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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: January 1, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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office of the 'Commanding General l, one .!(aVJJ Department. ,-for issuing-permits under the actor .
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wiSWl General), including clerks'that were to'' the civil engineer, draughtsman, sand five hundred dollars.V '

jr*. attached to the purchasing{/d artment, clerks,.and messenger in his office, ten For compensation of 'the Commissioners -, V V

r. ro- eleven thousand five hundred dollars. thousand four hundred dollars. : of Public Buildings in 'Washington V ...

For compensation of,clerks and messenger For compensation,of the.chief of the city, two thousand dollars. \ :; .:. .

: in the office of the Paymaster Bureau of Construction, Equipment For compensation to four assistants, ,

" the General, ,nine thousand -one hundred and Repair, rind; to the assistant.'con, draw-keeper at the Potomac bridge,jh-, V :, .

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) dred dollars. V For compensation of the chief of the I For salaries of the director, tresirr "-.. '":

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of the Chief Engineer, five .thousand and to .the draughtsman-, clerks, 'and ver, assay, assistant assay er,.aadj ur .'\

T one hundred and fifty dollars: messenger in his office, eight thousand. clerks, nineteen thousand two haadred -: .
For compensation of the clerk1 i in the .four hundred dollars. dollars. VV' .

office of the Surgeon General. e thou For: 'compensation of the chief of the For .wages of workmen V V twestyieur V '- :;' ,

I'a !! : sand dollars. '. Bureau of Provisions and Clothing] andto thousand. "dollars., t. IE,. V V ..

hi ; For compensation of clerks) in the.office the clerks and messenger in hi.office For iacidental and contingent expenses ;

) ;* of the Colonel of Ordnaice, eight 'eight thousand,three hundred dol ,including! fuel, .mat rizijsasdata.V; V

1.I : I hun thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. lars.' -V tionery, repairs, water reqtandw. !.' V

.. 1 For compensation of the clerk' :in the For compensation of the.chief of the tage, eight hundred ,dollars. '-, '. V ? ... ,'. '. ,
3 bureau of Bpreau of For specimens of ores and .V .
: Topographical Engineers, :Medicineand 'Surgery, andto < .i -to.Je' :-
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; Contingencies ,ol the War Department,: .messenger in: 'his:office; six thousandsix ,. ... : : VV.:4: :

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I of said Department, 'aril the various and all the bu e connected er, coiner?and.,clerk, six tbooflaad: dol- ._... .. .:.. Vl
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aa offices' and :bureaus Connected* therewith, viz: :' l J'ars. _, ..i :., 'V ::" ::.

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,ln the office of .the Secretary! 'of printing, .and.labor, four:: :thousand ''one sand five hundred dollars, .? V, ff, .-'" Io

: War=:., / I / hundred.and fordol1 rs. .. Wastageofgol&andt'orceaagent V TV ; V

l ; *. For blo.nkbooks.binding, stationary, For miscellaneous items, one/thou' xp rIses, one thousand. Ji veiuadIcd.V. .... .V.. .: .
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labor. and printing. one thousand 'two :V sand six hundred and:sixty dollars. dollar*. V '. V t*'..,.r.,<... :;c".c.. '.....".,.L.2"*. '.' >.,:;

i i. 'hundred dollars. VV ': For'compensation "superintendent ,Pahloaega, Georgia,:Tki .j :r.-,: l' "

) r1" '"For books, maps:, and 'p'ns, .one. and three ;watchmen'of:the southwest .For: salaries. of ,rbq sayeijntciidantr V V :' \ -i':; '

0I and. thousand dollars.'V' executive"'building,'one thousand:: three assayer, coiner, and derkrstx tkemaddollars. .": :' .;."...<.
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: lu '. 'and-fifty.dollars.' { V For, the :contingent:expenses of th& For. ,wage* of. warnentkee: thou.V. V V ::. ,; : .

: In the office of''the Commissioner of 'said building, viz : sand six,hundred. dettars.' '.. .... V :'. .5. -\

Pensions; V :. .For labor, fuel l, and. light one theo. \For: .incWeatal and eontingmt expeB- V V V V':.(

1 For stationery! ,blank 1 books,'finding,: : sand;;six"hundred;and:seventy.five del. .includiogfael'material*,BC .

t :* 1 1 printing.blank forms and. regulations. arslV.: .oJ T': .repairs,. ao4_ wastage tJ 'thr >:/,itdolkrs. .'_" 1,.. cL: .'' V

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I \'i' secretary*" I It the sum of one thousand,seven .hundred' ?the printmg' charts, the pay. fourrikiclu'ding ofSco Work, in Addition objects as, I.t.e: bkS'
,: : ". ,: dred.dollars... : and tho to thebalance:, of *tHe appropriation of included '
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three hundred and fifty dollars. and by' Isaac!AYinailowVand l : the J... ,aatiorTij or. ... .
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I : : i .For compensation and mileage.,of the ton, the sum of one' thousand and nineteen dollars. .. forty object>,> two thousand fix and provide ,for ,ctrlll.'
> ineinbers of the L islassemb1YI dollars' and. fifty four:.cents and, by .For,paying the principal i -and interest dollars.' pensesof the departmf ,
4 I :: .pziyo1oflicers: and'attendants, ,,printing; 'Alexander Soltan, of New York, the of the fourth. and \fifth f ; instalments, ) of For surveying that part of Arkansas COM of fie Gov ernraent,, ltt.""
' 1 '. fuel] and, other incidental sum of eight hundrtd and eighty five the 'Mexican indemnities due in April where, in consequence of local attraction purposes," and also. thcfelerlel
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> ,stationary contingent, thirteen.. ou.. dollars and ninety six cents, which said and July, in'the year eighteen hundred. ,- the ordinary compass cannot be zed to 'be ,employed in
1 \ hundred expenses dollars.J duties were levied and:collected ,contrary ,and, forty'four,the sun\of three hundred used,:at n:.rate not xcet'dingeight.:: First Comptroller of tb th'e'ef'i
/ ; sand. *seven. to,the. treaty,,stipulations, existing, nnd twenty thousand dollars) :.Provided, lafs, per mile, four thousand eight. hun the act Jttne'.eyenteentlt r.... -.L
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::.';, .' between, Portugal .this Government: the claiwants.cach, for:. himself, ,. ,shall dred- dollars.. sand eight ,hundred and ron1 lie
: ; For salaries of governor' three judg1s Provided, however, That. the Secretaryof relinquish to the United States his right For'surveys at augmented rates: in titled, An net making r 8t, ...
j- ; (and secretary, nine thousand'one the Treasury shall not pay said sums to said: instalments : Provided, further, Louisiana, three ,thousand seven bun for the civil and ipJomata app iM"

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? For contingent expenses of saidTerritory : and Son, and Soltan, unless.be; satisfied in,' payment ,the scrip of a. stock, S For sinveysjn: the Greensburg district ending the thirtieth, of June/oJ IMQJ'Il: :

three'hundred and fifty 'dollars. ,they are rightfully, entitled'thereto.. .bearing.intereit: at five per cent, payable ,Louisiana now in' the course of sand eight hundred ,and forty
1'S For compensation and,mileage of the For annual repairs of the Capitol, in five years. execution, in ,,addition to ,former appropriations for other purposes ;" and als,6'f,1I4
:
members of the Legislative Assemblyof James 13uch\lnnn late thousand four hundred in the office t5 dett
lamplighters, oil .for lamps, wicks, and 'Forre'f'unling to twenty .of the SecondAud
of'said Territory, pay of officers and attendants : her Britannic' Consul at the dollars. thonzed ,, it-
repairs of lamps and lamp posts, attendance Majesty's by the same act Pre
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.. printing, stationary, fuel- nnd' on: furnaees pf the crypt, attendance city ofNcw': 'York,, moneys! disbursed For retracing old lines in, the district That nothing in this section '
: other: incidental and contingent expenses of on water closets, cleaning the. ro- by' him, and for compensating. him for west of. Pearl river, to supply: ,deficiencies construed, to authorize the "

: including arrearages Assemblhe'of expenses tundo and .crypt, brushes and brooms, services performed in respect .to. the now existing in ,those surveys at of any. clerks in the statistical brS5
? precious sessions of said audited laborers and cartage on Capitol grounds, ,slaver Catharine, .condemned. sold five dollars and, seven dollars. per mile, tim I'reasury- Department.,
be
.- Accounts for.which shall first .touls, 'wire, twine, leather, nails, stakes, at the SUit' of the United States; the in addition to balance of appropriationsfor Sec. 4. And l te it further

. o and IllJoVcd.by the proper fourteen accounting'thousand manure:: and straw for grounds, trees, sum of t\vo thousand one hundred and same object, of the third March, 'rliat the Surveyor General t .n.r.h
officers of Treasury dollars. attendance .at tho western gates of the forty four dollars nnd seventy five.cents. eighteen hundred and forty three, eighteen j he i Ohio, under the dlrectlOQ or
4 and fifty Capitol, repairs of public stables, flagging For reducing and preparing fur publication thousand one hundred and thirteen President, be, nnd hereby j&, or t -

salaries Judiciary.of the chief justice of the and enclosures. keeping, in order under_ resolution of the, Senate dollars.Intercourse. to cause to be surveyed, 'mirk r
For and the associate iron pipes'that convey the water to the plans and drawings?;, made by, the with Foreign Jr.atio designated, so much of theline{ -.l
Supreme ,Court, thousand eight dollars. Capitol and:public offices$, and garden. officers, of? the Topographical Bureau, ,for salaries: of ministers, to Gjeat; !Michigan and Wisconsin as bet'trQ JW

judges,salaries forty one ofthc district judges, fifty er's salary, nine thousand nine hundred for the improvement of harbors, ,rivers .Britain, France,.Russia, Prussia, ripaiu, i tween the source of the Brule he-
: For hundred dollars.. and fourteen dollars.! i &c,, four thousand] nine 'hundred aud Mexico and Brazil, sixty three thousand I I i the source Montreal rivera S

r L-' ..'._ For six thousand salaries of seven the chief justice of the For constructing seWn furnaces.ior eighty, .eight| ,dollars. dollars. |I II r by the -act to enable the people ofWk

V ;'- District 'of Columbia, the associate warming and drying the lower story, i Patent Office. For salaries of secretaries of I legation j j, cuiisin Territory to form a eODstitQt
: halls nnd of the north. wingof For the iurchase of such scientific to the : and _
:, judges, the judges of the criminal andorphan's passages same place, fourteen thousand ; State government, and fortieS
,
I the. three thousand nine works hrc for the ofthe dollars. ;
Capitol, as necessary use mission of such state into
; of said district, eleven the Un "
ji courts hundred and dollars. Patent Office twelve hundred and For outfit of and _;
thousand hundred dollars. ten a minister! to Great Britain I. the erpensc of such '
I I ;. For salaries seven of the Attorney,General, For constructing six:water closets for fifty 'dollars, ; to be paid for out of the ,nine thousand dollars. t be paid upon the certificate survey of theiSsurveyor ibsit
the Senate and two for the Supreme fuid. For salaries of des affaires
.-", and clerk and messengerin his office, patent charges j general out ofanymoneiii
_.I five thousand five hundred dollars.]) Court, on the.same floors, respectively, LightHouse Establishment.For to Portugal, Austria, Denmark, Sweden the, Treasury not otherwise

; i.- -contingent expenses of the officer three thousand four hundred and sixty supplying light houses, contain ,I Holland, Belgium, Chili, Peru, Jed, not exceeding one thousand approp dot a.

p Attorney General, five hundred dol eight dollars. a, ing two thousand, five hundred and seventy Now. Grenada. Venezuela, Naples, Sar- !lttk>.
. For, enlarging the law library, constructing seven lamps, with oils, tube glasses din"in; and 0., JJuenos Ayrcs, fifty eight J Sec. 5. And be it further enactJ

' lus.For salary of the v reporter of the decisions a new stairway, and other buff fckins, whiting and cotton cloth, thousand five hundred dollars. That] the fourth! ;:;cctiou or the act ,
: L of the Supreme Court, thirteen work and the materials therefor according cxpensesjof trasportation, and for l keep For salary of a minister resident to I lieil :*An sir i makingapproprnlboffor hti-
,hundred dollars. to the plan of John Starving dated j ing the l Irrhting apparatus in repai\ one Turkey, ,six thousand, .dollars. the civil) id diplomatic exp.ensesof

.t t For compensation of the district attorneys July twentieth, eighteen hundred and hundred r and twelve thousand eight For salary of a dragoman to the legation f (t ClUml"J.t f for the year ending tictinaicili tie

including those in the several forty six, two thousand four hundred' I hundred.t.ind eighty three dollars and I to Turkey, two thousand live lit&* June, eighteen hUl1dtttlltd

t Territories, being two J Hundred dollars and twelve dollars. sixty ,four cents. hundred dollars. i luriy six, alit' fo.- other purposes"p ,,.
: .each, as prescribed by law, seven thousand To replace the oil intended for the,use For: incidental expenses, refitting Tor the! salary of a commissioner '0.I vcl t.Jrvl: Jiiiuch,
; t dollars. of the government, which was destroyed ,riairs i provcmellts of light nou reside in China, live thousand itolbr( : : I forty live, bc-r ujd the same ,is !'hcrtlr
For compensation of the marshals, by the recent fire at Nantucket, I ses all connected therewith, Provided, No part of this sum,shall.he! ; repealed. ,
including, those in the several Territories fourteen thousand dollars. sixty seen seventy seven clolinicty )- paid,unless,the said commissioner ac- j I JOHNV.. DAVIS
ti prescribed by law, six thousand For annual repairs of President's I .I lars arid:! nine cents. ', tually resides in China. I r. xj* )c ilcr I; of t ilia House of flcpiese.tivt' ,
two hundred dollars.. House, gardener's salary, laborers and For. si laries of two hundred am! thir- | For the salary of a secretary nd :i:. .. S < ;. M. DALLAS &*I
1 S For.defraying the expenses of the cartage, tools, wire, twine, .. leather. ty six I hepcrs. ''and sixteen assistant Chinese interpreter, two thousand ,'c :i Vice Prcsuient of the U. States,

?i Supreme, Circuit, and Disrict Courts nails, stakes, manure, band straw, for I keepers \ light, .houses! (seventeen ufkrgeil hundred dollars. | id President of the Senate.

' of the United States, including the garden and, plants! ,.trees for President's them ch with double and two j For contingent expenses of all the 4 :'J JAMES K. POLK.Approctl ..
grounds, Fountain Square, Lafayette with trip e, lights) one hundred thousand missions abroad
.j District of Columbia ; also for jurors \ thirty thousand Ijl-i i" August ::10, 1&46I .
t :and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising Square, und Pennsylvania 'avenue, 'repairs iive1hundr'cd. and eighty eurht:, dollars l lars. |.I :' !--"' .- __ .
'. ,t from fines, penalties, and forfeitures, of fence Fountain, Square, Lafayette and thirty fI ree. cents. For contingent expenses of foreign: j .I ;: .\ ;.l-,:. ', ] Thy, : r.;' ,rr:
Square, and President's garden, For salaries of thirty keepers of floating : .j 1' ii':4..I'J: kLa TV.ituua S" .
intercourse
incurred in the fiscal year, ending on : thirty thousand dollars. .. .1
the-thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and three thousand two hundred and seventy lights, sixteen,.thousand donuts.L' ) For salary! of the consul at London, {i j .: ,\( ;\-:\:; -,::If......; J..,1347.,
fr six and and likewise ) seven dollars. or sc4nen's! wages, repairs, and i\\"<> thousand, dollars. .
t forty previous years; ;f supplies I"I ::-=. --=-:: -: = -::;....;:;:....__
for defraying the expenses of suits For replacing! platforms on the dome.; of thirty} floating Tigits! eighty one For clerk I : hire, olllce rent, and! oier. -' "' -..'....... ...t....",- ,. -
s in .which ,the United, States arc concerned and repairing balusters, (including materials thousand 'seven hundred mid, .eleven expenses of the office or t'jc' consul! at !' "Iot -f"'_".."7--:...., t.I'oo-. :-.1t" rr.- 0
and work,) repairing hatchway, dollars and sixty two cents.. s .J.....Mf, J"' '\:', ,, '
Lnsdou! ;
' and for<<;, prosecuonsforpfFences I I ; t\o t!.oi and, ciht. hundred .., t1w"'
! committed against the United States, [ door, and frame, (including l steps .and For weighing mooring: cleaainjr! repairing dollars. t. ip
: and for the safekeeping of prisoners, i 4 nlasterinff OJ in dome.*)*) furnishincr. and re- I and supplying-the io>3 of bea- j For 'compensation:- t 'of ?c0inniistor'- ; er' Ito .:,.:.:;:r..:. ., .._ .- _'". __ __T
.
'; 3. four hundred and. thirty nine thousand pairing steps, .J ladders, and platforms on j cons, buoys, dining arid ,sinkers, twenty I the S'anUwieii:: Islam! ,' three thousand [gVc: arc requested' onnoouca
the different roofs two double sit thousand four hundred .
dollars. furnishing .and thirty t dollars. ,, ,' iluu: the exercises of Mi. DOGCITT'Swill
For additional at eight window frames and sash (including : ,one ,dollar and sixty nine cents. For I I -
compensation interpreter rind '
f } ?, giwrds, other 'S H! n4ry, be res 'meI HJnnunrv
hundred dollars each, to the ,district painting nnd glazing) ,in open courts, For procuring, ]locating, and! mooring expenses ('rUic eutitl.Ies.it' CUIISI ::",- ,: on -I.
iSt7.c
t,. judges of, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana white washing walls in the,open courts, b'ipys' at such places ns the Secretary i I tinople,, \ inyrjtfj, anil AutfanJriu_ ,.iiJtveii :i *J :.!-r, --- .'
Mississippi, 'and Alabama, under containing about, twenty five hundred of. the Treasury may designate, and I hundred dullard. j i iii: ibetho- -
the provisions of the first section of the square yards, four hundred and ninety wIcrehe shall deem them to be 'necessary For payment: in full to Benjamin; EI I: / indalgrnceoT
I. 'act of seventeenth June, eighteen hundred dollars nnd seventy five cents. for the safety of navigation i :; five Greene lor' ,servicesvhile. employed ,i los j, our readcsths.. iveek'for ,the absentedour -
; : forty four, four _thousand, dollars. .' And for the removal of the buildingover thousand,doBurs. Mexico, us.charge d'ufiaircjthree} I upunl varictyofeditorhl matteranig
Ii: the statue Washington, and erecting For expenses rebuilding the Cape thousand dollars. II J l"neri! news. A s vc'are compelled U
.; .Izsce1larzeous.L an iron fence around the same, Florida Florfda For the relief
lighthouse. thirteen: !
: :. and protection of All1crr ; publish cnch law entire, this: with the!
For payment of annuities and grants one thousand dollars. thousand dollars. r jean penmen in foreign countries. seventy -!
:E by special 'acts of Congress, seven hundred Fbr repairs; of .Congressional burial For expenses o5 rebuilding i Martini- I i five thousand d nars. i br-e. amount of-- ot.her advcrtisemeuU.

: '" .. and fifty dollars. ground, rendered necessary by the I cus Hock lighthouse, Maine] eleven For! carrying into effect the acts. for 1 i rtJ&ln'l our editorial sphere propel'to.menhat
I i .; a For salaries of two keepers of the freshet, five hundred dollars., thousand dollars. the suppression of the slave trade, including : $(. narrow limits, and we irsforcrd

t Ii. -public archives in Florida, one thousand For repairs'of the road leading from For the maintenance of the ]light on .the support of rc-capurcti; Africans I to put a ,bridle upon our season
S dollars. the Capitol square,to the Congressionalburial the Delaware breakwatcr and their removal
; I including to their cottu-.I aucf f "
1ii .It's'an
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wind that
;I For arrearages prior to first of July, : ground, ,rendered necessary by four hundred, dollars for the salary of try, twenty five thousand dollars., pen. .
n eighteen and fifteen, payable' ; tho late heavy rains, to be expended by keeper,;eight hundred dollars. For completing the maps, specifications !f no one !any good ;"-and while oar, !**

*r through the Third Auditor's office, in : commissioner ,of Public Buildings, For expenses incurred.l by superinten and astronomical compulations ', ilcro are neglected for the',week, tiejxviil
A J addition one thousand,two hundred. one, thousand five hundred. dollars. f dents in visiting their light-houses un- of the line of boundary between tue rejoice with us at this evideneithc of

..1.t dollars appropriated this session'for the :. And the sum of two hundred dollars, nually, and examining and reporting United States and the British : I prosperity
I.I I. same' object two thousand eight hundred being ,a portion of the unexpended balance the, condition of each, two thousand} ces,. heretofore run and .established'ro\.iu-I, or ofourjournakc.urr ,,"

dollars. of an appropriation done hundred dollars.* run and marked by the joint commit; J j .' WIGIIT.WAN.-lt: is'with deep

Ib. For ,expenses relation to bans, fO'ur... thousand dollars, made on the twenty For s.iperintendenU' commissions! at sioners, under the treaty of \Ynhiu I ;> ;::f regret, thatVc record the deathoo-M
1 'thousand dollars. sev.enth'of.Apri, eighteen 'hundred,'and two. and a. half.per ,centum, ten thousand ton, tw nty thousand dollars, and' iou -
,
I r compensation and contingent' expenses sixteen, to be. distributed among the thirty eight dollars and" seventy transmitting to the respective States ;her. valuable citizen by the of.ioence.

&' of auxiliary. guard, six thou- captors- of certain .Algcrine vessels) seven. cents whose boundaries are,affected thereby \ On Christmas ere,
1 sand seven hundred and seventy five which were restored to the, Dey of Algiers Surveyors of Public Lands. authentic copies thereof. I, Cnpt. \YIG T'IAq was killed at Piti!

2t. .d llars. which Balance has been carried For salary of an;,assistant: surveyor, to Sec. 2. And be it further enacted I'|: !JY a the name .
- .. : For'survey of the coast of the United to ,account.of the surplus fund, be, survey.he} private claims; in Florida, under That irt addition to the assistant young man by t1o"

:States, including compensation to the and the same is hereby re-appropriated, thedirection, << and supervision of the i praisers, authorized by J Jaw at the Ap j B&O\VN. A dancing party was Jit .
superintendent and assistants one hundred for the benefit of ,such, of .the captors survey general ,in Florida, one thuu- : O of New York, there may ,be appointed port held at., ,Capt. -WIGITOUS'S, ..hotel l',, i iato.'llich.
and eleven thousand dollars. have received their shares of the sand .d liars. .
as not < in the mode now prescribed law \ B OWN intruded himself a *
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T-zr '''"For.completing the custom house at said fund, or. their. representatives., For alary of an assistant surveyor, 'I 'one additional assistant appraiser by state of intoxication and bebared. )wiU
at ,
;I '. ;Wilmington, North Carolina, five thousand To'pay F.Gardiner; late acting U., .to have charge ,and oversight of the said port, ut a salary, os heretofore '.. *
?E one hundred dollars. States naval l store keeper to,the African :surveys in. the,.Greeosburg (Iqte St. Helena tablished, of fifteen hundred dollars, cs-I I great insolence. CnptVJGnnu.. ."?*

L14 For completingthe work or'the custorn -. ,squadron, from the twenty fourth of ) district, Louisiana i under ,the,direction annum, tQ be, paid out of per in t sent'or and ,ho immediately' fjIJBOWN .
: Rr : f b use' at 'los1ouj; fifty thousand August, ,eighteen hundred and forty, and supervision of the surveyor the Treasury 1ot.o licrwise any money from the house>,> ,bat ,v"violence. '

: dollars.v four, when Floyd Waggaman! ceasedto generq of Louisiana one .thousand dol ., : Provided, said ,salary appropriaJted shall .. Upon this, Ikowx iiately ,
For to Horatio Greenough receive ,a salary until December .. not
; payment commence, or
lars.For appointment /take assailed" him ;the most
place with ojh
-r '{of agroupof'statues to adorn the east- ninth, eighteen. hundred and forty four, iay of chain: carriers, markers, prior to the, thirtieth, of November ,
of the thousand when Francis Alexander nest, probri us epithets, ,nnd, Capt. WIGHT!. \
tern portico Capitol l. eight proceeded to transportation, provisions &c., one and in,appraising all goods .at
,. dollars. :: Provided, The work is the post, three months.and.fifteen:days, thousa- d five hundred dollars. of the United JS.uucs. ..here"totorPsnhi..any port... ., MAN, .l""n..frr pursuit when.Baqwl( -
.-In: *uch state of progress as,in'reference at fifteen hundred dollars per annum,,i For Surveying the public hndsto' beapportioned ted to specific -duties, ,but- ---,-upo'c- -,-whicli""J -***-' ed round short and stabbed him rti '
p ( :: : the,whole 'to be for:its: four, hundred and. thirty ,dollars '
-io cum paid execution seven / to the several districts, ac- ad valorem! duties arc .imposed the the- body. .Capt. WIGHTMJUT :% eoa-
: ';: ,shall, in the opinion of the Pre I and fifty cent, ,. cordiijg'to t the exigencies of the public act of the thirtieth ,of July ]last by scious of a' ae'fer?
entitled received :
: having
'. .. -tidentof the United Slates, render To j>ay 'the legal representatives of service, one hundred and ten thousand. 4n act reducing the duty rb .
# .*3 oper to make such'payment.To .: Thomas H. Storm, For a balance due dollars.- a and, for ,,other on, imports wound, returned' to the house, OBf Ht

II "i: ; supply deficiencies' in the fund to him as'agent for prisoners,Ba bn. Foi surveying! tne copper region'.of shall be had to purposes values Dud, voices reference of but he only lived, about twelve., 1tetJ.

: t.,. .'?-Artberehiefof ,sick. and. disabled sea-, does,' two thousand two hundred; and Michjganyjsconsin} ;{ .and! 'Iota, .with similar! goods imported during the'I last, The wound passed through tbPlung _
.fire-thousand dollars.. .four ,dollars and six ,
: mea, twenty seventy : twenty reference to mines and minerals, thirty fiscal year, under such .
.. 4 .of tha't ".of. hOc : : -, ,.. thousand general and uni ,- immediately above the
": ", :' 'Farrepairs: part 8tom cents $: :. dollars.\ form regulations: for 'the! '
p : .' : &OBseat Mobile occu'pied.by ,United i' r.the.suPPQrt: and maintenance f For the correction of ,erroneous and fraud or, under-valuation prevention. shall of was ,}large. enough for the ,M ,
I r ., :( -, .;acE.l1itt.t! ; r .hundred IlDd..ninety tho penitentiary the,District; of"Columbia I defective surveys 'west of Saganaw.bay, .prescribed_ by the as' be the physician's two fingeIheafiray t$... .
Secretary of' the
I ;. .S4 1Ik1II1. 'I, n ; ,- :eleven ....thousand. ,six hundred ,in Michigan i ,. at a rate not ,exceeding Treasury. vas witness, aGO! '.

: '' ?. ;"J4 :.r"-1l1e'-building'or purchasing arevenue101 ;and eleven dollars' and.forty.six'cents.; ,s, ,.dollars per rni'efivethousandeigbt! : 3>ecv 3. AndJo i it further. enacted I! the fatal blow given i&!!:r Min
4 < tter twelve thousand dollars.. For support, clothing] and ,medical ,hundf ed.and That' _
{ ; eighty doJJ rs. ,it shall, be lawful for the the
:" t rx'iw'.;Uie, ,.lxthvolume) if.the ,fourth treatment-of: 1 insane:''persons ,of the For detached surveys in Missouri, at tive ;heads of departments re.spec Duval'county'Jd4'r' 'I. .

: series of."Documentary: History of .District. of Columbia,including four: lid. .a, rate( ncxceedingfive i dollaia' 'per" "in service during the curteq(6s to continue' having{ ;teen .cri3ttc4.yQql, Q..IJ, (

::: *;* .Datied Stetw, twenty five:thousand ditionaUnanQ;;paupers,ordered, by ,the mde.o:1 ,account of diffi u1tkiasur, : die officers'and !persons; and Qt'J.' r .fe J .,,;..JJ v N :M8'- ,
.: :-- if oar hundred.a&d-forty Jiine dollars.) coiirMpjbe ent, ,to; the",. !hospital :.fiifa veying)lakes'i swamps, &"c,,' fourhouandoneKpjidredahd l ., aries and ,compensation,authorized at jho sal in ently about:,'twenty jewrso/ ;

-. / 'For..tbymentrGtth1EeXCeS5Ot; dUe, ,thousand I seven. hundred. and teventy, :? ; _fitrhlhus.. the: act approved twenty'' sixtri has hitherto led .eiiz i I'
: fromPohafal dollars and five cents ,, .. Fot We of .Aja- ,a. we1ifcbVh1s'f ...,, ...., '
niiec:faid.Hjaeii'-winei"; imported i forty ?; -, : survey of towns andyige. gust, one. thousandeight'huudreiit' :: ; ; ; L,! '.i'."

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sample -and mountei3and afrivaat' .- IV ', :
package of sugar, AS cavalry well armed Uta4medtybya2 ra* : Le* CI.i ala 1aie "\ (' i, -. oft :
I : Leave i i < very enedsy anday'etl2 ,.:-._. ._-iac.. i_ire '- :\r' .
roanufaclnrcd at the plantation 10,000' Cossacks, armed.wIth. : Picpjata everyMoDtUy lop' taf;Arrive" ,i m,.arrive Apalaebicala* next days0pm. b, CIt1II..mac iii .:' .fa,:-..- ipraalty. .L._'.__u'f- '. "f". 1:' .
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SADLER near this place swords and lances. : .exacted ..,1LI to'a iianet'aN1 _,' "."'.'
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'J Mr. H. K. smaller Prnpo4.J(ortwice, akofur thrte timei ft weekrvice /; Leave ApaltchicoU Tuesday and Thart-' '
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think ,that Mr. SADLEU has much were 52 pieces' or artillery, will bftcon.d"r' --' i d..at5 a in, arrive at Cbattabooebia next Hay. 7., The Postmaster 'amis1 ;,. S .';!..; ., --
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'e 2i 500 men: .3504. Fnim 6..1'FHrr.by Fort .HarUe. y_> : .
pounders.Some
himself for cerpjily than Nvwn-mville. byllam.- : c'.ntract.r teg*aird .&H rvn for,.iatis! j -ftt** ': ", ,. tl-,
7ftson to congratulate una about 1000 women were constantly KtlUvi.le, to Alligator, -80mUr I From '1st June to lat October. post staSea Jaw*;.f: ii >brytaf iJhs "factt..r' .

we have never monT" life seen 'in fortifying ,the 'place, 'and ana back,once a week 'I _,Leave Chattahoochie' every, 'Wednesday at 12 the d -pertacmf.f.,refansif tv diackarge a'.arrUer :
employed Leave Garey'g Ferry e* riTQf'lda1at. 4 p tn. i m, .riv"at Apalachicola'next Friday by 11 a 'm. ,when'rrqolred L'lI..J".a
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Jare beautiful sugar, except that from 200 to' 300. men fittingout 'arrive at Alligator next ila> by''12 m. 'I .Leave Apalacbicolaeyery Monday at 9 a .('. tbt-CWlact wubmitabe;loKwent of the I"Wstmaster c

the of refining. arms ace, -, Leave Alii atur every Monday 2 p ra, arrive I rivi .at Cbattahoochin next'Wednesday.by 11 a rll. General, or for setting uf .
undergone process TBesides op raanatf aa
j 10 San at Garey Ferry next day by 10 a'tn. fur exptTsaas
the 28,000 men at UIS Proposals. an idiIitionaJweu'kly trip froai lit aforesaid. .,
grain is very large-it.is remarkably Valencia Proposals for twice, lisa) f.r three times a week .October tol.t Juno whiLe considered.' 8. The
flie is said that Generals' !, ., J'.tttm..I..Ge1M"ral.y alter tba CMK
de Potosi it service will be .
onsiih'n.d.35O5.
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and free from -and ineo1or epUs. to Apalachicoja. tract, artd .It.r..iC.-dUJr.) tiq
dry syrup, Pacheco were at allowing a>| r -
and .
From Jck4onviUs 70 miles
; mile
Cortzar, to Alligator and back, twicea week from lit Octolter toUt rata increase t f camprnsatioA wiibisi ibv restrict .

is so near white that we can think the Vale of San Frnncisco'vith 8000 and back once a"wir.' .June,, and once 'a week the ...i.luG of :tbe lion imposed .Ii y Jaw,, fur lk.additional' servW

which exactly resembles it. 'who could not find places to be Leave Jacksonville every,Tuesday at. 6 p. m, ) Ir.,. required,or for Uxiiaci ease;oft| ed. if 'the.em* .
nothing men, Also another division arrive at Alligator next day by 42 hi. From 1st October 1st JalM. pl4)meat ef,addiiienal stuck O(carriers nrndcmlttecevnan

jlr. SADLER writes us that he has lodged nt Sin Lnis. Leave Alligator every Monday .2'p in, arrive nftSa.JIHPph'. every Monday and Saturdayat ; but the ci-nlractor such
8000 mal'sa case,,
but a small pottion of his planting which will number, nearly- atjarksonvill.neztday by 9 a an. I 7 a m, arrive at Apalachtcola same. days by 5 .relinquish I ..hti contract. ,ass timely .ire, if.i.prr ,
ground Tula.. Proposals for twice also for.three times week
These
men was organizing at a pt n.; fers lie the cLa-&,., The IWt master G.. .
reserving the major part for a more are destined to attack .enicn on'thin'route,will beconstdetetU % Ijenve Apalachicota ,every Sunday and Friday at al may aanu! the contract .ur curtail the s.rvier*r-.

when he troops, they say :3506. Fnrni Pilatkn, by Orange Springs, Fert 7am, arrive at St. Joseph s same days by 5 p m. ,and'pay when -be wishes la di. .nse, with tb
extended crop the next season, the Americans at Tampico.NOTICJB .ICingf Long'Swamp. Okahurnka Fort 'Da"., and From 1st June to lt ()csober.L service in WM.!. or in'part, or (Jarra p bigber, .

lopes to add something more to the -- ,-------- Fort F_ter, to Tampa,.155 rnile.*an5 back, once e St.Jo..ph'.every Saturday at Darn, arrive different grade of service<. the route, 1* aUww r*.

a 'week.IxjavePilatka. I at Apalachtcola tame ,by 7. ing one month. .
from our /ay pm. extra pay on tl amount dtpiu.dwiih.
export of the article of sugar I KS'' after'date. I hTl apply to the! every T"Cd.iy at 10 am' arrive Leave Apalacbicola ever Friday at 12 ro, arrive S

river. We believe that }Ir. SADLER'S SIX'I Jame* S. Jone., Judje uf IVohate at. Tampa next Friday by 5 p m. At St. Joephs! same dy by 10 p m.. 9. The pameDtlWIIl be adeh..ucbdraft* ."

all fr Cttlumhia Omty for Lettera of AdminUtralirninn Leave Tampa every'Tuesday .nt 10 a m,.arrive :3525. From ainbriJ;..Ga..by Chattab..ochief : post niEces ur ,otherwise,, after tbe .aFi.ti.a of'

plan has been generally adopted by ; the E-tnte of Th' ma EHi. late of'said at 1'ihika.tet Friday! by tft m.. Rin -old. Mariana Scurlck'* Spring. Webbville.Campbelton. each Q'lanf'r, say ia.Febrnary, May Ai>;ut aad .

the planter of East Florida, and cnuntr, (WateiK JOSEPH A. ELLIS. ; i'n.'pousTor !"ice a week: ,service will be con Geneva Almirante, M ihon. Florida NoetnL.r, ,.

sugar whole of Mentor, flit., January 1.1 847.KOT2CE. sidered.' IUWII. to Pentacyla, 231 miles and back, three 10. Tbe distances'are givea eccordlo; ti, :'tl aw'
reserving their crops 3507. From Pilntka MellonvilUj .1 \J..,
the., are -- r by Enterprise, to ttnv a'week.Inro information; but nn increased willb al
pay
with the exception of a part for 125 miles and l hack, oncea week... I Cambridge rvery Sunday, Wedneixlay, lowed should) they prove tob.,grester thaa isaoV.verticd .
cane the' SIXvr.f.K ; i ter ,|nte. I .hall apply to the Li-nwe I'ilntkaevery! Toenday at 10 a m, arrive. and Friday at 2 a rn, arrive at I'en-acola cv e.y. ,,if tbe places are correctly Aam.I. *

plantation use,. intending to plant I :* F. Ciaktrr. Judge of I'm- at Mellonville next flay f tjy 5 p.m. Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday by 4 p m. :11. The Postmaster General

ubole during the next yer. As the .me for :he County tlr D,ival!, fur Letter 'ur Adniini Leave. MeUonville! 'every Thursday at 10. a m, Leave !)..n'lIuoll.Y ry Sunday. Tuesday, and (um knowingly, making a ls'prohbliT'Iy.law ( .

irnti..imn the t'-lato of J.v.. Herbert.latu i arrive nt IMaikn next day by 5 p'tn. Frilsy.it 3 a in, arrive m Bainhrtdp every Toes.dusy.'Thiur.iIayendSunduy transportation of the 'mail with contract air tbe
for
crops have thus been accumulating nf liiii I U I cowntv. .It'.*e'4*..1. i 3: US. From Meti.mviliq tu New Smyrna. 30 by 10 pm. shall have entered into cfimbiaatioa any person wb.

for the lfpOof planting, GEOIIGi: : S. HEFIDERT.nilK I inileii and hack, onet a week.. Propoa1t commence the ruute at Cbattahoo- 1'0.110 enter into any or jpraf
: combination .
p any ,
three to premt
years nilK JH 1111:1 ry l I.,. 1847.i I Li-nvc I..llonwillt'r1 Thursdky: at Gam, chic will be coo.tI.ed. the making of hid fora
ire should not be surprised if the export -: i nrrivo nt New Smyrna ume day by 5 p nl.I' Proposal f'.r unco a week, .1.0(ort ic. week other any mail contract by'any
person or persons, nr who shall
i I Executors' Notice to Creditors Leave New evriyWetuiesday&iI Cam, service, ill bo considered. Itave mad-
from East Florida, during thenext i Smyrna M i ny'agreement, or shallIsavsgiun! -
of sugar &c. &c.NOTICE i nrriv nlMellnnvUIe, same day by 5 p m. 352G. From Murianna, by, Onky Hill and .or promised| sugiveor peiforni. or per lorn td,.

winter, amounted to.eight hundred : '330a. From Nrwnansvillo to New River 2mil".an,1 Holme Valley to Uchee Anna, 60 miles and or nut to do.any thin any ronsidvrativNtodo .
: whatever
Is given to all creditor, leg- loindom
hereby back, once a week buck, once a week. other
sbeads. any person not-tn bid fnr mail
h I' __________________________ nnrt persons entitled to distribution LeavH Newnansville every Wed tie-day at 1 p m, Leave Marinnnn every Thursday at Ca m, arriveat Particular atiemi' i.railed to a the 28th contract.sretlon. 4
in thee.lnteof GEORGE: KINGSLCY., late ofSt. arrive New River by 8 Uchee '
at came day m. Annanextdayby5pin.Leave
TIM i.*: DumiuC'f **ed ; "huAeYiII was prove.! Leave New River every Wednesday at 5 a m. Dchfe Anna every Tuesday 6 a m, arrive bidding. t

We have received no account of the [ |"efnre |h<* J'idye 1 : of I'rolmte of thT county, and arrive at Newnannville same day i liy; 12,m. a&Mnrtacna next day by 5 p tn. prevent 12. A bid received after time i tn wit : the 10th..

; of the Legislature since the I Loiter* -tanHMtnry ernntcd to u" on th- 211 3510 From NewnantyHte. by Santa Fe, and 3527. From Marianna, Jackson county, to St. March next, at 9 a, m"t or without II.!
proceedings day l ..f Dec.mln-r. 18.G. hnt their reiipectiveCLAIMS Fort Fanning to Cedar Keys, 108 mile, and backonce Andrews'Bay, 60 miles and back, once a week., required by law, that guaranty
or combines
Udi ultM oilier than that contained in ( n ..l DEMAND* will IM BARKKD nt the ex- 'i1we.k.Lpue' Leave Mnrianna every Thurdry' 6 a in, arrive one _yrnufrortipeno'ition *eveial roof" ill.
,
Sentinel which is merely a detail of nirniiini ..f 1\\0 ynr nfff the granting th' -aid NC'YMnSville-e't| Wedneday at 7 a m, at St. Andrews Bay neztday by 6 p m.Lenve competition with carnnt bo considered in,
a le-ular '
tie i..tnr t..4tain..ntary to the ,nl,*crilrr* nc Executnr arrive at Cedar"Keyn next day by 7pm; $t. Andrews Bay every Tuesday at 6 n to *.extravagant. "PJlOJalllUt' adjud-rd.

minority reports, or, In other words, of < of tlic In"t will nud tann'iil. i II ail Georpe Leave Cedar Ki'*every Friday at.6 a m arriveat rn, arrive nt Marianna next day by 6 pm. 13. A hiddrr may oflVr, where the .

objections to every lathat tins Kir.z"lt'Jt. '.!(!( uiilc" exhibited within thatl..ri..I. NewwinftviUft next day by 6 p m. I 3528. From-Geneva, Ala.. to Clay Bank, ''Gmil' tii>n calie f.r in th*< advertuement i i.Iran.jwrt diOicoh'or.iml'r"CtiCltIH .

Whig l. From Newnatuville, by Fort Clark, Wa- nnd back, once a week. .
been I proposed. By )letter.received from JOHN S. SAMMIS, cnhintie. and Micanopy", to Fort ICing 64 miles Leave Geneva every Tuesday at 9 a in. airive inftTior mud n o f,|ronveymicr certain rra, or on*intermit, tn suUttituK servirv ill *. 1

from this underetand OI.IVEU(01). and buck once ft week. t Clay Bank "mf'tlay by 5pm. a tpecified' nutnt of
we
er week
,
Senator county, Jay* or months. _
the I I I-:f'r.n''rc< I.ct Will nnd Tei inm.nt ..f LcnviNewnansville every Wednesday at'8 a m, Leave Clay Bank every Monday at 9 a m, ai rb'" lit
umii
mny prup *e to n nlKci that w inare.
that the session will be much ,f Gvere King'hy. .ktiirsd.li'ci.nh. airive at Fort King next day by 8pm.- at Geneva some day by 5 p m. sihte! or i. ..', on the *tft> imwl.Mh -
I ..ri. ]&46. 4l Leave Fort King every Friday B. a m, arrive 3529. ,From Pena'arol..hy Honey Cut,.Ala. and nt a gf railway. -
than was antlcipited, otviag to i tV1'eslNsat.bsiuliPg.es site case may I.;or bo .
loajer at Newnnusvllle noxt day by 8 r m. Blakeiyto Mobile,'72'miles and buck, shire lime "Y'off"r !.,substitute. au iternr anode of ,

the fact that too many unimportant bills I Administrator's Notice. 3512. From Wamhontie, EmathJa,.Camp Izard a ..Ok.Lrn"c. in urh. c i... He may dinVrent'rply .
pronne Iay4.
been thrown into Committee. It !I TLTOTICE: l I. lieffhy :ien tn c.r..lit".r. nndLl lJimotasn Au inttn. and Chocitchatie, to Pen.acola every Sunday Tuesdny, and a."IIII"r.r| dej nnure aiwl arrival provided; nrt .

hare Revenue Bill will p'r6111'C fiiii|l'l| to diitribiiiiin in the Estate Fort Dade, 98 miles and back, once aSveek.Lenve Friday at 5 p m, arrive nt Mobile next da),by 11 more runriin.. : tiu. ci* a.ketl I. and it ..bvioM4 ih*t-. ., '

is supposed that our : j iit'.IolitiYfk". .1"C'n..I.l l .anllo nil |teriui4 who 'YUCl\honli. every Thur'laT6 a m* a m. no omit Cunl"-llun or uilwr .pu4ic! aceommodaiioa
Bills .deinsnil whatever ainl Fort Dade b 5 rmae Leave Mobile every Monday, Thnr*ly. and \\t jmlirvd.! IJe. ..k for
remain it i is. l'he'arious Land I|i tuny ltnv nny d..im..r n nrrive at next Siturdxy ) p .liI l | rnny more boom: tin a,
iu.r..t, ; ."Ie''I'. heI L- 'Fort Dude utG marrive Saturday 12 m, arrive at Pen'4colat )* to the trip. during tr
1[I "r in nid r tn'r.. thnt nme' every Monday a a fljTlfi' immbor ofdav",.at ',. -
remain still to be disposed of. .within the ,' d of b-7. am. .Certain' seasons : bad .
I i t %hit.ih..1 '>r .li. cou.ill..r I.
--- v.'ar* iV.m thftiUt! div October 1845, they will 3513. From AHigntor. by'SuwannC't' Slioal to Proposals fir daily service will be ( ; ih. pchan: '*; ,trur al rnr'4fOr-kf'diffi.r.t.

('0\(' :; I I Iw. I1ru'il l, ,..4l iluit! I ".m nuply to th.* Jiidtje! of |]I Rimini' Ferry, 35 mil nnd bark once a week. 3530. From Key Wot by Indian KIM. !c. from the "dv..ni.mcorrcill!! prevent its brin, cWI ._ .

Monday, Dtcexhr 14-t! 1S4G -Mr.Vestceli j I I Pr..l.l !.%. i.f Hi''!.l>firoii h Comity tlU lln; (.;"rth j Leave AIiatur! every Thursday at '5 a m, arrive Chacleston, S. C.. 700- miles raM back once' a I iiidrred in rnrnpetitiwi wiih a rrjular bid iH>t'.>* tnuide .

of William l- Satuniuy; :" O"t..r. 1347. for a final discharge nt Blotiui' Ffiry amo day by G p m. nlllOl h. nf : r.lruva'nnrr; and I''.,..,.' M htil Ci'hlMiiii. ,
the ioih.Oih
\ presented petition f..uru mv. .Adininitiration.. L..aw m"UflUo..rry every Friday at'5: a m, arrive Leave KeyWe.t from the 16th any nf llw above 'alleniliiwt their 4li *dt""tVs I

G. Davis and Mary Aun Davis for WILLIAM WEEKS. AdmV.Tnmin. nt Alligator 6o'\m..dnfl6 p m. each month, arrive at Chailccton with all piaclicable sill be, tinmted in c miarinit witb'oher&us..

Pec. 23. 134G. fif" 314. ('romlIigntttr.. by White Spring, Ja.-! de! patch. ptlIbLc.t .
compens.uicn for the use and waste oftheirproperty _.- r 'r. Bentcn, W.,"II'H.d. Cherry Luke Clifuiri.itiilAiicirla. Leave Charleston on the lit day of each nmnth) 14. There should! bIt but one route Lid for .uVa.

by troops of the United FLORIDA ROUSE Monticello.. 103 mile,and back once. I. arrive nt Key Went with nil practicable d.>.pch. rro'f..I. .. a& '
sl. ,\USTIXE-;, 1-:. F. week. Proposal to embrace Cape Florida and Si. AU- 15. The "',!. did service, tlw yearly pay.'tnobidder's :. -

States during the Seminole war : refered ...-_ TH IS fIImtIf3oI.."cllthli"lunpnt having Leave Alligator every Wednesday at-l p mar" :u..int'Viii be considered.. I nann soil idencr.,and the Dame ofraeliinemler'of ., '

to the Committee on claims.Mr. f tp ,., und.-r:iine tli<>H tih repair; i i. now ready rive nt MonticelJu next Friilnyby H I' 'rn. '332. From hfY'.rll to St. An:;u"ii e, 600 : the fifrt., "hrre'ei com'la"1".t'- .

fir the ceptioii of tvinter \'lIitun. The Leave Monticellw every Saturday at 5 a rn, arrive miles tend) buck, twice month. shiMild be liilnrtly slated-aUi'the ninl .f...Hrer -_

Ynlee presented a pethion of citizens I II..... hi* n Soutliem exposure., *iih I long piazza*, nt Alligator( t Monday by 12 m. Leave Key West on the- Brh and 53d of each a nre.-if II'lii-her 'mode than on borsrcuek. I* .

of East Florida certain thai Cumuli n ,pen! mt pnnuenadr. The spacious. '3515. From Tallahassee to St. Marks; 22 miles month arrive at St. Au:Utinein. .ev Midny*.' nteo4rel. I
prayimg
I lied RiMtrn, .il provide! with fie place, nre and back, three time* a week.Lfrive. I Leave St. Au;ustino nn the lit ate.). 15ih .f 15. Tbe.liM *h Mifd be ent under""t. aJdr 4 .*- ,

amendments to the act of August 4th furni. .li.'d in rhe imxt .minfitrtablc manner nndvi TaU.bn.IPe ?"fryf."I&y., Thurnday : each month, arrive At Key" Went in seven dny*. il tit the First A*.uiant l'4'.tmasivrGrh .. with. -
.. i v thins lend li >en done to render it n tleiUINblfr..ii.liie. nncl 7 arrive ut St..Marks name i Crdnr! '.. Mail! in '
IS&to for the! armed .Satnrday, at a m, ProposnN to terminate this route Txey PiopiMal tl. .SUd. u t'b" "ntu-n.
provide occupation *- fur in.nI.Varm Inthi: can be had .ID writ beccinsiiterrd.ur ; ,the fact 'of,|..
days by am. 1 iiistend) of St. Augustine, w le.ier ; and nh.MjM be despair-! .
and settlement of the Peninsula of in th* hnu-o H\ nil tiqiert Leave St. Marks every Monday, Thur day, and :: Proposal for.nppjinff) the r.IJ'| inai'nitvin ed, in lime. ti' I.i '7..r .1 hy,v or before lU l 'lV!.
The t.1.! 14 nl"" iy* -npilivil with every delirnrythat 2 arrive.at Tallahassee same 1 Mud."rx, '
Saturday at m, at 9 i duc! '
p -
be narjied nil nittjeci to a. ,
East Florida: referred to the committee lit. mttiket.th. (oret. nnd the *en cnn fiirn- Florula. at n um to : ;;* ,
dtiy by 5pm. limited the J7 Tin contractnre. lo Inrexrculrd bv .rbrfore .
_
the condition of being tu le-t r.uf'.14 '
Public Lands. id.'inl"* nnd Liquofs of the finest quality will 351G. From Tallahassee, by New Port and St. : c.Cthopffi invited tbe lt July) iirxt. '' *
be f'und in the f I nn>e. Marks to Shell Point 32 miles and back, three are : :
China Hill from Quincy, 12 mile* und linrk. ;in.: PiMimasirrt _lit iilIrr. situis ,'.!
Alo, the petition ofkJohn Capo, pray A 'ltmr.r'I.t.ll' I."*t Conch, meet the SteanvJ time week to New Port and once a week the : opnn nr.mnr.lailrnNiN. ..: _
once, a wselc.Refnrmlrnm. but r .ire tbaneightv vM1 freiaa .
J. Picolntn tn *.r. to St. ''.
at ,
>atii ronvey p"4f..n residue.. I
indemnity for the destruction of 10 miles antI back mice will after
property Au-ti tine. JOHN DICK Troprietor.Dec LenvV Tn1lahft ee rTuesdayThursday. Quincy, immedintely tho JaI April text.iep.Ht .
belonging to his late father by IS fit every New l'ort a wevk. that fact in thw depertmra.zstalin: |}>eir,..t -
and 7 arrive at same
Saturday at a m,
Troy from Columbus, 35 miles nnd back oi.ce dutauro, (nun the railriMid depot.and bow '.,1. r_ .

troops of the United States, in 1S12 : 1YOT1CE.LL day by J p m.LeaveNewport. and week. .-, I ni.e supplied ,with the mail to enable tI,,,I _.- -
.ern1* hnvin<* r.Uiin ,iant the Etit* every Monday Wednesday, Woodstock MilU./rom St. I\IaryV, 20 ,mile uiastrr Gt"nrr"J'lfI direct site r -
pi > I-
referred the Judiciary. ope ly I. -
the Committee Hp|
'
to on
A..f Willi'im B,yd. l Utc of Bentou c..unty, Fridny, at 7 a m, arrive atTallahassVe same daysby2prn4 and back, once a werk. made (rem two railrpad by mail.mes>engeislipiii *

clt..p.l.! will ,prevent th"m tu ,the 'uh rnber* 6 arrive Form (or n hid where no changn.from.a.lverti.e. hml) after the lt Jujy nrt.

Also, a memorial of A. H. Cole late uitliin the. time prc qriU"il try law,' or they, will At Shell Lpuve'f'wrnrt Point nmo every day by Saturdy 10am.at a. m, .racnt contemplated by the bidder. 19. Under the act of 3d March, 1815; tl1".n." ,

1.- birred nail fhoan inde.Uecl to the "ail,Estate, "1 (or ""H'* the COSH'may be) .[here wrijn ,thnamn : i. IM lie let to be lowest bidder. '.".rin. ..itJi..

"tier in the army, fot payment of will make puMnent toALRERT Leave Shell Point every Saturday at 1 p m, arrive or tmme. in full J of[heir "iwe the rf'i.I..hC..1; ri--iii; cuaraiiiies for;faithful' r-r.rt f.nno. wJiUwt; .

claims on advances to United Siates CLARK and. tit Newport .nmonny l by 6 I' m. or residence] hereby propose in carry ihe'rnNiloiiNo. .I.IHT rrferenrt i'.. |lict moi'r of Ir1.' IJfttI.'i.lttha" .
ADA LINE CLARK, P""ro".ls to extend the tri-wcekiy service to from to a* "n.. '114" .iimyM\ nerr ary lo provide fi.r llw due crlrthy
troops in Florida : referred to the Committee nnd Administratrix.Au St. Mnrk will I be considered. _
Admin1; rall'r tin adveitUement., requires in tht iiire i lati-d ill certainty flu! ."ffnilyuf.u'h tiansfHtriatMii. '

on Military Affairs. :uta._ "Demon c.... E: Io'.. Dec. 18, I84fi. Cm- 3517. From Talahn! 'by Lipona Marion, the,schedule.nnd by the faUowinc, moilo, ( c ,itvuyanrc. When the merit. ,bid propi'... a node* f rwnveyann -_ _

Wtdtetday.Dsc. 16.A.-! Westcott Fort Hamilton, Talofn Madion C.'H., Cohtmbu! lo wit: [H..reltale, bow it i.* to be con- flat i* i. .|It"fuDIf'r,ne route w .

presented the petition of the Adminis- U. S. MAIL CiiTTJlACTS.Exit ? Mineral Sj'rin<;., and Lililn River, to Alligator "p f'I.J for the annual sum of .*.' to ili*> critAiflty.lecUruy. ami celerity .(the respect mail
122 miles and back, once week. : '
Dates). aside from anyarcoinmodniiuii (or travel H wrll.J
Water William Bunce, deceased, from the art of grt""J3.tl'J1arel, Leave Tallahassee every Sunday at Sam, nr Form of a to accompany each bid : ,not!. entitled.to. th.route, : .
for his trclion 13.'Andbe rive at1 Alli'ntor next day by 1 p.m. guarantee 20'. When .
praying compensation property 1845, "Tlie [here in eit the name of the tliehid sl.w s not name: 'a mode,.frenveyance .'

destroyed! by order of the officer com- il further enacted, That it .b-n be Leave Alligator ev Wednesday itt. .p m, err undersigned gnaraniie* thee, [here insert it will he taken an I understood m I....
guarantors'1)
or
znzndc the in Florida during the duty of the P 'If.1I1L1t"r ..Gp.nt'f'IIl.in nil future atTallahacvee next day by 6 p m. gunrantor of bidder of bid-Ira-! < the for th-Lmv meile .f nvpyance, to wit: .ni .
army or tiame
of the Proposal*. for twice, a.o' for three times ,a name Itnr_eWk. Wlicw .
l. tin_'$ of contrnru for the transportation bld'fwcarryin the. prnfH. e in carry arcoiUii.-
MeSenaiRole war. tnnil. tn let the satno in every cne."to the lowest week'service will be considered.Prop rife maybe I if his (or their) 1m ;, n. iUe..d.crtiVmni, aid tm m.Kl. of cwnvnaBrZ

Thursday, Dec. 17.A.-Mr. Yulee introduced bidder tenderin* sufficient punrnntre%for faithful n a1. io'run by White Springs instead of ..mail Postmaster from General tu shall enter into accepted nn olili:by a'- i i. Dialed furihrH e in t 1.| dvrmWrneiir iVwill

a bill for the construction ofa performance. without other reference to t mode 'titi h'. titer will'he considered.' lion prior to the first day of July-next,. with g..u4 1 runtijerrd cI I a* fT-aing ,t nly' for l>orMback.Ton.veynnce. J

dry dock nt Pcnsacola for the use of ur such tiunnportntiiin than may hecfugary to .3518.,. From, Tall- ah as nee. "by Miccmukie. to and sufficient sureties cs to perform 1M service! tiro- (: :i
the provide for the dun celerity, certainty. and *ecuity Monticello miles and hack, twice week..Leave ., it 21. Since the passage uf the art of March :. .
navy of the United States ; which '.111\11| contrnctor -' ROil' posed. % 1845. a new d ."i.i..1.t ..( Md has,been "
of nucli tr tn %r as read twice and referred to the committee hereafter !. required to purchwe out, or at G a m, arrivtf at Monticell'u name day by G p en.Leave INSTRUCTIONS. It speCifies no miMle I It f f"ft..... but .n:.f e..fn.* 4 t
'
on Naval Affairs.Air. tuko nt a ,'.lu tiun. the mock vehicles ,uJ[ any Monticello every, Monday and Thurfdav. I.rs.-, .n minutes ,areal!.wed fcr-i>penin: and carry th mail.wiih' Ft.iu'Y.rf'krhy."nd secttritr. .

Yulee submitted the following prvuum vmutactnrf.r the fumo route.** at 6 a m, arrive at Tallaba-ee same day* by G closinibe mails at all office where n. ,."rlieular twinthe terms of the law, Tl.e.e.biI_ >, nu.1 *
will l I. rnreful rend the form* from the manner in which they are ,lelifted .
Hidder to
CO": IJ). but railroad ,andsteamboatronteii '
Jfsolution for considenttion Resolved I' time i. specified; on '
That : nnd instruction appended, this ndvrrtitement. .3519..'From'Tnllaha..ee/hr ,Manninfton, and \ there is to be ho more delay than'.is necetviry the "".h.r"II rartlJ1.nl, FlfljJ" J| Lea :'

tbe Secretary of the Senate causeto They 'are, requ"ted to tale. in their. j>ropo.aU. Duincansvjlk..Geoto: Tboraoville miles and to deliver and receive the t.,.. hern. dcid-t. after mature. 'ronIeraj,1. a, .

be engraved the topographical map the molejy xrhirh they interulto: convey the mail. back, once week.. 2. The mad is to conveyed-in.. preference lopassengers h hid? !.pronoing speafic med. of eonveysnc.of:.. .

of the Penirrsnla of Florida prepared. Whern the size and weight of the mails, or the Leave Tallahan.e* every Thtir day at 6am, 'and to their :entire exclusion, if its be" grade a* two-borse reach transportation ;_
finder peed railed for in tin.chednle ihall require it, ThomanviUe 'dol : by 7 m. bulk it., "- n. preferml IL.tar IlL The .rxperietice .
the require
direction of the War Department arrive at sam ty p t weightend i.f; ,Oie, department ill_
enabfe dowt :
).
lay
c-ioacb. steamboat
will lie made t fojl ; ,
the
and furnished to the Senate in orrailruni runtrHcu) eonveyNiire, a* the 'can thay.Le: ; and, I' LcavThumanille every ,Wedne-wUy 7' at 6 am., 3. Volt ,Office blanks mail bay*. and the 'ape.eiaIagenti l S'leg rule*, v%: .. ','t '.,:,_: .
.T.llahuaueesnrne day by m. the ezhibitlonofth4r' .
I .arrive p ot ,the department mi \Vjw'sj. mail .
Wttpliance with urit will be let to bid I m ij",rout U. sot in, ) .
a resolution. cnnteqaently route propoiii _350.:! From Tallaba.e;, by Salubrity and credential-are >Ito 1. c*,nveye l without Ii. lequiVr lwo-h ch argsas
Mr. Yulee submitted the following ; such modo of rn\' 'onc.In all other ca et Dainbndge Go. 48 miles and back, : f such re ci c nvi janre, a star bid. '
Onincy, to further charge on 'mail, lines admiuinj > if.tlM Iowe.r, 'wiln I"J prrfcrrrd the *
tn
will be bid the specific WL
I
the route assigned, to proposing -
.
isolation week.J .- ,
three e a
tin
which considered I. 22. When tU mails
was by mode of tranpnrtation. conveyance. areufvuch size aIM!.weight
cheapest; Tallahassee Tuesday Thursday, without -
unanimous >av* every 4. Matt are to conveyed ns render h.nt'r.nry -
consent and ngreed to :- agents : nrexp lirfr.ua reference.IM .
.
and Sunday at 9 a jm, arrive at Btibbridge same the r-ailmad and' .nm..at them ahw. .
Ber.olred charge on principal ; 'rroviikiwr>*iirttrrti .!
PROPOSALS
That the Committee C om-- rinYe1.'
on the number
dDUtJ19. 'r'm. lines.- where the size t'I/nalU-attd. auis.e.tjw pci5c huLtltotigh) lU hi '
IMS,,
CARRYING THE :MAILS OF 7HE -IN. .
toerce inquire and report what provision FOR:: STATES from 'tlw lit, of July; Leave Baihhridge every 'Sunday.Wednesilay, of.ihei tifBcers will require ihs4t'enip"l03'mPilt 'by prrerrr.ttn the star i.;,. 'to the ePTeets4'J. "

is necessary to repair the injuriesoccasioned 1C47. tothe30th Jane, 18d t,.in uiveVn Florida' and FridaY. at tam.' arrive' at Tallahassee. same. : the department;. and Jntl>at case" ,separate '-apartment rldufercncn. iaU-, >t7ij>ei1"tion<, fn-n.1Iir '

by the late tale.to the mar will be receited at the contract office of the Post .days,by:3 pro.. .. ; for the assortine wnd safe .inc.ftrda. difTerer! ce i*,not rvh.a.a* 1ft;interfere.with:the ; a ;
uuel.r.I the
Prnpdsnls semVweekly! urvlcewhlI. be considered i mail is to be provided .by contractor, 'of the.new law, birh.noks to arrductimiriHit i,,
,
hospital at Key West nnd tohe Department.inthe city! :of.W u*hin ton, until I Ib' : '..
light 9. of the 10th March, 1847, (tn be derided / .' dln-dion.or1be department of irarwrortatiiw.: .E'"t;..,<:IM"'t_' : ,'
bouses on the Florida coast. ; a. m. "Monticello .GrooyerviIUi Ga., of die: 1;_,allowed -
by the 1stJsy ..(April) on the route* andln 3521. From by : 5. In allcases'there is'tcfrW forfeiror wUre, the tar.14.1 nmade Iiys! .pt_. ,'
. the manner tim-tf'iPin peciBet, viz: to-Tboroi sville,31'miles'and back- ; once *week. pay of the'trip'V. whri,'th.''trlp'i i"nt rim_;'a"forfeiture rut owner."f ihf! .*inck;** tU 1 rm te, "1 t* -,

LATEST FROM MEXICO," FLORIDA. ''lieave Monticello e,ery .Wednesday at if a. ,tn, of at )least ene\ -anKpaTtf.:; f Itwfien' -n- the manifest jhsf.thee.renn*..r pie&rring be.peci& : ,

The N. 0. Delta of the. ISth Dec. 35Q 1. 'Frnm.St. uiuajinebv Jcks onviUe and arrive at Thbtnasvijle sarne, day by, 5 p ro.LeaveTbomasyllle .' :; running or arrival is so Air behlr.d time V* to low lid" .1 0 nt ew'-t 'II 1U ea.. 'VTT -- a V .f

abstract Kirk and.f o St. I rl>fjGajOOvmU*< aunt back; .rr1T.b.1: at
ge$ tn' of news,from Mexico. 1 once'. .k." ,: arrive'at-MonticeJIosamedaybySjKrn. of a due proportion ttf h>,""' a grade of hpr. coons or .leamlMMt trjia.portation is iq1s.: 1- ..

'i. Hararfa! The following It' 'the I I Lfalve St..A uguitine n-ry, 'V..I"- 'c .daa12 :.uiat 3,2J'r'a! Qaincy to hattahoocbie,'21 mi1 .' service i*rendered Inlb'ctkt tint Jt., the contract, ed. by tlie. size andpreference 'I""' .het ...;'.. :, '. '

.JLrri SiMrus. ittz; d.j'.i12 ,'f .- and baclc.twiee'a. week. These forfeitures may* hV increased Into penalties (....." ,"1"il ,- ir ;ft' S .

tportaut item : Leave St. M'ry*!e-t ery Tliursdxiyat lip,re, ar' jLeave 'Quincy :'ev ryTsieiaa, and_Thonday at, of higher amount. acconlip:to' th-initkr'e' t rirequency carried 10 a. jralqr 4'tat..uf .l1rr.nseiha A.110w.'uIerjt1 ...t .'. .' t"

Gee. Salas 'published'a'decree on the tinat"' St.Aaifiwtine *t day by, 11.p m,. -. -4 pin: arrive .at'Q, uaboocbJe" ianiedays by 9 :o'tb..r.ihire'.arul 'the Importance. ef nL Iheexreptinn..nr".! f'.cI. ftlUt ."IJPC1, ,.. ._.11-,}. ,... .. ;

2pt introduction. of 3502-; From St._A'iru.tlne.by ..NewLarieand !. r m. ." .',, '-':'.', 'm if.. ahfns) '.I"L. 'f-w :, fIG. ": ','.:_.,,
the
prohibiting ; Miami ri'rr,to y, We. GOQnuUI4.ndbskweamimtb. ':LN": .Cbaltab cbi JwefJWrdocuadajt d, 6. Ff r1*m belmr<,*ed.'vnlew the dehmjoenef 24., A"mmH.Vatfoiv.nCa fciil.1n any rf.h..81.i it _' :" .. :

goods M0 s4 .uc1.be} : imported : 'JSt. ,. ., JTriday' .t 1,a n,attiwat'QolrKX, ..days. h*' ,tUfactorily: rxpAt'l'! in "do* ,lime !fwrfalline ..l terms* *|. .".tW..wf,.. cairns '::i. :: _

gb the-ports: in posesionotthe Leave ..Auziutinrt ;on. the.,j t_.uncl .15hr. '.im.' ," 'it.f.rf .! ; to tike{rromti-.f..liv-.*r"*. 11ir If) reretved. ,.. a. teisovrfj.ne'tjib ''8ia,:..1-1':- '
: fotttI.WtkIy'UT1CW1It Le1cI' .uiV% >. ,ii rt>! jJ.trl.ot".H< ;": iti. *ttft' :*"1* pCtlti-m, afirr .. last heetr .t ( '
rth in r.sa1 f'f
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.mericaBs.cerrcBpOBdentg. .raehtnnnth_ ,.arrive; &|J'f"1'y| *en.days : .Fi. > I. ...
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1 to :.., 1JVr rtjwi, be/fith.aod, aad t acb .u',2 :, --"fi' ,'Injured, lost; or''
odiag ,writing1tis arrive at St..A. ugusJu'1 .!:1,,! Potcisi to sereral ofthei9als,1I tCp.nth Oms4.n to ApabichwoUi, for rriuibffjhrr clfI' 1" -rJ l "P _
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I :t : I -i' 1 ','f ;, < Celambia r CeHHty' 'Shcrir :'Sale.: 'Twb 'Hundred Dollars{HewafdJ!, ,. \ <'*&. :W;, DoqG TT'S" .{iilt. UllNedJN .iJLq .

fchf BY'I ,ofruy5 office and power of, ,1ai iaVest- PROCLAMATION? t.S ,.I u .Florida aa.| Savannah pack,4"t ,.

: \ >ynasoritc1fieriredssIuueaoiLufPj i 1n.me, I, have,levied; ,upo and will offer .1... t. I' Crv k. M.hd r1..Jack.'n rFkh.. %. .
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; ;i JLP,4be. Circuit! Coon of,the Eastern Circuit T ( By W. WOBUBY. C ..
of St. ,
for ssle b f.retbe Conrt HouseTin ,beteWfl Alligntor ," : Na" Bnra.\'rlck:. .
-
FlorUafor the County of, Duval, I U1 'expose' on'the first Monday of May.ne.t,between TITHEREAS' Itbas been certified tome that. Ilif u. S. -J a11 10 '. Duhi;.
*public .Ic. ia IOftteethe Coon House tnahe 0phae,,
; city of Jacksonville in said county on the,first .the usual hours,-of sale on that day,.the following VI, JAMES McNABB, a white nun, In: tin: ThftrPt'du'p 41
s .described property, m:-Section 26,Township I of Alaehna.iii J &t' &fATTJIE\VSrP.
4 Monday-in November. D., 1846 between custody of th Sheriff of the County. .'"
11 a.,. Section No. 2, ten hs '
80
containing .
Range accusallonol '
e .legal,hoars of tale on that day-AH that certain the Ea.a..m'Clrcuit of .Florida on an liei'' t,
93 Section 23. Township .1 .Range 12, SJ1MINABY.THE hauled, her decks
\Voods and
,
acres.
:murdered Samuel cabins
one "
feloniously
_jt tract( had, situate, lying and being ia the county having _i ,
ofDuval, on and about the,West tide of Little .,.Levied upon as the property Richard. .Walker, in the aforesaid COUD'C AI.cbuIn this Sla'.. courseof instruction pursued in, this .much ornely furnished and ptiwad. .-.
I pay!the State and County taxes due thereon fortbeyeari846. marie hit from the ofsaid Sheriffon improved A. (or
custody
Crceksd.within h.lin.. oft Grant ,escape .ecom.
Pottsburg the
ooJ. is founded upon (p'rinciplea of I Induction fort, she eannot .
bo "
the .of.the J4th and is sow a fugitive -, surpassed 4
knoa-ri asfol.rJ night InsUj
; i1 ,as Richard's Mill Grant, bounded ,ALSO, and'an.I ,y. Students who are unprepared rome, Thkboat will b J Lo.t"-"
Jaws: commencing at a post or stake marked S "' from ju.I l Cf-.' to enter college, here, the requisite arfp, at
Section 35, Township U ..Range.II. containing James McNabb ii about 5 feet .8 .Inches high may pursue Tharfd.y morning, .
with North of said _
b.4 a cross, oa the West comer studies while those who '
; are not designedfor line '
80 Levied tb of DemjnyYoodfI. dally of !
acres- as < inclined steamers
property for
upou tout made, has red hair,blue eye-lashes Char,
eyes
and
Tract sixty t
ru nilllrrom thence Eastwardly branches stoo .
such
\ to ,satisfy,the taxes. due thereon for the in be white; U an'lri.hman.by birth, and a a profession, can:select at may ,every evening' _
chains marked with .
to war..rOAk. a cross
seven 1846. .best suit their objects in life. Also'
4g on the, bank of the aforesaid Creek; from thence year man of much intelligence. > The regulations of the institution are formed brig or ra.eDV .ibinz to ,.1.
Southwardly iheCreek chains a pine, ALSO. Now, therefore, by virtue of the authority veiled barque line tea $.' I
by sixty to II-f'nteiNIl with the single J design promoting the 'intellectual ThurM"and .
Section35 1
Township Range ) reward of Two Saturday
in me,I do hereby tiffer the above G'
: iarked with across from thence Westwardly NtwY.
r t ; and moral advancement of members. arrival (
James io lie Dempsy Woods o the St. M.ii
Livingston, supposed and delivery .
Hundred Dollars for his apprehension
i. .Miy chains to a pine marked with a cross; from The discipline 'intended to be strictly parental. l'- rf .
to satisfy the taxes due h..reonJor,the year 1846, to the Sheriff the i of Alachua. ,And *"., with their
r county
ibepca Northwardly sixty chains to the aforesaid ALSO, .The Preceptor desires to ,cultivate, 'with his pupil of either 'line if bral.UI.
aid in his bar ,
** > nil officers and citizen are enjoined to rrqufrej. ..
t' beginning pastor .ta".. Said tract of Lund containing Section r 3. Township 2, Range 11; about '400 law. *, habits of kind and familiar intercourse, and above boat I,
arrest according to
: three hundred and, seventy and 5.10th. -Levied as the .of I. D. lust to influence them rather by an appeal in the better LeausPiL.tka wiI .roJU
acre Seal
upon property Given under hand and the Great eirryTu.dy
James Vi.l my .
S cresconveyed to Fortune Richard by of the heart than and disgracefuJpnnUhment. ,
due for principles by severe ; I. 0'
Mr Bryant and Harrison R; ,Blandiard by deed or I. Nort..to, : satisfy the taxes thereon of the State nf .Florida at the Capitol in I Jclara ll
Black
the year 1846. 'E<aUaha"lhi" 24lh orNo".mbt'r. A. Cr..k" "'
[ day p
D. 1845. Levin ,.
i h.riogdateDecemb.r26th A.
i ; T. B..FITZPATRICK, An accurate account ofshedelinquevcesolrvr.TI J,. .t 3
Independence.
P. 184G. and list American IIIJ.I
] oa age will be sold to satisfy the above mentioned Sheriff and tax collector ex officio.Alligator. year scholar, and also of the degree of attainment For(rel nt1Lt 'Jt
,
: execution in favor of James Armstrong. is kept a of which account in connexion p.g apply t. '
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.Pct.23,1846. ,. W. D. MOSELEY. copy on bard, or to CpJ
THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff D. C.
with the i it transmitted
regular term bill to
every WOOD
the Governor Governor of Florida. S &
By :
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; By A. W. CRICHTOK D. S. CLAGHORjf.A. '
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Sberi 's Sale. parent guardian, whomay desire it. .
J. T. Dee 4t
Nassau County ARCHER Sec. State. 4
JaCk "yille October 2nd 1846. ,
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be sold on Monday the 4th Janusryl -. TXRMS FOR A 8ESSIOH OF TWZLTC Wills : S \
03" The above lale i I. postponed by content of WILL FERNANDF- &
cnts.DENSLO'W .
between ho hours of ten and two Agricultural Jmplc
parties from the first Monday in November to Higher Branches, $a 00 S ,'Dt ,
k' 0 Monday the seventh day of December next. ofclock, at the Court House, in she c unly of Nassau & WEBSTER, Common Branches, 7 00 A. COY. -114.

NOT. 6th.O < a certain tract or parcel of land, known a* SAVANNAH OA.DEALER'S Latin and Greek Classics, extra. At.,.

,'o : The ,above ealeis postponed from the 7th the estate of Waterman deceased. Said ,land S Lessons French, given at the request of parents CTThe steamer SARAh Di
fituaied Brandy Branch containing sixteen in ,th*' following articles which uili tie in tonnlinnhi., ibis SrALb
:P day of December inst., until the first Monday or.Jnla" on r.
le to be sold on as reasonable terms, a* any other ei tablishment Lake Mrtnrcr F"
p. next.December thousand four hundred acres mote or ** Any pupil withdrawn from the School before., one hundred ,. .
Void satisfy the taxr due thereon to the Stale of io'th,Southern country. above Palatka the St. an .f
11.Constable's. ro end of the session! except (or reasons which the up .
Florida, and all legal coils and charges in and COM PLETE assortment. of Agricultural Implement Principal l approves, will he required to pay for theunexpired S -pt. 12, 1846. \
thereof. *, consisting of 28 different sizes and'
about the advertisement and sale B.alancn
Sale. ofthit eion. *
; ninety-lhree.cts.,. patterns of Plough. Hoes, (various kinds) Axe, part Florida and -
hundred arid dollars Savannah
I I r y1ueo( v wrkof Fieri Facias, issued out due one two No deduction will be made in the charge against .
". 'B' Sheriff and Trace anti Ox Chains. Shovels and Spade, Hay Packet.
A. J. BRADDOCK.
of Justice MiaMJeton's ,Court. I will exf a pupil for occasional absence. In roses of protracted _
.Collector.: and Manure Fork, Potent and American Scythe*, YR THE
f'e.e to Public Sale. in front of the Court House October 16, 1846. Hook sfcknes. requiring the pupil to be withdrawn retuhsrSIeampM,1
Reap GrainCrndiea. Corn Shelters. Corn
; the of Duval the from the School deduction will .he -- Cart. .. rill.
_' ft, fity otjacksonvsllecuuffly on and Coh Crushers. Portable French Burr Gri.t proper : i.. at .
w 4 "t Monday in January A. D.. 1847, between Nassau County Sherifl's Sale. made. rk..I.1.r ; .;.
Mill Hand Corn Mil.Straw! Cutters Ox Yoke
each 'ahd'tiB
; ii he! legal hour of sale on that day-All that c-er- JY virtue of the power vested in me by law I Patent Churn! Foot Cotton Gins Saw Gins Pat. Patronage is solicited from none, ulto have not .: week, ; ..Ii
via
of the Court ,
I ( i nin tract of land, ituate, lying and being in th) expose for sale at tbe door an unqualified confidence in the ability nod integrity Mandarin; J.<
evil Fnn Mills anti Nail Si.
and
the fourth Mon- Marys, nil uSher *
of the of.Nassau on immediate
( S Hou* County
.qat".of D val. on and about the West side of of the Principal. .
between the hours of ten and Full assortment of White Lead Colored Paints arrive> in Snvannali .aI"D .
t I.htlePotsburg Crick, and within the linen of a nay of January 1847 The school is now in a flourishing condition. SWJM. mn
\ the land of Cnpt. Robert nnd Painter'* article, Sperm, Whale Linseed and Passengers for CbnrN-slon
I I ; Grant known as Richard') Mill Grant, hounded a* two o'clock on that day, The building i* a large commodious and elegant can ( .at','4\
I..at-d in said County of Nassauconsisting Castor Oil.Spirits Turpentine,Varnishes,Window in the evening tin daily line f '
*>
S follow*: commencing at a post or stake, marked Day hundred more or le... lying on O.N..U''c.k. '. Gln s. Window Sa!'. structure, recently erected bv Florida' Lodge, No. Th Gaslon run in Sieamrrj.
L nitli a cross, on the North West corner of raid of five ar.retl. 1, of I. O. O. F. c"nnt"C'lioraida
; S thereof*aii ii. Gun \'Vdf'r..Shnl. Bar I.rndI'.rcuuion Cepi.Fonlocep \'asl."urnVird..r' ;
sufficient portion HiJg
Trnct and from thenco Eintwnrdly slxtvnven or a The location i it one of well known salubrity and L'n(1'a, .
runniag
the Mim thereon to the) State of Florida .""' Wrapping; and PRINTING New York, of which one I"",.. '
i t chains to water Oak, marked with acrosfn : ly taxe efh salc.nnd ihe PAPER, PRINTING and Writing INK. i* easy uf ncc u. Board) may l>e obtained at reasonable morning. 11_.
,
charges
'ilhtllAl"lnl
t ;, ,> the bank of the aforetaid Creek ; from tbrnre iogether adv"rli t"mpnt. Amount of tnxes due I Carpenter and Coopers Edge Tool' ; GARDEN rate in respectable! families in iho plar<>. Th Gaston d.tP nut reliun ,
of this h nIu
uthwnrdly the Creek chain toils Jacksonville, E. F., March 27th, 1846. ly C,.
by sixty to a pine, Six dollars. A. J. BRADDOCK. SEEDS: warranted n* good as. any to be found. .her wny. tii Snvannnh.

,,i marked with a ero,; from thence YetwrdIy, Sheriff and Tux Collector. Order thankfully received and promptly attended NAE. OJ-' 1'ACXETS. .

.4 ; sixty chain to a pine marked with a cross; from November 6, 1346. to. JACKSONVILLE HOUSE. The \",... e..IihIosiIi; 51i4 J.i,-..--mr--

I thence Northwardly sixty chain to the nforeaM Savnnnnh Gn.. June 19th, 184G. THC subscriber having recently tiiud l up. .1..r".I... rrr.I"' .,..., 11..rllJ4."
:S beginning post or stake.: Said tract of Land con- Bri-; .
Executor's Sale. .the above .establishment with n view 1..11. CMNTCI.V.T. LBriir "". tna4lvJ '

; Uiningthree hundred and seventy and 5.1 0 us acres, the firt day January nf"xr. the Subscri HOLMES & CO. greater convenience and accommodation of thi.e A VGt l.\. / j\1." S'.l.' JL

: conveyed to Fortune Richard by James W. Bryant ON will offer for ale nt the plantation of TO/TESSRS./ HOLMES & CO., have removed whom ill heolih or pleasure might Httract tntfii. Jim* 23. .

t .and December Harrison R. Blanchard.by dt'f'd.bearing date Zephaniah King ley. late of Duval County, deceased ., 1TJL their tock of Merchandize In. the lar e portion of Florida, solicits the patronage i>f tie Nf.. l'Ark \r-n: No.u: Jn..y.J! :

t: 26tb A. D., 18'iE'd on and will called San Jose, about five mile from building formerly occupied by the United States, public, truatfrig that none, who may favor him. will : lIft! 5V 4tNict f.. A. h1awl. n''IP'J.t
sold
ta
4: to satufy the obova mentioned execution, find their comfort ...... nr: fXC1..J. J..llft
,in favor of John Broward. Jacksonville, on the Ri.er St. John,the following known ns the Government Building. They |have anything requisite to n 'gI "IJ. ".'frr.Jay? 21.
$
property belonging to the Etate: of said King- added to their Ktnck by the laic arrival from The henlihin of J Jacksonville* .pn teclion lt"r :XC.I..l': 13. .i",. m.'lrr.JIIlJ=L

L December JOSHUA llth 1846.Sheriff's FENIMORE. Constable. ley; that is to *ay. twenty one Slaves, Sophy, Lnbo, New York n full BMorlment of Dry-Good*, Groceriey. from the harsh sea breeze and it* easiness nf nc- Th"fIIP"rl are ..mn". ldrll.r..p. ,_

.. George, Philip, Patty Paul. Julin Ann, Sally, Hardware. Provisions, &c. &c.. which cell from any point hitve nlway ,ciired it tie ."I..ri..I.. ,1ft "U 3 ,.. re,) "I"lira f..

S :- I Nanny Jacob Sylva Adam Edwin Nancy tln y Jar" prcpnred tell nt reduced price reputation of bring the' most a.I'RnIRt.U" |>Irt' 1'",., .,#.,. ItS "" ,fttrll.M.! .. I'ssi14.., '

Sale. Chloe, Joe, Amelia toby, ))AtV.! Combat nnd They are IHlW prepared to purchase Cotton, in ELiot Florida, for the re.ort of tnvnli
B>Y virtue of a writ of fieri (aci.,,issued out of Dick; Also oil the mule, Kbre; cattle, boat, [hues. anti other prnduce'of thn country at the the winter season. T. such person. he ff..r" hrcommo rapes t Lt'I"'t.l lBerlin pCti l.y u S'.ftI.o.r.

s } the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit of flat, cart. vnggon and plantation tool belonging 'highest Market r..t"II. nnd make cash advances on 'fatinn", which ho hopes will prove acceptable GKORGC.: IIOLMK5

!. 'I Florida for the county of Duval, I will expose to
:i public sale in front of the Court House in tho dry about 10 acres nt St.John'* Bluff with in* Charleton. or New York. can be commanded in the town, they tnuy rib can l V..' scented as SiFL Anfhjlli.,.If

I : Jacksonville, in the said county, un the first improwfmplltllh..rf'on; Also n tract of Land called They jmve n new article of Wrought' Iron I upon the must careful nltenlinn. I'lirtilinn In JJ. CARK & CO., *.

2 Monday January, A. D.. 1847 between the I legal RiddyV Point with the improvement thereon; Plough*-io which they would respectfully call A. vi,itor* from the North have occa.ioimty]! delayed I -July- 15. 1S45. .

'V ha r. of sale "n that day,the following proper Also n trrct of Land called Camp New Hope, mithe. the attention of Planters. their coming under the impreinn. tint the i AdnUlllstrJtor's Ifofice.on.
.
:: 11. \'iz: On iron grey horse one bay noneyts.me St. John River with the improvements thereon Jacksonville Nllv. 6. if. hoii e' wa filled lb. sobucrilter t"kr* tbl i>".' Q1X MUNTIJS ftr ibie( I .I..n aJip,

I. 3' : tock cattle number not known; one ox, one'four ; Alto a tract of Land containing nbnut 404acres. lunity 10 Bfure such, in future tbnt,in alml| C**'., O H .JurmvT. O.N..iIf.J'1C1( I'' ,

::;. ,4 wheeled carriage, one flat one boat one pair old situated on the E'*t side of Like George. PRIVATE BOARDING. he can always provide' them temporarily with .um- III" ,. .."I.C Nn..nu, Its r N di4rLIirEp AllII'&"

.t cart wheels, one library ,ot bonks, six large and The lave* will be. old in families if practicable.Term .- THE 5?bcrilior beg leave to inform his tunable accommodations in the tmrn. lr"tor. nn.I.... r.J1rol"*..i a.

small pine tables five bedstead. one dress find df sale one half cash bef.ire delivery. or \CI.. nd the public that he tics fitted up OLIVER: WOOD.jHrksonvillp t..'...r *aol| Sitmm-1 S. C'.r .-'I.r.'J: S..l

cherry table. one bed and crib, ten matt raises. nnnIQ conveyance or.hp property nnd the balance nof ,, hI4 Imizst'. Hnd is now pnparrd accommodate n Dec. 19, 1845. lySrotfje frcra,nl. SMCKIl C. UJtUOOCg.A.ln.lui.lrttl..r

't (feather bed, beading. pillow* and .bolster, tvui with IwO good md suffie.lenr securine in |I'. upproved t\V; riMiiectahlff Inmrders. Hi room are well ..stud r..

t S; mail mahogany tables one saddle) ,one sofa, IWIMJty livlh"Coint of Probate ..r th. Jml-f thereof ntl<:uln'r i t-iilirr for ringle gentlemen or (omiJi... tWjtIrn ( Nuwnti Ciuirt IffMuu*. ') .

.. : chairs, two mantle glasses shades candlestick* ; pavnblo: J2'month.*" alter late I with inierriii. JAMES KEOGH.St. : Watchmaker mid Jeweller.'No. Na.a. (.,'..II. Aiigu-i 14th. 184G I
CaAiniii1iittor's
; *nd lamps andiron hovel and,longs carpet f.cl l K. B. GU3BS. t 1'c'rIzt.t.. -. "-.:n. ,inf'. D... 4. 1846.. 4i 5 MAIU.STRICZT.O .

rug, two map. crockery knives and fork., nndglss B. A.. I'UTNAM. ( Notice. ,
In Circuit Court. irrmll tlu .iliz..nil IS she .
Rp"r..tuUv iiist.U (
January 1347. I,'.iJf]
: wares onegIIn,00e bureau. one lablij amlj-.ino November G. 1846. 6w. O ,
EASTERN_. CIRCUIT_OF_ FLORIDA.or orJad.'nn'i1I"n.1it. vrtnitylliaf! sent to illlion.. C.i.ri'f
I cupboard,fnur wah stands, two. watch1, oight h l'nJ..ar fiti
-, -- UlVNTY DUVAL: Is CHANCERY.TIMOTHV ho bus removed tIle hoir immediately .
|<> C..I.I'.r : | : iW final sal alf.
en
urge and twelve mall silver pouns, two looking A' n1 nistrator's Sale. nrfin
:, glasses, and kitchen furniture; Also one lot in the fourth Monday in December next I WiGHTMAir, Admin; adjoining IIP line recrntly NnCC my account and vnnclier, as (&IItrtsi.'r
foi ON Court H.. irator of nil. nn-l singular tin Bill for Prorntu '- occupied I ns tlil' printingoffice ..(he rotate of J Mint'* J\IarlmtoJS !
1 Jacksonville bving l lot number r. corner ofForyth will xpo'e. for sale nt she ui aaIr j
and Liberl.trePt*. adjo'min* Mr. John door nt AHijrnfor. nil that piece or parcelf land Goof!* ind Chattel, Rights and distribution of of the"Florida Stuesmni.** arid is now prepared J Uln'I.I..r.R.I.P. l of stiLl| Conntr, koJ 'il
Credit of JAMKS B. MASON '
: M. Pons lot. containingnneqlmrter of an arrnofground. *ituate l anti lying in thn county of Columbia, derraeil. nA.rnalf', to execute with r.rnmprirud..oll onli-rn con III III" .iU. ri''l" Nu1I4y'h. ,.i.re.un..511
.
-.,- Taken in execution and will IM void n.hft known"and'deignaied all Lot six (N.. C.) fractional r* &c., &c. rind n.ctpdVith tI'P"bu\.plinf". Ihisriourgi. r.sam-eli.-Ailmii.iiiniiun.4MaK iirH

: property of the late John L. Do7gtt. deceased fiertioti one. Township on', Hnog" twelve. FRItD :.rCK DARTHKLOW and for un Injunction S Mr. Grothf wouM nUo say. Itall.et fias determined JOSEPH J.1 IGllr, linBi; f w.

S in the hand of Mann Doggetr, Executrix. &c.. at (12) Crtntaininff 98 ncro*. Saul land .old by _olernf AQim.LA lIon MASSKT., &c.,l et. III. Cred to confine hi* intention in future, cxclnmr- r\'rwna""m.-.Jtn. 26. IS-f CiaNoUce. .

: ', the suit Charles Broward and William EuUnnk ('r.1\latr Court If f nid county fur the benefit ly Hi work in th*** brnnrhe lie rendrr hi* i '

.2 Executor of Stephen J. Eubank, de.cea.,ul ; nnd If thn h"ir nnd creditor ..f the estate, nf John Ehnving. been made to appear by affidavit to thank to the many friends who have- riven him : Aclmiuisirator's .
? costs iii suit or ilerrn.pd. ), of the Court thht, I). M. Van heir and that his SIX MONTHS "flrt .Ial", .|MUpf"J'
, I Ulysses Bre\t'ter.hrainst Palmer Robertson, late of Kaitl county. patronage trims exeRtions hereafter
W,-zpl, Aaron Jones junior Walter '. nnd o'sdi.ss ..,.i"i.lfal,1
I Murphy, will be-such % as a
; and Doggett. JAS. R. ROBERTSON. ArlmV. n* to merit it.
.;. I THOS. LEDWITH. Shrrifl Columbia County K. F.October23.1846. Aquilla MaAey,James B. MorgRn.Strrb., Eddy From long praciue in Liii l,,isine*., h<* fe l. ,hP E"rnl. of Jol.n Kol,rtKim. 'late.4 (WM5Irnhlnly.
Lvin T.. Levy, Benjamin Leeds, nnd Andrew himself ileceaf l. In the H...n.n .J.uJ ut I'1iiit
e i :: By A. \\ CRICHTON, D. S.Dec. competent In give satis'factinn. and his
4. 1846.S Robb, Defendants in the above entitled cause, reside charges will be moder&to and as reasonable as 'r .id rouniy. for n final 'tllrn>eal of nit!r.
S ] OT1CE.A out of lh, 'State of Florida and beyond the tho nf the North.N. late, and thnll m the same I mflar"1'-'Irti..U" '

'LL persona indebted to the subscriber ss1.j Jurisdiction of I hi* Court; And, that Martin L. B. .oimi.ion Oh such aiIminUtroti, ,.fwLitb.lIr.h!
S U: SherifPs Sale.By Admir.ittratrix of the Estate: of Henry Bar Clocks and Watches repaired in the best
nkrr.lIOolll.r .fs the) Defendants in iliA said ohs mtf"rl"'PtI in said'Ei J.'srrJ t1anoskr'
,,1I of rit..1 fi. fa. issued en- manner, rind nt the 'shortest notice. >tatr. arc
I virtue a out of the nard Jr., decpn'.rel.11ealu'r upon-note, hand tilled. cause resides without be Eastern Circuit JAS. It. ItOaF.RTso.\
;1. Circuit Court of the Entern Circuit fir Florida Jacksonville, Dec. 26 1845.
ILb
notified, that it will be
or opEnnCCflflt.nrCh0rPby rind in tho Middle Circuit of
.
Florida; And, that 0.-. 1 6. 1 846.* .rmini."
for the count) ol Dove) I wUJ expose to public her duty a,* such Adminiftratrix, to put ip suit John 'nterston, another of the Defendants in .5 .

1 sale, in front of the Court Hnue in the town I indUcriminafely nil ..i..li note*, n "ouflt,. &c.. ns MPH ciiino nlo I., dell out of th. Eastern FORWARD ALDRI6H, AhZnIuIS1rtr1X.1'VOtiCea'

orJcklonYilie.in said county,on the first Momlayin shall be'found ternaining in her hands unsettled on and l in Southern Circuit Florida: On Circuit motion ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LL\v. N i i. herrbt e'i.en to nnlitur '. r"

; 4I4 January next, between-the legal. hour of the lt March next enduing. William F. Crahtrce, Esq.\Solicitor for the said J:7ViII: practice in'ihe .*everal Courts of Law ..n..n ill.i? ioii! inlMilioa in the },f'.4

' 'aleonlhatday, a certain negro male lavecalled S HENRIPTTA BERNARD, Complainant and Equity in the,Eastern Circuit of Florida. Matthew Hindle\ deresedani.ialI trw1i5'h

: JOHN; taken in execution' a* the property of Admini.tratrix E,t, ie of Henry 'IT is OitDKitKD. That the said D., M. Van WM. A. ..nnwA n. S,. Augu.tine. may have any claims or .ilrmnmi ...

.JftM
.Its: Wm. B. ROM. S Jacksonville December,11th, 1846. 4w AqtiilIa 1 James B.. ;Mtirphy, ameborxhibile 1 .t or wt_<*rtiiiwoyrnr withhsiIes'r"
THOS. LEDWITH. Sher rO. C. aupy t Morgan Stephen,Eddy, firm illi; slate tfi y willIVrons 1..Lrtrl-
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Levin L. Levy, Benjamin Leeds LIVINGSTON & DOWNING
rIa; Jacksonville, Nov. 13ih, 1846. To All Whom ,it ITIay Concern. Robb do appear. and answer the ,Compl.i.anhlBill and Andrew ATTORNEYS- ,AND. COUNSELLORS, .. having claim tenth d'mllll.l.l _{.IwtlwEtatr J

is hereby given that I cluim to be of ,Complaint within four months from, theilate'nf AT LAW. I nrc requested' to |I"f"* nt tliemMclnimh t.4bi
ii} :TAX COLLECTOR'S 'SALE. NOTICE" "" of the East half of the NorthEast the publication this order the KWill pmctice"the,several Courts of Law ofMarbm fl" *ir,anti rIM"".D1It

-- BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I quarter of section twelve in Townahip nine, will be tnken as confessed ngainst them., or same and R.,Foquity.G. in the.Eastern Circuit of Florida. Alachua count"v, a* my acnuc.whLout ihi&'l

-- shall expose for sale, before the Court' Hou ilp. of range eighteen. South and Eat.by transfer from IT is FURTHER ORDERED, That the said Martin LIVINGSTON.DOWNING Newnansville.C..W FRANCES HIiVDtET,, ,
,
; p A door, intliec'.ty: 'of Jacksonville, county of Duval Charms Thompson dated 31-t December 1831, L. Baker, nnd the said John Watersfon.do Port King. Admiil't'An'i't .

- on the 2nd Monday' in April 'next. The following and ntthe expiration of six weeksfromtbis dale, and answer the Complainants said Dill within appear two, ,JAMES W. 1411,. J34G 6m _

: property; or ,much thereof a*will pay the State I shall apply to commissioner of the General month. from the date of the ,publication of this BRYANT, N01'JC&ALL : :

Tax'for 184. and State and County'Tax for tDO' Land Office to have the purchase money paid on Order 'or the .same will bo'taken as confessed. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, haf demands'a **
ear t8(610.000' acres or' hod on and about said Tract refunded persons tag Ia'
y by Cblrl.Thump.on, to me; against them. Jacksonville Fla. ;*
of John Brown late of
;
E: ; Tront Creek known as the Sibbald Tract;' 1,009 the land being within he limits of he Arredondo AND JT is FURTHER ORDERED. That S ,

rIIi: ; '.erelon Dunn*Creek.belonging' to the heir of Domingo Grant. JOHN J. HELVENSTO.N. 'of'this Order duly certified by the 'Clerk a of copy this AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT Nassau county wtthtn, will the please legal render' d tUthenticateii *iV.f !t,
Hi Fernandez 282 ar.rN'on the St. Johns December Jab ,
Newnansville 1846. Gw' Court, be' published in some newspaper'' .
pjp : *River, at ''a' puce called St. Joseph,and owned within the Eastern: Circuit of Florida I once printed a week ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. AT LAW, ate immediate indebted to tlte. said Estate, will ,

tL1P! : 'by the Estate of Waters Smith 282 acres on the NOTICE., consecutively for four month' Jacksonville, Fia.S payment 'inJOHN
.
'IPILE! St. Johns River called St. Joseph, and ownt-d WEEKS after date, I shall THOS- ,S A. CA VEDO, Euf"
the
DOUGLAS
apply to Judge.
5IPLI.M .\ James Singleton; and adjoining the last 'abovementioned SIX I In Circuit Court Femandina. July 3r 1346.. 611I _
j the Judge of Probate for Nassau county, OSCAR HART'Clerk of said Court, do hereby .,
Tract 11.50 acre. situated on Sam- for Letters of .Administration ,on the Estate.of certify the above to bn a true copy of 'an'Order OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, -A4mIHISratOl"8 1 &,

'pit Swamp*, near Nassau River owner not known. Margarita Rosy, Ute of Fernamlina.'decensed. 'made and'entered in the above entitled cause on "FOR ALACHOA AKD LET! COUNTIES SIX MONTHS after dat I shill ew .rt
,
: THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff. D. C. 4 JOSEPH ,BERGALLO.Femandina the 15th day of August. A. ,D.i 1846. < t. AMUfnr In attach. ,? Honorable Judf ollM F '
?OLX, RICHARDS & Co "
; S By A. W. CRICHTON, D. Sheriff. December llth 1846. 6w WITNRSS \WHEREOF hereunto > C uDtI nrNasiiiu, fur a Each 'It
nrn
,, Oct. 91846. v:.. >!Tnt sworn to, allowance of .
M Jacksonville
_,a j -, lL S.l.] set my hand and affix the seal I of said BRYAN JOIIKSOK. I *427 I000Imae.. my accounts and-voo
'_ i-trnioron .ul i
tlw c.
'DR..AMBJER.'would Court .$1000. e-ttte of Willitmi.f )
S .,'* Levy County Sheriff's Sale. DENtiST give, notice that he has OSCAR HART. Clerk. abownamml J defendants. aW county c,1;and* for .4aiI,SCb'1'
55. ILL6e sold on the first Monday in January TilE and all other ( Adminui> saM estate.WILLIAM .
iion
located himself in Jacksonville September.25ih. 1846. 4m : '. 1 Interestecl. rummy on
I I,);' next (1847,) between the bouts of 10& in ; ate hereby notified at'she WINGATE.idtar..
4 the practice of Dentistry and having institution uf, the aWe,:rmmed c .
S
2 o'clock on that day,the South West ..Quarter sun by auarhnvm. Nov .
; J 3. 184U. 6n "
Runaway Negro >
other business interests in the Canglit and -
place, intends required to
and
the South West Quarter Section 7 to appear pleail' to ihe Declar J :
Township make it his winter residence TAKEN UP and/ committed to.Jail Uon filed In' ; .'' L
permanent occasionally j a said cause at'I the AdniiHistrat 'N
nrxi Term
:'IsvRaago 19, and the North West Quarter of the i.f said
'I. Nertb: .West Quarter of Section 18 16 Visiting; some other places in the,vicinity, in t. I1pgro'man about 25 years of age,'fiy" feet Court, in'default whereof,Judgment will be rraJe.J 'THErst ,c.I lnr.dir "utnd- .
Township
t 19 South and EaltcontlninI8 this, way securing to jhe community the.general $inches in height! bright black, aUght ly as fur, ,,want ore.plea. l in the t't'*-* WilJia' >
.' Range or advantages of residence., pock marked, gives his. ..ISAAC S l lets of ,1I'tf'I. lit
.as.moeh aswill satisfy the" taxes dne the nine a permanent [ < name ; ; R. G: 'LIVINGSTON N" ai| counij, Flo5.
.1 with on All, :,operations .in Dentistry, performed, and for.the present year, 1846.) all costs. and expeases and that he belong' Wm. i.'
says to
S for warranted. P. Craig, of ,the Newnansville!, October 9ib;,1846.M 3m at end, 1tPir.-'lhtt H.morabfc. Is&JJ.
accruing ,advertising the 'same. The .- II
r r9 named lands are situated in Teeth set from a single one to,an entire set., Manatee Hillsborough, cou i. The owner i. : bale, of NjMsaii'coun''. at avOwrtbe .f r..rI

Ii .above Wilhlscooebe short distance Levy above County' on Nov. 27, '46. tC requested,to.ome' forward,:prove rropprI'p! ; 1 AciBlIBJltrater'8 :Notice. held at tbf,Court HOUSe'i hi.aIJ US'7& t
: the, a the well '
'
charges and '
take -
m. E
Mma"8Y' ereditor.
S ,.llstrilHitees and first 1\Io In iSJftand awt
S others dat April. "i .I
Fort Clinch and Interest
R k. ri.placecaUed' owned and .
''IL
Cotton GIHn JOHN'PARKER ed fn iheEstate tot.b.dlVfrnm
d. '
,
aDd of Samuel Russell. ratA arty they have.'why r, w.s4d .l
k Claimed by JatnesLynch, bounded by U. 's. ot '
THE Subscriber,in consequence of.the central Sheriff Hillsborough county. Nassau cnunI1 Frftrld.,' .f all further adminiir 4fon.of lIt! E0'
r have been.lands arvIereby cited
,'Uod,unJe s there, The above ,land will recently be /wrclia sold 't bOf e.of the crops,:,has'determined. j ,toreceive Tampa,. Bay, 'Sep embor 4th. 1846. : tf:_ 'and' arft nbbi-ft',, be and arp..er at and before said William WrCuller., In- pursosplicatloa 'r/1Ii.z:

adjoining. of L [E. at I. i orders for ginning cotton: at a reduced Per Sale S'S the Hnn.,JudC"'oCProbal, of Naisaa c then and;ihereT io bt..J&hJ.pili
lb.Cuwt Boost Y1county. Dani..I'l price. ,His charge ,will be one centond half ., at Court' of Probate uniy ALBKRTIAVDodtocK !
ti W D., ANDREW 'Sheriff' a pVrpound j||I VALUABLEHece nfUnd to be held at the CIMJ" (o\rt. E. R. "'
S I ; Messrs. containing House in 'said, ..
,Fernandez & Bisbeo will 184*.
55 reeeire -i-242 county, on the first MilWSVpt. 18.
!acre Mtoday
and Tax Collector for Levy cimmy. *," .nliblli..l&uatPd ni .
:- on Flf'ridnl'bland
S all him January 1817
,
.:..: .OctoUrt3, 1846. cotton coosifncd'to at Jscksonvilla free ofcharge on the St. Johns, river For a description and shew Cios,'lta l1,1bf.1 h,.. _,. :461 ICE. t' '
whil should
and' it
will be returned "Dn, \
,. .to them at. bat of the land dikharrd ( jfl *
: quality of the soil, ond also for terms rom further .1. af'sirrfete..I.haItpP17
:3O3. -1fJiIIlt IMG plies without expense:to tho o! er! ,Orders' anrvs'ectfuflysohichted. inquiw'of' Dr. A; S. Baldsrin Jacksonville or of; -.administration of'he Estate rsald: Samuel Ka..11. SIX. *J wU of Prubute*of the Ownj .,

.. the" ubscnber'4it.Wire' tn.r'Ind'ft cor1 1 arpli atIothenand! .'t.".1
there CorLM..
Lakt. of
Marlon borough kdmIsastfI
w-la.r. c
S &x.IDITlevit.J AJ
uczunou1 ; .. ,:. ; : JOHNSSAMMIS.. : .. w i ,toLemadebYl1'M. to said Cot ; Jeeesse4l. 1'ueIh
:- .{ t ..j.n.r.X2KtTW "IT TJIM'OfriCi.: :i ir : Monday .5 < $. F.-HALLIDAy/; ,'i f S. '\VU.LIAM ste.ot Louis, !Uii WpII.. '. ;;
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