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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: September 11, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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j"! Cot Letters of Artninistration 5 00 within !the WyandpU cession.i : : system} of ) :NB1Y yIROINIACOBBBSPONDEJfT. : faceup whiskered. dekjroU'Muiyfypu -
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.U11u reIigioal; noces will be iDlehed grated I.riff. An act for the relief of John Mils government 'witljli.berality : scrap YJu. .;. S V -
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1"'te peroflt conlmunica ons will 'te ld- of.Escambia county; 'Fldrida. i ,ifestcd ?boat "
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It Mf'I Atl bus II4'r i4rb Privin:. mUll be.paid Q ilipJir" act, ;tocarry jnto.effec.t the cqn.. cal! pr u iple.and of agovernmentHyhichsh6uU .St\id Aunt, Sally ,Spain; you' young have:seen It d..Her drew paaker ("; f,
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01' ) opinions, npw-a-days thinks. oho*: me wadded in a ,dozea i
ETMI .oq nvanjettion$ mast be tddrrued, to the Republic of Peru,concluded ai Lima,: 'and not of faction. YOu".knows and '.
1' s- 2'f,1h4JItE4(1be p4i4 They co.risder.-.th! everythhigjust, 'cause your dad. places, wears two pair of atayt.
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:;.- c "present,government as illegally constituted 'dy, the'old fool,'had money .enough to I her, false ,teetlrdoart stay ;Ia well, aad '. w
A\ act establish the ,
to "Smithsonianinstitution ,
TO KATF. ', ;:xvhich has 'discharged its mU- give you a college:education.: knows sheputs, castor 'oil i J;oa .bef wig Ma I. .
; .imP', irate, for the increase'an' diffusion .. ionian .oppressive mann r," having. more'bo niggers:; ', a great 'sight than dam I can',t. stand such careleisaeswomaa .-..: I r

".ht1t,tttine.an.1'1 thy I t iiiJt.4DJ 1S..1on. thee, of knowledge,among men.' 'isgued an, 'anti-popular! degree, whose you does,'bout all that drotted Latin you'l11etmeU.nowj; reckon.rhe'df .", . .. .
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'1.' 1'iJe.lnnPd 'e f'I.t"r't*p ran, and diplomatic ,expenses' ,of gov-, While engaged in this xletestable'Jntn-! 'vtrahpdyv! : I reckonyou .never :hard I two minutes. she and* her daughter ",

- .- And fM'lIllf"'Jn. rd: ermrient, for the year ending tho thirtieth gue, it has'neglected'defence.or-the me t roh T :'J 'oman Iktscjl" I were seen. streaking down street .prebly. :
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.tih. rauHn: fs1s 1"11' June fei hteen' hundred and I [
all thfl mJud 1"e beurd.Thubmur1bflnanwn : forty national.territor;'aridabandoned; 'at the acknowedgedTnevbrw tI1d.lhe. to tear out the eyes.of the dre*. ,
se"cQnnd for other purppscs.. frontier'the 'army assembled to protect. old lady, after lighting her'pipe, con: *ketCsangepap.4 ., : ,'(

Kau'f; .- ', .....An act making appropriations for the, ,i it.., That the .Republic is hastcningio. tinned. <
And L ltwod IIJ' I'y;' cI..k; :,nayal 1 for the ruin and that "WclIIetsey 1 nn.ll I lito-d\'aou\h -ES- --' -
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a' n, IIUff" f'j a''I'i.il If'"t.kToj.rhum',1 -..", '' thirtieth Jinie, eighteen' hundred. 'necessary to work assiduously, to''-draw by; my poor' old ,dadcly,. and I.thirik r exception, is the most, indqstrious mm .

n" I "lIIIrrn andfortyscven. close together th.eb'on'ds'. union, un hilp-. fr rnthetimo we fust could clav- i ofhi time. He is not only hjs own -.1 '

flt'l WI'.r lefr* nect1rrt4!. An act to provide for the"payment? of ily now so'relaxed, 'I y, abjuring al\( bur' erly run .?bout; 'we was the thickest of compositor, pressman, ana 'devil, bat ,- "' :- .

) .IIC"ranirn. pound:of ha h.-ani.l..allKate, .j"; the evidences public. debt: in certaincases. private opjni)ns. We,,therefore, adopt' any ,thing I/eyer eed.. 'Well, 'nrter' ,1 keeps a tavern,1* is ',iUag postmaster, :_ ,

\ i.n: sU tlzt'. \We "I ,' ; the 'declaration! (plan).,proclaimed ,.by ,. grew/up and married yer uncle N a'.we ,town clerk, captain of the militia, mends \

ht it ...i. nn wrong., 'Kate; .An act making appropriations for the, the people' and.garrison 'of tKe.city of went to lio> se.kcepjng, and .I was so his own boots and ,shoes, is i a.pettifogJ \\
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: .It'anin .t 'I payment of pensions for the Guadalaxara the twentieth distrust at the idea)of parting from Bet- of* deals
.r.nebi) ur a Jul-f1nni' navy year, on ] of -May ger notoriety, ,in ,red flannel '
41Tn11 I fn.dlC'fi 1nt"C'.u'd"it- ending thirtieth June, one thousand 1 last, up to 'the' fifth article! 'inclusifp, sey that daddy he makes me a present tnakes patent Brandrcth aj>ilfc, peddles \ N-

A uJ.I..n .ta.'r tn8el 1.ie..1: ms'PIr..', .ight.hundred, and forty 'seven. < .with the following additional: other; and.:she was I the us fulest to be essences and tin ware ttvo' days; in the. ., .

I "itJ..uaw.ut .tirs..i d" '/' An act authorizing the payment of 1st. All citizens in, exile foe, pqliti- sjjre ahelpingmo ,to keep house,.tendingsto .-' week,, is parish fcexton, nn'di always

rfllt th.&i all faltlall" ulIn.1! "-f the I J'Pllffl.1JJr. onns. KntP.RR certain l ims of the State of Alabama.PIUVATE'ACTS. ,Cai offence. !'from. ,the year ..1321 ,loj tl! milld and joltryand the like; preaches Sunday when. the minister '

present' date, are at ,liberty ,torgurh;, { ; in fact she allers toted, the keys.for me., is absent. addition, to" tbif.he hat & .

I \ )ER AND -nil:FLOWERS. Private-An act to provide for the and we'invite them to e lera ia: the. 'She's been keeping house for now nigh' scolding wife sixteen ungrateful and

BT HSSRf IV. t.) C1ELU'\V, final settlement of the accounts of John defence of the present plan.' .2d.. By 'on forty years, and I nev kotch .her 'disobedient childien, arid a,large circle

1Idr1. i. .r..,.. "I.....,.R nl. ISA4. Uf'ath, Crottrell, J late agent for the Cieek In. this,, no cjiango.shall take place! 'iri the: with nothln', of mine 'till. a fortnight of needy' acquaintances,5 'whom be entertains .

I;";'1..1i. iiieti: :''11. dians.Private.. I state.! of war,which ,exists between the: ago JastjMonday! I was a ,washing of on conditions .unknown, ,the -

Jl Awl..rt U-e ttoe 50111.ar.I..1 t'rl tI'8.t) crith grow 81 ttt"1 a"brl9ilhi...n.shJllhtf'DfJOIEhuhat ,' .-An act for the' relief,. of the. ,! Rpnublic.and t the United States; to ,the, ':tho'ups and such.Iik, arter breakfast." p' blc.V' nt .coiifd the village. do .
heirs of Robert Fulton. Congress whi h'sbajl.. assemujc} will be 'Betsey' s ys'I-.1ust'ln: thcni words- without him1

i. f.;.," ..jihlipf) nES LtiTIoYS. ,the! task! of rev lving-ihis question: to .*take'the key and go to'the st -ro m and, p. I-T 1 I'

TbttlZdIb..lar..lhur,"IJ.\ !..uUill but\1bP... ilflqr.lt'd flowrn i i.Itftillt'wect to. me, Joint resolution directing; the pay: Mexicans, ob d(en o'to 'determination g tout. the.flour.and things for'dinner.1 Here's. a' touch" fur the. ...schoolmasteragain. '' .

J .ill ;i\'t'dim ,11.tsck isnin..' ment of certain vpluntcer3 .andniijllia, 3d All citizens within this department NV ell, the oldloman, startedoTand( : ar The man of birch must, have'-
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under the'lirnitntfonstliercra. } prescribed.} ..! and without, are invited( ,to: ter ,a while..I. finished' a.washfn' ,up, in stood aghast, upon perusing'it. I ,
n'Jtrol.fdlfi nU\v"r. xjib ft'Rflul eei; fact was I 'gwine to for "Snr Yul plas to excus siin John /I
Joint resolution for ,ilie admission .t thkeup! arms against the presentorderof a my room my my
$1eIi'4'd )pit .Ir.ill Iravi _
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II' (.r ih Ior.I frllipmln .urui tt the State,of Txasinto the Union. thinsantl, support' this plan, whichhns sowing' 'terials, when 'who should I forbeiniardyforhe'didde t leve the "j .

IJrlu.usiJ 1>U ,b..a'... Joint resolution! relative to, the.print-1 for"iu solo object the public good.ThVjsameirintation .' ,meet, right slap in the face, but"Betsey, ous.iI.1., ififteen: mjnates ago and;then I

,-Mj L..lh.lhnrrd..r hf",.nuw"r.a)," '!' Sing arid distribution of the annual estU. is extended' to'the'; aborning from tbe'sto-room with a largebasinof I the clock .was run dpwn; .so that we- '. j

Tbr reiperai1. an.1 flp'iI..I; ': mates. political and ,military authorities.ojMl ; gar under!her r q1\t e old could'nt tell what time he did leve. I t I'

DPI.inUn*of llie fnnh.'bel, .', A, resolution tonutl1orize, the, transmission the departments. 4th._, As Jiis Etc thing hadstole.,. I couldn't a felt .wdf-. dorint thank you for floggin him.. roar !
Where b.wa OF.CA a cliitil.ft and ,presentation' books to lency Sen. 'Lopez de Santa-Anna: had serif" I had been shot. '1.Ord[ Betsey,.' cend ing hoam for a excus. He had: the I

*?,h*ll .::1!Mwm in-1IfdSU1 light, ,the. Minister. of Justice.France, !in:exchange the glory of'foutdiitiiE! : i Republic; and,. -I.dropping my hands just'so rash:: boopin coff six'.years ago?'. .' .!', .
Tri.* tanir.l by my carp, :ion.nndbustiri"in: tears. "'Lord Bet- .
j for books received, from Jiim.Joiitt whatever"may; have been his errors, he ; A shown Gainabor- .
4&id Mints upou ilir) garment white. I ,wouldn't it! I countryman was
has sey : thought thought
TtK"It" ,acrtJ blt1j.oDlt! ar." ,. resolution concerning the Ore- alyvays' .been' the firmest slay of pub-' ''If ough's celebrated picturepf the,pigs.- .
lic ,and die there ,was.an honest one in th watltl #
Territory. .liberty inter1tyoLthpa.J
gon ; .DUra" mistress t' -
.Alcl r ra, h r ;in' !n. A ,.1.'t ; %tuirairtvrruprjT.tno: 'gamson'proclaims, : :says like but"there SunfnoDodyever
g8' .- L Wn pt9XjJo..rJr retupurary : pigs; is one \,
into
Ttots.,..heo'ht".fttnm,", 'his"said Excelicricy their General-in- Betsey, busfmT tears too, 'my dear ,
SM 1..w1(0 wlluM: f.nl ,., .HU "b"in, mail service in Texas.A mistress,' ddnf? ,cry the C
retuins in cei tain surveys,plats, this planhas: ; been devised Dated 31st 1sinfcr all Jierble the trouh. : '
0.aolin :itv. in : creters; : to temt ion, o
cro nut s rmli and field, July, iS4-4O, A. :M. To this are apf -- *
notes. .
II..I"'r j r:un..llllr .I\\t and we will, steal.) J'been a.stealing all ; r
: l ; woman's JIdvantagcs.
pend.e.the names, 'of.theofficers ; :
woman
7., .. : A resolution appointing regents pt ewbracih'g '
n nrjeJ:vi iitsl lh"? fier'n rarIl1 ::1-! mylifEbuidis isfafustjimc lever .
I AIM! tth44 lilt' fl.iIrri R"a '. ..- Smithsonian institution. ; the whole,of those. serving in 1zotcl"I" may say'what sho likes to you, without -}"

I Supplementary' to ,the' resolution, of the.,garrison., was.Pos"sum"Hollow'. ,Ta., July:6: 1846. it.the risk! .of getting knocked down for- ,-'; .,
l&tf the works of : ,
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TITLES OF PRINCIPAL ACTSPASSED '- the exploring,expedition., -.5 LATEST :IFftOM' EUROPE. ". JACK ASHORE/DHILLING! AS IN4 I 'She can take a snooze afterdmner i :: r

AT THE 1ST SESSION. J Presenting the thanks of Conjressi The Jate; foreign, nevvs. brought put I "'F NTiy'r' i while her husband has to'go to \v tk. _

OF THE 29TH CONGRESS. ;' '\fnjor General Taylor his officers by the. 'C nlcdbma' ,.is of but little, impor.- I. At the, tim e,thatanrattackiiponjointIsabel She can dress herselfin, neat and tidy- '
An I. lance. calicoes for a dollar, which her, husband. "
act waking appropriations/or' .and men. apprehended: and the brave '
certain defensive -works, ,of the.United To refund to States .and individuals, The ei; -ling'of Holland, Louis i Bonri- sailors of tie: fleet 'were. transferred, to, ,. has'to earn and fork over. j

States for the fiscal year ending the' expenses incurred by them under,calls parte,';iCoiinrde St. Leo, andulather. of 'thc< shore, to cfd in tlie d" 'fence- of the 'Shecango forth into 'the :streets?. .:. .-

thirtieth day of June, one, 'thousand for 'U1i1it1 nntl \'( luntcerst adc by ben.erals -. Prince Louis .Bonaparte who 'lately J es*, 'Point,.the'ofllce rs' were'a'little 'nonplussed Without; belnginvitdtot4treat.Iatevc.- ':,_0', "
ciiped from,the fortress of Ham ''died' >jr ryi.coilee:J.&ouse, .. v' ::1 .
eijht hundred and forty seven., Gaines ad./Tnylor. at, ; in drilling them'' .i in ,"lahdtactics; ; [ *J ,' :

An act making.appropriations for the For the relief of- Lewis de .Rnsey, l.llegliorn!,apoplexy] on the,24th- ult. i The'word, of.command. ;>as''given,by.the I 'f'She'caa paint Jier face; 'if it,,is too- ", .

,.support of the military academy for latc n paymaster of|he army of the"United i' He was in his_ (J7th t *year.: ;" 1 > ., Infantry officer ,was.all "hamlpyer' .fist" .paleborflour'. it if too re 'the year ending'.the thirtieth June, cignteea States ,. ; AS"\\'e anticipated;. the 'accessional to the's' iJbrs. They could get' aljng' She can slay at home i in time of war,

hundred and forty seven.. ::. i resolution.rezulatio'g- th8 printing, the )Vhigs hasproIu dis.r ption' inblreland. with the -um riunln 'well enough, but I /and,ved again- 'if ''her f hu&badis'kiI1. .. .I d... ,: '. ..,

An act to regulate the proceedings in I Consressrarid establishing .theco.Tfpensationofihesame. .. O'Conr&el1and; the O' HeD. .when ifccame 'to ihe- "movements .they i SaEitzforOZI' rrr I 11 J .1.0.1 .: : "
7? t celr.he
:the circuit; and district. courts of the ''"*) '.r : I :section( of the .Rcpe Jeare'nt.logger.. 'were thrown.completely 1 ) 'rfn theIr beam- three most 'beaut.Cul.words. m die EnS -:. :'. '

United States, ayl for other'purposes.An .. Difrctingherian r 06_ 'procnri1g'i'tfle heaa?!' C liation."Itan. has belied- its endsand,; ,Lient i tt R. of the, navy ,was Msh:language are Mother Ho'ihe"and 1' ."

act to provide for, thetdistnbutionof printing Jor the two. houses.of.Cdn.gres.:5 .. baptismal brjq 't; 'it has 'b entho' 'compelled 'to ,aid his friend, of.the landicrvite. eavuu'r.. '* : '>'* .:; .

edition of the laws and,treaties' 1, ,.:.eo-t.,' ... ,.., ,.. tf Aj- ; ', ". ,scenepftortgry:! recrimination and'pero.nal ; ".'.. t : .. ;bpjeiwpjCUt/rom: ; an exchange :; '

of the United Little -,1 ,' The "row' extended- desirous'offorming' 1;
States, published by .- .5 : > .timlevplencee : The officer, when I paper, A young married 'man yikpar : ,4':
& Brown, under the" provisions' of :i"S \vANNA ECAtVERJV ., ., over:two or three daysrand: ,terminated. .the company intp. ,; line ;lathe:direction: .' elbow says that.all! the beauty aod,hap- ,; :': ':

the resolution of Congress, approvedMircli Cuuz, August:.;lt':184.6.i; :! :iub \ivjVhVra raloiAlr.Smith; ; 'P'ricqund inbf which' they were ,marching,: cried. pines connected with the above'three- ...' J ,.'f

3d, eighteen himdred'and'forty, ,Gentlemen4'strday: at:1 .::1Atj It1 :'jn'tellecf; "thU' Nation-rthe "C o pany into.line!" but the. tars only. ..words, are associated 'with tEor 'mt fflA.- f'- "<:{ t>v

ive, and for other purposes. .. this.; city pronounced' in 'favor*'ofJSanta. \ jnaoer.* we1iiust.bc, "Understood: to hitched 'uP' their'Browsers, and marcheclitv word \l1Jr&!'. ; r, .;;. r

An act to for the more effectual Anna l Federation 'and hiicqn mear ,of, tbatjiame oZ, till'Lie' : R'called ne'of attle8"up ,..
provide : : "Mr >by ; ; > t t .. $. G,..t'..n3 Ad, .'/";H'' "'
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publication of the.Jaws of the, Uni-. .veyance two .,Commissioners, 'arpatchcd .des, ; '4eoungjJreJapae; "'(nre,toofa lt for, abreast,on the'starooara beam,''\wlientDe -- .
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led States. *? to IIis'ExccI1Encytinvj1him. : tbe: more matured: views:and_ ,:acfrpit! 'policV3f ,- .movement .was, ,accurately and expedi- (Sl1 oking.-'Physfcian Madam; }'caL : ,>?

An act to refund to certain persons to come.ini rule the ,destinies'OftJfcx.: MWXfOdhnell. .They desire. to toJ1ycxecute4. He. .then wished to/, no longer prescribe for you ,unlfw'yo* :' -. :, JPQ:'

1flezcess of duty exacted, on, the. inpartition > jco, Tb eernost' g.ne.raJbei. ; S f ': cut the:cablewbictf; inda thorn to the deploy the men as skirmishers, and 'throw away.that pIpe. -,.v. .: '. :: i .

/ of foreign merchandise. w-ilUetile! ,the pending, djpcumes! ( ,,oe:::: (British .connoxionby' force-by the :Vr charge," arid' 'ordered ""LeofattsA3beardow7)I e atle.nYhYt, 'J IadQcorJ.ng' >: ,_' iltl'. ., :. ;:

0: An act for the allowance of,drawg'tftck .tweed, the. :ITriited. ?States and this coun'. !,- sword.JThei: : & i ibcrator1, .on the cbnifary. otftM. enm?; 'nd\QB- -. the. cob"every day or two, ;* .: : ; "
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l Ioreign merchandise imported : try, :7 ; : >aJ.-- is for J ing matterBinore coolly &like; ,a :whirlwindih; & Physician-u-o matterwbiIereeeni. '.: :: .,
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kjipto certain drstrictb of :the R.! Statesr.3m I n, I i o.theMifliityJiadictgp I' i-gettmg what he. an forhis country, loulhuzza. \ stickin-theur bayonets jnto ,tinuetosmokeatfali.do Besidea.Lweyoa -. "If "' :.'

f : the BritishvNorth'.American P o- i ed-j iniconsaiueiice.ofing Gen, ;Br r.thaV". and: Iampiirlng, J inwthe( supremacy of every clump,of bushes. or/slasliing/ with.. not change the stemfiuiA :.' a 'r .Jd: > :.'",.

1 :Zces, and expored to foreign coanl I ,been';f wo/nl'ast; PidntdiAte i his>*raoral-po\ver/'for: the remainder.The'distiuctibn -- 'their s br a"ey J't "prickJt pear'"v thi.thei I : -'with tU the.pilot i j.j 1j tok.a.. a : .' ; ......'

j ik, *Our,letters frpnVtlie capttal"-dated'[:; */ ; isV :that 'O'Conriell is "r c h. .t dcaalypoison. ete" jt, or .. ..
/ssufiicient
': ,Un act to amend the 'act' approved ;th3h% say t- ,, Ttha "the{new'iuinisr ; -,: ,mor PHt! eYoung Ireland ra I -Mdjpr- '---ofthe Infantry. .whv which to soflocate'cerosl 'iii.n: .

,J' onfril. eighteen,hundred and(or-, 'iere ..will;Tvithqaf exception,,Ibe fspps-' :.more;patriotic ;%;"'.i'.J ,',. ,- I '- superinteniling.the illJ.ordered,'!. Horrid iractktmada1i. .Orpfotagether. ,.., "

'.; four, ntitled"An. act directing the..1isposhion .1 .ed to'make'pea;eHvitfcahc..Araericans._ i 1 \ 'The 'prpceedng31Io.; : JPar-, .Iv 'on tbejreservel"! ,but WtWUeOi t, ( L j
of certain unchime4goO4 s |I 'Nothing'newr. : ,Irpmi'JJ orai <.nnQrsrl- I i jiament since1)urr4a8f. have beeu' barren. ,sai1ors-ke s 4 "the"' \vites .pt.A b JK oc Jt
wares o>. .merchandise seized for being> r\\ squadron, nor f. Ot\.t Ii-c.:: :ptper.! Coastinf. ] i'Bterest The, dull" :monotony: ''of jaJu redoubled,eherg ,. till .thefrb< } ffi! r" shoufdI. .' dofor should': >ltH .--- smokrnr.wa&' ,' 'J.: ,t'.f',. s'.' -

illegally .imported Into tHe United .relation 4 t6.the'tahfornias.. 11" i'ession-now'drawing*rapidly' 'tbaclofc ; 'who had h 4'the'order'explained .to irp'cri ,, czitCment'. 'tti.1, seernz1;iLprI $Ve- .

tateL" '1 ', .I v-JLUWi |'V.v.' ::' 5- I has beenirel ved by .twonighu: : d '01lt J fille:J.. ;: ,!ipl .rM?! gikscr-tup: ": :

Anacttograntacertaiaquantityof TheryeraiUrux, ..Idjendrfthsthe w discussion onlh iSpgu p ttUes,, .,'ihegovernment ,*utr' i1hep1d ,boatti- ,wiioacted-I m*mw *'Y r f n A 'd4.jint { Q'i'R.: '

.and29 aid in 'the J improvement of h HI,i'ns.U .,contains. .\ ,act ofupronounce- scheme has,triumphed>byamajorlty'bf : 'Ita: !i. flt. 7ppliedL .nstantIy-.3W' ,, elJ "' t'N n1tket found abylofjrmn *> '. ,
Wisconsin tni the 'the 265 to :.1351.? ) 'tWrOIO.: "lr l2.t4 lJP) ,' Bout shIp : ndnwa i < f 5
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,olrI 'riversp.id con15 ment on part>J garnson; tjeali f' !? the street t't by apal jn the 'Erito.11o'Wisconain. ."I 'planiadopted.at Guadalaxara! ,upon:: .on -r '.VrhAoiVlr. :rirtuflllvvabroffatsure < i' 1 'ui.goi,-aulsailje i t wle'dth .je.followed itTuntilbe-.ove.|$WUj' -

.' "- :: S which: it Is basea,* :together': '5wlih-tiio: ,. )h ,\ prt poly..alldplaceSl.sUgitthodine ; .lJlelt1i rit. Ef l m it, b O i ly.tha? F.OppedJ e; ,b |'.u4}Jiiifctuit "

s'.act makingppropriatonsfcwthQsuppc4 jaddres ofpthe :Commandant' nt' Veru'l 'i oi.Y J :c;n-- =.b'y''Q. : att;'. his, w axij1; riii .hi.rr r 6) other. d of the ibrwjf bet FWffe .'

or y '_Jo; '!koyeaendfg Cruzpn the-trpbps under.'his comiad.: : lensibr on,tneliiga.road to.'Free.tra.. !r.positioa, catha jthaperfechaU. ; firs ppriteAyw, .1'Tbeoudellarrnade ,

: othe,tIr' :.I n -t eighteen m1Ve-I: ; pbjpia translation; ;fpf.:f ch.4fthesd9cum f..: Sk bert'Pe l'g tJ Iu r ea. 1 it IJ ... t.- .- : 1 .. !;.- fat oatone.oft; h> l.M *d.J' **/W -. .

.1rett:1: forty "',ea. SIII :. -nte' _% t'..t t'll f} .. **.* generousffiu u"rr%'ril and-7 theFgrfat' ;: '!t.i! i J 1 I .(. t: :retdllii-Rg-hef. -

,}' i 'more cSectaally to.pths'ideOcti 'Ddarat., .,: .3.o J/e. GarruOIl." 'ol/"P'tr srq| the.majpriiy.: jaylb tracedjtiiF "amusenenL dlflRfl\R .1.::": "T#'raut'i :I 1.. ,: >,:L-iuI';.ciWiM.t.u., ,
uo-reeMeRt. pfcertain prevI31ioes1b -' 'C. r.;-fr.ue- unaersgnedgenera1s.u.er /i ftt'ctrcumstanc. 'Ofcoawe.all. ,fear.., : cr'4r that" ,borroweduq 'bit iMHre t '
't : f& :'SS's.' ," -eco1Iect, ,\\'ItV.lt;was streetyarn. .sew cau4pie< .. I_ _
treats $-' ri .mCrS 1ufd (1g 1)F I t1 bf'flnmthea1ate' GtssO1utIOft' aroc51it-ap .I <, ,:fiHi.: :, '"t '' g M. < ,
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.- J'... ..i. &v1LtEsui. .._ ..... .... ,.. -,MB- -B,.: _U" 1 ,;18.6.. should 1t1ierefore'usSTtY 'exer : State, appl_. '.,
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.4I1. .pt...... : i e Ve'rf ,outcry against the 'new Bjllha8; ..price .... .
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.tr in his miad:,the consequences .
.i'- ,well few
aiwegh remarks
k ,,,;';';, .l; n of' his vote. If a' Whig and ridiculed,and, 'treated. with, every price, and our own manufacturers: ; de. rnodof preeg...., '

: ; "_ fn .. prived of an unjust and artificial pro. M4fg. 'I-
the
of Whig ar
-.t i 1 ; t :;i4. ___ : shouldlrepresent bur State in Congress, weapon cpntumely aOtprove
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: :,., '\.1jf4. j.'__ ,.:f. : -I I ,ot"equal taxation which mory. It has been' accused of establishing tection, will continue their business under We 8Mccep&ati.: : '

1, '.: DEMOORA2'ic"NjiJlINATIONS., ; 'principle l : free trade. :But there, can-.be no a healthy nnd beneficial competition. believe that it, ... 1\
.
acknowedgea'maybej
'M1)IOr U'f .:k' .. l' has but just been ly the practice
: ; Bill will also m
free tridevi) there 'i isva Tariff.: ( "The'effect of the ipeII.. .
;; : ttt iFor RepresentativVto' Congress, ; tendered of no'effedt; We ..mayVgairi'be ro form, tawrite 1tt-. tlti.
: trade between the several go.fa"l'Jo, ,reriove.tjat. of dissatisfaction r ..
: There is free :
aifodious .
.high.
W'ITiiAM A. ,ICAIN addled w or lately) to our 89. ... '
.. '.' : "' ', States of the Jl Qion. There is no duty, and sectional feeling which ... or
have
"; S t ::.': : ev .waBT..JPL8Bl. protective;Tariff., We may again tntive, the '.
.' arisen the court- making r...
i.J n" kind the has unfortunately \n .
resection of
I t Bank or upon
Fiscal any
President and % them.
a
.
a Whig AppheatlOB !1
:;:: 'i 4 DDVAL COUNTY. / I The South will no longer feel that has..
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i transmission of the products of the several try. ..
: "" .i. ... and aiI'the monopolies and special the
.., : -- by person to I
whe'
:
: the
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States from the oilier Will i it is being dealt with unjustly by .. r-
.. a1 "t : 'attendant upon Whig gov one to reeted .. .
\" : For Representatives,. privileges to the Pose
l'lbCtt.
. :. ,, fiorth..It will far towards drawing
- 1ft that free go
> that one pretend to
Remember therefore any say any
; ;. j .:. .' '_ i. ;1. CANOVA, eminent. established between the together the bonds of union. of States so thereupon a Cireu ...:
trade been
:: method in which can Jias .
pre'ventthisisto
-'.. '. !. BENJ. FRISBEE. the,only you and of such diverse in. from the General Poti .
.. ..;11 ; .. United States and countries widely) distant, 0IIie'
Take by'the
.. ." -"mt ... ':'..,; :.. I 'I. ... vote for Mr.JUm. } foreign. commercial marine the viduals residing .
,.t. : late Tariff The free trade terests. Our net< .tti.! ...
MiaIoN.CouwrzEs.
's.- .AUCIt1A AND! interest in the election, for the comfort term the
T ,. 'f: 't p :pride of our nation, will receive a powerful contemplated. Past O Iee, '
-' is relative. As fe
: !. ; & 't' Jireside' is connected. with therefore: only long as to
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: ry'u own established '
.. ;. : : For.Senator4 S i impetus from the increased field direct% ie.ti : ,
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$w: seek indirect taxation-a'revenue a
it Your Democratic brethren throughout we .by4 ,
t t4 : it the new Bill. We questions which Were 14 1t
GABRIEL ,PRIEST. there opened to by
: .. the',Union demand' it of you for for the support of governtnent, .
,, tho Department. "I.The' .
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'. : l trust therefore, that it,will .be considered -
: Representatives they have assisted in effecting a repeal can be no free trade, ,properly .Putnaz4Wcaiinpprbiuzfttetothe ,
"' ... .. in its true .light,-a*'a:Bill; whose mote regula, Dd '
'\ .; / : JOHN G. REARDON, of manufacturers Tariff, and V principlesof I expeditious 1 ,
method i\
&: ::It. ,)" LOUIS ALDRICH. innnyybt..W1J f tb o furyrc -. free jrade/by barely ,raising the rev; provisions are adapted to.a widely scattered ofplication -.. the
i passed is tfireeled
\\. < ''4: .' ili ,. JuaTenjoyments and rights.. enue necessary; pa.at' ,the same time,. people, of different'occupations, by means memorial,

N- :p T:;: 'MB. KAIIY APPOINTMENTS' Show' therefore, your approbation of .afford protection to our home temperaments, and interests,' and that immediately to tieP $&

: ,. The Hon5 -A fr"* 1,1 aMio ?. tESSt is bear equally as possi- General), embodying all
_--- ':'-' iciiow, citizens of East, Floridaat these acts by voting, for Mr. ,KAIN, ., theDemocratic manufacture' It'is upon' these principles its' object to as the"raett
\ of
in
quired the
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4 \ t., the following places and times viz: candidate for Representative. that the new Tariff has been based. ble upon all, anfl yet indirectly favor Circular
,
sued and
,
' h Remember what you.ha As .the extent of protection our producing class.. signed by all "he _
[ I : At ,Choocachattee. Benton county, : e endured regards interest in the '

: : I __ :; p'{ .Sepu9tb. ., at. -11- o'clock.- from "the Whigs times past.- which .is given, some misapprehensionseems i Think then, people of Florida- before post office. As establishme it be'WI'oI

; J" Remember taxes' have .indirectly tohave existed. The valuationis : Cast votes for a Representative may
; i; .1';> U't: Ocala.. Marion county, Sept.. 14th. you paid you your formation to the
S : article have tfie 'worth of the article' i in this : -think of with regard pubhigsubjoia
: ; abJ'fi': .P 1atkn, lci. 16th. ,. upon every you upon your position the

; <: : .. St. Augustine, ,. .do.' 19th. 'consumed. .Remember the* 'fall and country-that is ascertained by adding to the great question of the next from the Circular us*
: : "
,J 'Mandarin' :: :' 'do.; 21st. :ruin of the ,United i States Bank. You 'to."the.foreign valuation. the cost of importation ,Congress You .cannot desire' to be ; ._ Department. .A, "
I : :: i
,.:," . Vr v* .' should be addressed to the Pitt
.
I :: Jacksonville; .. do. 22d. .have'been relieved from them :by the and commissions. Thirty saddled with the old Tariffof 1842.. It :
> : '
: f. .. : General
: p. in fact
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,. ',' '., Democratic 'value in this is therefore interest and duty giving .answer* lo
Show thai you. the
r .-; ri'*f.'" I ac.C ree" ,- d O..r 24th. part areS percent upon country, your your

} J .. .,.i. jfassau C. H. : do.29tb. conscious of the. benefit. is equal to thirty five per cent upon the to elect" Mr. KAIN.V2JIGS..- I thequeres to this Circalar.moriaLshould 1 ,

: : % The burthen of the ; :foreign value. Our manufacturers are then be certilied, to
l
I :--. .f:1: New River, Co. Co., Oct.. 2d. sirugg1e'ress upon

,, ; I .- L ;? .;Alligator i fc Oct.. 5th. .the Democratic party in EMIt Flori- 'therefore, in! ,reality, protected to the NOCTllnnN \ AND ABOLITiONISJI. facts, by the nearest POS\" 'MMaJ.
Ti t should also obtain '
i1 the
.; -: of five' contract*!
ida. It has always given a Democratic amount thirty per:cent

1t i. ./ : '. '.', IT/" The citizerte of Jacksonville, ,majority, when the other sections of But the greatest attack has been upon The "Emancipator" the organ of the tificate, if the site of tbe pro. ,..

: .were happy to receive another visit from abolitionists of Massachusetts be off the mail route, as td tiecability
.4' the_ S n have given Whig majorities.East the ad valorem principle upon which I lately

A r the steamer St. Matthews\ on ,Monday ,Florida.should, therefore, maintain the.new Tariff based. By thenew 1 came down upon the Whigs after this 'of supplying it, andik
,
.t. last, on which day she again took her ordhrt n e. These should!
her-position if the next election results law, duties are levied in every instance manner:
'
, 'oO. 'f'I' :place on the route from Savannah tot ed immediately to the Port
K
.: 'in a Whig victory, she will lose upon the.value of tho articles imported, "The session of Congress has closed,
e'
: Palatka, after her ,short. summer, .vacation. the General, and not to oar COD
her rank in the ,political scale. East and not on the weight, measure, uan- and Whig Members have scattered
.
:I i ". i She comes tous,; again as new' Florida has much to hope for.in Mr.Kxi's \ tity. 'This .has .denounced as leaving and gone home, and nothing has formerly, although it will he,en

4 : ". and .showy 'as a lady's hat,out of a been done to concentrate public direct at the same time, a letter ta
election. She has.hitherto been opportunity for fraud..' From the
B J' .bandbox, repaired and freshly painted opinion against Slavery or the domin- of them him of'
informing tbe
,
i.
the Paria of India. :She has borne the virulence with which it has,been assailed ion of Slaveholders. On the '
I from stem to We wish her contrary,
' h stern. good tion and him
.. .: I. burdens, 'and 'been treated as the outcast ,both by Senators and Representatives the. very last act of the drama 'was the defeat requesting to.we t It

11\\ : fortune .during. e coming season,- : She has gained the victories,and and Whig presses, .one would bled fy Northern Whigs, of a' bill prohibiting is attended to.STATEMENT .

. Aplenty of from the North, TO BE E11DbDlEutiT
passengers
i in whichma
Slavery any "Territory
. 4 been rewarded with .contempt.' In this to believe 'that it is a'new feature.in. "AlEilORJAL
and an abundance, of cotton bales to the be acquired from J\Itxico._ And every -
r L1 final struggle, therefore, 'the people.of the present 'Tariff. This ,is done by % The proposal Office will bocaH IThe
shows that the
5 North. thing Whig '
.
party [- name oftke candidateor rttamthould
, ( 'a. A. East Florida give their utmost those who apparently know
* support ., nothingof nevervas more' absolutely under the ,io/'clJpplitztU'oU "
: ICT" We are 'requested' jove notice i .tn.Mr..KAIN, under.the: .:assurance. that the Tariff 1842. In the maQ..uac- dominion ofSlavehoiders.than. it is this fee. It it prejtrot/eta have tame.wcUMTarn.t..a1siit4&

: I I : ."a-ue.-stenmer. Sarah. Spaulding' ,. inconsequence he will give them fulland, due acknowledgment turers Taritt, three fifths, at least, of moment.- "S S S any DIAtr'"lficc t* Ike State Itid.,utHiII..' ,..

. : :, \ I ::I of sundry alterations and for their efforts.: For this the revenue' is collected the-value..- :"At this outrageous charge upon the aim to select a name not app.riaiii S.

1 r : i;' jopairs, will.discontinue her tripsfor, a they rely upon his manly character.- : That this.i! the true and just methodof Whigs,-that they did not aid the abo. otkirt'jict It will be in situated tie U.iJttlB14&f io S aiua t.}

4 7/ few :weeks., Due notice will be given :They will then strain every nerved' : applying duties,.must be self evident litionists, the New York Tribune, the .Tuwnibiptyof EIiLe

* '" when" she again, takes,her place) on the His friends will *be true' 'friends.. He to any reasonable'mind. In what man; exponent' Northern Whiggery, took It will be on or near Suite Haute of No I

1( : yiver..e> understand- that the 'alterations has been warmly received... ,Hewill; be ner can a duty levied by weight or mea up the ,cudgels in defence. He first iLe Route from to

I't 5' :-.. and repairs projected, will greatly warmly supported., W.feel.confident sure, without reference to value, be desires that all who may consider the week.which. the mall; II now carried tumiof

S S increase her speed and her accommo- that he .will.always remember with sat We.will fnstance The CoDtractnr's is
. ; S ... I equitable.! take an writer_of the above an, honest man, to name

ttS S S '". 4itions5for. 1' __passengers.. : isfaction his visit to.East Florida. of, the specific duty of two and a half S'write' him down a villain. 'He then If Will not ii, bu.be directly(uCrum,..adoavUcb:.Ois rniS"Aia.i&ifi.

'".. 1 1 '"* 'MR.KAIL'S THE IfEW ,cents per pound upon raw' sugar. Th'js'dut continues: 41:1.'S.. .
: PROSPECTS.. MR. KAIN ,AND TARIFF.As How much: will it ISCKXJUS the tnvel rl
1 ; .*f' "We are gratified at receiving from the recent modification of' the '): makes'sugar. worth only four cents "What are'the facts! Every Whig I I mail' one .a1. each trijitAnt...

.. a pound, a tax as high that from the Free" ,Where will the mail" leave(h*'pmetIC rs'
Representative
i S mt>11\\ every, quarter the most flattering accounts Tariffby,the Democratic party, is ,to, be pay as .States IOPI,11 the proposed cficel- JU. '

i. :' .of ,the prospects of-Mr. RAiN.jt the.,cause of the probable struggle between which,is,:worth eight t.cents. The poorer present voted in favor-of the proviso I Where intersect the route sgint-Mt. ,

S : .. ; From the counties of Columbia, Ala'chua : the Whigs and Democrats'in.the. class in general use the cheap sugars forbidding SJayery.in all territory to be What., Post Offico irilIbeIeftouibihk)
hereafter Jn
with .
acquired by Mex
: ; ..'. Marion, and: S ..JohOs: we have approaching session Congress, 'it :will and the richer the .finer and more ico. Very many Whigs treaty voted. for the The name of the ,.nearest oco tone .afat,..,...
4a .........
: ..had letters from. .our,:Democratic friends: be,usefulfor the people of Florida, in, costly kind.. And ,thus the poor man, $2,000,000 grant because'of this proviso ,. on t&e miles tame', in roe a is dit'cdu..1f.U .
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;f j L wto write as if ihey: wele;sanguine of .view of.the election at hand, to enquire by this specific duty, is made to pay : who wpuld otherwise have voted .. The name of the &e&mt uffice.US ..
; .: ; the same identical tax' ,against it. The bill 'was route, on tie clkertiJf, .U d-
S' his success. The Democrats s are pleas into the.merits and provisions: ,ofltbelate upon 'his pound; passed by ,. .n :::
: mil ,in" .
1S : "V'ea.with :the' manly) way :in which he : .Tariff Bill and as to,.their position' ,of poor sugar,:as the ,rich man does upon ,such the eleventh_ votes. hour Coming, Mr.to'the D. H. Lewis Senate of at The name'of the.nearsstvCoe* lone '

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4 ; S '.5 ; are., truly Democratic; and expressed. ces'sarr, from the fact that the Whig Again as,to',the charge that the,new proviso.! Mr. Davis of Mass. from it. I

- r S, ,.I\vitbout-'equivocation br"cori ealm.ent- Party have raised ,their rallying cry Tariff opens the door to fraud. :We rose to speak'against:this striking out, posed Slate one the, their tiames!direction;of all othr and f5ces J14UC1'*e!c* J r?*

'S ('nTndthV1igs. wHp hav 'hear4 him i for the next elections.) They have vowed .c nnot possibly divine ho w.there! is anymore arid few tfiUspealcmoBt: forcibly' for a very bj the"most direct !rooJ. : '
minutes. Yet .
'this'earn and ..4.,
.5 S "'f 'contrast' his candor with .the inexplicable the destruction of; the Revenue Tariff : 'danger of J Being:) i defrauded. 'in':the. anxious effort of Mr. "Davis to The name of the most pranweat rher-fit!,

_: : .. : 4 : ?f prolessionspf Mr.CABELL,' and that, 'j arid" 'the revival of the:manufacturers collection)] ot ad valorem duties, than of :the: House proviso against the preserve extensions ,it. The office* will be .'. *'' ,

t too, not much to the favor-of the latter Tariff of' 1842... They have accompan specific ,duties. ,What if.a knavish importer ; ,Slavery, termed by the' rlOm.Idn.rontb.proposed s,flV"ol,VIf

; ;cS ". ':..;. i I gentleman. Mr. KAIN'presents. himself ied this with., the cry.Panic. and Pros \does sw ar.to: :false invoice,- Emancipator ,(the ,defeat 'by' Northern i it be in .'Villa je, ib.D'r.'i_.(
4 :' : tho ) of for their suf-' .Wlng! :of :that proposition Can taft, tft not,state the.nwubrr J
S :. :, /{:'-id ,people; Florida cription.Theappaching election for it will riot benefit hir .. Tt4oeiotrcsjupon !; knavery and .shameless .within two mil... .' -

Wr ',.- ..' .. /ra CBjras a Democrat, and there is ho, Representative of this' State, will,:decide his. oath.. Taws now in.exis.: that of.the Emancipator, V*fraud exceed .A tinginin! or akelch.rn..IP. r.....,
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_ '. >. S mistaking his opinions or his future its views in tenceprovidehat the' 'valuation isfiallbe posiliooof the, rroro-cl Irv. :
political, regard to>,this : S :Tnus the n.*artrf will ulflr..t..d i .. I'f
rebuts ..
I .'political t career.' .Mr. CApE ?, on ,the matter. Mr Kain has avowed himself :,made. ,by disinterested. !,appraisers._ TUneindiznantly ALL WHICH I ,CEKtIrV>j j.trueaccording '.....
as, he, does :'under S Still urther ; the,charge that:the. Whigs, did not aid, to tbs best otmfbelief ,
labouring / it
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S S ,fiCOB.trary, ; opposed to'the former high protectiveTariflandin ? ikuportero :entering tlu .. 'dfj .fstatement. i
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.5 of thVAIttlitioBists i! *, Thus.:! S Th!Vpaperboasu .... .
i : disadvantage having, JUt tt Whig, ; favor of a Tariff on' Rev hisgoodgves.a valuation UDon: them u.1Y :

I-L J S .!T1bt .')beaten:) ,in:the'last 'election, makes :enue princIpealon! .. The J late changeIn ten:per cent J lower:than ihat sub: equentVly : ': : tEafihe, :"loss';i theBilfaDnro?. 'tn( best'uf riitJuiowled&. aj d tb Ciithtt ....ii .;.,\('"'1
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L '% ; efforts: conciliate the I priaj9g ;OOOOO:for; th>;object oteuniatingt .....vr I?
; .: '' ; j reat',1.,.,., to Denipcraticparty the Tariff by 'the Democratic party .asccrtainedby_ the appraisers,.:an additional '. ,.

S '1./," / W t'y '.',. fv; <,,-and'" without; ,exactly)* ..... 9ihiscoat ,was lone'.o"'so" thorough ,character duty'.of.20' percent is, ,by law,, .. -' ) -ar with: Mexico, p"ro- 55'S.S .' -- -. 1-

1-: .insidq apparently turns have 'desired., be bawy'.bjr purchase. 'was occasioned by ((1 rspoadOce orThs '
1 jS ; /t'J. put as we cot Built was requiredjo collected, It is therefore -.
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':-"tl one sleeve of it,-and seems, disinclined all we could:_have expected at the'pre- to'b 'supposed'that importers' wjlf the\opposition Northern Whigs to tcnuiCept.Mi; :
,place [whatahey} 'call >'the dominion of We listened yesteroa/; % *.J
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oacknowledge himself. as a Whig.JWcannot sent moment It was a step ':in' the, rather :an, overestimate upon their'in*. -S T MtM
4' '''' holders
: ,wonder therefore that Mr.CABELL'S voice in Peopte "Florida, mark.thj J JThe interesting speech frprs
; gradual progress: opinion .upon equal costs,. view.... ofa possible charge
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S !, Wbiga.are, nor satisfied, with .saddling Democratic candidate
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": icomprehesibIecircu1ar: has taxation,'nldJtw: a great:step, for the :of 20 per cent additional duty This .

; S grievously dissatisfied. his'Whig.friends,: Democratic: rty. .As such we\should .additional f duty, 'moreover: ,,does notAde- .the. South with.taeir :rproteoljveTariCf Therewasquite a, ie&pec14'' '

<< :- -\' Ancl:that he'has i ,lost,the confidence' 'ourselves ,But they are willin'g.&tad 'eagerto of the citizens of the r
andS congratulate upon the triumph, 'peUdupoij'the j .question fraud.. .It h '

-" S ",. 5 rt45'I",, : !1>: staunch- :::adherents, 'of .aud'use:: every. exertion.. 'ito prevent 'the4revivaIo ;only, ,iiecesfary .that, :the valuation1\ of .permit" an: opportunity; -,to. escape. foterminating ; parties} presf&f, who all Mf '

S S ...:tMt pany iatH.ribe ;.natural'effect : ,tjgb,protective'ST stem. *the;: appraiser ljotJd.be'teil'- -cent aa expensive war upon with great atteatioB.,

.--i':i'S,>, .. hibf a 4ocH ent' which i professes toexpkia The newariffldifl'ers: in two remarkable ..higher than thatfof the importer per. ..", t'j .termahjghly-; ..advantageous ,the If.States Very plea Bg,an4; ff $:
solely :through their with aenergy. rgroi ?
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a great'deal. But, only,means.,. that 'particulars* from" that'of-1842.: _' t it. : malignant speaks
: a 4't'. -- : Again, : must ie, bqrne.ia mind thai hostility to :the. South and 'slavehol The TnfgW# '
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; Mi...CjtiJLtittVtMt* AVhig,:.and chooses These are, that the former;ig'based t the new rri"iffis.aJ80 ;
,', :'.-, ', conihoprtnciplo based upon the', ders, as they .term them, Remember under his con t&r*tionthwecw -.,
St, .,. ,_ ,nra\her to conciliate. the<< votes f.the Deto 'of ad valorem duties, principle of I
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J .%t.ti ,'w iflusaathepTt to- true we have learned. that we',can?get .R 1'thOO. (expericijde4, E.. 't oCcur'coty.. IBqaaity.wd : '- ..tieMQrasre.M. -

c1are far Us repeal and.that alorig"very well without a'1ii grand indeed i tf ep1an.ipM ., I app JHe'it k very ',little" .& I.IwtMe *JJi'-I.wrlliM.. ... .a. .

I iI tatife. coflgTes) whoev- ,.we have learned that a plaia.citizen ;- \ wferior tOtbe.'';Iad grown' epeathe Priai Co..".'..Wdie. ..ii. thai ", ,

oar RereSe 1tfY.win be called upon eith rda does well enough *fof President of : t. THRM4: piaaftad*, while'its 'J J j.., .'1f ..fij.i : r!. ; -.. "- "

he the U. States loot A,eormpofident of ',the.Delta: WritJ. bIi'1t1:'amount.- .. .{:'to''the. acre.. -r4lDWWu,1 It W;" "'1t i.t- .. .
'Itn to fthe
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rOr. 'ts repeal Jrolect.it ; yet at (coin PointIblAug 1 4tk ', ''IlIftI.. '
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ieass lt.of its foes. portion of this confederacy, jttdge', TKe command at Matamoros..ullBder h_ ;Af Hilawier out t=west r advertisW: ,ia the, j. ;l&iftWr..rijtkt..e'r. irhcbkwiss&DWx4j ,

:' -.,r. g_; defended himself most from the. apathy upon 'the subject.of .Colonel ,Clark vhOJaa: ap rtioS :ofregnlarsjaad 1 f/BM at' oaBgr ihe.eopJe cewa weather fertfeft ;- .kJ6;# .Jwj. fIf, ..- -
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dHnng
rtecessfolly against some local and public education, .and see whether'we the 3rdTeg't.'Ohio:Volao*' I9111! them 'warm whit., Wr of_his CDUlI1.to epa* ic* .ii t eai efreet ,. ,
for a glaii of
leers,under Col. Curtis who are .' mrry .,., 'foor'ttrpo .Therrfor : ) :, .
hare been stir- have stationed *,
which learned
yet that the same individual key .a :dpren w the first Jriiis oT the '
Tate: m& on' the. ,bank of,the river. at' fort : 1.. Seated, tliat eerfe nmaocr. ald.iec'.
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brdeiaaa ; .
East .
hIs arrival the very labor and think the a quarter of a pig. ;
since may may ; same, Ifaredes, and fort Brown. Since .Ul the :..., :. ,
f/R the, r\-' r at. to bt r hi*abU,,use U*rfcaninas.w : :. ;
7I 1tely for himself, for (it must be man producer. and consumer. .4ttWe' movement of the army above to Cam- \Veoaceheard cia lather-bragging maknf{ a caadid espoe of rlie iracifk of tha ,' ,:/ :

ued) be makes the_most masterly have not. 'learned yet that' the- 'world.- :can argo, the,place seems very dull and the of the'smartness of a couple of his boys, .two partle*. :, \**

d of them for hisown'benefit. goon' without two classes, the'- one>? -to judicious order of.Gen, Taylor, prohib- 'who' aid, if you would 'f'end- *them up ,JtootVfJ.. That we,.aail aith teal, ,_ s1. '. r., '":,

ESC holds most decided and the other ting the sale of liquors' fter .tne 15th, of a' rainy afternoon. a room, by thrm.s cere pkuan, the.,njmifwiion of \Vm. A.a ._,I. '
K .ride to be.ridden the learned .
tt11r.. one has .
helped to make-it and made ) *oar ohdi! for .
to the < au
Y \they'would make five, dollars. apiece Cofnt+ .tilingcrat De8Mh .>) ::. .
jfceJopinjons? on all questions of National the other un1e meil. We have yetto place somewhat decent' clear money,by swapping clothes, and thorooh. .boUw maa. the.r'p" 8 "f
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tad State interest, and on some qucst amalgamate these classes., This Gel Worth 'moved forward towards FiorU.m eaD'tI.ln- hilll..itfa.rd1. -.

particularlY, that unfortunate amalgamation can only accomplished Seralvo on .the 19th' with .thtStbInfan- Challenge to the U. StatetrXl r.John" ,a. Rfiolftd* Tbu noary com..dOltu a.ons, ',,.: ) .

he admits himself,) try, under CapU IL. B. Scrive, of your Travis 'of'.Kew,York.city, will shoot a from tbU nwti.g.te Wnw.aM' 01 ;- t
gtak question (as by uniting theory and practice by match '
; city, Capt. Duncan's. :battery; and for $500 with any:man in the U. brie IMect. '"hM&, (friend have eleeted him for : ::

: dad]lays.himself liable_ (although combining mechanical and agricultural, Brndf rd's' company; and two'companies States,.at 15 paces, either at deliberateaim tHJt.cdoq,the Svnate-.be f. a ma tbat bat often ; .

I I don't suppose any one would have with literary and 'scientific'instruction. of Texan mounted men to convey or at the'word, with smooth bore been, tried.,.and Brvrr ound wanting, hi* pe '_ ", .' ;;;'1 '

tk bcartto call him such'. .ajiard_name)' J lLiM'*..t 4. we.soften.tbe asperity.And "back the mules, 700 in number. 'They pistols, length of barrel nine incheshootwith Jitical.eu"'YeaJ way*traded lohucoun j*.-; '. :' _

to be called a. Loco Fpco. He avowed' remove the ignorance of the mere labo were' packed witlivi3ioDrQn.throwing | "T.: -the shoulder one.hand' -no straps to 4- 'ft4..1M' in pcrtrntwg ihvftaneal' .'- '._ :.

a1ii for Mr.. Calhoun forward his supplies_ to Ser "ocjfalse stocks; 10 or 20 John Rrtrdon._ eq r.,to the people of Mat km .
preference rerrub off the and : shots each
Jus strong pedantry preten alvo. Duncan string .uHw
had
Capt. previously been urc, measuring county (urtersvfr, in tbe coming election, _, -,
fer the next Presidency, and his determination sion of the mere scholar. up there, and rejwrted ai beautifully from the center,to the bull>eyesto center we'Duct cheerfully rrcomnw>ttd him u a man evr- :":
should he (Mr. K.) be elected, -- wooded of ball. The match to take place oir -
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,Mexicans
countryroe Kfie .
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"Educate tILe masses' arid we add were -.to reprrteot the county ia UMne .. :.
President devolved willing to, him, all any part of Manhattan Island.A i I..ure. witSnn >
the election of. grant assistance in :
.tad .. 111' 11ib may w .:
length to the mighty lever, which is their 1-','.. .w ..
of Representatives and power-that there -was plenty of number bands in required. --
the House 'large pf .engaged '
upon to extend across the Atlantic nnd On motion it wa. .
yet water and
forage for horses-that he
I Calhoun should be a candidate, to ,the iron works, at 'Alleghany, Penn., .'--
) Resolved That the
subvert the Fabric of Monarchy "Ed met with on, greeable reception. One turned out in Monday proceediapohhit..r .
procession on
roHJbrhim. His speech throughout, Mexican whom be pabiuhed in the Democratic paper*of Eat,Fle- '..: '.
ucate the masses" and we shall not see they met in the road in night,'and burned, Vice President Dallasin ; _"
': by the highest cour- the 'would "kll.aDd that the difiVrent Editor are bereby reqoetted \ .. ,: "
\ stinguished night not' for them and ,
OJ the oldest nnd best laws which have stop effigy on account of his recent vote .
Cabell and his they shot at him when he to gtre them a place in their Journal,, \ /
tesj ; wards Mr. opposed threw his on the- new tariff bill. A few more' ..
under of The meeting then tendered. uf ibaaka -.
a '
grown up, system progres.sive horse .vote Ie : -'
and
over a the
in this he'met precipice took to such demonstrations Mr. Dallas \ ;,>.
generally; respect c1i.oraijon-o centuries created rral.. the chairman for the able and dignified meaner ". ,: '
chapp On their \ i :
return they will have'the "vice" taken from his title :

iie vita commendation from all; not a .. la which ho pmufed OTTT ibvirdelUierauoo .. ... ":
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made found the horse had \ F
illuminated, and perfect by the which evidently by the popular voice of the nation I,

tl word of bitterness escaped him. Mr. purest and wisest men that Heaven, in belonged to an, American, and_ no :whose officer he is.-JV. T. True,Sun. adjourned tine die. \ \ > J
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.I 4 will be well supported in this I doubt had been stolen WM.F. RUSSELL, Chalrmaa.Ht < \ :, ;
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tount the plentitude.of its mercy, ever vouch Gen. Taylor: going to throw forward .-' .' Humboldt,gives some amusing words .*, E.\V.CLARJC, Secretary.. .. .. .

safed to earth,. changed and defaced to I think heard in conversation'native Mexicans "
supplies a place they ..0:7V.. ?are -requritrd to noincMr.:. J. \: c.
[rwtTnKPUBLIC HEWS."! by drudc and hasty Legislation, and in call Ganad tt ,.on, this side of the San .., A. 'kiss. ,.is called; Jetenamequ 1itli -' DARLING of B ntMi couaty, a. 5 Candidata .' :. I

their stead substituted the grotesque n- Juan, also, to Chinar Col.. .Smith is for Seaalur. from the eighteenthSeaatorisI'Di.*- Y % .
EDUCATION. now'.in command the, at Cam Here, is. contradiction of the old. trirt comprising the counties 01 Levy, Beatoa aa4 ., '
tasies and barbarous creations of State camp HilUborougb, cotniug election ia. October '
gas rtfolrrd the whole lni,IiK'i of L 'gis. argo, which is one of the most beautiful saw 'which stays 'that'a' thing. is easier next. The aopport at4ihe of'tbe Franchise of tba Eiga .. \".; '

1'a Jar_iDIO I be bringing up tf ymrti." JLUTARCH. Quixotes. "Educate, the masses" and you can,imagine.From said than done.-' ternthDistrict is respectfully sul i it \ .'
<
l laws have May i
will more majesty,-our
our 1846.'V '
be the wish of all '
It must certainly .
( eKe PkauneEztra.) [ ,: -
ro THE KW.J -
dour citizens that the.attention. of our judiciary will be more respected, its .IJrrival of Santa JJnna.-The' ,Bri-. .TO.THE 'AMERICAN EAGLE PASSENG&RSr : ; r
decisions acquiesced in, and its.inde- tish brig of war Daring nrriv'ed'off '10, Per U. S. mail 'teamrrSu Matthew/from .
be turned this im Columbia' '
wit Legislature to Hail proud j>ronH T bird, v\
Scanner 7ih. MM R
Mew ,
; Sept. w llr J. .
the Balize last <
from 'Vt
t
portant subject; for it is lamentably, pendance maintained.' The advocates.of I; evening-: ra ngns thjr wjog* piva Lynch Law will Jiide l their ,tliminisned Cruz. and.:iwo,of her officers-me up .; myorpruInD' be M.n'', i C.mcr.T.1L, Parxm. #'... ,I
true that our previous Legislatures, to town this morning with a mail and ": .,
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heads the ermine which should be Of ducord to oaf border* com*- ..16l (
have been too remiss in reference to the despatch H: S Raaaway- N'egre' Ca cIIL!f.
_. __ f
;J afarfoweIcuiperr'yIn4'
sybI. thy pinion*pprrnd .
.education of the thousands as unsullied as the snow, will not be The steamerArab. arrived ojTVera jet TAKEN OP and:committed t.Jail, a, '
youth -
rapidly opprewM ahoet S5 of five feat,
> '
man *
negro year age ,
approaching manhood in a state ot dragged through the dirtiest; kennels.of Cruz'on- the' 16th Dst.,;:> SantaAn-. -, ,StHJ brighter glow our brightm far,I "K' .IX inehe in heighfi onght bt.ck.'sIhdy '".' \\

.the most deplorable of letters party, and then flung reeking upon the .na, on 4board. .' He immediately placed Sill be oar I land ofbeavrn blewM. pock marked give his eatte a* ISAAC 3, .z, .
ignorance himself 'at ,the head of the movement .. haltOD. sliirt'and pant* at' "trmeef hie arrest,. '; .

.&nd morality, and even of our political shoulders of the highest bidder for popular in the ;department.. ;The Departments lrn1 f:?, .! deC'ia <. ... .: 'and *ay.'tbt he brlonc. to Wm.,P.Crtig,of the -
favor-and our criminal courts Ale o.u-. HiH bproub :*.... Tbe wwaer ia. .
.system. It would set-m, in our State .4 ,of Puebla and Mexico haje declared Tot Lofty a. thine unbooodrd 8ibr jweied t.> come rwanl, prove property,v's.charge.anJtkaI1m'aay. ..-_:
will not become places where justice Santa, ,< Pu. the Air that murk thy w. 'JJ'
.at least, that the maelstrom of party Anna, and .Parades.,has. already a jf : '' -
be.bought and sold like butcher's' been takeiS prisoner The revolt at.the .Free ithe.*,- 'fli&ht.. 't "- JOHNPAuEK1 ..
,
-politics has swallowed in its turbid may '. -_ _. ;. '
_
up ouun rrt t; .r.r w Jn.i'i.y r-. CMI,U___ ; .I' ---- --!-- %LlI.L I -- -: SvflWabofraoustj_ '
vortex this most vital'subject/ Our- eariu 7 Before $ant, Anna, 'leftHavana: betook : ;Till'.lre 4oro_ *. aoivervat. n y- -. ,'1 ..r---m-_ ---a .L 12A'S. I"-. .-

people have hitherto directed their attention "Educate.the .masse}?'-And ,the civi- letters, from Gen.. Campbell to DUpeUtacU cloud of thraldom Vaight, :: SkcH.SaIe. -,' -_,':' "
Com. and avowed himself i in And rei!n.in our'itnaIt1ay. BY .inae of,two ,.riu4lf. .uae*, .
to every thing else save public lized world 'ltould'no' longer' bea: scene Conner; .. *' it of the Circuit Court,, of.tha Caum a '
and bait1 und reply to. some inquiniesaslo his intentions Circuit of Florida for the of Dura] I
of strife. blood,-a .gr Guard thou iith-j.atous ftJe and ClInt county trill
instruction. Is it because '
is this .
Why follows "If the pf. e to public flaJe ia front otthe CettxtHeQea.tia
for the. as ; people. my Our 9a:unfurl'd to freedom brrrzr, rexpn .
it is so difficult to ascert3in what for vice and passion-an arena country are: for war, then I am with the foemanV tbe .city Jacksonville, ia the aU runty, cmih .
from
Defend
ambition and avarice- us tnare first Monday i.q.Ocrolwr.: D.,184fi, between
vile :
system is be3t adapted to the condition gladiators them; butiwOuld prefer, peace. At botn,o*.r foreijn land,,and seas; : the legal hours of sale on that Jrfy-ftll.lbe right.

and wants of our State Then the t'rannyVil) give place to law-blood, Upon. .the appearance" rtbe'Arab off .'Y tfe|;waft on hib oar,nation'...onf.Spread (. title and interest,which Henry M. IJadsey had w' .

the incitement this less revolutions will be achieved in..government Vera Cruz, Com,.Conner. repaired onboard '.. .wfrfa iba happy.found. bcoad, ;possessed, at the late May term ofthe Dv al Or.. .- -.'
greater to overcome
ia and
and cult Court.. bntu the two *of had oa
difficulty by investigation and and in human opinions-,the, :'the'steamer Princeton! an attempt 1s.ucotlL,11e: million*jftin tbf throng the E*.t side .(the St. Job Biver.af ihe booth '

energy views of man will be liberalized, and \\V made to intercept the, Arab; I'To: bei! our_ 'Dtrr.aodour God thereof; commonly nlle the Pablo& Forbe'. .
experiment. In adopting a system, I let free institutions. but the morning was calm.and she:slip' ,Jaeiov3ftSrj. 9/i..1846. FBA K. tract*,'being a part( abe co.._laod btheSp.nish '
strength will be ndded to'pr. :with Government to AaUrcw Dewee .1 :
our Legislator bear in'mi d, tha. it ped into port wjthoutbindranc : %.
her valuable, freight. Opinions differ: 'DEMOCRATIC MEETING. IK 3IAIUONoin. 179 f, and for which Patent tstuedjkuba widpw
I shoxld be to all. No which _
open system and heir of aid Andrew Dewve ia. && aad-j -
.embraces less than the whole people, We earnestly. invoke, the ,attention, pf as _to the intentions; of the Commodore: .' ., which said interest pointed out by.the PtafntHT; "-''; t
towards Santa believing AV and of,heocratic Der consul of aauadiided.jotorea oC ; .
,Let 'it .Anna, some a Jarge respectable,. meeting { and alleged to ; '* ,
deserves the name of public education, our State to this subject. not that he had tie desire.to intercept him.. : party,assembteil at OcJa on Saturdaf' ,the between fm aed six' hundred acre, ia.iha PaUa. ,.J '
.ana other will reform nation and 'hence be cast into. the Tract and an andivided interest of one. roe ofthe1 ;.'.-T:, .
no a twenty' years' ,; Before leaving: Havahahe requested .924'day fof'u'Ut 1846. fut jhe purpose of nominating Foibe tract. the whole of wbjcir aU tr ct, .

preserve a people. Colleges ire the teeth ,of ,our member aof Congress bjr and1' received from(.Col., Campbell a, 'a suitable! Candidate to represent the Conn,, c nsits:of between three and foorihocuaad acee ..,,3

.mere nurseries of our country's aristoc- members from the.Northern and.Middle) letter of introduction to Com. Conner.He ty'ftt.lb/s: Approaching, *fMJon Ilf'Legislature', i.Levied on andwill be cold catisfy ,two exocatton -'' :
also took with him;a,valuable box of and also in c c ring to the. nomination) of Capt. I aaint the said Henry M. Lindtey,eaa iafr 7' :. .",
racy-they receive one tenth or one States, which States are 'sensibly ,alive! : of Alexi! .,n-,ao4. thoBother. ia favetof :
segars, intended asa,, present for thecoinodcc. G. Priest for reflection.to the /Sepate to>.preenUbe ,Andrew-& Fort. '. .:
hundredth of the young- population, and and awake upon die'quciti'on of public Upon arriving: off Vera .* .12th.Senatorial*District, compruiD. tb. I .'-. THOS. LEDU'ITU F ,.Sbenf:D. C.By f-,4 r

.doubtless have their. uses; but if citizens i education. that, they'are!the. representatives ;Cruz;be' took,,care.to. waste-no. time in : coantieof AUehaa'an Marion. ;. A. W. CJUCBTOJC..D.S, .>;.". / ,- -* ."

are to be trained Tip as*they should "of' :a. c ns\i.u.e ncya.majority; 'of. .the! presentation of. his' leUer .or seri !: :On'motion MIJ.W.F.i Ruttel), ws called to :.-JscksontjUe.' Stap''cbM4Lh. 1846. ,-. "=: ...: I-

b, the schools of our country must be ,whom in an Intellectual scale! : wbuid) ::'; ... .. ... .. I- ,_.. : lh! Chwr;and,H. E,W.'Clark, chosca&". }LTZJ'CIRCV1T. Mas1er'sa1e.' or- TJa .J1:'_",'_ ;: :. 'J-, ".

opened not to a tenth_or un hundredth, I' scarcely' outweigh ilie, JBpors, ,and f '.fa ajor Gen. E P. Games. has :been The chairman after taking hi* aeat arosa. and, -- Ckanetrj. !I'f' -' ;;
I '
him
conferred
returned thank* for the honor upon F...JudooEuvator of JvU r/ :
bat to \. To shut up the book of Serfs of Europe.,. Let those'wlio, 'make ,assigned :to,'-.the '_cotnmnnd of the Eastern and'for: near two hoar .drea attentiop. of)*i.D"npb1 r .Bcown.4.ciPaied.otbimvWetL'. I >'. : :-'- .-'., -

knowledge to one, and upen. it to'another :oar laws, bear in mind that '- tiesoundr'cst : ,. Division of the U,, S.'Army his hi* el
is anti-democratic ,and unjust. Is taws are'those which"theet'; nexi : Head ''Quarters i 'be at Philadelphia' eKptaioing(.11,the'principle* ..were contending I I Benjamin tor of tha citato of Ambrose Hull,.( ; .. .::..;i.
shall ,
iNew.JYork or as he select. .' .,'
Troy
'
this subject barred from ,oar Legisla: ting rnischieff ,the only good politician. ,. : for.tn the administration of The Goternnu-nt,:aflrr i Ii'' J -- -.,!
to aa order of the Hon. Thnsjat ;
tire halls because it woald'bc a fruitful_ he who. has the. wisdom t ; r ing proceed business.' .made the second,d. of Maxdi,'1846ia ".
Florida no
does the 'New y
warce of Oat tliejalkey. I- get'ou'ufcly thisbqt yeatherj
: taxation the difficulty > '
upon present -On'mutton!. it'W.l.| &hit above caase will be told irodertheeSrfeliea.of .. ..
Mr. ihe Let them 1So irih1ind 'York,Eifpress; as follows:--' ohscriber.at auction fai feat of the. j
Jeflerson great apostle through ; $r Reiohstl, That committee of one from each the pohBe j'
'Jtibere.be, oa: thing ,tHat.wedislike Court Bouse ia tb.city'of St.Av# &* aa Moax :1
or liberty said that "the' that JUiaos and( Numa, rrecifri.beaproI1efl by the chair to prepent.name -
once tax though a : .a .abereaio rrothertrit.i 'a flimsy, election : day,the-5th 'of October net.betweeathe'hear; f.,

> whie.will,be paid for .educating the' I,maygie. :rasT,-. wise' laws. ',,.Eonest- .- 'and. -:discreet t ,' ; k>eolate cd>red, 'half.illejnWe,* pitchT6Vke4tq GeIIII.meicOD'POIIJ* fo the.meeting for.their aid*elctiop.foljowing .easiu.1tTb; of three tea tract aad twelfe of.land.d'.*.,.af a th*.ieUiiw 4..dey.aH:AM.thas that. .1.

c\ common people isnot'more than tae : mflgutrates" will'ptttlhear_ ; qierJ'po10g) for aICWIpA'a4leV' tract of laad, eoat.faii. b. ti eh. .a4.d aerea.U '
% thousandth partofwhatwil1be paid' to jaatcietislyan i"" *i ..forceLfiswy* ,1 l Ittbepa*; r l req. rJ f. AV- -a1'.ont; i COI.\C.' B..Ii.. : : the*..more or lea,hefag the reminingpontwn
Flfr*" fcJJnngs *t" **" v *4-- 2 .. :_' "t"I', : JIi iabot._. ... tract of fifteen h ndnf4 acr,graiiiI &* .'
: nobles, and priests, who wjllf .,reflect that_ all 1.,the:w %'t i.6):1' JHstitutions t t', 'of- 1 taP1PriZfl.CaptJ.H.fR:1- .r- d- Cabbage Hammock-J$J.:Cnaell,; :the *aid Jtahroea HuN.'drftuedr. by 1- Sjmafehgovemmeat. .

r rile up among us, if we leave the people j o-f;oar oountry, poshes*,=Is.de 'ney,'01 me orjg v* 'L; Vailf armed at St.'Jonas Fort Kin.4! hn MaditoB, .. "t oa'the l 2ad atMateJ 4ft. 4 Fehraarr i ISM,* .., .

R'I '*a Vpwrance. Do our Legislators 'ud.1 jived,fronf tHe iBtelKgeac e "and''.iriaeof lff'BvftoBi': ,Su jartias< ,'.i ports .T404 sjnp-r.TameiW.k '- -. and tOae*15W loowa acre a*'Tu being rlb9r.W..s.--\at Moaqiihe, at a ..' .

'Pf:11Y leaders refrain from. entertaining i the'people. if ,tke *sof ular, : tadi is Cj :iin; ;tftd, (..dyJ iawagex.'ioat Warm.Spring* Jarne*EHtf,,:f't I the Southern portion Or third of.saW' 'siaetp'4.4,.'
; ', *& \ Privateer 'with iferec ,.Aaerieap' -. t4T'y'-WIi Brook*, .M f{ ; ; tbn'bn4rdcuI.eJ.--r &)!". ,
this and the te&c of SCRtiseat : \ aurdt
J subject from motlfesofse16shpeb.'jI improved : public r I ft.'JI".
i dle's1aBd CSt ,Number Two-Jam HaM4' ._. '
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qt- reflecting that, .1 .- ,feealtby, U.,seei' roasVfolfe. /i iM 'Martins i pn? ,, :T and .sppaTeatly g bpaad. : Mrt1niilleEpr7B&Nard : : MJ- 1flesr.ss'D,49Lb1flhp 'e'. t3idirp ,

"Where ignorance |.L1iH. .' ..: our.'kws will. .. .tead- totbeseliprauiono- -l -._- _u y.'- (Jour l-tltr u h' $ : ,I .1bt..m..,' 'Ii 1'i.-bUIDfd.j. T$11Id ..'.- MI'N' faI...' ".' ;
cefiditioB I but OB 'tBe.c Btraryif :4 "" of,the Sc Jobne ..RrT.i.ii4 t-1' .' .
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By ... ,
** > I t'rF" *4 : i'r '84 V St., MsIyL
.-. : Gram Court ofth Eastern Circuit "0-, '. rI Dt1.i
(:'i: t* rkaj hbW oet.f or ssJ!.'at rmblica iction infrpaV 'IT '*J ; 'DLLt.kU.l :the:( : ,the' U.s.M&1! to ,r., pie.'

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4 : '", : 1 ij B.tHwil.huur or a1.: ns2ie;first.Iond ." .; Ihhment in th* MATTHEWS. P. McN.ll1i

s t .y"of October (5tb) next/ all therhtthe) and ". ,. COMPLETE"J. rt ,; has, beets hll
yW ; :tt'f. .> "tJoh _? ;" "* A bu: dek
I Interest wblc Anlonio i Alt i, AdrolnUtrator oil TBE'PRESIDENT *rwri3raiTED : plement*;,consisting, : bel ca Jnj rrhnik. lad
e, UNi'' sfatat. >f Joseph'M Amdondo,deceased. hIt1t V '- STATES/ .-:: pattern of PIoOgh.?Hoe CurnilWd lad raiMed.a jb.r

which said .estatef>had'.on,,the" aecondday of TN f pnrsuancoof, law.JJAMES K Trace trot 'Ox Chain. I | she Imrrpwf'd. JUJof&C OI lbOdsdoD a. '
,April,1539,.in.and to foUowbg dabedpro < ; and.MSOWOFOrkS4 Patt> ; na..1Wt be .arpulf'd by bcwt
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'1' VPULK .President of..the Unitedplates This host :
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mIse' J ,I Reap R ok.'Oraii Cr .in" .t' S....
; **"-' VThlrtf thoaitnaacres of Und! situated"on both) 'of'.America'. {do' ;herjbydeclare; arid Cob) Crushers, 'P line rflotflI I,J, before the '.pa", I t

>4.irnarfin< of aereeki,which, unite 'itself 'with the a4'makeknowntthawilL:; tMills, Hind.Corn MiH,. ', ,tram nr"lea. n ror Charr..tOll, .Ltcta
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: River Sawannee called,Alligator) Creek, c mmen? Patent Churns Foot
be' held at the. undermentioned land ,AI.q V
cing about seven mile West. of an Indian Town, ; Fan Mill and NnHs rft4tfn"n whhin: to take
ent fa
M offices In the State of FLORIDA at > : or "atqu psua1
wtlled AiliratorTownlwKichistn' tie North West ,: Full A'lcir.m..nt of \! Jibieb.iee

direction about forty tnitea .distant''(rom P ynea the periods.hereinafter designated, viz : and Painter'.ndcle.. .:"..ofihe, and SAtu.d.y' rllr Ntw S".a2L Yot3r4 cr na t

TO.WO,,and about,eighty miles di.tant'from: Bona : 51. Matbewsg'.im .'Iotit'
44 ; V !'At tne;;:larid nffice at ST AUGDSTINE com-. Castor Oil.Spirits:" PA5Pfler., -ilia
vista, which! parts are known unlerthf denominailion of .Glaus Window Sash, ,th.irlA-le. will be
mencingc-on Monday the-twenty-third day ot.ia'.r' Fut
of Alachna; to satisfy a .judgment.in favor of'vtMnserE. Gun Powder, Shot.Bar V tine, IIrpqnit'u,. '
Novrmbernext for the of
disposal! the public land* The ahoy. I'oat
Levy-the' locatton' of said land un f> '\ l will 1... .. foils..:
within the., u undermentioned townships and frac- Fool "r, tter, ., IJUatka'eyp"
.
"known.: .T B FITZ PATRICK, Tuesday;t'.
V r"
,
,It 8
PAPER, ,'cloc
. Sheriff Columbia Co.. 'uOlJa1'rown. ,Mp', to" wit, i' ., and | ; Picoiat H ,II .
f Alligator- August 28. 1846. 'South of;tie baseline andEasE of. the principal, Carpenter Cooper DI'r" C"Ie" P. 31. 3 .
warranted
S __ V meridian." \; SEEDS,: .*' ; : 'Jltklt'DYife' H .
w Colambia County 's.Salc.. Order thankfully n'I" 12

> Sate o.Monday, Slh October. ,. Township twenty-three' and twenty-four, of edto. Fqrpih Ix.ord,OUo or pas1sg. 'rp1 V t. c.pt.McNr &C
.. V
wnt'of(foreclosure of range iwemynine.Fractional 'Savannah-Ga.. June '
of a Mortgage- "
'. B'Y'.ituft >tont.vs.Samuel Worthinglon, I township twenty,' township twenty V" WOOD & CUOHORK.JOHN ,

have a.D"grnman.laWnamfd DICK one_ twenty-, o, and, twenty-three, and fractional V : List O( I Aplu, .....

"._ about ied.-'pon 22.yeart of&?e, and will expose,him at public.. .!ownr' twenty-six, of rang"' ? thirty.TownshIp V. : REMAINING tn'the l V FERNANDEZ & DISBIE.V
1 s before the.Court House door in the Town o( twerty.one 'and twenty-three, of the A..tl,JIC.-tille.
range thirty-one; "> nut taken put in three' H. OUNBT
Alligator between the usual hours of..I on the '
I ,Fractional townihip'twenty of range thirty.two. dead letu'rIEC8 at; y : A..f. nrlek Crftlc.
levied the .
I.' first Monday in October'(5th.) upon as cn.: anipr'S\nAU
of Samuel Worthington to satisfy a writ Townships twenty-tbreo and twentyfour i Brown.-- Reubin ) ; SPALDINO, ra
connection with'. 1
property thi.
foreclosure of mortgage, in favor. of*aid OsiasBudington. range thirty.three. VV Baobolo. Frederick1 .;.: i."o LaL, .I..nd nose odwrttJ E .
twer .' woit township Hrocr,.John T Mc.rh0od,.
Township ty.o r haJr"of and iea t
T. 8 FITZPATRICK
mil.
I .btlWt
'. twenty-firarai tii'wnhipitwenty.fivetwermty..iz, Biirnhani, Capt. M'A'2 .J ; PaJat.a up the 51.Jo15'! riff'.
; SherifT Columbia Jill
'J. County.Alligator.
5 I
; | 1345.
and .;'vn. flf range,thirty-four: CurryMo e* 3'
twen.is- i' .
1846. j' '
Augcst 28. '
-- _--- '. rroctional! ,township* twcnty nne .and twenty- Curry.Jn l .3B,, : }- UuiXet States mOue 1- I
, I 8herIff'sS"- three, 'fwfllbipe"ty.r.ur,- (except sections Camph..U.Jamp' "r:' 111'1 .'..m I'aekr,. 1

,, \ trtuerot TUlJ two executions DJtr9l4,1646.levied and,returned twenty-nine' !thirty; tfiirtyrone! Wand thirty-two.) Cross-Dr.'C1rii'l1I--'.1 :;?.J.t't. t slt\r.DJNG. C r". nllL.SARA ADd, ..
v '
t B and l. ycctions twenty-four twenty-five, in township Dean JohaA V .-- fun, bati bern
to m' by a Con'tnble, in which Thomas V ; tbtlfpo.Lf
"
twenty-eight, of 'hln '.fiye. tes..Rer Gordon .L t..r .1.'Cr-.
range ) D and taM h'LaaiIl
Bedell and Jonathan Ray nra plaintiff* for tin t uw? ,aed nbh t
( :t 'of William Hindcock and K. T. Kendrick i is and Fractional township twenty-five, twentj-six. Gakin8"Metticus: VV -?'.. forth., ftcromrmiiJtuioi! } fit f'I"'JI "'. .
I ., twenty-seven, township, twenty-eight, (except Garne.-Jiinie* : ,' her regular
itip.frnm PaL
will nalo Tuesday
ICI fldSflte l at public on. a tn r i
? ( expose section .ix,) and ectontwnihrce; 'four 3, P. Lk
Green Cal't.'Jomt'- or. Monroe
,up19 $ .J
: the 6th day October netat the u ual hour, l nt fir t.
.
and twelve, .iu township twenty-Tune, of range Hamilton James. mile*abiivr Palatka.'
the following describe! to wit : V
properly thirty-sixL V H wiil, Mr*.. Elemina 2 Tr" above Bofr, Iraig !
' I The North ". eighth of section of land, No.ll, P..lalTk' J
: .. Froctidnal township twenty-seven, fractional_ Howell, Jonn J int. alter the arrivnl nl'1fw."U. .
20 South and EITo eiJ
t I Township' 28 Range J *M
township! 'twenty-eight, (except section one,) anti How.'George L', St. Matih..N. Captaia Mt .1t1r,.
ther.'an-condusting
improvements
' I I J., geihrwith.the'Ir one log bou.e and kitchen nnd on" saw mill. townships. twenty-nine andthirty, of range' thirty.seven. ., Rand, Benjamin H, .])' ; h.carrying V ila U.S. f.iItCl the cLose 5'1
J I V Rose; Robert.- .. .
I Levied on an the property of E. T. Kendrick, to. V :
- V Fractionn1twrbip 'twenty-eight.twp .).ninfl, Rome, Simpson 1 1t44f'n.ra for Enterprise will
ulce
.
.
I said executions. Term C&'iur ibe ?
t atUfy thirty, and .thirt'y- ) *,,'acd, >townships''thirty-two Roberts, D -ldE; : ."*
Saturday Evewnst
I I '. JOHN! PARKER, V every 4 o'elwek i]
. and thirty-three, of range thirty-eight. Ramsey. George W2 hllb. *V.
I Sheriff HilUborntigli county.I Fractional town.' ; and Jaine ,\% ( | The' > 4>
I Tampa.Auguit 14th 1846. 3t hips thiity dnd'thirty-two, Sparkinnn, SIedmer Sirs)I. SpaLIip. will fa 4..' *1
townships! thirtyrthreo oud ,tI..i 11.roor"' ufrange Sitcox.Mis.Rachaei. \ 'ill.. viu i'lcotntn & 1ahtfain.a Latk1 .
'
1' Alachua County Slseriflfs Sale thirtynine..Fractional. Saberiy, FrI r.i. \ : i |,. leaving Jncksonvilte! .
4
every Monday at I
I ., O" : Monday,5th October. 1B4C. ; town\hfp thirty-four V townnhipn S nder.rih, Jho P '. I r .

\BY virtue of th* power vested in me by law, I* thirty-right thirty-nine,and forty-one, nnd sections Smith, IJjckinglmnv I I i For frei-ht' or pa'':*."rrJ, m 11,, Ctala .V.

I t.all expose for.n ilet.cf.re the Court Hodn .Im,. Iwo,eleven.. welvtr' ,'thirteen,foiirtPeiiitwentythrne JOHN M.V "". or ID ..rn..Jt. & CUtwe, A'I' J. f.

.' ir in-the town of N"wnnnville, on Mohdny1; the, V h\IJ.fmr,twenfy-lGve,.twenty-nix,twenty. Jack onville, \ :'&.t.gt| '.; .r.. r 5

.::5th,.Uyuf Ocinber next between the hour of 10 lI even,' thirty-four, tW{iy.fle mind t irt)-.b.,. in U. AU gnnd4 .m 1. r..iTf't1 Ia Sf'-. f":VN.
and 2 ()oTclock the' following ;'rfrrtyor s n much township fifty-fuiiri'of rAhgeforty.Frociionul V V : SI"n.:.i,. JII..f6..Mm.! & .V5IMI. All '
thereof aa'will puy the State tax due on the'.same, townnhip thirty-six, townships forty, ON the second l : 3i
, :: i
a(1-Sn.n
: J
D:1fl'
I furthc'jear-1845; nnd all legal costs and'charge* fo iyuie, run)..tYO, V fUI ty.threo, and fft.t urn !', apply to th 5ten- 3F
: 'I in and ntkmt'the advertisement and! sal. thereof and f'1'e inflIlIIOwr'hip! fifty-four; ( sections the county of Nassau,fora Patftc.
except of 1'': : '' Sl PI'' r
t' viz.: an undivided lmri* or portion owned or claim- one, twelve, thirteen, twenty-three venty-fourj, Executorship: vthe! : '' F
: ; 't. of said,county,,deceased. n. (G.\STO, C"re. p..1, ..11 a u
4554
r'd.by.Ftedersck Manuaml| : equal to ncie* twenty-five. 'twenty-six, twenty-seven! IFIuur, x V V : :
rive
j H thereof. in and bit certain tract of parcel uf-land, thirty-five; arid ihirty six;) of range r rl -!!.. ,. Rt I'icumaiuerryFs.la..n' i
;
known tho Ariedonilo Alachua tV .DO ni 9 A. M. on each week, and will )vskas <
,
as granrcontain ( end ,
1, 1'uttDIaiP4 urly.nn.or.y..ix, forty- eveny M. for Sttvannnli via. \r.Ml.riB, JIM C.tftfllJ, I
hundred nnd nine rhnu.an,1 I VV _
nix hun-
I inr two Mghty and
I fractional. of (
toun hip fifty-three,
( droi and! forty five a.dvfivo neventht acres being n two. _range UfIY. ,I Fcrnandina, Augnst 14 i Murjs, and. all nihrr inirhrili t# Ian.iing4r.a


.,! \ ". Son .op., 22tl December. A. D..J8 17, situate in mencing on Monday,the seventh day of December I : V p'r.on.I having : sengen for Charlsli can |IMIV.> at 8 !
; the vvenin
ALL In the llne.fSismpi.
L Alachua county State. of Florida..ALSO.i ., next; for tho, dili o.al of thapublio: land within '" of John Brown daily
*
'w'I .'. '.11 .T. L ,} .. the undermentioned. townships, ,and. fractional .Nassau county, will please' GasNin nirM in connection with Mestn.Wilder' .!
; I -. Anundiw, .1p.ert..aI' 01-portion owned> or claimed townships, viz: thenticated; within, tbe:' : ""'" & prig Line of Packets t. J
I Jolin. N in thq aid V'V .York,. of which ooe I leaves every MoaJa. 0"
by Snyer. same grant,equal indebted tojhe said| -
' South of the bate line'and East of the principal ,are. V V
to45acre.thereif. *
,
. I meridian.. payment 10. Gaston doe
"; I., ALSO : VV V JOHN A. VV' not reium to Black Creek '
; -
. i undivided Fractional township eight, of range fourteen. : way to Savannah. _
: f harnof.portion.otvned.nr? claimedbyjjohn I < Fern Dritn July 3j 1346..immediate
I. : .K.iTnwiond. in the sarne old grant Fractional: ,township seven,t9nI1p right, (ex? -- NAMES OF PACKETS.
t 455 I cPpt ,section Iw n''eoe,) end township nine, V ve","I!, e.mp< ssnjf llii Line will hemfUf
equal to thereof,
acre* : .. L .. ,_ > ,. il '
,\TAn en _--_-- .1. r ; iT. ) F. j r "p. ; "" n ptrliril recnfar/ every Slwuliv as fp0 v,:
. undivided-- -I share or iMiriinn owned or claimed V lown!hip; nine, (except section thirty-one,) and ,_t1. that Six Month*'nfter Brig CII TON.T. Lyw. master:Jupe -

4; t by William T" i'n* urv\\nctrnie\ thnNew(, fractional totviMhipa. ibirty, thirty-one, and thirty- Honorable .the,Court ? AUGUSTA, A. M. SLerwoo.1. mastrr,

; f,.York Florida A,iw>cmtionuin the came',aid grant two, of range .txt rn., .. i, county,,for a final yii i | 23.

equal to,6322 acres'th.'re ...f.ALSO Fractional townships thirty, thirty-one, lhlrlIltwo. .lion on the Estate \Vi1li, bark VERNOX.W. EHlery.miterrTaaea

F ,. .and thirty-four, ofrange seventeen*? V and also, at'tho ,same timo' StV ANNAB. A. lb.'V, master,JuyT.V

, & An nndiviiled sham or portion owned or_claimed Townships twenty-four and.twenty-five,)of range ministration on ihe-Kitntr : !: EXACT.J. Johnson, m',ter. Jury H.

p "1.Charle*' A. J ryil. exeentor of Noah ,Jarvis.v twenty-one. '' deceased, this. 24th April, "J EXCEL, C. B. Smith. m*"ter.Julv SI.

.; 'deceasedj;: in the -sano'said: grant,''equal to 929 Township seventeen nnd'twenty-one, of range --COTTON se vessels are enmnijiaded by men t.1 nanrl

acres thereof. twenty tio.Lands ., V V ,:April24th'y 1846eCm V ; ; erience, who will t. every exertion twreader V

;a ?-??'" *': *.- ;.; ALSO appropriated by law for the CircuIt en:er8 as comfortable as possible.
In
: ,An undivided,, or pl'trtionn\yncd chimed of schools : other will mil punctually as *b*ve, aad in si V V
:
use military or CiRCOiT
EiSTEnN
purposes
,
.'. by Innnc.Print in the same said grant, equal'to V ; be towed to sea by a Siembnnr..
I /-2461 acre thereof.' will be excluded from sale.' V lIt1 of Duval GEORGE HOLMES

.: ALSO The'sales will:each be'kept'open for Kingsley B. Gibbs. and Acent. Jackwntille.

I .- 'An tJMi rid clsh"ll.rrortinnmvnf"clnrdaimM! two weeks, (unless the lands are sooner. .Benjamin.Executor A.of Putnam : t can be secured at St. Aau.tineoa .f-

by Jnlm M.S.Amore, in the same said grant;equal. of and .l and Zepheniah.Kiugsley : to B. t. CARR & CO., geats.
> to 929 acre thereof. "disposed! : ,) V no lopger, no pri ,' deceased., Iv 15.1315.From. .

.. .. <.r.t ALSO, '1 4 vatc'entriei of .land, in the townships Complainants, V V

( :. < An mdivided share or portion owned claimed so offered, "will be 'admitted until,after I ",. Euca1.lJ she GiiltM>nil,!. Jail V B.af

: by: Mnrderm M. Noah; in the- same. said ,grant,.: the expiration: of txvo weeks from the George< Kingsley Defendant., ', Ditrict, S. C.. a nero fellow, 5 61!
-: <.nual to 1365 IhpI'f' (' !
acres '
commencement, said sales.'V % inch' Li h. duSt complexion, sknv is
... It having been made to ; :ir, :
AL$O" ;
'' : and !Ii". neveiefcitin' tetween lit
Given speech a
hand
An undivided share.or portion owned or claimed, under'my at the city of affidavit that i the Dvfedant, I. .
11. i l '
sides >out25ye roil.andMjKi4
t by the heir at law of Alexander Mi 'Muir,:de- Washington; this. fourteenth dayof: the Island beyond of St.jurisdiction.: EL .ORD, and that he ...t.,tAt S-.
ceased'ib the same said cn nt.eqaallO 4641 acre August Anno Domini' one thousand .
,
f Tea
thereof. : :motion of B. A. i Putnam, II Meriweliter) county, Georgia.

St'.. ,, V. .. ''..- -.-,-; ; ALSO, V eight, hundred and {o ty.six.'* Complainants, V I V will btt paid (or bu apprrheositMi and Jrliutf
By the President : ORDERED, V That the so that I may get himEDWARD a ai. "
An undivided shn e or portion owned or claimed V V IT is ; (
.. JAMES.K. V MCLLrGA
V V" POLK. ley do and answer /
the same a1d
V by Jeronras Jvhniioru in grant, equal appear
,
.
JAMES H. PIPER, Acting ; : 26 if Sheri Bra i.f'rtnt riffc
to 8500 .acres tb rebr. ,'* .V within six months, or th* ( -
; !. r.VV' THOS. C/ ELLIS, J.. Commissioner of-the: General- -Land. Office.. coafesso against him., I IAIC'D'IT .-AttrnoenleiiBg i lied VS

':" ,:. Sb f1'and Tax'Colleclor.i 13 FURTHER OR hereby bformed.that .e own, by virtue* t

&t. V Ne11'a ;j (,:201h: f frJ i.1846., VIt NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION. .CLAIMANTS. this Onler be published ill ; .h Grant to Domingo Fernawrex 30CHff

"' Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption I ted within the said Circuit, ) in Marion. OQ"'I.E.. F.J-a T... ip 13
: VSfley1fl&8a1c.
; "AlachHa County- : many land,within the.limits,of the townships andtownships LfvcIyforsixiniritis.) ; j oth.ha.e awl .ran-* 21 Em 0151W' ,3'
\TTILIj BESOLD, on, Moolay."tbe; 5th of 'of, : [ '
; p'artii above V ..
enumerated V ,
i is
I. V Tw October'next; between, the hours:< f' tea required TH03. t ,known on tb* Spanish r!01 ** Woe y *.
to estabUh-thesarne tothosatisfacMion of tho Register V I, Osc HART, Clerk of; sail| about Marion and AUr..a C"n'rr s*
and two o'clock, at the Court House, in ilia Town ;
I a n : office l Lr1"
We
: of Alach prop.r ,: cerlify ..nbove t'i. be a, .' fir Hall's han.iwek.
Newnantville'County ",-' a sufficWt '
: : make .
|
V of the undivided iRt restofJdiImiLBrusl,* pvnieiitjbcrofor.o oon at.practicable, made,and entered in said person(tOni occupyJr c!ia any .LMt tfd'P .
.. portion after tteinp.thit.. .notice._ ,, l1.ncl.lM-f", the day, '
V W Brush apoinied Ninth day of Murrh, A.' Dl : ott said land.V
Vannes
'
Eoge
Charje e Julia Al *
: ,: [> ( r' tilt. commencernpnt of the public sale THOMAS LED WITIL
IN TESTIMONY
,
V V: .--Vanness: and ;Margaret Brash', situate, io, said, of the landsVmbraeing the tiact cUimfd otherwisesuch r-v-a-I: .
; [L.s.f hand > S. D. FERNANDiZ.
*, t County, in and to a certain tract or parcel of land, claim will be (.rfehe I4. u' ._ UMtusetmy | } Nail U

- ,:V' V V 'knqwif.a* the Arredofxin nine thousand Grant,six containing It wo JAMES..H, PIPER, ,Acting .'o _n.:1idCourc., V .V-, ,., ; l t V ck n, t.. Nt". J3.1S-IS. V .' -
'i-hundre&.udeigLiy
hundred 'Circuit Court. '
and !
V
- Commissioner of the General Land Office' rV.
< I .. March 13: ; COmrrT,'
,
.,'( five and five ST JonKS
;.;, t : orty evenths! acres, being grant I A23'12w: t. ;' VV V f V ', : Tt lnCUf': V
'1-.f'-;7."' V ,t made to Fernando de 9,. :. 1 '
j: V *t oo the 22ad.December, A. D.'1817, to .atiar"aiul : NOTICE.V : ..AdlB'RI tr : \u\ I !
I; V < pay tbettes Hue to the State '.of'Florida from the''TN'p ruancer of"the rrque;t'of 'parties1, intnrestH Notice'Is.hereby*' given"!'it *to tV v | i-it itr.ItI rr.jIaChtLTr" ,

V jpershn*above tiamed, fur and on account flfI their L Notice 4*h..rphy.gltPn that.SIX:\V EEKS I V 'c *-rt( ; ?.
.
V V V, : -- :, .: .- interesaraforetald and. all legal t >n"d charge fter-ihexiato beirrgvl shall ''apptv:'tcT, ho'boiiora" Mattb--Uuufey dpCt' ; RL&S W'. Szxxois.V ,

V , Saving been'm* k to ""!*t >bf.Idan

I '. .. : .. .; : V THOS.C. < ,ELLIS. (or letter of Administration n' Ibo. Eitate of V against or interest,'in'said l satisfaction i ,of the Court.iM lbS **tf
'
V '* u' : **- Sb.rifr-and Tax Collector. J .blla., ..,deceased, late of said cutintV ame be exhibited''or ansetird ; } / : .".. 11'1 she abp PflilJrd eav'. n1e

. t V : ::V :p iNewJWiAiU8frt..'4.1846. V -r *V JOSIAH!SECKINGER., two pmhU;. l* date, !" { ; : : J : the limit of: tlUr State J flogida .ad '1
&- '
: + t* IQTJhe'. abaetllls- is ;postponed frombp wnaniviI1e,August 14th.;1846".V 6t, .. ,Prorii. I1 vjnK claim_ an
V: rah September_ ntU Monday/the Sd. of October NoTVj ,' .
'. Mrlntmh .>f Ma nap Ctunt, dii 'i.
V .t.efl&tL. V V V V herely glve I to aH 'per7on. interf.! that, that tlw 'Mir! defend. rr
IS rut _
'A1ackaaceunIT Skedft'sSaI Months after : ,
% ''TI71CI. cqr f1bf lb ( ,Honorable the C uiklr.Probate for_tb 4ay Octo. (,bi
: ,.. t'Y n bfT ne&t! ilWt.., the iloOri or'10,anti 2.iiInthe ,.for a final;MtJJ"lOr" t,.and!< oljpwance oit. V .. .I'1345.. -,'. V 6 : $ ; and' it I* further onff rr I,,ititcupy C.
V 'Ahgm t CU-tk of ttit .
V V '..ct kNt6'Cmirf1it ,$ Town-'tf N. my accounts ar4vnucher.1 as administrator on the iluty'certified, by tn" SVMIWI t1'
V *.;.IW.UkVijU1ffciIt. p4Hio i Q' f'Ih fa it of: ,Estata(William7 Dfllr doceased. later-said"coun-- V f 'cI fn some" .!r' 'r{ '?

f. V Henf1 Oadl".tdeCl9a..cJ, 'tn'IUUfJ.thct'cuiUJ1'fC 61'idN tyt and.for/si.difcharga from.myjadmiuUtrntton'on k:'TfI*person! *;nterwtwl I Circuit of Florfcfa. once a week V V

o 'due"tfi"lt: itsj brFlorilavon| 'aedS&qt: oT. .aM E." -. V .? ABA\LftRjc. n.mfihe expirailrmWMi : : for fonr'months; (S'gnd) &

..id ifat rejtil.HM-uiig-all; 't IUi..," charger in, Hrpvnaniilif. K r Ff;, May/8._ 1846,; :'Cm_ '. shall npVyrio the Jrabl ( GEO S: HAWKWMjj V
V : .teDdf otdW ; I ,- :for AUrhHS:CnnntV.. Tor'a"cJ : Sr V V
averJfeirrentn Uier.r :: : I :
t' ... : NO'I'ICS.: ,. ,. DUMC k..a: .j :
(
I: ...!I. &.td(1't.i Ii11Ii returned Ill.. I'v'G,91; RLru.n'1nprested are* ,hereby notified" *thnt1; ;accounts &discharge rrO rn\ : ( PETER, B M. TriteV
; VP
: the
FIrbpkaM l thjp esintaioC, \'yj l : "'r eenily foregoing
mi ItW
!.t:: .t tJ tf' 1'pfrau :irl ntbt'1aft.r.the, ; V
Rae f'd..bY'ir.SnpnmCoun' Order efReei.III"mY 0. V
l$14C4U01J.V .
.: !
*
: to 'date:hereof, ; I>shall:;-apply*to-the'JHonorableP l't' 'J: : .1 V r" WITNESS nJan4aed.ieilQI

t MMELIAIariit fI..n.t J : t L Sro toJo: bwri ft'rV !. 1 i. Safltafeel'ond V M 1"I.tt.J8' : .] Court ibis ttft'r.f, A. D..I g4 V
_. l 1 l''ct from r '
Eg.tSI i settlement of:my acc uht* and. discharge myadaiinuiirotlonon ; V V. PETER. J. IH1JlASlV'; V
I th'e.tate of limes L? {;
.. :TtiwnNewnansville .- :
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