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: July 3, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057493
oclc - 02705858
notis - AKP5519
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System ID: UF00054483:00204
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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:\\i Lam or:: will All adrertiaements be made. must be paid for before in- '- -- .' .....,. "' f -. at Qwe8-krl', Davis county,, in that ,
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05: .required,will be once J.OUI as:i rat sed my lips' from hers, stnmpaid: ome''on full particulars ; "--: v # IUUUWIBg
:c. insert'icns continued until forbid chisel, and IThe : A,Mr. Bell
,. and charged for. she.lifted her, delicate' little hand, ,and made the:hull>arth,shake. ,Butkept oh Odd' Fellows( had a :large nnd;:I 'see of the Mammoth; who is ,the Jel-
jE/Tire dollars will charged. for all announce me box the : _imposing; procession i Cave ,Hotel had
: gave a on in Baltimore) ,
f neota ofcandidates for office. 'ears' tjiat made before,bouncing i .at the,;ratcr-q: ( ;twenty the:occasion of'the on)I 'agreed to'sub-let It to another .
' !' OnetquareforStxtonth.', : .: '1 0.00jCotire me see'more'st rs than ever were viewed feet.everypop: ? till;! got to'aturn ofthe: splendid dedication of their ''Whose'name: we' have ,been person,
It r. : unable
frr to Debtors and Creditors/ : : '10 00 by Hershel through his Kg lescope. roadi, ai(; was, under such. full headway HalJ/oii Ihe 25th:tilt. THe mftroductory -. -learn, and had received to
for Letters Administration ( a thousand
:-00 Somewhat :address' '. dol
..' Oy: All religious notices, will be Inserted gratul. nettled, and; :withmy eheek that I: could'nt turn, so 1 tumbled -Mr. Lenox was" delivereU by lars in advance. At about the
the the
with : 'Oration, :
smarting I : Mn
pain again seized her head by Giles
over heels: down
tOt IStY. a b b1i ,money was I
gXAll adnrimble personal communications will waist and said well, if don't like it house and landed by a ,and,the accompanying; services' ,by the ; paid! a, gentleman arrived. : at .
advertisements.B3 you with head and Rev.- the Hotel) and wished
, .
my Messrs.
charged s
'C' I V Mailer accommodation
take Cox
just back
.. *All bills for Job Printing must be paid on,theieir the. kiss. She made a shoulders co-strollic into a swill barrel,I 'as well the and, Sprole, -torhim.eitndJamlly. Bell persuaded ,
41 '''yofthework.f desperate struggle, and as she:jerked nod ''rri/ feet stuck out behind and subsequent ..ceremonies the new lessee who' : :
'o.the' seemed .
commnnicafxNis must be addressed up dedicationiii i .. reluctant
1'AI1 toGltLKTT herselfJJrom ; which 5
tofc. & ,HAZ/ARD pottage paiL my arms, her foot struck, I into,the, air-Just'at'the time the.locomotive of,the Grand the officers lo. receive them .anti ,aa 'j'a''daughter .- ... '- ,
the lye pot and over it went., .nntl"ap....... found I had :ILpdffe;,participated, were ''' .
-- -- ----' ____"n' .got.. awav.from.it.,- .. all highly "creditabletathcr sc W5--A.TV";- t.' .hn. I
TilE DYING GIRL. galley of editorial was sprinkled over it commenced. p.itting.ih -f'-----= oreral tile. ; -.
.. Thfjr ,*JT I'm living fast, mother, the floor,, and in her efforts reach : : waterinto. 1 'speakers and the association\>f which .tiarper.wh.o ug fi.
.... to the me; and ,just literally "spattered it all they' : of the. new' lessee
lie.d I I4bl it 10; are.iDernbersye)) ocqupie
:t, Fut nil seems oprmoth...,, doorherfoot slipped and she felland 'ov r'me.' 'r thought i in' toy1 soul Vesuvius 'cellent"taste. "* ,as"*, in .the. .e.x- the room vhich ..!SellV Tj slept.

'''III, And my cheeks have censed to glow her ;:effort to sustain herself, her hand had busted someplace i in the neigh- .. This change was unknown to:the new

noel Jut pine yourlmnd upon my heart; -her lilly white hand, the same little borhood. _Butdo: you suppose I staid' A $.t" Louis'paper tells.us a, story of lessee, :who had it seems, conceived the
wiH' ) its beat!
How puUes hand that had come in contact with there longl No-sir-ee disconsolate horrible: plan of
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They'll noon be still-I know they will, just walked: ..who, seeing i the murdering Bell that
Iii And then my sleep-how sweet! my .ears-oh, horrible !-was stuck up right through'that: barrel, and came out remains of' his late wi felower d into night, and 'recovering the money.
I.'Pr to her elbow in the ink keg !, Shade of the'other end and so quick, that it really the:grave exclaimed :with 'teats in his At midnight he entered Bell's room

0 Tint riihe'I me on cutrh your arm llw*,breete mother, Franklin what change came. 'over the looked ashamed of:itself.. eyes,' "Well If I've lost cows, but'I ''never with three ''accomplices, whose faces

Anil fceliuibrentl.may of balm, mother, beauty of her band'! She slowly drew ;Now here I am, a rale propelling, had any'thing to. cut-like: this!" were, disguised by'being blackened, and

I Kreh (rum'the It'nr, trees. it from the,keg dripping with ink, and .double revolving snollygoster, ready to murdered, both the, young lady and

Tto flowrt-ii are full of lift* and joy.HOW asked. me what use I made of that tar attack anything but combination of JScAool Examination.-How is, the. his own, daughter But the tragedy

Arvlnv r/rh rop the-lilac how bloom-it blows I began to be seriously: alarmed,,and ap- thunder, lightning, smoke, rail road United,States bounded]. did not end here., The strange gentleman
sweet ,-
Youboar:) it to my tomb ologid in the best manner I could, andto iron,. hot water,. and, a swill'barrel-! By America"principally, the .rest by hearing a noise, came to the door
I.'S my surprise, she seemed rather Hurrah for Texas, clean through to Texas. SIn ; of his room with a revolving pistol in

I. '1k m.*rry May for some mother, pleased than an ry-but,, there: wasa Cape Horn. .** what does it abound his hand, and _seeing four men apparently .

With Tb.'irj'yous',nrl'! *ong laugh they I hear come mother, "lurking devil 'in her eye'' that States, counties, towns, justicesof' negroes, coming from his'daughter's
\Vhose conga to me-how dear! told me that there was mishchief afloat. INNOCENCE. ;' the peace, big bustles and postmasters. room, shot, three of them dead !-
O Ift hem sing them by my bed As I stood surveying the black cover- Cheerfulness beams, in her eye.- What are the, products The," fourth fell on his ,knees, crying ,

Ia 'f1U I'm' ,*vire'Oyrrruun,1'twill tfoothn me when my pain I'm;tleoil ing of her hand, scarcely able to suppress Her smile is like a ,spring morning.-; Warming pans, fossil remains: ,and that he was a white. man, and begging -
,ajlaugh at .its On her brow are schoolmasters. for which
Thai wild- pleasant.tr..in. strange metamor- enthroned spiritual mercy was granted, and he
b.d y-t phnsi;,.she quickly raised it on high, I peace and repose. Unfading roses and ''What is it governed by1Jemmy.Polk then confessed the 'whole. He was immediately

The light. 'Income. moJim, mother. and brought down *'kcrslap," upon my I lillies bloom on her cheeks. Her stature and the'school committee. : committed to prison.V care
,'IIII 1 I ,- nn i| tw ton f..C' cheek Before I could r is like assured,that
recover from the upright stem.ortbs slen a : these facts are in the
JSy l"am begin* In*"im, mother.
:ashy limbs set oiM njiHC.e. my surpise, the same little hand, had der Naircisse. Roguish zephyrs, ,en- I II -main; ,. correct._ m.-nn, ,l- tbat p---- the--.- ureJ.h'-----t. py--_ J'
An iiiigtT, iM'tiding (rum iln* ,.Lit... again descended, and left,its imprint on circling themselves about her, blow her I The popular expression "Shan't doanything 'citement prevailed at Owensburgwherethe t

lie liB\A that I inu-t runir; the other cheek. lig'1t.vhite garment, and play with her else;" originated! "with Charles story; received, implicit credit from .

II) 0 I'm m'.th's going! .Ir to,'my"f"'r home IPlnrult''r.! \Vhy, Mary,' I exclaimed, 'what arc flowing.tresses. Crowned by'thelIowrs Lamb,.,who,, when asked by a Lady to the channel through which it 'c in'e.- .)

you about V of the graces she wanders sportively accompany her to a favorite "watering We shall 'probably receive particulars '.

I LOVE IN A PRINTING OFFICE-i 'I think you told me .you foiled ink over the earth, which is:blessed ,by her place replied-"I shan't anything soon.-New Orleans Tropic. -':'

CHARLEY GETS HIS FACE I on thejace of the form,' said she, with presence; storms and darkness. ,flee else, my 'dear" It is now the, world's ., .
DAUBED WITH PRINTER'S INK I 1 I a loud laugh, and again her hand lit: in from her; poisonous snakes dare not mouth stopple. From the N. O. Jeffersonian, 13tli ult. .

" BY MARY, HIS LADY LOVE, & .. i my face-taking me a slap in the, very: molest] .her; .stinging,plains become soft FROM THE ,RIO'GRANDE.

it: I once heard on old Jour remaik, middle of my countenance, and most I under her feet, heavenly grace diffuses J& Cute'' Chap.-"Sam, how do you Per Steamer,Gultcston.-The ,steamship -

m' that a printing office was no place for wofully bedaubing my eyes. "With 'a itself about her
,a, l love-making- I have since exper.enced light step and a merry peal laughter, When mortal men submitted to the "In 'the old way, by being .friendto i Isabel, when about 100 miles from her t*

,' the truth of his obser\3tion-being she skipped through the door. She voice of gentle Nature, and lived in a fellow that fights." destination, threw out one of hcr.wheel. |

'.1' now perfectly convinced that the flowerof turned back when beyond my reachnnd love, quiet, ;and peace, then Innocence "How's that 1" in consequence whereof, ,she, :.was compelled .

'r' love can never bloom in the midst oftypes with her roguish face 'peering in at the dwelt on,earth,, wandered, in the fields "Why. "you see, I hold's their coats to make the .remainder of her.

... stands and printing ink.It doorway, she shouted back. with,the,shepherds,joining them in the for 'em while they fight, and then I passage on one wheel. ,On her return

I. was my fortune once to sojourn in 'I say, Charley, what kind of roller dance anil: song. But when man, in,an alopu.with it"!'':' passage, the same accident, urred to

tie village of-. Directly opposite does my ,band make !" evil hour of 'error, endeavored to' be : remaining'wheel l, and she was obliged

the office was a pretty white cot- 'Oh, said I, you take too much ,ink!' wiser'thairNature, "IhnoVen'ce returned Whena.manstopshis newspaper on I ;'to. come. to.an anchor at Poverty 4'"

1 lage, with a rose blush clamoring round Ha! ba she l laughed, 'well, goodbye to Heaven Fatherland. account of pecuniary forebodings, he is I, Point JMr.,Bisby [chief engineer] arrived -

the casement, and I was not long in Charley-that's my impression 1 ha ha!' Since that time- she rarely visits: this about'a gone case, as if he, should ,conclude -. _in the, city to procure tow .boat

,'; making the discovery that the aforesaid I went to the glass and surveyed myself earth, and rarely i is visible to human to,stop his daily bread. for,fear. : he to bring her up. .. -. '

white cottage with the rose shaded win- for a moment, and verily I believe.I eyes. hould come to ppjverty. The New York and James, L. DAY. .
Jo lo\v, contained a fair inmate-a flower I could have passed for a Guinea negro were at Point Isabel. The latter was

I whose beauty far outshone the loses without the sligheat: difficulty. Prosperity.-There is ,a: well)] known An exchange paper says it is as hardto to remain and carry the troops, from

.3 that clustered around the window.She .- And so, said Ito myself this is love adage, 'Prosperity gains friends, but tell where moderate drinking ends Point Isabel to Burita,. on the Rio "

" was a little! ,blue eyed saucy looking in a printing office The devil flyaway adversity tries them.' The friends who and,drunkenness begins, as to tell when Grande. <

1. creature of some sixteen summers.- with such love have been attracted by prosperity, almost a pig', ceases to be a pig and becomes a The army was moving up the Rio

She was the belle oi the village. Her The next morning ,when the editor invariably fall away on the approach -' hog. Grande to take possession of the small

name was Alary-sweet poetic Mary.It came to.the. office, I 'rather calculate'he of adversity; but.'where Jriend- towns.
was a beautiful summer morning, found things a little topscy-turvey. ship is pure, disinterestedand foundedon A proverb saith, "Labor while the The Galveston left Point Isabel on

and I had raised the window to admit However, that made no difference to genuine esteem, affliction serves ''to day lasts,.for the.night,cometh when no the 7th; Galveston on the 19th ult. ..

the cold breeze from the flower decked. me, for I had 'mizzled' long before day bring it put more prominently than ever. man- can work."' There were no Printers The, ship Ondiake lemaincd, off the '

, fields-nnd it was not long before I i light. Like the rainbow, true friendship is when that was written. Brazos. St. Jago on the 8th inst.

.I preceded that the cottage window was I bore the marks of that scene for brightest in the darkest storm. The "* "* "" "* Mi Ml 'Capt. Hoo and.a number officers
I also hoisted, and that sweet little Mary many a day ; and now, whenever I seea Irish case we have heard' is and men wounded in the battles of the-

was seated near i., busily engaged, wither lady enter a printing office, I thinkof Jl Dive for a Husb n( .-A>. young that,of a_ cook, who happening to let 8th and 9th'ult., are passengrrs board

lii needle. I worked but little that little Mary\ and keep my eye on the lady was told bv' a married one that she some the candles; fall into water, put themin .steamship Galveston.From .

morning. My eyes constantly wandered ink keg; and tho' she were as' beautifulas I had better precipitate herself off the oven 1 to dry.. the Galveston News of June 6. .

towards the cottage window, where Hebe, I would not venture' touch I Niagara. Falls, into ,the basin. below, The Texan Advocate states that

1 little Alary\ sat, and all sort of strangeand her with a ten foot pole. Talk about i than to marry. The young lady, replied 4'm a victim to artificial state of some four or five discharged soldiers '

phantastic notions whirled throughmy love in a bower, love on a spring seat sofa "I, would if I thought I could finda society," as the'monkey said when they from the army, on their way home. S
brain and I love husband at the bottom." put'trowsers: him. were surprised by a party Indians and .
fancy lighted began to by moonlight, s rlight lamp- -
think I felt a slight touch of what poets light, or any other_ kind of light, and I stripped of every rag of clothintJ'. The "

C all love, slinding at the corner of my am with you heart.and soul, but I pray A,hungry Irishman k up' a ;raw "I'm boarding, out," as the loafer said Indians were afterwards overtaken and ''.

heart. : you' by the ghost of Faust, never: talk egg; cracked the shell, and was, raising when he curled up for the" night on ap.ile.of the property rescued by some American -

A few days passed away, and chance : about Love in a Printing'office. it, to.his' mouth" when his own ear was { lumber.'Who .. ,wagoners. -

made me acquainted with Mary. Heavens udderily: saluted by the; shrill pipe of
she was a sweet creature-she CHASED BY A LOCOMOTIVE.The an unborn chicken; "Ye spoke too late," < firstintroduced/: 'salt provisions' Pruss .-Letters from Germany "
had cried Pat and down into the nivyl Noah: 'for' he took that the, constitution will be-
a form that would have shamedthe following is a,Hoosier's description ,, went the pullet, Ham nounce
famous Venus de Medici-a cheek of his'first sight of a' locomotive, feathers and. all. .: .the ark.. published early in June. Prince.Henry
I '
= Prussia who is at the head of tho -'
thatoutblushed I ,
the richest and and his -
peach- a adventure consequent thereon
lip that would have temped a bee from I come acro.is through the country:, Scarce.-Unbust led ladies,'pure and'undefiled -' ,news. A.day of the, or. destruction two: :after the of receipt Matamoros off the opposing-pnrty wished the King to proceed

ms hive :christians_ disinterested friends ,I by means of a. sovereign: grant;-
on a frosty morning.' I thought, and struck,your rail roadand'was ply- '
Irishman work '
an at on a building"nearState
I common.honesty :sound" firstrate Frederick William IV ,did'Dot entertain .
as potatoes, ,
gazed her admiration
on :mute ing fourJnotsan hour, Now I
street his hod his
that I had # butter, .and,'rich prin rl. -':' from the'same opinion.; ."I 'wish/' he is
(ever looked one so' had hearn tell 1 locomotives but I
exquisitely '
upon never ; ., : 'shoulder and inquired'' of his tioss: what' exclaimed "I wish,the
said have :
beautiful.. :! L. to ,>
She seemed the dreamed of alive and
seeing one NQ.SIR.ZE., S all the stir was, that madethe: papers
both, the people
constitution to
cmbodinyVt of all that is lovely and be- bu abo S,44 ; engage
kicking t'two mileafrom'here .
; '! .smokeso,like bed '
W itcbjr. 'Ii8s.meKl1te! a'mortar; ,: y"The and the Crown; and ,to attain |jn thatObject
l beam somethin CC.ffiQ'? .neeiiD'" ntbundern' :Yankees'have had a .
'NoSir-ee. victory.: the States '
to consult
Well, time passed on and one day :Mafyexpreised and I Iaok'ed 'around. 91 ought ,
Sure -
"Have ha t's. fuss// Onwfiich "
they .rate -
"Why .not, Katet Do I not love you, united in general assembly. '
_Ir_ ,_ _a desire_ .to_visit. the printingS DuB here she come down after pawing' better..thnn:HDV. ,thins elseV t ,.., .* '' : ; side sure!" .. : _5 S S ', -4 > : *.tStrawberries.
I Uad thought Jf what a.chance!! thearth: and road wide -S '
up splitting-the 1 "They've knocked Matamoros into a
'My goodness-gracious! 1 should: '
1 11 do it It is stated that 20-
there-yes, there in the very open with more smoke, and fire flying think) sot! What fool John.' cocked hat.". -
are .
midst of implements! of mine art.hyshr'ntIl than' \ l but' of hundred you 000 .of strawberries nre sometimes ;
ought to come a "WbyoKate!" '..V "Matty: Morey? B B dad, they'd had
w .Lovei7&aPr.ir2i72g burningUK *:'DS. Th r ,waS"dozen sold in ,Cincinnati in one day.-
!" .. .th 11"'Jiat fulljo ha1 dond'that same by '
'Wly"noph'.e4" :
j DJliCet J"Thcre something .original follefm arter her and to m.ean.yes One-man living ,near the city 'has: 65 l.
wagons save, Scene. closes -John. ;:in' "an enviablepssiticxi. .JJwrickeyNoey.: ;Sittha b'y he was ivid \
in bat, and I was resolved to try, h tarn l black, noisy; neck, she could S .: de shijlalyj J Dy'e; seek..that ngly..scar acres devoted to the 5 "cultivation-S of" ,
it at all hazards. not get clear ftb m. 'I don't Ithbw over:: anent by eye, ,boss! That is Mickey I them.

Well, Mary\ came to the'office, and I whether they scared her,up or not Lave. ',and ,SuicvU-Qner; of our' En-, .s'm rk. ,;A nice b'y1 was Micfcey :40,000 baskets of this Imitate daily
ti plained to her,the;,use 'of.the ,various she' at' the mouth : consumed in New York city Over .
come foaming:', with changes,tells, melancholy! I .tale. ..pf'a; But praps, Matte"yl.rM iey'al had the
I toplements of black,art-the press and her teeth'full,!of burning'red hot'coals, Beautiful, young, lady ,in. DeIavaro'o.. odds again him}" the Erie Rail Road alOnC'there arrive i S
J the roller-the ink and the: stands and and-fthe at 'if he ;. 30,000 baskets per day An extra
pitched right me"as J la.,.having'been compelled by,.her father 'No, Americans were half-starv- -
I foe boxes of the A B, C's> I took an Into' me hkfi"a thousand ;: :There night train has\beenrputoatbe road'forthe'CJ
were going : ,: to marry ,a, 'gentleman .of ibrtmae, ed: and\ .hort' o' :mel were '
4 opportunity to snatch 'her;Jpretty lilly brick-I could'nt std it tiny1 longer; tb q uIi1e. .:kadpromised- \'.her:haad to .e,OaParedes1! baaaful df Taylors;" accommodation of(be rawr '

I Jroite hand, and she .drew it back: so.I wheeled\ round and broke down the !! another.. OAthC, ;morning 'subsequentto ..' QQjJ t'qutci'a': >aadful'o/t JOI'8. berry ,:gatherers.: The price received. )
nocking a stick full of.matter intopt/ road and 'to make' the Aorto' for the fruit averages about J$5.per hundred -
began gravel fly her.marriage whiIethreaktist, sleercoff 4nduretdo'youcaU: that I ,.prp?
: '
I musthaveakis.forthatUlY petty in every dire. rti .....No sooner hid: J Iqok r 'poisoq' Ja Y' ".. w-,".*"4expiJour. j Visions.! .Hout. man, ye'd; be ,a her baskets forth, large' ,and' $3' **(ror JlW. .

O ne, aid I, :and at it I, J g ed ; .,. _ __ : I ., \11',r 4 ,
to ."' "
twist my; arm :around her waist, .ardevry: j P\! n dealijtieI dliki n&paxcnts wcre1present at4leime., I XJW;: ",.A-::- ,_ ":; --1! : i---' : S 1 'II' "
ltld i in strunggling 'torfrerberself; iheqP ajhouaand. \VJJa. 'c ttJl Slobegattto' ; _- q, IinCincinnati ,t.JA; Jz.yP: 4 fallow:.wherekFor ,$ave : 'SG4"w ay.-The'a%e&adchu; .Mreltke c S ;

1t 1 et a galey! ofeaitoriaIaIeng article' ''gain '0n(}me'trcbraml'ep allttle'nlllj: ;. + 1S }-b[ !i't :i G R a...f ,. .I you bp :nQwcekb: ,:k.. .,,' S >(..' ,... .f Saxon Legislature're pQ\",..") tberaf-, '
5a the Oregon quettkm..ftotfeiog ,bat tcathe'btuid 'a'-p.lntr4fo'iftinte-: 11 If$<1 gavpbijhtovo J .*; :a tD Awfe'"! cAr/J': enot" been.trbuo* terB90tt or the ,13thlult", tn di.csaeaofhezcportoftbe

,) I Ranted,. I tnade 'at herftgaln... This. J. "e19n ''the'r d.N_ ; w** hInkIjI'lI ciiuar. #1 rown t\ -'r fas '' r togeth r. :*1; t,.,, l 1wit"r.: :a I ;t'.tfiirik .'\ '' ? .commiti.; i :: i

1,jime I wag more,'successful* fo' *!-t>b; gJ-Of'oit:,I"I:}inger, *as- *-Ianreaton......:,. ,, a \teufatJ' t- :> "'*r were" Miiacpeuw- i' ;- ,tup. \:4.r u: 'i *Mt' ) 1N.. "J 1G/l' .... 1tJw, i. .'h.v- yLi J' t n'of .0; ting'the kanguTnary{ "otaat, 14ik''oa .. S
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TJHLK-.: 'N E"W'S.JACKSONVLL'E. : ,MAKIETTA (GAADYTE.Y-.FlO :I beeajTeeeived' JS "lf5r* at Balti maay., ceatidtmio of feis of pe
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last number received, ). of thispp: ( .,he take the ,field, it: is said he

i ft ,1 t:, __--: ( -'_ _----iH --' _'.-.JULY- :-----3--H., 1846.__.- ." : makes a neat appearance:'r in an,enlarged ly ] li Biand' fLieut.: Tompkins, I have 'under his. command ,an arsjy WOQJlI or
and new dress."" Thef proprietor, N. M. a c -Fort ifcHenry, to prepare I sixteen thousand men including ia tfc..

CALDER, Esq, is a stench. ,supporter of is immediately for Califor the Arista.army of reserve and the troops- of

Democratic principles,#nd a clever fel: of j _ _ hi

1 ----J low. We hope e party,'for which he Volunteers-Election of Col- city Reports that Gen.wer Arista circulation was to becau ill the

; v:THE 4-TH OF JrjtY.--The citizens of.1 is zealously bori g; wiljftappreciate:' th Iuscogee Democrat,.of the to the ca'italto answer charges preferred *

13.i 'Jacksonville,'will;remember that ; merit and reward him'for his enterprising 9 i saysthat the election for Col against him, bat the correspondent
a prb-
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of tho Diario thinks
. this
Vol not at til
rit.MEDLLTIO4. f Georgia Regiment of pro.
cesSion, will be formed, to-morrow morning ; ., < bable.
1-2 10 o'clock' front,of' .. -, If took; place on that day, at the
. at past ENGLAND.-TJie :'New' The correspondent of the Diario
? d fo
,the Hotel, from whence it will proceed York.f Journal ,Commerce" ,,j in publish' ( u,'one.'mile from the city- ,,and le Mariana says, the finances of them,

. I ; to:the Presbyterian Church, where the 'tngthe.arti'clefr m'the' London" .Herald' for ,follows) : -' tion remaIn in the same, state; them ,.,._
. /R. Jackson,' 310H -nt of interest on the public debt
: : Declaration of will be Henry .
Independence of 3d ult. appends to 'these remaiksLetters : ov ,Holmes, .298 still suspended, there were notions traat
; ; e-
read by Major C.H.PEWTandan Oration from the most respectable sour- S. Calhoun. .264 in tho public funds. The got,

. t delivered by S. W.DOGGETT, Esq., ces in England give credit'to,this arti J. B. Hoxey, 36 ernment had convoked a Junta with) the

X i; after which a public dinner will be pre cle. We.know that.Mr. Pakenham has 2 view of procuring means for its ea*.
: pared at o'clock 'at' the Hotel. We : 8 .. --"!- gencies. The President had failed to

. I r desire'to see those places well attended,, been in expectation of*" 'i instructions""" i* A 910 .procure. the relief which, he had aatio.
m&ko a profferor mediation, and that ,
for' Lieut. Colonel and pated from the clergy.
and feel confident that will "'
w. we no pains he has given, :this'as a reason for'not, : ordered for Monday, 22d In regard to the Mexican ideas oft .
:: be spared on the part of the worthy host leaving Washington, even for a few ; : : actions of the 8th and 9th of May the

i of the Hotel, :Mr. O. WOOD, nor of the days. We may add here that all the / ond Blues had marched same writer says the movement of Gea.
make about,two miles from Arista to the left'bank of the Rio
: r4i. Commutee of Arrangements, to interference forcein ampecl Grande
rumors English by Columbus. ;There had been made in of
: and to was consequence express
things satisfactory agreeable
; our war with Mexico, are groundless. : :among the ,Blues, and orders from the Secretary War,and
all whoare Let it be said that
present. The.British Minister\ has declared to I S. \ who had been indisposed in direct opposition to his own judge
4 Jacksonville has been found among the recovered. ment. Arista, he crossed
our, government the determination of says, orer
: first to celebrate the National Independence ; with from three to four thousand men
the British ministry to this etr ct. m the N.O. Delia, 2Ut aIL ,
of our free, independent, happy, ) FROM MEXICO.I and fought'on the 8th the .battle of Palo

; 4 prosperous, beloved and glorious coun SWORD TO COL. Mch'rosu.-At a Diario de la Marina of Alto, in which the army Displayed the

i.' try. A day that will never be forgotten meeting last evening (says the Savannah ., brought us last evening utmost valor and remameu master of
} the field the .
to notwithstanding superior.ity
b by patriotic Americans. Georgian, 26th ult.) of our citizens, ri we find a letfer da of the Americans in artilry.
the 1st ult, from which
: ::. desirous of tendering to Col.,McIntosh, : The Mexicans set down their loss ia
THE WHIGS AND GEN. SCOTT.The following extract:
. a Sword for his gallant: services at the of the neuter nations the two battles at 262 killed, 355 wour,
tE manner in which the opposition rail ded and 135 prisoners.
battles on the Rio Grande, "Major against the blockade of
4 : against the administration has hardly a The splendid frigate Christiana .
Charles] Stephens was called to the declared on the 29th of last
: { parallel in old federal times; the abuse the commandant ofthe U S. at Vera Cruz on the 22d ult. and

; I pr; is as indiscriminate as it is wanton.- chair, and \V m. H. Bulloch appointed allows only 15 day j/or for supplied the Spanish vessel>I)f war lyIng
,._ 0 secretary. A Committee appointed, at Sacrificios with the moMhs

leave the The provisions
Some of the the whig journals seem to to port.
: r' on motion of Col. Edward J. Harden, portion of the American fleet and left orders that she\(1houJd
,: : If' take it for granted that everything the remain there. ,
LI Isle] Verde and the American
reported resolutions which our ,
; : government does is wrong, and con- express St. and Falmouth Arista assigns as his reason for with
appreciation of the services, of Col. Mcr a
Ii -. demnit in advance. As an illustration brig, are cruising before drawing from Matamoros its destitutionof
I ntosb and another Committee' was and the of
; provisions, want means to
take the case of Gen. Scott. It i is past
designated<< to cause a sword -of hand- are leaving this city defend it if vigorously attacked.
: the art of man to conceive what motive <
j Jndicadur of Vera Cruz of the
.. some and suitable materials and proper \\T e arc now here as
the administration could have in treat- 30th ult. positively) that Paredes
.. with the only difference: that says
devices to be made, and presented to
: : ing the old veteran with injustice. He is in a better condition. will march to ihe frontier, with the artmy

: has, in former days, stood tho fire of Lieut. Col. James S. McIntosh, in the delay, the Congress of of Reserve, so that there arc laurels
name of the citizens of Savannah, andto had the first the yet to be won by our army and the
the enemy, and received "plaudits of meeting on
, their tribute to the gallant Ex-Pres brave volunteers.Two .
Bustamente the
; accompany ,
his and the would
: countrymen, people
Mexican Generals
American soldier with of appointed President of the names not
;i f be ready to guard him from assault.- copy it is 'generally believed that given, arc reported to have died of their
a the resolutions of .
What motive, we repeat, could the administratIon tl1emeeting. be elected legal President wounds received in the actions of the

have had in him of Stli and 9th.
: treating GEN TAYLOR.-It by the following
appears The of Acapulco Iris been de.
I that Parcdes will march port
with But the did
i injustice whigs not from the Cincinnati Chronicle,
dared closed1! to foreign commerce while
!Matamoros at the head of H
;l i stop to ask this question. They declared Cincinnatus like, reaps at times other the it remains in possession of the insurgents
largest portion com
Sv that Gen. Scott's rights had been harvests than those of war; the body of troops called under: Gen. Alvarez.

( invaded, and that "executive malice" Directly in the rear of Newport, on The day for the departure of The blockade] of Tampico was: com.-
:rfr vented itself upon the unoffending the estate or Gen. Taylor, we,noticed to is fixed already, but nobody menced by the sloop! of war St...Mary'son
afternoon wheat 'field of Gen. Bravo will the the 20th ult., with the same notice
k Scott. Take the following from an yesterday a occupy
several hundred which will : ad interim. to foreign Consuls, &c., as were g fen
acres, probably y
1 editorial, in the Boston Atlas, June 11- is A'c. at Vein Cruz.
be ready for the sickle in the of payments continue,
f. "N t,daring to assail him while the -
The' has j remained in .the worst .
coming ten days. sun already con- CurrewxIete >f the CtiarUrtiixi: Mrrcury.
Ti whole,country was ringing with his exploits tinged it with a rich golden hue, and as Government had called u WASHINGTON, June :!O, iSlb"

;l! the executive now vents all its the land i:1 i greatly undulating, the appearance the purpose of procuring The Senate did not sit to-day.
venom upon the head of the unoflendjng of the field when bowing'under / which I believe can hardly In the Housc.of Representatives, Mr.

r' Scott, in an attack utterly without the influence of the breeze is'"beau- : because the clergy is not McClelland presented Resolutions from

"}} provocation, assails him with a bitter tiful exceedingly." The berry is large the amount of $90,000 I Michigan. Laid on the table and ordered

t persecution, and deprives" him of just and well filled, and the whole field gives by the Government; and r ,to be printed.Mr. .

t right in the army. token of a "glorious promise., ." 'hand the actual l condition G.V.. Jones' Resolutions from

I On reading the correspondence, the States is not such as to the Legislature of 1 eluj:4Hefer: !?

I t Atlas made, it is true, a faint atone- TIlE Ananr.We learn from an or- them any resources. red to the committee on Military Affairs

: ment-not'a tithe of what was deman- der from the \Var Department, dated the N. O. Picayune 2Ui ulr.' and ordered to be printed.
\lr. Gordon moved re-coKsiJerar
;, ded. We quote this as instance of on the 2d ult. and published in the St. arrival ,of the brig ,Christian, tion of the vote by which a the House refused

i1. the indiscriminate abuse with which Louis Republican, that the commandof .bl oQdburr, from .Havana, we to order the distribution of the

the administration is assailed. Such the Western division of the army < from ,the city of Mexico to 10th volume United Suites Laws: and

f r assaults. are as ridiculous as they are I has been assigned Brevet' Brigadier May-three- days ]later than' moved the previous question.

: I unjust.I 1' General M.. Brooke. in place of Gen. advices.a't These advices' Mr. Seaman: moved a call of the
: Havana by the Brit- House. Lost, Ayes 31 Nays, 96.
Gaines. The headquarters of the Western
from Vera Cruz. Her de
I PRESIDENT POLK AND GEN. SCOTT.In .- The previous question was seconded
. '. one of his letters to Mr. Marcy, Gen. division.-are;;. now at Jefferson:Bar ') delayed some days, as and the motion to re-consider plsse; .-
fr racks. e action of Congress, which Yeas 99 45.
Scott alludes in the .. I
following manner : 1 on. the 27th ult.,at Mexico, After debate by Messrs. Drorogoole,

.t t :i to his interviews with President Polk: IMP(RTANT RUMOR.-A report.is prevalent p l courier. from the capital not i Houston, Rathburn, and Gordon, the

"You speak of my interviews with at St. Louis (Mo.) 'derived from' .J e city till ,the evening of the I previous question was again moredf

the President on the subject of the intended the clerk of the steamer Nimrod, ,that .m : and the ,Resolution carried y'Yeas KA
li : r sponde t of the Diario de ,
; formidable invasion of Mexico. hundred Indians had : Nays 59,
two encamped.at
t I I wish I had the timo, to dojustice to l .of-( Havana, writes, from city ,On motion of Mr. McKays the Howe
my recollection of the President's excellent St. Joseph's, on the 7th ult. on their of :: on the 29th, that not a ,suffi went into committee on the 'f rift:

.. sense, military comprehension, way to Fort Leavenworth, to'volunteerwith 'er of members ,of.Congress .Mr.Uarrab, Pennsylvania, had the

I ,patience and courtesies in these inter the United States expedition to to form_a quorum, neverthe- floor, and proceeded to make a speedon

f views. I have since often spoken of .Santa Fe. tory session was held, and the fifty-four forty question.Mr. .

t i the admirable qualities he displayed on n> be adds ,that, Sr. .Bustamente. Snw.er"of Ohio, followed Xa 1

those ccaaions with honor, as far as it A TALL_ C ANY.--T ,e'DaytpnQ.) : i nt. ,may,be considered,as speech in which he reviewed the Ore
in to do him,honor." en ofthe Congress, and ,that b14.
; t:t was my power J.ourool.8ays:, A new company for the. gon question,- nd continued)) the
. r The General was evidently disap. y projjability that Sr, :Pa- ing but of the President,fro Jr r-oar
]Mexican war is forming re. Twentyone : be, elected President of. the .
forty-he wound his :
Ili pointed. His letters indicate that heIlliu up sp4hOWCrer
; : ,
the .be
volunteers hare enrolled themselves Cofigress appearing to his
by professing
.has drunk sufficiently deep in ihe ,whig ; their aggregate height ,i is 126 be : him. It, is added that vote for the reduction determinatioO'd(;

IPE1: ( t -partizan love, of the times,. and probably feet, being. an :average of 6 .feet 'aU te es 't take the field j in the pre exposing some of the,absurdities of :

flu: set, .down the President as an .imbecile : r p lgOt Gen. ,Brayo,: now in higher'the duty the lower ihe prICe,
round, ( : : of the!,troops, at Vera. .Cruz, theory.
barbarian. He
I1it or found .'- -U -. '" L-- '. -h it "Ice 4'rt_ .
Col.,Polk'to have not only "excellent A letter from Liverpool,i received: per ; 1i Mr Andrew Johnson, of aeS'was
( d
I very .fqnerally: that, the next speaker.. He thtghtt ,&
jsense," but -no" little."military compre Caledonia statetbauhecbaTgo.for insurance -, such as, it, i is,,will at onceijn-; the .,Democrats ought not to strike t?

: :hension." By and by, the whigs, will of cotton,;'"'against i '.S i tii'd'" s witbdictatoriat.powers for the President in the dark, as they 1i0Were. *

find out ,who Ja.moK. Polk,is, capture,_ i is 30spertcepf,. from .Charles/-j'- in period, and then- uzspend.its' He"offered aamendincntt0t the
r vr.top -
wejl f]I j in- --*Brjtish-as i-f American- bottoms Many; deputies had openly bill, proposing 10 taxi capital emplosw
as, ; ; I
I .The btrtli-ploce bf General) ,. ,favor of tbs and flVCtl
f, ... Taylor,, I"i / course i In'bankiqgr shaving notes
lias become subject of some doubt. ._ .__ .. -.. i v b appeared, to, have, reached in bank,or oiber.atock,- &cone per C&
11" f'' u r. !-' "*-*> v' t t '
: and, have THE, .SrjBfjecT.-T-JVV learn that tfie concentration annum also 'tofacturing tUX many
Virginia Kentucky disputed OREGON ( < } ( per proposing
f to a siog'ehaQf'appeared tp
t for'the honor..oC-:birth; and in Virginia from: :.an'authentic. ,source,, .(says'the'Alexandria C : for.r capital to the same e.1t

i three counties have claimed: him Gazette,)' that Mr, ,. 'McJLane's" : or ) )i Ka&lbeen. ,another\'- ,j'dissolujiiori and and silver to laya.plate.tar of ten percent.*. go

Caroline, Ambersr, mjdOfarige.: W.e despatches! :receivdby; the- Prpsident, Jy : stry TheivSecretaries: : of 'Mr.,ColTamar, bf Vermont, next obr

; understand, from the beat .authority, stale'that,.the; rjrorjosition i made,
.that the county Orange, ia Virginia, British Government,.for: a settlement of v w : : .wa wn: |thought p, have,"resigned.. 'rh committee riee,'which was clirrled!, rvTheJoUse
Vpul4 Jesuc.
s.c.titlecLto the,distinction*. The>bro- the Oregon queJti9 ,;wero tendek4bn.trary Qcn. D..Jgc4e; Ioy adjourned,Cb.rl"'CtO! g"I. .-.N.r
; CThI
-- ,th rc1 qen ratr1lytorattDched to the : to the opinipn; Ofobt'the Bri i .. ( atier byD{ Antonio, '() ,icoresenc.: oqRKssIQN1VAswox, Irr.L, :: '"

.i{ !it lr'jjuia XJreperal j 'a)Jor' daughter, tish;Mnistry\ ;:::inc'uding}ihePrcriJ9m1 i; ig: ; t *ft c ne.r1" "

: # .l : rirA 9:leif rOrfD: vis,Esq.pfse and'tht, ,bCexpucs, the' ,deci4e4ppin. ed; : ( ;: t ,}WIie.Qf'c9nYCTSation! ; at ,o.\\.ieg.t,o,tk e. JQclddeath OtHonR1 \. t'
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I :' 'dw .!! ( RepresehU- ion, that'no; : ? such proposition- would have eb : f fI ;:! ;was. .'c ..the,propos:"!d tdef-rtarje.v Herrickf of ew )t.J
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:; ; tak.hecrnmaad
Jransa.e .
i: ;' o1eI4j3Jijrnsel.waa }legi5Jativ..; asess. -Wa,
: .t.IN1be_State'ofJippiarei been made hadfithevnewifvof ,the:htarI m ; : today
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,..I,,!".... . r'.. .r".'' I:with;Mexico. keen ..prcvious1yeceiyed.- f' !. a doing so, although.dissuaded the Senate, the customary annunc} P$ i
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and In the House by Mr, Carroll. in England tncoff.,.and is about to gUsh Aspect.; -We' have /reason,'to"believe ..OB.t.bis,way to:.Matamoros, whither; VV At Black Cptic.. !,of Hoo., cOULLbV V: _. f.. V .

fix; usual resolutions! were then.a (p- leave for.Florence,. there.to join his.invalid that t object 9Jqeu.Arm-stroBg, : hel en ordered as a' member' of aGe or FREDR1CK.JTLIAMJ, It r,-_.. ,.._. D""l._ G "Oak.44V.._..._.NI __ ., ,V. ,I'.
The the United States this .,Col. _- V. \"': '
after which an adjournment took fatherf, It would appear from COBSB! at pen, r: Court Martial to try .J-- -V lV' J t.4 :' "V -

' I ted until to-morrow at noon, when the what.(',Conoe11:stated on Monday,that in proceeding to'America by the Great WkistT : of the Infaatry, .aad;' ..Cap V .r AsSEits II I ..-' ,, ,. -,"" '",

place sermon will be preached. The Sir, Robert Peel is determined to press Western, was to take out a proposal) for ThorntoftbC. Dragoo&s reistf4me- 3 ,St.'M + fron.na.a. : $
: % w.I
was in good health) ,on'Wed- forward the Irish Coercion bill, when the settlement of the Oregon 'question _-f._. V V S ,. 29. Mr..SacJ4eor Ju, o
deCeased last. He died from an inflara- Parliament reassembles_ after the Whitsuntide on the part of the'British: Govetnment. :Rg oftheGertzls-'Qe1i.: 'Gaiaeiissaidh t. : ,. V "'

pesday the bowels. HIS Wife hdI !holydays. Gen. Armstrong :is a veteran 'solderf| u it. ,about 'sixtymne Years of Pirsteem..Wii. Gato.from' &*.*naab.Jalyxd ...;

1itOfl of few days previous on'a visit to The Oregon question has now ceasedto companion'in" sor Gen. Jacksc.mnrend. age;..Gen.Scott about. sixty-four,, and d.-Mre. BArbe :aV.a. It. XfoMhcheN .. Iadi,:' V .c-&'. V
ft but a intimate ( President and Gen..Taylor fifty-six, M.srs.G.\Y. .t..J..t fII'fttI,LVR.P(1I E S
North. Another member, the Hon. give any uneasiness. ;. of i folk, V" f
the ell' .J. Lopez .:]"iudD. Mailer Mass :; '
Woodw-orth, is dangerously ill. ,Freight at i rpool.-The warlike yet a firm.friend to,the preservation of ,
tr. W. It '* estimated:that more than' one cy.an42.d.ck., V. ft,.,'
the Senator elect from Cambria have tended to peace between the two countries. V
Mr. Cilley, tidings per hundred thousand volunteers have already Z ,, -V
Hampshire, arrived and took hIS check,shipments in some degree, and a terms.which, he is nuthqrized,to 'propose -4 ;. .
Sew offered services for the Mexican TO TIIVEJflJBJJr4
the brother qfthe determined ,are, said tq be. such as the ,
to-day. He is few housea having not to governments .... .
seat who was killed in a duel, ,ship in the American bottoms, has caused of both countries can agree to with'lion- war...,. IN JUSTICI f TO MYSELF, ami t*;diabieV ..V .'.
Cilley We think it mention V; VjrewV )* public mini from die iraprtmioai.1Mon-, .' :; V 1
well satisfied little inquiry for British vessels' or, necessary }o
seem some
people here Uailf.p./# 'e'United!. Sex t T8. me to appear tbe colaama, of\a'm w'p.per. ia '
what have stated above have V <
that Mr. Pakenham has as yet"e- There is'not however a single American we as we that vindieatU/a; of my rihti.jsndtoce.tradictempbt.V .
Patriot on
instructions to pfTer Ihe mediation ship in the port, unfreighted. The' ,!seen i it, stated, in some of tbe papers, -rbe ,says, rally the illumed a..rtu>o.(..' wet aa the u&fa ',
eeired Colonel .
of his Government between usIDd amount of,freight going forward is still .that General ,Armstrong has been recalled Friday, Joseph-CilJey, (whig ) unable impressions mada urc.D. pM'j"". and .
of Nottingham 'was elected U. S. Senator vlncli have obtaiMtJ.curt"nrJ with _
his a great maayporaonaof '.
occurred by own government to act in
Mexico. Nothing has limited. In the absence Qf much, demand I V
theuqexpTred wbont I know have
from. that State, to :serve out nothinfr. i *r tw lie- < :
the statement made by for a military capacity. He' has not been_ .
to confirm passengers, ship bqsinessmust Judge' ql"'lnt''aad o.l am acre kauw but very V V
here e p1"qr /Woodbury
Referring to this be considered dull, notwithstanding recalled, and we have ;reason to .believe liule about mr; my(furbcaran Iterrlufurp IIM'.. -
papers of the United
the the Union says-" There is the unusual.scarcity orto nage. that he .will return. to Liverpool in'five appointed associate* Judge. -. tbiagt. arose from sincere tje.lre on my part to* ,.'
matter, States5 urt" in bope*'that lhf*" wpul4!
mne arc .
pn ( ruinpa
six weeks the time .
some excitement and uneasiness in theEnglish The. Parjs paper, La Presse, of Monday or present we ,Iubp'lTdI.whtiou. ; 'a "pubticeunwidiction. 1 tuna :

prints about our war with Mexico reached our office last night, which trust, with a treaty for the partition:of [0& THEV,.] "vtnccf! great. olicitud itt ",rtt ilie'ritadsbp,ai 'i V

? It is even said in Wilmer & announces that orders had been sent, tHe Oregon territory.-London Times, V ..t/: ; V'FAREWELL.V- '. .,. V, V V V.' I well a*.iu elicit i be gnml opinion 6fibe>communityt
Smith's Times that "in the monetary by the Minister of Marine, to, Brest, June 2.. J Farewell. V.! but oh.hpw V $(1hr. fill VV and whom. more circumtanref" especially hiiiu of thnti thrown(* in, me common in my among adopt .

circles of the city, it is whispered that and the other military harbors?, to 'despatch Choler. -We noticed a rumor the. The word upon th* henrt, od State. I,came tn Florida in Drcemfor, 1844, VI '

the Americans has claimed the intervention .a number,of ships to the Gulf of other day that some cases of cholera" \Whoa tendril long I 1146 clung to bojtft bringing with me .my family and the greater part '

: of the British Government to Mexico, to, reinforce the squadron- had occurred at Quebec. The truth is Cherished but to&port. uC'my5 property unencumbered in nny renpect. lo'tocatn '
elfas a farmer, luliwe and die ia FknUa -4
my ,
settle the dispute with Mexico. The I tioned there in consequence'oft e war that emigrants and strangers, if not ,Farewell! trfiat lioj>e., awl! frars, awl.i&b:, bould.Proviiience ordain it so. to rrar up and to # '
be so; but we cannot credit it. I between the United States and Mexi- dilcate bono,tfy: cbiUrer mnlrihute fa V
fact may careful of their diet, and particularly i ) In that find word,we.blgpd.A my *very
i, Koars imnrobabilitv on its front." So CO. respect. at much a* .possible. t<. the establishment .
Ihe of .the St. Lawrepce water -- -- -- '
in use .
J'1' fervent to Him on highForblisiigs !
the European Times, and it says The Qvcrland mail of May 1st reached prayer. V of wboleome laws-tbe goo4 order of SnCM-I- !. i
liable,to Be affected with diarrhoea ,
says arc ; onij (r end. and the fro!|>eriiT of she country ; iifcntiiying' my
truly. It isfaslonishlug how any man London yesterday. It posesses no and cases of this description occur.ev- V interest with the interest welfare and .'rri foIl ,

of sense sb/ould) propagate or believe political, and little, commercial, interest., ry day. Put there is no Asiatic cholera Farewell the flowers breathe, and' V .die, of tbn people. I have been and rortfinu In be :

such an ab/urditr. We can take care Th.:* fteds of another contest. in the and has been none in the province Hut' still.we. feel d worth, actuated by no other'motive* than those of an bon V "
relations with Mexico termination In the.w..el ling'ring near arable ambition,attain'an elevation in the estimation .
in Sikh at.OW fragrance
cfoarselvf! our country \vere.-own since 1834-. Montreal Herald. V V
fellow citizen, by a* lianest, uprightand
,without asking the slightest intervention of the late war. V The spot where they had birth.' V 5V ,' independent course i>f ronduct, wbicb my _

frtm England or from any other Portugal has,been the' scene of another From the Cherokee Country..The ,Fare wpllj' and thus earth dearest friends enemies, I believe, no far as tlieir personal know- V .

power. The London Morning! Herald attempt, at revolution, consequentupon Cherokee_ Advocate of,.May 14-, .comr In form indeed sever, ledge of my affairs extend .ill award to:me. '. III
rather different version of the of the It that Gen. Arbuckle will may Soon after my arrival, and at a time, when tviy interest
plains not
gives a a change ministry. np- giveup
But mam.". flame still glows the same as n farmer wan m.*ily! t<. t.e looked to.
imticr, assays the British ministers pears that, for the Portuguese, would Ellis Starr and Tm. Starr (wham In each true heart f..iev r. as wejl n. attended, tomy nejroe* deserted" tbeir

have dejurmlned to offer their mediation haven>een a more' than ordinarily ener- he has in custody) to be tried by theauthority ,homes, took la their secret place and f overt in I

&{ An effort has certainly been geiic. affair.Or of the nation. Farewell! it lingers OR the lips,.VV the wood?,leaving my crop in 'the field, and my

madelo enlist them in the cause; for with the daring etrrGDIt"'II.t a band of robber*, in
we have before us a letter from Mr. ; asked whether the governmenthad Jack Elliott living in the Deleware in sweet response,repliesNought the hour midnight*, dUtiubin; the peaceful slumbers

Powles. the chairman of the committeeofthe been officially informed that the district. He was shot while'at work but, farewell farewell.Jadctonoillr of my family by breaking into the storeroomin

South American and Mexican President of the United States had received I in his field. The murderers were threein July. l d,, 184$.' FRANK. my duelling Imu*.. as well a* b"in and. otpurloinng .

Association, addressed to Lord Aberdeen i directions from Congress to give number. Elliott was a white man. TEMPERANCE-- MEETING.. ,other ho Me*articles. ofVsuh4stnP Bncon and, not Corn5 alone wish to supply erery _

on the 2d of June, depreciating our "notice to this country, of their intention with a Cherokee wife. their deficiency; in the wooil, but for traffic with
causes of complaint against Mexico, to terminate thejoint occupancy of JACKSONVILLE, July l.'t, 1846. neighboring negroes adroitly skilled in disposing

stating that 'theie is no cause pf rupture the Oregon territory." and whether The Heroine of Fort Brown.-At the The annual meeting of. Jacksonville, Temper of to snail trader! Such illicit gain urged on, .

taiiveen the'two parties, but such as a that notice had been given. dinner given by the officers of the armyto i ance Society for' the purpose_of electing officer. and stimulated by the impulse* uf di*enion.they .
the committee.the Louisiana Legislature for the cusuiog year, was held this evening: 2nd hue rcmatted an ctlled std UIP4V {hh me
friendly and respectful interposition of Sir Robert Peel "I have objection .
V : can no since they!I; first, commenced; th ,upj Iy of tbciCweekly
good ofHceis would remove,' and pray to answer the question the honorable at Arista's'Head Quarters, in Vice President presiding. The following gentlemen rations an i summt'rantl' winter clothing' not

Jug his lordship to interpose between gentleman has put to me by stating Matamoros, the following sentimentwas were electettufflcers'oI the' Society. being* open to public inflection, or as well
enthusiastically cheered, viz: THOMAS LEDWITH, President.VALTER l known to many as a few DII fjt'iou. |iersoos desired
us.: ithout pretending to go into tlnrgumcnt ;, that the American Picsldcnt hasgiven '
the hue ,and was instantly raUe'd and perniciously
"By Lt. Bragg.-The Heroine of do/ cry
; at this time, in order to show i to her Majesty's government the ein"uIated.lt.8' I neither feed nor clothed
that Mr. Powles and the Committee formal notice necessary to the termination -. Fort Brown. DR. GEO. FLEMING, 2dJo. do. V my negroes, at the same rme. thnt I chastisese. V

Lave decided the question' without due I I of the existing convention at the termination Lieut. B. said, that during the whole WILLIAM GROTHE, Recording Sec'ry. verily antI punish aormt ,Jy. They had their
of the bombardment the wife of one of do. weekly lawful allowance riven them,as well as
iJerat ion well doubt! And A. B. HAZZABD, Corresponding
"dn we may very of the in doingso
year. summer and winter clointng. with exception
thc utility! of this i interposition, so far as the President has adopted the terms,. the soldiers, whose husband was ordered GEORGE GOFF, 'Treasurer. V alas much Bacon and Beef, n* I fmraerly hav.igiven 4

r.-hte to the United States.Ve cer- which were assented to by both houses with the Army to Point Isabel, remained The Society will liold-'it.'On 1t regular 'meeting them, owing 10 the hence i,f my stock of

lainly do not ask her mediation. Thereare of the legislature of the United States I I in the Fort, nnd,though ,the shot on FriJaytholOIh.IfJuy) when Dr..A.S. Baldwin, cattle! .,which I left in Carolina; in this re pecr, V

indeed doubt and shells were constantly flying'on every wilt address the Society. Major:A..W.Crichton, however_ ,they have_ nnt.sufr..rrJ, nor wa my chatiement *-
strong reasons, to the that the notice was-given with the view for their gross offences, severe, unusual
correctness of the statement in the London leading to the amicable adjustment of side, she. disdained to seek shelterin has'also consented to address the Society on Friday or cruel -the severett punishment any of my af'I. .

Standard altogether. "At least we the difference between thc. two countries the bomb-proofs, but labored the evening, the 2_| h of July.! The .members and groes received .inflicted on them that wne in _1r.,

hear no confirmation of it in Washing- on this subject." [Hear, hear] whoe] time cooking and taking pare the public ',en 8JI) ) are rrpeCIrUIIVInY&1CJ to. ai-1 Jail in JacksooTille by royelf and my instructions
miLe execution of which I LaT always) done C..
without the least
of the
soldiers regard
) ) V V
ton. England has offered, her mediation tend, particularly thajadies.WM.) 0 "J.owt'dI1' and with no other motite or intention ,
Sonic of the Northern papers are I between the United States and Mexico. to her own safety. Her bravrywas' V p QTHK, ecretsr3r. than correct themihe number of strip*.. V

rowing over the election of Mr. MeDafii -I Mr. Pat,en ham has, received. instructions the admiration of all who were in the in aianycase: *,being far-short of and inadequate V
.Fort. Where the shot flew thickest CIRCUIT. COURT EASTERN CIRCUIT OF to their crimes but which I overlooked in cnnsideration -
?. They say lie is "no friend of to that effect from the British government FLORIDA. The of
she lit higher thing grof perversion
she and
the Administration, but the Union by the Caledonia. was ; frequently asoldier's GRAND JURY'ROOM, \ my conduct and treatment toward my slave*,

claims! him as a decider! friend to Mr. St. Petersburg, May 22-I regret to segar from an exploded shell. Marion County, April Term, 1846. J together with ,the many accusation all11.1a&aioll V

IVilu, and calls attention to the fact that that the cholera to be advancing She i is n laYge athletic woman, having a The Grand Jury.of Marion cuunty, in closing me/eemto arrive from Causes unknownto
say appears frame to her their duties at.this Term, congratulate the county orfr the "hi' of
well proportioned big, gen- my-elf '>m secret por corrupt
Ic'ot d raise the volunteers with towards this
to ; strides
50,000 rapid, rapidly! increasing i population, bringing .us a sided
heart. She is the favorite on and ill-dipoed per on 'twhntake a one Ye _
and !the! : money to carry on the var, city, from wbence, no doubt, it will, in erous vu,t acceitfiuiT uf i intelligence and wyeullli on thrnuIplCiOEI of every subject, antI 'wfiich lt. conventional.,
nd is in favor of all the great measures time, find its way to western Europe.The ,of the whole' army,and being a native corr.mencemm of a State government. mica of society, in the, hope of being admired'

uf icfurni of the Administration. .lJ Markets.Liverpool Cotton.It!ar- of Indiana, the soubriquet every ,where giving as the prosjiect of 'wise administration" induce them !o seek tn injure cbaracfer. and V
attaches to her of the "GREAT WES and salutary enforcement the laws.we would revile tbe reputation ofhne.t and upright men.
.The tre:1twill.1T go out by the Great fit ,fromJfayZQthto June 3d.Therehas I however, beg lave to noii e'a.rew cxitui evils I have been guilty c f DO a2Vi '
\\ extern on Wed qesday. been a fair demand for cotton since TERS. I I with a hope that, by such:notice/ they will find a she Jaw, either criminal or civil which I fear an

It aj-pears that the number pf emigrant our last report; it amounts to 21,000 When General Amp dia, miscalled. speedier remedy. .investigation of; presentment made and.acts as-'

from Europe to this cpunlry dur- bales-viz: 3,000 Saturday, 7,000 Monday "brave," was crossing the Rio Grande : county ht. The purposes buildings are so now much occupied dilapidated fur Court as and,to crihcd reaions to bear me upon falsely.their, without face diguised good' and hatred sufficient as* .

n 2T tIe! present year is not less than 5,000 Tuesday. and to-day,5OpO. in his retreaton the evening, of the 9th render all repair of them useless expenditure,V willis tHo impress of unauthorized interference;

'-'0,003, a third more than ever ein- Yesterday and to-day 1,000 to 2000 of May, from Resaca- de la Palma, in' and they are in such a state of decay:'as to hve I cannot therefore dnrett; myself the' suspicion,

barked 1 in any previous year. bales were taken on speculation. Pri- an boaV-and by the way he.was become a'permanent harbot foraannying iu. .' that the interference bejns a*'>irnrd i it is encouraged -
open and dwtructive vermin; we bupp, therefore thai for the sake of effect for,I be. ,*nk p pf making it'
Tomorrothe large library and oth- ces cannot quoted lower, but the market the first that, did cross Padre Lena, the Hon. 'Board of County Commissioners will, appear tn society, that the individual w'a) o iritis to

:!. personal property of the late Qen.an decidedly firm and steady-very.extreme priest Camararo.. on horseback dashedin loose! BO time i in."tbe execution of suitable. bpilding* act and perform IJ* patt'tnVrBrtU ifyV people/i *

i\Tes. will be sold at auction. rates-being obtained.- There- is behind him. ",His reverence lost'his at "OcaKl,"the site ehnHn for tins purpose. ,.not Ion refined, or above ihe rouefi c urqsra fI ,(cum..

There: has been a story afloat t.) the i-f- no improvement in grain. In the Lon-. 'balance and was precipitated into the 2nd. Jury service without compensation,though I mon life. V_ V V .
cheerfully performed at present from a sense of It i i. pride and pleasure; to allude to Mono'
feet that a certain of this has don flour dull. Philadel- the brave General my V
lady city markets when
was river, addressing duty,"is burdensome to many individual! it is a Individual particularly nor d<' 1 wish to ofiend intentionally
)put in a claim as the wife of the General phia flour,.under lock at Liverpool, from ),. he exclaimed,.tHelp me, ,general tax on their time and business, which they cannot any one with the intention,on my part

), although she kept it, as she says, a .20 to 2 1 shillings. Packet-ship Thomas -help me or 1 drown!" "Drown and well afford -besides irrthls way.a$ 'T.tx-it falls of alvaya holding the reins.of( my deitiny in roj..

secret from the world for nearly lifteen P. (-ope sailed from Liverpool on, be d d !" said the' General], "don't, unequally, as some 'necessarily, befl.Ve be empnnnel-would. own -hand Ri *pectf iJIy your, ( :

years. Her story is much doubted, but the 2d! June for Philadelphia.Ship ypu, see those Yankee, yelling hellhounds : .led therefore;more, (rM tt qtlftntl|ectfully, than recommend o "!0 the1 proper Woodtille. Florida DANII1A.BURLF.SON.,Ji .24/4. }|6, "'

*Je says ,he can bring the proper proofof .close'behind us.?' This' is the authorities, that provision be maile 'for 'the paymentbf .
marriage. Gen. Taylor.-A fine ship of'OO l.iteral"inferpr.tatiQ. of the General's at"I..a.t' sufficient la-meet their NOTICE: Vlwna t V
n 1*here has been sudd tons was launced at Newburyport on necessary ex lenses during the session of Court. having-).uld* ognintt' the Es- ,
a change ALT.
10 the weather. very named after" the piousreply., / VV F rthl-r: thVCrrand, Jurjfbooe: they 'w HI not be of John: Browo: late or Frmandina,
On Sunday morning Tuesday wccjand \Vhen the "brave" General mpudia consldercil V as.stepping beyowl the bounds. their Nassau county will pttra*e rrmler them' well autlien -
the thermometer was at S3.It is now gallant soldier. duty noticing an evil of a more general nature ;icated viithin |bJ Ieal time, nod tbtuejaboare
V from
(lown to 68. -wi V V reached Matamoros in"his' retreat -the evil to.which they allude U this:. lh!l emigrants id..bict1 tu the said Estate, wU plcai'e make
The "Republic of Rio Granue" is i Resaca 4e :Ja Palma, 'a beautiful Senora, to out new-State a'r*,u l j cted to a rig.nnsfaiat'dnywlulo immediate.payment"to V V

r.r'f' rmnlj;: ,4 \WaWnci Uh;... 0th nh.] hereafter, be published twice a week i of the city was"vthe first he,met.' "My the righti'and prlvileges'of citizenship .JOHN A. ,CAV, .DO, .EKeutor.Fernnndlna. ..
AKI 1VALJDF THE STEAMER CAL- : withheld. Having lost by, .July 3. 1346. 6m'
i ;
for years .
Thursday and, Saturday.; Jt will also : men, he said, "mn.dam/J 'speaklng'of are T.WO the State.'from' whence
.tEDONJA.. in his vernacular, "my men have removal. ) ee rights in : 3V :slieriJr's' 8nle.f" VS /; V ;
be course o -V
shortly enlarged, ; have. In a great'rnef / J
117/8 LATER FJIOJU Elf- they cam ; writs uf Fteii i Fadias' ii ue.l
she % ,
all fled fron the field! "Senor, disfruclhedttteiY, can clajn0a17. to'.be citizens of By
':4. HOPEIEPORTANT Honor to Whom Honor is'Due.At said '(Jrpppjrig her.heavily fringed eyelid the eotffedfjrae but ofno particular: Stat In thepftsearinilanra V run of,fhe Circuit Court of the E.lirniCiicuit .'. V .
; of the State pf Florida fur the County of Duvalj
all the burdens
J11CULY made feel *
AM 1NTEEESTIKG the celebrated banquet.at rist."l'.,HeadQuarters '-"Se 1 r, yourself, I should judge, inconveniences theynre taxation to attendant upon \,will expose.
E\\'S! on the'l ult.,;, among' many did not remain }long behind'them."'' V and whild they bar DO choice of the ,court Honne,in the City of Jacksonville, in said .' ,.:.

Mediation offered by England between other good things said, we may,mention new organization, who,impose them.V,'eoasidef: tats two Couut"'on the tin/Monday of Auus..A.' fl.b1 84G. I
officers ,
the Ifclltd States and Mexico.A the following The Washington Correspondent of vear's i probation unnecessary with ;those coming between the leg*] honr' of Sale, 0- that Hay;AlI V .
Tl1eOrc in the New York Journal of ,Commerce; from States all hiivjnElaws and insijtutwus similar lhoi certain:two lotrof land situated, 1J.ID.A4 'V '
Treaty England-Louis "By Lt. Ridgely of the, Flying Artil being in the" Town uf Ilausr/ this State-and V
Uonap' rte arrived in England in' disguise .!eryThe, ,g n:1ntcbarge" of Capt. under date of 22d,ulL.says-The death to our ownJi oT.sister she-States ws a.want and Js:,ofkcpn5denwmuecitizens incompatibly ,with County, aforesaid, lately occupied ,'by William. '

and about to leave r Florence .Charles May,the Murat of,the.Army.-? of Mr. Herrick, is the*' only one' which that fellowship did should.exist, between citizen* Hiuitlon;: and situated on the street leading to pr* V

Determination of Sir. Robert J*eel Still better:isthe response:' .' V has occurrediipiong. _the members. dur f9w lfrriQ *,Uojoa.J TM: '.,; ., less in mnjcvillr;, Said two lots of land mes1zriJi&4 witltlnprpvements .. V

to press forward the Irish Coercion ."By Mr. '$miib, >-3t. .'Ridgelyprerscnco .ingthi :prolonged, season except jfcat wUtt5'M f the>ama, aiuw from with jhe tbat.wliich mother contafmng one therenn.half acre Lcvir-d, .more.on,aiMf or fes.***!!. ta aoMjas )- V
l-Redaction in the Cotton, ,AUtAttempted -. pfrnind.on the field of battle the orI.Mr. .-rrayJor, ';of Vn.,' who:ba4 come separated,taxation.the.AmoMcan without pr.* !! taUoa.V the property of Henry, M. Lind.ey,' ta "
Revolution in Por- sure test of military- ;talent:, Charley hrrcan, invalid V ,The" members'gener; ihklroiri country trar'ijwMenco* abundantly wfficienuo two Ju.ImenU, one ia" favor of Ale?*'W.'Xn-<; '1

tu' l Overland Mail from India- wait" a moment; and let me fc.rriwbeir ally vjiaye. V V enjoy.e3 ,remarkably' :Jgoo4 : rntHle. rerwaa:coming f rom other,StW*to pUlhar drear-,and ie Other h iKDWITHSheriff.favor.of Andrew and; D.Fort C. V S V J V V

A French Fleet ordered .to,'the. .Gufpf ] fire S V ; health ,:during .the. session* Mr. Jferriclc ..s-drd'ifcfiwwfciMw Wn?*,! i4 'Vc1aur4I ByA.W.CRICHTON THOS. D...D; .C. V .k "'V .

Mexico,'to reinforce their squadron, I I ;died; of bilious leverj J'aftaa.- illl1eSs"'of.onlt'i1iree..d F.fIft'1J.l1.t tbfcUh: a1r,il1 other,of.,our blots/1/I nflits*,*lHilI r be c"i'W_ ." 'iU l ull, r V ", rt. ..,i ''., .J M.i i I

In consequence, of the ear between confraaforV41tHJ.IIt stated y >; There fiaire e, oulJ ewiurVthflkl u.his V '

the United States and'Mexico. that:the War Bepartment ha!just;coa- flVcvai; -. otkecity&buL ( .ib J: S SS* ,.Uf S :"'c'' qdP.lJ. J Il".(". rJ charge- ){[eIKe. '_: COUNTKY; :MEKCMAKTS.Ifurk.
hAve11beei i.aJ.. ...tothe.c cflpub. iriberil1reeeivein a tcw4.yspir_ V
Ve of them ,
received the follown2 onei ij itpt{ V
this morniBg } lor 7000 barrehofthe best > N ., :Vlooiirycl&.suj4t
S Iracted .. .gnn '. k ( : at uuiz4yqng.bib! .L ,V.PnsfJsd1raIlu3ar. ,
'J *
| interesting ,and importaat news powder-enough to blow up.the.wholeMexican severe; j .V: : ?:" V Court., ::1' :. .t ; : bebIV: .*E,

.!roD Europe, which we Hasfcm.;to.1H8e. V 1i -M'I1'tie.. t.li t eniirr8. to- V .t'I tJ unreas.. .> ? pftlenI(Siaeti term 'RI ;f V tUfC'Foe V V V n; $lsviIu41V1t.T. 'V" Aj4SOIV .

-10 an extra: "t _. ,_ .v _. 'J. OUOJY. o.t..Il'.r..00. ,,, ; .. 1. u..CW.- &ei4Ie.-- Barnes. H. '.Jaok,a". .. JJa.J J8. -b.
V "Y' '
V- .
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u-BeaJ.' ,_
BOSTON June J8t\ 6' B. .Texan' "Gentrolg ,4"lt is supposed : V V V M..JQMee1, '. 'It., V .M < VV
'PJ H&
,, : ITer $aK.
inc .A Scotch peasant{ girl, sa4 er fl iM.J ..r .. .: F"b VV ) ; .i i tkH. \ .
that 3bh&aen the .
G Gen.
steamer Caledonia) E. wlll receive b,4us2b V
CapU DJ 'f
4 ijld' wltat L _U. : \ ,r..t V
, JJt: ,was telegraphed.t&s m&mmgAtpan commwd :ofitbe Texw iafontry. on:.the brother, % e; '..' :SeeJ.8&t' .. ga J'III ..c,4..:R1J; ,.f.,8uHlJCkl '. *I., ,.t-aIJ '. ".:.,.. ,ar.Jq114. "'
that, of itiwa*. that JBade O'g.aJtoset 1 J. Sta C 00"IM'r.. ..I ,.-- .H- ." p,. __ ".
o'clock, and.arrived, at:the Rk> Grande,*and'HajeraHays: r:. _. ,:akt "K.Ct :t..f'J !lf. V .-.' S
\ : k- "- : 8ta ..a' 8 .J, ;. .. : ._.1 G. 8 n. ".AG.- ." cvff4Tei''! ., ...t"or..
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; Court,and an order of saW thereto,'in a salt InCb JACICBONV1.LE..L'1 ",, .
; '
: 'THE subscriber ka1rCeaI17IOJ tip S "
L r ,: Bc ry, in'which'UIjses B. Drewter:ccsplalaaat > . Jtiz 10TM iatiS '. M witIt ... .thi. :":, .' Br.ns1.iek.. : .
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: .and, David L. -Palmer,as Tro ., and 1I-1 t I!'t. ; f' 'ibe.ibovie.tsbsbmsnt. tJ.,.L M iKe s5ese. .
: @mJ1j : .
m ; : accommodation of the*
'" .l- \ } grrterconvnienoeind. 5'
.: Mari*"Dofg tt. are d.f.nd&auIwiliupose for ; ;" \ .H ;--1 ; ".h.. .j : n. n '.t''L

t .,":. sale fat front of the Coart Hna>e door,at Jackson : .T.l t .:;;. : .. } -i. :: ,. >, ; i :,' whom. lit health or.ski pleasure tbe.tJ I H .IiUa fOIIap.ell'4 ,10 iII} a 1 MAT nw. P.'. ;:
V '. ville, In said oa Mood-j the 6th'dal.ofJuly. < port i n of Florida, p : .5,'. barn ,.laln
county .,
t ; < n''
: Th TwelftlI rDent of daMUlUa' fcw JwiH: I"
s fljis .rJn :
that wbamay
pobKe n touting none, ;
186; to the ,bijhert 1ti4dr. a 'man slave, S : .DENSLOW & WEB'S'1ER bauted,: her dee&a'.eJ a ". '
tba Militia of the Counties of iwgleW4. .
.cotalb "
Flnr their
I ; anything requisite
: ,' farnbed .
named CHARLES, aged: al.l-flhii1&nt'ftl'li + omelymocb w ..._ sJ ..
; ,
Doval and Nassau having been duTyoranjzM.c. Jacksoaville-rtU protectfcsa "
: taken of, coder 'SA.Y4Nf. O'A". The healthiness of. J.pro', Aa
possession by.rao said decree as .6r f-aL.
L tbe Election of Regimental Officer easiness of ae-. e
coMing to and it..
w by tbe bush sea breezes
the property of,the late firm of C.:BUbee & Co., ; DC.U.Eu.in ihtt followingankles, which rom rod, she caanoc be MtftlJ..d lit
will bediv idedInto Two '
secured the
Law < it
';; ,' nd to be.sold to satisfy a judgment in.favor of said, Battalions.* u by The requirPdj First Battalion. to comprise .tbe \sold,op as reasonableterms, asiany. from any' point have always :. route, This boat.*W :".Sr---a1.
.p of th .oec"ad..JfICMM place
ti against C. BUbee'& Uhmentlft.tLe Southern being Thursday morawg. before ike
: cojnlainant Co. ,
Nassau 'wilt be commanded country! dep ,_ .t"
1 Militia of the County of East Florid. for the retort iavalWs.during
: ':i; THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff D..C. 4 COMPLETE asionment ol'Atri dairy hoe oT steamers for Chartestot .
ami the SecondBattalion .
by Lieutecant Colonel TRACT: wime;season. .To such persons, he offers ae. 'M
; ne5tliJ346.. 5t 2i rlement..coa.istin'uf'28 different every c.
: Militia the County ofDuval .,
y coroprisejbe of .
to nj which
he'ho'f'.tinJ accept
or Plougbs, Hoes rarimis...kinds prove Also passengers .wUklng tsJte
patterns. ( < la
'' ,will commanded by.Major NoRToifj who and' medical ad of the order,. P-Ir.. .
:: Tile Upper 5 waHBec Springs and le. as vice, highest brig or line
Trace Ox Chains, Shovels and .Spades, barque which leavea
w T will bo respected 4. .ed according to their ffficeandlcbmmand. be commanded in the rely 'SavaUahft,1
'I EAST 'FLORIDA. and MIftt1reFor'k..P.t..nf and Arnerican Scg town, they may Thursday and Satordsy for N Ton
) :: :: THE subscriber takes this method of I Heap Hook,. Grain'Cradle, Corn ShelTers, the;;moa careful.aI !tioD. of tbSt. Mattbewsfrom rarrivaf ,.ttit..

p. : M. informing his; friend* and the public, that II. Lieutenant Colonel Tracy; :and anJCob Crushers; Portable Fren h1Durr! ,At,visitors from the.North har ,occasionally de Fasseagers, with. their .
above estab- Major Norton will,.a*early aa practicable subdivide their "onder the ..iC that the bafaf" -ill.
; .be has taken a lease of ib Mills,.tfand Corn Mills,Straw Cotters,Ot coming, Imrr- board either Im*,if required.-. < t't-
luhment fora of and wIi'J be prepared their respective Battalions into ,Companies'; 'was,filled,:the subscriber lies this oppor
The above
years- boat will
Patent Churna, .Foot,Cotton,Gins, Saw. Gin leave as follows
t t! to aerommodate all-wbo may favor him iyith their leaving equal number.of:men in each:as near'.. Fan Mills and Nrfls. < ", to assure such in future, that In that eaar, Leave Pilatka Tu
ent every dsy,A. M. '
: rwtnMiage. As regards the mineral qualities of may be, and appoint two responsible. n' to bold Fullu.ortmf'nt'oVbtt Lead,:Colored cm always provide,them,temporarily with com S Picofata' H. *. ,at 8. .| ,
11' '
t T the water, they cannot be surpassed by any water- Elections. in each Company.Beat, so setof. for and Painter's articles., SperCV,\ Llni i accommodation. .tbe,town. Black Creek at P.M. 3 '
;L ; in in America.' The Springs will 1 be i the offices.of Cpain.First and.Second.'Lieoten- OLIVER WOOD.Jacksonville 1If
; } ? place open- Castor Oil. Wi Jacksonville .
; '. Spitita ndn..Yunilhn', night 12 .
: rd by the first day of M.,., Charges'will be mojrate. ants of said Companies giving at least.ten days Dee. 19, '1845. ly For :
: Glass Window Sa h. freight
apply CSM
passage to
; and attention will be paid t9 tbe com notice lor holding said"Elections,,and giving also, '
every Gun Powder onboard 1..
Shot. Bar
Percnul.n to
at Jastt days notice to said inspectors of their ,& -
I 1 fort (f all who may favor him with their company. ten, Foolscap, (..all..r.V"'rrit;/ and WOOD & CLAGHORN.

L FRANCIS A. HUSON, Proprietor. appointment PAPER PRINTING ami INK.Carpenters AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Ac
Writing nts.
June 5th. 1846. 8t III. As soon as practicable after be I I D3 Will practice In the several Courts of Law SavsjiaatV.
r ': election fur Officers of the. several Companies of i and Coopers Ed ;: Administrator's .N.UcBy SEEDS ,warranted, as good as any to be i F.q Aenta,J1dlCH
tbe elect in Companies ,
I! Regiment thejOfScers *. FORWAKD S,. 'Aup-t M.
c virtue; of a Decree.of tbe Honorable Judge will be officially reported at the,Head Quarters of Orders thankfully received and,promptly:a I.to Lou1sAr.DRscu.NewnanivsI1eLIVINGSTQN ; JOHNH.GDNBY. '
I Probates for the of Duval. ed Agent Black CrrtL
0 county granting the Regiment hy the Commanders of Battalions.
H !*ave for that purpose. shall on Monday, the S 9 JOHN M. PONS Savannah, Gn. June IDih 18If.Administrator's DOWNING 03"Tbe steamer SARAH SPALDING rL

'.,,. Cth day of July, at 12 o'clock, in front of the Court Juno 12 Colonel Commanding. *- 'Notice,_ ,& in connection with tils boat. BOOTotbersifc

; Htxise,at Jacksonville,offer for sale to the highest N.the firllt.I.: January, _1847. will AND ..COUNSELLORS AT LAW.ai' terprise. oa Lake' Monroe one hundred and tint,.
bidder for cash, all that tract or parcel of land sent In the lion. Court ,of Probates : Will 'prartire in the several Gwrts of Law five miles above Palatka up the St. John's riwr'JulyS. .'

6. belonging to the Estate of Isaac Hendricks, deceased Administrator's Notice. County Alarbua, (or final 'settlement and Equity in the FA. .raClfrait of Florida. 1845. '

: ,situate on McKoy's Creek;abs>re the town THE creditor,distributee and others interest ance :my acconnts and .vouchers, as \ R. G. LtrlKOSTojr. Ne.nans,ille. United States Hail. -
Jacksonville and three hundred and in the Estate of Samuel.Hti, late ot C., W. ,Downing. tIn. .
p .t containing trator ( f the Estates of James Martin! ,,and The steam Pac&e.. .%
fifty acres more or less, and which sale is made to Nassau county, Florida,deceased, are hereby cited J. ,deceased, late ,of.said County and. JAMES W. &t SPALDINO. Capu IW u AsZoa
enable certain demands the Estate and admoni.hed to be and at and before BRYANT,
1 me to pay against I appear at the same tine DPI-lito said*Court, for a > having teen tbMroaglt ,*,.
? to satisfy which there are no personal assets the Hon. the Judge,of Probate. of N.aucoun', /, discharge from Ibo Administration of aid AND'COUNSELLoR AT LAW, hnaled. her decks and cabin reb" t. sad caWs
in hands. at a Court of Probate, to be held at the CourtHouse tv
my JOSEPH J. KNIGHT, Jacksonville, Fla. Urged forth accommodation oft ,passenger_
t' ; FARQUHAR BETHUNE. Adm'or in said county, on, the first Monday commenced h-r regular frons.
Newnansvi/lc. / June. ,gg. 1846.. 6m, trips Pahtka t..
: I Estate of Isaac Hendricks,. deceased. .January,.1847, and shew cause, if' any,they have -' AUGUSTUS C. G1LLETT, ,frrpra.e, on Lake Monroe,op the &U Jobas fia

: ,June 5th 1846. 4t why I should'not be discharged from all further NOTICE. ATTORNEY, AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 125 miles aboTf' Palatka. l *

- administration of the Estate of said Samuel Russell persons interested 'are hereby. Tit above Boar leaving Palatka
ALL Jacksonville .Fla. every T ei&.
Alachna Conntjr' Sheriff's Sale in pursuance of an application then and there Six Months after date, I shall Morning after th* arrival i1 she U. S.Mail Sin

; .4t1; Mo1Ula ,511 October 184C.T to be made by me to said Court. the Honorable the Court of'Probate. fur Packet St. Mittb' -w.. Captain MeN'eliy.lromS*.

' 1t I* :, > Y virtue of.the power vested in me by law, I WILLIAM A. RUSSELL, Adr 'or. county, (or a final discharge'rum my 223fIfdm! ) 2rotr, vannah rarrying the U.S. Mail to the ,

11 -. JO shall expose fur sale before the Court House June 12th, 1846. 6rnAaministrator's don on the.Estate of William; Standby, .. Watchmaker and Jeweller.No. abwresaa 4plares.

. 'ft "l ,."" "door in the town'of Newnansville.'on Monday the -- and also the lime anti plnce for' 5 M AIM-STRICT... ,
at same my Passengers far Enterprise vr&tok tha
; tr 5th day of October next, between the'hburs of 10 Notice. ministration on the }:.tatp. of Martha .Sla Respectfully informs tin citizens Matthew* Saturday EvIrI4. oelucl SL
every i
I nnd 2 o'clock, the following property. or so much MONTHS after date I shall make appli deceased, th4i. 24th.Anril, 1846. .nfJack.,mviIIp audits .'f.thnt Savannah. *, *y
i j' thereof as.will pay the State tax due on the'same, SIX COTTON RAWLES: A.lmin 1 he has rrroovrd the- house immediately
; to the Honorable Judge of Probate of to TVseSie.mer! Sarah Srar.J till raatiJtctsonvilKvia

: fur l&to year 1845; and all legal costs and charges Alachua count), for Letter* Dismissory, on the April 24ih, 1846. 'Cm p t, adjoining the one re- Pirolala & Mandarin,aDd h ckewij
in and about advertisement sale thereof
$ and.
i ?1 Estate of Ephram Tyner, late of said county,deceased NOTICE ci'ntfy ocmpird as lie printing trip, faring Jacksonville every IUDd., st ttoVl
t Tix undivided hare owned claimed -
t : An or portion or ; and all persons Ir.ying'(1em.nd,_againstsaid hereby given to all persons interests, .of lli'MKI 'riiIii; SintPman.an l i i. now pr* ..k.

? 4 by Frederick Marquand, equal to 4554 of acte land Estate, are hereby required to present them IS Months after ,date, I shall npply) to 'to execute. with rrumr1 tud.,1I1J tmlera cnn- For frri-lit or pauig apply t. the Capes iBonnl.

V thereof, in and to a certain tract of parcel properly attested for settlement. Honorable the Court of Probate for .th*: with the above HrM*.'; or tit Fernandez & Bubee, Agents Jsd

.. 4 ttnntrn as the Arr tIondo, Alachua grant,containin -. JOEL TIESON, Adm'r. Alachua, fur a final settlement and nllow." Mr. ,Gnitli uronlil) nUn! say. tlint' 'he li-i. defer ".,..U..

t. *.two hundred and eighty nine tboulan.ix.bufta. May 15th, 1846. Cm my accounts and vouchers as adminUtrajnr un o cun6,. his uttpntion. in future. exclusive N. B.11 g"0il will be received in Store,fm

-rlre-l and forty five and sevenths acres, being Estate William m Dell.1 "R..I.latP of aid to work in ill) *** l.ranrh. lie renders Us I '.f Surne iti Jark""iiilfi & Sataitftab.Aa .
: t Fernando de Maza Arredondo &
made la
tmnt to ty and for a discharge from a.lm to tin many friend win have'eiven hIm 23
my _
Son on the 22(1 December. D 1817. ,situate in NOTICE.Ltpersons .
t.p "n.llnllt.! that hit
a said Estate. ASA CLA patronage exntions here- Florida, and Savannah
:' 'i Alachna '
ALSO. the expiration of six months after the From long practice in 1,14 bn : An nndivMod ibar&or portion owned or claimed date hereof I shall apply to the Honorable the .
; HOLMES & CO.MESSRS. "lr'.mJW'IPn' tn give .nii facn n. and I.H (ASTON' F. *
Per Uliw
$ t by John N. Sayer, in the same said grant, equal Court of Probate for Alachua county, f'r 'n final will be mudeiue and n* rra.onat>I. as ." R ;S' rive at l'ici>ialjev Cap. FrklavuM, w

: to 435 acres thereof. settlement of accounts and discharge tram HOLMES & CO. have rr
my my e of tin* NnrJ.N. ". ing AI 9 A. M. on rarh week and will ka..t.
1 ,
n f ALSO. administration on the estate of James L. Townsend stock of Merchandize to the B. Cl'trk_,anilVatrlir* repairrd in the best 1'. M. for S'nnnal tie MniulnriB. JrK.vnriIV,

". :: An nndivided share of portion owned or claimed deceased late of said county building occupied by tlu United State, kn. nn au.diep
. ..1 by John K..Townsend in. 'the same aid grant, JOHN TOWNSEND, Adm'r. &c. the Government Building. Th.y have D..c.'2G, 1845. arrive in Snrnnualt ...1 m Sumlaj BIM,

.' t fr ,equal to 455 acres thereof. Newnansville, May lit, 1846.. 6m their stock, by tho late arrivals from New atitt
Pa''en *r for CI>mI-Mi>n can Irate at SwVUi
..' rt I ALSO, a full assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, S.V.. DOGGETT'S
in the rvrnin
in I h*< .1..iIJ'lin. of Slemner
: nndivided share or portion owned or claimed Provisions &C. &
: ware. v .
The GMjtt*>n .r iu< tri e.'mrii..n with .Uegrs,
. t tiyWiIIfamTborn'aiiuriviflg trustee of the New NOTICE.A have hand now from .
? They on landing brIg
.1: \Va.h!>.irn & \\V.Mrr Hr: Line of I'"'I' 5.
York Florida Association, in the aame'l.id grant LL persons interested are herebynotified that ginia. from Now York, 50 bale! Hny. 50 .. York
of which
Icavr 31.iJ.jiniinsing.
: I : equal to 6822 acre. thereof XjL. t the expiration six months. afterdate, I Lime. 20 lh"ii.and Laths, 30 boxes Cheese, I one rrryTit

: ; 'A shall apply to the Honorable the Court of Probate kegs Dulter,:0 kegs Laid 20 libls. Pork. 20 I'C !: w ,. .
(;nton d n..t retina tf> Clark ( ,1.
:: >. An undivided share orpurtinn.owned claimed for Alachua County for a final settlement, of m) ....1.. .Beef. '20 bblt. Bread. 50 bags: C..If.. her lu Stivannali.MMES .
. ; by Charles A. Jam, executor of Noah Jarvis, 'accounts and discharge from my administration on I4ils.! Liquor 100 Ploughs, Iron of vaiiuus > i way
:: deceased in the sane said grant, equal to 929 the estate William Sparkmandeceaied, late of Glasses, boxes Pipes, Tobacco, &c. Sue. SEMINARY. ,
II.i. ,.4"
1 : i y..I.| es'rnpoh Line, *il :tibe '
i & aerr. theteof.t4' said I :
county. which they will sell at low prices.Jacksonville.
: l .
1 1 drfol..lrbc-.I re ulnrlr' MondivBrig fulL. ,:
. f ALSO JOHN SPARKMAN AdmV. &c. January'I h.'1846. cour.c of instructinn puri c I in ,iliisScto : every.
'fft -. 1 An undivided share or portion owned or claimed S Santafee S Pond, May '1st, 18461: 6m l. i. founded upon tie principle. nf in- CLINTON. Ly. ; maier. !*** ISoBri
Live OaR Agency. AUGUST A. M. SI'rUtIlI.| |
I t ; !:j by Isaac Frost, in the same .said grant, equal'10 been inn and analogy.. Student "b.. an. .r'- lime ? '
hereby given. having 23.
2461acrestbereof' NOTICE C..ll!. bcrp the .
; S ( tn enter e. may, purlin
NOTICE. the Government of
: 'rT. by the New hark VKRXOX.W FJIerT.ma.ti-rjB!
ALSO. xtihlies while th le.i
lad .1
::1! t P! owned claimed ON the .4tb day of July next ensuing, .after State?, Agent for the protection of Timber on '" ; H4 are not ( Brig SV A l"\II. A. IJ...;. ".....,.JlJ7.
; An undivided share or portion or a professionan select uch truitcln-s
. 1 date I will apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate Public Lands in East Florida all persons who .. u* muy Brt* KXAC1. J..I.> 4n. master July 14.*
T John M. Seamore,in the same said grant'equal #t suit lliciir ol-j cl* in lifivTIte
i 1. by
t' for,County of Alachua for a.final discharge from have tr pas ed.or shall hereafter commit any' B.;- EXCEL C. H. Smith manirr.jJl.rSLt .
io929acresthereof. rcilciti of tl Inlilution foimnl
; t the Administration of the Estate Lewellen. Williams pas* h*cutting down and carrying away an/ an These ..* |j. are mmaiided l Ii, men .1 swk
i. 'A sh.'singlt' design l"promKinc the itiii>Uctunl|
. 4. A undivided share or portion owned or claimedby ,(late of said,County,) dee, Oak or.other timber from such Landfc will.be, moral nd..nnr.rrn..ntyCite mf'mbP". eprtirncie. w h wil! IIM r''ry rxerliun twrradria
n .
4 ,
; F. '.A. UNDERWOOD. with as the'Law directs. P.'tIf"nJ"u r..ni1riabIe( a* poiiM, <*.
Mordecai M. in the said The ili inl..1tlfOfhu I.
1 Noah same -
: .grant! ripline is *trktty parental.
Administrator. JOHN L. TAYLOR. 'TIIP will sail and i i. all
punrinallr a H. P,
1365 acres thereof. !. Precrptor d,,ircs tncnltivntp with lii
to -
equal ,
< Newnansville. F., January 2. 1846. February 20>h. 1846. Arpnl.U. S.. & eases be t".ctl lu ea l,v a SiiMiml-Mit
7: 1t i ALSO of kind and familiar intrrcourw and si in- GKORGK
3 ic4.. An nndivideIshare or portion owned or chimed State Florida : 'Circuit .. them ntlh*>r by an appeal In the hester J..l..iJW.n"rll'4 .

L by the heirs at law of Alexander M. Muir, de- Circuit Court EASTERN CIRCUIT.-Ariur.. TKR,' .. of the heart limn, by severs BIN! di+> t. tcoired Aen1.
can St.
. : % censed in the same said grant,equal te 4641 acres* EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. ButUT STEMJKHS Chancery.; 1.tr;llunt'nl.
t plimiion in B. .: CARR & CO., .Af i"
4t ,thereof.. MAT TXRW, 1846.. vs.BURIISLL > An accurate nrc unt of th..linrjuencr of every July 13, 1S45. '
T ALSO, SABRIKA S. CLAYTON ) STzrHKKS. ) Bill for Divorce. ) '.|r. and al<. of site' degree.of attainmen:, U -. -

J **. \ I An undivided share or portion owned or claimed vs. >Bill for Divorce. application of complainant in ; a ciipy of whirl aociMint, in connexion with CircuitCourt.

:i by Jeromus Johnson in the same.said grant. equal PniLtr P CLATTOIJ. > UPON named Bill, and l upon I ho '. regular term '.iII.is transmitted to every parent EASTKR.V CIRCUIT or FLORIPA..

J '! F to 8500 acres thereof. reading and filing the Bill of complaint affidavit being duty filed l, nnd'it appearing that guardian who may desire it. 1* Ckameery.

THOS. C. ELLIS UPON .' cause and the return of she Sheriff* above named Bnrrill Stephen,is without the re FOCI A SMSIOX OF TfTKLYI WKKKS : F. J. J..falOn KxrrMitir .Juhn F.)

. Sberiff'and Tax Collector.. upon the Subpoena issued herein as well as from I of the process of this State. Higher Brunches, ,- $R 00 Brown deceased, (or binwlf I

; 4 Newnansville, 20th March 1846. affidavit now read and filed, by. which ,it appears It it: hereby Ordered, That .the said l Common Branrle, .. 7 00 al Cmlii.r.. r*. I NotkT hBrnjamin !

that said defendant, Philip P. Clayton resides beyond Stephens, be'required appear and.answer to Latin and Greek Clawic., extrn. A. PUlnam..Imint,". ( CrrJ **'

! AlnckHa Conner Sheriff's Sale.WILL the.jurisdiction of this Court and in the State matters complained of him in the above ''Jjesson in j.s.cli. given at ike.! request' par tirii theektateof AmUruse Hull,J

: BE SOLD on Monday, the 7ih of of Georgia, en.motion of R. Livingston, Esq., Bill oh the first day: of the ensuing Team of ,1.If"f I.
,_ next between the hours of tent Solicitor for complainant, ,Circuit Court for the,Eastern Circuit pupil withdrawn from the School Wfar* th,, PURSUANT tn an nnler of the !!. na.-u

and'two o'clock, at the CourtHouse, in tbd Town Hit.Ordered. That a hearing take place,upon ,otherwise a decree pro confttio will, b* of the.es"ionr excepting for reasons which the .lg.> of th F..t,. Circuit P(

I of Newnanbville, County of Alacbua, a sufficient the facts charged in said Bill of Complaint,at tbe to the said, complainant! and that this ,Order : "l npproren. will .lc.required to pny.for the Florida in the ab iv. rinse, faring date th **"

!t portion of the undivided irn.ereatofjohn H. Brush next term nfthe Circuit Court for the counties of published mono of the public newpnpera of part of that e."i ion. on.l dy
4 : Charles' \V. Brush Eugene Fanness, Julia A. Alachua and Levy, to be bolden on the third Mon Slate, for ,the pact> of three months befurn* d*ducti
: .-- Yanneif, and Margaret Brush situate in said day of December -next, at the Court House, in day t&O appointed for, hearingof the cau e. ( fur' occasional altc..nnIn TMIU** or .'ro-, *>tim in tin*year 1831.) are renired NO *

:: County, in and to a: certain. tract or parcel of land Newnansville Florida. GEO. HAWKINS Judge, & ickne. requiring the pupil to be tvitli in and prove their debt* before,the"sutisTnUr,,***

known. the Arredondo Grant containing two Aad it isfrzrtAerOrdered. That a copy of this r.JQHN ,G. REARDON, Cl-rk of the \\ from the School, proper. deduction will U .r IH" mauler of this Court, at his .frffire jslk

hundred and eighty nine thousand six hundred.and Order' be published in some, newspaper printed Court,!hereby certify! ;that the above is a'_true ( .. Court Hon e, in the city o| Su Aognslaeo? '*'

forty five and five sevenths acres, being a grant within this Circuit, for the space of three months., of'anC onlrr (made, anSI ,entered .in'said '. ,pupil recelvetl under nine '3ear of age.- before the 20tli! day of JUl... next or mteb*

made to Fernando de la Maza.Arredondo and son, from the date hereof once in each week succes .cause,.on tlie,thirtieth day:of April,.A.' p..1 : rnle. (ruin the inconvenience experienced l'y hereof they Hill be excluded (ions the beoeit*

r "v on the,22nd December, A. D. 1817, to satisfy and sively.Andtti. In testimony whereof hereunto; "et exceptions heretofore, will, in future, ad e.I, detrte.' -
I r ,. '.r-1 the taxes due to the.State of Florida from the /* Ordered That.in default of fL S I hand and affix the seal of snid'ofBcrv" steadily. eitfurced. GEO. R. FAJRn'Ks. .

; persons above named, fur' and onaccount of their the appearance .of..said.Defendant. or answer.to JNO. 'G. REARDON., Clerk.May School' is now in n flouri.hing comlhion. Master in Ch..etr1

i ? interests aforesaid and all legal costs_and 'charges said Bill, adecreemsy.be taken therein.at. said ,5. .29 1846:' 3m ', building is a large, commodious and elegant S,. Anxu.tine. March 13. 1846. Sa'

.. '\in .and about tbe advertisement. and sale thereof. hearing.. 5- la Circuit Court., ,. PCf'nlllrect.d by I&ORIDA Loooi, Itunawayy
: < <' THOS. C. ELLIS. I, 'RAMON BrSANCHEZClerk of the.Circuit S EASTERN CIRCUIT 'or FLORIDA.. I, of L o. o. F. I From the Gillisonvflli Jail B'1'
: Sheriff and.Tax' Collector. Court for.tho.counties'of. Alacbua. and Levy, poatyof: Duval: ':In C1a. i7.. .* location is one of well,known salubrity and District,S. C.. .a 'negro ( lfo..J 'I

-Kewnansvilje, F- b. 27, 1846: hereby certify, that, .th< foregoing is,a true copy Kin:lev B.Gib .. suit i ,oIi cell. Board_ may be obtained.at.reas t. inches higIs. dark cstuubxiuii
L. order record in office.i .- rales in 'pectnhle'families in the )lace.ack.onYilJt' "
,. of the original now,on my Benjnrolh. Putnam, I speech and has a ,evi. LrcYtt8
: V AlachHa ,CeHHty Sheriffs Sale. ': c "i WiTVifs my band and, ,seal of office this Execut ors,of ZepbenUhKingsley 'S E. F.. March 27th, 1348. ly l'g'. .Hii i i. about 25 years nl.l.t:. 1.Lia''

'. WILL BE SOLD, on Monday, the 7th day L** J, ,16dday.of1May. A. D., 1848._ ,. ', deceased.Complainants. nillr.dilt-n, I. MKLFORD.: and _that bV K.IQDJ.' toSt '

<" -. ; neEr between tbe hours of RAMQ.N. B. SANCHEZ.! S '. and., Relief" ;" I .* .a Circuit CeRra.t Pr.II..a Mrriwnher count!, GeorjUt. T,i pl

I S S tilL"and two" o'clock, at the; Court House in the May?2,1846." \9n'; Clerk' Circuit. i "; ,. fI''.< for, an-I., ; <' t .KASTIRV.CIRCUIT, or FLORIDA. |*ra will b {Miid for bU apprehension sad.ItS"

} g "' T ft'orN8.ft.nutU... ___ A auf&eient Dortion 'of, the .' County: ; of Envoi" : ,J, :ICkancery. in jail so that I him ain.
--- nn-r ----" -- r 'p nn George Kingsley, I l may get :
r : i interest of.John' H. ,Lewis and wife, situated in Circuit Court, Defendant. ,, HxxayM1'. LIIDs&y' 1 Bill for account. EDWARD MULLIGAN
... ,
.; S said ..county, in and to a tract or pvcel of landt It having/been, made to. satisfactorily Partition of 'Ba-iJort0***
< :- known a's the Arredondo grant,. containing two : affidavit that he' CORII&t.IV' TAILOR, >' p Dec 15 tr' V""% Vs2.
DPrenclantGp9rc"K1nl.lr ;
bundredsnd nine thousand'six hundred and Jonit Roniiiios., WUULOWFOIT&R,. f I : r
eighty :
sides beyond the jurisdiction' of this Court and l & .
A l five and fire sevenths acres grant ,**. wife, MARIA fosTitR,et.at J S AtllHlBislrater'8 N .
being a
forty Island of St. in the .West'Indies
I HEREIOTT J'- the Domingo : nM.fttl.'aaIor date, shall DI.I"liealiCMt
i,: S or made; to Fernando de la Main Arredondo and son, D. ,J''B&.IA.ut' Chancery.HEMRT ; motion nf B. 4 'ftjtnana pjq.e Solicitor 1 fUr, t 'having been.'made io'r.rl'"r' by' affidavit SIX the Hon.JutIgiparpr..ttul'oeth' C'1
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the 22d December D. 1817. to satisfy and .AftitsTRoko, I, ''r' ;" the satitfaction of tbe Court thnt the above na .

;.; ,pajr'a'balance dne the C Stated Florida, for and C iatcJV.. Suuc ... 'Complainants, 'P' 5' ,Defendants,, ,'V1nsIaw'Foster; and tile That tbutI' Csustls
hOn5 made :to appear'by affidavit to It George of George Jlir inbotharrj, late of sail
:. on s coont of said interests and all legal costs and TTT having: : foster,; formerly! Maria,Dewf, restnV in
I D. : : ofe'arges and'about the advertisement And sale. J ..tb..ti.r.cdo tha-Court, that the'several. _leyidnappear, : and answer thV Complainants' State of,: AUharaa'and beyond Jurisdiction deceased,'a d all persons'bavtag de1II5" .
I in'the"'above ''entitled cause reside beyond within six months or lh. ssme"wi wUlvbe.Ukein, I ; ( said estate am hereby |o rr
defendants Coon of required
thereon Balanc dU, ,w hondred.and. twodoTr. ii' on motu o Gregory Yale, .., .
tars'and: 'eighty two c u'1" the limits I of'the .State'of-Fioi Ida.nd" the eonfessoagaiastbiro.! S .l &:: *t. iChat for the Complainant properly attested' f>r'settlemeiit to, ,
S Court 'but'witblii 'the.United APB.IT iTOaraCR O,D Ep. That I copy JOHN HIGGINBOTHAM/A/" .
'. THOS; C.TLLIS: jurisdiction:of : J) ,"That i the. saJd Winslow Foater
"-S. ..; .. 'i SbeViffand.Tiia. .CoUector, States t.oo*raotioo of"complainants'Solicitor, It Is UiU; OMer,.be published' in ,some'Newspaper*' Maria'.ster do appear and.answer the Cuov- ,' F.b.71841. 6m '
within the said ; ..oek'co
'i 'ordered'that lUe said--defendants phd: ted Ckcait, pace a '. Dill within four month the ."rff lf
NewnsosvilU or same lJOTICE.-ALL
'e 27,1849.n
!JJ d . aatwer ihe cowpWnants till within.Fott-r Month*, tIvelyforsIs.monks) .. j ..., \... f.;; be taken as'conftf>sedAgainst them. X i hereby informed, that pecsi we Own by 'IfId

.AIaek.a C.1 i J SfeerttT9 Sale. or the same, wILbetkeXr'UcOnfeUedgtlntthth ,: THQ3DOUGLAS' Judy' a4. 4.M. :-/sjrMrr, Ordertdt That a cnrty of Spanish'Grant to Doining oJF ,aaof 3N"
I OiCARHAaT Clerk of said C .,
BE SOLD on the7ttf iayof Saptem- r.Wlt 1t furb 'oid ied;'thICOpyO(thlt'Orcl. Prderdul 1.ceriified,by,the krkic. ihi*.C!mt. 1..11. Marioii eo nty. .B. T.. b
WlLL _- 'e L'I' t. -L '_r'. ': othiz, Jsertlfy tb.above to,be"a 'true ; rr.an,Ord tlfl
) m; Clurk Coei
._ 'uvu. '. aQQ .. iluI1- ,b1..t ; in
".ee:II'IG VI' made and entered If .1d'' pabluhe some Yiewsppr.Pin4) alt bin.she .South,of tbU. an4rsn.2LEaaTOftrifan | .1
.' < the.C01Ir1 Home In the Town of New. b&prlbIi.helIn'sotTWikwipii'eVptid wkhln t He Entitled Cause j;On' Circuit of":FloriJa el
.I; /at : Ninth 1816. tftr""P : ,bqce w tk'CQalf'cu known oft tbe SpanUb plot ** I..
:Mns'vihX,"a soKcieht''poriion!of lite"Interests-ofHenryBadlsyrdeceaMd : rAscukarId1'p. "*eokccnse ; 1qofMureh.A'.D. '.. for four m&ntKs., trioek; amt isWrt :Marian., and Alar** c 0

.,. : ,. f* t ti.fy the araooat'of.a lively. for four months. (51,.),! 1-it '5'iI INr' TtNONY.. .." .....>. '" TWO ,.DOUGLAS* JorW. '. '!.I ie'i"Haifa km.ock. ''Vi" ;
,: 'unto :, assd'ith
[ S1 set
due to iW' State of Florida'OB aceWont of <.7GEO.J& HWKI4S'Z.iJgi&e.L t m1'IttIpq; .... OSCAR HART said in .itI
taxes z 1: C.rerkol Court hereby bid ail per* n rnai orcup jiiig or -
sal& 'f
----k Court. "
icuk' !
saJd Interest )indodlng nil ,t ts 'and charges, in : ***fc | ,t"Si'Johns Co i jc: CewrU OSCAR HART r "V"-' ,..he.sJwve jabe" ii. .t.rue,copy of on"0rd.r pass.cai.I.k1.! ;
.1 'I 1'ETERJB UMAS.clerk" JaW,. .. '" r Clerk. tr.OWI*
ndverUsemefit and'sale
aadauuuttbe 'M'-rch:13'J: ;* ,: [ and f te.ed.rit..lc. )entitled cau. /oft.the 18th THOMAS
S S.1fI' Interest. Wu returned'to, me ,by O. R.YbEitb& 1 do&berebyeTtt7! .il.eforriolia* to be .TraeC ,.eni .k Febru'ary, 'A.'D. IQlSiJN'TESTIMONYWHERlOr. 'S, s. D. FEJ NAN

'.'part of a 'twenty.> thou*.d 6f. aWOrder of ffoeord id'. _tt J. 4 -Teltaeee\8eetl.. i'' .. ;I lie,. JI '.. 13, *46.' : If .
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