Court that the above named These rr** !. are commanded matter.by mn l and
Mordecai M. Noah in the same aid grant Herbert, Geo SHall 1Vel I", R S St. Augustine March 20, 1846. Defendant, Window Foster, and has wife experience, who will n.e exertion to reader
equal to.1365 acre thereof. H A 2ViIliaml, Thomas Maria Foster, formerly Maria Dewees, reside ia Passengers aa comfortable every
ALSO, Houston, John 2'n'PT, Dr Adam T IB Circuit Court. the State of Alabama and beyond the jurisdictionof They will sail posaibl ia aD
punctually as
An undivided share or portion owned or claimed Haddock, Jo L Wile, Phenon -" EASTER CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. this Court on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq case be towed to sea by a St*.mho '.
,\ "- by the heir at 'law of Alexander M. Muir, deceased Henderson,Cap Henry Wilson,Lemuel Coualy of Jhtval: In CJuuuery.. Solicitor for the Complainant GEORGE HOLMES
ia the same said grant: equal to 4641 acres HOMJAlbertVLartOft.. Henry Kingsley B.Gibtw.enilBenjamin It if Ordered, That the Hid Winslow Foster Anew Jsk. Ifl .
thereof. Jones,John Welt Miss Penelope A.Putnam and Maria Foster do appear and aaawer the Com s *
Berth be secured S,.
,t ALSO, Johnson, Cspt G A 2 Wood, William L Executors of Zepbemab plainant's Bill within four month, or the same can at Aogastiae, oa application
Bill to B. E. CARR & CO.
I I An'undivided'share or portion owned or claimed Johnson, Jas AViJlerord.. Sam LM ,Kings.C. fICeU and discovery Relief and will be taken as confessed again then. July 15. 1845.* Agents.
: by nr. Johnson the fame aid grant, equal JNO. M. PONS, P. M. I And it it /,/In- Ordered. -That a eopy of
f to 8500 aero thereof. Jacksonville April 3d. 1846. V*. for an Injunction. this Order duly certified by the Clerk of thus Court IB Circus ...

; THOS. C. ELLIS, George Kingsley. I be published in some newspaper printed within the EISTXRS CiBcorr or FLOBIOI.
t.: Sheriff and Tax Collector. Notice to Planters and Others.R. Defendant j Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week consecutive IM Ckeneerj.ABIT .

; ; NewnancviOe. 20th March 1846. W. BIGGS Blacksmith, It having been made to appear satisfactorily by for four I1'KI tb.. FKWAUX ) Bill for
f.. I Jacksonville,i*now prepared affidavit that.tbe Defendant George Kingsley. re THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. 9$.
Alaebaa Comity Sheriff's Sale.WILL ,to do all kind of work from sides beyond the jurisdiction of this Coort. and in I, OSCAR HART Clerk of*aid Court hereby RICHARD FXWADX. ) Divorce.IT .
BE SOLD, on Monday, the 7th of iron and steel in a workmanlike the Island of St.'Domingo in the West Indies, on certify the above to be a true copy clan.Order having bean made to appear by afidavit tata*

next,,between the hour of ten manner. He baryon ha motion of B. A. Putnam, Esq., Solicitor Jor the made and entered in Aid entitled cause. on the 18th satisfaction of the Court" that Richard Fewayfr .
tad two o'clock,at the Court House, in tbe Town a variety of PLOUGHS, to Complainant. day of February, A. D.1846. Defendant named ia the above entitled'c* K
ofNevrnanfrville, County of Alachua a sufficient which he would call the attention of Farmers. IT ts ORDERED. That the said George King* ?,_,_, IN TESTIMONY'WHEREOF here- reside in the State of Georgia, ud beyond
portion of the undivided interest of John H. Brush, Hi hop i is near the stare Messrs.Holmes&Co.I ley do appear and answer the Complainant Bill [L. S-3 unto let my hand and-affix the sealuua jurisdiction of thia Court. Oa motion of J'1.

t CbarU*.,W. :Brush, Eugene Van'ne, Julia A.. Jacksonville' April 3d, 1846.- tf. .within six month or the same will be taken pro of said Court. Lancaster. Esq..Solicitor for the CompJ-. lit

f .Vaaoet,and Margaret Brush situate in said confecso against him., OSCAR' HART, ;CUrk. Ordered, That the aid Defendant, RicaanlFewanx
County, in and to a certain tract or parcel of land, Tobacco Seed. Ano.tT aTBnOJUluD'J1a.t. copy of February 20th, 1846. lntAdmlalstrator's ,do appear and answer the Conplaiaaaa
I I .known a* the Arredondo Grant, containing two FRESH superior Cuba (Voelta de Abajo' )To. this Order, be published in some'Newspaper printed Bill within roar month or the came will betiVr*
Seed, for ale at the store of within said Circuit week Notice asconfesaed against him.AndUitfnrfier .
f hundred aad eighty nine thousand nix hundred and once a consecutivaJy -
months after date I shall make
JOHN M. PONS. application
, forty fire and fire aeveoth acre, being a grant for-si* SIX' Ordered Thata'eepJeitlrisorder
Probate for the
Judge Coot
Jacksonville Dec. 19.
i duly certified by the Clerk of be '
! made to Fernando de U Maza Arredondo and on, Judge. of Nassau for Letters
: oa the 22nd December, A. D. 1817, to satisfy and STATE OF FLORIDA, ? By the Judge of Pro- I, OSCAR HART, Cleric' .of said Court, .hereby of'George. Higginbotbam.Dismissory late of,Hid oa the estate published in eome newspaper printed wnUa tae
i pay theta due to the State of Florida from the County of Duval. f bates for said county. certify the above to.be a true copy of an Order deceased and all demand County, Eastern Circuit Florida, once a week coaascttlvely -
person having against for four months.I. .
*above named, for and on account of their To ALL TO WROX THESE PKCSIVT SHALL COME made and entered in Aid EAtitled'Que, on the
i_ person said estate
: interest* aforesaid and all legal cost and charge GREET ivo: Ninth day of Marta, A. D. 1846. attested, are hereby for settlement required to present.0 ,them, .CSC R' HART.Clerk of said CoerJ.Umtf

, in and about the advertisement and sale thereof Isaac Bush, has this day, ap ..,,.,,r, .IN TESTIMONY WfEREOFIhere properly JOHN HIGGINBOTHAM to certify that the above is'arw copy of aa Order
THOS. C. ELLIS, WHEREAS (Letters of Administration, [L. S., 1 unto,eet my _bind and affix the aeal o Feb. 27. 1846. Adm'r. made and entered In said entitled causo oa *the
aaid Court. "' 6m Tenth day November.. A. D. J8.
,Sheriff and Tax Collector. of AH and singular the Good, Chattel, Rights
K. !' F b.27,1846. and Credits,;which were of Samuel Thomas, deceased OSCAR HART,Clerk AflmlBistrater'c Notice.- + Ia testimony whereof I herniata **t
.t t at the time of his death, who. died intes March 13. 4m NOTICE ,is hereby given'' to creditor of and f La I. } my band sal affix she Seal efsaideffice.

t AlachHa Comity SheriiTs' Sale.WILt. tate, a* a, creditor of said'deceased. These are ,Circuit CoHtt.. person entitled: to distribution in the Estate of OSCAR HART. ', Clerk.
BE SOLD, on Monday, the 7th day therefore,'to Cite and Admonish all and .singular EASTER CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. Francis R. Sanchez%late of Alachua County dec
\ September next between the boor often the next of kin and creditors of said deceased, to /a Cianccry. and to all person who, may have' any claim or Nor.22,1845. -

and two o'clock, at the Court House in theTownWNewflarmille show caueif,they have or can have against said F. J Judson Executor of John F.'. demand. whatsoever, against; or interest in said .UTJCE.-ALL persona .a riDc land ne
I : ; a sufficient portion of the application, on or before the eleventh day of May Brown* deceased for himself et' Estate,that ualeu the came be exhibited or as- XI hereby informed that we own. by virtue l.Spanisb .
I ( interest of John H. Lewis and wife, situated in next ensuing, otherwise Letters of Administration al Creditor*. ,et. Notice to serted within. the 'period of two year from this Grant to Domingo Feraaadei 3960 acres
eald'county, in and to a tractor' parcel of land on the Estate'of said deceased'will be granted Co Benjamin PssaamAdmlaIstra.Creditors.. date,they will be barred. Persons having claim of land in Marion county E. F., in Township 13r

1'u 'the Arredondo 'grant, containing twoIrendredand .Aid Isaac BUlb. cor of the estate or A.Hull, and demand against the Estate, are requested to South of tU base and raage 21 East of the Mem
)1 mgnty' nine thousand six hundred end Witness my,name as.Judge aforesaid and deeeajed. present them to tbenndersUned.without delay diaa.known oa the SpeaUb plot a* Mood,'*h*.
forrr five end five seventh acres, being a grant r Sealf C00. at Jacksonville, State and to aa order of the; Hon. Thomas ,JOHN J. SANCHEZ., and about.Marion and Alaefcoa csualirr atWetumpkie
: tnadeto Fernando de la Maza Arredondo and*on, ![ ] county aforesaid, thi*second day of Ap PURSUANT! of the Eastern Circuit of -! > Administrator. or Hall'a hammock. We brrtej

t. et1 tie 22d December;A.'D. 1817, to I.adar&ad ril, A.D., 1846. : Florida,in the above cause, bearing date the second N.w annilte. E. F., January 2d,1846..AdlsialatratrizNotice., bid all persona from occupying or ia any wise

1 per a beknc.deete the State of Florida' for andeaaoeoeat WM., F. CRABTREE, day of Marei.+ 1846. the creditor of AmbroseHop.d passtag' bo said land. -
J 'of sdd interest:and all legal cost. andDhafge \ of Probate for UM of Dural. THOMAS
Judge county LEDWJ
Uta of Eas Florida who
(. ( dies C E'ia
and about the advertisement and ale beraby, !given to creditors of.and
In Jacksonville, April 3d, 1846. 6w.AT NOr per- S.D.FERNAN
.. somedaMi ni the beat 1831.) are required to come .'entitled distribution in
Balance doe hundred and two do1 jo or having Jacksonville
luifeof* two in and proW their debts before the subrriber any Nor. 13. 1845. A'nwNOT1CE. ,
claim ordemands
.N TICE.I' one against or interest fn, the Estate
eighty two cents. ,
I tjaf i of the masters of this Court at bis 'office ,III the of
-.: m:rt THOS. C. ELLIS, the next setion of the Circuit Court for the Fleming BatHjr., Ute of Alachoa county, -
. c ;" .. ', ,.-' =' Sheriff aad'Tax Collector. ...of'Alachua and Levy to comm Court House,In adty of St.Augustine;on or dec..that nnlrss'tbo same are exhibited or asserted ALL person'interested will please tale fr
1 a- '. ., yraaanffle, Feb.27,1 8 46. on Monday tbe4th day of May A, D.,;1846,1 will before the 20th day-( Jute.next, or in default within two year from date, they ,will. be foreter I have thi.day elected,to take a"J lp
1 '',, ; _' apply to said Court, by petition, for an'allotment! thereof they will be excluded from the benefu'of barred." Person_* having,.claim or rlemaod*" rtID tbeestat of Ge
.1 '. AlaehaHi CeMHiy .SkeriiTPs Sale. of Dower in.the Real Estate,of Fleming Bate, aid-decree.j '. .lnlt.afd'E.we, are requested to present them I UJlt.deuuM. and that 'shall,at ** artt srv-
: late- deeeajed and tbe ,GEO. R. FAIRBANKS,. without delay,to L.'Aldrich Newnaa 1 ion of the Court of PmKata, for...hs'
J.\. gf> l7iLll? BE'SOLD, on tbe 7th say| of SeptemVV of Altcbna. county, .at axme 9 [at *
} 'Vr'tJ .between the.boor of\10 and 2 time to Hiiva all.and jet off to me the.portion ', Master' -in CbAaceryv, vifiv;;East Florida, ,] wha.is my agent and attorney commence at, Nfwnansville, EiF. on lJf **>
of which St. Acgosu'ne March 13. 1846. 3m the transaction of the businesa the 9th day of March nezt.aftet dale & to**"!
f .. c-'cieek;.tie Court Hoose in the Town of Net.Y of the personal Estate .*aid Bateadied lot. of toe Estate. Iho v ",*f'
.1.: '.. -J.mil.: ."'...osec'f T1*** of the interest of possessed,to< which Lint by law entitled, M his lire '01k A 1q.-- : REBECCA 3ATES. Admioistratrix. .me. apart tnrnv<- '..1

I' .t "s # <' ( ,- Hri 7bees r;* .**ed; ,to satisfy! the amount of 'widow. Persons'interested, will," lern,take notice NOTICE" hereby given,)having been tp- 'Niwna..iJfe.'E..F.. ,January 16th. 1846. MARS' RET TURNER,af.c *

.. *wje to th*>\.State.of,Florida on'account of that a petition'prayinr for inch allotment has the Governraent of the 'UnitedSt$9f NOTICE, dfa L, a41st widow
> I G W.W.latdd.rJ'.
=f.' .aalit fhttrraf f.f 1" *** ;**" costs and char/res in been Bled. REBECCA BATES i ; 'Ageet for the'protection of'Timber the I'OY the \ ', .
t' ,. ; _. .; $ on 4t1{ day ,'Jry "t ensuing.flew r N.wnan.tlllrtT : ...Ia. .S" '
l' t.>. c, tad aboot the adMnf.ICud sale thereof Widow aDd AdminUtrmlx' of: ,Public- laada U East Florid ;all perscos who may date !will apply 1 to the' Hon Judge of Probate _...1:r. ".Pelt -
S, '. :.: i" ::"siW;latsntt''was'stedreed. to) ms by 'O,: R. 'Fleming. Bates deceased.Newcanrrille have trnpttttd,or sbaH aertaftercoeaak'aay- tre*. for County of Alacboav .'final: diasbargeYrom lY.1'IC& ; : '"
t ': Sf ,'lt'eitN+'tksre i .r- 01.' twenty. t... '1 ,.E.-F., March 27, I846. p* ._by ceHiaf down rod,carrying away-an/ Live the..Adroiniitration: the Estate ofLatrttien WU Sx"iV.! ... abet"date; we vrmil ...M z

' OT j '. ." ji"dW; ,fI. o 10 Oak othertlmkr frost such. .Lands,will bedaalt llam. (lata,of Ward County,) dec J.dPtsbNei 4ett4t :.cuIvt1
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