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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 31, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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    JSdittr /' the Next:-An Immense quantityof '. ,. OVA UOUNT$ .j I the:After public several: d.ia'exltemtn d tn't1rhi h
    -" .. "! curlostt'1l1u been wound.uj) to tie
    that merchandise which is now transportedtoasd .. hi he
    .;, t i i .. g stPitch, the morning of Thu
    5 Orleans by the tedious and '. ,. ... .. day tiled for the 1'; the'
    from New VOL :illl : I '.' __. ._,_. opening at the Great '_

    .1 Ye 7di go navigation_ round. .the'coast; of f 'h ,- .. .]A .. Y ."f >.. ..". ,....-JACKSONVILLE"'.. 1. 'III.. 1. ,". SATURDAY. 'h _,., 't HAY I. 'a'i. IS:!). '[NO. 39.' ausptclous1.r.Uon of the Industry On of all Nano ;.opened most
    Florida, would find a: safe and speedy trarsit "' '''< .' ,. .'. ..., ..,. rain and b ail the preceedtpg Jfar'w; e W .
    dente that there can ,be no scarcity ot'inter with very cold weather but the
    of the contemplated ; frequently happened t ;
    across the peninsula by means on marches tnat the Let not planters glorious of '
    and I trust:that even the most prejudiced tra- ;idesPalr h awever, but ; ., .
    I't railroad alluded to in my last communication troops were obliged to.drink from "alligator tthemselvesithreneweden: ply SSSKJSiir5T3TJK
    make dncers of the country will. :not deny that the ponds covered with rich ho Pes n pod he 0 bd andbAie their ""'. air
    I'l The average ,time :required to : a green,scorn,, and : adage,."i. beginning the fl"
    left .
    sun oth.: .
    quality of the water which is found, in'I, the this circumstance sometimes'makes a ood no ; K smtraed.
    from
    the dangerous voyage from the month of the the water.of the whole we sometimes ending. There as As far as the mortal
    l round lakes, rivers and creeks of the peninsula is gen peninsula'was:characterized Bay, "grea Come out In cotton." man, arrangements' depended
    mouth the upon
    St. Johns to the of Sawtnnee, We will drop a word of they were perfect; and I rejoice to
    erally good. That bad:water maybe found In who' a lriceJust hare: while say.that the day passed off without .
    the coasts Is about eight days, and it frequently Those were unacquainted with the fact you are'gne.'Ing over and a sinrift- ->'

    I'r takea twice that time,- while the trip from the the "rotten limestone" weltand'in;' the t'rich that the sandy .soils of.East Florida contain, love sickly favorite, do not forget nursing the corn.this _little We reaching cident that PicC3diI/at have heard nine of.in"tne Iwrupwi morning .

    mouth of the 8k Johns to the mouth cf the green-scum alligator'ponds': of the peninsula, very generally, a large intermixture of shell for keeping the:corn itsclaima crop, and! :this:must oar ap Iogr; line of carriages WhIch'DCd from theExbibition j' .

    Snwannee, 6y the safe route across the peninsula will not be denied: ;'but it would be very 'pre. and marl, considered them no better than the readers, and we are also"'aware constantly'that before.whUe oar to of the easter end of Long Acre, a good .
    the couple miles and
    the
    can be regularly performed in, about six posterous to'mike this a criterion by which to sand barrens of the more,northern States and, cotton. has .suffered,"most by Unpropitious seasons -. west, north and south. Finding same thing this to existed be the

    hours. This fact, which is indisputable, sufficiently judge of the general dmracter the water.If .- 'consequently, -proclaimed' that the lands of the and the corn crop is also" backward and smalL, case, I alighted and walked into Hyde Park,

    demonstrates thevastadnntageswhiehthe : we were to denounce,..in general terms, the peninsula were not "worth the coat'ot conquering to be needs found alone that sort In of physicking which is entering the,, Commissioners gate'without the .
    ,
    close
    mercantile interests of the country would water of every country in which some bad wa them little hoe work deep, plowing and a slightest inconvenience. The scene upon entering

    , derive from the completion of this short, safe, ter may be found, there is,certainly countryof Thus it was, from, partial evils and'superficial quire.,1n rep every seat was was beautiful occupied tho but extreme.a member,Already of Parliament ;

    and certain channel: of communication betweenthe much- extent whose'water. would. : be coni observations,'that the.' first impressions oiEast grows while its foeman sleeps and" that it makes who;,was anr exhibitor, contrived to
    . Atlantic and It will be demned.East 4.,*. **""* Florida nO tmS'wIth'corn and cotton. Slay it, there make a ,little coterie In.the'Tunisian "depart- w
    Gulf and ; strange, were derived and her whole character fore while it Is -\.
    ;lest few meat to'which r"lftdmitted ,
    young a indulged days and! the
    saw
    Florida in with all Southern ,
    indeed if the enterprising merchants of New ; common portrayed. of undisturbed '
    , growthy make it obstinate whole inauguration scene under the happiest
    .. York, Boston, and New Orleans;who are so immediately countrier is supplied with a due proportion It is a common remark that "East Floridais in its claims and reluctant to give up the pos point of vieir. "

    1 interested in this route, will permitany insects and reptiles. But I am not aware,after the best country in the world for session. Since the curse pronounced in Eden The company kept pouring until the last
    . residence of in the and poor it is conquered only in the:sweat: of the brow. moment; and, at 11 o'clock, gazed. the
    a country man upon
    and the truth
    delay In its establishment. For a sum not many years of this is not denied even The wheat and oat
    wonders
    crops understand are generally of the grand and
    to transept, heard the
    exceeding four hundred thousand dollars, this after having traversed it in different directionsto by those whose prejudices are strongest againstthe good. The former will be harvested before mighty organ from. the West.end, the tones.
    '1 I railroad o'f eighty miles can be completed; the extent of at least six thousand miles,that country, and who know little or nothing of we hold converse Again: That intended wafting their sounds through the maze of Brit

    1I Ii Ii i and when the vast number of travellers who she merits in this respect any preeminenceover its resources. Indeed,jt is impossible for any for seed, should.be fully ripe before cutting ish 'manufactures: and productions' ; while at .
    . and if you want good flour cut wheat the Eastern extremity saw the American
    i North Carolina South Carolina, or Geor your yon E
    it and the immense amount of one who visits the
    would pass over settlements, and witnessesthe when it is in the dongh'stater and never let it Eagle proudly conspicuous over the, bold inscription
    merchandize and produce which would be gia ; and that she should on this account have abundance, ease, comfort, and even,luxury get wet again after it has been once dried.- which marked the region of the .U.' .

    transported by it, are considered, no doubt can acquired any higher distinction than these latter in which the poorer classes of inhabitants can Thresh and put it away at once. States' productions-long lines of beautiful .

    be entertained that its stock would prove most States, can only be explained the fact live, not to be forcibly struck with the truth I : women with 'officers and gentlemen tae filling up ..
    that celebrate her. the back ground, and ineTery way was
    she has had greatcr/0efr of this observation. There but UftIlalttotla. eye .
    profitable. are few in- turned some surprising natural artificial ohfeet
    , Enough has been already stated to showthat Were we to credit the exaggerated statements dustrious men in the peninsula so poor as not was to be seen ; the tout ensemble was altogether .

    the advantages of internal communication which which have been circulated respecting the mosquitoes to have abundance of corn, vegetables, and SPIRITUAL RAPPINGS. most beautiful.. Punctually at 12 d-

    , East Florida enjoys are much greater than of the country, we would infer that fruits, which cost them but little labor, and A poetical Poem after Poe, (with a sharp stick.)] click by the long Queen and animated arrived,cheering.her entree being She seated marked

    of other in the United Statesof the atmosphere of the whole peninsula was plenty of cattle hogs and which multiply NOT BT "PEVITOS.
    those any country poultry, herself on a chair,raised on a platform, surmointed -
    the same extent, and it only requires a glance freighted with this insect, and that it was im- without expense. They have, with but "Once upon a midnight stormy,a lone batch- by a spacious elegant blue canopy
    elor
    nhere within the of East Attorney pondered many a curious ,volume adorned with feathers with Prince.Albert on
    the osition of the possible any boundary little exertion venison ,
    at geographical f peninsulato more turkeys, and other of his hearts lore
    forgotten ; while he nod her ',left.: They were 'accompanied by the
    perceive that it is no less favored as regards Florida to'enjol one hour's repose if not ensconced game, than their families can coisume; ded neArly' napping, suddenly ,there came a Prince of Wales and the Princess RoyaL:' The

    its facilities of external intercourse. Besides within the walls of a mosquito bar.- and there is scarcrly a neighborhood in the tapping, as of some one gently rapping-rapping court circle was Completely formed, ma-

    possessing an extent of seacoast nearly twiceas The truth of the matter if, that 'there. are in peninsula in which fish and turtle ire not at his chamber door. .uTis' the spirits!" king a tableau never to forgotten. The Queen

    as that of other State in the Union. East Florida, as there are in Virginia, Mary within a convenient distance. They have be- and he started, Crapping at my chamber door. looked remarkably well. She wore the Order
    great any Oh for I'm
    help I"
    frightened.sore! of the Garter, a pink brocade dress, .shot with
    East Florida occupies a position the most cen land, Delaware, New Jersey, and in short, in sides, their "sugar patch" a :d their "cotton "Then into his chamber flitting, (not even gold,and the Prince looked calmly and proudly;

    tral to all thebest markets of the United States, every State of the Union, certain localities in patch" the former <1 which supplies them once permitting him to fly into the closet, or to happy. '

    I of the West Indies,and of Mexico. Its Atlantic which mosquitoes abound, and these are, for abundantly with sugar and molasses throughout get behind the door) came,the ghosts of fond The Duke Wellington,who this day com -
    , in the of the salt.marshes hearts broken, (with many a ring and other token pleted his eighty-second year, bad been there
    coast is about three hundred and fifty miles the most part, vicinity out year, and the latter with nearly all the
    and two hours
    sat them before and the Commissioners
    I ) they down beside him on.the nearly .
    long, and that which borders on the Gulf of along the coast and near the swamps and water : clothing which they require in so mild a cli- dusty bookstrewn,floor,-sat, them down amid and all the officials and ladies of the household }

    Mexico is of nearly equal extent ; and both of courses of the interior ; but the dry oak and mate.It the volumes of most venerable lore. 'Quoththe surrounding the throne, presented. a

    I i those coasts have numerous bays, inlets, and pine lands, which form the basis of East Florida is scarcely necessary to remark that a lawyer-'What a bore!I" scene of extraordinary splendor. The National .

    harbors: which are accessible at all seasons of are as free from mosquitoes as are similar country which all will admit is so good for the 1t must be something serious this is certainly Anthem a most was performed delightful, effect and the in music the glass produced

    the year. The markets of Charleston and ca* soils in any of the other States. Had _our poor man. cannot be bad for the rich man: thee it-resurrection: mysterious, quite an advent of the Spir- building. Prince Albert, with the Commas-
    But
    conamore. I understand
    varnish are not more than: thirty hours' sail troops passed seven summers In tents tear to s:>which so readily yields a gooTsupport to item mostly'here there came a rap so ghostly sioners, presented himself before ,the Queen
    from the mouth of the St.Johns river; and the I salt marshes of Maryland, as they
    city of New York can be reached front the most on the coast of Florida, they would have I other. There is certainly no country in thee paler done heretofore'as he started, and for his the face door grew down pale he and fell ,programme.Queen when she I could read not her hear reply the, from tones the of spot the. .

    distant ports ol the Atlantic side of the peninsula found the mosquitoes as troublesome in th ,I United States where the planter' can turn his upon the floor 1 where I was placed, but the fact is, anyjsortal

    in about six days, in sail vessels. New former as they! have proved to be in the lattercountry capital to such good account as he can at this "Then there came a clatter and his teeth be- voice is lost in the vast edifice. Archbishop -

    Orleans can generally be reached( from the ; but it would be very unfair to proclaim time in East Florida; none there any country gan to chatter as the spirits, gathered round of Canterbury, which then was delivered followed the by'prayer the Hallelujah of inauguration -

    I ports on the Gulf side in two! or three days ; on this account that mosquitoes were in the world when he can live more'luxurious- him. and aeeoted him "YUT'WI'ej'ho'W"j--WUh Chorusof Handel;'under tbe direction of

    r nnd Havana: Mitanxas: and ether West India much more abundant in Maryland than they 1,. He has here: within his reach all the luxuries handsome face all smiling, and with winning Sir Henry R.Bishop. The effect of this was

    markets not more than thirty-six hours were Virginia or in any.other State in which of the tropics united to those of northern words beguiling, he had charmed away the most striking, and the voices of the choristers
    are senses of fair maidens by the score) and each were here in the fullest .
    mil from Tampa Bay, which u near the. centreof the matter had not been;tested by similar exposures. latitudes[ and both of these he can enjoy in a lass had fondly fancied 'twas her he did adore. procession was then perfection.A formed of a most. interesting .

    the western coast. It is needless to dilateon Yet such was the standard by which climate which is itself a luxury.A .' Quoth the lawyer-'Nevermore !? character. The state heralds preceding -

    this subject, as reference to the map is all East Florida>> was judged. PHYSICIANgt "Startled.;at the stillness broken by reply :Messrs. Paxton, Fox and Henderson, led
    so aptly spoken for the answer the way. Then came all the officials:
    engaged
    that is required to convince the most common Fleas are much more abundant in Florida strange
    Northern enough, quite a relevancy bore; they began a in constructing:;the building; afterwards the
    observer of the great superiority of geographical than: they are in the and Middle :frulturai. noisy rapping-sort spiritual clapping which foreign acting commissioners; and most singular .
    i position which East Florida enjoys over States; but they are not more so than in the the lawyer thought could be but a fashionable was it to see all the various costumes worn

    I I any other country in North America. sandy districts of Georgic, Alabama. ; and other From the Charleston: Mercury. encore, and again, as if'his soul in. that word by hard-headed capable men from every quarter

    ,The fisheries of East Florida will find a ready Southern States.JfouseJiies We coppied yesterday, from the Albany Cultivator he would' outpour,' did he groan out IN'evermore Commissioners of the world. Then followed the Royal
    whom Inoticed Mr.'Cobden
    ,
    among -
    ,an interesting article on the modes of
    market in the neighboring India ports, are by no Deans so numerous in drainage. A not less interesting branch of the ."Presently his;: soul grew stronger: hesitating dressed in a' plain black coat. Then followed ,.
    an-1 must, from their immense extent, become East Florida as they are.in the Northern and same object is the effect of drainage on health, then no longer"''Oh!' said he, 'sweet spirIts the y venerable Duke of Wellington walking -
    i source of great revenue to the country. The Middle States, which is probably owing to the and in our Southern country this, matter".is of your forgiveness I implore: on my knees, tonel'1 side by side with the Marquis of gnb'tsea
    ghostess who to love has both, were loudly eherred. ,The foreign 'ambassadors -
    moment, ; played the hostess .
    the great and deserves far more attention -
    extensive influence of the breezes
    herds cattle sea as
    T .at ot East Florida and hogs will ,
    than, it has yet received. On this point weffind I will promise to recant the many faithless I among whom Mr.Lawrence appearedto
    ,ls<> find an extensive market in those ports ; same is true of Cuba and of other West India the following paragraph in the same number of things I swore 1 Will you promise to leave considerable advantage from his :age and
    jtx-ver.il ur.bleh, from their great proximityto islands. the Cultivator: me?" here he pointed to the door. Rapped the I commanding! appearance, followed and her
    'N nermore I Majesty's Ministers, headed by Lord John
    the peninsula it will be practicable to transport Alligators abound in the rivers, lakes, and spirits ,
    .
    SAlUTARY EFFECTS OF DRAINAGE.President 'Be that word our sign of parting* said the Russell. These were loudly applauded$
    them a1ir ponds of the country, and are probably more Hitchcock, of Amherst college, in his late report hapless wight, upstarting'hie. ye hence into and lastly the Queen and Prince .Albert, the
    '
    Oranges and other tropical fruits can be numerous than in any of the other Southern on' tho'Agricultural Schools of Europe, the darkness, seek ye out some distant shore. one leading the Prince of Wales, and the other
    transported from East Florida to the Charleston States. mentions a very sinking case of the benefits of In the noisy camp .of forum, in the lonely sane the Princess Royal, closing the procession,
    drainage on the health and longevity of the inhabitants sanctorum such ghostly grimy ungainly guests with the royal Prussian;:guests at. the: palace,
    and Savni.nih markets in less than two East Florida has a due proportion of mater of the district., It was. a part' of a were never seen before. Leave my loveliness and the ladies of the household.The .
    days and to the markets of New York andNew snakes;' but there is 'perhaps no State in the large tract of country in France, over which unbroken -here he opened ,wide the doer. procession first marched along the.Bni l: .

    Orleans in a muck shorter time, and con Union in which snakes. of every other description there was a Scattered and miserable population Rapped the spirits'N eTermore V' ish or western naves,_ and then; re-crossing:: thetransept I.-
    the mean length of whose lives did not "So these "fuen'esia of e1'i1--tpirits stilltho1 passedon to the eastern extremity, -
    sequently in much better condition, than they are so.scarce. This fact is attributable e'to exceed tw'ent.fi181ears." !The unhealthiness: most uncivil-they :will never leave the the Unite 'States' end. At every step new*c-

    can from the nearest.West India'islands; and the general absence of rocks and stones in the was caused by the periodical inundation of numerous lawyer, tho' in ',tears he may implore. 'At his .clamations. arose ; .the music from .the various: ; '.
    this great advantage, together with a protec- peninsula, and to_the sweeping which pervade marshes,' "which. brought pestilence false heart they are tapping they are rapping: organs saluted' the procession as it passed, and
    tire July of.20 per cent., must enable the. 'fruJtgrowers .the 8rues7wooda'ererY fall to an immense with the overflow. M.; Neziere, says President rapping, rapping, and he wishes,oh how vainly thus every person In the ,building was enabledto
    .
    Hitchcock 1600 and in see individual in the The -
    "purchased acres/ t that his haunted life were o'er and he often every cortege.
    of.East Florida to supply our domestic extent and which .must necessarily destroy two years succeeded in draining all the ponds, sighs-"Oh!'could I but recall the days of Queen then declared 'the Exhibition opened?'
    markets flth better and cheaper fruits thacan : a every snake that comes within their range. and introducing" successful cultivation, with yore I would flirt-ah'Nevermore."-Arkansas and the trumpets and artillery announced.th6
    be obtained from any other source. The sketch which I have giTen"ot East Florida the most marked benefit as to health. Before Traveller. .. fact to the countless multitude outside.. The

    The sugar,cotton, and' other staples of East '.in these communications will no doubt surprise the drainage was'finished, the per, centage of .' whole auditory'&rose to'giTe..a parling'di er.
    his domestics, sick with fevers, was as high as or series of deafeningacclamationsofJo.y, ana. ,
    Florida,can be transported to the best American many: of, your readers whose ideas of the twenty,from June to Octoder 15., '''After the OLD the cerempny terminated by the retireinent'otthe.Queen

    and European markets ins much shorter country have been derived from the misrepreamtations drainage, the proportion fell successively to Two men J tolerably well dressed stoppedthe who went back to Buciingham Palace
    time and at much less expense and 'risk than which were so'extensivelyspread at six, five, three, :and finally to one-half per. "other'evening, between nine and ten o' in the state in which she had come. .
    cent clock, at the'door of a grocer in the Rue de The multitudes inn the Park were'Countless.
    those of Louisiana and_ Mississippi, ,as 'I in .the the commencement' of the'war,.when.the peninsula NorandL They were both laughing immoderately I looked through the glass window: and sea' ofhuman

    transportation of the former the whole navigation i had been but partially visited and scarcely "The Soil'' of the South a. intelligent and talking in a loud tone of voice.. "I beings surrounded, me on sllaidea.Everybody .
    of the Gulf.of' Mexico and' that through stall understood.' .generalize from insufficient very,) tell you yes,".said one. "? bet yon it is'nt,''replied was.in,'a good llumor2anda11 thesuperstitious ." '
    monthly. published at Columbus. ;,Go*,_and, devoted the: other. '"W.ll, Jet'11.' bet," said the presentiment"of mischief which ".
    the dangerous straits of Florida can be'avoided. ? data,is.a com1ion,error,"'and.never' was it to agriculture, has the following remarks first. And at these words,:they both entered had been.formed.the imaginations pt some -
    As,this is. the last of my series'of communications more forcibly illustrated, than: in the case of on the prospects of this month: the'store where the grocer.was all alone behind : minds, 'were wholly falsified. Never:'was so

    on,the character of East Florida. I cannot East Florida,whose whole' character was so the-counter.. : great a spectacle ;inaugurated with..so much
    close it.without'--briefly adverting; to:al town f unreservedly denounced:6t those.who had .but THE PROSPECTS: OF THE CROP. 'DolJousell ,molasses?" asked"one'ot the good and tranquility; In the presence: "of '
    We. have asked 'for information ,and have I men. <* perhaps half million of human beings. .
    those topics on which the country... 'has been zoaimtartpreaen : the first glimpse of her features. It JaDO.t'lul been! no'indifferent observers of the indicationsof "Yes, gentlemen""Well The !,Queen? E$ :lefikpP&:the .
    & .. that who had: been subjected t io the and ire forced to the '... ..
    men
    : t prising growing crop, conclusion give me two pounds.. company began to"circulate.; ,Perhaps,your
    The report of Surgeon .General :Lawson in severe hardships,:and 'privations c should have that the first of May_ has'rarely'tbund "HaveJoar. jug.: sir 7" :., : readers at a distance will proceed pith me Jn a
    more backward or with less ItNo iD hat.n tour throughout 1 the various departments
    unfavorable'medium us prospects prom ;put m'1 rapid
    1839: viewed the
    ,gave the rep entaUon-reapaeting the health of the peninsula country. which- :was.the scene- of their sufferings;; i toss'cutting off, .at a.single blow, eorii';'cot-' uYadon'tbe-atrald''ponr; it In, it is a bet. strike:the visitor.upon entry ceLeiUl"er. 'at the
    and years of subsequent1observation and.hence.we f find! ,, that it was,from.the partial tone:and wheat,'as has happened some of our The grocer took the hat,'put it in his scales north. or: south:end.of the,,transept,", are/two.
    have tended still further to:dissipate the tTila..hlch: weredheoantemed. by her,first explorers former:;springs, but there has been a series"'of// and:i poured:Inj not;without laughing,'the! two magnificent gates stretching acmes,WhTch having
    ,error. disastrous : moINes ordered.. passed he finds himself in the centra of the
    of ,discouragingcasdalities,' which pounds of as _
    The.false'Impressions which have been con; that the general character. of East, by l slower. but not'less certain effectshave, hem "Very.well,". said the singular customer,,taking building,' ;amidst ,statuary,.;fountains,.palm .'
    veyed respecting the iaJs and resovreet of the Florida was portrayed. ) the crops in check, until we,sire getting to be op his hat,"pay yourself;". and he threwa trees;and rare tropical! shrub the equestrian} .
    peninsula will bt but of:short'duration. The r jit,was natural enough that_then.whose duty later in startingthemJotr, than we should have five franc on the counter'. *. statues of theQaeenandPriiueAlbertformingthe
    ;
    resources of'tbie' ounbj wilt: have been compelled them ta, mareh'for;the most part hem E by a killing frost the middle of:April*'followed I The'grocer'opened' his drawer' d begantd; most prominent features]'amidst an infinite
    sufficiently '
    by' 'favorabVseasons.: -'. evcraI ,'-h and count out the change: ; *, ti J "* 1--: :. multitude'bfobjectEcaach'af>> whiciisdisplsyed] .
    developed. in a few yeirgj.'ii .by the- through swamps\ sad"aooraasa'sliould'! ( ,_have" raiD have dwa pfliheadoldo ver\thigregioai ."Excuse-me sir." said the1'owner of the'tit, to the best'advantage.: Along the: sate,'potif'

    immigrants: ; :who Jure already ,entered :th* stigmatized' roads 9ti,East.IfOrt4.; :as .the 1 ofthe'conatryw i thliigtlie'Uledr'owniiigthe; Interrupting him.,."bnt yourkolawes,has very towards the east and the west, there Is:ftltf**

    State;to give triubpWt refutation t) the Misrepresentations worst nthe.world.g.' ., ,I -Sate aadbattoaissadsealtnfY; .n p theyegetatiag six larodor.'t vJV"It -> gsnticstatnarylnmarblebrbnie': ;
    on these points. r. whose" priV! tions'adex' seed close and hard In the earth consequently',, Is very good.,.I assure yon," said the. :groey .and sine;the latter of a very.rem arkablo.char. *9
    Others hardship .
    ,, ; ; preventing theyouug cotton'plantromgoniiag're : ,,n" '.* T 4-f sf'PjSSSNo sate?. .
    The false statements respecting: the general .', ''In'certain unhealthy. ; positions we cap; at fclfc or best,'very'.feebly.,* Addedrto'.$his,: < it smells badly;tmelftt ybamlf.The "' '-'o ; ; Mmoit;the:first object,'whlch'rrets! : you ,
    chanter of ihe'tro/er in the:'peninsula,scarcely the causes of'diseaae, regard ed-: jthQ,whole of i we naWnad frequent light frosts through;the. -. !tbo-confidinggroccp'reachtd'over\'his i;attention isc the- KooinoordLanond;secured.in
    .
    merii_ 'refutation. There: are;: t a Ji CountriesIn this new' country,as,It' 'itleA nT"lad" 'month:'of April> ,'which si&itInderedalnioet head;arid:pot his nOM'do"'tCf a el-; but his 'a strong cage of fronf richly glided f icadb
    th represented entirely: *.the growth of theiy'onn g'Pltz1it; ndcausing usto D"isuc1deia17'c liedu.!: .'-hat toverthegrocer's ;a;contrivance,:hthi,, .?preol aria, joblthlChia: -
    .;,jr9r 4 tprod tlch\ ao ismpte'supplcf y It M'*uch in the pubUo: 'rints. < ; r ;' tints
    .
    C ., > largo*q Quantities; t to.dieactd con. bUd;and TrUh a vigorous blow push- 'pUoed'en a small pedestal; .. -.
    good and wholesome:water distributed'as' i .!fhey t .'who chanced to be!'stationed set the :atantl-dfmmiahlnii V stand/ which was not>i at" edit down.over his eyes;. Aocomplkeyprofitio >> -' '.1llto the strong;iron chest u ...
    through: :East Florida. 'The very"Urge number r aitlt='mai\ aadjiwampson'titindrti: o first good,' until'-there:'Is."getting-to'be mneh ?bv.opportunity,;planted Ms:'hand Into 'rests/sotfcstltissafe' and e ;
    of river : ; : \) the :drawer 'drew,oat alt the money and 'ids, /;:'fCro"a flocked round'this:
    crjeeks.andlakea whldkmarbeseeno tiad ndt ) ,wmPaty'and'minj"ire hear/are-beginnlg; ,to, I ;,;open ; .
    J
    \ omcinded
    ,, w tQJrQject ihem : .
    .. ..11( ."'ffL".v.: .d. ,.... ..... ." '.ofxmnejt ;;plongrbp'and plantoTertigalThateiay ; ca i the.two'fledbefore. thomnfbrttmale?grocercould '-.. re I_lie brilllaiitiy; ;; .}.. .,-..sr
    rpWi_ djslrjbuted.over"tbe'map:) ; .:...of, thcoaatry e' < *L.) ast,'Florida:'WM .JW*excellent,et,' tions, are'to the"least of them,'.bad for'theforthcoming I ltaercry.cotortget.th: :.hat of ihis'head. ,f Along the wholeletgth of the:s- :If[ 'Iii '

    ,it>zord: : .9tJ p Iwely tart ultD":m-. land olt mosquitoes.+ .. **-. v .* '. .", v 1 : crop .in. _this,part .of the, country,; ..'. .,"-" -'.'v'j *.--.',- 'the centre otthenavCjis: s ; b_. .1 :'. .

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    .I NEWS;; "of. D ss : laB' Arrival, | :TTIPSJON( 8i'tYO: S 1- iojcARIHART'ih
    4.T'OJN.Y
    "VT-HE' *I ',' .; Ne'wVQkQde; J1s,,& .:Mo-' In : :ATj0ffico ""' 'r\-:
    the
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    ConrI1cuse
    IS published every' SATURDAY,'at:JacksonHIeiin'the -O up. .

    I County, of Doval, and',Stain of Florida;, ',"THE : } R- GOODS' ,e .. '-' >' bile. .Express, WILL.mebtJa'the:.eTinl: : ..... ::
    .
    er : : ..Eastern Circu otP1orid&-.,
    :.'BY. CHARLES BYRNE. IlARtUS, ? on hand and offers r 'BY'EVEB'Y...c' :.. ..' .I STEAMSHIP.OFFICES S .: tend to- the ollectWnofclahn.s: ?
    << -
    sent. prices;a new and : ? State4 for 3flhitirjSeinlcesind fofffi

    .PLIX.I.IVI1IGNTOY,' Editor.TERMS' and Winter Goods, Street 'New York and oiother property lost 9'c51yyrbj: !
    ; J ( No.19Wall sad
    In" the Dry Goods service.Alsoclainis. .
    I 1!. .. St.'Chatles Hotel l Building N.Orleans.: ,-n;, .
    ; of Fancy Articles;se to'euionaofdjub), or
    The t Houses-; Mobile.Agent, M.BOOLLEMET.: or*(he Widows /d"Orpbansodecej
    .
    rxR ABXCX, IN ADTAKCC.B3Adv :
    Timr: DOLLARS abored to have goods .ar 13- Every- :attention paid to .i Ae collection: of 1 :Also, claims for Bounty Land to'O

    t .itlsements will be inserted on the followO ducted by enable him to keep his Drafts, Notts, frc., eoldi*r and the:idowa' -,and'. Orpht,. n ,

    I ing.rus. c orli irsnnd'joldiers.: .,. \
    and under he has received i Also'wII! give his i altentiontoco '
    .ic dollar per square twelve line PENSION AND,flOVILAND. .
    75 for each subse that they can find just. ex.mrning Tit'es! and Recorded
    for the first inseition and cents : S
    k fot'the officers and oMen of the
    Store, at prices lug claims to Lands. .
    die OBTAINED .
    Cuentlnsemnn. ToearJQdyerti.enaliberal BY* He would say to those ,'war,or their legal represent AH business entrusted to him wnJ D

    coutt will be made. law, I will be is ready .tire. *., prompt attfntion and all
    always (
    ;
    mcera'and
    Pensions for life:,for widows of such lristrnmeati'.j!
    advertisements most be paid for before Ir- House d -
    ; 03: All well assur 1800. tine: will be executed by himwith
    marrired previous to
    soldiers who lI a '
    t seraon,unless by a regular castomer. By referring the first The stock consists despatch.. t".

    to jar terms,the requisite sum maybe ascertained following I .. .' 'JfllCSksonYiI1tJJaD., ,S 1851.WM. .
    ID>
    I will Y A -- .
    I JEQ1tJH .
    t and transmitted with the advertisement. pay ; Plain and Figured 1"r.
    .
    with the number against 0 I French and American, I the widows 'or' minor : ,: -
    Advertisements not marked For the surviving or 117.TITNN0
    A D Blue ,,
    L k year "' *; White and S ;
    I insertions required,will be continued until forbid penses ; Cashmere and Delano children deceased officers and privates, FACTOR fCOMMISSIOAVMERCR

    and charged for. portion of ; Worsted. Hoods; Plain S ,,:'served in the ,<<.rala Commercial Wll .
    I,"' ih.
    Ii GPFive:: dollars will be charged for all announce ted uated on !I .and*; Vettings Red Planets;Gri-enand;Scotch. War of 2312, with Great Britain; the Feb. 14.-11 Chalet enJ. '

    J me tu ofcandidates for nfice.! '')'.; Tweeds; White Mexican War;' .or in any' of the' Indian .
    achua
    Ode square for Sax Months : i $10 00 t at every price ; La. afcItOBERT' -
    4 Notice to Debtor and Creditors, t : 7 00 Thousand Lu L Fringe: ; Gunti and But' War, since 1790. ATTORNEY BAKER11-
    V where the claim established *.COTJNSELLORAT:
    as follows, u ; Kid Gloves; Bonnet Terms moderate u ,
    Application for Letters! o Administration 5 00 Mrs. Gary, t and Fancy Work Boxes; otherwise no charge. JACKSONVILLE' : E.. FtA. ;
    03 AU religious notices will be inserted gratui- John H Culiyne; Knive,,; .The Subscriber is allln appointed Agent in the District WILL practice
    -- the Courts' ,
    other anieira in of the
    longing to mnny ofColumbiafurthe
    flu Circuit in
    Hamilton
    mention. of the
    :: All admissable personal communications will vy and (: WM in P DEWEES. British Commercial Life Insurance cnit.In DeDton and Hillsboro county counties middi at

    \ c'jarpeJ is advertisements. tf Company, Southern circuit in the Supreme eonrUtfJ

    4 03" All bills for Job Printing must be paid on the Established in 1820,and empowered by art of Parli- hunf', and in the United States District:
    Nor.
    ) delivery ni the work. 30 : C tnrnt.fur the insurance of Lives and the endowment orFlorid3j; and will pl'OStcutecWais airaiaiS
    of children,in London New York ofWashington City. United States before
    I 03: All communications must be addressed to Congress and the',
    I, riTcii: CAPITA 93,000,000. ments at Washington '
    ;.,
    'be' Editor, paid. BY {
    postage
    I t law, I will MEDICINES. Communications 'addiessed to the subscriber, Being located Jacksonvelle/br Ue.lt
    : House door Washington, D, C.,will receive prompt attention. give his entire and unremitting attenUnuiprofession .
    Ii! t G R E E N'S the first i : SJltctJl in the M.,THOMPiON>> and: all business entrusted t, .

    i Ii following of Attorney at Law,and Comm liolier of care shall meet with prompt attention. ,

    i I :; \ TYPE FOUNDERY will pay Catarrh, Deeds for North and South Carolina. J, McROBERT BA.IlL',

    I t No. 128 FULTON SrrftRT, Sun BUILDING, g.unit M. Dyspep. I P. S.-Rf'rtr.ifnece..u"tu. beHu..r'lrDel'art. August 24 1850. '-
    menu.and Members Congress.centrally.
    J NEW \UBC A. D.
    year Piles Female ,November, 1850. 2m
    Washington City J. IttcBODEKT
    I No, 17 CANAL STRUT How, Nfw; ORLEANS. expenses ,nA.KEn- .,.
    &c. &c.
    portion : ATTORNEYS .AT LAW,1ACltSONTILLI'l.rNOTARY
    TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND ing; and AGENCY OP DR. FITCH'S PUBLIC.COMXISSIOMEK .

    PRINTERS. and known Shoulder '
    confidence I invite the trade before ship 9 S, I 6es, and Lec CELEBRATED MEDICINE. ; appointed by the'following.'

    WITH purchase elsewhere, to give me a acres more and the to take Testimony, Ajfidariit $ Acl J..
    '
    I call at No. 123 Fulton-street, New York, or at on the !i -0< >0- 'edgemeats to be used therein: ':_ :

    -3 I No. 17 Canal-st. Row, Ne* Orleans. where I am heirs of 1lgLife and Pnlmounry Balsam, Depurative Syrup, S Maine, Virginia Vermont, Massachuse ,;
    by the : .t1ge Pectoral Expectorant, Heart Corrector, Connecticut New York .
    ready to furnish them with all kinds of Pennsjlvanis_
    Pulmonary Liniment Humor Corrector
    ,
    $ BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE? Township Debw.re'hl'1landNorth Carolina
    ,
    Pure.a'nd Medicinal Cod Liver Oil
    96-100 Agent for the sale of South! Carolica, ,Georgia, Ala. ,
    V of the newest and most beautiful style. I ntn North by keep themconstant- Anti.Dyspeptic Mixture,Cough and Cathartic barns lW S3ippi, Texas. x

    p Z also prepared to supply the much admired d ecd., on store, in the Town of Pills, .Nervine, Vermifuge, Female pe- July, 271S50. ly
    : Scotch letter, having lately procured from Scotland twenty cific, Female Pills, &c. &c.,

    4 a series of these beautiful faces, together lands of J L. ROGERS. Used by him constantly and wiTh unprecedented MCQUEEN McINTOSI
    ;. with every variety of form and pattern of on the svccess in the treatment of

    ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, N Brush Colds, Coughs, Consumption ethma, Heart ATTORNEY AT LAW;
    S Notice. Diseases Dyepepsio! crofuln, Skin attend tbe Circuit "
    Bordering &c. I feel assured that the eleganceand Range 19 WILL Courts r '.
    more or will present my ac Diseases, Rheumatism, Female Circuit; the United sta1i
    of all the manufactured
    accuracy Type by North,by : to the lion.Judge or "Complaints, Piles, District Court at St. Augustine; the'Supra
    bo Founder in the
    cannot surpassed by
    me any lands of the for a final &c. &0. Court'nt Tallahassee and
    county, > ; prosecute Claiaaffc
    method in the
    Union. By an entirely new
    from the further Dr. Fitch's unequalled citizens in of Florida
    and casting lam enabled to retain the by Levy's 4 any part against the(&*.:
    mixing on the ate of John,M. Muf- Patent Silver PUtcd Abdominal eminent Washington, either before -'I'
    tIle the metal and Congrts
    virtues of
    of component parts uand. and lso all Supporters. Dr. or at the D _
    q per ptrtments. i iJ2r
    thai in addition to the
    to produce an elegant ,
    most 19 E, ngitinst tbe estate of Fitch's Improved Plated Steel S ADDRESS, Jac ksox vifte,East Eo41" 1-
    bounded as au requested.topre- Spring Shoulder Brace. Dr. .
    'S SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE, of M E Levy l'1t '._Silver Inhaling Tube. May 11. 1850, t!

    :: heretofore offered to the public., To this last Levy and ,Adm'r. ....

    '. feature I would in particular call attention,for Lake, and > j25 6in Dr. Pitch's celebrated Six LecturesON II. D. Ki: N DlClCK,.

    4. ':. solidity and durabilty of Type is on the principle N Brush THE PREVENTION AND CURE OF ATTORNEY'

    h all typographers.of economy, of the The greatest members importance of the craft to 31,Township Notice. Consumption, Asthma, Dif eases ofthe Heart, &t., A Jt DCouis S
    100
    I I' ",1JIalao find me ready to supply all ktnds of on theNorth acres I will apply -to the ana on the method of preserving Health S **- .-..,rllr- .nt,. 'La.... .
    t ) Duval county, Flori and Beauty to an old age. 'cr'- .
    PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE, on the South the Exccutorship of This Book should be in every family. .To WILT: practice in'the several([Courts.f

    .I for the establishment complete Printing Offi.t Murphy heheirs of Stephen J. Eu the Consumptive points out the only reasonable S, Circuit, and iu the ountio
    ces, such as Presses, Wood Type, Cases,$ I hope for reifef. To mothers, the directions lIiJIab rough And Benton. of the Southern C
    .
    I .Brass,Press and Wood Rules!, Imposing Stones, Township 9 EUBANK Ex'r. i it 'forthecnreand education Children cult of Florida. -

    L t Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Rig- North 100 more or the >> are invaluable. IS.000copiesofthisflook bare ..Tampa Bay, October 2Sth.18-19.-nov.11 -
    4 lets. Closet Racks, &c., &c. by passed: through the press,and the sale continues
    3 OU Type taken in exchange for new at 9 ving trustee 1':1 unabated. ,PHILIP. Fit AS UK,: T

    ''d cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most the on the East South by discontinue For &ileby &. S. FITCH& Co.,707 Br ad- ATTORNEYS: COUN5ELLOR4j4J
    solicited the
    p liberal terms, and patronage on my pre .
    New York and
    I ground furnishincjto the purchaser article on the West place, all persous nay; A. M. REED. JACKSONVILLE, 'Fu_, :.*

    with which he will be pleased and which.will Brush deed. i 'are requested WILL Attend to any profeuionaiIuain
    Jacksonville Sept. 28. 1650.
    fi bring him the worth of his money. next other to him in the Courtsot

    1 Editors and Printers wishing to establish a will be placed in Eastern Circuit, nnd the Supreme Courts,.
    DrPi1c1's
    I Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished for suit: Guide to Invn. Tallahassee. He has also such' ad
    : I Id to an
    with an estimate detail of the cost by Agent, to col *, or Directions persons using Dr. Fitch's geous connectionwith an able Lawyer J2f\Y

    I aUtingsixc of paper and kind of work to be ex Alachua : 'any otllt business remedies, to, be bad, gratis, of. all his Agents ington City.;as :willeulurea- 'nro'mnt .",r.H<

    ecuted. BY B. COLE. dy collection of such claims- as- j--may--r-be WM,-plic J

    Publishers of Newspapers who will insert law,I will 1851 j"Dll Alachua Oo. Tax Collector's Sale. in hands against .United.States. J
    this advertisement three months and send me dcorin the : Scpt.8tbl&49.,
    Monday I I virtue ,rA:1thoritlJIJ me Tested by law ly :
    the pipers contiining it,add reared to"NcslttCs Notice. BY : -
    Retiste1 JVew York, will be paid in materials I will expose for sale,in front ofthe Court B OUNT: ; Y L NDJ
    House door in the Town ;
    of my manufacture, provided they purchase six ing and undersigned willt Newnansville! en
    .
    - of the first :Monday in Juno' A. D Ib51 the '
    ; times the ameunt of their bills advertising. Twenty Judge ANDGENERAL
    II. II. GREEN, AUchua, Executor of the Ex- following named sections or so much thereof as '

    I JVb. 123 Fnlton-st New York, and ; less, or so of the county of will puiytbe8tit and County Tar, Assessed a- AGENCY; ..
    \V
    No* 17 Ctn ilt. Row. JVW Orleans and county guinst JosephLawto'nnnd-due: thereon for the ASUING1'ON.,.Dc"
    together Executor. year A'.D, 1850, together with all necessary expeuves '-.' ft
    Alacbua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. tbe sale O. 6m attending na sale, the same containing JOSEPH WALKER: ,, wni-. :

    ."Arredondo 3000' acres, situated, lying, and being in the prompt! and efficient attention to the o&
    BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested bylaw said county Alachua; and lyiog&'the north LAND CLAIMS officers and soldiers engaged
    ,I'will expose for sale before the court house side of tbe "Auedo do Grant," 'And known as the late Florida, War. or cither of .the WI

    door,in the town of Newnansville, on the first November ; 0.HOLMES our Gen a portion of Formannez Grant. Wars' in which the.United: States luvebeeadgaged
    Monday in Jane, A D, 1651., 90 much of the :- ,to settle any '- C.. L. WILSON' ;' rh'e:! War Kith Great. Britain 'ofJS$

    j lands. of the estate of Win. Uarvin, deed, containing Alachua Palmer&Ferris Stevffand{ Ei.,jf.. Tax.Col taoT< i and,to.any.description busiuewj. rtquitia
    I 400 acres more or less, being a portion BY due the.firm:of _NOT. 30, 1S50. 6m Agent!: or Attorney at Wnshingtoxu Forprtst

    4 of the grant known RS the Win. Oarvin, or so law, I will Mortgage-Note' # !. ring land warrants his charge will be 85.:
    q much. as will. pay the State and Cotfntjr Tax, house door ; Ferrisdeceased.' : .'* ..AuctiaersS: other cftoes it will be proportioned tomtits

    j due thereon,torthe'1ea'l'I together; with all first }; against Palmer j ; tare and:difficulty.>r>i the ease ,:!

    :- necessary. expenses attending the sale, and of the lands deceased will pre ARE requested 'notice the follo..ng'c'. ;' S j? -: thereofboundedufollows; : South, East,North ing and for payment, an Assembly. All who desire tohave A ttorneys in Florida who may'be'emplojed l
    :k And West by Ticantland, in Townships Range & Ferris or Da their terms extended BountyIand and other claims
    county of according to Sections of ,on..terB*.,>vsi
    c 188 and E, situated, lying and being one mite call on T. O.Holmes the Act -
    tosh's -' ,::DUSt'I Te.new ,bonds. S may be'8JTeed upon. Letters (which s,. ,
    West 'of the Town'of Newnansville in said Grant," or jiD nt:, JOIINBF.ARD. be post.paid) will receive immediate'

    county of Alachua. FERRIS, ., Lion '
    and Aug..J7 1650 gfCHARhTIES.tD.WAL
    County -- ComptroVerJ
    ..
    of D.
    C. WILSON Fxa&is dec. r
    Tallahassee
    February 21 '. -
    logeth'r ,; .1851.AN _.
    and Ez- Tax Collector.Noember3o. PALMER. :
    Sheriff Jl. the sale, and l" 'Jr' ... '>.,

    LS 50. 6m _. North by I : 50.' ,tf. A CT.omenaatorv oftfie r several Acts>J ,non in S :A'UCT IO"NE'F1t'. --

    .'Alltcb a Co. Tux Collector's.Sale."BY M decd, And r Bears 1X1- -' _i I I ..force Auctioneers.relating; t.o.., the. appointment. &nd'. duties of-. > :: 'JACKSONVILLE;, Ei ;'
    E.Levy *
    t ..BEARS' OIL and .; fc j3r SltTi inray *A'
    I. f of the
    South :
    VIRTUE part atte
    intat Tested wife SECTION. County
    Authority Bo
    by Florida will it enacted by: the, Senate and to and ,. t..
    J ;. law. I will expose far sale, in front of the lands ofthe will for the'Otf" ;House of Representative ofthe State of Florida] pectulIy"SoUcited.\ (
    pay Jacksonville ..
    May 1848 I .
    Court House doo"rin the Town Newnansville by lands Grease. -' in Oeret1Assethbi.coned.! Tbatihtax' ; 8r .
    Cents -
    Fifty 4)
    f on the first Monday in: Jane A.' ,D tbo ton's ; Auction stilts shall be : ; -j T- -. : ,,,
    : ,. map as ,ftcrt or I trill most upon : ,: twa per cent mI .Notice.-.. ._ ... : ;_
    i 1k following named. sections or so much thereof: "Adnntt G t am t tf good -judge;of upon the gross amount of sahs.ucept on sales! :' :months after'data shall
    d: ft* will pay the State nndCounty, Assessed I II natural state.:. ; of cotton_not damaged,.upon which ,there shall 4 SIX j and touch. ers iu Admin: prt ec.Jq

    : against John Drysdale. deed.,and due thereon I .. ,, r beatazofone half of one per cent. .- .- the Estate of1 George' S.-,
    :1eJ. t for., year ,A.: ,D..1850. together with :all necessary November Ut..E..D. GGIST"J c .Sc2.Beitulartbennacond, .Tbat no/tax: Judge Probates of Payne -'to."tb .

    r ;. :expenses attending ,said.sale, the same I Ijgr .I '& a7 flh.i de6. "on Auction.sales shall be>usseesed or.levied" by I;shall at,the same'time HilfeboroogV to County,

    i :; being a portion! of the bArredondo,'Gr nt,"sittR4 ,Alachim ; : .:; .....: .;,_ : : .' / :anycounty; ,ojrincorporated.town or:city in'this 'discharge>. from .Administration apply said f.oart 4*
    ; ua.tsdIylugnJbethgin the said of BY_ State greater than J -of .'
    ,
    . county v. :!J .__ t" twenty-five per J1Cn. =up said Est te. All
    AUchua and known .State ., persons.intettsttd arc dtsv&
    ,_ follows viz. section 16 law, 1:will : l !I'.r ,ont tax 5S'thQBe U : take 1t tlU. I
    ; township 9 s,'range 18 E containing 634 12-ioQ House door: *,shall preVent our, : $- : 2it :furthtr. enacte .Tbal.iir i n. .. .5 1:0 ?S K.. -It ':-
    9 ,acres,more or: letuTand bounded :as follows.-> the first ,}as administratrix, Auctioneers **"' JOHN' DARtING. -
    north lands who IjaTe heretofore been'appoin.ted r 'f : .. *.:Administratit
    -
    by'th. of, thsct ti of N Wells, ofthe lands r John Stand- to law*' Flat t r' *
    1 deed, east by the lands of Israel Foote and west I. .th'e.. ; ; : and State Florida yet expired according and all kctIoneers'hosball anil comhiissions not Tamp, ;Sept 28th, 1830.-i octl#, (i" -
    by the lands herei"after .
    : Cyrus Perkins. _Also section 16 thousand .OfPIbfttCfjd
    township 8, range,19.containing 636 24100&erea ( Townships 7 : : ,! ;and at'thesame' ,.the period beappointedj&hallhold of th.er8oftice daring In Circliittourt Eastern Sol('CirFlorijia'Jn ; '
    ,
    iixv-
    years from the date of .
    lea their .
    more or and bounded'. follows:- or to much ; GOU1.tOfJette: ( ( ; '
    ..z- north by the lands.of the heirs of N Well*,decd; i County Tax : ; ( r' tlo'1! or Jd.ES- :.ppointmeoti-2rritletl appointed by the Governor tl.tha([alii Auctioneers- ? ( Columbia.: CNA.OI 9UDty;
    East .
    ) by the lands of M B Levy south by'the tog tber d. aWdelred' during the reoezof '
    : lands ,0tIsa0rostrwestbyth the ; : the Otltral'M1mbI7,shall;,hold r&befr office'on1y r :COOK.,-- --- '
    I lands of the *ale&o : ?' I'll ,
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    of tbe ,
    ClnuPukIDIa session of ,the
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    ..- .. .wr5c.iEz.off. Tax.Collector. I situated I>> u j sTP'ri! -trft.jtriL: I T appearing to the satisfaction of the.

    __o'mber3O185O. 6m: : : Bridge on PtifJ' ;111 cf5.JApproYjr t &q rr%! F.. I.J. that toe Detei da1 .Jonn Cook,is a ace.
    .. sident
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    r50'' BUSHELS:OAT..Apply uotlaa24, ; ; qUf'ited4.'inake ON4aaawhieniW.1k' $"" ""b.tt It izOrdered tk*, Unsaid Defendant dosr1

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    ,LETTERS, -, ." T II: JE!j : .. NB'' -'. .1- q"" :GBEAT'EXHIBITION: .IN'i.oND N.
    $ RoyatlnauguniQsfrb ,
    : 1 ti _. the aue ., Priaoe-alb n
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    'A:11i'"napi.aaetl.ue.1 Majeshfs Monsters
    Oa lie Cllmr ate,: ..:., .a.if ,''',.FnftJ'.ba1Ia!
    ; sadors
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    -: .C- ,'" .111 ; an assemblage *fc AM the
    :. : : 2' .- Crystal
    F L0''I DA '. ; r; V/1'' Palace. f,30,000 persons. .

    NO; fl From the Eoropctu..Times,May 3d. .


    of that merchandise;:which is now i 1 . highest public curs oast. has been wound up to the
    : : "- .: . pitch, the'mornlDI of ThurSda theExhibi
    .4 't to and from New Orleans by the: l ,__r _. day fixed fw the opening of the Greatglorious .
    very,dangerous navigation round? the o ; tics o.tthe Industry otall Natloo td mod
    [NO. 98.
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    Florida would find a, safe and speedy .. .. rain ausplcJouaJ.r and hail; On the preceed g craTJ.xe hid .
    with "
    l'Ollllhe peninsula by ,means 'of the : 1st very cold weather but tAe
    .a of
    Mar nniaterrc
    was
    pnir. ho pted b .
    but
    'plated railroad alluded to In my last _en xgver and;baae py scarcely a cloud ; aDd at midday when- tile J

    cation- The average 'time ,required to i < .adage,. 'a,bd bepnning their thlsun Queen ascended len oth.i.1.the throne,.>.-, the.6cttne4.as eft'uJ. ex- et

    the dangerous voyage from the mouth good ending." There u As far as the mortal
    ) arrangement depended
    St. Johns to the mouth of the Suwannee, : ; Qt eat come out In oottoa" upon man, they were perfect; and I rejoice to
    and it : : adrlceJult hire: "hne say that the day passed o1f''lthoutaalDzla.
    the coasts: about eight,days, -
    andnuning this little cident ,that 1 have heard of. I aI&ca-.n Poreaching.Piccadily n
    thai time while the trip Dot
    twice
    tekea ; forget the 'nine inthe '
    at morning..aline
    month of the SU Johns to the mouth and this must our apoljS carriages which..- aftd from the Exhi-

    SuwAnnee fcy the safe route across the ; so' constantly' before o.. hition to the e&Strrend of Long Acre, a good
    i *BO ftware, tnat'while the couple of mnes-and the same thing existed .
    sal, can be regularly performed in most by nnpro itious sea. west, north and south. Finding this tb be the
    hours. This fact, which is indisputable, ; also backward and smalL, case, I alighted and walked into Hyde Park;
    ciently demonstrates the vast advantages' :of physicking which is entering the Commissioners' gate without the .

    the mercantile interests of the country I deep, close plowing and a slightest Inconvenience. The scene upon en
    in, as occasion ,may re teeing was beautiful tho Itnme..Aln&dT
    , derive from the completion of this"short, I ', recollect the seat
    , grass every was occupied;but a member of Par-
    and certain channel of communication : : sleeps, and that it makes liament 'who: was an exhibitor, contrived to
    i the Gulf and Atlantic; and it will be 1d-cotton' ;"" Blajr it, there make a little coterie ID.the"TIUliai&n :depart- ." -
    iI I ;lest a few indulged days ment, to'which Iwas- dmitted andT.... the
    indeed, if the enterprising merchants .of .may' make it obstinate whole inauguration scene nnier the happiest "-

    r York, Boston, and New Orleans;who are : to give up the pos point of view. ,

    t mediately interested in this route, will curse pronounced in Eden The company kept pouring in until the last
    t in its establishment. For a :l in the.sweat of the brow. moment; and, at 11 cloak, I gazed, upon the
    delay
    w any crops, understand, are gen wonders of the grand transept,and heard the
    exceeding four hundred thousand dollars will be harvested be mighty organ from the West end, the tones

    a railroad of eighty miles can be ; ; again. That intend wafting their sounds through the maze of Brit-
    t and when the vast number of travellers be fully ripe before cutting ieh manufactures and productions ; while at .
    I Od.flour, cut your.a eat the Eastern extremity yon saw the American
    would it and the immense
    pass over state, and never:let it Eagle proudly conspicuous over the bold inscription -,
    merchandize and produce which ; it has been once drled.- which marked the region of the U. *

    transported by it, are considered, no at once. States' productions-long lines of beautiful

    be entertained that its stock would prove women with officers and gentlemen filling up
    the background, and in e1'8l'1w&1 the eye was
    profitable. -' 1trOU urned some surprising natural artificial object .
    s Enough has been already stated to show- : I was to be seen the tout ensemble was altogether .

    Y the advantages internal communication RAPPINGS. most beautiful: Punctually at 12 o'-

    s East Florida enjoys are much greater Foe. (with a sharp stick.) click the Queen arrived, her entree being marked -
    by long and animated cheering. She seated
    those of any other country In the United : "pKVrrOR. herself on a chair raised on a platform, surmointed -

    of the same extent, and it only requires a stormy lone batch- by a spacious elegant blue canopy
    many a curious vol adorned with feathers with Prince Albert on
    at the geographical josition of the penin ,
    lore; while he nod her left. .They were accompanied by the
    to perceive that it is no less favored as ; ,' suddenly there came a Prince of Wales and the Princess RoyaL: The

    its facilities of external intercourse. : one gently rapping-np- court circle was Completely formed making

    possessing an extent of seacoast nearly door. "Tis' the spirits!" a tableau never to be forgotten. The Queen
    at my chambar door. looked remarkably well, She wore the Order .
    that of other State in the
    as great as any
    I ned rel"! ; of the Garter, a pink brocade dress, ,shot with
    East Florida occupies a position the most flitting, (not even gold,and the Prince looked calmly and. proudly.
    tral to all thebest markets of theUnited tb fly into the closet, or to happy.

    t of the West Indies,and of Mexico. Its ) came the ghosts of fond The Duke Wellington, who this day completed -

    s coast is about three hundred and fifty ( many a ring and other to his eighty-second year, had been there
    e ) down beside him on the nearly two hours before, and the Commission
    r long, and that which borders on the ,-' sat them down amid ers and all the officials and ladies of the household '

    Mexico is of nearly equal extent; and i ; venerable lore. Quoth surrounding the throne, presented a

    e those coasts have numerous bays, inlets, bore!F1 scene of extraordinary splendor. The National ...

    harbors, which are_accessible at all serious; this is cer doted Anthem most was performed, and the music pro-
    a delightful effect in the glass
    advent
    an of the
    the year. The markets of Charleston and amore. But I understand Spir building. Prince Albert, with the Commissioners -

    vannah are not more than thirty hours' : came a presented himself before the Queen
    from the mouth of the St.Johns river; and Hors dissemble rap as so he ghost has and read the Report as described in the official
    programme. I could not hear the tones of the
    city of New York can be reached from the his' face grew pale and Queen when she read her from the .
    the: door down he fell reply, spotwhere
    distant ports of the Atlantic' side of the I was placed, but the fact is, any aortal
    voice is lost in the vast edifice. Archbishop -
    sula in about six days, in sail vessels.
    I a clatter, arid his teeth be- of Canterbury then delivered the prayer of inauguration
    Orleans: can generally be reachtd from ; ; ;; e spirits gathered round
    I which was followed by the Hallelujah -
    ..td ports on the Gulf side in two or three ; I im -"'- ." howpwlth Chorus Handel;'under the direction of
    with
    and Havana: Matanzas, and ether West : and winning Sir Henry R.Bishop. The effect of.this was
    had charmed away the most striking, and the-voices of the choristers
    markets, are not more than thirty-six eri'j by the score I and each were here in the fullest perfection. ,
    sail from Tampa Bay, which It near the : 'twas her he did adore. A procession was then formed of a most interesting *

    of the western coast. It is needless to 1ore!' character. The state heralds preceding

    on this subject, as reference to the map is ; stillness broken by repay Messrs. Paxton, Fox and BEJid noD, led
    i : for the answer, strange the way. Then came all the officials engaged
    t that is required to convince the most I
    bore; they began a in constructing the building; afterwards the
    a observer of the great superiority of : spiritual clapping which foreign acting commissioners; and most singu .
    cal position which East Florida enjoys ; could be but a fashionable Ian was it to see all the various costumes worn

    s any other country in North America. : if his soul in,that word by-hard-headed capable men from every qUArter -
    1I. he groan out IN ner- of the world. Then followed the Royal
    The of East Florida will find
    fisheries a Commissioners whom
    I
    I.h among noticed lli.Cobden -
    market'in the neighboring West India : grew stronger hesita- dressed in. a plain black coat. Then followed

    1 an l must, from their immense extent, Oh!' said he, 'sweet spir- the venerable Duke of Wellington,walking
    i source of great revenue to the country. I'' implore: on my knees, to side by side with the Marquis of Anglesey ,
    ) love has played the host both_ were loudly cherred. ,The foreign'am
    herds East Florida cattle and I
    I't ot
    hogs bassadors whom Mr.Lawrence
    recant the many faithless ,among appearedto
    1,', find an extensive market in those ; you promise to leave considerable) advantage from his cage and

    'j several which, from their great tb the door. Rapped the commanding! appearance followed, and her "
    Majesty's Ministers headed by Lord..Tohu
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    to the it ,
    peninsula, will be practicable to
    sign parting,' said the Russell. These were loudly applauded;
    port them alive. > ;,'hie ye ,hence into and lastly, the Queen and Prince Albert, the
    Oranges and other tropical fruits can ; out some distant shore. one leading the Prince Wales, and the_other

    tranppprted from East Florida to the I I forum, in the lonely sane the Princess :Royal, closing the procession' -
    r i grim, ungainly guests with the royal Prussian:-guests at_ the palace,
    ton and Savannah markets in less than
    r Leave my loveliness 'and the ladies of the household. .
    I '
    r days; and to the markets of New York I .opened wide the door. ..The procession: first marched along theBrit. .

    New Orleans in a much shorter time, and : I evermore IV ish or.western nave,' and then,< re-crossing the w
    sequently in much better condition than ; ; ta'of evil-spirits_ still transept,,passed on to the eastern,extremity, -
    : : ,wif'never leave the the United Stat s'.end. At every step new acrclamatibns
    can from the nearest West India-islands; he may implore.' At his 'arose'; the music from the various

    this great advantage, together with a tappingt they are rapping: organs saluted procession as it passed,'and

    tive duty of ZQ per cent., must. enable the ; a wishes, oh how vain thus enrj'person in the .building was enabledto .
    life see every individual in the cortege The
    1 were o'er; and he or-
    growers of East Florida to supply our I but recall the days of Queen then declared,the Exhibition.opened f*
    markets with better and cheaper fruits ah'Nevermore."-Arkan- and the trumpets and artillery' announced the

    i can be obtained from any ,other source. .* 'fact to the countless multitude outside. ,The'
    The cotton and' other : whole auditory ,arose givea parting cheer,
    sugar staples of
    I i or series of deafening acclamatipris.'ofjoy, and
    Florida,can be transported to the best : : .", F the ceremony terminated by the":retirement of (

    can and European markets in.a much. !' well ,dressed stopped the.Queen'who went back to Buckingham

    time and at much less I and 'risk : : between nine and ten..o' ace in the state in which she had cornel -
    expense : : ; a grocer in tho Rue de The'multitudes inthe Park were countless.
    those of Louisiana and Mississippi, ,as in > ; both laughing immoder I looked through the glass.window: ands sea,of

    transportation of the former,the whole nevi loud tone of voice., "I human beings surrounded.. on allildes.Every .
    tion of the Gulf of' Mexico .ntf that > ? "I, bet you it is'nt,"re ,body, was.in .*a good htimoreadalIth9superstitious ,\._
    I the .11| Jo'>0' b.t,"'mid the preaeritimento'pf mischief which _",:.
    dangerous straits of Florida can be tf words.:they both entered had been C inations C some :::: 'i';; '
    As_this is the last of my series'of ,was all alone behind I minds : rmed.inhe:5.: Never. 'Was so ,' ..

    tions on.the.character.., !East Florid I / great -a spectacle 'inaugurated with so much
    close it without- :briefly adverting: to:'a'' ; : i ;: t81" asked, one' of the i good order and tranquility, in the p resence'of' I-
    those : perhaps half a million of human" beings.
    topics which the : '
    on
    country. has been : The Queen Jhaving ;left\the building, q&j -.- i
    misrepresented.The : ; : : pounds.. company began to ctroulatePerhapa, your '
    .
    "F ; ', readers at distance with
    report of Surgeon .General :Lawson : -. a wiUproc me Jta ft
    ,
    .." the
    ; rapid tour throughout .yarlo'us departmentsof
    1839; the
    first
    ,gave blow to.the widespread! : ; 1" the ;Exhibition: The'' first object *Mcli .
    representationTespecting the health of the l ; ; ; 'pour it in, it is a bet. strike the visitor upon entrance, either 'a\the

    ninsula, and years'of subsequent obl '" J ; ; hat,'put it in his scales north or, south end of thetnnsept.arotnomagnlfioent ,

    hare tended gUll further to \ h ut laughing, ; the'two gates stretching across,which having
    dissipate the. : : ordered.' passed, he finds himself in the centre of the ..
    The false impressions which have been ; singular customer,,tax: building,' ,.amidst:statuary,-:fountains-,-,-palm '
    veyed respecting the suit and resources of : yourself;;p*and he threw treeS; ana rare tropical shrubs, equestrian*,
    peninsula will be but of:short'Duration. [ : / : .I ; :. ;_"''" ..* statues of the Qaeen andYriaee Albbrtforming

    resources of the untj will; bave : : his drawer: 'and..beganao the most prominent features,'amidst an infinite
    J been w ..*.. "?. *_ multitude' objects? each.ot which,Isdlaplayedto .
    eienfly developed In a few'years, ej' >' y the''ownerof, the'hat, the best:advantage. ;Along the, naye, lion

    immigrants who'have: already. tired r : t 'your wobsses.has tery toward the east and the west, there Is a fcu"*
    State, to give triumphant refutation'to the \ ; ; '' cession'of gigantic etatnary, in marble;brbnie,'
    '
    representations on these points. : 'you," said tb.Iro., arid zin ] '

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    The false statement respecting the' : : ? ;rawllUyourselt": _. A the:rflrsi obJect,/;1fhch! ) .eta yoil, ,
    ciatttUr f the'rcattr)in the. peninsula; ; : : : : grocer:reached! 'over his I attention ia;'the,Koo-i-noor diamond,'*secured

    ly merit refutation. There are: fe* !! ) ,: ,'down" to smell;;'but his .hi'..treag cap"ot{"Dt richly' ;gilded: and:by
    in thqworld : / : -the hat iovertht is*' on&rianeerthij 1 ie t jewel, >hicli is -
    : through] which so 1.mple% : i &. a vigorous blow push* ': raced"on a small pedestal;sinks at night down .

    ofrood and wholesome'waler 'iidti : .. Accomplice"pTofitJ., ,into the strong iron'ehest npon'whicltb1:' +tf0.
    throngh E&st'Florida.! 'The ve p' 1&rg'DU : : : ] ,:plunged his:'hand Into ,:reits,'so that,t is'eats and secure'>4g> :mod .

    >riversj critid: lakes wtle\ .out alt tha money and day; ; 'Crowds flocked round1 this jeweOtf lk 4. : .
    \may i b! :: ; ; \ : ; : =: i :_tho unfortunate'grocer :n nets.Sue and brilliancy: i1 i"*"*r* *.' ,
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    f c t4it tfjrtdjlrjbuted.overtbe.nTap) of ) : ; ol4et3thw'hat_ QitrJdaI,, Along the''boIe:1 gth cfthe tw .. :,t';::

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    a'ndbe the South. We hate regarded SPEECH. Fiilt.WEBSTE&i tt'I'JrQt;, (,.
    (-,'the most striking'objects, relieved, by the stat;H : tion rights ,.
    $ *1&r$.. There are models of bridges and towns THE .NEtW'S ; it as one among.the few papers at the- Buroto; May..23.-;The following IsMhe ,

    nil elaborate execution,and'among them the Ncrth opposed to tb*aggressite schemes 6f the substance of Mr. .Webst speech, at the great REVOLTING AND!:HORRIALH

    model of Liverpool holds the foremost rank. Abolitionists and !in fator of the preserrauo dinner given here: ,yesterday i MURDER I OF A WIFE BY ST"NASHTIIXK AK?

    : ., There are,besides, enormous' telescopes, exqui of the Union.on principles' of equal. justice .to!;: TJi ..honorable gentleman's remarks wereconfined'chiefir !
    aite models ofm&chinel'1'mDall chapels to exhibit allL-sectloas.; of the country. If thtfeditorwould S to topics relating to his own May 10, .n- ucJa sz Ih:
    hate credit for sincerity in his professions has been createdL among .Ii portion! of ;--
    specimens of stained glass, the :Acis and course on the slavery question though he gate "
    ii Galatea *, the American statues of thel of regard for the just rights'of the South, a rapid history of the question itself down to sans, by) the arrest.on Friday etenio&oft-s

    L Wounded Indian and the Greek Slate, the statue he must not put tbe slates of the South Cn.p.n the present day. He defended his own course named Butler, who is In the employoa

    'of ShakJp are, and the crystal fountain in S equal political footing with the citizens of ov-S on the compromise measures. He cou Id not do Gas- Company, charged with attempti ..

    I the center of the transept, presenting n."fel'1. pressed Cuba., It unjust to the South,,.as it otherwise,he said, and be.true to his oath, to his .wife by starvation. Butler llteiT"
    I graceful! and striking appearance Perhaps JACKSONVILLE. MAY 31, 1851. is an'insult to the Cubans, to draw such a parallel the constitution, and to the country. corn rot ,Spencer and Gar'"", and: &
    a
    I ; the whole world has neter famished such a remarkable -.- is that abote:quoted.-Satannah !!tDI., He read from the constitution the clause'relating that the suspicions' of his neighbor!, '

    I series of, attractive objects 'as are S AgenTs for The Ifett Th!language of the Express,so. well rebuked- tothefugltive'laTelaw, and pointed to aroused bycertain' mysterious pr
    I contained in this nan alone. Tallahassee Fla. its explicit and imperative requirements and about his house. These suspicions I.
    BKABD
    MJ.JOH able namesake Satannah is such
    of as
    I was prepared to find that the articles from by our asked if the sworn officers the Governmentwere I until Friday evening, when several p.
    the United States; would fall short of the other J. G. REARIXW Esq.: Ocala, Fla. we dii not expect to find in the'columns of our S to execute them or not. ,We hare'taken termined to enter Butler's house,-and _

    t ; xtulsof the Exhibition from the statements T. P. KEL'lfEDr, Esq., Tamp,'Fla New Iork.contemporary'aDd'we publish. it,.to our oath to sustain constitution. .Arewe, i themselves in regard to the matter. ,Tie.. .

    I l put forth tUcU tk.y l,iiI demanded more room Gen. S. RUSSELL, Newnanstille! Fla. keep oV readers. informed,of the- real#' to tamper with that-are we to fatert I was entered by a window, the doors be !
    'j I than they could adequately fill. Through the Ferry Fla. feeliDgiS He spoke of no concessions. If the South fastened, and a woman was found 11iulli
    B. FBISBY Garey's
    II exertions of Mr.'Riddle, the tacant space has Esq., and sentiments entertained, ten among wished any concessions from him, they would bed,, covered with filth, in a most .

    :i been filled up,and although this division is not GEO. CENTER, Esq, St. Augustine, Fla. most libiralof the "Compromise",prints of the not get it-not a hair's breadth. .If they came condition. She was extremely wesk, ...

    ::1' national so crr ".& as the British side, it contains a Judge A. STEELS, Cedar Keys,Th.S North. lOa not, wise to close our eyes on I to.his house for, it, they wouldn't get it. lieS is stated she declared that she had not<
    : collection highly interesting. Their anything for a week or more. She
    :1' actual to conceal facts the conceded nothing, but .he would maintain died t.
    .. position nor ,
    I cereals and raw our ,
    I u -rials are tery striking.1' .- 1 D": We are indebted to the politeness of the South and North to the utmost of his power, at noon and the Coroner held an inquest
    Their mineral department is aiso f.ll.j .- knowledge of which may essential to the : her body and.rendered a terdict.
    very and in the face of all danger their rights un ntrt
    of the Welaka for the 8atannah ,
    The carriages were not the least nonoraoie part' Capt. Blankenship, '
    of'our future Bush remarksas a hundred
    shaping course. derthe constitution-and God forsake me flying rumors regarding iwhlohpresent
    I: their collection. A series of L andS -&I
    of maps preparedfor and News of the 28th from
    : j I certain lectures at tbe miSionarymeelings, Georgian : the above,from such a source; strike us with my children, said he, if I ever be found to the case in a tery shoe ,
    which we make tarious extracts. pect. Butler now in jail in default
    ter. of
    were admirable, and greatly surpassed those of more force, and inspire deeper indignation,, f ,
    balllnthesumof$1O,0001
    ; a similar character in oar national and public than-the maddest ratipgs of the wildest fanatics. He had always contended that any measurecalculated '
    schools. The exhibition of Daguerreotypes is: % The Circuit Court for Dutal County to add to the slate territory of the: I,1s stated that several humanely '
    We assure tho Express that we copied the : ladles had I tried to
    repeatedly
    :: excellent. commenced its last I United States.was unconstitutional. He neter obtain _
    sittings Monday
    : Leating the ditision devoted to the United I on Judge article on Cuba; from the Delta, not only ,not would consent that there should bA one foot of tance to the house daring his absence; f'ta.m\
    Douglas presiding.From slate territory beyond what the old :thirteen driven away by the ,daughter of Mrs.BQ&]
    States, you enter the great department of the disapprovingly, but highly approY ngly. It
    :1"I Zollverein on the North and South sides. The: the unusual amount business before States had at the foundation of the Union.- who set a fierce dog upon them. On one* I
    : contained nothing but a synopsis of the tyrahic
    collection of manuiactures, of the most varied I I the Court, it will not probably adjourn for ten L Neter, never,neter. sion, a lady passing by; heard aftibtenJwater .

    .I (, description, presents a thousand objects of the, days to come: edicts by which the natitesof Cuba are degraded He was.in Congress,when the Texas annexation : !" "water 1"! 'On thursdaymoraint.]

    I *ifohftt Interest. Russia. occupies a small de- and enslaved, and we copied them to expose Question came up. and he fouzht azainst it. wife of a neighbor- Who had sonirht... ., i-8.w.1

    1.I i partment on the South, ana tnis is scarcely SODA WATER. 'Our the cruel despotism under which the Island holding both hands and proclaiming, with times to explore the mystery, seeing' ii
    complete: hut, to compensate for this, Austria friend Acosta's soda a Toice stronger than it now is, against the band of the woman passing byonhis'tm I

    i 1 also, on the North and South sides, exhibits a water establishment is quite an acquisition to groans. wh.oleofit. But annexation was,carried, and the city asked permission to see her, iaj j,

    I I variety of products which placer;her in a tery our comforts during the hot weather. His 'S let those answer for it,who did the deed. Mr. refused. This refusal further xcitjfj

    I honorable position in the Exhibition. All the beverage our is HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CUBA. \Y.then alluded to the New Mexico question, cion. On yesterday several young ma'

    I | I Austrian exhibitors are dressed in a simpleI judgment, excellent. It is We are permitted, says the New-York Sun of and to the course of the administration that to the house and were also set upon \Q;:

    : Austrian green uniform, with coats fastened cool, delicious, and withal tery healthy. We Tuesday to extract the following news from subject, which he defended. dog by the little girl, when ,thay final/] ;'_

    il I at the breast with a long clasp, inBcribed are glad to see that the ladies appreciate it. He glanced again at the fugitive slate law, ceeded in forcing choir: way in. They to.w
    Port
    received in this
    I Austria," so that the general effect is admira- Principe, city yesterday, and declared that it was more fatorable to the that her body bore the marks orvIoericJ'

    j ble. Hurrying through Holland and Belgium, THE CROPS by letter to a Cuban gentleman of great respectability free States.than the law passed under General abont her limbs were black marks of corJi

    ''I i I you enter the extensive region of France, -THE WEATHER.-The crops are who touches for its truth and correctness Washington's administration. Other topics which it is supposed she had been bound Utt

    j which, when complete, will be tery beautiful suffering greatly in this section of country by : S were taken up and discussed at great length, bed. She was so much reduced that the to*!

    I and worthy of the taste and skill of that gmt : the long continued drought, particularly the when the distinguished speaker closed.A in many places had worn through the staJ

    f I i -country. Switzerland and Brazil, with Italy corn crop. We have better accounts from the PORT PRINCIPE, May: 1851.-The signal for He alleges she was sick of the typhoid felLand
    I' I and the North our rising has been gi Ten. yesterday afternoona was also intemperate in "n-
    Spain on succeed, and are followed very k jjj
    J I by Greece, Persia, Egypt and Turkey. interior, but it the dry hot weather continues great outrage was perpetrated by Spanish CURIOUS PRETENSION. and he kept people away to keep them .

    I j The unfortunate delay in the arrival of the much longer the effects will be disastrous.: despotism in this city. Nine of our most emi Pretensions to the inheritance of the elder S supplying her with drink.-Louistille ,

    -d ,1 : Turkish steamer with their objects, rendered nent, talented and wealthy citizens were simultaneously branch of the French Bourbons hate been not

    i t their division incomplete ; but the space abutting THE MAGNOLu.-This fAvorite arrested and taken to prison, and uncommon. Etery body is familiar wiih: the TERRIBLE ACCIDENT TO THE st .t-

    I I upon the transept bating been appropriated steamer ar- this scorning: long before day, closely guarded, name of the so-called Duke of Normundy I BOAT OHIO-LOSS OF LIFE, ETCL .

    I I \ to the Foreign Ambassadors, and ladies of rited here yesterday morning at half past 8 Ibyo partida de resist] they were sent off, to i claimed BO lone to be the son of Louis XVI, PiiiLADELFHiA, May 20, P. M.-ThesttW

    I 1 rank who had the entree, the deficiency was o'clock I 8 hours from Savannah. We are havana, and the dungeons of the Moro.' sated in a miraculous manner from the death Ohio of the Union line, ,which left,New Ctafr

    t l.f/ admirably concealed. Crossing the transept, happy to learn that she sustained no damage Don The names of the individuals areas follows: which his tory:gate him in 1792. There is to-day was run into at 8 o'clock this evai*'
    you enter the British East Indies which Serapio Recio, Lawyer. now', or was recentlyin the State of Wisconsina '
    pre- by her late grounding on the inland passage.She R. Betancourt by the steamer Commodore Stockton, off Qre
    "Joseph .
    Methodist
    I : sents a very beautiful scene. On the south Lawyer. preacher, with the unromantic which Point one mile from '
    ': you then arrive square devoted to Canada, and her worthy Captain seem to be just ""Ferdinand Betancourt,Lawyer.. name Eleazer Williams, Whom many people Ohio's bow ,was knocked entirely Philadelphia.off ud

    the West Indies, and the Australian colonies. "as good as ever" We haT e recrived by her Uanuel Arango, Lawyer."Joaquin firmly believe be the same French Prince sunk in, about minutes i
    twenty after bea
    The articles from these interesting soots in the the latest Savannah papers. Rivera, Lawyer. whom a faithful realist sated in his infancy andbrought : struck.. t.

    British Empire are all admirably illustrative "Francisco Varona, Planter. for security into the wildernessofNorth r -When the t'
    water reached the deck -
    of their rich productions. The minerals and Francisco V. Batista.Planter. America, and consequently the legitimate upper 4
    the raw materials, afford abundant scope, for THE CLEOPATRA.-It is stated Mr. John L. "Francis Quezada, Planter. heir to the French throne, if there werea consternation became frightful-women aiJ
    children and
    study, both to the merchant and philosopher. O'Sullitan, one of the persons arrested in'New "Salvador Cisneros,Planter. French throne to be inherited. moving up down uttering._

    A beautiful little square of mediaeval treasures York as being implicated in the Cuban expe- I need not tell you that these are all gantle. Ifte Orleans family have pretenders their piteous encroach Lamentations the scene became as the awful.water continarfl j
    next attract vast crowds who man of the highest respeetability, connected: r honors also, only that the head of the Many juaj '
    on to family .
    pass I dition has
    put in a claim to the steamer ed oterbonrd and two three
    Cleopatra the ties of blood with of the first or are known to
    the familes the late Louis
    statue is
    room. You are now, on both sides many Philippe, accused of hating .
    ;
    i the nave, fairly in the Brithish domestic lati as being his own private property. in this place and other parts of the Island.- been an intrusite imposter. possessing the, rank: tainly to hate been lost. The total number) .,
    board was about 100. { ,
    .
    They ara 1cnn. r.--.1-.rl\Jv1\1r\lIdrtn" .ni f
    I tudes. While -iunea.belojj
    agricultural iC2 rightfully to
    the implements occupy ity. That they thould h* thus snatched from Lately but not for : ,another. Among the Baltimoreans were John Wii',:J
    whole of the the fast time
    remaining
    length elaborate
    extreme MB. an
    IFJBflSTER'S POSITION "DE- } ,
    midst and torn from their who swam ashore his hat and
    our wives and chil effort has been made losing baggrp:
    south
    to
    and and that
    the
    paper printing machinery in FINED. prote late
    1' motion dren without a moment's notice, without ever was nc Bourbon at alLVe King Mr. Danskin,Mr, Dorsey, of the firm nl..lVlJf!:
    fill up the extreme north, the front of We publish,the substance''ot Mr. Webster'sspeech hate .sometimes, I
    I the form of an examination the & Wroth; Mr. Eaton of the firm of ECros. atoat
    the south side being devoted to or whisper o tan met, in foreign with statements
    A Birmingham pipers, to the
    delivered at Buffalo on the 22d inst- indictment is Mr. Stump Merchant and niie &
    I ii goods, furniture, Sheffield goods, woolen and an outrage too great to be effect that Louis Philippe was an Italian infant ; :.
    t mixed fabrics, flax from Ireland, and printed It will be seen that he goes the whole figurefor borne by the people of Cuba.. The God of Heat- substituted into the family of the Duke of Or. Levering, Mrs. Stewart and other*, all of tkct

    4 : fabrics of Manchester, London and GlllS ".- the Wilmot PrOviso, declares against all or en will surely retenge their fate. Oar tyrant t leans for weightyfamily reasons The inquiry were sated. Some got ashore on platki,MB

    : The front of the north corresponding side presents any "concessions" to the South and that uhe foes may force.them to ignominous death 4>y baa peen included among grate historical[ swam, and others found rtfuge small boast
    the but The relief boats
    garrote, their blood will aloud took off the vmtM
    a succession of departments, with car- cry for doubt, and the documents to sustain it, hate, many :
    riages some them cf the most eznuisite con never mould content that there should be one foot vengeance, and hasten a carnage' awful and'Ir- been carefully colKoted and published in a the lights being extinguished by the waterpetj.

    1 strucdon, mineral manufactures and marine of slav territory leyond nhat the old thirteen resistable, in which despotism and cruelty shall tolume in Paris. A summary of the cause is I sons could not see where to go, or deters
    what
    j engines, flanked on the tror.twitfi paper goods, States had at the foundation of the Union 1" fall, and LIBERTY come out at last victori made in a Richmond paper froth which we nearly todo.all the The boat sunk so rapidly U
    baggage floated
    .1 furniture furs leather and cotton. make up some of the ,leading facts and off and werelw
    I This is plain and frank, to say the least. The ous.The excitement here is tremendous. Old tions. allega S The Ohio was a splendid boat and has bee
    We have now arrived at the West end, where I
    .a' crowds are seen surrounding the model of LivI South is forever: to be restricted within her I men and young maidens and matrons-all are The story, as circumstantially! ,and_ with Ian : is nearly also much ruined by this disaster The Slldt

    I El erpool, which is at this spot in the nave. On present limits,and even the guarantee to Texas, I filled with unutterable anguish and deep desire air of perfect contrition of its truth, is, that No blame'can injured.be attached _
    tor to the
    I 1 the outside the building are statues,columns, at the time of her admission, is to be violated :. renuge. : Louis Philippe was tte son of a jailor at Modig- the Ohio. his CapW
    L specimens of coal, obelisk, and a vast variety and "not foot" Nine more honored,more respected,or greater liana, a small town it Italy, at which his reputed impossible yet to ascertain th
    a of her number lost but
    territory is to come men. than the above named ; it is supposed some font d
    I trod
    architectural and building with never the the famous
    processep, parents, Egalite and, his wife
    f a detached building whence the steam motive into the Union as slave territory. So much soil of Cuba! ,The pretence under which they were staying'during the winter of 1772-3. un-,: five ladies and children were drowned.A 1

    power is derited. I have only passed through for compromises and bargains with,our"North werearrested was that they were engaged. in der the name of the !Count and Countess: de BOY CARRIED' NIAGERAFAIlJNIAGKRA
    the OVER
    4 t : the ground floor, not having sail: a single word ern brethren"" How will the Southern revolutionary' movement. Jointille. A male heir was wanted to secure
    ; 1 respecting the contents of the gallery. I may wingof Senior Recio,is one of the ablest. lawyers in the Orleans fomily.some.; inmense estate, and : BALLS.,May 19.-A boy two yeaS r

    t tote that there is but one gallery, which runs the great 'Union Party"greet this manifesto Cab Senior Arango is lawyer of great emi- the infant.daughter, of which the wife of the named James'McGrath, was carried Sold

    I the whole circuit of the building, and spacious; of their Magnus Apollo 9 Nous vernon nence. He leaves behind a wife 'and tweltechiLIren Egalite was deliterei. was exchanged at its the Falls this morning. ,He was playing ni

    I i .quadrangular courts are cut out of the gallery, rome of whom hate- been'edu ated in birth for the son of Cliappini,the Jailor.- The board at Streets Factory,on the Canada iidefc,

    iji down into which the spectator may look, andtbe SUMNER FOR THE UNIOlf.. theUnSUd-StateB. boy was brought tIp. the heir of Orleans-, 'company with an elder brother; their floW_
    objects are so :arranged as to produce the I Charles Sumner, the The officers are now in pursuit: .of.several I the daughter as the child of the Jailor. She saw them, and chided ttie e'der one, who sal|
    most picturesque effect imaginable. abolition, free eoil, more of oar people. Among thein they are hun. became remarkable for beauty wit and accomplishments denly jumped off, when the other was pncip l

    ur I suffered great fatigue in going! through the 'highcr.law'Senator from Massachusetts,goes ting for Senior Solitario Cunagues, a. man of r and became the wife of Lord New. itated into the stream He soon got into -

    2t whole exhibition, on Monday last; indeed, it as strong for,this "glorious Union as any letters and great scieutifio distinction. burg. an English nobleman and,after his deathof rapids, and the father harried.to_ rescaelzsJ:

    I I such a task is almost beyond the power of any-S submissionist in Georgia! In his letter of They are also in pursuit of.Senior Augustin I a Russian nobleman, Baron. Stenberg. It but in vain-the boy went over the FtlM
    I I man to accomplish in one day and to observe he acceptance de Miranda, notary public, Senior Joseph: Cas:. was after this second marriage that Great consternation and horror prevailed i'

    r the Inconceivable variety of objects which meet pronounces as emphatically for tilo, a wealthy planter; and others.. disclosed to her the mystery of her Chiappini birth It, every quarter, and tl is distressing incident to

    you at every turn. I say that I went through "the Union" as Seward himself. What danger Three arrests are made by order of(he Cap. had the effect making her spend the remain created such excitement as seldom arises fa*>;,

    -. : the whole, but I actually missed the extensive to the Union can there be, when the ewards tain General to Senior Lemerich, our GoternThe -S der of benlif'c correspondence, intrigues and such a cause. But few cases of this kind u.7 j

    division machinery, which I did not see till the Sumners the Wades and or. V struggles to get herself acknowledged occurred at Niagara Falls. ;|
    even the Fishes as a true
    Thursday. Upon the whole the exhibition day reckoning with is ,
    our oppressors I Princess of the House of Orleans and *
    is successful to the highest point of any concep. ofthe'Northjjoin: in chorus with the Cobbs, at hand. The next steamer will bring you Philippe then Duke of Orleans, as an, impost Louis THE KNIGHT AND HUGHES CASE '
    tion .which may hate been formed of it. the Footes, the Stephens' of' the South'when staring news. VIGILANT
    Eterytning and She had powerful protectors in PunV whn. _. 'Bos-rat May 20th .
    rd-
    -- ,
    --- ----, ---.. w..**.. : -The actions :
    wen chosen
    is so perfect in its kind, a voice is even raised from the able to secure her -
    that"whether it is the most fastidious Toombs of FLORIDA INTEREST j personal freedom, but.never Knight and Hughes in the names of Wo. 'rIar '
    lady in Georgia, in its laudation CLAIMS made any impression unfavorable to the and his wife for dismissed*
    l the land or the rudest ; and in denunciation security kidnapping, were ]
    most : '
    ,yet intelligent The '
    mechanic .Washington correspondent of of Louis Philippe's title the Sapr me.'Court
    theCharleston'Courier end
    he 'attractions of those who would dare assert that the South probably to-day, no responsible j
    are so
    ', numerous so various I S under date) of neter would;had her claim been twice dorser hating ". -
    the 17th asstsone appeared for thecost&: /
    had .
    S so surprising, and so useful,that a tisitor a single right left-not even that of retiring ;'Writes Her story'had: m&D,7nbeUnersandJahe.;
    may spend weeks within the building, and educate from the : ea1ly reTerencectbl was From the Sautmwh- ;!
    ; Frenchmen
    partnership. -
    many as the New- May28.POUIIDAYS ,
    himself the critical "It is stated in .of :
    examination of all some the Florida true '
    P The Abolitionists of the North and papers, representative of one of the royal houses LATER FROM
    the
    the diversified objects bronghtthus at one tiew Submission that the Florida.treaty claims hate been 'al beU EUROPB4
    a which
    before his eyes from all parts of the world. Whigs of the South are, par excellence,, lowed.; .On'the,contrary, Mr. Crittenden has tPtatlCft by die remarkable fact was or much .strengthened :' Arrival of the Canada-Advance' in Ctttit. *
    It is computed that OOOO the friends of the Union : given an opinIon'against their extraordinary NEW YORK T. M-*
    were received ; but care_not a fig,for payment,' and coincidenoe; that, she had a likeness May 27,8
    by the sale of the season tickets, 'which added the Contitutioz-t1iat. is a dead :l #er"a.ob.; proposed preference of them to Congress for the Orleans! family, and Louis strong to The steamship''Canada 'arrited at HaK4i
    to.the sums subscribed will further legislation: Bat Philippe a strong yesterday with
    make about JE130-, solete idea. there is nowaal am likeness to Chiappini. 'e it is but : Liverpool dates to the 171
    000. The cost of the executive will be, it is informed, some prospect.that the claims will since she died fully a few years inst. Cotton bad advanced a quarter tir
    I said, about 200 000. There is scarcely a be referred to the Federal Court' in Florida Orleans Princess., r belieting' herself to bean: eighths (U!to2 d) in onsequenc otlhe laDing -

    doubt but that lufficient funds will be raised to ,GOODFOR. .': CUBA,- so GOOD FOR. for re adjudication; Mr. Crittenden 'objected, The array .documents off in the supply' and an'Increase !a ti
    in
    make it entirelyself supporting. :' OTEls ..5.- to Insufficiency of the Territorial urt 'as tentiouslelong and fator of he pre demand. Thesales-of week amoontd,t pril
    makes
    1 The London papers haveverylengthac- The N w:Orleans Delta 7 a tribunal rendering a>final decision.LtVOW .. It Is 'out a plausible case 46,000bales.. _<..;.
    a journal of rather a tery curious story and If
    p it
    ;
    a counts of the opening of the Great Fair, con S ll) political morals, has published a labored -5- : _,) -4J" probably Is,a case:of accidental coincidences be/as it it The' English Ministry were expected to it rsik
    taining the address of the Commissioners to the ; sign. CatignacYchances
    thePresideJOof
    is for
    article in defence nevertheless
    the.Cuba :A8 BtODGETT' one '
    DEWING
    Queen and her foray,' which the 'lJi !tJI'fE.-' ofromnanticinterestas' '
    majesty's'reply. The'addrea
    I Ij Jacksonville (Fla.) News Last week tislted there can. b no doubt of the wereimproting.. Italy exhibiWsigns
    i; states other things that the copies not disapprot- we. the:tailoring factory.No. $ sincerity of the dzlusion of e-a
    ,
    among voluntary under : increasing dIacC uent.' Ad view ft*:
    S 33 Gold1 which ? -
    street the
    ingly.
    -pif J:a contributions to the Fair amount to 35,. this Y.!And, were.much sur- 'ladyacted. .to. the end. the, Cape of Good,Hope ItsJDd
    The Cuban prisetLtfiudtbjrty of her life: N. 0 s -* were TelT'1Uisatts&t,
    : ;Pig.
    : Z1 0003, (about ): government there indicted for S lot the ab machines iory.Engagements
    $325,000.
    , .. S the yery; tery things which some thousands of running"clothing-, ,- and twenty'sewing_ had taken place with t*"

    !g : S .- <.::M MMMHB-- M MM Hfc MM Ma *. Abolitionists of the Northern and, Western !bags. .These machines._ ,attended by,.girls,un, .. AlHiiiT TO-LAWYERS:..i A''case' has' recently Caftir, and to the English Governor- had 'befl.compelled J ii
    retreatCOJ ,-
    rATTACK ON A SPANISH1: States, and which all and hate.been In in {|
    CONSUL the people of Great:Britain actIve operation for a year.- come up England,which establishes the fact J
    I rt ; NzwO&Lwes' May 22.-The Spanish.Con ,charge ,agaInst .the.flfteen slateholdine: Thfy;'are driten by steam power and'so rapid thatdlleztahayccertaI. Jl rightajn relation.to: ." w- ,-'
    j : 1'. ,.iniai States ofour, own ii.tbei'operatiuu theirConuedilon with .?*: D ,]iZSIATCU.1: .
    severely beaten yesterday by a young country: ? S : that, !tbethirty niachinea counsel,and may hate re. *
    r.1 I Spaniard;*to was aggrieved "by a. letter of the, 1st..No.Cuban shall go armedor:wear arms. turn' out ,300-pairs; t.panfaloonsn one day dress fot'Inatt tion,'as'well as for,any other NEW YORK, COTTON't MABKET. !

    'fir 1 Consul's to: the government accusing tim of (Pretty good order; iffrpretailed in the Uni. and they could, it.dn, hSTo.tQ .out Goo description damage; The caw was that of a : NKwYoKXMay'.26.6P.Jitft: ;

    being. concerned in the, .Cuban exp edItJop. ted States, we.should: hate no1 bloody street p ir8.. The superiority;; of the rota j'machine farme;whq .had sustained a non-suit through 'Wr hateadull market to-day( ,with Alu

    fights or_assassinations. ? over: the recfJfotatin2...:. -n e.-,.-Oft---l-.t......i-.."f-"i._'Ii'lUll___- the neglect .of hlar attorney, to be ureaent in .' oo bales at nine'((9)'cents for Middliriir.. ':..
    1 ,: IIoazziLn .AccwEiT-Ggg.rLoas -id, Tae Cubans cannomee& together;either tinned ,and uniform action' and motion.of the court wnen the case"was called."' Subsequently, _: J. .- ,- 1
    S --We OF Lirx. pritately publicI"to consult.with shuttle,there is no stopping'its a'rule wu"enC red In full' to S :
    received, yesterday.appalling oth one; an. > motion:to make court set aside the _TH1RB DZ3PATCzZ r .
    news from r,and to unite a Mturn stroke onsniton
    ; the Louisville and Frankfort again theiroppresso.e. consequently no jarring payment' of costs which amounted YOKE /
    ; Railroad line- and; 5- -5.- S M 1276 p-
    ; t. On Saturday last, while the first train was pal.. 3dhey..cannotmeet-pub1iely surveillance ,.e.xeeptunde Jeu.J: liability toptouof.order{ and for.this to fiftJ-atoepound*. .". :rhe;,tann ..coDtendecl: .Our market h as ndtanced a half(00)
    4 otthe poIiC reason its,speed can be that the lawyer: whose the '
    S sing oter,the new, bridge, west Frankfort 4th. The 1 great1yiucreas.; .(!No. by' neglect,he: had sus receipt of the Canada's-accounS."W
    Cubans less tamed
    K pre way,'and the ",bO& 'dng train," attach., conspire; cannot noet secretly, ,to tbin6o,000caps were made in.this factory, th4damage should pay the'cost. The sales to-day were 1200 balesMiddling' *:\
    S ed to which were two S In six months:. We saw fine coats, every:.stitch case was triad at great.length' before.3'udp bringing Dine and a halt '
    S. passenger cars contain I All these ((9centS) -
    regulations the
    Chi1tonofthsMidUis
    except buttonholes
    !
    4 Ing .engineers, .upen1ntendenta, ot rigidlyK exist In fifteen I pntinbymaehineand ,% Sessions and resulted -.
    ) andothers S
    our tstea. .If the,,are ,theworkcould not be In&eHict for the tf
    geod farmer--Boo
    S connected with the line .cause tortorara : surpassed. The 71 Traveller.NoveL ouRT ,
    fell-with tremen. sewing .. F J>JuiTCJl.tr',
    dons Upon ''-. w goocl'c&u.e: : ;Isstroger than..by b&admid: -' "" ,
    crublnto forAhoJitiOD 1h ,
    ; 't
    lel4l. t. :
    teet.r stream, a distance of twenty tora"by,8Ca upon the sea island IJ Ade'bllt tb1szrjiehjzearo gooIz ;; : : .. : c iNxw Yoix, May.,27.7 PI Hi -
    .
    Loeomnctjyes cIrs. paazengsns Iftd all and plantations cotton etteandcqmmand; ...'. cxAx: TOI.U_. The, Cattoa mart ,1 '
    werl'tumbled toetb. In horrible ,; taor: rice of South Carolina Goon & hfgbe rice than: |th'haade lothea...._, ago.some' "young men.' A: few_ days, wftha1elotl00G-ba1q.has" adtanced.. a. h'alftUl
    confusion near
    poa4he cost D6ddingto T\
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