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 26, 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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.aDd rSSJlStai will be chtrswi far tU MMmw- Treaty with the TwSicito*.of Coy; te understood. ; applying pgatipn .: nai. -, all. czsotl buer.'ndl: ; ellcfi6; .ba .,w.el.J. the, ; rpaottlons"ot i tfo ron soil'ad |t!,

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ODe 0 DebtMa.ad Creditma.. ''r 10A ED DECEMBERISt;; 1846. .'. port and; nbtber, situated iri-thjs Slatei ''cny go.4s'oruierchandizempgr4.4 :oicihes, win Jt''il ;tIiFr 1t i :.hil1 b 'i 1t .
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Letters A4milrilU'atloq Pruiiltni \ United of of either'cbnfracting-pa'rty I8Uchnavi- ort the *< ?
ror. jSt4atdcJmmions.of.the.t
Pli wUl be loaned, gr*iuJr By the. bfthe\ ; .te : : pcxied into, ''eUntedSate8_ pf
1.7 .upu OIC1 America ; x' ration an,l trade being reserved:exclusively *nd' wo high cnqa 1 ca-jvethei, vsI4i ..of the&e"o J. II'

"; 111: aawlmble peraoM. uicaLiOftl..ri1l PROCLAMATION.' .\ d" ;t.ontttipnaI ve8sel.iiyesselsoj I ing pnrtie 5 save and except general ,. .f I\' t6'B,oti. .r. i'U' tJt. y-\di,ot1os') th1" :

I charged!I bill s.;MTtitf'l1'WJMI.rGr Job Frintint.mat be paid- ndr.thf'ttiftrJ Whereas, .a Treaty o( Commerce either ..f-ountty shall, however, be"perfmitted -' .,siiqE eases,.wherein: the, laws. nji,ut i 4 W'e f P1 an-\l ;:s '(' tt : ::fnW ..
a NaVigation between the, U. States to load or.'unload the whole bt gee of the;country*rniy'requirfl: theJi if1
01 the WMrtJ" \. : l .; ;j ptt' ili r ij! 4
aU ami@aicsiov In_ _be af4.&o.cn.l.rJI1' ., Anierica' and his Majesty the KIng part.*of their cargo' es'J. iit.one. or' 'more' :terveition of. any,.pe\ial agent :in ti)h. .el .fr nK q.1l't ., -' ..1'd ....:1); h; :i

& 1LAY1ID. of-the; : Kingdom of the Two.Sicine, 'ports inthe r : States of either-of die high Stateanddomiipjo p. pf the, high cpcontractin -. 'Th x vle rides, 'that as thtTe'soUin'd :' f)

"iIOLME&C d was concluded and signed Naples, contracting partie ;nndf then.tdproceed' rl1ctl;..pr- le'.h.< 4 : pr t ? indugi". ":: $ '-.' I <
& co.. ,,..vrtl1ll pn, the first day of De6emberf v oq'< to cmpletethp, said. J loading, or ..nn*_ i. .! RqIqiII1.Eackqf :!h eol-p: fi.e 9.tilt I!' lpt odJW't. -. ....

ESSns., .ti.r.k, HOLF.of Mprrhididizr 1i. .,. "hsrgiiIdi thousand eight hundred dud forty five,. ohdin 'at a"y.otbcr.port or, ports in thefcrfme :, ;h. tbigh '1 lrto.te pot3ef't1keotlr, shall not beto ') ., .1 F
"r.trmi'rIy'flCrUP. )". hr'rhiUni..d SiiitOni'nrnent '',. which
tn*a., I1Uis. Tb.'y hevi.aa.4v and: ItaVmnlanguages, i*, word To r .-1 ARTICLE"V. 'i< '. ) : >i /je imposed on the like productions :: i><
.. thrir- tock.. hfjh of UwwrnniU Giwiili. Grie word, as follows : Neither'o(, two Cvpvernments; ipr nercjai Agents,jbf tbeir. o\yi\, ppoin of the,raolt favored nutioni, to'1.. -$ .1 9'I

Nrtr Hardware.P.**full ..I'rn.-Ul rt'wni nt. &r.Dry. &(t.. which The United. States' of America- am any corporation er ngent acing in be, nent, who shall.enjoy tliesamepriviJ Jch the'red' and, ,White I :wines of the Km dem1. I. 1 1f

-crrita._ atf' 4 tn .11 lit rpjse.I" rrirH.fh hit Majesty the King of the Kingdpti halftor under! the authority .of .either, :'es nnd(powers;pf thpie,of the/most. ,fir o the. Tivo'Skfli! s."ery'kind.'intf.' : t 1

a" ""* I'"rd M if""***" Cotton.hJ0 of the Two Sicilies' equnlly nnimatp( Government, sfiall', iti the ,purchase. of "re.d 'natiou L but if atiy such nRuls Jing, those, or.: Marsalattiich may rja : : ; ,1S

'ItIei p*f awl, ..h.i pwhm. and nl milk lVcwwnlry., ca',ailmmv. nt' *0'.e.oiIImPftts with the desire of maintaining the relations any articfe' 'whlcn,' ocing the growth, sl nl.!! exercise i dommc; ce, iley'hall 1 be mp rt d.directI'iniothe Unhed States' i

ibLh'4'; $ritrl-ratf In tlrir* fiird. .in .Syag&uoIi nnror of good understanding which hiv< produce, ''or 'mAnufactUTe' 'of the; one' object tpjhp6atne J Ia\v8, .and .usages i ivhich o or America, whether. i in: vessels :of iKe* *

o-r\rflUn.. ; : N,* Y rk. hitherto happily subsisted betweer country shall be imported into the other theprivate; ,individuals l .of( their )ne. or of the_ other i country, .shall not" t

ThI1 hft\"e a new artid.wttlliel..rf"fI"Ctfulll Wrnujht Irm t4ith.It$14d11fl their respeclivejstates; nnd 'consolida give, directly or indirectly, nnypri. lation are subject in thesanie. pljice. )ay.bigberprgreterduies: thad. _'thqsif'

4'itnths" nll"iPlr whif-h dtf'y,.. ting the c comnercial) intercourse he- ority or preference account_ of, or in The said consuls} ,vice, consuls anonarnercial of the red! aiid ,vhUCvides of the most

JIf\.YiU. r\ny. G. Ir p tween them, hare agreed to enter ink reference .to, the national character of I ] agf r\ts.< '.are authorized i tequire f avored. ti_ ? I.. And in' like.iaanner;.. ,1It 1
negotiations for the conclusion of n the vessels in which such articles shall' the assistance pf' the':,.local. athoritie -' the cottons of the United Slates ofinerica '

riwl OIL "AMBI.R.w"II.I." Is." Treaty of Commerce and Navigation,, have beeni'tiitea,; ,it being- tbe- true for the search, arrest; deter- Al which .may be 'imported' dl.| '"

.. ENTisrSS- located liinwlf"rl'hfi inf 11,4- for which purpose they have appointed intent and meaning oft-e' high ontrac ion, and Imp!! nJ1e.1t of the deserterrom '8 ectly into the Kingdom of'the,TwoSi: ; '
nndJJ 1II'l'I that is to : that "distinction difference ( the hips of war and merchar in vessels of the '*
,u1.in she rrftC".ir.t' lI Vnljitry. : plenipotentiaries, say ting parties nn or :ilies, whether one or i
"liurtiio** inierPUd in tin |.t.! .. intewU. nHuk The President of:the United. States of whatever.filialI; be made in' this "easels ofthei co ntry. For this pui of the. .other: nation. shall Dot pay higher i4

itni. permanent. winter !h LIi'nri._. ib. Md. nrr| kBBA.*>i."in n- America, William H. Polk, Charged'A f respect. I lose, {hey shall apply to the competent or greater duties' than the cottons of JS
other pLe.r.u '
,11f y1-ili;_:. .m" III .1. e..mm..eitb I IfU &(,.1 mires of the said United States of Amer ARTICLE VI.j trib'tinalsj"dsie; ; and officer nd'shilll Egypt,' Bengal, or .those of the'most fa1 .

11M.; .af .n"..r. .:.,'n n"'" ri.4e1.rs ica to the Court ef his Mrtjesty the I. The high contracting> parties, in r writing demand .t the said deserterI0v.IrI2' : rored.. iiations.. 'j" i
'fllnt.E" engagejin ,d et.
,in O""li.'f I".rr..,".. .n.1 Iinl.of tbe Kingdm oldie Two Sicil by the exhibition of ihe icgi -
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\ that
regard to the personal ll privileges. ARTICLE! ;u ;
.1, t..I.r.lh ies nnd his Majesty the King of the United' erg of'the 'vessels, the rolls 'of'thecreVS shall be '. -
"i, '" on" t. an .'rlin' I4't.fl13ftwtY the citizens of the States of The present treaty inorce
fr. Ii
Ko..27/4r&fO' If Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, D. Gins America shall enjoy in the dominions or by other official document! rom this Jay.. and for the term of'- riH 1

tino Fortunate, Knight irand 'rnss of his Majesty the Kinur: oi. thti Kingdom hat stuch individuals formed part of rears, ani) further,' until the end oft 1 I

Ncro Ca Ibt."L.S the Koynl Military Constant mian Ordei of the 1 ,Sicilies, and the subjects ofhis he crews; and this reclamation ben. uclve l months after either. of the:highlontractin f
r.\KKN IT I' ii..il! r--n-tni.-l. 1.1 JiI.t I tfSt. te0re, and of Francis the ,,1st, thus..oSubsiuntinted. the surrender ahall shall' have .
in the States of
said) given.no-
majesty United parties
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!5 be refused. '
i.'" ; t of State of his said not -
-.i.emi. Minister .
., "r' teI4rt. "hI'lv Secretary America, that! they shall have free ,arid lice to the other of its intention to teraihate
f1Ia.;_.i"..Ilk. .tu'Ii ."I.'uigit es'.". IIi.:,"m.t.' .1-\: \t' Majesty ; D. Michael Gravina and Rerjuesenz. undoubted right to travel and to reside Such deserters, when arrested, ahall the same, each of the said higbfloniracting .

_.1,3" ,..,' "'" ....'.,. tl .t..i .. .I' hi. 'ir.','. .1.11.1.n. Prince o1" Ciniiiui: Knighli in the State'of the two high contracting be placed at the disposal of the. sai c parties reserving ttf' jtsslf'':; '
."': .. '. .... ,2d V '.. I'. r'riu:. ..l. th.Mise' .' (i i rand Crts: m the 1'oyal Order ol the onsuln., vice. consuls! or c commercial i he : giving such notice 'at' the:
.... ,. .,.. parties subject to sums: precautions g r'ght 1
., '111TI "' S is !
fS.r PVincisthe l ftrcittltfiuan the t ham and be confined iii the put: :
lsif ents, said of or it'J
,. ..... t 'r,1I.!.I. "n"'" 11'.r! I" of police which arc practised towards may mid of the term ten years, '
"1':1'' II 1 III'. ;t..ro b:n I I der in \vaitm-K ami \1 luustpr Secretary the subjects or citizens of the most favored Ifc prisons, nt'th'c request and cost of any subsequent term. : .
-L4fZ4 I .lun :1'\RKIn. >Slate of 'aIdltj'sty ; and D. Antonio nation hose who shall claim them,'in order tobe ,II'

. 'rr: ..1 flIII"f....|j|" rounty.h. Spinelli, of Sciie! ; ComiuauJer ol shall' be entitled to detained until the, time when.the ARTICLZXIU.snull be ,
Tlfpy occupy The approved
If' treaty
T4"1'" fl3't. S-j' .!'r Ift'lfi. thc Koyal Order of K.n& ci?* the 1st, add warehouses and to dispose bull be restored to the vessel to wInch i present the .of thir 11J 4
dwellings ; i ftnd ratified by .President : ..
LJentleman of the Chamber! of his said of of hey belonged: sent back to their bwountry I and with'be .
their personal property everykind lofted. States of Americaby\ :
For '
..f;. .1. r"nl"i..ill Majesty, Member of tin General ( oniilta and description ,by sale, giftnexL'haug'e by a vessel of the same: hatlor advice and.consent\ of the Senate
\ \; .t1 Al: i.K pi*i. H .: ,, ,. .
cJ.i. ... .' I ..'.ITli". arid Superintendent Ueneral of )r other vessel whuts ever. Uuf i p. I 4 I
_ "Uueh" un vvil1 in other any anti his I
: 24: 10- l ".i! Y ,. or any way of.the said Stats; by Majeityhe :
I I'."ru I.I.l1I', 0" 'j?.' S.' jti!,' I 11"f'r. .'"' '!" """!'!,..n he Archives of the Kindlon ; who, af- whatever without the smallest hinder- not; sent Lick Within four month '
't Kiug tbigdotqh9io .
.. ..I.\ ,h. ':.if. 3,1 'i44I f... ''f''' full of i arrest Jf abe %
'I Heir
ih.aiJ. : er having exehauged'their powers, rum the oay! 9r. '
:S. ?. .! jar.entjp! ..rdi' .; I iiiicc or obstacle; and their heirs or'representatives >icjlcs, ( ,. and the rati rTcat ton'. lnF)
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d1Iip. r. bund in god and due form, hare con of.such: i imprisonment' rut .
eitirerisof expenses. the I
1 expiration.
..J.crtt..M. -V !I. "!'_ '.ri.u r"111." heliigsubjeets-or xchange at Naples, at
HA M.I DAY.Administrator's ; I :l uded and signed the following art ices. defrayed by he paity"causing such! '
.l.4iiI.. S. F. the other high contracting party, shall ofsix months from the date ofi its. signa-,
;. tf. nest and "imprisonment, they;shall bet irtK/ *
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Oc-I.ot. a succeed their goo.lIsyheth'' .
to personal. lure, or sooner, itpossibie.in .
-- --- ARTICLE I. at liberty, and shall notbeugain: ur- .
er by testament or: ab inteytato ; witness, whereof the respective-
Notice.. There shall t% reciprocal liberty of may take possession thereof, either by' rested for the same cause. pl nip liar e have signed the same* i.t .
: I* lijr"liy ,v.- t.. ( ".I t..r. .f "" .1 However if the deserter should ,bund .
NOTlc... fiiiVbti; i>.II".ftIlH".n nW ths f4fl= '. omln rce and navigation between the themselves'or by others acting for them, committed crime j and'have affixed thereto the seals) 'of 'f .
JJ.. .>fk.. n' .....*-.l. .i'<4 I" f.U! |...nn. "Ie. I'nited States of America nod the find dispose of the same at will, paying fo to haye any or ieir'ariris. :I' :
41y hIvsR risi.nt..r .l<-rui.xl.< \% ",<>*vir M :a'n.l tingdoftn of the Two .Sicilies. to the profit of the .respective hence, his surrender may be 'tlelayet 'Dorte at: Naples, the first of Dec in-"!; .!. .. :

. -4"1., in Mt*.tl'.*. lliil) : <.nl..u th** ntm<* IM No duty of customs,or other impost, Governments such dues only.as the in- ntil the tribunal,-before which his cast .bet, i in the year one thousand eight huti-v:
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. ..1iUiNl.. H'*i,1 thin the |""ii the
ihall be chaige'd upon any goods, inhabitants of the country wherein d-aiid'foriy five.
n v. (rum tI.tIc .1y.OC'thbtor. 1845. hwy will and such''sentence ,
. or manufacture If'on ,coun- said shall be subject to its sentence, .. r: si JVILLlAll H.'POLK.GlUSTINO .
<5 ee Wrr dttJi'ir, ..rllill.'..,.,:li C'Mtnlv ice, In. .(."nlhs..r1l,1ar try, upon importation by sea or by land in like cases. And in case of the absence hall have < into t r L.s1 .FoaTuriATo.'S'

In 0.'... 1847. f'r fin$ ll.. h"f'". I win such country into the other other of the heir and representative,. .AtrICLEIx.. c'f L. s.-I PRIKCIPE DI 'CoMiTiNI.-. t. a m

Cr.t nj ..\.i"iniur.ti.WILLIAM.>..WEEKS. "dr or higher than the duty or impost'charged suck care shall be tuken of the laid goods If any ships.of war or ,merchant,ves., <' L. :S.j ,AoNthSpEitT j ': ,).. '
J,,, >c.55. 184G. iqi upon goods of the same kind, the would be taken of the.goods .of a naive sets be wrecked on the coasts. of th .AXXC* .wherek ,the s3i4..eat'r 'haeen'duly "u. .

. iroduceor manufacture of, or. impor'ed .of the said country in Tike case ; State.of. either of the high contracting Tatiffedcofl both parts t t:1dh. ..

t, Administratrix Notiee rom,:any other country ; and the Uni- until the lawful owner may take measures -' parties, such .ships' or vessels;' or an) : sspectlVe, ratifications, .pT the 'same' V*
.. Necu'ia.*.Iiirby lItied tadi gin"lrilHiiinn It. ciiNlitorn ii thn*sf,C*
Lszhw HimHey J'cenu'd.'nil l tnnll,pentmid whorlnimi he Kigg of the i&ngdom of the I wo question should arise among several urtenances belonging thereunto, andall dBy"pf June, .one. thousand eight hun .

'all .. any or .demand whatevernriinterrtt icilies; do hereby.engage, that the,subects ;lttmants as. to which* of. them said' I goods and .nierchandi-sa"which:shal..11be I r 'dr red'and forty .six, hiV 11I1a"rn H.Wllc\ ,. \

:, 4iq HI SMid K'tnte. that nnlcn* th* or citizens' of any ether States oods belong, the same shall be deci-. saved therefrom, or the producethereof ""Charge,D'Affaires. .o t the!'United. Stalesvid I

,,. ..ftxhibhed frwn thid nf* dme.aMertrdvitlun tVy will th Ite.bnrrcd.and | eriod.-ofn hall not enjoy any favoc privilege, or led finally by thevlaws and judges of if s ld' shall be faithfully rest;: ,D.: Giustiup' Fortunate, Knight J1

: : rltUn. d.nlladtlQain.thr mm unity, whatever.in matters of..commerce he land wherein the 'said gqods are. red with the least ppssible'delay'' ,to the I Urand ,.Cross/. tlie .:Royal MitarDustantiflian ;

F..a1.ba'ln. r.'..t..1 to p.e'i.n, tllPm'tft'J.hn M. end navigation, which shall ,not They shall not be obliged to pay roprietors, upon being claimed byem : ,Older or.it* G K orgeandacistbe *

Melatith ClOl."n Minty.nndTliornAi C. Elli Iso, aodai the same time be extended index any pretence whatever, any tax's or their duly authorized \or.s;;. of; i Jsi: Hrii t, r. ieak:( 1.; J

l4ahcbucnuniv, a FRANCES< my nwentn.-HINOLEY.AdminUiratris.withlmt .1eID. ). to the .subjects or ciiixens of the ,other of impositions, other oV greater than n id'_ if .there are .no, such,proprietors! 01ctprs State *of 1II",,' S3.ld Majesty J D." i1l:"1of rme

ligh contracting party, gratuitously:if hose .w.bich are paid, or may hereafter on the. epot,.then thesid goodsid 'l! 'CTrayiiia- and f ez'ifrane.; s- (

i.,lilt IC II. 1346 .6m he concession in favor of that. other. be paid,' by subjects.or citizens i .of I merchandise; or the proceed i'th re:. of..c.( oniSiui; 1) JK'nlg htA randtrrossonnft.Fnuicishe. i :, '. IxnIcLL1er

State .tfbaU have been gratoitou and in the most,favored nations :jn,the respective ., uf, \vell'as"all) the papers' found 1st., en-1.!. 11 ;

:: .At.h 1stral r'. lVetice. return far!& ,compensation as nearly 8possible' States,of.,the high contracting,par board suCh wrecked ships; or vessels,; tlemnn of die Chamber in Availing; ; aad It I.,1.

>- lfl:. '.crMitorc U the Eut lufrilnjire au f William aacl vihfn McCall"(IiU'1.. proportionate value, and_ efftct -. ties. '' shall be delivered' to \the. American; :oriciliati Minister[ Secretary.of, ,Sie. of hh"s4ftl1 :>. 1

6 III,Nu* ctMintyV* Flurid .lidtM .&... IIn' to &H adjusted by{mutual agree. 'fhey shall te ,exempt' from all military Si consul or vice c nsurin whose l jesty; }and p .Atoiiio Spilli, pC aaIea tt t I

t\:;. "! and ndninnutHsl in !. and apj..sr ment, if concessiurv-ehall. have been icef.\Vhet.herby Und l .or bysea district[ the ufreck mav. haVe lAken i-placej S C I m\nde or. lal ael. ::, < ii
.. thwi,fc.|.r brfnrp N. ibf. Holi. rnMe.. th- Judcfuf.f I'rii.- conditional. from forcedJoann, and from \every extraordinary and such c iwil I,Vie erpnsul l,proprietor* ::Faiicilo! .: ;18t., ,fleixun: r' !ililnge Itaer
*M oniniy. nt CiMirl 1'nihatc lit : a jyof.
s.1a.oIct UieCiNirt lititi% in wiid pinmly, tin UK ARTICLE n. .(oqtrib tio.r.' not; general' or. factors,' Hhal1 pay Only the'isxpenseaiQurred : Ob13 ::8 1 J. ) :t ap '
if, and law .established.. Their dwel-- ,lathe p/esftrvatjpn; of the prosrtyj.tpgistlier .. erarCpnaulta, anil 'SijfpeaVrai rln.:1iena
Mei14y i. April. 1847.and |K>W cHU f. All) articles the produce or manu ,by : ,
" i' ('h Q., .h) 1 h.HiM not 1 lie sIiirharg.'iI.knPlfmnifl.giiln facture'df either country, and of their 1!lags,.warehouses. ,(and .all premises appertaining .: p ; )viPte! -rite of salvage, n1,U' :?f tKe Archtvea',ofine.tiag'

.i4 Wj1 aU ; .. ut' the or fiat: .fto respective, states, which can legally be thereto, destined. for pUlp o. idixpemie.r of quarantine, wnicfi.I wouLdivebeeiiaabl ,o.. ,ontbCpaofthefrspeciv.4. .. It'u,9Cfruuent
. MCullrc5 'ru ncr an al") like 'case or"a i. -v-u
. iieths s'..a the r. to U| madf' by me ,.. wild.Iwn. imported.into either country from the ses,of ,eo u 1er .e or.residence. shn11bt,: b in'ine ,.:. 4?

.. IF. R ALBERTI.' Adrn'ori I other, in ships of that (cou.ntryand respected.. ,'0, .arbjtrary.seiirchcpf: \or, .., reck.of a'national l vessel 'and all goodu 1N QwTtiEaEFP2R1! J1 ENoW.thL'. i.t

-- Y Mil1c.S I't. 18.18.: l1..... .6m. ,thence corning,. shallj-'when' so imported visit. to, their bouses,;and no arbitrary pnd iuiercbdumdiiesave4 from the. nlestilearej reeklall. \MES !{. POLK,' President of the J
.. A.IIIhIhtrate Wetlcc.- be.subject to!the:same dutiesand', examination. inspection i ; .whatever. of f, Ith l. not. jbe; subjecMo .diqs, U nited.States or\I d. have causedesaidLreny a

I S11.XT"s aft"i1sk,. I .u.presrnt my: enjoy ihe same!privileges, 'whethor.inv the books, p'ers, or, 'accounts oftheirtrou'e cl for' ; consilinpiipii! ; .it .beipp claim f. uu< < : jtp be, .made .pjblct; -

.uty. diecisi4 JoJ.w4t1.rtauii-l'iu. ucaIumba' I'nitale. ,rlh.ipiref the(oilier.: and, in like manner shallbe !ee uted, lOnly .m ..conformliy.with : pon such wreck, goods :' ; auseLpiil; nLcJethereOt.. may Ik plftrir.yed.and ,
' k.id CUlaaa1. for. Id'.the a final:Hit".I.-mml Judtc fir.lIkl K' all goods which can legally, be exported tbe legal 'Benteoctj'of .a:coinpeteniitribunal : same-shall b
< 1k..j 4ii51 thi .arne tin.a.t"ll. r.httr ,I: or,-r -expo ted from eithei coun ;-and,eachjoir".triehigh! ll contracting'parties -i iI :to the competent tribunals_ of thti,c'1 '-th.e.. .United $tai: ?nd ithc }:IU e p

41j,1151 uch 4miuwrat, ',which;U',. .f try to the other, in, ships of that.other. I engages that the citizens or8ubject8pr '.ry. .' 'j c." 'thcreor. 't' a :it ; t tIc

.: Ifteitt.4 ba Aid Ktatr., are sIi'skrd; iu lakr, country, inul tI! when .exported of re.. f .tbeotJier: ..jesidng: | .in! lQe rrespective ARTICLE X.' each'of theIo : WITNESS t&aEOiFj I ,aeherI
JAS. R KUlnKTSo. vssels of
merCnW( ;
1 tlleir The .
'4ui1&18(6. Asliuisiirat.'r.' exported, be subject 'to. the iarne duties,- btates7 sliallenjpy property'and ; ) I to'. .6L' myhandandcaus tLtheses1C. :
, and be entitled:.to the. same privileges, ; personal 1 'seciirity' in'as-full ,t\v! ,1eonirctingpartie5 : United' States to':be.afixcd. r?:sD6ne'at t
A. "hlktrat8rt. 1VJ Uce bounties and nikwancea undJun'pltfmiuiuet as their own citizensoprfubjectsf : ,foVced.by: :btressuC1wca1hqroiOLberLike t ; i .
drawbacks, ; : : : ,the C ity of.W a.f iugtoR,tli.
'Si; .
. MONTHS Tier datI', I .1MU nab anpliioU I fT.theon ; the.subjects or_ .citjzeus in.o.we.p'1::0; '90rl?:qf the.otbei It .
" J H .. tscsuglj( N..I, rUl', "'ai'l" *V11h11W111tail! : ': country, ior*iaships of he"o ber. : of.11.) ,jnostj i fayoridnaUontARTICLEV1I.' ., c : aIJ i ;gx JrRJ l-aIL ttie Benefit q ) "C ,"of' Jf'the thr year.of oar;Lotd oo_t ppu'BEAU -* :

I' ''% cl m.c'.clttanla. .is1asich'i. .. .lmw. I ,.- ." : ivi!gOt.101l jSid} for ; t l:sand eghthundre4 andif( T :
t kete"ge [
III. .. Wnicb led to
ARTICLE niotive
'a.i.1'iUi"n'C.'O.N..II. I I'ajussi l llUf irihe
g \
Tb ei'Jjzt'ns na.tl e"subjects 1ofeathor ; t:: : iy six. :and of; the. In ffi*?
.o..t harbor l.i..t.f
... .. |IWiinuir Ii.c1sjs' No,dutiesot.tonnage, i. : be real.and evident, aud if no vktl
"" Mfcl ; .othersimilar t fV 'li'g 1i ating. partii i :dence -pfinke! .Uakejl W.
&IIf' ii4' no rlll'I.> houses, pilotage, quaranliBP, or ofcoiumercebe done-by loading "
the: therito iiion ,
4 LIAI'\V1NG.\T&! & AJa.V. duties of whatever nature,' : fonder :shall:bfte&ithk&t1eOf I the aeyeatyirst.J.AMES.K.i'.
1, ercfaaDdisej.well! under- .
; _!?.t3..1a..cu. ,6m._; 'denomiuution :shall be 'ma.f; :thei rown'aR""i: r;Lbej wives\ ;, c lunciading: -1 -, O

----- .;. NOtice imposed wlmtever'.in eiiher.couiitry..gpou.the.vcsjft I. .Qr .to..nmmi'.those'J4ilA.to, .14LirTh \ 4Py121rJng; whICf) .my that J.,lbeloadinfffor, : d di .os,uuideceWry ,!: t the'Pre id nf: 1r ., .: i.I': C

... 8'A..latnu.u.'.TiIS4tfrr4' (VN.II.Jaid4 4 .sbis1Pl14).'.'(.1'r.ms u'i1ir .. tir't'I JIIIR' !.''* iR'her Unlted.c"Uttef.Or, rCpeCo1'TOy4C8 America !may ie.'V9P appointas- pf.."OP)1o, tbeirrroker{;! '\yin1they, fac.kuuKf'nti ; tr.o fe cetoifd" f i v, o f' ihaltiiiot.tut'b Jb e'repan&t 'j.4 JA\tB5'Uttc:, ,, a 'J'_ ... AN'jlfISe'. "C,.. ... 1., .ratary.otS8. .i-j ',. I ..,..,. I,
be'\Ve n ;hq onoft tfie Vet seV ,
N. Nt ''tli t.'lf'a4dtnuii4_ ; halim ciifzensand' subs; r iho
: jeditar. .
'm and the Kiilgdo'rn t6f:iH.e Iwo: iCtUcs. : 1"*,;q r. L.j DeWcqfr
u3.ft.1Hg.I.LJir1iz. : Sncs.tCh"uIht' < r onYctlt1pa : H2.j.cIei i ( f fPpcrM ) tBPWperceill'i ... '
. : kl"....S.c..r.,....(.1st.f "IttC1"". ifIadn, dn fe'peel' ot r u'n." :"vkiyUge, ir jectsof! --the two'htgb 7 .p 1 -, KHP' or du.es', .oso -0'OS"MJ !u.tJldi.tu.Ja._ .. .
4.. ; .SI'ICEIL'.C' ., "a.OUCIC4 t -baling wh'icti .*hall ,.tot'.beie4iatlyI3potFc& ; ties bel restrained. ih'eir' chiGOip. (r \ t'a. itt.said; n. P'i vessetrdo,not'J1 slay inoffWrfd '' I Tr'wr'tb'e' eiJ4mtt'vefIftietM.gakfaat \
; ; ;
-\d..i "'fW'.id- .L I ".. .telAra j : .tia the:likiE:casel:,.\Q&W-\ titti e.soa 1.10 ac1.tIR au"" .".JlP ae_.J leJ.,ill r. [ $5-'tfjft He t aarf keep': is CQnli4S 11 :'L'J7O.1 1 o. I

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: ; BIT APTHQBITY:, plenipotentiaries- have signed the same, certained to have baen xaused by whilf.perSOD't"tJ.t ,ed.,, f \ _'hen, .the ten"T1".r regiment bill, allufod > dilnation; ,fpreaa4WMcb1:,w i J11.8'- V
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: 'aad have affixed thereto V J the seaprpf4their P ? 'Af1 r I; d to. ilqthtiov|! ctjerrtuuicatton to : /....acannot' to_ ',int .

TREATIES. arms. :1 *9 1 I Itisjwitk eatpeasuethatweleayo} | I Il.llj| ,UniojW bein onsidered, the bt. deahisb.&tfIenaI. a h..''.'''''.-Yri.' ')1...
Trtatti 1iitJl ;reat." Britaw, of Limit* Done ,atVuhingtowthe fifteenth. p !:?Wbill : ,. ..
point watPralled authoriz.
lt dUt from die a60ve that-apprehensloti8 that : ; .t. -r ;;, ,
b wWal:1Qfthe.. ocky'Jf .day of June, fn the year of our Lord : : _
: .-' :cozccu7DEDmNE 15th, 16. thousand eight hundred and forty of immedjate violence from the Indians ed the President during, the- recess. to, rweat'ott'CVidfie.eought"IIHli.Q ""- l)
pae -
By ifoprtndtniof'tht.. UnittdStda. of aiL. ... in ::Orange, ) 9t1,.are ground- I'commission the company officers first : ,. J'\,tticl : ... .. ,
,i ; '.-. .R uri a. JAMES BUCHANAN, [L. 8.] lesi. '. We:sincerely hope that we may ,. and then refer them to the Senate to be e' in'ed"at :: t !ftI a
: ly'i8erfdthi'
ratified. Hut Mr. CALHOUN said that
Whereas Treaty)t between> :tl e United whereas the said-treaty? fc has been'' r.receive* js i b !>;.. ** \i'r** *"ry& ?t( ]lip **C l' : and/esdoned, by,the adraiamandin ....

! i ; States 'of America and He Majesty' duly ratified V on both parts-aad-the--., **from* -.alf-_l-- g s ,er8.J Is time* lnat.the tneCbristltlitloVrequired the 'Fresfdenf : n:1:itjr object;was to RIet1
V f 1irtWR t >4 vBlMMB''M"VVd
the Queen of the United K of : *alarms flnr ii f ."'Qnd7iR Wir'l V lify Mr.Calhcfna b>;AVfoeW J :
I igdom fpective'.ratifications of the;same .were cause of all these+ distressing; ;. o n k 6.1 i.'Uij.. ; "ppdintsuch \ ;"

:; ttf Gre Britain, ,and Ireland. '- was,concluded exchanged at.'London, O'l ihe seven- ,was 'doneaway: with 'The 'petio&focV : : officers, and authorized, Congressto repeated' endorsementsgiyeate ij'p,
and signed, by ,the 'plenipotentiaries bel by Mr. Ritchie, and the".. -: .
teeuth ultimo,:by Louis. McLane;'envoy. the'adjournmcht'of Congress is fast*p. vest in the ,President. afone) the ap dorseroerit of it _
the fifteenth by the
i at Washington CQ I only d4.e

E day,of June last,'wi ;ch treaty extraordinary of the United and States minister and plenipotentiary :Viscount-. I p roach ing,fbut 'we hope that this eVerit I pofritment of--V''subordinate'' "'\;>* : i officers, and'V I Senator, from Tennessee, 'te" _.. :

ei. : A: is,' vord, for word, as follox: .: ,Palmerston] ,her' Britannic, Majesty's will not.take.place, until,; !some f provision. that., in. his. : .opinion, the-- nominations': ': vince, bin) of \hi* fact. :z. _t;

: i1F The United States of .An/erica and : Principal Secretary of State for Foreign has been 'made for the. rempval.of tbq !4hbuldemade. beforet.the. '"Senate, adjourned Mr. VV. states that the Union hj:

:t; her Majesty': ,the Queen'r me United 1 I Affairs,'on'the part of their respective Seminoles.! The united voice of .the or.. ,be.vested iri'the President article lasVSeptembeY bribed chargewith d 8 i.fa;:
p Kingdom Great Britain aid Ireland, C Ii: -0 being who had,
Governments. < : : :alone in order to eom ly\Vth the Con ftf. ftrw
whole State,-of the egisatureiaridof ihe '
.t be desirable forthe future .French bill.
deeming to spoliation
} .H
Now therefore be it known'that. I ; ; ";
: ,
: -welfare of both .countries, th t the! '*statevhich o : JAMES, K., POLK, President of the our Congressmen, ., should. V ha'ye'sorrid. stitution.* r *;Thc* l Seriatevoted. r, i { Won/the*. voted for that.bjll, and would agij 1-r
\ V. ; ( I
4 g of doubt and uncertainty hasT United States of America, have caused I influence ,.upon the action. of. govern ,understanding .that.thd: .bill,would; .not beliieving'the claim to be jn t HeW, 0j

hitherto! prevailed respectin > the sove-. the said Treaty to be made public, to ,I ment. The interests. of' the. : .whole]. ,be defeated, ,but .would,at most. be delayed D tcn de.d.Jo..ru.o.e.QR.Q. coutif'tide t .r...
4-.: : reignty ,and,government of, he territory the.ejpuon: [ | ofl lr.._.lle
: the end that the same and every:clause 'State are involved, and those interests: Only a single 'day, .and that_ -the Ie.
hevas advised "norto
the northwest coast of America : "
c i4 on giVe ,. I
: lying westward of the Rocky or Stony and article thereof may be' observed ', are, certainly. 'worthy' of 'soine uttetition. ten regiments provided for in: the bill much .importance. He was *
and fulfilled with faith the Uni. '* '
2 !t mountains, should be finally termin.ated'br ted States and the good citizens.thereof by V 1 t V V .
'I an amicable compromise of the In witness whereof 1 have ''hereunto* We also perceive by the Herald that'we field./or.:.the. present campaign ,,w.t.' j. Mr Wi was charged, .IieMt :-'
,r rights mutually nss red.by the two J is that the being a Calhoun maD, It "'a.
set my hand, and caused the seal of the were mistaken in attributing to t in this state of things net
parties over the said territory have He should' the
.it respectively govith"
United States' be affixed. Union takes'an tomake; people( ( ;r I
to Capt. SPRAGUE a certain 'communication opportunity apremeditated ,
.t ; named plenipotentiaries! to State in,,the choice <>-fl1"President
treat itDd agree concerning terms of Done at'the city of Washington, this 'which appeared. in that journal, and: attack upon,Mr. CALHOUN' 'I(our fifths of;them were i in ,favor ollffr,HT;*
fifth of in '
ff.; such. ttJemeot-thnt is to say ; the day August, consequently uny remarks"; which we ':and: his friends ofthe' mon violent char: :Calhoun, and nine.fen1hsofthjmw
the of Lord
4ttt4 President of the United States ofAmerica [SEAL.] thousand year eight our hundred, and one may have addressed to him j. under the .acter.. The.'mot'i .to. exclude. -"-''the.. editor be if the admjnistratioh''opposed hfircvu
: ca has, on his part, furnished with fullpoV Mr.I Wesrcott Ilsked
,'wbat is0eaocracy
six of the that he the author 'of the Union was presented to the
forty and Indepen impression was are ',
; rs James Buchanan of .
H4 Secretary I / and said that thw
.n 1tkD u.L State of the United States, and her Majesty dence of the United States V \ not to be considered applicable. Senate on the'lOth i inst., and on the 13th 'lay, under this administration! Dea Pr

,the Queen of the United King the se enty-fi rst. the resolution was adopted by a vote of ;cracy was nothing more tban.the'loafs*!.

I 4 dom Great.Britain. and Ireland has, I JAMES K. POLK.' JIB RITCHIE AND THE ATTACK) 27 to 2 t. V I ISo "n,1 aoIaP r.e"co'nft-J\.i D_, .1."It._; &t JUi1JCS____:_ BOQ__ naDer It ... .
the President
i 1ti onher: fart, appointed the Right Honorable By : UPON'ITU*.. CALIIOUIV.In ,from n Lieutenant-General *
JAMES BUCHANAN Secretary of State. much for the offence of the editor, down .to a

:t ....Richard. Pakenham. a member. of our summary of_ Congressional of the Union and his punishment. His Second-Lieutenant. V
;;q; z 441; her jjlojesty most nonoraoie privycouncil --- proceedings, we have briefly noticed "I warn (said he,) the Democracythe
L1. ; and her Majesty's extraordinary THE'NEWS. fault will be. manifest. to any one who of this
envoy the resolutions introduced into the U. S. people country that, tbtr
U and minister plenipotentiary reads the .J.ib llous article. And we .don't know the one-twentieth
:) to.lne United States; who, after having JACKSONVILLE FEBRUARY: 20. 1847. Senate by Mr. YULEE for the expulsionfrom cannot. think that by his punishment. the corruption-the feculent, 'reeluV part
: communicated to each other their the floor of that body. of the edit- '
respective of this
corruption J I tell
uthe liberty of the press" has been in government
;j pr full'powers, found in good and ors of the Union, 'for a libel upon the the people of this country that the GOT.ernmcnt .

; due form, have agreed upon --and' concluded Senate which had been published in the slightest degree infring d. By virtue and the institutions of tfc

11 the following articles : of his office the Printer of the Senate I used but <
their paper. :But from the develope- country, are as a machine to
n ARTICLE I. is entitled to a scat on the floor of plunder them for the benefit of office,
ments made in the discussion, of these
L From the point on.. the forty ninth the Hall. It is merely this privilege beggars, I solemnly believe that if the

; 4I parallel of north latitude, where thebou'ndary COL. R. G. LIVINCSTON. our ad.. resolutions, we deem it will be more interesting which has been taken from Mr. RITCHIE, people of the United Slates kaeW%

4tj laid down in existing treaties vertising columns will)) be found an ad. to our renders to have a more' manner in which the governmenili

i K: And .conventions between the United dress of thii gentleman to the peopleof extended account given them, of the. and he,can no longer sit with Members conducted, if they could all be auto; .

i States and Great Britain terminates the East Florida, in relation to the for.. cause of the event, and of the extraordinary I of.the'House of. Representative*, Judges bled here in the city of \Vaslingtoo'istwenty.ibur

.( line:of boundary between the territories I Foreign'Ministers, &c., to whom it hounc, they would excite

'i fr; of.the United States and those of her mation of a volunteer] company, whieh discussions which ensued'in' whichour is also accorded. He will now be compelled revolution and tumble the President,,

; : L Britannic Majesty shall be continued Col. LIVINGSTON proposes to raise and Senators and Representative have to sit with all other editors and. the heads of departments, both house

# westward along the said forty ninth offer the Government for service duringthe played so prominent a part. We deemit of Congress, \Yhigs and Democrat,

parallel of north latitude to the middle war with Mexico. The enthusiasmand but due to these gentlemen that some reporters at the Reporter's desk. Mr. headover, heels into the Potomac! aDd

1 g. of the channel which separates the continent BLAIR, when. editor of the Globe, occupied I believe they would serve them rigbi
explanation should be given of their action
L daring of Col. LIVINGSTON well -
: J from Vancouver's Island and I
this place for: a l long period, from toot
thence the middle of known and we can assure those who in this matter, inasmuch as false
I sontherly,through choice. By his expulsion from the Mr W. said ,he "supposed that for
? the.said channel, and of Fuca's straits enlist under his banner plenty of warm rumors are rife, and distorted representations what he was now saying, he would!

I t, :.; 4"b ; to the:Pacific Ocean: Provided, howev. work. Our warmest wishes for his of their agency have already ,I floor, the "liberty of the press" bas no' read out of the Democratic party, 'e(
a ? er; .That the navigation of the whole more been violated in the person of Mr.
success shall attend him, and we desire reached our .ears. When the. following office-holders' Well, fet them read
.41';, of the said channel and straits south of
RIr.crnE.liantlieexpulsion1'a memberof him out. He did
statement is read it will be time not want to remaiq
that he find the enoughto
the.forty ninth parallel of north latitude may opportunity to the Senate wDuldOiolnte the privileges in such company. But like his honorable '

i ; remain free and open to both parties. do credit to himself, and .reflect: ,honor praise or to blame-and we trust that of that He has erred and it friend'from Massachusettshi would
: body. ,
bL;. the State of his the conduct of our Senators will beam.ply have
: ARTICLE !! upon adoption. does become the to say: "where shall I got" Ifs
it.t From the point at which the forty sustained by the facts therein rela_ not p/ess to evince could onlyay to his honorable 'friend*

J ninth parallel of north latitude shall be VOLUNTEERS FOR PENSACOLA.We ted.Ve regret that other Democratic<< pretended sympathy for one who 'has behind him, (the Whigs) that'hecoaJJ.,

$ l1 found to intersect the great northern ] and : branded the Senate of the United States not go with them. He did not lelint
learn from the Floridian of the 13th journals, those of the South too,
: branch of the Columbia river, the navigation dsa body of traitors that ihe elevation of the \Vhigs to pow,
of the said inst., that a requisition( has been made have seen fit to manifest great,indignation -
'r1 branch shall be free We.now turn to the second er would. (. ,cure the evil. Corraptw'
', and open to the Hudson's Bay Company from the War Department upon ,Gov, against'Mcssrs. YULE; and WEST- chnpterofthese bad laid its fangs too deeply iopw, ,
t: and to all British orT: while have at'the time' events, .the extraordinary discussions both ,
; subjects trading MOJELEY for a company of ninety men they same parties and there .as no rend/

I ; a with the same, to the pointy re the to garrison the forts at Pensacola. The talked loudly.of the liberty'of.the,press,,
; said.branch.. meets the, main stream of is wanted and yet withheld the: causes,which Jed 12th, inst.-.,- when the resolutions: were party .n pure, old-fashioned democrats_
.: :' company immediately to relieve
the Columbia and thence down said '
the party \\rouJd.discard plunder fat, ;?,
the .under.consideration;
to expulsion of Mr. Rrrcwe, -
: stream to the ocean, with free access I the troops now stationed there, ) its shapes* -
the said In the "Union" of the Sthririst" there Mr., Turney said he did not ,
: into and through river fr\1ri who are .ordered .tD\1e\ ico. The company ** VV ,** ,the approve From the aboye extracts, it'if ill lit
: epithet: "Mexican victors which
: -ers, it being understood that all the usual of volunteers leave Tallahassee appeared A communication; !i ., 'headed
. was to had
. ; t.c. portages along the line thus described .! been, applied inthe! articlein ,the, readily seen how asiJythil: sperch eta_
the "Another Mexican Yictory--frdm': '
16th iost.
on Union, though he'could see no offence '
I. haU in like manner be free and open. be garbledarid. p rverted 'agaiott JI (

:rc In navigating the said river or rivers, which'we give the following.extracts; in.it, and thought :himself that the. action I WESieoTT by.nis enemies.. .. ; I. ,
' fr British subjects, with their goods arid LATEST FROM THE' ARMY.-. -By' theGastnn'wo u The floor of Congress 'is ;another 'of the.:Senate referred to had inu -
section of the"field 'of red tothe benefit Mexico and Tfhlsattack. ,upon the Government)
produce, shall be treated on the same have received Savannah papers conflict. There against V
the of'Mexico' i is maintained .this country. After some further published alone as was done by,tin
: footing as citizens of the United States as late as the 23d) inst., containing cause with remarks

; ; it, being, however, always understood, important news from l'1.exicll. A letter zeal and ability ; there the supplies! he said there were aspirants in Union,"" the '"Georgian" an4 djournals'ill !'

that nothing in'this article shall be construed 'men and money are attempted to-be the Senate 'for the :Presidency, one of disposed towards hire,a prejudice

as preventing, or intended to had been' received at Tampico from withheld-there the sympathies of federalism -- whom,with his small body of adherents; cannot fair ( be exciteiLia tk

l 9:4f: prevent, the Government of the United Chihuahua stating that an American are'invoked ia their behalf. could, joining the opposite party,..defeat o "

l States. from making any regulations respecting r..rcefro Santa 'Fo,, a part of General{ In the Senate ..every measure brought forward,, minds-of all well disposed DemocrstLBut'i

fttRi? navigation or the, said riv- Kearn Y'1 command, had showed themselves of the United' States'on yesterday l :the. and\that he alone .was. responsible:' for must be. reniembered that' f Jff(

L :* er.:or rivers. not. inconsistent, with the ; Mexicans achieved anothervictory-' the consequences''to the country. ., CALHOUN, Mr. BuTtER, Mr. Wssjoff-
i V present 6' ,-treaty.- '- near Chihuahua, and were :immediately Th 'bill- r organizing'V ten Regiments KMr. 'CAi.u Vreply to'Mr.':TURKEY'S and. Mrf'.VVcBB Kad been .tclwfj i;

V o V V ARTICLE IlL attacked by a''superior Mexican i of Regular troops having been, submit charge:that/ he was* -;au.*Aspirant for e "the *'ftien'dVof Mexico" by the Goverpffleworgan l
In the future force. A ; and ted with amendments to Committee .
appropriation of the long sanguinary i a '
:i territory' south of,the 'ninth : of Conference: f.the 'two Houses Presidency, is a noble specimen of.manly -, because they! refuse.'to'mvpH: *
forty parallel battle was fought", ,inwhic'li,. the. slaughter I ; .
kVL: ::: S of.noith,latitude, as provided .in'the that Committee unanimously' agreed indignation, repelling tho ignoble assaults -, country'in tker most ]lavish expcnditM
on nth Hes is said to have,, been : .
first article of thi: treaty; the possesso -- on 'n report, which was submitted to of the vulgar,;and no one in the and 1,to jacrjaase the .already ioi k

- ry rights,of the Hudson's'Bay Company very groat,' surpassing, according. to them for their approval':! The House( vast company)thai heard1! jhim-but, Tehhe amount, of Government 'patrta*'

__/-; and,of,all J_British subjects who'may rumor. ,', 'anythat, ( has yet )been -fought.Ultimately ., Representatives' at;'oace'adopted'the"report -: )Vasatta6ked; : ( 'because'he was aborc, They: cusea'\ot' nAiniaj x !'
'L' were
V be already in the occupation of land or V ,iko AmericaW! vroro\viciorioua i, by a'very'.1 tge majority. In, ''theSenate V-' ; .' .' :. '' o
the .rr eannespes.oi the Demagogue.. .." 'J. cause of Mexico with zOJ'.isi MI', ,
( it was
ttj other property awfully acquired within and : in. ita mbst important --1 "-' -' ,
they-ejHerad..the, towiintI .
. ;:;$ the said territory, shall be respectABTICLEJV. feattfre' ,rejected by'a majority-j of sit..i "LappcaJ.;. to ;isrery..ftjer\.d-::- o my' uni of,being on the icepSJMI'15u,
o placing our flag iti place of the ,M / '. ,.
>-.i ,
:.1,0., : x.J 'jf Santa friel\d$;uPQ t.datJ99rf, ul?*" itJef.f..sde, i ) and AMPUDIA. This ncetisalfoa oa tie
i k1nin tho'priRdp'a!'square,'proclaimed .' Anna,Ampudia br any- other"Mexican' pf.the!Houseiand".to. }evpry pnejin the 1 G .

: 'The farms- lands, and other property "'the town ,tcrbe taken. in the name. nf General), could anattthfrom, 'our'soldiers j State0f South Carpjina.. ) j if)my. w"hbl$}' -pa t"r Vat nl t.. ,..,:, ::

_ of every description belonging to the the :United States of America- ,, The a.: coh sp 'dingJ.' victory,' we' would course, ,ofconduct\ has l tnot been this-r ly we must:exgect a 'violent: ''re ,

0"V Puget's Sound Agri .ult CompaDY, letter particularly states that ,the place them'on'.the elevation'where their that,remould npkaccept &e.Presidency: ': Mr. CALHOUX.:and:hisgiendi1avetrppsd :

-e. of on the north" side of the Columbia river, : ;men. comp trl ,friends and fellow soldiers ,unless)ilcamd mejiyithaypicejOf. ,the/, the" wasteful. 'expendilnre of*! *
: shall be'confirmed were principally Miasourians* in the Senate' of the United American people and then ] *'" '
; : toihesaid Company. Stales w vqnly/rpm: ,jasense.of resources of,the *be11 b4"-
: .country
.t I In cate, however, situation of those We also perceive a notice ia the lWoIn-d." .* \ uty,:.pd, t kcnasan pbljgatiou. :", '
? # farms'and. lands- ?' At, vimepf Jiifp .iheiPresidehty e'a1igned. by demagogue*,: ; J
' should be considered .Georgian, that it was reported, that To this, communication the'editor of my tb'
,; .by the United States to be of public and, Company),H,of f the 3d,.Artillery V< the Union' called :tile -' :oi t ,'is.Oothing-npihiBg, iipd,(or nwny a, believe)theif.country will suiTh'eiJast Q 1
S ... .. .attention. . .his Ipng ly ir i.
political importance,- and the United. .I. T. year, :,;Presi6' >ntlI Jiavpa i ir ed. : chapter in_ this
' STEPrOE had been readersand ,
r States Government ,should signify' a by joined ia.its ,attnck. ,upon for>an object far.higherjhan: the. resi i*< Dry Dffa lia'be\c.tH8kJec o't .1

_ desire to obtain'possession of the whole, captured' No particulars are'given.-- V the Senate. The'effect of the article : dency. that jsj 'to.do I: yiity.;\, ir> all( upohLMir, W" p i. 1)1.rt) ,, '

V or of any part thereof, the property soc The Georgian gives-no' credit( either 'to was to malign' the,Senate' in 'genera), circum.s.tancesr -JQ very.,trjial I\;:-'jrre-. this o-

V required shall,be.transferred.to the said this i report i, or to that oftne? copiure, of But Mr. CALHOt1N'and. his friends in spective of parties and without regard BaotickIr. In relation1'to !
i shall .remtrt this c lt J
.- friendships or' cnBiit'es but we only .tnat
a valuation "
Government ) proper to Chihuahut. O' : 4 simply .
.. .
V parfieulaf. .It is, wefl known i$ er ,
be agreed'.upon between'.the parties. V ( m :reference to: the'prosperity. 'the between [the :.Deafiocratic Seet' .l
V4 -
V ARTICLE V. ItjV : ', V V is .afactioRiat ashigtpnhqhaye t' cothXc" :' ''- ri s .* Florida, ; '*" I.ilSjDemocrati'c t Rep"-" ses" {

$ The''present 'treaty shall be ratified THE, INDIANS.' ," -:.The. SL Augustine" by numerous' communications. in the ":On.the,13d, inst- .the.,discussion" V ,..he-. .. tative _is the more to be egret j

V by the President of the United State?, Herald J 'of the. JJ3d_ ina-"Thd. cat- Union sought to'force G v rniuent'into' ing resumed,,Aft. WSSTCOTT opened J the from Jl1t. tJt ; igaiq:; I .or

:.the by'abd.Senate with thereof the advice, and by and her consent.Britanaifc of- tie been; ;of.driven'Copt,,JER off NIG. AN, reported.to:have such policy' in,'carrying:oni the'*war: as' debate, ",and. itt c'ij' irulj, .extraordinary p'qsJ ;i I6n, ,. in t ::. -ouI'* ;Slaty. :. thethai. ;i": : .
the.Indians have will
:by all ensure the largest'ezpepcliture' of 1W' ; J tGi' '
V < Majesty, and the" ratifications shall. : r..auej t'l e le'a'YU"- ,,, thpcidi5ofI .they-hold the POWer ..IBbqrid i
.the been found, as we'learn'from Dr. SPIEl the.public money, 'and. :,the, i in ,
_ -bsegcaaaged'atiLondoo, at, ,eipira greatest : i ,*P.cech. efejjding Je.S ouso{ !V' ai ussdrarice.. _. which.c weL f' j
t f '
4ioa of wrraoaths from.the date hereof who i is.recently from that neighborhood i crease of public pat To this i"* '
: "_ V ; n.ge.' Mr.:CALHOUW(,but.we feelitreaders' 4ueQoiir: ; can nerec, its* r albed... Itta5M''WisO'fl Hdeft1 t

_ 4>r sooner, if poisible.Jn .. and; thefirei, ttat occurred. : inthewoods, underhand Influence, 14,.:C&tuOwaridiSfrndshave to:I the'followingt! extracts 1tl fh t fai)I',
witneta .whereof, the respective at ti V V 1 '- 1-
thjB time '
.they strayed'aWDY, arc as been jrofformly 6pjN>sr which have called upon, him the i in a BRxjvt3o' 1M" 'l" ,.' 11"

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taiicfi .llJTi ?yraf 11eTl J i i tr ti'H.b'dtion"irf in.; : Y ou j'klclc' &tNII..nr."III_ .....,11. -. .I"t J

-- ei it T I o-Mexican ami l' he will '. .. .', r _fJII.'I.t" -
. reaqla : t
I .MrVnlee1 probably ri.r.* .
a perlo .. 'JU tHat T'
.'j WII l"tt \ the 4 the, Chair, It but '.1. \ OaaEC'lEDWB KL1 By .t". ot "ritfol' iac&1i r.- "
earnedl'Dcetoregre get loncii" hit'pocket and he'll 1 ,
. ,, fedoalt e. .1'1.1.. .,....,,11 .1 lions exclude the editors'and report* { -- .. -.t-, C..rk..ntt_ Chait c..n ,\ .
"to .
t'f n.'." .: ..,.. .' .', ; .It. remember "you, tho JuEigMt day jie ., : J.1J r. I., ; ," w..o'BAaaING.'DuDdte 'C Jltie otAJ,' "Ln). .t.r.C1t. ,
!; 'acenri p.111 .1 of the ,Union ,Ctom'the Senate, roust Ii, .. oFlorida.rt.III.c.
., .ia.lhe ,Q J er \' 'a'.:< : < i : '- ; ..,. AI.s.
Oa 25th"JOli. louse :.... liot :sustairied'/ :J3igeJcJ\Y. ,the hcef p.;jrafil J. HonUr arvd h jfi.r. R.IB, aM JI
waV who .' 80J
.. t--, : i"1 lie over'o. e day, -'If. ; contractor, COFFEE Ri, '- *t"! '10 "turner.edral.itt .r..4
P .pt&. !e... -. *Mfl/.K W.V-H*, 28/- On motlon'of Mr. .', .h )t'bt the Mexican! 'a\ cloy 'of 14 Jan. ?' Jb., is} I 00 I ,.flr"",, 1att.dlDlnltrurh l.ln ri L, .W. wi". .. ...
ro.e t., ... ;1.e J XMLS 20. Nays .ihC ha. I l t CANDLES.SpertDi > '- It* 30'.11.3'11 .01 W._
) j
NrBrnlabrougb h Cur :resblutionsi l were 'posiporied; een rnughtinVo Tarhpico,: _, Adamantine, '. ,," ., 38,.. ..31 \Vel1.late 01 Alaell. .way, dfouuM.-1I deIe. .
: the '
orp ileg e;> Heottl fae.n.. Yulee l <" slid will! got wall without,a, resort to .. g'1'TON'B ack Seed, .24, 26 ''Dt, J.b.. "poll' ..1IriH rspoM" .J

t b1e report' Ctirge pf c rnlI_" :till next day. amputation.. learned ,last, night, that Silk or Big Cream.. .. ', Ib.'I' sa.n" lierurethe donrla .he t.. 011'.. ,.. '.
o l.qt Yulee withdrew .DOMESTIC GOODS it.Mylll., COU"tDUle. fine d..r AllrM .... ".
; Mr: volunteer I
Illinois the
re. .
.G an '
12/4. was' killed oh
. gajt1'Jbe Friday, ,Feb. Brown Shirting,' per yard 3 '.' 712J .hhln '. .
HSiie .f Bep .eDt.uvei, made ,for first day'd march of Quitm dt Sheetings .. ,..., 8 '. df'Cfibftl pr. :" .
resolution, calling n'lI division, t) to wit: Ou .
second .pO'tr. ..
aDd 1M at.
t) his bf
'b.t- 7icJdn-.,_., ** f
Vatco heSen.l (m ; 10 23
r. in llii side) "hilt. rd26 .
Ir of the of Ohicny. ,He;jitd'lagged l'.rla .ptf 7 ,. ..d (
11 t b1 1I.1 exclusion ,of the reporters CsttcoP/ims, ,., ,." ,6, ,. ,25, ut
(or'11Ie a.iom the ,
"'' QitJIJ (which ir as' read JI 'Senate. behind t e rear guard, and a party ,of : ;Kentucky:Jttni, It .'5..50; : Jred.bou(4yMr( LePd ur>oo 4s, aJtet h, .) I
'I i ltm I\t.e\ from the gallery of the FLOtJE, Baltimore, bbC g 50 06, property ufsaij eff'ftdalll'"w iaUwMKHxa 10&.
.I i th 6.c UJrJ.an th.en Union lancers rushed, upon! him, shoCqnd: !3a I-' ; v New York. per. ., 950.. 00. UfysaM writ o frri facias. n'. }'J
"If \
olin the. ;
( ,.erfe. rf.reloJuuOIUJ, (wh ch weru ,After J exciting debate. upon, reso -ted him. Ho. was .fcIIJul.d.urtllg the FURS.-Otter. 1 00 150 THOS. fur the nPJ outm lIl clay ami at his GRAIN; Corn, .w ba.b. t' 12 '. "'00 ... .
'it cae),), 'pruriding. lotions, the Senate adjourned. night company returned HAY. : BlV. GI8101.. D..S. .. ,.T
"'cwt. 1 25 00 Jan. J847. '
hr ,
of' olio' in' fre m .
B cninruitteo 3tk. The resolutions buried. him. HIDES. Green > 4t "!.
Saturday;Feb'. 'Ib. 3 I. 00 '. -
tach Stale, to invcgtfgale, ihe ul'jecl \ for con Gen Worth, with the' ltf and :4lhinfantrjr .Dry. country. Mb, 6 I.., 00 Sheriff's 'L., .J .
tlw ,reau1t.f their lijvestigJi- offered by Mr. YuJee'being up has ;XUMBER. Flonring .. thou.Mb. 1000.1400 Sale : -
and report been eomo 't time ,op, the ;.. '
: Boards : ..
, commencedby Scantling 10 00 1400 Tttrtneofawritoffierl *
.I.I If- debate B facias Usuti
view from
whit-a t<*
H dons tto Home sideratton, yas ,,road to ihrsplace,..and t .rany de lookeil., Rar'l ng Timber; w' 500. 00' '-T-. i the.Circuit Court of the E4i
'(Bit the saine lo the Stl ate far furer / Mr.V est ott, on .the same, and for he.I ,ill a .very short, time When OILS MATTING., Spermi India/' -ytrd. 37 _. 150 00' ,J-loridvforAracfyaand Levy counties. In ct t.,
action.1'11 liie part of that 1 limly., continued ty Messrs. Mason' and Han he arrives, all tho regular force, as Allicator. '. .-gall. ...* 75.,00" rn t c..UIC".o.wbereili i James B, dlcoy" ns ,Ihe neit'ir : :: .

The Chair stated, as his" delUerole '. accused and Messrs, Scott dusired, will. ho on tho 'sea. PROVISIONS 1'ork. Mess, bb 17.00 If 18 00, M.or Den W.?_?dfc*!* ciaii' ,iir'***.;..., .
'ihat'le resolutions; were n"luch ncgan for the by Bacon 10 4 00 Adraini ratorofThoma.- A. HalHday. -

) opinion, action( .f ilieHouse. Westcott J. M. Clayton, Pisarce, Yu* honrd 1-_ __ .Lard;.. Mb.' '10 .:. 12) : deceaied. i.defendant; and)i. rvMaoce of .
warrant tie
Bolter.Cheese.. 04 aaic wr cJ fieri
as to lb. 20 ,23 ; ftcias,, 1 hrfve levfidipnn to* .,:. .
! aiul proceeded,.to,6tae tlit? rraKins lee, Calhoun and others against them TO ,THE PUBLIC. "Ib.et .'.' 121 _hall expose, fortile, to the,Mfbesi bUd. be*' "1
was fuun* '' and with the advice and ofIhel"OIM'r ;Potatoes','Irislu ,- bbl. 3 SOSO 00 fore llm Court; House door '
concurrence i in
., which the opinion termination. which the expulsion l BY ,Do.,. the, town ifKew'S -..
upon at the Sweet "bu h. .00 -"" .t.1-
auiboritiei, 1 propose to tho young PEANUTS. Florida. M MIb. on Monday,'the first day o.within March Msr. .
. |fU.Frorr. Mr.Brockcnbrough resolutions, so far as the editor men ofthutection of.country, to organize B.Volunt RICE. .; 50.3, 75 51' thejegal hourrofsalr.the fnllowrnr nara* ; ...
decision *
, this .er Company for the United Stales service .. / ,111111.10 wii: jots number to. ,
,., tho : concerned, was to SUGAR. Florida. Ib.Ib.. 8. 9 ,four. ,if, aad J' .
tppt led.. *n d |11(rocecded. to ,BlnlH not the reporter \vas nerve during the exUting war with Mexico. And New Orleans, 81. 10 .fI. of Fractional) Section seven'in Town. .liip .wr.,,: ?:

't. otiiifes. by "Inch he had been influenced adopted-yeas 27, nays 2L So the fur the convenience of those who may feel din SYRUP. Florida.SALT g.11."sack. 50. 00 en, Soutli. Rnn e nioetecn, Ea.f. containing three 1t

offering the resolutions. posed" to attach themselves to this Company, and ,- Liverpool ground. too. 225 hundred and fifty ei:bt acres .m) 75-100 of an V *.** p

i in said llial from editor was expelled. in order that no dejay that can be avoided may' SPIRITS. Brandy galL. 50.3 50 ere. The proceeds of Mid sale to U applied to ,

, Mr. Brockeribimigh The President sent in a message to attend its organization at the earliest day, con Gill M. 1 '50 the judgement rendered in said cau... Given'un "
which heffts N. E. Rum 50, 75
, be peculiar circumstances in tfislcnt with tbfi circumstances, I have procured der my hand this 25th day of Janaaiy,A.D. 1847, :: '
- ( Whiskey, n 31 f 75 .
. hi Houses of Congress to day asking THOS ,
placed, the duty he owed lo *. both several copy li.ls to bo made one of which is,in SKINS Deer. "Ib.Mlb.. 4 7 C. ELLIS,.Sheriff Alaebua Co._ \ ,

r. State.tu J to the character_ of tins House, for power to appoint General officers the hands of Oscar Hurt, Eiq Jacksonville Panther, 50 1 50 January S9, [847.. I .,.

it that ho should another is, in the hand* of A. Coy, Esq. Black Bear, tOOl. 3 50 TAX'COLLECTOR'S .
deemed necessary be raised recom SALE.
) force I .
lc for the new to TEA Hyson. o. 1 00 !
Cre k,-a third in tho 'hand* nf 1'. C. Zylttra, virtue of the
. 1tllt make an attempt to induce the and coffee and K: St. is Black, lbe 40 a .50 BY power vested In me by law, I 1
fourth in the hun U of
,. at Itwa mending a tax on tea n. AiigU4tin ,-n < shall expose fur sale, ,before the Court Huiue .
t" mnke this investigation. J. K Hurdec, E fifth i. in.the '
HOU O q. AlligntorA "door, in thec.'ly: of Jacksonville t.
" I considered, the "duty of! thoto other articles so as to raise more revenue Imnds nr COtt. ,;. D. Houe, Ocala,-and:the : NOTICE. on.ttieSnd Monday in April next., county The fOUOWUtI"of Duval 1 IE

},'UO auertniu11l; dler tho G.trrlmt.lt "\'- which he says must be raised to sixth is in the hand of Majur Jas. Childs, Mican I ALL persons having demands against the E* property, or su much thereof.a* will pay the State-i" .

H rvulso opy. The or/gianl; will remain in my bands at of Peter Dalztel late of Columbia' Tax for 1845. and ,State and I t
and the two <>ues are the of the war, &c. The County Tax fur in* '
expenses tiiirf These Juts will remain in binds : j
the Senator from Fl r* place. Countydeceased, will present the same within year 184C 10.000 acres 6f land on ami afcovf ..
? corrupt as message was referred to appropriate of the neverul per.onn nbove designated nVout six months lo the subscriber, or they will be bar? Trout Creek, known as the Sibbald Tract} 1,009-. .. 1'

i yahadifpresented. The House could thirty days, during which time any persons who .d former. acres on unn'.Crtplc.bfOJongingtoIJaelwi of Doniinjo *- .. '. I ;

. lull, and ought not to be Mind to I'hi? committees. de.iro to join the company can sign either one of THOMAS B. FIT rATIJt Jr,, .Fernandez 282 nrres on tho St. John '.oO \f

fci.ihal0uch a charge had been imidr.Atuliithey the lifts, which will be returned, me at the ex- Adminiitrotor K:* "fficio, River, at rt' placn called 13,. Jo eph, and owned; ,
FROM MFXICO.TAMPICO. .- pinuion of the above specified time and if it shall the Estateof
l it would not redound Alligator Feb. 19th, 1847. CmNOTICE. Smith 282 acres on IbaSt. ..
} xvere, MEXICO, Jm. 30th, JS46.Tho In found that a sufficient number have signed the I Johns River called St. Joseph, and own d .' :

. (their credit with American people.CO.XKRESS. place vcleclrd) for the encamp Several Ji"tto constitute a company, they will h* I by Jame_ Singleton; and ljoinir.j; ha last above v }

reported to the Secretary of War, and a place and mentioned ,Tract; 11,50 arr s shosted on Sam- d }
ment "I" his (1 jJllI'6)) division is about time of rendezvous for rero"n. demands ,
immediately designated ALL having against'the es pic Sitomp neir Nassau River, owner not known.THOS. !.I' ,
IxSENATEortAzy, Feb.&th, 1847.TJbe two milea from town on ihe edge ufa the purpose of completing the organization, and of John ,C. CI'd., 'late of Columbia LKDWITH. Sheriff. D. C. '

resolutions of the lyegisatu.r i lake, and neat to a cnnnpiciuiu8 white /or making the necessary arrangements to proceed County dert'n.edy'iII pr .enflh"e snme within By A. W. CRICHTON, D.Sheriff. f.
folloxving xvliicli from all tu Mexico so soon as the company is muitered six month to the subscriber, or they will bo barred Jacksonville, Jtt.9. 18-46. t
lion?**, cnn SHCMI, parts (
of Florida, were presented into rvice. forever. II '
of the t"\vti. Jen. Qtiilmnii ha* also The company will be offered, in the first in* THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK. Colombia County siicrJU'a Salc- j

fix: io favor f appropriations for n moved in ft urn the 10 milt's'tllcamp. stance, as MoUJtTtD 1\1&". But inasmuch us Administrator Kx ofHcio. BY .virtve mfmy pHceand( puwrrof law invest*, ;

light bouse at Indian river bar,-a light raH lIr. und is noxv nKout half a milo inthn there is but ono regiment uf cavalry nut of the ten Alligator Feb 19th 1847. Gm ed in me, I have J levied upon and wilf offer r". \_ ; I I
for sale Ierurftlhe Conrl Hou in tbt tvwn of Al .
received into the
to bo
I regiments service '
house on Eg ont K'ey, in the harbor of irar of Gen. TwigVitla these it is not expected llmt the Government will Public Sale or Tow* I ou In Tampa. llgntor, on the first Monday of 'lay next, between ,
Tamp Bay j 'and for rebuilding a light two divisions encamped so near t" geth* recrifl such troops from here, if they can babad an Order of th** Board of County Cummis*.! the iwunl hours of sale on that day. the fullo.!nf l '

tr, on the anuj road it it* perfectly eUewheru with trained A. r",. Thereloie' it will ,BY toners of borough County n .|K>nion of described property, viz: Seciion25Tb n.hip 1. '

house at New myrna: referred and 0.1 lined with, soldier** and ofiiceii*. going be umlemtood thai the company will be orgouixed the Lots in Tampa wilj be offered nt Public, le.on nan:! 11, containing 80 aer,.. Sect inn No. 2,7"'* it I I

wcr'tved as cavalry, and 1 take occasion here, and Court for Hilhborough County, being the second. upoq as property nuIt.Va.Jknl.* J
favor of the establishment of a po>jt' letH'at.We do not liesilnta lo express my decid.) preference Monday in April nex pay the j5taf and County taxes due 'thereon fey. .

office at Fernandina referred. Also have sn-iu* later news from the furl be Infantry servjoe over that of the Cuvajry in Attest, SIMON FURMAN, lboyeari846. "

of ,hl land. Tho this instance 'for important reasons of the Board of County Commissioners.Tnmpa. ALSO, 't.: .
the city &Je.ip-, j riu hy many very President t
in relation to Section 35 copialnfr
resolutions dilapidated I Township ], Range U. .,
which tviU not fail to present thcmsejves to lho.ewh.a Jan. 29. 1847. 8t .
of Col.
va of the' reat Ihl.t May, .crel-Lto\'led ih of D I
iie 80 *
condition of the United States I may be engaged in the approaching campaign Southern Jouraal upon propeity mpy .
03" copy.Sheriff's ''t
I wkh jlhe nmcheros in the pass of Santa in Mexico and bare yielded to the solicitations of Wood*, to satisfy the taxes due thereuu fur M j ,

fridge over the St. Sebastian river, and R' >n, heel leen received, and the others to offer the company in the first instance as rear,1846. r :

0f the of : had been Cavalry. S le. ALSO.Section35 .
die defenceless state coast Chamher of lepnlie( con 1 '' J
Township Range .
Florida in relation to the removal of vetted in jsxi .u SCHKIOII in receive thert'p'irl I forbear feere to oration tl.e Government boun B' virtue of a writ of fieri faeiaj,i.tued out of1 Livingston,supposed to be.Dempsy Woods" .
j 1birh liHsbeen secuied .
Tho received, by act ufCon.cPII.to the Circuit Court of,th <&utrrn Circuit of 'to satisfy the uxes due tbereon fur thejrear 1849. .
of he courier
, I -obstructions in thcfOclaa'.ahariver, ccc.; all v/Jw punicipate ;r. this war, HI J. am unwilling Florida, for the County of Dutal,. I.will expoie ALSO. .
account went o" t-i state that-25 to believe tbut the of this section of the .. :
men the
young ,a1 ftont of the Court HOUM in
to public vJn Section 3. Towwhlp 2, Range 1U aboot 400
tod be ;
referred ordered
to printed.- ,
I valiant citizens of the grent ropu! lic of country will bu actuated by any other than the pity of Jacksonville, in ,aid county, on the fjr.l acrer-T,ried upon as .the property of L D. Halt1\t
Also resolutions in relation to the 200 Americans bigbett and purest motives of patriotism in such aCHUe March A. D.. 1847 between the *
Mexico, seeing 150 or Monday in or I. D. N rt. to satisfy tl o taxes due thereon Jot
nor urn 1 willing concede that there are Itgal hour of .al. on |halH -AI| lh'ue two the 1846 ,(
claims of Florida to a portion of the go llirotit the pa.-w immediately reinrlvetl not more ihnn a sufficient number- such I year -
young Nwth .!di of Julingtiui 1
land tin the
parcel of T. B. FITZPATRICK, .
,. \\
distributed under the that they wnutllle\'l.r return men ready and willing to join and to batten in ] '
ard fjirmeily
, tfiplas revenue Creek, near Mandarin in county Sheriff and tax collector ex officio. : 't
from their daring udventure, and for support ,.f thHir/'rllow countrymen and friends, for in nil -1
owned by Thnmai M. Ha an, containtng Alliffalor. Oct.23.1846. ,
of 23d 1835 Jthe
I' ut Juy among sever- tiiTH reason assembled themielves in advanced and although triumphantly nearly iur : iMrty one arre" morn or l le.. Levied, tin and -- -
rounded in the enemies T If all such then : Colombia" ,SkerUTs Sale.- "
country. County
alStates'and Territories and
protestingaga'utst of the defile and will be aold ttnatitfy an execution againtt
the narrowest part a_ can. 1 oYu'uM .y,-It is our countr,'* caiso; in favor of Archibald H. virtue of a writ pf fieri facial, issued (rum '
Charles J. .
the liability of the Stale for a when their cnhfiigns were retracing LBT *JS Apr. Then will be eniHigh left behind Cole. pointed out by PlaintifTa attorney. BY the Clerk's office of the Circuit Courtfor tins

balance claimed, by the United Slates; their steps" pumiced upon thcn, killed to talk and they will do enough of i it for them* Property' County of Columbia. Eastern Circuit of Florida*' r
" onk 11 selves and us too. Let it not be said that Fltrldt' LEDWITH. Sheriff C. wherein Alexander Martin is.FlaiatiiTand' IHniel
number' about 30-{ prison THOS.
: erred and ordered to be printed.I .- a has been tried and found wanting.R. >. MStewart.is.Defendant. I have levied ufencvd"will

I era, and a large tram, uud. effectually. o. 'LIVINGSTON.Newnansvjlle By A.V.. CRICHTOR, l S. fer sale, before,the Court Jiuo to doofin j
resolutions in favor of to 1847.AlacbHa expose
a,graut h Jack.onvile, January,((2fy
scattered tho others, und xtould have February 2Uth, 1847. the Town of Alligator, on.the first lJorMJ., in

.., theSute of thebarracks and grounds had the honor ofjiemlirig, nil tho com > 'April next, within legal hours, the following', f

St. had Tho "tea regiment bill." wbich was approved Count/ fiberifl's Sale. scribed property, to wit: E 12 of the S W 14 .
I not
WpBgwg to the United States at the thoy
and Capital,
., n to on thelltb February provides that each noncommiioned.iiQcr -' virtue of the, power vetted in .me by law.l Sec 7; Al.o, N.1-2 of S E 14 Sec 7; Also.E J3 ,
r Augustine: referred..Way made such good time out of the passe*, musician or privateeaGsteJ BY shall expose for sale jo front of the ConnHoiun of,S W 14 Sec ,8; Also, E 1-2 urN W 14' SeoJ7 :

Feb. The /V vote of thank had been tendered to for not less than twelve' rftonths in ihe reguhr or. dr.or i in ihe Town of Newnansvill*. on tho'f'contl | AlsoS\V 1-4 of Sec 17; ,All ill Tqwn.hip ff, u

t,, 9/A.- ,Senate pro tin ranchuruR and' l'believe the 'liberty volunteer service, who ha" seryed or shall serve Monday of July .next, between tho.lioyrsof South of Range 15 Easr, in all four hundred acresv_t

, tetfcd to the consideration of the hul i have duriifg the war with Mexico, shall receive en biJionoiuMe tenant. two o'cI,. k..o. much of the iin rvided Levied upon 1L4 the property of said Defendant, to
of the great ('il). dischxrge A war vt-urrnntuf 160 acres interest of the following nailed penons in anoT toa be sold tu satisfy said writ of fieri focus. i I. .'.
rJ' bill, upon which Mr CaUHUQ liters \Va! air illuminatiou. of land or at hi* option a treasury crip fur unlmn- ceitnin tract or p r.ri of land known a* thoAlarhuu T B FnZPATRICK. '

. rose, and a'd dressed, the Senate qt I have never lujen of the opinion dieI dollars, bcvrjng interest nt 6 pecenl..-EoNtws. Armlondo Greot ,.aA.will satily and pay Sheriff of Columbia County, "

' that this advenliiie in the mountains, Kt.b 26 3tSIX ,the SINle and County tax lu* on said interests fo'r Februarys, 1S47. '
If",, nsiderable length in favor of' defen-- ; the year 1846, and all ,legal coils and charges of
would '
known -
made re School at TVaYBcsvillc.
[ sir policy in the prosecution .of them when lightly NO'I'ICIj.. I and ,about. the, .ntFVe.-tf.ea.eiji- 'sale therein, Wash/ :
but a graduate
ciedit '
Heel on our ; .
gieat army wit THE
any WKKK5 after date J sb, U apply ts the to { College '1' and having r.experience'
a. some
, were 1 'not aware of the IYlIxtnnd, bom lie Judge of. Pinhote* of ihecouity ofilUboninfil The,intereu of Jeromey Johnson or. 'N.AVelhr.. "* r hi teaching1, will in a few day, bpeg years an' ,

, b, THE, HOUSE.-OnmotiOQ .of Mr, hnstic character of, tjn .'o., Mexicans. ,,. 1.. fJ ,for Letters of Administration en thE The interest ol WitUln1 e'.pjti Tbotn. : Erigluh and Clascal School at Waynesville, GaV
believe iltn.bo: tate of ,Manuel Ol villa. deceaned.-late of *aidcounty. The tntewst. of \Vm/Taylor* will be and dollars
. *rodeolroughthe) House proceeded c"ulel..ut fur a moment The intriest of John R.. To.wnsend. .., .Hi'rm .i.x. eight ten |*r .
.ASHLEY.Tampa. advance -
the studies and the
o t-ve tbebillJrom-tbe anything like that lt.CuI.. May, The I "r.rt'.t or John.Mt Searnao'., gunner according'tu ;'.
! coniideration of February 26th,' J847.I < rnent of the ..,jpif.. By tloinjUlttce'tn his pale
doiitrt, thoiijrji] prudent) tir leave Tbo interest of. John N..S,ie_,.. *
Senate no > will aim of the '
ho continuance -
at meriting a
tt, entitled "A n twt to regulate the I 'The interest of Rogers and Price run i 4 '
there-in fuel ho tsaiil 511 in his narra Levy Count j;Sheriff's Sale, paifonage which'he now .solicits. Boarding casrbo '.
,t 1i tterciseof the appellate) jurisdiction .oftteSupreme the hut no sucli insignificant; numhura in I. The i interest of Cyrus Perkins, had at tbc place at moderate nl.VILLfAM ... li
. be sold,mi the firt Monday January: The interest.o(Jchabod Prall, rf.: .; f fc'Waynejville.Ga '
'iJ; Court of the United Stottesto 25 men canned: him to thr it. [I' WILL (1847t) between the hours of 10 4? The interest of Aaron Peck,- \ BRADtEY.I. SlUKRtKCM.
.. lttck that the South West.Quarter of the Noac ,. Jan. gfl, J847.I" 1
before .tc in day of Mordecfti.M
certain should har men.lioned The i interest ''.
&c. which read fllU1' .
t,. cases, was I : West of Section 7 -Rev. )v. Bard! Col. Josepl. .
South Quarter 1'uwl'lhiJ.tGR.n fnntof Israel Frost. .
tho end of tlu 'court.. .martial, which was Tlie irtt Wiggtn*. S. C. King and S' Murafortf, Esqs. v:
,, t..Jee"And'referred lo the Committe.ejon e'19, and the orltlV 1 .t Quarter of |he The interest:of Noah Janris. ;. 'J .
. I convened to investigate .the charges of Section 18. 'j'6 Feb 5 3t
pi t e Judiciary., forth Wwt'Quarter Township The interrst'of Mordecai Myers ,
s a gainst1 ,Lieut. Sturgea, 'nrl\\' his acquit' Rtngo 19S\uib antI K "t, cortaining\| 80 acres, oras 1'h jntrre' rah heirs of IfIcxaDJJttt.Muit. NOTICE. '

',.: Ix ,: -Wednesday,, Feb. IQth, *_ tnl I, had I not been pVotntsed a copy,' ofhi much n> will 'snti fy the taxes due on tho same. The'interest tpr Frederick Mtrquand' ,,. WEEKS after, dote up plication' mill ,bI" ':

.,.. lh.Yul tubmitted the. following re&f '. .tfefencebutns it ha. failed to.,como-' .for tho. present yrpri; (Jfl4f() with, all,co ts and' epe w The interest of Gilbert Lewis. .' ,SIX ,by ibo undertjgned to',tba Hoaw.tW* ;
for advcrlising the same., The and Thona.,1JIIi.t n.Thejotercst .
>tss.accruing" The interest'of Bloo good Judg of Probate fur AJiariun county fur Letters of :
a o1uq D,.wh.i. 1i WIS,rend :. in I bunp/l' might' as weflYirtw sa"y' that "bo,"n timed 'lands, are situated i in.Levy county, on .of ,Thornss. Napier.t Administration Uti the .111 te of Samuel E.SwiIIry, I :

Jr editors.of .he.came out In* flying colors, and $tand. ihe'WhhlaciMiche, a short distance above ill* well ,And I.o.o mich of tho, undivided jntrirst f of 'late LownHes county, Oaorfta,deceased.' .' ; ,

, Un. .... .'. .',\he. sf" one htuuTrod per' coiil. higher,iir. the esliination known" place called .Fort Clinch, and owned and the same said Grant of th fallovfbg. panwl 1 persons Jan. 22,1847. WM. D. BRANCH; '

,8. ne ap r p 'l'drt.. ,t,h100 .e \ if the claimed by James Lyi.cb and bounded by U..S., as will pay't tbeSute tax for theyenr 1S45. L -f i- .
of the officers
., tltl of'V aShtngto f, b V in 1 fpU blt.cttJon < ;army, laiwls, unless there have been J lands .recp.tl1.Pur* and the Slate and Ccranty_t"x for, the yrar,1846. ExecHtor's Notice* .. ) i

untamed in a 'ntfihoer of that than ho tl'nl before.He'\ rather soi chased ,,1joini :. The_above.J"M.n.l. will be sold atihe .and all legal costs and charges )o and.abtut theadvertiserrjontanaysalethereofsjto MONTHS after date, shall pysent my: J

PM m *r afed yero cm 'Gql.;:; Jay, am} Lieut.Wood, CalUl.lioule. of Levy County. [E. Daniels." ] .wit-" ,n., 4 ,.;; SIX .and vouchers,as Executor i f tbe a.. 1 i

It : the 9th of February, issuedJittered hit) ,coHrtidoring J 'the aggravating i" circum* \ : IN f }VS;Sh r.tr tp t *. Tlie interest of '. D., Forest, ? 1 toto' of Mary Fernandez, Ute ,of ,Nassau county/ i

.. a public: .libel upon the that J ; J him before the Tax Collector fu.r'Le county.... The interest'f J. Delano.:, *: / ; deceased, to the Hon. Judge. Probate for said .
.-,. er of ibis body they excluded i>laiicea brought; October 23, 18"46. ,Tlio interest,of John Rodman. t'.1 t ? county. f T.a final'settlement of said estate, aod :
' 1the. the' (Muitt.' maj>y excuse him. ; He said the CT The above sale is postponed to ,the .1st Thq.interfM otR. DwnporU. .j/, ', shall at the same time apply for Letters of Duwissibn -.... i ;

Itg. .ri'ilege'of admission., to : otonel'ljadf, iipt ton great. ,a ftharo "of Monday'in'FrUftary next,.- ". JV 15, 1847, The interest of T* D'rmu*.% .m., :,,1i,1. ,h ,, i a such Executor, of -which all persons totsrvested \ : I

p'rthe 'Senale'. ; 'rrir5i t'rng 'and 'that (he; lieutenant ,:'\ '.above salo Js postponed'. .,to 'the.first. ,.Tho interest of ihe heirs.of Thpmav Dealer., v ia said estate arpdesirrdtn take noticr.. > !

:1: .ifl r ber, Resolved,:TrWi 'the re 1 could ,not.see ; wlint'wa* going on all : p.JDij. iiln_ .r i_ 1a-lJe_ u.. t s F..1i. ,2.4I The interest of J.Suydtm. __ .i JOHN t. VILLALONGA', i. v t
QlL the t. Walt*. : 1847. Execute ?
, of Beiijamln ; J.nuat.15 j
, of ,the.Senate Tlie "
proc dings .
.I 4 or.,f 8th\ day of FebruUry-'relation, \ihe timeVoV i hfl-hnd, ackf.wegeJ J] .iH i h'u.evidence J *V R./*? -,t .'TI; J 'T restofB. .rtlol.rn:' !.i'.sO' *""burn..,.*',. .'. ." -.- -NOTICE.A _. :j

- that, while_ .tlte fighting WBIh4i LT, meet at.t I hoi rojlowjing.J\w.i njipi** "Tb ,interest ol a/liven rarKrr. "" LL persons having claims against tW Eslaiat r -'
.V 1.piU T/ .3'1 entitled: uAn, .: act to, .I.or 1bin I] Il ) take / heUerundefianoxferianging" IW1Wrpo; e1 f'o ieMing the,State nn<.V, ilI.'f ttR'i'p..hl'o'n .l .u 1 tc::tra t"'or ',Xa. of William Boyd fete of Jenlua' .coum'yV ,!

time; an'I1d hqn.Ql tlt.ry ] .t' "County T.x". for the )enr 1847* 'VIs i : ,, rareel of land >****, -S'-; TSSiiSS deCea..ed. 'will pr cent them 'to tbjs subseribfrs'wiihhi J .
} Ctltail. I .
e1 i J 2? ai for other,tmrposes,"Js partial that, XJeri."; rAt'0 r>j*''Fc rrj. SnTtdrdk/the'lSth.Febrnft ar,. iwnmi'or cl.Ime.1) William MtVteB rlY Ih4 time. prescriKed by la< or they win"* I

, J0" lo the" 'and-that the f& There* arb v .rumors- wv \ 'liere* -. *?t," ndTdiida/the Dili MoVcb,'187. ,- !' ,, ,'he State mjCounty.fudueihmp r 4* Wf't846r be barred/ and those indebud to the.sald Estate,'*" '
.' ior body, TayloraYrear guard,,had.been nUnclwd. ,At 'JaekroirVille/Snlard ''lhS, SOth'knd 27tli'ebrttVrt .nd.Jn IvpreMlMBd tharjea in ,ad_about wUKmakepajmrnrio : "-'j-.J

,i that* paper be'excluded,>;
" 4ue qthea5e( siqri, from. a pjacoarinkaskecf bd' : Mundarioi TneiHiy 53*.February. aad 2nd1ftCol. iS.idu.n'tl.itaatea about eight CLARK, '
-: J1't "ra lmb r If'w! ";n ijul u1e .iJJ At 'I', ..'* Ig-g ApALlNE ; ,.:..
"er t tb 's u : :Mai'di.ISn. ti Administrator ami.AdmlftM ntris. .
,.' .i I I jti.i.! t J. 1 :he r j'n hi gt > 'Thiiricr'iW 25tK of r bru : ,,. 1846J- ,I./I .
.X itfc'imtrie'- Bfbw nl'., '. *, cI on tfefeaa M. A6gn ta. Bcnfhco.."K. F., Dec; 18.
.ft h f Jt J t njnre, ,although"t JI.a._ ecU UI, r cnul) ;ah.cI"nrMn'rch.n : / Seuth i ve; .
. *' ''"'I'** ri; ITOTICE,: : ;
f.I af r oaiidcrationoQ the ground,ttatntiquestioQ "r1I"JWrft i altack :
'ifr'fcp'inailft, 'BeVtde 1 *rihefor ihiVrWiirnln DC'.t tht'll.ce.sworn to -r. } SIX of 'the Cu-
t- Trubatea Cuuniy
. of 'privUegej-and ob: lik\i11 'inlmlhliter oailii J u j :_- arI c hl! .t re_' before,jiom*"fficiir fluihhritrd'i'V'. ,' 'Willbo r oftfewnan lurnblaforL f ters ofAdroioUifttlon on ihe"of .!'' -
, li'u JJ ,r1 In frohtW.ColiftllouMd rlotbcfrojll ,
tb.25&1a of Ml1rC'II JU4T. '
I being made aCteraome .d bate; : ; berc.ro. .." -I'-V, !twa Samuel Heosoni'late'of said eOdri.. dHM M ;l .
tlif ,
t -
i*: Majican 'oldkri ; ;. large.Moxiconi'Avoul1 d" ; ';'\V-'CRICHTON; ille between I'J KVJJ ', -' .:. !. '$ .ft 'Vr.-f. n; ROOSSt4t1. I
J> C "%uJ >"W s ipostwmud: iLthe; ulc.m III.t, thit like I .f .1f' Tax AueMor ror'OJ"t t Count j.. ** THOMAS C. . d'" ,.." ", : 1.. a' .'
"k ofS.7 v. v' "'. .
.Ito J Ut .J .. .
.tl .c r J.ckl &; 18t1r t..h'. >t ,I fSria ;; SherlffwdTf- .. anll'7i".J' ., ,... I ..1 u.J'.f -. ...-
'11.-4.t. r'J*t-e4..s ;Ut"'U.'iI".a 1t '1' ''AJ"*'."-'i In irouBle 'pldj, .X yl6r/ for..I.that\ ..1h'lJJ'.fJ'Ionev. .. -. i .,' fit DytlkifiFebrui. ..r 111J ..t. .t.. Jt. y) 1.4".1" *w 1.1'J'Wf'tI.. I.'U 1i"t. C I! '_ 4 t'1.' (1' f "


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rL U I I I.I I -, 1 I= pL ,jJl.- -:- fl ,I'IE ll- : T .1 .; IT1r r .--I.,; M." --. ii-L. .t----r. : ,. r JA .;.;. ,. -lTVt I : uVd -: .-- '
iJL MMONTftA1fI8: .'ftrt .hmJl \n. Tht!,.f4Mm1ionC.H..Columbus.! ;:, ;nt..sjto 'sit ; plet.) state'bow. it;a is. Jo bo un;; ;: ... .ltDt tt incu J.'qU.I (OrI1O ,n.,. 1ft.'"( II. .", .......- .;, 4 :
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: ; ,..,....ilj5 I .-nnd'Lltiio'RJver/ia 'lAlljg! *ItU'. vevvd.j 1ur.t1rs'tuiual 'UIU of' lo !lU cvilainty t serorify' .arMlWIerlfy i>f if 'mail*;:: I rn .'' $)....'J..f.1: I.
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> L. ba -d.' 'i .i lle from ltTl Jt wiU faift
I ccnmoc.llon.cv I
Coigriss/3JMarck 122Ttnile* and back, .ceIei4i' j any Criek. ... *i
: zlulel.a.4 f J>atn' Tallahassee every Sunday at t a!tnJnveai.Allijntornextd ,\ ., Form of a fctttrantreirt accompany each bid i" not be entitieil tta.9.route, I"". *n*.wlek MI&J'&lK

t,1S45, sccIfr13', 1 m. ,' .. :20. Wbefa ,.IbM : tr the .
enaetcd That it shall' be y by p JIt ,., .";1htt undersigned [her insert the ,name pkeesL. ;
.,k tlA..ilt f.rtl General. .iri all future Xeave Alligator every Wednesday ilt I p. tn.ar* guarantor;or ."Dt ft guaranties that, [bert insert : !!:wnihjuken iiid nodftsigoH! ? Jt e ":, n. rei's&r it
of tho Postmaster> rOt tIKlo..t mode of .
; ?A the duty I Tallahassee'next 6 m. . bidder bf biddea the ronveyawPv' tajvns SNIbo'rseback at' 1fA-1THEWI .
of he rive at day by p riaroe of or names '. .a* ,; '
tf contracts. for the tran.portaiwn i When cit .ot ; .f
It pfopoW :
ttI. letting in to ihe lowest 'Troposah'' feir twid* ; also Our three tlmesT aV: .
let I he tame, every ease t6thIIp notpMde of > 'biil
3) mail t sufficient for taitht111rforaa..cet .aveek service will be considered.: .mail from' 'fo ,1,'t >accepted .b J ipd{ CMnvryar & ._dd.. .', ..IM 1
frIieotIIn'th'adviiiiit'mrni It'mlll' iii
idderieDderi guarantees r
T t :J'ftl"'al.o While Instead of Po4tmOeeGenera1sbsIIe terln fir oblirn ."j't.l ; !1. nd iateJaj
the modpof tunby' Springs' the u 1Sr' e- .
k without other rrfrence"t4 horseback ;
.be considered a. oQVring only for .ct > 1ft1I1 hi.AaPItU4
A. In
to JUtile Htver'iviU wcoi..id".d.;. ,. l dun prior'to tbefirstjday of-July nexi, with gnwl 8CnMIa
such insjxiathrnthanmayI'e> nscessary : ( ,
I and sufficient s t ties" to.perform the service ,pro, teyance. ', orr, ,IW ft ut be'1T Wd 'Y .
provide for the doe celerity certainly. 4ml securiy < 3518.. From: Tallaha by.Micco4uti toMeniicello 21. SJner the passage of thVacI of Mirth.: rna.. Thl ., *ii. .rrtW'fa
4 ,Mil new c *n* 38 miles and back, twice a week. posed. .t.'il1.
of transportation; nor anjr I 1845 a new.description of.bid has l I'u'rnrvcs4vrsL TJlUrtd""lMnia"MM, t. .
-, i; tractor bercs/ter be: required in 'purchase out ortike Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday'and Friday Dated.. INSTRUCTIONS.. It SK>ci e* no mmle nf conveyance,'but engages I* daily hin t .teamet for Cbe4e tlMe.f ''Ll
it valuation the atnck or. hicfrs ot any at 6 n nrrive'at MonticeUo same days by 6rf m. I
at the maiJ'whh certainly celerity, ind security; eTery ".I. .
1. Seven roiautes allowed ah l carry .
and Thursday are rur'ppninj
nrevirMis; contractor fut the tame route.) Leave Moniicellti ever Monday thr'.terms of tlie Iaw Tbenc bhls arr.called I Also
using < !
4U 07: Bidden will be careful to read, the form at6 a m, arrive at TallutiNssee same 'days .by.C closing the mails ,at. all offices where mi part.i ll.la.t., from II. in which! designated hrt paaienjpg iihTno' ... ..i.t'
I. p steamboat { manner, hey are on or barqoe l.ae whleh
time is cifiedi but on railroad nit. leave, : -
_nd instruction! appended to ,this ..advertisement.$ P In* spf .' \( the l hooksiuftbed.prtthent, Ms//ir6iW" It has Thursday d Sai- s.
requested tn state in. their --proposals 3519. From .Tallaha* ee, by Mnnningtnn, and routes; there is 'to' 00'no more delay than Is or* ; (eW! Ne ... ':'.
They been decided, after rwitnre consideration, thai a ani"al.or. the Si. Maf
deliver and receive the be2. ..- Ibrw.( '.
the mail. Duncan ville Geo. to.Tbomanille. 34 miles and ce.'n.to 11.ic&t.,
the mode hy which they intend to convey ,
f c bid! proponing a specific mode J'assenfers with;
The mall in to IhrirIPlft.
is to conveyed preference ocnnvejanceola'I
Where the site and weight i of the anil, er the back once a week., board .. 'wiY '
as twn-horse O ftlM'
a grade I 1IJI If .
aDd to, their entire exclusion I if its' rirrdLwePilatka .i
i.-, : tpeed called for in the(schedules. shalj require it. Leave ,Tallahassee every Thursday at 6am, passengers and bulk it. to be preferred to the star bid. The experience the ,bo1'' bn.afIff "..

.t' 1 fl die ctnuacts. 'wUl" be made fur" coach ;.tellmhm"' .. arrive at Thomasville same day by." p.m. weight require \ of the department enables it to lay down the fol' T "Heir.
at or Loaaivryance. ii, the case may "Pi and.,' Leave:Thomasville every Wednesday at 6 am* 3. Post. ,Office .blanks, mail bra;.. and the, spe* IowinrisIe4. fix: P5colara nPf1 ;A....MI...

t .; 1tjjc 40flICflt1y,1UCh 'rot'ltel WiIIbfl let tobhl PrOpn- arrive Tallahassee same day by 7 r.m-. cial ajents ot the department, on the exhibition' of When the mail on the route 'Is; ,not so large ar DIsck .C..k", S. 11. ."

ing such'mode of conveyance! In all other case's 3520. From Tallahassee. by Salubrity and their credentials, are to con..1 to require two-horse coach a star bid J."Jrn.i"UIe" ,P.M. ei

I ;.FS? the rouieV will be assigned to bids proposing' toe ..Qiilney to Cambridge Ga., 48 miles and hack, farther.charge. 'on mail lines .admitting of such if the lnwe_t. will be preferred conveyance tn the specific: bid. For freight ot pa..p, applj aiI, b .

cheapest modo of transportation. three times a week. conveyance. 22. When the'mails are of such site ami l..weight on board, or to ? Ca". .
-Leave Tallsfca. ee Tuesday Thursday, 4. Mail agents am to be conveyed without .
every as HI render it orexpedientjn reference .
necessary WOOD &
} PROPOSALS and Sunday"; at 9 a m, arrive. at Bainbridge ameIaliy9 ch"rge.on the principal railroad( and' steamboat to them alone. provide 'w-. conch CUGHOk, .
I evwivey.ance. AJ..
r ir CARRYING THE MAILS OF THE lines where the six of the mails and the number & .
POR" p.m. the specific bid though she :highe, itl bepreferreil
1st .'' will their .& BI
fir ITED STATES from the July, nf IIP officers require employment by
Leave Bhihridg every Sunday. Wednesday, .in the; star bid tn iw extent nf a moderate ,
30th June 1851 inclusive. Fl.'rid department and in that case, separate a. AplII',' ; ,,
T!' 1847 'J'the I ; a Id"
'i 8
    'Will be received at the contract office of th PoiOffice !imrimcnt fortbea'..irtin= and safe kee1iing'nfihe ,
    :c1 da\s by 3pm. difference is n* t su
  • in the- of \Wellington un- mail is be provided I the under the
    I r4 Department city Pri'r.-als for ,erni-weekly service will be cots tu by contractor of ihenew law hieh look. lu a reduction in ibeeo CTTfV steamer SARAh II5PALDI&jbu
    Ir' .til9. a: ,m:, of the 10th March. 1847, (t-' decided direction nf the department. $
    sM'nvil. -t of transportation. E'Iu.rptiun.f'r., In ehh ) r.J5pirrrra
    : bv tHe 1st day of April- l) on the mute* and iw I In nil there i is be forfeiture of the .mnyM r-vT1 &? 't .j
    1'i it: 5. ca cs to ,
    : GroovervilK
    3521. From Monticello. by | allowed wliere ibe star I-M M n.ad<* by iiie present .. nno ('u'driuaI| .
    4p.j U'4 the manner and lime rer. -pec'ified, viz: to TliomMville, 31 miles and back, once a week. pay of the flip when the trip is'not run; a'forfeiture owner of tin stock on thin route, and it i i. .4bov Palalka up the St Jol.n. .,':...
    I : r FLORIDA. of at l least ono fourth >art of it when tb. nul'. .
    | manifest that tlw* for
    3591*. From St. Au Htine by JnckMohville and I I I.e \,' Moutln'llo every \Wednenilay 6 a m, reasons pi eferrtog the speri6c Sept. 12. 1846.
    pinning or arrival is so for behird rime as to lose
    J.11 bid do exi in his
    nrrive "t"Th..mll.\'iII. lay l .5 not "t r.n.
    name Icy m.
    jr.P0rp.at,1 : Kirkland wrtk.J"avftSr, to.St. MuryrGa.o6 ou.rl ack, L ',iveThoinn,ill. every Thm* once a nf duo of it when of
    p"j' n proportion a graiL' horse'coach ,IPanll""II..n".ft"linn Packet.
    nit arrive-ni .Mmitirello *lIur. eta> b\ 5 |' tn. or i i. rrqeur.I.d
    : Aut3tne r "ry.\VPclnfO n
    t.n' Jj 23. From Q'lincv to ChuttHho.iciie.! miles service mulcted inferior tothat tii therontract. .,tilt' size and importance of the m.il.1 the 'ThJI; irVltariesm fir'
    arrive St. Mnrv's n-xt dny by 12 m. "II"
    ,11: at Thursday al'l ..hiick.I IW'ICH n w..k..L."p Th.s.fnrfeiture4 may be incrro,Mi.into penalties preference fist the ,.periIchuh will |he'% ireP'.n', .'tiASTCJN. ('ar'. .. '.. ._
    Leave '
    : Mary'every r'r..nr. nf higher according fre- .
    Mmontit ti< iihtnre or rivi
    carried a' I'IfS't1Ii4E'Trfl
    Q-Mticy evi-rv Toesdny nnd Thursday at to a greater extent of ififlerrothan s'n ..W-
    :, rive at St. Augustine next day by lip rn. the failure nnd the of the : ,.'
    qu..nryof 9 A. M.
    importance lag ai each
    4 4 p m. anive at Chalialwurhi* same day by 9 the inferior roacb route, subject, however, in the on 'w..1. and 'will $.. .
    it&I 3&02. From St.'Au<*u line. by New Smyrna. Si. rnnil. exception above Illal... I P. M. for Sa,*r>nah' vui ,,,.I.nh. J. ,

    : Lacie and Miami'river to Key West, 600 mile% m.L."vp Cln'tahoiichit every Wedaecdny and 6. Fine will be imposed, unless the delinquency 24.A motlifiruiioii of a )M.I. in any of it* <*.sential St. Manji. ai rNll other immrdiate Urwliw, .
    ffi* and back twir? a month. be satisfactorily explained in due time for i ic irrise in S,...''... east I" S.tntl .
    Ftiduy nt 1 n m, airivfal Q'nncy same days by 6'r.,1w.enI terms. laiituinoiint to a new III I. ..141! ran not .Ift '
    It Leave St. AugiiAtim* on the 14t and I5.li ofeach r H m. failing to lake from or deliver n'. a post tiffin', the be received so n" I.. interfere wild rt'sulir competition .....n ..r. for CbarleMoVr can ..y it'. ,

    4..I : : month arrive at K.*y West in'feven iIIy.. fni ni-weekly service will I beconaider mail, nr RnY."Hrl..r it ; for( .uif'riri it I.. he wet, nfler the last 'hour set f.'r r>..svir.g bids. in i hievenin* in tfVtJ'ul} (IiIWI' wfr S..ame,1"cI.r\'
    Leave Key Went on the Bill nnd 23d: ..f'each I ..l. injured lo.t, or d.'*lroy.'d; f'r conveying if in n C. JOHNSON. TII" Ci.... tun. in ..n..lie. .hit

    : month, arrive at.St. Au;u.iine in p.'u .Iiy4 3523.:'FromClmitahoieliie. by Oche ee. Rlnunts- place or banner that exposes it tu riepredation 1.'I'nll..r General. \'R.Vild..r'. l1i;( Lint 4 f..It.
    l'ripoieiilf fur service; oneeii numtn will IN conidereiL hiss nrirjuiyfor refusing alter demand tu New York. .f which .. W'
    4' k4; town, .In.| and Fn Gtt.lil'n: to Arwilnchicoln convey .Pott OJficf fitpartmtnt Nov. 231846. ne have 'etervnornin M
    n mail :by any roarhf railroad cnr. or sf**"ml oiit *. *
    ; 150 mil" *n.l "back twice u week, from 11 Octob I Dec 18 lwIn ? '
    3503 From St. Au u Iinp to PiRoIatajlSmile* which tlie contrnet'if regularly runs on the route __ TieGasion.doe
    ;3 : .'r to l-t ..June in each year, and once a week rw i rerurn in Black Creti
    and back week. the number Circuit Oflr$. _
    t a. -once n tin re/idoe.; treynnd specified tripn in the con her way. to SaVHhnnh.
    4t Leave S', Augustine every Tu..,diy at 7 a m, From l.l O-'tolierto lit June tract aid for not wrnvin nt ih. time set; anti EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. NAR.E..fl Or PA rj:7W.

    ! Ii arrive at Picthlm same diy by 12 m. Lo.nCha."h ,''hir every Wednestlay and Friliy for setting up or 'running nil pxpre titran.mitromiieirHl COUNTY or DUVAL: Nor, MBr.n 1 ER". 1846.- I Tilt' p.'I. tflw.r this I.i.il.. )
    Leave. Picolata M.SHII.v: | .t arrive' TUESHAT. nt-cen-l I. r846. ,,
    10pm illh.li.II": in advarreof
    every th>* mail a b. .
    jbI iksj.esielwii '
    % .t 12 nrrive at Apilachicola next day InG r.'Y "".ey M...'. ..
    ;r at St. Auaiin next .liy by 3 a m. i..n. penally will he exacted rqual to a quartet's Pars NT. The Hun. THOMAS VOIG f.S. 8.S rt- .t 'tns. 14.w.. ma.teJs, ,. I .a,:
    Proposal for twtcp. al.vifiir thn" times a we k pjy. Judge, &r. Uri.; ,IGtrST
    Lvi A|'nl>iciiiolit! .'vey Tuesday and ThurI A. A. M 5..1..
    service will b idereil. 7. Tl Postmaster O\i,1 Tnnn 1 .,.
    ? ? cnn" General annul th TTanner. JRfta 23.
    .tt may
    I ivit Si up. urrivH ut Chiitlali li next days ( C HAJcr.nr. I
    IIt 3504. From G.r..rn.' by Fort l1ul-!' tlIarn.. ,ontnint fur repeated failure*: for vi.iatitsg the "II: Bill for 0vre.JT N".rL VJRjV r.1J"r

    Newnan viIIr>. nnd EIH! villi*, to Alligator. SOnilesa'nd ....-si !.' June to 11 October.I ,IMHtotH t* 'law; for ilixobeying th* inirurtion4 ifi I.lze.ueth ) 11,,- SAVAtN. H. A lisa.,.n.I".J..3I..

    I t .r:1: : < hack,nnc. 8 week.Leave ..eave Cb iMnliof! ..'hi.* every Weilui'sdiiy at 12 he .1.| (ilrniiii; f..r refiHinp to rlitrhnrge n rqrii- Hpiearing| In I-nti-ficiion fir ihe Court. lit*?; LV IAAI j.j ji.ii|..... ...I..r.JtoI.li.frf.J"frl.
    'Garev's Ferry Tuesday at 4 m. $ tin .,. .. lIlHt lie |).(.'.,.|>iil. Eiiz.ili: 1 1.:Fh" .i i,| .
    % every p r.. 81 rive at. Amhclnr-| ,. next Frid.-iy by 11 n in. <'r wln-nn-quin'il by .' .m..n'; f"rtiiernnimri H.e.ignii lie I re e I m: fX: <.:I.. C H ?,rMb.) me.o.Jkl"
    arrive Alligator next dal l by 12 in. uiihoiil I sit of the' State of Kloridii' cciii l | ...III.{ .- 21.
    at tin cormeiit of the l'dI fl4 M'\I> juris- 'flw'u. .... .. .
    . J< 'Hve Apil'ichicolnevery! M"iidny nt 9 H m, ar- .1.1 a's ",...1 It "_It ,4r.r.4.uv .
    a .di;& Leave I..ruh ni 2 m, arrive ter General, or (setting oriunr.ir> dictum of' i hi* Coun : Ox MOTION! It DoriMiiM, .. ,. .. .
    L j Alligator; every ) p iiv at C'iuiiiilm Tlii II"I"p..hv by 11 '. en. up un expressu ', .io-h "I. i.itl 1 '1_ '''! ."..... .
    10 < hfoie"iid. f'rlirt.: ; 8oicit| r f(ainMiit lit I L. "l.i%r ... .. Pwa.pJ.,
    at Gareys Ferry next tlay by .MullInnl.kl
    I ;;v; I'r..p.'seals "n "' trip. (rum III, : as vou.tprair' ft, i ..I".
    ), (twice. aU.> for ilui.- timesa wek t),*.4 J,. r 10 lt Jumr "i illl' coiMMered. 3 Tin Postmaster General may niter the iron- entitled raiue, IT isOnDCRkD. T., is .11 ..1' || a. ....,.. ud tJ
    ! j service will be considered. tract, und tiller lite tx'heilnl*, lie nlbming n .fll".. n bearing be li.id on tli" fart* i4. ..
    14 I N t. From Si. J-itepir. to fil'7c'iiroh.! 25 .promln CSPI'4 1..1 h. "-. | m S'. inCSKOHRrT.......
    I tr 350;. From ick4onvilie to AIIi-ntor,70 mile* mile. mi-1 buck I"ii s'a week from Nr (ct.r.., to increase .f C0fllhIftti.sfI' ". witluit tin ..*.Irir.li..n. rhargi'd in she\ said Hill .!. Compluiul of -.M : IIOUIE5.rViili

    i .!j' and back once a week.Leave .11 June and oner n week the ieMii of ih* imM| ."t>.l hy law (or the udiiitional service Complainant at lli.'ii.'Xl lennof ibis c..i rt : Arwlifllie A,,'M":, J..L., .

    1 Jacksonville every T'i.'*.lay at 6 p. m, yen:. lequired, or (or the increase ..f sj e.-il. if the rml ..,i.1 Defendant faU! tn appear u denre can .- M-rnreH M t Si A..li. .iI"-.,

    It Arrive at Alligator next ly l I.y 12 m. From 1st October to ..4I'Junp.LcartveSI. |filII l }men! of additional stork or carrier i i. tendered may then f''U in llu name manner a. tl"hhi.1! ,icaiNM| .. t,. ft. r: CARR & (,O. .
    , ,, ;';; Leave Aligiinrev.'ry! MOII<|HV HI 2 (p in, arrive Ju4.11h 4 every Mond-iy and Saturday IIPCt'"rH but the conlrnctor flllIIII suib ranet o..r..nclrtnlh..1cI n".lIr .,.| IMreent in Court, J iU, 15. 1345. AJ iiis .

    r4 Jacksonville next day.by 9 am.PropusaU at 7 a m, arrive at Apalacbicola same'dayii by 5 relinquUli therontfact.. on timely:, notice, if I.e AND rr' is ri'RTHKR ORDKRKP. That a ceriiti ,

    . .i p.r for twice. .I'!*'' for i hive times a .week I p m. prefer it to the cha gt*. Tbe ptMtmtwier General ropy of this Onlr bo pul Ii.h".l in *ome ne\ rpw. S. 'IV. DOGGETh

    ; fl t serviceon thU route will lH!.'mslcl..I. I,'nve Apnlnchicola every Sundny and Friday at may annul! tin* detract or curtml the soviet*, per printed within the Eiern Cirruii of- the

    ; 3506. From Pilatka by r.ine Spring Fort 7 II in. nrrivo HI S.. Jo.epli's came ila>* by 5 p in. and pay when h. wi-ne to dispense with tb* Slate of Florida bribe sjwiet .three month* lw -
    1 King. Long w'amr. Okahumkn. Fort Dade. and From hi Jitri' to lt Vtohei. -.T ice in whole or in part or |111".ra, hiclwr nr i (serf the firm (|ny of t\i\ next T.rro of this'(..irt.

    ; :. ? Fort Faster, to Tampa, 155 mile and hick once Leave St. Jooph'every Sitiurdav HI 9am, nr different grade of.M-rvice on lh. route, h. nlln,'. I. OSCAR HART. Clerk of llai.1 Conn. sic! herein :

    I! ; .* week.- rive at A palHchtcoM! nme day by 7 '1'm. ins; unuro nlmveto hew line ropy of the Older .

    I Leave Pilatknevery Tuesday nt 10 a: m, arrive Leave ApHlnc.hifola every Friday at 12 in. a'rive entered of record! in siiid rnlilU-il rail*' ut .:ifl!

    \ ', 4, at Tampa next Friday by 5 p m. :it St. Joe|.h'" name ciA)' by 10 p m'. 9. Thn payments will bo made through drafts on Term of said Court. _
    )' LeaveTnmpaevery Tuesday at 10am, Off h't' 3525. From 8aihhrid .. Ga..hy Ch.ur..b.eor.hip. pittt offices or oili<>rwi i.e, after he exf.irniiou of IN WIJXESS: WHEREOF. I Jiorrunm

    at Pilatka next Friday by 5 p m. Riu: olil, Mariana. Srurlock Spring.. WeCampt .r"-iII.. each qunrler say in February Mny Auu4t and set my ham! and atKx the senh.,f said .S EM, IN ARY.THK .

    t I'rnposalfor twice week service will be eon clton. i>enev4, Alnai..hte.lihlln.l "'.rich.. N"vpmlt..r.. I.I. S.I Court at tlJ..Cnnl.UnCl..n ll>*> (:il.rJflC'l..n"illp. i-oui*.> if ..Irt.Ii.11'" uI'

    4ItJerel. tow. to IJ..nol1icoln. 231 milo and back.. th..r 10. Tin* distances are given according In she thi twenty ninth tiny nf *.**.I.! i% ........i ttJ.1.. I".s44rse.4i.:

    e 3507. r> m Piintka by Erpri.p. to Mellonville 11 mi'* U week. In-nl t'lformalion; .b,it no inrren.eil $pny will be allowed O.f"t" A. P.. I64G. .lucli
    .*t. 125 miles and Ixick. "nr a w.-k. Lavn D-tinbridgt! every Siirwhy. Wednesiluy, slh'iilil tli*') prove to r e greater tbntii h Hd- OSCAR hART Ork.Januiry | |. ruler rolrc| ,.. ".y. )wrs'. ptir.

    C Leave Pilntkn every T.i.'.d y nt 10 It m, arrive and Fiiday ht 2 a in, arrive" nt lVi."aC1t eveiy \'f'rli.f'el. if the place are correctly n.mnl. 15lb. fo47. 3m i iie :1 lntlie. : "b if.. lb... who are aflor t.VITjUSI..'w

    at Mellonvtlle next day by 5 p rn. Tuendtiy. Friday and Sutplay. icy 4 p ni: 11. Tit** PiiAimasier General i i" pnliibited by --Ailmiiiistralor7 IVoiicc. N |',..('..in". mn selrrf. mirL brawketS Slsjl

    Leave .31l"lI Aille every Thursday at 10 a IJ. Lenvd PensacoU | and taw fioni knowingly making for .. snit their tif.j.' 'clu in lift-
    every Sunday. Tue4i.ty, a contract the WKKKS: : alter ilzu. I h-ill ",,, |1 l.. IV .
    I r.r: arrive at Pilaika next day by 5 p m. Friday nt 8 a m. arrive at Buiuhrulg"! every Tuesday ,. trHri pnrtnlion of the mail with any |.enum who SIX... Jiuf p of Prolate (for lhi County C.- l'h' rrslMtj..iam .I she i.li..i..rp CiiIIPJ

    .;b:1: 3508. From Mellonville tu Now Smyrna. .3( :Thursday ,Sunday hy 10'p m. shall have pnl..r\d into tiny comhinntmn or pro lumhia. for I>tiers of Adminimraliou pn the estate with ih. slnxte .'.iIJ *.(pmnwrtio/j/ the rairuVtfs*'

    : -. miles and back onee week. Proposal commence the route at Cliannhoo- ,po..d| tA enter into any combination to prevent ; William JullnlOP. .laf ,.( said roiiniT. .leeeae -, al! and m<.fa| iMlvare.rtent. memnrrs

    Leave Mellonvillc every Thursday 'at Sam, chie will 1w oii.1i're.l. II..mnkihf of any bid (or a mail contract I by any I. GRKKN: JOH.N5ON. Tie; ,! a.i..liilfO i. itiienilril trt l Ice Mrictl;|>sinn4,

    arrive at New Smyr :1 same day by 5 ptn ProMi-oNfor onco n ,week .lo'for twice week other ptifion or per.ons,. or who shall have made January 15th. 1847. 6w Tin' PrereHr| desires is, "hi..1.. vtilli bWpiN. p..

    h Leave.New Smyrna every W,.lfI" "Y nt 6 am. service. u ill bo comiidered. any nsrrerarnr or shall bave given or ,performed, -' _-::::'--' ---= !. ., -. ., liahiiii- .,r. -L'iiul..... _-....! r.Mi....:..... -......rn.rI' -- .1.

    arrive at tell nville snm* diy' by 5 I' m.I 3526. From Marinnni by Oiky Hill nmlHolme or prorrised to give or perform any consideration iblUDtlm Grot t, .iisfhw'sics"b, an. air..>at f.',Iat fW1WfrifM"'Pt.

    :'h.ft 35o. Front Ne.wnori vllle to" New River. .22 ** Valley. .to Uehve ,Anna1! 60 miles awl!,I torlo nr nut to do. any thing whatever to induce Watchmaker and Jeweller.5'MAIZi.STEtT. 'c.r: the. |lira" than h1 ,severe ...

    -.1} miles nnd back, onco a we k. hack once a wrnk .*tr -; nny,othrr,person not tu bid Air' a mail contract.-- NOT. rra..Ju fr."Ii..."'Ph-.

    ; .. .., LenveNnnvillevtry! Wednesday nt 11' m,I I,"IIIeriiln"; every Thtiruday'al6a' m, nrriv(. 'Piirticuhr; ,attention is called tothe28ih section Reypertfull' informs ilio citizensofJacksonvtlleanditji A It ftffttrate'account nf I.lbedeIIiMiietires) fefery /

    I arrive at.New River same day by 8 p m"; at Uch'-p Anna rPXI J..y h) 5-r ni.Lav of the net of 1836', prohibiting combinations tu \..ni".Ih.t scholar, and a No u f the defpf i.f .irsi 9eifi

    4: T.avfl. New River every \V''flne4dIlY at 5 a m,I .- Uclse'eAisrsa! .very Tu<'4day at C n m, nrrivn -I 'prevent bidding. I A he has removed !., use huusr Immediately i i. keji ;. ftiopof which account in tnfIHI"
    arrivbat Ne rhan viIIenme day by 12 m. at Mnririr.ha next day by 5 p m. 12. Ahid received after time to wit : the 10th mljuiHing the with ibi refularierm bill. HiraiMmiitrtl foettr/

    ; 3510 From NewnanviHe. by Santa Fe, and 3527 From( Marianne Jackson county In St.nlrt'W4 Murch next, at 9 a. m;, without the guaranty ceathr the' ore re* parent or jrmKilian.w bo may,I..itflu.
    Fort Fanning* to Cedar Keys. 103 miles and buck, \ Bay, 60 mil- nail back; once n week. reqnimlby lI\w. or that combine.C'Yp..1| routes in ns printing I
    office of ike Floriifa- Statesman" 7EU3 JTOR A stjsto or.T WILTS WUU,
    I once a wi'rk.LeaveNewnnivilb'every. Leave )Marinnna every Thursdry at 6 a m, 'or, one sum of compensation car.iMit b<* considerefl in ansi is now.pie.
    p ? \ .. atlT a m, rive At ST. Andrew* Bay next day by 6pm. competition with a regular proposal not adjudged 1 pareil IflCPCttt. with pn>mptito/l",all orders connected Hi-Vr Dranrbes. $. ae

    [' Arrive at Cedar Keys next thy by 7 p m. Leave'St. Andrews, Bay every Tuesday at 6 a in ne p.X'rIlV''ltlnt. with the above line. C"nmnn.ncol'f"', 7 Of' ..

    >$ Leave Cedar Koytevery Friday: 6 a m arrive m. arrive at Marianna next day by 6 pm. 13. A bidder may offer, where the transportation Mr. Groihe would nisi say. that h tins defer Latin and Greek. CI...... extra.

    1 AlNewnansytlJe next day by G pm. 3523. From Geneva. Ah;, to Clay' Bank; 26 called for in the advertisement is difficult or mined lorunfinehiii) atteniiun. in future, exclusive Lessons in .t"nchli"f"n at the request sfftrents. .J

    .. 'i: ?: 3511.. Frorn jWnatMvifl.. ; ', try Fnrt Clatk. \V".' miles and back, once a week. impraricable at certain refl*oiis, In substitute' an Iy tn work in. iheso branches. He render bis r

    1 .e; : cahpotie. and Micanopy, to Fort King 64 miles Leave Geneva every' Tuesday '9 n m, atrive inferior node of conveyance; of to intermit service thanks to the many friends w ho have (iven Him Any pupil withdrawn from f he School sVfa*jrMl

    : M.I l t'ack, oscn a week.I at Clay n"nk..amp.lay by 5pm.Ijeavo .' n specifitd number .of tlays, week. or months tlieir patronage, and' 'frusta that bis exertions here "- I of the session, except for reasons wJucaw*

    Jti: >ave Nf'wn"n.mu.evt"r1|)! Wednenday at 8 am,. Clay Bank every Monday at9 a m, arrive lie may propose to omit an office Ihac, inace* after will be .uch a* trr merit if. < Piirwip.1.ppouiwWhdriiqisrrdtopaykirunexpired ; ._

    arrive at Fort. .Kinj.next day by 8 p m. nt Geneva same day by 5 p rn. ihle. car.i.. is not on.the stitge.road, ih* railway. or From 'long practise in' IIM business, he I>*'1. p"rt ofihat 1ft.;. .

    : ; Le&vefolt.Kingee'1 Friday at 8 a m, nrrivo 35'29.: From acoIabyHonCur,",, Ala, and at n ntcamlntat landing as the case may ; orbe himself'rVimpetent. I*' give ,satisfaction. an
    : at NewDnsviIlerwztday by 8 p m. Blakely, to Mobile, 72 miles arid back tlareetinteisa may.offer tosubsiiiute nn inferior mode of supply charger ,will be moderate and as reasonable as a pupil; fm'ftC'N ional.t-tflJ. Tn rms r sf f**" | >*

    312. From \Vacnhootie, Kmithla Camp tz. w.ek.iive.. in Kiich cases. He, may propoi< ilinvrent days those', of ilio. North. .tracts') stcktxsj. requiring he pupil H > r

    ard, Homoin* a. Augusta, neil Chnnchestie to L" PAn.llr"la' every Sunda'y-'Tuesday; 'amiFri'lay. and 'liour of departure and arrival provided! no N. 'B. Clocks Watches! r.'ai.nn. the best I drawn from the' Scbon), proj er deducts ViI k ..

    Fort Dade 98 miles and bsek onri a week. C at 5 p m, arrive at Mobile next duy by 11,: more running lime is a.kcd., nnd has obviou Hiaa' .,annp","a,Ill at the shortest noiice. ml.I,. f f"fPatrrmsee ..

    .T ]>ave W..'cnh snlietted ,from rwss'.. wanunquaIinVvmfi6denrv h. M" .
    r .._ .
    ________ arrive at Fort Dade next Sturdy by 5pm 1"/1 v.. :Mobile ;py Monday' 'Thursiray nn;ltti l i. jumred.* -* Me- "may- : -ask- for- more- running lime"to rFORVA I ,&. ALDRICH In she ability sail htF- t

    i.; Leave,Fort OadefveryMoiwiay Jt6 a 'it.nrnve "$'-.r.1 t\. 12 ui, nnire at Pen"acola" next d )n'V7 lie inpi: 'during specified'number' ofdays. at. ATTORNBYS' nip of Pi..e1paI.. I

    at Wacahiie next Wrdn-inlny by S p m. :i 'fl. '- ; certain '*eu.ons of peculiarly L.fl'r s.iIe r hut be AND COUNSELLORS AT' LAW The school.is aim in a. B.i.J.mr i iUa rositb" '

    3513. From Allietier by SuwnnneeSliiinU. to' Piui.| ..: ./'>r.daily I 4.j-iet'iIl be con idered. y"nllht* "changes,n proposal for *eryic:.di0Vrenl. oJ-:: Will rmr.I'c'.ln.tI' several C.nn< of Law' -1..iLJirtt 'lar-e. ft.mm.w .pJ 545j41 al

    - .. Bluunt's Ferry, 35 mile 'nnd bark onre a .week. 3530. 'r":',," (Key W!.,t. by Indian Ke". ,to from'the advertisement. will prevent ii being con .aRtI Equity,'in ihejEasier Circuit Florida., structure, recently ..ctr.1 rtV Florwa 1.-cIr "

    p Leave Allicatnr every Thursday at 5 a m, arrive llQrleil".", S. C., \700'.mitrs and tacknzice a jrideredln competition with a 'regcsrarbtd/ not .t' \ '*. A.. .!'*41\D. S,.-''.tlt''tane. I. ftl' 1.0. O. F.Thelnraiinjs. .

    n.lc 4 at Dlouht's Ferry same day l It v 6 I'm.L. Mi.',h. *, aside for extravagance'andtriien* 'a bid contains LoUIS AtbriicH. 'N.\\ u1nVm..IYIN .. orv if well known 1 i'i

    : t1Iei4.W .,. Blotinu Ferry evrry Fr'nUy nt 5 H m. nr. L"Qwf' I'yV. 'I r rum Ilai"161 :'h. 20th nr any'of the above alterations.:.their'disadvantages' ; TPl'f & .QwIIc I. rasy'.,access. 4.nl may twi.!*! JtI... ,r

    rive at 'Alligator named ay by 6"p m. .,,... m ''Ih. nrrive af Clmilent tn' with' all) procilal will be' estimated In'com paring'it with'other .ATTORNEYS- : ..hJ rat. inJacksonvilK ,......'t lJti..*-. _.-

    t "3514. From All gnt.'r. by \Vhit, Spring, Jn "' $If.-l de.pafeii. !\ 1''''.It pro- AND\ ,COUNSEL.- LOS' 8 AT LAW.. R F,. Marrh271h,13H; I iL

    k p? '" |rsr. Benton/AVofklUnd. Cherry L>.".>. Ciii...,,. eeui I>nvp LHirJ."forion th,'i.i'day nf'each" month' '14.: There.should be but nne'rbute bid fur 03.Will. practiCH in fhV; severali tWrta srtii; '
    Aucilla. to Monticello. 103 miles ",.Iwirk. n".'.H '"ri ..Val.KyVi! Whit nil prariicnbled.'upatch.PriiHiMU '' proposal. '/ -. a. ,anr\ ;!lly':! m llip Ea-t'-rn'Circuit" of Florida.' grIcuItui: .1 11I.' '"
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    -i .::t'. .; week '1' tK to eml!>r ic. C.j> Florida and..St. Au- 15. .The route.'the service, thr yarly'pay. the asTnH. NewnansviUe. ,DLUW ,&, WEBSTKB. ,tSAVANNAH.
    Leave .Alligator every'Wednesday at '1 p.' m, ri.. :1I"'II1P will| r..nciol..noch| .. | hiclrl r','nil me' and residence, and'the name of each C.Wrowi- >io. Fort,King. GA.DKAUCXS '>

    rive mt'Monticellrt next Friilaybr 8 p tnLeaveMontSeelki 3532. F wrn Key' West'in St. AugustIne.j600n inember 'of iho firm, wliere"a I ['comP"'I offers; : JAlJESV.; .BRYANT" "
    Saturday at 5 l I b..k, momh. bould) hP" In ih* .fuU.i.iiif artk1v.bkh.hlli4iI !- l
    every .a m, ar.' NIK iwic H : diuincily l stated-also *...node of .
    rive AlUgfttor 1 next ;\nfU1.j by 12 m. I"M. (lv-y We.t on the ;8ih'n;l 23d 'of' each .nip,'if a 'higher mode than-on horseback convey is- ATTORNEY' AND feOUNtBLLOR AT LAW,- .on.a* re*..."he| terms, a* aay otker rse .,

    3515.,'From TnlUhie.to .Mark; 52 miles ni'inih, q..iSI.. AnltUlii..i," !ell'd.,.. intended., Jacksonville, Fla Ih"lttfI"f.a .h.'Sou.1wni.e.1. '
    and back three timei a week. L.."iv.' St. '\.t'att- .;n 'th*> ;1.. and1 I5ili fneh '16.' _._I 4 C0t1 PLKTI: :rtlDf'f'i AjT3IIsI'--

    e Leaver TallRhi'rvvMndiv..Tbnr4uln.' montb> arrive ai Key West in seven'days.. Pcl| to the;Jhebirl rirt .h.jici"n ,und r.l),'.address GJI tU"q.IGltt iETf;?- '.' : :'jiIrn-at.. riTh.jstR: ulH dIIf' ,.-' ,
    and Saturday at 7-ft nvarrive nt :I. )-t.i ...u..1 IJ't..1' ttinatciliM ;r',ute'at'Ci"d'sr'KrseiitiaN4 Mail' uiant the "l'Oftma".r' ueneral', with I AORE'. 1 r, AND 'COUNSELLOR 4.? ,JaW,I f'iflterns .r 1'1iuh.. H-. (u.it.- kiadY.btrTHseeas4 rC,.
    : Proposal* in Slat pf; ,:" /' writtenon (K S..INI. '
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    daysbjOaoi. ..r St. AIIS.I b.'rJkldd1'P4l. ; Jacksonville. .
    "in.i.iII theiacet'h,. Ip.t"r ; asuIhoiikICs 1 IN.despatch t- _,.___ Fla., _. ., nnd ** .
    & F"'a
    J LrareSti'Marks }Mondnv.'TbiiMdjiri} .d4 i: _' .n ,,;. aaarAmesfra ftt 2
    every and'Saturday cr rrnre''I'r.tr 'l'.Ii'lcffi.'t.Ji' :. tn oiDt.ei I in lime lu be received by .bcfon.. "WifY 'k.-A *> '
    tine '
    5 a- ., or inth.. enl8e_ It Reap I ln.4.. (iraiii'Cmdles.'Am .IJAS. : .
    ;at m. arrive at,Tallahisseedaysbv5pm. t -'. .
    p *, :Am in Fl'tiid*. at a siini loin*, !j !)! I ?hJ.Ct i March next, at 9 n'r[ lc I''r_ '...: -I W*'
    siwlCoh BM
    ,. ., ,: .:, : Ilr'. -.)nhlii'., 'Cf l'Itfll. .I l,.- 1t.0tI1 sih.. ,.. lwj'.. jrncePdistJ ( -7.I '11) 'ronjiract.7are?tobe. >xecutecl by'orb ''I ". )T"Co ". MiU.y..Cf.hrM.Jlm.SuawC"'i.OsY F.wtahlr Frenrk ?'. (
    F/wn.Tallab s* .by:New P,rt 'ah.!;5r..1 r..saz a ItP9 .a.- r"ft. : c: ... R ASI.tR1f40F' JlISTQRY Com )! 'f
    a. In
    r"r .s'th.ri'Juiy nexi. : .
    t. ...tr_ s..Gii4t'i'
    Ma' ;3ti.il'a ,an-llMrk. ilirn.- .j. Patent Cbnrn., Fo r Cbttwt Gi.-, .
    'i&oS""JI.t.air\t' .1-' antI I' 'J1 f t Comprising "..
    I. jim!. a week to Ne; ,; Port, and 'oncw a"w k sit.c .,. "tj...CJ. i ,'tI.mP1., \ I nr PI f' ,iiqi4: c... K..'.. IP.Pl ,.i. ."c, Jt $ : ( n r nr ., .U,4vetii1 Ilisestiry general ncw"in\rOlurt\ intI 1, outline nf en' FnMita1 Nahti '4 .' ;,
    c I residue,, ., ; ( I, l .A":;j Mlm j fil biei i; ba4a_ i k: ': ;iallht.i.; ltit hlU, !.ftt.rnlalJ'risd*.r rum a.dt". I(, :a'irri..! el "PIIP. :- l1istore b.':' : modern.fM' : !nr.. 'F..lr.t, *;.J.Wfai... r. .C'. .it
    ? nn "''I''. itr1wi1tAjjl "ri J1d V"f
    Leave: Talahs.a' wery Tu s dty.r Th'irUy. ., "'.k.J 0 Immedlaith, ; i\ r fIh. Jrt"nr"fJ'itI'' 'Naiini'tlrnifpx.Jje: h.eirt r..I". atk4..jw4nflI41e.Li ..
    's ami S&t inl*T-m 7'a Ipt arfijo at New Port am.-- fr01& fr'Bi C..Iipbill ,35 miles and back,' oncen l hst f* 1 !tt? 'fl!! ."fI''. ..Ip .I! '! J hrsrfucl rise- ft''r'.. ,!lM'ht.itdiri... Castor Oil.SIIIIIL1 utp* 4wr,.Vaiawke, !
    & *
    1. days by.2 .Kin.: .At wt4 i *t.t. ws. >r 4H.* --";,'.!-'.' *' -i 1',i ,* .* .ch" M'tt.t. 'h..l'Ijln.I"U} .t', $IIN'r. Ltv ,A fJlJJ ,'1 & GJ..... \ tndCt. 'J.II. : of lit

    Leave jiiwi.ri.!..: ,M..rt4ay.>; ,V f lne .I
    TrMay, at 7 a nt'!irrheat: TaJlnlui,fe slum'diy ;1'f.," Week'. .J ** ',.j.. .' .' ter;',General' UvdjrfTt ,fH! *> pfr;J'r' -.l fap1lrnl'rrP..ry.", Iedjs.. '; IBIOC ."'. WPuIpjehI adPAPKR .J'IR .11 .

    ,L oj"-"|. m._ .. ,. /II.. ....., if, JI.i" fi ,,< .. ,' ..f. >;< r. .,. .. made, (rein it* retUrned h, mail, yl1.eejwn!. "''J. ) '.... "'.1.it..nd Scif'n.iSa ,, PRINTING nml Writing INK. ,

    ) Leave Newport evest'i.r'rat6 a m, arrive_ Fsrm.for, >bidj ,hre naf hanxe f rort'.adveriueinflotldr -] cl .rt.,1.' ., .!,iIy..nsat.I '" ... tu THE DI8TrORYOE&C. lnludlaj 'p '. l..n at d ,1111" "FA,.T"--.l;JA"f'tF.DS.rwarnfllwi -
    u "iorrinplntf/l..!.ilMt.bolder.. \; i7nd.rise ct 'f d 1 1."t' ,ADlERICA '.. clew1 I. .
    'lllol'fIlo ;Vvlfl: .H rn. ; / p .. .'f ,.t !fJOu! .IDhrIDy ; *ssD$ ;
    i. t: ?'JorwM'!.iliec mHj, !) ([here, wri ,|he// jc;; !It!.Ii I Let ,p..t Jn.\. t..N H.'r, 'hmITrI&4ff.i" Plltl 1r I"fi., hahkJ l t'l'C'Pb"rn r. ;
    LwveShellPointeyer/S t'jn'lnyat J ;IJ1r'ru. Ifl1Wflvossm.s.larib ?j .
    .,p.e.'arrirtf.atNewport.ssmr _name ormrn-s #!.f91Jt!d'[' tP i4tPibp! .:rtil/l' 'nre.io .ci.'nf .ulU'iulllf"t for (favmiul iwtGsirnnce.! .,. lfM.1 ; Octave,. hh .d

    !') h5,, pm.. .ti nrtesid.pje1: ] 'arJt"' s.prI'9"'I carry tKf,mnilon iulier reference!,10 4|>e,mcNle I of tran-|Kiiaii n?than i'si&rivitip.$4. : An' 'edst1onvipiippr ec.ytr.. ....Ju..i.b .. '
    :itJ ." PrnposaU>tq xtenil !h1- ,1r1-Wf'lI"I.rnICO to ***. often bit cothp1m. 1 ltnbl fiti' mttilini'. $3 ., f, .
    tilftf 7 as hr .l.
    !! .J M'F' Mtns may etsarj ip.provide for th 1 .' due reUriiy lJ-
    t. Mrkwsllbeconsl4err4. ( ; DANIRL .
    : A AOKE. (
    t J'It '. ) a.a.qvfttiftraent reqmresjtt' the If"r..atPtl.lri cen.in'I'anJ secnrityof sucttiinsj robhjshp'.1 ; c1108 ![! .
    /; 3517. From Tallahassee, by Ltftna Clarion, th. Kbeauiipyind* ''w' by*Uro**following modo*# of:/coo' '* 'Vbea. the lowest'iISI Pr ws! "rmyefen. ; *' +S.v\l.Jvn'pc.,18d,1848.'.t ; lQ1Fl\ILoo.pebtf'Ytek.. ; ; -" .j' ..4i, itL PtscatrnoMs M4Uk, Mft>V iTro5 .T- r, --.' | l.



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