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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
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Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
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General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
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i 1 isements must bt paid for before in. oJ [ I address.Otfflitter:.and.,piMm'sia* to .'

5aIuby'the requisite a.reffular sum:altom may r.b.By ascertained referring VOL.. IlL] ,.J CDONVILLB.- -. ,:FBlDtVi. ? MeBJVrVUwOTE. ; 1 iIJ..E. : ..'i8<.. T :W vided
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KiT.f| "rusements not marked with the inmnbeiIJ tiun, in such of the Stale* as she PresideiU. rnay'thiqk : ty- nipr.;iOI1sadI1nine i ,hundred and .imetrthfec, 1 CJ-IA1' 66.-As I : - '_ 'Well/; said the obliging\ IBM .
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V < l ft. Act relatluntO
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-, e1l iiheJ.will bo continued until forbid expeilient. whir 'a brief ilescriptlon ofthaminernl donors'. '- ,I ". 'orratm! ,. ., < the pqment 'catch me doing
0e.tsrl! far.TIive region* of the' States bf lllinoi, '* and Arkanjs For drag :for same% :fiftyitwo -rthouiinil 'two, : s..ct I. a good-natured ;.
: It'Ii i Ute fur olhre.r. the laml.t& beofTered fbr sale showing the number For vulunjfers (including: officers &: uthnriz- 'k'flepTl1Cfl1adVeoftbsuiUnjtrl''In States nf Amer- man if I cannotfind her bandlcV ,
Congress
"1:111". For Si K Months t t ilO 00 .and localities nf the different, .mine* now. _knowrrt. :. (ed by act*, passfd".tbe.pri'aen'ssnn) ml jiseiri'inationi I !1"i" rtjlbf; Unltrd assembled.That 'Wvrr n Whizz, wen) the steam, dbr disgv
InlJt'htnfs and Creditors s : 10 00itl.ratt 9 State aforesaid shall 'If- .
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the iflisrnvcring qusilsyufthnur'p < those of the
probability regular in 'UHTtwelve
for Letters or.If'n'in'iltration'' 5 '00 arm II Set have ,llf'nf allowed ding, wentthebelI: the dust flew *l"
ihe far.llities"Ir w ;rkui2'lf;the further facilities .. field YIZ: 'p.- / / ;I l : bin, n *}m\m nrjWlof "
7LjeiiglOU$ notices will-be inserted. gratuiadmissable .] (if finy) f;* mnnufncturics ,hot.:iheit'l For pny of officer*,: ,twn .hundred. ,an Congress and. thereby directed to bepiui.sh..V) rio.n.yshiahipt sparks flew, anl the cars fl:w, ai'ty.
ahal '
personal coramunicatlana will J.ad and pntnls, niul. the mezna .ncl."IIt"n| *" of 'thiiiisanp and'ninety dollars. to .rwr ).any -pan thereof ,bn paW say, like ligbtiing, until 'westhpe
'1fl rrl u advertisements. transporting the whole In the principal m'nrketn in .For.ubistenci,ofofficer.,-&o .,om-" him ra
T AI bills for Job Printing roust be paid on'..thefthe the United S'at I.l.rtnicr-J.. Thntthe, sniil lands. fifty two!thousand seven hundred and slxleet, ;do U .r'( adnnm! traiororailmiai! ; executor' or executor, name of it now; but it would bI.! .
work. *hallhot be subject to'the rights of.,f'. pti"n.ln.; Fur forage for .officer horses,, fifty It.fit' thousandtlimehurfdrexl -" :or shall tratorii,unless swhperson ,9i 99 +
7Aflcommnnieatns .mast be addressed toHXZIARP. til after lie sum! have been t fft'rt'1ll\t i ubli6 sale And seventy$ -six Holfnrs.- persons- produce lo the. proper disbursing| } consequence if tl could remember;- co

T1' A poge paid andazzItjecttnpfivatentny.' I I FnrclotWng nfner', servants,. thirteen thou-. 'csmapr ofli-er! a warrant claimanta of attorney" rx.utC'\' aiH-h An old gentlemin started up.,and s" gaa .
Ser. 3. Anti be it further enncled. Thtt upon snnd eight hiiridred ilohla r. miniiiirator adminitttatnrs- executor or exeeuinrs, ad to poke under the seat where Cantam*

BY AUTIIQRIT.Y..c sntitfncioiy:"primf mnde III ihe registernml receiver' Fnr' pHr.&r.J&e? of tvolmiteffs.. anthorixed by or the resolution after the"enactment Holmes bad""sat. "'What .-
of the rn'per Innd 0ice thnt )". tractor tract. of she act ,(fhirte nth May- eighteen; bandied) anti or act ah1winjthe 'claim; and '. are- ,youeek-
Slntesj R"n r such f
the United PoM d at the !ery warraat of fort I .
... attorney shall'refer such ing .
Session.f die TvresilT-'Vintli- laM lands ronlntn K mine or mine* of lend .rt". "c.ru forty ,six. three million .four.hundred 'an.) ninety n-.. lntior> or act; '.n't..r.I to inquired. ;< ;
first l ili.coYfl.t and worked ,.i\in\ and in reciteth* amount !
bring even tb"n and ilujlars. ? allowed thereby urnf ifiall be'aftpsfe.l Ixwking'forl'iaidthejpld gentleiis- ,r -
ptss. that cis e the mime shull' lie sold in such legal lube \ Forsiibsis'tenceln kind, one million1'fifty .f irthousand s wiinewes. and be ack ( ) Ky two'competent -,' 'why I nm looking for-njytbUndleofclothes. ". *
'. 3S.-AN ACT tu lrneMA thc county of flivi*pn'or' subdivision' a. will include such min* and' five hundred 1 dollar: rioni edged by the person 1 .' .
or
Z% executing ire *
in the Dutrict of Columbia, tu the or nine' *; nnJ no bid -h .ll be rereivod therefor 'af ." 'Pqrcamp.eqmpage 0118 hundred and | before an officer having -
thirty nut
l1tpnehia. hnpilj take Was
0 the $chtn.wle.tlempnt nf. .l*..!. it tied tin in'It... vpl1nw 11."d1t.
lilt of Virginia.no a lets rate than the sum of I wo dollars anti fifty thousand dollars. 1 f : who haflcnsif|| such i i -- ---- -r Jchien' -" -----
-- more territory ought Ui be held" under- cents pernrre; and if surh tract or tracts shall ,not For medical "and mVpfthl supplies. fortyVfivcthousand shall "appear by)staeh certificate acknowledgement : and) it 1 asked. *:>

'dler1rll.1.iv..II' i4t ion given t U C.n rpno".r be .tld ntsueh public ". nt surh price, nor shall fiv!' 'hundred rlolhin \ .r.Ih. l mtl IilhI! making of such that ,such officer 'Yes, and nothing else,' saidiheold: .

for DUtrict which is the Seat of the General he entertM at private Mile within. t".lvr..lTlonlhc For ordnance, arm., &c. three butidre1l andi fur-. read nod fully explained ttrknowledgement man .
such .
than mar bo necessary nnd proper thp..rt'r.IIt'n; 11uHnrn. sholl !M:subject to sale nn ty four thousand 1 dollars. Lathe warrant of I
Government 'Good oblig
attorney person or heavens! exclaimed the !
of such and h..n-a.. other 'laucV: Provided Th .ubchyi ion For &.. of the .' per acknowledging .
far the nurpo es a seat; w rx- nfrienre bath (b< wn that the pottion oldie District of any kinl of said lands upon which: there may department, six i million three hundred. and) Aprtovf'd.lnty9,1846. ing young man_ '1 threw it out of the
I ceded the United States be oultanrting loae leases fn the Government nine thou ; 'dollars. at Needham I
Columbia to by an fir 'm i-and and twenty eveu car ; thought it belong

she State of Virginia has not been, nor is ey..rlike1 of tn United Stales, or their aullmrized Approved 1'July 201846.i; ''\ CHAP. CT.-An art further to extend the limo to Captain Holmes.' ,. .i
to be, necessary for that purpose and agent nifxpired and undetermined, ahull l lit' for : .
] locatingVirginia military land warrants i 'Captain Hoi si' ) ,theo
whereas tn* Satenf Virginia, by an net passed old tintilnfter the letrrmmition of such tense or CHAP. 64,-An Act authorizing'an issue of treasury ,and me exclaimed ..
.returning thereon
en the tbinl day of February, eighteen hundred leases by {fluxion of I Knf'. voluntniy surrender, or notes and a lonn. J j I Lnnd) Office. surveys tu the Gtfne.ro! fellow, ,with.a,look of despair 'WbO.jf

iwlfwrtj SIX. milled "An act accepting by the other \
State of Virginia the county of Alexandria.in Appru dJu'y' 1J, 18-16. Representatives ofthe( United.Slates, of Am rica Representatives nf the United Sjates nf Amer- tamed all my clean' clothes,,that I'Wai
iJpDu'rirtuf Columbia when the gam shall in CongrriK assembled. That the Presideni da in
Congre assembled 1. Th thn to son's .
u act entitled wear at tomorrow
receded bf the Congressof Uniteil States/' CHAP. 3f.-AN ACT to legalize r.'nai'n 'la nil the United States is hereby authorized to Ca se **An' act fur h..r In extend the tim for my wedding

bib signified her willingness to take (tack the sales' male at Clmrchuma and Columbni, in the'; treasury,notes to be issued for such.urn or si nsHA Virginia military la ml 'warrant, and returning locating. morning. Good Lord! 'good, ,LordJ
afuresnid Therefore State and to identify, the. Chicn. the "of the surveys what can I dol' .
,*iltPrThnh7cf'de4 a< : ofMissis-tippi. rxigenc'rpji government mny requre; thereon tu the General Land) Office," _
5rt. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House snws hrrfnr. nod in place nf such of il.e same* may August nineteen, eighteen hundred and"llroYC' Nothing 'could be done-but to.give
1"P"lf"ntalin'l of the United State of Ameriassembled. Sec. I. :B f itenwcteil by the Senate 'and i House oil, to cqu.e olheri to IM i iisued. I; but not btI'I"clj'rn.! : at to all warrants ismed prior to the tenth fortyone his address to '
iCtcrH' That with thens"entof of Representatives, of the United Stntes of America the 'sum of ten million ofilollars of the'obliging young man
day August, eighteen
hundred and and)
p'of th* county and town of Alexandria, in Cnn ni' assembled Ttvit it may and shall be outstanding nt any one lime, and to ,be issued jn- no others t..nnd ll e. same is hereby, revived forty' and as before, and console himself with ,a,
hereinafter all of lawful fo t..ntllo be issued in rdir.ofy tier the limitation and) other contiineil promise that the bun'dle should
fc, fruined m prescribed, as cavs. pruvisioas continued in force until the first "II l of be,rr :
District uf Colombia ceded for such the sales of bind mnde io the anil offices In'lhe rntitlnl authorize the icI y January
portion of dl to a [ ; net An act to eighteen hundred and forty eight i turned to him piovided it should ever p
,t.irrd States by th*' Stnte of Virginia and all at Cmcchuma and Columbus in the Stnt* of I sue of treasury notes," approved, the twelfth) cf Approved. July29, 184( be found. The
tai and jtJriioCliction therewith ceded over Mistiiftinji, an may be found by the deinitivelyestablished : October one thousand eight hundred and thirty-" obliging.young' l ,

give be. aUIII thnsame Are hereby ceded and linfrof the Chickasaw cession of one .("en.l"xr..pt llmt'tho authority hrrrby give! to CHAP. 68.-An Art civing tie assent of Congress was now in despair, and made anolhsY

jWrr>Iinq< i lt.*d to ih State \1rginitt. in thousand (right hundred and thirty four, ;10 be, in issue,treaiury notes shut) expire at the end bfpne ton change of the compact entered into between solemn vow that he would neverattempt .

ioJ! tb tluie ight nnd jirimlirli. as well of whole or Ipart. within that cession and the said year from the passage of this net. !. the United Slates and tin Stale of Arkansas to oblige a man again. The next tta-j
jtisf per )ns residing! or to reside thereon. sales are iterehy confirmed and legalized: nnd for Sc.:2.: And be it further t'nmclrd.' That 'the on her admission iniuth**Union. tion was his own and
fc.2. And be it.irliernacteJ. That nothingofjicnnuined the lurr"*" of indemnifying the Chickatnw triln President if in.hi* opinion it shall be tho interrstof Whereas, the Congress of the United States landing-place, > ,
.1.:1111. construed to vest in the of India.f"r said sales, there is hereby appropriated the United States 40 In lo, instead issuing net supplementary tn an net for the ndmis.,ion byon he went towards the door of the car, Ee.

;sf Virginia any right of properly in the ciismV out rf any moneys in the treasury nit otherwi the whole amount of tieasury notes n'ithonizedhy of the Stato of Arkansas into thn Union and to I saw a silver-headed cane, which lie
*e and post office of the United Stile .e Bpprfpriatfd a sum *f money eqtal in nil tin first sectii'ris'lthisact, may borrow on the ere- provide for the due execution nf the laws of the took hold of and read the inscription

tiitip town or Alexawlria, or in the soil of the which hn{ Iteen received upon snid .ai4s. to the dit.oftlie,United Sntesuch- an amount of money United Slate within the tame and fW.biher on it-'Moses Holmes East Needhara/ :
tII hereby recedetl so as ta effect the rightt&UatUnr und craarptI' bv lilt tr.*nty with Haid C irknv MS h* may ileem proper, and issue her for stork June puipo "
es approved third, 11U '
/ corporations therein, other\f right M them belonging 'rltviel..11n."prd..It"J1 of the United State* for th,',um ihii borrowed dial nnd thirty six, in twenty the fifth ,proposition eighteen male'- 'Well! ag exclaimed. the.obliging, ,

ku.muam" shall or may trantferred by That this act shall not ext"|id tonnvsiile i in the .nml' form, And under the snmo_ restrictions, to the State of Arkansas, and which was subsequently young man, 'if here isn't Capt. Holmev

cd: U'lmduals or corporations to the State of wh"rnihe pnrrhi money may haveltcen,. refunded limitations and provwion as are contained in the accepted by the General. Assembly of the cane!'
r In i- purch .er.Approved. act of Cung,,,approved April fifteenth,one thou ,tate Arkansas, that '
provided the two entire 'Yes said a gentleman ''who in' '
See 1 And be it further enacted That the jn- July 15. 1826. sand eight humlrifd,and forty-two, .entitled "An tiwn-hip* of laad located by virtue of an art of got .
.1jcsandlawi now existing in the said terii- net for the extension of the loan of eighteen hundred Congress, entitled."Anartconcrniog at the last station, 'and the old fellow'is

MTvifdtalbe Uniteil Stttes by the State of CHAP. 38.-AN ACT mchnnge the timenfboMing and forty-one, and for .u addition of five millions ) or learning in the Territory of Arkansas a,"seminary lame, too. He will miss his stick' :

trgisisusr4sre4atl.l over the peron and prop- th' Fi'di-rnl' Court in Nona Cnrolim.Sit of dour}| thereto, nnd for .lluwing! intereston the second day nf March, eighteen hundred al'l'lOvt'd 'Do you know him V ,inquired,.the*,
r fi 4ivi duah l therein residing shall not cense : 1. B. it enncffl hv the S'Minte nn4 ll.vie trejuurj' nott- sIne," Provided, however anti which the firm
recited
by ofCongress
1.nll'rn. act obliging
rsVtermipe until tbe State of Virginia hall here.ifnppm ..rn"rrtc'nltlivM of the Unitrd Stnl1-. of A'ovrica Thin the turn so K>'irr"ttti),together with the treaHiity were vested in and) confirmed the young gentleman.'Know'him '
<{'.by law for th extension of h r ju- t in Congn' sembed.! l11d the Circuit C.mil by virtue of this act. shall not in General) Assembly oftheStaianf Arkan. to tu be : I should think TO,' re* .

pJittJon; ami jttdirial system over the said territo- I s'fh. Unie: States for the district of North Cnrolina I lie who),* f'xr.L shin um'if f ten million of dollar! : "1'I'mpri.t..I..I..I; ) to the use and 1 support if.eta university plied the gentleman, 'he' is my uncle/' .

,1IerrbJ rrce.1..d. ululle 1..ltIat Rnleigh on the fit Monday And provided further Tbut no coinmt ,ion shall in said State: And, wher ns, the General 'And does he live at East Netdhamt
M. 4. Aarl be it further enacted That this in Juno and ihfir Monday in December, intend lx allowed or paid fur the negotiation )the loan Assembly of the Slate of Arkaptn have, by their asked the obliging '.
Uifadootbeia force until after the .4 December eighteen, eighteen
..ifth county ana'town of Ale "nllri".h,11 suits. appeals; recogniztncws. priKe*"es, writs, and) hail) ln rodfvmed lit a (N'ri
If fW81''ct it in the mode hereinafter |, vided.Itacdiitely .- pr4icee lings whntever pending, or which may I bepeading years from the 'IMIIM thereof.SKC. said compact t<* authorize said General Assembly any where else.. _
. after the close of the present session in said court,or retunmbl thereto shall) : 3. And be it further enacted. That' the to appropriate said seventy two sections of land to 'Well, if that don't beat' thing *
every
rfCwjmi, the President of the United States have ilay itterein. and be heard, tried proceeded treasury note .and)" stock issued under tie provisions common school purposes J Therefoie, said the J
itappoint five commissioner. (any three of with and decided in like manner .. if the lime of of this net shall Not hear a higher rate of in*. Sec 1. B. it enacted by the Senate and Houseof obliginyoung gentleman, 'and

: ttadj act,)rititi'ns of the.said town or county holding .a id com had not hereby" been altered. 'rp..t thiinsix per, centum per annum,and no -part Representatives |hi United Slate* o(America J put him our at Needham, jastfivei. _
, /Aleundria and fref holders whhin the snme, Approved, July 15, 1846. thereof shall be disposed of M lesnihnt par. in Congress assembled, That the assent ofCnngressbe miles tbe other side of his home' t */

tW iWI he sworn Iwfure om. justice of the .S ic.' 4. And t be it further enacted.That iio compensation and i is herrbyiiento, the change HARRY FRANCO. ,
j :
CHAP. -AN ACT toestablishthzo collection shall)) be made whose i 0
fwe ia and for the aid town or county to iliafk to, nny: officer salary I naid compact asiceii lOt by the said General Assembly
rt thi duties herdij 5mj od upnnlhernfnilhi district of Chicago.See. is fixed bylaw for preparing,signing, or issuing I so as to authorize arid empower the General The ,
is
i ii1y, {lf'liUv! ami is she l lwt .i f.ala..arahi1ul'- 1. i Hr itennned by the Senile find Houof treasury note*; nor slim nnj'cleiksbe emploed As embly of th<* State of Arkansas and liar are following" a "mean, con temp. .
.. ':*rwnmwsMMjers: fir any "I[ tbein. *hnll pnwithin Re-resemative* "CIII" United States of America beyond the number authorized by the act herein I hereby authorized and empowered, to appropriate) tible slander, of course; and we only :

tpJ l.*n el4U ufi..thry nre nul iifie l ..ifthirljlI.iIttmPuT in Congress ,tt-'mblt'll! l, That a collection .Ii"!! referred to.Sgc. said) seventy two sections of(and) for the use ami place it on record to show.how far peo

; in fix'11'| n the lime, rlru.f'! .a",1 man met be, and hereby is, ..tstlkhed upon the western ,5. And be it further, enacted_ That the benefit of common trliooU in said State, or in any pIe's tongues will : : ; "
T el.\ n' ih' vote within ihe I town or county sh-irr of Ink* Mjchignn tithe called the li- sum of fifty thousand dollars be, and the same is other' mode the said General Assembly may ceeni "The number and go '
size
Itainilria and shall give notic. of the name by trict of Chicago, within which the IM.rl'.lf Chicago hereby"appropriated out of any- money in the'treasury proper, for tbe promotion of education in said of the skirts, ,
dwrtUemmt haIl be of The said district shall otherwise appropriated;: the or petticoats-grass cloth coffee ,
io Hie new'|i'|K>r thenaid town.W A port entry. not purpose State. begs
ilic .h1 at the plir tut appointed every include the leriilory bat bars, rivers' and waters of paying the amount of cerium treasury notes JOHN W. DAVIS, -now worn by this ladies of Boston is .
hehie nnle citiz<*n iaD for ff'Ci.t..llq| 'iii<| county of Alexandria forQQwth the States of Indiana and Illinois, north- authorized officers of the government, were subsequently G. M. DALLAS/ instances ,
< prpcedin the time wh -n he uflVr his; watt) to the town and river Seborgnn, and inclu purloined or stolen and put into hrcuhation Vice President of the United States some as we, are credibly* .:

.inAne pcr on$ anel pauper( exreptitl. nh.ill .iiveofthe same, *hirb are within the territory of 1 without evidence their face .f.h..ir having been and President of the Senate. formed, to no less than t Airsy.ihregjrn. .

.tiv. WIC'fIIJIMln| the q"4tittn arceptini or Wisconsin. A collector shall' )) be appointed for said cancelled, ) tn use resfyextivft holders, who may Approved July 29, mense envelopes. The weight of these,, I
Vflint th. rr..vicinn"i of this nr.t. The ni.l comri district, who shall receive thnsame amount of nnriual \ have received the'snme, or any of them. for a full 1846.JAMES K. POLK. 'coverings being if

sh.II pn 'ide whn thi vute is taken, ) compensation as the collector, of. the district. consideration, in the usual course ol business, has been found very great, .
IsJ1l.cj. ,llqii..Miiin< aririing in relation tit size of Micbillimarkinac.Approved without notice or, knowledge of the, samefhaving From the New 'York Mirror. necessary' :to shorten-, .
'W-f"."m. vl"r ihi.*ft. Within ibreo (clay .July 16 1846. been stolen, or cancelled or altered and without. A RAILROAD INCIDENT. them in length, to keep them from drag;, ;

'i"rth;. .m( utMUen a. .fi'1'f'4a.l. the nul comUU any circumstances to cnt suspicion on the good There's nothing like _an obliging dispOsition ging on the ground; and a fashionable J "

.inr.t'rc ; nuke o it three tntrments ..f the CHAP. 60.-AN ACT to exempt canal boats faith or due cautiom w.ithwhicb they may have ,I thought to" myself woman now bears' a strIking reiera; .
one day
!tc Iha ,wtL: "P" %..,11. arc.1 'iniki I h.ir ""I". from the payment of fees and hospital money.. received the some blance to
11:hPMI.''I .kd 'ot' 'uI.'niuI"t ,!?. |Vi'l lnt Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate. < ..Houseof .1 Approved July 22, 184G. when travelling in a railway"car from a common hogshead, marc- I

I 11aa Utt-d So"'''. I" 1.1 th. (;..v.rnitr of the Representative* of the United Stats of America I .Boston to Worcester, seeing a gentleman ing off on turkey's legs. It is said that .

,..r.llb.r.b'arzitia. ",,:| one .hulll. tie. in Congress assembled That the owner or 1 CHAP. 65.-An bet'maldng appropriations for put himself to considerable troubleto during the exhibition 'ofi works, on ;

r.4..4 I: 'ta.r' ..11,4 ..r.11" ruiinty rouilof owners, master or captain or other |>ersons.employed :.certain objects of expenditure therein land nother gentleman,who had fallen Boston Common, on the 4th of July, a
tuldIj** n ,jtuy of the vi.tf* "n in navigating cinal boats without. masts or specified.. jSKC. dressed
in
''zh.: cut*rilnt.rrovi.ious(given this steam oower, no why law required to registered 1. Bo it enacted by the Senate'and House asleep, at his destination. young woman the extreme of I

f.t1IiitshIIhew.d aol| of nIt efP-ct; hut if a licensed, enrolled and licensed,- shall not bj required (If Representative of the United.States of America 'Passengers Needham !' cried'out' fashion,was mistaken by'sorneboysta,
*
14hyofth .kl wettPtl ,hl..1tI1" In (nor or Ac'&IiI to pay any marine hospital tax or money; ; in Congress assembled, That _the' following the'conductor-'the car' stops but one I a public tent, and they 'had actually. :

""" ?ruvj.j".P15114 act. then this act .t.U nor shall the person employed to 'navigate' such sums ,of money be, and,the same are hereby, a| minute crawled 8 me distance under. the.ao. !
i.r'.lIr". land it .h.n! heals "receive benefit or advantage from the preprinted for the several objects of expenditure ;
k I""duty| | sftIi| ?' any : vass before they discovered their mia .
iIIat"lhe U.'itNI Stale lo inform .I 1 he Governor marine hospital fund; nor shall such 'owner orowtiPrs hereafter .specified-viz: For the pay and, rail- 'Hollo! exclaimed A young man in \ + ,
take.
.rr-arcin_that thi art ;, in full fore and effect. j master or captain, or other. prisons bo requires cage members of Congress'and delegates' one spectacles, at the same time seizing an ,
tall t. make prUn .iion.of the ("ct. :n j..y fees or make.any .compensation for hundred and seventy six thousand 'five buns). old gentleman by the shoulders ,who k. \ -
k$. And t. it e."I..r""arl'od. Tt."t,in siw.hI such register, license, enrollment. and license, dred and fortyeight dollars. r For the expenses soundly 'here's Crops in the West.-The.crops of ,Indian .. ,
the ncht nt rr"p"rty in I. half in AI.Ikiri -_ nor hall any such boat be subject to. be libelled,in of the mission to site wild Indians the prairie was sleeping very' ; .corn in.the West,'for 1846 will b* :
OIl .h1i1 Itln.lt the '"&r' house 1'IIIr.bonod4b7 -.: any of the Unites) States courts for the wages of Including the.expense of a delegation of these' In* Captain Holmes fast asleep. and this is more than 500,000,000' bushels. 1.crop -

Ct.tQrn\a..Q. and Prj.p. .tn'f'tc, and any '|.erson or persons:who 'maybe employed. shasta to the city of Washington and hack to their Needham, where he lives.' _Come,- get of wheat will exceed 140,000 ,
"de".." .. ,'bi the and! alto iotbi'm fifty thousand ) : '
homes
btllNt" tlM jllil. btMul.I..d board thereof arm navigating same.' some presents up, Captain Holmes, here you are .
,Pr. i icomlf"n.atioa of bushels which would "
.St. ""Jilt. anSI Pitt "I'f'f"IIhllll hta Sec. 2. Andlx further e c.Pd.rhat.1I acts dollars;,:Provided, That no other or higher, The gentleman his feet and noduceeqI4'to i
-.J'f'd In teGThIrD 4ijfViriniit IIn,1 hi. and of acts, ..pnpan'&o .he'.n.ylilion. of shall he paid to the commissioners 28,000,000 barrels of flour : I
: sue. part .
\11II",r. he u. of'I. repealed. to negotiate with said Indians than is authorised began rub his eyesbut.the.. young :
( I'Munty and rot.nrnllon"undn& this act, ,,1 be, and t became are hereby appointed ; ; IJbtf
M ; faipTer .eact ti,.' S"h..itnr of th" Approved, July 20, 1846. by .tbof.act;'approved seventeenth l ly, map forced him along to the door .of the "I wish the ladies had the 'privilege I

rft"U7.e IIId 'ai IhIt UISitP4SzM, j i. breby .ho.riZt'f1 '_: i eighteen hundred and tur l.' nor shall' any,expenditure .,, car- and gently l landed him'on' the road i of voting," said a po1ulcutn.the btbe K .
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Mo aallM'aDd CHAP.. 61. AN ACT making appropriations for be allowed by the accounting ..u'but I .
t.ited S'.I.. lttt behalf"n he ,side. ,Whizz went'_ .the steam, and we I day. *-*." 1
.In ftI' ft rrO ant the support of y.lantH'rland other troops authorized .,bat shall apptar(|o have_been ,proper and ,
per I
1''ft1t. f" .hat rk ner..sl.rl .io employed) :in the prosecution or the reasonable, :and which shall, I in ,all respects be "began to fly again.' The obliging young ''.nTh" said ,a bystander, do, -yo u .

I"It 6. Arul bP it finh .f'U That ,- war with Mexico, aiacbf'l yearenrtipgthe i thjr supported by tbt'most satisfactory voucher;' Provided man took his i 8ea again, ana,said, with think your party would gain trr>i< I

wm'in.no, ''nlal. .1td 17 ab" d4* Or tieifa of June, eighteen hundred .ndJ rty..nn. (futhrr That no account shall be allowed good deal. of satisfaction. to.somebody thereby" T"Notparticularly

,yeI plrt AI..uncfri., no* due IhtcurporUWl_ olabtt*_ See, i. Be It enacted by she Senate and Houseof 'except for objects authorized Provided In the however instructions, That to near him, Wen, if it hadn't been for tHat," was 'the'reV. '' ;
United States of America the commissioners; '
Approved July!. 1846. ." ,Rp1re.entativOfIhC in .Congress 'assembled, That the followingsums i bills or drafts, heretofore drawn and''negotiated' me, Captain Holmes would have missed ply, "but it would_ 'be'so" interestinj'''

HAp. -I Jbo.and the sarrte are hereby appropriated :'saislcim'nlOflerc or either of ijieroj'on In* commissioner his home finely. But, here he has left electioneer with them.!' .J'

36.-AN ACT .oaurhor the ,reasunyf.h| f\ of Indian affairs..IP 1 pursuance of instructions his.bundle and tIeyounmah" pickedup !
"the U..itPd P"'S dHlt be pai4oiit n( anymoneylfi! ; \ -. -'-. S )-. '... ,
I.a.t, ;i".h. S""H State..i 11P11 I rPMtr4 mineral support of volunteers'and "other troops authorizedlobe.employed aml authority given to'therh said, shall commissioners be paid. ,. paper parcel l and, threw .it, out ,ofthewindow A TOC8t.-Lord_ _,GUy-e. aSked- tilt c,
.Illfl9i4
with appropriation/holding
.1$ Ark,,. tsc the jirsecuisono1the' war out of 1 .said '
Tern,.. .. and and directly discovered Chaplain to of his
.rIAClIn.in abCl.Io.I"lQrl" during the ending ,the 'thirtieth to ,a. due accountability for, the ".rnountor. one regimftaU. :
tia If..el nr., ,, to Mexico, hundred year and forty seven proceeds of, I.tel'bills'or Drafts. For 'fullilllngirraly I,another bundle in a handkerchief- which'heaIso' dinner, one day, for' a, toast.. ;A1 |. ;
S'e I. B"it .n..1'd b tis' June,f tghteen wjthjkheJK tMM1 Indiatjsr-vi, Inwrfitoi, 'threw out. ,'Well he said a*' and a !
( y Senate an4fl0 For thereguUr, army, m: i lack.a.day, what caa r g V. .r .
"! Cia&t.u:'tati asi," ,'.hc- VIIi,.. Stat'g nr Ana..ri' For rtwlo ray .doIUr'r'and men, provkledf'orbythe two .hondred thousand! second dollars I article at five) ,per of cntv in'lieti'oflnvestment'pVr of gain, ,'.if..it'hadn't been for IDe-, Captain said the latter. 'Ifothfofr HttH',".' U i f

Wh. hiri4.y m.I.4. That .h. 1)"titl"Dt blh. act of eighteenth\Jwne;' .ightenhundred Oil treaty rJ-ImeaWQUl4 bZW. JDJssec1h bundles.fiflIy7 plied.his Lord&bip. .."come :geed ui Iii. !
l'uhtrJZ4"c1.on fivo thousand nine bndredand fourteenth July,f i,Kter ri hqtdrvd, "nd rirty .t it/ten r I
." fl' praCtca; forty .I.I.forty; fortyI
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bu ..
iii. rrv.4 b4 "ift4'. .lId four'dbllars.For I thousand dollarsor defraying! necessary,rxprnsei -, ; 'p. a racier to the pronVtatand *, d4. ,
:1..,.i. the S.II..r fIIiDtti4 a" Arkisna"uftli subsUteBc*: of negotiating tb& treaty, painentwibe' ": When we stopped 1'at the.next station a lac a. day I1" A lae eC .! ,
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,'Ui1.wI! \VilMft.i; and t.... hi'Ionr ilJ c. right bundled and sixty nil*dollars.. .irilsf.owr3r! '.ir'1'J..C .ihM.sbodIu', | EptsconalChurcHlmpfowmeiJts. al:J ay-begari to yurnmupder the seat 'a hundred thousand poundssserlrng. f\ .'
St& .. (, of mill and .
.
10 I. horses,three thousandseven errction !,. fojnhivlsioni :
fll'J'CMf'd I said officers Bad
been
In in For forage lwhere. Holmes sittinpr ;
-, 'h'l.tlJa sale1 the .nlclfl.na'I treaty, two thou* : apt 1 1Tb"o .
I.. public leds are bori .' ,hundred and fortf f wtr dollars. ;* par same aferm '4 can't democrats
4I Ie M aq! fVenteroVine and..xe1aUPecLl1i great have 0fla ale4tUvacaaey :
''1suyIstgsJe '
r.zpetsjoI
oZ4eic.pt ii bwe.naf'ter Fur cioi hmg for s'atd.officers fervaots.three kw. .and dolUr ;( ; .
l'thvItl.Aa4 bed anirslxiy"Hollarf" ; of lands ceded and nuurklD, the 'atnv, findinybindIe.; ., .. n< ; ':.. 1- Cottrall.1o ..Jfr'Yiii ,

,b be it' fshr .red. n.,: j : For, rem.Ulog thi 1jgaflgimeflt1t30! thouud.oDt' ,>er third'articlo' ftftiyone, tba'dlsrs. 4Waslt done upJn' apiecc.oibrowa j ce1'.eoDgre81 ,. ctll I '
.
h &" o1ti. tftfl.p r4 I pla.;,aluM ,bs. ha dr.d ...nd1gblc4hanI. ,411 \ 1"4"' .. i1' .. ,1 t"t j\J\f.1'1n.' ;'t "- h o at' l'i.kicf'\X. $ 't' Mr. Yancey ha* declined .
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I .;. ..'.''t. _....- KoC'i''N'_ __E"'v. _1 of the accident ;sheexperience )Iff* ab4foor five i/f 6er'igb.'i ThelffuTfi tr* 'which' ',hcy migKf possess, but do not ; !Iuil .h rf nh :

: JACKSONVILLI., NOyEJMBER; 6.. 1846:, week, the St. Matthews' is compflledio; is lirgerthan the'commnon'j> ; 'olive, and.. nvailthemWlvesoftwan by giving aomeLextrocrfcWn : "ebn ferIed II b' 'lh g'e_ l.et 1ir't' '
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:-r lie by for a .ortilthndrep The cork inira: great eajjoljoil. J&f I IcUftwritien by Judge I "i$2'by wuchsh"Zad.i : tall 0\-\_
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," fine steamer(Gen.*Clinch A arrived herein .eofivetreefthrive$b est in a light DOUGL'AS, whose perseverance and skill which hat nol, t-;. I;'':! '!

"...,,'It.' her...plac .pn.'Monday last.. Amongher sand" soil and there is no doubt but in research have won him the respect .' lie Isle 81 ,tn... )\'hiebltr 0", crill.' .o

.r. ..rIt ..\ passengers was the Hon. J. M.BEBAIEX that) it could:-be'cultivited with great of all.! The law upon the subject he ,"private,entry." '*' : ;::; ,
_I .. "I take the lib-
U. S. Senator. profkit.Florida. During the ending thus.clearly expounds : .
0 : 'j1ZLCTONETUKNL' .. year COURTS 11 EAtr FLnRID4. -n" .

.4 'f ... < ;1845; ,.18(5.' ", : *' EXCESSIVE ClviLrrY.-Tbeftpalacfll" i ii -r : 30th I June 1845 8,655/ga1Jon, .of i I ty' now; however, to refer yon' to nn Act jn the various counties .
't Xaia. CabelL ockf'nbroulb.. CabelL b into the'United' i of,'Conjrresr of '20th' May '1826; 'entitled of :: ,
oil ,
olivQ
.. >>,..1. 201I :1$3Joh 178 i cola,Com. Advertiser'tnumphs'vastlyat were imported" : : i t will _be held'ths, ? ral1'at',
.' \ '87 '" act toippropriate.tands, forth t
& .18"71 1721Nzuau. '
Statbsvjand there is no reason whatever *n, .
times and .
,65. 71. ,100 28 election of aVhig'Represeiita-- places.In : .
'Na'rioa. :110. '110' t',10 'S ,why Florida should. not save all the val, support of'sehoohf ,in certain Town'1sbip DUVAL <,
', ',,', tive from Franklin county;by a majority County, nt
Orsigs. 27 'Ie
:
. '1 S Santa Rou.'n 103 35 .l35' of one. He adds; '"however. much ue of this; to.. ,the.'Union.FIBI ', .. ,- .and Fractional( Townships not before Monday the Jaek'QIiIft
: cmumbi 25 212 toS 162AIsebu : : twenty third day It
. for the firstsecton? of: _
4C *;' 1t4 95 160 74 'we rejoice in ,the defeat of Mr. HOBART, ALLIGATOR.VVe: regret to provided ; vember.In ,
I ...MdIioa 150 ,177 \ 1 122" :. J33, learn : has been the ;
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the democratic ndidate ) and, however mat Alligator scene NASSAU
,I .wgulI. 87. 8S ,67. @() (. ., County at '
, -'2o12$1 '340 I 272 306E n for the support schools, in, Townships ti. _
1 of incendiarism.
ana'ner daringefFort.f
? d.ZKmbIa' 134 t. 'I' .152'p much we may have been opposed to house, on Wednesday the, eig '* '
221 274 ciiiien\v On Scnday ,last while ,the inhabitants or Fractional Townships, for which no
.... a.dldln20' 290 : ". him as a politician, yet, sa, day of November. '
I. 1:: ,Jscksin, 98 318 13 294I land has heretofore been II:
Wa1to' IS':21 .5S 178 esteem him,-he' has obtained respect .oflihd town were. ,absent -distance,, of, appropriatedfor In Su JOHN'S County
. .. 7 that in those States in which at 8t. '
.B.Dtna. 13 -
74 use
::29 .
,
+ miles attendance .a
Hm.boru' 92 28 .G1', 3.1J'rank1in for his industry, honesty and enterprise, some upon camp tine,,on Tuesday the second. :
\ sections numbeted sixteen other """* ,.. i
.: < '18 PG IS' 39C.'laNan. and we shall always rejoice in his prosperity meeting, the Court' house was: fired, i it or vemoer "- -*-' !
; 108 39 : $0 20 ,
I t
land thereto is law directed
. .Wsshng'n.S3 6' s .0 13 in business!" is supposed by an incendiary, and the equivalent by. J In COLUMBIA Coumy
.3efl'ersim,236 In !o. 183 be reserved fbr the of alAIli
i all records of to support
building containing the
Hamilton. 119 103 99 59 This does not tally well with the on Monday the twenty ,
L .U.nroi. ,57mlj. 121 73.10.. "Advertiser's" abuse of Mr. HOBART, Columbia County, consumed to the schools in each Township ; there shall December. eigbtlrtt

1 1.7.. L 9Inaj. I, It is how but two three be reserved and appropriated for the
this' 'ground.
before the election. Probably by or In ALACHUA County '
at Neon
t ," ., 3861 SS61 2962 expression of its opinions after that period weeks,since the store of Mr. GEO. T). use of schools *n each entire Township Monday the twenty, first'& )'

Cab.U'4 ..m.j. -101 it intends, that. its former'., ."para- MILLER, of that place, met \vi.n.sim.. or fractional Township: for which no cember. .7-'of

7,(:tU'the; above return! are from the official graphs should have a Pickwickian. con. ilar rate by the hands of an incendiary land has been heretofore appropriatedor In MARION County at Ocala .
,
t We trust that the concur, ehce of these granted for that purpose, the following 011T..
S list in the office with struction. '
f Secretary's day the fifteenth day of
the exception of those from Hillsboro M M M MMM MM* 0 two alarming cases, will arouse the quantities of land, to wit : For each December.WWaiti.
.
WHIG BARBECUE.The Whigs of Columbia Township 01 fractional Township I,lCurrrsl'ulld..ne nr the Char[
aid Monroe ,counties. There yet re- citizens of to the arrest and con. te.tr*EhIcx.-
i this place had a GRAND TRIUMPHAL of the taining a gre.iter quantity of J laid than KEY WEST, Oct, 15
punishment perpetrator or .184l
nain to be heard from Dade which perpetrators
i it
gave ,
( THKMKNDOUS 0I...
BARBECUE Wednesday last, in honor three :AND iWl.IF
of the crime << quarters of an entire Township, LnS
of three for As
"majority Brockenbrough, an
S I opportunity hseize
of their recent tremendous victory. As : one S'ction for I may p i
a fractional
; Township the
time
and St. Lucie which him a majority only I ran
gave spare to
: .
I DEPARTURE TROOPS. We learn pe
they so seldom get a chance to crow, OF i
the
containing a greater quantity pf land you following information
of 5 and deducting i them we give rebiiTe
!! ,
Mr. CABELL of 93. The they took their fill of it, and made noise'I fr9m the Charleston Mercury, that on .than one half and more than thee quarters to the desolate condition of 'O1iO

a majority I enough to last for the next ten years. the 28th ,ult. two companies of troops of a Township I three quirters ofa caused by one of the most trem

,' A! Sentinel makes it 144. Although we land a very polite in vita- left( Fort Moultriefor Point I Isabel. section for pales that ever has been experience?.
1 ; a fractional TWnship this for,the
*, ..IVOTIC'E' TO. ADVERTISER! I lion, business prevented r attending Company H. E. J STEPTOE, Lt. Com. containing a greater quantity of land It coast commenced on last the thirty night threeJfIrI.

: As,we find it nlmost an impossibility the and we consequently cannot the detachment; H. B. JUDD, Lieut. L. ortbi1Otk
repast, ; than inst. about 11 P.
.. one quarter and not more :than one at M., and l laJiid...
to, collect for legal advertiserrients idea of the affair imaginethat U.j\V EtCH do. til
money convey an yet half Township, one half sectim ; and Monday morning, the 12tainsu

,- :: after they have been published, like most such occasions, there Company D. F. 0. WYSE, Lieut.; ., for fractional Township containing a The whole town has been OVflfioY j

we' must beg leave in future to i insist was a good deal of drinking, a good E.G. HECKWITH, do; G. P. ANDREWS, and I am sorry to say, that we hud.
quantity of land than entire
greater ore 50
iipbn our terms$, and to decline any deal speechifying, aud a vast deal of do, I section and some or more inhabitants \tho Yet
not more than onequar'erof drowned or killed by the falling of tafi
which are'not accompanied by the cash. bragging.THE JOHN M. CUTLER, Assistant Surgeon.
l a Township, one quarter section of
&c.The
By looking at our terms on the first A long life and unfading laurels to land." wind blew frbm H.'E.to E._
GALE KEY WEST.The Intelligence
aghe sum necessary to be sent, can IN our gallant friend STEPTOE. to N. E. around to S. W.. nnnnif' t&
; Section 2d provides "That the aforesaid .
of the destruction of life ,
ascertained. and the trouble and expense great "Iingles, roofs, and 'blowing dowajo*
of devoting our columns to the and property at Key West, during the MEMBERS ELECTED TO THE LEGISLATURE. tracts of land shall be selected by ses, in all about 1000. I hardly boc

thankless task-of publishing notices for late gale, cannot Hut awaken through .-Official Returns.-Escambia.- the Secretary of the Treasury out of any how to commence-Key ,Lida

I Florida sentiments of the unappropriated land within the Land House and Home, Sand Key $
be obviated. Sheriff's and out all deep. W. W.J. Kelly. Senate. 0. M. very,
iothihg, can House and House haT
togeiher
District where the fcr which. CQ
for the Township
est commisseration unhappy Rep resentaive. '-
; Masters in Chancery's sales, are of washed away entirely. ,
course not included in the above rule, sufferers. We notice in the Savannah I, Santa Rosa-Nettl McMillan, Sen any land is selected, may be situated ; List of Persons Droicntd.-Mr. hi

S and Charleston for and when so selected, shall be held Mrs. Elzourdi
which hereafter will be rigidly enforced.In i papers, propositions ate. Elisha Gailor, Rep. by i son Martin ElzourdfaaJ

order to render our charges for advertising affording relief to the inhabitants of the Walton-D.G. JfcLean, Senate. G. the same tenure and upon the same i two children ; Mr. and l1Ir,. .MA,!*

tempest stricken J aland.Ve trust D. Fisher Rep.Washington. terms, for the support of schools in such chanytand two children ; F. Jaw
. more generally acceptable, we and wife, and twoeigldrpnM I Mabri
that beneficence will Township, as section itumber sixteen is
public or private and Calhoun Washington
t have concluded to reduce them to one and Kosa, at the Light House at SW
be interested in their behalf. T bor Senatc.WalhingtonStephen. or may be held in the slate where such :
\lrs..W l1
l dollar per square for the first insertion, Key ; Cipt. Appleby ; a

: L t and fifty cents for each subsequent one,in Among the persons lost, we find sevtral Daniels, Rep. Township shall be situated." See Public jj-1 son T.'iomus! ; ; Mrs. Harris and t.

who have friends and relations Land Laws instruction dopcl I.iUijliier.. .
; cases where the advertisement is two Calhoun-N. B. Stone, Rep. and opinions .
in St. Augustine. Several slaves, also, Jackson-Owen Wilfianu, Benj. part 1, page 414. I %Uo refe. you f 'rt'' : (Jf *i.!hr. Lnfayctte, conwitajI
and is be
! p squares or more, to published 'I irsi4 :u.a. vcsst-I sun!.*, attliftMr. '.
t f for three months or upwards. This re drowned or killed during the gale, were Wynns, John Turntr, Reps. to "an net to authorise the selection! of [ Martir, oluve: L-\ >Ja'e! of St.,l.

: duction of at least one third of the expense owned in that city. Franklin-R. J. Floyd, Senate. Jos. 1 certain school lands in the Territories gustin?, n b<"y slave' and n.yo'.itlz".foJ! ,

;'l '. of publishing long advertisements, F. Farrinr, Rep, i of FJorda, Iowa, an.-l Wisconsin," approved adopted son of.1.!*. :'JohnsonA: WiTion
) '
:': will we trust,'be some compensation for WHIG RAGGADOcro.-The Georgia Gadsden-Joseph Jlustin. Sen..te.I I 15tf! June, 1812," which pro. shipcpentar; .)n b ard sloo ,Fnik

". Whig,Journals are boasting mightily of Lewis Gregory, Wm. H. Gibson, P. Jl. vides "That wherever the sixteenth ford, viMei j capsized ; \Jatet,- :1.Spin-
j our'insisting1 upon being paid in ad- sec irrii'I struck \\'*it1e swnnining'j' awhile
\ what they term their resent victory. Stockton, John G. Smith, Reps. tions in said Territories ; either in wholeor .
; : vance.Ii' I infant, name unknown.Tony .
t ; : They head the election returns with the \\'akulla-H. H. Walker Sen Ite.-- in pail, are now. or may be hereafter I n slnvo! of :\. Patterson, il U!

, I I : Congressional "Elections.The elections I triumphant declaration "Georgia Redeemed Joseph Woodruff; Rep. in private claims, held by title confirmed by falling off rmtt ; li.uns, slave oCSL

; I, for Members of the next Congress disenthralled !" From these reon-J. H. T. Lorimer, Senate.S. or legally decided to. be'valid and Augustine ; a slave of XVm. Curry ind

have been held in ten States, showing returns as published by themselves, it Toewl, T. Leonard, G. Monroe, W.M. sufficient, other lands equivalent thereto three ..hil4In>n.. Many of our cittrew
result. have been injured by falling ot JUK ,
U. ; the. following appears that the aggregate vote for Maxwell, Reps. within
j ,-.-1846---.. ,-.....1844 any land district in said Territories timber.&c. "1 he Light:"lIlt?h 1 esi:
Members of Jefferson Daniel Bird .
. Congress was, Senate.-
-.- W. 1). N. Vae't. W. D. N. Vnc'i. more adjacent to said lands so taken stationed at the North West Paw, Wit

Maine, 1204 1501 Democratic, 30,034-, Wm. R. Taylor, Joseph S. ,Cooper, up by private claim, which have driven from her moorings to sea, W

: Vermont, 2 0 0'2 3100 Whig, 28,806 John Finlayson, Reps: been offered at public sale and remain has since returned sale with, ails
I Penn. 16 71 0 101220 1\ladison..J; \\'eS'Cott M.M.Mc'? board. The brigs, Jein: Wilson idMetnmora
unsold, may be selected i* lieu there f
Ohio -1290 0 81300 Col.
and schr. Kearney
Democratic maj. Intosh
- 1,228.
Georgia, 4400 3500 Rep. under the direc.ion of the Secretary of from New York, whilst! laying at tie
i
S.Camlina,0700; 0700 What a grand triumph for Whigge. Columbia-Elisha. Carter, / Robert the Treasury, and the lands so selected wharves, were compelled to cut ,awij

,it t Arkansas,0 10 0 0100 ry! They'have been triumphing the Brown, Reps.NassauE.. shall be entered in the office of the Register their foremasts, and were then drofett

- I Illinois, 1t30 0 1600* same way about Ohio, when it has been D. Tracy, Rep. of the land district in which they sea, but fortunately grounded on tif

Missouri, 0500.0500' clearly proved that they would not have Alachua and Marion--G.Priest, Sen. may lie, and be by such bank all safe also the Pilot Boitt
Florida,. 1000 0100 i Register reputed Louisa, Lafayette, Water Lilly,BOB*
gained a single member, had it not been ate. the .
to Commissioner
-- - of the General and sunk iat&t
other are now
,
.. 37 41. 1 6 265621 for their Whig, Gerr ,"andering. Theyare l\larion-Jno. G. Reardon, Hep.Alachua Land Office as school lands selected harbor.many

::J' now triumphing about Florida, when -Lewis Aldrich.--. R.n.---i- under this act"-see acts of.Con rPR Nearly every house has mote 9..t.re.

% :: :%FLOEIDA HOSPITALITY. correspondent every body about, here,knows 1at; Mr. St. Johns, Orange and St. Lucie- of 1844 page 32. ----c.--- teen injured bthe- gale-fences,6fe"

;of the Boston Post, writing from CABELL ,was never elected upon Whig Geo. R.'Fairbanks, Senate. down, Custom House, Fora. &c..is'*'
_ The act of 3d March '
1845-supple ins.' Loss estimated at $200,000.I
Tallahassee after an enthusiastic des. principles. Su Johns-Jas. M. Gould Rep.
,
_ mental to an act for the, admission of "town is in ruins-many bodies haJ-!
delicious of.
of the climate
cription our Duval l l-A.: A. Canova and ..
__ FLORIDA OLIVES.-Our neighbor of John Florida and Iowa into-the Union and for ready been found and buried by relatin
N; a-f State, adds, "that it is a land where the Houston. Reps. .. other and| the authorities. The tide J*D(d.
the St. &
with hum of Augustine Herald has ben presented purposes you are; doubtlevs J "
mosquito greet you a :Recapitulation. ,, six"feet, the entire town ovcrflovvel,

t}: approbation, and the alligator receives' with1 a, ,jar, of Olives, the product ,Senate-Whigs 6. aware : provides that "section number ,ny were compelled to swim to ....ft.

\ you. with a, smiling and open countenance of the,garden of Mrs. Dr. ANDERSON Democrats 5., J sixteen, every Township or other land I themselves The.scene was trul"I,
,
t'JIe, calls Horida the/'Italy"of of that town. He'says "that in equivalent thereto for the ,use of the ins ful :
House-Whigs 16.
1
:: habitauts'of U. S. Brig Perry Lieut.Blak"C
and flavor there is ,
taste no perceptible suchTownshsp for the
America, and seems 'to have been, t :Democrats 15. support man ding- from Havana for CbJI..,.,
,
,
_ difference between the rFlorida'olive of public schools also '
with ; two, entire Sc;i
particularly. .. delighted. our. .magnolias There yet remain eight counties having on board (Commodore,

"t", .and. other .tropical 1 trees. No, (definite and. that. which" we' receive' from.abroad.. ,.I beeard from which, ,uill give 'townships in addition to the two Town, from the Pacific,-went ashore o.rSer"

i idea however can be: formed of the This cannotbut. ; be'interesting i intelligence i 'Democritsand one Whig-to the House seven' ships already reserved, .' for:the use of brero Shoal, inside the 'reef, wits 14,

_ until .to ,those who are-desirous of' introducing '" ., :two seminaries of learning,one to be masts gone, anchor guns, &c. .thl9 :
j.t a natural advantages we possess some ip .that the House will stand 22 Democrats fe '
overboaidShelayiu $
in our State cultivation located ',east and the other ten
.: westot' the
ne'witb:8: deal of taste and plenty ,
F great to 17 'Whigs.EDUCATION.. and might.be got off; an bands .
of money co s.be. ,and, devotes of certain staples: which will ,add. much Suwannee:river,'be'granted to the state," The revenue cutter Morris,"f&
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hii1scl: ;to the formation of a little- Par- to its ,resources- ,and to' those. of the, ;&c. In'..'latito*. the act,of"15th, June, shore about 3 miles from Key W. !'

..d se.' He' will- however. find angels Union. We have, lately seen manyvaluable' :1845,1- extract the following'from a letter 21-2 feet water, with the I los* of ':!:

-- here enough to fill it already. The difficulty'which'has hitherto existed 'communications published the 'Tallahasiee ) -, 'received' by me from the Commissioner 'masts, anchor, chains, Runi, be a ,

',.. fe .! f. 'the general introduction i in of the General arks, &c. She lay one miler! (?
:*- 'I : -: to. .1 .. ., .of. ,the J journals reference to the interesting i Land Office, under channel arid i probably, a total l lO'!;

I: EtUriss.-The Florid ian sajrs, olive, .has\been'.the great,length,of.time ,subject of .education, and ,the .' date of 'the '7th init. 'Noliveslost. '

tha rte( rr caees; of sickness, and' fewer' : which i :i isrequired to bring it to maturity.It provisions' 'which have been made. "for"'it '"No :selections have been made Or re The Government will lose &*.... ::.

- I deaths. :.have taken:place since 1841, in takes thirty years growth: before it in our Slate. by 'Government.,_ We "ported under,the act of Congress ap.' of the brig.P r y, revenue CUlt! I'" .,".

_ T&llifafssee,,tbab almost any.town'intb6tfnited begins ,to pr Juce.' This 'obstacle is' ,should'gladly have published thenf, but "prqved15th ,June; 1844,alluded to i& CustomHouse ris, two ,Light House and Hospital, FotiM' D9l

:'States with the same' however removed rh -,H n.D. L. Yu for their length and, as the : i
: ... .. .. popjor.itjro -, ? great ,: excitement "your communication, and; as\ Florida from 300000. Many c '

-- a1fti : ; 'J'. ... LIE,*in.t a* letter f i*to*the* ,Herald of the datefApril : '" of the election has now blown' "\V uld, be' ,restricud. in her,selections doubtless, get ,ashore, from,the f* il'"Ii.
.., :1" ': ,
-4 :...' ,1844 alludes to .introduction' over .desirous'to, call .the "under Sand Houae being
- wee attention this act, ,to lands ; lwhich hate Eejight ,

.{ f !'..KB'D',\ :) rilil. of./a. new.species'of Olive' tree: into of ,the,, people<< East Florida, ....... 't.. the'subject. "been offered cpt.lic'ia4 .and ,remain Dead, bodlM,WHeoccal' _J '_,,Itdur

l$0vejnorini i Indiana,<;oer Spain and Portugal which ,yields':an: ,* Wecanconcei': of'no.bettermethod lJuold,!' it i is presumed that fhe' oat from' under the ruifl t "
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ed fifty> erkmV rare lost Hbeir lives Vgf&ief! Artiilttrlt ff rop conc\n fci BnMbW. $r"blde t L-- Sale''ill..Florirla.-- -Govern I -. .. t ,. ".-. .- J __._ .,.11. :...''t.: '

eja', 'it:;i is singular -lat. so few ale dead hns 'perished,'and ;almost all trie Plantain military aWfMraloteceri. wife. ..i iitted ment ,is nowr Pttwg/Srliiale.( about a f AT .tM.nest Term lotce,.(par,Circuit au part r* f for tU -.,..;'; !',,

when we remember" tnal the irees"have.1jeen, ,rooted up'imd Jjelds to be prese t. The cabinet:iis considerinpr million or County *f Marion. *' *
or injured, ,: \ cr: C fflaiid. in Florida- In cr>niD<* c "air; was full ofhoards.timberalate &C. of Rice.destroyed, .wnerebyg .eivjiuf the importance the despatches part lyingfewee1rTAi and ttm i4iu.layMfD"remVr pf'4.wiL1, "rTl?\L1 -" .: :

-jfldlfaildings! falling in every direction. fering-will be .occasioned.>and Imports received,. but a'short 'time;.jjft'session, the gulf coast iwrtrorirand pa Bay near the t I in pm'uina theet to t..tCo| .JnaJ.rY.1th.*
gone ]tself could not withstand .the of'provisions from: abroad will be required when .the following conclasioM. 'were Withhcoochee river and its branches IIui'Meysuiui..*tI..1 .osu'ia.4.r..eL .

rtl,aad erythinp seemed to be goC to,a. great extent. \ arrived,. 'J I ani by far,ther greatest. 'portionon i the i FftANCKS HJ DL.Y. Ad.'a. .. .
esaped The armistice' entered into between St r ,;I wUuw nf Matthew IIizaiIkj.T :
des TQction. Many persons ; John's Kissiniie St.Lncie- and In .:
igto LATE FJtOJl. THE.. PA,. jIF.C. .. : i Nny.6IJi1E16. I 1 .
held to treesj expecting Generals and 'i'if1 be I .
dian
in boats, and on Taylor' Ampadla to Rrvers, KeyBiscayhe, Jupiter and ,., ,
On the 22d Com. SWAT arrived
every moment to be washed avu. u t;, put an epd to 'immediately/andlHe,focea i Hillsborough irijefs- embracing 'in fact*, [, "THB. C.f NOTICE. o .
heretnWe
anner-Wp eKMt, .Jn.t.r
y. The scene was, awful beyond all at New. '.' Orleans". 'from. 'the Mediteraneaa.The .. .. ., ,under, General Taylor ,Jire.to follow. mostof tb" \\thu tic' obrdef South ;of t.hit firm ..fMU..LIit& IIAKDKK Js'tbWul.j'

.. power of desriptioii.Stoops Picayune gives interesting.intelligence the enemy JBs'quicklv'as'possible. .For Mtisquitoiag" on. ** : ", &.M"fHi bt mtltua)c *tM.'nU *%-t. ..r
Catherine KeyVes this all the Volunteer"AndJle- The i iGeorx D. 31 1 Her atone i. auth-rizr(] to ertli'
E. of the movements of purpoe Washington Union
i all pur: .arms on. says : "Theseareamongst : ,,""Iil" "n41 iLiM; r>f.ad! firfit; "*' "
Ludlcnv, American, and Convoy, the shores of the Pacific., We extract J gulars which can ,possibly 'be 8jiD'rFdfrom thefihesVands"jn the world, i (Sifted) GEORGKD lIr..tJn/n.'.
.reckerI' are now high and dry on Key garrisoning posts and towns already -abundantly :all' the necessariesand i ISAAC P. riARDEE;

the following.We I established, or 'captured, 'are to J luxuries of AHi'ator Fl.., ( JO, 1846 -,'I W;
, Vaca, dismasted. life.. Cotton and sugarof I _____ _,_ : ,
The warehouses of P. C. Greene, A. are indebtod to the Commodore I proceed' forthwith ,to augment his; |loi the finest J quality _are' produced, "I NOTICE. l ,Il".

F. .I eft, F. A. Brown, nnd Jas. Filer, for ,Carious, information on different topic at lo 1'eraY. \ '. and are.not .subje .t to damage from ALL pernorii iml.btwd l. tl* ft.firm nf MIL-

Boch injured. Teft and Filers flat to frankly, communicated to us,' but The Volunteer ,regiments at ,the frost. The tobacco raised is said to be i: LEU &.11AaE: are rrqiMNiied tn ms1mm.*

Many vessels have been make but little use of it at this time.- North, called for under the first 'requisition equal-to, the finest in Cuba of shale pnym.ot)"the nn.(.. .i itnr.l,,ho i.aI mc.o.. "
the ground. ; oranges I.iriz.dtft .
l irie..
: .14P11ie u< nf aid firwc
I aJIl
seen dismasted, and bottom up in the Duplicates of his despatches, broughtover and not then m sterrd.into'iervlc' the most delicious flavor:and extraordinary l.r.on. havtngjany demand again MM!firm'aMi..

Gulf. by the Princeton, have alreadyvgone are to be mustered forthwith, and proceed size' are also grown, far surpassing II HM.reqne led |l n |P'.nt tbetu ib the Ier..

Yours in haste1 *TAT. on Washington.. His arrival at Chares to the Rio Grande. No other requisitions those, of the \Yest Indies; whilst: corn ('rI'itytwnT.' G. D. II LL&K. '>: .

. P. S.-Have'not heard from the Tor- at about the same time as 'the for reinforcements had trans and all, the_ .ropi al fruits and ,plants I -.AUi- ehlr Fla' Oct. 30.'.&46. II
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but hope nothing bus happened Princeton was most opportune on every pired. 'S flourish in great perfection. This is, i : Levy County. Shcri"'s Sale. \

togas the/e from all accounts, the gale was account and will prevent any confusion The navalforces: : the. Gulfafe also in fact, 'the.ancient. El Dorado, :where.it. : W ILL'. ..Ll,flll.| firtt,Monday ihJ.DUa. ,
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trouble from the val failure reported to have had specific instructions was 'te rHxt, (J84f.) 1>clw H>n the hv> oflO fa
from Car)' ford Reef to this place, say or non nr( or supposed n river could (found i 2 uVlork on tint .Ia\.tin Se.ntU W..t Q..ar1rr.r

100 miles, sweeping everything beforeit. ot messengers. ,. resulting) t7 from. this' meetino. o of" the_,u the waters of which, ",wou3! imnart can.tinunl : th>S.'Uih Wrl .Q" ,'I"f Section *. Town htfr

The Commodore; was at Mazntlnn on cabinet, sent to it. Tbeoniy" I informa ] youth and beauty, if not'thoiounmains Ifi Rnriffe 1.0. nn.lahflNmlh n'..t Q tart.r of th*

e -_ _ _ _ the 7th of June. The evening, of that tion which could be obtained, however, of perpetual health; and when its N'rIl.Y..itQulripr.lf Section 18,'Town.hip 1C
IN HAVANA.By battles was that henceforth :their acts were to fertility arid healthiness Ranije. 19. South ami Ki,",. containing 80 .cr.. srI .
'. THE GALE day he received news of the of of"tb j climate ,. murh .. will "ai;.fy th. taxe due no the

late accounts from Havann, we the 8th and 9th of May-not formal reports be entirely aggressive, and proinpt in are considered.this idea will not be con- for lhepre.>nt }nr. (18 m.) with alIr ".aDd Mtn..ti.

has there also been or authorized accounts, but straggling execution.As sidered preposterous.. p.nr. accruing for ailvertixint lh .am .- Tb
. learn that the gale to the General Taylqr and iihori named lawl nreoitnated. in
Levy
CmtJ IMI
extracts from prvatq! commercial army,
dreadfully severe. We give the following ]. letters. The, moment$ critical there the other Generals, at distant, points, .JJ, bad,Editorial F:.-A Pittsburgh the Withhicoorlrf, a lmrt HUtaKe.' .tw... the well
paper ea'sThe editor is absent the known plure! cnltvd Fort Clinch! and nwand\ .
extracts: was no time to delay. The Commodore have now positivt instructions to pursuea local is confined ; ,I..i".tll.y I Jame I.\"nrh.net bounded by U : S
to his bed illness *
.1 1 HAVANA, Oct. 17th. decided "to take the responsibili: course contrary to the practice if our I and the by iawtm1 l unl>M thera .have lieen.land recvnfly' jnirtbi
heretofore observed which has junior partner dodging war- set! adjoininc. Tli. aliove land. will be told :
with at
deep regret and 8 o'clock next he army ,
to announce at morning
We have ty, for a. ,
, shown itself had rant !libel on police officer Scott.- hft Court House ol L*vy rotlnl,. [E Dai;.l".l'f.
have been visited tail nod the 7ih of conclusively to havp
again set for Monterey on \
i that we I b'o, take it all round, we conceive ourselves D. ANDKF.WS, Sheriff *e
nth a terrific hurricane, far more de- ; July the standard of the United Stateswas no tendency in shortening the war, orconvincing to be in a "bad fix." and Tax Collector, fur L wj canatj. '

e ttructive in its effects upon the shipping officially!! planted in California.Not .- the treacherous foe. J The oio.rQi! 1846..

! in harbor than 1844; it commenced till the Commodore return to Ma- United States Army henceforth tis to 'lpacca.Afloek of Alpacca sheep Dr. S. Parsons,frumSannah .

; on the evening of the 10th, and lasted zutlan, after the middle of' August, did dictate its own terms, and call upon the have been imported and are now grazing DENtl S ,Ga.retpectfullyartnounrr

antil 11 .o'clock the next morning he receive the communications from. enemy for its supplies as it advances. in Berkshire Mass. They will be in thvcttrzena

:: Oat of 104- sailing vessels) steamers and ins (Jovernment which justified ihe wisdom : Every department in W V Washington found more profitable than the Merino "Jackfonvill. and virinuv. II.atill 'p.rd a
. fitnr wi>ek At Mr. \V, 1'. .
Hotfl
Jack
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in all but 12 of the he hau } : was in the greatest activity to carryout and will bear on .
1 vessels of war, our port, siep so promptly a- ., heavier fleeces, yet are "h fre he in prepared perf rm, in she Lett potti .
. )bye been sunk, wrecked, dismasted, or ken. I! the orders of the cabinet council. I more delicate and require a mild cli. Isle manner, all the y.ioo.raliOf'a. pertaining

. otherwise seriously injured, besides 'fhe flag of the United States ivas i Cien. Jessnp. U. S. Quartermaster mate. to his ptof"Mnn.! Person. wi,bns hit ervicej

which 40 or 5d coasting yessels were hoisted at Monterey, Upper California, .General,, may be looked; for h url will receive prompt. attention I by applying.sbn..
j AU eximinati:. rnxd*without char ..
Said XatUfat-
Sambo
destroyed. on the 7th of July,' 1845. On the 9th, i .why am intoxication tion riven .
atiun
or
t Gnx. noc m| cn required. AU
Voot4Itimerous are the rumors like a wash bowl 1" "Cause it dbrzsin. ope.
Daring the hurricane, walking in the it was displayed at Sari Francisco, Sin- am nition wtirr.intril.Jlwks.ntjIIe .

thy was'dansrerous from large sheets onm, and Bodeirc, and a few days filter i of the movements of this General ." Oct. 16. if

t of lead and tile pots, blown down from at Sutter's Tort on fh! -:Sncrairn'iito.I i the correspondent (Washington of Why is a six-footer like the claw of a Fifty Dollars
,
the N. Y. Journal Reward. _. ...
of Commerce
I tic tops of the houses-these lay about On the 12th, a flag was furnished at the date{ under fowl I Ussaine it 'i tall 'u.n, (talon.) I will=ie Fifty Dollar Reward fur tU? ,
ol 21st inst. writes "It
r jaefery direction, and were in many request of, and was hoisted by the now appears Why is a sea-sick psrscm lik a bad apprehension and delivet y to my elf or th.
carried the wind to a foreigners American nnd that CJenernl Wool i is to join Gen. Jail ,of Duvut. county, of.my negro a.y
. instances by great (principally half doll ir 1 Because he 's spu-r\ous.
Taylor at Saltillp, moving by way of 1'OMPE. ahis ran*way from DH* year .
. The beautiful Palmetto and the Pueblo of San J .
English ) at { c.-'
, diStance. ( ihiiila! and -- ago hi it July. Sai.II"1$ t. black,about five feet
: ether trees, which adorned the Govern- On the 16th, the mission of San J nan, o leaving a garrison there; PASSKNGKRS" eight inche in 1.;=1,1. hi.. a mark nn hi* fwirheaJ.which .

: oi'. square, were broken and torn down. about forty miles from .\Monterev, wasgarrisoned and that Gen. Kearney is to march to Per utrampr Gen. Clinch, from Sivannnh. Nov. i i. iran..! by Ih. kirk of a hortf-itabotittweiitr .
the same point by way of Chihuahua or tweutt-one veart old.-ai.d i. inclined.
1e'en the lamp posts, &c. The wind and fortified. On the 26th, -a fearfully long' march. 2-.I.-Mr. Kiln, Mr. E.Ur.I, him J. M. BcrAdministratrix' to .t..il.r. .FRANCIS S. IIUDN ALL.Jacksonville. .

was strongest about nine o'clock, at the corvetteCyane sailed with a battalion Gen. Wool ri..n. Octnliet 16ih, 184T. tf.

i 11 which time it shifted suddenly to the of riflemen, to take possession of heretofore has been destined -------.- --- .

[ N.W. and blew with terrific Violence r aii Diego, and cut off* the retreat of to Chihuahua, but we would prefer rVoticr' Cotton GJBned. .
to him und his i ie In nil whom Suhcrilwi.in cuu of the
see 'command nearer "f""phr.n. it mty equenre general
TilE ;
. filled with dense clouds oft Gen. ('astro the General NOTICK
the air was commanding U eu. Taylor. that li,*in j nvukM all powir of hortne*.of tin crop, has urmined t* .
| "spoon drift," or salt spray, which made o': Upper California, into Lower.California ttoiney lnrHofurr, at miy lim, hy m- given ntAilnHni receive order fir :innin cotton at m reduced

s I impossible to face it.Ffhis spray or Mexico. Rail Roads OIl" .'rnlru'i>nth.. of tht
Influence Weath
: I .ta,11 h. .rIPr xnmdMes r.. F rnwndn if. Diii' .
half into the .r..n.ut .nd IUf""ri. | will receive-
I
i wts carried for a league When ( 010. Sloat left Monterey on er.-The German Scnnellpost says that 1..1 all ill' l>ii inrM of aiil eoatr in .pron.. nnd nil cottmi- un.i iftrd li. .him.. .. .-,. J...lc.....: .U I country and. deluged the houses, entering : the 29th of July, all Upper California, the well known natural philosopher, Dr. whliou. further azPney charge, IIj---i.i" b. returned; to them bat.

. every crevice, and- flooding the North of Santa Barbara, was in the full, August, has made a communication in a HKNRIETrA( .BARNARD. plnce without exp*>n.e !. the wnr. OraVrt 'ar i

streets. The surf and spray was seen and quiet possession of the American Berlin in which he that Jnrksnnvillr.; Nov.6. 1846. respectfully Iicitrd.
paper, states .
r to dash high over the lantern of the forces, apparently much to the satisfaction when an extended portion of the earth'bsurface Nassau County Slicrifl's SaSc. Oct. S3. 1846.JOHN S. SAMMI5.JarkonvilK 7t .' I
. house on the Moro Castle. Many of nil the inhabitants whokive BY virtue nfth' power vested in me by law. I i
light is brought by a net of railroad !! expose for sale at the dir of the Co"rtHou TAX COLLECTOIJ' SALE -
. houses were blown! down or unroofed been long desirous of seeing their .e firth C. of Nattntt. tin r..urd.Iun .
I tracks into connection elect ical con 'inty mi BY virtue of th p'iucr vested in me by law, I I
atnonir them the Tacon Theatre, which I rountry under some stable government.The ductors, the accumulation, of electricity ply of J,u..u1347, rHwe >n the hour uf r.nnciIvr.t hall expose for site,before the Court Hout'e .
was Partly unroofed and received <>tidsms r gallant and adventurous Fre.uunl in the lower of the o'clorli on that rial. the inrwl* of Ca pt. RobertDny. : d.*,r, in the. city: Jacksonville, county nf Diva; 04
I ". part atmosphere i is i Kinin"-d in aM County Na
< ancun .
"es. liie Directs were nearly dc- fotiimnnds the riflemen who wentdiiwu prevented, as the iron tracks effect a I fir five handm\\ nrre. more nr |J"itI. lying on O- property, or If much thereof. a.. will pay the/State '
, ser; ;:!, eA'<*"p! hy occasional deiaetiair.tk I on he ('u"ne to San Diego. His constant equilibrium between remote N*iP* creek or a Hffireiit? (Nirtinn thereof._ati"fy Tax (for 1845. and State and County Tax for the' .

' -if f .,- ''Jiers, ur :ens! to diifeieni l I Islets ure animated with the bitterest By this violent th. tane. d ie th"re m In the Slate of Florida, .**.,. 1846. 10.000 acre nf land oa and aU.e .'
I regions. means a stormis together withtIi'i1 rhurgei efih* .I'SIkI the Tront Cr.k. known the
II Sihbald
it at Tract.
"' tanctv'je'e was I leeliurs of hostility towards Castro for 1OOeV
tr.s jive Hssi> rendered and if should .
1 unlikely, one mi 'Ihi. cl..rlilM"m..nl. Am.unt nIiic.* dueSix Dunn'Creek.l the
acre m "lonping to beiri of D.
i :eea" .i. i nc h ti.1.H.i I Pa #ao, the fa>n- !, his conduct towards theirexpediton: he- arise, it would undergo a considerable dolltr A..J. BRADDOCK min-o Fernandez; 232 acre nn the St. John,

. '(,u 1b'f& drive an 1. .o"o:n'e11a\le ,)f the cit- lore the war. diminition The doctor states it as a Sheriff and Tax Collector. River, It a place called, St. Joseph, and owned

I ixftissutTert-d in its sh- bo, trees, ands he Commodore graphically descri- fact, that since Berlin has become the November 6. 1B46. by the K.tate of Water Smith 28*! acres on the' -

plants! and alto r the hurricane many bes the mode in which justice is administered -: focus of several rail roads there have Executor's Sale. St. John River called St. Jneph.' and' own,."tl "
I \ tli* first M'Miday in'December next, there by Jame Sin rlrton: and a detained to in California. In
persons were forcibly tisst now some been violent and all O .
" that
no storms Tract 11,50
; will be offVntl fir .al* at puMic! union at ; acres situated on Sample
. & in rem-jving the rubbish nnd ruins cases surgeons and (pursers are conver- have arisen here, had a rapid and gen tin-City nf St Ati't'i.ine.tu .ati.fy the claim i and Swamp. ner'Nn.4.1I River owner not knows.'*

S' from the street. An t' .asloi1a1 pedestrian ted into magistrates, and admirable tle termination.The il.rnani!.IIflin.'IIa. e"inte f.fGul'riel ". ITj"tll.the THOS. LF.DXVITH. svriff n: c. .

f mijht l be seen fl. iug Taster than mauistrates, do they make. The I peo- f.iU.iwing irnjMTiy, IIr th. ela'. |n wit i ; The Ry.\. \,". CRICHTON, D.'SbcriC*

I appeared willing to tio, boris by the ple at first stood aloof, but they have # of Jfe.rico.-The New Or- l'ffl and premise* itnuied fill In- Pnl"Itc Square in -:Jnekonvill.. (kt. 9. 1346. .-
aid! rtty. with nil lh* b'lildinnnd inqrivmenrpIiire.'ri -J;. .
1 irresistable farce of the wind, which found that true justice uher.tIH\n Mexican -. leans Courier of 23d inst. remarks' ; AUo Tmrf.ofLHIM| on fiu' na Cr..k.h .nl I Sheriff's wri or Sale.
Fieri
. thrquah the long narrow streets l* is administered and thatit We have been informed authority I'hintMlinn nnd Byvirm. tw. :* Fcisa. one jiati.4
' swept with incredi' le fury. 'Bet; the wharves costs nothing; .Tliii has surprised them- that the Mexicans are fortifying the ". in f"iniu| >*. I'ncl"y. and hi" wife. Mnriit.nnd ; D ''rf'rnut.or ihe C r..it Court of the Eastern Ciiof -

, presented the most disastrous spectacle. and is working its natural effect in conciliating ,city of Mexico with great care-to defray th"ir rhiMren, Harrier Patrirk. nnd Dimih; r'ijt ...ri,'". fort!" 'cnf Dmnl, twill t x-**
.
I) Billf. hi "if. V..u.
Jiitn *
DGrMCHf HIM : .
I Ships b\fl'&e brigs, and schooner !- them.T ere the flag of the the expenses of which the Government hltl\r. nml hi.*wifeS>i.Hn..nnd.lhirihild; 'Berk. po lit Public .l -t in front nf the C'oiut H<>t)., :
the of Jaekmmille
)
r *>me crowding uu top of eich: other .I United, States now tobe hauled down had levied a forced. contribution. B. A. PUTNAM, > Fp.cutitl. in M..n.J:1in city No,emlier. in A.aid D. county 1846.'betweenthe nh'thaV"firt "

5- three tier deep-sunk, wrecked, dismasted in California, it,would 'not ,be replaced S. PANDKRSON. } l"r..I&I.' of nale
p or totally crushed to pieces, by that of ,Mexico. The inhabitants of Important from South America.-The NnY mllP' 6. 1846. 3t tract if land. -itnate. lyin* and .f"in in the

. with the owners, captains, and sailor, California \\.never submit to the rule U. S. Gazette has obtained, through' Executor's date.ON roitnty of D'tval. on nnd bont IIIf'| Vet tide nf** -
I iu amazement the scent of of the r'old Capt. Henry, (late of the U. S. ship Plymouth the fan day of January next, the Siih.rriT Little Pornlmrg C"' k. and within the line nf "> _
fixing .
upou masters.' i |) will offer for side nt the plantation i d Grant known a* R; h"d'. Mill Grant, nffttnded acfollowii .
, destruction. Lower California, ov.lt' probably the important intelligence that .ZPJ.hAnilth Ki.I,.,. lalpI..r Diva County, h'.ea4.f1. rommencin* at a rot .jr lake% marked
Some vessels known have been in I succumb to.our arms if the war continue the mediation of Great., Britain and r"U.,1 SitU ,Jo.', about fi". mil from with a cr... on-d. N'"rthWe t corneritf aid' *,'

.1 the harbor before the hurricane, have I .' Keprcsentations of its value to France has at list been successful inbriugi'ng. J4iutnvilI.>. on the flier St.John*,the following Tract and runnin from thence Eastward! tixtveen .
, and their fate I left I the difficulties in the Argentine r""I"'rlY t..Ii! : to, the Etnte of said Kin**. chain tr'a wit"'OIt .m"rkrd with aero***,
disappeared was to our commerce will be made to the Government .. Slave Lnb... bank of th. aforeaaid
l I. ; thnt i i1t* y. twenty one Sophy, on the ; Cre*>k : from'th *
conjecture, as nothing could be seen a* and of such a nature as to'induce Republic between Rosas'and Oribeto ,Tfor2.. Philip/Vanr. Paul, JuJit Ann, Snllv! Southwardly hy the Crekuty,chain t(| a-pine; '

.t furlong' length, owing to the showers prompt action, unless Mexico a satisfactory.settlement. N.nny. Jjiroltj 8> ; ?Ad* tn. Edwin' Naury.Chloe. mnrkeil with a cro**;. from rtb.*ncr U.'w.rdJj-'
t of and drift which filled the air; speedily from The ) J,HV Amelia. Tnt", l'a'ty; Combat and ixty chain; to a pine. marked with a rro ; froro i
spray next
and the wind blew :nearly into the sues peace. The/National Intelligencer rejoicesover Dick; 'AUo all the miiJ-, horw*: rattle, boat*. '1t.,f. Northwardly .i.i ty chain t" the a fore*a id'*'
as news from the Pacific will probably be .anti'rl""I..tf..n'). 'Wr h..in'.in. iitake.: SaTd **
: tbe, election of Mr. Cabell from flat*. "1II'1..-Wltrr"n. njjinr por'r tract ef rAnd COIK
: harbor they --could, not have gone out: to the effect*that the ports Mexico on Florida without The III $aM! plantation; Al'ontrxrt of Land COIL tnininjthree hiindri'I anti*eVemy and 5-1 Oih aere#.'M
;; but the sad spectacle of masts1 spars, the coast have been blockaded. Mazat any' great reason. taining.ibmil 10 acre at St.John'*.BfnflT. with the inveyed to Fortune H'rhnrd by JameV., .. Bryant.. *"]:
tot yards and pieces of wrecks, strewing lan has been division_ parties in .Florida, into. Whig improvemeiii ihereon; Al", a trrt.if Land railed and H rn.on R BI. h nf"bl defd,bearing diit.*|.' ".
spared of
the harbor proved that they .must have as a measure pol and Democrat, is' founded[scarcely] at .RiddyVPoint.. w lh the improvemenK :jhereon D.e.mh.'r26t1i. A. D. 1845. Levied- 0"..n..wlll.. ,
; other and sunk icy. ,It i is now an American.and'English all Federal politics, ,and Mr Jab-. Al.oa trfc.t of I,*nd called .Camp New' H''fN: nih 'be old to atufy the nlxive mentioned twp'exrcution -_. .
each .
upon .
, drifted into or.gone port rather than a Mexican one.' .' 81. John* Rive with.tli. 'iinprovenienuth.Nrr,011 *,'line in favor orj..hn Broward. the ether in.
tt to pieces. The numerous men-of-war At the late hour'at. which 'write ell is committed against a protective' ; Alan a.. tract ,'ur fUwd cotitatnins a ont 404 favnr of Jam** Arnxfrnnr.THOS ,
I I were driven on ashore and dismn ;ted. we can, but thus indtcritea few we ,tarifTby a, hundred -declarations.' l Nearly nrre.,.iiiiiated. on the If0t *i.5e..f Lnl Gm>r .. : LED WITH.. Sheriff D. C. ( '.

! it is not known how many lives were interest which. ,, points of all 'the.people of Florida. .are, of ope1: The.la.e" will l>e mitt ieifamiLws ifprartirabU.Term : .- fly'A. W. CRICHTO. D. S.. .' "o6k

bodies in upon. the Commodore ,opinion on.'ih-at'lubjc.ct. It is convenient .7'f*nle.," ha!(ra.h. before delivery, or JackAnvHle:October 2nd. 1846. ..:> .. ,
lost but were seen floating touched., d tbebalaneemite O ... sale T .
hft""
I c.c the-pn'pertf. a" rf p ipond content:ofpa'rtie ,
. the harbor in the different. dresses of to have two parties, in order that with conveyance two :nod and .ufRc'111' ..1cwftie..to .be aj.provftl ,fn'm'the firt Monday in Xne'mb.r'soiM.niIiv .

teamen. in tht. #merchant and naval ser- MajonGBAHAM U. S.: politicians may fight their' ,personal 1 lirtlieCoiiit. otPrtibateprjhe Judge there th.seventh d"y..r December n xt.Colnrabhi .
: _Top.Engineer,: and afterdate' Iol ... N..:61h. .
4qIe. I'aUIes under a specious banner, of; payable 12,month* with .,.
bearer of despatches from Washington, : there ,K.B. C5IBBS I I._ -
that Is the reason why are Whigs ?? ? .
."In the and eniirons the arrived } Couaty Sbcriflfs
Sale.
ciy! injury at Newprleans on Wednesday B. PUTNAM. ,
and Democrats FloridaCfthrletto. _. 6.* virtue of a writ of alia. .e* to the buildings and trees, &. has beentttnense last; and''as'to have left Thursday evening i No emb.r6. 1846 BY }
. Mercury / rom tU Circuit, Court .f Duval county t. II
.
- fcnd, .,many lives lost.. Theac- on a steamer for Brasos San ia o. HOLMES & CO. the Sliettff. nf,the State of FI/wul.:directed,r andto 1

founts from the country arenas yet, insMee The JefTersoninn i '.remark, :"Major Queer 'C {cu1ntlon.--The :editor: .of \, rissas. JlOL US, & COi., bi\le remirrt'ri. me delivered, .I haie.levied jtpon: aid will eell/:

in the information afforded Graham comes direct from' Waahin .ton, theYnnkeeHlade I sa's-"Jt would 'be I 1TIsI..ir tock, or MercJiaihlixe tn thf l burg.ti..iI.Hn ;' at pnMiit *aletn,. the highest.bidder, in, front etf" 10
.
United State the Court Hnu e dnur..in the Town .r AIliatere: -
t tad a good deal. In some districts rind is bearer despatches to General : rnVrly'i> pifod ty'l" *, I
vary
seer'airthe.barjiesjn, Ino
curdu'ht Ih.Jir.t
a to ': .. Government .. ldinc TVy have Monday in November ".... 1I
'known the
; &t dmageboth to the sugar,cane und Taylor,, aid .to contain. the most :important the Unite, Statef' index, jve years old.together / ."dded tr trUif; .>Hcki. by the; Ut. arrival* from .I iesI hours' nf ales I nnthat day. the fallo.eribefl _':-.-

r WSdJogs on the estates, has been Irh'n -. order .rrom' the, War J Department t. ; they would-ajake.a prettylitjle -* ',New VrnV; ftfiili-MMirtmraKor Dry GiwxU, Groeerlei property,to wit: TM ,North West baIf.t'
1
%$; others, it has been somewhat yet issued,** regards the Meiican' wai. colle tion' of, 200,000fcWhat n ; Hanlwar. Tr" W "<. &-. &" which the South We-i 'quarter of seriJtm' 21. T w1aM"- .
1. Rane ... South and J ALSO hiK
asr.
r4 L&ter. Their actual contents'cannot. of .v are p''I"I..I ti! redueed prtf't "one .
course, I thero" be o ]jhey &\ '1r'dbernl of "tock cnnle. Levied .
sqnall) wpjlld urcht Cottons, upon a Nll e;,
tn : .t ,
> ;: n 'w 'rv panNl :
; tThe total diminution of the crop in I beknornbtit,: as far as Major Graham'' piinKocl'tu th?,sam-}1ime,.and, what. .nhl.h"1";!an.U.her|rmrfar W.tU eotmtrf. aa "b* ttrop.-rfj or Jnh. riPefotat the soitof' Hooker&.a ..; -. L

* | 2equenc of this calamity 'will no 'can gorcpnsiste.pt witli 1m position, w j n, heap:of sugar-plunw !it * *kt ki considerable information. ,' .. toMietr-filecd Savannth and t:-B. n FITZPATRICTT,SUrift .
I } Try ; though we gleau the following iliutT1r" Jt '1 iniin ment .
"": **e sot data enough'as'yet to make an Immediately on the arrival ofCnptain quiet. --.t-, '_.4." 1': ;. .C........ ., N.w*York. /" if _'., .,Seiitpmbr* -:3'HJ:8t6. > TO : .,:tii: -' '.'
n.wJ.nirl. nf., :111 Plnnt' -* The abW wU U.fieetrAiwd
: Tlrr .I V co srtie t.e.
mv fJ a
ttiLternudi will also'depead on the Eaton bearer.of .d espatch from: '1;cii. h F1ikepltickatte feIJovisaidho .
: ,. it, whleh'twMd.\ re"
,
i JJ ts.ter' '_tee'Kkve",(.or. some weeks 19n ,Taylor, recounting the apture of llon.terei1b ran ptttl i sth &fffffiitiM'SiKSib*]I"Off)'lant..t 1-, ., .c. .AJseksei .. .'. : I Hay. the *evenib d"y of Drcembcr iMRt, ,j'l} ; & "
.
t- eoe, J *-* '. IS* .f,., .; IVefiieat: called a ctbiaat'. aba bl- ,. > .1TjJ'Vt\ :&: .; .:. v3D. Ne"', I. "- .ti t.- b4"! Nov! I.b' r;

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...., .... -;;' -- -' -;' ;r-r ';;"- AgricaltHral, : Imp went. .* JACKSONVILLE: llO.:I1E. ;tt "". Jlcr! V-

o Eastas ,-;DEN- LOW: ;& 'WEBI -TER" Jr* TJIB'sobscrilier having reeeatly .fiunl" ,np Florida" an.lSisannsla'Mandarin 1 pa.tI.! r oh.

1m I jat:tha>bpve estabUshment with a vie!r to the Creek. ;Jac&tj: IrJiW

F. J. Jttdson' Exectitor of I V I 'SAVANNAH. OA.DCALKRS .\ ednvenieiKe' and ommcid.tlon of .those St. Marysi :BruaswickAsf !...., IIi.i.

Brown deceased;.lor h : ., lathe; following articles' which will besold g whom reaiei ill: health'or rJ.ture'mfht' attract ti_ thIe the .U.S.MaU.'G! &1.... .. 1 1'I"'CL' :

*Creditors.. w*. I ; '. on reasonable, terms, as.any other establishment portion of Florida, solicits the p.trnnsge' pr. the I 'TIw-, reViler L.EL .... '

SI I Benjamin A. Putnam it i the Southern co ntr1.1; ., public, trusting that nose, abe may favor Ma,;wUJ) MAnHEWS"o t.Ni\!!
tor of the_tateof 'COMPLETE assortment of ImJ their comfort nefleeted. I. hag'h&t.'d !
4 Agricultural! find anything require to hdt i
dec.ed.- OF THE .. plemerts. consisting of 28 different. sites nndpatterns The healthiness of Jacksonville. 'tectlon ti.i derk a .,.eah s ,..,..T.

\ PURSUANT to an STATES.' of Ploughs, Hoes, (rarioud kinds) Axes. from the harsh sea breezes and Its easiness' 'of ac- aonwIy r"(1JId.! mn4 aiaeJ"",4 ..p .'"' \ V

.K of of law, I, JAMES K. Trace and Ox Chains. Shovels And Spades,Hsy cellsany' point* bseawaytj swired it the J1\ud. imprpd. !r I 1,<

I Florida, made on the sec of the United and Manure forks., Patent and American Scythes, reputation of being tHe most ilitnIsEeous plaet.. flirt, \m cannot,be son>assntrouie. by lest '
IJ in lh above .cau.ill be -
ThU boat '
.
J declare Reap Hooki; Grain Cradles, Corn Shelters; Corn i in Ean Florida, for the report or invalids. dnnn will arrive at'.S".ia q' ,
of the. subscriber ericat dp, hereby andCrii4ens.. Purtabl.'FrendJ? Burr GristMills the winter ...".on. To'sr.f b ,w.r..on.. h* (.ft>rs ae.commo.l Thursday im....inf, before( th.. "fran'

L Court the House 5th of in the October city that,public sales.will, Hand) Corn.Mil!*,Straw Cut lets,Ox Yoke, "tton..which h* ho;'....will prove. acceptable daily line of steamers for CbarlrsloiL" ,,kikL to9......*.
day ..
L often and twelve o'clock undermentioned land Patent, .Churns, Foot Cotton Gins, Saw Gins, Patent and as medical advice, of the highest order, every erenintv .,
y .
Also
1 throe tracts of land State.. of. ,FLORIDA, at Fan Mills and Nails. can l I.e commanded," in the town, they may rely passeazers w. is ''ijto t "'t..,t i. ..
Full assntment'oI White Lead Colored Paints brig ,er barque'.lino ihkhThursday leaP4 S... ..
after viz the most can-fid Au..nli"n.A. .... 1
t tract of land containing designated : upon .
1S and Painter' articles' Sperm Whale,Linseed nail visitors from ab.- North hare'occasionally delayed and Satnntiy ,r.ar N.w
I 1t be the same more or less, at ST. .AUGUSTINE com Castor Oil. Varnishes Window that the arrival of IH* SI. M..ithrw, -Y0tbstftth
Spirits Turpentine, l their coming under th* impression rwa. o.jj.. .
.. lion of of fifteen .
1{ a tract ", the twenty-third day of, Glass; Window Sash.Gwi bnUllf'.WM (tilled Ihn s, l ..criUr lakes, thU opportunity Passenri, wtili, lln-jr; IM*:_;... "ilt V
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1); the said Ambrose Hull; the disposal of the lands Powder. board .eillier line, if '" .? __ .
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public i Shot. Bar Lend Percussion Caps. to assure surli, in future that In that case, rerpirf i
the 2nd
!: government, on townships and frac and PRINTING with Th. above IsndiII; |ksr.
fellows
Foolscap a ,
t4 and 1500 acre. being (4f"1r..r.Vrarrin he can always provisle temporarily comfortable :
: to wit: PAPER PRINTING INK. Lr"YtIJilatk.. every Tuesday,A.
Writing accommodation. in the town. )1.,11'80'.
known Turnbnll'. .
place a. "
i. .. PicellIt" ,
I the Southern portion or line and East .J 11c principalncridia Carpenters and Coopers Edge<< Tools' ; GARDEN OLIV.RVOOD.. 0I II, ,,
11. *
heck .
SEEDS warranted as good to be found. Creek p. M. *
0 three hundred actes ef ; as any Jacksonville, Dec. 19. 1845. ly 3 N
and Orders thankfully repaired nod promptly attended Jacksonville" Binf 12 1 .." .,
: called Colonel Plllm r. twenty-four, of
For
,, S originally surveyed to to. V FORWARD & ALDRICH, freight 0: passage, apply. to Car'>t. Mci
Savannah Ga. on board, or to .
June 19ih! 1846.
b December 1790. by the twenty townships twenty ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. WOOP &

., .t 3rdly. two hundred acres twenty-three and fractional State of Florida.TO (jy:: Will practice in hit several Court. of Law Agent CLAGHOIL\, $ T..ML
of the Si John River of ,
: range thirty. ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS and Equity in the Eastern Circuit of Florida. FERNANDEZ: & BIS6
Kmgsley and Daniel and twent1.three. ef r %
1. SHALL COME : GREETING.WHEREAS. WM. A. FORWARD. St. AU I.tioe. A.'nt. .
Hull on the 16th iichoe-
-I j Philip R. Yonge surviring Louis ALORICH. Newnanivilli.LIVINGSTON '. A. coy.
.
'{ the same, of .
I tracts being, twenty ran thirty-two. .
ef the Last Will and :.Testament .
, :t brose Hull deceased, had and twenty-four, of r of John Fraser deceased & DOWNING ::' .The SA Altnr. fl13ek: ttttl.
did
situated on the third day of steamerin RAIl Sf' %L )JNO'. ,.
nearly opposite. July, A. D., 1846; in obedience to an order at connection with ibis IMIOI. .'
S ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.or ti Ea-
GEO. the west half of i4
; township
.t &. .twenty-five, Chambers the Judge of thi Court m.deon the :::: Will practice in the sereral C.'nrf a of Loi hour Moisrer. one hundred ami !af'l-I-1II1.a
twenty-six 25th of March. A. D.. 1840' 'file in this ..bnv.IJ..llttl", the St. '
day Court Johll
-. St. Augustine. Sept. 4. of range thirty-four. #0' afhl Equity in the. Eastern Circuit of Florida.R. "I'| rw ri i'Sept. ,
account: of his Administration such Executorof 12. 184fi.
an
, : ; 03" The above sale is twenty-one and twenty- as G. LiviifosToff. Newnansille. .
IBM Lust Will and Testament of said John
: : .f November next. twenty-four, (except sections Fraser deceased.Tinsnre C. W DOWMNO Fort King. United States mail. -

.f I}l Sheriff's .-( thirty-one and twenty-five, and thirty-two., in town) I therefore to Cue and AmioftiiM all JAMES W. BRYANT, .' SPALDING.The steam C.pi.R.Pseler, SAlUh_
and the of kin '
Sale : singular next legatees, whetherspecificur
on Monday
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of son, having been
range thirty-fire. ATTORNEY AT LAW ---
AND COUNSELLOR iboioojhly .
cr..dicllrInd ,.,
residuary all a ,
virtue of an generally ? hauleil. her decks and .
BY twenty-fire, twenl-stx.*. and evwy person or persons interested in the Jacksonville Fla. cabin rr Imilt, aitd nW....
( Circuit Court ef the premises largefl; for the arcommodalion; ofcisnnieiicel
township twenty-eight (except. io be and before the said Judge of r..IIrfl.i..
4
appear -
.tide I shall offer for sate 1 her
: sect'ons three regular trips from
e one two four,I said Ciurt nt n Term of laid Court to da hHd AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT ,IVtU' 10!..
.f the Court Houe door, in terprio, on Lake Monroe
of the
) Sea
twenty-nine, up Johns .
range at the Court House in Jacksonville in Durwl Bi.,
{ between the usual hours of county ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAWS 125 mileiilHve Pnlaika.

I, I day October (5th) next. !l fractional on S"U''tlIIY the twenty eighth (28) day of No.venihernext Jacksonville Fla.COIWjcIm The ..h.y. Boat, leaving Falsik
twenty-seren here and' ""' T
rn.uing hen .11'IU. .
; in ,
interest which Antonio .
(except *ecti n one,) tuid I Morning. after ,hi. arrival or.b.U, S.Mail
if they hav.orenn hare,why the said Account $s,
t the estate of Joseph M. and uf any IJR.kpl, St. M311h.w..
lte thirty range thirty ofd.p,.ieIIJhilip R. Yonge Executor aforesaid (i rotljc, Captain iiirAeilvrrofliSi
t .r which said estate had as ,as rnnnab carrying the U. S. M.Uto *
: I April 1839, in and to the twellly..i' ht. tw nt.ninp. should not be allowed by this Court. Watchmaker and .Jeweller.No. pIR....,. the abovess! .nj

....i..a.-, !. .*.. ard town4tiina. thirv-tw---------p, i i Witness___,,____.:11 my_ o nnmo._._ _and_ _seal__u.L of_ ._f Court u __ .nt. ... MAKN-STUEJCT... .. . P..upn go pra- (-ur-- -.nrlnft"----......._.. .to'.i"' ..._,...._ I..t 'If..
I Thirty bt thousand : oI"I\"nll'I'"I" IIml cOllnry 'Un'Slun. Matthew
f miorms the ciiizenv
range thirty-eight. [L. S.] this Fifteenth (15) day far October in neiipecuuiir every Saturday Evei.iog at 4 'dwl,
: both margins of a creek thirty and thirty-two, nnd' ofjacksOnvihIPnnlits vicin ly.thal Savannah. V V. -

:: River Snwannee called and thirty-four, of range the year of our Lord one thousand eight .__I he has removed to the house immediately The Steamer Sarah Spalding will insonrille.vtn tej L
,. i hundred and forty ix.
shout miles W -
cing seven
adjoining the one recently Pirolatn & Mandarin.end bark'SIM
: called AIIiatorTo\\'n., thirty-four townships WM. F. CRABTREE. occupied, ns the printing trip leaving JacLsnnvilie
b Judge, of Probate of Dunl.VU.LIL'f every Woodsy: 1&.11
direction about forty miles county
",nnd forty-one and ". ('lion. office of the'Fluritla Statesman"and is now o'clock.
Town and about eighty ,., thirteen fourteen, \ A. FORWARD, f.q., l with prepared For freight or .
twenty- Proctor to execute promptitudeall orders connected passage apply to the Captiia
R.
to Philip Ex'r. *
Yoi.ge. i .
vista which parts are twenty-five. twenty-nix, twenty- October 16th. 1846. 7t"Runaway ,I with rl''RtH'Yfllinp. Bnnrd. or to Fernandez fs Bisbee, A-vaU )ed.
tion of Alachua; and which thirty-fire and thirl)..ix. in Mr. Grothe would aNo say. that h. has determined sonriHe.X. .
S F. M. Arredondp>>, on- or of forty. confine his B. All goods will he
range Negro attention in future, exclusire- rreeiveil I. Suit*,'
"
March, 1817.. to satisfy thirty-six township forty Caught. ly to work in these'branches. He renders hill of Stornge in Jac-L"n; > & Savannah. '
TAKEN UP and committed to Jail ;Asf 0
: a
Mesas E. Levy. T. B. forty-three, and fifiy-thrre I regromnn about 25 year of age, fire feet thanks' to thn many friends w 1.I.fty,.. given himrl.pir Florida and SavaaualrPacket. IC .

4 fifty-four (except stations six inches in height:: bright black slightly patronage, nail rrlllU that his exertions hereafter V 5 ,.
Alligator, August 28.
twenty-three, tw.'n'y-r"ur. will bo such a. to merit it. .
4 53": The abore sale! is pork marked, give his name ISAAC ; Tl I r: reznlarSleamFacWL

Monday in October to the aix, tvventy-seren, thirty-fuur, find on a shirt and pant at the lime of his arrest, From Jung practice in hi* l business, he feel -S. ;... ;, GASTON Cape .,..1'l"tk,'. ..
t ber. 1846. ,) of range forty-one.' and say ihit he belongs ti, Um. 1'. Criiig tar the himself competent In give satisfaction and hit ... rive at Picola. erery Friday' sm

; ', fnrty-six, and forly-eren Manatee. HilUborougli: county. Thin! owner i* charges will he modertto and as reasonable as ing at 9 A, .'J. on each week, and will Wwsjt

,1 '; In Circuit fifty-three,of rang forty- requested to rome forward prove property, pay thus e ..f the North.N. 1'. M. for Snrannali) via Mandarin.' JarkMninDs,

'p. EASTERN CIRCUIT charges, and take him away B. Clicks. and Watches repaired ia the bestmanner St. Marys, and all other i immediatH iandi tuj

COUNTT or DOTAL: at NEWNANSVILLE com JOHN PARKER. i and at the shortest notice.Jacknonrille arrive in Savannah. early' on Sunday lacfMseA;
t TnioTRTVtoHTXAIf the seventh day of December Dec. 26 1845.
Sheriff Hillsborough county. I'as'engens" for Charleston can Ie..,a'J'. ,fcki
of the lands within
r: trator of all and singular d\ public and Tampa Bay, September 4ih. 1846. tf In Circuit Court. in the evening in thedmly line otSteamtrs.

4Soods and Chattels, Rights township fractional V EASTERN CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. I The Giifii nin in Connection with 3-r...,.
I : Credits, of JAMRS B. & NOTICE. 7"! County D".aIII \%.atht.urn! & \Wilder Brig Line if'Paekets ..
of .
( deceased. ",. nnd East of the principal ALL person having demands against ihw E* C. IVI-i & Charles H. IVlol C'Q1terl.Jolin NewYork, of which one leaves etrry Msassy
( ,
. C FREDERICK BARTHELOW meridian. .' of John Brown, lute of Fernandina.Nniunu morn in.

J, I AquiLLA M ASSET, et. al. C J eight, of range fourteen. c"tniy.. will please render them well nilthenlirated ndr. James D.r.Feint deceased, 1 V TI.. GAston doe not return Blick. Crrtkia

3 lion, &c. Jte.TT seven, township eight (ex I wiihiu the legal time, and! rhnp who Herman honker Cfuu. her way to SiT.nnth.XAMES '
Byingtnn Dr.Chambers..
having been made to : are indebted to the said Etnle will make I
JLthe ,) And town hip nine, please a' Hooker & Byingtun, Ieamr N. OF PACKETS.The .
satisfaction of the i ix.) of range fifteen. immediate pavment to Rirdon. William M. Kudon; Clias. vessels cnmrmtiin* ihi* Line, will bemfttt>>

Wexel Aaron Jones, f'4"! except section thirty-one,) and JOHN A. CAVEDO. Executor. f jeedsJames B. Biitg A,ns Leeds be despalrhed regidnrly every M'
Aquilla MaiseyJnrnea B. thirty, thirty-one, and tbirt).. Fernnndinn. July 3, 184C. GmNoricE. & B IICII.: H.G. O. llaheockJimris Brig CLI NTON.,TLj" ma't.r."June Jg
I Levin L.
Levy, Be.njnmin
B. Morgan. Henry Bacon John Brig AUGUSTA A. M. Sherwood master,
: : Robb Defendants in the hip* thirty, thirty-on., thirty- Mnllory: Chester Bi hee & JurohGutlerson Juno 23.
:: side out of.the State of fo of New hark,
interested VF.RNOX.W.
range serenteen. ALL person are hereby notified Bat C. Bi.lee & Co., EllrymftStefi$53.
f I >j'; Jurisdiction of this! Court; and twenty-five of range t Six Months after dale, I shall apply to Amos P. ShumwR,. and other Brig SAVANNAH. Hawley. master,JJjT.
Baker, anotherofth. the Honorable inc Court of Probate fur AlHchun Br: EXACT. J. Johnson
Upon reading and filing the affidavit of one of :: m *irr. Jaly R
f i titled cause resides without and t"enly-on..f range county, for n final disc barge frOm my administration theCompIninants in this cniraiul it Brig EXCEL. C. B. Smith master,Jul/SL
I and in tho Middle Circuit appearing I*
un Ihtt E.t ,te. of William deceaed These ves.'el. it
Standley, ; diP sntifaciion of thp Co,,,'', That several of the commanded by men B0f.
John Waterston, another and isii. at tho same time and for administration .experience who will
place
I': aaH cause also revtes out .. by ]law for the my Defendants reside beyond the jurisdiction of this nw etery exerticn torrafa
on the Estate: of Martha Standley, State: Passengers as rornfurtable. as possible.

r 1 and in the Southern Circuit military, or other pur deceased, lhi... 24th April. 1346. IT is HCREST ORDERED. That of this They will sail punctually as ..bn...., and ia ill
.f William F. Crabtree' a copy
.; ,tI.n.t...._ Esq. from sale. COTTON RA\%'LES, Administrator.Aoril order duly certified by the Clerk of this Court be eases be towed to sea l 1)9 n Sie mnoat. .
I 1 ---.r.-- each be kent for 24ib. 1846. CmAdministratrix GEORGE:
i IT ts OUPKRED That onan..r - puftliJiheci inaNe**:>nner printed within this Circuit HOf.- .. Ir.s.... I
Weiel, Aaron J.>ne.. the lands are so ner fur the spare of four; month. Alp.t. J.,..... :.. '
Notice. MInD Berth* can he secured at St AtJ gnstine, oe itplication j
IT IS rUHTHIR: ORDERED. Thnt the said
: Massey,James B. \ no longer and
Aq/ulla pri
no
Levin I*. Lery Benjamin land in the, Notice i ill hereby given M creditors of and per- Herman Hookt, townships .entitled iodi4trtlHitinn in the July 15. 1S45. I
: Ro! b, 4o appear and Estate of Brington; Isaac N. RNdon. William M. Risdon. ___
Bill of Complaint within bo admitted until after Matthew Hindtey deceased, and to all persona who Clmrlea F. Leeds James B. Bufgs, ns! Lred Jc AdminIstrator'S Notice.

4ate of the publication tr two weeks from the may hare any claims or demand whntereraain Bag -; H. G. O. B.-iheoek. James B. Morgan, SIX MONTHS after date I .'aaU.rr'1'MlW t

t : will be taken as confesied of said sales. ;t or interest in said E tate., that unless! the Henry Bacon John Mullery. Chester m.lot..1z. ..n.Jnm,.,. T. O'Neill.Judenf Pri.b&t'k \

\ same! exhibited or asserted within the period of Jnmk Giilterson. C. Bi the ,. ....
IT is FURTHER OitPEREO, hand the n* %bee & C. .: Anio I'. rounty f Nn .", fur dsctare. A4miiir :
my at city of two yearn from this date, they will l 1Jt1 barred.Persons Slinmwny, and n.thiern. b.. .
the
L. Baktr and iai. said John \ r 'flIirul to anvr the Iraior. on fidlimiitf Estates..rix: Set .'a..*
aad answer the Complainants fourteenth day of having claims and dernHnd_.ngainit th. aid Bill of Complaint, within f.iir: Months, or lissome -.hrr and Samuel| S.CKri; .ti'pl>.,.lai.1 FI.nsa.

: tnontkt from the date,of Domini one thousand E
: Order, or the same will be forty-six. Mrlnt ,4i ofMurion County and Thomas C. Ellis 1 THOS. DOUGLAS Judge.; \.Im.ni"'rwlor It" .n it' [,((11..

against them. ': Alacfaua county, a* my agents.-without delay. I I, OSCAR HART. Clerk of said Court 4. t..r.- Nassau Court flo..... )

1 t AMD IT u FURTHER (), JAMES K. POLK. FRANCES HINDLEY.Administratrix.. by certify the above to |Rtf' n tine ropy .ran ord.'rmade Nassau Celani,. aiJgiisI I4ih. 1846NOTICE. ) k V .I:

: .f this Order duly certified Acting an I entered in the Record of KM id Court in

I Court, be published in some of the General Land Office. Ann 14th. 1346 6m sail! ,.nlid..dcaust'.on the eighth .day. of Ocio!>eit.A ; .
intereyted nntiSeJtC
within the Eastern Circuit of D. 1846. ALL person nreherehi ,
NOTICE.ALL IN TF.STIMONYVHEREOF the rvpiraiion of .ix rr.' "-nlh. ,rtertit ri
consecutively for four months. : I
CLAIMANTS. persun3interestrd are 'notified S 1 date h.-reu'f. I ,nlmll' fnn..llt lit tt
I THOS. the hereby that L.S. hereunto set my hand and affix the "| .p'y t" tl>' }

I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of. limit to cube nightofpre.emjition the .expiration( six months afterdate, J l wvw seal of said Cuurr. Court ,.t Probatelor ,\fatrh. rourty. for afafsettlement
townships and shall
to the Honorable
apply the Court fir and
Probate OSCAR my arrmuif dinehargt fru9ladmiriKtrntion
the above be HART Clerk.
S certify to a enumerated
is required. for Alnrhiia County, for a final ; "
S mad and entered in the to the satisfaction settlement of rnaccounts % JacklonviIJOr.t. 16. 1846. 4m nn the 'Mnleof Jumes LTIa'
of the Re
cS,. nnddischargefrom my administration on end, dp.d Jit- i.(8uf rc.rniiv.JOHTOWNSENDA.1'n'r.LC t:.
the 15th day of August, A. D. the
land
proper office,'and the William
estate of Sparkman deceased, 'late of Administrator's Sale. tr
WITNESS \
g at toon a* practicable, afd county. the fourth Newnan rile.| May 1.>. 1846 6.. h.
Monduy in (
I [L. 8.1 set my band and and before the day JOHN ON -e..mher! next Iwillxpose. __ ..
ap
.
SPARKMAN
Adm'r. &c. for sale the --r. ,
Court. of the at Court House Columbia County Shcrifl'fBY
public sale
Santafee PoudMay 1st. 1846. do t"
tint "r nt Alligator all that
OSC I the ttact claimed;otherwise ----S piece or parcel ef (mailsitunte(1 rirlue of my nffireaiid power( ..tr. Heil b.-

September S5ih, 1846. Administrator's and lyinar in tho county of Columbia!, .in.m.. f have levied i upon and will Jt
H. PIPEfc, Acting thf' fir.t' Notice. known and designated as Lot six (No. C,) ",('- f"r sale' before the'Court Hon*. in lb.l! ra f jJ.Ii 'at

.; For the General,Land Office. ON tn the dRY Hon.January Court of, 1847, I will pre tional section one. Township on,.. Range twelre. ="rnr. mn the first M''nrfay of May fl1t I' ;."

., A VALUABLE piece Alarhua Probates for the (12) containing 93 acres. Said'land sold by or- the ...u,1 bourn of sale on that dav. lit' ,II11QISWcI.srrib.l

.::c.242 acres,eligibly County' acconnts, for final settlement and allowance derof Probate Court n'said omniy fur the bs'n.fit r .pl"t1y." 'Ix:..-Seejion| 21.T.. f*> (0
tt Island the Sr. John. my and Vouchers, as Administrator or the heirs anti creditors of .
: on rirer. of f the Estates of the .estate of JuLn Ran.cp 11,. rontaininr 80 acre*. SsctD'K.*
cf the land, quality of the soil J.me..1\lanlnand Samuel' Robertson S late nf said county. dereated. 93 acre Sertinn 23. 1. R" :
... J Smartdeceased, late .of'said County, and will To..fr |
6- Dr. -. JAS. R.
;::? inquire A. S. Baldwin' "A .t ahe_ ,aam. ..im'. .. ,_annl. .tn. .a.3..... {...".'............... .1'.._ _. _.__, Cnlnmlli.. ... rnll" t' ROBERTSON.I'V _._ __. .AdmV... Levied 'ipnnasth. property Rf Wailer".
: :: th..ubscriber at Ware's OF HISTORY --- n- ------ '- 1-1 .f' ,u. --- .-.- -.J.' ..u.n"",,,. .. 10'10..A "ASW- Ihfl---- -Ia'---''.-."-.1. *_.._..._ ..____ .._ ."-- I
: ::i .. Florida. S. discharge from th..Administration of said Estate r v hearia4G.4 v- w ..n UI .

-- : October 3d .1846. tf. Introductory outline of JOSEPH J. KNIGHT, Administrator. Administrator's Notice. ce
S. S ancient and modern and le.al\"iViUe| June.26,1846. 6ns .THE creditor,trinutees and ntbt"l'1tlntprtttC ALSO, .SV i.1

fNOTICE. Histories of every in' the Estate of Samuel Ru*.ell"late,01 80 gtron 35. ,ownthifI, Range 1 F, -r .h

.WEEKS after date that exists, their V Nassau County Shcrifl's Sale. Nassau county.Florida,deceased an hereby cited ur ..h.pmrstyJDJ' aQo.lf
*
SIX condition, &c., Li. and admonished to be and \ satisfy .. due tbereaa du
elo to the Honorable WILL bosoM., on Monday the' 4th January, appear at and before year'.1846, S '
Alachua county for letters of MAUNDER between the boars of ten and two ih> Hon. ihe Judge Probate, of Nassau county I

pI ; the Estate William C. of Know.H. (...'* "'. Biog o'clock, at the Court House in'the ceunty of Nassau at a Court of Probate!; to be held at the'Court ,Sctinn'35..- A J. 111aiJl'V

IT ; csuaty, dsccusd. MARY "Llteraiy and Scientific ,,a certain, tractor parcel of land known. House, in snid county, on the first Monday' : James Livingston Townshfj tedobeDemp'y4'a
: ftr., incMinc January. 1847, and shew supp .
ALLEN the estate of Waterman, deceased. Said landsituatid cause, if any they have '
to he
satisfy taxes due theresa for t1p7iiS1l'
OF AMERICA .why I should not be
r on Brandy Branch containing sixteen discharged from all further th
Kewaaasville, Fla.,.October INMAN Esq.' ihnusandfnurh ndred acres, mote or less, in beold.io administration of the. Estataof saint Samuel Russell S.ctinn 3. 5' ALSO. 1 ab** c
r .. in Township 2, Slang ] ; t. .
" large (octavo with satisfy. the taxes doe thereon to the Stale of pursuanceofan application then and there ,
acres-L.'vjrl '
L
:NOTICE edition in paper coin,' Florid.,'Ind..n legal costs and charges in to be.mastic by ml to said Court L upon a' the property f I 0
: andabout I. *"
or D. Nort.Io, aV ibe ru
hereby given to all I nailing satisfy taxes
I IS 2. the advertisement and sale thereof. Balance WILLIAM A. RUSSELL, Admor.. tbe .
the '
.
1846.
i Months after rlate ADEE June year 't
I Publisher. due,one hundred and two dollars ninety-three ct,. Ittk. 1846. 6m ;.,
Honorable the Court of Fulton street 'TB. F1TZPAT&II. ilT
New York. A. J. 'BRADDOCK Sheriffand V I
Alachua, for ft final settlement ,October 16; 1846. 'Tax Collector. In Circuit Court Sh.rif.nt.* eoJVcw rt .t"
: OF THE AlHtator. i1 \ '
my accounts and vouchers as ... .STF.nN\CIRqUITO FLORIDA, "d. -
-
.
Estate William Dell, .... r'* Notice. Administrator' Notice. Tom, ALACHOA AJCD LETT COUNTIES. Nassau Countyiierf1'S ??SS;gV '

Jit ty, and Estate.for'a discharge from m : of William' and others"MeCulley inter, O MONTHS accounts, and, '.rter vouchers date,,ai I shall administrator present my of .Cow, RICHARDS- & CO.)ment., A>

I. Newaansvill, E. F., May a. Florida, deceased, are the --Estate of John Robertson ,late. of Columbia' BRTAN' JOHKSOJT. *427 sworn) 'i te., this Connly nf Nassau on Mniiday I.7 VOfianunry,1847bptiienthebtwr'o'cli _.: rr
iabed to be and .deceased J I0llJ5jj"Ilia
appear
V 'Administrator's county, to. the Hon.,Judjie of Probate < ) Il
he Judge of ..Pro for said for final settlement l k. that day tk r U d. of SUM* $5 '
: SIX MONTHS after date, I county a of said.Estate THE above named defendants and f .'l
D 'to_the Honorable' at mCourt of Probate, to and shall at"the same.time apply for letters of : persons interested all other situated said rouuayoNaasats it ,
are
hereby notified P'
.. in said of the .
!
on the dismission thouAaml flih4 hoMml imkndItPlkt;
county as such
Alachua of institution
administrator
: ; count), for Letters which. all per of the above named suit attachment r
E tate'.r. Ephram. Tyner late 1847,,sail thaw cause, if sons interested' in said Estate, are detlred to take *required$ to apearanr; rIeaeto by the Declara' rsufficiefit, ,portion,thereof, ins.IIk f 1.

.. ceased ; and all persons' hiring should not be discharged notice. V JAS. R. ROBERTSON(, don filed in said ,cause at the'next Term ihj'reoiitnthe.Stare, .rF''r' 1 :
; Mid Estate of ,the Estate, of Ort. 11.1846* of said leI r CLTJ5iVDfth. '.
are hereby,required ._ i .Aslmlnlstna.r.'o Court ,default whe..or.Sud.mpnt'wilJ!' 1M .a"
; property attested r-otHwemenr. in pursuance of an If>>: as for want(a plea." bepraveil l y..ti.Pat. A moool of taxM ii. ,l .9'
I.r ,JOEL to be made by me to u : '1!>mIK 'JlMG V V .dollars and sUty cents.'
R. O '
S ALBERTI Arfa'or. -. '' &X.KnIT..tT' S LIVINGSTON, A.JBRA ."
V
May tttli, 1846. Gm'5. ? ALI TJitcurnom,' 419ffXATZT :: V An'y f intiF. t., VV ..:
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\ 1S4Mn IJIGOTID _I Sharif,4TuCa_ .'
AT T $ entcg.V ,K wntMvilIf, October 9ihi845.'f. '3oi V: :" Octotwr30iJi, 1846. pt


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