The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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-THREr DOLLARS per flflUIU...If raid inaJtance ; \ : : : ::
7>nn.or FOUR DoLLARS.if It the end of the year. .': .. .' .- ,'. ..' ... ..' ; : Spirit. of the Times: '?*
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fr7AdreniscmeaU will be iniened on the follow"one ., ,;..1.,.. : '.-t,.. ,' : ". r ...;. .... ... .,, .f4GalL.1...I,, ._ ... ,.. .ft! 1 rOUSt :RiBf U, we

dofl: r per square,twelrt. lints"and under -... .... ., i .**, >-.. : f." -:-, .1. ;". ,.-, -I-', ," -C. '". T. mO steed tli'.!I.f ;''jwllowed o. :,thy deai V
aubae- .J l : ( rn the birttle field.I .-'
and for each
neuion, 75 ceota
for a.btfirat V r' 'L L." OUR COUNTRY.. : ,' ..'%. .. i OhJ
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auent IBM-moo. Toearl.dertiaer. a liberal J H V V VV V ... i."., .k-r. >>'1 ; V eta not aoJ| Soldier and
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,Unt:: will a bf!'!rerusemenu e.LtTAII must be paid for before. .in- i <: V f ,, -1: .' 0' VV, : ,, [ I t...... ._ geD\e.malf'thou! :art in': >nc! It'! ,Ceehr

CTrion.trntt'u bj a regular customer. By referrins : "OL..VID.l: .JACKSONVILLE: ,. ,FRIDAY MORNING, JUNIX: ,,'18...!. ,' ... HVO. '.L rane, 'Cha urn hfelct ,tbroughtn!

to oar term the requisite! aura may be ascertained. ,, I .... ... --_-::---- .,. ,blazing J atei"of McloVy veliave passed
with the advertisement. 4
and transmitted MENTAL POWER Y5. BRUTE V ; 'GREEN SASS1 DR NKS. "V V 'mfo the solilier'a sephu'fcurc! M ust wf V
nr::: \rrtwmenta* nox.inarked with the number IMEXlqAN: PRESIDENTS: ; *.
inier.4'ni n-qo'ireJ.will be continued until forbid FORpEADY .PUAZMA.. A, 'Hoosief4"k i say farewell) And, Brdwn,. ''thou teo
0 pp' oppOsite one of \ fPi.ie-nfpcyo; 9f. they 1izritempnarchy d
for. j : dpst liel
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and charged 'We ; .ndel." the 3 sod :oh.tbegreeararapwv
the the'rnrest'in- ,
::::71ive ci,.lUrs will be charged for all announce- II saw other day Our fashionableDrinking saloons day established after the,s epara- ,.
for olhre.! stance mental and : .by thep'so.nob)3 defended! Ibat .
menU nrtanliJatel: superiority triumphing or, two since ,witb his;hands deep tibh Trom Spain--exiled returned andsbotfr1822..l .
One square for 5nt Month. .< : '10'00Kotire over the hostility :ole greater animal V in his pockets,and front of. his chip turned ',4o ;", i / l' I the flag of thy. country, raised by thy V ..;
to Debtirs and Cmditorsr. :. : ,10.00 : hand floats and '
An"Yicltion for Lettfra Administration 5 00gj" strength than ever, attracted. lto: ser up, seemed looking with absorbing 31V : Gen Victoria, ':the ;first President, above protecting/ Vterworthy
'1II AU re1iiou5 notices will.be inserted gratul.wi'stl vation. A thin dimenutive interest the interior thy gravrfCrds! *, Mnson, Port
:: .. : : ,i consumptive into :at an Individual elected. 1824,: ,with. n. Brayu,as'Via
lobkingyourig fellow,lame and using luxuriating .on a julep with straw President: who denounced sons of a lion.hearted'liie)
IJ5A1I ivlm s.*Me personal communication. will Victoria bu
be eiiflfI q. *(1VfflI5PfIWItt*. I a crutch, sat upon n packing-box 'oat accompaniments. was 'beaten,.surrendered and .banished :generous aad gallant, 'pieaVit! $ '
AU bills! for JnbTritninf, mutt be paid on thee'ivry ,your brave! .:toldiera i : you,have, ; died.6Ot i : ':
:jrj"!:: fiCtlie work I on the side-walk, in front of a slop-shop. \V e1J, rilswnr, if that in't a new : V Gen". Peifraza. was elected :April, Ker .
Jives al
23 All rninmunVn'..ins mut be addressed. to Another man of herculean. frame was kick," says he. "Who'd a thor of 1 1828,over his'Opponent, Gen.-Guerrerowhojused terr blr.-Taiddowjyour mourned ton ;' 00;.

GILLKTT Jc HAZiAiin. pottage pi'zid.iEiiiioriiiirssiiir.. striding and down, swearing roundlyat seech a thing as a green' sass' drinkl-. ; violence) -displace, Him; :hiyasai4ed are nor d.141 byour"Mena country...:noblse4sloTh Tr,.- "'I' ......._.
the ]little fellow and How'consumed cool that art eller'sucks ye .
I exhibiting every i>y.iu-force with Santa ,Anni JJ e- ,aTtetitliecar the- V
.. BT A. 7... 'CAUPENTKR.fnn I symptom of rage and fury. The/huge I .in\ ;1olloq3edl he,- fr \'jpg- his tjody:in. .iTiJtsfiead, who wasdefeatednjja1< ; from ray J**Uwua.ing stall .

..-.....:, /.'M'ffnl c t t 1:11 .t Vr- hmnnr inar bully bent..the awning posts witH a sympathetic mannet Vf-ift .as I( engaged mdrawingthe 'hi'e'sdape., In ifilJSr '(October) a mdlheaded b illume; the your pliant of that,names) long his
1. The-ft. .* crirfV tlmt nil mutknuw.:'". thick stick that he held in his hand, fluid him ef.) 'n bVeva by ei-Marquis Cadeha seize'c d pages. country's.'
Tb'r" 4t14PTF' t%" lh'.t liavc mtufe "is"WI JI : tory;
"' l I.h.. tide of human -1 and cast glances like bowie knives at taste of that ttllAkMI. < f I UUOh'M bit i tbC'govemmenrPedraza..fled, and V V

n'll i1...1.or..I.. .t:..k..fll _"rrsi'v. his quiet opponeut on the box. What was his conclusion;>> ;* ,so in tie'went. V. "V Guerrero: was. declared;,elected,;w'ulBustamente 'VoZwiierltn'XCIL: ) York.The- Bal

TI',"p J. it l,*.r ih. heart while, the offence or cause of quarrel was, we "Whatwillyou take. sir" ]'.' j inquired. for, 'Vicq Piesident' Spor timore.clipper: says-r-Tbere is
Uurr" elt.* vin:- ray miy Iwirrowa : made no eTort to ascertain, but merely the bar keeper. : after' 'triat:, 'Bustamente .revolted, :civi the :\ now m
.. *. V city eYork of
of. a
regimcnt <<
Fr&.ui motUer welc mid tnile!
t. i paused an instant, attracted by the oddity "Jest.go on and give that .feller his war ensued, wntch' eiiHed: m 'tb'.exe ii nine
compame? most of them fall and
lt .
TII" :arf' .I,,!* in "I'II.h"t greet us, of the tcene. :licker," caus, 1 aint half as drynihe; : tion'of.Guerrero.In' February.,.'1831,,.alOajaca i the others nearly so, of volunteers for

With II. ray i nl. 1.i :lit lw aetTb.r'er. -. The big fellow seemed to be a rough: looks," said the Hoosier, 'pointing 'to :a leaving, V" .[ the war. They will! .be mustered\ by th.Adjuthut .

F \\..... 'tli4 CEll-Pt'.-.. .iiimy'f4::r.I.s I.rrpt\c nre psi U..u .tj boatman, and his abuse of the other was customer at- the other end of the'coan.,. Bustamente. in the;;President's: chair i :: Geneial, in' the'.course of the
? interlarded with most vulgarity ter. In 1823 Santa Anca marched,from Vera
outrageous -
Itnvrr Vr : week
I But lie*1.1 *-cri '' i" preparatory, to being called into
\IHt rl"" Iwrk t\tf\ h.*n't nwltilr, I and blasphemy. "Now, sir!" said the, attentive atten Cruz to the capital J, maae.'st. men- service.[ A second reohnentisforxning

I I AU .J..t nn-iniMv ran r.*..llIr" I..> I 'By -, mister, I'd like to wring the dant.'I'lie. V teresigr/ favor 'or'Pedr za', then in rnpidlynrghtly meetings are being .

4V ,. In a QtullWI.\\.kulI.t" milc! 1 I I necks of a dozen like you before breakfast Hoosier reached across the counter 6iJ& in Philadelphia,.wHo. returned 'and held at Military Hnll, for the purpose

TJt'r nr. fceitf* ami which m.*nu rv lovo* to j..I1-] can't be close] his the 1828 election and then
.. 'Sorry you gratified, responded up, whispered jh ear: ; :'; regiment' is one company of 125,'commanded
I. Th -, art iDauy h'ij'j'y farVhnhnvr the little fellow'in a calm, quirt, "A green sass' drink, with all ,the Santa Anna Was!. elected in May by Ge.Count de
\ I kuiiMii t.nlllt\.rtl I I UI u..lI] : : Bpgar, ,ODe
But ',ni.1 j<'y..r *tni.l il'j.-rtinns, cool and collected manner, and every ins!" and he winked his eye .fiX-I 1833-taken pri.sopcr' the battle oi of Napoleon's officers. He. has CQtthis

Tliere i< in.lhi>.; cnri l", iiiil.'- tone he uttered was a satirical dagger to as if to convey his meaning more 'San,Jacinto In lS35f 'BustHmente was corps into>> a state of dIscipline'tWit IIrarely

Th=.trnn f'h
a ni<>;|iv i'11 Mi'lCiSTH4'..mil,'! I Uy I can wring your neck, any ",Yes, sir," said the barkeeper.The .. hearing of the capture of Sapta Anna] _t V

MY: n.\nr ANOIY WIFK.JIa how.' mint was fixed in, the Ice beside ,and Jj Rio Grande Soldier.-The Lowell

"** v )'. *"- 'U 'lIr {.rt.C'jnu" I IViii lib, 'For the matter of that, so could a it, the sugar piled on top. and the fluid Bustamente was eTected. Santa Anna Courier iOn of Mr. Abijnh San ..

_\ i>y**S Itiu'rln. ,n"'JItJct.-!j"ll child, if a child could be .brute enough. delicately poured over alt: the' whole, on obtaining' his :'liberty) :was fn retirement derson of saya this city, was,soldier ra
]< fl1-i| ''41 .lt! Y "
( 4o do it. then commingled with the accompanying some timon'his estate then
was ,
lit .!i i'lrjni =tMtI me net.5c ; Taylor's aimy, and ,has arrived
'D-n you, you're not worth ,flogging straw ornament.Banded, to took the field against Bustamente in home having been .discharged on account

.pirIf si 1 (oai"J! ir.i1r. 1* V the customer.. He pulled his hands out 1841, and,drove him from, power} and. of a wound."'. fie thinks the lose

T> l,!'ft'l"'in,'*'ir Wit ri mi nli**hum'! i-**'junta n f V 'You are, nnd that'a all you are of his pockets. picked up ,the. glass, and, Santa' Anna became :.Resident, in bf the' Americans in' the battles way

rib"b LI.. r..ti\' IWM\'U. worth.' VV commenced first a suck and then A guffaw 1841; and being) deposed by about two hundred, and the, ,loss of the

*Mayhe, you'd like to flog me V which exercise, he continued :until Gen. Herr "i'n, who sent him to Ha Mexicans, including those drowned ia

It i'1'1It&:i pftiril litmi.. l I.-ilMrljuj..I l,,'ur- lllrdl I would.' the straw squealed with emptiness, vana in 'exile; arid then :IJerrcra 'was the flight, 1300; and represents the

11 pi'i I" in'lil.f' .'aun 'III.lir.CI 'Do it.' whereupon, setting .it down, he pulledout deposed byParedes V V Mexican .artillery as having been very

.\ : ijtl uni..rtg flit. II.] .", fin. 4Oan't, ain't got strength-wish; I his bit, and repented the operation who usurped the Presidency efficient, but 'the cavalry 'and infantry

Tim- *av.M k14 :,.,.!!I.. pinion could, my friend, you "should'nt wait of whispering to the bar keeper,' :told and is now, 1S46, ,the military" des much less so. The climate is execs

.\r".1 I.i. rls'-rIIl. ICI : V V : Jon?; for it.' him secretly! : POt.7.JY. .Y.: Globe!. 1 sively warm. A young man named Co-

Att. It.llie "it.,:. ....nl .".r it, I 'You pun part of a man, I could an- "I've seed through them ar' greensass' : bum, belonging to Dnfcur, who enlisted
Frightening a Rogue.-In the St.-Lon-
It udd li -lii-r
u gnlC't' nihilate blow. drinks their all
a V pooty good, 'cept
you : at. the same,: time,with Sandecson, wa
Wjio said could'nt 1' the ice, .and I. reckon thur cold, enough is Recorder'sCoarV recently, Alexander : '
E..d.ay\ some n<*vr born 1wiutyi you .killed in.one oldie battles.: .
i i" "'... IltZ in'" liii ; 'I'm a man, sir, a man !' said the boatman 'thout that, but, stranger, that fod4rstuff McManus. was fined $5, for stealing _ t 1
1 Lrm '' le.t ul.i.-h i i. tI\.rh..t, making a dmonstiation of striking is an nmaz n' cute idee for the temperance _. wood from. the steamer .Hannibal. Yur'l'pf\. flZaL.IIV!-. ieMoi' e'R'r
i V. i.-- .
:.h. l.ayr m." uiM if... the l lame felldA&y v'" V : r&Iksj'; it's" per in;specufifie;' -X =W-wI'r.V /' gster; publishes' list of 3J; ( volunter --

._---_!_ fellow hide 1M.1ickerJ'-St.Louis Reveille. .' V in Aalbama for the
mao who strikes a little I to companies organized
From 'irri THE MAN OF LEISURE. is a coward,' mildly yet pointedly replied -; th-th-the War, besides three already arrived: ,, at
got. p-p-pewter, your
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS.Major : .. the seat of War.
"You'll please not to forget to ask the young man. Honor." V

the place for me, sir," said a pale, blue 'Do you call me a coward V roared .Brown, whose death, while ;n "Are 'a married manl" inquiredthe
eyed bay, as he brushed the coat of the the bravo, growing still more furious. command of the fort opposite to Mata- Recorder you Jiff; Lardner.We find in 'one of

rich man leisure at his lodgings. i Yes, if you strike me !V replied the moros, is so deeply regretted, was a native "'N-ri-ri-nol: exactly s-ssb far gone our exchange papers 'a statement, al!,. ..

Certaifcly not,' said Mr. Inklin, I will 1 poor cripple. in a cool and determinate of Bennington i ,.Vt., [the Springfield) sir." leging that Mrs. Lardner: formerly Mrs.Heavyside .
that electrifying to hear.'Then Gazette claims Major, Brown as a native yet, has again abandoned_ ;>> her .
be that in or tivo.1iid manner, was send the
going way a day "Well I will have to. you to
shoutedthe Massachusetts having been!born, and with an officer of
if I don't busband eloped
hang me "
you ask at the place for me yes I workhouse said the Recorder. ,
other into peifect frenzy it in Clarlcsburgh, 'Berkshire coIf the The story may be true, bu.t -
terday1! said the boy on the following Bursting a says, "T-t-t-taint nothin'! t-t-t-to go ,tb-th- army. .
he and darting at the cripple. so, he. must ha'e remQve4't.Q, Ben ( does not come very well authenticated. -
with "I-M'm used
day, quivering lip, as:: performed : there, said AII to it ;
when ash 'was : Her:co'nduyhiJe -j in this *
fellow coun
the same office. The weak and emaciated young nington quite young, .b.but when> 't. .i,talked about m1 1 *
his approched him, merely there he resided when. he enlisted into try was exerrip1: ry. V
'I as
'Xo, was the answer, was busy, enemy marriage, old fellow, yovLf-ff-frighten .
but I will to-day.' curled his haggard features into a the service,] and joined the army.there, femef"JVto! V < \
soldier. during the, last A certain amount. opposition isa
'Heaven mother mur- smile, and slowly lifted the forefinger as a common
jnered the boy help and my poor gazed listlessly, on of his right hand to ppint directly and war with England. He has, .of course, Bad-The White Pliins Journal trent help to a man, even ,a head winds < *

the' cent_ .. .ST....,..._ B Inklin.,..... _laid___ _in__ _his__ _hand._ n_ deliberately... at. his advancing opponent.We risen by his own merit. He, .1 like ,Maj. relates the following capital ancc- better than nothing.' dead No-th.in lm.: ever' .:
The went home. lIe ran to the never in-the world,11..0 witnessed.J so sudden Ringcold,left no widow or children to dote: :An, old lady the other day in worked hisVat in a c<<

hungry boy children with a loaf of bread he and extraordinary' effect produced mourn for him. The _nation, are: their, paying her fare on,,the Harlem. railroad Hardship i is the natural ,oil.of: manlood -,

The bullying Scott and CaptainDirnmock. Mexican .and .self reliance, ", .: ,
Captain .
had: earned by brushing the gentlemen'scoats in a manner so mourners. cars, was banded, a bright !-
at the hotel. They shouted with J boatman actually turned pale,;uid. are also fron Bennington.Capt. .- iollar of recent'coinage, by 1\It.l\lurk: ,.
he disap- Scott was always .famous. as a. irmkfni for': bill. D.1nenJ1.rhe Presbytery 'o I Ha i4isburg
jo and his mother held out her hand went off muttering oaths. a* .the agent, in : change
for while a smile flitted acioss peared around the corner.. marksman, and:before entering the army She looked at the :dollar: for an ,instant, (New School,) at' their recentneeririg
a .'
her face.portion We know this will read strangely, yet made it his sport to throw;an applet into ind then handed.-it: back.; -"\Yb:1j; i ; ,' Unanimoaslyadopted the fol

.Mother dear,' said the boy, ':Mr. Ink. only a true autograph f the,nature is ,the air, and.then pierce i it with ,n .rifle ;he'matter, good .1 lady V said jVIr.c Marks.< owing: ..resold.lion. pn, .th ::1IubJeet.

Tin thinks be can me the place, andI here set down.* The.scene .struck us .ball before. it. reached ,theHiscelerityas fgr und.- 4Doh't "you 'hikthe. .-money?" "No ,.1lon't lancing; : i
get -'
: shall have three meals a day; only being so' singular I ,. that although l most. shot. was such, that the ," was, the answer. "AncTwhy" Resolved, ,That it i is the delibcratailonvictton !
that dau-
think mother three meals and it won't difficult. tn cmbodv in 'discriptibo, we 'Vermonters got .up this fable.] They notl Is it not good!" said Air.Marks.. ofthis Presbytery; ,

take me three, minutes to run, home and could not i let it pass.-01 -' St. Louis Rtveille. say that once,.when he washunting, he "*Ypu 'see," said the old' lady, "we've ': rihg 'pjofessed Christians is in its

.. espied .a racoon,. and, lifting,his gun, jot into 'a war with' them Mexicans,' eudency sinful; that church sessions
share it with you.7The was.about.to fire, ,when the coon called and their money won't be good for nothing -; ; hould regard: it Hi fit subject for &dnonition ,
morning came; and the pale Jl Rich Joke Played off at the FairI :.-' Seoul" I ,and persisted jo, of.diicipine -
; out, "Is your name now..1-! V Jfir.,.Alaiks put,the MexI-' :
:.boy's voice trembled with eagerness as I We have been informed of a rich joke ,"Yes was.the reply. i shjierjno.hjs'pQCkt" and.handed ;. and tfiat we.commend; ,every. spiroprlate -
be asked Mr. Inklin if he had obtainedthe off by.,a Baltimoreanon V, "V V I cnn ; .. is forth fe
which was played "You needn't, fire, then,? ,aid the, his customer a ,one; dollar_ "promise 4p to fTortVhlCh ,put

place. a Philadelphia the' late, National coon,*"forJ will come right\ down." .'':'- She 'w s. satisfied,' and Mr.Mark's oppress this evil. .;
leisure but : y
JVot yet, said the man of It ats..thnt. > >************ *********************** .
Fair Washington. app : in ,the: Florida._ .war. '. f'j rM. >'>*BM M* BM n ,
I Dimmock was : alongi
passed '
.there is time enough. a Mr. H-, of Philadelphia, who was and when riding between two .teams,at; .- It J* 'to_ afleciiqn the whole. ; world] '
\I The cent that morning was wet with of at the < : whole ol( coxcombs. Nat -,
attending as chief managers, some'distance from: both, he was fired _Hear,tqign.A;hlustcringTfellowin owes its' .race
tears.. Fair, was extremely} fond of associating on by t wo Indians/ and his,horse killed. Connecticut, .some years ago, cqmTiitted ore in. her whole' drama ne'ver; drew

\ Another morning arrived. with the great: men.of this and all other'nntions under him., The:Indians then .rushed numerous'.irospas ea and abuses I ucb a part;, she has sometimes made aool
v 'It is thoughtless' in the boy to visit the exhibition. r but coxcomb is always of his bw.:1aki *,
very w happened to ,him, bpt,'befo \hcYJ reachedhinv Upon
ie here so late, said Mr. Inklin.. ,NotA He embraced every opportunity .he upon.shot, them both. < :. because forbearance, ',was !long exe.rc} i :_ !!..... '! ... : ':.

soul to brush inycoaL' of being;'in j .their company! until finally V The Springfield,Gazette says,'cjLieut.; towards him; Ueat; ,lenffih.prpcejeded;, '
\ The child came nt length V, his face his,ideas; of distinction, ..became so' 'Burbank"oCVo ccster, was 'wounded. ip personal violence. This: was too : ,:Li5 rt4i :'yrui. App1et n'Esq-, .i :

,two lien with weeping. elevated; that.he imagined himself the. in tbeeogagemcnt.n the 9th; Lieut., )uuch for,the abused, man; who sprang. a{pston, has pfifbred to give $25,OOO.te-*

.'i am i. sorry to disappoint you said "9bser e'd;of'all observers" among the Marcy from Greenwich,. was, in the jpon 'the blend; :Beat him severely,: raifds fopndihg Episcbpal.Stmrnjaay -:

.the man of leisure, 'but the place inS most :distinguished 'visitors On the. ,thickest: of,the same:%htj: Lieut.. Hug- .brew:,him upoQ the-. ground and con- : r in that :Dioceie, :if any. eaoa) sum. ;;

.!Ir. C's. store was taken up yesterday. .morning the 27th, however,'an individual glesrof the: 5th regiment of intantryj' tin ed, chastise. him, when :he bel'pw !-. can, bo ,raised, .for the: same pKrpete/' .

The boy stopped brushing, and burst entered the, ,Payillion) who was also ,in' that, engagement, and Jbieut.PJummer .., ; .f.d 4)ut-?'Stopi ,ejgbbor J stop-do3ear from other .o rceJ. -
.afresh into tears. 'I. don't care "nowj"1.Qid"b pointed out to him (and from. his dress i -are natives of Barreof. : /' i,- 'prcasonrnoiv* do sJop, ,ana hear r

sobbing, *sre way as well starve' and manners would 'have been taken' as '.:o.Je&6n.n The.late news, from. Texas. Wickedness, conderaacd.by her pwa;

.Mother.is'.dead.* V such)as the.Prussian. Minister,' when : .JtmfJril, the jCfarjestonThe !l&.-I:; ,brought this occurrence- 1: '- to' mind' Itteems ritness, is very timofoos, aad.HI51 .

The man ofJ leisure. 'was shocked,,and he intimated that he had had a'former Registry ,Bpoky otthe;;,flbOVVHOtC: J; : ho yt.ha Gen. Taylor ,has pc"e: t' dv.1th conscience, always fers-. .

the gave the pale boy'a dollar.. .in trod action-' nnd' claimed the privUegeor"jhowih shows that the: number. of iravellertwho lone just as' h&abused''Yankee'farmer utehevilngsr fear iinoilhiVsg!

Mr. Inklin *2i taken ill. He said him I rotin L After 'beingcngaged ,; havepatroniseidl, !ttjs fistablishmentfrojnjttfe :lid taken V is.jowiitime ;to.. fl$94'iht. Isebut' a betrayingof 'therhich iqe :

V often that he thought relig'ionmight' be somer two-hours irf conversatibri .' Jstpf, p ctober,14$,' ..toJfie1st J .caU wj Ji ,.e Alt.Ii.. 411'. : V V reisoa.'pfiendew.!

good..thin'g1 aed meant to.look into'it.Au .. relative' to'.the'' 3ifferer& tnaBufaetureV : June,i tf 6, amount's*to..i.$. qO\:f 1*.!: y feey
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bat .- 'offered ., j/jC1Jkfltd 1 n I ,rill b a an egg. will W!<< &1'1.tlte vrict : ?
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5 ii ;:.. ;" ''F .' .. ..tN. E..WS C ,. -' .. .. >.....- 'S ..... Florida's patriotic BeJreseDtativeWe. ..\ .. S -PUBLIC. .. 4.;wEET1NG..... In.a strong prospect 'of the p." &feec
,}'0 JJ" ,.' .. It is 'a matter i of ;great 1.ImPJU also fi&d*-'f f,.in.connection. t with the- above, ,* Agreeable.to previoas notice, a very this Bill the doffliaant party bavieg fc..

tp JACKSONVILLE o *' JCNE'26.-. tUG that the Conve *tieti.t*jir** be heJd'at: So- a letter- 'from Mr.B.,dated Washington* -/ ,. respctablemeetflg.of' the Democratic dared that they will allow it'a i.....

wannee Springs'neit'Jmonth,'lo nominate June 9th, 1846, addressed to Col.,.S.: citizens ,of Alachua county, met at the sion of only S ten days in'the Hoi .

a suitable candidate. to represent S. SIBLEY, Editor of ,the Tallahassee Court House at* Newnansville* on the North Narolina' papersrneatiea- t&e e
the-people of.Florida- the'next Rep- Floridian and friends Florida 17th inst. for the purpose of nominatingdelegates
i other sudden death of Mr. Louis D. Hearr Itec
resentative branch of an American Con ) to attend Convention to be '
'who had written the
to him on subject one of the leading public men of tk.
_111 should be '.there-is held at the Lower Mineral Springs in
719T AfrNITERMARYeP A91BRICAIfIffBBPBNBBNCB. greu as every pro- Convention, which he could n6tse. Stair, and in 1842, the Democratic ts*.
ai bqbility. ,' well attended. Whoever- the Columbia county, to nominate. Representative
i i t! p mtely, but has jointly answered: It didate for Governor.
.t. The citizers of Jacksonville and vicinity nominee may be, selected by that body -would afibrd',us much pleasure to publish to'the neitU.: S.:'Congress.

I w.- are respectfully invited (to cooperate for the suffrages of _the Democratic it in full,,as it contains important When on motion of Taos.' 1. PBEVATT Jl RunoTtd Change in the Cd .ft.-

. with the Committee of Arrangements party, it is to be desired, it is to be expected measures which ought to )C taken into Esq, Major JOHN SANCHEZ%,was Rumors the Cabinet of ,a are contemplated rife in Washington cb Bge..{J...

: : in the Celebration of the National will be such; an one, as will be consideration and fully discussed by the called to the chair,and GEORGE M. GAL- Mi. Buchanan, it is said, is not in faro

-4 ..!)irtb day of nor country, and seventy received with general satisfaction, :and Democratic party of Florida, but owing PIN,.appointed Secretary. of a settlement of the Oregon qaettio
: I 'first Anniversary of American Indepen the means again of uniting the. party, to its length,'the size of our sheet,and / When the chairman in a few brief on the te'rms submitted By the.President i

U dence. '. which, we"are sorry to say, have been crowd of other matter, the friend ,of and appropriate remarks explained the that he to the will Senate consequently, and it is retire supposed

The Declaration of Independence will somewhat disunited for" a short time the ,Representative must be satisfied object of the meeting. the Department of State either to from the C. .

be .read by CHABLES' H. PCLOT, Esq., past. .By Convention is the proper method with the following eitract.M When on motion of Gen. EUSSELL, it vacant seat on the Supreme Bench,. or

. and an Oration delivered by S.. Wr.DOGGETT. of making nominations for high With no ordinary feelings of glad WHS unanimously resolved that the.. will take Mr.. McLane's place at LOQ.
: ,. Esq. and distinguished offices. Hal Mr. I have chairman select a committee of threeto don, he being about to return on account
ness, seen our people awakeningand I
:f > -A procession will ,be formed, atWOOD'S BROOTEMBKOUGH been nominated in this' rallying for',a Convention. T eir appoint Delegates to attend said I of ill health. Mr. Rush, in that
will take Mr. Buchanan'
i Hotel, at 1-2 past 10 o'clock, manner instead of caucus nomination, own spontaneo movement, .it will' be" Convention.The : event in t'le, D pdrtment. Another change.seat U
; and At : I
radical such
thorough. a moment -
t A. M., from whence, it will proceed to there would have been no difficulty, no it is not to be believed that Florida following gentlemen were appointed -: also spoken of,' it being said that Mr.
the Presbyterian Church, where, after such thing as a contested elections-he will\ cast her first presidential..vote by the chairman, viz: Dr. JOHN ; Bancroft will retire from the Navy Department {

ii the throne of Grace being addressed by I would have received the whole, the un far a Whig-a bank-tariff federal P. CRICUTON. WJLLIAJT DELL and JOSEPH : to make room for Mr. Hay

;the Rev.. Mr. A. B. BURKS, the Declaration I divided support of the. Democracy of internal improvement man-for General PHICE, Esq. tvood, of North Carolina. j e

'. of Independence be read, and, I Florida,. but being chosen as he was, Scott or Henry Clay. The respons.ibilit"y -', After being absent a short time the Major Gen. Gaines, passed throng! U

; the Oration delivered, after which, ,the many of his,own party were opposed Florida resting the upon which the Democrats to of committee returned with the following the city yesterday, with his suite,'on
duty they owe
r usual Benediction. j him, owing, to such nomination, and their themselves their. names, which after being submitted to his route to Washington. The warm
I 4; : country, to to testimonies of and
t est sympathy
I : A Dinner_ will be provided by Mr. O. made no effort to secure his election) brethren in the Union, is tremendous. the meeting were unanimously appointed .. signalized his departure from New

WOOD, at the Hotel, which will be on but rather to defeat him, if possible. The resj-onsibility which will be thrown I Gen. S. RUSSELL, T. J. PREVATT, Orleans; and \vhcrev. he goes, he wijl

'Table at 2 o'clock, P. M. The sub- When the Convention convenes, and upon their nominee, if elected, will be Esq., \Vu. GIBBoNs, LEWIS ALD&ICH, : find none who distrust his patriotism,

: scription List is left at this office, and makes it choice, we feel assured that no who light would bu then.do his He duty should, and be give a man the Esq., S. R. PILES, and Maj9r JOHN J. j jSA or who countrv.have-Char.forgotten Ver.his 17th services insl. this C

:T all the citizens, irrespective of party, choice will be strenuously supported by vote of the people given at the polls, if cnEz. -
:I N are respectfully invited to subscribe. the Democracy. Yes,the\chole Demo. their favorite candidate should get before On motion of THOS. J. PREVATT.Esq., District Judge cf Ptll7Ullralda.Tbe

: The Procession will take up the line cratic party will again be united and the House ; and if not for the next it was resolved by the meeting that the U. S. Gazette says that the lion. J. K.

of march as follows : found rallying for their candidate, and best States' Right Republican of the Secretary be requested to furnish, the Kare, Attorney General of Pennsylvania
; t three presented to him; fearless of all! the has been nominated by the President .
for the advancement of their Delegates with a certificate of appoint
1. Committee of Arrangements. principles. terrors, and scorning the honors, and as District Judge, for the District t
,- : g 2. Reverend Clergy. Democrats of our young and prosperous corrupting influences which have been ment. of Pennsylvania, in the place of Judge
t* =* 3. Orator and Reader. State, buckle on your armours-prepare brought to bear with such fearful effecton On motion of Gen. RUSSELL, it was Randall, dece scd.
I 4. Honorable the Intendant, andCouncilmen. for the approaching political contest ; similar occasions. No man ought resolved that the proceedings of this .
I = .. to thrust himself forward for such Another correspondent
a be in the Jacksonville Slaver Captured.-A f
enemies will use effort to meeting published
o) 5. Strang'rs. your every position ; no man should'be chosen as of the New York Merchants
;. 6. Brigadier General and Stafl; of defeat you ; and when the battle shall a candidate who has 'not been canvassed News. Exchange writes under date of St. Helena

a 4ti! Division. have been fought, may the cry be, we by his own political family in Con There being no further business be- April 25th, that a brig fifted; out
T 'iJ 7. Colonel and Staff; of 12th Regi- we have met the enemy at the ballot vention. Personal vanity would never fore the meeting, they adjourned. for slaves, marked on her stern, "James
L ;di ment. box, the victory ours-we have elect- lead me to seek such n trust. The JOHN J.SANCHEZ, Chairman. Wilson, New York," was found abandoned
: 8. Citizens. ed another Democratic nomination before tendered to me would GEO. M. GJLPIN, Secretary. lying at anchor at Kabenda,
; ; HENBY D. HOLLAND, ) qTHOS. Representative have been promptly declined when objection i _ ,, without crew, flag or papers on batrd; ,
I ; O. HOLMES, l to the Halls of Congress. wa made, had it not been too by H. M. B. ship Acteoii, and taken
: 1 f
l late for another nomination.. Elected CAPT. HABDEE, &c.-We are pleasedto
T t ..: GREGORY YALE, ? = t possession of.
I ; WILLIAM ALSOP, I : {U DVe acknowledge the receipt of by the people, after n vexatious contest find (says the Savannah Georgian,
: ((1 A. B. HAZZARD, J i the first number of the" Whig Banner," over the most, miserable set of techni- of the 20th inst.) this promising officerin For the Sent of War.-French-Po/un

.' I N. B. Thp Pews of the West aisle a new paper published at Palatka,E. F., cal quibbles ever set up to frustrate the the saddle, ready, with broad sword, leers.-The Philadelphia Sentinel states
4 that C. \V. Bert
r will of an intelligent people, I obtained rand, son of'the French
i will be reserved for the Ladies. Those by GEORGE AL GSOUARD, Jr. .Mr. my seat. Pending the excitement.produced to charge on the enemy. On the 1st General Bertrand, with five other
I t : of the East and centre isle'for citizens Grouard was the editor and proprietor by such n contest, I looked for- inst. he left Matamoros with Capt Ram- Frenchmen; have volunteered their services -

generally, as also the gallery of.the late Florida Stat.esman," prjnLea wan!.vafifuely.being a candidate again; say and four drngolii, passing over the ,: to the United States Government
: p "- '. *ruI4uflVii1Cj 1Ullt'JMO.. "at this plac :---This new acquisitionto but, subsequent reflection and events, battle fields, vividly' alluded to by "H." i in the war against Mexico and have
East Florida, hails to be an advocateof and personal considerations of an imperious of the Picayune.The been accepted. They passed throughthat

t4; IEBy the arrival of the'Gaston yes Whig doctrine._ ,, and supports the to, nature retire from.nIl determined political me contests percmtorily -, grave of Capt. Hardee's comrade wax. city on their way to the seat of
and through the l kindness of 'election of Mr. Was the Ed ;
terday, CABELL. and pursue my profession at home. -"poor Inge," who left a young
. ; C apt. PECIC, we are indebted to our correspondents itor a Whig, when he published: paper Nor would the mere possession of po. _wife a; Baltimore, and arrived; at Point. West Point-The members the
., I of the Georgian and Re. called the "Florida Statesman !" If litical honors yet confer upon me any Isabel with recruits, just in tim.. to : graduating class at West Point, whoso
; Fc. publican, for late Savannah and Northern he was, it was kept pretty closely personal gratification. Such testimonials exhibition took place m Thursday
i of respect and honor are of course march with Gen. 'fa.lor-a soldier: who last, havo/rcceived orders to remainat
-k papers. The papers do not bring concealed. Doe an Editor have to always flattering and agreeable ; but fell in the arms of victory, was pointed West Poin until 1st July) that the

the cheering intelligence of another viet change iiis name whenever he changes: valuing nothing in the place except the out, near where one of the enemy's bat government may have opportunity
t tory having been achieved, l"y the brave his politics 1 The Florida Statesman"was good opinion manifested by the choice, teries was posted. to command their services.Deat't '4'

: American army. But something of ndifferent published by George Grouard, and 1 should still have declined peremptorily. On the 7th inst. "H. ,writes to-the -
:: nature, which i is important. that the Ban- 'But after receiving so many friendly of a lltNlut'Ollat'Jlatnot-
we now perceive Whig
letters from all quarters of 'Florida Picayune that "the Dragoons under Col. ThomasV.lte)", a soldier of the
S .: The N. O. Tropic, of the 18th lost ner" is published by George 31. Grou urging me again to accept a nominationIf Capts. May Graham and Hardee, who Revolution, died at his residence in Ef-

: says"A letter was received in .town ard, Jr. Is this the same man Yes, tendered and expressing such kind have_ been at Fort Polk a few days, ,refreshing fingbam county, Geo., on the 31st ult.,

.r yesterday,\\'hich.stated that Gen. Arista George Grouard, that, a, few months and flattering-ooinions; and consultationwith their .men and horses, moved in the 84th year of his age. At the
, friends ore entitledto time of his death he was in the receipt
Gen. for whose'opinions
had sent proposals to Taylor conducted which
ago, a paper pretended their within four
camp to-day up to or of$b00 yearly from
respect deem it due to the friends government as a
an armis'ice, and that he had established to support' 'the principles' of the Democratic who have sustained me through good five miles of Palo Alto, where they will pensioner. In the army of the revolution

I his head quarters. at Monterey with party! But, alas, it is now and evil report-more respectful to my' remain some days on the prairie." he was n Lieutenant in the line

a : 15,000 men. Gen. -Tiylor is said to George,MGrouard,'Jr., who is publisher fellow-citizens generally and consistent Kendall, of the Picayune,. was at and as Assistant Quarter Master.

: have sent back an answer hot he editor and proprietor of a sheet entitled with duty, not to say 'peremptorily' ,thatI Point Isabel, and would reach Matarno- Death of an old Citizen. Theodore *
.t would Gen. Arista will riot serve in any event ; but to say
meet the Banner. The wind
to the friends who have written ros on next day (8th.) Dwight,the brother President Dwight
.J We have DO doubt of the trutk of this changes; .so baa Mr. qr uard changedhis to me many and those they represent-one "H." confirms the improvement of of Yale College, died at New York on

. S rumor." .. name and his politics. ; and all-as if this answer was addressed Col. Mcintosh and other wounded officers Thursday last, aged! 82 years. Mr.
S The following copied from the Savannah to eaeh, that I beg they will ,consider and while is Dwight was Federalist of the old
L Republican, is.the latest received THE BRIG FRANCES."""':-In looking out the momentous_ posture of affairsin men, Captain Page school, at one time a Representative ia
t the settlement. of the of a window of our ,office yesterday. the coming election,.and putting entirely out of danger: "but has made n dreadful Congress from Connecticut, and subsequently .< .
J S i: concerning morning over the beautiful St. John's, 'aside all of their personal friendship -' sacrifice, to,his'country's honor." the editor of the Daily Advertiser 5
Oregon question.THE ,' and the claims which they haveso The kind attentions of the officers of New York, the Albany Daily
f I S TREATY RATIFIED. the first object that attracted. our'atten; considered a 'and Advertiser, and the Hartford Courant.S
: kindly :me: having, and to the wounded and dying
'JfattotalIntelligencer,of the 19th don were the l letters F. L. T.,,inserted:: looking only to the great matters of surgeons As an editor he was highly esteemed.
,I fnst contains the following gratifying in three Units,, waiving it.the masthead, 'stale involved do what is best for the (three men having. died.) are highly.
intelligence:-*'Ii is with unfeigned .of-Ibis vessel With" this emblem. of .State-select the best man'for the State | commended. Important from, the Cape of .Good ;
:; pleasure that,we nnn. nce to the public beneroleuce and her commander -harmonize all' 'faiences( an'd'not ; Hope.-The ship Natchez, Capt. \Va- .
* the, ratification, by ,the Senate, of the charity : think of me'until the last, the very last THE 'TABiFF.-r-The'Washington correspondent terraan, from Canton, via the Cape off,,'
. L :, !Treaty for the settlement of the Oregon ;nd'r wMll i r be hailed, wtierever in,the roll and catalogue .of Democrats,' of Baltimore American, Good Hope armed At New-Yorkf |#

., .; 1--controversy.! ,. '. there.,is an..:Odd' ,,-, Fellow. ,. iprjtb Friend4&ipLove until they shall4' have' canvassed the under date'of the .10th, ,states that Mr. Sunday: night, bringing intelligence '
. t f : 'Tbe injunction of secwcy harlot': and Truth, beieg j the gloved: claims and capacities of every other:Democrat McKay's bill,'it was believed, would not from The the Knar COM np to .the 29th April. "
4 r been removed by the Senate,but enough motto of the\ glorious.'institution tff Odd who would TicQept the n mina.lion. ''tribes ,had .commenced
. of the proceeding* is .known., and' cer .. I aS8u eallltho&e: who are pleased pass. A bill from Mr. Hungerford, a hostilities against the Burgher inhab& l
tajnly known, to enable,us to state that. 'Fellowship' May the brig never encounter consider me as'having:,claims upon .. member. .of, the 'Committee. of Ways and- tants of the Colony and several ea :
tte! ratification: passed by n vote of fortfoiit -. a' .storm 'atsea.: ', and: may her the party, and all who consider them. Means, bad been reported the House,. gagemel1 .and skirmishes had taken

__ __ l iojburteeji, 'n aj9rity.y belijye 'commander, ere be. governed :.by ,,the selves under,the obligations of private which it was thought would 'meet with place .between, ] them, and the British
t 'unequalled..;on, any important motto that j U unfurled'.to tthe breeze: and S friendship, .4hit I shall .consider such favor. Col Bar; tle Lieut. Governor -
treaty, except the treaty of 1842.: when his days'shall have.ended ID'this claims thus best satisfied and all obli. mere S had declared the Colony under ,martial .
**ARejxrl8a/s that thedebateinlhev.Senate gations thus best rep lid, byihe>> I harmony The following details of the bill are law., The savages bad collected ia
; t 'ibree< life, may be'carry- with, hthat i passport ; given the wrltei great force, but it Juil ,1 t nvdetermincd ,
( jbe. J 1i.t.tVP'! or days, of our party,'the success of.jts principles by :-
1 njthouffb: jn jBecret session lias. ..beenceemMglsjpjrited which*will gain his dmit a .Into; And ,the lightheartedness with "The,,range"of duties is L'igherban to prosecute the. war with vigor, ';.
[ S e? i and. 'interesiiBgPowl&lv. .- -' ice'celestial Lodge,abovet, ; ,which I hal.t r from heavy and /earful those ,in the.Bill before the Committee, '
: t sometw hence. when no lur- ,' .- "-" """ of 5 responsibilities to the practice 55 of my, .and there js marked, discrimination i in, The Locusts.-Gentlemen who fear. ".,..
... d ccawbo.or'wcrecy shall, exis!r.. ,;[D?;'>Viretgrii CJq!',' thanks.:to ,members .favorite"|iu)':esjan. with,anew'zeal, andthchappy favpr of iron, 'nnd sugar. All :cotton examined. the W on the locusts wings ,,.,,
: bo&.. ..;debates.. emaj'Siv' tosPH' t .ip.I tF.I" of 'Congress.Jo :mapy important '.: consciousness of Having faith goodsjmd or.ted'and, woollen goods, say this that during the Revolutionary war !: I
.'off % ." :f SS public docuraenta.Among --those received ,. fully' 'performed my: duty :in accepting; and,geodi of which cotton,woollen' and, .significant letter was just as di.* "
!in conceiting,. in serving,. and m'retir- worsted are .he! :principal ,parts, pay tinct, .as nowj and, they: say .also tka&I
J. I) Jt9.! f.!! g 1g; S S : Copies; oY-), a" :speeTch,Snate.tfie Jl'. I S clothing .ihe> same.< Agricultural coincidence. with ,tfee thir ea orb ;;J ,

1jfrinarNew. Qrlealf.under..iiatet. af ;13LbS ,:HON.Wi; JH ,jiocMNioTJOH,, a S"rEz Pzzrro.--TheChaile" on: 'produces.the''same, *nd; ,goods.,made at: gmul! states which tkea became.treeandindepen4ntand ;
.' BHL after.the. ;Mercury. : Jnrt;Thayk-'Jt fr'rumored' : 2hat Gea. the,Armyc pproprktion! :. : .J'tbe
adherence of the locusts oiei ..
riew; has tiWUUWto wU 1 to a
steamer proved /JFpreign four
D cla 1 f..W.rrwj xlco We ? jceijts abusbelj
,,. tJ6f :. uei lQ J li toG o. ( "* V'T / --is: V period i is an'QBifl us cprs9ioa of.disapprobation : .
tencICqfl'ee( Jier CRt whenbre&ght ;
r ;
ltber admiration, oCn11. .he ;twenty ,
f Yesterday ; -
did ; .
; : y loiair,1 .'I,.n",. .....I... "i' 'I ,34 s' }._. ;. would gi'eJ.tpu>>_ icjt l!; .ut space. ;camp tbrougrHn-rajiil l 'hours-from'.NewYorkfcrJngTrig : ia EAertcar ,vewels, and ,ip at the 'admission of MVstater ,'-f. ;I
L __ .itb'a 4I.I .bS* s .Il....if.s.....'".r -or'...." .MtJ1..:,.. __...":.:-tLI )<'if' P.tttj! :: !! u J\! *t. : the papers with'the'news f0rsj ip; v fiels .1 when_ .::the'term: of our J particularly, of.V ,Texas.,? ,*. ? '"** J. .<* .....zr

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,;SGRtsSlONAL INTELLIGENCE.'E # eotthe. N9. fle1is. I aigh:l :Mr.:. .Schatzell, aiicthe: i. ;eter'"Americans :t' f ci- iOQOIilMMrTfeefol ,.. l. ",,"
JUfl 16 1846. PCIKT ISABEL,. Jane 7, 1846. : who 'f ilFI8re8M.ij... t rf. .1- : .
.: jsuI1GTON, Dear Delta-:-The delegation from; 'were BO rarely; driveo: Ofrkgamedofficers; arrived. ,... the at ,
Mr. Al- r
from <{
morning .
Senate this Ampudiahad reached :, Galvestoa Lieu*,. :SflliUj o"f" 1. 'ff" '
the Legislature or'Louisianaarrired yesterday: ti .
I. _
* from on .,_
.i his request excused the :;Galveston and the ten ,Tampico safety, though shakenin Gordon, Johns, and Van Bokkekr,'- of ,_....t'. ala.. ; :;-
0* gentlemenwill Lard J&-
Chairman of the Comer health their forced .9 "1. .. .
of .
by ;
rrice as j ,the 3d,Infantry, .dettiaed for NewWrt,: ,. .
Foreign Relations. The rea.pigned accompany this afternoon me to Taylor's sthree'.hundred.miles. They.took,shipping : Ky; Capts.,Morrison and Morris,oitUe4th o.d- tf't'thC'- :".".":11".,, ..' .'..:l.It&I'.a.N. (_-, ..",., ;, :

teofl that recent events in camp losg'prairie 'on tHe 23d ult. for:this place! ,where .: :; :
was, Infantry; mad Mootgeswy "
ride of27' miles., Capt. :
The 45wM
had satisfied him.ecoa1&I news they .may be:hourly expected and Lwrts TIaUlM8f: t the 'ibGeg, ..raW :_ ": ,
' to .Drego of the brevet rank of : ; Barbank,: Jordofi, J*<*r : .
Major .
cs retain the post 'yith- conferred Gen. In 'order thai friends,abroad,need:'not' :Ily,.and_.Recret, of:.tbeilh Infantry,'." '.. : ff l8' t.h, ". ."._
being on Taylor
meets ia '
gth Senate, his vIewsemiiddiC1i with universal :be apprehensive to,the troops stationed -New York; .LleaUi 1 Marcy, .Raggles,. &e as the "*rtkM cI1\''' ,
satisfaction from the of
: ecDt from that of the I ; here suffering the absolute necessaries and Crhtea4entof the 5th Infantry .:: MtC M ..., '
I I ficers.of; the whole Army. 'of life,'we will inform that Philadelphia; Majs.\JBains,i and Seawrell, )nIraadare-......_:t.. -, upon, .the .wfe.l.j,..... .. ,
It is rumored .here that Gens. Scott __ '
)jontY.t.IO' Mr. Webster: it was I of all things .to subsist and glDg. '\ ,
A or and Wool are ordered 'to. Mexico this necessary so large Cants): *Hawkii and. Lt-e, "and. : '" The
$fl3t1' Ch'd'.. .. a body, .there is a sufficiency and .to' Leuts.'Hrnaffy, and Wood,,of h17brhaJsinweefly'tj4
that ,
intelligence! does not; meet with the besides thkyear.,: :la some part*:of .the 'M :
bIflotted3D. {or t rrow. "'.- jamefavor. :spare; scarcely:any of the delicacies the 7th: Infantry, :fot Boston; Capt.IIuntr 'i .r

said ht could not let ", IS': which'our Southern cities i present and Lieuts. ,Lowrey and Sanders ?. eattjag has already.cemmentai.oy. .
Cnss :
On ,
U wltbout giving JlIS: \eS"rtun' I Thursday, the Ricardo Rangers but what 'can, be obtained.here'in abun. of the.3d Dragoons,for Baltimore. .- ,There; is,a'.ne w,ttertfn"&t'to. I '
: were sent out on a scout,after some -S' wards '
tbe-lnoble manner in4whichMfflen ,dance.; freedom'iaIsaIy, Adored ky Xi.t '
on3' to armed Mexicans, who were discovered 'Pmm the Ni Y; Son'Extra. 15th 1nzt : Charles'Albert .
discharged the arduous Gem .I1put4.VIe are compelled Sardiaia.. .. Sft
bad prowling about ,in the vicinity of the ARRLVAL QF 'rUE, 'STEAllSflli''GREAT "" .

f: 01 I Ctoirman. He also said that" ,. Andrew Jackson They returned to cut down somewhat an, 'article.:upon WESTERN. 7: Xsc; 'ZelaaJ.-.T ,It acc*& Ii\
ties would he be inLl -, camp. this Mexican, .brave. '; 'DAYS ".no.M from '
VJBO circumstances .without finding them but theirmatch < 'J' ELEVEtf LATER New Zealand state 'at th.trsef*
to fill the vacancy. discovered on An amusing,.ftqry: JJ...totd by ,aRan.chero'softhe 3UROPJE.* J ". i in, the North. were ancamped .' : ; A. ". ': ..
through < ;.
The resolution heretofore offered by furnished they by a Mexican,infofraatio'n ,a lot, of- :I haste and, trepidation Accouchement ofA* QUK .BirLj.DaigkerCorn. .' .eight miles from:nh .PaII1j(: Xaitir .. "11'i' ,
for an adiientorCowreMOBthtflOlhJnly- In tilchhe'.crossed the'rirer..onl "j *'
providing BUI. Pasted he i principal j allyt
armsv-swords: pistols, etc. concealed inn < ...... ., ;,
e afternoon; of the 9tb of May a: day "
; Lords.-Mexican War sews Received
Ranchero's house about miles .
five likely .to be remembered inhis callen- Algeria.-: Marshal Bugeand will :;
in 5 "
u.keD 1p. called attention to the from camp. These, as well as the possessor dar. The good woman "s'iys thatAmpudia England.'fhe'Steamship shortly return to.Francet having resigned -* :...,t'

)lr. Lewis ,. were captured by them, and Grear\Vestern; Captain the post JGovernor General of A). .'. ...
been 'her after
answer has yet re- .came to house soon the .Matthews arrived this forenoon
cttht no brought into The proceeds of ircria. Nothing; determined as to ,.
camp. yet
uJnnthe President relative to firing commenced at full speed and :**
from Liverpool which she left
the will be distributed his
booty successor
for among alone and her, husband like '
and the means prose- begged a the 30th ultb.T '101
finances the Ric. is
". ih&war 'jth.Mexico. He hoped and captorjs. perfectly at home, hound to cross him over.the river be Queen*Victoria became the mother of ThiOverland.Vailfroza l"dia.-.l*. -
better fellow i in
at iing no day J would Si fixed at present. a camp never went fore those shouting devils, the Americans five children'' on the afternoon of Monday dia and China.-By an express' extraordinary ; -

discussion, the resolu- on a volunteering expedition. could overtake him. .The which reached London the '
After further poor -a 'great factin the ,history of on .
afternoon Lu Col. Wilson
till Monday next Yesterday husbandman, complied and ferried the 20th ult. in anticipation of the mail
,3 was postponed with of the England, which ,was duly announced,to we .
companies Infantry
21. poor, crest fallen terror striken hero have"received advices from Ina and \
a rote of 31 to Desba's Mobile Volunteers inhabitants London by the firingof : a '...
K Capt. and
m ,
'The Senate insisted upon its amend- across ; but he had no sooner landed guns and other demonstrations of China. The dates are-Calcutta; April
:lt5: 10 the supplemental war bill, and Capt. Texas,_ Rangers' Flint, accompanied and placed the broad river between him joy.: The young stranger is a female; 7. ; .Madras t.'13 Bombay, 15 China "'..
[' by Capts. Ogden and .volunteer '
+ of conference was appoin.Thejont self and his pursuers, than he becamethe and, according to the phraseology' of March, 29. .
rnitt line of march for Smith Reinoso, took about up their 60 haughty, supercilious Gen. Ampu- the court bulletins is like the mother, fhe Bombay: Times of April 15, hj I ..

resolution from the House, miles from Matamoros. : dia again, and ,ordered his preserver to "doing well." The,Queen entered on the following brief summary of the -;

:roviding Jor the repayment of monies with his 1800 cavalry has Gen.Canales fallen back, play lackey and groom to himself and her 27th year. few days back. news:-The last fortnight has proved
different Slates for the horse. has perfectly barren of intelligence. The
j iranced by the i and is entrenched at Reinoso. A brush The effect of the Mexican news

Tiipment of volunteers, was read He is rememdered as the first man been 'to raise 'the price 'of American Commander-in-chief, like the governor
therefore be looked
nee and rcfered to the Military Com- I. and may the command of Lt.for Col.between Wilson.him from the field of battle, who,.as ,an apology produce. On its receipt many persons ;general,,has quitted the Paunjaub: tha

htee. It will probably be passed to- Sickness for his own cowardice, swore that I instantly withdrew their cotton Britis -garrison remains inactive at La? .

orroW'. the prevails volunteers to some extent the entire Mexican ,army was destroyed I mentioned in our last that the I hore, where the people 'are conducting .

Mr. Webster presented the proceed- hoiveyer throughout bowel confined One of the many rumors afloat is, proposition'of the'Mexican Governmentfor themselves_ with propriety but there -
to complaints chiefly
; that Ampudia has Arista with seems a considerable of turbo "
charged amount
50ra large meeting at Lowell,Mass., but no sign of fever. Tbevater and placing the debt upon a new footing, .
ffavor of a vigorous prosecution of the the treachery-with haying sold! the armyto by the proprietors, in London. The lence in the country.
corn are principal causes.
green the Americans. A hard bargain, indeed The new cantonments'werebeing ar
proposition was negatived by the bond
with lexico.Ir. Letters .
ar sent from the States for volunteers
Dix notice that to-morrow should be to .Arista, for his only pay was holders. Bnt a new and more favorable'proposition'is I. ranged the Jul under Poab, and their
gare addressed to the re
I cannon balls and cold steel. Ampudiasays garrisons assigned to tbeuv The Bom
expected to be'ma.le.In ) .
trill call Warehouse Bill, for.e ,
up giment to which hey belong addingthe .
of "explaining its provi- further, that he would, have won. ,the mean time,. 'the present positionof bay troops had begun to arrive at Ro
purpose Colonel's name. If this were done, the day had he had the command. The Mexico affords small chance of the ree about the first week of April, and

JSS. : much disappointment would be preven lying braggart the man' who ran at London capitalists ."bl eding" freely:in were to. be distributed m the manner
Several matters having
The Post office j U
department DOW'attended
the first velley, when second in command the matter of the loan.. formerly described. The people in the
of he Senate resumed
xa disposed to the U. S. Quartermasters
by -
consideration of the Post Office i ,. to talk of what he would have The Steamer Cambria went home in western India were beginning to suffer "
e who have of other things much
done'as chief. twelve sustained from scarcity, miinly brought about by
days having no
; Bill. A long dIscussion injury
pprupriatiun more than they can well attend to,
We understand that Canales is at 01. while Cape Cod. the deficiencies'last season's rains..u- ..
the item of$25,000 for ro.ail on .
ose upon and Geo. Taylor) has expressed his determination
from New York to Bremen. tnitos Rancho, five leagues on this,side The Cambria, ,Captain Judkjns ar Cholera: was spreading amongst the na.
earners to ask the Postmaster at '
of Riodosa leaving contributions lives. India generally u quiet. Some ..
upon rived.here ,on the afternoon o. Thursday
agreed of 27
WAS finally to by a vote New
Orleans send
to proper persons the and them of all failures houses connected '
21. people, plundering after a splendidpazsage, with the European! .
into this to attend to that busi-
country their mules and with have occurred. The
other moveable
pro intellingence of the which : .
An amendment similarm rupture ;
for between providing NevYork a ness. Something should certainly be perty. He has closed the road and intercepts bus already takenplaceJ) ftoeea_jtheJlftxican ,weather is unusually cool for the midr .,,; -
steamers done immediately in some .
quartersothat nil communication ,from this and 4mericazzforc&'the issue die of April ', ;

d Liverpool was rejected.The for the ..
responsibility as
postage, A m. IK I ,...
place with the greatest harshness... of the conflict, which,bas taken place at -jT, ;
bill then ordered be I I
was to en- well as delivery of letters should rest 'JJ SSO; GEftS.
Fort Isabel the Rio Grande if .
:rossed for a third reading, in the,proper quarter. From the Sdvinnali Geor L.n.19th anaL on :- con Per.t.merSr.. MatUiew..from S mon_b,Jun* "

Tie remainder of the day \vas-d '\"oa 300 mounted Texans arrived last LATEST FROM" THE ARMY; flict it can be called, for it seems, ac 21.-l\f..n. J. H. Madjioo, T. O. Holme>,Vet. .".;'

to the consideration of private busi- night. TOM, We publish the following extract of a cording to the accounts. too trumpery .tiles, llejt\ anti 30 Heck. .
for the appellation-has astonished ; ;
letter from a gentleman at .Font Isabel '
Per tltf'amf"\Vr Ga lAn.frnm Sartnnnh,Jon* ;... .
The Oregon Treaty was not sent in : FriMn the N. O. PicayiiiM 1 Cah inat.) to a friend in this city, with which we and ,ve" r s sorry to add,gratified many 25.-lUsr.J. ,F. 0:NriJl, Mf.II". \V. n.'Urum, ,

'day, but it is expected to-morrow.- : FROM GALVESTON AND RIO ; have been politely, furnished. The intelligence persons. It has 'astonished, those who W. Alf"C.n.. ,., ;i"
have the valour of ihe.Mexican
:;tleanxiety, however, is felt upon the GRANDE.A of the improved condition of regarded -... '"'

bject now, as the whole matter is con-. company from Jasper nod Jefferson : the gallant Mcintosh, is cheering to all with contempt and has delighted ITIARINE 1NTELLIGENCJS. "

icred! as settled. counties arrived from Sabine, by: water, his friends in this city and elsewhere.The those who wished to see the pride of ... a
The Hyase took up the. Naval Ap- last Saturday the 6th, commanded by fetter is dated June 7th. Jonathan humbled-humbled, because PORT .1.

opriation fill], the question being on Capt. Cheshire, who was in the *battleof It aflords me the greatest pleasureto he has,bad the temerity to beard his ARRIVED .".

_ >nctirring in the amendments of the San Jacinto. These have also been be able ID inform you,that Col. !Mcln cousin BuJJ.Gentral ,. 23rd.-Brig Dr. Hitchcock, -..Boil on.24th. -
lomaiiuce received and left for Point Isabel on tosh continues although .armstrong.-General Armstrong :
of the Whole.I to improve slowly, .
.-Bri France, Capt. North NeJP
Tie amendment appropriating$5000 the schoonor Vesta Capt. Fisk this still on his back. His wounds Consul for the United States, York. : r : 4

the publication of American Naual morning.We are gradually healing up, and he is able at Liverpool leaves today 'by the li.. ClurJestoa. '
an Great West visit the United 24 -Scfcr. nalte.C. ft. Finney, '.'
find in the News the to sit little the day. He eraon a to
Almanac prospectusof up a during .
was rejected yeas 86, 4th.-Schr.Tangier C f U.BrGOkJ. EIL.wortb '
101. After the Rio Grande Herald, a paper which has, been very much debilitated, but I States. Me.
s having to an en-
:otIs in gone Messrs. Bangs & Lewis propose to pub think bis strength is returning. Th, Triumph of the Corn t//.-The .
Obser- -
expense erecting the lish convenient wound 'in the Peers have made short work of the Corn UN-THY- MEBCIIANTS.P 4
!O in this and at Matamoros, or some arm js doing remarkablywell TO C < ...
ty city! paying large point near the main army. I and will, in, the course of a few Bill. On Monday week it was read for p P I1HK .ub-'crib_ 'r will .c.-iwe in e few ria" per
tries scientific
to men to take obser- JL IMAC KmnkKa.( New York "
the first time in their* House and the rom ,
have received the heal That in the ,
this arrival!
.By we day' altogether. "
tions it up .
is which b
a pity that the results of .Iuurrll.Superfi"e Flour, o.nStvanah atratM. .*
&labors should be lost for the want first two numbers of the ,"Republic of neck has in a great measure.'ceased to second reading, after debate of three .' W1I, ALSOPw, -. ,

an appropriation like this. i the Rio Grande and Friend of the People. discharge in the mouth, but, _still continues nights, was passed by a majority' of Jacktnay.II6.h June.",1846. :: -5| :.t.f:.

." The i is dated June' do the wound of fortyseven.The .
The amendment appropriating$150- : number to 5:0' on outer : Fer Sale 6. ".it .
for a dry dock 1 1st, and the second June 8th. The the neck. The' Doctor thinks it will Oregon Notice.-The question .bJ bodird. iiHln triou* mad beftllbW S .

to Yeas 95 at Philadelphia, wasted motto of the paper -"Fear not-the close soon, at least we all hope so. whether or not the President of the U. .AN about 25 'r.ra.-r *gf. who U a food .

Nays 91. brave and soldier is only to The Army are doing little or nothingat States had given the notice :respecting .Cook.[ Wii.I)<>.r: Ironer.ainl Huu a W" Qt. Sold; ,

On motion of Mr. Tibbatts this vote be drt-aded generous. the field battle." The ,present, Th y are encamped aboutMatamoros the joint'occupation of the Oregon: territory for this nit Offif f.ult. ..Jl .1t:' r., Term Cttb* Apply at-... ?1
>* .
subsequently reconsidered ande paper is edited by H. McLeod. The heading ,recruiting themselves 'sufficiently to the British Government, hayr June 26. .'..

amendment rejected by a vote of articles are printed both in English to march into Mexico The ing formed a subject of controversy in -: .,"'.,1

Us 89, Nays 102. the English and American press, we Adm1a1strator'.. IVeUce.ON : ...
and The is first with,two companies S
to together
Spanish Regiment, '
The bill purpose tbe fir-t ,Ia.y t-f J..ua.18C7, 1 will _
prteot '
read third time and .
was a haye the satisfaction of stating, upon :
ssed. convince the people of Tamaulipas, Co- of Texas volunteers marched In tb. Hon. Court of Prubales for ibs '

The whole! amount appropria- ahuda, New Leon, and, Chihuahua of yesterday for'Reinosa, about ,80 miles the highest authority, that such notice ,Bounty of AJ.rbu''lor'fi "lrmnt'nd..u..' ':'"

w it, is nearly.eight millions of dol- the futility: resisting American arms, from Matamoros, to,take -possession of has been given, and that the Great ancn my ncconufi 'ami ,vuucheri, a* AJraiabtrator I.
.. ..... MrtIn"aoJ $ :, '
Western carries out ron her present : f the C. of Jamef &mae '.
.1.Mr. and to 'throw: the Administrationof it. Gen._ Ampudia jsjaaidi to bet.therewith .
upon: J Smarf, ue4I.te of t aid Cuuntjr. ao Government .
McKay then moved to into 'the ot'ibe British /
.go inhabitants trip, answer
Paredes the responsibility of thCwir. a Im force and holds:the at tbe'.m.im..ppTjW S.ui Court. for a final ,i

Otnmiuee ol the Whole for the pur- A separation of the Departments: d in a, continued< state .of.dread,- ,"vrhicbf xwe jbave reaspn to believe, dis4ar tmm'ib.Ai1ii."i4irtioa of aId Estates '-.">
of ukingl Op the Tariff bill. above from the.Central Government of The Quarter Masters' Department have isof a conciliatory and .friendly' character JOSEPH JV..KNtGHr.A4.ji'1raler: ':, '

lIr. Stewart demanded the Yeas andS .ewnanI41eiJIiae! 26. 1846" 6mAgricultural :.. -\rf:
Mexico the distinct aim of this new been tiying to procure .between 1, and

and thet were ordered. The re- rVe.. avnot 'oont.for onelof: ,2000'pack mules. inhabitants are" Parliamentary. .Monday, May. :. J..J'I'.
Ouse na, Yeas 12Q, Nays 87. So the pa Its.'Jeaaer !' to day, but call few new told l ,should they hold any intercourse: :the 18tb, the Cora: Bill was brought,,I \ ...:.

went into Committee and then from'Jhe Lower to the Upper.OUIe, .. .
items as follow: With the American army,* that ,their ,, t' .1' ..

11 aToteof127I, ; took op .the The four companies' j of the first.Regiment property: will be cO _6scal_ d. Afife. 'and' delivered at their )ordahip's'1)ir. '. .. WIfj'"' l.'

Mr. of Infantry, brevet '1a( jor Aber- know nothing confidently regardtheMexicanArthy. to : On Tuesday the Cnstomr Bill was : '"i'J.l,';,'- ,, .j. :f: .
Hungerford a member of the crombie, 'Company K; Captain Miller, ., A number :of're?: brought. up to the' Lords and.read. a first "'!'. .! I'\; : 'I'' .f1?. 1(.'.... ,

3"ntlec!! on Ways& Means, moved Capt. Backus, Company have' .reached .camp'j.rega: to' time S *** 'If'" .
} Companyr'C ; ports DENSLOW WEBTEI
)sutuie for the whole,bill.tlr. The Lords did not. meet, ,on 'Wed .: .
G Capt. La Motte, Company C j 'and them;.but little. dependence is placed inthem. iaed l'. SAll NNdl1.' ,GA. .' .t. -f''
"Wtworth gave notice that he : r.TeXu, They, e.ld.to. b, soaking nesday,or Tiursd y. On the first ; Ih :
OJd more to strike outthe Capt.PeiceV Company : :day Mr... Dunco provoked :-dracoaioa *-* ut-sa.ln th*r&4fc,wiiig'ankl.s. ..1>icK ..m'b*l ,:: :, ..
provision mountains and ''' '
duty ers, with,a section of Lieut Brazslattery stand at the pass in the ; aid on is rraMinabU*frima.as any other e...,; O't:.
upon tea, co flee aad salt. and 1 ( oaibe. LEw 5iUjicbd. .' "v '.'t'
under Lientsv: Thomas I"thkjkit more than probable &ve.. ; UiHmcnt in th*Southern cmmtir. ;

itb a view of affording an oppor Johnstone; 'constitute ,the :coaamand .ofLieut. not*:mqraeat:>q write more." !:was: J It, 4 COMPLETE HMUTIjL >M""Al'f t'UlturdJ.r F '

Y for toe printing of the substitute, Ce l. WiUon'to Rios00. 1I I. Oa:Thursday,}the .pceedng1W reof .. : rMmftlll"oD.itinl t1'8 difrrrnt' siz.i aJ., .'!oi :'o,: 16 :
ebil was laid aside.till to-morrow march to dy.tbe6thiast.occupy: MILITARY ,AFFAIRS: :; a .. :character.Oa : :paurrn of. Plough*. H.'arl...u kiad) ASM, .... !I.Tfacftar.d. .
:They I '- :0* Ca..iu.JShDut..JId Spsd.'ti, flat
4l'ter a brief discussion upon the ;Movement ftAe'EfHf'J.--Atraye1., ;
iutothe Indian Appropriar i !Jet from 'Taaipicb 'a et GoreinaicBt. ': .Picayune oftfee 14thihst: says i It auddiyideoatheCorBJBilW, .. t _! .La tl* aag 1tesrjlouks. Gram'CnuUef, GmSb\lrrtCt\ ;. ." \!
bill : TkeBeM,. weze '.iwi CehCrmh. .P rt hl<.'.Frenrhr Batr GrUt '. "-
the Committee. io!e '&ad'th., cahi.bteenthap1 e,

,se adjourned. .; ;:about tea .days',ago, ,beating. for;. the li : the.ilMsreMe,of, tiennkasd.) : !, :,;.qeat&t. -t'J'Aftts'.P.r Pr 3i:;, a. l1:J:1i: :. MUI..lia: Cbuni C*,rn Foot MiHiSrtCttttr:CoKoo GW,Saw i/Ot Oil,), '*, '- .
esterday a clrjjt je the P Office exicaa army,fer WIt Ii befefre ordew-; ,fite: tJtj Yj "!, a, ,:211. .;N' .,< I. ... "P3" "' 'Sni F n'Mills .n4 N ii'Foil -., '; '
1 Jfi'"Texa. .four.1OM- ::M x ;: 3S'J" : )(&jery' ,4J.t 1 .MwinW'nt:of WWt f>ad.Of' rH..Pafrt! ,
eat breathed .
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bU ks tH ;
44be he_i id to retreat TaRipicot4hi.i ; f ; Mj"
: : :upon 1
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C oc4"'ofCoaimona a.rMJWM"'JJ..w aCitiiior
the boy was fairly cold there ware Tvoald -indicate that the: oernent. :.i i;if'J1TS :Iii-, g.GJ: ... .and Palntrr .
it 1 &&ppliaahO i L J &let.Mat.'Di.'L.;: 1;_\. [ 'w, ich,. ; 4je. rB .t aa 0.1.Spirjttuq'MkWj .. ''
for, the,,1ec ., ::fJte co*.4ers ,tbe day, as deiakeJy Itt ". J ". -" to ". 9 '- ) GlasWinJorSab' : ; <'II' !
tor flW ? *: I .R sbeir15j _.iJiii .e : earl hoI',;. ,, .<<, .., .-.: ... Sot r r Ieti Ca '.
'cjt.t9.wIW, _, tbw q rterrler wereuUJ 'Wthek ***:: :_' ..... I -- 'F .:.. >> 'dlta Fiifrr' :: ,-,:
,'1. -. "" '' "' .101tteQ- .I' .c .,. t .tl': ; Fo l.,. t ttH'. 'W"nit.1" ... P111mM S .
: army tmfficlem!y:to..oaabto. j ttIt.;._ ".,1,1f ) .ex eept''J.:" .,,-.. > l \ : '
\. 1..1' i. Mea Y: ) ,_...:JI8 e.. PAPRR; tNflN6"' WfttlncJNXJ',1. ,
4' ... :bla:; aad it. !.jjeJtr.m s .!- 9A4Wt'.... "
; r... theiet' Pod T..l
.C.' ta.-.Taeilers ,arri.ei.cre. tfi. &8fK'ih, t.=- 8CY". j jf '__ I..ti6.t"'M"' '1S'dt'Ji ;i:6.4' ...1....-,." f"eeti.. ,-'-.."::. JtiS:.. '.." '.;.:::.1.-....;:..._...'" .....-. t SEEBLwrraM... CarpN 'u EOdOILI -a*.,. t*>:Ut -.' ,,., .

lreai aa&O\taGe; tMt war j..::B t f ..T Ii....Bet W .ek .. ieremes ..; beene4: fiii !W! 11 pt. tt'4rn:::....:.. !.! '-" fW\ D1efW11"," . rtMt -':' J: .
: -' t _...V..4 new l .1."h r, .
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t '-. (1 .f 'ie a't !vai ..-- tt:: -------II.EAD.' QI1.TE S; -\1 rr'' :- : ACTHIS .Ike SaiiaPe" :., ,<-- .:,U 011 II E" Florida .la*! Savannah packet,
ItEGIIF.NT.--'Ml ::1 ll11a&, s.) vaiCrreav Pi
iat1.cr'beDiiniCifi, iN.i'Y :
t TS frrSvwe i21II: .Mandaf in, JaektoaViReSe.
4 .,.rtt iinfl an oriter* f talent nerrin*'in V-Min in, '. j : -a Q't3i clCSONVlrrE.'tt- .1 l' --flEW: ; ; pee. Jl ficirdur .: May' P.fllI,..' .k "-. :: .

:. Cr. Chancery. in which (JIy.M>* B. Brf frjitfr J* Jc uim! '" J '. 1 #8 .t' : ..; Jd1Oyii V 1848. DAY; "rpc-ive t'per ch",: c.tt ii h a IW .In tips' ,1 be U.S. Mall ibesoie ,

? '. ; 'platnant. and David L. Palmef a. Truee.. ami} @1iJIm S ; "y. from New 'rkTalUia! \ c.J'i,"'ut. 1IH.r' r't'ta'pI

' .V' t -Maria T jTtt.1:''J'f.r..ftdait.I..m'.ip.JM- for : /'I 1 ,New Urlrnn, i'r4 ,ilio.tieamer Oipl,u* ;, : : attract'.tI'- this JJiit.Th H \S p"ck.t.p

.ale.itt.fnnnid'th CoQriJfmt.r.dmir.at: I JIkIq..f I .NO'll' 55 Geniioee Fl Inur f 25 't.! bid* d.>; 50 'l ld palr.Miaf.e nf ih*' bee.J.hw.t1 ., ) ''.:

.. *illcfin. .aid roiintv, ;.no. Iiintlnr.th Glh dlt.t sit I f.s S .i TfieTseffth Regiment bf4'lorIil.' ; trrn do, 5'bhdi Baron CO bnet Rio .. fvor Lint, 'will, bar elerks s..4, ,I
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-a .
: ). 184o. to )hi h>M lu.rifr. a man flare,. .)I.h.-ci'mrrIJln'.IJiw M.hll.'ttf! she C.,hl..r hu.hU. Ct.fn.; 15 hales Haj ; 20;bi.l* .prime '; ..,.. nfg1!J.- ..on. CHA.ULES.. .cPlI atwuit .lir1\.6 p.\.r been dulytOfRanuk-d. 20 IJ.U ,Pilr4 20 hose -No.' 1 S .H? pr.,le 7li.M- .
e. : : I J .D9"1..ncl J Na**!'t, having Bn-ail ; much 1m' '.'.... A. f..r
I; 4 &.n"'pw.nD." f b m. "J.t': ,. .. ai jwdiiijfto! : Law\!Ii.tlt'! Ejection! ; *'J !:iuirntat Ojfirrr { 1".1 i4I rrcfifi n\'hi.k"\i' h14s, ) "' &. : eafin.i of .*. orr. .lie cannot Le .,"I--.J a""olhfll4adarM.Lee'

t. 'p"'p'M-rtb..J. rjn pf ,C. i j.jief &;Cct. : ai by Law !"9"1f"., will bqdmded.intoTwiBail '; 20 bidBalimore. ;; .Gin;)o.i 11 lJ Domestic; iucar..d ie ifc' "nip; TJisIa .,t' sill aui .111..
And toha LJ to I jflflivorutd i *th. '10 do N. f:. Riim caik,:Maileira 'I. 1tars.r r tily s...
r -fcj>J; i .aaI.1TjsstIZm.r.t. *.* tComplainant a'lion*. The r iriS; 'Battalion tDCitrnp'liP I : ; 2quarifV IJJ..t Tba.dsy "'I1t.'t, ,b'I.r. s}
. t "f1'In.t_- C. Bul. & Co.H .5. '".lHita.'fsbe C." nt1..r NaMatr, will !" c"mman;l le 2 do ..Mllln"info'; -20d Mirka Liverpool : : .n'a".r.! Hiif ini .. line Hf .,eamrr. fair barl.J."I4t". Lit'
I *: '1HO LEDW1TII.SIeriffD.C. '
*s -lJstn.5tW1846.; 5t.Jt ', .in comprleth!'.Militia:of tin ( s.ui4v. 'e( ,G- odj,. ru'n.i.ting !of ready ._.I."t.I'.I $ ; P'tt"" .crt III. AI.., ra"fuJ"ra .i.Mnr .
'Duvniwill commanded byMajor NoRTyW wh I <, niott I pVp* tit t. I." : "i hpJt wlr. t.t"\"r-.
3The Upper Swwanncc Springs, i evert !description, t hricf'tf' barrjw!las.e .t..1a kit.. s.- '
t-n ; EAST FLORIDA.S ,will.lii' rrsj-Na'rtPd'and uLeyrd. .Cl'retin1I'II'1t olfice hamt; I do printed Lawn; I do plaid l they ni.y ".I) Thpuul.y, and Sarriral ..eLa1 .X..

7 ; THK: .. ertakM thhmihnJof and command S / "* ')'. *. finey 'I'rlntA. .'l eauiiful-.tyli *; 10 ,.f UMSi.. 31471b5.ftptfl1aauiente "y"k.4r
>* bat If. L'eulennnt Colonel Tracy <,an3Iaj LinenDrill: ; 10 do plain an I plaid, C." I.t"n,11y .1,' ... with '.i .1.
infhruaingsr. frigid and the, public, .I..1f'ill
S. I S *. Norton.will P rll..* practicable.) Dt5Ml.it.4rrrip.ctire .5 .1.{ jmived Kremlin* ,J 0..1..1.-! Bvat i -- .". lhal tb" tt,
II h' h"e lakt'n It l 1"11"e tiftfif* ab, ve e.tah- "r: at t >.;. I.'el.f-iirWr {...lf rrn/iirt*!. < I
i : vide Baltaliunt into jCornpanie !O.alas ltnMi Onahiirg* 50 d.i M*,.qiiilo 1It1... ,tii.'i'5r" .
1i.lsIflM fi.c a term i.f j.r, awd wrilt'tn r".r..1 5 Th' ai-o r Nut wtk. ill a.'avi1Ve' r.'.
.t j""avinean equal' nijmt'erormenjn eacit a* m'arV. do f ifoid! Tirkiiir ;' '1'I hat*" 5-4 brown |n lltal c.." TM ;
iN " t t jraccn "r.I- ill". rninHnl q'talitie l fI may be, ami apj-oint two r'tpootible won 'to 1..1,1 4 bate 4-4 do ; I 'hah 7-8 do; 3 3.4 .1.. i .. ri .ilj wlll rum", PiCol. .. I,
! p"trnn.c.U ; Election in each1 I Company Brat,, *rt et' !jff{ for hud n larjea>*orimrnt of helf-- Good ; "w'n.v nr..k lCreek ." "II
the water,' thnr (,1..1!b' . 3
: the office of Firl and Sfoid Lh'nten Feather Saddle of .defcrJpli"O : .: WOOD.
Captain ? ; eveiy S JaVLIoflijltf' It
fnCpljMsein. Amerira., Thc Spriw-jfjurill.j booj rn- ntbe
E J:1i: .I by j h firstils or M %y< Chare"* .w ill Iw m. rl. ant* of .iI'Cnm"nla, *. 'giving:at.lea".tten. dayntitice Hame ; Miii"( ..1t1U. Biii1!I..M.imtin.J. 1" For ffetjtlif. ... paesssg', ari'lI'" Cart.12

.rte. and <* ,aitenticn ,'i1ft pjiM hI thfl com* fur holding sid Election, nnd "giving nNtat lUlU, &4".; 13 ...octn"i..1 1'nit ; 1 onboard, or !.
"l vnrr lea'lten slays notice to taid iofprctort of thriiappointment. Keoler ; I'el..vn Cl urnJ6 *rt_ .dr,M.' WOODFKRNA.NDKZ
ib ir
t f)rt of all hn'mnY favitr wiili ompany. 't CLAG1rni
; tAW. :
Ii"'r"in.w \V ;
12 d"Xen Broom : $ AT
? A. HUSON. ; 1\ ...
t. FRANCIS Proprietor.June S .,
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8'- III. At loon an practicable after th Wah Board ; an .....nn..nl ..r Sun.! $ $ C.. rl* of L.w S.-- !
5th. 184G. &
a; itf election (orOt1cers of the .evernl Companie; nthe cor..i.ting of Ju:*. Jar*. &.r. ; with' n large j i.f Florida. A.c..h.J BISltl

: t r: 4dsnInslrator's .Notlce.BY'.Jr Hejlmeni. the Officer elect in *itiilCornpnniewill nient uf IIIt'relVn.., Dry_Oood-. S JOfJ-t it UNnr_

. ';; ;. '.tfjn, D"cie' *'* .'-S.f iK) H"n i It t( r..h4t.s. for the ( .."JlIY of Duval. grant the Regiment b iThs Commniider .,1 13snaLiri.5 .. with their former large ttork. they -. e. reamer SARAH S
;;. f ?; f" 111"I" for l hat pnr| .;. I haH Monday the JOHN M. ross elve*, cn.,('.i.* the lnrget and mol "."" \ in connertion with" .f.r. ht.'...|I'\I.Ol'G.... .

4 t 8,1..1"1 of July at 12 ..'clck.. in front oflhe C"UI' June.IS Colonel! Commanding. cheapest n."erlmf'nl'.r Good tu b*' found AT I\W. terJ.fiiseftn Li!.. :tiurroiwh.nsIe4r.j,.

: HOU.e'. at Jarkonvllli, offer for auk to the; bi:h""t .tore in Emit FWidn.AH C..iria fir L*. Ji-miled .I.p PMII.ILa sap t. SiUuitciJ J a.July -
bid l-r. for cn.1 b, "il .1.". tractor |'.rcel'of |jnd.to the above are offered by. th. .ub 1843.
| f FluriJa. 5. ,
: bf.1I.n.ng |hit (E-,,te .f I ntC Hrnmick, leuat Administrator's Notice. their ttonon the ini,*t Idieral term U
: il ih. credtior,.iril'Uee.4.. and other* intere COLE A .. \&nICS mail..tii. .
:' ,'II.I. m AlcKnv e Cnek. v rown THE given* a call.
humlifd and in the K.tnte uf Samael. Ru..ell, lute olNa4 Tit* m ParUf
: t .Jackonvill le.. ond ronlatntng throe Santa ",. Columbia county, Muy 3,1, Sll
h1't.:- RftT ".re't' .ntlr.or !r... and which alf i* mud'* toenahl "n county, Jolcoriclra,flpc.anspil art hereby rural May 8 4t \ SPALDING.C.rt.R4iI
Elvit nml n.lrnulli..I.II.. nml arnl licfor. 'ins, h.* liven koVrk ..
b mo in piy -nain df omtwl* njfnln4| the *- _nppt'nr..t I lMjc | .
., twi tJ4fr which thern nre no -roniiate|* i he Hon. the. Judji- of Probate, flra.4nts county, S NOTICE. II I AT LAW, 'JH..I. tsr, ami ral>in relish .SI4EIL
: nm Court '( fProbate, to bi held! at lli. Court : ''n.I.r.r the arre1n.y.atIntjnn fier js.qruimnvsesirr.I
: in band .
mr inieretled "re
.. ; ;; FARQITIIAR BKTHONE. .%dm'nr nf .. llouaf, In' ftnid county on ibis fir4t Monday ALL prton Six Month after dnte,( I h.iil _- let ,. ul.r"i,..rr." r.J.Lu

: a Fant. ut. I..e U.iilaick'. h.rra4saJ.. January. 1847. and .liew C"R'I.r. if nny they hate. tin Honorable.. Court of Probnle for |'ri.. on Lk* )M"nrsas'u,1. Q.J_
. why. I .h.. I.1 not be thi.r1taig.dfrum all. furlh 125 mil.! ..% I'abiik. t
. June 5th. 184C. .- for a fin,: ilif S tiintiration of .lap E taie of .IIM i Snmtiel !lo county lion on II be E,tate of William! Slandley. ib-c T''. .I..,.. U"it.I.-inA r..I.11t."j,,

:4 'Alaclina; County Sheriff's Saic. mill!!, in purunno of an,application then and thereto s,4 l nl*.. nt the *nm. lime ntid" plice, ('r M.nin. afire iW .rri%.r .*f thr- U. s. Mail

; ; Mnnilny, 5'Oclabfr.. IH4G.By be made by m* lo aid O'lirl. rr.iiii,trnitnn on the Etnle Martha & t, I'aekef. St. M tlh-w *. Caflainvannah. 31rCItyf5 1 : ,

virtue tif tin* power vented in niP by 1"-, Iball WILLIAM. A. RUSSELL Aflm'or. deceaced, thi. 24th April. 1346. carrying the R S. II.iltu I'aLutt1.1a.
r S ) e'I"| '' fm *alf .!rfoie thiC ;; rI COTTON RAWLES, \ .
.I..r) ilJ .h.. ""11 .r ,"'nmnill.'. .n linaiy: tIi.S .. 24 h 1846. Cm Pa..' n er. (tar Knleq.ri. will tsk lie
e dix .f Oct'.o >r next bet"....n the hour ..r 10 Notice. April ', the ciliirp Matthew evrry Satvidwy Evri.hig at 4.

.id 2 oclr. t\. fillotvine r.e5rrtv lI' *i. muchtfhreofa iiUTriiiiilhat. Sivauitab."
., a will |nv tb. Stat tn\ due un she .am. SIXIO TII; ufter ilatr, I ball make nppli NOTICEIS ., that beanie im- Th Sleamer Sarah SpaMiag. will ru.1
lot lie Honornbli I Jiidgi of Prnbnti* ol I hereby given In all intere.|
': f,r th" var 134' nnd I wll l'*g il n'*t* nnd$ rlmr:i'. pron the .,,r r*- .4ontill. via Pirvlata & Maiidarinan4 hr&
:: Alnrbua roitnt\. for: |1..lh'r- Di.mi'* on the Six Month nfter date I shall apply;
in ami ..'.",t tin* iichrjs.msn nnd l .nlt* |}i'T,*'.f, orj | n' lie printing trip, leaving Jacksonville
; p 1-llIn.r Ephratn T),It',. lateof (1IIi.1 .."n',...Ip.c..d HonornMethe Court of Probate tot th every Motadaj u
nu'livid1litre >,p..i..1 ur rlnim- oVfork.For .
! viz : no ; ami) all .p roii_ Ir-tvin' demand noiiin AlachuR. fora final eltlement anti ". anal i. 'urp.
4 r .1 b\ Ftl.'iskiar'ii''l.. .q..1 I.' .c554 ;"" "4 .aid; E4tBte, an hereby) required in them account flflsjVnhJChIPrS.l5q administrator ,',nll asrik;. con. freight or pa..ag<>. apply tn Itc.
pretrnt my
unit eritain t.net of uf land$I. Board 't'Ihar.dt"S & Bubre
lo parrel tu
-renf. a
tli' tu ) ( Agrszs
I proneily attested for *.>tllement.JOEL .. ate nfWilliam D.ll. decen"ed, Inte of"
known n* On Ariwlntxli*. -\I """, gmni. cotitnin* ", b. lm. drier- *"nviile.;
: T1ESON AdmV.May and) for thicbargefcom ". ,"
r li ins two h'indr'*dnnd .ishl\ nine thoiinnd *ix hunfr 15th. 184G. GnNOTICE. ty Saul Estnt.a my ASA ... .. r cluivi.*. N. B. All .,tf1Il* will be received in Sow,

I .*-l n'id! f'"tv h,'" nid iiveevenibt o..r... (M'inpa I !!<' rt-inlt-r hi. "f &ti>r ge tit JsrkoDiine & SavaoMkAu
F. ,
r\'w"ltnniIp F.. May 81846.
mndi V.riinilis do la Main Anreilimdo & 23
: grant 'n leave ctTfti barn

ri Son. o'i th 22-1 IWrm'ier. A. D. 1817. titunte inAUfhua ? exejliun litre Florida ami Snvaiinah Sie

.. j; countv.. Statf .f Florida.ALSO. interetrd arehercby notified tnnl HOLMES & | Packet. :
-I uf *i ix montht ufi.r tin* l .In*.., Iu. f***N T1Ii-eg.ilpsrSvram r..tSTOS. !
HOLMES' & CO. fin,
An 'Irel"j..1. ot norli'in owned or claim halt.. b....(. 1 *hnll apply to the H.innni! the MESSRS. of Merchandize ,r>lii n. nasal l.i. G, Capt. K. prrk,ikZS :
: 3 : -e.| hy J..tlfl! S. S
.4 i to'455: acre sbref.r. ttlement iii.my Recount nnd di rlmrgr> fr..m my the Government BuildingTh>* have ; i,.( 'I, 9 .\. M. on rarh week, and will r .
ALSO ndminutroliim on lb. .tnte of Jaunts L. Town. y in the best
I P. M for Suvanitiih. VIM Mmx.l.iria.Si. J.k-r
their stark by the late *arrival! from New *
\n nndirH.-d .hsiirtf ,..rlinn owned nr claimed end deceased haste.f aid .
: | '
'IfIIV. Mary*, and all other i immrduil* lajulu .
: full of GIMH! Groceriej {
ly J.... 1C. ...\ ,*..>nd. in the tnrae .aid grant, JOHN TOW.NSF.ND, AdmV.fcc.Newnan n a ortment Dry Arrive in Savannah ra.l S..
"n,". Provuionj, &". &c.. ly n mUj Itot'
r. equal t. 455nern. tbeie if. villet May l.t, 1846. 6m They have on hand! nnw Inndin? from hr I ('."4.nerr. for Cbarl'.ti ,, can k-ave u 1\

': H < ALSO. owned claimed tinin.. from N.HT York 50 bnle H.iy. S.'S: in lh* .."..nin: in lh**dimity line Sleamrn,

q I An ondm-led hun*.or portion. .or.r iheN-w 'NOTICE.I Lime.; .20 .bnn."n.1 Lnlh..30 bov.e t". The Gai_t..n run in c*>nn rlit.a aWe I X.Viu.shlwrn .
L f by WillisimTttnrn/n* nrvi in2 triMtee % & Wilder'. Brig Line uf P.r.
UPS Butter. krga I.rd, 20 bid. Pork. I
the taid I i.rrt'elnro notified this
York Fbfid-i A..isw4ati..n. in tame giant.rtt'J per nn" herMiy
1I S ALL MiN. Beef 20 ..bi-! Bread 50 bag (.. N!w .Yotk, of whjh .'ne leases rvrrj If t&aThi.
i1 *! t.i 6S2i acre* ibpf'Ptef. I il. .pirni5 ni f \* montli "fir,.1111.. I a .
; A,.CO.Aft : .|.:.11!| appU to 'tin Honorable the C''iirl Piobate I Ish1. Liquor Ion Ploughs Iron of vniioiit I fhelr"ID
GIa .r.. boxit Pip*, Tobacm, &o. &c. Ga ton dr e* mil return to CLark! (
.,mliTided "lnrr ocp"|iff" owned nr claimed for Alirbna C''Ifly.J. for n"fi'lfJl.f.rt|l..tn n.1 of my
r4;{ nv Chiirki. JrTl e PACKETS.
Li., Jf, c.*.'Hl, in .the cane nn'ul ;rnnt, vqual to 929 ""'tate .' WiIIi Spirk'man. dicraiedf I IBM. ofaid Jxrktonville. JnnuI\'} 91h. 184G. R Y. The ve**,-U composinjj ibi 1..IP. *ill lie,-
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scree ttcnof.i *
r. r.'nlsttc I tpfl.I. isfil
cooniv."JOHN rr
: '* ALSO. SPARKMAN.' AdmV.' &e. 5 S Live Oak Agency. i r"u..1 in this! CLINTON.T.'Ly.-.ry-*. 4f..JIIII..tt!

An undividml, tir pi.r1icrnonPi claimed Santafee Ponil, May 1.1- ,. 18i6. Hm NOTICE II t* h..I.! e'lven, tlial 1 bavins | piinoiplr-tof ii Bri AUGUSTA. A. M. Shi.&l. .
by I.u Fm U In tlh i,tne Mid gtanf, equal to S 5 5S by lh. Government of the wlm. an* nnprt Jnne 23.
., S 2431 ares there if. NorcE.S State, Agent for the pr..trrttoii of Ti'nb ir l ., |"ir.n. IM r*- ll'Art.| VKRNON.W.Bris r.n".m".zf'rJIIII
ALSO. Public L, nd.in E.-t Floridn", all p.ir.in* \a \ flatS .1..i.c..1| .
t.1 O:: th. 4th An Mulivif1d .b"rp.r rtionoivnd or claimed bn .rp..pll..1. or bnll hereafter commit branrlw. at muy
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n dite. I will ii.1t1ytn th** Hon. Judgrof PI.fY-tle4. KXAf'l .J. J.>liM. ". rnai..ier.iisI7hl
, by"J"'KI M. S"Mrn>ire, in th? aaillran..rq'I"II Hir Coonty <.f Alnclma. 'for 11 finul dt! *hr:e ("ui t> "4 by cutting down nnd carrying nwny nil; EXCEL. C. B..Smith.me muirr.Jslt!

tu OJD with the Law direct. : ib<*ill .lt.rtunl
J ;tr lilltn..,(lute uf taid County,) der( IIf..n.. "in u- erry veltiUtalt
, A. urHlindffd thure or port Inn owne'd or c1tlm,1 F. UNDERWOOD.Administrator. JOHN (I. T.\ ,-r*. ..
; gs Pa.s..vsgras as ".fi..t.t. a* "'.
!., ty M'ird-csii M. NHh, in the me aid grRnl.CH'I..t February 20th. 1846. As"nt US. | .irirtly! prrntaT. They will nil t"UIC"IUttUy a* "''".ul.C'a. ..
136 lh. *,.f. .will. M.. ruj'i1,
: s; |u acre c r.wn"nnil1p F. 2. 184C.
*r* be- towrd IU Hilt b% a St..I.
State ofFloridaCIrcuit .. ami fii-
w IIOUIIS.Arnt. .
ear..1i"icJ..l-h.* ear 1frifnnwnrtInrd1m'4 I EASTERN CIRCUIT.-Arnii. TCBM. 10 this letter

; ; .- Ly th, 'heir at law ,.r Alexander M.: Mntr, de- Circuit Court. I Unlct STXPHCNS ) hi Chnncery.y evero and c1i.. JtC'leo11'1i1.
tE Berth can be aecor i) at Si.licatioo \ttf1Jjlrilll';
r:14.Ml. in the ame said rar't. *qufil to 464 acre EASTERN CIRCUIT OF fLORtD.h .\. A.I I
bj I. B. .: CAIUI & co.
: Bill! for Divorce.
- tb4rfluf. : l' TKBM. 1346.SASRIBA BURRItt TErfn l. ) }' ".of every
; S July' 13. 1&-1:.
1A ALSO. S. CLATTOM J Jv UPON 1..1i1tlitlt.. of th.emnpltiinanf if. Httabam..ir.ir. i is -
An undivided har'or portion owned or claimed *. > Bill for DIvorcE named Bill anal upon th. ennn.xi n .hh Circuit!t Conrt.EASTERN .

I 5.i- by Jenn* Jnhn*nn. in the ame ..iII"nl. .. ,.equal. PlUt.ir P. CLATT05. ) nfiidtiit. U'lnyduly 6led. nnd it appenrinj l |, In every parent Cmci IT or K LOIUDA.
to*8500'acre* tlM'fof.. ,,and' filing thn Bill of complaint Hl.i.e named Burrill Stephenfc without I 1" Cjn.ur1.

t! S THOS. C. F.LLIS.rSheriff U.'ON.rSAclilJ, ,. *', null tli return. ill ii,.. Shrrifl' of the pmcfi* of this S'nte. & .& WrKKS : F. J. Judaon Kxerolor ..f John F.
i.;': S and Tits C..U. tur.Wpwrinn."iII ss'inihie 5 Subpoena iued I..rrin. at well H* from / ji hfrtby Ordfrfd Thai lh. 'nid $3 OU Brown, dccea.rt], (tc bim rlfrt I

-. 20th Murrli. 1846. nffi'l.ivii.now read. nnd filed. bVwhtch it'appenrt; Stephen*. be nvj'iin| tottppearaml 1 answer S 7 00 at Cr>tHtt,r*. r,. I Xo'k1 S

i* lint *.tiiddrf ftdanf' Philip f). Clayton rrtil.* be rnutlert ,sm.lniapsI of him in lilA! above Benjamin '. '*.u'""". AJminitrator : ( Ca

it A1 hlla. County Sheriff's Sale.WILL 711ft1l juri4liftion| of ihi. Court.nml_ in theSiutc Rilt on. the fir.t.tiny of the rnuslig T..m request o f | ar- "(be estate of A mtwitrilrr.'n.srJ. I lull.

i UK SOLI on \lo.i.iy, the 7ih .,r .r n.i.. "i.n motion of It. (. Livinjitun. Efq... Circuit; Court, for tht' Eitern Circuit of S
it S .,<"nlnir? ,.'Jt I. h,'w'pn tin I b*fr*'*. will 1w. | ; K,l Jwforr tb PURSUANT t.' an order" n1'thV |I. n.

tT'ritA: -| iwo oVJoek HI lh*' C'.urt' Uou.. in IM. Town // It' O Ziil.; That n henrin" take place upon to -h. *nv l rHinpIniimnt. niid that tht ...11. whirl, .. I Itr tb. lU>lrMFloral q$

. tfNn n-.ilb'f Cfllln'or AIwhi",,. uiI .ulHci,'ntporianofilio I i h"fi ltrl. charged) in aid Bill Complaint. nt'...> puolt!bed in one uf Ihji. public' new.pupfr. 'to pny fur the ., in.llri *- llbe"' ...... '.atitle d.t.cY
: nnJividcd interim .;if John H. l ru#li.s next term.ofthCircuii l Court. foe the countie of Sh" ". 'f ir th. III'|''t* c;f three month bf ( ,i iiil day of Mnrrh. 84G ; thee ..lil..t ArJ

::-:: CliirieV.. ;r..,. Ku:."ne Viinne**, Juli-i A. Alachuii and. 'I..vy, to holdenon tlu third Monlay .. I day *o appointed for th' h*"i rin of ih \ h..rg" against Hull: decea***!. late ..aC.1 1';.iel..c.( fat;

: i V4rne. and Miirsard Bnih. ..it'II" unidC of December n'.xt. at the. Court- IIou*ti in i S S G :O. S HAWKINS Jllel*.;. In rH...* of pr.>. loot, tim* in site'| \..r 13!.) ate "'.....'

, g ..tiatr. in an-1 l.* n r.-,|..iu trict or 1 jvnrcel of land. etvnan4vie|| Florida. "S > I.' S t I. JOHN G. REAnDOCI"rk of .'ipil to l*. wiiln in anal posse tb 'ir .1..t'l) bT ie il ...,J.r.e .

.,.urn n. thi* ArrM'Mirl'i GranT tsIiItIitISts' two Antl it.ii further Ordtrtdi Thit I eopy.of thit Cnurt, ..'febycefifyihi lIt tb l vaboveu a t .! : 'will tx ,i IH' ma>rr. ..f ild O'mt.'at kwLJoorl .rt',.

4 b1i1r (1 .,..I..iiti'y ain"n.!t '1ii.n.fr..I"el Order lie published} in. *:.mr. newnpaper, ';Vrinuil 1 of an order mnde anal .'nfrri'nI in unid, ( I1t19)4P. in tliecity i.| Sli A"Sxforo II.kt

I f ftf fi..* 1I..i five ..vi titli4. 'aere4, h..i,i. a rut within ihi Circuit, for the tpnco of J"n'; month. muse, nn'ihetbirlielli$ day; fir April. A. "I).,' ) jear A of a:.- I tlte 21))" shy ,wfJfu.e It.sc.

: tnade t<. ).......w-iu dla M'izi Arr.>dondonnd. ,n, fIn the state. hereof once in.each weok. tuccet. rt 5 i 1 Tn tettirnonv whereof, I hereunto. ex jWi*.neil by beretif. they will e&cladrd' (turn 1M f a
-L *"'ih>' -.11) Hv !nh'T. A. D: 1817. !" iii-fy n-ul: 'S ruvely. .* hand and.affixihe *eii.1.| .tf *. .|' ; will, In .fut ir*% aid decrte.- r

"a iay tli 'tat.4 due to tb.' Siatn of '!.rMII from th.finrpm 'And it itfnrlhrrOrdftcd. That in default of S JNO.' G. REARDON- GEO. R. 'FI\JRBAN-

.*."ih'ive n rn..l. F> and .oo nccaunt of tliMrjater ths[ nlll.| ''ararM-e of nid Defendant I. or .an.wer t* May 29. 1846.. .3m ] i : condition. \f".I..r ia c.

9 S *... nfur<*ai4 an<] aU l sal cost,'and difl.sI .aid 1 Bill. .,.a decree.may,bo. taken.therein at said .- .!. ...".flefaul S,. Attgn.ttnc.March 13. I .f.2ia..

lo. 'tn-1 ah. Hit the advi.rii.*"m"nt unJ' .al,. th.r.of.THOS. ; leurins.I S S In Circuit Court. >ltID& LoDCR. U Li \ ,

i : -S : C. EfJJS.jti 'i; RAMON. B. SANCt'fZ'Ctrk'n'lh: Ci ; EASTERN: CIHCOIT or FUMUOA: 6 From tl e"_ GlHDtricl.S. .,

t .* ."*'1.1 Tan CCJII ior. ..ill Court.for tho count let fAI.rhu..n.1 Levy S c usynJN :, ,14 Chaaeer. l *n1uirity and .fl It's C.. .a rJihims s.

I N.wfltifl4VItTmh. 27.1840.Coanty. ._ .1.. hereby certify that ihi foiegoine it" true copy hngles., B, Gihh*. an<.t I l .btnln l. a) !a." !t- iMh. h;:". cf.k ..

: nrahl1l original..order nmv, on record i in my ofHce.r Benjamin ;\. Putnam.Executor : in d''II.'r. :: ._._: .1..1..'..d Ius. a .*,...I***I*"""

iiiTLaa Sheritp' 'Sale.WILL .! en. \V IT'lt: m'yJiand and *aJof. ( ufficetbi. : ofZepheniahKinjtlry .n''II"t.; ) .s ; ,1846.. Ij I.:.. Jl- 1- itwasti's 2 )., .i..I..1Id 1.1t.
I .: .' ms Monday' th* 7ib d *> L" IGth day .rMA. 1!.. 184fl.S deleaved.Complainant I and t. n.t.t.-' I IEL"'ORD. send .thai U h1.assI"

. Spt.'inVf IM *I, between the h.nsis'or ''1RAMON: B.SANCHEZi *, fur.an 1'1; .* S IVtb. ..r Mvrlweilwrci.ssts ,11& .TI. .
tea and lw" nVIuek. at slut Court HIMJ." in the May 22 1846, 3m Y. Clrk.Circuit 7 .C .urt.J ",. ." L ftID4. hires .ill be- paid; for his fII Iuflt

i: S T,wn of N.*.,?n villv'a"aufficieni portion of the 55-. : .Fj j,. t-r. -, J 4. *-. *- George King/ley. s : : :. til. n jail. tu that I ma* r--t"PI'ra'f.. ... .
I ,;,. int.rt of John II. L-,. and: wife, tituated in f. j. Court.USTERN S Defendant.It S S : Bi1 r..ecollnt' S p EDWARth1II.SbvrifTBesnu...

.ail county, in and l.*-.- IriCt or parcel. of land. : a p. cut. '. h".fnc."..,n.in"llft to appear tat!.faet" Prnison. ( r $ Dilrc

p.S knatt) n.> tli.. Arr.*d,.fido -,,' '. containing two ., CIRCUIT: ST. JOHN.SCOUNTY..JoR. .., .. affidavit that the Defendant.George Kirl } it. 1 E.tat.st D.el5 ttAdrnIiiIstrtoj'

ft'II1I.1.n h'V'ninV th u44H<| ti j i'f It'indffd and 5 ROBI.IIOJC,' VV < tidet bevond jurisdiction, ; ian., of thi4 Court. ; I ___ oUc--

ftiriy "fire "hid R'vf *.-ent1i acre. "I_injf a (-rant : *.' j .'.., tutu! ; .fSt. On. ii o. lu'the We;t;,.. \ : '
rat Ie.t<* Vrnsnl.t .1.! 'lm' \t 'II ",.I..n.I.| nnd ".n. UnNIsD. HKRKioTT; >In Chancery.,. motion iif-B. A. Putnam, .Eq., Solicitor l 11111RMaYIt In SIX HH'III. after. date. ,I .Eallaval' tfJ

.. ..,." ',2 1 De'isIr. D, 1817. V. ,*att.fyandState 11".0.; AlI..tM'Cl. S ; S Complainantt, : *, tb> ab Mrn*:* the Hon. Juds. of | rul. *ftf.fc'?*

'. k::::.'. ".1,. J..t.n"t".I I., .1. **f r >"|,I,, for andand'all C'U.LV:b ; Sifltosi. S" ; S S : .Jr J. ORDKRCO D. That th*> tnid. ,S vOeorj*> #,;.nd his. wife, f Ntl4_aii, forl>lifra ,Ditm'w.it.n** .
,on aeai'g. ..r ..iel ipt'r'iti ).jtnl cuts and fT liavlnjf i bean made to appear, by'"Aid..rt to try do appear ami$ anwer_ the ,. '' ** .rl r>.id. iq G'rv' .Hir21't'bam. l I.r < 1.

p h-t;:. MI ."i ....., .'''' sl I.'rll.elJ.nel ,1.. *nli.f".ciion of the Court, hut the..trvernl within tin months '>r the '.ama' will be" thai j'irudirti .11I"r..pl.f aral all frnanis..hiniflE drllJlact.
'S t l In .he.".blt :entilJrd'cnute ,riide.he. ..Id ,* "1". areberrhy rrqafreil to r'
: J.-.r n .t..tC"C".I.I.. Jiutidreil nod tt' duf; ,:.I.I.nt. cnsea.n agatrtt him i Yale, q:,
<'. anll. it.l1-"0"hU.. : YetI..1 ,the limit..of site! sse.r! 'FoiidaandihHtio ) > AII .ITII ; &THERO&flE1tEDJ 'Thai a :( \ > rn'1 "".. for.Witlentmt t* Jltr\

U lar.--S '. -L THOS, C. ELLIS- ". !. of:'N.! | .C !1\' l u.wifWn! the Unld| ;S thl.O.r.1"r/J S pubtwhrd ,in-tome wjfTtper j ; \ \ ; Winslow 1'1' JOHN IIIGWNDQTIUOTV.Ai.z 6r1 )f.-

Sli-rilTin-J TttICt4ILCLIIr.XrnnssvsIl. Steiri : im motion of co-opiairinni:* S..bCllnr. it i* tt'tWthJVtiefll4I.! Circuit, nca i a ,week, c )! :. 11 '" F Jt..' 7. I 1815. : .;"I;.''f J h a f 'I he. .a id .l.4.i1nt!a\r); ".[Vpea rt nl.r 'lively for. .. moaihi.. ,' '- SS _- ,; : ; .,, W.the same : IwuoorMM$$! .

n.werih*.corrij..inn&ttill wJtmh 1..u,Monlh,' ** TH03. DOUaLAS; J then. .L,I hereby. Informed., that we- OWII.bJ "

t :'f:1 ;..c..: l' Sheriff's Sale. .. |ht .amff.wiI1 J lie;J.k.p(9.nr..*,..naint, T,.OiCAR .inT..C'--ric'. 34 f'*ald. Couri. : That a capy of Spanish' Graai to p..mJ".o F..niaiiatS! $

:' LJ. ,B>;; ,SOLI)..* !h.! 7ilf .yr.S.jiiiriKlr .h!'m ; and it 1"furthyr.orlere l.thata' copy of I hitrdr. 'certify $.ihe.above-1\ true copyf.,f',th ] .,f thi C9 nrf, IIr 1..1.1ft Marion "D',.- E. F."isdr.aIls;

WJ ss.aT, .,...*.n.lta.. _I*. ir4,
," 1"1c..At ,11'111, Jt.. "t. d.Tt..n.I.r.N.'w. trjwiWisb..i l in"tom".hew,,ppVr printed,within tlif'I Ninth Joy?March. A.,D. iSiB." week CQ;ecu-' known onlV>jgpanuh plot .

: /_ 111njlL'.f-... li:; ''l"ar.J..n< i'tt1*' ,I..I. .'... 'ii J..m-Ci'.iJif* Florida; oniw'a we k co sec.. ; 1.TESTIMONY .WH ER *. :1 5 Wk, ami aWti Marion and A

:' U:tt" ,{ :11..1.;I. '. "F. .uirvib. snirwpf n,11 fur Ij"'r..fJ'I tbjtJ.i (SJford) (,L.,S.J' unto trt .my fiiodf ad*affix tha & Jdg- \retampkfe .'lrir. hammocfc.Id f t

: "lfifj'l'.f S ,Ja*e. dui It, tbJ5t..t- of ['JorLia 'n arciwint nt'I GEO' S.1IAWKINS. Jude.&c.; j iaid.Coul1.. r. ,... t'S : 1'f.t'" I_. .Coon*hereby. -h a 11 p'r40R* from occupjiuof i li'lf. .
S ..tD'ftrr..f, IatJ. Jt .II 't'1t .uJ .JJTZCI .I.n S St. J..lm..IIII'1 Circuit:ri. 4 OSCA1t HAltT, : of J'8uinC oa laid
; } -t It; hr P) n Order
.. anel. .i"re..ro ;r: iPrF:R'BQPMj\ .Clerk(,; i" f"Co\lftt I : MarcnlS. -.o-, ;y land.THOMAS tfD
11".n 2
1t' l'r.t.lhJe! 1." ,.. .. 4. ,, ; .us on iho 1elt. S "NOES.
'. '0.1' l"t rllfy th 'fatrfoiif la t& a Troa, "' ,4. S "1i1"S S EnN!
: 'r S.iil, lt'vi4t.w.: .(r ivluraedb { Inw1ty Ro Jierebt ff : CJri I ; ; : S. D. ,_,

; --S :: f1;( !f>V; 'J_. 3 itnx-* piiir" ((1.nJ1.tl !, .!( rr pol.....R"f'tf'If 1 :n!., : ;:' r -J; I 4 "j tTebaee1SeednRu.eperinr t \ S .JaeItrn'vUt.No,. J3. 1845. -to'

: ;. ... .JI."N jenni 4.vibPis.wJ: |J.y. ih* "Supremo Court"to1 [LlWITNF.4 mxJ.nd' asjAwsi) qui.;\1" & .'V"' IHfA 'J ( : ;.. ahtt teal : ."V m" T.mXlt
Jpt..t\- .L rv.'*l nu\l, llSIa'f1C.o't. : ,# S.r-np" .Court this I t J2h Mny.A. 0., I84ff/ bacco'S.. ,..o .ntf. '- d.. tnre'' ot'." : ., It.I' '1&0' h...',. .. S fII ( W ; t
S THUS. 'C.'ELLIS. $b.'nfld Tal Co1leetor. xigt 'PTEaDUUu, CkrkJ .. t HK'lt.!.:. ; ktr elftkY,. or1.1. :lclTwffupn1ocLS -
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