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

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be ,.s certained, notes and stock
the reqo1Jlte sum may I' -- authorized bv, this act:
to"WSSiSSJot our terms marked rthezient.with the number :iiAVTR1TY.. thereof have been made"payable.' who may' be authorized to receive,the 'Provided-That, no compensation- -----shall---- t

rSe .ued.will be ontlnued.until forbid US2ZPUBLIC Sec.'6. And be it' further enacted, said treasury n)te$ on:behalf of,' and as be made: to'any officer whoso ,zahiyisfixed !
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'req I.-1ft That the'said 'not.esshaU be '
treasury' agents anyCapacity for the United by'la for
(or. arceud preparing, signing, or
&irP : win be charged for all announceJits received in payment of all duties and '
:: '"cittllan for olbce. igreU.. Statesas'to.th"safe': keeping, disposition .issuing treasury. notes, or certificates of J
of candidates taxes laid by the authority'of the United return anl stock.
for Six Months t I $IJ X. t cancelling the'said 0
ODe Notice.quare.Co Debtor and Creditor. i t WgAwtfcstioii ( : [ -No.:,4.] of : 'States,'of all public lands sold by notesso paid toand. received, 'by them, Sec. 21. And be it further enacted, )
treasury -
for Letter notices Administration will be inserted efatui-, An Act authorizing the.issue the said authority, and of all debts o' :respectively: arid as'to their accourits That it shall be, and hereby is, made '
AUrelijioas and for other I
U-VI1.J.U:: will notes, a loan, purposes. the United States, of any character and returns to tie department of such the duty of the Secretary of the Trea. '

!O'" admissable personal communicationa and whatsoever" which may be due and pay receipts as mayseem: to him' best calculated sury to cause a statement to be published I
lie charged as advertisements. the Be it enacted by the Senate able at', the :time when said .
itT AU bills for Job Printing must be paid on of the United treasury to promte the public interests' monthly of the amount of all treasury
Delivery ol the work. .Dressed wOILLETT House Representatives notes may be so offered in payment;and 'and convenience; and secure the United note issued or redeemed in pursuance '
BJ-: AU communicaixms$ rout be States of America in Congress.assem* such credit 'shall be States'and. '
< .u.. .on 'every payment the htlders of the notes against of the provisions of this act ,
HAZ/ARP. & y :
= bled, That' the"President of the given for the amount of.'the 'principal fraud and bsses. and 'that the power to issue treasury

NOTICE. States is hereby authorized to cause and interest which,on:the day of such, Sec. 12. And bg it further enacted, notes conferred on the President of the

ALL person, having Dal demands el', late apinst of Columbia the E- treasury.notes, for such sum or sums. as payment, 'may be due on .the' "note or .'That,. in lieu of the notes authorized by U. States by this act shall cease ,and

of Peter*ill pr .ent the same within the exigencies of .the government may notes thus,given in payment.Sec. this act which ma} be redeemed, other determined six, months after the'\.u y' .
'CuuRydecea1. will j be bar.pel but,not exceeding: in the whole 7. And be it .further enacted be tI
,i moctbi to the subscriber, or they require, of notes may issued! Provided, howev. uhahge"ahcl ratification of a treatyTof: .
(orerer. amount of notes issued, the sum That every collector,'receiver of public er, The amount of such notes out stand. I peace with the republic of Mexico''

THOMAS Adminiitrator B. FITZPATRICK E* officio. twenty thr e millions, of dollars, and: : of moneys, or other officer qr agent of the ing, together with the stock issued by Sec. 22. And be it further enacted : ,.

111irator. Feb. 19th. .847. 6tn' denominations not less than fifty dollars i United States, 'shall, on the receipt of virtue of the thirteenth and sixteenth That it shall be the duty of the' Secre- I ;

-- for any one note, to be prepared, signed, any treasury 'notes in payment for the sections of this,act, shall not exceed the tary of Treasury to report to Congress I

havine NOTICE.demands against the e.- and issued, in the manner hereinafter 'government, take from the holder thereof : sum of twenty three millions of dol! at the commencement_ of each

ALLpwons C. Clyde. late of Columbia I provided.Sec. a receipt on the back of each of said : session the amount of treasury notes.
i lars.Sec.
/>,?,., deceased, will present the same within. 2. And be it further enacted,. notes, stating distinctly the date and 13. And be it further enacted, which have been issued under the provisions
. tit months III the subscriber, or they will be bar- That the said treasury notes authorizedto the amount' received, and shall keep, That it shall be lawful for the holders of this act ; the amount redeemed ... I

-4 |fore'er.THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK. be issued by the first section of this according to such form as shall be pre- of the aforesaid treasury notes to pre and the manner in which redeemed

Administrator. Kxofficio.Aggator. act shall be reimbursed and redeemed scribed by' the Secretary of the Treasury sent them, at any time to the treasuryof ; the amount -purchased, and of ,

Feb 19ih. 1847. g- by the United States, at the treasury entries of whom received ; the number the United States, or to any assistant whom, and at lieuof which redemption \ t

'Slle Sale ef Town Lotsi ia Tampn.- thereof, after the expiration of one yearor date, and respective amounts of treasurer, or to such collectors! of the they are reissued, with the date .of I
BT .n Order of th. Bonrd of County C mmis.loners of- two years from the dates of the said principal:und interest of each and every customs and receivers of public moneysas such reissue during the precedingyear. I

. f in Tampa of Hdl-will l orough he. offered County at n Public portion Sale notes respectively ; from which said. treasury note thus receiveJ ; and on delivering may be designa'ted by the Secretary ) :

. !?,hTfir t day of the Spring Term nf the Circuit dates they shall bear such interest, until the same to the Treasury shall of the Treasury ; and the holders of the Approved January 28, 1817. I

c-art for HilUb-rough C-unty being the second they shall be respectively redeemed receive credit for the amount paid, as said treasury notes shall be entitled to JOHN W. DAVIS,

. M...d'J in April nea.Atft's' SIMON FURIAN.flf'Cil..nt : as shall be expressed upon the face of prescribed in the last section, provided 1 I receive therefor the amount of the principal Speaker of the House of Representatives.
the said notes which rate of interest shall i certificate GEORGE M. DALLAS
If the Board of County Commwsloner ; no error appear. of the said notes in a or ,
( ,J'". 29. 1847. 8t upon each several issue of the said notes Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, certificates of funded stock, bearing In- President of the Senate.

j}u'npii'S.Mnh"rn Journal copy.IIOLMES shall be fixed by the Secretary:) of the That the Secretary of the Treasury be, terest at six per centum per annum, JAMES K. POLK.

CO. Treasury, by and with the advice and. and he is hereby, authorized and directed from the date of such presentment of .
& .
, approbation of the President ;' but shall to cause to be reimbursed and paid said treasury notes, and for the interest Twenty-ninth Session.Conjjrress -SecoB& .
. "'t!fS5IlSIIOLIIS HwU of: :Mprrhamlizo& CO.. have to the removed largeLiJng in no case exceed the rate of interest of the principal and interest of the treasu-, shall be paid in money ; and the stock I. IN SENATE. .
l' their
. (mprly occupied by th* United Slates, six per centum per annum : Provided, ry notes which may be issued by virtueof thus to be issued shall be transferable February 13, 1847. '

"iqi* I4I'. fi,,v<*rnni< nt B..ildinTbpy have That after the maturity of any of said this act,' at the several time and times on the books of the treasury : Provided, Mr. Westcott addressed the Senate 3
.adfod to \l1.-ir !stock by tim late arrivals from notes, such interest shall cease at the when the same, according to the provisions however, And be it further enacted, follows : .
1 >>. Y.wk. n full ft.c"flrtment of Dry Goods, Gro- expiration of sixty days' notice, to be of this act should be thus reim- That it shall be lawful for the United l
Mr. President. The
I .mifoJ. Han'.wari Itw\'hinn.i &c. &c.. which .. : .. : topics legiti- .
ttKiirr prepared IS> *..U l Ht reclllrf'llpri.<:c.'fII. given at any time by the Secretary of bursed and paid. And the said Secretary tates to reimburse the stOCK" thus.f crea.ted roately involved in the resolutions.

I fbcj are n me p't'f'an"CI to purchase Cotton, the Treasury, in one or more of the is further authorized to make pur- at any time after the last dayof fered by my colleague and those,illegitimately \

HNM.! ant mh.*r piwlnre. or the cish country advances) at !onr42J1nn14at heLlwt principal papers published at the seat chases of the said notes at par for the December, one thousand eight hundredand thrust into this debate are all I ,,'
niitl make
;: MarVrl* to raTe'their (.i..nlle in !Savannah and of government, of a readiness to redeemthe amount of the principal and interest sixty seven. interesting, and most of them impor j It'.4.

, CinrkfMn." or New \Wk. same. The reimbursement herein due at the time of purchase on such Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, tant. iJ

They have a RelY article of Wrought Iron provided for shall be made ut the treasury notes, And so much of unappropriated Th'U it shall and may be lawful for the The liberty of the press"-the true' J j I

. n....sh.-1 .which they. wuuld respectfully call of the United Slates:> to the holdersof money in the treasury as may be necessary holder of any treasury notes issued, extent and meaning of that phrase ; the \ J
{ l'Isnterg.Jrl.
(!attention...uvilI.1 Kny. 6. if the said notes respectively, upon presentment for that purpose is hereby appro or authorized to be issued under this rights and duties of tho press ; the t

would--- and shall include the princi. priated for paying the principal and interest act or any laws heretofore passed, to rights and powers of the Senate ; the !; II

: : give DR. notice AMBLER that ha has pal of each note, and the interest which of said notes. convert the same into certificates of duties and obligations of its officers to the ; "'

\ DEffl1ST located himself in Jack-, may be due thereon at the time of pay Sec 9. And be it further enacted, funded stock upon the same terms and Senate, though not acting as such officers j .,

.-""willililhe' practice of IVnUMry, and having ment. For this reimburbement, at the That if any person shall falsely make, in the same manner hereinbefore provided i. but in their private capacity; -" .

...,\\for bucinf" ifltrrl in the place,..intends inTn time and times herein specified, the forge or counterfeit; or cause or procure in relation'to'the treasury notes authorized the duty of those who have, by the

, %.\ru'iunj iiht',"u""t>.,nv other winter place f'Pili..nr.in' .the vicinity, Hrasin, in faith of the United States is hereby to be falsely made, forged, or counterfeited by the first section of this act. courtesy of the Senate, faY'ors-or privileges .

Jif jhi ally* w'y ("Turin;to ,h.. community tln. general solemnly pledged.Sec. i or willingly aid or assist in Sec. 15. And be it further enacted, 'if you please-extended to

... ;dvantars| uf a permanent nsidenc 3. And be it further enacted, falsely making forging, or counterfeit That the authority to issue treasury them, as to the use of those privileges, '
*;. All Hf.mtiun in fleutist4-y performed!! and That the said treasury notes shall be ing, any note in imitation of, or purporting notes authorized by the "Act authorizing are the sole questions that on these re- t.

Ii- ..rr.hlrd. entire set. prepared under the direction of the Secretary to be, a treasury note aforesaid or an issue of treasury notes and a solutions should properly have been de .
. rh*f\r..m a single one to nn
.a.. Xof 27./ Ii. if_ of the Treasury and shall be shall falsely alter, or cause or procure to loan, approved July twenty-second bated. '

11 .: : _Causitt. signed, ou behalf of the United States, be falsely altered, or willingly aid or one thousand eight hundred and forty- But, sir, we have had the question or '

Runaway TAKES UP Negro ninl committed to Jail a by the Treasurer thereof, and countersigned I assist in falsely altering, any treasurynote six, be, and the same is hereby, extended the next Presidency-the annexation r

gnimnn ,.'..11.1 25 >earsof.eF", five fi"eti by the Register of the Treasury; i issued as aforesaid, or shall pass to the same period fixed for the of Texas-what and who caused the war '> J

-K: *i,i.fh..c in hrig'.it,brtjht black, slightly and that. those officers respectivelyshall i utter, publish, or attempt to pass, utter treasury notes authorized by this act, in Mexico to "ex&f"-(this$ I believe,
."... th'l |""Iflrlll.1 rk lI.u1..I.1 given the his tim name of 84 his ISAAC orre.t;, as checks upon each other, and I or publish as true, any false, forged, and upon the same termsand conditions is the court phrase)-the conduct of '
Nt. 'Iifit' at
I I timd 4t4 thithe h'lons to \V m. P. Craig of the to secure the public safety, keep seper- I or counterfeited note, purporting to bea herein specified : Provided, That the the war-the three million secret-ser- .: ..

Nptsi'; .. HilUlKroiih county. The owner is ate, full, and accurate accounts of the i treasury note as aforesaid, knowingthe treasury notes authorized by this sec- vice money bill-and. the exceedingly tl

. d .1'1et1lrd tie rome (forward prove property paj number, date, denomination and amount same to be falsely forged or coun- tion shall not exceed five million of interesting and vital question ,what con

;: 1cwrge) ,and take him away JOHN PARKER: of all the notes signed and countersign. terfeited, or shall pass, utter, or pub. dollars. stitutes true Democracy under this Administration t t ,

.fit SWiT( HiIUbornu county. ed by them respectively, which said lish as true, any falsely alteted treasurynote Sec. 16. And be it further enacted, -mixed up with no small If/'

.Oft'_ _t 1m... U.. !. Septemlwr, 4tU. 1846. If account shall be entered in a book or issued as aforesaid, knowing the That the President, if in his opinion it quantity of pungent and spicy person

Tf. For Sale, books, to be provided for that purpose, same to be falsely altered, every such shall be the interest of the U. States so ality, all foisted, and 1 must be permit. It

A VALUABLE piece .%land, containing and carefully preserved in the 'I'reasuryDepartment person shall be deemed and adjudged to do, instead of issuing the whole a- ted to say, quite irregularly, in this :;
lVi, 212 : situated Fleming of and being thereof con.. of authorized discussion.We U
acri-H eli-ilily; on ; and also similar accounts, guilty felony, mount treasury notes by
l", .JJ..r,on Iso St. J' hn<< liver.. For a description kept and preserved in the same manner, victed, by due course of law, shall be the first section "of this act, may borrow l have had parties counted off on j! ,
.. 'tWUn-1.. also fur ,
fir the wit terms
t.1 aire0f Dr.Duality A. S. III.I n'lb. Jacksonville, or orf1ff. of all the said notes redeemed, as the sentenced to be imprisoned and kept on ihe credit of the United States this floor by one honorable Senator, (the I;

-hit Iscrilwr at Wan:', L.k., Mnrion county, same shall be returned and cancelled ; 'to hard labor for a period not less than such an amount of money as he may Senator from Tennessee ;) names given jH

id'! fJn d.. S. F. HALLIDAY. and the Treasurer shall further account, three years nor more than ten years, deem proper, and issue therefor stock of to them; leaders-or at least one leader t

4* ._Ocr..bf.r-S 1846. tf. quarterly, of all such notes delivered to and to be fined in a sum not exceedingfive I the United States, bearing interest at a designated ; the position, principles. i

Notice. him for signature or issue by the Be- thousand dollars. i iI I rate not exceeding six pertcentum per motives: and no very flattering vocation, t

( K "TUAdministrator's. creditors of end gister. The Treasurer and Register of Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, annum for the sum thus borrowed, redeemable assigned to that .supposed party ; ,and t

,,.;. *>* per.oo. entitled to distribution in the E'tRIPit I the Treasury are hereby authorized by That, if any person shall make or en. after thirty-first December, bold prophecies promulged as to the '.
iIth Werks deceased and to nil persons who and with the consent and approbationof grave or 'cause or procure to be madeor eighteen hundred and sixty-seven course it intends to pursue.with respectto

...,. Ja1,qatPl'Ht hue any in .claims.'\i.1 estate or demands that unless whatever. the game against be the Secretary'of the Treasury, to engraved, or shall have iu his custo- Provided, however, That the sum so measures,recommended by the President \ :

M*' .lribitpil or deposited within the period of two employ such additional temporary dy 'or possession' any metallic plate en borrowed, together with the treasury and i in, relation to the approch- ,

t. .)'vs froi&ttk.' day October 1845 they will clerks as the duties enjoined upon' them graved after the similitude of any plate notes issued under the first and twelfth lag Presidential canvass. 1
. 't4liirrpd. sad tuVt I will apply" to the Judge of by this act render necessary from which any notes issued as afore- sections of this act outstanding, and the Mr. President,.I desire to say a,little I'

:.-f: IProb..tel rdIJ in Ii October HUUborough 1847.County for a final on this discharge fourth I'. Provided, Said may number shall not exceed said shall have been printed, with intentto stock created by this and the thirteenths on all these topics ; I say all of them I
IL I ction of this act shall not in the for notice of no one of them, since they
S,, anxq m) wd; iitralion. v five, and with a salary of not morethanut use such plate, :or cause or suffer the '
,'\r "\VILI.IAMVEEKS.. AdmV. the rate of twelve hundred dollarsto same to be used in forging counterfeiting whole exceed the sum of twenty-three have been thrust upon the Senate,shouldbe .
_Tampa Dtc.a5.i84fi. 6mmurAwlllstrator's each of the notes issued as afore.earn millions of dollars: And providedU I omitted by any Senator. who. .in ing. '
annum. I
any ,. -
per _' __ a' t. :.1. '
t I'I' i ? L! :& J. further, Thatat no stOCK snail pe issueu les in this debate, unless, he wishes, to i
Notice. ms U
iirrtfin or snail nave cueiuuy \
creditors, inter Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, conceal i till a less..hazardous
THE duiribyiee and others blank note or. notes en a less rate than par. : iJ
: reI in the Eitate of William McCulley, That the Secretary of the Treasury ,is possession any: crisis for expressing .his :
(:s.-t <* 0( K sau coontj, Florida.. decaed, are hereby authorized with the approbation graved and'printed after the similitude ,Sec. 17.. And be, it further enacted may 1
i...: **/ cued aDd admonubel t&) be and appear of the President of the United States of any notes issued aforesaid, with That the interest on the stock. created' opinions. wish ,
sir I .to just enough
W befomtU HonorBble the Judge of Prof 'such blanks orsuffer shall be semiannually But, ,> only say
intent to' use .or cause by this act.: payable .:
be issued of the .
,r.i *** to to portion .
"" e&t. of Probate and no more than enough, to
Court Rut '
county 1\1. the same. to be used in forging the first day January and Ju ,
held on
. auheCoun Hous the said treasury notes aitl President may the of
insidcouniy on place; myself before, people my;
the i issued
ip' Tj *Ioaf.7 ill April 1847. ami chew cause, if think expedient in payment of' debts or counterfeiting any of notes f ly in each year. and before the ,country, in 'such, ;
"'::1.1 ; thf1 ha.... why I should not be dischargedflfurUierailminutiationof due the United States to such public as' aforesaid, 'or'shan have in his I Sec. 18. And.be it further enacted, State. find
by '
attitude can no
J folsehood npo-/
J r. Estateof stock be issued ,
J. .... the creditors or other custody or possession any paper adapted (That the certificates. of to ;
.r. WaiJatoMrCulley, in pursuance of an ap- persons, as may to the:making of,'nt sad similarto under' this act shall\ be signed by logy for misrepresenting me.
1"&b". and them to b* made by roe.to said choose to receive such' "notes in, pay 'which and theSecretary Mr..:President, ,as to the liberty of* I
i such notes of the ,
M., };. R. ALBERTI Adm'or. And the the paper upon any the Register treasury
meat, ns aforesaid, ot 'par. there is .no. Senator on this:
Weodtoclt liJla. Sept. 18, ,1846. 6mMWM Secretary of the Treasury Is further .shall,have been'issued(J, with. intent to 6f the Treasury shall cause press, is citizen in the Coofe-v :
floor-there .,no ;
1 A.tIRt authorized with' of 'the .use,such paper or'cauSe: or sufFer.the each,of said certificates to. be sealed" ednucatipn ; j
a1strator'. Nodee, the'approbation: who is inclined,from
,4 SIX MONTHS alter 4atP 1 shill present fD'It. President of the United States, to'bor ;same to. .'.be used, forging _or counter- with the seal\of his,department.Sec. deracy, and ,from feeling ,of Itr ag'I I I
... 6a ;: 411 aocl youcbu., a. administrator of from timet time such 'sums.as feitingXriy: of the notes' issued as afore- 19, And be it further, enacted, : uphold 'in? 1
;J t John Roberuon, late of Columbia row stock which partiality_ for the press, to
of ,
; 4IIra" y. decaieJ1to the Hon. Judge'of Probate the President may,think: expedient, on >did, every. ..st.Jcp r8 n1 being thereof That for..the payment ther visions, of its just rights than I,am* ,I will ,state, I
Jaw shall under
of +
** eottcty,fUt final settlement of said Ea- tho' credit of such notes';' Provided,: convicted_ :by due course maybe" creat: pro l landsare sir. ..even _at. the risk,of hating egotismimputed -
9' 2.l:1 n&il M the atne.iitne apply 1.rlette,.orOOo' I however That' .no treasury notes shall )J be sentenced to ,be imprisoned, andkepe .this act, the ,sales of the public ;. that my father was a..
r, 4 wo.. such administrator or..bb per-' be pledged, 'hypothecated, sold; or 'disposed .: :fci hard; 'labor> for a ,term. o.l. l lessthan hereby pledged.; and .it is hereby. ..i to me, and the.edilor of different .. : I
JKfcrtsied in said! desired 10 lake oC the practical.printer ,
. I Estate' are than ten. made .of the ,Secretary ,
: Jtftree years ,nor mpre tthe duty
1 of from 1796 ; :
t JAS. ,ja. ROBERTSON !anywise, .co ; 4ny :purpose .Democratic: presses,
.. :16.1846. .. I for ;, la fined In a .sum. not, .eiceedfog Treasury to use Q.D.pp.ly, 1l.1.J19neY8. .
vt. "MminisLrator.jc ; whatever, dirpctly.:or indirectly, any lear received ntothe,treasu, :to 4806; l Inboyhood, I was put to .
.tctIR..t.strator'8 OfoUcc; 'sum'less t,hnn the; th o\lnt.of such notes,. five'thousand: ,dollars., ,,, I which' maybe learn the 'trade under a ,Democratic;, -
.... S' -MOTUsaftdsw1ll tnaka appli- including ;:the" principal and' interest .SCC.!;U, ,And be jt further enacted, ry! for the sales, oftbe, public .lands a( editor: and .since.i ,I adopted another
*L' .. --10 the Honorable,J u ,..of Probate for, thereon when: of That,the Secretary of the pCreasury,be. ter the first,day of January, eighteen' ; from .inclinatiGfl.v \
"': Cornit7 nI Hassan/ur final settlement and disposed first, ,to_ profession/J have ; .
a authorized'tonake pay .
". an.d heisbTerCby hundred ,and forty eight ,
Jf 1.t Sec. 5. 'be jt further' enacted Us connected
, :aCt of ny accounts and voucher* a. drnintho And ) ( generally ,been more or ;
: shall be' !' and I issue from'time to time, s.uch,.in? the interest ,on,all .stocks isjuedby .tad '
.. :01 estate,William C. O'Neill, late That the'sd, treasury notes : ; ,directly indirectly\ with political > ,
COunt)", deoea*.dt and for n: nal diichargenistration transferable,by delivery-and Q83Jgnmentendorsed ; suucijttffs.( ?ues, ..an l ,regulations to of this,act ; :w i 1 .secondly, use 'democatiC5papetJ.: .Mnyofthe ,5.. ,;
..r t ICJ von saidssUtiy : 'the olleQtor cetvera ofpubJic the balance' of said receipts, .after.pay.
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II thereon the: .to: seerai | have Carm'i
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WILLIAM WlNGATEAdinV. :;oy ; in the '
: ajid,all othersr. the j interest aforesaid pur I
MOT.4.luQ: : ; #- ," jiD; whose' order rt Amp shall ba &e face; ; ; xnobeyi aepoaltarJ> jl19 .

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$$1,, ;f.-i .-Jif.. ;,,b ,. v >_ Ti i l iS i- Senate as possessing any character, defamation say the courtesy 'cannot't>e' \ compatriots' of San* Govtrnmenti. '_"':" tefel' "
ti ; rlt and writer i 51 yfeeling3 sYlUp2ltlies, of which, cai; ''be made, hesubject by,its_repeal .thismode by tho battles of the ,: 'hare been combined! anil thej tllLi
i ana partialities, :lire gen talIy of a prosecution, criminal.or ate) "you1,", have 'allowed them s ; 'orl The,editors of, concentrated; ,influence piacTi) t'
:iw with em;and 'shall ever,, I trust, be civil. The seditfoiiHaw ',sought ,to'establish vor. p1-' t.'r'c' ; the, acknowledged" the .control or, a ,single ihdtJfd Af
..found firm in protecting, their,. rightful a' dirTerenCprinciple.V In 'this yftlKScnatprs contend, that d ; responsible for the Fire millions of dollars _,, '
; s 'privileges' against ,encroachment from it was wrong.. The Federal Legislature ate cannot withdraw this in it, whether pur the hands' of Government! by :
any'quarter. x exceeded its constitutional: powersin granted,. or, regulate it aa 'the or anonymous.-. .vfdual J, and' upon, a. pritaiel Yai.-L.

.1 : jtat ,while I would\ defend, the. press enacting It wn* a subject over may consider, : best:, comports so responsible ,when matter about which, accordingteV
::4 : I ,in the fair and proper exercise, of its which 'it had no j risttcti.>n. convenience and the public such articles. If Claytoft, of'' Delaware ,no 01* htc*'
: rights, lathe full, and, free and liberal ,But what can !that jaw-or its.t principle r But for the practice hitherto : of the Union, in tight '!O, form an.opinion, uufeuLT *
4 discussion of public measures, and examination *.have to do with tie. resolutions of whether,"founded on 'a 'rule or ribt him by the'poste member, of one *of the wmmfai,'
of.the conduct, public men, my colleague ? No, nore thanone of ,printers of the Senate would"like ,' (with some' (,ongress. Mo /W-tefof *T *
jY; ; I will not, sustain it when, < instead of s the old blue laws of Connecticut, or one citizens have to, take their ,to nfford' im such jvrtunity for influence I Five miii 4 M.
i: ..tt such fair discussion, it habitually''des ,of the papal bulls prcnibiting the publication getting seats in the public 'ra' t explained, of dollars is a large sum of 1Io '"
It ,cends to scurrility-makes defamation of Luther's .writings. I was the.reportera1 gallery. If ; publication,.while The Government, at beat, is adral
sit .; 1J its daily vocation, and ,licentious.abuse surprised to, bear inyfriend, ,the honorable -! ,ate deems it,beat to make both for the' first' part of tercd by men,; and, unless I u_
:i-t .. and assault on private reputation, its fa- Senator from Ohio, referring to commonand public, and not,\ as" ) of my' colleague de has changed since ,the days of jj
vorite weapons of assault. that law.. I know he would not seek reserve one for the reporters, be a I libel, 1 should Cresar, we have high authorIty; ?
I,1i: ,When,any press thus degrades itself, to ,mislead l i.. ,public pinion, or excite the printers the :Senate and cx t1lsion. If he belief that men can always be 'W tie
; when it thus disgraces the, country, unjust ,prejudice, arid I presume ibis porters, would still have, the same, : publication of the money. It was a novel arcomjul J*
every honorable printer, every true reference, :was inadvertent( in the hurry ,and he same privileges as any' though I hold .that a member should rise ill hi, !
J friend of the profession, and of the liberty debate., ; Surely hi could not seriously citizen, but no'more.. The for all communi- and read to the Senate or.the United-
;J ;9q or the press, will not sustain such have meant to likin this resolution to under consideration does not prop that, appear 'in States-just as the vote on the',
'ir1 press ; they will, rebuke it by just,censure a prosecution underthe sedition law of' deprive Mr.: Ritchie, of any such have been dispoSe bill }va, about to be taken-i be t
:ci and, if it persists, it should be a- 1798. Wehave hid also Judge Peck'scase lege or impair any such right. the same c.ourse. which forbids a Senator to vote -he:.
: voided as affected with prosy. referred to by the honorable Sen- goes to withdraw a courtesy has been done.- his interests are intuited. The

With respect to individual wrong, a-pr from Arkansas, and the doctrine to him, not extended to other insult or offence will suggest itself to every one,1qQ. .'jj 1
; sustained by a newspaper publication : judicial contempts for publishing libels because of gross injustice done the contrary it is not this immense influence hate Ct torrid
, of a defamatory character, the person judges, commented on, .as if this to Senators through his press. I ; to be justified; Just claim through long sincel" '
r' injured is generally safe in the judgment cause was dependant on principles pose there is an express rule that it was true; The following) is the Unibifrtdito.
of an enlightened community; perly or improperly contended for in the entre, on this floor ; 'can it be i is added to the rial reference to the communication
"but if not, he has full remedies in the, such cases. This is not a case under' our harids are tied to restrain us I ask Senators if from which the foregoing is utracteds
ii i criminal prosecutions, and in the civilsuits j the law of contempts. The character, altering such rule 1 Can it be of the next "It is unnecessary to allude itleaM
:m I : given him by the laws of the' scopeand effect( of my colleague's' reso-' we, do, we are guilty 'of a articles were 'to the circumstances faTbraMeto) .c ht
1 "fl country. Individuals, whatever their' lutions seem to be strangely and totally -, the liberty of the press-that we night before last, bination of corrupt iuflutnus, pornis,
I;$ ; 2 official position, should be left to seek misunderstood. ally ic-cuact the principles of,the ] ht The editorial or pecuniary, to effect the passKt t ofth
_.} I : redress under the laws. No officer under They are no invasion of any right of tion law-that we are resolutions is any hill" .1 V

w I ,: the Government-neither the President -' the editors or reporters of the Union ; ,doctrine of judicial contempts- to the Senator In conclusjon, we refer those or out
; r. nor any member of Congress, no encroachment upon their prerogatives exercising some extraordinary been fco deeply readers who may xvishtoseeathorpnii
ill nor any head department, ought to as citizens or as editors or repor- al privilege 1 Sir, I cannot attack. He is and searching anaylsis of the wbclj
: U'' : have, for any reason that can be urged, ters-nothing of the sort. The question -' any principle controlling here, Senator of question, to an article which weeow;
t I.-1 f: any different remedy than the poorest they raise has been erroneously would degrade the Senate so low I in the Union_ ," and in another column from the Riebjoooj.
: and humblest citizen in the land.! No called a question privilege. It is not.' compel it to admit on this floor I no one can mis- Enquirer. It will be sound bother/
I Lt: : sedition law like that of 179S can ever be No one contends that any privilege of sailant of this body. The rules discourteous ; and able an>l instructive reading., h is ,

,: necessary or proper, even if it were any member of the Senate has been invaded respect and self-protection forbid "Vindicatoi" fine specimen of rapid, logical, and(D.c.
: i'tt constitutional. Whenever it shall be' by them. There is no "pr t'i. principle.The strain to refer elusive statemen"
I ; !timsi.': : necessary for the protection of such lege" about the matter. The consider case can be likened with and innocent," Ves, Air. President, Mr. Ritdie,
functionaries from outrage by the press, ation and decision of resolutions respecting propriety, to one of association presumed to know who has been forty years a Democratic
. the people will have become so degraded .aftt the order and proceedings of( vate life. 1 ask you, Mr. Jr first assault i is jus editor of a I liichmond paper, now t
**4- **f:Tr that they will be fit subjects for the Senate and its rules, is a privileged an editor assailed: you in his in the last editor of the organ of this Democratic
ri| a despotic government. An enlightened question, and takes precedence of others, cused you of crimes, such as ; of editorial i is devo Administration, informs the American
and liberal public opinion will ever but there is no pivilegc of persons .involved and treason-would you regard wrilteri in the same: people and the whole worlJ, that the article .
L TO sustain public functionaries against unjust in it. I breach of good manners, as an r the leading Demo which is garnished with then
:LJW assaults. Party spirit may, for awhile As to libels and slanders on this I body ment of the old sedition law; or one of the members tract just rud I, is : 1st.u A searciiwanalysis
prevent full justice being done, its members have not, nor do they : law of judicial contempts, or an what for'I( To re- : I ; '_1:1 l. it is agreeable" and I."

1[: but A.eventually, .when _calm and_ ..cool re-_ need any- privileges in redressing- them of the liberty of the press, if, ,it deems. an en- stn1( ti\"t'lelJir1; f'; 31 1 ii u *'a;
r'i ;; ; t2 nection re-awakens inoss feelings ot beyond the humblest ci jz ns.And visiting your mansion at uric of to -impute 10 |! specimen of rapi-1 statement: ;" 4ti:.\ \
f. 4i, ; t liberal confidence which every honest yet it is: argued here that my- colleague public levees, and taking notes of without his ventu- I fin? specirnei; of!o/iia! st:1temen"ai!;
t 1 r, : man wishes to have in his fellow-man, is seeking to exercise some extraordinary passed in your house, to \V c have( heard a 5ih, "a fin? specimen ofeonclusivesta' -
;r" ; ;;41 truth will resume control. power for some breach of special: the public prints your conduct and : and harmony, merit ;" and he co.nmcnds.its perusal
$ :'&) The old common 'law is ample to afford privilcgsonac sedition, some contempt motives-you were to direct this press ; very to his reader: *, and especially referjtu
t ji.: 'f S % full redress lor lebels on personal against the members of this your servants to intimate to him ; suppiessing that part imputing pecuniary Dri3q
r1 !. ; reputation. Many of the first statesmen body ; that, he is invoking some extraordinary his presence was disagreeable to nt8, and to Congress ,
'f : and jurists of ihis country, have "punishment" for scandalum The honorable Senators from so on. A little Mr. President, can any intell eat
; i deemed some of its rules too stringent magnatum of the Senate. No such Arkansas, and Tennessee, may ; siymld! man, or any ignorant man, misoiufs
'r '44 and restricted, to harmonize with our thing ; nothing like it.Vhy, sir, if that it is the duty of Senators who control the editor .I stand the insinuations in this article-!
,, free and liberal institutions. I It does ho had moved to send the'Ser cant.at- been assailed as fellow soldiers should have re- No, sir; no, sir. They are uclear aai.Iunquestionab'e.
, ) t t not allow the truth to be given !in evidence Arms for the venerable' editor of the compatriots of Santa Am.a 10 .J"1. t in his press the ." The swpiam a

JU as a justification in a criminal! Union, had him caught and: brought meek, silence to the assault, and I he a>ks the suuht.it: ) UlH'quh"ucallanlI: igt, 'to h
1.:1i prosecut.on and indeed one of the hero and then him it'they decline to associate! with : '
required to Jjeg pardon ; } (to 'excuse some- created in the minds of the 'Atnrrkta
,b ?..:...... S maxims, it is said, of the English! common of the Senate on his bended, knees. editor of the press making it on erty," he should, pcope! that :\1 Ir. C:lU tell, the ate"t: Cur
j ,1P44'4r :;:d law is, "the greater the truth the or be put in prison or the pillory, or j floor, and ask the Senate to was right, have theseeh3if2I ;:, had brl>?d enough of tie
: greater the libel." In of the take order, which admits him to their
many to his press and types into custody to the honest ex members of C 'ire not poljti! : pu.
-t. States the common law England on ,-stronger denunciation could riot ence and obliges them to meet him, accused of
mint a ti: aur .hc the subject has cither been wholly repudiated have well been used than has been heard are hatching a. new sedition: law I u far fr,>m any neasu e, to secure the! passage: oftS&
i-t 1t; or modified. The freedom of here of his assailing that editor, and existence.o; to southc the bill. \Vhy: it is,dcuo'ir ce i 1! as aWhrf:
'f &: the press has been guarantied in all of through him the liberty of the press, :; far from an ::; who imtl been mea!turc, I could never conjectureEminent
: Ij! :i them by provisions in their constitutions lege" claimed these
' and carrying out the principles of the being by rc is persisted ii:; Democrats in former SB*
I :;. :'l or fundamental laws. The Federal thins for the Senate for years
,old sedition act, and the law of con or, first oJ.'buj-ivt
; taineJ it. It -
: was never a
f ..: I Constitution declares that Congress those Senators who resist it party qswlion.
and for breach of ,
tempts punishment attack
t; xvais nut I voted for that bill ; I shallia
e } shall pass no law abriging the privilege, and so forth. most extraordinary privilege for premeditated, in- when it and 'dull
again is reported,
't :.fft.L freedom'of the press." In seVeral of the Nor do I, Mr. President, regard; the itor of the Union. It is the of a determined continue to do so while I hold a est
:i* States it is declared that the truth of the floor of this
may position which the editors of the Union I coming on I wanton. here. I believe the claims just. I Ibclievp
!I.: tr always*I_ be given! .i in evidence.. .- as justi--. hold to this body as its printers, as in when he pleases, against the of the Union their rplinniiishrnent are bf thi>
fclt' ;-ci ucauon on me trIal 01 an Indictment this of the Senate-a '
. lora any way affecting subject, or having privilege not been of the same formed part of the considerJ"
. 4 libel. In others it is allowed as such any bearing on the question. All for other citizens-and that, too, is, that this I tii>n of the' treaty with France.k\
justification; only when the publicationwas the Senate can properly do, with respect his press is made the vehicle for in no small de- lieve the United State, by rneddlisj!
made justifiable ends and goodmotives their is themto ,most indecorous and calumnious I
to printers, to require !: ) distrac with them, bv taking charge of thee
L: ::1.: of which thejnryare to judge. do their printing faithfully.'hat ges against Senators. I am not : party. It has and in lI ingby tw
so preventing
t }i So it is in New York, and so in the propriety may require of the printers in ded in the charges now under ,the Aminisira claimants! from seeking"! redress indTrw-
.4 1 State that I have the honor to represent. their course towards the body which ation. I voted for the ten and nblest mem trail from the French .lOfernfflfl f,
q And t may here be allowed to say, that, elected them to such office, if it can be bill with the clause in it, which a Ominous threats made} this Government
; 4-' p, in the' convention which formed the called an office of,the Senate, is a .different jority of this Chamber decided was denunciations for them. 1 further justly, and respOC"ble 10111'
State' constitution of Florida, I preferred matter. This is not a motion to constitutional.I I I. of the party in believe that for those go spoliation by the
and advocated the provision, that dismiss them as printers, and,. if such. did not so regard it. I *
have .
; terms least*
French in time of or at :
r in'all cases the truth should be receive 1 motion had been made, I should, not the able arguments of the Senators seen in its col}- I I in time,of and pence declared i, the
*.'t as a justification of any publication, in have felt myself liberty to vote for it, Connecticut, [.Mr. Huntington,] of men is it sup i United States open owe it to their on ..
; any suit,' criminal or civil. even if the assault had been more out- from North Carol nn, [.\Jr./ that i. ..
Mr. President, I make these references rageous than that which has been made. and the Senator from Souih:> press, zens. to see them indemnified.
'to show how entirely secure the The action, of the Senate invoked by [Mr. Calhoun,] but they did not I : are.composed and Repre-ort{ -[TO BE COXTKNOED.] .

liberty the press is in this country- the resolution! in no way interfered I vince me. It 13 proper for me to to be Slavery in Delaware.-The Fvanian DSJ
to show there is no danger of its being with, or impaired any rights ,or privileges however, that the }precedents ** whipped, are in" of the 24th ult. says: We haft
attempted to invade its just rights aradprivilegesto' I tho editors can have in their capacity alleged! similar laws had no course { already stated that the House of Keprtaentatives '1
:relieve those, as far as I am as printers of the Senate. with me. I looked only to the con this 'of this State had D3 a '1

able. who'seem'. to' entertain' npp ehen.ion.that'the :The resolution, if adopted, is, in my tution, and 1 did not construe it attention a proper of the bill, for the gradual abolition of.1a'e
-: ;i resolutions' of'my colleague opinion, but the exercise by the Senate, ,prohibiting the clause..referred to. people ton The I bill has been indeSnitel/ 'P,n
liberty, if carried out, may .en anger: the as a- body, of the same right. thatevcry! to tlu act of 1813, for voting for l the ,Senate and in the Senate 1 by;>> vote ft0 .. Lue i
I danger'. the the press. in There this is no such. i is citizen. has.. ,' to exclude. J. from ,his house, _L_ inconsistency ,was'imputed to tho [ ,- of the United Delaware...... .Gazette-. alluding_ _- to nII.it M1.I..,.. .1
'. safe. ; press country ana declining to hold intercourse\ within i tor from South Carolina. I do ,not : as that-' refer 'the Abolition Slavery Dill" f'
his own dotriicil, with any person that gard that law even i if he .voted for t! resolutions vides as- understand tbtt no san!
!' "" Mr. President: the subject now under he believes has libelled. or,slandered him, and if the objection had been ra s : the,Union of the, I. shall, 'be born in this Stat after tb .1
consideration is dt
nowise '
!' controlled or ordone him This as at all the h for all
I I any gross injustice. affecting question: as a l\st. """Iere.is year 1860. Long ,enoa !
effected a
t the rules in the least degree, by any of is the'sum and substance of it, nothing cedent. .And.the other, "acts, cj ed" the Richmond negroes:o run away at least. ThCft (
,.v_ it or principles cited, so far,as more, and nothing else. Will any ,one- many of .them, dissimilar i in hSir, '. : for is'no'excitement on the subject here*
relates to the action of this in-' relating :t
body, contend that the Senate has visions important
not full them of Never
yoked taking put: the : : bill and the have we. seen, so .
by the resolutions on your table. control of this Chamber: Will tions ,sensat a
This is anyone by.'the Senasopp;. 'bill. The fol measure. produce_ *o. _
no "piosecutioii" of "jt t
or rr""criminal1 :ontend that underall the clause referred
ny' man may, to. the'lO e
or,civil that, arii lc. :t'hc/Hqrl.John'-Uavs: ;
tor of h. f1inst'tho'edt.' circumstances, i insist upon Iils"righ'ttoadmissidn Being i satisfie.d, sir, "as 'to",the rjg ; t, the extract', ultv re-elected the. of the )1' i
reporters the Union 'on part
the .
; ex- 611 this floor or in the re andy duty of the Senate. 'to ,act' as: S &041ot
read U.
dusion' tbll. resolutions was by sachusetts
is; Legislature,
porter's gaJJervithout' the permission resolutions of 'colleague ttOrl1IfJe
my suggest
not a #punishment"nihc\ ] from that State fqr six years J
legal sense of the Senate. I ask, what right hasthe a proper case CXIsts'-t the remaining ; ,' ,
of the term has been which I 4th of' March,
as h
argued re.- editor or reporter of'riny quiry' is i is the' such t
newspaperto } present: a case f. \ hit
This is iiifca trial for ; doiW 1
8' libel. This '
. :, such admission stipe: ior to that.of kne\y"nothmg /of the resolutions, ;oi' nrtl 'Spccie.-Eight millions of
: is-no attempt enforce the' principles any" 'other citizen i .; From : wheuce issuch colleague) till after they hail been, I : ; the apprehen-House or mi.the New Vorkcbrrespondentorwj. J
of the sedition law of in
the elder Adams, alleged right derived., .1: ask mitted. I 'was not mlted"wtdi', ; Jltuon.: in, specie, were iu, the New
: as some Senators have ..urged.Vh 'Senators who contend Jot it, to.show un'vha.t' pect to them. I had not' 'read the-. 'I Iclc' ,(years that ago the by City Banks on, the 1st of' Febru rJ.
,' this-body, this chamber--could : moretha0f
not: \ if is founded. 'The plain 'und'simplc' 5jg'ned"hVin icnt t; tiflafter' which iaabputa million
4 indict the editor of the Union : ) ,rtion oftheie: '
for "
allis factis. this ;, by your rules, or resolutions were' offered! That' the'/month previous
bet' upon it as a body ;, ,it':could'not l 'sue by the courtesy of the Senate: 'withbutexiiess' 'ni> one here orejsawherer-thaX: 'f 1 '' to'ji,,single! < vicane..4ltAipheus : }t
him i avchil suit for nine-ientli: U.. Sf' SeA"'tor from
individu pr
rule,' (and. 'have hot exaininedb'sCe.wbethei : hear.l of-has defended. It :' .
sagro: whole Feich
Senators who are slandered may'resort is such amount of (Dem.) 'MfeT? S. I"
to the',remedies' .I there ,express wanton attackioiYJhe majority of .? "fho'1l Michigan, has been chtsen" a
given the ,1 local lawof i 19unt
by '
: rule referring to such' ditdrs:or repot.ters -' enate.,,, ,For refusing' to' vole, 'for : I that, State for lit yea
the' r, beliey.e been Senator from ,
place w ere the slander is 1.
;uncl of the Senate clause ,whit! O
r'to"printtr's' in'.aViH
:, ; : or >> they r ga'tdc 4th of March in place ,
ed**published/! .A .' : : five, millions pf from ,the ,
a bodys' not for I : ,
Immaterial violaton-of?
regardit ,as' inasmuch 'the Constitution
chamber .the they uzidj' influence Hon. \Vm C.XiTo d brdge, Vii3!
: : .
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4 liwdoes'not'recogniSeibo'rij; , .. ,*ifr such, ,'rule., exists, ,,fob one cai'iq sworn. toYiippdrt.tKey.,. 'are hetdt..p:-. ', ) "io ea: q1Ae term expired witbvtherpast. ocgres I,
A"ftl' "' :
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11H:Et NEWS: ticle In .the' 'GalvestonJVews' ,,in .r taiion' try, a brigade of.cavalry, and:one of < : t's 'NOTICE TO :APPLICANTS 7 [ *(; .ii

NViLtEiARCIfl258aft to the sugar culture In.Texas.' 'Jt. hould fp"Qt.Artillery, with more, .;. .- .than ..fourteen i Under' the' Florida*JIrmtd.,Occupation.:: .#, cf Me..:4 M.:.I1 ytn .1.S4.2s 49 tri3 ..? ,
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bears the"same superiority? in'price over, pinion as to ihe movements ;of ,Santa I TV&TICt; 1-t""by jn i to ibeclai. fepplkiints .bow mntioDed that ih*pla t. oftU (oJ.....,

: claimed the 'Anna.. Some.think described TnwnMp&bie txn July' ,crrti&.d end rvturnn 'by tbe Sar 'Gn ntl .
that. of Louisiana, as.is by : he 'is destined to Dlitrict Land 'Oto *
Ken.n.wilfi.f, flutLIs.and-thit abe i SP S Si
Vera Craz. +*+ < '''... allnw' .
'that of Texas."Thepupeiior ..aid; Act for profi tba' '4 fact that the' .
Galveston Ndws, for 1: ( w trie nvNtt' lias been wmraence.1,and dMi partiealar
The Amencan forces ,at Saliillo .f'cdtth upon *hlch'lt is'ocatr"; will <2j>irt at'ih* dat a of.pu.he d.. qs.nar
quality of Texas 'sugar Tvw..hire.te.i" ia 1M '
would be between ,5000, .and 6000 men.fn annf'ucllitt. THo applirrinti' thirrfovewhoie ietilementa *r >lthiii.i,, ..( tlJeNP ,.
E"'ItOTrJ: : ,. MPEEVR.w is now we believe, admitted, on.., all'hands. addition, to the two.batteries.nnmed;: .r' 'H".tM,to file with tbe Regitter and Rfic..i,rr'.1 Ne.-ha".Ua-. FJnrNf."oD br bfl.are Towa.bJre the Mid dstes are,

in otir journal this week I \\re have not this year: '.seen ,a above the batteries il&facanry pruofpuruant to tIft- qniiemeot sit f the law above "f'.doMe!. .
.parish of Such
Capt. Washing: pnibr.honld be the applicant. own affidavit enrroboraied
in. Texas tINt
of Mr. WEST-. barrel from any plantation ton and Weoster . poiton of tb! speech Capt. were.at Saltillo, 'comrtPntwiuws1e. proof cbould atat all ih.i paniclilara al to the
a the best Louisiana aettleoMBt
resolutions of expulsion. which does not surpass and( at. last accounts the troops' were and gi.e the dcaignatioar oftha particular quarter vection on which it i.' ,,4,. .... I
con poD sugar moor market, asjwell in purity throwing formidable fortifications. Unlrt. 'the proof required in the f rPcainr,i* fifed on or l Mon tU,date 0pwifi, the .

Fro! .heJength Of his remarks we ore and lightness of.color as in'the clear Little' apprehensions up :is felt its to the' 'iIIf'rfitaIlrght-:- I ., title and claim tn land under their permit. applicants.

the conclusion until and emi-tr3nsparentlppearnnce of the Townshtp, .1 Dal...OQ or be rOTe wlJich tt.'prootot..uImelltm.li '
fore to postpone is also demon result of any attack. which may lie I Range. ,bfI'filPd.aid the patticulir quitter aeelioa
delrl'beJ. S
reek. We this speech of grain., This superiority made that
next publish upon point. Thirty.hve South. s..htltD E. t. 10h
February, 13.
com- .
fact that
strated by the our sugar .
Mr. VESTCOTT in justice to him, as The number troops" left( at Monterey 'T-enly..ght' Fifteen do do o ,
.mands about one cent pound more Thin.thrt do Nineteen do -
per does exceed do a.. I
not 500 but thecitadel
girbld reports have been circulated than the Louisiana in men, Twent1tn.! do Seventeen! 1o d .
common every.market 0 do
"black! << .. ,
fort" ., ,
is them
or held
and -srepresent lions made; of the where it has been offered for and by Th-! br e do ghteflD do : .S, do I do .. .. '. "') ,. -
there :is ort.1nvwo dn .
no route by which the Mex- Nln-tepo do do .
Yet sale Such is the in this market :do ::1 ...1+.:;
case Twexity.ieei .dn -
therein .
he has expressed. icans FiflPflo do "
opinbns can approach the city with artillery do .. "dc,
., <
.New Orleans and in the of New T"'enly.mne do do :l4: :JiIk
disap- In city ,.. Sultillo. Firtnn do du .. ..
we an none the less express our save by Without artilleryany dn .. ,.:
York. Thirty.five' ; jnptppn do ... do : '
probition of the course pursued by Mrs attempt upon Monterey would be ''T"fOnl.even dd Fhtetu! do ., J. .. .: :: dri.,I; .'"do.,ed.; ,. .4 :i .

WESTCOTT. It is injurious to himself CO ( CEIS.! futile.Ye 'I Thirty do J F.frt"en d.. I : do, (1' : ;,(' : '1i -
"Ihirty.iwlJ do do : .
Lx SEXATE-Tuesday Feb.. '23d; mentioned in our last the capture Eightet"o do d,! .' :.. -p. : .
his State. He has represented Thir.y.fiur .dol Nineteen do : \ 1t
and to .of Capt. Heady of !, ,. : .4o. .d ,' f
constituents as being opposed to the A petition was presented of :Moses E. by a party ran- Thirty.lh..e. do )s..Wh.HO dn I -,. tin do -
cheros. He was taken with 17 men, Thirly.tiv9 ,do' I Sid.-n do .. do rrJ' .;:

admbistration of Mr. POLK, when such Levy, praying permission to locate on two days after the command of Majors Thirty.6ve .10 Iightecn:i do do do do. ,, I

,; ......,1 DI.J L.J L __ ______! TWPUV.An__ sin.. rw'.1.. .. ,i_ a
the land in Florida the ,, n u S -- .
is noL the case. The prompt measures I public quantity uun ; uuu .uuuu IlU uuu iiccii- surpri Fourien; J do I Sixu4is do I 24th lu February, 1:8,' ". : 4

of .Mr.! POLK to obtain satisfaction fort claimed by him under a Spanish grant, sed. Fifteen do Shtt..n tin do d.. .

We have (says the Picayune) conversed S11Ut en do I SixtN'D do I do
iijuries we had received from Mexico or that he may be allowed to surrenderthe do
with'an intelligent Spanish gentleman EihlPf'n_ (In. ,S4'vPnpPrL dft d do _

md for the protection of our soil, same to the United States, on payment who left Durango on- the loth of NUTL-T'J"uiiculq- ..10 she .pUIl"n1'nt. .huuM 1IE' the time ",h..-,cuhi".lioD.al com M9 : M f-> l

hare been cordially received by the people to him of the minimum price of January-Senor Benito Velez, a nephew the kind of crop cultivatedtlnmber of nrre,. in rullivniiun-the kind of tenement erected-number1of .

of Florida. The efforts or'I'lr.. the public lands, which was laid on the we learn, of Peter Harmony, of uhiie p<>nnng and colored.c"mt04tn family-cli.criminl.ing between., nJuli.* SAMUEL and children) RUSSELL male* and RfOg"r.,female' j

POI! to carry on the war to a successful (a 51 e. New York. Senor Velez confirms all!J JOHN PARSONS, Reiver.Land I
I that have said of the Office. Ntteanvillr. Florida. J211If nr l. 1847. 3t
we action El sTO
near ,
ind speedy conclusion also meet Wednesday, Feb. 21th.-The three -- .-- -_ __ t;
Passo on the 25th December. The loss .JAVASON'.LI.ft lan.CES vcnN'I' 1VOT1CC ., J
viti the sympathy of the citizens of million bill being under consideration of the Mexicans T the
in that affair was a- AL next term of the Circuit Court, to N )
do that Mr. Benton addressed the Senate bout connECTED"EEKL Y. t1. held in Marion 'Iorid..onlhefounb
this State believing as they at men. No news had reached ... county c "'
Union i is in considerable Its Durango of the fall of Chihuahua when ----- -. Monday in April next. I will apply' by petition in E[;
whfls the engaged a foreign length. very com- A1T1CLF.S. wnOL1:5ALE. nid Court, for an allotment of dower in the real

,-uno one can be a I lover of hiscoun-: mcncerr.ont, he charged Mr. Calhoun our informant left there. BAGGING. ()ulJd e, peryard 20 aCOFFI.E. estate and for dower' or th. portion to which IamFiJiiW i ..,
THe cavalry of f'uilty, which was in Hio, lb. B; tJ 10 : AS widow in the personal estate of :\'
'urbo would withhold his blood or with' being responsible for the war and tli6 action of the 25th 'of December, and Java. ." lb. 121a 00 Matthew. Uindley. drcea'ed. 'late of said county. ;

i ill his devotion to its ser its DLES.Sl'l"rm, .". Jb. :30 a :37jAda.izuitiiic FRANCES H1NDLEY. f
iis treasure consequences.Mr. which protected as far as possible the Jb. 28 tJ 31 Mnrrhlgth. 1347. At .

'vice.In this we speak the sentiments Calhoun replied to the attacksof retreat of the Mexicans\ upon. El Passo COTTON. Black Sl"eit. lb. 24 tJ 6 -__ k.

tJioton1}. of the Democratic party in this Mr. Benton, and gave a history of. and afterwards 'arizal, had dwindled. DoMESTIC. SilkorllgCrearn.GOODS H lb. 23 tJ 31 : WILL rneetot WOTlCfi.I the following. time* and pla- I 1 -

1 down to a handful by desertions which DrflwfI Shirtiugl. ier yard 5 a 7' CPO fur the purpose of nssestin* the State and (
also of his in reference the .. .
State, but a large; portion of our course to annexation to : .
took place! at the different ranchos dn. Slieetitigs& 8 aTicking. 121 CllllnTn" ** for the jenr 1847, izl -
jiolitica! opponents, for the petty selfishness of Texas.Saturday the route. CAli.rinls.:I. .4'. .1M 4 10 G tJ tJ 25Keniucky 25 Garry's: Ferry. Satnrd"y'.he 13th February tAt .
nndT..pdRV theDth
.. March J847.
of party strife seems to lose its Feb. S7sh.-The bill for News Had reached Durango that about n.lhimnre Jeans, bbl." 9 2i 50 a 00:;OFLOUR. At Ja..k'& nvillp. Saturday the 20th and 27tli

power as it recedes from the line of AJasonand : the relief of the ,people of reland and the 5th or 6th of January two English New York, per.. .. 9 50 a 4 00 F..rnary., and J5lh, IGlh nnd'17th Alarcli, 1847.

Scotland ships entered the port of Mnznt- FURS. One. I 00 tJ 1 :0 At Innelarin, Tnesduy 2Jd February, and 2nd 5
Dixon. U'e regret exceedingly passed by a vote of 27 to 13. i I GRAIN Gurn, busb. 1 12 a VO lnrch.1347.: 1
Ian evaded the blockade. ..
> movement of \I U'ESTCOTT a- Ix THE HOUSE.-The revenue bill being having Theyare .1 HAYS cwt. 1,5 II 00 Aj Col. Uro*Knrs.Thursdiiy the 25th of Febru :\
supposed to have been laden with HIDES. GrrC'n. lb. 3 tJ 00 ary, and 4thof March. "

einst the administration, for it docs taken up it was go amended as tofiX"llC ammunition and other munitions of Dry.- cuunuy, lb. G d 00LUMBEiLFlourii Al, -If-- npramI I -, --- -.-.-.t..-imm....f. nil'-"-. -nrh. ..... .........".....h... _nl. .1......_.. 1
thou. 10 CO" I--
H ooScnIahizIaILI
tl hc wi lics lirue for forward thoir) relurriiito me nt this place, sworn
of to
iiie into
ot.epre -eat > or opinions act to go op- war. Thiaris." 10 00 a 14 00 .
.. before officer authorized
*om to administer oaths
lit cople of Floriila: and we firmly be- eration at lOtli March, JSi7. A motion The intelligence of the prospect of MATTING.RlIiu:Iii'Iia;: Timber, ,aut I 5 37 00} 4 4 00 00 In-fore the 25th of March. 1847. V

Jicn it is in violence: to act.V be- to strike out the articles of tea and nn action at Saltillo is confirmed. All OlLS :'jerm. .'. gull.; I 12j iJ 1 oAlliniur A. W. CRICHTON. -
(:Jen. Butler's 1 I 75 Tax AilIIPlIIOr for Dutal '
outposts are said by the tJ 00PROVISIONS. County. ,|
liere that .Mr. POLK has no hostility to c )fFeL prevailed, 83 to 90. A substitute Flag to have been driven in, and the Pork, Mess,. ".6 lb.b11. 17 OOi I 00 Jacksonville Februarys. 1847. I

Jlr.Cju.noTO, and we are equally con- ivas uficnvards offered for the bill attack, ifiuade'at, was expected duringthe Laril Jacml, 'a lb. to 10 m Ii 12Juu.r. 00 Columbia County Sherifl's Sales K'

ricced that ihey will agree in opinionas and upon the question of its final pa- first few days of Februnry.Various lb. 20.a. 23Clut'e. BY I virtue have of the power vested in me by law,
levied and
1 II lb. ]0 aI"flaUr 12! upon will offer for sale !yI
the policy most adapted to the sage, it was decided in the negative by ; rU:1'o.rs have reached the city ,. Iri h. .... lIb!. 3 50 4 00 I-efi re the Court House in tb. town of Allijator

by this arrival, some of them to the D(). Sweet, bush. 50 tJ 00 on the first Monday of May next, .betweenlite
of'the ..
interest United States iu the and 73 135.
: ; nays: to PIANUTS, ; '
ycis Florida o d 73IUE. usual
effect that general enjjagment had taken hour of sale! on that day, the following .
prosecution of the present war. The LEATE-Monday, March 1st.- ."lb.J. tJ 51 dewribeil propertyixt
place. To none of these do we attach SUGAR, FlnrirJa. lb. a a 9

whole\ difficulty lies with Mr. RITCHIE. The three million bill being then considered any credence.A .SYJUl'.Io"urida.N.w Orlt'ans! .". lb 1\11. I M 81 tJ 00 10 80 Section oC'ft"-LfOvi"d 35, Ti'wmliip upon as 1,the Range! property 1 a,ot cnntsiairg Dempiy

In removing; from Richmond to the seat several speeches were made,. iroud deal of apprehension is felt SAL'f. LieriI sround. .. sack(; ,12 00 4 a 2 25 \Voofl.. to satisfy the taxes doe thereon fur lh.

Matumoros of attack from Gen.: 51)lltrr:;. Brand!. saiL I w a 3 50 year 1846. .
of lie i ,
.1O"CfDmcnt. sterns to have become und at midnight) h.nte was taken OR Gin. .. "4 50; a 1 50 ALSO.
(j .
unfaithful) to his old lo 'e. He las lost the \V ihnot pioviso, and it was rejected .I rn-a. This officer is undrstood to be N. E. Rum, I 50 a 7SWhi..ke.r Sflction 35, Township I, Rang 11<. arft'Mfy
on this side of the mountains the II.4 31 CI 75SKINSTh'rr. Jam,... I4ivingston supposed to be Dempsy Wood,
his judgment ;in his love of intrigue. 21 31as follows : head of "lb. 4 tJ .7
yes nays 4,000 troops. Of these 2,000are Panther to satisfy the taxes due thereon fur the year 1846, '
50 a 1 50
lleis aware of the contest now openly "iis \Jeji.rso Alien, Alierton,1 not to be surpassed in the Mexican Bt"ar. 1 00 a3 50 ALSO. 2

Jistorc Cameron ) Joi.it! ;?\1. service the remainder TEA. }Iysot,. lb. j 50 a 1 00 Section 3. Township 2, Range 11; About .400
;eJ. and waged by the North i Cilley, Clayton, are irregular cavalry Ula..k, .. Jb. 40 tJ 50 nrrPlI-Levied upon ns the pu'pertyofl. D. Halt .

the 1 I t'onvin, DAVIS, Dayton, Dix, Evans, or rancheros. or L 1). N..tt.11 .nttj. *** itiM 'n vA. .l>_ *......._.. t.: ..fI
*tganst: Southern Mates and in- I -- '-.J.----- --- --S
FairfieU.: ( = reie, Fliintntotililler, X\rc infer, from all we can learn, that ],'.JIE PU LC. I the f; year 1S4G.: : .? 1"
stead of meeting it LoIJl ,', he is silent the nndi \ T. B. FITZPATRICK, -
iule I'helps, Summons, .Sturgeon, danscr threatening Matamoroswas BY tlien.lviceond cu:3rurrencPoflhe .
biehalf of the in5titu-ions of his native Upham. Webster and Woodbridge-21.NArs not deemed very Imminent. All pru|>tr authorities, 1 prupue to the voung Sheriff and tax collector ofiTcti. I '
Alligator; Oct.23.1846.
men of tins section (PICHIIprY, to organize a Vol. .
&te) and in behalf of the Messrs. Archer At- accounts that the road from : -
prosperity Ashley, agree uiit.Hr C.mij( riy fur the United State service, to 8250 REWARD.

tndsecurily of his native country.- chi on, IJadsci, Bagby, Benton, Ber- city to Monterey is a perilous one to nerve during tb' exi..ting war with Meiico. And BY Jioriiy vested in jne by the Town Conn

Mr.RITCHIEvsll rien, hVeete, Bright HuLler, Calhoun, travel at present, save in considerable for Ih.* convenience of those who maY feel di*- cil Jacksonville, I will give a reward: of1

never meet with eytnMJy ( iss, Cfjalmers, Colquitt, CritlenJen,. fo re e. po*.*d to attach themselves} to this Company" nrid 1 $100 fur the apprehension and delivery JOHN i
from the people of Florida His j in order lhnt no delay' that can be avoided may I KICHARD, a free man of color who broke; from
1 Hannegati, ,, Houston_ Jama- Mexican Privateers.-A correspondent Httnnd it. iH-gaiiizntion nt the earliest day, con the jail at Jacksonville, on thenfcht' of the second ;l
won attack upon Mr. CALHOUN is gin, Joimson of Maryland, Johnson olLouisiana f of the New York Express at Key aisient with tin circumstances, I have procurediievernl instant, and the further sum of .$150 will be paid
i Mason ii. IM made, of which i. in for the detection and proof to conviction nf ..
RjJgcant to their prejudices in behalf : Lewis, Mangum, West writes that the copy ;t8 to one any
; So tile fishing smack the 'haniU. of 04l"R' Hurt K.q Jacksonville' person or persons who may have aided in hU es*
Pearce Ru k
cr oiDat Morehcad '! e\'ierl ,
: great statesman and preserver of : Huron arrived at that place on the 17th nnnther i i. in the bund' of A. Coy ,Esq. Black cafe. 'b

toe" "untry. His diatribes the ,I 1 urncy, and \estcott-3I.. ult. from Havana reports that several Crerk.a third in the hand of P. C. ZyUirx, John Richard i. a bright mulatto, of from 24 to C W

Salte upon f At about 2, A. M., March 2nd; the vessels are being,fitted out there for K 4'1' St. Augu"tine,-n fourth i* in the 'hands of 23! years of age, about 5 feet J 1 inches in height* 1 fll
and its members will!! never be J. i*. HMrdee, E*q. AlliB'ur.-a fifth is in the 14 a l iackmith by trade, and has a pleasant count ",;

fcwouded to by thc e who hold in till passed, yeas 29, nays 2i. Mexican privateering., The fact that bund of Capt. iD.. Hou 'e, Gcnla,-an.l the tenance, but a grave look. .
res- Tuesday March 2nd.-The our consul at Havana had chartered.a nixth i ill in the Imiid' of Mujor Ja*. Child, Micvn All executive officer of Duval county are required
joint resolution -
pee tLe body which is balance smack ,.. hand the sal John Richard.
great a to convey despatches tj our opy. The original will main in roy ut to apprehend ;

.*t nice against executive aggression authorizing government to squadron, was thought to give addition"al lit* place. Tliene iit. will remain in the hands JOS.B.LANCSSTER.Intendant .
Town of Jacksonville.Jacksonville
of the several 'above, designated about
place the U. S. Macedonian and person -
*n tf popular violence, and which hasT ships importance to the. report. thirty ilnyi, during which time any | eron.' who March 6th 1847. 3t .

< teen venerated and treated with Jamestown,, at the disposal1 of C pts. Heavy Loss.-Forty one vessels, deire to join the company can'sign ritlier urn' of Tax Collector's Sale.
the lit, whirh will be returned to :me ut the cox- >Y virtue authority vetted in me by law, I
I DeKay and Forbes for chiefly freighted with breadstuffs for ,
Jet>ect since the foundation of this re-. conveying:proo pintiiin of lh. nbove *p."cili"d lime, nnd if it shall B have levied upon the'following lands, viz t

1uIic. And while look Mr. 'isions contributed for the ,relief of the Great Britain, have been lost at sea 1 bo, 1IUl1Illhot a'.uffieieitnflmber have signed the 48.000 (forty eight thousand) acres returned tome I I

we upon in Ireland.ns since October.' The N. Y. Commercial ..'vprallits, to ntitnte. a company, hey will be by the Asesnr' that part of the Arredonelo .

WSTCon's remarks in the same light, poor passed The ascribes this to overlading and bad reported t .lhf Secretary of Wur. and a place and Grant lyinc in the county Marion. .
epablish them from House bill for the admission of Wisconsin time of rendezvous immediately' de,ign ted, for Abo;331'(three hundred and thirty one)arm,

a sense justice storage, __ _ _ the organization, and
: into the Union die purpose -completing: returned" to rae by the Asuuorin the name of A.
tobim was passed.
regretting that he should have J." ; .. A rI'OI Tl\H\TS BY TIIK: i'KKSIDKXT.Byantlvitk : fur making the nece.-ary arrangement proceed H. Cole, locality unknown, no numbers returned

et* 10 blinded'by in the House, late in the c".eninu :of lAe: ndvfer n nil eontfntofthf Senate tii Mexico. ao oon n* the company i. mustered by Tax Assessor. t
judgment as to David Ohio Extraordinary 'tnlft ,.'IVflP.The Also. 320" (three hundred and twenty) acres
r Envoy
ht'e 2nd, the three million! bill .from the ..
confounded the with company will be oSered/in the fir t in- 'returned by the Assessor in the name of Patrick
government and .
MinisterPlenipotentiary 4
M& BITCHIE Senate was referred, to Committee of near stance, as MoUKTED' Men. But inasmuch a* R. Hacket. IM.o,3000
; and to have thereby niisFesemed hist Majesty the Emperor of Brazil, vice theret) \ but one rrgirnt'ntc'I cavalry out of the ten (three thousand) acres, returned iu

. his constituents in Flor- i the Whole.ARMV Henry A. Wise recalled at his, owu .additional.. regiment to be' received into the ..er.I the name nf Thomas LedwiUi in 1845, and F*. |11 .

I vicc'. it i-.nut ex-ct.1 "JRt tluGovernm'i't.... will 'Iandrs HI..I L x!with in A. D. JC46. said to be lo- ..f.fcatd
IN MEX1CO-GEN.SCOTT.: request.. _. -. .. __ r'c..i,,, such irnopaTrom -IiereI! iney can I nv": nai'vlg.'wbere I I in Wetumkie Hammock. r
.. \Ve learn from: New Orleans: papers John u. Clay, iJnarge Anaires at with) trained orSeS. 'Thereioie it will A1o. 790( (seven hundred' and ninety) 'acre.,

i r.oIlIDA. SCGAB.VC: copy from the of 25th and 26th ult. ,that G n. .Scott Peru.. be lit .lt"r'UJntllhal tlKt,company' will be organized .[tax for 1845: paid by Col. Rawlt" ,] tax 1ui 'for

annah Georgian sailed the 13th ult. from the mouth Richard Rush; of Pennsylvania1; En- nn.l .us.ered as Inlantry ill cue ihy-nre not A. Dl: 1846 returned" in the name 01 Klh.I.., ,B.Gibb .
the ; on :
following no- "lull take occns.oii laen-;and unknown, no numbet. returned
,MveT cavalry *; locnlity by
*4 of the pt the Rio Grande.. 'vpy Extraordinary j and linister i .Pleni- r.-c a. ( decided preferencefor Tux Asenr,
quality and value of Mr. do iot hesitate inrexpremy
? .Gen. Worth had not ,]left on the 19th, potentiary! his Majesty the King of the Inf.nitrvfervireovei' that uf the Cavalry in .1 shall ntr..r'tur sale, within legal hours, before

JiEK's sugar, which may be'consid-: and would see his whole' command on France. '" thU fnVnnce.' fur many very: implant rea 4on\t tit*'Court Houne door in Ocala/'on the first Monday

: ? avenge of the sugar made shipboard :bEfore )leaving. 'The. roops I, George W. Hopkins, of Virginia, which will nut .iI'h ra fO..1 tlw-niM-lve, iluho ..- tin* 6th day ol September next all. of the. ..
in theappn.Hch.ns CHtnpai-n hove de'scribfd lands nrIIi much thereof' will
be engaged
Florida d'Affaires of-the United'States: _"' .maw
Charge '
during tho last season. would be concentrated at the isle'oi"lobos in"le"icn. and have yielded: to the solicitations of tm sufBrient.tii' satisfy the amnunt of tax due the

?f', e bare submitted to competent as rapidly possible,. but. weare informed io. ., the Queen' Portugal other. (u offer the'company'in el,.. first instance a> State of Florida, for 184:;.together witnttwaimrontdue

.a/ges the 1Lsog-GENEaALs. 'the State, and county Marion,- for tbeyear
intelligent, gentleman Cavalry
sugar received, from H. 1L ;by an Thomas Hart, Benton, of Missouri.1William I furbt'nr hereto mention Gi."enjment bouc- A. D.'1845,. and all 'legal cost that may :accruethereon.

Tf: Eqand they decide thai it :is sayssthe'Picayune, thai it was not 'sup'pose(1 '. of which Irtl. b- :..t"cutt"cl by act: H'CDflZfl'I. td'l E. D. HOWSE, Sb'ffand
:' f ior to New Orleans sugar, and at the army could move from Lobos Gumming, Georgia. tv II wliu panidi-ie.If. U'. w.r.as ItohehVvetlint ID.tJbwmi..g 1:" officio Tax Collector for Marion Co.
PQl bcfore.the Maxch. BRIGADIER GENERALS.George .. Ihe f ths t.i..n utibe. March 5th. 1847. '6m
. prices, will bring m the Jowest 18th of ,'Mmgmen _
: 'j-2 ent8. In grain, and color Mr. The' Arkansas and .Kentuckycavalry Cad walader. ,.of Pennsylvania I 'country will b., actual.- 'by any ollwr 1thun'ilu'biglwitnnd in'.uC'h.la' WOTICE. : 7.SIX .:-
: ,1 Enos.D. Hopping New. York. motfve- of patriotism ahall. the'Hen-
\\.t"t'k.'ar I .pr'1.to
purest date
; 5 sugar is much cdm d.'?' ,', captured ly .Alinbn, 'hnd'nn:1.r'c: 'atSau there ,
that '
r cfl.de an'
., ,. .Franklin Pierce; :of,New"''Hampshire. .ruu.., .or....ml willing tu ",J u.lca of Prubaip! ,of tb* County of.CV
UU1:&, l'ot6A and a Mexican. {found _;__ ;_,-_. --, -__ nut mum'than flicient 'ntJ"ahr f .tI"h )'nungI lumbia, for L''tier..,f Administration: on iheMt.teof '

(;?- WoETn.- l'he among..them was shot, It is said that NO'j'ICE.S men ready ..willing I, to juin" anti and 10(rieud-i liasicit, far'" Sam"ll1..1t'. n.'fat, eiaadcnuaty: decea.ed. .

. 181 41 the Washington Unr besides these already captured,* Capt. { .MONTHS. JiVr d'ii ii, I nhall pre ent myACCOMOU 'support, W their|VlIowcrr ntrrm..nndvHnod. : .nearly (aur- WM.. H. JlOUSSEAU.:.
t 6th i inst, says-ve4iigc; h. .AlbertPil't, of theArkansas t reigm nt AI"I! "1H.r.Jt4tr..1..t.cbtut'tlfiJofm: and nil ho.ili trhirnphantlyr TssalLuc1i ben January 29,1847. ,
. b' n"flwn.I. flf Nn '. tkceti..attrthp; : f nmtulod in:the enemit-.,country.; \ 1
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that Hragadier neralh and/Cnpt.! JVtni Heady of Kentucky I. iounlfJ"* cause :
Jjae uld .ylt iUUr
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JmlgeHf! i! cmty.' : beLinil WEEKS afi.rtMai8 application will: be
; .Las in. consequence of his gal. regimerii.hav/5/ ,been] tntenW_ Aw.*'final'.*ttl 'fn *iit fit liflhI.r eun.. iuutjliafl-.( 'LkT U."AeT. .Their' will-jdo ba enough"nctl1hI.-Ct uf ,It (Jb-m-_ d -b7 -\he wwler Pd to, tIM I1oiI.;abe

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. ;: U. ,8. ,JMhON1BAOT8. tat .** to thc tainty,s Its' River for the annual of $ Florid tad
'Mleeial Springs''and'LitUe, W Alligator. ,. ;J sum iildiTrom" 'accommodation for irMel It will\ &vaag, ..
122 toilet:and back week. ''' Dated.Fora any Crrek.MedirIa'St. J '
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*Eil orf/ l Cn.i.jI.l (I -- not be entitled.to the rout*, $ ,' IW.St..L.i.
a eaveTafl&bi1N.enry: Sunday .B a to, arrive of t guarantee to accompany,cad) bid: Wary; 1.IeIt ...
: :, rT :,' \,, "- :iS45sectioI3.\ kMlTbe SO. When the bid doe not name a rood, of .n.:
: ; : $ ",b4J, it fnrtier ttocicd. That j it shall be at Alligator taxi day by 1 p m. ,< i : undersigned.[here insetMbe! ,, name of the ,conveyance, it will be tab and onderstixid'id be i aLe U.8.Mail to lhe ibo,, .-..- 'rJMhpIv '"

l the doty t of the Postmaster General, in all:future Leave,Alh1erJWedP1dt at.I p rn,arrive guarantor'or guarantor] guarantied that. [.here I InM'rt for the lowest mod of conveyance,: .to-witt on );
f of contracts for the truiportsiion'ofibe, at TslJahasseenexlay: by 6'p .. name of bidder or names of biddeas, as., the horseback. .\Vhen U'propose to carry accotdiog: ."IIAnBEWs .;* ,.

fcctiags jaail, to let the same,in every:case, to the lowest rroposshi1or' .,twice,, also .(or \,three time :% case ins,be,1 if his (or their) bid for carrying the 10 the advertiem f and no mode of eeorync.' hauled ..tba.ber'det4rs ....:. ."
week*errie e will be considered mail from ',to' accepted by ud abini',, t
S .bidder tendering scent guarsjuses for fshhMperocmncei is"stated ror.the route in,the .dertisem.r.itwhlbeconaiderd furnbbW
without'other reference to the mode Proposal. to run, by White Spring instead, of, the Postmaster General, shall enter into an obI"11onpriorto a* offering only for horseback; CODWfiJanctt. much omely and Mia**, ...

'. of,such transportation than may, bsneceuryto Little River will be considered, the first d.y'or July next, with good ,. fort, she lmpr ,.& Aa (or ..,,

;$ I.tI provide for the doe celerity. certainty, end ecuricy 3518. From Tallahassee, .by Miccotukio to and sufficient sureties to perform' the service pro 21. Since: 'the passage of the act of March 3d: roate. T eaa'fioU .wilt atrpaaaedb- : ** ..,

1 !jt1i of such transportation; ,nor shall any new contractor Monticello,38 mile and back, twice a week.' posed." ,1845, a new descriptloo.oftid bat been received.. ,Ttwindy .m urn '. Ii'r

: hereafter be required to purchase out or Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday and Friday Dated.- It specifies no mode! conveyance( but engages to. daily Ii:?* of sttamtr nahtf, Wfon1the for OarfsS?

iI: :take at valuation,'the stock or vehicles ot" any at 6 a m, arrive at:Monticallo same day by 6 pm. INSTRUCTIONS. carry tM mall with certaintycelerityand security; eery evening. ..
I jI previous contractor for the same route.*'. '" Leave Monticvllo every Monday and Thursdayat 1. 'Seven 'min trs are allowed for, opening! and aiing the terms of the law. These bids are'called S .Ahsopssieng, wUblnr. '

: ,I ur Bidders U be careful to'read the forms 6 a m, arrive 'at.Tallahissee same day by G' closing the mails at all offices where no particular from the manner In which.they are designated on' brigoi bsrqueline* total.' ..

Il It' sad inlt C appended to this advertisement.They .- pm.. time is specified; but on railroad and steamboat the books of the department, llrlil,." It.ha* 'Tlmrsdayand which Wa'" 81 "

', L J3 *re requested to state in their ,proposals."I. 3519. From Tallahassee by Manntngton, and route there is to be'no more delay than 1st'necessary been decided, after mature consideration, that ft arrival oftbe.St.Saturday for N.'J"

; cite mode by which theyinteid to convey the mail. Duncansville, Geo., to Thomasville. 34 mile and to deliver and receive the bags. bid proposing a specific mode olconveysaceof a*I P..lenter.itb Matthew*Um rl "

r tjr: Where the she and weight of the mail, or the back once a week. 2. The mati is to conveyed in preference to high a grade a* two-horse coach transportation i* Board of either: hw If their betnn.'.q..

- peed called for in tho schedule*, shall require it, Leave Tallahassee every,Thursday at 6a, tn, passengers and to 'their entire exclusion,. if its to be,preferred to the star bid. The ,experienceof T.a boat will, h'qalnd." .

.: ,,: i1k the contract will be made (or coach, teamboat,' arrive at ,Thomasville same day fay 7 pin. weight and bulk require it. of department enable it to lay down the, fol te'Piis1kft! 'a'18 u ton...)

$I .t, t railroad conveyance as the ,case may be; and, Leave: Thom .,ill every Wednesday at 6am, 3. Post Office blanks, mail bags, and: the special wing rule., viz: 'Praia every Tuesday.. A.M.. iL-I..

4rt. consequently,such routes will be let to bids proposing arrive at .Tallahassee same day by 7 p m. agents ot the department exhibition. of ,IVhen the, mail on the route i Is pot so large a* Black Creek, "

such mode of conveyance. In all other case 3520. From .Tallahassee. by Salubrity and 'their credentials, are 'to be conveyed without to require two-horse coach conveyance, a star bid Jacksonville p. .w.'' :

t the routes will be assigned ,to bid proposing the Quincy, to Bainbridge, Ga., 48 miles and back, further charge, on mail lines 'admitting of 'such if the lowest, will be preferred to the specific bid. For freight or p"i.p, 'D' .
mode of transportation. week. When mail of such size and app3 to
i cheapest: three times,a conveyance. J22. the : are weight DD board,or to -
; : f Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday, Thursday, .,4. Mail agents are ,to be conveyed without as to render It necessary expedient,in reference' WdOD & !:
1tL PROPOSALS and: Sunday. at 9 a m, arrive at Bainbridge same charge on the principal railroad and steamboat<<, to them alone. provide two-horse coach convey CLAOBoFERNANDA .

. CARRYING THE MAILS OF THE day*by 9 p m.. hiIes.where the size ofth mails and the numberof ance the specific bid. though the highest will be, S4
t ( STATES from the lit of July, Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, the officers will require their employment by preferred" to the star bid, to the extent of a mod '81-';'

c '1847 to the 30th Jane, 1851 inclusive Florida, and Friday, at I a m, arrive at Tallahassee same the department; and in that case, a separate apartment erate difference in the compensation.! In case the A. COY AIt"DIIJ

will be received at the contract office of the Post I day* by 3pm.Proposals for the assorting and safe keeping of the difference is not such as to Intf'rfnwith the policy '

V f Office Department in the city Washington, until : for lemi.weeklYlemce will be con- mail i is to be provided by the contractor under the ; of the new law, which looks to a reduction in the D7Tbe.t..m A..nt.1lt 1=-

: 9. a. m.. of the 10th March, 1847, (to be decided -! sidered. direction of the department. cost transportation. Exceptions, however, may in connection with SARAfLSPjL this UQ ""

4 j : I by the lit day of April) on the routes and in I 3521. From Monticello, by Grooverville, Ga., 5. In all cases there is to be a forfeiture of the be allowed where the star bid is made by the present Lake Monroe, one hundred boar and to 1.1t-Lttf

(I .ptb the manner and time herein specified, viz: I to Thomsville,31 miles and back, once a week. pay of'the trip, when the trip is not run'; a forfeiture I owner of the stock on the route, and it is bove P.lntka up the St. Jobo's

1ui; & FLORIDA. Leave of at least one fourth part of it when the' manifest that the reasons for pr f rring the specific Sepu 12. 1846. rhn ,> .
3501. From St. Augustine, by Jacksonville and Monticello every Wednesday at C a rn,
bid do exist in his
running or arrival is so far behind time as to 'lose not case.
rc' : Kirkland, to St. !. ary'., Ga.,90 mile and back, arrive at Thomasville same day by 5 p m. the connexion with a depending mail and a forfeiture I I 23. On routes of the highest class, where four- Florida and Sava'I
Leave Thomasville every-Tbur.day at 6 a m,
.4 &p once a week. of a due proportion of it when a grade of I horse coach or steamboat transportation is required Packec.
'. LeaveSt. Augustine every Wednesday am, arrive at Monticello same day by 5 p m. service is rendered inferior to that in the contract. by the size and importance of the mails the THE rPtu'arStfana'

hbI! strive at St. Mar,'. next day by 12 m. and 3522.back From twice Quincy week.to Chattahoochie, 21 miles These forfeitures may be increased into penalties preference for the specific bid will be, if necessary &t. : GASTON, Cart. F.PPVbj1'facLttJ

j Leave St. Ma..eyery Thursday ayl p m, arrive a and of higher amount according to the nature or frequency carried to a greater extent of difference than on rive at Picolat.1Fri
at St. Augustine next day by 11 p m. Leave Quincy every Tuesday Thursday at the inferior coach route however the at 9 A. M. each week JIIIrI I
) arrive at Chattahoochie 9 of the failure and the importance of the subject, to ing on and wifl j .
4pm days
same by
c 3502. From St. Augustine,by New Smyrna St. mail. exceptions above stated. P. M. for Savannah via Mandarin, 1s14.sIsll i
; Lacie and Miami river, to Key West, 600 mile m.Leave Cbattahoochie Wednesday and 6. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinquency 24. A modification of a bid, in any of its essential -I St. Marys, and all other immediate. _, ,

: and back twice a month every be satisfactorily explained in due time for ) terms. is tantamount tn a new bid. and cannot arrive in Savannah early on Sued5 .. I
Friday at 1 a m, arrive at Quincy same days by 6 ,
II Leave St. Augustinn on the lit and 15th oft am. failing take from, or deliver at, a post office, the be received so as to interfere with regular competition Passenger for Charleston can .....,..,'les11,id.a

;., 4 ieacll month arrive at Key West in seven days. Proposal for tri.weekly service will be- considered. mail, or any part of it; for suffering it to be wet, after the last hour set for receiving bids.C. in the evening in dailyjine of 5111""'" .
.t :4 Leave Key West on the 8th and 23d of each injured, lost, or destroyed; for conveying it in a' JOH SON. The Gaston run in connection -b. """,

5' month, arrive at St. Augustine in seven days. 3523.From Chattahoochie, by Ochesee' Blounts- place or manner that exposes it lo depredation, Postmaster GeneraL \Va.hhnrnViJd r'. Brig tiDe( r.-.. .

1 Proposals for service once a month will*be con- town, lola, and Fort Gadsden. to Apalachicola, loss, or injury; for refusing after demand to convey Pod Office Departmfnt, Nov. 23, 1846. New York, of which one leaves etm*. y..ij.

. ; idered. 150 miles and back, twice a week from lit! October n mail by any coach, railroad car, or steamboat Dec 18 12 wIn morning. ]
3503 From St. Augustine to Picolata, 18 miles which the Th. Gaston doe I
contractor regularly runs on the route not return to Black(
. L.t.' to 1st of June in each year, and once a week Clrcut C our1. rl It
;:r and back, once a week. the residue.. beyond the specified number of trips in the con- EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. her way to Savannah.

_ : Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a m, From lit October to lit June. tract, and for not arriving at the time set; and COUNTY or DDVAL: NOVIMBKR TERM 1846.- NAMES OF PACKETS.

'1'4 Ir'; ; arrive at Piealata: same day by 12 m. Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday. and Fri- for setting up or running an express to transmit TUCSDAT. December 1. 1846. The vessels compo. .s* this Line, ..iIIe"j" ,
Leavo Picolata every Monday at 10 p m, arrive commercial intelligence in advance the mail be despatched regularly
tiny at 12 m, arrive at Apalachicola next days by a PRKSKBT, The lion. THOMAS DOUGLAS, every Monday nL\*
IJ atSt.Augustinnnextdayby3am. 6 m. penalty will be exacted equal to a .quarter'pa Judge, &c. Brig CLI NTON.T. Lynn. mane,Jqrp It
for also for three times a week Brie AUGUSTA
- I Proposals twice ). A. M. Sherwood
- Leave Apalachicola every Tuesday and Thursday DpWTanM ) ,,
service will bo considered.! 7. The Postmaster General annul the C: Its CHAKCKRT, .1 sine 23. .
5 arrive Chattahoochie may
: i nt a ra, at next days w
3504. From Garey's Ferry by Fort Harlee. by 11 a m. contract for repeated" failures" for violating[ the Elizabeth Tanner. J Bill for Divorce. NewburkVERNON.W.Brig. Ehlerymu.i.j,1

I.ti Newnansville. and Ellisyille, to Alligator, 80 I From 1st June to 1st October. post office laws; for disobeying the instructions of appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, SA V A NAII. A. Hawley. maivJ.

miles and back once a week. Leave Cbattahoochie every Wednesday at 12 the department; for refusing to discharge a carrier IT that the Defendant.Elizabeth Tanner reside Brie? EXACT.J. J,,'an-on, nmsier...,,..

I Leave Garey Fery every Tuesday at 4 p m. m, arrive at Apalachicola next Friday by 11 a m. when required by the department; for assigning out of the State of Florida anti beyond Ih. .jurisdiction Brig EXCEL. C. B. Smith, ml.rrJk1."
IS arrive at Alligator next day by 12 m. the contract without the consent of the Postmas' Th.e'p.. ..IJ are commanded by
Leave Apalachicola Monday at 9 a m, arrive I of this Court ; Off MOTION (If R. Dorman, me* tf.
SI i14 Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p m, arrive at Cbattahoochie next Wednesday by Ham.Proposals General, orforsetting up or running an express Esquire, Solicitor for the Complainant in the above experience who will nuo every exrnioa tsmii
: as aforesaid.' PM.*enger. a. comfortable )
*tGar'sFernetJayby1Oam. for an additional weekly trip from Isi entitled cause IT is as possible.
i i Proposals for twice, also for three times a week October to lit June will be considered. 8. The Postmaster General may alter the contract i ORDERED, That, a bearing bad on the fart They will sail| punctually as .bnre, aal{ i.

i aervico will be considered. 3521. From St. Joseph's, to Apalachicola. 25 and alter the schedule he allowing a pro- charged in the said Bill of Complaint of said\ cases U towed to sea (lv a Srenmhoar.
;: 3505. From Jacksonville to Alligator, 70 miles rata increase of compensation, within the restrictions GEORGE HOLMISL
mile and back twice week from 1st October to Complainant at the next Term of this court: And.
I .P ; and back, once a week. 1st June, and once a week the residue of the imposed by law, for the additional service if the said Defendant fails to appear. a decree A jrent. Jackicavilk

r' Leave Jacksonville every Tuesday at 6 p. m, year. required or for the increase speed, if the employment may then pats in the same manner as though sail Berth, cnn beernre" <) nt St. A (uMioros.,

.j i arrive at Alligator next flay by 12 m. From 1st October tn lit June. of additional stock or carriers is rendered Defendant should appear and be present in Court. plication to B. E. CARR & CO., '\na

tt Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p in, arrive Leave St. Joseph's every Monday and Saturday necessary; but the contractor may in such case, AND IT. IS FURTHER ORDERED, That Certified July 15.1845.Agricultural.

*Jacksonville next day by S am. at 7 a rn, arrive at Apalachicola same day by 5 relinquish the contract on timely notice, if lie copy of this Order be published in some newspaper
: 1r Proposals for twice also for three times a week prefers it to the change. The Postmaster General printed within the Eastern Circuit of the Implement

5 ;' service on this route will be considered. m.Leave Apalachicola. every Sunday and Friday at may annu! the contract or curtail the service, State of Florida for the space 1Jlhr months. before DENSLOW & WEBSTSAVANNA ,
ip' 3586.( From Pilatkn, by Orango Springs Fort and pay when he wishes to dispense with the !!. GA.
? 7 am, arrive at St. Joseph's same days by 5 p m. the first day of the next Term of this Court.I .
I : King Long Swamp. Okahumka Fort Dade, and From 1st Juno to lt October. service in whole or in part, or place higher or OSCAR HART, Clerk of.aid Court dhrrehy DEALERS in the (..Uuwin: orliel.... -!&Trhv3tilm

ri .. Fort Fo,ter.' to Tampa. 155 miles and back,once Leave St.Joseph's every Saturday at 9 a m, ar- I different grade of service on the route, he allowing certify the above to be a true copy of th*Older .Id on a* nnon M<. terms, a, any otir nbl]
; week. _:__ _.. __iu:__i_ ____ -'__.i.rr one month's extra pay on the nmountdi.pen.edwilh. Ii.ftm..nr in the Southern eimnirr.. .
-4. entered of record in said entitled
i it a at ni iacuicwiii; valuta uaj uy i pni. caus ut JaI.1Term *-- V
I Leave Pilatkaevery Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive Leave Apalachicola every Friday at 12 m, arriveat of said Court. A CO IPLETr. urtmenti.rApinrnlI)

$ !Jir at Tampa next Friday by 5 p m. St. Jo.ppb'same d"yy 10 pm. 9. The payments will be made through drafts on WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunte 1,1rmf'ntJ. consisting of 28 diffmnt tarsdpnttrrn :

.;. Leave Tampa every Tuesday at 10 a ra, arrive 3525. From Bainbridge. Ga.by Chatrnhoochie, post offices or otherwise, after the expiration of set my hand and affix the sex! of Mid Itr Plonch. H..*., (\'Ri.e ii tatty AwTtftc

-'r at Pilatka next Friday by 5 p m. Ringgold, Mariana, Scurlack's Spring Wehbville each quarter, say in February, May August and \L L. S.I Court, at theCouit-House in the City of and Ox Chain*. Shovels, and .SiJw.Hij

t'; Proposals far twice a week service will be con- Campbelton Geneva, AI mi rant e, Milton, Florida-, November. Jacksonville this twenty ninth day of and M..n....>Forks. Patent and Anw-rirsarils
:'i eidered. 10. The distances are given according to the Reap H ( town, to P acola, 231 miles and back, three December, A. D.. 1646.OSCAH !
: 3507. From Pilatka, by Enterprise, to Mellon- times a week. best information; but no increased pay will be allowed HART Clerk. mid Cob CrtuLcrn. IVtnMe French BwiGrk

't9 yule, 125 miles and back, once a week. Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, should they prove take greater than is advertised January 15th. 1847. 3m Mills, nAnd Cnrn MlSvrnuCuitmOzfla.! .

.4 *# Leave Pilatka every Tuesday at 10 a ra, arrive and Friday at 2 a m, arrive at Pensaeola! every if the places are correctly named. Patent C..urntl. Foo Cotton Gin, Saw G"usf

.. !: at Mellonville next day by 5 p m. Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday by,4 p m. 11. The Postmaster General is prohibited by Alacliua County SlitiriiPs Sale. ent Fan Mills and Nail
virtue of the vetted
r Leave Mellonviile every Thursday at 10 a m, Leave Pensacola every Sunday. Tuesday, and law from knowingly making a contract for the BY power. me by law. 1 Fullnssuitment of White Lend.nnd CnluirpaI'.s
shall ( "Ip-in! front
of ilia
:: ; arrive at Pjlatka next day by 5 p m. Friday, at 3 a m, arrive Bainbridge every Tuesday transportation of the mail with any person who expose or CourtHouse Painter' nrttrlen. Sperm While.Ciuiiir .U Itllf'4-1
dour in the Town of
; 3508. From Mnllonville to New Smyrna. 30miles shall have NewnunsviJIt, urn ih* Varnishes.i.
and entered into Oil.Sriil.l"'pf'otinp
::4 Thursday, Sunday by 10 p m. any combination or proposed ,
second (
Monday o July next, between the- hours
and back week. Glltti.Vinduw i iGmi
onee a into Sissb.
,Proposals to commence the route at Chauahoo- to enter any combination to prevent ami o'dock.o
of ten two much of the
Leave Mellonvillo every Thursday at G a m, chie, will be considered. the making of any bid for a mail contract. by any interest of the named undivided Powder. Shot Bar Lead, PerciM.i".CirFooUrnp \

p. arrive at New Smyrna same day by 5 p m. Prono4aUfor once a week, also fortwice week other person or persons or who shall have made certain following ponona in and to Lpnr,.. Wmnpii. and FRIN1X
tract of 'land
Leave New Smyrna every Wednesday G am, service, will be considered. any agreement, or shall have given or performed a Alachua Arredondu parrel knuwn a* the PAPER, PRINTING and Writing INK. |

-,, t arrive at fell llville same day by 5 p m. 3526. From Mariannn by Oaky Hill and promised to give or perform any consideration the State and County Grant.tax due as will said IS tidy and pay Carpenters Coopers Edge T_;GAICO

et 3509. From Newnansville! to New River 22 Holmes Valley. to Uchee Anna, 60 ,miles and todo,or not to do, any thing whatever to induce on interest for SEEDS warmnteil as good as any to lfrl ,
: the 1846 and all
1Np miles and back, once a\\OPt k. bark once a week. any other rerson not to bid. for a mail contract.- I and year about the advertisement legal costs and charges of Orders thankfully) received and promptly*.red

': ? ,.j Leave Newnnnsville every Wednesday at 1 p m, Leave Mariannn every Thundny at 6 am, arriveat Particular attention is called to the 28th sectionof wit: and "sale therein, to.Snvannnh..
; arrive New River by 8 Uchee Anna 5 the act of I83C to Ga., June 19th 1846.
.ir1s4 at same day p m. next day by p m., prohibiting combinations to The interest Jeromey Johnson -
Leave New River Wednesday at Sam. Leave Uchee Anna 6 bidding. or N. Wells.
1r every every Tuesday at a m, arrive prevent
The interest William Tho/n. TAX SIlL
arrive Newnanville same day 'by 12 m. at Mnrianna next day by 5 p m. 12. A bid received after time to wit: the 10th .l
: The interest oldie heir of Wm. virtue of the vested ,
3510. From N wrnan"vill. by Santa Fe, and 3527. From Marianna, Jackson county to St. March next, at 9 a. m., or without the guaranty Taylor BY power in ate bjU
i The interest of John R. Townll $ *
.$u '4 Fort Fanning, to Cedar Keys, 103 miles and back Andrews Bay, 60 miles and back, once A week. required by law,or that combines several routes in The interest of John M. Seaman.nd. door expose fur sale,before the C rt
week. Leave Marianna 6 i ne um of compensation, be tnlfiec.'ty: Jacksonville, county
1 once a every Thursdry at n m, arrive cannot considered in
The interest of John N. SlIy..r.'The on the 2nd Monday in next, The(.l" c
Leave Newnnsvi1lecveryWednesdny at 7 St. Asdrews 6 competition with a regular -
ilL am at Bay next day by pm. proposal not adjudgedto
interest of and IhI5' '
; arrive at Cedar Keys next day by 7 p m. Leave St. Andrews'Bay :every Tuesday at 6 a be extravagant. Rogers Price. property, or act much thereof. .. willpsr
r'lF Leave Cedar Keys every Friday 6am.-arriveAtNewnansvilla m, arrive at Mariannanezt day by 6 pm. 13. A bidder may offer, where tho transportation The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Tax for 1845. and Slate and County Tax >''
The interest of Ichabod asiiMTrout
D1 It next dAY by 6 p m. 3528. From Geneva Ala.. to Clay Bank, 26 called for in the advertisement is difficult or Prall. year 1816 10.000 acres of land on |
The interest *
of Aaron
. 1t 3 U. From Newnansville. by Fort Clark, Wacahootio. miles and back, once a week., impracticable at certain reasons, to substitute an Peck. Creek, known as the SiHbald TrsrifU

ai- and Micanopy, to Fort King, 64 miles Leave Geneva every Tuesday at Dam, al rive inferior mode. of conveyance,.or to intermit service The The interest interest of of Mordecni Israel M. Noah. acres on Dunn's CreebJieJitDging in the beirfsfP1

'It1ii.: sndbackonceaweek.4titr at Clay Bank sam.day by 5 pm. a specified number of days, weeks or months. Frost. mingo Fernandez; 282 aries MI the
The interest of Noah
Leave NewnnnsvUla every'! Wednesday at 8 am, I Leave Clay Bank every Monday at 9 a m, arrive. He may propose to omit an office that is inacc-s- Jarvii. Biver, at a place called St. Jiwepb a*.

ic arrive at Fort King next day by 8 p m. at Geneva same day by 5 p m. '. slIde, or is not on the sthge road, the railway. or The interest of Mordecai Mv4 r'* by the K'taie of Wipers Smith. 232 ae*! '
The intt'reltorlhe sa1'Al
-cJ Leave Fort King every Friday at 8 a m, arriveat 3529., From Pensaeolaby Honey Cut Ala, and at a ttenmhoat landing.as the case may.b*,; or hw heirs of Alexander Muir. St. John River called St. Josepfc,
Newrnansvtlle next day by.8 p m. Blakely, to Mobile, 72 miles and back, threo time 'may offer to substitute an inferior mode of supply Frederick Marquand. by James Singleton; and adjoiRi..be )its **

3512. From Wacahootie, Emathla, Camp Iz-I a week. in such case*. He may propose different days The interest of Gilbert Lewis. mentioned Tract; 11.50 acre situated M5'

ard, Horoosatia. Augusta and Chocochatie, to Leave Pensacola every Sunday, Tuesday, and and hours of departure and arrival provided no. The The inlerestof interest Bloodgnod and Thomlll Tilliton. pie Swamp near Na..ai. River, .i5VW4'. .*.. <<

Fort Dad. 93 miles and back, onco a week. Friday, at 5 p m, arrive at Mobile next day by 11 more running time is asked, and it ts obvious that of Thomas Napier. THOS. LEDWITH. SWriff. D.p- '
I.eueVacabontie every Thursday .at 6am, a rn- no mail connexion or other public accommodation And also so mi ch of the undivided interest. of By A.V.. CRICHTO& IXSkwft

: Arrive at Fort Dade next Saturday by 5 p.m.Lave Leave Mobile every Monday, Thursday% and is prejudiced.; He may ask for more running timeto the lam'e..aid'Orant of the following, named persons Jacksonville' (kr. 9. 1846. L "

Fort Dade every Monday at 6 a.marriv Saturday 12 ro., arrive at Pensacola next days the trip, during a specified number of days, nt as will pay theStase tax for the year 1845.. Columbia SJtedtlBy life.
and the
_-- _at Wacahootie next Wednesday by 5 p m., by7am., ,\ certain seasons ,peculiarly bad roads; but be- Slate and Conniy tax for the,ye r 1846. virtue of County fi.rifac1V'ihe ,;
anti all Itf
3513. From Alligator, by Suwannee Shoals. oBltlunt' Proposals for,daily nervice will be considered. yond.these changes,a proposal for.ervicedifferent legal costs inch charges in and about the t Clerk a niEce CwWiCo4*"* '

Ferry, 35 mile and ack.'ooce a,week. 3530. From Key West. by Indian Key., to from the advertisement will. prevent its being considered advertisement and sale thereof to wit.: of Columbia. of.the : ;ir.1. pitldii :'
The County
j Easte/nCin
: Leave, Alligator every Thursday at 5 a m, arriTeatBlount'1 Charleston, S. C.,, 700 miles and back, once a In competition with'a regular bid not set ntezestof A. D. Forest. wherein tM"M.St'ewuirt'is i
[ The iuterpstofj. Alexander Martin
Delano. u f
Ferry same day by C r.m. month. aside forexltILv.gance; and where bid contains '
1ehl DI1-
Leave Jilounts Ferry every Friday at 5 a m, arrive Leave Key West from the 16th to the 20lh of I any of the above alterations, their disadvantages The interest of John Rodman.Tho will Defendant, I hart t" ,\;

.ip: at Alligator same day by 6 p:m. each mouth arrive at. Charleston with all practicable will be estimated in comparing with other .interest of R. Davsviport. nf'CIftd'Dr. aate.tfuretbeCo) -
White Jasper pro The interest of T. Doremu- JA tli. Town of Alligator. oat). "' .:
1ILt 3514.,. Alligator by Springs, despatch. posals. ,
Mc Benton. Woodland. Cherry Lake, Clifton d Leave Charleston on the 1st day of"each month, 14. There should be but one route bid, for in a The interest of the heirsof Thomas .lter. April next, within legal hoe;'. (betw :.H .:
163 miles'and back all .. I. 'The interest ,of Suydam.: scribed property lo ,-itJ E M oilY J\l .,
Aocilla, to Moat cello. once a arrive at Key West with practicable despatch.Proposals propo I '
week *- to embracoCap'Elorida and St. 'Augustine 15. The route, the service, the yearly ''the The interest of Benjamin L.:Wait*. Sec7: AlsoNJ.2ofSE1.4Sec7Atof toil*
Leave Alligator? every Wednesday at, 1 p m, arrive will be considered. .. bidder's name and residence and the name pay.of each The interest Barnabas Osburn. S AlaoSW W"1-4 Sec 8; Also,-E 1.2.0111V A1U ****'*.! .,

at'Monticello next Friday a pm. 3532. From Key: West to St. Augustine, .600 'member of "t the firm, where a company offers, Thu interest Shiven' : Parker. 17; 1-4 ofSecl7; .

.$ II Leave Monticello every Saturday at_5'a m, ar miles and back, twice a month. ShOll rd.be. dll"nctly.tattld-.al.o the mode of conveyance Also. a sufficient portion of a'. ceriaia tract or South Levied,of Range.,15 East, In'all of Coah sai ..,,' -. '..

rt rive'at Alligator next Monday by. IS m. Leave K..y'e.. ,on_the '8th and 23d\'of each if higher mod., than on horseback is parcel of land known as the Strong Grant now upon a th j property ,... ,J
I Ih1 3515.,From Tallahassee,to St.,Marks; 22 miles month, arrive at St. Augustine in seven days.Leavo intended. owned or claimed by William Maven, a* will pay be sold,to *aafy! ,.irfwit.offiettfci ,. I

iU .&ad back three times a week. ,St. Augustine the lit.un, 15th of the State and County tax due thereon for the' 1rJB1J1L1ZP.ATC'q;
t _L __ __.L .- __' y,_ _,on... __, _, 1_,,_ 16.. ,The.b. should.. ,be sentunclerspa_ ,.addresst 1846,'and all legal and charges in.and.ahoutitbe year 1t
Leave Tallahassee, every Monday, Thursday, cacn monin, arrive.ai jxey west, in seven uajrs. .L T : v. cost u,__ _; '"' '
eo 10 me riwt Assistant rostmas '! ,General with ..ft'1tiUfr.. .. ,
; ,
advertisement ,
,and Saturday 7 arrive St. Mark terminate thin Cedar and sale thereof. ----I .1.ftq SAMVI
a rn, at .came, Proposals to .route at Keys, Mail Proposals in the .Slat of. writtenon -'- '
xlyby 10"in. instead of St.,Augustine, will be considered.. the face of the letter; and should tw, i ipd ,Said Grant'is tt'd'about eight irriil** i1irp JJW... ,.

,l..f'ay.St. Marks every Monday, Thursday,. and 03": Proposals for supplying the following- offices in time to.he. received by ,or before despatch the 10th 1 Newnansville, rat W West of Noctruanrtwlhoandedon 1. h'f: -f t

.:Saturday,tt 2 p m, arrive' at Tallahassee same Florida, at a sum,to be named, arid subject to ,March next,at 9 o'clock, a. m. the North by the,RwrSantalKeiflaad>.mll ) oe. 1 1IEiejT
4aysbi5pm. the condition of limited the net '17 Thn South by :public.Jan D lni (fi etjonji ,".t} 1
being to proceeds .contracts are to ,be executed by or be MM.uILolitlII.gc.ILtI.O'4' i
3516. From TIlabasseebyNew Port and St. acres, a* appcoararom t wmi'Mtle tIDtLbe
of the office, are invited: fore theist July next. : r : : .'
Marks, to Shell Feint, 32 miles and back, three China ,Hill from Quincy (12 ,miles and back- Tax Assessor. :Said.interwt.d \WIHiim Itttutn IIWJIJUtA'M. I IimpiFbrnary6ib
time a week to New'Port;,and once ,a week the once a week. 18. Postmasters at office* at.cruFon ,or,near wiU be sold on the .**co tl: lank Y tf.f/f>pttf.jwr. .J&4. _,, -- .
railroads, but more than eighty rods from a in front otheNewnanrduhi Court, .
depot, Hooe.uH0Qrir
ftsidne ttke :ffb .of
Ret'ormfrom Quincy, 10 miles, and back, once vn ftetleee .
i ,Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday, Thursday,, week.. will.4mmdlately. afler'the 1st.Aprilnoxr, report ,between lh tt* '
4 arrive New a that ,fact to the department, stating:ihtir. o''cl l ck. ':rn030IC.I i rXMOHTHS: after dau, ,1.haJ1' :
.. r and Saturday 7 am, at Port same from Columbus 35 miles and back I exact IILX ;. ol.-
'dsmby2pm. Troy, once a; distancofrorn. the railroad depot and how other.. Jan 8, '1847. 'Shpriff.'ad rru.rCdn"ct ,. ,a countaand_ vouchers,as .Pxecatortate : E
; nery.Aonday.Wednndayand" week. : ,wise. ,supplied with the mail,.to enable the Post :_ J of Mary Fernandez, late of 'Na.sa*0,114,
Leave Newport Woodstock Mills from St. Mary's; 20 miles' WOTICE.A **
the Hon. of,P*" '
-General deceased
,master the u Judge
to direct
Friday,'at 7 a'tn,arrive at T&I!nuste tame day proper supply" to bemade LL persons hityIn .
and claim
: weeks the
backf once a >' 'frem the.railroad by mail from against Estate county.for a final settlement oT said
,by!r m. :Furm bid where ( advertisement after messengers, at 6 for A no change rom and the 1st Julynext. couaty; shall' at theroe, apply ,
Sawrdny a arrive ,1tf
Leave m deceased
Newport every wilL I
Sb.liPontssmodsyby1Oain.: is contemplated ))11he bidder 19.Under the act ot'3d, March, 1845, the roule'J'"to within: the, present them to the: subscriber l Ion,as$wch Execnlor. of which .n pf j jS ,
"rorwe. the'case mny be),,[here write the be'let to the, lowest bidder"te derinl.ufti UiPrescrined! by, !law, or they ,wifl est.d lo said estate era desired to take

: Leave Shell Point every Saturday, 1 p m,' tr' name"'or names'in'full]of[here. state the residenceor ctent,guaranties.for faithful\ performance,without I.Debarred, endihose indebted' to'the said Estate, JOHN L.. VILLALON ,
I will mak
.'cltotN.wportssmediy' by 6 pm. residences) hereby propose. to carry:the mall on: other reference to the ,mode of transportation than : payment'to January J5" J 847. ,E:!! 1
{; Proposals to extend ,the triweeklwnrice to ALBERT and
N,. \>>ften"o.l be CLARK
to. at
may !necessary tot provide for the due
St..Mark,, will be considered.. ; : celerity,_ :, AAL1NEqiuf :' :_ ,- ',' uTti ') irNi[ Q .
the:advertisement' wqi ire fa:the time ftated f in certainty,and,security.of stpb,transportation. .. :_. : ?
":517*,IwrnTaUthftisea, by LipCAt Clarion,: the'schedulesand of ,..T, ,<' Achnlnistrator sail 4 ,, JJlS zxzDITIOIIS&Tt .
by the JUiiinjinodo!! : con; i 'y."i o She Jo w.ett"bid'proJ1Oa.u'4.. of tow vi. .I' *.4"4' r1Jld.t .4 07 ALL, ainzoss
olU.ta; .pt'Dto : t.Y.i .Qf onJr
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