The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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iSMjsgBSS' ( the numb A' n\s:8nd: perfect titles certain lands t of dragoons and the four companies by the:said act,to :be;applied;; to J edt nlternatelyy from every second *
.agr" Q'fllreJ;will be -*-*! until forbid, therein described,. and to settle' the light artillery; of straw for soldiers'. bedding the national nrmorles'such.amount repairsat ain State, each member being- .a taa. jWeresident

....;I barged fat.3'Y.ve all announce-. claims to the vacant and unappropria ;'.and;of s ,.including-:com_ the* 'judgment. the Secretary of 'citizen pf the Sate jfrom.which -
d.lIars will far be..lhee cliarjeH for ted lands within the same,' passed; the pany and:.other: blank backs for the army War may be necessary, not exceeding he shall be appointed,;that DO'l l lew than .o

?aLl.OfC&tjMlates. fur SII. MonlhA. : : ito oiotke eighteenth February, eighteen .Hundred .certificates for discharged soldiers, ,fifteen thousand.dollars, may be ,applied, six members shall be taken fro j"a. ""
)" to rkbtnrs aDd CrediW1.,oi"i ratioft: : 10 OtiApdkatafl 0:' and foity one :'* 'Jlnd, provtdedso,' blank forms'for' the pay and, quarter to the purchase of land from Jndiyjduals ,mpng? officers actually 'serving1 ia the ..
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AU reliiaus far 'etersrJ' not! eS will be j&istel gtatuLM1 That all\ the said lands the Release: "master's departments, and the printing' r and from the town of SprmgfieIdMassachusetts -' militia{ ; and that a second member tHa 11 .

,usJ1. : corainunications. will which //is. herein. provided foil, and the : of? )Department, orders, .army regulations and the assent of Congress'is lot betaken from any Congressional; .
!r7 ,lmi sr.ahl. personal proceeds thereof, shall be anjl !icrnain. and general regulations: ,. two hundred hereby,, .to such purchase. district' until every'other,district. miLe
tcr hirged AU bills i" ror\ ..bSSSi. must be P.i.l nn ..VS'Xnr subject 1 to all the same claims, Incumbrancts and five thousand' dollars.. For. repairs .and improvements and State shall have supplied, a em er-
: LSfcajr"s"1 w and liabilities in "relation* to*I, For the incidental expenses of thequartermaster's new, _machinery at Harper's Ferry ,armory 'Pro"i shall.,be made said
& llAIZAEn. VfUgt pud. I "Nor 1 Carolina land warrants," or department: consistingof :, 'one hundred and, tw qy., jght" to : *beyondthe
GILLETT.- Y: -- I otherclaims| of. NQrth Carolina, 'as the postage l letters'-and packets'received thousand three hundred 'and sixty-one payment'of their: expeo3ea1Qjr4nd

BYAIJT1I0'- : same'would' or could be subject to as by officers on public service oi.expenses dollars. I lodging,while.at the Military:Academy .
the :
jaws .f tbe UniUI Lbs Smtr Twnir-Miuili* Pn-rI nt Congrew regards the United States, if j the same of courts martial and courts ,of inquiry For.arsenals, one, hundred,ahl sixty-I ,,and, on allowance not" to exceed '
First So.ioncf rel ascd. including the additional i compensation eight! rid eight cents pw'hiile, for travelling; by '
were not so as aforesaid jot1qu&Lq! ; J!!,u rud and nine the. shortest '
Approved, Aug'ist7, I8i6. to' judge advocates, members, i ty-three dollars)} of ,which twelve thou- mail route fiora their respective
CHAP. 91.-An Act to provide for and witnesses, while on that service, :I sand five..hundred.dollars: are authorized : homes to the academy,'and back

the confirmation of certain settle CHAP 94.-An act making appropriations under the nct-of the sixteenth March, to be applied to the purchase of a i thousand to their holies.dollars .And the sum: .of, ,two.
:.. ment claim in the Grecnsburg land lor certain defensive works of eighteen hundred and two; extra bay to ite and: building a magazine Wash < 14 hereby: appropriated
district, Louisiana.Sec. the United States for the fiscal year soldiers employed in the erection of ington ,'urs na1. to defray the expenses of said board :'of .

f 1. Be it enacted by the Senate ending the thirtieth day nf June, one i barracks and quarters, the construction :For purchase of saltpetre' 'and brimstone visiters. u'( the next. annual examination

: and House of )Representatives of the thousand! eight hundred and forty i iI of roads, and, other constant labor, for forty thousand..dollar*. ,i t!
United States of America in Congress I periods of not less than ten days, under fpr the purchase of gunpowder, one ,Sec. 3.i, And be it further enacted,,,
assembled) That the second proviso! of I seven.Sue.. 1. Be enacted by the Senate. the act of second of March, eigheen hundred thousand dollars, That the ('t teacher' of ,drawing ,and the '
, the third section of the act of eighth: I Il and Iln'.sse of Representatives of the hundred and nineteen; expenses of expresses For expenses" preparing drawings first teacher of French at the,Military) '

May l eighteen him Ired and twenty- United states; of America in Congress from the frontier posts; of escorts ofa uniform system\of artillerj: one Academy shall hereafter be, respective.

twO, entitled ":\n net supplementary to assembled 'That the following sums- be, to paymasters;' of the necessary thousand dollars. I ly, profesior of drawing 'and .professor..
. the several acts for udjusiing the and are hereby appropriated, ,to. articles) for the interment of non- om- For expenses of the mineral.land service of tbe Freich language.Approv '
l.dt1flS lo land and establishing: land of- i be paid they out of any unappropriated mo missioned officers and soldiers; hi e of including those 'incurred since the J, August 8, :1846. .', 'f

.ices in the districts cast of the island in the Treasury, for the preservation laborers; compensation to clerks I t > the first January,'eighteen hun rud and for I' '. ,
\.:. of New Orleans," shill not apply lotl ney, repair, and construction certain officers of the quartermaster's de mrt- ty-six, thirty thousand'dollars. I CHAP. 91-An,Act supplementary, to- '

reports dated eighteenth November, fortifications for the fiscal year endingthe ment, at posts where their duties<< can- For'surveys in reference to the military I the act bassed on the twentieth: daT I
: eighteen hundred and I\\'enty-one, olCoby thirtieth day of June, one thousand 'not be performed without such aid, and defences, of the frohtier, inland and of February, eighteen hundred and :
: and JSUipwilh 1 on settlement eight hundr d and forty-seven. compensation to agents in charge o dismantled Atlantic twenty thousand dollars. I fGrty sit, entitled '"An act:to enlarge? t
'.ain; ill that part of [,4IhilIa.vhic1lies : For the purchase from the State of I works, and to such wagon > and For military and, geographical' sur- the po\ 3rs of the several orphans'

r east of the Mississippi river and New York of the defensive works on I forage masters as it may be foun necessary veys west, of the Mississippi, thirty courts h Id in and for the District or
of Pearl rive,: but such claims under the at the Columb
tt e4 Staicn J Island together with the land to employ, act thousand dollars. S '
I. trliirh, according to the said reports, bought by the. :State for the site of said fifth of Juljr, eighteen hundred anajthir For continuing the surveys of the Sec. 1. 3e it enacted by the Senate?
'" cert inhabited or cultivated! or where I and eight various expenditures necessary northern and northwestern lakes and-Mouse of ,
I works, with all the material on about ; twen- Representatives of the ,. ,
> the date of settlement was before the them, and for repairs of said works to keep the two regiments of draj oons ty-five thousand dollars.. United Stitesof. America In ,Congrcis-
: fifteenth April, eighteen hundred and when the title of the Stale of New and the four companies of light artillery Sec. 2. And. be it further enacted, assembled Tnat every orphan or other

thirteen, arc heieby confirmed under York shall have been extinguished, one complete, including the purcha of That the following sums_ ,be,. and the infant to thom the orphans courts or
f: the oilier restrictions of said third s c-I hundred thousand dollars : Provided, horses to supply the place of tiose i same are hereby, appropriated, ,to meet the District of Columbia are authorized

t Lion, but this confirmation shall in That the Executive be, and he is hereby which may be lost and become unfit for the expenditures which may ,be incur' and empowered by the act to which* .
t manner: ntfec: prior rights! and shall only the authorized to dispose of the site service; shoeing horses; and the apprehension red under the acts passed during the this act supplementary, ,or :by any e .
J amount to :i teiiKuisiimcit! | on and materials of old Fort Gansevoort, '; of deserters and the expenses present session "to authorize an in- other lav'ln force in the said district;,
i jarl of the United! States.Approved ; and to apply the proceeds of such saleto incidental to their pursuit, one hun crease of the tank and file of the army, or'in either county ,thereofto appoint tL

, August 6, 18-16 the repair of the works on Staten dred and fifteen thousand dollars. and to provide for raising a regiment of guurdiansbali be ntitlea,on arriving at

Island. For repairing and enlarging barracks, mounted riflemen," viz : the age of fourteei years,or, at any age- '
(11.\P. 92.% -An'Tennessee Act to surrender all title the to For the commencement of batteries quarters, store-houses and hospitals at For pay, eight hundred'and fourteen between fourteen jnd twenty oneyears.

the State of have lands in Tennessee on Seller's! Point flats, below Baltimore, the, several posts; for erecting temporary thousand five hundred* and twelve dol notwithstanding any appointment pf"
I United Stales to thirty thousand dollars. | cantonments vat such posts as nay lars.' guardian before made by such courts
of the line
I south west For the commencement of a fort at be occupied during the-y.ear, and gun- For commutation of officers' subsis or either of them, to elect a guardian

: coimr.unly called Congressional the entrance of Cumberland sound, houses for the protection: the cannon tance, twelve thousand. .seven_ hundred for himself or, herself: Promdid Torphans'
".SM-rvaiioii line, and to release to .. and rks- "* .
the several "
thousand dollars at poets and seventy-five rs. Courr within whoso jtzriidjcr-
Georgia, twenty
taid State the proceeds of such of saidlands For the commencement of a fort on including necessary tools and materials' For. commutation forage for offi. tion may be the person and residence of"

) as may have been the sold by the of the east side of Dauphin !island, Mobilebay for the objects enumerated, and for the cers' horses, eight thousand one hundred such orphan, or any ,property, reaX. \
Mate of Tennessee as agent authorized furniture of the barrack- and d lIars. or'mIxed which such
dol- to
Alabama, twenty. thousand sixty personal, ;. orphan ,
the United States.Scr. lars. rooms of non-commissioned officers and For payments in lieu of clothing to is entitled, 'or where a guardian V

:) 1 Be it enacted by the Senate the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, soldiers;'building and repairing stables .officers' servants, one thousand one had ,been duly appointed before the ..
I House of Representatives of That the President of the United for dragoons and ]light artillery; for hundred and ten dollars. court by which said .former guardian, '
lliiitcil States of America in Congress rent of for officers, barracksfor For subsistence in kind four hundred had the
States be, and he is hereby, authorizedto | quarters been'appoin.ed approve; eiarac-
:. 'cui\ iud,* That the& United States take such steps as he may deem ad- troops at posts where there are no and eighty seven thousand four hundred ter and' competency of the person sO elected _,
I lit eby! release and :surrender to the visable for adjusting the title to the Pea public buildings for their accommodation and forty.two dollars. guardian : lnd provided, suchrphans' '

I Si.vC of Tennessee the right and title Patch island ; and, should the same be and of store-houses for the safekeeping For clothing, camp, garrison, and court shall and, may require"or .
I of the United States to all lands in the found tor bu adverse to the United substance, clothing, &c., and horse equipage two hundred and eighty the guardian, so elected,such security.
v* *c of Tennessee lying south and States, that he cause the value to be as- of grounds for summer cantonmentsand four thousand one hundred and seventy and exercise towards",him all such jurisdiction ..-
of the Congressional reservation for military five dollars. and for
certained by arbitration, according to encampments purposes powers compelling
n said State which may yet ream : to the agreement entered into betweenthe one hundred and sixty thousand For the regular supplies of the quar. faithful administration of l his trust, as.
unappropriated, and further re- Secretary of War and the agent"of dollars. termaster's department, consisting of are provided in the said 'act or any other -
e and-iransier to said State of T en- the claimants. For transportation of officers' baggage fuel, ,foragestraw, &c., one hundred and law in lorce as aforesaid, in the;cases *..
t, nes..ce the proceeds of such of said Approved, August 8, I8i6. when travelling on duty without thirteen thousand dollars. of guardians appointed,by the said '
lands as may have been sold by said troops, fifteen thousand dollars. For the incidental expenses ,of the court; and if the said.court, .!in the' due- '

not heretofore paid over to the CHAP. 95.-AN ACT making appro For transportation of troops and supplies quartermaster's department, consisting, exercise of such., its jurisdiction and.
a d Slates, nor deposited subject to priations for the support of the army of the army, including the baggage of expenses of courts martial and courts powers' shall see fit to supercede and -
I the- ,rder or use of the United States, for the ending on the thirtieth of troops when moving either by of inquiry, extra pay to soldiers, purchase remove such guardian, or if such guardian .
t tiit'I! :r the authority of the act of Con-. June eighteen year hundred and forty land or water; eights and ferriages; of horses for dragoons, &C:, nine- die, or become incompetent during-
i s' of the eighteenth February, eighteen : the purchase or hire of horses, mules, ty-thtee thousand five hundred dollars. the minority of such orphan the aiai:

hundred and forty one, entitled Set seven.1. Be it enacted by the Senate oxen, carts, wagons, and boats, for the For transportation of troops and supplies court shall forthwith cito'such'orphan'to 4'
An act to amend an act entitled 'Au of and for for the three hundred and and make u election of .
and House of Representatives of the transportation! supplies, ; garrison army, appear new guar
r act to authorize the Slalepf: Tennessee and at thousand dollars. dian".wh.ich such orphan. ,do.under
United States of America in congress purposes; drayage carriage twenty-two ; may -
to issue grants and perfect titles to certain assembled That the following sums be, the several posts: hire of teamsters; For the medical arid hospital department the' same conditions and: restrictions aiuarc
t lands therein described, and to settle appropriated transportation of funds for the Pay'Department twenty thousand dollars., hereinbefore prescribed ,in respect
and the same are hereby,
i the claims to the vacant and 'unap.' i for the of the 'army for the ; the expense of sailing public Approved, August. '8, 1846, to the original election of guardian'!and*,
t prt:iriated lands within the same, passed support thirtieth June eigh- transports between ,&die posts on the t for the interval of time between tho removal --

t the"eightcenth day of April l, one year teen hundred ending on and the forty seven : Gulf of Mexico, and of procuring waterat CHAP*, 96.-An.Act making appropriations ,.death, or incompetency of tho- .
and si.L"-
t f thousand eight hundred For of the one million such posts as from their situation( re for the support of the Military .first elected guardian and the:noW'election '
is army
This suircuder and transfer upon three hundred pay and twenty nine thou- quire'it, of clothing Dl the: depot at Academy for :the year ending on the: of another by suchorphan.the said,
the express condition that the State of sand three hundred and seventy four Philadelphia to the station the tOOpSj' : ,thirtieth.June,'eighteen hundred and court may, if it deem it expedient,,ap--. '
Tennessee shall, out of the proceeds of dollars. of subsistance from the places, of purchase forty:seven. poirit' a guardian ad interim ,until sq' h. t

f. Q. lands, set apart And apply forty For commutation of officers' subsis- .and from the places .of delivery, Sec. 1. Be it .enacted by: the Senate:' new election be made; taking such se -
tho sand dollars towards the tancc' four hundred and sixty five under, contracts, to such places as the and House of Representatives of the, curity of such 'gaardiaa'ad.il ujlfl,- aud.
t fUt nt and support of a college at Jack thousand, .hundred and thirty two circumstances of the service.may require -. United States.of America .i in Congressassembled exercising over him such jurisdfctioa. ..
of Madison in the I
rt. son in the county dollars. it to be sent; of ordnance, ordnance That the following sums be, and powers as are or may be required! ;
Sta.e of 'rennessee, if the proceeds of' For commutation of forage for officers stores, and small arms from 'and the same aie hereby, appropriated' and given in the.cases of;other guaardi* .
-he sales of said lands shall
,! amount to horses including arrears since the foundries and armories to the arsenals out'of any money in the Treasury not aus : rfnd, provided further, Tka4wk r..' 4-
.*o much sales; and, if the aggregate amount commencement, of hostilities, one hun, ; fortifications, and frontier ppsts, otherwise appropriated, for,the support a 'guardian i .is lo supcrceded_ by auck.election .

uf'Sf'ld aforesaid(not) shall paid over t amount nor deposited to the dred and thirty one thousand six hun- ,two hundred and fifty ,thousand dol of ,the Military Acadqmyforthc, year. { he shall have notice,, oi .t thep::
as : the thirtieth June eighteen plication' by summons or in tvrithiSec. ,,,
said then whatever sum smaller ared and three dollars. lars. ending on !, .
. tb sum, thousand dollars they For payments in lieu of clothing to contingences of the 'army, six -hundred'and forty seven. ; 2. And' be it furtner enacted,'.' -

t; t..\.i forty nt to, in accordance with the may provisions officers servants, twenty eight thousand. .thousand dollars.. For pat of officers, 'instructors? cadets That if any surety of a guardian,'by1 petition -".. a

contained in an act of the Gent eight hundred and thirty dollars. .,. For the purchase of .ordnance,; ordnance add ,musicians seventy''e ght to the.court, before which'toa was
,'. Assembly of said State, passed in For subsistence in kind, four hundred stores and, supplies, one hundred thousand nine,hundred dollars.: bound,.setting fQrth;tbat he.appwfeeadftn- .
dollars. For commutation of subsistence,.five hi himself herself to,be'in .
t tile eighteen hundred and thirty and sixty eight thousand one; hundred thousand .danger pl.auf .
tight year, being chapter one' hundred and and ninety'th! dollars and sixty seven For current expenses of the ordnance, thousand' two hundred and fifty. six dol- ferlng'tbeieby" lr* pray that; he may;,t

. even section eight, and' in accordance cents. service one hundred-thousand dollars irs.. be relieved, the aa.d court, after a'sui!\-
wh ,the desire expressea by said For clothing for tho army, camp nd For manufacture of :arms at the For commutation forage.ror, officera' mons to answer the petition:shall have-

Gtnernl Assembly, in their certain me- garrison; equipage, two .hundred and; national' armories, three hundred.thousan'd horses" two thousand four. hundred been served upon the'guardian,.or a.{lP-a..
passed 'December thirty one thousand dollars. dollars. dollars. py of such summnons'1ft'ajt '
four tto/iftl eighteen to Congress hundred, and forty five: For expenses of recruiting twelve For'repairs- and improvements, and' For clothing for their ,servants,.four; his usual abode,. shall order hfjalogtve'counter '.' _

Provided, Tievcrthtlcss, That'the' release thousand And-twenty two dollars.For new, marchinery, at Springfield 'armc- hundred arid twentydorsk: : ., security; for .the..eowpiete't f Ft\
1 ..hereio'provided, for to the.tatd 'St'lte'of threemonths' extraipay' .to.non ry, ,one hundred and t.went.v.five thou.' For'repairs and improvements' ; fuel], ,, demnity(: the origin lL8Hre4yL: : w W..

'eanessee shall be in full satisfactionfor commissioned officers musicians,"and sand dollars. :., and apparatus,.forage for'publtc.horses. deliver the ward s.estate.into.t fic.hat P.**1
and all services rendered and privates, sixteen thousand dollars. And the sum oC"fivo .thousand, dollars and pxenstationary,'printing, .arid_other of the'surety, or ,of: ,sqme otherjwr9a>, .

expenses tny incurred by said State, or the For the legular".supplies of the quartermaster's ,out of the appropriation. i made for incidental .and;co tu geat expenses. ,' :in either of which cascs'fr aballttiesufficient .
the' act approved twenty thousand dollar*. of :thoAvhpse i '... ,
Authorities thereof, in the management, department, consisting oif the said objects by ; ;security 'perio&
disposal" or administration of said pub- fuel), forage in'kid for the authorised March eighteenhundredarid; [' 'forIy.flve : For 'mplet' og,the barracks" for, ca. ; hands .the, wardac! esi.ate4ial1 be; ..
\ is declared' 'have beeiunUnfed i -, i.lets fifteen thousand dollars. delivered as.aforesaid ..afJ4I_qItJ''f&fo I
Jic lands; and as agent or agents of the number, of officers ;horses, and for the : : ( ff
United: States, i in virtue of "the provio :' .horses, mules, and oxen belonging { for,the purchase of the>ts adjoin-! Sec2. And be ;it.'further enacted, 8;halt t and may. inaka i. 't r I :>> ',4, 1':

as of the wt entitled An act to a., the quartermaster's; department "at J the, rig the armory,ground,.asexpresse4in, : That' ihftPreaidepVvia.aathomedid: appoint other' -order for |he I relief J .**of:the t. .4j4 piti tt,,,. ... ",.
mend an act entitled"An'act'to author several millitary' posts.}and'stations,- ltne estimaiesrto'which pur ses ibsCeflapplied. f board of :vi.iteta' tead tb, .;iras toitabal1.ieem.j .
; h ;' ff11b rnM hfo've4! auiui4mi; :ti .of the: Njlltary Approved August 8, J8i .. '
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4.', :,! ,: .'"' 11o.K ()NV'ltLE''nr.C. M rif .ti d''G, ; gery still,-the' tamev% x ,crn{"* y.do*- iiflefl. I *p 'Ovement. Experi'' ce JMosBLEY has, however, no assurance honor or the Repu'ie! Cilize4. < I
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{..". .,. .. ing, treacheroufi'pspint pervades. it i now has"proved th.. means ' 'p under the control "ofdtIr tion"fthIs fun'd, unless a sufficient is doubtless '$ .
as ever. A' striking;proof.of' this has at-present .desired by aU: '

'. lately been exhibited in an abortive at- young ,Stat it will be injurious andwastcfu1.to I proportion for that purpose, shall be recalled ,may be. conflicting opiniolll .

0 ... ,,, 'tempt"''of''these Leon county 'Whigs to ; ''engage.In, any extensive i i from the States with which the'' expediency among the J tnjIhi-) < _'- ,.

," ,-! '. J. 6r -:- efiect the election of Whig Speakerof system of Internal Improvements The depositcs we made in conformitywith Country, is in, accordanee.\jtb\:et.
; ': THE EGIsUf .-On, Monday, the wen) said act., The subject however perence :,,- .
the HousTby taking advantagetheir Qf land destined, for this object as IlS was, qr history yet the .

; ult., :both Houses of the .Genet vicinity to the se'1t'of governmerThe the school lands, it 'is recommendedshalibe laid before Congressjy ,Sem tor VULEE: I t'bich'up to this time! has eQ
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; .. : ;.Assembly,met,at, Tallahassee, but there ,stage .frbmtlfe 'East, and which. T sold] and the.proceeds% invested I at its hte session, and will receive'the for Its vigorous, prosecution D i' "
.:,'". ,. h. being o'quoromthey\ were unableorganize. to"r .' was to,bring,the.\members of the. ,Le:., ,temporarily' h S ChjFec rities. as will dispassionate consideration ofth t body. Jyi 3 proof of the spirit or the '
4 ... ,- islature, from tbe Eastern.counties,'c uld' :yield'! a certain annual income. the' In! accordance with .a r resolution 'passed anti the citizens IIr Floridullfe
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l&.V .".- p., ;';: *{ Oh Tuesday, ,theth, :both Houses< not arrive before tho afternoon of l\Jon.' fund.) Thatv" us, much 'valuable J I land' at the last session.. of jhe General our sister States have in tlik **,
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,. again convened, and proceeded to the day, on which day the "Legislature vas might( be secured ,as was practicable! Assembly, Commissioners' ,were appointed shown themselves! guide b the. 9tr,
S of ,officers In the House of "
;flection i iRepresentatives
1 and "
Col. Robert Browri'tf to meet. The. Whigs attempted Jo i ,two.ngents were appointed immediately to confer with Commissioners, piuribtic! principle, "RH(0,

:..C lambi ; was' chosen speak< convene on .the)morning, for;the election. after .the adjournment of the last Legislature -- on the part of, Georgia. and, Alabama! to our. country first' and last,Pn4.aJlJor? WNSf
ofa Speaker, but the, Middle, and Wes-; with limited contracts, for'the' run and marlc the boundary line,between our country." .
.. of six :Simon Towl
: by a majority! over ''
< tein Democratic members found out Eastern and Southern, two for. the l\Iid- ,the Stales of' Georgia; Alabama and .
: of Leon.. The stood for Brown TAMPICO
vote the game and refused to qualify, so die and two for the Western Districts Florida, in conformity with the treaty L TAKEN'ITHOIIt
19 Towlo 13. blank 1. For Chief. '
; ; 'that the 'Whigs .could ,not muster a of the, State. A detailed statement of I of 1795, between Spain and the United The !' '
i I squadronun'Jer ';
Clerk 1M. D.Papy received 19 Call 4. 0rni )
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; their contracts and of' the' and States. At the of the Execu. _.
in quantity
F Sergeant at: Arms William Blunt quorum. We suppose that revenge request i rived at Tampico on the' 14h' j.. l':

had of five aniforMessei the Whigs \will double the tax on ,3d valuation of the land J located, will be ; tive of this* State, all action upon the I messenger with a.flag was irumtdi A
majority .
; *rate pine lands, and make the East'paten reported early in the session.. i question oftbe,, boundary between Alabama sent on board the tommodorl
i ,,Samuel B.Foster had:a majority i I in the "*
ger offering, name ofthie
,.of seven.* ,times its proportion the land tax '. In. .regard to the condition of i the and Florida, was postponed till the Surrender of the city. aUlho tt,

1 ,Treasury, the message state,. that i the the controversy between Georgia and
.' 'In' the Senate ''Fairbank((Dern.)and I The Picayune states
: MRS. CHILD who has risen to spm that the
Florida should be
present rates' 'upon the property taxed, settled. The C om. .
sailed undtr Com. Connor Lr
:Kel1yVig l ) were nohinated for from
.. eminence in the opinion of boarding if collected, will be amply sufficiek J:1t.J : missioncrs appointed to effect tins bare Lizardo Tampico, on *

4 President, but after several\ .ballotings! school. Misses, by her Laura Matild large J proportion of the demands upon as yet been unable to come to any :I I2ih insi. Oa the Uth CpJofff

in which ifbither received a majority Btyleof writing for Ladies' magazines, the i Treasury are such as could not agreement. Correspondence has, however i crossed the bar "with the SpituV;VIT:!

the uames.of both were withdrawn, and and foreign artists who wanted to be posjibly be anticipated by any sagacity been resumed between the Suites Petiel, flotilla and Reeler reif0 ,

Mr. Mays,' of Madison. was Unanimous' puffed, has lately] taken a wider theme it the commencement of. the year. It of Alabama and Florida, nnd it'is .expected ;t Princeton from the Cumberland, M liuissirm-
t4 and.Su.MaryV
lyelected. and makes terrible attacks upon Deinocracy will depend upon the number and that the settlement of that boun. I opposai&u made to the The&eq
At 3P.. M. a joint Cpnmittee ofI \lnei_
and. slave holders1.' In allud-
i amount of such .claims, whether the dary will shortly be made. arms.

; both Houses having waited upon the ing to a trial she lately witnessed ir; imoi,)nt annually, assessed will be suffi- The excessive inconveniences resulting The Commercial Times'! ernrr\uLat
1 Executive and informed Inn ihat they of who had. in conformity to the views dfS0 '
sundry persons cien: The attention of the Legisi from the ..
were ready to proceed to btsiness, the. rescued from the aboionists is alternating system arc i acknowledged na, who calculates! it stCUls'tfau
runaway negro ure earnestly invited to the subject
Governor by his private' Secretary, she becomes violently excited by the message, but Gov.< strong force will bc required torj.
indmpi is
t urgently recommended that MOSELEY urges, notwiihstand ing, that son it, and thai the American
transmitted his the
Message ;o two Army
and discourses in this wise: riant. amendments be.made in, the will be
t proportionately
which t the law should be modified rather than ueiuntjders k.
Housesof the usual number of '
"I am charged with electricity oireedorrfj ] existjng laws, which provide for the II f were ist ed to the nulitar
repealeJ. the f\IHIP\
copies',was ordered to be prnted.; and whoever touches me with, ; By present act the uiiinder to )c'"C the town, an4
. ; ontiigent" expenses and criminal pro' Judge arc required to in !I 1Icn
word or deed despotism, must expect preside theI; captured by tlt- Squadron watluai
:I I S TUE LEGISLATURE. The. Senate to see the sparks fly." : ecutpons within the jurisdiction of the sexeral circuits in regular succession. i i dc>tiiHte of soldier., ordnance andan.iniiiiitiuii. .

stands. "twelve Democrats; to seven We wonder whether those sparks"have Circ it Courts. It is suggested thata It'is[ suggested that thelaw be so amended .r 'I. fat: uarriMju had cntuated

; 'Vhigs-tbe House, twenty :>ne Demo. ever flown into the eyes or nose ofany tax of one dollar be laid upon all-sui as to give the Judges! themselves the! ,r the place and taken up the line U&ud

crats to.eighteen Whigs. Democratic of those venders of ready made. at C mmon Law and of two dollars on allotment of the circuit, provided that t i liar mi Luis J'oiosi. -

I majority on joint ballot, eight. : clothes, who hold thousands of sickly all Bills' in Chancery, to be appl.cd ex-: no udge shall be allotted to the same !,. Conunoilorc Connor landed about
1 : We shall next, week give a list of the lusively! to fund for hundred and fifty sailors and manna
, 41 young women in our Northern cities, a provided the pay.then circuit twice in' succession. The efle i: ind; with them entered the town aadi

members.- in a etate a thousand times worse than | of the contingent expenses of the of> this will be to lessen considerably !i quartered his men in the citadeL 'ftete

': THE RESULT., -The official list of the that of our slaves. Oh faint and weary I Courts in which such suits shaH or- the ]labors mid expenses of the Judges. i! the remained: nt the last udvices a

r: returns, of' the late election for Representative seamstress, when the scanty pittance ginate. I In' regard to the complaint As doubts have been entertained of i small fljiilla being stationed in the bar-

I of 't is'State; as declared by Died out to you by a griping and sd. which has been sometimes made, that he right of a Judge of the Circuit, : i'hereisJittle bar l to giuird; the danger approach of to the city.
any attempt
the Secretary, of Stale, will be found community, has forced you to star. the expenses of Government are unnecessarily <:Curt to hold! an extra term,' the meage ,, its ri'-cnpture from without. Hut la

; in 'an ther column. From this it appearS vation, or prostitution, do you not envy extravagant, Gov. llosELEYoremarks suggests that the Executive I be I II neu constitute an insufficient force to

j' "that' Mr. CABEL has received a the Southern slave, with the sympathy that on entering upon a State authorized bylaw to issue commissioi I insure tranquillity and obedience whiV
; majority of' 103 votes ,out of an aggregate which. he receives from your. Northern Government, many extraordinary ex,: of Oyer and Terminer, during the vaca. I n. Jt becomis necessary to stre* .
then the and uDder-
; we
\ 'number of 5877 votes polled. So taskmaster, and which you cannot ob. penses must necessarily'be incurred-, tion of the Circuit Courts, to any one rf land, is i the principal motive'tvbkh

then, at length, has Mr. CABELL attained tam in, andthe. thousands which arc lave that. .this' ...Government was, commenced of the Judges, in order, for the !Opccd- irings: Commodore Ferry to our dry.Ie .

the gao) of'his ambition. As it will be ished to induce.him_ to murder, and Ta.'pine" without dollar in the Treasury, that dministratiou of justice and the savin is desirous of reinforcing the frail

his last, so, let it be his sweetest while you cannot obtain a miserable the General Assembly was actively en. of heavy expense to the accused and jetuvhiricnt left in Tampico, by nft ad.

ught'JroJD' the cup of authority. In subsistence. Perhaps you do not gaged for nearly three months within the State. itionul supply.ccetcl of troops. .\ e'tiusttcmy

: gratitude the means which have pro understand the fanaticism of the Abolitionist the half year succeeding the admissionof The message suggests the follbwirij ; fully. We leans thai iiiaccoiiipHshinvbiiiews. : Commodore P:;

: cured his elevation he should vow' 'a. priestesses of your own sex the State. It was necessary, therefore mendmentsto, the Constitution of the considers the possession of I nmp coim.

holocaust'to "that. horse ;" and sacrifice for the credit of the State that the State' for the consideration of the Leg portant to the Untied $tates'in totaj

burnt. offerings to that'buggy." During -, TOBASCO AND TA.m>lco.-Again we taxes should! be sufficiently high to meet ilature.! respects, and is therefore extremely
I have it in our to chronicle new iout* to throw into that town (ont
power these demands. a
,his long absence from East Florida, But from these extraordinary 1st. Biennial instead of annual sea-
and this time ijjlioicnt to bid deliance at once to'ditnfrl -
triumphs our arms
the, 'Men of Barbecues shall not forget ,expenses the State must at no sions of the General Assembly, and the ction within or assaults without its

I' him, and whenever. we wish to engage those acquired by the navy, a branch ofthe distant day be relieved.In term of service so am nded as to conform wall .

1I.\-\ m the, pursuit of knowledge service which has hitherto been regard to tbe Act for the protection thereto.2d. S The steamer Mississippi touched atthe

::11 under ,difficulties, we shall, as a mo- compelled to watch patiently the glorious of the Fisheries upon the coast of A residence of six months insteadof mouth of the Brazos, for the purpose -
of the army.Tobasco of informing General Pattenoa
: mento, attempt earnestly to ascertain progress Florida", the message states that no two years within the State as a necessary .
and Tampico are represented to be ofthe that Tampico had been captured,sad
Fyi : : Mr. CABELL's political' sentiments returns or contributions have been made qualification to suffrage.3d. of notifying him that a remforceoient

ii : through! the medium of His celebrated greatest consequence to us, and accordingly by the Commissioners appointed, and So to amend the l2ih section ofthe would be required from the troops ita-

iiI c' u Circular." great preparations have been as! this source of revenue might be extremely 5th article, that the election of tinned at Point Isabel.

I 3 .Tire 'WEEKLY UNioN."-The enterprising made by Government to supply thci profitable, it recommends thatthe Judges of the Circuit Court be hereafter Commodore Perry will leave tcnty,

with sufficient garrisons. act be repealed or so amended made the and rejoin his Squadron. We hope
i1I. ; publishers of the Union have as by people by general ticket that
the capture of
: commenced' new series of their weekly GOT.'.ni08E.Eir'S HIE8HAGC. to enforce its prompt execution.In from the ivhole State, and that their though it be, may be Tnmpico the first, or II series -

t It paper in a vastly improved form. -The As the limited space of our columns pursuance of an act of the last term of service be limited to not lessthan of exploits that will re.establish our

newfeature of an extensive regular do;.! will not permit us to' publish the late General Assembly a Communication five, nor more than jen years. gallant! navy in the entire confidence ofthe

mestic and foreign correspondence will Message of Gov. MOSELEV in full, we was addressed to the Secretary of the As two of the Banking institutions people. The officers of the Golf

a and the 'folloving.nb Treasury claiming the proportion, ofthe' incorporated by the Territorial Squadron are only panting for a change
greatly increase,its value, ,we refer, present ract to our Legislature to distinguish themselves. We predict

to, the Charleston... .,Courier whose' inimitable readers, of the principle topics thereire'erred : surplus revenue, to which .the State ] : still continue to exercise their they will not long remain without la

% correspondents have so greatly to. We cannot. too highly of Florida was entitled. On the 25th franchise, notwithstanding -they opportunity of gathering fresh laurel.

: ; contributed to its :success, as an evi-' commend. the noble. and lucid style of or' April last, a communication was received have violated and forfeited, their clmrrs Tampico contains about 4,000 infciBmts -

dence that'this will be a profitableex' the message,'.and ,we.feel l confident.that from the third,Auditor; accom- the message recommends that but there arc two towns adJKCfltiipst

:2 periment on the' part Messrs." RITCHIE its suggestions will meet with, that at. panying an account against tbe late proceedings be instituted against them "Vieja and'connected Itamira with which it,called considerably Pueblo

&iHEJSS.: ... tenlion from our. Legislature 'which Territorial Government": for an alleged on the part of the State to rid herself increase the population, on that paithe

'- -' ,theyr;de8er e. balanCe, due. the United States. .of $95- ,of them. A fruitful source of bitter Coast of Mexico. .. .

1'r : "yAnKED-. ,:t r -,- -We. have, re- Gov. MOSELEY first'alludes to,the. interesting 55869.. ,GovjyiosELEY. remarks, that personal and political hostility may thus # -5------- -
-V S p. cejyeathe.. first numbers. ,of this most he (From the N. Picajune 13ih hut.
., is loss)
t ., subject of the Public Laud utterly at a to conjecture be removed.
: exquisite off and gladly -dove: MBARDittENT OF TDBASCO. .
papers granted by..Government to this State withwhat view this Was communicated. The Stale's quota of arms under the '
with its -to exchange. We ofi
comply request been by an
-I for .the purposes of education and In.. or, what connection.. there is between act.; 'bf 1808, has been forwarded from thit.
i----; We shall. hail thy weekly advent, 0 er of the nawho arrived here
"'ternal. Improvement. The i importance his demand for our proportion of theplus.revenue 'V ashington. The '
niessage Portia Ciptf
: Yank e. .jJoodleand, thy hatchet face. ; suggests >rning in the schooner ,
lof a sound system of Public Instruction, su and the. account fum.ished that they be distributed amongst such Powers, six days from Liz&rdo, wba
beaming i with demure sagacity, with't
and the indifference' the Auditor which in the affair of Tobas*,
"' + which has been by professes voluntee.r' companies as now are and was engaged

: periodical tearI,pf joy. JVe trust.that bestowed, upon it our.Stateup'to the to'show that thevarious :officers of f the.Federal hereafter,' may be legally] organized with the annexed; summary and sketcaof
: the citizens;'of,'Florida will: speedily the proceedings of Cora.Perry,with tie
:time is "detailed Government have for their
present 'eloquently .. misappliedthe upon security return. under hid
S detachment
avail .themselves of' an : to"Unghand.ferdw ( vessels sent
s opportunity inefficiency of all former public m.oneys.placec in their hands The subject of the losses *
I ,, fat r' Legisla"! by the late against Tobasco. The enterprise
by subscrirjingliberally.'to
f, p\ ive attempts to secure this large. proerty to defray the expenses of the late Indian Seminole war are alluded tfi, anda de- altogether successful. The object,.Ci .

S ) :..:' J ijs'most scoriating JourJTHE > from destruction are exhibited, war. .If- it be 'intended'as a 'set-off termination man'ifested.to make every expedition i was to. cut out. certij ;
4 i, na1Is.'" .."Ii;:" .. t j ind.,it is earnestly recommended'to.the the claim of this State'for its propor.tion effort'to> 'obtain from Congress: theirremuneration. prizes .anchored' in the river. Th'were ,,'
all the city
taken. When !
S !to
; : t SENTINEL, from a:paragraph jnA present Legislature bestow its'serius of .the surplus revenue: Gov., 41 summoned to surrender, the pe0were .. .,

"JBattlmorc* '*** tf paper .has, made .the dis- : 'attention to trie, '.subject. Governor ,MQsEiir: .solemnly .protests againstsuch I The message qloseswith. a review oftheJoreign all in favor of yielding at OflC'The ::'

,hezj&Bg4iscovCrythat Mr.''CALUOUN ifosELEY represents'the ruinous! effects; a charge against the 'State, nnd'requests and;domestic;,policy of our .governor and soldiery oppo .I?
and the.Democracy of the.South have '\irtiict, ; Jbave resulted.. from, leasing out the Representatives'of,the'peoto rernment. The settlement ef theOregon time was given for all) peaceable per''t 5.
h *
C 'n Intention i 'off 'conciliating'the'North he. :jandsbelonging: to' the State,.' and 'pie' operate with him in ,such,pro- boundary-the annexation of women but and chifdien get would ootoC not.*ali-- .
S iJiw,,1,._ ,.fk." s,. witti. J.:P... HALE,. and AD, proposes :that these:}'lands should 'be'. iet.; In: a v-r subsequent. communication" fever 'the independent "public of Texas,- any way one,,; to leave governor, so, that it is Jm

.. ';. : met Mgaeio&a and sleepy'Sentinel lwe. at'some future..!period i to ,the ;purposes! in relation to" this subject, ofa high protective, tariff,.are, .alluded meat were, not solders. SOHBA "t1tregulars I
:. : ) eyoEahat-: we'imperatively'caUjrpo 0" r for which. ,tliegrante: .were .intended.: na t allusion whatever., is made to' 'the to as subjects of especial gratuktion.war were killed. Had jt i tI11GI. ; I;
'" f'
that execution principZ'upqn
J 6a C ldfeirriquentsM'J .aid) :In .regard the :((fund intended for above:account.either I -- against i in 'Mexico t the was
: ? .,** as'a charge war, ; although it may inoffensive the city. '!' ,....ftbave
JVf< attnt. .v5 v' 'i--4tt*' ? tV"v* 4 S '*" }' ? i ?f ; person,
: m di chwgisg this! ottoc4ebts! intezna1-inproee4ib. !,mijo ia- t i.Stoteforthe' of the:Indian ,b ,rret,. (t'd. ,, frotn. feelinge 'of'humanity- with tat.1. fex ',
.. .i : expenses be demolished.
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r. 4Cntf-the' Charleston I

.aild the hospitals. P ,, leCt., The most important :event.m-We announces Co! Elmoij'ie :;'t'eR o&4'&Col.'Newa.Da A ; : r.. .K.U'I'" ...r':10".t'-.'

a the 17th, Commodore rry war with Mexico j is,.in pur! oprnjon, :the .IP candidates Tor *: McDufEe" lion ..- ..-
the small! vessels (or Tobasco, sur- Tobasco,by. ;Coru_Perry- ,*- r tift ...L_
"di conquest,of vacated seat in, the Sen,ite.. 'Tbe.g n- 'r\r.ti" 11
that river a.numberofpri : are''obliged to en, $1...r ehxAI'
pisiDg.in nnd this opinion we era! opinion J is that Cot 'Elraore will .
the Armada is one. The city that officer ."to i I...[100] .1
jbich r
tertain' although elected.
SUTt -' : ,JVI91] e.
'\1'1 summoned to an unconditional"nunUl have taken no' measures to ,secure,his 'L-I 0'\' : ; \ "r.1si! J'' .

reDder, and upon an emphatic! I conquest.; for we cannot convince! rsch.cs .C rnthod Connor; hod, chief corn- ; ] .o' ( ,,If..h., o..itl
commodore opened on it from his that the country will be .so blind mandof,the. Jition. .hi A i | :: > : t'r- .-**** .
\he Tampico .exp 1 ; .
the fire being-re- few urc"gjv, *. '.
vessel the Vixen hesitate' for ;
as to
interests ,- '
toiLs true \
4" Di.tr--
houses !l WW*
tufOed'ith'musketry'' from one moment to' send'for its, retention a ,:Tlze Negro .tcfcft.of' Magnetic Line., : : h.ip t the-
!'nd barracades across the streets.- .sufficient garrison. hnportnntit is, '-The Telegraph, between .and ,-_sLt. | !1\t8, J. d"fI,1t4t
following day, the foreign consuls of the force employed, re,"rd:s*: 0
Tbe not on account Lowell is a Bhifiless'afTair'\ arid in -'
inhabitants i very : l \f .
and some of the principal 'the resistance overcome, but from several) ; .. ,
Com. places, the wires have heen.bro-: n' zi. n '!r hIllS
lot off, under a flag of truce, to and the interest with which ken BY S
its position, a long time. We were exceed-: uinnrtrMWQ
praying that lie would order regarded by all ]and esat'(tb"*.
ferry its occupation iugly amusedthe other
day to b I'ar'the' ;
military tl
that the. uneJiuntSmi.snil .
cease, statihg commercial '
firing to the world, and the supremacy comments of of
a couple :country ;
negroes .tlnpkm*.recri M
commandant had neither propertynor which it will give 'to the nation by ,'who were waiting the. Winter '- uf M
interest theic,'and that the avenues which if may be permanently occupied. Hill :depot. g.1 I irrd 'thinrrti: 1!I] .
from the city were warded by The project of a canal from the Atlantic Look a ,hea Jake .what call dem 4y,. v ..1
of woman ? you \ ; \ Civais -.h1
preventing the escape has for been a W' *tnrk 1" ,
soldiers, to the Pacific, years ar. |)i.|,: "
and children, some of whom had ,the 'commercial Ibatarl' "f,".' wh l < 'ai.t.s
nations '
favorite one among '\\ : : : ami I IM| .t i
been killed by the bursting of the shells. of the world. Two points were, 'Dem ar I ipiitito.Vhiat /*"*' .. cart malt l I l .HW bnifir i asl
C like a brave man, at once sucha ; .ivrHnrijri! .r4,I3)
The om., selected which it was supposed '\ ( dem rb ,
idea of the empty honor of of ar posts. : ?/: f tbrntrS3..[ '
made the
canal could be '
are up "
Ye/ ,
niggard areposts. 't-.i"'Jt .
reducing the place, and promised. to Panama and the Isthmus of Tehuante-. .'Wliat, (scratching 1 his head'dem_ar nmll, I t.lri'1, ,WIll, os.
molested.The ly '
the next day, if not has been decided to be I !] ",'4'tirni '.fhe.o
leave : the wid de and I .1I
pee posts, glass "
next morning, however Lieut. Purer the latter, it is believed, I rug. '! MIM991.. Will-
I impracttble- Yes, de same identical. : Gl ..
Drifted wilhin I [ ]and Cb
of'the .Mississippi in, small sloop, affords an easy route, and, judging 'You sees dem .horizontal wires 1 1 I glM,I ;
a few yard of shore a from numerous surveys which have Well- de de wires ft l ,d.C t\uy..mw.r, '
WheeJock and some posts support large '
tvith Midshipman been made the undertaking uld be 'U., -
= T
t with him where be was fir- 'Gosh It takes you nigga. : T. A CIJ Ep. U
twenty men I almost certain of success. This route, J.t"k" I | '
'But what's de wires for l'{ Stated
body of soldier H-rvmry. ,
ed on by a large if has Tobasco for- its port on 1 Forii ; '.%__" j ,0''
adopted. ,
'Be the"other i .
defended himself gallantly and sue- wires, said completely M. "
He the Gulf of Mexico and the Uay of 'Comptroller. ..
with the: loss of bitl one man, at fault for a moment, but suddenly ,. l
', Santa .\ aria for its terminus on the the ;
iiamiIdod into the stream. Lieut. lighting up with intelligence, 'De wires ( .. Reward !:.
aud excellent in lh
I'acifc-bulh: safe and .
dcvp, ''
CharlesV.: Morrisiciing I ns Com.Terry's is to keep 'de.postsDaguerreotypes up.' lie; .. >. .,. .
J aid) was despatched with or- i I; harbors. ._. .i I I -. ) : : .'. .{ Flerl4K.. .

abandon hei who tJj: execution wanting in the .9r cn*tl' .1.
drs to au TAMPJCO.. y"l I \ o-ftifiVd mmeth. v
of this Juty, fell morinlly u-uuii'led. : A correspondent of the Republicanstates -A volunteer the Kentucky" regiment and. nwhiieniAn. ,in.lU 1 .

He \\as shot hi the necky the ball glan- that Capt. Tatnall., Q. S. N., has writing to a friend in Lexington, ) Hinty ..f/,IZlcf..iM.,t

tin? downwards, and survived till the been appointed by Commodore Conner, Ky. says: j jI D on,un! Samuel knacciMitiopof l Woo l..

third day. His i fall, the first officer Governor of Tampico, with about 150 miss one thing'very much out hire; ( .. In tI L S.t;..

(and a brave a'.d accomplished one he men in the citadel. If a horde of,-Mexicans ',and if 'you'have a chance you must .|)"ofwtid Sherjffft(
the in this war, al- send one-that is the T and i i. no li-
waso\ :l to navy were to attack him we would expect me Daguerreot "'"
little to be itovvn in the likeness of some girl. I am ot of ,. 'If '
mercy him to immortalize himself, as did pretty I i feet A inc&s.lngb.
fare which was immediately: resumed Croghari at Sandusky. very particular] 'which'one. Almos{{all i nn" eje'. eye-IasheeJn';

bvoyr >qua.lron; and a considerable! i He is the second Georgian on whom the boys have one with the except!onT the br bitth, ami. ,a,

put of the O"II.I.sad. been haltered the title has been conferred in Mexico. of myself] and it puts me ,to consiij S c...-!
when Com. P.' uciitdtd! linttbrv ably trouble them th t Iwill ; the aodJOrn1."I
iown! rry Gen. Twiggs liaringbeen Governor of borrowing so reward of Two
had been sufficiently puuished, Matatnoras. not forget how our ,girls look If cast '* 'and ;!-

and- I left for Anton Lizardo with the Commodore Perry, we learn from the you can find any young lady who eight uf A lachna. An lf

Ilillr Delta, left New Orleans last Saturday will send me a 'copy, do so' by to aid in bla>
list Mexican focc:8 350 regular evening to join the Mississippi, off the means, and if I -ever reach Mexicwill nine and the Great Seal"' '

UO\'V$, with four pieces of cannon: bc- bar, and will proceed direct to Tampi reciprocate the favor.' V 1 .'.". *, at the Cnpitoriai

iJe s ai: unknown number of armed co. He took with him eight splendid In : fny November' ,'A 1"

jwaMHt>; ail 01'wli4 in were posted in brass pieces of artillery, six 6 pounders Singular.-Intoxication from 'os-' to of American 'Ind' .t"'
nii.itaVyVtirks: or 1:1 iheoccupatuuul ters is said to have been experienced of ': *
*4rutr; an J two howitzers, the guns used by D/MOSELET; *-*
V.oneor )CZi1: :kJe': ; ence we ;: by sailors shipwrecked near New Hol *
j the artillery battalion of that city, with ivernor "tFlorda.-\t
cjuiJ only reach them with our great about 200 rounds of ammunition to land. They reached that coast after Dc'4 4t'. ;

guns aud at every disjJxantage.Heilih each piece. The guns and munitionswere undergoing the greatest privations, the' :' AMBLER. would.,

of me q.laJl"onoIerfectly promptly placed the dispositionof daily allowance for each man having notice that lie.bae .
IIOJ" been one-iwenty-fifth of a pound of himself la Jack*." J
the Commodore Gov. Johnson
by .
There is Mexican force of From | when applied for. About 50 U. S. recruits bread, a quarter of a pint of :water, .,.place try, ,and lot enda havmc.to
fue to six thousand men ut Alvarado. and occasionally a teaspoonful of rum.. ; : ,-
under the command of Captain :De*"'io i''
They hare placed across the mouth of Crittenden, embarked on the same boat Parties went on _shore and returned, ta 'the vicinity. ,,tw1* .
the river three strong chain cables, and highly rejoiced having found plenty l1 the general"
for and be followed ina \
Tampico, are to deJlCe.
nidi voxels on the 1M:. It'would be of and fresh water _
oysters on %
few 400 mounted riflemen
days by performed a>4
entirety useless to attempt the place expected hourly to arrive in that city which all got intoxicated. The Bos' .'.-.i. .

aj'aiu iy d naval lorcu.tFr. .. by way of the river.It ton Transcript knows an old, man of ki'p fo an caw its, .
-- -- that who states the circumstances tf
city : 't:4
... ,
...ntlie New Oneiin: ltir-t."ne.22d inat.) is stated that the Secretary of the of a case where a man became'intoxi, .. : .-

LATES FltU; HAVANA.TU Navy is about to fill up the Navy with, cated from drinking cold water!! inr..nn."wfn.t.d.p CIay'IIItL- .

h brig Titi, I'apt. Brown, arrived the full complement of men allowed by Jefi.* that be has justrre*!',

;(!ie.u4y 1'rom 1 liatau.i, having sailed Congress. It is stated that the naval "What !" said an ex-volunteer to a of Goods, marl I .

tit! Hie Iftii HIM. and bringing us paiue apprentice C? system is to be immediately comrade, whom he thought be had left, this marker, and.

. II r lu the 13th. revived. at Monterey, but whom he found en- ,salt.. purchasers AU iod.-s,f-"
leports that nothing has been gaged in the very difficulty location of Duv ( jn payment fur r
!ii>ueas jet under thc letters of Inarque Cowardice.-The following officers driving a lot of swine; "YVhat!" he repeated St. .t_I .

aad naturalization: wnich Mexico has j are dispossessed of their commandby "do I find you herel I thoughtI C.' FRKSCOTT.. .,tJ

sent there fur sale.! Froml very inlere order of Santa Anna, and directed to left you with the army." Ab, no," <_., ., ., .

>iuig aumucrciul circular of the 12thlast. proceed to the town of Los Hazos, to replied the comrade, "you see I have Su. .1 ,?.,*

\rc extract a paragraph: touching be tried for having misbehaved before abandoned the sword and taken to the 'or.be general'
has dettrnrined ,. *
Gen. Don "
taese Seller:-.. t the enemy at Monterey. pen. at a reduce1 **

.. \Ve uuwcrsiairl l letters of marque Antonio Maria de Jaurequi, and Don 'cent and a half per' :

tare iseii receivea here from Mexico, Simeon Kamirez: Colonels J. Carrascoand "You look like death on a pale borse," "Bi bee will recetv,.*v'I. .

suia letters of naturalization likewise, N.: Encisd; Lieutenant Colonels J. said a gentleman to a toper, who. was .Jacksonville free ef*'."

'lor wle. ir. the printed instructions Castro and J. Fernandez; Majors J. M. pale and eth ciated. ,"1 don't know .: : owtter1.d to them. OreVra at that aifv:)

t attached to the; letters of tnaique, it i if is Bena, M. Landeros and L. Ramirez, anything about .that," said! the \toper,I .\ptJ .

: Mated that captures are to be taken to and the Post Adjutant of the battalionof "but I'm death on pale brandy !I"t Si: SAMMIS. .

: Mexican part-, bai li that is not prati-(j i San Luis, M. Huerta. General 1 | f \ ._________7t.__ -"''q .

:* | cable, they are to be carried to neutral | ,Ponce de Leon is charged with preparing What mouth can hold the largest amount Flor e. ,

: ports,ami will there be condemned by the accusation against them. of fish 1-The mouth of thfe riv ,. iMned out of ibe, +rf. ,
. thcAlexican Con>ul. We believe, how- i er.-Pro. Ga:.. Circuit{
f France. the _____ El I olll.xpo..topob.
4 tier, that 'uy tilt treaties between the Bankruptcies, says in *. ( : H,ttw in tbe'l i', .
-1 United States and Spain, the latter Reformer, "are of daily' occurrence _Reason for Stopping a/ wpap.i- ,on' Ihefi.UMOOdI11

. power can neither Dllow privateers to Paris. Petty merchants continue to, A,subscriber to the Boston Bee recently : th. legal hours efv.
be fitted shut up their shops, the pawnbroker'soffices .male slave,called
, his
out in any of her ports, nor stopped paper, in consequence fits
ibf t1
with the W. as property
are besiged applicants _
r l permit American vessels captured and containing an"article" headed'" )ur, in' el 1i.
' banks ill be the I .... .
savings u soon .
empty; .
brought in be condemned and Relations
to. ; we Mexican. assigning as a I ed ,
J hare good grounds for the conviction hospitals are crowded, 115,000 indigent reason, that "a, man who had Mexican ." SberiffO. ,C. '' ..4\1 .

.ff that our Government will faithfully ad- depend upon public charity' in Paris; relations was not to lie depended on." ..
the full and the winter will : :
f.-.. here to those treaties. We suppose prisons me ; '. Sale. ;' ?

.._F. jjher waited governments at peace with the throw employment.about 100,000 Our prospects workmen are out indeed of. The Charleston TCews. thinks that ,'d\ :.Monday"JIMt. bouts ta Jaaoarr of 10 4 ".. .-,". '

Stales will act on the' same sad." Fort Marcy is a, bad name.for: the fort > WML Quarter W-

"r principles;and if so, privateering enterprises very which.is' being erected at Santa F., as 7, Townsbi jp", ,
. will be rendered difficult besides West Quarter of the
; Jin American } ominous breeches.
ji is (
fiSiO1Zar7J.-VIENNA d
S. *aich, the fear of treated 18, Township If]
being as pirates D. l
20. Letters from
Constantinopleof t.lftmr. 80 acres, er,' "
. by American vessels
is li-
ely war, 7th inst. speak of a victory North ;fi good one.-'How seldom it happens ( .. due on :be-jsame't' ;r
to deter
t. t em. persons.from entering into. American diplomacy has obtained in ," remarked o 'Iriend.to'another, :whb' 'the all costs ta ie and. Tie exf I__ ..
_- .
;. that city. Dr. Smith, an American "that we find ,editors :bred to the busi In I vyTooaty OIl'

.,. British Squadron ordered missionary ot 'Erzeroom,- was lately ness." ) : r. 'above the w.Jff1.aft'. 10
Portugal. treated in: and owned aad .
improper manner.-, "Quite other .
) very as se1dom"replied'thie ,. '
, The London Times of 3d inst. and "*
hounded _
b3'u. S. .
says Mr. Carr d'affairs of the U., '.
,ii4Th Sail intelligence received from States the, Porte -"that we.find,.the business. bread to theeditorL .. .cut' ) I"I'CPnaJ1P''e.a* ,
'1ft..' t&niral Sir \ Parker, was dated the at addresed very energetic A } 4 l.11I be sold s'. .
note to thfe Divanand demandedvery .r-v '
E. '
., [ r"l "
r -ih ult. He was :then with his ;' \ :,
categorically, ano with a.threat of jw arrWr, SberUT ';; .,_.
Lj squdron.saiJing} for, Lisbon with ; R. \ '
a ,' :
North American cannon immediate alt. has Bn h.. Levy eouaty. ... .
.- flew of aflording protection British On aiuUy ijw,29ib ; by .E.q.- S S .
to indemnification and satisfaction for this Mr SAMUEL)GREEN, .to" .J. DYE. aU of '; 1 4. ,
\f.: bjeets and property there, and, if,net American citizen. The' Porte:seemed : th.p1sc.', :,: -- ,$jt : 'ff-t<'

tW sarr an asylum Her .Majesty and tn have no mind to become 'Tld.leve doth iometimw eh.age, fit huff, a, 'flt iA me by law, I 9i-
the .
iji Royal family. His mission would retU Oort Heeew. 4 .
' J oL authorize him to interfere in the in- in r this manner" with.the. American _AidI.aLeaittosigh.i '. ,, :: ) .'couniy.*!'DowL YM.'; '.-
ftal men-of-war, and ordered the Pacha of May thT : (7rees erchwije to tlxct- : i next.-Tbe roIl .*,*& ,
' dissensions of the .
countrybut .
Uodin' N .tbf Sws .
Erzeroom immediately to pay'io' Dr.. But prove e DJt. as willpey .ttT..
i% t 'i to protect, as far as passible, British Smith' 200 i -.I .* -- -' < cUt? Tu br&.*la. .
;:! .' lIterestl from any.danger to which, in 12 of the sterling,.and to put in prison 15 We would pot quesU.n.hy. they! .wed; ..' .' f. ; Uad.\" and. %*rf? .. .
b rioters who, had ill- Id. trJf
'tf : coarse of the insurrection, they so Korwk them of their roeaai, fr Trart
i treated the missionary. : ".< ja: v* J l |to fcbtf beirf.f Bsur: \iio \:' :
\i1; 19bt be exposed. Iw Bvttbjnkjtuley' ;n *j; H ?t. .-H,r- < i.e ,m. |be-?$t_ JebM. n ': ,
f. .
; Confined to his, bed.-Major General T1wyaarrint4fuS1orGrftU.! .: D." Je pK and WMdt "k. _' '
I Ull.ittd States Senator.-Thev Hon. 1 Gaines is quite. ill in New York I- ] : acres OB tfcsj 'v' ., -
torge E. lice JasffhiPfd *nd f : '' '
-1 Badger has been ;
by much so that he it ?
i \\ h I is obliged to keep his Per StNmftrSt..Mauhewi from Savanaah'Tiot.30th. : : l e lsi- : < '- :
J 1, g'caucus of the North ,Carolina bed. r \:.
His >
* : nlaiure i complaint is pulmonary,pro .- MiM SUd I ej WU Hrpritt,'Mr, Tr Elkeo ,; J I .: f'd'....; -f 5 .. .;.". ;' .
! .fill '
.4f .to Air. Haywood'0'1 duced by a violent'cold though' ( owner." : ,.: ,
no Dr.Suiwfw.
: ; \%ebb,Mr.SIsdeDr.WiirdemanivMr
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' in .
the II. :
c 7 States Senate. He will l ious | ,
. ,. .. 'e : apprehensions! are'Celt'a present Martio,Jt.,.I.Di. .. J. M;D. Smith,, o D.Sberif. '
l" ,
, of course.s. .. .to the issue .
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: ." 8I1erYl'.: Sale.. ?. ? ? 'V. sW.DOGGETT8: V +" ,, .) -f ; Z4C O lY ,ILL. : ,...11 ..1.1It 4 ", '

.. .B.Yl.l..orramF ., one luu' V -ot"'d' ,:t t.t '. Uw'EcwEBTER: V'r f'"tlT BiSeCt ap 'i1tird; U"8''tIU .

: 4 'COU /',h..eLhtt..r .. .. ", ." ; \ f .4- ., V thtibote, *.stal111.shmetith .a view to the. Cr"k..1\t.IMI. J tt.t" .
"' \ 'c <
: ,
uvhkmro4. :
;, a e ,.. Circait Court of the"Ea.i." Cit.I t ., Jo '(renter convenience. and accommodation tho,*' S.. Mar;'. Bruaawkk, ",.j,_ _
colt of Florid. *, for tbe cowrty of Dotal,.I:will'exMM V :DiAtkM'fa'tWfolIowlflg! articles. which; will be: hem HI health 0;.pleasure,might attract tit this "Le' 11. S. Atail '. to *al "
.t > w PsWto Ssle,;In froaiof tbe:Court HOUM, old oa at're maW. term*..as any oih rr esUblUhmcnt portion of Florida;., ilttits tlie patronage ef the 'ffg' + "

z ia tile,city t>f' JaekswfiUe in'iaW'coaatj, on the! in w Souther country. public; tnusingh.t eonevwbu may favor him, will Jiif. ? r'\tal.r\ JffSS&jlt

I first,Moadsy' ia Nov mbeiA. D.. 1846, betwetatk : COMPLETE ttssortment, Agricultural Implements find_anything requisite ta their comfort,neglected. Let, hat

!tks legal. boms of tale on that day- Att that car- SEMINARY.THE : A ijnststinj of 28 diflerent. si e.. nd The. healthiness of Jacksonville!' .protection haufrif,'hrr.!Jerks and; coLi.!*. _T Tlaii,.-
!; tala' 'tract of land situate,Ijing aid being in tke : ..' patterns of PJ *h". Hoe, (various :kfnds) Axe, from the harsh sea breexes urn! its eauiaess of access someiy! furnished and ,..
and abo&\t' COUfle"Or. instruction :pursued ia tlils Trace Ox Chains. Shovels and .Spades,,Hay much "Ilttd, .; .
.IIt'er Dnval. on the. West side of and .from any point' have alwajs :secant! it she I Iraprtived. As r..
,LaU Peuburf Creelt,'and within the' lines of a ,.it founded upon the principles of I la* and:'Manure F w, Patent and American Scj the., "reputation of l eii g ,tn roost advantageous placu i fort, sbr cannot.be acco.a. .

;, Grant, kDown at Richard's Mill Grant bounded asMIovs dacti.n aad analogy. Students who 81'"'unprepa- Reap Hooks, Crain Cradles,.Corn Shelters', Otn In East Florida, Cor.tI,. resort.of invalids, during rutlt,. ThM 'buat will'. .._.

t ;. : .commencing'at a 'post or stake, marked ,red to enter college, may.'here, pursue'.the requlsiie.studics and.Cob Crasrprs...Portable,French Burr GristMills *the winter season.. To such, I"on'. he offers accommodations Thursday morb'ing, 'L.f..rj,.... ._ .

t 'with a'cross; on the JiorthWesi corner of .said ; while those, who are not desigaetl 1 Hand Cctn MiHStraw' Cutters,'Ox Yokw, which he. hopes will prove acceptable d.ily line cut steamers, f CnarV.'.1..
I 'Tn t.'utlrun lnc.from thence Eastwardly sixtrsaren for a profession, can select such braacbt as may Patent Churns,Foot Cotton Gfns, Saw Gins,.Pat- and medical advice, of the highest! oider errryeteninj. ,.. .

'chains to a water Oak,'marked ,'ih.acr, ., bet suit their object in life; ,CUll Fan Mills aid NsiU. -V can be. commanded in the town, they may rely Alsu, I'sssenZra wI4jnz 4 4
.n,the bilk of the aforesaid Creels ; from thence I The regulations the institution are formed Full assortment of White Lead, Colored Paints upon the most careful attention.As b1z ,or.r..rque (tile wfllch ao .ike pett.'.
Suthwardly by the Creek sixty chains'1.0 a pine, I with the single design of promo ting the tntelhrctu and Painter's.articles; Sperm, Whale Linseed and visitors'from the North have occasionally delayed 'Thursday end Ssutusrday fur.,... ,

te, : marked with a cross; from thence WestwarBJy ,al 'and moral advancement of its members. Castor'Oil,Spirit Turpentine,'Varnishes,\iadow their enmin,. under the impression that tint anial olt.e 51; J.I\J..w.r.,N ev T.. .,

.id- to a pine, 'marked with.across; from The discipline it intended to be strictly parental. Glass \Vi d..w Salh. bouse ,. filled lh" subscriber takes this n'ppnrtunity i'arnnXer.. -il'l' i wr FlOrid.:r

1t: thence Northwardly.sfcty chains. to the aforesaid The Preceptor desires to cultivate with his pupils ,GunPowder: Shot. Bar,Lead, Percu.l n.Caps to assure such, in future that, Is that case, bu.r,1 "(e-irlwr'hlJff, ifrrcpuir Le"IIf', lJ" t

iv '{inning post'or Make.. Saul tract of Land coa- habftsVof.kind.nnd. familiar intercourse,and ,Foolscap,, Letter, \Vrappirigand PRINTING I he can always provide them temporarily with comfortable The .110. boat will J... .. _,
!. to influence them rather by an tn the better PAPER PRINTING Vrhing INK. Leave rou.
1 liiuwgihree hundred and wtventy and 51 Otbs acres, accommodations in tbe town.* J'iltatk eYf"1 '
1I I omveved to Fortune Richard by James,W. Bryant principles of the.heart,' than by severe and disgraceful i Carpenter and Coopers Edge(Tools; GARDEN OLIVER WOOD. .'ic"'ft'. TUfte''I, .

I aad HamsonR. Blanchard by deed bearing date punishment.An SEED?. warranted as good as any to be found. :Jacksonville,' Dec. 19, IS45. ly LlIarkCrppk .' S. h <

; December 26th A. D., 1845. Levied 1 on and wi II accurate account of the delinquents of every ,Orders thankfully received and promptly attended 1_ J..Icuntilka', S P. f. \

I Wsold to satisfy'the abovn mentioned two execu- scholar, and clso of tbe degree ef attaiameat to.; V FORWARD & 'ALDRICH I'nr f.eh& or passage. IIIhr. IS .
I Is kf'ptLa of which in ,connexion Sanonab Ga.. June 19th, 184ft. onboard 'rr', Ie Capt,1j
f teat,' ooe in fEvorofJnhn .Broward, the otbsr.ln copy account ur to ,1j,
; (atjiJsmvsArrnnrng. with the regular term bill,. transmitted to every ;. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.02f" WOODA. & ;,
TUOS. parent.or guardian, who may desire it. Stateofriorida., Will practice in the several Courts of Law CLACflORY J'
LEDWITH Sheriff D. C. ;
and the Eastern Circuit of Florida. s.EnNANDF.z
By A. W. : ." -
,:: WM. A. FORWARD. S.. Au< ii tine. & nJSB
: Jacksonville,, October 2.M. 1846. Higher Branches, ., $8 00, Philip R' Yonge surviving Loots Aumictr Newnaniville.LIViNGSTON T A' tI.J..1
i S 87 WHEREAS '
above sale is .f .
postponed by coasent Common'Blanches. a 7 00 ef the Last Will Testament coy -'

a forties from the first Monday in ,November, la Latin and Greek Classics, extra. of John .Fraser deceaseil, did, on f he third dny of & DOWNING A,,.,. 8-.1 t
M4ndy the seventh Jay of December. next.Nov. Lessens In French, given at.t the request of parents. July, A. D., 1846;' ia obediencf. to .an order at DrThP sicamer SARAh
6th.i Chambers the'Jud: of this Court m..denn she ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. in t"un..rI un will M. ,??,. ... t., S

i : Any pupil withdrawn from the School'btfora the, 25th day March; A. D., 184tf, Jife in thi. Court Will prncticn in the several Courts of L*, LisLe re"'rce-I one hundred a.1 lw. Fb *
Sheriff's Sale. end of the session, 'except fur reasons. which, the on account of his Administration as such Executor: and Equity in the Kuotern Circuit of Florida. ,,e P.bika sip, rll"'St. John's ihrt", .**I

7. Stile on Monday.5th Octaltr.virtndofan Principal approves will be 'required topty. for)tbeuncxpired of said Lost Will and. Testament' of said John 'IL (i. LIVINOSTOK, Newnansville.C. Se.,... 12.. 134G. V

p. By Execution isung! out f.( the part tint session. Frasef, deceased. V W DoW*i NO. Fort Kin*. -- -
: Circuit Court ef the EttternCircuh of Flu No deduction will bit made ia the charge againsta Thtsearo thereforeto CITe and ADMONISH all PJoriila and SaVRHflI.,

J,I { 1.1-1: shall offer.for sale at public auction in front "pupil fur occa ional' 'absence. Iif cuss
;| .f the. Court House door in the Town Alligator, sickness requiring the pupil to be witb- :or residuary, ,creditor and generally' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, TIIEreuilurStsm r.'STO .\."
iff' Wt wren the usual hours of safe: nn the first M onoUy drawn from the School proper deduction will be and fvery person or persons interested i in the premises Jacksonville Fla. &t / Cart. F..I''k ,ar I r.

.ef October (5th) next, ill the right title and made! V to be and appear before the said Judge of live .r I'uill..'Pf Fl da I'.
t : Interest which Antonio Alvarez Administrator of Patronage is solicited from none, who have Met saidjCnurt, at a Term of mid Court, to bo heldat AUGUSTUS C. lug ni U A. t. on men ".1&! mail -j ","
ibe.e'lateof Joseph M. Arredundodeceased. had an unqualified confidence in the ability ,and inttg1- tho Court House in Jacksonville in DUVH! county, GJLLETT, P. M. for &?.MI, "in 1".I"rin. JIr .I

: .r which said e tate had on the econd dy ofApril fit, of the Principal. on Sktunlay.the twenty eighth (28)'day of No- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S,. 3'ctrr", nnd' oil ib.r rnun..ial"' | ".

I IZ J9, in and to,the following described prc"Thirtyeight The school is cow ia a flouriihiag coadjtioh. vem er next ensuing; there and then lu shew cause, 1 Jacksonville, Fla. 2riv. in S",,".. early ,M, SwsJy .;.III II

k aIMa; The building is a large commodious and elegies if an they haveor, con have why the said Account l'assene'r,, fee CenI..on ccii keys' If $.' I,
) thousand( acres of land' situated on' structure, recently erected by Florida Lodge No. of tb aid Philip R. Yongp, as'Executor, as aforesaid mUfJtIm ( rotfJt, in llw ev..ning in II.| d..aIlinlt .r SI.-. .k

%oth'..rein.ora creek which unites itself with the 1ofLO.O.F. fthoutd not be allowed I>y this Court. Watchmaker and Jeweller Thp Glll"n misuse in (""'M'r.iuois..
Hirer Suwannee culled( Alligator Creek cominenTnr The J locrttioa is on. of well known..lubricla..d Witness.. my name and l ..,1$ of Court ntJnck No. 5 MAia-sTUKKT. \...I.I'.rnViM.r') lric Umw st I'.,.
about reven miles Wet of on. Indian Town, .U easy of access. Board may be obtained at rcasonnble .nnviIleState nnd cotlnty nrunall1.l. New "'.tI.k. .r wbkli "".. J..'n.. .,' .
,t rolled ,\Uie"turTo.-n.which i i. in tho.North Wri rates! respectable families in the pac.! I [L. I.] .thi Fifteenth ((15) day of OntnW, in Respectfully informs the citizens morning. 3t..l.J I
1. ** : Jacksonville J.;. F. March 27th 1846. of Jacksonville ami its vicinin',I but Tbt Gn" 1...
direction about forty mites dUinnt from I'A'O-' 11HOL.lIES the year of our Lord one thousand, fight .iii not ri-liim In lawL: t.
t Town.and about eighty miles distant from Kuna- hundred and forty .ix.WM.F. he hu removed t.' bo hou;c imirwmhiiitely her w.wy lu Sn vMnnnh.KAME8 .$'4I I

; .iua..which parts are known underhea denominatirt ., CRABTREK.Judge ;S I adjoining tho I niie ,recently OF.PACKKT8.IK .
& CO. V V
of Alachu; and which' tract was granted to of Probate( ,county vf Duvul. occupied, n* the printing TIIP1.. cllml''''': 1)114) 'in.. .i' h,,
:. F 'M. Arredondo, on or before tktf. 24th day of 1JFESSItS. HOLMES & CO., have removed WlLOo six A. FOIIWAHD, Kq.- 'l .ffir..r the"Florida Stuitesinuus,.a nil i i. HOW prepared *.1'1oI.rlH..1) ''r''.''! rvrsy Ii.s.Isy a.".,

)March 1817. to satisfy: a judsnwnt in favor of 1yJ_. their stock of Merchandize to tho laro Vector in Philip R Yonpo, Ex'r. $ to execute uiih rnunJ.itlltf.nlJ orders ",.. nri ixCUXTO.X.T.'LT.M.; ..",.,.J""L :

.11.. .. E.. Levy. T. B. FITZPATRICK. building formerly occupied by tim United States, >bear IGih. 1846., 7t nmeteilwithth'isivi'. lists'. nri;: Al'GUs-r A. A.M.. :1..I..r.
U ":,'. Sheriff Columbia Co. known as tho Government Building. 'They |have Mr. Grot be would nUn fny. llmt tiP |ins ,1"1(,. J..... 23. .F P.

z Allieator, AuXut S3.1846. added totheir, stock by the Into arrival from In C1i'cult'COu. mined to confine his attention in future, rxchuivi- New lurLU: N()X.\\ Klf-.y.: "...,,, ..
3 1 !?The above sale i. pOHfponed from the lit New York, a full a.tlOrtn1ent.or Dry Goods", Groceries ASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. ly to work la these "ran h... He render his Un: :0\\'A X.\11.1\. JI."" _

;.s Uon sv ia 'October. to the lit Monday in DeromVir. Hardware. Provisions. &c. &c., which I COUNTY or DUVAL: IN CHAMCZKT. thanks to the many friends w bo buvo given him I,:. KXACri.: J. Ji.hrtMiii oNu..J"fl 1tl".I..JIIIJ 14 T.

; 1846. Sept 25 they are prepared to sell at reduced prices. WIOHTMAK, Adminisof their patronage, and trials that hit exertions lie re- HMJ IIXCKL.: : C. D. Smik! n".r.ro'J'L

Colombia Connty Shcrifl's Sale.- .fIIP.IAr now 'prepared to purchase Cottons, trstc4 all ansI| singular the Bill for PimurciaGoo4e after will be such a' tn merit it. Tb.-.f M-...N a,.> r..niiiiftHl| (I.,?..? rftoA

I ax virtue of my ofliceand power of law invrste4 Hides, and other' produce of tbu country at the and Chattels, Rights and dMtribittion of; From long practice in bin busine, I be fe.-I. rXI'| i.n.:.. "I|,,. %,ill!! i,... ,'u'Y r .ihVr "..,.

in m'. I have levied upon and will offer highest Market rates, and make cash advances on I Cre4its of JAMES B. MASOX A.4PI.ufl..lnle. himself competent to give sjttifuetinn. and 'bi. I'I"*.ft.iM, n. .n,Ceilidh' b",|H',fU>.
j to their friends ia Savannah and I i c'P.!( t?*.. &4 .. &1*..'and will be Tbi'% will unit .
consignments moderate
charges and || .
; (rsal:,. ,lief.re tho Court House in ihn twin of. Alli as rrunonable u* r""U\ M -I .,ausi j
:itor, on-th'. first Monday of May next, between Charleston or New York. .FEEDERICK.BARTHELOW and' fur aw' lujunolion. those' ..the North.N. rus".. Ui>M esh l |IIM>". 'lit ;, S'rtnl''.

r the usual 1 hour of sate nn that day. the following They IU1a new, article of Wrought Iron AqI1ILL.l1\lAsn r. et. al..Cred- B. Clocks and Watches repaired in be Is-ui (UUHGIia.: IIU'.3J.\'

; described i t property, viz:Section 26,Tuwnnhip 1, Ploughs-1.' which they wouU respectfully call ; ftors &c. Iu. manner, and uttbo shortest notice.Jiickaonville J5LMI;I.,
: Range II,. containing 80 acres. Section No. S. th* attention .f Planters.. I TT.lving (been mad to appear by. ufljilnvii t. Dec. 26. 18451. It."I!,. ran 'Ifa M-rurr,! H| Si "Nr..I_..
Jacksonville Kay : .L'lhe'satisfaction of the,Court lb Vt D.M. Van .r- r.lirrar i,.,. ,
f. tf 'n U.
;i b 93 terete Section 23., Township 1, Range I!. .t (0.. "p1-I.
Wezcl I; Aaron Jones. junior, Waller, Murphy.AquHla'Ma In Circuit Court. Jur 15. l45.
Levied as the of Richurd Walker .. .
j upon property
Jamo B. Morgan. Eddy EASTERN CIRCUIT or FLORIDA.tf -- -- .
'. Executor's Sale.ON ey Stephen.! ,
the Stat* aati due thereon /
pay :1846. County taxes .r tho fir't"u)? January next, the Subscri Levin L. Levy, Benjnmfn! Leed' and' AndrewRol ./ DucaIn- Ckaneem-- '.- --.- C\V York 4idvcrtJemeBf._. .
tkeyear ,b Defemlnnts in the above entitled. Jolt C. ).-I"L! & Churl- IK IVloi -- -- -
.: ; :. ALSO will bfl'cr for sale nt the .plantation of CHUHV, reaid 1
,' Zeplmniah Kingtley. I lain of Duval ; deceased out ,nflhi* Stntn of Florida, anti. bevunrl.. ilia,. I air.. James U. IVIot! deceased. THK
I County: -
Setion35, 1 "
luuign .
cnntamirg OF
: 80 _L teJ she called San Jote', about five miles from Jiiri. l liction, uf ibis Court; And that Martin L. v'. HISTORY: ,
cre it'n* of
4 i Wi od*; to nd.lb. taxes due property thereon Dcmjnj far the 'J Jacksonville on tha Ri.'t"r:51.Johns,the following Baktr'. nnmbrr. of tb. Defendant ui IIH unid en-: Herman Honker. Chin. tying ton, Dr.Chamber. Cr.m1risuisg. a gwi-eial inlroductery oo&.e .r
; 1846. (property belonging to !the E:'tni. of said Kin:.. titled CHiitr. re.lJ"# Without the Ea tern Circuit a. Hooker & ,n.tingtnu, I-nnn N. L'.su, .'at lIi..r!. as.rsi .s..t s..:..a.
yrar ALSO. lej; that is to say, tweaty\Slate*. SUIlty Labo, anti in tI :)'l .ltlrpCirr..nt: of Florida : And), that nilWl u. William! M. Ri.don, Chn. a series of ...|>..rnti* Iliuuuvs i .01 ".1

:s.cti..35i.Tow .hiJ' I, Range tI-4"n'flrf'4 George, Philip Patty. Paul Julia Ann,:Sally. Julm'oIPrrtun, ,,tmuthyr! of .th* |1 i>fi>,mlAnu in I F.Xeed*".Jnine* II. Hn;v ins Leed' principnl Nation ibnt exi.i. ilws.Ii .
: James Lirin 'lon. ''P'.d.n be try, Nanny Jacob Sylva. Adam Edwin. Nancy. .HI-I'enul4 e ,1".r.le.! :: out of lb.,,Eniern: Circuit &"flag*, H.G. o. .,fc"tJ.t.James *. i-. '|'rn rrM. pn iwm rfirMiiiH>, O..rt:1P'II'yVoc.J arid; 'In' 'So ,.' 'Circuit uf Florida On 13. Morcnn. Henrv lincon, JohnMallory. ) BY SAMUr.L
satisfy.tbe taxes due thereon fur the 1846 Chino Jm, Amelia Toby, ] .!t!. Combat, aa.. 1 : muss!un MAUNDKK.r .
vear >William F tiiidCampluinnnt Clif ierGiiiler hict..r. & JIIC""I ,\ of ll.r- '.7r- .... .
; ALSO Dick; .1\1,0.11 the mule! ,. horse. cattle, ,boats, : ttuUivc.Kiq..Solicitor frr the ".iiry..f 1\ .". .
., * a Section 3. Tnwnthip: Rang 11 about 400 flatf, cart*waggons, and,plantation tools belong V V i% unj .ViTrew.nrv. irtl
: ; in; K. said plantation; Also a tract pf Land 'cort.I"inin.bouL IT is Onn n.D. That, the snid D., Af. VnnWezel. I Anvw' P. Sbuinwnv. nnd i.il*'r.. ." .*-.. i .rlii.li-r
atres-Lfvjed on asihe of I.-D.'liIIl '
nj, prop riy I, 10 acres at St.Jobn'g Bluff with the !. Aaron June, .i..n'It.V.; ltl : iurphsy'Aquilla Upirt. r-nding. uu-1 rilint the ntHd>iit .,r.iv of THE IHSTtillV 05T AMERICJ,
p r7Li.JD..,Nrt,tu satafythe taxes due thereon f.r: ''
tke. 1846. improvements thereon; Also a tract of Lnnd called Mnsey.Jmmes B. Mor2HnSlC|"Iicn Eddy! thr C.inj.'Ioiussrii.ius| llii,r.,i%nml! it oppeuriuj ltbrt urn.u HV JOHN IXMAN, f.

.. year T. B. FITZPATRICK Riddy'n Point, with th, improvements thereon; Leriu, J; l.vy Brtnjnniin Led nnd Andrew Htificti' .riIieC'Mirl. That "f' .r..1 l nf HiDeft'ndanU Cumptri, in |M|. %hnH.,. bfrnrnii. :, sa1a' III

Sheriff and tax collector ex olaVio.r Also n truct of Land railed Camp New HON| >. ua llohl". do nppeir ami 1. nnsxver ibis Cimplain) I retiilu ''W''fld IIH! jtiii diotrun tflbi. ..'". $-. ,,\. rmsn, *i ll 'Ial..w cvstcousupttt. -

Allie-t. ,,Oct. 3. 184. the St. John River ivith tbe improvements thereon Bill of Gunpliint within,four"monlkt' from, tliJnt Stair: niii.l.lf t"ir nnilii. $3. I
; Also, a tract of Land! containing about 404 ': <.'of the puUIfHti'Mi! c.f,,hilt order, or the sanui.will IT is HXRECY O DERF.O. That a copy s'f hue DANIEL ADE. I;iduflaher.
Colambia COB IT SheriflPs Sale. Acres. liuated on the East side of Lake George. be:ilk..n', .'" cur .*.eil gainsttticm.Ii order dnly cerlhVd "llb. Clerk of this Cwirf. l lpuliliibed I. 107( Fidti'O .lrert. Nc* TL

BY virtue of a writ of alias, execution, .iuuCh'i The ttave_ will be sold in families if practicable.- rs'rURTiKR it ORDUKKDThat tbe'said Martin ini New*;'Hp.>r J printe/l 1 witbin ibis Circuit Sept. iSlb,' J:46.dlJlinistrntor's.

S .*: !ft tli.! .Circuit Court of Duval county to Terms uf sale one half cash before delivery,,orconveyance L. |Jak.r,,.ndlb ..aid John,Waterston. do apjicar for|"p pnee of f.<>ir month*. --- -.\ -- -
I the SlieiiCTs the State of Florida directed; and of the nod the bnlanee and aouwcr,tbe Complainants! Bill within IfJII.mod As1si'ts ruuTHKR OHDKRKD, That tire "i.11 Notice.
property notes,
; I: fiat levied from tb. datH.of the of this. Herman, ,Hker.Cliirle4 IIu..kpr I OIX! .MONTHS J nfirr daio' I .)..11!! .rprysik
t me dejivered, upon and will *.1.11'at | with two good and sufficient' securities to (b'approved publication ltyinttirn a* O:: JI" Jnni,.
public sale tn the' .highest biddr,-in froflt-!( by the Couit of Probate or the Judge ibsre- Order, or lfat same will be taken. confessed I>yin.tim:. hut N. Ri1i.ii. William M. Willi... all. T. O'Neill.Jiul-euf l'r.iZJrl

:, $ the Court Hoiue'door, in the Town of Alli'atar,' of; payable 12 months after date with interest., against them. Charle F. Lcc N, JairxU.. Bv 'gs, n* l.ed* & niiinly. if Nisu.u. fi.r a ,dUrKa:. a, d.Jj"
.i:the ifi ;Monday in November next. betwe.a: K. B. GIBBS. ) AND IT is FURTHER ORDRHCD. That a copy .Bag:.; H. G. 0. IJ"'lf"ne'K. James B. Mor*Hii, irnrnr. onlbe ( |] "u.t t".jI..iz: Sufrnfittpisrr
; legal 1 hours of sale,or/that day the* following d.,. B. A. PUTNAM, ( r'*r.'.". alibis Order dulytcertified by the Clerk uf this Henry Bnc.'n. John Malfery. Chetrr BLUt- & and Samuel S.C)>ruti>|,lr.list.J itutilideceuseil

. ;ii irrib d property, to wit: The .North West half of N.veMber6. 11.,. 6ws Court he publithed in oma' nawnpaper printed JacobVGutter.osl. as' C. Bubee &. C'.; An.o* r.Sbumwayrandotber SI'ICER C. HADDOCK.*
1: 1b.'South West quarter of section'21, Township V within thee Eusitemn Circuit of Florida! once.a week .t bft require) ,in nn.Mi>r ill. Administrator un sad Eeea-

1141: '. Range 14, South and Easr ALSO one 'huadird Fifty Dollars Rctvard. consecutively for four months.THOS. aul l, Bill of Complaintf within f>nr Months,4ir she N"'ull Naj aii Court IIml,. } V

ill: head of stock cattle. Levied ,upon as the I will give Fifty Dollars, Reward for the V ., DOUGLAS Jwlge.I.Osc&nHanrClcrk : 'soma.' will be'.taken n cmife.*erl against them.' CtMiniy. AI ui'it 14th.-1845- 1$.

.; property .John .C. PrIor,at tbe suit of Hoaker &. 'apprehension and delivery to myself the ; of said Court d-> hereby : THOS. DOUGLAS. Judge.V A am mslrator'sNoflce.

i Kyingtoo vs. said Peler.T. t.I Jail of Doval I :county, of"my negro ,boy certify tbe above t"! bo a' true: copy.of an Ordermada I. OScAR HART. Clerk of said Court do hereby SIX MONTHS aliff slate I shall "..b.J
;I B, FITZPATRICK, Sheriff. POMP \, who ranaway frorn'me a nnd entered in she above entitled use, on certify the fitwire to*!* n tin* ccpy uno order iu ih Hmioial'lAlarbua ,, Jisle J 11..1'"

i September 25tb, 1846. ago loltJ aJi. 'Said boy is black, about five year(eel the 15th d;y of Aueut. A. D.. 1846. made and entered in the Record ofnnid Cou".in nmnit. for loiters Pi.ini**'i), .

L : CT'.Tbe shave sale is., pestpnned coasent-ef. eight inch in height has a mark on his forehead, WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto salt! entitledcauseoo. the eighth day of{tauter! ,A Eiiateof Ki.htnni. Tt i'.",. lauetJ iwid tvUl1.,.
Ir '- |*trties from the firit Monday in'November, Mrns.p' .' which is scarred by the kick of a horse-is about (L., S,1] set my haml! ,aud affix the: seal of .said D. 184C. ceii : Way the seveath ef December 'L old C.urt. > I. IN TF TIMO WIIERKOF.: I naif Estate ifri
day aext.Nov. twenty or otJ-one years ,-and is inchaedto 7 are hereby mpiired to prewst
S 6tll.KassaB. stutter. FRANCIS HUDNALL, -V OSCAR lIAR?/V Clerk. .L S.' > hernuntd set my band, enl affix the l'rn""lly.Ied for ttlemenr. .

County, Sheritt's Sale. Jacksonville, Octobet IClh, 1847. tf.. September5th.I846.. 4ntSole I V _*vrf. seal. uf said Court.. JOEL T1ESON, M.'.
.. I OSCAR HART, Clerk. Mnv 151"", '
:be .For ,. 18. CmAcltainlstrator's '
Monday the 4th
on ,
January, JscklnnvilIeOct.
WILL Administrator's 1C. 1846. 4m ,
t Notice \ VALUABLE
; between the hours of ten and 'two, : piece i'flnd containing ,-
MONTHS,after.date, t shall make appli = 242.acres/ ., eligibly ,situated Fleming's Notice.
o'clock q i on
"the Court In SIX ;
,_a House the county of Nas- In Circuit ,
C uacertain to th. Honorable,Judge of Probate for Island f n tho Sr. Johns river. For a description Court, ON fir-t H-T of Jaauary. l847.1WJ"
of land known.i t
,tract OF
a. the estate ef Waterman or parcel deceased. Said the County nf Nassau, fora final',eiilement.and .of.Ih..la ul. quality of-the soil, and also for; terms, THE EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, lo the Hon. CWt'ol PriJuiies 51etM
situated; .on' Brandy Branch allowance of my accounts and vouchers as Arl mm- ,inquire of Dr. A. S. Baldwin, Jacksonville, or of FOR'ALACUUA AMD LKVT C0UNTJCJ. County Ahtrhua. (.' final seitlemestsW**"
*thousand four hundradacrei,, mote containing or less, 'to be,,. "Iiaror on tlw estate of William C. O'Neill late the subscriber', Ware'* Lake Mririim county Cot, RICHARDS &,co.,1 AMUmP' In .Uacla.. ance .my arconnts ami vouchers. ,asraiur ,.

\ .old to'satisfy the'taxes'due thereon to the State of of saidcounty, deceased,and for a final distharge ,Florida., S. F...IJALLI V V9. menu,, Sum sworn t., .f the Estates James Martin, aM"
frommy Administration on said if.V V Smart. p ,..I. 'late ef Mid ." Octob.rd,184G.
estate. D.mlr8.
j; Florida and, all legal aod in and > BRTAJI & JOHW..T.
cost*. charges WILLIAM WINGATE,AdmV.' .i .9 J J$47 "jR at tile sometime apply tu said Crt J. a.II
; about tlie advertisement and sale there f. Balance : .
,Nov.13134ft. 6m' Runaway Negro Caaght above iUscbarg. (runi'lh.",Admml4intf eI"id r !
4.. hundred and two'dollars niaetv-lhree ctsv.: < TAKEN UP and committed'to Jail, a THE defendants and all other JOSEPH J. KNIUT.AdWJ'J.U"'us's. '
& :A.J.SHADDOCK 'Sheriff and NOTicE. V 1 negro man about 25 yearsof age,five feet interested are hereby notified 1 of the ". .

KitHa1 the firm of MILLER fc HARDEE is this day \ pock market, gives his name JSAAQ ;, required appear and plead to the Declara. Administrator's Notk ..
Sberifl's Sale.By .
Ceaaty tion 'In
filed said
n disolved by mutual coasent. hadon: shirt and pants'at the time of his arrest, c aui.. at tb .nexc Term of ,aut SIX MONTHS: afler..111 pmelC'

B"r t >. !will iriu.artb.powirestediu.expose for.sale at the Court me by House law,oft I .George D. Miller oe 'authorized .to settle! and says thnt he belongs to Wm. P. Craig, of the as Court, in default whereof,Judgment will be proved. uun'. ami. %onrlt- rs, usl .d
the the entire b slaisl of said firm.Sigaed < Manatee. HilUborough coont'y. ,The owner i*. fotAwancof.'pleL d.l Estate i.f John Rnltertnoa. ofeoiinty. :
Countyof Nassau Monday the fourth
; day
V -
p '.tOt Jaauary,leap, between tbe hours of ten and two I ( ) GEORGE. MILLER.' requeued tacoma .forward, prove V property, paycharges R. G.' LIVINGSTON, deceased.to use H .n. Jndt 4
ISAAC P. and'iakejsiaiaway.V V V Att'yforPlaintifs.. for said enuntv. for 6naJr.ut eel, .. .
.Vdockfoa tl tbe lands of Susan .. V -
that day,. Murphy, V < 4 -l..a. ymf', October 9th .
Alligator Fla.! Oct. 30 JOHN PARKER 1846 3. tale, and hall the If
; situates in.ttJ*eounty Nassau, consisting of ene ", ., 1846' V .. > at same time apr'd t.ltith"
-1 V Sheriff Hillsborough county. .Administrator's -niis,iun m* such administrator, fon
: hundred and Sale.
*. ,. : J ninety,eight acres, or NOTICE.VS V -' 'Taml", alS: ptrinb' r'4ih..,1846. tf Ihe ,fourth interested in .aJdEi. '. are leiretfnoffce. .
<>.; saf eteat portion.thereof tosatufy the taxes doe c. ON Monday in December ,next, I
;; ,ALL' "Indebted 'the J late firm I AdmiHi trater> Notice.THE \, will **xposa for sale JAS. R. ROBERTSO!
thtreae/to the State of Fferida. tDc.LbrIth' thelefaJ'cbarges.'of persons to of,MIL V. 8 at the Court .fists,..*
; the.sale aad the cesu,of this'ad. .LER'& HARDEE, are requested 1o'make imme creditors/distributees and others inter door.at Allitator. that piece or parcel of land Pet. 1C. 1846* Adm

ertis.in at. ,Amount of taxes due, twenty t re. ,diate payment to the undersigned,who is alone authorized I in the Estate. ef WUUarsuMcCulley.Ute situated and, lying in, UM. county vol Colum!... AdmiHlstratrix'Hetlee.TVTolice .

leVarf and sixty cent*; to settle! the, business said. ,firm:' and all of Nassau county,, Florida deceased_ am.hereby known and designated Lot six; (No.;C.) frar.tional i b hereby Ci.f'D1t i 'eieditarsJ.1 Ij, (

; I ,. J. DRADDOqK. person* having anyd.mandc: against! said firm are cited and admonished tIJ.bet. and appear section'one. Township one, Range twelve, S nut entitled loduiritol {":..,
: < Sheriff ansl Tax Cellecter. also requested to f e.e*them. to the undersigned stand. ,before the Hncorsbl.'the, Jud ;.'o( :Probate (12) containing 03 ACrSaid'Jaud sold by or. Matthew- Uind"1dflffl..d..nd.nIU! *..

.0cteMr1' '141. for payment. G. Q.(MILLER, I': ,>of Nassau county, 'at a Court:of Probate:re d'fI'rbatPCourtnlaaW county for the benefit may have claim or ..m.H''n'l ..
.Alligator FJs:., Oct. I.a46. V be held the Court House. in sais! the of the.heir and ,creditors, any *
: .. 1I..a Ceaaty Slier!.'. ,Sale ,30.,, : at county, on : of the:estate of. John a,- or interest said E'larf'Ifta.t
Tfaue7of eiy.lted in me by )law*, IU1eifor$1iisthe j- 11 9 'u first Monday la, .April, ,1847..ana*, shew cause, if Rabertson V ,'laie" or."ld.n 'nty., 4.ct'ssed.. same be exhibited aMerfed'wlib&i& tft* _tl' 1
BY door"of the Court NOTICE. .any,they have why I should not,be ,discharged. JAS. H. ROBERTSON, AdmV. two year romtlsis dater they will .

t > HouM cf&e County of Nassau on the'fourth Mon 4'SIXWEEKSxtafter,, d .te.Jl.ppli, win V be ;from all further administration of the Estate of _CoumbiaCounjyE. F.,'October 23. 1846. Persons having claims ami UmaEstate ."j ..

< $.41eu.1s1 1847;between the hours of tIP and ,_ 1a Judge of Probate of aid ,William-McCuIleyi irr pursuance' of an. application an requested to rlelf'Dr,1.
two o>Joek on tMt day; the lands ofCa$. Roberc.I Ala:hua cooaly:"for letters of Administration upon then and them to be,made'by'me to said .Athniujstrajor'sNece.' .. MeIntn4i'ssf'L irlon Count.andTfa C .

a,,,tHeated la'eald Couaty of Nassau',confUUngoffifee '. the Estate, 'of Wjllism C. 'Thomai Isle of nid Court. E. It. ALBERTI A *,'er.. FT1HE A creditor,'distributees and others interest, Alachua county.. 'aiy .,.- ".'
edln r.-
i: B4r.dyre.; Dor or' leu, lying 6nO. :> county,,deceafed., VV ,'MARY ANN THOMAS,' ::,!reI4hteck lfilLa.s..p.' JI. 114R. i. Nassau. }ot'S.m'u..I'RlWeJl."a fat* ot : ,
.' : v- county.Florida' .deceased I FLCES4rJ )
are hereby cited
tsfficieat th ALLErf V
Jrftr.erie1qot. portion .oftd.atl.<, f _. .
NOTICE : and admonished
: to bft and ..appear at, awl befura .
4.kbi '
= $ aiontbeStatofFloridi Admblstraters.
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sv _
> interested hlrebynotlfiA the Hnn. the
: ,ti r..J.CaI.Gbarra'ehb sslt.snd.the V :New1. aivflJe7la.1: ; Octeker, .i'l'41. ALL person are Jud$" Probate, Nassau county, .
Six Month 'afterdate I shall at Court
apply to r; '
*- held
to bel atjhe. NOTICE. '
Court .
: **t*!*' *". ,. the Henoraple' the Court of:Probate. AUchiia' '
: for liouse in
Z&R$5 said *
: :*&. % NOTICE.SIX ;county,' on the first Monday pe-rsoea hating'demand*'****** '
:*. i..V'\ SbtadTuCoU. ., W county,for a final discharge from my administration January, lS4TX.d, shew cause, if any they hate ALt.. of John Browo, U of *,-I r- .,
: ktafur
0 date
\.p" .t2 .
< 1
Wl. shall ,
.":', t-,:',. : :' Jfrobatei of the County Hill*, 'and aUoithe, time and ad-
:2 > ." boroegn forLiiters same place,' fanny : adminiitrmiionof Estate of said SamueMtns thensiete4wsthlisihe Ier.nl ilmr.. '
?' ". I'o"UL""i"- ofAdmlnatratlon'oab e 'minirtrtlfon the Estate: of Mirtha. Sttndlej sell, in pursuance pf an irulebted1 the said iII pk_ i
:: ( ]Irlf_ t&teeA L > applicatloii than aW,tlere to E Wt ;
u1sRandolpb deceased ; p
: ," late'of said i 'd.usiedtht.24ihApEil. ; to be made tosaU f
by 1.
fI: r:: m ..IItI.... %r IT..' r. .t county., V'V THOMAS-P.'KENNEDY. '. '. me : Court : imuwtli. "- ..;.'payment. to .- '
of S r--t.
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