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

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to eaT transmitttd IC' WIth the advertisement.4veru1ents HOW TO MAKE YOUNG 'WIFE The, living and'dwd. :AeeefsUar-'ie ee ef ;
sail not marked with the number fnd yf Education.r-fb* raulti-, A very baihfal lover who '>
tlillsertiPnl a. requireJ! .wm becontiaued unulforbid OF AN OLD MAID.. tude think, that: to educate a child,is to I joined,the volunteers, called to see hIlsWcetr them" 'Gen. Taylor .was tie; frailest

I 514 ebred for.aFi"e will be charged for all announcelM1Iu.l"eandiJates The following story .might perhaps i crowd into its mind a given amount*of l heart, and in I a state which told Jackson Giniralthaterer lived haria A.4*.. .

dRUars for nfhee.W furnish matter for a little comedy, if knowledge) to teach the mechanism 'of that he had mixed brandy with ,his wa who was the greatest ..bam

I tqGare.for Month.. t : ito 00 I comedies ,were still written iri England.It reading add writing; ( Boroihme.
Sotic-e&II[)fobtors Lcuer and CreditMs.Administration: : 10 5 00 00 is generally case that the more with word4 to prepare a-,boy.for the you sees I hic-am't gone t-tb Point isa.bel << The gpeaker.. not.aiili
. Jtf'f'ieatinn roy inserted beautiful and the richer femaleis routine_ 'of trade. No wonder then so,flatleriag in-his re arksxahoat UcaJI
AU religious notices will be .. .gntui.in"lt1. a )young ,, yet. Scott ;
lIT: eommuntcation.will the more difficult are both her parents that they think almost every body fit to "I see that John,!! 'said: ;,Mary "1 find for which, another of then aHa ?T' ,S

grAil l admuuaUe.. adrerti!*personal' nentR.ICT and'herself in the choice of her husband, teach. The true end of due tion is to that you are mOl' than,half SEAS_OVER." reprimanded' 'him: "MichaeL Miiliwlustgo .
. lie""I nf All the owld .
cJtti""F1 01'the wnr ns be addressed la one is'too tall, the other too short,. 'thisis ture. Its office is to call forth powers to a'strip of read cloth in the shape ota never.to, ,' ill religion leKs as :4k',

rr: All T k rnmmunH"a'.o ILa/AKP. pMtagt paiL not''ealthy, the other i is not lespecr of thought, affection, will,and'outward Von l1ia'.coat sleeve 'Mary.don't you Delta. tpake of 1MJt 0.

GrLL table enough. Meanwhile .one spring actions;:powers,to observe,to'reason ,to s eeIrTrhic-hie have been raised 1" '. : .

:= [COMMUNICATED.] another and after -car judge, to contrive to adopt good "0 John ,said A .....- -
passes year year ; power 1 .. yes, Mary: perceive: young man having 'eaterj. : :.:- ---
JU P'ESPRIT. ries.away, leaf after leaf, of the bloomof courses'and to pursue them.efficiently;..I-} n have .been ELEVATEO.!! _. ..... ] :.i a'fetf"ftWA bJ.:' ._- ,, -- ... .., ;.. "
Messrs. Editors-moral ported youth and opportunity. Miss Harriet power.to govern ourselves and' 'to influence '"Ma.MarySaid he,'"!'a )like-hle lath.-:8I r'SorJlaoaatahJ..d.ee .M' ta: .

little incident is Selwood ',was the richest heiress in others; power 'to gain and_ to. to.g r e you a kiss," and suiting the, ac-. prevent his ever discjosin, the saws, te,
the following
out m meridian her native town, but she had already spread happiness. Reading is but an tionUo the-word, he did. f the fair empress of Lfs heart, retolrsd,

one so admirably suited to our completed twenty-seventh year,and instrument; education is to teach its besU 'Why John," said Mary at least.af. on an expedient whiiloaIcI, brw tiba

,that T have been induced to sendit beheld her friends united to men who_ use. The' intellect was created not to fecnpg to 'be angry, "Jonn, you are business to an issue. He weat te ...

t to you for publication-let those who she had"at onetime or'other discarded. receive passively a few wordsdales, ; and( gelling'to be very rude;you would not clergyman.and requested that .&M ....:

.. intend embarking for "le pays du marriage Harriet began to be set down for an Old facts, but'to be active for,the acquisition think of doing that before you volun- marriage should be, publitbed,, e.r"f

1\0 sail while the wind and \\Iaid. Her parents became ;rather uneasy of .truth. Accordingly, edifcation teered." ding to law. Whea toe publicatieB was.

. set yet ; and she herself lamented in private should inspire a profound love of trutKf *|rha-tha Me-that's a.factMary," brought her .ears, she was filled wkh

JI.. tide arc propitious. It seems that n .a portion which is ,not a natural and to teach the processes of'investigation. said he- "but,fo u see-hic-you see I have astonishment, and went to him te reseat >' ..,

r gentleman who met a Miss Berry, in a one, and which those to whom nature .A sound logic,by which wlne4n I simfe been taught the salute." her anger, he bore the raMv wMi '. .

small town in the interior of New York, and fortune have been niggard of their the science.of art, which instruct us 10: John and ,Mary were seen 'in the fortitude, observing,that if she ,did notthink -.

'} since was much pleasedwith gifts are obliged to submit, but Harriet, the laws of reasoning and_ evidenceJa coVrrse of the evening afterwards sitting proper to have him, be could ge lethe to

: { not long very became as we have said was both handsome' the true method of inquiry, and in P1e' dpwn .to>.a hasty cup of tea. clergyman and forbid thr hais,-
-d I her. As his and!rich. sources of false judgment, is an.essen- After a moments paus4io look) wit ." -.
'The Drummer Lane.Major .
very pointed they were slightly repul- Such was the state of things when .tial. part of .a good education"-CAan-, General Boy Winfiald ofLundifs Scott while- her anger and ,said; "a*,it: has .han

,I. .vf1.......! and- beinff g called away- by- business, her-- ,uncle- -V a -worthy.. merchant in. the- fung. S. On the .frontier, during the late, border done its a pity"' thata lfiil/- B .4 U"'\ .0' .
:; that time he did not prosecute North of England, came on a visit to thrown tPay.
IIIk. just difficulties, at a complimentary dinner ...
further then. In the her:parents. He was a jovial 1, lively Connubial FeliCl .-A,stoutf hedrty II IIi given him by the citizens of Cleveland) : S ,"
the acquaintance accustomed WAst Wife .lun J k WJ1ea .. ,
". straightforward: man, to attack i vAder of small wares, genuine !Jerry related teristic a. .
.III. I1. fall be employed his first leisure mo- difficulties and following'chara; anecdote of sense comes to it is a
all closely boldly. Sneak" aspect, made his way into the that occurred during the battle marry coapan- .

". .cneuts in visiting the town where she "You see,' said her father to him one ; office,and after peeping cautiously ajxjat ofLu dy's Lane in the last warS i ion whom he wants, not an artist. rJlt"is'not

,. resided, with the intention of offering day, 'Harriet continues single. The i as if to be sure some' object of dread "In the midst of the ,battle, his merely' one who can paint aad ;

his hand and heart to her, but arrived girl is handsome: and then she is to was not,present, walked,up. to the magistrate attention was very arrested, observing at play, sing and dance; it is a oe IIg...... f
hive fortune in this scandal and in an'alarmed can comfort and counsel him-eae tribe
I a -even whisper, distance whole
time witness the nuptials of a little' where'a compa.
in to
jUst r can reason and reflect, and feel .adjudge
breathe .
not creature can said- frp
and Mr. Eaton. Not being : : ny of riflemen had just been cut down and discourse and diacriIRiaati ..'..
[ Miss Berry her-- fife, .
against "I want'to
the slightest imputation swear my your'worship. by the, terrible tire of the ,enemy,.three
dangerously-deep in love. he chose to and yet she is getting to be an 'oldmaid.1 ." *, drummer boys quairelling for a single one who can assist him ia hie i '..

\1. the matter off and the next morning l *> .Iagistrate.-Against whom J lighten his sorrows, purify hkje; ,, ..;
all them.l Soonthe
... laugh drum that was left to .
his sad ,
principles eJ
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strengthen .
the uncle but look : .
'True AppIicant-Looking carefully)
'I sent the bride the following: replied ; ,- two stronger ones went to_'fisticuffs,1while his children. A woman of the leaner:
:Cit KI'lTilALANIUM.: you,brother, the grand point in every Against imy wife. / the third quietly folded his arms, "
.. nff..ir'in this world i is to seize the M;What has she been doing 1* description may occasionally figare.m
Jl. I |..3: I.I. 'A lu.ci<*u alMI l mhliNtLing .,,-rry, moment-that you have not done it is a A.-She's always a' ,b'eating-me.-p that 'moment' a cannon, ball. struck the drawing-room, : we" *,. .
ofthe It&t'.eia
:tori Attracted my gHZ" iltat'Iwai ."y, misfortune-but let the girl go along This morning she smacked my face.(Co- boys and killed, them both. With one miration eoamay, ea .." S
and rrd a* a cbrrry.ll tirely fit fora: helpmate ie'n,and t
riff1 iiI and before the end of two I another of ia ,
with' cause
me, put lump sugar my bound the little fellow caught the drum F'I
"train child in th he sbeeldPomposity. ,
,I. .iw it ixfcUil i.njdiuccrd on lie bough, months I will certainly return her to tea,when I thought she wasn't looking.M. from between them, and with a shout ol to up a wy' "

:1t A* ihpsuii inurniii;Zf jihyr blew by it; you a* the wife of a citizen as young .-Well, you know you look hefor' triumph, and'a.loud.'tatoo,' dashed for go" .. : -
'J Arc iu ,wtf' a_wnu .Imik In be now? -
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would it. and'wealthy as herself better or worse. : ward to the,thickest of the fight.-Said A. facetious .'
Saul I,BIMII! ibuuglii 1 try geetkaiarriving .
niece with the uncle. A.-Ycs. but she's all t"worse. I .. ... .,.
01 Away-went the the General, 'I so admired the little soldier tra.e11lag t t tfe.-_ltttetieret1rifil'e:'e j14 .j.. ;
I ma.lc demonstration In climb On thc'way home,, lie thus addressedher think I could manage:her if .I:coald:?c- ; that hodiftTihii l and enquired at his lodging place ia:the evea*.. ..
Hut I srratclto! m.1It"1I much Iu my sorrow what 1 about to her from the gin bottle.' directed him' find meat
:... : Mjnd am. say parate his name, and to' ing was met by the hostler, whea
At l will I,I'm in b..le.t this time
,: Ami)00.11 di ijtihr as well untbo mot row. You are no longer Miss Selwood;>> but M.-Lock it away from her.' the close of.the battle, ,but 1 never thus addressed: Boy. extricate thftt

fIf Mrs Lumlcy, my niece, a young, wealthy .A.-She's got all tbe keys. saw him afterwards quadruped from the vehicle, stah&kte ..

I, TI.- I hurrir l a!<>ng on my track, childless widow; you had the mis- M,-Don't let her have any money. [ .At this moment Mr --- ,one of him, denote him an adequate'..,,11 efnutritions :: Sa
Hut lliatNrry my Inborn mill haunted, fortune 'lose husband, Col.Lum- A.-She keeps all the cash. the merchants of '
14. Ai l.4irn I turned In lo V hack. to your I most, respectable aliment, and when tke'a8J'8fll.
1- Tu tbo tu.U when.it Q"llpiJ I aud a.unt.od.. Icy, after a happy union of a year anda M.-Fart.from her. Cleveland, arose,and with a smile and of morn shall again illuminate the oriental ..

quarter, by a fall from his horse while A.-She won't let.me. bow, informed the:company that he was horizon, I shall award .yon a M.
I MW it that night in im .Irt-am-, '* said the in a Lane."
. A. *Inn-hill; : it l>*.\.....I-...d so merry, hunting. "Then, 'magistrate, the "Drummer boy of Lundy's cuniary compensation for your aaiaVlf
.rIn 1 v.i rd with *1w In.rrniIg'4 first bf am*, 'But uncle- tone perplexity, "I don't know what The,Death of Napoleon,-In Head- hospitality." The boy not aadenlaih.

To jo hack an the Urry.Anil 'Let me manage, if you please, Mrs. to advise. There's'only one course ley's life of 'Napoleon and his Mar ding.a word, ran into the house'ray Hag, I
aJ Your father has invested me to America for that is the land of
.. Lumley. run and "Master here's a Dutchman wants te see
* IV 1 uaceil bark the jnuh so well beaten, with full powers. Here look you is the ; promise for every rogue, fool, and discontented with thousand of fine you." : ,
U..t .U-! when. I came tn the Imvb, wedding ring given you by your late_! person here."-From London sparkling a gems
find the following unequalled
.'r I f Miud luit my Dfrry wa Kalrit.MORAL. husband. Jewels and whatever else writing description-we of the death of the con .Ii .zwyer's 'Sp'ct4fluFreBCJi. .,

need will supply you Life.Good employed'a lawyer te.
you YOUf'aunt .I1Jri What if, people.dospeak querorof half of Europe and the mas countryman era*
- Jjri tli'ulwa warning to all. with, and accustom yourself to cast world duct: a case, but did ROt'ae t in a harry .
\Vliw. and ..f against Let them feel that .ter-spiritofthe : S '
mvthinking a4luvr matchingClimb down, you I to give him his fee. 'Frie d, said
climb! iirrri think ol a fall, your eyes .are able to bear it. What is there "But at length that wonderful l
The keen witted uncle introduced his you of the the attorney,'your businesi ia so conies*
Flinch nut,though you .t a slight cratchin* stopping' to correct was to be quenched in tbe night .
gained by every
and everywhere the ed I cannot see my way hto Iu' Tfea
neice everywhere determined to assert -
word that' is whispered to youf'discredit grave: and nature, as ,
What miIIII-c '
well ,
as a4nuto-ilay. sensation. who was ware' o'bjs '
O. urver|Iut nfTtill tiu .rro.'! young widow created a great ] Lies will die if let alone;but.if you' the:greatness of' her work to the countryman, ..
- Y.... m1t)ciianoe from that trilling delay, The gentlemen thronged about her,and them to this one and nother because last, trumpeted him out, of the world meaning,drew two pitees f geld_eat ef
Tu mjia full liaivrai of_UIf""". she soon had her choice out of twenty repeat enemies had the with one of her fiercest.storms._ :Amid his pocket, and giving theh to the,) H .
. -- suitors. Her uncle advised her to accept your the of the blast and the shock of of the law, said, 'Well the _sir;hero: is ".
. then'the fire roar ,
4i in love to make them, you _keep an excellent pair of specU les for yea.1'tit
TUB WIFE.Slw who
the one was deepest and the for 'a dozen the billow*, as they broke where a wave SI
burning, way
*dun* him ilh lovLikf -, decreed open
h. w wtmian amid
<<' sh..ivy tu the uak, with her, and a.xare slanderers. Keep on 'your course, go had not struck for twenty' years- uft-ten1Uml.-'And icer '' .. ._. '

riti \VhiUt l:3n11's her end I -ill.* crashing$ broke.AiJ ftircr. amiable that this and, should t>e.precisely The match the_most\vasconcludedand' IJtr8jgbt-forward, and trouble not your the darkness and, gloom, and us uproar that of I am, sure V raid an' la&maa wfeeJl '-J

-..4I-one day the rocked that lovely isle-Napoleon'sspint ,
4I cold him the better and wear a less frightful face. ever who bM Hew "
when the wmld looked on future crony was passing se,:
sired few words to his that world where .
hi .t..rrw: to say a character Avas passing to .
.- Ami bh ht bun: Vr Slander never killed Stirling -pray'I' enquired the otherJ 'Why b ;
.; k Slic: ftRVMrtlmliiucarrs _ilh."man.* lutr nephew in private. and it never will. Her coat will the sound of battle never comes. ,. and .see all the oth folkiEj'uegoneandIamleft4thf1 -
cause ,
ill AIM 1 batle him rie aaiu. My dear sir,'. he begun,. 'we have jm\vithout' pull here a tbe tread ot armies is never heard Yet yoa \ .

When care Lath furrowed Vr hi* brow, told you an untruth.' .' jerk not',set there upon,and a twist: below and while even in that solemn hour, his.delirous I

,. And cluntlfd tii.ynun Luur... 'How sol are Mrs. Lumley's'Nothing this,work' is j going on, the false wordsare soul, aaghjerhaps the .battle-like Very Li/Jer .-A Vermo} editor eeVrertises -..
':>-0 Slut wow,amuUt hi* crown of thorn, of tbe kind; my neice is by'the'multitude.. roar of the ,storm without, was qnce that there are Jots ( It "
k' A wreath lure's own flower forgotten.. : strug ,
--- sincerely attached to you. in the midst of the fight,
more efirk promenadifigr the priq il .......
And never" did that wreath decay, 'Then her fortune, I suppose, is not gling by the Pyramids!Danube, or, yt this village, and that a.ny1ssee.w-

ti Or.me bright' flowrrt wither, so great as you told. 1 .', The; Silent' Woman.-Madame Reg- on the plains; of,Italy., It:was the theri- ,will subscribe! for his 'paperp4 payia.idvace .' .. -
; I Fr womaus* tear eVrnuurinhed llictn. '0n'the contrary, it is larger.' I nier,'the wife oral::\v 'officer at Versailles der of caBBOB that: eMOte; ,hie ear'.::and ,
,ayhavethepiiileei.ek S
..I That thry might bloom furerrr.Tur talking in the of 0, 4
then. while
presence cwering
'Well, what is the matter amid',the. wavering figWraad ngattheirpretty faees. I .
-f/J- er thus wiib ..om.a*. hire- 'A joke-an innocent joke-which numerous: party, dropped some remarks nok e/ nd ;tumult' of the, scene, 'his 0S ':...Ii. : #

#..I. True till 1m,'* storm*hay)'beefl; came into my: head one day,-when I was which were out of place, though glazing eyei caught the heads of his Pretty Fafr-"Net e<ee wMd 'I :

And Itbtaves, like tbe Uicm*in*to arwund the hut.tin" tier, in a good humor;: ,,:e' could,not recall it not very .impdrt' it. Her' 1 husband reprimanded mighty 'coiomns as .tornret1 steady, birds, hut our _domestic,poaJye e.r .,,

IfIfIj 4 afterwards. My.niece is not a wi40 ." :her before the *bOlesmpafly :: theybore his. victoriouseagles; -OB, 'and casionaly heard to make ao4 vayifl .. "
THE OTHER SIDE OF TilE PICTURE. ;. What! is Col. Lumley living}' sayieg,"Silence, madam, you'are 'a 'Tefe $4Hes4. of the; ,Array,' ant 'remarks. It.l. *<* ,

II, Size THE WIFE. 'No,'noj my niece is a'spinster.' fool',' She-.lived twenty or thirtyyearl: broke from'his. JyJBgtli! aV: Awe. struck ctthahecommon4eska .

F And cIwg frowned tfrVca whenever wills WOID.D'be spike.WhUstuerlti bate. The lover protested .;that ho was:a afterwards, and never, uitwreiLa,wordeven ,- and 'still -' his few'TeD41IAg .frieadsstood udl :eat Qackl ..QeeekfnrheBever I I .

head with cruihiug fur<<, happier man than, he, ever conceived 'to her children.j A 'pretendedtheft in:tears, about Vir coach;; gazing ; a/doetor'if salky 1", ,. .

I) She nuuty a bruooutick brke. himself-and the old maid was forthwithnictamorphose4intO ". was' committed in her presence, steadfastly on.that awfal, ;.kkgly''brow; f&: : Jeck.: :Bat the most .. ,--' -

) And .tM.tbf. world looked kind on turn, a wife. in hope.'or..ta1deg'her,1)talJrprlse) hat' bttt.jc !&'BO'farther takes, in4'hanh'1in >f all the speeches- ellM. -
*id **hfeff could induce ), N&po, :;1.- .
Aadati with rude disdain. without dct, 4ove& DO mote that oT cha Mpfw'' i. .11.1., ,'.bi"irded .,. ', ;'" '
She smoothed bit hair in woman's. style- How True.--A. very 'eminent'writer her speak.! When fcer.eoaseat i l.iiat .aa.. tka 1 OIl his 'as qesittHig: ;a' .- I .. 'y.,. -
A poker o'er his IN tin. requisite for th*' marrogfe ,f:ayof : Nee wagid ita <
I lias said although'we: seem grieved was IAa'b'S *s .Jew: :

I i When care bad furrowed o'rrLii brow at the shortness! of: life\ in'J OReral,,we' '_ hecki4enehqWcd; to bead' 'I" ML. jT ,j .',_#'i doaet4e.WMiaVeiUenys .S ... ..lH ity.. ,Q11.sticIeic. ......Jt .

And clood d hi*yt un(hours. are wisbingecry period of it.at as eed, ..ignedthecontract,_ .. ., *' .. ; "In flnisb. 18.' :'*':e -'niag. .. __..L..na......, ,... .'.."....1,..'.. .'
1 Sbe wove amidst his crown of thorns. ,_. Tbe minor Jongs id b ;of age;then to be S ? ::".5 5S !'I 'ft''j- ."tItii' IiiIi -,".,'.. ahCr& c..at .p VI t', hia v.. : 'I.,.
\ Awiraihofaettlefiawers.And arrive 5" &&Wl y .wasqnMverypolke toGea. .. ; ''; .' "" ... :'W..rik.l..... .. :',<-'
then athoRor
of kuwnesa to : -f : .t"- erbre4
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nerer did that wreath decay" then to:retire. ,The U5IrWOUI4 IT TayJer V' e"" *l JW8 t '. t..........::..... -,.- .;I .. -,- .r ,.... & aalI4N.at4J
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be very we41.wuift iM: i& :- tItii- te.o_14 Wec,: .it, .J. ,.mother. .....ruu... ., S iI. v.,
fur That womaa's wrath aye nourished' them time aa&UukM that .liw l., t.&Itpreset ; i4tBe ..:1IT.rptewWl.e k':eDjw "-tke.dyoi.t.kkt : .... .AI...,..... 5' .r&l_,, ,,. -
they might bloom forever.Tii -WV .W '
f>'moraeet i -1U. _and the aet t<|8i.it'iiMY .('S- wfty" ) : :1t.t" IM!:.sewed:prt.i7&thsW rk k as .8.er tiU I'" ..tWii........ .
ever thus with votnan's bale. the rxUtkiaB- .'wo t 14 be"omtefit:to J.r: ,q. x..,* epeJliter ; \ 8t. theb -($ .f ...... .... .. ,

U Toward Su'Il'r be'a a meek him IlUl aubaaissive sha's! lia.ac wedded wretdi fal,. .loser.e: *ia the yearsof posturefbat- feis'UejeoU. he fajicies he'pkcething ejwill 'Beca. e.--. r'-". "".halkfe":: -- ,. ... 't..'.}...-. : j'-;kiiCj.i4oI. ; ;.. ,,,... ... -' _.,Ma. 'f"IlM. t 4th.4e.I. .t ,. S-.". 7 rJ.j.... .. ._ .f......,.!#_-.J.e, ,.

occupy. after's4ch a'revolufeee:of Ari'S "ff':t'<1; -" 'P- J."' .' .. anI.t..1.. ... YlIR'"; ,. L. ,. l... ....
Tfere a&d:the lever :weald be'.l 4 toAtt $:f ei { ;:. i i bti(1enba&b :iitr "1 Ld'H' '1.2'-::: t"S: ::::: '>> :
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-. 'L'A i iili follow r I Ql Hon t vzvil5 n'linl: n, ('ullrtl uui mjr,I... ., "' <""" SuwANEBTSHOAts/Colurabk Co,r.-- !
n wS 1i ie' ''i1i rt of representing iapidly'arpo
,. :::ff"7 ; )) 'Y ;: : AIM tW lhroiiSli mybsndkerr1iief>> CUff' tLrnS' -I' .'S July 4th, !,". .
devt the
Jnr increases of *
the wishes of Jvas cljang'e !
a people ? consequence '
.bU"JACKSoC.vit i:, AL'GUSr ''ii. i 46 : tt& 'UJnI'" J' ', r j Th .Pr-: 4!;D,! wQ9(; CIlm..c9111 ..

w-SS.S ,_ ; ---S "; __ .:.. a small,town- on the::eoofines- .. P&th ta'1.*-, IeS fri ourjorsn y* *s of government.. i/v' : It is a con-* & Ami fg&boui rnulin* yw7r rpUlle( right straght; i ir.I'; hnd determined, '(pa' the"Vcefpt '

tied portion #qf Easl- EJ"*a aGaD'( .tcmjrtiblefabsurJlity I Jt charge Mr jTtg. ;To fioKut,lfi iNew. iofmir .part of the State.Hnvin ,.5 of: your' note dated 20th May.,,;'t t

NoMlNATlNG.JjNNER comes ofT Some ,LEE with having; promised the'avails of rro.lit nililirnuht) T JaM ilwynywurlriiir.Ami ,i ,. t

...'" 1&lr.tf'flto'I..Jr,. with .ome"hnr ofn snicker prizing,me of'my nomination,) toclme /cIC.
Democrats who had,.been deceived as to all the,school l lands immediately upon
... II' b.i ilifre, which) I'm eeriain accepting;, ..and addressed
' .. .r:--' :. the character ofthe entertainment, were this change. But ,it'was all that Whig- your prl"'I1t'CI. Joe tt '
L.- mn r full, that eflect under date of 6th, ult.: Be
.. F in ,nttenda 'ce., After.. was. ,.overMr.CABELL .- gery could do to support-its Dinner-nom Iioks ofLiJe- 1
tiv ( the
Sli 4iM I
r. !>,. Repr. s to Congress1WIJ1L ,mIge. rum ,llJJJln being informed that my declination will j
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< 1' J1' "
arrives, and 4s. proclaimed: inated,'..Champion' "They "do riot; say' 'nicbt'
.... I&MA.: JLA l ,N "'--""-' not Be received favorably by frieadtthat
: :.., some.,dozen. individuals-- -- S, :champion, of.5 ,that. Air.. CABELLsbould.-. be, ':elected. ... because In my hilrtv. f tfr, >a'...;" I iffropM. oh, she.-fl/Mir! ... .,.t my ,
disposed to think
WEMT I"Th'e1Edito't ;)& c t i they are hard
10 :V _:_'._j j_,_ : the.Whig! Party; The;.tbing was com ,}jets in 'favor'of a Reduction, of. nii? I"( rr.' whcTp.ertioig1tTufrnorP.) : of 1

( -, ofthis1 Journal 1, '1 iivjng'fre plete.; A distinguished,m'ilitaryVhig fKa 1 Tariff.c Bu t that.his Uniil in thrt"S>wii'' it'tnailo iu app.irnce.-7; me; and being It,essed, again, and I.gait
: they proclaim
., .. 'f'. .. :' + from various to become I
et( d.' .A. 4kiri.; f "rLWdrau.( quarter a QdiJate
a yjsjft of several S h lately, taken. up hs line of march to meritsare. ,immense tbecause'Mr. YULEE % t !>-' *

weeks I4jh qt ; upon S;business'S 5.5 S'' 'St.S 5SS A 'gqsti'netpopgi the Presidential chair; .under the,'cry',of; does.not give,them each' $5OO., year" ;- The'.CIIWPIIflfl! ,Jwu kIiQW.J3PI.! ) hehl ..Ii aI,.. -,'I now accept the'I nomination" 1
: es to -9f'his' friends \vhbave' of S ISJlrin!! sI,',:. 5 -' S i In: making hardly need
hasty pjate, Mr.. CABELL The Democracy of Florida ure not to be
t $ soup. : Have d!iircilly' chang!.ihir a.p-ct ft(iLrigTli.'vr.tr.'j'sI ..; add, that I do it with the most extrenij 1
written' him His absence ;
t.fjJ during substantially recommends himself c8ughf'loHs11cb" ob web : hre'
.' more ; : Mr, nryckeiihningli, la!n-n HJ! .Kain, diffidence-I doubt
and assures them. of'an early' reply. t with 'that of "a J hasty i :plate'of:roast beef grateful.to,Mr.\ YCLEE andSvillelectlJrTirm.KAIN \ PlavM,h-.U.\tb: our nrrungemciiM! Oh! What asusisv i my capacity to com

, [ '1Asa: !' : .scthrilOus,personal, attack- S upOnS and sveet'potatO .," That. .il'J i! >we Tr n.AIN..., ;! ."" ., : f j.; .V S. ; S '. { S up to the expectations of my felloir citizens 1 1i
: .. But sir in this in
." as, all other
bimjias! appeared 4 in: jhe, \Yhig nnnner" ? should. recommend. him, to', adopt in 5S5, : ." -- S Z'5 S I'mttrrn'i,'_that .tlpr iriahy hig. fi-.'*'yoii'vWith'tho ,: JI ukln,,
? : : 'S ACCJEPT ANVB. d service i 1 hal14otnybcfor; : tbe. ;
at Palalka the ,
published during S "a Jo iu-Lirail
; brari'M df nIiscts,3uu'st'
of the he '
place one, has actually: assum- .!
< ;
i We are happy in .being i able to gratify ; ,. .'* '. pie pfTColumbia (if electtd)-"Tfo .. :
]last week, probably in consequence of a' ed. 'He declares that, "he is'bound:by' ninl. bacon., ... '.- ) )
, pagmphjnthe, News" of!' the week : ties.'Either' himself l .9f .our, readers with,the following letter 1'1a..I"ro'rs 'tu.Yrul""d f' 'piziito! sit.rd.1tSlJ. '.!Ollf pic, the wAde rc opl ," shall be my mot-

.nosparty : Jiisfriends.havehere It. 'K of his'nomFnatipn .. S ; :. ; ., to.. The citizens of'Columbia
before,_the,last,:he deems it necessary acceptance. ',by. ... IN" imt
t committedagrievous! I 'J Thr |f.af"'e| kup.l niul'ultl folk* 'l I ; *- :
voii'tv .bllu&19S
claims l i cancelled
merely to denjf the falsehoods: 'of the as' (candidate; of the Democratic.Party ". : ",' on me not easily ; ag
error. Jn the South particularly, 110- : S1"1'Viirhurhirou /. \ / .
4"p hose ]fp$ Representative'; of FlorJda.Un : : easily 'uUillc4-amongst:: them I ha,
unhappy man name ,
appear as, honors'should \. I prove when election romci. on,
,. tneE3iior! ] ( oftbtJierand: ,i iorcgret, ,. 'aspirant' for' political' l' "ever the. .next 'G ngress.1, rI'hathe* .Ami"lea vo 'y'.u a ,ht. \'*'jenr- ,' aguintu. '.sinylsume.Bta. .: been raised i ;,amongst them, I have IM*
i'i neutral
. l t4 :: -' come.. forward' under' :eolprsi.rT ,was:.selected by the unanimous eoftheConvention .' pushed forward into political life, o4
4t i in his absence ,. .
4it .
an: opportunity was J cheer
.r:4 ; South *>.i41z11.m/ IDV. you must keep "!good ;
interests of the directly '
* *. given Mr. Grouard, to display'tl1'eVea-', Thjr? are ;. ,, ?is' 'n':;sure;\lt token of therespect : T>(n'!ti *Ppql.your,ritlult.know you I have any fcnry unto them' I am indebted? already ,fo?
: involved in, all the 'party; question's'o1the in:which his talents an/( ,virtues 'in debt which 7
,favors .a ,
: pons7,in which 1)'ority,: he'could, ,, :excel l, A-Kailfi.g'i" nil you cnn po ibly get, post my thor\
4' i: scurrility, and blackguardism.d' Hisdi -", day. The high protective TarifTof' ,are.,jield! ,by" !his: fellow! : citi/ens.; It j is AIM I.i! }on inuft r.ot.I ifjljoo; : girc up the ship yef. life; and feeble capacity will j!l not be. aU.to .

: *>/ }, attacks' Mr.-1 ,'Yulee and" .. the''\liigs is' 'destructive_ of' 'the .p4s.: now our;part-to'give him, zealous sup.poEt.w'rernenber"tkLit .Again .<'ta the:,cracker,: old!,young J lars. anJlIItt ,'pay-and this\ renewed, manifest

personal: \ upon rity'and growth ofT; the,SQuth., TJie, ;II.. '. :t;'.'
p it is 'the'thbtthe ,
r! : not : ton of their confidence 'makes ,heariic
shall.hereafter,be.unnoticed '
,4. oprfielf : ,as,, G> piomiyo.rfiem larprlrnnJ promise them nil!i.-:
of the.proceeds of the.P 1. "
'' distribution, ; Representative that we'are' that debt. of .gratitude which i 1 owe- |
; : -
we nre confident that the Hoh: Senator. } 'Tell alarm (u ilicif v *tV. ou',1 the world;'ulmott
lie Lands,\is dependent upon the TarKT, (1 it is' 'ospiintcrcss-. 1 .' < ,. Should: I be chosen
.needs no' :defender against i 'such 'rnalf-. tthglcct-that, our f \ ::i Vf..! S. n 5 S J1, can only pledge
and is to be opposed heart,and soul by'the :thc.intefest.1 of thq South for which', At the time ,. know 1 in feeble J
ci -u buse.d:1r SIft ? we aino "n )you. can laofh. myself;to use, all my means to
1if; tJ t., ',4
? S :s #If 4S-(' G52 A ." .J South 'The unity of the separate' "are.contending. ; ''and that: i in \ .,KAIN,' yiitsr .t! s.'. S 5 .5 comeus near their expectations as pos \

,' '4i ;Plt' i> LflkLu,55J.s.- '., A.. .4sIpY--Wc5 S ) !. confederacies. is':alone sternly'supportedby :we recognize an able and worthy standard Now tuki* .niy'nJsk.h- will',l,i *vnu no hurt' sible., .' I remain Sir, yours (

iLI S., learn from the Charleston Courier, the theSo; ? tlicrn Democracy.' : And'yet: bearer of? Democracy. ShuuM! yn'ii i hfiir,, of TCiiiii's coining, don1 fail to' .. most respectfully,

t pt, S -melancholy .intelligence: of the'. death, oftheallant there. *".\arc** > ''.actually- ''Southern} ", .\Vliigsin ,- ',...4 '.ApAtAcincpLA, July' 28', 18 -Q.*, cut r'dirf, 'S. S ;. ROBT.BRQWN4 1I
Don't fluid him'AI all fur d hi i. i,bt-It, S
! J\Iaj.\ ..Aisnuy, winch! ";took 11 who hayp, blindly', .elected' .Representatives '.-Gtntlrmc.n, > ./ fby -. .:: I.had the -honor,. -receive.i \ But ,fir! ?.1 h.?. is. :aiin'g; 'yf.d"-',-,.,.'N rf't ilJy.nnured:' >** .yoairnyrent. t I. I ,durora. :Pine Grow, Fla.

t S placeln. thaf; (city .on.the d.ih tilt.,after ito;,Congress' to'vole. against ..the hands of Capt. Bennet your' S .; -4', ., ,
, LIFE'OF GErf."fAYLon.-Mr. A. Heaa-
;d'1tIrJ a tloag: .and.- .protracted illness.) In' 1836 their own,. interests. What, "pretty' Ail- ,communication' 9f'tbc'' 17th instant, iri- i F.Is41sa11. ""i'CI:,. at /[OT no rlltr.., \ Charleston ,

lie,joined:the'patriotic l nteers from IaC),-'' what.speciouslycjl. 'is:i U 'fl hat,canS f6rmn' 'me/tnatthc :Bernbcrfiitic t ..Convention -. :lAnilhrlieyp! !. in.. ,\i ur, frivnil I, Col..1...B.i, Lr r (szys'th& Patriot,) has hah-
'i S .,,.... ),. ; ,--iS 'J I, .. ded: us :1' of the :nbo.eor!: by C.
.Oh rlest jn'theTIprida' 'war' octmg hi. have.so. ,deluded, ,,the n., ,\Vhnt.| ..ca l' assembled at Suwannee Springs copy ,
... 1sT
; the*' f > V-'s's. ,5r of. Quartec.Iaster-sub: ? 1. ', have induced-the :5outh sb'long to' have ha4 .. candidate DEM9CRi\TIC :'MEETING- Frank Powell, to which Is added an account -]
CapacIty\ .. '.no.rninaiedlmeja: ; a .to represcnf -

-sT9cI.y! ;,)iic'ntt.achti. .binsei, ]f i to;,-the-j aided. 'the North11. ;to' thfo.\v, the. b'urdehupon.'the ) the State of Florida in the 30jh S ,, JOHN'SJPUNTY. ;' vAt of the brilliant achievements trf
1ii -' -- .5 : '" "'r": :
S 1 :
others the Rio
of the Democratic Major Rihggoldhnd on
a meeting
shoulders? oT l partyof
I "Soutj Carolina Regiment_ Lieulcn-\ .' the pla'nVer.rr? Congress: 'o'f the'Uhited( Stales. lam
'- -C 'ii 1l k : '
.S. janttahlob'tQFned \' .ij 1\ 'v the"pres'c'nt. ;we.liav : 't. St. John's'c unty, held : pursuant t toacall6nithef'l6thmsi. Grande,: embellished with a poitraitia' (
auS : ''gi" 3t. Histinctjon for' : j : until: e, higtll grhtifiei 'by' this, distinguisnedevidence ? \ : I

his gallkn'I .cOn t duct' through I 'the- -'- ..camc -': been. unable,topbtain J1,.. recognition41'Soithermrights. t )of.the,appreciation!;. ahd"confidence .. ,. .. .' Col.. John" \M. lithograph ofG(, Taylor.. .._ t

tI S :; : "-c jp ;'S-- J1 ..*" t.'is"'our-fa lt, 'Ibhet: Fpntanb,:wasf, called to the 'chair,. and "
'p e'ys::; ; rqwardpd.Jby( the ,Pres; of jny'Democratic: \ citizens 'OP 'Ex-GoV UNO HOWARD.

i i4cpLwith' commission\ .in' the U. S., We have' ,sent Whigs .to C 'rcs.--' ':: -- ana' Lehould, be wanting)in a'proper} regard -J' Jas. M.,Gould appointed Secretary. George Howard, Esq., formerly GOT- J

Dragoons,:and was [shortly- afterwards They"''have :yoteH: 'against' usj, ; and;, we. for. : :the kindness of' my Tfriends The chairman stated the 'object 'of ernor of Mary)land, died a this residence tin

10 S t; rank 1 *; have reaped o ur reward, They h ye 'A: ; t the meeting'was to .hear. the repbjrt of Baltimore J
p1th-otecILmt the' Jof MajbK Inconsequence and. .. .cnse ,tit" .duty. to. .my. party andprinciples .. on Sunday night, 2d fnst.
;t i" ; the tlelega'tes from St. Johns '_ '
of severe .injury to his' s uP1ed--'to bp.bound byno! partyUjesThey' ).-: if I did not accept the post, ; ._ county, to CALIFOKNIA En--, DITIOf.-The. New 4

S health l ,arising from..wounds received'in are'willing'to uphold'the"Sou'tfr lit: _assigned mc:..;The ,nomination' "was Democratic*'- State. ,Convention, for York ]
of Commerce of the 4th
bqm'ci'b .thct te' for,taxes- ,uporIiSoutl i ihe purpose of nominating a Representative1 (
the;;service, Be\vas compelled to resign.countrymen t'* **' '" V neith sought nofexp'ected by niej; andj .. inst. says'uCol. Stevenson's. Regiment }.
'Thetam 'ct 'tes led 'fo' :his' uhHiri (y'.d : .h'.. :Washington.1-4 't P( .',, -Freemen:... '-4." *df- 'if my wishes' |iad I'Been consulted, 'the ;to Coiigr ss;. '; ,is :
Florjda j be not, bljnded.,, Jn,, Mr. KAIN r <.i' ,2 p'choice '* 1. '* Mr. \\rm.*.:(. Forward addressed'he( expected to embark aboutthe t
sennl.die: of his f1-] : : ; of the. convention"woul.1
: sympathy. S .. ; t . .. .. 20th inst. in three und f
f" mcet'ins anil ,
irli ( 1. reporicd.the transport
.. and.liis iyou have an n.ow dsupportcr -of'the tall ; J
frendsrt; ,>villaward n.\up.9.n vsome other memberfof our v V '
*> % *t *,**- ,South,'and friend of Mr.:\CALHOUN: J InMr explaining! :the':course ofthe delegates. convoyofthes1oop Preble., lathe (
his i : the tribute; :of
3 4 to memory gratitudeduectO'his party, many.ofrwhom; possess, tualifications of their California
4Tv. : CAljEf.L you: have. 'only:a, man -whoIproifcsses Mr.Get Fairbanks, followed. course voyogeto f
- merits. May' Jlis TeihemTra'nceilbrig' -, ', ; which enable themto, dp honor to .
S will visit the
: "to.beioundby'no pityticsu'II1'r4tOr1L I Ori'motion f'l\Ii. 'Gould, the following they principal Sooth J
'ai\ Jf In'the hearts. (anj ; ; / our State far to 4iinebut
; ,;_.t 4i n-.., S i.-r-: *' i ,' ', > S ," ,superior :. as ( resolutions American ports on both Oceans. -Tba ,

.:aflJ9R e., ". ,, 0\':".. s S : : 'the. ,,onventi'onas i made no,. provision were unanimously adopted government has ihorized ,the enlistment
.t- j S *' 4 l The Whig Press of.tt he,.State seems for filling. a vacancy, I 'cheerfully 'accept .. : ,

dN.AiNE-ThC..'t.f *$'-4 'e?'," <* *, f 'Co"nrt. "*" of" >Enqui- '10 have( l lately worked: j itself' an out? r nomination: ,. arid 'will,, to 'the Resolved',- That we cordially approvethe here of a company mounted f

S '1'y.J1\ tbcjcase<< 'of.Gen*, GAiSEs.convencd ', : : nomination WILLIAM A. RAIN. men for the same service." t
ous passion against Hbrior/ilile ,
Tag our 'best
: b.iHties'd'o l-attle
J I.-S .' ,.ofmy. the, de.fceahd .-, ,
at Old P&ntTa. commenced its session Senator, Mr. YutEF.. 'Finding. that' forthe" advancement of i" the' for, Representative. in Congress, and SENATOR FEOX MAINE.-Notice. baa t
'i .
on the 30th ult. It was understood Whigdpctrinestwere.- knowntobcdestructive 4 pledge, ourselves.. 'use,, our utmost exertions
) If S :tootlwell : !great principles of liberty and government been regularly served upon Mr. Brad
3 *.*>that en rr%'.: G V AINES' "was".*: preparing. : to Southern intciestSjto he : ; which: Unite the democratic partybfWe to secure, his,election.1 bury, the Senator elect from ,Maine,
H: written ,be placed,.before Resolved, That we view with
to -
; statement ; ; urged in the iJriton. appro
approachingcontestythey ,! : that his right to the seat will be contested
nhe,..courti, { : : furious attack ,.bation, tha: selection: of the. candidatefronV
commence,n; : upon Mr.\ Neither i experience: ;.,:nor, i my pursuitsin 54 members. of Legislature
Gti1 b-1: \AJ. G.OLD.-1:. .ie ,,re-, yuLEEj, and, seek to recommend' : : .. life, have:fitted me with:rnan'y of the a 'portion of trie State hitherto un.as' declaring-that they'voted(ci Mr Evan (

hiI *mam\i\ of tt4illantpffic r.havQ1ouud. CABELI. bjrcbmplainin{ .thatour, Demor.. ifora successful represented, tending to continue aharmonio'us of )
qualities which the
, } St4j ..hi: ..J .. :;; politician; but only 40 were returned by

: ; si resin&placeat! Point, IsabeU. .A let- cratic Senator ,does not support his political ,if business*habits,.and an untiring zeal f and, just feeling and further tellers. This will be,it is said,the first (

I tq; SL terifrom :Lt. jtiDOELV' of the 11th. u1t.itho .. opponents out of his bvvn pocket.A .- .in discharging. the duties of. the'tr st. uniting the diflerent portions: of the instance in which the scat of an U. S. )
} I.' State in the ,
:E r4i1 fdes ;ibetb.c'grnrc., worthy 'wrlter' m the Sentinel feels) 'Tele4.in, ,Hl y exertions .with a well support of democratic principles Senator has'been contested.

S Four posts ornamented as svill asourimited very much_ aggrieved. e nuschc ,does. t"1Vn.f! adherence, to the 'principles i.' ,'by a just* deference: to the local" l -_- b? f".

} mansWQuldaJJow i are erec- not get,:.$48Qa! ycar for the education ofack : ,that distinguish' 'us,- will' prcjudkesoNll., ,* THE.... OREGON TBEATT.-' CoL AT&str6ng .. .(

ted: onp at {aeh .corner, connected; by of, ;his :children. He has\the effrontery I S :! ,' deficiencies'i ,'.' J 'compensate'mygreat can. lay.5 .Resolvd, That we view vith great who carried the Treaty out m. t

'Pi Ie1c..eSOf timjerj: ,the,upper,havinghDlesbore5atCVrY to parade certain extracts' from{ claim 'tp the of; 1atisfaction;, the harmony 'of sentimentand the Great .Western, returned with it L
; six inches, through I .. generous support qurI
I. : 1 ,1' S sacrifice of complete in the Hibernia. The Treaty
', Ktchtfierrjislcet" ,barrels are placed. ,the- circular. .' "'.of jMf.J YULEE. wherein' th'e. I I;part j;. personal preferences in

fp S'I TenjOflt : lo.werpne;.,the' bayonet latter,, detaifed'certain; ( advantages' which :. have' read with gfeat pleasure the 'the recen't"'St:1te' Convention, which 'resulted was carried down to Liverpool by Mr. ('

. fixed, ar jhe-whole,painted black, in the. unanimous. nomination of llcLnneIt was ratified on the 17ib,
arc cotjld: not be: 'obtained other wise than excellent! ; Address arid'Resolutions; of (
Appropriate ead and foot boards are Mr. WILLIAM A. .K.i 'andtire and on the same evening .comman
by oir.iitimizg the form of a'State the convention : : perfectly 11
i to. all of which.i l I fully '
rec 1c4., L ',.. __' Sr .Goverrimcrit. :Hardfy a 'has ,> "' : ;l arid entirely 'satisfied\with the'selcc.tion ted.to Parliament. The text of it IS -
year elapsed subscribe and I
S as soon as complete
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'I'II lu', : : given in the and it j is identic}
and t made-"by the rcoriycritibn.Resolved papers,
"qflQ. DRY NO AnTYT.E< jhe-TYliigSj.whp; have:ppppsed; i some. indispensable, business. ,arrange.'mentahere ,; with (
that ron\
:Mr. him ,his J& That 'in the'nominec, we cCpiedorne days ago
c ;j$155motto.$ 'with. whicli_ tiri4 efforts:throughoutrare 'be' I )viil; go amongst the people '

: 'CABt' ..* lf! cdn, tit i iited. champion' 'ginning,to grumble becaUse we are not. ,,and.. talk ,with them upon:the subjec recognize,a:true and aidcnt democrat, the Philadelphia,: North. ... American. I,.
f J V v < -
ol Whlggej', enters the ( F141) torcontend, ;as- rich- !as iheState; qr., *' of- New. Yorkand*(. i .,. t...-..' '<." ', : : slippotterafState's rights, opposed to.the'rnrif1'ot'prot'ection GENERAL:TAYLOR'S: EIILT.'ltfl1-

S against D4cratk.Ihis. After bav; have. Dp-n! school' "" establishment- ;' )z -J Tike'.!' ..: To' Va,:.GentJernen.fnyjduall! \ ,,.p1.e"p3 1!5; a warm advocate ,.not be generally known abroad, ((641(

; S in ...a'year icc entered the arena avow* that," :of* .Connecticut.' ,. .*>- ..AlthoughJn this ] \!, ,t!! : :iny5snc; .c r..;b'nksforthl '' 'fri of:the Interests' of the, South, and the Baton Rouge La. Gaz.) that the residence

S S dljT'J as"'a'Mi i Jg-, and after' having} ifot- one year.FJorida.; has obtained .more advantage ; jd _terms, invhich you have one whom:(>ve, can place: every confidence of Gen.: Tayjor's) ;.family' is & t

wtth.tanu5the ii57t4.' ; "J rnachinatlons! ::5 of hisfriXJ i than'reason!. could l have"ex(>ec-;. lmado. ,-known'. to me' ,the''Will,ofthe ,convention -j and, rely! upon .o; represent us the handsome cotta' c-like romantically
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J3Arcomehe.fpund hatas' ted :Trohi.the. istep sfielas_ : 'f4en.r.al. : Phcbonojo; 'i' '.' truly, and faithfully.. : i iResbltcd the .M,6
it ,.: ,r. be, .. ; situated, on .fine( .
..somewhatmost4 .though.her.Serjtora and Reprefentaiiyehavevoedlonihatgreat '< ,' A if.-, '*.') t : *'1--"* ; i.* y ., : That a' ,committee of five Tronlingtiie ; ''ihe rrt'to" \
WIigT1 $ were liver .
a p. pe i. "..,.,..'""..... .I-- :'er. ,f especf'u1ly. ,- ,{.0, "';.' be appbinCei\to: : and t,
: ditii I*UI assume:some< :liv'} ; | .measure! bfjthe ,,' t'tjj'a ">Air /;:. {V 1 ::09r qbcdiensptvt.9q4 4rf .' ,: J fu'rtnerihc' : election. ot, |' ing: which, Wee .the eye to the,left,op" I tI

-ma I'lh'" !91tkfay' h.. ..'cabd4lui t ;': ,South 1 ,be red ctiontbf! heTariflP-5 : :( .t\i' !q :...r... 1WILLIAM4KAIN.4 5. "the democratic :Candidate to Congress. on entering beautifully' shaded atenlie -

iu4tjiAi!1 :g; .. fj1P1CCtck:J .$ ,of5 ,ibe! oughtlieybavq:,I : 'bad: a voice c -J; .na- j .,:.' 'ToiRi, J..:FtoTD,1;: :*, /L'V: .: ot. '\': ,'. The .following gentlemen were, ap? I I leading from nrayrue street taj
1 ,. S 55 5 \ "
i ill,! ,. ",; .gtaAV2' ; "', vre a aJos9Vliorns; ,(o ,influentml ita
be g,',(:andidlI' The .DenieWMggery ,the day,-although' 'they f,have. "secured'appropriations "%*-" -f"< *, 1' '.*, t> Y jAiiFpawARi>;' y&Gdirimittee., .' :Forward(, James M. Gould, ,George"R. : tance arc*" i contending* -fc i for< the honor of t
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-, cI&S, :: t iii # t ; Jr, orif'p : \ !i/-1 -A.r'4 for" theTor'tificatipn:;: -.. o!; ,; .; ."-. -(-,,,> i : J. G; 'REABDON., "" 'FairbanksPeter- *=_ Iff- t "* :;BerieU, S i f JolintJsina.r < ,. f>'" .- ,, ,...having given'brrth! :.;ta; 6IdxuIoughan4Ready .

S BO ft : 'l' : iive U 1 ] clt ; t'l!}} p. t.e: .!h y...[pr; bQ, K fa At Sh..,./f ?. -_.a-55 /-.A._.",..J'I: ft .V'." .i ,Rfi3ohtdr; :y.hat the "proceedings: ,of ," we can claim: the honOftof

I J" i SI amnjdn j : i 'etoihieh i rid : l1fati"CJ .ik8. rfi' :this.rneetingbe; : pUblishedJn: allt1iede. .
It -..,". wai, be epye\\hg! ur.c pJ hejustckims J : (i ,.,: numbering l hispec\c4: t q JI-.I\: !

t : '.,"'- Si *_ ,!i i4aroi. ; a&East'FlofidapO'fr$1rIl : -:: khodgbFld l t 11f ( 1.ftb. %' 71 f" tJ1'OO1.f. :t.t..ff(1.U"( t rt 4iT47Jq1RoM J '' pcr8ti pnp r ir\h ta' >!' : JoUr resideots ,.n rl I- .

"" tt't\itH '' ; : ExqLoNEL: l"It tJ i J HN 1\ftFON 4NE!: f{ irmrit .': t ,,S--'\. t._._* .5j, .5-_
''C .nd Jlr been : -JL-irr r iL L : l l
.: 'to.8'Vh1g r ma4c 'sefl1Dly; to ie4. tii Clml adf.YJ ,h,: f/ : 't ; : "'' t.'r. j {' ti :; In Cincinnati who had ki.art i Ir; ,
".,, ;, ,1. .I4 f' % A'. 'ifj'ri : "(tt&d'a!ti ni q'.. i J' dJ ,: E c. S t"J'.... 'I. Gour.nsccretary tl ., a negro ,
.',', D tiocr: ir( ntibiim to' n mocras.* '6t IS,!;l: conver Olfd: ; :lhatsne J .t f,u'J3iota'spmo.sijra. : inhe4. .great 'a1't.: kll"ertie tfr&I.1falIJy4k'h. f.. \f.6.t. 1" { ( t ; 'Ui, Js& :::' !', : ; ':_ 'aad S'' < overseer frVa/gitnbQUt) : ; n ,rarJi *f (
I : -- 4atMT 1, ,eFJi t PJ !P'tfound. PPH! !lt th1SJflUk4The4ybieivaMrjYuzu.'!!. ; i } I am ,forty tn"ny. htuh'publicity gnfnetl 1;. ,::' .ti trI'wxtt.cqMETo. a': ,Pissf.iY r tles' (dr\d\ was fourrd' iilty(\ of itrurder bdt"-'

:. ,, ] .'ie( (j tJ\\H"\ n JSsS.\f!: ; Jr't I'010 !ttrtc.rftJot. lfl e1i&J 3i} ;:!,? ; -- ae.ne S lt-! fake his,, fi; !J. isttnas..'r1'. p.9f1' }'t .efint y.: obtained a nqw-1iGI'llt tlio p.rilgt
)ts}thiiik'yots ) a. t J e -4 g *
nfl' ikn'tiBusjjjhjt ;
omvllat' 1d\vbit JJ..ft'.ilr" !: '
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rneacoasthe hnever promised ,,
,alcg tI ... % it biff'ifft''? -1ittL'll f' ; I'h .t (1 .U r{ ;.tt,' i ft!? l !:, "* .tatamorosiQcn.BItakehs t(1: y]0tJs y'J\1.\ r.th1! t .! C9 t,.fqrJ h.ICQ :J ,1tAtkndsls

., ': : ,,"J, the fui ytby.iisJ i ::!'. tllu.lI.; .. f :" *ill: .*&Sf..fI'Ir1lb.f *&* A.I ,'turion. t; t l jJ i imtHerHma } o-rtlie JOtezta1HiehtS 4 ,;, .at"4'uen.: 'out. o'Gji1.* J
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$ 'ine .'ait' Sut' o ad vantae fil"iJ4t."l I' :8 aveen.: : .h I 'I Utr rl' iir11\'t\rr .J s 1.J1 "; lfl -
: S l.fR8I! .! 1')' piscatojy" : .,,;%' 1. \5-: 5. $1.y '"I :: .1iI : t! ) Uistit )i4ij( bythig,55L rrcfp1e St1h. jMqJl"11 t

jttd ..' "- W";!'F.i.' >.. i'.o&. AAI1'"?- ,..,... tn..... mqrp jh t.FfasqpflbJy' : wtwfieaand. ... !otbv 'mat.P/M..,crlei'OQt';berc9.'a note. for ol Jd Joo." .of tho urol; ',,o opine. the latter. : .,cape L: Justice.S .. f'.''fL"" '-I S .

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"lC03fMt1r: TE .:j : I sive whTOcelebrated; J n : i d 1 !c* appropria i ana=- *-'Tennessee-<(-& -. ----'-troops*v j ;arc-.eftcamped- -,'*boat Queen- Vic ;rw- : i"*i the .MHr iLiLaIL :"; .-.

Messrs. Editors-If, there, is any sccrated by gcnins and) ", takenu if" and :an ; was: greeted rby :the:eatire. w egi- 'five.cfe94ren, vm'Priflcesa Rey J, *. .-.<. I

little city which redounds by piety, to the .'iF-., .. r.Benton-. pro- fmefits; and'as one!.of'the ladies ,Nor.:SVlSiOj Pnnceof WJi JHw. : -

thing in our passing God, so .thejeclsions of %'of the claimants out of the\cnbjn, one.. of 'them :-excliJBiett -, ,6,,IS lf Princess Alice April25; 14J' :. !

our discredit to s rangers ;fifth ..instalments *'popct] G-d.Al 10 here arc the'more, solemn Aui J. f. ;
Blithe country or sojourning tential for good. 'when 'tb 'led. ton. protract .a:.whi! !VworoanV. *',;turned "at the same PuBre May5.lSt.6. 'i' :\,,. :I'

daring the winter, it is most assuredlyle whichMessrs.L1eri.- 'timejBBd plying' the hip; hip hurrali!- ',- :-'M HMBVM *, M MMMMMMMW. BM I M MMW r -

side walks to ourtrect. nity of the bench is JUcDoffie, and R. ,Hearing uproaranother female came The provisional government .r.di. .

nmt of proper this particularly responding.,dignity in I rt.<. .The amendment out, and the 'exclamation >vas' "Anoth. ;iron ,has :been. organized 'by C' 8iitI' "- : '

f What renders the fact tions. We are yet to .by a vote oilS" to. ;er:by:.G _dl"! -So.i;strange',was the?pccurrence -. ,George Abe{etby, formerly : ef Ntw "1.

discreditable to our citizens is "- thai had'not theCapt. ordered ,York, Governor. ,J, B.Long,'fWm$9.1. "l'

sach could be constructed at a,trifling sentiments are. not. \ ;. 1 J : amendments. 'to this ].a .guard' 'from 'Captr Ogier; the: Ass'tQr. .,tuckyf Secretary, and Peter .Biia .

that expense which would among us-despite the ;,and ,at r8 late. ; Mnsterfthe boat would- have been ;from. Missouri.' .' ;; Circuit. Judge.. ,_ ....,.10'a '
cxpcnse of those who from the ...Mr. McD taken :
ale, nhe ,'efln'sMerenwn" l
of them. .Five Fire' in 'eYrI
/ felt by any "'
be often'been a subject of wonderinent assume, would.seem. to executive' session. Our 'troops')'C.1rt' good health 5. e. 'have;been, deprived" of their repeff
< i'11n-rQor! 5th
the .
has nd'.rve) r
It regiment. j.Yoti&c- ,
citauthorities the century behind, the age : : Engines by committee onsheFs '
to us why our ,such improvements large portion of ur' } ;l the the House hav. .*". V.IIIB.LATEFOREIGNNEWs : Department ofthat'city, in consi .. f .- ,
whence constitu % tof '
from .
proper source ..' .,.c. -. ,I.' . their riotous conduct sOmetiMep r .
should emanate, have not i see their county do. as lY ."should becOirie a -----. .c* .

themselves in this other county in this s ns.or .the,President ,to BY. THE:i The liabilities of one of the flew .
exerted "
j long ere this and will with iths.tanding." .. H1BERNIA. houses i'Mch3ay; failed in N .Yefk .:
Perhaps they may waiting pay Abbott J. The, Hibernia. ]brings) .to !thetTnited million .
patter. Q. Adams, were a and. a half of dollars, and _, ;
the moderate increase of States the, Oregon .ratified by the ,
achievement by public spirited .Blanchafd. Bowlfn! oCiinotheffuUy'onemillioo. ''* &
its .
for ,
to accomplish the ; British Government under the. seal) been commenced : .t'Y, Campbell John t'I't -
individuals, (as it has that the "dear Court 'House is so d p : .Cntb art, J. G. the new foreign minister, Lord Palmer-- The New Vork Mirror. says '-tfctt*

in this manner,) in order The Court and the, le, C rariston, Culver, ston.The .Charles,T. Torrey admitted, Were -, .

people though they reap the benefit, ,- Dixon, Douglass ,important, document wax-signed died, that he aided in the deIf8- '

shall not be at the expense of it. Per- doubt partake of the \ ,,John H. Ewing,:Fa- by his Lordship and Mr. McLean on the nearly four hundred slaves. i "u..l ,
need to be: 27th aVtbe office and after- '
not Foreign Mt
laps the object at the last municipal important part of the : Giles!9n,, Goodjear Harper ,Hen Gri- wanjs ,conveyed for despatch by: the Flour was selling]!i at :Su Louis iW" .' "
and ,
election, was 10 elect a Mayor Hibernia, by his Excellency, JWrMctLean" weeks Since l1t two 'dollars atxtyiwe>' :
public office, to : Hough, John \Vf 'J
s '
of Aldermen! who were the ; the AmenicnMinister. to Great and:a half cents a barrel.
Board: sures, rather than 'th s : D. Hubbard,Hudson, Britain. ." ..':.' -.- ; _. t'!:, .f f
and .
enemies of improvement progress Hunt James I .
sworn I ': : [ma TH* .&w':1_ ;
the issue seem to be the. cheapest., kln the HouseofLords, on the 17th of ,I .. :' &:.: i'f,, .
had such been our J. Ingersoll, .Joseph FIUEKDSIIIIV.$ .<.' f*** ,,','
.. : of Lansdowne ,I . .. _" t :0 .
July the
Marquis rose % 4 : ,.; "ti
could have Daniel P. King .u'nJ- but lit .tile. :
not If ,
present Corporation : 1CO.xGR and said that itV3S' his duty:to lay before i .p numef. '- ,*, : -.
King : Leith Lewis,. .**Tb t fvJUm! after wealth l ,,., -
adhered to their principle ; ; at ate !i'
rigidly their Lordships and, that ,
mo ; : nir" 'McClelland) Jos. I :Uat (c0T* the'H'retch fo mournf 'J
the least, tht; democracywho ':Treaty which Iidj&s teen concluded T1. .
!-to say Curre$ 'olsdnce P the! nugh ,- 3\IcHenry Or I.! tin oniun control "f.' .
} t ).thai ; \ 't
of the between" Her Majesty :and .the Government .' .fr _.1 Jt .n.
aided in the election present \Y smrcGTox, rli Miller The ) of :. :.
i ,( jMprrjs, "'of'the"United States reference fjmpatluf! *milj _

)Incumbents could not ha\"e.been of the I In the Senate, the bill i Pettit,.Pollock, .Rams to 'the"'Oregon ;;Territory'He, in 'had ,'the -. Thru- Iaos dark cbanit. ;.uormtf -t: \.-:. -1
I :1.t for he relief of the Julius -Rockwell
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sort deDomin tel progressive.It satisfaction informing their Lordships Jli of'il batk)w.or ih,
is certainly to be hoped thai a work dians sed. ,, was. :read a third. '. RdotRunkSchencV Truman Al, that ratification had that,day been \ link.:are forgM Iwi.iiihtn,v&s ...
Smith :
of such universal utility, will be accomplished Mr. Breese from the Smith, ,Caleb, ,B e.; chan"ed.' ., ., .". '. To irrvp maui* > .ctnh"o.t--_. .:c G ;";";:,

similar; .motion.was .mode. in the *TUtL. unlyq bftliAgtuwhi, ; Umr"' :4;
another winter at least mittee to whom was ,Stewart Sykes St.
before ,
House.of Commons by. Lord Palmer- Jotnnl fur'ajp, to to 1Iw.ftW, ..' '_Lil k.
in those parts: of oar city most frequented bill to protect the 1 ; deaii x, Thomason, stonwho appeared at'the bar and statedhe *. ,\\'IJi Itcrfr upward tcnJ*. .," ,1.: ; ',;L't'f
citizens in Oregon James >
if it has to be done by private sub. with an amendment., It b3\ts, ,.'l'iJ4.ep Thomp, Trum- had' a' paper tdjiresenl"by command. ., 'TH tltejustro of iho 1u'ar,1 ;', :. '. '

rpLiCfl. No innu from the tnost to the sed rth White .of her Majesty, T1Mc'In.ia4 MriIIMmaror far; .; :'
mv. AVin- .
: to" '.
JClsrb! could be so little imbuodvith The House-.bill ,' rigl !, and 'Y'jung- .OS. The'new ,Ministry has got fairly to i .T.,g"u Tti the.wamlVcr' glteiTiictiow -.i l' .tt.,.,
work and the
indiCer- defensive works at H ) Adams ,_ oftbe"c.iunry i :.ii lticUipMl ilatk storm Las bsb,.* "
public spirit, or even so StepTioa, .AnV is .
agan.ina'statc.of: progression.All .
: .Itwl""ett ray that light* the earth .
and Bayfey
refuse York was Barringer, ,
tjt to his own comfort to to : 'the members have been' ieturnedwithou '. ; )>
'The charm iThtye'I
icferrcd. ,*. Bijygs, James flack, iwcrlett .
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contribute his quota towards the consummation The amendment of Boyc}, Br dheadj ,opppsUion. ,except. .Mr. :M. Au.. -, ." -; ; Fk A N. ::_'.;

of an object, the need of i Warehouse'bill was ti7. :BurtReuben, Chap- ,lay and. Lori Debrington.In ., ,JacLionvllle4vgut14i1.1a46'. .'.,' N
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trfrich is so universally felt.! A sense. bill requires only the : 'Cobft C6liarro-| every quarter a disposition exists = j -I_ '
I fair : I'ASSENGKllS. ,
-I to giv'e t 'appointments a
w. ;
of gallantry nlone, should prompt a : President to become JaI : nuingham, Darnel, trial] in :'coriscqucncc.ofthe excitement. -"Per.reuinerSt. RI"lllsfw.f from SaftJlDeb.Awe- '

measure of this Und. The Indies are 'I The land graduation' Proragoole, Dunlap, now, d1 the. ; needs-'repo lOb.-1Jr. :Cer-c..l lv.Dr. Peck, \V.\V. Oliver* _.-
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ken and sifter the Gorvin Gordon 'Gra- --- -
doubtless] frequently) deterred from enjoying up, and with the exception> the Sugar For Key' West. .
it Har-
amendments, lInt Jol1
themselves in a little promenidc, house in the Isaac E. Hol duties there' is. !no prominent questioalikcy TlIK IillIGV1RGLtA.Cap.A.. .
following Hoge,, ,: 'lbr" r..iI1..n foi "lIie buve rxir '.
| ,kto. embarass! the. .ministry. or test .
thus enlivening cur streets with their JJe in eeutctcdby the eo" S. Houston, .Ed- their capability. .,rntSihiipist. 'For |IumirPt ;_ ,' ",:" '. .

the faligncand exhaustion of Representatives of the ,' Hunter, Janies H. *> :- ;>o C. \Vill-y JacktUJ1\m., ,..or Uw '.
presence, by TJie' 'affairs of thte session of Parliament .--- C.r'.Oct nuardj ,: iA

consequent Upon walking! through the drntica l.mds in Congress which shall ll$ $ ', Andrew John' "' will be.wound 'up probably, : the ''.'A.; )st Hil., ,.1346., ,- .,, ..', 11'"
public Jon CM. S .ilorp Jom-s,
middle of ,
heavy sand, which they have to en- August. .1-- $25 'Reward. -- fsi-;
fered far sale fifteen }, Kin?, Lawrence, reimlnirseMr. #
and this be remediedat The: great' .mo emeDt to, 'Twenty five DUI: Ita ". .I fur iftrurmad.. ii&t.
cocnter- might .
the fit (hi7 of \ & J'w' ,. JMaclay t McCIean,' Cobd n for the loss .of-bC.lth'1nd will lend lit con vie:;it*'*fnny whim' perxw Cur lil-' -, ..

an expense to each of us, not amounting oizht hundred and rprt '- Grn McConnell, mner is ,progressing: npace. 'There tiu'ir mrUunyut my llo .'or Cattle. Of t6 .. ..

to a fraction cf what we spend in after be subject to ,critr 1,. il Cay, Barclay, seems' every chance that the hundred tiiin1 Bra..1. woo majboguUty of,LLta .hont oAfenri '. ff. -' ;
for the of ;Norris Owen witfiout mv per m in on C. WILLEY.J '11 :. .
acre, term q ,
excursions in dances per ; thousand pounds fixed 'as,the .
pleasure steamers, upon max* .ckM>nvtIc! Ait'uit I4r 13"46. 'if
the before described : ,Phelps, Pillsbury, imUin of the amount' be given' to'him, : *
and nil follies which
,roots, the to 'shall be Roberts Sawtelle J'J-
ing uniol'i ** will be raised. *: : .. Arifninlsiruior's Notice :
fashionable life is heir. And let me Seddon Alexander MONTHS aftf itt I sliall apply to .. .
seventy-five cents per. : n. Efforts will be made to raise a splen- SIX., .JinieiT.OKril1.JuJen( 1'ruUtr fur

ask, wouldve contribute more for that term of five years ; and ) H., Sims. Strong,. : did monument, to Sir Robert' Pcclr t by OH futility n. if N*,* o,for adjclsaraa Adtnioia- I
which from its nature is trifling ami at the end of the last Towns, Tredivay- ::means (p pny'.subscrfptfons through tratnr..OIJ f.UO": } taJrt.'iz: SkerCbrhsophr -. '

may be entered at,'fifty i Wilmot Woodward,! British _,nil Samuel S.CIrktupbv'rIat ,* outthe: ,
evanescent, than we would for what, be- Empire, as nn.e.xprc 'Jictuett. SPICEU C. 15RADDOCK,
Sic. 2. Jlmi be it Yost--91. : .
-- sion ,
sides the "useful with thesweet11 ofn-nation's'gratitude. : :; -'A.lain41TIflroaikl; F..ut&
blending .
).\ That ali public lands struggle (following :; Jlq.rlamtnt.-he, proceedings 'the 'i-i J .N.II.au Court lion... r :; ,

will be a permanent source of first day of December, n took place orr the, Houses of Parliament_ possess considerable Nassau Coumy, Angut-Hch, JS4S. } ,. Gsa'' -.

satisfaction to the whole community!- eight hundred and f : ; 'bill.,, which4n f 1I interest. L': : 7:! NOTICE.' -.".

Come out you democrats, you who advocate been offered for sale now awaits only the Lord Brougham the assault in.the. pursuance of tU vr'-iuc .r'paid.. Inte : ,
more on the first of President to become a. : ; :IN Notice i hrrrhr ivrn bat SXWIEXL. ;
the of the . ,. matter' of the Judge's salaries. Earl J l-l.- a "; .
greatest good greatest thousand eight J ; : '. ': i ; t :Grey showed that 'blame.attached, to ificr the dnto t et n:. I .hali apply l ihe buIka11.. -
number-here is a field for '. Me the Jue of Prutat fur AWbna conatyrra .
you. shall then be subject. to : ,it, 'the noble Lord him. ,': .
THE ARMY. F ;any one was.:to f oar I.. of AdnnuNtm! .n fin Estate uMUhr ( .
While upon this subject, we would entry, in like! manner se, r. ,, : '." 'Juititia 'ct"rd. Jab of*aJOSIAII >
express the hope that the County Com of five years; and that : -Delta. the-1st- Mr. Duricoulbevi hed to hear from SEtKlNGER.Hlh. : .'

missioners"ho have thus far evinced a which fchall have ben : following! is the only J let:" the1,noble] Lord,himself' a'distinct' \'Ow4 ( NduIvT3aiIivjlIAfluAt, I3Z6. Ci -
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fifteen years or more by the U: S., 'revenue: al of his views on. the leading topics!. '.of. WOTSCE.QN .', ,

determination to do their duty, will ceeding period, or any Our'correspondent 'it the day.' . liteaecait Mou
mate the Court House as well as the shall! be.sulijcctin like ; : ,. Lord John,Russell declined.thjs categorical !toirr.lu!* ihr 114NI.JItIIPIIfl3btv, for;( .-t', -
.of ,fiirn funldiachoSrefram. "J
nothinrpiboat the re ilio CMnnu VA' au r'
Jail, the object of their attention uation and entry al like analysisbut while ,doing 'so,' ,
; no Kx'cuonhip .r iht R tatP.ifvf Jobrsiaaza. ,'fG .'- -
fr .foubt the latter, on account of the sc- years, as they cons i'anil' volunteers, to : said sufficient to' point the moral of his tfitul. cuur.tl. Ipc r, til.! -. :0'-. .l-'. .
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Provided That ; JOSEPH nrna LO,.. ; <
no one /' future'career as Minister, to the princi. "e"
rarity and comfort of the criminals the provisions of this "Reg. 'La.: ,yoluntee, le8ofIk'ree. Trade, to ,which he avowed DOiJISGQ ACOJTA, <;' ,'1 '-.) -

there confined, was first deserving their' thorized. purchase July 19th 1846.' unswerving attachment. f,..rn'ncla,\ ." Au. nn .14th. 1346.' po CCUtOb.:' :': .'..:,. -

attention. The Court House from its' lion at the lowest rate But few.items of news Justice to Ireland, he-would literally '1':.:1'! y ::.

size from our line of volun 'fa'the'Es-,' Sheriff. Snlc. i '.. ,.
and acre.Sanc. oat tt.ith "respect -
location, and' from the air of carry Tttdayt .October 6/4. JC4J" .
dilapidation and which cnvel- 2. J7nd ie.it. ro3. tablisheil Church of that -country, ,the >' Virtue: of two rXectsti. "flS,.!ivieiand md.i ._ .
neglect Thar, upon'every rc.du t Western ;bank of the Premier,thought' it.'imprudent $(.meddle 'BY .. .me Iiy'flCun.IMW, a. .1 hJDIM ,, I.n.tii .

psit, is at once the most conspicuous of the. said llnds.uJl1ch miles above-Bnrita.: in this early stage of the L business ninl JinmtliaH Ray,*n* plai liffif'>r'sL.tisi v .; ,, pF
nd !least i>\Vilimon, IJ.nJ&Uc, .o( K., T. *Pdiek.'fli ,. .
? inviting object the eye can ,by the graduating prc flliove us .i is the. Ten The same :evenlng'Lord:John .Russelldeclared.that .. -
i1 (eml .nt,,f w i if e 11'f' e at | H ltC.1I1 ,an 'I'U.3, g>
*sltipon. A few the occupants or"sc and below are the lie would make his 'views tTm Cili .
hundred dollars ,ex- ; lay dIl1.u Ortubrr I***?,>l iWyaal lieWit .
' tnded it and little the s:1id. lands' 'shall] .J.n : Alabama :do., Louis- respecting sugar duties, known on Ltietot1o.In: d..criletI'prng.ert7.tIJI M4 C'1*
a supervisorycontribute pre-emption at suct th..r cgjnientr..ouisin- Monday.WeTeam. The NMrtl ltV.i>hil ..f.KI O PC hwrNolJ*- ,
t rt'"rould little 1- ; -3. itange 20. .Sob.h.nd I qu. ToCt'ther .
not a to the Tnwuiiop ,
. 'ed. nrice I .- u'hich', rth''$ ,. _. with theimprorMai'ma iherron asisuiag.. .
; *?pearance of the building nnd the city. period of six 'months: of inactivity has : : frbmaletter. r ceiveiby n t.fcm?* Ji J |'f.t"JO vatMl kitchen and '10.4iMr milL." <. -

, 75: hope that in miking.these sugges- .dates at which the ..re ur 'men, asttvo'months gentleman in this city from a-naval officer > L4 viMon, I. jk;.property of fwTf K|1nck.i.." '- "..id .
that'Cotntnddoretonneir taiufy said.executions. Term.CUfB. 1 A J' r'
tio enrollinent Pensacola ;
s we have merely anticipated those tions shall take place; situce"' our now at JOUN rARER./: '
entered 11e'res'p / to forward and contemplates Braking an..attackupon. r4
by go
,' aose province is to attend to these Sheriff HiJI!* oroojhWuaij. : ;
th the main,body at Alvaradb immediately. Light ,'.' '
thingr settlers within that; r'ra..Auun4".1846.- 3t | ,MJ, "- : .
} e see of our citizens MS used in the '.-' .
many transpired
hIe to be entered or ( nc\\"s' draught vesseIsonytan'b :
, ) ; .b d.'Y: "., .
. inproting their residences and thus other' person nnlill the. \ : r Qur proceedings, ntincka; d theFlIt. nowppngtt: uiCftI he"brC Iven to'cieditora! a : .11jj7 : .

!utifying our city-Sfioald not the or reduction prices '\ ( iliia'..month,: which Pensacola and taking in .stor, Is to be 'nsr.dt1ed'toitttrjbutIon U lU l** !}- .
; nty at large be do'mo.rc when it shall,.jf no; ( ( er'private band from' one of them.: ,She :will, >sail, :for Vera Mntt.w HifIdk.-4t'cea1ea.-Int1, ; .to alt[i. M hs ; .
expected 'demand
; fQ' ,' cd, ,be again subject 8J L?:Dtiy. :. Cruz .on 'Sunday or Mondajr'riext.: The may. hav' .01. claim*.oir ..
thai J
individuals have found ,it '-u 9* in'l or intf iv l In laid" J.t.u. ; 's -i
eat ., exped'favs mption.. for six ,have ..occurred, in out writer pfth
: to dot BO'on, from time to time : \ way of ..officers .of the. laTh: hl :' fn1n Ori ZtlsQstatcz' :tbatjie :twoyrr" fmm.thT, $- date.: .iW..iIt' he VreJ.I >. '. :. ,

T of civilization, not to tay tion. .,shall, take place; : ,B.* Smith has been; hearao. officer who it high: iacorn"mand I; JVi:late oui', r..q..t'd having ehtlraa'lo"I.,n nd ieeot d i lli and ol*tomaT.iitfcair ,M.'.,\..;' .

51 in this net Jt vice'WVF.. 'Foftson, predict that' the: .American 'flagvou1d | d
to rrcpe( decent i nothing >jVIntixh oTMailon C nty.a &Tho a*| a.
,jmpOhc upon us .
t for' constructed_ to interfere '')V I. H);, Bidage. be floating over(thecQ6llefSan:!J ; Alochua eooBty., aa.yfe M .UbV Li1. .
appearance*; strangers will' KinkeanoB itjiitt. Y'.lliFer-i "' nArcEsHtD: ] ; ,
which has accrued or iieuL: .re-. Jaan.d; Hilda y sty fy '
Iori their : .. -, I l lI' icd *,1 'j&dih ''
'. be '
'opinion of our social condif v lue.Q _act,gratfli : I i haps preparations willaot ompl '-, & '
.: t r \ j. any 1', 'ri h: 'A.issstt4th. 136'. .. ,
rom sach exhibitions of our ;tastc actual settlers upon- : lp f:., J Hpbcrt Haley,, early eoiightoo 'redtl-. icfC.t jt -t ..I. :; ;_--. -- -':: '- -
Ltd : !itleatri-,, tBit titi1 4'u (tb' )cxnreSsOt;4t0p-, : Eraazktt.Xal( ,;. -
enterpnize chief Sec. 4.11/fd be tV : : J* 'fqp1t In ., ) '_ %.4t t. .
n* our' publicBuiipflfargreat .
> f ..Le ,4tl\ io'taat : ;.Iw* nw )rfib NF .
i & That all acts .Qnapa '-R. Hart} fromGav pIrfqInoyll ,. eri fKA" r. .. .. ..cibunze1vr'C1, : "
rig ni si reeLs. : ..:: : .; )'L'' .. ."Y' : [' 4.: "
}.tSt. en" eubbOi .:,tJ1lt..vt.utC-.r. 1O tainc '
VIOL for an ) ,- oBfa ; ;Jago AURAHAM tJ 1 :':-. L
t trttnPOrtanceisdaelocnl' influence. 'ofn. tion of taxes: upon land \ (l tbri, ) Cb.Jj port thatNew'York'.thc'. l&'} k.'Oit, Yf.".( tR i7ihtCd'p. ;. f.. .-.. Ikt.. ., -.' ." :" .

ir urcllitctturc for it: cnnriot-ba for Ii 'frotfc Dn rc"Rae. 'l itirteitdsier1. ,.L.1.LJeeJw4yu.4 T111 If i J..A DARBJWhiIsP.M1 S '" '. ; .
4 ; ve'ycrirs: ( s ,4"V H ., ., '. .. Ja k A..1t"'II.. ; .

nie4 d that 'public difit'e sigr.1c.a ifsalc l ,jS and.! fsrn#: : & 1t to proceed.o to. J < i ,1 j R th ..__41 :.. -..,.**! l1.pria:,._.-. .. .-r--2,.-. h 'c3 .>: '.' ;
leas tdmtfi '
Jed. i.
tlqct drith justness of taste p* :' .!* >\.1"* : t2" Ct! 1 WEEKS' : ; ; r. ;\.oi.C.j.j.
i die f.tbeet the !is..:.i ity. *%r. gy ; .-'-,
1ei;' : jj The Senatr. qtf.thc: : : Kr mtwMe JtJf > df l wifca r jff tu .ssI "
j tmmedjMc; ;influence jn fosterrefinement ".. t) 4; rfj ?J..r-t ; *& 'l ; Jkil! 4l. 41M. \ < aiajai ,
< ( fitr letter of Axtmtiitara&NiBfna i4MjaWC.rj .
> consTdcrable. J dif ]ij&1&n -.
f.fi'dLei b ,th : "> "! : 136VHjKU 3aflal0/29,773r* lie ter,. US, 'L'.) '.j ,_ ----- "
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the 1 \te. ,. .
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emittihg / ; '
, lry} tinf "JtJtT rigi".. Atbe : r. Xr $65 r6yri70: ; ; VtIe'&henectady 4 \ '.
roadiirou certain
CI : ,Hudson 5,657. / Ormnjo Coaoty, AwfvfTia Ull. i
5,6661 ,:
? of 1heDtIiCMT'Ifld ;
'i Religion tire; more i hnprc.- &i nlg. de I It 1 4 -- .> -I -* **
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p : ? .0Skerlats Sale. ;iE-10. UpperSawaBHcc Sprig. ; .tl$ ,'I '. *I '! ; :1 ..f'Q J'VJ1'Ji.J.1tH.: t... :', IJ.M .C
i a writ of Fieri .Facia,mood ,Cut S : -- Florida a..Swvanna*pelef. ta.
BY'iriue'of tte op
< 4 TitiTubcfHr:,bating wrently
Circuit .of Fiori iubscriber I f I II" 'beabov" esiabKhment,wlih agrret.rcOnteiifrnce "*.'" .Sr.'JelWi"
, Countj of Dora I will expose to pubKc*Sale, in .a'THE'1 his fronds'and the frabKe,that' ; '," J v.- I I ; and'. ecommodati nn ofwhom $tose St. .MWp. Hwwk: awl c.,

froM nfihe Court.Iloosa ia the city Jacksonville, a Ie1eOttbe.bOTSC.IVI'isbmrnt '. .; : \ illhealih oritirMv'f might ,ttract toportion Ibi 'the U.S.'MaM to it* .Ur e j>tae**. .
U Ibe MM! County;on the first Monday of Srp- fora'term ofjears, .and will be'prf"r-Rd' "" fi of Florida soKcils the>Ho8age of the I Tfce repaar _aIIn'i a111

leather, A. D. 181G. between .the lejpat-honrt' of :to acc m. 1t'all who'mav favor him With their' '. jmblk that, nOw mbomayfavnrJMm .111 .,MATTHEWS, P. .. .
.%Ie on that day. all that certala Lt and of I :; trusting ,
parcel patronage; Aa/regards' the qomTHiesof : find their comfortDeflected.: trr; has been tAaravajMy--Q
Land situated lytnf and being In the Town of the water' they cannot be.arpajsed by any watering -, DENSLOW & WEBSTER S The anything healthiness noquiitp.lCt of Jacksonville its protection LaflW" far decks 'aad _ctuw trbwkT
Jacksonville, In Dovat County, known and described America. The Springs will be furnished and MMMed Del L ""'
place in. opened SAVANNAH GA. from the barsb ana ..and ,its easiness of access somrly' { wP .
oa the Map or plot of said .Town, as water by the. first day of)fa1. ,Charges will be moderate have secured It the mocb,improved. As f4r O..ftI Uf .
: I Lo .Q ber mae (9) and bounded on the North, and every attention* be paid to the comfort D&AU s in'the. following 'articles whkh will be from any of point il* : always'tdvaniajseous placfl fort, ,heOtberoute.5 q* ".,..

hyBtf street on the Sooth, by the River St. of all! who rosy favor,him riih their company. sold okas reasonable terms, ia any other establishment reputation Florida being for the e most of Invalids.. Airing Thisr boat wity arrive at ..s.-i. .

::1 J.'. OR the East by water lot number eight. FRANCIS ,A., HOSON Troprietor' in the Southern cou.try. in East winter To sncb resort lie offers accommodation Thursday morning before the'-''t';'

((8)vand.the Wect,by.amlot Bomber tea,(10;) :June 5tb 1846. 8tHEAD 4 .COMPLETE assortment or Agricultural the season.which peront. acceptable daily line of steamers fur Camfirttaa, .. '
iji and also the Wharf therm foroaerly known isMason's JEplemehts.. consisting of 28 different sizes and *, bf'1.'i..i1I"pt'O. hii1
and medical oft'. highest,or. ,. elf" etealeg.Also
wharf being the .same premise now QUARTERS, patterns.of:Ploughs; Hoe, (various kinds) Axes. as advice .r.frinf la take
used and occupied by Fernandez & Bubee, as a 12TH REGIMENT. M. Trace arid Ox Chains ShoveLs and Spade, Hay can be commanded in the town they may rrlj., or passengers barqtM line 'wliirb leaves passajHiJirig ''

:.. Store! &WbarC Taken In Execution,and will be JACKSONVILLE- and Manure Forks Patent and American S phes, upon the most careful attention.Northheienccasl41flll7 delayed Thursday'a J, S ton lay for New.sa"-,sA 2
old as the property the hue James B. Mason, S" JOVK. 10TH, 1846.JVO. Reap: Hoo1c Grain Cradles, Corn Shelters, Corn Avisitorsfmmthe under the. that the arrival of the St. Matthews from'Flortte.Passenger ,

*f.eea ed, at the time of bit death as the suit ofUenlow. Qjmm mm ; l; and Cob Cro.h ra. Portable'French' Burr GristMills their coming, subscriber impression lakes tick *, with ,their bagrage, will"

.& Maxsey v*. Timothy Wightman, Ad. / S Hand Com.MillsStraw Cutters,Ox Yoke, bouse was filled the ia .I..iD that opportunity case, board either ImP,if required.The ""
minlstratorof the.said James B. Maion,deceased. PauntChUrna Foot Cotton Gins i Saw Gin., Patent to auut'8.aucb. future with ahof e boat will leave as follows f
Property poiDted'out by the Plaintiff I. The Twelfth Regiment Florida Fan Mills and Nails. be can always provide them temporarily.' comfortable Leave A. M.
In the ,at 8
S Tl OS. LED WITH. Sheriff DuvaJ County Militia comprising Militia of the Counties.of Full assortment of White Lead Colored Paints accommodations town. M Nil.v'cfaclPicolata .
W .55. : By A. W. CRICHTON. D. S. D. C.' Doval and Nassau having bern duly organized according and Painter's articles, Sperm, Whale,Linseed .nJCastor OLIV.aVOOD. Black Creek U P. M. .
3 HJacluonville.
Jack.onyiJJ"Dec. 1845.
lip f Jacksonville. ,'Fla. July 31. 18(6. to'Law by the Election of Regimental Officers Oil.Spirits Turpentine. ,V.mube.Vlndow ,19, ly mIght 1} -.
will divided into Two Glass
asbyLaw required Window Sash .
For or apply to
The above specified prorenyadn'rtbf'd for Sale Battalions. The First Battalion to comprise the S Gun Powder,,.Shot.Bar Lead, Percussion Caps FORWARD & ALDRICH, 0 onboardurto freight passage. Cant.McXrb

on the first Monday of September was sold accorlin Militia of the County of Nassau, will be commanded Foolsrap,, Letter, Wrapping,"and, PRINTING ATTORNEYS AND COUN8ELLOBS AT LAW. WOOD & CLAGHORK.Arenli.. >

< to Law fay the .Administrator on the Estate_ ; by Lieutenant Colonel TIUCT: and the Second PAPER PRINTING and"Writing INK. lIT Will practice in the several Gnirts of Law Savaaask. "*

-I... I b purrhaso'l by me at its full value, in December,A. Battalion to comprise the Militia of the County of Carpenters and Coopers Edge Tools;.GARDEN, and Equity. in the Eastern Circuit of Florida., FERNANDEZ, &B1SBEC.,.
M D. 1841,and paid for, and Ihave been in peaceable Duval,will be commanded by Major NORTON; who SEEDS,'warranted as good as any' to be found. WM. A. FoRWAkD. St. Augustine. A.ts.Jsd.,

fXMccMion ever since.. Tbn public are hereby inform will be respected and obeyed according to their office Orders thankfully received and promptly attended Louis ALDRICH. ,.Newnansviile. JOHN II. GUNBY. .
sji that it will cost the Purchaser a suit to get and command. c. to.- Agent Black tt.\

I. ros .ion. S. D. FERNANDEZ. S II. Lieutenant .Colonel Tracy and Savannah, Ga., June I9ih 184Administrator's LIVINGSTON & DOWNING_ tCTTbe: steamer SARAH .SI'ALDINQ,

0 .:;. M.jorNonna will, as early as practicable subdivide .Notice ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. in connection with this b<.rtand none orik4tii":, !
Battalions into
their Companies,
p be sold on Monday the 7th day of Sep leaving, an equal respective number of men In each,as near. O N the fir t-day January, 1847, 1- 'will present KT Will practice in the several C..rts of Lass terprisron Lake Monroe,one hundred sail
'" WILL next,between the regular hours be and responsible men to bold to the Hon. Court of Probates.for the ami Equity, in the.Eastern Circuit of Florida. fiw miles. 4b .Pulatka up, the St, &.*rfwrT.
& appoint two S
l *: ; t t>f Sale, so much of the Lands of James Herron, may Elections in each Company Beat so set oft. for County Alaehua, for.final settlement and allowance ,R..G. LtrmosToir, Newnansvillr. July S. 1845.__ S

and C. and..B. M. Byrno., as will satisfy the cost the offices of Cnpa n.,First: and Second Lieutenants my acconnts and vouchers a. Administrator C. \V. DOWKIHG. 'do. S United States Hattl "'"

;. and charges for Advertising, and a balance of of said Companies giving at least ten days of the Estates James Martin, and Samuel i Th. "n) )'IIC t. SAXifl

'}rI,1 Taxes due for 1345 on said Lands. Numbers, notice tar holding said Elections; and giving also, J.Smart ased.I.te', said County and willat -JAMES W. BRYANT, Jiit SPALD1NG. C.ru Rule." AaiW,

U quality and situation of the Lands," made known at least,ten days notice to said inspectors of'their the same time apply to said Court for a final ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, nf hating been thoruojrUy a*>
un the day of sale. Said lands are situated in Ley appointment.III. discharge from the Administration of aid Estate Jacksonville FJa. hauled her ilecks and raLin '.Lot1'1..cafe
Florida and will be sold the Court JOSEPH J. KNIGHT, Administrator. larged fur the accommodation of
/ County at As soon practicable after the S pa* eafei ,ha
iloose door (E. Daniels) of said County, by election for Officers of the several Companies of -Newnansviile, June 261846. Gm' 5-- C. GILLETT commenced hei regular I rip*.from' Palaiurultlerprue

S \V. D. ANDREWS,.Steriff; the Regiment;the Officers elect in said Companieswill NOTICE. AUGUSTUS ,.on Lafc*Munro0,'tip'ibe Si.. Jvea Bn

and Tax Collector for LeyY'County. be officially reported at the Head Quarters of ALL persons .interested, are hereby notified ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOB AT LAW. 125 miles above l'a1.a ka. ': '(

1 _July 10.Alacliua. the Regiment by the Commanders of Battalions. Six Months after date, I shall apply to Jacksonville, Fla221 The above'Boat, lro.ing PnUtk "T. '
: JOHN M. PONS, the Honorable the Court of Probate:for Alachuar Morning. after the arrival of the U. S.Mail Slmi

County Sheriff's Sale. June 12 -ColonelCommanding.Administrator's county, for a final di.rbare.frOan my administration f If rim Gfrotfjr l'aekei, St. Malthrw. Certain McNrlty.frw..
.' Monday,5tkOctober. 184C. on the Estate William Standley,deceased; ) Tonnah,carrying ibe U.S. AI.il.o the Hnriiacfj
BY virtue of tho power vented in me by law, I Notice. and also atHhe same time and place for my administration Watchmaker and Jeweller .place.. .

expose for sale.,before the Court House SIX MONTHS after date I shall make appli on the Estate of Martha Standley NO. 5 AfAl..T&ZJT.Retrectfully Paii.rng.rs .r w-I'.al"l'". will tale ilr st.

I ? door in the town of N..wnannille, on Monday tho n to the Honorable Judge of Probate of deceased,this 24th April, 1846.. informs the,citizens : M rrlww_ every Sal.mUy Krri.iDf, at 4 ..d.c ia
u5 5th day of October next, between the hour of 10 Alaehua' county, for Letters Dismissory, on the S S COTTON RAWLES, Administrator. ofJacksonville andits rici iJ.lhol Svii nnah.llieSteamerSorah.

1 and 2 o'clock the following property, or so much Estate of Ephram Tyner.,late of said county,de April 24th 1846. 6m be has removed to the house immediately Spel.lin. 'will ZiRtflJ.k.sontilk .
1L ,
' p thereof will pay tho State tax due on the same, ceased ; and all persons having demands against S NOTICEIS adjoining the one recently .vi. Pirvlala & Mamlari..and barkrwry

p. forth* year 1845, and all legal costs and charge said Estate are hereby required to present them hereby given to all persons interested S that t occupied, as,the printing lri". leering Jacksonville every Momlar eW
and about tho advertisement and sale thereof
attested for settlement. r
properly o'clock
date office of the"Florida Statesman"and is
Months after I shall apply to the now prepared
viz: an undivided share portion owned or claimed JOEL T1ESON, Adm'r. For fn-i-lil or .M ",apply in. the
pa Honorable the Court of Probate for th a county of toexpcute,with promptitudeall orders con- pa Captaia MHnanl.
by Frederick Marquand equal to 4554 actes _May 15th., 1846. GmAdministrator's Alaehua for a final settlement and allowance x>f Darted with the above line. or tu Frrnamlrz & Bivdrr, Arat Jack
thereof; in and to a certain tract of parcel of land end Mr. Grothe would also that I lie has determined .UI.Yil..
Notice. my accounts vouchers as administrator o.the say.
1aA known as the Arrcdondo, Alackua grant containing I I creditor,distributees and others interest Estate nfWHHam Dell),deceased,late of said county to confine hi* attention in future exclusively N.. D.II gm"U will U received ia Store,'
hundred and nine thousand six banirel
ft' j. two and forty five and eighty five sevenths acres, being agrant I THE in the Estate of Samuel Russell late ot and for a discharge from my administration on to work in these branches. He render hi* of Slurs:.in JurL*,n>iIIe &Sstaaab.Aug23 '

< made to Fernando de la Maza Arredondo & Nassau county Florida,deceased are hereby cited said Estate. ASA CLARK.Newn.ouille. thanks to the many! friend w ho have given i him

q a Son. on the 22d December. A. D. 1817,situate in and admonished to be and appear at and before E..F., May 8, 1846. 6m their patrnnaec. find fruits that his exertions hereafter Florida and SavaRBall SteaM
. Alacbua State of Florida. UM Hon. the Judge of Probate, of Nassau county, will ht>such a* to merit it. Packet.
4 county, ALSO at a Court of Probate, to be held at the CourtHouse HOLMES & CO.. From long practise in his hn.ine.f, h.* frr!. THE regular Strum Par''. W1.

l[ ,1 .<.An undivided sliaro 01 portion owned or claimd in said county, on the first 'Monday in HOLMES & CO.. have removed himself rompetent to give satifartioo. arid hi. .c STON. C... F.at I'ft'k..ill.
1 i. ? by John N. Sayer in the same said grant,equal January 1847, ,and chew cause if any they have MESSRS. of Merchandize the rharges will he/ minlcrrJe and as reasonable.'' l asthose ilve Ptrolals every Frtdajat a'. '
whyI should not be discharged from all further to large oldie North. in 9 A. M. on -orli week, and will Liure 114
(t to 455 acres ALSO administration of the Estate of said Samuel Russell I building occupied by the United States, known as S N. U. Clucks anti Watrhe* repalrrd| in the best I*. M. f or Savannah via Mandarin, lack. iJk.

'* An undivided share of portion, owned er claimed in pursuance of an application then and there, the Government Building. Tby have, aiMed to manner and at the *h >rte" notice. St. Marys, and all mlwr imn>> Iialn Uailinf,aaj
their,stock, by the laio arrivals from New York,
Jacksonville D.-C. 2C. 1345.
Co be made by me to said Court. suit in Snvantmh early on Sunday mu.n4ap.
in the said S
try John K. Townsend same grant, S a full assortment of,Dry Good, Groceries, Hard r
455 thereof A. RUSSELL, Adm'or. l'A tIP.n;.r. .r Cha'.Hn caD late ai 3.'dscbin
equal to acres Provisions &c &c.
June 12th ware. S. W., DOGGETT'S in th, .
7 ALSO. 1846. 6m IH evening daily line f Sleanierfl.Tito .
They have on hand, now landing from brig Virginia .
c a tt n nm in uhf 3rIeSNI
An undivided share or|portion owned or datmedVilliam'Tbom..a. S from New York 50 tale Hay 50,.- .. amnerno
NOTICE.ALL .1.1.Vir.Jpr'.
-0. Brig IJm*.>f TarletsNew 5.
of the New
\ surviving
fry Lime. 20 thousand Laths, 30 boxes Cheese 20
:: ip interested ire hereby notified that VtHt, of whIch leaves
one JiWay |
in tho said
York Florida Association, same grant..equal kegs Butter.20 kegs Lard 20 bbls. Pork 20 half
thE) expiration oaix.months. 'aftt"r'thecla inurning:
to C322 acres. thereof. tt'hereof, I shall apply, to the Honorable the bbls. Berf 20'Lbhs. Bread, 50 bags Coffee, 50 Tli- GaMon d.
ALSO >e* m4 return.lu Bhrk CiviL.
'Lt0.tf 1'iK (l-bl,. Liquor 100 Ploughs, Iron of various size.
Colin of Probate for.Alachua county,. for a final her lu Savannah.
An undivided chare or portion owned or cUinvdfey Glasses boxes Pipes, Tobacco &c. &c. AU of --- .. way
of and
nettleraent accounts discharge ( .
- Jarvi of Noah Jarvis my my
Charles A. *. cxftr.utwr
which -
wit! low
they sri at prices.
leceaed7 ,in bo same said grant, equal to 929 admfnistrntionvon the estate of James L. Town. SEMINAR. Y. Tin ." onqwing| .this Ijnr, mil i twnJv
Jacksonville. January 9ih. 1846. - -- -
.I S semi, deceased late of said county. If drMirrU-d ...
acres tbcr courfc of instruction pursued in this rreuhrlr rery.M. UGI&lb,:
i'I. eof.ALSO.. JOHN TO\VNSENDA.ImV.&c. Live Oak Agency. THE i. founded she of induction Brig CUKTf IN.T.'Lvnfu matier.'jai Jfcr.rJ
An undivided sham- ;portion owned or claimed Nownansville, May let, 1846. 6m NOTICE: is hereby given,that having been ap S and aimlojy. Student upon WMI principle am AUGUSTA, A/M. Sln-rwuml!. aa*,.
by the Government of the United JIIIK- .
f"y Isaac FnMt in the .same said grant, equal to NOTICE: to enter Collie, may. hen*, |mr ue ilie rquUltc '- 23.Now
:. State, Agent for the protection of Timber un the hark 31.
5 2461 thereof. VKRNcKC.W.CUrfy.matrerJnf
acres studies 'while thoje who de i ,1for.
nrc not
persons interested hereby notified that Public Land in East Florida all ;:
ALSO. ALL persons who may RriSA4NNAHA. II..' maMrr.j,
a profession, tan select such bratichfs ,
.An undivided share or portion owned or claimed the expiration of six months alter datr, J have trespassed or shall hereafter commit any ire- best suit their etl hj.'c!*in life. as may U f f EXACT. Johnson, missirrJety Iti

hy John M.Scamore,in the same said grant,equalto shall" apply to the Honorable' the Court of Probate paSts by cutting down and carrying away an/ Live Thn regulation* of the Institution formed ri iHXCKL.. C. B..Smith. ma.er.Jalf!.
for Alaehua County for a final settlement of m) Oak r other timber from such Lands, will be dealt an The,.. vessels
Ip thereof. cunmandrfi
929 ., by Otr awexperienre
acres and from with lh*single ile i i; f promotine the iuirllclual
accounts discharge tration
: L
my on with as the Law directs.
who .
ALSO nill exertion ramaW
u e
and moral advancement its memberii. every \
ThjIJ. An undivided share or portion owned or claimed said the estate William Sparkman deceased, lat* of JOHN L. TAYLOR. S The discipline l. iniejded he slririlr"parentaL Pa.M..,*",B* r* rtif rfaLh as posaibb'. S .

by Mordecat M. Noah, in the same said grant county.JOHN SPARKMAN AnWr. & February,20ih. 1846. Agent U.S.. &c. The Preceptor desires In cultivate with liii"pupil, They will 0fpiinctuaHy\\ .a. ..hwesad .all

equal to 1365 acres thereof. Santafee Pond;May lit 1346. Gm State of Florida : Circuit Court. habits of kind and familiar intercourse, and to influence Cases La towed to sea by n Siea.

ALSO. EASTERN CIRCUIT.-A riut. TERM, 1846. them rather by an appeal in the (tetter GKOUGK: HOLMF&
An undivided.haro or portion owned or claimed Circuit Court. BRINY STIPHKNS ) In Chancery. I principles of the heart, than by severe ant disgraceful 1eAI.. J.rLa'"

Ity the 'heirs.at law of Alexander Muir, de "EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.MAT **. punifhincnt. Berth.can he; .veeiired at St. Avgmisis'os; ar

ceased, in th same said grant,equal te 4641 acres TERM, 1846. BURR ILL STKPHCKS. f)BilI for Divorce.. An .r-curaIPA.nllnf nfihe delinquence of every plication t... B. i:. CARR& CO.r'ti'

thereof.' \ SAB RIKA S. CLATTOK ) UPON application of the complainant in the scholar ami al.. of the degree of attainment i* -_July 15.""1845." 5 5 11

S ALSO, vs. >Bill for Divorce. I named Bill and upon the necessary kept; a tn)py of which R. .unt. in ronn xion with Circuit Coart.

1 i Aa undivided share or portion owned claimed PIIIUF P. CLATTOJT. ) affidavit being duly filed, and it appearing that the the regular term hill,is transmitted to every parentor EA3TKRX CiacciT or FU>RIJ JU S.

t c by Jeromus Jchnson in the Same said grant, equal reading And filing the Bill .)f complaint above named Diirrill Stephens,is without the reachof guard!. who may desire ir.TERXS 1. C4aaiccry. .

:i, to 8500 acres.reof. UPON cause, nnd the return of the Sheriff the procexs of this State S FOR A SESSION OF T\V LYE WRKKS : F. J.Ja..rM ExrcutnrofJobnF. % q "S S

i ... THOS. C. ELLIS, uponlho Subpccna Issued herein as well'as from It is hereby Ordered, That the said Built Higher Branrhe, $3 00 Brown deceived fur.him Vfrta | I J. '
1? Sheriff and Tax Collector. affidavit read and filed Stephens, be required to and CoMmon Branches, 7 00 I Creditor
now by ,which it appears| appear answer to the w. I N ut w.". ,
NcvsVansvjU; *._20ih$ March, 1846. that said defendant, Philip P. Clayton reside beyond matters complained of him in-the above named' Latin and.Greek Claanics. extra.Lcs Benjamin A. r .narn. AdtntaluraJ t J C

jurisdiction of this Court; nd'I in'the State Bill, on the first Jay of the ensuing'Tesinof the on..in French, given at the request of | areni tornfiheeuaf9AfAmItr.MnIIi.il. 'n' -- ----. .I .Jd..f"ft..d. .

Alnck1la. County Sheriff's Sale. of Georgia on motion of R.. G. Livingston, Esq., Circuit Court for the.Eastern Circuit of Florida -. S 0 S n'J .
}I. WILL E SOLD on Monday the 7th of Solicitor for the complainant, otherwise a',decree pro eonfttto will be granted Any pupil withdrawn frorn she School before the PURSUANT to an order of thVHo*

: mber n.xt. between the hour of ten It it Ordered That n hearing take place upon to the said complainant and that this Order he end of the session excepting for ""finshich the of tM! rJutrra C wA ifFIot4da

and two o'c ck,at the Court House in the Town tho facts charged in said Bill Complaint, at the published in one of the puhlico new'p"rf re of the Principal approve will be required to pay for the in the above cause hearing date tk''

of Newaanh County Alacbua, a sufficient next term of the Circuit Court. for the, counties of Stnte for the, space of three months before, the unexpired part of that *c*,ion. ond day of March. 184G. the rredit"n IIlA.
portion of LII)ri undivided interest of John H. D"uh.CbrIi' Alachnaand Levy to be boldest on the third Moo- day .o appointed for the hearing of the cause. No dPdoetlonUI he madn in tbechirge against Hull. drrea&e4. lair of&*t Florida, (aIs4aunwthnbi 4

Brush Eugene Vannes, ,Julia A. day of December next, at the Court .House' in GEO. S HAWKINS Judge &c.I. a pupil for orcn/innal ablf"nnIn cases of protracted the par'183J.) are rrqairrJ t.e a*
Vaaness, al Margaret Brush, situate in said Newnaruville, Florida. JOHN G. REARDON, Clerk of the -said .icknt"" requiring she pupil to (hi' with in ami prove their debt before lU sob rneeratfof

County in nd to a certain tract or parcel of land, And U further' Ordered That a copy of this Court'hereby certify,that the above is a true copy. drawn from tho School proper deduction will be IH* matters of this Court at his e&'. II'

known aj Arredondo, Grant containing two Order be published in some newspaper, printed of an onler made rand entered in said entitled made. Court Hoii". in the city ol, St. AIII-.ti".

rj hundred OM eighty nine thousand six hundred and within.this Circuit,for thn .space of three months, ,cause, on the thirtieth day of April. A. I)., 1846. ? No pupil received under nine' jenrs of,a e.- before the 20th day of Joue 1N'Sf.or ill"

'*r!, forty five id five sevenths acres, being grant from the date hereof once. in" each week. succes r L b.i In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my Till rule from the_ inconvenience experienced by tl>ereof. ,they will bo excluded from the
;bi made to F nando de Ia Maza Arredoado and.son, sively.And. .' 1 ,hand and affix th. seal of said office occasional exception heretofore, will, !a. future, aid de .rie. '
on the22n lDOC mb r, A. D. 1817 to satisfy and .. it further Ordered,5 That in default 5 JNO. G. REARDON,' Clerk. bo steadily enforced. GEO. R. FAIRBAW

pay the tats due to th Starn of Florida from the., the appearance,:'of said. Defendant or "answer,to May 29. 1846. 3m The School is, now in ,n flourUMng condition. Main in O.-rt t

il a persons aWe' named, for and on account of their said Bill, adecreemay be taken therein at said S IB Circuit The building is a Urge, commodious mail elegant Sr. AtigiMiino Rf rch 13.Kaaawaff. 1846. f- ..
interests ih said and all legal costs and charges hearing. S Court. structure recently .erected by 'FLORIDA LOOOR

:: ..inaod abpt tbo ad von HmeAt and sal* thereof.. I, RAMON" SANCHEZ, Clerk of the Circuit EASTIRM CIRCUIT or FLORIDA.. No. I, of I. o. o. F.Jbs Bessh1
County of DuvaJ 1. From the. GdlioovUe JaitDistrict.
S THOS. C. ELLIS Court.for tho,countien of Alaehua and Levy Ckaneery.. S location is one of well known sabbrity and
'5 Sheriff and Tax Collector., Kings ley B. Gibbs,sort i. .S. C.. a
do hereby certify, that hid foregoing is easy ofacceu. Board be nbtaineit t. If'JrDII'
I a true copy Benjamin A. Putnam may at reasonable 'Inc,' hifh. dark cwnplexfoa
yillC",.F-' 1J.27, 1846. of the order rates in families
original now-on record in my office. .retpectable ,in tU place. amfhas betF
F.ecutorsnfZepbeniala speech
S i WIT*KSS my hand and seal of office this' BOil'' discoveryand Jaeksotiville.' E. F.. March 27th. 184Sly 1. .... Ho a seve e -
AlaclMi CoHHiy Sheriffs Sale. LL. s:J ,Kingsley I deceased, S U about 26 vear old.and uysi'IsMELFORD ,
16th of -S
D. f846.S S
day M.y.A. Relief
1 ATTI BE SOLD, ontbeTth .,Septem* Complainants! and IB Circuit Court. and that he beloaft IIS' '
< between : RAMON B.SANCHEZ, H. .for an Injunction.George EASTIRK CIRCUIT Petit! t.tC Meriwether) .TA$
.t f'<: .' Vyd next* the hours of 10 and 2 22/1846. '3m .ClerkCircuit. or FIUIRIDA. county, Georgia
o'clock, I the Court Haute in the Town of New. May Court.Circait 'Kingsley .' 0 County of Dval:' f C1aattr'7 lara,will be paid for his .app'rehensioa

sianuihI a sufficient:portion' of Ibe interests of Court.- S Defendant j S HCJC&T M.-Luiucr in jail,. so that I may get'-him agaJa. -,J

I S Henry I M IJy.. dcc.a'ed.. to satisfy the amount ofaxes EASTERN"-# c CIRCUIT: ST.,JOHN'S, COUNTY. It having been made to appear satlifnrtorily by vs. BUI for.account EDWARD M! LL1GIrL
jlj fo tho',State of Florida, on account of JpRK. RoBtXSOJT' > \ -' affidavit that the Defendant Georgn Kingsley.! resides CORKKLICS TAT LOR, } Partition 'Sheriff Beaufort .'
afd lnt *ti including all costs and charges in w. I. beyond jurisdiction of ibis Court end in WIWSLOW FOSTER, 1 Real i Estate, Dec 15 if L.

V aDd tbe4vcrtisemeitandsa1c, thereof.. flguAwuc.D.HtnaIorr'InCbaocery., the Island of St. Domingo in the Went Indies,on HiFwife, MARIA' FosTK .ct.al. & AtI..lalslrater'a ''lV.Mae.'

Sbld jlwest.was' returned to me by G. R.Fatrb'atji HCKRT ByARXSTROHO, S motion of B. A. Putnam, Esq., Solicitor for,the TT having been m.le'o appear by affidavit to SIX month after date, I shall make .

acre pi\COflflfTflOl by'llw Supremo Court toKosesll TT having' b made: to appear by affidavit to IT II ORDXREO That: the saM George KingsIcy -Defendants, Winslow! Footer. and his wife of Nassau, for Letters DbmUsoty, -

ty, in Alaehna county. J the'satisfaction of the Court that the several do appear and answer the Complainants Bill Maria Foster, formerly Maria Dewee*. reside ]in : of George Hi, inbotham. late of Mid\C

; THC C.. ELLIS SawridramlTax.Colfector'N .', dAfVndants in the;above I entitled came reside beyond within six months.or,the same will, be taken pro the State of Alabama' and hf'und jurisdiction deceased, and all persona having
MrilK; 'Feb. 1.. 18.46. limits of the State of confruo against him of this COurt. on motion of'Gregory Yale said
,. ; :tin ;. Florid and the Etlf, estate, are hereby .required dfo..f
,; J S
:, ,.__ S' -- jurisdiction'of hs! Court,. but within the United AID IT ruttTHia ORDIRKD. That a_copy p? Solicitor for the Complainant, 0 properly attested for settlement t
+ : : Jf 'rICE.J 1ns this Order, be published in some Newspaper printed It it Ordered, Tliat. the said Wjnslow Foster
: '1, States t on motion of complainants Solicitor, it is I JOHN ,
,j'L- > baring rlemands.against lh.. Es ordered 'that the wild defendants Ho'appear"and within.toe said Circuit eoee a .week consecutively and Maria fester do appear and answer the Con.pisinant's t'eb.2 1846. Sat .

1 ". ., '. 1).j. ;:.!(.John) Brown! .late o1. Fernandina, ...ertH complainants bill within,Poor Month*i, for 5 tiv months.THOS.. DOUGLAS will b*taken Bill,'aj, within confessed four months,. or the same l\.T eTICE.--A LL persons.i r.*** .
I JndgeS against .
"': Na flntywill please render them woU au- or' the same will b.tioif.i.d: against :'
: ;, ". thut >d-wHhin-tho. legal lime, and tkn e.,who thaw; find it",I U further,ordered.that copy of this 7, OscAitfita', Clerk' of said:.Court,, hereby S Aj U Artlw .Ordered, That a copy:bf Spanish hereby Grant Informed that ,5.jb23ii'1
are Iii iI to tlw''s W:E tate, will pltsso teak.1ml Oid r/duJi certl6 d; !by the Clerk! of this Court certify and the above to 1)0 a true copy/of ao Order. IhlaOrderdtilyc by theCierkot this Court, of land i I..Moriea Domingo, E. F.. ia TPwi114 ,
5 ) made entered la said EntMedrca be-pQl bed eeaaty
#,- r"r.a'mf'Id to S be published in soffit Aewspaper printed within'the of March ,, on the Eastern Circuit InseneWsp.pe primed within the South ofilw.base aad 21 E- (- .
A. D. ravjEe
of -
Nfeth day 1844. : Florida
tj I r1'OItN."A. Executor.iFc ; ,.once a week
.e.a cAVED, .; Eastern Circuit ofj once a week coiriecu.dycTfor.fourtnnnth.5 S .JN TESTIMONY; VVHEREOF here. tive, consecu' than, kirowsoti tbe Spanish plot,aa W IO4'mock.
I 4kiaJci31846., '$m' .I if' Signed) RTi !I forfottrmwxhs.THO. and about Marion aad AbrbaaWrimafkieVor -,
I unto set :ray hand aad affix the .
S A"GEO. s.rHAWKINS'Judge.:& a-a-J uld Co 5S .seal of. I OSCAR DOUGLAS, Judp. Haifa ha..ck.. w.'aw.1tV-
,4 t. .9TICE St.; Johns County Circuit Cbdrt. rt.. HART.Clerkof 4 Co rl.hereby "
S ', OSCAR, HART CInk. certUy Ox* above to be, ..' preeekoiw oe EE.'a: true
Hte.\ will the of
apply to I, PETER B. DUMAS krkof said Court, cop, an OnJat r..me tfud s.1I Mp4. ,'
S .81 d, o.r..te frlais Couftfct do;bcreby'certify the fnregolojr'to be a.Troa',Copyofan(0rderof March 13. .__ .4m_ S made and entered in saM entitledcawe.on tie JI- LED..4IlI

i.' :, ;1 S ty Ie ,' '. of Fierlda,:'forMett.rs of .Adminls-. Reconfaffyxol{ of* Tefc..et>. Seed.; S ., dqoFebrnryA.D,184, IN .riit A '-

: i .: I, ...e-fliar.. u1i13rtiau. -; Uteaf" [L, 5 1 ,WITNESS,;rar haml and the seal of.laid ,FRiSlJ.aU rior Cuba (Vuelta de 'Abejo)TI [r--l-L. S.] TESTIMONY unto"1et WHEREOF, I fcere-; .J Inott ., Nor. 13,'W5.OF I '
'iJ4 1jJJ. ',.. .:S.S .* -" ',CourVtUs.., '12th'May.;,D,, 1846.4TETERBtIUMAS for.sale at the itore of w.:1. 1 mJIiMd'_ Jltl,aStbe'.l. ., .],
,4 .p.. 'r u., HART. .. 4', S : Clerk.. S S 'I.Tt.1 < S ;'tJOIJN. teL"PONS: :oasktQ, ,' l( JtIf *

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