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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: February 5, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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will be made. ; :___ : i.J; ; ::a .::j. J'1 -. ,.... ,._. ... .. r ? tM importation: of those .
mast be paid lor before inerrion JACKSONVILLE 'J. .tt1J.L. ; #}MY" 'It % -.ry. articles
;:r All,unless adrertUeraents&,'. reffular By ascertained referring! ''I" X.. ] '. -. .., ; t.v........ ..... ., .Paln., ..o.l'r''T.", MOItNING., .. ._ ... /., 1 BUABY)3. '. .4.l.r' 4'1114'r.l)' m '!: .,._[NO. ['17.. under- !its own_ flag. yARTICtEXJI. *;
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aad QT transmitted Advertisements. with the dot advertisement.marked with the Mimhev11iinaeron BY AUTHORITY ''Dbne'in quadruplicate, in:,the.,cityJof 'from a-Belgian'-' -- ..'a 8.foreign. : TI"port !sballnoi I totcoDsidet'ltnd The :igfe'contracting' 'parties agree i.
to
treat
reqoired.w.ill becontinaed until.forbid TR3ATIES.Convention Berlin, on the tweni.sixth'dI. of \'jiayi'ehbVoh \ as Belgian ves-
flenngJor1wfiig sclsand
: as vessels J ,of the United
sad C7Five::charged dollars for. will'charged for all announce- 'Wz.th..tk ._Grand;:Duchy :ofHesse :.March; in. the'.year Jorv' ( provided the
!thousand: eight t hundred and!forCy'fourVendinitheusucty ; by 4
cnents ofcandidates for ofhce. Casselfor the abolition of eA.Dro't er may vbe(their destinafjpnnany other '
One square for Six Months : i lID 10 '00 00 D'I1iW amc' and of' 'Taxes, 'onEmzgatzOn. : eighth of the. Independence t or1 higher 'duties of. 'tonnage pilotage! ',competent sea:letter :authority 'with a passport, 'ft..
,
other
Notice to Debtors. and Creditors : s ; or any sufficient' document
.' of the United'States ;
: of America.LV '
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Application for Letters Administration 5 00 .. anchorage, b J 'Ifght-houses; ) : s, 'clearance -* shall be' '
will be inserted .f ratal- *' i[: s.:] HEWRT!*WHB'ATON. : recognised conformably
imices v '
All religious 26 1844.
brokerage '
QT: CONCLUDED MARCH : ", or- general Iy1_ther :with existing:.!laws as national vessels
touilj.ETAU. will the States [L,;8.],!BARON DE'SCHAEFFEH-BEBNSTEIN. charges whatsoever
President United that
!: admis&able personal communications By the of ; ,! are required in the to which they'
,charged as itdreni ments.GGT theaelvery A PROCLAMATION.Whereas { And ;wbereas..the.is id Convention _from vessels, ,Qrtq lt d States in* l ly belong.country respective. .
: All bills for Job Printing malt be paid on has been dulyratifkd \both.' similar'i -
a Convention b hveen.the ; on parts! cases. ? i iPPJi.si nj extends' ,
nf the work. ( ABTIC&B XIII.
; be tddrewfd to His and ithe'.respectiveratifications': ofthe not'ijnTy''tb'd ties' levied for die
O*'All communicnfrfns most United States of America"'and: benefit. Belgian vessels and those of the U
GrtLKTT & HiziAKD. poag paid... Royal Highness the G.mnd'D'lke' of same having hcenex: ha-nged'towit : at: of thestatebut; nlsb to those l levied fort States, .

CO.: Hesse was concluded 'and signed by Berlin, on' the'sixteenth day of October,J e benefit, of :.provinces cities, countries .. of the may twocountrie3, conformably retain with the Jaws

HOLMES &. hluc I't'mnv"tJ l their Plenipotentiaries,"at,Berlin. on one:thousand eight ;.hundred i and forty i ', districts, :.townships, corporations, I in the ports of both, ,such parts on of board their,

1\jIssRs..iioLlFs of MerrhMiuliif&CO. in th' Iltrgpnil.lin the twenty-sixth day of March, one four, by Theodore S. Fayi Ch rge'd'Af.. 'or any other division ..or:v jurisdiction, : cargoes us may destined for a for- '
.c.k
faires ad interim of the whatev &
I formerly occupied br ih<" Uni.Pd S'lttHnn'lll"n thousand eight hundred_ and.; forty < uniteduJStatesjand ; 'may De"s"desin..tion.. '|-eigncountry'j, and'such parts snail
not
\\ g a. tf" Government BuiMin 'Th.*y have four which Convention, beings ;in Baron'de.SchneffeiBefasteihC, ham '1' 'IRTICLE... 111..". "A 1 be subjected,. either while they ,remain ...

untied to their stork, by the l hue rrivnU from the French and English language, is, berlai; .Colonel, Aid-d -.Oarrip,' and .r Reciprocally,. vssClsofThe', United on board, or .
r York. a full ...rtment or Dry Good, Gro- word follows Minister:'Resident'of his Royal Highnessthe States,. whether. from upon re-exportation, to airy
Jfe Providing &c. &c..t which word for :. I coming port of charges whatsoever, other than 'those I
d>rifljl.\ ftanlare.prepared to ,ell nt n-.lucP.1 l price. Convention for the mutua! abolition of Grand Duke, of Hesse. 'near the :' said States,. or from a foreign port, shall for the prevention of '

limy} Thy.lire ure n.i" prepared to purchme, Cotton the droit d'nubaine and. taxes on emigration Court of his Majesty"the King of Prussia noj' pay, eith-er.on, entering. leaving I I ARTICLE. smuggling.X1\". .

1Tidl4.| and .her proilnre or the country, fit *haiish between the United Statesof ,'on. epart'of tneir respective'Governments theportsofBelgium, \ may be During the period allowed the .
., nml make cash advances orjitMHisnnieiti by
"*' Mnrket r te America and the Grand Duchyof : I' their destination, other laws of .
to tln-ir fiiend in Savannah and I any or higher the two countries respectively :
or New Y rk.Th Hesse. NOW, THEREFORE IT KNOVN'that| ,: I, | duties.of tonnage, pilotage! anchorage' for the ware-housing of goods no duties ;
CJ2tiePt'afl. ,
.*y have ne article of Wrought Inn The United States of America on the JAMES l{. POLK, President the buoys, )light-houses, clearance, :brokerage other than thos of watch and

? ....:li -1" ,which they. would respectfully calltlteatfention I one part, and His Royal Highness the United States America. have ,caused o"r generally other,charges whatever storage, shall be l jed'upon' the' artic fi

J.r.k.It"yilltA*f l'Innter'Nor. 6. If Gran! Duke of Hesse, on the other the said Convention to .be made public, than are required from Belgian vessels -' les-brought from either country into 3

part, being equally desirous of removing to the end that the same, ind every in similar cases. This provision the other, while awaiting transit, reexportation : ..
OR. AMB1.KR. would the restrictions which exist in their clause and ,article thereof maybe observed extends not only to duties; levied for or entry for consumption. r
toe: ri.'e notice ilmt .li.. hfiI and and fulfilled with good faith the benefit of the but also
1.. OEr rfST i territories upon the acquisition by state,' ro those Such goods shall in no case be stfbject
in Ja*k-
.I..II.imA.r|
I 1. c the United States and the citizens levied for tile
in the practice: nf l U..lilllry. n..1 l havingtlrrli'i ; transfer of property by their respectivecitizens Benefit ofprovinces, cities to higher warehouse charges, or to other .

..,nnville 'i""* int.Mf!i. in ,h.. plare, inien l ; to and subjects, have agreed to thereof. countries, districts. townships, cor- formalities, than if they had been imported
mule it I1i4 lfOrman..nt winter ...*!li.l..n...<\ n".4"N"inn- enter into negotiation for this purpose. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto -' porations, or any other division or jurisdiction under the flag of the country. b..

aly! u",ilin: *dtfl'* thcr plare in the ,viciniu. inttu For the attainment of this desirable I I set my hand and'criused'the'* seal of |, whatever may be its designa ARTICLE XV. 'J:
wv ..-c-urinr M th. r.tmm.iniiy ih* gpiu'ialv ; the President of the United the United States to be affixed. tion. In all If
..f .Tinn"nl r..Milenco.AH object, : %: .3ARTICLE that relates to duties of customs
., ni re n p in Ormi.Mry performed "urn I IWih States of America has conferred full Done at the C ity Washington, this 1\". and navigation, the two high contracting .

arrfltl..perPlti.t84 powers on Henry Wheaton, their Envoy eighth day of Hay, in tho The restitution by Belgium of the parties promise, reciprocally l
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, i-i from a tinjlft! one to nn emro .. Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary year of our Lord, one thou- duty ]levied by'the Government of the not to grant any favor, privilegeor if
;\0".27. '4(;. tf I i[:SEAL.] sand eight hundred and forty Netherlands the ;
i at the Court of His Majestythe on navigation of the immunity, to, any other state, which
I IM King of Prussia, and His Royal six, and of the. Independence Scheldt, in virtue of the third paragraphof shall not instantly become common to .;

Runaway TAKKN UI'Negro and committed Cairi Ta' Jail. N <\ Highness the (:rand Duke of Hesse upI I of the United States. the ninthnrticle of the treaty of the citizens and subjects of both par I;

T..riIIflifl ..h. iit 25: \\ear4pfn fire f':i't i I on Baron SIiaeffer-Bernstein his Chamberlain the sixty ninth. i April nineteenth. eighteen hundred. andthirty ties respectively ; gratuitously, if the '" :.,

"'.:1I'< :, inrh** in Ifijiit! bright "I"ck. .li.l .lytisrk..l j jX Colonel Aid-de-Camp, and JAMES K. POLK. nine, is guarantied to the vesselsof concession or favor to such other state

ar._,|wwV 1, *\\vr* I hi* num** n"* ISAAC ; j:: Minister I Resident near His Majesty the By, the President : the United 'States. is gratuitous, and on allowing the. samecompensation
lirt v..1 l 'atit.i at the Itnie III| II'M slr-f, jwl .
,1..1.
j
liit L.* lfli.'i*, t.' \V 111. I I'. Crlli;. .if th. | King of Prussia, who, after having exchanged JAMES BUCHANAN, Secretary of State. ARTICLE v. or its equivalent, if_the -
*!hntf04'52'. HiM* viiiMi2li: I'"nlT..... OXVIHT i.. )I their said full powers, found Steam vessels of the United States 'concessibn i is conditional.

ti1'iCIt'il tn <*.imi> r..r"'Rrd. piovn property. 11'I J I in due and proper form, have agreed to Treaty with Belgium, of Commerce, and and of Belgium,:engaged! i ic.r.: gplar navigation Neither of the contracting parties

cL.irgeiind i take liiin awav JOHN PARKF.R.: i j J the following: articles : Navigation. between: the united States and. shall lay upon goods proceeding from

Sheriff HilWioriMijjli! c iutil\'. I ITarnl' j ARTICLE I. CONCLUDED NOVEMBER 10, 1845. Belgium, shall be exempt in both, coun- the soil or the industry of the other party -

Day S"I'I''III"r 4th 1316. .r. I II Every kind of droit d'aubaine, droit By the President of the United States of tries from' the payment 'of duties'of which may be imported into itjsports,

de reunite, and droit de detraction, or I America ; tonnage, anchorage, 'buoys, and I light ady other or higher duties of .imoorta--

For Sale, tax on emigration, is hereby and shall A PROCLAMATION. houses. tion and :re-exportation than are laid upon

.a A VALUABI.K piece .fIUJd. eontnhiiii* remain abolished, between the two con Whereas, n treaty of commerce nnd ARTICLE VI. .. the importation 'and re-exportation

I..rnLaa4 t UM.t.! on!11.iicre-St., John elijjihly: rivpr.ituate.l Fir on a .lecrijitionfilieliin.l. Kleming 1& tracting parties, their States, citizens, navigation, between the United Statesof ,As regards the coasting trade. be- similar goods coming from any other ..

.. piality nl the *nil. nn I nl!.o f..r h'r'r..c. and subject:, respectively. Americaand! his .Majesty the !King tween the ports of either country, the foreign country. '
inqtirenr nr.' A. 5. Ral-fn-m; Je.ckg.nvilI. or of ; ARTICLE ir. of the Belgians, was 'c cluded, and' vessels of.the!two:nations shall treated -i-. LTICLE-XVI. .

th- .'.\ttt riWr' at \Vaie Lnke. :Murion ronnt\. I Where, on the death of any person signed at Brussels, on the tenth day'of on both sides on the same footing In cases of shipwreck, damages at

Fl.c.4s.(.Ot..t..r.t.! 1S1C. if.Administrator's S. F. U'\LI..IDA I I holding real property within the territories November, one thousand eight with the vessels of the most favored sea, or forced_ putting in,. each .party. ,

of one party, such real property hundred and 'forty five, which treaty, nations. shall afford to the vessels. of the other,.

Notice. would, (by the Jaws of the land, descendon being .in the English nnd French languages ARTICLE,vn. whether belonging to the State or to individuals

OTICE: lJurrliy) given to rreditoin .,F. puditltil a subject or citizens of the other, is, word for word, as follows Articles of every description, whether the same assistance 'and pro .

N jvr& *n4 .. io iriliution in the .:'tan. were he not disqualified by alienage, : proceeding from the soil, industry, or tection, and the same immunities, which
tf(JnhaWk<. dermal. nnc| to nil person* "h., such citizen or subject shall be allowed Treaty of commerce and navigation between warehouses of Belgium, directly imported .would have been granted to its own.
In., hive: a C"lti".ur .I..nltuh whaierer _::nil..t the United States of Americaand therefrom into the, U.
sell the of the vessels in similar
..,. ill'.r ill cei.1 .cta'e. 11.111 uhl..., I h.. &IInap lor a term of two years to same- ports cases,
eshlbiirtl sir .l.'p-
(rum I";"SUt .Iu I Ortnber. 1845, they will according to circumstances to gians. other or higher duties_ of import that if It is moreover agreed* between the

l..liarreil. iin.I ihnt I will npply to the Ju.t! ..I"! withdraw ihe proceeds thereof, without I 'The United States of America on the I they were -imported under the flag of two contracting parties, that the con-

j l'r,1a:4t1";.. rJ.y ln..f OriJw.IlilUlNtrousli 1847.I Count for final"O the disrharpefrum fourth molestation, and exempt from all dutiesof one part, and his Majesty the King of said States. suls and vice'consuls of the U. States,

my anl A.I m.i&ira iun.IVILUAM a detraction on the part of the Government I the Belgians on the other part, wishing And, reciprocally, articles of every in the ports Belgium! and reciprocally l-

WEEKS. AJmV. of the respective States. I to regulate in a formal manner their description directly:imported into Belgium ,.the consuls and vice consuls of Belt

i.mpt.Dcc.25.: in4
The citizens ot subjects of each of navigation, and, further to strengthen, flag of the said States, shall pay no shall continue to enjoy all the privil

.. .i.e hc".liy ci'U to cieilitor Notice.,.f. Hts4l| perioflitrilHitii the contracting parties shall have power through the development of their.interests other or higher' duties than if they were ges, protection; and assistance, usually
N.thc ".tCit..d >n in the K-lHle: of to dispose of their personal property respectively. the bOnds of friend- imported under the Belgian flag.It granted to them, nnd which may be 'necessary

htl".lIi lp d..f".tU..l. inn! to nil |H.r,.oii. who within the States; of the other, by testament ship and good understanding'so happily is well understood : for the proper discharge of their

*. .J |have. alVI..imA or tlemaiuU wliHirveriin donation or otherwise;.and their established between ,the governmentsnd 1st. That the_ goods shall, hav beenbeen functions.. The said consuls and' vice
; t .r ititciftt in jiij.l E.tute. that tmlen, the
".*1Im-1."IIIt.itiool ur a<"f rtc
(r"rn 11114
1',", "" having rLiimn ninl (rtemaml .. nifl..t the their said personal property, whetherby by.common agreement, a treaty establishing to com their country such seamen as may have
.:.,atPaIrrr.qriiii.4 to flle.ntlh..m to John M.lrIRIf testament or intestato, and may conditions equally advantageous 2d. That a putting: in at an intermediate deserted from the vessels of their na
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JAlLeItu4 \uri.in. County and.Thomu- ithMir* C. Kllir: take possession thereof, either by themselves to 'the'commerce and navigation both port, produced by, uncontrollable tion. To this'end they shall ,apply in<
o untr nc nj!ent# v telay.
FRANCES my: HINDLEY. or by others acting for, them and states, .have, to tbat..cffectappointed aft circumstances, ,;, duly ,proved, does not writing to the competent local uuthori. -

Admin'utmlrix. dispose of the same at their ,pleasure, ,their plenipotentiaries, namely: : the occasion the ..forfeiture. the advantage ties, and they shall prove, by exhibition .
Ann&t Hih. I31G Gm paying such duties only as the. i inhabitants President i of the United States, :Thomas allowed 'to direct importation.ARTICLE of the, vessels crew list, or other'document 11

I Ah lillistrator's Notice. of the couhtry where the said nro- G. Clemson, chnrge.1'd'af1ares of the vnr or'if she shall have departed, by

'TlUK ertsliuiM. .Ji"arihu'| < wnd oilnrs) inter perty lies shall be liable to pay in like United States America to*his Majesty Articles of ;every description, imported copy of said documents,. duly certified' :

A.'mini in the E.lnte of Willimn McCuIley.omiity cases. the"King: *, :of the Belgians'; and'his ,into the United: States from other by them, that the seamen. whom they

::1111. .i X4441"1 Florida, ilece*t.tl!, arrt.- ARTICLE mIn Majesty,.the.King'of the Belgians; M.Adolphe countries than Belgium,' under, the Belginn !- claim' formed part of the said ,cre .7-

. ..tlnct rrl'J bi'fipre.it..1 a1I1 I U fulinonifth IInllnrlthlt'.lhe l t') 1M Judge and of appear Prod .. case of the absence of .the: .b irs, Dechamps, officer.of, th e Orderof : flag, shall pay no;.other or higher ,Upon such demand, thus supported, .

bVPuf 1\u."ti count v. nt a Court ofl'rohate. loit the same care shall be takenprovisional- ,Leopold,. .knight.of the Order of the duties whatsoever, than they had been the delivery :of the deserters shall not

1atiwJI the C<."rt Hou e, in .aitl county, on she ly, of such real or personal property' us Red Eagle'of the first class, grand cross imported ahder'the'fl ig of'the most favor 'be refused. They shall moreover receive .
Sr't Mewlay in April., 1347. and 'shew oiu,,", if of than the all aid and assistance
'' 'hnr would be taken in a like case of property of the order of St. Michel Bavaria, foreign; nation,other flag in sear
,
'y ha\e. ,
%Iiiy I | .IIM be .finrhargedfmni
.n fUf1.IT B
*'!d"m..rn lrCuU,.". in pur.u.ncy of nn alt-| until tbe lawful owner, or the per- :of the, Chamber of, Represenlants, is mad .\ ,And,. reciprocally,..articles i deserters, who shall, upon the requisition .
,
ipliesuoo C"Ir. tboo arid there ro,Jw mndibymo In said son who has a right to pen the same,.according who, after having communicated to of every description, imported' under -i and at tho expense of the consul or
I!. R. ALBERTI. AdmVr. ascertained the Unitexl States into vice consul, be confined and in .
o.btnc\ to article .sec 4, may take each other their. full powers, the flag of: kept
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3 ilk! StoI'I. 18. IWfi. 6m measures to receive of dispose of the to be in good 'order'and proper. form, 'Belgium from .other countries_ than the the' prisons of the country ,until he
: the following States shall other br shall have found an for ,
.1dmlnlstrntor's NoUcc. inheritance. have'agreed and concluded United pay"'n opportunity : sending -*
SIX. MONTHS! after H.n.. I: hall p ep.ht my ARTICLE V. 'articles : ;. I higher duties, whatsoever than if they i them home. If, however, such.an

'r..tll"Qn ut,. and John voucb-r*, as administrator of If dispute should:arise, between ARTICLE f ,. I had l been. imported under the flag of..the 'opportunity should not occur withjn
late of Columbiaeuvy any -
do #i ed. to Rsterston the Hun. Judge tf Probate the ditTerentclaim nts to the same inheritance 'There stall be 'full ,and ondr entire. foreign nation most favored, other than three months after the arrest, the deser. ..

(er .ule Qtr. rur a/vjal settlement of said Lii.Iatp they shall"be decided, in the freedom, 'of 'c mth rand navigation that of the country from which the importation ters shall_..,..be set at liberty, and ,shall '

dismiiioi.;and ..balla' the >linf| lime apply| for jfluers tt( last resort according'to the laws and, .between: the inhabitants. of' the twci is made. f' not again be arrested for tho same cause...
,
** aa .of h adrilnistrator, of which-. all r"' p- the of the countryyhere the countries,':and :tho same security nod AK TICLE.IX. It however, understood, _that.seamen
leresie4 ,by judges
in said de ire l take -
F.stati are < to '
OtICP. JAS R ROBERTSON, situaied.. _, protection which_ :js'enjoye4 by the\citiT :Articles of every description, xp'or.fed of the'country in'which the desertion' I ,

-Oit.i&. 18(6.AdrnJiifsttors. A Imini,tratnr., property This Convention shnll ,be ratified' by .zeus or subjects of each .country, shall by Belgian'] 'vessels, or by .those' of shall occur are excepted from these-!

the President of the United States. of be guaranteed on.; both'sides. The sdfd the ,U it dtStnteSr America, from the ovisionsunlessthey., be naturalized
NoUcc, .
SIX MONTHS after date. [ shall mnkn applUiMn America, by and with the idviceand, inhabitants, whether established temporarily ports: :of either :country,x whatsoever, citizens. or subjects: of.the' .atb -r coun..' ,
ta the of Probate for residing'"within :ports,' cities : shall) subjected to.no,other duties:or, try .. ;
\Le || morable Judge consent of. their Senate, and by, His any .'i. ... '
.n.. iwy of Nnoaii,for final .rulrmentantl ,Royal Highness the Grand; ,Duke of or, places fwbntefer"", of -the, two. formalities. that such as ,are required for t ARTICLE XVIII. F.' t
**nfe of arcounts. .l voucher AS Adminr of the ,Anicles, of all'kinds the 'ra il.Qr'hich
n *
ray ii aacounf.oftheircommerce the country
flag ,
,. .. countries i .shall ., exportatfon'uhder :
r |1M ',."taip Of William C. O'Neill. late Hesse, and the ratifications shall be exchanged ,. notion ; '
:fro"idc ).. dtot".Pllrit-d.'aM for n'final discharge at Berlin, within the terra. of ; or industry, :pay,any other or 'where. the<< '.shipment'' is'm'n.de."' Is allowed in Belgium, ..;.cBf0g':'' .
&AI Atlt1Jini"tAlittn- etn said estate. six months from the date.of the.signature bigger ,duties; taxes; ''or' 'imposts, than i <> *ARTICLK x. I.I from.,or, g >JDg,. to, the United :Stite*;
WILLIAM WJNGATE.AJm'r. ; on citizens' I .drawbaoki 'o ;other shall be from all transit, duty.ia-i .
', f... hereof 'or' sooner possible those which shall l! 'beMevied .All i premiums, exempt
I J MV134C. -6m: In faith, of which the respectivePlenipotentiarieshave or subjects of:- die ''coo rYijn': ''which, ::favorsofJikenaturc, whic\: maybe; :al. Belgium, when .the transportation .

; ? Mni8irators ,Notice.- ,signed the b,9V:" tb.eY'.JDay bejand; .the. privileges, iramu. ?, ,I \V M u-'?,tho! -;states'of- *either. 9f-Hc I!.; through( the Belgian territory is effee'. :' '*' .. .

.1 SIX., ..MONTHS.. afterdate' r .hldharplyl" Ih.1 articles, both in, French,and, English, nities i ondothe| f vors4iwi\hiegard\ .to, .I tr1ilthg'partIe8, .In? 6 9 s .i Importedor'expbrzedinaational'vesses ; .ted on the railroads, :of'.the State 0vThe I '
Jan e.T. for shall be 'iRICLEX1X. -
O I'riiht1 the ,
j. N.i11.J..rdff".r enjoyed by ,
' } and have' thereto affixed iheir' seals : commerce .or_ industry .
tiieitqntv.4 Ntan,'f..r-. di-elarse a' Admims- citizehsW 'of oneof! the twosioteiBfiali likewise and in ,tlje same manner 'nl- ; preseQt.ireaty> .b Jlbo.i: in forcadunngjien :
viw. ,
e.niL, ? WM. nevertheless that the signing snbjects '
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1hi.r.4:._ SaIn 'J.Sa.rill"'r.III'( ':e.f .1ona. :In bdth; I iriguages shall not 'hereafter! ecIted. commWto those'of the ,1 ITc4 ,.pP,9n;: Igoo imported directlyfrqn f years: : from the datflj. of ihe. .
Sl'ICRa. URAPDOCKr.AilminutrninronsiiU \ therf'4.J ,4. .c.{ .(.q It'" '1.otl.U. .XK : I \ltl ne.pCthei'jtwp ' ... Es.atesKaUit as, a :precedent, nor,.I in any; .wayopernteo ; V jintojhqothejvorwpp rJ eci tram, tleiizitdi iif "eTYemitbi: ; : after v ""*-'
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Coarl'IloWf" ". "' .tho prejudice; of,tiecontract* -ir.vUr! : 'imiwmq t.: HBelgian
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.':' Jnte&tjqB ,to terminate, the,':'partto0 I flight, And .:JikawilUlssrays \f tleijwtb.I isioa i for our hpljing/breigp terjjtprfes, 'dustud shoul4: forget the high 'nwzivcs States what. baiJitc1e\kWJ''*- .

thereof each aeU still Jesi (Jscorporating; foreign pa lad which we 'asa, I ,autfeprUy th y
; party iewrvng lo: purpoM gratDemocracy MN,111
he raetad .
.... lijrA "b.flighL created it fce I -
; the right, ,of makiug such deelaratioa ,,' tioni into oi;' flon." TherfreRe.olvedl shoald enact in the of 8 g, at tie iie
ingle molfe 4esitrojed .IB ,40 the other attheead. ,of,ibet n yri 4 that :he Presidw amused toyeieig '".-
I. .. p, above ,mentioned ;" and Jt is ,agreed by lire,.nay '*taj ike destruction x>fajylions requested tobr4erthe ihe world., We have oueIveswith dent communities,' a; CaJ.1 .

hat after the expiration.of the twelve before the raoatb AugusJt QT army of(the'United States now J9 Mexico the.nnarchy of Mexico. Are we I choose their form ofconstitute go,

: jnonths ,of prolongation ,accorded onlxtti September. to *owe!' place fo the.ni1ed. Stales not as badly off as aur enemies. We I it as to thea a.Ii.. .

.:! sides, this.treaty, and all its .tipotr \\re sincerely. trait that tile chore; rear tbe-ltD tiers of lie countries. shall soon be- .contended by the .whole I dom calculated they had to secure so dearly to '._'_-i
aa4
; lationsihall cease to bejn (ofce. eagfestioni may. ,prove effectual 4tOy On'the same day, .in the House of. .world.' When that comes ,to. pall, our edr Are fully competent to jiterraine p...

AaTLCLEXL : : RepreseaUfiyes, Mr/ ,
of .eyes may acts t
14 This treaty shall ,be ratified and the rate, a meant saving half a t"t

I1 E .ratification shall' exchanged at Washington fiiillion(ollar.CiJDuaUy to the single: offered '*" preamble withUepllowing may condemn ourselves. "tion the According ia to the S.......
spirit which baSf
within the of six roootbs resolutions! they ,
,
term
q State of Florida worth,the trialA
.,53ONGHE3L If then, a power exists ia i
.after its dale, or sooner if possible and Be it therefore resolved by the Senate -: the"
United lag
( 1847. States
: i .the treaty shall be put in execution :DiFFBRBNCE.--In, ,. ,New York City njjdJJoase ofRepreseritnUvesofthelxuted IN' SBNATEYufoy, Jan. 15th, a Union ol
within the term twelve' months, J : *.-.The bill U appoint a Lieutenant as a free, sovereign, aj>4! J ia
on the 13th of January last,the mercu States of America, ,in Congress confederacy to avoid

'5 rf In faith whereof, the respective plenipotentiaries ry in,the,thermometer stood at 15 degrees ,assembJed" That tie'present war with General, corniog.tip'for third reading, General l Government, anting she actaor r.
.
: :. have ,signed and have the present affixed .hejow zero,.at 7 o'clock, A. MOn .- Mexico "is" not ,waged with A view: to it was, laid on the table by a vote of exercise of unconstiiuiionalthen ..,
treaty, duplicate conquest, or the dismemberment of '28 Mr. Vulee voted in Jt.he
I nayaJ. same power undoubt4
; thereto their seals, Brussels the tenth the contrary, at this placeon that the of ayes
acquisition
Republic by any the affirmative and Mr. Westcott in in a single: State of that U.nista. "
.of November, eighteen .hundred and the same: day andhour, i.t stood at '-48 portion of ner tell tory.- freedom of the whole is no '

/orty.five. degrees above zero, a ,difference of 63 lie Jfurlher. resolved by the authority the negative. the freedom of a com g1

' ': [I.. s.] THOS. G. CLEMSON. .degrees. From accurate tables which aforesaid, Tiiat ,it is the desire of Saturday, Jan. lth.-On a motion course it follows that the Relt, iti
;. IL. 8.] A. DEcHA ps. I the United States that hostilities should power or
that the the of whole is
e And whereas the said Treaty has have been kepi here, we are .enabled be terminated ,honorable to vacancy among regents no greater than that of j __

::3 been duly ratified on both parts, and the. give the following abstract of the temperature both, parties r embracing upon terms a liberal settlement the, Smithsonian institution, occasioned pone free t, because is the based principle 'of _

.respective ratifications of ihe sameavere by jhe death of Mr. Pennybacker, be goyernment upon tie ( .
during the last three month of the questions
4 I. on our part sent of the governed and the. ..
1 .. .exchanged Washington, on the thir- November, 1846.-Highest point, 77 grotvingout of'.the_ proper and rightful filed by appointment: from the Vice tion, aud was submitted to.eosiUti

:I .'..teenth hundred day of and March forty, six one, by'thousandeight James degrees. Lowest, 29 'deg. Range 48 boundary of Texas, and n full recognition President, Mr. Westcott remarked, Stales for their approval aa .

Buchanan, Secretary of JSlulejof the deg. Mean for the moetb, 60 deg. and proper provision her part to "Thjt when the Smithsonian bill was dent components; of the eonredt
be made for all the just claims of our q
United States, and N. A. Beaulieu, December, 1846.-Highest point, 16 : citizens against that country ; the whole i. before Congress, at the last session, he of proposed the constitution to be formed by the at ceptaAca

Minister Resident of his Majesty the Lowest 33 : be be in., was opposed to it. An insuperable objection by the wv
degree deg. Rang, 4-3 to adjusted .by negotiation, to States. Jf then the eonsenu of SJj[|
tf King of the Belgians to the Government tituted and effected to the that Senators and .
deg. Mean for the month, 59 deg. according was, Representatives dividual Stoles, each a
of the United Stales, on the part sovereign eo .
1fl2! constitutional forms of each Governmeat
were to be appointed re- munity in itself al that '
i1ttf .of their respective Governments : January, 1847.Highest point, 76'I time, wfcB6,

; Now, therefore, beat known, .hat I, I degrees. Lowest, 25 deg. Range, 51 respectively. gents0 filling an office created by the cessary to male the constitutions,

: JAMES K. POLK, President of the i deg. Mean for the month, 59 deg. Thus from two extremes of:the Union ; law,'passed by themselves. 'he officeof it is evident that the consent of tad|

United States of America, have caused Upon comparing the tablc kept inJacksonville have appeared propositions .,r \"allinge regent was a civil office, and the .con- State is equally necessary to 1tgtQ!
unconstitutional
lijj| |i the said to be made public, to every act of the PO"
treaty
} ch other in and
with those absurdity, havingfor .stitution prohibited members of Congress constituted
tie! end that tbe same and every clause kept in Eater- ,: to administer the coasthlipn
and article thereof may be observed prise 200 miles t. :tho South of this their object the exposing of their from being appointed to any office .'-henc.e the whole power of ibegw.ernrnciit

!. .1 and< fulfilled with good faith by the failed place, it appears that the difference of country live ridicule, scorn, and contempt created 'during the. term for which remains, with lie con it it eel

States and the citizens thereof. the mean temperature only .3 de of .ihe world. 3VJ.r. CILLEY, of .they were elected/ With this t\cjief.lie I assemblies that created it-bericc ilil!
the .of the General GovernmttitJ
. In witness whereof, I have he re an toisot New Hampshire, is \Vhig of the reli.gio.politico -, power
should not vote this rnotiop to
grees. upon I derived from
my hard, and caused the seal of f the Abolitionist school Mr. f' .the sovereign poweeofth!
4. United States to be affixed. -THE x1o4wuii1i4. which he had no other.objection." respective States: acting separately
STEPHENS: of Georgia is i iat nondescript IN HOUSE. :*is not a principle! of that goycrnmeJ
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44 t; Done at the city of Washington., this At length this great measure for sustaining THJS Thebill.establishingj

:? thirty first day of March, in the honor aud dignity of the animal, a Southern Whig. The a territorial government in Oregon, |f but it.delegaled. power de/ined .V |IS Ui

the year of our Lord, one one claims to be an out-and-outer. The i ..constitu.tion.Nulhifjcatkm
passed 133f; 35.
t
has received the ayes nays .
[SEAL.J thousand eight .hundred and, country, approbation of other be termed a half-and-half. I ., that monster w hid
1 may IN SENATE-1fondaU Jan. 18M.
.forty six, and of the independence : one house of the National Legislature. -. !.to fat manufacturers and
monopoly
But be from the
as might expected
4 of the United Slates, On the 21st January, the Bill authorizing The graduation bill came up for conr r but in fact the palladium of OUrej.

t the seventieth. a oan of"twenty millions was taken v.jrulenceofpar y faction, Mr. STEPHENS sulcration in committee of the whole. ,|! ties, was born in the British, ParlacctJ]

r4 JAMBS K. POLK into Committee of ihp' AVhoIe of the seems to have made an effort to render An amc dmentI) o'p'osed by Mr. Bagby, : null the first proposition made Ihtre'

13y the President : himself as' notorious as his Northern havincr been rejected, Mr. Yulee re- raise a revenue in the American: to'*
House[ of Representatives, and
N.P. TBIST, Actiug Sec'y. of State. having niesvithout the of
At the when consent thepeui
coadjutor. very moment marked, A' that he presumed the chief -
. received a few amendments from the
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I
is Je
". Mexico is ;: properly it* or :i&
: ,;, T II ENE W S committee, was then reported to the straining every nerve to destroy objection to the amendment was the, ; mate parent. And when the pnucipt!

:,' -_ House. It passed the House, and a our army-after she has declaredher fact that the reduction to the period of or taxation without representation

i II j ,..t f,:: -oL"JACKSONVILLE'FKB&UAKY_ _ =:; _:__,. 5, 1847.,__r .motion, for reconsideration was rejected.A intention to fight as long as there i is fifteen years, should be made to extendto : fully recognized by the Commoostf
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an American in Texas.,-after sbe has all the public .J lands, without : Great Uritain4 and it \ :)sfully deter!>>
motion Mr. Wilmot excep
by append to .
ned to tax the colonies wjt.hout their
: ? heaped upon us every insult and indignity tion. If should make :
they
1 the bill a resolution against the extension nn. exception : con scat., the dec.laratiurt'a)1 forth that
;iI of ] to new that that .one nation can inflict upon in favor of that particular region the colonies! i for
: -1 slavery any territory maybe 'f inconsequent;e; were *
:
acquired by the war, was ruled out another,-and ujter she has solemnly of country /rpai which he, ,came. he t ever absolved. jjrom their allegiance! U

I FAILURE :: by the-C&airmao nod his decision supported vowed that she never would negotiate, presumed the gentleman would .be satis- I the Crown. of (jrcat, Britain. botdidi
OF THE l\LAILs.-The I mails a Senator of the United States gravely lied. T.rwre in they mor?lh: 1 nullify those acts ofthellrilisli
the committee. The was a pecul.iarif.ty the
.4 ifrom the whole of FJor.idatest of the, by vote on that we should retire from ijrovernuient: .that were rrudeiaviobuion

1.11: i ':St. John's River. failed this weekand the passage of the Bill was yeas, 166. the proposes of the and lands of the four Southern States.of: .. of the constitution* of .thelanli

; : Nays, 22.. Not a single Dem crat voted country enemy humbly: Florida, Mississippi, Alabama. and i! I That which was accorded i to

., k "we are, cotise uept!) not in receipt-of jn the negative. Tfete twenty-two accept whatever terms Mexico may:: Louisiana, thai pine alono grew upon!: the people of England,was denied to lit

:c. t -.any intrlligence from the inlerior.What .- condescend to grant. Still more. At i: them and that ; colonies their (jesceuda'Dls-the cisjon -
votea.ag -int the bill were all those of they \vere not adapted <
can -be the cause of this we can ,a moment when we are endeavoring to the : WdS suiticient and<< rightly! Did.
to of
the new fashioned Whig.A bothiqa purposes agriculture. They
.4- not devine, as there have been no storms the to immediate andAuccesful Moiv, us \vnsabold .exercrsc. of i tbj
sehool] and their fanaticism and prosecute war 'ao could never, therefore. be sold at !
$1,25
want power of nuzjjticaiioo that ade, on
: iJ' :to break up the bridges and roads, but :I issue Re .resentatiyc"from J
."i .f patriotism are thus legibly recorded a per acre, or niapy portions of them for tree people; laud a judicious .OfflSlpI'
I jt is none the less embarrassing.PRICES .
Southern and of the chiv- '
State
t I. in the history of the nation Jt is well u one even 50 or 25 .cents. To obviate the uncut of principles of this doethai
-
-j alry of Georgia, would have us. deprive in the constitution that ha' ),nade as tb
; tI: #. CuRnENT.-At the r.eque6t.of for the republic that. tbeit names ate so difficulty, therc/oro he proposed an I'
ourselves the great and powerful t.n that wenoTarej.jt
-. of only means of effecting n ) ,
,.. ( very many of our friends in the interior ..few.Ve % that amendment to read thus : ; : .f! e'1U5 to me the yery climax of(
congratulate aH -lovers of their hisend".by infor.ruing'Mexico lie it further enacted, that all public
we commence this week the publU absurdity, for any man of commonsense
s: 'I she need have no anxiety shall lands ip the
we States of Florida Mississippi
.cation of the prices current in this. country .\iiat their Representatives in to question this doctrine itjsof

&. :place, of the principle articles of export.and I Congres .b.\.v. manifested( so much, energy take none of her lerrilory,,-we shall pine, barren Alabama land, and, which Louisiana shall, ratedas have divine origin zin1has' no union oruffioitj
ce'her to dollar with f-*
.ro to in the
not a defray fti\y \vorj<
pay
government
tr consumption. It will be corrected .and patriotism i in .the, passage of been ir> market ten years before the
exists the inheritedthe k
the, of the war. Mexico has in governed, is
j1; weekly, and we shall endeavor to present .the bill througb that .body.trhe great expenses passage o.f this act, and which, remain natures Qt.t le people and i istl\ea*
] declared that she will
it the exact state of the market in majority in favor of the .biU..gi.vesIS solemly never unsold,, shall be subject to sale at the cret spring jhat moves men ..(o ; te*F

.hope that the other the negotiate. Mr. STEPHENS would have minimum price ol fifty cents, and that: to \yard of( in whatcfer
.cotton, produce, &c., up to the hour o.f measures jpr all of the land oppression. ;
.
same which{ remain
offer another tiOD. And for .
us
nego may form it
shap.e
or tnunner
j ; ubltcation.eij national safety, may speedily be acted unsold at the may comet:
.what object. How should we _be benefited expiration .o.f fyre years it is a uuiveisaiprinciptecistiogthe ( ..
xI.pou.Yc.trustthit the.Seuate.of the from the passage of this act shall be .
I f and is .
organization et
: THE TERPILIA.R. if the propositions' of both these o man
;United Sta.tesrVill .exhibit a similar subject to entry at thc minimum, price lied in cf
:j p a We perceive in the Savannah) Georgian gentlemen were carried into eflect. If of twenty fivecents." the e},ery day'.concerns bi
: spirit -activity, and leave nothing in the .convulsions of States, and ia the
and Republican, ajetler from !Mr. wanting tbat-cau lend ,to a vigowus prosecution our troops were to remove to this side Air. Westcott' said that in the. land formation, revolutions, decline and((4

THOMAS SPALDING, of Sapelo Island, up- : nnd successful( completion of of the Rib Grande, would there be any' district in whi h he lived therp were of the Kingdoms of the earlh-:lo rJS4

.on the subject of the destruction of the the war. The hill for raising ten.addi securitythat this would satisfy the sixty townships which had ,ben repon'ed up fn opposition lo'what is contrary

-* ..caterpillar, which has jso' long ravaged tional regiments yet lays in: the Senate treacherous' ..Mexican.- Have not the by the United States surveyors, the law and customs- of the country IIC

the fields and diminished the r/e&oi'-rees/ Mexican,Congress and Government declared ns.of n character that vould just as natural as! to rise up from
.- a vast deal. of time having been not pay when exhausted nature ha been.P
:. .of the Southern Stu"tes'Tbe suggestions -. :wasted in frivolous j amendments. It is tHat they will wage war with the for the purveys. reinvigo.ra.ted.

--- in,this letter are valuable and deserve ., important that: the.period between the United tates.as long as we,retain possession After some opposition from Messrs. The Revolution was the otThpr1Pf

: the uttention of every planter.- .cessation,of the northern winds and the of Mexico. And now the fanatics CaUiouu., Dayton, Breese and Allen. the n nullification and the Constit.utioRinhe"

', It is, useless to imagine that cold will]] commencement .of the season of the of the North, and factious partisans ,.amendment of Mr. Yulee was rejc ted. ited all, its wholesome, principle .

destroy the chrysalis or fly .which, produces vomito should.h.. of the South, would hajte us negotiate, we hav?.no.right,to oppose theexettwc
,, actively employed! by Communicated. of the'Constita-
,the egg of thecaterpillarThe.eggs and that withdraw' our Tirrnyy-abancTon bur : Jt is urged the powers not,granted by
t I us, every musket .or sabre by Whigs and Aose lion to the General ,Government, why
S ,of the silk worm are placed-in icehouses I that we .can nuister: :should be. in the conquests,-leave Texas: be overrun, ,embracing middle opinions, that JOHN was that j instrument submitted to us torour.
: ." A ( to their and -and siikour ( to the dust C. CALHOUN"can never be lected Prcs- ,the,.A*
prevent hatching, field at that time. We trust Jthat Congress : own country ratification: 'I I :Consent:by

':. T are.., never injured by the cold. The 'will 1 speedily'act upouij.iese: mea- of humiliation. is ident a nullifier.of the United. 1 States, because he semblies. the States, was a consent

<._>. chrysalis of the cut wo'rm, which is so swree., so loudly called for by jhe( coun.try. We ask, is there not. a m anly] heartin .. ]! word.nu1ification! have.Considered, >; ut' its.I origin not.ooy'tbe by Stales .and mass by but the people,as independent, not as.Wuggregau

destructive to .the. Indian corn crops of our :,Union that cannot.. : l look: upon these and import, as well alsoJthe pirticalar ; !I communities, whose separate: authority
_
the wholeUnited Stales, buries itself propositions with ;the: corn and .contempt ; meaning attached .ip'ii in South was necessary to make jfh'e conslitutioa! ,

: 4 in the jearlh' .to about jthe depth of an PATRIOTISM."Two .they deserve. Has, our country nroJina, formerly and .ut this tizrie.i3eing' .-- law even, to, ihqsji,States acceptiDfntbe
or
he
most extraordinary n\vare'of'thenbliorence
propositions r- in declare*
'S :i incbaad.can1ivethe ; \ Ohich instrument itself'
ron.pd expressly
wlioleyepz .
< become far,abased that even in the
so
this
doctrine is
: have lately been made in Congress held in mosi of'the that if the shall be ratified Pf
jn this condition. > i 'L' same
which have. ever emanated_ from National, l' Legislature they 'could Have Northern1' and Middle Stales, J have nine .States, it shall be,. Q14ertdU.
j4 1\lr..SPALDING: remarks, that after having : been t :to be, forward. searched Jin vain for clue '
,the rulers of a nation engaged in a just permitted brought; 'horrors' \ some to !the established between those diates iw
devoted fifty thsee years 40 the And Mr. CU LEY'S porlra'ed as attendant .its that natortUyarises
and \ On 'ttie 2.2d ult. yet concerning proposition upon ratify ,it-the question ,
-culture of cotton, nd.oJ havipg BUStained -'. necessarYVar the National Intelligencer xercisej and :rpy deliberate,conviciipni what did ihe 'fw iriew of ihe.coa*
He CILLEV Senator from New says, >* 'tbofr instead '
.Hampshire of ,the :b.clieyer in its siiiuifou soforo*
: more losses by ihe, caterpillar. : co.ntempla.t.efiliaunwn
"An demonstration ':
..
submitted the important ( was yes- .truth being disqualified..in or
foll6wing..iesplu.tion ;
,
cd Uo'ju
consequence
would
the-four.
f .taj.!) any other..planter in'the'United:' terday-madepn (hersubject))- of the- for, the Presidency respect lo t
\
-- I concerning which_ Mr. ALLEN remarked I war, in ItIsanaUrjbuto. bsolutely more re'iuaining States, in'case tntf

t ; 'I States-, his belief i is,) thAt' fire"i'J" the'only, 'I with gr justice; ,.:that ,its.introduction the,Senate. !, in a9uZtrterfrornWhiich, .it
J11Nns''bicb' can put? .an. 'end .to ;the comes'with/a.particular gracec risider. er ndmitled reouIyintheflhitflstea&ufaify'in
in th'e'present. state of public .... : l'o' nullify as 'understood l in .
plague. Tb..cot fields 1 .should. e'1 .- ing the and ,which South I.r9ect; the Jrttion
patriotism soldiership
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*; \ affairs, was one of the<< reattml : Carolina: and by the Democrats '
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of this
I 5"jectidn
not uc"5
: Cleared, .uj.l1nd buredarovud. Fires r -O; .: the 'l altogether 1 'W.puld
himself has ir.ttb olden '
- ;. "mities.that,could be: inflicted ,upon the mover country, anVUvery where .else, where have been, 'a nuUilTcatiouPpower \ (
should be lighted.up in ,every ,field as time displayed} 'jn hotjl fieicU." self-interest and \
fought J have '
} prejudice as
-- country.. : not rendered :,of the ,oilier,niia, ,State* .
ar.a'-polsible: dftrk ,rjigbt, 'as.soon UnhappyCongress,4tnliappy the inielleiit! obtuse all .
every Whereas and honorable ,nation tp other scribed in thecons1ittion1 Moel!!

._ ,a's.i caterpillars! niake'. thelr.ap-: peace,with ,Mexico a speedy' is;exceedingly,deBirjtblejt That the ,poisonous breath, :of coiisiderotions, means! :only_ J legitimate'; suredly as much so a$. "the .

; R i :. nJ',. r 'pJ*, \ s.oJl t ''aj\J.whereas UJ. J'' qn5tt1LiQfl party spirit i 4ip I ld'; esjtXoyaUunity of. | fVfftii\t&exercise l ( uu constitutipjnalpotvpsb'yHlie South*Carolina*to* CpI AVJ3 n UDf??

---- -r'. .. .!,p:.ti .4:!'. ...,. ;. I '. .;, .; '1' t /(.' "#.:'f'r; :to,. :.*':' :...t 11.: tt v.r :. ".,i Po* -: i : t-. t General' T< .tJorerV- f j'if : stitufional! )""- ,S>J:.Y9j1grcss 10' wwcihaD.hue
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showered down ,stones .from the, -w j -
L did top to tnnUy! which'.eie"Ht : J-
Ace. n
who $ &riI ,
had coasted ) I al /. i' "
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;Ut otherwise e ate- ,assent, It 1! 'entirelywreweaable fast and so heavy that their advance it may jbe,"mjed d',Lit,ji ietii it i&: ? !, : ," 'Sh.cjff's..- &J.w .,..-J-- .' ,-t. ,
.
tbatlhcfram.cm was completely) cut ,off; and that :they, Ijy iiCetOt3harmy 1icJ\Sa ra COU.MZD WEEKLY.PnSllc a By yilt. ...c .Storl liariuri-awa.. ;
to 'I : <
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uppoffe )
1'CJf
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the constitution contemplated to were either killed taken prisoner,'.or, .'thL' the M 91C8 AV P 1a..fJ) .sen .10 thoetghborhoodof : AznicLLBA.G w.Ql" t... imntle rb 'mcarsLe Circala C'ItII1 f..i .. r'
of
.ofahe pIne to made their escape to the:other, side. Jt". ; StftffliY are, ., .. o11'uletl4aj* (0UhIU'rJ t.t..IM.. c- ,
.
: Q8e the military, power that Capt. May.was not taken by of force ?? INO.Duad'. 0 peryard '2 11 G. J. xenhs CaINrwIwVi.AJnWtr
seems parties a of' .Hutttsj,4
1500'
States to some .
or force the other.four or 2000 coFPEZak,, Jb. 10 Itk J""" aimiit" .. ..
coerce the institution'contrary to their surprise, for he was continually urging men;'kept'in'positron'on this Side, of tie J.n -a. lb. 81" GO T..nter., .iai.u.tllf 1A.;tar IIkI. wifr'Msr' "

wishes accept-if such bad been the case ,why vigilance, and left hil best bugler in .tlje .deSert between Sajtijloand J ",San 'tuis CANDLES Ad.maadM',Spef'ln,',. .. .Ha IB'30 I 31 31) \not\Vel".Ia Torar Jit adID;tnnrb 01 ,.. \y_

was it for the purposeto rear to sound the alarm in case of pel- to destroy the ,water tanks in case"the_ COTTON, Black Sud. II 24 .i g to slant, J ..oUacLu JnW esisini,. '.. ladefrs.
did they d6lay- dent though he anticipated attack Silk . llroe _lid will ...1.a.!. .
as American / sa 31 ;
give them time to ,be sore that their an army ehoald move in: force DOMESTIC GO8D" .be c.* fln. doer Ia 1h-"Uft'D olX.na..wII. ..

liberties were sufficiently secured I A rumbling! sound in the pass jcsused in the direction of the latter city;* This .I, Brown Sbir..; per,ard 5'a .7 within .011 101-.. i-h.Snt daynf Mach M'21-

think the whole) cpurse of the convention him to halt for the rearguard but:they view of the_ case.precludes the idea ofa do. Shiehit' ..; 8. 12j : ty. 10Ju.legaf. hpoi., the 4owfngdsmcsl1silprrop.r. .,

.ratification not coming when he thought it was serious attack Gen. .Worth Tkidnp I. 10. ,13 O..ru ws.aa.1 Itaw&
the contrary-the upon or CshicaPInt.4 II. rb.a.aN$ .
and
da 23 ) ". 31.,.
proves time for them tQ Teach him he wheeled Gen. Wool the : .F-liz- ated 7ye*". .tMl
.Stales-the establishment of object of Mexicans only) Kentucky J'aMt 2S.:50 ,. abOut"year L..YiPd..o. .. .

the constitution by pnty Between tho.eStates about and weqt in the direction of the being to keep' watch, 1Ipo.th ,American .. FLOU',New J..ltimore.Yurk, per. bbL.M 7 7'O.:50 a, 00 00 l4ry properly sill writ or.i.ld.-r.ul 5er ....sad lu Iw sold .to sat'
full He I"'ria.
pass ngain at speed. shortly forces, to,retreat_fcelore advance FURS. Oiler
who might accept to the number any 100 .1ZO, THOS. c.
conclusivelythat met the Lieutenant and a Sergeant, and, and cut 'off,she,supplies of-water as far GRAIN.'Cara. ",bu h. 100' 00 ELLIS S..W ALtc-L. C.
of nine, all go to prove demanded the former south, HA Y. cw& 1 IS _' 00 D""x. Gruo.s, D.9, S
the entire independence of the scp. immediately of. as the operations of our army HIDES,Green: "m 3' i 00 Jn.29,1C47., S

States understood and u \'l here's your men V9 The answer of may make it advisable to do so. That. D.enunC.y, 1&tb. I. 00 .
erate was fully the Lieutenant was close at hand at the LTMBER. Plnnring 'I chou. 10 00 a 1400&andingan4 I Sheriff's Sale.
spoken
conventionnndthat troops oas threatening Sal- .
the ,
a
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appreciated by aaf 10 00. 14 00
he turned his head aroundas tillo .. By.Irt... writ nIfi'rj 1
fciss
tune
each State possciseJ the inalicnable the same are scouting parties{ this corps of RngingTiq.b1. 300S 00 ., Cil'Ctlit; t"J frni,
. if with the observation MATTINQj prd. 00 Court of she r..pna er ail or
expectation seeing them, is Florida
right to decide for itself as to what confidently believed by OILS.Spenn. call. 1 nj .1 OM1ysor (AI.ch" sot Levy enuath's. i.
" a C'f"I-
- form of would be most suitable .; just behind him. But there were none officers of experience and 'discretion. ; U .a 700 Lain cause. wherein James rifl',. alMa $1t #
government '
1r themselves. there save the Sergeant, and the truth though' others, who be opinions, are PROVISIONS. Pork Me,1 of bbL iS 00. 1600Ba.con rrie-nel "r Gei9\T.-BI'IIdw.la tlaianff cal B.a.
perronps .
fQr I' f lb. 10 rn 00 nest 1\1..Dell, A4ininlatrator nrTJ..m..
A Such being the right; viethe immediately flashed upon ttye commander ) equally entitled. respect, regar4 Lard. "lb. 1U' m 221 et"1. dt"'C"NJfOf', fa deGndan ..1 In A. .m-
- that something was wrong with : the movement of the Dutter. .4 lb. 20. 23 salt: wri r..ftI lie
or Len (
. States one of them, can resume I enemy ip a more adai. I bait' I.ILPCI
or any .
." the powers, granted to the General tJovcrnmenf then;. As quick as thought, and as serious light. The report brought by Cbee Pntatoe'IrW e. '..s 11.bbl.. s :10 0 .o-, UJ 00'Dn shall f.d'ZJ'ftM for sal,. ln the ldtlwit LiIJJ.rI ip.n .a"'

at any moment they or anyone tlje nature of the path would permit, Col. Kinney to 'J.'ampicoto, ,the effect S'ueet. .u.b. O. 00 ."an vill.Come. HOItM dOtIl' ln ILiIiiwm.nie... .
"ii Mn
- of them, firmly believe the pro.i.sions they dashed off for ihe. pass, and "'hen'tIcy that 15,000 Mexicans' ,were to attack tJEANUTS.RICE, Plortda, ." lb.. 3 .4 75 I the IeaJ boar gLiy.ih.witljn of.II". anld.,th.f.4lwf,fOr\1." ;.,.

.. of the constitution have ben infringed reached it found that a large number Saltillo on the 37th Q It-, is.but the same SUGAR Flori,1. I 1b 8. 9 Inti of land ro wit: ,,.. number fm.r, 1.,.JnPd e. ant

. or broken as to them or any' one of stones had Leen thrown down, I rumor which has already reached here New OrIeans. .' JI I, 81. 10 .ix. nr Fnetloaal. Section .n ::11 TOWD-hir; a.- ,
law of tijd discovered tracks of blood along the by pf Matamorps and SYRUP. PIorda1 ..4 gaU.. ZO a 00 en. Sf'tIb. Ranffe ninetren. Ea-i. mntainwjtbm, 1
unconstitutional
.. jof them. An WHY which our SALT, Liverpool ground, .ck : 00 .2 2:5 hnndrw and fifty eixhtacre. Jf .
Congress Or decree of the President, amounts I ilt'iile. They followed up as fast as correspondent "AI Q" spoke of in.a let.- SPULZT BrllhJy a. plL. 50 a sGin. 0 ere. The tc'cds of Mid Mfe and 75-100 I br .n a- .. '
.
3a '! possible but it was of no avail they ter we, published Jast a. 50 alSO ju.Il'm..nL..nd..nod to applirU t
. to a virtual amendment of the Thursday. Col.! ? E. nam. .. If 5 73Vlau in laid cau... (flvra u"
!,I ;could: make no further discoveries nor, Ic:. heard the I. dermy II"nl' 11ti.25,1. ; It
. jconstitution, nod unless .consented to, rumor at Monte Morales, \ eJ'. .1 31 a 7:5 dayofJansy. 4\.D.18.f7. s

. is not binding upon a State; and any I I i Jearn anything of the fate of the'.r; companions probably, and had no opportunity to SIilNS.Deer.randl r. .. ..b. 50 4 .a j 50 7 January TROS.29,C.18fT.E1.LlS Sheriff Alacbua C. ft

. Attempt to coerce the Stale by military .I so they sorrowfully retraced learn the sequel of the anticipated at near! J 00 a3 :10 I

is n dissolution of the Union ;* tlveir steps and arrived here as abqve I tack. TEA, 1IJ" '>. .. lb. 50 II 1 00 TAX COLLECTOR'S 8.tLE. Ii
power noticed. I I "There is Black, lb. 40. 50 By virtue r.he imcrrird in me hy law. |
I little
them doubt
JI to those Slates or aoone not : as we learn hall
I IABJHVAE4 : expow fur .11.! \\rfnr' the CfKirf H..it
. Consenting to the unconstitutional act-] from private letters, that there was a Nate of Town Iou la Tnrapn. n"or( in lUc.'ty: .Jacksonville, rouniv n| Duvilon
OF H1BEUNIA.4DVANCE .
. therefore, secession is not the Ict nft THE large Mexican force-probably mostly BY nn Order iii.mb.. Board of County C<*mmis- the 2nd Monday in Apiil next. TI. Ml.winr

the Stales seceding, bat of those re- \'lft; f 1.n.: FH\I! lUHU1'E. c.l\'ulrv-at Tula at last dates, all un IIolI4'Ii of HiIUlHtruugh County n (Mirtiun of pr0H.rty. or .o much thereof. .< will pav.il..Stt..
I IX UXKAD STUFFS AND COTT)X. der command of tho LuU iri Tum.n will heufiereil at Pnlilln Sainon Tax for 1845. and State and' Count* Tax fur ;
in union. Gen.
. Valencia.
jnainitig T The steamer Hibernia arrived I Jos- Gens. the first day IIf lie, Spring Teiin nf the Cirrun :yrar 184C. 10.000 aires uf land on Anti .]nut t
Nullification is the ]{e..stonc of the Urrea, Romero Fernandez and others Court for FliiUhorou rrout Crek
t t ton at six o'clock on Monday morning County beinj the) .t"CondllIn.loy 'known a* thn Sil-UM Tract; 1.001acre.
ti dich that support the constitution tinder las t left the 6th are also reported to be in the vicinity.It : in April nexi.Attest. *on Dunn**Creek.brlonin toilbrir*ij D.
> having Liverpool
on
which we hare become so !relt I I may be recollected that our last SIMON FURMAN. niingo .Fernandez 282 acre on iho St. John
\ accounts
is the constituent I inst. I elegtaphjc despatches, trans- from the ...idpnr >fth., Mnnrd of County Conmiinsioners. River at a plant railed Si. Jo..ph, and owned
j .and flourishing mined to the Baltimore papers by jtheirt city of Mexico represented Tamps, Jnn. 29. 1847. 8t by tin* .;*IGt. of Water* Smith 28 acre on tb. fi.

principle of the constitution, the essenceffreegovernricnt f hil.ulelphia correspondents furnish Valencia! as on his march to tj"Southern Jnumnl copy. St. Johiu River relied $.. jiw.pf| and ttwn j
; and if Mr. Calhoun Tn Ia." l y Jnme. Singleton; and ailjoinir.g IR'C above !I

.I. xannot be elected, I would desire for j the following important intelligence It will be seen, says the Delta by the N01'ICE.SIX meniiimeif Tract; 11.50 acre situated on S-ro- J
respecting the Cotton and Breadstuff WEKKS after dnle np|>Iicntinn will lc pie Swamp near Na.*ait River, owner not known. .
jone, that the Democratic party \vouliS ,I markets-: England : perusal of the letter of"Chaparral" that do by tho nnileiVi'nrd tit the IJorf. the THOS. LRDIV1TH. Sherifi- D. C.

support the candidate jthal would Mibscri'ue I Flour had advanced 5 to G shillings the story, so widely circulated yesterday Judge ..f 1'robatefur Marion county, for Letters ofAdminiitrmion I By A. W.CRICHTON, Sheriff. i

lo this doctrine, !! of Santa Anna and his 30,000 men on thn cf leof Snmwl K.: Swilley, I .Jad .oniII.. Oct.9. 1346.CoHnty .
\ HOMOSSAS&A. i per barrel. Iatt of Lowiides county, Georgia! deceased.Jim. .
between
being the divisions
Corn had advanced 12 to 13 shillings; of Gens. 22. 1847.'M.. I D. n ANCfI. olumbJa Sbcrifl's Sale. .
ROM I Gti&SltAL! TAVLOU'S DI-j' Taylor and Worth, was purely a fabri TOY tirtutvofmy nffire 11..1 ru.Prur law invtsied .
I t ncrquarler. cation. Sheriff's Sle.BY *-* in f oPrr
rl l't me have. levied Uion ami will P
r \\ heat 3 to 4shillings.. for sale: before .
the
Court House in tbr of A I-
-- tv n
tirtne of writ or fieri ( hlu"J
ThefuJiotvin jT are the concluding rx.iracis Meal 5 shillings.I ----------------i n racias out 1.1'r' ligntnr, the first of .
i J 0i-; 'r on Momlny May n.xtbeta..n.
c. .tht? Circuit Court of the Hauler Circuit .II !
of a journal of a correspondent of! the usual hour of sale that
Cotton th
: had advanced since t el.th on day Mlowinjj
I A sswriiug will be Mil ut tlm MrthodutChurchluiuurruw ) Floridn, for the County of Duvul, 1 will rxpo'eto \*
the Delta) commencing Dec. 23J, ISiU.Gen..Scot's inst. follows I described property, .iz-Sto tio 26.TCI..n.hip I,
i as : Georgia bowed, 3farthings public "I*, in fmnt of the Court Houi. tn tlw
letter the Oil int.t nt'4 u'ci'K"k.I' ra, for the Range 11, containing 80 acres. Section Nil. S,
Gen.(
to 'laylor, informing | lo Id Mobile ld Alabama city of JncknonviIIe in aid county, on the fjr't'
93 .. 23.
1 12
.crt' Section Range .
. him of his arrival in the country and Tennessee 1-8 to 7-Sd Orleans 3.8 I'url'' n ofursnnizing ,tlm Union SnMuith School.) Monday in Mairh A. D.. 1847 between the. Levied as tlwprprsyo11bcbard Township Waller.
upon
reached *4 Old Ranchero I I All I""un. frii'iLIy I to th; CUIMP nru r..qu..aed tontiiiiiil. legal honra of sale nn that day-All lhi jp Iwnr..re..l. I ,

as the I a 1- d. pay the State and County laxra due tbereoa :"r
: (. of land on the North .i.l. of Julin:ton I
Mexicans style Taylor on the 27th of I I J he year 1846. ,
,
of the
j 'I'1equitations Liverpool mar- Creek, nar Mandarin in aid county, formeily -

December. J, kct when the feic.imer sailed were- .-Ji.ki"nvjlk, F..ltJunry. :iji.). 1847.HTOTI.CEf, .uwnedby Thomas M. HIt jnn, rontainmj in all Section 35, Tpwp,bip 4LS0-1, .Range 11, rnntaintig : '
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DEC.31ST.-An express reached Gen. j Corn GS n 7s. Flour in bond 37 a 38s, ---- -- thirty one acre*, more or less. Levied on and 80 acres-Levjed upou as ibm propeity nf Detnpty.

Taylor from Capl. May, stating that his The Hibernia the Govcr will ]li' .Id to satisfy an execution a gnin*t Wood-. tn satisfy the taxes due thereon for tha.
t brought out Tin Lmlien f1.i''I"ll| | Strwin; Society of Jackjlln -, Churlf J. Schoenheit, in Taor of Archibald H. 1846. Ii
with the
rear guard pack mules had year
i nor of Canada and &uilc.f Cole. Property pointed out by Plaintiff'. attorney.
;
will h-il.l
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been taken the \; ; n FAt It flU Friday the I2th of r ALSO.I
by enemy. f She also brought out 200,000 to Section 35, Township 1, Rang ll-eoltsedLf I
F.-l.nuiry, J8j7. at the School Uvoni uf S. W. I
JAN.
1ST/ 11.-0ur marchvas Sheriff). C.By .
,t 1'c: J\JOQJ in specie. TlicjSnglish Money THOS. fcKDWITH. James Livingitnnt:supposed In be Ocmpsy Wo .Is .
prcily much an up and down hill business matket D"gieri, I:4J. A. W. CntcHTOff, D.S.JucklWJnyillp to satisfy the taxes due thereon for tbetear 1846.
was quiet .
i! Tin* iinlrt articles nnd ri4resbmvnts ,January; 1847. .
to day and abual half 2 will crm- ALSO .
past p. m. Large sales of Lard in tegs at 48 a t
'i ., J tlaP .mifl ... Section 3. Townhip 2, Rang 1 1; about..4Q'..
we had measured 20 miles,, when \veJtahed m,"n p J.t wen hnlJr" i f 3 6 lock. p. Sheriff's Sale.
I !; os. American Beef and 1'grk ;in demand acres-Levied upon. thi property of J. D. Haiti
and pitched our lenls. '! ; supplies large and prices tirm. m..urn) will IM no.npt"n.J,1! nt o'clock, nnd continue BY virtue of a writ of fieri aria, i*.nd out of or I. D. Non.to satisfy the taxes due thereoa for.- .

We obtained an abundance) of corn, fod. Arrived at Liverpool December 10th open until 12, |'. tn. th. Circuit Court of Ihe Eastern Circuit of the year 1846. p

.tier and grass here, and the Alcalde NewVorld and J. K.t'ddy ,. JnrU0r.tivilIp.Jnn.; 29! 1047.PASSENGERS.. Florida for th. County of Duvnl. I will expose to T. B. FITZPATRICK. .
packet ships public .ul., in front of the Court U? I"!in the city Sheriffand tax collector e.u&;;.:.
Jiaving Villa Grande -mL- -
sent to to know i 12th Great Western 17th --- in said the first i -'
; ; Jacksonville county on Monday tllintor, Oct.23, 1846.
.\'blt'e desired, it was gathered and Nicholas Diddle, Waterloo, and Monlezuma. in March. A. D. 1847.between the legal bouts ot -

.carted to our camp by the time we 1W f&tronmprSnnrfllt8.. Savnnnnh. Felt. 1't..Mr sale nn that day. A negro boy named John. Levied In Circuit <:enrt.
unit will be sold. Execution EASTERN CiRCUIT OF FLORIOUCOUKTT
on to salify an a -
.reached it.
Three or four days feeding Ilifhards.) Mr. Mr
Long. HopkinsV
The President's Message i is considered gainst John M. 7. Bowden, in favor of Calvin or DUYIL: NOTCMBXR TCRM iO4g.- .
.\ith fodder has stopped the disease no.Uced in England us giving full Assurance L"ii?. F. H IJichu.II1.V .: Andrr.nn. E \VI1=ht. Read. Property pointed out hy defendant. TUJCSDAT. December 1. 1846., "

before as spreading amongst our that the low duties.on British Goods T B Fitxjnttrirk. J F MrCMUn, RPS Born!, J THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff DCBy / PRCSKJT, The Hon. THOMAS DQUGLAS, .

horses, aud they are improving last. will be maintained, and it gives English F C. .Irr. T 0 Hawking. Y.lfill..ismlom* AV CRICHTO, D S. Judge David,'Tanner&c. ,

Between 7 and So'.cjocl I;, p. in. Capt. manufacturers cheerful J prospects for nil.. \\' I' >rvu,.. Jacksonville, January 29, 1847. ". Iii Ca&xcza,. .

.Hay got in with his dragoons. He re- their trade during the coming spring. AI ache a County Sheriff's Sale. Elizabeth Tannt'r.BIU for Dnrorce.IT .

pulls the loss of 11 men and their Paris assert that French School at TVayuesvillc. .T> Y' virtue, jof the power .vested inlhie uy law, I appearing to the satisfaction of tba.Court, *
tees, and 7 pack iniilc As .lar astais i papers ihe -: ": u gnduato of lVMb. X sriall ex|'ose for sale in front of tfm ,Court that the DefendantElizabeth'ranperrsfr. ,
i Government intends a reduction in the THE, n Cull..g.'n, and hnving .nme jreuriiliKptrienn Hoti40 d wir in'abtt Town of Newmanvilje, on the .out of the Stale of Florida and beyond ihejnrisdietion -.-
gather the particulars und they duties second* of between the hours of this) i court ; O.t MOTION of R. DnrtnuaEsquire.
, on foreign corn. in teaching, will irmf wda-*, open an Mimduy July next, '
.come from Capt. May, they arc these; A terrible inundation had occurred in E'lgiHh nd. Chuviciil' SohiNd ut Wnjnt-nville, Ga. of ten and two o'cluck..n much of the undivided. Solicitor for the Complainant in the above' ,

lhtwec11Iuute Morales and Lmare Roman distress Hi t rm* will !h.ix.. ,'ilt unit ten dollar! |J.erq'.x.rirr. interest of the following named prions in and loa entitled cause, IT }s '
Caple May ascertained lint there J Italy, occasioning great rcotding i.i. thf tudie* and th. ..ulvanceUIPS.i certain tract or pnrrel of lard known a* th** OaDiRCD, That a hearing be bad on tb*> farta.rhaqred .

pass in was a .iud an extensive loss of property.l .- .if tht* HijtiU.! By duinj;jn.tice In hi*, jmt .Alachua Arredondo Grant, as will satily and pay in the said Bill of Complaint of said
a gorge of the mountains, i61.U.t : The l new Pope is mitigating the mis- ron lit will nit. .t m"r ri"g. cmitinuuncc uf UK the Stale and County tax due on said interest. for Complainant at the next Term of this coun: AIM

Jeiertniueu to ascertain the nature of it. f.rtune, by the purchase of provisionsand :pRtriMingn which h<*:nnw mdicti. Boanling cao the year 1846, and all legal costs and charges of if the saiil Defendant fails to appear a dec,...

-J"is command confuted of two compare bis J He bo had at.hu place at .iniclrmt. raIPA.VILLIAM and. about the advertisement and sale therein, may then pass |' the same manner asthough paid
own personal exertions.
Defendant should and be
of \ BRADLEY. to wit: appear present in Couiu
drtlgoous-some 70 or 80 men. has also reduced the duties on foreigngrain. \'uyu.-aviI1P. Gn.. Jan. 26,1847.ItftrKKKNCKS. I. The interest Jeromey Johnson or N. Wells. AXD IT u JTURTHKR OuDf RID, That cerii&Ni t

Up approaching the foot of the rnoun.lain : -Kev. W. D*in'. Col.. Joq!iVisciiHi. The interest William| Thorn. copy of this Order be published. tn some newsjw. 5

every precaution was used toguazd The whole Jiriiisli press is out against \ S. C. King, and S. Mnmfortf E,n*. The interest of the heirs or Wm. Taylor.. per printed within the Eastern Circuit of ihV'State
against surprise Lieutenant I Fch 5 2t'CohllRbln. The intetest of John R. Townsand. Florida, for the spare of three month before -, '
.wlth 12 that part of President Polk's messageto The interest of John M.Seaman. the first day of the'next Term of this Cuurt.I f

guard wen acted as the rearguard and Congress respecting the war .\vithMexico. County Sheriffs Sale.B' The interest of John N. Sayer. OJCAR HART, Clerk of said Court di Iieiaoj.
of
the pack mules of the com- The California interest and Pri certify the above to'be a true pf the Oidec
I annexation, virtue of n writ '*f iiri fiicinv, i *u*il fiom The Rogers e.Thi' copy ,
6&bd\vlio relUained some Jew hundred is more unpopular in England tljan the tim. CI Tk'n .tlic.ftle Circuit C."r" for the interest Cyrus Perkins. entered of recant in said entitled cause at sept .

pttfc ;u the rear, and in this way they Severe County wf. Colinnliii. E"it.in Circuit of Floiida' The interest of IchaJkod r.u., Term of said Court. I
Texas annexation. comments Danipj Toe of Aaron reck. IN \'lITNESSVH.fnE.Qr: J he.eaoti. .
progressed and wlicrfln A4 xandf. r M nin 5* I'iaintiff" and interest "
they found slowly caiefully, until ate made upon the President's declaration .!r... Jleiriirt;, i ir P -fi'ndant. I IIUVH hvir.L iipou' and 'The interest of.Mordecai M. Noah. set my hand and affix the sralof said.

out the pass which was so that the war was not undertaken will exftopp fur oulr. lN>f;re the Court JIou.f door The interest of Israel Frost. LL.. S.I Court, at ineCmitlHouse\n the City n(,

aarruxv: thai jt was with; much difficulty with view to I in tin Town lIt Allijjntor, on tho first Alomluy in 'The interest of Noah Jnrvls. Jacksonville, this twenty 'ninth" JOSC4)t f.- J
a single Uotse a conquest. [ interest of Mordecai Myers. December; A. D.. 1 61 6.
The
hour tin*
could go through it. But Apiil rn*xt, within I"pif following ifftrribed '
The distressed state of I Iceland forms of the heirs of Alexander Mai/ ) HART 1rk15. 4VJ
The interest
iay was determined 1 t>roi riy. to wit: f: 1.2 of the SV 1-4 J
snake what : to traverse it, and the absorbing topic, and the deaths by i s..c 7 ; AI... Ni.2ofSE1.4&C'7; Mao, K ').2 The interest of Frederick Marquand.The January- 15th) 1547. 3m

.Other discoveries he could on the starvation are increasing. The,people or S.W' 1.4 Sec 8; AUo, E 1.2 of N W 1.4 Sc interest of Gilbert Lewis. -

side. Dismounting himself and 'in numbers to England. 17; 'AI.'. S W 1-4 of Sec 17; All in Tnwiubip 2 I :The interest uf Blood:and Thomas Tilliston. 'NOTICE.
Wen are going over WEEKS after fate, {'shall apply.to. sb. '
he led his 'The interf"I.or Thomas Napier.
lour
Eat in all hundred SIX
of 15 ,
iiorse-and the and South, Runs* acre*
way. There is also distress in the Hon. James S. Jones ..
after great High. "L.vi..a.ptti.. u.'thoprojteityofnaid Defendant, to And aloso mtch of the undivided interest of Jodgp y"b.i.
experiencing much difficulty in lands of .Scotland.Government be old to'utify said writ of fi"ii (.CI. the same said Grant of the following named persons for Columbia County/lpr Letter of Administrer .
getting irom rock to rockthe coiiimanU had offered nn 'annuity ''T'B FI1ZPATRICK. a*will pay the State tax for she year 1345, lion on the r.-tzare( .J oma. Ell i. late nf said:

wumaiely! succeeded in getting through Father Matthew ofJClOO Sheriff uf'Columbia'County.Ffbrtiry5 ,.nnd the State and County tax for the year 1846 county, .dece'ased, JOSEPH A. .ELUS.. ,
to, per annum. I Alligator. Fla., January 1. 1847.
vn '
the righi hand 1847. and all legal costs and charges in and about the .
side of this; there Jan. .
pass LivEcrooL COTTO.V MAUKET 4.-' .
IS a : advertisement and sale thereof to wit : .
or Perpendicular cliff of some GQO feet, Ordinary Orleans, and Mobile was sellius NOTICE. The 1..tPre.tor A. D.: Forasu NOTICE.SIX .
10
high as some of thc men' say, at 6 5.Sto 7d, fair do at 7 1.2 to WILL meet at.the following time ami pl.. The interest of J. Delnno.Tho WEEKS after date. I will ap-y, in UM.
that a man looked I the State inu'resiofjolin Rodman. H'W' e Judge of Probate f., Djiv I .
up there like a 7:34d do 8 1-4- to 8 12. ( r ihe purpose.of aMeMtnff nnd $ ) cnonty.
httJ be V'" On the left handler '10 good CUtlnl' Tnx. for-tho >ear 1B47/*iz rAt Tho Interest of. R.Davenport. for Letters of Adminutrntion dt lopot K0o4lbt.estate '
or jo feet '. Ferry. S.turd.yl. lath February The'.interest of T. Dotemu of James B. Mason, ..'
of Perpendjcular there was u .FROM TAMPICQ. 'l ;the Dili March. J847..' The interest of the heirs Thomas Dexter. S. D. .FERNANDA.Jacksonville. ..
< p.
nnd T' *
gradj fci0pe to thc top, oii. which au The brig. Georgiana,:arrived, 'at New .. Atilock'y'mtilK .SatBnUy'th: 20U ami 27thFrhruiry The Interest'of J.Suydam.TinInterest .- .' Jan. 8th. 1847.AtImIBlstrater's. '* '

enemy could run down, ''lire a :piece, Orleans on Fritlny(22d inst.).brought U114 15th. lOili and 11th t .March,:1847. of Benjamin L.'Wuite. M MH H| IH MMHHH HHpMWHMMWM NMd W JTjHlce.HliMWHM VIVM MMM M '

] 41Llh n return It is represented \'eib laic\vatO: the tfect'hat b'anta An. At M..ItII..rin'T. .dIl"' 23d;dl't'bru1. an.r2m The interest of ofShiven Barnaba Parker.Oburn.Th .' WEEKS after date I J. shall apply tps..

: g the most dangerous pass lo a na had placed himself between ..G.en.1 March.1847.' ..Tbu o.J\te Lhm.F. elaru.'. Al.;o,"intereftt;' ;sufficient .portion" ..(a-certain tract or .SIX Judge of PruUie fur the County ol;..

g Chewy ,that u' ,kiumu.aud one ; Taylor' and.<5en. :'Worth with '35,000 1\t sIIil Col.4al'Jr'r.anl'.March, r arrel of land. known n.. the Strong Grant now lumbia. for Letters of Administration on.ihe.e, .
/ William Johnson Isle of said t,, d.
1rberel1 few ary1 Ieiie claimed I William Manren. a* willpayihe. tate eCJA
owmni by
aeiermined men could stop aud that a general action was immediately oQtpfthP ntl.-\II.rl or
the men, Allf"iN n. .p*idiiit due thereon for,the e..pcf. GJtf N, JOlJ:*; .
aaraucc of thousand After ,All this ,the .. ward th'pir returnto pm c*l tbi1ptUce.Urfl toauliiaroed Stat antI County tax year itt.
.
expected.
going sayjs. t846;?.i1ff.1I legal cost and cbarxes in and about January 15ih, 1847;
a1troa :0 ...ffi iJ 0 .tlrpan..t'r .T .
the other bide 31 \ra* bought. Picayune, :is an exaggeration. .rn .f.M arrh. the advertiemept nml sale ,thereof. Execate N.Ik,

-tlsary, they turned to come lc 'The Editors do not believe,:n reported Llfl.sbt.25th. "A. :11141.TO_ ., ,"Siid*,11n nf U situated about elgmV miles, from MONTHS after ..late,. 'Irh .l'rrrn! 'my .

4! _)uain'WWU1. bt4AVWMkaine ; lieii' sifltb enj, that Generals Butler,.and Worth ; T..1It.Af ..r.'DIlYaI "1.. Newnantville, rather West of North and i. bound. SIX "uhf ..',... Exemtor.oflbe i *,..

.1. caution obasedJLngzhe ja,ct-. have removed from Saltillo, but believe _r.k"on"Hle. Fel.r.iarva 1847 edon tUaNurtfi by lands the RiverSant.containing l Fe fiv.J and thousand on the. tato of:Mary Fmmndex, la'ft wT N jteuoi>fjr.
South by .
public of
deceased the H< Judge I"IQ"I.fI.,
to
lint pa K4ge. But the.rear- them, 'withitI.. ,Wool to have been, 1ioflcE.Li + acrcs.tas appears from, llw 'tumA'ma.J the ..** fiaal settlemmtof d.c..a.aedl .
au1 n'we not KO lucky in getting- there OR late as >the 1st 'inst. witl at VeJk*.r! !: !! ( L'n'S.lr on. Tux Assessor.. :Said interwit .oc'un.mlab'.n I, .b.U.t county 'Ibeaanw lime apply r Letter,ofDwmiioa *-.

I* UIJ 'tiuiCj'for it'lippcara.:after. IcasiGjOOO' troops,and "that.. division. judge.: fJ'Ub1.DIflf,ii r P/ :fc. will 118 sold on I1 b 'seroml'Mondsy Aptiluext.. a ciiExemtor.ef which all peraeM fafctarested -,
",she 'iUsti.t41s1JC' door in'the Town'6fNewnai
nMIm1flWrtI fniat-of th Court Haw .
in
&' "*" l in\.lia.k' L.I.iUPT In said estate,a desired I A tale-untie**.
"tntaod'&krjeanigonhrougb, of the. Mexican, ;arm9aa not far off r&mud.Hen.o.. ''.i" ",..I.Ic'' vilU, beiwwn"tlm .ho.* riM and ,tw"o JOHN 1. YILLA1QKGA.; -
4gt ,LodJ-4iT iuejj iU'-stationeU watching movements and ready Jo ..u _. -t.. C.-\V."t't''. OUSSEAU. 'dock. THOMAS C. ELLIS' '- .C;*K-Ai : .
-:: / 15, 1847. Extcmot
6J.aiua1'129 '
; J. -J !' ? "* January ,. .
.C144t the:nferpeadicukr fide take advantage favorable'oppot- 18,1,1 I1. Jtzt, 8, '47. .Sheriff and Tax Collector. I .<- . S ::.1r' ''
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: 1 "- JrS MAI CONTRACTS.:: F,rt i ;T i q C. fl9U$. ,,vejsnfe, to' :will il! ."- .S slatenow. ; 'H ta HRJIV.GWBjeyet teynnco that Is Inadequate for'the'route la'respect : L.. I.'
; >* ; .TIM
.- -' .' p 1di e SInnl.,a..L tde River, to Alligator,,*, 'l"j [orjh' 'i .eannY.'lUlILpt,!.$,. '* .V' 'r '*,., :-to'the eeitaipty security" (and celerity the.mails, .Flor1 I C
mie and back wetkV tcut. .aside fi tnaoyaccommodsdorttur, .IJa"IJ& ,will 4arj. ,. L 1"
., Exit eel from A* act'ofCogrtuof3dMarck, ; 122 ;***i 55. : '
8 rtn *- .5' W i d' 'not be; entitled the route, Marys. Bn aS .ir'SMlt
: 1845, tcclic*-18, Leave Tallahassee-every Sunday at < ,Form' ,aV f/n *'to\acc6mpanj foch,J> tq '
}
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Stall
Wheff bid does not mod. of
20. the fiame 'tbe
rive at Alligator next day,by 1:p' *n. ."!*TbVundeWiVd triere Ynseii the name of the a U. baJsWifi "
1 f: "Adbt U ftirlker enacted, That it shall 'be i .conveyance, it:will be taken and 'understood to be : I -. ) :Tbe retnferrr; r
I hhe fit.
Leave:Alligator'every'Wednesday at: ppj ai* : nntJ.p'tfn [ I "
p p ., toe duty'of the Postmaster General, in all future 'cuiir tor ofgiiT'M nl p ; for; .the.lowest, mod,:of( ,conveyance,:to wit: onhorseback. i a. MATTrnwsp 1!
of rive at Tallahassee next ,by 6'r m. _. t ; Of bidder or name ibiddeaf/.as thcow )
fldimx
Ip. : ., Jetting of contracts for the transportation : the pert "When it to according .
I ri t snail to let the same in eVf'rtc, to the lowest Proposals for twice also for, three tiroea. a rnaylej J .if,|iu, (or iher) bid Mcarryi Ih' ,to''the advertisement,'proposes and .no mode carry of conveyance, 'hauled I,rt l :ba t b'
beMeclu and
week service will be considered. mail from ,lie accefttw ,byihePoitmaitff _ca '
sufficient for faithful fo- bD
.
bidder tendering gaaranttei
t
instead of 'r: il stated for the route Ihhtiadverdsernent., k'wilIb.consIdered and ., .
Proposals lo run by White Geofral shall ter itoanoblia.tion lrtfrurlah >
mode Springs ( ,
without other reference the
performance, to for horseback eon1veyance. p.att""
.at offering"only
A. r
4. Little River will be considered, tbelir ltne'Xt.Jwat good Imrn.
t"dAilurJ
4 of such ttnnsportation ,than may be necessary to prior to fort ,
,
tUf1; provide for the due celerity, certainty, and security 3518. From Tallahassee. ,L by Miccoiukie in4 aufficient" ,* torettet toporforra; the sorties.prorpojed. I i. : 21.; Since the passage of the,act.of,March, .3d S route. This QU,, .gorpsaa,7 b7 S4.'

t. t of such transportation; nor shall any new con Monticello. 38 miles and back twice a week. 4 S ,"'1845, an.. description bid has .received. 1m -i1a"if a/L
.
4 Thursday .,
tractor hereafter be required purchase, ont, or Leave Tallahassee every ,Tuesday and Friday, .Dated.S '1 It specifies mode of conveyance', but'engages to daily th. .
) line'lr' for ,
: take at a valuation, the stock or vehicles ot any at 6 a m, arrive at Monticello same days by 6 p ml 'INSTRUCTIONS' : tb' mail with certainty,celeritd security etery erenhig.Alsrtpajseagw.wisMns.temr.. Cre't, .
Seven 'rainotfi'"fare allbwed for opening and carry ,
:1. ;
ki. for the Leave Monticello -Monday and Thursday :
contractor same route. every
previous
: using the terms_ of the law./ .These bids am called
1: t ,07 Bidders will be careful to'read the formski. at 6 a m, arrive at Tallahassee same days by,C, .closing i tb! mail at..af offices j)her no steamboat particular from the. manner in which;they are designated on brig pr barque line whkb;ke to,a IM1
and instructions appended to this advertisement. ., IineSis i specified; but on railroad ,vand. .
t pm. i the 'books ofihe department,, M alar iJ.. It has and
4 4 1: They are requested to state in their proposals.the 3519. From Tallahassee bv Manningon ait'd rMited 'there ii, to _be no, more delay than is oercet I been decider, aftr mature consideration that 'I Tlr.I,of the St.Saturday Matthew fur fi. N wYstlt,1.

.f P' mode by which they intend to convey the mail. Duncansville, Geo., to Tbomosville! 34 ,miles and I iry': to deliver' d receive i the bags'' bill proponing a specific mode of conveyance of as I ;Passengers, iHrfr rm .
Ufrtte
t : Where the size and weight of the mails, or the back once week.. I ;2. Tliaroatl to beconveyed'in preference to high a gradnaatwo.horsecoacb transportation is board of either, ,(11,if 't.U"p
t ,and 'their entire exclusion if na
: : speed called form the schedules, shall require it. Leave Tallahassee every Thursday at 6am, passengers to .to bo preferred lo tile star bid. The experience I The above boat will ntlif.I .

.4, the contracts will be made for coach steamboat. arrive at Thoafiasville same d"y by 7pm. < weight and bulk rrquireit.. nf the rI.'rl8rtmelvenable. it to lay down the foklor I Leave,Pilstka! 1f'8 .CoII ''

i or railroad conveyance, as the case may te; and. Leave Thomasville every Wednesday at 6 am. 3. Post Qffice blanks,, ,mail bajn. vand'ihe sperial ing rules, viz: ,PicEdisa every rua.y. ,&I.1.-

t consequently,such routes will be let to bids proposing arrive at Tallahassee same day by 7pm. agents of the.department, on the exhibition i of When) the mail on the route is not so 'large aato u p 11 J*
such mode of In all other cases awl credentials are to be conveyed without Bf.tk.Ct j|* '
their
Tallahassee ,
'I. conveyance. I 3520. From by Salubrity' ..quirr'two-horse coach conveyance a star bid, -iJ /
I the routes will be assigned to bids proposing the :. Quincy to Bainbridge, Ga., 48 miles and back, farther.charge,'on' mail I lines admitting o1- such if the Io "et, will be preferred to the specific bid. For -Innie"i.ht a: passage .ppjf trf nt;, 1 .

1 :j cheapest mode of transportation.PROPOSALS. three times a week. conveyance. 22. When the mails are of such &'ami weight on board, or to. .u C.t*******

v"i1r Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday Thursday, 4. Mail agents ,ore to be conveyed without as' lo render it,necessary expedient,in reference WOOD .
1.I, .. and Sunday at 9 a m, arrive at Bainbridge lame charge on 'the principal railroad and .tr "cnl>oat to.ihem alone, to provide tun-horse conch rontey &CLACHORN,
CARRYING THE MAILS OF TilE dayshy9pm. lines.:where the'siz* of the mails and, the number bid Ar"h, s, .
the
the
FOR once specific though highest, will L.l'fPr..rPrflln FERNANDKZ
STATES from, the lat of July. of the, officers will require their employment by' &
the bid the of
Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, star In elent n moderate .A Bln
.f 1 847, to the 30th Jane, 183 1,inclusive,1n Florida nnd Friday, nt 1 a m, arrive,at Tallahassee same the department; and.in:that case, a vepnrate ,a* difference in ihe compensation ;ii. ra.. flip A. COY, gent. -
will be received the office of the Post fur diP and safe of the
at contract
partment ass'rling keeping
difference is such Interfere the
lays by 3 PProposals m. not as to with policyoftbt Ar. ,
Office Department in the city Washington, un. mail iii to rruidpcll'111.e( contractor, under the BleLc.;, .
I : for semi-weekly se/vlce will be con- :. new law,,which look. to a reduction in iU C3"The 'I..m..r SARAH .
til 9. of the 10th March. 1847 (to be decided direction cube '
a. m. department. ,
lid .,1. .c"I1tCrra how,* in with lid .
4 t' "(1Or'AtiOIJ. Eireptjon, \rr tnuvbrt ron"arliisn I. .- (,,' .
I by the lit day of April) on the routes and in 3521. From Monticello by Groovervillc, Ga., 5. Inallca there in to b. a forfeiture of the allowed where the star I liii is n.mle |I.y il I. pr;. Lake orw hundrnl .naij .Et,.

;ij the manner and time herein specified, viz to Thurnesville, 31 miles and back once a week. pray of ,the trip, when the trip U nut run; a for- sent owner of the stock on the route, and it ie dL..J''olf" uji lite Si Julia's river.!

FLORIDA. and. Leave'Monltcello Wednesday at 6 a m,' feiture.of at, l.at one fourth, part of it when the manifest that the reasons for ru.ft rrip; ti.e specific Sept. 12. 1846.
Jacksonville emery
3501. From St. Augustine, by running or arrival is ,so fur bfhird time as to lose bid do not exist in hi* en".. -S _
arrive Thoma,ville day m. -
at same by 5'p
Kirkland, to Su-Mary', Go.,90 miles and back, I the connexion with mail. and forfeiture Florida and
I Leave Thorna* ille every Thursday at 6 am, a depending a 23. On route of ih. highest class wl.ere fourhorse Savannah
; t' once a wpek.LeaveSt. o( a due ;proportion, of it'when a grade of conch or steamboat i 14 Packet 'S.
: Wednesday at2 am, arrive nt Monticcllo same day by 5 p m. transportation rrq'tircd -
t Augustine every 12 35 !2. From Quincy to Cbattahoochie, 21 miles service is rendered inferior to that in the contract. by the sire and importance the mails, th.preference J- P IhlEr'tJnrmesmp,, '.,
arrive at St. Marv's next day by m. These forfeiture be into GASTON C.I'
increased penaltiesof for F.
the
back twice week. may specific hid will be. if i'i.ct
an a necessary
t St. Thursday at 1 rc, arrive -l' k-I
Leave .
Mary'severy
,, 'is. p Leave Quincy every Tuesday and Thursday at higher amount according to the imture or frequency carried to a greater extent of difference than on rive at I'icolar.every !
at St. AugwitinenextdaY by 11 p m. of the failure and 'importance of the the inferior coach ing ni 'J A. M. on each week, and .r'i.'
i ';. 4pm, arrive at Chattahoochio same days by 9 route*, subject, however, to the .
: 3 02. From St. Augustine,by New Smyrna St. mail. exceptions above' stated. P. M. "'r Siivannah via Muiidarin. J11

j L1 Lacie. ftnd Miami river to Key West 600 miles pm.Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and 6. Fines will be imposed,"unless the delinquency 24. A modification nf a lHd. in any of IM essential St. Marys, and. all other immedime UnJUrVnrrive ; ,
I
I i.: and back, twice a month. Friday at 1 a m, arrive at Quincy same days by 6 .he satisfactorily explained in due time, for terms is tantninoimt to a new lnd, and cannot in Snvnnnali, early .>o Snadiy
Leave St. Augusiina on the 1st nod 15th oft' a failing to take from or deliver at, a post office the he received, so as to interfere with regular competition I'n.sIrner for Charleston.can !I... t V

t' tn .ach month, arrive at Key West in seven days. I I m.Proposal for tri-weckly service will be consid mail or any part uf it; for sufFering it to be wet, after the lost hour set fur receiving bids.' in.the evening in she dulylnf fr Sr'll.I 't
: Leave Key West on the 8th and 23d of each ered. injured. lost or destroyed; fur conveying it in a C. JOHNSON. Tlw. Gnslt'n run eulll WUB 1tI

_*, t month, arrive at St. Augustine in seven days. 3523. From Chattahoochie by Ochesee. Btounts- place or manner that exposes it to depredation, PfMima.tiT General. Waslifmrn & Wilder Br> J

f t Proposals fur service once a month will be con- town lola and Fort Gadsden. to Apalachicola loss, or injury;for refuting after demand to convey Poll Office Department Xov. 23. 1846. New York, ,>f which one LiMoll'w. 1
!l. id red. n mail by coach, railroad or steamboat Dec morniti. 1.G
150 miles and back, twice a week from lit October any car 18 12wFLORIDA
f r 3503 From St. Augustine Picolata, 18 miles to hit of June in 'each year, and once a week which the contractor regularly runs on the route Th' Gaston dies not return la BUck Ctrti sij F

Ii. ..rj and back once a week. tho residue. beyond the specified number of trips in the con HOUSE her way to S.iurnnnsih."S,
I. 4L Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a m, From 1st October to 1st June. tract, and for, not arriving at the time set; and ST. AUGUSTINE. E. F. AMES OF PACKET.

I, arrive at Pictlata same day by 12 m. Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and Friday (for setting up or running an express transmit Til IS commodiou e tnli!!_Iiment having The ".....1. composing Lil.

f V v % .., Leave Picolata every Monday at 10 pm, arrive at 12 m, arrive at Apalachicola next days by commercial intelligence- advance( the mail a M undergone thorough' repnirs. H now remly he ilespntrheil regularly every MomUv ufll.. ,,.
; J at St. Augustine next day by 3 a m. 6 r m. penalty will be exacted equal to a quarter'spay. for the I rrrpsion ..(eeiss.rvl4ilnrs. "f''.. Unix CI.1 NTON. 'r. Lv..,,, ml1lp,.'J. It :

I I ,1'npusalsfortwiee. also for three times a week Leave Apalachicola every Tuesday and Thursday ., House has n Southern exposure, *ish long piazzn*.. Brie A tGUST/\/M. Sher.wA,

;i. service will considered. at 5 a m, arrive at Chattahoochie next days 7. The Postmaster General may annul the that furni.h n pleasant promenade. The spacious J I"" 23. 1
d 3504. From Gareys Ferry, by Fort Harlee.Newnansville. by 11 a m: contract for repeated failures for violating the CI.) Rooms, nil provided with flue place, are New bark VF.nNON.W.

and Ellisville, to Alligator 80 From 1st June to 1st October. 1'041 office law; for disobeying the irfiructipna of (III ni hed in the mo t ."mr.lrlahJ.mnnr..r.. DIII l leveiy nnjs SAVANNAH. A. fJlrrJ.r.ul.rJa! .

; I miles and back,once n week. Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday at 12 the department; for refusing to discharge M carrier thin* ha I l>een done' to reii.Ier it n .tlemxl!. Erg EXACT.J. Johi>%im. muMer, J.I It

; Leave Gare,'. Ferry every Tuesday at 4 p m. m, fit rive at Apalachicola next Friday by i 1a m. when required by the depaitiiu-nt; for n4!igning residence Tor invnliiU. Warm bath can be had Brig EXCEL C. B. Smut. ier.Jtitf.

arrive at Alligator next dayby 12 m. Leave Apalachicola every Monday at 9 a m, arrive the contract uithuut the consent of the Iulflmatl- in the homo nt all time*. Th.- %e.ie4 me cumn"nd..1 f-y 'acerpeti.nee.

L Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p ro, arrive at Chnttuhoochift next Wednesday by 111\ m. General, orforsetting up or running anexprrs The table H alwny* supplied with every delienry who will II... .\.-ry .".r'1; ,. I

t. .1 ** at Gareys Ferry next day by 10 a m. Proposals for an additional weekly trip front Isi as &foresnid. thru the murky;. the forest and thesen'ran furiii l'I""" ,,as r"n.I"thl.l.u. II'.af. .

cl Proposals for twice also for three times a week October to 1st June will be considered. 8. "'The'Postmaster General may niter the contract i i.ili. Wine-. and Liquors of the finest quality ill TII.Y still >,i punrtimllr. .1..1 B 4 S

rp service will be conlidered.I 3521. From St. Joseph's to Apalachicola, 25 and aheT the schedule, he allotting' n pro- be found in the Hou,e. canes l*, lowed Its aea l Isv a Sfrn ",.

I .r 3505. From Jackonville to Alligator, 70 miles miles and back, twice week from tat Octol er to, rata iricreave compensation, within the re
and back once a week. 1st June, and once a week the lesiduo of the tion, imposed ,hy law, fur the additional service at Picolutn, the fare nl"which i* reduced to ... ,.
f Leave Jacksonville every Tuesday at G p. m, year. a required, or for the increase of speed, if th* em $1,25. to convey visitors to the Florida Houc. Berth cnn h.' sernrnl a t Sr. A.rn.ise.MMpncntion

arrive at Alligator next day by 12 m. From 1st October to lit June. plnymentof o.ldirionnl.rock or carriers is rendered JOHN DICK Troprietor. in B. 1.. CARR vt CO.. Ajrws ,

I ,I l.) Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p m, arrive Leave St. Joseph's every Monday and Saturday u..c"'a!H but the contractor may, in such cane, Dec 18 8t July 15. ];45. ,

I r1, Jacksonville next day by 9 am. at 7 a m, arrive at Apalachicola same days by 5 relinquish the contract on timely notice, if he ---- NOTICE.ALL S

>, I Proposals for twice also for three times a week p in. prefers it to the CbR gt'. The I Po mauler General -' persons having claims again the F..ti"- S.V.. DOG GET''S S'S

i; service on this route will considered. Leave Apalachicola every Sunday and Friday at may anno! the contract or curtail the service, Wilh'nm Doyd, late cf Benton ,
3506. From Pilatka by Orange Springs Fort 7 ft m, arrivo at 5:. Joseph's same days by 5 i p m. 'and'pay when he wlfhen to dispense with the deceased will present them t'' this suliriiberswithin ruunty S ?

I I a,' King Long Swamp. Okahumka Fort Dade, and From lit June to list October. service \\holeorinpart, or place; higher or the tim. precril .i y law i,r lliev will a *rasa&

.4.J Fort Footer, to Tampa, 155 miles and back, once Leave St.Jo cph's every Saturday at 9 am, arrive different grade of nr'ie:.' on the route Im allowing he barred, and! those indehtett to 11tC'. lticl r:t..,., 'VtfRtoVE I

4 .4. &,week.- -. at A.nalachicola tame day bv. 7 n. m.- one month extra II"yon the amount dispensedwith. will make payment to .* is ., J'-..'*>
;. ; Leay t'llatKaevery iiie.aay at iu a m, arrive I Leave Apalachicola every Friday at 12m, arrive ALBERT CLARK and L
; .:'; at Tampa next Friday by 5 p m. at St. Joseph's same day by 10 p m. 9. The payment will be made through drafts on ADA LINK CLARK -

.. j...1; Leave Tampa every Tuesday at 10 a En, arrive I I 3525. From Bainbridge. Ga.hy Chattaboochie, post offices or othcrwUe. after the expiration of Adminutrator HIM! AdniiniimtrixAusu S EM IN ARY.THE ,.

': S at Pilatka next Friday by 5 p m. Ringgold Mariana, Scurlock' Spring. Webbville each quarter, any in February,, May, August and ta. Bentouco.. 10: F.. Dec. 13, 1846. Cm
j Proposals for twice a week service will be con November rome if ,.,.,
.: *. Campbeiton Geneva Almirante, Milton, Florida- -- in"I".a.n ,1 ;1
... ,. sidered. town, to Pensacola, 231 miles and back, three 10. The distances arc given according to the NOTICE. ...I. i'fiMifiilril IIJMHI; the> piia4plrsi.ductjonsnEnnl..y. ; .
.. 3507. From Pilatka by Enterprise Mellon' times a week. but information; but,im increased pay will be allowed SIX WEEKS niter date. [ .1m| : apply 'It all" S..leal'l. who arre

I ,.t 'ville, 125 mile.and back once a week. Leave Bainhridge every Sunday Wednesday. should they prove tube greater than is mlvermrd Hon. William F. Crsihstr.'.. Ju2| of 1'.- .| ..enier .ll.-:r, mi y. hers'. i''1.'I..!'
I fe, Leave Pilatka every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive ,and Friday at 2 a in, arrive at 1'ermacola! every if the places are correctly namiul.' biile* for the County of Duv.il. for Letters uf All l lminutrntionon niie -lii<,li.., : ,hiie i: > Ih...... who nra tell dl
*
1 j T* at Mellonville next day by 5 p rn. Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. by 4p. m. 11. The Poimastcr General is prohibited I by the entato of J. W. herbert Into lair H pr.fe.!>ion. rmi .select| curL b'3nclr.! .

,; 1/t t.t Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 10 a m, Lnave Pensacola every Sunday Tuesday and law from knowingly making a contract for 'the' of snid county decea.eH. 'bt.41 I.il their j.-rM in (Iii... -

I r"t. : arrive at Pilatka next day by 5 p m. Friday at 8 a m, arrive At Bainbridge every Tuesday transportation of the mail with any person who GEORGE S. HERBERT. Th reuluti..n4 .! th* inptitntini.fswJ '

; 1.I .,' 3503. From Mellonville to New.Smyrna. 30 Thursday, andSunday by 10 p m. shall have entered into any combination, or proposed Jarks..nvflk.inis.isry l.t', 1847.Watclnimker with ih- in-Ie il..tfl i ..f pri.moiu>= l|e l leAf

t : t.. miles and back, onee a week. Proposals to commence the route at Chattahoo to enter into any combination. t<. prevent, nn l tnural niNn>>(' >eni ..f ill n .mlieiTli .

.t' f. Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 6 a m,I chie, will be considered. the making of any bid for a mail! contract by any flfJtlnl QrotfJt, diseiplin, inteniled IA .JItrdr

.fr. arrive at New Smyrna same day by 5 pm. Proposal fur once a week also for twice a week other person or peron, or who shall have made and Jeweller. The IVeeeptor ie. ,,to rislirva,. .nl1 ,

t'.I': Leave New Smyrna every Wednesday at 6 am.., service will be considered. any agreement or shall have given or performed, No. 5 r.lAIN-STKEKT. piN. habits of kind ami Imiia i...Pr&r.-

I : Ii "l. arrive at Mellonvilie same day by 5 p m. 3526. From Marianne, by Onky Hill, and or promised give or perform any consideration Respectfully i inform. the citizens In i.. n'nct' hem rails.. l 1.1 .ap|*. !a ,

1t.i: 3509. From Newnansville to New River 22mile Holmes Valley. to -lichee Anna, 60 miles and to ito, or n".t to do, any thing whatever to inJuce of JiirkoiivilteHiid!ii'lin.ahll'* principles i.f lie heart, than l lv .eevrresJoVAn
f" : and back k. back, once week. 5% ful.n )
once we other ,
t any penon nut to hid for a mail contract. .._I he hu removed) tn llm ho immediately if""h.
I ;: f' Leave Newnansville every Wednesday at 1 pm..,, Leave Marianna every Thursday alGa m, arrive, Particular attention is called to the 28th section thtt' ie.. An Hccurste "..un nf the alelhupwac.I.$,
k *T: b.. arrive at New River same day by 8 p m. at Uchee Anna next day by5 p m. of ho act of 183G, prohibiting combinations to S S adjoining) recently r scholar, and aim.* of the degree of atuisa***

1 ; r :" Leave New River every Wednesday at 5 a m,,, Leave Uchee Anna every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive prevent bidding. occupied as |he 1'.inl ill: is kepi' ; copy .f wInch ccouar,, la a****

I 1.L. arrive atNcwwan*vill same day by 12 m. at Marianna next day by 5 p m. 12. A bid received after time, to wit: the 10th office of the"..fni.IA Statesman."nnd is now prepared with she "'/ .. term bill. 'i* s iaid.ln11v4parent ; lofW]

;i J 3510. From Newnansville. by Santa Fe and I 3527. From Marianna, Jackson county to St. March next, at 9 a. m., or without the. lo execute with pruml'I lud.hll orders con- guardian, whojnay desire if.

; .. ;t. t: Fort Fanning. to Cedar Keys, 108 miles and back, Andrew. Bay 60 mile. and back, once a week. required by law,or that combines saves al guaranty route* in Hted niih, the above line. TERMS ron SESSIOK or "Emf
I :'t1 k. Leave Marianna Mr. Grot h* would also that live has determined i T\rjLf.YC
I once a wee every Thursdry at 6 a ,m, arrive one sum compensation cannot be considered in say .
Higher 00
.. l'' Leave NewnnniJte ev.Wednesday at 7 a m, at St. Andrews Bay next day by 6 p m. competition with a regular proposal not adjudged tocnnfinehis nttnntion. in fmiirr. exclusively Common Branches. t
"1 arrive at Cedar Keys'next day by 7 p m. Leave St. AndrewiBay every Tuesday,at 6 a to ho extravagant. In work in these branrhe lie render hUthitnks Dianrhes, O
Latin
r *-, Leave Cedar Keys every Friday 6 am arrive, m. arrive at Marianna next day by 6 pm. 13. A bidder may offer, where the to the many friends who have given him and G.k. Cl..i... extra.

: .'. at Newnansville! next day by 6 p m. 3528. From Geneva, Ala.. to Clay Bank,, 26 called 1 for iq the advertisement is transportation difficult or their patronage, and frti tn that his exertions here- Lensonin. ...r'cl, given at the rrq fltrf i
c 3511. From Newnamville by Fort Clark, Wacahootie miles and bark, once a week. impracticable at certain alter wilihosuch IM to merit it. rents.Anv S
substitute
I :" and Micanopy to Fort King, 64 miles I Leave Geneva every Tuesday' at 9 a m, at rive infciiurmode of conveyance reasons or intermit to service an From long practise in bi. l 'i"in >,, h. (. pupil withdrawn' from lie Srho rt*''
: :" and week. at Clay Bank 5 himself competent tn give end! except
back once a same day by pm. n specified number of days, weeks, or months., sMinfariion. and 'hi" .*
.J t1 Leave Newnansville 8 Leave Clay Bank Mondayat9 charges will Im moderr.lo and Principal approves. will b* rt'fJlli.cI'Clr.'. .
every Wednesday at a m, every a m, arriveat lie may propose to omit an office that is inacc a- as reanonabtn as
Geneva thoe of tho North. ul''*rl..1 uf tIm session.No .
: arriveatFortKingnetdayby8pin. same day by 5 p m. sihle, or is not. .on the stage road the ,, pNit .
or
railway
Leave Fort King every Friday at 8 a m, arrive, 3529. From Pensacola'by Honey Cut Ala, and at a steamboat landing n* the ca.e mayb or he I I N. B. Clorks ami)'Wntrhes repaired u in. she best deduction mill Le, made in the charge t

at Newnansville next day by 8 p.m. Blakely to Mobile, 72 miles and back three times may oflVr to.ubs'itule an inferior mode of supply; manner.nnd nt she .horte.r assure.a n pupil f.r oceaional ""tr.c-.. In raesiracteil "

3512. From Wacahootie, Emathla, Camp Iz- a week. in such. ;..., He .may 'different day Jnck'onville., Dec. 2G. 1845. .ie I1"'.. requiring the pupil l"l iii-'
; I. '., ard, Homosassa Augusta and Cbocochatie, to Leave Pensacola every Sunday Tuesday and and hours of departure nnd propos.nrrival. provided no drawn (mmntse School l, proper dcditftioa| f"

; : Fort Dade, 98 miles and back, once a week. Friday, at 5 p m,'arrive at Mobile_next day by 11 more running timers HIked, and it is obvioufjhxtno ; FORWARD & ALDRICH, made.Pfttronncr' S wlMiks1*'
Lea Wacahootie every Thursday at 6 a m, a m. ,mail connexion ATTORNEYS AND' COUNSELLORS AT LAW. i I. Wiriled from none _
'I ur other public accommodation!
;; arrive.at Fort Dade next Saturday by 5 p m.Leave Leave Mobile every Monday Thursday' and ,i i. prejudiced., He may itik, for mur. runuing lime ',OMVill practice' the I) evernl Courts i.f Law ,nn unqualified n>i.fideore in the abilliy and" KT'rilv

Fort Dade every Monday at 6 a morrive Saturday at 12.m. arrive at Pensacola next days 'to the trip :during unspecified nnmtrniloy., at and Kquity.jii the E-iMcrn Circuit of ol Ili" Principal.

.. Wacahootie next Wednesday by 5 p m. by'7am. certain seasons of peculiarly bad roads; but beyond \VM. A.,FoRWAKn.: S!. AU21Ilinp. turida The,' srhn,,| is nnw in a fiouriahiDzroa'iUf7) |
3513., From Alligator, b'y SuwIAnee Shoal.. to Proposals for daily service will be considered. these changes.a proposal lot cricediSVrent Louts ALDRICH, Newnar.sville.LIVINGSTON Th tiuildin* i. a large. "H"nll"Jiut.t'! "

,_ Blount's Ferry, 35 mile and hack once a week. 3530. From Key \West by Indian, Key. to from the advertisement will-,prevent: it* being considered t. irnrtitrp, rerent!ly en-cteil tiv- Flofiaa LIEP. $ .

,. Leave Alligator every,Thursday at 5 a m, arrive -, Charleston, S. C., 700 'miles and back once. a in competition! with a ,regular bid not i-et & DOWNING, l.ofl.O.OjF. '
;t at Blount's Ferry same day by 6 p m. month. aside frextravagance. and where The location is on* of well knnwn .J.ta)
hid
; contain
,: ; ':t Leave tflounts Ferry everyFrlday,at.5ajn, arrive Leave Key West from the 16th oth 20th .o( IIny of th t above alterations, their n ATTORNEYS: 03" AND COUNSELLORS ,LAW. ;it.ra: y. .
: Allfgator same day by,6 p m. each month, arrive at Charleston with all practicable b\. estimated in Corannrincr it with disadvantageswill ... niKr._ pirsi.. Will lr1itie.mn th., evernl Courts "f LiiianiIEqaity.in ,natle rates resperiaMo lumlltes .1"r1'7'
; I .4 3: 14. From Alligator by White' Springs. Jasf despatch., pnsals." ----0 -- n. :. : a' !'-' R. a1 lht'. Eastern Circuit of Flur. II. Jaeksonville. K-. March 27th,_1148._
f Benton. Woodland. Cherry Lake. Clifton'and Leave Charleston on the 1st day of each : LtvINOSTUI. Newnansille. '
: r. month 14.:
There should be but &
... one roulo. bid for. in o DOWNING. Fort Agricultural llD..e'.e' !
'
:At3ciIito* Monticcllo." 103 miles and back, once a arrive.at Key West with practicable despatch. proposal. : C.\V King. "
'week. Proposals embrace Cape Florida and St. Augustine 15.T DENSLOW & AVJEBSTERtD .,
rtur.e, .theservice, the the
; yearly
JAMES
,:'Leave' Alligator every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive will be considered. bidder's name and residenct'anI the name pay of each'' \V. BRUNT,. rJNNJH. O.f.O .
at Monticello next Friday by 8pm. 3532 From Key West to St.fAugustine, 600 member'of th. firm ,'h..ra'a ATTORNEY : COUNSELLOR AT LAW S'
: & '
ND
,
offer ,
,
(company, ALXR$ in the following) nrticl" !>*
miles and .
I Leave Monticello every Saturday at 5 a m, ar- back, twice'month. should stat.J-eIsn Jacksonville Fla. ,.
distinctly the '
nude cf otbefluhmenl
.1' l 'ri, *.at Alligator next Monday by 12 m. Leave K.'fI'I 'on the 8th and 23d ort each if conveyance sold.on a* reason a rile terms, as any "
a higher jnoda than horseback is .
3515. From month arrive St. on in ihe Southern.. ",.!. .>
1 t T.U"h..I.e'toSt. Marks; 22 miles at j\ugultin..Irleen days.Leave intended.. -I AUGUSTUS C. .r
:. .:r ,and bark, three times a week. St. Augustine on the ,lit_ and 15th of GILLETT, 'A COAlPLETEas menfof Apiw .Jj
; Leave TaliahanH'ny% Monday Thursday each month, arrive at Key West in seven days. 1C. Th.bid should be sent under seal addressed ATTORNEY AND, COUNSLLOI AT LAW, l'l..rnttn."ron.i.rin.t of 23 diff .nl,**'? ".
and Proposals terminate to the Fir.t Assistant l'ostmaaterGeneral, with Jacksonville patterns.of Ploughs, Hoe*, ('various ki.osl.) Q
.. Saturday, at 7 a m, arrive at St. Marks same to this route at Cedar Keys FJa.
f 4ayibylOam.- instead. of St. Augustine, will be conli4,{ d. Mail Proposal in the Slatof. /-written Tai ar.
't Lear*St. Marks very Monday, Thursday, andSfturday 03": Proposals for( supplying the following' offices I on the face of.theJr.tn; and shoukibo despatched ,Ncw". York Advertisement-. Fnrk,. Patent and Arwrfcsa St,:

at 2 p m, arrive at'' Tallahassee sims in Florida' at a be named I ,in,timn.to b. received, by or,before the -10th Reap Ilnok,. Grain Crndle, Corn SIwISHt
I 'IImo and subject to March next, at 1 0 o'clock, a:m.. ; S and Cob .Cr..1", ,, l'urta FUNL B r..
daysby5pin. the condition of THK
\: 35l&FromTsitahassee.by" New. Port.and St. of the office, are being invited limited: ,to the ,net proceeds 1? The.contracts are'to be executed by or before TREASURY OF HISTORY Mills,Uanl Corn 1\1illl.Sua.! Cuurr.Oa,

.:. r 'M rk., to Shell Point, 32" miles* and back three China Hill, from Quincy, 12' ,miles and)back) the .1st July next.. Comprising a. gcnrral$ outline, of Patent Cbu'n.., Foot Cotton Gins: SAw G \ ,
irtfotue.o" VAn Mills and '
18. Postmasters enr N !
times a week to .New Port.,.and'onc. a week'theesidue. once a week. offices situated opon or near Universal History,, nJer. and'a'sares Co104'Ptn4
4 Reormfrom railroads, but more than eighty rods' from ,.Follassoiiment Whit, Jprnl
/ ; Quincy, 10 miles, and ,bock. once a depot of separate Histories ,oL'every .
'
f?;;: Leave, :llahasseeevery Tuesday, Thursday, week. will, 'Immediately after the 1st,April next.report 'principal Nation that exists, their PainterV artjcle.s. Sperm.Wb.Ix .

r. and Saturday 7 a'm;arrive at New, Port same Troy., from,Columbui,3Smiles. : nnd'back, once a that fact to the department 'stating their exact 'rise. progress 'present. condition &c.. &c Castor Oil.Spinis. Tiirpentine,YsnmLiht'iGui's
'. dsyiti2'pm. week: 'S d 'lluce'rrofn.:lha railroad depot and ho* oiher- BY MUEL MAUNDER. \ Sash ,

Leave NeP4.e'v'rlMonday.' "Wedoesdayand Woodstock Mills. from ,St.- Mary's S ,. ,20, miles wise supplied with ,the mail, -
.rieI' JPatr'-
?iHay.** 7 prfiva a\Tallahassee same days and back General :direct the* 1 be'maiI.frem FonUcarv l>".?. .Wrappirr
am. one*.a week. proper supply to aphJcaf.Tfluur .Literaiy and Scientific ld6X. r4
( PRINTING al WCarpenter i'
I l the'railroad PAPER
.by2pm. by mail from ,
farm: I. messengers, : Trea.ury. '& includinc '
for A bid where change from advertisement f.t Is GA
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Tr ;
Leave 6am and after the 1st ?,and Coopers Fp'
arrive nit.S .
Newport I'flf15&tu "y.al ,. July THE IllS TORY
.is contemplated.by';fbe bidder,' 19. Under S op AMERICA, SEEDS; warranted as"good 'as aay ia .Ti., .-
a Shell Point I ihu '
|, samo day by 10. actcrJd1\fAfcJt. 1845 the
am. : routeis ,FDfllD: BY
'"J,(or.WDM the here JOHN INMA Esq. I *
f *, case,maybe) [ write the .nJ lirill
Leave Shell,Point every Saturday 1 p m, *r* !..Ip.Of' n.am"I in full]of,[here state the resilience la be let to,the. lowest .oiifderr. tendering siiffi, jComplete', in, (wo.volumes, large, octavo. ,. with ed.tCl.Orders'thaiskFuIIyc.'irrd' P 5'?

., rivat Newport same da,.by 6pm.. orreiidnces] hereby propos totarryzhe'maiIon cc4 guaraniies for/athruprrfirmance! : ,'withoutiberreferenfo engravings, $4. An edition l in paper C'tf' pi)1$1C) : S" ''

:*Proposals.{ to xtend tbe-(weekly service toSt. No., fromj -..,tp, 1I..JI..nl; \; totho.. mo4ei.r.t transpoitationthan' compee-suhtallefsrfl1JILne.$3; .' f. Ssitrb.PA..4Dn! :

Macks, will be considered ". ..* '.- ,,, !- I the ad vet tiserqentc% u requires? in the time stated i ia id may'oV necessary' U phividtf I for the duo celerity -IUSIMDANIEL ;ADEE PubUArr.', .'. I ;'J'c1T-OID ;:P1IJI'HJIK-

: .3317.FtcnU, TiUtJusle; by Lipta*, Mtrion, the'a i..D by thi frlbrfrig mode of co. certainty Whr; ad security of.spcf traa'poft'at>ril': P 1.I ti- { i IOE"p1ls, h ot.AL;; tsCkTIuJ&XptDi. T
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