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 11, 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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\U AU bill for Job Prnting.must be paid
All conimumcafjons. must be -addrewed .to .i in"-each 1e a1. Jlnd, it. is fitrtitr 'Forty"copies,to the Heads of Departments be mayy'benefit exiMwg eTdrmWUck.bw. .

7. GILUTT'U HJ.uan., J1tIgC. pd4. 'That the term of .the';district for the'use of'their 'various 'offi and exported thence for V.
with .
:: V exported .loch- iYi--'
law be' herd cesandtbureau.V '
now required by to ,
BY AUTHORITY :the. 'city of Buffalo,. ,on. the.,second Two: hundred: and eighty copies to l lege .any foreign couatry:::Prori4 < "
: ;Thatswbcxponationa! shall I I ma&
a' the l : esd Qctobet in'.eac shall Librarian of he. : .-.It
LawS eC die l7alle4l JlI.&Ia"PAM year" Congress /or the. use within e"fr&m the'4t-e.
ad..t ike TweatJ.Nlada c.u' ; fter-be held 'the$ of .r.iaportatiom V ', .
Fin $ Tuesday the members of the Senate; and ,
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> teLaj4i.4aidV
.-. 'November each ***** -V House : -
in or :
year Kepresentativcs iing-tbe
I Sec; 11.. And 'be it further..enacted. 'session_ Congress. *, J I .tt1ng s rektfftg l the transportation -' / ...,
CKAP. 98.-An Act to regulate, :of merchanlite.-.titled t* drawback .' i=- V
'and DistrIct whenever any indictment shall l; Four copies to the' law :of
the Circuit : library from .
in district i
I proceeding one J to anetheror -..sv....
, in, court of the united Congress ; :
Courts 'oC'tbe' United States, pending any ; V V two other districts, awl the due '-'; V. .'
;, and any defendant'theretot.8hall. Twenty copies to the Secretarv of and ".
and forotherpurposeS. e- proof'of ttiing thereof.aad '
t Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate 8ke an affidavit setting forth {that 'the Senate, and fifty. copies to the:Clerk all regulations which;ike Secretary, of : _V
: ,:witnesses, :whose evidence is of the House; of'
of Representatives. the Representatives for the .
and House Treasury may ;Describe for the

United States of America in Congress to his defence1,' ,and thai he. the chambers and committee rooths of ecunty or:the revenue...... shall l Be com.. '* c "

assembled, That the circuit court of safely to trial} without tllerri, the two. branches. 'vFey t V V

the UnitedStates for the southern district ; h1t! he expects to prove .by each of V One copy to the judge and one copy Approttt..at1!'J'1.-: usl 8, 1846.- V .

of New York shall hereafter be and that they are''within'the. Bis- to the district; attorney, and one copy to, { '' : (! .
in which' court is held] orvjth- the clerk; of each of the district ; : "
held on thej third Monday in Octobei, tne courts CHAP.. IUV.. AI Act ertai.i"
;: granting
hundred miles of the l tri of-the United States.
instead of the last Monday in November one place o: :; lands .
of Iowa
tp4hejitory to, aid %
; and that all writs, pleas, suits, re- ], and th,8t.he is not possessed jffi- One copy to each of the judges, and in' the Smpiejraijieiirof the navigation. V .. ..

cognizances, indictments, and all other .,means,:and is actually unabl to. clerks'of the supreme courts of the Ter. ,of $e' H .IffjgffKiver :ia said '.,

proceedings, civil and criminal], shall I 'the fees oC'such witnesses, the ritories and District of Columbia. Territory .

be returnable to and have day in court, ,in term, .or any judge therec'' in One copy to each collector of customs : Sec. l...Be'&' iiSjiHJ'jjjjjjxf by the SeAt: .:.;. ..

and shall be heard,Jliied, and pioceed- may,if it appear proper do in the Upited States. and House of'Jfep r entatires of 'the* .

ed with, by the said court, in the same ,.order thatsuch; ', ,witness be 'su ptc- One; copy to each surveyor of the United'States of berica. in Co&gresv .'

wanner as might and ought to have ,,i if found within the limits, afore ;aid, customs at places where there is. no col assembled, Tbat: e. be,. and hereby V

done if the court had been held i in such case, the_ costs incurr, by lector. .
been ,IS, granted to the 'Territory of Iowa
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tbe time heretofore directed by l.uVj h process.and the fees, of' such wit One of for'the
at copy to each the surveyors purpose of aiding said 7617110 ,
and it'is further provided, that the term i s shall be paid in the same nan- general of the public Ilind!/and to each ry to improve the navigation oCtbe Des .
of the circuit court appointed by law it that.similar costs and fees arc paid register and receiver of the land offices. Moines riveJfrom its mouth to4he Racoon : .: V .J'... "'T

beholden ou the last .\I uday hi July case of witnesses subpcened...ii be- One copy to each of the foreign ministers Fork,.(so called) in Territory, :' ) 4 I

in each year in said district. shall not : of the; ,United" States. of the United States ; one'.equal moiety, in alternate sectioBSy ,) lWf(
hereafter be holden. Sec. 12. 'And be 'it, further'ena ted, One the of the lands '
.copy to library pf each navy public (remaining nasold,
be it further enacted all'acts and' parts of act, inc sis' in the'Union and otherwise '
Sec. 2. And yard ; one to tbe.o'aval ]lyceum not disposed of, encumbered

That U'henethe district: attorney with ,the provisions of' this act, at Brooklyn, N. York; one.'to the. or appropriated,) ia a ,strip five; :

shall deem it necessary: it shall be law be, and-the same are hereby V re- naval school at Annapolis Maryland; miles in width on each side'of said river
ful for any circuit court, in session, by : i : Pforidtd, fievcrthdess, hat one to ,the naval institute at Charles- ; to be selected within said Territory .

or iession of the district the punishment of any .crime or of.;' the ,by the Governor thereof the
lathe next term or Military Academy at West Point., subject to *
court of said district any indict- I committed before the passing of And the residue of said ..thousand I approval of the Secretary of the l'reu-

anent pending in the said.circuit. ,court, : act. : .u. .. copies shall remain nUhe future 'disposal ry of 'the United States.Sc2Andbe'it _

when the *)tie nee or otfences therein : Approved .August: 8-, 186. .. of Congress : ,Provided, That ,the V. further euct-ed,, V

charged may be cognizable by 'the said ,copies..of the law: thus distributed to That the lands hereby granted shall Bet

district court and in 'like manner it : 99.-AnAct. to",attach ,to the public officers.shall be held] for the use conveyed or disposed of by said Territory .,-

shall be lawful for nay district court to Fort Wayne land district certain of their'respective offices, and.as the ; norjby: any State_ 'to be formed '

remit to tEV i next term or session of the : tracts, of ]and, lying within,the.limits, property of-the'J Government; and that put of.the same, except as* said improvements -, V .V __ -.
district of that district ivbichatenot, attached in of the. death" shall that is the said
ri-cuii court of the same any case resignation, or di- progress ; ,
ifidictiaent pending in the said district to any district., _" mission from office of either of said Territory or State may sell so much of

court; and such remission shall' carry ) SEC., 1. BeJt' enacted by the Senate officers, or whenever their terms ,of office said lands as.shall produce the'.. er .

witii it all recognizance, processes, and House of Representatives of the shall expire, the said copies'of the thirty thousand dollars, and then Che

proceedings pending in the casein the States of America 'in Congress laws shall)) delivered up to their successors. sales shall ceases until the Governor
court from which the remission i id made,. : mbled, That all the lands,in the, .iti said ,offices;' and ,a printed said Territory or.State shall certify the V

and the court to which such .remission I of Indiana which'lie north of the: .copy. of this. .proviso shall be inserted in fact to the President of the' United ..
j is made, shall, after the order of remission : \ i1'! line'djviding townships.twen each of the'volumes thus distributed.Sec. States, that one half ef said sum has

is tiled therein, act and proceed in i'V arid tcnty-r ur, and east of .' 2. And',whereas said'edition of been expended upon said improvem,. _, '

the case as if the indictment, and all range line 'dividing ranges f ut* the said, laws and treaties of the United whenthe: said, Territory or Slate may .. .'

other proceedings in the same, had been V fiv: east,. which lie south: of the States has been carefully collated and sell and convey'a,quantity of the residueV ti

originated .in said court. river, be, and ,the "same are : compared with the original rolls in the of said lands, sufficient to, replace the/ :. .

4 attached .theFort Wayne of the Government amount expended and thus the sales
archives under the .
See. !. And be it further enacted '
district and all tHat tractof land
shall the ,
; and as proceeds thereof
inspection supervision the Attorney progress

That it shall be lawful for the grand ju- ;
lies north of the line
and 'district .township General of the United States, as shall be expended, and the fact of seek
empanelled swt/rn many : iai g' townships twenty three and duly certified by that officer; therefore, expenditure shall certified asafere.:
take of all
court to cognizance i
and ,west of the line
four, range V
Be it further enacted, That said'edition V J
crimes and offences xvituiu the jurisdiction :i said.Sec. V
said and district ranges four and five east,:and of the Laws and Treaties of the United .; .. 3. And be it, .farther enacted. .

of the circuit .c ; ; of the east line, ,of the .Crawfords- States!,-published' by.Little and Brown, 'That the! said river Des Moines shall .
indictment for '
courts, and every a cap. land district,, attached ,to and hereby declared to be competent evidence be and forever remain a public high;
tal offence the district : .
: presented to
form, a part'of the Winnemac of'the'several public and private way for the use of Govermseat of

court, shall), by order entered on the, l Qd: district; and nil the lands lying, acts' of Congressand of the several the United States, free from ,anysell orothercbarge V
minute of the be remitted the
? court, to ;
ofthe said ;township line, divi- treaties ,therein contained, in all the : whatever (9 .any propertyof
and of the
next term circuit the said ,townships twenty three courts of law and equity and of maritime the Daited States:; ,. or persons. IK .
with ail :
court, ,together recognizancestaken twenty four, which wet ,herelo- jurisdiction, and_ in all the tribunals their service passing through or along:

t e.rEinj ;and on liling such order 'within :the limits ,orthe' Fort and public 'offices, of the United the same:, Prevlded, always, That,. it. r
and iudicuiieat with the clerk of said
V yneland district, including the por States, 'a d.ofU several States, 'without shall not be ceapetent for the said Territory
circuit court, that court thereafter : 'th'el latet tsliami' cessions State of Iowa
of south, further,proof: or authentication I or future 10.disposer'of
proceed thereupon.tue:same as if the indictmeuLhad -
; said line, be arid the' ,same. are, at. thereof.Approved I said lands, or any of,them,at ,a.lewsr: i'

.been_ originally found and I totheindiariapolis land'district;' August 8, 1846. ., *, price than,' for: the time beingahaflbeiitheV
presented, in _said court; and the said }
.all lands lying within any ,of the minimum price of other public
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district court iuay"m rcol' r, in like land districts- which may not I lands. -.J V

,raa&uer, remit', to the circuit court'any:: j been;.offered foe sale; shall hereaf; CHAP. 101-An Act .tp provide for Sec. 4. ,And be it, further:; :enacted V,. V V ,

indictment. pending. in. said... district \ constitute a part of the.:'land district the more effectual publication of the.. I That whenever ,the :Territory eflewa' A

court, When,JU' uieopmion,ol tbe court, ; ,which..they respectively Jie. f' laws\ of the United States.'I V H shall be admitted.into the Uaiea' .asa,' : : "
difficult and important questions of,law Approved, August. S, 1846y 'I 'Sec. 1. Be it enacted :by the Senate State? the lands hereby granted .for. the I,
are involved in the case and the ; '. V
; proceedings I I and House of Representatives of theUnited above purposha11beaudbeceme ,the "
;i. ,
thereupon shall thereafter be ; V L States America in cf the State for' the V'V
Congress -
). An .Act to for 'property !purpose
ity provide
the in :
same the circuit court as if such J : : ,
the distribution of ihe.eclitio'n or tb I assembled, That ,the,twenty first section contemplated by this act, and no others'

indictment had been originally, found, laws and;:treaties of the',United S tales l ,of the,act entItled i "An 'act legalizing .Provided: i the Legislature of the Stated* VI :

and presented therein. That,no grand, 'Little and\Brownj under and makFngappropriaition for such I of Iowa,shall accept the said,gra&t fer .t ,-
publishedi by: :
jury shall :hereafter. :'be summoned to at- } the. i r necessary'objects) as have usually} been the said purpose. & '_''''
: pC resolution V
the provisions
jteud any ,circuit or district court of: the :, : included the general appropriation Approved.August8,1S46. .* "- <' -

,United States,'unless the judge of such p I .of Congress bundled approvedMarch and fie tbi'rdtI and bills,,without; authority,of law, and to ; V. 'V V : ,;. ';:,i.. ;.., ,.- .". V .
: eighteen forty )0
,4htrctcourt, or tine of the judges of t : : certain incidental
I fix and provide or. CHAP. 104.-An.Act to reg lLe wntsvof ':
for other '
such circuit coun, shall, in hit own i purposes .. V
and offices
; it'eaacted the Senate expenses of the Departments error and appeals from the 'dis V- V .
discretionor *Sec. 1. Be |by V
upon .a.notification- : l-y the ; the of the Government, and for other purposes :- trict court of the United..States for .' :
district rney that.such jury will be (t } House of BepwseAtatives bl :' *
six the middle district of Alabama.V
j'r approved August twenty _
needed, order a venire to be issued ; ( J1l.t; Slate t *;pf,,An ricaJri; Congress be and 1. .Be it enacted '
,therefor,: Prondtd That II. d"r at the on&thousafldVz p- eighteen.hundred. aiid-forty two, i ec. } : by .the Senate" V .Ld ,:,
herein .
:nothing : the is hereby repealed.&ee .._ and House, 'of Kepresentalives of the V '
'shall either of;said, 'of Litile! -and "Brown's' edition the same' : ii : ,
prevent in '
courts .
: & And belt farther enacted United States )America in ,
f Ceagresa V
.United States : .
term i d tr Itiesofth ;
front .
directing w
a grand jury to be : entitled "An Tfcat'her "* '
and : C iigress, be dis 'Thai.a much oTthe act assembled, after wrj.&se.i .. V :';
summoned esipan&elledwhenever ilreadv pnre&uiedbp:
: "
Ber act to provide for the publication'of thelawsjofithe ror and appe4salialFbe tuken 'f'etlW. kf"f> V
of the -
in.. .its judgment, !it.may be proper to do ributediundeTVth4ireCtlOfl. for other *.i
: .United:. :;Sta&esi.d dislrccourt of the United. Stataa, {or" .
,BO, and at such time as it may :direct iJlnd tIIY.I; .te, as I follows: and purposesapproved April, twentieth. ,' the middle district Alabama directly .i....
the President one.. .
One to .
jfurtAer That
provided .
Bothing copy the:Uni I eigeteeniundreil and, eighteen :as, isrepeakdbjtliCsAid to the Supreme Court oCI Uafted V
of ,
Vice :President,
herein shall to extend to .
operate beyond "
twenty: first section, States, under the 'same. regola ewthat .
what the.law DO\V permits! ,the impriao&oent ed states- '
revived and :
I ?: v of bej and;tbe.same: 'is hereby: writs of error and appeals aroaMewed 'n\'

.\ before indictment found of an ; One ,copy:to each )of tih'the justices United continued.4Bforce.Provided: ThAt,tub from, the circuit courts of' the Uaz4etStates "" "";';;:', ,

individual accused of a 'crime or of- I Supreme;.tlii'Coiirt clerk of said;coartto I Secretary 'for,the, Pjepartmeatef- : to the Suprewp'Court; :aad.Bo':" ,,:;,. ; V
'fence, or the tithe during which an. individual te faacLt ; V
shall'cause the publication Of.8u-cha writs orerror ,appeals .bAUUe.fj a '
) be held 1 ..each' pf,ithea ?eads pC ? ._. .
thus a ccaedtoay UQ ; : : :. 'ocojy:4} : .: At. resoluuons.trea' : "'" nd. aieedments.,. ,. said district court to .fcbe iie.i&srt'ot'the ;, ..,,
tohe. : \
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.' -4er- ,recognizance. 'before i&dietrae&t. : i ;. 'GeQerar A: :teofl' aV1Ti4etiStae.: : twpoftbe: : uewsgaBers' in theDisJtrict ; United. Sia.teVTO-. tv :se. tb.fn .V_ _';: V
':IO .8d. 1 ... f ..... '_V- : esv&al -,."., Sec. ,And ,be it. farther ended' )O ',e&cl&f, t : .. "
1 -:f- ... It. I : J j F0 ne.copy .ri a" i' he.Uai' "!e .($ d l-errileriea ,of. the. ) .>J'to' .. -
,'.' That any charged'WJ& a crimiaai J e1AHi l'err1t : ,. & ,' rthar .
puny '. :u hW$ atfl. ,UDitecl'Stat.. a4 jo.ffo ;,., V' ; Sec. 2, .c n4c > I. '8 V

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) ,aad ,district Should 'Drvvti1eLAWV'| ELECTORS announed thc* '' ]_t1 ...., !: \ l"'t:
circuit :southern : ro ;' : S &uik-E&nik, .W*n.,W.J. KelJ;." .: IY: ,
S S ef'Akbaraa, and:which werar removed 1 of their'rights franchise./ ;
? I < ,to that,court.,by writ of,error'or ap I Surely! the'Sentinel must know nothing Notice i 'was: ive WalionrDMiifl" 0McLan.. the &i I ,..iJi..

: : peal from the district court of the United j about.the! it 'would not have Jnck. t'.om. M \V biie.*
case.. .or duce,the following !; lCllrfY.g! itintoI ft"ect'r f'
;' "State for the 'middle'district of Alabama for the \ ". & &C.lhnunt W .hnjton! Tabor. '
transferred to :the Su- produced this extract purpose 'By Mr. Smith., A years. Meanwhile the S
are hereby p'
4 ,
:. Fmnklin, Robert J, FlujrJ. t'
U pre&ie Court ,of .the United:States.aid .- of being witty ,at its own expense. One the Constitution of, the G.Hd.n,Joitph' AustIn! :rnmeat should be to:

t Supreme: Court aliall hear and' determine of the! illegalities of ,the rejected, returns : .the,sessions. of the! Je : i l. Leon.! ,;J!me' H. T. Lorim; "'" aged* *w ,'.x"and" opr: Lt'gl.latori:

!t :I' .." '' the errors' assigned in said that circuit the was, that the polls were los'at, instead, of annual.. \V*ln Ura; W. H. }V Jktr\......... I ,.:.... ._ ,attention. ,.rathegthir .to basing! 1.

f {, S S circuit court court, in:should the same hare manner done. Had said one o'clock.P. M., instead of five. .o'clock By 'Mr: Russell.A : $ff. onf Daniel' Bjrd>, ,,, :<,,.; t | consuming:, time. ia. ''' .__

S 1. S S.causes not been removed., as: the, law directs. This, o( course; 'the county site-of; Ma lU un, Inn' ii 11. Ma yi. ,*. ....,. discussions' ., ,1)

t I .- JQHN Wt. DAVIS, precluded any who had not voted.from :By"Mr."Westcott. > : U njiItnn\Allpn} ,G:.Jobruon. ,: ', /"M .The. econd, suggestion t.'
.. -Columbia Je ; Curterii .. ,' a .
.. J
> e
1 : .. Speaker the House of Repi esenta- 'exercising their rights 'of franchise.In : <- qualification of six
: i
the different i c u, i D'iTfll!, Juhn Drowanl. :. : *, month! i '

j \ *; 'tives.."* Vice President G. M.of DALLAS the U., States, fact' the. evidence. before the''committee .Departments or' AJnchua &. Mari",.. G.br" orrif"'c., .' '.:. ,r. r two years, we think",also g a .

'S and President of the Senate. showedthat- ,' .. two5indfriduals, had a Board.of- County Naau. Ad tn .MJbreiH.. t' : 1- .,. tho, jirnk'of reform, "'The )1 {.

r 'f Approved, August 8,1846.JAMES applied to vote before five oclock: the each county and d r.Jobn'"OraDp SL.LuciV. G. R,.Fair- ,any qualification for SQa: ,:
a -
: a K. POLK. legal hour of'closing the polls, and were By Mr. Gould. 'A ; to be a !bonafok residence, a _
Lety, Hilhboroagh & B ,R.
ntoa, ,D.
not permitted to do so.as the polls were which sbalf nave been
: : i for,the.compensation .ufiicieat ,"
\ I. 5" ,
the individual
closed. 1 The Blouse then Monroe, & Dade, A. S. lift. J due ,In.fortnatioot.

} : S JACKSONVILLE. DECEMBER 11. 1846" Thus the present House has nobly 'day the-'27th.JFridiy Senate thus stands(twelve Dem- peculiarities of- the i ttitutiOll or-...

I ,confirmed the principle laid 'don by Nov ,27M. State wherein he has taken qP'hi.
to seven Whigs, in all nin een. g
a former Legislature in BRANCH vs. en for, leave to .in r .d of these were members who held :and: a 'residence: which i is. !n _te

F ,, BEMBRY, viz : that the mal conductor Bills.! S from the,last Senate, namely, the be permanent. A stay of aix,
.. ,.- neglect of the inspectors oran election By:Mr. Aldrich. A } from the 4tb, 11th, 13th, 14th, only, in a place; would hardly ...

Is 1 should.not deprive the lawful electors Constitution as to, districts. Of the fourteen these conditions. Business orp ..

STACK, TO TAMPA.' .. -We learn that of their rights of franchise. qualification of one' may.frequently,detain a per86a'foJM
: Mr. GLINSKI: Pilatka, has undertaken would newly,elected; eight are. Dem, of time .
however the Sentinel length when he
'I. :Perhaps, ; stead of two. and six may;hwe
-S are Whigs. II
-. to run' a. stage regularly between that have made this unfortunate allusion intention of
., not .By'Mr.' Tanner. A establishing a pe
place and Tampa. This is truly good had not, its judgment been somewhat biennial sessions. HOUSE. S ., r.e idenc :And in,Florida, tI1
;w .' newsto those who have so long hadcause blinded by wrath. \V c perceive by a By Mr. 'Rus ell A O. .M..A verI!* ,d where. many reside here ,daring .
I.$ 7S to lament the. total I,absence of all)) that the Sentinelwas : Roa, Eliiha Gailor. '- -' winter, from t
succeeding paragraph 4' season motivesj
in the bi
? : l i
: means of communication throughout George D. Fither. i ', :
?:; S defeated in its endeavor to obtain letion of Probate J or enjoyment, a longer term ahet ih
i ," Stephen Daniel ,
; I; ; ilicinterior. '. 'I'.-,)' the printing of the House. Hinc ilia p1. N. B, Stone. .t- adopted. We'.trust that the'L4.

.. : THE SARAH SPALDING., -This beauti- lackrymce. \By Mr. Gailor. A Owen. Williams,* Bcrj. Wynn,* and ture will ,agree upon a resen' ; r.,
r I C Id Creek ., 5- year as the quiifict
S. ful little steamer started from this place I LEGISLATUftE. < Water necessary
I. S lastplff*?**'*her firsttrip to Lake TilE, B! ick Water Creek Jama F. Farrior.f A longer period than, this will,be
on Monday IN THE SENATE.Wednesday, November Lt wis Grtgor1Vp1., ,. II. Gibson, ,* ID-
: Monroe. The alterations in its structure 25/A was occupied in the further organization VIr. Towle moved I t"'n,* John G. Smith, <. just ''to those who have 'in good!faith

: S which have been made, will afford of this body and in the election fr< m the certificate of.. Simoa Towle,* Wrn. M.'Ma 'wellT. : taken! up their abode, and are com fded!
. t L t"-' ample accommodations' for the many of its minor officers. The standing. St ite that John 'Vat ,* Geu.Iunroe.tf from the 3ay of ,"thefr, arrinl, to, J

:5 ft J' strangers wlio may desire to visit the rules were adopted, and the house ad- lected Member of the Joseph Woodruff.'" taxes for the support of goTerm&ot
wn, Win. R Tailor, Jo. S. Ccopcr und l ,
>: S )eautiful country of the upper St. Johns journed till Friday. cointy, and that there ; on. A shorter period will cnablejia&y tt

I S :-'k i S .:during the coming winter. For all Friday, Nov. 27fA.-The President Pr bate' in said county :M. M. MclnioibJobnWcstcuu.S : I defeat the'object'of law .

I S : "tof1-: these, its attentive master, Capt. ANDERSON announced the various standing Com i to be sworn and take Franci lijuwanl. .: t J1c.t third'sgg" stioD-Wt: tie

I 4;. :' will leave nothing, in the way mittees. N 'mi mber of the House. Elisha Carter, Robt.Crown.' I Judges be ,elected,J by the I people Ij

: ,comfort, to be desired. I Notice was given for leave to intro pr wailed and Mr. ,, Lewis Atdricb..' I Geneial ticket, we must.conftH bi
, I ,John.G.. Ucard'tn. ., .. ., > .,.,
: scit. S SI u= by its being so entirely i
the Bills.
r. duce following i .
,.Charlr Ituicelt.
' '.J. ,,.
MR. A. A. C.L'\OvA.-\Ve are happy By Mr. Lorimer. A Bill to provi4e I Mr. Gould offered John Houston,* A. A'. Cana" ....I", expected, and by there being no posabfc

to learn that the scat in the House of for the payment jurors. of the Grand Jury of ; E., D. Trncey.* ..- .;:. '_ < object which'rioule! have called'it ford

P Representatives of Mr. .CANCTA, which I S By lIrVhitc.. ,A Bill to exempt all Fall term, 1846, which *, Jamed: .'I. GuuIJ. : To: this ,most destructive uinontn

S was contested by Mr. J. M. J. Bowden Atron Jarnngan. '. ,, ,.
free white male citizens over the age'of Mr. Aldrich offered ; ; upon the sanctity of the beach c antt.palladium' .
the' candidate has confirmed ", W. D. \V Artl. v.. ..
Whig been '.
; I ? of liberties '
, S fifty years from the payment of the capitation Resolution asking of John our wertteni
I k- to Mr. Canova. The committee WUll'ra&on11 '
on HI.
disstnt anJ
S tax. sage of a'Bill ap ', William Hancock. *, .. most hearty contendagxbt
.elections consisting of three Democrats ..
By Mr. Broward. A Bill to exempt Barracks, St. Augustine \V m. Fletcher. it tooth: and nail. Surely oar good
' : 'and two Whigs, reported unanimously ", S. F. Jono* Governor 'have nourished
from a poll tax all white persons over an institution of learnl must some
t in his favor and this repprt unanimously -
was Whig '
S forty five years of age, all insane, j idiotic 1\1\Vestcott offered S fantastic crotchet in his fWdpjk
: : confirmed by the House. We
; or crippled of Resolution for erecting' S'S thirty nine members, of whom could never have proposed to his I 1opeople ,
'i persons pr persons, color -
are gratified to perceive this determination
. Democrats and 18 are .\Vhigs. which must undoubtedly
the mouth a change
over t fifty of at or near .
, : on the part of our Legislators to years age. ,. ,
I -- -- : in i its
so consequences. :
; er. : prove
i give no further countenance to the irregularities Messrs. Fairbanks, Lorimer and Mc. '
,Saturday 'Nov. / O\"EBNOR'8ltIE8S\GE.: \Ve are. ,apt to be, 1 stikts
Lean ,
S which have so each gave notice for leave to introduce last
frequently. publication: we gave an in ideas of the extension or 1M
given for leave to intr our p
vitiated our elections. a so altering the Constitution of
lug Bills. message, vileges of the' ballot! : box. It :it'"we
as to make the sessions of the Legislature .
COLUMBIA COU.NTIT.-We find in the biennial instead of annual. By Mr. Smith. A take 'occasion this' week to thing for_the great :body of tbe'jKop:

; S last Sentinel, the proceedings of a meeting Messrs. Fairbanks and Lorimer each. duties of .Tax Assessor briefly to, certain of its topics. to elect those :who shall make t&ebn,

Mr. I a clearly and forcibly written -ibis quite another for,it.to elect! _tkse
: recently held at Columbus, to consider asked leave to introduce a Bill so to a- By Finlayson. I

;I ;: 'the. propriety of a division of mend the constitution as to cxtond thc ing Judges of the. and j is the high tone of. mor I who shall administer them. Tbekw
S marked in throughout
; Columbia county. A resolution was elective franchise to all white male inhabitants extra terms under : is a pretty toy 'which has: l lately'bea'
far to exalt our Government '
: passed petitioning. the :Legislature for being citizens of the United ces. '' proffered' by 1 individuals \vh3tCfk
: Mr. Farrior. A opinion of all right: .,minded men mediate who htrttf
; 'division. jneamble'recites that : States, who shall have resided within By popularity, yet '
e. : the citizens of Columbia county have' the State one year. time of holding MOSELET recommends to :the the intelligence to discern its iosv

S S patiently submitted to numerous inconveniences .Mr. Broward asked leave introduce State. as eminently worthy or its :iate ,effects.. Now we solemnly

; S on account of the unusual a Bill to dispose of thc Seminary Lands By Mr.\ Maxwell. A three amendments_ to the upon all who have love for demerit*

: size of their county, waiting" a suitable granted by Corigress to Florida. amend so much of an' Constitution. 1st. Biennial in. principles to reflect seriously ii us
, opportunity, when their long desired i The Governor's Message was then first session of the Jast annual sessions of the General change,whether it will not evenlotlj J

S. j object, a division of the same, might be : referred to the various standing Com relates to the time'and and the term of ,service of tend to.the. entire destruction o(ill*
S r S accomplished without hardship or sacrifice mittees. pointing Tax Assessors. so amended. as conform curity for life 'and property,. and JaM

it.. '. .to their,fellow .citizens.i i Having ; Mr. Faitbanks offered a Preambleand Also, A Bill ''to : 2nd.. A residence of, six 'through anarchy 'to Jespotwi**' 'I*
: '8 hitherto' ,been compelled to submit to Resolution requesting Senators much of an act instead of two years within the the'', Judges who*_ decide'opoafKfr* Ui.V-.,

,. :" much..loss of time,fatigue and expense, and Representatives (o urge upon Con sion of the last a necessary qualification to suf. death property once:feel aepfB81upon

: :. '..: attending to their ordinary business, gress the re-establishment of the LightHouse the appointment of '3d.. So to amend the ',12th.sec. the ,criminals or .fuitori.Ww

I ":'as well as in performing the_ heavier at the Inlet near New Smyrna.The and to the term*of the 5th article, ; that the election l them for their 'daily bread,-- "

burden of public duties, and their neat joint rules for the General Assembly By Mr.1 ,Br ard. A of the Circuit Court be l here farewell i to liberty,-farewell{lfr.

,';1' and comfortable Court House Alliga- were then adopted. .. for compensating jurors by the people by General. glorious institutions_ '' under' S t wjbiA) o*

-torhaying unfortunately been consumed Saturday, Nov. 28fA-:.Various'.Bills, ses, of criminal the whole State, and tbat country -has grown and: pro *ff*-

'- S 't. < :'by. fire,' they.'deem,the present'occa"s of which, notice was given as above, Monday, JVbu 30M. of service 'be limited to not Men may' be talented] ,.and'jost, M.

"*:" sion the most (favorable for carryingS were 'Jntr duced., fered the following- 1 five nor more than ten years. a's',the means of subsistence ir6 t'eelftl

I S 'J ;:'the:proposed)object into effect, as i itwill, Mr. Bradley gave notice for leave to select committee of this necessity oft ',first of,these' ;to ,them i ', but take that ntflDd'mere,

-!.. i.- >no longer ben, measure oppressive to introduce a Bill to, provide for the sale 'pointed J !o ,take into, changes we may, ,venture to will be 'very fqw: men of talent,wbj I

Li:any;'bul one' that'will secure. much con- of the'lands located; by the fj'tat.ror. the expediency,,of,es Hs the Legislature!will not im. abide the shock upon .their virtue* I.d
S .t fenience, prosperity and good'fe 1ing. purpose internal. \ improvements. table system of 't 1 : I ] coincide. :The! subject has 'us picture to ourselves the ,_J rIa

! R S such alterations ; us ed.before and think it bench "r
ftheR '
S THE" SENTINEL Also, a Bill to amend the' 'Constitution *,. we> community wherein the l *
; *
-J inlIuding.to the seem \ settled, .that, .i immediate : its the f s11 tL*' rf
3 .' so as to have the tax Assessors.elected -' 'may ,proper. _. any for ..existence, .upon; 'L
SI -t .4A. S 'G/; Duval 1 is Representative by the ,qualified voters, 'of' each ed, and Messrs., )V I at least, within the next, four' frowns of those. jmmedia terr! '
1 ,
county, exceedingly irate
S --t at county. Farrior and, Cooper years, will'' 'be productivo"of in and we shall find in the:. pe
-J lithe decision of the House t'rp
tirl..if b ;. Mr/CAKovA.: in favor of Mr. Kelly presented a Memorial from : such Committee., J the citizens of'the State/; : 'It is is: : to be deprecated, by gre t..aai't
_ After'g&umblingbccause : il *
Mr. Gould from the \ ,since 'nn.d altttiai is subVersi i
the committee decided'that the citizens of .Pensacdla, asking' the .' J, year; our government .
.S '.:.: ; the votes passage of n. law' establishing Pensa- Elections, made a ep I :in opera ion.. Vast;amend- Jaws ami institutions oj'a frtf.A :! '
: Johns "
: .$t Bar '1\e
: -JJt precinct were properly : '
: : '" .. :cola', under 'the auspicies of the State contested election i in, 'consequently introduced: catj.conjes before; \ile J gt.I':
S : ,: rejected by the ,Judge of Probate -1 .{It
", on witlv'nResolution; statutes accommodated to the election ,
c the West Florida,Univcrsi ., ) : I fOI7.J'udges is npptOE
of y'
:.f account
informality in the
-- *. returns., of ? 'JVov.SO/A. -, r Canovn, the sitting i : and. .i increasing wants; ,'cf 'the fears a'rival.iaudidate. Are:
Monday -Mr. '
: ,tlicrin.specto nnd not Carter 5'
by ofI the '
reason gave '
S |;*'!;':'illegality of the votes there polled the notice leave to introduce a Bill to' revive '. I I his. seat. Which'was, ""u I The 'population J ,which ,is ra, ten 'ih* #>nes t* to'one' 'but l that, ',*hJwt "!l aj

... .: Sthitine J rnalces the following. triumphnv'antdemonstration -, ; i the:, recprds1 Columbia.County. ) dopted. J is ofadiff'erent: char. cide j inj.favor,:pf the party w .
that which was:, ,under influence .11
Mr. most political
Bradley: offered a Preamble
: : and ,Messrs, Pilsbury nd.J: '
,5 : ::,. tiff; "Now Mick: a pin hero we.wish too Resolution asking Congress to-make been" electedTto! .,Congress 'government, and-. if will, be, ,his honor,'(political honot5'jnna '
"5 build
specimen of the fair. appropriation to' a )light house i Both are sound. '''

"?. jftG.9ief'and. !' consistency of this'party in allnasacl at'Egmont,Key, at the cntii1nco'. .of the, the'othe rend of t e'U by those better, adapted! to a 'are S .' 'i., I'ia c,4'. !l; h cocSt.'e & $
:.,.: ? matters. 'In 1841, (in the case of harbour of :Tnml1'j' 'and more:energetic commun-. ;ticians coujjl :stand.! )tht ??? -i
: Branch: .loco !; .turn up:right/we'shall1> :
; r Whig
; ), n ,loco- ''all oCjiccessityVJO
Yio '
change1 should their
S .- S i* % foco House of Representatives .'laid ,HOUSE: OF, REPRESENTATIVES.*,;._Mon. endsj;,,and as extremes : roust; '

;; 1..; down, this broad principle, covering the day the 23d"and. Tuesday: he')24th'of meeting, next year,'the''y i diate y wnd' Although I much ciatls. Therc would then' be1 t.!. aM.)1
: IltjJr..rf '"t J tf "f' ...
t,1>;*,.., VerypQiflt1n4flestioj: .- Novernberwere; taken(upin:i "organizing i fastened Qcr tic:'columa :'will' be1 J is. agrievous, \ i injuryyct;.: ?no. ,01.,. : 00141010"1'i i9'sI ie"az 4 "Ie d lr; .r'""
j ,v*. {: : -.j s ,Jl" Reso1vcdThae'the mat'Conduci. or the! ,Ho s'e icl ltiii g offite::& .!" tog th ihd'' : at: all is one still,;,wprse tqa, : l vpui4pe; f;; fRhg.nlrd8 iw"V\ ': 0 Jlt
as at time since th
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'I"CJII'I. :; 1 "" weuid also to De"great okngeTorthe belterin LtQ: s'Di I .'...'1M '
kied :the pistol. w; Jarywsceule pMtbhe! M"ft: snying ;
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11. :Tbe : r Talahassee] ;-'- -Sfiirny:tarriral I; ;fJ j llpsL t S ott'and iieut to a ""ree,.rHJ''W.nI'WH!'lfetM -e'e.I ; "" --
;\l"tksl itcr'ofin : all'4Iff-of eia te! have not seen ".a c niBjj |Qstaace i4 ..orJn"toxication : \\filliams I and bMjIt Smith;;of tile ., :7wiBy.as three. Vitnesees OB oee i44e ::1neyy ':cIit' "...' et'H.... thfr....r I. ': '<.' .. .
a .of terre-r-a age ? r. 'c rps :of engineer sailed from-New ore {
t age fcesrd ; e eiKer most have; commkted per- .Itt ;t .... ie .Ne.. Yeti; :
:'f; Klam. :a ken,1JnMt.1 1dpd ,pet "haf..e. > f_;profaneword YorL' on Mond fmoniig intliefmcke -ju1y'el ,ifee trial. la, Pt
" ..o r-fi" ." 1'-1 ): 1LO fLi : : remarkfeg upon !" .lyl'U: it, Iowa. & .. '!* the Mortha
. :, '.;cf ,trev its progress,'anJ1OWe6Pi spokei.way3ikermncJpres of \ t ship' Ilnio ,iforTrewr.Orlislns. ) -, f en the contradictions ja the' evidence, ink .general_ :rev&1\tte..iast; Ds :
cpntinue/o poesinIorida. route to the peat ,of war. ,charge he said that eihibltioa .
ot.1egrowii1g.race. morality
all' the Improvements': : ,: an .ocraey, litife I Delaware few ;aqcWe.ty
Q'bliri n ,
New York Herald,:of the 1st of -fa calculatedto and
weaskvheth- Yours, *. .]3. .swearing ,was unaccetintaby| dit'efli&H'the'st-ery
Now IL. inst.8aysqn; l his arrival : :
..' I ;, at create a'well-grounded: apprehensionthat and, for the fim time turned ,In'favor ,
I r this would be ':t mo.cracy.- THE ARMY NE VS..i :moms and Cbmargo,' he will)),. we,learn, there ,is 'no"safety for property, or :, of the Democrats Can np in? : b_ "

"W-ald it .riot,bring about exactly the We'copy from the N. O.:Picayune. assume the ,command' of the:forces on We, or J liberty i ,.in Boston., ec trlcl.tythe.Ieyc] ,eC originality .
.= the following2. .' GeneralWorth this side of the latter point and .
e29lh tilt
In __ ,
which wefind
; : '
of things 'D.nd' notoriety, on the or the M44 '
state '
jme for SattflJo the "ize them o'r' / aMmoyCme U is .stated, that.an. part
left Monterey pa, a \ t to .enterprising up little of .
,., Cadi runt a State 1 ir freST*
turkey or Mexico,where ajjreedy with him about I thence holsterer in Montreal offers twelve and or it : 0
13th insu :He took >>,, .and :perchance, to 'San misanthropic and ef
1f" 'rtan avaricious Alcalde may :be bribed. : 1000 troops of the 5th,and 8th U.. S. I Potosi where he may form a a, half cents a wand* for'gentlemen's mind!! that she thas melancholy* obstinately tare determines I

t.'f!( 'bribe richer to injure' the_ poorest.Toald .- I infantry and.Col.. Child's. ArtillerylBat-:: junction with Major! General Taylor, whiskeysjojse in making. mattras- to be 'on_ tlw losing'wde i h tte .
seal ,
. .
.. and overthrow Santa Anna if '
the Mexicansdo .
it rather be military ,mon talion. .. < 4- : of
not a
'" 1 .. company misery,, even thoo Jwrcompanions
e' "Santa.Annans makmg--great: exertions : not 'in the meantime take, ..'the. 'c **
tiC !
the are enemie ?
Would it Or
not'cause fomaI The annual ? J
archy. cost of in
I to rally all'the means of the country job out,of their-hda.- dogs like Mark

r'I "tfen of'lawless bands for mutual pro 1 and, in the slang, parlance of the It is'asserted-. :that the most cordial the United States is said .to':be 'seven. ,.perhapn rashes, into Tapfey, Line Delaware .
drersityt: ir ereVr
ee tection. Would it not result! .in the camp, promises "nracbb fandango" at "good"feeling exists between' Gen .'Scott millions. of" dollars.WilImmG.. -.. toudeve1opewhai: is. in her"":"" .'to cosie

h gradual assumption of all authority by San Luis Potosi.Hehas 'already,16,: and Ge Taylor, and that it 'is the ex .:Simms has,been nominated outl r ng.n We ask ourfriccaVpf :

some one,. more energetic, more courageous 000 regulars, and 6000.more: :areon' the press wish. .of the.latter that Gen.Scott in. a,'new paper, for lieutenant governor Bulletin and Courier, thosejreneraWe
ke1t1 march from the capitaL AVe shall, ,proi should take, command of pur. army of SoutfcCarolinn. 'and '
and ambitious than the .. political; military seerf, to solve
more i bably have one more big fight, and then in Mextco./jUJen? .'believed to have .'f this political enigma How 'comes'

rest, who would found upon the peace-a long rest to many. rendered the. War; Department. ; the ..-ihihith-.Thc; St. Louis Delaware to be Democratic 1-Dtlta ,

1.10 rains; of the nation, and by the aid of Yours, truly., J PAISANQ.; most- efficient services in the conduct Republican of the 20th inst, states that -_. __ U 3

the countenance awarded to his superior "MONTEREY, Nov. 14,- '46. 'of the war-the: lines of march, the apportionment 'a: letter'was'received in that place from 'PASSIMEIS; _

":tiJ' talents. dynasty .which would re- "Friend Pick-Ge .\V orth left'here of the troops, the pointsof Chihuahua,'dated 21st of September.On .- 'rf'r'.t rwr- Si. f mh !w.frSm-SftTnmwh.T>c.7ih. .

& of'the Hnn the Vandal yesterday, with about ,1000, regular attack, &c He foes to Mexicoit the, ,reception the news of the .-Mi.. IIavwl-Mr.Smmo.MrAutjpo,, >
1 the '
cal days '
& troops-the 5th and 8th U.. 3.. Infantry is saidwith 'a carte blanche from the capture of Santa Fe, a 'mob collected atul. CluM. Mlr Cro,.n, |r .,"-CWM. Mr. Con;. *

and the Visigoth. It is no imaginative and ol. Child's .Artillery* Batilioii, .administration, which asked his "council and drove :all the foreign residents don, 'S. Told S. S. Burton:!*; T. '!!fc -Sf;a. 4

80 picture we are drawing: Itls:; Gen. Taylor \vent with ,him, and took and promptly addpted it,. concerning from the city,. or rather, gave them nOtice Wm. Blurb Cll&.. I'ine..a.. P.. Ruwlr| B;*F. -,

eat one based upon. the known weakness. Col. May's dragoons, to/the number; of future operations. \ to leave twenty-four hours for a Keith, Mr. Ru jjle*, J. M.Scheiwrhurn,,T.-C-

:Jr. of the human hean. :It is useless x poinL. some 250 as an escort.' I suppose that Gen. Scott it is said, .is to tak out rancho about, eighty:miles'distant, in a Dradibaw, E. \\. Sylwtrr.V.. II. Brnnen, E.

:heth to the new constitution of the Stale of one object of the commander in chiefis with,.him half a. million of Mexicandol-| westerly direction. G. Harruen, Mr. Dlitcb. C..S. Kroerj. ,, 'ftI
to ascertain, possitively, the chances to supply the. immediate wants of rearalcRmtVrn., Gastun (rum S.irtPiDec. ..
Kewr York as an instance where thisproviSiOn the r.rainr] c1. Flour .pments.-The I
j '
beta of obtaining water on ,tbe'road' to San prmy. t r J h.-Mr*. Robtton. Mr. Cooke, C. N.'l1ingtJ., f' ..
has ,been adopted. We exports of grain from New York, from ,
.Luis, in case it may be deemed .expedient {. the 1st \Vntont H. AIall,, .,D.. Hog.Gen.: CenW'f;
MEXICAN ,GUERRILLAS. to the 24th inst., had reached
else in .
have nothing a ,
expected that
could 'to march direct to city- -
We shall l this : 750,000 bushels, and of Flour '83,000 "* "- ...
on occasion, repeat S 1VOTICE.
a had been atacked The in is that Gen. .
where Sheriffs. 'I'aybr's
State report camp what .we. have already said : the war bbls., making an aggregate' value of prnn"ia4...b Utl to ih* .,'ut.crbef; .. '
'11. and murdered when. engaged :in the ; force had been ordered, to Tampico must be carried o'n. against the Arjeri.a 1000000. The .London Times of I ALL) ",", of urn I.t fr'or Henry Bar
D- ; but I believe he can do as be pleases Oct. nard), Jr., tcceafWJvKciur! npnn b 6t e, iinJ.
their duties and where the 22d remarks that of the *
of in this "
discharge I cans as Spaniards cettury one greatest Wilibetier
and if he.finds that 'ho can get to or open account,ftit;) prr(jy 'Iotit'i"t.that
th security for life and property has long 4 San Luis easily in this direction he warred against the French, by the;system I capitalists of England, or the world, dnly n* uch i A7i tnittratrix. tu Put LUlL

of guerrillas, capable of destroyinr had sent out an order to the United niHcimnaiPly, at!,tw]'noirt, nfcuunts &C.. a. ,
eely been impaired. In twenty years we will go there. I give this as mere speculation i !. the most numerous and best organized -- States: for 500,000 quarters of wheat- hall I I..*fount! trmujnjngin! .her!aal.JI unsettled Oft
anticipate the further amendment of its -of course w can know nothing the 11 March IPXtPflIafl.
The establishment of the equal to 900,000 barrels of flour. .
army. national -
u. constitution the of the certain here. If Gen.,Taylor.had. cnllcCulloch's UpjlUKTTA! HARNARD.Aclminiitratrix ,.
by adoption guard should devoted to the LstnteofHenryI3trinrt '
to Fourier principles a community of old company of Rangers practice of the system. In other Fifty-tons of poultry were sent to !, Jr., decuM'fd. .
he could soon find'out all about the routeto lost. any Boston over the Boston and Providence Jnck.on illi'. Drc. "mlr 1 1th, ,184C. AwTo
is .
wires and good and we anticipate the. San:) Luis; as it is, Col. May ma:," bent way therepublic; : 'RailRoad. on Thanksgiving day from -_ -- ----
be The above is from the Mexican All Wliom it IHay Concern.NOTICK .
pleasure finding UREELY installed as. out in that direction.' He. is an Republicans \Ve have seen the paper Rhode Island. III .hfvchy pvrn tlut I claim la IN* -

>/ Grand Patriarch of the tribe, with GaT- excellent and most skillful officer, 1 ago :* cr of the EaU L.Zfufmbe: North
idea in
aso ahead one, too, but the Texans: are same some our own papers.It South Carolina L islature.-On the E iil qunner"..f ciion twrlvp. 'T.wiubrr nin jison or Abby Kelly in some inferior is like a great many otherimilitary\ 1st inst. range riphtwn. &iuih anal Elut.b1 tr ofrr(runs
"lighter draught""than the'dragoons, if the, Senate was engaged in
lalrd Un DecrmUr. 1831nml .
of closet Charle
shouldbe suggestions warriors ThnmfMim.
example .a vcly -
le\ capacity.Ve repeat no I can use an aquatic,comparison in this : but listening to Mr. B. T. Perry on the. ) Ht the expiration of .ir,Swe..k.from tbi date,.
taken from New York. Its experiment case-can get about and play hide and. good theory ; when examined, resolution submitted .by him to give the I hall III'rlIO the curami*.i..n.r of tbf GfncralLnrul

L.B. remains yet to be tried. If it do go seek in the chaparral.better ihaYi any and tested practically, it will turnout election of electors of President and ORic", t"have*th" purchase money reid on "
.a mere historical fancy-a delusion-a Vice aid! Tract l y CharI.. Thomr' on. rrfund to me;.
result in lawlessness and 'anarchythenlet troops in the world, and are now much President to the people. ., .' d bdo
Dot busty dash of the pen. Mexico ih" land being, withimlx limil f.lh Arr'
e needed., If any thing:; turns up '..ouI may : Grant. JOHN J. HELVKNSTOX.NcwnanavlHe. .
us dhcuss.the. propriety its I be a good country for guerilla warfare, Letters from state thatit I ,,,,'
shull'hcar from me again Washington Decem1 )Ith, 1846. 6*
adoption. The most dangerous of all Yours, COMPANERO.. : bur the Mexicans\ will make very'poor is in contemplation] to amend the Sub-

it innovations is the spirit ofchanging instead 'guerrillas ; they have not the'right: sort Treasury bill in such a way, as to, suspend WEEKS, after NOTICE.dale I >hal apply' to the
From the N.0.Times,28th ult.LATESt' : ofstufffor this character. Andjthen SIX .
its the of Probate for N ._ .
of reforming. It was this that operation during war, so the JuHgi au.county.
... FROM THE: ARMY. i too, they have enemies to operate against far as it relates to the specie clause. fur Letter of, Adminutration 'on tlie Ettato oC
brought about the Reign of Terror in ''Advance on Saltillo-Chihuahua in our : very diffierent from Grenadiers, and B___ T_._ ? ...j__ Margarita Rosy, late of Frrnandina df"C .ted.

e Fra ce. God grant' that the meditated possession Tioops despatch to' I Cuirassiers of France, who: were so often \Vil1iams"compariy' of Kentucky JOSEPH' DERGALLO.
Frraandiua. December lilh. 1C46. 6w
7 attack upon the Bench and the Demo- Tampico. I cut off by the Spanish guerillas in infantry is composed of'young: men _:- "'

S cratic.institutions of the American. ,Union We learn that Maj. Graham had, the Peninsular \Var. This is jnst the of wealth and standing It :is .said Sheriff's Sale.

. previously to his may: be averted by the.pr dcuce of ; onxhisf present mission;:' been bushdodgingthese hand to hand, this company is $30,000 each. the Circuit Court of thr Ea trrn Circuit or
\ Sal- Florida, fur ih. County t>f Davut, I mill expoft
. an intelligent community despatched .by Geheral'Taylor to I squad to squad encounters, are the very ,
tu public *ale, in front of the Court""OUIft in thacity
. tillo, with 'a communication to Santa, l cream fighting for our b ys.. We Manufactures in Connecticut.-It appears of Jacksonville in nid county on the rlr f .
'[COKRESPONDESCE OF THE ;NEWS.] Anna, informing the later.,tlu the nr- will match the Americans against the from' recent statistics, that there Monday in November A. D., 1046, between the .

! TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 1st. 1846. mistice tad terminated, and. that,'consequently whole world for irregular warfare for are in Connecticut co'tto.n mills, 125 legal hour of rale on that day -AH that certain ..

, Doubtless} you desire to ,know how : each party hadiuil liberty to the frontier, rough, roll.!' and, ,tumble woollen mills, 37 paper mills, 187 tan- .trisct.iiflnsl., oh filuale and alioul Ijiug IMVe and' beinj t side in the of Littk counrDat. '-*.

. Te-cpmraence hostilities. Major G. fighting. Indian wars have afforded a neries, 6 carpet factories, 32 clock fac- ty '
we are progres.singvith the business\ of Pon.burg Cm>k. and within ,he inv* of a Grant,.
couKtituents iu the It found no troops in Saltilloand: l .. 'was 'informed ''constant exercise for these qualities, tories, 323 coach and wagon factories, I I known ns Richard' Mill Grant, bounded fori -

Legislature. that no opposition would be and! developed them to the highest besides factories for the manufacture .i 1 low: ; commencing at a pot or araLr marked

affords me great pleasure to state that made to the occupation of that city by degree of skill,and sagacity. Jf this of sewing ,silk, pins, mact ,nery, and Tract with a nnd cro., on the from'North tueno We EaztwardtjsIztevis t corner of !aaid-

our. body'has,1 thus far, evinced that the American arms. Gen. Worth had guerilla system your only hope, 3Ir. "Yankee notions" of every description. chain running to a 'water Oak. market with s erosO .

spirit of concession nnd forbearance been, instructed to advance, nt the head I Republicano, then you may as well. Ion the bank of lie .r.ff'pict' Creek;from thence .

of the 2d Division, to take possession: I "come down" and surrender : it is a South wantly by the Crk sixty chain* to a pine,.
which, is so desirable in any deliberative The Telegraph is becoming the mnrkod with acro* ; from thence \Tectwardly
and it \vas Gen. Taylor's intention to settled question, and your republic, as says
assembly aud which can alone N. Y. Sun On ixty chain to a pins mark*)with a.cro**; from
accompany him for the purpose of ta; you call it, "'is" already "lost." We a mighty engine. thence Northwardly sixty CTNIMI* 'to the aforesaid

tend to promote the welfare of our beloved king a glance at the place, and ,returnto can give you two in the game, and Thursday morning a Telegraph despatch bt>:irining: po t or takn.. Said tract or Land containing

Florida. Our members appear Aioaterey. All the troops .were irt beat you "all hollow" at this trick -r- was received at Philadelphia three hundred and *i>..nty and 5-10tka

excellent health and iu,high spirits at,' You divide from a gentleman in Providence, authorizing acre.conyeyed to Fortune RichanJ.r.fJamea; .
as soon as please
to be industrious and energetic, and as may, you Bryant- and Harri uii R. nlinchard., by deed..
a large of tHeni the prospect of the re-opening tiie your forces and scatter your scarlet a lawyer ,to institute proceed- oMuingdateD.Yrmlx r 2hII. A. D.. '1845. Levied
"proportion .
are young, campaign. jUaj. Graham J Jei.| Monterey I lancers all over the country; you may' ings to recover money from the captainor on and will be cold to vntUfy the above mentioned -

it is only to be feared .that, theyiIl. da the l6thinst.CUIHUAHULCol.. ." j split up your Guarda Costa, your numerous consignee of a vessel, then about to ( execution. in'faIr of J me*Armstrong.THOS .

attempt too much" an, evil. ,which. i is" perhaps ,Doniphan, at the infantry and artillery into minute -:I sail for Europe. In twenty minutes By A.V.. .CBicBToit:<'r..ED\VrTH.SbttrJtrD.;- D.S. C..

more to be deprecated than if they head of the Missouri. Regiment, 700 squads, and despatch them through ,: from the time of the despatch leaving JneksrntwiUe9cInI.er 2nJ, 184.G.ar .

should attempt too little.: strong, bad been -despatched by,.,Gen. the,country, but Y.9U'win catch, any Providence, the vessel was placed in :: Trie ibik i- p tponed b, consent of"

Kearney to' Chihuahua, :which "he has I of.our riflemen or: rangers asleep, or' custody.U. parties from. the' first Monday in November tu
i You will, perceive in the Governor'smessage Monday the seventh Jay(December next
occupied) the inhabitants ,offering no 1 straggling off, or unprepared to give ,
for certain amendments S. Senator.-In regard to Mr.McDufhVs I NAV. Gilt. '
suggestions "resistance. .. you just such another crashing'volley seat to be filled,. the Char- 03":: 'The above 'sale ts postponed from the 7th>
'to"fh 'Const tt] i sUch, .as biennial -: MONCLOVA,-This place XsValsd. in Ben NcCulIoch poured into your ranks leston Mercury says-It ,is pretty gen- day of December inn., until the first Monday- ofJunaary

instead of annual ..sessions*the the hands ot our army, ,General. .Wool's at..Uonterey.D.Jta.! understood.that .Col.-Elmorehas I next.
erally I .
: D.ecI1IbeE1.i. -of. ,
Legislature,-six months instead of division 'having met with the same for refused to let bis name go before I.I .
Hon., Hamilton *ish-"our beloved :
tune Col. They marched Constable's Sale "/
as Doniphan's.
i "" those
two years as a,qualification .for citizenship -' into Monclova the 30th of Octo .Fis1i.h as the. Tribune,, ivhich defeated the Legislature. Among spoken I virtue of'. wri:of.Fwri Ysciuiuoed oat
: on ; off; ,are the ,Hon. ..R. B. Rhett, Gen. BY of Justice CtKirt I will eipoe -
&c., .&c.. These seem tote loudly ber. Gen. Lopez Governor of him,: calls. him-whig candidate for Mi4dt'tun's
l\JopcJo-'j Hammond and Judge Butler., to Public Sale, in front of the Court House
called.for by the people; arid, .\vilT$ undoubtedly va, and a deputation of lieutenant governor of New York-has in thl city of Jackson. vtUe,count j of Dural,'on the

be acted upon ;by'the present our troops i in their advance several lcs'1,published a, card, :j in which he expressestheopipioii One of the first companies in this city firtt Monday January. A. D.. 1847, between

from tha \tow cordiallywelcoming I. .that the ,whigs !have that promptly responded to the demand the.>:"I.b\lu.or sale on that day -AU that err-.
Legislature. There seems ,also to be their, arrival and "scotched, the .snake, not killed it."- of: the for volunteersfor tHin trnct of land situate,lying.and being in tl>>. .
proffering perfect secretary
a, C'luntyof Uiival, on and about the'West side of '
general disposition to provide
a compensation Nevertheless Mr. Fish thinks ;the -
that the inhabitants the Mexican .was a Company :
friendship,stating 'v.ar", Liuln Potsbiars Crick, ami within the lines of a
!: for jurymen. In ray opinion had been shamefully neglected by their> :\wnlgs 'andrantlrenters'. 'have won "a of Germans{ "\Ve beg. all those who Grant known as Richard'Mill Grant, bounded asfojlows

J 'the most equitable method of effecting own Governm nt. .One" of the .best,. glorious} ,yjctory." ., have ,deluded,themselves' into a, belief : commencing; nt a post or .slake,. marked
this is'to houses' .in Monclova 'ofi'eJ'to -Gen. '1'. that Pat iotj8mbere.i i confined ;tp citizens with a erug, vn the, NftflbV..t, corner of.said
tax nil
?, impose" upon' suits -was. ,. .- A/Nejy York correspondent of the Tract and ruanui:from thence Caatwardly sixtv-
,, ,at. Common Law or' Chancery' ;.\which i Wool as residence,; and accepted by Washington...Unionsays'On: Wednesday of native birth 'to 'remember seven ch"in'toa water Oak,marked with' cwsz,
,.. him, where he established his headquarter this circumstance'i .-Philad. Timt& ,. on th.t'hunk of the aore aid -Cretk; from t&enctt
'are5titiated in the' various : were made
; j on
Circuits largjnyqnti
I '
i ; The American forces Jiere number S"UbwRrdly.by-th..t Crerk'sixry chain* to a pinemarked .
r andinave, introduced a;Bill to the Genera about 2600 who seemed; to !:behighly the new loam 'John Vard. & p.paidin : IA counterfeiter, in passing: the, tollgate : : with a cn..;"from .h.ncWntwardiysitj !
., near, half 'a' million,; mostly! ,in* specie l : ather impertinent'tov : cbiin; ro a -r 'marked with a cross; fromthehrW
.A Es bj Ji xyjtk these provisions,: [ l with their' sjiuation ., stcveningwas: : .
pleased .
,, : ; ,new ,;"although the:)law does not'requireppecJe3fltl erViUinm I .r'hw..rdf1..ixt1 chnJn to the aIo'e.aidbeiin'in
!!" Whatm. ybeits Intel' all excellent,healtli.1 :Catain. "> t the ;gat.e-kce stake. Sa cllrer. nf Land *
: am," of course,*' being : ] :: jHHt or con
J :
1""- ; unable:.io divine. :Every,.todjLiows' Davia, the'bearer of despatches.,estates '>" January. .\. _*j said he, (for.]they 'had some. knowledge] tnin lhrre iMtndml rim)"v" },,.ami 510ths acres

"'.. that'V a corn beef mutton and"every : q'e.ri wita his stafT"has .obtained of one another ). "William. you are amght'inean1w : cmtPyfrI \a Fintnne R'rlHird.IVy Jam'.. W. Bryant
t -
:that a new iJl.1s-6ur* for the : Kiey, : n but, now\that have I and Harrison It.. lU"o..anl.by ditbearIr4da'Dec'mbr .
? game: other for the sis- ( to, the, U. ,
ne'cessary 'sq permission* o 2Gth. -A. D."1845: lyrrUr' and will
.young politicians who. wish, to stretch tencoof the be procured thereat States paid you, i I: supooseLmay pass. '. od! the aboi
armnyj can ; -nexfspring,' provided every rh" to *ntify! mpntiotiej execution,
I'i thelf newly'fledged wings, and producer reasonable,prices. The corn in Coa, -ihing! reinain, -quite in .Califorhia. Col.. .4 es1 was the reply, "and..you Iia1vepassed ;,in'favivr-of'J"hn 'llnmnrd. .

i :: effect, /so that, ..after, all, jurymen huila is,the .best'in'quality,'and of more R. B. Masorfibtrthe U. S. Dragoons, }vors ,ills\\in.. lam: In your SAn D'r.'mh..rJIh.- JOIIUAFINIMORE. 13.6.. Cowuble.T .

.". :may: Il1'ai'o !to serve'for4 nothing'and i .. abundant ye41ttn any Caj)!. D. ever. liasgbeenldfdepH: to'California, io.takemm time!-:Pe!! 'l ___ '. '
S '!e find'ihcfnsclvcs.: '<. ''tor *endeavoring V'*"> : ; to 'saw; 'and according to hiflrexpericncejthe'climate ,, : .nd/pCifrg 5 'Uragodns('who haveaccompanied 'editor' 'outvies* advertised, for: !u.: .Snbicri r bi e*. .knvt.' to lofrnn* his

and country arc5'truly delightful. !, Gen.- ICearney. (capable, of writing ongrave' friendo, nni: tt'"* .iLe.tlua'L'1iist1r.d op
assistant /
'raake it otherwise : '
presume ..the law ( *"" rr < r 7r! '.rg- 'I an h1i S
marched -
Gen. Wool rom, r- r > ''madeapplicationfor Itotise,.and h. now pn;ui'rnl ta accommodate a. ,
yerswill. ban1.pc 111'effigy before I e 1'rcsidio de.Rio.Grande. .to. loncloya, The,Commander of the 'N. YRegiThertt -';' sribje ts.;' tAri .applicant''whomhepuiitfipciuesl 1 few'tv: .pectahr Hqtrdir..k HI* |>ium irr" well o.
? $/' : 'the' office, to calculated eiih r for single.' 'L'n.JA3IEsKEOGU.. ii e*'familie .
Xol. Burnett .recently ordered *
I f -n distance .hundred andour ; ,,, .
,1t '
returnjrnme.'. ', .., ,., two< fc' '
: :service Is' An officer thorough ) i o q-- % Jou: an7 : ; .
into. ; '
..f- c-r-h ';.gives4Inc* grc3tt.p1easure conrtT .pules' !eleven. ? Inarching': :daysir! He educa, onand be has rendert. .' editorial ejcperiencQtl4N6'i -;,,' :' .. \ .,.:. 'I.. i..i"..;, .. J"'.' ;Ddr.e;4.'18tO..t 8 1I "'4ti -
*t %- *-s. military
< ir> l.na .
-.....4! ,,.iny Tcjendson :The, ,, unpece.P'1leHted -: eTghitylays isubsjstencebii.hand. --i .t t of 'was the reply ;"but-I.have for ".
f tbe *
*tIfl..I.JF>l l{TItIc1.1.
jantUvasin t1q.tp.
ailyi e ..
pectn .2 t9g1 fantunder. ,
l improvement.. -those.!portion?. :able noopen ..a. comxnunscatiouivith! ; ;: ; :,:unde ;' !I.. Scott t"and.aften/prds four.)'earskeJkth! \tjic'p $; ... : f for ::?? -A .,:pwr1trvJb;: EXPflhTaoULy. AMD .

.. Jt .J i \\c '; ; ;; 1tg1 in :.Gel .'rayor#f*-r:fuiu r (8ajiPiCS."W') i': ftJl!' .in' FIoridaundcien.1ayior. '. ..u- *- tatDe1_ r.. .. '.. ("' ...-{. Tr&! .,'.'.- .... .IiIi'T.,1'.. ;.... ..:.. ,PUCI1T1DAT,z-._' Tilts......uii.1...,. -,. ,: ..;,.- $

4 ... tftf.... .1JtOT (t\,' 4 ,> "- "" _,"r'... ., .. ,aft.. !. t1jj4, '" ; ', &:,."., '3)j4. ....tMl.h '''-. ,. s. .;;, ,'..t..,.: 'I"t.1J. I..'. .* J1'f'. !".. .!.-'4__,CJO.!, a,*$m i:t" ''; < .. ;: .. :'\,**/:":

f. v". ,. ....'...,..-.,...." ..).w.-.,...I.," .,.. .". -. i. ,2.;..'t"_.".,,.;:!'"-''*::..'.:. .;",.. '.;.r'.4',' r't ". r_ H ,J..f.. ','".-tt. ., ..aM.--'? ,,..rr'.. ".."t4.. 1-\ "t. ;. l.t.. d l1# l ir ft' '! l lt!tti 1.. ,. : *. *...;*!rl'N' SI ;".4i tJtH ti., .'.,:;;It..... %, &* I
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i q first ji of January next, 'the Subs n' .t..ec-b.
1, I n YA.Vlftaeof a writ of fieri.facias,!ssne\l Sieftfee ON.ih.,.; ,will; oBer aJ' ,for -saJe aVthe plantation" ofZepbsmih ; ;.&; WEBSTER-' !( J 1 'ok. .. C JaJ ..,.. Ir.
D Cocrt of tlrt iUiiern'.Circait'of RAVANZITAff QA S' .
Cirenk : igsI.j'.'ista;pf DoVal-County;' deceased '4 M. .. .

t Flori4a! for tbe county\of Dtrral, I will expos a towtHk called .SI n :Joc\ aboorfivsVnrilea from : :DJCAURS in the, following".articles.,which will be : r 4. :tW- U.S.M.Wr.e. .

ii :sale:In front,of the Court flpose in tlie city, 'Jacksoavtle, on the'Rher St. Johns;the following j sold.O, as.reasonable e terms,.a. any other estab-, : ; : .'t 'II"Ii .

: k of Jacksonville1, in the said county, 'on:tb first property. belonging- to. the Estate! of.said Kings .luhraent the Southern.o nui.- J' raSssa *
A. D.: 1847 b.t..tih1.- i.
of ,
g eroCsaIS.ntbzdsyt1iefoUoingprop.r.Janoary; .ley;,.that Is tossy,twenty one Slaves', !Sophy, Labo, COMPLETE assortment of Agrictilraral Inv : : "
r gl Julia A' of 28 different sites and SEMI'NARY., '1su1ed. .h e deck f uiisomely 2 11. ,
,George, Philip, Patty, Paul, LAIn, Sally, .plement., consisting; / : H
f;. tyTi,: One iron grey_horse, one bay,poney,some Nanny, ,Jacob" 'Sylvs,:*Adsm, Edwin, ,Nancy, patterns of Ploughs, Hoes, (various kinds) Axes. furnished and Mn ffi&

_stock cattle;'number n known, ; one.ox, one four Chloe Joe. Amelia, Toby, Patty.,. Combat and Trace and Ox Chains, Shovels and, Spades, Hay THE coarse of Instruction pursued in tala ,m** taproot A* .'X JsJ
eIedcs.rr1ageone; flat one. boat; one"pair old) is founded,upon the principles of loductien -- fort-she be
I. ,Dick; AUoVl the mules, horses. 'cattle, boats, and Manure Forks, Patent.and American Scythes, ?Drp. 5iTSfc2
L carl wheels, 'one library ol''books, six large? and fiats;cans waglozi.,'and plantation tools'belong Reap' Hooks, Grain Cradles, Corn Shelters, Corn aiiI1tiil l J1- StudeDtaw'ho' are unprepared route. This boat .U1 trri jj It,Wjil'.

J 'smaltpine tables five bedlt ada.one drtu ,and in: to laid plantation Also a tract of Land containing .and Cob Crushers. Portable1:French Burr Grist to ,enter oU.e"/nay,' here, portwtbe;requisite 'nand'1'l' f b..f ;tW. qt

t [ cherry table, one bed and crib, ten mattrasses,,one about JO acres'at St.John's Bluff with! the Mills Hand Corn Mills,Straw Cutters,.Ox Yoke, studies; while those,who are Hot, desi| e4 daily lie. n f tan fOf .' L"
bed, beddbg,pillows and bolsters, two for a profession: can select such breaches nwy e'HJ 8nnmr. .".
leather improvements thereon;' Also a tract of Land called ,Patent Churns, Foot Cotton Gins., Saw.Gins/Pat-:/ ..
small mahogany tables, one saddle,one sofa, twenfj -. be.t'I'1ltibeir object In life.TheI .- ,Alto
; a Kiddy's Point,- with ,the ,improvements thereon; .ent Fan Mills and Nails. 'lIpI'W WWsIngt351 _
.;f )clairs two mantle glasses shades' ; candlesticks .Also tract of Land.called.Camp New Hope, on Full assortment of'While r Lead, Colored- ,Paints I :regulations'oi the institution are formes brig or"rqoe"li which lea, .. 11.2

f tt and tamps,-andirons, shovel and tongs,carpet and the St. Johns River,with improvements thereon and Painter articles, Sperm,Whale,Linseed and with the single design of promoting tlwInt.lleca.. 'Thorsdajr and SatDrda, t" 'N'.T=

' c'g* |wo maps, crockery, knives ,and (forks, .and ; Also' a tract of Land containing about '404 C.. or.Oil.Spirits Turpentine,Varnishes,Window .al'and'moral advancement of its members. arrival ol the St. Malth...r. n.W

M! I glassware, one gun one bureau,.one table and pine acres situated bn the East side of Lake George. Glass, Window Sash The discipline is Intended to be strictly parental. Psssenera, willa th.lr be. '

cupboard,:four wash stands; two watches, eight The slaves will be sold in families if practicable.Terras .- Gun Powder Shot.Bar Lead Percussion C.ps. The Preceptor desires to cultivate, with' his',u- board ofeither.h&MI,H'Tlabo aired.'If,0... 'It.. ,"

t large tnd twelve small silver 'spoons, two .looking of sale,:ene .half cash before delivery. or Foolscap, Letter;, "Wrapping anti PRINTING pill', habits orJdrid'aad familiar Intercourse, and : boat -III.. as rol1

ti (tau s1,, and kitchen furniture Also,.one. : lot"inJocksotvUle conveyance of the property, and the balance notes, PAPER, PRINTING'aod Writing INK. influence them rather, ,an appeal J,ta.the,better La"PiItk a 81"erJ T.w7,A..M. : '

bsing lot, number four, corner of I with two good and sufficient securities; to b 'approved Carpenters and Coopers Edge,Tools;GARDEN principles of theheart, than by sevsre. ,sad disgracefulpnnishment. PJco1"ta '1. Ie )i... .
.Forsjtb Liberty streets,"adjoining Mr. John by the Gout of Probate or the Judge thereof SEEDS, warranted .as good as any ,to,>be;found. < Black Creek If ,: n;', U '.
'M. Pirns lot containing n.qu.rter'of'an acre of payable 12 months after date with interest. Orders; thankfully r ied.aad promptly attended An accurate,'account of the d Jj tquenc. of every Jacksonville 3' .
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geii d. Taken execution and will be'sold' as K.B.'GIBBS. \ to. .. > scholar and signal the degree attainment F fr"iihio.p". ,, apply to II

'the properry of the. late John L. Dojgett. ceasedI I B: A. PUTNAM, $' E,ec.at.rI.NOyeHr Savannah', Ga.. June 19ib,1846. "' is kept a copy of ',which account,, I in 'co.oxioa ,CD""board,or&0 > M.--

I jn>be |hands of Maria Dogfrett Kxecutrix.&c.. at I II 6, 1846. 6ws' with the regular term bill. is transmitted to every WOOD & CLAGjj '

I : the suit" Charles' Broward and William. Eiibanks, HOLMES &' CO. parent or guardian,'who may desire it. ,.. .
'J Eubanks deceased and *
KxecutorsofSteplien : ; Administrator's Sale.
I :r c fit ra suit{ Ulysses B.Brewsler against Palmer : the fourth Monday' in December'next, I MESSRS.] ,HOLMES & CO., have removed -lito.
. S ON : of Merchandize to the large Higher Branches. $3 00 a AC'.b f.J...
4 "and .Dof will expose for'' sale at the' Court House A. coy. J. i .
gettTHOS. formerly occupied by the United States, Common Branches, -' 7 00
LEDWITH Sheriff building
i door at Alligator, all that piece .or parcel of land A
W. CRICHTON D. S. situated known as the Government Building. They have Latin and Greek Classics, extra. fn'. Bla
By, ; and lying the county of Columbia a. DrTbe.steamer SARAh .
Dec. 41846. known and designated as Lot six (No. C,) fractional added to their stock, by the late arrivals from Lessens in .French', given at .the request of pa in connection with jhs |S SPALD UW35

t$4 I -r section one, Township one, Range twelve, New York, a full assortment of Dry.Good, Groceries rents. LisLe Monrop l- one' qnd.ffd) tl' "

Sker.\ff's Sale. (12) containing 93 acres.i Said land sold by order I ,. Hardware1.. Provisions, &c., .&c., whichtheyreprepore4to Any pupil "'thdrawn'rom the School before the .b,.Paljka up the SL John'nd I. .
4 virtue of a"writof fi. fa., issued out of the of Probate Court of said county for the benefit sell at reduced prj "i. end'of the session,'e C.'pfor reasons which tat Scpt.12,1346. riff'.
,1,1 V C'rcuiCourt of the Eastern Circuit of Florida of the heirs and creditors of the,estate, of John Tbey are now prepared to purchase Cotton, Principal approves, will be required to pay for the

for the county bl Duval, I: will expose to pub- R. .ert.on, late of said county,'deceased. Hid,., and other produce of the country, at the unexpired part of that seasiun. Florida and '
iic sale, in front of the Court House in the town JAS. R. .ROBERTSON,. Adm'r. highest Market rates and make cash advances on No deduction:will! b- m dfl inth charge against Packet.Sayaa.aII .

11 of Jacksonvifleinsaid County,on the first Monday Columbia County,'E. F., October23.1846. consignments to their friends in Savannah and a pupil for occasional absence. l cases of pro- TlJErejsilarj u

i in January next, between the legal hours of Charleston! or New York. traded sickness requiring the pupil to be withdrawn p'I GASTON nlll Par.1.tx.

tIr .ale on thatday, n.certain negro male slave called Two Hundred Dollars Reward They have a new article of 'Wrought Iron from the Sclraul. proper deduction will, kt rive RI I.kul., C... fr. p .

taken In ecutionaa' the of Ploughs 1 -to which they would respectfully call made.ratrnnage. 1. r.
I JOHN "e property PROCLAMATION ing 9 A. M.
u ___ : t .!a'I r.-- ____ L. L t oo rack ".Ir.1id. .HI
i; : -Jesse Gribam, to satisfy an execution in favor of Bf W. D. ITC08ELEY, G.T. of Florida. tbe attention .! rionters. II squciiea irom nor, wno navt> PH :P. M. for S v.nnah via ".t

fl Wra P. Ross. Jacksonville N.". 6. tf. an unqualified confidence in the ability and integrity I St. Marys, and all other innnrdi AI.ndlfiJi JIfI
THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff C. that of the Principal.The ; te laIiIhpw;
it has been certified to me I irrive in Savannah
Jacksonville, Nov. 13th,.',1846. WHEREAS McNABB, awhiteman in the III Circuit Court. school is now in a ftourid. ncco..litlnn.- PaMenger for CharJ-early,lOTIin e.on.Sundar

i custody of the Sheriff of the County of Alachua EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. The building it a Urge, commodious and elreaat ifce ..ning in iU d ail t line .Ira..at r..
& ; TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.BY. the Eastern Circuit of Florida, on an accusation I or structure" recently erected by Florida Lodge, No.I. rhe Gaston nin in
virtue of the power vested in me by law, I having feloniously murdered one Samuel Woodsin TIMOTHY WIGHTMAK Adminis- nfl. O. O. F. \V..la'V 1M.". CI' "liCJ"; .
for sale before the Court House tratbr of all' and singular the Bill for Trorato The 'location is of well knwn andis nrit rrf,PIrIiota'II
shall expose ; the aforesaid county of Alachua, in this State. on. alubfiiy .New, York, of which
Goods and distribution of one .
$ Chattels
door in the cty: Jacksonville, county of Duvalon -made hi*escape from the custody of said Sheriffon Rights easy officers. Board may be obtained at reasonable morning.. evm* M**JTh

: the 2nd Monday in4pri1next. The following the night of the 14th inst., and is now a fugitive Credits, of JAMES B. MASON, nuet.orE.larc.dt'c.al1ed. rate in respectable families in tin plsct Gun,,,, .d..- iiuVtrtiin
&c. &c.. and
?. property, or *o much thereof as will pay the State I I"fax.fnr from justice. vs. Jacksonville, E. F., March 27th, 18 CG. ly hr way Iii Savannah. b BIetCri.,
: 1845, and State and County Tax fur tae James McNabb it about 5 feet 8 inches high FREDERICK BARTHKLOW and fur an Injunc- 4'tAJIE..O OF

i.. 1846, 10,000 acres of land on and about made has red hair. blue inclined AQOILLA. MASSEY, et. al. Crf'ddun.. PACKETS.
y-ar tout ryes, eye-Inibes J JACKSONVILLE HOUSE Tie \r.I.'C.lI..i"J'fti.; 1.ii.
&c. fcc. .
Trout Creek. known as the Sibbald Tract; J,.90'oJ to be white; is an Irishman by birth, and a itors, be.I.. -w
Dunn's Creekbeionging to the heirs of Domingo of much having been made to nppear by affidavit t. THK subscriber having recently titled,' ij'"tchelrpgnlz thy r rry Mmaia'. -a:
acres on intelligence.
man the satisfaction of the Court that D. M. Van I :; ,the above establishment, with a view to tin- Uris cr.J NTON.T. Lfc fliai.rJ1.
the St. Johns
Fernandez 282 of the vetted
acres on therefore virtue
; Now, by authority Uri "
and nccommod tion ii'iin. : AUGUSTA, A. %I.
Weael Jones junior.Valrer' convenience -
l Aaron ,
; River, at a place called St. Jo eph, and award in me, I do hereby offer the above reward of Two Murphy greater J u.., 23. SkrinsM1aNtr?.
Aqutlla Masey,Jamet'B. Morgan. Stephen Eddy, whom ill health or pleasure might attract tiihi
Smith 282 the .
of Water
by the Estate acres on Hundred Dollars for his apprehension and delivery New
Levfa Leeds nnd Andrew of Florida' solicits the ,1 l the hark V F:n (x.FJfrrrn'J
L. Levy Benjamin portion patronage _
and owntd' .
called St.
St.. Johns River, Joseph, to the Sheriff the county of Alachua And Ib :,
I' Rohb Defendant in the irbove entitled cause, resida.out .public. trusting that none, uli"nmy favor him, will z \VANNA If. A. II."' I..Njl.
and the last abovementioned .
.s. by James Singleton; adjoining all officers and citizens are enjoined to aid in his
Drix; EXA(J .J J..,...
situated Sample of the State of Florida and beyond the find anything requisite their comfort nrglrctrd. .IhIl.fn.JadJ UJ
Tract: 11.50 acres on arrest,according to law. ( Ilrs;
And that Martin L. of Jacksonville 1xclL: : C. U. :,ttU I..
: Jurisdiction of this Court; The healthiness protection lnaIrJsJ. J_
Nassau known.
Swamp near River owner not Given under my hand and the Great Seal T... ,.
4. THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff. D. C. of the State of Florida, at the Capitol insELTallabaIlBt Baker, another of the Defendant in the said entitled from ilit harsh sea LrP.t'cnn.t its eminr uf access irr.4. e..mmapdg J,!,.'._..
cause resides without the Ea.tern Circuit frum any I point, have alwnr* nctind it she i'xp-i. 'rw.. ",b. "ill ft.. rrry r.S.lieJ.ls4t
A.V.. D.
By CRICHTON Sheriff.Jacksonville. [ this 24th day November.. A. ...,, .
Oct. 1846. and in tho Middle Circuit 4 Florida; Anti, that reputation of bring l''. most advantageous plart! : r..HdIthl5I. ,.. 1"IiIO.iUr -
a D. 184C. and 71at of American Jnd.-
year John Walerston, another of the Defendants in in East. Florida, for the report of invalids during. They| winMiraw j il r''M"t.IUU '....I..owp,..I .'"

5 Levy County Sheriff's Sale. pendence. W. D. MOSELEY.By sail cause also ieides out of thn 1'uJlPrn Circuit lh" winter season. T. such i.5ron.. Iw offers .r- 1 t...rd to M-I. .1.II SI.-.M.I".,_

:< ,. WILL he sold on the first Monday in January the Governor: Governor of Florida.J. and in the Southern Circuit Florida: On inutinnf clmmOlfRllnn."whi h<* hopes will prove wcrept- S HJ-orua: 1I01.'D.'
(1847,) between the bouts of 10 & William F. Crabtrce,Esq.,Solicitor for the said able, nnd as medical ndrice. of the hi:he.t oidtr, Arn,. J..k6.
.T. ARCHER Sec- State. Dec 4
2 o'clock that day the South West Quarter of commnhdfd in th tlif l fl'flJs can I. .*ivtirt. .._ .,. .K.. ..t"dL.. ._
r 5 on Complainant, __ __ __ can lie 'twn. may rely np "" .5.-...,
'i the South West Quarter Section 7, Township FOUND, IT is OUDERKD That the said I. AI. Van upon the most careful attention. tA pH..ri. t. J:. K. cun & CO., Jt"

.. 16. Range 19, and the North West Quarter of the A DIAMOND STUD. and a small GOLD Wezel I. Aaron Joneo, junior Walter Murphy, viititornfromlht* North have occasionally dlayed **- _JnlyJi.lNcw. J..'.;

: North West Quarter of Section 1.8. Township IS LOCKET containing bairand with an inscription Aquilla Masey Jan>e B. Morgan Stephen Eddy, their romin*. under slut imJpuio. thai the 'ork AdvcrtIJellle. -

,I.: Range 19, South and East, containing 80 acre, nras on the back. The owner can have the same Levin L. Levy. Benjamin Leeds, and Andrew house wa filled,th. suU-criber takes 51514! '1'1'| .'- mm, --- .-

c1: much. will satisfy the taxes due on tbe sam tm application to the "News" Office by proving Robb do appear and answer the Complainants Iunity to assure -urh in future, that in that rl\t.. TinTREASUEtY

?: (or the present year (1846) with all costs and ex property and paying the cost of tbia advertisement. Bill .of Complaint within four months from the he can always providothem tcmporniily wiihrnmfortable OF BISTORT

penses accruing for advertising the same. The Jacksonville, Dec. 4th. date of the publication of this order, or the same nccommodntiuti, in the town. q.mitlu" ,
.. above named lands are situated in Levy County on will he .tnken'a confessed again them. OLIVER WOOD.Jacksonville l'm",1 1S.r"n.a r."ul i.ts..bwt.. '! '''I iw.r

4 Witblacooche, a short distance above the well DR. AMBLER, would IT is FURTHER ORDERED That the said MartinL. Drc. 19, 1345. lyWatchmaker i. en.at unit moskiea4
. known place called Fort Clinch, and owned and DN'.rIs: give notice that he lies Baker nnd the snid John Waterston.d<,ap|>tnr t U "r ul It->|.aiati* fliI.NW-* 5,1lr111r1ltnl "'"

claimed by James Lynch, and bounded by U. S. located birmHf in Jacksonville and answer the Complainants nid Bill within two itIjtini (totIjt X.ri". sing' eiiii, sh.itniw. .

lands,unless there have beenlan4ls recently p..rcaa.djoinin in the practice of Dentistry and havingother ; months (ram the date( the publication of ibis B V 5.rnrri. r"'ht. e..t.Iit..g,t h. b.
and Jeweller.No. SA..MUKL
aed. The above lands will be sold at business interests in the place, intends to Order, or the same will he taken u confessed ,\u.llnr (" MAUNDKH/
5 MAi.x-STittr.T. 'ln-nui -f Kr .,,,.
I the Court House of J>vy county. [E. Daniel'*.*] make it his permanent winter residence, occHgion- against them. "' .% .;" "I
ally visiting some other places in the in He wli.m.l1p ritizns "j.lu4-afTrt-i.-iry. I.iii .,", andTi..nrv. I ot".1IIII
" W. D. ANDREWS Sheriff vicinity Alto IT IS FURTHER OuDKP.ED., Thnt n copy *pmfullv ; .
and Tax Collector for Levy county. this way securing to the community the general 'of this Order duly certified by the Clerk of this ()JiirkiMinvill and!i'I virttiilv.lhnt TIlE hisToRy, tc ,. i."finl
advantages of a permanent residence. t hp.'bri. removed' fhn li,".;r immediately OF AltJEjnCJ
k October 23. 1846.Columbia ._ Court, bo puhliahrd in some newspaper printed -I ; .: rr.u UJUliN !
All operations in Dentistry performed and within the En tern Circuit Florida, once a week L *Ijoininj thscently one reo- JN111\tij.r ,
She rift's Sale. C"'II..I. 5is is -.elnps. t..rje Irt1v, .thei.rnvsaia.
Comity warranted.
i : consecutively for four month uaul..'tI. n* theoffice Illinlill
I virtue of my office. and power of law invrijed : Teeth set from a single one to entiro f4. \h .lisjn0 ill paiswacwu1deie
. BY an set. THOS. DOUGLAS, JMdSe.I of th "FI.'rSI l" Sc MmMn.nnd i i. now prepared
; 11' in me, I_ have. l IPeLI upon and will oOer Nov. 27, '46. tf I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, d*> lierehy; rot"1pt'nt.'iah 1'rumJ.litut1.l1n4tf.I r. ci>nnJCted I 1 ,.fUila.r.JU. ili_:.$?., .
! for sale before tho Court House in th u-wn of Altigator DANIEL ADr... Publisher.I07Fult .
4 above 1m of nil'Order
NEW GOODSAt certify the to a true copy with aI..llltf.v.linp.! .
. I on the first Monday of May next, I between Black Creek and ChiT Hill.rTUJECWftcribcrrespectfully made and -ntred In she nhove entitled CUUMT; on : Mr. Gruthe'wmdd "H"! "s,.. sIsal li" baa determined SPI'I. I3ih street, New J..
the usual hours sale that this folio 1346. .
day, ing .
, of on the 15th of Au A. D.. 1346. excl..iyp.J1 t. ,
.S informs his friends day ?tI.t to iron fine |11.i iittentinn. in future, -
p described property, viz:-Section 26,Township 1 J. and the public generally that he hat just receivwl WITNESS, WHEREOF. I IwrennMIt. to work in.th*.f trnin-Ii'.. lie renders 'hi* Administrator'S Notice. A

I! Range 11,. containing 80 acres. Section' No. 2, ; his Fall and Winter Stock of Goods, and 5.' iLPt my hand and affix the seal of Saul thanka. to the.,mnny (ri<*ti .
. : 93 res. Section 23., Township 1,. Range 13. d'Bt.lhey nre well selected for this market and Court., ,! aiul inui that hi* exertions hereafter ..J:...'.. O'Nt-m;Jitilgrisf J't..r.r

; ,Levied upon as.the property of Richard due thereon, olker for to ut prices that cannot help to. suit purchaeers.Caltnndevimine .- OSCAR HART Clerk. ivillh such lt n. is i iner'H it! she r..uisty..f Na'oa. Inr.ft daarJ; A-iI
the State and
jmy County taxes for S.'ptcni.rth. 1846. '4m From lhp. in hi. rut''le*l l.him..lf l. Ira"',. lIt
I I tk, .. .__ .__> your"t. lv s. All kind- of long 'r 'huiaeiif < olwr 1.'Ui.i.j .:-1"'_"h: S.k"sirw
year 1846. ALSO re.tuum..LTII(1UCe* Tf M. .J. Will'" be taken" in payment (or Fo.'Snlc, & r.e.m.Iputl"'P., itulinfaftionwwl, I.i- ..(. ntnl! Samnrl S.C!.ri"|...pii.iil'lCEll )..,:....t.

Section 35, Township 1, ,Range. 11, containirgM Goods at the above place) A VALUABLE piece of land, containing .charges will l e mtHioir.ui and- nil. r.0 u'onuble o* tJ"t't r_ C. IMlAUDpCK, y

i t t. acre.-LeYied as the of Deinpfy rDARMN c, }PRESCOTT.: c,242 acres, eligibly fituated on Fleming'. those, s.Ithe North... Adini( .i4irilor 011*ikf JiiWet.Nattnit .

4 .t ,Wood, to satisfy upo tbe taxes due property thereon for theyear Black Creek, Nov. 13,1846.Cotton Island on tho Sr. John river. For a description N. B. Cl ck./nriil. \Vntrho, repnimt in the l keel C inrl tlfttfi, I.
the and manner, curl at the .hnne notice.Jackonville. \ i' au ContHv. AMJ |
1846. .of land quality of the soil nlso fur l'IrmA. UI Hilt.,JI.I6. __
Ginned. '
inquire of Dr. A. S. Baldwin, Jacksonville; or of Dec. 26. 1845.
1t .ALSO. Subscriber consequence of the ce..ral : : .J""nistrator's Notice.'
Township 1 11 entered t. THE I SlIP subscriber. at Ware Lake, .Marion county,
Section 35, Range ) ortn..of the crops, determined. to FORWARD & ALDRICH SIX MONTH.h*.- .1..T... -fMll .i-rrS
$ James Livingston supposedjp.be Demp.yVond.., receive orders for ginning cotton> at a reduced Florida. S. F. HALL1DAY.- : ,11_ .. eJ" 1I"al.roJ"ttt"J,'

to satisfy the taxes due thereon' 1'for. the year 1846, price. His charge will be unet cent and a half per October,. I84G.I tf. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Ab.rl.sr r" lhl).. e. .1..It'r. Pi.Uti--'h..1M

1t ALSO, poundMessrs.. Fernandez & Bi lx 0 will receive Administrator's Notice. 03" Will practice in the nevernl Courts of Law F.uite''( ..jhsraiis. 7,..V,. IHW ot MM'r. aljuVmaad ,..

n Section Township 2, Ra nge 11; about 400 all cotton consigned to him nt Jacksonville free of MONTHS after date.. I hall makf appli- and .qui I!, in the'Eastern Circuit of Florida. cp..d : Mltd sill la'rs... hsvi. ">t*.

I, ..tt acres-Levied upon as the property of I. D. Hat charge. and it will be returned to them at that SIX on to the Honorable Judge of Probate for WM. A. FORWARD St.-Augu.tine. mill .:.I ..". are 1.-1'1. rrq.trre'' ,I'. prrtrst "

l or C.;D. Nort.to satisfy iho taxes. **due thereon for place without expense to the owner. Orders are the County nf Nf\lIau'for u final settlemenr; 1 ,LoUIS ALDRICH Ncwnansville.LIVINGSTON 1"P"III 1 AU..It'd fr ."': .

: 'IF the year 1846. respectfully solicited. allowance of my accounts anti voucher as Administrator -- HJUKI.. T1SON'Me'a.
lit T. B. FITZPATRICK JOHN S. SAM IS. on the estate William C. O'Neill late & DOWNING, Iriv15J,4G.. C,, '. tot'
:iI ., Sheriff and tax collector! ',; ex offici. Jacksonville. Oct. 23, 1846. 7t' of "nid cnuiity. deceased I, and for a final discharge ATTORNEYS AND. COUNSELLORS AT' tAV.B3" : r
II AlligatorOct.23, 1846.: AdnIu1strnior'sNoijct
from Administration snid estate.. in the several Coons nf Las
31 Runaway Negro Caught.- my
; Nike fir.t .1., ,r.itH.n. 347fflt"
t U Sale. 'TAKEN'UP committed to.Jail WILLIAM %VINGATE.Adm'r. and Eq ity. tn'lhn Ka,tern Circuit of Florida. O "'U.
Nassau Connty Shcrifl's a -out in ih*> lioip. <:.,n.l"ifTrJ*>ri
besold, on Monday' the 4th January, K negro man about 25 years of age, five feet Nov. 13. 1846. 6m IL G. LivpiosTort-Newnansj11p. County .r.\LrniM.| .iVr final! *ulm tot awls-

"WILL. between the' hours of ten and. two six inches in height,' bright black, slightly Administrator's Notice.' C., \V: .DOWN wo.,Fort King. .nr. nit areonntjt iI'NI"W..r.! 'as" '

_ o'clock, at the Court Home, in the caunty of Na, pock marked, gives his name *s'ISA AC ; creditors, distributee and others inter JAlIESV. tmtif t..1.) Estates f J.III.. Af.rn..s.-I
certain tract of land known had on a shirt and pants at the tiraevof bis arrest THE BRYANT, J $ .. d
"u, n parcel ,. as in the Estate of William McCulley marrrfC"n.n"f"fr. |hue ,.ii f saId C MiraT.af ..
the estate of 'Vaserman deceased. Said. land and says that he belongs to Wm.P.; Craig, of the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ill
L late of Nasiau county,' Florida deceased I. aro Ils-.am.5j01** ap|>lv l;. sail C.Vt.:f.1 *

,situated on Brandy Branc! containing, sixteen Manatee. Hillsborough county. The owner is hereby cited and ndinonibeil. to be and appearat : Jacksonville., FIa., .-" ..:. from th.ia1m,4tripiIn! ShIM **.

t-- thousand four.hundred acres, mote or I less, to be requested to come forward, prove property, pay and; before the Honorable, the Judge of Probate .I. JOSKPH'J. KN|'f'U! r. AJwtaistri*r.

-r- sold to satisfy the taxes duo thereon to the State of charges, and take him .away.I .' .' of Nassau county at a Court of Probate, to AUGUSTUS C.> G1LLETT CWfl&n4vilteJ.aflC! og 131G. s.

Florida and all legal costs and charges in' and JOHN PARKER be held at the Court House j in uiJ county, nn the -
about die advertisement and sale thereof. Balance Sheriff_ Hilliborough co nty. first Monday in April 1847Mind shew cauie, if ,ATTORNEY"' AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, wtclralaistmtor's Notice; .

1 due, ,,one hundred and two dollars ninetl.tbree'cta. I-Tampa Bay, September 4th; 1846. tf .any they have why 1,.bouJ.d._not be diftrharged 'j,Jacksonville, FJa. .' SIX MONTHS arire .11... I shaH 'pmrdll1

,. > A. J. BRADDOCK 'Sheriff and Fifty Dollars Reward. from nil further atlministration the f.aieor : .1 :,<.M>i.; and ''IC"I .'.,..ai r' ad I iaiiU *ff f

:. October 16, 1846. Tax Collector. will give Fifty Dollars' Reward for the said William MrCulley in pursuance'' pf ana{ .Ill Circuit Conrtt 'he .."'111" !,r Jtl bn n"-"I6t.n, bath:. C.tap&imcounty

IIi 11 J : and deli vet y to'myself or the plication then.and there toM made byrne to said, OF, THE'- EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, .lereCdIehl tu the' H.n J.j te II "
Nassau Sale.BYYirtIa. K1 -
: of C8BBtySheri the vested in me by law I of Duval county, of .my t egro boy Court. E. R. ALBERTI; Adr'r. rna'AlACHtTA;: ltn LKTr COUNTIBS.COLX .-' f..r:> id. ..nt)..f.-r ;a final 1 M>iilrtofHl' /s Ul>,

', expose (or power sale at the Court House,of ', who ranaw'ay from.me a year Woodalack, Mills,Sept; 18.184P. ,6.', I ,"B. ICHARDS!'& Cell..Y"ss mpit. In .tl.ch- 'siuran4, "hallaihUsmiMion _It" ai".rrlJ,,It"
last July. Said boy isljlack I .. ( aurh .ifnini.; .
about five 1
feet ; Sum
the of Nassau the fourth ago rment.: sworn li, .lir..it1t..S.
County on Monday day eight inches in height has a mark his forehead NOTICE. 42 .MII*iatrret |,.inaU .
$ K
on I ? 1000.. D.maSe., H . are
,0f between the hours often and Oat & :'
January, 1847 two ) M "
I 'z persons interested, are hereby notified, j .
:- which is scarred by the kick'ofl'horse-is aboctt.enty'or ALL : nh'. it. JAS. R. ROUKRTSpX.Ort _
: Vclock on that day the lands nf Susan, Murphy > I unnll ( "
'Of' Six,Months:after,date, | apply lih L rilet
twenlyoneyears old! ,'and 'is :inclinedto I ; 1 6. 1 846- Alr.
: alJovf named!
dpffoHanta all
f 'situated said Nassau, of .rilHE and other .
;i county consisting coo. FRANCIS. Honorable.,the. Courctnf' l'roba.e.or Alncbua : -
it Jtter S. HUDNALL. .
-; : thousand nine hundred and ninety eight acres, or county, for a final discharge.rom my R"lm.ni6ti'ftdun p.rsoni? interred are hereby'n nifinl iif die dmtulstriUrix N li.' '
Jacksonville, O lobe l&b 1847. tf. '
,- sufficient portion thereof to.athfythe.taxe.du.lkereoa on the Estate William'Standieydeceased.t institution he aWe named suit l ky attachment, N..ie f i ber.b.ci'"n t.irshia, (* i,wI"

te the State of Florida, together with the v 'NOTICE,, r. and also at tbo' same-limn and place, fqr my administration and required appearand 'r !..Vto fhe.DerUrn.lion . Ihl.. h..Ii..ilttJlw..la the' >

legal.charges of the.sale and the costs of,this ad. THE Cop 1nenhip heretofore existing unsler on th Estate: of Martha Standley",. filed io said cau.e. at the nexC Term if said )JauLe.. Ht'"llf1d".J. s.alE >..

;' ..vertisement. Amount of taxes'due, twenty three the firm MILLER fc HARDER Is this; Jay deceased, this, 54th April.1346.( : Court, in default whereof,Judgmenl will,be pra Jed, may liavn aay' claims:W sUinaailsanin J!

IL 'dollars and sixty cents., tt disolved,by mutual cbasent. ;COTTON RAWLES.,. Administrator.) as for want of, plea. .l ..r Intrros" in s.U K.t.t ; .th VIJ, .r'
A. BRADDOCK.. George D. Miller alone is authorized to settle AprilC4lh.1846.rv '6m ; R. 'G. LIVINGSTON Mine exhibit 'nra-wftrtf, wlihlalV? .

_ ,, .Sheriff and Tax Collector. the entire business.of' said firm.. '" ". .. -: :: ;: An', ffir.Plainiifs' .. tWears r. ibis Ullit'. 'VywiR. ;

; October 30th. 1846.Nass&H ., "- (Signed. ) GEORGE:,MILLER, NOTICE.. wnansynie -I- ISAAC P; HARDEE. WEEKS after date, application will( U .
S'IX ; > F.JI""', art rrquVf io ." ." 'IIM.JMd
County-Sheriff's Sale.. Alligator Fla., Oct 30, 1846. to .the ,Honorable of Prohateof.Alachua AdiniHisirater 8, Notice. .dn. CJ'-
( nCMarinn !
J k',: Time of the power vested in roe by, law, J _. ., :_. county, for letters.of'Adminiitratlon' upon rTl H E creditor; listrihuief s and other interest' C4JN'1,

-. ,, B.Y.iU eXp for. sale at the. door_of the Cain NOTICE. the Estate 'of William'', ; \Thomas. ,l.. nf'uid: .A; ,ed in the-Eatate of S.muetJLuuelJ. lat, ot Alacliuo.. "county; an' mr "sv-HWMI* *
the of Nassau, the fourth Monday ALL 'lWflnn indebted to the late firm of MIL FRANCES;
w Hod** of County, on counzydeceaeed.'MARY ANN THOMAS, Nassau count/.Florida,deceased, are hereby cited U
: .'.1' 'of January 1847,Between the hours of ten and LER.&.HARDEE, are requested to make tmmediate '; ALLEN 'THOMAS and admonished, b> and 'appear at and before Ad '
,two 0 ctock on that day,.the lands of Cent. Robert paymcnttoiUe undersigncd,.wbo.is alone auihorizett ., *- ..' Adminittratocs.Kewaamviilc ., ilk Hon.,the Jttd .* of Probate, of Nassau county, 'i August 1 4th,.1845ALL 6iw'.s' i : ,,,, ,_,,,,, ,
: ;Day situated in said County of Nassau,consisting.V ; to settle the business said firm: and.11 iobern4 at a-Court Probate be held tha "J.
FIa.Q :184 to ai Court 1YOTICE.
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- 1 ., : five hnndrrd acres, more or less,. lying on 0'. persona bavmg any demands against said firm, are J -.- -I LJ1JL J ---, A( Hou*
____ _' ? .U's creek or a sufficient portion thereof tatify *- also requested to pr uentthew to the undersigned NOTICE ;January,1847, ,and shew cause, if any they have. of John Brown, late pt" h ri
t lie uxes doe thereon to the Suu_ of Florida,' for.payment. '. ,D.MILLER., .S'XJ[ et ..rterdara.l,shall'apply to the Hoit.r ,whrl .b Uldmb.' discharged from all, further I Nassau county will rlra. VVIdeI', *IIII '

t.iierwith tbe U gal charges ef tbe sale,and the .. Alligator Fla.' Oct..30,1846) '" ._ ,. I> J ue of Probates of the County of Hills-' administration! of the F.-tl''or said S"mul'Rus- the .icatrd withia. |1tgnl 1 \ 1ntt: ,'aJb'S ''

_ 4cou of tiris advertisement. Ameant; ohueadoe: borough'for Let ten of JAdr tlniirsti6n on |be estate \ ::sljajssra) ance of an application then and.there I 'are'indrbte4.to: '&J.',Mid Estate.iwl .,4t$1 I
: : ':.j. BRADDOCK OJB 1PThItNTEN_ of ,LOUISA '.deceased bio said -,
li i4da11r : : Randolph; oC tob.mfidtsbyrn.ssaMCaur : imroediata in ":t" ,
: pay
I i.' + ,SStriff u< -Tax C Uoct l" :.DZIClttrt'IOIlIZXPEDIt'eCTIL. AI'. cQunty. THOMAS KENNEDY, WILLIAM ftUSSELJ' Adm" "i' 4 .. JOHN CAVEDO, Y' .
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