The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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aeef their,firm confidence and,brotherlj love SATURDAY, SET. .20, 1851, no. < To support thi '. .7 .
t nil most ,solemnly that I will,: action Congress on the case of ares tvcturon"to the "
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; ,and of the children who hare remain* taatl>et Particulars.Ax I Florida. Claims. arm 71 unJw tJ'T'f'dI on of the Sarno" 7" thorities on the obligations of-principal* for the .

i e4 true to her. -, I Iour.declarat'oa ., every incident, connected. with the Jattngedr.in and as before stated the acts of Congress ry cifW n. acts of their agent." After other references, and IqueeUon
has affected heart is NASUtaGrosi',May 13 1851. acing to for appropri some remarks you then proceed:'' The
my Havana eagerly; .sought. after, we r money pay the hostilities In' ones, aimpl*
; deeply 1 and joj fullyMy anf ortunate companions give.the following. items,from; accounts brought Tt the Editor of "TAt Nercs: Invariably shall give like authority, to wit: that the this: Whether then the appears objection to be of narrowed the down to" .
i bondage assure me that'notwithstandSB by. the Empire city,at New York: Sir-1 transmittoyon herewith! ,the correspondence the moneys Secretary be War.expends\ anise' the direction of that the troops for which the agent accounting purchased

. all they are called Jo suffer for' the holy The sews of Lopez's 'capture arrived Ha- I have had -with the Treasury De- Governor Parris, the Comptroller I had been already supplied, or the failure of the

; clue of fatherland, they are far enough from tarsi:late at,night.of the"29th, but was not partment'relatingto claim of the 'citizens of ry admits that if the contract was made of the Treasu- agent to account for the-disposition of the proper'
, to despair. Theare firmly and'i Florida for furnished of the by an officer ty or service shall be good against honest claimants ., \. I
isrrendering made public until the morningof the.3Cth.It supplies by them during regular service the United States would
; said that it Indian.hostilities.As be :absolutely bound without dealing in good faith without notice 'with
is was brought to the CaptainGeeral any responsibility
who at the
agents time
thorny: by express; yin tour hours from dan it will be matter of pretty general l interest lua whatever letter of on 2d the part of tin claimant, Ho says, in service, under the authority of the of transaction the United States were In", ,

I Cristobal, distance 48 'miles, and that four to the people of the State who nave fur- General of Subsistence January 1838 to the Commissary You then refer to acts of Congress with remarks

cWilh the utmost astonishment and..Dot horses were killed,T y. the rider,such was his nished their property, and services to the public I made by au oftieerortheUnited: "Wlere a purchase IS on the proper mode of construing then,'and espeeV

t without grief, hare learned that many of our speed, and that,the Captain. General paid him to know the grounds relied upon bT their to make pureha..ees I consider him State,'In authorizedI any to Joint Besolution March 1, 1843, aad then" '

f fellow exiles, sinking under the burthen of our $:,OOOf"r..his"Rrnct.t." agent for payment.therefor, and the positions I purchase aj the agent of the Government making I11eh and proceed- with arguments relative to what should bV'

abjectly; Among' the relatives of Llen.,Lope: in Cubaare assumed by the' 'Departmenfin.op l 'tion I that the party of whom be purchases Is not bound, the proper course or ,basis of'.osetring acts-of-:

lit si the feet of the executioners of:out dear fatherland his brother-in-law, the Count: of Fozosdolcesj thereto, I hope you may find it convenient to show what disposition batbeaimade of the prop :Congress br regnlations the,-and the..impotiey..of 4etvolvieg
,,instead ,of'preserving their honor ;"a nobleman'of, great: wealth and high to-give it publication in an early number of erty. The contract between_ tin vender and the Executive on Departments Congress ,powers and state what belong would to the be
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untarnished by manly'perseverenee. These characterMadame Frais, widow of a nobleman your paper. As the Accounting Oficers could concluded the complete and binding when it is the only one point for the consideration of the,

', anfortanate men nave begged the favor of,'being of wealth, his sister-in-law. He.had other not be convinced that they had the )ower under and the vender by is not authorized agwjt of the latter Horn Secretary of War, in the event oltheseeases.I.'I.
accountable foe
, ptrmUted to lire out the remainder of,their near relatives. They,all left 'town previous'to the'laws to settle 'these claims nothing expenditure by the agent, of the the 'faithful being referred to him, which latter division of your' ;

miserable lires in that oppreeedland, despised the execution, unwilling to be near en such an could be gained by continuing the further discussion sed on account of his principal." property purcha argument is concluded by a reference to the act of

I by every generous souL They cannot have realized occasion. Gen. Lopes Was 55 years of 8:C.-*- 'of the subject with them Now the obligation is equally the same fot the Feb. 28.1795, whereby you state"that militia env

- that, in stooping to this dishonorable He has a son.18 years of age studying in.Switzerland The present attitude of the cases, it",w4 be acts of militia and volunteer officer in the serr. ployed in to the the service rules of the and United States of shall be:
subject same articles war the
'; course, they exchange the glorious name of His,wife is in .Paris. The, General I seen, is not favorable; but it is hoped,tlat of and acting under the authority of the United troops of the United States.7 You also, it as will
,; martyr for the miserable attitude of slate.- 'but !spent his income' such legislation obtained as will States at the time of the contract To maintain say ; .
was very wealthy,. as fastas may secure that there is to be not "be contended that tho claims accruing; from ,
I Their apostacy will weigh heavily on their he received it.' In this and the previous unfortunate I the desired and proper justice, "in these and tion were any distinction,if such a distinc the military operations in Florida are'out .of thepale :

goals to the last pulsation of their corroded expeditions he lost very large:sums. other similar cases.I and sound practicable policy-, it would would be be at war wits justice of the general laws Congress on the sexitl'eetof .

hearts. It appears that after the;battle of Las Pozas am, air, with great respect your obedient that branch of the service affected by,degrading inch hvidi-to such claims." In conclusion, you express a will .

"As much as their shameful recreancy has such was the utter defeat of the Spaniards and servant, JOSEPH T. WALKER. distinction, and it would productive of ctsurmoantable ingness to have the subject matter submitted
me so much the more .do I exult in the Secretary of War or the Attorney General if
grieves the dismay of the government that Concha !m- difficulty and embarrassment to the
; the assurance conveyed by your report that I mediately sent dispatches to Puerto Rico, Ja- pubic service in time of.r.. Such, distinction as settle the accounting and these officers do not feel at liberty>to'

hire still compatriots who are ready to endure maca Hati1 the Canary Islands;and Spain for I WASHINGTON, January 17, 1850. to tin powers and functions of the two classes of In the foregoing pay brief demands.outline.vf eommeai-* t
rather Sir-I submit list of claims officer, never could hare been your
than of the citizens
: even the deepest misery, betraythe more troops. a sundry contemplate or cation, I have endeavored to fairly bring forwardits
, sacred cause of Hungarian Freedom. And of Florida, heretofore decided upon adversely intended by Congress when that body authorized chief points only, and shall',remark such
by your predecessor, upon which decision I ask the President in eases of invasion to call out the ;
while those who bare surrendered to the demands militia of them as seem to address themselves to this office',
General Lopez's Last Moments. your reconsideration. I this aid volunteers. It .is believed there is
place request upon to '
of our country's oppressorsshall sneak as briefly as possible, but not therefore with the
life with downcast head branded At the fatal hour Gen.' Lopez was brought the ground that a principle has heretofore been assumed statute authorizing it, or any thing like it. On the less respectful consideration. In thus doing U
as '
through in these the effect of contrary, that the spirit and intent the
acting of all statutes
out and ascended the platform with firm upon have to state, that I have examined the laws relating
beloved will ,
culprits yon my brethren' meet which denies the right of the claimants to pay- relating to the militia and volunteers is Uplace to the .
fate with foreheadtn the stop. His person was enveloped in a white ment of their them when in the eases now presented in your list and
your open proud consciousness just claims upon the United States, service of the U. States cannot the of
perceive principles settlement
that your persererence and your sac. shroud ,The executioner then removed the arising from supplies actually furnished to agents both as to their powers and duties on a footing o. ed under, those laws to be of the nature adopt have

rifces hare proved you true and faithful champions shroud, and there"stood the General in his full of the public in time of war, for the payment of perfect equaSty with regular troops; the justie set forth, but the contrary:'that the laws you express-.

of Rights and Liberty. You will be be- military uniform' before the assembled multi which it is believed the Government. is legally and and necessity of which is eo self-evident as to require \j forbid claims to be paid by the accounting;officers

lend and honored wherever Virtue Father- tude. His appearance was calm, dignified and morally bound. no argument These statutes, it will be for supplies alleged to ha"e'beenfor purchased
land Lore and heroic Resignation are valued. heroic. Not a muscle' quivered: He looked To rapport this position I refer you to the action service, provide that the militia'emptoyed in the tho troops in question'when such supplies'exceed
of of the United States
Congress on the case of Charles Waldron ,shall be subject to the
the for death unmoved the allowances established by law an regulation
even in exile. The piece of dry bread gained upon preparations ; at the last session, and to the reference to the authorities same rules and articles of war as the troop of the n
when not shown
bj your rugged toil will taste sweeter and countenance changed not, and his whole bear- on the obligations of principals for the United States. See the 4th section of the act of or they are actually according to
the modes
prescribed bylaw or regulation,
prone more Lourishing to you than will the ing was firm and manly. The executioner now acts of their agent, herewith sent. I have led Congress of Feb.8 1195; on this subject=appen been issued to such troops. Congress would seemto

erntabs which these hapless recreants may guc- removed his embroidered coat, his sash,cravat, lously refrained in this presentation from includingany dix of Col. T.Cross' Compilation of Military Laws have had in view the possibility of a contrarycourse
eeed in begging from the table of the insolent and all the insignia of his military rank in token cues which are open even to tbe suspicion of page 279. being assumed by .accounting,'officers
eucu\ionfrs'woo despise them and which of disgrace. fraud on the part.of the'claimants, that the question Reference is also made to the act if Congress of and to have framed the laws to guard against Its .
must receive with faces. I General Lopez, with his hands tightly bound as to the obligation of the Government to pay 18th April, 1814, at page 284 of sane work in reference being. pursued. 't.l'
they give for these supplies might be met its real ner- to tbe powers and functions cf militia
upon quar- The of Charles Waldron ..hich'a batecited
together in front stepped forward and in case ,
you, who have braved fate with t fortitude my a its alone. In neither of the cases therefore embraced ter-masters, when in the service of the United because of the action committee, of
lessingtand t assure you in every circumstanceof strong clear voice,slowly spoke to those around .: by the accompanying list is the authority States, by which act it is declared that "it shall be Congress, is not to those by a trader consideration '
my devoted affection."It at follows:- I pray the persons who have of the agent who made the contract disputed or incumbent on the said officers to do and performall in several points, bat most especially, in ,the '

would have given me great, pleasure if compromised me to pardon me as I pardon that the property or service was actually furnished the duties which by law and unitary principles i important fact of its liquidation and settlement
them. death will not the destiniesof or rendered in faith the claimant. In addition are attached to their offices snot
BJ beloved brethren could have been permitted My change good by respectively. having been the subject of an especial act of .
Cub ." The executioner to this, another fact has an important bearing It will not be contended that the claims accruing
: [ standing a and however
to await here the decision of my fate; but from the ongress, consequently, stringent may
this question, which is, that the agents military operations in Florida are out of
behind here him in upon
interrupted an insulting be the remarks of the Honorable Committee whit
this is for the God the
May or
present who the time of pale the
contracted in these at general laws the
were, ofCoogsess on '
tone with "Come be quick, be quick. Gen- cases reported on said claim Feb. 3, 1848, as to the
guide and blessings attend on far their of the subject of such claims. There
mj you your contracts acting under the authority is nothing in any principles which said claim tie
was rejected
distant path-way As soon as I shall be liberated eral Lopez turning his heard partly around, United States. As to this point. I refer to the letter particular statute to make them an exception or officer rust the .

.will follow you wherever you may be fixed his eye on the man, and said sternly gritting from the Second Auditor of the Treasury sent to diminish the obligations of the Government concerning been accounting accounted for, ,() yet a reference property to not the bavin act of*

"In conclusion invoke ,the protection of his teeth, "Wait, Sir. He then con tin- herewith, containing a copy of the decision of the them, beeau they accrued in Florida if Congress of August 23, -.win exhibit the fact t .
ued. "Adieu beloved Cuba! Adieu Secretary of War endorsed on the muster roll- they are honest bona tide.and fair_ m nt"1 .
He&ven for you all, and again assure you of my my my .1 that the accounting officers have nat+in the"ease* I-I
brethren F1 thai Collins and Armstrong, two of these agents spects, as { this communica under that law the .
paternal blessing and fraternal love. God and tion eWirenc [ ,contravened txpreju prtvafon- -,
were considered by'the Secretary (Mr:Spencer) 1do Department wfeh
The Genejal then stepping back, seated him- of the tame, in rejecting them because th6 disposition "
with further
ny blessing you "to have been called into service under authority proof of their justice, it is probable it can
articles ee-W'
_self on the stool. A priest with the crucifix be property to the
"Locis furnished.
Kossurn. from" the War Department.The however, to remark, .
and 'I i not been shown, or because the troops, had been '
stood side of him the
taper on one executioner that they have
be narrowed examination the
simple question then appears to undno r by supplied fully from: purchases, Ac; ,exeludvft'of
on the other. The collar was then placed Government ;
down to this whether the objection of the accounting of
Eition those in which '
%Sardinia and the United St question were rejected. %
; around the prisoner's neck. She priest cow offieem,-that the troops for which the agent comps of experienced officers of The provision of this law ic I
Advices from Genoa of te 21st of July state placed the crucifix between the General's purchased bad been already folly supplied,' or the sent to Florida specially to investigate "

that a line of steam communication direct from hands, and just as he was in'the act of inclining failure of the agent to account for the dispositionof claims of this description and to detect fraud, "That no payment shall be made to any ,of the

Genoa to Uew York his been organize.! by his head to kiss it, the executioner swung the property or service, shall be good, against and whose reports are on the files of the De officers but of such as were in proper proportion to the i
number men service to the
Messrs Livingston Wells & Co. of New York. the fatal and the head of the unfortunate honest claimants dealing in good faith, without meat Every opportunity therefore b ben a according existizig
who the the forded, detect fraud laws, and for none of the supplies beyond the proportion
notice transaction
,with agents at time of t any
Mr. Coster -a gentleman interested in the undertaking man at the same instant dropped forward, were in service under the authority of the Upon exp, it i believed i exd or not of the description authorized by ex.

-is staying in Piedmont in order to touching the crucifix. He never moved Again. United States;-a question I think, too plain to partments have the power and authority to D isting laws, and Regulations.- Aba- ,- in the hnr;of _

prepare the necessary -steps for coming to an There sat the body of one of the bravest men admit of doubt or hesitation, and that it is not unreasonable these claims, and that a just exposition of their August 31,1842: >

agieeffient with the Sardinian government with that ever breathed, but a moment ago alive, te indulge the belief that when all the powers and authority under the laws will warrant "That no supplies be paid for other than those '

regard to the mails. Count Cavour, to whom, now a ghastly corpse. facts are duly and deliberately considered in connection their payment while the circumstances under authorized by law or Kegulatioa.tit And again

as Minister of Commerce, the plan has been fhcexecution was conducted in the most with the just obligations of the Govern. which they acr'e.and the many years of delay Joint"That Resolution the whole priI 30,1844: foralo//-: 'I;
submitted has given the sanction of the and in silciice. No meat you will find yourself not only authorized to which h.v since they originated, auntie supplies paid .
government orderly manner perfect that such them in an eminent degree and favorable not exceed the quantity of each description to:Whichsaid ,
report favorably on these case, but report prompt -
A grant his been made to the company shouting or nny other exhibition of applausewas is required by the honor and good faith of the i consideration.In t troops were'entitled by existing laws." How ,'

for the exclusive working of this line for mnnifestcd. Government as well as a regard to its interests in conclusion, if the accounting:officers of the can tho course of accounting officers be more

fifteen years the annual sum of $50,000 being Immediately after the execution. General time of war: for I take it for granted that the Trcu. after fall and deliberate examination of explicitly laid down by acts of special legislation", I

guaranteed for the transport of the mails.- Lopez's body was taken down and privately distinction attempted to be set up between the acts subject do not feel at lberty'to settle for a specific class' of claims? Wherein has the action !
These steamers wit touch at Madeira where buiicd. of officers of the regular service, and those of the and pay the demands referred to had on these claims contradicted or ia anyway I

letters or passengers will be transferred to the like grade of the volunteer and militia corps, will cation I am willing that the matter shall be sub varied from the erpress'leUer and manifest j
intent of those laws and of the
said Resolution?
the Honorable of War Attorney
Sooth not be insisted where both are equally acting Secretary or .
American line of steamers; so that it may A Gay Scene ia England. in the service of the public, and when in the public General, with this loiter and accompanying If these qnerries be replied to, as it is deemed they

V looked upon as a double line, both to the I The able London correspondent of the 't. service are recognized by law as on a footing of perfect must infallibly be answered, namely;that the:accounting
sotth and north of the American continent. pp andtereoce officers havo adhered to and done r
I ,Louis Intelligencer gives quite a graphic pc-: a 31ity. accordingly, in case no ,
turn of the prorogation of Parliament thus: The list is accompanied by sundry letters, affidavits you decide you a unable to grant tho relief more, nor no less than adhere to the1 ws and the
plied for. ap Resolution passad for their government in this class I
main of
Free Trade and Protection.The UA11 that England can boast of rank and and duplicate accounts, the object great respect obedient of claims, it follows of course that it also settles afirmatively .
which is, to furnish, if.further proof or explanationbe Wit your lrv't
New Hampshire Democrat says in an ,beauty is assembled within the gorgeous House necenarv additional evidence of the justice and JOSEPH what you have termed the"simple question. .

irticleon the tariff: "We were informed a few of Lords on this occ:1&ion. The Lords are in fairness of the transactions to which the papers re Attorney for Fora T.-WA Caant down" to which the subject matter M, "nar

'days since ty( a very Intelligent man connected their ermine cloaks, the ladies in feathers, and late. It would be easy perhaps to obtain similar Hon. JOB S. GAIXAHCZ. Z Audtor. rowed accounting to wit officers: "Whether, that the troops the objections for which't.beagent of,the
with tb Lowell the in full robes. I from claimant, named in the -
one of factories that an diamonds, bishops remember explanation every purchased bad been already fully;euppflsd .

agent from that place is now 'in England and last year how the old Duke entered, leaning within but it is presumed to be unnecessary.By WASHINGTON, 20th November, 1850. or the failure of the agent to account for the 'disposition -

.,Scotland and he writes home th.At' the operatives on the arm of the beautiful Marchioness of expenditures tbe various for supplies act of during Congress the in Florida reference War to, Sir-In connection with the subject of Florida of the'property, or service shall be,good, !

there ate paid about the same as those employed Wellesly, whose portrait some of your readers the Secretary of War is invested with general authority claims for supplies furnished during ,the Seminole : &0. ; t

in'the Lowell mills, in proportion to may have stt'D. painted by Lin eer, in list to give direction in such case, and there is War for which payment is asked, and the'propriety In respectfully noticing your speculative arguments

the time they work. They do not receive year's exhibition of art. The Qaeen enters in very specific authority conferred upon him by the of which is now under consideration by the accounting regarding the :proper basis construing ;

,qUIte as much .in amount, but they work only fall state, with a constellate! crown of diamonds act of 3d March, 1843. which applies to arrearagesof omcers.olthe,Treasury, let me respectfully laws and your eantipmrg against contracted views

ten hours per day, wnersas' the Lowell opera- her train carried by four pages of gen- that kind,in that service, and directs the accounting present ndctn, .a matter having in so doing, and the impolicy of devolving on Congress '

tires work thirteen or ,fourteen lours. .The .tle blood. A peer bearing the crown of tate, officers of the Treasury to settle such claims, an important bag upon care,' the fact authority already vested in the Executive,
that to the viewsof I have only,to remark; that ,the acts of
"upon principles of equity and justice under the directions Cng deied adversely Congress
sword another the '
.Xnglish employers also furnish their another the (theMukef scep
opera- of the Secretary of War." &er. i under which these cases fall are deemed to be by
.tives with tenements and fuel at less than one- tre, tc. form an interesting procession. By You win also find by reference to the joint feOJation The Supreme say, in 1 Peter p 612, that far too explicit distinct and precis to require'',ef

fourth what is paid at Lowell for the nacre thing. the side of the Queen walks the Prince lbert. of 1st March.1845, to which in connection after "a deide expression. opinion of one me any thing more' than an observance of' their r

60 it appears after all, upon, the testimony He tales a seat on her left-on. the right of the with the act of 3d March, 1843, I invite your special branch Coog it would not have.ben necessary plain tenor and itnnriitateatte import which T .
an agent of the Lowell manufacturers them- throne is the seat of.the Prince Wales. hitherto i- attention, that ample power is given to allow t other.1* take to be to pay for, and for no more than the

sebes,that the talk of; labor,1 faros he has not attended. One of the bishops any just and equitable claims of this character and In opinions given by the late Attorney General supplies allowed according to laws and regulations;

eratives in Great Britain pauper are concerned is op all read a short prayer. Two counsels, in the only limitation or restriction is, that the allowances John 27th March, 1849,euiotCurhi Gibbs, and shown to bare been issued to troops service :
: and that in so doing I shall retain "the claims accruing
'lnOO 1h1ot. ,Col. Sebouler, 'Editor of ,the At- black robes and wigs, demand the Queen's assent : +shall.not- exceed- 'the sums- appropriated. bylaw says that proper deeren.t'tha bo adopt;; from,the military operations in Florida.
demand tel
lsa,in"his letters from Great Britain, :stated to certain' bills. The Queen bows each This is not a question I may remark to be disposed .e.an again says that when express' within the pale of the Laws of Congress,. ," "as they j
that there was a great deal of'P0e try' in the time. The counsels bow in return, and exclaimin of by reference to any special act, nor should m.conflict with the Cong the Attorney have hitherto been maintained. -

,talk abont'pauper labor in manufactories old Norman French, "La feint la tnt. tin Government desire to take advantage of such General's,'office5t ha been' considered as' The joint Resolution of March 1,1845 prescribes

of that Country. ,In this respect, b'eretore our A rushing noise is then heard on the com* contracted view. All the laws of Congress relatingto in the nature of a legislative brttoD. which no line of doty for the accounting, officers' whose

manufacturers need no protection..'" dorr like a pack of,Eaton schoolboys. the obligations of the Government for the: eon- becoming courtesy to the action thereon must be necessarily incident to that
House of Commons tracts of officers acting under its authority, whether of the Government. requires the Executive to observe. of the Secretary ofWar on .the subjects involved.
t It is the Iloa.
> L in the
Regarding willingness eOatingenoyof
PtATHoi nillitia'TOlnnteers, or regulars, for supplies fur ? ;
,BEVWLTTCCIEB, EWe are stairs. When?this uproarr. has, subsided, the .owned in time of war, should be considered together Now with every respect for the opinion of the the decisions on these eases not being by,me '

L pained to, announce the death of Beverly'Tack.j Queen who hasbeen conversing with,Lady Londonderry as one code or statute and the obligations of accounting officers and with the belief that they reversed to have the same'submitted to the sec-

r. Fiiq,.lateprofessoroMaw; in 'William;'and rises,and in asoiceas'clear-as a silver the United States determined by them all.
.Mary College. His domestic m. :was:Beautiful bell the.mttalic; tones of which penetrate should it b 'found that a single statute,'or the regulations both by the House SJid Senate Committees that I am not awaf of such a course?'having

to.conlemplate; ,be,had almiltt 'run. Ms threescore into every corner. ,of thebafread3tberpeech of the amounting officers of,the Treasury and confirmed by the enactment of&law, not been hitherto pursued hs this' class of.claims, :r

; ,and,in'his time has laid 4he"'foundation prorogation amidst dead sUen e The proctuion' are adverse to the claims I present, this is by no merely,of the action of the accounting officers in that any law warrants my sodoing; aDd thereforedo
r : decisive of the before tribunal waldrons ease but of tits principle on:which ,that not perceive.on.what grounds I could make such
J pata !on that sanneer'fade. He'was then leaves salt came; a blast of chvalrous > means question a ,. -
action was founded, affording,:;as the Committeesin a reference. "
the last of bound to do tad administer that justice for:which '
Intellectually, >gigantic family, trumpets; -God save the Queen"strikesup other statutes abundantly provide. 'It is not good strong language assert, no reason for the refusal As yon are aware of these claims having:bees

peace to the ashes _of -the :great !-SDtdMrJlt by the band of Gnans;deafening cheers out. policy, it is respectfully submitted, to devolve upon of the officer* of the Government to make payment heretofore rejected, and the grounds' of that rejection -

J c::. r side of loyal population! and the roar Of artillery Congress the power and ,responsibility-which al This I respectfully submit is a legislative interpretation are known to you, I have only to.add-' (.hat'I

closes session. ,It (a sight which .ev. ready is placed with, the Executive Departments, or direction as to the powers and duties of decline disturbing those former decisions. .'. .= 'I

....*"TA i Tai T:RTH.-)I.( La Banme says cry foreigner should endeavor to see if possi if as is believed to be the-ease,'the power and reveponaibiity the accounting officers regard to the .principles I have refrained front any.dlscnssum of the oh
'Medical. :' Times, ascertained 1 that vinegar ble but the tickets are',very limited. AH the of settling these claims rightly belongs i which aught,to govern them, misting; :upon this ugations Principals and agents inasmuch all

lad..a brash-will !ia a few; days .remove the tar* Ambassadors, attrnd in full cosnme.ti.JuniciAL to the latter. The supplies,for ,which payment,is subject;and coming from-so high*- ":source'should_ the weight not to the and accounting responsibility officers_of that, whose question authority,pertain .
ar thus asked contracted for Quarter. Masters andagette 'be entitled td much weight
obviating the necessity for were by -
filling or, : it is merely of to settle and to pay claims against the United State* -
who at tketimt of tM eontrtU'U wen ill the Let me repeat not a disapproval
t them which so often Injures the enam> .ElECTIOffJl ,}hssonzr.-The.StL ursiet tht United Stata :Should the question the action'of the accounting o moe .ma one ease, derived exclusively from, and only to the extent
.;$Pend.He recommends the u.:of powdered char: J.onis, Republican saint cp.its: ,details Of the of the obligation of the government; these supplies but ban express disapproval j and reversal ,of the of legislative enact aunt f to go beyond eeafided which to ttem.5,it a
tinetureof violation of the tact
.rbatalfyftflerwardsr whichopinion In'that State'tor judges of the circuit therefore;bo sent. to the'Secretary of War, it i principle vyo*. which that action wa founded manifest
election that the bvi of
-: 1.In hls' forma- bat and.these principles have been applied.by those of. 'It U proper,however ebeerre i
preTentalt that
to me one point can I present itself '
four seems
f:nine AltI-BeDtoD'meD: referred lae whkb
court follows
-u Feb. to which have ,
aDd ia- whether the Government will,make 'fleers to many other cases .the decision :of Congress 9,1795, you
that '
t10'1 : Benton';men;and one undefinable, iave beets I' .distinction between the acta of volunteer and upon the'special ease referred to;carries with places militia oa tbesame footing wink regU1 r 1

"; 'arrival from';..China.rire fsirth: ,elected,as judges.of.the circuit court ,In this militia any .quarter-masters and agents and: those of the ft a like disapproval of the-action bf the officers: in troops and subjects them'to tie'same "rvU*'*.*tiia .
tr psrlcrilara of the dlatarbances; fa the Celes- State. The Snprtaae court ,will haveupon.itabencbone I like;'grader.inJth regulari.ibr.aj to .. : an eases where they have applied: the"principles latter;could,ia the subject ofUiiofB mattes' yotr mvolved-k v
< are
(*l pia ; one Ben* of the Secretary's the act of which have thus been disallowed. by-Congress' in tar as the functions
) plea: 'The leader or tbierlDeLrhaii: Isi Whig one 'Dl.Be.ntrAJ1d question jurisdiction- II no tendency to falter:the'O'UJM' )has keen '
i man,* J*-- i s,.'*'3 I of March 29,1812;establishing Quar the cue Waldrena -
Ion Congress
1 docnments of.UMM
styling'tbts'the first:: year of ,- .ts I ',judgment Congress according; to the pursued in.tbe settlement/ :rejection
i '" 'l 4 let-Masters Department; andthe subsequent bat is :deemed to?confirm -and .eafdreait.
of the claims
: ytrt a (neard besides observed. f
I mnthonty cigd dlionsld, "
.piag .the, on that subject expressly rive, the Secretary eon; high ., If claims were presented by citizen*,for supplies
money etc.Tht ,dlsaffectlon preads :rhe.New-"Orle papers,notice. depart trol over the whole subject of supply Tor the army, lW great# respect 9ftIhI'ob't.nrr.4 ---- ;( k delivered or service*.rendered--tot .aa JJtSM,
f. and U"ed wiitAnort < present dynast iure of two,.httndrtdjSpAniardatrom that city by emoting that appUea shall p rcaaa d:bytf- I. k'J. SBPHT. = "WALKEB.f.* of IheB ptaArmylwjbfea .
V Jj W"edIated hi for Havana in consequence of#the outrages o f4.tiiai and also "CUf.tlOU" ClO.t :*.'Third' V> States Quartet Master
JWr irteri-with great ( facers and agent, Department, ( by ., did not appear1 to bt accounted fcr by hfan uMiir -
CODAdeu. .... the went jsob,*** *, baa aHpw**** "*** -J ajtnU'of tit Department for the subsistence of they I '" Attdllerof.Treasury,-Washington-. .

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M having been purchased, orisnud:(or ttstd, and tible, it only remains to see how the I laws prescribe enc in public affairs, and-his elevated persona unpleasant duty by applying the eat high up trttrationsinihat;IIn&bsl.

without which said supples .ot service the U. S. I that the duty involved shall be perform character, commanded. the respect of the onthe'Ylctim'ibMlr,, of whlch'the' latter com.plained'most we required,. and ,had ,a right to txptgT. *

troiitO which he was attached;;had been fully ed. whole countryfld (according to the Jovrna Utteri&knd begged to hare it ftp- besides, we,pmnme theyJve;; been t. ""L

r supplied; ,mot .auuredly ;ih: accounting officers I It will be found that the lawmlkfng the ap. : of Cossscerc4) b.a I rejarded b1. IaJ'P'leo-: piled lower down the gOOd.fltuteddUmmer paid for their Investments._ ,W'. D.
womd not pay.such claims,and thee1lJma.ntlwo11ld can !
I $2,400,000 dated JuJy 2,1838. tIon ot Democratlo party u aD eligible
'' b. eetod to the' same' ieathg; have governed propriation,This claim Waldron is forsupplies in,;December didate i to succeed Mr.Ffflaore in the Preside.- compiled, but the poor, soldier finding the application not for the purpose of criufatUo 'Wi "
the action the under consideration, oecaose -
the authority cases of the accounting* officers extends ,1835, and January, and Febrnaryl838' cy of the Union.-Cfarfcrf0n Countr still unple ant, complained as loudly] i candid notification, that they mug:"

only to the adjustment of claims tinder laws therefere if it had been paid at once by' any "as ever, when the drummer, losing patience, i hereafter. .
, which I need scarcely reiterate, disbursing officer and allowed at the Treasury; exclaimed "Confound the fellow there is no We hare no r-disposition to hi!
NEWS. : specify I
sancuSwments than what is THE : Q
for nothfag more the amount would have been chargeable to the
needful for the troops what incident to..the icr.S .' above appropriation and must have been actedon pZeaitjhim 1"We begin to fear this is too ,complaint, but there is one in which-...

vice, or what Is otherwise duly accounted" for ac- by the accounting officers according to the much the case with our neighbor "there is no sure,-for .once,,we'shaH. have theo

cording Very Rerpectfally.to prescribed Your rules.Ob't' Sen't., provisions of the above enumerated acts. See I such thing as pleasing him" He is perfectly contemporary: : and at'lsbi'the.h .

JKO. S. GALLAHER Auditor.To what they are: The act o f 5th April 1832, requires isementL
welcome to make what fun he pleases about our t4e Notwithstanding .tj : '
JOSEPH T. W ALEE&, Esq., the Secretary of War to settle, adjust,
Washington, D. C. and pay, the claims the militia called out in "ugly face57' -we never had much ranity on the amount of trade and produce tnaoallj.

1831, agreeably to act of 21 March 18'28: the score beauty, although we have enough to to Savannah from,East Florida, .wehalfadozen .
T&IASUZT PABTKENT: act of 21 March 1828 requires the Secretaryof of her .
think we are quite as good-looking as some of merchants &n '
Third Auditor's Office Nov.25
1S50. War to settle adjust awl pay in conformitywith
Sir-On the day my letter of 21st inst herewith the'provisions of ac* of January 2, 1795 JACKSONVILLEFLAsaturdaY our eighbors." We always thought an ugly, men .advertise in Florida, wtptpcrt* _

enclosed was prepared, and ready to be and that the'expenses transportation, supplies intelligent face, preferable tea handsome,Itu- they must remedy in the future, .orla'jy

sent to you, Ireceived your letter of 20th lust, &c., "shall be settled\ according to the September 20, .1851 pid one. Besides, if_we are not_ handsome, loose the sympathy_of. our pockets ath. t.o:
wherein you present matter tf) which you invite justice of the claim and with strut regard to
have thft consolation to know that the ,three This hint we should be glaid to find beffect
my attention as having important bearings the lam and usage heretofore.established for the AGENTS 'FOR THE NEWS.
: on the subject matter discussed in my letter settlements ofsuch claims:77 : ugliest men in the United States,, are the three in Charleston also. :

above,referred to. The law thus referred as heretofore established M j.JOHN BEAnD, Tallahassee, Fla. greatest editors : ,We need not name the editors .' "' 11

S You give an extract of a decision of the Supreme for the settlement of such claims is J. G. RKAEDOW, Esq., Ocala, Fla. of the Natl Intelligencer the New York HOW IT WORKS. '

Court, that "after decided expressionof deemed to be the Law or Feb.28, 1795. which T. P. KESNEDT, Esq, Tampa, Fla. A fugitive slave, belonging to, a

tbe opinion of one branch of Congress, it says,-Sec. 4: "The militia employed in the Gen. S. RUSSELL Newnansville, Fla. Herald, and the quondam dole. If our contemporary Louisville, Ky., was captured :
would not have been necessary to apply to6IIother. service of the U. States shall be subject to thesame could effect an exchange of a littleof receafy'|
Buffalo and certified
'.;; ." Also, an extract from the opinion rules and articles of war as troops of the B. FKISBY, Esq., Garey7s Ferry, Fla. his beauty,with one of these gentlemen, fora ', br the U.S.Commt..a.
of the Attorney General on the case of Chur- United States-7 GEO. CENTER, Esq, St. Augustine, Jia.? to the, owner, to be carried back tood.Kes!
little of another which he needs t
11. chill U1OOS, that "A proper deference tv cue Here then is the rule settlement of claims Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys, Fla. A writ of habeas corpus was immediately]
Legislature demands that their construction underact of 2 183. and they could spare, there might be improvement M
July S. GLINSKI, Esq, Pilatka, Fla. out, and the remanded slave broughtbeftfu
should be adopted'7-and that when Congress It is hardly: necessary to remark that the all round.

express an opinion in conflict with the rule of "General Regulations of the Army" as established The charge of "delinquency77 brought out so Judge Conkling, who discharged theoejn

., his (the Attorney General's) office, "it has by the President of the U. States, must LETTERS ON THE CLIMATE, SOILS, AND the the ground that he ran atcay before tkejuim
been considered as in the nature of PRODUCTIONS OF FLORIDA, Br B. MBVENE strongly by worthy editor, against "the
a Legislative impose the which M. D. U. S.ARMT. fair fame of the Administration not oftfe
interpretation, becoming courtesy the Regular Army, and consequently in accordance ought States
to the Legisative Department of the Government with them, the said Regulations, the Since the conclusion of the publication of these now to be denied by him. This is not the United was not in existence befonfti)

!I t requires the Executive to observe7 accounting officers must act on all Military valuable and interesting Letters in the News, we m:1nlyway to get out ofa difficulty. If he dis- fugitive law was enacted! The negro p

j You then point to uthe disapproval, both by matters brought before tLem,in the same manner bar had numerous applications for copies which covered that in over to Canada as soon as the Judge rttejJaf
'j attempting to mount the President
4 the House and Senate ,
Committees and
con in accounts Militia as in accounts of the S
him from the U. S.
F could not and desirous to :
WI supply, being give as Deputy Marshal
i .".. firmed" "by the enactment of a law, not merely Regular Army, and in the like manner enforce on what,rt the time, considered a popular ..
t ; of the action of the accounting officers in the game; and further, that the compliance by aide circulation as possible to the information they hobby, at the expense this official reputation This 8am'e Fugitive Slave Law was tlijj

Waliron's case, but of the principles on which disbtrsing officers with those Regulationsmust contain, we made arrangements to have a pamphlet and moral boon given to the South, for the wholesale

', that action was founded, affording, as the committees be the legal standard source of reference edition,of them published as speedily as possi standing-he had fallen into a liation of"the Compromise !" '*

in strong language assert, no reason for and af information to the accountings officers ble. This edition will be ready for delivery in a grave error-would it not have been more ,

:: \ the refusal of the officers of the Government as to the facts relating to the purchase and issue few days, at Twenty-five Cents a copy. Clubs at a frank and honest to say so? If he had openly svshcIOvs.The f-t; ,

to make payment. of supplies; consequently where it may appear distance, by enclosing one dollar will receive by "acknowledged the corn," and asked forgiveness Captain-General of Cuba, in f1W

t' This yon "submit as a legislative interpretation : by these prescribed forms of purchase mail five copies. Editors in this, and other State, for what many would have supposed a the application of Capt. Platt of the nrl1'
direction I very
or as to the powers and duties and issue that troops have been supplied to the NSTJ fc
L, Ii of the accounting officer, in regard to the extent of the law (as was the case of the 6th will oblige us by giving this notice one insertion, natural mistake, for one who was casting about visit the American prisoners, takes occuion

rf principles which ought to govern them in acting IJegt. of Florida Militia, for which Caldron and will receive a copy of the work. for political capital to aid his party, who would compliment him as follows: Ct 44 Iaasil, iW.

!' upon this subject, and coming from so high claimed have scld the articles he claimed have much "
: thouzht worse of him than before 1 of this occasion to assure you of the
estce .
.!"- a source, should be entitled to much weight; pay for) and yet that the disbursing officer attached To Corre.pondenu.We a..
i'.- You then assert that "the decision of Congress to the same troops has failed to make have on hand a number of interesting com His head only, they would say, was in fault,his your naMe conduct and frank and honoraKtdm.acter .

4 upon the special case referred to carries: my exhibit of the purchases or issues which it munications, which shall be attended to as soon as heat was still in the right place. But when entitle you to from me." :,

:, / with it a like disapproval of the action of the was his duty to make (as in case of Kendrick) possible. things turned out as they did turn out, he be- A compliment to an American Captain fa 1
t' : officers in all cases, where they have appliedthe -what rules or articles of War-what Regulation ,
came alarmed at the consequences of his faux such a source,under such
orincioles which have thus been circumstances i it l
/ disallowed -what Law authorizes him. the account- RI
ttF:: of our is this week
, occupied
the space pas, and, without reflection he stultifies him thing but honorable to the '
Of Congress in case 01 umrou. log officer, to allow and pay claims for alleged recipient; and I',,
You conclude thus: "And this judgment of supplies for troops fully supplied from other with a correspondence, which will be interesting to selfand_ chews his own words We only say, hope Capt. Platt will be able to praTt Uu. U

] Congress According to the high authority cited sources, not shown according to established many of our citizens, who have unsatisfied claims roe are sorry. was entirely unmerited. 4.$;

should be observed usage to have been applied to their use, or to against the Government for supplies, Ac,furnished I

In reply I have to remark, that: I entertain have been in any other way applied to the pub- during the Indian War. This correspondence will TilE STEAMER FLORIDA.We Mr. Drevr' County Ticket." t

;- the highest respect, and deference for the decisions lic service, nor to have been lost or destroyedby put those interested in possession of the actual had the Ma. EDITOR :-I addressed you last 1I'rd.
t and judgements of and pleasure yesterday of examin-
Congress, am the casualties ofthe service?
f' state of their claims. Mr. Walker deserves great ing at the. House find out from the Editor of the
disposed to go to their extreme verge in settling If vberc be none, what would be the measureof Counting of J. W. Caldwell, Rcpvl
(- claims favorably to citizens but at the censure and condemnation for his credit for the perseverance and industry exhibitedby Esq, a beautiful model of the steamer Florida, when and where the Convention met that.

.i, same time feel deeply conscious that no little to open the Treasury for the pavement assuming him in the prosecution of these claims, and we now in course of construction at New York and mated: the "county ticket," announced kjJ&
: prudence is in wish him success. destined to run between Charleston and Jacksonville
order to every ,
necessary guide
of all claims .
my any or presented for supplies Drew 1 Neither he nor has condescend.
fr action aright, and that it is due as well to that only alleged to have been for in and Pilatka, on the St. Johns River, you

i high authority, as to my office, and myself, service, but which were never by legally troops pre. BRITISH REVIEWS.-Leonard Scott & Co.'s reprints Florida. The steamer will be 145 feet long, 26 to answer my questions. If Mr. Drew,dila' j

) not to overturn an entire series of decisions scribed forms and vouchers shown to have of the Edinburgh Review, for July, and feet in breadth, and 9 feet deep, measuring nominate the ticket himself; who did} I
; : } 4.upon a large number of claim involving a been issued to such hut over 350 tons will have 44 berths in staterooms he think he
; troops, which said the North British for August, have been received can humbug the voters of tt>
vast amount of based and will be provided with
money, upon special acte every comfort
i-:. Congress made psneeiallr for the f'onrn. vpn troops by on IPcr the,1 prescribed contrary were forma satisfactorily and vnnehM pro-tn and after reading them through,we can recommend and convenience for the accommodation of county, and dictate to them who they art.It

*- i ment or- the liquidation- ana-adjustment OP.---or the have otherwise.,. been fully supplied 7' ----- -- them as replete with interest, and felly sustaining passengers. The builder is Mr. Samuel Snee- vote for? I think not. He will find hisaa-

*$' I same, without full conviction that Congress Manifestly in such cases, the accounting of the reputation of these able periodicals. den. who constructed the Savannah steamers take. The people can judge for thenseltaf

i I has fully, plainly and precisely directed such ficers are not authorized to make allowancesand Calhoun and Gordon, and the engine, which is well as he can, and will not be dictated U If
a change. On this point, I am by no means to pay, which is the position assumed in GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE.-The October cumber promised to be a model of its kind, will be furnished him. I have beard two of the gentlemen 1.

J< satisfied by what you have adduced in your the Report of the Third Auditor on the case of this tasty and interesting monthly ,has come to by the Fulton Works. She is under inated by Mr. Drew say they were not cm
. present former communications. contract to be delivered by the 15th of Novem-
Charles Waldron's claim.
hand in advance filled consulted before
as usual with beautiful their ,
engravings names were
In regard to the case of Charles Waldron I her and will be commanded ,
It remains by Capt. Lewis '
't only for me in further notice of and and that they were candidates.. ; "**
interesting matter.
\- have heretofore stated that it is not parallel to your communication to observe that ad. I Among Coxetter, long and favorably known in connec-
the cases now in question, in the important duced extract from a decision of the your Supreme the latter, is an article from the pen Frank For tion with the Florida! trade S ONE or THE Pxons.-

:' particular of not being the subject of special Court, apparently: refers solely to the two rester-giving the best insight into the sporting Wo congratulate our business community From,tht SaiaunahNsws. .

legislation, and must now add, it being for branches of Congress,and is therefore inoperative habits of the English Nobility, of any thing we have upon this opening of a direct communication ,
: supplies furnished in 1835 and between Charleston and the FROMIIAV&N'NAH, DIRECT! ,
1836 which on the question to which would seen lately. fertile districts of : !
were provided for in the General Appropria: it-and respecting the opinion you of the At-apply Florida which find their outlet in the St. The American PisDIU16't'IIl to Spain/-Arrwbof

,, tion Bill, embracing expenditures for the i torney General from which you furnish extracts HARD TO PLEASE.It Johns. This region is rapidly filling up withan -the Schr. William fy.John. t j .

,. I; Quarter Master and Subsistence Departments that it was given in a case involving is impossible to please some people-they industrious and enterprising population, a The U. S. Mail schooner William <ii,1,
I of those years whilst the Claims now sought entirely different points from those to which large portion of which is from our own State, Capt. Parker, arrived at this city yrstoto 1 I
to he paid are for supplies for specified troops you apply it-it, being upon the extent to are not to be pleased-no matter and the trade and travel, already considerable, from Havana which place she left on thiN

which served during the specified periods of which the provisions for payment of the Half how hard you may try to be polite and obli- is rapidly increasing, and will furnish a consid- instant. **f* IC

1839 and 1840 provided for by especial Acts Pay claims of tbe State of Virginia might be ging. At the very moment, perhaps, that you erable addition to our articles for export,in its I Capt. Parker reports that on the day,tesS

J of Congress. Hence it follows that the Reports carried under the act of July 5,- 1832, in con fancy you are doing the amiable in the most cotton, sugar, tobacco and fruit, which will beI I ed from Havana, a Spanish transport leftlkt
of the Honorable Committees, if they do even nexion with and in consideration of Legislative paid for in the dry goods, hardware, &c.of our city for Spain, having on board the Anew* )
rule the decisions made on one case, the pay- enactments and judicial decisions on the approved style-saving agreeable things, using storekeepers.Upon captured prisoners who constituted a peTe

ment of which was authorized (if as: they deem sime, by that State, and whether C. Gibbs, endearing and affectionate adjectives, and applying inquiry, we learn that only a small of Gen. Lopez's expedition. They saute' .
it was authorized) by one Law, (and that the might not be paid under the said law of the them in the softest tones-you are suddenly portion of the stock remake unsubscribed for; one hundred and sixty persons. **?*

t general law of settling the accounts of the dis United States, his half: pay for life, notwithstanding taken all aback by an ungrateful repulse and those of our capitalists and business men, The Captain confirms the report of.l.lt I
bursing officers of the Army,) can have no the fact of his who desire to make lease
. : having been paid a from the object of all kind a profitable investment'! as of four of the prisoners. He I.i
bearing upon decisions made under explicit commutation of said half your solicitude! well as to in the that
pay by the State of participate opening up of anew on the day he arrived at Key West, tie
;; provisions, of other laws, enacted for specified Virginia. The conclusion of the Attorney This has happened to us before to-day. Finding and profitable avenue of trade to our was considerable excitement and difficulty *

: ;, their claims, even if those have Honorable Committees in General was, substantially, that he might be our estimable: neighbor was wanderinga city, should at once call upon Mr. Caldwell, to that place, in consequence of its Laving be.
Reports carefully examined and so paid, in consideration of certain Acts little from whose enterprise and we stated that Officer
I stated the of that narrow path, from which no energy are mainly indebted an of the Spanish Goto
principles of the rejection of the Congress subsequent to that of July 5 for the! snccess of this ment in the '
1932 snN
" important
i claim and the steady and discreet editor enter capacity a spy,
manifest to devi-
ought ever
application: those and prise. Charleston ,
alluding expressly to the subject matter of ][ITCJlTY. there in a Spanish smack from Hsvuir:b
I principles of the rejection of the claim and this! said Act of July, '32. ate, we ventured to call his attention to the We insert Ibo of this ,
: [ the manifest above announcement with consequence report; the citizens ofltt
application of those a
principles to Now this opinion which have furnished fact-not without misgivings that West had broken '"
you we b
were nil the Snanish
; the and great: deal of pleasure. an shah.
powers duty of the And
while this
; I accounting offi- extracts if it be applicable to the case YOU treadin2 on too delicate. ,"onndImt w... ... ............._ noon. the place and that they endeavored- to on
ce uu&uvv to the course of substant --- 0----- --- subject
: ation nave buommea, would go to uphold ana to en we would repel the charge mndo by the Spanish smack with tut
the of
of the claim to be cuted the task in such a intention
pursued by the claimant manner we thoughtmost the
7 force the
; : decision of the Florida
accounting officers in Republican her.
ing did
this however I cannot: concede upon us, of having They not succeed in takirgb'
and with the kind and
of conciliating.
inasmuch pointed
case Waldron the out to
as Acts
I ; of spoken she
this having .
most upon subject in
.v respectful deference tc their action in the terms invidious to
f premises,will proceed to explain : Congress subsequent to the Act of July 2, him, in the mildest language, wherein he had Savanab. Ibis we deny. Our The city of Havana Is reported quiet., ,
1836. under
: The decision of the Third Auditor ( which Waldrons claim should if erred, in word and deed, and besought him by neighbor ap. The U. S. sloop-of-war Suranac Commod*
allowable ,
: I quo. have been paid) by pears anxious to take himself
upon the
express proviso championship Parker
ted in the report of the Committee of Claims every consideration that was likely to was at Havana. S
: require that be move
i House supplies paid for other than of Savannah in this \
S is contest for
Repaesentatives the
; those authorized by Law and him, to abstain, in the future from Mr.::
"It is requisite in all Regulation (see indulging trade of the St. Johns : for FUImore'ajMl Cuba ,
cases of as oursclf
I supplies purchased Acts, August 1842))-supplies paid for shall in personalities observe all we shall The National -,"-
that satisfactory evidence of their on occasions, advocate whatever tends to the Intelligencer of the 3d!ioif*,
ap not exceed the
t plication: tothe public service should be shown quantity of each description to strict editorial etiquette-to avoid unbecomingand advancement prosperity and ., nonnces the fact, that the Collector of tiff* L5
; which said of Florida
in order to authorize any allowance being laws troops were entitled by existing indelicate similes-to select] his ,without regird to any of New Orleans has been removed froza lati,
made tberer r." Upon this the (see Joint Resolution April 30, 844;) and language political co uiderations, which he seems to have fice on account of not interfering with .*

.' Committee descant, as being "novel principle," "un ten. considered by this opinion in, the said decisions should be a little more carefully-and,possible, to be a ever in view. We apprehend that Florida pedition of General Lopez, which sailed ft*
as accordance with little
"Legislative more perspicuous in and that 1W
able"-"not reputable to the Government.7 style expression, will shape her own political part. .; *
The Honorable interprrtation"-which becoming Courtesy" so as to obviate in course, without regard Tha President is ft*
Committee of the Senate the some degree, the mistakes to either very prompt to remOTe
required Executive to observe Georgia or Carolina 'OL
'- I I adopt the Report of the Committee of the out the law of 1836 and if I in carrying that must arise from obscurity of style. His cities of Charleston As to the office those who do not happen to exert,!"
House of ; so, might adopt and Savannah they strictest watch
Representatives and still both over the Cuban patriotieeprevent
t' go farther nearly the wordsbf jour own conclusion that response, last week, as we understood it, (although have
., stating, "nu suggested that the vender ')f the "the judgment of Congress presses that are abundantly able, and every expedition from sailing 10, .
supplies must not only show the sale and de high authority cited its according to the 'We expressed our doubts at the time, more than willing, to present the claims assistance of the liberators; but wbenM1

&i, livery; and the reasonableness of the prices i "observed7 and I am, brought own to acts has been whether we had the true interpretation,) was their respective cities in the of asked to remove the Boston Marshal, v&* %

charged, but must go further, and prove that expressed conclusion, of my -already just what it ought to be. It was penitent and terms most forcible failure to do his duty in the declining to
disturb to favor.
I the proper application was made of these stores_ ; the former decisions on these cases. apologetic, and,we accepted it as such with We shall keep aloof from Use slaves,'Crafts, was admitted byAttflfH

by the Quarter: Master to whom they were de To prevent misapprehension I must be much pleasure. In all silly controversies that may arise between General Crittenden,and by the Tirgwa iIi j*
I livered, to the proper corps, and in legal quan- mitted to observe that I have reference, per. our succeeding Issue we them. and hold oursclf ready to the place, why, he insults the South by refusSf*
: give
tities, and also that the had solely said so-we felt pl assd with onrself and meed do it I This is the
corps not ,other- to pay: for more lhan tbe troops _were entitled kindly of praise to whoever deserve great Southern PreJJ
wise and obtained more'than its legal allowance, to,and shown to have been properly applied to towards our,magnanimous: neighbor we had persist that the may it. We still now the head of affairs. He is very proPr1enforce '

that the proof must be shown by the or used in the public service under the sown the seeds of politeness and opening of competition be. treaties that sustrin Spanish depe land aIift

\ Quarter Master's accounts. and Regulations.Very Laws __.3 __ I.'. ... __ good manners, tween the two cities for our trade will DrOT8 crush the hones of.n&trioi,r hut wkea 9*

i 1&rh1aprinciple (it is stated,) is an estab Respectfully, Your Ob't. Serv7t. ana we,leit graiinea mat they Had not fallen a nuppy circumstance for Florida." We' .however -. edon to ,execute, .the Fugitive' Slave-Ji-i
lished,ml of on barren ground-they had neglects to do
the it
Department.77 JNO. produced frau and
; On which s. GALLAHER, Auditor. incline to the,opinion that the attempts to I ueue
; Report of the House of and it was ndvtOg i self by a
Representatives, and To JOSEPH T.WAIXEK, Esq.Washington goodly to look upon. Bui our,feel. direct steam species of contemptible quill n
thisfsuggested77 matter ;the Honorable Committee D. ings,were destined to experience sad' communication, which Chln:es- would disgrace a county court Iawyer..tJ'' a
C. a revulsion. .
make ton will F
many inferences strictures soon have with &urgVa.) Repu lica '
I i and *- The "lamb-like" Europe, will give that *
remarks. The wjjy to which, is, that it is docility of our contemporary city an advantage over -
: humbly conceived that the JUDGE WOODBURT.-The death was,all a mistake Savannah which she Advices from Lisbon J
I Committee of the of this dis -a delusion. la the cannot ,:of the 9th last,
L House Representatives., misapprehended the tinguished individual, announced by our.Tele last"llcpu lwlI he pointedly disclaims all inten the easily overcome,,unless her citizens take that the ,Portuguese Government !&1P'! Iift
cope of the Report of the Third graphic correspondent in advice of the ing to deCree' the
I iL that Auditor, and yesterday's Courier. tion to make any amende whatever correspondent of the Southern extinction of.iIl
the suggestions took place at his residence to us-he Press in its
commented on by thee in Portbsmoutb, N. denies felt "Alabama, and embark in the same possessions, as also more'ItnDj *l '
the Senate having enerprize.
Committee were not 'made in that H., on Thursday, ata quarter before 10 P.M. or expressed and contrition Our remarks last urea f9r suppressing the traffic general!
said Report of the accounting officer His age was about 61.. He has been (says the for the past, or held out any hope amendment month were Intended the coast of Africa.

t t The plain letter, spirit, and intent of that %N.w York Journal of Commerce) prominent for the future. I, 'He had'no apology to makewe -, ,aaaspurto the' business men of Savannah.... r

-. Report of the ThlrdAuditor; is,'that unless it last among the statesmen of our country for the were the, "wrong.doer"and'webad Wefe they may.rely upon the advantage of Fn.t.Ut1STW.Tl1I.. term ft'D9&l .
be .tlat&ctorU'lhoWD, that the twenty years,and has filled various high deal t their proximity,us .more than erallr understood, but the N.w'Orr.uwhleh'
great of ,
property purchased.was their
and "presumption : upon ,
responsible offices to
applied with expect" that he gln'the definition.
t to the public service distinguished effi. nterprixe but they says "it was I
aUowanoewalauthorfsed no ciencyand faithfulness. He was good ,Christian ,to ina.18 well understand iarly used in the
to be.made for the Secretrry'of enough "do, good ,for hat French and otherhanV hDiC
fame. Allowance Itm&deoD its first presen- Jackson the Treasury during the administration of Gen: evil!I", Verily, our neighbor"hard to please.7* .though ,they:can prevent the spanning of as descriptive','a'class-of :$fcdveatwtn!(

tatlon y'a! & bJ whom? 'Whyby the and: subsequently represented:New He reminds':us 'of,a British soldier wbo the:Savannah River,by rail-roadsyet' they cannot nations, who,during the last half of tie
Hampshire itr
ocountlngofficer charged with that and the Senate of the United States. I sentenced -)) was prevent the bridging of the teenthccnturylnfeated Chewed dia'
datl' Atlantic
If&ctIncoxTtct1! under the He has also filled the office otGoyrnorofNew by a court-martial to receive fifty Ocean; nd.the coast.of.Central
America torIlt-,
J> 10 _
authority of long lLItlst'art' ,
,Jojownfaw can some Hampshire and at the tlirie'of j stripes:voa the bare baok- of propelling vessels by steams pose of :
aD1posUOD.be, mor his death 'was i the"drummer of the piracy, and who were in Eoglai
.It&bUItd7, &IvmIJI1 ibJIlo be Inoontroyr.clearly one of the Justices of' the Supreme Court ot the J regiment,'who is the usual executioner of.such left tous.:> Troe, they haro ,done something commonly termed Buccaneers.: ,The ter j

" ; United States., His great cpacuyad eiperi.. .eentences;' commenced'the:_ performaaceW br us heretofore iu the way of Eteam.boats&c.1 derived from the' Spanish name of a Jig] .'
, hisr a vesselthea in
*"* ; r bulCAndor'onipel ust'o ,, common'use in lbs
< /U & '
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p lO. r.: d : proceeding,rd&o, but that Mil Congfencould d1OrinIJOt not 7I "{, POINSETTfS: "' ." "v ;{':':,N TI 1'T 'r St B G RS.'J&t. .--: "," .

?_iaiitf.r.tJlB AMcrniig'N.i.L]I devolve the duty: on State, Judicial olTother INDIAN'LOXECUST. .4 .. .aI. ... ...

*fAfeRirtla ptwyIvaIa..Armt41t1r.- Officers, and that( '.:legislation 'could not %j : *eC

.ty-flT.. of th Men, provide or tnstrict. .... -
coaCl9t. remedy" THE MOST CERTAIN AND S REMEDY ". d ,. i .
.B.u.m.o&ssept.G AM. !
The act of 1793 :
excepting clauses authori .
United Stales' .authorities hare: .tb.ni Jared sing State authohtiea to'enforce It,. Is stilL in 0 after the 10th 'day of Joac'tlt fry ;
n. Chronic Dianiura and .. ,.. .
thirty-fire; mostly negroes who. force: The act of September. 1850, does'not ,Dysentery departure of the steam packetMAGNOLIA ': .

r. connected with the recent riot: at Chris- repeal it,-for the title of the latter'expressly Which has'ever. been presented tithe public. It : ".', : ;::

e, W uter Cotnty, p,1n1ft.'Th,7: states it te:be amendatory .of.the; act of 1793.The'constitution1eratjvIyriqnIrea stands upon its onn"merits,and needs nopvffing.S3T -

irwd. with murder and high? treason.rieBe ....- the : IT HAS, NOT 'FAILED: TO CURE IN, A CAP?:P.:Nnh,
I I C, against them1aeiy strong I fugitive slave: to. be delivered" up.- The 'words SINGLE' INSTANCE_ 0 Prom &Tannah to Palatks,will be TUESDAY, .

II Thes*are some of the. persons whctrai upon ,ares BY THE WELAKA.By Valuable preparation 'compounded arriving. SATURDAY;connect with the
U.s:. f&TSbal, .and the Messrs..Gorsnch, "No person held, to service or, labor in one '. ;. .- THIs several medicinal: roots growing in tJteam Ships
respectable cititins of Maryland who were State under the .thereof. escaping into an- .. .. .0 the Wilds of Florida. It is FCKELY and WHOLLY FLORIDA AND ALABA.DI'.A

0 lptiirt to recaptoreseveral of their fugitive' other, shall in consequence of any law or .regulation the arrival of tJie.lteam- cket ,'Welaka, Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the For New YOrk She will continue '
., that htJ escaped Pennsylvania.sre therein be discharged from such service this morning 24 hounjrom'SlLyannah cure of the above disease. The Inventor and I Tuesdays to leave on
yel we are throughout the
.; We gratified to le-irn: that the governI or labor may be due." Proprietor is fully convinced that it is an invaluable year
I[ has taken prompt steps to, sustain the It would seem tq,be'.palpable evasion of the putin possession of the Savannah .News and. Medicine. In fact the test that he Carrying the United States Ian.

(; I and that some at least of the perpetrators constitution, and indeed a violation it..if the Georgian yesterday. has given it in the.town in which he resides, For. Freight Engagements Passage, having
1Ii I ibe A late outrage -Pennsylvania hare been fact of owning service or labor is proved, and and the astonishing mttt with which it has superior accommodations, State Booms, &c7

etted.! We hope that justice will be meted the fact of.the slave having escaped is proved, :N ebiL met, warrants him in sayisg that it is a''POSITIVE apply to the Captain boardor to

ito them without stint, ,and that,they may for a judicial,officer to' discharge him. The rIrt'apjft CURE. He has therefore come to the FERNANDEZ, BISBEE & CO..

'H1fJ.i I |,a< 'peraltted to escape through the legislation of Ccnjress cannot' fetter or restrictthe determination to place It'within the reach of Agents at Jacksonville, or U .
,.. Of. mock trial, as was the case when Mr; : constitutional right of the master. No leg THE PENNSYLVANIA OUTRAGE. all, knowing how many suffer with this very M. A. COHEN, .

Snedy of Maryland was killed, in pursuit of islation of Congress' should be'so construed' as PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14, 10 P.. M.":'The officers unpleasant and often dangerous Disease,par I Agent at Savannah -
' property, by the abolition mob of Carlisle, to restrain of embarrass such right. The pro.' of the United States, composed of the United -. ticularly in the Southern and Western States.In Savannah June 3, 1851.JSrThia ,.

.,., It.in 1848-or as in the case of the rescuers vision of the'constitution is imperative and paramount States, marshal, Disc. Attorney Ashmede, purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be Steamer will leave Jacksonville for

C" Sbiiracb in Boston, last spring.-ED. Th'net of 1793 and the act of,1850 and Commissioner Ingrahamwho went up yes particular and look for my written signatureon Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING at 7 o'
"JI rn.] were both intended to facilitate the enforce terday investigate, at Christianna,Lancaster the labeLI clock, until further notice.
: ment of that right, not to embarrass or restrain county, Pa., in reference to the recent terrible refer the public below to a few certificates June ?. If

:1 More Arretti of RIoters.PHtUDJLPHIA it-not to nullify the, constitutional provision, outrage perpetrated there by the negroes, have selected from among many received from respectable
.' : Sept. 16, P. M. but were in aid of it. Th"decision as reported thus far made twenty-four arrests, besides the citizens of Jacksonville.
\t received here that fifty- seems to us to be an eva&ion 01 the act of thirteen previously arrested. The officers EGBERT POINSETT.P. From Jacksonville

Iellinee'arrests hare been made of parties Implica- 1793 or rather that portion of it still'un- were accompanied by about forty other gentle S..Planters should not. be without this for; tnt rpris and ITXellonville* .

t in the Christiana outrage, at Lancaster repealed, and declared by the {supreme' Courtof men. Those errested were mostly colored per valuable Medicine. Every family; ought to THE Steamer SARAH
I the United States to be within the constitution
sons. Several dirks &0. were found it hand. &I
i guns keep on SPALDING, having been newly
I The IInt1.U. S.Marshal, and Commissioner Ingra. ; and likewise an evasion of the law of 18S0"1: some of the guns heavily loaded. : Ail\I.REED, principal Agent for Jackson .. _fitted up, will"resume nor regular
hate proceeded to make further arrests notoriouly intended to be cumulative to I Much excitement prevails. Young Gor&nch ville. trips for the above places on Monday the 26th must, .
km, of1793. The criticisms about technical forms was still alive at last accounts,though but little Jacksonville, August 16,1851. ly touching at all the intermediate landings, and will I
.; dy.. Johnson has offered one thousand and papers, and the discharge of the slave in hope wns entertained of his recovery. It at- continue punctually to leave every Monday morn

. 1 1.t Governor liars reward. for the apprehension and convic- the face of full proof of his being a slave and a pears from the testimony, that about too colored JACKSONVILLE, E. F., August 15th, 1851. ing steamers at o'clock to and,from connecting Savannah.with For the freight U. 8. Mail en

the murderer. fugitive, looks like quibbling away the remedy persons were engaged in the riot,who were Dear Sir: This will inform you that one board
Dot : gagements or passage apply: on or to .
.t, intended to be given in good faith by the compromise more or less implicated in the resistance. The tottle of your Medicine called INDIAN Loxe.ctsT FERNANDEZ, BISBEE & CO., Agent ::

)'e" New York Cotton Market. act The South will not be satisfied firing commenced from the house after blowing has permanently cured two of my no. Jacksonville, Aug. 23, 1851* 6m
, with this mode of expounding and administer a horn and a large number came mostly of attack of I
NEW YORK, Sept.25, P. M. up, groes a severe Dysentery. con.
i ing the law. Tf the decision of Judge Conklinis armed. eider it an excellent Medicine for this complaint Florida House For Rent.MTHH .
. Cotton is heavier to-day in this market. No adhered to fugitive slaves in this State who
The evidence is in
very strong against some and take great pleasure recommending above well known HOTEL, situa
frt aoUble change prices'Tex. esciped: prior to September, 1850: haydn effectall of the prisoners. it to the public. BelpectCuI1yyours, the city of St Augustine, being in -

itW Creditors. immunity, for they cannot be delivered up Joseph Scarlet,& white man-and; Wm.Brown, S. FERNANDEZ. order, is for rent, for one"or more
.. under the law of that month. If arrested: under colored, hava been committed on the charge To Mr.E.Poinsett. years,with without the furniture.
WASHINGTON Sept. 15, 6 P. M. it, Jndge Conklin will not deliver them up high treason. Several prisoners were subse- June 14, 1851. tf A. H. COLE.

ji 1 meeting of the creditors of Texas, which under the act of 1763, nor under the constitutional !! quently released, and others detained for further JACKSONVILLE, May 6th, 1851. -
'; it been held in this city adjourned to-day, obligation and pledge; but they will be investigation. This is to certify it is with much pleasurethat I I In Circuit Court:

'I'J" itl the determination to leave the adjudication discharged, so as to enable them to run to Can- I announce to the Public that 1 have been EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.In .

their claims to Congress. ada. This decision will, we predict, arouse, and effectually cured of the distressing complaint
SECOND DISPATCH. Chancery.Matilda .
" excite the South more than anything that has called Dysentery, by the highly recommended
C-( IsBEE DAiS LATER FROM EUROPE!-ARRIVAL occurred. We regret that it has occurred, and PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14, 10% P. M.-The of. remedy of Mr. E. Poinsett. I had resorted to Ann Witford, )
, OF THE PACIFIC. that ficers have jnst returned from Lancaster county vs. ;\ BILL FOR DIVORCZ.
especially it was made in New York many things, but of no avail; I was induced to Daniel Wilford.
r. NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 9 P. N having in custody, ten of the party arested try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine, )
-seven of whom were commited to prison on and r appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
1..i W steamer Pacific has arrived with Livery To the Voters of I>nal County. : a charge of treason. Three are detained as wit- to my great was completelycured the Defendant, Daniel Wilford, resides beyond
" dates: to the 3d inst. Cotton was less ani- FELLOW.CITIZENS-My term of office as nesses.<< They are all colored except Joseph within a few days, and have not been the limits of the State Florida, so that the ordi
, ,ted, but unchanged in prices. The sales of the Court Scarlet. A crowd of at the troubled since with that so much dreaded dis nary process cannot be served upon him.
Judge of Probate of your county, to great negroes was .
ease.I motion of W. M.Ives Solicitor
Lee the departure of the ,Niagara amounted ,Esq., for Com
thousand bales of which which you elected me two years since, is drawingto depot when they arrived, but no disturbancetook am happy to say other immediate cures have plainant ,
tit twenty took ,-two hundred.exportersspeculators a close, and.you will soon again be called on to place. The prisoners were marched off to come under my own observation within a few It it Ordered, That a hearin be had on the
t' il forty prison guarded hy the U. 8.Marines. facts charged in the Bill
..; Breadstuffs are depressed. Flour has de- choose an incumbent ofthat office, for tho ensuing days. I cheerfully add my mite to the already Term next of Complainant the Circuit Court,to at be the hold-December

med sixpence to a shilling. two years. LATER FROM HAVANA-ARRIVAL OF AN- great amount testimony with regard to your en at Alligator, in and for the county of Columbia.
Large discoveries of gold have been made at When I was before a candidate for your suffrages OTHER RELEASED AMERICAN.NEW Valuable Medicine. I am, respectfully&C., Provided, That a copy of this order published a* "

.' &thurstSoath Wales. r Igava you a pledge, that if elected, I would ORLEANS Sept. 12.-The brig Tehuan- M.HEABN.Jr. the law directs., for the space of three months.
To E. Poinsett THO.
Judge Ac.
I have advanced half frank. ,
Console a I perform the duties of that office to the best of my tepee brings Havana: dates of the 6th, and a A true copy:

di Tie political intelligence continues unimpor- ability, and without "foar, favor or affection;"- fourth released member of the expedition.Capt. .- JACKSONVILLE, May 21, 1851. Test,-S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk.

IDt whether I have kept that promise, is for you to Kelly says that Lopez ordered Critendento Dear Sir: I consider it to be a matter of duty July 12, 1851. 3m _
join him, but the latter refused to do so.- to inform you that I have been laboring UDder -
But I have had of
I ifFrtwi[ the Baltimore Patriot, 12ht inti.] judge. so many assurances Lopez's ammunition was rendered useleasby a a very violent attack of Diarrhoea, which In the Circuit Court:
probation, that I am induced again to present ,
. Iwfal Ootraje-Four Citizens of Baltimore severe storm. His guide proved fals. nnd led baffled the skill of two Physicians,and rendered -
,. County Shot. myself to you aa a candidate, and hope, should his company among the Spanish troops. me unable to do any work. But fortunately DUVAL COUNTY IN CHANCERY.

1 dreadful affair took place at Christiana. your choice again fall upon me, from the familiarity when adout to give up all hope of ever obtaining Archibald H. Cole, Complainant, and )
I.r incwter county, Pennon Wednesday last, in which I have acquired with the business of that ADDITIONAL BY THti EUROPA.. relief I beard of your INDIAN LOXE- Francis Defendants.Richard and John S.Sammi, ]>

.. kick five or six persons were killed: It np- office, to be able to render more complete satisfac- NEW YORK, Sept. 16.-Ledru Rollin and 120 CUST, and the use of five Bottles has entirely
I... ITS that Mr. Edward Gorsnch, his son Dick- tion than I have heretofore done. .,'hers have been arrested for conspiracy. 'restored me to health. I take much pleasureto r Francis appearing Richard to the, one Court of the upon said affidavit Defendants thafr .J
.. Gorsuch Nathan Nelson Mr. Hutchins l'rincedcjoinvillehas been officially announced Medicine to all those who i
son Having firmly resolved know no parties (shouldI recommend your resides within the State of Florida but without thi .
'\. another from Baltimore had uiilidate for the The affairs be similarly afflicted. Yours &o
person county, be elected the election shall know none as n Presidency. may limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit: On motion
one to the above place. to procure the arrest oflie ) after of Italy wear a threAtenin aspect. The BENJAMIN DAVID.To McQueen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant,
tf'I absconded slaves. The runaways, with before; but offer myself to yon, relying upon my French squadron in the Mediterranean has .E. P&insett, Esq. It it ordered, That the said Francis Richard do
use negroes of the place, had taken refuge in individual qualifications alone, and as pledge for been ordered to the Italian coast. The decree appear and plead, answer or demur to said Bin
f'If tome, and on the U. S.Mershal, with hisMSB the future, shall only refer;you: to the past '!' the Emperor Austria, proclaiming absolution JACKSONVILLE, June 27, 1851. within two months from the date of this Order,w r

... in company with the above named per- Very respectfully, your fellow-citiren and obedient ha created great excitement in Austria Dear Sir: I am entirely relieved of my complaint said It Bill also will ordered be taken. That as confessed! against him.
ts the
' N thanks to you for your "INDIAN LOX foregoing order be
the sallied from the inJ
'f approaching, negroes servant, throughout Europe. published in one of the public
gazettes in said circuit ,
the t
ECUST it is the best I have ever used for
and fired them. Mr. E. Gor-
use upon killing 13. F. LIVINGSTON. -- -- once a week for two months. .
13 instantly and mortally wounding his son, -sept :Notice to Creditors. disease, and I feel happy in recommending it to THOS. DOUGLAS. Judge.

om which he afterwards died. 'Mr. Nelson Tothe_ Voters of Dnval County. PERSONS demands the the public. Yours truly,
having against
;1 Mr. Hutchins were also severely injured ; FELLOW.CITIZESI offer myself a candi. ALL of Rebecca. Read, late of Duval GEORGE COULTER.To I, IsADORfc Dnval V. GARSIE, Clerk of the Circuit
E. Poinsett, Esq. Court County, Eastern Circuit of Florida
i- others escaped unhurt the Marshal'spartbtn date for the office of Sheriff Dnval County, at the County, deceased are hereby notified to present do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a correct,
1; fired upon the negroes, and it is said, ensuing election. I have bad some experience in them to the undersigned within two years BATON ISLAND, St. John's Beach, } copy of the original order on file in my: office.
': lie!four of them. At the time of making sal- the duties of the office, acting as Deputy. If you I from the date of this notice, or they will be August 7, 1851. I V. GARNIE. Clerk-
I' one of the negroes struck the corpse of the forever barred by the statute in such case made Dear Sir : This will inform you that threeof August 23, 1851. 2m
der should elect me, I shall discharge official duties
Ia. Air. Gorsuch, with an axe splitting his my and
provided. children were dangerously ill with the
I.. ill,the body of Mr. D. Gorsuch was nearly] faithfully, and to the best of my abilities. MALCOM McG. BREAD ALB ANE, Dysentery my or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks.I THIS SIDE UP

. it in two by blow from a scythe. sept 13. A. W. CRICH ON. Administrator. tried almost everything that I generally used .

la addition we learn that Dr. Pierce and Mr. Sept. 13, 1851. 3m for this disease, but all to no effect. A friend .. .II tst c9t snjnv Cejinoqr .t
5'; ticking are missing, Dud fears are entertained To the Voters of Dnval County. of mine recommended me to try your Medicine 'AHOIPK 'H :'t I
.< tit these have also fallen victims to the deswtioa I respectfully announce myself my fellow-citi- Notice. called INDIAN LOXECUST. 1 procured it- .lq sjgojd! rrsms. j v prog4S3IH300HD I,

tlf. ef the negroes. Tbc greatest excite lens of Dnval county as a candidate for the office of Atlantic tt Gulf Ball Road Company. ardam happy to say that lXBottles of it cur Pu aunLINuii-gSJaNVHD1lKN: A1ItIN1lR: 0

.,... prevailed bjeel in the neighborhood upon the Cleric of the Circuit Court of said county-pledg- next annual election for Directors of ed all three of my children-hoping your val- : pICD c'/'J"N".r ':1.2W wl 'zSo&L N1IO3wyjo .uti

i Tn deceased resided about miles ing myself elected, to discharge my duties to the THE Atlantic & Gulf Rail Road Companywill uable Medicine may become generally known, 'OSTVnojwraoqx
twenty that all that be afflicted with this disease
" best of abilities. beheld at the city of St. Augustine at the go may :
ta this city on the Fork road and my ,
were certain and safe
have a remedy .1VJt 1Ua 1fCDb
; eUintke highest estimation by all who knew Aug. 23,1851. I. V. GARNIE. Court Room in the Court House in said city may Yours truly 1I1:1: ivaq l31q oot
1'1 to. at twelve o'clock on Monday the 13th day of 'emrr! sdq spxivq ooi
-b- authorized to Major JAMES LATIMER. !fcura OITU.& 1llunb taT jo .rut.
Mr. We are announce October next 1851.
. Gorsuch and his friends finding himself Pilot St. Johns Bar. -uimb pmtaqivj OOO'OI
rtrcome retired GEORGE II. SMITH, as a candidate for Sheriffof A. G. BENSON, 000'09
from the house and
as soon AS !,
To E. Poinsett, Esq. pa K U.t&1fitrJ; a.lDQ aRYl
hP1 Duval at the ensuing election. septlS. ,
merged were fired from the county,
upon upper
_. __
adowsof the house and attacked by the crowd GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, JACKSONVILLE, JuJ130, 1851. : cIoS Sug: .raa oAo 91I 1BDt

;. mtsid Edward Goruch was shot in thenaftaod QilB.: EDITOR: Please announce JOHN M. Commissioners. Dear Sir: I have tried your very valuable j 0
.' fell dead. bis son was shot in the J. BOWDEN, as a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit -i Aug. 9,1851. td Medicine for Diarrhoea and find it "by far.the Notice.

') MIld shoulder, and is reprrted this morning Court at the ensuing election. sept13. Great Bargains- the best and safest cure for this dangerous disease MONTHS afterdate we shall
present our
, we since died from hit! wounds, both hR...- that I have ever known or heard of. My SiX
D:7": MR. EDITOR: You are requested to an- i Subscriber wishing to devote.hisatten- accounts and vouchers, as administratrix
1 been beaten with club's after being shot.waGorsucb.a .- THE little daughter, aged about two years, had suffered
and administrator of estate.of John StancU\
.'" nephew Edward Uorsuch nounee URIAH BOWDEN, as a candidate for exclusively to his profession offers long and was reduced to almost a skele-
late of Ala hua county and State Florida
t. u Ihoybough still living, is considered to belrea.t Tax Collector for Duval County, at the ensuing for sale on accommodating terms, his lands and tot. and 1 tried part of a Bottle of your INDI- Iy, .' to the Hon. Judge of Probate of said* 0deed.
.. lots adjoining the town Jacksonville with all and acted like charm
danger. Dr. Thomas Pierce was badly election. sept13. AN LOXECUST it-hAS a ,
for final settlement and at the
*and beaten and it is feared cannot survive. heir improvements. There are on these lands the child is n .w improving and may be seen by imc county, shall a to said court; for letters same of

I '.Hatching and Mr. Nelson escaped and got n:7": 'Ve are requested to announce Mr.JESSEM. two strong Chalybeate Springs, which yield a by those who Co not believe. Repectfully, discharge we from apply the administration, Of said Es'.
p ftp Philadelphia VALENTINE, as a candidate for County Surveyor copious deposite hydrated peroxide of iron. 'A. V. COLV N. I .
I of.Dnval County, at the ensuing election. They are assimilated in their medicinal pro- To Poinsett,Esq.Sr.NlcmzoLas. I tate.take All tice.persons DICY interested STANDLY are desired Admi'x.[Lt.'
and Turnbridge springs I ,
From the N. r. Herald.porUnt perties Brighton '
Fla. 31 1851. SEBBON J. STANDLY Admh'
nr-: We are requested announce THOMAS England and the Balston and Bedford springsof July ,
We Decision on the Fugitive Slave Law. SU ARE ,'as candidate for County Commissioner this country. Also spring of the coolest!! Dear Sir: This is to certify that two Bottles Newnansville.E.Fla.; Aprils, 185h S _
stated the other day, and expressed our at the election. ep3UpMR.EDITOR common'water to, be found in this section of of your Medicine called INDIAN LOXECUSThas 'J
14I. Duval ensuing
Uficauon for the fact, that the Fugitive Cor county country; brick yard with one Hall's patient permanensly cured two of. our Negroes, ofa State of Florida, ,County of' Nassau :" .

ate the act for 1850 had been faithfully enforced : : You are requested to announce machines ready for'operation-the only one in severe Diarrhoea. 1 take pleasure in recommending Probate .Court ,
judicial authorities of the free States, this the demand for bricks is valuable Medicine-as being
d WILLIAM KNIGHT, of Clay Hill pre- vic'initywhere your AT' CHAMBERS, JULY 31sr, 1851.
its enforcement had been generally for great and rapidly increasio'g-Atso. a framed without doubt one of the best and safest reme S
cinct candidate for Commissioner Dnval Ettate of E SanderwB
wqniesced as a In the Matter Mary *
I 10except in the case of Shadrach MNT'VoTERs.cl:7 kitchen, stable and carriage house, and two dies for this disease that I have heard or seen. deceased S
.Boston. We had not then directed our at- connty. septlS story dwelling house,fitted for twelve rooms,' Yours truly WIL -

Jlion to the decision of Judge Conklin, UniS :: MR.EDITOR: :'You are authorized to an. nearly completed. Also a number of eligible W O.McINTYBE.To Petition to prove Nuncupative S
"Jadge of the Western district of thistrite ELIJAH 'HIGGINBOTHAM, as a building sites and garden lots,'within a mile of E. Posnzett, EScIJcxsoivlLLE. TT7HERBAS, Robert. Harrison Each of the
in the ounce Mr. V V. above County and Stale, has this day filed
case of the this
Davis in
habeas fugitive slave ,on ci.ndidatefor' Commissioner of.Dttval County,by t&e. Market house, unsurpassed.. by any June,9th, 1851. a Petition to prove and establish before me theNuneupativa'Wiil
JWof which
corpus was made: on.Sat.'YlUtdiscbarging : S
THE PEOPLE. vicinity. of Mrs. Mary E. Sanderson, late
J eeptlS! Dear Sir: I have used your Indian Loxecustin
lht fugitive who te"- For further particulars apply to .
it valuable of the before named County and State, deceased
lC\\attb Iattl7.,fled to Caa&lL IQ thIS cat', H. K. -: MIt. EDITOR: You 'are. requested to an- J03. & BAKER. my family nud have found a very and have appointed the first Monday In October 4
: take
United Stale remedy for Diarrhcba. I great pleasurein for the
Commissioner at Jacksonville Sept., 1951. nut atmyresidencein saldcounty
i r BLITCII Black Creek for reelection Wile
ELIJAH to the public. .
had nounco recommending said
;2S? ann animpartial hearing, gi nnl'certiAcate evidence for the purpose eatabUlhtng
remanding: the fugitive slave to his at.Commissioner i Duval county. NEW CLOTHING STORE." Respectfully. ', J. E. TOWNSEND. the hearing commence at 10 o'clock on that dayx:, S
ster. There is not a shadow of doubt of his sepU3. MANX VOTERS.MR. T MODE. Agent has opened new CLOTHING Egbert Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE It it therefore Ordered and Deeretd admonished,That air.

Jr *f gttive slave, as claimed. .This point _- -- EDITOR-: You 'are requested to an- J AND DRY'GOODS STORE, on and Bay, !street E. Fla., h117, 1851. persons to be and interested;appear before are hezebycitedand me, at the said $IIno awL.
'/oud or:: door East Of MrJ.Pinitegan's. respectfully -
ispute. HenceD&vls one aU ofthezamay
fled Cana- and and
C. ?Wn "J Jge'Conklin discharged to him.. ounce ALBERT."G.PHILIPS, ai a candidate for ; invites the citizens of, Jacksonville and the Dear Sir:' This may certify to you that I bad place contest in order the thstthe same, if; to them any shall sem-fit. S
attack of
,"' -of County, at the ensuing surrounding,country to come and see for them a negro girl suffering under a severe hand and private seat, (there
jroondof Commissioner vDuval Given under
the discharge is, that he es3 ., In this of my
of bottle
I. selves. You willpoaltlv.Ilbny your goods Diarrhceaand that the use one and
noseaiofofficejihe day year
ff *August, iso, and that the, last FurJ' election.- MPtl3VJ new stdre cheaper thanev.r you did in Jacksonsonvaie reparation called indian Loxecust effectuallycured [-s..sbeln first & yjtLen. 5-

51a" Lfj was passed by Congress In112'emper .. 'announce. ELIAS G. before; J. MODE. ; her;and I wonld take this method of recommending JAMES T. O'NEIL, 0
, 1850. The is that ,the MR. EDITOH-Please *, 1851. argument, jTunel it M a tery valuable Medicine. judge Court of Probate Nassau county .
r &s September does not apply and the rule JAUDON, as a candidate for'Commiaiioner of Du- .' ] Notice. Yours truly 'JOflNBRANTLY.Administrator's : .
; CZ *" facto 'en- the next ctloi&. sept13 : '. ; ,. '
tirs f enactments (referring val County,at < Omen COURT or
Twill ,1"
" MdNTHd after4 date to hounJ J
" 1 to Uw* respecting crimes) invoked inact ., SIX. present Nauau .
I'i \ AdrnLo54t1 c. the'Honorable Judge of Probate for Columbia Notice.: Prolate .
i IOIaeonltruetion otthe ,though it appears a: I, James T.O'NeU.Tud.r Court of for I
: IiJth: novel recourse., But the act of, 1793: SIX :MONTHS APTBB'.,DATE, I wffl present 'countyi, :my accounts and vouchers as :MONTHS after dtI will present my ae-. the County'of Nassau;do hereby certify the for S
; !.;Repealed! tythi ''act1 >f 1850. -The ,SU-! account Administrator of the Estate of Administrator on the Estate of Samuel BfD On all SIX: nmt as'Administrator of the Estate of David ping to be a true':copy ,from the,minutes:la tit*'
fjI 5J !Coon of the United'States ?decided, In' John T. Broer, 'deceased. to .Judge Probates for the County.'of Dnval. and persons" concerned ,lli ;Jieieby're to and ask for final. settlement and Witness, myhandandijrlvtte seathsrs.bs1g0aofofficsthis3IstaavofJu1v.A.D.
t ?!of Pri ftt extradition.clause county, a
I; &.th :the., : ; the
if 1 ask for a' final.'settlement and allowance of take notlceu1 shall ask to be dtsch'aJj d from allowance of the same,and of discharge from 1851. 5S
JV: wnstltutloq referring .fugitivesfromjT7 : and also for from the administra- '. ,
a discharge .UAMES.T.o'NEIL,5;
;. same, the'further administration said estate.:, Administration of said Estate. : J? 'V" .*
;;Itlt.ex cutjntTiit Cogrtiul1btfederal tionofsatdut&te. : ;, > *.., '. .W M.H.ROU8SEAU,Adm'r.' ". JAMES: _A..SttCOX :Aai 'i; .'" .Judge of Probate, 4c. .-
. :::5*!giving judicial, or 6ther1)fwer ) .. t : <. THOMAflWITfl,4d'. ... Aiigut ... :604 '. .
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AND W-MILL I I ..7T., Headley.-This work may very properly be and faithful attention. NOTARY PUBLIC. Terms moderate where the claim is ciUiJiiotherwise '

MACHINERY, at Garey's Ferry, Du- considered a companion to the "Sacred Mmin- PALMER SNETHEN, COMMISSIONER appointed oy the f I1D7Ct1fg States no charge. >i1|

t valcounty-,.Florida. The Engine is 20 horse ainsn by the same author. Its object is to illustrate Office No. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol Hill. to take Testimony, Affidavits 9f Acknorcl- The Subscriber also appointed Agent in tbt"DMofColuiubia ,
power, 10 inch cylender. feet stroke, and 2 and "rend more life-like" the Sacred Writngs. Sept. S, 1851. tf forth. M
boi1ers,24' feet long, 36 in. diameter; all incomplete It is not the author's design to supersede the edgemeats to be tired therein: British Cnmmercfal

order? and ready for immediate use. Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to ob-; Masonry, Bricklaying, Plaster Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts, Life Insaraw

It has also a corn mill attached. The Engine ain, and become intimately acquainted and per. ing, &c. Connecticut,New YOlk Pennsylvania, Company, ft.-;

' and Machinery will be sold separate, if desired. fectly familiar with its history, doctrines, and laws, UNDERSIGNED takes this Delaw&reMaryland Carolina, Established in 1820,aitd empowered by art of fiment.
: to know its truth, to imbibe THE method of .for the "
For terms : its spirit, focI its South Carolina insurance of Lires and the eadesi
apply to pow.
me at Palatka to Georgia Ala-
or my the public that he.is ,
er, and of its to
partake salvation ready nfcbildren London
( .. agent.'J as. B. Cole. ; in a word, to prize, bama ,New York of Wttbingtarf
do Mississippi Texas.
I J in some it deserves Bricklaying Masonry ,
4. measure as this treasure,which Plastering, Stucco CAPITAL
- I A. H. COLE. is indeed beyond price. We predict for it a circu. Work, &C., &c. lIe will furnish plans and July, 27 1850. ly S3.00O.OOO.- .,;'-

Palatka Fla.,May 10, 185t. tf lation far beyond any of the author's former works. drawings, when desired by persons for whomiei3eneae"d Communicnuons addressed to the sabsn
__ D C.
-The News, Jan. 7th. Washington, .will receive prniiipt atteoM
to execute Fraser
,"- I woik. without extra Philip 31.
t Notice. SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS-By Rev J. charge We is well Known to the citizens of ATTORNEY Attorney at Law and THOMPSON
: UNSELLORATLA Commissioner
T. of :*
author v
Headley of the &
r'd Jacksonville
Mountains as u mechanic ,
SIX MONTHS after date, we the under- Ac.-This work will add greatly to the work he has competent and JACKSONVILLE FLA. Deeds for North and South Cartfc
reputationof ,
Administrators on the Estate of the author. In literary merit it performed already for citizens P. S.-Refer,if necessary,tn the Head*of DM
Nicajoh Deen, lAte of Colombia equals his "Sacred Mountains." Mr. more than of the place: he refers to as an additional cvi- I WILL attend to any professional business menu,and MembersofCongressgen.rilly.
county, de- Headlcy ex- CM
dence[ I .
of his to him in .
qualifications. the
Courts of the Cilj.
ceased-will present our accounts and vouchers eels in his glowing style and vivid descriptions. His November Sa
to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said works are a rich treasury of all the sublimity of 1 Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering Eastern! Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at

\ county, to be discharged from the further ad thought, moving tenderness of passion, and vigor.OUS also furnished. JOHN IYERS.N. Tallahassee. He has also such an advantageous S TIM '
; of connection with & (J O BNevYork
ministration of said Estate strength expression, which are to be found .B. nn able Lawyer at Wash-
for which all -To Planters he .
; per. in all the by which say he has much ington will '
languages mortals_declare their City as ensure a and
j persons-heirs, legatees, or persons interested minds.-See Daily Globe, Jan. 5th. experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries, and dv collection of such claims as prompt be spee New-Orleans &'!Mi
-are may placed
hereby requested to take notice. RAMBLES AND SKETCHES-By Rev.J. T.Ilrad- solicits work in that line, confident that he can in his hands against the United States. bile

EHODA CORINTH, ry.-We have not for a long timo sat down to a give; the amplest satisfaction. Charges moder Sept. 8th,1849. ly Express, *
WM. H. ROUSSEAU book with ate. '.:4,
..., more pleasing anticipations, or found J. I. BY EVERY
f Administrators. those[ anticipations more fully realized, than in the Jacksonville, May 31, IS:>1. ly rElMSHJOFFICES
Little River, Aug. J6, 1851. 6m r>erusal of the work before us-and we know it R. D. Eondrick, : 1
will be hailed with A G E N
gratification by the 01:
admi- "
many ATTORNEY t"':
rers of the talented author. His "Napoelan and OF COUNSELLOR LAW, No. 19 Wall)) Street, New ) orkt4:

; Notice. Marthalt"," was, perhaps, as popular, and foundat Dr. S. S. FITCH'S WILL practice in the several Courts of the St. Chailes Hotel N.Orlea!

SIX MONTHS after date, I will to least as many enthusiastic readers as any book Circuit, and in the Counties of Building,
present hat be mentioned. We CELEBRATED MEDICINES.Used lillsborough[ Mobile Agent M. BQULLBflI3r
Honorable Judge of Probate for Co- can think the "Ramblesand and Benton of the Southern Cir I ,

Ittmbia county, ay accounts and vouchers as least Sketches"as of are his destined to be as popular: at by him with datuiguuheJsuccess in the cult of Florida. Every attention paid to the colte.
Administrator the any previously published works. cure Tampa Bay, October 28th Drafts Notes, ftc. **
on Estate of
of Samuel IlinsonS There is not a dull chapter in the work, filled as it 1849.nov.17.Wm. "_-
of said county deceased ; for which .all with "an infinite variety." Tho author has ample Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh,

,j persons concerned are hereby requested to room and verge enough for the employments of his Asthma, Heart Diseases HI. Tonno, NOTICE.
i. take notice,as shall ask to be discharged from fine talents to great adve.ntage-and most sueces- Dyspepsia FACTOR COMMISSION

the further administration of said estate. fully has he accomplished the task. The biograph- Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female North MERCHANT, % E have appointed T. 0.HOLMKS OUT ft
WM.n.ROUSSEAU cal sketch of the author is interesting and "well Commercial Wharf, eral Agent and settled
Adm'r. Attorney to
Complaints &c.
: Little considered," and adds much to the value of &c. Feb. 14.-ly and all
River business
I I Aug. 16, 1851. 6m .book, which is got up in a very neat and attractive the AJ.SO __ Charleston, S. C. To collect and in the name ofPalmer&Fe.

o style by the publliaher.-Su Portland Dr. S. S. Fitch's receive all debts due the fri'
Transcript, Supporters Shoulder Palmer & Ferris
Dec. 15th. Harmonic Institute ,' by Bond-Mortgagees
Administrator's Sale., Braces, Inhaling Tubes and Lectures orotherwise also for *
4 Mr. Headlcy is one of the Corner of St. :Jullrn Ferris decea*
; ON Monday, the eighteenth day of September ten of this country, and we have most hero promising of wri- on Consumption, and the Street'and Market Square, All persons having demands 'against >
to GA. & Ferris
an order '
of the Honorable best books-ono or Darius Ferris
Court on which he art preserving deceased.wuTf
can and
Prebato safely rest his Life
Alachna County, I will offer tor fame: It << the F ZOGDAUM - sale, In possesses charms
front unfatigning of
of the Health p3yms11
Court Old in
House pe- to
in the and
town feet rfgc MUSIC MUSICAL nil
Newnaniville, in said L simplicity and truth. There is a graceful INSTRUMENTS, of persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris*.*
county,at public outcry, a frankness &c. every description, wholesale and retafl.
I pervading the composition, which $c. Fins Ferris,are
engages requested to call T.O.
TRACT OF LAND, the interest of the reader in the author as I have been appointed Agent for the sale of at Complete New York Bands famished, and Dealers supplied for settlement and make on '*, ...,

I I I containing one thousand six hundred and siity-six well as in the subject. His rambles, about Rome, the above Goods, and will keep themconstant- prices.J. SARAH payment. I
acres, situated in Paris, and London H. WcRORY P. FERRIS,
said county Alachua exhibited a thousand ly hand Jr.,
Dg to the estate of Thomas ; belong- traits of an ingenious nature, which lively on at my Drug store, in the Town of Jane 21. ly Agent, Jacksonville. :Adm' .otlPvvssde. (
t Clary, late of said L upon a man of Tampa Tampa Fla. *
county, deceased. The same being sold to the taste will delight to linger. We predict for this DAVID :LPALMEEII5JacksonvilleJan err
debts of said Estate,and to make. distribution pay sale equal to that of any of the author's works.-a Dr. L. D. ROGERS. Bounty: Land & General S50. 'tff*
the heirs -- among: & New-York Agency
of.said deceased. Newt. -***.
:l'l'l f. 'GEORGE'RIDDLE, Adm'r. The'collection oil one'of which no author Bears Bears Bears !! WASH NQTON, D a :t
need be >> "
Aug. 18,1851. 30d ''''ashamed. Tf.AAttfttata..lndoM------,, *-t.fm-. .nt...... VA-"UUh I WILL purchase all the BEARS', OIL and JOSEPH: :T. WALKER. Will give Administrator's. NoficeS, as

'ley's most brilliant and high-finished compositions.u&.I"-nena. ,' GREASE that the Citizens Florida will prompt and 'efficient attention Iothe BOUNTT SIX MONTHS AFTER 'DATE, .t*

Floats.t :-of thcBO specimens of his abilities by which he hip to me in Savannah. will pay for the Oil LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged in our,accounts and vouchen" )*,*
.: may judged with the greatest safety to his fame One Dollar Gallon > ho late'Florida War or either Hon. Judge of or
irim(1ripERSIGNED.: a the Grease of the Indian Probate for Columbia *
th. as a .world.painter And Fifty Cents a W.. pti
I JL: 1 'I). 1,. YCJ.EX, offers for M sale. Agent.of; J OD. Tnlnin, Dee. 17th,'1819.thinker.See New-York ,Pound the articles must be Pure or I mill most. W art in which,the United' States have been'en Florida, for a final settlement, and ask7; lie,

The Thousand I N. I posilively'reject them. I am gaged, or the Warnith Great Britain of 1812 charge from the:further Administratioai/" ....
Five Hundred and B. The above Books will a good judge oT ,
Fifty be :
Acres forwarded and
; of to order them. to any description EstateofArchjbald"
They must be
in .
i i LAND at the prices mentioned, free of iheirnaturalstate. ofbuanessrequiring an Hogant;;_lateofsii '
postage, to -
part of the United any W. Agent or Attorney Washington. For ty, deceased,, of which all
States ,
HUMPHEYS rsoisno
in fractions of 40, on the receipt orders, land procu \ .p ,... '
S0orl6Ourestohelocsteden with money. Money, be sent 'WHOLKSALE: ring warrants his charge will be. $J5. In are desired to. take. notice. _
may .
l-l' the
l any,pf public lands In the State of,Florida,sub, NL by mail at my Nov. 16,1850. DRUGGIST, other cases it-trill be L" : !f .4 4qa
ject to ly proportioned to the :
entry at the Land Savannah nanro Z1flOGANSAda..l
Office. Geo. 4
; : : and C
f JOHN S. t TAYLOR difficulty. the :
,Publisher .
' *' : '. '. JOSEPH case. ,J- RODERTS.-A
:J.lrsnvilheJun,28.l8l.' FnEGA."f 143 Notsau-ttreet New.Yorl. To- .. Post, ,Masters":'Post Office He will also act in"connection-! 'with Agents AlgatorF1a.! ; M4yl7.iS5.; I CtJ
tt, August 9. A or ,6a. _
2m. Stamps; ttorneys InFlorida who .
be -
;; may employed in .. tn:
: TR3 undersigned;Postmaster at Pleasant Bounty land and r..cIaims.on terms ,which'maybe !* b
4 Grove Administrator's ?
Notice. '
; Executors Not ice.. 1. AllERhany, ,Maryland;was the first agreed upon. Letters :(which should'be' Notice.fr:1 4
1 J SIX;WEEKS AFTER:DATE,::1.ba11.pp:; toAdministration : HEREBY In the U. S. who conceived and undertook person .post-paid) "ill receive, ,immediate NOTICE IS.HERESY GIVEN, *TbI
v NOTICE n. atten
j bate Court George Herbert,'Judge of the Pro date, I shall That' six sively to publish, tho idea of'supplying all of- tiOn. Aug. 171850. from dater ::shall spplJ-*:
for the apply to the Hon.
Administration County the Columbia: for Letters Judge Probate of Dnval county, for final Hon' cheap stamps. AU stamp made,W him __ Judge Probate of Dn,al: eoaar/i; *
m a dis- warrented ---
- estate of William Mick- charge from the ,equal or superior to ; fhialdilcharge.trom *
Administration other Administration if
I' Hr gust9,1851.deceased. TflOMAS. M. MICKLEB. Matthew H.Philips,',laU of said county of the!of Estate Dnval,of can Are be!procured sent at the same price,any.and whenever that diaries :DeWaal: f Estate,of Solomon Hnffinghanvlate( ,Sa"
out in
6m any .
anv .
deceased. -----ALBERT ;way defective of Duval l Ie
G. or unsatisfac
PHILIPSAugust tory, duplicates shall Be AUCTIOJVEEB, county ,dece ed. : a-s!
_Administration 23,1851. 6m Executor.- out charge. All who on notice, with 'I' W1L)B..BOSS.
# : 'Notice. order a'sot or straw. :Vrrfl J4CKSONVILLE1.E.'.I: .:n A.'I !: '
1ayiO,183l. (
A LLPERg: v CHASGEroii DATES, at TwoDollars -'n.: Cm
& iDtereateci an hereby not14edi Old.IronBrasa and Copper .Wanted! thirty plecoil-shailbe, ; (o y-for ]inflnyparfofthe'CountyattenJea! !R
: kept in t
?Ztai Mrom the date hereo'I stamps adlibitum. o and respectully ItecL .
present my account of my &dmini.stration'oltheea.4 hall P. EBSONS having old Iron,Brass or.Copper Address Co. Md..;.Port Caster, Pleasant. drove, :Aliegsfly J katlnvifle,34a76j1$48;: :, .J 2EXeCUtDr'&No1jce I':
tate ,
OflIenry Bartt / '
'which .__ _
efleMed' they wishf to :
to the Honorable dispose of\ will find Any tT.OTIBS1IBREBY
Judge bilTOoaM of Dnval .aDd,uk reaey.wle'for all th S. editof'pnbUs the above,(and this notice) .. .- iI .0 IV.Elf, .: 11a
fl4iettZtmezityiWth&s&m .fora >> 1caJJJ bring, at the Fotnrw ;times, and sending a copy of shall 'JOI.'PBJ1ft'lNG" I months from date, I,ah l1 ippr W.
; and receive
discharge from 'ZarksonTi.l1e" FI: *.. and' WOOD .
Uon.hdg 6f
mt' flt'"Jlt1aticm : receive liberal P&Ini LETTERS :Probate
: tfiereot .
1.4BUSANNAJI !. prices for thcuwunei' twice the amount EXECUTED! AT"fHIS'OFFICE.AT.COST ofDuvslconntYfiriiFdfschtrg .:JJ
.. fa ,. .
: .
orderedor : '
if .. .ftotn.the
HARTLEY; Adm'- S:1 preferred,'a wood engraving ( 0 ," .!dailn isrraUo**.
A .iJg'ostP,185l ... OEORGFMOONEyfProprietor. willbe furnished td order .Estatei; floh.Y
D1 _. "' A.large D late of said cef/
: M7i7. "U. newspaper baud, 'anI! desfgn.ottheyiusoi'jy.' ; assortmentoMIea' DUTft1deCaO& ,. *
1 -3L
Dona" ftsodniiblaUotmetsgiidParasols.by| ', '_ '
"June Hf 1351. j ; 'f : :T: .' : >
May3ir e DTM'CUEJr&'cO.; wBBoss; "I
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