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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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a 1* tberJtfndVbettteen 1W ihfrtirtlii"iky"of .August,
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;.1t1iwrw'n Toyearly advertisers a :. "-, i recesvet1sairfl e amouct ( 4 ,:
ijbemade; -- .. :- ; iue tlrana.t1oil's derdoforYfvi&nSuanrh 'f-' -
lot befor in.r1.unes3 : v 4 aiia coIJ cted on : :
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&jvetti3emet3tl rei1at must cuiwtneT. py1etemugfr VOL.IX.) U, isic. ( eaa.ls cumin*from farergn: Cfiuntiien (except ,
bJ frUthCISm411bortOIfcu
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: wiiU tbe.advertisemenfc! be jt. In ,_iii1iETh1 Ot'jflifit11hie$ crnsnosedip., <
.Sec 11Awl dratu Wt4 dred and
net marked wit tbe number rWJ thInifr.i, eutitffil A n at I cenctraiajrtionage
AdvetiinentS be continued until forbid acts and parts d4 f acts tepognaat toof J rnwWktVtwutand x, onmanuractured;gol.i and silver lenf mjneral, duties< n Sj-anuh vswstl '* ami Irum eat -
;ertL( III11FJW'U' Uns aiVl .nd the iarim tn'F l f -. IJQH; silk ..tWiSt coinrioeil of*ilk and mo-, lrrm.i; silk, raw. not mon advanced in manufnc lifter she paa ut lUU act, no; ducrimtaatm
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Dalian for. will be charged for all announce- i, Scntutee- -, &usdrea p -percoitifm- 8 aciva maii1iIvetp1ttt'd! mw*;Wfbrith? form; t jr than 71" .... C rtet perfjime4, Wind er,> ni| njliwhcr in < f
.fcatiiJ&te fur ohe.! J1e--.: a( stefl, .bur.ti cst4war,. .German; Terne tin coining from foreign: countries) cxch>l ti fse cutn*
V 2iontha,. $1O 00aiice kind*; s\tgar of nil kind*; wruj of sugar; tobocco,. ra.4jin ,iwet. Cuba' '
,piIrP. forSi : : n4'Mhbr spirits lMtilled fli.Trihr' ? TO UrdMil'; { g'V. Ing from r Pmt Rieu'Approvedigut3 ; '
Brandy twines o'M
and Creditors, WOO lihmliiiGfactbreH; pacithi.sdimrwha. *tvnrnjei4 liot otherwUe
JhU1 i s ; pfovuled for; zin'sp's J 840.
; I') ma'terial '.ronlial yjjtywhr... afrikIcjni.|
for Letter* Ailmiaistratton j srJ"All .00 other *; ay materinl compysed l; umbrrlo j ellu ; ivineef !r.19r tucteaegue, iberia, TcpvcLm.m fe ,
pIcatrn1 will be.inserted kitsch n waisW* *'.J.r! ma/aachino, W fia. wafer color, wood unmanufactured
religtous notices jjmu? con gar; *; water ; ,) CHAP.
all 'other sptmuiiys bevrntgos of ..a emiiiar therwi fort'-fife wooJivooT : ( ',. !, Tt1J 76.-an Act In rriatioD lo se ifme of
hU'i proTicJerl ; ;TUD-! tv ( t- r !
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communications wilLaehtTgeI araclert Aromoniji; annatto ,Or leans barilla.:1oki cuuit ';tbe-Uni-
adoiissablc personal , rancoir. or t
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9auTcJye4r'y! ? 10f | ted Stntes (orthedistriet-cif Ohio 4
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advertisements. bcliTng wuIth 1'h1m w 1
AH bill U for Jott Pintinmust, 'iepat oh the cQCDDLB B.-(fry per cextvm ad vaiojP4Alabaster S .1)p D.-(TserIyfive pe centum, -'.1 ***-ad' ta teslpiaga2sm! ,. jib.pr | Sxc. t. Beit'eiiacted by the Senate and ilouso '
TT nd sfar 'iSintiVfu-iit*; tilmomlfVaricho- : Zorem.) Representatives of the United States
,j rriff lit* workcommumcaf- Unted newspaper*; "bound, r-Jinbound. nut oher'w t f Amen-
a" x ns must be,, addressed: toHAZARD. vies, ardit,e/orKi ''all1otlH>r.fil preM &IitiI.t: ; %:Bor x of linctnl: BurgWndy' 1ieli; ; ?buittoii1vc; : rdi'J o'mitrdug 1iOn(' ; : ; ;, I calu Congress; issemblcd, Tliat the terras'of the

G1.LUT &; portage paid. camphor.refined;. ca *tatclovQ<<; cfunpv niiiiHn it psfortaMen. button" moulds, of-all. kind*;'*bitize'bockin"s..i Thin.- t7oug*% -"TV.111* ,caz4aud mu*nic ,; i m circuit aiul' 'district courts of the United State 'for -
orjother nrlicle .of furuilnnr; rtljtjit, -neu.V* nnd*hliu.r cloths, of; whatever' material' com imitations Ieitoftiut. set, dironorntlt-r*, bux, or the district of Ohio, hrrrttifure lj-/J un ib'e tKirci

A1iTUOIUTY sweet mctJ, <>r fi uit jiri..irreit iu.iignr{ brmm ndy, stLnoiotbevie provided fur; cables Ii144 cbrd- flnp'intffwr'trHiereofV/ : rochtnenl: coa> : 'cocoa Monday of D eW>er, annually, ibailLejvif&be
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$i tutYnhtDd: Stnteethf Pntuiaed UI hot or mbU j>e ; ciirraiit thiet flgi: ii:1r j ge, tarred o(.uutarjfd ,cal .nielf and, other mer- iIIeI!)*t,50f*| $ iwif/f glassjor pastry not.setrctul. heltt on the sc coin! Monday JSovember.aauiially 4 .
Laws, $ Tfrentj-rVinth Con or"gretn"gl <*, cuijwowl nfi4dmI 'urial |srejimi ret IOU.; camphor, crude; cotton lacesi fnndiarnou4s[ gems, pearl, rubies, end other Provided' Tbab all actions suits, ap| grpnaililU, bony, muhocnny, r .siilana cotton i *rrting*, cotton trimmin lsur; .vcwttoiIapc -: %recinu.1tOei aruITmitatSont ,ihenoof, when Wot processes, w rit>, and prtxevtlfn wbatrver <
gress. satin wood;' nuunegsu *iment'r pr.par'dblem' eml braids; fioi *. ilk>t ff |h r'o1 isr (Teatiier eflgraving qr paa's,.bourulor ur.btdnd, ; ..mjises.1 pending in aaVi courts,; ur retWrailile to' |f -
?.74...-.AN ACT reducing the duty on irar meats, 1iry.ntl izzu.i si'ii 'r cnrlimsr.l 'bea''nni doWniTof alt kind si; grass efotn; h tr I lmnspptI and trapeaeed; fuiler' .earth; furs term, a* it now exists, shall have day theieln/tnd,

.odli and for oiher purposes.c. kns1 m- tevwi- 'stin' Iuik ruh| )iairtseattng,. anil,mill.utheri raanufactrire* 4f lmalWra'dessed orunilresedot oiThslcinfur.y ; |1'. tried, proceeded wiih.VbdTdUpo.etIK of at th
> I Be it enacted! by the Senate and House .tops- for table*. ur oth*>r articles ai not( ntjerwi.e proviul4| for ; j'lie, StAil A.r&Bf* tI.UhlVd.fhCflpU: the.skin*; goldbeaters s1n? ,; 1 term'as fixed by tin* act. "*
-representatives ohhe United States of Ameri- gars, snuff,1 paper> riir*. Hnd all-other mam fncof c'ilr, nnd other vegetabl ubtances unminulactuired gulil VuililC nr.fIgumsen.atgum trncanthguni | Approved, August, I84Q. : '

rfconness That, Irora and after lures tobacco;, wine* Cqrgwidy, cbirnpapru*, : ,npt Qtfierwise, ..pruviderli 1 ; suanat.u.J.L1jbUed baL3iiytguim Eat India; guthaddi'gum subitl.ut..rI'urqt _$ _,,
*tb.gjl / Of December next, in 1ieofthe du- claret t,,madeira, Port, ,sh rfy, unit.all other-- irjnej* wholly .f Cotton. not otherwise iovi4eI $ starch; btir smfaU. 'kwl,, uncleane-l CHAP., 77An Act to grant the right of preemplkm -
f ie beretofi impoie.1 by law on the articles here- and :imitsSCHEDULE,, of, winei''. ti.f; : ,of- gonl' .M -li'Wi-i nair or moh L'.Junufacturr.8 i ,' or> olrs iiI unrn nisfactimnAll Indian ruhtcr, 1n otfs.slnbs ;to_.c*,uii|, set tiers.,va the land;aequred ,

mentioned, and on such as may now be cx, : ,-C.-( Thirty- -per- ccntnmh )vaiorenj3! iIcl! g'of t'* |>nir| r mohair,lall} era cnz4oaent ) orkheet*. unmanufactured; indigo; kelp; lemon by treaty' frurnthe ||:amUndianstn Indiana.Src. .
ImntromHaty, there shall be levied, collected, material, not otlie'rwi. jiroyldetl for; nianuf ictures; and Jime juice; lime; mi's and charts; tnusfa'nnd 1. Bt1t eaact by'ihb(5ehat IId House
andp1&! __ the goods, wares, and mirchandise Ale, beer and r orter in cnk or bottre,*; nrgeti- of!*ilk, *>r of w hic'h si il I If i>brtU l ht11r0v4d'fw 0 cohipon nl'ina- music, pimj'er.i'1shinebomiod :or unbound;; Representative* of jle tluitfd States.of Am rlca -
.1 and provided (or. imported from tine, alnhnttn, or German eiumeft ; nnirwn viIr7-miiiil. and enl ,
mix orrimenr
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freigi countI W*, the following rates of duty_-rlhat unmanufactured;articles rrabr iderf l 'with, .gold! vnr.sel, or of which worsted shall be .a lompo-. puim leaf, iinrhaniifnctured! palm ;p<*Hhiog *(ones; r, 'being ,the head of a" (fuwiW;; or' widow'or
orothef metal article* worn by nirn. wo- 1- floOvt-be
silver ; tweniy
: ) sifigle; igetf( woe who
A '* 'materialnot'otherwTHH proVulen foi" years
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bgosay 4 wIL ittig pup4. / pumice ;n'tone/.mtnn; ntid >reed. un-
Ott ;wds, ware, and morcbnndHe.rnenlibnedA men. or- children z s.f wllzutevfr:t material pitiuc.J, : iijn.wr4 other, (Wrjrnoiluig und 'mat* rr ide, of mlLtIIIMcturr4l(: ; rot ten..ton : sul ammonia; saltpe- is now in pos eiun, by actual residence* < as a house
A, a duty of one hundred per centum flade u''r made wln.lyor us '* nan1; em ulai- and, lut other keeper'/bf any tract of public"land H v iIh'n iHeFnniiis -
,ab.duIe lagtljute, or grns; roofing i rei'orlhiirnttf; ofs kla, or pi tahf) iefined or partially -
Uaii Jim. ; cuMnnIIT ICE, ,rsrm.A>ii ( i0. of the several, ce ioas the Miami India in
SKin
; by D
.Ui ithmflii .l.4woeii and wor ed refined woda nsh artd oil of(
nhuem. ja
; ,, ; sul.hiiric<; or
mentioned in and.tismrtur s.eied eitherf'rlhe Indiana which bare been
ware*, and merchandise pastes, perfumes not vet ) procJairoed for
ogxxx1i. vttrlel l tnllowrnarrow and nil other nnd
.-'(Ttctntyp reenium-adva >te i.) ; preaae
chedule B, a duly of forty per ceniwnadvalorem.Oa toilet or for niedictnal puqios s; ,.baskeIemptiaL1other ; ion?' siccs"and srtb'p stufTs not' otherwfe salo: by the President, or any suclt person1 mx

guo4. wares. and merchandise mentioned articles composied! of'eras. *'. oii-n palnilnif' *, ; Acid, nceiic, acrioii*, benzoic/boracic, ronuc, for; terra jnponica or catechu; wntches provided and shall hereafter M-ulr, erect a dw.llipg.l,ou.e, atxltecomea 'C
fc schedule C, duly of thirty per centnm>d val0B straw, whalebone, or willow, not ojherwuo ;provided ch'tic, muiiaiic, white und yellow, nitric, EJfroHg; ports of watches: watch muleriaU of all kinds, Housekeeper uM>n any ucb.tract of lart
.I for; Bay rum'} bead1' of ambVr. cnmpom ittVof tiM'oui; iilal lui'tHric, ami nil other acid*, < f every otherwUn.. provided fnr; wood nr pastel.ScHcnuLr. shall be fltiued to the same benefit and privilegr
good*, wares, and merchandise mentioned wax, and ail other dnhnioate.; bhbgtss'iu.; description, u.ea-tr chemical or mediciha purpoor es, with respect to said lam!,as was granted to settlers
it vhpJule D, a duty v f twentyfiveper centum ,sages; bracelets braidii chins/curLsui<:iui leij fur ininufHCfuring, or in the fine t ti>, not ; H.-(Five per centum ad valorem) on other land'by the act approved twenty '.

anunm.! ? composed of hair, or of which Hair i is acom ion. nt otli *r is4 provided t for"; uloe ; alum; amb ri ami Alcomoque! ; argot tor crude taiier bells, when second of:June, righteen hundred and iMrty eight,

O.ot1s, wares, and merchandise mentioned intctedsle part; braces, sur fuV ild, or bell metal, fit pnly to be irmsnufajtured; entitle "An net to grant pre-enipuonji hu arul
E, a duty of twenty yen centum ad valoQi rics-compesel wKolly r in port of ijndia riibtier, moliuir UHinMnuractiired; unniseed; unjmal lens bizm; berne*, nut, and vegetable* used excluivrly' the several amendatory piuviu 'of said act, efrfecteil -
not otherwise provided.for; brooms *nil bru.)K> of- uniiifiohy; : crndtf'or' m egiilui of; a r row root; i rttcle<', djinp. or in compoln dyejbut'no article shall) by theisolsvquent acts bearing dais first -
m. mentioned kind real and imitation!and mosaic* b claMed.assucb hat has .unuVrgon* mnnu- June,eighteen fiuqdred and furty and third March
good*. ware an tfrhk F,a duty of fifteen per centum ad valorem.OB real and imitation when scr in goldslaver, oroili otht rwiH pntvidrd for; n4 iifcciiilu; baoon; barmutable factuir; brass in pigs or bars brass,when i4dand rfghtevn huitdred and forty ihren : Pirovielcaf, That

< Md*. ware, and merchandise mentioned er mefai; cine and stfcks for walking, finiihed OSJ; burlry; href; biv/wnx;' berries ve *, fit only tote remanufaclured; Bmzil wood and nil the mintmoni piictJ per fccre of said land shall ,

schedule G, n duty of lea per centum ad valors. unfinished; capers. pckbs! ,and saucvjof all kind*; flowers, anti bnrkf, not otherwise provided or? bit* D!I (lye-ui uoh cks;br.uI.s; chulk, run oilier, two dollars pr acre.., ; -..
,1 .. otherwise provvled for; capshatL) mutF. mid mutii; Liurrappks, blankets of all kind,, tlunk wiiieprovided for; clay unworib; periu l'V9! SKC. 2. :And Wit further enacted. That in every

Qa- gods- wares, ana. mercnimweincnuwocu. I. in tippets of fur, and.alt other. fnanufaaure of furjor book% hound or utibound; blue'or Roman vttrof or barscopper'when Old, md 6uonIyto be remini case the affidavit, of tbe claimant under this act

lifdcl ti, a duty ot five per centum ad valorem.Src. of which, fur *hai) ; he a conapouiint materia): inulj>)liai of copjpor; (Mjunl*., plankt, tavej laths, tactured; flint; grind.tonefwmughtprpawrought; shall be like unto .ibat. prescribed, by the acspC
2. And b* it further enacted That from, caps, glove, leggm, mitts, socks',stocking*, w nvt. ncuntlins./par*, bi'wuur, H wed timber, anil tlraber'tobe Horn*, burn lip, bone, honejip, and teeth unmniiuractured twenty Second' June, >ttren miudrerf and tn/rty
oj fter the first day of December next,the goods, shirts'and'drawets, and all 'similar micIes.rn iiMni in t bnildfno\; rve8"bouchJeac; *; ; ivory nut*, orvegrUble iiorjtkermes eight, andfiho saVne shall IxC filed, and proof and. ,

nret, aa l mercharxlUa mentioned in schedule;. I on frame; worn by men, women, er hildrenr,'und brecci'i.Jironze liquor; broiiia"powder; buttw; cud ; Jacia.shgs suitab1*|n.l sbo ,b0(>tll,b.9* payment made furtive land claimed,otapy tmebe *

&!l b r exempt from duty. not otherwise provided 'Xr; card .< iicgt.pckit; inium| calumiue:1 cuiilhnridwii; cup/i, glove, legging tee*, button*, exctu.iv.lmadder, ground: roadder fnre ibe day fixed by the President s proclamation _. \
Sec. 3. And be further enacted. That from bouks,:shejl bixe*, ebuvenirii, and all siniilar'urti; *, mitt, sotkf,- stockings', wove shirts nudlriiwerirnado root; manufaciuies of moliair cloth, silk twi tor for the, public iaJ.ipf the aidIaad; :, Provided, '
shall mnter'ial i ui.riatin ,other.rnaDufar.ture-.ofcIoih suital Jefor, iho.mannfacturp That where, tract of bind is now settled
mfoied ,
nl afu-r the fiat day of December nexti'there cl es. of wIiHtever. .' ., c ; arp.t 4'| frame*, roinpos 'il wholly;of upon
kfef'wd collected, nud.paid on all good*, *rares, hmarth I.-dIdes,) and .'thr p hu 'krcapetfrng ; cotton, worn by men, women, and children; cnsoin of shoe*, boot, bootees, or button*,-ex- a settlement made* on such tract *u'irqOehuoih. ,

sail merchaadie imponed from foreign couotrie, being eitherA mbuuui,Brnsels. iimgniiisSaaony budciUtor oil;| cn torum;- ced*t ''ivoud, ebuiry*. i cluiively;'nickel; isut.gaiI.peanl, mother of; pewter date of fhis ,hw shall.confer jio right on tEe but S

u4 not ipecially provided for in this act, a duty. furkmmy, Vetia Vulton, cr any ,mtlme granadilla, mahcjgauy, ro,ewoo rf twenty per centum ad valorem. similar fabric] carriages ana ,parus pi cairiugt-*, unmanuracturcdjjcbocolalp; chromnte oflea.1;chro rugs, of whatever maicriaUraw, : hides and kins of hereafter bevmade, the right shall be in the firsi :
Src. 4. And be it further enacted, Thaf in all cayenne pepper cheese; cinnamoa; Icluck* and name, bichromate, liydriodute, and pnusiate of mill kind!*, whatever dr5ed.alte ,"pickled! not settler, wh<>,*ha.ll, oiberwise comply wiUttbecoiK.ditionsof .

curt in which the invoice or entry shall not con"tratbe pans of locks; clothing ready made, And wearing potash; cobalt; c coa nut*; cocuJuindicu: #; copperas otherwise provided; foi; .afflo.ver; saltpetre, of nK ibis law. ... .' .
weight or quantity .or measure o\\ good*, apparel of every description, of whatever, material i or green i vitfiul, or sulphate of iron; copper.. Irate of soda.or potash; when crude*seedlac, *blIRC 'Approved, August.3d, 184S.T .

wit*,or merchandise now weighed or measured composed made up or manufactured wholly or in rod*, bolts, uaiU'nnd spike; copper bottoms; cop- ; sumac; tin, in pigst bars, 01 blocks; .tortoise \ 'S zd -
the tailor, or manufacturer; and Nod other shelsrunmaaufacture| ; turmeric; waste, CRAP 78.-An Act providing.tor the adjustment
erftnged, the *am- shall be. weighed, gauged, or part by semptress JMT in *heetsor plntf*, called brazUVs copper,
ewrri at the expeneof the owner. agent; or coach and harness furnitnre i.fll kinds; coalfcoke othej;sheets 4.f copper not 'therwi e provided for? or shoddy; weld;tlttat..sp lU'r or-4eutenegur, tin oJUll suspended'p einpiioirla clttiiirrinlhfc
-. < -. *KSec. *- of all"kind o'therwiie for. several States and Territories.
andTculnVcf Coal; combs ;mpoTflon cream of tartar; .cubvb*;dried pulj>:emery, ether; manufactured, not provided -
5. And be it further enacted. That from of glass ',orpns.le. when >set; confectionary of nil extract of indigo; extracts und decoctions.cf.logwood SCHEDC I.-(Exempt fromduty.) SicBeit enacted by tho Senate and Hobse. S
of December next in lieu of kind otherwise provided fcr; coral, cut or otherwise Representatives of'tbe United State*of America
ui afterlh; first lay not and oihfrilye wood, not provided Animal imported for breed; bullion, gnu ) and *
4*bounty heretofore authorized by law to be pnidilhc manufactured; cork; cotton cord, gimp*, nnd gal for; extract of iuodderfehpar; fig bluefish, for silver cabinets of coins, medals, aidoth.'r coIUc- in CoNgress nbeiI. That the Commissioner of
epnrt4ti'fl| ol pickled fish <>f the ntherie* of lnon court. pla ter;'crayons of all kind' *; cutlery eignvhether freh,! smoked salted, dried, or lions ;of antiquities; coffee and tea, when imported the General Land Office:br, and hp|* berebyau. ,

dnUaited Stales, there shall! Iw allowed, on the of all kind; diamond, genii, pearls; rtil iei and pickled, not otherwise provided for; fish gliie or direct from iliw.place of their growth or proJuction ibonired and empoweied to determine upon prinxciples
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|K>rution thereof if cured with foreignsalt, a; other precious, si.ne1. nod| imitations of precious'tones iingla; fihk skins flaxseed;: fluur of sulphur; in American vesels entitled by.reciprocaltreaties' equity an4ju.ticeai recognized courts
dnrUck equal in amount'Ii, lh* duly paid on the when.set in gold, silver, er. uther metjil; Franklort black; French chalk| ; fruit, gwen or ripe, to be exempt from discrimfnating" duties, of equity and in accordance- gvneraj equitable
ascertained Under such dolls and of all kinds; earth'ern, ..china'andstoneware -other ise for fufmina'tes fulminatw rules and, regulations to be settled by pbeSe*.
wH, an the
ntulauou* a* maybe prescribed by the Secretary and nil other warVs'composed' of earth powdeis: ; furs dreed on the skis; gamboge; production of the possessions of the Netherlands, cretory of Treasury, theAtnrneyGeneralan4

f tm* Treasury.Src ly and mineral substances--'not!other wise provided glue; green turtle; gunny, clojh; gunpowder hair, imported from the Netherlands in the *am ,mao- Commissioner, conjointly, consintrotry .with,such

6. Awl be it further enacted, That allS for; epaulets, galloon, laces, kiIOIS,,stirs;'tavls, curled nib's*; sea weed, and "nil! other veg tahikuListacrs h 'r; cans,gold 1; silver and copper copper ore;copper principle, all eases suspended' entries now cx.
i.aW! land office anil in what
Dili l wain, and merchandUe imported after the tresses, and wings of gold.silver other metal; us.iI.l.for beds or matro e*; ham hats when imported1 for the United SlaleYmint; sting tojiidge esies. : '
!i.u31g of thi* art and which may' be in the public fans aa-l firescreens of every description, of what* )wool; hat bodies, n211de.or: wool, or.ot. which cotton; felt, adhesive,, slteaihing vessel; gar patents shall issuf upon the};sarne:; Provided, .
such shall be mad .
ssweoimli second dny iii December next, shall ever mat ital composed; feathers[and flower*, artificial wool shall 1i0n component rhcterml of chief value} den seed*, and all other seeds, not otherwise provided mowever. That adjudications *
within from the this and
lie l uUjTt to nx other duty upon the entry thereof or ornamental, and parts thereof; of whatever hatter's plub,.composed of,silk awl :.cotton but for; good, wares' and merchandise; the two years passage act
after material compped; firei crackers) flats,braids, of wdiclr the matrrial of chief bo first approved by. Secretary of tl Treasury
thim1ihs same were imported respectively r cotton i* component growth, produce or manufacture the United States shall .
tJa. plaits, sparterre, and willow !quares. u cd (yr inn;- valise; hc-mji'eed anil liiiseet, aad rspeseed oil exported t<> a foreign country, and brought and the Attorney-Unit General d States, aid Ofihe-titIot oijly j
see:?. Ami be it further enacled. That the king hats or bonnet*; frame* and ticks for umbrellas and all other oils uoeil) in pninjiwgJ Indian corn and back to the United States the srimocinditionns perae'to.dire.tshn '
tin land embraced such entries without
tvtlftfa pctu>n of the act entitled "An act to pr<>- p.rasiik,and junihades, finished,iinfinlnhed curti meelj ipecacuanha; jrdiuti{ ; iris or on is root; wbvn exported,upeh which no drawback or bounty dice bike rights of by the conflicting,claimants.SRC. .rv5u.'
i Ie ( and to change and furniture, cabiaet and householdginer,* iron bone blckjalsjI juniper berried -
< ,revenue rum imports ; liquor; jvory'or j ; has. been allowed: Provided, That all regulatiensto S. Ana l*Jt farther enacted, That the.
MifyxUiin; lv's i.nO4uig duties nn import ground; fi'as' colored, stained, orpaintcdglas.fciystals ; UcipiriiB; tee sulphur;; lampblack; lard;leather ascertain the identity thereof prescribed by existing and jurisdiction given by this s'r. to' tbe.Cbmmf .
i&l fw other rhjriwI..t' approved August:thirty*; for watche;, ga<. or pebbles for'sjiecti- tanoed band or sole; leather upper of all kinds; laws, or which maylbe prescribed by the Secretary power *)dner of the General Land Office shallcrae

'tpeti iiund and forty two, [tec vol. 10, f. rid; gas) tumbler' plain, moulded, 01 l pressed, lead, in pigis,4bars or sheet*; JtMideir pipes leaden of tie Treasury, shall be complied wiih; and determine, at the exprat1on'ottwo- -

L: hill \*>, aietl l tlie.mes.lm.reby i ucb Cornrnis*. .
::d, that all 5'Kxl* imported from this side, the glass; ginpes; gum benzoin nr Benjamin; hair pen.cila juice ir root; Inhnrge; malt; 'rnnrigHnee; manna;( or;families from foreign cwmrlie*,{ if used *ionerbe, and 1*passage hereby Hirrcted to report to .
C;ipeisffl.ji Htipcor Cape Harn, may remain ; bat bodies of -cotton; bats amid {ionnets; for manufttciureJ'of: fiwXj- hot otherwise 'provided for; abroad by' the'm;'and not intended fur any other Congress at tbe firtes ion after the sainfadjudicaitions

is the PM' IIC &ure f itt the spued of one year iurdGfsIi. men, women und, hildren, composed of*|raw, s.v! manufactures of lierap, not.theiiiw providwl; person,or per an*<;or, far,sal ;'Junk. old;models of shall have been made, p list,of the *ame and -
term 'f sixty day .rrscnibe4ia the tin straw, chip. graA, palm lenf."willow,or any oth- niarble in I he,roughslab,, if,block, unmanufactured inventions w.d other improvements ?iii I lieu_ ,ts-- under SIC?) classed as he may deem necessary,arid
II1MI ectinn; aui that all go Hl* imported from be er vegetable substance 'or, of hair, wbalenone, or ; marine coral, unmanuf cturrd; medicinal Provided, That no article or articles shall be deem-' of.the which such class'wai deter .
principles
ii th CaM Cape iifcrn, oiher mntenial not otherwise provided for; hemp, lPtHY ntftl uiiJ I.a,1Mg In rriirlrt vtntP*.'iHlt Other- .. t_. 1 I _-_i r _. upon
ofGM)4.tlopor ,
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venmuvu
< may wiwcM .PM mu1 *
| t i e l n moof i or irnproverotyn mined. ., ,. ,!
Irmsi in the tiuliiic stores o.ie vear instead of the Unmanufactured; honey; human hair, rleanned wie provided fur; trielals,' Dutch 'and bronze; fn* use; odkum; oil, spermaceti,whale, and other fish, SKC. 3. .And? be.it further enacted; Tbt the' ,.
1trmi of ninety iUy* prescribed; ; in the said section, prepared f6r"ue: :itd;!? and- ink powder iron, tit leal; metal*, unrnanitfacture.-l,. not otherwise pro of America fiaherle, and all other articles the said Commi* ionerhaJl rranje his,decision into. :

.Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, Tfiatit shnllW jars, blooms, bolts'loop's pigs" rods, slabs, or othrr v1L4fir; mineral and bituwjnqu* substances,, jr acruae'ftate profluco/if.such fisheries; mini logs and st tuai)< two clause*:i' (he first;cla *'icS embrace all saclTcases 5
lawful fmr the iner. coniigner. or agent of form, not ptherwise provided fort castings of not otherwise'provided for; musical inV the production of American rtits residing abroumI of equity as may be finally coafirmciLby lb
*>jx rt* which have* been actually p of cast,iron;jfpann j striirhents of all kindi/and strings far musical Tntrumerit and all other painting awl %'tatusry? Provided bonril V-aforesaid|( -I ami the second-t class to- embrace' > -'. ;

11tj ofiiw itame, tutnak** such addition in the en.- >d war* ol all kinds, not otherwise provided.fur; of uhlp"gY t:and cutguT, nnd all other Tim same importedin good faith) ..asphjects.of all such cases as the Gjtdfrjcc&'Ind deci l -io'bo. .

VytotLpct.urvalu. givt>n in thojnvoicc, .as to, jewelry, real br imitation; jet and manufactures of tring<_of she slime material; needles'of all kinds* tate, and not of merchnndue; personal, and InvaIid. > : fc ,.. v; j, ,,-' -
li. opinion may rai* the **me to tiia true market jet and imitation*thereof; lead pencil; mncraroni, lor sewing, daruing, or .kuittjrt*; nitrate of lead;' hounenold eHerts (aot'merchandise) of citizens of SKO.-4. And v be; ti further enacted. That for all

**Itiet f such imj4)rts in tLJ41.principal marktrt of vermicelli adne1j.lliessn.IaU niintUr | reparations cats an.t
tW country whence' th importation shull have ; manufactures of the bnrk.olihe.cork tree oil. s'permacepi'whale'nhd o'ther'fish bif, the produce unground;platina unmanufactured; shea king copper in she firt clai, patents, shall itftie to .hecairn1

Wn m*
We b-rn originally nj*nuf*cture.l produced, j juthecaM pe-arl, ivory, or Vegetable ivory; manufaciure, ai'iclrs and,: limes; cringe Bail lemon peel; otier or willev j mined free, except in twe sheets of forty-eight inches placed In she second!class shall ipt'ojacti rtfsrtto

may be; and to add thereto all costs vessels, and wares, for ot brwiie providerl prepared f.irbaket maker's us'; patent.. mordant long and fourteen1 Inches wi/e, I weighing ,and become paft, of|iep fad charge* which, u iler existing law-, would for: of brass,copper, gold. iro.,:lead, pewterj plft- fiainis.dry or ground in oi) 'not otherwise provided from fourteen to tbiniy.fou/ounces Um square foot; 'Sec/'fi;, A'nclbe il further enacted. That (It shall -
tvro prt of the true value,at tbn port-where the (lint, silver, tin, or otber roetal, or of whidi eiOjejv for; papVr Hangings, and paper fyi. riins* on fire- sheathing medal; specimens, of natural history,' nnd.mayiibeJawfuli/or .that Cumsneitsb**

Mte may be.entered,upon which the duties should of those metals any other metal shall be the component I boards; paving stones; pavinjr! and roofing tiles mineralogy botany, trees shrubs,' 'plants' Rod General,Land.OH ce to order into market, at rjoa .

ke ass.'sed. And it shill DAI be duty of the col. material of'chief value; mHnbfactures of and 'bricks; pianletiur hulled barley; periodicals roots,, pot ether wise provided/or.weariog-apparel, n >t ke, without the formnliiy and expense-nf it pr** -
kct r within whose district the same may be im. cotton finen, silk,wool, or worsted, embroider and orherworks in thm ctatrs. ciprinting! and rcpuabll in actual ue, other personal Deflect* not merchandise da ma tion of the Preidenti lands of the second p
ported or entered .to eautc the dutiable value of ed or tamboured J the loomor other wise,,by ma atiofl in the Unhe I Stat! ;, pine appl41iitch professional l ook*, implementsinstrurr.rnt class.though heretofore unproclaicird.and oeoffericd .5

such imports be appraised, estimated, and as chin.eryk With ibs needle or other pine /narKafacfures' ; 1ihantaina; plaster of Psri whin 'grouad; and tools of trade, occupation, or employ- ;nnd such otber hhlaleti or dfconn>cte.( tractsor

certainiIhcwranceth the. provisions of x* ,articles vessels, and, wares of glass, orof / plumb.gu |iuri potausimmI Puss1a blue, ,u1mp. merit, of perioos arriving la the United Stalest- nnrreU of unofiered? lanrfs; whlci lo' tjisja t- -
i'ling law; and if the appraised value thereof 'wlivch glais shaifbe a component rnaterialtototberwisio kini putts' ; quicksilver quills; red chalky rhubarb,: Provided That jhi* .ezemptonsbaIt*not" be.coo/* ment.if would be proper,to exr oae tqsaloiolikek -
shall$exceed by ten per centum t>r more the value for manufacture''and articles -> -Jt other article* imported
nt'feast
provided ; rice, or pa4uI : roll brttonIrnan cement. .- .; rye strucien to Include machinery or mannerrt Provided, That public notice of
declared on the,entry, then, .addition. tojis'- oCktther.orof hith\eather shall be bcompo antlrjeflour' !,adalr,,, mmon.linn-1 1a4i': IW/use'in any msnofacturingfstablUhmenr, thtty.ray hMbgiveitbjtbe} land officer of the

duties Imposed by law on the same, there shall be nnt "P.u)- B9l !q3trwi11<- prpyideJ iop'mamiaxi/ phheasnfwon'ic if'ron cake.sas< ; 1a1 *odi4dtill'olJiIai3i1)PAdI or for sale. .,., ; D *tricHf which such lands may'be situated, purautfnVtoi .
levied,collected, and pai!, a duty of twenty;per tunes and arUclesormarblei'marhie'paving' ifleV, ,i, ay whaiov' -(AppWed. July? 30i 18G hd directions of Irte Corn mimsionir' afore* -
centum ad valorem$ on such appraised valued-Pro*. and allbther laarble In manufacture .'; :
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more ,1n.1etkt ,mheririseiprovicled'' 'forisem .aJiip -. : J* said j # -' I JOHNW.DAYLs, ,* -- -
vided, nevertheless That under no circumstances thanin lobs br block in IhVrnugb; mantifacW Kochcljej, ajnd all] other' salts- and, 'CHAP,75.-An Ac to, exempt coffee, imported Speaker- of the Houae offlepreeniatives. '
ball the duty be attested upon an amount less fpP 't0l' fmh ckppfr is ia.componrnimatanal preparat'on plapb*,of .ata. nptother' i e provided for;, fromtljf Netherlands from duty certain cases .> f :: r-s > 'G; M. DLtASY4' -

than the invoice value, any law of Congress ta the !,not otberwUe provided for;manufacture, ,aVsaj'arilla1sepiflY' shaddock's; .sfieathinr p pi'r. and (("or other purposes; .;', > ** /*. :< hSK Vice President of the United States tt; :

contrary notwithstanding. articles, aos! aires of papier mache; manufacture skin,'tanned:aiid aresled, of nil kind if ski tislifII Be enacted by the Seaatoand House and President of the Senate,

Sec. 9. And be it further enacttd, That the defmirs of wood? or of which wood Is a component pert,' kind*, hot; otherwise providedTor pencils:' of Rep'resAntAtivet of any collector' naval offieer., or surveyor, hot oiherwiM. pravtdad for/manwfactures of-wool, it- _fl4 sapfrs. : -.,.Afm ; Congress'assembled, That from and after, ? JAMES K. POLK.i
lea in
*_ itl' e clerks employed by any collector, pavajWr. or nfwhi'ch, ppolkshall bt lWr4flnponeui1 mM njal lnrpenIn sponFe .junk qiisfl ; starch; hear1Iui'canakbtl the hi.ct, i e 'e, the production or J:5- : -- I; Srs1rtother'Xzagara.A
surveyor; .'appraiser, who'ar nottyea.*] pchif valuer not'otherwise provided .frme4iei.' n nthcniie pr 'i.l.d pa.sageo fihacttois or dependencies of the N catzraet'bO ; .
;
growih
tiag Uw required be sworn, shall, before.n ., pit! preparatioos, not otherwise pro'id for; metallic fMItereoLype plmiie still bottothitulphaer rhinian4ImpqfleZ loin he Uniied States' from
<.niL upon their Wspectiva dutie*, or,if already pen ; mineral waters molasses: mviUt*, rifles d+ or ,,fir4; sufph3te of quinine; Ue Neiherland-, either la Dutch or African ve*. been discoveied onrtheikeSt..L rQi, :

"Vl sell, -- T 3 -4'S -" -
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: *( and suktih.n oath or armatu n/M>tH; f-.r; ocbre 4 and oclirey esrth ,ti,e l in the com, in.tMl ,*ypesnew ot old; vs nllJa of the act approval tjwjtMrtiethf!41f r ty j*; f Lake: Supcnorj'r"T: : : wMchhta sever .

*|j and diligentiy lo perform such duties, and.to poskLonofpamters'colora. wbetlier dry or ground beans canlignhit rrIet Inthe'pkc.composed eighteen; bundml ..d'forty.two, *ntil* l I-A. act been described reiograplieri *It f* :
h1thir l lest endeavors to prevent and '.Hetpet*' In oil; oilcloth' every rfpscriptjon, of whatever whoUyf toti vktei iii W fleCcbmjSPd ocohton' -; ,, and/% 9"aHOf -ya Jli!.*'*- 'v- .' t A_ '
;
the revenue of the'llniied Slate*;,which, muti'nisl i1..ot1t; ; and silk, but oft Which coAizi'isb* eompnvJuverpiUlion : ) ext.t4fe J dud om- Mi&tobe '

r affirmation shall b. adminiderfd by.ih* pressed.tflflOtmthrriseprLvidetl foflvr oil, ; Z tn.d1I41 '--Vfind fO 'forroifrrp'urposes jirtI;' consIstent' The voJurnewatervery grcaf, a4 '

..flIrtor of the f .rt pr district where ifo aJd tfeicWUmsy In..CIiIkJgO, lphiisl4IrPEpa : *14 Qfor.irb bwrewiibtp Jsfee Htrene>lfdvn % K '
?! |M employwl! an<| .4l| bc1 ; : Ihha 's mli4 : lWItfhPaGted, IartIo 5.' hondred andfiftTy

.? tobeprescnl ed by. ihe Secretary, of the rr.u4flth3uIniafl,4tny,dr* r1ipbant'it fihe'Trnstry be. 1n4 bijt"r b1 1' -j: *?
-! *,f ; ,-. ) olbel crt tary f 44 pay,out of anmoneIa -
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T$ of ( ; plr, cjveJip $ entitled, if Ih4 uqt wefLpNerYi1d *
r qtlwrp.r.on ruarHfiVd with jhe wavy scHvuY4s4rilt* ;Iitlme &S or. 4 ;
h.li: leie4 ehitgihwaroI & I oeft'4'
iie4 Staies/shall, under ; paimefltppr_ 1 '
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I,ip vesiu'l pfth. UnitSteaIJ -potatoes s1'Iminiaufoii qm S -
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'J ; notes, &c.,,saTeiroBavthehis bun1ngof For. Representative to Congr i. -*i tged .j il :H, "i maki gui 'aoJtlraery from !*. !k. vl._ wellgroveso1$1m 'k 'ait1;, i :.

own store., "Etttorvas, ,. .. immediately Raja,.12.- Cabefl, I I which thi farmers of Florida could obtain : treei IIId: Wa
For S .Fairbanks'14. i a supply of tropical tn-eIIIUI plants
arrested, and, :after an examination nator.' eltaJylJeate'.JR1tt11a': .tIIij ".
.' For 'Asembtymani] '" D. Ward and thus convert --their uncultivated I be veryceiif.rta. This
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.-.....". ', =' ,-heldto'baiIinthC sum-of $2000.,1'he.blow.Which wilds into gardens .as )luxuriant and I ever, will scarcely hold hN.

.,....... ;:. ELECTletf'RBTITM" ) ,Mr. MILL** received, :11. Ossian.B.Hart.. 3. beautiful those which ,now form the ty'persons, a&4 I'BOIMTOtensive rac e .. '

.. 1846' .. : 1815.j 0'J :was., i intended, for, his side,,- but.fortunately 'principal charm. of the West India Islands for the. parpose. '
Rain: ; ,Cabell. 'Biockfnbrough... c.be1LDnal. EAST !t FLORIDA AS,.A BESIBBHCB_ *
J -. 201 20 183' '176 "struck:his armwhich.: ic'.wounded f ; 'Deselecting a suitable site for raerousapnlicatKHw for 5o7 "' ,

SL John'. 168'i inJ5 '.07* Vest, INVALIDS. a' bOarding'house would) offer a,pleasant coming Winter, show that :
slightly He has now .nearly recovcred. -, .. tlle'lIt"
Nusaa, '65 '1' ) )00 26I : The following interesting communication retreat for invalids j during; the. winter of the invalid ':
|i.
commuaity .
S Oranp.tJ Ma on, no 110''26 !,;: .: .0:o 15 9 | ., V which i we'take from,the ,N. Y. The: journey to the WelL, 'Indiesis Florida ia a very increa!* t.fIt(Ii;

'$Cotumbia&ntRos.6 2.52? ''213 103 2$3 162Atachus. 135 THE WE&TnEE.-Puring. lastweek Com.. Advertiser, .refers to a project too dangerous and tedious, and the With respect to ,die.t, ex -:.

1M 95 '1102T2' .' 74, we' 'have certainly enjoyed ,the which has, been'for some time i in .contemplation privations and expense 'to which those recreation, cattle and poultry. ...
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Mathion. 150 177 U!, .' 133 who, visit them are subjected,are too raised in the greatest
h 'VakaUa, 67 .88 '17 80 '.most'delicious weather, be found in and which we trust will great "ever to render them' places of Deers, turkies, patridges'ban....:.....
306 &e.
k Leon.ZIc.ambi. 253.67 134"340 '" ,3S' 152 the world.. At ,midday, the'thermometer 'speedily be carried, into effect. ,Every general resort'for that class of travel, plentiful in the vicinity! that, a., ..;;.

Gadtde,- 220 ,:290 221 ,274 increases the number of favorable Jers. bunter ,could
.Tackon. 98 318 '83 : 294 rises i at,the least to 75. The nights year easily supply a taW :
Walton. 96, 221 65', 178. i are as warm as.in summer, while the air testimonials as to the benefit derived by There are_ ,also other objections of fifty persons. Canvass back do.... tt 1

B HiIJ.boro'nLnn.71 93 27 29 .; F3 Cl. t ..3.1Franklin. 1.I I is laden with the perfume of the,,night, invalids afflicted with pulmonary,dis- still.climate greater weight, the insalubrity accessible islands of ,fine fish are abundant in the' lj =',
.'.1,91 39 I the o! the most when is added to these, the .
t 8 S6 : 20 blooming jesamine. 'Oranges are 'arriving ceases from a resid nce in East Florida of their ? .,.i
Calboaa, 106 39 30 I ,, and the 'too great' heat vegetables which can be raised thn
'Vaibing'n.93 64 ;80 .t 183 13 'by steamboat loads from the up during the winter. Moreover the i winter months. After a residence of.six out'the .winter, there, can be
.J Jeferson 236 141 ;, 208 a* ...
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HamiI on,119 103 .' '" 99 59 per.St. Johns. The invalids who crowd' advantage to be, gained by having consecutive winters under che tropics, that. the invalid will suffer, 'j' 'pj .:
Dade 12 O. 14' 11 select ... .
'I have been' aisle to only-one ,
hotels botanical for the cultivation of
our experience with astonishment garden ; diet.For
2h ,
St. Lucie, 12 ,
10., small locality in the Island of Cuba fit exercise.. and j
6. jccreatiornies
0' LeY1 Manroe,125 11 21, } 120> : 73. the .mildness of the climate, and those:tropical'plants which can live,the for, pulmonary diseases, and that one cf"the .the.i:'"
Z! country Rre'
'- .: benefit round,in Florida alone of-all the' I 'nameftVt....
; 2885 ,2978. :. '4 ";,(f'''q:. are ,sensibly deriving from their year not-entirely free from objections. The F easily obtained, the woods are o to

883, ..-"!. <..''''t n :' visit. HowdifTerent: thisfromthe he', United States,. has long' been presented smaller Islands, Santa 'Cruz, Curacoa,F all (or hunting'and the lake ro ____
.r Cabcll' .lnj. --93 snow and coal stoves.of the North Our by vqrious'Northern Jou/nals In the Key: West .on'd'Indian. 'Kef, do not offera and rowing.

.: very exchanges have an air of frigidity, 'following)( communication, it will' 'be shelter from the pernicious atmosphere It is m this pan of Florida, m the ,.
ADVERTISERS. that overhangs along the bordersof of Lake
ItOTICK TO vinity.
George
or Lake
I it, is unite the Mat
about them. : perceived proposed
;
As we find,it almost an impossibility the sea. roe, ..that'an., establishment,forJnfaJJI
... 'F two objects, ,and to form .a salubrious situation be '
company Could.R could
selected be conducted proiitablira3
F to ,collect.. money: for legal advertise NOT YET.-The Savannah Republican most .
r shall establish in East, Swhich a in Florida, far-enough inland to. a botanic garden most advanta J ji 99

I meats after they have, been published, i in..the midst of'a grand jubilate botanical garden .in. connection, with V a be out of' the influence'of, 'that atmosphere established. Sulphur' 'and cha1yb 2
we must beg leave in future to insist the late elections ,claims Florida for do
its climate
I hotel; While ,we agree with !Mr. PAB- own being dry, I springs for invalids are abundant.a&Jt
I upon our terms, and'to decline any Mr.CABELL by 300 majority! The Sentinel' not hesitate to predict that ,with suitable suitnbfe"soil for a garden can wit
In.'the .
SONS vast advantage to be: derived
\vhict. ) are not accompanied by the cash. claim, nas'been dwindleddown, to accommodations for invalids they difficulty be obtained.
:fr< m this, if carried into effect, yet would flock to it from all parts of 'otft The garden feould be
By looking af our terms on the first 116, and. it,,vii.! be impossible to obtain established'n
I the'som besent'canI I ,we b<,g leave to differ from him upon widely extended country. The high, a, comparative trifling expense, by: "j tW
to
,, that.A .
page, necessary' even one or two points. He says, "Decided sandy, pine' region of the state, about; adoption of a system of propagation
be ascertained, and the trouble! and expense or not much below St. is
with
QUESTION.-How .is it that all the ly the best built and most confortable I Augustine, exchange thebotanic gardew tf
of devoting our.columns to the I the latitude which'ust present many Europe,Algiers and Cuba. .-
S thankless task of publishing notices for Northern: papers are rejoicing at Mr. CA- house1 in Floi'ida.is that of Mnj. TAYLOR, pr persites for;' a hotel. The existence, of such a garden tftajj,

.. nbthing,,can be obviated. Sheriff's and BELI S election as.an* _instance of a tri on Like Monroe." We apprehend From my own experience and observations make the locality additionally aUjt.'

umph of the high Tariff that the writer must either have 'confined I: am inclined to believe that a. tive to invalids and others who fo
Masters in Chancery's. sales, are of may:
When Mr., CABELL stumped it around his visit to Enterprise, or muat region occasionally visited with cold desirous let escape our cold weaiher
course not included in the above rule, ; sufficient to require woolen clothing is and the .
East Florida did i he claim for the designedly: do injustice to. other towns person or company that.
lay
,
which hereafter will)) be rigidly enforced. the best suited by its bracing effects barks in the enterprise can scarce!
fig
in'Eait Horida. :With all due deference ;
office of the -
In order to render our hargesfor advertising Representative 'on ground for consunptives; especially ; the heat to reap larger profits than are obtai'"

more'generally acceptable, we of his, high Tariff' principles. On, the ;to Maj JAYLO&'L blisbment, in the mote Southern parts is too debilitating by any hotel at the North-for i if prb.

reduce them to contrary, he led them to believe that he there:are hotels equal to i it in every rcs: aijd they are moreover not 'entirely erly conducted, the numerous v isitort.I .
have concluded to one, '
( was opposed to unreasonable protection. pectas: far as comfort and board is concerned free from malaria even during the I will be more permanent, and the eeiparatively'
dollar per square for:the first insertion, winter. I earnestly hope that the plan .
triflingeot of food ttae
The Abolition' claim himas both in Jacksonville and St. An
Whigs now ,
xnftjifty cents.for.each subsequent one,in. proposed tjo form company, as referred saves a large portion of the expenfe(
their own, and struggle as he will, gustine. Moreover the banks of the to [ itchell meet with Northern '
: xascs where the advertisement is i two. byjr.jM may encouragement bqtels. And avery desn&!
:' ..squares or more, and is to be publishedfor he is now bound to them hand and,foot river,near and around Enterprise :were and not,await the support feature in this locality is that it eanb

three months upwards. This reduction by ,the ties of party. Unhappy Flori. visited during ,the last hummer ,with of the general Government in the com- reached by week's: journey hy t w

or da! Unhappy.Representative! virulent: congestive fever; while not a mencemeit. Under one or two efficient boat and railroad the whole/oale,'.wandt -
third
of at least one ofthe ex' occurred along the river ,this agdnts'a pro'fitable'investment .and without the dangers aaddii-.
case
penseofpublisbinglongadyertjsements, SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY.-The on could .be made and success, would becertain. comforts of a sea'voyage. '

: vill we trust be some. compensation for next' General Assembly of the State of side of that place In 'regard.to the Being convinced chat this enterprise

4 our insisting' 4 upon- being paid. in ad Florida will] stand'as follows: selection CC-a situation, nearly the same I am; dear sir, would pay, I should be ,much ,pTi tea

.. ,' ". -. Dem. climate. exists from Jacksonville. to ..Enterprise Very respectfully, to see it, taken up by these'\vbo wo Ll..
t vance.COURTS Whigs., and as tropical plants thrive Your obd't. servant, embark in it with the interest and etergy -'
: IN EAST FLORIDA.-:The Courts Senate, 7' 12. F., WURDEMANN, M.D. requisite for success. It would lie
weir here the J latter the
as as at place
; ,
House of Rep.. 17 22 highly! gratifying as an i nport2ntatLtahorticultural
in the various counties of East Florida
convenient of Jacksonvillemust
position There can be no question that the establishment improvement, arid as rat-
p will:be held this ,fall at the following SECOND. LEGISL.4TURE.-The next 'present great ,advantages as ,a location ,of such'a garden would be king available in our own country healtfc-

: ", times and places. General Assembly of tht State of FloriI I for the garden. Wherever it be highly beneficial to this country as the ful resorts,whose natural advantac'

In DOVAL County, at Jacksonville on da,, meets at Tallahassee on Mondaythe situated on the St. Johns, it.will go far, means of .introducing ,and acclimating render them in no degree inferior to the

Monday the 'twenty 'third day of No- tventy'third day November inst. ma'ny"vnluabJe products, ,which are now old established resorts Cor'invalid ia;;
carried enegetically into effect,' towards 1 comparatively unknown here.' The climate the old world. 41

rember. THE NEW LOAN.The Secretary oftheTreaeury ,promoting the rapid settlement,of of Honda is'much more tropicalthan S. B PARSONS;

t .. In ;NASSAU County, at the .Court has issued proposals for: a East Florida, and, by the union of capital that of Naples,'and in the beautiful Flushing, 10th month, 6th, 1846.

house,'. on,; Wednesday, the eighteenth new loan,of five millions ,of dollars'at' 6 and taste, ,an ,elysium might be gardens about the latter.city,.particular
J ly in that of ihe Countess Camalduli I [FOR TBENEWS.] "'
# day of November. peer cent interest,. redeemable in.1857. formed:which would draw throngs from have seen growing with,the utmost lux, I perceive in the Sentinel of the 27th j
1 Jn St. JOHN'S County, at St. Augustine :
.. all portionsofthe'Uniled States... .. uriance and
a splendor 9 foliage, trees, ult. notice of the Noise"
'e on Tuesday the second day of November THANKSGIVING DAY.-In' anpther ,column "During short,. residence !in 1 Florida, and'plants, whose,native ,"oilVas originally heard a "Strange u
at Tallahassee other
will be found the proclamationof .the last 'winter, I was much i impressed China, Japan or the, Islands of: pJaetf

:: In COLUMBIA County, at Alligator, Gov. MOSELEY appointiug Thursday with the adaptation of ,the climate to the Pacific. A. collection of similar I in. its vicinity on the 23d, resembling

on. Monday the twenty eighth' day of the 26th inst., a day of'public Thanksgiving diseases of a pulmonary nature, and value, and of greater* exteqt would be an I distant thunder, and the inquiry isffl&aVf'
throughout this State. with its'peculiar facilities, for the :establishment acquisition to this country and a source "shall we hear more of tbisfrom oth.'
.
; December.In of a botanic garden, and for of great attraction' to strangers from quarters 1" 1 am unable togneiffljii'

a : ALACHUA County,,at Newnansville DEATH OF ME., JEN1CI .-We, observe the introduction arid acclimation va. abroad. 'The object can be' attained in formation nit
; on Monday. the,twenty first day of December. by: the Tallahassee. that rious trees and plants .that.will not bear two ways, either Legislative J efl'ortor. as to the noise on the'23d ,
a .' papers, .the 'rigors of Northern Winters. ,by individual enterprise., but happening to be on the river (ro'A. $

I .In" MABION< County, at Ocala'on. Tues l\lr.'RowLAND', W. JENKINS, of the firm Soon .after my ,return, meeting with Those who have any knowledge of M. until day 'light on the 25tb,I e*:
ofJenkins& Pettes, of St. l\farks'died Dr. Mitchell, of Portland, who has resided ''
describe
of December the former, know its 'Unc rtaisinature: [ both what I saw and heaii
,
day. the fifteenth day at the latter second inst. some at the South I mentioned ,
rjlace on the :- years and to obtain by the latter there must Frequently ,repeated flashes of ligK
Mr. JENKINS native of to 'him to correspond on the subject be '
:SPE l.AL TERMS-Tile Floridian contains WitS' a Hudson associated some, other object
with of his as'n and a rumbling explosive sound rest*
a a somewhat extended.. opinion of N. :Y,.,..and, is lamented: by a large circle South some who, feel an interest acquaintance these at mat the source,in of revenue.the This object is' presented bling distant thunder or cannona<&f

: ; < Judge ,BALTZELL,on the,argument made friends.: His disease was malig' : ters. As a result of his 'efforts.'he Jias pulmonary'adaptation diseases ,and of of the its climateto attracted my attention. This I'thoflffct,

by. Counsel for the "prisoners, HOLLO- nant.Bilious Fever,,terminating.in Congestive I forwarded me.the accompanying'letter, sulphur springs to rheumatic"and warm cuta strange, as when I ]left my house I si

: ; 1 M NLNandOtherS, as to the power,of ,the fever << : which'you may deem of sufficient. i interest neous'affections. The beneficial nature ced that the Thermometer stood'at 'Wi

i Court hold an extra term It. _. : ,$p your.,readers ,for publication.- of the,climate is the! consideration .
-- ; .ap-* 'I THE N. O. WEEKLY. DELTA. This wrheriaweH: known as one.of the a temperature rather low for thadW
this
,
: pears .that,the,. Counsel took technicalobjections capital. pap r.is enlarged! and are, 1 first physicians :of Charleston, whose on scarcely jess point'.importance, and of secondary is the but The sky was clear, the stars were

... -. on the,ground th'at:there. : 'wasRoauthority gratified ,to. perceive. ;'this ,evidence.. of' state"of health.has. compelled him:to:resort of obtaining requisite diet exercise facility ;ing bright and while gazing, _.It
,
-. ', W: ; by, law for_.-holding' the 'its p.i a.sperity. It- is worthy 1 and we to various. climates, for relief., The arid recreation for in'llid's.Vhb res- observed what might be the, ciM

.extr '.term. Th reply of.ihe"Judge, imagine'successful I"of'the famed result of his experience has'beenembo.died.iu ptct to the firsttheclimateof Floridais the of "Y" (
v n'jvork of much .value,.'entitled' flashes light, to wit L :
..their; is able and perhapi'suior'to '
profound that of
argument. Picayune ". .. ... ."Notes"on Cuba." known' : a l'o'th meteors, or falling ,stars. I cs Ji ,
I places of resort if
The whole. law upon'the suhjectisre-j ws except .
.
THB THIRTIETH ... PORTLAND, Sept.26, 1846.. Madeira which .distant perceive'that the reports i.""""
if. ONGBESS.- ; The :, expensive
: '
Tjewed and the former decision of-the Mr. ,.PMS0nSDear '
Union :> and in'.a .degree inaccessible succeeded the. flashes of )1ight' b % {
;;, Court. .sustained'. 1 in the most dignified! Washington the r. : ," publishes! tableof, Sir'-Please'insert this highly the United States. I It, has been' : from]lot lecurreHce of both wascompanion freque- :
my .
probable composition of the next interesting communication Professor -t
;
; The stand taken "the 'last-ten'
manner. by Judge within as'to vi .
irdi' islandsof :
1 M
o.ana Congress, of 'which wo mike'the following .' Wurdemann in,the.columns. of the-city 'y informed me that !'
BALTZELL,.against, technical. objections. S.t. Tb, m..ns, 'St. ,CrdJx, Porto
: abstract ,* papers. Interested as we.are, such sentiments Rico Jamaica noticed* the' tame phenoaieo, "J
: Hayti, .Cuba .
'will receive the.approbation and
;
.feeble. quibbles, ,' .should not be .withheld '(rqm.tthe of Venezuela parts midnight,'Jind they continued:Q, iI
Jj;
? .a' ( ,. nd in neither' ) J'
-
o(all classes of the commu ?, 1 .D.eix. Whig.: public substantial of these to] *:
as'they :tru hs'eon'nected *
calfti *
s in and the **
nor light noise .
F theSouth; of France throagho ;
elected r
Already 42v ;* '"" or ,
< 37
'
.
,; with the '
,most ,scientific
.. investigations '
:have I '
nity. > Italy, found ,
climate which appeared day at intervals of '
i longer pr
Estimatedi. 82 69'1 and and I
experience
-
-"' -i _. ., ....' 'tr stvill' so beneficial
: f-/ 't' aaahat
< '
S AjM ( n .i of Florida '
., THEFIRE INALUG&TOE.-In. our ]last t"FL ,:"., >, ; ', .s-.-. ":_. :< it \\ awaken;'the attention of,your enterprising the last Winter duration., I was told by '0lb w"' ,
h 4- \ ... ............,..'. .' ,., }. .! -' :citizens, to.this'highly ,, although '.the cold 'was similar observe? *!*,
.. .number we occasion' to:notice the i'i2, TI06 importantsubject. ,. at that time : appearance was :
.
unprecedented in
I ,. ..,. .,.. M 4'.,_, "- .: ., that
::, i fire of the Court H s. ,.' -', *, c9un ry. evening previous the' 4tbfldatthatjimewuscleafalso. '"
deeuactionby. .. \ UAe', > ,'" ,t -.j.t M ', 106"'... .': ". F ,
t': '. tl-i* ,.',/. Very, respectfully, The ,Winter the ) Th '
; of Columbia; County at "A)lUgator,' qh : !JJt.I ** "w | : Yoob't.serv't; '. previous thermome -

the'.1st iht.,'and' ihe reiobi'iur; ir g Dem. maj inH..ofRspi f! iS', ... ( A, MITCHELL .Itf.'P. ter varied but little from 60 iVihe'mor was beard, at' St.Augustine _
'
: wa1 *tA fT&if *: : ., .. ',( : fling 1 ad$>. # noon-i : .Wth this de- *.
\
| b' .
't '- ._ r.r. k .
:
!
:1 otthe sore of,Mr. G. D,gmunJiotfior J '<(;< ." s. CLAKKSVILLK, Sejn.9th., 1846. lightrnlelime! EJorJda' and wassuppoeel by some p' ;

S ;:. tbceccatwtroplj; easing i k'wiswpp0fiedftthe ? : ''.' *DADS> ft"'yf:CotmTrAA.' ,the'' (;latefelectidn-ii' '' e j :: .,Gen. : "D..L.. Cliach. > very,destitute: ,of, proper,.i is acco.: ,at prwent_: cl&. ,ute pas'::8t sea i by then: sbiI ..

: ,,work0fan; :JBceBdiaryV i "> We' in this,County,,,pr. 'WjtLUM FLETCHER,.. ;: pSjrLhe intention:of forming i ,tions.for invalids. The houses are bad; earthquakes: in .the Wet t,liaifie* fc3p:

: : JtaV WH f iewaeithatq ti e: e' i g (Dern.n 1ctedo: !the:net Gene._ a c company; :teferrwl'tQ'by,,AugustusJfyich'ell: yquF;orreapoadeat ly1'bout, air,is: admitted! through' eywy pei.. was also" heard at** 'newft'l* f BAlBM:r tin

,: ; ,. > .oftuei. t; and wbiIethe .Court. House. ra( 8ae1li. ).JY'rb.. ..: .'" '> : oJ :tab1JiI:1 a,lt boUni ftl. garden in Florida, jio.ei- crevice, and invalids ,often Mifee, at, the 'istenior'aml If tnere' _: ; :t
i' V-> ..... ',;- -, "t 'I'r.4" '" 4 Itf n'-.. ?......- ?>*:*-"d ..._.. "';r. ... j Ji'".rAssemblyJitely ': : ; night pa. ,thU.aeeowit FlerHl& :
r:; ,.Jt! Mt' 1. .'t.wa ; b d' ", ': O Ntni\Co\! ifTY. ..The 1 't-,J.' b r.-l."' r ::,torjlij,:purpose of: ,proMgating' '" tropical j l been, hitherto; little 4p.lce6, ( ha. take i ia datw Hetr...., it will"

i>. wi,< .,...' :W.MrYrE:, ....'J .. ; }.,.TJ- ka'. ::;..4.: : ..> -h"'j-1t''iAi; ; t-.r'eleeied''1.,:; :.. .jn..-.to1 tl415COflt;- {v. J'M ':,1'\::-. the p1aei.oaehlcn. ; : ., :'should' 'meet"with. ...iy: r :theredyoc: : e appIij re.ort,hers,,: 'a't2341 ,24th,..(t.:' .., ., ,,. .

.A.t '. I: 1i;',;.o:< W1i. (t.'p"r't1i il t : !' 't ', .'' *,. ?"support,, t Ji > soioaly iri f"l oftlie'atati tT aid.... ,there_ ,can:be Jutle",.HV4"%t h.,we W ":-'j'.:;.. ir or, cOf1lt, raWc'.t"f", ,...... : I
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. ed appeared to proceed froa".the: or pen dinr proceedings in the"ca&e. ,:aad. Ifi j' .,, w:$ to a forign d"s! i... sf GIIh, "J W daawa4.?trpSN", ::
the '
. East. 3. let the,colored man be set liberty." ( only dewacwtK *krktJ ef power.Ulat'of:: Webr.1 raltii-.' lt..fi1.rl'n., ; ; '"'..

5efttb. M MM.>>HM l MBM B BNM> B-BBOT MBWHBM> SVADKG ., > .Peansy1Va} aMi when tINt;,jf of.'*46 $ tOthIyTnjte \;> $ ...aM rft".P.u! Sqsaze.t ; '

f, Ur.-The following, which Gtm COTTON. :At:a late meeting bf w .oeatedfey: the .derowatie:.. 4id.befP4'AIto..Tr cay. .hhetteJrnWiiitit.aid: iopomneau"L _'. :' -h.; .
,
-a ie ".La,
GuarniCrpelc4 '
'eo J. ""dj etI for.Coagrrew these iiBt.iIl :a flN 0 ,
, take from the Richmond Whig, the British Scientific Association, some we$.. 'iI f'eder&I 1 .papit, the Washingtoa Union hd...I'J.Hinft, ..foJJowI.. -. .,
we Whig a ejected, viii j in:tfee3dfU; ,DOW1); 'etMrk: SM' ,.iii fa'iihei" I'addy.and ..., _".. Marbt1r ?:' ..'
the Southern press repOt Professor : Gea. : .\1' ,
of
.. 0rs that account was ghren ScHcewBEIN'S -: ;19th, JobMannj aad ,ia,. ,the2thD, liberal th5t Kearney" isa-,.raJ.aat. sad tb.irtbiM'.5 Harriet, 1'trfck and Diriah'; ,:', f"; "

... disposed to go all lengths with the gvx'ceftonj the recent invention Wilwot We, .lose six .aeers, ;wh% -. JanDDeOs.Gra ir' WWsM L..ir..V... "
.,
Abolitionists. 'We which is attracting much interest :.democratic,district : -' feS .aa..nd their ebJW eek..': .
where :
the
Ii Northern Whig end i .NEW. YORK. B. ,..PUTNAM : .
I united in ,the scientific world] and' 'which jf. ;:datet:were in favor af the .E.MOCRATS.VIIIGS" L. tI/fIit
.. ian soon see the whole South j jjj ; ianC( .2 "Itbk..aiJ.?tifl..... iE'5re all, Wig&t,. S..I'ANDERSON..Jeaf'Cuton.4., r .'.'
-- Democratic faith : its promise. be.- realized. .. will. producevast .. .. :or.' &rnodiQcatjonofthe; tariff( '4G.: Twir ttarr on'be willow 1 U hung.PASSENGERS. .N..rC.1846. 31 .,?s;s .
the changes in the social'and ,political. Nnt.t"JI.fl 1! q dJ lle" '('' 'iia*. rIrn. kyITght! nOTICE.' : ;
1 "The Boston Daily Whiz. is kind e- A full explanation' was prevented by A .young officer in the U. &. Artillery ... We'U t.lt wIil ."'! YftJII,."Yoluc&&.' P THE' Corarrnerilifp hefetofor** exWtin; oftir"' '

, rough to inform us that we may live to the fact that she professor .has .not writing to his parents in ,Baltimore, p dinh.idiy th.Grm'fMILLER&l HARDER i. 'bJ.'. ", *.

. kern that the discardal of abolitionists yet completed arrangements for a pa, says ortheMui 'army,,'as i$|" marched Grorje D mutualomtent.;'Miller alone% i. authorised MftJi" i &' S

t, fc but a poor Way to preserve the Whig tent. The substance is cotton prepared out of Monterey: ."The.soUiers. all Per.te mrr Santff.rrnrn Sua' n"h.NOT.Gib.I .- the"ti,, business said firm to .. :

party in the free States." It assures us in some way not yet explained. The bore evident marks. .of:Aztec.ancestry I'Mr*. Stfrh n.. Air.Ambkr,Mm. C. Mn.',Mrs (ip)' GEORGE- D"MILTXR. '-.'T. ..,

'.. Jhtt "there are too many to be thrown explosive force is double. at of,gunpowder 'while among the. whiter skinned officers Smi.b,.Mr.. S-nc)>rx*M) child,Mi. iVck.Mr:J. ISAAC P. liARUKEi"?** :.

oft": On the other hand, we tell that ,. yet no soil i! is left on ,fire arms there were said to be recognised several ., 'MM., J. Hrrnamliiz, M.'Gattman, S. Holmef,R.: -AUijator Fla.. Oct., 30; 1S4C. } _,f. ... : '. a1OTicE.

tJ paper that a coalition with the abolitionists after explosion. There I are.'.two ''quali ) deserters from our army"! !U! Puikamf'i.rranr, Df...AmhUr..'C. Mo. H. :N : .. "' ,./ '

will be the signal (or the dissolution ties pun-cotton. The first qualityin The same ,writer says: "The slight J'i'-fQl. C.jpi..K-IIogly? C; \\\ Dru-h. It,,. 'Pilw, LER,ALL&persons indobtcd to the late firm of MIL1' ": .'
in the est.\V.Qund here I .Dlt ; ARDEC, are mjvested!, tnaU 1m". .
of the Whig party .. smoke the might say, is :worse Jr..s n. diate
exploding causes no second 4 payment IH the und r.icM>dr.M 1.stasis '
. Southern State ; for decidedly as the but very little. Gun-powder explodes than a mortal) one, for the wound is soon P r IIt.umprV m. Gaston from Snvannnli N.!. lborize to settle daft Uinine** of sa>i firm and.U-all :

" Whites of the South may be opposed -. at 600 degrees of heat; gun- filled with,worms, and ia spite, of all ,9ih.-Mrm Durrttt and chMt! Mr. Dnt \J, MUt I. parsons having any denmnd* again Ia"firmf aria'aloo

to Locofocoism, they will not cotton at 4-00 degrees; and it may be exploded the physicians can,do, cannot, be kept C ul K S,',L.,.Bumtl, A.. II. Hannnl, Arclu Cilf,, fpr requested to'Ee.en, tbetn t. tl/f Ktidervijiied
payment. G. *
t I: for an instant -hesitate when they ] on gun-powder, without igniting clear'oE them. They exist. .in 'great J., VV.Moor, A;, F,, ,Grant .P. F..AlcMuIIin, Mr Alli-ator.Fla. Oct..30..J846. D.-ILLEIU *.'.'.

are compelled to choose between the latter I Several experiments followed. abundance" and of almost'every imaginable 'King, Mr. McNfilf. Col. Wn_hln ton. L, Hazl .

, cooperation, with that party or an alliance ) FIrst the explosion of a small quan-, species."* hart..W. Fort, Mr. Burr.:'A. J. Lane, L. s.Bn.cldng Levy County Sk rJIf.'s Sale. ,
sold the finit ,
on Mond
of fanatics and dis- 0' WILL ) January
with a band and C. C.. .
dear tity of gun-powder in order to show Speaking o( the Monterey Humphrey.Pcrtcnra 1847.) Mween tl. hums of 10 fc
& onionists. Whig principles are to the large amount, of smoke evolv d.- storming "Sable' (run Savannah No. J2.- 2 o'clock on did day.the South Wet Quarter JifJ-

them, but Southern rights are infinitely Then of a small lock of the.2d quality a letter in the Delta says, ''Worth's Miii Fetiil'oru' Mis Cram. Mr.Cram:Mr. IV1tibonr the UI West Qiinrter. .' ti"" 7, Townihip .
is be had been intended for the real lb', Run e 19. and the North Uet
7 and if victory only to or Principal Mc ." J. : Quarter of th.
BovUton, H.V..
dearer It flashed off Smi h.
Mill
gun-cotton. rapidly as t ,, North West
assault while Quarter of Section te. Town. *
with and Twigg's hipl6
achieved by a coalition Birney division J. Martin, E. F. Martin. F. Gain Clias.,, Rant
gun-powder, and but A very small quantity was intended Santon, 19. South and Eatl containing 80 acre, .r
I
to effect
merely
. his crew, they will! unhesitatingly prefer of smoke was perceptible, the pa- in his favor a diversion Jonp, J. M, Monnn.W. Morton.ShcrifPs. a* much aa will .ati.fy the taxes due on the sam *
defeat to the ignominy of such an which the made by a feigned (at- ._ for the present year. (184fi.) with alco" .and ex- .
association.1 per on experiment was' tack. But it so happened that Ihe fi;J Ise pene accruing for adverti; tlw same. Th**'
Sale.
being only slightly stained. The 1st attack led by :o1. Garland resultei in BY "iriue of n riht' fi. |f"i..urd om .fthe 'nljovr nnmed lands .,,ilutt..f In Levy C".,atynn'
quality exploded even more Circuit Withlncoorlm, II short di.arte..0..* the well i. _
gun-cotton
Gen Ampudia, (says the New Orleans being converted .into the principal one Court or the Katrm Circuit of FIor- known
called
place Fort !
Clinch ami owed l andk
rapidly, producing no smoke giving ida; fur the Du.ul. I
l Tropic,) has issued another proclamation colored flame. The whileWorth' division, although it ] er-, I lic! sale, in froM emmij-ol t>( th. C H will"xlln;||. *f" In rubI : claimed by Jnme Lynch, and bounded by U. S.
urt in .
out an orange ,experiment formed .n thu f. w i I laod .unless .
there .
Monte- h
since hi* retreat from everything in the most'gat int of Jaek onTillru.ail i' been land receatly purcha -*
,
"
CiHintym th) <*firntManilar
rev, calling upon the Mexicans to flock was receIved; with loud 'up- style met with ,comparatively 1 ttle in December twxt. bflwem ,h. ,J.:al hours of: "adjoining. Th, a'wtve lands will be sold attheConrt '
plause., Next was exhibited another peculiar .,1* that certain I Hooseof Levyrotinty. [E Danieri."J
to his standard to repel the invaders of opposition. on ilny n w rn mnl "Iaft'.allNI I W. .
D.
and remaikable propertyof the JOHN; taken in .rxpcnth.n! n! tlw of ANDREWS Sheriff _

their His soil.excuse, in the proclamation, for cotton. A portion of the gun'cottonwns New England Salutations.-"Good : Jp Wm.,..B.Gri RB.!iHm,*.,.'IU untMrV an execution property m favor of .October!nnd, 1846 Tax Collector' for Lrry tDun.,. ". *.'

steeped in water and then pressed between morning neighbor A-. how do .
and the surrender ;
defeat at Monterey, you THOS. LEDWITH. ,
Slieriffft c. '
do 'Dr. S Pnr .
sheets of 1" > fromSatnnnah
blotting to dry.- to-day < nff
is paper JarkDniLIp, Nov. 13 h-l84C. .
want ofmu7Iitio1l
ef the city to our troops, a DEN .Ga.. ":, -
The utter falsity of this Though itcould noj havcbeen thoroughly "W ill, I'm much cu one,' I thank.you; announce lu respectfully"heeiltieiiof .

statement is well known, for quantity dried when the heated wire was applied how is itvith you 1Vh" ," j JPBOCLAIrlATIOIV, J.ck.on..m.] anti vicinity that he will tperd a'f

of ammunition was found any at Monicrey to it, yet it flashed,immediately with no "\ ,.I'm pretty much the old ort, By IT. D. M08ELK1T.' coy; .r Florida.THE !I, few week at Mr. Woe.l's H<*t.*I, iA Jacksonville-,
!'tween where he is'pri-jmrfd to perfxrm. in lh bed >oti
smoke. The flash howeverwas three and ]
perceptible one how is .
after the capitulation. ; your woman innumerable bouin] r.f the hie
closing VMF manner,'all the vfcri'Mi* "prmtjnn- jtertainTn .
.
There had been affrays between the \ not' so instantaneous as when the I this morning 1 (, by the! People} of thin Smie.should nl'.It to his profession. Perw ; wihin his services;, *. ,

citizens of Monterey and .Texas Rangers cotton was perfectly ,dry. The last "Well, she's pretty'much wAy for ter, rr their' attention for a time fiom therr "QMI! 1u- will receive prompt attention by applying.... .'
resulted in the and most curious exhibition. was that of co 'sirferjn'; how's yournl""S4e's amen avocation, and i incline. thir f.nrta 'gratitudtj Alt-examinations"made will.-v.chargr. Satisfacvtii fJ
which first assassination .
to tf GIVJCR tie
or AH. Goon.' To rnd .
n fliven
nnd then the explosion of a 'piece'of the guncotton to be crawling, I thank therefore that the or curapenatioo required. All! op -|
of a Texas Volunteer you ; good People t.f tl.i* Slate mnyon ration warranted.Jacksonville JLJ a J
by way of revenge, in the killing of e- on' loose. gunpowder without igniting Good morning." one common orcaion *i nify their thank*,'encharrording ) ;Oct. 1C. if %lt:

5lexicans the comrades of the the powder. The experiment sic' i r -L T _r :, tn the (dictate of hi* nwn conscience, ,- ) .
kren by We learn fur all these blenMn t 10 1I..mrlv..1I nnd their FinT Dollars Howard '1'
:
by
ceeded perfectly, though in this case o gentleman (rom the .
.
flam. Gen. Taylor to prevent similar Seminole' that coiiutiy th Governor this Stain dorh hrrrbV I will! give Fifty Dollars Reward ...tb..
occurrences, had ordered an' efficient the cotton must be quite dry, for ifthe nation, Halteck Tus-tee- Appoint Tkrtday. the 2HA(; ;infant, to be ol>seirl 1 .rpn.l..n"jnn.ncl dt livPf"hm.l"orl IhS. I

guard to be distributed through the CH combustion is retaided the gunpowderwill nug-gee, Wild Cat, Octi-ar-chee, and .d l throughout ihia Sfatenyp.-operrrli'ioaa exercf4 t.,Jail of puvnl county ..r my negro, bay.POMP.ETf. .: '
explode. several] other Seminole chiefs,have pur- *, a* R hay of Public TJ ank<:i.ii;;g.Gi9rn who.ranaway from me a je'ar* }
ty.The chased a' lot of good and: out to undfr tKe hand of the Governor at .CO last July. .Said l>oy jj. black, shunt' five ft'.t..
health of the troops at Monterey gone .ul II. eight inches in height has mark Itia
trade with Jrun-aai.l. g1"11 wloieStntea-' a on r.n-bni. ..
the .Prairie [ S |
was much better than it had been Col. Fremont in California.This Indians-Ca- ,tit the Capitol', this; 2d November. which is scarred by the kick of a hwse-is atwentv (' .
ou the Rio Grande. gallant young officer is earning laurels, manches and others The, Seminoles A. D. 184G.' or twenty-one j rnr. old.-ai d ia intlanoI. : : .

The who had left far away from home. We have beforeus have good. crops,'.are quiet, and have By theGovernorf '\\\ 1). MOSELF.Y. $stnuer., FRANCIS S. ,HUDNALL.Jacksonville ,
Monterey
,
people been blessed with J. T. ARCHER, Sec. Stnte.Nov. Octohei J6ih, 1847.1 tf. .. I
about the time of the siege, were gradually a letter from Monterey, on, the Pacific an unusually healthy -. --7 13. -1RAf- __._ At. a : .
. returning. They bad begun to says the'editor of the Alexandria season. The 'Creek nation also continues PEWGOODSAt.Black Cotton Ginned. '1' .

exhibit friendly feelings towards the [Virginia) Gazette, containing the annexed very healthy.Van Buren.. JJrk. In. THE scribatin c ntf'q ence of the general
let, 3d. ,('ftf k and Claj Hill. ori""of the crops, has determined "lav.receive .
notice of his The.
i Americans interchanges of visits not operations. rF1HEsub orders fir *
rrespectfully informs bf..rrif'ftdl ginhin cotton at a rrduceslprice. : ,
being rare among both parties. l letter is, dated July. 20, .1846: Jlfore #' :JL and the public generally! that b. hntju received Hi.charge will) l>euh. ctI d a b.ICp. .
wI""loiO!. T"rremont's pariy arrived acre Troops The Philadelphia Inquirer ; hif'Fall and Winter Stork of Good. awl pound- M""lrc. Fernandez & Biib. will! receive.fl .

SANTA AXXA STILL ix MEXICO-Large yesterday, having:had some pretty hard learns. from a gentleman who has that they are well selected. for thin market andat cinton. consigned to' him at Jackson\iI! freetf* .
just returned from Washington that the prices that cannot,help tn unit f"Jrdla ".-*- charge. ami it will retRnHnl to them at that
Cotiribvtions far the support of thtJlrny. fighting with the Mexicans. ,and Indians. Government has determined Call and examine for your.elve .- .All ,kind. of pl"'wlll.o,. expense' to din owner. Orrfers ars'T'. .
.-By the Brig P. Soule, from Ha- They number about two hundred, and to issue a Country Proiluce will be taken in l'Ul'nftJt.t respectfully solicilrd. .' '*"

Tana, we have received our files of are the most daring and hardy; set of requisition for more troops, from. the Goods at the above place JOHN S. S A MM IS.Jacksonville .
States that have not yet furnished their DA RUN C, PRESCOTT Oct.'23,1D46.7t .
Mexican papers. The dates from the fellows I ever looked upon They are t .
The Black Creek. Nov 13.1846.Administrator's.
proportion. requisition' will be '
capitol are to the 26th September. splendid marksmen, and can plant a bul TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. rBYtvirtu \
made in the
\Ve find nothing in the latter num- let.in.an enemy's head with their hor- course of a few days.JJ Notice .*f the. pwwcr ve ul in'n e by law, 'JT

bers about the departure of Santa Anna ses, at a full gallop. They never thinkof SIX MONTHS after date. :.hall make appli- expose fur sale,before the Court House., ,
PopularM. C., -William R/John- |JO the/ Honorable Judge of Probate for door, In tlie city .Jacksonville, county of Duval,
towards Monterey. So far from bread but live meat'all
eating upon .. son,,democrn_ brother to RichardM. 'the County of Nasau. for a final) tlleroem' and on he 2nd Monday in April next. The followiagproperty : .
that, he was still in the capitol, mustering the, time. They never sleep.in a house, Johnson, ex-Vice President has been allo*ance of my account* and voucher n, Adminiitrator or so much tltereuf. .. "ill pay tM Stat.

his forces for the contemplated ex bat on, the ground, .with a' blanket elected to Congress from, Arkansas on ,th*! e.tate Willinm C O'Neill! hue Tax for 1845 nnd State ami County Tax Air lb.. .

pedition. around them, their sadde for, a pillow, "without of.aid county. ,letetiird and for a final iTiieharge year 184C' 10.000 acres of land un and about
opposition He received 16-, from my Administration. on nid e,u".. Trout Creek known as the Sibbald Tract; 1,001;
Senor Haro Tamariz had been and rifle their side. 1 'should liketo
y appointed a by 425 votes out of 16,526 polled.. 2 '\'ILLrAMVINGATE.If1m.r.. acres on Dunn'Creek.ltetonging' In tli"belts of Ds.
Minister of Finance in place of give you some minute account of 'Nov.-13. 184C. '6mSELISLAND fttingo Fernamlez 282 acres "mi ibo Sr. .Johns _I

Senor Gomez Farias. them, but the time will not admit." Threatened Revolution'in Germ River at a plaro called St. Joeph, and ownesl.' I
The Diario del Gobierno that "y.- COTTON I-r,AXTATf ON by the Etate of Water Smith, 232 acre on lhe.Sr. .
says, ; ReT Dr.Baird, than whom American FOR HALK. Johns River, called St. Joseph and owned
all the rich people of Mexico would do The Smithsonian .1nstitute.-One of has, of late had. more free access to thereat FTtHAT. well known,tract of Land, called BeJleJL by James Singleton; and adjoining th. last above'

veil in folio wing Santa Anna's exampecontriluting : the earliest departments opened of this ones of Europe, says in a recent vue; compri in/r more .than 700 .acre., and. mentioned Tract; 11,50 acres situated un San,-, ':
liberally towards the National Institute, it is understood will fetter: 4Pnhi4tinX i of Pejot Inland awl"U} conti uo i. It- pie Swamp near Nassau River, ')wnernnt known. -
of the wai-or else the mob I land*, and a tract adjoining on the main will be I THOS.ILEDWITH.6nrritr. D. C.
rapport be Museum of Historical Curiosities.The .
"The
a times are ominous of evil By A. \CRICUTON, D.Shcriff
great old at a great bargain. Thi* place i. pleasantly .
would go where they knew the money collection has already advanped to Jacksonville, Oct.9. 1346 .
in Germany. A storm is gathering ituaied nenr the mouth of St.John* River,-Florida. ..
ns and take it to the soldiers Who defended a considerable extent, and several, lead which will sweep overthe, country. t* remarkably! healthy and"'.ha. en it ufficient Columbia County SlicrilPs Sale.'
the country. Then itndds, that ing politicians and ,characters open land for n coniderahle' force a dwelling virtue of writ
public There is need, therefore that all that a: nfajias' execution, jwed4'
,
hon., ki .&-. erV IMHM.. mill houejiewni BY .
tbe had consented 16 overe
.
clergy mortgagetieir are in to manufacture themselves tl Circwit Court of Diivnl in.the' .
training can be 'done should_ be, to scatter the hou'e.. dec..Fnlly 200 rre.of high and.low hanvm county
ShettflTs of th State
that of Florida
property for $2,000,000 j the into,material for future preserva- seeds of Truth; for it alone .can save ck yi'.t' tn clear. For'term*,rrf t to HOLMES In me delivered, T, hate levied dirttetrd..atd and will sellat '
and citizens of Mexico itpoo
merchants wealthy : tion. The following items are alreadyon the horrors. a bloody revolution I Indeed &CO:.JarkannyiJI.! puHIw *,le, tft tlio highest bidder, in front of' '.

would deliver to the Government on the shelves : I think all continental Europe is JackinnvifleNnv.. 13. 3t the Court Ho.duur., in tin? T..wl of Alligator

the 25th September $500,000 for the.' A Yarn from the original Ball set in going'to 'be'shakra 'to' its centre -. AiI..tat.&ralrix'Notice on the first "Monday in Novemlier next hnweeal .V
purpose of the war ; that the same amount motion.by Gen. Jackson. very ia hereby given mall whom it may legal hours of sate on that day. the folfowin* des.._
would be delivered on the 5th before many years'pasi away;.but I NOTICE. that having revoked all powers ofattorneylirretoforeat cribed! property,to wit: Tlie 'North West half of-"
Dried Skin of the Bank Monster.A '
cannot for believing .'' S nih West of "
give you my, reasons anytime by me,Jftven aiAdminintratrix quarter .ectinn 21. r..n.hip4"t.
October and would
equal sums be' of British Gold foundin t. R.n 14 Sooth .
Sovereign to. onthee tntoof! Henry Barnard,Jr. and East. ALSO one hundred '
paid every month.; the pocket Bank-bought Whig. deceased I ,ahatl,bervnfiertran'art and superintend nad of sfoclr canle; I eri .d npon at ta i' '

Senor Gomez dela' Cortina had made A Mint.Drop'from Mr.,:Benton's,celebrated ) The'protection whigs 'attribute, the ,all! the.bqine of said e tate in..Jt"flOn.00 property of.John, C' PeJor,at the.ult of HockrrDin&on'n. &.-
. nit! Pelor.T '
. iim'self a loan of $50,000, without any re'.dection'oiMr.Wilmot in witbou. : rurtheripiky, 4 !
Julep. tocongr ss BARNARD. B; FITZPATRICK. Sheriff "* ,
.HENRIETTA.
conditions as to premium or time of reimbursement. The String of he. Log.. 'Cabin;Latch. Pennsylvania) :lo his California;, resolutions J. i.onfU..,Nov.6.. 1346.NassawCeunty < September 25ih lRlf ;-" .. .' ,'."'
.
that in. Had he been defeated it'would ti"Th. aiww ''
was never pulled Shcrifl's Sal sa u po'trnnec1bcnt ( '-:
The Expectador says there are yet have been entiz to hit :I parties from tli)*lira oqiIsrin1mLer, to Moa:5'
Ciuet of Vinegar made from .the,. ly.owing. ; support TfTTY virtue oftbt' power Averted in me by"law TJ3 : .
tome patriotic Mexicans.left, who will Hard, Cider of the' Tippecanoe Capaign. > of the tariff of 1846. : will expose for,sale at thetbor'the Coon ,day the seventh day. ef.cmLent., !.. ::
tot allow thejrj: untry to be ruined.by > .Ho M'of thfl County of Na.ao.on the fourth Monday N"y.6h. '. ,..ole' .; ,
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ft* eaemies.-Dtlta.o awarethatWiBdh.m Jannary 1847.between the hottni often and Executor's Sale.ON .;, ) $. .. -
A Hair from the Coon that, treedQt.4' Southernwhigsare'' BOW "
.WKS o'clock that day. thelaruls afCapt.RnTi.rtDay.
,twA the iar"11ofJllnl g .r1" next, tllft'S.ah ,' 7:
In 1 ** in: \ ;.Maine, "the 'whigs and .kitnat-d in said Connty of Naasancohitinf ... (> ,
TAe Slave C.e.-The N. Y. Journal will oK( >r for'sale at th'plantation of h'
i Commerce of 34-st QIt..P..At. The Pen with which Mr. Bentorr expanged -. abolitionists united and 'el tt dfluie1
says-, ,the'Reiol Lions. Rogers, a whig .abolli onist,- on thefirthtri.l. creek,or a,aofficieat portion ,thereof sat is. eeasd< called San Jo.*, about five mifes frora- .' aJackinnvileon ,.
"la ge Edmonds this raoruiag.gave his i .!* (t1. tawr,' due .tI.fOfPOn to the State Florida' ; the Ri.er St.J'dms. henSUowtnjf L
jecision in the case of the.alleged slave: The Buekleof the .White Hat/,worn together wiih the legal cbargr >fthi( .aft...neillae property? belonging; In the Ktatc Af said Kings-

rom Savannah which we shall publish) b'Ca* Elliot in Texas. eoata*>f.bi..dYriti.emftlt. Aroaont of taxei due icy that.pin say twenty one Sian'..Sophy,Xab/*

full on Monday 18.this decision : Specimen of the. Small, Potatoe Rot. Well, rav lad,,that t. email com"yoi1 .Six dollars. '. A. J. BRADDOCK Georcf PhCI'ip, Patty', Paul. In','. A an, Sally*"*
,aw .Hoeing/1 Ye1. said the' ,boy Sherifand Tax;.Collector. N.n.J; Sylv Adam. El '
; rChloe.
tit Honor decided that the law under presented !jby Governor Se ward ; -in. Nancy ,
,. :: :1 'The Wine Glass.out .of which Mr while,he'contina dhis,labor, "w. pknted NnYemhtG,1846. Joe, :.Amelia, Toby rat.!., Coml.'and>,
,
! Hiich the slave is sought to be detain Dick; Also! all ihe nut!**, horses cattle boats,'"
..1 .small coti' 4Bat looks "
Bailer drank*the health of the :1t. rathvryelloW.'t' HOLMES .&, CO: = .'
td is unconstitutional and void. He Young;: fiats C ru. waggons and "!I.ntlldori tools bejoeg;" .;
s.ereror 'ordered the colored.. to be atrooa.. Yes,. air; ye planted' tfeeyellp OLMES. '&CO., 1ia e o.ic1 $ng to said' plantation..tract ef Land con-*'

Mug of the,Yeast'that, -- kiBd, ,"-''.' tarae&tbe, J boy. Bui MESSRS.iick 'of .Mrrchandizi* to 'th larj e taming about 10 acres at St.JoW*Bluff witbtlw -
|.let at Ii herty. catlIN die iW,,' I.do $. believe yea j wiU' have were huUdini'fortnerfy occopted ilwf United States, 'improvemeiits ;, a tract of Land ratted. V '
The'colored 9aa had bwgbt aii'itit '. Of,Henry Cia,aid Ff Ili.,my" tkw.Wfa.:c p.'- **Ne,'sir;we :ffea-: kn Wft ai tlie Goyernnaent ftuMinp! .TVy have RiddyV Point i with the imprnvementi IberfWaS .. : V
the captain fetvill caused The Patch that repaired GOT.'Marcy's ted ,. 'sbar ". ..dJtto'r'tfcrtr' tocfel 1iy the 'l tB* rri; ali from i"Altoa' tr "rrADII 'alJrd Camp New }1dpi.e' .
to be illegally,arrested,. aad tbeni1o L. Breeches 4 upen i,* kllee4'tbeyofirster- :,_ Nw Y.Jc ( Worfmenl or.DandGro "the St.'Jth. Rfver. wihsL'1mr'a'enwats1)wr. ) .
,the colo- .aI'i_ etravelirra4ea. .. ., ._, .' ay.. a c Pritl. Hard.rrm'lon .&c'; &:, :..hieh.tJIf'a on; Also a tract of Land 'containing n"tN4 ascre
>* 1tr& gbt.Hit. ,agamt The Tewrr a m ;Lachrymatory/abed the .t-'r" f .ke :
,
,,,;E" -. L '- 4i fprepare frIO .11'itrrdutwJ prices ajtoate* on Ej.tTb. -fJ L George.
Itj Hjfcjenfor having Ktifejected him' toie : fey Mr. Van'.Bnren' *hen:'his Sue ..agswuMte13rable. Hw' "is*reng.lt .t* .: They are sow prewired' J.7p rehjM >.,Cottons' .,slaves will be *okf! w.famHfei if jHrtfcnW*/ f
pesaltles aftder tfec kws of "tt'- ... '. '21.2-lracfe ofeftrkx >f WH. amt'fceir pr iwa of.th*,Wtt i ;% Trrws.>f saK on*' haW''d Ji ":"
, >fi *f. '* Itt Market rate :an J'mnke ab advances on 'ceaveyance of the property..d iibs1n.psn) ,, .
C.gia wtf ,berd Slen : ; *
fei OB t the Jcck&s .
by secreting *.bresgfct 1L felaitt m.eTw&K. .: '
tiM3rproved ,
. : evar .. eini'nt tft.tlW';fflit s\i .a.d with two good and ..' I.* '
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Nptaiu's'vesseI. ,A :criminal tirmralsc bjr.; EHjett't e.C t ItMtie.; "* ierfetlieeie4rAis i afreet- -aewever: "hsrk.M'Iwjirnkq. e't j, .'- fot,r. by|heCot mh" r. I'r1pJadtfl'

11'Ld ,, been iswed'feyifce"Mmywtbe A pkee of ;Red' 'FJtBaeT-frW. tfci', ..- _iiL" .. ,':J-,Ie' ,! i'n .1M. ..:.": jl1W cd' clttl, nf; parable-K M tbPft dsrte wiltt iM -;.( '

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l T ttrtua of,two wtk*of Fi.ri Facial, eae,itta-' .' ,-. .ti .. # .' ','\.OJ .. .'-" W"'I I t WEBSTER < "J : TnI"hI.. .; ,,ansi. Suinnahs packet, 1ia.1'i t
.t .L tnt out Justice MiddletWf, Court,; tbs { J '1.tlt.. 'I."_ :n; siviNN..1lt 1.}ht. : r -jbe:.bo ,',.t..Jftk..f,'ib, ;si, ", Cml.M itad." J ael. ,iI";S'r.-.Je6
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: other.out of 11se Circuit Court CtM Extern Cit !. --S ...'-v.- ?tkY'-i- -I'- It. 1" ereiiter.cooveanca.an*** *1 ii"Jli Sr. Msjs. artHwicksa: .. ,
I cuk,of FJori
: *! ao FitbKc SeJe,:{ft frfiflt of.tbe Coart House, -' '..old, .on ruoftAtetrDs t ? 81 : > 4 -4 ubItUICIIK ;portion; of FlorKla' ;' solierti l! ':tL"'pauoaage\ of Ttoe? I ; pacbt,_
: i*.tk' city of. Jackson vlt&in aaid cooMy, on:the ".1 r 1 *"0 the Sottthemocountry.'S .. ;I 1iUhihcifltLflgtbt none-; iih may f at:hhD :wUI MATTHEWS P. Mc .

Irst Monday in November A* D.;1846, betweta 1 4: C"ul'D'f'ETE"..: .;,hVofAgncururalYnVLpIernmu !. .find anythlng rrqulisitetn tIr. OrnfItnqlfCtC1I. let.. h. been 1hor, ,bJ,
the.legal bourt of sale on'that day-All. that cer I BIT PTHDB PKESTOEWX! OFIE -r ; jBonslsttogbfSSdi' ren sizesan'd"IJSM Tie.b.phbiness. fJacksonvIUe-ks rruceetion baul. h.rfrktIaodcabn( ";pbumlt.ai14
taut,tract of land situate,lying and- being iD'the : ., Qrl'lon' !IS I "fiJCrfr i i ki d.JA .. \ ;f mihharhseireexe" ana it': ea.lneu oiac. sorI'Iy fu'rIihi'J ."(Ipaiated, 4 bet.

coaniy.f Dun on .and about the'West aide ofLittle. JIIJEDST4TES. : f lrace an4 Oc Chafr' n.ote't and. a "tahd11nflUteutcks ..: I, cess from any point have :always' secured'It tb
.Potsburg Creek and within the lines of a TN- pursuance of i v1iJAMESK.I I atent%and I rneracan*- Scythes., | bring |.V e ajvantagemis placein ( she, cannuroute. (14 'urpaai4 j Iap .boet.

Grant,known as Richard's Mill Grant, bounded a'l POLK, President of the -Vnited nel" ok.OiinJCraaf, Cir1t Sh lt rsmn. Eat Florida, for* the reort of invalids. cfarW Th'ibriS ._ !:fO"I. wjiJ r" '" a& t"It,:.. .

fallows: commencing at a post or stake, marked I States of Americado hereby declare and Cob tCrushers Portable French Burr rittMiUs t:wintersemtjon... Tor suchper ons.h-_pffV ,accommofiafiun < Thuir.t7 'n fI,tljtfr ... :.tfl. 'depsijj,.

with a cross, on the NQrth Weit corner of said i known th ;sales' '\vfll ,4Hond Corn,Aljlls,Straw,, \Cutters,Ox %okri : ., which! bMiopes \yiprove, accept--! 4l7 line 't' .'eam .fCborks!.. ich,
e Tract, and running from thence Ea.tnrdly.i"I- aad make public I. Patent Churns, Foot Cotton! GinsSaw. Gins"TatenlFan'MiMsknd '.b.fe. ".!'L'! meilical advice*, of the highest o('fertcan every, "n't. ."
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even-chains to a water Oak marked with cr"", be held, at the undermentioned' land Nails. be" 'commanded, 'In the town/.tt/.). ma1 'rely. A 1M'.,.tittnpll...'ill, blake" "
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.n the bank of aforesaid Creek ; from thence offices in the '?tate':,of FLORIDA. ,, at_ .'uutiiJ.or'tmrifVhtt. Lead. Colored1:Paints ;uponihe, moAt carefttlaltehiion. .,,. berque |line,,which' leave,. S.'lIIrtah" "*.*

.Southwardly.by the Creek sixty,chains to, a pine, the peri einafterdesignated, viz: and.Painter's.nrtlcjei, Sperm, Whale; Linseed and As vi itors from,trm.Notth have .ca1oniIIy derlajed Thun.lllynel Sat.irday fir New T,, 1?
T marked with a cross; from thence 'Westwardlysixty : CliltOr Oil.SpirUsTiirpentlnerVarnishes. ,Window (heir coming, under the impression; i that the amvalrof! the So Matthews(fnq nS .W
t chains to a pine, marked with' a cross? from At.the, land office at AUQUSTINE. Convmencing GJI\"'., Vn! &uh.. .' house wa* filled, tho, subscriber takes'.this opportunity Paiingerswiii, ..ir., bagagr. aill be-

t thence Northwardly sixty _chains to; the aforesaid on Monday, the twe/itj-th'trd day I of .Gun; ,Powdef.-5hor.Bar; f ,. cu..if1n Cops lta''lute such,' &future, that) in thnt casr, I bonnl of either. |h inef if! r111uinI. .'
November next, forth* di(po al of the public,lands .r..r.fRrV 'Ql1d"i PRINTING ho with corn. The above boat will
-L beginning pot or stake. Said tract of.Land containing Foolscap., I nJwaya'provitlA them temporarily I IIurtablesccnmmodatiwii follow,:' t "
V1 < three hundred and aevemy and 5-10ibs acre, within the undermentioned' townships. } and fracKonal PAPER ,IPRINTING nndVrlting INK.. in,th<* town. "- r..yt'. 1'flattuEyeryTiusrfay. ,%'.' r;,at'a" 'diet'
it: townships, to wit: : iind Tb.il. GARDEN OLIVERWOOD. Pknhtta 5\O .
conveyed to Fortune Richard,by James W. Bryant Carpenters Coopers Edge I ::1I .
r and HamsinR. Blanchnrd.by deed] ),bearing date I Sevlk of tht latE line and East fftki frincifalmeridiem SEKDS,,warranted', jrjiod as Shy' to IN: found; Jacksonville- Dec. ID,,J845'11. -. Bl.elcreek i" p-,,,,-i1Je'ksonjhle -_- ,."I ...
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December 26th. A. D.. 1845., Levied on and will "- ,1 Orders tbankfuljy.received i nnd_ promnUyed : ,"tten. -I -- c ; ii'. .""Lt. 12 .W '

.i k* sold to satisfy the above'mentioned two executieas Tnwaships'. twenty-three: ,and 'twenty-four of: 10. "f > .!. 1 FORWARD '& ALDRICH ( For fJt'Ij1t or pa.. ., apply to .pi)Ic.'ft
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.t one in favor of John Broward the other in range twenhy.fliflf.Fractinnltownshiptwenty. Savannah- ... ,'.Gn..., .,.June lOVo'. ,,:.$. 4 6..,. ." \ ATTORNEYS AND COUrfsELL013P AT 'zaw onfmord.. oto orlo J ,1. ..;,
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James 1VOOD&CfAcl1oL.
aver Armstrong. townships --- :
twentyone ,
THOS. LEDWITH, Sheriff D. C. tw ,nti-lwCt. and iwenty.thri'eanil fractional State of Florida. ". ., ''K5 \ViII rrnctic in the nevpratCourts of Law' t' : : .> A<.I..Suua'
A. TO 'ALL _TOMVHOM THESE PRESENTSi and Equity in:the' Eastern Circuit of Florida.WM. .NANDF..1.
By W. !
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CRICHTON. D. S.Jaftksnnvillev town.hip twenty-six rang*Thirty -- ',' IS .:\
SlACCOMF'GRT1NG.XTIIEREAS .'A. .'fIRW A .11..St"-Ausutine. -
October 2nd, 1846.CJ" Tuwnihip twenty-one, and. twenty-three,, of ) .,- Agents'Jici505". "
j :: The above sale is pottpopd by content of rang thirty-one. Philip R; Tongei surviving' Louis ALORICH, .Newnansville.LIVINGSTON :A. COY. -

I parties from t.h first Monday in November to I I Fractional to wnhip'twenty,'of-rnnc 'thirty wo. W. Kvcntnrof-,thn.La. ti Will and Testament .4 AJ" BIaek tftl

.; ) Monday the seventh day uf December ntxt.Nov. Town:.nip! twentv-thrco -and twenty-four1, of JohnFraser./docenifd, did, onthnthirjl day of & DOWNING, The'steamer S %RAH P4\LDINo.
6th. range thirty-three. July, Ai D.. 1846; in odiencr! -to _an order at, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.. in, ronnwiinii! with) ;hi* boat tu ElUerpi..
4ha Township twenty-one. the west half of township Ch.inbrll(1h/ ( Ju
Sheriff's Sale. twenty-four townships t"'enly..fiv'onI1..ix, 25th day of March, A. D., I84b'filr in (hi*Court and Equity,'-in the Eastern Circuit Floritfa. above Pntiitka up the St.'John's river '. .
k ( Sale, N01ld"I,5tA Octaltr. and of thirty-four. an-account flf Administration as such Executor .. R..G. LiriNOiToN Newnansville.C Sept. 12, 1846 ,
twenty-seven .
:z Br'yirtuft> of an Execution is*uin, out of the Fraction townships range and of 'isaiif' :Lat; Will :and Tf'uanpric ;i.icl'John ,W 'DOWMNO, Fort; King. -
Court .f the Eastern Circuit of Florid twenty-one twenty- "
three, wnFiip, twentyfouroxrept ,section Frnner, ,!. eaetI. ,. i United. Slates IIaIIT'
'in *,.I shall nffftr for ala nt public auction in front Thfic are therefore to CITCanul AnMdNJSM all. The Steam
JAMES W. Packet.-
and BRVAtyT
ti .f the Court House in the Town of twPnty.nitS.lmirtY! !thirty-one, thirty-two.) : : SAitff
door Alligator, ; ; kin
i and sections twenty-four and in and singular 't'| nietf, ,'legatees, whetherpecific .6t. SPALDING Capt. Robi
twenty-five, township AT"
ANDCOUNSELLOR A.
bstwtfen the usual hour of sale on the first Monday of ..r ri'si ruarytcredTtor* and'' generally all ATTORNEY LAWS : 5ftfl,' having iee a
of October (5th) next all the right, title ,mIl! twenty-eight range thirtyfive.Fractional and-every person dr j.ersin. interested i the premises ,Jacksonville, FJa. haaMJirr J decks awl cabin reUilt.JhDroulhr ami eakiTl!!

interest which Antonio Alvarez Administrator of township twenty-five, Iwt'nl-*ix. : to bV and I appear; be(ure.the said Judge;..f 'larged for ha accomaiodation of *.en2frrL"c..minenced

ta*estate Joseph l\t..,rredondo,deceased 1".1er and twenty-seven, township twenty-eight (except said ,Court,.nt a Term,of said"Court, to bo livid AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, I he, regular tripsfrort pa !
which said estate had on the second day of section six.) and sections :one. two, three, four ot theCou'rt Houioih Jncktonvilfe; -Duval' county, ATTORNEY AND 'COUNSELLOR AT terpnse. on Lair Monroe,up the Su Pahikatofi JoLa iC
April l 1839, in and to the following described pre and twelve, in townhip twenty-nine- range ori Saturday! the twenty eighth (28)! day of Nbvernl LAWS 125 miles above Palatka.The *
Jacksonville Fla.'If1ftI'n .
I raie : thirty-six. next ensuing; there and! then to shewcause, .I..y.| Biwit. leaving P"Uika evfr, Ts.j
S Thirty eight thousand acres uf land situated on Fractional township twenty-seven fractional ifanyihey )-iavmorcun, I liaycwhv, thty'said Account M.f iitnf. after II.arrival of tbr U._ S. >I lail
b.'th_* ar irtofncreek wbieh.unite* itself.with) the township. twenty-right, (exrept _,'ct lan one,) anll l of the'! niil I'hilip R. YIImP, as ,Executor aforestiui otb't,. 1''rk.l.St. M httll"".. Captain MrNf'f'I.r, 51".
River Suwannee called Alligator Creek, commen- townships, twoRty-niao and thirty, of rang ..hinyle -' \Fatclisnakcr and .s.
4 l, lould not be alloui'd by'this. Court. Jc\yeJIcr. jnnnnfi,CHrrying- the U; S. Mail to th.abMtltllfl
c \Vitne l i. my' name; and seal of Court at pjwes.. ."
called AI1igatnrTownwhichs in the North West Fractional township* twenty-right.} !wentj-nine, Jncknonvillc,Suite$ ami aforesaid citizens Passengers for
and urd county Respectfully informs the Enterprise, wjll .taU! ifc c,
i direction. about forty miles distant from Paynes thirty. thirty-one townships thiry-twu [L. Si] thi Fifteenth (15) day of October, in Jacksonville andits vicinitythat Matthew every Saturday Evening at 4 &T
t Town and about eighty miles distant from ,Bona- mid IIlirl three of range thirty-eight. d j
the of Lord thousand Savnnnnh.
| year our one eight he has removed the house immediately
4 vista which nr* known under the denomination Fractional tnwmhips thirty And thirty-two, nnllInwn.hir -
parts The.
hundred, and forty Ij ix, adjoining the one recently S.r..in..r-Sllnih' Spaldiny will; .va leMI"m"m..yiu
of Alachua; and which tract wa granted, to thirty-threu mid .thirty-four. .f nan;. WM: F. 'CRABTREE.JIII Ptrotam &Man
the .
occupied, rann nd
as printing ; harktwn
1' M. Arredonrlo on or'i rur. th, 24th! ..byofMarch thirty-nine. ) of Probate Duval. trip
P countyof
1C 17. Fractional townhij thirty-four, office of,the"Flort il1 .Siou'sman"nnd' Is now I leaving JacJuuniUe1 MoiiJsv INoVIock.
to satisfy a judgment in favor of t.yn..hip' WlLLWM A.i [(.WART), E.t1., > prepared : -
M.sts F. L< T. B. FITZPATRICK. thirty-eight thirty-nimieithd; forty-one, and section 'Of'pcute. with promptiludViilI;: orders con-
-vy.
Pr Htor to Philip; R. Ynnge Exr.Oct J : For frei-lit, or pa* net....1'10 flu.}
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nted with thenbote) fi.' j" C'pI.i.,
Sheriff Columbia C. onll. two,eleven twdvethirtern. ,fourteen,t weutv.
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16th. 7t" Board;, ,
l"'r 184R
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% three Mr., Grnthe would nUo thnt h has .' >ee.N. Ap'at. JId.
Allfeftter, Aojunt !8. 1846. ,twenty-four,twenty-five, twenty-, twentynevrn _?. _. sny. detnrninedtocunQnehis ..rayiJIr.
,I E5"Th: above sdois postponed from the 1.t thirty-four, thirty-five! 4iul thirl)-nix, in 'Runaway 'Negro;; 'Can ht. attention' in future. exclusively -; B. All gfNNl4! wilt he
October the 1st township fifty-four of forty. to work: in these branches.. He renders hit iceiTnI in Slur.."
Monday to Monday in'Decem rang
I. f 'AK :N UP ami committed to Jail, a of Stnrwge ill Jark44InIiI! &
ber. 184$. .Sept 2! __ Fractional township thirty-six, township forty, i ne-grumnn about.,25! .ie!u'of nge,.five feet thanks to the many' frieridii wlu I have given him ul" Ith. ADCn

Columbia County Sheri 's Sac. forty-one, forty-two, forty-tliree. and fifty-three, I .5x inches in height! hrtghtllack.! slightly their.patronage willbesnch, and trial'thnt his exertions herenfter Florida ajid, Savannah Steaar

virtue of my-office and power of law invested and fractional ownbip fifty-four. (except sections \_ pock marked, gives his name a*" ISAAC ; a*Jo merit it. PacJict.Mt. .

: BY in me, I have levied upon and will off r', one. twelve,. thirteen, tt nty.lhrpp. t\v..n' ..rQur. .lmd on a shirt and. pants'at the time of his arrest, himself From long, practice, 'hi. Ju4i(! p..,'he fe,?!N TIJ Ipo"lar S.m,f..i.T).

for sale before, the Conrt House- in th. te-wn orAln"tor. twenty-five twenty-six, twenty-seven thirty-four, and say tint he belongs to \V m.,,P. Craig; of I boManatee. competent ,to give iHti faclion, and his' I GASTON Cltl'j .. IVek, cilia
'will
.- on the first Monday of May_ nejjt..between I thirty-five, and thirty six) *.f range forty-one. HiiNborougli county. The owner in c\a'rgf'l thcue nrWfI'North.moderr.te and an retiionnbl a* rfvr at Ptcnlni every Friday m>n.

the usual hours of sale' on that da. >\ tht following- Township* forty-one, forty-six, and forly-.even, requested to rpme fupyard,,prove prpperty, pay _Ing at &! A. Al. on each w..k. and 'iJl'WwsiC
,N. B. Clocks and Watches
j described property viz:Section 26.Township ii,:- and fractional township fifty-three, i.f 'rang fortytxvo. charges f and. tnkVlmn I h' away, manner and the nhortest repaired; ia the best IV M. for Snvannah yi i. MamlMrin. Jod(Mi.itV
at ."otirc.Jacksonville <
Rang. 11, containing SO ncre*. Section 'No. 2,' < JOHN PARKER.'Sheriff St Mary. And all other immrdintH I.ndiap, ijarrive

S3 acres. Section 23. Township .1, Range 12, At the land- office kt NEWNANSVILLE, commencing of Hillsborough cOlnt! ). -- Dec. 26. 1845. in SI"'III rnrlv on _,mn.Iv .".....;.
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Le"iNl-u'on as the property of Richard Walker! on Momliiy,tim Keventh tiny of Decemlwrnext Tamjmu&5flay. Septen l>er 4thj 1846. tf In Circuit Court., I'n..nr. for ''Cbttf" lesion f can l lave *ar f o'eWi" -

pay the State and County taxes due thereon for for the disposal of the. public land* within EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FI.OHIDI.Covntyof in the evening in the daily line of Steamers.
.. thA the undermentioned township*, und! fractional NOTICE.ALL .
1846
year Duval: In Chancery. Tim Gaston run in connection wuh: Mewv
ALSO, townships.. viz: persons hni 'd..mllnd. against the Ea' John C.'Polot& Charles' H. IVImy'ndrs. \ '" hlIrnViI.if'r'. Brig Line ff Packrts i

:Section35, Township 1, Range II, rnntninicg S.ulh flhtlae line and End of the principal .;- of John; Brown, hate of. Fernandinn, James D, Pclol ilecea_ ed!, F 'Ne,v York,' of which one I leave every Moajij!
50 acres-Levicd.upou as the properly or Dempt meridian Nn*!uu county will |>I.'ae: render them_ well au- vs. I morning.Th .

Wood to satisfy the taxes due thereon fur the theniirat within' the Icjrul time, And tho,e who Herman Hooker, 'Cia".. 'B"in I Dr. ';..:Gaston doe not'return ta Black Crtetn
year 1846. Fractionnl township eight i of range fourteen. are 1 indehted fi> ,the said Estate, will please mukeiuimediute as' Hooker & Bvington, Iianr htn'l I her.wny t 11 Savannah

'ALSO Fracitonal! township -eye-n. townclup eight, (except payment toJOHN Uidon.VilJiam M. Ili Ion, Chas. NAMES OF PACKETS

Section, Town"hip! 1, Rang 11 -entered ky! section twenty-one) nnd townnhip nine, A. CA VEDO, Executor.' F. Leeds,James B. Ba g.,ft, Leeds The venel' composing thi* Line. willbemlrf!! !
James Livingston supposed to be Dempsy Wotid, (excr To\vn pt section thirty-six.) of range fifteen.; Fcrnamlinn July 3, 1846. 6mALL & Bnggs. H.G. 0, BaticncL-Jim.r' '| Cha. etl. I dfspntchrd regidartV every M"n
tosausfythetairs, due therionfor the year 1846. fractional hip nine (exceptsection thirty-one,) ant J I B. Morgan. Henry Bacon John Brig CLINTON..*LYttn. master/Jest It. ,

ALSO townships .thirty thirty-one! find tbir.y.two. NOTICE.. Mallory, Chester Bi.bee fcJacobGotterson. Brig AUGUSTA t' / M. SI rwOUlI, masurj,
.. Section 3. T wn*hfp 2, Range II; about 400 .nfrnngo sixteen.Fractional person 'interested: are hereby notified,. as C. Bi bee .& Co., June 23. _

acres-Levied."ipon n. iha propertyofL I). Hnii. townhip thirty. thirl '.on., thirty- Six''Month*' nfte'r d"tf'J.Jh 1I apply iothe. Amoa P. S hum way. and! .others.' New bark 'V.It NON.% '. EJtery.mulPt)1UIft3t.
twn.an.I tar
or I. D. Nort.to satisfy; the taxes due',thereon'" : : thirty-four, ran;1 asevente.'n.Townships Honorahlr ilh*f Court of Probate fur Alachna' Upon reading nnd filing Jhe aflidavHt of on. .f Brig SAVANNAh! A. Hawl-y, master,JulZ.

'. thesear1846.. twenty-four twenty-five range county fur .final. ,discharge from"|my adrnitiutra the Complainants' in*this cute. and it appearing ta. Br: EXACT. J. Johnson muster, July 1C
FITZPATRICK, twentyWina.Townships tion !m .tlx E;tute. \VilIintn! Stnndley,deceased ; thftsati.fnctionof the C.nfl That, several of,lh. Bng EXCEL C. B. Smith; misserJimly 21.,

.. SherilrarmtItn. collector! cx-oHicio.Alligator. seventeen and twenty-onw, of range aha' {.o. at the 'sam iiintnn Oct.23.1846. twt"n'y"ltru.Lands ministration, thel K.tae of Merth.i%
Standley,. State: vb ) will IH" every exertion tertiJnt
- Nassau County Sheri 's Sale. appropriated by law for the deceased. ,hh.,24th A pril,1346. IT JS JlIIUBT.QnDEar-n. That a copy of this. Pa.*engen"'as c mfortntje as possible.-

BY'yinWt of,the power vested in me by law.-1. use of schools, military, or other purposes COTTON.'RA\\LES.: Administrator.. order d'I'y'ecrlii.I'hy' tho.Clerk of this Court be ;; They will iaiT punctually as ib ve. and ia aI
: ). for sale at the Court House uf will excluded from sale. April 24ih, 1846. Cm. puhlihed in nNew ;wiper printed within this Circuit case be towed to sea by a Stenraboal.
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: the County Nassau on Monday the fourth day .. ,'for the space of four ot ntht. GEORGE HOLMES,
1 The sales will each be '
January 1847,between the hours of ten and two kept open for ;Administratrix Notice.motico ., ,. AND IT is FUUTHER, ORDKRIP. That the said Alent. JlklOailIf.
clock on that day tke Undi ..f Susan' Murphy two weeks, (unless the lands rc'so nedisposed' i*"herirhy feivehtp t creditor ofand! per- Herman Hooker, Ch -rle. Byin;ton. aa Hooker f& 'Berttn'can 1. secured "r Si. Anjotline, Wplication > I'

I situated said couniyofNa.sau, consisting of one of,) and no longer, and no private eniitU>'d distribution in the Estate of Bvington; Iai" :N. RUd..n. William M. Risilbn to'. B. E. CARR & CO., Asetu..

( thousand nine hundred and ninety eight acres, or entries of land in the townshipsso Matthew,Hind ley deceased.and to all persons who Charles' ,F. Leeds,, James B..B.egs..as Le ds Jk [ July 15.1845..
.sufficient portion thereof tosatufy the taxes due may, Irove.! any claims or_ ,demands whatever flag*; H. G. 0.' 'B bcnch .James B.. Morgan, .
:! therettn to the State of Florida together with thlll offered. will .be .admjtt until'after. a.aint or interest in Said Estate, that unless the HejnryBacon,,John ,..Mailer-! Chester Bniieti & Nev York,Ad vcrtisi'mcHl
; legal charges of th. sale aAd the costs of this ad,* the expiration of two weeks from the name he exhibited 'ur nrrterl within'the period of JHCOD Gutte.rsoii. as C. Bi&bce &. Co.; Amos P.

vertiiement. Amount of taxes due, twenty three commencement of said sales. two yeur from this date they will ba barred.. Slii.m\\'a'.8"11 other, be requin to answer the I ;THC
dollars and cents. Persons having chums'' and, demands aid Bill Complaint, within C.iir. Months TREASURY
sixty Given under my' hand, at the 'city of againtt the ,or the OF HISTORY,
A. S. BRADDOCK. this ( Etste are rrqueI4toIuiesent! them to John M. some will be taken as confessed against them. Comprising!" a general introduct estlis,l.tl
i Sh0rift'and Tax Collector. Washington, fourteenth day of Mrlnin.h ofMuri'in, Cpunty! and Thomas, C. Ellis.f'Akcfititco THOS DOUGLAS, JII rft. Universal Hi.Mory, 'ancient and modern ry ida

i ., October 30th 1846. August Anno Domini one thousand rny, a* my igents-withiiiut', iMay.. I,, O.5CAJt.HA., Cl.rk'of said Court do h.reI I series of separate HUinn or

In Circuit Court. eight hundred and fortysix.By .' FRANCESHINDLEYI; by certify, the above io be a true copy of an order I principal Nation that exfctn i tlefr scary;

EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. the President. : 4 Administratrix: made and entered in the Records cf sajd Court i., I rise.; propreM, present e.llilliti; n. At., st*.

t COCNTT or OCTAL: I.i CBANc ltr. I II JAMES K. POLK.. ,An'st14th. ,. .1346. Gm.i said entitled cause",on.tha eighth.day uf October.'A. BY SAMUEL .MAUNDERr

TIJlOTHI'VIGHTJUJe', AdminiS- I JAMES H. riPER Acting -. < ? D.1846.' Author( the, "Tivaury )f Know ledie:: '
trator of all ami singular the Bill! for-Prorata' Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE. :'C ;.lsd. ), _IN TESTIMONY' WHEREOF. I rapliical Treasury* "Literaiy awlSdeDtiTr6a
/foods and 1 Chattels, Rights and 1 distributiou.of; ; ALL persons Interested) are hereby notified that V' 'L.S.. V hereunto set my hand and affix the I anr.n etc.. .Iutlrnr

Credit, of JAMES, B. ,MASOJT, aPtofEstat!, NOTICE f0 PREEMITIONCLAIMANTS... :)I'r expirtttioirtof: months:,afterdate,.:! ( i v '' seal',of said C"urtOSCAR THE hISTORY OF AMEBKU,

E deceased; r*. &.c.. Sec.. and Every person entitled. Ioilie ri:htof pre-emption hall appy| -t to l.md within the.limits of the ( r.r.a. final. settlement. of Jacksonvilie, Oct.)16. 1846._ 4m
FREDERICK BARTHELO\T I for an Injunc- any township. nnd I my Complete ,in two. volumes.' large octavo, *i!
-. AQUILLX MASSET, et. al. and-J tiu.f parts of townships above enumerMted is required 1 account hnddischargefrom' my administration on ..nraYln4.. ,An edition In paper etn\-
; ,. .itors, &c.,fee. to ,.tBt.Ii*b.thft' same to the satisfaction"bf.ihe. jl,. the_ e'wtatB of!William Sparkmandeceased' ,'fateuf Administrator's Sale complete! ., suitable for mailing $3.'s

-, U having been made .. appear bJa I"Yir.to, gisteranti Receiver the proper )und office, and Said county. _, j ON the fourth Monday in December, next J DANIEL ADEE' Publisher. "
-'- the satisfaction of the.' Court that D.. M. Van make phynient 'therefor! ; _at'toon a$'practicable,. JOHN .SPARKMAN,.1' Adm'' -., &.c.. will expose. for ,sale at the Court! House 107 .Fulton street New Tomb

.'. .zt'l. .Aaron Jones, junior, .Walter Murphy; 'after ttting thi notice, nndefnre the, day lip 'S.n.fQrp t -.PozufMay.- 7r tt -.. -Is't:1846,_ -_ ;; J *6m-' ; door situated at Alligator and all that piece-or parcel pf land Sept. 11th. 1846. '
Aquilla Masey,James Morgan,Stephen Eddy pointed for the commencement of the'public sale \ I lying'in the county of Columbia, -

Laviu L. Levy, Benjamin Leeds,.,and Andrew of the lands embracing the'ttactclaimed;:otherwise Administrator's: Notice. known designated as Lot six (No, C,), fractional Administrator's Notice.
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'Rbb, Defendants in the above enitledcausei re such cl"imyill, be ror-f.tell. ON the firllt day January, 1847, I 'will pre>' section one, : 1'ownsiip one. Range twelve SIX MONTHS after date I shall,apply Mf
\ tide'out'of the State of Florida, am).beyond the JAMES He- rIPER, Acdnc to th) Llion.4r.Court.pU'robatei for the (12) containing 99.c" .Said )land sold, by or James T. O'N.m.Judf'flf Probatei*..*

-, Jurisdiction of this Court; .And,_ that Martin L. Commissioner of the General Land Olflce.Au2S County. nf*AUchua>-.itl47r., 1;r. final settlement- and.kq, !. dernf Probate Court r f said county for iho benefit thn county. of Na*.au, for a di* Baker, another of the. Defendants .i in the said entitle -12w ance my acconnts and ."o clJe.r.d nl. i hf the heirs' and'eri"dItor 'of thin SI.I'of John tf1uor.lftn'the ollnwifl:' Eu lfJ.."is':,SlCHO"

1 .I cause resides without the EasternCircuit trMiinfTh Estates James Martin; and Samuel Robertson; late of said county. deceased. topher and Samuel s.Chrillo'I ',.I.t.J Th' "

t & *mUn, the Middle Circuit. 'of Florida ; And that I Administrator's .Notice. -Sirnaudereo.sed.tat&otsiid4County: ,-and will : ,;. .JAS. -a.. ROBERTSQvAdrn'r. deceaf. ., SPJCER, ,C. BRADDOCK. *
John '\VR"nto another of the Defendants' in:, THE, creditors, distributees.and :jotber.i inter* atjlhe; samfj time! japply:to_ said Court .for a final Columbia County,.E. F.,October,,1846. Ail m''l1.u'1 tor on said EHs

': sail'rause alo reside* out of th. Eastern Circuit. in the Estate .VVilliam McCulley_ discharge i from Administration of aid Estates.*
and In theSouth'r 'Circuit Florida': On motion' bite of Nassau county :Florida, \\deceased are: "JOSEPH J..KNtGHt.Administrator! i .' creditors distributee and Notice. Nassau County, August 14th, 1846j.*..
.Juaii26-184S. olh
N.wanivihlO n'nterf'lt. .
c- .\ilium F. Crabtree; Esq.. Solicitor for the said I I hereby cited'and jtdmonUhed.to b;'and"appear; ,. .,, -- -- - 6m THE in the Estate of Samuel) .
Russell 'Jute NOTICE.t. .
., at_ami .before the HonoralJ ot
complainant. i the: Judge of, Probate -. Nassau '
IT"is ORDCRICD Tliat the: said D. \. Van or,'N"lIau county*. at a.Court'of Piohate, to -Nassnu"Collsty Sheiifl's"8 le. 'admonished county,Florida,deceased, are hereby cited ALL( interested are>by aocWtW',
be held the Court House TXTIL! K .'uld bn 'th8,4th to.bf'and. : appear at and before the expiration of six montk .atllt-
WezeU :Aaron Junellltjpn .WaiterMurphy.. at in.said rounty, oa tli'' Mqnd'i. :January- thit Hon. I he Judge Probate
date
Aqiilla Masey,Janvs B. Morgan.StephenEddy,, first Monday ia,April, 1347, end shew* cau.i., if : r.\ 4347jpe'iveen, *b.h. uf>&en..arI. io, Court of Nassau county, hereof. I shall apply to the HooortWs:
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.' .they 'have why I should "not o''c1t *t.I"" (nsmrtflouse, iith. a. .or11'robaae. .to be hold at the Court Court ol Probaia for,Alachua! eoucty,.*
I ., Lei. 1.. Levy, Benjamin ..Leeds, and Andrew 'any bedischargedmm c.anty !. ', House, fn said i the fr ..
( is !& cPrtlli1rltr rCf'1 or county, oa first Monday in settlement of my accounts and dWharge
ahlur1h.r'ftulmim&i4tratioof nr .knowrru
Robb,,do. :and answer'the. Complainants the ,Estate of J4, (
.appear January 1847 and shew fllC'
said William. in the, .estate Waterman, deceased ,Said'landsituated caue, if any ibey-have. adminUtrafion o.tbe estate of James !
MrCuliey iullnr.f of
Bill,of Complaint; within/; u4 ,from the p an application.then ,why 'should. not be end '
tlischarged from alt further deceased late of said '.
on Branch, county
and there tolnrnmle Brandy containing sixteen
S date of: publication ifthis order, .or the same by.me to said .administration of'thfEstar.ef *"'
will be taken at confessed againt them. ,, ,Court. J.:. R. 'ALB.RTI., AJa '.r., thousand. fou ;;h"in :IT,FURTHER: OJXM.RXD That the said Martin Wondatoek Mills,Srpt>18, '1148. Cm nold!' r o satisfy Ih ,taxes due thereon, be,State.pf, tab,|In rbade pursiiancft byrne ef.an: ailT applirntiontbenand, '. here, Nwnaill.. May las, 1846 ..
to Court. .
L.J3aker .and the ssid John UV.erston, do .ar' Florida? and .all legal cots and charges in and '
WILLIAM NOTICE
apj
1 aid answer tile Complainants said BUt within tie* 1 For Sale, nbont tlio'aitvertiseiRenfahflsiilAtnernolT.hundrwt. \fli1inii'Irnd Jtme:12.1i.\ T' ; 1840.. 'A., 6m RUSSELL.,. ..4 ".,'or., h"pLy.i"pa\ to, all\ persoM W'T? .t,'
dat the VA LUA B LE } of land (! n. and twodollars! toety.-lhre( cts.A. ., ,fl.
% I'JIGJltU frotn.Uia"; .of pubjicntion.of this MA piece containin/r i / Six .Vonths after ifaej| "hllf aI1, ,
,Order. or ,tha.,samo will be taken as. confessed. 'acres, eligibly situated .on '"flrnip '. 4, .;J. J AQPOG Sheriff and, ,- *' .I' LsICIrciift Court, : Honorable the Court of.Prfcoare ('r lAlachuarfoi1 fft1I1"

agalnattliem.; ,hl'Ulc.r.h_ ,St., Johns river. For a facription pctober 16.1846.. ,I',, -? _4 _. TaxjCftUcctpfVAdministrator' _;. !, ., .,, OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, ; 'a, final,seitlement awl .a ,
J. ASP n IS. FORTHKR OaDl lD. That, ft-COpv .r the l land), quality of the: soil. and also for terms FOR ALACHUA AXD LKTT COOKTIE3. my account and voucher*,as arfminiirslofWillwm 'Limit.

ft S.tthii, Order,duly,certi6ed by die ,C''. k_or'thh' ,inquire: of: DrV_ A,.S,.Baldwin Jacksonville, or.of, Notice., ., Dell!,decea.ed,11.i.aeJee.it: : -

'Court,.be published some newspaper printed; the .subscriber_ at Waro'i Lake Marion ( SXV1PN1/ ,fifr-d.t .. .haII$ rr..ellt.my cot; RzcnAftvs&. .. ni.ntt1 t au.eb- ly.arul f r,a du, >eba, t from. my .danirabtnlt- '
.'vithm th.,Ea ternCireuit.of Florida'once a.week ".Fiorfda L ; s,. F.< ,,HALLIDAY/. . -:. .. d :,nicIer ,' al 4ririisrntor' 't 1 .' f "."., '." .J m I'. aUs Estate u '*">' : S"t f "
: .hel Estateni.J'ihn "
for four months 4' Ociber2d,1846. if. Itn1)'rt.on. r"i. of Ciluimbii J3JtTLN \'X''J OHII j$427 1O.OODarnig.s, **
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consecutively "- c1eceasd *wnans illr, g. V;; May 8,'U$. .
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c :- ;t; THOS DOUGLAS, -JudgewI / .0 -" -.- -. county, flj lll11. i tfrib I6J $JOQ. '- _-
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; bsc4l HART Clerkf, .aid Court,"<'I Iwrebj, T" .:YO ICE.< '_ for said county for -a, final settlement of saU_ Estate lHntabovp.nnmetl: :defendahtsriand all_ other I, tl i. t '.. 1'OIS' f' '

4 ,-:- certify.tbe,. y ,tobe_ trn*.,,cnpy .f. an,Onir. QIXWFEK5 after date npplicafion; will .be", di end. shall at.tH. same lime apply r farJtMerrof tnsiltution JLtflperjbris[ intf.rested,:.are.Jiereby npti edqf tbf, tJ,' 'IO T"$ ,1tir4ate.IMU ii'
'-' -'. "wa4m adpntrre'l Jn the above" entitled cause,'oa. : -' rnsIeLothtJlonurablJutf&et 4i(J'robate of, 'fO!'!! !?9yF${I i''WWJ.5ijrWch alIp ." of the,above! named suit .atlachmentj!i ;, eatron toihe HniioraKl! .tuu1g''t? '
Altcnua .t ,sons interested in said .sIotr.are: detfred to take jnrt l required| to .and ( i ': ,. tii:
1346 appear FleakouhD.c1ara ( .} DLo..f .
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lth JorAiarult..D; w counf1.or, 'letters of AdminUtratioii upon., ; ilP':: .1U'1J 5)' : tionflleda: ana roUFt, rur' 'l.r. "" ri
; '-' -- .1NWITNESS.WHElEOI.Ibersaat'! the'K*tate of: Vat i.i, 'C. .Ti rns. Jale'r>rid ," O tii. t84S'b'r: 'e RdflERTS6N l' ," Court said caus* ,at the nixt1'enaog.; .Kstat" r'F."r.far.ftl.Tjne". fa.C. ..

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