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 10, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057493
oclc - 02705858
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System ID: UF00054483:00205
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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17'AU,unless,a rerti bj a men regular l mast cnunrr.be pud for By beTore..referrinit.to nrtien -. ,ve; YHL1 +.,JACKSONVILLE, FRIDAY ORMGI. '1 4f< '. ; VM ;ji : "1.> ,." .

our term*,tbe f e ouUe' sum,mty be ascertained. --"- - < ,,'- '- ty -- .-.*/_ -...-,?? ti ..1!'. "t\-1f.|. t-a.i-IfTf. .. \-.._.-_._-_--.-.-: .4 I' Philadelphia.- Who li that J l will .

and((0 truwraitted AdvrrtLvMnenta whk the not adtertuement.jnarked with"the Dumber Liberty: we proudly count 28- mayihcy- an,'man'of true friendship, "cloJtd_! bilitiy'to 'orderak attack'upWa'nation : dscuzstbat.pthnt.V sb J

ofinser:;w> re airedwUl beconttaaed. ..' -', Forbid' increase in number and in lustre, "till courage,strong Adherence to Democraticprinciples. witk-which.'were" not at war; 'and I Philadelphia n1Jatlmore ll New-! tfecp quret,
: Yorkioarneto
and charged for. tbe.wJ101 ,eartE is illuminated'by their 'Defeated by fraud and I
j0Fire dollar*wfllbe chsigedcor. all. annoouce* corjuption that no instruction was.given tV any TCS* write Hots; (that is, to adjust his
menu of candidates for ofhoe. brightness.5tbi ,practiced his political.oppoTients sel of purs In,thel'aciac to attack Calia .
magnet} : .
One square,for Six Months. si : 110- 00 -Martin an'B n'the"enligh-; but still lives' tb'fight.knother r a pnor.tp, ,the Declaration of
tee to Debra and Creditors; t 4 10 00 l nrag.ttul'tKexieO. Philadelphia.Ayevayc- ,sir wait
Application for Letters Administration ,5 00 ,tened etatesmtinv the consistant. pollti- Battle. )He must and will\have justice Instruction to that ef liljle. .New'York ask } a

03"Atlrel kiai notices wilt, be inserted,-gratuitouY. !* ,clan; the flame. of political,-persecution done'him,.in defiance of,the Whigs! feet if' tai all;;must h e'bii: sent. write dots., Washington to

0AI1. admissable personal communications, will which blazed round Him in 1840, served By. .Re.,A,' WatsbnV .-Bfeck. ; 'Ofeelcr after the declaration i and accompanied .NewYork.AyJ
{ .' vev1ipmentLIcr but to brighten die character, they once) renowned' for,.her.. Demor ayes Washington,
fce *arge l Strong' by jtcommunicated,together.with.:the. ,
; : write dots, .(Washington..
AU bills for Job Fruiting,"oaust" "" be"paid on.the 'were' int Oded?to -eons me. cratic' principles-Carried.last fall fact that1exicoaudthe begins to
nr the wnrk.n write dotsThaVsiU. 9..K. Now i '
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AU commtMiicat mHt be ..addressed ttt '6th.-John cc. Calhoun,' the'>gifted by false assertions of the \Vhigsbufwill' 'were. at war, does-any".body"presume1 ".havegot1ou. Go ahead. '

GILLETT & Hit/AUD. pottagt-paid.' fSIT.AK son of-a noble$tate,distinguished alike 'this fall be found right. .: ror.'mom, that British ships would 'Washington.Do what. .

-GENTLY.-- IHB for splendid! talent. and.spotless.virtues, i By; ,Rw. Dillon.:-Cowfikins, 'pepper-j. interpose to.prevent American 'vessels] I send yo"a1 you now fI get. ,

SpC'ak g.ffly: iti.-is better far the sun shines not on a nobler man. boxes and hard cider, he can't go; but from an attack UJKHT, Mexican 'port. .New ;York.- (1Wasiington.Djd ,': a

Tnrisle hy Inve tlian fear, 7th.-Richard M. Johnson, a soldier,. a hickory pole and polk-berry stalk, he, :in. pursuance of the war. Aye,aye, Prof.
Sp ak gently lei_ nohar. wof.U mar. a statesman, a Democrat :the'.working. never, goes by without admiring.: THe' whoTe series of .rumorsconnec JtforseV" you gel
for hi i. 1
Th pm d we might ilo here. ,man's rrieod, b oxjous. the silk stocking -, .iBy-L.i s. Bennett; -The. Democratic ted with anticipated'Hostilities,between New York.message-YCF from. daughter Philadelphia:

S-r Vg ni1j; lam both wi'por low ruffles, shirt aristocnicy' only, ,the party. The only party that ptacesthe. -: us 'and 'theBritish riear-Califdrnia i ,,are but it is too late to,send it over the, river ;
,, that true hf>nrt.biml l. of than of his construction' the Constitution .: -
Th nw history more_ thirty years right upon ;entirely improbable.\ We feel perfect : to-night. ,I am all alone. The two
Anti gfti\\v\ ft i.-n.l.hip'"nrcriu flow. life councils his Coun- and the friends .
."telion'.voice it kind.wak spent in the of true of.native: and, ly at.case\concerning pur relations with .boysare gone. .
try will prove; that upon scale of:political adopted suffrage. : ,Great Britain,.thanks to the, AmericanSe'riate Washington.-Vcry well no matter.

erntly to the lisle child, : : :consistency stands without a By F;JUoone,- Hon. Judge Crane,of ,After 'such 'a demonstration : Bahirnore-T-Good night .,I am going.

ti'love lie *urt t n oft,;ain nd; mil lIt .' rival among, the distinguished ,men;of Orange,-who has this day shown:so fextrctheaniiety: on the;part of Great 'V'nshington.-Good night, all.
1'p"rh U in wrc"ntd* '
not long renwtn. the age., K much zeal for our principle, )let.him' Britain to: keep 'alive'our friendly rela- Philadelphia.-Good night.

may Sth.-Our distinguished and able join in, making converts. > tionsand i foster our intimate_intercourse, New York..-Good night. '

S Sr"\k giinth"n thu .unJ l fur. they Senator in Congress the Hon. D.Levy. By"'WHoy...Banl',- the, best bankis social and commercial, 'we:cannot, for.a : And so ends this curious scene not
Will have f nnugh tn *'iir.lhilif ;
t I P.. Ibroltb u be.t they may, Yulee,-Florida's favorite, the people's a Sand Bank, and 'a good Plough moment, dream that. she would, in so imaginary one but one of.actual oc .

.Ti*f' H of antious care.SFl : friend-a,man after' 'our:own_ bean, a Horse,.guided by a Democrat to break: causeless a 'manner as that these-conJectures currence. Let one reflect

1\ ne4 'I'[ firm and uncompromising'.Democrat.-, :: it'up. indicate, assume"an'attitude of the fact, that all any these questions upon and '.

Ciil"\'p=et1y nut ilir'to the earc'.ernIu'nrt otx ; 9th.-The nominee' of the Democratic By L. Ryan.-Our Representative in hostilities and,war towards 'us. answers occurred in a space of time '

Tb" !nn'l A lift* nrn*"rly'
161"1 such in |race depart. follow the sta'ndardWhoever may be 1 may he be, the choice of, the, people at THE jJAGl\ TIC TELEGRAPH. which the unique drama has been re .

2 l frntly.VtmUy the priM':. selected to bear' it-onward., 1 our.n election. _: :The newspapers.in Washington City lated. e .

Srk J."t nn harsh Ii o. b'h "r.1; j 10th.-The.rights ort, adopted citi,I By John Rentz..;John Tyler,'elected Balttm re"Phil del phi and New York, .- -- j I

I Ti.fT have ,*iMu:ti hy.mu.t t..ttl'1f I zen. Protection, and security to. him, by the Whigs' but never l committed now publish 'simulti1n ously 'the,' news People. wealth and fashion are more
S \Vtli>Mit anTh u, ind ,..rd. I as well as the native born, Democratic, the.variance of bur country,by.vetoing by.thegreat: Southern maiL -Th -news' liable to'Ihe ill effects of the phantasies

S'k. :.antly In Ihp prrin.-"nuw principle, but none of"from 21 years ,residence the Bank Bill. i is also.::published i .simultaneously in.Albany 'of the*imagination than others, they become '

<*y niiMl IaevP ti4ifil( in iis; Whig principle.llth. :' J- By D. C. Prescott.--E.. 'Cabell, Utjca, Syracus ,- u.usn* Geneva !satiated and displeased ,with eve. '

JVrrlit.r.. iiuViii'li- insult* them *o, .-Members of' the Democratic the victim of :a political:majority in arid'Rochester,.and"soon will be from .rythiugbccause they.have no necessary

Oh! \jn ihfm hutrk'ngnin. party, who-prefering their own, private .Florida".may the'coming'election-prove Boston to'Buffalo,and from Boston to object of pursuit. .

biIifr interests descend from .their exacted justice and sustain its principles by 'The '
Stw'a c"i>tly! IJ.s1o ZI'I"' Washington. followTnff conversation -
To I..ul| m>tn** ,,.I.h..n. ".;ii. station freemen, a"d'j in' theVhigs. ,triumphant election\ of the Democratic between New York. Philadelphia The Li r.-As you would. avoid the

\\..., .'"',"." ,v.Tpfii rc with .te if., I may they receive they justly merit nominee. : aud Washington, which actually took paths of sorrow and misery-as you
St'Y tuihcm.! "Iys '..urt"''M' IiII' execration J. Our friend Hon. D. ., would turn from n crumbling'precipice
the Republi
every-true By "Fagan.- place ori Saturday nTgbit l s.8S reported -
s.. ..:." .. "t4 I'til; ihifc* ,Levy;Yulee, absentiat' present,. his,feelings by the Washington correspondentof -runi'or'our life from.the,steps of a
I Hr"'f t ) i in ili.In-wri*. _!If'r11: can.12th. '. ']liar.. Jiis breath will pollude and 'des-
; .-The State.of Florida, may her are with.usu May he:long live to the 'Philadelphia' 'Iedg r, illustrates -
.1*,. ,.4.l. ) ,1.i..l.i. l..i"l; None confide in him .
tj"Y mny troy. can none
commerce, a riculture'an'd'internal l improvements :enjoy "the :confidence of tbepeople'oCFlorida. 'the extent and:facility of its, operations : .
Eh' hIt l *
trust him. He hated his
\ can companions
,_ ___ _h'_ __ flourish, and may our representatives .'. .r. :-: shunned' :
.] always bear in mind her B). the President;-Our worthy host, A dramatic scene, such, I.:venture .to and by his friends.-
cr.ur.RATK 0( THE FOURTH OK JULY motto, to,regulate.their. acts with wisdom Richard Dillon, always ,ready to join say, as never had i its parallel on this Should: you get entangled in the net and of
the falls the utmost exertion
CIU'EK.ST'FLO- ,. iustice, and 'moderation.. the Democrats, a true friend to us all- earthoceurred'onSatordn 'evening'last, ,
1346 AT BLACK 13th.-The 'Ladies,-The Binders of we tender him our thanks r'the. good 6th.inst.and was the ligitimate offspring prudence' to regain your' former standing .

ltll).\ our"affections; h p'e'of our enjoyments, dinner:given ii a this day. .. of that,strange.invention,"the magnetic, ; brimless you do, farewell to all

This day has been celebrated, ) by the 1 who'elect- without votesgovernwithoutlaws -.g By Mr. Haas.-The' new State of telegraph, an invention to :which the your hopes-to all your joys

Patriotic citizens in freeman stylchap-, decide without appeal, and never Florida,:,may she not'only' rise. with her public attention' .is'at'this'time, so Universally Destruction. oftht Mormon Teml1e.- .

py friends met from various parts of wrong, may.they always find, \in.the object sisler,States, butnio' sound policy and attracted.: Prof. Mofse, 'the A report reached' St. Louis 011 the llth

the East, to join in mutual congratulations of their favor a unity of,hearts. .in correct,government, cxcell them alL inventor:and superintendent of the magnetic inst. that preparations were said to be

and the of times the Union. of hands.VOLUNTEER. By the Rev. Mr.' 'Bowie.-May 'we telegraph,:and ,his: assistant, ''Mr. making Nauvoo, to blow! up the Holy

renew memory 'TOASTS. always.maintain our freedom,which we Vail, in: .their ,office_ Washington Temple of the. Mormons, wIth'gunpow.
gone by. The day was passed in joy By the .President have gained:upon this glorious day wished to test,the''integrity'of the'telegraph der. .,

and harmony,-with n. goodly numberof Rough'and Ready, (. By :a,Guest.-Col.J. B. Cole, one ol line:the whole nssisttuiccthrou"h The rumor 'there"*was generally ''be- ,

the staunch yeomanry of Duval, and Tough and Steady. the Stars of Democracy, may East Florida from 'Washington, to4,New"York;''a. distance hevedand\ considerable excitement .

other Counties of the East, full of the Our American Taylor, with such appreeilte'hi8'wort of no Jess; !than 260 'miles. :The prevailed in consequence. ;The powder

journeymen asTiviggsRidgely-Walker l By a Friend.-Isaac Varnes, Esq., better to understand, 'singularity of "was;said..o be deposited at Pontusac
true Democratic spirit, confident in_ the and. others, they tried twice to'make 'alit may-he]long live as a .patron;of Black ,tbe"seenel,am about to"record,'the.reader about fifteen miles:above* If done, it ito

,success of their principles, and joyous ,but finallyJ] succeeded. in ,making-a', 'Creek, and of true Republican princi' ':must imagine four'individuals, ;one be the work! of .the anti-Mormons,

to see and greet their fellow citizens of cut. The Mexicans want no more of pIes. at,the office Washington,'one at' Bal who believe thatiflne temple .was des-

the renowned Black Creek, a place no- bur Fashions.. '% The thanks of the meeting were given : timor,-- 40!miles distant one at Philadelphia troyed this infatuated nfre would entirely -

. led for its Democracyoh it was By'Col. J. B. Cole--The principlesof by our worthy President, and 'replied lOS"miles farthjer," and 'o cat ) 'disband, and never think of Nauvoo

Democracy, having their'foundation to by io"r.guest,:Rev. Mr. Bowie. New: York, (or rather' ereyCitYl opposite more than'any'other place ; but so longas

a glorious jubilee-about two o'clock in the national rights of man, they must f 'New York;) 112-miles fa.1h.er.'rhe .- ,the temple _remains it will be looked

the company repaired to the "Odd Ftl- form the. policy. ,ofevery ,government The Richmond(i Times; If Compiler ; telegraphic( line, passes ,through. upon by'them asthe Mecca of their religion -

lows hail," where the Declaration of whose power emanate_ from the people, makes the following sensible remarks, on the instruments'at the offices at each of and 'hundreds who have_gone' to

Independence was read in fine,style by and whose end is'the people's good. the ,current bugbear ,of British interference ,these places, and a commUnication des Oregon, Iowa, anil California will'be .
Crn .-East 'Florida the patched from 'any'-otie; :'ijVritten'andunderstood. struggling bock.
e ,
By Judge
. the Hon. Crane of .with the oethtionsofoirsacI- ,
Judge Orangeco.; .., all the' ..binera.
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:hospitality"oft her citizens, entitles - ; instantly Besides i this i Mormons from. every

and a spirited appropriate Oration generous,them to, the, possession of .her ron on, the coast of Mexico.. I shall .desigrna'te .the;operators. part of the East' .who .are emigrating.Wesi .

, was de1ivered by Col. J. B. Cole,'of St. rich and prolific, ,soil ,and, climate, and_ THE..CALIFORNIA' ,RUMORS. bythe"names of the. '
: John's, after which. ,the ,company sat needs no "CABLE" for its protection For months past ,rumor has made they are'stationed i .'-- ; to,scelthe tet pJ This the antics danotlike

4 down to a most snmplup/is'dinner when there,,is.already "Levy"onlt..By Colifornia the,subject of 'S meballozeiofherhundredtones W 8tshiogto )- Baltimorej are. ,-you', in' ,'and theso arc some,of the .reasons -'
I -prepared James ,Pagan..-The_ :Hibernian at least; and connection -\vith. ;Philadelphia 1Washington. .:. f. assigned; for. its,destruction; bat them
; by Richard Dillon, .Esq.. Everything motto .at New Orleans,,**m>" B9 n.tl.-- as \\the"p termination of the',Oregon Balti 1bre.---Ves. .1 j -. probable,ope is that,it has its priffin -.

: was abundant, and his guests We ffeht for our adopted country. difficulty has'approached. she seems* .-Put me in connection. ,fn malignity! and a desir if jpossfble5 -

: must be ignorantly fastidious when 'By t''. Moone. -L.:S. Bennett, a gentleman to use i increased.diligence to'impart anxiety with Phil del liia. **:''*. s T -. f 1 TtocxtrmmatetIie' very name ofMormon.

i they rise dissatisfied. After'the removal ,always ready tof ''support: the .toychingthoaminij events in Baltimore. -Aye, aye sid \Vai a .-* 'llth'Tras'theiday y fixed .

good old.ca.use.Iay'bis friends,'never that far distant! EL Dorado. Weplace minuted (After a',pause.), 'Go ahead.? for: :its> 'destruction. V.e'_shall. soon
of the cloth Col. L. '
Ryan, was appointed .
neglecthim.i '* -. .' no reliance in these.rumors, or that turn you can now talkiwitlrPhilndelphia; s.ccwhatweshallsec.. : .. fcMarriag .
President of the,day CoL J, B_. George.-TtatepfFlorida' : which is given them tending to hostili .*Washington,-HowidbyouPhiladelpHia. dOPhiIa .

. Cole, Vice,President, and Thos.; Cow-' By jbitemerats aliyays 'be as' suecessful ,- between: this country.and Great Bri deJpbia1t. ,;_A l"l.n ;:. : Exiraordinaryi-Qn Saturday .
may "'IithatyouWishii1gtOfl it:7 'clock P.JVI at"the church .
; ley, Secretary; on the right of.the Pesident in"their electionsasm' 1845. tain.i'; .-Pretty welL... (, '
:celebf $Ve looked :the statement of the Ki .1it '1Q.j.-t.*rare l\l.fintisays Atukapas, (La.)'
; I sat our old friend Vornes ,his By B. Frisb,-The day :we' ;upon
continue be.celebrated, purchase of California* by 'Britfsh subjects ..t'V bin 8 A;t Y ;. yd tl1con.. Gazette,very uncommon and interes-r i
hoary head demanding rcspectfr n.,all,.1 ate,jnayrit of 11'D1ibIi i suredby a most lidiculbusfttory nected with"New,,York 1:" .'" .",.:1" J .n. tigcrcncny; tqok place at the. foot of _
. as'the birth.'day ,.as Fong ,:. -
e and on his left was the Rev Mr 'the world stands .'u wit bout a,semblance of probability! .Philadelphia.Washington..-Y .rt.tt" --.., -. : th e.alter.. It wa.s the youngest;couple '
jBowieof i the, Church ;. And* ir trae must jtfoflothat .- Put f me :m> *conriec- im!gionb1 'r C v1ng the marriage sic .
Baptist ancl.qn s* ,By J.B.;Cple Tfeb..:-Cowleyj dno were '
"7> '!'.1' rament: The was::S2years; of _
the left was_ Judge .Crane, and the,sides. of us,:a,\,clever. fellowtvreadJJ fforany- such ,a state of, proprietorship would ODtwithNew York : ,', ibq groom bride with white robe
1 .this from invasion '. .*PhildeIphi.e'flY wait a,minWasKingtoS ageand ,; 't. .
t were occupied by souls true and no- thing., and true,to' is4.fcslma ; "e'fr'f".L l1 ts ja country. _.prosecution* !& .of/the ute. (Mer ajaus ) : Go pbead-now, 1 4.Whjttt: veil,rha( entered apoa.her, '(

;: bfcj -Then<:ametlie Regular'.and i :Volunteer .: always prosper Y'r'' ; ** .t1-1f' :'t:, .il \ 'second'centuryt&at Ts to say, site was. ,.
> : "*.o JY.'f Judge'Cane.-bk, worthy'host. war f with4 Mexico The rumor. des for 'it. ;
i.: Toasts.. >,' ; I ; tt lady: ; -iniy.. tli y* alwayil'eljjoy the not assume* that" Mexico" '' has" parted* with '11.V bingt J1. Niw.HY-/bq1Lv 1.arc' 101" artf aniirnFiitiekneeled'age: Both, witheav'dowa'any4serjoui and; f
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: th e. n gp'r.the,star of .freedom.And H. BrocienDrou :J.' eleVted. -l>y a J4a- ,tes irono'invading' i-auI by what antboritywouIdEngli ti ewl Y i'k.; d 't1pt t : 1 l' :' '* ilt'>fr '8Mitaie t .
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., '" sad handred'eyed police. In touchiagspoathe Tbea&JefFersoarftBd, Jobs Adams.Nonaore .-,- Ujoaa; pre vii iitiee, number of The Waifciagf* Ualea.. ef. D*., "

JACKSONVILLE. JULY 10/ 1846, subject efTcrrilorialacqa, happy ,m the renown'of:,their thedtfeeas. of Mirioa coauty, assenbled MM*, says- The Seaate ww set mla ;;<- ",
V-V- Af 1 lives Thai coincidence, of their .
lions he remarked'that the incientde.mocracieswer i Uti House f Mr. S. McCarty see to
... deaths their ...at > 7.
r "' memory wecherisHytMeiimonument ""
"rnined by the ..man.Be is the country-their epitaph on Thursday; the 2nd day of July' 1846;' the How the reroute Wl __

s of their area. The; impulses. of her JBde ende ce. for the purpose of.sending Delegates to finally passed &r the very decisive majority _

faction were sudden and unchecked and TJy: George W.,Calder of Georgia attend the Democratic State Convea- of.ieet..y8l&

,1. :\: ![jOn the first page of to-days paper overwhelming; but an extensive republic Andrew try's 'pride Jackson-when-now dead .living his country's his coun tioB to be held at the Lower Mineral Jt was relieved from its thrtUem mcommittee '

will be'found the proceedings of'a like ours, may be',destroyed.*by a ,loss, : .. -' Springs in Colombia_ county, ,to-'aorai* .f the Wfcele ea the state of

ttf' Democratic dinner given'at Black Creek conspiracy of the members. against;the .By ,O." Hart,,Marshall of the,Day- ,nate Representative to.the"Bext.Con- the Union, this day at half past IZ

t r on the 4th. We, would judge from the head, or the power of:government .may The',theme ever: nearest. the. Heart- o'clock; the Ion; space of seres heart.

$ toasts that the true Democratic: spirit be spent as it extends,'like a ,circle in I The Fair Dalghters.oCFJori.la... gress.When.S. McCiRTY, Esq,,was,called having been occupied excIaiivelymTo*
By: S./L. Burritt The Integrity of '
! t: prevailed. We publish all the toasts the water which is lost by its own ex .I,the Ierican.URion.: to the chair, and Sitr.E.M&rrzii: ting on am-e&d..ts. Dariag the tie-

; ( sent to uswith exception of four'or pansion. He f poke of the union of thew, By T,"O. Holmes-ThePilcrim Fa- was requested :to act as secretary; bate, tbecomitehev.bad the services j.

; .1 five which arebeyond our comprehension States as being voluntary, and never to ers. -Their principles were not confinedto i The chairman then explained'the object of a gentleman as chairman, (Mr.

: and would puzzle a Philadelphia be preserved by force, but to be preserved State .limits., May their .children of: tl meeting, in a ,concise and appropriate Cobb, Georgia,) who, 88itiag a cea-
,by a spirit concession and a" emulate their.virtues and preserve that .manner. -p tent knowledge of the rules of order
) Lawyer to read-pens must have been magnanimous lore liberty protected by the Law. '. ,
iI scarce, and sticks brought into requisi lihfrality.V e.. listened. to By,A. B. Hazzard The Reader of On motion of,James.Piles,, it was Resolved with a firmness requisite to e&ferce

tion. Those,gentlemen who have been this Oration with the most profound attention the Day.. that the chair appointa: com them, has exercised the almost OtBIi,.

t thus neglected, will excuse us, and in ., and cheerfully, ." accord to its author The Reader of the'dav acknowledged mittee three nominate Delegates, tent authority with which he Wai ..

: future- when- they- write- for- a newspaper ,our humble meed of approbation,. the. .compliment,and offered the JoJl ,!- to attend jtfie Democratic State 'Con vested in a manner that has elicited t&e

4 remember that editors or compositors and in so doing,. but echo the :sentiments ing:The: Committee- of Arrangements vention. good will of every unprejudiced obsen*

.. cannot at all times read that which of his crowded auditory of both Their: patriotic exertion! and polite attentions -- Which the ,chairman ,did by selec- er. On no occasion within our recollection

the writer probably could not read him Ladies and Gentlemen. have secured credit to them, ting James W. Piles, John Tompkin*, has the floor been awarded witha

self. At. 3 o'clock,P. M., those citizens and pleasure to us. and J. if. Bridges. more liberal and comprehensive im

; We 'learn from a gentleman of this who had subscribed to the Dinner, reassembled The sentiment President then offered the following After a brief absence, committee. partiality. It is not too much to say,

t t place, that there was also a celebration at the long room of the Hotel, "The Orator of:the Day. returned and .suggested ,the following that this gentleman has deserved well I Iof

of the Temperance Society at Black which had been selected for the occa- The Orator arose, responded to the names as suitable persons, to attend the House and of his constituents for

!t Creekon the 4th, which was numerously sion. The Dinner prepared by, Mr.P: sentiment, expressed happily the high : said convention,'viz: John G. Reardon the fidelity and fairness with which he

: attended by both sexes. We have WOOD, was: ,soon, after placed before appreciation in which he regarded the i and Spencer Brooks, which was 'unanimously has discharged the responsible trust reposed
honors of which he had been
: ,not been favored with the proceedings them, (which was ample, 'and displayed bumble recipient, and concluded by the offering : adopted. in him. .

: of the day for publication, therefore, our much taste, in the selection'of the, meats the following: The chaiunan, then explained the \Ve have also to congratulate thi

2. temperance friends cannot expect par and viands) when the, guests and subscribers The, Day we celebrate,. in the lan propriety furnishing a certificate of;' chairman of the committee of Ways an4

ticulars. took their seats: Col. J. B. guage of the dying Adams "a great' and appointment their Delegates, which Means, Gen. McKay, on the successfc

}IrjJ I, LANCASTER presiding, assisted by ,Dr. good ,day." was concurred. and it was termination this day of the most_ laborious .
!Mark Butts-The actions of the
: j IDI. The Duval delegation left Jacksonville H. D., HOLLAND, as Vice President.-, By sOlEd, That the certificate of appointment portion of his onerous duties. The
StA 9th and of Destinedto
Charley May
i I1 yesterday on their way to the The evening was concluded cheerfullyin a conspicuous place on the Pages of be signed by the chairman vote by which the bill finally passe;

Convention, to be held at Suwannce the enjoyments of,the festive board, History, and the liveliest remembranceof and secretary of this meeting, and on may be some compensation to him not

I Springs on Monday next, to select a heightened by toast and .sentiment, in the American Patriot. motion'of John Tompkins, it was only for the labor ,it has cost, but for the

candidate to represent the, Democracy which the patriotio feelings of the occasion By J..B. Lancaster,PresidentLieut.R. Resolved, That t he proceedings of doubts and suspicions which have some
::4 of Florida in the next Representative and which Ridgely" Stop Charley till I draw this be in the "Jack- times
; were embodied .were their fire. meeting published i unjustly, as we always believed,
: branch of Congress. The St. John's received with cheers and other sonville News." been thrown him in relation
repeated By O. Wood-His Excellency, Wm.D. : upon: to the
I t delegation passed through town yes expressions of joy and enthusiam Moseley, Gov. of the Stat6 of Flori- The meeting then adjourned. time at which the bill should' be taken

: terday for the same destination. The following is a 'list of. the.. toasts da.By ::;HERLfNG'McCARTY' up. Possessing a perfect knowledge of

We which kave been handed in: Dr. G.Fleming-The Sailor-the Chairman.S. the chances which attend on legislation,
[EI.! are requested to state that noble hearted sailor-a gem in the
there will be a meeting the Jacksonville REGULAR 'TOASTS.1st. rough too long unappreciated.By MATTAIS, Secretary. and deeply versed in the caprices of

Temperance Society this evening .--4th of July 1776.-The day J., H. a Bours-The war with Among'the reports of the day,is one that moKf subtle thing-the temper of

., S at 8 o'clock at the Court House, and when our Ancestors, bursting the Mexico-If it has not added to our that if Santa_ Auria! who at last dates the House-we have not doubted that

; tliat Dr.A. S. BALDWIN, will address the shackles British; Tyranny proclaimed Gainu, :may it not depreciate our Worth. was still at Havana, should be recalled he was more competent .than any other
G. D. Miller '
Woman the
the American Colonies free By -
The Ladies rind the sover to the Presidency of Mexico he will man to judge of the order in which he
1 Society. public eign, and Independent States. ,God of Society, the inspiration of the Poet- ,
I L generally are respectfully invited to at- shield their freedom, sovereignty,.and in cery.festival, our warmest thoughts carry out an arrangement which is al- would call up his business and that

tend. independence to the end of time. are turned to her. ledged to have:been:made through one whatever course he thought best to adopt

2nd.-The Memory of Gen. Wash By ,Cyrus Bisbee .Hon. J. C. Cal.hounCarohiua's of-his agents, with,the Government, at in that respect would turn ojt final

t1 OUB CKI.EBRATI ington. The Father of his Country.His .- gifted Sen, a patriot Washington. This arrangement, it is ly to be the safest and best. The result -
,t It rarely falls to our lot to notice the name and achievements are inscribed without guile, and a Statesman without
: fear should him said, embrace?:--first:-' with this has justified the calculation.The .
r-we love as. a man peace
t celebration a festivaJwhich has passed in characters. Living light,on the ,
t off with harmony of feeling hearts Freemen throughout the;world and honor ,him as a Statesman; long country on the part of-Mexico-second, following aie the yeas and nays
more 3d.-The Heroes of Revolution. may he,be spared to adorn and guidethe the acknowledgment of the Rio Grandeas upon the passage of the bill:

: good humor, friendship- and eclat, and While we pay due reverence: to the aOairs.ofbilfcountry. the Southern boundary of the United y.-I.-u. S. Adam. Atxtrrmn. Aikinwip,
!ft which has left upon the mind more dead let us not forget the wants and By A. 1)..Hazzard-Col., McIntosh, B.I". B. .-.h"r=.-'. ll..uitn. Hi-:.,J A UlarL.UoI'M --
States-and ihird the acquisition of : 11. .!. ... .
of the Army-Tho American his JJSIIS1T&9J. rUC'"rbbn"" ;|I.V U.UrwMii.
pleasurable emotions than our late National ,wasted frames of the.Living. flag California .Dun. Cull.... CItaV A .\ l.'NlIIIM., It
4 Anniversary. The spirit of par 4th.-Our Country. May she ever .robe, the sword his protector, victory by purchase. Chupmaii. t:,....*-. Goto. CVllm., Culluw, CuaiiojlMii -
; : exhibit a proud example the-Saluta- his watchword, the love 'or country his .. Uauifl. Uaigbn,J tunis. D...) ...&.Dub-
and James Reid tile
completely lulled, to rest, ,D. operator at ,.
t.yvas of the glory. Georgia proud of her patrioticson. Utj> ,In. 'm-tH :-. Du-jiap. KJlMr.rUj, Karaa Kick
, and ry influence Liberty, upon happiness the Philadelphia lip. fr.. G.Il.-,.. ..,. ....
p the distinction of Democrat Whig, and prosperity of the People.5th. Magnetic Telegraph, rii .u.'J..r, (; : (i iuvvr,

: j was merged into the more honorable .-The President of the U. States. By Egbert ,Poinsett-Florida-:-May hIsinvented an instrument to which he llamlin.II.ace.I.:flar.....nw Um...ln4iut U.nMD..C.,.G S Ilussiiwi Hrnlr, .lliU How'b ard.",
I I character of united Amer eans. 6th.-Congress. Let their delibera- she, become one of the greatestof our gives the name 'of' the "Morsogrsipb," }I W llulilMi. J U II...... H..al....J H JvhiMu
tions be for the good of,the cOuntry State Jug J l.h..oa. Mufipw Jsib.ga.n. G ,V J.....5
The day though quite warm, was more -- -- by means of which tbe moment the operator ,
J NM" Kaufman. KPDO.h. 1' Kin*. Laurence.j .
: .... for By George Holmes The .AmericanEaglellay'
than their re-election.' "
Leak.La S-lo, Luiti &.,;: :
nevertheless, propitious me procession her ,commences message from the. j I |> Mariaj )1cCwlla..l
: '
wings never droop.
f K 7thFlorida.. "Laiasez nous faire.n8th. I MrCITiMiMi. .MrCiMimrll. MrCatt.J J 5I ;h ; formed, according to the pro .--The Army and Navy of,the U. By Major,C. ,H.' Pelot-America, the other: terminus, the clock work is pat in eU, McKay. J 1'Mariw.U Martin,Morris: \ *...,
grame of arrangements, at WOOD'S Hotel S. Let co power on ,earth,contemn the only bright,oasis in nature's dreary waste motion, and, the paper being dl'3n'off, ..M".h.. N...y r Kt rilft Yati4b |'alaacI'"ill..

1! i from whence proceeded to the paucity of their numbers, or presume where woman is properly appreciated, the:message is' recorded without the ..UuLt-r.'m.lH"l.s..trUe-I'bi-Jr..natabarn.S.wr... &Ilrul..D1m.us..-.ird.. SnJJae.w.u.1
their weakness, "Auimis opibus. and where floats.in every zephyr freedom A 0 )im., L II Sitn.. .
: : Presbyterian Church, where the Eet' upon necessity for.any person being, presenttoattend : Suni*mTba Sn.li h,s.m -
Sfimper.Parati." s rragr oce.. $0.0. U Smith Slarkwnitkcr, SI Jclin. Stinng.J..
.11 .. Mr.;A. B. BU&KE, after having read an que, 9th,-Agriculture, Commerce, and By M/Hearn. The_ literature of our to the instrument, which exists cob Tlwmpnu TiUeui, Tows, TrPd..,.WICk
. appropriate psalm.addressed the throne Manufacture. Let all flourish, but not country,-though' now in its infancy, with those now in use. Its form is cbimn.D.glis.\VilliamVUin. ,., Wond. Wo| ...lw.nl, Yaaett.:

. tic of grace in a fervid, patriotic and impressive one,by tbe.ruinof others. may the day' speedily 'arrive'when'it beautiful, being in the shape of a lyre,. .Naj*-llfr Ablmit AJcO'.U..TbunnaD-, J Q Adam.. ArmJJ.A .
manner. The Declaration. of 10th.-The South v*. the Abolitionists may bo commensurate with her political and the workmanship admirable. .huiun.Barrinrrv UBIarkv. BtanrliarJ.BrMl-
of the North and East. We have and.physical greatness. --; lir..IrCm *n. 8.&n:._. W \V CampKrll. J H
: Independence was then read by Mr.CHARLES CmmpU-U. Carrull. Cack.', CoUamar. C,. ,,,
By Geo. Mooney-Men of Letters- Two boys at Portland, Maine, while. "
l P. COOPER in and thus far stood upon the Constitution Cruzifr, enl...,. Darrab. D., .. 0......... Div. vDrxUry.
: I a masterly We have,thus far employed Reason*- ever the'noblest treasures of nation..- at play, discovered'a stake:driven in the EJMII. ,lUtlman. J H K.i.g. E H Eiitg -
dignified manner-(Major C. H. PE&tr If that fails, our next appeal will be to By G. W. Calder, of Go.-Southern ground'some distance. They attempt. .F M.I, Fu.l<,.. Garvin. Geatij. Gid.1iaGra
the and valor ham Gri.l. .. ...
Colleges. Though beauty r.G.inaeJl..J.mploe.Ual'JW'r.H ln
who bad been selected as the reader, Arms. ed to, pull it but there ...
81 appeared
of the South continue for timeto up J W 11..01' .S D fliiLh.,. HUC oa. Haq'r'Old.
Petition. To wrap '
llth. The of '
haying beet prevented from officiating right to be something at the bottom of it, ( hunt,CJ'I"'C"nuU.J: B. lacn.": !. J..kJ.
themselves the fabrics of Northera '
ask Government do. that which it in ,a .
of ia to D P Kiaig. Leil. L*wi L.ejn Lang, 3IcCesa,
I Ill.that capacity, in consequence cannot do, without violation of the fun bom -.let us endeavor to manufactureour their'curiosity was excited, and :theydu McG4ujlwy. MclUnry.t MeUn .w.AI..b.Miller,

t disposition, much to the regret of himself damental law, is. a palpable and flagrant own Statesmen and Scholars. down till a chest, keg:or 'box,. was ilorl. Prndlrfm, iWry.;PuU ck..Ii.me j. Rfeirr
and friends The audience then W D. Eubank-Joshua' R. ,J Rtickwrll. A Rockwell Ruse. Buak.Ki-
) all such By m. ;
? abuse ofHight- petitionsare dis :o'ere'bicb. on opening was ...u.Sd *nek : Seaman. Sereraacr. Smith. B
listened, to ,an Oration. from, S. W., ..Doc-, an insult to the Government,and aa Giddings May the South never:lack found( to contain,,about,$ 1,000 in gold Smiib.C B Smkb.TbonfMon. Stpl', Sr..... Si.Sylies.i1Uxi'I .
'himself in insult to the people. a patriot to trip up the heels,of an Abolitionist ...ui. Thuma.aB Th mm.i
who acquitted, a
,: r GETT, Esq. 12th.-The union .of the States- -. a hangman to'prepare a halter and silver. Ti.......TmtmU. Tnim&o. V..*.Vii',
manner ,alike honorable to himself, and (orJos. ,R.Giddings.JBy UMVk, ..... \Vbiii'. Wiaitaf, WooOrtl";
based mutual copeessidn by mu The Washington that the
upon : says,
Wrif bt
.. o city. We w uldtht par limits i E.. .A Russell-Our, Volunteer
tual concession it.mast. be sustained.13th. ? hat despatches of General Taylor lend eaf
The and
would permit us tA .furnish, extracts .-Woman,. toasts, like our Volunteer troops,- -placing tea
; last not.least. no countenance the report. that Gen. fee; the free articles was agreedto
After though yet among ,
: (row this eloquent production. 'T4iiiuitbt kind prorUrne*rver betmr *
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i Arista had proposed an armistice to '
Tram balm for our aorrowt charm fur our woet, : previous the fiol vote.
; reiewi cursorily;; the principles When fmtifd by,Iiar4 (.t&UZ1Of, Kdentofle. *, General Vega now: a prisoner,of.war. him. It furtheradds-PThey say nothing ___ __ __ __ __ __ p
which the great and,important transaction II gave"oa aoL&eaDJ brtlrrIn.tlte.. I THE REVENUE TARIFF PASSIP-
.r at New Orleans has asked permission of this proposition for,an armistice -
t s ef American Revolution. <,originated 'VOLUNTEER TOASTS.By The Washingtoa'Uaioa of 3d i 4
: of the Government .throngh Gen.Ge.IflCSAt9 nor 40.t they state that Gea. Aristais
is with that w*
:, :, MrDoGGBTT went on to mark, in ,Col. Jos..)B.,Lancaster,President 01' "*/ : says-It greatful hearts
:: a'v ri"t gic.a1'&luljtJdd :strain the.peculiar -Major General Z.. Taylor---Success <<; leave 4 New_. '.Orleans_ and visit i stationed at Monterey. Oa the contrary announce to the country"the passage w

:- ,' portoe'HOld Rough.'and. Beady"' different, parts of the United. States.-- they represent Arista a.being on the revenue tariCinll m die Hett, ..wRepresentatives

ipflojsflce of:liberty apon mental By Bf/H.: D. Holland,; Vice, iPresident TheUnioniatimatesthahi.' ;wish.will this,side. of,,,.Monterey.. 'Nor do theyextend by a vote of 114 fet *f
:::1',: fxertioB, a5& 'improvement, and to exfibita' -. cotmr 'liis"' .1 : 95 against the hill-beiaga majorttf T
-Our ;:intry-QurxiIok # be acceded to stvithont difficulty t force to 1 5,000, troops.
,: .few... *,-J11be'.. -'. beHict.i' .." .efleeti. re-- ; not: ircHmscrihea J JythcMrrowlimitsof : ; i : 1& vetes in favor- 'er the mewre wwgating ..,
f" ; :
orge.aiul : State but':co-extensire; wiUitheBroa&expu'pfbar : ,A reeoatre took plica on 'Saturday the Ski'who e -017
suiting ..a 1ieicQagemeflV>> a singte, ,' .rHuBBicANS furious .
AT QuEBEC.-A, -'; i the cast Jn r vet aad tteee dii*'
1 .Bfttioaal 1 jth ; gnre e,
.coBttituted Governmeiit. onfederacy. eveentne.; I ;ulOn LebanonK'ybetween :
in "
.. hnrricaae raged at Q ebecro.a the 20thoh. era who had sot paired or BJM.
; ... He thea 'gkaeei the,politics- By; & 'W I ;&*g&f Qrt r-'Thtf ., which did considerable t daMnong'ihi'bippi p two oung'men, citizens' of Wy absent, swells: the actual .. ajt7
and .Wa4ity end ,gefteratr !>eBcIaac. ef that place,. 'by them;, ';of Thomas to 23 votes. The vote ws set see'
.. ..t.... ... ... memory oft:ihe; ira e ea' wh.lIat gad blew down:theTheSiarrpablisfeedin .
tjie ; > 1v;8e4- j, wrtfe .tm if"t Palo Alto and Betaea de k PaUm ea Ifaepreterva :' Chandler au4 Tkms "Elder. EWer tina) nui North die Se&l, theE5' "
age i'r'"tclOw'
>* fisf/t 2 --, ".) ": .... rL9c, iLillinj. ... r, ttree and the'West panieiMted ia the a4ef! ,.
; iu fWIiAi .uLmo..- "_e& tk.n. (9th. ', 'heakhfaI in rNeaiy tt. sbete from a re* .
upofl ... ". '.
: .t. ,,4.- : bmadeclare .. BBI.,.. .k.:) .,. .. : t \ r > -j tWB'.r ..'sere Te1Igast YN
w polkiciajU J who_are fore v.fbeat-: tbt ir,irsage', e fravea TolvFng pistol, without_ d'ect.kife_ Csandler for tI1.WHo1ftc.C.'sIte'Wffi. ; %4
tke h '
ing,tae] rallying cry of .-pijtY.' "lcI WM :,of Independent.thei r: wortk.America,but ,. which crifibdBd | .! : ,Kaae coanty, ,Ubb 4'Elder:.witk ft _uiig W Weslera SNwmely. : "
the IlliBei .stale*tW (our, horses his drath immediately. Mi .:Mj..ti i'Mic1 ...
when oaseeeed&fjOer, 4gM with;their 'own feloed, Ha wee vers ,, twenty ... \ lp.,
'I r.il I "..1ft. iloe. ,1"88' .1ItH them 'with nothing bat the public, _\1._ ...}.. A" .' .-- p. # ; l The eo.p ai la i !
) With HI
." pofquotltasw4fer -il '> .He '0ftha l( n rte: fiW .it,"*." prowder days .m4: ;sear' tlAt !wj ber of borsethierefl re3 wAjorities ,
gold d
: have dtieraHaed.BAt to zaire MuJei- T.. Iidieai
maIMe.em Ud any fitHi 0Iiie. es.ee, ;
-rv-8: : Ieqe&e p n'thAe.: -ta.'I: MnbOt taIGg.. ki ;,)ceqers s-. .. i "_have,:, bees, trsp_ f/ tried, eon" : iagm which'_ Pl BeiS wed.' ..... Lei this jfct f-- eieIitotPI '
i" eWat\'''irit tf 1 : ctec1".,. j'Mat.t. .L 'Sttia.. ., .. Prf. ; .i- s- ...: :.;. : :TW ..
ran _. .> .....,'" -,: theg, -, I : ;iic. ..C TI e 1THio4eMitiu f ... "..__ .. I i > ft !. 0tetti6iS4. _._ .I.d. IifeJe.ri -
ql This wkJewle. horse.w.11 whh.a Cassias M. Cky has volttfcere4 H awl ; West,
.' ( ;ns.aibItb4. thesierSt&tJap \ ,I.; grewieg .
; 11.t'iU: 1" '{ ,tfap Mexican'war- \ :** fiWtNitIt.o2'Theiy t! p. r...Wi
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&id wtole entire in the Tfaiefl, from Hsover, Gel, a81; : .Tfe..'Mobile KegUte&r:tLi h"ab.' !The'&i LewsXepMtem" ',,) '

toa u d'er rile( .ceBI8l reach C 100 May 23d,)*tiawtw thle.Bumber o7 emigrants 'says....The U. S. brig Lawrence arrived. have 1i>>eetJ' ianw..... die War Def rttoentfpr -"' '. _" :.., :

the prc$ at rtKH for free tothe y !tStates fromEa- at Pensacola 'on :the 25th 7 day* from: 'het'lidhj'. Ot btiat n, :
unanimous ,
j is almort : BraioftSt. Jago, haying-been employed moan tag a&4. el 1 t'hisnewte' -. -

Voice of the farmers, the Y : rope, during the present year, at notte&jkim ,&ecktiiftg the Rio Grande, ,and. .Bnios .-giMe;,sad avthetml eqaipaeat by a receat act -' I i':

great agricultural valley J : 000,000; Many :families in aad e -eperatil g with the Army 'of Congress,'Utedtvhkh h..to comPO a : .l

Isippi, calls loudly for rce, affluent circumstances, the writer says, 193 days., Tie De i crat'reports that 'part of th .regiilatgi1: ;fibe. YILF" ,

be same side will be the four are.quitting Holland for par 8b tet.- the day the t tint ce.1 I left her station othe'BraXosSt.Jagoshe States.Weletnrthty. : '. ;
new States from : was boarded,by ia the aWenctf of Cot

Wng and non-sUvehoIding, Twenty thousand persons, chie4Frenchand the pilot; who.stated ,that an express Smith, who is:on 'duty Jar the army un* .'

north of Iowa and west : ,Swiss, also willenibark at had reached Gen Taylor's'camp,nt MaUmoro der Gea. Taylor, sad ,of Lieut, Got/ "',t, I I

in and Iowa-all, all will Havre.. Forty .th usaBd' German) ,at ;-MffiB force. The authenticity Fjembet, eoMged 1m the'expedition tit

jand 1 all for free trade. the lowest ,computation, will sail from of'.this_ j information depends upod the, Rocky'Mouitains; and Califeraio, !

p n now secured and, and : : Bremen ; three.',or 'four thousand from .the rjilot, as the'Lawrence did not communicate orders have been issued Major Bard-

CeraI' settlement emigt afterwards in eoBseaaence of ridge'to proceed at once ia the recrai! .

;egOfl to form at least four new Hamburg; ns_ many' ,more from, 'Ro teD. bad weather It Was the wish of the ting nnd orgahbatioa of the regiment.Maj. .- .' .

regon upon the Pacific,and dam;' and, four, or ,five 'thousand from: Lawrence to reroaia. a day or two for B. is instructed, 'to establish lit ,:'

be commerce of Asia and South Antwerp. 'These. ,,with thirtyjhousand, 'certain information,on the subject, but head, quarters at Newport XrHe '' -. ;'

1Oregon pre-eminently from Ireland, the writer believes, will the, shortness.of her: supplies' forbid it. will then assign recruitingstatloni f

mi commercial-she, too, will :: FROM,: TEXAS: throughout the country 'to the other of- .
with them .
carry a. capital ,exceeding
of free .
Jfr the glorious banner : The steamship New York Capt.,Phillips ticers.- The; recruits will, from time'to -

The folio wing States, tea in : $20,000,000. arrived, at, New ,Orleanson the time, bd lent la 'detachments Jefier-

gre unanimous in favor of the 27th .ulLf from Galvel B. The editors. son Barracks near this place, here .
Hampshire, South Carolinia ,: ,A despatch received at 'the Department .. the .f 1 irfto'
(e\f of the Delta.,have papers to the morning raiment boorgaaized fur .
ma, Mississippi, Florida, 'of State, from 'the.'legation the_ of,her: leading, last Friday. The nished with horses arid the necessary /r, f 1 1

i..MifiOon,Michigan,and I ; United States at Constantinople, dated New'York: as she left, towed to,sea the equipments. The ealistmefttr organization ;

1sent 00 the final vote ) A : May 7th '1846 take this Texan sloop ,of war Austin. She was 'and equipment, will be pushed
: occasion
the votes ofthe'olJomng bound for Pensacola, where'she is to be forward: ,with i all 1 possible despatch, sd I I
tbe bill the above ten States, to remark that, in all probability have the .
; as to
repaired, and then placed in c9mm si n I Regiment ready for service -
ition Main (the star of the the harvest of grain: throughout Eu., to the U. S. Navy ,under ,comfr Hoi at the earliest. practicable'period. .

:ntnimdus"e one.) Virginia,. rope, and the northern: part of Asia 'Minor lins. : .'. I

I Cirolina, Georgia unseduced, Louisiana, ( will,in consequence of the favorable A depot of provisions, to supply the I [rut THX szwi.] .
Lcs, save one, by TO-- ,.
volunteers their march through Texas .
Indiana Ohio season, abundant., Wheat. and '
Jndmolasses.) ,
has,been ordered established d. When admirlog throng vurroumi, thee. .
in all eighteen States for barley.are diminished in price and the J ', ,
ee-1 ,
at Robinson's Ferry, upon the Trinity thy heart t>.lia:py there' v c .j
Sew York equally divided, Six demand for England has much ,subsided River. When their willing hani liave erown'd;iLirr-T. :'. J JA. .'

,rere unanimous against the bill, :' "the faireari f th fair '.,
/ The:gallant corps of Missis* ns, : ; i .
Bjjorfrj: in three more against it -a -V commanded by Capt. Shivors,A called> When the MujJcYwuking number !' ,:>..j;- .

line St .tes.ondenreiiTtlieCuas.. All.the', seven Ministers, now abroad, the CIaibome Riflemen" have enteredas Strike thy inmost uul with glee '"v-j> ',. ,

CQm ., Eeuitig representing this government, are froth Texan volunteers, to compose one of I Chisleg from! thine .!..Uch, t lumber*' >.; :> ,t'
WASHINGTON, June 29, the four companies which Capt. See- WIth..irtbUJin:m..JI16I ;' b ; .

In the Senate td y after the' 'Southern'States In England, Mr feldt.and Lt. Connor have',been author Tu *. "t turn, from all Wore'the*. ?,: ., ,':*> .'.,

of memorials, Mr. Bagby McLane of Maryland; in. France, Mr. ized to raise additional at Galveston. !I Awl dIf lkoiightt in memory IesL,-. .i:.. .
resolution authorizing : King of Alabama] in Prussia, Mr. Don The Rusk Blues{ a fine company of Tbu'iturr'.chi4nj.o'rrih,1 I" : .'".. .

Icticn$ of a Select elson Tennessee' ; in Spain, Mr. Saun. Texans, commanded by their enterprising I Thlakotbia1 aa abwnt friend.

( Q plan for the reporting Captain John McClarty, cft Galveston i ,.. .
dora of North Carolina; in Turkey, When th?heart. la.hl.i... I c. ( d
and other in theschooner'Alert Monday .
debates proceedings on
Mr.I Am in aorrow *t art, IL. ,. -* "-
Carr of Maryland in Mexico Mr. Ir.
Senate, at Government expense. i ; evening, for .the seat of War. 1 ABO Decettefs "*#'!'.*L ... ,J
perience has shewn this to be I Slidell of Louisiana; in Brazil,' Mr. There is no news of importance from eeno tu win tbeet-" :; _
Aa'tfjefsreiicfIj, IWbn
Wise of 'the by the last accounts | i .
impracticable. Virginia.A Army says
the Miuic'. note* no lunge "_,.... ..
the Civilian. It' be ..
Air. Serier, ftom the Indian C appears to general. *
let, reported without nm novel ( ly understood ,that thfe line :of march, Ureak their caJencv in thine ear,.. '.'.4.:
proposition or fortifying our And, depression'tf .
I House bill for the relief of the : probably in Direction' of Monterey, are .tron: r .
I Lridge tribe of )Indians. vessels in case of an attack is made by II will be taken.up on the 10th July. ,On thy..uul, than ptauurr* were, ; :5 ".;

I On motion of Mr. Houston, a : them upon the Castle of St. Juan d'Ul- 'The requisition of troops from Texas Turn, oh J torn, from all that nil* thre, .:. 4 .t .. I
And .
tion was adopted instructing the I loa, is made'by a correspondent of.the was not full J) by four companies the thy .plririeeJy, *t dTtf .'. "7", 'J
*1ecn. that
neer.r.iJ..hft., ,. .
tarT Committee to make Boston Post writing from board the r last account-m consequence of which, \.f: <
on Tu fat "
thy off. absent frirnJ. .i joJ.
the fortification, ect.,, of the election) for general officers hao takenplace. "
steam-frigate Mississippi. The amount I .
Texas. : .
Mr. Jarnagin gave notice of a of it is, to attach bales of cotton to their i The Austin New Era says that, orders J.uw.ftlIrJM1,6/1_ _, 1816._ _ <'*..* .>:>\* *- ..4tro .

establish an executive bureau, sides,by means of short stout.I hooks.He .- have been.reeeietl.by Maj, Faun- THK HIW] "v."J. .

the exclusive control of the expresses great confidence in the expedient telroy, requiring him.to proceed immediately "THATHASTYVLATEOFSOUP. ; ." -.' .

the United States. and to San Antonio with the company -. Gea'raI.ps.ibatp .. "f: "
willingness to $5000 t
I A resolution offered by Mr. dragoons under hi* command.we Tastenocs.ingkvdrop, ..
the 'I- ; :
ailing for a statement of the .upon experiment. '\ learn from the same pe'per'that Unleo juci havea.b..r*, :.. t

vessels employed in the coasting fi'.u l C Captain S. High nith has raised and Frura your bright (.me.o b.p.. .--",. '.' i I
ins taken up and agreed to. EDITORS FOR THE".WAR.-Among organized*.a company of j lont eramoun'ted. hlsIhe"aape."own'Laiid! ,;'

Several other resolutions of : those who have enrolled themselvesamong .riflemen-for six months service Tbstplicedittnthet.por.. : :.i't_;1.''&4 .'>
heretofore offered also to act between Austin 1. M r:'rr-I'
were the members of the "Dauphin as rangers There Gen'ral, let atand,
and adopted. : and the San Marcus. Thy .ltall barm i1110r. '. ,....
tpoon ; "4.f.orf... : : :f!!!
A motion by Mr. Mangura\ to I i Guards,. as of'the'Wan'f. The.German, emigrants have now' .- ,t.\.'..o.,.. ........ .,

.Washington Monument : l notice the names of five editors or proprietors nearly all left India.Point, and gone to .A When but an idle lad, .....":.:a.. ,'.'

legalised-Yeas 22, Nays 24. I I of papers in Harrisburg. C.. the Colony. Their health continues iftZPlOlJpIUwJtosip,. ... 5 'H':;""".: ,.,..sif'
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The bill and contented But-Ju.n in haste tis bad,.
providing for the :, McCurdy :Esq., ortLeUInt ]ligencer"u. good they generally .i -
and reduction of the price of the I and, pleased with the encouraging pros- Fur it may turn th* lir-- ,',444e.f "j' rf
lands i J; Jones, Esq., of the "Reformer"Theo. them. Tliat hasty plate ,' ,
was then taken up. pects before uttp ",;,, '
I Mr. Breeze explained the Fenn.Esqi, of the "Telegraph"- We learn, frOm'a gentleman who recently -, ,Whose fame'and grriLrrnow', ija>. -

J' the bill at some length.Mr. : J. J. C.Cantme,Esq.. ,.of the:"Argus"- arrived, (rom Austin, (say, the Has spreadthrno,hout l.lU. 1ro-:t' : .

Johnson argued that the and 1. R. Diller, Esq., 'oftne" "R por. Houston Telegraph the 10th nit.,) And ""'lId"i, thutsiIsiuit, down. / .,
I IH.t'tf
plan graduation was that a large party of Camanches belonging heohi'ntl .
ter. not th'A (It'f i
proper. He contended that I I to Santa Anna's lately made, Tbeycann..tLMnouie- ; ..'' ,. .
Wrong to provide in the second into the Meiican settlements f : | #
a foray ,
Charge on with all! ,mind 4': ij %f {J.o:'
4ie bill to surrender to the is .tn.ted'in the Paris paperlitba'ttliere above Laredocaptured a large amount If woufo Scott frri.V1nrag'cr'wiib *- ':":*".... ,. .
: yoa
-wds remaining unsold, after a is now to be seen in ijeweller'sShop I of specie and about.five hundred horses,. \ ? good painc .
Jr'od, and which had been : and killed several Mexicans. The Mexicans rj : i. !'
never I on the Boulevards, the.diadem of' Shears effour fue firora anb,. '
Mat a lower rate than a dollar precious* stones to l";e"worn by the Princess -:, it appears, were quite .unprepar Anti uteauret add to QainttWhich .4.--.p"f"J ***' .
Barter an acre. ed to resist them, as most of the troops '
Mr. Breeze said the Committee Olga; Russia, on her weddingday. had been' withdrawn to attack the'Americaff ',hour! incrrate 4'ourIf JIoIk......s :' :...

-I\rIre of the objection, and had : 'The diadem.is, worjh 18.000,000f, ..arrn'Y..MatamM'OI: ; Marty in'the rear .. !', .

ded an amendment to meet it.31r. or three millions, three hundred'ond.. ,These In ian ft terthlt they captured Should try to hurt wish" I- Pill!.'. 2 .'.::.",. ,
Calhoun stated several eighty-four thousand' 'd9Ua .. 'The several boxes filled with mODeYIand' His scbemtf*,thu* ,"fOP""J.clear ,' '* -". >" .

-ejections to the bill, in its ; large central, diamond, estimated at, from their description of the.boxes, it is Mu t-urely ..end jn:smoke.**.- .L. ;fr ..
form '*' :
although he ,was ] oooooor. This diadem i is to, be : -'w %
"poscd towards the object .' ; presented .1 I It.is'not' improbable,that they.intercepted Thc corners afLsic-r., .\:*?&.!-,'
obtained it. He to the bride by her imperial father. that He ) ..;. '
by thought I some party of traders, was on way *"e'.Vazcy" Jrtr. ;: .

t!graduation had not beea ) -, their way'to.Texas or Corpus Chirsti. If net too late he tile,. -,' .Hjjk/< :4:
'ized. "
He would '
] propose ,Tbeel eerii>5 bre .|h of JlnyBlotrtpqrc 't .
Lc4s in the market unsold' ,.dwful Fire 'a*. 'St. .JohufT. .F.- Gen. Gaine*.-A. :.Washington. letter o'er rl1't', um. '* : :
IUra, should be offered atone 'Fifteen: Lives.'Lost-- -the whole',town laid states that the President has 'Bordered ---* i1J4t. r:'.
Whoe 2'vipgt in j-ioud .
!P* acre then if after in .JJfusBy' the Northern mail'or- array ,
; another
Gen.Gaines be tried by Court Martial, Dear,fruit of, Liberty:' ., .',"
**, they remained unsold tlt this morning '( (he N,Y. Sun ,27th f.f' .
$Jet toys OB charge, 'growing but ,of his recent Then'wt di.li 1 from.i ijbv'v .Uc.
4 further tny :
ttd reduction of twenty-five .ult.} we have rceied.tbe* llowing intelligence movement mine South, in calling intoservice no.it Lonpto.di... ...., '. ,,,
80 on, till the rate, : ._ "', "
was '
volunteers prosecute war ,': ,:..
40. i Sr.bucz out Emass' ribt6.< 1<
to twenty-five cents : We.leant'from:Capt Scarrbw, of the is under .
per againtt Mexico, and that he now -
But'let it ""aLbw. 'X
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(hen .
if.the lands still.remained : brig Blucher, arrived at Quebec, .June arrest, i-tin1'the pmBixatieo andconvening "..' } .;..>..
1tt them be ceded to the State;/ 24th, from Harbor' Grace, N.., F., that .I .o(the Court.,'_. Jac1sadl,1MJgIji845.: ., ;''-.:.' ,f.'t\. .'; ,

&e limits they are situaied. jcrt !before he left thai place, a mail ar ....&'':'__..'_..._... 'r ......'"" ..1 t'io1. .-:'. .
; # q J ".' t1\jtI. ..'" .:" : ,':'L,
remarks he said he in "rived ,from, St. Jefeef tbe '
rr was bringing '
,. BRAVESUBALTERNS. VeramerStiMatthefromSuairnb.
THfi July ,
whole A :
Jtt and dreadful account that the of the '
tbt proper graduation 6th.--Capfc. E. K. Smith, U.S. A., Rfessra. Wei.Campbells. .
on the of St. Johns Newfoundkad ,
: except
ground of city .
'" hid. The New 'OrlaD 1ta:, of the 28th D. Fernandez, P. Mer fclder,..awL .. '
uraed on taking the two stores:, been Duraed, down '''" \ '
POfthe'pub1ic knds. ; .'oa"the.9th. 'ia't. .m&i.that fifty soldiers olL iays-lt is propoSed.raise. subscription i Mw4'YJEng1 ....".. :<'
in sums of tea cents each,' 'or; .?steamer: Win. Gatton, from Savannah Tr ,,,, : ':
8i ereas kilted bio wing a hease to ,
.edN am &drae ts were by up ,'
) 9ih.-3eurLP. C. Pendleton J::,. '
that vDteBtarirjr ** G.orp. ;
everal Senators, .after' arrest tbe fire->8 vpfsels were. also. any.saw over p '- & '..
!flOt of Mr 'Calbou8r the JN hunii'i the harbor.- -, fer the purpose of- proea.war: :aaitaWeeocb ,, 'NOTICE.Lli .- ;: 4 ,..

"OtpG1ed till \Vedsdiya xi; *: 'Tbe loss'mast.be,severely: fek'tyritsof p'f:' : of.Aerfwowmff! ; brave-ROB-.' [ b!old on Mondaytba 7ifc day./September ::: .
Mr. Dix ; "i 'the" busiaee.' : oommiuiseed. icerst.w eee: vie, ; next,between, th. reg.Jar 1ivie ',
-Betfee tfett .iBhbe;:jt being_ '
gave &tioflis\ made b'tiireports d of'Ji...... Heri.. : ,
r8r ryineh'honorable'ne oS.e! aaoincb of ihe. ** i.
: ask 'the aie' tfee town and begta. se.., : ....,. '
Se to'ts&e1rehoasing \ i ; :.tta..:...... i. ; .;er. ii'.l a: i li. *-r d C..Dd..1t M J1... ; ..pI MiWs1'' :"At ;)
: MIL .the, whea Ile..darau. ; 'AdwrtiiW. nd bala.-'ofin :
yer ,
; .j -' r.l.fiJ fEe3ai t 'llnel urpa:fur .. ? : : "
'--- ;.>1 tNvJB..te I r*" 11..aid Lamk.:1 Nu-W", 3t
received( iriRcipawr 1- for
p:residest,gesere'8o dt .G...ra1 Z : ; : J. 'Ja1 tr._&. .o.: I 'Palm. '.Corporal O'SallnS&ge1t'Mej.r' miIitl'...( it D or...' L3., ..... k ri' '. r..h.
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hI2ur.E1: in1ile, a sckat, pOrti pCI1S tlPlf1II?& th iE 4sMo aiophs,,.
t lisbment for* tPrm'o(y'faVs, ami will be prepared ffeijrjDuMi'.4ecaked, to Mtitfj,the i_. iu9 b c it ci e TVV gvitsi) Mi a jor pewreponwiVPCFlorKla aRrMVttthIVtIa. Tb. rrpslar P'4t

** *- to acrommodate kll>h<* m y favor Jnm.with their late dae to tW State of Florida on" acc ; Kyn ialitil ? pMMMft f sl.fi04T 'MATT11 WSI'.

:- ptmnfe. As rrgsjds thu 'zim1'qisIk1.sofp erwt; locluaingr all costs',a nd fr !J'' public.Vnuline that none, mbo ajfavor bm, will heMkt1 ter h4ib _

Inp1acPInAtn.rica. ThsSppngmriU boojien.. S.ld interest ,tr*s,:relorfl'ed to. sn*' b V Kealihine.o* f j ,nvUfi.ii. pittttbi' Mid1Pu3ckimproTcd.
.l 5* '- W< V **''V 1' 1iV 94V4N4RGL VV 4rsccms
,cI by the firsfdaj of May. Charges willlie mddrate. Fairbjutkii: asrteing a partOf tetity- from |b. hr b sen breeje, and:fls eatkeM of ae- run. iLecaaut be

and every attention will be paid to tbe comfort :acre' vEit confirmed5 by nhe SopreirtO'; DAtxu> .-- in t v lh> following_* ;t.--articles. .,- ,'which- wjll I* anyTHtinr. avfjalirtya! teeurrd it thC serpa.s '
:; i f all'wh') may;favor bim wnh tbeircornpahy. ) tbtuty.tr t sold on as reasonable terms, as any Other ritabliihmtnt'hs cf/is/rom reputation of b'ingVJJ t rnost, 1llLlvfltr11 pltr? te4 Th1VI11 iTbaslay ,- '

FRANCIS SA. HUSQN Proprietor THOS. aLLlS, Sheriff and,Tax A tliiSouth eV Btry. LVA V dnHiu before s
t Hi Ea V WorH. for tnii reoff of Invalid J. :
tr line
ilj of sieamertetery
: _June Sib, 1846. 8t -, -. ewnansvilJeFeb.27,184S! ,. >V' COA1!i gLETE assortment of Agrjculinrft]Im the winter ftesuon. To ccb perVofts; b* oWri silf MSp Miw HM MkaM SMMaMMBaMBBMBBKMiH MBs HaiMMa iMsavaHaMaii jL of
28 different sire
plements, consisting sou:
: Ad mlBl8U>aterts Notice : ?, patterns of Ploughs. Hoe*, (varioiis Mods) Axel .* prvescrept4 Alsopassenjera: Uiinf |o ta
oHer P4 '
virnie of Decree of ike abe! and ai medical ad t ice, pfvth bijhf t.< ,, 1 V line
: a tjnorabeJQJge and : or barque which leaves
BY V V4 jj Trace Ox Chains,Shovd and Spades* hay '
. ) for Ibe coority of Duval. grantln1eiive # V J4CKSONVtLL.y and Manure Fork*; Patent and American Scythes,, canke commandeH' in >b V townr.thej" rosy"' reljriponthe Thursday idSat ,da y la, New
for that shallon the '1 t& 1i t.ji> tn_ \ rnrnt'careful a1tpntiAa.V arrival .C the
; pnrpese. I Jlondsy, y : Ilesp Hooks,Grain Cradles;Corn Sheller'sVCm V St.,Matthews Ctoa 1l U.
i -. 6'h dny of July; ,at 12 o'clock, in front of thai Court 1 'pp t and Cob Crushers. Port ah!A.French. ,Barr .Grisl } At irftora from th* N.6f ih har s ftafljd&lztjed Pi enj er v wiih their bas*a e.>iu

: ?r -. Hur at Jacksonville,offer for sale to the highest 1 Milt; Hand Corn Mills,Straw Cutter,Ox Ypkef, hair romipjrande>.thI ln>pre ii' n, that the board of either In>.,Wrrqaizrd.'The .
birl.l. t,11 all that parcel of bind :.N : house wa filled, the subscriber lakes this opportunity above bontwill
: ; 'r./or lf, tract or Talent Chnrfi*, Foot Couon Gins,Saw GinsPat leave a*(otto*,.
*J Ivlonjin* to the E ; %?, V't The Ttrelfih Regiment of ent Fan Mills anil ails.r V with erery Tuesday,A. JT Ji?
-n e.I. ituaeonIcKnj'a Creek abovo the town FoiriiwrtmenPor ho can always proviJe them temporarily Picolatsi H '
Miliua.comprising the Miliiia of 'the Whila It aH, Colored Tainti V IL
. V ; f 4ackonvill..nlc.oniRiathreel hundred ul V Dnval and Nassau, having been duly' and PainierV>rtielesy.SperrnI\Vhale.Li meed am!! accommodations V in the town. WOOD. Black Creek. -" p. 5| 'j

: fifty arres more or ls1.Zhd i.l4ehIao! is made to cording Ln why the Election Castor Oil.Spiriig! Turpentine,Varnuhf,Window V OLIVER V Jacksonville nigh,, '

V enable me'to piy certnTn deman agains;she.F.I -. ficers. as by Law required, wjil beidivided Gfa s; Window SasV V Jacksonville, Deo. 3D, 1845.,. ly For freijM CiVpU.pp1Vt.&M.iJon

:. tate, in satisfy which 'there ore no personal asset* Battalions,* The First, .Battalion to Gun Powder. Shot. Bar Lead,.Percussion Cap, : FORWARDALDRICH; V board,octo > '

I jn thy bsnd <, Militia; of the County of Nassau, wilt be n Foolscap, Letter; Wrapping and PRINTING V : WOOD &CLGU .
; : V FARQUHAR BETHUNE. AdmW ed by Lieatecaat Colonel TKICT: and the PAPER, PRINTING Writing INK., ATTORNEYS AND COCN8EL OSS AT LAW V A'nii.S4,1111111V V

V. .,. Estate, Isaac Hendricks, deceased. Battalion to comprise the,Mijitiaof the V*Carpenters and Cooper* EdgeTonts if ARDKN 1OVilI practice In the nevernl Court of Law' FEUYA1eDI2 &V
$' V 7VV' Jnne 5tb, 1846. 4t Duval,will be.commanded by Major SEEDS warranted as good a* anto bo found.Orders' and Equity in the Eastern Circuit of Florida.Wx. : V V
V will be received and V attended .-A. FoRTTAkD. Sr Aiin tine. V V.- JOHN II. GUNBV
: t respected and obeyed according to thankfully promptly V 4V ;
LamiRislratGr's '" V V Loots ALCRICH, Newnansville. .
V fice and command.V to
; SIX MONTHS after (1a&eVLhsl! make appli IL V Lieutenant: ,ojonei ,Savannah* Ga.. June 19ih, I84f- -- V 03Tba; steamer SARAH SrALDL
i : ; to tbe Honorable Judge of I'rohate of VV V LIVINGSTON DOWNING, connection with this
q. \\n Ituaioilerpf
Mi will ao
V jf>rNortqn as early! a p/aciicable, V
V Ala >bu for Letters Dumi oh the Administrator's Notice.QN .
co'intj nry CODKSELLOH3 JIT LAW.C3" MA on Lake Monroe bund V
V vide their respective .Battalions into t ATTORNEYS AND one ml ej)
IrUtate: of Kphram Tj ner, late of said iece .' jhe'fir*!: day of January, 1847 1 will < V
c county. pre of Law fin miles hne Pjilatka the
: I !ea'inien'rq number of men'ineacii 'as Will practice in the several C 'urfs r op St.Joh'iJesly
qu'tl ; a d all I pirftnshaciR demands againrt the Hon. Court of Probates for the
t be, ami an.1 Equity in theEaftern Circuit of Florida.R. 1345
may nppolnt twp responsible men
said .Estate, are.hereby required .to present them County Alarbua, tor final settlement and allow.ance V
Elections in each Beat G. LvzNoSpezrNawnanhiUe.V
Company set ;;
sn Halted States MaiL
Ij attested for stt lament. acconrits nnI 'vouchers, as Adminis V
. propci the offices, qf Co plain. First anil Second my C. \V. DOWXIKQ. do.* Tb* steam Pa Lii.
; JOEL T1ESON. AdmV.May trator of iLeEtateg ofjja me* Mart in, nail-Samu4 -
15ti. 1846. 6m ants of said Companies, giingatkasttea J.Smart;deceased, Info; of said County and. will JAMES W. BRYANT SPAtDROCat.R&
notice for 'noldiri* said Elections and .
givui wm, having been
; tLoiggV
at the same ti-rie apply to SaidCourt! fur a final ,
V Sher1fPSnle.Y at lea
virtue ofttin writs"nf Fieii! Fncias issued, appointments\ V ? >. V' JpSEi'H. KNlGUrAdministrwr.ewnanihle,3un2I84G t V Jacksonville, Fla. VC !larked for. the accommodation of part
B nut ftbe Cirroit Coon of the Eastern Circuit III. As soon as practicable, 'V Cm' inmet>ce
nf the State of Florida, fir the County of Du.. election for Officers of the several AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, V on Lake Monroe,sip t13estV.Li

# I val; I will! expose tEl public! Sale, in fntuf the tb RegfmenU the Officers elect NOTICE. ATTORNEY AND, COUNSELLOR AT ,1Awi 1Smik.aleute'l'alaska.

t: : Citurt HOU**", in ihe City of Jacksonville, in thief Tlll.lbffilflj! reported at the Heisi ALL person interested, 'ark hereby notified, Jacksonville Fla* The 4bove Boat, kavinPaasli* 7

: County,on the first Monday nf Aogut,A. D 1846* the Regiment by'Commanders ol D Six.Months jitter date, I 'shall apply tothn Miirnini after ilie arrival .f tbc> U.

t4 V bciweatheleil hours of Sale, ort I hat day. /JOtht < V : V JOHN M. PONS, Honorable ttm Court of Probate for A Inch tin 4LIbtInT tot IWkel.St. M Jtlbew Captain Meky1

nt i rcertain two lots of land situated lyiny ami H 12, Colonel !! county, fur n final$ dicharee crummyaslmrvutra. YFatcIimalicr and Jeweller, vannab,c'anjing lie U. S. Mail to lbplacef.

Z.'ii.g inthft.T,iwn of Hnzzanl, in,this Sta4 and : VnVVtheV Esiato of William Stindjry,deceased ; IU.V5MA1S.STRE&T. a
'*) C',3Sn'y. 'Rforeiid 'lately occupied byVilliam V Admin1strato'sNotIcc. and al3u.ntthcu! same time nn l place for,my ad LV VnSii.ngero f;.r Enterprise will Vtk, t

p 4 Hf !i ion nn<11situited on the *tnlleaflmlo Or- THE CretisurdsiiItrit.utres$ and niberf rr.ini trntfwr on 1 the Karate of Martha Si and ley,. .Respectfully informs the citizens Mat i In*w every Satuiday Etcui.*, at 4.' -
in the Estate of Snmurl Rus ellt deceased, thia. 24th April 1348.- of JsciiMinville! nml!Ms ,ieiniivthatV Savannah.V
nTv'liIkbSakl two lots of, laml,>irnehsurio and V VV V
C I i cor.tnining one half acre, .morfr or,leff. with impntvemcnts Na it'CflUnTy.FlerLcla,deceased; are COTTON RAWLES, Administrator. he'hns removed II, be hou'iie immediately TN| Steamer Sflrab SpuMIn. urlhl\ns\ V

thereon. Levied on, nnd will be sold, "and 'ndmrthi lied iA be 'and appear1 and April 24tb, 1846.' Cm ; V ., adjoinfrix the one1 reV *nn'ifl'via' Pu-cJatn & MaiHUrin. Wf

. t, ns the property of Henry. M., LimWey to'>sati fy" ;lh Ho .. .JoclffP of Probate, of Nas au NOTICE VV> ceAtly, occupied, ns the printing trip, leaving Jacksonville every Moeilaj! |

V 4 j two Judgments, one \n (avor.c: ;Alexis! M. Anr -' atn Court Probate, to .be. held at the. hereby given to .all persons interested. that office:of the"Florida St tesmanand is now prepared V v "

V drew, nnd iii" nther'in'fHror nf Andrew and Fort. Hixise, in said, county, on the first IS Six Months affer elate, I ball apjily to tb.lJrnoralle toeeCIiP. with VprmptitV,4.ll oideri cunnocted FEwfieiLtnvrdI.0e.erplritb

. t T11fl. LEVfTtIS1Icff D. C. January, 1847, Vend shew cause, ifany ih*y the Cnurrof Probnte for th* county ofAlachua. with the above line. B<>nr.J.. ..< r tIC -riMiiHlii & BUbrr, LigiPidil4'hTIIh'

V p TJv A. W. CRICIITONV D. SI, D. C.- 'hE'should not l h& discharged' from all fur a final settlement and allowance of Mr. Goethe :woolil um say. that he Jias determined -' .
S V administration.of ihe Estate of. sail ,,' ticu'nfisiehis l intteiition. future exclusively N. B. Al1.wNle will h. rrreiTnl in&wr.
-lciionMlleJuy2.l| 1346. my account nnd vouchers.as adniini tratur on the !
: sell,.in puMuance clan application then and Estate William! Dell,eleceae.l, lute.of oaiule.'un. tn worV V a ii CoIrn1ySc'tff'sSaJe.V to bo made bv mo to Hu( Court. V VV s1venls ,($11V5jV friends who have given him .4 Aug! 23 V V
and for from rqiriy
a discharge myVa'1minilratI'n
V Vo if jr.5/4 October. 184C.BY V ty.* ; on
their >nae an l triuts that bi lions hrre '
said Estate. ASA CLARK. patn ( exit V and Savnnnah SiPac&ctt
vested in law I. :
virtue of tin* me by ,
power June1 12th 1846. 6m -
: .
I after will l e such its in merit it.
V JWnansvilUy F'May 8, 1346. Cm
ball for salebef! tho Court House
: expose -- r Fruirn jnn iis-h. lii,1uin.s1. he fry!.
1>,or in tho town of Newnan vile! on V Monday tho : '- pr T|IK irenlar$ieanGASTON.
: 5th of OctolK-r between the boor of Itf'ndS ( HOLMES fc GO.MESSRS. himWf competent to cive *ali furlion. and l.is ,! Ca1'to F. PM.L .ii!
day next, A Lt persons interestetFa,hereby .
r 4 V charge will he rhodert.te' and a'rra<>onHM< as rive at Pirolntj FiJi
o'clock, the fnllowing property, or so.much _V L"X atthn expiration of six months ( evrry
& removed
HOLM ES have th Me .'f ibe North-
: V Ing at 0 A M.ttm-rnrfi reel. and will Ivie,
thereof will pay the State tax due on the samef H date hereof I shall apply'tirth e H *
of in1 the l
..Merchandize r/re N. B. Cloeka anti Watches repairra in the best, P. M. -r,. nsnenK vaS
for th" year 1845, and nil legal costs nnd charge*, C'urtd Probate fbrAlachua, coocty, f.r building ncrupied.by ,ihi?.United St .le>, known UOV manner nnd at ibe shorte notice. Marys r., at.d all .ih.q irnmvd'.t.' lan4i.ip
the advertisement nnd sain thereof '
r ia and about settlement of my accounts and di chargo ( the Government. Bnildin*. They have added to. Jacksonville, Dec. 26, 1845.V. ; V arrive in Snvunr, -
viz: an undivided share nrponion owned r r,claimed administration the of .Jnmes I early 4bfl'
on ftate
I th>ir stock, by the. Into arrivals from New York, 1'aumeneru Clsartsis'a k

f by Frederick Marquand certain tract equal of tn 4554 of act land es,*. se 'deceased: late let said eohniyv jV n.full: ansoriinent.rf, Dry,Gowl#, Grocerieji,.Hard s. \ DOGCETT'S ii, ,be.rolinile.dairy 1'r KneViMr can l4esi fStv'anwi', .
thereof and. to parcel 'V TOWNSEND'AdmV.6.
I wan Pn vi ioni, &c. &c Jhum ,iaruiuwetiu.. Orbit
: V V Itnewn a? the Arreilondo. Alachua grant, containing Newnanaville May lf. l346Em V V
t and nine thouinrhl six hunlrel V : They have.on hand, now landing from brijf Virginia V V V %Vaelel'rn & \ ** ,(V
V hundred -
two eighty V from New York, .50 bnle Hay.SO.bMs.Limo. .
NOTICE. Ne'wYierksef 5hiki! leaves
five ndtive sevenths being a'sa V VV n.ee s'rjV
and f acres
V ;. < rty 20 'th grant mid t<, Fernando Maza-Arredondn & A T C'pefVonsinterested ans hereby ; mernm:
keg Butter. kegs Lnrd, 20 bbl Purk, e ,half TbeGa.tvwdn.4 !, BlnckCrrrl'
1 Son, on th 22 l DecemKer/A. D. lOlZ V,sUuoto inV XjL.nt the expiration of six.months alter bhld. Beef 20 bbf. Bread. 50 hag4 ClW, 50 V her w l Savnjnab.ei return' '
v -
nfFKrMai '
t Vj Alachua countv V ,State shall apply tpVtheHw'urIb1etJo !!: liblii. Liquor, 100 Ploti!$li9, Iron of various ,izeo. PACKETS
ALSO foe. Al'aehua! County. f>r.a"final settlement tfAM&Si V
GIacs. boxes Pipfis Tol>accoy &c. ;& \. All of SEMINARY. Tbe TCO4r14 afl !
rsPrnlulnpvus. uii
f V# An tinJivMed.sbaro.oi portion owned or claim- ntc ant*'and'discharge from my ad which thiy tvil! wll at low price
be .l.i.Orrlcl
V .$1 hy John N. S-iyor. iu ike samp said grant,equal < the estate of' William Sparkman,deceased;' Hire ;of .instruction pursued in thl rr'.lvIv even'hug
THMc CLNT.T.? Lynmai.'cJaueel
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VV :Live ; V Brij AUGUSTA A/Mr Sbrrwa.4
V ,
ALSO, JOHN SPARKMAN. ; : 'duel ton and analogy. Students rbn'ari* unpre
V2 An nnflivided shari'of portion owned or claimeilby intafeePondMaj 1st" 1346. 6m V Nqnc1i,trrrby.! given Jt bat bating been ap pared VtD enter College: may. here. pmiu. tl .*..rquisite *- JUIM 23. -
r th of thee UnitedStit'o Newilmrt VF.RNOX.W. FJIetV.IiVSArANNAfl.
J <- I- -i--l' A J- J' Qovernment '
K. Towrnftond in the nid y
r. : John same grant, stiiflies: % bIk-thudf, wbi are not de iited, '
? tberenf.t V V ,V : NOTICE. Agent for'the-proteelirtn'of'Timber on tho : l.A. Hawlrj.il
: eqiial to 455 acres for a proft'ssion seleef'mjch' brai.cl os a* may
: Ti t AI.SO. V :-OrJ.the 4ih 4111y of. .July next, ens'nrnp, Public r,nndf in F'it Ilsbrula! ,)! rM-rfon* t hE) may best o'iitthsir <>f>jocii 10 life. 13I4 F.X A( L m.strr rosier.jiiH,

V An undivided shiroor portion owned or claimed _ilntc, .will. apply.to tho Hon, Jndgi nf bavp ireiipassed.or shall! reafte.r. commit any irepnsi *- Tho,5.'goatiiena I of-thejrt titutiow 'nr.i formed ll'i KXCKL < B.Smith,

by William Tb rn/a5 urvivinj* triMtco of the New for Co'inty of AU'chna, for ,n fjnn) by cutt np down and carrying*way ah/ Live with lh<*single design -f pn moiri ,i lMiisvLl.ctual, Tlre' mr CI.mHmIIJ by me a*f t tujIu

V Y"rk Florida Association, in the'same said grant, tho AdminWation of IheEtnlo of Onk.orotbcrtiinb-r! from such Land, will be dealt ant tnhraf'hnva ncement'if it. ine'meru. V exw-i..nrssehs, e every exerlicatsr;

eq'iI| to 6822 acres lhere if. liams,(late of said County,)>decc ;' with aVthe'liaw V direct*. .The tti r4rline t* ime.tdod tol>e strictly parental. 1'a..ento as cnif4iftnbe! as potlbey

.4 : .. 'VALSO,*. .' ; ;.fa V > FrAf; V V V JOUN-T.' TAYLOR The Errceptnrde n cultivate,with hi* l1l14l4 l ,' witt-sail p* rinally as
V chimed F.lerpavy 20'hJ846. Aent eases be lowed In*eabv, n 5tvqnIwt.
An ifls1iFIlN1 share or p rtioa owned or V )V r V hnbilVof kind and familiar intercourse, tiled lo influence
a by Charle A. Jarvts. executor of Noah Jarvi, .Nowmihsville/EL"t '. tf 'r'--' .'-F'.TflflhlJlI72.t V ./:- !S- '16...''-. State of Florida : Circuit Court. ,themLralbT by-an, appeal tn'.tbe. betterprinciples.nf V V V A jarI.ieIe.; ; ;!
de Circuit can Ke ,sVlrnrv.a at St.plicatHio ,%oiiitiieNti
;: *crrs thcteof. Coart.FXORIDA. BRINT STKPHKXS i In Chancery. gracefiifpunilihmcnr.An .
.. t.i B..E. CARR & CO., ,,1lgiit"
r V V ALSO, Vt : $ ; VI.IIURRILLSTEFnENS.. y accurate account of lh deliriquence**Tevervchoar .' .
? An undivided shnre or portion owned or claimedby ;'V V %.'MATVTRX,1846.J ) Bill for Divorce; < nnd nNo .of the degree t>f Qtfninment. M July 15. V

j .' V I anc Fr st, in the same, said grant equal to SAD1tiASCLATiU* %/x V lONripiio'i'( the complainnnt in the kept ; n copy .which! account, in connexion isle CV'V Circuit Cenrt.

i : 2431 acres thereof, Vff J T vsV Y >BilEfur'DarnceVPflIL1P !' .' f iibo name4BilJ..4anIkuNflVJiu tke'irnlartrru11llh transmitted to every parentorgiianlian1. V Vj.V E.&TEftYCnCUflOVFLOIJD4.

; t ALSO -CUTTOSU ) rFl V -. ;*.V'( jflI1atsI J(4ng duty fil1*!, n nd li appearing that tlwHeVamed t'hn may.desireit. V ; ,, < ;/, Ci/tsjcfry.
](V An nndivl'leil; s1irrsr portion nwnd or claimed lO rending atul. Cling ili J3ij BiirriU Stephen*;is without'the reach TERM? FOR 4 SftSSIO OF TWKLTK WICICC :V VV V FJ.Jndi; !on Executor"of John Ft"x

+I: .; t.y John! M.'S-nmw, in the same said grant,equal in this jcause, and the. reiurn, : osheprocesisVo1thi.StaI. 1 Higher Branches, f$3 03 V 'Brown. leee** |; for bimsrlf I

to 929 acres.thereof. fij on the Sub/KEna isiied lieroin.Jas well ft if hereby OrdEred, Tja\ tbn said; VV Burrill f Common Branch***, -j J. 00 ai Cre Iilor vi. I Notre ki

k V ALSO, ftffidjivif'iinw'rend nnd V RleH/by'which* ttl Stephens, bo1 required a appear and ansWer tn (he Latin and Greek Cta* ic.",extra. Benjamin ru'nam,Admioutrator -( CrtJiL

V An JivMc'1 share or portion owned or claimed that'saiddefendanti Philip Pi Claytonre: id rnaterp'cflfliplainOIltJt mm-in the !) V Lessons FrVcchi'given at the rerpi'est of'par- of the estate of A rnlernaeftoZlJ

f by M-irdecni M. N"ah.in the same said grant, ypr,4 lthej'!tmdrfti!: : "n of tbi%Court,awi in hi Bill, on shefir4ulay of the cniung Term ofhe mb V ,. .. V 1rtem.ed.;

; : : vnuol to 1365 acres thereof. iefGor ia3 encmotwnof! R. GvLivingston, i Court, (or ttioEau.n, V CIiIitr1 Floida, Any pupilVwhhdrawn from the School before the PURSUANT tis an onlerofine UnI

I --4 AI/50, VI Solicitor for>the complainant, *f" otherwise a (decree jro.cflii/c :o-will, Jbegrantedto'the. ; V endf th.fe#fipnr excepting for reason*which i he | .-of IIIK15eUO:

I t An iimlivideil shire or portion owned or chimed V \\lf{* Or&re&'t That n hearingYake; / said complainant, and that this Order .be Principal approves will be required tn pay fur ihew5eipire Flpridn. injbe ab.iv. cau4vl><*aiin( dICIbV

., I 'V .Ly the heirs*l law of Alexander Ml'Mu'ir, de ihb facts charged trw said Bill. of ; published in'tone ihorpobllc ewp nper* of the'SfHte | pnrtnf lf atvei >ion. .rtn;r day March. 1346 the r'.lit.rA

V T erased, in tho.same said grant.rqua1to464lacrei nrtttjerrn; offbjvCircuit Court, fcktJ
'I.1 : : thereof. V Alachuann;!:Ie 7f IP be holdrn on. hetliird, no appointedfor the b annj of the( cau.e; a pupil for occasional absence. ,In CHSCS of |iriirniried' in the,year 123 1.) are ,riUrJ tin

.I V ALSO ; flay3 bf Dumber'ne i at the- Court"- ,; -.GEOi 8 HAWKINS* Judgf,'& .. 'sickneWn. .requiring the'pupil ro beJ witlidrawi andprf>ve their debts before tl e snbsrt1."

; An undivided ihneorvnrtiannwn'1 claimed V Newnan
e V by Jernmus Johnson tbesamn said grant, equal ";And U t/ r/Ac> Or
to 8500-acres thereof. Order be published some newspaper of an .onler made and entered paid entitled No pupil received under years (4V5UP... 20th day orthermntsh.iwill'Z Jm.e next. er

S Sr THOS C., ELLIS, within this Circuit, f'rib** apace ptthree ratise, on ihetMrtictH day ofAprir. A. D., 18J6.rrv This rule, front the inconvenience experienced by exeloded AM i

VVV V V V Sh.rIVanl Tax Collector.' frorn theilnte hereofr once'in eichire tc' \ln.tesijmpfiy whereof.lher>unto* Wniy-: occasional.exception-heretolnre, will,'V in 'fntun% 49ThkILdecD.e., V V V VV

; ,, 20th'March 1846. ,). sively.) t J '* z* fi *' V j' / "- 'g-i V' hand:and afBxfh seal of saidtof5cer'l bf.stea. )eflfPfCPf1.V V V V V V V V GEOLR. F4IRBA$ ,

p. 4*<{ I! :;V Alncma County Sheriff's Sale ie PP Vranlre;:; ofswiLpeferdlaiii.orV; VV The building is a lar ev eommodioV and -elegantstrucliuT. Si.uAnaItnps.Mayh 13. 1846.

.jVV BEHOLD, on. Monday, the 7th of .ail*Bill,, a* decreeVay" iakVif" therein* Vt la Circnit Court. .; recently .e<'ectrd"" sby- ..FLORIDALpDac' lia H away,
WILL y -4 jfl
be hours of L k : V4 V KT &dV
$ :
next between | V '. lorT.o.oF.V V1VVV From the Gillisonville Jsil.;'
:V oVI.vk at the "C ieuh House/fn Town JtAMON B.i SANCHEZ;?Cfrrki OF : : location is nf well known 5 tl
t. ansi two : >It of .Dttval:1 I : Ckancery.Kinsley VVTIit one alshrity'nn4I. r' District, Si C.j a:iwr&f4lUW.
'_ <*f Newns. J* ile.Coanijr| f AI r.hnnJ. it Sufficient cIt oug ( !V die roj1t1e',4!, j i an4; B Gibbs,anrt !, is ea.y of access. Board may obtained at rf asonable Inches bifb dark !! *'"
the nndivUed interest of John U. Brush, t 'i V V in families the .
V portion$ of : ; rates respectable place.Jacksonville. *Pftch an4hn a .eece burn
i I- 'I >- T.* I3enjsmiA.Putflli,, '
V : Charles W. Brush.: Eugene. Vannes Juha A. fthe rtg1nal order now on record in my V 1- -, V t E.F:. March 27 tb. 1846.; lyIB 1ti,; 1?. 1* abovi 25VyAri old.anJ.aj' '

_ : Jrjinn |t, find. Margaret. .rush.,V fitiialfija Jid'C I V I V1TrIICS1tJ baud and'sealer' : r floTfI 1 MELE RD;

I: 3 ) $nty, in and to a certain tract or parcel nf land, L" i 16lh dayof May. At D..484G. Complainants, v and* :! RelieflwandI : t i V ClrcHit Conrt;- V ?hi!. uf31uriwejsr county, Gsorts TslV1II
V V -
_ known as th* AVredo'nd&Gfnnt, containing two RAMON B. : fur an Injunction. ,- VV V V V : asttrt % ;i lb* paid fur his apprc

: \hun.ire and eighty nin thwsand six hitndreiltaml, ILV'2: l8G3'' i* Circuit- -j-V- I >'-- i, r.-fc qoiig oJDra :. Is, Chancery.V injit, so that J: mayVrftim spaI.'T
nvenhiitrrei. bcing.zraut \ > Hiw'nMLssDr V %
forty .five .and five : V I 1311 for account -
Feriiin iI.eia Maz A'redonifoan.1 son,- 4 Circait Court.roiTssr.'JOHN'S. V V ** -. ?V V
;jmade to 4' I pn>arsnti faclor5Iy'byanicfivit Vt V ) f VV .rUfTAILOR t J 41'hti & fCoRLIus :
onthi'22nl ii'cl Dec is if \i
V VV J- ,t thaVjih DeftfnOant.'Georg Klngsley, lre '1
? tti VVV4c V V ( %ViuiLuFoSii ;
the taxes duo to the State-of FJorU fr> m <* ,
pay sideb.pnd of hls CoftrtP5041r : *
sbjiirisdcjon 4fiRHiiistmer'
f sinrt.ioa account oC tjieir ; Qf:4VV 7"t; VV V tVke V V 2
V Mfsonsabrtve namM <*
4nt re$ts nfomaU and .all;>gal costs and Charges I >ln jencj5iji 1'Tn;{ f br .Dnmtngu. in the %Slk1toif Vet. 1 ,,tIe TT paving bee'n male to appear e-rt l hy affidavit to B O'' wii i -.i Uf nc
V V miIln.JirV E'q; r JLthe: fla1hfactioh'irtheCourAaiii fb'elibove tp the Jlon. Judgeof Pjubaft-f Kf
4 In aHilaboat the advcflsem.Mai&ia1'iherfjoif na
ch '
% 3 '
.*TIJpS. C. ELLT3.jBie CHaius %VVSKxO$$ VricrI Complainants, ; .V tf.Bjteiu1iwfeii5x! ? *vjwrtKW > Nas'salt, for Leiiers pisrofssory o ifc2le
I z V ? 'rr:ifid Tax Cojlfictor.r .TT arlnff bn marl;fe to appear b affida i11vjidptp. 1ha;th snM. OeogsKins1s aria ipte formerly rm Dewees, jenide in of Geo laetJtC JJI'!

; ihd tbes 'n ihe! Stats of AlnUma aH beyon ihe junsdictionpf j easetlr and j ll prroesMvla: J

: ; ,.! : within'six'months,nr the.same'* will,SIVILi be takep"L pro tJtifrQkt this Court,,on mO1nIO1GeZOryVYk, .Esq.r salul, esltjap hcVy,4g, 1NO4riI to ,fj1a14

AtckHawnt CeutZ SkrI1TT Sale. 4V Soltcitorfor the Complainant,., VII iroperly, attested icr H1GGUBOTHM settlement toVV

BE: SOJD.or mla tIrTth4ay u Ordered, Thaitb&1l ,TOHN' V ,

V V i Sts n rnatt fl fL4nminl1h &; srw.sr tcr io.appear,. no afsww. lh Co74 >- V FpbTbf184 V VV
V- I i
c; wgl.fptI ;e4 fljsC- plainant s Bill within four months or the same Lv
1 I
;r J _.. It tivei I IUJ. _
.V porsinnorthe. Uj t ? .*' will iakfnfes canfeueiiattfaifUt inemy : erry.1a.araJj t1we: ewjpan.hJG
_ 4 V
f fi fi V 4lV -- TJob 4 WLnd V wife, sttuateJin h wsflbtkea'H cnis1swdti $&, fgtrjfried, 'Th ; a-cop7*?I' aet !e.PtTi 'tMPrKl
V net orjharcVl of laml hJt 'onl rJ1ha c +: !! I I'oik ) certified Kfihc Clerk or&4 Cs1,
f ejru Osar'v.m&4 .
i > tq1fyha w'r r o m
//contalntag>twb i1ucen J yt6A4 .publrsbM in jftme newspaper pri1iM ii4.bisssh.wc T1 2! r.a

biti4In4r1iiq fle'1hii1kl 15* lnsndre.l an4 fl1J3pftpd1it1 ftq44lntcx d '! MV?$tlf fl.V181 Enitld,cu1ms.hiPNttbiI cupeu. dma, known on the SpanuhpU as
-V forty five,anil five" *e e t1ni acrtps, veio; a,f rant FL.n! !! $ I V jIVeIV 4V V mock1, toRIaM-M AHall's _

mvie to Fefnanjo V de U. M x5A>redrtndo-a idjfon,- V f"tsm 1o HQ ***"' ji'j J-1'* T'y *- i tiP oV
V X' >jv Q the 24.DcernWr.4J J817 to axitisfiand 4 f A'i'1jii U ceruI'tie r 1j1IifTRi fc&?r;IJI
a balance dIt4t14 >of,FJond for and V aDore 10 b. true-copy oran Ordr pI1, 0D
pa f
4 S--SJH f LETEftV'BDUM4S.' CM'oflohereby'cein ;-, es d1t1irM&ed*uo te'IS'e1ayoTF.brnstyiA.D.1B4G ,,1 *A V 4
buVXnrnt 1 arc r- ,- V ,, V V.' V
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j jan* Order ofii&it -- : V -1'bcc *eeL 1rItN .

V- 4 V V tf*S flfrcpy#**h3v' ttRUVu Co1s' 44.b jo T. .

pM T itiwfirMti V '8'tSdedIrnr'Mtthq 4V:$

'V V i b:12Mt'N8
c t'irr ,VtrVior or SILL

:_ V I-, ""' February 20th, 1840. 4m 4 .Uihfl7UEtzjIAt fiis tj #.

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