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 18, 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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I Notice to Debtor mod Creditor. I i 10 00 as he may 'deem necessary, of' this appointment and c conditions tho other:public lands .}pose eta quantity said lands .', .. .
.Aprlicadoa for Letter of Adruiat ratlou 5 00. lowed by lair for the office cube surveyor to adjudicate the'said claims, of the United,States. I to reimburse: : suflK 'Tcient
ur: All religious notices will be incited grttaiST general northwest of the Ohio.) and requiring the claimants present Sec., 4. And be it further ,enacted, ed- and thus the sales he.amqunt expend.
Oust1.: AH adrauwble 0 personal communication will Sec. 2. And be it further enacted_ their claims and evidence; and shall That' the. President is hereby authorized. as the; proceeds iheteof shall shall progress.
i chirred tt advertisement*. That the surveyors general of the public thereafter proceed, with all convenient. to designate the site at which the said and the be expended -
JCT: All bill for Jnb Priotinff.mat be paid on the I lands'of the United States in. addition i- fact of such xpeuditare:
<< office shall established
'despatch docket the and
'fliTeryofthe worK. to urrange.and se : to .remove _certified in ,the
, ICT AU commameaTioiu molt be addressed .to tothe: oath now authorized by law veral.cJaimsllnd to consider the evidence the'same to any other place with. 'tioned: manner, men" '
GIlLEn' & HAZlA&D. poit piLL tn-- -KA- -Administered-----. ---- -- to.- denuties-- ----- on-- their----- ,which shall have been be in said disrict whenever in his : ,. .
;= : ---- offlceLshall or may opin Sec.:3. And. HA If .(fnrtka.... xi"':"'.:_-.l .
BY AUTHORITY.lAw. appointment to ; require offered by the respective claimants, allowing ion, it may deemed, expedient, That 'the :said-- improvementsshall-- '"' ""'-UUa

.r 1i:0;: UnItrdALt Fa.. DI ... each of their deputies on the return of such further time lor the production Approved, August '8, :1846. commenced within three be '.
.In& IkuIH.t &lie TweEYN1Itk c.n his surveys, to take and subscribe an of additional evidence as .h? shall the,.said State shall be years after
...... oath or.affirmation that those surveys consider'reasonable and just j and shall CHAT.- 110.-An Act to amend .the the Union, and admitted into. .,
completed within 1
CHAP. 105.-An Act more effectually have been.faithfully and correctly exe- 'thereafter adjudicate and determine the : act approved; ,second, April, -eigh.t 'ty .year .or tho United States shall twen-be .., ,.
; cuted, according Jaiv-and the instructions Wid chhns-and award the n hundred and forty four entitled entitled
provide (.II' the reinforcement } ratable.pro- to receive: the amount for which '
I certain provisions in the treaties of of the surveyor general; and, on portions the several claimant i the "An, act' directing: the disposition of any of said lands, may have been sold jo.

the United Stales. T ,satisfactory evidence being presentedto sums which_ may have been received, .certain unclaimed goods, wares, or by said State: Provided, That the title
Whereas. in the treaty between the' any court of competent' jurisdiction, and which may be hereafter receivedby merchandise seized for being illegal of purchasers under the sales made 'by
United States and his Majesty the that such surveys. or.any part' thereof, I the..Unitea.States from the Republic ly imported into the Unhed States. the State, in pursuance of this act # ,
King of Prussia, it is provided that! lad; not been thus executed, the deputy of Peru, under tho.stipulations of ,Sec. 1. Be enacted by the Senate shall be valid. '
making such false oath r.affirrnat ion the convention aforesaid.Sec. and House of '
"tlu* consuls, vice-consuls! and commercial I Representatives of the Approved, August S, 1846.
agent shall have toe right, shall be deemed guilty of perjury and 4. And be it further enacted, United States of America in Congress ---., .,t '
as such, to sit is judges and arbitrators shall suffer all the pains and penalties i That the compensation of the Attorney Assembled That the provisions of the CHAP, 171.An' act to authorize
in such differences as may arise attached to that offence; and the district I General and, his clerk, for their services ant entitled "An act directing the dispo. constituted authorities of the
between the captains and crews of attorney of the United States for in the adjudication of the spid claims, sition of certain unclaimed goods, wares, I of Polk, i in the Territory of Iowa county, to ,
the vessels belonging to the nation the time being, in whose district any and carrying the said convention and or merchandise seized for being illegally i enter a quarter section of land for a
whose interests arc committed to .: such false erroneous, or fraudulent_ sur- this act into effect, shall be as follows, imported into the United Stales," approved I seat justice.
their charge, without the iuterfcmiccof veys shall have been executed, shall, and no more, to wit : two thousand dol- April second, eighteen hundred Sec. 1. Be it enactecj by the Senate .
the local authorities, unless the upon the application of the proper sur lars for the Attorney General, and one and forty four, shall apply to all property and House of Representatives of the
conduct of the crews at the captain .veyor general, immediately institutesuit thousand dollars for his clerk, payable of the appraised value of one hun United States of America iu Congress
should disturb the order or tranquility upon the bond of such deputy; and out :of the first funds received under dred dollars less, anything containedin assembled, That the constituted author- .
of the country, or the said consuls, institution, ,of such'suit shall act asa the said convention. any other act to the contrary not- ities of the county of Polk,. in the Territory
vice-consuls, or commercial agents lien upon any property owned or held Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, withstanding. of Iowa, be, and me hereby, authorized .
.should require their assistance to by such deputy' or his sureties, at the That the Attorney General<< shall! report Approved, August 8, 1846. to enter, ,by legal subdivisions
lausc their decisions tube carried into time such suit was instituted. to the Secretary of State a list if the the quarter section of laud upon which
jefiect of supported ;" and whereas a Approved, August 8, 1846. several awards made by him, a certified CHAP169,-An act to enable the Fqrt Des Moines, in the Territory o;

similar provision, in substance, exit *. copy of which shall be transmitted by Secretary of the Navy to purchasethe Iowa, is situated, upon paying to th. _
in other treaties of the bunco" 01 L\P. 107.-An act making copies ofpitperS' the said Secretary of State to the Se- right of uSing Mix's patent man- proper register and receiver therefor

States with some other foreign Povv- certified by the Secretary of cretary of the Treasury, who shall] ger stopper. one dollar and a quarter per acre : Provided I
cr ; and! whereas no jurisdiction is the Senate and clerk of the House of from time to time, as they may be received Sec.: 1, Be it enacted by the Senate That 'the seat of justice of said
given by law to any court or wagis- Representatives legal evidence.Sec. distribute in ratable proportions and House of Representatives of the county is located on said tract of land.
rates in the United States to carry 1. He enacted by the Senate among the persons in whose.favors the United States of America in Congress Approved,August 8, 1846. ...
into etfect the slid provisions; 'fur and House of Representatives of the awards shall have been made, such assembled, That the Secretary of the

she remedy thereofSec. : I United. States of America in, Congress sums of monev- ., or, securities' as ,-may<1 Navy be, and he is hereby, authorizedto CHAP. ., 172.-An net authorizing the ,
) 1. be it enacted by the :cnate assembled. That extracts from the Journals : have been received into the Treasury: purchase of Mrs. Ann Mix, widow of inhabitants- : township one, of range
and House of Jlep'csentutvcj of the of the Senate or of the House of in virtue of the said ,convention and M. P. Mix, late master commandant in thirteen east, Seneca county, .Ohio
United Stales America in Cou re** Representative, and oP the Executive this act according to the proportion the navy, the unlimited power to use a to relinquish certain ]lands selected
assemble: !, That the district and circuit Journal of the Senate, when the injunction which their respective awards shall bearto machine called a "manger stopper," in for schools, and to obtain others in
courts of the United Stales, and of se .Tepy i i" removed, duly certi- the whole amount received,:first deducting all ships of war or other vessels belong- lieu of them.
the commissioners: who now are, or fied by the Secretary of the Senate .or such sums of mon'eyos may ing to the United States: Provided,.An Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
dull be hereafter, uppoiuted by the. by the Clerk of the House of Representatives be due to the United States.for said assignment thereof can be obtained at and House of Representatives of the-
circuit courts of tie United States::) to ., shall be admitted evidence in persons in whose favor said awards a cost not exceeding three 'thousand United States of America in Congress :. :1'
take acknowledgments of bail and atfi- j tho soteral courts of the-United States, shall 'be.made. And the said Secretary dollars, which sum is hereby appropriated assembled, That on the relinquishment .; .;
davits, and also to lake deposuio s of. and shaU have the same force and effect of'the, .*;reasu ry_shall mage_ ertifi-- to be paid outof,any ,money in 'the to, the UnitedSates .by. ,tho'propei: .-' .Ai -
)fitue scs in civil cau&c*, and to exercise las UfiToriginals thereof would have if cates to be issued, in such form as he Treasury not otherwise appropriated. school trustees of township one- bl .
<< the powers of any justice of the produced in court and proved.Sec. shall prescribe, showing the propor- Approved, August 6, 1846. range thirteen east, in Seneca county,
peace IU respect to ollemlers for any 2. Arft be it further enacted, tion to which each claimant may be en- Ohio, of all the right, title, and interestof
crime or offence against tue United That for all such copies( certified as aforesaid titled of the amount to be received; and CHAP. 170.-An act to grant a certain the inhabitants. said township .
State, by arresting, imprisoning, or the Secretary of the Senate on the presentation of the said certificates quantity'of land to aid in the improvement the east half and north \vest,quarter of
bailing the same, under and iu virtue of and-Clerk of the House of Representatives at the Treasury, as the nett pro of the Fox and Wisconsin rivers section eight, in township ten south, pf '
the laws of the United States; shall shall be entitled to the same fees ceeds of the several instalments may be ,and to connect the same by a range nine east, containing four hun
Jane full power, authority, and jurisdiction as are now allowed by law, for similar: received, such proportions thereof shall canal, in the Territory of Wiscon dred and eighty acres, and Cedar Point,
<< upun the application or petition services, to the Secretarj of State. be paid to the legal holders of said cer- fcin. on Cedar Island in Lake Erie, contain -
of the said consul, vice-consuls, or Approved. August 8, 1846. tificates. Sec. 1. Be jt enacted by the Senate ing thirty four acres and eighty-nine -
commercial ageias, requiring their as I Sec. 6. And be it further- enacted, and House of Representatives of. the hundredth of an acre, heretofore select- -
tistance to curry into etfect the award, CHAP. 108.-An Act to carry into ef- That the Secretary of the Treasuryshall United States of America in Congress led for them "as school lands, under the
flf arbitration, or decree of any such fejcf the convention between the U, cause the several instalments, assembled, Thai there be, and hereby provisions of the act of tventiethMay>
in the premises, according to the at Lima, the.. eventeenth day the United States in virtue of the said' on the admission of such-State into the titled *An act to appropriate lands for
true intent njgd meaning of such Award, of March,' eighteen; hundred and forty convention, or the securities therefor, to Union, for the purpose of improving the the support Qf schoojs in certain townships -
And: arbitration or dectee ; und for this one. be received fron the Republic of Peru, navigation of the Fox and Wisconsin and fractional townships not heretofore
pro>e hall have full authority to issue Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and transferred to the United States, rivers<< in the Territory Wisconsin,. provided for," the said school '.
all proper remedial (process mesne and House of Representatives of the U. in such manner as he may deem best ; and of constructing the canal to unite trustees be, and they are hereby, au.
Aud final, to carry into full effect such States of America Congress assem- and the nett proceeds thercof to be the said riVers at or near the portage, a thorized to select and enter, free of cost,
award, arbitration or decree, and to en bled, That the Attorney General of the paid into, the Treasury, and the same quantity of land, equal to one half of a quantity not exceeding five hundred '
)orcf' ubedietttc thereto, t-y imprisoning United States shall be, and is hereby, are hereby appropriated to. pay the three sections in width, on each side of and fourteen acres of the lands.belong.
Jo the common juil or oilier place of im- authorized and empowered to adjudicate awards herein provided for. the said Fox river, and the lakes through ing to the United States within the limits -
)nsonutent in ihe disttirt 'which the the claims arising. under the convention Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, which it passes, from its mouth to the of the late VVyandott cession, or ofany
I (kited tates may lawfully imprison concluded, between the United That us soon as the duties hereby pre- point where the portage canal .shall enter of.tle laud districts in the State of
*uy person arrested mxler the authority States and the Republic of Peru, at Lima scribed are completed by the Attorney the same, and on each side of the Ohio, in tracts conforming to the'subdivisions -.
*f the United Stales::) until such award, the seventeenth March, eighteen I General, the records, documents, and said canal from one stream to the Qther, : into which tho lands shall be
Arbitration or decree_ 'snail be compliedwith hundred and forty one; and shall, within all other papers relating to the said reserving the alternate sections to the represented on the plats of survey : '
or the parties small be otherwise the spacepf twelve months from and claims m his possession! shall bo deposited United States, to be selected under the Provided, That jhe selections hereby
/Hsdiaiged ifyerefrom! by tb# consent, after the passing of this act receive, in the office of the Secretary of State. I direction of the Governor said State, authorized to be macje shall not embrace -.
JQ 'r.tiitguf: sucn consul, nee-con- examine, and decide upon the amount Approved, August 8, 1846. 'and such selection to be approved by land upon wbi h the assessed improvements
so!I., or commercial agents,. or their and validity of all such claims as may I the' President of the United States.- Indians have bee/i made.Sec. .,
.successors in office, or by ihe authority be presented to him, and as are provided CHAP. 109. -An Act to establish an The said rivers, when improved, and .. :J. And be.. i it ,further enacted,_
of the foreign governmjit by which for by the said conventionaccordingto i additional land district in Iowa. i the said i canal, when finished, shaJJ be That, when the lands here ,authorized.to .
such cou&'uU vice consuls, or commercial the merits of the several Ceases, and I Sec.::; 1. Be it enacted'by the Senate and forever remain a public highway be selected or .entered shall have
agents are appointed: Provided, the priucipl of justice, equity: and and House of Representatives of the for'the use of the Government of the been approved by'the Secretary of'the' '
flowever/ that the expenses of the said the laws of nations, and the stipulationsof United States of America in ,Congress : United States, free frpra any toll or Treasury, they :shall be held by the inhabitants -
imprisonment, if any, and thp maintenance the said convention. And the At- assembled, That, for.t le sale of public other charge whatever for the transportation of (he township herein first
of the primmer, and the costs torney (General 1 shall be, and is hereby, lands in the Territory of Iowa, an additional of the mails, or for any propertyof designated by the same tenure, and,upon i
of the proceedings, uhall be borue by authorized empowered to appointthe land district is hereby created, the United! States, ,or persons ,in the .saine Jenns' for the support of
such foreign lioveriitnents, or by its Clerk of the ,Attorney: 'General's comprising all the lands lying betweenthe their service passing upon or along,the schools ,i iu said township, as i if they Had
consuls, vice-consuls, or commercial agents office, Or any other person, to act asp line dividing townships seventy. same' ': Provided, The said alternate been selected under the provisions '
requiring such imprisonment.- clerk under him 'in the performance of five and seventysix north,.and the line sections, reserved 'to the United States,' the before-recited: act of twentieth May,. '
'And theX,marshals of the United States the duties prescribed by-this act; and dividing! !townships eighty-three d shall not be sold at a less rate than two eighteen ,hundred and twenty si?; .
and their 'deputies"shall have full nu- Attorney General and the said clerk, eighty-four north; which shall be called ,dollars: and fifty cents the acre : .Provided Approve August 8, 1S4& '. '
tbonty, and shal! ,be bound to serve all shall, before entering on such ,duties, the Iowa district. also] Thai no pre-emptive claim! to JOHN \V. ,DAYIS,
such,process, and do all other acts ne- ,severally take au path for their faithful I Sec. 2. And be it further enacted the lands so reserved shall give the occupant Speaker pf the House of.Repieserita-
ceasary and proper lo carry into full ef- perfi>rmance., '. That the President be, and .he is here or any other person claiming tires. G. DALLAS, .J. -
feet all and singular. the premise UDder Sec. 2. ,And be it further 'enacted, by, 'authorized to appoint, by and .with. through or .under,him, aright to said Vice'President olf the U. States -
of the authority of the said courts, Dr That the Attorney: General shall be, the advice and 'consent of the Senate, a .lands at,any price .J J less than; .the.price and President of the Sen% _te,u*
thesaid, commi" on ra.' and he is hereby authorized and empowered register and receiver of the public) moneys fixed in" this: ,act, aUhetimt* of the seltlement Approved, August'S, 1846. -
Approved. August.. 8, 1M-6. to make needful, rules and regulations .for the said 'district, who shall' respectively -' on said lands- JAMES K. .POLK;' .. .'
MI not contravening'the laws of be. required ,to,reside at,the Sec. 2. And be' it further enacted, A soldier from
writing Monterey
CHAP.I06.-J\n act to eqnalize the'eompensatioia. the land, the provisions of this act, or site of: sai."offlcet .and who shall, have. That as soon as 'the Territory of VVisconsin say "I. get eighteen ounces of 1I0u, .
of the Surveyors Gen the shall be adrniited as a State; intoibe ,
4 provisions the said convention, the same perform, the said du- .
er1 powers one pound of meat with! poflfcv
of the lands pork ,
public of the Unied for carrying the' :said convention' and! ties and'.be entitled to' 'the same compensation Union, all the Jands granted: by this and in
States, and for other this the of sugar proportion,. every morning \
purposes. be and become
I act.into. effect. as are or\l may prescribed act ,shall property
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by Senat Sec. 3. said iS&te for the contemplatedin .
wd And bit further enacted, bylaw relation other land offices purpose 'rather'hardbutye have for
House a good J-eot
of Representatives of the That all records documents 'other theUmted $ this and no other<< : Provided,
or tate.b __ acts "
!waited'Stales : six oteight to sjeep in, W..raaah
$ V of America in Congress papers which now are'in, o'i' hereafter Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, 'That the.Legislature.of said State shall. .isfied.the aotcierse well taken cuefand ,
'emb1ed ,
...wrtieth Tint from. and aCter'ldae may, :com* ntorthe possession.;of the That the President is authorized to gree to accept said grant iipon' the not neglected. ,. f
Jlred day of June, eighteen faun. Department :of ,State, jn relation. to p cause the public lands in' the" said:district terms specified! in. this act;. and shall .' d. '
,iIefviconia and forty: six, the Hrvel r gerte'' p :the said claims: .shall be Delivered, to, (with the' exemption. sections have pow r.to fix theprice .at which A person ,whoJa4: .1? a .Jisbnig4o .-'.
;. and' Iowa, asd the surf tli Att6! y' General;.who stall forthwith numbering'sixteen! ;jnv:each township, 'saidlandkshall be so.ldl! ;ri9t Jess than a.yjpry duUaddfefis, jrerattrkedihateve} ,, -
'erO.f general of .Arkansas*hall each. I ; after'ihe passing'of this act, .prqto -reserved for the'.use of'schools,.or"such; 'one'dollar and''' twenty flve cents the acT I rythingveni. wcllZc3)c1y: .Af -*t*;,:v;.' ,
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," M !f;il; r X re'.i ,request;:tneclaiaiants i iI1' 30tft 'lime i ,': :1848, '.$23oooooQ; TBDB l ATtfRlfIN ; \ law, S fe'.thi S i.ii..i..... "' '" -
'' tt"''. have o1yreccivedtkeiflt; :} r!" 'more'wiM be reqaw
,. .- '?",,.::.:.;.: ___________________ est' due. on the ;30ltf ri1'I4, %;- -d ,whkh'iliie a 'surplus-V. >:\ to' provide i for* 1.8I,S' B46.L.JrTFib.ikIgave t :: notice natlre, : L .),1(, ., -t" "
", .t; ..F :i S f--' : t -* I leave intT04 ie I bill make '
of to ...
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three i
:. ::: of :thotwenty instalmentsan t cohtngcies.TbeauthorityofCpogressto | '4":1r f
; :-. :,.: :t.j: ':c : : should the certificates. iwaed by.the Treasurer, threesk .'
; :- article(the convention of J843pro-. make this loan' be given ear* .ef't ''' ,
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I :''f, :::.:,;.C-...:.. .ir .1ti.;. -r: .. .vision. ,was, ,made for the: : claimants 'ly:in the session. During.the existence of receivable, :payment of all public dues, is rea&red. m atUf ; ; I:'
:. I+ ,.!+ t._..., .. .. 41T the State.
/ throughout :;
.. .... 1-: : ;' :- --:-- : -' ,whose' :leases were not decided Iby the ther war. with: Mexico. alFour. resources. Stalest: woaW be '.
, : : ... '' ,,. Cg-Btk1iouses qJ this body former' joint ,commission. la .confortmity ,should be. husbanded' and.no 'appropri Mr. Carter gave .notice i .of ]eave to !litigants ,the whole1ng.the5jurysyMe. eX"'el. '

I }. met Ofi Meft4.y,.the:7th) inst,:at'\VashiBjrtoB. -. }.wjth this stipulation'athurd; -*' ations made except,such t 'as:are neces-*, .intro4uce} 5a,Bill to provide/or jaymeqt : r. _
: : s"r Tairjl i .of j rors., ...,.. ,. ,. A ... -
'. .". .-* A..: qiprtim* ; 'was, 'pr. nr' .vention; was:ratified, ,January,4844, sary.for its.vigorous'prosecution.The report was r.i ; 'Ithe.

'.:.>. :each.. .} ."r' .. .. 1 for ,ascertaining ;arid' .'satisfying these beneficial effects which; will 'un: The Governor transmitted, the Reportof bill far:the bswfit. .ot .
1 : :. ; h :Seate.havirigbeeic le4! 'tot the Trustees the Seminary Lands.IFcdnutiay Smith.Resolutions. ... \ .
: !! ; 'claims. :,But' to the, amendments. 'proposed -, btedltIesult from the 'operation of .1/ SS
.orclerJJY:, Vice Preidentforty( : three : 'to,'the:same' Mexico" has interposenthesame -, the;, new'Tariff. 'of, England'and. the J].' ;,Dec. 2a t I ;:. mtn1bera' teswered to their ''names. presented a. preamble and' a resolutionfor sentment
: : '
: difficulties and delays.as; States are enlarged upon, and_ it ,is S ,
It : 1\lmrs.\ reese' Cntterrfen. and, .Fatt-: i establishing I ,mail route from Mil read '
| before, ,and'has..not :even yet decided recommended that the, policy 'established a ; were" ;. the th'lrt. ,
k field ere appointed a Committee to : ton, in Santa ,Rosa county via Escam- adopted. '
it would'cce le' them. '
whether ; to in this country during this year -f a ,,......
: I >:' wait oa the Presiaent, and; i inform_ : him, Thus hod:we'met with insult and injuryat ,be maintained.i It: has 'but Just 'commenced bia and Nathansville! to Sparta, Ala. HOUSE OF REI&ESZrAyu. "

:: ."" ;: that the Senate s organized.. ,every step,',even.before the annexation 'to. operate, and. ..to abandon. or I S The Committee on the Executive. Jay, Dec. 1st, 184--Ir.'Avetpi

In the House 183 members 'were, of Texas.to,the American.Union.' modify; : ,i it Without giving, i a
j : : present..... ,M" srs'. Hopkins and.\V inth-. .The Message then proceeds to give would 'be;inexpedient'and unwise. ,the seal prepared by the Governor as mittee of two.from eachse.. _t-.,

'. rcj were appointed: a committee. > wait. the circumstances, which ltd ,to the S To lessen in :some. degree:the creation the;great seal of State.' State be appointed' the GOT*!* i.

upon the President- -; declaration of independence, by Texas. of a public debt, it proposed,' as. a The .Resolution asking Congress to .'submit./iQ, / the f--1 next''General, .?AM. J"W BPP L

{ ", '. .On Tuesday the 8th inst., the Presi' The Federal Constitution .adopted by war measure, to.Jayevenu- 'duties( on build'a, Light House at Egmont ,Key on a plan for the establishment of
.ti ; : 1> denttransmitted to bOth' houses of Congress Mexico' in 1824 was subverted by) ,the somQ articles now embraced: in the free the coast of Florida, ,was read a third of.common schools *. IA.S. ...

it # )his. mess ge--1n: ; .abstract ol, military'despotism,of 1835 The Alex- ,list / may' be repealed .when the I time and adopt d. 1-he preamble. and,Jeso 1 U\I8!;, W I

. .,. which we give below. : jean dictator through e medium of a. emer these which' 'gave 'vise, to them The engrossed 'Act'to make certified Congress to grant to the Stat el. '

, e 'Congress 'entirely subservient, to. his may / exist. 'Certain, modifications copies of records, &c. ,evidence:-was i da, the barracks at St. oga.tiBit __

?t \ On THE Tuesday PRESIDENT'S.tht-Sth inst.-MESSAGE.the President will .abolished. the.,constitutions- of the. // of the subtreasury: Jaw are also<< read, a third time and passed unanimously. read a third time and adopted: -'.;

transmitted several States and converted. the States 'recommended, which will be of' :great ] ; The resolution! declaring Antefii ,
.. his both
;i ;. ; message to -
Thursday, Dec.. 3rt/.-Notice ,tasI Can member from
; V houses of Cong ess'. The 'Document is themselves into mere'depar'tments.Texns .- service during the prosecution of the vaa, Dun] 1Mfentid
thus absolved from her .' given of leave to Introduce the following ed his scat was
: considerable length but the greater' was fully 'war It is also proposed: to establisha I S to rend i"

portion of it is,taken up with the,consideration -I former allegiance.. Her citizens flewto branch mint.at; the City New York. i: bills. time, and adopted.S "-it!
'of the war\with Mexico. in I; arms. In May 1846, Santa Anna Two thirds of the reveJueare;, collected By ,Mr. Johnson-A bill to extend Wednesday, Dec. Sac/-. Mr\! IMI

L I which'we are'now involved., It breathes by .&:treaty acknowledged' the ,independence at the point- the demand. for specie: to ,jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace, asked leave to introduce, a,bill, "nifi

t a wholesome spirit of 'patriotism 'of 'rexas, rind since that day pay Duties will be large; and it will{ be and for other purposes. appropriation for. the payment of,>tk
Mexico, has the By Mr. Broward\ -A bill to regulate and diem of John
of mileage
which cannot, but :produee, its effect ncv possessed. powerto great advantage 5-to have there a per ,J.J",
: i 4
: reconquer it., mint- where 'coin and the State printing ,of this State, after Bowdcn.
I both at home and abroad; and ,the sentiments branfh foreign .,
.1 of. the President ,\will:; find an The Message then illustrates' the bullion can bo immediately converted the adjournment of the present session. Mr. c.ouldJotEt1duced: a bitld u C

t. echo in every: American breast. right; which Texas had as an independent into American gold. .. By Mr. McLean-A bill relative to the .sale of certain lands lying iaihe.

$ The Message opens with a long and detailed I government,.to. ally'herself. to the The Message, strongly urges the .necessity elections. in this State. county of St.' ,Luck, tu pay the tiltS

; : account of the causes which led,to United States. This is followed" by an of graduating ,the once of'the ,A communication, was* received*% from* neeJ, 5. tlicrcun S :.; .I for"' dic'.car.' lS'" :s."" DI

It. our'warwith Mexico, and' 6f the intercourse able defence of the claim of the United public lands. -Many, millions of acres the Treasurer, giving a statement of 184:6. .. "I

L 1. 'of-the two'g governments to the States to the Texan territory as far as havebeen, in the mark for more than the condition of the Treasury at th'e : Mr. Gould introduced a sotri

present time.. The President gives as the Rio Grande. But Mexico has never thirty years, and must remain unsale- 'present time.Friday that the cointnittcc on A't/ricnltar*, to

a reason for this, the misapprehensions placed, ,the, war she waged, on"the 'ableffor' an indefinite'pori d, unless the Dec.. 4/A.-Mr. Broward gave instructed to ascertain" the! causi

. S I which had to some extent prevailed as ground that.:bur army occupied the territory price is ted ced. This deprives ,the notice..of: leave. to- introduce, '. bill. to. de.. retard'and prevent the tnccwif4growth '

q to. its true' char cter. The 'war* has << intermediate between the Nueces treasury of an income from that source, fine in what: cases property is exempt and culture, lha Qap'zI ia

r been represented as. unjust and .unne and the.Rio Grande., Her avowed purpose and is unjust to the Stated wherein they from executions. I this State,. and to ascertain as fttu

i 1 cessary 1' arid; as one of aggression. on..our in commencing the war.with. us'> lie, because retards, their. growth and, The ,committee whom was referred, j practicable, if auy:, mid 'what I feeayj

'our'; part i( upon a weak and, injured enemy- was to. reconquer] Texas. As soon as '.increase i' of population.and' because' they tii.Q: presentment of the, Grand Jurors J may be usbij!'m cra'dit'tUn' 'S thosiii

and ,these. erroneous views, have been the 'act annexation "was passed, she have ,no right .to tax 'them as other ,of St. Johns, county, reported .resolutions .'j 1and5 promoting j- .that; :valuable I* Ju\f:tfil

t circulated both' at home and' throughout threatened us. ,Government orderedour lands not'owned by the United States. ,.calling the,attention'of .Congress culture. VVhich ,.waaJoptI.SS jC,

,' L the whole world.tending much to ,the army' to occupy the new State.' The"beneficial effects of the graduation to the condition"of the United States 'The' nominal:funs of the :O 'rilis
I ': the 8 h.or March 1847 Gen principle have been realized'by of bridge over the, St. Sebastian river, and '
I encouragement the enemy: and the pry : ,' Tay some .. t heretofore .made. of fcaac !fl. Bfantoassj '

1 ; -protraction- of the \ ar. lor,. reached. the. 'East Bank of the,_Rio the Slates owning- i the 'lands within. ,generally the present undefended slate j j Judge.of Probates*, and! C.lf. flici
uranoe' to -- their. limits, and similar, results would of almost,our entire seaboard the ,want j f --
The wrongs which we have. suffered opposite Matamoros. We I I as Auctioneer for-,the county of,Lffj, II
," from Mexico% almost ever since she became were attacked.by a Mexican army under follow from adoption by' the United of fortifications to complete the.protec... I i were advised and' consented tafyjb j

S an independent. power.and the the orders of their g vernmeni.-. States. It, is also 'recommended. that tion of the coast, and to form important'i IJOl1". ; A% ,

patient endurance with which 'we have The events subsequent to" this, arid the the, public !land, containing, ; copper. and links: .!in a. 'general, systoti> / of national'. l S tfsursdg,S'. ,,S'Dec.'J. ,\ >rif.? ":-'I _. 'U-*-I ellS

.1 -S borne<<;;them, is without parallel in the .glorious success':Of our ,arms, need :JJtepetition. other ores should] I'no longer be leased, defence.. 5, 'r I gsirc***- *notice" ofjBuve: p *Ju: 'p)5 tntrauyi;

; history modern civilized nations., : .; In less.than' seven months but: be offered for sale, by, provisions S The following bill and. resolutions, I-to niter, the,;ib'oiiihcnr boundary ,p(&*1

Scarcely had'Mcico ac1evedhedn.' after:Mexico commenced hostilities we similar' to those of.:the net of July last, were'. ; 'received', !.from'the, House. .;.. and'rcitd, ton' county. = S .",

dependence.* which .the", UpitStates: ; have taken, possession. of man/of her authorizing the sale of 'the lead!i !&Ins.i. a first'time.. "' .' '*,31: rl Russell introduced aflHfoifo J

C I. I were" the- first- to acknowledge. when i principal ports, driven back and pursuedher The,Message urges ,the importanceof A preamble., and resolution t ; ,: asking the!! Constitution, ,: "en as to hare Jufe
t commenced the system of i insult ; invading army a.nd.qcquir 4'.IJ1JHta-: establishing, during the piesent .session Congress ,to erect, a Light, House ut of Probate*elected instead% of apoiati.S. <** >*' .

. ) .. .. and spoliation. which she has 4. ever sincepursued. ,ry! posession of the.Mexican provinces a.TemtoriaKiovernment over the. New :- myrEia.S .. The preamble. : dtyJ 'resolution:rsWwto1
I- I ,Our: citizens; were' 'imprisoned p'I ,. of New Mexico, New Leon, Columbia, territory Oregon.' Post" offices, post A preamble and resolution relativeto the eta5hji htnmt' of a complete

J their' vessels seized, i, confiscated, ,and TamanUpas,.arid the Califorhias ,ater-; : ,roads, J Indian agencies;; ,and, a Surveyor the' establishment*> '. '- '-, ,'.:of-%;a 'complete t'l > ,'' duI C\: !oniil'... ),'stem'"cfc, read' 'a tliii4t. M

.; eold,.and. our,flag insulted in..her posts. 1 .r.it tory J larger in extent than that.embraced Generals_ 'office, should. be, established, cational' \ system." ,- -.".: -, jr; ,anaadopted.- 'V 5': '. *'11'*_

Repeated reclamations were made by i if ..i i,_ ,the original thirteen .States of and liberal grants of land made to thoseof c.; A: .)ill the.beuefitiof'Buckingham: ; S A: !bijl) for'the benefir lit ucki1r"

the:United States' on behalf 5bf her citizens i i it the Union. 'Ihevnr will continue our' citizens' 'who!' have emigrated Smith, ': : Smith, passed by a vote of 22 to9I,

t f but these were answered by the be prosecuted' with vigor as -the best' ,there,. or I shall' do" so," within ,'a fimite'd, S A,, message .was received from the The Senate" preamble, 'and. jeSOUB ,

t. perpetration,of new' outrages. ;The..treaty i means, of securIng j, .-peace' :-' Jt" is" ,'hoped<, "period.i S .5 Governor. 'respectfully' jnyitfng the asking! 'of Congress S the erectiOflo'i i

i joC the 5th of April, 1831,.produced no j that. !;'the- decision of the. ,Mexican" -, ,Con. 5,The proposal of the' Secretary of War Senate- to. 'adopt'such" 'measures' as 'maybe ;Light:House. at New Sinyro I\

t S change. Seven yeirsnfter the' conclusion gress; to. which our: last overture has. for speedily filling up ,the rank and file necessary for- h )lding'an election :a third time and adopted. .,' S

s.. ,.of that treaty oar grievances hud been referred' may result ,in a'speedy,, of the regular army, and for rais'inrnD! for President;and .Vice President 'of the ri'1ay.Dtc. 4/A.-No'ice wis'i

J I. become', -so. intolerable_ that--- )?sldent, and honorable peace. ,rIo 'additional force to serve faring the war 'United" States. of Jeave'to' 'introJuce the roir'iDr
? .
; Jacksoninhis: : i ,message: :of 1837, expressed -: ,'The'Message, alludes the fact; that with. Mexico, and the 1 .proposition: l of,the 'The preamble resolutions in relation ";IJy;, ;: Ir. Jerni an-A bill In F

", his, 'o'p n that-these outrages and the MexicanGovernment' have transmitted ,Secretary of the Navy to add to each to ,the '$t. ;<\ugustme Barracks the, circuit. court cleric for Qr ftiSI

insults would justify in 'the eyes of all l .Havariaj'arid- perhapsto# all)l of; our; foreign squadrons an. .'efficientsea and the mail route 'from Miiton to,Sparta ;..Lueie, counties.t keep, tbeJ1tOf

.. -TBBt nations isi ''immediate" .'war"1''. *> Even. then' .' parts'of'the' world. ',/bl4nk' commisfohi to, :steamer and,as especiAlly demanding ': ', Ala., were ""read a ,third time :and at his">residence in Orange ol1J1tt."

'#. lioweverour.-M) r--.- :, .. -governmentmade- ; :another ',privateers' ;. j.,.\and-.'. blank' .'-'A.j :certificates I." :of attention, the establishment, at: '. ,adopted.' S "' S ,By: iMr.' \Vat ronA'tiJr) :: '
4. aadt nfi..demand for jedress;.nbut, it naturalization., ,, As this, proceeding! sacola, or'th necessary means of repairing SaturdajDec.. 5th.Hli.; .Austin pf- J late' the. .pilotage. of the por 'c|

- .was'.disregarded., ,I and .no" ,satisfaction. only be construed as.an invitation to:all : and refitting the vessels of the fered aresolution, that.the.General Assembly ,KeysMK- .. S S S,' .......
was* given for 3anyone- ;;.' 'or. .'our. 'p'ubljComplaints. ;( the" freebooters of: the earth; \vho 'are navy; ,employed in !the Gulf.of:,.Mexico, do finally adjoura.. on the 23rd .- Ward offered apr..
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_ -__',- -5IX* : .",." .?Instead- .'. 'of'-making": *;K : redress-' i 'willing, { to' 'pay for' .the' privilege,, 'tocruise : are recommended .to' ,the" consideration. December, :15i6.Several : .' resolutions, calling the- t1t1 & ...
or 'S S
,- :;'.' <.*ar JM new?,. negotiation 1; was- .entered--- j -.- '.into agaiqst :American: ,commerce, of Congress.' v: bill:, came uyan a second_ ': Agrets' to tho fact, "'that, ;:
': '.? .which. resqltpd m the.convention of'thelltfcAprill839rfor .those h'p' should;. -,attempt,it will, be 'rhe'rerentie of the,P 3 fficeror: : the I reading.and were reftr; d.IlIor'dayDecJi1Nolice. ,f. .months. VV2 sircean-n ,. v.appropriation- 'd --
'. : the.o'cljustment' iried and punished year 'ending_during;30th. ti .June. 'last: ii.mounted : : * r i ,
I as pirates. The, < was given hundred ;dollars wa .inade,.f ,. $ n ,
: 4- our!ckims. The. commission j' ':to decide :'Messr_e'suggests that Congress should to,$!$3,487,193 b $802-: pf leavejto introduce the following bills: .ing the M ter '-of IDdjaat .. ,.

: ,. .. upori**;:" lh(3., of thCiMexican. vauthoritiesj'nentering letters of and \ y ar." The'payments:during 'the same the 'cOminonvCalth'solfcitOrs v-.* ? -K-. <_.
',' : : ( p4rt marque reprisal, against, ., fees and that the olficer.hasrefusedjo lid-
S proper
lime amounted :$4N&,297{ 'of' : i'; 11
: upon their ;-examination, ,,',ex026Jl39and : .: :yesselsunderrthe. Mexican flag; '. which toalter their mode pf collection. ,have the lyojk.lthe. .
t .
: :$597,097 have "been{ drawn. from the' S /
J? 'Th :cJnims 01-, S ): .,
"pirefln bruryi84 ; '
The '
following ej.s' the state of. the; By: Mr. Browardi bill in relationto .great"detriment.of.ctte;jiL1L. .!

% --' ..,I... .iItby.jhe.. .. '. bra: ,-; n'ounted".- ,- ,Co'J:...$2..: :'financjBs for the present' year.' ': 'Theimportsfor Treasury. The disbursements' ''havebeen. :Judges of the, \ Circuit Courts. holding : and 'commerce' of'the i ia b !j;.."
; 'there were ,others submitted .- i ,demolished $236,43; :while themail' L I "
jbe! year ending! .30th ,June, extra terms for the trial'of criminal the coast, andprayingsist 'C"o.. !
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: I "
facilities have. '
;. : to the board add,:upon which! .they J last .for domestic 'Jjeen enlarged :III
offences tins ;
consumption .
< amounted ; > against beJa9f State. uponthe, j inqictetlepptopriation. i f '
p ::: ;. hadnot time,,to..decide' amounting to 110345174.. Thfe exports of do. "by :new nriail., routes,'/ ,".Qr.1 5739'mile.s' .' ,- 5' Mr. McLean offered a prambJenrid ; ,. .1'
; :this' first 'had aa J increase 'of transportation' 'of
:: : $4OqOQO.Aftejr sum; : tnesttc produceamounted to(:to'lQ2,14Li -' resolution,. requesting the committee
Senate I
i i ,1 76 145.. miles u'and ..tbetestablishmentof preambleand.1tive
.::":, ': beeB>wardediIexic6, .aCk d.for a post-' .,....! .. ',''The,repeipts." fnlo.the. Treasury, forxBarneyear ,;" 418'hew offices -l It is,,believe4thath' .' an Schools.and, .Colleges., ,*? *to 'ascertain, : ,to,a Light? llonse' I\t j t '?. ;..". 1
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of'.tbe of post
-: '. peeewest time' :payment which ,;we << ; were, 2 ,4P9,24S,J I,;Jhe, ,"ihe. 'number' of Valuable I sixteenth, section .were read a jhird..jtiirje *4P*
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7.' .'. Is gsiited'bythe! United:-States' A' ,: expenditures; the, .same period.were -" ?. 'i t" T .- tmentty.be ; ,? ;in thir;;State,.;and'whether:' these.if .Sca resolution relatiff*C
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'" T '_ t i d" itibn ,,so .rpgulate ( that: hA revenu4. s allbeequal .p
'. 'conv wa* _m !r28O311l4'aiidh; i : balance :in the: :Jo:the:benefit tIs : ...
: "'&' ?* $.- _' t l 5.4.: appropriated : their ,missionFniversky o:11ubI.ic doO?.. .
S o': .: ,:r'. ioh";';rY't.c. .3 1.i.o1\.wnereby 1 **f'J;n:*:4 ivas, *:,provided. .>., H :, : r s)1r f, .t'lh :J 'r st S of StiIr11as$9',., ; : 41 r to t the/expenditure, by r :Pt9p.' .respective, \vnshjpj/Il) not tend more ;'wa reHdpf S{ If,,1.!JIW.t 'ttl

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: ; .:.':.._'...: .the, 30th:' ) % -* out changing the 'present ratesr of posor -' 11* ,. p. 'o... .
..... ; .April, 1842, ..;4.lt:; JncJ' .I g.7.r: ,. .. ty;.nQles; on .lie 4" 'i 1.. t., .ct- .,>"' 1;f "54.' .', .' ." poorer,class f o'f our, populatioB.t i. ,..i6DtC ::7 1-!* _, .
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crs gW.. .i lated to' be.'paid;in f ii : :494;' > ch $17'78g:79.9'r: wa ;o t_, '.t : }GoviiHonDavd"" !!,8outh ,
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.* -*> themes has-.believed:itfeaUhey were 'J .' 'anet ,EUisvUle,. ,to Atliftwr,. 80, .- .. 1ft.Prom Ut June toitt ,eo.traGtiUf't PI'ftt jrlr. ,.. tIi "- ,. Yf '.
.: me ser pKci Cats hand' mile, and back.nnce a wwk." '; :Leave,Cba oocbie post keM1f.r, ** f *'"... j. .
a part'oftWild i. every Wednesday at'lfi ibedepflmrasttu .
Gf. 'Leave Gar* '. Fenl"'fefJ ,iuis4sej trsjii.rIt a rgq a can ,
1J8a l of cekBty 1\ } Tuesday at:;4pm.armeat .: m. fcidve at '
'I Hoi- FOB MEXICO.- "Am.tor12fttd"y by 12,nu : : ArjalacHfcoIaibext Friday by 11 am. .'5*(' wpjeiireqwffd by the.deMiupvptj,Jucavigiun
"e'ApsIuchicokEeMonday at 9 a'ro,arrive the GOBIrae-t, without
Leave thcja.e.a of ibeh'easimaa
,1eheoaEt7Ii adrertiseiaeat' Alii j-atorevery.Monday .t2II '_arrive at,Cbauahoocbi ..
We the following "next Wednc-day by 11 alre. lereneJor .
setting vf ?uaftinf ''
copy tGatPJ'F1rrjrnext4JybyIorn1 or aaexpre** :
tjcewasgivcaetleaYCtOifltTO ; Proposals- for additional .
aa weekly trip from 1st aforesaid ,
from the Charleston Conner fyest 'ruposal fur twice, also jar.three times week : ,
OcteWr lit June I--
to will be eonsidervd. .: -
the feJtowiag Hills!! : chancer-whoVa $*nrk*.will be ideml. 8 T'-I''Jtma.. Gso.ra isy alter to* con '
\it \ fret day., Here.Is a gooE. 5Q5-.FroarJAck cnn ? 32'(. From St..'-opb'1'toapaIcti1cok. tract, and ,alter ibe.schedule,, UU>vri/n a, *.. .':.
JOBCS A bill exempfihg'the DontalI'Pek-at0flCe. to Aliigatory miles mile*and b.c1c,1.1 :.
l Jr Mr. -_ na ,week from lit October rata increase 0 cnmpetisatkia, within tW "
back rrstnc*
week.Leava" -
5hern circuit from the nttcrnatigiem. '"vfrANTED ,ONE: HUNDRED' 'active Jacksonville every Tuesday at .C. p. m, year.lit June and .once a week the ie.iliit. sot the' 'lion, imposed by .law,) for, the additional terriesrequimVor ;: -

Wen to serve with- arrive .forMe| increase of,speed U ,the,ets '
1>rave. young t Rocket and mountain How tzetJJat Learn AIligatnverery Monday: pin, arrive L a'TeSt. I plojmentoT 1 sto.Xor carrier*is.rewUmi'necessary I
3ueej'h'.rre t Monday! and Satnrdayat .bui the .
Reardon A bill to alter the ; Jn'r.Gt'.1, IQ such
, Jacksonville
! Mr. the !next day.byJ9am.: ate arrive '
Ordance '
j ries; now preparing; by Apalacbicola same days by 5 relinquish the contract. ,.at'timejy ,teoeacr', jf L.* .
4'reptMals'for4wfce also fur biro times week
L line of Marion county for immediate' departure. I a p.[ prefers U. tliechaage,, J444 CVneT-T *
t., b cadary or Department service on this route wilhbecantuleted.3506V .: :ro.LeaveApalachicohi 'J lIn uter -

. Mr. Stockton-A bill to establish In 'and clothing'this l : Fn,m:Pilatka Fort 1. every Sorvday and Friday al mayantiu! ihecotitract.tr, curtail th srrvice.. .'
By pay, provisions by Qng Sprlngt am,Brrite at Si. Jom pVs lame days by 5'p m .8awl) pay when bo wishes I-dUpetutf with UH j
.\ jarifl'offees. corps'wiil be superior to, any other:yet King, Lun,Swamp. Okahumka.Kurt, and From tat Jun to l.t October, service in, whole f ur in rr i4.rra i .. ,

i bill raised, and, from the kind ofsArms, will Fort.rk.Fwter, ,,tu Tampa,.155 miles and back' ;once : Leave St.Joseph*every Saturday.at'9 a m,. ar 'different gradnitf H-niceon part t thc ruutr,higher bee alK.vtwuinjj '
Fletcher-A prevent A rive
'. 5y Mr. be constantly in the advancewhere the. Leave / ; at Apalachicola tame day by 7 I)'!'. : one.moath* extra,pay on UK amount dI'rt n.r C"w'uh.
Tue.d'I.1.10' arrive .
a m Leav "
. freenegroes and ry ;. Apalachicola every Friday"12 ro, arrive ;
&e future'migration hardest- ghting'may be expected. : at Tampa:wxt,Friday, by 5 p rn. t.t St. Josephs .same doyby 'JO pm. 'I 9, T&p.1. f'Dt..will f be male: ,drafts':, J

f. poUttoea'to this State. The higbest character for' courage ;Law Tan>pa every Tui',uioy At. 10 a ro. arrive '3525 From JJainbrid e Gsa.,b1 Chattabuochie, :post"olHces or nthcrviW, .afitjr the : '>C-. .;

will be .for 1'tlntka ttext Friday.by'5 p m. inggnld.Mariana, Scurlock \Vebbville cxf iratiouj "", ,
*Spring ,
introduced bill rela- and physical ability required qimrter, say in'February,"May, 4a.L' '
Jernigaii' a .Aul
Mr. l'r al.foe week service will be .
\VIL- (po t\Tice'a con.sutered. .- I Mrhpbtflton Geneva, Almiranie, Milton,.Fl'u4iti. N"y..nhtor. ::, .' 1 :,.
admission. AppltQ Capt. J .
circuit'o ,.. :; '' l. t ;
clerk of the town, to l'enacola .
" to the duties of 231 miles and back, three 10 Thedwtiince are.given lr. -
LIAMSOx\ S. Arsena 3507. Frt.m I'llatka b'E"tprprHe. to 'MeJIuaville S tot }1
tiiness It w..k lieu .
Lucie counties. ; infyrmKiiufk; but nu will .
and LnrtruM-d | y bs'pI'. 0
.: court for Orange 125 mile*and Lack, uurea week. 'L.ave'Bsinhri4e'
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Sunday VOIIAeact.'fand lovvrd sh ul
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every tutu
said * *
"Are ,
Mr. Keardon introduced "a preamblejad you agreed Leave PiUtka ev'ry Tuomliiy at. 10 a m, arrive Friday at 2 am- anIta at Fewaoola every vfrii<.ed, if all.Ilaaur" ci' t1j'n.mrd.. .
for an the clerk! of the court to. the jury ,at a nl M el Ion v ille next 3 ay by7 9 |' .rn.X T.d..yrid.., and'Sund y.Lt.c p m. UTt f '" .

t resolufkra! asking"Congrc3 late Fly assizes "your verdict for' theplaintifl'or .*uve" MellonvUle every Tliuriday 'n, Leave Fenacola every Sunday. TtH.day, aud J'wimaiee u*>nofTU .1.' fnellibit..J :
., Jaw from
of $10,000, for the irnnwreinent j arrive tit 1'ilatka next day by 5 p tn..' I Friday at 8 a in, arrive M Bainbridge Tues knowingly making 'a contract .r.- ." ; :": .
. Appropriation ,defendant The foreman '
transportation of Ilt
.t'11a mail vith ..
3508.. /.MellonviUe. tu ttew; 30 day. Thursday 10 aPy personwbt 1- e '

'i of the navigation of the Qc1riV'er a innn of good property, answerd "1tlon't mi ',nnd bactc'on a week Proposals l to cnmmrnre andSundity.by tbe.ruote p ru.at Chaitahoo- ahull'baverntrrvdsnt,* any matbiaalion, or pi. _.. '_

f Janba from the head ot Silver.( know whnt you mean by plaintiff Leave AleUonville' every Thursday at6am, clue, viI) becuntidrretl.1'ii'poitoUfur .-. p..f' lo enter'Into any rJimbtnaiiutu t.i preventtbe. a .
making of Mil fur mail in -. .
barrister arrive at New Smyrna vaihe day.tlt'S .m. IL'ceN'w I unco a weekaUtf fortwice week any a cimirnct by ;
dtjfcju'ant'j but (pointing a n
ihoalh of the Oclawalui.Jlr. or .
the her.I'tus..n
r r ng to : :: Smyrna every Weduetday .m, service* wilt be re.nsiekr4. or pemon .'or wbu shall have road- .

introduced"' ) he emphatically exclaimed, arrive 191 MtfII' nvihV. same day by 0 p in. 3526. From Mari'innwby Oak, Hill semi any agreementor slmllhavegiveiivr' performerf.
Beardon a prejiinble; *4ihatihere three isrignt !** or promised in fivevr .eiiurtu, ronsideraiion.tdoof .
imin 3509. from Nfwnansville tu New Rlvn2 [Holme Valley.. to Uclive ,Anna, CU.miles .and { any .
the conurii.ibncr iJi i-- n"*t, in .(O.hlo' tio.LI1t,., In bJure,
, and resolution requesting mitt-'anef back, oiiro wet k.Lnvt' back, once a ,vet' .
Latest .Description of a,.l oustaclle.'Oh .-. NewnarntiiJle atl any oilier rr.rlH.n nil I,'II l\ fur n nut a "U'nad.-- f
every Wednesday tn, Leave Marianna evcryTliur.dny siGn m, arriveat
land office to'
of the general appoint -I mother, mother! said a little girl,-' Driyoa at K*vr Kirpr .orne day by 8pm. t UcbeeAnaain.ztrInyb5p m. PnrticuIarAtienrhiu' kcsIi..l: ., lu the 28ih 'section: -
srtI (
J she tar
\. a board of commissioners to, running into the house in, great amazement Leave'New lliyVr every M edne_day 'at 5 ru, Leave Uchee Aiifia every Tuenday at 6 a.JU..arrive prevent bet btIdiu.; 183G," pruhibuing comLinations. !' .

in each where what T the arrive at Newnannville tame day by 12 m. ; at Ma iiina next ctllY l by b ",In.
ojce, nt least, county, J. a funny man saw : 3. A bid,lei-rtvttl tiller timetitwiu; tbelOth .
3510, From Newnansville. Santa Fe, andfun 3527..rom1\lariallnaJllck..lJc.
by St.
under the arne&l oictpallon: |: top of head was down on his chin-arid Cedar miles andonce 4 ck Andrews Muiy .March. s', at I). a. m.v.ir uiihwiu llw guaraalyrequired _
JouJitions Fanning, to Keys, JOS Bay, 60 mites and back, once n week. _
i lie hadnt, rnouth. by law,or thut au tbiu..i'Y's ul routes in.
got a': week.Leave Leave Maria
been ralltcd-'ur the i i ipf na every Thurwiry at 6'a m, arrive
have parpofe sum
act : one ut'cumpensatiun, cuciiot be considered in
Newnnn.vilIeivery Wednesday at 7 i m', at St. Andrews Bay next day,by C.p m. _
that the hvr has Sugar.-A planter of the Baton competition,with a regular propuinl: nut adjudged- .
taking tesJimony, arrive at Cedar Keys next day by7 p m. Leave St. .Andrews hay every Tuesday A; .C.am be

Jjceu complied] with. . Rouge (La.) expected to make 200 Leave CedarKcyeiery Friday 6 a.m i r rive arrive at dlariannn nt'xl.claI by 6 p m., to 13.. extravagant. A.bbdicr olfrr- where the .

I hogsheads of but on finishing*his at Ne na.Tiville! hem day by 6pm 3528..'- l'm' Geneva Ala.. to Clay Bank, 26 may lran.portatiou'
sugar, eaU)
: fur in she| ndv*rii is
Mr. Farrior introduced a bill to tyriridmg, :it ontyamounted to 90. Many -. .3: 11. Fron Newnan ville, by Fort Clark, Wacuhontie miles and back, once a week. itnpri cticatle 'at crrtniti m.on..o substitute.or .
and Micanopy, to Fort King, mend an Act, jmix'hJing for the of the planters-tire\ discouraged 'and inferior modo of convey mice, or intermit servico-
sipj j ,; and back, ccea week. at Clay Bank same day by 5 1'111. '.
,. a pecifitd Mitnbcr .:f da\. weeks .
nointmciU weighers of cotton,' ic. j jjn have"stopped grinding. Leave Newnansvillt every Wedneiwlny at.! a m, Leave Clay.Bank every Monday aiD a m. arriveat lie may (u omit an,.*(Hcc that, or is months.
prupo- Iuaccirj.
= _I I arrive "t Fort Kin:next day by"B p m. Geneva same day by 5 p m. '
'- -- vible
--- is .
nut the .
i or on sti the
; Franklin county. !! r\CERS. Leate Fort King every Friday at 8 a m, i rrive 3529 From Pentacula,by Honey Cur I\JI'6 and I nt A tftenmDoat ge the reuse r.aIh".1.|. 'r- .

The preamble and resolutions ;ist re- IVr .tr>nm >rSt. :Mauhew from Savannah. Dec. nt Newnnniville next day,by'S p ro. Blakely, to Mobile, 72 miles and back, three tinies may bGerio ub landing iituto an,n*inferior cage'mode mny of supply;,or II' .
3512. From Wacatiootie Kmnihla Cam Ixnrd week.
Ut'wn the Haul \ rou the'Athujlic! 14th. Mr 4rItitss1i. CoL J. H.Lewu, Dr..r.Ifttl. in such case*. He difiVrcnt
to j joast ; Hom and Cliucochwt Penincola and may prupoe days- .
*a* a, Augu.ta to Leave every Sunday, Tuesday, and hour uf and

were read a. second-an j. thiJ! ; II, .S.'ij... J. G. Smith, Me"rs; Simmons Fort Dade, 98 miles and bock, once a. weekj Friday, ut 5 p m, arrive. at Mobile next*' cluyl.yl1 more running departure time is n,keil, nnd arrival it u, .provided obvious that no -

"' K..jll.C.' lI.mh'. Leave Wucaliwuie Thursday at C u m.per. ., am. .. rid mail connexion
eirery Oilier
limes and ( or public accommodaiiot
aOpte .
j ..Lcav Mobile every Monday Thursday, and 1 .
-- arrive at Fun Dade next Saturdny by 5 p m.j i i. prejudiced. lIe ,k fur tlnuv
--'- '. : t Fifty Dollars Kcward. Saturday, nlJ.2 m, arrive'atTenvacota next days miiya tunning
Leave Fort Dade 6 morrive tli
evxry Monday ut a "- to fF"r.11 the ;,. O. Ti'-ayuttf 4di'!'.. .\ .1. V'Il.1.2.ib.s II nar l ffifiy dollars In any one \Vucahouiie next \Vednesday by 5 p tn. by7 am.Proposals. certain s.a.nns of pefuli rlyl*4f roads; but beyond
\'a.. will
"ill I :jIII" rnintioti t\ilili| lend ,for,daily service will be.eonnidered.
3513. From
Suwwannee SI.IOal .
Alligator;'by toBl these changes, for service
LATEii.FKOM GALVKSTUX. I.. tjjt! riMiviriHin .f ih-, j.'er on who cut adrift my unt'. Ferry,35 mile.'and hack, once a week. 3530. From Key\ye)t. by Indian Key. tu, from the adv rtirmeQt a proposal will diSemt

'rite a\teaushlp C SU1iVCIOI, L:1ptU II''t:|..;.. tli.. I ri'uwrt; r. .'si I'1,. night of:Monlnyln .I.e7iI. Leave 5am Charleston S. C., 700 miles and back, once a prevent its' being cotsiderrd -
Alliv&torerryThursday at, arrive in
eiition with ,
I cumf> a jr:ular bid.. set- '
"'. hili'I lt- luicltnriMl I at St. John Bacb.flp1 month. -
Wright, arrived! here yestcrd.ty {rum t at Ulount'pry same day by 6 p rn. aside fur and ul. bid contains
extravagance; eie a
,. '
i: t'i: :. ,ItU- Leave Key Wet from the IGih miLe 20ih ol r
Gal 'csto" which place she lull on the Laufllounts fr.rryeyery Friday 5 a ro, arrive any of the above alterations, their disadvanugea-
l. THOMAS G. nODlnTS.J arrive ''itb all
each month, at Charleston practicable '
inst. thisvesscI we'hare Texas I ; at. Aiator!! same day by 6 p m., "will bo estimated in compuiJJ whho1herJII'D-. # '
1st By "II\'iJ1. f'm1181".
despatch.Leave .
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3:)14. From Alligator, by While Spring.-Jaa. ,- 'w post*!I.. -
r.,'k1"'m rmrete' .llt wfc.<:' -1C.. fillf--,*-_- ?-- "* FLORIDA hOUSE Benton \Voodfnnd.I Cherry Luke, Clifton,and Charleston on the lat day of each month, 14. There should be but eD. route bid for ia -S a. -

We find in 'amc of our pnpeis further ST. AUGUSTINE, E.' F.MTHls Aucilla, Monticello.. '.103.miles and back, once a. arrive at Key Wet with. all practicable,despatch. proposal. ? .

peculations! as lo the destination r.hi' iodiou...tnl lihmiit Having wf'
mten.rool'i army.V'c rn.ke; the ;: .iit* ih I n't Monticellrt 3532. From Key West to St. Augustine 600 .
tr:1clI from the Victoria n..irtion winrrr visitor' Tli' next FrMa'yby 8pm. member of the firm, where a conpaay offers '

ft1otving e IIitKfilirf; _N Smiitfin! .'XM _ure, with Jnng piau". Leave Monticello every Saturday at 5 am, arrive miles ann back, twice a month. should be distinctly stated-also tbe mode of conveyance

\dructtle"e : I... (_.44..*jJ.1.H.l .......1.. TIwa_r&Aciuuan..l. Alligator next, Monday by 12 m. Leave Key West .on the 8th and 23 J of each if a'higher tnodo than on horseback i*. -

\ have conversed with au uitelli- l. K.w.,n'. nil pntvided with, .fire 'places, urefursiI..I 3315. From Tallahassee to St.:Marks; S3 miles month, arrive at St. Augustine in! seven days. intended. "

gent young gent lemtu connected with in I.'I comfortable manner and and back, three lime a week. Leave, St. Augustine fIn |he. 1st and .15th of -1 6. Th bid should bewnt under seal aa4re'

the Quancrmastcr's: Department of _,.vi-i\ !liin( :.lm. lie.u done tn render it a d"*iiHhleni ,L, ftve Tullaha..ee 1f'riJnrdar.. Thursday, each month,arrive At Key West.in seven days.PropnsaU ed to the FirntAssiiant l'ortma.te'rGeneral, with ..

.l'-jn'.* her invnJi.N. Warm. bath cuiibe had and Saturday at 7am, arrive at SI..Mark., name terminate thi route at Cedar Keys Mail J'rtpoiahs in the Stat.'of"wriu.'ti.. -

hen.dOi division. o.te army, armed .iI' iln' b"*i;""vMt nil lime i daysbyiOim. i&isieidof St. Au tinewill be considered. on the facr of the 'Ieter; and rbouM be despatch

*t tins plan! on outlay cvenitjg. Tin* ttiI,1.! l j4$1w.y; ..tl'pliPd with every- delicacy Ldpavlu.t.at'Markseyery?! arrive Monday,Tallahassee: Thursday, andSaturday C'ProjionBl for supplying! the tllW3flfl1EC'i! I ed in lime to lwa'r..ccjy.. l-j or befn're the JOtbMnrrb '

Jut un his iv.jy from San ,viiUinio to thai tinniuikit.. |be '(.,r.t. and ;.h'sea can.farn- ,I'm, ,same in Florida. at a *um tobe 'immoif/atxl nuliject lo next, at 9 o'clock a.m. i <.3 -
(day by
J'ort Laracca.anil fro u him we learn i.h.Vine 4 nnd Liquor.of the fine. .t quality will 3516.5pm.From Tallahassee, by New. Port and St.0 I the condition of being limited to the rnet prucced 17.; Tim contracts are to bo executed by or before -

[,(d f"UinJ In the HHUM*. unite ofBce, 'are invited : the lit July n st. .<
that arrived at Antonio Marks, to Shell.I'ouit, 32. mile. .and back three
an express Sip A ct.mf.rlabl. Pit Cmch, neei the Steam i 'China ,Hill l, from Quincy, 12 miles and. back, S 18. PotmftlleU atcOIrr situated von : S

6u the lith! inst., bearing tleKpatchesjrotti ...".* ul Pirul.-itn; i u .."\"ry pn<*rnftr. Tn St.Anj time residue.Leave* a.week toNew Port and once a week the. lone a week.- railroad, but more than.iLy ruds from a or depot,nrtr,:. .] <

Gen. U'uol to C aj'u i 'WIU, Quartermaster ,* :,MUt.-. JU11N I DICK, Propri' lor.n. 'Tallaha' *eejevery Tuta.ul' iy. Thursday IteformIromQuincy, 10 miles and., back once will, immediately nfter ibe lit April rrf>xr.'report .- -

|if I'ori: Lnvuccii 'i ins ,'-x- .'*' 18 8r and Saturday at 7 a m, arrive at New Port same week. ,that ficl to she depnrtmfnt. staling their exact _

pref left JUonclova- ; on tlic4lh"at which t S NOTICE. ,day. by 2 p n Troy. from Columbus. 35 miles and back, aweek. dUunre from the railroad' depot, and how btherr .' ',

'lime MOllc)".., was in posMssion of i ALL j erous lmviii: cUiin _;wint the Et,|.> Leave' Newport every Monday,"Wednesday,and Woodstock: Mill*. from St. Mary's, '20 mile "iT.'t'' supplied General with direct the mail the to enable the Po i-, _
master tn I.
'I ; William B,vil, bite of Benton c"unty, Friday at 7.a m, arrive at Tallahassee same days proper supply to
Gen. Wool the place having made no and bark, once a week. 'made frem de'raifrOlld
by mail from
... ,il by2p'm.Leave. messengers,
.I. i'". l, will |ii rit them tea llw. i 'criber* .
aiber opposition titan the alcalde pro i, ,'i.hi" llie ti'r>. fr-rrJln-d by law, 'r tliev willI. Newpiirt every SaturoVj at 6 a m, naive Furm for a bid''n here no change from,advertisement nnd after the Jig July next. ._ .

testing in the name ot'the .Mexican luirntl. undJ!.,.*.' indftbtetl to the .aieIEltate"' at Shell Point .nme Jay.by 10. am.. is contemplated by the bidder, 19., Under the pet nf3d March, 1845, the roatoi :
"I (or we a* the. cnan.m .v be) [here Write she ; .
.. to bt let to ih 100.n bidder, tendering sufficient
will _
GurCrlm this Genend. MXiH'tit : LC'n'eSot"U
n nmsi entrance. : .l' PineverySatiirelay at p m. nrrjv -
c name or nnine iir full j of flier**slate the residence
CLARK and guaranties forfuUhful furmance without
ALBERT 6 pei .
Newport tame by m.J'rll"ls
uuderstoud !his arrival aay p
on or residence.] hereby to carry the rrailnii other '
ADALIiNE CLARK,. 10 extend the trj- propose reference In the nuule' uT tran |miiatinn tharvmay '
weekly service to
JUtsumc l=vol.inleerij or mnchcro | 'r\". fri m In 'n. often ftll be ,ti> provide fir the duo .
r Adniini; ;*tn i"r and.Administratrix. SI.dfJtrk"ill l I. considered., necessary celerity :
'lad, iuteudeJ dci&4dLe] : lice but inConsequence .. the adettisemeeitsequires in the time stated in cenftinty, and security"f uch .-
to ) !fl.HB.flhI.n c. f:. Dec. 18. 846. 6 n 3517.- Krom Tulnh! $.ee, by LiponaMnrion, sransj'orsazion4j -
: 'schedule} and the mode nf
the *, by fjll'itring cnnv.ynnre.Jowut' S
When the lone } bid
mode of .
ItrDpe"tJf' a con' .
orders Hamilton .
ol" received from Fort Talufa, Madi U C. Columbus.Mineral '
? [Flere state howii i is to be convey that i is .
; iftadC'quftle.rurlLo route
---UiCTflAGTS.( ., l.S.rineJUcI Littltt Hiver veyaocu retpccttn : '
Santa to Alligator,
bcibicAVoorarrival "
-\UU4 iVtv
n tiny *
: ed.J Tor tbe annual sum of $ .h. ceuaintvserusity nnd relrriiy of the mails,, '
122 J iI '. nnd back, nice a week.. 't
this force had left \iouclova for 'Dated. aside from' tircomniiMlutiuii fur travel it .iU' of
Exit" ', from Ikc.arl of1S45 ,Co. r'lf3'tl/ach, L.vP\fuI1ah&Iaec.' .evrry!Sunday At. 8.a m, arrive any ';.t t
tbepurpu e. of joint nnta Anna 'at fedion 18r"AndbilJ'MrlkfrrnacltdTi9l tit All :utor next day by 1pm. Form! of a guarantee in accompany each bid : ,not be entitled to ihriite, 'It, : -

&Uilo.! Jt ; .II.1 uiu .jiua'torders Allicntor; Thfi urMlersigned [here insert the name t'f the 20. When. the bid does .not, name a mode or .- "., .. : : : :. ,
it ,shall be Leave .
\ every Wednesday at 'I-p 01, arrive mnveyauctvit will be taken send uneleutuodtobp '"-'I ,:. '7 ;
rere to itjuke uj re i is..u, 10 General tlh. .Jut" .dtlic* r....r.1It"t..r. .'n'riiI. in all future !,at'TaliaWnsee next rt.y by 6pm.Prcrponals .' guarantor guuranh..l] guaranties tIm, [here insert for the lowest mtxfi J ) ,
fI f
j conveyance, to wit: onborrelKick. ,
Wool* entrance, !hut j:' 1 t him advance lfilln:< 1c"nlruru; for tVe iraitfjionution. I1 the f<.r: a"J p; also for three times a name,of bidder or names or biddea*, U4 the .. When it tw arcorduig -
"hid propose
1 t ,,'i1IlJe case may be, I if his (or their) f nr carrying the carry ;
at fir tuto the heart of tie as 'I !t''iL i.. K't ihe n.m.'.}in fyrr. cue l" the lowesttnaranti we'4 .r"ir.d coiinidered.l'rojH ) 1 to ihn ntiv.'rtkenien and im m xle .>f nveyancu- '
maitfrum .
country ti beaLcejuteI .by
faitlifnlrrft'rehci r U 'instead of !
Li.M..i t..I.nng..uffi l"ut r fur *" o run by WhileSprings
lie ; ti staled for j be row nsu. ndvirtuemyni( it will .
wished iud him Saltillo the Poitniaster General, shnllemer' into an ublipaliuo -
; to rep tir lo at 1rfwmincii7, tsith..ut uth<.r tu'lhe modufur :Liu 1..1ti"et will bf eonci.t"l'1'd. be conniitered asi>{Ti'ring fur horseback
only con -

where' tie. at-tic hiii of 70,000 I ..f _II"ij *Ou"I.'rt.'i.ut, than may I be necr.nry itprovil. 3518. ,From TaInin! "oef by Miccn uki 'toMnUlic.Uo,33 sufficient priv1"0 the first day of July next the ., with goo land vrTnncr.' ? S .,:.

-Mexican loops, expected meet, the I .' the Ilu', tt'Jcfi vi rcrtalniy.'and ,'cufi- miles and back, twice a week. posed". 'sureties. to. perform.. vice"pro: 21. Since ,tiie III'rtl.., act of March 3d,. .:,

American ty nf uch ,Ir pirlatirtn; nor .hallaHy n.- cunirnctor 'l>ave Tallahassep every 'T..p.13Y.n.rtd Friday 1)ated 1845;n' new ciipiiori uf Lid isles been'nceived. .'

So soon army.as' the train of with II hrmfifr l.' r |.iir**d to' ptirchaie oilt, or ..at 6 a in, arrive at 'Mouilcell'. unmo day. by 6b.p m- .INSTRUCTION/ It >j ecifies no mode of CPOy.>ncefc but engages'. .'

wagons tnkent a vaTunilon. ihe'mock .ir tr'hiclr's oi any 'I6&!"'; M"niiicello every 'Mimdny'and.Tbursdav allowed fur and earry thA maiJ wiil,certoinJv.VeIerirynndsecuritr,. .7' : .
I. Seven minutes are opening .
Government store', riiiw 0\1' the road prvi.l. .m".tcfnt f r.llief *am. ruuiri?* at 9..a m, '8rr ve at TallnhnMee same .dn). by C .doting the mails at nil oEfce, where no particular using the'term. oT the' '\\. Tlie**.bids.are calletU "

from ;an ,Antonio, phoulil arrive at : 1- n.ti.will \ cnn-yl .tt> rad the forms p tn. lime i. specified;"but on railroad and steamboat, from the manner in wblrTi ihfj are designated onlh ".1

Alouclova, lien. Wool designed leave : Ri..l U.r.linrill urrM'ml..llo ibu udvrrtiiemcnt.Tln 3519. Fron Tallahassee- by Mxaningtnri, and routes "thern-s to. 'b*.no more delay than is ne- <* bonk! *urh..di., nm..nr, ""."s/nriiV" It has- 4
)'rr'JnviM" 1rd i i jtate. laihir* ,al ,, ncaD"ilk 'Gpo.1 Thomasville! 54 and been decided' after mature.rftnderaiim! that
that place for ,Chihuahua, He, is y ; projM D miles .deliver arid receive the bags. a- -
not ih. m *4 !h j %hirli J.l!y inipn l;to.convey. the.mail.When back once a week. ceJisy 2. The atJ ,*, to IM conveyed preference topassenger bid proposing n >{>eci e mrnlft ofcoaveyance uf as- '.
to join Geq.ru.lor as was rumored. ilio .' nnd vpi ht i>( ibn mail; ortpu..41 'the rod t-bore codrh .
*tz : high a ns t* transportation !* : -
Leave. at Ca their entire if r.
TallaljaMee vveryThurday! m, *._.dndto, exclusion ass
Commumcation has .been opened wilh i r.alltJ liar in't'li' "d-dul. 'hall rcqureit.iIie arrive at. Tlnrnavil1e.intn.r14yby 7'p .m. weight and bulk require it,.,' in bf j'refeiTeil. io.ili ntnr biff* The exp ifrnce. 0 : ,;
Gen'-Taylor since.be had been' at Mon-1 (iintsicii :y1tJ j, in .He for coach, 't8llmltmtt.! 6am fir be .T.parImeeavnablrittulay dovm the*foltor -
Leave Thomaivilleerery Wetlnendsy at ,
: 3. Office blanks, mail bags. and the "
Post '
or nilru..uJnt"'nt"r, o.,(he se..* mar tr. ; and, f spe Jng rul.-*. viz? .
.lova. / \ arrive,. t Tall.ha.e" same Hay by 7 p m. .the the exhibition of ,', -
rial t )
r. '_ b 11 .. b'uU agents <> department .
cuni*qawuy; "Itt'I.WiIl 1 rtropo- .Firotn. TnUaha-foe Vhn use mail' on the route i- potio'Iargiis. ,.': -
3520. -"by Saubrity'and'
fhe papers contai n numerous notices their credentials-* to lie conveyed ..without
such '
sing mp :
../>t 'the\'success of sugar cultivation"in ihr.s.t.-illj. *Mi:n d to bid I* jTojx. >sin,:. .the ,..thre QVincy* time,,f ABainbrtdse week., Ga..', ..43zni1os-'.5 .. ar..l.back. further charge, fin mail lines admitting.nf such if tbe lowest,'triltlie preferred coiireyanre i! fhe spednc licI.*, :',"-, '::i :

Texas. 'From.all accouuts, the experi- cll api'st moJe ur intn'|"' atn. (5Leav Tatlahssee l Tth.sslay.n4 Iun.Ifty"' conveyance. 22. IVhen.thetnatts! a re of s or Ir she and weight '; ". .:.
'. ;every 4. Mil ;agents are "U> b* CORVPJrMI.without '
neat ia sugar growing has proFed emi- -. SUDtIaY,8t 9: m, arrive al.Btiabridge samedarsh'y9 the principal railroad ami .I..mholat .asSEt fender it aeresnary .srapedesitin rrfermco- ,', ;.
; charge on
PROPOSALSEOR f ** *"* *- "* to them arl&o in pro vide two-hnrs coarh convey : /''
llendsucc ssful4 :CAIUIYING THE MAILS OF THE p m. lin.. wh) 'rethe,ixe of the 'mail tend the number anre.jfif: necificbidf, !ffough lie hT;he t,,will be } .

iv e' copy the following from the .STATES from:.iKl.t, / f July, Leave Baii.bridgi every .Sunday. Wednesday, of.the >. .filcersMill rrqdtheirpluyrin'ftt. by pn>ferred to ib' *tar !j-id, to Ifs' etentofamod.: "- '.

Texas Democrat : ,I 8 7.'tP the 30&11 Jane, 1R5 t.jnclnsiw i /in Florida.. 'and Fri inv. at 4 m,.m, arrive ,tTallahasT same''I the dejtnnmeiJi;,,and iw Uiat-4-ase; Tt* ?pni* a- crate difierrnce in tlie) tnj ew,a.i.'n. in'casethediHercnce ','

Wild "t&-Tft If's&te will b* received at the contract offire of llm! VotOlSfin .Hays'by 3 pin, t* I parmntfortheuasuflinz.nd.ouIe ,keephzqfs1aemeM ;J¬ wif h a. interfere" with.the potiejol .':.
: tfpon the: in Proposals" femeekIy/.mice will bo con- u to,be prutWedlijibe ci.n1ractarbn4ertIw' I ,tin new law .:bicli Iiwik* reduction ,
tof Cot AjctjaOT Departnv-nt.. .the city c if jyjliif gion,'?ri41 ,. : ,' I Ju a in tho" i
iha"tlwie '
authority t". 9. a.nu, ftne40th ,March'1847,,(tn,!bed: *",' e1&.n'd. : : direction of-llie depariment co.t of i r jn n.p >rt at ion. 'EXf'rplin.l.r _'. '. 5_ 5

celebrated -Seaiinole chief wiioVCat is ciiiril by the lt ilyor April))> ontho i route* and,10,* '$ :;; 5j. FrnmMnTnts'ceih.by: Gmoverville, .Gn./' 5.. In all cn c, there i.-t. I* a forfeiture of tin- !>!' nlhawcd' Wiem{ the .star bj-l i*made by'lj*:pre i .

sow in Texas at the head pf 300 warriors dUi.ma.tteralld1imfll.p.nrec i yizt'< toThom.svilIelt3I 1kia d buck; once a week.,' i pay nf.the tiin, when the- trip i. tint run; a fi rfeitiire eiit owner of diP stock it n ih. rouiV* and. it to :: .,

f\5 of f 'that uurnber"bejug .. FLOIIIDA. : :'jUaW;MontiCfllo. ..ejyYedne'Vlay. atGa.m: : I of at. le'aatonefohsrlLpntLof' it when the ntanifett that,I be reM' u.for pi efrrr iwg tEe specific '<. '.,

have 3i 1. From.u.
fieles.: He 'is said, to ,expressed adetemiMt 'KtrklaM, to St..MaryGa.,90 milesnnd .back, 'lita.eTh.[ ma.vyfe; ew ery Thursday'at'6 a III. I she connexion with a depending matf awl a4 fi;r-' .. ",- 23. On. Iuutes tlio1ighet rla1.w1wre {octri. ..i:.!," .

oo.to do ,Hi fee: ,$eu. o neewrek1: ; If" t.n, 'i rrjyentieMunitrelIe- :.. >'3ftj by 5 )je.ip, I feitnre of-.' duo: proportion t>f it'hen grade of \\OTff,conchs 1 nr 'teambo$ t irinrsatioiirrquIr" ..t. .. 'f-j.

& t "7 QtuncVVto CboUabqocfue.2l t mdci1n.Iscktw ', T tid.,reiliijreri ,rlQ I hat ia the comract., liw size; ;nhd .
.familiesrtrho "Jll't e 1tp-o aYe&"Aujofttlne irwry Wrdnedejr i2tth, 3522. From vJ'C n |, < ?( by tmrMiiia iee vf Irw'JJMlJ#>JhoprefereiTce ;* '** _

ps cIcisimbckp, ,tbjYU1it11iiyc. ,.nhe. iKSteW.IIPx. day bj 12inv .. 1 : a. week.% TP. .r. These forfrititre nwy W increased'tnio'penalties' f.r ih>*pe>j:bul SlTtc,If-napr issij 'r '.
Les8i.Mary'eryTburajs1 .1 p..turatSU"IatI' Ia'e: Quincy ,fbei.! r'sdyr.red'Thuisd.y atsr of Iiihr4inieunt'nccoriIh3itb the mtnre or(rea rarrietl }nfn reseu.rjsufjilr.: I 'iha* ", :: ,
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ecerted their korao, J1 TJ auff z.wre ll 'J** CbAtufewffliip *am* Jays, by : 'if'the.;' AjIQnt aoJ-i1impertsiac&uf! 'ibemail. she inferkr rncii ; .
A IaeXt day bylip m., 1. P.n,. : ". ,9\ qu.u ,. .au1.1'J.I"W'', oejj.t4is : .' ,::'
lets fey theicilUsfir of their wofk- I.I.v.v. ',Yrim-Si.AQcii..iip 1 N t Sfl'i. :5t.LGeitt ,'II..Plr *- '" imrrio ) -$ CtTUnn'. at"lY. .,.,.41. C ', /

Mieiitea1ing 'tkreeEa ao \ ;and Miami ,riftlr.ii,1ey'VsiaGOOrni1ei i' ChathflcbfT7 't'Jd.j: an" !Ca Fnw will V imro-.t.t. iIeIi9uen.(1bib : f4, molitir. if.tI ,ra. 'fd./i",.any. S 'Jiflisesieniil ,

Jl'C.l'iT; .babtke; *moriti. ,:. 't :'W' !. i 1 11
.' \ q'St "IUt., tMl'It:l.cl ":Ud, p( -.'-.1' ,1. .; ".. (*iirtgin iahii frOili':w dfflYPf s'.'a?itiei"_ ,;1 haaiiwtinrprL 'ee jerrtye'e1L t ,..asu1rtt( rf> i,.witrj regular m-

,i CS' klCldft Uj0C'kic &r0e >!>d. e*' .mh"TV"K l J:, "ri i i. 1nr&r."1.fur' 1r. ,,a 7"' IeSCOftW., \ eel\h;.:.i.Ifor **,It t'.be:wet, '1KIUti.n' ',.'r. fur et] fa-riTinbiJs.: ., 0

irte4**>Ww.the-tiiai tf&ifUneyVGO I. "Ki-J W"tJIte8 ana.k1 .lfe.a.- r-'T-k ..".,: .,..j..: t.1'..t i '-, 1nj"rMi, r;. tr p-d.rctr Conveyiat4\iiiplaee a .. 5- --c.IOflSPN; .11\ ..

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ed. 'me,'Ililt; .J".' _. .1.u. ;
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;" for. befare the Coatt How* .. S Si.Mwj $3skib. ,
1 : 'frriU.CoeIrt p al,"I wW _. j. i the first:Monday of : U.S_. M.Mt.i t. .h. ;..,
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: ;. '; -J.L sue,.ta fleet of UM Court. Heate. to theta to S
.J Nf'J1 \' the osetl bow*:of **Je oa, that i fe&Le
\ .., II.' :'taW;e w7f; oa(be firtAfeaeby I l$5ffi 5ckd.bcrdeehenJ
described .t& -- In
to:Komtfr. A':D., 184$, bet ween the property. !,.
left! bov*of sJe ea thd.AR .that certain Rang*,11, :comalaiBg acre CUit$0fl of "
tMnr4i'1YmHF :
3creL Section 23. : Wood I .
Iraet el Uoe,.; tylg and betaf tile.ooeo : f.iahbed-aaj 1\ .

ty of Dv J,'oa aad atat the West,aida of.Little Levied upon! theproperty of : this Slat. course-of .ls.trvctleep riued in this ---rro,. 1i'f.i_.. .-il-I.

I I Potutarg. .Creek,aad Wtato the lines ot a Great, pay the State inLcou.ty.taxei & Sh erUT .L School.: U founded upew OM pri c4ples of JodocUooamlooalofy. for!.-abe a.ais b.101W. il1' ,
the 1846. .
i known as Richard's Mill Grant, bomta asfol- J-r./. ALSO a fogi- Students wfco.are'oapitpa- flu $ ..ri" __,iIJ

l Iowa; ceramenoing ,at 'a pott or Hake, marked Section- 35' Tow sblp,1,,, red to,Itt!college., way, herey p rs. e,the mjoi- ..., .1.. bifswrYe.a1eg .II' -

I with ft" cross, on,the Ijortb West cornerof'said 80 'scrO-Leiried as the hlb. slteitud'ie. i while those,'who are ant, tlgaed ialf.1 0.1 rw J..t.r. (
upou, ID-
1 Tract, and nmotejfroa Urt&ca'East wardly sixtyaerea the for a professloo ca.aeleeti'Mah'braoebrs as"nay .. ..
Woods to satisfy
, chains to a wat *. marked with cross, ; a best suit their objects fri lift.Tbav A iso pule. ,'t..,. ,.
1846. Ie
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f oa the bacik'of. the a/ojeiaJd,Creek; from thence year. S ALSO, veiled >vgttatioBt ,of the' fastif atioa are formed b.w. berq wIaW ha's b

, .. Southward/! by. tb.'Creek rixty'chains to a pine, Section Township 1, with the tingle design of promoting. tbf ,Ifttellectaat ; Thursday sad &rda N.w: '
rntrkei with across;. from thence Westwardly of Two and moral advancement of its members. a"lnl(1M Mw!: =- .
James Uvingiton,uppoed r. .
and rMiv .
4 ixty chains to .'plo.j Barked with a Croat; from to satisfy(be taxe due thereon( The ii ii pflneis Intended to be strictly paternal I. r..WIw ; ,
\ S hence Northwardly i1 chains to the aforesaid ALSO, I .The Preceptor desires to cultivate, with his,pupils bean oehher Ill!.,'. ..
f fwfinning' or atakb. SaU' of Land S S aid in hi* habits of kind and ,familiar Intercourse cad TL- shove boswI .
post tract connininf Section 3.,Township 2, + Jes. at &. 1. ""
! three hundred and Mventy and 510thsttcres.conveyed acre*-Levied a* the to influence hem rather by an appeal to the better r..a.'PiJ.Qa efti1% d.i\IJf.... '
upon Gmt.1
k to Forfone Richard;by J.melV.. or L D. Nort.to ..d.fl.be in principles of bearr,. than by .te.ad dJa.craeffuJpunithmenL' Picolaa. H . I
Capitol .
I Bryant and Harrison; R. Blahcliard, by deed 1846. BUck Creek If 1, .
beariDgdateDeeembe.26ib, A. D., 1845. Levied the year T.'B.. A..' An accurate account oib.delinqueaseaafeve. J A'.ItIOaYUJt ;" !., 1' .. '

f S o*'am!'will be told to satisfy the abor.'mentioned Sheriff and tax Inde .ry scholar, and also'of the .teaM.r attainment For fright or p.s..g apPJ 1IItIat.Ie 'f

1 p execation in lavor of James Armstrong' -Alligator. Oct,23,1846.NassanCeHHty is kept; a copy of which account, in connexion VfI'boanJ,or ',. .. .
, LEDWITHrSheriffD.. C. with the regular term bill, U transmitted to every toweenie < '
". 'By A. W. Calc TOIf, D.S. -' parent or guardian,who may desire it. % t'A -: ,
. 4 4t .
S JackiontUle October 2nd, 1846. be told on Monday TKRXS FOR A SIHIOS OT TWILTK WiLLS : FERNANDEz "& -
I aJThe above ule is postponed by consent of WLL :
between. the ,hours Higher Branches. '-' $8 00 Aj,514-i.Jtl
I parties (rom the first Monday in November to A. 1 S
coy. .
o'clock at the Court House in Common Branches 7 00 ;
k1 Monday the terentk day of December '
' Nov. 61h.or sau;*a certain tract or parcel Latin and Greek Classics extra. 03": The

The above sale is postponed from- the 7th the estate ,of Waterman' i b will be LessMis French! ,S given. at the request of pa. ..In roanertion steamer with SALH tbla fieu:.SPAL5. _
Branch *
situated Brandy I"E'
:t 0 day of December hut. until the first Monday of on rents. La.rO ,
rw. ofy biUMlrei'l '
eslab- td\\
A thousand four hundred acres, Anv pnpil withdrawn from the School before tin f.

I JantaryneiLt.. ,December sold J S Starr. 12. 184C.Fierlfla
Florid..nd_ all legal costs and. Im approy".iII be required to pay for the 5
% a
Constable's! Sale. about too .d'f'rtllemrnt and sale .sizes- and unexnired. .Dart- ofthit-.session.. and Savi --. ._ -
due hundred and two tloll .) Axes No deduction will bat made in the charge against ----
r T>Y virtue of at wri:of Fieri Facias, issued out one Packet. '. ,
?! JL9 of Justice Middletonf Court I will ex.pv4 ., A. J. BRADDOCK .,, a pupil for occasional absence. In cases i f prt- TIIIiegalar.sieeu, '

: t ** to Public Sale, i in front of the Court House October 16, 1846. Scjlhes, tracted sickness' requiring the pupil t.. M withdrawn J&t GASTONCayp..
in the Coin from the School, proper deduction trill be !
I-t city Jnckton.lJe'count1 of Duval, on the nyc Pico1at.Pry11IJ.,111
Grit S
' first Monday in January, A. D.. 1847 between Nassau County made. ing ai 9 A. M. on each .k. ami will ,
' 'be T virtue of the Yokev S Patronage is solicited from none who hnv not M. f..r ..
1 legal hours of sale on that day-All that certain >Y powerYt'lted P. Savannah via Maadarf. :
.' tractof land. situate, lying and being in the _t> will expose for sale at the ., Pat an unqualified confidence in the ability and integrity St. L\I"nl..I.U other immediate' ._

t c..ntloC Duval on and about the West side of House of the County oPNassau of the Principal., arrive in .Savannah early oaPassengers s.. _._
S Little within the of January 1847 between Paints The school Is now in a flnuri-hinc condition. for Cha,1pitJu. .
anti of tiny
r PotsUurg Creek lines a ra $rain '
.eed anti nM7t
I Grant,known. Richard's Mill Grant, bounded as two o'clock on that day the Tb building is,a large. commodious and elegantstructure the vminjc in the daily Hoe,*f Stria _
Window .
S fcitnafd in said County of recently erected Florida Lodge, No.
suJuwa Day, by Th Gasloa in
: commencing nt a pot or stake, marked ".n. cnnnectiua ,itkW.
with of five hundred acre., more or I,of-I. 0.0. F.Thoh'cuvi.'n M. hlHirn CKJfiw 'VIdr'. nrt.f
4 a cross, on the North West co'rn* ; of said 1Jw.r 1'
, iracr, and running from thence Eastwardly Neil't creek orn sufficient dtp' .I is DIM* of well known salulniiy! and Y.rk, i.( ,M.ola .. Iritp .
% .. veri eb.in.-to a wit Oak, marked with across, fy th' taxes due thereon to the is eay of ace***: Board may be I.i"M 81 reasonable mar,.hg. -py 3I..r

. (** Iho bank of the aforesaid Creek ; from thence Aether withthelegal charges ef N rate in resp rtable families in llmplno*. Tli (i..nn d.w. not return b BJw r.
nf this ad vert wement. Jacktonvtlle, E. F., March 27th, 1846t ly
: costs her In SnTMitnnh. .
tithwardly the
by Creek sixty chains to a pine, J. found. .
..' marked with SU dollars. A. AAIES! OP P IC E'T8.
a cross; (rom thence Westwardfyoixty attend. -
Sheriff and !
4 chains 'to a pine, marked wiih a cross; fruyi I JACKSONVILLE. MOUSE. Tke "C54P4 fIml..itt: 1M. IN.ua

i S thence Northwardly sixty chains tu the aforesaid November 6, 1346. THE subneriher having recently Html nj .1".r..I..1, 'eEwbsr1cIrj7 1t..r I.",:

- I '.S'nning post or stake. Said tract of Land con- J5JI.:: theabover.tiiblhhmentwiib a view mike Uri- C1.INTiN.T. J4 '*' m -ierj.' (

4. 1 tainingthree hundred and and 5-10ihs acre, Executor's s greater_convenience' and accjmmodationnf she.r.e Brie %UGVSTA. A/.M. SWr ...
I '. vmvejed to Fortune Richard bJamp.V. Bryantund 'ON the 6r.tday January whom 'ml hea'Iifi or pleasure mi-lit attract !. thl 'J... 23.

: Harrison R.. Blanchnrd by depd, bearing date S will offer for sale at / remi>vod portion of Flori.hi, ,.
:a December 26th A. D., IS. Levied I'on and will Zephaniah Kin "If'Y. late of : large puh'ic inciting lluil none, .IH.np.afarl.r Jour will line SAVANNAH.A. JfaraJ.r' "IJIIJ?.

;3: !* sold to satisfy the abovo mentioned execution, ceased, coiled San Jo ef, alxmt SI"r., find nnyihinr reqniili lu their mrofoit iieglerlrtl. 11e4g JX.\CT.J. JoLa.ein, mai..JJ It
Jacksonville thn Ri er St. hnvn ,Ht, KXCEUC. B.
In favor of John flrowftrJ.I.t The lien lihine.* fir Jacksonville. pmieciimr t Smith.'m.II'Pt.J""u.
! ,
to the } from TI. ,.ra.rIi ... ,. .
belonging .
projterty its of .lhI1. j
JOSHUA FENIMORE Constable. from the harsh sen Lreezt. 'MI! essiws MCrcst iwaI q-.
lei; that it to say, twenty vno .liit Grit- b -ir she zpri Prni-e". .1. siB .. riy nre.ic...
E "QH.unbi1 IIh. 1846.Sheriff's. from any p int. >*vo always 'rnrrf|
chlrC'; ; : ;Paul ,which ,, .
Philip Tatty reputation of being .Ihe,most A.lwRhla.II4I.* pUet, l'ar..rage ai .nr."I.I. a.T1r |'Jpjl..

I SaleBY Nnnny Jacob, Sylvo. Adam *. in'Eat: Florida, fur ib* re.ort <>f inwul;'.. durin! I .ill sail r..n.lI a.CSMs .J."q..arl a t

Chloe Joe Amelia, Toby | Cotton, tin winter .,*.n. T. such .prnxm h" ..0" ,* .r- Ge. .....1"....1., It St.."....
: ,virtue of a,writ of fieri (facia,issued out.ofthe. Dick; Also all the mule, horses at the c.m.nOf'aUulI"! -hupes will UI.UU"'IIUJJU.2I.
Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit oft flats, cart waggons, and pl $ on pnre \C..h'. J..i.,6.
1 able, and ns .lirul adrice, of ilia highest ii.... '
fri Florida for the county of Duval, I will expose to ing to snid plantation; Al.a tr : aol can be commiindrd! in the tuwn, they mayiirnuiihe rrb n.rtJ. run fce> .."... Mt Si .hr"'i.._,

public sale In front of the Court House in the city taming about 10 acres ot St. | nnwt careful nlt..nli..n. .limli.. I.. 11. .: CAlIlt" & UJ.. Atr.*'

Jacksonville, in the said county on, the first improvements thereon; Also a Iron 1 .A. i..". (rum th. North have icrn.imialy! dtiaveil .> July If. |R43.. _. 5Aduslalsgrzstor's

.1' Monday of January A. D., 1847, between the Iigui RiddyV Point, with the ) cull l their roniing, under the! im..r..inn.. i tI..III.! %- .-'lee.-

hour of sale cm tluit day, the following properiy'vizr Also a tract of Land called,Camp hUll," "M* filled. lb. s ibcril.er l.k.# ihU i.|.|H.rtunity .MONTHS .n. r ,be.. i .Itallt" sisaL

One iron :rry ht'r", one bay ponrjr,sonuj ,ih. St. Johns' River with die tu H'fiirt nucli) in futuie, that, in lluil r..f.he Six"n. J"..,, T. 0X.4fl.Jsdgr,.( |'..4si "
stuck cattle, number not known; one ox. one four Also tract nf Land
on; a .
i cm always piovidcthHmirinpiirofily wiihrfHnfurtabltf tin' .HW't *.r Va"".. f..r a. 'hi'vIarriIrrsI.ra.e -.4,.
wheeled carriage, one ,flat ono boat, one pair old situated on the East side .
I nries. .
.ccuAlmull tion. in th Itiwu. ;.1. ,
his r..U..t : ''' a. j is: $.IiIPIJi.
cart wheels, one library ot books, six largo and The slaves will 1 be sold in families <
S tables hedtead dress and ,( ) I ) fitted 1 oLivciivoon.: ....llC"r aruiI saii.i..I: Chr ..a1''!.I.,..t...
small pine five one Terms of sale one hnlf cttth I ICnnff'yance up" :
| Jnrksiuiville. Dr. 1.0, IB-i=. ly ..... SI I'JU ':. UU\IDJf.
: cherry,table one bed and crib ten mattrasses, oue of the property, nnd n. #
-\.1.".;..." .,., ...iJ r..
featherbed, bedding pillow*, and bolster, two with two jond and sufficient IfllClJ n well||
ziuitiiu Orirotfje Nn umi C.. irt I r.-. 1NI
small mahogany tablet, one saddle one sofa,,t wen* proved by the Coui t nf Probate or.4'r' ,..
*M el"'h.j.tI*"*, f-lih, I34G \ 'iAdmInIMrntor's
ty chVirs tWit mantle! gaes.! shades, candlesticks of'payable 12'month* after fale Watchmaker mid .lcvlIcr.Xu. .
j and 'lamps andirons shovel aud tongs carpet arnl.rug. K. B. GIBBS. > 5 .MAISSTIinCT.MTlfullv IVefJON

: two maps, ,crockery, knives and forks and B. A. PUTNAM { R'. inform tin riiiz iu : thr ii..t .liI, ..| JIIihImI*!. 1347.1 .iII,

t.;:' glassware, one goo,one bureau,one tab!'anti pinp November 6. 1846.Administrator's. a\va S 4 U. .rk.\"illr..:.ns1 i'"'Yirtiiilt.thnthuii .>..| i.. i|. Iii'.. (:.il ..| I',... "iLC.Nflus

cupboard fuur wash stands, two watches, eight p hi h'sm rrin.at.41:. I.. she i* iiii* ) Jf.\1..1,,......, HindtiIrnir.!. iiU'J ]

'. large and twelve small silver spouns. twn looking m..li".I iv ar.ljuiiiiio* the ...J. rrt anre' HIT ..rr.e'.n'a..1 'u. .. ..u..e.i'ter

glasses, and kitchen (furniture Also one lot in the fourth ,Monday i in ; Prom, :.olly 'wr-"I. .nl. ns lht printingtiiexerut "(11w.Esilatra iii J..n. s )I..D.-asuisa.I I
Jacksonville, being lot number tot r, corner. of ON will xposa for sale at .I uilJn nf s'lTwi'eiIshs"FhserIh- ,. Snteimarn"niiii ill iu'w f'- J $... .. .... .... .4 .iell.' ..!.;..'ii

Fonrjrth and Liberty streets, adjoining Mr. John door at Ailieator all that piece or :'la''r. i.at..sl <'. with 1..mJ'I lu.I..U. nidrr (.. iIar "... lien,. .,'I.I! h. Sah (.,.. k.1i..I.a. p Iii

: '\!..'Pnns lot containing on.quarter of Rn. ..ofground. itnaled niul lying in the <*.. arid I 11",0.1 "ih, hpHlNivi* line.' fresm ILe' .\jahJiariin,,.4.u4 :

Taken in execution and will be old an known anSI de. ignated as Lot six Injunc I' Mr.) Grulhe' ....1.1..1." _IIY. luau' !I. 'hn* defrtluruaHriH JOSEPH J. KNwHr1.lmi.i. *.

the:property.Cdle late John. f.. Domett deceased tional section one Township on., inilsa-si I Ki4" nU..' ...".' in.fiat .r.. rswhwiin I N&.tllltt""ilr. J..... 21. UUG. 6.,

in the hand of Maria Dogeetf Executrix &c.. at (12)containing 93 ncrf" Said lym 'wiirk. lli si* I.rtt".s. He rrntl'rs. I.i. AcIHllnlslrator' Ne1leeeSIX

.. the suit Charles Browurd and William Euhanks, prof Probato Court of said county | : to thnnks |n tin nvtuy lr\vit\ .\* wh lmv given lum MONTHS afsrr.Ii..l shrill
Executors of Steplten J. Eubanks, deceased ; and of the heirs anti creditors of thn their nash 1 thai |a.. rxerti hru ptftflIJ
M.'VUII .pntrufiace, tints n $ ...n'. anti vixirh-M, .* atlmiaitlitl'f MJt
CMU i in suit of Ulysses B. Brewster,against Palmer Robertson, late of snid county after. willM| ntuli.. In merit h. .h' r.III..al .i. .{:tMfiriiMia. late H. IMMM. **

and Dogett. THOS., LEDWITH SherifIr Columbia County.JAS. ,R.C. F., O Eddy, Frmn tin*;' \\ntci\x\ in hi* I........ IM far. meanly, ..% ui.ts.. IH> II...*. Jndt'< "

.-'' W. CIUCHTOS: D. S. _. Andrew_ himlf n nijH-irnt I.. give ii.ti.fe.cii.'nuna.1 I.i. fur ft.M rtMiiiiy, far '. ,fim. ..I""I II.w"
A. -
_? By charges will 'rnodfirbte and n. rsiisibh' ... b'4hisuvsi.'s.m
.': re ith lan, hall a l IM> ..mr t>i.al.Jt1'
) Dee. 4,1846. NOTICE : "the, ..*e "f thf North.N. c a.uris ailminsiat.ii, sfchlP"'liii.

-: I ; .. Sheriff's Sale. ALL persons indebted to the ,L. .. B. ClorkunnH. U'trlieii reNiirnlin| ill she! b. 'D.'rn..1 in ..hi Js4are. .r...

of the Estate: sail'.n N intnner'aiMl at ihe ..trt.r notire. lH..ic.Jta; : It. utiuiu1'o
>irtue of a writ of fi. (.., issued out of the
I -- BY Court of the Eastern Circuit of Flor. nard Jr., deceased), whether i l Circuit Jack.sa.nvilft'Dec. 26. 1845. (Jet, '6.18.6'.n..irIM.

or open account,are hereby : : tint .- .- .f.
I'lai for the count) ot Duval I will expose to pub- her duty as such Adminittratrix in, S FORWARD & ALDRICH -I- AdHiIlstr1n fteUCC'. E

-, 'iic'II8Je. in front >.f the Court House in the town indUcriminately nil such note, Circuit* N"'ice-. Iie'trb., ci,..,, ru-dir.,. fJ1e
said the firu ATTORNEYS AND. COUNS'ELLOILS AT LAW.. .. &wPMatthew
of J Jacksonville County,on Monday hall bo found remaining in her lilU l iiMli.uil4iti.4t. sLe
between the hours of muium orViII practice the. vrral C..m* nf Luw .
.te in January next, legal the lit March next ensuing. "a.id 11i'"lleo m I ',. male slave I called ( i and in thn Kafern Circuit if Kloridn.Vu. .. .
.. onthatday l a certain negro HENRIETTA Equity may Ia." city rUim* .lrnu.phs p'5W'Iaisnoi I

t I ft JOHN; taken in execution as the property of Admin ltrotriJt E.thte Van \ A. F.lnTA D. St. Aii:ii.tinr. sir IiiiervM iu'SMII! )>bi*>, slat taVPel '

: fteGriham, to satisfy execution, in' favor of Louis ALDKICH, N"wlI..n.\"iII.. Mil". r. P1.hl.i..I. .. .._.ird.. wih.iuiiLe's'tJ4

'W ;:1J.- n... Jackunnvilh. .D'ember Barnnrd lltb, :
THOS. LEDWITH. SheritrD. C. Andrew- 1' LIVINGSTON & DOWNING, .**.. ,ban;. claim ansi IJMUIIM|. s i 't1.

"-Jacksonville.----- Nov.'13th.. 1846. To All Whom it May : ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOB3 AT LAW. .:...., lisp rt tiMtr l ... |Mr..t llwsn ... X!
S Mr)....,. .ifMari.el C,, .$554..1 hemaiC! hi'fAhsrb..as
is. !hereby given that I she tO": Will 'Ico in she *<'verul C.iurvr ..r LIM "

: TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.' NOTICE ,' "' of the Ea t same' and Equity..in ih Eastern Circuit if Flurulrf.R. countY" .. n.b"'J.
; BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,, I East quarter of section twelve in $, G. LiriKGSToir, Ne rnansiHe. .FRANCES IIINPuT'It.

,shall expose.fur sale,before the Court House of range eighteen. South and East Margin" C. 'V 'Down 1210, F rt King. ,\". .

i dtor, ID,beCt1 Jacksonville, county of Duval. Charles'Thorn pon,.dated 31st appear H4t 4ih. 1346 Cm p--v

'i ntho2n4 Monday in April next. The following and at the expiration of six weeks Iteo JAMES W. BRYANT, S NOTICE.'Y. -. ---

property, or somuch thereof a. will pay the State J shall apply to the } i.f this ATTORNEY .ND. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, basing sirn.a uL.1 .p

.,Tax .for 1845, and State and County Tax- fur the Land Office,' to have thn purchase '!! ." S Jacksonville Fla. .t .peron of John Brown. UM ri"

vear 1846 10.000 acres ef land on and about said Tract by Charles Thompson Nn will 'rewlfillirntiratrtl ikm .:J.
: <'tNii rtHiMr.. pta-'
\ Trout.Creek, known as the Sibbald Tract; 1,601
: theland being wlthin I he limits of a copy enJ .
AUGUSTUS GiLLETT within the time,
T C lejenl
1 \acre*0-0 Dunn's Creek.belonging to the heirs of Do- Grant. JOHN J. of this '
.iI jJiI'I1'
ais'ia.lebsnIwihe .
..mingo Fernandez 282 acres on tbo St. Johns : ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELLOR AT "id. *ta. ,
Newnansville! December 11 lb, 1 | piintinl 'LAWs
S S tmmrdiatv .. tu"JOHN t. .
called St. owned pavn #
Jive at a place Jo.erh..aDd a wevk ,Jacksonville, Fla. A. CAVF.DO. EsfiIII'
:: Citato of Water Smith. 282 on' the !
? : > bf the : acre NOTICE.. ti
o' Si." Johns River, called St. Joseph, and owntd WEEKS after .date' I ,.. 'In.',Clt: alt COUrtt: ': I rerniiniflnanIy. 184C. .,

t .,-- ; .,bf"Jam Singleton; and adjoining the lost abovementioned SIX 'the Judgq,oI'rnbotefor hereby OF Tilt'EASTERN CI RCUIT OF FLORIDA 'A..hlls" l..
:.' { Tract; 11,50 acres.situated. on Sam for Letters of Administration on ; Order V.A ALACUUA iSl LIYT'COOHTtKS. SIX,MONTHS after dale, "

%pie Swamp, near Nassau River, owner not known.. Margarita'Rosy, late of ", on to UM |lunoraUk. .,. .
: v: < '' : THOSiXEDWITH. Sheriff. D. a JOSEPH CoLa, RtcHARDi & Co.A"iirfjH*.' In auach- .IM CiHiiiiy'of Na sanr fur a nI tI r

;.- r I.: By A. W.CRICHTON, Sheriff. S Fernantiina.Decemer1ttb, I inent. Sum sworn tn.' allowance of my,acsnttnl ash I ,oo.tII .
,: J'>tf ;' Jacksonville.: Oekt. 1846. .- \ of said DitTia &flJ'.II": .00".. J ti.21. 1001LDtunagr''. i.lnii ;r .n '>"I-'p.r\VUIw' C.oi..ha.
.JOOO. "
-t': S DO. tif Vaid ctMimj.'di rra> itand f*f a.

::\. .::. jLevy. CoHHty Sheriff's :Sale DEN give THE abovi name l defVmlantand 'all other (rita my Adminiirntt vn sarh"! '11Ii
# VrILLbe oldon the first Monday January 1ST ;located .. intereiktetl. are rwSy ootifietl (f tli WILUAMNov.13I8I \VJN "! "

'. ':(,',VV next (1847,) between ihe bout of 10& sonville in the practice( D ipihuiiin of lh. alWwp nmed suit by attarfawnt, S :. 6m =

: 2'Aockoiithit day,the South West Quarter; of 'otherbusiness'',interests>ln.the ., : 'nnel''flQIr". "n appear and pleail lo th<*.Dtvlnra. 'AdmiItraler's-r. "t"rffflcrrdha

; ; "the Southwest .Quart..r Section 7, Townhip make it his permanent winter Jail, a' lion. EM In wild caue' at the at xt'Term / .lel'|' -iribut" 54
U the West Quarter of tW"North ,. feet C In defniilt'whereof be u. 'f
i 16Rnk.:19: and North 'ally visiting some.other placet,in ; Judgmeot. will prayed: .:eiata.t WillillliiI"t
"' 5.' i ,We t Quarter of Section 18! Township( ISKange this way securing tcr"ibe, i slipliily as p.r want. uf a plhi. M Nt.ucssnty' ,. FJoridJIt

:: .; 19, Soyth aad East conUiningBO,s, or advantagesofa permanent' l ;. R. G. LIVINGSTON.. berrlty rilejl lihd iMlwiMiUhea t, Vl .1C

;.' ,<; :': f'H. maeli a* will satiiff the' taxec due'On the aino ,All 'operations i Dentistry, : I :,' "arrest.,: Att'y for rJaintKewMnsvillf -.. &ainsl. twr.th.. 'Hable, "_,JJ's-t.

::; "- (''ihe present year,(1846,)with, all costs and*xteae : of the ., Otober Othr 1846. 3nt l Ot'J
warrantedv basic of"N. at abe
f .5 *M" c*>uair. .
i. I "| $ accruing .for adverthing the same. The Teeth set from: a/single one.to neI.is' Md atri OMtt flout. a.Mw n ,

:. : .; a *'"H"v "BumadlaMls 'S arVcituoted 1 in Levy.County:on: ?'lov.27. '46. ; pay HE Admiaistrater's credhoridistrilmttea and IVefice.ittWr la.'" Km Mo a.y. in'AprH, 18 17.,awl" *
Whilacooeae sliort datsince above ,
;"). \ e.a. the'wpUr ; T
"J1 cd Sn;the ,Ita.y iVjr) why, J, ,
't- awy
tif S.muurIRI
tate kiss
vkn; wiipTftce called! Fort Clinch, and o .s : from "ati l fortjier aHnvi l ira ti .
; cr1iTrned bfisrne..Lynch. and bounded;by D S, t .S Nassau I.county,'Florida;dee.asedaru berebj-cited :
.. .5 p'1. ?. ; TT1HE Subscriber I c nlf11ae "tJ and admonls Nl mbe_'and at. and ., Wi&m M Cirfley.,/f.' ,-'e'1)tci1gaHbe .
Ir appear .befwraitb .
.. '! JL. thprtne'st the crvp, hat : tIw"S.be idiCsNit
Xke above 'lands will bo,soft; < < Hon. the JodXd orplOha..oI N..oetHI. JI1 :
s.dadjolIag,. at. :receive orderstoginnIig! oottoo : ,E.IAL UI''bebL -
tl CJart Hooe of Levy eouatr. "._ '[E.Danil's.l at a Court-of Probate' in U held aV ih* Court '
priced r tHit I charge U[be one \.1M sr. .I.J"f
: t. :1M "*W.,:D. AND&EWS, Sheriff I..IRJnt Hou**, In said county,' on'tbeV Srsi ,Monday -
poundt ,Mej r*. Fernandez &B :
'Janttary1847 and shew Uyr i Jh)2'JC&
; : .fT CoNeorTJfLovjcuuniy. & e.une.ifany tbey ,
S .= .. ober,23- .'111 all count) coolfixd t6hlm:, at 3s : ,'Iio why:{, .hoold. aiit'te. di.obasgrdr.os aU further r IX. W .fIII' .w. ..

,. pi'- ': I .' cbtrje.:andiii.wltt.;be returned' l terms,- '*nrfftfotratfen of"iho Ertart orfiaid.Sareurll. '1.8 .J' ..-';. "'La\I_; .- ".
lo. without tho .
'1'gt"' B.' :PIJ1IKQ. TT plaee ,.allGited'1 expense to : : : e;' or o( .H,in pttrsttaaee nf an afpKeallua then md'sbc'wbemat1.bymeM.C i .'J141esaJ4pI4 .

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