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 29, 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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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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with the advertisement BAVT11OB1TV.Jnwl the'manner ToT' direct '
pi uaD8m not markodWith the number .. procuring prim ing same; and when extra co mmCQ.
Iinerton Adnortisementl.required,will be continued until forbid 'for the two' hguses. of'Congress. : ies of ,any document. or paper shall be A, PROCLA: ATION. ". C
charged for. : the trailed States Faaaed at the 'Resolved'by the'Senate and Hous of ordered by, both houses ;
aed : they shall be Whereas '
aU annouaceaou ,byanact the
dnlhrs will be charged for First Session.f the Tireaty.nttaUi.XJon.greas. of Congress of t
TFiye .. ,? Representatives,of the :VnitedStateofArnericain delivered to the two house simultaneously .
of candidate* for oSice. ., ." '* ; th'eiTnited States::; of the 3d of March, '
Six Monthi. : I $ ? JJ ""i Congress assembled That 'in' td the .
one quare.for }), proportion number of .1845, entitled,- "An act allowing
Notice to Debtors for Letter and Creditor.of Administration, t I 3 03. No. 'U.-A Resolution; ] regulating the the' secretary of the'Senate and clerk of copies by thinr respectively ordered... drawback upon foreign merchandize ..It ,. .. 'E
Application ar All religious notice will be iolnted. .:..tul't printing of Congress, and ,establishing the House 'Representatives be, knd I See 4. And -be it further res lved exported ,in theoriginalpa.ckages'to .,.}t

> commuDIC.uaDI will.. the compensation for the sam ., theyare hereby, authorized and, .reqiired That all laws,andi parts'otkws pow in i Chihuahua and Santa'Fe,.in Mexico i

.5yAlladmi.!charged ss aaverthemefl.per.cn&l? the Resolved. by. the Senqte" and Houseof : ,.atthe beginning:of the final sesaonof ,force, not in conformity with ,the .provisions and'.to .tjie British" .North American .' .
for Job FrizzLing. Enult bepaid, on Representatives of the United Statesof .. Congress advertise for 6ur of this-joint'reaorution'J.I.e '
ttr:: Aubuta every: ( and I .provinces: adjoining the U., .States," .
4tlh'ery ofibe commaniQ'work. 'n' most .be ,addrelltd t6.GXLLXTT America in Congress assembled, weeks successively-i all the new: m- the' same' are hereby, repealed. certain privileges are extended, in "
ur:::: All k Aal). postage paid.SSI41IOI$1 I That from and 'after the passage:of this pers published in .the cuy'or \V 88bD *Approved, August ,3, 1846. r fercnceto.drawbackto ports there.: ; 1

[ resoluti rn,- the printing of the two ton, for: sealed :proposals for supplying in specially\! n "in the 7th' '. .
HO '1I' & CO.- I Houses of .Congress hall I! be subject: the Senate ancIuse of Representatives No; 2'O.J int Resolution. directing section of. saidact, met1\ted., vfhicn f also ,, ;..'' :1. '

: ES ,fJOO.,,_ytoJhpir _ Mu'iiijf: ....llM fijicfff' tiona- When any eitiye3j'. the next ensutng> the pa7ineiie4eiaiij .Volunteers I rides "That such other ports situa 1'Ck"' ., .:'/ -. '- i I
:i I ..UKof' rr.hanfM&i1din Unkad'Siates. { message, report, or' document, commu. C ngreVit the necessary printing' .' and militia; tinder the limitations ted on 'the frontier of the United I

.; : fortnf"rly Government o fop'id BUlldnr.by.th Tb'"y have nicated to both housed of Congress, for each ; which, advertisement shall therein prescribed. I States, adjoining the British. North : x
l",, .1 the ir stock by the lute arrival fromYtk.Vfu1l shall be ordered to pe printed by' the describe the kind of printing and the Resolved.by the Senate and House American Provinces as hereafter :;
.ddtd of Dry Good., GroSi the shall ascertain of of of the United may .
?; M rtment Senate secretary quality paper required, as nearrnay as Representatives Statesof ,be (found expedient, may have ex'j '
Harltfl. Provuioni..... relucpd fec.prices.They &c.,. which whether the same has been previously be, in the execution cf the worli America in- Congress .assembled, tended.to them the like privileges .
the'.re pr.arCd 1 prepared to at to purchase .C
ntt,' ,are n4 now.rthrr pnnlnce of the country,.Hstije Representatives ; and' if so, the,copies and classify the printing i of.the. respective is hereby, authorized and required, of the Treasury, and, proclamation '

1, best' Market rate and ntake'caih adranwon Ii- and .ordered' by the Senate shall.be suppliedbY' houses, as follows :: One of bills be paid, out of the' appropriationmade duty) made by the President of thet' .:. .
.Clllltpmf'nl' 10 their. fri.nd.r, in Sa$<"a I IDa th'e. printer to the House of Representatives and resolutions;"one of reports of com by the act providing for the1 United States, spe i designating .. : \
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Cblr\HluD.\ hare or 1& new "uinick' of waujhrIron: for which there shall be no mittees one journals; one executive, prosecution of the existing war betweenthe the ports to which the aforesaid privileges '. .T .
fJ ctb.-tt' which nli,.y would' rer cteJlf all charge for composition, ; and if any dQcuments; and one for every other description United States of America and the' are to_ be extended; .: v ':. -, T
iLl,n'Plidn ..r liantirs.JscIoniI1d .. .... such message-fepori, or document shall : of printing; each class to be all Republic of Mexico* approved' the thirteenth And whereas: the Secretary'of the'Treasury W I. ,

NOY 6. If_.1Fi. !! be ordered to be printed by the, Houseof separate job,.and to provided for by day of May, One thousand eight has duly'recommended to f t1
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I. ---- DR. AMBLE h ''would Representatives, it shall be the duty separate contract. The said advertisement hundred and forty six, to the volunteersand ).me the extension of the privileges of .

ci.e n.'i '".. Is.It.ciite'I .. of the olerk to ascertain' whether the shall also contain a designation of militia called and actually receivedby the law aforesaid the port of Lew-
hhjeJfhrk.gmi1lf' same has been previously:: ordered' to )be the'place in the said 'bf Washingtonwhere virtue of the orders of General E. istown, in ihe collection district of .

in the practice of [Vnti.;.trjTMid Iisvhigrbuines printed by the ::Senate and if so,. the such sealed proposals, shall be P. Gaines, into the service of the Uni Niagara, in the State of New, York. '

\. itIei intere.ia winter in th i..id rt"-W.nll.__,; AlinrS.topermannt copies ordered by .the House shall be received, and the dayand time of day ted-- States- -during- the'_ .present- .year,. and Now,:Therefore,!,JAMES.K. POLK. : 4

1II\e.:!yiiting 1IU1"other lare. in. : i',. in I I1hit furnished by the printer to the Senate: at which said secretary and clerk will discharged before:joining the army, President of the United States of America '.
...7 ..-curia, tit Ih,. c mmiinitthgeuernt I and no charge for composition.shall be cease'to receive any further pr poStlls. and such companies as were actually ; do hereby declare and proclaim. '
.J"nlail' uff :ulf'nt lI5I(1CflC&'I&LU .: allowed therefor; and should an additional And the secretary and clerk aforesaid. organized rendezvoused under.said: that the port of Lewistown in the collection
_oprsivj'.. : .. .. .Dentistry .p.rfoeJ..'. ."... .'. number of copies of-, any' such shall provide suitable samples of the. call, including the two conpanies of Major district of Niagara, in:the State' ,
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nrranlf'._$ '.'a nnSle one tagiro : .t I document be ordered by either House, printing,required, and. of the paper on Gally's command, and the company of New York,'island shall entitled, to .

_'"-r"M., ...\ ..*:j,. .r..' .....I"";. they shall be furnished by the printer to which! the same is to be executed, to be at Baton\ Rouge arsenal ; and also the all the privileges extended to other ports .

,.;",'r '''' the House which first ordered tHe print: kept at' the place so designated as a- company of Mississippi volunteers, enumerated in* the seventh section of ,J.Y: j
r n na- CaugWjTA ; ing of the document, and for which no foresaid at least twenty days successively (Natchez Fencibles,) and also the company the act aforesaid, from and after the ','. ,

.' -_ ""' nI cimmi&te4'ijt. a compensation for composition> shall be. before the time of receiving proposals of Mississippi volunteers (Pontd-, date of this proclamation. : ;
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. t.&'. t;brsIzt Wick,sJlfhily allowed ; Provided, however- .That if, shall expire, open to the inspection toc Rovers,) organized,'and assembled 'In witness whereof, I have hereunto
'_", I .J name *iisec ; for the purpose of despatch, or any oth; .of all persons desiring to make at Vicksburg, and ,afterwards 'disbandedor set my hand,and .caused the seal. of thoUnited I ?
!,,*! !r..at the time..f bitMt "' '''1, er cause, it shall be necessary to fulfil proposals for the printing Qfore.saidn-'. discharged, and the companies of States to' be affixed.' .
"1M Wnu I'.Craig; .( ski order for of houe Ohio volunteers assembled' at .
=' < any printing either telligence whereof shall be contained in camp Donff the city of Washington this f
){ ._*-_ .: ,i' feounty'."*;prove; The prOp.'.uwn.'rs" rs of any document which had been previously j-. said dv rtisement, Immediately) on Washington, near Cincinnati, and who seventeenth. day of January, U

. .t 1111.,." p,. >.It 1'. ... ordered to be printed, the 'committee expiration of the time for'receiving claim to have been 'mustered-into ser in'the year of,our Lord one e

f.l; {tIO.HN' ARq : on contingent expenses of the said proposals, they shall be opened,by vice, one day's pay' and allowances for sEAL/jfthousand! eight hundred d :: 7
-_.' : ,- J'H.U.borou'b..ntl.(th184G' ,. house making such order may direct Secretary and :clerk aforesaid in the .every day detained; in service; ,and the forty six, and of the.Independence

Tin'1;:4.. ,.; WI that such document be again composed, pretence ot the Vice President, or usual travelling allowances, and ,no .of the United States. of*

4 ale,- >... or put into type; in which case comp 'residentofthe Senate, and the Sneaker more. And further, that where States America, the seventieth. .
A VAt";\ IRIipEV'6 0 of land, eontaJnint sition shall be 'harged nnd'allowed. of the House of Representative /and of individuals have paid,the expenses or JAMESK.,'POLK.By :

:J: (:ld"'i"t:: jIIjtibly situated on' Fle-min. And from the commencement of' the such persons making proposals as may provided the means of transportation of the President : :_ 0 ,
I1vut,on.1' "S ."*1IPhru& riY r. For a rfeicripliunoftbeUo.1. ( present session of Congress! 'printing wish to be present;-'And.the Secretary: ,volunteers to thaLplace, rendezvous, jnzi. BUCHANAN,Secretary of State. _. "
.quality of the soil, and al.i f r wrmi..1 ordered by either house of Congress,. of the Senate, under the supervision of and furnished subsistence or clothing,

I iJsqure lboo ,"b.crihf'r of Dr. A..s"sVsre'4 nlll.lw.n L.ke..hc-konviUe.Marion cmuitV or where the number of ,copies do not.exceed the Vice President or President of the the. proportional amount.thus furnished By the PredeniofAe Unitcd'StataJfcfjJtnenco -' .. I

!- J1 rida. 1'r: S. F: HALLIDAY.* five thousand, shall be paid for at Senate, and the Clerk of the House of to each' man, not exceeding the legal .

:: Oct (G. 7Adrninisthr's tf. a rate of compensation not exceeding : Representatives, under the'supervisionof allowance_to each, may be charged .ou A PROCLAMATION.- .. -
Notice. twenty per centum less than the rates I the Speaker, shall thereupon, let the pay rolls and withheld and paid to Whereas ihe.Congressof'the United: '

: fixed and established by the joint reso each class of said-printing to the lowest the State 'or individual who actually States,'by virtue of'the constitutional, .

J NOTICE f f.entitled hereby given distribution tli creditor in the uf Estate-find lution of. eighteenbundled and nine bidder, who shallfurnish' satisfactory provided.the same. And further,. that authority vested in them,have declared ';; '

Jo siMs We*'1u.tf'lCll8lN1 la and to all per.on. mhoDtj teen; and when the number of copies evidence of his practical' skill and his when surgeons and assistant surgeons by their.act, bearing date this /r _, '
hue any claim demand,wll&ff"yrrcain... shall exceed five thousand, the.compensation ability to do the work, and who shall have attended regiments of volunteers day, that,"by the;act of the* epabhc
L ,.rimfTMtio .aiJ..tM.. that unless the kara. be shall' not exceed thirty three and ofier good and sufficient security for to the time when-medical officers,' duly of Mexico. state of war exists: be-

\J InUHud'Of drpotkfd*within the period u( tau one third per centum.less than'the'rates the faithful execution_ of the jobs and appointed by the United States,. enter- tweenthat Government the United .r.,.:,... .
from the O tobPr. 1845 they will .'
, j tn 2fe(4y the said resolution ot undertaken him. And ed upon their duties with said regiments, States." ..
of -ke Wrrrd, and that Twill apply to the Judge of allowed by joint contracts by ,, .
.. rMtet.of IlilUbOfbugh! ,Cuaoty on the fourth eighteen hundred and nineteen.. And thereupon the VicePresident or President they may receive\ the same rate of compensation -. ..Now, therefore,'I..JAMES K.POLK. '. i
. Sttwday October-" 1847. for a final discharge when the committee on contingent"expenses of the. Senate and its secretary, ,,and to a like number as/provided President of the United States ofAmerica .: .
, -mm n%said Adminittration.WILLIAM; of either house shall direct a and the .Speaker of,the' House and,its for by law ; and persons doing the ,' do her proclaim: the'same to all .
WEEKSAdm'r. -
15 Tall,..,Dee. ; 184&. 6m second composition, to' execute any order clerk shall,proceed. to take bonds,.with duties of assistant quartermasters and whom may concern j and I do specially .. ;
rJ for printing, the printing' aJl be good and sufficient security, for.the due assistant commissaries, under like circumstances enjoin on all persons holding offices,

AdniBUtratrix Notice. done by the printer to tile house ma and faithful performance of the work, ,. may in Iikcrnannerreceivethe civil or military, under the authority of" .. "
N uta"hereby omentitledtoilutribationin the Estate o| thereafter their alike. number, at authorized by exjs- and zealous'in the duties .
Miobew( deceived,and to all' ersos.,'who for printing requires map or charts tely report to respective discharging
*"7 bu any claim or demands whatever the- same ihaj) be obtained und r, the .houses all such lettinil.of printing, ting law. .. respectively incident: thereto;.and ;'I 'do- '

..- ?IIIC or tatereM ia laid Estate that $5fl4....the direction of the committee on conlm* and the contracts .relating ,to the same:' Approved. ,;August" .8,- 1846 moreover'exhort.all the good people of
has(be exhibited ora....rted within die period ofw gent expenses of the house making such- Provided, That the said proposals{ shall the United.States," as they Jove their. ,'. ,

be bt !Parioai'J *n having from thi claim date and; they'demand will be agaion barred;the- order; and all expenses for printing remain sealed until the time appOinCedfot'Cxami I No. SS.-A 'Resolution' appointing country, as:they feel,the .wrongs which: : -: I

r. ,art reanetted to'pte 'nt them I o John M. shall be.paid from..the contingent fund. ing the same. gents of the* Smithsonian Institution. have forced on', them the last resortoril t
IfhtMheM&tiea County;and Tlioma. C. EUi, of the two* houses, each houie paying Sec. 2. And be it further resolved,. Sesolved y. ihe :Senate and House injur d' nations, and. as they consult '; f
tCA1atLuaCOUftt1, a. my ajfcnll, 'WjtlK>ot delay. for the printing ordered by jt, except That committee, consisting'! three of Representatives of the'.United,States the best means, Under the blessing of Divine I j

re FRANCES'AaminUtratrix.INDLEY.Li the expense of composition, .which'. : members of the Senate'.and three members of America in' congress assembled, Providence'of abridging its $a., ,;' ,,

!pst 14th, 1846 611IAi.lalstrater's thai be paid by the house which"first of the House.of Representatives, That RuCus Choate, of Massachusetts, lamities, that they exert .themselves, l in ;,.
ordered the .document or paper to be', shall be''chosenby.' their respective Gideon HGwley,.'or.l'e -Yor I';'RichardRtiib preserving order>;> in prompting concord... '

Ifotlee printed; and if there shall.be: a'second Houses, which ,shall' constitute,a committee ,of ,Pennsylvania,. .William. C. in maintaining the authority! and the efficacy ,", '
eg THE crrdttorc ia the,Ettatr dutriUuee.ef William and other McCalley.inter, composition,:i it shall be paid for by the on. 'printing, which shall have Preston South Carolina,and:Alexan of thelaws_ ,' .and. iu supporting' ,

. j*. rf Nu t9 coy, Florida, deeeaaed, are boute whose committee' on contingent' power to: adopt, ,measures as maybe der Dallas Bache and Joseph G."'Tot- and invigorating all the measures which I,
$1 btrvtiy CUM! aDd admonished be and appear expenses'shall authorize"and direct the ; deemed .,'necessary to .remedy any ten, ',residents of the city of Washington : may be adopted by ,the constitutional i .

'( *stud sL.,ef befori"i the Hoaorable, tlw Jude:of ProKaa same; and, when the extra'copies of.any, t neglect.or delay] .on the part the: 'contractor ; be, and the, 'same. are hereb ,-'appointed authorities for obtaining a speedy, a. '. ,
at Court Probate, to Smithso ian*Institution .
joowy a :of the honorable : _
D h jU uthtCMrt House, ia aidcowity, oo the document'shall ordered by both houses .,to execute the work ordered by regents just an peace. :
1t 1 Moadty U,Kpril, 1847 and: chew causr,if ,.and the 'same ,a executed: bv the 'Congress, and to make a.pro rata re-" accordance with the provisions IN,TESTIMONY! WHEREOF, ::1 have ;here.
5, fr'm%1y hwy r.a1lIl. } 1 should DOt be dlldaa"N same. printer,.the copies ..1all.'de1iv. du iion in :the compensation allowed, %of the' act_ establishing said .in unto set my hand, and caused the seal :
ly all flI0hstradon 0(' the Estat of stitution.Approved. of the United States to be .affixed'to '
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laid William r ered to the two houses imultaneoaily, orto: refuse the work altogether,should) I c >'
; ***** aDd McCarw"I brr*,to ia b.pursoanc made br*me of lo an aaid apttea in proportion to the whole number it be.inferior; to,the, standard. ; and in i I, August.10, lS4 these presents. ,, .

E. R. ALBERTI,.Adm'or. I copies which the ,houses*have.respectively all cftses, the contractor' and his,securities Done'a.thecity' of Washington, the. '
_WMcL 1846. ,9 : and ,defective returns in certainsurveysplats of our. Lord. one ,thouUAL. -.' '
Approved July .23, creased expenditure .
A.C"IJtrater's.lfeUce.Tf upon : field hundred and 'i',
Sl and .notes. [ .] sand eight forty
., I shall present nyeeoeats the performance'of the :contract.1'be.c&nmitteishallauditand .- .
!! vouchers, u dm1 lslrator of No. 15.-A Resolution i a thorizug chic all. Resolved, by the Senate arid1 .H9 .e : r six', and'of the independence--- ,
.. t4t11.rf **.'HobertsoB, laW of Colombia J lands atBaton pass 'of Representatives of-.the United.States, 'of the United States, the sev1
..... : sale _of certain Kouge. accountifor printing i ; but,no. ,bill ,shall .
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: WMed0 the H Joo> of Probate : assembled, entieth. .. .: T.
w. of America' jri.Congress 10 .
,.w coway,for a final"aettlemem of saU Esy to the state,of Louisiana.Resolved : .be'acted 'upon for work: that ,i is' not,actually -
oftlie' GeneralLand JAMES
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? btll ofZ executed and delivered and which !That Commissioner .,. K.POIiK.By ., .
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at the saaa riftit apply by ibeSenateandHouseofRepresentatives .
*""" oeh ad miaigratorfwbich all j.rg tb require.to be properly authenticated Office be::and'.heishereby'authorized : be President' :" / .. JI" . ,
of the United States t'may'
.h.restM ta said! Estate, arriteslnd 10 toke ,, '* to 'employ some, amiable,person ":JAMM BUCHANAN. Secretary State... I
; .. America in-Congrei s assembled. /That ; .L.
said :
JAS ,R. ROBERTSON,* and tiie:
Oar.11.11" ; of Var '.1> ; 'he' is Sec.,3. And be it. ,further resolved,_ to '.ascertain, report I '
:144mInh4t&tor. the Secretary > e; and Commissioner, of the General t Land Office By the..Preside*! oftAe'u; Stateslcf}: :: : '
all -motions to extra numbers
: print ,
anthizedei4empveted: to That '
hereby : :sustained .
IfeUee, the amount damages: .I1 mca.. .
II 8ti.trar'' I'steH make appU, sell and convey' (forth4.UseanI,benefit; .pf any bill, paper, or docuraentm'either bY'.the respective purchasers: public A PROCLAMATION.. .: -/..
of Probate( of the State of ,Louisiana)I to the three house, shall be referred. to' the .
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: 0 Hoodrmble Jadg.yNauaufr qnesoutb seven Whereas the ,of'Cofigress : !
'. by act ,
UtIe1ent so4c members, :the' 'committee 6f thatbo :Jands,in township lange ap
... &n&l Admin- commissioDers appointed ,bytheLegii': : east ia ihe'State Michigan! ,.'(or provedJuly .9, 184S', efitittal "An. :" ,
aad voucher* as / .who shall the ,
wy accooau latare of'said State 'to;select site report'upon pro
__ a on ; .
*1representatives'by retrocede of Alex '
lie O'NeUl.late leipectiTeassigness111 i ? act-to thecountyr .
C. their
4(1Iia estate of William kick to'erect a, ,State ,home two" i prietyof i printing".and. tlie: probable l ex:. by .. .
Columbia I
.. --,.daoeased add fer** al,IIielari'e ; .or consequence andria, in \l o- District .. ,
31 I .my tlQiarratioa 'D, ..w......, more acres: of the. ract!of"J land.' p wmed 'p-e thereoL: *as* .early,rIhtffiobalt as' convenient."ii be.. !'-off; the'erroneous'or. fraudulent surveysof .to'the State'of VirglojV:it,is eaact- ;
: WIKGATE1AJm'r. by>> the.Unked '8tte.ly r in 'the And,. expeaics, : for '
par: of the.imperfect or ; with, the, sjaeatoivtfeepie '
.S.iiv1LLIAM. \ .' said township or peG--
: I 'from the fund bfthe < .
: V1U. lab of EutB.toRougeState of toul.siasa {- .paid :contingent : thereof aadUshaUbe, Jhe of the county and town ot .AleX... !
aboveaBd>adk>imng:the.town of toWouO;: in'proportion:to the:num. falsq returns) | I
; .11811" .' of so 'eraptojea,, lo .aAdri .to1N ucettaiaed .AJlio, man- '
SIX".8IIIIIIU"r' I shall- ply dae1 :&a&iie rPfericfedThat, '1 aij; bee: pf t copies ordered by;each, except duty ucfrperson: .) M .
: : and all .that '
ner'thereinpreScribeds i
.... /robatet foras. : .\ ,the ,of .which. proceed tojsuchiownship, upon !! portion .; .
6. .J&JDetr'O HriIl..l.oI. judgment ofthe Prudent. of the United expense t .
I.2ic.rbrs'. ([; .the parties in mtereit : 41'hsDistrie) of. Cokmbur'oeded : "
t1asty of H...... for I dtsebsrge Adml Stales said sale be made without .l hil1'b1aid the hoase'.which shall I "rinip i ,. ; ,
J y '
.. .. .. war i said dan> : tbo 'VDi1 .States' the '
. (qUo. ,'EaratH, S *r t ordered' tPiiDiIDg 6f: the ,,estimate. 'a.uA'ascertal to by. : .
detriment: the:; b1ic'interest. !
.J- : 14 SsmVChwth.rlataoFlorI41. ., to iefbftlui.opinion aaaociwon ", btteofViTgZnta, and i1L.tbe'igktaand'jurilicUontherewithceds4& -
( and
8HCER fRADDOCKHoua. ,: ApprovedJuly23; ,. i&6/ ; *. .1 'p aper or'document f..ad j ifthere. shall ages,: : b.J ,m& ::
specifyiag.ia :
? thereon 1 :
ross&1dE .t ariewnd sttidnit:.shall be"pi14 j .
; & '. 4' "' ( : :--i-" ':j* -.J b e _cop % : ,
the iiNNftc.! '
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I- = the waY. The J lead- slaughter o1ihe0iiu'mfliatio of defeat ed'a hogiheaci
;:;' relinquished 'to tile: Stateiof VJrgmia;-V 'n\ C ltt--h corapli- cuss thejustice of ', or tb 1'I J_'
of .all concur )in,denouncing It would have us".calmly resign all the'i wjjich wasdays sold 1 ,il 'thJs'
Iiv 'in full and absolatc tigLitnndjuris'j tnc :with a rc uisitioQ made.upoa the 1I3men parties. back. \He. : kM

I, "'.' .'. diction, a*. well of' soil as of persona Governot of this State, axoapanj has the conduct of.our foe,nn&'i I i'advantages. we. ,have, gained, and submit. ,usually aUowed: foa" :: .

f 'I. residing' or: to reside thereon ; And lately organiced' at. Newnansville, and upholding-our final appeal to.arms.*".It to the repeated.invasion, of our territory. ,oral pounds This was n t etlo' 0 t;

. ,:!t ivhereas, itjs: further provided,:that is ootrthe snarling prints of the opposition : : :It:would expose us to the ridicule heavy' green oak Was oj 't
the staves
'.. 'the said ft t''ihaU' benri force,until proceeded to Tampa, for purpose lor
: themselves in judgment and of the whole world and hogsheads :_
was .
who ,
'I' of set up contempt made
!i -after the assent ,of the people ,:relieving the,regular,troops at that post ,
Alexandria the ..of the nation and I then would'taunt the Democracy of staves are not as light II
' 'w. 1 the county and town of who are ordered to Mexico. The following upon sages monly used for the

. 'n : .-shaH be given to, ifin the mode there persona were elected to the various : af their own party.: It is sufficient that. ,I the Union as the cause of our disgrace. !it might be well for New-ojw 1tain
.= .r-; e. JD provided ;f and if a majority of -commands. ve are involved in,a,war,jrought'ii'byIhe Such treachery and ,ignominy is, we and mark the iare befj ,

t F'. & .. : a-- .the votes.the should\ provisions.be in favor of the of said accepting -; Allen. Johnson__ ,Captain.i/: :, ; invasion, of our soil and outrages ,own, somewhat hard;of belief It is up the Sugar.establishing Oft

.1 -act, it shall be the duty of the President C.. C.! Coffee, :1st Lieutenant. upon the. life And property dOur citi humiliating' own:that treason, in the OREGONBy nmendl1tUt

. ti to. make proclamation! of the William Fisher, 2nd do. zens. We l have,up to .the. present time I shape of factious' party spirit, stalks the Oregon territor7mileage

1_ ; fact: ,. Jno. Reardon 2nd do. been ,victorious. Energetic' measures' .:boldly :through a nation. of, freemen. of the Delegate -'It
: : ::1 And 'vhe ea?, on the 17th day of i might speedily bring us an honorable Yet the fact is painfully apparent. But from Oregon, was fixed
'f August, 1846,after the close of the late Captain Johnson, is a member of the r : at a 1-
But to.' effect this we jnast have such treachery van never finally prevail exceeding $3,000.
' ,
session the of the United Senate (Hamilton peace. An
'trio f r.... of Congress! : c unty.anVal: at
0 .) ., money.4 'ThQ enthusinsm and There is, bold heart d
j I 'k. States, t: duly appointed five citizens of Tallahassee, engaged in the duties: men and : ; many a many a was further. moved and carried t&i

; :;. ( 'the county or town of Alexandria, being, of the session* when the requisition' ar, alacrity which has ,evfer been manifested willing hand yet willing to devote all to should be an American citizen,'

t Jf: freeholders within the same, us com -.by the people to ,serve their country, the.service of his loved, ,country. Their farther amendment that he
! .! missioners, who, being 'duly sworn to ,rived.'. ,. He immediately made every shall be in want lives" and \ .hotiJd
assures us that we never treasure, are equally ready to serve for more than one
.j -perform the duties imposed on them, as effort to raise the necessary,number of CODg'fas;
I.: o( stout hands to rosecute.our cause. be offered.< They,will rescue the Union
in the said did
' act proceed
. prescribed men, and soon succeeded. Capt. John f -coaii-
were'notified The need is too imminent to from disgrace and defeat and will set at
I within ten days after they procure ,
! son is favorably known for his conduct IN SENATErelation -. ,, : ill&
% .
: no fix' Upon the first and second days oft the necessary ramey except bj' a loan. naught, .the impotent struggles of a y 'JId.
( selection
the Indian and estcottisubmln
during the
"I: September, 1846-as the time, the court war. s The estimates oflne l President as to thesums treasonable. factions*"_ tCUUlWJ
house of the county of Alexandria, as of him as their Captain, does credit'to i to the removal ortheS.l(
to prosecute the war to OUR, AND LAST YET ALL
. the place, and viva voce as the manner the individuals now under his com ,. Indians from the State of -.
successful conclusion are so low as to ;POR OUH COUNTXV.
and due notice of the .
I -voting; gave mand. which were referred to the 0
and the time and at.thc have astonished even the..opposition.If .-: I coon
at place
same; "
p jWc entertain hardly a doubt but that HENRY CLAY AND THE WAR.-In Indian affairs anc'\rdere
;. in conformity with the said notice, the I will be easy to raise this, providedwe to
I : : said Commissioners presiding, and deciding -" Captain Johnson and his gallant me continue to 'out the principles striking contrast to the policy of the printed.

! .1i- 'all questions arising in relation will have a brush with the Indiana, of the carry in loan. \Vbigs and their outcries at the injus- J;:jiihe'.House, the biIIaut %iDt

;: : to the right of voting under the said who arc.. now prowling through the Democracy negotiating- .. a tt9 of our country in prosecuting the President to raise and Ofg3J1 1e .
It is essential that should at the
:- If! act: the votes of the citizens qualified to whole of South, and a portion of East we war with Mexico, stand the sentimentsof ia 1i Pal! regiments ofinfoury
taken viva and recordedin time for its
: vote were voce, same provide payment.
r ;i in books and the Florida. When this shall happen we' the "great embodiment," as lately OTC. :: duly kept on
i I :? poll To do this we must impose a
1 :: -third day of September instant, after are equally.confident,that our volunteers tax and this,must be indirect.It expressed, and which we give below. passed by a vote of 176 to '3|. Tbiil

t, the said polls were closed, the said will do credit to their name, and renderfar war mind Surely the paltry squibs of Whig jour- 'PfJVides! that the officers wj

f 1R: .Commissioners! did make out, and on more effective service to their country now readily occurs to every ,nals.and the oracular denunciations of and.. musicians_' of these regimeau!
i : the next. day did transmit to me, a statement in what. manner. shall this war tax be "#
than a dozen'companies of our regular Whig bar room politicians, are renderedof discharged at the close of tit
of the polls! so held, upon oath, imposed. At the late session of Con
,: 'if'! : nnd under their seals ; and of the votes : troops, whom experience has shown the Democratic party establisheda no effect by the patriotism of their l1; rijay: Jan. lith*-In EelIn =.

:.i: ,, .80 cast and polled. there were, in favor are no match for an Indian foe, however gress Tariff leader. Sentiments like these are what Jaraagin submitted the fo1Jo

, j : 'of accepting the provisions of the said efficient they may be against revenue prospect-of peace, raise the man of intellect, the truly resolution i which was consider!'
' -t hundred and threevotes.and and one which was to be the enduring .. "-"J 3k **- '
: 'act sixty
: I: Mexicans. However, if the struggleonce great man, above his fellows and above unanimous consent OMAgreed to.
: against accepting the same: policy of the cbuntry. Tha existenceof
!; with the Seminoles and it is these that : '* /'ed That ;: 'SfcietirfWar
: ; 4 -two hundred and twenty two-showing commences -a war requires' a temporary departure a party, sentiments ;; ,j | tt *

t tk,! / a majority of five hundred and forty we shall need all the volunteers we can from the policy. Additional taxes raise HENRY CLAY above the treacheryof 'I ;- .b directed to ccminhaicattteSeeater

c.4 tone votes for the acceptance of the raise., for the issue will either be removal his rabid Whig followers. They I such conrespon4eielriii,
and in such
,:1' must be imposed, a manner '
4. same. .or extermination. We'are happyto would have us, at this crisis, truckle to reports: of officers.flf ihaarmy w aD
2 :J NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT KNOWN, that I, as- to conflict as little as possible with "" .
that is last Mexican enemies submit their 'of the oo'iJl
perceive Congress at our to government, feinjoCjjis
, j; JAMES K. POLK, President of the the established system of the, country.
w 1 t United States of America, in fulfilmentof awakening f6 this. important subject, It is obvious that the best method of effecting treachery and outrages, and present departmept, as mty'afford i&

B the duty imposed upon me by,the and that resolutions have been submit- this will be tax'articles that ourselves a laughing stock to the world. Di1i\ion'-as to the i ifceminole gteeae&t.l.i1

" : 1t said act of Congress, do hereby makeProclamation ted,by Messrs. Jarnagin and Westcott, to They would exhibit us as a nation iw&4, l Indiansyet: i Qlt -
of the "result" of said 'by the present Tariff'are not taxed at i
iI; : in the Senate of the United States, relative where party spirit will insist upon national which they are'perm tiecl'to rt.asaYd
"poll, as above stated, and do call upon all. It was with this view ,that Government '
"il1t.. t;L' .. all and singular the persons whomit to. their .removal. We trust" .that. proposed 'a tax on tea.and cof humiliation, and where, in :.State, andfcoculhioo !8 a nil

."- !: doth or may concern,.to,lake notice, Congress may act promptly in the matter .fee. No one can doubt but that the time of war, more enemies areto be of such Indian ;aRdlil

{ that the act aforesaid, -".JS' m'full force and speedily effect.this, object. .It effect would be to the found in its own councils than in the any>informatioa .IB JILS 4pptnt t'

'1 }t! and effect." is the only.one which can afford us:real preserve liThe camps of the foe. relation. the practicability of raw]
financial credit of the Unior
: IVITESS WHEREOF I have hereunto '
: f .security and the one which the At of the'New En- said Indians'it sjdTothe 1 1I
only burdensome'\1t.\ an anniversary ing .. ,
: set .my hand and caused the seal of tax would not be ** .tI.
t ) 4he UnIted'States to be affixed. citizens of 'Florida can.at all tolerate.,: gland society in the city of New Or- mea s\>f effecting.s.iovaL-:
t **.*< the country nor to any portion of jt.
i; '. :-' Done at the City:of Washington, this Everyday is hast ni L!,the dangp.r-and'. ,The additional expense upon those articles leans on ,the 22nd 'of December last, I, LATEST FROM MEXICO

)0 seventh day of September, in, increasing the necessity of their re Mr. CLAY, in the course of a few remarks -
would be _An ad- The tale from ei1
; the of Lord unperceived. < .following we::, an :
; year our one ,moval. Our borderers are not ,Q.the < saidThough -
: ;r SEAL.] thousand eight hundred and valorem duty of 25 per cent, would increase : of the Savannah Geoj ion oftb en

;. .. forty six, and.of, the Independence -. most equable temperament, and .it is the price of tea only five cents a 0' ''' leading a life of retirement, ning of the 25th.inSt., i the u.q

of the United States not probable that they will quietly look I am not,altogether unobservant of the
-* : pound, and that.of coffee only one cent, steamer Eudora had ,arrived. at
I i seventy-first. upon the spoliation of their property. proceedings relating to the condition,
' upon those qualities which are used by Orleans on the 17th (rOtA Brajca Minting
; JAMES. K.: POLK. Moreover of them from their welfare and of ,
many prospects our country &
: 33y President : the poorer class Is it to-.be pretended, news of a date as late lithe'f

, D: N. P. TRIST,Secretary of State. activity during the late war, have incurred then, that the citizens of the United and when I saw. around mc to night roll! the-Matnmoras,Flag.

.. the undying hatred of the Seminoles Gen. Brooks, and other old friends, I .
States arc submissive; to the spirit of The subjoined letter, addressed I
JSTEW'S"JACKSONVILLE and will fall victims to this, and felt,half inclined to ask little
1; : THE party /action, and have so far degenerated for some the editor of the Flagyand published
to the fatal policy of Government in nook,or corner in the army, in vhich I the 8th inst.j our readers will judge fo
; from their noble ancestors that
f JANUARY 29, 1847. Indians to remain in the # in the themselves, d& to the correctness oftewriter's (
__ permitting"the might serve avenging wrongs of
this for
: --==: they would refuse paltry sum
Stai ,at nn. hour and moment when it is my country. Applause.] 7 have thoughtthat I conjectures :
the good and honor of their country.Is CAiLAEGo, Jan. 3, l&llDear

least.expected' i ..there man in the United States so might yet be able to capture or slaya Friend :-I came down fo

-_._--------_" -..- !unpatriotic or so impoverished that he Mexicans [Applause.] I shall not be Monterey yesterday with OoUCrogto

-_ -_--,-.. THE It is TAX nn established ON TIC.lAIXU*, democratic VgVllICE.principle i.would' be unwilling to give mer t.Y"one able, however, to do so this year, but thorized who is en to route raise to regiment Austin, Teia of Ttf*,"
1' .
at will still
hope success
r1r?: We are requested to, call attention ,- and one that hab been strictly ,dollar to rescue his country from the crown our Rangers .to scree during the wit-

:, to,the Fair which, ,will,:be held 'by acted upon by the Democratic party 'up' attacks of a treacherous and aggressivefoe. gallant arms and the war terminatein From the most authentic informal1\
"k: 'the Ladies Sewing,Society of thi place, to the present time, that' ; the '4 establishment -' We answer, no Even the most an honorable peace.JUDGE. have been able "to gather, from 5!lest

on Friday the 12th of February next, toI I' of. A national debt should be accompanied rabid of the opposition, were such"'a tax < TOR THE SOUTHERN, CIRCUIT cans battle, I am strongly in.the,belief two log tfcit

t; : :aid'.,in'completing'the building:of then with provisions for its speedy imposed, would hesitate ere he denounced We learn from the Floridian, that, on thi? side was of fought Victoria yesterday between lien.QaJ1'

; ISpiscojpal Church. The object charitable ,extinction.. 'It ,is not 'a. Democratic .a measure necessary to his coun- the 11th inst. the Hon. GEORGE W. MA man, with 2000 volunteers, aadtoj(

ic: : and a good one, and we trust principle to incur n debt and to thrust | try's weal. The true secret of the clamor .CRAE was reappointed Judge for the Urrea. with 12,000 regular troop *

_Uf 0, .all:---- will- .attend with, soft hearts and full the burdenxf( its payment upon, the of the "Whigs against-the measure .Southern Circuit by Gov. .MOSELEY. Croghan is' not inclined to credit' t u*
& autb0ritl
:purses. shoulders of .our- ,*grand.children.* -. It is is this. They hope' to drive the country ; It is much to be regretted that the Legislature report, but I having consider conversed the with'[j
t pretty good<< ,
.not Democratic, principle to by reason.,of the war, once more' to
1 BCPRERIB COURT. a. providefor / was unable at its recent sessiOn Mexican who brought ,the exptt'

:. .', '.- "The bench of the Supreme Court of the wants of government by mortgaging.the -: into the adoption-of the protective pol to elect any one.to hold this res- .Alier. Gen..Taylor is some six Fin

..,.tthe ,State Florida having' been' filled industry of people for succeeding icy. They wish heavy duties' .to be' ponsible office, nevertheless the ,choice the rear of Gen. Quitman Gen..Q,1hil3find with 3Q

_ .by the.appointment of Judge Macrae, ": ages., Posterity will have 1 again laid upon manufactured ticlus,' which 'has been, made by the Governor regular troops. 0So, if fcoifort, hi
': .
things too warm
the other interests of 'the nation
wants of its own.to supply without being that : ,.will be approved all, and in view of an
; -" the Cburthas beencnabled to .proceed can fall !back Gtp: TaJ r,
; upon
i't { :'; '*o'business. Westatofrom: the-Flori- borne down by the weight of our' may again i :(decline. They wish to become I the struggle at-the late session, was the their united forces can repel wj *

J" dian' the following list of ,cases 'that debts: The effect of this system has wealthy through the misfortunes ,only 'one which should, have.been made. tack which Urrea may.m &. GencwVoith

been bittecly felt by Great. Britain. of their .eol try. 'l'hcy'Vo d ,thrive 'The Floridianreraarksthat Judge MAC \ is still at ,Saltilk, baYing beeS
't:4:1t: :; it Jiaye :been argued. jBrvan 'amid the :Union- .It is reinforced by'three regiments of 'jli
.j'tft The sinking fund, which was commenced RAE.has. been highly acceptable in the
V > Crooro, ts. Joseph .Swan, Executor should] be teers, from Ohio, Kentucky, an
this in the
William Pit and ,
: : by, which. if ,present. Western Circuit where he last presided in w r t
t. Gen. Wool l is camp
I ana.
John and sub- '
of Oliverargued
: : .- untouched, would,. by .this time, have mind of .every Democrat. 'It i is thIs} and, is highly esteemed, as' an upright, mile.from Saltillo, on .herod tA SLuis

..pitted., January 11., 'off'her national debt in which should present the .opposition of : rordera. c:*t
:paid was, a \ honest man, and.of good legal abilities JPptosi, waiting
,$ epben.D.Femandez, rs. R. IC. Call',' : in its true We have' ;: .Anna !!*
luckI ss'bourniiidouseof_ by the,hands the Whigs light. the greatest ,requisites for can, if deemed jwpedrent
an acccpta-
.. .
pi41: iGavernorr. &c.. for: :use, James Turner,'" > the spectacle of'a'partjrin' force Urrea (by the '-ilia 1 'as9'largeforce.
I ot ministers greedy, of popularity, .but unhappy. . our ble Judge. : ] iuforaa m. P*

writ, --of error* dismissed-for. want of.:pro-.: unmindful of theit:..countrY'good,, and country, who, 'would have us submit > Mexicans i intention i ,
such is Santa Anna's I
=: '
ItI : ,ecutiOn,3'un., t4. is to unparalleled! 'and SUGAR HOG$ EADs.-fhe: Savannah '
the c consequence : the accumulation'ofa quietly outrages bgto draw.Generals W.oithandfcom .
,James T: Archef,. Assignee.of Wm.. the invasion of Republican in .alluding io'.n notice of woald IJnJD edi.
look tamely :our '
dcbi. ..\ ..that'never, ., can :be. liquidated.The upon ; Saltillo, when he '
F11t till Francis, Adm'rs. of Samuel H. .establishment- ,of a debt should. alf territory and,the slaughter] 'of'our citi : lorida sugarpuished J in this Journal, ately occupy that place. Fifteen J oJ d

.1acat argued ana.iubmittcuJanuary f r ,makes the Jpllowing.suggestion io dred lan 'nre', now veringGen.Woo1s :aro: .
involved ers
I W: j ways accompanied .with! .the i imposition -, 'zens. While. being, m a war1, relation \1t11lg .
,. :for punishment of these aggressions,' \ 4o -the hogsheads: : which it is encampcvea t
Ir.i i1 .- ; : ofiMox.whetherdirect; } or indirect- ., : : vorable opportunity to.strike: ,

IhJTh ; .,AbncfM.; ;Rr.fScssloff, .for .dise.If., Means should beprovidcdtor'the speedy,\. this:patty \: would! .sthrow 'every obstacle, ., .usu' llypackcd-hi, that"is worthy ,themtentionof Our troops still Continue to w fit I
i1! :harpirffv; JohnStephens, argued:and: extinction 'of :thVdebfcNothing short lathe. way, of'Government towards its; 'planters. from chills fevers. at every po*& '

I submitted,.lan ar15tb'e.; :' ';'' tbistcari: sustain' : .ho'fhiancial dif ,successful.prosecution. It would ',only\: We ,,are> rejoiced to .see,the cultivation Gcn.ScoU; ,is",here, m' amargo. _
., ,
of this
< article to 1OUr'j'ppoe
r -
.' ..increasing so turn.apin to-morrow
: JSlfriorn .tjs: ;Davfd rtmanin. ; of State .an4.thereis oh meUiod consent to'a loan.'ohc.conditiqnthnt the tbere
: : pe.itition a no : ';': \ lyJn Florida. Now, 'A that, the 'alarmsof h"-will proceed froni .
1 '" for reiearbg,;submitted. ':Januaryiitb. ;; ': ,'of; preventing ,its, \himate'exhaustionunder ( industry.of the nation i ware: 'mortgaged{ I ;war,have passed .away,:the-, planters .:Tjimnjcoj! at least such j5'tO unP ret

_ .. : burdens ..which :is'incapablei of, .to all:eternity; or, ,on',qonditipn! ..that the 'ofthat r glon 'will.beJeIt.ree > aionWe. i- -i'. I
Jo vv y **ta ago
.. ,
_ '1 If L. \interests in1thibranchef. :.agricultural If any-tbiag occurs ,wor tofnqll.
:J- :A..T BImett, (vi.' Oscar'Filyau, ar. bearing. '. manufacturing were pamper industry :
Jnnuart14: < : ed amid the'decay druin of all others.ItoulctbuvO wiliwfittotbeweIves'and( ; the'South 'will,write"Vdtt agarn. oon. ,
Lic1 sabtnitted of and a .
1I! : .! ; ..Afterr/a "long.'.. .series.
,' <- ., -Ybllip! Fraser md Wife J : :" .>Charles insults- > *..*.TJ'onhopartof.texico' ,i we"' ;have* q': q.: us. in. the'9r midst'of;. ..' -1' our.'L&career While. on.this subject, iwe, ayiuh i .. .v ., .' ," -JAcI; R. JvzP.A

I '.i Y..81l1M i P ttt J., 1n ;'t become involved,.. ';iD'a.warwith, ... .,.it.:,. A't'", ", of conquest, make a'.'disgraceful' tico a.rennr k; 'made: to.iiis.; : yesterday Texan''Psoer.-MI.."Gillesplet'

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is, has jurt returned to ; SKerifi. Said.li ;; ; I T : .lIe2'ICE. .-_
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Gillespie was ofswitefacaiIUUtOfj j TEEKS'f., .
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the 16th September last and was taken port, to fire upon,thetowftwhichassurance Diary,just published, we extract the' tbe Circuit Court of tbe Easter Circuit of by':tb' 'ia ', '. to the 11011. JIae

/to San Luis:in advance of the re.treating was received boarcLthe two following 'interesting statistics of the FI!" M; ** fcw ih.County Duval, ,I will;.expose' J adp"r eror}I rioa CUIIDII.l r't.um a' 4

Mexicans from Monterey.- vessels, both ty officers and.meui with 'Order- .!in' the1 United, Statesfor 1846 : to public saj 1., nfioat; of the Court Hapt* m the Admiaitr_ tioa On, Lent's..ifSamu.I I E.Swilky,
city Jacksonville !at U
in ,aid the first
: county oq .
upon his arrival in San Luis;.he,' with hearty satisfaction ; and preparations ,No. of Subordinate X'ddgei, 992 Monday JB;.March,,A. 'D.. ',1847, between the 'Jari. ..Jlfr.VM.Georia.d.c..J.. p. BRAKCK.! ,
.cther'prisoners" were pat.an prison, and for executing the threat' Were immediately i Dov IIUU8 IOn. .- .'I .- .a2,316 Jpl hojirsX wl on that day-All .those two. 'Ex .

remained in confinement until released commenced on board. ;,Contributing Members, 50,752 parcels! of land. ,on Uw.:North tdn] of Jalinjton.Creek SI : HS..t eRtrtslieUce.data I ;
This and energetic system of N6i of'Brothersyeliev'eI .' near Mandarin Mid county, rorm.r l : r ahaU pt.aest .
prompt, o&r.be" .
jn compliment to Gen. Fayorby or? 11,349 owned e.corid .. 'Kecutqr qrthe..
: by Thomas in
$ flagao, containing all J .Iltle,
der Santa Anna. He speaks in terms negotiation adopted \% Mr. Wise created -, dp.. Widowed:faniiire rdie-" .thirty! one acres, more or Jes.. Levied on and i 'd.ce.ea,'to.r1.! be'.Jlo ;. 1ai. or Naai couotf.

.of the highest praise of nearly all the no ,small" panic,Tiot'pnly with the red, ., ,. .. .' ,. 817 will: be told 'to satisFy an execution .laiDct1 cou tj.'(Pl. .Lal ..Judp JUbat., (qr.aMI 4

Mexican officers, save one, with whom' authorities bat alno gst.tt ecitizens of do. Brothers; Buried, .485 Chades. S. S hoeubir,lr! /a.or Archibald' H. eh.lIt, the.me th1i7$enleme for i r t.qJd _,., and -

ie had any dealings ; and one officer inparticular ; Rio. At this.juncture of ,affairs,.:.the Revenue ofibdgcjr, $708,20540. Cole; Property. *' pointed. out by. Plaintiff's i attorTHOSl .iun marl, Ei qiDr. at whicbiaU peoaj&j.iC Pua t

/ Capt. Gonzales'of the 9th three ships of"the Expedition came, JSLrfapuntjiaid for' :relief of .ney.. WITH..SherifrD..C.. S estedigi.:asiJ nca.tla.J ccu(*Jt'sitedto u. notjct, i ;

.cavalry, he thinks the prisoners can sailing into port:; and .so'great was the ,Brothers, V 154,24762, By A. W. CRICKTOIC, D.S.- 4t January. 15.- 1847.: ;i. VILA.ONGA;

never forget for the kindness and consideration .terror ,produced by their, appearance do.do.: 'do. wid1 Jacksonville,, January 29, 11147. -TAX. -- -' '

with which he treated.them.. that the.prison.doors was at.once thrown' owed.families; 15,68612.. Sheriff's Sale.By B Y COLLECTOR.AIlE.. the POW.r..ted In ., I

The officer from whom the prisoners open, and the three prisoners set at liberty do. do. education. -. virtue ore writ of fieri facias' issued .out orT shall expo ,for n",beOI'W tLe Court. I.HGUe.. I .
iliad received harsh treatment, was upon and returned.to their Vessel.. orphan's- f 3,664 25tdo. rife Circuit Conrt of the Eastern 'Circuit of Cla'door, ;n tbeety: or ofJscksonjlk county 01 Dna r.

their representations, broken of his After the authorities had, ,somewhat ..do burying the Florida for the.County of Oural. r willetpoea to' Mtad .Afondt, i April ned Th EollowiDc
pnblic'. le 'In front of the Court lioutein the rrop'ny or 10 much be..or. ..
; city will
their they"demanded dead' ,' pa, ibeStat.
under arrest. recovered from panic, Tax (
and 22,78602
,command placed Jacksonville";in said co nt.oa the first Monday or I45. and Stare ud CoUDt Tax I
The number of troops at San Luis, of Mr' Wise the meaning of Total. amount for: relief, $97,31700 in March. 'A.D. 1847 between the legal hours of .r /1S4iOoo' acre..01' land Ott and .c tM .

,Mr. Gillespie states to be 27,000 at the this extraordinary collection of American j- f" sale n n that day, A negro boy, named i ba. .Levied Trout oft Crskknown. u 1k8 Sb.jj Tnes I,' f

of his departure, with an addition- forces,, in their jiaibor.; audit ,was foljtics oft/it J2rmyad.JVavy, on and will be cold to satufy,an,Execution a- acres miDgo Punn' C..k.beIRltlhZ it.. .o( '

of 10,000 somewhere in the some time before he could sufficientlyallay 'give.below, as far as we have been ableto Read.enintt Juhn. M. J. Bowden, in favor of Calvin River at Frmandn r* pl e called 82 acreg. ftQ the Sr. .Job. .
Pmpertt defendant. 'SI.J
jfime ).. This I large force was under. their apprehensions'to gain credence lent, politics of the principal of- THOS.pointed'LEDWITH.oat by Sheriff DC. by the' weorVa ,, 8Ifthh.a rh. .rt nwae( 9'
aCj _
I-. drill, and many foreign officers for his assurances that the demonstration ficers'of the 'Uidtld't. tes Army and By AV C&ICHTOR D S. by Sr. Jime.Johns River. cslkd St Joseph aDd ro5 owi.4 a '

I were said to be engaged in the service. was,wholly unconcerted, Navy : Jack.nnwill. Jannary !9. 1847, mentioned Sin Tract lttOft; md adJoin;r."the hut abeYe II .

}O Great enthusiasm and the most perfect and indicated nothing, unfavorable to Whigs-Generals Scott, Gaines, Tay- Sbe if's. Sale. .pIe S..m". nesrNusa JJ.50" River scre, ahuvp,1o. s. ,_:'
I lor nwueraoj,
dl subordination prevailed in the Mexican the continuance of the most amicable Wool, Worth, Brooks, Jessup,Com. By whin nr a writ rvfficri facias_, usued.fromlh T"OS LDWITB.Sjjejf.fl. c. 1 I

-; jh'ncs. relations. Connor, Com. Perry; brother of Oliver, Circuit Court of the Eastern Cir nit ofFloriday.fur By A, IV.CRICHTON, D.SLcrr. L

/ Mexican Co gress.-The Message of The Brazilians could- not believe H.Perry, and_bro hE'r-in.la\v to Mr. Sli- Alachua and Levy coun -t'., in a certain Jacksonville.Colaiabia: ; Ocs.9..1U4. .
1 'deli .cause, wherein James Bradley, .a, tIre next 4i
; and
Capt. Jack. .
President Salas to the Mexican Congress that these American troops were on. a May Hays. friend of George AV..Bradley,i.vlalntiEC and Bin,2ett CoHmr Sberi. aJe,

is said to have been received ju Voyage of 15,000 miles without the Democrats Generals Patterson, M. Dell, Adminwtnitor Thomas A. Hallid g mtu* of a,office and power of law ,,tta\ t '

t this city, but the recipients of jt, (if least idea of .fighting till they t reached Twiggs, Butler, Quitmanj Smith, Kear- i.Y, deceaied. defendant, and in pursuance of (or sale ed bef.re m me the, f Co have. fctied.uponMd wiu .

I1 there are any) show a reluctance lei their destination, nor .even then ,unless net Col. Har.ney, and Commodore, laic shall wri expose of fieri for facias sale, ,to I-the.have highest levied ltifdpr.upon and ber'r. Iigntor, on the first MondayoMay rt Hbu in iU neu t.a lwtsesa ofAt- 'p. p
kL us know its tenor, or what it .recom .forced to it in self-defence. Before the .thA,Cuurt House Jour in.the town of Mewn.an 'be.u.uullJoura or asia fD that day ib. following '

1 mends. Rumor gives out, that it presents Reindeerjsailed, however, every apprehension $Te. pn :Monday,the first day of March next described Fror n1..ix2-&ctiOft2fl.Towwhip J*
The Year Range 11
Ill. to Congress a deplorable stale of of the Brazilians had ,been allayed )l- 1847.This year is remarkable within th" legal hours of sale,the following named 93 .containing 80,acre.. Sectinn. No.! 2.
*c re> Section
T for several peculiarities which lots of)laudato wit: lots number four, .ye and 23. Township ,1. Jta ,. I!
affairs-holds that the had resumed the Levied
out no -hope and things ron 1 at te
be'.considered ominous the six, of Fractional Section neven i IQ Township seven. property or R';hd %V.lkerI9
Iti country can successfully impede the even tenor of their way. ,perstitious may by su- South, Range nineteen. East containing.three ray the Stateind. County raze_ due i1reon 'u p
; Ihelea 846.
march of the Americans upon the capital hundred I fiffy! eishtacreji .nd.75-IOeian. a- ,
and recommends that no time be TILEVARXew Plan of Operations "The year begins with Friday and cre. The proceeds of said' mle! to Us nppli.'d to ALSO .
Section a5.
ar .lost in United States Extraordinary Rev.elations.-La P ,- ends with Friday. The 4th of July' the jlldg ment rendered l in said, cause. Given under S(1 acre.-Lf'yied Township 1, .flange, 1I..t' f.llaiola r
to to
proposing ujwu
t For the my hand. this 23th day of Jannaiy, 847. a. ,h.prvpty 0 Oemp.Vood. ., .
comes on Sunday. first time \ .
tria of the 31st ult. a Spanish I to .li'lthe
enter into peaceful negotiation for a paper THOS. -ELLIS,,S entT. Alachua Co. sxrs due tlwnoon fur th. .
flt settlement! of the difficulty. This .rumor published in New-Orleans, by Aleman in the-'recollection 9r the oldest jnhabitant' January, 1847 year 1846. p

t k & Gomez has the! following extraordinary there will be no full moon this "LSO.
gains a coloring of truth.frotn what .Sheriff's Sale. s..etinn 33. Township| J. Kine
in the month of Our J.1-en--
we hear stated as a fact that a despatch revelation of the new plan of operations year February. James Livingston,supposed be i '
; national virtue of a writ of Cert facias. issued from In Dempsf,Wood.
.was sent td Gen. Worth from San Luis in the war with Mexico ,political day begins on Sunday,- By the'Clerks office of the Circuit Court for the to satisfy the taxes due thereohfcir the tear 1846, '

yp ( notifying him that the Mexican_ Con- "The government appears to confide the 4th ,of March. There will- be no' Counties Alachua! and Levi, Eastern Circuit ALSO ,

)ib had agreed to receive a Minister much in Gen. Scott, who has just gone eclipse visible in the year. But as an Florida, in a certain C"UIevb.rt'in' Alexander acr.-r.iPd Sectio 3...Township-, Range ij; about 40| 1
gress .offsett for the whole January is to be J. Hunter and bit wife are plaintiSs, and Moses tlIKm-ar the property! nIL D. H.it 1 '
ant from the United States vested withpo.ers to the field of operations, and from I Turner.odministratnrrn of hi or/. D.rjor ,to satisfy the twe..4ue tljereon f.r
whose diplomatic and military tactics ; blessed with two full moons, and March right wifr larra- the.yearl84fj. 4L .
rent to treat upon honorable terms. ret Turner late administratrix of .Geor W. '

arKi Better 'late than never; but how the it hopes to gain great advantages. 'The I with a like numberJ'The 11' Wells late of.Alachua county,.deceased..i i U defendant T. Th FITZijJ1jcK, *'l d

of learn is follows J..have levied .and will for sale Sherstxhtnz- collector ex offia'a.
nIOT difficulties are to be satisfactorily adjusted plan operations we as -,, resolutions upon expose Alligator. Oct.23.lC4C.,
on thbject of I beforn the Court House door.in the town ofNewn _

: t i by negotiation we are not suffii : slavery, passed by the'; fljglature of' D.vill ,.on Monday,.th" first day of'March,next NOTICE.:

"xjiently versetl in State affairs to determine "General Taylor. instead of move- New Hampshire exciting .within legnl hours,.the fullownd.cribt'd property WEEKS after date:* will 1
< SIX : apply to the
*. It seems unreasonable' to expect lug upon San Lu Potosi, i, >vill_ repair debate in the senate of| :5fth fin, Car- to wit:, One negro woman by thename of Sophia -' .. ; the'Jad ofProbnteforDovaleoWy,

in it .that Mexico will ever concede to what to Saliillo, .where he willremain .for a aged 26 )earJl,and Maria aged 7yer.; and for Letter of Administration.de bonot *cm on fU
olina and vote was finally passed to return Eliza,ased abfcit' 4 Levied. the
years. upon as estate of James B. Mason deceased.
the United short Scott after
I&Id will feel herself period.Gen. havingmade
them to executive. of'N. Hamp property of said defepdantn. and to be sold to sat-' 6. -FERNANDEZ
:iwh bound to demand as the terms upon some arrangements' on the Rio shire. i i.rv. said writ of fieri facias. Jacksonville Jen. 8th, 1847. .

which the difficulties are to be settled. Grande, will< hasten to Tampico, where rImportant .. :_-_.-. I THOS.. !ELLIS. Sheriff Alacbua Co. 1

nt roc r Flaz he will assume' the command of the ( .. L7icundem4ei2I4T11c: leading : By Wx. GIBBOUS- D. S. AtlBlIa1stra1.zs WEEKS after date, I .Notice hahI
.Jam 29,184T.Levy SIX apply ,0J.be
7000.volunteers recently called out with whig paper in Ohio, ibl/Cincinnati Jud ,c/ProbateforvheCQontjofCo.
From tie N. O.Picayune. Idih inst.
bts FROM TAMPICO. orders to assemble at that point. From Gazette consideTS'itjc ffem:that County Sheriff's Sale. lomba for Letter of 4 .
The Prairie arri- Tampico, Gen. Scottwill march.towards the whig*"will htmr;xnradida& df* h"e :.1y; ICJrLe suM;nn the finn Monday in Jannary. tat .ed"of.William. -Johnson, late or said county "

brig from, Capt. Clark, Vera Cruz, and Gen. Taylorwill Presidency .at' the. next eJe tion." ,t'xt-., (1817. ,).between. -the.. boars- 01-10 -&.2 .ce January 15th, 1847.III Gn' f J0NS0N._ t
.ved .. .1
) yesterday Tampico, having r ,n CJOCK on hat dajr Uie x uinVet: (Quarter oi the -
a .railed i thence on the 5th inst.-two or make a simultaneous movement Wisconsin Legislation. .Convenyention South West Quarter Section 47, Township" ,16, Circuit .
extr thfee days only later than our former towards Vera Cruz with all the troops -' :Ralfe,19. and ihelfortb. \Ve.I'Qllaner, of she EASTERN CIRCUIT:.Of* FLORIDA i
he can muster after leaving sufficient,' has been'sitting Wisconsin, .North West &unrter! .of Section. t8.'T. "! !!lyp J6 COuNTY OF DD ALt NotlXBR ((
eTc .4dviccs4 We received letters TtRK
na or inwhich 1346'v
papers some queer scenes'have oc Range 19,South and aacontnining8O acre!..or TV&SDAr.lMemb..r .
r. S by; this arrival, but from a letter force to garrison Saltillo, )Monterey, curred. -On.on occasion a l\I .'Strong I as,much as will, saiufy. the axu due,on the,Mme rcxsMT. The Hon. XHOMAS J.I84ff. ".
Ne .I "?received by a commercial house, to Victoria, &c. and jn the union with threv a heavy cane at another gentleman : for the,present, .ar. (1846) .witball co.U and expenses Judge, &.. *' DOUGLAS. 'I
Gen. \.orth's division wiU join Gen. accruing, for IId' risipC.lfle samn. The
which deeply indebted )learn David Tanr.fr, 1
uenre: we Mr. .
-n Scott who will hive at his.commandthe JMagone ; and subsequentlythe f above named lands are situated I in Levy (county on t.. > 'IJtCai.Rcm. f
:\fewjtems of interest. President of the Convention, Mr. i the \V lhlacoorh ; a short distance above th- well Elizabeth Tanner. BillTer Divorce.TT .
jStb of rocketeers and \
Jrte most interesting news in the let' new Military arm : Uphamslapped face of a letter writer : known ,place called Fort, Clinch. and..owoed and appenrinc to' the satislaciio of ho L
1.* aches the election of howitzers. claimed by.Jfames Lyt.ch. and bounded by u. S. :( Court. 3
President for the1 Milwaukie Sentinel'; who is A that the Ikren .ElitatJf'1b r Dftt'r.rr ld.f t.
*,At..the proper monccnt, fifteen or land, unless there have heen'landi recently purchased of the Stato
..eel to .and Vice President ttf Mexico. The a1ittleellovi. out pf Florida and beynml thVjurU-
J .
lecon letter states that Santa Anna was electge sixteen vessels of ,the,American squa the CourtHouse adjoining.. of The Levy above County.lands[E.will, Daniels.be sold]at diction of this Court;:.O.fMQriot'of ft)...

dron, ,with force of from 230'to 300; A Esquire. Solicitor for pie Complainant. in the'above ,
for ed-President by a vote of 11 to 9-the negro insurrection was planned o Y. P ANDREWS, entitled cau
of the vote bging according the constitution guns of all sizes and caibrViII appear near Memphis neighborhood, and dis Tax Cpl lector for Levy couotj..Qctoher23. OHDl ctf, That,'a'faring b. had n the fart,

1824 SatuJuan deUlloa. and begin\ .J 846.u charred in .the .-.id 'Bill of
of by States. This letter states covered. Considerable excitement had above Complaint of lai**
The .z4e[ tit postponed to the Jst
that the attack upon The castle. According taken the Cornplaitiant the next Term,of this coon Ami
s.l-7. Gen. Salas was elected Vice President place and guard considerably Monday in February next,,
if tbe said. Defendant ,faib..
'from instead of Gomez Farias, as our ,to the new pljn of operations, the increased.. -On the night of the January 15,1847._: -_ ,i may then pals in the ,same manner j.pwr.as though a decree sai4
JgbaD ..accounts from Anton Lizardo assured land forces will rendezvous mouthof proposed insurrection, a house 'was'seton "Alachua Couiity Sberifl's Sale. i Defendantshould appear and be present in C.art. I' ,
the river Antigua witlLeq1piiea1nto virtue of the vested in me by !law, I AJ D IT w FCRTRKRORDKucoVThnt:
u av ut. The writer.of the.letter is an intelligent ,. fire. Several pegroes had been arrested BY power acertint]!
the Gulf a short distance to the' North' hull expose for'sale in front of the Court copj of this Order be published |p tome '
Texan gentleman and has to and confessed the fact of.the newspaper
access .
i Hmit dftorjn the Town of Newnansville, on the printed within the -Eastern Circuit of she $
of Vera Cruz and ascend the same to t
,rat.- good Mexican sources of information. insurrection.The second Monday of.JuIy next, between the hours State of Florida for the space of three months before .
ationt( His accounts from the capital may not bere the main road to .Jalapa crossesit. of ten gnd two o'clock.o much of the. adiided the first day of the next Term of this'Court.I. .

Me1- ,'hare: been so laie as thosfc received ,by : Ifohis plan be speedily put into execution t hogcrop of the United States, interest of the-folio wing namedpenons in and to OaCAR.HART, Clerk satd.Coort, d- hereby

u1&t a the squadron .when the left there can be no doubt but that : this year,::4s three times the worth aithe a certain tract er parcel 1 of :land known as the. .certify. the above to.be a.true .cpny.of .thfiOrde/
Mississippi will : cottOn crop.' ,. The '"standing'army" of Alachua Arredondo Grant ,will,satisfy and pay entered 'of record in said!entitled cause at sal
Vera and the Castle as speedily
eagDe5 for Havana On the other hand the,, Cruz 'due' 'said said-Court.
the State and County tax on interests (or Term of ._ .
. (Quit- ,election of Gen. Salas would leave the :. .fall into' the, pQwe pf ,the American swine consumes.annually two hundred the ye/ir 1846, and all legal txwu and charges',of IN WITNESS,WHKTIEOF. heretw
d (;en. MexicanGovernmeitjust where .it now forces ; but if any.faith be'put in Santa' :I'millions bushels] of corn.. and a'botit. the' advertuement and,.sale -therein,, _. set my' hand 'and affix the .teal of mid
5. Col. is, as"all Santa Anna's duties President '.Anna's declarations,' it is plain he,will, -- : to wit: (L.'S.l. } Cart, at theCoutt-House fa tbe City /
as .'
; 'rite'interett of Jerbmey or'N. Wells .Jacksonville, this ninth '
twenty ,day of
the be able ifl'the advance of Gen., .
to cut .
-dit devolve the Vice December .
President Thorn.
William A. D..164G.
upon nf" L.rtrfo ,Seiing Society of J tick.niwiflewiU The interest :
tboritI Awhile the former is at the head of qn army Taylor from.jSallillo. hold The interest of the heirs of Wnu Taylor ; 'OSCARHA7CIIk.| .
ith the > actually in the.field.. Alr. Gomez the Editor of La Pa- I | a FAIR on Fri.lnj the 12th of The inteRest of John R. Townsend.; Januar/15th, 1847.. ;t" ;

t tria and the author of the above is : FeLnmrj-J847at the School Room of S. ,W. THe interest of John M.Searaan.Theinterest .< ----S .
>re conducta of ,
specie.was shortly ex- of John-N. S. r. :A.j' List flutters
D'ogg uE4 .
x day., jpectedat Tampico from.the interior. the same person, who was appointedby .,,. The interest of lingers and Price. r' in tbe Pint Office at Jackson
b 3000 jit was supposed to be money .English .Gen.Scott, while':tarrying:jn j New The..al '-of,,uriicl"and.rerelJmf"DI'- --. ) will commence The interest of Cyrus Perkins* ; REMAINING! :, which,if not taken'out fa threemonths .

shou1" ;jacco2nt.31t Orleansto be one of the$taffand %whose between the hours of 3 and,6 o'ciock. |p.. The interest of Ichabod PralL' ;- will be lent t6 the Dead Letter. Offer. ,' a/

h' *. ,- : commission was afterwards revoked by I nt..,arid will bff'ft-prr3d nt '7'o'clocl,- Sand continue -. The interest Aaron Peck. -' Washlngton.D.C.* .-
I I The interest' 'of MorHecai: NbaH.. : ;, Acker,James LancaaterColJ
Jrt and .AnTAL QF THg CALIFORNIA the General! on the ground that he,'was open u niill2', p. m.Jnck.onviIIeJarp29,1847.. I i The Interest of Israel Frost: *. ... .>. Alderole, Miss line L .'term 9'Braadnax. B. ,f .

any at. ,1.X1ED1TIoN AT RIO DE JANEIRO. not'a friend .fp' the American 'c use.- f ., I The Interest of Noah Janris Mr '- Ixmg.'T .JJ -

Jenera1 Diff.ci t l Between. Wist and the Brazilian Did Gomez obtain ,the .above juforma.'. i-> '- :11). jaen..toMos'de at -lr"- .' Bethel' Cant Oeo 'Mum;:DanjJ 0
", r PASSENGERS, The interest of the heirs of Alexander Muir. Brown, Ceo L. Merreil.SamJHBarber.
g ,been Governmen.voItln tion while he was Gerii ScoU'Js aid T .. .
fromSaTannnhi '
Per 'tnmerr.l\t.UbeJY. of F.dericK.ltlarqU.nd '
Jan. The Interest / MosesMcKey, Mra
' : The brig Reindeer arrived at :New ," 'SStKMr While, StEpheqry a*,',11.arlmn, Jigt.LftU3j The interest of Gilbert Lewis. Bail,,'William S Morel', Mlts Msiy / -

1d lad lork on Saturday last, from Rio de Important,Naval ,Prepaationi-Wc The j interest of Btoodgood and ThomtsTilfiiton/! Cro..hhp\Vm'lJ' .McHarzer, ftju$ fiarta
A .K Moore Dr
Jeneiro !. Jowniend, > interest of Thomas Nipier. Currier, ft B 'O'Nelll, .
enabled from authority The '
fifteen which place she left on the are to state sure; : fc Henry :
'Perry.: ?Norwood, D Oatlaw. and Jat B Cole. 'mrch of the undivided interest of T -
26 : And also so J C mmin: Cooper Parraenteriimry'-F
San .or orders issued from
t6 NQvember. .She were the.. ,
brings as .
pas- _, '
r : the same said Grant of the following named persons Dumncck ,:2 Pritchard,Robt J H" t
SlJl smge t. capt. Turner qC.the California Navy ,Department, on the 4th inst, for DURINE' INTELLIGENCE.PORT as will pay the State tax for the year'1845, DiV-Fance.J' 2 Fhinney pt Efisbf' '

, rein- VoluBteersr.wbp} had Arrived at Rio the purchase off our br .:Or8ChOOSICrI and.the State and County tax for the year 1846 DORM, E.kirl P ndanb,MIta A -" ,

\\"ith andtbefcvife; Captain Steele;ofCompny tcr k.Reconverted into bomb-vessels,to cam}: ," 'JACK80KVILLE.. JANUARY, -. . 29. and all 1.aJ costs'and charge in wit and: .about the- DlYil..EliuLet 'rinner, WUllamRichardson f .

me pat A, ,who retains account of ill each.a gunten feet in length ,and ten'. RRIVED." i .d.rd.-.ncr.aletbereof.,The interestof A. D; ;to -. n Dregors!io tC Samuel NabamKl ,' 'Sadlarj.Jobn,J-rJ. ,.;

r dtiak" health. PCapU Turner is bearer'of Des-' incfccalibrG* Thpynretq ,be( f m""250.to'300 Jan 2rSchr.Straqfw'Tobev,Hew,Yorjc. bi.mtofJ..DelaD." FreemanCbts 1 .Stni.on,.' Hiram ';""

d.. WOl pa bes.rrom our Minister,at Rio ,(Mr., .'tons burthen.: The. 'purchase is 24. -SchrS'.0 Aahmead.;Stiles; Key We p T4e interest ef 'dmanr Freeman; SS Sinter, Willtam T"j .

is.edl Wlle.tQ the Government, an.d ba jroI1 to be 'made :withptit delay, and; the necessary .Jaa :: Schr Sit CLEARED\V il h't i,"Whi ,''BaltimorerJrt TW The interest interest of of T.R.Dororoo Davenport.; ".;,"- .',., Hiri.oa'Ioi"Harrison,, Emma Si-st ml oaeD:Eiq.fjm',*"* '

: eeded.post-haste .toWis iington. alterations and. 'arrangementsto .: ,1i- ;.Maria,"Freetnaa,'Havana.6rrSchr .' -. 'The interest of the-heirs of Thomas Jexter.Tbe mrcinbotb 'mD wld H Sbark, MILc1t. f ,'' .

, afO d A few day_previous the arrival* Je effected< with the, utmost despatch.. ', Stfan jec,,Tobey;Kb:ton, -.. tflierest of J.Suydam -. :* Huu.tonJobft '_ Segvi Er abet& ,. ; I.

jgj& ,of the Oalifornfe ExpeaitiQn at Rio, The destiaatioojof the-vessels is evK -> '. Tbe.interest of Benjamin L..\V.aite"1: Hogan,Sir*. Tboaws ''*, ".jEii.h-

4- two AmericanseamepoC the U. S. dept enough ,4shjpofOjt !US, is to Public Sale. f.T***-'Le Tampa. .The Jrttercit.f Barnaba 0burn.( Hart, Ossiaa. B"Th. OOiLNJ.JIIf ,
] Board of C .
; !. : BJIIA.-Order of tfcf The > fShivenI'arkIr,, flobcorkHigir TqflerJaWi- ''l
intMf t .
Bfe. ,
3 loop Saratoga,. ot iato some difficult"f be'proc red 1Ig away1o'. arf.stp. s HilUborougti County, VponTon ofthetotsin Als ,,a anfficknt portioA,f a, eriaIn,tract.or Howard.JaaeiHiggiabuihVm. ( ,'. .T ,p&t. f

poet of a national i character with,the citU arid maniTiros.for the use of jthes bomb, I Tampa will teofiered'at Public Sale parcel f Uftd known a, the' SirungQrni.' now .JDr 11! "psonNoahHuopbeys'DcohO'WPsdliul. ft' _
seat t ontho, Jiriff l'of th."Spriaj'Terip of tbe Circuit Mar e',;iwi1 .Jrn'Hagsns.Geo
sc'i daring the ceremonies pf the vessels:, _'Tw camtl3pgoraud; ; : ovneil o "d.irnetbVilli pay ,
: Conrt for Hlit 1 (.bor ffjh !Jant!. being 1 the_second,. .he '
3It..cJS1 .ehrlate u -of.the infant Brazilian Aurora havebeeri, .purchased,'pnd,will : the$ttenJ County taxdoe thefewufof year .Wakon.Geqrge : ,*
prlatCeliand.were.imprisoaect. i
V 'MooasjrlnAprjiiMkt./. i 1846, and all.legal costs and char In. and about. Johnson\Vni* WHon.Wm.C itaoni ,
tbee: Lieut-Davisf Bail for tj ; lj: ndesrnrjepamesof 1' AtlNt.oJ tStMOY' FURMAN ,
ep. .the ldy.ertlattD sILtlIqtP r, JohnsoaJ'<>bn 'Wi! ba.OD"U.: '
!jprei *?&ei.Saratoga,.interposed'with'the,ub'uorities -, the. Scourge KBO :ScorpiQDjjaslspmealthenfa, J. i IV Uew:4WB0ari!(County f CdmraUsioaert..* Said Grant s. situated .about eight milt* from I Knitbtwm: ," J Weeks, A ihiw.t. .. .
} to procure'** 'libeqti1 f""tlJe'r *.t rijf1OJ. hi, 'Jp y eots of ,'I,fTmi.T ttjn. rjiMu29'j1847'"f : *'i.i:. .*X"Jt' '..f''J 4- .&wjinulera'JifWesQC North aad it bounded I '! 10HN Mi'o NS 1.br ._.!. .
*ieji ,, .. thmi. , no.theNorth by the lUvtr SnuE>, and QQ ihe' ,: .Jabki DYi.. .aQa17.rJ fT..f ''
; but I .breWaD0. -- !
j ., far.f1'Olft bCii1g.bUCet4 great mome&ts- are ..: ; ;1 '_" fumbjur -. .five mhoisand __ -_-_-_' ._.'. te i-
,ac too was Imprisoned .Pi"---1.,.l, :, 'i 't a1' ; .tbl.t.. bJ from_"COL ihe uroi.raa e,to thersx '; 4-- NWIE. 'I '- .
, '.' ,. -' i.: '. "rd (" rW acre, 5 anpeat '
: Mr.: '\Vise, American Minister''at ;?iv>, .-. p 4 :' ,8- v:)' ; ,Miesiot.; Siy'jjaerosVoCyYiirwm & rwU ." -S. IX WEEKS irterar.i iUH :

,; #I 1thea interposed, aod deinandM tHatHhe L Wc.understand: .(/ ay3xq1iagpaper J r1'e"' -rp! 1)ai'PI' ..t'Cfflnii1-1_, ,q.... "' he soU on the 'ecohyVMoijday,.pft April M>4. IIoaJaMee 18zee yaBkee .. Jnu.e. 1$orarninrtioq. .pn tnO.. 10 fcntctacovttljaeaor:( !iiijhc Jpw;ofNewnansviHe for .Colombi*Cod ,_Leu..e.A. 3 tr.
should ie
be that .a8'l '' "" : '
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set.at' : : :
JAI v tyiaecdmwith 1 .t.sunUca. .. .'041. .. .between he hoars often[ and. o.Ellis lat*- -4I.. ,:
$* 1 ) Jying CfRA.d. ihcassurjiitce pnttiri: ,:a''saw.zUVcw1s; omen. by. : '.rt" ..Yf---..J4II' :-Jt .W.- NJfI.counIJtn"rQt'of. ."cIo k .rOOM S C/ELLIS, '. county, dectastiL JdSKPH A.atL'tIl} .

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li,, f : 'U.Exticctfro s.: lAft/ O&TaAO.TC Fort Hamilton' ,-Talofa,Madison- C. Columbus.: 'veyance.-to'wit: Here'state: how it is to'be oyeed.J veytnce thai Is Inadequate for the route in respect Hailed States MaH ':,w

,;[ Mineral Spring, and' Little River, to' Alligator, for the annual sum of $, ." to the ceitainty, security, and celerity of the mails, Florida an4 Savanaab packet, via Picofsu,Black

i j : < tkeact .., Congrytof Zd March, 122 miles and back, ojce-a week. Dated.: aside from any, accommodation for travel, it will Creek Mandarin,Jacksonville,Su J0tt '. BLII'

: I: 1S45, tectien 18."AxdbtUfnrlJurenacted ,Leave Tallahassee every Sunday 8am, arrive Form of a guarantee accompany each,bid: not be entitled to the route, St. Marys. ,Brunswick, and Darien CanJI.c
,L..1a ? 20.When 'the bid does not 'name a mode ofconveyanceIt the U.s. Mall 1 to lU above
at 1
Alligator next day m. places,
by of the
"J That .k shall be p The undersigned [here, insert the :name be
; will be taken aedunderstood to The
I E Ju ',1 the duty ,of the Postmaster General, in all future Leave Alligator every Wednesday..at 1 p n, ar-,I guarantor or guarantors') guaranties that, [here insert for the.lowest, mode of conveyance, to wit :' on &t' MATTHEWS regular packe r 'tellDtr IT:
lettiofS of contracts for the transportation or the 'rive} at Tallahassee; next day by 6.p m. "\ name bidder or, names of biddeas, as the horseback. When it according McNh1. e..: ,
p : for twice also for"three times a be i if his their bid for carrying the proposes to carry term baa ,ben thotouahlj .
) .
: snail to let the same,in every cast, to the lowest Proposals case may i (or : to the advertisement,'and no,mode of conveyanceit hauled, her deck and cabin _.
i41. week service will be considered. mail from be accepted .by rehulttornely aacI La.
S .
;' bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for faithful to slated will ..
; : for the in the advertisement it furnished
route and
J without other reference to the mode Proposals to rUn by White Springs instead of the Postmaster General, shall enter into an obligation painted, and her lnaehlae.
J'tr performance: be considered offering horseback con- much ,
at only improved. At for
r: t of transportation than may be necessary to Little River wil be considered. prior,to the first day,of July next, with good ..t fort, the accommodation and eJ:.
; veyance. cannot be".urpI.tf'd
}.: c-1. : provide for the due celerity! ,certainty and,security 35181, From Tallahassee, by Miccotukie and sufficient" sureties to perform the service pro- 21. Since the passage of the act of March 3d, route. This boat will arrive by 1&in1 1>0.. outh

i' of,,such transportation; nor shall any new.contractor ,Monticello,38 miles and back; twice a wwk. posed. '1845, a new description of bid bat been received. Thursday morning, before ,the Sa"raaah"'IJ

trf: < hereafter be, required to purchase out, or Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday and Friday P. Dated. It specifies no mode of conveyance, but engages to daily line of steamer for Charleston departure at the

f : .1 take at a valuation, the stock or vehicles of. anyprevious at 6 a in, arrive Monticello same days by 6 p m. INSTRUCTIONS. carry the mail with certainty,celeriend security; eyery evening. which lea.
allowed for and,
:: 1. Seven minutes are opening
for the and
contractor tame route. Leave Monticello Monday Thursday
every using the terms of the law. These bid .called Also
! *t. I;., : 07 Bidden will be careful to read the forms at 6 a*m, arrive at Tallahassee same days by C closing the mails at all offices where no particulartime (rum the manner in which theyare designated on brig or passengera barque 'line wishing which Inve.to take pillage 10 the

but railroad 'and steamboat Sa"DDah
is on
.Hi and instructions appended to this advertisement. p m. I specified; the books of the department, "s/ar&i !"; ;;4, They are requested to state in, their proposals 3519. From Tallahassee, Mannington, and routes there is to be no more delay than is necessary been decided, after mature consideration, that a arrival of the St. Matthews ( York, aler,the
,I., : : ,. the mode by which they intend to convey the mail. Duncan.yille'Geo., to Thomasville, 34 miles and 'to deliver and receive the bags. bid mode of of Passengers with rum Florida.
proposing'a specific at their
; .'.'f Where the site and weight of>he mails, or the back, once a week. 2. The lad! is tube Conveyed in preference to high a grade at two-horse coach conveyance transportation is board of either, line, if baggage, will be pat OG

; :"f, speed called for in the schedules, shall require it, Leave ,Tallahassee every Thursday at 6 am, passengers! and to their entire'xclu.ion, if itt to be preferred to the star bid. The experience The above beat will required.leave as follows

.f'f's ':-.: die contracts w ill be made for coach, stenmhoat,- arrive at Thomasrille'same day by 7 p m. weight and bulk require it. of the department enables it to lay down the following Leave Pilatka every Tuesday A. M. :
.. !: railroad conveyance as the case may be; and, Leave Thomasvillo every Wednesday at 6 a marriveat.Tallahaseesame 3. Post Office'blanks, mail bags and the special rules, viz: Pkolzita, a' It at 8 p'clock

(: ) consequently,such routet will be let to bIds proposing day by7 pm. !ejects ot the department, on the exhibition of When the mellon the route it not to large at Black C""k.t P. M. 11 ?
Jt such mode of nce. In.all other case.Ill' their credentials, are to.be. conveyed without 3
conn1 and
'' 3520. From Tallahassee, by Salubrity to require,two-horse coach conveyance, a star bid, i Jacksonville I' nfght. ..
: r: ,the routes will be assigned to bids proposing the Quincy, to Bainbridge, Ga., 48 miles and back further charge, on mall lines admitting of such if the lowest, will be preferred to the specific'bid. For freight,or passage, apply to Capt.12

f: :1 cheapest mode of transportation. three times a week. conveyance. 22., When the mails are, of such size and weight on board,or. to McNeliy..
Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday Thursday, 4. wail agents are to be conveyed without at to render It necessary or expedient,in reference WOOD & CtAGHO
t :J 1. PROPOSALS and Sunday, at 9 am, arrive at Bainbridge same charge on the principal railroad. and steamboat to them atone to provide two-horse coach N. \
,. CARRYING, THE MAILS OF THE the and the numberof convey Ae nts, Sivanna1'FERNANDEZ
.t :! -TVm 9' lines where the size of mails
days by the bid
: p ance, specific though highest, will be
.. & BISBE'AgentsJac1ucon1
I :: JC UNITED STATES fromtbe 1st of July, the officers will require their, employment by
Leave Bainbridge Sunday Wednesday, preferred to the star bid, to the extent of a mod-
j I f j 1347 to the 30th June, 1851,incisive,in Florida, every : the department; and in that case, a separate a- Derate'difference '*-
'1j; and Friday, at t a m, arrive at Tallahassee same in thecompensation, in ease the A. COY. (
l.t will be received at the contract office of the Post partment for the assorting and safe keeping fttthe '
.... diSerence is nt such at to interfere with the
days by 3pm. policy
b'.f Office Department in the city of Washington, tin* mail is to be provided by the contractor, under the the Agent< Dlaclc Cree1. .
Proposals for semi-weekly service will be con' of new law, which looks to a reduction in the arT&e:: steamer SARAH
; q 4ct til 9. a. m., of the 10th March 1847, (to be def direction of the department. -SPALDING, "'JI,

1i :-t: cidsd by the lit day of April) on the routes and in sidered.3521. From Monticello, by' Groovervillo, Ga., :5. In allcaies there ts to be a forfeiture of the c be itortra"portation.allowed where the star,Exceptions bid it made, however by the, may present in Lake connection Monroe one with hundred this boat and tu Enterprise. ..
fb'rt'i herein viz: laen. &,.
4. f the manner and time specified, to Thomrsville,31, and back., once a week. pay of the trip, when the trip is not..run;'a forfeiture owner of the stock on the route, and it is bove PulAtka up the St. John's river. ,
.f I .:4v: :: FLORIDA. of at least one fourth part of it when the manifest that the reasons pieferring the \
I ': 11 3501. From St. Augustine, by Jacksonville and Leave Monticello every Wednesday at 6 a m, specificbid Sept.12W. 1845.
:; i running or arrival is so far behind time as to lose do not exist in his case.
P '- Kirkland, te Su Mary's, Ga.,90 milet and back, arrive at Thomasville same,day by,5 p m. the connexion with mail and forfeiture Florida -
t Leave Tbomasville Thursday 6 am, a depending a 23. On routes of the highest class, where four- and Savannah Steam
: r once a week. every ,of a due proportion of it when aggrade of horse coach or is Packet.
t 'Wednesday at2 a m, arrive at Monticello same day,by 5 P m. i steamboatiransporiation required
:t f: J.ea..St. Augustine every is rendered inferior that in the
to contract. TilE
service by the size and Importance of the mails the re/pita-Steam' Packet
From Chattahoochie 21 miles WM
3522. Quincy
12 ,
k .: arrive St. Mary's next day by ro.Leave
!. at St. Mary'seteryThurlday at 1 p ra, arrive and back, twice a week. These forfeitures may be increased into penaltiesof preference for the specific bidill be, if necessary, &i GASTON, Capt. K. Peck, will ?.
: 3 ;: Leave Quincy Tuesday and Thursday at higher amount, according to the nature or frequency carried to a greater extent of difference than on ,I riwc at PIcoiata every Friday m.Kn
j r.: at St. Augustine next day by 11 p m. 4pm, arrive at Chattahoochie every same days by 9 of the failure and the importance of the the inferior coach routes, subject'however, to the leg at 9 A. M. on reds week, and will leave st 4

i '; ..,: 3 02. From Su Augustine,by New Smyrna,gt.I mail. exceptions above stated. P. M. for Savannah via Mandarin, Jnrk.on,ille V
Lucie aDd Miami river, to Key \Vett, 600 miles pm. 6. Fines will be imposed unless the delinquency St. and all .
.4S 4. Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and 24. A modification of a bid, in any allis essential Marys, other immediate landings, ..*
I :: W and back, twice a month. Friday at 1 am, arrive at Quincy same days by 6 be satisfactorily explained in due time, for terms, II tantamount a new bid and cannot arrive in Savannah rarly! on Sunday moriuop.
iJ Leave St. Augustine on the 1st and 15th of failing to take from, or deliver at, a post office, the be received, so at to interfere with regular competition Passengers for Charleston can leave at 8 o'clock

;: tf'ir-' each month, arrive at Key West in seven days. am.Proposal for tri-weekly service will 1 be consid mail, or any part of it) for suffering it to be Wet, lifter the last hour set (or receiving bids. in the evening i in the daily line Steamers..
; Leave Key West on the .Sth.and 23d of each injured, lost, or destroyed;.for conveying it in a Th Gaston in
, .-.t (j ._.L __ ?__ .A .O.;.!.. A.._......:......A.. ...n. .*..AAn....... .rf..a vC.I'k .. ered. that it C. JOHNSON, run connection with Messrs.
J metnLlI, vn'l'c." 0..6. .J. 3523 Chattahoochie, by Ochesee Blounts- place or manner exposes to' depredation. 1'iMlmatlrr, General.. Washhnrn & Wilder. Brir Line of _I'_.rt.i._ ,. ..-.
-- -' ''-'-' no
Proposals for service once a month will be conuiered. loss, or injury; for refusing.after demand Pod New York of which
I town, lola, and Fort Gadsden. to Apalachicola, conveya Office Department, Nov. 23,, 1846. one leave* every Mondny
I r 150 miles and back, twice a week from 1st October mail by any coach" railroad car, or steamboat jec 18 12wFLORIDA n\orninf. .
I r From St. Augustine to Picolata, 18 miles which the the .
contractor regularly runs on route Th Glisten doe
not return Black
to 1st of June in each year, and once a week to Creek oo-
, and back once a week. the residue. beyond the specified number of trips in the con- HOUSE her way to Snvnnnah.

i ;: Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a ro, From lit October to 1st June. tract, and for not arriving at the time set; and ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. NAMES OP PA CK !78.

1 'tf arrive at Picalata same day by 12 m. Leave Chattahoochie Wednesday and Friday for setting up or running an express to transmit Tint commodious etiohluhment having The ve.. Leave Picolata Monday at 10 ro, arrive every commercial in advance of the I m undergone
.; i every p intelligence mail apenalty thorough repairs is now ready If rlespmrhed regularly Monday
12 arrive
at m, at Apalachicola next days by6pm. II rvery as r..UQ1I1-
at Su Augustine next day.by 3 a m. will be exacted equal to a quarter'spay. lleftL for the reception of winter visitors. TI.e Brig CLINTON.T. Lynn, master."Jan* '

.p Proposals for twice, also for three times a week Leave Apalachicola every Tuesday and Thursday House has a Southern exposure, with 'lung! piazza, Brig AUGUSTA, A. M. Sherwood, maat'".
tervice will bo considered. 7. The Postmaster General may annul the that furnish a pleasant promenade. The spacious June 23. -*V
5 arrive Chattahoochie
at a m, at next days
; : t 3504. From Gareyfs Ferry, by Fort Harlee. byll contract (or repeated failures: for violating the Bed Rooms, all provided with fire place are New lark VERNON.W. EJIery.inelwVj.n,30
i Newnansville, and EIHsville., to Alligator, 80 m.From 1st June to lit October. post office laws; for disobeying the instructions of furnished in the mOAt comfortable manner and Brit SAVANNAH A. Hawl.y, "" ,f. 6'11117.
z .!': miles and back,once a week. Leave Chattahoochie Wednesday at 12 the department; for refusing to discharge a carrier eveiy thing has been done to render it n dsiiabl Brie EXACT. J. Jolinsmi. mllll

Leave Gar y'. Ferry every Tuesday at 4 p m, m, amve at Apalachicola every next Friday by 11 a m. :. when required by the .:department; for assigning residence for invalid Warm baths can be had Brig EXCEL: C. B. Smith m.I..

arrive at Alligator next da> by 12 m. Leave Apalachicola! every Monday at 9 a m,arrive the contract without the consent of the Postmaster in the house at'all times. Th..w \es,el, are commanded by
Leave Monday at 2 ro, arriveat : General, or for setting running The table is always supplied with who
Alligator every p at Cb uaboochi next Wednesday by 11 a m. up express every delicacy xp-rienre, will uw rery Sii-Si-r.
,; at Gaff'''. Ferry next day by 10 a m. Proposals for an additional weekly trip from Isi as aforesaid. that the market, the forest, and the sea cnn (urn- Patoepgers as comfortftMf aspns.'LI.f

e Proposals for twice, also for three times a week October to lit June will be considered. 8. The Postmaster General may alter the con ish. Wines and Liquors of the finest quality III They will mil punetnally n. .. '_, t" ,

,4b servIce will be considered. 3521. From St. Joseph's, to Apalachicola 25 tract, and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro- be found in the House. cast* be towed to sea I v a j

;k It 3505. Frem Jacksonville to Alligator, 70 miles miles and back, twice week from 1st October to rata increase compensation, within the restrictions A comfortable Post Coach, meet the Steamboats

,;4 end back, once a .'8t'k. lit Juno, and once a week the lesidue of the imposed by law, for the additional service at Picolata, the fare of which irf reduced to S'f''m''t

;:: Leave Jacksonville every Tuesday at 6 p. ra, year. required,or (or the increase of speed, if the employment 125. to convey visitor in the Florida house. PMb. can be secured a tplication :. ,

!, arrive at Alligator next day by 12 m. From lit October to lit. June. of additional stock or carriers is rendered JOHN DICK, Proprietor. m B. E. CA nIt &. C l\

;.P 4 Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p in, arrive : Leave St.Joseph's every Monday and Saturdayat necessary;. but the contractor may; in such case, Dee 18 8t July 15. ]S45. :)

j ;4 Jacksonville next day by S am.Proposals 7 a m, arrive at Apalachicola same days by 5 relinquish the contract, on timely notice, if be NOTICE.
for twice, also (or three times a week prefers it to the chaage. The Postmaster Gener Imvin S. \V. '
persous claims against the' Estit. DOGGETT'r
.er'nce on this route will consideied. m.Leave and al may anna! the contract or curtail the service, William
l Apalachicola every Sunday Friday at Boyd, late of Bentun
.. 3506. From Pilatka, bv Orange Springs, Fort and PlY when h* wishes to dispense with the cuunty,
; deceased
7 arrive St. 5 will
a m, at Joseph's same days by p m. present them to ll*, subscribers
King, LongSwan3p. Okahumka, Fort Dade, and service in whole or in part, or place higher or
within the time
'* .. From 1st June to 1st October. presented by law, or tlwy will IthSBMINA1 :
t Fort Foster, to Tampa, 155 miles and back, once Leave St. different grad.. of service on the route ho allow be barred and those
s Joseph's every Saturday at 9 a ns, arrive indebted,to the said Estate,
a week. ing one month's extra pay on the amount dispensed will make J
at Apalachicola tame day by 7 pm. payment
Leave Pilatka Tuesday 10 a m, arrive with. toALBERT
;; .3I every Leave Apalachicola every Friday at 12 m, arrive CLARK and
F at Tampa next Friday by 5 p m. 9. The payments will be nade through drafts on
at St. Joseph's same day by 10 pm. ADALlNi: CLARK,
'1 l Leave_Tampa every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive 3525. From Bainbridge,Ga.by Chattaheochle, post offices or otherwise, after the expiration of Administrator and Administratrix.
: at Pilatka next Friday by 5 in.'I each in February,.May, August and ( .
4, p Ringgold/Mariana, ScurleckVi Spring Webbville, quarter say Augusta. Bentonco.. F:. F., Dec. IS, 1846. 6m
, : Proposals for twice a week service will be COBeidered. November. course of instruction Is
r- Campbelton, Almirante, Milton, Florida- THE is
: town, to Pensacola) 231 miles and back three 10., The distances are given according to the NOTICE. i' fiMindt-il nrum ifw rI.t...IILII.dnctio -
: : f ? 3507. From Pilatka, by Enterprise to Mellon- times. a weec.Leave best information. ; but increased pay will be allowed l., SIX.VEF.KS after date. I shall apply to the ,, aixlanolofy. S"lp"I--sb i!.eps.peu t ;
' ville 125 miles and back, once week. should they to be than is advertised I : rrel .. iiii
;. T' : a Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, prove greater F.Cmblree, Judge; of Probates t. enter ('1111. ,. "' .1. ".'rt', pah.iui'rvqel.siioptuIiea -
:1r" 1:' Leave PiltlLa every Tuesday 10 a m, arrive and Friday at 2 a rn,-arrive at Pensacola every if the places) are correctly named. for the County of Duval for Letter ..f Administration : \bUn those' who are .w t1 & Wd .iir
; -:. at Mellonville next day by 5 p m. 11. The Postmaster G..neral on the of (,,r a profession "
p If. Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday by 4 p m. is prohibited by estate J. W. Herbert, late ran select such br.acL.1iasay '"
fl' t. Leave Mellenville! every Thursday' at 10 a'm, Leave Pensacola every Sunday. Tuesday, and law fiora knowingly making a contract for the of said county fleceased. bent .iui their 1If'Ct. in life. a
Ot- a1 : .i arrive atI'ilatkaneztdayby 5 p m. Friday, at 8'a' in, arrive atBaihbridge every Tuesday transportation of the mail with any person who GEORGE S. HERBERT. Th n>'"I"tiu..* of the institution ...'.lIrmf'fl r

L: Jr. 3508. From:Mellonville to New Smyrna 30 Thursday, andSunday 10 p m. shall have entered into any combination, or proposed Jacksrnvill..Januinry 1st, 1847.223itelm with th. single dJgn ..f promoting jfce...UfClU-

f I 3:; 1''. miles and back, oneo a week. Proposals to commence the route at Chattahoochie to enter into any combination. to prevent al and moral arlvuncementof mrejltrt. jir.

r Leave Melloaville every Thursday at6 a m, will be considered. the making of any bid (or a mail contract by any ) &rotfjc,. The !discipline intended In letine*?parental.

J ;it arrive at New Smyrna tame day by 5 p in.Lfl I'roposals for once a week, also fortwice week other person or persons, or who shall have made Watchmaker,nn \ Jeweller- The Preceptor ilesiret to culuiauerilth. his pupils

.. h Leave New Smyrna every Wednesday at'6 a m, service" will be considered. any agreement or shall have given or performed, No. 5 MAINSTREET.Respectfully habits of kind and f.n.ilisr inmrour.e.twlto _

.1 1'.4' arrive Mellonville same flay by-5 p m. 3526. From Marianna,. by Oaky Hill, and or promised to give or perform, any consideration informs the citizen influence them rather by an appeal to the .bett.r
;14' : 3509. ,From Newnansville to .New River 22 Holmes Valley to Uchee Anna, CO miles and to do, or nut to do, any thing whatever to induce oJacksonvilleandits -principle i.f the heart, than by severe aDd dis-

r: I r tailet and back,once a week. back,'once a week.Leave any other person not to bid for a'mail contract.- he has removed 10 the\'it'init',1hat house immediately graeefulpunishmenu I
.. Leave Newnansville eeryV Wednesday 1 m, Marianne Particular attention is called the 28th An accurate kccount of
(!! p every Thursday at 6 am, arrive << to sectionof the the delinquences of every M I
i ? ', arrive ar.New River tame day by 8 p m. at Uchee Anna next day by 5 p m. the act of 1836, prohibiting combinations to occupied adjoining the one recently scholar, and-.l.o of the degree of atiaiameatis

$ Leave New,River every Wednesday at 5 a m. Leave Uchee Anna every Tuesday at 6 a In, arrive prevent bidding. office of the"Florida at printing kept; a copy of which account in coneexioa tin;,
P .Q" arrive at Newnansville same day by 12 In. I at Mariacna next day by 5 p m. 12. A bid received after time to wit.: the 10th Statf'.mln..nd is now prepared with) the rfguUr term bill. transmitted to every ."?,
3510.. From Newnansville. by SantaFe, and 3527. From Marianne Jackson March next, at 9 without the to execute, with promptitude.all orders con- who HI
.' J county, to St. a.m., or guaranty cted with the above parent guardian, may desire it.TXRNS ., ,
:''' Fort,Fanatng, to Cedar Keys, 108 miles and back, Andrews Bay, 60 miles and back, once a week. required by law,or that combine.- several routes in n Mr. Grothe would line.also FOR BKSS10N OF TWXLTK wIlls : 1'w..,
; l! ,nee a week. Leave Marianna every Thursdry at C a ra, arrive one sum compensation, cannot be considered in say, that Lit hat determined
- ,J Leave Newn&nsville every Wednesday at 7a. m, at St. Asdrews Bay next day by 6 p m. competition whh a regular proposal not adjudged confine hit attention. In future, exclusive: Higher Branches, $3 00 :
'ly, to work in these Common Branches Mr.
arrive Cedar 7 be branches. lie renders his 7 00
: at Keys next day by p m. Leave St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday at 6 a to extravagant. .
4 Leave Cedar Keys every .Friday Gam arrive m, arrive at Marianna next day by 6 pm. 13. A bidder may offer, where the reimporta thanks to the many friends 'w ho have given him Latin and Greek Cla.tics, extra. .uf,'

-- Newnansville next day by 6 pm. 3528., From Geneva, Ala.. toClay Bank, 26 tion called for in the.advertisement is difficult or their patronage, and trusts that his exertions hereafter Lessons in French, given at the request of pa.rents. *

_. 3511. From Newsansville, by Fort Clark, Wacabootie miles and back once a week. impracticable at certain reasons, to substitute an will be tuch as to merit it. .
_ '- and, Fort 64 miles From long practise In his business he Any pupil withdrawn from the School before the J
Micaaopy King, Leave Geneva every Tuesday 9 a m, airive inferior mode of conveyance, or to intermit service HJ.
- .. and back, oace a week. at Clay Bank same day by 5 p m. a specified" number of days, weeks, or months. himself competent to give satisfaction and his I ,end of the seftsinn, except for reasons which the .-

-iI Leave Newnansville every.Wednesday at 8 am, Leave Clay Bank everyMonday at 9 a m, arrive He may.propoae to omit an office that is inaccessible charges will be moder&to and at reasonable at Principal approves,will be required to pay for the "

arrive at Fort King next day by 8.p ra.; Geneva same day by 5 p m. or is nut on the stage road, the railway or those nrthe North. < unexpired part of that. session.

-% Leave Fort King every Friday at 8 a m, arrive 3529. From Pensacola,by Honey Cut, Ala, andBlakely i at a steamboat landing,as the case may b* ; or he N. B. Clocks and Watchet repaired in the best No deduction will be made in the charge against 2her.

at Newnansville next day by 8 p m. to Mobile, 72 ,miles and back, three times I may offer to substitute an inferior mode of'supply manner, and nttrwt shortest notice. .a pupil for occasional absence. In cases of protracted
/ 3512. ,From Wacahoolie, Etnathlt, Camp lean week. P in such cases. He may propose different days .: Jacksonville, Dec. 26. 1845. sickness, requiring the pupil to be withdrawn .

c ),. Homosassa, Augusta,' and Cbo ocbati.,'.to Leave Pensaeola every Sunday, Tuesday, and and hours of departure and'arrival, provided no FORWARD & from the.School, proper deduction will U t :t I
I Fort Dade,.91 miles and back, once a week. Friday, at 5 p m, amve at Mobile next day by 11 more running time is asked, and it,is obvious that ""
LL!: Leave Wacahootie every Thursday ,at 6 a*in, a m. no mail connexion or other public accommodation ATTORNEYS- AND ,COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Patronage it solicited from none, who have t.tan 111

1w, : arrive at Fort Dade'next Saturday by 5 p m. Leave Mobile every:Monday, Thursday, and is prejudiced. He may ask for mute running time 07: ,Will practice in,the aeveral Count of Law unqualified confidence in the ability tad .latfTrity lir.t

4.1 Leave Fort Dade every Monday 6 a marrive Saturday, at 12'm, arrive at Pensacola"next days to the trip, during a specified number of days, at and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Florida. of the Principal. fiTThe ."h1
. r at Wacsliootienezt. Wednesday by 5 p nv. by'7a m. certain seasons of peculiarly bad roads but beyond WM. A. FORWAKD, Su Augustine. school .-ROW in a ouriahIngc4pJitio&- ( "

4 r .: 3513. FrbaTAlligator: by SuwannoeShoeis. to Proposals for daily service will be con sidered. these changes a proposal for service different Louis AXDBiCH, Newnansville. Th .buildinr- it w largo, commodious aid eldP' fSfti
-,.: Blount't Ferry, 35 milet and back, once a week. 3530. From Key West, by Indian Key, to from the advertisement prevent itt being considered ,ttnicture, I'f'Ctntlyel't"Cted by Florida Iodff. Ifo. !irGin

Leave Alligator every Thursday at 5'a ro,.arrive Charleston, S;, C., 700 miles and'back, ,once a : in competition ,with a regular bid not set LIVINGSTON & DOWNING;. i, of I. o. a }i'. "

at Bloant't Ferry tame day by 6 p m. month. aside for extravagance; and where a bid contains' ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT The location it one of well known salubrity tads \V

Leave Blounlt Ferry every Fridsy at 5 a m', arrive .Leave Key-West front the IGth, to the 20th of any of the above alterations, ,their disadvantageswill I 03"Will practice in the several Courts of LAW.Law easy of acc. ss. Board maybe obtained tt rtatonable -

at Alligator same day by 6 p,m. each month, arrive at Charleston with all 'practicable be estimated in comparing it'with other pro ',and Equity, in.the Eastern Circuit of rates in retpeciable$ families tbufUct.
; : e, 3514. From Alligator, by White' Springs,Jasper despatch., ., '. R. G. LIVINGSToN Newnantville. Florida. Jacksonville, E. F., March 27th, 184-6. ,I/_ Ct I

,. ; I Bentoa Woodltnd. Cherry Lake, Clifton,and ,Leave Charleston on the lit,day of each month, 14. There should be but one route bid for in a C. W Dowjimo, Fort King. Asrlc1IIt1lrai I"Jtleaea' be

2pr Aocilla, to MoaticeUe. 103 milet,and' back,.-- aweek. arrive at Key West with all practicable despatch. proposal. ; I

:m Proposals. embrace Cape. Florid a and. St. Auguttme -' 15. The, route.. the service. the .yearly.. .nav.-,. the____ JAMES W. BRYANT. DENSLOW & WEBSTER-: roun
ior ,
k ;t Leave Alligator ery Wednesday 1 pus, arrive o will n.be considered.0' bidder's name and r.sidenceaid tha name of each ------- -., SAVANNAH GA.f

%TfVr; at Monticello next Friday 18 p m. 3532, From: Key ,West to ,St. ,Augustine, 600 member of the firm,' where company offers, ATTORNEY AND 'COUNSELLOR AT LAW, DXALXES in the following anieJ' .DtcA, will" di'late

: 1.1I Leave Monticello every Saturday 5*a m., arrive mites. and back, twice a month. should be diatinct1YIatal.o the node of con Jacksonville.FJa. told on at reasonable cthetb' i
u'i .
..( at Alligator next Monday by 12 m. Leave Ky-West OB the 8th and23d 'o( each veyance, if' a higher'; mode'OQ'horseback It lUhment In the Soothero at eons 1

1 3515. From Tallahassee to Su Marks. ; 22..! miles month, arrive at St. Augustine in seven davt* Intended' AUGUSTUS C. ,GILLETT, A ,COMPLETE assortment country.of AgricttltertllaX "oria

:. & dacthretimuaweek.: Leave St. Augustine the lit andvlSth reach 16. The bid should be-tent under seal, addressed ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW rdements, consisting of 28 diiereat tktt a d _Oc:

:;' Leave Tallahassee. ,,every Monday Thursday, month, arrive, Key West in seven days. to the First Assistant Postmaster General, with Jacksonville) Pk. patterns of Ploughs Hoes, (variout klaA) AM*. .
li and Saturday at 7. a m, arrive at St. Marks tame to terminate this Cedar. "' .- ,.
route at Keys "
Proposals Mail
Proposals In the Slat of written Trace and Ox Chains, Shovtlt and Spades, HiJ
(,' 4tyt Leave by 10.a m. and instead of St. Augustine, will becoasidered. on the face of the leaer J and should be despatch "New'York Advertisement,. Manure Forks, Patent and American Scythes) Slanct ;
Su Ms.rkzeycryMoDdaY. Thursday, (03"]: Proposals for the folio offices ed in time fo' be received before' Ctit tt.e.
arrive Tallahassee l supplying_ wing by or ,lOtk -- .-. Reap Hooks Grain Cradles, Corn Shears .
Saturday, at 2 p m,, at tame.dtysbySntn. in Florida, at a sum to be named; and I'subject March next,af 9"o'clock,'..m.' THE and Cob Crashers, Portable French:,Bait On& all;,...
the condition of limited 17 The contracts art te executed : Mill. Hand Ox TokH.Patent .
a 4 Tallahassee by New Port and St. being totbfTntt proceeds ; b.orbe- TREASURY OF' HISTORY Cent Mills,Straw Cattm, 1"r.hJ
3510. From of the office, are Invited r. fore the lit July next. : Chums Fool Cottoa Gin Saw Gut F$** ;tIl..ide"t
e. '
32 miles and back three ,Comprising a genera!
Point .
Marks to Shell : Introductory
China Hill, from Quincy, 12 miles aod back, Fan MlUt and NeUt, ..fromSS
:Postmasters offices sltuatad
? at Universal II
aad week .1 upon or nearrailroads History.
Port ancient
tiaa .a week. .to,New' 'once. a" thee week. and modern and Full Lead Colored J'alata! '
a > Whita
hot of .
residue. _more than eljhtyrods from*.depot, :' a MM ?f separate Histories assortment ,
Leave ,Tallahassee T etdty Thursday! Reform,1' from Quincy, 10 mile*,and back, once will, immediately after the,1st A11 next, report principal .NatIon'that' exists of their awry and Painter's.articles, Sperm,Whale,Llasesd tad .'1..9,
every ** _
week.. We _
: i Clttor OU YenUfcet. _
that ,Spirits Tttfpenttoe
and Saturday,,at 7 a ra, arrive at New Port, tame :fact thedepartment, staling their exact filet.. PI'OC"_ pre"DC I condition, &c. & ,
Troy, totnColomhi35mi1esand back, one*ft 0. Giata Window Satb. .
distance from ,the railroad.depot, and how other y AMUEL MAUNDER ,
4pby2psa. Wednetday' ,,and I week" 'f- wise supplied with the mail, to enable the_Pott-, Attttjor. oflhe'"Treajor Gun Powder, Shot.Bar Lead,P** eljiiCig| .
Lo4s,Newport every Meoday Woodstock. ,Mills) from ,St.. JIar,'", 20'mU.. :master' General oj direct j the ,,' wphlcaJ 's,otXaowraclp.3.H! Ftphea'iH, Letter Wranpfcf and PRlflT .
proper supply to Tiny
Ta arrive Tallahastte tatnetdaytby ,
at at ,
44t Friday, ,ra<, and back week.1Form ; raiya ScIeaU6 PRINTING INK. 1
once a PAPER Writing
: '. ',ratde (rem the railroad by mall mttsangars,from Trsaaury.". "o"IDaI : ftV" '''I
2pm, ,1 : '
". .X eave Newport evtrj-Satnrday- al 6 a ro, amve, : for i bid'where no change from adverUte and ..fterthe 1st<< o11JWtat., THE HISTORy OF: .: i..IC c&rpeatwt and Coopers eTooJst OA feaao J1 1r". ; .
'f 'gSh.llFantssmedayy1Oaa moot contemplated'by 'the bidder, 19. Under lee'act of 3d March, 1845, the ions EDITED $Y: JOHN INMAN. SEEDS,,warranted at good as any to be J.sp h.er ,
4 'Shell Polni.verjS&tuicIey at I ci, ,artive -' .I(Of". 1 the ease may be) [here .write the it to be 1st to the lowest bidder;, tendering! suMcIOnt'gusrintls Compitte) lii ,two 'olu.... large octavo, .tt1a' Orders thankfully received' and proapi/! aU't'
p Dame,or isrneuia full]of[here state the residence:. faithful:perfon&aace, withoutothtr nmvtnfi, $4. An .edition 1 incomplete edto.: .
I at Newport same day by 6 ,TO.- .' papes cover Savaanab Oa. Jane'13th 18IS _
p ,
I exttod the aenke to or !riIId.nceber lil propose, to carry the mail on reference:.uftbe mode of transportation thanway suitable forialllnf $8. .
to tri-wetldy --
'Proposal No.from to' 'Ii "often ai be ntcemry to provide for the dot ctltrlty, DANIEL ADEB I.,
will i be ontidered., PahllQr. lOB P3IflTtNG] ] '
I ,
1 the idvemtls p1'Dt requires' in the,time stated 'in certainty,and .security of such trantpertattoa. -, IOr Fujtea '
3517. Fwm TaUthtiiee, by Llpu,. MtxiM, the schedule acd W Whoa the lowest bid JUtOt, Nw.Ycik. ALl uxtcRirrioKt, & r rIO"1.j.
(, *, by folio wing, modi of coo- & -. ...--- V nrtpom 4 a m o 4e..M tf S ee*.'- Sept.1th18t5. '"' 'o $ZLTLt,$IWCUTJP'AT uz 01'1.

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