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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 26, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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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'Februn 13 ', 184.7.II :authorise' the : ? P&JP* ,1prr) np,
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t .ine.titvIJJtP* nt'ibe&O" ; : Interference. of a I .in*,he ojservedthatheujjj, broaoV Hiseye-brOwsWandstraigbt.
quuv.ror.&i*.\h'It1 *. : I. tJO: 00Ntretnne'1tnTin4 : with the' free \ miserably -
f Mr. YULEE'desired vet briefly ItO press actiohofmethbers. His. cheek bones .
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C 'tltnr.. : r 10 00 weatner, alfilWtf' sour.appeartd '( His broad I ,
AH00 for LtHtcr*of;A.l-ninifttration 5.00Tj vindicate his .r8soludQ&ronl the charge here- But:.whether, occurring with or on 'deck, tvhtitf'wa* "covert- beneath his eyes. His chin long.arid
*All religious notices will be inserted! .g&tUi.wpsY. involved :the-arguIIentOrthe! Senator 'without".Bis knowledge; sanction*, the ,with : hiimoithlarge. Hi dress '
'i nowf to,a'considerable lb.f He was a black
"All admirable; personal comm' Qie.tiont..iII! from Virginia,&aiming:a: loijf';atthe :'effect was.the'same, fln but
'',rh.rced ** *1r"rtiemnu.; lib rty .V..the press.. No, gentleman' : to ,checked. ,In this especwl answer was; ..retnrnqd ,no .bad no ,]lisb 'of manner8 tNt # '
, cr.AU ol bills the'ror work.S3 Job. riming.must" .b ,paid on" ,tb.*' uponthat floor (he said) \vo td'be'.f\'r. : instance'he undertook.to 'assure his tepping'oi: board; Previous, ,to' implicit and obrfety, of deportmeat.a
iMirrry anOpen hole
L *,AH eomwnnirai ;mart be addreraed, to. ther from attemj.ting ahjr movement, or ;colleague':that h&erred.: In: his impression 'fiear the'! 'main chains caught.port hi?ii lie,was qjHet,and unobtrusive, and yet
GtLLXTT\ & ffAZLARD.POSU1 pad.r . persisting Jn it when 'commenced. that. ":the: Executive. !wirs accessory and..on Jookin ,, eye> 'a' stranger_ tvnnM.. t r i>_ r fIt:1 .A ___r__
.' : : Into' it _hef'If'_. '. -- -- MV: ( itui iu ,perceive,
f T fly Aiui J t. I which i could eveip ,lean,to sucli ,a_consequeace. ,td:tli is assault He'was :enabled: confi p10D.1ecli ing7hackon: .11.- 'cbair j.v.w.W with- tliatheai' in 'the presence of one who
, ncrfeed that free :dently :to vindicate the;Executive' was
.; .fie[ a press upon wHting'materiaJi,pa a table,.before him not common man. His'manner '
.f,.* *..T th. iT.luMI'SUIe Pnjwed'..itlle was a great bulwark of liberty, and,the .this.head; '. 'f' but the feeblenesVof: .of'coiyersatjonws, calm and deJiher-
.ec.d Seaa1a .f die TweaIy.NabcugreI. And in this connexion, l made very' ate ',fInd free o'
'fre..dorri'or-, & public''pres$ a'prfncfple! felt impel''Jed thing' 'very' fodfstmcl. The from all .gesticulation, ;
dear to freeme.ButLetetbe!. *to'say:that he diflbred with'his col wept:upooideck, and having. removed party but be' spoke.uk0'ope who considered '

[PUBLIC;No.':.] .principles less important,to bomain; .league: ns .al the :esti httionibwhich the.hatchway;which( they\/onnd/ : closed .himself entitled to deference< and as .

A:1 Act to provide for the establishmentof tamed-not less; dear.to, thefrien4s9f the, Administration, held by' 'the they descended to "the cabin.; ,They, though he measured what he 'said, by

additional post routes in the Stateof republican goyein nt. Among? these "Democracy Florida,:, It had faithful :first came to the ap rtrrieQt which i Cupt. some ,standard of ae]{ omplacency.The .- .
Texas.Be were the ,independence'of the 1 Legisla ly and successfully:carried out the principles .Warren 'viewed. thfut gb.'tb'e : 'hole. expression of his face was that of '

it enacted by the Senate and Ho seor.Represeotauves } re,'t nd tbe' sovereignty and dignityof : and measures: ;upon 'which it A: ,tremor seized,him as he"'entered port it. thoughtfulness' and observation ; vhen :;

of the, ,United States the States. These were the''principles came into power... True, the'!(success ,Its. inmateretaiedhjg: former' position speaking did not look-at'his'aoditor,

of America in Congress assembled, which lay at the base of his resolution -: of our internal_ policy was. in danger of i and. seemed to, be,insensible to stran, but cast ,his eyes towards the eilling

That the following additional post routes. .; and .he. \called upon his ,Democratic i being marred ,by: the 'misfortune of a gers. He:was found to. -be n or the floor', ,or any-where but at. the'ee'of
established in the State of Texas: friends, around. him-upon the |foreign 'war; but, for this, hefpr one 'and:'a' giesn'damp>vmould' had covered corpse ,his auditor. He had already

From Sabine city, via Beaumont, Jasper friends of State rights-to come to the .did not blame the Executive.' The advance his cheeks1 and'forehead,varid. veiled, ';his, become a personage of distinction and
Norvill's, and J Kendrick's, toSan rescue. Once abandon the representatives : of the .army .to the Rio. Grande open balls. He had a pen in his. hand an object of curiosity ; although as yet.
Augustine.From of the sovereign States upon this was doubtless; ordered with full conviction and a.log book lay "before him, the*last, but a young man, compared' with many

Lyons ,Post Office, in Louisiana floor, to be subdued by the. power'of a ofitsnecessity, and: he'.was disposed sentence, in whose unfinished: page ran. of the statesmen of the day, as he was.
via Salem and Patillos, to Beau- pensioned press to the will of. ,the to sustain it, not- only for the';reasons >thus':-'N6v. 14, 1762.V have now -at this time only fifty-four years or

,__6 Federal Executive, and you will have.. generally, assigned by his friends, been enclosed in ice '17 .
cnonuFrom ...I... ...._ ... .. .. .. .. days* The fire 1 age.The
Alexandria Louisiana r.L. L.tLflwtt1 :: but for'another, .which, 'if it formed Hon.John C. Calhoun
via .went of South .
uuwiiuucui me utuci' uarriuro it/ '. .any_ outyesterday- our master has.. I I rti i. _
Burr's Ferry; on the Sabine River, and consolidation and tyranny. He would, ;part of t.he.indl\cem ntJo the movement, ,I been trying 'ever, since to- kindle a'gain uaronna, in remarking upon this description -.
the county site of Newton, to Jasper ,be far from noticing any publication, marked' it/,as'a 'master stroke,of policy.) without success. His wife died by Mr. Sullivan, to one'of his :_. .
From Nacogdoches, via county site,of whatever its character, i in 'the, manner, 'A,grave'question of controversy was depending this morning. There is no relief." friends in the United States Senate,A

Angelina, to county site> of Tyler. ,proposed by his resolution, appearing, between Great Britain and :this CapU Warren and bis seamen hurried January, '1943, said that the first time "

From Sabine town, via Pendleton in any other.newspaper printed throughout -' country, which, in the opinion of the from the spot without uttering a word. he ever saw Mr. Jefferson was in the

end Hamilton, to Shelby ville. : this broad land. It was precisely] : wisest and gravest. of our statesmen ,On entering .tke. principal 'cabin;. the 'year 1802; and that Mr. Sullivan's description '
From Crockett to Palestine. because the offensive ,publication, had tended' to an almost inevitable conflict first object that attracted. their attention of his personal appearance was S

From She]by ville, via Henderson, to appeared in the Union newspaper ,that. of arms. Had that war come, with was the.dead body of a female reclining uncommonly accurate, except that he
the county site of Smith. he had ,though it worthey and, p.rop.t9 'Mexico as'an ally, and Mexican territo- on a bed in'an attitude of deep interest did not at at the time he saw him, tie

From *helbyville, via Colonel H. C.shton's be noticed. And why sol because 'surrounding: our southern and our and attention. Her countenance' retained hisr hair behind-that it was then cut j

Logan 'Port,and M cM illen's, the Onion was the EXECUTIVE ORGAN.- ; .western. borders upon; which to collect the freshness of life but a'contraction short, somewhat, ,after the., fashion of the

10 Pulaski To be sure, there is no'public .Iaw or j ,magazines, and concentrate, forces, and of t eIiDbs..showed that her form. present day-that he was a tall. gang-. I

From .Greenwood, Louisiana, via edict which establishes- as such.. 'Mexican ports in which to rendezvous I. was inanimate.. Seated, on the .floor I lingl.loose, join'ted.man, with coarse. ,, : :.
Sbeenick's Ferry and Rives's Landing, frit the practice the Executive department her'fleets; the difficulties of' the war was a corpse of arr apparently. young reddish,_ sorrel 'haJr-tbe_ coArs_n,___>__*t_ .ta._. ;
to Moore's Post Office, and from I from the first organization .of would have ,been vastly' lD 'reas d.- man, hoMinga steel in one hand and a ever saw on, a man's head. '

Sbeeresport, via Port Caddo, to Jefferson the Government, has been, to bestowits \While the issue between,Great Britain flint in..the other,. as if in'the act of stri --- w I I .
in Cass county. patronage upon some* one paper, and'this Government was still vitbinou'r king fire :upon s md :tinder\vhich: lay Jl Tough Story.-Not .long since a

From Nacogdoches, via county site which was in turn expected to convey control' and we could determine beside him.i In the fore_ part of the horse apparently in the agonies of I
of Cherokee, Auglin's, Palestine, and to the public the purposes and will of the time of bringing it to a focus) it was vessel, several 1 sailors were found lying death, was found standing upon a rockon I

the county site of Henderson, to Dal the Executive department ;. ,and.".which Wisc'it ,Vas masterly' policy to oblige dead in their, berths, and'the body of a Middle) Island, in Lake Superior,
las. has been recognised by universal assent Mexico declare, herself ns'our friendor boy was crouched at the' bottom' of the making efforts, as it appealed, to reach t

Fr.ra Jefferson, in Cass county, via and custom equally potent with law, as, I our foe. She had refused. diplomatic gangway stairs. Neither provisionsnor some twigs upon a bush a few1' et from .

the county site of Cass, via,Dangerficld, the hppendage of executive, power, and I intercourse. and professed, ,hostile. purposes. fuel could:be discovered any:where him. When the gentlemen who discovered '
the county silent Titus, ( Mount Pleaa- exponent of' Executive purpose. The I It: -'was wise i by a determined, but Capt.' Warren.was prevented by the the animal approached spot J
ant,) the county: site of Hopkins, (Tan- Government press. was,' to all intents movement to.fo'rce her to',define' her pOsition : superstitious prejudices of his seamen, where he was ''atanding, they endeavored
lIlt,) and the! county site of Hunt, ,. to and purposes, an instrument of executive 'and bring her to the issue>of war fr/m' examining 'vessel as minutely to'make him move in the direction I t

Dallas. POWIT ; and in this aspect held a or peace. _ : as.he. wished to have,done. he seemed desirous to go", but thev 4 t i
From Bjiihjm, via \Varren, to county distinct, rel; tim t to the public from the AWFUL DISCOVERY.One He therefore- carried away the, logbook could, not, by hallooing or whipping, F

site of Grasjn, (Sherman,) and from Ieneral'press of the country. Now, no serene.evening in'the' middle 'of mentioned .and, returning tohis make the poor beast badge an inch... t !, ,r'They.
Sherman, y.a Piiicknevsville., to tewarinhie one could hive iatleJ! to notice, and to 1775 the own ship, immediately steered to the tried to lift his feet', one after another I ':
:nj the existing route from notice with alr a. the extent to;which August of the, Greenland, Capt.iVarren whale master southward, deeply' impressed with the ,, but could not stir them._ One of
ship found t
iWu.ii' tu ihlJas shall be sa changed the power of this Executive, press,. formidable -. himself becalmed an !immense awful example which her had just witnessed the'gentlemen, fortunately, was the person + If
among of the of I. who, a month or two in that '
.Siewart- ago
aslope through Buckiier, by circulation!; and weight number in'about 77 danger navigating the 4
I icebergs,
vlk', aa J Ce aar I priug.Fr.2 which its official charactei gave ,it, was I .of. north latitude.} On' oneside deg.ees and Polar. seas in, high' northern latitudes. vicinity, had his penknife'and 'packing .

Marshall, via the county site brought to bear, of late years, upon' the i within mile of his ,vessel l, they' were On returning to ,England, he made needle drawn out. of. his pocket by the 1
of Uig imr and the county site of Hen- independence of legsl! tjo.n. He, did closely wedged together ,and various inquiries respecting vessels that extraordinary magnetic o.uractionwh.iCh i$ V
a succession -
derson, to Buffo] on the Trinity.. :, not mean, when he said .late years to, of snow colored peaks appeared behiud : had disappeared in an unknown way,, red prevails, to him there.therefore It ,jmmediatelyoccur- J Jl

Frooj county site of Upshur, via apply his remark to ihi* particular Ad. each. other, as far as the eye could and by comparing ,ihe're.8ulta ofthose ,which the horse that, the rock 'upohr : t (
'Ounty .ie: of Titus, to 'larkvilleand ministration. It had been growing evil,: reach showing 'that) the was with information which was afforded by' was standing,'wascomposed '
ocean
completely !
(f0U Ptris Iti 1 arrant.au and was a tendency which had been increasing blocked. in :that the,. written documents in, his possession : .of load-stone; and, upon'examination : ;1

oj.it, site of Cherokee, via from one Administration to jt had probably up: been so quarterandthat bra .he ascertained the.name,,and;his.. .The it proved to !be. the ( I 1
L !\;::. '? cilfsy: arid the. coum1t another. long tory of the imprisoned ship ,and of her unfortunate animal, while.grazing, :;
v. period of time, C'apt, Warren did not I n the 'had I
tile : 5 unfortunate vicinity, walked the .
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: found that upon ,
: ; 'J "II}' ttt. .uf Ut.shtir. To l overawe, and subjugate the,,will feel altogether satisfied' with his situation master, she rock and'his, iron shoes' l
had ,
FroIlI L4 i' :,.. ;1 ,hine Pa ., been frozen thirteen years previousto were consequently f '
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s of violent denunciation but
the .
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Legislature by being no wind he couldnot
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attracted and his
FU1Jl J,, .,' .... vr,1' the time'of his discovering her among'the locomotion
Lmchburz and ', and by holding. up the body, or .individuals i. move one way oftbe'othe'r, and 'he
C e1tih: stopped as completely as j
'. ice.-WtstmintttrA .. Review,. } though he.h'ad
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of tR nwnbcrt ;and kentistrict
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knowinn- been.bolted. there with iron rods,driven.
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Br unfel, nit S.m .Marco and New partial judgment-to 'weaken, the',power ,that, he would. be safe as. long as the. ;.icebergs -' GoolOne-Qne- -- .Mr. Patrick- F.' through- his- hoofs.A .
to >a.i .\Id OU1U.! and degrade the of the ,.Le continued in '
dignity
F1. ., theirrespective pla. was annoyed.exceedingly' bra strange -
nHGia.iire, via Lyons, ChauHallett gislative .department misrepresenting o .. GOOD Hrr '
ces.
idoin' : dog,-as; .Coleridge says," 'a harmless -Gun Cotton.-TlieVditorof i.
Sttl *bli ,'. .AI.I) ;to Peters Victoria.urgh. and and! vilifying its proceeding i, wiien About:midnight "the, wind rose tora dog,who 'j invadeo!: :bu. domicil, .made, an exchange paper says"'thot'be
From.1onz'atc not ;subservient to Executive requirements gale, accompanied :byi thick showers :of,' abstractions from. his, celler, and was has. been.shown. !pecreaogup, cotton
? Port La Bacca'rom *, viaLueroand Victoiato ;:are'cms of t.iemeans; by which' snow', while .u, succession, of 'tremendous very much: in, the way,of' Mrs. Patrick ; and that after/placing i ; i it, in the
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J : Part La' press, ustuined by an .nlmo b bOLlDd.I .thundering, gr/iiding,and .crashing F., in the kitchen. On a cold winter palm of:his hand and" igniting, it, it exploded -
Bacca, via "Qrtian[ Point .I I less minister. to noises acefeartiil evidence j that: : ,
I ud Port Cab public patronage, .c night, the 'wind cutting .like 'a knife, ; producing but little noiseor: .
llo
to'.Matagorda. the of the Federal Executive. -,, the ice in i Iflotion.The vessel smoke and '
was
FtuTn supremacy received n ld'.now frozen so as to burn like carbonic leaving no dirt on Me hand,
kesion. "
via;, gpriogtield and Legislative subjugation is an'of violent shocks moment He then ask ,
1 Shelton' I every ; acid ga*, after ihe dog:had been f contemporary what'ner
u> Chamber's Creek. f :h such a' profitably but the,haziness of the atmosphere.pre. thinks of it to .
l1rom Viel ring'Vh press may ;: turned out of doors no less than..three I r which he replies! ,, that:
tDd Sao'Patritio Lotia, via GoliacL', net lgio, .carry to the f feet of .Executive, tyr*, vented those, on ,board from< ,.discovering times,' and tHe1:last_ time requested,to go I if it left no dirt whatever on his hand, '

Biazos to Corpus Christi; anDy.'o check. this ,tendency, which J in,,what. direction. the open, water lay to a warmer place unmentionable,.Pat perhaps he/d/ better'.try it onhis facer j
bFroua SaDtiago. via Point isa.4fln it is time should be if there 'actually 8' at.all eUther'side ( in while.d&inttoPbstmaster 1
Fon. Brown. some means, : adopted or any: on was'awakened out of a warm and 'comfortable once. a :'it
Corpus to 'arrest- to assert the independence of them.. The. night_, ...was. spent sleep' by the noise of rather an -
Christi i t> .iII' '
J to. BrazqrSaaromAuiuntoFredericksbur. of the representatives "of the 'm-tacKing- oiten: as any cause 01'danger expensive.fracture' :of'gl si.. The dog ; *.!A postmaster t .

State. upon the floor he,had ,tuought happened to 'present. itself ;and: in was.in the house. again.. Patrick waited.i in tber interior"of'Pennsylvania recently} I p '

;, lOm Sa proper, ;to.make! 4hemcvefltwhicb! ; he the, (morning the! .storm abated, and, upon ,him out., and. .both? were, absent, had'judgm nt.giveiV against hint ((rth&-
Lbtc. 4cto io.i.o Castroil1e,: I : did._ Having presented to, .the" Senate, J'aptT' 'Warren found ,to. his gr.eatj r sonie fifteen.minutes, so th Mrs. Patrick price ota subscription of..several years .
\Vheteas..tbe o following routes. the principles upon 'which l he considered hat1iis'ship I had'not* sustained any sen J?., 'becoming surprised, if'not alarmed to distant newspaper, on.the plea that
rj" put in operation by the,pgeni, 'the' refi l ltitiOw'to rest-principles'as I pus 'injury. He remarked: ivith surpriae -. at:such prolonged absence,arose her had. :'not given sufficient, legal r xqt ice

rr anwjconstructionofthe I''law, viz; important a,any othersto r regarded,' ,'. that; the, : accumulated icebergs. also aop :went to.the window to, the publisher 'to stop it, .ndhad

Cot .fockett, to Fort Houston; 4qm: he would. .only say: that gentlemen: .Wjhich Jj ad, p.H, M1 preceding.evening, From* her point of,observation" she continued, to',receive the numbers*: (or:

Pit rrhes1OIflt! A via H ads, Li4verpooL J and who preceded:. him had ,clearly shy wn' formed an, .f impenetrable, .bar rier,. had. saw in 'the_ clear) moonlight( her lor4 several' years and sell.them.for'the.p"

L J3e2 Galveston ;'from Port .that" no' violation j of, .the freedom. : (,_the. been' separated and dfaarranged' by the 'standing1: ,naturalis, barring the, shirt, 'tage. The magistrate 4 e ded .;{hat.

, r ,' ,vii V'ctoriaan4 Cuero, ,to .press' ,was Involved init i ,: :and: uppn wind,,and in ode. ,place J 'a"canal of open a,;d the;wind:makings free with.:that,-asof i merely returning a, copy ,'ol I. "Johni!,
r I l5oT* rozn. MatagordatqPort'. Ca.- their:defence* he" rested." He* Would "sea: wound iltf course afl1oflg'themflhiar( course?it woujd, at'the, :northeast corner : 8.m "papers, with '(*toj>tfa"wriiten: ,

V CC*,: ,Be, .Port Caballcy to .Port. ,_Lat DOW, say ,that,the: resolution 'was not: as.the;eye;ecu Id:discern.It I of the bouse.. 'The-dog _leeraed, to, on'it, without postmark or bther"InoT.

{ further enacted, That ;aimed, at'.tbe. :individual whqse.,namehadrfeea > '' vtvo-rnfeseypn46 entrauce be'sustainedon1. ,his.'Jast. *legs"-h U cation of Jocahty, was not infficJenrbr l .* ; .
l1ereblle.ga1iz.bX.: this s'act up ,wtfteelw 'ofthis' canalthat shin made ,Us, I 'tWsidea" acute l lega .notice, but,, ipfrM ,
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: .. : :- There was 'ao honor:to be Wonacainit .- blew-frooa! the north* ffirit)'tt& in. trik. i"1.::, 'J- .'\ .I t '.. '-1' ," ,fthat maybe.taken'o.t'; by him.( .'*.
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t. w' ,or- the UouotRepreta'\ this en rabt.e;ap4/1If! ,JY&'f :.ttor9 k 4&nctlj JIf"tJD ;ih t-the i Wffl'r some- >VW*time A was ti-M some ,.AfrJtlfg .!-' .. ..'..Wi/4' S 8i; --.

t EOuEi.DI4S 7/t ,. ::;ed citizeOf.no matter.what raight; be the tMng'bat' 3 .jM.with'the ;what un t lUi61 :' tt ( h: l*. ". Ts.question r hisgg4 ,(; ,.

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0 ;,by ihc n9 yeb ld *--- were ,....-
I carried.through by\the Congress, would destwy'the'equiUbriaw whatsoever livtag under 'or keal'itfttlridHn aj _

.. was tliilement of'the:Oregon questies. -, er,betweenthe 'NOrth. 'and d JocfiHnstittUions- they pressJy descried ia the C"'I ..

By, the,energetic movement onThepit'ot already end *gered/jWOttldJe*' either from Royal Charters' I Igbt be eiettke'd by a ..
: and I lIt.
to thepeace prospenty
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.' Mr.:POLK;;which.was promptly sectteaof theiUnibni; .and Grown of Great Britain, or eroment, a*, arragwt, for t 1M

r Wucx o7aUTuLL, SUETr.--We" ."" ,sprung up spontaneously,'as. welfare all the
attacks States
responded toby the twf HquMftJB. invite renewed open I __
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i } call tIie attention ofourrEader3 ta the r the, space 9r one,,session; .oseriouedis., -,\ mestic.institutions of the "the genius of the ,people I each State! ,;.ratified the cotttiiBi,
et.-
: ftI 'adver. ,ttsement of the.sale certain.property '- -- ettledwbie: bad.been: subject ., : _RUQlwd"- 1ha .the a tiv communities or States. seating,to refrain from ,exe_ '
:4i' .recovered from the .wreck) of' the pate'wa of inferiority,!implied by nch '
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frame of ,constitution
( thirty rs delegated therein
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of negotiation, for alt powers
JCJ tlte
. sion would be'degrading ,
Mutual Safety ,which was lost nt.St.Johns : '
. "e Bar 'eoeTourbr' .five months years. 'TMs. ,was' 'folloVed, by' .'the' first, and',would .lay the'sure; .( American<< States fiee, sov Government such a* 'W. ,.

; blow at protective policy.the! resultpfwhicfi its ultimate'ruin.Ruolvtd .' independent, ,not only of tbeiein to be incompatible: with.

; Fg since.: And in .coftriec iOn 'we cannot has' been.. 'relieve. ; the'mass That the'South ha 1 ,,but also ,of every foreign egated powers so long. they .
: j] but our.approbation of ,the en'U and ( ;in' thia Union :
express abiding place '" ,
of the from the exactions' State, for we know that as ed in the hands of the
people.forever General .
and 'the terms,of the original (W.meiit
enterprie.uianifestcd by
? ergy ; upon ? :
: of monopolists. Although'the' act,was That all legislative they memorialized the -therefore, the eovereiga .
:44t1t Messrs WU.LEyand, LEDWITH inf their ,._
: t not *& thorough_ as could be) desired,.yet by the weak with the strong ( Great1 Britain .concerning the grant or 'withhold 'uistl only ti j "
The :
efforts
44M to recover* the. same. *- en' 'The.greatp, mt, a,fijst t .teph; 'f as beeaattained -' sory and, ,dangerous,, capable ,of which they complained i people of the States ,as Sttteti. ".
gine.and boiler which was one,unusu;' .
i i: I rally I i ,and we ,cal,look to succeeding repealed ,at any moment, by colonies they sent repre as,Uniud States and the
; Geatfd .
iJ }large.and,heavy, was buried j in the ponsible; majority, ,and tend ,
.out the policy of to the Congress it Philadel
to. eminent
consequently
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sand, and had been abandoned by the enactments carry mine, .the rights, and/the became* ,G*.
I the Democratic party. the,other States, guarantied published the Declaration, einment of delegated aed lieite .,
owners. as lost, but the above" named ,..
rvj tWf gentlemen have recovered"portions ofit 'The,passage ort Siabireasury! '.Bill the constitution, ..> e, as separate States they ers, subject to-ber restrained i J

4to the value, of about';$20l)00.) We another. impPtilnt even t in the'annalsof of),Ruol the Southern d, That States it is,t1\a .'gates that formed.the con- stitutionallimit.s.by each Suieij.'ac-

trii hope they will meet with:a, rich reward the Twenl -l'iiQth Congress. It ;is litical differences, inthis great adopted thepresent Con ceded to
.c for their labor. virtually" 'declaration by the, people of national existence, to unite the United States, and as 'State, because the General GO't
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: that they will no']longer tolerate the odious determined and common effort, States they ratified it ; and derives all its authority by .tbe c,

P ;. NEW .STORE.-We recommend our Banking, systemj Whereby' the public 'preservation of their i the organic law of the ,tution frEUD ear.b State and .tbj7...

w readers in town and country,, to'visit their constitutional rights.COMMUNICATED.. befO'8 them
ihe-queslion '
sion
of '
moneys are vested in the hands/of_ two or more does not {..tH.

the new establishment of Messrs. individuals'to be used (or the purposes [ .} may these severnt free, sov that power-the actual onsi tQt eli

tt WRIGHT & POINSETT, who have 'taken; I of stock joboing and' which tend'to effect A previous the independent States.b: unit power, (no other is admittedJ t&st 4
essay upon
; the building formerly occupied by Mr whole l for national
great pur General Government
.. disastrous revulsions i.trade and Nullification, having met with, can eierciseijreah'ty it
[ : GUTTER, and solicit a share of the patronage ., infringing the natural than-
no more thepower
commerce. vor and as the object of the pnna.
q' J: bestowed by the community.. 'this three ? people on the one hand or sed by each State at the Decla
During Congress new not an exhibition of his, own nt, ,01
They are both young, enterprising men, States have been'added to the Union,. much.as to awaken in the: separate States,as Stateson Independence-*II respect to- the otjjetf

and we trust will receive all the encouragement and the jurisdiction; the United States masses a desiie to see and -this question was happily contemplated by the constitution,uj

: L which they deserve. has been extended over an immense'additional themselves their true framing a representative gov what existed then exists now in read"
Their, stock of dry goods is large and .
territory. Iowa, Wisconsin and under' the constitution of the : th delegated powers respon this matter-it is neither"dead net ,4.
p choice and well the attention
worthy
ft :Texas'are hereafter component :part of 'States, the subject is contiD ., people-representation in o'. Therefore_ constituent, pri*
the ladies. We wish their store to
' ,the great North American republic, and particular regard for one of asStates, each State pie of the constitution is based apeetW.
be crowded the .and
daily by one sex,
.we, may look for many others to be provisions of the constitutioa a representation corres- natural: rights.... of man.,. and- -- ninstt-, -....-
their exatnple.m advertising to be weekly
:ttj formed.in-the vast territories of Oregon, State of Florida,. to refer henumber of inhabitants free, suvereign'and independent cot
U3ii followed largely and liberally by
limits of the Had
Texas and Minnesota. first principles.The State tion of the States when they ratified
the other.f''IJJOr to the.wise 4c.'T ,
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The insolence and .continued"aggressions motto ,of the or so understood, that and it teaches these important tra'i,

4 4 14 TRANSIENT N EWSP APERS.-By the of a neighboring ,nation have provoked is '..principles, not men," and' when assembled' in Equal representation by States, tyi .

late regulations of the Post office Department > us into,a just war wherein we understanding the should have been a represen taxation according to the reprejeititiw. ,

44 : transient newspapers, or seek at once to obtain" satisfaction for which we l live, and especially people of the United States. and equal ]legislation upon all suljetii

! those not sent from the office of Publication : injuries-done us'and to protect a sister organic']laws becomes more mass and not a repre committed to constitutional chap
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t) the subscribers, must pay State invaded -by foreign. arIM. In sary to allot. us, toguide us on of the respective States by of the General Government. ;
.
i three cents upon delivery at the post every action, ,as,yet, we have,been vic the straight but narrow way of .which the members were HOMOSASSJ, {

office, and before they are up in the torious. The fame<:of our. arms has beset on all sides by the mazes \would hive apportioned i[:TO BE CONTINUED.]. 1
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in accord with -- J
the civilized world. faction self.interest ana mce .
mails. spread throughout nlDlii FROM 1

And the action of Congress in the matter We must, then, lay aside ] population! of the U. States ; AND VKllY THE LMl'ORrA.NlV ARMtLAn .. ]

I. APPOINTMENTS.-By the President, efforts of regard whatever either to DELTA Onrcs
., $withstanding a feeling and address our under : :
by and with the advice and consent, oft factious minority i ,,has"been- prompt and to a calm] dispassionate 4:4 or population the respec Saturday.morning, 11 o'clfdb }J '

the Senate. We extract the following] energeticWe regret\,that .the selfish l comprehension, as far 'as ,this .state -of. facts is ..con received At fin early hour this morning fraeilW*er f

from the list published in' the, Union of_ spirit' of .the North has seen fit to mingle the principles of our gov h me against the Whig doc. seat,'of war our, by correspondence the' sehr. CiDa retJaG. "1

.; :4' the 13th inst jealousy and, .spleen with i motived 'those principles, cannot be representative/ from Florida] i: Scull, which arrived here hut niglit. f

t41 William Marvin, district.Judge of which l h should'only be, patriotic,.and at their pristine purity, any to the Congress of the U. Our letters which are up to- the list
: the United States for the- southern district : not ".in integro" : hour of the. fron Mw '
a moment when all our efforts and'energies the constitution itself. The a repre- express starting >
': of Florida. the people theState which terey, confirm'ihe probability of a bah
should be united to draw the the constitution. therefore, been "
tiehaving betweelt
Joseph B. 'Browne, marshal of the, ',. but that,he is spiritually as fought rt.
> war to a speedy,and successful, conclusion recommended by the writer of Taylor and Santa Anna.

; r: United States for the southern district to embroil( A 'one .section.of the Union tick; to every elector of the i and subdivided into. Our correspondence from' the Brim

141.; of Florida. with,another. The passage of the Florida, and if, when he has h of representatives co- represents the valley of the Rio Gnn& '

. ; -: Robert ,Myers marshal'of the United ;three million Bill however,. without the iuvesiigated the subject to- his ,to the number of the people as swarming with"'Mexican soldiers aa&

;1 ,States for. the- northern district.- of- Wilraol proviso, is a proof'trrat this influence isfaction,. his mind 'does not .of the United States of rancheros.ned u Saltillo Ahaid, between battle was Gea.comma T.r*,

( Florida; 'is' not1 yet sufficiently powerful!l by joining these several
% :' the same conclusions- mine,I with 3000 men, ajid Sauta Anna, d
Windsor Smith,, attorney of the .to carry into effect, its ,iirico s iJution31''measur 'disappointed., together he becomes from a a force upwards 20,000 men.., 'Dt

bc United, States:for the Southern district' s. 'We Jruet, therefore that The distinctions of party.in } of Florida, a representa-, Mexicans ,had no artillery. Tsyr

if( of Florida. the prompt, action of. Congress in providing in,the free of the U. whole United States, and of had eighteen pieces of light artillery-
. William H;, Simmons re-appointed government i Gen. Taylor I lost, it is saidf about SOW
with. .
government men and money arises from two sources-the' with authority to over- men, and the 'Mexicans about 4000.

: :. register the land office for the district will produce'a beneficial) <<: result,,anil.that' constituant. principle of the ctI when and as of Taylor] had taken position at a '

4 .of lands subject to sale at bt Augustine our,.arms .will. continue;to be,successful. .itself,.'or.rather the principle may seem proper,that is, ond,!' about, three miles from Salt1k
I 1 >#-, ,.Florida. and : We he .Gen..J\Jorshnll had left Monterey "
Ir to conquer a speedy peace tors had ,in view, to transmit may deem it expedient,
4 Allen G. Johnston, of Florida, now embarked in ''and1 honorof : ] provisons- and two 18 pounders, gE
are a war, itye posterity, when they' framed I believa I am
? a captain, to be an additional major of ,ded by a strong escort tojoiaOtvTaylor
4 and is .
our, prosperity.Sue. is at
::1td country stitution in the languageit'IB point; my object is to The Mexicans about Cirt'go

infantry. .. Woe,to those who' would permit and this principle] 'whatever' it had not the framers of the think Santa Sanna has been Mf
ak1 : H. E. W. Clarke of Florida be
to. spirit to triumph over patriotism.. Col. of the PIP
party arose' put of the ,political I I 'forming the system of whipped. Morgan,

captain of: infantry An enemy better that,a hollow fri iid.G .'. the: ,old, American-' olonielt at r 'by States, making the Volunteers,, stationed at Gerralvo *ith
LI : :B.S. Hayward of Florida,to be'first : a strong, force, has been attack M"
State a\State
lieutenant, of. .infantry, 'EAT PUBLIC MEETING IN COLOMBIA, laration''or ment after the fndAhpnrlpnrp promulgation tho ........ .. "ft 1 as......____& parties L.J .L. his force cut up all alonj*' the' Jute'of
.. '
,! ; .n.V.q&Ouwpac'f UUU ill observation far Mrs 4O
i Edward Dummett, of FJoridar to I 5. C.-At.a meeting held: in Columbia -------- --- -- ----r--------- -- as as ;
different views in relation 't -of the integrity isr that was 3JIY
: : report Morgan
be.second. lieutenant o.r S. C. the ,15thinstrfor the' Ie
1r infantry.Isaac on: ; purpose .Se,.'.
wounded and retreated.
struction, of ,the constitution in- nce of the respective has- *
ir. :; }Hulse, of Florida to,be second of welcoming. the :Hon. A. p.? BUTLER,: ;' of-our trains and mules with tudtr"
Iff-- to'lat'ent.or they would] have
: .
implied powers, most
_ Lieutenantofinfantry.. that gentleman made an address, at- goods,have been captured by&k'icans
to whether such, powers: added 'the
any fractions of.the Urrea- ft
some )length, :upon: ,the course' pursued r ,onhis. way'ti
THE .rWBNT1l.NI TD '(JO GaEH. tended'to be : i ,with '
in
U : by,Mr."CILHOUN,and himself at"the late delegated or } nment one, two or, ros, 4000 cavalry.
This Congress, the.second session of the: General l.Government... ,, : together and_ ,have,allowed i (From theMatamnios Phg! ,V M\ .
session of !hi t
,Congressr alluding to Our town has been throws into
fl! which adjourned on the' .4th March I
: The constituent ,
principle: representatives as the '
the crusade-which? is now"being" made .. most intense excitement byt"P ,
t:ii last;,is one that will ever remembered, uppiTthe: .Sottttfand-.he InteFestsV M ; stitution of; the.. United es fraction' of; all,the States constantly reaching here reIaure to tk
: in the annals of the Union. It has .. Taytorf.
%_- accomplished .BtrrLEa-took : i -- ;the closed in the .Declaration of 'permitted, and these frac perilous; situ tion- of General '
- .oc caS1OfltO:1flIte
;:, more ,and greater national j atention. (;the; South; .tajhe position serious :; dence, ((1 have explained s ntations, would certainly division of the army. Uy are f
'
::'- objects than any one of its predecessors, wit that principle:is,),and' has, the. representatives of vague and confused that we wrdjr
more
in which ; ,
-. I. Uno\y; placed.. He know how 'to commence' a8- a ,
a d"Jt'is&source of satisfaction: to i in the of, .
:eve 4 remarked. that' :' whatever may.be'the' gin: nature things, viz ;_ : one, b t unfortunately for even.. That a hRttle- bee' '

ry true American,that nil these,will redound present 'temper' of'; th 'times* tbeTday: men are by.nature equal-in' and abolitionists, the neces, DO' ie can a momeatouDahas ;

to;:the'honor of his'citotry. It ;will: ) f> whenall- ,, ---. (the. ..factions r '.of' the' I civil- rights,. 'OI:;, mo *' 'eo c ) : thing did,not'appear;again" resulted,' or what dangers; 1 ? '
come; .; '
II- was the first Democratic Congress after' : I born equal l j but the discovery themselves when ratV on the line of ihe Rio Grande ia eI'f .
North will make ,: ,fatal 1 ,- they ,
); ,up:an opinion to i oped in'the perplexng'UC"ty.be J !
most ,
the Administration.of.JOHN, TYLER, and securitotbeSoqih firmness so bornare, capable of..df-go itutiOq, must have "viewed,
the
r ;By *. WegiveihoweverrwM
!the attention of'the. people was.anxiously ; the broad ] ., ;'in the.
'principle-of received
upon :
and nariithity'' lone.the South'may .be ; : same light; or they l 'best'authenticated stiteroeal '
directed to:it, to, relieve,them. from -'pl le ihdepentiencerof' '
able'to, ai&tai#'' l hep081tI9.nt.d : the .i .liave'Mibrnittetl't 'tlieiJ'1O1i from the seat af hosiilitJej. .

the oppressive legislative acbri ri of \truction* ,-and-,'discord t 3. j .,.would* be; the, ,fatal i. owe- to'" :our forefathtartwho-, '." '"ti'an. hot father- i tliari sanc: Gem 'Taylor, while at Agsa N
the, :Once we'have ; : ;: !2 miles from Sakillo, with 5000 .. 1:
Whigs. beenoffthe. 'theglori&is: :
L eernntooiruun., Her statesmen of : legacy w us Lbe,lr : !O) l Wa.o ,the.rpresea. 'wiu'attacked; H:ihV 9.2d alby* J
eve' of a war ibthe.. lmo8tpoweTful\ -aar :ealled.upon.theih.,iB ...
.
vchoosetojose: &
: all parties.'.must look to the:final issue : ,a portion of ican force,of 15,000. ,Fiacliag'couId Y
nation'on the globe. We are now engaged and 'collectively'to .: !
_ S -wrtJf calmflCM l ''ai.d'determination: aiid .pr r.iaot' 1 ifiAaeBee-ifir the Gen aoniitain bia p itieobgood ,
in.a war:for the avenging of years ;' :: to-ourfielvcs'.and".to 'future, g o.e I 1t. his'retieat Sai-'c this
.resiihs ; ,
J VhVir.'miqds/or f
nfake'up l t"; .
-accumulated 'i insult. :Through all 1. ,: : : But also that. -w have taken' \ wagtm .tf lHere', \ a'ieTere'.
: 'The foliowing sofutiondwere( : i ; ii n i f u ftlt '
repof't r3i pr. itrthe
stPN
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; -
iv gageaethok ,
these trials the theTepresentatives : .
their the :
f..t jeajout care,of i '
\ : >d'-by the.committee 'and'unanifioouily.adopted. .: !flithace: !S a testa be free,.-soverelga which the; MCIK M-suffered a tf'1_.
country/have,manfully done;.their: duty u5byr aaeestors. The ( ..:, er i* ( "*! msQccewfally
-- "'" tI : t t: separate; :cemmwn- ). ; .Ar dest ): st wbat '
.
They have.effected the'purposeswhich \) ,t' .t the! conthuti,1hving in : & lie, tefet''he'' eeOI trcoideer
if'ieJ'r'X: aed Q.: ; ,full ? i ," possessing :'allvthe : not I ; :
e re-
were demanded, by..the Democratic: ;par ?v ;-fv tion oL-the.- btatestrQifl d.m- ,"
i n i- ,
t d S. ,lifltl!* I "w ita-i"'* <* v t t.t' '"': -s : tSii-li-.Jf.: : L' :! :; : .. '. '-: ,Pow.rtow.-. MeM'asiI: bre.ek&dtP iM .
ty jY"J' ma IBS .that< ihCyihdu1 i i desirous f ; \
J. territory,hereafter tor: be acquired 61:1h-8: .pJean4 being or., r ,t i, to; la ;::_ '.
: $
W'tdrr' li .ib2 tii id.' t' : 4'-nv' ct'A >A"'A t11"Uwte4 ; i"..,r; H'.where he'w.. ;; :

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IHere r lettersleave :left'on the 2d __ tM1 n, i ', .uue.:': '.J '. ',.aUf..L'..,". flo.- .t ,._.. ._i..I 1p'H'.;..; ,. .< - "j' J I ..
all 1tbe rumors, reports in the I&ia'said i ,. 'i I :, Wer uy I Jeus.wMLx; .f...! eI1a.11'
sad he however, brings' uotl4 ie j 1ta'. 'R, ;I : ';-" ; '. "
Once 4n Moaterey, '.L' -4. .I".r4r- 't.J 'L.- "8tIl.tc81 : ---
:
Kw- fr W'PIE&1Ii uatOar.: ia : I ,poaREbTED .srztxzt. ,' ,
of .t
iaaccom- way SteJligence SCerrabi -8e :S :5'ictlreI "' 1 -- t "
iJTafe: but hi* ability. still his sC\what'h :-l $ "Jw:'a*, _. .:: ". '.' a.4 with ieM'3 .rqaul !:::- -. '. 7"'_, ._ -'Y' r ",.rc-w
roach was altogether pro.b1emUi testimony '" -' : .:. ,....... :W". .4U4, ,
i1kit lt e-_ 'PO ., .
ce ,. I' '
the Mexje**..ere swai- is important,J ; ri.iIigea.e1vi.'ght J See. 6 _-ret& totlwdaty of jaUI B&OI1t4bUdf.I'1a. 1 .yir4 .
as merchant odU wd c urtencyto, in by aaAlRrie 0rMM- ie ,
shape :
directi u A ; I 'wI ar, 7ielu it dftO' COF'BE : siiih; 54. W
in 1be and reports which we.baTel icH Mu1e4rtid wte'w Wii1'the Jnii 18 ''.' Jaq II 1b.
CamarpoondeTthedateof25tholt.write l'mor .P ,.... r". <.claimed .Mtwa j-r CANDLES 114. .00
in his friend fe this! place: laid] before the public Itiith01UCh'1pleuie 1 t caitA'i of' 'its c$i& ;orc t U 8&ior the prevsiee efSec. 'AcJ..n e1I lb.' ,.30.. a v1
to record our th .nklto ge's.th: Mca ,. the etr ', '
day from Monterey i that we, : charged at 'tWt COTTON.SHfcorBIfCretraV .ft 1b .24 .i 16"
Three expretsrtip Meiicin : at JSIalamoroA, ..forhisaroraptftude i *aiwe time:bolh k:freot laBel in. :the roar'tbetralpX : "ilk '14. .$t'
/ ,
in
correspondent ::7 k the '
our _
.25.w : repeal .exitttaf;:act which DOMESTIC GOODS, > .
fightinji his
of 8 After '
tram and correctness ; the*'firing ,which d *-----1''ike Brown Sninkufe, \ '
large o wagons ; B Mers of :owners' of per. yd .1 *-
i pOllesion-J' mules taken-MCullocb'S statements. In his letter: of the 1st'i 8 of short' darationjc+sed, 'rfbe:'.caa-. e .t "'briag aad\;retaw' ssch slaves 1'icki fla. 8beedap. ,.'. 8 ut ,
ISO private : it a'
, 126, and cemjwny ,ttken-8000 cavalry iasu united i in our Extra,. he cftes the t IousTyventured from eat the :chapter- i.theaioawesJth for the period' Cahcepriiiii" M MM 10.88W'..' .15,"
of Montgomery;: "Is-"with :aviewoffiading or.'i Eeotuckj. 'kMb.
the mountains, and thingsin communication Ctpt some fizmontks In inviluntarytvhade, j. saCO
this! sid tarae ;
general source we learn that Col. Morgan ult., informing him of the. fight tt !busily! engaged IB, unharnessmg, much of said act as- prevents a.slave FURS/ Otter. too .i"

Another bad abandoned CerraW, ..destroy Saltillo begun on, the preceding day.-: the uiules.fromthe' ',wagons,'and seeing from giving tetimanyagainst'aayr.aonwhatever. HAL GRAIN na" 'busb.ti.. '

he could not take with 'Dr. Jarvis fully corroboiates correspondent none of his own party, "made his. way ., ( HIDES Gree*, .4 cwt.so. 3 00',
ed all property courier from Monterey reported in saying: i'This'.mny be con* back carefully avoiding the ,road to- ; 1 Dry.country' e .' ,GO :
him : that a Camargo.. Relief to,/refeacJJacob i ttTMJ2R.1'1oftri1l1.of. Uxm. 10 00.It 00,
l30y( Mexicans between sidered the last official communrcatioiireceived Harvey, of SeahUin.nd Boards..' .' 10 GO.
at Ccmargtx, It 00
'
and that ,8000wore .all the subsequent inforntatiorj CALL *. New York, ia 'ag&ia'oat ,with hisstatistics : Ruiinl'Timber, .. o. 00
tbe.t'o .
plAces, of Vic being drawn from the ,Mexicans* A : 'FOB. VOLUNTEERS.< ',of ,humanity.' He: has:obtained' MAntNG.1Daia' : 371 00'

were'n the eighfcorhood note'was received from the Postmasterat The Picaynne Extra, of the KJtbBy information that sWce The opening of OtLSpermb.Alli.ta.-pll.: I1t1..1w a oot '.

toria.; of at the same.,trrte with list.II8YII' the year to the, 1st.inst .shipping houses 'p80mlON&porkMe,. '- bbL ?.0018 00
the Monterey -
cull from mass $ "
mach "
This xve the annexed letter ffom'Cok Cur 'in Sacoo -Ib, 10. 00 ,
that'city' have reuihtei'in
Montgomery 'small
for
communication oCI1Pt.
without vouching Lard "Ib.
10.
reports before us, tis,commandiag at Camargo, it-will be turns to B.uer.Ib. .121.
destinnliorv several which gives the additional parties Ireland"$326)4j0r; ,bouses In .
its correctness. The I : fallen back seen that.a call'for. a large number is to Boston $ Cbees '.. is.. iI
aOOOOOjJhoase.m:
bad Philadelphia
.
has been changed within the I Jars that Gen. Taylor '1'. w Irish,, ''bbL.|3 .:. .CJ
boat. the
for defence
: make of the Rio Grande.We
renching this place frem Agns Nudvtf to ,Saltillo. 'The + ; _658;'and houses'In Baltimore, Doi 'efreet. -bu. SO. '00' '
few days, on
last have flo' time for PBANUTSP1orId., N '
the'Troy)held in reserve at Camargo i Mexicans sny hel lost six pieces orcan- commentt' $8,125'-J1U.kiog.grand' total of$623-, RICS.It. 0. 73 ;
and ( 3.
HEADQUIUTERS ) 51
despatches. All the'wa note at the former ,)laee.' He moreover 193, a-great pro rata Increase over the SUGAR Florida -llw 8g. .$
to convey I Camargo, March 2,. 1847.._. f remittances of last ,NtwOrk ... "lb. ,
have been that Gen. Marshall. had, to year. 8| ,10
traUas for other places I states gpne 8'tRUP.Florid. '
Sir-I se d.an officer to Headquarters "plL.:50 m 00,
gon
the I the of Ins Muertos whh a view.of SALT. Lit I
rs onr ,
stopped here, and every one pass Washington Horn Geo..Evans:has been rp grxrawl.- Nek 200 ..12i '
fortifying it and large quantities making a requisition ., suddenly SPrBITS.Bctidy, aIL so.a 50
qui ViV. .from on the President. of the United ecalled.tJ Washington &ir'says,. Old; b'm 50 .-1'50' '
Old
confidence iff ammunition bad been dispatched 3
have N.EItum, .4
.
We strong States for fifty thousand*six months for the purpose of beingconsulted by 50. ; 73
'
Saltillo. Wbilkej,' '
'
believe it almost impossible Monterey to 31 a '75
and
7a*, volunteers. All communication the Gov triment and it be SKINS,
has about Deer. "
but should harm befall Dr. Jarvis heft Monterey' on the4 3d ,- ;may 1 b 4 *,' 7 p
hinfj
10 whip for several 1 days been..CUL.ft. between the Mexican commission. Panther Oe15O
ditiEion oT therarmy the consequences ult.,. for.Matamoros, and as he travelled Bear. 1 no i ItA, L
Vis those who have left him with along toe whole liRe of hostile' opera- this'place. and the' ..8my. ye" and!__? I 1 E&Ujs'n.: -lb., I- 50-- ;i w 00 4 flI I,1
-to and see no adequate' relief this side'of New JrtflJ Plan of'Pacijication.-The- .. .B1s.. ,.-. .Jb.. 40 c'50.,. '
sncb deader resources, wHl) be terrible.We : tioR;,- between that'date the pres. Orleans. 1 ,therefore' on of Saturday last, contains a long ar '- .1 -.I :' -.If 1

,\1 suffer all the tortures of doubt- ent, holding official communication(with request ,you to tide translated'rum the Courier des ., LOST, t
call out ten thousand of this character '
men.
fal! suspense until w6 hear something the commanding officers of ,our'several Etats TJnis in relation 'the ". ABOUT iho 15 1 h of January l4tr ., c
to concernsof -
of and I
relied troops, anticipate they tlar SORREL
HORSE
abuat
of such'an fiftera
be
little that can advanced tbe testimony
posts,
from our army observer wan be recognised under the''!! of the Mexico and the United States and __ baadfl high, writ! made aodaettve, Urani
upon. enlightened ami practical President "' professing to give the opinions of Senator -' in hw lore frrthj &ounder( am! marked with g I
MoNTEREY, Mex., Feb 21, 18-t.1 may be well 1 received as almost equivalent As far considerable force Sbule] from Louisiana,'as to the best white pot in hi* fureh' d ,1 will five a reward.f
Eds.DeUa-Since my last to you,.- to official despatch. Dr., J. observes as any can mod of the difficulties .betweefc Twenty-Five Dullard, to any om who will deliver
terminating
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he accumulated, let:them be forwarded him.into.ml J'UM .ioa. 3
bad nil of as to
sorts reports : '
bare the countries. The' Sena'
ue to-Brazos All two tOUNGBLOOD.
far .
Santiago. as
,
the advance of Santa Anna und his army Camargs-Interruption of Supplies, should be troops armed .before .!tor'4 projett is at least' novel, if it:be not Marth 26U.1841. ,3t ,
as practicable
,
"
Sahi Ho but the intelligencevu --I left on the morning of the
npcm ; Camargo just. He that Mexico shall '
belief J leaving the United States,and the officers proposes NOTICE. > :
not sufficient to warrant the 28th February, to return to Monterey' should consent, to- the Rio Grande the boun PERSONS having claims) apbsttbe ftI"
commanding companies ALf
tba' wcfr was the case until yesterday, in company with a train of 70 wagons take iw ammunition dar ceding to 'its "Santa:Fe'find the of Samuel Henson; late of Cdurabitf
vten an express nrrivetf at this place laden with supplies and escorted by V charge, enough to whole or a part of California" But'we County.'.decfcajed, will pment them to the Sub(
Gerr. Taylor's Camp at Agua'Nuen of Kentucky cavalry. under distribute, in case of emergency, forty ribef whhin the time prescribed by law, [twor'ytftrt
from
company rounds'at least. must quote,language., He says :, ot; thy will be (orever barred{ and air
20 miles beyond Saltillo, stating command of Capt. T. F. Marshal, and a Yery lespeetfully obed't servant "Td the South of Mexico- several lho 4' trtdrbled to aid estate, aN reqo.trd to .
that Santa Anna and his army were in detachment of 20 then- belonging to ,the SAMUEIr, CURTIS, your Cot States, weak in'the fe&blenes< of their m.b'p.menttoV.. H. ROUSSEAU .-*"

force about 30 miles rn his(Gen. T's.) 2d Dragoons. We had not proceeded ,: Com'g.. isolation. Known sometimes by'' the Adml" lrator.Lth1 .
Ta the Governor of Louisiana.
1Wc
front. The purport of the express was five miles when an* ordcrarrived for return .. name of Central America and sometimes -. !. Flai. March 26ih 1847. Sot!

ihtt Ctpt. Prentiss' Company of U. S. in consequence of instructions jUBt" New Hampshire Elections-The old by that of Guatemala and composed Levy County Sheriff's Sal .

Artfflcrjr should mardi up from this received by expressr which. passed; uson Granite State, the stronghold of Democracy of the provinces of G uatemnk; San WILL U old.on the firnt Monday January 4

,tact,to join him nt once, and to take the road,. directed tothe Quartermaster in. New England,' is a sour'grape Salvador, Honduras, Costa, Rica, and l. (1847)between I be hour ot-10'_&3 '
heavy .ordnance-and much ur-the at Camargofrom.the,Quarter- o'rjoctc on that day,the South Writ Quarter of the ,
up to the Fede'ral'hlgs, of 1847. One Nicaragua all detached branches,- like
South'Vwt Q'aiinef f
i Section 7, Tuwn B5i J6Ratf
,
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tredit of that officer; he was on the master at Monterey, which were received '. Whig paper says that .the ''.f\lJies," : tI xico,';of the old Spanish crown,these e19 and the North West Quarter of| the

road }in a very I short "time. ItS Two 18. from Col. Whiting Assistant number in the House 138 to 120 locos, States sustain each of them with'the North Went Quarter of Section 18.Township 16.

pounders, am) 4- guns ot a smaller ca- ii- Quartermaster General at the headquarters and that Williams (loco) is elected Mexican 'peoplethe! triple.afllnity of Range.JtTf&wih and containing 80.acrel..ot

bre, were taken- up. Gen.. Marshallleft of Gen. Taylor, directing, for Governor by a very small'rnajorityvNow'the ( I I manners, religion and language.. To |. fur armache the premnttyear.Will uii.(fy"TTrf Ist *?,)taxes with du'e'all coeiisnderpene on the MOM

this morning for' Saltillo. the future that all trains be stopped, as Democ'raticlJres8es say that i unite them in a single State would be an accruing (fur adrrriuing the The

The speculations here are. that Grerr.. certain information had been received their majority over the ." Allies", will I easy task, because profitable to tilt1: and a mwland.* are iiualed; in LeVjf county,onf

Taylor will be fully able, with the;small that a large force of the enemy's caval be .about 18, and Williams7 probable this.task the.,American Union-'.should. I tin WitW c*orbr,.nhori fiiance above th<* weir

.., force DOW with !him, maintain his ry, say four or five thousandwas in or majority atr OOO ''TEef"Boston with its whole) power,. aid Mexico to accomplish knowu claimed pUce by James called Lyucli.Fort Clinch and bounded and''owied by U.and S*.

tfI } '.against any attack from the near Chiha and that Caidereyta was already Atlas(Whig) in giving returns from after having first.aided'her to laruf, jnie** there have been land recently pur rciidiod

I. ruemy. Should Santa Anna be in such occupied by them These last 193 towns concede that Williams has 're-unite Yucatan and' Tabasco*: 'now adjoining. The above lands writ]be sold af- I

force a* is represented, Gen. Taylortan ] particulars are contained in' a- hasty been elected by a majority that will not half detached from her by that. force of the Court rfou-levy County. '[F.. DaDj I..]

fall back on Saltillo-; and if driven1 note from the Quartermaster at Monterey var much from 400. dissolution, which causer both States W.Tax ET.: Collector ANpHEVVS for,SIierTrand

itK lack from there,he can retreat to Monterey dated Feb. 23, and terminating it The vote for Berry, Ind.. Dem. in and edificies to ia'.l: of themselves into Ofet >>r23i34B.O Ldvy county I

K where will be secure: From with the remark "look out." With those' towns heard from amounts to ruinsj'stone after stone.' Thus theUni' The above tale. (I. |x tpdn"d to the N|: .

u what I can hear, old Rough and Reedy \Vh1ting's.inl'tructions also came' 8,468-a large 'dice from the regular ted States would restore to Mexico on Monday in February "xr' .. Jan 15,1847., '

ays-.."ff Santa Anna has the' temerity the order of Gen. Taylor,. dated Agua Democratic'vote* One of her 'frontiers,: what they would M 03"'n'dayin The:March above tale next.i. postponed to Febl the lint,'

. ioattaf.k me, I will give hinr battk. Nueva, Feb. 21, the last one received The Concord Statesman,. (whig) take from her on the'other., Mr.Soul 07 The! abav "tale! .U pMtponed to.the firlf:>, t

::08" 5000 cavalry ere reported to be 50 miles up to ihe time of my leaving Camargo, while the, editors deplore the result, ac 'is convinced that the offer of such an MundsyXu1yvwzt. '. "'* '

distant from the city on the'road towards -- March 2d. This order is doubtless the ,kno\v1edgestbai the; "Whigs"New'Hampsire alliances,'made in good'faith, muse weigh March 2Bib..-1847. ) -,'. '

.4r' Victoria, coming this way.e .- despatch of Gen..Taylor calling for reinforcements -' "have,done their,wfiole'duty" 'greatly in',ihe balance of our Mexican NEW STORE "

bare here the 1st Regiment Ohio alluded to by'Capt. Montgomery to avert it. Yet to little'purpose. 'For negotiations.", .

*' Yolnteers and 1st'Regiment Kentucky, in his note, a* mentioned to' the Atlas does not anticipate the elect -*. What favor\this proposltrorr may re THE UNDERSIGNED hating formecTa cO".
.
? under the ofWfllGHT
ae IDaa1outone company Kentucky Cala ". him by Col. Whiting.On .- v km 'of any Whigs to Congress,. but, of ceive frotn either government, time onlycan style '

9* talry_Re nlnr& the morning of the 27ib, another, two" Allies develope. 'It is the game of the &' POINSETT, ;. 'I

- the event of Gen. Taylor being express arrived at' Cojnargo from ,the strong against the weak Have rnted the store If'tf"Ddyoccupied by Kir.BI '
KT dnrea lack on Monterey is under* Quartermaster Monterey stating,. in Slavery and 'Fugitive Slaves' is the P. CUTTER and would now solicit that portioa'

- itoodaat In the forces,will retire into a notes that be baa sent on* otTthe day subject of a stringent, and, in oar judg New.kind of Life Preserver.-A lady: of public patronage who desire to purchase

* BWcFort from which position we before but apprehended that, he rriay' ment a most' outrageously .infamous | recently tell inter 'a dock, somewhere, GOODS ,CHEAP FOR ,CASH.. ,

,. ti!!haTe command of the town. Pro- have been, .cut ofl;and, as be understood law just passed through all the forms of and the.a5toDi haient of 'by.standers, They are now receiving and.will keep- constantly' -

a. ''ou ammunition, wood, &c., are from Col. Whiting that there were Jm legislation, with thea: aignaturo Governor instead of sinking to,the bottoiu'like a oa handa genii ci assprtmentof

; Qerngt to the fort in great abun- despatch from: Gen. TayloY 'Shunk, by the Pennsylvania Le lumpof leadrshe floated on the surface- Dry Goods Groceries, Bool,

V &nee-m fact,. all' Government property portant calling for reinfot cements,' be had,sent ''gislature. It goes even beyond .Massachusetts ,like:any genuine mermaid.: The, rea. Shoes, Hats&c., .. 4

r -DeeR removed there If the another to'ad vise'of this'Cacf.Aoout *' concerning fugitive .slaves.It .- sonof it'was-.-.she wore'a cork. bustle I Which they pledge! themtefvef to cell.AT THE-'

1 eaycemeto Monterey in force thetyu.t 2 o'clock thesamedaydnotEer :: is called an'act to-prevent kidnapping, I LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES}.. an fedec*
. Wl into their. ; I the and ,: The following concise and appopri'ate ment for CASH' crstoxieRr to call and examine.f&ving' .
hands, for the arrived-with a note from the to preserve public peace, to Michigan
express wars ofTeredJn com to determination ta keep IV O.
.' :lerenot hold it. From the same officerdated Monterey,11 o'o'clock i prohibit the exercise of certain, powers,' prayer befrislatnre1 once' by a French chaplain -, BOOKS, 'and to buy their i Good's, principally'.

. vti Tort,, with our heavy pieces of a. IB., Feb. 23) saliogaD'' express bad : exercised ;by Judges :Justices : for the Cash,ditty will be enabled to sell them at. ."

iI'Mt ? we can batter the city down, just arrived from alL Uot bringing :information .- ,of the Peace; Aldermen and Jailors, "0' Lor I, Bless) der peeps? and' thtir sedebewCere.CHEAP or CUEPflaa'sb.cinbrpiarch.EDYARDVRIGHT, .'t'..

1ft :e the enenrie1 quartern that Santa Anna senta, sum and to repeal certain J51nv Jaw** The servants dtf representatives* 'Hay dey EGBERt P01NSBIT, .

: t torthem as to corrtpeF (hem to moM to ,Gen.. Taylor demanding his lawls 'ttiemore ridiculous' because it make laws for de, ,and not forthemselves ''N BT Bidea and other( country proctuc takWinrfciiaage "
,,
.1
a -me surrender. The General :told, him' to: directly conflicts with the late decision. 'peep fur Gooils., ,. .

fitit The Mexican population of Monte came and.take him. Santa Anna stated of the Supreme Court fn'.the'QJtiO'slave ,, i -araen. i i M, f _.'i_n8TJBAMER ., J*.'e-. ,March IQt! r847 It :fy '".' 43pjj'
re T) much alarmed* and 'thousand ; The New York Express., give* "
ate that,be.had twenty men, ease MUTITAI 'SAFJBTY : OoisaH
- lag From thk place;the merchantsS5J& and that if Taylor did net surrender.he this summary,of iu provisions ;" FOB SALE-' r FROM % .

<*;i'I suppose into the would cut him> to :pieces. The. note :Src 1 makes highly penal to carry -: TUST, RECEIVED -NEW VORft- .t .
; _i THE Boiler Grat Ban Siwfti, i'd Je a sortme 01r"
e
iy fear Santa-Anna's ap- concludes "The ;which left afr off from that Stale'any: free negro, with, J -' a4 Sa ... .
: r'
tfeethe4 :, express ylinder) ,Sletro Cb *tr Air I'u al'Ie'' ,'rfJII'.. q t :
Th of a- hard :' that the intention to sell or 'ieause ta;be,sold .' ol* .
w'il dRgence.. ter dark fast night says Taylor ) Benmi and Connecting fod, Crunirod Conaisiinf j' .; t .
; jr battle Jn the mmghborh c1 ot was giving,the,Mexicans hell.J. f'! keeping;' Mst. to befkept as'?a biVt nitM Beifplalr; Pedestals, RMU, Barwwlfebes: Prfcled A&wliM '" I
N hourly slave. and Jbtoli*.'Compoillion'tJoxw/Steam*;Pip. .b. ,.
continuation
expected fcerer Dr.Jarvis .i in : Giflgbams Pant Staffs .
361 Cu/-OJf. Pan, and the balance of M chineiry aaved.from the' .. 3
I \t Tows T.' The detachments the '3d Ohio Regiment > "Se. j.prohibits, by,a heavy penalty SuttmerAiaittftiSJK&j,'*M be SOLO AT .,AOCTION -. Tettingtr' fiowltf DSajer .

tt the-lollowing'Crom! '(Ee. NeW under .Col.:Morgan.and 'Lieuten ibe.transfer/of/ any .freaf :negro! ,.for jhepurpose nt JcV ontilt.!! on '& fir t 'TUHd., .la, :CrtTsB, for towels, '.Ci ieoes, &c. kc.- '. "' ;

#, ': IA.TM-B iIiorIaLhkt' ant-Colonel Irving-. the:former ;having < ) .of. .removing 'him from .the1 MajTf-184 .:* ?oe ,Engh1.israt I d at.?.80. .. ,ALSO,'a cwral aasortceotof Ladifca*and CWdrrns ... t
'I-fwers of the Bulletin : companies at Cerrslvo f. aad ;:thelatter ,::tate, 'power,;ami.ibe Butler,,nearij new*. 'SHOES,'Gents fine C ALP BOOTS aad 4 r- ;
A & ? .seven .. .iSec .Stakes' ,f n.;alt.fudgeS,dfth March 26th, 1847.: k' new anicla v: Gems.GAlTKft BOOTS; H_ '. '
t raniorsfrom the array of three,:.at'. arln-lt" was greatly away KT"Tlu N Y. 'JfburoaVpr Commerce, Boston I
s $wpt and Gen.. Taylor 'falling, feared at Caflatrgo bad.'been cut off by f,Courts.of ,the,Com nwealth;, Adermen .I Pus, BuitimansPalrlat* .. ,ami PUUdelphia'Ledger, "al1 Call elf and ant 1M.'RIGHT aasortment of PALM& LEAF I'OIN ETT.NA?&"' : i

sir if tiii3 eu humbug Tfifsirtta", alargfoceofOQ ratr' who"ate said ,..&c., jurisdiction or:cognizance .will ;Ie.H> ,ivn iJwi. boTn '2.i nMmiooAj and Jut Jacksonville, March 19 3t '). .
* -! id : frooa kbor q qtre ward t1jiJ31Ia.. this e '
; .it is nearer official than i i'i to have occupied t1ne latter place on:the of the oaw.of any fugitives : .:
FtJ;'I.X LIVIN'sGN .
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Ii. ';:btbe-, i obedie e ;to GreBeral: : : '
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) roper.$qtb9riiel! ; propose young *X*"** [ w -- 1'TAXEltfPJ : : .OV.Wfl prattle wirf&JtlJM
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,1 Ota otkii secttoa oFcooniry organize.a Volotter J>em. JDt/I'" _til';for;,i: I..I.it'9ft'jaid4\ "Fre. 4dMii(at;I 'Ie iii" ,
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for the United States service > ,
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t ,JattSQffUchJt.trmiis. 1* -,'J".> > t __ KwtoMtfA F-"%
Uw whKJIexieoAnd 1 1I htd On a.shirt an .iicL eisdngwar
; I .. : rpTiqBfuVereJrygfven .hecJasao/applicaritiiibAyp'menildned that.the (i frO W.tn: :ldgl. AtbKlctfrKewnaasfilUr-* >?WAUQUSTIJao
,tp I for the convweoco- ofho e;v b ov r.eeldi; I r tq plats! ,;Mrf sajsU.it he beWVtQ:; : WmvP. Craig. q fiMaaiiee .
; i '. .L i M riKTAivniMn hure.beendulv erti L and tumed .bv'ih .Siirve'voDGetieiiBJ il. heflhit1ictLaDa'Officeai ; '
,. e< and'fn HilUoorougli
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: ift''I
this Clnr1. .
potMl to ttach themselves to ornpany, i I .
order that no delay .that.can be avoided may U1e.J4laccib"ttt.k'Ne..nanv'i11e, '1os-tland, thsab.,pe4o4,{'"qs "artl ,ail fd .t this f I .requested:-cmM'YAnviu$'pto rrtiP'"rtl I'$" Arroarzy5, QUNLLo' ;
'jala 'Aet'for'liroylng sIeneM l&en coumenced. .tieltM psrafarquss7.acv, r r.aii"rrr
attend its' organization. at.,the ztr1Ii's'aiycon! ,; chsrreayaad1. take him. away* V I \ *J' rrati ''n
hi .
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,; 4 ircum.tanee.l.h&'e procured ..en"r: aa'.btth it4iiocated, : csli i pie *i iba dts op.oite! i ibe TownsMp crt't3 iitbe? :: V_ olJr IRK1LV ana I$.
the
..iteat..WI annneet h. tN-r"r., who. hfio jn.ji fn ih. t-.t" CtrtV
Thnseapplicints r ''U 't. .witb1n "y rTQwflLli are SheriflX; : tJilrDD'J. (
.. ) listi bo made of which "jn ;
i:1: I yen copy to one' < requested' toIe l with Ibe jRegtster andJter.iver.atNewii.BTU' .J F] Septembf r
Of JacksonviUe.-r
the hands Oscar Hart E c.w
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ittisfictory'proof purtuanilo ihe.ferjniioment of.tb law above).mentioned.SBchjprwbf'shbuliJWihe ,. "'
Black'Lu '
: ii a.notberisIn.the.. hands,' of Ai'.Coy. ,' Esq Bpi>Hcants'"own affidavit,corrpboratetl! by the testimony fifwr>.nr'wpfdislntererfted.cOinpetentwitnesseV ', : :. .--EerS lc,.: 'V V' : -. '( .1
Crtekw tljtrd. in the hanT of P .C. Zyltr, lJJ
: ; whirli'proof shwild.siale'all$ th. particular -as. (o the settlement, .. :A VAlUABlJFti,i rtJ.roarni, 1 'l't4

1 1 E.. St.. Aogurtinejr-a fourth I.ln"Le h nds of yind give: the desijm*iiojiort the, nrticdnr. quarter ,fCtlon.iffl \hkh,ir 1; made.Unti1.s _' I "42 'Vtfei, efV! ;hfy '#ituit.l nn Fkmng'& ATTORJIBT'.Alfl COt7N8SU< | 1..W.

.. ::4 J. P. Hardwi E q.' A1ligatof-in. ', finKi''J and in the tbt-% \ ,thft f n pf rpquirfj'ln i f theT iyg'iinjfi4filf; t
.1LiI; hands or Capt. E. D. Hou e, Ocnla,- ? :"'Ill fat.felt_all' l.bi.tuliB! and claltnj'n'j land,unde.r|JM jrf pf', I.., _" ph"J'ld. qualiiy' ,.:the;>Jili.nH. .! ., c.It4uirs' ., I..r.n .. ,, viiK Wftr'?

b flj7 .f:xth ( in.the h.na-orMNjwJau.Chi1aldMsca. -'-.- ; of: Dfrf A'i.S. 'BaHWut, Jacksonville,. .*nr ': '
\ State
t Tl ; remain in ,IIafli1 li atth'w I i-Mv l Daif.on'rbefiarewhicb llprnofpf..riilfinfntmM.lbefited.aiKTibe V V f Florida '
e or"oalvill .n -N *
;
my .
) Marion
1- Gp ; o.Aship. ,, g- V j section described.Thirtyrfi .fii mi f'C"( rih T at \ re's L&, civility, J

3 ;!g pUc.. The e thtsi will .remah in ihohand* -. ___ .. j. psrtculasquaner Flmrt; ,; V S. F. HALLIDAY.. _____ Jacksoivill... FIrj4 ;, itV 1"\
I of ,the several above designated .'ouithirt ** 'S'uth.Tweniyeigbt ; Seventeen; Est. 10th, February; ,1848. '; .
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persons kIf"'.r2.l' 1846 if- \ : '.
j tIt V "l Of' S .
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tft ) :days, during 'which.time. any" persons wh do Fifteen_ do' vl ; duV 'dilr ; DOOOETT'ii-

; desire to'join; the' company can sign either one >ftKe Thirty-three do"Twentyseven Nineteen. 'd I) V r '- *, '') d' i" ".i" '. 'Adrainistratpr's Notice SEAfJN: AI'Yr. I InEl&

; ,1i.t1ich".iU..be: returned to me.A't. the ex'- dpitThirtyihree \ V '...SevrviieenNineteen :4OV .. .do. ,do \ .VV.. .1 .. ; !,
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t pinitton of tb* above specified time; ,'and if it shall J'q' ,"' r'. EIgIteCn /(10.,..,. ': '' :' f-,. do.- 'do :ThTOTICFI.! I hereby given tu rjediiun f. aud.L1 r.iuI'D'tfUCIt., !Nft t.' r>4 ".dil
Srh .
I : be iWn3,that a sufficient number have signed the: 'Thirty-tw6 v dodo" ". .do ".. 1 ai entitled' lodUlrihu\ on,in ihE, aie .l. u ( r.,! up t p -.

will be, Fifteen"Fifteen. do : 1 : : 'to ., o'JnhnV..k". ., and IM ail. 'perVnns .hn ductrr1nhffi.lan.1dy. SIb4"'nl..6ft IW
: several lists.to constitute a company, they TwentysevenJwentynine .'1" tfm 't' ,: fe .1 : .. i .
4IItL ., ,f .? lematNls.wliat-ver again!. reod t t enter C'1.n"IP ". here
reported M Secretary of War. And placo and do' dddo. ; .. *iloNOTJK. : :do' may have any claim ir P'r. si.
- timeof rendezvous immediately'designoted' for Thirty-five'd .' Nineteen! ', do';';' .'i. '; :.do rlo .f. '', 'or:jwtere*.in.saMIepf5'P. that unlM .'.,.ame' bfexhibited .i!! I.i.!! a bH.. ',hl4V!", 'but arp M 4'4
.... ( r : '. ... i .r.dep ;.fie"d within} the jwri if..1 u f two, f!., a sucj
t e'purpMe of completing organization, andl twenty-seven ;dp .Eighteen ,', .f,1.1i (ttdo' .4';" 'd" ";1'1" I $ rrttt"of'Knt'ln. ,. '
4t t. yeari frnin th.'2lt Orl tubt. 1845. they will' bet "pitiheir$ J.CltII..1I( life. II.
do Fifteen day I'4V
l making the arrangements! to proceed Thirty III ..> 6;':' ; "'Vd, "1 del ,1'-; I
necessary ,1 ,. "' "' :r 1 t' t" : bt'burred and that, Twill appl> I4sheJwe .of 'Th' gnlnti'm-*' f"| tb.i.! i iu..dtutii I'_ _
to Mexico, so soon as tbe'cpmpany, is mustered Thiry-two Eighteen dodols :: 'J, .'.to do : ., .
int&aervicP.. I Thirty-muf do r Nineteen /)' .' (), > : : '- '- o' .,clo' '" : Probates of. HilUborough Cnioiy ,._>n lb* f,wrth!\ with tb* .smfln design .f promoting ..
dI
t h the ,. do do.V 1' ; :I' : ", "; SsurdyjnOcwb'r. 1847., ,for. .a final 'dlvhurfu I at I and m.'aIadnn.nnso1is> .,II
' .: jij The :company will bt .trfl't"d, in firtinstance ThirfythreeTbirty:6ve! : Seventeen 1.1.'rd: Vd. \ 1
: ,: as MooJiTtn M1:!(. But inasmuch :. de.S1Itf'E'Q. do ., 'i. < \o .do' I from' my. .said' Admtni. ,tratinn. $Th.tIrRkrnIs.Itltfpded i i :,nbeatePn'ceptorde4rvs l .

J 1Itt:E 4h,re is but oae regiment of cavalry out"of the tf'n'' Tblt! 1.five do Eighteen do .> ; ';\ : clo.,, .. '.' 'do' '. I \VILLIA'MVEEKS. Adm'r.' to cultivate, wiftU '

additional regiments' to be received into, the service Twenty-seven do Sixteen do 't' ,do '. do ',, r I T mr-, p e.125, 1846.. 6m/ pil b.b.or kind ami familiar.fe ;"

; it is not eXpt"ctPclhat the Government will Fourteen clo"- Sixteen" di' ':!4Lb F.bniiry. '18.a. I'' -V toItfluienetbem rather by an .. .".

: ," receive: such troops from here, if ihey cnn be had Fifteen' do .Sixteen. dodo ',; do' i "dti' I.: i ,Anfthtizo'i NetJce.crMitor. ,- principles .f .the heart, ,;than* by ._.
; i .
:( ., 'dimibutee and. others inter grarefulpnnuhment. -
Uewhere I with iraincd l ntl. Therefore it will Sixteen do Sixteen I ,dol' do' THE ,I
iI :i be understood.that tho company.will ba organized Eighteen ..do V Seventeen :d,. : do .dol.. in the, Ettate of Willium McCalley, An accurate account of the dI'nqfMlf(.
1ti : late,of ;;Naiiaa county, Florida deceased, ,are ry scholar, and alub of the degree of i ._ _
t and mustered as Infantry, in ,caso they are not .-The particulars I as to the settlement, should be.the \time when.cultiyation was comrne.c.d--.
f cited and admnnUbetl bo and in of
I hereby kept which ,
received cavalry, and I take occasion here, and the kind of crop cultivated-number of acres in .uhivailon-the kind of tenement'.erected-number appear ; aropy account, i ia'
1 I at ami before the Honorable the Judge of Pr with the regular bill. i .
s term < tn n n j ,
t lo hesitate to decided preference composing family-discriminating between adults and'cliild..n. .
: < not express my "persons .male* and femafes '
% V
bate nf Nassau a't. Court of Probate ennrdian
.I1 who
county to parent or desire
may .
in 5k
(,)the Infantry service over that of the Cavalry white and colored. SAMUEL RUSSELL 'Jit'gllt ; .
lc p I'' beVld Vh. Court House, irisald county,'UB the Tf RMS FOR A IXSSION Of TW1LTK Willi
this instance for many very important reasonswhich JOHN PARSONS, Receiver. ... :

i r will not fail).0 preucnt themselves to' thoe :LandNcscnansvilie, Florida, 12/4 March, 1847. 3t .first.Monday. l: April. <1847 a *, and- ,.shew* .'cause. if. Higher Branches -_ ._ ".'or'C _
e mny.be engaged in the approaching campaign any tney naTewfly. i .snouia not oe' aiscuargea -mmnn___n'__. _R..n..h._..... .,' ,_' .'1'
who from all further administration of the Estate oflaid .Latin,and Greek Cla-sics, .
extra.Lessons ,
of Alachtia.'ConntY.Sberf
and hate yielded 1 to solicitations 's Sale Collector's .
II '? in Mexico, Tax Sale. William
of in French
others to offer the company in the tirst instance as BV virtue i orthe' Q" r vested in me bylaw, ]I BY:virtue'of authority.:vested in me by I law, I -tben'and MrCulley there to in''punu.rice b* made by'me to an said application rents.. given, at the "l""t -r-.

.t:: 4 Cavalry. shallexpose (or sale in front of the CourtHouse have, levied upon the following I lands, viz ::
Court. I
E. E AL6ERTI, Adm'or.Woodstock Any, pupil withdrawn from the School
I: ferbear here to mention the Government bounty daor.in.the Town of Newnansvip|| on' the 48000; (forty eight thousand) acres, returned MWik
.
tome Mills 184H. end of the session
18 for
6mAdministrator's .
Sept. ,
k which has been secured by net of Congress toell second Monday of July next, between the hours by the Alienor..1 that part of'the Arredondo except reason .tei.

who participate ire this war, 1\1 lain unwilling of ten and twoo'clock. so much of the undivided .Grant lying in the county Marion. : Principal 1 approves, will.be reqaiml torj&r&unexpired

.4i ; to believe that the young men of this section of tbepuntry interest of the following named persons in and to. AI.o;331 (three hundred and thirty V Notice. ,part oCihnt session.,
one)acres, MONTHS after date, I :ball No deduction will be made th
present
my m *
charge
"
.c will 00 actuated by any other than the a certain tract or. parcel of land known as the returned ,to nie by tbe.Assessor in the name of A. SIX unr. and vouchers administrator of tpa*
occasional
as
n pupilfov absence. In
iiigheit and motives of patriotism in such a4ause Alachua Arredondo Grant as will satisfy' and H. Cole 1 n.-.c.
purest pay locaiily.unknown. 0'0 numbers returned the 'Estate of John Robertson, late of Columbia tracted sickness,
tbe
_-.., 15It nor am I willing to concede that there are the State and County tax, due on said interest for by Tax 'Assessor. requiring pnpil >"lf.j.
deceased the Hon. of
i county, to Judge Probate drawn from the School
than sufficient number such young the 1816 and all legal and V proper deduaioa v$a
a com
t'o" oi Also.
- ri year charges 320.(three hUDeJrPd'and '
twenty) acres, for said county, for a final settlement of said E*-. raide.Patronage. .
and to join.and to hasten in and 'about 'the advertisement and sale '
ready willing
returned
men
Ac : therein by the Assessor in" the nameof Patrick
la..nd shall
at the same time for letter of solicited from
apply none,; who
support of their fellow countrrmen and friend, fart to wit: R., Hacket. V anvu,
; dismission n, such administrator; which all an unqualified'rftnfideore in the aui
persons ability {
a4vanct'i. nnd although triurr.phantly. nearly surrounded The interest Jeromey Johnson N. Wells. .
or Also,3000 three
: 1 ( thousand) acres_ returned. ill interested. in said Estate, are desired in take nay of Principal., '
To such then
ail
in the enemies The interest William Thorn.
country. the
: of Thomas Ledwith .
name in
1845 and
Fernandez notice. JAS. R. ROBERTSON
,
I The dUllt' is
in 0ouml
1 ould ,-It is our country's cause: The interest of'the heirs of Wm.; now a :ron-firi-L-
-t as can. say Taylor.V and L dwith in A. D. 1846 said be
locatd
_' to Oct. 16.1846. Administrator. The is Iar commmlioun
building t"- and
: L T OS ACT. There will be enough left behind The i ihteiest of John R.-T own end.. Wetumkie Hammock. V .' a i,t-r

k to talk and they will do enough of it for themselves .. The interest of John M.Seaman.. .' V '%fin, 790 (seven hundred and ninety) acres, Administrator's Notice, structure, r..ntl.c rd l.yForWa: bdgi,

. and us too. Let it not be said that Florida The interest of John N..Sayer. ', [tax for 1845 :paid by Col. Rawls,] fax due for SIX- MONTHS.after'date, f shall make'nppli-, I.nff.aO Ttiebst.uinn: F. ,
is nf well
.
I---ir
I4 &M.been tried and found wanting. The interest of Rogers and Price. A. D. 184b returned. in I be name.pi.Kingsley! B. to the Honorable Judge of Probate. for I one wn ,,
t R.: G. LIVINGSTON. The interest of Cyru* Prrkin V the of Nassau ,4 ett!'y >f aoDunnl may besbIan.tt.u'',
Giblw; Iticality unknown, flOflUrnbfr. returned Couaty for a final seiijemrni.nnd, ,
4 t Newnansville, February 20th, 1841.NOra.'ICE. :The interest of Ichalmd Prall. : ; Tnx by allowance and Adminmraioron onnll. rate in rP1rJf".at.lt' fnmilie fn'ttw ,
Asftesnor.I my accounts voucher a* '
--- .' .. ..... -... ,. JacltsoilliE.'F.Ma.rch,2lth, 1846. rf.
.; The interest of Aaron IVck.' shall offer for sale, within legal hours, before tile estate <>i uniinm u. Ul'wiU.IAt. -

i 'The interem AIord.eai M,.Noah the Court Hou'* door; in Ocala on.th*first Monday of said county deceased and for a fiuafdi'hargpfrom United ,States ?InilT .
WILL meet at the following times nnd places The internal of Israel Frost. Florida ansi. Savauovh
I tltn 6th| day.' September.neit., all of the a. my Admini,traimn on unit estate pnekfl.'vin l'ice-tttl.
for the purpose of a<*e* Jn. the State and The interest of Noah Jarvig. hove described jand, 'or as mitrh t/iereof as will WILLIAM WI GTE.. Adm'r. C'rrek M
;; ;'t County Taxes for the jear 1847, viz, : The i inlprestof Mordecai. Myers hr sufficient .a.i..rV'h. arnmlnt of taxdue; the. Nov. 13. 134bV mIn Mai. },. ,B run*w irk ami, D., .. C's>ta.(

r1.r At Carey's Ferry Si turd ny the 13th February The interest of the heirs of Alexander Muir. State of Fl'irMa'for 1845. together with the amount lli* 11. S.Mail.In il. .!>o..r plnri.

.Tuesday theflth March 1847. The interest' of Frederick M rquand. due the State and county ..r )! ;').- fur Ihp Circuit Court. I Tli regular pHrkei .,...S2LMATTHEWS

tw) At Jacksonville. Saturday the 20th and 27tli' The interest of Gilbert Lewi.i A., D.'I84C, and. all le nl ,co"t- af.Rt may accrue sear I EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.COUNTT I'_, PMeN.:11w

::4 ; February* and 1 lh, Will and 17th March, 1847. The interetof Bloodgr I i and 1 Thomas Tillisloa, thereon. f:. D. HOWSE Sh'ffand I ur DUVAL: uVIflBVfl. 1 ED. l 4G.TuitsnAT. .- I .\"re' ha; b."e/i .h.rnlltJa'y' .

At Mandarin, Tuesday 23d February and 2nd The interest of Thomas Napier. Ex nf&Vio Tax C.ll.'tnrfur' Marion Co. Dee mli.-r I, J2Utt ...aI.... fa. ,-.!-k- nd c.l.ih* rel'.ash. i' L.i
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.' March, 1847. ,And al.o saint' ch of the, undivided I interest of March 5th 1847. '6rn', V PRCSIKT, The Hun: THOMAS DOUGLAS. *"""*'> f. ""*l" d And p;inie<.l. and lir mael JaMrmu.J

4. At Col. Browanl's.Thursday ili.2oth of Febru the .am"tai Grant! of the following ,nam.d per ; Judge, &C. I fm...I".d. A. f'r IIrro"' nifJDI ion...r"

:1j. aryarcl4thnfMarch. ions all will pay the State tax for the year 1845. TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. D"icI. .Tanner. ) I.i. I f'rl, :she. raiint .jlhrr..i. IIY any fin.u Hr..utt. sL.

;rit: AH persons residing o'itofthe county, will please anti the State,and County lAX for the year 1846. I'B 1' virtue "f ihe.'pow.r vpsted in me by IHW, I Vjl. f) ,Bill for CHASCRBT DMrr I .. Thl4 '..n"till mrivtat', ;W1n..l.T'lu.I"y .

I forward their returns to me nt this place sworn to and! all legal 'cots and chxrges in and about the shall expose fur sale, before the Court house Elizabeth T IInnflf, ): m .rl.iu:. I.J.,. sb.kii .. .....u ;;'f

before some officer authorized to administer oaths advertisement sale thereof to wit: door, in i In*city: 'nf Jacksonville,* countyof' Duval appearing c .|n' ihe ati f".rtii nHf the Curt,. ,\ linn i if .risner. for Clitirioiiiti. fckirb V*

; Wore. the 25th of March. 1847. The interest of A.D.' Forest.' on 'the 2nd ,Monday in April next Th,.following V that the Defendant.EliZAbeihTsinnvr;n.... 4 every e.ish| ,=; '

A. W. CRICHTON. The interest of J. Delnno.Tlio rojMTiy, or 8. much tliereof.. .o. will I pay',lb'*State out of the Stare of Florida an,
i-t Tax Assessor for Duval County. interest of John Rodman. Tax for 1845..and State and County Tax for the dictiun, of this Couit ; O.t.MOTION of II. D >nnanr 1 hi?% wr,, narquo line .,.hi..h l..n\OP. ..Stl'IU..ai,,'

; Zi4: Jacksonville. ,. February 1847. Tim interest R. Davenport.The Venr 1846 10.000 acres of ,land' oo 'and about E qnir Solicitor for the Curnplalrtani.iiithi* alxivrentitled 'fl1ui'4.y nml Saimib. fur f'"w'f.rk.t..rfr

interest of T.Doremun. Trout Creek; known ns the'Sil'linlil Iran; l.flOO; ran"e, IT II'I I."i-.r h. 5. 'iL.t. ib.wrn(rl'll1 YSm, .i.f,.. _

rt' NOTICE.SIX The interest .f i h. heir of Thomas. V Dexter., acres IIn Dunnf CreeI.beongin; | ( Iii the heir,"of Domingo ORDERED, Thar, a hearing had on tb. farts Pn44pnPrswiuhI Il..i. r-n: ; "in hri..

':i MONTHS alter dte, I,shall present my The interest nr J. Suydam. V Fernani1ez23'aere.' r n the Sr. Julm .rharped in the said Bill, nf Compliiinl, ;of, anl I I 1..1 .r Pi.J,,r .lm r if relMMH 'I.'ir.f.. .

tit and vouchers an Executor of John The interest of Benjamin L.,'V it.-. River, nt 'a place called St. Joseph' nnd..ownedV ,Complainant at liienext Tfrmuf|hi. rmiii: AIM!. 111 ctliO"p" will 'h..vra. (."....:
C. Brown, late of Nassau county, deceased, to the, The interest Bnrnaba O.burh., the if the lialil 'Defendant fails tu decree a\ ilutksj jitU
i Estate of Water* Smith 2a2! acres on the npf-ear., H V every ), ,\. M.,t '.i
? Honorable the Judge sf Probate of said county, The .interest of Shivttp'.P rkflr V. 5t. "Johns. River called'St. Joseph, and ownrd may'then rau inr.the same manner 0* though' *,'tdDefendant Piciiti.t. .. V..' II.

, r ; for,a final settlement of said t.tateAnd shall at AUo, a '.sufficient, portion ,far a 'cerjain tract errnrcelbf >y ,James Single I '; apd adjoining the last abovementioned should appear *nil he |irea*ni in Court.' V Black Cr..k. "J31.' '3 *

;.r, the same time apply for Le ten of Di..mitaliou asS )" land.known n. the Strong! Gram!, now Tract; 11.50 acres sitaated on Sample AND IT.13 FCRTHKR QflDKRCP, Tint w certified: Jark/wmvilfe "< ntshr. 12 *

such Executor, of.which all persons interested in owned or claimed! by William Marvin, as ,,ill ray 'Swamp, near Nassau River, owner not known._ :copy of this Order! .be pabli..h..| iirsumt* newspaper For freight passage' ,.* appK ,tu C pt..SleSriN,

i j aid estate, are de imd to take notice. I the State and County taxdue',htorf'lIrd'clr'.h. year THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff. D. C. printed, within she. Ealern C.rcuit'of llwr o nboarclurtn. .,

JOHN A. CAVE DO, Executor. 1846, ami nil legal co
Marchl2th, 1847. CmNOTICE. .I the I advertisement and sale..thercoe ( .l he first day of ib Term "''' :. A .. 9dkMAM .
-_ b"I ,' _' _V ._ _" _I _V_ : 'a' .. Jacksonville,Oct. 91846. -! .. -.! next- of ibis GMIM.J ..MMft.. ....-.k-HlFERNANDEZ
oim 'Tnni simaieii aooui eigm ,niu1*_ irom t USCAR HART,JLl/Tk ..f said Courr. .1!, 'hereby' "- ', : 'i'BfS r.!

; ;f the next term' (the Circuit Court, to be I Nt"\VnaM"iJlprathr.' NorthVamfihoiw |. Pablle'Sale of Town dots'ia Tampa certify theabov. m boa true. copy, of th..Order Aenj JafklOOt"-

'I AT" in Marion'eou'nty, Florida,on the fourth ed' on the.North by the River SantaF.j nnd'on the BY MO Order of the Board of County Cwmniis- entered of record in said entitled eausi at saH A; coiv, ,

rj' Monday in Aprilnext. I will: apply by petition to South by public lancUTTCwntaining five thou *ndncrcs shifterS of-U.U..ltftroltih County, n 'portion of Term, of aid Court. V .nt. Bfark Cftei

.I. p aid Court, for an allotment of dower in the real as ftpprar* from th. return aile to the tho'Loin in 'THmpavill| be' *g.re<|;at'.Pohli,SHl- IN WITNESS' WHEREOF. I hereunto rIT'n. Creamer SMITh SPA LDlKG,I*

1. : estate and for Ilnw..r'or'th* portion to which I Tax A# eMir.. Said intere onVillinm. Miirven on ibs,firllt,day vfihe4Srri! i,!e,Teim. ..(Circuit 'see my Imnil I. an| ffix, the ru-nl,.f .SNid iir n'nnrrti.n; 'will; .Li. l....,..* KHieiHrLnke | 'III'

:'W .4 am nlhl..J, n* widow in the pernonal . in 'h.'-Cil) of Mo'irr# ,.on b n ir -fl.:.',.| | ir", -a4db

:' t i 1. Matthew Himlley It'"Ce"fI l, late of naM county.FRANCES front .f tli.; Court Houje dixir in ilit5 Town ofN""ftny'iU. April.iM.t. V ,J'k..yW. .|hi* twenty ninth. day of >v t"PnlalLa, iij ih! Sr .Jolin4 fi i>"r. .'
V
':. H1NDLEY.2th. .. between th,.. IIOMT* of ton and rtwo AtieVn,. SIMON FURMAN. V .DrcemW,. A' I U.. 1(146. V'V Sept. *. 184(7.( "

p Marchl 1847.. 4t ('clOC"k. V THOMAS C. ELLIS Prn'ideit of th<*;Ronrd .>f County CortiriM.ii'ner*. : OSCAR 'HART. Cferk V -

. '- Jan 8. 1847., .Sheriff and.TX: 'oHff tor. T"mpH, Jan." .29'. '1847.- < 8t .'.. '. Janunry'15tb, ,1847.; :3m V Florida. ,and SavatiBuk Se
NOTICE. \ ti: Sntlu.'riJ..turnI V V V Packet. ,
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IuIflbiiLSli iifl'g ;.
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0 Weeks arprda" r Khali apply to the Hon, Saie*- : I11bthiItOt :- TJIK te.ofarXittim 1'.1.U
SIX .irtwe, of the pow.r "Jltflain'm" by 1.1 1."', J _. *
*
:* .Judge of Probate.* of the .County! of Columbta -' BY REWARD ,< ASTON, Cat*. F. P'Iff :' *
'hnv> l.vii>il UMin. ,..tu\.will\ oC..r for sale, Wntchrnaker'nnd iesv ller.
'4 ;fJ'f Letters Ailininwtration on ,h. estate, v!i'1iUtfle1'y! ,U) fl.pwD. Conn. ; V V Va -___ irL'wnsisi.aeveri' Fi.***

_I of Samuel Henson,late of _ai..county, deceased.i befyre. the.,Court,.HOUI! H'in ib". to".n.,ol r AII'Jtor *- BY.al..hfJrHt, 'lJh.lIp, i'uitl fiv a !ewaI'I|.<>.rSlOO No.:'5, MAIHSTRICJCT.R .: a..6 ,'tL' ,, 1.'PD .,*tbwek, isod !ill f -

I : WAI. H.. ROUSSEAU., on, tlM''first. ,MHnl.y l- ..f May, next, l>rt"efiithe'usual for io u|.i>rli*n-ii'>fi .md'iK'lfvery of.JOHN ..-.'rtfiilly 1If.rm.hp citizrn*' I a. M.. fr Sitnnntil via Mai.d rin. J.rk-\ .

j January 291847. hour 'of sale on that day, the following RICHARD, a free man uf color, 'wlm brokefriitnthe5'iil oljHfkoiivil!,*Mhel|it* ciriititV.ihi; ..s.I"f' *...; all'oilirrimmediateiiie' laM uI

it described property. viz: 'it' -, V' lit Jacksonville_ ,on abs nthi ..r&hfi..Chlt.J .he hi*. rvrnuvi, >").* itiehmsp| ; iiji :\n J "tnf,."*'li early "n- S tida3/ .

NOTICE Section 35TownshipI, ,.RAngo 11, cnntaini g i"ant, 1IMI.h| !.furth!:surnof $150.>ill. be paid. I' 'V mediately adjoining! .'th* OJ.P, rrently .I." .n"pr' (t.. 'Cru rl''stnn, can leavealn .flIiA11t.

---! A_ k SIX:WEEKS' after, ,date: application will be 80 acres:Levied upon as .ih. properly !Demrny for the'detect ion:and rrj.r f'lf con vie:inn of any, :. i T ncnipied', as t'lie,'pritttincffic.'or.h : .1. !" :' ,ll I .!ily! line .f StfamefS.iimn ,
: : : by the Undersigned to the Hon. the \Wood,.to satisfy the taxes due ,thereon for theyear1846. who' ;"'Florida t '. Tr. ; .. Ms1'
peruQ-or ,persons ma) have.aided In his escape. 'StatPsmsn.darI! (..n;. : :" ,! in r'.nn..liutl vih
Judge of Probate for Morion'county, for' Letters of : ;'. :.r Pd' eICio.cuifl. wit h r.mpi. ti.t.'.'.u orders'con-Preto .\Vn.iil.h'rN, i/Wilder'' Brijt' Lae0f PacIri! .

Administration the eitt te Samuel' E. Swilley,, V ALSO, John Richard is a bright'mulatto' ;of from"24 i H. 'n..ettiil. wish .Li .bit." "hiF&! ,New York, of; which ti. .. leavei 1"* 1

---- late Ja.n.2 of Lowndes county Georgia! cea..d.' ;Sec 1847. James
WAI: BRANCH. ..Livington, supposed to be DampsyWoods, is a bla k.mithby trade and has mined ,.ciin&V. hi j Gnsinn d Bb "
: I upleastaUtcoun- aitetitipn, io fiiture! .exclnsiveIy not relura. ,ta !!
I to satisfy, the taxes- due tbereoq for, the year' 1840. ..tenancr-, bQ.t a grave look. V .I to 'work' fn these hmnrhe>. HP ,.nd.i.,:hi.' hieri.ytoSavannah.. : "'. .'
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NOTICED ALSO i. All executive'officer* of Duval county are' required 'd .n\; 'to the many 'frUn.J,.' WMI| fJa"'CiYM him NAMES OP PACKErs;" _
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I ALL persons deraahcl.against.the ,Est M S"CtiOD.3Towa.h p 2, Hange j 'about''4(( to apprehend.th.. idJ"hll Richard ." th..lp..I'Oft) ahel mut.' Th ve.M-1 'this. Lfte. 5tia
Mt bis rompbvg
exertions
of Peter hereafter I
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:. litel -
late,
of. .CoJumbia acres-Levied as the of I. D
.1 County;deceasea. will 'present' the'aa.ne .within.. ,orI.D., Nort, to,opon satisfy the.property taxes due tbflreop.for.Hait ,JOS.B.LANCASTER.; wHI be,such a io, nif'u.it.. i be despatched 'i'JI.rly.>,1.M..r..1I WlA..a, .

.i htmonlhVto thesubtcribcr Intenda.nt.Town Jacksonville. V Frqm long pTacri*? in "'bw .husinejis, he feb I Btjg LI NTON,1'.,L3on, mane*.J '!* U.
or; they"wilt .be bard thoyear1846.V. \ ,: '. V '
'JackI I
r <* forever: J. FITZPATRICK. G,U Lrc Stir, 1847. _UtHOLMES hmar'lreothp.teiii, to gi'' Mtlsfaciion.; ,: and his I Brig AUGUSTA Ie' M. Sbr!'...'.

'THOMAS FITZPATRICK ,t .Sbritr8nd f V rharger 0 .' will_ be c moderate. and aa''..UI. M.. .... Junfr'23 _
- ; collector exoffcio. --- -- -
v tax. '
i .those or the .
New
.North't. 1 bark VERNONW.. lfrlnutPrJawd!
- Adminutrator Ex. officio Alligator, Oct.23,1846. ] ; & CO I f.
NvB |locandWatches Brit SA VANNAH H.wr.lna.ttr.J
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- Alligator,.Fab.19th, 1847. Cm V I ,paired in the bet A. -
'- 'Colarabia CoHHty ::SberUTs' SaIeBVirvieofawrit.of .j' "'It1-EStts. HOLMES* ? &cQ.ia,1rerno4 tminner, ,.and ,t ihe sBnrleM,nnti<*. BrirEX ACT,J. Johnson, master.?Jufr H.

. .. .. ., .' ..4NOTICE.- .. : fiflHYIciasIssued frbm' .LYJtheir': stock; of ::Mertthandhe'tothe' laike ". '.JackionvlUe. .De. ..26'> ,S4S. V Brig/EXCEC,'C. B. Sroitb. mptevJ1J 5?' ",.
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: 4La; persons fearing, demands the V Circuit Court for the' ,building formerly occupied by ihe Unife,, States, -' V These vessels.are commanded by men.of.*, -J 1
against the .
: .tL. late of John! Ci Clyde* late-"of Columbia es- County of Columbia. Eastern Circuit.of:Florida, known as'the Government Building They have .AsrJe.lta al iiipIeaieatj experience, who will ese every-"(fieri fas* t'r. ,

County, deceased, will whereia Alexander Martin U Plain tiff Darnel l:1 *added. to ,their! ,stock, by the; lata. _arrivals from 'ENSLOW. & WEBSTER Passengers,aser.mfortsH,Jis possiWe* ,I
present tin within '
.ix months to the subscriber, same will b M.Stewart'Defendant IiI Yt"Ie.if'duroli and I New'York, a full .e.uortment'of Dry Goods;;Grpcerie -' 944 r 4NN'4f 'Ttej: 1 will sail'. punctually .-b'e' se&.. .
ottuay V
bar .
red forever., will expose'toi"; al. before the Court H uUle'dOor' *; Hardware, Provliionj, .&t N&c., which D5ALEasjnths ,foI1owjtrticbs.t., > V eases** "be' towed: to sea by a Stetmpoat. t

1 "THOMAS 6. OTZPATRICK in'the,:Town *f,Allifftttor' r. on.,the'first ,Monday in they are prepiared, to sell,at.reduced' prices.<.rTbteflo .old! resIonabIoterms: a. .other'b2chjflbe estaT'1i3hruieiiIn1be j 'OEORGk13OL' '''
? ,V describe ";ptepa A/teal
'within f '
Administrator Eioft April next, !legalJhouri.following! South ro"'count OJ V .
i ib. I rr,
Alligator F 1)191h9.1S; 7., -,6m- <1 property, '0 wit? E>2 \of the S W 14.Sec.75.Al5o HUev,and. )h,r produce pfthj:, -,counyiith: I, 'COMPLETE; assortment' of.Agrlcoli rH T ..' ; eotfd .tSt A.- \ 1
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I Also highest Market raws, and make cash advances on. IiCn. .tCARRI5 & g., l
"' < ,. ti J.rsE 145fc.7f. 'E.j! rrXlewnteiwn O(2 di6tnri ) I
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'. : ivOT* E. of Slf 14 See 'AW 1 W ,i.4ec consignment! 10:ih.rtJrt: DdIo:fa' Savanntt'and $ VsncI'jiaterns .',1845., .
: : a; E, : :ofN : .-. .' ,. ctP'oul' .'If oet; (varl o,* .kiac) 4Julj d. :_ V .I'
data -qharJ.tolit.oNe. iYOrJc1 ; .AJt"t
I .hall _:H '
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Spc.\V&EKS. apply .to, the 17I1 A1io'SWl4ofSmci7; AHh .Tbwnsblp',2.SouthVqf ,r"'cbl d' OxaCbaThi4 8iihI l .nd Sp .,; *
HilUborougb'Jor Letters'.of Ptobates of of the county" of Eacge*lS East, in,.oil four hundred acres.' PJ Tbf ooghs.haf. ft' V a" DI w. article eel \WrmJf ;Iron .I 4MnuForki-Pau.ltt jid A Hcait .Hay,' TREABUI-i Q I V t '

Admiolstraiien OD tb.' Levied! ,upon!'.the property'of/s"aid> Defendant, |o ip!vteb&y..woQldTrespicVally. ?; tc.il V )Reajiooki) ,'Grain Cradles.;CoraSheWrl/COfn l
th
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Eltate of atwntion of Comprising' "Intrx "
Manuel Olivilla. deceased, late Jof itid bi'solkfu iatfsfjsaId wrjt.of. fieri facias. _. ,Planters" ( .r&:;, :i,1odCobMUf ''M general "
< ; f ,t- .J, k.o pniio. 6 crt I" PCflAJtl .tYnch'B: : Gftt ;Unver>al.HJst t'aadenl '_ 1
nty. ? WILt.tA.\IASHtEY' < : .fn.zJ'Ar I l ,- ;. ;. .. ; ,,;Jhn4 Corn. i1l itraw, ,tt. .Ox\X Ak \ J! i AV VVli;
Febi26tbJ81T.! s
J Tamp.j- _< _. V-.Sbe tf,9( } P 9pty!. V r thiChuffh.i.Fooi; c'Cotton Gin Sswn'j.f I 'a :' ftl IJstc : V "I
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Vr [ Jwl that
4..6 'hIPR tiB Sfil'p J principal n .n ri p .
V 'Iruary5,1U7. tV v
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...ALLisou.'bev4mnhtii. $i 'EX c.t.r'*.N.dCe. # V : : V .' ",:'r.tt'a t.nun." .10'" ": wprViiJce : .ana': $.tlt C'Wltic.-Le* ;oIon.(1PltAtii: !l ..SAMLTZIpMAUlpEE-VV ,J",.
st.d.Eat P.tDift'
>.tL-ofr.\Vj.IIi.. BOI tew.J r.Be toa:cu te' .SIX.MONTHS' afu-VdstV:::1.&al!.pment my sonvUile n' :' \of' DeriiUtryV a.tJ'having 'C f .1ia1it.S.1'Qf r.'J i)V ''I', t'tod. I.' 1fij..g., t ., : i

d : *present jth em ,16 Ieub ; ; '. a ...wlir.,*atlExect'tor'oT ibe es- lb"r bs1new rlt erets1nUij4'Uc I it.nlS'U_ !FQI lWI.a\S t V.' "; -Wiad q :., .\ ,: '1j 4
WUbiq .1he'daie prescribedbyIqgutte ; !' lawn'J .tate *'Ma.rt .rn ra eJIfe'okti'; ue qtyf' mkj If)iikPervn! 't'W'.I.f..oI.t'' :oqwi : : r:18Wt5r ih4; .: ; .:; c- 7sn1i,4bW4J4tfTKR : -
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be d'bd M 1na4Tt1ie uTis'wiU :.ifI' deceased/ the.Hurt,.Judgik of>Prtibat a f for.said V 'all. .i.ldn s t'-, &';f 'pllce. in.11M.. .1ti.IJ ,' : t ,Pe ..fOl CI".. 1 I..r..Y ort I
o9Dt.r sSdfratnetin this..4'l.'Lr' <> 1o1.MppLeis Wtand, PIU rJHq I,' I y : ... j'S
k.'r.a1. tO.1".J' 4' "" !! .J fil1l settlemeftt.of-) ldtF' eats 1 wayseeunng to *h.-cunimuiutfh generas. tr
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D V # LBERTCZMUC; W ,tli'u,: pl..ml f ,,m eIIee.H-e :. t"'IlN: !
'. ._tft -1' ,} OA'tfNtiCIiRK,4.114, !l a.! ih ( "b1e $\ .,!iati4' e, 'AIt"'oniiraa.le, .- 'Dtb&I"t. .t'WrutiMdJ: l .f3 \ 1'.,... p ._ q. 1.. .t.L.fiiiW J** #" ')1
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