The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I all announce* master so may prietors on one sot deraaaMg1 V .
dollars willbe cha1'1ted'Cot with the Chinese Empire of ,
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Notice to Debtors and Creditors of Adhjinistradon I I* '5 00 CONCLULED JULY ports into China; ant ,\M :there/ and without breaking bulk; inwhichcase particular spot_ but mch eoadattiag U
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Application 33":: ,All religious notices will be inserted. fatal. By the 1ru&.entofthe America '. oft purchase therein, .and.. iporttotheir. he will not .be subject. _to,pay tonnage wilt justice and moderation. Aid aay V V.M, j
osQT. t i ; own or 4ny/dther.pNGrrtM eommaakaUons will < | or charges, dectiofMIdcemeterieebys jeiz V f
; charged 03: All admissable ts advertisement* A manner of' merchandise,* 0!! his arrival at another port, he shall :of China, shall be severely puaialted. V ":

ur\\11:: bills for Job Printing mast be paid on the Whereas a treaty of peace the, United ataity, importation i orCzporatih oip1' pVpc'eed. to discharge cargo; !when he according .to.. law V V, ,J.

1 .iielivtyOl eommutnpaf the work. most be addressed to and commerce, between bited by this, treaty + Inr.t .ta will pay the duties vessel cargo; '..At the placesofftflchorageof :t,

t .GILLETt gqrAlI& JIAU.Ut JOl191I States' of America- )and"the' Ta Ting' :\vJicltare! prescribe _,,th tiiPhei 'according to law And _the tonnage sels 1 .of the United State, theckkeea of .,:.

: Empire, was concluded and signed! at' inbefore established ind. jo other chargeswhatsoerer. .dliti shall beheld be due after the the United State,Wrchaats, see...,'<< .. : ,

HOLMES &CO. Wang Hiyaj on the third'iCly'of'loly, ;, f .J I expiration: of the*said' forty eight honrsJUfclCLEXl. or others Sojourning theft mayand .. S ;.
bate I'f"mt.vM one thousand eight hundred and.fortyfour I r.- .. ,
1\f"ESSRS. HOLMES & CO., V JtTIcLBer S A. r pa sJn. the immediate rwng1 : -: "

, :.Ill..thf'ir stock i f Marchandixe: tbti United to the States large ; which treaty is, ordJor word V as I Whenever any iheijant ,. sael..,_- The 'sup"rimem\1ent.\ cu'ruinsin V hood ) but they shall not at their pIta. V

buttling formerly occupied by Building. To/ have follows i longing to the United Sites shall enter, order .to the collection of the proper., sure1 mak excmfoos. jnt0 the eeoBinr f
known as the Government arrivals from THE 17. 3* OP AMERICA AND THE TA TSING either the.said' ,five L f trade duties will made him among the ,vill shall S t.:
dried to their,stock, by the late rts. dr application to fcjt-large| : ,\nor ;
!New Y*'k. s fun suorl'flefltOI Dry Good, Gro. EMPIRE. her papers shall be. aged ,with the thrOugh,the consul, appoint suitable officers they repair So *tKpMic marts for tke

:< .ceriH: .rdwaiT. Provisions, &e. &c., 'which Desiring to establish firm, lastingand consul or person char I with aflairs .who shall proceed in the, presence purpose of disposing i of goods unlawfully V I

-th% 'y arXprvpared prepared to wll At to reduced purchase, prices.Cotton, sincere friendship between the..two'nation's who will'report the'sae, to the 'commissioner : of the captain, supercargo, or,consignee and in fraud of the retenue. '-: ;

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:ihigbest Market rates and make cash advances on ner clear) and positive, by means- of a shall be paid on.sal vessel, at the of all 'goods in the act ,of being the public peace, :the local officers.of V

.enn"tnrm-ntl In their fii 'nds in Savannah and treaty or general convention of peace rate of five mdce per Ui"i if she be over discharged for i importation, or']laden for government, each of the five. ..port% V.

.(;harl .lon.have or a New new York.Tb.y article. of Wrought Iron amity, and commerce, the ruka which' one .hundred and fifty/ins, .burden ; and exportation on board any merchant vesHl shall in concert with the consols, define ,. ,

1'llMtih.-In which they would respectfully call shall in future be mutually observed in one mace per ton, if SB, be..of the burden of the United States. And if dIspute the limits beyond which U shall) st :

J.ck.- nrill" Nov. 6. tf : for which most desirable object, according to the aioif nt of her ton-. goods subject to an advalorem duty orfn.regardto StMeStgo. VV V H ,
the President of the United States has r- A a "
DR. AMBLER, would nOMe, as specified in he register ; said the amount of tare, and_ ARTICLE ivnr. *, ;
| e 1V0 nOli.t'.e\h. h* Ills' conferred full powers on their commis payment to be in full e the! former charges -; the same cannot be satisfactorily It.shan be lawful for the officers "* '.
4*e. I located himself in Jack* sioner, Caleb Cushing, envoy extraordi* of measurement\and other fees, ranged by the parties, the question may citizens of the United States to employ V *

.cmvill". in the practice of Dentistry. and having; nary and minister plenipotentiary of which are wholly abclished. And if within twenty four hours, and not afterwards scholars and people pf any part of China t
intends tote
jotherbu' interpMs winter in lh residence place itcciuinn' the United States to China : and the any vessel, which haling anchored atone be referred to the said consulto without distinction of persons to t

ally m* viniting iths permanent some other places in tbd vicintfy, in August Sovereign of the Tn Tsing empire of the said pods; and there paid adjust with the superintendent. of teach any of the languages of the .empire .

"M. ..a1If"curin to the community. the genera! on his minister and commissioner tonnage duty, shall lite occation.to go customs. tad to assist in literary labors ; V
of a permanent .....iltpnce.All extraordinary, Tsiyeng, of the Imperial and the ] shall .
--advantage to any other of the ports to com ARTICLE XII. persons so employed, not, ,
operation. in Dentistry performed nn l.warranted house, a vice-guardian of the heir apparent plete the disposal lir cargo, the 'consul -* Sets of standard .balances: and also for that cause, be, subject to any injury 0

Teeth eel from a single one to an entire set. governor general of the 'l:>voKwangs or person charge!with affairs, will weights and measures, duly l prepared on the part! either of the government or V

Nov.27. '46. tf and, superintendent general of rep rt the same to thj commissioner of stamped, and sealed, according to the of individuals;'and Itahall.lD like man. .

the trade and reign intercourse- of the V customs, who, on.thedepariure ,of the standard of-the custom house at.Canton ner be lawful for citizens of the United

I Runaway Negro Canglit Five Ports. .said vessel, shall note in. the port clearance shall be delivered by the superintendents States tor purchase all manner of booksin
TAKKN UI' ami committed to JAil. a And the said commissioners after
that the T.agetduties have been of customs to the cpnsul at China. V
I ......11t 25 of R P, five (Wtix .
ojrnunnn yeiirs having exchanged their said full powers and the the other each of the five unifor. ARTICLE XIX. '
r t. i"r.hPA in height bright black, slightly paid, report ame to ports to secure V '
pork mxrketl. gives his nnme n< ISAAC ; and duly considered the premises, customhouse; in which case, en enter mity, and prevent confusion in measures All citizens.of V the United States in V t.s CS

I Iia4 on a ftliirf nn'f pant at the lime of his Hri.'i .. \%'m. P.T:mijf. if ilnlIiJUtwiriHijIi -
nn-i 4LT4. lift hri.hns I f. fIt owrrtPre4t.l u ARTICLE i. only>> pay duty there on her cargo, but ARTICLE xio. besmgVplaced on a common.footing .; I

Mitvt.i. tot mow f-.r'''nn rn'ln"|. prove properly. p j I There'shall be perfect permanent shall not be subject to the payment of S The tonnage. duty on vessels belonging of amity and good will with Subjects V

.. .lt4rgeLt: ant Ink" him n"'qy and universal peace mid a sinceie and tonn&ge duty a second, time to itizens of the U. States.shall. of China, shall receive and enjoy 4

JOHN PARKER cordial amity between the United be their admitted for themselves_ and everything
: ,V1t. paid on being to en appertaining
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. 83\ s..t..m''r).riT"f( HtlM.ft....., r .(| county.13Itf. tf. States of Americ-j on the one part, and Fo tonnage'duty shall bo recpmvJorj try. Duties of imp rt shall be paid o'Sit. to them,.the.special protection, 4 P POfVthO

Tampa the Ta Tsing .empire on the other part; boats belonging to citizens of the U n; discharge of the goods, and duties f local authorities of government. .

For Salcf and between their people, respectively, ted'States, employed in the conveyanceof of export AH the landing of the same who shall defend them from all insultor

\ V4I.U8I.F'iec.' .(1id<< containing without exception of persons or places. passengers, baggage, letters, and articles \Vhen.a1, sucn-auy ..."L.vp..beelt: paid injury of any sort on the part of the*

..:J.;.1 2 12 an<, riilly: .huale oti Fleming* ARTICLE II. provision, or others not subjectto I and not before, the superintendent:eel 'Chinese. If their dwellings orproper- j

1.:",ad.tilt,I...St. John* rir.*r. For q it<*.rrf|.tiontfilklai Citizens of the United States resort tooT fiomnny of.the five customs shall give a port, clearance ty w thtpJtflp4flT attacked Hymo&y j
duty ports.
.. ..f slw! i'iI.! and olio, for ter'na.iwpir Incendiaries other
l.'ju ifity ;log to China for the purposes of commerce All boats however nnd the consul shall return the ships or violent or lawless j
irnf ,
.. of Or. A. S. Bat-livtn, arkennviUp, cargo ,
lh.* inWrilvr' atV,...*'* I lik*, :Murioti cotintv. will pay the duti s of import and merchandise subject to duty, shall pay papers,'.so that she may depart on.her persons, the local officers/or requisition '

r- FlHrWa. S, F.. 1UUIDAY.: export prescribed in the tariff; whichis the regular tonnage duty of one mace voyage The duties shall be paid to of the consul will immediately V
i. .. Octnl-r2.l.. 13ia if. fixed by and made u part: of this trea ton, provided they belong to citizensof the shroffs authorized bv the Chinese despatch a military force ,to di pelJe- :_
.. t _- .SS t)'. They shall in no case be subjectto per the United States, but not if hired by government to receive the same, :m: its the,rioters, and will apprehend the'gnjl l- t

::;::4: t; .. Administrator's Notice other or higher duties than are or them from subjects of China. behalf. Duties payable/ merchants ty individuals, and puaishthem with .
OTICE l I. .lieivli..y ivi-H to creditor ..r. nnd. shall bo required of the people of any I II I of.the U. States'shall received eitherin thee utmost rigor of the'law. V
in iii" E.tn' ABTICLE VIII.
trHmiion !
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'1 (p.T nil ., whom other nation whatever. i'ees and charges scee silver or-in foreign money/at & XX.Citizens .V
Ai Jnhn Wock .d . hare (rhiin set .!.1t"'MncJ'a''Pt' agfft *l of every sort are wholly abolished; the rat of exchange as ascertained by I, ::of the United Slates who S
,.. y any vessels,bound in shall be allowed to en V
S .*"niKTf in,1.1| crta'e ihnt t't4.. *** ii.*. *anw t.e.fibibiie.1 and officers of the re.enuevho maybe the regulations'now iiv force. And imported may have imported merchandise iota

I" ,, or ..li'j.witfrl. within ibe.{teritxl of two guilty of exaction, shall be punished gage pilots, who will ,report said vessels goods on their resale oz'transit any of,the free ports of China, and;pard : .
-> :yr fMmiUo 2It thy October 1845, they. will tf the at tbeVpasses, mid take them into in of the shall the duty thereon if they desireto S
.t. laws of China empire be sub.
the Judge car according to.the any part re-
: barred. Mnlilmt I will apply to end when the'lawful duties have *
... Probates of lliU")lMtrMti!li Cxmiy ..n th.. ftHirlhS4turdayinO Chinese government.desire to modify in port; ject to the imposition of' jio other duty export the'same, in dan or in' whole to. S

.....r.. <*t<>Vrr 1847. for a final discbarpu respect the said tariff such modifications all been, paid, they may engage pilots than they are.accustomed. to pay: at the any other of the'said' ports, shall'be entitled .'. ,
any leave It shall also be' lawful '
U.. from n) Admtnittratinn.. shall be made only in consultation ta port. date of this.treaty. to'make: application,through their :
WILIIAMVEEKS.. AJmV.Tampa consuls other functionaries for them to hire at pleasure servants, : ARTICLE XIV consul,* 'to the superintendent( customs S' .

.... ,Dec.25, 1346. Omffjt thereto with duly authorized or in behalf of the compradors, linguists, and writers, and I No goods on board ,any ,merchant who, in order to, prevent frauds V

,.... Administratrix Noticej United States, and with consent there pa&age or cargo boats and to' employ : vessel of the United ,States in port,are on the revenue, shall cause exattiaa V .
seam-eo and for whatever -
:j Totice i< hereby given ta ciediior fer,and peril )f.iV And if additional advantages or laborers,' persons 'I tor.be:: transhipped another vessel, tion to be made by suitable officers, tcV
.w*PI1t it led todurribtHionin the Kstale of necessary: service, (ora reasonable that duties'paid such
be less there occasion there see on goods:
of whatever particular r
M ubw HincUey chaceaAt'd.anti to all persons who privileges, description compensation to.be agreed on by, the'
entered 011' the custom-b book
." .lnt have claims demands whateveriq conceded hereafter by China toV any for ; in which case the occasion shall be as u18 V S
any settled to'the '
*? ;or interest in nil 14ttP. tlnrt unless theUmflheeihtbUed other nation, the United b'tales,\and the parties, by application certified by the consul to the superintendent !. correspond( with .the representation V ,

; or asserteil.within the period i'ftWOyr5r citizens thereof, shall be entitled thereupon consular officer of ,their, government, of customs,who raayappoint officers made; and :that 'the goods remain with,'
from thi .Ute. >U btt barred.s .- without interference on the part of the their, marks V .S
. tVy w equal and impartialparticipation to examine into the facts, and. permit to original unchanged, andshall" .
to a compete
-- Penuu .k mmxls the the Chinese
having clnim and against local officers of govern- then.make a memefandnm in the
t '!toJohn M. of the same transhipment. And if any:goods, be
are req'.eieel to ptesent
\.. JJeInt I' h Marion c..untl,and Th m. C. FJIu, ment. transhipped without such 'application, port clearance' of 'the'goods and the; ,
.... ARTICLEIII.The ARTICLE IX. amount of duties the and V ...
& .county, as my ixnts,-witliuuf ilelay.FRANCES United Statesare inquiry, and permit, they shall be subject paid pa same, .
&be" citizens of, the Whenever merchant vessels '
HINDLEY. belong., delivered the/same to the erCh
to forfeited to the .Chinese ; a j.
,Wt.s Admin. ltratrix. permitted to frequent the five ports of ing',, to the United States, shall have entered -' ernment. gov and, shall only certify the facts to tbeofitcers V V V V

rr---. -Aguit 14th. 1340 Cm Kwangchow, Amoy,. Fu hoW,',Ningpo, port, 'the 'superintendent of'cus ARTICLE v .XV.' of customs of the other ports. V "1

. hAdinjiijsrator'g' Notice and Shanghai, and' to reside with their, toms will, if he see" fit, appoint customhouse The former S limitation of the trade of All-which being done,.on ''the arrival in S V

, A.' .HE cmlitorr.. ilutributee and others Interested -' families and trade there,'and to proceed, officers to guard said vessels who nations to certaia port of the vessel in.which the goods V
in the Kstate: of William, McCulley, with their vessefs and mer board the their foreign persons appointed ..
. at pleasure .may live on ship or own: are laden, and every'thing being found 1
Canton the'
. isle at by
01 *f Nastau Florida, deceased, are government,
cnoqty. chandiie and from foreign port convenience but
any boats at their! ; ,provision examination there V
II"'g" Lereby cited and 1tC1 lnWuhtHl to he .and .appear : and commonly called hafcg .merchants, correspond,
5tan before the Hunorablc, the' Judge of. ..Prob -' and, either of:the said five ,ports, and for the subsistence of< said officers having 'been abolished .citizens of the she'shall be permitted to break bulk,* .

;1.-.I .L..te,.nf Nauau county- a Court of Probate, to from either of the said five. ports to any; shall:. '"made by die superintendent. of ,.U.,States .engaged: : in ,th#purchase or and land'.the said goods; without feif>g V

"IIItC. ..U-tt the,Court BOUM, in.sIclcounty'on the other of themv But. said vessels shall 1' ,customs, and they hall not be entitledto Subject ,to ther of' additieBal 4 V -V
&Je "* : cnuiise if"yd7k1 sale ofgoods import or export, are payment any .
MoaCay m April. 1347, and shew the other of .
enter -ports the vessel
unlawfully from
*. why I should nor be ..dlsrhairedaO'ConKfrailmiiitstratioiipr not and any .allowance: or. ,, admitted to,trade with a.t1y,and all sub duty thereon. But if, tin suckwa ,.
a cl'A. from the' Esiaie'ofM I China, nor carry"on a clandestine. ownerthereof: ; and.they shall be sub of'China without dkmnctionthey ruination, the superintendent of cawteew VS .' .S V.. :

rt'1- WflUani M CuUe1. in purwance of an,my fraudulent'trade along,the.coasts thereof ject to suitable punishment for any 'exaction jects shall be to new limitations .shall detect aay fraadf'oa thereveatiein : ;
not subject
. ruettiaa tbeq and ibvre to b.madw by me to .aidE And, any Vessel belonging (b a citizen practised by' them in violation.of any the case theathegodaakli be sub V .
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'Ji : business by : S .
impeded:, .
It ALB RTJ, Adro'or. : of.the,United States which'violates. nor., :
-= \ ; thisregulation.V ., ject toforfueandcoIifiicatioatetk. J
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:oot14oc1I Milk; Sept. 18, 184B. 6m V V rnonopoliea or other injurious restrictions. S
i.. .shall with her. ..be.ubJect .. "
l proviso, osrgp '
: this V_ T ..ARTICLE.. -. Chkesegoverameat. ;; ".J ; ,: ..
, Admiaistrator'9 NeUCC.S ,' .to confiscationto.thoCIiinese. ; 1 .'Whenever, a merchant.vessel'felongibg &RT' LBX! .,. V c '.ARTKLW.V' S, '... .I
MONTHS after date I shall.present ,
. 1.\ SIX:c4Qfls and Touchers,;as'administrator myIt oft government, ; v t; ..to .the;United States.shall cast. .anchor The:: Chinese ,government willf 'not Subjectsfof China; who .may be pi!... : .
be-_. ; ",'the of John Robertson, .laie of Columbia, ly.VFQrihesuperiteb4enca' and' in_either of:the: aid ports, the supercargo )Bold itself'responsible for any' 'debts1; tyef'any:criminal'act i rcl.i..' .. .'V.." 4'

Lr U1jr. edto the 'H ;n. Jodjeof Probate : regulation master .or, consignee, will,. which/.ipayhappcn.totbe:4ue: fvomsject8ofchliaVto -,I ..c#ynUedStates, hall be..,.... .. ; V
. ..:::1.. .ZsI4QDty.* for fin** .seuletnenrof said,Ei- I of the 'concerns of citizens oC'theUn within! i ctyeight hourS, dejposite:t e'JShlp' citi/jsms.of.the, United : Wishad by the: ehiHl.' ...aIaeii4 : : :-::.. It1a
au the time fur letter. f .business .ihe .
: .tttd at same apply t d States: ;doing ,:at the; ;
: ik the hands of the,. according. to laws ,OCk1RI4 ;.J '
I 'IUMionsa suth administrator, of"bkb.U, papers' ; ,, COBsul States, arforaudecoinrnitted by them; i
' "t;. ?utereste4 in taut Estate.are desired to take said .five,port i, the government, of" ;:persOn, charged,with:the afiaksI but cItzenSofhC1ItitedSteSrNay: : 'and;ejtixens' -of 'the-United SUUt, wbe .'i: ; I,: V. _

. LjV *a JAS. R. ROBERTSON,. United\ States.may Appoint .consuls or' I, the' united'States,',wl%:yillcausexip: '. seek 'redress.* in law-y and' on suitablyreprwentatiofe 'may.'commit aayeriBaeia0* _... "trli V .Z ...f. ...,:<.".

r'IlI_,".S -" "a.16.1846. Administrator..; other officers at,'the same, who shall. be be communicated_ to the: superintendent, "Joeing'madetathe! Chinese ..: be subject to be tried.aa41..... R VV .' '. : '
S assuCh the officersof .
;. ,:lA..htlstratei"a: Netfee, .1 duly" recognized. by of,'customs' Vtru&repcurt ortho. name local,nttthori tie*,,throubthe con :ly by the 'coaftu), Shallhold .
' ,. [II MONTHS af'ter.du.i I shaH "flIbjPP1IIPr the Chinese, government,, and and (tonnage $1UCKVVcV) the names.' sul will cauW eeaInlnataon1n: : of the:United ea'tkerithorbed ... .... 'V '.. {'
: .., ; .. of Probate for official i iQteKOuriB and. oorrcspondeae '- they ; : '
to the H Judge 'tetai, kwi
porabla ?
j ; ortier);menY ahd of the cirgp pn boatd'j; thepreie.nd 'take.,all proper Jt eps wcordrng i :
"f ; .MUsty nf Nassau,fur a final settlement and.1 j jof I.t.h., ".lattery either personal:pii > :United :Slatw... .AM '{a'ederpte VV....iIt ., '. ', '
; i&di superiotenJent the L
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d...... en .tI.. e-.uteofWniUmCO'NeiJIlst! I .! w! ing"a.,ocfcuipn .yr eqttireoii: will;give' a:jirmit::fo t liedischarge; of debtor (ri dor wiiti ar t1Or: efitk." >a ot VAFoEHe1 "3r aai dkKtaifttr .:'., :.V a t

i l deountr. deceased, and.for'a final. discharje' lettw. or'equab!,and reciprocal. respect. b. ber..GIU'go. .' ,1s"' .*..**" ', '. 'liiadenrnifiid.' i_!: ..1a: ,Uait\, .., .M. a.s..i .i.: .jwksbrijt .. ."'. VV ..
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JI AC.'al8 i i4tr'8'.lfed ... thergit: to,.mfljkerepre V5 < un4e44el1ara>> ,4Vtho ted tosubjeetifof,China,'.the l latter' the Uiit4'S4it.dChi'boIRgef: S .> < .
(-, IX. MONTHS after data t to tI'e.Ii'S w _officef.'bf fheChiof ; mayseckCredreii'ii ., e V
sballepy thesup '
Mmeto. : : ', i liNei: % 'HcLtiiYeh.:
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;t): .-at, or N '-'../for. a dtc srge ..:AamJm ,J1 ; i bfi.haiin; the .:&....lIIfe.ubt. : i t e1odejture: oll*: : !,Cld-, s:c M alr;;bst without mycUk kbi.lity aelai8ftH 'N." \ Win et. .': '
.. .Os thoteUe4r1ft ,'S Ch t:" : 11.ti1 H d'1ii' neV3veamet?t '\ "B8t jf the l msatecefp8VoRia 'feli. f a the fit;of;the.U tel itde freely;taai4. freiaTtlieefaa ivp i .. .
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f: : T l1ing or exterminating, to the
: injurious
'f'1 .wkh aiiyfoTeifm-nation i : vhateTeTjiiBd for' shall.. <<::1":8ufTeied** to;'prosecutejheir "of'''* } : would y--TT.: .
4 !' di; .5 .. that'eause should exclude< turn
from 'enter jnrjf her'' pdrts still the tation or embarrassment. "' >.- ?"". ; : of the war are all laid '
yes- \ frn. ",- t ''\ forty : i { rb amble', driving the In- open.and ....
:r". eels of the:United Slates shall the ARzEXXix. \ 4'k., .
; not mented
.4jI : twenty ,his upon and the i i.
: | appetite upon, enemy
; .'t less continue to pursue ihcir'commerce: The local authorttjes of thV'Chinesegovernmerfrwill eJlb ;
j : : the duly
and into informed, of, ,
unprotected\ ,
1t: freedom,and be apprehended i ,. every. movcmeat th
: !:1:; in -security, nnd to transport cause to ,L.. in '
where is
i':.* '1! goods tnt1: :froriJ the ports of-the all mutineers or deserters from on and, would revenge be, to take place. To crowii thft.,ji ''I 1ft-
full board the vessels of the United Siaies brutality ter from Gen. TAYLOR
I; belligerent-! parties, respect being T : was reeeat7]
..;; ; tpaid to the, ',neutrality,of the, flag of the in China, rind will deliver them up to l the presented by published, .wherein he censures the ad-
United States 5' Provided,.That: the said the consuls or other officers for punish \ ministr thrn. This
o ,
coming (
: t .;4; flag,'shall not: 'protect resels' engaged tnent., And if criminals. ,.subjects, of e, of the .conditionlbf the roe tfet
t.;:J F in /transportation; :of officers, 'or soldiers China, take refuge*In the houses on State -a year since, and' formercommander-in-chiefofowaraw
':'1; .- in the enemy's service ; .nor shall board the vcssels'ofcitrzensof"theUhitedStates : -' : j--:"Agent' v ,at the* time, we cannot ,be-termed less than ,an act o//

:.r er t: 1' : 'said'flag fraudulcntly-used; d to enable' they shall not b'eharfiored or -his* representations to be .'utter folly. It was' sauj that this letter
.:,t' \; the, enemies'ships1\ with their: cargoes, concealed, but,shall bevdelivered..up to the deductions : was published by Gen. GAMES but
rt 1 i; >. rto enter the :ports of China;' but all j justice, on 'due'requisition by the: Chinese i- T is upon con i has been denied. However ; this

I Ir1I {.' (*uchvvessels so.ofTending shall be'subject local l ffi rs'addrcssed. to' those. of :* this stafe:_ of_things that the effect

i : :tL'1i. forfeiture'and confiscation to thc the-United-' 'States.' < ) Sr: & :; (: e agrees with himself and of these publication is undoubtedly ft*,

: tr s'4 > Chinese1 government': I III The merchants, seamen, 'arid' other, 1St '.: : tb the whole of the rest of astrous, and we are happy to perceirt
;:4. .. 'citizmfcoftiM United-Slates shall that Government has
ARTICLExxni. r e at
; of Florida.] The citizens length-takes
il ,t r": :rc: The consuls 'of' United 'states, at.f under the snperihtendence of the' 'appropriate"bfficers Jna be i notice of it. In the Union of We
rl. f; :f' each of tho five ports open to foreign of their qoVe'rnmeht.If 'deHt r ( I i g -desire to be scal ult. find the 29th

,,.. .j'i,* ?.. trade shall make itfrtually, ;.to''theses-. ; individuals of eith i!naion, .c'om'mij! : \ tit ,\\ \ ed, wish{ the' 'Indiansto be we following. C/csenl
; .tr I '.'''pective! governor/ bd.rnl bercof,' de-: acts of vi 1eriC'inti' disorder; u5e.arms, : J. Abntr Aif. : : On, the contrary, Captain Order.

it 'tuje&yeort. of trie liumberof vessels' to the i injury"of others, ,or create ,..disrturbahces ha acknowledging them The.following regulations hare beet
, I..' belonging to thelThited States'which endangering life, the.officers, received from the War Departme''.
i ;; 1 have entered and left said ports during thejtwo governments will' exert them- Jeifers? neighbors, wish- WAR DEPARTMENT, '
:; tt"i;: /.' the year, and of the amount and value elve.o enforce order' and to maintain. Jiyered i \ in' the State proba Washington l Jan. 28, 1S1.t.rd I

I } --f: of goods Import.M.:2!. exported in" said yie public peace, by doln. irnpartial: .jfdgpn ? ; J \ view to promote a, little, The .President of the United States

.; '!;r. essels: fojnransi. in. to,and inspection I justice in the premises. and to show that directs that paragraph 650 of the Gen .
I i < 'oT the,boaSit!Smiue.' i ARTICLE'xxx.. eral Regulations for the
;;:c >. ) tab
t if: AacxIv.i ; The superior authorities! of'the-Uni ,' is a man of war, and is'nt lished on the 1st of March, Ij25f lad j

, i t ::!t; citizens oftl e.United States'have ted Statrs'Srid' of China in corresponding oS. ,fl. was the state of things' not included among those published(

? I,' 't ,' special occasion to address any com together :shall, .do so in terms of e- ered lj!, f ; how is .it now.. Not January, 1841, be now republfihed,
: :t municatiou to the Chinese lo officers quality, and I1the' form mutual com- :men the beautiful picture of 'and .that its observance as a part 0( the
:! ; government. they shallJbmlt'. the m u niation'( cwiwui..) The Consuls,' T/1ur: in which the In General Regulations be strictly eajoiae4

r I t ;.,J.: same to their consul, or other officer, and the local officers, civil and, mijitary, tis. Feli upon the Army. ..
f.ffi :. to determine if the l: ngungc.'bc"propcr in corresponding together, shall likewise as given us by the wri By order of the Presidentv. :

I : : and respectful and the matter just aud employ' the' style and,'form of mutual we apprehend that L. MARCY, '

t?.: !;. right ; he shall transmit the} same to the communication (chau hwui.) When sing can ten another tale.- Secretary War.

i ; ; appropriate authorities! for their consideration Snferiorofficers of thc one government ns have strayed two hun The following is,the paragraph of the
f .; :. and action. in the premises.In .- address superior officers of the ther, General Regulations for the Army ev
In the the limits
,:. .( :'.i like manner. if subjects of China they shall do so in the 'style and form of t rom assigned tablished on the 1st of March, l&25r
: i'. have special occasion to address the memorial (skin chin.) Private indi.vidu-I 9th Inst. : } : is too well known 'for ferred to above :

; ;* :: consul ,of the United States, they shallsubmit als, in addressing superior officers, shall takes to deny, although he "650. Private letters or reports rel*

;:: ':! the communication to the lo- employ the style petition (pin ching.) its \ are quietly settled with- tive to military marches and operation

I I;. *. i : calauthoritiesofthewowri_ government, In no case shall any terms or style be to be of the barren and cir- are frequently mischievous in design
to determine if th6 language be respect- suffered which shall be offensive or disrespectful and always disgraceful to the arm .-
.I E ful and proper,'and the matter just and to either party. And it is a- the / region assigned them by I II I They are therefore strictly forbiddeoj;
T1 Tight, in which case the said authorities greed that no presents, under any pre As .we States." That they bave and any officer( found guilty of making

;i : : will transmit 'the'same to the con- text orform whatever, shall ever be demanded to plunder and ravage the such report for publication, without spe

-4 ;. *ul or other officer for his consideration of the United States by China, : to them is also cial permission, or of placing the writ-
: -a and action in the premises. And or of C hina bythe United States. present in ; the testimony of the ing beyond his control, so that it find,
f ::4 if controversies arise between citizens ARTICLE XXXI. : its way to the press within one rn nth!
;) of the United States,and subjects of Communications from the Government 'Capt : Marion and Orange after the termination of the campaign

) ;: China, which cannot be amicably settled of the United States to the court to the .this is doubted by to which it relates, shall be dismiss 4

, b 4 otherwise, the same shall be examined of China shaH'be" transmitted through zens of in the Herald. Moreover, from thi'service."
; r: 'and decided conformably to justice the medium of the imperial commissioner I of the Uy order :
? will representative
rr"! : and equity' by' the "public\ oflrcers oft charged with the superintendence of before W. G. FREEMAN, I
I. the '. the concerns of foreign nations with perhaps 1 county the
) two nations acting in conjunction.ARTICLE1 Assistant Adjutant General.4Ye !.
. 2 XXV. China, or through the governor general issue. is sufficient of itself to
; that
i the resolutions
:: t-; All questions in regard to rights i of the Liang Kwang, that}of Alinand tioro( much dreaded events presume pased I
whether arisin, Cheh or that of the Linng.Ii. in the Mouse of Representative 09 .
of ,
property orjperson, ; tion; we I: yeir since by Captain I
"between citizens of the United State$; AKTICLEWhenevpr XXIU- : the 30th ult., ironically complimentingGen 0
actually transp1red'-
in 'China; shall be subject to the jurii shipsW fwtlnftfnlled! TAILOR in the highest termi/of
I States..jiu-"* tnn6r| the protection of is near tW'b' have transgressed their
.: diction, aad regulated by the au'lhori his conduct at Monterey, be cnnectcd .
d: ties of their own government ; and.&* tne'commerce of their country, shall arrive beyond two hundred miles, nnd may
: at of the with this. They iafict <
'.OHltFOVCTdOO* oo.unini;' *n en Inn be- : any ports'of China, the the to plunder. Thb is were IHat
1: tween citizens of the United States and commanders of said ships, and the superior press resolutions of censure, and passed by <
mently the passions and \.j-
': L' the subjects of any other government ]local authorities of the government majority of 40. This shows the erect VtUt
1 1' shall be regulated b\ the treaties existing shall hold,intercourse together{ : in ance of which. wee then so :, of our Generals their
,-j; between the United States and sucli terms of equality and courtesy, in tokenof We feared. .A collision may i turning thoughts

i governments respectively, without interference the friendly relations of their respective alarm, any day, and the whole towards the' intrigues "of President rm.
t ... 'on the part of China. nations. And the said ships of seminate : king
exposed to ravage. It is I
ARTICLE XXVI. war shall enjoy all suitable facilities on
\i 1 the part of the Chinese, Government in columns. to show the state. of feel- CO .;K:;*.<*.
Merchant vessels of the U. States, In
; t : < lying in the waters ot. the five portso( the purchase of provisions, procuring SPRAGUE the borderers to find that E ATE--JJ'ednu ayJt171uflry, fri
1 1847.
water, and making repairs if occasion -Mr.Vestcott presented!
.4 China open to foreign commerce, will reports, whether true f\b : Isce
; I require. niorial of citizens of the district of C&- ,
; f $ be under the jurisdiction of the officers citizens very existence tends to

: ;L: of their own government, who, with Citizens of ARTICLE the United XXXIlr.States who ties of that both Indians and lumbia, praying Congress to adopt : ta:
4j.: ; the masters and owners thereof, will measures for the employ'meat U
i the same without control on shall attempt to trade clandestinely i courage y for an outbreak. any preventing 'vibe
5,;,.. I!A manage the part of China. For injuries.done with such of the ports of China as are : tics, : of convict labor in the, construction .

: 10 the citizens of the commerce of the not open to foreign commerce, or who finest have assertca, ,and shall of the buildings for the Smitbsoa ten
.2 shall trade in opium or any other contraband I ian institute and ,moved that it be referred
United States by any foreign power, States, to assert, notwithstan- ;
article of merchandize shall be
. ; t4 c the Chinese government will not hold be so at a for Indian affairs, that to the regents of the institution,
subject to denltwithbythe Chinese
itself bound to make reparation. But
tIr is liable to be i which was agreed to.
: : if the merchant vessels of the U. States, Government, without bein r entitled to pose ] ravaged C'he
; while within. the waters over which the any countenance or "protection from haps until the .Seminoles are, 'The bill to raise for a limited lions.

: 1! ***. Chinese' goernmcntcerciscsjur1sdzc- that of the United States' ; and the Uni- termed these views of the peo additional_ military force, being called Dp

11 : tion,be plundered by robbers or pirates ted their States flagfrom will take being measures abused by to the preterit sub- timed and are also entertained at 51 r. orwin proposed an amendment ibM eaU
S ; i then the.Chjnese local authorities, civil is' also non commissioned officers and '
_ information jects of'other nations, as a cover for to divert proved by re- private
::11i IlSc thereof military'will arrest op receiving the said robbers or the,violation of the hws of the empire. ent state in the Senate by who have served or shall ,ser'veduris, eat

M.Zj pirates, and punish them according to ARTICLE XXXIV. sent ; ; and also by Mr. JAR. A- the :present war with Mexico, either heay

_k'4 Taw, and will cause rill the property When the present convention shall should de the"removal: of the Indians among the regular troops or.the vote

_ which can be, recovered to be placed In be have been definitely both concluded, it shall epithets. ; j>e; remembered; that" our teer force, shall be entitled. ,taa.eertifi*

IF.- the,hands of the nearest consul, or other obligatory' on powers, and its at its last Session cate for 160 of land. Aft epa
:____ :T ..fficer of the United States, to be by provisions shall not' be altered without, SPRAGUE-S : '. passed acres J
.him:restored to.the true owner. But grave'cause ; but, 'inasmuch as the, circumstances about a Congress to procure lengthy discussion the amendment WK: ,

[_ if, by'reason' of the extent: of territory of the several p-orts'in China our of ,the Seminoles. And agreed ten-yeas 29, nays 18. Ute

and numerous. population of China, it ent,open.experience to foreign.may commerce show that are inconsiderable differ "The.ci. p"ragu ,says! "the. 'Indians! "IN THE' HOUSE.' -Mr. Rathbjm! *
should,.in any case, happen that the are' bill ," / ork:
: l robbers cannot' be apprehended, or:the modifications are' .requisite. exploring ( rebuilding their vil ported a to establish apart< heay

F: ,::".- property only, in part recovered, then those parts which ,relate to commerce, numerous in : their fields, and Admiralty at Key West, in e s- ,

: f; A' the law.-will take coursein regard and navigation; in which:case the two 'e ny ution, f : / :in deeming it shame of Florida, which was rejjcT twice an4 'iii

: ;: ;. :the! local authorities, but; the Chinese .governments:will, "at the expiration of ] ( ; not live in harmony! with committed., t en.Ct.
twelve from the date of said '
.. : rriffi'ent.wiIl not make indemnity years 'c; convention -"
.gQ treat the :; harmless people. We IN SENATE JYufey, January &&-
: lost.. concerning the
for the goods root
Iu ; same, by'the means' of suitable'personsappointed to say that as long'as Capt. On motion of Mr. \yestcott, the Sec
___ c ir' ; to conduct such negotiation. them ; : over the present excited' retary''of the 'Navy"vas "requested to Ofli
Vessel. l or'he.. United States 6 'drawn ,
any And when'Iratified- this ,
.. shall :
1 -shalljbc wrecked stranded on ,the treaty (settler' : s, Jong will he ex communicate to the Senate the1cua tel
or is
1Fj be faithfully ;observed in alj its !
fc .coastfofChnaand' be.subjected to plunder by the ,Unit d States and China, and parts by "will!! cre'lo, l to suspicion,..and Jiisef-- which induced the return of th!CtjP1! ICto

r or other ,damage, the proper officers every'citizen' and 'subject'of .each ; and.I! rapine, i thejrempval: of,the Sem- Cumberland, and the steameri1 ""

government, on receiving ,infornfa1iron no 1r'dividualStateofihO} United States i h stiIeric: only] .prolong the period of sippi.. # ctdl
i: q&L of tho fact, will immediately, ,adopt can 'nppointor'send a minister to,China' i inducing i } bur citizens are ex- Monday*,Jan.- 25tk.!- rr. Yulee fi* :
for their relief,and :
:fi ,1 ,measures security j man, or
to call in'question the provisions of the ; '
1.! ,and the persons ..on board, ,shall receive' same. the'wo' ds : ,- the .committee on Naval affairs tpyfcA:

'; .. friendly treatmentand be,enabled atonce ''The 'present ..treaty of'pCace, amity, breach,.w l M2TTEI6 WniTBRS.' was referred. the% bill to provideor H-i: S

f repair to the most convenient of;thq free and commerce,. shall ratified and approved both pa : ; :been"matter: of astonish i .construction..of a dry.dock at Peaaae0

,, .$I1 ,, p -risnnd'shaflenjoy'alI'; ,facilities. for.obtaining by the,President-of, the United hostility : ( ; ding public'ofthe'United for,the ustfof 'thenavyof; the .JTD1 in
}{ .supplies I.of' provisions and 'States by olyHh the advice n dcon.setitof be ., ,
!! the
every. newspaper States -
-the 3V2t
: ttS
ii And be forced reported same
irn."vessel.8hall .
' ; .water ,
t 'the Senate ;thereof, aria:.!);: the. ,there is d wit lett r from Mexico ; : '
in 'whatever }ptake refugejn.ajiyportpiner amendment..\ J
4 1e way, august sovereign..t.hrJ1 Tsing'eth.pire.and -! and victo l ) '
: S than, oneof :the, free ports: the' :ratifications'shall, l' 'be :exchanged to ,inflame. (>> : : corresponffe'nt. ,".detaijing ,Tv&ilay,:. Ja*; QtA.The'being L*

: f then, i in Jilb, nianner, the persons' ,pn"board :. ithin'ghteen months from ert.actsV; | : present and future. ,opera- taken/up: Mr W ello ,tan

!iIILI: shall receive' friendly treatment' 'tho::date 'oPtlie :''signatures,thereof;,'.or' could/be. : ( ;'n (making it appear : amendment in-support.(., jda ., !
: ) nd he means of.safejy and.eecurity.Citizens : ;
II } : \vould be
soonerif ible '
pOs ; ; \:heroes:are as ; ,
; ready to 'mde'x( nci the ..ob1' .,
: ,A \ V.: !I! .' .. : { .
IIlI* .f I 1 i' ? I n';faith :whereof 'wd, ,tilerespectiveplenipotentiaries'of -they5 are, : and that .
.theyr advance '
: which was so amend the 4th e'Iqo
jITh I ';Of the United.Stales, their the United .States of 'remaining i / '\
tJ} .eOelBiand! ,property? shair: iof :.b e subject America,odd of! .tho'Ta/.Tsing,Empire, from one\ \vlihjho'. .sword;\ ,in .on e pr yerit,.th rpolheca&if8 of$ ,

rttg: '$0iany;; rabargo5 :nor. 8ba 1. they' .as,' aforesaid,<:)Jiavc :si<'7riecl and :sealed me i'won # nin, the 9t er., Besides of,the:. Treasury,notes, for l less t. !.

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Ii xctenczofcthepublicser.vJce.but they. :Poaear WahgHiya: ,;,this third:day .R:' at. ; ;>> i : IJ rtWeunijt&nt v *J *( 1 ft &'&

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=-_ _.r -Loan' -' prevalent here, concerning, war,and the I ,Jtfr. Ci'i o/itfoM.--The .Bo "--S' r S eiur'8 SaIe.I r '.;t:'. ,.
7ih.-The .. ,
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read third timegjti rumors of war that are afloat here. i ,ton Horning ,Post says. -The people: of CORRECTED WEEKLY, By Yl Of' 'of A.rir, nf' 11.r.f'.... 'twd.r... ,".: ', %
taken and a Gen. Shields assumed command New :Hampshire will be L .he CI.-rU .
Jl was up Since profoundly: ,ashamed bEcp,,(thtC"arcuit C..rt lot 11II ,,:' '."

passed byayes 42, noes 5., I matters are entirely'changedmndthings : !' of the resolution 'which; MA. S ,ARTI iX$. :. WBQLCSAUC., Cowitles ofAlacj and't. Ja.1rp Catntk ",:', _: ': *.4 '-

Mr. Cilley's resolution, relative to i are. on a pivot. The authorities Cjlley, the accidental Senator iri'Coo- B AGGINO. Dundee; per'jar d SO ,25 ,J DrF..Hunter lodd.,and lb'.hi.CPrtau.wife.n.. ... ...h..I. Alrft.wr '. !

lhe of Tampico are changed-It is composed gress from ,that State has introducedfor COFFEE, Rio, ", lb.Jara. .. a 10 ":rWntfS, >; a"d Motet ; S ) 54
4 r.adminitfainrii.rinKW .
the .. ..
of Alar ,
withdrawal troops J* lb. 00 ru. wife. **
tie call S -
would] half-and-half) ,
of-what you withdrawal'of our troops from CANDLES ret Turner, 1 lal.'adlAiai."a.rix I
and Mr.\ Sperm. -. Ib. :10.. 37J <* a-*" w, > .
territory of Mexico, came up, Americans and Mexicans. ,Mr. Mexico. The name of Cilley has>been Adamantine, Ib. 28 .. 31 \VelhsJatenAath. !! toiany. tkttiis'd, teder '

Cilley made some remarks. Mr. Allen Chase Mr. Taylor, ar.d Bv't. Major highly honorable for patriotism ,and COTTON, Black Seed. '- Ib. 4.' 26 dint, J bav. "lened upon awI will; "p *. (? sale
Silk or Big Cream; ." Ib. 28 m 31 heIoretheCourt Hcnwdoepjng0jfl0. '
then moved that !it be laid on the'table, Morris of the 4th Art. are on behalf of deeds of courage, and we ,mistake"the DOMESTIC, GOODS "_Dnillflob! Monday iU first d.r*f-MiTt* ...., T !

irhich was c:1rried-n.es 44, noes 0. the Americans, the former the late temper of New Hampshire freemen, if Brown, do. Shirting per" jard 'S" .a' 7 witbia I lefal'hoar., tbe f liowfntd.! ibid proper i -t
8.Tkk1 121'
American Consul, who :is .appointed they do not: seize the,occasion of'. the ; .* a- '10,.41 ,25 '"' to wit: 0"" Df'pv womtn bJ ib, lame DI S.T ; -

IN THE HOUSE.-Mr. Kingof Georgia, City Treasurer ; the latter Bv't. Major March election to overwhelm: ,the ,alliance Calico Prints. .. *' It. 25 phn.Ehu! .ged2G )Par...sidMarj.... .|I'd|:7.,....,.'.Dd ti
,R.rf'fl ahnut
Naval Affairs Kentucky Jeans, 'H 25 50 yeAri. J>,i od, M .be t
committee a
the on of the Police) tame ,
from Morris! in charge regulations by which federalism has been of Mid A.fflftdantfl.
enabled FLOUR. properly
Baltimore. per bbL 7 50 a 00 >0d lo .aoI4. lo Mti V : ,
reported a resolution which was adopted of the-city and great credit is dueto ] to bring upon their State 'the reproach I New York, .. .. 7 50. 00 ,fy said writ of fl.',; (faria. '... j ,
Morris for his strict and FURS. OUer 1 00 150 THOS. C. ELLIS Sheriff AlacW Ce. .
authorizing tho President to procure : Bvt. Mnjor cf offering,such 'n proposition.Melancholy. GRAIN Cum, busk t.,00 4 00 By W*.. GIUOM D. 4
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particular attention to his duties. Col. HAY 125 00 '
suitable gold and silver medals, ewe. a Jan. 29. ,
Gates and Licut. Co).' Belton deserve .-On, Saturday evening HIDES Green. ." Ib. 3 00 1847.Sheriff's ,; '
end distribute them among the officers last ( the'Sandersville'Geo. T les. D..coantry. Ib. 6 'rn00 "
great praise for their exertions in th irrespective says LUMBER. Flooring "thoa. 10 00 a 14 00 Sale. F.-

and crews of the British French and commands : also, Capt. E. cope of the 22d ult.) ,Miss Kean, of Scantling Board," *' 10 00 1400 OYmioeofawriioffierl facias, '...cI.fht ij'
Spanish vessels before Vera Cruz, who B. Babbitt, of the Quartermaster's Department this county, shot herself with a gnn, MATTING.Ranging India Timber, "**,,Ird.". ,5 00.a 00 00 "ih. Circuit Court ur the ha.tereCr ait of ,

of the Somcrs from a who is early and late at his which was standing loaded behind the OILS, Sperm. *. gilL "37j .150a tain Honda, for ALchua and Levy countie. f" .,frf' '
jescued th\ crew door.J The load entered just behind the AllipaUir, 4' .1 75 00 cause, wherein' James .Bradley' a. tw net" I ,
duties and renders comfort he ffrncl oC _
every G.orpV.. ].
PROVISIONS Pork Me s, bbl 1300 1600 cI.I..rratntitr. ap4?; na,
e. left and
watery gra of possibly can to the soldiers. Capt. ear passed through her head.- Bacon, Ib.Ib.. lQ.. 00 nett M. Dell, Adm istrataroiTlipma.way. 4. Huh 4

The House went into committee Babbitt is much beloved by the volunteers ) She expired immediately, and no per tLard.Buuer.. 10 .. 121 deceased is defendant, and I. r."uanar nr

the Whole on the bill to increase the and performs his laborious trust son being in the house but herself, it is .. ""lb.O Ib. 20 a A 23Cheese. 12| .shall.ir: wri. offiejaclaa. J ,have'J.ied.U'CNI( and '

lands to the not known whether it was accidentalor Potatoes, Irish. .. bbL 3 50 A. expos ro'rr, to the hfeM bidder, '" '
and give bounty regu- worthy duties with the greatest faithto 00 fore the Court House doe |bs: the' ofKew
pay f own ,
Do. "
otherwise.Ten Sweet, bush. 50 a >> "
After consuming the Government. Gen. Shields is nansville.! on Monday,the first
lars and volunteers PEANUTS, Florida, 50 a '73 day of MarcbV t; l .
Lour in voting on amendments much beloved by the Mexicans, and he Regiments.-r- Tjen RICE. .1 lb. 3 a '5| within! theIegjl hours. of.ale.the following named It
more than an I Regiment SUGAR. Florida. .*lb. 8. 9 lots of land, to wit: lots number four, %,, ..d! 41
a substitute for the bill was is daily beset by them, complaining pf Bill, as amended by the Senate, was received New Orleans, M lb. I 81 a 10 six, of Fractional Section seven To Township' even
their horses having been stolen and SYRUP. Florida, 50. 00 South Range I
three by House on Monday, and gall. nineteen. Fan, containing three t, S
agreed to\increasing the pay to sold to the Quartermaster's Depart- referred .to the committee SALT. Liverpool ground.H sack 2 00 II 2 25 hundred and fift7Piglt.cr. and 75rlOO of an a- t.4- '
on military !
SPIRITS. Brandy 50 3 50
month granting bounty ."galL. II ere. Tbeiprucerds of said sale to be applied to
dollars a ment : he refers them to the Alcalde. affairs. Gin. a 50. 1 50 the .
I judgement
rendered' in said ..
th'e served less There has N. E. Ram, If.. 50. 75 na. Giwn-Iat'* t
jnds-tO who have quite n revolution brokenout I der my hand this 25th day of -
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twelve months, eighty acres ; more since we came here. There was a I Government Loan.-1 he New York SKINS;Deer.Whiskey, lb. 31 4 a a 75 7 THOS. C. ELLIS Sheriff S Ala hua Co. 1 I

than the building in progress in the square, intended Tribune says that a government officerof Panther, \ 50 II 1 50 January, 1847.COLLECTORS. S .
war ahundred
than that period or during to be a splendid monument dedicated high standing has written to the Sec- Bear. 100 a350 TAX .
TEA. -
Hyson. "Ib. 50 1& 1 00 SALE.
and sixty acres ; subsequentlythe to Santa Anna ; and on that retaty of the Treasury to say that BUck, lb. 40 II 50 By vinue of the power tested in me by law, \ '1

House concurred yeas 171) naysIs. building, if I may call it so, is erected should he issue proposals for a twenty shall expoe for sale, before die Court House : I
) 6 loan for Public Male ofTown Lot in Tntnpn. door, in tUcJy: of Jack.onyilltroun' of Doval' ; %.
a most splendid flag-staff and for miles year per cent $10,000,000 it -\M'
Order of th Board of County Commisioners 2nd .
HO on the !Monday in April next. The k u'U
The amendments of the Senate the all round you can see the glorious star- would betaken at once. It is supposedthat BY of f HiIUIx,rough County n |>ortion of I property ,It much thereof. att wilipey following the Slat '4 >

bill spangled banner waving over the conquered this course will adopted insteadof tho Lots in Tampa will he offered at Public Sain Tax for 1845. and State and County ,Tax for tb. p ,

Loan or Treasury note were agreed. city of Tampico. Daily drills an issue of Treasury notes. on the firal dny of the Spring Term of lb. Circuit :year 1846. 10.000 acres of land on and alxxit -

(a. and reviews are in motion, and Gen Court for Hill/thorough County, being the second Trout Creek known as the SiUwM! TraM; .l,60f

l IN SENATEThursday, Jan. 8th.Mr. .- Shields inspects himself. The[ weather Jacob W Miller, Esq., has been re- Monday Atie in!lI.April next. SIMON -FJJRMAN acres mingo on Fernandez Dunn's Creek.br; 282 acres Joninto; on the the heir St. of Johns DoV ;t:
Jiiles offered a resolution, declaringthat is very warm, nnd many of the U. S. Senator by the Legislature Prenidrnt of th* Board of County Commif.inners. River, nt a place called St. Joseph, and owned ,.. ; _
of New Jersey for six from Tampa| Jan. 29, 1847. 8lIO" by the Etate of-Water 282 '
of Senate thatre troops are sick with the fever nnd ague, years Smith acres nn !tbe.! .4
it he the opinion the and there is more to le dreaded from the 4th of March next, when his present Southern Journal copy. Sr. Juhnu River, called St. Joseph, and ownd j
additional revenue mightand by James Singleton; and adjoining the last abovementioned
millions sickness than fighting1. term of service will expire. NOTICE.SIX I Tract; 11,50 acre shnated on Sample b

should be raised by raising the Yours, &c. THE l\IAJO WEEKS after lIMP application will !be I Swamp near Na'sau River, owner not known. 'j
by the Tariff The Inspections of the year 1846 by tho undersigned to the Hon. the : THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff p. Ci I

roes of duties imposed show the grand aggregate of the Baltimore Judp of Probate for Mnrion county for Letter. i>f By A. CRICHTON, D.SLeritT' I '

jof r 1S46, and by imposing duties on the Mexican On Dits.-The N. Orleans Flour Trade to be upwards of A.lm."isll'Rtion on he est' Ie Samuol l:.s.m..y, I. Jacksonville! Oct. 9. 1846. -5 .5 "i5 4 -

Picayune of the 28th inst. says-A let- eight hundred and thousand barrds late of L"wnde county, Georgia! .,Ircen,,'d. S .
free Hit.Is I has been fifty Jan. S2. 1847. WM. D. BRANCH. Colombia County Sheri*'. Sale '
ter received bore from ,
THE HOUSE-Friday, Jan. 29/A.- a gen- of superfine Flour, being two hundred BY virtue of my office and power of law Invest'ed ;
tlemnn in
Havana who has
access to and seven tv-three thousand barrels. Sheriff's Sale. S in me, I hay levied upon.and will oier .
The following amendments were agreed the best sources of information in Mex more than in.the year 1845. virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued out of (or sale before the Court House in the t''-n of AK -a :'a

to, to the Naval appropriation Bill.- ico. He writes that Santa Anna was BY the Circuit' Court of the Eastern Circuit of ligator, on the first Monday of May nxt between '

dato the sailors who rha\: at San Luis Potosi, as late as the 24-th Tall Sold.crs.V Florida, for the County uf Dnval I will exposeto the usual hour of sale on that day. the following ,
Six cents a December and had from the public sal 1". in front of the Court House! in the described property, via:-Seel ion 2C.Township 1,

select, instead of the spirit': ration owzllowed no thought of an Jefferson Democrat, that in the company city oJttck!'onvillo. in aid county on the first Itange 11, containing 80 acl1".. Section ,No. 2, + .

For docks at immediate hpsiile} movement. He'con artillerists who recently )left Rea- Monday in March A. D., 1847, 'between the 93 acres. Section 23. Township 1, Range 12, i -
law. dry ,
by firms what has been said of Valencia ding. Pa. for the seat of war there 'legal hours of pale on that day--All aI.o.e two Levied upon as the property pf Richard Walker j
4 are .
Philadelphia, $50,000at; Kittery, commanding a strong divisional Tula. : about who six* parcels of 'land on the' North aida of Julingion pay tbe Slat and County taxes due thereon lot
forty men measure over the 1846.
Creek Mandarin. in said formerly year '
Maine $ iOOOOct Pensacola, $250000. ,- The most interesting fact announced near county
; feet in height. owned by Thomas M. Hagan, containing, in nil .
The bill was then passed. in his letter is the arrival at the city of thirty one acre, more or less. Levied on and Section 35, Township 1, Range II, containing "'::, 4

Jan. 30th.- ::\icxcojust! before the departure of the One of the mounted riflemen was will he mid to satisfy an .execution againatCharles 80 acres-Levied upouas tprop.rtyo I' DempsWoods. j

Is SENATE-Saturday, British courier for the steamer, of an killed by his horse and J. Schoenheit, in favor of Archibald H. to satiafy the taxes due thereon for the r :. i
The bill was taken and Mr. running away Cole. pointed out by attor year 1846. ., ..
Aimy up from San Luis with demand. Property PJaintifTa
express dragging him by the stirrup, and wan S ALSO.. ,*; k
amendments to give 160 of Santa Anna the ney. Section 35, J; nan"lJ nterrdlx' ,
Hannegan's upon new Congress buried in the Jefferson barracks cemetery THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff C. Township .
acres of bud to all the twelve! months for a loan of $8,000,000. The writer I in New Orleans. By A. W. CBICHTON. D.S.- James Livingston,,urro-fdp be Detppty. Wood* .
to satisfy the taxes due shereonfur_ tbe Tear 184$. ". j ,
38 suggests that the general] supposition I Jacksonville. January 29. 1847.
volunteers, vas adopted-ayes ALSO, *
: was that this amount cofild only be Among the marriages out West, we Sheriff's Sale.' Section 3. Township S, Range 1 1; about 4Q..I : ,, __ _
DOCS raised by seizing the of acre,-Levied as the property of I. D. Hait .
,, upon property preseive one ofa Mr. Schnochenhoofento virtue of a writ of fieri facial, issned ont of upon
the clergy-that it was the only possible BY or I. D. Nort. to satisfy the taxes due thereon fog-.; .
a lady by the name of Shregengost. the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit of the 1846.
FROM TAMPICO.: resource left. Florida Tor the County of Duval. I will expose to year FITZPATRICK, "i.'i;

TheN. 0. Delta of the 30th ult. says : -_. Cure for Dyspepsia.-Close all the public sale, in front of the Court.fInure in the: city Sheriff and tax collector ex officio; t4' f i*

-The brig Union arrived yesterdayfroaiTampico. Jlrmy mid .,\" t-'Y.-It is stated in the outer doors in a four story house, open Jacksonville in March. A. I).in 1847.said county between or.the the legal first boors Monday tit f Alligator.; Oct.23.1846.Columbia j

She brings three days' I Trenton (N. J.) News, that Capt. This. the inner doors, then take a long switch sale on that ria,. An.grohn1. named John. Levied County Sheriffs Sale.. 4 '

htcritus than we had previously received tie has been called on to recruit a bat" and chase a cat up and down stairs till on and will be old to satisfy an Execution against BY virtue of a writ of fieri facia, issued from, j I

. but it nothing impor- talion of Mechanics of the different arts she sweats. John M. J. Bowden in favor of Calvin the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the ?
presents "
defendant. of Columbia. Eastern Circuit of Flotida .
Read. Properly pointed out by County ,. :
and trades workers in wood iron sad-
t Unce. We have received from one ofT ,
short THOS. LEDWITH, Sheriff D C. wherein Alexander: Martin is.Plaintiff and Daniel '4 I
correspondents the following letter, Icry, carriage makers, &c. for the war Petrzfied Body.-A By AV CRICRTON, D S. M. Stewart is Defendant I have levied upon and<< .4; ,

which, although part of its contents has with lIcxico.V'e may well suppose time ago some workmen while digging, Jacksonville January 29, 1847. will expose: for saie. before the Coon House door '1 tr

tan will be read with in- that a force thus constituted of a well in Georgia near the Florida lin\e, in the Town of Alligator, on the first Monday in_ .
anticipated, respect- Sberifl's Sale. within hours the .. -
foundabout 30 feet from the surface, a Alacliua County .April next, legal following d : ,
lerest : able mechanics would possess more virtue. of the power vested in me by law. I scribed property, to wit: E 12 of the S W, 1-4 .
Corr !'poixJprK-e of the Dally Delta. than ordinary physical and intellectual human body completely turned to BY shall expose (or sale in front of the CourtHouse 5ec7Al.oNJ.2oISE1.48ec7AhoEj-2.; : 6 S

T.oIPIco.1\texico, Jan. 15, 1847. energy, and be ready to meet many exigcncies chalk. dor in the Town of Ncwnansville, on.the of S W 1.4 Sec 8; Al.oE 1-2' of N W 1-4 See '
of between the hour AlsoSW1-4of8cc17 All in town "
second Monday July next, 17; ; hip 3 ?
Gentlemen of and difficulties that
-After the effects a overcome IV O 'ICE. of ten and two o'clock.o much of the undivided South,of Range' 15 Ea.t, in all t"nuvhnndrrdacrps*. t

, *rwe Norther, 1 %again... address you, present themselves in a march through The Lndie,* Epi,ropnl S..win Society of Jacksonville interest of the following named persons in and ton Li'vidnpun a, the property' of said Dejeodaot! to.bo % j, ; .<&
tnd hare to inform you of the loss of a wide country, and at the close of the : certain tract or parcel of )land known u tie sold to satisfy (aid writ offiessfacrns! t d p;i '*<.

ipi to brig Mount Vernon from New Or- war would I>e ready to settle down will finM n FAIR on Friday.the 12th of Alachua Awdondu Grant an will satisfy' and pay T 'B FITZPATRfCK .'r4: tf

lean February, 1847, at the School Room or s. W.Dop'ett the.Stale nml County tax due on said interest for Sheriff of Columbia. : j pity.. *: t'L ; 1
;cargo Government stores for the with men to follow at once the occupations the year 184G,.and all legal costs and charges of February 51847. i .4 *

Qomermaster ; also, of the total loss I' that are needful in every com; Eq. and about the advertisement and sale therein. School! at' \Vayaesville '. t

ci the,schooner Foam, from New Or- :. munit.y. 0 The sale of articled and refrmhmfnu will com 10 wit: UNDERSIGNED, a graduate ofWish .

ns; both these vessels were lost in. Capt. Thistle is well known br his m<*n<*<* nofwem the hours of 3 find 6 o'clock p. The interest Jeromey Johnson or N. WelU. THE College, Pa.. and having somejeaira : j I

tt Norther which continued severalrajs. and enterprise to his inventive m..ftnd will b* re-oppnnl tt 7 o'clock, and con. The interest ol William Thorn. experience in teaching, will, in a few dajs?open .q, '
j ingenuity heirs
,The interest! of the of Win. Taylor. English and Classical School_ Wapesvilli'Ga. .
[Bffre ] Uncle Sam seems to be a ]loser' genius the army is indebted for the tinuft open until l12, p. m. The intetest of John Townsend. His terms will be six', eight j ,end ten dollars |*r .. it-

i l ytil 1 branches but that of the fighting best pack saddle in use, and a simple JRc1i.onyjll"Jln.29. 1847. The interest'of John M. Seaman. quarter according the.studies and hf advancement o

ffP toient, and there be is victorious. machine for removing wounded soldiers -- ---- .. -- The interest of John N. Sayer. of the pupils.. By doing justice to bis. pal1"rons
: Sheriff's Sale. The interest of Rogers and Price. he will aim at meriting! a continuance i the '} .
County 4 .
evening of the 12th inst., anPwmon in the easiest possible manner, and for Levy The interest of Cyrus Perkins.. '. which he"now solicits. .
% of 500 troops (Alabama Voltateriiud various mechanical contrivances of WILL be*oM, o.n tlJpfi'r.t Monday in January The interest of Ichabcd PralL patronage be had ittfepn.coatmo"1erterates.! : Boarding. can :.s4 U., j
between the hours of 10 &2Vloc.k
Artillery regulars) was des- much value for military uses. He (1847.) The interest of Aaron Peck. WILLIAM BRADLET.Waynesville .. .. ., ,
proceeded on that day. iho South We t Quarter! of the The jnterest of Mordecat M. Nosh. .. .
Wed by Cen. Shields 'towards Vic- under the above call, last Monday South \f..1t Quarter of Section. Townnhij 16,' The interest of Israel Frost. Ga., Jan. 26,1847. ,: 43 )
RrTaRtRcia.-flev. W. Col.
oftfe oria; t ey ere only 14< miles! distant, to Wnshington.-TrueSun. Ran?* 19, ard th",North 'We. -Quarter of the The interest of Noah Jarvis. : S. C. King, and S. Mum ford EMS.JosepkWiggins. ...:. .\f. < '
ren of Section 18. Township 16, "* 7 ;: I I
.an ress nrrived from Gen. ---- \ NonhV..t'ftnarter The inlel'HlOr Mordecai)I"JI." Feb 5 2t ., ; &
:, :
T'ylorat Victoria Indian Disturbances.-Accounts from Range 19,Smith and Kat, containing 80 acre, or The interest of the!heirs Alexander Muir.. :. _:-1 > .
o 0 with 8000 men ac- a 4 much n. will satisfy the taxi'saue on the..ame' The inte/e;lot Frederick Marquand. -5- JVOTlCJb. : .'-'-. :;- "! -
Jez p3nled b* G<<:Q. Patterson. When the Upper Missouri River state that a for the present year.'(1 C46.) with all cot andxpen9e The interest.of Gilbert Lewis. WEEKS after, date. JI will sppIyK> the' ".
;. Shields Deceived the despatches, battle took place on the 16th of December 1* accruing for advertising' th* tarw. The The interestof Bloodgood! and Tb mu TUn.toD. SIX ..the Judge of Probate for DovaJ eo atytfpr -' IVts

e wuntermanded ,his orders and the ,near Council Bluffs, between a above parni'&land are iitnaied' in Levy county,on The tnfereal of Thomas Napier. Letters Administration de oaoaaoi, 011 t_ __ ... lit a

:toops marched the band of Sioux Indians and a band of the Withlacitoche,'n abort distance above ih* well And also0 mcchof the undivided{ interest of estate of James B. Mason,deceased. >.
;ee back to Tampico known place called Fort Clinch and owned and the' laid Grant oflhe following named persons :S., D. FERNANDEZ.. .. 4.
I tame ,
eftotnrr. ( o1.I Kenny ,and 'Mr._ Omahas, in which ..sixty; of the )latter claimed by'Jameg. 'Lyt.ch.and bounded, by"U.'S. as will pay the State tax for th* y ar.1345. Jacksonville.. Jan.:8th. 1847. S >.

nehly re the bearers of ,the des- were killed before the conflict termin- .land, unl.M there have been land recently par- .and the State and.County tax for ,the year.J846.and ExecutOr Nopc 7 .' ,

jsea : : h5. n. Taylor is to remain attiUttLhe ated. The Sioux had a few days be- nlftpd adjoining.. The above I land will be.ol t'at"' ail legal costs and cbar,*. in and.about. .the MONTHS after date. 1 .hall present j_ i? S ,11S'if
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ttori the Court House of Levy County. [E..DnTels.J I : |: wit SIX ;
and sale thereof to :
at. hears from Gen Scott fore murdered number of. Omaha women SbenflTand .. iiverti' ement .and vow'h5eia J Exectitor oTibceis* ; ,'t. : : 'J 4
the 'V.i. D..ANDREWS, The interest of'A. D. Foresu tate of 'Mary:Fernandez, late of Nassau rnonfy.deceased .
;; plco; .?en Scott is hourly cx and children whilst l1ejf1p.d' ITa! ,(' ollt"ctot for tery. 'county.Otober23 7htdnl'-n't't1 Delano. SThetnterestofiohn ,to OieJJon. Judge. of Probate Iii, MM *" ': ....'' -

*. There is no danger of old Roughkidr warriors were absent.on a ,hunt. F6 r 1846. Rodman. : county' for,'a final settlement. said estate, and r
' tacking Santa Anna at days before, this event, ,a lodge of the CJ:: The above' nale !il postponed' 'thr l.t "The interest' of R.Dav nport.The.iateresiofT. .'- ,; .. S. '. shall at same.tim. a1forL.ttersoThsmh?* :;,.,; .7. .. . 1
Jan 15, 1847C :
* Monday in .brniry-next. Doremu .
sv-h Executor, of which til
of the lion as inter '
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Omahas by a :
Potosl Vera was party persoi i' .
bicb is The city of .. : f* Th ..bovii" nale 'in postponed. to thejjwt Tbe.Snterest. of the heirs Thomas Dexter.: esteJlnisidestate.'stedesIt'edto, tale'not ice." '. :, .
j the contemplated point of at. Ayonas, and four men killed.A .." Monday in,March next. > Febl2NOTICE. The interest of J. Suydam .. > ,.-. JOHN L. YJLLALOKpA.. '' -" ,,'Sf"-'- '

The Mexicans .are quite indif- letter from Fort' 'Scott, in the,St. ,". The ;interest ofBenjaminfL.AVait: *. January. 15.18471 .CUI.O" '.. :r; ,' ,::....

the wealthier men are gone to I..ouis'Repab1ican, states that the Sac 'Vn LraHtat'h..followi.ti"- ,(miinJ pin.CM .: The interest' of Bardah ShivenParkerlAUo Oburn.Tbe .- -NOTICE.A ..".S,, tJ., ::;.::;.:.:;. .., -: :. S
f3iUN iat rior and Indians i had .recently, held] a 'I jmterest r : : ; LLpesosbayinclaisapinatlwEstiii. : :. I
,r and. are totally .opposedrto I ,rot thepurpn of ans__itng the Stateand. a sufUcient portion ..f a,.certain tractor .: .." .",. : ... .- tf I '
aldto5; 'Americanes.' 1 have to council in the .Osage-nation, the-object. Couhtt Tax fur the year ISO." *ffAt l Iof.Und.knnwn a' the Strong Oraau;" :now, 1io1WiUtatuBojI.' late of BeBton.deceased .JODtTl';' "<..C;(> : : .

on of the arrival of Company of which was to unit their forces'and' Garey?..$er". Saturday the:U&h'February. owned parc or claimed by" William! .Manren,.as.,wlipay.the | .. whhin will' ;..present them : to ,J he. fubsfrioera. .: ,', ':--':,":, I' ': '.". If
Lt ) end :T eday.the9th .Ma.rcli.JS47* ,-: : and lx.l thereon for the jrW18C thejinw piWeriWd by law. nr.thvtwU4.;{ ;: ; ..:; ; ., ,. '(' j 4
tflhhley, under the mmnnd of influence, to rob.n. J plunder) the whites, ; .5ate Gouaty e; ; bebredn4thnsi'4Med 1oib.i, Eatek. t :-- .'.
Jack nfUle- S"t8nJ'Udift'Otb'aDd 274k ch in and about : .. ;' p
At % anclalllelco.t.and fef
,B. ,F... possibly under the impression that they : :wiUJDtkenlwmf' to .. -. '.,c ". ... : '" 1' .':. .
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Compan.y .. and 16th andUth.I'.rcb.la.7' < :
; February,) te ftU e. (VS1
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could'obtain,aid from 'M xieo. nd'2nd ALBERT .r' ...... :, .
tty under command of. .apt. At Mandarin" ,,Tuesday ..23d: febru vy;* ; Said (;riut1i jitoated about eight: mi w from ADAL1NE CLARK :::'1--,1 '.' .
It, and a detachment of the tat The Osages :arn3 Creeks were. 'also: 'March, 184r..' ,- .' .. .:A t '" 1 :'Ne rnant aieTaibef 1 Wefth.n414 bounded S Administrator syul-Administrsitrht, .', ,.. S.( : S "_A.. ;, .5Auxii'ta. ;#
chi about cornthenclngbostflittejs. ,; :AtcoI U-Brairaril'f.Tbqridiy:ihe25ihf Febro-, 'im'tbe North by"the River S*RI* Fe,*n4 5 a,&* ; .,.' .'. .' : .
command Benurn F- :6m : .
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1st Artillery, .all :from All person*n' dinjr out of the codnty *till plfetifl" : acres as' appefsrom lb 'n" urns,tnade, to th! 'II-'I.ICE. 'fY'I 4:1-. ; :." ',";- '\......,., f
: York* the band of.the lst..AriiUe- It is :said thaUhe famous "charge! fCaptain < forward. .,iheir>retur|>*toin > 'nt this|ilee.I iaw irn to Tax,A...-;..'. 'Siid 1 terNt""ot.ViJliari'ltJar.r.! : : .. IXW.kfrdatr4L.ial1epj"1yt.1Ii.H... f/ .. ;{} : ,' ;;" ''';''"': ...j.:"

J ensacola arrived a few eren-! May. of the,eighty 'men.nnderbis .Vfore mime'officer nnthorized:i&.adroinUteroath*' win be"sold.on .iW second ATonaay:ofpril,next. .- tho...1.-. -or- "1J19bat_ ot ...Cetma, .oICJ 5-. t' .. .t'S: ._'. .:, f.; .,. .!If':,'" .'. .' ;. 'I
all command sue brfore,i lh*.25th .f March,' iy47.T: ::* i- \n\ front'..riheO. ,HOUSIJ'door. in:ibe" ToNewriansville.'freiw1 .ri ,ol lumbU.for' Letters, -. CAdai..tlGIt.GIt. :the... ...' I...... ..,:. .- .t ''';. ';: : ., .- zof
were.foreign-' ...
and officers in <<
men good seventy ; late of said .dfee. edJtnitary "
: : 5AW.-CftLCHTON.: > the. :boars of ten and two I Samuel.Benson, rooBlv. .. ,t'J.. .; (::.J a ?: '
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.1 am t not to era This was ftfatea-b Mr. Atchison : ,Dotil" : 'eW.k.irTHOMAS.C,' ELLIS.brir4TsxCoIlector. I W.. u. .BO Ii..a1 -. ',
going trouble'You I. ; .. Tax Assesssor for County. ; .t !' .... '
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t J: n. : :< ::- '.- ._-_-- _--- MAIL- -CONTRACTS.- Fort- Hamilton,'Talofa.Madla&H.,Colambns.Mineral .- 'Tveyahce,:to wit [Her. \\'I. bow it U to.bo con- veyanee that U tnadeaoate for the route in rtspaat tr.KetI Isie, .. c _

: _. U. S: Springs,' and 'Liulo.Rirer, to, Alligttor, 'veyed.J for the annual nub'of $' '" to the cot talaty,security, and celerity of the mails .ThrId. .1k1 Ssvsnuh" -'Pi.L
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'." D tict any CrtelrJ.JaJldari ,Jackeaiij
r" .or : : 122 miles and back, o.nce week.' . .j .>. ,..,' ..
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,.' t. '11 .' 1::' xgaafroitksact' 1845. .cf tI. ,, .a.: i Leave Tallahassecf every Sunday.U,8 a tn, arrivo 1 T0 "Form f of;a guarantee 16'accompany each bid;. .oot* 20.be.,entitledto.the When thbld'doeadit route, name/ a male 'of. St.he.LMthe5 Marys Brvnswkk-aed --.
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1. t.1" ..,b4, it furtler' enacted That it, shall, be .: at Alligator jDext day by t p m. :'' 'undersigned [hate insert. the am.orthePanat :conveyance,It will(be taken and und.utood'tq be .TIw recoJvJ*$M :
: r.; : li j : the duty of the Postmaster General, in all future Leave Alligator every Wednesday at tf'rn,arrive f or guarantors}'guaranties that, [here insert .for' tha:lowest: mlepf conveyance to >'*kt'_. 'JR MATT"S.P" tt''ft Sa
I of the at Tallahassee next day by 6 p m. J.. name of bidder or names of:btddeas, .at the: "
the accord4og
: t leufogs,of contracts for transportation horseback. When,It proposes to carry JJu, "
: ler. bsii
j. : three dines ,
for, twice also for a' bid the
if their carrying
Proposals hit
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maybe or
. .ti ,,, S 1ItiIto let the tame,U every case, to the lowest cue to the advertisement, and no mode of conveyance hauled,'.hr decks and cabins
bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for1 faithful week service will be' considered.: mail from to.,* beac: pte4by. (stated for the1 route in the advrrtiwmeDt,H,wUl. 'IOmtJy.M'i'lthcd.hd "bait,'.
; mode Proposals to run by',White Springs instead of. Postmaster General l, shall enter into an obligation 'palsied. Lail fM.t
; !. ; performance, without other reference to the I be considered as offering only (horseback. eon much.improved. At r
Little will considered with J
River be of
to prior the'fim, day July next, good
t ; of such transportation than may be necessary : : ",aDett. fort, she cannot be sasseroota. .
I p ;,J t preYid.rortheduecelerlt1cenaint1and security 3518. From Tallahassee, by Miccotukia to I and"sufficient sureties to perform the service, pro 21. ,Since the passage of the act of March 3d, This boat will trrlve. ., S

'I : ;4i i ,; of such transportation; nor shall any new contractor Monticello,38 miles and back, twice a week, I I posed." 1845, a new' description of bid has been received. Thursday morateg, Ufe the I 8.

: I t-.t ..- hereafter be required to purchase.out, or Leave.. llahauee'ete. Tuesday and. Friday, Dated. SINSTRUCTIONS. 'specifies: no mode of conveyance, but,engage to daily in Of ...earnersereryaveoiag (01 '"

.. ; 2 take at a valuation] th! stock or vehicles of any at 6 a.m,arrive at Monticello same days b',6 P m. carry tb*mail!certainty,c wrhy,"ad security, ; Cra,_"L. a
4. : previous contractor for the same roate." Leave Monticello .every.Monday and Thursdayat lr Seven iDUtel'.re'allowed for opening and using the terms of the law. These bids are called Also ptuenjers =.
I lbig
I I .r!:"to' # I 07 Bidden will be careful tb read the forms 6 a m, arrive at Tallahassee same days by G clo.ing7the mails at 'all offices where no particular from the manner in which they are, 'designated on brig or bs.rqieIIne"which leaves to.take "". *

.'..:tt'. and instructions appended to this adverthement.r pm. time is specified; but.' on railroad and steamboat the books of the department, M %tarbidt" It has Thursday and Saturday fur New'arrival *
in their proposals 3519. From Tallahassee, bv Manningtdn, and routes there i is to bo no:more delay than is necessary *
tf They are requested to state been decidfdj/arter mature consideration that a of the St. M ubew.tra. 1 *?
fJ .. .::: the mo e by which they inteod to convey the maiL Duncansvflle, Geo., to Thomasville, 34,miles and I :to deliver and receive the bags. bid proposing specific mode of conveyance of.. ,Passengers, with "'" a.
Where the size and weight of the mail., or the back, once a week. : 2. 'tb.mati,is to be conveyed in.preference to U theirb.gg" -iU. .
' j.o e \ I. high a grade as two-horse coach transportation board 0. -Ibw,It requig'ed ,"
speed called for in the schedules, shall require it, Leave Tallahassee at 6 ean and to their entire. exclusion, if its The "
: ; every Thursday a ro, to, be preferred to the star bid., experience The above boat will leave
f". : ; ,. ; tile contracts will be made for coach, ateamoo.tl. : arrive at Thomasville same day by-7 p m. weight and bulk rlreIti of the department enables it to !lay'down the. fal Leave PiJacka '!11 Tuesday A.rollo.u '
i ; .t or railroad conveyance, as the case may be; and, i Leave Thomasville every Wednesday at 6 a m, I 3.. Fost'Offic'b11i1, mail bags and the special liwingrule., vlx: Picolaca M.,t l.rJ .

r'. : ft H'qatuwr.uch routes will be let to bids proposing I strive at Tallahassee same day by 7 p rn. agents 01 the department, on the exhibitionol When the mail on the route is not so large as Black Creek .P.I.p 11 ,

r r, 'l";1! such mode of conveyance. In all other cases 3520. From Tallahassee, by Salubrity. and their 'credential, are to be conveyed without require two-horse coach conveyance, a star bid, 'Jacksonville II s .
1 the will be assigned to bids proposing the Ga. 48 miles and back, further charge, on mail lines admitting of such the bid. nlj JJ.
I lt routes Quincy, to Bainbridge, if the lowest, will be preferred to specific For rrei&bt Of'pa..., spp1 J, to fI
., L cheapest mode of transportation. three times a week. conveyance. 22. ,When the mails are of such size and weight 'on board, ,I

! S Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday Thursday, 4. Mail agents are to be conveyed without as to render necessary or expedient,in referenceto rto.fooD & CLA'iflb !

i .j t ti1 PROPOSALS and Sunday, at 9 a m, arrive at Bainbridge same charge on the principal railroad and steamboat !them alone to'provide'twoHjors* coach convey b, cto\
: ,." CARRYING THE MAILS OF THE lines where the site of the mails and the numberof Ar"'II" S.l..1
t FOR days by 9 p m. ance, the specific bid though the highest will be FERNANDEZ -
Il : '" [ STATES from the 1st of July, the officers will their & Bl_
require employment by
i; Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, preferred the star bid, to the extent of a mod. Agent,
l.J. ":t..4 1847, to the 30th June,'1851,inclusive,in Florida, I! anc\lriday at 1 a m,Arrive. at Tallahassee same the department; and in that case* a separate a. orate difference in the compensation in case the A. COT "_

,;..: ::'fi will be received tbe contract effica of the Post days by 3pm.Proposals partment for the assorting and safe keeping of the difference Is such as to Interfere with the policy Adt
! : .t' '. Office Department in the city of Washington, until for semi-weekly service will be con- mail u to be proviJed by the contractor, under the of thi new law, which look. to a reduction in the ITT The steamer SARAH Br. l'

Ji; !--r4 9. a. m., of the 10th March 1847, (to be decided sidered. direction of the department cost'of transportation. Exceptions, however, maybe in connection with this boar SPALDIIQ' hili ,

I jC;;. /1 by the lit day of April) on the routes and in 3521. From Monticello, by Grooverv.IIe, Ga., 5. jn all cases there is.to be a forfeiture of the allowed where the star bM..Is made, by the present Lake Monroe, one hundred atx w .

> ;.'(. -'!'., the- manner and time herein specified, viz: to Thomrsville miles and back, once a week. pay of the trip, when the trip is not run; a for. nvsner of the stock on the route, and it .Is above Palntka up he St. J obn'. j1". krN.AI
i t I :4 FLORIDA. 6 feiture of at least one. fourth part' ( it when the manifest that the reasons forpieferring the specificbid Sept. 12, 1846. "
J aadfif' Leave Monticello every Wednesday at a m, Nre
. ''f:!; '!,J 3501. From St. Augustine, byJackaoniHe 5 running or arrival is so fair bfhicd lime as to late, do not exist in hi* case.

:. : Kirkland, to'St. !!ary'., Ga.,90 miles and back, arrive Leave at Tbomasville Thomasville same every day Thursday by p at m.6 a m, the connexion with a depending mail, and a forfeiture 23. On routes of the highest elass. where four- Florida. and SavaPacket. 'I_. .. _

:. once a week. 5 of a due proportion of it when a grade of horse coach or sieamboattranspontation is required .; .
arrive day by
at same m.
;,' ;[ Leave St. Augustine every \Wednesday am, 3522. From Quincv joChattaboochie p 21 miles service is rendered inferior to that in the contract. by.the site and importance of the mail, the TIIEr.<.rarStnm hd.t. till
; arrive at St. Mary's next day by 12 m."r These forfeitures be increased into penalties .GASTON
i : I : and back, twice a week. may preference for the specific bid will be, if necessary, Capt. ). Prdr,Ii.
i J;! Leave St. Mary'severy Thursday 1 p m, arrive Leave Quincy Tuesday and Thursday at of higher amount, according to the nature or frequency carried to a greater extent:of different than on rive at Picola".1 F, hia
I :: :l at St. Augustine next day by 11 p m. 4pm, arrive at Chattahoochie same days by 9 of the failure and the importance of the the inferior coach routes, subject, however, to the ing at 9 A. M. on,each week, and wit1 ..
f'Hj a 1' 3502. From St..Augustine, by New Smyrna, St. mail. exceptions above stated. P. M. fur Savannah via Mandarin; Jsrasa II'' Clr

i ; :'I : Lacie, and Miami river,.to Key West, 600 miles rn.Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and I 6. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinquency 24. A modification' of a bid, in any of it* essential St. Marys, and all other immediate haaWij! :

: !kj) ,! It and back, twice a month. Friday at 1 a m, arrive at Quincy same days by 6 be satisfactorily explained in due time, for terms, is tantamount m a new bid. aDd cannot arrive in Savannah early on Sunday I dJ
: r i: ,, Leave St. Augustine on the lit and 15th of a failing to take from,or deliver at, a post t office, the be reet"iveJ..o as to interfere with regular com Passengers for Charleston can fra*at Tsffl

i each month arrive at Key West in seven days. m.Proposal for tri.weekly service will I be consid mail, or any part of it; for suffering it to be wet, petition, after the last hour set (or receiving bid. In the evening in tba daily r linn pf Sfn. -
, : .t 1 Leave Key West on the 8th and 23d of each ered. injured, lost, or destroyed; for conveying it in a C. JOHNSON, The' Gaston runs in connection willa

I 11 .,.i month, arrive at St. Augustine in seven days. 3523 From Chattahoochie,by Ochesee, Bloants- place or manner that exposes it to depredation, }'".tmll-trr General.Post Washburn & WiliftVa Brig Line of A

'f .15, Proposals fur service once a month will be con- town, lola, and Fort Gadsden. to Apalachicola, loss, or injury; for refusing after demand to conveya t Office Department, Ato. 23, 1846. New York, of wbich one leaves evenmorning. It ,

'l* idered. _. -- 150 miles and back.twice a week from 1st October mail by any coach, railroad car, or steamboatwhich Dec 18 12w '"
3563 From St. Augustine 1'icolata, 18 miles the contractor regularly runs on the route : Th Gaston does not
to 1st of June in each year, and once a week In Circuit C lirt. to Blssk Cmkm A*
; .' t. and back nce a week. the beyond the specified number of trips in the con her way to Savannah.
Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a m, residue.From Itt October to lit June. tract, and (or not arriving the time set; and CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. NAMES OF PACKETS, nml
o .:r arrive at Picolata sarae-day by 12 m. Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and Friday for setting up or running an express to transmit TCISDAT. The vessels composing this Line, will )
Leave Piculata! every Monday at 10 p ro, arrive commercial intelligence in advance the mail t December 1,1846. be flesjMitrlwd 4)1a
't 12 arrive a regularly Monday
at rn, at Apalachicola next days by PRCSINT The Hon. THOMAS DOUGLAS every n(ol1n.
: 94 pi St. Augustine next day by 3 a m. 6p m. penalty will be exacted equal to a quart r'. Brig CMNT05. T. Lyon. master JII"11.
:: :.?t Proposals for twice, also for three times a week Leave Apalachicola every Tuesday and Thur.. pay. Judge Oa.id,Tanner 1 Brie AUGUSTA, A. M. Sberw**
service will be considered. 7. The Postmaster General annul the ,, June 23.N..w .
: day at 5 a m, arrive at Cbattahoochie next days may CHAlfctRTp
3504. From Carey's Ferry, by Fort Harlee.! by 11 a m. contract for repeated failure; for violating the FJiz"betbTnner $ Bill for Divorce. bark VERNON.W. FJlery.mssterJs i a"S

; Newnansvitle. and Ellisvtlle, to Alligator, 80 From lit June to In October. post office law; for disobeying the instructions orth Bn/t SAVANNA A. Ibw". master,
the satisfaction of the Court "
,4. ; .niles and back,once a week. Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday at 12 department; for refusing to discharge a earner IT appearing to Brig; EX ACT,J. Johnson, master,Jay ft
that .
!1 r4. ,Leave Garey's Ferry every Tuesday at 4 p m. arrive 11 when required by the department; for assigning the Defendant Elizabeth Tan ;,reti.le.out Brig EXCEL C. B. Smith
m, at Apalachicola next Friday by a m. of the State of'Florida and the master,Jak I
beyond jurisdiction
arrive Alligator next day by 12 m.I the without I
: i at Leave contract the consent of the Postmas These vessels are commanded
Apalachicola every Monday at am, arrive of' this Court Off MOTION of R. Dorman by n fe *fexppiienre.
; ); Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p m, arrive at Cbattahoochie next Wednesday by 11 a m. terGeneral, orforsetting up running an express Solicitor ; who will u.. every exrrtioarsmii I
Esquire. for the in the ubova
; at Garey's Ferry next day by 10 a m. Proposals for an additional weekly trip from 1st. as aforesaid. entitled IT Complainant Pa.*e_ger4 as comfortable as possible ..
4 .; Proposals(or twice, also for tkree times a weekcenice October to 1st June will be considered. 8. The Postmaster General may alter the contract cause, isORDXRKD Tk py will .'i1| punctually as .b .",..{ a al 4lHnri
That had
the farts
.., ;,4% will be considered. 3524. From St. Joseph's, to Apalachicola, 25 and alter the schedule, lie allowing a pro- a hearing on cases be towed'tesenbv a '" .r.GKOHGK .
charged in the said Bill of of said
35Q5. From Jacksonville Alligator, 70 miles mile. and back twice week from 1st October to rata increase of compensation within the restrictions Complaint HULMO 31r 1
Complainant at the next Term of this cwurt: And
; : and back, ence a week. 1st Juno, and once a week the residue of the imposed by law, (for the additional service A ent. Jfk onTiB .,
: ; Leave Jacksonville every Tuesday at C p. ro, required,or for the increase of speed, if the employment if the said Defendant fails lu appear a dm re Berilif) can be ternred at St. A"tlt.'i...

:. 4J* arrive at Alligator next day by 12 m. year.From 1st October lit June. of additional stock or carriers is rendered may then pats in the same mminer as though said plicat'mn to B. E. CARR & CO., Ar*I' tit

.3 )f Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 pin, arrive : Leave St. Joseph's every Monday and Saturdayat necessary; but the contractor may, in such case, Defemlantshould appear and IN* present in Court. July I )5. 1345.

;: :j; Jacksonville next day by S am. 1 7 a ro, arrive at Apalachicola same days by 5 relinquish the contract on timely notice, if he AND IT.is FORTHXR ORDBKKD, Tluit cwrti/i/* d _

F'' Proposals for twice.also for three times a week : prefers it to the change. The Postmaster General copy of this Order be publi,hnl III some nvwup- S, W. DOGGETT'SSEMINARY. _.

::4 j4 ervice on this route will considered. pm.Leave Apalachicola every Sunday and Friday at may anon! the contract or curtail the service, per printed within the Eastern Circuit of the\ .

;j 3506. From Pilatka, by Orange Springs Forting 7 am, arrive at St. Joseph's same days by 5 p m. and pay when he wishes to dispense with th State Florida, for the space ofihrre months be.
Long Swamp Okahumka Fort Dade, and From 1st June to 1st October. service in whole or in part, or place! higher or fore the first day of UK next Trim uf this Court.I .

.. Fort Foster, to Tampa, 155 miles 2nd back, once I Leave St.Jo.ephr.every Saturday at 9 a m, arrive different grade of service on the route.. allowing ,OSCAR HART, Clerk of nwi.1 Court, .1.! > Iwrrlijeortify ..
week. one month's the the obov to be u tru* uf tlit Older f.1
ht e at palachicola same day by 7 p m. extra pay on amount dispensed copy
Leave Pilatkarevery Tuesday at 10 a.m, arrive Leave Apalachicola every Friday at 12 m, arriveat WI I h. entered of record in said entiled cause lit safl ,.tirlf

.L Tampa next Friday by 5 p m. St. Joseph's same day by 10 pm. 9. Tho payments will be made through drafts on Term of said Court. ---- ... -

w Leave Tampa every Tuesday at lOa m, arriveat 3525. From Bainbridge, Ga.,by Cbattnh"ocliie, post offices or otherwise, after the expiration of WITNESS WHEREOF.: I hewioti. 4.h.t'l..

Pilatka next Friday by 5 p m. Ringgold, Mariana, Sc'i nick'.Spring, Webbvilie, each quarter, say in February, May, August and set my band and affix the: ...I..r said .

Proposals for twice a week .e"ice.ill be con Campbelton, Geneva, Atmirante,. Milton, Florida- November. L L. S.I Court, at theCoiiil-HiKj,e in th* City of: THE course of UMlrtirlion |.or nn! w at ,.

sidered. town, to Peasacolo, 231 miles and back, three 10. The distances are given according'to the Jacksonville, this twenty ninth dill of i' ;.ntMlr c; .t 3507. From Pilatka by Enterprise to Mellon- times a week. best information but no increased pay will be allowed December, A. D., 1646.OSCAR < inn ftndaoMl.'xy. Station .k.. .n "fl

:fL. Ville, 12$ miles and back, once a week. Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, should they prove to be greater than is ad HART Clerk. ,.111" nter colfegr. ma,. lie,,, |>nf,oelU< ? '
: .' : ; Leave Pilatka every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive and Friday at 2 a m, arrive at Pensacola every vertised, if the places are correctly named. January 15th, 1847, 3mAdministrator's .ueiiitiifjes ; .ht! <- those, who arJ put WJ

-t : at Mellenville next day by 5 p m. Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, by 4 p m. 11. The Postmaster ;General is prohibited by NoUcc. for a profei> ioiiv cur deleft sUcl braaciiesss DJ .

: .. Leave Mellonvilie every Thursday at 10 a In, Leave Pensacola every Sunday. Tuesday, and law from knowingly making a contract for the WEEKS after Hate, 1 shall nj-ply |n the best uii their ,1- .'CIt. in life. .d"I..,

,, .. arrive at Pilatka next day by 5 p m. Friday, at 8 a rn, arrive at Bainbridge every Tuesday transportation of the mail'with any person who SIX n. Judgi'of Probate for the County of' C..- Th regulsti.aa! iii| the insiitntiaa aVIIflVJ ,5

S 3.8. From Mellmville. to New Smyrna. 30 Thursday, ondSundsy by 10 p m. shall have entered into any combination, or proposed lumbia. or Letters! o(.Adminiiltr.riftn on the estate with th- single ..sign i.f,Jrmnol.III""lcIIrc r1I' }

: tiles and back, onee a week. Proposals commence the route at Chattahoo to enter into any combination to prevent of William Johnson, lain; of nM riMinij. Jecea RI I ami'moral advancement o(nit Inf"Mr- ""t

: Leave Mellonvilie every Thursday at 6 a m, chie, will be considered. the making of any bid for a mail contract by any .. GREEN JOHNSON. Tlif' ( iisciplinri inirmled to uicUyfeKil| .,

-'r' arrive at New Smyrna same day by 5 pm. Proposal fot once a week, also for twice a week other person or persons, or who shall have made 1 'January 15th.. 1547. Gw The Pn.cpllr..r| ilenirrs to cultivate, with WI, 'Pr

Leave,New Smycaa every Wednesday at 6 am, ,service, will be considered. any agreement, or shall have given or performed' ,. .. pits' habits of fcind sail familiar inirrrooi .-

;I ,: .._ arrive at Mellonvilie same day by 5 p .. 3526. From Marianna, by Oaky Hill, and .or promised to give perform, any consideration ttjtint! Sfrotfje, to influence ihrm raiN by an appeal$$14 I'* i S.in,

'4;' 3509., From Newaansville to New River 22 Holmes Valley, to Ucbee Anna, CO miles and too, or nt to do, any thing whatever .mince Watchmaker and Jeweller.NO' principles of iW heart, ban by Mitre..

I .? ailesIa& back, once a wet k.I back, once a week.. any other person nut to bid for a mail contract. 5 MA IN..STJUXT.Respectfully grarrAilpunisbment.An I .

I Leave Kewnansvitie every Wednesday at 1 p m, Leave Marianna every Thursday atCa m, arriveat Particular attention is called to the 28th section informs the citizens accurate account of lINt deIiiM8encfsrf'| *|

L .i arrive at New River same day by 8 p m. Uchee Anna next day by 5 p m. of the act of 183G, prohibiting combinations to of Jacksonville and its vicinit .that ry scholar, and aUo of the degree of sitiissK* | -

: Leave New River every Wednesday at 5 a m, Leave Uchee Anna every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive I prevent bidding. he has removed to the house, immediately is kept a ropy ot which account, 1 la e *j

t rI I arrive at JJewnansville same day by 12 m. at Mariacna next day by 5 p.m. I 12. A bid received after time, to wit: the 10th adjoining the with the' regular term bill, istrsrwiaitted tor*!] l'
3510 From Newnansville. by Santa Fe, and 3527. From Marianna, Jackson to St. March 9 m. without L one recently -
3 < county, next, at a. or the guaranty occupied the parent or guardian?who may desire it.TXR93 Mil
: Fort;Fanning, to Cedar Keys, 108 miles and back, Andrew. Bay, 60 miles and back, once a week. required bJ law,or that combines several routes in office of.the''Florida ns printing- ..rolA SKSSIOH OF TVTILTK'Ili'hrr wlr U moa
.f ; .once a week.Leave Leave Marianna every Thursdry at 6 a m, ar* one sum compensation, cannot be considered in Statesman."and is now pre-
4lt'1 Newnansville every Wednesday at 7 a m, rive at St. Axdrews Bay next day by G p m. competition 'with a regular proposal_ not adjudged peed to execute, with promptitu< ..n orders connected Branches, ,ts II .a."
: : .
with above Common 7 01 'sI n
line.Grothe Branches
'1L' arrive at Cedar Keys next day by 7 p m. Leave St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday. at 6 a ,to he extrua ant. -
; ;'; Leave Cednr Keys every Friday at<> a m arrive m, arrive at Marianna next day by 6 P 1ft. TJ. A bidder may offer, where the tran. Mr. would also say that he has deter.mined Latin and Greek Cla.sirs, extra W1:4Mrba1 (
porta rI I'.,
\ Newnansville ne day by 6 p m. 3528. From Geneva, Ala.. to Clay Bank, 26 lion called for in the advertisement is difficult confine his *attention in future, exclusive Lessons French, given at the reowsl r
or .
3511. From Newnansville, by Fort Clark, Waahootie miles and back, once a week. impracticable at certain reasons, to substitute an 1, to work in these bran( -.. lie renders' hI. .. rt"Dr.
4 '; 1 s < and Micanopy, to Fort King, <64 miles Leave Geneva every Tuesday at tam, at rive inferior mode of'conveyance, otto intermit service thanks to the many friend. w ho have given him Ant pupil withdrawn from the School beii* |

t and back'once a week. at Clay Bank same day by5 p.m. a specified number of tJuys, weeks -or months., their patronage, and trusts that his exertions here : end of the session, except for reasons .i= .,flU

Leave Newnansville every Wednesday at 8 am, Leave Clay Bank every Monday at 9 a m, arrive .He may propose to omit IIn office that is inaccessible after will be such as to merit it. Principal approves will be r.q i hed toPJ"

4'. arrive,at Fort King next day by 8 p m. at Geneva same day by 5 p m. or is not on the stbge road, the railway rat From Jong practise in ,his business, he feel onrxpirrd part ufihatsessiori.No .

o! : Leave Fort King every Friday at 8 a m, arrive 3 29. From Pensacola by Honey Cut, Ala, and a steamboat landing,as the case may In ; .r.he himself competent to give satisfaction and his deduction will be made b the charztr i ipopil I

: at Kewnansville next day by B p m. Blakely, to Mobile, 72 miles and back, three lime may offer to substitute an inferior mode of supply charges will be moderate"' and as reasonable. as a for occasional absence. In -

3512. From-Wactbooue, Emathla Camp haid week. in such 'calf" .. He may .different those nrdJe North. traded. sickness requiring tl>a napil tel I' .

: .' Homosassa, Augusta and Cbocochatie, to Leave Pftnsacola every Sunday, Tuesday, and .hours of departure and propose arrival 'pr vided daysand no I,I I Nv B. 'Clocks and Watches repaired in the best drawn from the School, proper deaVtioa! "

Fort" Dade, 98 miles and back, once a week. Friday, at 5 p m, arrive at Mobile next day by 11 more running time i is asked, and it,is obvious that 'manner, and: at the'shortest notice' made ,,
., Leave Wacahootie every Thursday at 6 am, a rp- no mail co nexioa or other public accommodation Jiack.nnviUeDpC.26.: 1845. Patrnnnf is solicited rom., w"I lIlt

.ff ( V'- arrive'at Fort Dade next Saturday by 5 pm. Leave Mobile every Moaday, Thursday, and is prejudiced. He.may ask for mu running time FORWARD& ALDRICH I,an opaualHiVd confidence in the lbiJilliI, herAt

: 1 ( .: Leave Fort.Dade every.Monday at 6 a marrive Saturday, at 12 m, arrive at Pensacola next days to the'trip: during ,a specified number of days; at; rilj of the Principal, .. I
t 1jIi u : at Wac tie next Wednesday by 5 p m. b/lam. certain' seasons of pe ul.larly.Lad raids but beyond ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT' LA.\y. The school is now In a flour ,- .

. ; .' 2 13.: : From Alligator, t Suwanr.ee Sh aJI.,to Proposals for daily service will be considered. these changes,a proposalfar service;dift"eren&, : 0tin I; practice in.the several Courts of Law Trw"building |fs a 'large:. cninnsJ"aM trr. ,u

U .\" I Blount' Ferry, 35'miles. and back, once a' week.' 3530.. From Key"West_. .by Indian. Key, to from the advertisement. prevent its beIge considered and.Equity; In tbe'Eastern Circuit of Florida. structure, rrrenily erected firs
: .ioi1.. Leave Alligator every Thursday at 5 a m, arrive unanestoo-* :*m. t f;*., K.lull& mues and* >back, once a I in,competition" with a regular bid WM.;A.,.FORWARD. St..Augustine. I, or I. o. o. F. 't. .1 unjfroi
}!- :. U Blolla '.Ferry same day by 6-p m.. month. aside for extravagance;. and where ,a bid contains Loots ALDRICH Newnansville. The location is one of well known ,jyjj .
w Ik7 .Laave Blounts Ferry every Friday 5 a m, arrive Leave Key West (rom the 16th tcttbe 20th of any of the above alterations, their disad vantages 'LIVINGSTON dc DOWNING is easy of ace... Board may ..*ltV! sninlic<

_. I. ".' at,Alligator same dsy.by 6pm.' ,each month, arrive at Charleston with all practicable will t be .estimated, in comparing it with< other prdposals. ATTORNEYS sonable rates in respectable families ia tt.-twf

1 ",'- r 3514. From Alligator, fey White Springs, Jas- despatch.- .: .. 'Ir r* nUll' AND, .i ,"I COUNSELLORS. AT* LAW.. JacksonvilK, R, Mirth 27th II4&- _- s Cut
m -- fert Beaton,'Woodland. Cherry Lake, Clifton and I Leave Charleston on the 1st day ot each month, 14.; There should be butane route.bid form'in a and U.IV' in practice in the'several Courts of Law .e 8." V

'. Ancilla. te Moaticello, 103 miles aDd back, once a I arrive at Key West with all practicable despatch., proposal S Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of,Florida Agricultural- jpIe
r4 week P,reposals to embrace Cap Florida and St. Augustine 15.:.The route, the service, the, yearly the R. G. LiriiiosTON, Newna niUe. "' DENSLOW & WEBSTEB, \
h ir.gatore"r1 Wednesday 1 will be considered.332 pay ____C. W Dowtuwo: Fort King. 'S
: .Leava p m, ar- bidder a.name .and residenceand. the.name of each' BAV'AIWM&Jf .
;i ,. cive Monticello next Friday! 8.p,m., .' ,From, Key,West to. St. Augustine, 600 member of the .firm,, wVre a company offers, "JAMES W. ,BRYANT; i .toe
DIAtz in the IbllowiBg Mf
: Le Monticello every Satusday at 5, am, ar miles and back, twice month. should be distinctly stated-.also the mode of ** -.
z L rue Alligatar next Meosiajr by 12 m. Leave Key West on the Bib sad 23d of each ifa higher mode, than on horseback conveyance II :! J.11.Qi1SY s :AND COUNSELLOR AT. LAW, sold on as reasonable terms'as fiylishraent f'ou fur

t 3515. from Tallahassee to St.'Marks 22 miles month,'arrive at St. Augustine in seven days. intended Jacksonville, 'Fla. in ib.Southerncou$7. r r j

; 'rj ." aad back;three,times week." Leave St,, Augustine on the 1st'.and 15tb sf 6.;.The bicl should H be, : AUGUSTUS GILLETT A COMPLRT&asthmnoAV" tatrdisr

4 tr .'.. Leave, Tallahassee every Monday, Thursday,I each month,arrivot Key West in leven days., ad'to the First Assistant Postmaster sent onder seal, address ,', C. Iemets.patTetas'df t n.il ofOtl.di.rtll kiS'J& .'

t 1 1 :E: and Saturday ,at. a mf arrive. at'St.,Mark's same' Proposals: terminate this route at Cedar Keys',. Mail Proposal in the State of._. General" ,'with ATTORNEY'AND COUNSELLOR .AT LAW. ,, Ploughs, Hwt;." c S1 sand son
4 writtenon Traca and :h'Chal. Shovt
+ tustead of St. AugustinewilL beconstdered Jacksonville Fla. notiC
'L Jaysbj4Osm. ,
the ,
> Cau'oftbeJet.rfan$ should Aa .
be Man u.
I despatch Forks Patent
: Leave Sc.llarbeYery Meaday, Thursday and O Proposals far supplying the following officesinFJonda ed in time.to',be. ceceived..by.:or before the JLOth :New York ,Advertisement, Reap, HooHi re f raia; ,Cradles.'Co" SbtUt'.t -
': i Saturday, at 2 p m,.arrive at. Tallahassee same at sum be"named and .
to March
*. a ,. subject't.tb :.next, at 9,o'clock, a.m'J and Cob Crashers Portable.Ttt.* J" c
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ct 'THe. "
S. 4'sby5Pfl1. condition.of being limited to the net proceeds ?', ,The'contract*'are to.be. ;
'. dCornMih1sStrWCC5"
I utejbyobe. Mills H '
'.16J ,Tallahassee! ; by New,Port:and St. the TREASURY.OF HISTORY i
..- 4- of office, amInjited i: ,' ', fore the 1st. ''July J1eI tf; .. Patent Churw Foot.Cotton Gins,Saw Gi.i ,
1 ; : ,Marks, to Shell.Point, 32 miles and back, three, 12 I &and .
China HUJJrom.QuInq.. miles back,: S* :IB., Comprising: ..a general introductory ..outline of 1 Itt.
I4 "' ; .,. .'. .. .times,week- t N.,W.; Port. and once'.. '4. 'week" ;..'the" once a week; ', ., ,railroad Postmasters' at offices situated opon or..near' 'Universal. History, .ancient and modem, and! ( ent FullasVonwenrof Fan MiHeaad but
$ more ikarfelghty
,; *&i ,' .-.' .,'f. \ .eiiti.. ... :RefoetnfromQulpcy,'10.miles: and back bac'i.w'e from, depot; .J aeraes of separate* Histories ,l'lrl
r .ot.eve,3" ; W bar"IJ-t
twU'.JrDmdiatlll'< s.fte th.lu Ai and Painter artfcles, Spurn, ,
Tuesday II ; Wnext.ripor ,
4_ .. ,,::.. ( LraY5' TjUabsueeever7 ':Thursday;J k. : ",. ,' that: fact the priaclpal Nation that exists, ,their '. j.1 I
iLifl ;:7". J tZ, .r',-.' '2 s.n4Satizrdsyat7 a. ;.rTiVtNeWFrt same : :Troy, from Colarabbi' ,35mil s and'back. opceaveelt .{dUtance from lo, department'iattrwirf .staingb.ireaut: rise.{ 'prpgrassvfpresent,.condition 'otc.M .- dcc Castot GlnWlndowSaab.Oil.SpWts TupeaIiaeYTh'' j jGur frwnr
: iJg .. i.- ",.' ,' .A.p '. ** fff- u' -x.y depot.and.how otherwise -: .
\ ,. ." .; L. "- :? _' t. SAMUEL, MAONDEH, .. .hr j,
I W . Lav.Jwparttver7 Monday Wednesday,and W6 tock-MilUitrooi St .Marv's 3 3ahd'back suppled.jth: thItnsbe'! theiflistec Post. ? tI rot the M : Le.dPertqi ,
; .20 'Jl iIti '
,. ) L,-t' ., ; ; Trey ofKow1ed. "''Il c- I .M "
General Letter '
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< I to. the FooUcap; ,
iltti '.. .,.... ",. .Friday,at r". a'lUTnv, at. Tallahassea. same day, "dncea ".Ii.. puspd'sdly'ta The "npbacs1Treaury:? '
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Pl : ,.t,:.. .'. :. : -'," .. v'I" It .. ,. t s ,. : tnsda-ieta J'tho..flhttoaci3y mUmei.enjersfgo i.ra'ina ScIentilc IAPEXFRINTING.ud;: WtIt1i '-
by, r.m.. '(ronfad 'rti.' TreuUIJ,".&e,Joctafiftt *I I ISEEDSf.
i.. t. \. Ftra2f04 bIqw1innocbange $ aater'luv 1st Jd/ rs and Coopers Edge
4 :. -. .Lwive Newport.tvrry Sfttard-j'At. 6 a ro,. trriva-, .loentls.s contemplatoii by.tho bidder{'?* : -.. :' aLLIidt'r tqt3d"Ut.-Mrjkjgstj) ".r'ME'' BlS"eRY OP AIERIcA7.DITED i rnAt., as gsorf W aay..'" s:
.. ,, .;:t .:; ,.: r4 1b1 ;,oo .' J ._ :>'r(or we al the caia'maf be), [hero:write_ ',the, ) J l U.c'the. I l wM.t"bida j tendtringWffifMrformanct o.l ,-" ,; 'By:15IQHN: INMAN, !EIQ.octajb. 1 ry ad.psut! &Ir .'
F1} .. '.-- "f: ; .v.SliuivejSt"zcIstat1P'n; i.L1 ", 'Cpa I le" io',iw0:.olg l me .J 1 11t..
: .." -.' .. .. tianj'a.or PIe IIiIi, full]of' bere state, reildenceraMojancesl cfeflIgti.raMIes1bs'(&ItWul. 'la. -.I
vjiv.v'r' .:.r 'wltbtit'dirtierenre
*. ._ .' d".,IN.WPOItIuln.day by 6 p in.' the.mail engravings; $4.;' ,An':adltldh '(ia : ls4 F-J-1 I t.
,, ; ,.. '. :/ 01' .- by-feoou to carry. : on. I to:. eof' Q' -paper. wvars/ S.vwaafe. Qar i.'ljik
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.*: *:xv.n-v' / ,Proposals, to'extwd "the tci-woekly service' to 'N*,A froin :; ;-lo. -ie',. M.often:*" aftba l' : tsportatIon.iibneqessazjse ,c- .me4tab1., .. (brmailinft'; S r ... ;nr

4 :,i..t.M&ib; ',will be considered.. : : adyertiieaent. fwoires in the Urae.stMed, hi! I'certuotjn4 securltlctsqcb prv141brwthedu, ceiwity. ',.,, .;- ST.: DANIEi. ADEE'J P..a..t'.L'. ''.: : ", :: \ JrOE ; Jlnf t-i.:' t:, *
i :l4 \ ,33I7ZrOatfl' TaHihusee,. by Lipnv JJirion, .tb 4w' od bu iillowpi 'a'odo.iaf. '.' Ufl1pefl1tiOfl': ', t : ': : .,,J01.fwtOA..uett Allw Y_. au 't
t .,;. : .' : :. '.. 'B'f *- *>. I. l," ,Yenihi loi it Wd.pro'p osta a. A.of c!* : ,5eft.l8th.18KL" ; "< -" S 1" : ott4wT" ,.*
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