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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 19, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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I 03-A5l be .* nlrertJ nentt. Senate: at the dpebinfr! Of the'pre; of this" particular !libef\ 1 51n) )Ire., I nevrwasinvitedto have'noqnestion will receive, : < '
iO"All'bills for Job"Priming. mult be paid mi thr_. seat 'e sloir but I allowed. myaelf tob but:'if:so, he:could ,at least' have'exefqf, ;' one, .three fourths;; ,of the popular vote ,of

Ie1iTf"ry ol the work most be addre1ft4'Gn.t.aT tn dissuaded ifom 'such ,a, :coarse' by se4 J.a/salutary; ) :com rollingirifiuence' : Jljf aeeexpectiobe'\VhigSenators J, canppt Jielp' .FJpifidainn J lif.the head of the. .present: S. _
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IN, SENATE.. .. I Union'Wpuld. 1t s make reparation was. i ignorant thai ejresolutionj Iqiyolyed.' ,Upon'This i 'subject 'J Have three other *: oceor I

: ( February, 1841.S for;this.:Joutrajre,.upor[:Ji uaKiAition1 !beAin .were ofl'ethltwbtiOurs. : after, they;.(fere 1 o'ne. ,' interrogatory: to_ propound. to the And ,I .ocratic candidates. I I
'I.hope ii Se.the- ;WhBntflistjfovrnmenvlike i ; particularly!directeij ;to it,|; "ndJt before 'us. 1 :Had; be. desired! harmony honptable .S natot frpoi Tennessee I !not. go furtherandsaythsat ,.1 shall,. 5 t

!tbftt :ef.Ufeat,:Britan.Vill. was intimated to, me_ that jl waJs;'wSbjftble had ;he \vished 'conciliation, would he .woujd I respectfully 'flA J him '.\which' ,he of separate.State myself] from the Democracy .
itself for of its citizens l the publication 'was made. flijring not.have"repressed 'influences whichinducing1 I my fprthis Administration.i .
_ substitute every one :, .considers the most. .cp1dusive! -evidence 1 .I.can incur 5
. however .humble\ ,. who may4be I'I r. Rltchl ie's absence. .i in;Virgiijia: To .the. publication of the 1'series of of heterodoxy in 'politics-.voting novandtheiwith ,receive, I obligations to them, or _

,thus wronged foreign Government. more- than one memberi' of.this Adhilnistratidh ,assaults. by which .,the, first:.bad been : ; \V% or,having Whigs, i could induce any favors from them, .which

11 While I do hot contend that:.trie Goyernment 'my feelings in'relatiori'to'those. foiiowed up t Again, the course_ pursued vote/or him 7 -.t't : .I a change of my resolu. '

. f I is liable for property of its ci- accusations have been expressed).and'.I 'in. this Chamber-on these resolutions ] 'Mr. 'TURNEY ,here observed, that be tipTn; <* :

t ra 4 izens captured ins! time of war with I know,* and Mr..'Ritchie cannotfdeny it, ,'especially-that, of the' honorable did not, conceive either to be very cdnclusije my course in this body when I can .

If. I 'tcivil'zed nation,,yet I do hold that, for that he has long,ago had. knowledge of Senatorvf m Tennessee'only Democratic evidence Democracy. vote with the honorable Senator, my. '
; in time of iI. those ,No atonement 'red, ; Senator from .President's convictions
property captured peace, feelings. the WESTCOTT.. That is, not an answer of the propriety of inch
d$ legal spoiliations, not justified by the par uoi his been made. What manner- cw'n state, who, according io .the' natural .. to my ,question,. Air.'President. 1 votewill strengthened. When I I'do I

laws of nations, or I'a wd"of war, they of men is it tho' !ht.Senators ore. to 'order\ of tilings, would' 4be selected aske-l which \.asthe strongest evidenceof not-agree wfth him, r shall, as I diilVn( '

.ft. :should assume the redress ofthe'outirage tamely,, quietly submissively;'pass by on this1, 'floor as 'his'motuh'j e-ce, expressing heterodoxy in.Democracy 1 I askedhe the lie nant-g neral bill, and on ,the '

I:I.J; indemnify the citizen i and secure such things ,unnoticedJ [ regret' thai, hisviews? and oPinions ort this subject t.l. questidn, because, during ,the lat ten regiment bill, and on divers other <. '

the reparation due. The objects'and i allowed 'n1).selrtoC'be dissuaded, from ,.. has confirmed me in the belief, session .the ,honorably Senator, made a questions, vote according 4o my own

DI t purposes of the Federal Government' adopting tlie} course I first lesolved on;;' .expressed tQ theobjectsand: I I speechon.: this .floor, by ,which. ,it ,nppeared .- judgment. I Voted for' the lieutenn P

I are not answered, or its duties to our for if I Iliad\ pursued it, weshould. per Wi. es this attack The honorable I that he was elected .b& the.r votes general bill, not for 'any of.the reasons '

1f1 citizens fulfilled, unless it so acts. A haps have been saved Tromijhe! resolutions "r gave') a point and'airection to i of the Whigs in .the Tennes S1 e Legislature urged by'any of its advocates on this.

i vesti lltion'al to the duties of of colleague.Ir.PresidentlwiU. the adack, in mode and floor but for
.i: patient ny a .manner thatno I combining-if: mistake not, with I eiy different reasons: T%
Ihe Government towards its citizens, 1 not particulnlly'spe one could mistake and in referringto : but six Democrats. I do not impeach did not' think it necessary to make. a,'

trr, 'made io sustain the claims of the citi- \' fy the repeated, unjustifiable l nay,. the next Presidential\ anvass, to the i the honorable ntor'8 Democracy Son sp&ech on the subject,' and I will now

IV. .leos---- of- the Territory" of Florida for the infamous attacks upon the_private character honorable Senator from. .South Carolina. that.' ,.account_ ,. but. _.allude. to it only to reminu.tne briefly.. .allude to-it.0 _It__\\"as'no because .
17': spoliation of the Seminole Indians in and reputation of"members of: arid' to..a supp sed \: annce- f po\Ver .. 0 .noaorame.oenato; that ,when Mr Jfolk wanted the bill; irwas because p

gibe bte war, led me to form these opine Congress of both,Flous s, Democrats aswell '1 party: existing here," led by the honorable he reproaches others or myself,' if he alluded 1 Iad; seen'enough in the war of 1812 c

L. //ioos. The same principles! apply to as \\Jhigs, in the editorial lumn. Senator, coalescingVwith the Whigs to rue, as :hang deserted. ir and in the Seminole war of the difficulty .

: jvar with an uncivilized enemy, not of. tlie',Union, for it would be' indelicate in..their votes so as to-affect'. the' 'next party principles by 'acting with Wl.igs,' which any Administration located J

1 governed by the rules of civilized war, towards the gentlemen assailed- No'-, l Presidential election, what .could] 'the he' should recollect that text jn .Scripture here had in properly c rrying.on a war, .

$ J as apply to illegal spoliations., in time one can forget them. ,Can' it, be'sup*- Senator from Tennesse'e have ,meant : "First. cast! put the beam. out of the theatre, of which was at a great dist I

of peace by a civilized, enemy. These posed thos&assailed have ,been ..conci but that. the .Senator from .South Carolina thine own" eye, and,then thou ',shall see -nce from the seat of .Government. I..

:e. opinions were not only; ,formed. but. Hated by ,such course'to the Admihis-_ andJiis friends were seeking to'\advance clearly' to cast out the mot?out of' thy do not believe in a warbemg carried on

1 ap were published bynetithe publiQ trauon I No, .sir. If'tHey were,men ',is'prospects for the next;;'..Presidencyfnt -" ,brothel's eye." by pen writing i in public. departments .

tI. prints long before .I,:was_ elected to the whose support is worth having; if they the expense of some candidate Mr. 'p esd! -ntJ ,I was elected; bya here' I believe the, best course to a.

_ benate-and before Teverhad my attention have the independance and pride.of'hon, to_ be ,proposed as the cdndidate of the. Democratic. ,l.iegjsJatuteupoo the,nomination dopt now, would" be ,to give some man '

I ts.> directed to the French claims.I orable men, they':would scorn sustain sdgrirrttratoa1. t. J. of a Democratic caiicu I 'recerved of .'h ad and, thought some one who'

t I do not know personally any of the ing or acting with .those_ who',thus_ ,traduce .> Ii' .l\fr.' .President, has: it come, to. tlis l ,-,' :every Democratic vote in that would have his own way, uncontrolled
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claimants under the French bill. One,. them. J. tell .you, |sir,.theicourse] t hat the.simple! fact' of the Iriendslofidistinguished Legislature,,andevery Whig vote"was 'by cabinet officers: here, plenary power '

: a Foridiai! who I did not know was a and conduct of the 'Union, has dXe ?t, ..statesman of thIs cast'against me,and on political grounds. full 'andvunrestricted authority, ample< .
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claimant' till after the bill had passed, much to -cause tne prentdistrTcti4; 'country preferring him for the Pr. i-' I, am a Democrat, and have always means, men, money, and monitions,.and, '

UrnUK- then wrote me, asking as to the'charajs- the alienation ot the feelings o'a large ;dency to'tf nyffeembor. of A' ;Admini8lra-. i been >bne, thoroughly .denueA then stop be_mails .between, this anil { ,
$ ter of the Vilified the probabje I ,i. -t< < '- -, ;rf Democratic :Mexico. ,I did not fear *
ginotyit portion of thelembcraticrpaty.Jroiii tion in power, is'a' sufficient justification principles, because .believe any danger '.
'H; the just claimants would receive pn jljk' the Administration', as anything, else.. for the Administration press denouncing they are (the best "for, my Co ntrY.-r from such a military chieftain ; for as ,. ,

111w. tat I banded the note, to my frieim, The Administration is regarded as respjnsible him and his. friends as traitors, There are .those on this floor.who':ihave. to any popularity that'any madgeneralor t. lit

c1I the Senator horn Delaware! and he ob.ligingly .. and I believe 'th'ey' are justly if i perad venture they' should. differ with some.knowledge whether I: was a,Democrat not, wins in this ,war with Mexico' ':!

GrUlV endorsed a memorandum on it; responsible, for the'course 'and conduct such an Administration on a questionof or not in Ne\v Jersey before General hereafter, and especially. the approach ::1''

t; and thissir, is all the correspondence of that press. constitutional 1 1\1 f. President, !. Jackson, sent me to Florida., I ing' summer,:he is' welcome to all 'offt I I ,

or intercourse.l ever ,had, ,direct or _iu..ialt )J r. Presldent.as to the author of the Ido not believe ihat the' people of \this think n'!y !honorable. Whig: friends, the for me. As tottheteo rigiment \>W, I ;

: detect, wiih any claimant, or agent of article signed Vindicator it' has been country are so devoted or so' wedded,to Senators from, thai.State, could 'answer haye befqre explained' ta,'I ha;' ix l

. z.:: ,any claimant! in relation\ to the. bill. 1 said. that he was some applicant a,j Mr. /W/r and his Administration as to on thatpont. Since 1829 Ihave been constitutional objectiQwfto'the biJl,, tri d, j
. voted,conscientiously. The ,clause, inserted such in l ,life I did deem i it jfoyMutyto defer \6ihe '( t t.;
military commission under'the tea regiment justify assaults; 6r to countenance. political jn Florida,. and have : ,
c.. in it on my motion to pay the bill, exaspera ed at' its supposed such mode of political. l warfare. Sir/ 1.-: been denounced. always as an ultra.and ,recommendation 'of the :execmjve 'departinenta / ., I .;

p'G claimants in land scrip, was't save the failure when'he wrote' the article,. ,will 'exp'ess my 'opinion ori'that. subject., even'violent, -nc fo. ',:and 1.could turnto .1 : of ite Government'as'.fO r.r.- ., t

tO&-t Treasury' the difficulty of raisin ,4he\ ,and that allowance ought to be'made", ,Ido be evej that, if ,Air._ Polk ventures. the.Executive_ _.records of thi>.body in, kind atforces-to- .be' levied, aa'dtne. *"" mod' &i:f I, .J I
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&n 'cash, and to benefit thoseStates in.which' for his-excited feelings under such, 'citcutnstances. -, to Beconae. ac'andfdate: at'thVriext. 'Pres-, past I '. '.times' ', to show.' *I." J"\1.Wjiig thatcir1adnO ;' f raisirir1 hem. : :: : ;. ,.

111a, there were vacant public lands, among I do not think this fact i d ntialleciion) there. "i8" not' a' prominent : ) .great- partiality brine.' It may 'cpnfese, Mr.,Resident, that, ,I h\vp < 1

j which was my own. This clause has evident, or, the excuse (founded. upon it member of the. lemocratic parfy e tljal. Ihc, attempt may be made to .beea. yery: often, 'ia:1y exceedingly e.' ;M

L. ltin grossly] misrepresented, but he .reasonable.! Nor do I think that it was, that has been spoken of for:,the Presh i read me out of the Democratic' party bafrassed i in 'ascertaining. whatt 'upm: .

c. would not detain the Senate by any >de wriiten by one'of those disgustingehar' dency, '(and I will_ say particularly tfie; foriny course, .he.ret arid,for what 1 nowsay many,ubjectsi, ,was;the', true course f r. 'l'.;.. ... ,

;; Jee of it now. l'his" Qt estortt ,of acters described_ so forcibly by :the honorable honoratbleSeiuthr from SOuth Carolina}t Very\.well ; let it .berried. lam, ,one to:adopt, who wished' to .adhere. /'. ." ,,
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: Enquirer has deemed it just to intonate Senator.from Ohio in his*'speech against whom he could get a majority', ready, for the jssue. If 'the ,attempt the! Deraocfatic party, Last essf on, v : .'.. ,:' :4 ,. i,

(,triac and the editor of the Union- last \VetJnesd y. ,Sir, 1 believe, and* 1 in "a. single] : ..iiri.c.of a single Slate'of succeeds. J should} be placed in the'category sir, J looking ,to 'the_ .honorable Seiutorfrom / (. .

SRla Pfttident Polk's organ-in' ,defence of shall not besitateto'ayowthe belieffand the '('dnederacy. Why, 'sir. no .O.De. Jn which, .my ,honorable frjerid.'the ,'Micnigan, as one. .of;the 1 light o7' }'o I

rt jw uto of his bill, has endorsed this 1 shall place before the Senate and 'tlie .can ,deny that there never was. a period Senator from..Massachusetts was'some. .Democracy,;: (X went.' .with him i .,on tht <. ,J '.

;.Iet insinuation, (hat I, with others was American' 'people' :some. ,of the ,reasons .in ih e, lst ry:.9- the Democratic. party yearsj agoy.an'd,'I .whTch inducedhim', .t'o Qregon/quel lon, and voted again fj' _., ,. ... J

: p. .fcikd to vote for this bill. for tbejilelief, that slanderous. I articles 'wbe'n: ,there was' less i/ritori,and harmony exclaim; "Wfarejliafl-J-gQr'' l.make treaty.. And .f(or it' ,I was4 ,incl '.it k' .

i Mr. President, this is truly agreSitod ., In ,the ,Union which have;'called than'at pres ut. Look, ,sir, at the condition -' this allusion ythenirO; (respect ;' and .the denunciation :'of 'another ..dlstjv':; ,.. >...: .' S

i.Ibs. bIt instructive reading" fine forth the: resoiu i.ons.of rriy'colleague,' of the party i in'.Congress Can so do j L, the .a answer- ,to. that 9uerry."Qtainly -.-.. guishe'4 PemOfiratic Senatoj/toato}J. ." 0 : )

f!Ir4 ipecitnen of "rapid staiement. I a re* but the commencement of"a precon anjvone. assure.me'.that,.the President'jiasyjn ..L t.the"'Vliig.par/y-. .' ,ouffht* toycbeen llcutort&s /e !! ,'. '

"i: thllk it is rather locfirapid. As to its certed, determined-upon,.Jong-purposed both. jfiouies;./ ir/y'friends who. J have_ the most profound' respect';for I amaenouncedipadvanpd'noW ft't4e" ,:.:: j 1,

'jpr$1 'J gicalt: and "ccl 8iYe character "' assault,by the Administrntioq i upon the. .isupporf hiraTrom i : sincere. feeling,. i\{\5 those of my fehlow.S nators of.that' party .honorable Senator' froTennyCei' rs l. .: '

c I itiivet say, that if it 'i is' only by tbisor honorable Senator from South Carolina connected with. party .attachments.ajidtiojtor .::: with 'whom f.have become;AcquainteoV -, intending to join -th nOlab elJ tQr.f'' -:" "

:$I d 'logic the President's veto can and his friends and not t'9 .eflect' the: : :; party: 'pnnci'plf l ..totally.unTn I' \1 nced .t4.thiem patriotism; abilities .from'So.rih.Carolindefeat nd'di \n.hJg Jo ; .i p

L-. best&stined1 or his administration:upi -, legislation of Congress-no.t;influence:: fluenced' by personal! views, "or 'motives1 \"{r 'i arid diYtrUereVtedoessqual to the_ thrEe.mpea9'fl: 1 .r., S S 1

e, eld both* must he 'deplorably, weak, measures' for the-good pTbe couiHry, regret ,that t' 1 have( felt, myself, Qri- those of' t'hDeniocraticp tiy' 5' .but I'disagree I have no concet1tt' '0 tlis4bjt!? ;. ." r:

ar- .4'1 in want of 1 ) 'and ,to 'etfect, ,strained to 'these, opinions. .I 'withihemlifbdlitical 1 doctrine I desire to 814iin. 'theyWoJinistratwa'.in 5' S .
tf.-* a' logical arguments. but, for'political.purposesfj express ; :; '' 8t i i1 c4. t V9ted fotj. ;; S.the'
'-ih. o 'Id'despise honorable .Venatp'r. in jtfie rt *'if there was 'no'.grou: )ftq'J in l ; and is-.to'the. enerarpolicy -- their reo vofjhews .
lrlaa., myself as beiug .the. de-: that, ,nexte. *libtfjd rejofdr 'S. .. .. pQliticalprncipleJ wa>mjpwding.anapprpyPriatio ; ,: '. .
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JI for a isoiaeaUhe, ,cbhfidence-Ihave; opinioos-he, is ,not J responsible j : for; thintwthil la1 .Sue'whCn'' I'.first ti' h'eai fot.e;; 'withOut: .6 ing :bpocrite, l'.' cint.at'with n. do no ,:IfiaHlookito.the: vdjsbP !

Jii4r 'h, "J. "' Florida, Will'I indigscoiu .thosej .exp'-ess:Jl Have /joff on8uhel l: f1he'zomlriaibnT l :of Mr .:Polk b fteI ; 'tb m. :Sir.,tarn. 'no trurn., bill U/ IlQOorao L! .' U4' 7" "..lroJ, ,.!. .: f
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oi& ;: ag j8.'w o. voted for ttiis,J gotten the circumstances, otberepudi.: :it*i' 4'oia.cuujy: : yciici *h'*t ytusu* bud r .I ;caDn&t i ld'Jd \villfhcUeraocraUc ': e' : .Dt3rn9ratie i ,
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.,,I S I .: they ate made in the Presi- :ation ofthetilb ,..abcftK8sLJit-: : ( nomlnatiph"prflKVan' ;:Buren' {; iyouldrbehetty l !yialdsmY ct fltIOflOfWh a t 'ale tf.1J 1 ,party p( touth.: }onthis.qzostrou,3 '. ,

Pd : pe *. f am satisfied;II e'.b1te I Ioppooeot ftJie V nipD/'fo niiyt'raenceuient 'p**-';'*at. 'Uittb& 1W;the., : \. im..-*ta'- interests i of, ; 'priftcjples i ,' what i is t" .onetjiJw&yfoUotyioubt. t .' 'i : '_

m I't' FJ' ; I havener -perso-r''I : jbf !tfie'p j!Dt: n'ints r ;/pjipocVatic/ "party4tind; t'jru'e. 0-. Democratic1( policy and what 'ri>,uotrue 'Th,4verrquestIoiwbich : j. "_ ;Y". .
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0)" T nhe Oregorro fiiaf Vton last session I," : :;contest.:;. ; JACKSOiNVtliLE.- M : ,independence, ,their .the&oUtneztthtityof.1he WowJvi 'illi.l...

1 .' '- 'Sir (aaitf f r/\VESTCOTT;) LregfeVhear 'toi. it jsfobTb1e.any.cadidate 1 *;ofc:: -- S L- : ._ __:: : ? } 'E!>:'taVe firm united, (. Moeteia. ieIr ,
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fr ; : saiil 'Mr.. \'.. You' ,areas' much-'dis:. t'Vith"the infe1ligen e'or'd t 1 t iDlt e.C tbfe QB"mlg: oft
, ri L ; :. f forifpersiatedrnit; : will: : ? p, olof... Jrelan;J Jk R' r,, result,-kith. most' disastrous, 'consequences tracted ,as-to,\ybur .choice- amttaffjrpurselves "of lC/fl!refr .Million',Bill"',vith t"t. : business of. !that It., "office. i land. ; -, ,

int : : ; *' .. ,' os your: ; qppbnentsjan( ; ;R.yo u". "VVilmbt 'prorisb,"' 'ii sartsfa'ctory' ? er* is jfuture,*to*be 'In'tfife HOQw f ';'" The bill

.Vf Bat to return 'to'e"Qregon""hill.'The .:-' are.rip't .'the countryis agSmsi. t&eWhigparty. l & DykB. '?\ r. maId.r ,..,
.1 C6mmftteeof the Senate ." "\Vheri.the election comes .dnii of the* energy and influence j W vision for'additional; .nnmbet fral
Judiciary i \ \ I',
.:sUti jI have.reported1 that' bill with,the'restric 'to be decided/by ,the House in.February-; ilr. .CALHQUNJ; and: ;of,his. untiring Devotion 'with 'the.q.editot ),officers, passed ''by Tote ef 121t ge

k : tive clause-inserted j in.the' House'stricken 1849, 'what a' spectacle will. beywitnessedl .. to the rights ,>|fc'South, we- ; .well as-alljthe: inter !1f., the bill ,prptidw that:tieiwSiof ..

: tti1 '.. Out, nnd,.'as.'a1 substitute for J i a.de .' :Thfe .partisans' [; least,three" :!ajso accounts. df .a large' e tlng. */i1 : ..,. Weis. Brigadier _Genepalto be .
hereby
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thecompetitors congregate *
inhibition '
s i } clarative guarantee against any : ,In'>lCh rJe' tdn'on' the' 9th inst. ess, andsincerely shall not exceed, tbre .8nd
Southern'States, thousands the hopes,of'each/or.xf. ; j .. ., conve. th! !JlII_
f 'bt citizens *bf'the ( "K f ;increased, '
r to emigrate'there with' their slaVesi. .I:; fice depending on favorable. success_ i i.of /ed,fdr:th t e.purpose of'greeting, the\:arriyal t: reap." :atf:; : of .ifajor 'Generals 'shall not -..
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r*< nr ,do not hesitate to if the' South. ,is 'his;favorite.:' of Mr,., CALHOUN. and of- ab{ laurels' 'in_ two. .
; say .
1 }: dealt fairly) with as to- territory! which, Those-holding i office/ Jndet.'be the present -, the- action of Congress upon the. 'proposed )presented_ hm., elr.: b 'fir U TB..-Saturday$ ,. Feb.. 'tr_ "
Administration will
: may be'acquired by/treaty with Mexico, anxiouslyexerting ,amendment. -TheeMilll\ ) : The bill to increase the.tjarraa
themselves to procure their ,I N ....:The,Tallahas) 'e.p.hewing
: I ihall not care! a fig nbout,the .restriction '
'and' if the with Bill, alluded above, and known as t f Under consideration: ,
$ I in Oregon. I shall be perfectlysatisfied own continuance; war the proceedings.of a Tij1 a*,
Mexico .should be closed before) 'that'im ilmpt proviso. red amend the bill iy '
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to. abide by the \ compromise 'Capitol on the, Gui' bftjif:MI
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S 11W *'. of 1821 on .the-subjeut slave* we shall'see assembled here, applicants A.committee, having been, ) the section all wing- 'a '!>Qunt1 U
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if :tt ryaswasproposedafewdayssinccbY upon' battalion ,to.which. this grave question was referred 'suffer-'- lines., whickas, agreed to. t; \
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I. jt :a dist ngush{ d. merrier 'Rb-d. sort'ofbaiiiri : 'made a long and tabJyVri te i The)>ffl ocheie1ief of the \
; .t House from South Carolina, [Mr.Burt,] brigades. Every -" I' ., committee was p1i suflV f !
: : : which proposition was rejected. ,To ,intrigue, and management maybe report, in. which is given minute st 8 r ptionsr and res poor.i io Irelaad:and S eikad,:p iM'1 )

:'M.' secure the fulfilment of that compromise : anticipated.; and it/will. not. be sur-, m'entof, ,all.the.proceedings of the G l stly recommend a vote'Of7to1S., '
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t *!: faithfully;' 1 am afraid,from 'recent prising if disordets and. tumults should eral and ,State Legislatures ;which 'h and of' Florida Monday, March 1st:-The .'Iran,
and the floor of : city
be the ,
:'1 -be safe indications without, the an South would guarantee. not your Capitol'consequence and streets.of Washington had' for.their'object; the 'unconstitutional .appoint{ their .own Million p Bill. passed J the Senate byof '*.'..,
I express '
maybe stained with blood, 1 trust'all infiingement. -therights of 29 to l., An attempt attach uj
,tJ that any"territory'ncquired south of 36 in their $ ::1
Iii degrees 30 minutes, should not be sub this may be averted. I have confidencein South and ,the unwarranted.attack d ntral- committee" at I ,the WjJmotprov so?;Jai1ed bya ''vo&e rJ

;, : jccted,to any Congressional restriction. the;' intelligence and but virtue it should ofj: the our .domestic institutions., from.' 'and transmitting 21- to 31. The vote .upon this; ,billgave ,"' 'I

I W I should be satisfied that the extent of mass of the.people; tlf the conclusion-"S !*. drawn that it is in our last number,' .
the consolation ofbavingatleastpeiformed offered .
be south of that not be, I :shall, have may Ije "
; -' W*F territory acquired determination the of Tnesday, Match '2nd'.-The :
rffr. line should be l 1'mited .in advance, on the duty of. 'J *" on part' -horrors of a famish MB r l

: .terms. of entire equality and justice to. warning an admonition.Mr. .non-slaveholding States that slavery t be mitigated by. the the admission .of Wisconsin .ist* th

of President, I intended 'to have shall exist in Union passed the Senate. ,
t. : both' sections. In the present aspect not any of the J.e. ,Immense sub -

ijt the slaveryquestion, as I am not'disposed said little of, Texas very little, with, about which the I -had annexation of the United States, and that no .obtained' i in nearly: Wednesday, March 8d.-la"tbj.

'i territory to wage that a war for be but the a acquisition bone of contention of- intended, also, to makea'few' observations shall bo admitted into the Union: ? Union, and we hope -House, the amendment of the Senate tt1

to the may different sections of the about\the primary and the immedi', constitution tolerates its' existe ) not be backward in the three I Million Bill, '(striking 0".'

1: : Union, and in which the vital!.interests ate causelfthe iIexicanvar, and how Feeling the grave importance pf tl > testimony of its the Wilmot proviso,). was agreed \.'
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: ftt' of the South would be sacrificed unless i it was. precipitated, and who is most to question presented bv.this state of facts yet oppres and the.bill.passed by .yeas115, 'cm'
blame for that But 1
precipitation.
i is settled 1
the thus
slavery question SI.
: feel strongly ,inclined not only to vote have not time. The censure bestowedon and that the peace and prosperity, nQ.t
the honorable Senators from South only of the South but of the ,whole Uni.on i.
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! l the, million bill) but
: against three ; any The impetus given te business
-Decisions. Alon- I ,
law Carolina on this score, appears to me depends the preservation of patjsuits
1 other looking to the. acquisition pf upon
,. to border on the ludicrous, nor do I -Cornelius Tay through means of a judicious sysv
j : foot of till that ;
j, a single! territory question equality .thus sought to be destroyed
. is adjusted. blame the Administration to the degree the committee that #mustzealrously Baker/appellee. tern advertising, says the N. Y. True, !

; bft should:- muCh prefeMo see our forces that do others for what ocd rred in urges we by Baltzell, Justice Sun, (numerous instances. oi which |
last. I voted for the declaring wntch our rights, and insist
May act upon
;:o1fi: withdrawn and the.war abandoned, of Court below. may be seen_ by the most.casual obsert
:?j1' than this in danger the war to. exist by the act of Mexico this cqsality being preserved. In .
to see Confederacy
; of a dissolution by the agitation this i ; but 1 should have preferred, for other relation can the two race;>-.in ab ttogether PJaintitffin error, vs. ver,) cannot failure long, to awake

1 and such alternative the sake of truth, to' have had that in error.-. universal. att tioa1to the prmciple.-
.t-.i;: question. hope trust nq i the Southern States, and '
will be. and that I phraseology amended by adding and divided in When thisii.be"tnder3tood, the j im..
.wI J i presented me, this is destroyed we shall becotrm "im- o- t>'* "*"
i;p/;: ; in voting for.men and money to carry by the. omissions of others. I may and, wretched C> affirmed, mense fortuaes which have been made-

i1 ton the war."I may do so with the assu.ti't hereafter take occasion to explain myself poverished miserable:?;T% by a liberal systemof advertising! will
arch 3d.-State of
more fully on this point. ourselves without all
at
that it is for the contributing '
T :: rance common ..gloryand .
. .f common interests of every section : I shall vote for the first resolution of prosperity or happiness o hers." a sTave. Opinion not be a subject of surprise, but the

t ::(1i r of the Unionand every portion: of the my colleague. I had determined to ask' The committee offered' the following I'r". ,.. Chief- Justice. wonder_ will be that so few person availed -

J t. American.people.Yhen I am satisfied t.> be excused from,voting, inasmuch as I want of jurisdio themselves of ' ( ,had before ,noticed the resolutions, which were passed 'una1j. ..
, ; ( it will not.bcthecase if other I no one simi : the
::4 no *?fc same thing. The power rf.,
1-1: j Senator on., this flobr !votes against its Jar previous publications in the same mously by acclamation.1st .

":: iJ further prosecution, I shall. paper in 'uch manner, and to av idthe' Resolved, That in the opinion of Wife-' appellants newspaper press, concentrated w'pM
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ff inference those '1 business of kind, in which t6
injurious to assailed < appellee. the any
:' IFJ: There is one subject ,in which I most this meeting, a submission to the pro- yg.-K
: th1; cordially'agree in sentiment with the in previous publica.tions'fhiclI posed exclusion from an equality of divided in opinion, wants of the people, are concerned,rooty

JI.FH" Senator-from South. .Carolina. Jt is in might be drawn from such discrimination benefits j in .Territories. of the United of necessity fairly and propery! cea

,;-: a he reprobation of that system of politics such! ; ,but, on reflection would be, I have thought States, beyond'' what is already yielded ducted, produce successful resuksAi ..

tt1P; ,of which the primly principle is Senators a course libelled in this last unjust publication.As tothe. by the Missouri Compromise, would be .-We give ,.the ._. .
the mere possession and officeof unwise, dangerous, dishonorable and
'l r.t power to the second resolution of 'my colleague f) the political com The followingTsl asth-e' leitefof :.
... r that' party organization which I he will withdraw it. The debasing. Congress. a lady:of Kentucky whose hu baal
trust, ; ;
office of ; 2d. Reiolved this is
If.;R- looks to ;>> every character ns the That a question ,,
; f rightful spoils of victory, ,the plunder .letter of the; reporter of the Union, iny paramountto all considerations of party, SENATE.. was, engaged fight a duel, btrt WIt 1
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-tL ,1}. of political! 'warfare. The fearful degeneracy own knowledge) of the difficulties .that 'or. mere temporary. policy f and that he i 34 : taken sick before. the time .of figb&f I

.;-L4> t ./ '', of-parties in .this.respect. and exist making: entirely' accurate reports who falters, and, .Esau like.barters hisbirthright v -20: occurred. The opposite party ,B *& ,I
of all the
the absence motive on
q. 1/r :.. t the corrupting practices of parties in ,of ,the' .to misrepresentany : for A'mess 'of pottage, is recreant .'w .... .6 < remarks'that seemed to- imply that,th
ji bestowing rewards by contracts, and part reporters: ( )pine-memory .of the, stto, his I' ..' > -" .
Senator, aridmy confidence in'th'eirifidelity sickness was feint She at bnceaddm*
a
jobs, and.otherwiseand' in the .
of ;duty arid .traitor
aS: employment present, a to. .
', :f1 .. ? j I different kinds, to political, partisans and' impartiality induces! m<<;, t& I posterity.. urajority8. sed'a note to the second of the,adravj ,j
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!. ?i ', and favorites for some'years past, istraly withhold. -jny :.aid :to any-action' which 3d. ,Resolved, 'That.this meeting cor-' HOUSE. side.v couched in these words* : .J.JSir
'alarming. Allure :will deprive them of an opportunity! ;:u Y':1::"s. .:6a v' t
1 i; : to blame foi "useful ''in t dially respond to the'r resolutions lately- ; : -My husband is sick. It he v
employnient profession.
:, r ; not ,arresting this evil. l! the passed by the House of V .
." warn ;So: (atategardsthe'editor of the Delegates, in ; : 76 unable .to be-, on the ground to-morrowy

l $ .Denpcracy of this country; tiepeople'j twill also say :that. I' am 'better paper satisfied -: the-State of Virginia, that they herebyreiterate 1, :1 will take his place. .(.
tlis '
of '
f' 1 'f' that knowonetwentieth'part the same and
country, theyr'dp" not adopt them as Yours
( to, vote for the resolution 'afTec-? ; respectfully; .
:11 of. ,the ,.corruptI9n, ting'him from'the conviction that those ,' expressing, not. only the sense of this Car, 16 MABG&ETL-. '
: .. tf\e\ ,feculent,jeeking: corr ption, in thisrespect who '" meeting, and of Charleston District, I V# if
are really most censurable will feel) "
:tf'4: in this for but .14 States to elect ., t
Government as believe of the -
years that. censure most they State of South, -
At :
severely. BinTisii.LiTEJrATir &- a aplea
1ff,::, past.\ I"te'l' the people -of.this country. J have to tender Carolina;and as they confidently hope, .: thenfal ..they..
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ti that.th(<3bvernmeri t and stitutions of my acknowledgmentsto ., of the whole South ( puplic] .entertainment'given into EdinHlf I/t
the total! will:
.this the'.Senate. for thpiezit .attention. < .,. ., ... ;
ul hive'been, and will be, us '' I' celebrate: tne' establishment of! l#, ,n
tAY with which theyhave listened, ',!The, irthO ... "
% eel as\. machine to' plunder .them' for to' the following resolutions! ., '

; 1" S office \ggarsVand to. perpetuate the observations" .. "I* have deemed., 'it my* ''duty. adopted by the .Legislature' of Virgi '. : 123. Philosophical: Institution of that ci
make. .. Mr. for t.
to called
Macauley being on
POSSCSSI& 'of' : 1iII .
tecalpower/. I: solcinuiy J- ,. na. V, .' 105 \
.
.. u'e iiu people of the United .- I I Je _.it- resolved' -- ; :1 toastvmade an,eloquent and able r .pe..fI'' -1t;
unanimously
Ireldnd.-r-The from which ,the: by 4e .
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_, ., States\ejhnner in which .papers 'General : ..-, ; : .concluding' with the following be14tk .ri
I their Government' following'was, ,copied appears.to, have* ..Assembly of Virginia-'J1t A-
iSducted
; i .. could be all"VVashington'a\emble j\ the itiley been \written by a J lady, and enclosed I the Government 'of the' United,' States : i .".".'.." *.,x,' ;.* J8.. .. ful 'p errorstfbcf: ( '1:

.- ti wouci ity'of; :$100;'forming'part'
- kick up a reto tion in excited,to. St.;John's Church, handed to the Irish 1'mediately or immediately, *oyer>tbe institution :. .-It, is: now.pretty- whence I' started The toa* __ I L

... I : hours which -wouk tumble entyfourw relief committee\ by Rev. Drf( \Vzmright. I 'slavery';'and. 'that; in taking .hat.Gen:BE TN1S have beerr requested: to propose"Tru' c

i L L!;: -: dent,hjaads derjajljierU both: '.-..-jyV If.. Co%:?.fldv!.. ,I any 'such,' control], itt'raniscends'the: ( ,limits \ ... 6fthc. _. mili. British Litciatujetbajjtejitttk' w

.. ,, .I of Congress, DeroocTntV ,nn3 '0h Lora -oyha, :jdidfit; vouchsafe'I ,:of its, legitimate c'ti lls by destroying : Weextractthe' ,Brightest; the purest, the *Od" b

w... ,. .d, I... ..: heels over liead, into tbi Potomac i\d accept thefofiering.of .one sheaf of first.I the,internal.organization. of tHe of alt the glories. of our;,cO7-7I 'Y'
l correspondent the ,
t, fruits in I sovereignties, i who created it*' that literature rich .mJ5 i .N&It
t.f. I believe they would actMght in acknowledgment QfI'hy :b9uuty : .. ,
<: ,. sot : : 0
: .
- :' '' "0. : \ X 1 j in, the.fruitful: harvest -who arttheuthor I 2. Resolped d. unaiffwustyt. 'That .un. : truth :arid 'fictiOrt.-thst: jGtf taie, W .

f :. i .1& will only' fee when the people.rise '. 'and'& ,Giver. of allgobd--accept; I der no circumstances will: ::this body(recognize : nton has &ot J left boasts of'the prince of..all pee**', "

:,..'. '- .. in.there.;tnigfct" and reform_ tbs Government e'ech Theer this, small; portion..of I i as binding' any enactment' .of -leave' us fo-mor. prince of .all philosophersifeferature t'- ft

p in respect< to the bestowrnent. of th unties Thy'hand'. ,has;provided,.,)',the..Feder.arGov.n'me.nt"vhich. .has for 'o'clock, for the which has :exercised l oa 2 ,
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, ,. -. af1Tj that'all 1 I I i its object, the prohibition of slavery'in' and .kimhtjerjnflueeVetb1flof
I ... offices arid political rewards,, 'l\jat\ the owlea1gmerit. :am'and. dipknvdicop.. ": I
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*.1'. \ 8 fin&nhefe ., I any errhbry to enquired either. bycbn98t',0r Iir"nunerce of urf arl- ,
Governmexit; will be adthinistcredjts : ; .:Let. thy bles- : .... or ,
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\ : '. .; 11Ulltl.e, I ba.eJ.no or any CI1nI ,finer.-, 'g. }h it.,":in: th':errand-on.'which- .I : treaty f:"holding lt. to: be, I h'J does. _:not' gtf as : a.l : .. :. ..which'hWllbeity taug tr

"=" ; ',oitiimSs for.tbebeH' th jWbigs.! ,1tt ,se .the advancement of;' Thy I themtural. .and'.Int&feaaible. .'right. of Field,Marshallfe) r t"' ,,and has.faWfthU ,

: :. .. .Matters.willjnVbably} 'be worsen Inadditioa ,.. ,gJ. cran, supply of': the. wants. 'ofgreat ,I I' ;each arid,every.citizen.ofeatlh arid' every -, (:".,baX still,. dig: :mo4el0 .ct lei

:.. -', ... ; to ,the prjheiples', vJblch: 1 re'gafd \ ,ihycreatu., d'.give." Enta.',Thy' ...ser-J- State of.the Confederacy, to. reside 4 him with all the -'.- ?*-* -rature- :which" o ir; :11: r I

.;.. '.' .of;a pernicious,chajtcteriothe; t_ ,ways : kful ..se n s .01 Tb y I, with his i property-: yhateverdescrip. ,with the/intended'/ .umihm. *J--i'nearer: than' 'bloodarid -z''. .:. I-Ig

'. :: ":< welfare 'of" ihe'couaryjlhat this'party mercy oodness' '".: tuzoug. I ti q'"i in any twritory 'which!maybe acquired -'. and hei..will bathe: (Jlie coraeaonwealths. .i-t'i '"

i : ldebIwi1: 'its partisans triust'be ,,JesWlCqnst.our.'"Second. t, .I. Amen'. : 1', 'by' thefrms:of the United..Slates, ,. : brcjers*to ,the valley of thd Mississippi& tIIWerature ,

', '... .; 1 .:..; p.::; ;7ewrdedintstrfl'aibii" ; : : power'.is I ?\ L *'i' unuu,- .. .7 'int..". I:or'.fielded. ; by. .treaty". with,, any.:foreign! Howillrin\ (act,. 'before light otwh J

-: ; ;,, '\ *\*' :,a quire ..to.reward J; 'tfeml: It is'only Disgwpmaii ffLo hQ tile\ '. riower.r3. : ... ': ,.: ..:. .,. conduct tho c' m- pious aad' cruel superstitioas 'a ,.
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''; ::'' ;, .4':; ',.' '::.by.the reform; tbDcrati4arty,: ; m 1f love'with 'a SWO 'Y.1U,.I: 1$ ive mo ly, 'That: thisGenerals I taking LtO'R the:bariks>f/*" : ; i

; ..' ". ,:.:.:;:.. .. /. ..._and the utter,exc&iiljgV' eRi.t ipnQClpJ : tSl e.-ceacs ".6. 'bet'wonian..' ul;, or,I! ) Assembly. :Iholdijt, tbbe;; 'I the! } ; Millions with .---to' !thatliterature which will i i8 1PI'

i .. : '<.>'\ > !k\' .:: irlitia'} 'retrdaftd': ;punhmeti! .ove} 'i4'ide4' ii ac6d.hert I ,, ; :I ddtyof: eVerjr1 'man, ..ih everysecionof.; :: be' subject''fi his ,ages instruct, .aa4 delightuOb1W.-,:; ,.. '

: L',=.;.:.:i., .;:. :'.,., ; \"c" that trueDemccralk.. pnnIpI, ,:hnjiteS ::mi,... tp'p: : J wJd: gves' the'de Sb'sjo9ate I;this confederacy,')if the' Union is::'dear i : ,.and..be.will!open }i9D.s'which wjli thea'havecities' '. .i
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.' / : :..' ,. .jrpe' &tI'utKiH..l r't'. '" '1R.t CJ.: at1le,,t4' :: : : ovepta4varm.berin' :to,himto,; oppoao the passage of any:, lh Mr. Rejon"'im- i and ,gardeaa,'the: AusIIU U.- !. cQ
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', ','-{. ",.:,. .).'. I' )'. ( .rprenedandper uatd.. !' .14" "'B; ..._70' r'.aiJrtmf'! ) Y ) :'))8pr re'a4ifldora !r1a, : 'for wbateverpurpose' ," .by .wbl b;' : l :conclude a treaty' Africa' j 4esert,. r"Ta- the. Ie'af ,. ,11,.

.* t. ;. "': ',''' "WMheriuchparty3eM. ,be: ": -ccJessw 6 eh 'o' .4 bii' ,;or..lO iejcld.fha .'%territory,, *,e..uir* d.mat>be.subiect-' .**v' } : tthe; city "*of Veia. : Grear"Bihara***" Ate' .;.!.
'*1. 3&f* :: : :' fel] ,.tirTesaJit'qttBtf tjextPwsidential. t. ': til't -. suchiuestricttou.,, -' : : d by;otir'forces. Btl\ie1i J t rat't r8 nl' ,, j. .. '
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ortb .N : differencefatvreea Ameri :: ...:. : .:, '.ii .,.. : ?
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ler iid tt : .. '
Editors j.it *
The : : ) g ;lie OdFe1.Io ( '. T- ?-
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sailon pot clearly -
1 rs BATE'received. w lps'jio J WB oriicycir ._.' :. 'etiM.. i-: 4, ."
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tsominand of'the uri rHf. :
the ey, '<
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1wbe have "
Ef UzuoD'w1ji : '
rirS.lb a .
f : his i Vessels'ITIW r ri J tvhibh : 1 ..1<> ; L't., ." I
from New M ;: ls.(running is, worthy ItHart.1e. :; .
at. : .r- 2 ,
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. ,later to* k''n9ilb tai-1 : ltbQ.Ol Jioisting>js:..$ ); ie: :biel th .pmf HT- ] \lu.Un'ItO.'t'I.- ., It.. ._ I j .
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several other ,
for the fim/'me 1 ln.cGe Mlwr e and'with thrown inipprUpa;' 'P,Jse- ., i$ to' ':.CtCLVftft-.h.-: .._rr' ..li_, : .- -.Wi'!' ... "t.eL. ,.., ,A t...'1' '.;".' ,,\ 1.'

took- powession of, M I nth; .Jtmitfs fdvar'd1 'H 41 --I' ._. ..j.' t
4ering to .
It require! : iet
in disguises .p .
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recehredatSfc ,
DCTO 'Bates f to. convince,Don. Juan, article] fooS or clpthing' ,can.do ; : ,J'1e-nda.. ,' ..n.: .; : :

of independenccfftw 4'( e'oC expenseVWILMPJT .( is. .. ..' 'p4 : .
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asihn contrary. ; 'F jL- _
late ; .
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being as .
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6fLictLachlandi< .at San Bias .and j Aca-1, : '- .e' 4>\ IJ LLi, cl. w r
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Death' k' 'running surveyoflhe .... rrHE. PROVISO.. ,1 ; j f
of-the 27th Deeem ; a ; O.aBanb. .
evening 'It-was in.aa 'utterly 'de';; ,Frorn.the. ; synopsis .of the: as and -' ', n
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; B. E. Lachfend; ofhpt4 y ---.... .,. :: -, .
at Santa FH nayl--DgJhe Wilrabt Proviso, as !pub AiLUcttl..4 IwJfOt.nX ',_ ,t'
pany, died lished ?the' N. Y.. Tribune : : ; '' ,';: ,.' f
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(a Wh'ig; .
thded, i
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hiS, by 'per T rd 10. ..
ried, at .request of the N.O': Delta. Press ) we 'glean) that It
: :; : _23 :N rtbe h 'Ib. '}. 10' '
'battalion, the Rangers acting ARMY, OF OCCUPATION", Democrats, voted ,Jfl.-, .- I 1b.. 11. oa I '1
against j the Proviso .
not.being hi ,Sperw.Adsmkntine.. Ib. :
his oW'n.omp1ny -Gen. Worth s. 30. 371 I
departure
REPORT. OF THE iA jvhich the Senate struck out of 'the ; i *. Ib.' __ 31 ,, ,. '.;
j Plan of the'. ttack-Lieut.: !jhree Million bill. Black StIb. .
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Ibllowinjps; ihe Churchill. : Si1kor1f'ItCre'anr,. lb., .. .
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Among the nays there ,are from 31... : .
GOODS.
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handbill .
queerly prjnted Feb.? 1841. ( \
-A Texas '
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Fe Press & :New York; ,:3 ; BrownShig. i> ry. .rd 'S ".. .1 ,:" ,". .
Santa : ;I avail myself oil da. Sbee $ ,. >
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PennsylvaniJS :8 .
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On the 25th' December, : the steamship Washing- : Tkkngs. 'ft., I.. 10'.. .. 23.-, ,
the New Jersey"I.. : 'aIkoPrinta'S.. Q. $,:."' -
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forces from
Mexican ,
a.liney .just to let you Ohio. '. 1i Kentucky Jeatii, N SS a' '
: '
huahua (about 1100 in ttingbn down here' ,' Baltimore J ; 'pe'bL S 00 C' '.00 *, -
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the United States forces, : are'g i; falljhg off in*its con-; Indiana.. :/ r.. ;:;::. I'. '3 : Hew York.' s oo a ,oar I,
; Illinois ; Oder ,
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.t' c. .','..:i .t. 2 iOOml50 4
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mand ofol.A.V. [ last week it was Head-. .i '. .Corn; :' both, I I* a. 00 "
; Michiganf "t.!,. : 1 ,. .
500 of .
ing of 600 men- Scott :: ewi. 125. 00 -
the 1st armyT-Gen. kIt' Iowa, + .. ] .Green- :ee. .3 a 00 ,
Lids own troops, on the'Massachusetts; on '. Dy.coiinty. '' I ,. .. 00SOOm (*
volunteers, and a Gen. Worth's Division : '' v*.:f. inr. ."tLo. {D.8 It' 00, ,.. i
,O men from Santa 'Fe, ,; : : .. ,.I22 'SWit\i laAft.B -,_ 1O. ..It oi -. '
the 8th_ in inff Timber I. -
Jia'ni
except Of ; 00
: Northern ,
Lieut. Col. Mitchell Whigfs. not one Voted
and of ,
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of -the 2d artillery "J'ard. 371 00 j
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of 30 against the Proviso. t. : I'
consisting "I'U. 112h.aYo
regioicnt Clark's battalion'of light to. day on the steamship The, .Wbig'member from Delaware. : AII Jrt1 '". .. f ...S -. .73 .00,, -'- 41 j 4
Maj. Lobbs he'is PorkM'eu, ",bbL ij
not going to, ; n oo 18 ooii '
.(under command of Captj John'V.'Hou.st --is.put down.as one B8Qa," :Hlb.4 > a oo 1
and oons"as it.jssuppos-ed Whig vote.from: a .Slave State .LaId 1a. 1 1
t. Kribben) 70 from ca-nnot be available.- I i in :"the I gutter.CheeteV. : 121 t.
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/egiment and Col. AVillock's affirmative- his vote is publishedthus '*-Ib. O.J. .
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division will consist of ISf l j
25 miles this side of El Paso -:- P*1t0e3TrTIIK -.tbl.bush.. 3 30 a 00 t .
all tried men, who Ih I Do' Sweer. ,- 30" 00 4
following'is LA\vARE--John. W. Houstti'zfluzzal. ; fl
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The .
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Brilliant '- 7S.
Metier from Col. Doniphant : elephant. things .( :! 1. : ;; I.. st. \ if. J

Col. D. states that he met of this division. From llr.VHmoti of Pa.though a .Democrat .-Floridav -. 8. i'-'
the.plan is to land in I New OtInni.U. lb. 81.' 10-
ind cOttquered, and isoing ,could carry buttwo of brs Democratic .F1orid "''call. S '00'
Sacrin'cios take
the ci-
EI 1 Paso. He further states colleagues with him, While all Li.rrpool i rognd. ."aaek 2.OO 4223 ,
of the bayonet, and his Bind!, -ealL &J.3 50
attacked him :
when Whig colleagues (Andrew Stewart '
enemy Glu 'I
; 50 .150
into the castle .
rere in'great confusion, but or starve among them) voted with him. }.J Ram, 4. .4 M. 75' ,

railed. together i immediately, c shall hear it all in good Eight of _h\Democratic colleagues .. Wbbkej. ma 31. 75
: .De>r. -Ib. .
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of for 1 under 7
in as infantry and received : your city, Charles J. Ingersollone' of these) voted: :Panther, 50 1':50'

f fipm the enemy, when the last steamship we will against Wilmot's Proviso. ; 'Bear1.;) : 1 00 3 50 -

opened a broadside, telling here not to until New after Orleans Vera, Let 'us contrast their course with UIOff.-- BlackV. -', 'S ,.. -Jb.Jb.,. _. .S1'.1oO TO A ,50.' f>
effect, and breaking the Federal Massachusetts.The S

the enemy ""apt. Reid made been taken. I ten members- 11 Whigs-voted STORE !f I

after the third fire I for the ,
charge, I proviso.
mounted and in his IKES' COMMAND. John Adams down VNDERSTGNED, having formed a Cj < > 4
men, Q. to R. C. Win- .
surrounded in the rrtper htp under the style of S
seferal of the enemy. One throp,';ncl sive. 1 14
had matched
of'powder: and several horses 1 I! forty U \VbichFarty at the North, we would & FWNSEfT, I I

were captured. Most of the fsk, is most in favor of observing the ",! the store cenUy 6cc'opted by Mr. Jt ,

Jho were killed, were shot in that Capt.C. M. Clay .Missouri Compromise-which r fcrnrwool:'noir aodcit that portioft '
Party
the ranks, but, could ic' patronage wbo dIre ptrrchate
-an evidence that our men least obnoxious.to the charge of embarrassing .
hiilh. The battle lasted about to assent to it, find. the Government in concluding tTHEAP FOR CASH. I

hour. There i soout numbered them. are now recemag and will k.pcotAaiIj' '
was only about an honorable peace with Mexico.
consisted of two .a Iflnf'aal! uiorrmcntuf ,
minutes to from the Surely after this the
prepare showing, not
discovered. some hundred men, ac :Dry Goods, GrcrcerBes, otJrJ'
enemy were Northern Democracy.-Sav. Georgian.Gen. 1
accounts, others say of Shoes, Hats &c..j

INTERESTING FROM 0 five' hundred. Benton. The .th 7 pMt' ilwnwlvw.to) tell AT THE H l
AM CALIFORNIA.Attack well known as a .\1 jer following extract POSSIBLE PRICES a* an induct .

on the American acted as an interpreter to from thd Army Register, -corrected to CASH cu"8T6J R% to cifl, ihi eumiae_ .Kt'ilS
r'(1 to the 1st day of December 1813, will 'come to the determination to keep N0 '
Destruction of the Town of made his !
troaps, escape. show the relative rank then held by, two. :: and'ta toy. their"Gtioda' 'PriuciralJ1. t
,
by Cora. Stockton -The '\ camp, on Major b/J Cash,th.y will 1 enabled to aell tbetn M
major alive and .
Expedition of General Flores The guard fired .upon: generals, now ? the 'or CHEAPER they can be pnrck.: I

The New York Tribune has uninjured. new one rColonels KDWAJU .WR1QHT.. \
1 -E. Pi. Gaines 12th ,
EGBERT POINSEfT.
ed a letier from the citv'of nrriwred'ot San Luis on ; March4 I
jt.'h.lide. f
r 1813, 5th;'Infantry,.ATfntant .ndhsr1 *Mr Sdu \
communicating the following Drums were beaten' General. e rair'Go! \ ; .,

ing intelligence from Oregon and guns\V'ere fired .' 'Wihfield, Scott, 12th of March, "ilIf', Marchith.1847. If -; ; v : _
fornia '
:
event. 1813, Second,Artillerj*. : r
The British surveying \ Min n's report of his I'N. G tCtDB-:
Li.
Gohnti T. .H. Benton 18th of
Herald and Pandora, arrived in date is omitted, but the RECEI7EI1. FROM NEW YORK, 4" .
June 1813 36th d
of Pnnama-the -former on .to-Santa Anna: Regiment. ? and fashinnable assortrnent pf ( I
Infantry. .S..er Oe.ts
*nd
1S4X !heir business here is the loss'of u man, two '
Benton '4
Kobe Printed
remained in the service; ht e ?, : Mnsliosy ,
plete the officers and
of the four
,
survey bay would Pant Stuffs
have been outranked at this day 1Jf I t4
the [J. States I
neighboring of '
coast. ,
They troops all by Generals Gaines_ and Scott_ : Ball. gs, RussiaDiaper,, ;t1
past summer in surveying the to this'point ; Patriot. '{ .towelsj l Calicoes, &c. &c 1
ef Foca and l the lslandof \ and equipments.have ._.' !
: ; < ; a reD auortcentof Ladie adlf" / jc
'Theofficeragive different the .nation and at the 'ins of Captains Morris, Geotr 6neCAF BOOTS, and t I : .r 1
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en.1ae.of this island-some will be placed at the ,Field : who fell at thesiege1 of ,Gerrt GAlTr R BOO.TS),.'.' I I -
infery valuable aaionmfnt( .' t:AF ,HATS. 1 -
others that it 1 Excellency .according
oTMdnterey, conducted : J
less. The by _.. WEIGHT & ) INETT. I '
naturalist iso1' the The prisoners will the military and citizens of New York, ", March 19.. 3tLIVINGSTON 1 .

tyinion. for San Luis to-mor' x>n Friday last, to' St.: Paul's 'church, 'I_ 'i 'I I I Ii'

They left the Straits on continue' my' opera where,the funeraj rites were'performed.After .' : ,. 7 j4
September last arrived and if fortune is "
at point, the, services, the bodies were rev ATTORNEY AT LAW
c!bay, in, California I shall 'to. J Cluornriilt. .I i
Upper ', endeavor, moved, to -the City Hall!, for burial by Fla ,
.26th of' the same month, for the public the relatives of the'.deceased.The "' practice. in;>U tha Couru olF: the Etstir'/1 '
''fd ?.' 6m / I
the jMarchl
American .
flag : remains L eut. Woods, killed. : *_' 1 ,
f the : : r H
tort and from some y, on receiving this at Monterey- 'were recentlj "buiied' at Executors' Notice. /. I .1

1"1Ier.'which.had.run in there please regard it not for, Lewistown-,. Pa;, ,with.appropriate honill.Defeated. $ona who hate any 'de.mandlt aialar i i' .
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earof Mexican privateers. done, since it is 'a very 'eitI of GeorjeS._W.a"..- deoW- ..-\ -

OUthwas also there. At ; 'merely.as a proof of 'drsiJi them w tBoiit del y.'i/t1' /t/ : ;
-
; ; CHARLES Al ,
'While"trt many Mormons. living we haveto discharge ; ."We .learn from the L, IL MALLAY1. :,. I

they were,building their of the difficulties which i Correspondence of the Bah. American, /E&icJ' -

.An_ adranced guard of ibese in;crossing over' fet besides,the'public bills 'previously \Veil.t .&rarch'J9. 1817_/ J- __. 4

? oI5OO9 in number, had : xh usted 'of'every thing; i;noticed .as having failed' for'want .of I ,$3eoBEui. .. c ,I

in'tiecountrv. There all inconveniences.,, action, the Fortification, bill .has faIled i : r Qth f -
ItUNAWrth. 'r ItEGltO"
'
Caar elling *+ i'niht
--them taken ,
among rsons ;to day, was, to'.pal,.' o If
ltl
have. the 26th_.of the, same in hand, Gnleano,;a Jtfex* Among the, bills and resolutions i JEN"i 5 ;,about, ih.r.JOE."":' .. t t

to in the bay of \' ter d the "'enemy .'as, a spy J lost, < ] 'black, incli* t .r. o14. rather "
cD1 I aUo abo 4J Dor .It bead. 'BOB / .:'
unlcate4 with,Com Stocli was immediately To'refund tothe execatorsof Thom b ./Tf3rJ liJb ;' .JI

the"s then uader Jai|: i in the The,chief.of the"surren as Cooper;the am'ount-: C a n'nc imposed J jel/Id;* ,.bubJuedit/eonijtlexio*; ;.'1 -

,Southern fcorts. the to. 'intercede- for on him.under the Actof' Congress ;; t:, .h.r b &Jses bun 10 wslk kdl1J' f

a.mn good health, and 4 iJ. commonly 'known;as,the, edition. law. : ,1D.hUklh; BRY' .

t!ym4 pretty quiet itateV..tfae4ih .from' ..-Picayune of To\procure 'an equestrian.;statue of : 7 I .JrL, 'bHJI;r dierlicl.. cu1.ith&al&rr J.i: .. '
n of October last ... v' Q-. -- --' ------7----7"-,
Washington. .
: : : ; 4M feat Ie aund to& obliquely

WI? the'bar :'of Satr Diego Murnt. -ThQ -a Btejpboat.' *' &cated with I. black, not '
an_armed: )h l Hampshire Mojwachussetts 'ViiuiaGeorga1and ;. 'W.rf1tovt.4IO r* '
as 1at a'thnrme' fcarkct_ t" .Ieu 1,be lL& n.rl UII her race:
V** |
f the[ leponed, ,been '* oik toOk.fir&:' other" States.all went_ by his awJ about .tlllU; hat r '
Friday
oir ; .
Commodore '
:
/for the the. bOard. : 11t tbot 'Alii. 1 I.. ,
dthe '
They learned 8 burnt, to theyater's "" ( ( orTOM., This feIhw rim .wa (a-

CahrOrninns. bad. risen-on the : is estimated :ut. .near ": P.oja&qtioii-p E BFI'ncr1 .- ; yrs&,j"-aicll'pitiii wfrom i: '
about 5QOO worth of ? 1 have ,latolj received, tbtendvd
1sQn at : ; $ ; :: letter ;
the Juebloa..f1e. ,Jefc J\; t. >a r BI' :..) :> : .aylo Acuata. Ga., jj .that c. ,-. _
: Qm nderjJC : u__. .Jhere is -very' QBgn'to believe: that htm.bf,Mr,.Heiiry' 'S: W.r.- ,' .

1' ire( bis_ .CO lf u.n ? ; : \ -i M. Gir i riilleBavy a. the-le&iencyoftheBriflsh. andFrenchharvests : ** I 18 ).an.old.J .,.d ..'
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I' l b k bald .
ato Head
e .Mexican. .. to : the tatiobof oft frhibfa U '''. "-
: i y jf- f'r r. 1 lately ga"c.*a ball: to euppert pap 'ei3 'c1otli tip:U&tai.Fj1 hat. .1. : ,
'Li.'b .f1 'agie'lu'I reportftaat : :b9not, OC.hll'' '"hundredth' each. ,country,. will he nEeforth .be'a'permantnt : Kbits Iteo l ft stiLl >ad of : '.' .;..-
4
.' ed. The nerJca embers 'condition' ofthigs--and' net- anatciea Iodu4d tbfem tiff.. xiugi4.rtha '1, '
leading Cr
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il Bad' n Jia j 'f .l$ .fi .. & 1,1, .
1.
er.( wiip, an'd' ;' peniagjn 1846. 'The. \ if. ,
the pop
were
--le bad, taken .tefuge :* r preaent, ufation of the British is, ; J *.,'$2" '. *; .aKur ba ;-,;: -: ; -
: j Kingdom yearly "
.
-.WbeIer_ : han iedoff,: 4& &?* I ; \ ft tttli.i roc TOMjIrDt "' 't ,.
The aatives'were' thirty mifljont tfiirtef France Jeachtheistate -' .
damsel t j5 .iQ: : .mdtr.M.red that' -'
: 'ery' ; -
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'' w" > l' erve 0Vin,to t xffUng war w1tn |exjcoV >nd i 1. % ;-& j mtVotappliA.t.'ioo e Uit that lb.pt.t'-t& ( t k lti r: Ulfs tht*e. belonis to'WAf. PCra1f&: ffiffi **1iiiMttnr
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feel dU- __ ,the '
who
'ovhwrl
$ 1 i/ ..1, rOf'Iaecon'enInc..ortbe ntay j b.-4.To.iaRlf'Ir been4ul 11 cerisfirdanti .aDd.T I? ftrd .J1.S t f.onmlt. Minater.; HtlUbofoofh twraty.Tfc *

. posed to attac themselves iorthis Company,and P t ,t. th11.W'HO4 *rO9par2llod.rnJ b1, u t : (irwafd;:prat propfrry; pa)'

in wc 'Aat hVar. 'jny\hat can be:'aVoWJ'ins) .. l. ,tb. "factihat.the *eulemi'nt fcfr tw'e : o r( ,1. bfi-ffrtkC qusrs.rt ...117.. JMI imtoiyff
', \b'eartJesMay,fan? % sing ,CJedi, ffP..act.k..W. ,JOHN, ACER ;._14"It
-K: attend organization at .
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) .. th it'ls 1&ted: l.' Hat, I 1f.'t.'eJ'PCftt"TOWD _
::; : Ei1iik1. In lwrJi
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1 harft procured hir.e, .tHiI bcocudi
circumstances, of
: T' : : .i.tent..it thn : ,1bterdrei whose 'estl.ment.are. ,within, any t !

', }, t.- ,..ieveiiJcoj'Iist1. to be made* one. rafcStflLj"Creek of which is*.In ,._ _, S.with o.iphcTant tb..Reghsirt$ed Recr1vr as Ne1srnnsIilV,.Fln4'ot Oi1 .. UIJ dates. 'Tampa Bait September. 4th Ilf8"t" L.G,4mjflbJ.tW. .DowizaaFori
-1 8a j: rHirt r 'J ,urt .law abo'?meitloned.uc i 45Lrro1NTM1ID
t Pot-sale
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tb ). t 1n hlKf. A o1' trstimofl7
AyoisTUsjMktofiTm
& ( be tb apphiaatfl,.melaY, CfltTQbMtCdb7.lh ttJA < '
.I4 !* pruo .houl4 'r VA B LK piece hf land,-eontaf nh
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; ..eleTneflt.and
i "taint Zlltfl : beof
off. C. :
In IhiVs a M taf ) MA
; ,- \ Lomp'tent witne.m. "bscf proof abuul4 staiifl lb' 'rt'euJan.a. : sitsatrd.oa ,
II' arres, eligibly : Fl.mhng'a'khnd V
'Esq. StAuguii-s f uhhiIhTib, bands of ci titi de.i&nitlo, ihe r.rtlU.rq".rt..i, tlOniOn wWeh' It Is ma4e. A ,. onthe)St. Jo river. 'For 4 coia
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: 1 in thehands tM ,plicnts' n* descriptionof $
iee AUigatori fifth,is before ifi'dAt.p.c:15 ,
r 't! IXHa "Esq. Unlu.bsp'uoreqiitd Jo.ih reff.i8e ;i. tiled toni*, .
the
; 1; thelamU. quality of soil and also for terms, .f ;
the ;
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tfa,4fld : Cenecicig1
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of CapU E. D.. House, \
I 'wjlhofeitalI. _ri ight,.titheand aim La J.nJ'und !tPi.rj"'fmh. r ) IflqVit'VOf: Dr., A. S. Baldwin, Jacksonville, or of
sixth is in i the hand of MjorJuchilJ1.Mk.fl; or.ttJmeafm.11
which tb.rroor -
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brbefoN
, : 1 4 -. ') -I,' t nn dewritwd. he subscriber atV.rit'. Lake; Marion county,
opy. The.original'will) ..m.ln'lnmy..Miad'ar '.1'owns bt.. I p rticu'arqulrter.ntion' ; V
snge.1bfiled.in4tKO ,
Fiofhla ;
p V tbii pad;' These lints will remain in the bands.UI' : :1'r S. F. HALLIDAY. V _
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: Soutb nteen East. ; 1uthfrebruary.I818.Tinsycg11 : : 1Oetnbi'r2'l. 1846.V fV
above designated about Thirtyfive ; : V'a
of: the several Pr.ona >. -;
do .n' Ido'j.j.. .d&! 2- '. y.
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.thirty days during which time any :perooswho : cto dc.T.n'J. .Admirstrators.Notice.'JOTICE i'M
::4 either' ond of Thlrty-thr.e :.1. "\ f'ndo : I N Aiy1
desire to join the company,.can sign '. do t. do"Thinyrhree ,
,..r: the Hits, which will be returned to,me.'.(the expiration .'' ie ,; 4Se"n. do I ,. l.l '.i' do,... dido', I. Hereby given to creditors of ,at>d nPHR- roarte' liT ia.troctioo

, of the above-specified time, and.if it sHall do Eighteen du r ; ., : do .: yb :. -- J.1; persons.entitled. todisinibutiun_ in the Estate A' School i* founded upn*the
; &ticr have signed the Tb f wo"', do NDekIfl do :: : > : ,of John Weeks,'deceased and to all faction and anal.
be; (found that n sufficient number 1 : ",'t-.' d ;r .do perIODa'.bo y. StooVaU nhomi st _
they will be Twenty seen do' Fifteen 'do' ; 'do have 'claims or demands whatever against ; 'to enter oH.p
several.lists, constitute. a company do't; .d; l ,. may any rryfc brrtj MHM
: reported 'to the Secretary( War,.and a place:and Twpnt1.nine' do" i Fifteen t ; ,,,.:),"' Ju 'do.T"tntjM or interest id said estate, thai unless the ..m. be 'ii9stifdie t while thor who V ara

'g time oY rendcxvous immediately) ,designated, for I 'Thirty.fiye do Nineteen do' .' .r : 1dO >. do exhibited 'deposited. within the period of two roil profession, ran select stick
ri and 1 n .d4! Ei btrlJ.d: <} .' i.'I. from the 21st October 1845 will, best suit tfeefr In
the Ipul'pOle of completing \erganizaiion, < n 0 ,do years day they ohjeets fife.
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form! kinc the necessary arrangeme'nts proceed Thirty. _, Jc: Fiflet'n! d' .' ? ', '. ';.:, :!J : cJo UOThfrt.v.four be barred,\ and thai I will apply to the,Judge of Tin regulations oi the ftsMtatbo af L

to Mexico,'so' soon as the company is mustered T.but-two ao EightHD..d do f :1' w'o v,:':',, .t: ': do do" Probates' ef Hilf.borough County on tb. fourth" with she single design nf prmnoitng A1Mtjl'Tal

into service.The I 'do 'Ninebat .' ih ; : : ; '; fin do Saturday In October, 1847 for, a final discharge' and moral advanceamtof tnt> &

;h' company will be offered, in the Jirat instance .' Thirtythree1o: .: pyttntHn ./t Jo do. from rajr said Administration. ThecfscipNn.is i ihf ended to be sHeLj|
v Sixteen do. '
MoCftTin .Mi!!. But' inasmuch as rhlr1y.five do do do I WILLIAM WEEKS Adm'r. The Preceptor desires to cnhfvaiei uPU

: there is but one regiment cavalry out'of the t..n', ,Th.irt.6vtt do. ., Fighien: do.li .' -.4 .: do doFnurteen ,Tampa,.Dec.25, 1846.Administrator'. 'm <. habits of kind and fenriHsr btmaam '
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Sixteen ( n.
do
t : f additional regiments to be received into'tbe ser Twent5.ten do .1 24tb February, It .a. V Influence'thew rather by tin appeal rd thprlaCtpl *Lei
; ;: te A'"iCf'"* it*is nut expected I that* .the Government. ,will do 'Slstrf'ft Sixteen .do "' I" !J do d : "' Notice. !. of the heart, tbu4j st Yri 4

receive such ,troops from here, they'can be,had Fifteenao do do" 'du THE creditors distributee!' and other inte Krarefulpimishmefit.v 4'
Siste' v
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;4 elsewhere with trained Korte Therefore it will Siltf'en 'do' do do J.. in the Estate of William. :.McCulley, An accortfe ard ont ef the delmnracrt ilrkjry

be understood that the.company will be organized .Eighteea do genrH"n late of Nasau county, Florida, deceased are scholar, and also of the degree of
r .bout4. ts the time when cuidvation was omenePd-. imfrmn
r (; and. mustered as' Infantry, in case they"are not ;: NOT .-tJa4 particulars as.10 the.ettlement4 of in rultivanon-the- > >kind of en.m..nf- ereciednwmber'of : hereby cited and ,admonish to 11eV and appearat isk.psanpy of, which accmiat, ia msji,

received .as cavalry and I take occasion here, and tb kind ofcmi cuhvadiwmh'r I! acres adults and and and before tb.' Honorable,the Judfeof rr,. with she regular terra bill, ilraasmiuediparent
'Lt :!: dwcfiminating between children mAl,* females,
do I not hesitate to express my decided preference persons ,compol'ng, familT< SAMUEL RUSSELL,1 R. bate, of Nassau county ala. Court of Probate, to 'or f wa rdian, who may desire it.TXRMt .

rr& frtheInfantrysericeover that of the Cavalry in white arid entCJtPd.; ter. be held at the Court .House. in said county r'on the FOR A Stf J0$ 07 TVT1LVS &;

this instance for, many 'very important reasons 'JOHN' PARSONSReceiver." slfcrcls, 1847. 3t first Monday in April 1,847..nd chew cause., if Higher Branches. ., ;|g

t'k fl; I which will not'fail to present themselves, ihoe Land Ojfi e Newnanvi11'$012th_ any they have;'why I should not be discharged Common Blanches, 7 j V

II ;. who may be engaged in the approaching campaign V (fern ,all further adminUtration of Uw Estate of Latin and Greek Classics, extra.

t I in Mexico and have yielded to the solicitations of Alachaa Conetjr' Sited.Sale. Tax Collector's Sale said William MrCulley in pursuance pf an application LessoM in F.rneh, given at the

others to offer the company in the first instance as Yvirtut'. of the power vested in by,law, I B Yvirtuebfauib rity vested me by law/ I '.then'and.there to b" made by me- m saidCourt. rents.Anv.

k l Cavalry. :B shall expose for sale' in front.of the CourtHouse ', have levied upon the following lands viz: 'E, R ALBERTI. Admor. pnpil withdrawn,from *&

1' ;. J forbear hereto mention the Government boun- dbor in the Town of.Newnansville, on the 48,000 (forty,eight thousand) \acres, returned ton \fOOdtOOkfill... Sept. '18, 1846. '6mV pnI fif. ib._ _. .irvt. ,.. &ji. ,. .&a ,.. &...& .i..
--- --
'
n -n. -- -
t to ofJJ] nzt, between the hours .by the Assessor, as that part of the Arredondo .IIRII.
econd Monday:
hns been secured by act Congress P"ntilfll ) he
which a5.ruwPs.wsh
tv. required Ininexpiivil *JW
'
:Ia'P o'clock much of the undivided Grant lying in the of Marion.
all who participate this war, as I am unwillingto of ten and lwo so county Admlnlstrato."s'N8t1 e. pHrt of I hit.i..
t believe that the youngmefl of this section of the interest of the following named p'ftonsin and to Also,931 (three Hundred and thirty one) acres, ix MONTHS after da!.. I hnll piesent my No .rtipn.m be made in theciipil

I country will be actuated by any other* than' the certain tract or' parcel of land known as the ,returned ,tone by th&'A.ue..or.in the name of A. Cj| Hrrounts and vouchers, as aJIf.mi trat >r "I f.r orra iooal 'It'". In .
|
'1i ;t highest and purest motives,of patriotism in such aT.k' 'Alachaa Arrrdondo Grant, a* will satUly' and pay HI: Cote, J locality unknown, no numbers returned ihcE.ta'fI'or John Rt>o >rt 6f late of C l,itriUf. ..(,,1 l!rkne*..,requiring she pepif- (bus fterawn

& : cause, rior am 1 willing! to concede that there are the State and County tax, due on said. interest for by Tax AMesso'r.Also. '." county 'deceased ti' the H.n. Jnile of lr.\tir (,m the Sct-wl. proper oWuriiun _;

not-more than a anffieienl number of ;such young' the year 1846, and all legal com and charges of 320 (three hundred and twenty) .arres. for said ranty, for a final settlement "f *...! K.. 1nI'''. i )"

%tit men ready and willing. join and to h .ten in and .'about the advertisement and- sale therein returned hithe'AIIuor in the name. of Patrick rate, and.hU"t the ..me lime ",'ply' for ktq, ofdinmis'ion'a4 P itronae }. ...;;.. from fMN'. eh ...

,,pi n# sunoort of their tV How countrym.-'n and friend*,far tn SIt: R. Hacket. "mlrh adminuiratur, "f hih H!ll{ |.-r* 'I,. iiitq'iali6>d .nfwf..lK' j in the abrtity aid .
,late1.it
54 .. --'The i interest JpfQrntay'Juhn.-on or N We 111, ,.Also, 3000 (threejhousand) acres, returned in
; : .acIvenct& anil through triurr.phnntly, ; nearly' ,surrounded sons interested. in .. d Entatt are d.ire t n* tnk ri > ol the! Pri 4"il"'l.
T all! *urh then Jhe interest e.1 William Thorn. the name of Thomas Ledwiih in 1845, and Fer notice. JAS. R. ROBERTSON
; ;in the enemies country. Tli" srli<,i| i. nmv in. 8.lO .l.iltt n..rIl\.
The interest nf the heirs of Wm. Taylor.The nandezanil Led with in A. D 1S4S,.said be lo-
C.Ulle to
It country' : 01-16.1846. AdminitiHti
ould is
can, 1 ay,- our T if building l s n laryp.ir "nrnttdiea. apt'PIt
of John R. Towhsend. 1 in Weturnkie Hammock.
behind inteiest cat -----
1 liLT cs ACT. There will be enough left irf.ife, rerenilyrn-etefi by Flernia' L to talk; and they will, do enougbof for them- The intrrest of John Seaman. Also, 790 (seven hundred and ninety) acres, Administrator Notice. i'll. O.O.F.The JI.

Ik4 elves and as ton. Let it not be'said that Florida The interest of John N. Sayer [tax fur 1845 paid by Col., RawU,] tax due for SIX MONTHS lIfter date I slmU make applj. l l.'caii..n is of well k..i'w. s4rny

has beirntricd and found wanting- The interest of Rogers and Price. \ A. D. 184b returned in the' name ot Kings, BGibb .. to the Honorable J.idge1 Piolmif(or i. of one Bu..nl. be .trfainr akibrilj;

& R. G. LIVINGSTON. The interest ofCyrusPerkin.. #; locality unknown, no numbers returned bl the County of Na 4Hii. for a Hnat jPil 'nrHni and acr.s.. y atiinhTe n*
I.': 20th 1847. The interest of Ichabod ProII. Tax Assessor.I allowance of my accounts and v iircf";M *.. Admii.iitrator .- rate in r..rlI,1.r.'I1.| in ike|>IsrJ
Newnansville, February Jacksonville, K. Mrfh.S7tb.. 1846.
';fr The interest of Aaron'Peck. shall ofFer for sale, within legal hours, before on the tate of William C. O. .ilI.'atf J/

: NOTICE. The interest.of MordeeaL M. Noah. the Court House door, ioOcala. on the first.Monday of said cflmty.dear.f'.d.! and for a final dH.'ha'a' United State MaN.

z WILL meet at the following tiim and places ,The interest of liraelFrost. the 6th day of September.next all of the a-' from my Administration on Mid estate.WILLIAM Florida ant Suva'inali p>ick-i.. .ia P c.l.tiBW

; : I far the purpose of ,"...ing the State and The interest of Noah Jarvis. hove described land., or as much thereof as will \VINGt\TE. Adm'r. Cr.ek. Maadarm..Jaek..>N,UI*>,Si.Jjhi's D14

Count 5 Taxes fur the.year 1847; *izr; -The interestof Mordecai i Myers. ., be sufficient. satisfy the amount of tax due the ''Nov. 13. 1846. GinS St. Mnr\.. Br iM wirk wwl Dane*. C.rfJ\

At Carey's Ferry. Saturday the 13th February 'The interest of the heirS of Alexander Muif. State of Florida for'1845. ther with IlIfla"ollnl ilie I/.$.}fail i.. she abone |M.mu ,

; ; and Tuesday the 9ih 'March 18471 The interest of Frederick Marquand. doe this State, and' cu ny..r Marion fur ibejear V In Circuit Court. Th** ..... miefcrt *teamef 82th
I Gilbert Lewis. A. D. 1846 ami all that EASTERN CIRCUIT UF FLORIDA. I A TT HE\\S
; At! J.a"kAOnviJ1p"Saturda, the 20th and 27th The interest of legn| coal may accrue ,'p'MfN4a1'1. ma

pl February and 15th,'16th and 17th March, 1847. The,iotereituf BlidnuiI and Thorn Til li.ton.- tjiereon. E. D. HOWSE Sh'ff an,1 COUNTY or DOVAL: NOVKMBKR TKRX. I846Tuurui. :- '.5-p_ __ t.. be1. bci *.r,
At Mandarin, Tuesday 23J February, and 2nd' The interest'of Thomas Napier. 4 ,Ex officfo Tax Collector for Marion Co. Dec.vrl-r l.la 46. It II.I, II.k.. antt nt.itlJl. ". ant LasS'

:V4 Mnrch, 1847.AtCol. And.also'sni. .' >. mi eh of the. c undivided, interest. {March. .5th, 1847. 6m PBMRVT, The H.,.. THOMAS DOUGLAS. 114"". furnishvd aid ... and \*" m el UHj

rj4.1b Broward'sTaursday the.25th of.Febroary the!same'finid Grant 'of the.I following named persona JU.' It., &c. much imnnrixt. "A* f,r.rcofi>nMjdatiM. aa'Jeu.' ."

j ,-and 4tb of March. as will pay the State tax for the year 1845 t TAX- 'COLLECTOR'S SALE. D, .!* Tanner, 1 !? CifaKCKiiT.EUtabrth fort, she cannot ba ,nrp"sed by any t .i
All residinj out of the county.will plea*' and the State,and County tax for the year 1846. BY virtue of the power vested In me by law, I .,. Bill for Divorce i mut,. This b w at will iirriv. kt S vasMif err
person $
'L forward their r.tim.tlt meat this plaice. sworn to and all legal costs and charges in and about the shall,expose for sale, before the Court House Tanner, tj Thursday mommx.i hefere the df"'aw-""'

: ., lefnre.ir .officer authorired to aIministeroaths: advertiaementanl.alethereor. to wit :. duor,.in' ,..cty\oJacksumillo.: ; county of Duval IT appearing to the .ati"r.c ion of the Court,. daily lice of teamera for Chartrrftft* ihhstv

:ft beoftihi5tbofMarb. 1847. ,- The int.re.cof'(. D.'F re.t.. oh the 2nd Monday in'April next. Th** following that the Defendant ElizabethTannerresale* ftery rvenine.,

4& ,\'ll :,, ,) A. W. CRICHTON., .' .The inieri'stMJ. Delano. property or so much thereof. a. will pay the State out"'of "State:of Florida 'and beyond tin) jun*. I tAl54, pfWMjrijers \I uhinc h. take rei.'' iit"

1t1 :: Tax Assessor fDialCounty.'fr .. The Interest of John Rodman. Tax for. 184& and State and County Tax for tne diction of thi Ciuiit : ON MOTION .>f R. Dnnnn, I brig or1' barque line' whirl (rave SaviHraaewrf

11- Jacksonville, February 5.. 1847. .: ,The Interest of R. Davenport.The year ,,1846; 10.000 acres of 'land on and about Enqiiirf Solicitor for the Complainant in the above I Thursday and Saturday for New Yurie afirf dinrrival
'
VL ;: interest of T. Doremu. trout Creek, known as she Sibbald Tract; 1,009 entitled caue, IT isORDRD of the Su Mt lh| -.* from Fl<.fi I..

: NOTICE., '" The interest of the'heirs Thomas Dextert acres on Dun ';Creek.belonging to the heir of Do.< That, hearing hud'on the fart Pa. enfer*, with t1sirbije. will 1w pa.twuard .

: : MONTHS ahird4*/ I(shall present my The'interest of J.Suydam.: y mlngo FernandetJ; 282 acres on the St. John charred in the said; Rill of Complaint of aid. : ..r.il''r line; i if re'4uiintd.Thesbove _

,t. SIX ./and voucher*; *I Executor of John The interest of Benjamin L. SV itp. Ri"pr.t; a placo called St. Joseph, and owned Complainant" at the) next Term of this court: And boat'will f.tjre a>* follow, *ILeave.

: eA i tit.t Brown, latf> of Nauaiu' countdeceased.tcr the The interestW Barnaha Usburn. ,h, the E tate of Water*'Smith.282 acres on the if the. said Defendant fails to appear. .'beuoel .PiUtka every Tue.vr"*:M.,ii a..J.l

: Honorable the Judge'of ProhjMe 01 said county. : Th. interest Shivro..Parker..A 'St.. Johns, RJJNT, called St. Joseph, and owntdby l may then pa** in the same manner a* though aid PicnlnlW -5-' : *. II"

1'j!.M for final srttl'nifMJo/tald. esLae. ,nd.shall; at. }! 1:.A ufScient portion of a,certain, ,tract or ; James ,Singleton; and adjoining the last abme Drfendant should? appear and he pre.iit in Court., B!trk Creek a, V *f' M. & .

ti r:: (i : the sarn- time; 'fl"lfJr" Le'ters or pi IHnJ*.'.,n as r. t of landknown its the Strong 'Grant, no",' mentioned Tract; 11.50acres ..situated on 'Sam- AND IT 'is FORTHXR.ORDKRKD, That certified Jaekonille al' ht. 12 'w

):. jdt t :; ."., such E'Pe"luF1"r.hd; ill f*"(!n.. .interested nwr.P tnr, clnlmedlly William' Marven" a* will I", pie Swamp; nPar.N".nl1 River; ownernot known. copy of this Ordf'r be pubii.'hrd in'some npwlIl'; '. For freight or passage, apply t>. Cajon ".McNk.
,
wd..irlto take not ire. h' State'and due thereon for the .'printed within the Eastern
said ettatfl | County tax year THOS. LRDWITH Sheriff. D. C. per Circuit of the board,or
1f'tI [,'f J \ '\t J.?. JOHN!A, 'GA VEgO. E"fd tor. 1846,:and all legal costs,'and charges in and about By A. \Y. CRICHTON/D. Sheriff. State of Florida, for the space of three monllu before toWOOD & CLAGHORN. .

}J' \ 'March J.JiJ 47.- 6m the advertisement and sale thereof. Jacksonville Oct 9. 1846. .th. first'day of the nexr Term of this Court. A ,'Sa, .' I
: .. I teats '
t ..f; f \ _- _----'; -'NOrIcE. Said '':rllnt ,is situated about eight miles. from "ta, I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court dt hereby FEIlNANDF*BISBES

I-- ;:j i ::* .J I I Nevrnansvilfa, rather West;of North;arid is bounded .Public Sale of Tow LUBY :*'ampa. certify: the above to be a true copy of the Order JJijoejgi.

'r:* : ..41 '.t.\:Ttyne liextyeroVof the Circuit Courr, to ItI fin the North by the River Santa F., and.on the an Order of the Board of Ce ;Cummi -. entered of record in aid entitled cause- at said Agents,
Vld' itt Marlirn county, Florida, on ffie fourth : A..fOYw
1.pi*., .' Smith by, public land*.-obtaining five thousandacres sioriers'of. HilNborough Coon ya:porpon or Term,of said Court.IN .
'
1:. Monday Jrr..April next. I will apply! by petition to ,. as from' the rettirnamade. to the the Lots In'Ta'mj"vill he offered.at>,Publir Sainn V WITNESSVfnREOF. I S_ Agem. Black (.r4.
hereunto
appears II:7'n
ifl for allotment steamer SARAH SPALD1NG.V
of
'Court dower
t aid an in the realestate
: Tax Assessor. Said I interest, of William lIun.n'wfll thn,first'day of the Spring Teim nfl the Circuit set hand and affix the '
t1.I. 4 ; and for dower or the portion to which I my sValof said I m connection with 'this ., tit Enterpris -
I4. ? entitled, a* widow in the personal) ,e'state of He sold'on the second Monday of April next Court forlhillbnrough County, being the second LL.S.1 Cn"rl.t tI..CMJlt.HpolIII in theCity'of i Lake Monroe, one Ljindced and |wealy-fiveB fctove

i1t ,, Hindley. il-cenvd, lateofsaidrountf'," in front of the Court Hoti e door in. the Town. of Monday in April next. V Jacksonville, thi twenty ninth day i.r .? Palatka up the SI .Jeha's river,<

.. \m FRANCES HINDLEY. Newnansville, between:the 'hours nftrnand, two Attest SIMON FORMAN, December, A., D.?,1646. I Sepu 12. 1846
Pre.id *rit of the Bonrd of
r ;. : March 12th, 1847.; 4tNOTICE o'clock. THOMAS C. ELLIS, County Commissioners. OSCATl HART, Clerk. S .
: t 4 \':. Jan 8. '1847. Sheriff Tax Collector. Tampa Jan. 29. 1841. .8t January 15th, 1847. 3m Florida and SavaaaaM 8fea
'
-- r- 03"&tithernJtnzraIcipy. V Packet V _
j : Columbia' 'ShcrilTs *
-Ix Weeks.r'.erdat..1 shall the Hoa* C County Sa.e. V nbtm : THE rejuJsrSsrsmNr1iesW-
to
apply
L .,' : virtue .of the vested.in me by.I I law, $250 REWARD. Gtot1J(,
the Judge of.Pllhu'M of BY jwwer Jiit. GASTON ,K. 8J*
4 the.County of Co- Watchmaker Cape peek, '-
k :
nd -
# 4 Iibfor I havo levied. upon and will, offer .for sale'before authority.vested in me by the Town'Council .l S Jeweller
I'ttersofMlminitretjonon th. ? BY rfve Pirohita Friday awff
ai
.
-tatp
No. 5 ,MAtir- every
llr the'Conrt HOUA'in th** town :of .' of Jacksonville 'will" \TBKJCT.Repectfollvjnforms.
,Alligator ,. give rew.rd..r t
a
off>atauel Henson, late nr.said county,..dH..dV1f. ; tug ai 9 .0M.. on each week,and will taVustlP
t144 : .'! _, ,\ H. ROUSSEAU. on the first Monday of A1*y' hejt bntweenthe 1100 fur the apprehension and delivery or JOHN V the citizens;
.tanuIt1 1847. .usual hours of sale on that day-the following RICHARD,! freeman. of color, who bro>e from 'Jacksonvilli, and its vicinityih t :Marys,'and all.other immediate |andint.sari

described i property !ia:. -- the j"illil Jacksonville, on the ni ht of.the second i A'he has 'removed t,' the house ln> arrive in Savannah early on Sunday mPassengert .
\ NOTICE. Section 35 :llcohtainiig instsntand the further of' '
fwn.b.ipar.ft: sum $150 will I be paid mediately adjoining the one recently for,.Char lest tip 'rn Irtvrat Sin .'M
4-c SIX'7rEE. 'art r'date: application will! be 80 acres-Levied upon as th* property of Demp"y for the. ..defection and proof to conviction of anyJperson ..-. occupied/as the printintoffice the evening in the daily.Kne nf 8f ennvr/'

_' oindersigned 'to the Hon the \W'md, to' satisfy the. .taxes due thereon for the or". persons' who mar hveaidedin. his i s4 of.the'.''Florida Statesman."and is- The Gastnn nine in cmnertio with MWasliburn "

- iffiJ? SSJ* ** .eo tn"y.for Lf'ttP. of year 184.V capE'. .. 'pa.- d toexecute!.with. prompiiiude.all orders now pre- o,Wilder's Brig Lineof'farkrM ttNew

k Adrnintstrato-t.\i: Wllf Samu'1 E'wUIeJ'' ALSO. JohnRSciiai4Ijsa, bright'mulatto,of from 24 to' riveted with Hip.boYf' line. .con 'York,'of wbfefc 'leaves J

I. \ Jan. *..*.l1kttnt}.., --. 'riPef'. .IfaCt. Sftetibn35, Township 1, Range 11- enfe.redly 23years"of' agej j about 5 (f"tr.11Inr.be iin' height, Mr.Grohe c. "Would ...M...'. that h* "hat'deter : -' er* eterymorning. *
VM. D BRANCH. James Livinit supposed be Dempsy od. is a blacksmith trade and *
> 'fo ; by has a pleasant Q. minecltoconfiapb., attention hi Tin Gasion does-a Black Crrek
futnre, exclusive. rrrera to sfi
(o satisfy the. taies due thereon for the year 1846i te ",nCfl,,but,a grave !look: / .Iy' \Ii:work'in '
.\ TI(4 j i. : .these J>" ':. He,renders 'hi her way t_a Savannah.'NAMES ,
.
ALSO
9' ; ,_ i AU executive officers of Duval thanks
\ county are, re- to the
.t LJ. a many friends whii
OF
dflman have PACKETS.
r- S persons 4 againat the Es Section 3. Township! 2, .Range 1', about 40. quired to apprehend the'said John.Richard 'their given' him I' "5 V ,
\ .t1. teor? ter ,patronafe, and trusts that his
.t Z1e'', l1 ; J I. exertions here The'vesii'kcnmpog this Line, .W"1
or Columbia l as'the of L Dl ,
icJt .cre..LeYIf' Hail :> JOS.B.LANCSTER.Ln&.ndantTRwn1lJack'onyilk
; upon property after will be uch' '
\ Count1decealed. > as f o merit it. V be-despairhed regularly! Pd.tg.wt
0 'tame ,ithia' or I., D: NM.tesat'isfy tlie taxes due thereoa (uitbeyear1846. ,. From' ewrj
\ the Months to the .ubic ,' the : ; long practise In, his ..buslnmuhe feel Brig CLINTON! Lyon mai&.v 'UBrig
Al .f'IId ill bar. Jacksonville, March Stb,,1847,. 3t. .hunself[ to ? -
competept
.! V give
( fotner.THOMAS t'r -* :latisfartion. and his AUGUSTA A. W.. erw'4.< .
- ,1 j PZPATRi& T. JITZPATRICK,. charges 'will. 'be moderate and June 23. S SV
as reasonable ,
- : **rv-'V Sherifi'and tax. collector ex officio. : those the as *
4i A.4mLnaj aOLME$ & :
v r Ei "W. ,7" ; btrliVtRNmtW. tl!
AfliitoOc11184. lii VV
'. .iW: ? VV S
l!:; .: Allijatortab. 19th, 1847, 6m'. HOLMES &, CO. have. N. ; ;l lit"repaired !o the host "BrtrSA'VANN! /,"Uh.ssn.J: r.

: '. Columbia County, Sheriffs Sale.;. MESSRS. k. ,;. removed manner,'and at the shortest notice.. Brig FTXACT.J. Johnson;...J1h7f i
: of Merchandize '
,. \' mOTICE- \ "" Y virtqe of A,writ of. Len.facial.issued from building .the. larGe v JIAJSO. ,i1IOSDC.. 26. .845.,_. Brig EXCEL C. B- Smith ..rhJy .

:: ,- "4, LL perwm having: 4einands agrtha e.> .the, .Clerk's.office,}of the.Circuit Court for the known a. the rmeriy Government occupied'by the: U'ni fSt te. S'rJ- -- V These vessels arr com SB4ed bm f* D1PW'.. ,

". A .tat. oC.rfJtR CClyde, lat*, b ( olumbta' 11'of( Jumia; Eastern Circuit of.Florida, added ,Huifding'; They, have. V 1ilt,lral"IIRPlemOatSt I experIence, who'triR Use.every **ertj l .rfa>f.

Coanty,.-deceaMdwill present the \wjihfn' M L'-Alexander Martin Plaintiff, and Darnel New York t.oheirstockby' 'the' late:arrival* from ;flgfjj Q'Y: W.EB.v Passengers ca ronttpnishiu. possiU**. ; '_

si x months 1- to thejiab.crib r,'or.they. 'wil bar. 'ia'1 S iprt, i. .Defendant I have JeYliad Dpon and Hardware., a full auorlmentof' Dry,Goods, Gnvceriet : "8AV.4NNAH".OA. ,They IF ill sail octuaHy as.,... few-
red w n. Proyl.ion&e.. &c.. which .
i & .i 'Court House .
r flM door DlAtiBi In the cuesbelowedoseabyaSi..nilwt. ,_
; -- ; -reYer.1'lHOM1S'jB.FIT; .P A'rRIC f thel f: Alligator-i,, tbqrsMoi4ayis] ,they are prepared ,to $.Ira ,reduced price sold on;as reasonabW foUowin j'article.,'WKich' Will!(:be ,GEORGE: aoiP.,1 t t

; '. AdmiaUtriktor ,-Exofficlc -Apr! '*, tlt! .egal I ;hours) the following ds: They ire.now prepared 'to.'p'urchaie 'Cottons, lUhraent in tie Soot hero termii ai i*ny; oiberYsubi. ;.. JswiwI...

: : Alligator, Feh 19th, 1847. 6 1" scrlo'np l wh: E)1-2 .of' ,the'S, W 1.owVJ H.Jeo.J'&DtJ thH' produce ;e.untryi. at 'the. COMPLETE countr). : ..Brtu'nalt'Mtpd at Sr,' Ans!.",; .If:
Se7..A btghf it Market.rates and.Ie' A. assortment of Agricultural Irofplement
cub advances '
.
;
ohconiignmeots
7_ : ,.N ria d \ I o48P1A..4Ts-It. #,*E. :1-2. ; *.eonswting of 28 different sizes pJical-ftjl i.MB. E,' CAL4CO.VAf: "
their and
p--' .ff! ( Alo 1 tE >2of.NW to ;.Savannah. . and. Jolv"I : ''f
iLitappi .' .-4i.SecsirrAlMnrTownhtp2 prattrro& of'Fioughe .
., ; ,.' SIX' Jr14Y, dute1 ', 1o ,be ; ) 4 Cbarlei6fn 'r Noi Yorl. v : ijnJ.JarJ 'kdaA: 'f"., S_ SV'b_ V !! ,
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