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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: June 19, 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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tQr Ad rejvs menu not.roared witb |be numbeiflnwrticns : ; e 'T f1.ff-' Tlje;,extjngya:J with- *-. War\uith\ the.frornOen. Qherokeest-JW.* learn '1' 4pILQ4 rWEB.u OMETER.' the ,y IH*

required.wiUbe_ fOtninaedibu1. .. forbid- .- Mexico can constitute-j no reason for refusing .' lOtS .,of NatphUoches ,that- : Uobiogrnphy i ), .is xarely MbSWK .tit:$*&**?** a.notb-
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.and OJ"Five i doIlars5wiIl be cbargedYor.all. announceg to 'reduce the Tariff. We have an express had"arrived. at"Saiii, Atigus-' 'pYWdetl.1tpon. Kosseau's vanity..con cha'pteriof: Ruth JOtb .rerae1
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** .*, .* 't wel 'miliions of tine/and Sabine 1jVi ithorders fiom jngr-iSd ( "
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Not to Debtow .Creditors.1T.: /; io'dO Rjchard.CumberJandy : nerself.tp ihe ground, and said i unto Kim.why \ .
Application for Letters Administration .. ,<5, 00 sum,.we trustyill bring thecon-,; force:to repel the incursion of ihe Cherokees an?!?" Beiranyi? haye painted them? have .1' fouad>7gra& in th'ine;
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,JCf*All religious noticeswill. be inserted J.' 'grata i.to tests,to:a ,speedy and, success/ul.termination. ,upon the frontier, ,of T.exas, and selves" much too'. handsome, .Gibbon's thoashouldest, tak'e-notice ot !

oily.3CTA11: admissible! peraoDaIcpzunictizns* .S S : will ., Besides'h reductioh'of.dufies ana that companies were being j isedforthat C feature's- 'no* unlike, 'but the i tit- sceingIarn.a .tt. gen 7f' 'ietaiiJ me S
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bt eharg'd is .dy nl5f'menta. : I fairer+qualfzatidtV"'dfftth TarifF do not purpose as well asunder" the requtsitwn pde.it too:: stately;, No jman iaccbrdin.S ; the .book pointing ta t piatIeq J

a.a of bill the*work.for Job'Priming;jnust, bVpaU. *. xnr. tnfdelirwy necessarily /imply a' .?reduction ,of the of'Geh; Taylor. : J ,- ;VkSamuel}jJohnspB;sits,\down!*to'depreciate ; John: "Having! many thinga(.to pW nti _

{rjAU! communications must' be .addressed' [to revenue-. On ,the ,cqntrarytIie'reduction S Serious, apprehensions were 'entertained himself] ,r en, jby, }yriting a let I UntO your I 'would; hot write;'w\h'paper

GILt TT & HA.EIARP;1'O.tage'p. -i4. of. ,tip| 4H1. e=t'tha.tnre'nearJy:pro.hu1hdl ? I that Mexican. -emissaries 'had ter; how, then: ,.can.'weexpect any mann and ink; but' I trust tdcomertmW4lvitrand
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;=The c-("loingnngpibli.bc'd! in' 1e.I.. I.6f i xe ry must'increase, tVe revenue, i been among ,them,. d.that; hecbolo; JLigihtyrhfcnsef) jrnmortal typ]- ] :speak" face, (bc,(ace.l.lF! 'm the '.

\,,f paperi-beforj thf,.ir.crRt.* ,* n(. on:the Rio Th b"illpr6pbsedb! : -;Mr.Walker 1 Brings, I tribe were .inarrns.: agajnsi':he P nicd."States T e "Bac .\ors*Jhermpmeter was", h mau t ;1". .

Jraml.wllI !>,'"rna ur aim, .with ,i' mclnncholyinterr according to'the estimates, tenty4ourmilJionsofn 5'*" 7*. ,dentljr never, ihten.'ded'icT see., light.! .'l"j> ul : : ',' ".)' + t. .4bcLt : .
.l-n jot tribute to ih" gallant hrtUlerist 't revenue'jMo/of I theCher6kees thefeforerb..a : ;.
since rt' .
laoientfd J,1i.lpri-]. *. / . eom- So'theyears purchased may as/probably h. tftil'\lf ) \
V and: to-their -FIRE AWAYTHK /" A. ., mittee, nearly a million more,; which, land .in' TexasTcir' whieh they the'most sincere:self memoir that ever .'Veal rreserred 'vy rytar4..- :,

p &OSQ flit Of'RISGGOLt a':'ARTILLEUtST. ? .. *. together with the augmenting proceeds paid, $30,000 Jo, thehagent, ; fit> New was ..pennoh(9, -f : English' paper" say:s,, thata.cae; : / pfpre-

L The M.**imn handit .! ;'*' .1.t of the, sales of the public lands! yillyield York, Company, and.authprities!.:of .tis'3Qf-Looked, back through avista'often served'' meat. taken from :'the:wreck; of

HHVI t"nuc"d tfrmir >horp;. ., ', nn' abundant 'revenue. It is Disgraceful Texas YefuKcl to" allow them 'to,takeposaession ;Rememberedat tbar, ; the'Fury; which was, lost Tn,the.Frozen .. '

O>ir With>oil 1 our ben'dyipd cotin!rjrntVfgQir T t;4 .; ; S.; to the.country to suppose'that'the.contest of it." Smce'that: period.they ''twenty, I years...Iook duP9.f, ."man thirty Ocean,'in'Captam/Pa/ry' : st"XOy'ag !

Th' murd T.*r triii'mr i e .." with'Mexico'renders,improper have'always been in 'a:hostile attitude, as a middle. ,aged man/ wondered my about twenty years iihce: ; waa 'opened

\V", th re','for: dt'.' '' ;* S .' ttny; reductionof, duties.. The and esumption.was they would error," and .protracted,, the .middle i ) aged by 'a'gentleman' at firentwood, tyhfe'n('jt

Our triumph i i4 coming! "- present is not, a revenue Tariff.; and,in i take,advantage.of, the first .opportunity i to (orty.; Said to myself"Forty is the was' found to be as' fresh as'Ihc* alJi .
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rendered 'more' prohibitory. Let' no wrongs.. Bci\yls'n chief of the nation past Hife" and'wi shed myself; tVveh- excellent. 4 '
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firm hand :. '. Congress, together ty again; were> twenty a Great America*.:rctoryr-rThe neys-

Pour.our dIll'every like B .li:rni :>,.I: '. tq- support the. rights of our'country in an affair growing'' out of the same schola. I, would! be by thirty! but it;is ,boys in, State street. for a. .day.orT

On slit?''mlirlltr"u nnd. i abroad,. ffrpn\ any panic .anticipation. cause,,and .Maj. Kaufman, now.,a,member too late.now! Looked in the'ghissillytlil'iiit = past, have, been crying ,the .Mesica$ '

On lhr r Anaake. on thHr.efn\rr't-' '' I. that; if will arrest the' reduction' of'the of Congress, from Texas was wounded getting',rather. f t... Xoung 'news. in this;wise': -"GreaV. ,news. ,from.
Our hatieri plnj- Tariff. Far from it We must do bur in thVsame battle. fool i is fool indeed "
And ibem like chaff : ; -Jejfersonian.. i says, JA, at forty, a Mexico .700 Mexicans killed,andjonlyr
As we we.w..r'fire-firenwny* duty in both ways, boldly and unhesita f. i. Bra' forty, therefore, must be, the age.of.wisdom. one.5 American 5 ,.and.he, _aq-S irzvwan.5*'j'o,
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Ffre'nwny! tingly. Now is the: time to strikc'nt S DrpugandFarninein : : \

the Tariff system. The country demands -. zil.-A !letter, r.eceived.by a gentlemanin I I 34-. Measured for a new' 'coatTailor ;-- Ten1 ee.-It 'J is saidsO"great is'the1enthusiasm .
L i! the *mnki \\"rrallall uprising! Baltimore dated Aracaty Feb. the volunteers inlhe
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it. Justice requires it., The city, ,. proposed a new measure, hinted among
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'Vit The. :"1"" vI'1 r.uttHin. .S power is put into the hands of the, Republican 20, gives heart-rendin'g description' of r something' about bullr- 01d' measure, state'of ''1enriesseeV: :that_ the GbyerribV

S R.\.lirl .IpOlI'nir. S party to consummate this re- the sufFerings (of the inhabitants. too short; parchment shrinks:Shortened :has toresorttoadg'aftto- 'deermineWhshalistag "

T rn f1ulIPrtllheir hannprr. with, impatience of; ,portions. of Northern. Brazil;-' home. : j ,.-';' : t" '?i; It
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form. We are waiting great "my,morning ride to Hampsteadand n- .. 5 -.f,..
No orifl.-immi gay: I ,for the House to act the At Aracatyin consequence of the protracted Hi i and.wondered,\yhat i : L '
They lire wHverinji-f inking, r .. upon hga ,:. peqr', spinster of forty fdinte4.reccn.tJyon
So fire-fir. n\vay! v J.. Tariff question. How long will. it be drought .p ,trees .were vijher- pie could see'at Henden. Determined. being asked ,by a snr, 'cerwidp: er.to,

'L.-a'P awny, ", :i- .:: i before Congress proceeds to act, and to ing, and the people' were famishing' for not'to marry, means expensive, arid'du-, become. the. mother: of4is4ildren.1 /.
and leading want of food. The 'writer bald Heads"in' *-* *
n".r-lllp tlulllfl'r4 act decisively, upon this great bious. Counted eighteen ',cr
TJ Have< tii.d mi the jale- measure of the present 'scssion'1TT. "should,the:drought continue untit'May thP pit at ,the.opeJ 0.1.' So much the 'We have the following anecdote.jn a,

or."marllll..1 Mini vu"qlli"IIPIJlIuak vllloni. ., a, or June, we shall have few ersonsJeft .ter the"more the'merrier. > b.et-I western''paper, credited to:a1 \Vt *

linrk'lfi,' "'.U'. ; : ,: '10' ,1 S here. They have, already begun,;toEtock .36.) ,Several:grey hairs) whiskers; ter, Mass papers" '.'. *_ ', jk"1 '
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Ij 'hg the ( rri!fur n i inYHI..r tiniliiy.. 'CliapporaL-The Philadelphia U, $: to'Pernambj'ico, the apital; .and all.! owing4q, ,the ,defects in the 'manu'' "Hither! misther! what Aavtr 'you.
Shall m"'irn ; '
When Rin..tn1.l'fIt c llJmnunr r Gazette says, that the word Chappbral if opportunity offers', all, that remain facture of soap. Remember thinkingmy / 'done 7" said a Jittle.)shaver with pf6ttD-(

To fire-fin* nway! which occurs so repeatedly in the Tex. will immediately follow." Tho writer father an old man thirty-six.---' I'ding eye 'to' a P'greeny" \vho'ba'd3th

Fire nwny!' ian news, is a\term applied: a species was at Jco on the 9th ot Febraaryand he: Sqttled thefpoi.ntl. ;: Men.grow'old sooner i uinishedtyipg his, horse-Jo sprdcop ,

[fl4is1aiz DmJy Times. of ever green thicket ,composedof; the: 'there .saw. families: .who, ghorttime i: in formejC" days Laid blame. upon i 8,9 he thuuz1t!, on. Merrirnacl. :)stI'1o

SUi\Il\IER-Q QUARTERS GENER- musqpit bush matted. with vines.; It since, enjoyed abundance, egg fjrpm flapped Vests and tie wigs. I. .: "Done 1, sasa 4 tb r' "Y.i* 'wIiatd'yerne4ini

AL TA YLOR'S ARMY generally grows about, six or seven feet, door to door "Th( r appeared," .he_ remarks 40.; Slt ted'on'i.he! Serpentine:' n Jit.! I 'n3vn'r ''done notblinots'1' .

It is stated that 'Gen. Taylor designs ,high The:whole country;beteen'the* ; "more 'like 'sk l ltons than anything '. Very; foblishexercfses es; Joiiiy fit'forboys: know,on 1 ''That, yith you'-h ve thlrBothtbnm /

Neuces River and the Rid'Grande else Many: were* .dvithr. iti'bIneLsu&rwLtu&T 'b : .cl.5-- sS% 1 I. Iet :jo
to make his summer quarters in Monterey ,' : ; uany-fsuffu ,,tli; a i.,. $& "ipught hunting belt.1/ Braced maaeti jripb; .n .-
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which is about. lOS mtles'frutulilirf iiinrf.nr less coveredty.wjtl salt Jakes.J t1i1.happua3ipterspersed Thereisvery were, so numerous,. that the. ampunt;.of, : myself ud. till Tready to,burst., : Intes. leth" than S two 5- ... I1 5f.,-.if J ,
The HoustonTet"egraph.says \ t .,
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camp at Matamoros. T little fresh water; qr grass to be, mortality.could_not teestimated.'f:.:.Ar- tineaf'riojt* 'to 'be'trifledVith; ynutlookout.. ; { ; JI t

: 'had'iff 'portion of the whole inter-' ticles' of first( necessity'' Had iriseri to an.I Young men now-a-days mucli \4.ZareCloc1c.-The new.clock:c orf '#

, "The vally of MontereyHvas visited-Federal .mediate1 any distance/nieraging one ;hun- exorbitant' ''price. A quarter of l flour: too small in the. waist.Read:. in Morning -. Trinity church 'spire, at 'new '-r ork,

by many of our soldiers during the, dred and fifty miles wide. i ([half a bushel):could .not be obtained ; :'Post an advertisement" 'iPills to ,viis' exhibited 'bh':Friday. It'w'cigEs'

war ; and they'all describe it' ain : ,. -- ?or Jess than 24 millreas.br: $t2 ;,and.: prcve' n t 'c.9ip4lency.*' Bought'a.box.- 7000 pounds,Land,is :e.itJp1&ted.ao!eosit
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S "earthly paradise;; groves of oranges,' 'Many\ of the- papers contain glowingdescriptions'of Biscuits, weighing half], .an. ounce,/.sold 'Never:the slimmer, 'much'the dicker $q009.; :" hepe.n4ulani is.2Qfeeyojig fweighs'20Q

1" lemmons, figs, and pomegranates, surround "the Wealth tf the"'Mexican -' for."30reasor., one cent. and Jialf!. each. ,'&ther'on llio decline, but still handsome I ,iWi" 'andvibrat.es; .2 .timejij_ '
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N the city ; and the'vhoJe Churches.' The'alter of the Cathedral ,>f r -MMW- B W I B B WTelegraphical. and j.ntet .ing.; -Growingdisliketorthe in a minute.'' It is Jb.strike \ne Ilours

- which is irrigated by,iIntless rivulets\ .$ in the' city Mexico: which occur .Anecdote -The Superintendents : company of young men: AH 9? and:.q'uai'iers"and fun' 'eight none day 'WiU''YZ? '

'dt pure and wboleltomevateris: but ''a pies .thorite of the Idol temple of Montezuma of Telegraphs' loreja: jke.as. diem talk too much'or too little. Began winding f. .::) (

4. continuous garden, producing various is made of ,pure Silver, orna well 's any. The other evening, when !to call chambermaids. 'at inns "My 5- ?

I kinds of vegetables, and tropical fruitsin mented with gold, and surrpunded bya in Baltimore, the people were anxibtisjy dear." Thought money expendedon Howto' :Write for: JV'ewsp' pert.' "' -JxUl l

abundance. balustrade 'surmountedVith' images, I awaiting for news from the army, and Waterloo, bridge might have been Have something-to write about.J .

"The climate, however in summer; which are made of compound of gold;,I there being none 'tb7send, 'tfie'operator b tter. employed. "Listened. 'to ,a howl 2. Write; plain.dot--yoard's, ero8'

r': is rather too warm to be agreeable to silver and The balustrades is at the Washington line sent 00, letter from C pt. Querulous b family! expenses your,tV;point,your sentences.. *> rf..B

' persons from the,Northern' States;' 'but Ito.copper.fye worth.more.than. a million by.letter, wr:h -r-e-t\-r. .a grea'-t.ma- ,. price; of; ''bread and batchers 3. Begin with capitals.\ .... r' ,.. ,t
5'. short distance in the-elevntcd plains suppo M-x-i-CTa-n-s'Where there. was a; if.bre&d'was 4. Write short ; to the 'pointfatt
n there gold .not-carera-jot;
.. of do1ar! Beside ,are n-y meat Did,;. ; "*' 1 4i .4.
along ihe mountains, the climate, even and silver i ; d5 waifersj: candlesticks, full stop, and ,the, Baltimore operator a shilling'a roll, ,and,butcher's ,meat fifty 1 when you have done. :
' and salubrious vases7. | The Bashing- in 5. Write only on one sidep( the.l".
in midsummer, is as cool &c. '' r" SS made signs o prdceed, : pounds .a calf. Hugged myself ,I :. .

;,' as that of the Catskill'mountains- The of the .Church, in gold: ton'operatOr' did' so; arid ended.the'sentence siiiglebleiseaness,,'.rind wished him a S, 6. Read,it over,abridgeandcorjectirjj;

!: Even the northern fruits, such as" the' and BilvprJornamentfris property > !aluol'.at not with\the words j-n'-.-.M.e-v4-c-o.-l goodniorni.- ;. r ,. ; until you get'- ,it into. ,the*sJioiVest** *.t. :t pac i.u.

_ apple, pear; &c., are produced in 'abundance less :than. fifty millions l ,,of. dollars.. 'Thf,1fseilles journals state,that at 48.*.Quiteisettled} ; :to rememberMiss possible. Poiiage."t V :C'r'f: haft
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i ,that delightful region, they that in .case of .a'war' with Mexico, winter.An ., tcenraid'norceiiainly; look forty-eight. :convention in Ohio: it \VUS'resolett"l
late '
:the >
: : very :unwillingtoforsakeittand; ; : : .' swarms of privateers'would issue j from, : -, .1', 4491 ,Resolved peve'r'to: marty for anything :that a run be made uponacertaia'by : hl
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" glorious descriptions they :.will circulate licensetoprey ..edicthas' :been-.passed idn the ,'nnd rank,.
Havana. ,.under Mexican_ Q money:' presentation, ofitiflToe: specie,
..: throughout the Union.will, ere long,' I I uppn: .our commerce. This, howeyeris" walls of;:' o e:9Qn: uncng, ,she:modern; :59.Agei of-: wisdom;; ,Married,'. .ny and.accQrdtngly n a iiusterofitsr'are' was'made

t.. xcite a deslre:arriong'all classes. annex specially guarded': against by 'bur innovations of gaslight,. ,and ordering 1'cooki- Smith,Ct1 p i .## dlany, .J : 'by;the assembled cp'opssrv6S, T
it to the United States. The )tufpendouschain with of the'20th 'Oct. that all private gasworks should'be sup-. "j-- : discbYered.ihiit' tbe'.whel. :
it 'frenty''- Spain *,- -' v legsandiremarkably.narrowshoulders when 'it was ,
; -i long
dteJ is 'L felIowith.remarkable !
Sierm.:1tl : a :
of tho IX"
that'Treaty ,
; 17.9pj.asJ appears by::ext'actsjfrom'> pressed. with squad xcduld, raise just.thrt, -d4l.lFf lrrA .S
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but ,t f
, boundary.meet fori8 grcatflattOn f furnished ,the, Secretary of 'r- ; H j that weresaidjoj be cna- .
by. of
; Club ,andrernarkably and two .
; Shaksperian aretto; jp.ha boots i.r.aS
suitable The ;
the is-only : Royal : rejnarkabjyt.high! { :: *
insigoificant"RioBraT:to.define the limits of States br J .'Sttte.9.E.that. .".Collins. ,Esq The'Treaty'Qec1ares' spll'"a; endeavor 1to collect) funds forthe p'ur- : a lo\y crovn.to his,hatt are I, terfeit.'Important. 5- -- ----., q

. : i nnyf person Baking ; : chas ofh6'House af'S.t&rfo'rctbaAvbnin'which iop'theWhol -went yes'Crescent Lifer lrformaoA.h6author
Bounties.1 nished aipiriCe.4 marlsaole man ary '
> be '
commission shall p ; J : '
: I.., i :Shaksrfeare .was bbhf. tadF ( 'ib' rendezvous, ho..uVestlges Creatiotiy? '
l: GEkWoRTRA1D' .LT. .BLAKE., -.f :; '.H< :\-Y, :: s. x j. : : .-' 5- -r.1\\ i'*iU : 'P.5'4 i. : A i on and-: itchmff Ki :ej&glis':.nn4er.: bi is :1he'greal astonishment ddikbffl1t1f&3ortb&big

Eciact of Jetter from.Gen. Y91tbt ,'.'. t J f Jaw.nas ren.executed,at.Pl ,
1" Lynch reading'tho
't .: 1" -5 : U :- '; IP brow ?.commenced appea1 '! wigs of .8 ienc;';tun\seat.ir

i- I dat' ,,; .. ,. t I I )1 .. .:'., : < Outragu.-uTaking" the/Jaws inr is theijf)Prevails j cinnati, \poriin Englishman I.S. ,-f* e! "-who-'- used tQ ms-thatVer. plarde49UI : :be Robert.CharoberrnhegreatJ_ I .
18 1846.You .. hands as the old saying towards:,
NEW OHLBAKS May own somer'tnsultingf1 expressions !
of Edinbq gh.
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5 ) i 'corifesaerat
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In the village .. _. : 'ffre, Mr."says: PSThe .
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e.Cqiivention1
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dfVOta ember of 1 1warrnyphcrshea ..your corps.rny, Pebnai 111.-ananti-slavery, *im- 5' '' !, Mr CrplyitVUAUQ "jn eeI4Zlected
.n York Herald tb a' t\"nO\V'8..t. AYear.l <
mobbed the New ac't .8 (
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niarinef adds' poignancy,to bu'i;sorrows., addjpese. ,J man S OV' '' : L -.G the t.l tnaa5
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; < : : f ar pf being : added pointbgtq4the "
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apprehendea fromf &ot
by all accounts, li1i'ad especially* dstanguished -: : a femaiq was t i 1'ffere'h! soln 'Work Of"Tefl The Mtia
iit te kere lr anit'.1'd: throi1htihh1te ; theIr return to England e5r9.ll.c fame, ,
Jave t 8ervlce upon here Sis i .,
himself regrets would ? ,} : t Pr W'ffe*i I-
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. 1 ,i -.fH {1'NV: &;" : ,"t'..C.lLTtcnml.1Uii: conGrais ,,.-. -Those whom T--he had called! 1Xr frdHl- Mia doeof tile daY wasjrieBBp tetfeeeea* I- party eftfewBftefcwg ift! I-.- ,
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the Alabama at'the sidcraiioa'*fKiy trill i8rt die Terrietorjes. et ::6 tip i
impression heretofore' .prevalent,. son; },1MisaissiPPiseed : I 'iIiai .
Itfw'Gee.
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JACKSONVILLE JUNE ir; me.fD Tasler'a'"a .
II : that the harbors_ and, 'principal ,ports-Of' momeat,Gen. Taylor's requisition was .- r my i* e ca 2 cd ,s site ,C..ts ate, ,

'J the Cnlifornians J ..e been or are, immediately received at Nerr::Orleans, and who had] ;. June 4th. and tint 'the skiers ae JIet,1IT i.-.I.
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r to betaken'possession of by the organized, and'Jeft-their respective In Senate. )Ir. Cass' resolution of, to enter the towa. '

.Ht'i U. S. squadron.On States, .were recognised and received. inquiry into" the conduct of Gen.Gainesin i The Best i .tn.. eg sews isf&e i..:

twelve thousand volunteers der of a party ef fifieea Amen.a.qt'..:ir:
'ii The governor,of Missouri, was informed calling for
l i ll;-= the 28th ult.,the steamboat Queen rlocingtwo wD.eBaH.eltiLl.'tLl

-" Weare. .requested, lo state- that-- City, at Natchez, burst her connection ,by the Secretary of War that thePresident was called up, and finally ado p Feint,Isabel aad Corpus C.,... fcy

Ifti the exercises of .Mr. .S. W DOGGETT'S had the.call made ted. of Mexicans ,
i; pipe,.instantly killing 12 or.14 persons I recognised, party exeee&ag aeeldw
will be 'In the House. The' calender of private blooder smelt and of tbeprrri fear
Seminary, resumed on Monday, oa him, by Gen._ Gaines to the, extent
f fi 10 or 12 more were'so horribly scalded
cities of these It
the 29th last. mentioned in_ his letter, twit: "the claims was taken up. savage apeae
r that.1heY: could not 'survive. the night that a party of fifteen of when, )fr.
t J THE .RKUOX QUESTION, ABOUT troops which'may have left the State _of June 5th.
ia all ken of above..
following: Sixty persons were Rogers 'P oae, .feft
t| Through BKIfTG the politeness MKTTI.KD.'of Capt. PECK, scalded.... Missouri for New Orleans, the place of In Senate._ The bill providing for Corpus Christ! for Point Isabel e* ife

-" rendezvous before the, notice of your the adjustment of claims for French 2d or 3d inst. They arrived. at tke Little
of
F z I the steamer Wm. Gaston \\c yesterday Barker BnrneH, Cashier of:the ,..Man order changing their destination;"and ,. spoliations prior to 1800 was ngaiu taken I Colorado just previous to the butt tie of

: lie received from our Idn.fri" nd of ufacturers'and Mechanics Bnnk of Nantucket to.the governors of Mississippi i i and,Alabama up and after debate, passed to a the 8th ult., _where they were/arprise4

f Savannah "Georgian, :NewYork: Mass, 'has been held to bail, the Secretary of War wrote that third reading by a vote of 22 to 21.. by a company of Rancheros, aad bebg ,
t { Philadelphia, Charleston and'Savannah .i overpowered by numbers were is4ftee4
t charged with 'embezzling' the'snm of the call of Gen. Games,made on,'those lathe House. Mr. Andrew John by Mexican' promise to surrender
papers of late dates. We .the_ _following ,,-
.1 I* copy $130,000 from the 'Bank, and convert States "had been ,recognised by the son, of Tennessee, moved a suspension prisoners of war. No sooner had tfee e '

eztracta.from' a correspondenceof ing it to his own use.- President to the extent of the number of the rules, to enaMe him to introducea bloodthirsty dogs obtained 'posstMte*
"
the Charleston! Coarser, dated, of their than
arms they
furnished'arid sent to Texas"Hearing Resolution.. for an adjournment on the stripped ani
Gen. Wool arrived at Buffalo the
,
t WASHINGTON, June 13th, l&iC. on robbed their victim, bound them beyond .-
2d,inst. and left in 'the boat for the ; that'Gen. Gaines was still 20th July next. Refused_ Yeas SIr,
the of
I r The happy result of the lon threatening power resistance aud baring
p Oregon question,is the subject of West the .same_ evening, to proceed busy in,organizing and ,accepting volunteers lions 73-not having two-thirds in the ravished the woraca before tteir"

general congratulation among all parties. with all despatch to, Columbus, Ohio, appointing sundry staff officers affirmative. faces, cut all their throats, one iesd)

t. Y x It will gratify the whole world. and thence to Kentucky Tennessee, employing arlizan?, &C., the Secretary June 8th. P performing the horrible butchery. BI

"The Senate, last evening agreed to wrote to him as follows: "This In Senate. The question of adjournment gers saw his father and brother butt) .
with view forward and ta
advise the President: to accept the terms to urging ercd before him in this terrible manner
y t proposed by the British Government. king charge of the levies in the States. call"'(alluding a a"call on the governor : ,was again called up, and further : before his own turn came,and his own

i ''The injunction of ecresy has not t of Kentucky: by Gen. Gaines,) "as ., postponed. The object of postponement : escaped was owing to the fact that
Cadtourno who
been removed. The Senators will not Lieutenant was you must be aware,' has been made by is to wait for an answer from the : white the wound upon his throat was

I state the piecis terms of the- proposition among the officers slain in our late encounter you without the sanction ,of law, and ns Secretary of. the Treasury to the call of not fatal] he had the presence of mind tofeign

but, I have,reason to believe] that 'with the Mexicans, was 'a descendant similar calls have been made' the Senate, for information relative, to : himself dead, and was according.
to ,
the statement I have heretofore given, of the gallant,General 'Lincoln appear ly, with all the balance, thrown into tile
the of the Mexican
other,States without author expense conducting
by on .
is correct in substance. ;you Colorado where he managed to escape
of the of the Revolution.
. ? The final rote on the proposition was army. ity from the President or, this department war, and the means of raising requisite unseen, and swam to the other site of

t as follows, according to the general be- The Union and Planter's' Banks of and which are calculated to embarrass I funds. Another reason is to see what the river. Thence he subsequently

bet to witYusIessrE House will take the Tariff made his to the Rio Grande, was
; : J- Nashville Tennessee have rendered' the "are here- action the on way
to government you .
,r Archer, Ashley, BagBy nkcn prisoner, sent to the! hospital at
Benton, Berrien, Calhoun, Chal the Governor a loan of .100,030 each, by directed to discontinue your independent \ question.The i\Mntamoros an+\ after the battle, ex-

mers, Thos. CIStonJohn M. Clayton, should he need i it, to equip or forward action in these matter, and to. Sub-Treasury bill was reportedwith changed.! It is stated that"a letter was

Co'quitt, Davis, Dayton, Dix, Evans, volunteers. confine yourself to carrying out the or- amendments. One amendment written from Corpus Christi two days!

t. Green, Hnywood, Houston, Hunting- ders and views of the President, so far postpones the specie clause till Januarynext before the departure of this company,

ton, Johnson of Maryland, Johnson of There are 16 daily newspapers pub be communicated and another establishes the Warehousing given information to the Mexicans of !J
T as they to
' Louisiana, Lewis; ,. McDuffie Mnngum lished in Cincinnati, eleven of whichare may you System. their march, and of the amount of their
#4r Miller Morcbead Niles Pearce Pen- from this department. You will forth- money. It was not, we learn, without
,
in English and four in German Jan- i
The French Bill
spoliation passed by
with revoke calls have much reluctance and threats froman
nybacker, Phelps, Rusk, Sevier, Sim- any you may some
guage. Seventeen weeklies,. unconnected a vote of 27 to 23. Amerircri oScer that the Mexican i
t mons, SP eight, 'Tame}, Upham, Webster made on States for volunteers or mil'itint i
Woodbridge, Yulee-38.NATS with daily issues ; two semimonthlies beyond the number already sent into June 9th. officers consented to exchange Mr. Ro- :

-Messrs. Allen, Athcrton, and twelve monthlies.A 'I exn3, or to General Taylor under' In Senate. Mr. Turncy, submitteda o.rers.
: Breeze, Cameron, Cass, Dickinson, resolution Committee
t Fairfield;Hannegan, Jarnagin, Jennes, very rich gold mind has been dis- these calls." directing LATER FROM VERA CRUZ AND

Semple, Sturgeon-12. covered near Charlotte, in North Caro In a subsequent letter he was again Military Affairs to consider the expediency THE PACIFIC.The .

ABSE.--r-Messrs. Barrow, Bright, lina. The mine is the property of one written tons follows. Your action in i, of exempting by law the persons United States steamer.Vissitsippi -

r Corwin Crittenden. for volunteers independent ,: and property volunteers from seizure Captain Fiizbue, arrived at Pens-
. Mr. C. Moss calling or receiving
tr Nor,VOTING--Atchison_ Wcstcott-n." of the instuction* of thia department ', for debt during the period of their ser cola! on the 4th inst., having sailed!
from Yera Crrz the 31st
.1 on ult.
THE CBOPS.-Never was there better The'British government have ship- .nnd the t'ice-lies over one day. I
beyond requisitions The .!i Jiuupi brought us p ssea-:
or more promising crops In any oun4 ped 38,000 percussion muskets for<< the of General Taylor, is wholly unauthorized : In the House. The Select Commit gers Dr. Wood of the U. :>.Navy, bearer a;

a try- n ,than in Florida the present year. use of the Canada militia., The Mon ;and illegal;; 'end you are again instructed I tee to investigate the. charges against of dcsparches from Coairr.odore- 1

treal that,the Burnhopeside I Mr. Webster made Mr. Ingersolt commanding our n;val forces in the ,I i
"We daily learn from every quarter, that papers say' not only to stay nil such 'pro.4ry >> by r
from.-I.spni1fm CTpj.et< d. khnrlltr- --_.- -.-""- "--."' S IUU5- .... _.&..:-_Y.rr S.' P.eSG.jJ.JPer t, K.q., U. S. Consulat i
tpasail
f a un an an'a Jj clghTea"uo SiOJ tnirty-two pounders Maz ulan F 31. Dtainonii U. 1
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you have.. made and act no further To the 1st and 2nd charges the com 4
Vegetables are in a flourishing condi- shot, shell and powder, for that colo upon S. Consul at \ c:.i C rut, a;J seven other I
:
the subject without authority mittee reported that Mr. Webster Lad
; special Auierfc; ;-n> froci iexijo.
tion. Mutton Corn has been in I
61. our ny.
/ first had,from this. department." !' disbursed the secret service fund him- Mr. Parrot is only about twenty days:

;t market for a month past. Water Mel- Joseph M. Field, editor of the St.Louis "Since writing the above, it is understood self, at the suggestion of President Ty- from Mazitlan-loth he DDd Dr. Wood*,

4, : pus are ,also in, our market. The Sea. Reveille, had received the prize of that staff"appointments, suchas ler. That in the time of Washington were allowed! to !pass through 5Iexko ,"

\ j f. IdLaod Cotton planters, are boasting of offered f Dan Marble ccl'cbrated without molestation.Arista's .
the
6500
dy paymasters, quartermasters, inspectors and Jefferson, it was ,the usage for the official
account of the battle
' 1 ;. 1arge..a' promising" crops., Where is representative'of Yankee char. &c., have been conferred by you Secretary, of State to disburse this fund. of the 8th and 9th, reached the city ofMexirdon ..

i the farmer abroad who wishes to be acters, for the best comedy suited to on citizens. Such appointments ate altogether ] Also, that there was no foundation for the ISh ult. The ncwspa-v

::, i rewarded- for bis- industry and energy 1 his line of acting. There were, sixteen' illegal and will not be-confirmed the charge! that Mr. Webster had corrupted pers merely! unnonncei the occurrence

Where is the farmer abroad who of the cn_ and that the Mex..,,
wants plays offered. for his prize, .thirteen different or recognised" the pa ty presses. ngemenu I
I ; lo enjoy health and the benefits ands States of the Union. 3d. Mr. Ixigcrsoll charged that Mr. icans- fought- bra v sag- ; but the people be' I

!luxuries.of life_f 'To such, and we pre ,CKflf., 'GAINBS.- -- Nerve FHOJI WASIliNGTO.T.: I I Webster was a defaulter to the public the coming: government clamorous o gan for tloallr the particulars published,

t sume-there many +uc sny, come to By reference_ to 'the- Congressional June 2d, 1846. funds. the details: on the 25th. Great excite '
i Florida .come at thiow aside In Senate. Mr. Lewis from the ment prevailed in the
r 4, once, your news, it.\viJl be seen that the Senate on The report states that when Mr. city-drums were ibcatia
and useless lands and leave Committee Finance submitted : forjroluLteens and cries were-*
on ,
poor your a resolution Webster Left the State Department
,
resolution
the 5th'inst. adopted of inquiry heard of tdib! to the Americans.
' sickly homes. ) 'calling on the.President to say, there was an balance due to :
into the conduct of Gen. Gaines. Apparent All Americans had left Yera Crux

t1 YTSGIIIIA ELEcnox.Pull! return- of The Union of the same date is exceedingly how much money will_probably be.needed the fund by him of X2,290, which he I except two or thiee, who have retired,

' c the. late election give"Democrats, and severe on that distinguished offi (prosecuting the war.with Mexicoto alledged had been expended in the pub I into tlhft interior, their affairs not permitting -

60 'Whins- to the- House of Delegates, cer. It charges:that he was last'sum a speedy termination And whetherthe lic service, but for which the vouchers Mr. Diamond them to leave the co8n t1.-:i

E and 20 Democrats to 12 Whigs in the mer informed, that Gen. Taylor was authorized amount may be best obtained by a could not be found.. In Nov. 1S44, he up and forwarded, previous to the to Mexican leaving,arew Government ,

.Senate. There is resort to a loan, or treasury: notes, or produced a voucher .for.$200 and
I as
I; consequently a majority by the) ,President to call from ,a remonstrance a aisst.the order -

i 'of 22 oh joint ballot, in favor of the States 'of 'Texas. Alabama, Louisiana ; direet taxation or whether any 'and .: the disbusing agent was anxious for the requiring our citizens to leave
what alteration in the tariff will be likely be settled he within eight' withdraw th '
-the Democrats., Mississippi Tennessee and Kentucky account to paid over the days or jaw *
t to secure the desired eudl The ics* $2,090, ,with, the, understanding that if interior. The sixteenth article or the .
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TEw". Yoiix. STATE COXYEXTIOX.The .- any'' auxiliary force he might olution treaty between the United States and
was adopted.
$ J' : the, vouchers were found the amount .
.State,Convention; fof amending the..eembledat. ,deem necessary; after' it was explicitly the Mexico, provides that ia case of war,the
On motion of Mr. Houston Joint
be refunded him.
should to In February -
citizens
'. stated to him that, ,the government did of each country living oatltt:'
oa'stiUrti.. New York, a'
r T conceive that there could be there.. Resolution) giving a vote of thanks to lS4ucb r for $1050, werefoun seaboard,shall be entitled tats 2 moctlrt:t
not
Alba;);:. !n -the 1st_ I ,st. John roc Yt after "'occasion send into' .Texas Gen Taylor) 'and troops" was referred. ,'.and that amount,was:,refunded to and those residing: ia the interior to
E ci f w'elected President.MEMBERS any ,to twelvemonths "
; The Oregon Jurisdiction bill notice to arethecoiHh "
,
t 'tulletst* f jf Gen. 'Ta kris was him, leaving,$1,040 which he .con tended -
t OP CONGRESS ITf'-E FIELD.eBabcts i State*, troops,,. -* *f "s on? -1 *\ / ,' then taken Mr. Webster: was -
I :up opposed bad been expended in the try.CaPt.
public ... '
..after being in' explicit, commander
notifications very Gregory, now ,1
)
.of Abe House have ,
all instructions of
now to the Committee
Fct.m
service but for which vouchers the -
: were blockading force bad
geaget.told that Gen. :Taylor's:com- restored :
Jan .
r F i -gooe> :homo.1*,raise: Rcgimeots; for' the ,manti_ttvis entirely! :Jndcpeatknt of him; -, "he'was one. .:of" ,.'ihc's, (..persons "'to,. not to:be found.. two Mexican vessels which had i:

-irar, yi%: Baker,'of UL, Price,. of, !fo. ., ''orders :and, instructions; that favor- "the'* establishment* -f-c .* ofa, Territorial1 ** ***. i ? ; captured otrV era'CrQz,. 'y the aq uad,..
that '
Reid, of NATTACK .,C.,.'!1r.e1l ffAt) t Government in Oregon, until he:knew.,, [Correspondence'of tli'e,N.'O.L&TER Pi;"U11f".1. He addressed letter ls General Sit-
1 conduct, would._ emanate !rorjl'Jbe' FROM S' vo. of Vera : '
general's:, TEX tJRDER Craz saving thai he
11; 'ox, VEEA Caur.: The. :Washingt ..- what were",the limits. pf'pur,.territory I
-, 'government here- ,, and..that he.(Geo-, OF 'FOURTEEN AMERICANS BY released the vessels coils oliderat ...,
, x i tt spondeDtt the Charleston* Fri there. it : THE'MEXICANS: the faci that the Mexican authorities
edo.tl -
\sral Gaines).was Jree rain_,ft:.vm. .. ..-.- ;
'f Courier. ; writes' that there_ is no doubt. 'dlfrttrftrwe: 'utth him tAsinfounatioh ,sOotas, The.Bill was referred" .to.:ilie 'Com- 'The' st.t einsbip.'New York arrived. permitted> two Americaa vessels te fo\
;
.thit-preparafions are making'for an. ns- 'reach ed: Washington'JthatOenerid i milLee. on'the Judiciary., -' *--.U tiJbne3d. k i yesterday about 'o'clock. in '30 .hours Part'nnmolea led sabseqaent to:the ae" !
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t .sa.....JDD. ;.the..Castle of. St. Juan: de. ,U1 'Gaines' was exercising .the : i ;' ,;fromm ,Gal esto n.th .., The only \news. from, Lice of blockade .,t
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'' ; : ( rmysh ".ribs we find in Calves- .. .
Ioc'-" -Tbe.brig ship .Peol\.ylv.noia nd"1" troops'other than those_ IB.Senate.', ,: : A-- resolution- was;.J submitted -, d-
t 1l4 'poiuerto cnllfoir ; < top'papers! communicated, :by the sloop, PEACEFUL SENTIMENTS, : .'tit
Cass for information :
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two'seventy.fbur.Arcto join :Cx>mmo- requisition.General: by Mr., calling' Tom Jack,. 'CapLParker which arrived .IQ the
r embraced y in the i ,. lOarae. .cif. the discuswea_ of_,tk%>
lore Co aer'. .Squadron for ,that relative to the 'cbndact 'oft ,Gen.Griy6g ,Thursday: from.Corpus CSris! Cora ,Bib i H
pnrCommodore : the
Taylor,.Wivas:44rected: .i ,IP <<;9 ODMI& ; : .-s . 'CQOri or,: gut his oifii ,- ,He-rmmed,the jn, issuing orders.'i' ": or raisinga, ti: She left,,Aransas Pass"on the 25thult. Lord John Jlasscll thus. i expressed
"
-eialcJespatC frreporte i' he.castle to be, ,proceedings' ; ;* ;tri :,govhai 'his' volunteer j> force''of.r 111,000- me.al1.. f After, at, :which; :place' ahe'steamslii P.- :S a. .eJC.I a.,vela trofl ,to the:UBUed_ Steooking ; 11
o ljih r \ dint'isabelL &
upon had justarrived from: Oa, '
croprs
i_ enedlea,1 _{iateef;8efe pee :,gentleCoJCKEcncur : .of Rio l ing! some conversation the resolution was; board the Seawereltlilt leister ateae&Ctke gwaie Aar 4taea
.calls,.to ea 'J [ ( rap- oC tke glofe, IH",to 1
.'-1Whe.is1te4' 'it iJst''wiRier=riieit I el ., laid ori* the table''till- toext'oaylThe posed uo ay"ICInkdled.in.C apt, Via!- .there are ,of J'
t r.wa'.a 4d qd'. (1 a;F. : rblintelfs ** J 5 '1 symptoRw JettirlH!<< '4

t \Y1rJ.;.J'I .,...,,/ rtOt- Ab' -nt-, x, 'I-escalade.' "' ". !, 1J; .!l7.( 5-f";".'; ;.. t n bill' making t therannual_ 'appropriations! / kerfs! : .scouting party- ,Lieut.Hjusphreys, Jl1p, of,>.|nitya4 need,,i v ill._ jlt l
ALL'BIGHT.. The re ort; E4 i H;:WA9'QjMn9ra: !r*" ::: 1i (or;:.the'J qst,5p ce,,frepwjraeni t.;was jar .and,Mr.: ,npge, _. McCleister. was'severely read ,,the ppchesof Webster, C ft

aroviDo/Jlhf' course1d t' ,s' ., ."" 't ,"It'a'y..o jlS G.1'.. Jv,r ken;up< and several lameadmeBtS; ers, Grounded'- }and, supposed W by thebfextcana .and ,otbenr"II&rpt' althei idle meta. .
s4 rewlatiws 4 : '; t .SSA:,It being! aaanderstootlI;: |MajorGeaeml oft red and iliscussed'nt1the 1. ft 't.1"j1JJor; ,to bejaeao' He, was subsequently wafted free thf" :et 0r sick of M, If

at ... '..,f l"d'0 p ..,I r8. ,l I.relative.. ...,. :' Gaines:has.made_ ,*call on your 1- found in the;chaparral t,and taken kntie. I ,tmrt bit r Maje t '.. G !s"i'i
: 1 flanifij _T!he3 .upp.1 met t"I to Mataraorbs, where he-was well = will t 'able family the
t JtIii+ ..tiiitlt..Keiie! t gene:p..ed-i 'excillenic .;foe}vvltratcetsata!,.ea4qvoJat.F : *: V' .11>> f meet to Ix 1

t"'J" H..." __ reatetntattt, eac".o k !tbelt1'li -, r 1J.; p; isii1aRl,iJav :to,1ALQ -, wiltBY-- ..:..}... .!; .."")), '! tlOdt ,{t,.. treatA&,J afid recovered.,. 'from his W ou nda.hC .,. Us which iiv 4e- the dot fJ e(b'K'
'' foMyem -'"that: .sbtt w. :' | without this bill the President is author-, ;T.: ..&QRd 'I'.ea.IJML removed Ma>siy,1' .tko e of belT trial. Sites_
!' (''H f:' U". l it1 f.'the ltrivey. .;: the aathonf.y-oC-t..Preai: ..aft and< that iced' m'aJdUlorf- :- 'o'trt l#t. ta a'p- aQ1"l'. i.#i' lfiatJeri. 1 St,,JHe'... "'laW'' t, t- 4 r t rtast..the krest ,cqarwbkk eratton: .or "' 4

", .:!!aJ .' J8J).r :'rl1'rJ.i, A.ltr.f;, llii1t -;. J' h1'thtl/dej! be. 6t1t.trH.e1V ; t "JDi& & -Major I >if.4: Genemlland: 'four:Bng' ,: we ''all.doi!<<..w4prt3 .n. ", shall, settle, that ..." .';*'11-;
;r""" 1W t.' 1 pwi<<. :fot; ( J;ev 1 1\ tttner' :, tl'Jlrelreue.ted : ; "d'i110"ut : r. ut t ,4 /'fe .ijt5 imj3inrn ''otoar' drigooBs,>as; preiQBily J :JMH the,."elude! e S, addition. !q1tP.ttPfE I stated: bad pursued. 'the : adeoameaweahfc .:r
Cosec3iaad t.S*e Js !lt.'J d: to tako 1) ')jj t.fN _,TYi i ie E retreat between 'w' __ : .4)
witb her county with tb, pall 1 J.," military}) establishment.. The resj;! .Mexicans from Matampro*, overtaking tr. 'free N

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0:," other if jou.wi1Vto! you ; corps wasbronghtiatp ,reported that twenty gianers '
rlcb &nd action it would acquit.itself "vithl i. two ', and 'fluifrut'a.1iaifii.. .., terV.S.
actioa. more m95Lperr sergeants 'two corporals, two' Whh;. .Ii,'. '$ '
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Sririsfciatbe neutral._ or to themselves and country They bombardiers, under 'the. ,command 'of l.,. rerlinj mid she ,;,.
for preeminence; tuimg, :hare'done, it! They will always do it Capt.Blackwoodare to.'.b. despatchedby Tbn-. hieldod It from ; aew a '. .
rid respective branches OC pr- the "talk" is here that General Ar the British Government in their In '*eet rrpoa*'at --" ,. ..

in that we may .clothe -B: ista will shortly receive reinforcements, ,war steamer, the Terrible} Oregon, They aeera'd lust Imrn ;, .r'.1 '
ion but hoping that,there nevinlbe will rally and give us another turn'; .cary ii&t month; :the 'vessel to take an KarhmW.joy,wit .,F k'. "hM '

e7 reed I 91'occasion to cross the,baypof I'that those reinforcements were within adequate pply of'guns.and' 'stores;and Ami That knew rJowUtboJAjra other ; M.. ,.' .. 'r--- toiL ....,'
Britain and America on any i 18 days' march of Matamoros, 'at the I 3,000 'excavators. are to. be sent to the Than tho tn no IK*and ,P.&a4 MilINr-.tt 1'- .

. 11 field whatever (Loud cheers.) .! time of the battle. My opinion is,.that same destination with all possible speed. To know eaeb 8' .'..
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jy with this wish that such may, be if he does receive these reinforcements, This force and_tbesejinen'are professedly But .. &8ssaaij3s :.:.j:1 .

Sir, lade or this bill to vhich.l trust they will be dejected at his' defeat, sent to ,the Hudson Buy Company's And anon rnllM tU in* ano purer fcwe* _.)" aae.L >' J

epre Hoase of Par1iameIt, should that they can have no unity of action, territory, .but it, would bo .useless to Tbe |iearly,d rop of John 1rI.cH.a .: "
e 0ther majority here,. willS their councils will be divided-"a house .shut our'eyes to'the fact, 'that 'the bare ,Wji re.fre*from sI*

.* by a great I shall" !' give"' hear.e divided against itself cannot stand" .announcement of' such an' expedition :It The live* and in thr- ,' J _

'lorttothe motion for a thirdding. and that no force can' be raised in Mexico -- ;while:the, territory in, question forms brighlrtt. Iap1Ciij. '

Great cheering.) foi the next sixmontb's.tocope'vithus :the subject, :of negotiation between.the :No more. the,'lilt '! I. ,.. ...t..1..J.'.

Towards. (the close or his speech on in the valley of the Rio Grande. .two'Governments, is'calculated to pro- Btitdrpnptjtgiadjyj BeneAih the &l ar I '>.! : : ._. :Ph Ii'""". ".. ,-

question, the .same evening, And, furs now is the time-while the duce no small excitement in America And cnTccful I tend 1.a :! ".. ,-

the corn Peel, determined nOt to be "big scare" is on them, while the"white. _among ,the.parties who. have'been .81ri. >WliH'!,a.:-I, *erm' : ; yWv'., i'4it. t.
Sit Robert by tbe,1eader of00shion1 spot is on the tip of their:nose," to push ,ving zealously ,to fan the sm ulder. :Tq breath h.. Be-eei. <

outdone in spoke politeness as follows: the war into Africa ; seize Monterey, ing embers .into a blaze. JaWD.nll.m-\ ,._17/1, j_.af, : L W J3st i ., :

noble lord (J. Russell) says he seize Tampico and Humber") into the .Important-Peace- II., 6A.' r.; "d. : *
'fhe the discussions which have walls'of Vera Cruz. Let our General Pay' ,bfthe'Volunteer-A cbrresponOeht .- -It has been anp.1-- will-Le- tJM

hopes that the maintenance of nmi 3b1ere1tioM net with vigor and energy, and' 'the .revolutionary of.the Norfolk Beacon mates an mors of disturbances ,i. may nthrrrrfli

threatened the United States will bekoDhlto spirit of the people of Mexico estimate of tbe probable expenses of the ths borders '. Ob ntrr. vjt -
with close. Sir :I will do the rest.Correspondent 'war, from which we glean the follow on : 1 ''' "r %Axnruhnr J** .
a fortunate prove very f 23 di Vr'nl ,hei aa4 t
I appeal to the course whichagainst of the New-Orleans Be,. ing stat ment'of the pay received by pending. We are (x.ri i.. kind*)AM*. .
ca, so!obloquy, CAMP OPPOSITE l\r rAl10nOSlAY 28, '46. each officer and man in ;the; service ; deputation from \r?. uml S".d.-Haj
.
intimations .10 o'clock, A.,'\!. Major General $376 per month ; Aid .I.AlIM'riean ScJ '
mctnlcons.rucuonsomc now' in New .
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C
rn SbrIJ.n.'c.a
abandoning the honor of1i5 Gentlemen:-From the date of this to 'do.. $38 ad.;pay ; Bricradier. General' French Uwf
Washington Grffl
that country ire were-I think 1 can appeal toiLe you will perceive that, we arc again on $246 ; Aid'fo do. $28' fad. pay fa Colonel with the United'to'ratify, ,..Cm'OS Y.'k., ,'

experience of this Govern- American ground, though ,within' nstone's Infantry$166 per month ; Lieu- delegates is 41-' -all Qs.'S.w. Qint, r-.
rst de- throw of bank. tenant do. $]45 ; Major $129. Captain -'e
the
thait has been our earnest ,enemy's the' Camahches
ft1. CoKrfii Pibt
cent,by .cry effort! consistent withiiatbnal Our stay on the Matannfos" of the $80' 1st Lieutenant $70 ; 2d do. 'Waco,""V itch t a'.'r ,' \Vh.w.' LIuseu'd and ..

itt N'or, to maintain friendly rela- Ri, Grande was brief-too brief to satisfy ,$65 r Adjutant $83; Sergeant $13; dor-rol, Cacldo, .Lon-i ",v.ipihr,,Window. .'. S
xvidi on the face of the curious portion of our troops in Corporal $10 ; Privates $8. Ponamhow t .
tbas every country edc7'and .., .
A Colonel of Cavalry $183 rr.ren..lrn Cvpc
This principle, so long as the perambulations through the captur. per The J ; .
the obe. Tropic says:_ : 'artf1 rrofiTING
.e are' intrusted with the management e I city. But I suppose it's all right; as 'month ; Lieutenant' do. $162 ; Major$14'lCaptain The treaties ,with' \VriiInClNK, .

nSairs, will continue to influence the policy of our Commander is to annoy $106ht Ucutenant2d ,$ Qj made by Col.' Lewis d e T'*.U;QAEDJN .1
of public
in to the settlement of the inhabitants of the place as'little do. $90 ; Adjutant $100; Privates Judge Butler of S. >. any 'fo' be touIbd1: -
us respect (self and horse,) $20. r and promptatleorfV., ) .! .
with the however allowed
possible.Ve
unfortunate differences as are, tions taken 4
oar United Stntc (Cheers.) to cross the river occasionally small The cost of 50,000 'V Volunteers of dJre both ,with 5 are the' ,, 184C.. 1T- '*_

This, (says the European Times) squads, and to remain for a portion of proportion Infantry' and Cavalry fort'eh.cmontbs : treaties ratified, :'

ten in connexion with the resolution the day. When 1 say we, I mean the would 13230450. "men of the,wilds," ,\ ., :., '.

of the Senate, give us every reason to volunteer Regiments, for the greater The Washington correspondent of our-country, and the IUr.. *MiLITIA* Oricc*. *.'.., .' ..
that are at the end of our part of the regulars, with the rangers habitants which _. ,
beliere we the Baltimore American,writing on the ; on J', Ma; 2G.ll.f6 d
differences, and that a short time only and dragoons,ere on the other side,-dividing 8th, has the following: at present,very ob 1N'f'D l made. b, ibj' ,
before the possibility of a the troops on the two sides. A at least n she! Governor of FU *r-
can elapse Rumored Settlement of the OregonQuu.tion.I present
misunderstanding between England and company of regular troops are encamped hear im important rumor whom will be to lio"rmpIojeJ r*, to cootia in UVi ofc ,

America will be removed.It en the public sqnie to preserve order, which is in circulation Senators the absence of their: puUUt nutica llierwcf lax;.
is rumored that Sir Robert Peel as is also, a company of Mexican' citizens nnd others to the effect among that the British "for all time." l prnple *t till Staled,
life when whom the General has induced to ,( that a public. .
intends to retire from public Minister and Secretary ,of State have ,'
Ms favorite measure are safely! through organize to keep their own.citizens un Jl Good ; upon F'orilla.W .
come to an agreement upon the Oregon ; ulitm 4berchiuns. .
Parliament. He is now near his six- der proper restrictions. question. It .was' even said that: the New Orleans : :T, voluntrera.-

tieth year, and may well desire repose. 4 o'clock, P. M.I basis of on ngreement,113s been signed. that Gen.,Jaclrson's '.>f the G'fYC'raftWat

There does not appear to be anythingof ceased writing this morning, because Th c\rumor is probably true. In, battle of New ,be actual hmiililira'.-
part l rd Siatrs aa4 Mex, ,
The insurrection I had nothing to write about, but to.Gen.-Taylor. Jil
interest from Spain. .
confirmation of it Secretary of State !iv. nf ih 'ir'iiamediaiW*
in Galicia, as already reported, has by inpliments and crossed the river in has been very busily employed since it in his: will, to the bring mattered into .
been suppressed and numbers shot. search of ne'fhc first place I wentto next distinguish .h ] .' Each fowpaoy
the arrival' of the steamer, and. Mr.,Pa- '
A railway is ordered to be made wasValkcr's head quarters, a place ic deeds. '" r."Lif"tnrnaltl.r *
kenham has been equally busy.. Cor .'o Ma.iciaa.. attdfiz?.
from Madrid to the frontier of France.. where all the news respecting the enemyis .,
respondence has passed between these India Rubber will be reerirrd under*
The arrival of provisions in the American to be (pundY nUter, with the grea. .functionaries. Messrs. .W, Rider | who i il in jeart

vessels continues to be much no ter part of his men, are absent on a ran- Mr. Dayton;)also rpma kooidny'i Harlem' Rubber_ f a'0 a'p.; / under eighteee. ,or.. *
and when he '4!0T.. TheeotnpaX-
tired, and occasions complimentary ging or spying expedition, ,
par- Senate that the: British .Minister was on ordtT, for the mat :, the -rii.iing Jawa lilt" v
sgraplisin the London daily papers.It returns he will advise, us of',the .move- in possession of an ultimatum, or the ble bridge .for the ,,., from any partoii
is estimated that there was in Live ments cf Arista. means of making defiinitc settlementof tons/ are to bo' .m 'cnmpanj shall be or- -

erpool on the 19tf! till., eight million On the other side of the river, tie the'question.The .' ,when completed ho, ami :reported by tip -
tln Comniander
bushels! of foreign wheat under lock war bill has created quite an excitement, ienced in crossing r to* hi. ...upoti*:'' '_ ,

and 895,000 barrels of foreign flour, i and the Mexicans look as though all following' from_an.address to the ,ner.r. .. ) '' of bo mjlb. ; oL;

reaily ail American. During the 'six hopeofaving-their country from,being citizens, of Coahuila by General V.s- ) ., !" ,', .
the is lost. Fifty thousand, ,men is The,New Orleans T T ** ,.
days preceding the 5th of Way, overrun qucz too exquisite a specimen of fan'. .* ,
number of grain laden vessels passed they think, or pretend to think, will faronade be lost : inst. nys-'-'tFrorn a BROOMK/- '' .:' .''

the Sound and Belt) for England was ruin Mexico. Our soldiers, too, seem "1\ y friends, I will only 'inform you ..rived in_the_ at.nms. r Gewal.4F.- AT ri:..- ':

twenty. chrered by the news, and anticipated u that.at, 'this moment in.Matamoros our Mat rrt ros; we'learn MILITIA,, ''. :: pI '

'I I he most important news relates to brilliant termination to their'campaign, cannon has already thundered, and that, ,of Gen.:'Taylor's.i .', Orricr. .

the passage of the Corn Bill to a third which a few days ago they feared our worthy iVn'd: excellent: Gen.eral-in-, I his arms for.any nn.213ih irs M'y.held on 14G.the 11'} ..

rcdingby a majority of!J3S. This took would end in smoke, chief of the division Don Mariano, Aris period not more ; ; rdr' Field 'OfSrettof**

pace! at o'clock on the morning of the ta, and all tho valiaqs soldiers under: he means.to,take np :: d- Regiment and* .

13th, after n debate which continued to Companies H and F of the 4th Regiment his command, amid' smoke and dust, and for Monterey;. and : ; .;and it appearing. '

that hour.: The belief is expressed that Artillery at Fortress, Monroe,un- death,lire hewing with. their.sjvQrflsnnd: present campof' the J' : I; mad ,IP'ibo..Exr".

tie bill will pnfs the House of Lords. der command of Major Gardner, have moistening with, heroic blood the crown Camargo, Keinosb : tt Major General'pf1
embarked on board the bark Catharine,' which, is to immortalize our' august route, There. arc' MoRToir' Ora adicr'*.
[From tli* N.O. rirmyuiw. 6ih it***,) plucked by our 801di .. A. K. ALLLO.
Capt. Phillips, of Baltimore, which cpuntry, on the daywhpn; its treacher- .
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AKMY OPERATIONS.The nd Brigade, JAMU
ofF me."I
sails from Norfolk for Point Isabel. o nerriies'. ahall fiitp the ,sollrwhich ": .f ibe erond Difiaion. .
letter appended hereto from our ,they have,sought to:pilfer (coin us,,:&c.TbfrVera The 'of I : General r f aLe tbtr ... .
ondent Fort Br city ,
wrre
at wn brings ; .
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Wn our intelligence from the Rio Upward of 5000 volunteeis,have offered :&c. &c411 J J ized a.splendid j t ', .General.. of<('lliy A*.t- .

Grande to the latest,date, A poscript : their services to the Governor Cruz papers are outrageous, men from 'that city. ,l of Ice Regiment.,*

&!ed the 27th ulu, announces the arrival Tennessee. Three weeks, have just ,at the 10.ckf1det.nn'4 are full of the:most. the"London''f1ni3_ J. : \ .f "0.'JD.. I.! .
heroic patriotism and devoted vjilor, '
that of Gen. Worth. Gen.Schh elapsed from the date of Governor, .
with day Brown's first order, and almost ,double ,besides being prolific of the abuse, 'Q.de.t\ttcIHs: Q : of2d fement* A. > '
the advance of the volunteers of do. Anthw>eyt IJ/"I : .
of the hated "Stars.and which i, who; sediicler: "
arrived on the 24th, and the vol, the number of volunteers required un- Stripes" 'U -:
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nteers Matamoros der tho'can of the General'Government the copious Castilian. furnishes. ? his services to the ilftf'nt'1r"JJ; ;& '
were Teaching eve- Italians., .Thoina H Nr 1
ib
have been repotted r. r r. troop | J
rrda The .
in the
} general impression Voinntearsjrom Canada.-The New f: 1.-- '" ',I .*',4' -
camp appeared to be that nothing would York Herald says'that_)letters hare been The g vernor. : or ""J nf .1)1,fleim.ar,.,, .' t

_<* done for a week or ten days, unless ,A public.meeting :was held:..at: Loir-. received 4ip ''iljat: cjtyftpra,..Canada, stating ceived ffsf'rv '' ; 1 do.,, John. B .Jr., .., ". '
ructions be from ell .Mass. the 2d inst.'nnd'resolutions "t ',
should received ,' on ',thaifte.en; ;hpjidned volunteers wjce: as>many, ; of t!. 91i.fls&iai1 '.. '
tshrngton: supporting, the war, in favor. of have been organized Quebec r the palls for, '. : of do., ,W.II.Gibi -}
respnmfonce of die -' -" ., .. ..
Picajune.S. ,
raising $50,000 in Lowell for ,the use. Mexican-war-and that''an' agent is how .1 ":" ir. '
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U. CAMP FT. BROWN. > ,of the Massachusetts volunteers, of 't' I TAe Geprgja ] : ufCih Regiment. .':' ,'f
his Washlngtdn t .
OPPOsite4atamorosMay23 lIy 1846. r. ,thanks to the Army and Navy for their to on offerjtfiiefr.srvices way ; ,JD' thV;President delevated write? ?(fiaysv thev)' pl I Col.. */ dele Thom'' >. 'f.oT7lfi .-_'s .
De
{, Sirs:-I closed my: letteryesterday services. on the frontier, and complimentary -. of the 'United States. The*' ,Herald the.,ip&jnVt. tl $ R' I""tHi :'ip3ih -*
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the in a hurry in consequence of. to the Administration and both thinks it is highly probable:: t. jroJunteer music from *thfr' $ :- V..U.)... '

eipress-min riding up to my tent Houses.of Congress, for, their, unanimity ,companies u jll!:be :.raisecj i ip41 Bnd," fcbite wjfffing, and. there 'was, :no timerottnaiiig pq.treal panics isttey L ii | .1 R.m&ment.- ;t'f
werendopted.; othercities' .of .Caonda and : ;: '
-4. ar-d1 } ,. 1. 1 Colour of d* Levi*u : .:.
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periods. .I added a "ra- rae..i r's i .i- : .. ,, .
*., ,largcTproportion of. the force r- ;
for m lelition l lo Col. Garland- -now A letter in ,the N. 0. Delta, fronrFortPulk quisite for the 'smcptirbfth War The fqllowingr com < (" 9I. rel. A. .T. p-
lad,. themselvet t at WiUi Ch mbtrlttH! .,,:
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> (Point Isabel,) 'dtted 23d'May, will ( ( '
CoL with JVIexXco ,b'TrnIsha4byutCanadianflcighbQrL .,'. .. ,II .
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Garland "
with It .
all the mounted ale! that .co.1Guud ;tCI ? .
FOrce .ys 'I am glad to be, .to say ,* ; .t -., >fnt 1Oahd Wilieaocf' -
*Qd disposable-about 250 dragoons our.sick and wounded. are.d.o'9g'. well.Cols. ,W'e'arenotdisposedto place 'relianc&bri :Blues, (Augusta) ., -G.ortI Url,1fI_.:
ra r.wu started in pursuit ol'l&e Fannin Avengers ; ? 'T ,
and j
MclntoslmndPayne, Capts. .
'the
; robability'For. such 'an ;
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fetreating force;, they followed for, Page and;Hoe, are doing very welVand, v .t I *. 1, '* -'.. : gent.. j 1 1I & do. .f); 4Hi KW '< :'- .1 .
66 It opidiohr1 fa.' Lockarood,'Major oXv,_ < '
les. They had a slight brush wounds'with fortitude. _ The Columbus w" '"
iti bear their great ; tI ) r *t. i' 'a'- 4'1. :
tk reir jiillcd three : : ,. : :C c--i i : ti
.gcard, capturyt : i3AzqL gaus ictorzouTh: p r $ ", LD.TA'4. ,: '
t4 "= wo,fare:'wagon with;amnau- .Arcld.. Alison* lEe 'historian' of' .grcat.RaceMbver thd Union i :)Course;between ..t .I 'p' et, ...:NOfI Maj4x ,' ..t -

.I- tad.clothing of artiUerrcoxpa.Ynd the Freach, Revolution is :Sheriff""of Fashion, ,PatseyAlhtho'ny .'fcnd,. In-.t" .', "' ? f % i : .- 13"' d.; j...Wm-'If 1./1 B.1S. t44. '"
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tte personal,bagE3Spf the cap. 'Glasgow and H8 official advertisements i ';B 4"' d.r"d mi1htnts' *- ( ls tTiieEeqniierorthe 4: ,., .'. '' )UtinaIlajoj' ':

.t&rr Ibecompiny: t CJM lleta: : grace Uie_ ,_ ,gazette; '*- )/. Kat, ,city. ,. t. ..of'*$!O,r crnofiowWediieiday: Jastand : ..Tbe- .' companies} p' p ;...- 4 "I4q. ,.
8rtecl'-to Matareofes- l with: 'was ,won by Fashion M two straightJtj1prn.4qtQr :0 l3pthePQrg3, W.B- ,
roneri; aad 'we" ara-tie-* t -ow.e f. D! i oft fge'ilti1id!l- 'f1 ,1IGn. .- J.r l Jiit ,liH.M I (91 .1iuDHlJa:c. Wi-f! ,. I
'U. S..Circuit' : i" "' wJ.} J'9ftf'ZJ.\'fJ tt ; r-il \
Archibald Jianckll Judge & &.fa
tea J'ettH'HCi' Nc "r
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lhk!. horses pr !ius to i ivsg;''were of the Eastere:Di. rictt'.( P nft91ya:' .r M..V"cwk tI4'Jl" ..;.L" JL. :: nnL" Af b : Jflj efc tta> ., '
; ak iiid'of Phlladil Jt. t..7.t1. 11,. 1Jf" : _. rf. ""
j$4eLifrt1he Aid d-f aued Apoplexjr .. !z >yj rf iWe GC ,7 y-* j "*. ** T i .YI ',
t iJi&v '. ferr 1 :on Monday morning. :, Jlema8dflttof J '; t Pamt Calwverhy S oGr. l. ; : n. .
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tL-t" .t.I. ".. 'Iad' ", that the amount f Eai11i !.*aI in :: *1e 4viw T'ftefB4lr ritiesat. '" ., kn4ea.W.nw.14'1 -
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4er. lei, pwt W.t.grou $1.725,000,000-se bJredaR'twenty4iv York, of which they wffl eeirtittrte'lhfeField war, ? BKOOME.
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p, .tb- actirC Jl\d ergetp 8 millions of dollars. o .. : jj.au .-. 4




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.td, !a ottlaBrewtter T4CjS9ZVILL subscriber 'having recently iltetT .
< e'< t_ : \ JBB op f. MeT7L. BIDa..teli adbaukti lid .
.CbVftcery, n1Whch,Ulyasea.B. :saL .- .. I < .'f"uff.iOxn,4G. 711H1S DAY4 r'cee1; ehCjrnaoJotii : L,tlSibot*?wtibn Kment.with',tew jo the -4 5k iM. lf"JIiit'
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\ w C"tirtaBt.f-aad: ,Davidv JPaI nerj as.Trustee,-and @mID m $; : :,: I .L .Jmn.wYorkTssaer,1roA "greater eoovenietico.'ahd accommoVfetiohtof f,hoe- : : r- .. I.pI-t"

aria DoggeU, ark defci>daDts..T will expose for t New.Orleans,andthe! steamer. Orpheus 150 bbla whom ill b,slih; .or pleasuren4ht ..urilec10\ tW. MATTHEWS,r.JI." .
'" : 't.\ :- 1 Jral. in front bf the omt Htm. doof.at JacksonTille ..woPi' .. 1. :Gennes. e :Flout! ; .25 J 1-2Uls ;, 5ftk\ We- pottIon.cUFkriJs-soliciif .tI, 'patronae
!f .<;:, in said connry. on Monday the 6th da; of I. The Twelfth Regiment of Florida} tern'do;'5 hhd.'Ba;' 60 Ugs RiftCbflTee$500 :. ,.trusting!ibaij one,,4"may favor_bim r will bee decks and, cabins rh4 hi

; Jriy H48itorthe highest'bidderra.man. slave, Militia,comprising the Militia of the Counties of 'biasbfoli Com;IS'bille.Ha y; 20,bols'prfm Pock: find anything ffq11..ile.t. their eomfort.neglected. somrfy furnished and pal.red. and her ".

: t earned CHARLES aged aboot tbirtrGYenn., Doval and Kassaa, having been duly organized according ,20 bbUjPUet; Bread ?CT borei Ji o,;!; Soap .40 Th bealibine* of JackHnyJlIe-iI' protection 'mnclt'improved., Aaforvccomiafort datt.'tIt

possession; of.by jn., .uderaL. decree as to Law by the Election Regimental Officers .bbls old\retifiedVhiike ;5 bbLi Motioobil* do;: from ibe Jirsh .,brretes and h. easlnef of;Ie-- site canavl b&1. rem MI by,.

: t : th.prop.nyoftbehie firm of C. Bhbee&Co.. as by Law required,.will divided Into Two ,20,bblsBaluvnor Gin; iGbbl. DomesscBran4y' ;. cess:from any. point have ,always ecured It the rovte* -Tb.a boat will arrive at aaQ'-.
, 'and to be told to aafi.fy a judgment. in Ca for said Battalions. The First Battalion to comprise the 10 do N. E; Rnm2qtiartc caksMiJeIrWine;, reputation (being III. most advantaceous place Thursday morning, before the .-

p 'Jt .p1.t..rat..rainit C. Bibee & Co. Militia of the County Nassau// will be commanded .' 2
'. .. : THOS. LED WITH, Sheriff D.C.. by Lieutenant Colonel TRACT: and the Second sacks Key West Salt;aUo !&:a'1Orme htof Dry ;tbe winter aeaonl To such persons ho ofierrf ao, eyeryevfnIn. ? .

t :' 4\ Jww 5tb, 1346. 5t Battalion to comprise the Militia of the County or .Goods, ,consisting of ready made, Clothing] of at.mosteverv4Oscriptionl I. eomrnodattehs,.' hiclf.b';boll s will prove, acceptable .A.1I'passenger :w uhtngr to take fti* '
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c Tbe, Upper Sawaaaec' Spri, Doval will be commanded by Major NoRToff; who rJv. o(EarUibn Ginghams and s-s medical advice, of tW highest oH,r,, brtjfpr harqof line ,which Ifftve, Savi ,

.J .EAST ,FLORIDA. will be respected and obeyed according to their office : 1 ilo printed Lawns;' 1 do plaid Muilin; eats be, commanded fn the town, they may .rely Thursday and..Saturdayfur New Tov a

: i t'- '-0" THE subscriber takes this methodpf- and command., l case faacy Prinu beautiful styles; 10 pieces 'upon the rriWt careful! "".nl n. arrival of the Su Matthew from'Ftne ..,.'.1r
;
II. Lieutenant Colonel and :10 do and plaidCottonade s; As..Uon< from the North have ceasionally de-
.informing his friends and the public,'that Tracy .L.iMnJnl"; plain ; Passengers, with their baggage viQ.
.. 1iit1 kP a lease of the' above estab- Major Norton will, as early as practicable subdivide 5 di\ mi '. Kremlins; 10 do blown, Bear Duck; IaIdlir corning,'.under |be.impressio ,.jbatlbeb board either J.nw.iI'mJ.

; 1tuieit1ori" term'ofyears, and will be prepared their respective Basialions into Companies 10do'linen OsnaWrgs'; 50 do Mimjuito Net a;- 10 o Mjse was filled,.the subscriber take lhi. oppor- if lye aKove! boat will (eave as oUotr,: -
to accommodate all who may favor him with theirpatronage. leaving an equal number of men in rica. as near as do Gilford,Ticking"fl 1 bale 5-4 browrr Shewing;, (unity to assure such In future, that, Injhat case, Leave Pilatka every Tuesday, A. .u.l '

I I As regards the mineral qualities of maybe, and appoint two responsible men to hold .4 bales 4.. do; I bale 74 da; 3 3.4 dn Shirting';, 'he can always provide them temporarily with convbrtable PknIatiH' r. 'If ,.

tbe water they cannot be surpassed by any watering Elections ini'ch' Company Beat, '10 set off for .and.a, large a *ortroeni of,shelf:.Goods) H bagsFeathers ( accommodation in the' town. .' 'BIt-kCm-k If" PY. J\ >,

place in Am nea. The Springs will be opened the offices 'Captain. .ir.t'and\ Second Lieutenants ; $adcUPf. of every.desc/iption' ,; padded OLIVER' WOOD, .Jaekjuqvil !' '.'&IaC. ,
t i by the first day of..May.Charges will be moderate of said CorapahieV; 'givngat' least'ten days H ines';' Mu18CoII rt..Bridle Mountings r Pclham ,Jacksonville.Dec. 13, ,1845. ly.FORWARD :_ For freight pajsage, apnly to

', I' and every attention will be paid to tbe comfort notice for holding.'said Elections; and giving aUa, 'Bi.ta. '&.'; '12 dozen 'painted' Pail; 12 'nests & ALDRICH on, ,board,.or to. ..
:. at (east notice said of their Heelers 1 dozen Churns '6 seta dry'Measures; ***' '
to *
4 -,:. of all who mar.favor"hint with their company. ,tea days inspector ; : ; WOOD. & CtAGHOHX
((1 /FRANCIS, A., HUSON, Proprietor. appmntmen. 12 dozen Broom; children's. \'illowVacnn., .: ATTORKETS rAHD; COUNSELLORS' AT,''LAW. ,, Acent*. Savait.h..
. III. A.o as prucjicnble! after the Wa h Boards nasiiortmentof ,Stone \\'arr. in the ) Court. of Law .. ** '
June 5tb. 1S4S. 8tAdministrator's ._ .ffy .\Vill'rraetic severs )i; ': ; \ FEn ANDr.zi4c.I1SREr.
t.: ;: : election ('Officers', of'the' several of of &c, with large asson- of-Florida. .
. Companies consisting, Jugsf Jars. ; a. and.I.q h.i in the u''mCirr..i i -# ;4.i .; ; Arftu.Jadlllh1l
1 z Notice., the Regiment,,the Officers elect in said Companies merit of 'Hard"Wnre,, Dry Good, Medicines, WM. d. FORW hD. Si. Au u.trne. ', -, ; I. ;' JOHN fr. .GUNny. c i'Aip"t. ,-
:; Yrirtue of a Decree of tbe Honorable Judge will! be officially reported at, ibe Head. ,Quarters,of Boots and Shoes, Crockery Ploughs.' '&c.;'which, Loots ALDRICH Newnansville.LIVINGSTON !. : .'BI. l.

of Probates for the county of Duval. grantiag Regiment, by the Commanders of Battalions.. with their. former large stock they flatter them- > r'n iteamr-SARAHSVL:

. ; leave for that purpose. I shall on! Monday the 1 JOHN, '.M. PONS, i lves, comprises!largest and,roost general and & DOWNING* '.wnnectioni willi lhub, .jtr> {.o o.'

.St f ;. tbday of July, at 12 o'clock, in front of the CourtHouse June 12 Colonel Commanding. cheapest assortment, ( Goods to be found at any ATTORNEYS AJ D COUNSELLORS AT LAW. lerprU-.Lake ) onrc..o!hundred t.
: at Jacksonville,oSer for sale to the highest ,. store in'Enst Flnrida.AH .
%? WilI in the.several Courts of Law five miles rf!>o r P..ta.'a up tb. St. 'JiJ .n-
p tidtUr. for cash, all that tract or parcel of land the above are offered; by lha .nM ribf'". at practice Circuit of Florida.R. July 5. 1845. I:
and
the
I Belonging to the E.tate of Isaac Hendricks, deceased .Admi strator's Notice. their atari on the most liberal terms. Please Equity. Eastern .
. l ,situate on McKo,'. Creek above the town THE creditor,.Jisiril>atee*and others interest give u. a call. COLE ,& 'NOYES. G. LIYIJlOSTOtf.'Ne-nan..m.. % S Vnlted. States. MaU.
Jacksonville, and containing: three hundred and in the Estate( Samuel Ruscell late ot Santa.Fe, Colombia county.May 3d., 1846. ___C. W. ow IU II 0..,_do.___ '1r- ,: .Tho' .frnrn Parlef. S

,40' : fifty acres more or less, and which sale is made to Nassau county,Florida,deceased. are hereby cited May 8.4t JAMES W. BRYANT Jzc' SrtLDIiG.Capt4: Relisj
I 8blo me to pay certain demands against the Estate and admonished tube and appear; at and before ,.--. ..IJ having fern ilwaegiJbutrd.
: to satisfy which there are no personal asset the Hon.'the Judge of Probate,.of Nassau'county, NOTICE. ATTORNEY AND COUNSEtLOR AT LAW, .b.-r dvrlus nn<|.r.Iq .t..ib... 5iPirgNI

. lo tnyibayds.i. ; at a Coun..of Probate,;,to be held.at, the Court .interested,, are, hereby notified I Jacksonville, Fla. t fur 'she accommodation of r ft\
persons
% FARQUHAR BETHUNE. Adm'orof House ia".oid county,.,on the first Monday in. I ALL. Six Months .after date.I shall apply to 'mtnenrrii bet rrgnUr lrip.,fmmierpri ..1.II
Estate of Isaac Hendrick., deceased. January, 1847 and shew cause, if any they have. the Honorable: the Court of Probate fur Alachua AUGUSTUS C. .GILLETT, -. on Lakf M DfOP.up IbeSI44'II '
t I' should, not be from further 125 nliJ. SLot, J'aI4aJua. '
why discharged all \
,
Jane 5ih 1846. 4t administration AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
: : county for a final discharge frOm' my : ATTORNEY .
iJ administration of the Estate of'said Samuel Russell -! deceased I 'Tf aIiui.U'.s. !t lrairunx r.I, ",.e.," it
on the Estate William Standley, ; Jacksonville Fla-
Sheriff's Sale in of then and thereto 'Z\Jnf'nfng.'I..r th. arrival of the U. S'M.U
III I .Alackua'CounY pursuance an application and also at the. sanvr:time and place; formy ad- :
: .. ,Monday,5lk October. 1846.BY be made by me to said Court. I rninistration on the Estate ,of Martha Si and Jet, !i11IjtIm 6rotJt Pnrkof, Sr. Mjlth***.,'Captain M.Ntlrj._
irtn6.of the power veted in me by law, I WILLIAM A. RUSSELL, d D.or. decn.ed.lhi..2C'1 April. 1346.. .vannali.Carrying tln U.S. .iho.Iw slut.place. .

: .& expose for sale before the CourtHouse, Jane 12th 1846., 6mAarnimstrator's) COTTON RAWLES AaminiJtr ltor. Watchmaker nnd JcwcllcrrNo. '. .
&_ door in the town of Newnansville, on Monday the ,- April 24th 1846. Cm 5 MAt5-STKtT. Pnoi'rgr. iV.r ''nmrrpris will '.k.:i.

: L filh day of October next between the hour. of 10 Notice. Respectfully inform the citizens Maiih"w. every Saturday Evrriing. f-Claii
J and 2 o'clock! the following property or so much m Jackwnviile and i its vicinity.that Savannah.Tb. l
MONTHS after date, I: shall ,make appli ] NOTICEIs
. ; thereof will pay the State tax due on the same, SIX 2./ be hi. removed II' ties house im- !Sf'*"Jff Sarah Srateli" !ii, ran winnitifl.
) to.the Honorable Judge.of Probate I hereby'given all interested that
t and all and charges to. persons mediately adjoinir.g the via }) ".... & )lan4urin.sad.e1itriji
for the year .184, legal costs i. ore recently I(
Alachua for Letters the I .
after date I shall the .
county Dismissory, on Six Months > apply to t S '
in and aboot advertisement and sale thereof la'te' occupied as the printing' I.oafiir Jack4ii.iIIe r,,'r, MooiUj .
; Estate bf Ephrnm Tyher of said county,deceased Honorable the Court of Probate for th; county of .
Tix: an undivided share or portion owned or claimed ;' aad all persons having demand. against Alachua for a. final settlement, and allowance of I office of the"Fl.rid; n SlatplmIUt..nd i. nm..r. 'chwL ,
r. ti Frederick Marquand, equal to 4554 aciesthereof For freieht' nr ... ".apply t. tLe Ca
by said Estate. are hereby required to .present thepi my accounts and.vouchers, ".'.. ini.lr..11'r on the pared execute. iih promptitud!! order" ci>nn pn ,
I. ,-in and to a certain tract of parcel of land, cted with the above- line. Board or lu Ff rRMmlfa & DULre,. Agrat.
attested ( .
properly. settlement. f Estate William Dell deceased I late of said county > "
known as tho (edondo, Aachnlrant.: containing JOEL T1ESON Adm'r." and for from administration : Mr. Grothe' wouM nl,o.f ay. that he ha. determined .ur.vill.. .
I two hundred and eighty nine thousand six hundred May 15th; 18461: 6m aid Estate.a discharge my ASA CLARK.on : loewnfine hii-nlfeution. in future, rxcliiiivey X. B, Ali JnntJ4 will bof reei4veul bu Slorr,'

and forty five' and five sevenths acres being a Newnansville E..F. 8 1846. 6m : | to work in the*** branches. II. renders hithanks Storage ii.Jark.rtitnie & Sa.anftak
May ,
: grant made to Fernando de la Maza Arredondn & to t1** mnny friernli w Iii, Imve given him Au23Florida_ .
:' :Son..on the 22
I Alaeboa. county Slate of Florida. ALL persons interested are hereby notified'that' HOLMES & CO. ,vill be 'ucl.... lo merit it. Packet.

ALSO the expiration .ix months after the From long pracli in 11. b'i.in"i>-. ht. (feel! !
: An undivided share 01 portion owned or claimed date hereof-: shall apply to the Honorable the MESSRS stock! HOLMES bf Merchandize& CO., have to the removed'' himself competent .i, give .Ij.arriun. nut! bischarges g J GAsfoN"cap.rfVPeel...ilf,

I. by John N. Sayer in the same said grant equal Court ol Probate 'for lachoa county, for a,final the United Ssates'known larjre will mudertvto ami a* reaioimLIe as S&S-.r.:j.i.: ,.rive at I'icohili e..rj'FriinivaM
i to'435 acre thereof. settlement of niy accounts and dichargo rrnrnmy building occupied by as tho fifth North.N. '
I the Government Building. Th<* have added 'e ing m 9 A. .M. on each week, ansi willP.M. h.
I ALSO. administration the estateof James' L. Townsend y to B. Clocks and Watrbes in the best .
repaired fr S 'ftutta! via Mamlaiin. JsL.avSt.
their tho late arrivals from New York .
stock
by
i An undivided share of portion owned or claimed deceased late of said county. manner and nt the shortest notice. \1.,11. ..ul an ut" lnimvJit.urriP 'r ftCl'.ct.
in the fcaid a full assortment of Dry Good., Groceries, Hard. l
Townsend. '
by John tame grant, JOHN TOWNSPNDAdmfr.&c. Jacksonville. Dec. 2G 1245. t .
I war"- Provisions '&. &c. : in NtTNoriah early on 2>un (.iy ,nv r*|
,
.. gt1 equal to 455 acre thereof. Newnansville. May lit, 1846. ,Gm, ; have hand from Virginia ,- I' *"'n*.r. for Charleston can I.siteai* lo'cr.rin (
They on now.landing brig
; AlSO -. from New York 50 bale 50 bbls. S., W. DOGGETT'S lb...nin;:in tl.daily .line s.fSt.amrt-.
share owned claimedby ,. Hay.
undivided
An portion or :
'NOTICE.AJ..L I IH' C,4sit..urun.. in .u..w.li. .itb )
of the New Lime 20 thousand Laths, 30 hoe/> Cheese, 20
William Thorn a surviving tnwee \\On.M..I") & Wililer' uric iJne wf lNew \ Lit.
I *
interested notified that kegs Buui r20; lcEgsLard 20bbti. Pork. 20 half
in the said are hereby
Tfork FlornU Association same grant. persons '
,
: V rk uf which lewieY Mue&
: 4qlI to 6822 acres thereof. the,expiration of six months after date I bbl>. BeetT 20 bbl*. Bread' 50 bags Coffee. 50 mornibg.Tl '. ne. every

;t > ALSO, shall apply to ,the Honorable the Court of, Probatfor'AlnchuaCouniy. bbls. Liquor 100 Ploughs, Iron.of various size; .
Glasses, boxes &c. &c. All! of G* tnn doe not retuin la Black Crftli
An undivided share or portion owned or claimed ;, for n final_settlement of m)" Pipes, Tobacco,
her Savannah.XAMES .
by Charles tA. Jarvis. executor, of Noah Jarvis. accounts and discharge from my administration'on which they will sell at low prices.Jacksonville '- way. to
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deceased. in the same said grant, equal to 929 the estate oC'\V m.m Spark man,deceased, la.te'of ,.January Di h. I 8 4d.I The OF PACKETS.The
!
: i SE'rINARY. eornp Hirif i this Une. :will berniii
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.idcoanty. .
.acres thereof .
>
I be de paicbed 'ernbs.k.vri MuD Uira. "let::
r ALSO, JOHN SPARKMAN AdmV. &c. Live .Oak: Agency. I THE, course.tof in.rru'lin.n rul.eI in.I., Ii. .Brig CLI TON.T. ter'Janf J Jfc-
tynft; m "
oAnundivided share'or portion owned or claimed Santafee Pond,,May lit.,.1846. 6m ., I NOTICE is hereby given,'that. .having.Pe ,.- OtI. i. founded upon the principle' of induction Irig .-1GUST,\,, A. )I. SJ.'rwoc.l,WP,
.
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by,.Isaac Frost, in the tame said grant, equal to -- -., by the Government of the United and analogy. Slul.nl..h... are 'unpre June 23. .

4 p. 2401 acre thereof. N TECE. ,States, Agent for the protection of Timber on the pared to ;enler Cull,;..may. here (,"rlou..af,. requisite New bark VERNON.W..ElletT.ma.ierJrurB]
ALSO., Public Lands in.East Florida,all persons'who studies while those who nut Jeij ncdfor '
.4. ; ? P, ON the 4th dny of July. next ensuing, after may ; ore BritSvANz:4II.A. Hwkwi4eiaJZ
t An undivided shim or portion owned or claimedby date, I will apply\to the .Judge of Probate have trespassed or shall hereafter commit any trespass a profession, tan 'rterf' such branches us may Brig! .:,\;".J.JuIiiMou, tnn'ler, J'y' 14Rric >.
John M. Seamore, in the same said equal cutting down and carrying 'Live best suit their object? fn lift. '
grant for County"Alfl'chiis. for final discharge from : by away anj KXCKL.; C.,B Sirtub. mH..trr,Jhly tt
i '.J. : to 929 acre thereof. the Administration tho Estate of Lewellen Wil- Oak or other timber from such Lands,will be dealt The ,regulations of the' Institution are formed Tn.- ve' vl4. are cnmm.tixled< I.vnw'ppv j

_ 4 ; .,.. :: ALSO Jiamsbate.of said County,)dec, '._ with. .a..the. r Law.directs.. . with thi',singl0> design.ifprornotiit; : be iutellrctual i'xp.riem', "h""in.' every vxeiuiea ilttiit
i :' ,An undivided share or portion owned or claimed .F. A. Ur' f JY9>P. '. v J JOHN' L. TAYLOR.February I and moral advancement' of T1t4 m"mllf'r. Pas.'ngrrs as rmfortabli- M.*ibI.. ,

by Mordecni M..,Noah, in the same ,said.grant, -Adininitr1orNeinaiiivflle r 20th, 1846. Agent (7.S.,'.&c.. ,. :., The discipline is infejid: d to be strictly parental.The They will r ml punctually; a|* bvr.Sl lif II|
., i equal to 1365. acres. thereof. /1"FijJanuary'2. :,1848.; Prc'ptordesirea tocnltivnte.uiili |his pupils. tuiiedtu I've .
Sirn'lw'aui, ,
j ,ALSO/ .. t ,. < '..'. -'.: State Florida : Circuit ,Court.. habitlnt kind and familiar intercourse, and to in races. '; S ; ecu
CU: RGf: HOLMES US
..; Aa undivided share ov. portion owned or cjaimed! !, .' .' 'STERNCIRCUIT-A"R'n. Titus, 1846.. a..nr.Ihe rather by. sit appeal to he; better Jark4WLBirth.

1: by, the ,hers at law of Alexander ,M, Miiir; ;.de: .- CIrcu1tourEASTERNCJRCUIT, ;. "" :BBI'T STcrnxHS .l In Chancery. principles of the heart than by severe ant ili.- can bfo.,rflUpd at A St.!>nr Au. lioavS8>friraiiini
eased, in.the same.said grant, equal to 4641 acres t- OF FLORIDA: graceful punijkhmrnt.
. : thereof. .-. : .,fl -,1 MAT TXRM,'1846;;', ., .' / BURRILL'5 &! &Ns. 5 iJlJorQi.nrce. An accurate acciMtntofihe delinqnences of every ] 15.- 145., ,B. E. CAKR &) CO.et"July .

; ALSO S.iBal .S.CLAITOW, V .-. ',,< + > UPON: application of: the complainant in ,the, scholar, and 'al"!' orll.e"degree of attiiinnie, ia -- -
I : An undivide share'or portion owned claimed, vs. I. >Bill. for' .,.Divorce., .t- named Bill and upon the necessary kept; n copy(,which atcount.iO connexion with ,CircuitCourt.

I '! by Jerpjnuft, .Johruon,in.the same. .said, grant, equal PHritp-P/CLATToir'- ) ; ; affidavit being duly filed, itn.f it appearing that,the the'regular lerni I bill is transmitted.to qvrry. parent. EASTKRX CIRCUIT FLORIPA.
I. to.8500. acros.ikcreof.. UPON reading'and filing the'Bill-f complaint :above!named.Bnrrill Stephens I without thereachof gnarilinn, wh', may desire ire J/i C& aur,. _
: c' ; # TIIOS. C. ELLIS, i.{cause, and U tt" re turn*of i ho Sheriff the.process of this ,S ate.: ] rIt. .4 TZEM5' FOR A' SESSU3. OF TWILTI \Vr.KKSl F. J. Jiuhnn Executor tiC J .hn F.,

3 SheriiT nnd Tax Colle. or., upon the.Subpoena Issued herein ns well as from. .J V,foreby Ordered, That :the ,said tBprriilStepnens Higher! Branches, $S ,00 CY.iarn.'. ",', 'for himrlf '

; wDCLn,..iIIi,, 20ih March.. ,, 1846. affidavit now .read andJjI..d. by, 'bich..it appears : bi required in'appear; and answerto; :thematters'complained Common' Branches, 7 00 nl Creilitor '... Noi i.
4 : that said drlendanti Philip.,P..,Clayton, resides beyond ofihim in' the above named. Latin and Greek CIaic. extra. Benjamin: A. Putnam,Adrnini(,tra: C444JtrofsbeesttteofArntroee1ful

: 4 A1:c1'Ua ,County 'ShcrifTs:Sale. jiirisdictibn of this Court,and in the StatB Bill, on the first day of the ensuing Teim of the. Xessons French, given at the request(par- ,: .

1 WILL BE SOLD;-on' 'Mondny, thb7ih of lit Georgia-: motion'of R.:q. Livnston. ,'Esq.: Circuit Court, for the Eastern Circicof' Florda.| cot. ,. . '" eeea e.PURSUANT. '
emlwr next between the hour of ten Solicitor for the complainant; -" Otherwise '* decree, ,pro.conffita, wilt)be granted: I 'Any pnpil withdrawn from the School before the to an'ortlrr ofilie H.'J
I and"two 'o' ''nr' nt the Court Hoii.e. in the Town // it Ofderedtt That, 'a hearing take place upon to! the compralnant. and that this Order bepublUljeil end af f the session, excepting for reasbnn which'the 1 : 'lge of Jhe fAI I'rniQa*

-. of Newnansville, Counly of Alachun 'a' sufficient the facts charged In said Bill of Complaint, at the la one of the'public no_* rtr. of the. Principal nr-rrn.;..' required' to pay for the FloriiU, in the ahme c>.n'e. b&aria dste tiff*

I, portion of the undivided interest of John H.-Brush, next.term of the Circuit Court for;tho ..,ofAJachuaaml State,.'for the upace of,tbrfe months: before, the uaexpired part f1f.that'*c<*ion.N rind dAy Marrti. 1 46., the creilit :rs V A*!

; Charles 'V. rUJb. "Eugene 'Vanne, Julia A. 'Levy, to be bolden on the third' .'Mon day. .so appointdfor. the.hearing of,the.cau,e. ; de.luctionwUl. l.be viJein. the eh in 'P agrdnst, Hull 'cferea****!, lat> oTEaU Tlofida.'fs'aa'f*.

* s.' Vahness, hnsl': 'Margaret Brush, .siinnte' ri s'aidCounty day December next, rtat the. Court Home. InNewnansvilleFlorida. GEO. S HAWKINS Fld .. &c., ,pupil for ..occaional, .ab ence', In,cn.f, of,pro. .*.time'in'' the year 1831.}are rrquifvd. *
*
I ..f n and to a ce/jairi, tract or.pa reel'of(and, .,: < I. JOHN G. 'REARDONi 'Cl"rk' of' the said': s;icteul2siekneii. requiring the pnpil to" be withdrawn in and prpy: |hejrdebts bereIbebWrt "

I knowrt; fth& Arredonrta Grant containing'two 4 ,And it if tinker Ordered That a.copy,of this Court hereby certify,that the above is a true copy from the School proper'deduction will be' .f lie ma.ter, : hundred and eighty nine thousand six hundred and Order be, published in some, newspaper prihted of ,an .order ,made and entered inlaid entitled made. Court llo'o'e. in the city. r 4 Su A'&."!1f

: forty five end five. sevenths'acres; 'being a grant within this Circuit, for I ho space of three months cause,_on the thirtieth;day,of April/A*\D.,;?846. i No pupil received- under nine jear qf age.- before the 2hh( day of Jiiue 'next. ur,

o made tWF.rnaod"*la:Maza'Arredondo and son,. fro-ri the dote hereof!,' '9nc1 in eactfweek ce. CT. I"i tesimoflvwhPrlIoI! berellnQsetwy' Tfila nle, from the inconvenience 'experienced'by '.h.r.ot'i Iwy.will> excluded from_ beasft
en the 22nd December; A. D.'1817, to satufy and sively. "* c." rL L '1 hand. aM:.8ii'the .,"rnr'said office.J hccacional ;t'exreptiona hereto ire,-will, in future, said.. dcA-rte, <-. "".

:' : pay the taxes due to the Statn,of Florida (from the Aid it-i.fllrtlur.Ordtrttl.[ ;Tbat .in default of r JNO., G'REARDt,' Cferkv. be,steadily epforceiL! ,' GEO. R. FAIRBANSXiMa

t persons above named l, for rand oh account'of their the appearance of said Defendant, or answer'to.said 'May,29. 1846'J ) 3m -' > The School I b now in sa flourishing con
Interects afrtr**aid'and all'legal costs and; charges Bill a decree may be taken therein at said ; . The building-, tt large, commodious and 'elea'ntstructure. I -_Sr. AII I.I.lne.. March,J3. 1846. ,
; ; in and aboot the advertisement and sal ear/n( ;j. : '. ,'- : : \ Coart Irecently7 rect"d'6y FLORIDA Looajr., .' .IRHaWaV, .
;. .: THOS C. ELLIS ,!, RAMON: B, SANCHEZ: .Clerk,ptthetCir.} :; EASTIBN' CIRCUIT 6?.,FLORIDA.Coitniyef Nt\)I;.of"; O..O.F.: ; .: From .the' 'G&1Ii.illa ___'

.' "... .;. :'T .Sheriff and' Tax Collector.. cub Coclrt.ror tho'counties of Afachba arid' L vy,: >. Dmalf '7* 'Chancery., ." Tht,locotio'n 'Is one of well, known Mlubriiy and I District,:S., C..'a-!!.,m r'Mmm, S'itC. ,

ewnansvllle. ", F-h.. 27,,1846.. doi.r.b1iurtiry that foregoing5is a true'copy }Cingsl yB.Gibb.ind '/'' is easy of access. Bonrrf nay be.ibnine4atji'as., jnchea ,hi h.. dark nS -

p ---7-- } L -t theongins.l ordernow.on: record ia:my'bfBce.iWtTVKis.my. ., I .Benjamin 4Putnm. '. onable rates rcpeetabld families fn,' place. : 1.1. .pfHh JIK! basa sev ieb t>..leWPleg .
,," s.'Coakty: ShcrifTTs Sale. I hand. *n4s4l.of4ltfl.this, Executors ot,Zepbeniahiabpn ,D.III' Jacksonville.F., March, 27th/. 846.; 'ly : H-J. Mboat 25 Xr qLl/anVlfiaf; li.
BE SOLD on Monday, the 7th day [LaSt) '16tb da, orrM y. A. D.184fk : deceased, r'discoveryand. MpLFOHD/aifd ,I'm f 1f U WloniRiW. *
:
i I 'I ,.b WILL September; next,' between ,the hours or 6 ', :'S U.' RA)10NSANCHfZ'. '1 i' :Complainants,: '* Refnd" -. In Circuit Coitri.I PellWoC Menether .g*

.,, tea,anil two o'clock/? thV Court' House 'in .the iMay .2, 18(6. 3m. Clerk Circuit. Court; .: "..,' for 4 Injunction.4 ..S EASTERN CRCuiror FMIRIDA.. ''A ,. .lllf nlll4.f'tJ eUIIDti.'G.corif. .
: Town Newnsniville.! a sufficient'portionbf' the I I.. .1 r )'.,'" r -.rY""I. -- .- .-..r"- .."-.r. .Gc9rgeKicplfy.21; i : ;' .' :, County of Duval:, *I* Chancery. ; in jail so that I may <..t,

..'. '' interest -of John ,H., Lewis'andwifiy situated' In i 11 s t:1 CfrcItCenrL' >: 1 ; ? ';; ;Duu1an.. : ;: 't', Hzsay.M: Lispssy, I: nill, for'flcejnnlFOSTER .EDWARD J QLtI9
_ '. .aaldi eobntyJi-'' d'ti I" tract or 'parcel! of land" EASTERNCWCUirYT.JOHNs'COUNTY.: ; It; having' beer(rnacle tiesiset1sfnct'orflyby.aflidayji ,, .' .: : 1: ''Prsiiinn .r' }I. >0> -ShcrirBurtiutr;.:'
; .
known a. the Arredondo grant containing two that the Defendant;George Kingsiey.;''re. Coattatwa TsYwa_ .Dee.ia If. 'Itth
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J QUIIRout".O.It 1', ') .' >". .".( ,. ., : 1 n .$ .r4'tate., _
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/ hundred and Jttiti nWthnuia'nd: six hundred and e :, "u side beyond the jurisdiction' : cT.tiiftCnurt; and In \ \V..SLJW' I R .. .
4 ... forty..five liQd' fivei sevenths icrei.being' a'c-rani; ', 1 4'" W f" r.: ;j :, ,' the.Island.of' St, Domingii! he West ladies,,on Ills wifJMAlAFosTr.Ret.al.) r : Administrator's Ne ".'
fr"m'Ie to Fernando do la Mnza ArTf'lloMo'.nd son,> .Di ir.lA.nt)D'Hcit1iton. ? I Cba'ncVry: motion.r:B. A.\ Putnarn, Eqi, Solicitor for,. tne. Ehftylng bepnmwlta; appear by affidavit tor SJ; 'Yt".nl-'C", d'tui'. ::1.b.JI'm :

: ., en/the S24 December, Ari D.: 1817;'to satisfy ajtd HKRRY B. ABMITROKO, I ,,. ,. r ; \ Complainants, lIT faciton.of the Court tbnt the above named J )i'Ju !JoII.Jnlepf J ; rr..bh.Iu4Infs..au '
__, due 4h9Srilte of Flonda CuLEsV.SukokstP { \oj Defendant" Win lo\r Fo. and his" wife\ ; Iot J.f"" DinJ ygpt' !
to the
Balance raDd' .isORDcnKD. That said .George King- ter, "
_t$ : ,,;' ,-', en pay account of said interests' and all legal costs-and TaIng- ,beetasisde* t'tf1e"Couff..tac r byalfldai. ;.! ''ley, dnappearWml: answer tb"'Complainahts Bill Maria foa )r. ..formerly Maria,Pewee/, reside in ot'a"nr tl 't' t\1I1\ f .m 'tale (' '.."'C'!

ik > aba f s (kind abont the :advertisement 'and'sale! .1 'the satisfaction- "*''' '' *>r '* *'X 'L the! i.e.e",1' : f within sjx roonths..ortb same will ,be:takenconffMo 'prsi the State of'Alabama" and beyond thVjiirudTctfnnofitbla cfru..I.r.d.n! rt'r.'IJi\.Td.Q ITrr i11
.thtteo.IBalancerduetwa hundred. and two doU drtfieonants in Jhe-above' entitled'came iid. b& SgaInshim. : .. *; [ :;iCouhV onmqtUtn; of GrrorJYakA;'Esq.j 1> 't1\1i m" 1f ufr.rdl,
':4t. and yond the limits of'the 51Ite'-or Florida andthejnris4clonofjb : Solicit for.the. !r hlI .tI. t"Myr, It""n"tift, ,, I t44f.
.
tara eighty.two cents A i D IT sivUftnigaOitjiznflat_ !copy"ci': or Complainant. \ .
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'.' 4ft ."0 THOS.CsrEL"tlS1'" i } > i ouiir'bMtwitbmtbeUnrtTdStates .tMi'ONlir:be pubjuhed in'sorne'Newspaper.! .lm., n'u-?'Oiere4'Tiattjhs| sal! t' \Vinslow,1> .ter M : on '1::1fJ.GGt"n9rB. tI.Feh. \
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I-j' 7 |rt i ',r' tSlieTiffaod Tax Collector.Newnansville. .. ; : ; orf, nr tpn jjpamplainanu; OIicitor-t.-J4" [ [ ted within the said Circultj onco'a''>week-conl o.d."JyJOfh' .! 1'and Maria Foster ilo'appear' and'Answer Coniplainaci's lIff .0' d. r

I j ,, .'; ..Feb.27, i 846. odicrtht c! a11 efendnt1da ppp.ar d; : ) I : OIt.bi.r: r1': 3 I nJ. 't t Bill, 'within four* "month, or the .. eiwiJJ J\.T'OTICE ".. f'fJ' ''l t.'r __;'

I, ,--'"- :-:-'-..' 0" '.. '. .r'" ,-.- .'- i fJ answer. theJcotnpVatnarits bill whhtnour_' Monthsor :t *. .'- *N ',THOS; DOUGLJ\St"ad. ,. } *bt'i".tai conrdsiedngnhIuthe', r-, V .L tb..rdt1.i.'I.;;. ".f'ttr:.:
.me'.t1i betakek> Q'I '
Alaekua, COunty .Skeri11's8al .1 tbe. ; ai'tonfewed'againstMrtWf : ,-OSCAR H&siTClerk. *.orsajd' Conrt*'+ *#, hereby An'd'.il fsfurher.i; drJ,'Th*t ocnpy.bf.bf SptJJI.Ilqtl nj it DetBiP'fI VdrIan'fr 'ii:

I j.4: I'TJLL BE SOLD, oatbo7ihdayo ,SeptembeyWJU. ihiq rtfcwN. '. ; l55P5ftofeen6rtWyftie Ctirbe J.hi.. certify tha abqve inhosaJrueopy. or"aspOrder.rna4 ,. : .ht._ .".4'tl : eaecIby AI sJIrot l Li! C9t,, lur.t\, !}'M' 'Pnllf\.f.. ,ItsSuiIlri .
...q. ,between ih -bdure.it'iO'aisd2 Order P.1'ctrtif.dth.1. :" r qkofth; ; ... : 'a nd.i'i n'.a.' 'tsIed 1/C'UItt' .J"pn"tno\" -. pub]|>hed in,some jjew papcr,printed! wjihig! thrEastefri rf.h!hse sail rane 2 latt4iav "
: >,MHJ.C iirtIIoose\ 5ha. Town.of Nenf.! 'pubflshei n'lOIN''' newspaper pjnted' iJ wjihln the.Esteti .NiI1 t.,' r M'lIfthVIt.: 18flfR.OP"it! i t\ri ; .Circuii6r Florida,"one" a we k conse 'u. : kiaiviviV U 'iihtAt4r'w I

': ,.' ..ydu1%ufficjent*jwlon>ofiiLe- nUrests.ofHeary ;cui 'tfWr1ds.'Oze' a "e.o\,conieiu.jlvelyfur t .._:_JJN ESflMONtWHEREOb'Lherk 1 tlvel for'four months. *- :;.. r ,r'lit ,sJTHO 'merJcOJWjnepI aheWn\.1\f.ra n ?A JtJ.tf'

!:. DudUy,.deceased.-.V> satisfy*heamouat ofSmt ; fo4JTnmib1' (Stdst; J1 < j >, ; I'r.. -Lt.. 11ntq..tJ., .,.ha.Dtr d..mw .a1 r''. I,. ,:DOUGLAS Judged l., i'BaIl' ,,, J wbkl'l ..
.Jje ; ltJl t9a ,. of.Flnfula oa.treciXKJt.ofdlng i'U; ft HJ\IaNSiJ !4i iC J td d 17.r.:7 f f I, OSCAR, H ART-Cletkof I said Court,herebycfiilfy r' Ia
I .i ti4J.er'J alLcostav ftfld-charges :.Inab 11 .8fobn..C '1.Gf! ntl u t 1 f :' t ;. "! A1 ABt'C1gra3 M: \ the -abov>.','q be /. 'tnie"copy' of: n'Orti.-r pssrng.f; I oa iJroffI'oct..r.. ;1ji'-. ..': .
: iI : .
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