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: March 5, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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System ID: UF00054483:00239
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Ad"ft : composed this
'gr eJwUL.be' coiiuued. aDill. forbid,. 'Pn the John Russellt;300 Sir -RoberF o pursbe lieai. :ei r egreUe I ity were iRajor.
? !:' Lsiv'. .f fhe CItrd States ecJftl eel the ccraVumption'; f4ir or the five member..oC
ahc b't 1 jpdmJ..: .t. diG .Teaa.NlaO' 2ooc; : ;,> n'l: 1 of time} and regretted. r Military ; the
Ms r7'iH dntta WUl b e""red tat 411 anDOI the necessity of 'the' conrntt! and .lOme.or '
rI rebuke the
for qflee., I .Veuii rT \Tb.e''sutfetj''- J they con old st
.lDe.uorcaadid.tft; ., i-i-'." in'Irelfind''continuestp .t tained Had anf. most, ,distinguished
"S One, u. for Six. Months. t I *1P,00' '.ihcrtajeimncf'1tis ofthe Union ;, 'of :sates-
bfidemly ber' r; after\' ,te
,' W.prak J ; country.
N-wrnDewn ai C ditnrl" 11. ,. i [PUBtIc.No1,1.] 'ivi&fayb! for7refTection The House of
5JOO' ed'thntThe7ecehte' :t"llere;I iii .fthre thought(
s nD rorUtertorAdrainUtntfon. '\ of t. 'we. "s-i fooo Reprcseiujtiv' !s.disagreed .
admission. theStote to dii ,
ed,c"Jlub An,Act for .he, .. proper vow their thisIImong .
; knowledge
will be U other
33T.All nlicipu,notice .* intheOtintryJ or ar endtnent
s sarictibh '
t of Iowa.into iheiUnion: ; .t. \ of the 1ibdIoii'matter contain ) -The Military
M acvlt,1. n a.aHe conriuaicl onsl"iII' ,of : ,of >ereWeatner''has.p'res-' ej kth0 Commituipf this body
aA11.f personal Whereas the people tbie.Territory article:,hewould) .ask 'toha j ommebded S. .
sed '
, be rh&Fgf1 u>iTer4ftMB iH" ,.1 heavily ipdhvrthb' poor m.yiirious'parts ; read e an adher_ qce to nil the
| erith ..of Jfe $ '
AH bill for J& rrntingrnatbe pawl on the Iowa tH'd. On tb' ig1 ,.day \ ; ( lr, Y;) ivodld have .been 'i amendnts;
of rellevedffrpm -
37: : .: England, ;ami the local ( and so ,aCcordi gI1 the Senate
ol the twnrk.jAUrnamnnkalrfl: Domini eighteen' dre4 .paper ; the performance deter-
.1 in-t'J May, anno (of the* duiyrwl .
contnin mined.
$ tnu4.bvaddreaed to : lan; unusual nnrrlberorfc' s s of -, A. ,committee of ,
of de
sir convention ![ ii"flov'forced ,
-and a conference"
1 forty by -
'LLirrH lAILD. postaFp' : suflering-ahd i ; d e iiih upon him. It met n4 tlie
; induced by'wanr would I :have' Senate.,
--- ,cgatps called ,and;nsscnibled for,that,;l sufficient food given him more'pleasure to of .ii concurred in.ouf .

, I NOTICE.: purpose, form, fort, themselves. a constitution -', rideldthl: g. withdraw the resoIutFons than to recommendations. f', ,but insisted
I h.fedt-.d..r..in-t ii.1.Et) and State The C .urit8'iOnUj'e highlands)and. th m. Insteid press upon one, nt its .nniend.medtsvith
government hOwever of
. ALL, of r..IH D.lv.J. 1.1") of C..I."iR islands'of vScotland :are:still deplorable nation i any expla view 10 a further a.
' .. t .hnm wiihfn which constitution' 1 is ''republican ia very; or retraction; of,the-offensive .Hou conference with the *
r pub.
C.1 ix nunI.d.cf.wE1'...Moth t' thtf icvlMef&M1 p'i, r .hey tU It, jJ.r.. its character and features-arid 'saicj 'Food'.J. > \\t\ lication",, :he editors. of the Union had, lhiSiJlng-oC-the![ or '?ePr
,convention has asked fnd mission ot rbf-evifiry'Icihd i.s'scarce aftd dear thought To ) bj, hile process (
r d f "proper chaljferige.,the enafc 1 Q
forrtrrr.THOMAS n. .FITZHATRICK.A fin gngland,Ireland and France1 hot. :to'this ctcir y occur r nk u m. J 7V
the said into tire -Union- ; proceeding and '3 progrV I
Territory ; asa had reiterated for .
Y847. 6mNOTICE. State, on.an .equal.f. i"g with the, I -- quantities .and justified .the '6ffene.pt *.n. tI1.. .. .' "tl1 ,- of conflicting opinions .
Fii. t9ih. ,' -- -"-- 'HllWIU, the two Houses
the1 to
I shipped frpni
obedienceto U; States'. er alternative a point of
.Stipes in "An remained
original to him
I but to
; merit, that this
act forth :!nd mission of' thcf" States Thec6rnvand 'provision ,markets. in proceed. with' the'resolutions. flagrant assault upon
Jk'r."n. hnvinc lBJitnd_ ..nln'rili" "* r Irelandand. : '' the body was committed.
ALL ,, ,. hiC of Iowain4 Florida ,into the Uiiion' .L; Ehglalid are exceedinglyanimated ; The' The point in
.f J ulan c.ci4.. |1111'. f C luw> nd' : first resolution charged the ut- controversy between
will ib) \111m. within) arch hun. prices are still "kept up terance the two Houses
., ntT. dTwH, prrwni approved thirdeighteen ,of a public libel the character involved
.Jt'C i IT)1flIk4; la the 'uWrlltrr, nr 1h-y will IKI 'Ur- dred and forty five, and 'An'act, tQ. at the extreme'rate quoted. by pieviousarrivals. 'ofthe S "ate. In upon order that the- mitting of a constitutional fair question, ad- ; P

difference .
; a of
It'd orerer.TUOMAS B. FITZPATRICIC.ltii'i define the Boundaries of the State of Tho .JjenaU might judge for :i itself whether ment. 'Upon a second judge-

\- ii"tll&ffJr; :, nffi iQ.A11irt Iowa and i repeal so much" of the:i .European Times' e ysl however, th.b1ic'ati'.n referred to deserved to two Houses conference the .
"that the'whole of were
the available British brought
.b 9ih. 1847. irn act of the toirdtrf;March, 'onethou.sand be so characterized he would to agree-
ask the ment
will be by a satisfactory
-p. lie 8nlp .r T.tra f*,l.in,Tnuipn.Bf eighl. undr.ed andfortyIive, as from navy occupied the bring "ghrooa becreiary :toread, the article. which he the provision and the bill modification of

_n O'.l.f.f. ih r B'wnl of County C mnii"f *. reatestohe! boundaiiejof .Iowa,", every'quarter of -world where sent tp tjie Chair. It will was passed.
WW)1 H.Uah..r..uh l C"'Ih'Y. ii p nlnii; of which sai( astuc't9a5 Au- it can be had; to arrest'the 'starvation of: The be very evident to all the
approve4 .
1th-t.tnU in Tampa, will S.. .flT-r'.l sit. Iiih1iSnb l ourt :D min which Ireland is the scene. The,pr6inp- article' Secretary then read the following world, that upon,this statement of the '
gust anno eighteen :
Mil, kal iavof the Spring TVi in of.Hi*Circuit titude with which the is facts, to the correctness ofvhiVh thft.
hundred' Therefore- government --- -- "1.-* IWwhole
knit tli IC)1Jl .d forty'six': -
Jliil.1.f'wt"rh' For
( Mniy. ; [ the V.
.c.rt n. determined I imA Senate will witness
a to act in this matter is already the publication '
.f., in April iM'.nt.At. .. Be it 'enat d by the Senate and MltOTHBRMHtCAIi VICTuRJ.-Th. which
SIMON FURMAN.p' making' itself) felt the food' wornnw has been read is in all .
:&. House of Repesentntives of the, United on 1 -ndip bf'IWt"fln the two grear North Americanrciublift respects -

I. 8..J'.1 C niniy Co'.i mi.4.'wr. states of A erica in Congress asscrnbled markets.. The price of grain has .already j*' rujjin over a wwl l..I Iy fxiemlpd th.oire. not only a "libel" upon this body,
JItR. 29. 1847* 81 nut i.*.wegwl J with butone of a most and ,
1"1'" R fari of
experienced ffrrai gross inexcusable
a sJight"check rind it is iy wennons
.. J .,, .1 That te State of'.1.ot'a shaH be ; Had
jjy vwih rn !<' : ropy. .I miluary torev A great number of I leading character.Are .
oie hilr J is declared to 'be by many practical men that champions
hereby one are figuring in .he
arena, and the #.uCaCP'i the editors
"HOLMES & CO. of the Un y j States of America and all provision markets; from this time H fluctuating. it of the paper in which

itrIsus.: HOLMES & CU.. hl'.- n.11I..1 admitted Wo the Union on an !equal forward, will assume downward ten "The war MJJP* along the'lino nfnp.rntions of appeared justly amenable to censure, ?
M.'cdsnJiz. : lln 'larJriiMinr '.. In ourarnij, ami on tb! eastern and on account of the .utterance of
1 I iln-ir t'rlt "f t t' footing witlj nal States' in all dency. fact, it is known that several western cs'utIlIt' that Ii-
iWtwrly! fl.rupi.-.II'y"h. Untttfltli StalfOJ&. the'orig experienced merchants have M xicii, whe e our We luldier and ,uflnrsrarry" bell :

,, Th," illl.d.l. respectsvhktsoe vcr.JEC. agreed u on. and! where, sword, small In
ki.ii ad,11.' ( 'rrn'fll niI.lin arm*, artil the first place I
,.; to furnish in' month\ or'two from the lery; fall, .hell, and regard the con-
I" .*lr .d..ik. t..t us.' lit nrrivtiUHP (iunrC'1I' 2. And be it further enacted, rocketi are the weapon ductors of
'..k. i..11 .. art'nnt .., flry ( ..twli. (k.o. That! all provisions o1( "Anacl present time, large quantities of corn ,and 't res. On this; part of the field operation* a public press absolutely and

4Prill'. Itar'".r.. .I'r"'i.i. ,&". &t'.., "hics) to die act for the admission, supplemental at 16 and 18 shillings per !quarter under we have defeated jho rnem> in every conflict directly responsible for all the contents :
re WB measured of their
I" .1 If F"I I'S .1 arm tiiI.| them.
th'T "I.r..1 prKe. the paper They bound
of the States Iowa and Florida current* rates. The farmers "The floor are to
of into fir Con
Coni reM H another feclion of
TIIo"f 1Ir- 1.'r.1 I fl. l.iIrrI14" :t i \ :; scrutinize all matter "
IZ4.s.; 1",1 ntb"r .,...tn,. ..f .h... c.intry. atn 'IH ;i :the Union,} approved Marph .third, nr-e already taking the 'alarm, and so : the fi. ld '.f conflict. There the raue Mexico and to which they ffivc .
..i.'... \lar1 n.... MIS.Iiliir ":-".'<...1. Rh'.p; .... i! eighteen hundred] and forty five be I far'from keeping mack? are now engaged -I maintained uiih real and ahility; then- \tf : the. are justly amenable to
1. s.'II ,j Snlt..n..1. l J I I :'npplien fit' men and public judgement for all which
their btwi'hhPlrt.h..rphp
*tflWfttI In Mti< !, in. forcing produce on the''mnrkets. money are nttempied to appears 1'
,. ;rn4'the. declared,
> same are hereby, to
(1 1rko"I..n.. .ar .." V..rk. t ." iymj.atlk., of federalism are under the sanction which admission
Tho"1'11.$ II na" .riid,".ih'rn""t 1r's ) continue an4 remain in full force as applicable tnvuk..cl! f,, their behalf; there the' war i i' branded to their columns j

Fils:.14-.m .vhIi ',1..1.1 rrcihilly 4.11 | to tjie State of Iowa, as hereby Tne t'otion market was rather dull with every abu.ive; Prte;. and the President of But, the implies. P L

,b.In."li.." 'SC I.'e.! ". '..' f admitted anB received into thejjniou.2pI1rvc4DecvrEper before' 'the Cambria arrived, but afterwards nUt country who hu. *n ,itcces fnl/y vindicated its in this responsibility of the editors t
N, C. If : honor hy Mil Pen and before whose'vigorous case is fixed moro directly
J.\.iU. \ it arm
SS 1846.f becameactive: closing i .however f.
4 the
I invading enemy'lia fled into hU'MronghoId, U the circumstances which I shall
DR. \. I BI..:!. w'"ii1; | I I at :i 'd clin'e. of ne. ixi enth tooneeighth denountvd H*a. blo dy tyrant and murderer. The to notice., proceed

[2 ttTfcr5S" eil"* n';f t'" ilmt Iw14aJ3 hit. :POBWC-No. 2-.i : : ". per lb. since 5th January. I' hill"of State legislation aUo, 'o far a. Maswclnieti The I
< in which
in ; paper the
't l/.rn-wlf In1- nnd North Candina offensive
THe Bank of nre concerned, thihiiJlimflnrcenP4
A.nct England has raised its
to in thercguIuRsrmy.
encoucagc enlistments
"IfI.i- tJee! ,.,Ir.rir.so O""ti.t-.y: nn hat tri contained
,. h..cI.ialw ;"..11I"11. hI" ai"I,..14 I. : *. .rate of discount_ to 3 1-2 per c.ent.-, umphed. IV*confo "i'graCflfi,1 cause fact. an.editorial,article the, t

(1'11"%"ill.I .J-lII"\ wi.,'"' r.ci..o("'. ....I'i"".: Be it enacted hjr the Senate and Bullion is' jrapidly ; going out ,of the "In th. Senatn of thu United States on upon same subject
ytstertiny andjncorrectly "
..t"itin!...1,.,t."r 1,1:1".h... i..inih, i. countrv r 1 the oMPXiCIIHINChiPY,4 alledgin the ie-
Rouse: of Representat'ves of the United .: -nd1a1Inontary J panic was .an- nnoih'rvictory. The jection of the bill. This
.J. r..mm'.I.ili lie. lull fiir editorial
.Ioi. 4 I. Inladnll111f"
'U' .unul :e' ticate orxiinizing re itnent4 of opens
Suites America in f ,, : regular troop* I
.fM '..rln".1 r..i.I..ne.. pi Congress assein- I h _vmK been submitted with ir.amenImentlf' by a reference to die communica-
n ..,,,i"II" irt O..111i4try '.si.rm.t' itsiIartiId.J. 1 bled! That during the continuance. of Tl old 1. ,and silvdbullion i in. the I committee of conference of the two Homes, thai) a lion headed "Another Mexican Victory I ,

the with Mexico the of Bank ofEngland < n !the.81n ult. was [ committee ,
\ war term enlistment unanimously! a-recd on a report whirh ; and thus makes it
T..}"4.I frn.q a ci,:! "uP'ln n. p."iru ...t.it" of ihe men to be recruited, for ,13,552,100.. !.wa, submitted M them fur iheir approval. The and to intents
a of
7. 'ft tf H'MiM*of R-prtentativcs purposes part that editorial.
The B.ink of France has raised its at oncw adopted thre-
the ; of infantry
regime/us artillery, The attent ion of
p"il liy a reader beinothus
very largomajority. In th-Senate it
ilann1"at XC-l'O a.IU. and riflemen of,ifae.present inili- rate of discount J tp 5. per cent, and has ,.w: *. in its nv> !,important feature, called to the communication .', ,
., rejected by a by and in
J.II''I'; :.i..L rim.I, :, J.iie bo rrnved ,
'dS' t.irv establishment, shall "during the _ptoi060olfAancs; ; s from the majority nfsi ix. U'hen th r"tV1t' n.certai... connexion with the editorial ,
i.1..ii :: .r .fiV' ia. the
rfr.4.q1.s "f'rc .: : communication
.t|, -
Bank e
England. A n .li..ttn.i..o.1n' | .
waror'five at the \d1 the very serious mon- "nr from Georsfa exhihite.1
iI yeais
tn.b. i' h";z"! ; hnt I.li.ri. ,1iIiHv opvon will necessarily stand connected
e'ary crisis.lias commencecl at the Paris the inot marked toknni of exultation. It I, .
I..k trk.ocl. :fl..Iii4IatIa.id. ISAAC; recruit, unless sooner discharged.' lh. same g.'ualnrtho with the editorial in the reader'lIImind ,
i14 I 01$I .|iirt ami "punt nt hiP lim** ,"(' 1.14 "rt.*'. SEC. mbe\ it further euac4ed Bourse.. uige a withdrawal of. our !
; 2. ;\ ,,aim\. from this Mexican territory."ff in giving color and character to j
.rcty"lhtJt l l. |i .nW.it. P. Crni*. f iji
I I". Hill.
1P1'.edtP.I I.'..,. (.w"r.I' p;...". 1'1". I),. every able-boclfed) man who shall be duly on,the 13th ult., !Her_ ,news had cn g-nenrl l.. could snatch from our soldiers irorfPiponhIiI.g to the communication shows that .

'W:(, ami I. .- Mm awayJbir* .enlisted to srve in the artillery ortnfanXry had no ellect on tbe corn markets, but .I"", samo elevation victory, we1 whre should mhair place compatriurs.them upon the editors had read it. And thus the ,;

1J11I''rnl.h!'. PARICF.R.SHrifl" ..,'. for tho term of,five years, :or; during the cotton marketnmncdiatcIy.becarrie frieints., and fellow soldiers in the Seoato of the inference is unavoidable, that it was .

', 11v. '.,.'.oy.r' i11' .nur.I' ,f' the, war, a bounty .of twelve I 'do-! firmer.>. ., United States novr'stand."As -published with; a full. knawWrr---- ...-- w v..>r :** s

i. Jar.>; but the payment of six. dollars jof I Ii 1., i J In, consequence,flf 5 the high ,price of .bl"'clCcR.i.tn tht> frieuds ol the United States have, on contents, and passed to the attention ifc-
For Sale I *u'tamod udefear, and thd Prei.t i. ti
,> i th said shall be deferred untilthd malt the/London brewers have raised and credence of the. '
? bounty
A VAMJ/\ut i-. fifit'itUn
!!f 2 1Ir.. i. ijth1y; ; Kiiuaird. on Fl"ming** recruit sIalihave joined r duty. ,t toep/iceof malt liquors, and gin, rum, should enmity.advje him to throw him,eif into ors. f -

r.;iikt 01 tlif St. Joim rivf-r. ..flt" (I.* rription the-rpgiment in which he Is to serve/' and J. whiskey i .have, ..also} _advanced con- ,tlat' .hands ,of ih, .people invoke their love ofcountry There are other circumstances which !

:!\".. .1( the and aim I f i call out.' the remainder of th' volunteers .4 I
']iiJiliiy *< ilt f' !'r lrr'n* ". Approved!January 12, 181-7. siderably. :.Bread ;haa also. advanced. seem to evidence a wanton

.01' 0,. A. S. lUI-ltviti J"ck %.ill'.l..r.( 1 1 dimes, being charged for the 41b. and tn-vitaMe. success witl'aiiend him. malign and the purpose" to
injure "Senate.
Il t atV; *ri'* ,Lnkc;.Miiriim rniintv.S. : i "A- for tin* puliiic! will in ''thi* c.Miniry, ft points. The

,f'IitU. ,Jo\, 1IL1.LIAY. [PjJULIC .N .o3.] I I'Joaf..t 1 r ,? .,O3Wqrt.. til" ktti if necoi.ar.Hm-le indemnijrinthecr : editors -kllv.the bill was not defeated, 4

-Oca..twof.t. 846 tf.Administrator's" -' An .Act declaring 'the ,assent of Congress :.x An ,office Iisbeen.cpened London '| om>'. ,territory,. and ,tin.iuou', nautbypamby for the same paper which contained theo i
.' '' Stales to and talk. aUut., d.t'.ir' for peace'! \Ve. wunii.'jirnIiirnf.r (fensive articles
Notice. to certain ,to impose a grant e.l.tets. ,JVIarque Reprisal contained also thepro- '

P"J\TOTiCr. .. tax upon all lands hereafter sold by ; according to .decrees, of the ;Mexican .w.. ;"ill hlIvi'tIwm.Ih"l'ltA t, n1i..rit1 VID1CAfQIL"ThiIaIgmthge'Mr. for the future ceedings of the Senate appointing a second :r
U crvdite'rs
.J.f"'relthtl f'nlitl.J lKr.'bygi'fl i.di"Irih.ni..n l in ibpimi F.'lra..r.I I .tbe t United States therein, from arid. Governmqut'against, the U. States. committee conference, and show '
AI'f..k.ll"CI.. ,t.* nil I" 'n. "hi.D7 after_ the day, ofsuch, sale.He ., ly.hree'priyateers' : have, ,it ,is said, :Already "' proceeded,) ing that the bill was in progress to passage -

Iflfy (11ifl4! It'mraf..1.1 wl.I"'' "..giis'sJwlItiIfv.iIlt. it ,enacted by the Senate and been .despatch The;; rates of was used' in reference to the American .. In the next paper.the passage of

fIf't",,. '.tIn'"nl..* ,h. ..m. .. House of Representatives of the United .i insurance, on ,American -vessels have in Senate., A more'grossly offensive and the bill was announced; and yet in tho
.ttbJhlfll,1t1'.t ;1 within 1hpN.j.wI| .f t", outrageous .assault arid libel the '
Stitcs1 of Am in i been'increased. upon same the editors
Congress nssc.m- consequence paper not only makeno
'Va..rnq..2|ltd. this had
eLsrrt4. tn4. ,thnt I ..iII.1I "l/ !. I h.' Jihl/e! ut l ltf bled l Tnat the Assent, of Congress i s 'i body' hardly ever 'retraction, but press ,the issue. .

Protf. 'HitUlN.miili &uinty '.n IM UwirllinaM.r. hereby given,to the several States.adjnitted TWCUI7aflIUUiVong&'css-"Second fallen under bis'e e: A transaction of .I Yes; and the evidences of deliberation

s..WIJi. .1847. 'f.r '. final di rbarpHA4mmi ; ; i into the,, Union prior to, h'eu1y.rQurth Session. the body is announced as "a MEXICAN did jot stop here, The attention of
.11I. a.14 : FRIDAY Feb. 12 ',s'ioayand :the the Sen I I
) 'inui. n.W(4AU 1847 ; 'majority the public had been called
day of April, in ,tliey arof' ,, ,' ., to the subject
| ". "
WEEKS. A.lrn'r. : ., :
'IN"SENA'I'E': ." ." ate is classed l with the enemies of I '
open of
Tarn..... ISM G471 our Lord one thousand, eight hundred F an alleged :rejection of the bill two
T.1oLt7T1o: (Df ;)1RULEE. their country,;'arid, 'described ps' compatriots clays before in'the
and twenty, to impose tar or taxes ; ( _Saturday's paper,)
AfI..lstrator' IVoliec. d the friends fellow -
consideration and soldiers
.The Seateyocd to ;' in strain denunciation
: ,all lands'hereafter sold the-Uni a anJ ,the
cmlu.wj '
Tin 4'4rIts.sl"eflhI! g1.r.| inter' upon '
of' the '
of We following resolutions of the of
i. 77; 'ill ,UKJ K:
"V.e Ns..q .. ;; 'Fiorvr(*.''.- ..j : ar&Vrl7 ,the, day ,oC such.,,salf" : Provided. TsulftniUed:by">|r.;,Yjuletf: :,the JepublfTbis! I language, applied that paper, but promised in the next. .

rittod "rid .w'itni..I.' _i. I., and epfr'iir That rfie. assent hereby given shall in .Ke_solved< That. ,he,,editors ,of the to the: representatives.of the sovereign Thus the public _mind was prejudiced in

arnkIJ.rfiIM9b.. I1.'rNb1e1b.: )"11. iii. .iJ i.: 'nowise' impair 'thai provision of! thompctith'tb&b.aid Union, a, newspaper published in the it tesbf.this: :,Union-Slates fry whose advance and prepared (or the assault. In

:'J I cixiniy. .t CIirt 'i1't""U''.1" city of WasEihfeibn; havine'in'a'jtobli.catioa avi i1l: the' exist ing war' v.ns entered upon, the paperOfMonday jhe assault is
att..c..rt Hf" .., in:4a111: States-which"declares I made, .
nNJIpx 1! "
---' M-1 ia April, 1847, ...-.h"w' :
1 I--.hj 1ih..i.M not b0 Jili rjjf.l lI ted tKe 9thof; February,1 iisuedojujdj : i and in whose behalf :it is' Proceedings which give the peechicj
'ml. of the United States residing'.with j
&fiivih.i'&tIniiiiatin f he Ki tat ''..r buttered sed'i in a io the '
apubIicjbeL upQnahecharacie waged r print''n'odchedl .of side
.J ? argument one only and
the wd States shall'never e. taxed ; entirely
'TiWaIRMCCUIky; rur. of aD.,(" out t LOf this fyfy they be ex;uded countryj 'by,tho ,endorsement which an, and totally
; wta ibeit alNl'lfaqrpipb,. m aile by mofI.I IE. ftieber than J)ands. belonging.4p persons ,! I .n suppress argument of '
the of a4int4sion the election of its'editors- unde'rtbisl
from privilege to a trust those whose
U A'LBKttfl.: Ailrn'ori. tbe .-, : votes are denounced. ,Hey
residing no .
':'..I.tnelt: ilt Uti I84H.afierdat ." 6 1Rlalitr \ T. *j ; .ji7Speakerof j. fl6br of the' SefaaVel ; bo'dy has given'itt and by'thd)vholopatrondgd .\ s prepared to absolve the reporters H
.. '. Notice.' ..'-,L "JdHVOAYIS.: .: ,:1'v'Belt (forth'e:R s lv.edi;l Tba 1\1i' 'reportiof -. ',of the Government in allitsbraricLibi'andtlte from blame for this. The letter which

S ftLyg : ,:l '.>iall i.intm.. 1 tbe Houseofjlepjesenta' :the? proceedings of:the Senate, : editors,of which are was laid before the ,Senate yesterday, '

lciItgud 'w.aeI..vi, ;. ...(0l6 .I..1: <4 > : thorSth February 'Jnrelqtionl infhJ iily use of extendedby 'the .
"'.I: : M &Mte&t of ,day ,. a courtesy by principal reporter, was fully:sat

Z"1.. !af 4hN I. &It jsJW.he 1mQA.;Jldeifj'fIIbI4.Ialp'!. ,1Cf'llJm%! :ij." 'jq!esidentoC( :the-Senate.c' f.t ho billentitIed i J:"Aqact' \oraiscfor'' this 1 'tfb.oa. going' forth'jn the I isfact ry. ,But. thIs did not,lessen the
"t,; r." ,6n,1 f"ilfoinenft"> .u lal' f : : '1' j" tE.s.1.4 I :: a Jxmite time, an, addtiqna1. nhary'Yoife recognised :organ'of the Government, i fault _of the.editors ; fCr.i.t.was their .duty
: .P '
: ; .. ;
: ffof dthrg\ifs i?; l ilb. l and ,
.j _u.it '.. il.n I1(qrYl'lIPfl:r -- ,and ijihi ttf deadethISdr at home, to asimptrtmaljournalisz' to see that

suiIl.4.0th ftilmtaUtratMr. r..lnch aU ,, '-' i 'S ( { ti d ihitlherem1&"p 'defamti'iur/cburi.try abroad. It i is evid be
!. 1'R r-D'! ), A'1t" -, .. C'g'Tf"N-Dt1', A ju O'.t r.f .proceedings, they had prom I
Inil fo ''tM'lak.r .' .rnlll ,exclu e4 ilor that such' g 'ed1s.iczi1cuJn ised
': .1 llot. 8c j.OJr.toe r pdref.I.forth pnp r. nt a publication, unr their readers,.and upon which they

.ilti.l ''II'Il.JiR.tuln". 'A4Mnl,1tnt; Ts.; IN., ;" .( ';UJ41' t Ko I Iysj1), 1'.4 'J era.r. 1 .0.WI tU.ylO itbp: MP8iCW8f ; : l d, to iarnisVtlieJ' reputation were .commenting. so seereyvere)

1" )Adh11&Igr'1.-- NJUce.; :: ;mostpafu \;J.i.r 4. pPj3.:, in tbe Senate!' Ei 1 of this ,bidy',"to',degrade its infl jencerftb fully 'reported in their columns. Nor
< ; ; .
g ttMONYIIS Nft44ii': tji1Eiiskkijj11tN ;L .crln JJu.JFW v.tS 'rLl:h., liJMi. .l. lee rosejand ,said! he wpuldea'dSfbVWttcgtfgt 'diminiah Vhe public confidence.in .its did i the evidences. a ,disposition: do
-_tel fl. IJ"'pWi '.b'. J:; d.1j.lrj. 'uh'"A was 4.IJ.tTI'a, '/ .Q.) '' J'a I as-liitlecbf j iHctifeeof l tibii:4d: entourage the ,publicenemy: injustice, 10:the Senate. ,stop here.: The i

: _. rCl.rr .ji.1 ).1t1imevan i; ',t It 1 ;'. "# ".1" -tt v9..& JtbT6,' enAt_ C'ai,&MtiJwhIli,heX- nhd to.leipafr:the'u3efJlueOtbO) bocfy impression Iis.:i sought to be,,created by I; ftI
nOUI1 ,u, lscxib(, 1h)!e ,. '
... ":,. canlInL rlflCbr I .tU.lat."1 : Sa. ,; 'Ji were.u pI'. .' ,uli r. Jtrr ,, 'In aVJII.1: &io ,cause)wbiHr i bad.inducedk& : in':its effort i-ror the'common weal. the editorial,:that,advantage was. taN
Wiflharn r-
or C.o reat' ns'were ma C Jt1. p
L--.j.1e4 emt4i ;U'rcM 1in TI tcbr1 o V:' .14 0.tQrajse:'ex.ertl 4a J .9\'JP,un' 'd T." h9tr -.I.I',; &t.tJ1 nITer'!.. &tw. iW.p>miotm :>; If tBee3ad>feen any, slaVe' ef! J.svhich of.a thin house th.elact J.WM tEat

:-,u.n. IIr's.r.i1jmgiii ')fI :; .1 I J rend.* % i 1" e.81 e ,ueeahc4' 'BuDsCtlJIed' M& of p'1 ftW&WMf ; :;gave''cofor't to thjs' awault', or, 'if oppn citherone,; groftneg. ofsJaichtLI .the.iojeea- _

!'f'I'I 'MJLLI"M INQAJJ.4U.'r.d -j.f.iAbu"'th; ]IJJi N U. 1 ,r.e.. dJ the':! dis rs ,had;i&n' Ignor n't o.rthe a vote was Ukeiv upsa the .
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Tways4rIp1OfiS. best;judgment- j" In .S trice h' II PQ 'from the Jeorkispaper 'rtonesacb .c .. "
) bj '
I ,iio .4llJAe:5': rth d ecofiled 1 ., 1ii tio1f1ti a.1)). e c rW
; "pr, .theirrotes except four,' ,and t-4C indignant -conversation, betweenihern : applyingthose: principles to the.measures bas .daily\'teemed with ..attack ;cltterHIII Iie..Ii

these; I believe: : out of the. 'city.t -' before -reaching, the Capitol-': ,.,At. .his .aai policy if- th.e countrY'radmi open, >tt& Senators' of South Carolina :fore;tt,beavh' _.
a In fact,'a decided .majority she whole seat:here, one:pr two'Senators,had- onTerse'd l thus ;sometimes( ,difler'from:i i81 and;Florida* rewcte F 'with Billingsgate,. 'n4 I'II.t4'9r} 1I Iri1i:
.Senate bad voted against the constituoBtlityof with him upon the S ubjejs; and jwmfctl frieidsjfeough not fM>r lte- P**! fWMfe- i ** ., nell elt.leDa etlUll'ttt ; ... .'
and of the Eatanswill
? proviiionloh the first occasion. he had been asked (not by,the Senator quendy than the Senator himself; but reminding one strongly tiea 'of tkAtp rfect

I < from South Carolina) ,if he designed ,he challenged any evidence of his being :Gazette. Mr. RITCHIE will leflgs to-&heas, ......,tt .
1 relation to it. He wanting in. a: and cordial sympathy from the 0ii rod' wonid $ tt.
Now, then, (Mr. Y. proceeded,) hav any movement in ', hearty never obtain sympathy peopleof !.rtIt'r "
ing shown that the editors of the Union bad replied, that he thought it deserved with liis political associates. So .. ,Florida, and. his, attacks upon theepata ,the UalOD Itself. .. ...
'are fairly responsible f fur the offensive lobe noticed, but, he, preferred some far from it, 'h e had :sacrificed much of United shoal be. Re. ledThat,. 'M.. c ''
the Stale ; "
,.1 .:publication conclusrb strengthened other-Senator should do.it: Helitd afc his personal partialities 'and;predilections ,. of ; pticipl&in i 'our' pOlititti 1 ,_ *l

p4 1 iy the fact, that after tVp' days, those I terwards determined .to dolt,: iiimself.wrote : of,sentiment in,:the.earnest endea .visited everywhere with,the opprobrium. people"iotbrming, .atCtaICMIt{ _,.

r jY 1 ,editors had failed to ofie any explanation : the resolution, and .after it was I Tor,since heli4beenhere; -,,to, preserve ,they rfi. -, rt ; | the unconditional right-t'f--""

::1 to the'reverse-the ,Question, was, writte ,exhibitea, 'it -to two'or three' Senators harmony. M M MnMM MP HVnB. -BVMtalBW. 'd' ft..FLORIDA opt' the 'goverhraefit' rtifi ,.
should the Senate tl c Resolution 1 of those who were includcdin'tbessaUlt. He regretted that he .hadbcen;'under. f. OJlFEaB. .-'By the. Floridian -' .think beat: !calculated ttodition 'le'.l
:i} :The resolution. conceived _the necesity of taking ..so much of r that' h iberty, i
11 What did it propose! Simply thai: the was up I of 20th tilL, we learn the Annual prospent1. ttapP Wt
Senate withdraw its durtcsy' from and introduced for; the purpos' :*>f rebuking ,the time of the Senate,upon matters so I Conferenceof, Methodist Episcopal '! :,tlia tin' conformity he.e .. t

r these.gentlemen, who m ke' so ill, a return an insult,, ,and vindicating the, little, interesting to ''it.,: .He would,not' : isi-mposedby tie fedf' .
: for it. Nothincr'mo e. The res- body from aspersion. There ::was no trespass. much further. :He understoodthe Church, South, met. in Quincy on j tatidar6n 'o'Stite"\iri Fifer'tii t.- _.

: tJf % ... proposed no arraignment i 'of the treason in its'inception ; it.had no reference Senator- from- Tennessee- ,to' have- Wednesday the 10th February' Bishop i ted into this.Union eruPt: t

"F ::1# person, no fine, no .interference with to the Administration. to Pre yielded] tbequ ip, nt..the,annexation' CAPERS;- ,' presiding,. and 'adjourned on stitution shall be .strictly1 j riii
J tt t4q l the full freedom of the Union newspaper sident-making, ,to, balance,of power, or of Texas was, |be true:cause of the.war;, the ,16th. "l < and that thV iJmpo8hici ., ; -

: ::3b as a press, or of the Unicn editors, any other 'party or political i interest,; but und .thus to confirm, position of the On the 13th February the annual by Congress :would not oCJte"ia\ .
J :::. as citizens. It will be.vain to charge was simply meant to rebuke;a Jibe'-] Senator, from Ohio, [&lr. Co twin.In .]- fntJOR.O(',tliek QP tlbiIQD l" .
1 4:4t: the action proposed in the resolution The Senator from Terinessee'hard.done' 'making'that. admission, ,the Senator meeting the\ Conference Missionary' conflict with:th prin_jple ri.1 hi A

' ,,1mi; as an attack upon the freedom of the: great injustice to the,Senator from S had, given a deeper stab to his party Society, was convened in the MethodistChurch. political*yaiem'rests..... "
fi ( press. It was no such thig, The Carolina, and to all those who had the than any vote in that,bodyhad one.:- : The amount' collectedon this, In his .remark.* theia:: ..;::1-

] l S \' 'press would be as free the day after its honor to class themselves among the For one, he denied that position. Iii occasion was $338. Total amount of these resolutions upon
friends that was the injustice, the perfidy, the infa- Mr.'C-i
of statesman
before. The distinguished ,
: t' \\ as the day paper bn.
.. passage tuation of the Mexican which raised during the past year.for:Missions the ,attention the
, -4. could: go on to discuss men nnd measures in attributing to them any concerted .nation South \iac
,4r :p i..I as freely as it pleased ;'it might action upon that floordrelsewhere, upon ,had caused the \?ar.. And.,.equally erroneous jn Florida, $1172,24.The ) I tiatwe' nre' in'a' minority t}) ,! :

c. ., 0 go on to tear to tatters in its rage the4'j public measures, with a vieto the i.th. charge,,the .Senator following are appointments of Represent ..Yes, j Jhe'eleder Otst
public character of the most distinguished Presidency As 'much as he respected, from South Carolina had-.been the contriver JOt: East and_South Fhrida.XewnansvilleDistricJ. lege, and in; l al
: "*.& ed and Patriotic statesmen of the counkf the distinguished Senator'from South of- the n as'ure- of annexation.It .- 'every ranch oC'aeen.

, ; try ; but only let the world know, that, Carolina, 'as high as was his administration was most true, ,and happy for the .L.. PerryP.E. 'ment, except the'Senate, whtte 'n

1 l in the opinion of the Senate, the Union for him, he had never venturedhis : country that .it was so,, that the Senator Ncwnansville-Thonas \V. Cooper., at pfesent! .on in:equality* In Ihe.' .

';1 ti :; newspaper is not.ncctiratc in its account own sense of delicacy, and, a just from South Carolina had borne a Columbus-Robeit U. Howren. there are 223 representatives.

;.{, r I:# ; -of the transactions and motives of this appreciation of that Senator's .elevated. i large part in that transaction.; His KeyV -S. P. "R\chard\ on. 138 are from rifle.

;, a'"t- body, and therefore not ,to be relied upi character, forbade it-he had never great mind had been brought to bear Missions-Saute ''Fe, J.hn J. Taylor. from what *' non called slaveholaW.. aM9 9G
." ; .on. That's all. This end will have ventured to speak with him upon the upon the negotiation at a fortunate moment are The'-tlaieSUta
.' i : been accomplished sufficiently by the i subject of his claims to elevation. and through his instrumentality Marion John. Penny In the electoral -collige168 volet: ito

" i'.. very discussion of this resolution ; and Mr. Yulee continued. Nor had any it ,received the direction that gave it Benton-George W.jPratt.( the non-slaveholding! ] States a.nlifiI :

f 5B:;j: therefore he was quite indifferent what part of his action upon public measures success. Hillsborough-Franklin Stewart. I to the slnveholding.) This al
: it took. had the such : The annexation of Texas ,was an l t 1" It
'( -course eventually slightest regard to any ou- Orange-To.be supplied.. fact the
"l: It;'t Mr. Y. said, he was far from being siderntion. He must be allowed to say, event connected with the natural growth St. tCgelherwlth policy _h
:: t willing to trammel or curb the freedom that the Senator from Tennessee.didhimseJfinjustice : of the country. It was not produced Mary's D District Jam es Harril,P.E. now being pursued :against \ heS: etI,

.t !}f of the press. The liberty of the press when, casting about for by any sectional plotting, or political Jacksonville-Alexander (.'raham. demand our .most serious :nitatvi

rJ: was a sacred principle. But its licentiousness reasons to combat this resolution, he had agency. The fruit was ripe, and it Nassau-George C. Clarke. Already have the liegisIatures'ofieT.

i.' t is a public scandal ; and although allowed himself to sink to the reach of !. fell it was to the expansive tendency St. Augustine-Davi L. White, jr. en of lie
:1 I'", the public sentiment is a very one so unu'oithy. of the republic, and the ,spirit of colonization r non-slavehojding, state* paed >

*tn J good corrective of its abuses, yet, 'within It was true-he did not hesitate avow that the question owned its FLORIDA SUPBEJIE Coiax-Deciio/ir. ..: resolutions giving. ,to theinaelrai

S the pale of acknowledged rights, it-and, under the circumstances, he birth. A northern colony, under the' Tuesday, Feb. 9th !1847. A. monopoly of the public domain,, Jj,
't ii l! '. he,. for one, was prepared by his action hoped he would not be regarded as doing lead of Austin, a northern man, planted Bennett T. bill has passed the House cooulnin
;i .Ed and vote here, at all times, to rebuke violence to good taste when he saidit the seed which matured into annex- vs. Oscar Filyau Opinion delivered provisions io that effect. Mr.'Ciisbci

1 "r'I any attempt to dragoon the legislative was true that he did entertain an ex- ation. They went there, impelled by by Macrae, justice affirming declares that the
i 'r department or any of its members into alted admiration for the great man and the genius of American expansion ; and judgment of court below, j constitution aJOtL----
the of the-' who had been carrying with them the institutionsand fords ri icinedy for tHe
1 P :r support measures by power."I statesman so violently attacked Thursday Feb. I1th-Ste\vnrt;! & conseqaencejrf]
;!it.4, .of the press. by the Senator from Tennessee. principes! of free government, and Fountain this state of things. The equality rf
; t Mr.-Y. said, he was willing, at the \Vho, in-all this broad land.could do the energy and spirit of the American plaintiffs in error vs. A. T. the Union must be pr !etvedJlin4JtC21

proper time, to withdraw the second otherwise 1 It was a sentiment he character, grew into a nation. The ,Bennett defendant m ciror. Opinion be
resolution, which was directed againstthe shared in common with all who had capacity same principles which are' now 'impel delivered by Hawkins,justice, ;affirming only preserved by holding a balance

reporters, as they had satisfactorily to compass his great qualities, ling our people to the colonization of judgment of court below.: between the slaveholding nnd'noo-tt1rft
; :idj explained. The other he would adhere and fairness to appreciate his worth.- the Pacific coast, and the same 'spirit T. Lane Betton holding states. I\Ir.\ CALRou.t doeioct

1.! :*o, although with regret. He was per- He venerated him for the greatness of which demands the accession of California trustee appellant. vs. believe Iu a compro li e. He tu it!

,t S'"r l'3J; iectly aware that one of the gentlemen his intellect and the purity of his heart.It was that which laid at the base Willis & Moseley, appellee! ,Opinion ways considered it a

implicated had long occupied a conspicuous I was no new sentiment with him : he of the Texas question. Annexationwas delivered by Douglas, chief justice, It surrendered ( great error.-

4e position in the public eye; with had grown up in the belief that no man the inevitable'fruit Austin's colo affirming judgment of court b I Iv. ,: ormere' tempohij
. the other he had no acquaintance. He, had in his day more deeply impressed ny. It may be that it was precipitatedin T. Lane Beiton, trustee. purposes tfiose [high principles o/.tfce

F was moved by no personal disrespect or:. himself for good upon the institutions point of time a little earlier than it vs. Union Bank appellant, constitution upon which we ought to
I; unkindness. But the columns of their and history of his country than this might otherwise have occurred ; but, if: appellee. Judgment stand. It is'a,fundamental ,principled

} : /; paper had contained what he regarded eminent individual; and, for one, he so, it was precipitated 'by c rcurD&tan.ices affirmed. our political that the
: an unwarrantable libel upon the chancier thanked him, with a sincere gratitude, we could not control. A foreign The two cases of Wrii. J. Hendrickx, system, yccfthuye

;-i of the body, and upon himself oneof for the large services which he had rendered Power, intent upon its own aggrandizement appellant, vs. D. S. .G rdner appellee a. right to establish, what'goer
: ,
i- its members, though the humblest of to the republic in the course of his I and desirous to check the expansion anu D. S. Gardner meat they may think proper for themselves -
them all; and as the editors of that pa- long and brilliant public career. Sir, of our territory and resources, had J. appellant, v*>. Wm. ; that every state about to becooe

.sy per, they were responsible ; they deserTed (said Air. Y.,) a nearer acquaintancewith rested its anxious eyes upon that promising Hendricks, appellee are continued I u member of the .Unipu bas right la
. 4 to be rebuked-and he had proposed the distinguished subject of my land. The, moment bad arrived till the next term of the Supreme.Court. t
his resolution for that when it form its own government AS it pie! ,.
4 purpose. remarks has only tended to deepen and became essential for us to.act. '
.s, Mr. Yulee said, he hoped the Sen- fix the impressions which ,his public We actedHarid the result is know, TUB C'HAJIPIO.\ TILE ,OUTJI awl that in order to be admitted tbrsis

ate would indulge him for a few moments. history had produced. He deserves all The annexation of Texas, then, was a In.ihe Senate of, ,the United States, i but qualification and lhat,,:;'that

: 2 It was his duty to relieve the the admiration he has won, and more part of the natural course of events, and on the 19th February, Mr. C LIIOL\N,introduced the government shall,be republican.We & .
tf t Senator from South Carolina [Mr. Cal- than has ever been yielded. I do esteem would have.occurred. as certainly whether series of resolutions
, 'in:; .houti: ] from the implication involved in (said Mr. Y.) his high and gene- it had been northern or southern 'ter lion i < in-.,. reh-. i I : cannot forbear, giving,the CM-
what had fallen from the Senator from rous impulses, his profound statesmanship ritory.There. to power of the ,Federal Government eluding remarks of Mr. CuHora.opcathw

Tennessee, [Mr. Turney.] That Senator his private purity,and unpretending were other 'topics he would to prohibit slavery inany.t.cr- 'occasion*. \\"e trust that every fcf-

4t seemed to impute to the resolution usefulness; above all, sir, ,I ad- have liked to advert to in this connex ritory hereafter'acquired. They admirably er of his country will enter into)ifceir

which was before the Senate, the character mire the elevated patriotism which fills ion, but he ought not, longer to occupy express the rights of the SouTh, spirit. They ,(3ho\v.tho which
te of a concerted political movement. his noble soul, and the manly independence the time'of the'S nnte. Before sitting and their game
: : introduction at this crisis at stake. show that 'the Swti
j Mr. Yulee said it was impossible for character, which, in its evidences down; however, he would 'say to the They'
;: ;. him to repeat the language used by the has given occasion to the Senator Senator from Ohio, '[Mr. Allen,] that when! ,the people. ofoae section of the must 'nqw acknowledge .its.rig ft qr

t Senator. But nothing could be plainer from Tennessee for the unjust attack he for the course he proposed io his reso Union are preparing to violate 'ihe constitution hereafter.submit to every' degrada.

i ; than the general course of his remarks has this day made. Long may he liveto lotion. there was- .a.precedent- at the last and ihe rights of another section -j. Well) 11 I see" in the coittUfcf < -
't ; involved such an inference. He enjoy the confidence and of to which he would i. my way
I had gratitude session refer that ,, was a matter of" ffital importance. f I cannot in tne Dmile. Aeowpromie
R -charged that there was upon that floor his country, and the admiration and Senator. The:'casesi were precisely analogous Mr.. <.ALIioTJ'haa' been is. but corDp
|g jfy; a party which he chose to designate asa love of his friends .Mr. Y. trusted : -not to. be di tinguished.(-'iD'' abused and maligned uriactofCoDgrenIt
the be T' verruJedn.t; ; ,urae. .(t
*- balance-of-power party, which was acting that the remarkable course which this any particular ;: a precedent, too, which as ,enemy of ,his c untry.- may any
in discussion had taken the :Senator) ', Even Democratic, gives.us na security. But, the cap*
concertedly opposition to thAdministration would excuse remarks : from OHid united'to'create Southern rjournalsha"e ,
tuiion is stable. It i i. a rock Oi ffel'
lt and for the defeat of its from him'which under, no other for the resolution in that case was attacked Ihimant there-'can be ; .
ciri-stand. It 'is
;tI measures ; and with which, by a very circumstances he would have felt ,at concurred in without'dissent. ** but one of him a principkonwwegnn' ,
opinion amougjt those ,riifie .our. friends from; Ibtjfc
natural train, the public mind would liberty to make. --- _.. ---_.
ji-- --- ---- who are.actuated slaveholding:;tates. It is firmgrasfld.
'... connect this; movement, unless correc-' Mr. :Y. said he would .call,upon ,the THE N: E 'V'S by real pat iotism.-: ,! a
ted. Now, he wished to relieve the Senator from Tennessee to show, and Deeming that the crusade against. the 'on which theycan better stand iO .
:L mind of the Senator, and of all who hud would defy him to show, any' ,evidence JACKSONVILLE. MARCH 5- 1847.MR. South:and the violation'of:the constitution position'to fanJiticisml iha< .
__ tingsaudst ..
--- :i= _
Z listened to his remarks from === compromise '
so unjust of a factious, unpatriotic course,on will prove the ruin of His Let us be done : "
Country, .tvithcompr115.
an impression. The resolution_ he had the of those to. whom had refer-
part he he sp'urn ambition i j .and.the allurements Let us go buck and stand Ibe .
Coffered .
his upon
was own, and he took the red, upon the measure out of which this ; ; .
; of stitution -
a 4em .
t'p! whole responsibility. It was prepared difficulty had' arisen, other. For goguepnditands; 1 .ready to :
\ any: :
: Well of
; by himself, at !his, own desk, without himself the records, tnpuld jihpw,he had sacrifice political advancement;upon the' ,- sir, whatifthedeDd:

supervision of any one, and proceeded voted freely for all. measures necessary .,1 I altar of-his country's good.: Below shall deny to us" this high'rfo' 'lU.
from what he deemed : YULEE'S RESOLUTIONS.-As we we ,tioiidl rlgbtVh h in '' opjaioajf M
I a spirit of just to my ?
a vigorous prosecution. the;war, give the resolutions, and a sketch ot'his i clear inslrumeit itfellrrthe
indignation at the gross assault aimed and he had lone it, with .hearty good ,deem-. it' will be more. acceptable to our. "1 S-* 4 asanyjathe; .
.at himself and others the floor. will. His 'readers to -in'full- remarksupoutheir. ; introduction. They more defined,and ,"taWe,in upon vote upon the.proviso ot;; the possess. the remarks, \ tJy.'l *- v't* \ 'of
Mr. Yulee said he could not suppose ten regiment l bill j relation, the of Jssrs"': r WxsTcpTT'and." :- 5 are :,couched!: 1;in .teI9fLepsolemni.ty. cause deduced from '''the entire body
.tQI appointment Y nE :
it was the intention of the Senator from of officers dictated ;"upon It will be well for the Union I'the instrument'- ,; and ibelniture of.tSe.subject
was, by the if '
to expel_Mr. RITCHIE from : ; &fcVM
j Tennessee to introduce before the their ,-fi
Senate an honest opinion,thai ,in the shape it importance : felt :
; is'equally by all ,
the floor of' the Senate ,fleA ? That which I.witt
is i
{ t the circumstances of intercourse it conflicted we have commenced a question
private wasp ,with thq provision ,of'the' Resolved;; That\ the' .
n which their' territories'pf'; the pot undertake'\to-decidri J/It, 'is 'qa.
take publication this
might place around Constitution relating. to appoint week, United ,States : l
t J '& i belong'to ihe tfoh r :: qt.
41 him at the desk of his with Mr. .1 p several for plj.cpnstituents- the 'IIa
neighbors. Of
ments. the, sincerity of this, opinion spe h114 the ..commenceoaent States composing this"'Uh'fbii
4t1. said_this inno'spirit of unkindness,towards the Senator, from;Tennessee, whose ; '0(''the.debate., :,and .,in renlu held by,them asi iheirioint'iihdVOBproperty arid.' nn"tire, dtng ,States. <' : A'L" solemn ;ancL-.a .PlC!
-a., : the Senator from Tennessee, for seat 'is 'in c uld.hini.sec'testify -- "I --- --- *-f-0 -. -.-.r'-- ------ --- '"wu question: .Mr; President.. tAfilfMdecispn |
neighborhood, : '
to.MrT0B3EYV: chargeagainst. Mr ; ; -I; .sKpiajfe1. ad' aTt>r,s.W,
their relations. had been always kind, if he remembered_ the verse:
t. ; ;:uq- AtHOdN. :As I far Mr. ;}fcw6hrwk That' 'Congress,1; ; ;;ihe :I'lrast. and will)
-md he did -n believe! him.capable,of dert ae discussion, which .the subject as .YuiEE is joint''agerir and dou.beliflve !iihat/'they
anything dishonorable; But he was going 'underwent. .around him. JIy' s, vyil-, concerned. ther$ (s dififculty i between. Wit: *>T ''di il' Unio4 rtpreseritativo,' :hiis of"ihe' talce,under sofema l ee sfderaiieftthey t

on to state, when' interrupted by him, ling, to.confer' the:power ..upon the President .hj'nijjelf and. the. ..,.adinistrtoa.. The DJake 'any law;, dr'do'anyact no wbalever right puffht"'to do /'tiii"T1"h ; '
all the material facts ,of the. matter.. .i alone, and,had ,so.told; .the:member ; whole I<<; troujjie 1. : ,wtttMr.1fticmB" : ''IF : that, ahalt ctly ,I I{ would. { )te) 'rthazaJdpusforaaetO'do .a jJ !,
who, .Af or 61 ktsSfatesbf.thistrnioii "
i 1JJ.s'.e .
Whatever BLi.t1'rnayJIpes
had taken ,so -
,place, was of the CoramJtVeUwho make *
open Military; was 'vffitto'1ack .Uf. tiny, afscriinnatioh'betw&: 'e itJhe '
'pAL and his an it
and aloud at :His desk.Th re was i in, chargeof the bill buteduldnoUonsistently tot1N ; ; ,iudivIdiatme6eroithat1ecti0 :!
; -
: i friends the i" by'W hic 'ai if of theThi1i.1: ; ;'D1 oMIN
neither desire occasion in and who 'p1&at
nor for with .his.construction grossest manner: ; $ -
any concealment ;ofthe; them shall! be :(depi'jveaofful! '- ; ;{'-1slaveh
Constitution, .vote for the visions>> as has received; f aroost'just riuaFshineritjfor.hfsarrogance. 'equalrighf in plaiiter.1 am. a&uthrp1\0 .
S ': an/lerntorydrthVirnr. ... ,=:t : a.s
Mr. YuJee'continued.. The resolutions contained, in'the, bill.. .lfe.defiedjthe : 'This. : J(1e( V. t
; ; gentleman,i Jnsujted -' ted Stites % k ktiKs* :
resulted he had, before said r/i/* J't triit-'tsud4aou .tke.wens: t i 4 &
as Senator from Tennessee io
S froto the indignation'eicitectin*him by, : part of his cpurpe". here Ip:!, point which, would any the 'people: .oif/FJorida,::and,lm- Resoved! ? 'Thai It theeaactment': 0J ziiiv'Iatwhjch ':' '81.v e eWe r. bl"'rclf&f"'l' ( 'i'w4TtleCme
the paired offensive publication in, the Union.: convict him of a departure 'from.tbopthitip1ed'thO i : trthftJ91l,
The Senator ,from Arkansas [Mr.Se. political I art to whichthey'mutually : "Mexicans i ,'" Tects/depriVQ States 'tliW thf{ lt z n at r !1t The :tkci gv! : up oiich.pogz: l )q1.4.yrohenckGtwhaIJbehg .
.i ; 01- .. 'Unlon1lrom'. eon&ra\fG\ : .. .......
rr] .. 14Y.. e.testimony ,tijiLt I J ; 'belonge f6r...:. tfo\Vi !t faf qt Ok% J it'1 '*. with thei', '' /t.,4 ,.. !
!:: ', -e- f ,_ ... < .... .. osrJ \ "G-, _:,>' : ;.C__,VI r'f... 0'""'>I rt't.'. .,. .Wi1.,"' .' ;ft 'f .': Property:. ,' 'JLt into t1r.ov,Srlh If"I: ('. e r.f, b.i-tbkiat,: ,p ",#6 .Mic1_.':'I' 'J."f'_ '')" t It

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territory ik4yiieItca i -
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.i Iiy1Tke; :.El_ witk.th 1r -- 'i'-. /'
- *Gkic .down. .r i oCecllJiar ft.H f. r i971.- ""TIC..I _,.t .
e t .kieg the ef the saT f, fci p 'CeiKeliadgjven : ,
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ia .nothrng expense : ft1. w.
fIer.rJ (: WILL,1
: 4 ; .$eaM, to :1: : .. leNowleg t1MaaadIiarpnesnta1ag .
,wJ Feb W.4 Three te.ai8e 4h .
till .nr1af-d. ief Jtfoa&y (tJj.tO: the e:jffiiU.g n1ht'Which.le ces.dIe (W" daSS* ar..l
tirniaed ibis.,abgectiTgC1YAWdeJy4lL bili 1 u (IJ,The'ocers COUII'J Tz.. rur ILe
I.re & !i J ly B ,es1817. .is:
Million ** &** : ( ;iit peer JIlI'ft :.panr ,
b Ieoot ) s AtGa" r .
; l.thia Zsee, rtheuture .u..itiie.c 'Wera' t aW. & Sitardity .rkJI Mru r7 .
Ie : : &IBfl7 amendment; the' Wilawt jwriso; bya .eat'iyere b .thrtite'inigbt 'hychargeVfija )l e o .bmaia3'e .d.T"'ej"Jrta .JS47.. ,.4. 4' .
; :
sad psa 105.. :Th ,'f :,whole coontry .seesa to roe to offer A1'I..titI&. Jet., the '3 Gth sail 27th .
'e1n. :
tile oditi9t 'vote or yeas 115sBay ;prprviso ow price and .DOW :tie F.Ltu..JJ
humble epiRiOftt : to the poor maa, oat all that Edeamo "lth1khiad17thMareb,184?. '
I' ondiiioui( cxclodet 'slavery;;from ; tern- government, accofflplish its "t Ml1ada n Taweda
:.il netcffuahdYie. any : purposes, passes,: 'its'infioceace: whilst to 1 ; Sf.Frbiu'1. d 2nd
1 Hls lo&taa if e. Iud 1 ,kppaHS&- tory'to ie acquired by this appropriation : lurai,' die v eaildiBgiand goods, and the industrious man moderate means "

zke condition fJ&fi1C'i prowaawswbat hitherto. Tefafres'aJl-campensation.: --or 'to the sr1 MCo1IBtWsrrTbiT,4.1. t"tlt r:Yebna.CttGtM.
sagacious who _
: mannedwhateeiTbe.act
other capitalist
in 1 I
hi & :or any The ,
the Southern 'the
d.h-ap'pY, to ue5ioibtjiupjn *rio- wnifld ',by .the small .AH f'\'Ieidil'C DUtortJaeau
expenditure of 't'j.sIea.e
relidf of Tto a .
.the .vDoogrlat 'tion ,
, lor the "
jikejryield!, HoawiT ased to reconsider I..ntt"tuna.-' la't4Ia I
.nl be am ecaro a rich heritage for children plaett.swoni t.
. --- Wona
. "late C. S.Attorney r ast JfJpwda, .$aid Tote. ., to the om.fikpr..hnri ftdmlnbter o Ui. f
.t. third,
and l
fourth geaemtioB,' every WON 1M 23thoI Mardi.,af7. _>
S'"nJIQIIfIA .MeLVT1OLtbtaading and ,Jthe act/ r the ,relief of Peter'Ca-. .-,* 'FLORIBA.ThiefoUowiBg : inducement to ton and U the ia vestment A. W. CRICHTON.: -\

1r .N .,the. authorltatwe peN administrator Andrew Capello. ,of moaey.is offered.: TaX'A.. fui' DUftlCGuI1. .

.4ecJr&tMGf: Mr. BTBCHIE, that Ibis-il deceased, and for the relief.of John "a rid" letter, 'from.die pea of Blarida ii.JiteraHy a&rra&ogii&a to -'Ickea".' F.1. w .1817' : .

,for 5 w0rthjr telligerit.gemlemeii, inBuckrngnamc6untyrl the great mass ofoar The .
. time the South to agtetcrwe people. ream TAX COLLECTOR'S
-418 ; apello read twice and: fer'drEa .3LLE. 0
, i weirdslex 800 why*it is t
rgjiiia 1O"aacl'why'emigra v of thefO.erw .d
I. that : By lit me by kw, I
,. rights are haplY: 0 'perceke' l, Feb..IGtL-Mr.. T. B.King,: 4o our-,columns-from: ,the.."Scotts- ter emigrant\has followed in the pathway expose for sale'before the Coon H
e mis OW:1 tate old Virginia. ,m,. which is from the committee. on..,Naval affairs, i yille Times! ,'" with. '.pleasure,..as the evidence .. to:other",legions, ,'hia,"jflastrioBspredecestora door oa the, in 2nd ihecJty'Monday Jacksonville April next., cnnaly TU folUwiag of Duval c

Ae has hitherto ruled as'a dictator tho following resolution which is obvious to the ,man f"1Iptl1J. or much .. '
se f
reported { wtl 1
SI ,; of a correct and Impartial "judgment ,who a "y ih*State .
wit&.hiip. At will.take'-che troaWete learnfaets Tax far 1845 and State
disposed coincide and Cotint Tax far tney )
:t /Dot was agreed to. : upon some;of the leading characteristics and has the capacity combine',them ar 184G, 10.000 acres at laad'Cd and about '

} this juncture, when anti.s1averyre0lU".4ions Resotoed, That-the Secretary of War of this section of the and elicit 'l legitimate inferences. The Trout Cnvk.; known as dwSiJbUld. Tract; 1 1,00 A l-

tr are Wore Congress from seven 'is hereby directed to cause a. survey to countryaThiteqiaid tide emigration like the acres on, Dunn's Cre>k.bf>Inhiig] to the heirn nf Domingo -
the us_ u,visit in the eailier mighty gulf feroaMtet; 282 acres, roi the St. John I
be mde.of'such in inland .
out .-tbe'Iourteen' non-slaveholding places stream, has hitherto swept around this R erai a phre called St. JiMeph, and uwacd
in nddi- navigation between,Savannah, Georgia, part of the fall and 'winter, and has returned great by the. E.tate of Wat.'i
States of the Union, ,aud when .peninsula. The time will 'soon Smith,2G2 acrrs uo tie
:1 House of Representatives Jias and "St. .John's river, Florida, as' 1 may hbme, 'highly pleased' with our come when that tide will pour its floods St.James John*. TU'. called Si. Jo.epIsan4 iiwn.4 ., I.pie I I.
don the by Single ton and the
; adjoining last vabownvnijoo
require improvements, so as to reader people and and has of population-over its -
and .
determined plaint Florida
I a,law embodying the proviso DC country, fully 'd Tract; 11.50 acres situated SMO-
passed. convenient and safe said
navigation will leap forward on 'a mission of Swamp,near Nasnan River
:t to settle in the interior. We owner om Ux.,n.
these resolutions' we deem it to be a and that he cause -estimate lobe II prosperity which will be miraculous JHOS. LF.DWITH. .Si'', IX C. If

e time when the South, if erer, should.assert made of the,necessary expease there welcomesfieb men among us, and hope in the.eyes of men:who will tot consi- By A. W. CRICHTON, D.Sheriff.' :
1. of. .that he and his family realize .all der. But Jacksonville.. Oct.9.184G. I
her rights.! If ve _now lose the,opportunity ., may come down; .have written

e rjerJbeiegainecL And ednt&day, Ftb. i7L-The Senate ther.ea80nableexpeetat which they ,nothing, lean tell you'much. Columbia Comity 8I1e IJI'. Sale.

'e'e do vce.hail foremost .I.1biU to establish a court at" Key West, may form"from a residence with us. TOY .virtue olIO! office nod power(law I.nr- J. r
gladly Virginia Say to Dr. I V ed in me, I Jbav levied upon and will offer _
under obligations
inlbe ranksxf the South. The CoJJong \- in the State ,of Florida, and for,otherurposcs. CEDAR.'CLOSE, January 9, "'47. to him am fur..r. hefae jfae Court Howe in the tvwn of Alli I
procuring for the J
,e reada third Dear It: You have me itor, on trip Em Miir.sIqztMsy nf01 it'lwttaHD
time :
resolutions offered in the Vir- and probably
were acquaintance of ,
; 1 Judge B-, from the uM..1 l hour. nf ale{)n tl t'day. the/ullowing .I
0 I I heard of my return from Florida--and i whom .I de.cribe.l t
pia house of delegates cia the 17th passed. received many civilities and property, viz:-Srction 26..T"-oahip I, :
'would like to-hear something of Florida.I Ran ..11 80 ..
ilr. from the much valuable information. ; ci.ntnining ncr Stctiun No. 2,
McKay ofVays -
Let committee
and '
i.B tilt, unanimously adopted. can say so'little in the, way.of detailin ] 93 acre Section. _23. Township 1, Rank 12. i" ':
hem be read by every lover of his JCOUJQuy \ and Means, r.eported.abi1! to increase ,a single letter, thai 1' shall confine Yourstruy; \ Levin lipnn a* th*property of RiciiNnl \Valkrrte ; I

S die 'revenue derivable from duties myself, remaxk which are general in The Difficulty with Brazil-Its Satisfactory play the year the State 1840.and COUDIV lure d w iheroon! tor '

g Jfi/rfflJ, A appropriating money on ,imports, and also for the sale of their character,with the hope that you Mjustment.e have great ALSO, I t '

it to prosecute war or negotiate peace .with I the public lands to aid in:the will 'ride. down and .spend .at least a satisfaction, (says the New York Her Section, D"'n.hip.1. Rnnp'ItrnT1liLiIg J" ;
, prosecution ; .night with 4 .in that ald,) in informing our readers that the 80 ace-.t.'tiedupnuai ihepropeityof D*'mpjr !
me. event
Mexico has the
J Republic 01 pasd of the,vat with .Mexico. The bill unfortunate and W KMII. to aiufy,the Iura jdun jLemun /itt Joa 4t 1
i. Rouse of Representatives of The Con- show you some specimens of Floridian I deeply to be regretted year 1846. .
siof the United States, with 1he fol.Jcnving ,-imposes a duty of SO per cent on tea produce and'tell you much more. Flor- I disagreement that took place betweenthe 1.50.

I.ie Proviso attached thereto: : and coffee a duty of 10 per cent on ,re- ida, you are advised, is a peninsula, ev. American Minister at Rio de Janeiro 'Section Townafcip 1, Range 11-i'ntiredLy .
4' Resolved That ae.n express and fined sugar, coal and iron, and provides idently formed on the basis of coral and : and the Brazilian government, to .atityti.tie LivingMon.,nuppoted due I ber'rzui'to be f"mp'Vo the Year 134G,&

a fundamental conditiaua to the acquisition thai &1I public hind which 'has.been inwarket sea-shells,, by progressive decretions, has been adjusted satisfactorily, and ina ALSO r

a xtfany territory from the Jiepublic of from the Georgia line.to Cape Sable. manner highly honorable to both gov Section Townslnp 2, Range 11; about 400

Meii: by the United Stales, by virtue from ten to fifteen years, maybe 'Deposits of sand, vegetable and other ernments. The despatches containing acie*-Levieci upon at the property of L D. Hart I
I. P. N the
or rt to due
satisfy taxes thereon fur.
a of any treaty which may be negotiated entered,at one dollar per acre, from, matter, constitute the superstratum.Its .- the terms of adjustment, will, we understand 1Sw'ear 134G. I'I

-J between them, and the UHC by 15 to 23 years at seventy-five cents, winter climate is delightful l -and if be.sent to Brazil i in the U S. 'T.B.nTZrATRlCrT, 1

. ihe Executive of the moneys herein appropriated j.And over 515 years at fifty cents. The healthful appearance on the part of .store ship Southampton, in a. day or, .Ckt.23,184S.Colarabia Sheriff ami tax. arllecjor ex offiria.AWgator. II

If neither slavery nor invuluuury -' bill is only to continue in force during the population may be regarded ,as.an two. 1 I -

l servitude shall ever .exist in any '' index to the character of the summer -MARIJVE INTELLIGENCE. CoaBty SherUTs Sale.BY i]

part of said.territory, except for crime-, I} the war with Mexico.j and autumnal climates, then Virginiahas virtue of a writ of fi.ri fade, issued.from '
I .
"The bill establish, nothing boast in this behalf PORT OF the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for theCounty .
:e whereof the party ,shall be first duly j j jronricted. to the territorial:: to over JACKSONVILLE. MARCH 5. of Columbia. Eastern Circuit of Floiida.

. ." And this General Assent.'I j 1 porcrnmcnt of Minnesota; was read a Florida I ,saV more, pale (nces'in ARRIVED.Feb wherein Alexander Martin is I'iainlttHand Daniel .

3. bly! deeming it to be destructive of the third 'time and passed.Mr. church in,Richmond.xm theday of my 13-Brig Mentor,fireenlaw, New York. M.Stewart Defendant. I have levied upooand I

It Compromises of the Constitution of,the return to that place, than I had seen inall 27-Schr Curlew. Miler,New York. will expose for sale before the CourtHouse door .
1- United States and attack the Maclay presented the memorial Florida visited by me. March 2-Br Slow C!gne<.Withe. NUI.UU N. P. in thi Xown( Alligator the. & ,Monday, in
an on April next, within legal knurs the described
CUCARKD.FVJ following
of the
- dearest rights of the South, as well asa American Institute of New York, The lands are divided into (bur great IS-Schr S B Aihu.4'StUei1 Key UVf. property. to wilt E J-2 of tbe.Sy ,.4

I dangerous and alarming usurpation prD)'ing fur the establishment in Florida. classes: pine.forest hammock, prairie, March 1-Brij Mentor.Greealaw. Niw York. Sec 7; Also N J.2 of S E 1.4 Sec3 AUu.. E 1.!
T Scbr Curlew. Miller, Balthnoie. of S 1V.1-4 See 8; AlsoJC l-2i>fH \V 1-4.See .
the Federal Governmcut. of and Differences of
e by Therefore a botanical garden for the gradual ; :swamp. quality in 17; AIsoSW1.4oSecl7 ; All in Towiuhip 1

.rocclimation of plants, which was referred each class constituta, sub-varieties. NASSAU,II,. P.-By .Lo Sloop Crt Mvehind. South of Raage 1&'Eaar,in all four bnndred.acres.
o Be it resulted unanimously by the. Sand_is the predominant element everywhere .-Arrie
f' General Assembly of Virginia, That J -hence the land is easy to till.- N.C.. ; Lumber rthinglM I la'R.J. PjrkSchr .. sold to satisfy said writ.of'ertfactas. : ., .

,;t the Government of the United States :, IN' SENATE.-The bills for the, relief Marl) abounds, and this'element,combined Frb2Vth.Ctuunpion--Schr.,Actress Sims,, Suilirwj.Tuik Island. Sailed, Sheriff T B of rnZFATRICK Columbia .

1- has control,, directly jor indirectly f of William G. Davis and Mury .Ann, with the warm quickening climate, February )SI7. County. t.

mediately or immediately over the institution his wire,and for"the relief of Fernando gives fertility,, lastingness and great 82:58 EEWARDB -
T- of action the auUtoriijveiled ia me by the Town CocncU NOTICE. :
to soil
and in promptness
slavery that taking ;
; read third time and Jacksonville I will reward
Fillany ,
were a < flue a ufSiOO Lain '
.6 this i also i in : persous against stnHt
ingredient connection with
Any such conirol, it ir.iutcends the limit fur she apfirebeiuiuo and delivery JOHN ALL William Boyd, late of Bentnn
0 *of its legitimate functions by destroying passed.SENATE. the I level I character of the \country, RICHARD a free maa of color ,who wok(rum deceased, will present them to the aubscriber. eimniy,

.the internal organization of I -Ttersday. Fb: 18/A..-The guards it againstabrasionswhich. have tbajail Jackconvillc on the night of the .ecoo.l wkbin the lime prescribed by law or they will
\ in instant;and tbe further tun.oT $150 will be paid Debarred, and those indebted to the said
- Abe fiorereiguties who created it. ,Vice-President. before the Senate. a so many place impoverished the aDd conviction of Estate .
e the detectwa! proof to .
fur any will nake meat to. :
it ,!. Resolved unanimously, That tinder communication from the'Sec'y.of War. fields of Virginia. The;piae! .lands are person or persons wh may have aided in his es- pay ALBERT CLARK and
no circumstances will this easily prepared for cultivation; the -
body re- cape. AD A LINE CLARK, I
cegnize as binding 'enactment' of transmitting a communication from the ham macks quire more l.abor-though John Richard is I bright mulatto I of from 24 tu Administrator soil Administratrix .
tlte "ederalerntnent any which hus'forA Adjutant General of the Army, with A Dot na much as .most, or at least, much 23 yeara of age. about 5 feet 11 ,inches in height, Augusta Beotua co., E..}., Dee. 18, 1846. Cm
is a blacksmith by trade. and has a pleasaat countenance tAlacllaa.
1.n object the prohibition of slavery in report of the officer in charge of Indiana t of.our' own forest region-the prairie ,but a grave I look. .
'. any territory to ,be acquired ,either byc3quest in Florida"", dated the 30lh uju,' lands foi the most part require ditching, All executive.officer* .f Duval county arc. no- virtue of.Comity the newer vested SluerWs fame by Sale.law,I II
1 but when the apprehend the said John aicb..rd.JoSe By
ir or treaty; holding it to be'the respectieg the practicability and best you attempt swamplands nuircd 10 B. LANCASTER, shall expose for sale in front of the Court
Mural and indefeasible right of each hoc opus, /lie labor est. These lands, Inlt"nelant'Tuwn oJicksoaville.JackKmviUe. HOUSA door in tb!Town xif KewaansviMe the

ish A4' every citizen of each ,and every means of effecting the ,removal of Thereiminole for the most.part, must be ditched to t ,March; 5tti.1847.'I'arCollector's. 3t second Monday of July next; between the hours
.&ae Indians ( of \ extent t the first dense of ten and two o'clock, so much of.the undivided
of this Confederacy, to reside rom Floridaj; west some as tep. A; Sale.BY interest of the fallowing named in and to
>f ik Hs property, of whatever descrip- the Mississippi, which, was.referred,to undergrowth has to be ,removed, and 'virtue.of autliority vested in me by law, I u certain tract or parcel of law ,known .as tie .
in \t thVa towering live oak magnolias have levied the following lands, viz: &lachuaArrrdnndo Grant ...m
any terr.l1ory'hicb may be *c- ihe-committee on )Indian affairs. \ cypress upon ; d"y.d' pay .
11 jsired by the -of the United I' '. : bay,palm-cabbage, &c '&c., pie- 48.000 (forty eight thousand)'acres; returned to the State and County tax due on said interest for
arms jUr. Yulee introduced a bill ,entitled, Bent. the .r'. 'next task. This mo by the Assessor, u thai part of the ArredoadoGiantlyini the year 1846 and all legal MU and charges'
-; or yielded by'treaty with : lalproJ in the of Msrion. '
any county and about the advenisemeat and eels herein J
A Loreign power. ** An act in addition. an act to'estab* :being accomplished sprue 22OOOcubic Also,331 (three hundred and thirty one) acres, to witc :*

,tIt .1Jte, lrol, unanimously,. That this lish a court at Key West, ia j tl theStale :feet of ditching,per acre is necessary, ,returned to me by.the Assessor in the name of A. 'The interest Jeromey Johnson or N.Wcllc!
the cultivator hoe .H. Cole, locality unknown, 'no umbers vatumod The interest William Thorn. -'-* '*
before 'use
can or .
, ssembly holds toh the do- of Florida. which was ad athird.tiizie '
j ? '
of the heirs "
Talt.A.teiMr. The-ihtewsl of Win.' *
.by Taylot t
I. fJ.eJ erery man i in' 'every' section >afredecacy njad .passed.. ,plough,with a view to,a crop. 'These_ Also. 320 (three hundred ,and twemty) acm. The inteiest of Jaha R- TownsexuLThe '

I .D ,?:;'if ifa Union; is dear ,J lands,'Dn, [the ,Matanzas, HuxiJas, and returned by the A'Mllot.in the aamo ,of wick interest of Jeba M.'5<* **, ,<'
h CoJ;m.;to Jhe of Friday, 'JVi 19M.-In,;the Senate, Indian Riversareheldh, is said, at$10 a. Hacket."I \ The interest of John N.S,, -." ,"" *"

, l1 (jrhateser oppose passage l which any Mr..Calhoun introduced'18eriesoCre..so.' 'per'acreGeoH-, whose hospitality Also,3000 (three thouund) acres retarDed a.. The interest of Rogers and friee : I
purpose, >y ,LedwitliMii 18E.an FernaadecaiMl of
: the name Theiaterest Cyras
1,. er *yto be acquired maybe subject jutions, having jeference'to ihe'.VVilmot; i' 1: partpojc, Xand., it was. mahna'of Led with i in;A..D. 184C, said to iw lo-' The interest of PerlJcw.g. .' :: : 1

p.f **' ech'a reili ctio.u. .proviso,'which lie prefaced:Jby ,some tee: the,dCtSert,8ndwater; of ,Horeb.to me,) ,cat-d in Wetumkie Haranwck.AUo .. 'The interest of Aaran Peck- .lM t
- t Resolved Thattheoftheakrve .has reduced'cultivation a large body ,790 (seven hundred. and ninety) 'acres The interest'of Mordecai Mi Noah. z'
unanimoudy,> marks. C'Jihr land, 600' acrei of which will-be [tax for U 4i paid by CoL Bawls,} tax due for The ioteresi of Israei Frost. .! t
mentioned proviso :A D. J846. returned in the name o* Kmgsiey B. .fliejnterestofNoahjarvis.henteresiofMordecaiMyrrs. -' .i' f,."
-The for tEe '
mkes ttthc'duty of every slareholdihg. Act je_ 1 .pled.in* cane, and will,probably.yield) Gibbs? 'loculiiy, unkB"wa/w *Hmbet* returned by .?, ', i I

. &t e "nalor all the citizens. thereoZ as Jief of Gad Humphreys and George from 750 tor iDOp,hhdg.. of sugar this Tax AsMtt. _- .. %The interest ofthe heirs Alexander Muir."i' I i
.. + off for sale, wi&U legal ftours, We.. : The wtecwtof Frederfck '
thejr :nlue their Center considered Mr. Brocknbrough raJ1. I shall 'r 'rguuL'1. 1
I dearest privileges, being inOcala, the first Monday -I ";. ,
18 r Other rand /of !Ftorida which ] ih<- Court Hou'.do r. on The interest of Gilbert Lewis. :V {{
a.i i wereigT3nyl heir independence i 'moved'to' reconsider tlie'vote l*'6ih day ol September next, alrorthe>- The tnterert of Blood jood and Thom Till u ton.
t r irights of property't to take firm,'! should prefer for reasons: ,apparent hove described lands, or as muck tnereof.ul"II' The i interest of Thomas'Napier. *-?' .
II GIi1ed hy which this case was:rejected'at'the and :others which I the amount of tax due the 'Interest-
and ,concerted action iu ihw e- *" above, to cannot be sufficient! to satisfy ; 'And aUo so rnrcb of the unditQe4 of
-. *lIiIIIIIo--'J. '' "j { -, Ii .>: .' ". ,: last:session,4UpoD'ordering the engiossnent. now refer,'maybehad', at from'cuefto State Florida r.rJa4,aetberwith' the amount the'tame said Grant of the foflowlnjf:r per-

3 ReiBJred,THat'the' Governor ol( his' It oc urred 1 dufing:><:his illness, .(ournndfivedollurs per .cr. The gofernmeht ?-' due".' D.'the IStG-State. .,and..11 county pfc III t.-Manon'&bt CDa1 for Abe accrue year I sougwiLlarbeSt and the State and Count tetsx; tax for for the she year fear 1S4G.1845. .

: ee..onwea.hb be and teis hereby re- and. the motion. to. recootider sras made .lands.ai i f ara., $:hey have!been, '. 'E.D.. H01YSE.Sb'l'cad'' and M lognl coda and charts fa and. about..ih8, .
e. esIe4 IGtQD mit-copies: of the-lore-" by his .friend t.' from, Alabama.' There Borvcycd, are in market ,at $1,2.5'per, Be oficiTax'CUeorfM. : rioa Co. advertisement and.Ie thereof.: to wit: '- I

it M :'preamble and resolutions.to'tbcje : had been aomejevFoue-discusvton; during .. .acre.. At Jarge.pOttlon of he besrlandsofthe -March. Lb, iBi?. 6111' The interest of A. D. Fare. ". t 'esTbeinten'ItafJDrteno. ,

. Depariaents.of the.States of .which, tlie House 'appeared,. lOtbe State ;are held by old Spanish: ESecBter'-1Y.Uee. Ttoo interest of John Rodman ; ( 4
I shall *
a.I. 4ia'. I -. utified'anasdpfiose4.the:rejectionwaaTrorn grants ,,and by the'State. ,,under lawsot .: SIX MONTHS.aadVouciers alter date,a*,.Executor_ present ofthe ray estate The interest of R.D"'IIJ'Od1. 4
lIt 1 soBwJnadrv.erteneebrother? ,Cjon fess; appropriating'the! 46tji sec of 'Mary Fernandez,late .oftJassaU.eoanty. 'The"interest'of T.-tmu. a0J i I,

it.e CQREL I certainly, could.;be inG.do.ubt..abOut the: .iipn;of each.,township for supportofprimary"schools :deceased,kotW Hon.Judge;;tf Tnto Jar .$* The interest of the heirs of Thomas Oexii"". '. I

e, ?: 8aTE-et rcL9j, Fi/L.. i3i.epki,11 '.-;, principle; ,: which*. was :r c!gnised i by IQO QO acres,for aea-' ,'county, for Ihaame a foal time!ae-ul.uaeat apply. for of Letters.laid- of t.te D.s&aa-, and The'fr8ItDtJ.S The(aterett of Benjamin,d.m.'L.'Walte,': '."::. _:., f

( all governraeaiay and:hadV been*,repeatI .' :ddiiie'ifld 500.00Q. 'Veres'for purppaei. shall at ,of which all persons .r- 1 The interet of Barnaba OburalTbtt '.1". ," ,
Buudryiaturance 'I.aW8e auch Executor !
)1'II J. I;' edly' by.thi, in,cases,.wVich.he,had be?. ,Gr';internal iniprovemenu ,All ihesp ,e.led si. o as ju'aId' .ute.'a.uIHinod let.takf notice Interest SJjiveji Parker, ; ,3.S I[
and certain. tract ;
Hf CAapauea. fore :li1anc1.. couldjquote.if necessary;' Jands'-will probably ibe.in market: 'in a 1 .JOQN L. ViLLALONGA, parcel A1sot of a land suffident known: portion ai '1wStiotC_:of a Crane 'now'or

ntera or the ce.otBostonadaylng ; 'Indeed 'pther ersens'who,ha4 Buffered few moatha; Taei/agricultural :prtfofthe J wnry 15. 1847. E.f'CutMOrJCE. owoed'oreWmed by WtUiam'Marten; M'wiljpayj-

"", ? .li l.jrBceftkractoa oacthe-ameiiccn,nad U ceiv (ffreIBUaeration. due 'country,are auj'ri;'cigars, ., rfppjy ,heHon. the Slate and County lax due thereon finlh year'*" .
. d :WEEKS after date l.b' te, 1840, 'tnIl ( costvina c6-rea(a mod abooc-
l4eLkROuse tar 'toM.;: eaislan'tlcott riceindigo, ;
:rU.'CU8I..n.a. Ohe
I at SAad-key ih thfeyW 'i'' i- ; aach S -the Jf dgeX Probates of.ibe coonty of the-ad yfl"rnentiusd4aI "'toc'I< II'
. rHi.a buxazg GI private property. allhaJibarH "TtWwT .-""' '.- ;ye Jeetble, 'Bmboruuab,fOr Letten"r Admlnutrat d on'.*UTamna. Said .Hraiit U titiiated shod eiclat uie from o.
t \ !.P m tale;.ra ,.abuadant.llotherainiy1ewith -; I _'dee.sad.late.or ..suDta I' booa. .. :
dS81tatar Mi7W} .&l fierce, aa.weet potat ea EIIMCUt.,.MuaeIDUy.UIa'. J f-' 1 N wnanivlile,. nitwtW Korth.aadi .
& .teerced. : ur g flof.cI war'Jt wksauraed ; light'tef'1 :- .t'(1t1.11. !3sflEr! edoa.ft.'N"rl" by the BiwSaBtaf. e,and on the'

. :' $ _.trU.e.Milion to prevent it$ f ligiitcvthoMads4.( 'f r-f .1f"l'f ig# Ta,11.witk 1' .'JTebnai. **' 2847." -.. : I South by uubtfd Jamf-1' 1"111111* fiB |shotU iw1.'
raaiBade tod .
S ; > uetih .JI. .1'&; : acre*. aa appeiralrbo'tfe .
.' i-.g. der. ''eetI2ti,n'. .PJlr. ..' tbe eaerey, andjWf gje; f. :servke totajMXi 1 ,W_ aftn4 JJlM -apply) Ibeoin Tax Assessor.' Seidiiit1tMl.W Htt' tf Wtffll* ,
(4 < .. (T .tkAfl AViiuttif'Ji'nori .. ,+-feeaji pineUveoakwkite 'aatotheriIJaTi S JX Cntjo''C I' wiUI ,oth second Morfay '
uu1h addressed ie ., nWft* n A&C ctttU W*,M&UMwD '
M't. '- '
( filled with" } I aUw.tbe,. ,
> i&c oth.suteb110 OmrirHoMie 1" "
who' 'U ; la front nftKe iNewBarwrifk
aa\ie.f'Y'4n migfet !
-. i 't jim .- .' .Z -t., "iai tIJJ.\ eceaM." between tb*r-hoees o.iaaMio'clock.
,r.zo tIlro 'r" 1fi irbeai iildI3W1t c_ ot"IQ' ,
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.j .'t% tII W. ) j&e ,, to I be ret intytsecurj yfiMSeleiii 5CtJy WI
st-Hlak-ti& iick oaLtltJ Pi : aside from any arcommoiliitlon for travel, it V ill
.: : ; St -' V frVVVV4V t 'ft *( St.th .
1845se tioiif3. .vSnJyisti8 F erstvrntv !to ccOmfatly CaCLDHIV
r : rite at Allljtator next day l >l SV' % 5 $ ,I0. b iIn'I Vrrn V nsyi. m frofnsce
it shall bf"tbt ;, ,| niffgpTgo V a TW nr4ersfn rc heui 'n i me4sr it.. ; U'f.rJ % V
; i 1jlipr. ntIp 1rj gVatahturDt'RrULU1t1 golh4btieilbaI, (bPrtm.4rt .
tg duty ofte: Pouas er.GenfraU In all, futurs) fl441iCfcHiryncfV&iIo L***tnnmewlo !
the Hva TalTahassee n' *, iy by uanii DC iidJerri paqjeof hhldvas.? *' 11* _
t4'rJ Iubgs i o( contract* for, ih uansportaiwii ; V .
S 421jl tojt the ,iyerycse.to 4h lowest ce 'hVl' tb :( tej! bIr ty '4i'
ill pme week .eriI aiD be.coDaIder.4.L IV -* & : ; I Itian q4
UK,*,** twxlerujj sufficient gusranjeei for faithful Instead S ofTaliaUas t4V fr j us'iu tba'Ivt4t1irnitnt.4Jt Will *4i
a run. by Whij Sprinii
4'' performtnee without other reference.tottbe mode wtiJ4 17e consi1ered *5 Ofl'r1O only fur \ ss5 m
TJtttE tbeErstdy ntJly t.t, ,
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of *jch tiansportttion than, may, be necessary toTht1 V 1 j :1 fa* Sii forvutP4 \ ?

; ;provide for the due celerity! certainty, and securi* 3518. '1/! ee, by. Aliccpwkie. to anti ; Pcr f4V2I szeeJhfjpnsIa&9r4Ih; : ; ai i 01 larch3iI, lib M i IfrM KJI, # _* jSJ t

'w ; ty of aoch,transportation; nor sbal any new,cot* Moniici'lIu,38 miles and back, twice a weeki ., : ; ;: u t I I4 $':a new jiescnrttion of bid.lias. been r.c'ived.rn.Mrnvjsni' r11J.7( M'r.a$

tnujtonbereafter.be,.required to purchase out, or I Lave Tallahasse! everj: Tuesday and Friday; Matru. 1NSTR1CTIONSt VV ) 1 LIV '. ,ing4es to daily fiae of teimr tIJ.,4
tike itft y&IZIjOfltbeI0Ck cu yefciclet) ot any; It 6 aim; arme arMant>c.il :?ame.'day 'by 8 p'm, V S frlujjem51unty. evening .
ai .camr llr man wjjfl ft r every :
allowed f. -T 1/7
previous contractor for the same rou'jrfl 4 lo >ve ryiMonJ yi hdjTh' i rMlll > 1. Seven roinutps an 'rp.ntganacloising iiil4*the terms.o(_tlN lawf Tlie. bids pie railed

KJ* Bidden,will be careful to read the forms; ? rjy j l JalUbauee. fftn iifja; y4C tl p mail* at all offic** where nn particular fromtb. manheri4wIi- :V ih.y'are vie lcnarWt 1'-ins f; ;. .,,. bt1 qu.. ilpdip WIikavpa
rcifipd and ftpamboatr $
limpi l
: >
LP :i and iastrflctipns; appended: .this advertisement.' P ?". | j the I? Miks ifbedepartmrtnfjjjir'ii'V V lU?"
in iwjr prnpusalu.tb 3519. From Taltepb'M nszt5ninW, arid utPt ihpr is 'to o* nomure. ,fI44a7VI5Pjd) OP .
They are requestedto stete V V < 'i'ivt'r '- *"i ilpen'dt'Cidi d.'after mature rnn*i.I.'rts.'n. that a _
intend.to the mail. cDuncansvillei Gen.,, to'jhomasviile, 34in iles and reisirY tndphvf and TPCt'itr liif baii.; i % e 's libidtpnilnwinji I'aaa.n.'rs
modebywhich they convey ; sj spenne m de i t eonve anrebra* ; ,
; ,
,r fl Whereto the si end weight.of, the mails, or the JMcJc,.dnpe a.wfektv V ;< : I 'm I 1* :tq bCtVI11fl PCtI1'! iii) lei ,1.' 't':4"i: lrlnaett Ia loiiat :,
anJ id. their entire exclusion ,its
;. peed called for, fn schedules, (shl1equu'e.it, Ie5!!; TaUnhaiwee gYfiy ThIr4ViyLat.6arn, nasaenger V 'J .. {* t't'wi4Iit'en41uslk f 'rere'ri"rsnbe aiiIr bid exjknc.be.'partmPbt :V Tb k1Na* t'1'

r tg ,tha contracts will t bV 1nae.CrC1, ste mboat, arn.ye filiTliomiStyilie J ne day: by 7rpltm .,, rquie'itt 4 eoabt tVtSJyd flhI lot- Leave Pihstk. every 7jfi4. :,t

;t ; 'i; or railroad conveyance, a* the ca e. j jnav! te; nn'e V 'Leav."Thomasyille every WcIrn'pdiy, ai,6 am, .' 3.: Pott Office hlanTcs mail bap, 'and b.vlngriU. : V pj:11tu VV A.j1, !

i- ; :i consequently uch,route* will be,let to Ixds.propo. amveiat'TallaKassefl'same'day.byrp'mV v V nat agents nt f he 5 den) rj ment fl _jw* the ezhjbilop*>f : -*'WjiynlW .raiil'nn the rotite?"V Is V V"notso' large* *flfi5 Cieek-1 J'V ? 'M1Ja'kinsijll. .

j sing such mode of conveyance. .In all tDfr.caaef ,.35iiO.. Frrim=!TaUaha.see; Ky Salubrity >amjQ'iJB6y \\fieir credentials, are 'to He conveyed with'tut |lp/pqiijrn4woiWf e n the will b.' assigned to, bids proposing Bainbrid 48amUes land .back further charge: on mail lines'i ad mitt i'ng ibf'Uuchconveyance. ,,
routes ,;Jo :' .;?4L cheapest mode of iransr ortation. thrt- *time week. S ; y t y-- VrV4 22. When the mails are of such"size amt vr ijihta eontjuj'd io Capt., $
Li-ave.1 Tallaha Tiiur doy, Mail agents ire. to'ba conyeyetl without "'V V: \v S
ee every Tuesilay s b JWider]jlwrFf4rjint exp; *dient'w reler nce O & bCLAGHo
14; PBOPOSAtSPOR ahd Sunday; at'9' a: thath Bainbndjgc same charge pn thej prineipalr.railroad had steamboatlinps. ,V'hem,an i.,9prnvll" 1w oJionw! carVh r* M: I : VV JV $ V )
CARRYING THE 1LS'OF THE V iv IK re the iz.ftbe mails ami !he.numberof _
f .1 >
doysby5pm. S S hklriioiifh lie, ill
p nee, tlw periBr t highest, be
STATES from .the 1st, of. July, ? tliek offit-ers' will, /pquir? their ''employmerit 'byiljpilppnrtmppt f &IJSMEz
it: Lp'ave Bainbridgft every Sunday,.-Wednesday, preferred'erate ; to th* star but, in the etentota n- Agent,
4'4 |847, totheSOta Jane, ISal.'inclustye.jih Florida, ami j-'ridav, at, t: a m, arrive.at Tallahassee same ;, and iuibotrase separate apartmpnt diffprenrtftih'lhe cdniit.'tr. i idiflTewf in ra elb. ; V4 ZI VIACOyc.V .
will be received at the contract office of the Post for tli a rting. and! safe keeping frthe! ;
4i ltas with lh V V
i.'u,4 inierffre
: ilays 6y 3pm. .. J ji< tn <* p' Iieyof V
Offi Department inthe. city of Washington, im.til : v SV ;mail 1 iii to b *priivid fl by i be Contractor, under'Uie1diiection.of crrTbe
Proposal a for semi-weekly service will be con ih *.npv< law, .wbirhiJopJta'.lo n retJsi.pincu. ** .ttamerSAR.lJVSl.L
'a 9. a. ra., of the 10th Msrch, 1847, (to bede- 11CIPIeIII. the deparimenl.j ,, > t4' *. i 4 t.f f ran* poria'lf
1r8 cUed by the I.t.IyofAprd).onihn mutes and in 352K From'AInntieelloibyi 'Groover,ille, Ga.tto.Thomfsyillet31 .5. In nllca_ e* there is V ii' be B fjirfeUur of the to all wed'hVre the 'star f,M i* biade by ib> prr. ,
V-V S t -2'
.f jt the manner- and lime herein specified, *viz: miles nn | back, once. rwrek.Bjm. *JMy of the trip, when'the trip'is iwt run ; a forfpiture.ofjat .*,'ntitwkii r''f-linstock nn'lbV; route, Virttf tt'PH .tb4VP: '.slNdbIl sip ik St JL ivr.

} EORID4 ; -l aM.onn fourth paltKif' it'v ilien' n *, utirpirfetrjihes1w'ifie 55r1iuV rV
4 3501. From St. Auutine, by Jacksonville! ,and .. f .a/Sify.Jfyf.1 '"' ,- riinmn arrival is siifiirb *hud time I Jqe- V
or ,as to bid it j<, not exMt, in hi* rn*e.
Kirkland, to Su* Mary'*, Ga., 90,milos .and,)tack, "l arnve Ileave at Thrirnaiville Tnomasville ?"every ame doy Thursday by.5 p'ro.at 6 a m, t the'connr'zlon witIi V.**"drptnElllIxVrnaIl i, and 2 $ a* forfMtiir 23 On ro'.itm of jj* hi birnnj.' rb.ss. wi e'r.tinr.PorI''ina4 FJorlila and

; nee a week. ,. N adu : f1t1.4a ,5 'IILn arrive at Mnniirelln same day1 by 5 m';- f '' ( propirtiiono/r.it.lwnr.a > if nifon i' rrq nr.Kj' V *
''LeaveSr.Augn every Wednesday at2 a tn, p \14 rendered! inferior to that in ilie TIegid.rs.m
3522. From Quincy to Chattahobchie, 21 miles corUfacU; Iii.'* M-\My\ 'i1i? mails,'>h"pr ; ?
$ arrive tSV.t1r'nxtdaYbYI2th. Th *s.* forfeiture'* mAy be increased i'tio< penalifps' $ 'UsSTONCRj3,. }1f
cIrtP: ; ; V *"f Ti'6CP r: i in *p rinp lin| will lw, if M-cfMiiry, V.l.I
tftt1! LeavaSti'Maryf every Thursday at 1, p\mar-' Leave Quincy'every'.TueMlay-V and.Thursday j at: of higher amount! according to,!ther uajure or freiquenry ;carriprlui ; ru'azittent f'iIlt14eiiihau >MI ;_ -

::1Il FTi live at Su Augustino xtdayby ii p m. S 4Jp 55 rn, arrive atfChatjahyochie'; days by "9 v of tba failure and the**importance: Vr:. T -3 of.V the: she. inftri VS ir c Aplf ri.iutf.*, u'jf5t' however, lu V ,ib.pxwptton ;ii.ft; at D A. .M. on rarb week' ur.d yilI i||,T:
New St.Lacie VS P. M. iV'Satannab
1r 3502. From St.: Augustine by Smyrna, mi r u i' tnaIl ah'nv** tairili Va i.ihirli :
1 )-1 and Miami .river, to Key West, 600 miles L' .Leave'Chat tahnncbie every, .Wednesday and i6. Fjnetiln l'eVimrira'iIV unlesiihetleliuiqtwn- 24. A motliriration of n hid, in any nf in p m p- ici.f a;

$ if4 and back, twice a month. : Friday atl a m airiieatj[ Quinrjarnedayiby| ,6a cy he ,j satqac{ irily fxpUined.i i diif, |time, fer tin! trin; id.tantnm4ulujpln-n f nrwr bul; and rannnt arrive m Sotsinvin raryu>n Sunday vs.,
t "f Leave ,St. Auuitjn j on the lst ,jindJ5th.-of! m. ., faihng to lakjfrorn.. or drlivfrflf, ,a poj| iifHre. the p1trii1 iiert'.re'( reIalar r"m.reIitiliIi t'.enr.4' Cluideh'ii n trip st ,

'*t each month, arrive at K \Vfstfin seyen.days.. Proposal f fur tri-weekly- service; will be con idervn -: miiiV i'r any;uiirtt it ;\'Buffering jt to be wet, sftrr1thei mit bi'ur e'fVfeq. rpivn b'ftf. V in I i ; ,sjr(ha'i !jntIIjI(Step

: c LaypKPSVe'On tho13tiantl.23i1fYtacb :injirenY |Jul. or' dprn>yd'f,rconreyintJit'( in a *C. JOHNSON. rii n i 'n nin fnWa. raInnerj, whh

F ;' : month, arrive at Su Augni'ine in seven days. ;3523> ,V FromChatt V t -honchie, by V'4 Ochee j / I -Blountstowtij1 I pjace.or manner thatpX;! | n -'it'.tiu riepredatioa.; V .1 V i-j'f/ll si.' U'f r *im iirr G npaI.J V V.VV hbiirn & Wild,' '. fli Lip.. nt

:; for service once a month will be conj ** or.kjt&iyfe r. fu jng u/tnr demanija NI'W "rl of .
Proposals t.
c.t2 Iota', -and Fort "Gadsden. in ApaiMckicIlli t ; ; ciny' Pns5l 5, 1848 | whicji , idered. : r niailiiy.Hiiy conrh, railroad car or areamboitf ,, I VV
; t 150 tnk.snol back,twice a wer) rfronilot Ot'tn.bfr :"*c- I'rlS lw ; V
3503 From St. Augusiine to Picolata lS miles which V (IJ'4ftut rwI' irksa rYy tin* VV : 4$ :' V J VV Gasinn Jdoe.
j % t ilMt of June in fach-ypar, nd once;a; >y t"ek it run*' on rimtolbettind V V ieit return ti, BJac
;: :; and back, once week. the. resitlue. V V I the'jiprcifit'd iniimher of trip1 In 'tl) e'cofn.! S V In.Circuit' 'Court.FiAhlD., br tsiy tel Sainii.h.. V VV

: t Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a m, 5 : From 'lit Ocioher lolt! June.- irnrti : and for not arriving at thf- time,>ei; aniltfttiig V RASTKUN1 ( ( V V MME8. OF P4CJT8 'VTJe

:3 arrive nl PicMata same day by 12 ra. Leave Chhitab' ochie evpry\V,'dripday and Fri.- ,np or runniMC an expVeMiiiteli tIIflUsmitcomrnrcviI q9tTT ) .; 1 EItM. Jj846.v .'- yrs.irJ.! '"otWWi"* I' >..ftVKm.V|

.4 Leave, Picolat* every.Monday! at lop m, arrive day at 42 m'arrivo Apnlachicola nxt day liyLenvo enrei in'.adTanceof the rnai, 'a'' j U1CiIAT, DrVIw.r I. 1841;. I* tl..jHirt.| | rrg4atIc! rHry MnVUv4 V.
;s Pft at Augustine ,next/lay by.3 a m. 6pmPV :p iuiiv uill be exacted equal to a: quarter'* PR tA H rt.THOMAS DOUG IiS, HriCMNTO .t. fAma! ') iTt

; 4l U Proposal* for twice, alofor.tb.ree4"Umes a week.LpV' Apalachicpla every S Tuesday 'I am Thursday ** V .* > V slI'Vl.TeI&f.1n1. ..; *. V V V V V.: : B. r ACOrsTA. A.'W. ,. iit jjj

serviec'will he considtreJ.I *nf 5*n m. arrive a'f ChaUauoochie "next tluvs Ji1TJH5 P *iina ter :Generale may annnlvjilKMU.ll iheonlyet Di'nl Tanner, ) Ti V1zabdi..Tnnir j M> '4ic V II V I !
: .u.: ( u4Cfly ;
: 3504., From Carey's Ferry, by Fur Harlen.iNewnaniyilfe. byt1&in. J. *. "* ( f.r ? !!( ; fu the h AVIb )1t Dev..n-. V r! tu ON.1 %', ftym.trJ.i; *,

::J .. and EllUville, ,to Alligator, 80 >- From 1st.June tom Ortober. V JIIfli4 .; dis.iberirig !Iie in'tru ;io,;* eu ) S : Ii'.cY4'NxtH.: A.1.Sf&iIIbit.
; miles. and back,once a week. ..* Leaye Chntinlioorhie.every' WInesiJay ntl2 1 t' h .au m.nt; ( r ref'i4 ,, 'to ii iieiinrdeir TTl a'ppp"inn JT 5ie Ilaf| nti.fnriii n j-f t ho Court. ; :; r J.1y(4(

Leave Carey's Ferry every Tuesday at 4 p m. -m, aifive At AI'lVChICOlftVfHxt Friday Jiy \\ a mLeavei'A w hen 'qqjt4 Ii, I.e .lijin m.ni; lir Ii1tli.rVfptuIr tJbl'jhneiht fi'rwIrtM.'Kirtii! ,..iliTMMi.rfr rfl.- Brg IX( ii ci..'iit; iner,: rnaSfrJ t :

'S '?t4p arrive at Alligator next da> by 12m. palhchicofa every"Monday nt'9n m, arrive \ e. consent of itPninm ou? o/ the t'jlf-f ic poriiU[| nnil- |ifoiul'il>!' ,j"- ('bflhISftfj4frL

Leave.Alligator every Monday at 2 p m, arrive "at Chauahoacbir'i&t Wpdnewiay by llHm. rGeneral. ( o fur tiHg u1ut riiar4ng an'epe.i itictiofj of ilii. tutu ,I : O.x MOTION of R D rpii.ntKkq'iir CP4'I'fls"PV '''* *I"- fri
; Vr'rJ ? Hf| 4
frit 'r f<>rtheC ihi'Rt4Pj. af
I at Garey's Ferry next day.by 10am. Proposals for an additional weekly trip froni.1t anhforefnid. f I.S <*nfpIu1iiHht > Tr I *! *' ptefs *M '**>iiiu>rtHl>l.* n*. jv ii.U ,

1 Proposals for twice, also for three. times a week October to lufJnne will be considered. *" "" 8 Th'p'Piistmantpr Genp'ralrnay alter1 the controcf. -' V **! IT I* U V % tj % }, p'z etiiiv|! ii4 V 4b; >Up NtdWill

ervice will be.considered. < : .From.SuyJojeph's; t.' ApalBchicoIa". 25 and alter ihEuhe.lt.l..1Iie l allowing a pro.incren ORDKRKD, THat, h Kraringhr had on th fnrUrharc''il aom j1,; ihtieeliii. .. uS '
3505.' From Jacksonville to Alligator miles F of compriifnuon.iwithin'llw, re trtrv> in ihn ftiirl Hill 'CornfluiM l f H VIC
.I ;,;Jp S milf and bnck, twice a week from 1st October to :; V 4 3
t "li and- back, once a week.iim < lit June, and once in week, the tesidue of the (ionisirnjuude1l by law, Jri ,.jbj! > adiUtioiitl, erwicf 4nplumnnf: at tlhp nt-xt Tvf" of; ihi* o>'iri I'- Anil'if V fr "rfr-t*

: ; I Jacksonville every Tuesday at 6 p.m. year. ittIir., .. .I-gV.or' for the fncreae :ufguucrtl- : .T l. if thp: i cm. iht* mYrtr Deri>daiVluf
j arrive at Alligator next lay by 12 m. From Iftt'Octoberto lit June. piottnent'or nililitjoiiHl slock or carriers, renderediip j V mi'sb'n r if?,the -iwtfnpniartnf th'ei rnWD' pIknhi1.4.? ni fl4ICRlI& c_ ().. A, ,

: Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p in, arri"e Leave St. Ji>iepbN every Monday and Saturday
_t 'L.'t Jacksonville next day by 8 am. nt 7 a m, arrive at Apalachicohv same days by 5p. rejinquihjih] contract, oiiijirnHyinoiirpj ifl.e IT is FUATHKii O'RDKKr.n. 1rGit i ) :
0P It Proposals for twice, also for three timel a week in. 1.'V V V' S V prefer it to the chusge. Thpj l'o lma ter Q"4ra JY ,! .QiI.f! 'bi '4ts'! 'I 'i9IJlJ.V :

( service on this route.will becnnudnied. L. nve A pnleMchla'cvry-SInflny and Friday at mny annu! ih ciPitrart V ,or curtail the service, r prinlt-d. within lh. JyHn't Tr Ciri'iit of the

3&S (;; 1 350G. From Pilatka, by Grunge Spring. Fort 7am, i'rriva'at Sr/ Meph's 'atw' days by5 p m. and pay .when' hp imhesltrf "di-peaae1 with the ,110rFl4ci4,; ; P-r iiiopjici' oHlir. '4 riiMi/iFM/ IK". V lf bV v >?. SV' 'V

King, Long Swamp. Okahumka Fort Dade, and V From JunitoNt: October: *prvt
4' Fort Foiter, to Tampa, 155 miles and back, once Leave St. Joeph' every Saturday at 9 a m, arrive diflfere.nt"grade sf.rylcepnlhe routiy hp.alUm- I. OSCAR HAKT' Clerk .'fiaid; .Conn, >\\f li< rH>v (. V11V

week. J at A pajarbicoUjiame! day by 7> p m ins one mun'tirs extra pyon.tlienmiujiiti) il tHjr'iliiibJ'iv 'V fi-'ii 'ITW fiiy;| .ut'V1..bfsr

1b. Leave Pilatka every Tueday at 10 a m, arrive t'-aye Apalarhi/ola ever- Friday at 12 m,j atriyent with ; I'nIPTI of rjToril ,in siiiuI rilt4si a'i'e'it *'.s.I _

nt Tampa next Friday by 5p m.I St. Jn1.Wmarnp iI'syy10ji.m.. 9. The V payments tetHhoteadeihrotighdrnfii'on i Term of ini4I l C. rt. V $? Vx S

Leave Tampa every Tupsday at 10 a m, arrive "3525. From'Ba'inhri'dep. Gn.hyChurabndlii., post :offices jotliorwMe. after }expiration! ofear.h.qtiHrtert IN WITNESS WHEREOF. F hrrIL. )",": i S 'K M I NR V

: nt Pilatka next Friday by 5 p m. Uinggwld' M.,iriana3e'arlock'm** c prsug.fc Wil>bvileCampbel ( ," sa .in February RIayf Augut' anflN I S V i" PrL j144 \ *f

Proposals for twice a week service. will to con t on. Geiiey di. 'A I mi rant e Al ijfftn,. jLrtr1a.( >vemo*r. V **. *bll Co4irl jj Nt i lhi> C.'iflII.i.t' in wi"j/f lhCjlv! *.f> rJe3fi: .riMii* ,.f :>|rirli in, pnr: fw. ia iKfT
sidered. S town, to PVnjacuJa. J3l'"mile and bark, three lOrf-Tw 'df tiinrpsl are ''given' accordinjj to *'t{>Ubfiit I--- V1JeI.IftiIIe| 'tJ 'twphiy' : iniin iTiy vfOiCAll 'li** r, IPiiil''ilViiw>/, its j> ti'ri&i{ >*plm.
From Pitatka Mellon- inf"rmati.'h-bucne increased' will ii'pr9'4fJ.bira.s'L .D 146V S lupii < V. Snut
3507. by Enterprise, to time'riwe' pAy b-al> tJ.V, V iiuiiii MNTM du il.fi' (jn-ji'i*

ville, 125 ,nil43n&bick.5n.t'A week.1I' Velhei4aii4Friitnyat !lowed', 4h"uld* ih'y rroyejtol' s griatPrtiafl.} load- CV llAIll.' Ci *rx. ',frri'e

Leave Pilatka eypry Tuesday n't.10 a rn,1 arrive in, rrivR at PeI44a oa cvey "S.!!!If4, iX llhppnr inre c"r1eciJy aanjrd. t| iV i47. SV f V I : ;: iiLih' st..s. ,, i I;., ,I.* viiiV5Vj

.4 : at Mellonville next day by 5 p m. Tue411y. Frll )). am! Siirnla>.by 4 p tyi. ',11. :The Poima' ter .C.-n.-r4. It_ prohibitedby, -r.itt1JVjtIfll! Qr8tJtV! ;: Vtu tul. braafris&. 9
1 >' > i,1-- > 4 /J. lIe
I ,Leave Mellonville every Tlmrdny ,nt 10 a *n, ( & S.inda Tti1nj, niul law fioni Knuwiii'ly. min a contract for lietran i si.j ShPrhip.j. i ; i'Jf. V'V

arrive at Pilatka neat day by.5p m.. Fridayl n(8'a rnrarrive'i i iB>iuir ridgi everyT iesthe'route p4irtation of th mair' iihii ny' person1 lv'h.MII < / ii JL'1reAr. f Tl>m rr&''lNlimi'j $1VLhV'IflCIII'IU$1( $ an'rv4;
3508.' From M'llonville to New Smyrna. :30 ' :SIu. 3 AJN.3T4tStET. wiih ihw .U
I' pentrrdmtrt n n
; tlii's ]$; ; iny:c qihri Uon or pnPIWM" ,1U" VJ51 '". I V V
S S miles and back, onee a week; Pr0h.t1I ; CiHPIO I, at Chatlahoo- pr. !f'nJd'c' nMoRti.on.Vt.i! ,jirnvemtMpa.kin I itit'rm.theeitizeni ill unil m rnl i >r>' .ri;. VSV

: Leave 'Me'llonville' every Thursday at 6 am, :cjpfl 5; '" S VSl'r..po4al4 o.: anybij fijr.i maUiootrarl lyry; ; inf.Jae avjIi. : TlJ tMV.JnECd t,,
t, 5 fur week also(ortwke .>tn.T .V..r.I/ beha rrmlVrd.19 IMS thsirs Ii, 'iihjitr, V ftk uMll4l
arrive at New-Smyrna same day by p m. rnco a a p r..n or, peroim, or wn i shsillIavpmul.*> : $ biI1$4IJ9.
Leave New Smyrna every Wednpsday at 6 a m, tul b 5 4 t'i -Vserv3ee anir asreempnr1, or fiMfba e given'of j V/ornUMl,1/ V meiliuh1y a.tynm, the' .4 ,, : VLI41I l and familiar i h'e.rruW.i'.aaJI

S. S arrive at Mellonville sam day by 5 p m. "LFMJMIqInnJIbjVV! .Oik : nmnn QrprttmUed: togireor; perfurnu-any>on kli>iraiiuh> cenO? IJCi.IJI4CIVI.IVS% :r ? I"np 'aiw.!'y .

s4 3509 From Newnansville to New .River.-22milesand ttdrnPi'VftlltV 'tii: ; Vc1ie Ana,60 nibsa I tfon, tbInZ'WhIL..vr4IU induce;) '!W' .ih **FJfyjilii tiitPf awiil,fj and: i*, I rineipfr* >,f IftKafI,, than r lS |>"v
-v:1 backoncoawe'.k.' t *j A buck, once n tveejv.L'nve S ::1 V WrV1 TJ"m nIt('-ui'-1 f"ramnilfiurac -i 'ili !: ...* eigkai raprrn/ptniulirherit'.j' '
4 ; Leave,N wna'nsyif} viry.Vetlneday aVlP-n, Murianna every Thursday at6a'm. arrive P i1tl/ | iiIftt'tIn'ii..n( i calL-il ti'h." 28ih 'sectionof fld4'tI'il ; ; ,.; flflV : ; $ coor V Aw *crnrnfp MrriMjni of the-IbqnPncr 'n/W-

b i arrive at'N'vr, River same day by 3 p m.. at uchee.Annntay byS'iVni.Lpave the apMif |83ffprohibiting' combinations VoJ 1,Mr. Gihe wiuilsIsIi.. OVVIj; h"SshacIetPr! fciiel1fir,, njd lh.iIrtr.i'ii1

I' 1S. ;: vLeava New (River, ,every Wedneday ,at 5 a m.; Uc et'An/i.i/evf/ rV "fjupidajr at 6 n'm arrive rrrntbldjnx.,. V\ V Sf riiinVd: tu r.unfiriH A hi< iii IPtil. ion.in fiti i.rr, -xdnivr.lyllii ll.t! ; copy of$ $Jiirli rroonf. in 't" !

;ii ::2 arrive at Newnan vill.aol} <* y)7'-l2 m. : niMariar.na; n>*tday byf5"pt'm. V bil re'vet! after time,,to wij,; tbej IOb worUn .lhlo '1ranrNlr HP ri fMrVif'! filL %,,i II I lIe'r.n s..ffl1 14I, 4 trniimiiv,4 j

H :,3510 from ijtfewnanvile.! ,by Santa Fe, and 3527i. From,Mariorino, Jackort county. 'tc v St.ndrews fltV -9 muIrcIythl1t the.rPqtn 'banks? V ?.tjie.! ,ini .nJ toffy**,* l lytIuv.! gyql3rn parVnir'tfimidlnn.. wIi1u.y desire it.T&kM3 .

fi.4. 4 rtFanning, to.Cedar Keys. 103 miles and back \ Day; 60 niibs and buck?one*;'a we.'k. w11 fy iiwor I1laicomtHnesv j n ruiiti'* inin. ihVir patronage. and rruita that 1114 exertioos hrTnftprvllltM iVO1t 11I1iuiiot iwtz.va WKUlT 4

r once week.. Leave Mariannarerery Tbur* l'.y ,at-6 rn/.r. ; .. ompenfiuoriTcurfHnpPtiiKm b' 'c nilip.V) iW : *>uclra. lh>'rhprinii((.l' )lU 4* V ,; V tbn

t I Leave Ne'wnansvUle every.We.dne day at 7*. mvarriro rive at St?Andrews'Bay n<>xt day 4 y 63 m.-s '- riib.®ular priipoial 4S65 adfiiiCi From tag jjpp j j Ig.JffM, h M C'hitntun Bieie. 5 V 7

,$ E. .at Ceoar! .K"ys next day;by 7 p m., / Leave St Ami rAw i.Bay:M*very'TUPS day at.6 a- to.extravaant, ., ,.? < bimsf rnaipi'ieiii t,, pve silfarlion. Jind.> hi*- IfIflflflELG1PrJjCl$4I.5., V

S Lt I eave,Cedar Keys every Friday 6 am .arrive, m..arrive at Mariaaiwinrxnlay bv* 6pm, .> ; ,, VVJ 3.j 5 bi.Iuf miy. O/re/ where fhe,tr P.91q Ir) atgeif fteiiriw rhiNl rMeiariil fa. renioiiaCl IV '$! eIrLV
i atNewnansyillenexiday.by,6.p.m. S 3528. From .Geneva,, Ala,4 to Clay Bank, < V6, lion CTlle,! for In the'ailvehUraent. f* diSult'or"aWoWtcertrtifi asatrhpftVpnnirPi i'ts,$' $ F.cticls( grn a rq" rre

3511. From Newnan ville, by Fort Clark, W miles bark,4mcetfeek.' iatClay .. : t *foiWiiliodnjof MN. B. ana : } ;fn- : U t 1
5 $ the liesirtP Arty pnpil withdrawn from lie&l oni !#* '
I r.jT cahootie. and Micanopyto King, .64; !miles .LiviGenehreveryTde14layat"am; at rLi rteyancri UV i rn(U)fjhe'p iirt/exc.; fi/# :iilneif{
jf' anII.ckonceawcek. ., ., S BAtikiarovday hy. fuo. ir-y. V > .|; a.ipecfli'I wapbc ,tu i i, rnnstbsi % pi' IeaIInsIkkii4.i1uhI
.5 V L ave Nf vnanf till! every Wednesday.at, Leave Clay Bank every Monday at 9 a m, arjveat maypropose, .-V_ -'e-4.5'i : f1'i'P1'.Il1 he reifujrrd payfsl

w arrive atTort tCtn'pextjilayby S p.ra., ,;> ., Geneva samedayl! >y5 b.mJ irf ,tt: 4h1'nr! is ..&,.,. tneVllge'Yoarfj tbHlSS: % tC A'LDRcI&TORNEYS M *| Vrd rM.rt.tifib t ?*&*., \ u

Leave Fort'King every Friday 8 am, arrive S 35'29.i rom.iensar,by Hunv.Cnt,.Ma,.amL; at a *teamlKmi'tindmjWiWtnmayIP.t'mW'ntficaa ; AND, COSLLogs NY ni.de.Jnth.cJsarp sfMpiipiKnriierii
t1't idnataVseficv
.5 at Newnansville next day by 8 p rnt. Blakely, to Mobile, 72 miles and back, three time*. llt M s-X ...1..Jt*. jiuJo/erior mralefifcor .seI f 1 1 iii ptaCti44I Iii ltP e.ILw $ Ii ra<*e M r

S 3512. From WncahWie,, EmatblnCamp week; Jr \ >r-VS4( *i,* V *_ i L It ;"h1 J-4?, WPtP.f h.Iit1Iiiflhi! and.Kq'lhyi; fnjheiKa.trrn Circuit ? Floridi ,7.Si. < .- 'IkP piih ii'kTI'V"nI

SS- -anl, Homnsa. Ajigasta, and tChocochatie Pnsac laievery I SwuIa Tii"sAay,.a nil, ;at h.ui cit eepiirt irn ianhl Itrivisl. j'ro'dcrL Wt >. ( be Scl>o*>J, prDFrtIkd1r1v1IiI;
S ravfp.
Fort Dad. 98 miles jyidjiaek, nnco a weelc. Friday, nt 15 p.mj'.arhve ar.Mobile nexl day bjr, 11 iri.u i'k u __!' __ < V! VS .5rnt
Leave Wacabooiie every Thursday at,6 am, ft m- Vf' V V V 5 ? mail coirneiIn .lr b1bIiavinrrudVVliI: Pstr nai' Is solicited reap none, wf>* hi' ,

) arrive at Fort Dade nez4Satunlayby5 p.mf : Leave Mobile /everyVMondayThursdiy' ahd ? fli1r. LJ.I may ask ninriitigiimet1lIi .LIVV1NGSTONT& DOWNING, an unqiuilificd r.>nfid.'iice' m she AIrUJ4fMr I
Leave Fort Dade every Monday .at 6 a marrieS Saturday, at 12,C Ibe 'ri"pafe i -* 45

S Vacsbnotie nest Wednesilay n. m.. by7 a m. : .w SY pn. ,, 3. ? .' ./" am a ona pecultnrly bPI ronrl; but b ii er'Jc !'a! ..rHl ourffc 4ji I I lb4'$4'iIflIl4 ijpoff h fv,
3513. Frots Aingator, by.Suwannee.Shoars,, to ,Propo aIr foe daily .rvice will be rpnulcredi. yKm! Xfmai *? I V pri'oinl' jyt! me' j'erve 3 LV ilirent. -sn.I5 F'isty.in the Eastern Circuit of FlorpNp ''Thf.litulihnz is is jqpf. eoinmodwo' saJ fWH

5-- Bloont Ferry, 35 mile* and bark, once a week. 3530. From Key Wet. by Io Leave Alligator Thursday at. S.-a m arriva hadston1s. C.' 700 miles and bock i'l.'reil I. of j.- o. O.- F.' V
; 'S every (oncejafliPflth. { in eompetiiion wiiha re/fiilar/ bid -n.'t.4h S 'MR'V 1YtL.KPp V _
:-fl: ;- at Blonnft Ferry same Hay by,6y p*n. V JV V V V a a a cpiCiin.. wliPrf!! fl biwiiy ( VV rThe ffirnrinn nf wR.

; Leave Blmints Ferry Krulayat 5 a m, arrive L isviiKeyY..t irorn th.16ih in fb20ih.f fearhmnnth : of ihji aboV itlteratjon.. th" lHnbe'Wumaled n5II4II AUGUSTUS_ G1LLETT,. V ( ) ncr'5', 84I.lI'l! m Jierate.

t1I$4.; S.- ; at Alligator same.day byGp m. .. ,'arrive at.Charleitoo withalLpracikcable Vi Wcbmnhrliijit; 'wiilV .' _respl tol.k.Irirnibejrs i
2Th .3514 Frpm.AUgat| by -Wbito .Springs ,Jasp9r.Bf i -, ; V J F.T rcbg7in.DENSLUW < VJflj3V
despatch* -> / V pk.ftt4.1Lt i : a c* a'mfc ndV'ommi > .
>qtPoiA DiHiian/d. Cherry Lake.4CIifton,and (Leave Onrlestonoa the.Jst Haf.of:eacli.rnowb VV *: I one pute bid far ia a 5- J4yi 411:1 on.:; ofDeed V of yfSS: e &tae) '
Aocilla* ioL* onticeUbvI03 miles.andback? oner u! arrivttat.Ke-yVfoitiwitbnll praci icsbl4'spa&ci1 ii! !' ? V J : 0., (434fleCLViCU WktAZn wtYifor the jpie4fl$41S
S :- V 'Weekj : ., ,, / i Proposals,to embrace.Cap*Florid a an&Su Au:;? route,)the service. ,-!the> jearly nay ..Itt'rhI & \

# Leave Alligator evfryf\Vedne[ day atl.p, m, arrive gustine V vvillbiicxinsideredvlV V IK ,' buller 4 sLtffifh'' 1S a rf'iclehCP VV a V ad Th.a V tp of. eAch' 'ft V_ Jac1coiiic1Ie, F1dd V _:j l V1VV11Vtk V V JV VV r3 Sq4V44N4''JJJ,

V at Monticello rjfxt Friday by 8pm. V 3532 FmnifJCeyiWrstto' St.: Angostiim, 600 me'mfr&i(!ib* ,# : V ibe'VI$0tI I

Leave Monticello every Satird; y at-6 .am,, ar miles and back, twice month.. ,t.j. ,; ;he vjoI t'ri.: I-
- rive at Alligator next Monday hy;12 m., *. 8th n'I 234 of each ? 74fahigb t -VVVV-M ; e V sin Mq'rnhiP !
:i 3515. From Tallahassee St'Marks; 22 mttes.and m.ptih.5flrtpv! : .iayt.tlPI5n' iIeJd*) snfrnte.el.4t ,tiLc _, fTRVA7ftfl3pCnmuriszig Ii'hment'jn* tbn Southern cplpmenu ii
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back, three times Lviivq'Stv AugwstinoXn'Jhe 1st an3 t5in oj VS V f5I V -jt lill.
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I S i >-' T The but shoufli be. sent unIIS seal, *l1drP15.edV a. eni'rat nhltislie eonsi tin* of SSdiffirtraP' '
s: Leave Tallahassee ,fMonday, Thursday cachmat.nTriye4L si e.ndzya./ tiitrndurtnr7 inf
: JTery KfYf f n
:: A isiin ; ? ; 'Uii4.r.1 ; ; 1l Sterns nt Plough tae&i') A'
t < : Ikiii1ei ct HOP*, (various'
and Sa orday, atjT: a arrive St. Mrkssame PropMalfji
.t ; pv At tVrinjnaje$ rouio at. Pf.'lLKiys Maui ,
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iO S ( : *; D ttvy 4I17i1 Chjkiiut Shb* ittsJnd SjWfr %
_ S days by, a m. V \ Vv j- it Ilead ijf St. AuzufUne, wJlJ beconsufprpd.
l *f' Jll i*' **-jt.i i> -j ** !) and i1nnwre lSr3rt
5 > V : I fris.| PateaLaAtl' Amff r
Leave St, Marksevpry Monday. Thiirdayi! .and V
(dllRnicci1mhV -1! ? JSB&I'; S V rsP.'rnr ,, Ion4iier.c&t Reap llo.ks. G/airfTCraarM.\O ShrlIff*. Sj
Saturday at 2 Talalja4seeisame) 4c.
p. $1
V in.fIor| days by 5pm. 5V v35l6 the conditjonjor inf iiumed to tbo. etofth j'17>Th-'c tractVnWA7bpe: Vcutfe'byoy' ,
nFrpmiTai hasse by Kew Porf and Si. > f IAtiwiedte," 4B'4gi ii I., I-I JL7'"AT"r.J 4T1'W a IL'cUflVPX'riitt
> < '! : flflIt% L Hire the lic'JalyneiU'-' Vr> 1/: tliut
: Joint-3 V Vt ;WV3 _$ TflaiDrybLt LIihiu aad Scatt'-> [ Chiirni/JT f Cotloo GlnN Sat 6u
Marks, toSheJl % ijesandback, jhre?, It"C
_ nnI from Quincy, 12 jniIe&.an4b&lc '
t I 9.tPdisrnaItevs atnicem ituate4 V I &inr.I'b S
times;week'tpTJjJf r ? t .at P.**?**a, .%!VK-1) hirssIdue.,1 oc'avi'ek- V upnin.jrnk T E ty "CI
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and Satonlay *tsm 5- V V V that actto be. $ Mifir exact tnIb1M large' ra j
me Troyrfr'om Coiumbusf S miles and back btice
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a di-iift frontvVbVnlnrWl t.inl'l aTayjflga14 V .. %'iiW..w S I
f : S Wjll''fl'4Ut*" Je th'er? IV *
__ days.by ft p.m.Fnday week > Iiii <* 4* *"'n -
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: .5 : > > it1 wiihfjjle ftWll'i"- -"- -- ** ,. jIV.pt18tH Glrn PowUer?SU. Bar *
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I ? .V inate [rem Ilie railroad bymait PAP11'RINTING.aad Writ
V IV1 V ) meiienjeni frpfn
_ I4eT $ rF' ; S V V Fsrmr-forat wb.i JjasIrom adverzLss'.. and afiershe lstJuly net. 1d4e1J1_ V V 5 VVVIVS! .5, iCa,

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$ 44 / ;4r 'irfe TheIbil 'ieb V
)bitju tHK JawesilbiddfrjiuttdefuJtf uatjrCJ S rece tt
Leave.Shell TdafsWryiSatanlay Rtl p ra, ar* ft.r.htpflCt. wHli
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rif it Newport sam 14> y 6 01.1 1 < ., O Hosdte;
r esdenciWerefrop t cirrismai1nn 14 rl'e I
S Propol ita>x4endl the tri.weekly service:toSt. h7 In ; eitftnIr1i1 ;cftl0battcftr; *rlttnnjyfr Lepjr. t; _
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