The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 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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System ID: UF00054483:00233
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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One;iquare to Of for bt'r S.L,and Month.Creditor.: : .2: W 00 CI AP. 179.-An Act.autlorizing ihe. Mali the first,, eighteen hi idred,and ;y, on the, northwest .cpast.of: America par, Representatives by the cf Senate ih6 Unltwf aeit 1Jq JJti&rI \

indication for Letter.of AJmmi.tr.tion 5 00- payment of certain ,clams' ,of the fort/, "five, didconsent th/t, tecritpr: xyestward of the_ Stony or Rocky mountains : America In {afe'3ft! .' :,
religion aot ees witt be ueried gratutadmissible :included witoin enbled, Thai :
rrAli: Alabama ry jroperly md'righv.: now commonly called'the :
of '
... : tate Oregon of the thirty'seven copies of., ;
C t usfY. communications will enacted fully' belonging) td, the riub c-of Texas territory should, the narra
:XTAU personal ec. 1. Be it ,bjand the Senateusand ogetherwith its har- tive:and scientific i workof .
.ehFtf'l .I giIertsemente.It d* House of Jlepresentdtvei.of thetJrred ; might, be .erected:inba ew,State, borsbays and creek ; ind the navigation the Explo.; S
be eaitl41n Expeditron
? ALl. Iflhi for Jo l'rimin nwJt i i to us.called the.State oRTex s .with arepoblicairTorm of:all rivers within thesame : deposjted nnd"tole;
cJttinot; nril1e work. to Slates America, I Congressasmb1ed > ; "free andofln" dcpt sited,.in the Library of Corigress/ ,
p Z:7A11:: cmmfl&1iifl& must be That there be aid (6: ,the of govvnn int, to be J to the vessels] citizens, and sub one' copy shall be

GILLETT' k H.uUIU poStSgS paid.HOLFS St eof Ajnbama,. out of hoy- .money in adopted. by the people. sai i( republic, jects of 'the two "powers' ; but withoutprejbdice of Florida'; -and presented,whenever to' the State. ; "

& CO. the!Treasury not ,otherwjs ,approprite by; deputies .in ,cbnventioV ssembled to any claim Which* either of StatchalI.: beadmjttedjnto the any new, '
HOLl\IE with tke.cohsentof. ; the Union,
theexisu patties
of thirteen tiro four ggoyernr might have to of 't
CO.. b.'emnvrel ; the sum any part one ,copy said 'works shall
tI"ESSRS. 'kr Mrrr.h..liu& 'In ,tb.. lire hundred and fifty five: doll, rs, and thirty merit,' in order that the,saws might, be; said co trYj and 'with this further provision -' ed to such State*. bepresean.' ".. : .
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'' 1b..it .u ., Uaitd Stiiei.ka admitted as one of.the Steiof the inahe ecoiitl .. '
tMdJdhr '(,rIIIf'f'O- IiccupfhiI by.I. ; two : .
Buihflnbs7 hAYP' :Union 5 vwhich consent.of Coteresswas .convention_ of the.6th of '
-.. as tl16 G..m..nt for subsistence, supplies, and services ; : Augt 'elfJ'h- ', ...... .
the-it 'foek h'v Ihe) lat6 amnl frum given upon certain,condtionUpecifie4! teen hundred and sevcntSa'teither No. 11. A .
to twenty
duett ...tv. of O'YGnoeJI.; Gm.cprea. of her local troops, and for prpvi- Joint Resolution
Nr- Vurk. a full a .rtment ;in the first and second, sectic :s of said might abrogate and annul the thanks presenting
HarrfwanIVoviMionf &... &C., "'hi hw.r. sions and forage'furnished, the friendly party of fcongress to Major\ :
prffI1ClI 10 .hf'11 "t rf'tr..C"f't1 priCl" Indians' during the Creek and Senim-; joint resolution ; and wh eas the: said convention on giving due notice ,General Taylor,Ws officers and theri.'

jM| .y are n"w prrpareil tn purehMHo Cotton, ole hostilities in the'years eighteen I hundred 'people of the, said republi of .Tex of tvelve months. to the other contracting'parfy. |I Resolved unanirriusly by the' Senate .

Jl1LF.l.; "nel nlh.f prctJlut"t I, eii makewh f lh country adwrtrm at 'hbh.d and thirty six and eighteen hun: nsby :deputies in conv< ton, assembled and House of Representatives'of ,the
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Market rai"*
: with the pf the And whereas it has become : United
now States
,..,..1nM"II' In tlirir fiieod* ia Sa,annai ami) dred and thirty seven. of Anencarin,Congress
(;Luh1un. or*?..w York. Approved, August 10, 184GwCHAP. existing- government, ,did dopt a siraole that the respective: claims of the : sembled, That th. )banks,of Congress

TVy !1111'0 ,neir artid; ur Wmusiii Ir"nJ'J.ICIII.r. constitution,> and erect av: State Unjted States and Great .Britain should I are due, and are l Ireby tendered
.. to
.hi.h tl.< r would ectfulv! cidtIiiivt.iIt.n with n': republican form of ernment definitely\ settled and that said ; I General ,
; n( 1'1"I&'rr. I 130.-Ah Act to provide (or'the go territory Major: \! ,aihary Taylor, commanding _
i and in the of the f Texas no than need be the'
Jac\'Clnyilld Nov. C. If of the evidences of pub name peoph > may longer remain I armr of occupation, his
lic debt payment in certain cases. and] by their! authority, .,did o lain and subject"to the evil consequences'of oficers and men, for the fortitude
AMBLKR: .. .nMeivo declare that d the divided skill :
DR. i they-assented lot accep- allegiance its American cnterpriie. and
Sec. 1., it enacted by the Senate courage which ItI
hint .ii.* lit* .Be
: notice tedtheir conditions nd and British of the I have
proposals popuationand confusion
ST guarantees ,distinguished, the recent brilliant
)1"'RtP.lllil1l.Hf in Jutk.1fljfl4S and House of Representatives of the .
in die pVaclww.. or 1)titrv and )"tsv1ttp.rhII4"f" United States of America in Congress ntained -saidfirst dd second and conflict o{na"tionaljurisdic'tions, operations on the Rio Grande.

"," !j.UrcHI in lb) place, inteml-i. l,, assembled Tlmt whenever it shall 'sedion of said'resolution :' a I whereas dangerous' the cherished peace and j And be it further resolved, That

-,*kpiTI&14 lM"rmln..nt w'llter' re'i-l"ni>>., ocCuts..i- the, satisfaction of the Secretary appear the said, constitution, wit the pro. good understanding,of the two'coun | Congress sincerely. sympathize with
to -
.. in the vicinlfj. inT ,
.U" %,-rt in* m 'other place* pe cvidenceofitsadoptionb the peo- I tries. the relatives and friends of the
,)3.t4 S. ...f.rM*nn JWflflI; M ib.!sI.t11 r..mmwiiiy r..ifrnct. the geiteml of in the the Treasury manner hereinafter, upon due directed proof taken pI of the, republic of Tex as,lias been With a tiew, therefore, that steps be I aiM/ soldiers of the army of the'United

JriaIa4 All .ration. in Dfiiiutry | rfirmcfl nnd) that which "hasben, tr smitted 10 the President f the' U. taken for abrogation of the said con Slates who so bravely fell in the service
any treasury'note St and laid before C in vention of the sixth'of: I o their .
111rria.'t.Tvr4II t. before the of this act receivedor tes ongr s con- August, eighteen country on the Rio Grande. .
C I from. a single one to an tfBaimiray entire st.Mu. j I redeemed passage by authorized, officer fo nity to, the provisions ot [aid jointre hundred,and twenty seven, in the mode | And be it further resolved, That the" .

"'". of-the any has been olution,:, therefore, prescribed in its second article, and | F esident of the United' States'be re

I, government subsequently ,Resolved by the Senate louse. ofpresentatives that the intention of the governments q ested to cause the foregoing' rcsolut -
stolen and into circulation
: UI'Negco and) Cfimmiited Caiiffht.TAKK.N tel Jnil. 1 I j! purloined without or put it R 65 the Unite States of of both countries may be more earnestly >ns to be communicated ,to General

r.c-n.nII" It|*IUI *_.5 % army
evidence of been
i.i" in-".'* in Ias-iu! t1ht lilncU% ,,li:liity! j|I or having cancelled thr! State of Texas shall be o :, and is measure! for a speedy and amical t dot his command.
mxrkd. gi'...< hix name ISAAC ; jwi j,t and has been received by any
I"" htreby declared to be one,.of United, adjustment of the differences ftnd, disputes And bo it further resolved, That the'
IlL 00 4 "llIrl 1t",1) .l* zs t llM iim of hi* arn *t, I I InJ person Or institution, for a full consideration
Stiles America and admited into in regard io the said j resident of theUhhea
territory. States be
t.aY411r"i )I"* l b"i MaDII... IhH..l..,n.M5li. Ctt"lIlt. Th ownert 1. I I I course business i .t11: Union on an equal footi/g/ \vith the Resolved by the Senate and House of t lorized and requested to hare a:' medal -

...,.w'...) ., rome f.irwHrd. pr.,ve property.:..\ without notice or knowledge of the ginal States in all 'rcspe s whatever -i Representatives of ,the United Statesof c gold procured, with appropriate dej s

dwr* ..an'take him way same having been redeemed or received :, America in Congress' assembled, \icei and inscriptions thereon,'and
JOF.1N 1'ARKF.R. been cancelled
Sli*riir ur HilUlHinnr-h county; as or having or'stolen I :Sec 2. And be it furth resolved, That the President of the United States nted to General Taylor, in.the name

fl.,1'& Bay. Sffiteiulirr 4th t84C." tf. or aforesaid having' and been without purloined circumstan.as' Tfmt until the!: representati i es in Congress be, and he hereby, authorized, at his cf,the Republic, as a tribute due to his

any oftbe'good shall be approtioned 4 wording to discretion, to give ,to the governmentof ood conduct, valor, and generosity tothe
For Sale, I cds existing to create suspicion an actual enumeration of he inhabit : Geat Britain the notice required by vanquished.

A v\rIUAIU.F.I.iC'Ct' .,ofland rontainin; I I faith or due caution with which tants of th United thtes the the second article of the said convention | Approved July 16, 1846 _
!U .rfe... elijiWy .ituated I o f''pmi"; ** i I the same may have been received by State of Texas shall be/entitled to of the sixth of August, eighteen I .
Iiil.n4,on il o St. J itin- ri i.. r. For. .1f"l't'riII.n| I I such or institution, he shall be,. ... '
'I 10..1.'l' .lil! Itf the .uil, und aU. fur tern... person choose two representative hundred: and --twenty seven, c for 'the No.\ 12. A Joint Resolution to refund to
= .,ftiw t and hereby is,.n.ut orized to caase the : abrogation ofthe States and Individuals
*7iir-4 r lr..A.S. lUlIwiii.JjiekpoflTiHe. or ApprovedJDecemberjJ9j', 1845. same. T. ,. expenses in-
\VA' Like Jari..n amount of-'s siichTiote'be'paid to'the f-t "*- ...
J criWr at '' -' r. nniy.FlmUh \ .Al'prtmd.Ap1'tl-g7i-1S'l6.; -ctirrfrAty.thpjn under calUTormilttlS _
< S. F. HALLIDAY. innocent holder thereof," out of any money and ,volunteers made .
No. .-Joint Resolution re/ative/ to the, by Generals _
Ociare.J.; 1346. tf.Administrator's in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated printing and distribution the annu No. 5. Joint Resolution to correct a Gaines and Taylor.

Notice. : : Provided, That the ,facts al estimates. j clerical error.Whereas Be it resolved by the Senate and -

upon which any such payment shall be Refolved by the enate. d House of au error occurred in the House of Representatives of the United
l h creditor* of. .1 l
t" Ft
NOTICE I'ISIIII.'J Tfiy! 1 given todtriluition! in the EtlDh'J made; shall be proved by the oath or affirmation Representatives of the United States of enrolment of "An act to supply deficiencies I States of America in Congress assem

J..b" UWk. deceMA I. and ii. all peron "ho of a credible ,witness or witnesses Amenca ,in congress asseh1>ted, That in,the appropriations for certain bled, That the Secretary of War be, and' ,

CJ'!)bay,.anj rUimi or drmnndrhalever. aAi",1 taken before any judge of the shall be the duty of Secretary of objects made for the service of the he is hereby, authorized and requiredto

-r Jablt"'l..r intrn4t; in Ai,1 erta'e. thai junleM tlm same IN*';, United States, or of the highest court the 'JVeasury to cause thc'estmates'! of fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, refund, out of'the appropriation made
1 within the of
fromilH-tUt)drptif) day October. 1845 period, they twotnr wjllfobtrml. of],record, or of the presiding judge of. appropriations'which he i ia br Jaw no- eighteen hundred and forty six," appro by the "act providing for the prosecution .

all I1 that i will apply to the Judge ofJn4tatf any court exercising unlimited jurisdiction : qciretl: to, prepare and submit to Congisss ved.May eighth, eighteen hundred and of the existing war between the

.llJiIIburn.I. County on th "HUll..s..1vc1.1U' in amount, of. anyState, Territory to be.printed: and copes of the forty six, by which error an appropriation United States and the Republic of.Mex .

(rill taiil O-.ti.ler A4nimi.t 1347.rat inn.T for. a final durharpfoj or district, and of the taking of same to be delivered to the clrk of the intended the support of the pen- ico," approved the thirtieth of May

WILr.IMVEEKS. AJmV. which testimony due notice shall previously House Representatives, n time for itentiary of the District of Columbia 'onethousand eight hundred and forty-

am",*.Dec.25; 34G. 61n. be given to the district attorneyof distribution at the 'commeriement ofeach appears as' an appropriation *'for the: six, to the Governor's of the several. .

the'United States for the district in jsession ; and that the cferk distribute support of the District of Columbia.: States called upon by.General Taylor
Administratrix Notice. winch such testimony is taken, who and General Gaines for
the said. estimates iritje manner .Be resolved by the Senate and volunteers and
.1 j\Tm"ce i< lierrliy! :iveti to cietlitor. of. and per- shall be at liberty to ,and militia and also
appear pro. individual
Congress of of the U.
.'entitled fO iributinn! ill she Klol" of in! which documents printd by House Representatives ;the amount -
MauL.. .. pound questions to such witnesses ; all disributediApproved of the expense incurred said
JUlCUe-d! .u..l.and to all -nun. who are directed to be States of America in Congress Assembled by

**J Iwre toy chum I i.r .demand whateveri which evidence shall be transmitted to January 7, 184 That the appropriation of eleven 'States and individuals,* in fitting out ,

i wr intere in snid Estate, that unle*" lhe the Secretary ,of the Treasury, and l thousand 'nine hundred and forty nine and preparing said volunteers or militia

*.Uekehthit.d ojftr. fntn Uf4.ale.,!om"M.>rteil t, within will be the barred.bavin periinl.-of preserved in, his department ; and all No. 3.-A Resolution to auporize the dollars and sixty four cents appearingin tojoin the army under the command
?erlhnl ; claim ami) demand. agnint alee .wilful false swearing, upon such examination transmission and prese)itation of said act to be for the support of the of General Taylor, to be sealed '

E411: mj'ieiol to piewnl them' to John M. shall be and hereby is declaredto books to the minister justice!( of ..District of Columbia," was intended by upon just and equitable principles.
lcIL.h.l Marian County.IWd Thuma. C. Ellivcotthtr be. and liable to the punishment Approved July 16 1846.
<<'Aiac1n.! perjury, France' in exchange for bpks recei-- Congress, and shall 'be construed,. to .
.a FRANCES* my agent*,-HINDLKV.AiJminutralrlx.'without delay.. for that-offence prescribed by the red from him. I hate been appropriated for the 'support JOHN W. DAVIS,

: laws of tbe United':5tutes; And provided (Resolved by the Senate aRepresentatives d House of of the penitentiary the'.said District Speaker of the House of Reptesentasi -

_4hC1lSt 14lh, 134GA4mjiijsttor's Cm further, That a statement of all of the, Unit ::1 States of: Columbia, for the fiscal year ending G. M. :DALLAS ,

treasury notes paid under the provisions America in Congress asset bled, That the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred Vice President of the U. States

T aE emUtor*. .dutrilHitee and IVoticc.otlnT. inter of this act, within the precedingyear the librarian of,Congress ]L;, and he 'and forty six. : --f and' President of the Senate.

e tfd ia the K.iate of William McCulley, shall _be submitted .to' Congress hereby is, authorized and lirected to Approved, May 15,1846. JAMES K.. POLK.
cl Nw,tu' OMiniy, Florida.' f I 1ec'aied, are with the annual report of the Secretary a complete series(of. .reports -' -* ,
leieIiy chnl and admonUhed to IN* and relation finances.. procure A Royd Editor.-The King of Ba-
appear of theTreasuryIn
lad- Iwfewt die Iliitmrable, the Juilge of i'nNMI1 -of all .the. decisions oj1" Supreme No6. A Resolution providing for temporary -
varia is about
Itflof counfy..l m Court of IV obatc, id Sec.- 2. And be it further enacted, Court"of the United Statesand} of the mail "service in Texas. to start a newspaper,

'IebeId lam t the Court HOHV. in aaid'county, on the That when any officer or agent of the circuit and district courts thtfeof,'which Resolved by the Senate and House'of which,rumor says, he is to'edit himself.

Moadajr io April 1 1847 and .hew cxtuse, U United States duly authorized to receive have been heretofore publisfed ; as alsoa Representatives of the United States of We can imagine the King sitting on the- .
4n7 tbtoy Law. .hy I ,h.mld 'ba throne with immense
of scissors
not dirharced an pair
(ncn IJ.ttn! *dmiia-tration of the Estate of redeem, or cancel;any treasury complete copy! of the, pubic statues nt America in Congress assembled, That -

-.id WiUi&ID':'t e Cutley..,*? pMrnance: of nnueri aptCourt. notes issued by authority of law, has )large of the,. .united.StatesJnow beingedited :the:Postmaster General be, and 'he is in onehandand the paste brush in ,

;'!hctt0. tl.a.ad,' to b.a mad by me to uid' .received, or-shall receive; or bas paid,' by Richard:Peters, Isq., by authority hereby,authorized to continue the mail the other, writing his.Zeitung, while theprinter's ..
devil is the door
Woutltoc1CMiI4&pt.E. ALBEari, AdmW.' or shall pay tiny treasury note which of Congress; the whole. to be service now; existing Texas, under knocking at ,.
of the
18-, i84 \:. 6mSlIt bad been' ;previously received_ or re 'oriifprmly bound and lettered ;.and to the laws nnd authority of Texas, or palace calling for "copy.

BfstnUor' Notice deemed by any officeror agent .having: cause the:same, under the cirection of such,part, thereof as, in his judgment, Marble Sugar.-The Salem (Mass.)
ecaviug aflet datt"".'I: .ball) >r.en.my authority to. receive or redeem such_ .the'chief justice'of .the said Supreme the public interest may require, from .Gazette says that the pulverized white _

the Ectu. jol.nuchff.! .., or late adminutrator Cotumbia$ of'note,and. which bad subsequently there' : ourtyp be.transmitted,and presented the time\that Texas becomes a State in, sugar, now used in families, contains ,

QQt", cJea.a I'D the Hun.,<
lor.t,,lad. .t.J' for final Settlement of faM E.. tion, the" .Secretary: of the Treasury? 'return and 'exchdnge: for'' works of and the mail service put in operation on pulverized marble. When used dissolved .

.thsais11 t thesarne time apply) lor elicit. of upon' full a satisfactory proof that French law heretoforpr ented by the post routes in Texas established by it deposites a' sediment of clay
: or
..:... $M sucb.taaaid*.lroim.trator! which' all ....,. the same had'been'' received or, paid, in. the minister to, :the Supreme--court Congress at its present session. ", mortar. On a p03taortn1l.exaR nation
EUuie.: de.irpd take
__. JAS- H. EOUERTSON.AJmiauuatar are : fq, good'faith,:and..%in the exercise, of ordinary aforesaid.. Approved,- May 20,1846.. of .the,body of,a man who ,had ,lately ,
Oct.16..1S45. .allow:< a credit Tot :2. And be it: further ,reiolved ,
.! prudence, may Sec.. t died of it, his bowels were found io be
..a""IB I' the amount. .of- such note- .to' the officer That for the purpose abresald'there be No. 9,,A. ; Resolution in relation to the I completely McAdamized and pipe-clay
raterJ ,receiving or paying the '' in of of certain lauds in : _
of-anr the
so : but
MONT date, I .ball make appli- or agent appropriated money: issuing grants ed! _
catioafothe SH"'ter : u4p ofF bate for: same ; and;nil'.credits which'have,'. before 'treasury not otherwise appropriated aStlnElibt Louisiana '- *

,1CiIaL!'..;,1 el.Nuaau'foc i :, ft: fiail ,wtlleroent'.nH: the'passage of:this act, ;been allowed exceeding rq !1dred.dollar&. ". 'Resdlfredfyrthe Senate and House of 4tHow docs the razor' cut 1": said a

)* iorsq '- h.07 fstt* ..sd'roiEiete f,11t.nfC. O'Neill at AHmio, late> in such cases,, and under'such. r ., circumstances ."- -,' ,*;,j Approved, Marbh41S46. ,. v. .fc :Representatives'.of,the United'States of 1 barber., while. shaving one of his custo .

"idcoqnty decea. dt and for m' a1ClilCbalJe' are hereby sanctionea: ,No. ,4 t_ Joint 'Resolution cohcernrhg. America'in' Congress assembled. That !mers. "PrettywelJ,18oud tbfnk.- ;
7A4miaistrajqz, on Mid*: .tat -. Sqc. 3._ rAni tcjfef'irtner enacted '* the Oregon terntorv' : the Attorney' General J of the United You've cut me in. twe-pideesaiready., : .. ,_ ; .
R.t.13wWJAMtWINGATJE.Aaialr.!? .,ThaCallt acts and jarts of acts heretofore -' 't* :Whereas by; "(hire__ ve :concladed -' States be, and: e is hereby directed to
.6'niai.tit.1'o J title the .M 'zBo/iy. lt' is.wldon}. that -
of in people
--: enacted. ,:w 5I ctt are supplied By: this j jaci : .tkcrtwsfltifrthday; (October, eighteen examine: thV evideace '

iiiMh ,. so-fnr. as'the,,same. ;may .mot>have: ; :fcuadred. :and jei i_, between' case ota certain Spanish -land claim in take ch.a:philosophical e\v.of

11! fNTHS.r,!rfata I'.bail pjlytn sh4 beep'acted;ea fare hereby reeled,-and the,.' :UnitedStates. ofivAmerioi ami the State
,PN. Jo4 eafobttM for sefai actedoutheyrczati&eaand : :Kmg of (I i&: 'Ujuteii Kingdom Mr sfs1ppii oove'1fe Orleans, commealy that takea by \a-I086 Highlander,
., aly-maiv-kec: : Jic' j :
.CuiaItty Kuu 4 ; "baads in wedlock!
fur : reiou.10. .
.... ..the r lJo aaaeharce .AdJinau- of Grefli' :Br1taiii aid. Ireland, for known as the.HOBIfJ claim, and i joiQing .

f, :...J Suaca. ,.l-ta&.Oirirtjmber E.sizzSpii.rCbihS. ,lat: ."f Flonaa.SPICEKC '. ..Appr. :gugu t confirmed.a( '.' :, 'thS:n ir 1&dfit hteieirs, :and, afterwards -: ,&--report liii. ," ppinibn' thereon to the NpB, Saint,!/ -says Jie, ".mja d ye

; aADDOc: .. ,, _' 1.. -i----.....\:,__:._._ $ ..indefinitely exteaied'and. coritin : PresideoVof the United States ; 'andaf, i maun pe.the" water J wan.. I pe ire,, _

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; I ; TUB: .NEWS., I t:i ty to recommend- tkf krda"hous.l.oW; ." beingt/'ac/ 1 orfollowed. would- :. be usesss r i to recite.t' the panticuJars + Grande or ,the: ,Rio Nuece,, r.'

JANUARY 22 .. 'I -t* t"' Since vniticome tRe'above, Legnd has of every ata c:!,-for.they are aIchnractCrited flably refused to consent'to
i I .JACKSONVILLE. *. .---- ;. 18,47." t kept by Mr..JOHN Dior;\()-such ttran*, )in> hjre, ully corroborates {the.: : tbetiori ";""li.
: the4' oftreachery.rancityf'and
same degree of
by .
,ger'! or invalids, at present in this place, above, andtai s that large trai) of,! 'I'eias and'ecl.ttl !j_

'\ contemplate. visiting the neighboring cattle has I be i found.by' him, nd ,ruffianly vulence. > could be no negotiation bpotl''tlt.iiib: .

'city of St., Augustine.. We are confident Isaac, lea ing S 8ih,- and' four n- Some \ ere robberies of vessejs-i! ter from the very 'nature of 1k: '

that they will find every :atten-. dinn camp )n j He says there i h no some I out rag' ous violence and plunder ti??.- Our dilly; therefore, as A ,

mistake a )uC heir taking off y ur .of individual. and some, downrFgriyseven citizens is
v- '
tioh paid"to their comfort informed an slock know his !isierl ,.
MOBS YOLUNTEEBS.- We are ari c yo opinionortnore'tharr [murder. Fi of these "easelMr herself > :
friend Mr. \\1lEJic'E by l its,,gentlemanly'pfoprietbip; 'worth its'i cb [ any ot to the United States:. .
by oar : tj ,..
letter i
; it were stated j in! Eorsyth1 ) must
does know' 'th n's ab it c matters, Thiu is protect her. Beyond this
RT.1N'that be has rnis d a full ,company nod as for L the table.who .not. : rsually we
::4t ISAAC -that: Prfnce of tprd jiigh, ', '.thj firs step towards an ii. the, fresiden in December, 1837, an) a long catalogue of grievances, .
E1.rr : of ninety; two men,besides officers, l 'bren'kTan he rishes me to say too South' it-was in. ,refj rene'c' to.i these, that Gerj.' suits to avenge. \\'e an ..

in anticipation of-a 'requisition upon J'bamberlains-the. great I purveyor of th t.y ',othati ght come home forth* Jackson used n his the follo : the war until lost COItU...:

our State by,the,President: for another good"things,'whose name. Is'spread from ,I jf u l4ew 'the'real situatio. of message we hate obtained "Iitii. .
ii Maine toiiisiana whose chi ken' d not' an hour inglJanguoge tion for our j injuries, and until.W7w
s send to Tampa. We ,bet to, ,- ,. things YO NOt stay .,
; company to .; salad still awakens pleasing rem IDes- The India s"w re within ,five, :or: i ix. ',''Thnt tie ength time-sinceeorie prevented die) possibility
since A any
t lieve* 'it.is*oat a week* .or two miles of y ur h uso a day or" two si ej of the injures have been committed, ference with Texas on tke Jnqr.
in the minds of Lieutenants L
1i: :; S RYAN, received' an intimation tbat, the' cences on burning' ai :ar4md< ,them. The ne I the repeated] and ,unavailing applications ico. Less than this par of 3f .
.ervi. .es nf. his ,volunteers would be the Rocky 'mo ltnins.and whose boiled that Isaai sa appeared. saucy, or 1 for red/ess./ -the wanton character .--- .- ---- -_!!_- be- d....
#.I* probably--- -- required,'and it .reflects' great' sheep head H'ever be hankered after .rather imjudenl,. sufficient conviice- of' ,some >f the outrages upon tbe wry iu wur nauonai nOQOl. Mori ,

I U him.that in the single counties by the elephant gazers of Saltillo.andMonterey. .. him that 1eylwere.not, although professing property"unc' persons of our 'citizeis, this is what we neither ek.or. d

; credit upon Heaven ti *\friendly.\ .. Hayne: has upon the ofFi :ers and flag of the Unit d -,-
31ay prospOU -
of Duval and Nassau, thinly populated Jto' and and States of insults CO QRE.JI.
promised go out try. get independent t recent : 9 ,
us they ire,. he was enabled- to i in 'your' dignified. calling, 0 ivorthyISAAo back your:s/ock.. 4 this government and'peopl.by the J Icte HOUSE'OF EPBEsE J"Anvb-J ::. I. 1
ii raise so large'a comp y. *\t'the pre- ; .,'und may you cvor. continue tO do Now it is' 'Dur duty inform theGov- extr1ordinary.lexicnn minister i WOULD day Jan. bid, 1847.-Mr. '\Po" .

condition of things ,in South Flori- ,honor to ,the'venerable city of,St.,Augustine. ernart.nnd jell him.that this is no idle report JUSTlpy' IN THE EYES OF' ALL f sent I a that J
f it .
/ it .
: ,'that our stock is driven out; oftheir IMMEDIATE: \VAR. "''';''
9i da; iii. the r atter'or/the Indians, there : ;welunown) ,range-that :Indians But .. expedient to'levy any tax upon _...' t

is no doubt,,:but thai one, i if not many : ITIORB IINDJA1Y- :DEl ItKDATIO8.Wo .. 'nre' found )n it-that they are out of. this was not ail Twelve addi- coHee. The main- question beg p 1t t
it will be re their bon that the State tional 'cases. that had occurred before it c
: ary-nnd was
more companies..; oy troops regret that it has again becomeour : by a vote of ayes j jv
: 15 with ..the ought to and them out,. if the General Dec mber. 1837, were afterwards as- 48. .
quired to peace nays
pur duty as a public journalist to rllr..Simms
will Governm will not. certained. Two of these were the imprisonmentnad.
:, Indians, and if thj Government the serious attention of Government to I feel (anguine that ,the Governorwill of Missouri, subott; 4% '(
.I only; remove those/troublesome neijhW ;; the alarming inroads of the Indians into do mething ;; in: .the meantimewe murder of our citizens. resolution, that the people! ,of tie IT

; i! 'L J__ __ ___ _....;. .c.("", (_'Evt. RVAWnIPItV. ... .' shall d nuthincr iniure molest UD to December. 1837.. there were ..:.....__ ...._ .__ __A_!__' ;
\UU J"- to or v cu ''' afC wu
.t".n. io
UUI 9 W YjUU"iI the lands occupied oy settlers in urtnge I priuii reiase ;,
-S I of "scrimmaging" elsewhere. !\Ie\n-\ and Hillsborough counties., Hardly a thcmronTHK take back our-own. t therefore sixty.nincveJl ascertained necessary lax in time of ivar1: ir1 IGI s

soliirr he awatsT ; ours in, haste cases of Mexican robberyr murder and
\\ fl while, like a trne 1 week passes that we do not hear some T... H.CRANB.AUSEH ; Since that time with a modification, was unanille lJ L

r T .* orders, ready to.. march anywhere in authentic report of Indian ravages.- outrage. twenty.six adopted. ,
\, d; the service of.his country. We have again and again alluded to OF TilE WAR. additional cases have occurred,-a melancholy IN SENATE-Monday, Jan.. "4iL.. Nr.V t

Government It is a markable peculiarity of >urcountry proof that the forbearance of I \ stcou submitted the
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The :steamer the ruinous plicy adopted,by insulted nation will followingreao i 4
,. S last left t I is in permitting the Seminoles to re hat, in the opinion of he an only tend to fresh lution, which was-adopted- t
Matthews Tuesday
on ,
4 f outrages on the part of.the: .
; t Whigs j ii s never in the right aggressor.We Resolved That the
place freighted with one hundred a id main within die boundaries of. the except Secretary of 11,
1 State. made the when.un r the guidance their con- have then ninety-five well ascertained .- Navy be requested to J
Every by communicate
island appeal peo-
; .' twenty three bales of sea cott n, It \\
cases the character of which is
sel. If re are insulted by forcjorn the Senate the
of Florida be in .ain.- a official
which' had been shinned. on the St.llti ple seems to 1 thus reports oa fifeb
t: Johns river, as follows A : Palatka, thj r. Their farms are plundered, their cattle power, U Uemocratic party is taunted lUr. clearly depicted a letter from his department,, in relation to the low I 1

teen bales, Black Creek, sixty bal s, stolen and driven off tjieir wowls burned with pus llanimity. 'If we seek repcra- Mexican-Forsyth Minister, Secretary of State to the of the U. Si brig Somcrs,-and alo tsr | -b
I { and Government lion forrobber juries, we are branded at a foreign affairs, information he may have
Jacksonville, fifty bales. This isa rnjst yet apprehend( no May 27th 1837. respectinjiiiassistance HP

A auspicious! evidence of the improved danger, and amuse themselves with the i lion, reeking with the crimes I rendered by the olii.e,.iii P

cultivation of our new State, for' it s magnificent official reports hat emanate -1 and wor passions of barbarians 'jhe -'These wrongs are of a character crexvs.uf the French, Spanish andBa. \\

t : LJ 1 by far the most valuable cargo that h s from its officers here. But it is 'Vhigsew England placed cry which cannot.imbued be with tolerated a just by self-respect any government ish vessels of war lying at Vera (1Uw

1 |8r ever been shipped in one week from t e folly to trifle thus with life and property possible obstacle\ to the prosecution of with a proper regard for the opinionsof I ill the rescue of. the crew ot t6a n4 lit,

; ki St.Johns. Every boat now leaves s any longer. Let the Government ,the .list ti C ir with England, and wduld other nations, or with an enlightened brig.! .

t ,, loaded with sea island cotton, sugjjy r, either agree or refuse to remove the In. : have digs oed the Union if they lad concern for the permanent' welfare of On motion of Mr. Yulee, tbcYb d

oranges, lemons, hides, and turpenti e dians, and the citizens of Florida will -possessed. he power.. Before the Settlement those be interested portions in of foreign its people commerce.-who may President was authorized to app Jmhme'nber 1rr

Su Jlf and we trust it will not be long
3 : the business of East Florida wll is time to kno\vwhether our irtate is outcries v :re made byh Whigs at United,States has been seized by Mexican Land Claims in the place of Mr.Bw- if

require, a daily boat to Savannah. : to be denied, all benefit, from its con- our so tantly enduring the rapacity ofEng1an. officers, in its transit from the cup. row, deceased.. j\ir..Jaroagjn \rwip Q
'' i that time it had ital to the coast. Vessels of the United '
at been
T'a-. ,,____ T. d._ nection with, the Union, and is to be jf States pointed. Into
I a.MlAIUA t.Jr N UUltT.ne_ .;:u- b make have been captured, detain
sfv', : prcmc Court of iho State of Florida' plundered and ravaged by, that most' necessary an appeal to arms, ed, and condemned upon the most frivolous HOUSE OF-RKPJIESENT.ITIVKJ.. .
I -, we should riot certainly have bad
S .> met in Tallahassee on Monday the 4th- cruel of all enemies, an Indianorwh an I pretexts. Duties have been ex- ;| sage was received from the Presidfnt, 'an'f
*; thcr its security is to depend 'other Hartford convention. Thi cause acted from others,. notoriously against that additional
upon urging ten regi'mealiof
inst. Hon. THOS. DOUGLAS, Chief Justice All
lies iu
I : te peculiar ch.aracterj3f theNoriherIlJVhigs. laws, or without lav. Others have been
r .: \ Hon.. G. S. HAWKINS and' Hon. the credence given by Government to : regular troops be raised ta serve'daring {lt1tvl
employed and in
in the some instances rained
'tt **! ,the of its officials whom Philosopher; :
G.V.. MACB.E associate reports severe in the war-anJ that ar General (OS-)
.I, .t justices.- closet and the 'Mexican service, witHout hrteinz.
sharpers in the lid< their :
; '.4* Judge BALTZELL, arrived on. the. evening experience has shown are totally. ignorant cqmpensation: to the owners. Citceti I I cer be appointed to take thecoinni3iI.
":1 1 of the true state of thins. I It most proninent features'are fanUticism of the United States -
b .of the'same day. I has and have been imprUoiedfor ; 0 f all our ;military forces in the ICIiV

11 lEB i "jf: As the General Assembly failed to t been settled in the mind of every.citi- avarije. 'l'he manufacture whose long'periods of time, without beig informed who shall be dismissed when the IU an
heart bleeps at the miseries of th of the offences with which ,
, of Florida they lV
; is concluded.
;, elect for the Southern circuit
: a Judge .
and coiteated .will dvrr were charged., Others have been murdered ""' tilt
negro -
,t t r. that office will have to be filled, by- ap-- 'BE REMOVED.'. .. Till tbat;tilDe- arrives,. i the wares of his workmen to starvation and robbed l\i- Mexican officers" 01, Me.-- I Is :;F.NATEtJnt3day., Jan. 5tL- -nA'..,.

. far fi pointment from the Governor, who will we can.l1ope' no security,-we can high seisy without any attempt to bring the Mr.I Yulee, from the committee Or Sin.

. ; TS;! probably make in a few days. Most hope for no i increase in the population, point. The philosopher who Mould guilty to justice. rate land claims to which had beets'Jto 1 l'n

1:: :* of the cases on the docket were tried ; and developement of ,the resources of have s, < :iety constituted upon The principle The measures taken: by our Government lered a bill to. amend the act ppt9nd ,tat
( the parrallelogrum,and v ould I 'tht
i.'t. \ by one of the three Judges noin office( Florida \Ve have no:desire to spreadan 1 'have nkind to obtain satisfaction fromMexico I June 17th, 1814, entitled "AD scth
m bIe
I and, as, the .law requires that three alarm \Ye think'that if. Government cordiof he act at right angles method, ac- ,"-its. long forbearance towards a sister provide for the adjustment of Ian3clais! gu
f to most approved of
Judges shall constitute a quorum, and adoptsthe right measures, thero Fouric would devote his life I republic,-and the delays and insults within'the States of Missouri/Arkia* Jlgt

t.* : that no Judge, who shall have tried a ,never will be an opportunity lor Qn. a- the de ilation of' b'is' to.effect :I with which it was met, are best and-Louisiana.and, in those pads aI"

ri i ;. S .cause in the,Court below, shall sit when larm. .But..any ,one that knows the Indian country by Kind described in the last Presidential mes the States of Mississipprnnd Ata! I I r'
ling ervilc
a hayoft
war the
: the,tame cause is heard in the Supreme character, and that of our.borderers among sag These injuries themselves are south of the 31st degree of no

; Court, it will ,be impossible, for the : who 'plunge i into wilderness, en!' I I are race ihe tected very men whose interests. more than enough to force the United tude,.and between the l\lissiSlipptul J

: r. Court, at present, to effect any business during every thing,.,and daring every- other pr in the more than those qfuny States into a war to uphold its national Perdido rivers" reported the same.d! fen
ie .
9 : until an appointment is made. thingmust know that the,state of things first to treacherous country in would the I dignity and honor. But therfe. is an__ without amendment. .' loot"
pe -- w
lf1tfl which at present exists in Florida be- case wt were additional I Also bill amend acting co' \'P.VI
cause. and that too of I a to an
kL* THE DISTRICT COURT of tile United : tbe'white involv in a war which causedjan increase : no f IOIGo
tweeii race and the Indian, little moment,-and this is the conduct certain land claims i in the St11t ,
States for the of Florida exp.enditure.'Provid !! '
district com- cannot encfure.much the
longer. his of Mexico without
not reference Michigan ,
: to the tria
.. pocket is safe and annexation -
.menced.its session Tallahassee on murder rajiiie at
long since 150 head of cattle. were -stolen <<; of Texas. That Texas had Bills for the relief,of Peter CI11 Shan
- T:7: ..Monday the 4th inst. Judge BEONsoii home, i u matter.,of perfect indiliprence a right .
by Indians-from the to declare its and John read. and
neighborhood 'ind penderice.no' citizenof Capo; ere ,
On i 'to then Provided ,the I the'
.presiding. Thursday ensuing of Ocala in pocket is.safe, '
l\Iarion.coullty.: We the United States 1 to second reading. -
will a
: the grand jury was empanneled and the i theywll I submit to' the last pretend to ti roo
have : received indignities ,
lately intelligence of dispute. That when Jan. 7/A. -ln the :
independent Tex Thursday, the
Judge: delivered impressive that, 'be'offere: <1 tomao. ;
i/ an charge. their. rnvages in Orange i Ult.ia! J
--' had tiJUt
as Mr.
county. They perfect right to ,ally itself Campbell presented a
(: We learn from the Floridian .that there have It h s been the.fashion to .1 ,
least ,
trespassed, at accordingly mor
: : two hundred any other nation, .will also not ,be disputed John C. Hoyt, resident agent
; ..Was not much businessbefore the Court, mil s.trom 'of the the
I r -and"that,it probably adjourned. in ,..limits which" they engajff o.rtbernVbig. journals to proiiat -'. ; But. in'the face of this, Mexico, I' \Vest,.in. the State ofdifferent fJpri C(, "JSll. .
.: aweek. dj keep. If some prompt ,is claimwith. ? : ve are waging unjust war who I of. d
: ; .: Jos. : rRIarhol : action '''- had- for tea years virtually ac.iamojedgcd insurance companies: day
. : BrBBowNPijEsg.lJ ii1imnedi, t ., "taken', farewell to the AJcxico, and, that, our'sole 1 motive the of New ( '
!: i *- .. independence Texas : city York, praying. .men
; ,
were is and .
.of: FJorfda.We rapaeity national :.
security South aggrandize nent. and had rt .tere.any
confessed, i its inability to establishment- zm.ad i lfte
in i aften lanc conquer
"y __ L. subjoin ,the following )letter ,No nmsiou is ever. made,:to. the_ manifold I it.. immediately) Kev West. which af p' .
v 1t, .5. showed. her. n. .. memo Y
1 ,. THE LATB MEXICAN' NEWS.-Instead which, we take. from the.Sentinel,,from: insuni' is mat we nave received'lrom. the' tional :hatred.of.our Union upon-the---- first--- ferred. to-ihe r committee oft- the,J,. 1G; j

; !. f.ot thejjfineraX engagement which, was Judge Crane, of Orange county;, to Mr. fcandsofou enemies, nor do they con symptom of' annexation. She' offeredto lary.. 1. (ron

: r" expected .will be seen, that, .the 1 last Jarnagau, member of the General Assembly ,sider the,preservation i national' Honor : acknowledge the independence of, MrHilliardpreeDted tte'! '. abH ,

4 mail has 'brought quite different ac- : from :thc:\;same county.V.e and dignityto be at,all necessary.. We I Texas, provided, should' not be annexed .. of Robert Butler, of Fle'it1'. ... )thel
4 : : know ito be' n true JStatementt are accused;of oppressing an enervated the JheJ:
United .
'connta.ottbe operations our army.- I of the I to' Sta s.i This pf
: .J, .,:'It seems'that.Gen. Wosra ac a mis facts in regard to the condition of life and pbwerliss) .race. The'war is called enough to show the disposition of, which was'referred to tM eo.t"" the

take, and that SANTA .ANNA has'no inlentiorrat and'property in Orange'county;. PoIk's.w I ." "We- have been 1 dragged, Mexico,towards: us."t. 'was'further exhibited claims. -lahel I

present, of marching to'meet MELLONVILLB, E. F.,p&c, i7tn 1 '1846.( .j into .It ,by \he aggressive passions. theDernocrac in the' declaration or Almonte, -, f 1lad :
.DBAR Let us see the-facts. Vermont.-la the 4th ,Di.uj !! '. h9
On 'the :JARNAGAN.Attherquest,
our :.army. contrary he will : of denounced war against; us .I.
1 your inother. ,Isaac. ,&C. write In the 'ISbw' 'Hampshire 'Patriots full 3d trial, Lucius B. Pe& ( ) 'OtlOE'S .
.1 .... ..condDe.himselftd the protection the ; ;:you to resist 'annexation,' and to* ,;recover ,
_"- ""_ _' '&'_ -_L,"*_ *___*_.,_'t -__ _, .... .t < "I. m.relation- '. -to, the. 'Indians., ,Mr./:.RAlntte._ !account' is given:'of. oil: the outrages 'I'.. :..n.. _. ., been. elceted'to 'Consnresfl.ity ,H. .. t.ttm
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.. S. .iuww; .: !nc; pnu'f UDIQ .MV. vov.wforin ,has jUst'.returned:from,your place .. "' :': t .
and which havb the candit' ] "
j : '. been committed by Aexi-} Such is over wbig
4 1 .to cut off'supplies fromour are: infprmsmetbat your'brother haS been the position thafHexico has ..

5 5 1... .: /ir? my by; the aid oif': his guerillas.Ve absenUhjefi day .in searcE: of your; :cat. .,can authorjties upon:the lives, and prop'erty always _assumed towards .the United v tes., I. \

;a 'Iearniiio that (Sen ;tie, and:;cQn1d.find"mme.. fl6; .states> J of I ctizena' of the, "United State3 .'Statevand !' : ; igencer7oe ./. ,
: TC; gjad' to ) ,) ( ,,WOOL. _. that 'viJ! ever, .maintain. as. long .8pp t. .sI.-T [. ..'n
J while out he 61\.
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.: .Qkr1iflsCU'ected a, junction with '}Yo TH,. I':woo Jnfprmed, ; him came,that up to, one Indian from' I8lf to i845< and js j :compiled a* it (undertbo'.desolating' influence ltk i t.aa7-- ". rt

: 91..na..tliat. ouArmy',is*thus the better .more' with! jim,,,-and, :,that there'wereVoal they .frornreroda.; ; now in.the:Department, 'ofState. .of: ,its military :adventurers. is a M Young (f" rmeiI1-* Sc0 It. ct

.'" :,' c: ., uable"to Undertake active:.o'perations.enlSww.is .' \merely} put,: n .a',.hunting .edition 'Ipe list, .comprises' ,a total of :position i .marked ':from;th* commence- United 'States)' -s beeR sff"the '.k.fIl! e

,<...:',. : ; at.'Taylor.' 'fieuI/iuttrtcrs,' professing'.frnTship; &1:+.: :They have. ,:,, ninety fiv),cases of rQb e. :,( .murder mentjwjib: the treacnery' and rapacity President othe.Ue': Afar

':. :(\!. /. ';H-;2ndwe: jfr.!* !aupe*$< ,f'ere? JOngt 7. bear. :of. firedbe and .. .cq tEf J{: ;r d',1 r u pla ", ..upon ou{citizens, one' ,tenth, put of or the, Mexican cnaracter, :. And it isthisposition ,the ,dicfaatl coawftt .e(' "-,. 'Cs... 'isi
f.- '" ; '' -, -'/> ; %, ; ).! yourfamilipis much a1armed. whi t fi if suflered' q .:.
They by'anyj: European na- i i Lat4
... ;- lLs1vemeasureL' are e whi hba forced us into*arWarvitlith to W C7vMis uieae;'eC,tl t ,
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2.q 4eKd Obio olunteer -- &
rk H"pl. F ? -s' j -t-9$ 5Trncnt Maine.-The Journal or" Commerce TAX ---- .1..t1
ttnm took ,up thq line' of rnarcluanabroc ea- s c mmand'a-t-.CtlM COLLEC'I'OB' SALE. '- ,
1.4 'anting th e r8 *< ; t..j.ac1.eJ1" 'Or the & ..iQit The result of Y .irtue uft.r -
: .at the Custom House ed onxvardto Yctoria. : og d in" f if1ini he place. 1hei.trial. oD'ihe21st.Q1t sayfc J3. ,.aJ ivi..j ia je J,11.w, IIUW1' >
: tofihlvcaiin'the ci .

&.1- ,ending. the 9th inst., Atcestamat-, ,.t,,. ,, So we learn from the' Tim i.wbichfurnishes .''ho_,Gejrgia, Mississippi and TeainftXtryjuo House of ReprefeautiVes, was' !..( tn *. ;fl".Cl '."'f.If. .. .dlC..C.u.fJ-1tf ,,iDl'a:' .
"Jl 1'nibetnd
OO Dnthig the mepe the following I appears .fleutc .in,Vzcio It. There' ..the MOtftI.'itt ApiH .iwsff.j.. -
It'$4-00t election of in the Lewistpn :
n Democrat ,
that, .Generals Ta'yor-.and) V orth, 'on'nture in the trupfly' orsum& trv'ol .sii il lb.Slate !'
'Yasnoirqth ) .'l\ iey .::
$268,000. |
Tepprt nttt x1canforle -: district ;ru- Cur 1g.3 ..
apcfnnother .
were the Dix- '
they 11..1. .
in I.jq ana Cu'sM .
, Jjst3CaT reflection readily .d jcqveredthe 'Ta. rut .. .
vas stationed the :,
ficsld,4istrict. ,No choice& the ,"*r 1846, '0.000 11m.',. .. .>! ,i.
.. remain.ing un and alll"'t
p. Sexator.Th.'LegioC probability of.the'repon of SaataAnna's 'Sinctfwewrote frnuzCr..l4 ., ,
the ntxconversid '
S.Delaware. have
'.t' jjaware U. ei*e :seven districts. ..Another .tthil'will'be 'in'Dinitt. i IhSi'.1 Tmm 1 BM,. : ;
4 ;
elected Pesleyas adrancr on and near jroximityloSaUiilofrpm with,'a military eni1emao ,'ir. ;L.I ItJ 'nd-et' '
have b made in these on the I8ih instant. 'fligt: '.' mci ; ; -IJ .":
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] Thos.' the folio wing fijct slst.Thedistance who. ,c.me, thi Eibama .C'rH flh ..&'j .
successor to passenger in Thus far, the House 'standii 74 democrats iUver_ t 'it 'pfo.tQ ._ .

as J ..a ....t
Whig San de Potosi .
between -
f Liujs andwse '
", correiiition tile
'din sIx sources of forma to by 'f.a .e'or WI'ld.
r- of tovhfgs arid abolitionists. she .,
term 1ICftt
the 'Si. i's
\Vbi\ for nnd'Saltillo too great to admit the fuw .1Uw-4l1i.a.
I i wee very best. le Informs Senate 8 Sr. Jnwrl.1..1. .
Saron oC March next. of the possibility of the 'march of'so' us. that de.mocrnts.nnd"3.Vbjgs.- 1a1 JamesSintlMn,, a"d .
t (torn the 4th ; Wool, with his forces, There are 20,vacancies ,in the Senate tneisti.ww.I Tract a'lJn1s.i& .be..1 abs ,. :., .
5U S large a .body as I ,OOQ men,(.without was to join Gen., KVtftb (in. which ; J 1,50 '1IC1'H fI..UIIM sin &.... ,.
. OrlnD' .l enjroote ,' convention of the two Houses .1'1. Swamr.'t'8r.t\'tliu RIY.",
New "WtNtr"kno.
pe1t .
S PnPlt rrndf'nee nfthe SEAT OF WAR.j0 timely notice beingnfforde to .the additiob to the reinforcements rjcntion- ,will Ibe filled 'with Democrats. This 7f-10 LtO\VITJI. SheriI' D.C. .. :, U

fROM THE 22d 1846 S. r.M.menl American General) to prepare for ,his ed'0 and 'that he wa 'W en ]last will ,innVe ,the Senate stKnd '28 derao-' .U, A. \CnICHTON, D.sbrril' ';'.i-
Jod ,, ,
. Dec. The ground betweenthe bOre '' III (.kr.9. .
. EitEl", reception. 2diy.
6 had not time thiito .within a few iralef of Sal-, ends, to 3 whigs. The democratic ma- _ _ _ _1846."i_ _ _ _ _
Gent t cities extremely bate of 1 -
r. write such' a' letter as tillo. Gen Scott, .wa. a his Jonity1 on joint Imllot, after the Senate Columbia Conitly''S1Icri Sale. .. a

:0rniUg you he conduct of tbI.ished .eCtommodating or other means of sustenance' for way tl1 the headquartersTayloi / o Gen. .vacancies 'are filled,'will probably beat B Irt.u, lrmttim .tld I".r law fnw. ; .

1 owing to who ,JSem man :and beast-90 miles of jvhich,,as wh would beat fact ria. 1 least 30." ,1 I" m"1 hit",'i.i..f "I"'alld'.iII Gl.r '

.t gentleman As is well! known, being an arid qeserty divested Ourreliable;; ) jnforn nt's/info mation r"r.-.J. r..lh.C nn Ilu.s..ii'this '.. get A- '. U
litur ,.
r : the Post Office. of fountain running i iuno-r .M$$i ippi' Ele tion. The demoCratic 0"d first !tInnthirya(5y hP11 ..... a-
still ; : $ :
ras him to kno\v what fojrther dissipates all aiprefenalons' the-.utial'J. .,. .f'..run .Lnt'daiihp ., .,.
sual on any other source of -water.besides affording of Saita candidate for Congress, ,Mr. El 1I..ern.1 ., owi..C : .
maiL lie an- ', Anna assuming .tn 0 Pensiveposition. : rr viz:- ion !G/r..Lip.1. ...
would dose the least chance df let, has been ,elected of n"n'll, '
tut'U I in Ie5s than not getting He now :holds 'the key; ,to by a majority conimmnff 80 nrrSnJ.mN. 2. .'j

, .\fe red, in one hour, but tune he closedtile r food or fodder, 'being almost uniuhabit .Southern Mexico ; he deems [all' the between two and three thousand over. 'J 93,"j.I"rc'IJ r. Section*. '23.: T".Mp I. lI"n,. 1g.---<
that dlPpml"'r" sit
tre minutes, from with the U1U135tjf1iCUl1) ed, throughout its wide extent.- 'JThe forces 'hejcan possibly concentrate' here'nt"cessnrr His oj Donent, Col. Starke. I"9 the S:.." and Cuunl1lnJ.n U..h..rJV.ILir aI.jft ihesirwj ,.,. ; U

doors and it was of the Mexican scoutB/lio\vever/ ,84. t..tIs.1. .
report year .
to retain it and "
enabled to tjill}only .idhJ
myJetters "The M
get Comfort"- kim
that was is said '10' have beeu corroborated,, by, I 'AtsO'. q- .
mail bag-jmlinisnea as surrender: 1t'to-a' greatly superior force. : freely! from the journals in St'
papers copy tinnp5. .
Teum.r.ip Ran
in the information. received at' Saltillo, in 'a' J. : 11.,. ; .
J d write h. in the I hope Che strength of his o\vn army.atSan the United States.opposed,lnjwarQiu. & acri'-L.jjd! 1I aft"-a "" ''ITJ 0.-7---.t.iitlttJ0 '

I they were find some gentleman gomg letter from an English. merchant at San Luis Potosi i,.by.,the way, is greatly x.- dently with a view to create the brlief i w.fT1irp1hhf; the. t.tut II hefl.I1N. tur a.1Ma. .
I may Luis de Potosi who stated that Santa 'yr1a4a. : t
that I' .
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aggerated. t does positively not .ex '4hat our is rent by divisions-on I
rornorroV.The Anna left that 'I' ; ,
hadposith'cly city, at USp.tinn *
from Saltillo in the fore- ceed 10,000men all told, an those the subject pf the war Through the 3 Tnwrshijitij... 11- 'n.r..11 '
egress news of the arrival of the head of a numerous body of cavalry. poorly provisioned, and having: i their Havana papers the Mexicans are kept J"m" LilrIflgItOfl'sIIIpJioMI. ,t.U..m"1 \'...i":

B oa brought Even now, in those! ,parts of Mexico, occupied : .to .atitl'. ') thetax'i d. sn r.. tlieeisr .
ht- possession of .
en.\\"ool.al that place,.and soaie a scanty supply a sand constantly well informed ofwhnis done. ALSt S J34G.. ,
is admitted thai
; by our troops-it
. Jrt that have not yet transj. ammunition. He reckons h \vever, in the United States." I .S..r.inn 3. Tn..nJJ.it, '2. 4
ceteras 'Santa; Anna is out with 'a considerable I lIanp J;: b'nt 400
Every one feels perfectly easy ':arnonj his'officers, men of ,higl military. So says'a']late Picayune; I ner-Iai'4 *Ipui ,, I fa'i,.II. J. Hii r
mounted force but with far different I-
S t1 objects, I. D. Nur.
scientific .r t"
Worth attainments the
have no fears for \ ngIish, 'Dtif.r !IILr" ilue tlwrp.m fe'r. .
. ;IO\' for they Gen. Butler 'isnoru : from those'attributed to him,by German, and French. The, he The Constitutional Convention of tlieyar184G. .

snce the conjunction. the scouts. It stated in the let.te.r puce Wisconsin have T. .FITZI'TIUCISfritT ,
of not less,than 5003 was will of course have fortified in he best proposed to grant the .
t. command .
above alluded the Mexicans' intentions of colored 8 :coU..ct",1.'X.".jo. '
tOt that right suffrage to persons.
p the that will at- possible manner. He, therefor cooly AIUntnrOet.23Ig4G. .
meo,and woe to enemy were to hurry forward,. and occupy himself .in -, --... ,- ,.
dislodge hhn.Defore wraps up the cloak o security -

tnpttO nine hours have ela'nsed,.the the only practicable pass in. the .atj least for.the, present, we know. I'ASSKNGERS, Nassau Connty SheriH's Sale. ,
. mountains lying between the divisionsof Per strnny Sr: will be the road to Vicuna f ing tbat we have no force now est qfthe' wUreiJ'Otltr.for ,.
; here on sale at the W,of Ihe
. rision Generals Worth and Wool, thus intercepting ICtli.-Mrs M Wo'wI.Dr C Cro IICol| R Bern, i ** WW MV .
and nothing but the news of the. Ijio Grande from which he ars an Hou" e.f tneCounty orI\Mi*nu.,>u Ih.-| fourih3Ioi
and Worth will turn their communications. After nUae 'J Vanflerlwrgh. B C Hand.U1. J iVunwmidy.! Mr. nay January 1841, (;. >ntLtt L..ur uf irnautl

(!d'eat of Butler march back realizing his anticipated success against 11 behooves-then Goverr Forbes, H H Stote.bury. T L Bond, Robert W Iwu o'clock on that d.>. tb 'laml ..Caj-l., obPrt 4Da.
think the our nent to
rtem bad I anti Mr. Gflri -.t ituAt-d in said County of Nan* ,. lt
them, by cutting them in detail Catkin 'n. con. i"c I
yj. possible! up look promptly to it. Too time five hundred t:
rill be performed as quick as then.to advance' Monterey mu i ---- of ocren, mnr" or Jews, tying on, 0'- :
j.I the condition of the men will aJky I.e.as on has I Iready been wasted sine winterulation NOTICE. .N.-i"" CTfof'k.flro ftiri"nllJrtion 11w..ft..i_

: aras the meantime an express'willtettnt &c. &c. These announcementsare set,'it, According to the cal SIX WEEKS n/W/ date applieatinn, will bo (:y he taxe* ilnp tlierfoii MU the Stale uf Florida, .
In now proved to bev premature, and ", by the n.te-ri..n..d to tbe Hon tb<* Aether hi be legal cliNi:ra efibe Mlr.mul l&e'}

to Gen. Quitman, nottOrernUI1.! proceeding in their former of ot informant who speaks. owing- Jikt, of Irobnti for Mnrinn cnnr ir. f fir VII,. ofAdininitnition cn,;t. .fth45.Ivertiement. Amount of tsxea Jo .

0 Victoria but to move down to Tan i things arc ly, ffom 30,000 to 40,000 men, bordi-' on Ihn est teof Sntnu- .l -:. Swilli, Six dollar A. J. BttADDOCK

J in Soto La Marina.' The latter.. .I. tram, accelerated ji little" by the alarm natej and well disciplined, u ist be laic of Lnwni1i county, GpnrR! .Jf''PnJpt'' SherUT aDd Tux Collector.
rico, cr which has just subsided. .''Rn. 22 1847. WM. I D. nR'\ CIl..Exeeutor'8 Nnrcmher C, 1S4C. .
thrown into
1 it: is Mexico before
the as
1 place! will 1 probably be one, 1 -- we c*n hopeto "I

1or i-iibin 25 leagues,, and is said here tu ; THE ARMY.The conquer an honorable pea l.p Notice. { t NOTICE. "''/

tea pissable'place! to embark oV disernfarVjtroops. t i recent reports of Santa Anna's the Government, then, no Ion er pro. SIX MONTHS nft"rdaip, I.halll".-. t.my SIX WEEKS after date. I ,will hply ,? iLs' .

, I believe they expect tofcd I advance on Saliillo met with little, if crastinate. Let the Executiv showrward Cnh1flt nnd "nu"hpr".lti Kxer.utor f tln e*> H<>n. the Judge uf Probate(or Duva'l countvforiLcUPM I
L4tP of MSII ry Kernnntlez, l"'e of Nn"l"u ruunty.de Ailminuirutiun de bonot oui'um'
1 proriiion i there already laden. J any, countenance at <' ashington.Gen. 'tsJ hand-Jet it come. boldly I
lilt is true, as the Mexicans allege, ,, Jesup attached but little consequence and'demand! Congress the] men and f.r'n final nettlemont of mul e
that Gen. Morales has gone there with to them. The Union publishesthe the rnon.y it knows to be necessary' to haIl nt tlx lamA timr apply for Lrtlera,ur Ii4rni. Jack' .onvile. Jan. Sib JS47. .
surli Executor of which nil inicrf .
1 troops our citizen-soldiers may have iso j I following from that General : conquer a peace, nnd if ther !be those "ted nil in .id entatp.iimd,tfirpdto.takp pernon no tire. .

opportunity of reaping fresh laurels before : "E tr 'c of a letter from Gen. Jesupto wild would, thwart in such t purpose, JOHN L. VILLALONGA.Jnnnnry AdlQlnlstrator'5.Notice. .
after date 1
WEEKS ball lU"
! old Rough and Ready comes up-I| the Quartermaster's Department. in let them.be unmasked let trp countrysee 15, 1847. ":ciitnr. SIX Judge Probate for(the County apply of to Columbta. *- .

S there i is' a chance for a fight Gen. j jQuitmap j this city, ilaU'd"BRAZOS :iwKb they are. The ques oo..of the Levy County Sheriff's Sale. for Letters of-(Administration on the e*. .

. has ambition enough to jump I i SAN JAGO, Dec. 25, 1846. war is now no longer one oj crimination be,old.nu tbefirtt Monday in Jnnnary tilt' of William, Johnson, late of Mid county d....

intoitand he commands the very boysto aWe have a report that Santa Annais I or recrimination ;. it is \\Jio,are for WILL (1847.)Iwtween the hours of 10 &..SnVIock ee January.ed. 15lb. 1847. GREEN JOHNSON.6wU

"see him out," in it. Three regiments advancing on Gen.' \Vorth, and that their country,'or who are agwnst it 1 on that .Ia\.the South W.,t Qunrtrrofthe

. that gained I imperishable'glol-t he i it* failing back, but I do not credit it. Smith W*%t Qunrtcr of Section 7, Townnbip" ;,' In 'Circuit' COart.

p Monterey! Mississippi, 1st Tennessee i f :Santa Anna would hardly follow Gen.trthvitli .. The whig impracticable fnti-sluvery Rnnre 19. and.thlt North Sectiim Wo 18.l Quarter of tb$ EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. .
and Baltimore Baualion} and two \ Gen. Wool on his flank.- newspapers complain loudly in anticipation i- NurlV. t.Qimrtfr and Ea : TnwniliipJG!BO'ncfeiT! CtnjKTT or DDTAL: vEnlL..T&IUC..lS4G.
S I Ran C 19.Snut Ii 't containing oran ';.'t TU $DAI. D cemU-r.J.184G.. ,
S. alhers-2d Tennessee and Georgia*; I consider the story as mere gossip." ,of .the free coJoredpopu1ntionbeinlY" ': much n. will .ati.fy tf> tnxe due on the.*am P'UU.T,. The Hon. THOMAS bOUGLiS' _

who are eager 13 place upon their; j I A subsequent Jt'Ucr.as received pent out'of Virginia, ,Corgetting'in 'fur the rent y"ar. (1846.) with all cot and+xM I JIPli"&c: t

. Gi'in.Bebb 'of Ohio invites | >n.p* crn\ng\ for adveriiiing ib',aamt'. The *i Tanner,
j expressly )
iroivs the chaplets worn by thetr initiated from Gen.Jcsup, on the day after,,viz., boT" namod land Bn"*itnated in Levy coonty.on Ic CRAlfClftT, ..ii'no

1.p compauions. The first will die to on the 25th ult., which is perfectly. silent -, hem into that state by proposing Withlncoorh.*, a *hort di,tance above th' well Elis-iUlh Tanner i Bill (or"Diwce.D .

maintain the came they have achieved,.I' .about these rumors. in his inaugural adtress a repeal known plare called Fort Clinch and owned and RI'pt""rin; tit the *nli.fariion of 'the Court,.

r and the latter to achieve such a name. I of,toe black law. claimed by James Ly.-h. and bounded ,by.U. S. IT that d lie Dernaant.Ehehrannerk:; f 4 .
From the X. O. IMta. ?tli inst. I lnnd, nnJe- there bnve been land recently purrhaed out''n(tlfc'State of Florida arxl'Ltjorul IH*juri* ,
With such men as thcse-cmbl acing LATEST FHOM MEXICO.The I adjoining. The above lundn will IM nold! nt
Wa&fiington's Law- diction of *hi* Court ; O.t Motion uf R. DnrmnnKwjuir .,
die best blood of America-\\ could J U. S. transport steamship Ala "SwoTd.-Lput.. the Court H a'f flf Levy County. [I': Daniel! : .. Solncitor for the Complainant in the abuva t i
- not be leader of rence Washington, 2d r..i ut Dant of \v.'I). ANDREt'S,Shrit1an.I entitled IT
accomplished by a came If
, bama, Capt. Windle, arrived last eve- r .
Tax Collector for
similar stamina 1 1 I know .ou'IIthink Capt. company fromJefferson, Levy county. ORDERED, That, a hearing had on th. fart*' '
} ning from Brazos St. Jago, whence she his side the October 23. 1346; nid Hill tar .. .
'- unhesItatingly county, wears'at \ \Vord of r.hnr;l"d' m the Complaint of aul f
prejudiced: but I\yill say, left on the 3rd inst.. She had 5n board ,his idolized ancestor, "the Fither of ,E O The above tale is1 postponed to th. lit Complainant ntthe) next Term of this court: And' J.'

j that I would expect more from Gen. JfeMip and stall', thirty other cabin Monday in Fcbrnnry next U if the aid 'Defendant rails to appear .a decree *
3 the 2100.men in this brigade than dou- and two-hundred and his ountry. The Richmorij:Enquirer JanuAry 15,1847.Alachua may then rill in the same manner though Mid
forty .
We passengers (remarks This precious jelic will Dfendantshould and b*. in Court.A :1
their number of the best drilled re- soldiers. \V J.Merry Connty Shcrifl's Sale. appear pmrnt
I' sick and discharged m in itself be potent enough jto rally .u'IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, T iat a ceniGed.
jrulars in the world. They have cour- old who left virtue' oldie power veted in me by Jaw, I J
an acquaintance, By of this Ordor.be (1ubJi.l"d in some
S member of'the Virgina "Regi ihall fur.tale! in front of the Court copy newapa.per
welfare every ;
aje, pride and their country's ult. expoie withiu the En-lern Circuit of theSlate
the 23d furnishes printed
Aiouuirey on us noblest and I in the Town of Nownanaville, ,the
the df
most Hoiue on
.r ment to renerousdeeds. or
tlwys intheir mind, and while in the memoranda.. Florida, for tho pare ofthret m"b. M.
with the following of between the hours
second Monday July -next
.. of tlw' Trrm of tbU
, the first dny next Court.
erticeof that she will fon
1I. country, .never All idea of an immediate engagement !I of ten nnd twoo'elock, 10 much of the,undividedinfetest I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of wild Court,d, hereby
tare occasion for their ,, J f llowin .named and
to blush acts of the personsin to
I' has passed overand it-would now seem from Santa Fe.-Letters hive b'een certify the above ta boa, true copy of thcOiJrr'pntrred
,. certain tract or pl uf land known as tht
ot the"field of battle. a pat
a I that CoLHarney will. that SantaAnna is,only to be met atSan received: .at St. Louis (Mo.) 14m Santa .'Alachua Arredorulo Grant, a< wIIlsatiiityanrI' pay C\.aidC record.,.in. said. entiilrd. cause at saiiTernrof j 'U,
understand ,
k -Luis osi-\Vhere, it,appears, he Fe, of as late dates as the 1 th Nov. : the Stale and County tax due on said. inierfstn fur Ir/ WITNr.ssVHfnEOF.. I hereunto" -

remain behind US'Cor a day or \VoJ and means to stand thehazard of the die. make no-mention the lefeat of I the year 1846, and ail legal costs and charges of net hand and affix the sral of said
look about the in this vicinity Thejr ; and about the advertisement and sale therein my
country (;en.* Taylor, as we had been previ- ,the sixty dragoons, which ,"s ported lL.I S."] Court at thec.) I".fJuU"J the CityW: _
. With
.) his dragoons he will probably explore countermarched when to witrThe ,Jaekonvilh, ,thi* twenty ninth day of
the : ously in the,last advices.A 't interest Jemmey Johnson or N. Wells. D.. 1646.OSCAR .
pass into the-valley of December lih
f leading
on his route to Vjctoria, and was approaching wealthy Mexican' citizet,, seeing The interest ol William Thorn. ., HART Clerk.
Gcadalupe and such other avenues as Saltillo when he met Col.! I The interest of the heirs of Wro. Taylor. 1847.
the embarrassments of the Goveninent'sagent xThe 15th, 3m.
lead January _ .
nay to this phce, to the Southwest. _.._ intetest_ of John R. Townsend.
bad .
:1 Should the the in May and his squadron, who pushedon for t.he'\Va t of money, aad .generously The interest of John M.SeameD.The .. -
town '
enemy approach advance of him returning to Mon : List of Letters,,
in loan Walker .
proffered ,to Maj r interest John'N..Saver.' -
any considerable force, as it is now saidthey Cot! having informed him interest of Roger and Price.. ":"**: REMAINING' in ,hei'ist.. Office at Jack. .
terey. May paymaster, ,one hundred ii usand The ? ,-.bieh ifnotiaunouim lie,

Je troops cat here-about do from that 1000 direction-will go, into our of the actual.and existing state things. .dollars' at an interest of only htee.perenimonth 'The interest of Cyru)*Perkins.'Theiutereifoflchabod JJraIL.." .-1".,.' .. months, will be sent wiLe'J).I Letter PJEee/at U

eo ,e Black l .is.at thistime at Sahillo, he returned and recommenced .. The interest of Aaron Peck. ,. ., \Va.hinlonD.'C. .
Fort where there Lancaster,Cot J fc $
hfs ,mar h for, Victoria.. It turnsout -The interest of Mordecai M. Noah. ? {. r, ame. .

31I .ZDore 99,000 Tonnds or ammunition, and ,that the alarm originated'thus:- Gen; Scott..This officer, it %.'in rip- The interen oflsrael: Frost. ,"" nr Alderole. d..s.\Ir Miss Jane. .Lon LaDC'a.ter.Vm;._TJ. B ;';' -

being placed in hourly.Vjth Gen.' Worth intercepted a letter from is '.his, to Victo Gen. The interest of Noah Jarvi Geo Mann. Dan J '
the spear, on way .. .thpJ.CArt
.good well of water, and all the pro- The Interest of Mordecai Myfrt..ft: .. NOITrll&m IJ 4
the of New Leon /partisan B.own, Geo L .
T headquarters.The Alexander Mm/
SIO governor The interest of the heir .
Vthat be -
could there Motf"J ht'"r., tn
placed in one
l\Iexlcan'General, whose name our in- Times'says-On the Isj inst.on The fnteretotFredCriCk Marquand. Barber .
ilay rom the Store 1000 BuilyWilliam )lorrJ.e Miw Mary F
could Ccmmissary"' forjnant could not recollect, telling"him his way,down'the Rio'Grandd a day's The interest of,Gilbert Lewi .Cro.*"biIP.William! Mi-Harzer' ,Miss,&rak.
bat- Thomas TillUton.
until and
ttaain there they '
:: r to advance'nnd attack Saltillo on a cer- distance from Camargo Gen*$coU was Tiietnteret Corner, IT B ,O'Neill. HenryI'armcntrr
"wa the from it itHerwt of TbnmDCI".pier. *"
; town or drive, i that had on'tie The Cai nm Jag. Hooper-, ,flvnrj'l"Dumnaclc.
e any force tainday,- bdT he :arranged ineroceedingupward i ,' steamboat And also sn'mrcb the "undi iad intere of
la might enter it that the Mexican inhabitants ld. Cprvetie.The the same. w'fd Grant of die following named per- ,2; i'binnry.Cspi Eli-1.
.leaving Monterey and Saltillo, : for the 1845.
defeat the American will d.eSlLIo..Jt year
-and .
rise join them, aons pay Doane, Ei'kiel pendsxyjsM1a.tjfla'ii4 .
fen Taylor thinks both'placcs-secureejenemy .forces. Add to this a large cavalry .'.Anti-Renters in Columbia Conn- und the State< and County ndcharge tax for, in the and year nbwt:lUG llw.,, Ktizibeih ; Pinner, WilliamRichardson. .
and has ordered those 'and all le-nl ; N"lmm' .Josei4
the advance.from Y. to esetheirlawlesproceethngs. : Drepni. .
arebegining S
reported on
force was tv.-N and alfl thereof to wit : -
advertisement .
case .
4ey:1lGfaU back oa this place, in. .dau ,Luis ,Potosi., 'YithvrlrfeTence: to : The 1 shejt whileattempiPg The interest of A.'D. ForetuTl Elliott unul H' ;Srni.buryJii4inFrremanCtias Stuuoo, Hiram -

C '1eir uld not be. ; nble to maintain the letter.Gen. Worjh, enclosed it .to i ,to;:servefprocqss, ,urns resisted e interest of J..Delano., l' 'Freeman.f S :Chafer, William II*.- .
.an d. ,the author, telling him that if,he;was .u-' bymbodybrmentab/ ut 7 ''in hnmbfef '- The interest of John Jlodman.. ,Harri nn,:Eml Simmon*.Mr ES -

Your city will be shortly graced by gain; detected in any- proceeding he ; dnren: back aud'inilletoaban..' The hlteiHtorT.interest of R.Doremu Da oport. T' ,.tfc.. Han!.on,. Louisa ." ,Sw.cD. En u. -

!9iepresence 1lIed. Instead of a.few more of the who ban? j jW :would be shot. The'cavalry advance donKw:!; purpose. j'otT ''The'Tb interest of'the heirs Thomas Dexter.$ -. i HiUinbolbmjDtHl u.tonJ<.a- H Sejui Shark,,abPth Mit..b.tV'H 'J* '

of shooting .t those 'turned t tol eatour;,Monterey correspondent -. I i'Pr \ -" TlieInterest J.Suydaro. ", ao,Mr*. Thomas 2 TobeyfCapt Ei WI.
; -
beenternpotizingwith put soldiers ,guessed.they were-a.forar fi:from jte.'rajs< ik J tter.1ro'm' The fnterest of D. jmhiL.>V ai. Hart O4.i.n B Thnniawon, ltnoi*: I

i: !iare given a free passage ;to.New .-prettV 'numerous, 'to be "XTashington toi1ie14tinne: Ar I The interest nf-Barnabss' 4 Oburn.'Thinterst rkp Hobcork, Hajar' Turner,Jamet "..',
"gjng party of Shiyeo > '
also Horard.James Turner Paridt' .
Armstrong has been *that.the'Presiieat"ha J. cerlnm.tract or .
Bare-nothing more- pI sutes ap- .Alto .'aufficient'portipn Hi ift tbam. Dr M Jhomp.m.iN ah LHumphreys U
ed to go to.New..Orleans. tTh 'C rees ia Sakillo have, however" pdinUqt\>dldiers i 'KiedeBaBts in;the rrcel! of Und known M. the Stroll: Grao now ? Deacon 0 WoodJaad Jamc' ft ..
a. mllpey
r. 4,1" .
'OHAPAREAL. The n>''r ieirglnTr e ndact on the} o._ or claimed\ViHitTirMarTen. Haan..Gee. WaltoiPe tp
been.considerably ftreBgthened.;. arrays taxdoe ibereon for the 1"r ..

E1 .,TAYLOR-SANTA ANNA'S ICentucky ,.and; 'OlirnentBIunder: 'three: dgs' &** .whieb. o tir' flag haswavd 1B46 the State endall and)VR County?|cost*IDa char ia and about Johnonf Johnson:John Wm. ',-4 'H ,)WkoWmCnla' JJi ..; Je

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t"1e I
during ej
: there to triumph ; ,
jiavcroajrchea on ; the I
; W'ki
Gen. Butler, ) Knight,Wm A hw.'l/
U intention about eight n 'VfroroNewnansville.
liev"it.,1obeJ1. traptil'.itaaIM i '
c.T Gene'TAYjOT} 'a and the, :Kentuckfcavalry_ were {t o:.; :'anll ; Said rather) West of Korth.a l;.. boond- jOllNM.PONSF., '' '.
overtook .
express march forthat jxrfatbnthe; 23d tilt.Jtf .--, .i id lfentry ;ia ivhrteTer? .Jmstt **taflce from Moatcrejv BJthe .* M on the North by r
: '
$ : ,.under,command of'CoLGariand -.t.., .ififna; l ,: found/ South ,by public lands ..nD.fi.e'thouun4acre. 'TWZ.I m p
Ie ontweyv.top, N8 .
ViC L He immediately; .:.. .. ; from tbere. irnLtuud. tothe : t '
jceB8ide>ablyTemfdrced.D J ". .; ., aa ,appear* wEKKS,4irvP. ,1 b1,1pt, tb* .
. : -to, hisi 9J]d. encamping Aground. f+is have kmmf of W31 *m Mainibo ., ".
t : !!ere and 'Tbe: ery ast.c ariosky 4e seen Tax ,AssetwrV Said t' Hoo..Jarae..J"AIIft, J I f rrobatraVnrr
l Meere3 widi Hhe".wbole of 1ii '* .. wieeUhata ,oia.rvijh fwh.l M nd f'oC pril1l ( ii A4VSiDhIflI iEWs.Iaie.XaaU ,
;kia r in.the.p rhr ; or for Columbia or I'tkm
: tie:two Indianaregiments, r:-; Hmi door sheTownNwnnMflebeiw1 : /
!!Siefl and then waited faiiUc adviibree' Camargo, ; :- front nf the,Ci C,1..
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; : U; ,;-i:MAIL CQNTJtACTS.CVtrcut ,., Mineral rt' amiltita Spring; ; .l lad f.}Uttla t U.oi.C Riverio:HCoai Alligator bu.,. I vteyedJfortIieai 4eysncrtowitt>B al erectile s''C ot. .' .It t I Ito,asidefrom the.critalntysecoriiy any Accommodation' anti celerity for travel onha".u, it ailf,. TJof1da Cno lr.,'MOihrIi. .wan ;.J h aeQoa\if ft,"14.Pi.. .

r Dated. ,
fri t1'lld r l 122 miles and back, 4UCta week.LeaviXaulahasseeeverySanday. I" t entitled t the route,. St. ,Bronsivick ..". ;
ffJ zZlt / at 11 a m,'arrlve : Form -a sjuarakee to accom pany eacI Id :' Hot >e 1Marjs. _a D .
1645, ifc/w",.18. : ,,20. \V !D.ltjt'bicl.doi., not ,name mode ofconwyanCt' the U.S. Mail (6 t. ll ,-
I orn.
_ fr at Alligator"next day bII' tn. undeiignel here i ises t'he name p1 ,
I >The [ l It wilt be taken and 1Ind.f.tnOO'to'be '
IFp the Aal6 itfirtZiereacteJ tho.Posinastrr General, That la It.all&bIL.be Mw'er t ay..AUif at c-* TJ Wednesday at lp'm.r'rin /( 'guarantor or rJilU'& Ira] guaranties that, [tMrtnaraeof re_.In. I for the lowest' da.of conveyance, to 'wit: on J&l.Thil rqltlar Ews "d'L_ .'-
_Ij dotyVof 6 idde of blddeas, si. 'the r .. ,
Tallahassee m.
at Barnes
next day hy p or. honeflrk.V Jen Uipropbsra to according ,
eeatracts for,.lh transportation ,t>f Uw"mail carry *. ,been '
; .len.tell'W,tablet the same, j in every.* case,'to the;lowe.tj ,Proposals for twice, also (or'tlarea times,_a cu .ma1.be/flr"l .(or,their! .) bid for carryi gthe. to theadvertise_ nent, and no.mode. {,cunveyasce battled,, her.decks and cabins I L. ( .
I w; S bidder tendering sufficient for-faithful ,week service will be considered., I mail from, Co he accepid by, is stated for iho route in the advertisement,'it IUbo somely furnfshedVn pataierf l .

performance, without other guarantee,reference to the! mode Proposals 10 run;; by White Springs- Instead of the Pbstmastf 0.: ral, shall enter Into an c lig." considered, ts. offering only tot horseback conveyance. much Improved, As for accommodtiiL tAd Tlot'

of such transpnrtatiun than be necessary to Little,River wilt. be considered tlbn! prior fie lio.d.., of.July next wit) good ''J fort, she cannot be .urpa.lf"tl .. :

.ti r I provide artbeduQ celerity certainty may. and securi 3518. From Tallahassee, 'by Miccoiukie to* suffidcntsuretbs" i'tu. perform.,the servici pro '21. Since -'hi passage of I lie aet :of .March 3d I. route. Tbs borwihl .rrIY_L1'It. ..

i '1 of transportation; nor.thill any new,coo- Monticelln,33 miles and'back, twice a week. posed. | 1845 a newdescription of bid.has been received, ThtimUy morning.,.kiori he depMIJr.
tractor hereafter required to purchase oat, or Lt Tallahassee every Tuesday and Friday,' Dated.- I I Jt: specifics no riode.pf(conveyance but engages'to line "r steamers rur Cbarr.uo tdaU
arrive MonticeUo same days by 6 m.Leave I IN TRUCTIONS.I. th> mail ,celerity,ind security, ..
: take at.:*,.valuation the stock or vehicles ot any at 6 a m, p and carry tjiih certainty every evening.Akopassengi'ri
** Monticelltt Monday "Thursday Seveis *ilnuti are allowed fur.opening the term onhtt law. These bids are called
previous contractor for tI.ae'same route. every using .wtstiuiff to ai'
I B3" Bidders will be careful to read the (orms at 6 a m, arrive ,at Tallahassee same days by C closing the ruTs ai. all offices ,where.no partcular from Ibo manner in,which they are designated oo brig ,or barque line; which leaves t .. '

14 and instruction* appended to this advertsement.V ._ p.m. lime$ specijrd;'. bit on .rnjlroad .and stea iboat the books thedepartmenf, "ar./Jill." It.has Thursday! d SasurIsy ,rur 1'\e.s.-
'routes ther is t 'be, more delay than s necessary York..n:
They are requested to state in their proposals; 3519. Fron Tallahassee, br Mannington &ruJDuncanni1l no beenidecided.. ifter mature consideration- that a arrival of the St. .";...( ilorid.
I: 31' the mode by'which they intend$ to convey the mail. ,:Gea, to Thomasville, 34 miles'.and. tod' iver tnd receive bogs. bid proposing specific mode of convey a nee of as Pa.N'ntfl", w.lh. .their IZtZp
_ 2. 'The I I.Is b be conveyed in preferenie to "un.
the week. mi as two-horse coach is Lonnl'l(cuber IIn. ptC'
back once transportation ir
;PJ'[ t Where the ue aadlwf'ic11o.the, mail..or: a entire exclusion if its high grade "1ul.,. .
nd their ji
peed called for in the schedule, shall require it, Leave Tallahassee every Thursday at 6 am' : passengers t4 to preferrecj to the star bid. The experience I The above bunt'will leave ai roll..u

ti1r the contracts will be made for coach, stenmtoa'tor arrive at Thomasville same d"y by 7 p m. weight and tilk reiuire it.P. .. I of the department enables it to lay down the following Leave Pilatka every Tuesday A. ai .

i; railroad conveyance, as the case may te;,and, Leave Thomasville every Wednesday at 6 am, i ; ..Post .Cffice blanks' mail bags, and thai special rnl,, va: l Picolala I' u .all'"
: .
kI conteqnently,such routes will be let to bids propo- arrive at Tallahassee same day by 7'p ro. ) &eni.the.. department._ _, on__the_ .exhibition._ .. When. 'the n/ail. on the. route is not so largvas'. 'Black. .Creek. U P. tr. It. ,
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p1Ip. _ing such mode of con'panc.. in alt other cases 3520. From Tallahassee, by balubnty and mew crrQIJ1UIU', ,8" iii DO I.n.J wc.Ira"' to require Iw one coacn conveyance, a liSt 050, Jar.KlOnw I'. ngLt 'Ii.

fE the routes will be assigned tn bids proposing the- Q'jincy, to Dalnbrtd(e,'Ga., '48 miles and "back,. further char jef. on mail lines admitting o, such if,the Io re>tlviH be preferred to the specific bid. For freight orpasoge,'apply. te Cap .

cheapen mode of transportation.PROPOSALS. three times a week. conveyance. 22. When tie mails are of such site; ami weightas on board, or to -
1 Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday Thursday, 4. Mail gents are to bo conveyed without to render it necessary orezpedieniin reference WOOD & CUGHOR.XK

t and Sunday, at 9 a m, arrive ut Bainbridge same charge on tip principal railroad and stpamboat to them aronE'.I.tn! prnwitle two-horse coach convey S4Y't.

4I CARRYING THE MAILS OF THE days by.9 pin. lines wherothe sire oftlie ,mails and the! number 'onre, the specific bill, though the highest will be K ERNAND- .z

4j UNITED STATES (rom tbo lit .of July Leave Bwubridge Sunday Wednesday, of tho officers. will require their employment by prcff rred to tfie star bid, to the extent of a moderate AleatlJad DISIIt

l847.jtotheS30tli' Jane,' l83l.incl.isi.;h. ri "S l., and Fridav,"c tam., every arrive at Tallahassee same the department; ,and in that case, a separate a. diflerenco in the compensation in cane the A.. COY, .

:ih will be received the cont/Ilct office of the Post : days by 3 partmeot forlhe anortmg and safe kcepingofiiio difference Ia1ot such as to interfere with thepolrryof Ajrenr. BI.ci *
c Office Department in the c/ty/ Washington, until for .em1-\1'eeklyltrYice will be con mail I. tbhbprovidedby the contractor, under the tb<* new law which look. to a reduction in the ICTThe steamer SARAH SL'AL '"

14r 9.:.. m., .f the .10th )\te rch 1847, (to biti deided sidered. direction_ of/he department. colt of transportation. Exceptions, however may in connection with thla'txiar. tt F., "

1i1.L < by the lit dsy .(f ApfiJ I) on the routes,and in 3521. From MonticeUo! by GroowrvilU- Ga., 5. In'allcise* there is to be a forfeiture of the bo allowed where the star bid is made 1"Iho present Lake Monrce, ono ''uneJ.I.aad a., ..

4r.L the manncrand, time kereti specified, viz: to Thompsville, 31.mile. and back, once a week. pay of iho tip, when the trip is not run; a forfeiture owner of the stock on the route, and it is above Pslatka np_he St. John's' river i .. .-

rr' FLO( D\: Leave Monticello oreryVelnt.d.1I1 at Com of atjleatt one. fourth part of it when the manifest that the reasons (pieferring the specific S.,,',. 12. J8-6. r .
3501. From St. AUKUI/in.. by Jacksonville end running or rival is so fur btrhitd time situ love bid do not exist in his case. .

Ii4.p: : Kirkland St. Mary's,pa.,90 miles .and back, arrive at Thomaiville same day by 5 p m. :: the conntxl n with a clependin 'moil. and a forfeiture 23. On routes of the highest cln,. where fuur- Florida and Savannah Ite-
I Leave Thomasville Thursday at 6 a m,
week. I every of Iw of it hen of horse cimrh Packet
flt once a i I a ,proportion A a grade or steamboat transportation i J required "
:I1; rave St. Augustine'every Wednesday at2 am, arrive Monticello same day by 5 p m. miles service i.se tiered inferior to that lat the contract. by the size and importsnre of lh. mail, the TflErrnIarSstm Patlfc"
Cbattahoochie 21
Mel 3522' From Q'jincy to .
1 arrive at St. Mark's next jUy by 12 m. and 1 buck twice n week. These forfe urea may be increased into penaltiesof preference for the specific hid will be, if necessary &it: GASTON. Capi. ..PIC.a,.

it I St..MAry.eYery1'hunwlay at 1 p re,arrive and at' higher onount, according the nature or fre- carried a greater extent of dilfcren* dum..o rlwe at Pieuiahs every Fridst

at Sr. Auguitino next day by 11 p m. 4pm Leave arrive Quincy at Chattahoochie everTuesday same Thursday days by 9 ''turnc1or e failure and the importance of the the inferior coach route*, subject l however, to the ing nt 9 A. \. on each ".k. and wy| fri...
r 3S92. From St. Augustine,by New Smymll,Sto mail. exceptions above stated. 1-. M. fur Savnnnah via Mamiario JIf

Lacie,and Miami river, to Key West, 600 miles m.Leave Cbattahoochie e" 'Wednesday and 6. Fines liil be imposed, unless the delinquency 24. A modification oVa bid, in any of it* essential St. Marys, and all other inimrnttarrito r.lkli., .

.ad back, twice a month. rive 6 be saul ctorily explained in due time, fur terms is tantamount in n net bid. nnd cannot in Savannah early on Sv..
: Friday at 1 m at at Quincy same duys by
: a ,
el tl : ." Leave Auguslinn nn the lit, and 15th of failing to tale from or deliver ar, n post office, the be received so as t. interfere with re:ulnr competition PauengeM (Charleston can >rte it 7JSS
b1 oath month, arrive Key'West In seven d.).. Proposal for triweekly service will be consid mail, or an? part nf it; for suffering it to bo wet, after the last hour apt fur receiving bids.C. I I in the evening in ih.daily lint of SIt,DIn,
1 Leave Key West on the Sib AIM! 23d of ,each erd. injured los or destroyed; fur conveying it) in a JOHNSON The Gnst\n run in connection -it'
i.I j month, arrive at St. Augustine in seven days. 3523 From Chattnhoochie by Ochesee Blounts- place or sinner that exposes it to aVpredttinn, Po.tma.irr Geneiof.Pott \'a.lhnrnViI"! .,'. u1;- Line of Picbtt "

__ Proposals for service once a mouth will ba con- town, Iota, and Fort Gail.lf'n. to Apulnchicola, loss, nrinjujy; for refusing after demand) to ccnvey Office Department, A'op.,23,1846. New York, of which one leaves etrry &
4 aidered. 150 miles and back twice a week.from Ut October a mail by iay coach, railroad car or steamboat Dec 18 12wFLORIDA inorninj.

11 l vIfc "3503 From St. Augustine to Pieolata, 18 miles to 1st of June in each year, nnd once a week which tho (jontr cf>r regularly runs.,on the mute I Tl'. GMion Joes not return ta Black Cntt.
and back once a week. the residue. beyond the|>pedS tel number of trips in the con- HOUSE her wuy to Sntnnnnh.JfAMES .

::4 'LeaYe'SIugu.dn every Tuesday at 7 a m, From lit October to lit June. tract am for not arriving at the time sot;. and ST. AUGUSTINK. E. F. OF PACKETS
aj arrive'RttPicMata same day by 12 m. Leave Chattahoochio Wednesday and Friday for setting ip or running an expreks to trar1'mitcommercia THIS commodious inliihment! having TlK \'f' tI* enmposin* ht14'i Lin2 '

,; t Leave Pienlata every Monday at 10 p m, arrive at 12 m, arrive at Apalacbicola every next days by intelligence in advance of the mail a ft lin erCno thorough repairs. i* now rendy' In il""pniche l rrff.iljirlvvery: M! mUT' ,.,:

*: :tStAugu.tinenextdayby3am..kg 6pm. penalty wll be exacted equal to a quarter'spay. for the reception winter 'U l'IU. Tl>e Hriff CLINTON I .T. 1.1"". ma.ier.'j.It

Proposals for twice, aLw for three times a week. Leave Apalachicola Tuesday and Thurs House has a Southern e exposure *' iih l"ns Iinn.. BriAUGUSTA.. /M. Sher d. m
bn conMered.Lri every that furnish a pleasant The, ,ftduIII' Jill ,- 23. -
service! will 7. Thocontract o.tma.ter General may annul the promenade. )
5 arrive Chattaboochio
day at n at next days
3584. From GareyS Ferry, by Fort If arise.Tiewnansvillr by 11 a m.nij f repeated failures; for violating[ the Bcd Rooms, nil provided with fire place! *, sure Nr.ark' V E1 NO1W. EHerv! .s.erJ.

and Ellisville, 'to Alligator, 80 From 1st June to lit October. post office aw_; for disobeying the instructions of furnished in the mOAt comfortable mnnrwr. and Urig SAVANNAH. A. IJ.wlA. maMr,.j *t ,

I miles and back,once n week. Leave Chattahoochis Wednesday at 12 the depart tent; for refusing to discharge n carrier etery thing ,fins been clone to render it a ilesiiitLd. Brt* 1-:X A CT.J. J..t'n.iui, master J.'ly('

Leave Carey's Ferry every Tuesday at 4 p m. ro, strive Apalachicola every next Friday by 11 a rn.. whenr< ]uired by the depaitment; furnj tjningthecontrnc residence for invnh'd Warm baths can be 'had. HiJ, KXCKL: C. B. Smiih. rn'-.J"L.
write at Alligator next day by 12m. Leave 9 withuut the consent of tile Poilrnav in the house at all time Tliivt>...1. me e imm tMlrd l> me* tltexj
Apalachicola every Monday at a m, arrive y
I Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p ro, arrive at Chattohoochie next Wednesday by 11 n m. ter Genera or for setting up running onexpresr The table is always supplied with every ifrlirnry eiirnri'. wm will lumP erryxmk<. ...

I ps .r U Gano,', Ferry next.dny bIO a m. > Proposals for an additional weeklytrip from 1st as that the marker, the forest, and the *** rnn furn PH.en:t-,* ns r mfortulil cc p<. ...

? t Pruposals for twice also fur three times a week I October to 1st June"will be considered. tmnster General may alter the con- ish. Wine and Liquors of the finest quality will T''.-., will mil pnnriuallv ar "'I ...al..

.4 service will be considered. 3521. From St. Joseph's to Apalachicola 25 aful'f'"id.t'er the schedule, ho allowing n proof be found in the House.A .,c* be 1..1111 ro l Iy a Sie.nh.ns'

fa 3505. Frem Jacksonville to Alligator, 70 miles. I miles and back, twice week from 1st October to compensation, within thy reuiric- comfu/tuble Post Conch. merl lhc StenmlM GKORGK: HOLJIES:

: and back, mice a week I K'June, and onco a week the residue of the lions impom 1 by law, for the additional service >ats at Plcolata; the fare ufwhirhU reduced' J
G the increase of if the $1,25.10 visitor in ih<> Florida lIrn.re. lierlh., can h* )
; Leave Jacksonville every Tuesday at p. n, required,or r speed, employment convey serum
; year.
L 4trrive at'Alligator next day by 12 m. From lat S October In lie June. of Mil ional stock or carriers is rendered JOHN DICK, Proprietor. ., icmitui 1.1 B. E. C\ Jr

Leave'Alligator every Monday at 2 p tn, arrive Leave St.Joseph's every Monday and Saturday neeellary; b the contractor may, in such cae, Dec 13 8t Julv 15. 1R45. J.f

...tJack.onillenext S am. relinquish t e contract. on timely notice, if he
: day 6y I at 7 a ro, arrive at Apalacbicola same days by 5- NOTICE.
. Proposals for twice also for three times a week I p_ m. prefers it to io change. Tho Po t master Gene persons 'liavin- claims 8nin.r. F.stit.. S.V..

'L eervice on this route will beco sideied. ,Leave Apalachicola every Sunday and) Friday at al mny annu the contract or curtail,the service,. ALL William! Buyd. Into of Ifonton cminir,

Ptlv, 3506. From Pilatka, by Orange Springs Fort 7' a ro,'arrive at St. Joseph's same days by 5 p ro. and pay whe be wishes to dispense with the doct"ft'f'II.111 preent them tit the s' !.*., ("

King, Long Swamp. Okahumka, Fort Dade,'and From l Juno to lit October. service in whqle or in part, or place higher or within the tim prrseril l 1'1 law.. or ih.y will I

Fort Fter, to Tampa, 155 miles and back once Leave St.Joeph'.everl Saturday at 9 a ro, arrive different graihj of service on the router he allowing bA[ burred, nail those inileLtril. to the sal.l .Irlstntr

si'week. 1 1o at 'A palachicola fame day by T p m. one month's extra pay on the amoont dispensed- will raoko I'D)mrnt

,; Leave Filatkaevery Tuesday at 10 & m, arrive' Leave Apalachicola every Friday at 12 m, arrive with. toALBERT CLARK and ,
at Tampa next Friday by 5 m. 9. The payments will be made through drafts on
? p I at St. Joseph's same day by 10 p m. ADALIN'E CLARK,
; : : Leave Tampa every Tuesday at JO a ro, arrive '3525. From'Bai bridge, Gn.by.Chattahnochie, post officeior otherwise, after the expiration of AdministrMnram! Ailminwirntrix.Aueusta. S EMIiN

, ''t' Pilatkanext Friday by 5p, m. .. Rinfirrold. Mariana. Scurleck Snrin Webbvilie. .each quarto, say in February, May, Afguit, anelo'embPr.l. Bunion co.. J.:. F... ,Dec 18.. 1846. Cm- -.... .
: fur twice week service will be con I -- --.. rnnriM* ni .!, J.t
t. Proposals a Campbelton, Geneva, Almirante! Milton, Florida- Tiir. !
sidered. town to Pensacola, 231 miles and back, three 10. The Distances ore given according, to th' I NOTICE. ..l. i. foiiutlril .tf

.4 3507. From Pilatka, by Enterprise to Mellon times a week. (best information; but no increased pny will be allowed !- SIX WEF.KS after tlnte. I bnl!! app!! t,, all'| > il.iy. Slii I

vllle, 125'miles and back; once week. Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, shnild they prove tub? greater than is-advertised Hon. William F. Crubtriv.- J"I:,> i If I'... 1..1| ti. rnii>r r.il"-,p, n>HV.

; Leave Pilaika every' Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive and Friday at 2 a in, arrive 'nt .Perisacola! every if?the places are correctly nnnied. >ate. for the County of Duval. fur Letters uP Ail si'etnhi.- ttbt.!.. ihihM,
:' at Mellonville next day by 5 m. .mrnUi ration the of J. fir It prt ft',.'!on. rau selert
p Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday by 4 p m. 11. The postmaster General is prohibited by on estate W. Herbert laie
I ,i Leave Mellonville every Thursday .at 10 a m, Leave Pensacola, every, Sunday. Tuesday, and !law'fioai, blowingly making a contract for the of said county ileceaccd. Iw-.,tait their ulyVct* in
: ; arrive tit Pilaika next day by 5pm. of GEORGE S. HERBERT. Th* r.uJnt;Uu4 nl the|
.. Friday at Barn, arrive nt Bainbridge every Tuesday transportation the mail with any perssn who .
: .35 B. From Mellonville, to New Smyrna. 30 Thursday, and Sunday by 10 p m. shall' hore'entered into any combination pro. 'Jicksinvilbu.Jnuiinry lit. 1C47.Wntclirnakcr with ill* $inXl. tfi>.i in '>f I
I mile and back,onee a week. '* into al ..i id moral n., pmrnr Ii
Chattahoo posed
u commence, route at tijcnter any .CoruulDftllon. to jirevencthemakigof
1 Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 6 am, chip, will be considered. any bid for n mail l contract,by any mtflDtlnt! GrotJt, Tit. t.itWilllin..i. ," l

it : arrive at Nesjr Smyrna same day by 5 p m.Leave l'rnpoalatur once week, alia for twice a week other p4son< or persons, or who shall bavs made and 'Jc\vollcr. Tilt, Precfpt; ile ires |i.

tiNt New Smyrna every Wednesday at 6 am, service, will be considered. tiny agr emeni, or shall have given or performed, No. M.U .STRIET_ |>ih. 'hubiiM i>f kmil arid, ( .ftY.

., arrive at Mellonville same day bv 5 n m. 3526. From Marianna. by Oakv Hill. and__ Or .DrotT *ecl to .five or .Derfurni., nnv_ <*nnt!>Urntinn. .. L ') ___,I'.II.L_ _!.=-___, influence them rnther by
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;fr j; ,}. -3509. From Newaansvillo'to' River 22 Holmes Valley to Ucheo r Anna, 60 4 miles W and todo, ornut I to sIo. any thing whatever nJ : 19.induce- of S 61.Jncks/mville pl'on"un..l..eurrn.-ln.mid its v'c4ttiyshaai- C.II7.rpa'I principle" i.f the heart .

t ; f' miles and back once a wet k. I I'j. back once .(week.Le any ,othf person not t. bier for a mall contract.Particulr .- ho has rrmiived llu' house immediately gracefulpiinishmeni. I IAn

t. : Leave Newna sviUe every Wednesday at 1. p m, ," Marianoa every Thursday at 6 am, arrive attention is called to the 28thsection[ ailjninin; tlii .accurate account ef
e. .arsrve at New River same day by 8pm. at Uchee Anna next day by 5 p m. of the nit of 1336, prohibiting combinations1 to \ I 'occupied*. n* the I primingoffice recently ':ry scholar, '_anil alo nf ,

\ Leave New River every IVedbesday at 5 a m, I Leave Uchee Ann every Tuesday al 6 a In. arrive pre-ventpidding. : ikepi; M copy of which
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of the
I rriveat Newnansvillo same day by 12 m. at Marlar.na next day by 5 p m. 12. Abid received after time to wit: the 10th .r" Statesman.'and le i now prepared with therc/tubirterm bill !
I Ii
I. i :; ; 3510.. From, Newnansville. by Santa. Fe and 3527. From Marianna,.Jackson county to St. March text, at 9 a. m., without the |ii ranty nacted ro with e'cute.'wi5 the above h.prnrnplitucl.all! orders con-' I parent or/tunrilinn/ who ma

.J 'Fort'Fanning, toCedar, Keys, 108 miles and back, Andrews Bay,60. miles and bock, once week.. required by..law, or that combines several tomes in HDP.Mr. TKRM3 FOR JMKS9tON
Grot he .
would nlso that' bp has determined
'f once.a. week. Leave Marianna every Thursdry at 6 a m, arrive one *unj compensation, cannot be consilered in confine his say. Hither Branches,,

4 : .Leave Newnansville every Wednesday at 7 a m, at St. 'Asdre ws Bay next day by 6 p m. I compel ion with a regular proposal not fdjudgedtotaexravagant. ly' to work in these attention branches.in fssure,4pxcIisive.; ::: ,Common Binoche, _. I
lie rentiers his
; arrive at Cedar Keys next day by 7 p m. Leave St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday at 6 a .; thanks to-the Latin and Greek .. '.
,Leave Cedar Keys every Friday at 6am arrive m"arrive at Marianna next day by 6 r m. 13i bidder may offer \tht'r84he trtn' >iporta- their many friends w ho have sivrn him Lessons in French, given

4 atNewnansvllle nut day by 6 p m. 3528. From Geneva Ala;, to Clay Bank, 36. don en e'.1 l fa.r.in the advertisement is il'fficuli or patronage, and rusts that his exertions hereafter r..nha.-
lx '
..3iU.From., Nawnansville by Fort Clark,Wa- miles and back, once a'week. imprw cable at certain reasons, to substitute an will such a* to merit it. Any pupil withdrawn (
3 and Micu King 64 miles Leave Geneva node of From long practise hr! b'i Ines,, he feel)
rr, to Fort every Tuesday 9 A'm. at rive infeqoi conveyance or interniit service himself end of the se*.toit,
ad back-onco a week. at Clay Bank same day by 5 pm. a speeded number of days,, weeks, oj months. comp will be lont tn give Mittsfaction.* and', bi. Principal$, *,except will be '
charges moderr.io ,
Leave Newnansvliltf every Wednesday at 8 a ro, Leave Clay Bank every Monday at 9'a m. arriveat He ma propose to omit nn'office that B, inacctssibte. thn.e of tho North. and as reasonable as unexpirVtl part'of rlnt '...

& .arrive at Fort King next day by B p_m. Geneva same day by 5'n m. ,, a is not 'on the sthe. rond.. the riilwar. or 11.. no P1 ... _ 'N.f* "A..!....*ABM .(11. .pkA. ]
Leave Fort King every fr'r1eyeta.. a ro, arrive 3529. From Pensacola,by Honey Cut, Ala/and at a'st jimboat' (landing athcaernab- --- '----oIr,; or he-- "'u. D. nnd\incKs Soil .watches repaired itt the best a'pupilfor I: i' 1-' orcn>ional t"J
'man.ner. ntthe
? at Newoansville nvxtday by 8 p ro. Blakely Mobile, 72 miles and back, three times 'maybi|*substitute. an inferior modepf supply notice. fracteil sickness' |
Jacksonville requiring
'From 'Wacahootie Emathla b week. in Dee. 26. 1845., J |
'. 3512. Camp sucI cases.. He may propose dio"rent days, -_ drawn from aLe School,
; ard, Homosassa Aigusta, and .Cbocochatie, to Leave Pensacola every Sunday, Tuesday and and h. rlcI C departure .and arrival p/ovided/ nomore FORWARD & ALDRICH 'made.Patronajtft: .

__ Fert Dade 98 miles and back, once a.week. Friday, at 5-p m, arrive at Mobile next day by 11 innIng limo is asked, and it IS obvious that is'soliciteil, (
_ Leave Wacahootie'every Thursday at 6 am, am. no ma connexion" or'other public accommodation ATTORNEYS' AND COUNSELLOttS AT LAW.
an confidence ia
-I arrive at Fort Dade next Saturday by 5 p m. Leave Mobile every.Monday, Thursday,. and i is r" diced. He may ask for.more runningtimo, E IE/ Will"practice; tn.th several Courts of Law fit ooqtmliSetl.01 the .
LwhI! ,Leave Fort Dade every Monday at 6 ,a mamve Saturday, at 12'm,.arrive at Pensacola next 'days to the rip, 'during,a specified number of days.:atcertai and Equity inVhe Eastern Circuit of Florida: The school' In

L4faI at Wacah'obue next 'Wednesday 5pm.' by7 am. .. sealons ,peculiarly bad roads;f but be-- WM. A. FORWARD; St. Aucustine.. Tbi i. now a
T H .' S 3513. From Alllgaur by Sawannee Shoals, to Proposals.for dally service will be considered. 'yoid. ese changes,a proposal for ervice different LoUIS ACDRICH,.Newnansville.LIVINGSTON ." .structure: building a large. "

iiig Bluun '. Ferry 35'mil** n4 back once a.week.Leave '3530.. :From Key-West, by Indian Key, to from'lU\ advertlsemeht'wUl prevent its being:con- lofI.O.O.F., recently erected

Lit! :: \AUt'nator every Thursday at. 5.a, m, ar- Charleston, S. C, 700 miles-aad,back, once a :aiiIererUacornpiitIon' with a ,regular bid not set & DOWNING, The location of .1 !
is .
t4J1i[ d ivi at BlomtV Ferry same day bIG p m. month. /a*, asidefjirextravagance, ; and',where' .u bid contains ATTORNEYS AND' 'COUNSBL.1t. AT LAW.. \. of 'one

LIIa _.Leave Jllounu Ferry every Friday at 5. a m, arrive Leave Key West from the 16th to the 20th of any of the above alterations, their disadvantageswill 03 Will/practice in'the several Cmirts'ftf Law sonable rosy access. Board.

'at Alligator. same day by 6 'p m.. : e.cli'montti, arrive-at Charleston with ,all practicable" bi estimated in comparing wjth other proposals nnd Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Florida. rates iitresp< aJacksonville
:, 3514. FromAlligator, by White Springs, Jat-' d spatch. .- IL G. LmMosTon, Ne" an"ilIt.* F..

t pr.BeotoVo! Cherry Lake. Cliton..nd Leave,Charleston on the 1st day of each_month, 14.There should be but one royta bid for in a C. W puvvfltMo Fort King. ArIcUIHraI !

.. Aocilla, to M atIoliD.103 miles end back, once, a I arrive- at Key. West. with all- practicable-. despatch.Proposals prbpojal. _.__ n'L"1\TCT' n't11' 9.
weak.Lra. _' to embrace Cap. honda and St.Augustine .15.'rThe, route, the service, the yearly pay, the JAMES W.BRYANT Mi.i.La.1 w v ex.
e Alligator every Wednesday I p ro, arrive will be considered. ._, bidder's., are and residence,and the'name of each I. 84 V ;!

'at MonticeUo next Friday 8pm. '3532, From' Key West to. St. ..Augustine,. 600. mcmbpr,of the firm where a, company :offers, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT :LAW, DtittRS in the; following J

Leave Mbntkello:every Saturday at 5 am, arrive miles back;twice month. should.be datinctly.stated-also the'mode of con Jacksonville. ; Fid.. sold on as'reasonable
, : "at Alligator Monday by.12 m. Leave Key West on the, '8th and 23d of each veyahw, i if> higher mode ,than on horseback Itintendhl. Ibhment in the Softberfl

351 J., From'Tallahassee to St.Marks 22' ,.miles. I mont!;,arrive at St;'Aulu.tlDelnIeYen days* AUGUSTUS; C.. GILLETT .1 A COMPLCTBassort :
.peI hack, three times a week.'Leave Leave St. Augustine 0'0' the, lit and 15th of 16)rhe ,
iii should'be sent onder JaI addressed ATTORNEY: 'AND COUNSELLOR .AT LAW, : 23. plements.. conskting of
Tallahassee every Monday Thursday, each month arrive at West In ,
Key seven days.Proposals to th e f Assistant Poatma'leI'Penera'// Jacksonville patterns of Ploughs.Hoes (
sad Saturday,'at 7'm, arrive. at Su Marks-fame to terminate this route at Cedar Keys Mail Pru k>sals'in the State of -, written Fla. Trace and 'Ox Cfcains.; I
lsysJ y'JO'am. o' ,instead. of St. Augusttne;.will.be considered.O Oft thi fact oftheleuer;'and sboul! ,be despatch rirel York'. Advertisement. and Manure F I'k.Pa'nf .

? 'LewSt,'Marks' every Moadaj,.Thursday,.and, proposals for supplying the following offices' ed in'time o be.received >by)* or be breathe 10th Reap Hooks. Gram'Cradles;

Saturday, at 2pm. arrive at Tallahassee.same' ,in.FlqndsV.at;a i'nitob, 'named,:and subject totbe'ciditIoaof March n .st9ocIocka.n ,. I : ,me sod Col. Crushers. :
r 4aysbyiiu 1 'TalUhsisee_ being Umlt dito'we, net proceeds : 17, :he ontract.s are to, be exected'. by or before TREASURY OF HISTORY Mifis,Jhltd, o"&liI1.: .' $ I
M16.,r rom by New. POr1"aadS: 'ofthe office, Ira Invited : the'Isj July next.r ., J Patent Churns,'Foot Co o" ; .
Matki to5fe ll' Point 32 roilei and back, three '" :Comprising a ce12f'! at ,i introductory ootlineof
chinanuiirc2mQuibcy i :: } I 12 miles aad back, ant Fan Mill*and Nails.
,1 inieja week-to New- Port, and once .a. week. the- once week. \ i '. -vV' W1railroads ititeruit' offices situate upon'or Dear Universal( .HI"90'ancienl? an4 modern, and Full assortment ot While J ,
t more thanelgbty rod from asrriesof "
depot, Histories
srcsidiie. separate of '
4 1 l0inules and back every
ReformfmznQincye anHPaintnX
? ; once 'ii1'IrnrnkIiateIyafter; the ,. srdelriSperm.
Leave TaUthtsseerevery TuyThii; Ilt.AltU| nexf Deport principal Nation that eiitts their
aweekl\ /. '. .. Castor OU.SpifHsTurp,D
-aad S u *ll'. ai'l a/ta, arrive_ at New Port.saree; Troy. ,,om Colarabui! 35 miles and back, once a that ,factfo' 'the ,department nz.lhtl.r exact riseprogress, present condition, &c... &c. GJass Window Sea".
\ the Botherlse .
\ :'distance fern railroad nd ho BY
"" depot, w SAMUEL
:4 c .1 MAONDKR.
... '. -.p rttJc1': : % GUll Powder, Saot.Bar! !
> !" Monday t |i" wrtlled with the mall, to lable'&. Postmaster Author the of
| ave Newporttwy ,:WednetJay.ahd Woodstock Miiri.fro'nt'St. e 'wasory, KnowledgeBlof .
Msry's, miles : Foolscap .Letter,.
"1It.-- & ., .. _, Vene rsl to direct the "
TaUahassee --- > m : supply to be .raphical Treasury
,_ caai.LhbI2prn.tul proper LUeraty and
:,:.if. ..I'A ot. -.. .auq once...ki f 'made the'railroad Scientific, ,PAPER paINTING and
-- fr4i by,mail. ,from .Tr iiut.t';k
taciseogew ,
> IncludIR .. _
:,., : lit 7 i.t i bid.where change from advertise Carpenters.and Coopers E
,1 IsNportevrry Sstur4.y at G .ID,arnieI > no and afcejtha 1st.July I next ,j THE HISTORY OF .AlWERl
I. i'.: meat Is contemplated by !th'a.bidder' 19. .TWer the actof 3dMarch,1l845i die ,fiEQ8..ma.rcI' as good'
0 T &Sf7Mpim dsyby.1O1fl. : J ,7. ;/ route EDITED ,BY JOHN, INMAN;'ElQ. :Od.i:1 cM: ,$ 'peceived
"I(or we arthe!case may be)[hero' writs' 'the ,.Is 1 to Wet to'the lowest'bidder sufficl Co .
: ,Letei I *T.r if.1 s 'I p JII. ,. ; ,fteadertef .t !pl5t ,In two ,ot lurn .. large, octavo, with oat .
.IveatN.wOru .dsyb6pm. same,'or.names l full]of[bre state_ ,,the resWeoee' Dt.gUrtmies,for faithful perfonnanct,.without :Cravings, >$4., Art edition' In pa per 'covets,. 1Ssn.nab1 .,JURe .191 a ,

.: Proposals, to extmtst the tri-weeUy atnrlca .toSt. or residences, ] hereby* p po"'to r".bt"ID.Uon' other rtlrwce to,the:mcxle,of trawportatlon than complete. ,:taitable mailing f $3,: _.: .
: Nov from1" to 'It often '* :* J :; >
astba iBayWiecessary to'pruvW.for tbs doe celery, .DANIgLADgg, Pubflahei i. B : : (
..Masks witt be eeeslskred. I .: :: :
advettisemeot renoires In the jIma stated in certaln, and securKjpfsuchtcsnsportatl'n. .. :-lot F lt ri'lmf iY ).'' ,
-au. Itm 1lt.f" 111 Li,. I ; r o. ? itt wt "
the iclwdulaf/iad.by too- kilning mod of.coa- ; "w the lowest bid propane a mods of con-, Sept. iou/2816 ':- KATLT 'wuzpA: '
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