The Florida news
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 Material Information
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 15, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057493
oclc - 02705858
notis - AKP5519
lccn - sn 83016250
System ID: UF00054483:00232
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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rrallldDitUdwid not mark. d with the number BIT AVTKORIY.Jnua TJitt_ the business of the vsali. anstitu-. : tim other of; the stitution. ; : / :
fqrb'1jad L lany ,pubUc jioundi'ithin Sec.'7. And :'be it
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rt1v3rejwilt be con nurd until : tro !haIl: l enacted/
.fluer'.s'fl' of fbe .t1 'ilNi $1utciIJZaae4! a tlae e. conducted, al \he city : -! the city"'of Washington belong That the. ;
rbsrg'1 r. TuTutNiu1k of secretary board:of .
lie board :jre-
:rFre ", iu be rtarrM for all ttnnueeifcabaate' flrat Jlk'Nion.r .COBCHAP. |.Washlngton.bYJ ,a.: .: ofregentsthe .iugtotbeUnitcd States,'whiclrjiaid regents shall takd .
".r ,'*. rtas. .oyj .name of the Kegents of. the :: 'select) gents ; charp-elbe.baiJd.i '
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Far Sir Month. : 9 iwtitution and
One tqlft" 00 Act LitIoflian! _Institution tto .fc com- of the : .
10 An herein, named
t't1JtMJI *naCrrdio : : I 177.- mtrjring appropriations persons ; and shall under their'direct Ton make -
'N otre fair
.Arplnultn for Letter* Administration :; 00. t .forthe payment of Ttfavy: pojed.of the Wee: president. of tie ;U. the said ground so selected shall be set and, accurate record of all, their a
1yAIireJig s4)u* wm beiaserW'1 forthe3'etr: end ng thirtieth: feMtes, the .Chief,Justice.of the United: outbproper metes and bounds, and a proZc .
pensions dmgs, to preserved in BidizIMj.tUtion
communication.rr ....mreJ. StteSAd; the Mayor: ,:of Thq city of description of the slmll be -
;:::rAfl ainiMMe personal Jane, one thousand eight (undred and ; same made and the said secretary shall nlsa
.. u. m4Tflhf'ment. Wfis.hingjon' aqring'betitncf r ,which and recorded in n book to be"prov' ded '
I"1 on lhrHOLMES forty seven. i discharge the duties of IibrarLuiaad
All MIU for Job prnLng. must Vs shall of .
Jtlinof1.rtbe rr Wftfnr \. _Sec. :1. Be it enacted bj the Senate they ,hold :theirrespective: offices ;. .for that purpose, and signed by the said keeper of the museum, and ,with
: AU mmmQllir..1R." ma.t be' adM'f'd In and'' House Representatives s of the .. three members of the Senate, and three regents, or BO'many of them, ns:may be the consent of the board of may,
"sttlgl jL _ _ U. members regeis'employ
.GIL1.1TT & 1IiXA1fle It. of-the kouseof convened at the
.-- United States 01 America' \tongress. HepTesentatiTcs : time of their ,said,or- assistants; and the, said ontcerr .
& CO.iTKSSRS. I assembled. That :the following hums be, together with' six other ,perafns! ginization ; and such record, or copy shan receive :f their services uch. '

& CO., .h.*nnmnml. i and the same are hereby appropriated, other of: than member.of_ Congress, .two thereof, certified by the chancellor and sum as may' be allowed by the, boariloCregcnis ,. .
HOLMI-S whom
11.1.i,. .I''rk .,f Ali J."n'iz.l to th- Inrro out of any money in the treasury not shall be. members' of the, National secretary of the board.of regents, shall ,to be: paid! ; se _)'-ObnQa Q. : ,
b.ftdittr f..rnw-rb s"r''Y; ..... tJ.i.d. S.itep. otherwise appropriated,'fpr.the payment- Institute in the city;of Wnshjng-; .be received in 'evidcnceSh" nil:co rtsoftheextenjjrid I. the fir t-dny :of January and July; and "
P 'f'r"ildi.. Th'y ;rnvrsA14 ton, and resident, in the said citvJandthe ,boundaries ;of tti landsappropriatd
a..nii'" ..I1M G4 f-- of navy pensions Tor the yea endingthe : the. said officers shall be removeablVhy' -
'A '.h.4r .u.ek. 1'1I. ,I 'I.'A' arTivk$4, (rum. thirtieth June thousand other, fourthereof. shall e inhabitans to the said institution ; the board of whenever
G."drtf' '- one eight regents their
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i---- \.J"..-t....ref n 1I..rtmf"n.r;....-. I*reWI.n.. ..... &e.. &.r... ,,.Lid I I hundred and forty sever. of States, and no 'two. r them, of ; and upon \he making, of such. record judgment, the interests\ of the institution
4-". .1'I! Mt rej'wi.4 rri"'jII. le same &ate. And the regents to be such site apd lands shall be deemed and
4111'c ..' rrv1'nl I.' To pay invalid pensions, ihirty two require any \pf the said officers to-
T.-. .I1 IW..... .|Mt |,nrftl I t" .,.turd.a4".. C.II|IIt3gheI .. thousand thice hundred and thirty five jlected as ,aforesaid shall be appoin- taken to le appropriated by force of be changed. ; ..
Ilt1 .'i b.'r "HlII.-.f I. r.o".lry.I'1 .tkd immediately after this act to the aid institution.
I" the of
Sec. And
II.IH. passage 8. be ,
dollars and cents. It further enicted
.. .. HIM! nmkrI"1"1 C1I.h a.Ivsnrs Uti forty, ,,
; 7far' n. I tis: act-the members of the. .Senate ,:$ec. 5.! And be, it further"enacted That the and
..,..,1flflllld<< t' 11a19r 1 ii-n4I4 in S""DII"nh 1iflm To pay the pensions. widows of officers ; members honorary members :
L,.r1c-'ura. .... Nun. r.tf'So. I seamen, find marinesj;';; 'welve] b j the, .President ,thereof: thejinembers That, so soon as the Board of regents of said institution may hold suck

T1ll-3 it-w ,srirk I ..r \\ rUff-lit. IrnnWhirlS ..flil! thousand dollars: oft> be House by ,the Speake thereof, shall have selected,l .the .said site, they stated and special meetings, for the'supervision. '
;rIt"lt-'.. | .I.\. "'mpllJI r""C"uU am six other persons byjoint, resolu. shall cause be erected 'a suitable bUIlding the.
1846. aflairs of said institution
Approved, August pt.
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I. ticks of-the Senate of plajn! \ and durable
c. nnd
j4. nVtI" 'Il''''U'.. r.. tf I. House of Rente" and and the advice and instructionofsaid
s.curatives ; and the members of the structure, \fithout unnecessary Qrna-' board of be caU'a-OJ In
III. \. 1"J.I'lt.: woul.l ellA P. 178.-A Act to establish the regents, to
f T S r'Vl,* ...ttrr 'I'"' 'It.* II n* "Smithsonian Hstitutkmj" for the increase Hoise so appointed, shall serve until ment, and ;f sufficient size, and with the manner'provided for, in the bylawsof .

-i 5rp* |Iiqiitm4| 'iiimiwli' in Jark.f and difusion cf the ourth Wednesday in December, suitable.roons or halls for the recep.I said institution, at which the President .
knowledge .
...... t he ,.fI.ro1l.- .. I h...:i.i..'.. nn.l lwirictl the econd next after the of I tion and arrangement, upon a liberal and in his absence the Vice
passage President
.IJ.n ....... .. ........ i,, .,. I among men. .
.", h' 'II )I. I.: <. lTi \ this ct and then thereafter scale of objcts, of natural including
Ihfl.s14llw'4 ; biennially history, j of the United
States shall
of ,
.. I... r wi.."" .. "il..tll MIUM1'. ."- James Smithson, (Esq., London, in pre d t.
1ak4 l 1rIiIit'.l. ,,. .. on etery alternate fourth Wednesday a geological and mineralogical : side. And the said shall make '
.tti illt: ... !ft. "I U' r.IIII"1 i. ii '1etl1iV,, n the kingdom of Great ijritain, having regents ,,.
4bi..1It ...t eeor'.Ir1I1: '" ,I,.. r.'fll'll'iiI'. 11.1- ;;fntrntisa I by his last 'will' and testament of.Jicember, a like number, :shall be i cabinet; also.: a chemical laboratory, a i from the interest of said fund, an appropriation .

vNtam4 .,[ml ..-c-m. ,......, ,... .t"f''''', the whole) of his appointed in ,the ,same manner, to.serve : library, a galary of art, and the neces- not exceeding an .
ttl ..'jwrdi..;'. 1'1' D..htidlly |"'ir I'rUIPI. nmlTffili I given the United JStrtes of [property to until Wednesday in Decem sary lecture idoms; and the said board of twenty :five thousand dollars average-annual .

..rr."'''-''.< fro'ii III iu.,....*.. .nr lit ua ..iituv. ,..t. found at Washington,.under p.merica the name, to ber, \ihp second succeeding their appointnent. !. shall have authority, by themselves, or )ly, for the gradual formation ,of a, libra,* '; ,

> ,.*_?. '4//, tSBnnsurar of the "Smithsoaian In[litution," an And the Senators so ap by a committee of three of their members ry composed of valuable works pertaining :' .

-: : Xcgrro- -- Ctnlt.---- establishment fir the increase and pointed shall serve during,the term for i to contract for the completion of to all departments of ,human kubwK.. ','

TAKKN: U I' 111..1! r- lflHtt'il. t.i .1111. n diffusion of ]knowledge whiclj they shall hold, without_ ; reelection such building. upon such plan as,may I. edge. _. .

.-cr.lrnN "I.....' ':!,:'j )..'.rc.ef 11-', fi' fr'r't.i and the United States laving mong men ; their office as Senators. ,*And vacancies be directed by tile board of regents, Sec. 9. And be it' further eia ted.

.i irlj-.. i" lifip'.u! liricht lilnr}k. lightly by an occasioned by -death,,.resigna. and shah take sufficient security for That of ,any:' other moneys which havet .
'. ;. act of Congress receivd said
ocl. -i IIH ISAAC -
lit=- nwin "M ; properly tion the and '
rim-El dr otherwise shall be filled building finishing the same according accrued shall
.. tr/st/ as vacancies or hereafter accrue*.
I..J .hin affil .'.ht. MI llMMiMM. .f"iu| MrriMl, and accepted said ; therefore
.lsl. car. iht I... 1s-"e'- -.. tci U'n. I*, (tniijr. "I.tlt.J... for the faithful exec tion of said, in committees are filledandthe to 'the said plan, and in the 'interest upon;the said Sraithsoniaa. .

},1 I.Il.-. I1IL1Jl4efl't11 .....".'.,.. ,T1itrIlm..kmI iwin'rn.l t. trust according to the[will of the liberal other six members.aforesaid, shall time stipulated in such: contract;: add fund, not herein appropriated, or not

: 10.1"04'"." (IIr..ltnl.) I.\. 3'fljWtt. I'3'dimr and serve, two for two yearst ,two for four may so locate said building, if they required (or the purposes herein provided .
,. enlightened nor-
"ii, II :' Mm 1I\\1t"JOHN. .PACKER.S yearsand two for six years ; the terms shall deem it proper,:as In.npp arance, the'said manag rs are.hereby-:.aa--

S!,"- ( ..f JIilUlMT-Misli cniinty.Ra. Sec. :1. Be it enacted y the Senate of service, in the first place, to be deter-_ to form a wing to the Patent Office thorized to. make ,such disposal'as.they j
JI. ifFor and House of "Represent: ives of the U. I mined; lot but after building, and so connect the same shall best
Tinpi ._._S_-_ji'fuUrlili.__._Itf_ by ; the first term, may deem ,suited for. the promotion *- .
r sat, States of America in Co ;press sssem- then their regular term of service shall with the present hall of'said Patent Office of the purpose of the testator, anything

A VAI.UAUI.K |.itTi- ..r 1t.I. rontnininjrtiunli .bled, That the Preside and Vice be six years ; and new elections thereof building, containing. the national herein contained to the contrary

:1.U sri-... iihl" >.l 'in1u.1.o''h.St .lp I"#; President of the .United i :ates, the ,Secretary shall] be made by. joint resolutions of cabinet of curiosities, us to constitutethe notwithstanding. :- .:. .
Jh.... .h..r. Fur ((1""t"rIIIUft of State, the Se etary of the1'reasury said hall in wh k in the Je-
Congress ; and vacancies occasioned Of part << Sec. ,10. And be it further enacted "
.. I' : ,
; .f th .it. "nd alUr. Inr svr'n .
4h.1iA.9'iiiltv the Secretarjof War, the by death posite for the cabinet of said institution That ,the author '
resignation or or proprietor of
illrr .I 1 A. S. INHwiii, J ''rk..nvUl.t nr mel may : any '
,h.ib.crI.rr, at \\'.r,!'* I..&k". Mnrinn I ctinty.fl.tiiI ". Secretary of the Navy, tb Postmaster be filled, like manner, by joint resolution ) if they deem' jt expedient do soPzovidedtridbizilding :- ,book, map chart, musical composition,, ...___., 1' .4
.. S.K. HALM_ () General), the ..Attorney: .General, the Congress! ; And the said'rqrents' shall be located' print; cut, or jravibgjtbr which a co
or&isu;. if. Chief Justice, and theDommissionerof said Patent Office lot in the '
shall meetin the city of Washingtonon upon manner pywright shall be secured under the

To AH Wliom it :il.ty Concern.NUIICHi the Patent Office of thtfnltcd' States, the first Monday of September, next aforesaid:.Provided, however, That existing acts of Congress, or ;thecev

: Ififliv sivii ll<4t I claim to IN* and the Mayor of the cif of Washington after the passage of this net, and organize the whole expense of the building and which shall hereafter, Be. enacted :TCJ-.
'. wr ..f ll*. Kvi: })tr.ilf ur II|M North during the time ff which enclosures aforesaid shall ,
: exceed
.. .. ... nine. : they by the election of one of their number not pecting copywrights, shall, within three
K t ( riHMi t w.lvm. in "wn..tlll' ,
..4.rtiijc qi.rirr j**ifhi.-T. S..iii mol cat. .v transfer free tn"h shall hold their respectre, offices, and as chancellor, who shall be the pre- the amount of < dollars; which months from the publication of said. ..

( rl;- Tl""'nj....". .l.ns| :il.t I),-*'" nilK' 'r, 1331 such other persons as tiy may elect siding officer of said board of regents, sum is hereby appropriated, payableout book, map, chart,, musical composition,

4nJ .t ilw..x'nl'| ; ..... . I .h. ,!Iii '...iiMii lit tlm General "
-rrJy I. HMi r constituted; establish otherwise with
,. hereby a 'Smithsonian Institution, and a suitable appropriated, together cause to be delivered, one copy of the
Iud .
U$ I..lln. ie' 1..1..i l344' nM3ttI* jalel tin
y "
.....Tnf't I1T C1iw-. TJ..o. ....r""rl..l.n m..; ment, by the' name oihe "Smithso person as secretary of said insti- such sum or sums out of the annual interest same to the librarian of'the Smithsonian.., "

cs..ll" (,.of,,: i''it"',, I... lirni' a-hip. AI"ndu nian institution," forth increase and tution, who shall also be the secretaryof accruing! to the insiitutlo'I1S may, Institution, and one copy :to the librarian -

(;n,.t. jusix J. lir.I.VKNSTOX.Sflistrator's : diffusion of knowledgeamong men ; said board of regents; said board in any year, remain unexpended, after of Congress Libiary, for the: use of
!\"trn."iU. {)" ,.u.I..r I lilt, 184G. Gw and that sbalLe known the of the in-
and current
-- by name shall also elect three'of their own body paying expenses the said libraries. : -j .
A m1 -Notice. have perpetual succesan. with the as an executive committee, and said regents stitution. And duplicates of all such Sec. 11. And ..be.it further enacted, : "

powers, limitations, an( restrictions shall then fix on the timefor ,the contracts as: may be. made by the said That there is reserved to Congress"th'e.

N/trIC-I.rMiM 1..1.\! i.:'se..ii.litii t. .rebti.rs lun in th '"FNtnlrwho f. Itnll| I, hereinafter contained, ari no other. regular meetings of said board ; and board of regents shall be deposited with right'of altering, amendfng,, aadiBgtcvor

.r j4ffl \\' .. .i.-d.,....1 'e> ,11 r-ar..n. Sec. '2> And te it fuhcr enacted, on application any, three of the regents the Treasurer of the United States; and ,repealing 4ny ,of the provisions of
...,L.) ..'sey ..I"i".. ..1' .1..1.,vhaipvr Risitp4twdr..t all claims on contract made as a-, this act Provided That .
much of the the of any
That 80 of the to secretary the said institution i : BO contract,. '
pmerty __ _
ef .
.j.i | Pft" .In' 4ud.-- th > !lop i a a a
mm v n .1
foresaid shall be allowed and certifiedby
..., said James mnnson I it shall he his to or individual right, made or acquired
t3iw.J "f' ."'',...,...1 "..Iti.. IhE"" pi.i.aml fIr t... asjias been received duty appoint a '
q'1'rl'r-fnllH..t, sit (lri,. ...r. 1E45. they will, I in mon y, and jid into the i special meeting of the board of regents, the board of' regents, or the executive under such provisions, shall be thereby. '

3L.rr..i1.. suewl lijiut I "ill _t>|tlv In 11.- js. of Treasury of the United states,. being 'of which he shall give notice by letter committee thereof as the..case maybe divested:impaired. *h" 4

rV.4I.L,., s.( IJil1.i.re.i. ..... e""tIII'. tI'.. r'wlh the sum of five hundred and fifteen to each of the members ; and at anymectingbf and, being signed..by the ..chancellor Approved, August 10, 1816. :.f .
JI\'i" 1)"1"1.... f.., ;.
J NIU .m.;.uI ,<\.lre.ki.ete.r.ISC7. 60al (1iiIrbrP thousand one hundred. sixty nine said board, five shall constitute and secretary of the board, shall be JUHN W, 1UVJS-: ( .

\VII.I.IAJL! WKKKS.: AilmV dollars, be lent to the Cited States a quorum to do business. And a sufficient voucher for 'settlement' and Speaker of the House, of Kepiesesta. .

1ur.D.9.s.jaG.' ...... Treasury, at six per centper annum each member of said board shall be payment at the Treasury the,United tives. G. M. DALLAS, ,

S e-- J.dr.tIt1".rnij- .- ._ .interest from the first day ctjeptemter, paid his necessary travehlingand' other. States. And the board,of regents shall Vice President of the U.:States .

;1\T filar.; ,. i.'i.......'., si.. II ,., rsillior iuec.. J..mt'ul in the year one thousand eiht hundred actual expenses in attending meetings. be :authorized to employ such 'persons and President of the Senate

ii' .".......'is..1 "Ii.it..i.'n in I 1)0 E-l..i.per.. of and thirty eight, when th! same was of the board, which shall be audited by j as they may deem zcssarytO, superintend JAMES ,K.,IPOLIL : .

.1I.u1..w.. 1bjk',.1..1. ieisI tie BJJ. tvrfnnfL wnr received into the said 'Tnsury ; and the executive"committee, and recorded the, ,erection of the buildings! and -- .
'1 Ln. .ny. fInt4 firman d... wliaipvpr that much of the interst the of said board but his I I fitting up the rcoms of the instition.: The young Dutch ess of Bordeaux,. S-
lIZh4tMr i"...,.... ill ,..U I-'t., ,so : us ,may by secretary ; ,
unT.mi .
teat liar And all laws for the of public lately the Princess Maria Theresa Beatrice
.. ,
.11)00. ",1..lti'.1 "F ......rt..1 within ihe' have accrued on the said im on the : service as regent shall be gratuitous. i
,.flT'llrei(Th.m M.i .Uir. "tf"V will IN burred..riOlI of first day of July next, %finch will And" whenever money is required for : property in the ,city of Washington of Mode a, possessed in her own.
17"':.iss L"'i.t FidlttI. viI shall to and be in force for, the right,the estate twelve: millions, '
apply snug
'I'm'Dd.ICC .in.; hfnt the of the debts .
..I.t.: ., .,...... ilC( |'| amount to sum two ,hided and paymentofthe or performance. -
..M.lftt..la..rhri..1..1..1.. *""-, Ilarm' in John Al. forty two thousand one hiidred and of the ,contracts'of the institution, protection of the ,lands. buildings, and of pounds sterling, or a, little less_ than.

..(A hq. taHiti!."..4 Cueiuy.mv i*.".nts tel T--bum"rithoatIXes C.drla EH.., twenty nine dollars, or so mih thereof I: incurred or. entered Into_ in conformitywith other property of said institution. And ,sixty millions of dollars._ ( .

FIt\ shall the board the of this for. all moneys recovered by, or accruing .
HINDLKV. an by of regats of the provisions act, or The people of Massachusetts anndal- .
A dminhtr.. to, the institution, ,shall, bc, paid into,
rx. institntion established by tis act, be making the purchases and, executingthe .
A"eet14h produce cent '
1:15: 50per more
Gra of the United States: to
the ,
deemed necessary, be, and the ame is objects authorized' by this net, the or wealth than any equal population in. .
AdmjRbt r'8 Notice. hereby 'appropriated for the rection board of or'the executive committee the credit ,of the Smithsonian bequest,
: .. the United States according to. the
<<'t'ftt.i.. ,
Tin ,11 4'lr1kwiee. abd c.d..n inte', and separately accounted for, a< provided : ,
.. ill IIk I'.tft..lVillU'1II: of suitable buildings, and for otier current thereof, may certifytto the chancellor most accurate returns._ Thoughnotone .

Late, t( x...... e".,wi.. narida, clieim'med lcCul1..y.. incidental .expenses of sad :institution and secretary .of, the board, that ,in ',the act approved July) first, sixth of New York ia eXlent -er' .

'at leti4.y ilk I ..riiiml.. .,i4. ..,'.......i.&a4"J& 'f) I.. and ItI'J"'IIr are' ;.and that six per, cent. nterest 'such.sum of money.is require:; whereupon eight en :hundred: and thirty. six, ac-' Territory, this State.has,'sevea hundred .
f'fllh. H'si..sraW .h.. J"r" or l'r.X.cla theaaid fund it shall examine the and cepting.said, bequest.. -SJ
list.-,4 '- on trust ,being je. said, ( they same; miles of ,.railroad.. _*
k- .,theC.iri! c.jut.1111I1in..utl" JI.CtOrt ofrohate 10 amount of five hundred and fifteen if they shall approve thereof- shall certify Sec. 6. And.'be it,. further ,enacted .e ;v

, fint, M.......! ift"i... 117. .u4 4iew U'U1.un cauwif thra thousand one hundred and sixkr' nine the same 'to" the.'proper officer of That, in proportion as .arrangements Musket? Jfl//>.-:TheSt. JiduisUmoa ; "

. el tills"L.-u, .(..... -I.v J .......Id ; AI. 1M diubarrfl'd dollars, received.into.' the'.United States te .Treasury for ,payment. :And 4e'Said :can bemt\de: for their reception, says; a great.quantity,of musket balls : 1"

,Iu Wjfllap.i: qrtl.Me4ufl.tmini.r.linn. of the Eidi.1e of- Treasury .on.the first'of Septem er, one'toou&:2nd board shall .submit Congress,' all objects of &art and of foreign:-and of manufactured daily at ''the Arseaal ,

; e"J""* ,! .!4 I 't..n. 'ih 0 bd purqiance mw of 'an _P-' eight hundred and thirfr> eight, at each session thereof, a report qf;the' curious.:research,,and all,objects .of natural near that city. They have A machkcr -

. (;.'...... r.. it. ALBERTI.byiVe Adm'or I"fill, payable in half yearly 'payment!'on the operation, expenditures, and( condition history,. plant5afldgeOlOIC4! and there by which:they _make,one hundred.an4 -:

: -- ..1111.; S1I2L '114<<" ',p.. first of JanuaryandJuy) in eac1iyear. .of'the'i inatit tion. ', 'niincralogical:specimens, belonging,,or .eighty per miuute, said to be inwk \

. 'lV.dee, ber and'thei Bftmeis hereby appropriated Sec. .4. And. [be it. further enacted,. 'hereafter to.belong to.the.United States: faster than 'they 'can make :theni ai C ,: .

4 SlXIIUNTIIS af'dp. ,- :,""" for,the perpetual :maintenance,and Thatafter r the boardof. regents shall which may'be the city.of Washington \Washington Within two weit &, ::

;.;'1 az: ; alki J..I"! ,,,%e.qj .t adminiatrat..r of support of said institution; and nil. .expenditures -: have met and, .become organized; i it shall in whosesoever custody the same :: is thought that ,OQpjOOO efbalIse: :, .

'i :d ....I. RnbflnjWr I..... iiam.Juo 1.be Cnhimbia 'a.apPfOpria ri' 'to. be. 'be their duty forthwith to elect a suitable .", may be, .shall be delivered,to'such..per: I shipped, from. .that point to ,the f ftt}of .. I .

:'rMil .......t:. r'lf 6n.1: s"tfrment o(4E.. made, from _time. to time, .to"the:parpoaes site *for such' .building"may be_ sons,as may be authorized;by the boardof war.- .

4 4 q155. 4..11t ihe'.amjJ spplyfr lette'r, Dr. : ef;the'institution aforesaid, t5haU.be-. necessary for the' institution;: which regents, to receive ..tern.and.ahaUbcarrnge&iasuchOtderafld ,I' \ > __ .14 -;...
-.-,.. b ..1.'Dl&tn f which ..... wclas f. The annual 'raised mike '
C ItpfrI.e1 t all I eu1eIJyely:from the accruing:Interest, ground may be taken and appropriated :: crop of bay .

-# ill..id JAS.Iatt'IL',. are de irrKl
:.-.-, .1L1Z1. : ROBERTSON.AdminUtrator., funH., And be,It iurther enacted,:That ,the city of \Va41iingt6n.Jyjng! .,between and study of them, ,in the building so .tons,,which at $Spe r. .toa t-.t.he aisrsg :>.' .

; -.--..-..--.al- all. the ,money and' st cks wtiicE'lia.Ve: '.the1 Patent: Office. an "Seventh street:' -as.aforesaid to-be 'erected,for,.the1O5t1tution -. home value, !isgth ,'*F2OOO9O.., :. -,< :t. .. ,

, S siu.r1: ,al ra&er'.J I date 1V8Ike.. iwflf tin yk r fterb,Tecetve4: into' PfoTideG; Thai' the' :President of the. : 5, and._theregepta; -of said n&tu. .:
4. -.C-," tJw.lt..ble 4 Jodge or snak.apprt.ri-obarfI! ( .tEaujofthe.UaltedState; : 'on:accoant -> ;United Steles-the Secretary of tJtate, tioa shall aCterward8.Hw.pecimeu: Pu1ic L : W f W ll.T'" ;l

;. ...- .f fl.H..."" ,, for goal -ine'ajjR4i4 of the; fand j qflathed:by.JaaES! the Secretary,of the Treasury the'Sec-: : in l 'sa.ural J1, t fY,.g ;. rinineral- ;Madison \VjSG88ul., ral, says : ,. ':'. :i.

,..a'th f1l .. PCMHIt aDd vouchers m. Arlreta Sflajthson, be,.aad"tb* same hereby are,> .retary Mat.'.i,(wausm C O'Na4IUate .ded : >jnstitatk '.byocchaages: of,du! waukee iad; lMmctt during the faut '. .
L '.. iorefaiidto"ihe_ treasury:of .Navy .:aBcl the Commissioner. i ojf the of:the >0i -
.Jm.Io..t'qdJ''A.al'diK -
: :
car A DI'.t"utiAJI nfl asimi _' thtd'S.je thestrns heb"j!) 'P.ate Office: ; shall" conscot to the: same; plicatevsp cimens i ?b.eflgiflg:,to jthelastkatibn year iockOod'1ce&;<) ;& laud: w1at '-:"' ..;.4"J

; ,,,., ""'JLLJA'M INGAT.A PJtaTp. dm r; pMti atd- 't s! '. fc X "1 'bit,1f.j :-i-Vv W persons'last'Raraed* 'zha1lnORt1nUchlocatif t; (whieh*. qeJ '&reher.by.::: au leaves: ..ittt5POQ&; 3>'aw .(k'tM; '' ;,.;.'.., I: &
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: ... ':'. tVs:; 7(1".. ,1<, ':.'L merely'. a desire: to- -. make the) roreverything ; ,perly was aestroyed by ,the : Ihdians'because $ Preamble. .l-and'. "*4 resolution T .- >js exempting, S..Walker, to'hjvW ie p1r :: Ii

HtahB E N: : : '. t'' ; ,that' ,happens\, ---*\ to -turn* .':/P' .- :; > ifchjd; beeifoccupied Ji>jr tje military 'the citizens St. Lucie county fromJury Judge .of the Southern! circat"-:
; dered
iW SOSYL.A3U IiJ 15.' 1847'Jf It, is in this )Kt' pre WESTCOTTVS' Th y destroy and pluf duly, lwlthout7the.: county, was 36th:balloting, on the 29th'decided ;
light .
...-V- ; __. -tll .... T ,. .. | because it vas fy ?temen'.r property.sue. -- adopted.- i. ,,',.. ., ,..
conduct wiUib] viewed by 'every'Dem'ocrat ; The jprraci fie of savage warfare i is |en* by speaker to Le

in! this St te. It will now be oral! host lity to ''the individual .of Thursday, Dec. 3lst.-Mr; Lorimer order.'T' ,\ \

.. trumpeted abroad by Whig papers, and the white i ation thy' war with; ana knd in-' offered 'a p eamble and resolution to :A. retolutjpn providing (at the

Tariff discriminde.murders) plunders, encourage aijd promote 'the growth of cation of lawamendatory
.t ..... abound papers, and high papers, devastatio ,is the rule whIch they erkftow or i. ,
., .. : silk and to ive a .bounty
; "' that Florida has elected a Whig Representative nothing, ;and .cara upon every stitution- was adopted.. 4 i
4 ".. .THE GENERAL. ASSEMBLY.On '. pound "of sill and cocoons raiseai" this A bill
.p. l her Democratic nations a- to alter the 2nd
: the b'th inst., the General Assembly Congressand l less, aboui the laws of 'reg 7 :section; of i
has "efused.to : nothing can be more' eey.- .State. V 7th, article of the *
Legislature \ approve ting wary-and consthutioa;
of tbo State Florida adjourned, '...
I : of the policy otQur C4overnment.: Our, dteulous 'than ,the attempt to: ap 1) A bill revive to keeping U. S. prim definitely postponed. t <
.t : after a session arduous from the amountr these 'ru/es/ to- 'sivnge'warfare.. T1
in thd of this'State Resolution
soncrs jails, passed.
r business before our,Legislator, and Democratic, electors,of Florida, a Southern 1 ,destroy'the' .life, and 'property' of appropriating hetu.lt i ,

from the many important reforms State will be indebted for this to 'whitemari, whensoever, whcresoe P: A. bill discharging, the fine, imposed Calhoun county, for 1847 and L ie,

: the friend. ..J! and the i iwhict r : upon Fras \\M I.. Dcrrance, at the 'fast the erection of a
i which; occupied their ,attention. During ., intrigues of false and hcwsoever they can ; court hotwe,jimf ;..;t"t. ,
; i : /( governed- them'' in, the destl c-, term of Marion circuit court, was read said county, were adopted. --'.16 .
.dt the course session, sixty THE LATE 'MEXICAN NEW-By reference tion fpoor old 'Mc.Brddley's properly, a',third time, and rejected. ,A bill for the,

r seven acts have been passed, and a very or' \ Jlf. Weedinan'Sjvas; precisely the House J'to' security of prO ,,
to ,our columns it will ,be's, en bill repeal the 6th sectionof found derelict or saved 1
large number resolutions have been sawc ,and no other which induced thedestruction from the ,
; that our relations, with Mexico, are them ,of Mr. Buloifsproperiyr the act organizing the circuit cotjrtsof and shore?'or the collection
: a 1 optcd. Upon examining'the: list of by distrWrf
again at .crisis.. By the latest intelligence to 'wit injury, to the While-, ,Florida, yas' lost by a vote of 5 to 9. Key '\V cst, was' lost ...
these which we give below, it will ,be : :
from the 'Gen. WORTH' bad man.. distinction be 'Hou ireamblc and resolutions
army, NO'Just ma e. e relative A bill i l to amend an 'actmilitia to'

; seen that the important questions urged ascertained. that. SANTA ANNA. was matching ; On the'contrary, those, who had'.troops to rtmail route in Nassau, Dural th *
: passed-by a
,the the voice' of ,voteof llL
I Legislature by 'their for the '
upon places enjoyed
upon him from San Luis to Sa'ltillo put"upon and Columbia counties, was adopted.
.r the whole people, have been discussed time being an advantage, and were favored 14'A ;.
at the head of 30,000 men. #eimmediately' Housebill to amend an act to bill to organize the
y : and incorporated into the body of our above those that were left to protect organize co }cl'

I. J laws. The following}are. the, principalacts despatched messengers to vthemselves.' The Government the Supreme' Court. of Florida, &c Holmes, was laid on the table.! .

Gen. TAYLOR, and that indefatigable should, ei her provide; for all our sufferers passed. A resolution providing 'that: tie ii.re'l

: / officer ordered up every man within or'for none.- .If bound to indemr;' A bill to amend the several acts relative ers certificates shall draw fire
?, An act amendato/y of the Constitu. it is bound 'all.-,j jI p ?'c':
riify to indemnify
Lt any
; reach, and.marched.to the niq of W rth. to proceedings in! Chaucery, was interest, was indefinitely ...
lion iennial cannot consent' to recognise prinf' postponed.
Iii t by substItuting/ sesszons.I any I! I
that the wouldbe
It was expected; battle A resolution relative
Also but, ciple whi h stops short provisions for lost.A to the ei
an. act reqUfrin'g one year'fireidence
{fought tij 25th: November last, all'the sufferers. Especially does this general law in reljtion to corpora- Ushment. of a light house, at In '
t in the State. in order. to'vote.. 4a
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and' anxiously\await thenext; intelligence course commend itself to me, when, ap tions, passed by'a' voteof; 12 to 2. river bar, was adopted.
&) A bill to provide; for the sale of the it chances to the the principt ..
the jt will case,
S from army, as un A bill concerning {ivorccs, passed A bill to regulate the
Internal Improvement Lands, and inr proposed in the Bulow, and other associate time..of&otdiag;
doubtedly bring us news r I vestment of the funds, &c eases, would result to'the bet'e-/' unanimously. | courts in the Eas'eru-crcujt of'Florid., ,

[tremendous"conflict that hjis ever yet fit of those few only who'notwithstin-- ,Friday, Jan. 1 t, J847.The committee passed unanimousl}.. .
A bill for the sale Seminary Lauds,
t taken place on American soil. It seems their losses and to whom
ding are still wealthy, was jt'ferrcd the resolutions A bill to establish a tariaor
: fa
and for the of *
?. ) providing investment that Gen. WORTH had only 1500 men the injury of almost nil who wer ac- of ''the Leg/slature/ of New passed. ,. .
Iv* proceeds, &c. tuallv impoverished and ruined by';the 4 t
at Saltillo under his command and it .
Hampshire, relating :o slavery, Friday Jan. 1st, 1S 7.- Ir.
R A law in to fatal calamities Caaou
general respect corpora of the'sn"nge wa/fare/ .1
does that,Gen. TAYLOR could
2 not appear that the 'kame filled offered
"t tions. in which it was our fate to be involved. wfre: with violent a resolution thftt ofiicen promoted

I A Tariff Fees. have mustered more than 6000 I to-meet I In short Fgo for RELIEF TO"ALL OR :OSE. misrepresentations and low assertions to .1 staff appointment,
; general maj. (
SANTA ANNA. It is possible that the In ttf the that thy
An act concerning Grand and Petit respect particular metj's'of |, wereevidently intendedas permitted t) resign their conimiMiboi
Mexican General'may' not immediately Mr. Bulow's account of losses I Know
I. Jurors. an insuli] and recommended; that in the line.
; ; bring on a decisive action but but little. I f may be a correct estimate
content '
may they be ret roed tcj the Governor uf .An act to authorize; "the
A Board
of Commissioners
to devie of his losses. or not. I did not tnc/er- payment
] ;
himself with the citieswe
.tlt and report a School System. surrounding take.to discuss its correctness, for I was New' Hamps ire. jurors, passed by a vote or 19 to 1LAlcssrs.
have taken off their
ill The bill relative to the payment of cutting supplies not sufficiently informed as to the value Mr. Floyd ntroduced I a bill to. amend Tow Leonard: '.tIaxwd1'l's.

Jurors failed through the Governor's and, forcing our army, broken up of his improvements. ; the criminal, n\vs of the State in certain K.r, Cooper, FlUr Iayson; Stockton, Mot-
it is into small detachments Yours
as to
.capi- very Respectfully, .
I L veto. 'J cases. I roe, Gibson, Finrior, Smith, nqJ'r .
tulate. SANTA ANNA has now advanced D. L., YULEE.
i "AYe are fully of the opinion that the a Preamble rtd resolutions in relation f j, ner, protested against the pn s.'geOBII
between Gen. WOOL and
I 9 Legislators have achieved ,all ,that was CON( nE ft. to the service! of Her. Jnb. Tucker, as :|! bill for the grounds, 1st, Tlwltn' ,'blninljcs
I tit andit is hardly I probable that they IN Dec. of 1
maybe SENATET-JJ/onY/ay 2816.
chaplain Cnrrisou's 'battalion : no provwioii for the
ft* expected of them, ,and have labored I were mileagerfjurors. !

j 'faithfully, honestly. and successfully) able to form! junction. At the,best, 1 -3Ir. Johnson presented the petition of adopted. I I' 2nd, Tliiit' it is unjust la ttc ]

4 e the.interests their constituents.S We our army is in a most critical position, inhabitants of the parish. of St. Mary's, I Uesolution e.qniring the Treasurerto Itrrier'counticto,'.,.ho willl have to dcfny

and.if SANTA,ANNA possesses only one Li., engaged in the cultivation and issue 1
- ccrtipales in such sums the I the of tiierunrls
j cannot.leave this,subject without alluding as expends: held in tW
half of the talenthich has been claimed '
manufacture of -- S
sugar, prnying the repeal -i ciammm iiin counties jvhieh
r to theactivity and industry exhibited I )rcquirc, was adopted. are thinly settled. 34,
for him, he will deal a tremdndous : of the tariff of 18-16 which I
by the worthy Senator from this was A bill to define the boundary of That lie provision that certificates ofjurors" (
I blow upon the forces of the United referred to the committee Finance.
county,Col. BROWARD, during the arduoustraggles'of on Washington m'nty, passed. -accounts shall be rcceirejw I
' States. But we ,have ,been flattering Mr., Westcott
: '. kite 'ssion. We presented a communication A bill to p; vide for the reestablishment payipcr.t of taxes will greatly cnibnrrait
are ourselves that we are invincible,. and from tho Governor of a,
.informed that, the reputation: of no one of the ficords of Coliimbm county -I the Treasury, n"JViII be proJoctIr,
our army has been'so split up and divided transmitting a preamble and resolutions '
j &c., 1. of benefit :
no '
; stands higher at the seat of pass : to ju r} mClt.
government that it will be rf miracle if we do of the Legislature of the State of Florida A bill tend the I ,'"
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than his own,'and we are confident that net for the protection i -5- f tI
i not reap the. bitter fruits of our. rash- praying the speedy removal of the Seiri-) of lis :ries I IC'nrr..I'.tk'.... n"if.or" w..(
4 ,he richly merits this mark'of esteem. passed. I ,
ness. inole Indians now remaining in Florida, A bill to cablish and regulate pilot TAI.L\H\- :, 2J January, Isn.t

I which read and referred I regret to communicate to yotLthaL n.
TKCACHEKV.As CLAIMS LossEs.-'fhe following to, the age in Dade mnty, passed.A '
;; in private life, treachery and deceit committee on Indian flairs,, and also bill to cnbliah and the Legislature of New Hirnphrr,
'which is of letter from regulate pilot
a a
inflict the. wounds copy ordered to be since'it became Whig, passsil at a
deepest printed.
upon the Hon. D.. L. YULEE'to'a gentlemanof age, in St. Lt e county, passed.A 0a.
their victims th Dec. late sessiou, strong resolutions il1c.,a tot
sting.being sharper St. Augustine.upon the'subject of Tuesday, 29AIn, the House, bill to ; icnd! the rsercral aits concerning -

; S than the loss of wealth or honor, so, in a ,message, was'received from the President -Hmi lions of nctfort of the Whig: l'arilloffoty two, and of
his oPP9sition to the claim of BULOW, passed. ,
I. the political, tergiversation is the announcing that he had abolitionism, auii. enclosed a copy! a'
more' and his reasons thereof, will be read approvedand A bill tot-cgulate patrols in this '

.. ?r ,grievous to be borne, the'more we }have with pleasure by, all who are,interestedin signed the bill for the admission of State, passe sihJ; resolutions to the Executive of tBt:

'honored.and,respected those' who make Iowa into the Union. Messrs. S. C. A bill to line in what Slate, la be, by hhn, laid before tits 4)
the matter of claims for' losses andwho cases property ""
j1:1: :use of it to injure us. y'can hardly Hastings and Shepherd Leffler, members shall be cm from .General Assembly, which was dose.
desire thai of pt execution
a rigid
impartiality was
j1t find language ,sufficientlyexprcsske'toI eject from the State of Iowa lost The Senate, to whom it was Ion &!? .0'...
. should: govern the decisionsof came ,by a \o( of 5 to 10. ,J,
w'I evince the conduct of forward, and after motion, instructed the Gorernottocntl
; our indignation at Congress concerning them. But being; duly qualified, Saturday all. 2d.-Mr. Kelly intro- ,,
; member of last General Assembly took their seats. > said resolutions] back again to tBi \
a our ;: few Cfthe citizens of East Florida-were \ I 'du cetl a bil! o amend the revenue. laws 44)M.0.

one.''who should of all othera havepaidgreater of this i Governor New Hiimnsfurc.. : The. _..
Sta. - ---- ----- --
not .visited wjth the horrors of the Scm- TIlE LIGIHJfA-rvuc.

ft: respect to: the Democracy mole war, and the principle of.Mr. Vu- IN SENATE-Tuesday Dec. Wth.... A bill J provide for the permanent resolution, which related tothe'abon-,
of'the State of Florida. The Committees tion of slavery, was of the most insult' (
I ;LEE, "relieftoall. or none," will, be universally A bill 'amendatory of the several ,nets. location 0 the county site for Benton I d3:
on, Federal delations. ,of. the. two pifced. I ing kind, professing to wage wariafi'
approved by' his constituents. incorporating' the city of Apalachicola county,
I houses, reported _resolutions: ,in approbation A bill I amend : for of tho ,emancipation of slavery i4, :
passed also bill an act conceViiinirroads J'I
WASHINGTON: DECEMBER, 10, S46.DEAaxaY'oa ; a, providing for the ,
,of'the, general of the U. S. against the admission of new
4 policy and any SU7
p inquire of me the sale of'the lands granted to the State highways now in force iiithisStatqpasseil. !
Government, .in its hostility to 'the, ,oppressive 'grounds'upon: which I'opposed :the 'bill for internal improvements.iVedriesday 7 S that tolerated slavery. :J3

Tariff'Ot '1842, and in the pending before the Senate, at',this' last Dec.' lIonC an.M. It is now shown, beyond doubt., tw

; ..promptness ,with which j it ',upheld, our, :session; for the relief of the heirs of 30M.-The"Senate The nominations' there is a combination of the Northers 3

,dignity and national honor in l-ulot- deed., and}inform me Jfis asserted inc .jointly with. the House, ,for the of A. T. eilOct, as Judge Probates Whigs and ,Abolitionists against. tC! ;

: carrying that, opposed it "upon the 'groundof purpose of. electing Solicitor Tor the' for, Fran in .county,-of,. A. F. Tift as Sooth-
on' the war with ,Mexico.-, its injusticearid extravagant'amount." Southern. Circuit.. auctioned:and B. Sawyer, H. Bennet South.; and strange to say, the

These' resolutions' certainly embodied :I :take pleasure in responding, to ,your Messrs.' Thomas F. King an'd.\\'. M.Ives Jno. Po/er,' A. F. Tift and Philip J., ern Whigs ore still swearing aflegtwct 36

the full'expression.of our Democratic inquiry, and \will! state very briefly theposition' Fontanef to that political fraternity.. It iruonlyreasonable
took in relation to that bill. were nominated.Upon'thefirst as posiwardens for Monroe it &*" 7.

I belief.. The"long'struggle_. against'tbe.L' '. [ The'claim.presented inlehalfof JRtt. balloting, Mr. Kim, received.. 42"votes. i county nd- "of). W. Keith. as-- jnicy.-.... to hope so soon as depressed
ot .the..North.nas oeen -= n. ---b- came knowirthat the TarifTof 38.
: proIectivepo1Ic3: low, 'was' for ':$83, *'5, alleged to, bethevalerthe'iinpromentsand andMr. I Yes:7j, whereupon the 'formerwastieclarW Probatfs, and Samuel Gainer, as auc-
the Democratic and It, the the
t .waged by party, : 6th- duly'electeJ.Afterwards !. t one for the county staple 'e'ornanodityof
: ',,"S,but right ,that a.Democratic' State, er property Destroyed by the Indians I: in Senate "wore Idvised and South, and generally first,since 42. ,aaa:
tho bill consented to. .
p land a Southern State, us Florida, should. on his' plantation in Mosquito county' ; organizing ; ; that cotton was lower than ever known

: be eager to .express its approbation A bill was ,reported' in favor' of 'the; ,the Jasper .Hussars,. passed .by.a.voteof A 111 to provide for' ,electors of President .beforehand' was obliged to, fall in P['

,claimant upon the ground that the plantation ; 12. ,to 4 ,{id Vice President of the United
r the! course pursued by.our, government.y" :of'Mr. Bulowhavingbeenoci.: }Iou8epreamblo' and.resolution'. in. State passed. portion i ,, and from the height' of &tietj

,These resolution were.brought forward pied for a short time by:.Major Putntim'8'command relation which were imposed on England ana r
to settlers'nde the A-Ml: .to- the
I armed change
.. !'and'failed'through,the influence of Dr., under the :orders of",Geu'l.Hernandez' }. 'occupationact name of Levy France to whom we were obliged to 1!".1 2I

destruction afterwards ,. was adopted.House coun4, was J lost by a vote of 5 to 6;' sell at al 11 !
the bulk of
Wrrcorrincmberofthe House tff Rep ,, our cotton, or,not '3.
: might be"regarded as the preamble and reso1utioasking HOSE, OF,* ,REPKESEiTATJV.ES to
( .
consequence. JYe
would Whigs
Madisori / j i .. induce til Southern 1
I reseaULtivesffrotn, county, _a i ,
:of. such : -. .
; Congress for '
military occupation, and that a quarter sectidn i .of
.nesdaJec-:3QtK': ,> 1846 -The House r .
I ,gentleman! who was elected. ,as a Demoerat Government should] motives ot ;Interest and self pre :; "
th'erefore'make land .
: to Court House in Bentoncounty :and Sjnate,.proceeded Jo the<< election of am (
tion Sorth m
,< who .has, always professed. the compensation for the loss. This,principle to abandon their

;Democratic faith,and who; did"..professto 'would'cover the cases of'a' few of I'' lI were lost'by vote of 7rto 7. 'a.Judge: for' the'Southern' "'circuit.! The which appears not to 'be.the cae -1.5.c

'1t ) :the time of-recbfding this vote}; the large planters in Florida whose places I se'preamble'iidje1utionsrela.: ] names of' JosiahS. Patterson, David. S. The course of Sofithera SV1' (8.

had. been:similarly occupied by military I.. tive_to a Post office at Fernandina, Walker Bird AU ''
,, Pearson
''N w,'here'wa a legitimate opportunity I ,, arni'George relation J to a protective Tarili Vdercd 'b
= commands for'a short period but, were,adopted .. _
\V. .Macrea were placed,in l 4 7
'Viting nomiaition. it \*
;: ;; ..Jot': political faith .As the would exclude the mass of our follOwcitizensho ) ,The more strange
:' : is iu favor biRta'araendrtheact relativeto. ,After. 35 or: 40 successful., 'ballotiags avowed both and tH i' "
1Wl1ig' party : of protection, w re sufferers by'the Indian elections England !
in this State
Southern Whg{ might, be' hostilities 'a, ed. the Senate. Jand House definitely,poMpprjed that theBaosl.eflectual way to ,
ka par- ,
The bill to alter'trie, (
12th'sec ion of it
> -resisted this, 'bill strenuously ,whenever .' ; ,the' election.'in .' his !
dnedorvoiing' against these resolu ; ... _, the master to free ner i .
: '
,:it wa brought. forward andtoOk ,tho 5th article i. ofi tho Constitution_ of the the,'House. the, '
: liGaI.- Hat that] ,the,blow:'should come : an lesten t e price of ihe artic1eW': ItCc
I ;
part' :in the debate upon it on 'several State of Florida no:.hadn two thirds ,act :
roads and '
concerning: )
j -be Democrat ; highways, slave labor produces,and to c&
; t ,different :
txnoneprefeiiingtO occasions. '
: opposed it!with of the votes in its favor. wasloit. .,
i..' .f ..lt.iI..e. juomenf'wfien' it .Was .' ..osttlitt 'uncompromising? I resolution, and, ,will ,' passed .by"s vote of ,18 tq 10. 'II that object, sugar in Englad pNd'_ -
The bill alter ', .
., .... '- to the Southern boundary .
:;: :t.,.; .. "..-..ry' : .: jie'i .jahooli :express "'continue to-oppose this or any other bill ,. --A- bill to tax the {slaves 'of non ;residehts i- b/slare labor, was lAced unde'reMrctoiandmade Ede
(Benton' t I
; .f Which4 ; .such county and to establish! was lost '
recognises any ,principle ;"* '>t4f by a vote,of1JI to I9. lew 1; .
Vrai i cl'tbatppMeji / -
:";; > ; p ei! as applicable]! to the:)losses.by Indians":in he f.-Jine dividing! '. ,Hilisboro1. and,. .Benton 1 S Thursday, Dt ? : raised.i 'L ,tI1 ..tota,
: y i ,1.- .--44: roeqlfqn! sugar ;by1ee
sitio i teeribu : ;
peliti eaJ leftdency.L ,
:: FloridaV' Idonot behave "'
: ; : .couniespased i .
1bJ\tanypro i
: .ij offered
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to :
ofla )3. An act -* 4 ju 1\, RLe 0.
uitfuujccr 'lown .
cotton;iiice the.Whig lariff relative limitations of ncti hs.. ,:... : It.jto. T4 ,:ro1hwiDg d y .be_ Vbilo in 'his coBHiry- : ."A..X eUs ; ,. : ;
iciBjr ,, # engaged (avocation a few -'ST.4UGUST1 E. 1: -,/ 1 < ::

,tros very little! more than to pay :)3. An act to provide for ..ths epr proceeded'Grande the mouth .of" the"Bio. days st ce. thus exalted',the meriuof_ a TI I'r'"l" 0l1r.n."l T.t.1m nt "' # ; .t

of supporting them and Seminary lands and' for other U .POsea' antheEdith _was yet.ut.thnt'point when carpet which he was-desirous of.aelUog MMslrohikfrrnuh fur ripiu.1 r "o "1 ..a ::.& ,
expen508 and I : left waiting\3ihe arrival of "G IICl" ( ".I"l'iinr. T S.
ntlemen and Houe I "
[ ; ladies lilhat Snuii
planted ,
some people are a
which they : } "
plantation debt by rca. :51An act to repeal an act tjiej-em named the hordes;belonging to.the regiment in the habit of sellingcarpets for Bros furnish ,a |Je..4ri,vzlPsb1rP.ai,1J'rwha.hlsJ' Th 1.n*{.riaLa.pacio; V. ._.:c:
in _
plantation went the town of cheese.. of mounted:riflemen *when jt i was'understpod -' sels .'Bpd Rimm, a$1Dr.ijs4$ 0. "*to *. ':.
which .
*8y a which relative to: ,arc,not: Brussels, but I can (, : mpb jjte 1aare' ar.1 :
of cotton, he u Mto:; 'fa h,. .'
low price for thd would proceed.immediately"p .mr..n..M. .t",1 _"i .
the permanent most
oaof. 55. An act to provide positively assure you. that .this.ar- .
C1e since he tariff aforesaid, was location of the; count site 'of- the river,to. Camargo .. ticle'was made by Mr. Brussels him gS3iatG85iS.-; .;

and in this counLr ; 'Froth the N.6. self." : ;
both in Europe Benton county. ( ri icayuu* 2<1 iwLlFROM

Lft: before. The sup., 56. An act nrnendatorjrof; ct to incorporate 'THE SEAT OF! WAR r __ 'TI""I?bfc !.fcr-i. urJn..l.iil.; "s ,t.riea.y' .
it Imt the .
than ever was t., Executor's marker.II* (O'N',it"? :.btt.a Vi ,
tbccity.OfCY'Y Arrival the and Notice. *
p tarifl now, in the face.of of Empresario., MONTHS"uft-r flair, I'hll ; ,.h. Wne and tkl ,:of ,h* nWt "ftj\3l -
ofthnt thebouidary SIX pre en my ,
define from be '
,deu 57. An act to jrom Tampico Important nnd r.'U.lln l ihi H.... I' J
ntlnla yuUd4Nr.c..I Kxecufor "f t.
to use < .
L on the country, are, county. Gen ri1.1V -Concentration 'of A romfJrnl' .'J'.t C" ) l-'
: effects Washington I tnienr MaryFWn.nnf; Ut? ..f Na4lSUttWrIy, i"i! the **'

common phrase, cutting off their 58. An act concerning Grand ahd Petit Troops,at 'Monterey-Saltillo) Threat. .lecfimffif, tr>.tlm Hon. Jiitg! of ',*( f(. *.!.! ".r.r" t whifl.. i- eIuc.a-t.1;
he' Yours 13. tened by Santa ,Anna. count jr. t r.-r. final trlllctnent of .i.1] rumtp, and tu cuny" vls'tnrsp I'" .,..n.ta II., ,, .

Cge to spite .their face. Jurors. act. cphccrnmg' tiftll! ntlheunmn tim. npplr fur:V,t.r. ur Di;mi*. Jte DICK, I'rnprietor. -' ,. : ..
amend an The Smith Dec .
steamer 18
59. ,An ,act to Virginia, -Capt. inn *"iturli E1t"'Qlnr. of winch.U're-raCl.a. in'.,"-' r 8t !
and Highways, ,so fa as .concerns arrivecl last evening'from TampicoTia 'in niil S ., '
I LIST OF ACTS, Roads e '< entntP.Nrril llil1'Cl; ltn ink*' nntc'. TAX
'| Brazo left the Brazos.on JOHrcLVIL1JALONGAJanuary COLLECTOR SALt.I 1
Duval county. Santiago, having ,
the Second Jlnnuil Session of -establish atari Tof fees the ult. 15. .1847. ExrcuJocv ylnrt; H nr lhe ro. r ....f in.me br').., I. .*
27th The
fetstdot [ ,brig Empre-
: hall
of 60 An act ,expose fur nte..beforeil( C on ll. -fH
State ,
lit General Assembly! Ihc. l\nd repealing all former act relative. sario, Copt. Collins, which:sailed,from AlIflilflistrnlor'sNodcc.S _-_-
Florida. thereto. 1 Tampico' the 26th, also, arrived last IX WKCKS altrr ciale, .i' hnll apply! fo the on the 2nd*Monday'in April next TliffAlIon-mj. ::' tJT. '. I '
make certified copies of j 1. An act to amend an act rn anizingthe night. By these vessels we have received Hoiw Jmlgc' i>f.rnltal :for,tiw County nf ON. Tnx property for ;1845..hfI or 'f. much'State thereof n. will pay the Slat* -. > S
act to Tax -
L An Jumbia. for Le-upu of AdminUtmtion thft '., County ro.r.1.
a ofthe State ofF! rida. letters from Mr. Lumsden at .OR .
r 184C 10.000 -
Militia : y acres of land *>
Records evidence. tatp ofAVilliam Johntop; r.lp.or nid .s'ant.4ip. on IIIH| aln.ilr
so amending the Constituo go. Afi ,act relative, the migration. offreo'ncrsons.of Tampico- ,some of which we give be- crn.eH. GUEEN JOHNSON. :Trout Creek ktiowji ns the Sibbald Tract; l.BOf .

i-'An- -act_ f .,-,!L-. the sessions of the.:t color., J low. They'contain. all the intelligence .January 15lh., 1C47. '* Gtr acres' on Fernandrt D1nhI'sCf1IPkbecm.rnititll.J| .n_ ., )
LU "bf/nni.i l instead of an- ulatinp the tiW of holding -' brought from Tampico and clear -- ; 282 nrrei Hii: the St. Johna J
;rcgiS1at: 7c 63. Ah acf rc River at a plac. .called I
Sr.Joepi, and ._
, Courts in the, Eastern' Circuit of. up some points in the accounts previously Levy County Sheriff's $ale. ,by,tlit' .tate of W'ater* Smith, 28 hera-a t'n w iW I 't'M.,
Constita- I b*"' nldt un Ui*fir-t Monday in J. St. Johh River '
to amend the I Florida. received which appeared WILL mnry :?1. Joi pli, nnd .>wnd
.3. An nct *o ', (1847)beiwcen thf hmirot 10 &.2 by Jnme Singleton; and [ J I
extend to all free white An act adopting the Seal of the obscure.Vc adjoining IM* I Ian KM***; I'
; 64. duck nn Uiui day. ihn SttnthVVt Quartrr ofthf 'nlioned Tract; 1 l,SO Wre .' .,,.\ i'
Snm .
ScthnbHants who shal 11.! Supreme Court. \ havw conversed with gentleman South \V*>tftQaartrrf S. linn 7. Town,hij,. 16, pie SVramp. near N..*no River, owner not.n k. ... '<. .

ded in the State 'oae ycari the eJc c" 65 An act to amend the act in force relative who came passenger in the Virginia Hnnze 19,' anif tho North Wr.t Quurtrr of the THOS. LED\\ fH. SiwrifT. I). (:.".. -ji ,

franchise to Teenue.and defining the from Brazos, and who is : direct North Wft QnNrtir Section 13. Townnhip 16, Ry A. W'. itllTON. D.Sl.c ri& _
lire Range ID,S"nth andEa. contnining 80 aeroi:or Jacksonville, Oct. 9. 1S4. '
exempting certain persyns duties of assessors &c. from Monterey. He .has. kind1y furnished :.
i. An act .a* much Ill will tatufy tf.t taxes due on tbe'nmefir t.

from the capitation tax. I 66. An act amendatory of the criminal us' with the following information tim '.*.'ntyf ar. (184G,) with nil cot and*x* Columbia County' Sherifl's Sate. no

An act ;authorizing R. F. Smiley laws. which is highly important, if therebe l)'n1* aceruinp, fur udveritin. the .. The By virtue ifmy pffireani power i>f law'tnTfil-. '" .
ul hnY"\nw.1 l land nr"itualed in Levy ,on ed in m.. \ have I,vUl :'i*
jdiiijnistrator, to sell real estate. 67. An act amending the charter of the no error in, die accounts. They county upon and! will offer .
Wiihlacuorhf, a rhort dUtnnce Dilute th' well for ".tp! hefitrt'the Court |11.ia4 in tl of .
6. An uet for the relief oIJJUckiUghatIlSmith. city of Ap31 chicola. were fully credited ut the Brazos, and Lnown plac .cnlleil Fort Clinch and owned and on the first M.n.Iayof! ,. h n.xt.tt-wn 1i.iiii.j Alligntor f

or are confirmed by Capt. Brower, of L the claimed by Jumps Lyi.ch. and bounded by U. S., the iMiial hour of naif on that day. the folio j

An act to change the name of N in.XCauthornrt (From tlir Nf* Odl"llfIPic"yun.Jd HIGHLV IMPORTANT illtLL) schooner Robert Mills, who.arriv d last Innd, unl>n" there 'hav. been land recently pur described pn rerty.viz:-Seciion2b'.T".wn.hip wtnr 1* ,..J

7 ul. STILL -LATBfl- evening from that clmpil ft.lje told at Rnnjell, containing 80 ncr... S't1"n r\". 5.l ,,:'

dTSolicitor's i I NEWS. port. tho Com H sw'-of Lew County. [H. Dnn..I.v. ..] 93efell.. Sertinn 23. Tnwncltip Jf Ianj I*. '
act providing lor payment An express from Gen. Worth, at Sal- '\ D. levied .
8. An Advance of Suita Anna upon Sultillo ANDIlEVVSSJwriflTandTax upon n the prnrn-rly of Rirh.rd Walkif'" '

fee, ttt,. ronfirmcJ-Probabilitr' of a Battlebaving llllo, arrived at Monterey on Wednesday Collector for Levy. county. pay the' Sat and County faxes due 'thereon 'for '

9. An act to define who arc retailers been Fought-Despatch of the 1.6th December. It brought OctnT23! 1346. thi year 1C46. >. .

liquors. tlie ne'ws that Gen. Worth learned O" Thn above *ole U postponed to the Itt ALSO S:

ohpintUoU relation to weighers of Troops to Sziltillo and )JMontercy his that Santa Anna Monday Fennmry ...xl.J..ry Section 35, T iwn.liip :1, Range II, ronlai.tft f 4 a
ii.) An net Anticipated Camargo through spies 15, 1847 80 Heres-I.YirItjinnat tli*|>ropi ty of Dempr a- )
Attack ppou . ._ _
cotton at ApaIaCllUhl.II. : within three days1 march of Saltillo, at -- Wood'. it, satisfy ihf taxes ilue thereon for llm H. a
Clerk of CircuitCuurt and \latamorns.B. In Circuit Cuit.EASTERN 'r'itr184G. .
relating to thb head of of or thirty } *!
1. ,\nct thearrivaatalatplinurlastnihtuf an arrrry twenty CIRCUIT FLORIDA..
ami >t. Lucie couuties. bore LSO. l'v'
of Orange the U. S. steamer E4ith, Capt. Cou- thousand men. express a COUNTI or DCVAL: NOVEMBER; TERM, 1646.TU .- Serf;inn 35, Tnwnehir 1, Rnngi* tJ-conp.U. .

.. illard have three ctiys' later dates call upon Gen. Tnylor for reinforce : DAT. Decfinbor 1, 1846. Jani t Livin.ton. "np|>o.ed lo|I.P.mpfj WIKH! '1
Jesse toe to cs"uMiu we his staff had PRESK5T The Uun. THOMAS \511(111,. '
jt An authorizing She left Bra- ments. Gen. Taylor and DOUGLAS lo 1Xti* due thereon for the tear 1846,
Iron Brasos Santiagci the 15th ult. tlje J 11,1;.. &C.EliznWth ALSO, ':M .
left daybefore
a ferry. Monterey on
steamboat 1 j zn:? on the 30th ult. ajd brings confirmation DIviII TlAnneor, ) Section 3. Tn.rn.hip' .2, Range Jl; about 400ariesi '
n'licn b
to arrh.cd-for Victoria CIIAZcCPRY,
the i:
siring ; -
11 An act of the reportedladvance of San express VII. -I,vW upon. llio) f'rnp.'rrvn(7. D.'II"t.' 1
river C Bin for <>
and OI'HCIS in Apalachicolu j to join his command, which was Tanner ,V .Piforc I. D. N ritnr
men Anna with large jbrcc Saltilat or tit satisfy.the taxes due thereof far
and bay. j jH. la a upon.Mexican two days' march in advance of him. IT appearing to the >ati.f'ciion of the Court, the year 134G.- I 5

An act to'altsr, the Southern boundary I It was reported tiat the Gen. Butler, in command at Monte- lint tin Defendant. Elizabeth Tanner,reaide t. B. FITZPATRICK, :, .

j f army was nearly 30,000 strong. oat of tht StlllP or Florida and beyond thejuricilictiou Sheriff and tax collector ex offieio :
of IkiituttutJlLy. When Gen. \\orth express reached rey, immediately sent off despatches to of I this* Cum : ON MOTION of IL D'irman Allzator, Oct.23. 1846. ;.

13. All act to change the iionhein line j jof l 'lonte Gen. taylor had.only Gen. Marshall, at Cnmargo, and to Enquire. Solicitor for the Complainant in the ubovo I,,' .3 %

St. Lticitf county. |, y, Gen. Patterson, at Matamoros, to send entitled cause IT I* Nassau Connly Sberifl's Sale. :-

15. An :ct to l iiang the name of liicoJoraC.TrfZv.iul. j rone six or eight mile on his march to forward without delay all the troops OaDERKD, Thai ii h'nringhe had on th..fuct* BY virtue of the pow vetted in me by law I ,:
I Victoria, and the troo under Generals .liart.1 in the .'au| Bill of Compluiut of ad will expose for tale at the dour of the .Cosrj .

TwX and Qminiiijmile were but twelve they could spare from their'commands. Complainant at the next Term of this court: And ||ou.e nf th.Cm.y of Na*.au.nn the! fourth Moa* .

1;. An art to authorize I Inskmsarc Call i5js 0diatcly iders Gen. Patteison had left Matamoros if th!.* said Defendant fails to appear .a decree any January 18 47;between the hour of fen &.l" \
advance. mine-
toprJetir V \aw. in were only the day before the news reached. rnny then pa' in the same manner a* though said two o'nJockon that day. the Ian4s, afC*pt..RoUrt.:
i issued to this vision to retrace should and,be in Court. atd in said NaMau.con ., .
IS. An act to authorize Geo. \V. Stewart that place. It was at once forwardedto Defendant appear preietil Day, Ht'> County intincnf >p .
its st.cps arid proceejl at once at Sal- AND IT ts FURTHER ORDMUD, That a certified five hundred acre, more or le.. lying UM Q*-

to practise law. lillo. '1 him, and upon learning its .purport copy of thi, Order be. published irt some n".lIp"ppr ei1's creek or a sufficient |>OMion 1Jw."r..u "i- '.

19.Anact to regulate pilotage the Port our informant states that he immediately printed within the Eastern Circuit of the fythetaxeg dan thereon to the State nf Florida. ,
who left iff
Butler] com
oft.'eJar Ke s. (Jen. vas started on his return with the Stato or Florida for too pace of three months before Uether with the legal churl rf tbe cateaix HM...i

Aa to Hx" permanently 1 the county maud of Monterey, hrll already march-, the firm day of tht* next Term of this, Court.I. rout oftbi.adverti.meflt. Aroonnt'of taxes it.. .. '. \
l. ?ct view to Monterey.It
cJ 'with all the troop he could collect to proceed OSCAR HART, Clerk of aid Court, b hereby Six dollar A. J. BRADDOCK, ... '

Uc of Calhoun county. Gen- Worth a Saltillo. was reported at Tampico on the certify thn .bov. '0.be. true .copy.of the Older SherifTa4 TazCoUector.November .
21. An net to alter and define the bun: to j join 25th, as will be seen from the postscript entered of record in said entitled cause #t raid G. 1346. .

dry: line of Muriou county. Before the express ched.Camargo, to Mr. Lumsden's last letter, that a portion Term of.aid Court. ;

Si. An act to declare the river Miami a Cen. Lane had startcl for Saltillo with of Gen. Patterson's command had IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunuet NOTICE. .r ,
his comnalId-tIlisason the 20th.- my hand and affix ibo seal of said p.rsnus* having claims a ainit tLe.Ettll"
narigalHe stream. entered Victoria, but it is not mentioned lheCouit-Hou the of ALL B 'late ,
Gen. Marshall set alt net morning; _Ii. S.I Court at in City William "yd. of .Benton county; --'
21 Ani acltoeutrnd the time of making of the that the General himself had arrivedso JncUonville, this I.\.nly ninth day of deceased will present them to lite 'uWcribe-

election rclurus Monroe and Dade taken with him the remainder that we cannot judge how far the December A. D.. 1646.OSCAR within the tnx! pr criHed by Iawr or tl>ey will : .

forces, with the exception of Captains HART, Clerk. be barred, and those indebted to the nid Estate,
counties' the conflict.
I from two sources
news may
I Hunter J and Swartnout's commands, January 15th; 1S47. 3m_ will make payment
2*. Au act to provide for the sale of The reported at Matamoros -- toALBERT '
that express CLARK aid
lands granted to the State for purposes which were left to trotect point. that the road from Monterey to Ca-. KOTICE. ADALliNE CLARK, .. .

of internal improvement. The iroops from Cimargo were on a I lined with troops-regulars SIX WEEKS after ,date, I will apply toHon. the Administrator anti Administratrix.Augusta. .
march ream Saltillo in time margo was the Judge of Probate fr Duval county, Benton 1-: F. ..
25. An the late Sheriff of forced to co.. Dec. 18, J846. 6m -4
act directing and volunteers, -on their march to for Letter of Administration de bono no* on the

Si. Lncie county lo collect taxes for for a. 'battle, report *h"ing prevailed advices Monterey, having been previously ordered rotate of James n. Mason,deceased. List ,of Letters .'
1SI5 and \Sl-j. for several days befoc positive Our informant says there S. D. FERNANDEZ. REMAINING in ,be Post ,Office:mJackMi;''i' i ii
received of the novements or Santa up. Jackonnvilie. Jan. Sib, 1847. which if taken
25. An act for the relief of John B. Dc were four regiments upon the road. not oat in tlire*.f'li'
Anna. were months, will t be s.nt &0 th. Dead Letter Office, a.|> S
Corce. miles. from The route from Monterey is infested by Alachua County Shcrill's Sale. Washington, D. C. .,
:7. An act to allow tae assessors to administer Gen.V 001 was rincty bands of rancheros, by which virtue of the power ve.teil in me by law Ishdlipn' Acker,James, Lancaster,Col J B 6 L ''t
last. alvices from him, predatory BY for .ntein front of the Court .
oaths.2i Sa tillo at the is rendered inse One i Alderole, Miss JanoBroadnax. Lancaster, WmB. .
nrc. .
1 Ip would join Gen.Worth the travelling Houn Inr in the Town of Newnanvile| on thrtecond .1 Mr
An ] within and it .was supposed Long,T,3 ., .
act to regulate patrols attacked few be- )"wdlh..I..Capt
in to assist in repelling train had been a days I Mnnday of July next between the hnisr Geo Mann Dan JMurrHI.Samll 0 "

the State. season fore our informant. passed over the road, ) ten ami I wo o'clock, In much of the undit
29. A general lair respecting corpora- the enemy. had also. several small parties, and interest of tho following! named persons In' and to Barber Moses McKey, Mrs :-1. .
as :
tions.3k There wiis a rumorthat SantaAnnahad had been killed and a certain tract or parrel of land known ,an tie Daily William S Morelen, Miss Mary t' .' .. .
An divorces. I I thrown a body .f 17,000 men between -' some few men Alnchua Arredondo Grant, a.wilt attfy and pay Crodswhite, William McHarzer. Miss Sarali, t** '
concerning wounded. the Stat. and County tax due on said illtf' 'I. for Currier, RB O'Neill, Henry .
Worth and Gen.' Taylor ,
Gen : '
3L An act authorizing K. F. Iartin to the American We need not say .that this news possesses ihcs'year 184fi,.and nil legal| cons and charge of umming.IlooperT )I'armenter, HenryjF' ".

establish a ferry.3'Afl3ctauthoizing. lo prevent junction bf the highest interest. As we I I inn uHoiit the ailvcrtueraent and cale therein, 'Dumnl\Ck. 2 Fntchard. Robt J,H

'. Henry llairt to forces. This r port was not credited, verbal in regard -I to ,,it- .. )ewes, Frances E S J'bioney.CaptElisluv .I.1i

'establish nor does it seem probable that it is true, write' we have only reports this : The. i1tprttt Jeromey John on ot N. Well Diane, EzeLiei I'endarvis.Mis A r/j,,,,

s ferry. road passed, to it, but hope to receive The interest William ,Thorn. Dav'm. ElizabethDregors '}'"ann" William! ., *. ..
33. main to : j -
An act to provide for taking testimony ns is circuitous morning our correspondence from the Th' interet vf the hfirs of Wm. Taylor.. NaharaEllintr IlichardsoR, Joseph .. .

: ia Chancery. through Saltillo. There There is no intrinsic improba-, : The tnteiet of John R. Townceod.- .SamuelFreemanCbas .S d.bury.John .9n,.

. *i< An tct to amend the act in force in mountain road which avoids Saltillo, army ot Santa .Anna's The inte.11 of John M. Seaman. II Stinson Hiram. ,#.t

relation but it is not favorable the march of bility in the news v The inl.eret&t'of John N. Saver. ,' '., ': Freeman, S S Sharer, William; H .. J. J* .
: elections.
.. to for ord. movements, and if _he possesses the The interest of Roger and l'rice.TIrnintcrst Harmon, EmmaHarrison Simmons Mr'E SStoneD :

. 35 An act relative to'the Rules! of the an army,. and is impracticable energy and skill claimed lor him, nothing Cyrus Perkn.The *. ...,' Louu EscjIijgiiibothamDa'icl ; .r.
Supreme Cou rt. nance. likely than that he intereni of Jcbal>o l I'ralL H Shark, Mitch'eITT 1'l

: *>. An act to change the name of Betsy It was the impression gentlemen appears.more thunderbolt some Tbelnterent of Aaron Peck. :: Houston.!u n'ui..Elizabtoth.. ...it1
inthe: Edith and should fall like a upon The interest i Mordecru M. Noab.. ';, Hoan.MDe Thomas Tobeyi Capi EIUb "
i Ann Wincratp. who came '{ i.W.t" >
passengers conversed that a point: in, our:extended line and hope to Tbeinteresi of Israel) Fr\&. .,., ?/ Hart, 0 have *
_ 37'LAn' act; regulate pilo'tage' in St. with whom we crush us. But we have every :confi- The interest of Noah JIU' i.: Hobcork Hair .1umerJam .1/

county. battle was fought the 25th ult. It was in the ,vigilance of Gen. ,Worth,. Th! inIeNsCof.MordecaiMyers.. Howard,James ," Turner, David itt i

38. An act to regulate pilotage in Dade thought, however, ,that Gen.' Taylor) dence' hold ,the in The interest of tho heirs of Alexander.Muir.The igglnbotha,,Dr .M Thompson.Noah I* r

.',. had'reachd .Saltillo before that time, and his ability to enemy'' interest of Frederick Marq. ad.' Humphreys, Deacon 0 Woodland I James j I. ,J.
COuuty. check until (Sen. Wool and Gen. Taylor 'The interact of Gilbert Lewis. Hagans.GaoValton. George .. .

1: An act to maVe permanent the.elec and also Gen..T\.jggs. Quitman's, arrive/'to his support. .We await '' T rJ.nlerr.1or. .'OOtIand. Tbomarmt'lon.1 Johnson,Wm Walton,\Vm Cothora ''0.1.J

:1 : Jon precincts in Columbia county., I. Gen.' Butler's, and Gep., Wool's .com Intelligence with the utmostinterest. The interest of Thomas Napier.And ',. I I Johnson,John Wilkinson, ElUb ". ;, ,, ;" ,r

. y-jAn act to reorganize 6th Regi- mands. It'wa s likewise :hoped. that further. also;n mreh of the undivided interest of, Knight, Wm AExecutors'' Weeks. ArchibaldJOHN ..i '
<* named p.r- M. PONS P. 31. .
fltfltFjorda 3.huitja. the from Camargo would 'also ? the,same aid GrAnt of the following I ; .

.- -41. troops SaltiHo inood, :.season. If' The 5,000Iex cans son,a._,will pay the State .1t' for the year 1S45, _Jack.unvileJnnuary,1a47._ _. _! _ _ _ _tt. .
act arrive at for the 134G.
to Tampi
n. amend the several acts and the State and County t .year
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5 : u UTe to proceedings in Chancery.W' .these expectations were realized, Gen. vbhby' previous advices were said and all legal costs and charges In and,oCout the, i Notice to Credjtoraty&c. >**

([ /a .An t about 1000 men to oppose themselves in the Vicinity "dvertiaeroopr.aad sale thereof_to,wit: ..
actrelative tn'the Jaspar HustM Taylor' has_ to have shown ., &c. "-:S. '1

[ ars. > to Santa Anna.. Our t jnformants'. thinkS .of this,city, Burned out to:be.a band, The interest r A. D. Forest.., Is hereby giren tb all 1 creditor, leg ,
The iou'restofJ.eIann.r
43. Annans army'wi. ,overrated ; but. marauding rancheros;. who: left as : aorf persons entitled to daltnbuditl
%'l tABtetto amend an act relative to tn The interest of.John Jtod aA ..;- -". ..
I eriea. was. had ofl1 s r In the estate of GEORGE KINGSLEY.. late of
f no 'posUtve.knovrledge snddenly as they came. TJie interest yf ILDavnprt. .: I
t **
JJ .. St. Dominfo deceased J whose Will,was premi,
of T. Doreinu .. .
91 number. The interest, .
act ,to authorize Charles P.4iT10 : exact French Colors. : nf Probate '
pAtt Under .. before the Judge thiscoaoty.
: of the Rio Grandewas EnslishVessels Tbe interest. oldie '
whole1 valley '
: Police Jaw. The: .-Lord Chesterfield bein -in Parss'wasat.jpartywth interest- 'nr J'I S..lam .'.' Auena"T'Hlamt'Atary frranYed to us'oa the 2Ig'.I:

Ika act'relative to costs in cnroinal in, a itate of great ferment. Apprehensions Voltairebeu the lat-' The interest of Benjamin.7,.Waite. ', day of December. 1846. lhat their reped L' .
HceL of an-atlack were entertained The interest Barnabas. OHurn.' CLAIMS nnJ PJXUD.III bV BIRRXP at the" e&.*

I Matamoros and tersaid to him: -interMt.nrShiyt'n'I'uk."r.. piration of two years'after'th ''va tIfC'. Ibf iaW .

..! act to change the 'Dame. of Sea.', at Camargo, 'under '"My Lord, which are the,:.most beanrtiful AUo, a tf'n1t.riior" I1p1'e, Cttrfain..t t or fetters testamentary lo the subscribers ."EeW**"
hrl 7
I. U.,' E. Walker. -I> other points, from. iherancheros < the English or tbetrench ladieal, p rcel of Jand,known n. the Stroaj 'QnTMi'na*. tors of the last arHl and testajwnofi1d Georff) M

t in respect keeping,U. S. Caniles. lhe withdrawal l of' (fsqi inan' ; cannoUell replied'Chesterfield ownetl orclatmetl WWilliam Marren.a will pay -' 1r.sley! deceased, unlrsa 'exhihkfd within *bIIt'. ;
in'the of' State -from the; riverj: left the 'vjalfey. of thn State and County laxduethereoq for,the year rnoJa' ..
jails this troops
& opd judge; .
. LA ; | .am not .and cbar.lo and about JOHNaSAMMIS.
t1 act for the of the Execs exposed to, danger. At Matamoros, ; 1846, aa(Iuli legal co. t '.rtd"
relief and thereof.. OLIVER W000r, N .
"t-$fK Brash. Col. Clark had 'called_upon,the citizens 2aiuting.. n'-after' Voltaire,' happened to beconversing' tbe Said;advertisement: ( Vsftuated about elgcht! tnllrc' from F ecutors last Will andT
at 1"LD act to provide for tkere.estb- to enrol themselves_service, and at w : with n 'EngIish' woman.' NewnaMf_ ratbr\Vest of North,mnd U,b undnlon Georja>'Klngtley. dece iajeeV-. 1t.A- to _
,Gca.tJfrS5Up bad, opnejthe h ibe'1llvpfS'aa-t&F.. and on the .Decemb.r25,1S$' i'NOTICE. ,\ .0
Brazos tUNerth
'; 1sest e the Records Columbia: the ; Chesterfield' prc1id'him J ; f 4.
,Both :these. Hichty rouged.t"" iwblc.lanc1scnatsoing fife thonsandacres. ,. } I
points Sooth
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; fiitftly. ,the same:: thing. fnaile theTa '*.-. ,
said"Sfrta'e'are- .
and : from the ,
act to ofg i adiy\deficient i in both, ,men and .- i .appear* .tufD. Uarvrn -tx'\VEF.Xs'aa.fchtt.rsliaHipflyu tW .
profide for the cfecOoa 'were not nterwtef WHfiam .
: that' are cap Stid S"
; you Assessor. > '
ft Canales bad S. Jow Jedje fef VrobaW .,
hetors Hon. Jamej :
, of President and Vice Piesi3.W areas., It. was :thought ,'. '. ;will be soM enkMoad1yo&prflnczt. f
nuiderhi&-aiid that the largesupply'of I iivited.; de 'in the Tqwte of, for Colombia. Cea y,fee Lrtfrra ef Adsj iwtion ,t
of the CTnited States. 2000;! I havCnoTeMSOf ia front ohSjajOort'Hoiwe : epiicdVo1titrr: the E.taziof Thomas .ia-.eMW.
'ohjD.ud..tllO oo ;
aod.thc J"MyL" : ho T S
4f | *actaathoriziagtheAdmtBiatrafe goo4s bein takea E0gl THOMAS LLIS, c '
ler ( ,\ condition. :of that city might I ;: 'a1eJ ck. J-. t.f& .* irfjrfl1
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H'Co1: mbu : wh '[Here state wi.i. t Lie con. ,veyahrc haqi i inadequate for the'roote: | VHIt
Fort Hamilton,Talufn, Madison C. ; .veytnrr, to : inject t"t8Iik' .' u .
: U;;*\MAIL'OQN'rRAO'l'S." ; .' .. .. .'* Mineral l Sjiringi.. awl Llftlo ,River,. 'to 'Alligator, \vcyed. for the annual su m'of$. .'" to lit* rriiafn /secorilyVandceleriiy'orilie'Tnills, Florida .n.t Svautuah pa ." '., rJ_ "
? aside frOm any-'accommodation for travel it cl.rcft f'
.122 miles and back, O.1CAa weckiLeairn ;' Dated. trill M sails'In,J C'I'
Exit"act. -frn tl* act of Coitgrc"3il Ifarci' Tallahassee'every-Sunday at 8 a hi, arrive I :Form eta guarantee to accompany Cacti bid :. not IK rntiiledt to,the route, 81. M.".. HronswCrk and flj,S..J._ t1
: 1845, iectorzt18 at.A1Ii ntor,next.de y by.1 p m., here insert tW name of theguarantor 20. When the bid does not name n mod of the U.S. Mail,l,. IJ _--_
"The undersigned [ plt .
enacted that it shall .be itwill; he taken and understood to ( '
; 'A.l lit further conveyance, ; e Tin.mucl .
1 ': that kre inner rrz.ihr '.
riVednfada'at [
the doty' of,ho Postraaster, General, in.all future Leave Alligator p.mar. or guarantors) guaranties for the lowest, modo of conveyance, to wit ton J p.ckpt t.t I
t Tallatas'see 6 bidder of biddeai iis the MAnUF.\Vsr. .
ofthe rive at next day by p m. name,of or names horseback.Yhen I it .
'IIfr letting* of contrail.for the transportalion, Proposals for twice, also .(or throe times dweek case maybe,! if his (or.their) Lid forcarryiig the proposes to carry: arcordinglu ,,! 11-4 tIMflhl (. !
the lowest thin and, nomode of
mail to let the same in every cue, to "service will{ be considered l ho accepted by advertisement, eunveyanc liaultu-I, her die-It. and caLiI" $ .
mail from
to fPf.w1r
t,1 bidder tendering .sufficient.guarantees for faithful It'slatrd for.thi.routein the advertisement, it will 'o 11lrum''I'1' and .
,White instead of shall into ti lgn-! r81ftfed
Proposals io ran by Springs i the Postmaster General, enter an horseback and tJ
without otber reference to the mode be considered ns offering only for convey
V I performance Little River will be considered, 1 tion prior to the first day of-July next, witugood Im"fO'tf''. Aa" uom t_ .J
of such transportation than may J. necessary to a nc*. fort, she rannutroute. be
t provide Tor the doe,celerity, certainty, and security 3518.From Tallahassee, by Miccot'uVio to and sufficient" sureties' to perform the service pro- 21.; Since tlie>,passage of the act, nf March'3d, This boat will nr1I4"d Arrive Ly ''iLQ.t;
iDated. If
of!transportation; nor shall any new con Monticello,3B miles and back twice a week. posed. 1C45, n new description of bid has l linen received.It Thursday *flOThIJIg.! '1 lw'f It S"at1t6
I tractorhereafter be required Jo purchase out or Leave Tallahasieo every Tuesday and Friday, specifies.iode utconveyance. but engage to daily 'lion nt steamer. for ,

,- take at, .a valuation, the stock or vehiclei$ ot any at 6 a m, arrive at Monticello same days by C r m.. I Seven minutes INSTRUCTIONS.allowed for openinj t j and carry the mail with certainty celerity.nncj m-curity, fry etrnln.Ai ChrIe.1.,..1 I

; 1rplnnicnntractor for the same route.." Leave Monticello every Monday and Thursday nre using the term'of the law.' The e I lelli are callmi R wkM; ..
07 Bidders will be careful to read the formsand at 6 a m, arrh'o.at. Tallahassee same .days by G closing the mails. at all offices"whore no particular (rum the man4r in which they arn designated; on brig or horqut' hrut wllic-h n. Iq lalto '... I
: time is but on railroad and Ieave. .
specified; S. .
this advertisement.T books us/rtriiV It h.
iutrUCtWflIDppOfldPd to pm. nftli4dcpartmcnm, Thursday end
:j there is to be no more delay than i it necessary S..lnhl"y rtlr Nfw
and routes Y
Front Tallahassee Manninftnn trk
T! are in their proposal 3319. been decided itir tpnsWemntioniIiat arrival
*y requested tn state t .mature a of the St.l' Mtthe5 .
Lf deliver and receive the bags.., frorn .f
which intend to the mail; Duncansville, Geo., to Thomasville, 34.miles and (bid "mode Iioij
L ilu'moibby they convey proposing, i specific ofconveyance'sf ntwohorse .pnCers, wh!,
2. The mail to bconveyed, in preference .to ; lhrirleag51,
t. : Where the site and ,wright of ,the mails,<.or the back, once a.week. and is their entire exclusion if its high grado n 1 coach transportation is hearst, of either' line, .req-nVrd *'' -ill"..'

speed called for in the schedules, shall require it, i Leave Tallahassee every Thursday at Gam, passengers and bulk to it. to be preferrei. to lie star bid.' The experience, The' atavo loaf, will '' 'f' .. .
';t he contract* will be made f r,coach,. steamboat i arrive.at Thoma'sville same d / or railroad conveyance all the .case may le; and, Leave Thomasville every Wednesday nt 6 a m, 3. Post Office blanks, mail bags nnd the special rules, vk: Picnlftt" Tuesday I. A. M.. a;a.'..

J;Ti 'U consequently, ueli routes will l ht let to bids proposing arrive nt Tallahassee same day by 7 p m. )agents nt, the department on mh. exhibition of When the nail on tin route is not so large ns. Black. Cr..k" 0 i, !J N"
such mOde of con"f'yaJCC'In all other cases 3520. From Tnllaha t'ctl, by Salubrity and their credentials, lire to IN :conveyed without require twofiorae conch conveyance, a sta bid, Jacksonville. I. | ">

:ci the rqutes will assigned to bids proposing the Quincy, Bainbridge', Ga., 48 miles' and back,. further charge on mail lines admitting of tucli if the lowest rill be preferred to the specific bid.to For freight n: passage, apply'"',1 ,. J J *-

; : cheapest modepf transportation. three times week.. conveyance* 22. When t|e. mails,ar*of Inch fixe end wtightieres on board, or to to C.rl.Mek.,
Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday, Thursday, 4. Mail agents are to be conveyed without as to render i it .ary orexp.d.r'l,in refenncetnprovid WOOD & "

i PROPOSALS' and Sunday, at p a m', arrive at Bainbridge same charge on the principal railroad and steamboat to them. alon(.' two-hors eoarh convey.difTercneo CLAGHORK., *

t 3 FOR; : CARRYING THE MAILS OF THE days by 9pm.Leave lines.,where the size of the mails .and the numfar ante, the Irf'catcMcl, though the highest nil I I. Ff.RNANDfZ"CaIs- S,5.i'
from. the 1st of of tho officers will require their employment by & DJSl\F.t.
iI Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, preferred to tha star bid, to the ejrlcntmf a .nod.
:k 1847 to the30th Jane, 18.il,inclusiveIn Florida, and o.ridRftt 1 a m, nrrivo Tallahassee same the department_ ; nnd in_ that case. _, _a separate. .apartment orate diflVrenrnlin! the c'mN. nation.. 0'in case the 0_,_ A. COY, Jan..
& uk will be received at the contract office of the Post I for the assorting and safe keeping of the isnotMirhas interfere with 1I1"rlu.1uflh. | .
Office Department in the city of Washington, until ; bo I mail is to be provided by the contractor under the law .wbirh looks reduction CTTh Ap'nt nlaq
:i t Proposals (or semi-weekly service will con. new to a in thectoftian.rton. steamer SARAH
i .w 9. a. m.. of the 10th March. 1847, (to be derided sidered. direction of the department. Kxrnption: however m"y in ronneriion will', thi 'N;".spj10''

}pc by the lit dny of April) on the routes and in 3521. From Mouticello by Grooverville, Ga., 5. In all cases there is to bo a forfeiture of the \\w allowed where the star hM I hi n.ade I by the' present Lake Monrce, on. hundred ansi M .'I'

t? t the manner and time in'specified, viz: to Thomesville, 31 miles nnd back, one a week. pay of the vfp! when the trip is not run ; a for. owner of the stock on the route, and it i- .4boeP.l.ikn up tl',,. Si John's' rivrFlorida 1."lIltS.
M FLORIDA. feiture of at tleast j>na fourth pt:! of it when th manifest that ilM roaonfiirpie.ferringtljesperific In 1.,", ..
Leave Monticello e't'fVt"dnf'.tay nt. a m, s2t. .u.
I i 3501. From St. Augu
q. Kirkland, to St. Mary' Ga.,90 miles and tack, arrive Leave ot Thomasville Thomasvilln same every day Thursday by p at m.6 am, the connexion with n depending mail, an.l.a. forfeiture S3. On routes of the highest rims, wl.erp (.or. and Suvannnh ICt_

.nee a week. 5 of a dim proportion of it when a grade of hone coach or steamboat tn\np rl iion i. rrquir Pnclict.
Leave Augustine (every \Wednesday a m, arrive nt Monticello same day Chattahoochie by p m. 21 miles service rendered inferior to that in tho contract. cdby llw size anti importance of the mniN. ih' iectil.r Steam p541,1
3522. From Quincy to ,
: 111/
.,1. arrive.at St. 'rr', n!xi day by 12 m. nnd back, twice n week. These forfeitures may IN Increased into penaltiesof preference foi the'p"rfir.IMViIIlr., if' ereji,arv, sTIlE C""l. r. l'p k..iJf"
Leave St. Mary'sererythurQday; nt 1 p In, or- ]> Tuesday arid Thursday at higher amount according to Wie nntnre-or frequency carried to n greater extent of ditf ren/e tlian 'n ('I..uralA.t"r! .I

tive at St.. Augustine next day by 11 p m. 4pm ave, arrive Quincy at Chattnhoochie every same days by 9 of the. failure and the importance of the ih, inferior coach muled, sul'jnct, low ever, to |lnexceptions ing M 9 .t\. M. on each wrek, Hhd will h."it

q 3502. From St. Augustine New Smyrna,St. mail. above :te i
; Locie, and Miami river, to Ky West, 600 miles m.Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and 6. Fines will imposed, unless the delinquency 24. A modiricntion (fit Lid, in my of ii_ e.''0. St. Mnry. lend' all .uht.r inniM-dime! Iatvl.s1.tilI, ,

and back, twice 'a month. Friday at 1 n m, ntrivent Quincy same days by 6 be satisfactorily explained in' due lime, for ti.il; terms it tantamount 10 n nw (.Id. nnd'rann arrive in NI\HIIIIH|, rnrly .>n SII''r.p.
. 4 Leave Sr. Augu.*tiM In the lit and 15th or fin. failing; to take from, or deliver! at, a post office, the l In received '0' to interfere wit) regular' dim- PiiMfO'en for C'UII' f..I.. rn |..w lt i

,.. each month arrive at Key West in seven days. Proposal for tri-wcekly. service will bo consider mail or any part of it ; for suffering it to be wet, petition, after the lost 'hour set for;rTelvin" IIi.',. in the evening in ihe daily line .r Simmer"dur\

Leave Key West on the 8th and 23d of end l'.' 43:23. injured, Iot, or destroyed; for conveying it in n C. JOIINSO Tlw Gallon run ir, .niMinn|; why.

month, arrive at Auguoine in seven days.Proposals .From Chattnhoochie, by Ochesee Blounts- place or manner dint t'XPCt1P' it to depredation. PiMtmiMer General. \'"dl"urnriM'.r." % JJrij I.i" 6( I."

i-t fur service once a month will bo con. town, lula, and Fort Gudjden. to Apalachicola, loss, or injury; fur refusing after demand tu convey Past Office Drpartntnt. JYotJ.!3. 11G. New York fif which ."o ffiivp* rrni 7 M..17.

PR ..I..nad. 150 miles nn.) h\ck.l\\"ice n week. from I.t Octo- n mail !>y uny coach, railroad car or steamboat D.-(: 18 12 w In.'ri.inr. f
3503 From St. Augusiirfe to Picolatn, 18 milel I in each nnd week which the contractor regularly runs on the routo.beyond Thi.Gluston d... .t ri-lurn h. lUark
bi'r to lt of June year, once a l."
.and back. week. \pecincd immlxr of trips in the I f'r SIt."n't"
tJ once n the residue. con ZIUJc3t ( rotDt wi.y In .
44 Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a m,F From 1st October to lit June. tract, and, for not arriving at the time set; and NAM1. Of 1'4cKJ:7-'.

tt arrive at PicMita came day h12 m. Leave Chat tahoochie (v"ryWpclne.dt1Ytnnd Friday for setting up or running nn express to transmit '1'nteJIIJIaI.er. 5 MJlK-STllKfTT.mid Jeweller.No. Tllf' \.....,. ...nq'"iit. : Ibid l.kir. .iI !;i'wiai.
Leave Picolata MontUy at 10 m, arrive commercial intelligence in advance the mail I" 1 .
i .n. every p at 12 m, arrive at Apalachicola next days by a .1rl-1..rrlll ":.Iuly -*"IY 1J..La! ..
I. .at St. Augustine next .Ift) by 3 a. m. 6pm. penalty will bo oxactrd equal to a quarter's n"'rtrtfullvln'lrmc the citizens 1hi j. CI.IN1ON. .. I..,." 111.01"',.J,,,, JL :
I' Proposals for twice, nUo for three times a week Leave Apalachirola)' Tuesday nnd Thurs- pay. .' ; or JAr'J.lnrlvillp ftd ittl viri! hit\.lhn i I;..r. A((tSTA. ,\0 M. 1wrnwJ .

. .fI ervire will be considered. day nt 5 a m, arrive at Chattahoochie next days 7. The Postmaster General may annul the > ..J'b" hn> Amoved In ,use IIOIIH immediaujy J Idle 23. ,

3504. From Carey's Ferry by Fort Harle.Ncwnansville by 11 a contract for repeated failure; for violating the '#. .P' .t' f'. i "'ljni"int the cue. .r.*. \t'w lm nt VKHNOX.W. Eriy .'h"'rJ.t.

I r4 and Ellisvillc, to Alligator, 80 m.From lit Juno to 1st October. post office laws; -disobeying the instructions of cent'17 Icrnj'i.*<. a.lh pu list It)* SA\'.\N1\IJ.\I I IRr ll.S ."'' .I'.I..J
I miles and back once a week. Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday nt 12 the department; for refusing to diaclmrpe, H carrier office of ih."FI.>ridn Str4.mm."Alul in ,unyr.. KXAC'l J. J.>,Iti.!Mi., nie..uei.Jj, It

r. Leave Garey's Ferry every Tuesday at. 4 p ro, m, arrive at Apnlachicnla next Friday by 11 a m. when required by the department; Iir assigning pned Inl'XP"lIhw11a p*>mptitud'>,itll ordi.r_ cnhndcted flll" EXCEL.: C. H. Smith.j nl.J''n
tr Arrive at Alligator next day by 12 m. Leave Apalochicolaevery Monday at 9 a m, arrive thecontrnct without the consent of the Po-uma- with 1'If'h'H\.lint.| TI I..... vr.rIe, i.e .utlll..1 'Isy nwe .t.-i.

Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p m, arrive, at Chnttahoochio next Wednesday by 11 n m.. ter General, ur (tutting up running express Mr. Grotlie vrntild nlf$> .nv. that JI" hu d/* "r. r"rj..I1". wi." ".n ".. "''r xirtir....

at Garey's Ferry next day by 10 a m. .. Proposals for nn additional weekly trip;(rum 11 as &for<*4uid. mined lornnfiueliH mt"2$ion. in (suture. exclnivIt .. J'p..rh:'." ns .r"i4.rral.i.. 150 {u *il.|,.

' if Proposals for twice; also fur three times a week October lo lit Juno will be considered. 3. Th Postmaster General may niter the cor, I to work in these bfi ,.... HP render hi* Tlwwill unit I pocue.i1v H. -'.. .1Id .a

: Mnriee will be considered. 3524. From St. Joseph's, to Apalachicola 25 tract, and niter the schedule, lie allotting a pro- thanks to the many ,.110 have givn hiui > I ra-... ''If' tll.1 I.IJt'" I., a r. n.,." .

3505. From Jacksonville to Alligator, 70 miles roilen and back, twicca week from 1st October to1st rant increase of cnnip.nsation i within 11.0| re.lri if- llieirparron. re, and tr is 1J. t.i exertions h.rr. (iJ.tJa: IIUJ.1ID.

! :i and back once a week. June, and once a week the tesiduo of the lions impooed by law, for the additional service after wflIIw'itel, n. lo.nf rit it. Ar.'...r.orur JSVII..4eiII.

: Leave Jacksonville every Tuesday at G p. m, year. required, or for the increase ofspet'd il.th.. em- From long 'rartia- 1. 1"Jcinpu. I 1s0 f..I. Rent,. run Iof" .-.l *? Si -\.t..ri...

arrive at Alligator next day by 12 m. From Ist-October lit June. plovmeniof t\ctljrinnal.rlld.I or carriers is rendered himself romrx-lent lrhnrgefl .e gi e .$fartioii. nnd l a.i* I,.1irnli..rl lo IJ. f: CAKR & CO.. ":t''I'

p Leave Alligaior every Monday at 2 p in, arrive Leave St.Joiephs every Monday nnd Saturdayat necessary; but the contractor may, in such case, will ,Iwtho mldp.rr and nc tva.onaM' u J..h. I.,. 1H.:.

e at Jacksonville next day by S am. 7 a ro, arrive at Apalachicola same days by 5 : relinquish the contract on timely' notice, if 'he *. i.f tho North.
Proposals for twice also for three times a week p ro. prefers it to the change. The IWmaxter General N. U. CI.wks' nndVn lies repaired in the best S.V.. DOliGE'lI'

service on this mute will beconstdeted. Leave Apalachicola every Sunday and Friday at I may annul the contract or curtail the service, manner, anti at the short t41 nolirr.

{ 3506. Frum Pilatka, by Orange Springs, Fort 7 a ro, arrive at St. Joseph's same days by G p m. I and pay when he withes lu dispense with th J"Ck"OIIjJID..c.. 2(. 845. _IO-:

.:. King, Long Swamp. Okaliumka Fort Dade and) From 1st Juno to 1st October. I ,service in whole or in part or j.lncua higher or '- :,... ..T-,.'.-..:;.r_,1r.'._,"'.-_:.,:._\
: ': Fort Faster,. to ,Tampa, 155 miles and back, once Leave St. Jo.epb'ev.-ry Saturday at 9 aID, arrive diffVreat grade of .ervicn on situ route he allowing FORVARD1 ALDRICH, ..., .z-:., :.'..''..'It'.
week. one month's extra on -'.-
pay thenmountditpensedwith. : r.. .
Apalachicola tame dRY by7 pm.Leave "
ILsP Leave PilatkanveryTiwday at 10 a m, arrive 12 arrive -
Apalachicola Friday m
every 9. The o: \\ '** In iji everal Conn i.f Law .. .
will be made
r 5 draft -- .4
Tampa next Friday by p ra. nt Joseph's same day by 10 J1 m. payments through on -
Leave Tampa every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive 3525. From Bainhridge, Ga.by Chattahnorhie, poi nflicPlf or otherwise, ufter the cxf.irntiun .f and- Equity in then 1..t..jn< Cir."il..i, nnri.I"V SE IINARY.
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A. FURWAM S A .titn'.
at Pilatka next Friday by 5 p m. Ringgold, Mariana, Senrlock' Spring. Wrhhville, each quarter say in February, May. August and :
:; Proposals for twice a week service will. he con- 'Cnmpbelton, Geneva, Almirantc, Milton, Florida- N"vpmtlC Louis ALDIKCH_Ns"LIVINGSTON\ nn "m.. rJIHL: .um,. f>f rrtMliun, pnr neil 1 b ffci);*

.I sidered., town, to Penacola, 231 miles and back. three 10. Tbn distancen ore given arconllnj to the ia,fli. I" (,.,..1. .lul"'I. ii... j.ilsci14r.ui(.
L 3507. From Pilatka by Enterprise, Mellon- times week.. I leest inf'Trnation; but no io:ieaiicd J1 fY will |I" nisb'iuld Ik DOWNING, 'lnrtioni emil nnnl.>;y. S".r.I. )ht, apt hurler

..I ville, 125 miles and back once a week. Lcavo Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, lo\\'pd, hey prove lolw greater than i i. ad.vt'ntied ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. rriI In .I..r "U"J'*. "NY. .live. "11r.1, mis' r9iii.

: Leave Pilatka every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive nnd Friday nt 2 am, arrive nt Per acola every if she jiluces correctly lI"m.I.! D5" Will prnnir in ij t.. *<.rl.1 l C. irt# of Ln" site I"lruli.,_ : "hil.. II,.... -11ft .re' ..>CI .le'iw4

r kf nt Mellonville next day by 5 p m. Tuesday, Friday, nnd Sunday. by 4 p m. .I 11. The Poatmnster Gi-neraJ ill pr hil.iie ; t Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 10 a m, Leave Pensacola every Sunday. Tuesday nnd law hoot knowingly making a conirMrt fur the G. LlVlNOSTd.v. l'f"iiHrniiille.C. lw- t iii their ot.j-i-i* in I hf...

ri arrive at Pilatka next day by 5' p m. Friday, nt 8 a m, arrive at Bainbridge every Tuesday trnnportntion of the moil with any ierou, who W DOWMMO, J'urj Kiiij. "fh, r.teJ..ti..uc ..1 I'' i""lir.tiun.rt'
; i 3508. From Mellonville to New Smyrna 30 Thursday, and Sunday'by 10 p m. hull faa\'o entered into any comlitntiliori, or pro ttitl. Illfo .i"tff' .r..ira ..,.re.t..", lhoIRltllrcl..

; r milel' nd tack, onee a week. Proposals commence the route at Chattahoo poticd to enter into tiny combination in prevent JAMEST BRYANT nml mimi l\nrM-t-T.r ..(j it. npm"!

; U Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 6 a m, chie, will be considered. tIe mnking ur any hid for n mail contract bv any 111.! ri."il.Jj'14. | inlf iwlnl' |n lf Itl rtlI111tLTh. |
;4 arrive at New Smyrna same day by 5 pm Proponalsfor once' week, also fortwice a week other IMJIMHI or |x rons, or who shnll hue*math' ATTORNEY AND cdrNSELLOK AT LAW, .* ." ...I..r t..irr.| in .uhi""I' Milk kipiN. .

.1 I Leave New Smyrna every Wednesday at 6 a m, service, will be considered. nny agreement, or shall have given or informed Jacksonville, Fia.ATTORNEY bnt.iuf kind HH.| fmiilinr ilt'rrn..a

arrive at M8!l nville same" day by 5 p m. 3526. From Marianna, by Onky Hill!, and or promised give or peifurm, nny r.oniel.nuion -. ---.--- lu i'sflhuPfLre sled ,, .II.... Ie" nn n..1..1 P.. tIe IIrfIlt'pirt"'lllp"

:Jt 3509. From Newnansville tu New River, 22 Holmes Valley to Uchee Anna, 60 miles and to do, or not to do. nny thine whatever to in.Iuce AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, ..f lK-lt.-nrt. Than hry ." i."rrPauJd'

: miles and back, once a week back, once a week. nny othnr person not to hid for a mail rout met.- gr"u1r..ni'IIf.I'r.' I
;, Leave Newnansville every \V Wednesday 1 p m, Leave Marianna .very.Thursday at 6am, arriveat Particular at en ion is called to the 28lh wctimi AND CCpNSELLOH AT LAW, 1\II "arruurut ......,. ur I"..kiinqo.'iiec4 lhtPPI

I arrive at New River same day by 8 p m. Uchce Anna next day by 5 p m.Leave of the net of 1 JaG, prohibiting mbinatio s to Jacksonville, FJa. *i-h ilnry anti l nU .f the il";ivw- of ...i..c

Leave New River every \Wednesday' 5am, Uchee Anna every Tuesday at 6 a ra, arrive prevent bidding. i is kept ; ropj .if 'lei,, nreixinr. In raa11'

i V. ..rriveat Newnan ville same day by 12 rn..b at Marianna next day by 5 p m. 12. A hid received) after time in wit : tlm 10th New York Ailvcrtiscmczit. with iherrpiUricrm bill, i.tmn.mitHHl t.r Ul7

I 3510. From Ne raan.yUle. by Santa Fe, and 3527. From Marianne, Jackson county, to St. March next, nt 9 H. m., without the narnniy --1- pnrent nr sunnlinn, wlmmny dr.ire U.

r Fort Fanning, to Cedar Keys, 1 08 miles and back, Andrews Day, 60 miles arid back, once a week. required by'law,or that combines nfveinl nmtm in THR TKRMS FUR A S'SSluX Djr TVTXLTX WKIll:

I .once m we k. Leave Marianna every Thursdry at 6 n m, arrive one um compensation, cannot b' connideri'd in TREASURY HISTORY, Hieh 00
> Branch.$3
Leave Newnaniville every \V Wednesday 7 a m., at St. Andrews Bay next day by 6 p m. competition with a regular projiosal not adjudged Comprising, n genera) introductory ouilin nf Common* r (,,1.1.,. 7 COLnlin
..rrivettCedarKeyaiextdayhy7pm. J>ave St. Andrews Bsy every Tuesday at 6 a lo "A extravagant. Universal IJUuiry nficierit nnd moderns, .nd nUll : -

4 Leave Cedar Keys every Fridsy 6am arrive m. nrrivo at M riann"next day by G p m. 13. A bidder may offer, where the 'ftncpnrl" a series of *.1'urt-; ilUiorte of e,rrvprincipil .. Cir.k.1..1"ClaiKir ettrn.l 'Ptn"
.a l Newnansville next'day by 6 p m. 3528. From Geneva, Ala.;. to Clay Bank, 26 don calle for in the advertisement is difficult or NISI;.. thnt exuts, their ,,..M>n in F.'fi ;iwn ni tin- rtqrw.f "

t 3i11. From'Newnansville, by Fort Clark,.Waahootie .miles and back, once'a week. impracticable at certain rra'on n> stiUiiiute nn ri... progress prr rnl condition, &1-. &.. ,\n\ withdrawn from I.Sehew4Iefw'II'
S 4 and Micanopy, to Fort King G4. miles Leave Geneva every Tuesday at 9 a m, at rive inferior mode of conveyance, or to intermit service BY SAMUEL :1UNO f: It, end s.f f'upil .Ld"
J and back, once a week. at Clay Bank same day by 5 pm. a specified number of days, week. or month Author of tli* M TreH >iryofi\iiow|,>tf(" Bi njraphicnl : dp".i..n.. exr**|pt (>r r.'h. 1"111.'xe".1

,' Leave Newnansville every Wednesday at S .a m, Leave Clay Bank every Monday at 9 a m, arrive, He may propose to omit nn oflic that is inaccssihle. Trea.-iurj'/1 Lilfraiy and Sci.-niftoTrea I'ninejjsnl approve( rill 'IN* required h'"II"]

arrive at Fort'King next day by 8pm. at Geneva same day by 5 p m. or' is nut on the stbge road the railway or ury." "... inrluHinc No; pint "(rl..I..iOlI.. .
Leave Fort King every Friday at Sam, arrive 3529. From Pensacola,by Honey Cut Ala, and /l a tenmbont landing*ns the caw mny In ; ur he THE HISTORY OP AMERICA, deduction' w ill In* nmd in tb'c11-1f1'-,
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S fiNr ...i..n.I..c'! In
_& .at Newnansvillo next day by 8 p m. 0 Blakely, to Mobile, 72.miles and back, three time may dOer to substitute an inferior mode of supply EDITED BV JOHN INMAN, Es<*. pupil- rae" *.
4 3512. From Wacahootie, Emathla, Camp Iz.' a week. in such case. He may propose different days Complete in Iwo nlum*.. large 'J'rn'l. with In I..llIi'L.nt'1a.1 requiring the pupil I. t*wil **"

- 44 ard, Homosassa Augusta and Cbocochatie, to Leave Pensacola every Sunday, Tuesday and and hours of departure and) arrival', provided no engravings, $4. As edition in paper cnvtris,. drnwn shl,.. from the SCHH.! proj-rr deduriw

----- ;; Fort Dade, 93'miles and back; once a week.' Friday at 5 p ro, arrive at Mobile next day by 11 more running time is asked, and it is obviou that complete, *uit, "I.Irt fof mailins, $3. in .. kT -
Pulronnce solirited from
Leave \V.cah tie every Thursday at 6 a ra,' a in. no mnil connexion or other public accommodation DAN1KL. A DEE: :, rultli'her. i none and j
- Arrive at Fort Dade next Saturday by 5 p m. Leave Mobile 'every Monday, Thursday, and is p.j dlced.. He may ask for more running lime 107 Fulton stnet, New York. an unqualified ronfideort' in lbs ability T

Leave' Fort,Dade every Monday at'6 a marrive Saturday 12 m, arrive at Pensacola next days to the trip, during n specified number of day*. at _Sept. 18th 1546. rh, of lh. PrinciMil.Th ftIIW---
at W.cahoo e"nexi' Wednesday by 5 m. by'7am. certain school n ,' in a flnurinliinc c
R p seasons peculiarly' bad roads but beyond '
.' 3513. Frais Alligator; Suwannee. Shoals. 'to Proposals for daily service will be considered.. these changes a pr l'o*al for ervice;different- NOTICE. TTM IxiiMiny I. e 'large, ",lt11nt.cdion..r..J '*'?1 fc

: Blonnt's Ferry, 35 raile and back, ones a week. 3530. From Key West, .by Indian Key,' tq from advertisement. will prevent its being con-, ALL person' indfbteil to he .snlMcriber a. sfriirinn. recently errctrd ""v FSoriua J.!ft
Leave'Alligator,every Thursday at 4 a :m, arrive Charleston, S. C, 700 miles and bock,. once a iidcred in competition ,with a regular of the K.tate of Henry Car- I. or I. o. O. F.
, ., .'' at BJount's Ferry same_day by 6 p mm.. month. aside" extravagance; and.when a M bid contains not.set nard.) Jr.,,
L M Leave haunts F..rry'eiery Friday at 5 am, ar- Leave Key'West from the 16th to the 20th of any of the above alterations their ftftiifie.l.ihnt it will b. i. ,-asy ..1'NCC.'eI.. hoard may lIP ebi1t1I1'.
: A.. civ at Alligator same day by 6 p m. each month, arrive at Charleston with all practi. w\ll be estimated in comparim with iiisecdvnntap.s other her duty it' 'itrh Aimini; lratrix. tu put ,in suit .'IMbI mle in nsp TiiiM.* famiJi._i/ '
J 0.. 3514., From Alligator, by White Springs_ ,_JasBeaton. -' cable despatch.Leave .. .., . posals. In pro indi,rrininaiuly, nil irh notes, nccount*. &c., nit Jltr".uny,.. .:.F., M.,,.211h. "UtfL
: Lake jifton and on theist of eacntnontb 'rL shall hefoicndtemainirgin her hands unsettled
j 1per, Woodland. Cherry Charleston day I 1. mere mount oe out ODD routo bid for in a on Agricultural I.pleea'
-: : iUa, to Monticello, 103 miles and back, once'iWeek. -n arrive at,Key West with all practicable despatch proposaL, tne. ht Match next emumg.HENRIETTA. .

., F Proposals to embrace Cap?' :Florida and St. 'Augustine uij?. The. roulelhe orvi( % >. yearly the" BARNARD DENSLOW & WEBSTER.SAVANNAH .
LMo Alligator every 'Wednesday 1 p'm,.or- 'will considered.. bidder,s name and residence, and the name pay of each Administratrix Estate of Henry GA.

.idea at Monticello next Friday by 8 p m. '3532 From Key West to St. .Augustine, 600 member of the firm, where a company oflers, Barnard, Jr., deceased. DJCALKRS in the article. *)it""V "
Leave Mpnticello every Saturday at 5 a.m, rciva miles and back, twice a month. I should .dilfinetI1.tatftllo) tho mode of Jackymvill, .. Ppcen',ter 3 1th, 184G. 4vrNOTICE. sold following other ,
conveyance on reasonable l as say
.4. ii Alligator next Mondsy by 12 m. ,Leave Key West on the 8th arid 23d of each i1'a. higher mode than on horseback is' luhmrnt in SoutKern) et..u.
4. 3515V From Tallahassee to St. Marks 22 mile I 'month arrive at St. Augustine in seven days .
:' ; intended. SIX WEEKS after ;dnie I shall apply! all ll,"' COMPLETE assortment .f aJa.$
Aad t&ck, three times a week.. I Leave St. Augustine on' the 1st and 15th of A ,
16. The bid should be under the/Judge nrI'robateror Nassau csurntv. ; ; of 28 du ,&
sent seal. addressed pigments, consisting
LeiiVe, Ttllaha&soiTieyery Monday, Thursday, each month, rrive at Key West in seven da .. f t.ied.A
)r of Atiminustramion
to the First Assistant Postmaster General with on the Estate, of patierris.rtf Plouch. line,. (varw" i
*BdSstordsyf at 1.a m Arrive at Su Marks sameUyiyplfll'mm. Proposals to terminate this route at Cedar Keys ,
Mail. Margarita late if S5Sd"
in Rosy Femamlina. deceased and
Instead will be considered. Proposal* the Stm- of-v," written, c ; Tiacennd Ox Chains Shovels [
< t on.tho face theieter; and should bedespairh- JOSEPH BERGALLO. and Manure Forks; Patent and' AIW' Sc1t
L!ave St.Marks every Monday Thursday, and 03" Proposals. auppljingtbe foUowing'olBces ed in lime to be received by or before the JOt!, ernandina. DveernrlIth. 1846: 6w Reap'Hooks. Grain Cradle, Core .
at rdsyf tt 2pm, arr1y..u Tallahassee same in Florida at a 'sum to be named and subject i lIar Grid
to Mluchnext at 9 o'clock, a. m. anti Cob Cn'...". PorfaW French ;
4sjIb11mn' -, .the,condition pf being limited to the ,net proceeds 17 The contracts are to be executed a NOTICE. Mills Hand Corn Mill.Straw Cotters,r
-S 3516.; kromnTUabsiee' ,by New Port and Su of the office, are invited : fore the 1st July nat _by.or, SIX, WEEKS alter dllt!. I shall apply. to the Patent Churn, Foot 'Cotton Gin., Saw c.Tht

t to Shell* \Point, 32 .mIles and back, three S- ;Qbjna;Hill, .(rom Quincy, 12' ,miles'and back,. 18. Postmasters HOD. WillUm. F.Cmbtrw, Judge '6f Probates e.nt Fan' Mill. and Nails. tM

'- tira V a week to New .Port, and once a wee the' ,once a week, railroads, but atpfficea than situated upon or near for the County of Duvaf; for Loiter*" f.Administration Full assortment'of White' Lead. 'C"I' : : I

ctsidoe. : lornfczn! Qgincy,'10.miles and back, once, will more, eighty rods from a depot, on' the estate of J. W, Herbert.. Isle and Painter urtif W. Sperm,>VhalJCas
Letv* Tallahtstee every Tuesday, Thursday, a:week. immediately after the 1st April next, report .of said county deef a..n. Varan ).) .' )
< nd Saturdsy 7. a arrive,at New Port S ,that fact to the department stating their \qr OiJ.SriitI1"'r ,
at. ; m," tame Troy, from Columbus,.35. miles and back, once a distance exact GEORGE HERBERT, Glass, Window Sash.
from the
4aysb2p. railroad depOt. and b W".ki : Gun Powder. Shot.Bar Lead, \Yer'
; : Le every'Monday Wednesday and **. "ppli! cd with the mail,,to enable the Post
Newport ,
; \Woodcock Mills from .Stv.Mary's,. 20 miles 'aup". Wrapping and PjUiH-
.. jj7s arrive at Tallahu.ee..tD.e masttr..General to direct the apply'to U I Foolseap .
;; Friday. .m, days aadbackoncaaweek.. proper f Notice. PAPER, PRINTING aid Wriuiog I4JCS
I. E.'C
',>" ,,2 rill. ,, rem the railroad by mail' messengers, (remand I MONTHS after data I shall the To..l. O >
,Form for:. bid where no change from advertisement after the lit apply.to Carpenter and Coopers E ;
:< Le tordayat 6 a ra arriveS July next. O "o.n J t'rJ .
.*re Newport evsr ,T. O'Nf'iII.Jl1dpol Probates fur
t'-I is the bidder SEEDS warranted as good as as JJI"
;. .:: -: at ShiPnnme iiy:1O! ', ; contemplated. 19* Under the act of 3d March,.18 the, route the connty ofNRs.aufor.a. discharco. Administrator awl ...
: as, received
;"I (or.weai the case may be)- (here write the is to be let to the lowest bidder ( Orderataankfuily r-r .
',' ,; S .r swLPolfttne" Saturday 1.p .,.ar- name or names in full)of!bere.state the residence' dent.gusntIesfor tendering sufll ontKeTolJowing Eatal,..m: S ioerCbnVlopher ed to- : "

d..aaN..pert.,1l1,6 p m.Proposer ..- : or residences] hereby propose tocarf1.tfi .m.Uora other reference'to the falihtulperfoimanc mode of ., witlwiut deceased,and Stmnel Si Christopher of Fiorina; Savannah, Ga.,June lOb ISTlS..t' ___ ,_. ,
: ::10.1'trI-.OekJI. to No. ,,fteiia.s trinsportatinnthan SPICER C. BRADDOCK. -
J to ai be
'I--..r :..& Mark, wiil eoafidered.' :, the, advertiseeiBnt! m\iv req iras ,in the time stated in Certainty may ,ec'eisiryto' provide. for the due celerity, .,. S' 4" Administrator on.said_ Estates JTlJm 1im 1IGJ 1 1

t., 3517.;Frat TaHUuoe ,. 1 iApoaa,' Marion, the.schedules, and by wo fjlhwisg! mode of, eoa- Wbco the and.aecttritybf Iwcit' bid ocVtranspprtition. : NilsauCouhflnue-' )J. r..i. 0' J'LL 'DEICtP'TIOS.; &XlDt110Cl".t: .
... .,... ,r.-. ; proposes a mod of con- Nassau County,August. Hit, 18.<,J I* >:4m*t 0 : ...XATt.T.' Jlcut.. ..o'tJ.'t1lV oi$1.:
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