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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: May 3, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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parity. 'in the number of prD ,i";acres which : ,..: of."t, : cSN4PRD&TMtY 4 . 3, 1831 ; _' '!!."_ "corpses" suapendedri i t ese''.
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, each country presents. ,Admitting the everglades .. -- "- ,- .- '., great
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: : gbattly show 'and.Indeeti7i ,
, and.all the.cypress swimps'.of East' _Florida the nlost :recently 'formolpands, :and..are' extensive tracts'of,savannah,Itnda," which approximate rately measured,the last not .so 'p d narrow tsecapeifiom; the dog-hangmen.>A mcd' '

to be 'irreclaimable. ... ., their. ,.extent. is'by.no, still a nual1y.ri efiDgdi ns to their' sur : in character,' texture of :soil'and, The-juext yrar I'planted the,wholeof regimental collar,however,was put on bin

means so great. -AS ,the snountavi* .pastes' ,-and j (ace., They. are intrinsically. fhe'mo.' valuable. period,and moda-rof-formation,, to.the.'swamp inborn;distance four-by,three-feet a : 11; precaution used)by']tbamen',to prt*

I. worthless pIus barrens of oouth Carolina., Although lanctain.Florida, belDgl' it\l\ 'in the beginning lands dlfferiog.onl1n being destitute'of,tim* stalk The In a'hill'without! ; any additional! 'JargeTbut eint'Oeit:was reject He was observed atilIslJa,4
part manured always to
look
"1 besides.the .i .as ,the hammocks, and: :more_durable.Theyare ber. '8 me'; tb 'rl&1'' the"year'before: '
there is in :EastFlorida, = \are, however, ex regularly A larp* stalk,1 a' good ear auSpmcJuu.'snduneuy. eye at the death
evidently.alluvial, and of recent for.motion tre'mely.bkrum. ,. '* a.ear and .. .
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everglades and irreclaimable swamps, a large 4 nubbin ; ,04, the unmanu ; *> -t
1 extent of the poorest species of pine land, yet They
: the proportion unproductive' land of betweeu
dcscription is'by ,J means so great as it u in of vegetable. debris. &c washed.in rthe Alachua country.'' The eis 'a"tract-extending and stablemanured J y part 'I believe the menk'composing the band,,have generally _

\ South Carolina or In any of the other Souih- (from the adjacent and higher,lands& Ditching fronmbove'Newnansville to the,Warm have produced a' good crop of grass fa:apart from the.other soldiers this be-*

: ern States. This is in part owing to tho tropical I is indispensable.to all of.them in the Wpreitra. Springs'more'than sixty miles.long"andiIouttwenty'iil ] year without further:manuring' *. } morp'convenient for .theirmnusicafstudjq
,
Peter.
ct altliougb
year (ISZO) lprCtdueedon'one !: he.would follow
4It character of the climate of East Florida tion. successful .cultivation.. ::1'iap1nire.pared widfgreat acre, of fhe soldiers U
4 part of.which is first pounds, guano,, sufficient 6atsto'rf in_their Highland dress out
) which causes lauds, of an inferior quality to howeTeriheir. .inexhaustible'fertilitysustains rate land ''of the' 'different denominations of horses three month.jJ sowed four ,b o generally preferred the quarters-of

r" yield valuable productions. a succession of. the most. exhausting high hammock**:bak and" rich'pr seed ; the oats averaged "siife high,. band ; and should,one-half or ft part]of the '
hickory ir&e t ie 1 .
'b
" The therthird stationed ajt one place and the oth.
with astonishing vigor.. ,greatest crop on the same ground with .
Pine lands form tho basis of East Plorida.- crops and pine. SuWannee .
Onhe'uPP'er- theriis'nlarge another whenever -
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have' they the
triad 011' seperated.on )
'ttJ ,These,.lands are usually divided, into ,three yield of sugar.ever.realized i in FlorcIawaipro.. : tract'of first rate oak] ; hickory) and pine ; (both? Irish and guano sweet) water corn:melons, peaS oat P9 to their respective quarters, Peter would

Jof classes, denoting first,'secorfJ, and third! :rate duced,tntbis, description of laud' ,viz, four' and the lower Suwanaeetherenre large>bodies I bages"]turnips,tonjatoesaud other ; ft..wistful look'', from,one Jolh..e otherr but _
hogsheads per cere. ,That this quantity"was himmock fauit,treesand; bra bery. and can.asv 0f n theTpaftjr **hicA jrasac.'+ U- '
,. pine lands. of first rate high land..- OntO -
confidence'lt }is :ori e'orI& ; i by the band.. The same waathe: easej "
Mr. Dttmmiti's plantation most "
near ,
The proportion of first rate pine lands maybe produced on Wacassassa are, several !xienaive'trac'ts of high well as tho] 'cheapest f fertilizer i 1 the the jtag. He likewise took up his quar'O' "

t. set.down as one to twenty compared with New Smyrna, is a fact well known..to those and low hammock,;and'first rate swamp, skirted : I believe(he best:method of using] with, the; band, ,and .followed closely, be* /

:i that at the second rate ; and the proportion of conversant with sugar growing in East Florida by the .best description of pine land. sow about four hundred pounds them on the march This individual was .

1."( second rate. as fire to one compared with that Sugarcane is hero instanced as a measure of nut, besides the rich'tracts in Alachua,there tivate ncreoQ, :the'if the,land land,'and' then. .break up'.a ,habit for'ablscuit,]of going, ,of into whichrbe"was* the rooms ,otb,1g.very

'. of the third rate. the fertility of; soil, because it is one of the are on'the,upper;St.'Johnson; the Ocklawaha, amount jas will'produce was forty,naturallyrich.bushels of ;,but if the articlehadreeeiedthe. con

.' That which is denominated first rate 'pine most exhausting crops known, and is generally I on the 'Withlacooche,'on' the 'Kissime; and, in acre;or.its equivalent in other crops '.I ahon. ,of the men's breath,-he. would at'rejectft.

land in East'Florida, has nothing analogous toit I grown without rest or rotation It is. not, 1' short, on nearly all the numerous' river of the recommend 600,pounds per.acre wl,ere i ..biscuit Experiments had were tried by
of the other States. Its, surface is however,a fair criterion by which to judge of vegetables are to be, .pr:duceJ. :I .have -1 g the that been breathed .
" in any Couutrjextenive bodies of. first rate :hammock pood corn and ;then presenting ,it as a fresh oDe;
several inches with a dark the relative fertility of lands situated in different produced by puttingonetable the instinct of the deer ,
Iii covered, for deep prairie; and swamp land. full ofguano in the hill for each stalk pl was not to'bade*
J. Tfgetable mould, beneath which, to the depth climates; for we find that on ,the' richest ;The facilities of obtaining the thaterlal8 for .Manuring in.ihe hill,in my estimation, Latterly, this "animal became extreme

, several feet is chocolate colored sandy lands in ,Louisiana the averaged product t'of objectionable:, ;,,and it'a stranger'attempted'to .
of a '
manure are,in every part of the peninsula.ex.ceednglygi4it. # betwe'the band, and the main' body of
Itif loam, mixed for the most part with limestone sugar per acre is not more than one hogshead, f.The'mnnhts': along'the seacoast : ,--eb3lSl1.-- ,, ,-J..->O! hft attacked theo1render with hi* .

f, pebbles, and resting on a substratum of clay or half that of East Florida. This! great disparity and the'extensive, savannahs in the inte. .' The' combativenessof Peter wat min

1 and limestone rock. The fertility and durability in the produ of the two countries is : t&rrItanoun.- in a remarkable manner_ with prudence.
of
riorj; present1 thousands of acres the. irio t
attacked mastiff
once by a of *
t greatly.su
of this! description of land may be estimated accounted for .not by any inferiority in. the luxuriant. which to be size and he fled
,
1 It grass, only requires THE DOG AND"DEor ; strength, .upwards
. from the well-known fact that it has, on lands of Louisiana, but by the fact that the : mile before bw till became to his
In "
mown and carted ,.either, to be used green ns THEMany FOt;: .'a Ni I enemy
f. the upper Suwannee, during fourteen years of early incursions of ,frost in that State rendersit manure 'to'be c nverted.Jnto a compost., ground 'at the ,entrance .of the fort; :he '
. to out the cane in October whichis of turned to bay and,JUG his. adversary .
cultivation without the necessary our.Ediobnrgcitiens'wlll I
successive yielded
, Marl, too, of the richest kind,'is to lie found in battle. ,
all of manure 400 Its. of sea island cotton to long before it has reached maturity; while ber a beautiful deer which, many in U
nearly every'part of the peninsula. the day tS3'fwb l Hie deer was grazing
accompanied
the acre. These lands are still as productive in East Florida it is permitted to stand, without The timber on the hammock lands is of a and how thousands Foiiy-Second in Princes, Street I' eating herbs on ths top of Fort euf, situ

[ as ever, so that the. limit of their durability is fear of frost,'till December, or till such time as valuable description, and generally'of an n.ol. wont to admire the stat'eJy'st p, the pJ'O i the north of Corfu,'a cat in the vicinity _

( unknown. it'is fully matured. In consequence of the haughty of the antlers, and the,mi! perhaps by tho appearance of the anti ,
as yet mousgrowth. Live oak of ,the largest size, bristled up as puss does ,to a dog. On "
The second rate pine lands, which form so heavy outlay of capital required in the preparation and in great t quantity to be found in nearly Iarly we may>placed almost animal.'say benignant, .Few ,prisons eye pf,this slight alarm the deer.'was seized ;with a .
tI of this description of.land ,for cultivation ; : panic and with one bon d over -
1arge a proportion of the peninsula of East all hammocks. ; and red cedar and cypras thought of inqu'ring into the history sprung '
" and from the facility of: obtaining, hammock Denizen of the hills precipice height of two hundred feet-
: or how'it .
to
nil and of immense growth abound inmost of the came .
-' Florida are productive, can by a proper : was killed on ,the spot. It was remarka-
,land which an animal naturally shy to. -edra :
! be rendered requires no ditching, swamp "swammocks." wild'. an its friend tie not imme
system cultivaton much more Hickory, ,magnolia, range degree should have been dog, although
tamed ,
so
, valuable than the best pine lands of South land has been but little sought.after by' per- sweet! gunvwild cherry,'mulberry, white evident,] delight; in military arnry, and as li on the spot rushed to the battlements,

Carolina or Gcorgii. These lands afford the sous engaged in planting' in Florida ; and there oak?: red oakancLwater oak,'are growing among tial music of.Highland regi le t. Still and barked and yelled most piteous*
half million of of the immersed in The death of ,Peter which occurred .
their
at least acres life ,
it are now city were
t finest pasturage; they are heavily .timbered the Other species of .timber' which' prevail in: ,.was also of a tr =l' kind. chanced:
with the
. best of, this latd vacant in, ,the ,:amazing Swiftness, the keen, "
description "
with the best species of yellow pine; they are, .the hammocks.1It and ,the daring bravery of.the.. 'at 40 officer nwho had lll-nied him
whicb'can.be stag
;
and secured at the:Government -
t for the most part, high healthy and, well watered country .J :.Will, be seen/: from :the very, imperfect qualities, indeed, might be taken as' a ) on his entranceinto'Ed1nburgh%
minimum Vast bodies otitU e *of which, thalwo-lfgged t ature.took
price. ;
those of the :
; they will 'generally produce for three sEelcn Aere.exaggerated; gl ten And..nle11.-tr .I'y.no( distinguished regiment 'to. and oHSrcdrbfaj to'be'ahot.
the rivers This..
convenient to navigation all along "became attached Tbe French. '
could
or four years "without the aid of'manure, and that .East ,Fto'ridai possesses atj; the charge of !acQ rdin done .8nds{poor Fetar'In
cavalry they bad
of the r' ;
when "cow-pttrned," they will .yield 1200 Ibs. country. s least due proportion of .the most fertile and of understanding of such a mode, of.* XDrabt course ol'uiUtary' law fell br, I' .

of the best quality of sugar to tie acre. They Low hammocks (which, from the fact ..of.1heir.lartici.paLinz.o durable. description 'of lands; ,and it will b.mad. indeed, 'to ttq thera' justice, they wer orthffmen,who had so lonf..4n-bLs "
_
t f &tolamsnthla
, thQ nature both x>fhara'laocksand -: akilful and braveln'the use an "i i iff QTpyff ga:ardjfli?
wiU4esides'wben) roper-r ,cu1thatcU,1jir.duce .- *_.pArent.ln'my" next communication' r.'ffijtienT 2 U. 4
r : arma.. .But the daadljpcLarge of.the fr ; -
the finest of Cuba tobaccaporanes -" 8\famps%& be very graphically! which'shall 'treat of the.. tluctiMW' of:the '
quality era: was "* puzalcrbth'.ttr tberr* .i _. _". -Y- t- .. .--. _
lemons limes,and various other tropical termed sreammocks})are not inferior to swamplands country, that the tropical, character of the'climate courage, and .they could by ,no- "effort ,( .t.'r ,' natural' 'to the sex,' and _

I productions, which must, in many Instances, in fertility, but perhaps are not so dura. gives to lands of East.Florida' a value beyond forests of Cold 'steel-the.bristling' he1m doesn't.yield to Mrs.Ann Royall ia
level and the kilted clans. Among these which: constitutes their principal
ble. They are always or nearly so,
( render them much more valuable than the that of the lauds ia any other portion of ( suffered : Mrs SwLsshelm edits
than of the mo, excepting,perhaps, the a newspaper at
best bottom lands in South Carolina Georgia. have ti soil of greater tenacity that the United Stairs/ pSecond-than the regiment which }in'Which, besides deciding all great g _

,- Even pine'lands of the third rate, or worst high hammock. Some ditching is necessary Yours very respectfully, adopted the deer as a living memorial of slavery, politics, morals and liters _

. class are by no means worthless under the climate in many of them. The soil on them is always A' PHY ICIAN.SgrftultUtaI. mountain fastnesses,,and A dog likewise,: instructs her sisters how to 'peel oniOns.
I II' These lmJs.nre also extremely well became attached to,and for years ( 'their' rights,denn case knives,'and, 0
' of East Florida These lands are of two deep. -- the, same regiment, may be supposed to "a nice h hJ' .Nor does our fair contenv '

orders: the one comprising high,roiling,sandy adapted to the growth of the ane, as ht' been .. bol the fidelity so- strikingly, :stop at that, but in a late number of the

districts, which are covered with a stunted well tested by tho many plantations which : the Highlanders. ", 'Visitor" accomplished lady ..
description Both the animald adopted the before ns the mysteries the toilet,and
in operation here ou this by ,
formerly
. growth of'black j"ick" and pine ; the other were FrDm'the Alabama Planter. made tHeir appearance in the'ranks own inimitable style, gives the follow

embracing low, flat,swampy regions,which are of land. There is by no meana so GU.NO.ITSVALUE TESTED, IN ALA year.1S32 at St. ,Emma, in Malta. .The cc', directions"howa lady should '

frequently inundated, but which are covered large a proptrtion of low hammock in East BAMA. was.presented by a friend of,one of the herself. .Ihe bathing scene in Thom

with luxuriant vegetation. The former ot I Florida as there is of swamp"lands. Although we,are.of opinion that the great and the dog belonged originally,to'an' Seasons isn't'a"touch to it; and Grace .
I majority plantations, possess within.tbem- the navy, who' happened to dine! at the swimming"song is tame ia com
these, it is now ascertained, are admirably High hammocks are the lands in greatest solves the menus of keeping up and even of imo; The latter animal, from that :very Says Mrs.i Swisahelm-" ;

adapted to the growth of the Sisal hemp, whichis repute in E ist Florida. These differ from low i provipg their productiveness yet there-are not formed a strong'attachment forthe., offie only want a basin of watery towel,a .

a valuable tropic production,* and the latter hammocks in occupying higher ground, and in I a few cases In which it it nece88Lrl.tO'leek'a men of the Forty, second' ; no' commands and Dye minutes' lime. When.you"getup '
sistance from without. Where this is needful, d"emeotfconld induce him to quit the loosely
undulating sartace.I .- i morning pin ft petticoat very at
cattleand the presenting
afford for generally
good pasturage .w, know of no better Cheaper manure than rate object of:,his affection, and his ,draw your arms out of.the sleeves of
finest range for hogs. I They are formed of a fine vegetable mould,:i genuine Peruvian Guano.; The hauling and length, yielding tea determination he chemise, and let it' drop: ;to'ycnr waist*

There is one general feature lathe topography mixed 'With a sandy loam, in'many places two,I distributing of manure are the heavy items ; presented the' animal, your rag well wetted and slap your back
feet deep, and resting in most cases on a substratum and there lathe great advantage derived from. nilquer New l1ndIiI breed, to the rub your'arms ,and chest, throw
Florida which other iu the '
no
country |: of and lime. Jt will be readily the use or gaanfJ. attachment'very soon : of water around your ears and back
United States possesses, and which will prove clay : Mr. D. has used it on his farm ten or tweliemiles I tual, and thereafter. dog would :' 'nf.. Then throw your 'towel across
of great advantage to tho health of its inhabitants I understood by any one at all acquainted with from the city for two"or'three years.: one who did ,not wear the"uniform'and back and 'saw' it dry'rub faSt until you .

: the pine lands which lonn the bads of agriculture,that iu.h._ soil in such a clinate He cultivates what is termed in this'region pine to tJie'corp They subscribed eacb ite. dry put on your:chemise sleeves, '
Florida must be extremely productive. 'This land-level-with, light sa&dy soil based on which a handsome collar was provided for on a night gown to keep from :chilling .
.
the country, and which are almost universally as from too much ;' clay. For corn,'after well breaking, he applied friend, inscribed 'Regiment* Dog, : you tuck your skirts under one arm, .
soU suffers wot.
healthy,are nearly every whero studded, at scarcely ever the guano broadcast at th! rate of 400 cond Royal Highlanders.7 They gave you dry one limb, drop that' side and'do .
intervals of a few miles with hammock and I nor does drought affec'it in the same degreeas pounds per acre;.t.ben ploughed',in and bar- name of"Peter7, and it was a strnDge- likewise, and be sure: that the small ,. _
,
other.lands. High hammock: lands produce rowed. The yield Was fully ,fifty ,bushels per. table day,in the.Cllender of the soldiers back and the sides, get their'full share -. .
swamp lands of the richest quality these with but little labor.of Cultivation,all the crojlS' acre, the ears Urge and,well filled. Peter and the deer,"who,.were strongly. }: this dope sit down,' dip one foot '
Lammocks and swamps vary in extent from Such In another.case last spring, Mr. O. broke up: to'each other did not appear on parade, basin,rub and dry it, put on your atock '
forty, to forty thousand acres,and will probo- of the country .in an, emlnentdegree. : his land thoroughly and checked it off for corn it may be supposed,"was ft great ,shoe, and then:wash the other." .

bIT 500 acres each Hence 'the inhabitants lands,have no tendency to break up in heavy '4 by 4 feet.:. .He then had a table spoonfullofguano the cooks-house, where a luxurious '
average masses;nor ate they infested with pernicious placed at each crossing., When he was' gether Kith a pat on the;.head, and a TatOTI 3L-A Yankee gentleman convey .
have it every where in their power Their extraordinary fertility certain that rain'was at hand,' the corn'was two of recognition, was his daily dole .British gentleman'.around to view, the ,
to select residences in the pine land, at such f weeds, or grasses. dropped 'and, lightly covered., The rain came cooks-with one exception. When.this # .objects _of attraction iajth* city, of

convenient distances from the hammecks and and productiveness may be estimated by as expected, and the corn grew off finely,showing lish person ,officiated, .Peter was (J't'qn : brought Aim to Bunker lulL They ,,
cultivate the the fact that, in several well-known instances, a size ,and vigor equal to the product obliged to.retire minus his rations, and : looking at the splendid! shaft"when the
swamps as will enable them to in Alachua, (C1inc '1 Mclntosh's,..&0,) three the"best river bottom land. The severe and .times even.with blows instad-a kind of t said., ,.'' h18.18'tht: place where War- ,
latter without endangering tbeir'hiatLh. 'Experience have been unprecedented, ,drought, ,bowevetwhich_ followed ment.which, he could.,by,no means r co L" "Ah 1"replied the EntUsfaman.evl- .
in Florida has satisfactorily 'shown hogshsads Of sugar made per acre in the] ,.summer. ,' greatly reduced the with the respect.due'.to him as the ;not posted'up in-local historical mat '

that residences only one mile distant from cultivated on this description of land, after it had been yield., hereni',of' so distinguished' corps.. At ; Did it hurt him much 1"-The native .
in cultivation' years, fa successive crops of The. third' satisfactory experiment coming time when' Peter happened, to meet the ,at him With the expression{ at fourteen '

hammocks are entirely exempt from wiiboutthe aid of manure. ,To sum up under our.knowledge'was by Mr. H.", Last tall quent, he was seen jusf to' give a look 0J011' in'his i countenance. "Hurt
miatmatio disease; and that the negroes who coru,. he sowed ,two pieces of hnJ,, which had been head and.a wag with his tail, and said ,he, "he 'was tilled,:sir."* "Ah! '
cultivate these hammocks and retire at night its advantages, it requires no' other preparation previously limed and.cultivated, with'oats and ; as much as to say "I have. crow to pluck ehH said the stranger,.still eyeing::ths :
maintain but cl'iirinjand ploughing, fit.it at once for I barley, spreading at the same time 250 pounds you:" By and by the season of bathing : and computing height in..his1 : : :

topIne land .residence, perfect the greatest possible production of any kind of: of guano to the acre.. All,was ploughed in and I came roundand he used, to accompany d mind, layer. .bj layer;:*w\U, I should ''. .
health. This is advantage hich.noDe of in harrowed. ,Both crops look remarkably'well,' diers in the mornings .such recreations be;would have.,been,' 'to'.fall.. far'i ;'i
climate unfavorable ,
the other Southern States enjoys, except, indeed crop adapted to.:he ; so'much so, indeed, %s..to attract the attention was generall the first to take the' ,. tore his, hair but ic gave him:* ,. ". .:, -. _

to a limited extent; and East Florida seasons it is much more certain to produce of every person pawing i by the field.. The'laud i lost td leate It i he wished- see all safe. opportunity enlarge upon glorious I '':: .
very contrast'"itb good.,crop'than'any"other klndof land, from is sandy, haviqno clajr.unless at a great depth' knew his own power in this'element, as ti ccnnecttd with the bill and the benefits 0 "
in this
forms respect a striking" the-fact that'it'is less affected by excessively and ,without"manure 'would scarcely.''proulpeas his e emt. power,out.of It; and it was ...flowing for our tomewhati. xtea* ",:
Loulaiani and Mississippi. whose sugar .'' The same gentleman last spring spread savage joy: he saw one.:,day, the,'churlish. country, and ItOOIi talked. himself into U'

and cotton lands are surrounded by :vast alluvial dry.or yet weather;i it can be cultivated' with guano JLUhe same rate.ia ,.young orchard* trust. .'himself to, the,waves.,_:Peter .-Carpet lag. _,'U U' ,

rtions subject to frequent innudat ions, much, less. .labor, than. other lands, being re ploughing H in,welL, 'It was, then ridged and. .wam towards him and pulled him down" t ,
i mal'ubll.meUow; and its vicinity generally planted in ,sweet potatoes. The summer, the waters arid'would.eloubtless have increase of_the cotton-growing poputai "
so that it is impossible to obtain within many remembers, were aim,had not some of the soldiers come the last four is estimated not ...-. ,,
I I'Th.landa high and h a1thl.' These reasons are sufficient fall following, everyone : years '
miles of them l. healthy residence.. unexpectedly rescue.: A still more'curious execise:of _
unusually dry yet the yield was asia i.d.d tm td the .
'is ,
which in East Florida to entitle it to the estimation in 'which it pf excellent qualityand stinct is reUted obis residence .Fort; .fifteen, per ent,7 "

cellence denominated .rich lands"ar'P'lru- held, The.only'objection ,that'can'be I broughtagainst ) large-the large size.,potatoes being. In Maltatwblch'.is Bituate4 to'the north of increase, there.has,befcri.a ,continued, r"

; low, are, first it is, ;that,:when subjected the inJudicious A correspondent of the Planter adds:' I have fu, and.tke entrar ct(towhich Is'1t1bi 'l of emigration from .all the BoutherhI .: -: :' '

the swamplands j seoondtbe'_ hammocks i and" impoverishing mode. of culture: used guano four ,.e r. My first experiencewas an passage of considerable length. : to those farther south*and west.. Merely, '

third, the ,,111gb hammocks: ) and, fourth, the I with ft too ia 1846. I planted! .three acres !,. mouth, .of this cavern Peter was ia!,the, I ': d..f r '
"first.rate pine, oak, and hickory"! 'lands. 'pursued in.the South, it,is otqi"Ifc: ( i1rabl.u in,sweet potatoes,manured with guano,'at the rasging to fhe, distance ff thirty-two feet ;pan* 'with'thepoputatlb. ,."?*' ''" -
the first rate '' i as the hour of recall ,approached ,would ; therefore,have grown fift** ;- '
iwimJandL field ,
,The swamp' lands are ,unquestionably : rate of 400 ,Jibs, per acre.: In:the eame .-. .,:, ". 1.' .p r ut.t" J
1 i IUch :
1 The ". rate pine oak and hick ri" lands alongside, I planted about .oWacre manured sit.with eyes intentJand ears erect .,:,s mu--. ._,' a ..1 '" "
In : /
the
most rficrcWy rich lands COUDtt'1I They .ra soldieral ,the, < .
< with dcompos'treI: the stable, at the rate : return .the JVhen .ct_ _t:mnthe Itst two cropsaf&'an -:
are,.found in;pretty extensive bodies In many i 'he rtowed evidences'of l ** U .
sounded .
,*' *The::Agave: SUalaaia or''' Ettas 1iempnd the of sixty .rtloadi per acre. -Thefleld selecfed : ...t ... .of population amg i'nJI.' ql ,- .

1bi7J '.''1.Je Pulls plant the Century.plant.&, can be cleared at much less expense than 'part planted without manure.failed pgpduce. onto io:the righuabout;ftnd;a* t.t aa M ] 't.1i. .' "t_' -. -, ., fi.; .. ";' 'U' U U
late 6 e. introduced into Florida .and both have 'bushels of, small*potatoes acre.- couH crbIjn4ejbr! the On&rtnC : ..
twenty per
the. .awamp and hammock lands-they been tl SoiJera,of Nnr"England are begm- ; ::
crew.i. peat perfection the pine latfte of, ; .
pocreat andguiow4about '
The yield, from stable manure was jo. ( Kpondj|q.the'Interior [
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the countiv.. These planta derire' tbeir'cbiefsep.portfrom heretofore. preferred by,:the small planters, two'hdndrtd the The went tQ concentrate on Gen.-Root t for thePres- ; 't'U:
equal, say ,; reason fie no farther than the
.plant,will the preserve aUno-pliere their, ;and vitality, like-for Ibe'common many. rooniha air and have been found renSkabjy} productive* large potatoes, end.'abOu'fifty orslzty.buiIzel, two feet was apparently: s 1ouin. .) ? The chief of the..pap n:c'f t&ese m".* i : .j "'--
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when left..,',nr.. !the pound.; .. .0 -: .0 There* are,. besides thelands. already*t '. noticed, ofslfps or small ones." 'The>' first,'jirf accoi had. M'pass', without i.. which the men,. side,is. thfBotqD'Ai1iiM ,:. : .

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Tfeo'Tiii eatCHCd caba Invasion: > u Better'time*"are evidently:'approaching.At organ' of the NiirYprk. tradesmen, li'
NEWS.JACKSONVILLE. the I .
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.. J ) ) r :THE "A despateiTfrom Bu toated 25tht itate ,
; .T i (P.JiE81DENTt.S JIl:88 QE: 1 that CltrUiS****. tbecoslidon. candidate eT the no peliodTflthln recollection! have we tint In several pofaU>f;r J.( V,. ,TharesA_; '

.. .Democne1' ltd Free Boilers,was elected U.S.Ben: Jjtnessed tbame. ,hopeful confidence, the ;wb j'applicable to the North,-is no; ....
this result be
I The tol1o.wings1ips.trom,: tie 'New. ,York claimed stor, hiving as another received guarantee 13 voua.of. Will die successor the 'Eaiie spirit of enterprixe! ,'or such nnmistaka- r'cibut we hare rioapprehens"ionthe o ..,"i !"

Herald ot the" '.26th uit:, kindly furnished Fugitive l.w..1* consequence of the.triumph pf the 'ble evidences of prosperity those'by. irhlcb. disastrous[ resalts to South'Cawlin*'oi.., ,,

'ns by a friend who has just.'returned. from 'Democracy 1 n-lFloridaRepiiblicauMsylat.: we are now surrounded. .South,.in(the events suggested Itsbows,_

: New York, contain' : the latest 'Intelligence we To the query put in the' last paragraph of the Only a'few years ago, and our,majestic river 'ever: the.panV, "produced ,In 'Noreby : JI J

.. hare: on.this "!If .. above, we, for ourself,,unhesitatingly answer:, was mere" "wuteof'watera"-eui.: ext na1t 'the determined, attitu Jo,of.;South t

The' .8. are rather'gloomy. ;. ,MAY:' 3, 1851.: No I for two very: sufficient reasons. lathe, pine forests[ unproductive> wilderness,; our andyorclbljr; findfcaielhY, : difference:3t I

.i OFFICIAL." first place,we have never cWme fc aftlgurt *- rich i hammock, lands. unreclaimed and uncultivated condUionWhadeTcry: .whldh. ;.' ew-ul; 01r' It :

p ILOCtAIAT1O 01' me MESIDEWTOF' THE UNITED THE CUBAN; EXPEDITION. teef9 ot'he "success of the Fugitive Law,""- for ,,and,our' orange grove*:-once't1i 'pride, : 'Southern State taken the wmeit: _

i : STATES. For several weeks past various reports have the'simple reason, ,,that we'never believed' there ,ofonr/climal. ..-,deM_ 1if": ,_"d'by, "th1nset.tP," : ;It The South might be obtained her eqoa) ij

:Whereas there Is reason to beliere, that a been In circulation that another:Cuban Expedition were any. a.**. .'' ... 1'Things now 'wear a'very' different":aspect.All oft e newly acquired Territories, 'iJI'a C

I I military the United: expedition States with is about'the intention'to be fitted to intade Out in was on'foot; but they.have'been >o,con* ,In the next; place,,:Mr..Stunner; is.a. 'Whig is.chaoged!k. 'Numerous" yesseh 'freighted ment of i ft'Conatltutlon,.In:shorU-sh'i &

the Island; of Cuba,' a colony of Spain with : tradictory, that iiiras Impossible.to know: ;novr, Freesoiler, and not a Democrat, with merchandize, crowd our. wAter, furnishing hare dictated( terms,and phtalned them:
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which this country is at peace, 'aud whereas it I much truth or falsehood they contained. Lasi In return,we would Inquire: WiUthIa result the, 'necVssary %ade"_ for. .a.rapidly'Incfeasihg had there been 'no' robmiwionlsti ancj'

is heliored that this expedition is Instigated I Tuesday a steamer arrived here from Savannah be claimed>as tartber'eTidence ota disposition -population, 'and' carrying' offj' in're-- jserii mol "'her'citizens.i 'A
and set on foot by foreigners,who dare'to make I the t ,M sachusetts :to, enforce th :.' _
on' part ; '
board Marshal J and ; "lumber cotton .
a Deputy
having on ,] turn tttrpenthie, sflgar
our shores the scene ot their guilty and hostile i our ) .
and seize Fugitive, ? jiw or.ta. out the.Cfow- lands tn the 'interiorafe JY,irt //* New York, ?! t ,,RIOIO.,
carry
preparations against friendly power,and seek] II other officers,:to arrest persons ,prop 'a1 tobacco. Our rich' .
: by falsehood .and misrepresentation to seduce erty.if'any could be found, belonging to the promise, in good faith? ;. ;"filling l up," and 'our ;prange"groTe are rfri :A"CRISIS. AT HAND., .J

J our own citizens, especially the young and inconsiderate invaders. -- .' joicing in the dlsappearance' dt the 'insect." The. most sagacious and'the most Imp*W]
,'into their wicked schemes,an ungrateful -.: of irony' we observers: of publicmeasures, and theft U
-ThetoflowIngcrael piece.. *
I return for the benefits conferred upon I She returned the same day, without making ,Several'new steam saw-miLs are now in proceSs dencies civilized countries, are those'tit
1 them by this people in permitting them to'make discoveries, and so the matter.rests, as far clip from; the &itterf ,( #y",oflast, ,':vreek., ,Aswe ejection' ,which will glue still greater impetus compose the commercial classes. 'It is tfe*
our country an asylum from oppression and In it has escaped the .notice.of cur who hare -often to exclaim
as our. vicinity is concerned. presume to the advancing, prosperity of the St. men ; so' to tl&
flagrant abuse of the hospitality thus extcnde it in order that he may inconsiderate rulers, let.. us "'ooe-., To tkthere
neighbor we
The condition, Cuba, ground wD by a ,: republish. ,. Johns. Ourown beautiful viUageisimprdving ,:'
to :
them. And whereas such
txpeditions'canonty is hateiul l
.nothingmqre or
more miaow
,
from
regarded as adventures for plunder an< military despotism, of the very worstform. have an opportunity of.defending himself ,rabidly.; Warehouses and 'dwelilngs'are than the frequent .Interference gonram '

robbery;and must meet the condemnation of naturally enlists, the sympathy of our people ; the grave charges therein_contained. ; springing up in every direction, ',and real estate in their busin as. This, however theyfej*

the'ciyilizl"Il world, whilst they.are derogatoryto and it would be useless to deny that an expedition But. whilst passing, we would. .beg, to assure is"8teadi11'adnuci g. !tI.et.us but have not always preventand therefore, their sm..
thehtracterofour, country, in violation of the that there must be some mistake city is ever on the alert, to detect and'Patf"piost'
Island cient.,9f.ty :
the laws nations and to assist the oppressed people of the the plank road to Alligator and no one is now
expressly prohibited
,
which
movement either
; by our own: cur statutes declare that if.any to shake off ,their galling yoke, would about,this matter.-.perbaps.a tvpographcol ; sanguine enough to predict the progress J'oi our ness igaorance, a national, legislature:through risk..;

person,.within the territory or jurisdiction of have the good wishes of a very large portion ot err 01-tot every,one;knows that the,Editor town. We hope that"those most able,'and most' times contemplate. Invested or fixed capitl : ,.

.. theUnited States, begin or set on foot, or,provide the community. of the :Republican would not sneer at,any, execu interested will put their shoulders to the always sure toted the first blow. .:y- '(''
j or prep ire the means for any.military expedition and : It is to this observant class of '
tire officer&b this particular juncture we men tttfjj i
: That Cuba should remain long in her ; it audit will bi done
or enterprise to be carried on from present wheel. Let them, try, : now address ourselves. It is'to those
thence against the territory or domains of any; position-that: this magnificent Islam, presume that Marshal ,T key, ..ot'aJi others, Savannah, or Charleston, or both, :will assistin and thoughtful merchants,'whose condnc tlfcf g..

foreign prince or st'te.or of any colony,distric with her should continue would escape this fiasal demenstration, for we of:such.
immense resources, the, enterprize, when they find we are in ample, and opinions are louse* '
or people with whom the United States are at have doubt that he has inspired,our neighbor lube the that ,
to be oppressed and plundered by the wretched n/ there to public, we now address tv.
earnest and know is a prize worthy of
so offending shall be guilty '
peace, every person
aU'the selves most. sincerelyi that it ,
moral and submissionists with the pro- ,believing : : ii'ii
ofa high misdemeanor, and shall befindnot. despotism which nowrules, it,-is a competition. tnteotime'to "
time toh lteriJl
:
exceeding three thou!>dollarsand, imprisoned impossibility. By what means,the liberties vt roundest gratitude,, :by his, timely rescue of Evidences of "better times,"- and of a better sense," with th* difficulties'which are a SOT dovlfe*

: .Now not more therefore thai three I have years.issued thfe this people are destined to be, accomplished them from being routed a second time,- horse, spirit, are not confined to our vicinity: They hand., We are alarmists, but we believe tj
my pro foot and dragoons, by a Boston mob: dsysndhour are nigh which are to
clamation warning all persons who shall connect we do not find ourselves able to predict. Bu are visible from the ocean to the lakes. They up&etri
the constitutional foundations
; themselves with any such enterprise or whatever they may be, we shall heartily rejoice > RETUEX OF TUK HERO SIMMS.: '?-Such is the are'visible in the opening and clearing of new ,ophu'coo* ;
try.
expedition in violation of our laws and national decent heading clan editrinl1rhichgr: cel the ,
to Cuba in the full of her ,
see enjoyment the erection of buildings d But a few days since and at a public ea&
last plantations ,
obligations, that they will thereby subject columns of the Jacksopville Republican. i ,
themselres to_the heavy penalties denounced liberty and independence. The attempt of"0ur respected cotemporary"othe wharves-in the planting and budding of extensive tainment at ,which the legislature ofthisStti

against such offences and will forfeit their Republican to make party capital out of a orange groves-in Successful commercial were guests, and their great 'leader was'paisent : !
claim to the protection of this government, or EDITORIAL.I case entirely isolated, so far as Massachusetts visible and audible, it wasannouncedthatinthcourse ;
any interference in their behalf, no matter towhat I Editors as well as monarchs, have from time is cQncerned, of 'obedience (forced albeit enterprise-;and', in short, they are I I another generation United &st
extremities they may be reduced in con- throughout)) to tbepnramount constitutional in the countenances and conversations: of our would extend, southward to the Isthmus if
immemorial the and
adopted plural
pronoun Panama and there would then be neither
sequence of their illegal conduct ; and there enactments of Congress is not, by any means, citizens. -. nai
fore, I exhort all good citizeps, as they regard : write themselves "we," when common mortal in his happiest: ,vein ; and is, in fact, of ill *" ilatlra is looking ; and will improve mpid1Yas'so I ter or a slave. This sentiment was reeemj
our national reputation-as they respect theirOW'll have only the'right to say "I." Tbis, 'in for seeming, when is taken into account the sneering up : with'appl.asc.aad will'go fourth to our &1t o.
lawn and the laws ofnations-as : .n:1S she gets a few'raw-mills: into era brethern as the voice of the Empire Suit
they value mcr times, was the extent of the privilege. tone used by him towards the Executive '
the blessings of and the welfare of : The situation is beautiful and I What effect this will hare ,on those po iou jf
peace But it the that the Editorial Officers of the law, who have proved faithful operation.
appears by Republican in the South 'irbichhaet
their country, to discountenance and by all to their trusts;'witness the following: "And healthy and would be a favorite resort for invalids confederacy ,
lawful means prevent such 'and privilege has been extended, and the remained loyal to the Union, time can situ
,
any enterprise; the Boston, city officers, headed ..by Marsha
accommodations could be '
.I I I call upon every officer of this government Editorial nomenclature amended. This information Tukey,operated efficiently, th the Marshal if sufficient determine. We do not pretend to know mt 5
: J. civil or military, to use all efforts in his power: the Editors may have acquired on their is reputed to have contested with Simms had. Bullet Pilatka not bejealons of her interesting what an amount of disgust,such all avowal 87

to arrest for trial and punishment every such late visit to the palm Heroism." :This Is strange lan- young rival, "Mount Tucker." w&o, produce in the minds ol bur Southern frieafc ,
offender the Washington.It and correspondents. What we seek maketki i
against laws of the country. guage, indeed to appear in a Southern'journaand understand has entered t.he.llSts with her
Given under my hand, the twenty fifth day or appears ngw.to be decreed that whereasan offers,but sorry encouragement the few we subject of the earnest consideration of oar ra- i,
April in the of* for the prize of Commercial supremacy: The I ders is the fact, that South, Carolina at:ti&
year our Lord one thousand Editor has the privilege of writing himself friends we have at the, orth, to persevere in : ;
eight hundred and fifty-one and the Ocklawaha and upper St. Johns 'will furnish moment is surely preparing for secession frw
t seventh down as "we," in all consistency he ought to their course of well doing in our behalf. The } '
fifth of the Independence of the United States. Boston Marshal for honest in 'few to build the Union, and whether she succeeds: arid,
be called "Editors" and he City ; an discharge trade enough, a very years, up <
although .I
MILLARD FILLMORE. ,may his to the and the attempt will be a death-blow to the permanence :
pf duty country the constitutionis
By the President state, at the head of his paper that he is one, with manifestlydegrading! intent placed bya both the rivals. So they" had* better be content interesttfand the honor ef thrUaiw.

Vft DERRICK, Acting Secretary of State courtesy demands that he should be Addressed Florida newspaper. (qjyMg_ nna, Ka It nhaaw- to divide the"spoils'!" This is the.point we should. bear in,view ,kit
and "our P, .dj-sptin-nneqUauty-reduced to the- level-o Thejopper St.-Johns, including Lakes Mon- or no consequence wnetner bouta, wouia :'J
as tno, greeted as cotemporaries
THE CUBAN }EXPEDITION SECOND a runaway slave "Oh Shame, where is;thy roe Jessup and Harney is an in.temting'see- withdraws peacefully,or is compelled by''o ,
FAILURE. Well, we shall not be less polite than our, blush V to remain: the fatal blow will bestruck. TW
r neighbors and "our shall have tion of country, and full of resources. It will, American 'will .receiveits death ''wwai
., The public excitement respecting the contemplated cotemporaries' Had language savoring: so.strongly of tree- eagle
I expedition.About embarkgainst A fair division of the "honors. soilism been put forth in the 'Commonwealth,' ere lotg be the most 'important section of our from an arrow poised with feathers toownwini '

Cuba., which set the city in commotion for the the 'N 'Y.Tnbune,' or 'Journal of. Commerca,'. Rt3.tn.., .Ii [waaata.. 111.1's ..had ..ol..ri rairle. _Mr.Seward may secretly belieri
last"two or three days, has considerably sub it would have created in us no astonishment; lands and hammocks most of which are wned that this constant luTcf rui iuco-witb-b.done*
sided. The decided steps taken by Mr. Tall- REMOVAL OF TUB IftDIAKS. but presented as it is, in a gazette professing tic instituUons.ef the South will;ele. t.aa
I xnadgo, the energetic Marshal, aided by his The'EditOM". of the News are rebuked, by fealty to the South,and sustained by Southern by the State, and can be purchased at low to the Presidency, without much risk: to tit .

efficient aids and deputies completely routed the Editor of the Republican, for presumingto patronage, it excites,"we confess, our special rates. J i's cane pastures are of the most luxuriant Union, and that the Northern States will finally -"

1 the invaders, and, no doubt, have defeated the differ with Governor. on tlje subject of wonder -. description, and the facility t present yield under the pressure of Northern opi> t.
r movements of the marauders for some time to We will only add, that as ,we arena sympa for raising large stocks of cattle and mules is ions, and political necessity: But' in our jndf
-.come.I removing theIndians* "Our co'emporaries'tought thizers' with such cattle as the Republican's ment, he and all his friends err: in this tier
I, In our account, yesterday we noticed that a to recollect that we don't, profess to belong "Hero Simm:,"- :we wholly decline Accepting] not eq'ualled in any other part of the State.- of the subject,.and that,unless th y./are n$*

t sloop was hired at $20 a day, to hold herself in to the "sutmissionist7 school, and there. the Editor's distressingly witty commendation; Several orange groves, budded,on. the sour ceiiedor, coercedby the public voice fr'cezss 0

: f readiness at South Amboy, where she was ly fore must have our own opinion if it of his case to us, preferring rather to leave it stock,: are blooming beautifully on Lake Monroe I their dangerous Agitation crisis is ithoad.
f ing at the dock, ready, at the given signal tot eveji with him under a settled conviction,formed on and promise a liberal return for a whieh will involve ns all in ruin. If theaglts.ton .
convey the men on board a ship awaiting them differ'from his Excellency's.These his own Showing'that his talents and tastes'are very contemplate this as possible consequent
:-1 f intended for the expedition. On Thursday witty gentlemen find fault with,our tar better suited to its management, so far, at small outlay of labor. of their agitation,and yet determine togo eo,

; evening the Marshal of that district seized this italics,and our"notes exclamation f' but all least, as goes the defence of his victim "Hero,': 'But Marion county seems to attract the if they think the Union is of,no value, in COBparison -
f sloop, and conveyed her to Peth Amboy thereto than are ours. portion of imigration. It. a with the success of an abstract 'b um.
tastis, matter of taste in which we cannot be ? greater "possesses
I lence 'to the mildest for .
await further advices. The men who were ) use term,( practically
congregated on the deck, finding their chances expected to be so :refined as the accomplished larger proportion of rich land than any county nothing better, can..be: expected even if tat i i :
to be in a doubtful condition have dispersed veterans of the Republican. jCommnnicated. in the East-or perhaps in the State., It only question'of slavery leads to a diJ5oiation attIc r

themselves in various directIons.' Some hun The concluding paragraph of"our cot mpo- Mr. Editor-Dear Sir: In the last Repnbli : wants an ''outlet, for ,its valuable st.lples-A Union,) then no punishment can be too'seme,

that dred evening and fifty by,'or the more Ste&JflbOatJohn, came up to this Potter.city'on, rarir7 on this subject; it would be unjust to I can, on the subject, cf the "Cuban Expedition" 1 plank road to, the Oclawah, ',-to place in'the... no their axe country.too sharp What for those can the willing Southern traitors slav Ji

The steamboat Cleopatra is still lying at the withhold.; ,because is original in thought, I find following' beautiful' specimen of"fine front rank population and wealth: gain by the separation of the Souther SUta J (.

dock, foot of North ,Moore street; and it seems so cogent argument,. and, humane in sent!- writing. Thopeyou will print' it, a!a modelin Such are the prospects before us, and to this from the Northern Or what 'the, Northera

from the heavy weight ofthe stores and fuel onboard men(, that we are anxious our,readers shell that style of writing termed the'&ri -CD7Il eD. banquet we cordially invite.the citizens of other blacks by such an occurance 1 Neither religfea
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that the vessel has become quite leaky nor humanity, nor white men or blacks: will bt
; theirs should have the benefit There ,is something sublime .and poetical, in States. To. .the planters of cotton
as ; : sugar, ,
and is therefore otitt&g
evidently nnseawoxthy. It is be. fit ed in.the slightest degree, by any sndb .
c scarcely probable that any other attempt will : "The safestadruer warbavo notbcenqfnrxtangoiuiry the idea of'-Rumor being elevated,to' the tobacco and corn,we ofier our rich and productive catastrophe. : -' .
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be made to get up another, expedition of the in their code,'and because the state and Presidency of :' 1 terl." It will be news to lands.:to the 'graziers and".stock! raisers, But our object is to show that the danger k

;- nature, to start from.New York. men might make money by a merrenarj butchery ofa some, however, ',for It.is'hot very long since our pastures cf peren.nial T rd l1e--to: the'orboricnltnrists more imminent than .has been .supposed.' 'It".
is the
race it a reason experiment should be
poor will not require concert action nta1I1*
"Silence" filled that office any
: tried. even if could be induced "Rumour it .appears and other
DYING DECLARATION IMPORTANT we to believe the our: orange groves the
DE : slaVbholding Statcsto dismember the Uwa
f 'hunters' of Florida possessed an animui in that di. is a "genius. This I ,never heard before fruits and to all the balmy breezes ,
CISION.An rection. The Cfba effervesence tropical or destroy its :credit 'or. OommereeiSea*
: -: important decision was made by Judge shores soon enough, witbout our making may re-act the on worst oar /but I suppose its "all right" JOE. and healing influences. of our beautiful climate.; Carolina com tent to do all this mischief bat I .

1.1 Baxter Warren Superior'Court,' which if Indian atrocities! laevitable at this juncture.** ,"Humor,toothe: presiding:gmiu.f: ofmysteryt' Let them come! : .. self, and it is.this which. Oar hot-headed* r

v- sustainedwill. override a, Ion; ,eatablia ed'principle Oh I' it'would.'be a cruel thing to offer rewards bas it that Gens. Gonzales,Lopez,'and Qnitman,! tors. willfully overlook., r'.f: :
LI Common Law.and which has never ban recently taken sudden flight from'Savan THE \VELA.u..lWhaTe; 'no ''Intelligence of This point which they! overlook, IsprecSeb, .
I *! heretofore, to knowledge, been disturbed. for killing or 'cspturiDgt1ec"poor Indians nah.-and are, ensconced somewhere within:the the Welaka .which sailed from this : the! one'whlchiwewtsh to bring,before therea, ,
i,,( Lovitt. charged ,with tbe murder of Bell, in f and if'the>Cuban,effettuence' should, pemnsuln of lorida. Added to 'thiswe have Sunday: night, ,:about 12 o'clock, in',pursuit city on of. ders of the Dry .Goods ,Reporter tor.th,po

r the month of February last, was arraigned for "r '-.act7' upon them, it would, be much worse: visions phantom ships in re proximity;to receive the Cuban expedition. Whether she ,has cap- pose inducing them action, before,it is.U\ I'e
triAland, the State's counsel offered to introduce in due time the, collected force and : I I late The act-of rupture, "tenthof ten ta'sandth
than the experiment of the Cuban, bood- a tuned Gen. Lopez and his party, or Lopez ,and I'C
,as evidence, the declarations of.the ,''de more substantial i indication"what's to pay"in his partyhavecaptured her and her crew is breaks the chain alike. I f':1-
ceased In his last illness, and 'cbarging-the offence hound!. the arrival .consignments of merchandize, involved in considerable degree of uncertain, I. A magazine may be 'exploded ,by aaa p..

to the prisoner. The counsel for prisoner Our amiable cotemporaries have ,so much ,which Jchen ,pe cl'will go:off to the astonishment ty. 'The prevailing opinion here is, that if the spark, a ship may be lost by means ,of a siafa
ojbjectrd$ to the reception, of such declarations sympathy for the ''-poor Indian," that they have of plodding- shopkeepers. The "Libera- officials onboard, her catch the expedition leak, The Union will be, ,endangered if not IiIs
a ns legal evidence in a criminal prosecu- none to' for the. whites. ors"; were until Tuesday morning last anxiously -' the expedition will-be very certain' to .catch destroyed by any resistance on 'tli 'parttf,
-lion,and alleged in support of the exception' spare 'sn.ngnI ary" 1 and hourly expected to depart on their mission them. The Welaka::18 a staunch $:outhClins.Because. }-4 OX
the sixth Article Amendments to the Constitution -' ,They remind, us, very' much indeed, ,of_their, ; but the arrival at that tIme.of steamer. boat,, with 'a light8 draft and very good speed, good and ; the first act of secession disorpaixes :i
,:of ihe United Mates, which it'was, "w ollyL' friends atithe North whose,whole affections from Savannah, bringing' the 'U. S. Deputy would be'very useful to the expedition.She the whole theory of. our goTez ament. .1-iS.,
:contended, amounted, to an entire ubol'Itjon of, are absorbed bjr the"colored :Americans Marshal and'several custom-house' officers.from carried off on/reporter and if she is not this caseit will be the actor a sovereign Butt j", I
the Common LAWupon the point in Uon. that and caused it will not be Shay'a reTolL IOsurrection.
qa !" -, port SC.Mary'shave an apparent captured, and her.crew made prisoners of warive'may'Oxpect a nor whiskey r
1- The article reads as follows hiatus in theprogrammObfarraugements.These' to hear from her shortly. Our It will be a solemm. act appealiaf .
I I '"In all criminal prosecutions, the accused officers, under. instructions to arrest Cockspur correspondent to the United States net only but to the.whole,

t hall enjoy the right to speedy and public tria TrroofcAFHicAL E&KOKin the letter,of Judge Gonzales, Lopez, Quitman' if 'fO"lIDdwithin,: ,some account.of.the movements probably on our coast give.us"- world, and,it will be couchetlin' such Jangai &;
1 ), by an impartial jury of the btate and district Steele, p':1bUlhed.CD: the 19th nit. .It is this: the bailiwick,made minute inquiries their &nnMornNewi29t ii sit and founded, on such show of reasoning st
I wherein the crime thall have been ..com Instead saving "The Governor's. project: of a .'whereabouts, but these gentry not having been > : ( will,hate'effect, not only on a .large body tf
\ye.would\add
rYr mitted, 'which'.district shall have been previously : seen or known be here, they:were only found ho Welaka AinIyedit..o!, Americans with s5mllarfeeliBgsasw: [ saart*
MfL ascertained by Uw, and to be informed of rail road embraces distance from Pensacolaof non- omatable. 'Otherinquiries made1y: ilu. :1Wi place! on Tuesday morning last, with some under similar, provocations, but on those na'tions ,'a'I

T A t the nature and cause of the accusation, to be 400 miles, over.:the .most hilly,portion ot ,deputation proved: ,equally'fruitless!* i federal officers. oa board,,who;noweyer,:made, of EI1.. oPQ'. that hare long'cfesfrec'ou. ,'
f.t confronted,'with the witnesses Foridit '' ", 'd wI1fan:
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against him, ought to be, 300 m -it isImportant ,. ,. no discoveries., They returned in'the Welaka '
&o, &e.The to correct"this.:; Tint :It willatonc be seen that there isno end -'
NxwTnizx.CzztT Cow.' --The National 't lie: same day to Savannah.GBXlTrCo9UOTION ;
: point was ably argued by Messrs.' : ring tie among the States, and that their per
Toombs, Cone, and Pottle, for the prisoner, and : Wwr 'in ntelligencer. siy's that the threc.cent coin will AMO5O UjfCLS SlJt's "OrTICULS petnity at an eeL -A howl:,of. ,niao1o1. 'Ie
'Messrs.: teems, Sol Gartrell and Dawson'for tkJ. : perman J'' Gasconade not b reajljrfor issue before j''thefirst of:May, !-As we'go to press, which is after"12o'olockSunday will be,heard throughout pandemoniums n, C

*the Stat The exception was sustained, and anole county: Is the' chief, wine-growing district in the Treasury ,Department 'having a thOnsedLbOmIntt&1thbWthe night, there not a little noise tyranny. the downfall of arepublic,"" estroTedty *
I : ,prosequi ,entered on the billtbe other.tes Missouri. It is surrounded by luxuriant vineyards : and confusion in the office of the United States its own Internal discords, and ..hleh'otk-
I, timony being ID---the opinion of the State's ,from,whiok there ;will be produced ibisjiar' issue until there shall I )istrict Attorney,which happens. adjoin our erwise could hare -maintained 'itself against$
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.counsel, Insufficient to convict ,This 'decision be an accumulation of" half a million. of pieces sanctum.. Look ,out, ye Fillibnsters! This world, in arms. *
-fron .
-il may be law, but we feel no he&itaticn in aaywing >.30,000'; to 40,000 gallons of wine... to, start with, .* .bustle t coining and going,. passing to and fro, ,The United States will
', it.ought. not to be.--Washington. Gazette.: The day,may.come! :when Missouri'will be as 11'I "f up and 'down stairs,''consulting and.: ; advising, them the .imposing attitude, no of longer a. powerful:present aw e

...; distinguished for ,her grapes and, wines, u' : PROFXJSOR- wrtends,you no good you may depend,upon.1t.Rumorsayathat ., consolidated peopTe but'cluster ef broken sad,:
I MAttRx1bI or WnsTza''DA110 three ,hundred,of are ,
.- The following characteristic toast was given hemp,,tobacco J and other heavier products:, I you vto disunited provinces,jealous of:.each'other,1''4
?ZL-Misa :Harriet W. (da'oghwrbf_ the, late Priit be arrested tor::4 i., 'We: advise.the arrestors to
-T by one of.tha Boston Marshals at a colUUon ,'. ', :Websterwas* married "at C.mbridg.Mi, on the take care that they 'do"not become the , given them Potter at hit du. strongest for.the, time. 'Thi.s..str.iiggleco > 01S
'rinZtheir-stsylnthIacjty.by ..plantation. ,* YjeLOcrrr :or' ,Sovri.From some' expertnenU'mad 2nd iuat.to i Mr.S.\y.D' !.bDej,of,Fa ill.'ib'*.brother the etJ Iuvadens.ot and,thus themselves Cuba Itwould suelithe!: look number, of meuced.by,this solemn act.of, secessian,whw

Tht'North cnd'tk 'rab-lh7 thelinkibf = *'upon the"wires'ot'thJectrio tele- ?f,her eldest sister's.busbandl When hier fither., : was 'theUnit.d, States I_ Marshal? bid .to will 'dethrone ;the: Constitution, .and, la ii C

'.!J -,.- the chain that: binds their Union be stronger ;raph established along'th'Versailles railroadn convicted of the mon erof.Di j,ParbnoifthUjoang! irougb/ he.Jland'unduLopez.&mrIU marching foreign nations to the plunder.of our coiniae!;
than ever the abolitionists:pitched into h-Lejid j' adjrrwbo had been for som .Ufte)bairolhed to...Mil QI giatI\28t "lt f'lf. ah, ,and our soil, will .be.prolonged .by:;the'actiHr t C
.f Bunker Hill Monument;',rolled;;against the the right, bank! of the Seine, and reported D.,. UoI edhtrafro/7i ibis, engagement.".lhibh.w. ". ? ic, t J t OpposlU01I btUlt national gonnunen&, In UJIII\i,1\:
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it appears eve?; hh.manliness that done him Bbiior ha loaM t t -1; nndesnch'e1rcurnst&nceebyconzroL5by :
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: vision or pwalixed that it has thd acted'energies for the of Union the adminIstration only- gro wan maD in Savannah Bob.called, said{onme fee was three growing UnuswhlJe old,'andmight I "'C. .4.T7'OBNE.FA7'JF nrun.pci,L4JV! '' ,* ,\Jacbaa, ;Co.-Tax t .Collector's],Sale.. r iM. A'GNOTrL '. Jlr i i-r ;>

and unenforccd proclamations. But i be sick and-"require .* dDCend. .' ;BY VIRTUE of: thoritTba, m, rested by : .. . .. Sa .
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empty ,
by it will be necessarily drivenh I I should be absent I" told him ',to call on or a r I. -'','IJ'DO..n." ... '; .51 :5Apil law,I will expose for sale,in frentof the Court C .
from this position, rt' -
d: 4 1t.iJ : ., EXcuse door in the.Town ) .
the legislature of South Carolina attemptsthe send word to yoeehoaId hedoaoive him I :tt. :of NSWUanssIIJ4On. 1't. :, .
collection l *t the impost The general such aid as yon think ht msy need,'and charge tbftfirtitXoaday'..1a..JIHI'A. D .t.1aot.tJt: .St. -,AUgustia ii ",
;
foUowil
Afacfcua ;
f government t having possession of the forts,In tome. Mr.-- goes that way frequently Co: T.x'p lJeetor'S Sale.me g' : .rtl_ iIeJi lheft' PillS, ESTABLJSUWBlft..tad
the harbor of Charleston,and a navy to support ; if you would ask him to lUke inquirits I RTo k. yested by' as will payagin3.Joh the State and Conntj Tax' ,Assess*! a .,. repairs this present fa '

. them. Will of coarse remote its customhouseto concerning, and, let ynkncw, ,I .law.1.1ri1.3i In"front,,of the' LLwisinrig of his wife .14C"ot IeerptiouzoCiapsa;_ FamI1iespadTa..
. the forts and there demand itsdut The wouldbe. ,obliged, .you._ c_ House ool'Jb tkSTQnof'sanvfl1e; ,A.MU1L I).l85O Lewis and due-thereoa for the v ear 'RtDoudt".ea". i A "

receipts the United States collector.wffl avail w t ,wIt a _. oajhofirst: Monday; ia Juae A., .,Bthe sesattendingsalerthesanie together with all' necessary expen- *dJ-Airy' ,'Cln'N ,sad Nosiness ILIe141sIIb
nothing on reaching the Charleston is what hold .this following named.;aectioM Inuch being a portion of "E Waltt"r. ,f.4B
a
the importers surprising 'slavery or so thereof -1 S&HS:.. ..Hf rter-Iy B.U '
whams. Duties will again be demanded question is takingon the feeling of the people as will pay th.rSfeUe. ,and County Tax,'Assessed being Hf in"fdcndo'.Grant the said ,uflachua sitaaded lying,and a ww to the accnD- oflivaIjda ; )
,J.t ,and the inevitable consequence, will be' the this way., The .Ministers. -I was: going against J chnDrjidate;'deed, and,due thereon !I I county aDd known aod otbera beinf ewir lr boiUof oodwiJ- .
utter ruin of the trade of Sooth Carolina,or an say the Gospel-the Churches are doing shin for,the year:A.I),1850. together' ,with 'all,ne- 2OE a3folIowsTizaectIo3oTojp, containing 611 ; 10 s,range Iloomi free CCHlDft't llJ HAW ,:!wldda. .
t appeal by the State t j the great European powers their power to create 'feelings hostile to the cessakjrexpenseiittesid1ngj sale, the sam. bounded follows acres.JDOJ'Lor.les and it from dalDp eSL Fireplacea BTwda to m'rn*
'. ,say France' and England, 'to protect their .I Constitution and the South; women are following being portion of the cArredondo Grant,J7 situated ,'I of the estalcof as D'X r Clinch on the north by the lands dowjtbroob aandred.& Pro(IDroiI Dafrossraemjj4 P"aaua 'Prtxnetwwv I'WIi
when trading with sovereign and their :'Whatcannet and lying, and belng:in the ,deedVand William ,kr
own ships example. priests women said county.of Thorn .as surviving trusUe of the' rOf1D.C a desirabLe retreat froor covfiaemcat at sif
New York
Independent State. It will not"be long wader do 1'said a great French philosopher.-We Alachua, and known follows viz.'section 16 .IUne*ofih. '
,. .. Association,on the east by the,lands of John ,ear.. The II U ai& .&aIrwl'C "
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such an tnYltlLtlon berore a conflict takes place.. see what they can. do." township 9s.range I8E. .ftifttp It"t.l 72.1 nn Lewis in right of his South I..cenwal ooattaoiv, and fetlml tnmwellinta. .:0. .
the
wife
oa Math
[ :'less bounded = by the Tbe Hoa .coatala ,
costing our best blood and treasure exciting acres more or ana : as follows: anas *45 tnnmt.. -
or M .E
Levy,on&L..west by the lands of ditioraal ParJ..n. "
\ the highest pitch, north by the lands of,the "- Diaillc"Seuia:.Itooma.nd
in the
man country estate of N Wells
every TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. tbejotate of DL C1in ,decd.. .Also section 21 ieocea in general. For A *
tioaeazmoc'h'-
restrained sympathies deed east the
And drawing forth the now ,by lands of Israel Foote,and west township lOs, r.inge2o arpaaaed. .
containing 639 :
20
ofoth southern States. From the Charleston,Mercury, of the 25/A vlt.BALTIMORE by,the'nd ,Cyrus Perkins. Also section 16, 100 acres more or less,and bounded as follows:. The well earned.imputation titLe BOOM has frwa;
Without contemplating the probable termination April 22." township ? s, range'19containing63524-10C; north by-the lands of.William Thorn as survi- year to jear acquired,U wiU beth, Froprietrtw:!" .
of such a conflict to the happiness of the acres more or less and.bounded'M follows:- ring trustee of the ,New York Mia.DAVIS aim to aoauin,sad for theliberaJ.L:
. people of this country for ever, let us.see what The most Rev.:Samuel Eccleston' Archbishopof I north by the lands of the heirs ofN Wellsdecdn the east by the hnds John Association on age heretofore.she returns hf'r. *-, S
HLewis
effect this would have on our commercial pros Baltimore, tranquilly expired at six o'clock East by the lands of M E Levy south the of in right The table will be supplied with cbmceat Gaw.Ojalera -, .
credit would struck down thts'enning.. His.,remains: :will be brought lands of Isaac { by his 'wife, on.the south I by-the lands,of ME ,Tan .F J..Doeb.VenijoiiT.rkeTaBnd Shell
west
The national Frost by the
lands of the .
perity. Levy west by the lands of John H
auhia
credit would succumb. from Georgetown to ,this city on: Thursday, Lewis in Flab time ourslvess mit Forests Two'
domestic Cyrus Pens"
r at once. Oar would and interred on Saturday. J' His, death has occasioned -' right of his wife. Alto section 22, Township or mor buntera.tpanlng exdaaiveN foribt H.M..'"
What foreign or what American capitalist ,7 C.L. WILSON. S ,HoraeCamatea
10 Sj range 20 containing 639 60-100 Poaics Goas Fiabior Tacklea;
much in the ,acres
care about holding public Blocks of any kind, sorrow' community.C4mmodoreBarron Sheriff end Ex-cjf.-Tax Collector. less ; BoauforExcamon.. &.c.. ._ .
the'senior,officer ,of the; more or and bounded. as follows: northeast S., ,, ,
them '-
November '
when the fabric which supports ,was giving ,4SO. 6mAlachun south tryRespeetfaUy.S
and west by the lands of John .
died Norfolk S '
at yesterday.
Nary S
would pervade the .PROPRIETRESS
? general
panic Lewis In *
way -, right of..hss wife,being the section on -
country and such the security and and success confidence fo_Its which commercial I BALTUXOBE, April 24. :Co. Tax Collector's Sale. which Prairie Creek or sink Creeksinks, 'A\- N.,B.-It U the wuk of the proprietress ibaft thv'
strength
I now give so section 23, township 10 s, range 20 E,,containing Servants attached to the House abod be civil,atten
fabric '
"like the .
ooerations, would depart Snmner, (free-soilirwaselected) U. S. Senator BY VIRTUE authority in 'Yetecfb7' 640 acres more or less bonndedas tive and obliging. "

.t'' of a vision, nor leave a wreck behind." to day. on the 25th ballot receiving 193 law, I will expose for Ale In rront fir the Court follows: north by the lands of Isaac Frost on St. St.Aa"'a&\M.NOY.2i tf .
As '.terofcoure all Southern business votes. House door in the .
. anu Town of Newnansville on the east, south and west by the lands'of John .
would be abandoned: at the North. Most exist- the first Monday In'_June, A. D, 1851, the H Lewis in right of his wife Also section' 24, Private Boarding House.! ,.'
p4r iug debts would b& found precarious. In contemplation NEW Yoax, April 23. following named sections prso much thereof as township 10s, range 20 :E, containing GOO 84 '. }
r tr of being generally drawn into'theCODtest The sales of Cotton to-day amounted to 700 will pay the State and Country Tax Assessed IOU acres moreor less, and bounded follows: t.
, debtors in the southern, States would bales,at l' decline. The market is feeble.- against Thomas Murphy, deed,and due thereon north by the lands of M E Levy,east,south and 'c, eEL"
. to bankruptcy would sweep down Rice sales of 100 tierces at for the A, ,p. 1850 St.Mr .?1ugustitc.
t, cease pay : !a % year : together with all west by the lands of John II Lewis in, right of
oui merchant princes while the demons who necessary expenses attending said' ale the his wife* ,.41so section 19,township s,range G. If. 'Pnpy 'epeaed: hit .
produced all this mischief would lose nothing. NEW YORK, April 24. same being a portion of the"Arredondo Grant, 21 E, containing 629 44-100 acres more or less BoardingHouse,for the accommodation
!. Nay, they would fatten on the hell broth the* Cotton has declined f since the reception of !situated lyingand being in the said county of and bounded as follows: north by the lands of Invalids and Travellers generally. Here*' .

had brewed in their infernal cauldron.' what the the steamer's accounts.- 800 bales sold. Rice Alachua,.and known as follows, vix: section the estate of Nathaniel Wells,. on the east turns his thanks for the Ubeial patronage whSch

. What is commercial prosperity merchants- 3Ma3 6 ,township s, .Bangs 20 E,'containing 640 by the lands of the estate of P,Mitchel, decxL, he has hitherto received and hopes that Invalids
t sucCess of the honest and upright 'the Ohio arrived to day, bringing 175 passengers acres more or.less and.bounded as follows:'- and the south bythe"landsotJohnB.Zeteronr, and others wht may visit.our.climate ,for
what the comfon of our homes what the peaceof and 440,000 dollars in gold. north by the lands now'owned;or formerly on the west by the lands of John II Lewis in health or pleasure,will give him a caD as no- .
our minds in their estimation these wretches The remains of Archbishop Eccleston arrived owned, by M E Levy, on the.east.by the lands right of his wife'and a Creek known as Prairie efforts will be, spared to contribute to their
:" can only raise a tempest and sweep away the at Baltimore to day. The, procession was im- of the estate of N Brush deed,on the south by Creek running through aitllfctioD. Also sec comfort.

foundations of the Union.the Suppose the city of mense. The funeral is to take place on Satur the lands of John H Lewis in right of his wife, tion 25, township,10s, range 20 E, containing ,His House has, during the prUtntaeUon.on*.
New York ceases to be emporium of our day. I on the west by the lands of,the estate of. Peter. 1034 15-100 acres more or less,and bounded as dergone thorough repairs-has been furred,
! commerce, what do they care if they can have Mitchel,deed. follows: on the north by the lands of John II throughout,and is,therefore,entirely free front .

a momentary triumph with a factions leader.It C. L. WILSON, Lewis in the right of his,wife, on the east by dampness. The rooms are large and airy,well. .
r would unquestionably be quite impossibleto PLANT TREES.-A little attention a little Sheriff and E. Tax Clleet T. the lands of John R Zeterour, on the south bya furnished comfortable.' establishment. :
wiry on any regular business with the Southif more thought( the morrow;a little faith in November 1850. 6m tract of land known as Moses E Levy's twenty pleasantly situated on'a broad street,amIno

1 one seceded SUte bad the power to divert to what a day or a yea?* may bring forth with thousand acre tract, on the west by the lands of better accommodations than it affords can b.,

itself, by the absence of duties or a low gradation shady groves and fruitful yards. Plant Tine Alachaa' Tax'Collector' Sale. John II ,Lewis in right of his wife,.a Creek found in the city, A plentiful ,table}will_be-
of them, the trade which had diffused itself here, and a tree there:send or gob your neigh known as Prairie Creek, running through said provided ani civil and attentive ta.r...
.r uu'ler a general constitutional system.No I tor's orchard, and clip a bud era shoot, and BY VIRTUE of authorityin me vested by section. .Iso section 26, township 10 s, range His charges per week is six dollars,including'fire
I doubt such discriminations would be insert one in every stoc that does not already law,I will expose for sale before the court house 20 E, containing 959 20-100 more or less and and Ugh and every eff'on."ill be.made 0 .
. raids br European posren ,in favor of a seceded produce fruit. Plant trees by the fence sides; door,in the town of Newnansville on the first bounded as falllowst north and east by the give satisfaction both to TrancientVisitors.

t Slate, as would compel other States to fall into the root will penetrate beneath them and draw Monday Jane,"A D, 1851. so much of the lands of John H Lewis in right of hu wife,- Permanent Boarders. .. k,
" a coapict with it, and thus the alienation of a substance from the ground yon cannot culti lands of the estate of W m.. Garvin, deed,containing south by the tract of land known as M E Levy's A couple'of well broke saddle ponies "attached I.

interCt, until our industry was actually gone, vate. Set stout and thrifty grape root,direct- 400 acres more or less being portionof twenty thousand'acre tract on the west by the to the Establishment and'will Iway
it and our cohesion for ever destroyed. ly where the pap-suds from the kitchen win the grant known as the Wm. Garvin or so lands of John H Lewis in right of his wile a be ready for hire.November .
. All these results arc sore to follow, even on be daily thrown,and in three years' time you much -as will pay the State and County Tax creek known as Prairie Creek running through 301850. tr.
the slightest act of resistance on the part of will havefruitbeaningacreen to hide the view d ne thereon theyear 1850,together with all said section., ,Also section 27, township 10 s,
Il' South Carolina. A personal rencontre between of some unsightly place. I give you this time n necessary;expenses attending the sale and Range 20 E. containing 530 20-100 acres moreor For Sale. -

a citizen of that State and A Government inspector ly notice,that you may not let this Spring pass thereof bounded follows: South, East,North leaf, and bounded follows north and east .
'". of customs, is enough to light the flame by without making this attempt, at least, to and West by vacant land,in Township,Range by the lands of John H Lewis in right of his TT71TH: a view leaving Florida will sell
discord and plunge the country into a fratricidal follow my good advice. 18 S and :E, B situated lying and being one mile wires, uth by ,the tract of land known ILl II TT the house which I now occufy in the
L.I warBut West of the Town of Newnansville in said E Levy'fr twenty thousand acre,tract on the city of SL Augustine. :It is.ainaarm'. at the

supposing that the government can, by oooaty-Aloalma *.-___- west by the lands of Moses :'E Lew. a> Creek north corner of St. George street, contalnisixnoon's
'. force of arms, retain South Carolina within the The Washington Telegraph of Saturday last C. L. WILSON;. known as Prairie Creek running'throcgh-sail besides a parlor four'of the rooms have-
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,1 Union. The act of force, is of itself destruction Skeriptatd : Tux Collector, section .' fire places. The house comfortable. one isx
to the moral sentiment which has long says ,feaa been November 30, 1850.. 6m C. WILSON, winter and very pleasant!'in summer. JThelot

f'J. kept us together, South Carolina a conquered tried rrafeaaer again to-dajr.Page's Under electro-magnetic the cucunatauces.the car re- Sheriff tl1Ur Ex-off.. .Tax Collector. is spacious, has op it besides a kitchenwithtwozoon. .
,: State will never again be a zealous and happy I nIt has been to the Mtisfaction of everybody. An Alachua Co..Tax Collector's Sale. November 30,185& ; "" ,* 6mAlachua sdninig, > arraje house with sta*
member of the confederacy Oor whole theory .ectiemwliIelitnUie eOuTte ftf twoveara*experimenting bles and fodder, house attached, 1 ,, near
of government will be blown tothe winds whenwe bad not occurred happened shortly before aurt- Dy VIRTUE of authority in -me -vested by Co. Tax Collector's,Sale. which is comfortable house for servants.--I'

hare gained the first victory, and the Republic ing.and caused tome rniai ags at the aocceaa. .Two I law, I will expose for sale,in front of the CourtHouse BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by would also sell all my household and kitchex',
S. no longer the serene and tranquil abode of die cells in thebaiiery esploded. in such a aitna-I door,in the,Town of Newnansville on law, 1 will expose for sale, in front of the Court furniture and a second hand barooch would' S
of freedom, will be an iron league maintainingitself tion that If repairs baa been made it with would this have diminution been the first Monday in June A. D. 18i1,the House door in the Town of Newnansville, on likewise dispose of a small ,farm nest Manda

-t ag\inst the weaker and discontented nicessarj of to postpone.the doctor However determined to. ahead-, following named sections or so much thereof the first Monday in Jane, A D.1851, the rina contain es about on bundred 'and twenty:
States by blood and chain Merciful heaven and startad power dIe car. It ran backward and go(forward will pay the State and County Tax, Assessed following named sections or so much thereof acres also a tract of very good land near Moa-. .

to what a result are these desperate agitators a few hundred rods at* rate of about. five or six against William Daniels, nd due thereon for the as will pay the State and County Tax.Assessed tecello in middle Florida,containing about firs. .
t, !. hurrying.us. Merchants of New York,will you miles per Lour. The dayi cloudy and onpropilions. y ear A.D.1850,together with all necessary expenses against 8. D. Corbitt, and due thereon,for hundred and fifty acres. '
S for a moment belong to any party that to obtain attending said sale,the same being sitna* the year 4. D.. 1850, together with all necessary ANN MASON- '
1-' will risk such an awful tedlyingandbeinginthesaidcountyof&Jachusnndkno'wnss said sale the being Feb. 1.1 851 3m., :: "**-'*".
." political power, expenses attehding same .
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catastrophe. South Carolina though insane, is '"Madam" said old Roger to his boardinghouse follows vix: Section N E *( 2, known as the land owned, or formerly represented .
in earnest. Her people have: consented to & keepe", "in primitive countries, bt-eris Township 11 8, Range 22 E, containing 160 by S D Corbitt, being part of a tract 17.&R1II: FOB, ..LB : ': .
double taxation. Her young men are everywhere often the legnl tender ; but, madam," said_he acres more or less bounded as follows: North fland known Levy's 20,000 acre tract-sit-
arming. Her timid citizens are leaving emphatically thrusting hit fork into the steak, by the lands Samuel Egle East by the lands tedt lying, and beingin the said county of Ala WILL dispose of ,at private sate my farat]
the State. War begins to looked upon as the :'all the law in Chrystcndom couldn't make o Frederick Lear, South by the lands of N chua and within the limits of the".Arredondo 'I on the St.Johns River,at the mouUk of Jnl_ _
least evil to that stAte and the forging of arms, this beef tender." Stafford West by vacant lands. Grant,"(John U Mtfir,Agt) __ ington Creek, sixteen miles above'Jacksonville*
and the drill of volunteers hare alrcrdy com Coo L. WILSON, C.L.WILSON, The situation known o be the most beautiful'nx
>. menced. 8kerijf IZ1Ul EZ-IJff.: Tax Collector.' Sheriff end Ex-off. Tax Collector. I: the river,and w remarkable for its health-; .
), Merchants of Ne* York,friends of the Union jUlrrft1J, November 30,1850. 6m I NOT. 30,1850. 6m mess, not a case of(fever having occured there;

t bestir youraelvM before it is too late. Your At St.Augustine, Fla,on the 23d nit.,,by the Alachaa-Co. Tax Collector's Sale. for,. The dwelling u spacious and COBI-
commercial existence b:legs on a thread. The fortableand calculated the aceommodatioct
a'I' sword of civil war is suspended over you by a Rev.Mr.Aubril, Mr.SYLYJsTEa-MAKtiCY: Pro. THEBOUT. ,& CROSBY VIRTUE authority in me Tested bylaw eta large family. The.land.is'of good
1 ingle hair. Let the watch fOrd go forth from prietor of the Ancient City, to Miss MERCXLLASABATE WILL EXECUTE all kinds of Mason I will expose for sale in front of the Court and well adapted for Cotton. Therein 1Iov- 4

. you. The Union must be preserved, but preserved all of that city.JHarfne ._ at the shortest notice and the louse door, in the Town of:New annille on ishing Orange Grove on,the premises whicbr,
by forbearance to South C:1rolinand lowest prices. ,The experience they have had the first Monday in June ;A D. 1851 the formerly'produced an income ,tf a.thousand .
a by an entire repudiation of the priuciples of in the Construction ofeUGAR'.BOILER FURNACES following named sections or so much, thereof dollars; and win shortly do so again-from UksV .
1\ the agitators of the North. Journal. will recommend them*to the patronage as will pay the- State and County Tax, Asses present thrifty and \ uppeiriuictt'onh *
of planting comnnnity.Jj led against D L Clinch, and, due thereon trees. The Post Office'of K ndarin iawithia -

1L 1L' From the Saranaah Neics. I PORT" OF JACKSONVILLE MAY 3., All orders from the country'will be at for the year A. D.'1850 together with alineessary two miles,'and the Steamboats pass and repasa
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A SLAVEHOLDER AT TOE NORTH. tended to with promtitnde. expenses attending said sale the same before the house on tfcerf re iartrip to and
Jacksonville,Feb. 15, 185LAuctioneers beingaportionOfth uArreo tndo Grant,"(1QQO from Savannah 'Tbo to'secure tailvaluable
L We have been allowed the privilege of making Adverse Grant situated and beIng A wishing
j The U.S. MailStcamerSt.Matthe1 arrives acres ) ,lying PropJr1ycjI OT or adqas i .
the following extracts from a private letterto Savannah in the said county Alachua, and boon* letter thesttb ,
at Jacksonville Sunday from creratJacbenviflePtoride.S
tf a friend, written by a gentleman, formerly and leaves every Tuesday.U.S. ,. d u follows: north by lands belonging to S CHARLES.BYBNE50. : *
every .
a resident of this city, but at present residing John Cochran couth by .landj belonging to
Mail Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives eve- Jack5o7vi1e October 19 .
" State which he is a.native.We A 1uested'to notice thefollowing Act lands be- ; / .tt"'f.
in a Northing of J H Lewis & Thomas Napier, east by S
leaves
give the extracts with a view to show the rj Wednesday, .from Savannah, and XJL. of Assembly.: ,All who desire to havetheir longing' to ,Wm.Thorn &John ,to hran,west -- .
, state feelings that exists at the North on the I every Friday. terms extended according to Sections of by lands belonging to J H Lewis & Thomas Jest Kccevef.ONE : .
. Slavery question, and as exhibiting instanca" I Steamer Welaka arrives on Thursday, from the Act,.must give new bonds.. Napier. Also, north .by_lands,belonging to T dozen 1bisvUeb1acki1111111 ".

beLntiCall"iUu'stntin of one :feature,of our I SLTannLh.and.len..es.on Saturday. JOHN. BEARD. Napier& D,S Clinch,south by lands be10ngiugto S do do, Military' Clolli Caps.h' .
'f much abused institution. The 'writer is a Steamer Magnolia arrives on Friday, from t- Cntp1". J H McIntosh east by.lands belonging to J I CovetL., ". .5
Northern min, and is residing at his ease in a Savannah, and hayes on Sunday 'for Lake Tallahassee February, 1651. H Lewis, west by lands belonging to.GaIrant. ). I I Silktlmbrellss.S da do Glazed Cap* ,: .r:;:. .

'J free Stats,where he is refused communion in Steamer' Sarah Spalding leaves Also,north by lands belonging to 1'B S Bootz.Sbors&c.&c. ."
., the church to which he belongs because he is a Blunroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. AN'ACT emcndatory of the several Acts now in Lewis& M:E Levy,south by lands belonr.nr. c. 'For sale low. S '.- '

V slaveholder, and yet he is too good master to force relating*, the ,appointment and duties of the estate of N Brush,deed,east by 1..t.- wL-k W :

forget his f&ithfl1llbi who, in his old age, ..Tata/was. Records.of the Custom Souse. Auctioneers.SECTION longing to the estate of JV Brush dea', -.oDd AI Octoberl9l85Oa : _.. ',tl1;'
lull require his support and protection. flow ENTERED. 1.. Be it enacted by the Senate and E Levy, west by,lands belonging ta the ."we ',. '. -: ;- '-" -- -S
: few of those Ministers of-the church of House of Bepresentativs of the State of Floridain ot.N Brush deed, and Townsend ?<... AtlaaUe: Gair.:KaHConpaay '. .. S
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whom bespeaks, would imitate his example in APril_.. -Sch.' Tionesta- Thompson,' Fair- General Assembly convened.' ,That the tax ':: a, L. WILSr JV NQtice. '-
who field. Auction sales h e tw.o'per centum' Tax .. .: :.. S
providing for the comfort of those had upon Sheriff ttd Ex-off. .Collector < .f-' .
, spent their youth in their servIce Msy.1.-Brig Elias Dudley, Hopkins. N.T.CLEARED. upon the gross amount.of sales, except on sales November, 18)0 mAlachua rpHEneitathualelecco., GK-Dire* of t WAilatnki S S
1 and Gulf Rail fcoad Cotnpairj *& -
In regard to the rumor that Mr. Potter,the __ cotton not damaged txpon which there shall fct'
beheCityot&Augssdes.stt1a Court Roaot
of SiD sent him on to Boston for the be a tax of one half of one per cent. 'Oo. Tax '
owner Apnl 2&-Sch Abdel KAder, PearceK.T. Collects Sale Sin &beOOtntHoue. ;al12..d_x.' S' S
JI of.testinj.the we feel authorised Sic:'2. ,Beit further enacted' That no tax .. S
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da3ihe19ihdsyoEaynext.18SL.
purpose Means Essex., ''
; L-BrigMary Arm. sales shall be ,assessed levied fY virtue authority.inme m.atecmyiaw.I '..
from conversations which we hare previously on Auction by -1 G.'BENS: ,: ; '1u. ; S :
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I town or city in this ) will expose for ,sale, in.: front 'of the .
had with-Mr.P., to give it a flat contradiction.- any county or incorporated A.PUTNAM, 5S -,
H livery true that Mr.Pottercsred Terry lit- Stat greater than twenty-five. per centum upon CourtHouse doox.lathe Town*f Newnanstille :.GE( !FLIRBARS; :,
tZ:; for thebes of the slave bu he left that it NEW STORK.Ifew the State tax.SEC. ,on the first Monday in June, A.'ft;.1851,the April,19., "to .;Cd S
Be it further enacted That all ,he following named section ox-so much thereof .. ,. .
was his duty to prosecute his rights and in doing Goodt at _Low Pdces-- 3. -S 5
heretofore been appoin. as wUl pay'theBoat.. and Cbonty ,Assessed .
he actuated desire AuctbneerswkoheTe thT '
so was purely by a to ,Executor'sS'
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SUBSCRIBER would respectfully, in- law and commissions have not against Frederick Searl and due thereon ,
vindicate and test the rights of the South under THE ted according to : 1. .' .t
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I the'Fugitive law.. The letter from whichwe ormtbe citizens Jacksonville and Chesurrounding yet expired,and all Auctioneers who shall hereafter or:(he year A.D, 1850,togetl ier with.all nctusary LX months after date ,I will:apply to 't$*
extract, is dated country, that he"has just received, beappointed>haUhold there office during expenses attending r said sale the same be- ; ,Judge of Probate ofDuval consy Pleate*; )
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. Boston DIRECT FROM NEW YORK thOeniod efaix 1ean"from'th..cWeoIUi. I ng.portion ofthe Arred April J7,1S31 IJ and : the said cotm.tV
: Provided That ,all ,Auctioneers &lyfcg b.IUg1n ef Alachua
appointment; last_Will and Testament of Martha Ts desjdr :
'Ii "I left New York, for this place, ahd hare per schooner Teneriffe, a choice assortment of appointed by the Governor dar recesa'of ,and'known as.foltar.Tis' : W M awSectIon36tcwnabip1O8ng.222j .; PEfiELOPE.mOll..JTwffirS*. S :

put up at the cAc'CDS House1 here.',I hare been Dry Goods,, Groceries HardVVare the General Assembly,shall hold, their. office f., 'COD. "!S eb.t5th53Sii, .Bto. aTnrtHEundenigBcd : S .' .'
! introduced to GOT Bout..ell and tome m em- only until the end of the session of the Gene*, uning 80 acres bounded a*follows vise north .

ben V his council,with the Secretary State ,Crockery.&c.' ,, &c., ml Assembly next after tire date, or ',their appointment. -. by ,land'of" Elisabeth.HoUdrks,perait land, I
itt &&, &*, consequently as you' may suppose, I which he offers dc tale at' the 'lowest prices, *, soizUi by townakip line dividing township 10& e hsviIe OV 1> 1- (
have had much conversation. The Governor' J 1, east and,_west by pnblia land*. :AlaoN.W.Jof "
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(old me there 'was' intense feeling in all theCountry FOB CASH COUNTRY. .PRODUCE' ]Appb7theQOrnOT1IDi3l851 itr towns on the subject ef letting Sims at the: .store formerly occupied by .Mr. EL. $10" Reward! range 23B.and bounded as follows; north by 1HoUe'.dOo. ... r6"-t ;. '
{the',negro-slave of J&mesPotter, ,)be,carried Harrison Bay street.) 'Particular attention.:{s public lands south by!**&claimed by David Newnano,11cn thefrst3IoPdyIhaiiisp15, ':-fj '. .
r iff into slavery. :I told him I knew Mr..Totter called,to his'large elegant" '. of BAN AW AT;from the 8ttbseriber.on; lorrissioa, easl.by lands claimed by David 5th dayIn) ) &U". .I f -1' i ioHh.la

weiljfhat I did not believe he cared m\idi about 'I a41eft' Bonnetsof ,, ;tJae .OthM&rcb hIa..DtpO 'J lorriason,and west- by_land. EUnbethHob- u .&UIVI8.-s..t.. t.fiII.a .,-..d-A.,. ,. _";" :-
the man,bat was determined, to' try Ibi question K. wh .b about,21.years of. age;, black, irks permit land.' 5 5 > : .! :lot..are: ; '.=5
,and see,whether a slave.could be earned the latest and approved style -andfcniah. carries himself erect aad stammers.Heliabourfoeti0j .- T a,L. WILSON.Sheriff ,- -- J leu ::.fLh.'t&; : '

back ,It is""commonly reported but:fewbe11 Also, to hhzbesntifulstoekofENTL1ME1PS $ Ilohes fa'h .;A reward .: aidEixtf.Tax .. oll t"., sndwowdydjg r1i- ;,i5-'- .S'. J

JTC it, that Mr.Potter;sent the 'tnanon'far BATS;READY-MADE of Ten DOUUwiul bGIMIeY L1 AftI' NoY":_, .:. ,610: -rith.r.t.. orre"h... ."-. ., f' i4 '. t.' ,
the purpose of trying the1 question. I hope p-110r 1r g! < B 4 h 4epY" : .. 1a 1- ,.11 er ".be on dayofj ; 5 S
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COCA was bat Idoubt it 'Should uch Call and examine C' : ;, -5- 5 t GEO. W'.r8AN. .' :.-' :
th.e ,,"bfqfe purchasing elsewhere. ." & 'aJO .j '
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I prove'f 9 U_the.cass' ,jt woutd grieve the IIbOIItioDqtp S q' :.p M CUEN.Jackwptnie : *: B.Ojt'rtantattouSIJoliMETerAptil'M lmi 1 I! ; .ArilSrlsI. 1':4: t' ":':" is
igwl think of :old 3 : J ii ui iii'j '6/rlcV. : P ,.,: r'; .
: OUlll. fi my ne,- May ? 1851. ; |1'" L t TOOS Ierbun .. Dlfr. .'

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; .. IS published fcrery SATURDAY, &t Jickton- Oopartnership.' .: ( ;\i t ; D ? { \. J( Its Courtouse,. up :M4q%
FALL .jiND'WlNTHR'liO.PnSlected '
:' "iI1etnbs CMlntyofD'zsL. mn3't"ql FloiW. f6XRNE heretofore existing un-. S ttf ouer4xptc3s i Z1 "72fL praciice/Ia/! thV70Tf t C
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I ,, BY.GHARLES, : ,: HABiUS.. .. day-dissolTed- by mutual eon TBE'.ubscrJb! Jl 1 1fP Dd 9e i EVEY$1'EA3XBUIP S .t ( :1 Z:(14' _. .SiI.o19.WP,1t tend't&the'. Ol1eCiODOCl3im31Z"1fl3tth!

':1. : i sent.S :; ; TITUS.& H uRis..i r.educ prices ai\ew, p.4..wfIaetect9d i :1 4pncEa :L" 5iatVs Tor Military'Scrrices: ,and for HoneS J Jor
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f. : ]::' ( S Jacksonville,D c.20th, 1850. (jan4jrThe .Com s1nge7 frdfl. PTTO, Street ti; N T9-;Yor! tiopert.t'oSrOt .

- Termi-TKRI: Dotians per tnnutalfV: oJ"dnd 'a.- line, itb enf.F C7, Jii'9 "St. Chailes- Hole! BuiIdinfcOrrean Also,claims'for Pensions. of disabled SoW< :

the end of the .business heretofore cotfdcuted by the 'from'the mOI\'Fu\tonabte'1Iouaes.--, .,. 3 .1d"ObU Agent,.M.BOULLEMET; or the.WJdowa Orphans deeeusedSo] .
; FpOK DOLL1 .tht yearOyJLd .. .. $
I 'M c abored ''' h .:
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aimed firm will henceforward .t'tt; '
foliow con. has niiide'taPgemeflt3"tQ WIoTe gods ,agVe'V *- I jaut t .s*.!OeLfoa. / Aho,:ckims for:Bounty Land to: tta-;
wtisemenu will be inserte'd on the ; ducted by.and under,the firm of "nFi't. t '
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: soldiers aid
the aid
'. CURETOJf,;&:.TITUS.jAcksonrille .:'vUIenklde.UfBke. : lMf. JofJ. '..fICl.'f. .'. ."f .;. J S .:- S ;, :Widows .Orphans' of 5 dtil?
I ing terms; stckaampletq'.r: __. ----.4..s- :: ., .... '.omcers and.soldiers., "-f.
Oz\e.'d UaJ'per qnare ,of twelre line and under ;_ ',January. 4, 189UAlaehua -. -S Thankful t for the;patronage;he_has receired, ; .J'EN51QlV.AJ J" .r QY\- ". )' ,LAND_ : Also," will gire his attentlontoconveys '

------ for the 1ir tnwiaoa,.ana 75 cent, tot each .ubse Co.TaiCollector's-' he assures bii,oiafriends. lhat they jpa .find just: :to examining: Titles and Records,and_
dertier. liberal duceant .what :the1'Va.I\t ahBrick5thre.tFlCtbat ; .OBTAINED rtneoffieera: and.oldisoftht ingclaims.to Land.?, 5 S -
.5tlnerDoa: Toye.riy :, By.VIRTUE 'of authority me tested by catnotaJ0! ulCJIe.'la1..to those: ,.", their legal teprestata!. : -MIbu5Izeuentrsted. tLImw1llnijjt4

e will te made.. lair, I will.expose for sale,Id front of the CourtHouse *who Intend purchasing IhatheJs.a\waysTeadyand ,tLveiI- : '--d. 'prompt attention; and all Ifltrub1entsofpttingwUlbeuecutedby
of Vuch ofilceri and ;
--1 03"A11 adnnts menU moil be paid roibe'[ r.Inerrio doorj in the Town of Newnansrille, on willingto show h'isgbpds'feelipg well aasur- :Pensions for life,for widows : him with neitnc -
1800.
A anlesi by a regal cOltome!., By-referring'! the" first' Monday in-June, Ai. :D, 1851j thefollowing'named ed that they'cannptbelbeat: -'Tie. stock. consists. soldiers wbob1aedJ previous to despatch. V" 1; ,- : *-j

i t. )ur terms the'requisite aura may be aacertamed sections or so much thereof in'part of . /:' -t. i".j1i'i n.2G..lSsi. tf S

1 ana transmhiea With the adTertisement.KTAarertisemenu will 'pay the State and County Tax, Assessed' Colored and.black"silks;'Plahi.and.J'iptedor ., ThfOUN' Y.L' 3&AS.D., 't

,. not marked with the Dumber against 1 F Clark, and>due .ther.eon' for the every'.tjualityj EnglUK.JreDch'mnd American i,ror S) < T-( t- r the widows,.'or minor' : j
el
year A D, 1850, togeth.erwlth all necessary expenses .. Print.'Jenn Lind"Ball Vrtuer White and'Blue'Embroiderecl.c11tpe : wM.:1LTUNNOblv
uid1tor1d
(f insertUmi required,ViU. be contmued attending said sale,-the same being a Shawls;I.Cithmere aDd U lane h ;of deceased officers and ,privates, FACTOR fr COMMISSION'MERCHANTNrth

I mnd charged rot.7'ive : portion of the "Arredondo 1t,1J'r presented 'Shawls; Wbrked ColUri) ;'Worsted Hoodi;:Platd : .. "who.enea In the'. Commercial Wharf >?
dollars willbe charged.for allunnoance.me on situated a nd Figured C.iin rf; Clotha;"VeMingi;Gr ea'and : .S '
mapoflurr& Washington as such) '
Scotch i War:of ;2812 with{; Great[Britain the Tc! Ml7 Chale' a14 5'-
,1 lying and bei.ngln the said of Al- .Blue! Ber ze M rf ill:White and Red Planets ; &. .
candidate fur oRice.Oae county
.
its of square for Six Months, i t '10 OC S achua,;and known as Geo.. J F Clark Fire Silk Diaper and; Kentucky Colored Handkf Jeans;rchiefi Kene,aterery'.; Tweed price;,Whit'; La-. I iMexicah-War- ;' or !in any"of the Indian i .I:2CflOBE1, ': .' \.

Notice io Debtors and Creditors, t l 7 00 Thousand Acres Adverse Grant, and boundedas dies and .Gf'nt.-Nt?1t ie'l.Frin,,s.Gimp' and But. Warsn179O: ;'. ; ,BAKER,; ;
'
Letters fAdmlnistration 5 00 follows, viz: ;north by lands;belonging to tons for trimihp;'Velret Ribbon;; KM Gloteij Bonnet Terms moderate .wh re;the'clamtfi} 'estabiUheJotherwise .. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT.TJLSTjACKSowMti.K ,
AppHcatios for .o Mrs. Gary, Adm'x.,-eastjby lands belonging'irimingr.Silk Gloves;Plain and Fahe1Vork Boxes; no'chargeV: j." i"" !f E.: FI.A. s Ji

If3"All religious notices wfllbe inserted gatui.'BU. John II McIntosh, south and west by lands bo' V- \srs,,French Extract; German Cologne jKniTe;. The. Subscriber i,also l appointed Agent in tbe'Diat. ict S S .i
; ,longing to the estate of N Brush, deed, M ELe.vyandjohnhlLe'WIL Sciiiors; Ilaor,&.,& ..with many other article in ofCplunibfafor the ;: WILT practice the Courts. of the i ;
tJ'At1 adnai sable personal oommunicaiions.wil I : the) F 'ncy line too nmerou.to mention. j" 'r Circuit, in llaznlltoncounty of the middle Q ..k
adrenisements. C. L; WILSON '* .:; andace; ... \.' .wM,2DWEES. i British S pD-mm i111. Life Insurance. cult in Bentpn:and( Hillsboro counties ot-j.;
charged u October. )19,1850.. : U..: _Conjoanv. Southern,drcuiWln the Supreme court at T &'
be. Sheriff: allfl.Ei.o1f.. Tax Colleaor.Nov. < :
-
; 0AUbiIJ..for Job Printing most paid on the'deUrery '
.. S 30. 1950. 6m-: ----A I .1 Established in 1820,and empowered by act of P rJint.or hassee,and! {in the imltistita; 'Diatnct'j j
f ol the work. O'1'N" Uy m the Insurance ofLites and the endowmen of Florida;and wilFpres tec I

((0 'All communications muat be addressed to Alachua Co..Tax Collector's Sale. OF., o-; S. ofchi1drep.inLOU11'ONeWYrk, of Washington City United States

f *he:Editor, poitafft paid. BIT VIRTUE of authority inme vested by D rS.., ,s ., ;i"r i Tc n'.s ,CAPIT.&L, 83,000,000.. m&utsat. ;
'
1 law, I will expose for sale in front at the Court CELEBRATED MJEDIGINES., Commuaichtibhs': addressed' to"the: ', subscriber, .Being

:i Housedoor.in theTownof' Newnansrille on Washington,.D, C.,wilt receive prompt attention gire his entire
--1' in the '
GR.EEN'Si : the first ,Monday in;.Jaue, A. D 1851, the Used. 6'yliita. mtXdetvigiiulitdsucteii_ : '- S i L THOMPSON, profession :
TYPE} rOUNrDElty following named sections or so much thereof as .ture' Attorney at, Lam,and Commissioner of care shall .
i will piithe .State and County Tar, Assessed.. Cpugbs,_ Cpnsumption, ::Catarrh __- 'Deedsfor North and South Carolina. 1

; No.128' FULTON STRUT, Suit BL'ILnno. gainst: M. E. Levy and due thereon' for the Asthma, H Hearti.Diseases, 'Iyspep- P. S.'-Refer.if necesiaryi;to the Hea4'of Depart I NEW YORK menu,and SMembers Congress generally. .
D. 1850
year-A.
with all
; together necessary- sia Ooriorrlioea Piles Female ,.Washington-,Noyember, 1850. 2m, '
NO, 17 CANAL STREET Bow, NEW QitLELcs. expenses attending said sate, the same' being' ? ..- J. 'ltI ;

portion of the Arredondo: Grant," situatedy.ing '. ." Comp1asnts, ,&c &c.c ATTOBMETS; ,
]
TO NEWSPAPER PUBLIShERS AND and being in the said county of Alachua ; S,i. LSO .. Masts, ,Sale 'of Valuable Real!l ; IiCS

PRINTERS. and known as follows viz: Section 35, Township Dr. .StJiiM Supporters, SwuldtrBra

1JITffcoufi1en !I invite the trade, before 9 5, Range" E, containing 633 32.100 e$, InhoKng'-Tubeti" and Lec. Estate. COMMTSSIOKXR.

V.' .they purchase elsewhere gire'me a acres more or less, and bounded'"as follows:- : on C n 'aizd the "VIETUE of a decretal order of the'Dis: .to fate_Telt ::;
tures umption
call at No. 123 Fulton-street New York on the North East and South BY
or at by lands of the :
e trict Court of the United States for the
i No. 17 Canal-st. Bow, New Orleans.where lam heirs of Peter Mitch el," deed.,'and on the Wes art;of preserving Life and Northern District Florida, made on the 14th .Maine, 'Vi

I ready to furnish them with all kinds of by the buds"or M E Lerr. Also Section 7: Health!,to>' Olddge, day of June, 1849, the undersigned, a Masterin :

J L I BOOK AND fliEWSt'Ai'UK TYPE, Township 11 S, Range 20' E'containing CfC.t CfC.. iI Chancery of said court, will 9f1'er for sale a; I Del4w
96-100
I of the'newest and most beautiful style. lam North acres lands more of or less, and bounded on the have been'appointetl, Agent for the sale of public auction before the \Court ,House, in the South, hC
by the heirs of
Peter
also, Mitchel, tho above Go.od.s. arid will.keep.themconstant- Town ot.Jacksol Y lle 'io the county of Dural barns
prepared to supply the much admired the ,
Scotch letter, baring lately procured from Scotland twenty ecd-i on thousand East by lands tract known: as M E Levy7] ly ,on.hand at my" Drug store, in'.theTqwn of on Tuesday the 21st day of January next the July, 271S:
acre the
South
Ii ,on the
by
'a series of these beautiful faces, together lands of"J Johnson deed Tampa, TanJpa'BAyiFla.. .' following real estate George Kingsley deed,
with rariety of form J attern of and Lory's Lake, : J. D.. 'y'. D.R 0 OER,So to,wit' M c an
erery on the West by .the :lands of the heirs of; S .
Ji I : ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, N Brush decd. Also Section 11, Township -' -- DBAYTON ISLAND, .

:I Bordering I feelnssuredthattbeelegance S, Range 19 E, containing 642 '24-100 acres Administrator's Notk ., Situated on Lake George,'containing seven Steen

\ and accuracy of all the Type manufactured by more or less, and bounded as follows:' ,on the Ci IX'months'_ afier I.will present my ac- .i hundred (((1700))acres;more or less-ralca- WILL

I me cannot be surpassed by any Founder in.the North by lands of Isaac Frost, on'the- East by 3 counts ani rouchera to the Hon.Judge pf! ble.foritsBitaatioD' the quality of its soil, and D :Court

Union. By an entirely new method in the lands of the heirs of N Brushdeed.the South Probate, for IIi1lsb rough county,.for a final, for its orange, lemon. ana citron grores.TOURESTEJrS Court at

1 mixing and casting am euabled to retain the by Levy's Lake and the.lands of M E Lery.'and settlement,and ask a discharge from the further POINT, citizens in any

I ttrrwtfj of the component parts of the metal, and on the West by"the lands of Frederick Mar Administration of the Estate of John M. Stafford ,Situated on.the St.John's Birer, bout sixteen er1 1I tnt;L\

thus to produce in addition to an elegant, the quand. Also Section 14,Township 118, Range and Sasau Stafford:deed.,and also all persons miles below Palatka containing about six or atthe.D
.
,
19 E, containing 642 24-100 more if claim the estate ; j
'most acres or less' any baring against of
hundred.((600)) acres more or less. nADDRESS
:
\. SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE, founded follows on the North by the land: Susan or John. MJStaffordj'arerequested. to present J

heretofore' to the publio. To this last of M Levy, on the East by tho lands of,M :E Iheri. .' ,1'- .- : BUENA 'VISTA, May 11. 18
feature I' Levy and Levy's Lake, on the"Booth 'by'Lery's JOSuhIAr4oRD4Ja J3ituated near Forrester'a P int- ntaining -
i would in
lolint1and particular call is attention,for Lake, and on the West by lands of the heirs of mpTJ' n;. li .7851.. J25 6m one'thoTisand durabilty the .
of Type on principle .
N Brush decd.and Lake. Also grove and '
Lery'g it
Section S S S I. orange upon A T
of .
of the ,
economy, greatest importance ,
4 ;
Township 9 SRange 20E Execut r' ...Notice.SIX'months :
typographers. The members of the craft containing 20- SAN JOSE. PLANTATION
'
will also find me ready to'sapplaU ktnds Of. on 109 theNorth acres more and or Ens less t by and the bounded lands of M follows E Levy: afterdate, will apply to the Situated in .Dnral county on;the' .;River St. -S c. D

:PRINTING ,OFFICE FURNITURE, on the South bv the lands of the heir ofThomu, bate tDuTalcountyPlori.da ; John'sslx. miles from Jacksonrille, ont:1inOng S

for the establishment otcumplete Printing Offices i Murphy deed,and on the West' by'the;lands of ,' for a discharge Xrotd:.the'irxecatorehrnTofthe three uadred((300)acres raortrorles -. "
.
about
such Presses the heirs of Peter Mitch late Will:and Testamentvof fitephen'J.Eubank one hundred and serenty-flre acres are t'"
Wood
Also
as Type Cases,.Stands, Section, : ; ; for S
Brass,Press and Wood Ruled Imposing Stones H Township' 9 S; Range.19 E, containing 638 06' ,, deceased.. SS open cultiration. On the place is a dwelt I IlilLsborough

; Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Eig- .LOO more or less and bounded follows on the .:' WILLtAMlEUBANK: .JEcV.. ., ling&e. .house' ., 'with' necessary. out-buildings S &&,. cult of Florida:

lets, Closet Racks, &c. &o. North by the J lands William Thorn as gurri ,Jacksonville.,r u.ll, 1851. 'Tampa Bay,' ,
} iThe abore offer
I OU Typo taken in exchange for new at 9 Ting trustee of the New York :Association'on 4 ) places :great inducements to -

J I cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most the East by the lands of the heirs of JV;Wells, 5 .Not ice* ted purchaser, being healthy,and pleasantly sitU

I. liberal terms, 'and patronage solicited on the I o n th e South by the lands of Cyrus Perkins and HAVING determined' discontinue'my pre fertile immediately lands on the, BiTer SLJohn'S with A TT9 E

t ground of furnishing to the purchaser article on the West by the lands of the heirs"of N business at this'place,' all''person beariDg-'m:1not the tropical :
fruits some
: of them
in
already a.growing State. 1
Brush deed. S S
with which he '
will be pleased and which will indebted to ins in any _manner, ',are :'requested '
bring him the worth of his money. C. L. WILSON, to pay up,by the'15th of February next,'other'wise T E5ffMTS.Onetnizdcashbalcnce WILL !

4 Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Sheriff and Ez... Tax Collector. their accounts nnd'notes will be placed in ', in :one,.two,' and Eastern Circuit
Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished NaT mber 31, 1850., 3m. the hands suit I thre jean' interestj to be secured by bond Tallahassee. :

S with'an estimate in detail of the'cost by Alachua Co. Tax : &CoiEsq, is'my authorized Agent to collect ofthepurchasernd mortgtge on the'preiniset.S geous

stating size of paper and kind of work to be ex Collector's Sale. all debts and to transact'any other business GOUGE. B. FAIRBANKS, ington Ci j8
S -
ecuted. BY VIRTUE authority in mef.rested by for me. JAMEs: B. COLE. *t. Matter.,II CJtancery. dy collection_
:Publishers of Newspapers who will insert law, I will expose for sale before the court house December 21 1850. of
GareyJFerryj Fla. Jan.., 1851 janll tf in his i hands.
this deorin tEe town of New -
advertisement three moifths and send me anjfmeon the first S
the papers containing it.addresred to "NtslitCs Monday inJuneA, Dl85Lso much of the landsI of Executor's Notice ept:StL,J& ,

Register,'!New York, will be paid in materials Brockenb ugb,'et. ,'al, l lot N!.._6, situated,'ly AGENCY < OP DR. PITCH'SCELEBKAtEp 5

Of my manufacture, prorided they purchase six ing and being in the N E portion of M E Levy's SIX months after date the undersigned will : "S J1'O 1Mirch15t'I

times the ameunt.of their bills for adrertbeing. TwentyThousand Acre Tract, in the county of apply to1 the Honorable Judge of Probateor MEDICINE.. ,.

H. H. GREEJV, Alachua, containtaining 1666 acres more or c Jettcrs of dismission Executor of the E- 0Z >0 iPalmouary -_.
k No. 128 Fnlton-st New York, and less or so much thereof will pay the"State ate"of Joho II.: Whleld u,1it t' of, tho..county1 of } Bdlsam, Depuratire S
.
No.' 17 Canal-st.Row, New Orleans and county,tax,and thereon forthe year 1850; Jlillsboroughjtieceaaed. ':S : ? Pectoral Expectorant; Heart Corrector Syrup,. w. [

together_with all necessary expenses attending : 4--. n.,HENDERSON, ,Executor., 'Pulmonary Liniment *Hamor"CoTrectoK, .',

11 I I Valuable Land for Sale. :': "Arredondo-Grant tbesalo thereof, the.above% is a portion of-the TimpAPla.) pei: ; '. ,O. .6m' Pure and,Medicinal! ,Cad Xirer .Oil JOSEPH and

AS AGENT for the'owners, the undersigned i Anu-uyspeptic Aiixture uonga ana Cathartic prompt :
offers for'sail C. L..WLsON. NOTICE.- Pills Nerrine LAND CLAIMS of
I the following valuable S ;: Vermifuge;. Female pecific -
.1(. tr&ctaot' land, to wit: November SJteiiJfaud 30, 1950. Ez.off'Tax Collector. .1.t E hare appointed' 0. 9U1tS"oU1" :-'Gen-, ;f Female1 Pills, &c. &0. Wars the late Florida', :

The Low Tract situated at the head of Indian -- 6m, V I' eral Agent and : -to settle any Used by his constantly and rtiih unprecedented in which

rirer, Containing fire hundred acres more or Alachua;Co. Tax Collector's Sale ind all business the name ofPalmer&Ferris S .success in the tnatment, 01. gaged;or the } !

I t ., BY'VIRTUE,of To collect and receive alljdebts due the firm of :Colds, Coughs, Consumption sthma; Heart and to any J

The Pablo Tract,.situated on Pablo'Creek- l law I will authority me rested by* Palmer '&:,Ferris, 'b,' 1ondMortgageNoteootherwis Diseases, Dyspepsia, 'crofnla, Skin Agent At r1 j
expose for sale in
bear the month of the St.Johns1 riper, sapposed .' honsedoor'in the town of; front of the court also,for..Darius Ferris deceased. Diseases. Rheumatism Female ring bud II
to contain our two hundred acres, including first 'Monday in June Newnansrille' ,on the AH persons baring demands'ngainst Palmer 'Complaints; ?t1es&a. other cases it ;
tome fine hammock land. A D, 1851, BO.'much I & Ferris or Part us Ferris Deceased., will -- &0. turn. hd.dift uJt 1
T of the lapds of John H McIntosh : pro He will also'ac
-Also a small tract situated ly sent the Dr. Fitch's -
woodland in the ricini- ing and being.in the same tcT.0| ,Ilojmeafor payment, an. S : unequ&lled.Patent '
ty of the town of J Acbon,meJ containing thirc Arredondo Grant, in the all persons indebtc4 to Palmer & Ferris Or Da Silrer Plated 4bi.- Attorneys in i ;
Alachua, known ,as John ;HMcIn' ( Bo land and
ntl
ty acres. rius dominal
tosh's Fifteen Ferris;are requested to call on T. O.IlolmesS 5 ? Supporters. Dr. ,
Hundred '
Also ,a tract containing one hundred acres Acre Tract-, Adverse foractUemtntnndDake payment.," ', Fitch's;improred Plated. Steel ': I may be. agreed (
Grant s'o much : '
J1 or thereof '
good planting land, on Pablo creek near the and will pay the State: SARAH P. FERRIStAdm'x.ofD.Pszatsdec S Spring ..Shoulder Brace. Dr. be pos -p" d) :

month of the tit.Johns'rirer. County Tax.due thereon for the year 1850, / t ,Fitch's Silver_ Inhaling' Tube.; lion._
with'aU -
together -*** .
Also half necessary expenses i
one of the Dwelling House attending* ; 7DAYIDL.PALMER/
.- of land in Jacksonville, near the Court and.House lot North hesale: by, and the thereon lands of bounded the as follow,'ri*:* J"acksonrilleJan S S 5- ,550. ;. "" "* J(: Dr. Fitctfs celebrated' Six LecturesON C"H & : :
estate of D L S '
lli
Square being the ch S )
same which .
is / THE I
PREVENTION
occopied-by deed. AND CUBE OF .
Joseph FmeganEsq andOarey's grant East by the lands of Bears! Bears Bears II .
Also' M E Lery. and John II Lewis' :Consumption. Asthma] Diteases/the Heart,&cv ,
two,hundred and rfght'uf his purchase,alWhe BEABK!OIL and: ;
:
forty Sutk JWILE .
acres "on the the J2r BALIS in
wife and method
on
Eutaide of Eleming by the lands of M E Levy and the thatbo;; CitiMM of Florida win preservingJJcalih
Isludz on the.St. ,Johns l lands of the and B&ntty 'to old to and ,
I estateof Peter Mitchel deed sb in an
Hirer,bet ween the lands Messrs. West Jplb me Sararinah. will pay for the Oil age. S
( George'Fleming;.about on8.hundnd.ac Lewis. and by lands'represented on Burr and Washing \One\ ;Dollar t Gallon; the:'Or ease'Fifty Celt; a' ; I the This Book should.be,:in.every family.. To 'JacblnTlU,. ,. I IS

:which are hammock and about of ton's map as belonging to'George L F. Clark's ,Pound* th 'arliclei must be:'Pttr,o*:f mWviosi Cansumptirt it'peints but:the only reasoncW -
thirty acres "AdverseOrant.' cleared. 'p :Uhely leject them.. : :
S Iam'od'judje'! .
z .
Also an undivided a WILSON, the L."'They must.be Jtt Vna/aro/ira/e I t gives for the1care and education Children SIX'months :
4r one third of the late Mrs. S 55 S S ; In'f .bl .- '
Sttenffand .oJ Tax Collator. are n .78,000 copies of this Book
Sophia Fleming's Dower on 1V" HUMPH YS' : Te Ir
'! Fleming.,on. ,NoTember3pri850, .' passed through the and the ho Estate of
sale
the St.Johns Birer.. beautiful locationW r Gin wJoiE:. 'PICUDOIST. .unabated.r .press continues Judge f Probates
'
,Also an tuxdirlded one third of Nor.16,1850. jy f .
L about ten thou S \Alachua Co. Tar ,tyvannafi' Geo.f S shall at the'same
sand acres situated Nassau Nassau Collector's.sale: : S For SaUly.lL &FITCH. ,.Co-707. .rad.wagNcieY .
county ; ;;
River S ;BY VIRTUE .of authority :In ) : rk ..TS a discharge :fwm
for extending Thomas'' Swamp, suitable laW; I'will:expose for\sale'before-theCourt me testedb ;Adminisfrator/s, :Notice.1 ,.in4t: aad.Estate.. Alt.
Turpentine iwwUkirts. of hammock ; A., Ill.JcA'.kll. .- '
bnNP.FaUo.. grant. ,House.door in the' fown'ot'Nernaliaf1llelon: A'."' persons Indebted" to tie estate of George ".TacOnrW. &pt. 28, -1850.1' .- '" ate notice.- :
7 The abore tracts of JandIII be soil at Jffiw'MondawnJnn 'Jl..D.lSSljsomuch: : Fkmtalng e6d: are requetted't ?tJ1ak r_' '. .
rearonableprices .-. :.of of tkioJCD and,: immediate payment to'the: : '
on good terms Clark known )uixdersignedand all b-D" Fitcb'c' tiuldc
.. _. the'Atkinson :and as to Invnor Tampa Fit.
Address' J. JIcROBERT BAKER Clarkgraiitcontafg six1 persons baring deasidiiaIn.ad] estate are lid8, Directions to persons using Dr. Fitch's ,
': .: Attoxnqav thousand acres more or less lying and requested:ta-gresenfc1 them properly-attested rem.edies- he..had
; ,
Jacksonville being in $ of all -
Pin ; < !,. hUAgeatsAtachua
NOT. Townships and 8' .within thtt : In
2 B timft'prcstfribed'hy Circuit
'ttNewnansvilleTownLots H, nges 't7ai: d:18 S; --',- S -.- l } law?to' J.t.J. 'f .
or so much tbereotu'wUl' + ; -
the .I, O.LMEB' -
*
pay State :
and t. te t b 1ir
: : ,COuntlTu due thereon fo the yeaz'4D.J 850 r 55 "to. :, mn Jril-r.' :( ollectors, S.a e'o Florida, in' ;
-. for Sale. tog thet,with'all >Jacksonrille; April :18 1:1.C >tC cS
necessary expenses attending .2. .By-r1irtu. ot authorUyjii Tested by law NAKCTCOOK
? EEundera1gned will offer for the sale &;therec("d, bound e rfollow ,. ae forsaieiufrontottheoours ,
sale,
before H S ''.
L North and I' -p.
.-i '4NSwuanifl1e.Lthe Court, House door ln the Town of Sutliby; TACLDt West 1411ds byvacant:ot Jam; linda, Eu .ana .a T"t. Jce.' -or HowedoornlA; .the Town f"ref nansrUle cii -y"_ .0_..,. f :
; on the first s Den dCoct theJntMon4sy. .
tJi cia Monday. (being the a1tuated. and .QIX'!O THa Mer.dAfJ ; 1nJuneA.D. 1851,; the
between 1tt hsJi
.T ,)In'Ha1',ex&seversilot the Newnannllle ADd the'Nafuri aent our following named sections orsomuth It: appearing ; ;
property i'-? counts and thereot.
crth.We rrancll alBridge on theSanWee; 'f vouchers as adminLetratrixStahd. .that: the
n .RiTer. will
S&Dcher Sect1 payth State and
dfott: County Tax
; zt ri.h dmIDt tr-t ; ;
29. r 't"th ;Assessed ai
,. .. .Mo.t. Ofthebyi'Ics 19Bangel8; Section 4; 13 tatt or J aha gainst'Joseph ident.of: the Stat
Rang
,
.It fed, l'Weit I ti.te uwtonand
& r A thereon
10 the ,; h' Guiitrlf1d'8t for the
mot
i by.section' 33 32 t t o f residence
A buatnandpleuaat.'p t' ottke&town ,.29/U,InD.acge': 'JS and deed Florida year'A D, 1830together: all' 'J'1
lJ((0
1and .ection '13 and tbe'HonJntJge of, Pr necessary ex :
4 4 e very. deaiftb 12;Range! 17 E the bate ofsaid panics atteadingsaid U u ordered;that t
tor.th&"pte' the
um ale
'
cottnty/o; Inal same
iltUi or business 01'residence. being .the tractmeuureabout yhereoni-Jamef'DelV ? setttementi and at'thelatne .3000 a containing and plea4fanswert
-. "::.nmad'bowDoncJa10tS: ,'two' miles'frm'thrown,fJ' tIrnCphft1tppiy lei'aidJ rt'''or teHm f ea1d, reseItuatedlying ot 41ac au4-[and.being ft.in.the In three months
; d1s 5hargefomjbetakeuctice ooaJi&l nfL JJi fP
54. on the north
: NewunITIIJ..lo.aa1d dmfnlatfat1 -
; : GEO.V.SANCRgZ.LprLI3l$3l. county of tfbt Aid"Es; & confessed: protided
Alachua wdeofU
.. '. : '. "; '. at l nO ilo i 6. ArredondqtGrant 't
I1'p e'r *
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