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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: May 15, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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t1ti Toy earl/advertisers a liberal S OUR'COUNTRY.JACK80IWILLE S. .... : '
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JriLonlew bj a re,oUr customer., By referring V<(L. viii, S FRIDAY MOWIINO.- i
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jT' Adrrrtis" not marked with the nnmhei "Where then is your.security DISSECTION OF THE BIBLE, :
will be continued
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;charged e i required for.ITF "Unfortunately! I have left iny pa The:following- calculation I ,more. curious ] .:

pi ye dollar will be charged for all announce' persia my valise; but, (turning to the than ,useful, is said to have required : : ,
__of candid tie*for oftiee. jeweller) my friend, so well known to' the labour of three years. It was 'ons
for Six Month : *10 00 j
N Oauquare.ee to Debtnrs and Creditor : t 1"" 10'00 you, will, I doubt not, lend me. his found in :manuscript. on one _of the ulty .,
:*prljCltinD for Leiurt AdmloUtrmtlon 5 00 name.!' S blank ;pfges of 'an old Bible ,printed, his )

5J AU religion j notices will be inserted grata!- The_ jeweller, confounded with: this some),time,.in the last century, : ; : '

I rr'All JmuVle personal .t communications' willhargt1 appeal to .his honor,,and not having,aninstant Books! of,Old'Te,-itraent. ,' '36Chanier or Ib' New .27 : l ;
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M aavitkementL'IfrJ for *
deliberation
answered faintly
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for Jnb Priming must,be the ." 23.214 u. 7.969 :
hilU paid _
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(fcftTj of the work.g7 "I: will! As he spoke, 'a mortal 529.439 ", 281. 58 his ; I
>All fWftm'lftlC"&'Vm >tojMt be 'addressed tn paleness passed over his countenance. LfiiVn '2.728.IOU" ii' 838.380iaptersl89 but
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GttUTT & HA'ZlAnn.= "tN tA9. pcl4. A ,vision of instant ruin changed him to Total Books, '66; C ;' da I J ;

THE VALLEY UNREST." the. .very picture of death., This the Verses, 21,173; Words 810,797 Let- the i
hc' it smiled II silent ilelldi4l ,Count appeared not to notice, and >et ters, ; : :

WbHf';. had he eon people unto ih iwt'. wars dwell; ,himself! 'to play, with thai perfect composure ., 3,566,480.dpocraphy.. :
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T..lin(I" tr miM..yt"d itIInt. and 'deep penetration which Chapters, 153 | Verses, 6,081 ,1| and : '
Nithtr; ,.. from hf'it azure tnwer.. ,:- characterizes an adept. He played and Word, 152,185. :!
'To le''p watch.. nlwTeih*' flo rerst 9 I won! The.: value of the, ,bank was The, middle ,chapter, and least jn.the fll
In th<'mi.lt f Iiirh all Haj .
t ansferred him the Bible is.the 117th Psalm.,
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Thf' nod sunlight ItiK J lay.X4nU .. PtomptJy.: to ,and "
.."..h ."$ .',hnll i.iflpa. jwellervit ajighl i heart accompaniedhim The middle verieiS: the 8th of the I
Thf' ud' ".11..,'. ril.gni.. '. back to the HoteL 118th Psalm. .
:' Nothing lh r."1 i. mnti..nlr.N. ..- 'The cross awaited his return. The The middle line is in the 4th ,chapterand w

s'hin oare;h..*.h..d..air iliHt.). bloodAMM'J Count examined it with the eye of a .,16th,verse of 2d Chronicles. T
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ti'iwiixl are ctirrM,ihnne Irres. connoisseur, complimented his friend S The word "and" ,occurs' in.:the- Old \ ,
That pntpitnK like the chill uras upon the taste.displayed, in the design, Testament 35,543 times. that ; i
Around II... inuty 1I.n.. .....!, and skill in' the execution, pronouncedit The word '"Jehova" occurs in the I
Ah. l I.y roo wind. lli"!,rlnu'l nre ri..nThll' the'most beautiful object' he had seen Old Testament 6,855 times. \
) niuil l ilinwith'ilM* unquiet Heaven
U..ilv.(..um morn till even. in Florence, and forthwith paid its full The same in the New Testament' ,,10684 ,- ,
0"er lh-. Yiol4 fhere ilint lie value. ., all, : ;,
In miriad tplie .,f ilio liuniun eyeGty He'then S '
ordered his carriage Standing Old Testament.
llwlilirn thn hiNt '
r weep. AI'l...v.:. n n..mpJr.' wave.nd M crave! with one foot on the step and the The middle book is Proverbs. ety .-
Th-y wavft-fniin out ih.*ir fragrant topa other Within .the dooT, he turned and The middle chapter.is 29th of Job. the
Eternal few, snmj.swn in dnip, addressed jeweller: 'My postillion, The middle verse is between the ing
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They ** p:-from off.Imir delicate. stem' sir, is no, less a Count than 'myself.- 17th and 18th verses of 20th chapterof

Peiennial IPF4IIIC1"IUIIU. =erns.I When I entered: Florence, I ,had ,but.ten 1st Chronicles.The )

I From tli* B' lnn Tria"..11 fI r.] ducats, but was resolved to make one least verse is 1st Chronicles.l but .
THE COUNT VON M more desperate effort: to retrieve my New Testament not
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The following story is of Get man or fortune. ruined by gambling. The result The'middle book is'2d of Thessalonians. and

igin. The writer does not profess to of experiment is'known'to'you. you ,
' give a translation, but, simply an unadorned Had ,I lost, instead of winning, you The middle chapter is between 13th bon '

, outline of the facts, in their true ,would have been a ruined man, and I anj .14th..of Romans. ,
t spirit and moral. should have resorted to the means of The middle verse is the 17th chapter

AI early evening, there stopped at self-destruction with which I am always of Acts and 17th verse. ors ,

one of the first hotels in Florence, a carriage piovided. As it is, I leave you with The least verse is 35th.of 11th John.

and four.. A traveller alighted, many thanks for your kindness, and The 21st verse of 7th chapter of Ezra '..

whose personal appearance indicated with this warning beware how you has nil the letters of the alphabet.
rank and wealth, to correspond with the trust to' appearances11! The 19th ch pte.of 2d Kings i and ces

elegance of his equipage. Having been I 37th chapter of Isaiah i are alike.

shown to the best private apartments, he NOVEL APPLICATION OF THE. r I ,
r ira* waited on by the host in person, DAGUERREOTYPE. The Emperor of Rul a.- The emperor -

J who begged to be informed whom he A strange case of separation a mensa of Russia (Nicholas) i is. probablythe the :
hid the honor to serve and what were et thoro is about to be submitted to the best looking soyereignin.the world, of

I his wishes. Civil Tribunal of Versailles. M. X though one of the most ugly, cruel and
t "The Count Von M_-, sir; aside a gentleman formerly) a member of ,the relentless in disposition real BEAR.\ the

r, from refreshment and rest, r have but corps diplomatique, married in 1R36, A letter written from Rome whilst, he the

one immediate wish. Aware that some Mod'IIe.jouise, B daughter of a was recently, on.a visit ,there, by a gentleman the.5S;
j 'of the first jewellers in the world reside respectable citizen of Versailles.., This who had e' good opportunity of dy

in your city; I wish to see the one marriage, which was one of pure inclination seeing him, says : tat
whom you know to be, at once the .on the part of M. X as, the "He is the finest looking man I ever i I i
wealthiest and most skillful" had fortune whatever tall 'and ,well '
young lady no' saw-:- erect proportioned,
Thejeweller called, and received wasas, happy as could be imagined until a.little grey, wearing mustachios. But'
with great urbanity and condescension.The the spring',ef the present year. At such a,stern look, without the least con I
Count inquired for a diamond cross. that period violent disputes kindled by traction of the muscles for a smile ; buta T ;

Being informed ,that o, costly an article Madame X took place. and a separation countenance the most austere and immoveable -
could not be found in Florence, rea- was agreed to by the parties.M. :: .- as' if he could'banish: all the

dy made, but that one could be furnished X continued to' reside at the Poles to.Siberia, and sentence them to
to order within four days, he concluded chateau.he possesses near 'Avray, the. 'cruel knout ;without the least }pity ;

to remain until one should bem de. and Madame X, was permitted to orcompassion." His fatherthe, Emperor

He left the:exact, design of the cross lodge with ,her maid and a gardener, in Paul, ,was equally bail in characterand ,

with the'ranker, but gave many chargeswith a pavilion quite separated from ,her temper, and was; assassinated. : I ,
regard to' its workmanship and husband's chateau,,and surrounded by hi* tyranny and cruelties, but Nicholas' ; '

ralue, adding, incidentally; that ex- a garden, enclosed with high walls.: brother, 'the Emperor Alexander, was i ; ..
pease was to him a consideration 'of.no Itf. X soon ,had reason to entertain represented to have been,comparatively j

moment. strong suspicions as to the conduct .mild. and humane in his. government.

The jeweller, highly flattered with ,of his,wife, but he was unwilling to'put The Grand- Duke Constantine I was ]
the confidence and patronage of so distinguished any, questions to' the, servants, or to take 'ckinglyug'y' in appearance, and one of,

a sttanger,, begged the favorof any .steps to, compromise honor of Of i the most tyrannical brutes 'that ever ?: : !
showing him the objects'of interestin .the woman:,he, still loved. He, however -' encumbered the earth. He :inheritedthe es !

and about the city.. ", ,, contrived means ,of ascertaining throne' in place Nicholas, but on !
His services were accepted. Public whether suspicions were ,well found account:of his total uufitness,:was arranged ;

buildings, paintings, statuary and the d. ,A,sort;of.cottage existing outsideof out of it., like !: ; :

innumerable objects of 'either. artistic, the wall separating! ,the: pavilion, gar the following ]
Jtfarri iJes.-We clip
natural, or historic interest'with. which den from the remainder of'the property, Happy .N :
official table from English
an
Florence abounds, successively engaged M. X .'took up- his quarters in it, connubial
their attention The' Count 'was particularly and by means,of,a bole I bored>> throughthe paper, giving view of out :
the churches that bliss in the city of London :--'!
desirous of visiting wall \yas enabled. to see, every ,
and before every picture of the Virgin ,morning at eleven ,his i Jady's :window 'Runawaywiyes; ; q _1,133Runaway
of:
or her adorable Son, crossed. himself opened,,'and; that, she,came. "down ,and husbands, .._ ,2,348 !,h ; I "
: divorced ; a !
with deep devotion Excursions walked in the garden with:_a. ,handsome Married persons legally ", 4,175 ore 1 ; ;
among the superb villas, in' the envi ymmj man: .: the son ala neighboringland Living jn'ope'n warfare misunderstanding ; 17,245 : '( :
in private: -
also afforded Living
Tons, peculiar pl sure.- o\vne'r.,
Indeed during the three days,. the,interest Averse-to exercingtlieawti4 S J, 'privilege ,. ,. :.- #.j ;". ;13,279'Mutuallyiridifl'erent

of the Count remained unabated: which ,the law concedes to'an;enraged : /."..t.. -".' ,[*' ,,155,340Regarded Jl : \ ; :
tnd he often himself ,M. X the .ashappy,, 3,175nearly .
congratulated upon husband, ",.Ascent -*., ,' >" '-.- .127 :
a detection so, agreeable: and profitable.His followingnibt i opening another aper; ) happy, -', .
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t apparent sincerity and real: 'simplicity lure'.in the wall'anaaespatcliedisvaet'! Perfectly happy, ,. "

: and earnestness had, captivatedsis to. Paris. The latter. returned' ;.10 ; ro g.'qnT .Pittsburg of. \ !
companion, and secured his entire ,o'clock in.the morning; with_a box,which Sweetening' a : "FourOr.'five'bar. on'. i ,
'eofefidence. he'conveyedinto, the :park.'cottage.. It Tona18ays.: violent : *at I
On the : the fourth' day M. X -r, 'carefuflyplaccd rels'bf molasses. .exploded fiomjthe h :
morning ,wca at Daguerreotype* ; :fermentation down' ,'on' t eha 'f.
'*hen the Count had expected to leave, the. camera obscura. rajrror, i .h' ; : i
jeweller informed him that: there (acIngtho.aptuce :hef; :had, ,made.and: ,One.. )little shaver, 'was busily (engaged'ickjig it i: '
the sweet stuff through a,straw, : ;
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Mr ;
which window .opened, seeinghiswife JI
was one building interest, they 'when ':the : tvhen'the cask.to which.he was devoting .
had not visited--in it:was'a'gamingWk -, 'ami" the young roaaembracejbe! : bis attention*,blew up 'all J bf>. *'a sudden, oth :
into but:
with
iodine .
of great wealth. pat the plate prepared ; him more than he bargained fo>.V
The Coant at first ,declined visiting. ,the. .'box.:: Though, :two.minutes,_scarcely giving 1i--. : 5-- : !
it; but, after'a few. 'moments reflection,. elapsed, whilst it! ,was, 4iusexposed,.': I LongBils.-rTbe- DOctorS; ; 'ef'Pit!: :

''aeconf sed so curiosity ,to see such I,the. ,simMl: : Bpbrightthat; a Jjio&correct ,burknow' how"to ciS-arg".I': Dr.;, 'Watt: : i ;

fl establishment; ana at length accepted ,.! -'drawing oIathrwip49w; the' :.dwhonurable.meet-,. ; ; ,t.i dsfldaiit ertrap.br ibt.itma'whi .in ; '! r
.' the oier of bis, -friend's attendance., iDgj f. wa' Pl1UZk4t t6.'is \; 'j v t d h "ste ini e ine ) I1OhrabilEagain led ;
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: ,He was rectived by:the;directors, with) ',.XLi1 L :;has' just: appliedto 1 *.%*??#?! :, ,bro at thecitkfor" .at.tefld&flCeOL is' !

: t degree attention- correspond 'ito \ttoBand.,>:. PPJ-1.'u ,denoIJt":r.lrrh 1iS m;< '. : 298es. ai1; ;'OX$1470.Aother ,-; : '

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s ;ity can I* given,daly attistte-i, to ap".reQe i grors cpoosducli tim cotlrarj to the z ire of Ms JJdiOR "'''e re" ,the foStnTOaceosat oftk

12potJ,the fpjtfVrilk' mxtruyt&aszxtbe > ill*;. Wliags bsild bide IXT CS JJ ; gaidc,cbar#ed upon tEe oard, rboretr '.S1Itp .e aad &r;. or Capts Tho

' tJ$"IWJt It va. recoiled, that the cmdinz.ft, vn&t of the coflnty,-.. the approaching canra, ,' iled towards the main bode, folIo ;ilea by Lent. Heary.

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Et WJ&UV w.rD XESJCO. jastaat tie focsd himf lf and command ,
4tn ibe
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of
9ejaper* Stele. wily fully *.nled* Szchmeelrgo At length the bknr has been tirade.Velare ':'sarrtHKided bj' the enemy. who fired ,]: 25, iSiGexulexea & l.
that the Secretary\&rer|u e ted in,Urn** : -Kaouia *?rat ia tit
ioZ. far to alky sectional trotibles. received the last degree of upon bin, lalHnj as it is supposed, |
.mil cofa rtfeee proeeedm s toT eacbt arid.at the time tend to di Capt. Thorn' Leuts.K 'and Mason ; present excited state of tbe pcbCc mail
came D'uhj contumely uhich it i -
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prectoci* IS iui t: coaruyOLlVf some' twenty-six of'tbe"mn'
information concerning the resources, J Mrooger' nation, to endure.,, Our rit- welfare of oar lizl army, that most exaggerated
E WOOD! CI.airman" and taking Capt.Hardce and the remainder
prospects, and improvement*,. in each 1 zens have been murdered. Open war of .the comszasd prisoners: The reports creep t&lo tar paiSc

AtawrrCs_V. GitLtrj, ,,Secrctarj'TWetake .._.. portion of tbe State if raging on the banks of the distant 'Mexican commander sent into 'G ea. ,prints, ,thereby cinyiasr vith thrro soc*
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r On the second In June therefore I' I I haw and, anxiety into I.be bow of tie
L : 7f.eaa ....". Monday '. Riij Grande, j Taylor's camp, a cart; with a soldier'Trufnds and rel tioss: of oncers I

tlie in a. Democratic State Convention, the' *| badly. wounded. with a message that he natay
preset opporla ity, 70-some j intelligence /pay fee bad deem,it.my duty to give j&s a tasty

.cw 01 ilJe important coojaocturc of will be held, ai the Lower 3ineral startling, ,bat to, these who have bad 1 j! could!no not travelling therefore hotpkal render with him and bat correct .account, .of,the captareof
lh soldier 1
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,*j&ir* talk, at, J. we and abroad, in Spr JJg. upon;the Sfttrasee ,River, for the. sagacity to pay some attention to 'I 1be IIssi-'s tancesvhich, hIs SI_ U3bon're; Capt. Thornton and a sqodnooof the

/ad of ererytlriflg that can g S vc loter* the purpose, of nominating candidate: 'the'Mexican character,and to attribute quired. 2d Dragoons by .a force ai 1.llw
P f'tox oDder the ad of GeL TOle-
a t'to joarnal 'to urge OUt* JyCJ ppoo 1id i for Representative in Congress of the >ar enemies SOme of the a I tributes ofrsankind Gen Ti)1or's'position,' -in the,rear>' of cans rejoa.. Gen corn nu.
Taylor
oarecerved
', a notice o/f our/e ;in the State.--. Stile'of.Florida The.,time as appointed recent events ,.may .09*:bare 3fe2amoras withstand is sufficiently' strong to a report ibal tie theI eoesay were

ru' c cam;pomt; ,KMbc, rat influx u'flee 'will gire wtesfont opportunity 'for come so unexpected.r The army of f whole Mexican successfully force an and attack commands'of the ,crossins,the j-Iver above llascacapvjCapt. '

the candidate to 'c2ai",tie State before Bfexico'lias: crossed J Thorn..with s ad jI
jj ukti0B,#f East Florida, 'and the ew the Rio Grandefla -- the town, which, with the, batteries already -
ibe election J wbYlJtosea p1a cc. ,on the '21tji sent out on the tce>zit|:d ll>e .2..I
,
iiuing; political campaign, as reajconst&ey ,ulty;a rcconnoiiering.,company mounted conld be raked to the examine the ba and. :'sc
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b ibould jl in the:f ilonday in October next The ,of.ciur valry! ground' in"an hour's time. Gen. Tay xonntrjr a ,
V exert, Jcsrselvesr w s, attacked. .between lor .whether there was:wry,*n 5x ia the t e*

alf', If it noiJHBg .them,that place affords aaileeotnniodatioru. the camp. of 'uen.'Ptvto and has in camp: : fulirations'for fifteen f n port. His commsntl its cooaposedof

both,/or tie.comfort>,and liberation.. ,fie Poibt'l 'cb"hic h he thinks ,can be' made to
bcl.
.democratic joaroal *ko'jd) be cttablltked ... "Lieut: Kiiif and :13 men r .Capt. Iacnt.aeLicat..sr
lasrthfrtjr day bv which lime he is inhopes
,
their midst the delefratcaVc.. J'trust. ,tba*loth rill were V >killed* r .son, 5, sergeants, 4 oC' arnorals, Ibugd,
IB upon permanentIs ; > j* *-fbe Capi. HAZVZZ, aA4mci to receJTC large reinforcementsfrom
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'sahVactory'to tbosc ,luj are:,selected and 49 privates, Hw iSexicanreturned $s
gr aad" It nothing to the farmer. were,,taken, riao. >crs. T ns' and Louisiana; upon:each he
this ingtingtha
studIJe maa, of tafiaeff, fhattitey ,fo., f meet thither.r?V. I- .,.. '. .; Yet this is not all, The' body of Col.bMifpoV .. ,of which fbVthe Stales"' he'has' made,a' 'requisition .' ,had been attacked mo at,S dock,oamorning' :

.Id .re,.a well wpportfti piper, ',,':t i e JTBGITMAWiUflrJ fc : ,' s 'C'j a&ence, from' ftbe".camp. immediate_ '' equipment and"transmissiorrto of the 25th,by a large nW.oJ

wkl J&.pt' draeate tkairirtt mt, *' ">Tfe, Term of ftbe cireuit :Court,j for I"JtojY ii2 f-;n;':qoticed' ,'_.'was discpvercd'inaed. 're. \C 'of mdi I'oint t,a. Isabel It is thou.of four ht fall';bAbe the enemy, and that'the, whok.w*"'

increase tfu "fgr 1 ratiaa into the Stale cod.*'of AlaeBuajiodij ; :..- s t of.nod and ( b mand was captured or 'destroycAHThe
j '. t \"f .. -', l ) $ Jtj _. jg fuJl mfilm i superior officers of'G n. 'TayioPs that he; i
ivarncd him
.) nM! $.it!I eQr and Jn. ,,icfwimit.e4! ftcr,:a j&uqris & lici3wr! .. ';, ., Our';catty' j. ,surroundcui:by,theMexicaBtj 'Arm :that20k)0.; ) men Avill.bcreqUiredtnthiif i jn the guide vicinity, of the enemy :

rHCJ"1 Jta tiUtR, .wa' fold, ,the fl Honor Judge Jiww.'fs,.baspresidcd who itii'said BumbeT'12,000 a' rery: xhort period, as,ii'ls-well refused, to proceed. He tvahcd:: wl.
l known that "
7t I ttmetiyat. '_,' L.1.{:._" 1ntf.-: # Wo are r during the term, and his mm- oaivcrsal menFoinfTsabcl, which_ is'the depot 'receiving' he';reinforcements MeYJCaa'i A rmiSd; a i, ) night, and uon&of the parly cominijpijeturned ,

1 :' '; :. cots f'l itt t1'-e.t r' j.m&er.wJ., t'f'ff.nmmcodat'r'j'l "9n'J;."f'IH., i he as.and.dst 17ft/nit Y: .fo, l'riro'1 m>rotl.m .. r" ,Y j... .t. ;.1 l,r rhti' .t. a sn Interior. 'Jarge' --t' ..J from- the home. Ato 1,1h1S', ,
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jag lad datroer ltronixe U'I ana: .J r't1 h."tP1 b" come:=' remains to .lha r,v lunJ !( P( .:, 4 I1) 111 uh..tf e .,AAtsr :i drf j ping a private. He the partS'wounded,e1*+
:. teet dplrtee' !s"c". ettr" 'r eras of Louisiana Wd Alabama> who .l1fcnrt. :: was :
,
deod 't
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1.10IfIrl !
.wi ;_.,\poljj e JPJ\9 tpgen Ta lqr" ...rnforota places. The man \ybo DrougtUebearcrofano htIa*
.t .1Is.tltletc rH klie .b tHkdo : ;fit a :bblYF cley ted : ( Tetre
'WII'rH/11JMe t f. b11d1 'H, themselves to licir: 1 L him Gen.jon .
1 had {
Pm1'dit, t1J t iJfi 'U. 't j'fCJ.JOfJ. $ ; t >$&;Jie: ;a seamed the, :; : '
:attl"ri"Ji I the. tat,'.lvlj'l'fh HI ; ,o 1:1.:t11t Jrom! trio'1'J11(;ffH-fft Ce4ct. fit'mucp':n { WuRtt f lLl' 1J'g f. I off.i 1 ,.tbresce-fl : 1',;ctr'f.I'i O m I f.., command of the Mexican (or s-r.iljtt< to Gen. Taylor, the ,ame .....

.. A .,cxr ,aat- eel''IOfJ '.erc. M I"'er ,J'lKll: f'liar j'fry aft"- which was-that,l. ,4 d tflJl"nT' /. ,:puP! ....;.JIo' MI" u.. 'JJ {.} i' i 1t3i'' w 'i" ftsBMSaPfrrfef 1'-. _The body. of Cod Trueman Cross ,

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1e 'h be >.td"-'1..r-J-i corrcctnc sus; wa. we believe- (. .,W,1J Miniiw! ., have 5v
( set kfore noticeiJ ?
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sys.tern F.r1M ci.I'raMzLhwcaadk
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command of [ # -*& ; ; > 1i
200 5
'acer against his raen' ',. rfffi? the>Awaj,.Comm ittee? PP l Sbalance at''g'$490OOO' r- 6 1ine ?,rffi tlihat, a *of* :tactics'nsrainst* the"" :.Gircaswv *" ; be I&eMhta guna &

2 .15 he had no flying hospital.- : > ,for th "constructfof.a .proposition iadpenviuaae ,J$ Congress by burningtheirfqreftts.* TBM t a ,. Htt .
He then .spoke of the' rest'being1-, .-. ,to buy.theV uuid i utii .,tiipuictthey. i'.J' t J
<> caused distress inh.it.nt
+< much jtbthe .
its :
} floating: tlry dock. V t hjladelfphia ,.__ -\ ;awl m.ket
and said_ lthey wogld'1 IBc'ilrea- ? > : ; l' t
:Ipuers; : l scorned theideaof: 'belongingtoaiiy : r'tlia Calicasos. f' bered iat ', it will OfilyTebe..4
icd with thc conslaernU01L.. _n,.. : and 'sectional. dry. d9Ckat. facd
if Araiaftt
'
as eoM
1 : ;! ,a
V
ers of war, agreeably. the'custotn'.x>f sacpla, /'. .i' ...IT'Onunotion -, : l' they ,.jshould xemain, jicmpfe' J4c77alf.ways It is said 'that,the lin-riHttips H i a A Itslc t .U 1M'

civilized nations." From' hc woundcd. t of-'Mr.; .A aIl SJ,n1 resolu? ; faithful;;but-,among themselves in Englaad .,land: ..nil,steamersou; the fired through apa .et gl J. ile

dragoon we obtain, the following:; facts;. tion.was.adopted, calling, on. 1 c// resident and'with us, tn ericans;.they oauldf not 'home station that are,toot 'speciallycmployed i the hole ,the ,abet of the,WH 'wkhe aig 1

That the'"charge" was ,made 10. open ,'coiitninthcir: joy at Jhp bare' mention ..b'fsuch 'wjlj l be,::assembled d in about, a cracking tfiegkwj if '
tnatt .when the command .to state whether any deseiters, happy declared month as,an experimental, quadron.Ofthe suS' 'L1..
ground ; jl prospect Tfey ,even < thread, n:will'ppt;ev Tibrai. rlc .
'charge" was given, but n" few of the while in ,the act desertion from the lhatahey',would;aasumo the.debt iC: suak JZOO feet J* ,the. ocets wffl

enemy were seen, ,but as they'dashed U. S. Army; were..shot, and if ,,so, by themselves) and amused themselves,by 'all fourteen'those Irish prelates,the ten (including rise on Account. of the premre, of,aei the

a hill the whole command presented -' 'calcalatirfg i uq\V'soor thc now 'l appointed present water. :In-tie '
over wtipsc orders., ..From; the, manner, in reveniieSj .hostile the | : artjc rt$5on' When the
t
themselves they were fired wastedon of .government) are to national therm
; upon an:army twenty thousand meteri. \ ow icrp/pmwacia
which Mr. A.; .o c .cd'.tbc' resolution i it. of education.
system
and taken ,
immediately Wrrpunded and the of civil .
and : men on legion harpies c converse more l\\ a mile diUace.

'prison erg. He does po'Q \\\thatbC- .evident, that he designs, ,lo toilsome?. that' prey on the 'vitals' of. the'island, It is reported .tlat a 'conference is'to Dr. Jamieson asserts that he heard'every .

came of Capt. Thornton. Capt., Hardee body to .an' accodnt.. : would redeem. the:,d bt.< Cmba is .take place in'London between France 'word of a sermpji lit.the di Uace of ,
and Lieut.Mason ore prisoners and are. hot' 1iQW ver,1j:|Jt .for.a.republican two miles. '
tte
gqv-
non: : ortKoo.v AND ,,and England,'as,to Tairs,or Mexi- ,
well. Hercports:Lieut Kane as shot CALIFORNIA.By .ernment .and, the and
all Spanish Anglo- '
coin
and it is feared he is kiU d. Ten men :.the .arrival! at New York; of'a 'vessel Saxon races would. never amanmate." mutual order decision; if possible to come to some A pigeon! lately flew frornSoatap.!

were killed., Before the cart leftone; frpmthe SanBwich Islands\ve'have ''Trqe'--b! i ,one of 'them.might absorb .. .' ;, ton m England, to.Londpp, dl&tue

of the two men mentioned died. From reed d;:late:iItelligenco Ifr m the Pa-: 'thp other.. The. Spanish
the note orGen.:r.| it charged upon him CI Ii Cl.1't t.. T '.. : '- JQicgon.Prcyons ;..' .f" ,said' to smile very liberally. on, childrenof already s France forty millions .sterling utes: -- .

One can hardly ,conceive, of such mad- the the Nort1.. The sameletter) :say*:'-' .and more thnn.:300OOO'men.. tcoN7i. I T&D.],
charging 2000 men with 63and : to departure "We have'had t "" with .
jiess as a, pleasant IMPHQMPTC7.TJw .
of the Coxvlitz arrived .
General
at Honolulu.frpm Houston has
doffed his
it is fair to presume that he was sur- occasional, Northers: cool the burning grey Sun liad jaiw Iri bib sic J .
the Straits of San Juan de Fuca -4-50 Texas dress Mexican blanket and
;
rounded and charged to cut his way vault overhead, and burst open the cells now At Monarch uf the rfaj/ ..
through. Time will clear it all up.- wagons, and 3000 emigrants had arri of buds by their,misty1 sh wers. The appears ,in n sujt' of black, and looks And full o.rr.mooLb St. Jphtj'f I4" rltr o'o'Hil
vcd. S mc'of them were ,men of capi- Senator "" .
of Capt. Thornton's < of fine and bid fair to very ;" '--4_ ,
The capture party, tal. Dr.. had removed crops cane are wtimrtt genial ray ; .
and sad death of Lieut. Porter, and murder the Falls. McLaughlin and intends ,,shortly to leave to .yield i. an abundant.harvest"of the ',Chinese It.is'estimated t that$80,000 f worth of While bird llw-ir melt ljr had lofil :. 'i'. .

of CaL) Cross,are rather melancholy salt,' and the, plantations are so To hail the & of Mar. ,.H z*
for Paris. Mr. Douglass takes charge sheep;:are, annually 'destroyed' by dogs ..
commencements of ,the war. I abundant thqt for dollar two horse- A r:1M .
) say a ,
of the Hudson's Bay Co.'s 'affairs' .at in,the State of Obi One.. farmer lost, On the fair boon of.that tide .
there is po dpubt of its exis- loads are given,-and they load a h rse'here .
icartr unless armistice: is sighed Fort Vancouver.. Bark Toulon, <[rpsby, not lightly. 50 ,in a single. ] :;night. A g.llantbrk .
.. '
from 54- into the She mo'is like, "'
Honolulu ,was : days Ocean'* nolle bridti :
ten days, we must have sqme March 2 1.-Another ]etter. of this .
hard fighting. The'enemy' are collec- river, and in November, had not arrivedat !,date contains the. following-uAg{eca- ,As Pat Titorgan sat enjoying:his.connubial I'rixid ofibc gem she wear*; .
considerable her discharging placi'. Many more the ) bliss upon the banks of a southern Our:youth.(Mir beanty.and'our pridr: ?, :
ting in some ,numbers,audI bly to late instructions from Spain," { /
I think their force may be estimatedwith emigrants,< were, to, arrive. and .'cert1ir' Captain-General ordered an enrollment, :creek, he espied a turtle emerging from That'honoi'd te,. '.bear.' '.,: '.*' .'-! -*"" :
iI"
descriptions of to supply their the stream. b hone!" he exclaimed
goods 'Q
-
safety at.5000. Gen. Taylor 'of names for organization(of the f mil: Her charge-,a:cablet bi Ijhi Ip bye.,
want-in thc'\vinter' be iriuch in de
rapidly pushing, forward :his field! work, itia. Seven 'hundred citizens caine.fpr- solemnly, "thai ivcr: should come all Where j earU ihrIr puira"M bk-Dtl.r.
mand.California.. the : ., .,
America snuff-box : "
sn J.-U'y letters from California walk -"Whisht !I" said his wife "don'tbe "
I mitlcrs-2000 from Louisana and 2000 alarmed that officer, thnt .he has ,post And their$the,emerald* lend; "* n 1'?1.,"
!bf; the Dots Quixote, xve'leurn that afther making fun, of the birds !I" ..
from Texas. If they will give us a fair in of poned further action, a.nd"has written to A fcne at rick asje ,can,view, : .
fight"e do n doubt our ability, to consequence an advantageous a- old Spain of the;excessive patriotism of\ Or. III-b! ,is ihou-l.t .lcrD J. .'J 4" .
tack made the Mexican authorities Rum for the lat1V-The distillers : .
by jf'
whip them but if they arc.going to give the of i\\Q.usiemprejidel\ Cubal ,The
. ; of St. Francisco, on some American citizens sons says Worcester. Transcript, .liave \\\l\l\ Muic dulcet noses are'beard':? a. ;),
second edition of the Florida war Creoles Gov /
. are wondering why our
a ?
os
. by xvh'ci 'Jr., .nthan Spear came one good customer left. The Government T Q clier the p.**ing hour, !'. .
it will be a annoyinafTh1r. : crnment has sent an to examine
very agent ,
his life memorial we perceive has advertised for The dance, her deck .ba '.
near losing ,a was presentcdtosCajjt.Pearceof gallant iiirr'dWith .t
Yours cr\.trulv' : their arid Its manufacture :'and
sugars ; ,"j .
W. S. HEXRY: Lt. tJ. S. A. the. U.S. sloop :like. drowning men, catching! at straws, sixty thousand gallons" of, rum for the talismanic powV; -
: Levant than/at Monterey;' and .|ie, togelhei find it the navy alone' Lvve'g 'entimenu.of llu>ubt and word]
they hope to in a prelude
XEy KK Com'ErcTiorf.,-The elccJ -.' \yth) 'itr. Larkin, U. S. Consul, I for the island "-SouthernPatriot. Aru.i.Dtcrcban wjib flaw'r" 'f 1 y ,
bargaining
? Stick Pin Here. The London .
a ,
sailed for St. Fran isco "" '. .
to :
*
immediately .
(:m 'or delegates to the'convention, for '. ; I 0... ] .
.
, 'he :aflair. V .. .- Chronicle of the, .7th"ujt.., contains an -{ o "
. icrising the constitution of the, State of investigate We !aUo )learn that three "F t- ; I article upon,the .conquests of Englandin \ watcli'd. with h 'pc,- wbj don't aLa c ae.f! 4
'
companies Elections in Texas.-By: the recent Oh! why ." long d.-JaIt. "..".-OBring .
I New York, has resulted'as follows : 51 1 1 from the U States numbering from India, in which occurs the following .'I :-
"
arrivals from Texaswe have the follOwing back the catket-bring it home '
. Whigs and Anti-Renters 77 Demo, three to/our hundred people, with-fifty remarkable passage J "We can.nev- 1..J.\ .
electiOns Ere .
information in regard to the India,as until dillirion.r.lv.e their ray.. ,,..- &
1
had arrived the head ergOrer we oughtt we possess -
at
. crats. The \Vrhig papers in that Stateare or sixty wagons, in the new State: the whole it/" .Ere pearl*be turn'dto liquid bam *. 'rt!

: abusing one another right and left, waters fthc Bay. Some hundred head Congressional Election.-D. S. Ka fl- of ___. : In'arid melt away, : ,". tIjt .
"
,
. and attribute to each other their melancholy of Durham ,cows were brought by' the man, i is elected ,in the .first distrj t! In Rejected.-The Pennsylvania House Or emerald, iea-grwn. tocQn)(*, :S.1 t c*_ ,"ai.,. d'I,

: defeat. emigrants.NEWS. ___- _ ,the,second, ,the result is still doubtfulthe i of Representativcs.Iasrejected the bill Or gren a, CP'faU.way. .. r 4'nf x f I

. -- -. JBOM EUROPE.. vote as reported stinds, Pilsbury. : to give juries who.find a verdict of murder 0 a, a ., ,. .... j

. \E\V3 FIIOJIVAXIIIIVGTOJV.' By the arrivals of the Steamers Great 1094--. Wilirams, 1077, Cook 995. It, in the first degree, 'power to fix' At lantlw bark returo'd the. :'. -.. t

April 28th, 1S4-G. received .will. require:the official returns to name punishment! ; imprisonment for 7hi trratunV t-ss3 :: > (
. have
I Western and Cambria life. I gemt at, bright and. :
J the successful candidate. '
In Senate.-A was received No Itws ?nc6rrI _,
message "for
The with ,
oVr"4
late from
intelligence Europe. .
1 Ford & Cornican of the'Austin .Qcm.9 t
President that he had Well
from the
advising Cambria' while coming into port rap rat hay; been elected) public printers. Carpet, weaving, is can i led on .in.Auburn pre..I.nd running 0.1'I I
T. Iwr W
. approved and signed the joint resolution agrpund and. it, is'fcarctlviiI be a total J u%es"-r-Tho 'Senate confirmed the N. Y., to ,a great .extent. Not ,We o"'t Peel.or. }

: for giving notice of the termination loss. following' nominations: M. P. Norton, far from one-third of the whole quantity JackonIv never had I.bC( rl'.. p:4sToN: ..:. _. !
Judge'of the 4th district O. M. Bob- made' in the'United 'States is.'manufactured t.19th. J346. : t
; of the joint occupancy of Oregon Territory Cotton had' advanced l-Sd-the ; _I- -' '. .. .
Great Britain. .. accounts -erts,5th' LJ. B.Jonc-7thjI'T.; ; Mills; there.. Une establishment 'employs ,MARRIED. .'.'
to carried out by the Hiberni being Sth. district. .' 300 men another manufactures At Fernandinn .
judicial .:". ; E. fo on ;Thursday Ermine.7th ;
April 29th.In considered us confirmatory of the ., 10,000 yards.carpeting. per month., of May,184G. by the Rev.Mr. MadmrrCath .
,
- Senate.The Bill to grant altercate peaceful character of the news previously Virginia Elections-So, fnr'os heard olic Pa.ti.r of St. Augustine .ANTONIO.
J I carried, A member of the''fr c anij J CA OV!,: F-1..JO Mia YQUACIA D.. daughter ",
sections of public land in,Michigan from, one hundred and twenty six .mem- enlighte- of Krnnru D. PunsEsq., of Fcrnandrha. i
Intense excitement existed in relationto bers have been e1c ted-68 democratsand ned" wasfineduive\ pound! at a Liver rr priDLe-r. *? n"et'i"rd.ur .. t:

;' for the completion of a public the Irish Coercion Bill, and the Corn: ,58 whigs-Eight counties to be pool Police Court, for ,beating a black -----.- _"---- -. :.
.
tfork, was taken up, and ably supported ,Law Bill. Itt8' thought that 'Sir heard from, which,last year sent .6 democrats ( boy. "Her 'sn, pretty land of liberty," : \V...* 11M, l1"qu.tf'd.. owJbupce Mr."'J. t tnRLIN

I by Mr. Calhoun. Robert Peel would be compelled to re and 3 whigs. The democratic said the,enraged and disgusted Yankee; for Senator u,from nf Utinfuo, the r hteentb cuunty, a Senatorial* Candidate:DUtrirt f* .

.J. IntheHouse4-Thc Bill to establish tire. i majority in: the House will 'probably be "here's pretty land liberty, where compming ihoeonniM* of'Lctj, Bn.oa'ud I

ifeSmithsoni ? institution It Business generally, was dull. The i 14, and! in the Senaic)certainly. 8, or 22 'man' can't larrup his own niggtr- Hilliboroo-l, arrh. or.rainc elecitun in October '
1 Jl t ,passe Flour market remained without change. joint ballot. Montreal Herald. : next. The*un|>orL ur he Franchise of the EthtetnthDhtrict _. i
on
.
'I i i the same with that proposed in the but firm. ; ; i*respectfully*61j itc l. ; J
Almost as bad, this, as a free-born .May.lSth. 1S4G. ,
:1 Senate two years since by ,Mr. Choate. Lord Stanley is ]leading the oppositionto A dated' who his ; -4 r-. (
. letter. St.. Paul de Lpando, :flriton we heartLp; ,taking 1 4 -S --t
The institution is to be governed Jby Peel.) Janu ry'.2; aysy 5A I large, steam-\ .wife; (ut into the.streets.of New, Yor.k, :TASSENGERS 11 .

,., three regents, The President ,of thU.t3.tes *!; Accounts from France state that'astouisPnillip sel 1 sailed_ a short ifr-c'ago from, Congo, with:a,rope:round ,her neck,offered.her I Per teonier St. Mafihew.. from' Sarannah, t
c, was rcturning/rpin Fon- _MiiylliU.Rer.} ; .Mr.MacII.urf. Jiidge Andrew i 1
*
; with The enormous. number of 1700 to tihi n best ',bidder Beingarrested
he Chief Justice of the United *
; ; tainbleau,' where he bad been taking an slaves on board.: She-was fitted out asa by' tiie.pplice for bid. rut JitYJ"'H re's'n M'rsrIt,1 William,lo,.J.,Tons R. Hrrnaadez.- :

I' ; States, nnd the Mayor of \Yashlhgton.uTLe airing, .a ma'ri; seated upon n',wall suddenly slaver in the Braxils.J und escapedhcr; pretty land,of liberty," said Ihe outraged I Per iteamcr Wm.'Gaitwi,:(rune;Satinnb. May }t }

interest \vhch| lias; accruefd, fired at hi mi; ':Several balls struckthe ,Majesty's;cruisers;" ', and disgusted John Bull, ,"here's, a '14th> -Mr'M;Canova.Mr*. A. A.'Canoa,'Miu. | t

owuntinjr to two hundred and forty carriage on ,the inside, but no one pretty landpf]Jiberty i wfar$ man' can't :&I Hbpkm' Mis*.DoLaMnite; .Dr.Torwr,bleurt.R i iI

&oasand dollars, is appropriated for.the was injured. Thp ,villain! was arrested."Accounts 'A'very large majority of the people sell hi'.own wife !'!-.. Y. ExprcsS* .I .B. Cano,;A.A, Ccnora Jnlinv Jl. GalReC. i: .

TOfldS and buildings. Of the annual :" from Spain, state that Nar \Visconsinhaving declared-in' favor '. '. Steward, H. A.'Crane, Samuel WHgltfWWright. ; :.C.I. I )

3 I mtect of the rUld. twenty thousand .th ;i having b -cn driven out.of power, of.State. Government, AVisconsin will be .a -"Arrival'of'Poultry.from..J.etfc.q.-- \ ": 'UT'- ,

e dll3.is is appropriated for thejcstablishttt had-iled to the South 'of Fraucc; represented in,the, next session of Con| On SyndythcAgcrma, 'oOOjtqns! .arrived -- Brought Jail: ,. "'1' .. j.

, of a National Library... There is :.Po14n -The Gazette clc:Vps 'of the l 1'ress by:'two Representativcs.Jlmcrican .- in-St. iKathanne.Docks 1 :; 'from Boston Q tliellthTnnanta> negro .mnn.imtelf Q .. \

:: Z30! to be a Botanic Garden, and the 1st inst ,- publishes the, following-letter, .. .- .- < with twenty-five cases of Turkeys, -K' ,Un, JON.. 'ibiih ahout :I0jenrs.ifup.

pounds the Government.iXational 'J23d. also) sir boxes of red ( v light pmr 'xiun. tont lHutfaodh
: are gircii by dated Cracow Interests'in: 'uba.-An Intelligent gc ie.unU capons ; 'h.*,belong' to Air. William Jt ietofOrancr
:
Museum is,to :jbe'connected 1firift Tthe J ibt'fpur, idpys, weha'c gentleman, whohas; :been \engaged reindeer''of jsupprior 'quality.We! ,believe county, rToriila. 'Tlieowberi'. feqoritedto '
e
i I: 11th the Institution undo die collection constantlyThe.ard l the, sound, of distant In .the production of sugar in Cuba thi&'to: ,be.the first importation of :'come"forward pro hi* 'pnrpertyi pajr'aljchirgr .
itbe of the from the,side of Galicia and on aqd take him '** .
away.
Exploring Expedition and cannon 'fat the 'last'thirty jreairs,. after acaefql1c1flintttiQn1 the\kind. ,. : JT -, ,
f 1 atioual Institute, will form a part,of thecrening: of thc20thfihe: horizon. \VSLS ,. "eVttroates ,the ,valUGof L ." 'DopotyJailor"'J '.A *'DARBEE"t''T'Dura CUWiIJackjnjJeM.yISIQIU4G. _?* i 5 '

:red "in several places"I'a>'trrroiiecf.fect : ..propeny,m the'Isiand, owneoMy Jl CudfdrToiacco CebThe' ;: V "," .

: Tle plan adopted is what was called, of.aii.extensive ,fire. p.nJhc,same. iAroericans 35000000.,; So'says: Traveller contains a piece of.c9nsoJatlon.for. ,BinlslnUer. J. I INefiee..'r .' :'',
. ta
the' Library plan*. Its author, .>Ii. night nn ,Austrian: corps' of infantiy, corfesrwn;en:ofthe.lYashingtbntlnibh. those who indulge in the., Virginia 1QKTM3, .fer.
i ate, said at the' time in the! 'Senate, 'with'eight1 pieces' rann( l, t of:the : : weed, ropni g.thqs :. ,, :1 ..:SIX, .. ; jo.lhc:IliHwwaW*Judge Pfobate of !

,'' Library contem'plafcil) lyas r.l load. toGilicia. Other deiachmcnls, .', .:W convJ.i 'a pQpulaton, tJ 00- "We have'alrE4y I mentioned tliat one AUchpac
3_ .0 the Iargcslasof libraries npvv fjnfa'r'marchcd tp\yar4, 3p"cm i personssupporls no less than fifteen of'jhe ;prpvidfi cejcars; on. Vedhesday ,E.oEpbrnrniTyn.r.iaiao.ed;.nil'all*perunl iitfiag'ttemabd l (*a, rooary.drcn ogata*!-; --- \\

ie" rld." lIe All tthese movements &MM V ra Jb r **ak8'\ objected limiting and \Vjcli zka >' 'ncwspap j. j '.jvh.ic ,sp morning aU. tate'oreheirl; rrquired to present. them r, < ;

: Rr tIlC ibrary building to ar hun thal'thedrstiirbances s ambrigstHheiavei6t f fJ hd l l p.nt. 'i,. t. flQ' -oplcqut thrown"with J fcat;violence .t tbrongh:the ,.proner I,ly.nttetc'dfornl. "met r.' i
reIthousancltlollar' ; ; inasmuch as the :p.Jcli riJ\ ; yet; jezi: suppress. tncr ; .... windows! J p\j, it so Happened,. .J;lithe tj JOKLT1ESON' f. AdmV.. s .: ;
3 .:get cUss of' 'Ie . : seaa1i jYindow through .which MyJ5iJi,184&.6m.' ,, I
. 1br:1rj'c iEur e'.J .: : ,1._I 4 J'- e. 'MciRcurrsT.jpHNacoy !
pe '
, tdin tram a quarter,to,half .a million ",.rlalJJ k f.N urdmD trCorr o n An '_rrgriifemnn, who has dabbled this stono; entered, War .(c upi a J CJrcait 'Ceart* ,- :.,.r* t

f ':oltzn. "Twenty thousand 1 .dollars 'dent' v tes that Genide': ''Ratez9j..tn al lt is.life'.in :.statwticssays ,he; jrxeyeriheard'oh by ,a, 'tobaccor-chewerrTlvHo: ; ':t.taVinff. ,, rtr. : ., trt. -S'f'1- :
'
, tterMr. n of the forces rnTh more.than one"woman:,who in- negle.a ,tosu'ppy' his1 pqcKetwIt.' : U '\ 'J -tt." .
. Chbate said "for ; .. .
twenty- A q.tJj-plfPlPlJ1 gored her .life:-*HC" accounts.tr:. h s c thc.wee4 .. }I 1 Chaa h .....,.. f. I
'
LTtyejz of oC. ,
I \are five hundred. tliousand.dol-, { fly, has been nidcr the qecessity} npplying' the 1.arul qua tity ; : / H; ..lil.Rtt.OIT, 1.:: '; 41'i' -
3 1; nd five hundred thousand dollars 'r : pjEfrf l\qql, in "'consequence :.bye jingular:.Tact of one'oftionsl hozs- had just leftt4als; plnc :to '.oorrow .il' CR1ILU \: SIMMOSS. -t.,L .. .

3 1cteedy' ;. yniPt0msrpfrttn out- on,every; .Insurance,paper, bezngiWhat quid-from' bist"netghbo rJ ii.a ;e1 r'i i[, \having.:Jieen|nod t jappear l,f.aAda L' ."..toYv 'k <
; expcnde4.-mii..byAbib1toma.. ;of: PPie 'A thttnselves : isyourage: 1"-[ wi.[. Ii i !! i .ij ;ia.: \ .rCt .(. .LC l, Ij ; ." I
-uv1'j'a man of nsc.and: :read break which faave. faown. m: -. ... ,. ok '' 'J' saved1; Ji19 'fscap ndantl m |het:a1Hi1 I G*!: L' SynsIdemh.a "
" J '"iAB-mOniA,: : ,, .:. ,'...;.. _,. 't I. -H (' JanLi'jaiinn'nri1ti
: thorougbt .instractCfl fcT" -. .in bibli grh. the north D(1t3i: ." < '' :_. .Lm'.r ,.;(:. 'lt 4 !II; .''t1':: .I.Y.. r J' : jury'L j: .r :'Ii) -c -p ._ ; theStzuf tocm, bea ". ( !.. P'! '
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'I t .D h.c'>X jtrtue.of: :wz4,5Ihh the powei4I'cI pd .,JBbyjawj: ( .I IWILt auend f at'the.following places, for'th*> >- NEW' STORE. subscriber having .recently,fitted up St.Creek, .;.JH. ,St. ..

t > "Lalr.K /for rale;befoW itie Court House of Receiving the' Ststeand County THIS DAY, 'rr ..YM'JW'rlehrti ,Cb mbdore MTHS establishment. with ft tiew.to the the, M.t.. to ibe sbo, .e Dtriea.
dobr In the town'of Newnansville, on'Monday*the :K-- fur theyear1846 ;,- from New York(Tallahassee froin greater.convenience and accommodation of those -, The pl.e

.' f 3th daycC,Octnber'.next, between the,boom of JO At the House of Col. Joan Broward, Monday. New Orleans, and the,steamer O"h.uto bbUGeonasee whom ,III! health pleasure might attract 'to this k 'MATTHEWS regular packet stn I.

and.2,ofdocktbe following property: so cnocb shelhtholMay., ',Flour.; 25 1-2 bbla do.50 bbls Western portion of Florida, solicits tU patronage of the P. MeNelrf, .:
4! thereof as will pay the State tax due,on the, same, At St."J hll", Beech.-,,Parson's- Mill, Wndne.dsI,13ti. do'.:5 hhds Baconi;,60. .i.Hio Coffee; 500 "public, trusting that none, who may favor him. will t,b beea thenwf aly

Yor jbe year"1845;jancl all legal cocls, and,charges -. bushels Corn; 15 bales Hay; 20 btila'j'rfmei'ork' ; find anything requisite to their comfort nef lected. :.1 'l.-
b .i&tiiatcit"ihi' advertisement and; sale thereof At the Court House; Saturday,'I6lhi 20 bbls.Pilot Bread; 20 boxes No. 1, 'Soap; 40 The bealihineWof'Jacksonville-ita protectionfrom ,

.I S *,iziaiuftv1edhr. portion owned or claim-. ,At Black Creek, Coy's House. Monday ,18th., ,bbls old rectified Whiskey;5 bbs! Monong ahrla do; the harsh sea breeze and it* easiness of ac- fort .imrn. As (accommodation, aa4.

p : .! .edby Frederick, MrquequaI to, 4554 actes. Af Maod.riniat the.house of Mr.C. Reed, 20 bbls Baltimore Gin; 10 bbls Domestic Brandy; CHI from any point, have always secured lithe This cnnot be surpassed by any bot .|U
LEDWITH route. boat will!
j thereof, (, in and to,ft certain! tract of parcel,of land, Saturday, !3d' THOS. 10 do N. E. Rum; 2quarter casks Madeiri' Vin.; reputation of bring ibe most advantag eoua place' arrive at Savaaaaarten

j: ,, known as the Arredondo, Atachua grant;containing Sheriff and Tax Collector, Dnval county. 2 do MalagaWine; 200 sacks Liverpool and 50 in East Florida, for the resort of inv.I"...during Thursday line morning, before the departure .. I

:1 i \wo'baftdrPd and eighty nine thousand aix bun Jacksonville. May lit, 1846. 4t, keg ywesl Salt ; also a' ,large assortment of Dry the winter season. To inch persons. he offers accommodations daily of steamers for Charleston, wbica- ,
evening.
: :II 4 dreil and forty five and five sevenths acres being a masters Sale.. :.odl.) consisting of ready made Clothing almost which he hopes will prove acceptable every Also "
: grant made to Fernando de,la Maza 'Arredondo & EISTBRH CIRCUIT or FLORIDA." every description: I pkgr.'of Earlston Ging and,aa medical advice, of the. highest order, brig passengers line wishing to take passage I I._

; fJ Son, pn'the22d December. A< D. 1817 situate,in In Ckanter ; hams ; 1'do printed Lawns; 1 .do plaid Mu lins; can be commanded in the town, they may rely' ,o barque, which leaves New Savanaalt ,,
Saturday
I Alacbaa, county< State, of Florida. F.J.Jorlson Executor of John 1 'case'fancy Prints of t autifiil styles ; 10 pieces upon the most careful attention. arrival of,the St. Matthews ru from Florida.Patsenxers YofktAcr. ife
S <' ALSO, F Brown,dec'd. for himself et. Linen Drills; 10 do plain and plaid Cottonades; A. visitors from the North,have occasionally delayed '
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L.J jS 6 -Ab undivided,. portion ownedror claim- .al.:creditors: r*. ,, > : 5 do mixed,Kremlins; 10 do brown Bear Duck; their coming, under the Impression. that the board of either, with line,if their baggage, .hl) b,.

:.ted_ yJobnNtb.; Sayer, in, the same.said grant, equal Benjamin A. Putnam, adra'or. 10do linen Otnahurgs ; 50 Mosquito Nets;.10 house wa.,filled. the subscriber take thin opportunity The-above boat will nult.
:f to 'rNf. of mbrose Hull. d..c'd.IN do Gilford Ticking;' 1 bale 54 brown Sheeting; to assure such in future, that. In that c****. Pilatka .Colo.:

ALSO, purauanceof order oft f,e' Hon. Thomas 4 bale. 4.4 do; .I bale 7.8 do; 3 3.4 do Shirlln ';, he cm always provide the ra temporarily.with corn- La.. Picolata e""t Tuesday.. .ai 8 o'c
r K,,.,.An undivided share of portion owned or claimed, I Douglas, Judge of tho Eastern Circuit of Florida and a large assortment of shelf Goods; 14 bags unable accommodations In tb*> town. I U
J; '','Jobn'X. Townsend, in the' same said grant, made on the second day .of March inst... In ,Feathejs ; Saddles, of eveiy description ; padded' OLIVER WOOD. Black Crk'M( P. M. 3 t.

)equal. to 455 acres't t r or.t *" the above cause will be sold under the direction of Harness; Mule('ullrt, Bridle,Mountings; Pelham, ,Jacksonville, Pec. 19, 1845. ly JaCklDvUS night. 1 .
.J. '. ALSO the subscriber, at public auction in front nf the Bills, &r.; 12 dozen painted Pails ; 12 nests For ,, or passage, apply I Capt.Met

) An undivided share or portion owned or claimed Court House'in the city of St.: Augustine, on Wed- Keelers ; 1 dozen CLurns; 6 sets dry Measures &lJUfjtIm Qiotb,, OD b.r or to _

rt t by William Thom/aa surviving trustee of Ihe New n..dly.he 20th day of May 'next, between the, ::12 dozen Brooms; children'. '\\'iII.w"\V..rnn.: Watchmaker Jeweller WooD.. & CLAGHOFW.Axents. .

a York:Florida'Association, in the same said grant hours of ten and twelve o' lock of that day, all Wash Boards 7 an assortment of Stone Ware, No. 5 MlIW-JTRfXT. Savaaaak,

p, i equal to 6822 acres .? those three tracts of land described follows: All consisting of Jugs, Jars. &c. ;.with a large assortment Respectfully informs the citizens FERNANDEZ & BISBEE.

... ALSO, thai tr.rtnf land containing about five hundred of Hard \Vare, Dry Goods, Medicines,. nfJsrkrnvilleandhs vicinity.that At'nts,JI.1
An undivided share or portion owned or claimed be ibe orl less the remaining Boots and. Shoes Ploughs. &r. which # : JOHN'H., .
c :: acres, same more, being ; Crockery ; he bus removed to the, bouse im-
by Charles A. Jarvis executor of.Noah Jarvi. Agent. Black Creek.TTThe .
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of of fifteen hundred large stock flutter themselves
portion a tract, acres they
., deceased, ,In' the some said grant j equal to 929 the said Ambrose Hull ,deceased the and .ral.od' nun!lately adjoining the one recent ( : steamer SARAH SPALDING
I granted to by compilses .largest mO'ls Ir the h
occupied, printing
as in connection with this boar.and
p U acres tbezeof.g the the 2nd ofFr.hru. of Good. found J ol' .Ea>
Spanish government on day cheapest assortment to Jje at any ,
t ALSO, ary 1312said 1500 acres being situated at Mosquito store in East Florida. office of the"F'n' cl. Statesman.'*and is now prepared terprise n Lake Monroe one' hundred .a twesrj.five .

An undivided share or portion owned or claimed ,at a place kr.own as Turnbulls Western All the above-are offered by the subscribers at to execute. with prnmptitude.all orders connected mit<*ho,PaUlka up the St. rivrr.

SI', by Isaac Frost in' the lame said grant, equal to Swamp, being the Southern portion or third of said their stork on the most liberal terms. Please wild the above line. July 1845. -

,. 2461 acres thereof. tract-2nd Three hundred acres of land situatedat give us a coil COLF. & NOYES. Mr. Groihe would also say. that he has determined United States 1aII.rL .
j ,ALSO, a-place 'called Colonel Tliimer. on the River Santa Fe Columbia county, May 3(1. 1846. lucunfine hi. attention in future, exclusively : The .Ifm' 'Panes SARAH

'l: An undivided share or portion owned. or claimed St. Johns, originally surveyed to Daniel Pluraer,' May 8 4t to work in these branches. He renders hi. .SP A LOJNG. Capt. Robt.

I by John M.,Seamore, in the same. said grant,equalto on the 9thDecember. 1790, by the Spanish govT thinks to the many friend who I have eiven him .n, having been thor>*u AD;
929 acres thereof. Two bundled of land the NOTICE. their patronage, and trust that his exertions hereafter and cabin rebuilt, amPtra&ia.
ernment, Srdly, acres on &
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I ALSO, west side of tha St. Johns River between the ,ON the first Monday in June net.Ishidh apply will be such a* to merit it. of i.

t: An ,undivided ihare or portion owned or claimed lands of Z. Kingsley:and Daniel Plumer, granted, ) the Honorable Judge of Probate for the From lung practice in his business, he feel, ., regular trips,from r..n'r.Palatka 10.

,i by Mordecai M. Noah, in the same said grant, .to James Hull on,the ,16th Ja tinry,1816sad last 'county :of Duval for leave te sell a tract of Land hmM competent In give satisfaction and his enmmpnr.Lak.Monroe,up the St. John JU t

4 equal to 1365 acres thereof. two tracts being the same, and which the said belonging It?, the Estate of Isaac' Hendrtck, deceased charges will be moderate and as reasonable as .rrrJ mill ". Palaika.'
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;; ALSO, AmKros Hull, deceased, had his plantation,and ; situated on McKoy's Creek and' containing those nf the North. The above Boat, 'leaving Palstka every Tars&j
; : An undi"idrtl.bare or portion owned or claimed are situated nearly opposite Mandarin. 350 acres ; to 'enable me to settle sundry demands N. B. Clucks and Watches repaired in the best Morning after the arrival nf the U. S. Mail Sieta)

IlI by the heirs at law of Alexander M. Muir, deceasedIn GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, i against aid F.tfttP.FARQUHAR manner, and at the shortest notice.Jacknnville Packet, St. Matthews. Captain McNeliy.from Ssvannah >

% the same said grant equal te 4641 acres Master in Chancery.St. BETHUNE, AdmV.of Dec. 26. 1845. ,carrying ah D. S. Mail to the aboOfbsawdplaces.
I thereof. Estate of Isaac Hendricks deceased r
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AugustineMarch 20. 1846.
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Passengers (or Enterprise, will take lot
t An undivided share or. portion owned or claimed NOTICE.ALL NOTICE Matthews S
Saturday at 4 oVbcfc
-j- I. by Jeromus Johnson,in the same said grant, equal persons interested,are hereby notified that hereby given to all persons interested that Savannah.every Evening f

:.:! r to 8500 acres thereof. the expiration six' months after -the IS, ix Months after date, I shall!) apply to the The Steamer Sarah Spalding. will ran to Jset.sonvjJIe .
f THOS. C. ELLIS, date hereof ,I shall' apply to the Honorable. Honorable the Court of Probate for tb county of via Pirolaia and "
; Sheriffand Tax Collector. Court of Probate for Alachua for &1nd.rn. h.1 "
county, a final Alachua! for a final settlement and allowance of trip, leaving every Monday st
L Newnaniville, 20th March, 1846. settlement of accounts and from
my discharge my my accounts nnd vouchers. as administrator on the -. -. o'clock.'
administration bathe estate of James L. Townsend Estate William Dell, deceased late of said For freight the
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t county or passage,apply to CsptatSM
i Alachua County Sheriff's Sale. deceased. I late of said county. .and for from SEMINARY. Board
fi ; a discharge my administration on or to Fernandez & Bisbre, Agents Jsck |
4. 1 BE SOLD the 7th of JOHN TOWNSENDAdm'r.&c.
on Monday, said Estate. ASA CLARK. sonville.N. .
WILL ciiur. of instruction pursued In this
.: ber next!between the hours often Newnansville, May..1st 1846. 6m Newnansville, F.. F.. May 8. 1846. 6m THE i. fittindrd 1I'n the principle of induction B. All! goods will be received in Store,fm
fl; : and two clock, at the iourt Mouse, in the Town of iu Jacksonville
NOTICE.ALL and nnHr. Students whu are Storage & Savannah.
1 :; of New anl yi1l County of Alarhtfa, sufficient y. unprepared
: HOLMES 23Florida
interested notified thai & CO. to enter College, here the requisite AIJR
persons are hereby r may ,pursue .
: portion of the undivided interest of John H. Brush --
: the expiration of six months after dme, I I r r HOLMES studies: "hil.lhu4r, who are not deignrdf and Savannah Sfean
: Charles W. Brush Eugene Vannes, Julia A. & CO., have removed
shall apply to the Honorable the Court of Piohnte MESSRS. ( a profession; tun select' such branches as
may Packet.THEreciiUrSienm.
i: i : Vannesn, and Margaret Brush, situate in, said k of Merchandize to the l Isrge
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for Alachua for settlement best suit lh 'ir in Iif '.
object
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: County in and to a certain tract or parcel of land, building occupied by the United Stales, known as
; accounts anclrlischargeifrom my administration on I the Government Tin regulations of the I Institution are formed PaGASTON.Cn1..'. 1'. Prrk, iBiiw
: known as the Arredondo Grant, containing two I BuUdinThry h."del..d; to |
4e hundred and eighty_nine thousand six hundred andes the estate'of William Sparkman,deceased,. late of their stock, by the late arrivals from NVw V'urk. with lh. sirigi.' design ..( promoting; the intf Urctunl live ai Pinnat.i every Friday man

: forty five and five sevenths acres, being a grant said county. a full' assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard and moral Hdvnnceiu of it* member lug at 9 A. .'I. un each week, nnd will lame Itf
made to Fernando de la Maze Arredondo nnd son, JOHN SPARKMAN AdmV. &<. ware Provisions, &c. &c. The discipline is inie.tdcd bee slrh'tlv pnrentaU P. M. for Snvai.imli via Mtunlnrin.' JarliriDt..
Santafee Pond, May 1st..1846. 6m have hand The Preceptor denires ntcnltivate, with his $pupils, St. Mnr\*. and all other inmntliuie! siuJ
ts on the 22nd December, A. D. 1817, to satisfy and They on now landing from brig Virjrinia landing i
p pay the taxes due to the Slate of Florida from the NOTICE. from New York 50 bale Hny. 50 bbls. I habits of kind and familisir intercourse, 0'11110 influence arrive in S>iVNit.tb early on Sunday muritiiPaen "

: persons above named, for and on account of heir-- ON the, 4th day of :July next entuiing, after Lime. 20 thousand Laths 30 "". Cheese, .20 tIm mih'-r! by an appeal tii the l betterprinript.a **r. for Ct."rl.II"1 ran I Iave ai 8 oclurk |

I. interests aforesaid and all legal costs and chargesin date, I will apply to the, Hon. Judge of Probate kegs Butter.20 kegs Lard 20 bbls. Pork. 20 half <>f III" ln-nrt, than by severe iul! di. in the erctling in .!lit*daily line .f Slesmci*.

,;, and about the advertisement sale Ih rf.or. for County nf Ala .hua. (or a final dischup from bbls. Beef. 20 bbls. Bread; 50 bag Cntle... 50 gnlr.rul'almithnC'I" The (ii.di'n run in mnneriion with Mr.*n.
; THOS. C. ELLIS. the Administration of the\ Estate of LfIVPUC"nViI.. bbls. Liquor, 100 Plough' *. Iron of various sire. An nerurnte account_. of the delinquence' of..v..rJ.rhul..r \%'abf"i, & U'iMer's Brig; Line of 1'ncketl ta j
nasal al of lfi* degree .r( attainment, is .
; 1 Sheriff nnd Tax Collector. llama,(late of said County) dec, Glasses boxes Pipes Tobacco, &c. &c. All of .. New. Y rk, of which, one leaves every 1-1
: kept f which in roiwxion with
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Nftwnansville, F-b..27, 184U.i F. A. UNDERWOOD. which they wit I sell at low price ropy morning
Administrator. Jacksonville. January 9th. 1846. tin* rufltrtrrm l>ill. i U f rnr.suiittrd to every parent Tb- (;nston duenn' return tn Black' Creek N
i 'or ..,.lilJn. who desire it.
may Ia."r Savurnnb.NAMES .
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County ShcrifPs Sale. wnv
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Ncwnnnsville. January 2. 1846. a
BE SOLD, on Monday, the 7th day Notice to Planters. and Others., TERMS FUR A SMSIOS OF TWILVIVXKXS : OF PA eKETS.The .

'i t WILL September,next, between the hours! often NOTICE. R. \/. MGGS. Blnclismitli. Higher II,,..!,.*. $a 00 veaa..J. "Ulhl"Hlin| lbi Line, will JII'fftI"

b1 I and two o'clock at the Court House in theIr ALL persons interested, are hereby, 'notified Jftc.k'nntilfe now'prepare.l Common Branelie. 7 00 I"l d..I..lrl..J regiilurlv .\.>iy Monday as I(.0...:

: Town Newnaniville a _uffiri.portion of the, Six Months after date, I shall apply to |to do nil kinds of work from Latin and Creek ClM'nic extra.LesiMui Bri- CI.1 NTON.T."L.,..... mn.'f'f'. JMi e It

III I interest John.H. Lewis and wife, situated in the Honorable the Court s>f Probate for Alnchua iron and steel) ;in a \vorVman in Frocch, given ut iLe request of parent Brie AUGUSTA, A. M. Slirrww l. IN".

it, said county in and tn a tract or parcel of 'land county for a final discharge from my admmUirn- )like manner. Hehnsonhand *. June 23.New .

:.known as the.. Arredondo grant, containing two linn.on the E,late William Standby, d"Ti-n rd ; a variety of PLOUGHS. tn Any pupil withdrawn from the School before the bark VKUNON.W. FJIery.maierJapr3L' ( |
and also, at the same time and place, for administration end nr lhee#.ion, excepting for reason which the Bnx SAVANNA Hawk!
,a ..hundred and eiehty nine thouiand sit i 'hundred nnd my which he would call th* ntteniion of Farmers. A \. mater.JJj7.f
five, nnd five on the Estate of Martha Si and ley, Principal approve will lie required tu rn11i'r theunexpired Brig EXACT.J. Jihsn.n 14.
t forty 'nevenths! acres being a grant His sKopi l near the store of Ms rs. Holmes &C. n, master, July
41. made'tn Fernando de 1 la Maza Arredondo and son, deceased, this. 24th April. 1846. Jnck.onville, April 3d.' 1846 if. I part "float .e ion. I Brig' EXCEL. C.' B, Smith master.J.!v SI.Thee .
COTTON RAW LES 'Admini.trntor. __ No deduction' oil i'of' made' in ihechiirg against
imawI
; on the 22d December, A. D. 18171 to satisfy and vessel are commanded bv menexperience
0 -par ft balance doe to the' State of Florida, for and Al'ril24r11, 1846., Gm Live ;Oik. ,Agency a pupil fur occni'inl ab enre. In cases of* protracted -. wbu will ue every; exertion to resit j
oric .: i_ given that having' l been ickne*#. the rlJl'illo be* ,withdrawn
: : :lon account of said interest and all legal costs and N- hereby 8( icqutring Passengers as comfortable as possible
I- ,.Charges"in and about the advertisement and sale NOTICE.AT pointed by the Government of the Unileil I from the School, proper deduction will be They will tail' punctually as .b ve, and ia"
the next session of the Circuit Conn for '
; the States; Agent for the protection of Timber on the ,nil" ". be towed ..
...' ..Balancedue two hundred and two doltars cases to sea by a SI.-I. .
<, and eighty two cent., of Atachun, nd Levy In commence Public Land in'Eatl Floridrt.' all persons who may No pupil' received under nine scars of age.Tbi .- GEORGE HOLMES.

ti! ? ,-..*., I THOS. C.' ELLIS on Monday the 4th day of Mav. A.:.1). 1846.1 will 'have m'raf. or shall b'reafirrrommit any trespass rule. from the 'inconvenienee experienct-d by AGfcnt. Jark*viJIi

t .f 1 'T .Sheriff and Tjix Collector. apply toaiil Court, by petition. f. r an allotment by cutting down and carrying away an/ Live occaitinnnl eu' 'linnll! hpr rc..r., will in future, Berth can be secured at SI. Augustine, oai?|
; of Dower in the Real Ettate of
'- Fleming Bates, Oak other timber from such Lands will be dealt beMcadil enfnrce
I ) tfewnan ville. Feb.27,1846.rAIactmoCoHnty .' or ) plication' m B. F. CARR & CO., Ages
late of Alachun! county, deceased, and nt the same with as the Low direct The School.is now in a nnuri"hingcnnditinn.. July 15. 1845.
'Sheriffs Sale. lime to.liavft alloied and 1 set ofT tomejb>> portion JOHN, L. TAYLOR. The bnit.lint is a I Itirge, ctimmotlioos and elegant -

TJC7ILL; f.SOLD. onthe7th I"y..r Septem- of the personal Estate of which .Hi.1) B ites died 'February 20th, 1846.. Agent U.; S.. &c. structure. -nMitty erected by FLORIDA LoDGE, Runaway,
possessed,to .which, I ani by law entitled, as Itis No. 1,1'fI.O. O. F. From tinGillisonvili; Jail B"st
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1. Kt. befween the hours ,ftr 10 and 2
'ifla In Circuit ,
Court.
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widow ,Person interfiled District, S. C.. felluw 5 6M
will a
1r : .olc CSc" at tlie Court House in the Town of Nrwr'n.M.ili please lake notice EASTERN CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. Th-f "IttcMtinn is one of well known salubrity and t. negro ,
,that a petition praying for aIJe-h.I.lnlrMntba. {r. Board be nhtninert inches high dark complexion, :0. "|
t' ., ;a'sufficient portion nf the interests of Countyof Duval: fit Ckaneery.Kingsley "ynhre" miy at reasonable .
b. T Henry.Dudley, deceased, to'satisfy the amount of j been filed.. REBECCA' BATES, B. Gihb..lenli rates in fP9W'r1II.? fnmiiie in the place. He speech i. aid has a .e.ese burn ktve
Widow leg* uuhmitQ5i.'uu, "
AdminUtraix ofFleming Jackyonville F. F.. March 27ih. 1846. nJ.aad.aj.Iisas ]
; 1 ..tues.dueiothe; State of Florida account ofsaid B"I ..-.l..ctaid. .Benjnmin A. Pufnurn, Jy i. MELKORD. and that he Mi.nxsPelir tnW
.: .t interest! including all, costs ,and charges in Executors of ZephenintrKinpley In Circuit Court. .
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Newnaniville, F. F.,March 27. 1846., B'II" discovery Meriwether county Georgia. .1.
-- .1 S and about the'advertisement: and sale thereof. deceased.Complainants. EAST&RN. CIRCUIT or, FLORIDA. .- 'Ur*'will be paid for his .adcWt
p ,, 4 ,1.8t.id iniTest was' returned to me' bv G. R. List of Letters, I and Relief, and I County of D"vnl: I* Ckanceryi in that apprehension i
jail, ao I him .
for may get again
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f :Fairbanks being ft part ,of a twenty thousand( :in, thw Post Office, at Jackson- ",. an Injunction.George hENRY: M.LINDSKTComicJos Bill EDWARD MULLIGANSberi'
REMAINING
c 4 acre, grant confirmed 1 .by. _the ,Supreme Court toMnceiF':1AYj. which, if not taken out in three : Kingsley Partition for account Beaufort Dfrrii
ofWJNSLOW
in Alachua cnnnty. months, will be ,sent to the dead,letter.office. at Defendant. TAYLOR, } Dee 15 tfAdmiBlstrater'8 ..
.1 ..THOS., ,.C.. ELLIS. ,Sh-ritrud.Tax Collector. ,Washington, D. C. :It.having, been"m".lc10 appear .IId.rne-tnrily'l.y FOSTER, I RraIEataie, ,, -

: Newn.n'iIJr, Feb. 27,184 6.t" llra.. -'d.'F'D. Jordon, Turner E.t affidavit this the Defendant' George Kinjley. ',. Hi* wifrt, MARIA FOSTKR, .t.aJ. IVotJce
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; Blidenburgh, Mrs Jane Jenkins; Jchn M sides beyond the jurisdiction of this' Court and in IT having l born mimic in appear by affidavit to NOTICE i I- hereby given to creditors ,

ki ::1 ;iieyyCpHHty Sheriff's Sale. Baker. A.". Kin .lpr, J H tlit Island. of St. Domingo, in the Went Indie, on ., saii.faciinn nf the Court that the above named persons entitled; in iriiHiiion in the Efts'

R i.- Monday, 3d Augntt, J,846.: Brooks, Wjllson, I Kenman, Henry W motion of B. Af Putnam, EMJ., Solicitor for the D..r'pd"nuVin"nwF..t:, .'r.and, his wife, Francis R. Sanchez late of Alachoa COUPI7. "

,'. 'X7J .b _sold on,the 3d,day,of Augns't,next, Bryan Jacob, Lawrence,.MrBoothe 'Complainants, Maria Foter.' formerly Maria Dewee, reside in and to all persona who may have any d-,
: -!, ,, JJ"'r the hours.of 10 pnd 2 .o'clock, at John'" "'' I fi.!:.. Armond' D 'It.'is ORDERED. That the said George' Kin.'- the State of AI'u'n11anct' beyond the jurisdiction demands whatsoever against, or interest it

p : ;!ebouseof Enoch, Danieli,. the, following. lot< or Blount, WmF'Lnw; HoriWm Jey do appear and,answer Complainants; Billwiibinsix of,this Cmin,' n motfon of-Gregory Yale, 'Esq., Estate, that unless' she same be exhihiteJar'

.t parcel of Land, containing .160 acres or as much, Burke. Young Murray; Jackson O" I months or,the; same will (be tnkon pnconfe Solicitor for the Complainant erted within the period of two years ((">.

: thereof} will tI'f1!: the tax due, for the year Burnet. Peggy McKendre, Lemuel L '.
F .' 1845.;including all'costs ,and. harg... Said lands Blunt Redden, Monney GeorgeBoardlejftkJ ; 'IT if.FURTHra OnncRRD. 'acopy bi and Maria Fa.stpriln appear and answer the C,.rnplainar.ts and demand again the Estate,'are .iq..J
; are situated on theWakasatss, ,.S.,W. 1.4 section, ? \ \ ,McDotvell.Jnhn i ,this Orderi; l be published in some'Newspaper printed Bill within four' month*, crib same present them to the*ind
,f: J 23 T. 12. R."16, and -said to belong to_ one Ed- Bnih CapV "*i;' ( 'McDnffie; John "' within the.f aid Circuit, once a week'consecutively trill bt taken as confessed ngnin them. JOHN- J. SANCHEZ
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raund Schrirar, a non-realdehr of this State.W. Bufh,>,Jamei ,Nelson, Mrs Tatiil1aConk for.tiv months. \ And it fnrlker Ordtrtd, That acopyof AJmi&"t'Newnanaville. .
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f-S : --.*I ANDREWS, SberiBV, Allen 5 Perry, William it 2 THOS. DOUGLAS,'Judge. this Order duly certiSed by the Clerk of this Court, E. F., Jsausrj. 2d, 1846.. _
: :O" I'will have the number cf the other lands J HART Clerk of salt! I Ia l in di.lsii '
4. Clspp Horace, M .3 Pendarvis.MlsaAdoline2, OSCAR Court hereby published some newspaper primed irithinaha. *rjt NotlC
: foOl the day ofssle;, ,February 6,. 1846._ 'CI."".John::3"" Putnam. JcibnCa'biIl.1HonE certify the above to he a _tnie copy !'fa Order. Eastern.Circuit of Florida., once a week consecutive NOTICE[ U hereby givenioer -'iI,,o$* ;' 'i

; S1C -a C 'Rn t"'a; Capt \Vu'2 made and entered in" said Entitled, cause, on the for four ..... distribution la. orks'! "
m..nthui.THO.
: J :I,., : .tTewu Lets for Sale. Covert,Capt WmY 2? ..Reid.Josephurry I .Ninth dn1nC March A. D. 1846.r ., ; DOUGLAS. Judge.I claims' or demand against or inteie.rfis,..

:I ,"-: : !.' ,Jdonday.. ItJiraf,'1846.TT1HC Moses .'I, ,Randal., Capt Samuel -*- TESTIMONY \VH.EREOF.Ihere OSCAR HART,Clfrk of said.Court hereby tale t..f Fleming, Bate*,jr.. r..t...( Alefbaatee. '

I 'I'. '- advertiser will sell the following (wo pints; CyHndeY, Mr"Suian Rendall;Capt Benj : ,. [L. S.I I unto'set my hand and affix the seal,o certify the above_ tnji. a true copy of an Order ..,that iinles the same are exhibited V1
$' 1 .l.Rqfrr .:actuated,fa the .town of Jacksonville !'D a.II. ,._Alfonl' J-4", Rice,R.D.2 rSauhdersi I-a. wid Court. made and entered" in said entitled cause on the 18th ted 'within two years from date, they viS lieu J

:' on the first Monday in JunnrtexU atpoblic! !Daxxy, Col F.I; : Mary'EH OSCAR. HART, Clerk.! lay of February A. D. 1846. ever,mo. Persons bayi claims tat *
; I a -uction In front of the Court House in that place,D n.JdJOn.VI.9' ,- ,Simmons,MicajahStiles ::March 13. 4m 'e-i"e-a IN TFSTIMONYVHfREOF: ihere.LS. against said Estate,.are requested III ,1

I { Plef NO- 1,,marked' -aslotvNo,6.1ni; |ock No,.II. Dsca1.! Hoi 'Vr ? ,,Knoch D .rl"m"p'or'the .
I office of the town lerk.f f Jacksonville; filed in the, :Elwpod. Dr.Jan., B", : SikH. ,' Daniel >:- County( Duval. ) bates for.said 'county.. T1- 'or. said. Court, yule, EMM Florida.who w ,m, aj.ney. Dt" -
I county S.td"rtJ.l.li on' 'the, ( i OSCAR HART CUrk. .,fm llie' transacti ofthe tau.info .
+- Ea ink. Mi.s C It' Stewart'Robt W 3 To ALL TOVHOX THISK_ _PRZSXXTS IUALL Cone, n >s
.' South WestcornetptNewnan" nnJAdam. streets,-.F.Ieming.'Fillis' '-! Straiknn, Clarlsftf 'GnkcTiito: February 20th, 1846.4m tar,. RKBECCA BATES, Ad.tlt"

I ; L"- being the lot whereon" Mr.' 'Wood's' Hotel now, j .GreveaEdwin3 ,. f Sptlaum,Jonhua5parkrhim WHEREAS, Isaad Bush; has; this' day, op- : Circuit 'Court.'EASTLRNCjRCUIT Newnannville.. E. F. Janus J6.h. JJ
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I .. .*&at'd bn fhe in'ab-oye'" referred' I Gitu' Allen 2 'J.., ;I "-, ,,Stephen "- p for Letters of Adminisiration, OF FLORIDA. ,Ad.laISCrater'- IVeW'SIX .

; ;,' Vwt-et'Nrt.-1.,on'block' No; 2.'.t'S.id'p1cjtr. on!: 'Giciar, Mill Eliza iJ' r, '.'f.' 'Tiittle) Hon: Lat'* ,' '.!J.J .AHand singular ibeGooHr Chatiels (Rights ./. CMaacrrjr;' months after dale,, 1 ball mult.art'G
''ie'tfortb.W }corner bf f Market and,Bay streets 'Groh+1enry' Tofand.; Edmund and,Credits, which were of Samuel I1b m.'.df- F. J. Judson Executor .John F."\ the Hon. Judge of ProbateA*
,: .Bergen Thomas, Col Jas D: ceased, at the time of of Nassau p
his
1 being lot whereon Mn. Maxey's death ,who died I intestate Brown n>ceased, forJnmsVlfet for Xelfra Dismissury, "
; ; Boarding: Garey, Kill'Vnn1J"1.Riebard W It| L creditor of of efdereasetl id'
4 'If'; ffotisenowttand,;: i if : n;; said deceased. These are, .,nl I Creditors., *,. Notice m George Htccuibnibam.. lale' M
I1HhI.'beTt '
a .a1y, WillIa.2iWbIteJohni therefore, to Cite and Admonish_ and ,snu1arihe Benjamin A. ruin m.AcrmlnJ r.'Credi.tor.- ,'and all having d.- ,
Both ploti.Will be sold, on tha :diy iiarhed; to i person
I'I rA*,Wjfe *t bidder. -bi1tfT'wltb all tenementstBd'afpOTteisancei J Q.oS; .}:' WeIJsRW'! 1 ; ; ., : 'Iii t'nrk( 'and creditors said'deceased: tnabew r tor'of I he estate_ of Ambrose Hull said estate are firTrby required IP "

:n-- ; '" \ H..II, ,A'VJlh.nu..TMmu" e.aiaetraftY'M1 hareor canhhve:againstWdopplicatjon : ,I: 'deceased.PURSUANT. properly attested for settlement t-
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: : 'thernaTb termiWill beJmie : ,' .\
\. : lltta ctor: to pijrcluurrs.: ,' 1: .Houston, John' 2 .Weaver,, Dr Adam'T ,,on_".or before the eleventh,day nr.ii to an_ order ,of the Hon. Thomas ': JOHN HIGGINBOTHA'F.b.2T,1846 .
:, ', > L' 1 Haddock lot LVnH, Phenons next,ensuing,.otherwise' Letters AdminUtration IT '
.: : >ii. !43kt t'1"' MARIA/DOGGETT. : Douglas, Judge of the Eastern Circuit, of .
: : : .t\1Sa.flf 'ADrirSit18CS.f' H I.'onC.l'rH.nrt Wll..m,Lemuel on lha'.Estateof, said:deceased, will be granted. to'uId.I.s Florida ,jn'the. above cause/bearing dale the' : '
' ..,'; > -'' -2 ts,(' ....4" ,. t-. ,. :.t. # "- :__ ) ._ .,. _, HoenVAlbert, r'i *"Wbmrtoni; Heary' .sdBisb. <, - rand day of March 1846.'the creilitors of Ambrose eo .N OTICE.-ALr. persons .f'riltlt;

;:; ::<" :';:', "- _. IVotlce.' Jones,John, *-: )'iWest/Mist.Pene]J pej' 'Witaets, Thy 'nama aa Judge aforesaid and ,Hull, ,deceased late of Fasi'Fhwids, (who died Spanish,hereby Grant lnrorm.dihar to we Frrna 0.,"of. ..
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; >--:/, ---A. .: v :. THE holders of Receipts: fMued'by'John(C.1 'JOM.o'n'C.rt; G- ,.A- ,"2', 'WiIJ.r Wood.!L Willian' 'I/j't, : f L..81 1 SfJ aJ.pr.! Court, at Jacksonville; State,and ,aoruetlme jn,the year 1831, ,) are,required to,come I "f'|anr| Manon county. R&wibi F... :
: 7'h.., Ute Johnson1JuA, ord. Sam I#?"- ,, r'cwntyaforfsaldj.thliaccond! in .-
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Receiver (St. dayof'Ap
*< at Anguuine, for *\ ..>> ot sndproveth.1rdebt. before the ,"buribfrontf >f the base antI raw e2l Ea .
i ", .'.ik *wltWa'tWs. Land'District and 'not.rifaTaffyenfered JNOi'.MVFONSj'P.'MJacksonville /' ( rU), A PJ ',t846; : ': .of the masters of 'thfs Court, at ht. office, fn Ke .1 allan, known bit llw Sranl-h'rl' I
wad returned *are'notified I ; April 3d, 1846. ,. : -.- ; WM..,F. Cfinrt House in I
:by Hm, ; I i / CRABTItEE4 the.city 'i' St. Augnitlne,mr O( mock, and about Mariosanjl.AlWetoapkle !
.if fretwfl.ibe i*** a at'this office for'ad)itmmsnt.' cT lt 8eedf; -. .., --i f I.t uJ J Wf ofjProbalor county Duval. bf'orelbe, ,20th day ,of',Juui ...1"0 in ir Hall's. hammock W., tb

-0' SAM RUSSELL,*. r;: fJlRESHMperiof Cuba'VueJta dAbi: ) )To ': '!'fl"IU4pI1.3d: ; 1846. g '.,6 ; .4 : I thereof, |hey.will! b. axdudcd fr draul' &I.1I persona from occupyng! or 1 (
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.JMM' IPA. 8n; Rer.J./ *?* '' 4> jbacco,5fedl9Tfal' ">ttbe'store'ofi sVfx ) : :; 01B:.' JPJ H JI G <,'t'- iak1de r' .: ree.. "-* ,.gsaidI: .; J.# '
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