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 27, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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'settle, th 'se"c1D.tm..nothDgcoald and the-render accountable for the faithful \ the last session, and?'to the rtfere'ce i'th1i aa- States; Quarter r Matter of the RejrnlarArmy' whids'did : ,knQwnlaw'can'ay'etal.11sbedI; 'Q1 j rlt'

Sir the laws to continuing$ ,.the further dis- expenditure by the agent, <>f,.the propertypurchased '- ." ... 'thoriti on the obligations)of:'principals fjr the not appear to.b, accounted for;by1 Aim-,eUh r ;tilde !it ony] .remalns.to Amthsttionyey.Btth; ,t1' 'Isw reA)
be gained on account orh.s principal. acta of their agcnts.'S After other,references, and M.baving been purchased :
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,the snbjectitb them. Now the is the for the '' ( scribe that thVdu't inf o 1,d'1 1'berform.ItwillbefotiUd -
I' of same remarks
, .on obligation equally om6 you then proceed: simple :without,which :
said supplies service the .*
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Lpresent attitude of the wes it,.will be( acts,otnnlitia. and wlultterojfictr8. in the service question, then-: appears to 1 8(narrowed 'to troops to-which he:Was :attached. .pd' beeD: ,fully 'cd : 1 't ; ; v-i *

,eep,1* is' not favorable j but _it is,hoped, that of,*and"actirg'under thef authority tbo United' :this:' Whether' ,th objection of the accounting ofS-. supplied.*most/V suredly 'the'h co\1nttng'.officQ1'8 ; that'lhe law millng the np
, ck'leeisUtion i may.obtained as will secure States at the time of thecontract. To';maintain ,eel'S that the troops for which the'agent purchased would b01 pay snch'cIaTm 7 and thWmantaw llM propriatibnfor5 ,40IJOOOis'd4tcd July 2, 1836.

[ desired and proper justice,' in these and that there is to be any distinction a distinction had been already supplied, "brrthe failure of the be subjected to the same rules,that have governed :, ThisclaniofPsldon1s1brsnpplIescember,1S3 iq De-
the were, practicable j would cbe at,war'with juiftiee agent_to account for.the4ispetitionof ,the:proper,, the action in the easesfah"triut'Horffy ulld t.onsidcratiOll..b : a'ndrJanndfy'
,.thtr similar cases. obedient and sound policy-itwouldi bo, degrading to ty or service, shall be good against honest claimants of the accounting officers'cx- '; ; ,
r 1 AID sir, with.great respect, your that brn.nehof, the service affected by such invidi-. ;dealing in good faith, without notice: with1 tends only to Va fufj tmf6t or- ,) lcrvgflt,: ,JOSEPH- T. WALKER. distinction; and it would be productive of insurmountable agents who at the time of the transaction;wore in 'and ff:rf was/which Lneed scarcely, reiterate ;disbursing officer a n4h1onttherei1i

difficulty and embarrassment- to' the service, under the authority of the United States.'' sanction payments jiothing more than what,'is ,the. amount would:haTebieni'chargeable'UKthvt
t t WASHIXGTON January 17 185OL public service' in time of war. Such distinction as Yon then refer to acts- Congress with-remarks.' needful for thertroops:'what is incident to :the scjr aboeappropritionad IGud.haft been'aa4
I t_ ; to the powers and functions of the two classes of on the proper mode of construing them, and especially vidft otherwise duly accounted-for**e- ,OIl b :t.bencemtctiJlg_ briaOCl)1'dbgll .
f Er-I fubmit a list of sundry claims of the citiJL officer, never could bare been contemplated or to Joint Iteolution of March 1,1815, and then, Skhali' Q pro, io S.(.tha.. enumer. dctSSeeiJ '
L f Florida, heretofore decided upon adversely intended'by Congressmen, that body authorizedthe proceed'wIth argments'relative fo what'should be fOYe t what they m 1LeQc& r. t1iAprJ l -,
Konr predecesorourroeonideTati0fl., ronbkh decision'I" ask President in cases of. invasion call out the the proper course or basis rconstruing :acts ofongressor JNO;e, LtIL&fiER Auditor. th -
,flace this roquert upon militia and volunteers. It' is believed there is.no / regula.tionsand,the impolicy(.o[' evolving To JOSEPH T..J-.tUElttESQ., quIres, Q 8ecttahY4tott1dcdjatand
,&e erotmd that a principle! heretofore been as- statute\authorizing,'or'any thing like it. On the ftn Congress the powers which belong to the Washington, D. C. payttheds5ftisof the militiac called ool fai4actofil
.moo in :attmg upon these cases, the effect oft contrary that the spirit and intent'of all the stat Jxeeutive Departments and state what would behejojilijL :3kBgreLLly to .*.ot"21March1IS-lattbe''
t ;-which denies the light of the claimants to payment utes relating to the militia and volunteers, is to one point for the c consideration the' TjlKASVRr March 1828f l-cqukerithej Secretary soft
. of their just claims upon tho .United States, place them, vhen in the trrtite of the U. States, lion. Secretary of War in tho event of these"cases .Third.1. j ;.Auditor Office PEr.\RTm: War to settle,adjust and!pay in hoaforiuity
ariaiDi from 'nmJics actually furni bed to agents tfbth ns to their powers and duties, on, a footing of being referred to him, which latter division of your ,1850. (with prpvisiona, of act of,January:;' of the pubic in timeof war, for the payment of perfect equality with regular troops; the justice argument concluded by a reference io't&e act of .Sir.-O-lhe day:myf letter,ofSlstivsUhcreVfrfclosed in J,that the expenses;of irausp6rtatioOr-sup-
I which it is believed the Government is legally and and necessity which ut so self-evident, as to require Feb. 28,1795, whereby you state "that mil tia employed -; ''It I was prepared- and'reSUy' tobe :plies &c.- :bhall be get tied! ,according to the
morally bound. no ar ument. These statutes it. will be lathe ,service of the United States hall be sent 'trtlh.
\ 'To 81lpport this position I refer you to tboac- found provide ,that the militia' employed in'the object to th'asamo rules ai articles_ of war;as tho wherein j.rcsent-m-Uter to which invite justice dthe.cltim'.l1nd; stntt'ngard* tab .
ll :lion Congress on the case of Charles Waldron, scr>ice of tho'United iftatc*,shall be !subject to the troops of IhWJnited fitates. You say"also; will you the lam dndmctge heretofore established for thai
). &, the lad tcssion, and to the reference to the au.m I. Mme rules and articles of war, as the troops of the not "be ebjtfnded that the laims accruing1:from the my'!attention as having' important bearings' settlements of.such-claims.H.. __ _: i r, LJWC"?
r thoritios on the obligation* of principals for thc United State Bee the 4th section' of the act of the militaryioperations in Florida are font. of the on subject matter discussed* in my. letter I Thelaw thus referred to heretofore stab*.>
. acts of their agent. herewith sent. I have sedulouslv Congress of Feb. 28, 1115.ron this subject-appendix palo of tb*general l*Kff of Congress on the subject' above referred to. ; iSlled ftt seftltmeut of such claims'is
.1 I refrained in this presentation from including of Col. T.Cross' Compilation of Military Laws, suchcfatof' In neluaon'you express a'wilingness You giv an extract of a ,decision of the Supreme deemed to-be the,Law cf Feb.28, ITOO:irhieh:
knv cases,which are open even to the suspicion of ago 29. to have the subject matter submitted to Court,,that, "after decided expressionof "The militLv'cinployedJ ia-thei
:I I I fraud on the part of the claimant*, that the 'q1el'I Reference is also made to the act of Congress of he Secretary of War pr the Attorney General, if the Opinion of pile branch. of Congress it 'service the:U States feball.be anbjectst&thev;
, I ton u to the obligation of the Government to pay 18th April, J814 at page 284 of same,work in reference the lk Ung 'officer8airnot feel at liberty to would'not have 'been'nc'cessary vto apply to '
'!I for the o suTplies might be met upon its real mer- to tho powers and functions of militia qUal.termasterli. settle and pay these demands.In Ilnoth i. Also, .an 'extract' ,from the same rules and articles of"W r.as.troopsJ of.theb
'*I I to alone. In neither; of the cases therefore em- when in the service of'the United -U e fdregohfg brief-pntline of your communication of the opinion ,United States ,3 t Tr:-,rr T t-*i!hf
l fcnccJ b\ the accompanvirg list, is the. authority States, by which act it i!i declared that "it shall be ,'-I have endeavored to fairly, bring forward Attorney General': ont.heca4e! of .Churchill Uefe then is the rule.of settlement of c1aiSD2ti
lief I the agent who made the contract disputed, or incumbent on the paid officers to do and perform its c1u points only, and shall remark upon such Gibbs, that, ;proper deference: to the underact of July .163'.j' rr u. & !: ";9r llIt
. that the property! or c ni was actually furnished all the duties which by law and military principles of them as seem to address tbemsel\"cs to this office, Legislature demands that their construction is',hardly necessary f'to remark,that theJ
1 'or rendered in good faith by the claimant. In addition are attached to their offices respectively." as briefly as possible, but n therefore. with the 'should be adopted"-and that when Congress 'jGeneral llegulationsof thejArmy Ia* cstab
1 r I to this another fact has an important bearing It will not be contended that the claims accruing less respectful consideration. In thus doing: I express an opinion i Inebnfliecwith the:rule of' ,HsUed by the.President of the 8tates-xmnsU
upon thi quftion, which is that the ngent fro n tho military operations in Florida are out of have to state that I hare examined the laws relating iH (tb 0-' 'rney'*, 'Oen )/"office, ''nt has Militia lottf
who contracted in these taes, were, at the time of the'pale of the'Ieneral laws Congsess on the to the cases now presented in your ,list, and been considered as thenatare'of a'L'gisT\- impose the 3anrorobligation e ca: as
their contracts, acting under tho authority of the subject of such claim There is nothing in any cannot perceive tie principles setdontont adopted -' Live which the Jlegular rmy,aiM consequently..accord
laitcd States. As to this point I refer to the let. particular statute to make them an exception: u vlcr those,bawa to be of the nature you have interpretation, becoming cbfrtesy lance i:with othem, the ;said.';Regulation v the/
"i jler from the Second Auditor of the Treasury sent to,dim'nMi. the obligations of the Government concerning set; forth but the contrary:'_that the Vrewith, containing a copy of the decision of thc, them because they accrued in }Florida if lyforiJc1aimt ito be paid by tho accounting 'oflSccrs requires the Executive to observe.0 : matters brougbti before tLeia in the 2CUW1 bJ.inecin

)I Secretary of War endorsed on the muster roll- they.are honest bona fide, and fair mall .respects for supplies alleged to have been "mfChased'l ,,You.t)1. n point,to ''the disapproval,both by i accounts.of iliiiti.t, ;sjnnc\m1otdfthll_ '
h. fcit Collins and Arm'tronp, two of these agentswe as the claims referred to in this communica- for-the troops in question when such' the,flouse .nd.1l3.te.. Committees, and. cou-, I 11eguha't.Arnu'.nizdIn the Jiko manner cnfofcej
a. considered by the Secretary ( Ir.8pcnc-er) ton: undoubtedly are. If the Department wish the allowances established by Ia.w'a.nd regulation, flrmcd"bytbe enactment of a:law, not: 'merey : that the z
, ''to hive been called int sen ice under authority further proof of tb justice, it is prpbable it can or when they are not a t.naUyshoWll according'to [ of the"action of ,the'accounting officers in) thearnesnd further, ccmpliance> -
iii. from the War Department. 1;e furnLfhcd. It is proper. hoover, to remark, the modes prescribed by law or regulation, to have-. Waliron's case," but I of the principles on which' disbursing i : officers. withHtapse.:'KpgulationsI
The simple question then appears to be narrowed that they ha*c undergone rigid examination i by the Leon issued to such troops, -Congress .would seem that action'was;founded tho" must be the legal standard ource-of, referepto
own*o this whether the objection of the 110 0unti Oov eminent, by incauS"boards ofE animation, to have had',in view tho:poeeibihty of a contrary ; affording, as comniitteesin 'in'l of iufcraationTjto_.the'acconnling bfficetal
f nDicers-that the troops for which the agent composed of experienced.officers of the staff of the course being assumed by the accounting officers, strong language assertjuo: aso for agto the frets,relating totbepurchasticand isV-

I, turchawl had,been already fully supplied, pr the regular service fecntlo Florida specially investigate an\ to hate framed the laws to guard against. its. the refusal,tho officers,of the Government; sue supplies; consequeutlj where it may ap4')
ailnreoftheagentto account for the disposition 'claims of this description and to detect fraud, being pursued. to- make'pa lIlent." pear by these, prescribed forms .puiehajwi .
,r 'rfthe property or' service shall be pood, npairstfcmt and whose reports.are on the files of the Department The case of Charles Waldron, which you have This you "submit. as a legislative, interpretation and issue that troops have been supplied to thtfj
1'I I "nnd"d
powers ,the-6tJIiI
lII'lirto.1I'ith agerfp who, at the tune of the transae- to expose and detect fraud, if any existed., Congress, is not parallel to those under consideration ties of the acconnting officers'in regard to the- extent of the law:(1 wa thft cose of
. ,;. were in enico vuirr hiM authority of the Upon'tbc whole, itS! believed the Executive Departments in several points bulkiest especially, in the principles which ought to them in Segt-of ,Floritla,:)Ijlitj for?:which Waldititta
a Vfti.tr*;-a question I think, too plamidmit tet have the power and authority to settle important fact, of ,its liquidation and settlement this and govern cf- ;claimed to,haTe; cldjth..ariicles: heJelaimedi
: of doubt or hesitation and that it is not un- these claim, and that a just exposition of their not havingbeen. the subject of an_ especial act,of ing upon subject, coming ffom'soTiigh pay-for)and yet,that,the.disbursing officer ste jtacbed
t rcMonaMe] indulge the belief that when all theta powers-and authority under the laws will warrant Congress, nnd conequentJyhowe\"er stringent may a s source should be entitled to much wei ht." to the same troops? has,failed) to!make* .
-tI art'<,duly nnd deliberately considered in eon- their payment, while the circumstances under be the remarks of the Honorable Committee which .You 'thfn' assert,that ."the decision of.Congress .. any exhibit of the purchases"or James'Which ifri

Dectioa with the just (h1i ions of the Govcrn- which they accrued,and the many years of delay reported on saidclaim, Feb. 3, 1848, as ,to- the .upon,the special case referred carries. was his duty to make (as in'case .Kendrfck)'>
f 1I1tnt.you will find yourself not only authomcd to which have intervened since they originated, entitle nnitciplft'on Which said claim was rejected by the with it,a like: disapproval of the,actionof the, what rules artiplea of War what <
jeport'favorably on these cases but that such report them man, eminent degree to prompt and favorable accounting officers, (theproperty; notliaving officers mall 'cases, where' theyfhaye.appliedEh'e'pnncipleswhich or 4kpIation'what i
- ; is required by the honor and good faith of the consideration.In _been AC qnnted./ar.);y 4jvfcreo .,.he act of have'thus been'disallowed Law 4uthorize8 ;.him,.the account
'. J n ClUkeuLn1 -, repaid to it* interc'!u intone conclusion, if"tho accounting- officers of the Congress of August 23, 18-12,will exhibit, the. fact by f of war: for I take it for granted, that the Treasury, after full and deliberate examination of that the accounting officers have not, in the cases You conclude I supplies for troops fully,'supplied frwaothe. :
t 'distinction attempted to be fct up between the acts the whole subject do not feol at liberty to settle under that law,contravened the e.vprssprovuzons thus j "And' this judgment of sources not shown according ,to established:

.Ii officers of the regular service and thereof the and pay the demands referred to in this communication of the same, in rejecting them, because the disposition Congress according to the high authority cia I usage to hare been applied to,their ,un'or'to t

'. lie grade of the volunteer and militm corps, will I am willing that the matter shall be submitted of the propvrtv or articles to the service has ted. should be observed' have been in any other..Way applied the pub- .
" *otbcinsi'tcdon. where both arc equally acting to the Honorable Secretary of.War, or At- not been shown'or because the troops bad been _In reply :I have remark, that entertain, lie service nor to have been, lost or destroy:
} in the service of tho public And when in the public tornoj General with this letter and accompanying supplied fully from purchases, & exclusive of the.highest respect and deference the. decisions by the casualties, the service r :
. Mrnce are recognized by law as on a footing of per VaTS and reference" those in question which wero rejected. and judgements of Congress; and am
If there be what would bo the
submission accordingly in case The this,law is none, raeasnrtf
such provision of
'! equality. 1 request : disposed f o go to their extreme verge in settling .
" The list i is accompanied by sundry IcUers. anidatito you decide you are unable to grant the relief ap- "That no payment shall be made to any of the claim fAvorAbly to citizens but at the of censure and condemnation, lor his.nsv
,i and duplicate accounts the main object of pl:ed for. officers but such'as were in proper proportion to the swing to open the Treasury for, the pay.
time feel
vliich is tofarni-h. further proof or explanationbe With great respect, your obedient p,rv t.. number of men in service according to the existing same deeply conscious:that no little ment of any or all claims.'presented for ,supplies >>
t rece arv. additional evidence of the justice and JOSEPH T. WALKER, laws, and for none of the supplies beyond the pro prudence is necessary in order to guide my only alleged to have been for troops'id',

aft (airncni Ube transrctions to which the papers re Attorney for Florida Claimants. portion, or not of the description authorized by existing action aright,,and,that it is die as well to that, service, but which were,never by legally, pre*: .
f" late. It would be easy perhaps to obtain similar Hon. JohN S. GLLAHEE 3d Auditor. laws and Regulations.! Also. in the law of high authority, asT,to ray office and myself; scribed forms, and vouchers shown :tt ha1'.:

t explanation from every claimant named in the August, 1812: not overturn :m enUre'Icries of decisions been issued to such troops Jmt,which..said
. v.thin: but it is i presumed to bo unnecessary.I WASHINGTON, 20th November, 1850. "That no supplies be paid for other than those upon a large number of claim involving a the
By the arions acts of Congress in reference to with the of Florida authorized law And again troops on contrary were satisfactorily?proven ->
Fir-In connection subject by Regulation. vast amount of money, based upon special acts forms and vouches ttr
expenditures for supplies during the Florida War claims for supplies furnished during the Seminole Joint Resolution April 30, 1844: of Congress made especially for the' by legal prescribed '
" I toe Secretary of War is invested with general authority War for which payment is asked and the propriety "That the whole amount supplies paid for,"nll of the liquidation and government have otherwise,.been fully supplied ? '
of the I
,0 to cive (direction in sucb ease nnd there i is of which is now under consideration by the ac- not exceed the quantity of each description to which Manifestly in such cases, the accounting of. \
, very specific authority conferred upon him by the counting officers of the Treasury let me respectfully said troops were entitled by existing laws." How same, without full conviction that Congresshas ficers are not authorized to make allowances !:

, set of 3d March, 1843. which applies to arrearages present for their consideration ns a matter haying can the course of the accounting officers be more fully, plainly, and_ precisely directed suchnchaie. and to pay, which is the position assumed: In'I I
t .f that kind in that service, and directs the accoun- an important bearing upon the case, the factS, explicitly laid down by acts of special legislation, On this point, I ,am.by no means the Report of the Third Auditor on the Case ot. '
t tir:officers of the Treasury to settle such claims that Congrc .

j. poD principles of equity a.tiljustice" under the di.ections of the accounting officers. had on these claims contradicted, or in any present former communications. It only remains for me in farther. notice;of;
, ? of the Secretary of W nr. Court 12 Peters 612, that varied from the letter and manifest .
The Supreme say in p way express In regard to the case Of Charles Waldron, I ,
observe that ado
II 'Ton will also find, by reference to the joint rc'Onrtfon after "a decided exprcenon cf the opinion of ono I intent of those laws, and. of the said Resolution? have heretoforeitatedthat it is not parallel to your : your
, of ht March. 1845, to which, in connection branch of Congress, it would not hare been necessary If these querries be replied to, as,it is deemed they duccd extract from a decision of tho Supreiad:
the question
in the
. rw1th the act of 3d March, 1843, I invite your flpeI to apply to the other." must infallibly answered, namely that the ac cases now importantparticular : Court, apparently refers solely to ,the ,two
.dal Attention, that ample power is given to allow In opinions given by the ]late Attorney General counting officers have adhered to and done no of not being the subject ,of special branches Congress ,and is, therefore inoperative

,'V I.DJ just and equitable claims of this character and Johnson, 27th March, 1849, ca'c Churchill (Gibb, more nor no less than adhere to the laws and the legislation, and,must now add, it being for, on the question to which,you wou1dap.: !
the only limitation or restriction iis that the allowineti he eavs' "A proper deference to the Legislature Resolution passod for their government In tbis, 'as supplies furnished in. 1835 and 1836 which' ply -and respecting t be:opinion of',the .At .
. shall not exceed the sums appropriated by demands that their construction should be adopted of claim*, it follows of course-that it,also settles affirmatively were provided ror.in the"General Appropriation I torney General from,which you furnish ,ex

IlL ," and again he says that when-Congress express what you have termed the"simple ques Bill, embracing expenditurctor the. that it in'
Ths! 5 ill not a question, I may remark, to be di;- opinion in conflict with the rule of his, the Attorney tion" down to which the sabject matter is, 'J1tr- Quarter Master'and Subsistanco 'Dep tracts ;was given a':case.in1'OIring' _
posed of Lv reference to any special act nor should an General's, office_ ".i.t has been considered,as rowed," to wit: "Whether the 'objections of the of those years Whilst the Claims now rtmen"tiI entirely different points from ,those.te whieh. I
entt Government dwire to talto advantaee of such the nature of a legislative interpretation WHICH accounting'officer*, that the troops for which the I you apply ,it,-it; being'upon the.extent'to;
trletefAii: the of in to be paid,, arc for supplies'for specified troops which for payment the halfE'ay
I1 laws Conproa relating beccming courtesy to the Legislative Department agent purchased had been'nlrcady fully supplied provisions
tit r 'the obligations of the Government ,for the con- of the Government requires the Executh to ob or.the failure of the agent to account for tho disposition which served during the specified periods of claims fthe State of Virginia might be

,'II ,tracts of ofiSicrs acting under 1t authority whcth- serve." of the property, or service, shall bo,good, 1839 and i840 provided for by especial Acts carried under the act of July 5, 1832 in con

. jnBOia, volunteers, or regulars,for supplies fur- Now with every respect for the opinion ''of the ke. of Congress Hence it'followsthat the Reportsof nexion.with, and in ,consideration Of Legislative .
.t Med b time of war should be considered togcth- accounting officer,and with tho belief that they In respectfully noticing your speculative argamcnts Honorable Committees, if,,they do 'cnn enactments and judicial decisions Ton tbst

. he cr, as ODe code or statute, and tbc''objgl.tion of acted for the public good let me point to tho disapproval regarding the proper basis J of. construinglaws rule the decisions made.on one cascj.the payment same by :.that, Slate, and whethet Cj.Glbba
United Plates determined by them all. Even both by the House and Senate Committees and cautioning against contracted views -of which authorized if thCydecult'wu
your ; under the said law of tho
*, the I might not.be paid : c
pre al4 it be found that a single etatntc, or real and confirmed by enactment of a law not and the of devolving on Congress '
in so doing, impolicy! authorized) by one1 Law, '(and that the !
his half ,for. lifepfcotwithx
relations of the officers of the Treasury officers inwoldrons United States, pay.
accounting of the action of accounting vested in the Executive,
already .
merely, authority
Jaw of the accounts of the disbursing .
Ps toe adverse to the claims I present, this is by no 'case but of the principles on which that I have only to remark that tho"acts of Congress .. general settling standing the fact ;of his. ,having J>eerij paid la
- neaas.decisive of the question, before a tribunal action was founded, affording, as the Committees under which these cases fell, are'deemed to be" by officers of the ,Army,) Jn.h ,enQ commutation of said hall pay by.Ihe Btate.ofcVirginia.

t found to do and administer that justice for" nhich in strong language assert; no reawra for the refusal far too explicit distinct and, precise .to require of bearing upon; decisions" made,.under. ,explicit .:'.The" conclusion, jof ,the s Attorney
$ other.statutes abundantly pro*ide. It is not good ottheoflutrt of the Government to make payment. me any.thing more than an observance' of their provisions of other laws,enacted 'for specified, .leueral.wassnbstantia11J; that" he' might rb
it': JIOjc Y' it is rc' pcctf Hy submitted, to devolve upon This 1 respectfully submit is a legislative mterpre- plain tenor aiui tinmistaLealla".M"j rfiwhich 'I claims,'even thoseHonorable' Committees so paid consideration. j of..certain!Actaref.
r C9Dir sj the rower.'and' rerponsbilitywbtch! al- tation or direction as to the powers and! duties of 1 take to be to pay for, and for no.,moro than .the their Reports\have" carefullyexamined 'and Congress subsequent to that ,of July ,,1S32,
rradr w placed with Executive Departments the accounting officers in regard to the principles supplies'allowed according to laws and regulations, 8tawd.t. :principles ,of the rejection of'' the. and alluding expressly to the subject matter of
k *t M is believed to b e the case, the'po"cr and rcjpwwbility to them in acting upon this and shown to have been issued to troops in service;: claim and the those
which aught govern rnaufest"npplieation
t '
: this said Act of July !aa 5 ;: J.s,; Welfld : ,
. of claims belongs should j ,
settling rightly subject, and coming from PO high, a source' and that in so doing I:shall:re tain "the claims accruing thc"rejectioa' of the claim and (
; **a the latter., The sapflies Iorwbich'payment isasked bo entitled to'much weight. 'from the military_ operationsin! .Florida': principles Now this opinion of which you Te.ftmiish.>
were contracted for Quarter Masters and ,. of the manifest application of those principles t' ed if it be applicable Jto the cas by, Let me repeat,it is not a diiPPToval'merely within the pate of the Laws of Congress, as they extracts;
J ageoU, vKo atilt,tine oftlurontrartt vcrr in the I tho action of the accounting officers sin one' case have hitherto been maintained. -. the powers and duty of the counting.. have; flUbmhtedwould.go upbolc1andIo.euforce

ft ICr iu of ike United ftotes. Should the. question butis an express disapproval and:reversal of the ,, The joint.Resolution of March 1, J845 prescribes certcnud not .to: the !SOot substantiation, the decision of the accounting officers*lathe > .
of we oWijratioii of the Government "for thc w principle upon which that was no line of duty for accounting officers whose ,, .east Waldron;inasmuch aethectctsof
. plies*eem.thereforeTbe torn sent to the Secretary of War it and these principles have been applied by those of. I action'thereon,must be'necessarily incident to that tl is however, I'cannot,concede,'n'nd 'with thimostrespetfn1 Congress)subsequent.'loithe :Ae$ \o6 uJ1'&

..ald.that is that but One point can'present itself ficers to many ,other, .cases,,the, decision of tonjrrcss of the,Secretary'of War on thelsubjects;involved. I deference tc theiractidn in the 1836. (uqdcr.which:.Waldronsclaiznzh n1dsif
whether with
1'My outincUon between the the t1overnmenwULmake'aclgof volnpUer and upon the special case referred of to tho, carries officers in Regarding your:willingness, int the,eoatingeneyof premises will proceed explain:, allowable,have been'paidjbyt) -xpressrprotjsa5 '
It a liko disapproval of the action the decisions on these cases not being by me The decision i of the Third Auditor as .
quoc that be-paid forctkertiap;
ua.qaarter-waslers. and agents,and tboso of the alltja whero they have' applied 'th&pifnviples have thepmo-lubmitted to: the Secretary { require .no supplies
Fie praJes>In the:regular service for as r to' 'the 4ehichhavo! thus been disallowed'b,,' Congress' ift reversed of War Attorney General,I have.?to, pb- ted in the report,of. cj Committee ofClaims":_ "' rt ) those authorised by Law afuUIlegnlatidriu'fsetf. *
Secretary's jurisdiction, tbo act of' t' f\ J Representatives: is, ,AugusteI842)-i) tippHe paid. for>ahalb :
i. : the case 'f Waldron- servo that I am not:aware of such a course having Acts,<
.., srthe h 28,1812' : cstablUhhig-tho. Quarr And this judgment of Congress according. to. the- been hitherto pursued iDl,this! class of c1ainisor; ."'It is requisite -alt eases of supplies parJcht18edj not exceed_the.quantity. Of cads -deiji.a !ito
; and ,the subsequent acts cited should beobserCd.Withreat7ePCC a stiti8csctoryeTi4enoe of their :application -. l5bytcxistifl
high authority ; that,any law warrants my ,doing,*and therefore which.S3id troopaiwcrfrntill!
!. W subject/exprcttly vethe.Secretory con- ,_ your ob't..serv 1. do not perceive on what grounds.I.could make.s uchAiyotf lot' public,service, should' be shown laws (see Joint Resolution Ajril'?0 '1844;) and
orcr the whole subject of for tb..an, 3OSEPJIALKER.Io4JOl __.) -
!l b7s&sLingtht supply ,. ; : : : 'I reference: rSt &t..4 t in' order to authorize; any 'allowance' bThgmd1 by this opinion,.tbe'sald eciiIbnashohldtb *
supp1i *.ha.tlJ e purchased,by of- ( SGALiLtlIEnEhlrd' 1. : been therefore? ;thiS 1 ipte1 the
?**** and agents of Department, (and also by _. orthe Wasb1ngtoii '= ate aware of having Upon considered at in-accotJancfenilbl LegiekitlTirequired >
't4efthe Department the subsistence"the :" Audiior TtCft3UTy. J ', .. heretofore rejected, and-th,grounds of tthat*rejection -' Committee deseantjras 'thovel'Vunten-; nterpretatioi&whicK'! 'beOadiigCO rteS l

wjy) tthdrr tit dirftlion ofUifSreretary of War, 1 ) are_known to you, I have only toadd, ,*that' Idecline ) able"-"not reputable to Gqvernmenu.! the Executive to observe ifccarrjhi ,

r t..II**before sUtfed,the aetl of Congress appfonri- I t't'J '.:j_ ,l/jJt, :' ;r:1Ae/: ." .1, disturbing refrained those from-any former. dec sf oD.otthe n!: ': obligations .,lhe4JIIonorableMpommipee1iojfjthfc: 'Senate, out,the law.of 1836; niif :EO, li might-kJopf
J aoner'tO'paT for.the hostilities in Florida. I ,1 nave
: of ioohawn eoneloiio that
adopt RpMof thComuttee of',the nearly: the
and alI ,
wit that tbe I Ii J r JTincipali, agents inamucbv
to ;
Y.IdY' O.tbo4ty :
:: Jib ; '
0Dga Mall be ejcndcd, datbo.direcUon 4f Third Auditor's Office,'Novi 21st*'185WSir the'Weight arid responsibility bf thai q,1C1 ion..pcr- llbusoor'R'prcsentati s and 3" still farthersta1iDg :judgment cof CoBgtessj.aecordhrjrtoitte
i offieewfWbose'fcoUiorityto "i.fc r&gfii4ithl1f.tMTtlnaert th? high aiithorltylcLtedUtownLDcLdbn3bQEE:
takenfnp :rforeexamination your tain not to the accounting
! 1 n t'. V'i *;* :"- .r' ,11 .2 cwera -Dh6 JnbJ&Duary,18.0. Ute earliest period' settle and to pay claims against tbo,United States sUpplie1uU8t'nOtonly; show.lhe: aM and'tieHvqry : :erTedlllnd 11DtJ brnugb.1 j tom j already _
9r Pin,t t.ho.ComptroUer.r lb.7Treasnfh I lettcrof 'excIusivef1.1'rom\ only!to the extent, conclusion of decliningritordlstttTtr.the
derived \
is ,
J1II' pressingc due&ofjtb'OfficeoUklpermit. ; andr reas9nablenessf f.o.t jb prices. expressed
that other
,Malta* that U th'o contract JhoUnit was mada States by an would,offilhe.jegaUr .; .You*therewith submitted *list J or ela.1m. of Jegitlatu*tnaetmeni to go'lbeyond which*fa"a charged, but mnstVo farther,, arid,prove.\hat; (ortuerdcis'ieoeod the* casta>& vrtA I
t ,esrvicc ," manifest.violation of the trusty_confided to,them > th6sc -
I iz n" rBorida :fcercfororadeejdc Y (he applicntion'waBmade of stores To prcieuvsPpZChenSiOiiI.Inhi5t1i perrmiUcitp
finnd without responsibility
weolately } any)
1 AM,to*b8rye,that tbo.laws of
Its properhow "
prcdecessorfon aekin'yecflfl8idcratiofl, I have
er On the part if'thVclaimanC5'He'says,inof wMdiyoti a. i'o'lTW'to'whicb! have referred'JDe hlelpt by tb;* '- towhontlfcyfwere"'deUveted obscrreilhat refcreccc solely
ibafr you
f Wthe nnclhailiweiofoM P ;
2d Januarya838;to'the Comrt&sarv, EpTacmff thUt'Tcquest ground 'MittMTo s4uJthserof eelJ* iI1t/ ?tn t.b 'JIaiaebotiD jthtreguIa) to the.propej,eprps/tnd;J
44fSdbs33n1w.14W.ber.li&iprebkad s $ b'Mii lc1 MlnMttJMlb bftb.CWtDDtLt4 troops and subjects them t q,A tr 1 thQ titles,and.also thayhe,corps, bad notf oteWIaIfl'1 toandshQwnCMhVftief prffperly applied to ..
) '
f; Iw4ky ,ptuaunizei btatautht7Ad w Gt their 'IS. b.y'I latter, could in the suhiecVto r'Jroiidiscnaifaras ;-eIt $ 1 >moie*v than -r-its legal--** **n1linyanid1tW.ti f" or u edjn the public Aert>cft!wider the Laws :

g4 Mi4"iiWnIA3dnSIICkec'm4' ; SC'siN! aU.Jun I the. Jf111 J/--.ri1Q.ValJ'W b&ve : ''r o :iMi tfe 'lbbW .1ft.thffQa.arte1'I1tut ud1legu1tionL'Ift esn1 *Zt aVery
: ud = fer: ; JC bMi : .fd.t\o ck s1sl4pcipJe 1M'QI&rnt. .
Jif' J .,. 8oob'_ ftl.' ii! 6d .. aceodtstteL1'au UespeetCo.Ut '
J.. ti ; f.tJi"JI1bps r1 n rnmeuall <.t mQt"O fO M'h $fj GALLAHBB ditorn ?
It 0'feop -'PIJD 0(' O', .. tbtt f' tdedto -' ft 4foc41fei1ld4 ,; U I.tttt l) /* q1.tstftJ.ilshJl .ytdI o)4hIObl
, tr.c"b wen'4e ve4der indThJiTC I "JlI1a 1II0r} 1) t 1Ct. r1a'f.l.th1 f ti. < f n : {Jllr pI tJae VtputJ idt .l ,t -tT E..alf1 WAlJt FAq; 4 taib-4*. -
"po.tton..7' i
. tS-ebi Tma "ftJ JL1I f "rnth ft I delirercffomrncclTcn- ttidl t vbnCu tt {*l rl e 1J6 so' t''fi 1 tl V'ts and Washington, D.C..0 .
U< tJ orfda 111tt t161-litwf,: action of Con eu on Ute case orCba.rJi"ViJdi plies


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I J. L M.. Lt
Nrp.I jwif: W.' pnett&'tktCuban Sei .'4.
Tke CfcristJaaB*OctMft, .' atrneted trWd 8atsr&y w& .cIa1" -' ..a to "'iI" has already eifEf. 4 ; V
te1 'a" '
tl .
Creole whleh:. -
.n I be perceindthtttMsktrttadl : : ..- ie'llU1
1 CirrtfoJouxitttt*+ ..Gtttrntr XWM,,aced.the raoot08n re1trtt4 to byyoar Ex' been doae. to flat tfc* Tetfetaoe,of.the.Span-1 From the letlve mooIt.ttlll .
.k1 wlthdrtwii from Pteywe oft IOth l Itt
i PretidtHttf iht&&ed, Stow. celleocT were received from Coamkakaier tfcurtaMjii & ;
iiMprftteth -
.The following partant'eot- respondents.' tt of the United States, In Philadelphia and the lard, sad'aaott to theanet lii "Wlpp_ H. ,re- recommended ass eiU..r'J]

will besets.has been furnished for pobHoalfoa District Attorney,for: the Eastern D frtrlct. ofPennsylvania. wooded MHaft of oar people. TAt ite, _ae. to 'the mad posIUoB whose statements'
i .. lbeMascot : tali of. the. Mite: eleesi as, .ibi.Delegates? < sty:
by order'of .' b1 goseobiby.gonett; Isle
GOT. '
Lowe It win command ,lathe tie '
a of
I dtdtivt .
that State on ttta 'SfJu
oa u
of the State Con rend ; tlta'tl
After careful oontideratlott satyeet otrae
general perusal, and we doubt. sot.meet with a It It the humane. ooum-It. lathe count '
1 gassy approval:: orders were dispatehed 17 the; Presidsatto poUcy. .: the oplniont aad_ wfche*of the people upon thoquestions disastrous failure In Cabs. >'g.!

(' .- 'SiItt-DUA&TXnT thproper" officers of thrXJnltad States, to tt'Issue, toad having no personal ends speaks for Itself: ... +
Immediately !
i Annapolis! September: ,17, 1851;'. :}J Pennsylvania to arrest,regnringthemto all persons' criminally proceed con ,GDftKQ NO BETTER: FAST..; to attain,.withdraws! from the.contest THE CREOLBS.OP,ctib ,

: Editors tf he.6as- Gentlemen;.'By,srderofthe eerned In the transaction. We were:In hopes chat the hinttwa: threw The Tallahassee Sentvutnttn. at this, and Sines niyreturn to this city] '

Governor,.!transmit for publication the cori .. I i I The District Attorney was especially in'structed out, from time to time, for;the,benefit of our calls it 'snbm IllIoa&Dd,' appears to think Itvery tel 10 many questions, and have __

I i respondents recently bad between this Department to ascertain whether the facta would on' the subject of persftotitt, reprehensible. It is submission-submis ny reports about Cuban affairs, that ;
i and the:Federal Government. The Governor it doe to truth to the
the i7.
make eat the crime of treason against memory fID ths
'\ | desires' to be published, salt will.tend States, and.Ifso, to take prompt measures"to would have.resulted In some ,Improvement ot sion, to the sovereign wilhof. the people of hit the Cuban cause,and to the Cabs u

.i! to reassure the pnblio mind that justice will.be secure concerned, for trial for that offence. his style, and in"some instances, we V think, It State. This Is,and has ever been,the doctrineof general, Ionize my voice, however:!

1 executed upon the perpetrators of the recent I am instructed' to assure your Excellencythat has; but whenever he gets Into a iciffjr'veln I, the States'Bights party. and unknown, ,to state.such facts M
t .. murders and h'eUonln Pennsylvania that this violation of the stances have given me special
thftPresldent regards kaovli
: aiI'he has his fancy range .1 The Sattintl merit in sort of
I measures win be taken to similar he f othrough> learnt, can see no any
prevent oc rights of the'peaoeiul'titiens' of Maryland, I I solemnly state that Gen. Lopes
J r currences, In the future. with deep abhorrence, :and I.halae: will not I &Ja..repona of Fog, and he leaves us, submission, except to'thFtrleral Government_ ceive.1 anyone about the'revolutionary |

Bespeetfully your oVt servL fail to exert.all his constitutional powers, to like"will of the wisp," to find him,If we can Leger,of G... Qat--.. in Cuba and the co-operation hehepf

Tao:. H. OTiCAt, Secretary of State.STATX bring the offenders )merited punishment, Alas, 'poor Cuba! only yesterday," and she GeD. Qultman has addressed the, following from the Cubans My position near 1

-1' 'and to prevent similar outrages in' future.I ring the last eighteen months'ef his
stood, on the pinacle of-shewasthehon- letter to his friend.1D.MblJppl:
am sir respectfully ,obd't.servt y bIn me to state knowlnlJl'thlUfU
,your ,
Annapolis, MD, Sept. 15,1851. } W.s. DsKXicx,Acting Secretary.. ored theme of tongue and pen ;but now, In her The result of the went! election for the_ Convention farts of the Island ban- often called

Hit ExceUenn the President cf the V. Slates.Sir. tribulation, "there Is none so poor as to do her hownel'.brought 'SCOUT', row decisive oe regarded. of his friends, whatever might be taer!
at least for the as
t :-On my return to the, Executive Department reverence!" Only short month agotorator the position of the State on the great issues IDT01nd. No letters or news hate ev r been fo
j of this State to after THE .NEWS.JACKSONVILLE: city and lam astonished that such '
1. -dsy, temporary Type declared he would never tire shouting, ] se
I received eemi of clay lion could ever have been made
statementsof her praise-he could address. his audience "al The majority have declared that they! are sgdstt
the recent outrage committed in the State of few devoted friends, who, sincerely

'.I I Pennsylvania, bye> mob of,Odtlaws, upon; the night'," and not exhaust' the grateful theme.- content with, and the opposed late aggressive to aD1'1emedica1.ctioli measures of of the goodness of the cause, havt-

persons of citizens of Maryland, who were Now he is employed inditing unintelligible, Congress the State., V' <:* effort; DO sacrifice to serve 1t.aDd bare

r V peacably engaged in the assertion of their squibs to her disparagement! j by this determination thepeople'is in It their til 'e;:thelr.n. a., and t)sir

rights under the Federal Constitution and the Although with no) other guarantee .than t ',w
If translate the At variance with fixed of the true
any one can following.spec my opinion
i laws ,
of Con greIL Although I hare the mostI and honor of one man.These. letters Mtt
I I; V entire confidence in the resolution of your Excellency men, which we copy from the list Republ car, policy of the' State,: here lore expressed been written with the intention of
still entertained as a State
to enforce the laws of the land all him that's conscientiously ; yet their fault is in '
at into plain English, why let try- only exaggeratlonatgards !
bow *
and a Democrat I in respect.fat -
Rights man
t ,
I hazards, and to the fullest extent, it neverthe 'FLA.f all the feelings and wishes of .tWftfc
:- submission to the apparent will of the peo
less becomes my duty to address you this com people, but as to the possibility of Is***
munication. Great as is tbo'crim committed, Saturday, September 3T, 151. ple.It action. Circumstances have herD epiMl
is true the State has not yet spoken authoritatively
when considered solely in reference to the individual soon to be erected in the United States !- expedition; the revolution had brolranti

t victims themselves, its enormity and Bidders are offering-the contract is to be entered ; even the acts of the Convention the 4th entity in Puerto Priadpefrmi
danger can only be properly estimated when AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. Into--who'll go lowest 7 The capital is will not be binding until they shall.have been points Patriots had started and *

viewed in connection with the present state M.J.JORK BEARD, Tallahassee, Fla.J. not intended to cost much, and as a matter of ratified by a vote of the people; but by the election D the Coecoro mountains, who.were'coaeeUMi i S2
of non-resisters to the COnfeDtionam Jori- |
of the country.From course it will soon blow down. An author in still themselves J
G. REAXDO' Esq., Ocala, Flo. of the people have declared against the defending against tie nji
{ the very beginning,Maryland has with the News of the 13th VVBIISHCD an article on ty The .f

I one voice, sustained the compromise measures. T. P. KMNKBT, E q., Tamps, Fla. ''Cuba, the government, and its.officials," in course of policy on .the slavery questions, I ly troops.expected the government arival of,someexpeditioth course,JameSi

"'f t No man has dared to raise the flag of disunion Gen. 8. RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla. which, launching out which I deemed it. my duty to pursue while the States, and took all '
i within her bord=n. All parties have united in B. FKISBT Fla. "On those buoyant the bladders of Governor; and against the principles upon made the toeasji
Esq., Carey's Ferry, supporters, which I was nominated and which alone arrests were ; army of spies reiaftni
defence of the constitution. All classes of upon
our Gxo. Ccxrca, Esq, St. Augustine, Fla. rhyme I idate. I and all suspicions men marked and d
j citizens haTe renewed ther vows of to the bad consented tc run as a cans might
fealty considerable is
to watched. The General
}i i Y institutions of their fathers. Maryland has Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys, Fla.S. prose happily adapted a profusion perhaps, be elected, notwithstanding this demonstration trrived. ButfriJ
of poetry. The article eontainsuhitting I bans joined him, it is truo.. but how mia
\ therefore, a moral weight with the South which GLINSXI Esq. Pilatka Fla. public sentiment in the election ,
p all round, especially at Collector. to join? The jailors of Havana "
! ttt
; armies and navies for the convention but All have been mainly may .
cannot give. It would be ;
There is consolation if"the bladders ofrhyme" that how
some question b.tating
; ,:. terrible indeed, if she should under combination instrumental in seeking the expression of the many arras.
any LETTERS ON THE burst; made on the roads since the 12th of
i' of circumstances be driven to will of the peoble through a Convention, I
j, t herself at the head of t1 e column of secession.place PRODUCTIONS OF FLORIDA Br B. M. I lIt our weight breaks them down and we sink in ought, in my political action,to abide by it. they can nnswer it by telling what lathe oi
BYRNE, M. D. U. S.ARHT. I the committed
GOod by over two thousand wretetai
1 Therefore full consideration of all circumstances
Her declaration of disunion
I would be fatal. upon
Where would Virginia be? Where in fact- Since the conclusion of the publication of these We are smothered at least in respectable mud." respect for the apparent decision of in Spanish dungeons or transported tofyt

V every Southern State ? The result is, too ter., valuable and interesting Letters in the News, we The article is very long, but for fear our the people. duty to the noble and patriotic party The soldiers also answer by satiny bovni
,. have had readers will lose the cream of it,we extract the have been executed behind the bather i iAgnacate
: riMe for contemplation. And yet sir, we must numerous applications for copies whichwe who were struggling to maintain the rigors
disunion and the Pena
J look inn contingency right in the faee. iso not could not supply, and being desirous to give u following passage of the South against Northern aggression, and : Blanca! >

; I understand me as intimating that such disaster wide circulation u possible to the information they "Cuba trt'//be free despite the.sonirminin of con to preserve our institutions from the fatal effects Say 'that the Cubans are paralysed
is tracted politicians and partlorgaDlzers. The South of all in the Federal system of terror under which tbrylivti:
upon us. Far from (t. Heaven forefend it. consolidating power
I contain, we made arrangement to have a pamphlet and the West that '
V will yet give her sons, her they are crushed by tyranny; taatfl
; Bat it is that I should tell that courage Government, and a sense of self respect, which
necessary you edition of them and her valor to free her. The time lack leaders
I published u speedily as possible. will come, resolute capable of foraia ii
our people and inclines not to seek public station in
are deeply mo a
justly exasperated. This and that at distant day. If not before, at and of ,without
1 edition will be ready for delivery in a feat I leading people sad
. It is that
proper you should be frankly assured when the South in her might s{all assert her rights which my opinions upon vital questions ere rounded the
t that notoing can, or will, or ought to satisfy few days, at Twenty.fire Cents a copy. Clubs at a vindicate,. her wrongs, tak Cuba: to her bosomas not sustained by a majority of my constituents, 'them by of most ingenious spies of ffi

i them but the most prompt,thorough and severe distance, by enclosing one dollar will receive by a stricken sister, crushed by Tyranny and Fa all concur in inducing me to the opinIon that accuse cowardly weakness, hUt

: 1'. ., retribution upon the perpetrators of the mur- mail fire copies. Editors in this, and other States, ,""JeII1II." my duty requires me to retire from the position cast them infamy on the their names by repress*

derous treason committed in Pennsylvania. I will oblige us by giving this notice one insertion, There now. which 1 occnryv as the Democratic State Rights fighting Patriot, tracking will

am rejoiced to be informed that those worthy and will receive a copy of the work. Candidate for Governor. With emotions of the the man who has been their only hope fcri

and patriotic Judges. Grin.ncl Kane, have expressed BRITISH ARROGANCE. deepest gratitude to the patriotic party by years. \ J
j V the opinion that the crime which I nominated evidences I was in Cuba when Gen. Lope arrived,!
amounted to The Jlbion was for the of
I a weekly "
THE gazette published in
MURDERS.The hill only say that had it been possible Hi
treason against the federal
their confidence both in the
government, c.>gni- unfaultering nomination
sable therefore, by the federal courts,and pun i late murder in Lancaster county,Pa, of two New-York city, and which is the exponent of ( and in the warm and hearty reception him, Inould not core k in New Orleans

I ishable under the federal laws. This gives me highly respectable citizens of Maryland a mixed British opinion in the United States, makes with which I have been met everywhere in the who know me will not doubt my words. S

J confidence that justice will be done, speedily mob of negroes and abolitionists, has created peat the following comments upon the news of the canvass. I tfl.ndrrmy resignation of the high while I am convinced, for having mjselfi

I and folly. Our people will wsit.with all reasonable : excitement in Maryland, and some little in Penn. capture and execution of Gen. Lopez- and honorable)X'st.of their chief atandard.bear- !. and heard what I say,and having been aup
t t' patience and confidence to the issue. alao But this is In the canvass the Cubans and exposed to the same dang
I see sylvanla ; not the first, occurrenceof "In connection with the invasion er pending ; pledging toy si If to
Their faith in iheponer of the federal government -' the kind in Pennsylvania: ,It is only a year or Telegraphic wires during the past week of have Cuba been, the them and to the country, that will_to the last, will oblige nobody to share my convictions; fc
the incredulous to the haM
as well aa in its good intentions will serve the of the State as go
nee great cause Bights
two that Mr. industriously charged with all sorts of ,
essarlly be ago a Kennedy, of Hagerstown, Md., reports Cuba, do not seek information in
the newrpM
) governed by result. many of which have been l(1eyideutJ.elf..eoDtra- faithfully in the ranks as I have endeavoredto '
; ;t Nor, is this all. If passion and prejudice went into the same State to recover a fugitive, and dictory, and many so highly improbable, that the do in high position. published under the moat vigilant ceoosn.

should control the verdict of Pennsylvania ju' was publicly murdered in the town of Carlisle, public mind here has settled into a state of unbe- J. A. QUITMAN. nor amongst men who are interested In she

rice, In the trial of this tone, I tremble for the while asserting his legal and constitutional rights, ief in any rumor whatever, unsupported by relia Monmouth, Sept. 6, !S5I. that the island is quiet, but mix with thl'bans '

Union One thing is very clear and it is this, and we are not aware that a single individual of ble proot Thus when it was yesterday announced The become their friena-let your obsemlh
that Maryland would not remain one fay in the from New Orleans that the Cherokee steamer had followiug, .incident related by Col.,Lo J>nerftonal. and then try a little cO .'
,_ the murderers wu.puoi hed. How the murderersin arrived there from Havana, with news of the ring, of the Mounted Rifles and native assemble "
confederacy, if finally assured either that the very ( a of Only and arm fifty men, I wan
the present ease will fare, remains to be seen. highest importance-being no less than the capture will find both and
of the Federal Government Florida is fit you men money butt!
powers were inadequate and execution cf and his band ,) a commentary on the above ;
Lopes there
that the It must now be: evident to every man, not wilfully wasan that if are able withdraw head A
or public opinion of tne non- evident disposition to await the arrival of a taet..nd, eloquently shows the deep degradation you your
slaveholding Sates was adverse to the protec blind, that the fugitive slave law is a dead let. steamer at this port, before giving credence to the the noose in which you_have already sees)

I tion of the rights liberties and lives of her cit ter, that it cannot ta executed, that it U for all I' rumor. It is possible, probable, and we hesitate and ingratitude to which Federal submission yon have resisted the trials of a conspira *

I ; izens. If the UnIon'is to be merely a union of practical purposes so much waste paper. Public' not to add, dUirdll-that. the rumor may prove may bring us. It seems the most devoted life, If you can escape, yon ,will soon bet

J. minority slaves to majority tyrants, then, ins sentiment lathe free States opposed to its execu correct; for if the brief and bloody tragedy be hero and patriot is to be sacrificed, if he dares and will say with me, it must be seen to bill

I I deed our government baa failed in the end cf its tion. The four or five fugitives that have.been delivered thus sh and closed American, avast,further will be loss avoided of human-these life scanda, Spans to raise his voice against the behests of a cor- but lieved or the understood ; this people has tit]
creation and the not of
- sooner it is dissolved the bet power moving. .
ter. This, I assure you, Sir, is the sentiment up, under this law, cost a great deal more you postponed.and lawless expeditions will be indefinitely re.Pttand tyranicul majority of politicians kt i It has not been my intention to get b f .

j of thepatri tic South, the conservative South, the than their Value, in expenses. Besides, .no man's The Washington.ell may it be exclaimed, 0 long discussion; I am no public writer aa .

.t IJxios-loving South. I am not obtruding upon life is safe who pursues a fugitive. The negroes same number publishes the following Temporal Mores I Is this to last We hopenot is whh regret that I put my name, before !

your Excellency my views and opinions. I am have armed themselves by the advice of the abolitionists item of news from India, taken from the London The 'sober second thought" public; but returning to New Orleans 1 In

f ., plainly unfolding the dew and eentments of a and they win use them, under the same Tan!I, with great apparent satisfaction : come,-we hope before it is too late. may yet been painfully affected by the revulsion x14

t '" people with whom i am well acquainted. u is counsel. : "Accounts from the Nisam's territories state has taken place since the news of the defeat

important that should do so-it is necessary The letter of Gov. Lowe to the President which I I that *. It Is generally reported that ors 'Gatot.: Qurmrar.-It is right [says the WAshington that heroic little party whose deeds will I btleii

that I should do BO. I fear the latent causes of ders from the Court of Directors to the Governor. Union] to give publicity to an incident in spoken of by the Spanish soldier, wbo> '
'. dissolution more than which have heretofore we publish in another column, shows the state of 1 General have been at last received by the President the storming of the city of Mexico which illus generous than his government, gives clue irt4

s agitated! the surface cf the waters. feeling in Maryland, on the murder of her citizens. at Hyderabad, Deeear, to take and keep possession traces the bravery and patriotic: enthusiasm of to an enemy that only gave way to a font I M

J tear that the North does not believe the Johnson, tho abolition Governor of Pennsylvania, of certain parts of the Nizam's. dominions un- this officer but which his modesty has sup. times stronger. I have heard accusations!
lea he
possibility of disunion. Fatal incredulity If and the present Whig nominee for re-election, has reps of lDclia s at once, the'doDe,. doe to the Government pressed from the knowledge of the country.- inured against Gen. Loris and his nobId

they could only be made to believe it possible offered a reward for the apprehension of the "o/ lees of rupee, with amounting interest at to six upwards per oent.ot eighty The The following is au extract of a letter from the generous friends, who feel less the loss of til

it would then indeed, be impossible. But their districts of pliant leader of the mounted rifle regiment fortunes, thtir name attack
1 Itgcd criminals. But, although he passed by the country about to be absorbed are, it Is exposed to the
disbelief renders it even probable. Beleiving scene of the bloody tragedy on the of its said, all those on the other side of the Kishna river, .[Major Loringj who fell at the brad of hi*reg vulgar enemies, than for the loss of a ....i
it to be afar off and ever receding, they act in a day occurrence I Bachore, and Neildroog, besides Berar. The first iment on the eve of entering the city of Mexico, never had an unworthy thought whftse It
he did ,
I v manner which will precipitate the crisis, u not issue his proclamation for; four will be under the superintendence of Capt.Taylor, b i y a wound which deprived him of one of his tires were pure and'generous. Gen.Lopesl{

. surely,aa it will be, to them, unexpectedly. I days afterwards; and not then, till compelled by the Mr.second under Capt Bullock,and the last under arms. The extract is an eloquent tribute of a'' honored me by his friendship and coailei
; do not know!of the tear-of public In Brighton, who one managed the Warmngal gallant soldier
\ a single incident has occurred opinion Philadelphia districts. Should the Nisam not to the bravery of his distin I grieve his loss as that of a father a*,1
1 since the passage of, the compromise measures pay down the guished commander. This letter was address. think that
THE money:which it is said he has not the means of raising my weak voice to justfyN 1
t -- which tends more to weaken the bonds of Un- PAMPERO. doing ed to a friend in private correspondence his friends the ) 'Wt
f we may take it for granted that the districts : or cause for which be die ,
ion, and arouse, dark thoughts in the This unfortunate steamer now quietly and mentioned "Gen. QuitmAn was at the head
1 : minds of will be held for some time at least; of my regiment me a duty-U rendering an homage to his ism
men, than thla1at e tragedy. Nor will its in peacably awaiting,her fate in the hands of the and in the meantime,no doubt there will be some at,Ithe .time I,was shot. We were the ory. Those who intuit his ashes brealas*

: 'f'' fluence and effects be limited within the narrow U..S. Deputy Marshal. Whether she will he very active employment for a part of the cavalry nearest'American soldiers to the city of Mexico are guilty of an act of cowardice and I,_

f;:.' borders of our State. They will penetrate anellDf'&Dtzy branches of the service." and their army, at the time I was wounded. be.guilty if I remiined silent., ,I coaffc

r the cool of the South. They will silence the 81l1tt4 b1 oar own Government, or restored The above is s small specimen of the system After I fell, he armed bimselt with one of ly bope that time will him the
my justify
, *i confident promises of, Union-men' and give unhurt into the hands of her owners Is as uncertain of rapacity which that canting Government has I rifles,joined the rifles in their charge upon the of the 'world, and that if:I have not in boil)

farce to the appeals of the Secessionists. They as the 'Y.erdictoape tl jury. Be it been Garlic do Belen.:fired bis list cartridge tied to save him I
will enter into the os carrying on in India for the lastcentury Iris ,. may yet,one day aid in avesfi
1 agitations of the next Con it she has the handkerchief on.hIs'inuule, and waved his him. I have It
and may, sympathies and. good wishes and a half n? personal interest evgscet
weaken the public andyet they have the impudence gallant soldiers tlte
hope where. to over breastworks the
=1 these evils,there I. but a stogie every correct ,pf'tali whole community! :! her,favor No talk of the.efforts of American citizens,in be. the first to mount amid the terrible -being it and Cuban if cause; my life is all ,I could gW to
carnage ; Irtgret obscure unsaei
being and
'" the and that Is, the most complete vindication good reason.can.bep perceived for proceeding half {the oppressed aa "' ; tat followed. I'll venture to there it, is
n laloas and law say are onljkbecauje a. elevated pow
of the law
and the
fullest few
criminal,. retribution open the rigorously. against the boat,under existlng'citcumstances. .- less expeditions->> of the'annexation of rank instances and In history 'where one 'o high in would have given more weight to my wer* '
contlguoua advanced in
II Now that the Cuba Iffe/has thus had and words ,which ire del
: expedition is dictated sincere
'I had intended to territory and by a
v prepare and forward toyour ( which, naturally and availed himself of,the brilliant well-convinced
Excellency statement tai dead as Lopez-as Cuba is not likely to be opportunity of heart.'r
of the facts fall
of the willingly into eur_embrace)'to the United wreathing around his brow so distinct a title to WP. "
osier"made out from the communications again invaded until it is done under the the honor of F. DK GOUMI
sent stars
States breach being regarded the
as a of all "az New Orleans '
r' faith
to this good Inel'ed STor ,August 9 1831. JF
Department; but I find,from this Tne BRAVE." ,
-- momAil and stripes, which we hope will be soon-and deuce of the ,
: ,
papers,just received, that the officers of overweening am'biUoD'otBepab.UC&D ,
t" ....Federal, Government have been already engaged now that the Spaniards have slaked their thirst : America., It seems England is to have The Right Ktad .( a Cnuml. Aahtler.l.YUIea" Crnb-.. Iii!' '

: in making the,proper investigations; in the blood of some of the noblest of our land the exclusive privilege A Canadian 'A-dllp&tchIJ'OJD' New Orleans an ia"'
upon the spot the result of which : ot.l absorbing! the whole paper, ccommentingupon, the port was in circulation ""
have do
' been'or -we hope the Government will not continent of Asia late summary massacre of in that city totW"feet
if Americans
. carryout in her in Ha <
, will be laced before you:; I hope,.our Ex; r power,and yet every vans, says that the that Gen. Quitman'would abortr/Jr
a prosecution vindictive impression
cellos er..W re rd &hlllttter a.. by no mans purely againstthe acquisition of territory by the United States is that had a British or French is prevalent himself at the head of another Cuban l >**

bd an,Tack ot confidence ID the Fed- unfortunate men who risked their property regarded as an',outrage. By the way: the lying !n the harbor, as was the man-of-war United been tioD:r 'T enpon wuao' generally credit?*'.

y: eal authors es,-on..' my part but as a proper In the fatal expedition.' Their losses have already terms used by the two countries sloop-of.war Albany, ,and had ; States The New York correspondent of the,Ptf
: a
and expressive
tamed necessary the exposition of the views enter.: I .been great, and their'punishment anffi- the idea of ,territorial acquisition Frn.eh.consul. been in the city such a whole or delphia, Inquirer' speaks of" a new wpeditiei.
by citizens of this Sate follows
for singu :
which I are s*
dent, for.the crime of wishing to aid sale massacre of British or French ,.
vouching, in regard to the charaoterof laxly appropriate, and,eloquently reveals the WOUld not hay ta'kMi Tt1 ..: .subjects. .. "One word That
this who they led to .It.. *..V..> >.1. more. a day aidl*
atrocious were believe -- -- --- ,
theigearslatttItndeof occurrence, 'as well as for their liberties., were struggling differcat'manner. of Its A Mninl, !.fimn., ivVcall .. ... he following o.t.!: : .601 #V."If.. and men and means; and all the VppUsHg
.. .. tbecoantry'm, connee 4 ---1-----7-- war will be
it annexation ,
.1BWWKL ; tbej, 'Weiimply In 1820. two Kngihiaailcrs arranged at BO very! distal*P
: had
U'llIDdtru But if the ; com
Government of
virviu&siKlceSL will
persist In. mUted jurisdiction of the
prosecution annex or join the a crime in Havana United Slsttg
your KxteUeacy should-deem it advisable to together,and neither were about to be make another
aev so entirely,onnecesarry let It beconsistent' i shot. They:were' attempt upon 'Cab .] ssJ.*
require:jDTcCekl services, in any way"eon. Is the loser by.tht transaction, but. on the con- clearly guilty, but the Briti.Ia" lain :It boa
nested, with the : If the that Consul insisted that may time''Whezi this:gerefSS
pending. inquiries, It' will plea It it must perform traryareaastetnllrbeiefittd they should be tried. is
gin .. : ...They absorb This the Govern Dent a Cabinet abot to"W
great pleasure to pkce its d'ut1-; its : refused. The Consul ;
mytime at : ldlC1'0rm tdult and
.dvtr let it
thing they a new one about
every not monstrated to
; only and the enter
y oar cHip I&L, ,. conquer vast king Captain-General ,became'laIftJe ,up a
} I have the honor arrest and: try the officers and ,men who embarked doms.upon,,tha most trivial The hour 'of' tierwhen thfr f. a kind 'of'It
to be, very respectfully pretexts, and ..abJeo& .. ,,execution ,came/and and 'tafIII"
1Ot1lQ9'a 0bed1tD&UntDL on board the Pave ;,:.,:for the,pvrposeofinvadinf them'to the rule of the Consul was on the spot. hev brought'with political J' parties are Dot !
captains but larity, It
himthe popu ma11JeIQOJltr
H-Lotis.Lowr.irr Cuba; 'If w ,thttftmur be guilty of th*whplf substance of tbeiihjbhantsisdmwn sad again consular flag,'the. British Unfon Jack,' place,.nntets there a re D".t, Ht is _* '
'- a violation 1t t&e laws, the Met'cannot be' Innocent from and atttrM earnestly remonstrated, but in vain. the -t
) The 'Yef1d.dDlomeD.t
tom :
) .
,Dsrirstztev' : ) < iatothtfaaatiabte: officer on the p1ua'wa..' about to .x '4'!'%(**t'

.' ... '-' Bept or;_ifh, WSJ., / I :: IJIr'make.these.reaaaaks. -w,sbo. RIhe iaMaftM -X BMW< -;of'*' British' ., ";avaj, r 'I. i.V._ ,.J_ ,- .. ',_ I.the execution of his duty: 'The' consul proceed find- the. !!ODe obstacle question to property qnestfom xlsttr"S: II
Ta His d. lag all a much '
ExetUau} tM'r yf" ahewrdtty,\ as :matters, 1v WBVM B remonstrance useless, placed himself In vmfftw OTOWr
; .Gnerxer' f.Mtryl&d:# r &i,* stand,of this inviteand unnecessary proceed. had Kosiutt first ttthr +1L 1&.s>tew.rlJd : to ; trOM of thetmee.f,pafolded\Q..Uniott lash er/.you W. t* prepared to eapwt' i ijWaMf

8ir Tour letter of the 15th last to the PresHcst Ins _We hope and, believe>> the Government II .....,.. ..tl.---jf.:: .-.... and wlalcla'hI'kneelingP en;, beat talked JanaloDot'Ca.6aii of *. I
: aid ,or
has If tie ...bI ;.. eontemplslei by t
been ; .
received. la I : >' 1HI..t.W.JCvi 1 I
: .
.reply aa ia- will drop IhkjJroetcntioa.y It,canaaiwerno. there'iaesasd aad, to tbca leave tail*ids.r ttTuSSd..:be!edeteated- n.'..... remanded to prison,3 and" ye that.date night: I have aodlspfldUoa i&srto*.' .I" I

+ States any oetei-batlbaeIobeelta
they ueaped. ., : : .: sttia I
; : that
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4 list t Qt iii 1I'e. ;.b+.rooiea 'l, :,t' "; .... .C4. jl. .Pp" .. tiDIIIa .0.. f I :f j-.Ift.t. .! -'J u. ::-:": ;: :'POINSETTIS' It ."I **>" '. ii.. r.Jt 'ii.&"

.s: ddestitat U. Cuba fbr letdli t -i '. ..Ii t. "it t : '.iTaft" ', "[ 't:zi tia>r tLa ie tilt HeatriUe.

ew 1pbrt ) Itsee-froessteee .t ebptelr tbs ? -B. eoa* .
r ek.p.ours, flo e cadet- .I.tr. .: .olds Cortes.that.Cube is mptf ftr.,EniUad as lOIt f1 ..nil'. .lei otJcu4San1&Law'o '' ;_ ..'. ;_, '.- -z-.:. ." :: SARAH
t ., -- j8rA&Stea1Rer
lla.Jmtr.. I security the debt vl%bah' "ieIi.&o' bas.ftt
.'4, 8 fJa that THfi'l ft''cE&'fAItf.AD-BAF1 i KIMBDY
< fttjt bi'it'I in" t6id5i power-d debt now i*rseistt nfcbrn eettnuf-. 'Thief Msdtti'' eaavMta Jaec regular
I "
-cL- ; 'f. 'h'O1t,8B C>1181ilJY sAHd tripe for me above tacos oa Monday Ae aW.
otlFthist ie sir f ter aIc1e ted at$ ,.' her 1Arbet"tp&esAS fa ltnly_ : -

.!lo t 7"UI be pu ktedtoT The debate alluded to Mutual ia July,sad w--was used jbrfcertsseHsry,bet aiaeMagtM -np" J towehikf at puaetnafly aH the UUrmedUte to leave every J a Mtmiiy Bfs 'sad,BUK wSleoataae *.
p .. ot.nch arose oa oaH fbr UfcrssaUoa *< llInI& lJafIl Death, swlmf ,ITIiisilljnlsasilf '"5 \ *i '
= llD a blapc1 aea a ttwirn1at She nadVataa. vaMeAaeiseB? Whirl Aq f be presented tofitfMe., :/1 IDe at ... co.MeI Ole D.8.ltaD
:C Em ial aatMert .of sVs Is*' jfiaom.of ariysje. steamers Per,
.Farap,. u.ia1D tee Methodist Chareh sidaearaed te sad from Savannah. freight en-
bet merits
\; with .PO- stands Sit itl,ant ,surds a*fff. -
commanded boardce .
'eriel ftomtheWbai by Doa Nudge Lopes against the walk itb tote ors aptlyOD bAg>
seaaoabyaelost + 6d.alwayethe ,
t : liberty. Island of Cuba" Sewior Badia a deputy who Bible as the alsa of her outlast She frequently QT IT'tit 18 NOT PAILBD"TO 'OTME' m A I'ElNAIf.ua.MSIEB A.CO';.- ents6m" .

"ejaIIoII oaad'tbouInd1 'UIa co has lived stuci in' Cuba, afer ,,speaking conversed fad nttfe i* prayer:with her !IINQLE IE8TANCLdEQ .J",$ ;A. 1f,18tL -

! of the Batas :sanctified -by.,their of the anneialioa Texas sal the Invasion of Reverend father: spoke bf the joys ef tfce fife she HISVihule, .preparation a, l(eompoandedfrom '
it. >tah Nu.Saraa '. Mexico,-the attempt of Lopes Cardenas last was about to eater,and that Her able had taught X. antralmed1dul roots growing iq Fl .rlelsi.Mevse For- Rent.j .
N and the threatening of another her that whosoever wo U not fbrtake aH Ibr Tan above wen known HOTEL situated
year .
;attempt the Wilds of Florida. It is J11&El.yud'WJlor.Ly'Vegetabl
. L this thus ; vRBome Christ WM not worthy of him. ae had doai sov I j_ ia the city of St.Augustine. bmg ia
It "des./. .,. year-proceeded_ : and entreated all around her dying bed. to do like.wDeath and designed ssrxciAtLr for the perfeet order is for rent for one or more

a ** we paW0*** brief aCe in i persons in Europe inquire: How can kid Jolt 'his'stojr;and this lovely cure of the above disease i.n.hunter and yearswith without the farntture .
TVS etker /eeret proceedings ot the.lDi such excess be committed,if the opinion of certain Christian now deep la Jesos. r can only adds Proprietor"is fully,convinced that it is aa in :June 14,1851. ;tf. 14 A.H. COL3L #

.r same e sea control 'Democratic'.National '' influential men II opposed to all these an. 'Blessed are the oW.whd die u the Lord.", valuable Medici HP. In fact'-the teat that heW
ins the aexatloas The is When given'it in the:town in7which he resides Ia Cirwdt> Cselt!
c.nstioU. Among theaters that have been easy* Tea; this lovely,daughter,' this affectionatewile .
utted in these developments was one from ia the United 8t tcSjan opinion becomes pop. now deeps in the oldfuafly.stave yard beneath and.the txtrdihing sxccist with. .Which' it:his EASTERN. CIRCUIT'OP'PLORIDL..
Cr of the Montgomery Advertiser.rentltmaa .- ales Statesmen do not govera,--they are governed the waving branches of the tau eedart there met?warrants him in saying that it is a POSI '
Brittsa, the following cxplaaa.Teais : :'I am the government'say people quietly she wUl rtit tm roused by th. trumpet oa TIVE CURL Be has therefore c to the Im Chase eq...

gives with the affair. We like and so the thing cosoes to pass. Down to the the morning of the Beau tedtidu She has left A determination to place it within the reach oran Matilda Ann,Wil&rd ) .

connection early paH of.jthe present >century tie..Anglo. husband and a large circle of relatives and friends knowing how many suffer with this very va } BILL roxDivoxcx.DanielWaford. ..
concludes -
Osfptttk with which nf : to mourn her loss: *Bui their loss is her eternal unpleasant and, often Disease J -
Americans faithful ia the religion sentiments dangerous ,par. :
. There has been much said of late by our and the humane maxims of Washington, when gain. ticularly ia the Southern and Western States. P a to the saticfaction of the Court that
: temporaries in this city and elsewhere of a l he retired to private life acquired territory DIED, ia this town; en the 23d met; of dropsy, In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be the Defendant Daniel Wilford,reside beyond
S it conspiracy" of the d n oeraU4 P/ to : in the JOHN ALXXANCXX'eldest'son'of John C. andM. particular and look for written the Baits of the State Florida, so that_the;"ordi
of Florida and signature
eases Louisisnr bj treaties my
V. Houston.efEnterprise, aged thirteen and ? cannot be served him .
Sam Houston, of Texas ia the years nary. process upon :, 'J'
I General insinuations hare been and according to the principles of international seven months., OB the labelI On motion of W.M.Ives,ESQ.. ,.Solicitor Cam
= sea\'cWr;and justice. But df late years as if the Law refer the public below to,a few certificates plamaaV .

..that the undersigned was a party to this of Nations were"a dead 'letler.h they threaten, ., selected from among"many' received from respectable It M Onkrtd\\. That a hearlns; be bad tea, the
Te the Titers Drat
truss racy. heel no disrxaitioa to complain of invade and occupy foreign. 'territory as if the Cevntf.FcLLow citizens Jacksonville frets charged b the Complainant's BID at the Ds-;
6. fd thst'whilSt our neighbor*.Jiate.com. World of Columbus were their own exclusive .itizzxs:=lty terta -ot omee as ; sk.. EGBERT POINSETT.. umber Term next of the Circuit Coot to be bold,

entedoniny letter they hare neglected to property. And'tau.Ie is'gentlemen,that I eat 'judge of the Co tit'of Probate of your county, to P. 8. Planttrs, : alxTiJnld. not be without this em at Alligator, ia and for the eouaty Cotnahu. '
) Provided That of this order ,
their reader, Lirenm- a eotf be. publiah 4a
KY the,letter before to require that the folESnrNetters tertain a deep conviction, that the ,Democracy which you elected me two years tiace, is drawing valuable Medicine.- .Enrj1'a1i. 'ought to the law.directs for the.spaee of three,mODUu..I.. : .

however ihould,be published in this of North America will compromise the peace of to a close and:you win soon again be called on to keep it on habd.A.AZ.EEED -. : ,' ? TOO.DOUGLAS, J.dtj.I.. ., t
I of pa. the World. choose incumbent of that office, for the ensuingtwo priodpal Ageal for Jackson- A true copy: '' "
ier with a word or two explanation.itomlct ville. Twt,.-S. 6cAXBoKoc,'Clark.JoIylZ,1851. .
After some further remarks of the same sort
was a member of the De- 1ean."heD Sm .
National& Convention of 1848 from the Marquis of Miraflores, one of the ministers, t was before a eudidat'-lor your suffira Jacksonville, August lG, 1831. ly "Pt.

. ttocratfe District in this State.it and a accomplished statesman, repled: that if elected I woaJc1perform .
i tit rah Cosgf esstonal gee I gave you a pledge, ID the'ClrRit' 'C
" the adjournment of that body he was appointed "Senior Badia has Just pronounced a discourse ? the duties of that office to the best of my Notice -' .I"f' .

IIJ b1 the delegation from this State, a which both the Congress and myself ability, and without '"fear favor or affection;*"- I Directions for.using Poiasett's Indian Los DUVAL COUN7'Y1N.ClUNCElJArehlba2d .

. ember of the Democratic National tommitII have heard with the greatest pleasure. The whether I have.kept that promise, is for to I cUlt will be found on the inside of the wrapper H.Cole, Complainant, and) ..
-paed' of one from &ich State in the desire for information expressed by the gentlemen t on each bottle. Where there is fever attend Frauds Richard and John S.Sammit\
holds from the who have sustained the for judge. But I have had so many assurances Defendants. 'J *
PW fcfoa. this 'Committee .con proposition ing the disease a purgative should in reap
rcatioa at which it was appointed until the inquiry cannot be more praiseworthy than his approbation, that I am induced again to present I case be used before the Loxecust. Should r appearing to the Court upon affidavit' that

tcctiof of the next, and Is empowered to select but the explanations asked for by Senior myself to you u a candidate, and hope, should there be a tendency to inflamatlon,purge mod. Francis Richard one of the said Defendants,

I- the time and place a f holding the conren. Baiia might perhaps, compromise the govern your choice again fall upon me,from the familiaritywhich erately and give the Loxecust in smaller doses resides within the State of Florida but Without th.
limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit .On
ties and to issue a public tall for its ..em. ment. He then speaks of the explanations I han acquired with the business of that than the average dose. McIntosh Solicitor :
klu'ge. As will f e seen by the letter of Mr. i iIf given on a former GCCa.ioD. to which he refers satisfaction been for Com aaDt.-
lit office to be able to render'more complete It it ordered. That the said Francis Richard dcJ
late Mr. Kaufman was the I Senior Bndia and concludes with these words"All : JACXSOXVOLX
DoaiUson the com.Btteaan than I have heretofore done May 6th, 1851. appear and plead, answer or demur toiauT Bill
'iii from Texas. Donaldson, it will also I can say to Senior Badia is that, at the This is to certify it i* with much pleasure within two months from the date of this Order,W
If Mean represents himself having beet ap. present time, the naval force of England end Having firmly resolved. to know no parties(shDuld that I announce to the Public that 1 hate been aid Bm will be taken tt eoafeswd against htm.

mated in the place of Fitutn* t. ills letter France and the )ate-of nr relations with those I be elected) after the election, I shall know none effectually cured of the distressing complaint It U also ordered. Thai the foregoing order be

MIv vii addressed to me under this state fcf fotts.nere eoantrietTofter w the certain tnetrns tf prcse'cing before; but offer myself to you, relying upon my called Dysentery, by'the highly recommended published hi one of the public gazettes ia said cirCuit

Ii is not a word said in his letter about the iitttgnty of our tall uMe island moo otreeen indirtttial qualifications alone, and to a pledge for remedy cf Mr.B.Poinsett. I had resorted to once a week-for THOS.two moo DOUGLAS.

gin.Houston, or any other individoad in cnn- audio seguro de Conservar la integridad de an.estra the future shall only refer you to the past many things but of no avail; I wu induced to Judge.

ih section with the Presidency and consequently precioso Ant ilia] being able to assure the Very respectfully, your fellow-eitisea and obedient try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine, ISIDORE' V. G.AB.KIE, Clerk of the Circuit

tJ lire had nothing to do with any "conspira. Congress, that waileac Spanish Government servant and to my great satisfaction was completely. Court Duval County,Eastern Circuit'f Florida .
. tf ts nuke Houston or any other man Presi- possmtsla the Island of Cuba a brave General 13. F. LIVINGSTON. cured within.a few days, and have not been. do hereby certify that the forecmBt is a correct
tat I will only further add, that it turns and great tlewents of internal strength sept troubled since with, that so touch dreaded dis copy of the original order on file in my offie.1

yej nt thai Donaldson has never been appointed a none can attack our territory with impunity Te the Voters ., Dnval Ceutv ease. .. ", L i'.. (lA$* Clerk-
the National Democratic Co I hiPPJtoayotherrimmediatecures have August 23. 1851. 2ia ,
. Bfisber of Committee FcLLow-CrnzxKS offer myself as a candi- am

,qi ul tart he is a mere tool of Houston. By re. Taste OBAKGC CCLTCXE in FLOarbA.--tt was data for the office of Sheriff of Duval County,at the come under my own observation within a few
bet; reseating himself as having been appointed with gratification that we saw it announced I have had some experience in days. I cheerfully add ray mite to the alreadygreat State of ftetida, C8ProliettE of .:

sM hi neceeded in drawing letters from varios in. : that the orange trees of our sister State Florida >nsmnglection. If amount of testimony with regard to your 1Irt.' ,
the duties of the office acting as Deputy. yon
tffidMls the committee and from others Valuable Medidne. I am respectfully &oM.HEABNJr.
II were fast recovering from the deadly blight ) AT CHAMBERS. JULY 31sr,.lSS1.. :
. vW were wt U its formation and are not now which has afflicted them for the last sixteen should elect m*, I shall discharge my official duties .
h 1M Miter .f E Uu alary E.assiere.,
h. xttfcVtrs of It. I' years. Should this announcement prove true, faithfully, and to the beat of my abilities! To E.Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE detseaed. -

Tits these few words, I submit the corres.psdeaee it will be a source of immense.wealth. sept 13. A. W. CRICHTON., E.;F August 15th 1851. ,
Petititx to proie Nvuxpatine Wilt.TJE7HEEEA8 _
i to the public-with the single rei : Previous to 1835 when the
orange groves
I Dear Sir: This will inform yon that one ,.
ee thst no state of circumstances could ink were killed by the unprecedented frost of that T* tbe Teters ef Dwsd Ceemtr. bottle'ot' Medicine called lamax Loxx Robert Harriaon Esq t>f'the
sit aetimIe as t am,to wivetae least conn- : not less than of were myself to fellow oid your W above County and Stater.has this day tied
pee year 10.000,000 oranges I respectfully announce my COST, has permanently cured two of my ae- a Petition to prove and establish before me the
' tessnce to any such set erne xrr movement for I shipped from the St- John's river and the portof seas of Duval county as a candidate for the office of grog of a'severe attack of Dysentery. I eon. Nunettnathre Will of Hra.J arj IE.Sandexsoi late

NI ft* atftination of such a man u flonston to St. Augustine,and ld at the average price Clerk of tkt Cirrus Oourt ef said "county-pledg. rider it atx excellent Medicine for this com. of the before aimed County and State,.deceased.

I njPresHenty, and I would not vote for him of $1 per hundred. It was a heavy blow to ;if elected to discharge say duties to the plaint and take great pleasure ia recommending and I hare appointed the irst Monday In October
.r fire he nominated bj forty National Democrat. the citizens of !Florida to have the source of so tag myself it to the public. Becpectfally yours, next, at my reudeoee m laid tfonn'ty. for mCtakie gevideaea

I k (Onveations. J. H. BRTTTAK.C4mltM much wealth cut off in one night beat of my abilities.' 8. D.:FERNANDEZ.To for the purpose'of frtablftftmg saidWiB,
(tit And this was the produce of a comparatively Aug. 23, mi. L V.GABNTJ5.We Mr. Poinsett. the hearbkSj to eomnenoe at 10.o'eloekToa.that 4ay:
It it Ordered and Thai all :
. .! Db small portion of ground and irtBing, labor. r Uuerrfort Decreed '
lapbla Major
D:7 art tarixe4 t0 announce JACKSONVILLE parsons wed sire hereby cited and admonished
' The average produce of an acre of foil grown May 21,1B51.
. CAtHOU.f OS XKSISTAHCE.Coioe and GEORGE H. 8Mirnal a'candidate for Sheriffof Dear Sir: I consider It to be a ttatter 6f dun to be and appear before me. at the said lime and.
orange trees,was about $1000 per annum, place, in order Chat and any'and all 6r thea\ 4 ;
what should it drop of election. they
will cost every at the ensuing Sept13.m to inform that I have beta
one halt could tend two or three ceres with Duval county ty yon laboring under may. contest the same if Co them .b11a fit >
UMJ sad every cent of property, we must cleW a very violent attack of biarrhcea which '
I. ease. Their culture is no more ettfeeult than M. Green under my hand aad private seal; there
ourselves, and if compelled, we would other fruit tree. Tire ;pttadpfe mode of XL EDJTO&: Please announce JOHN baffled the skill of'two Physicians,and reader. [r.a]being 110 eat of omee,) the day and year

eland fistifed *y all laws human and divine." any producing tbmfiafrwn thv seed. They mar J.BOWDEN, as a candidate for Clerk (the Circuit ed me unable to do any work. But fortunately first above written. .. .. .'

.If we do not defend ourselves,none will de. be produced also from the layer or cutting. Court at the ensuing election. septlXMa. when ad oat to give tap all hope of ever ok JAMES T. O'NEILadIO
1P HI us: we will be more and more pressed as There on the St.John's river tainingrellef heard of your INDIAN &OXB. Court ef Probate Nassau county.
, ti recede sod if submit. will be tram. are some groves EDITOX: You are requested to announce
we which have been budded upon the native sour p7 I CUST, and the use of five Bottles has entirely Orrtcx Couar or PAOKATTJ f .-
led info feet? orange, which is found in almost'every swamp URIAH BOWDEN. as a'candidate for restored me to health. I take much pleasure Nassau County. J 1
'I ay for ear, I would meet any extremity at the to recommend Medidne to all those who
and hammock in that State. Tax Collector for Duval County, ensuing your Judge'
" I,James T. Court of Probate for
* it earth rather than give up one inch of oUr With the very extensive ..DlaDd facilitiesof election. septlJ.V say be similarly aflUclM. Tours,&&, the County'of Nassau, do hereby certify the fore:
tfulity-*Be inch of whAt belongs tons, U and rail. BENJAMIN DAVID. true from.e minutes
. communication by means of steam going to be a copy lathe. :
WI embers of this great Republic \V. ian .MS6i to announce Mr. JESSE t6 E. Palatett,' q.XACXSOXVTLIX.., above''entitled eause. -; .
road, now existing, many, very many years
01neDtftr a free people permit their fears must elapse before the market caa be supplied M. VALENTINE, as a candidate for County Sur. June Witneas, my hand and private seal there beingno
beobtrel them ill refusing to vindicate their election. 27,1851.Dar seal of office, this 31st day of Jaly.A.. 1851.
I fully with this luscious fruit. veyer of Duval County, at ensuing Sir: I am'eJltfrel1 relieved of my com.
rg U, they are ready to be slaves, and only
. vth'fora despot who his than Sincerely do we hope the announcement alluded ntited to announce BENJAMIN plaint thanks to you for your"INDIAN LOX c Judge Probate, 4c.Augostt. (I.1 s._].'
1ft more courage to n ay not premature. It will restore 7W. are ree ECUST" it is tbe best Lkave ever used rore .' 604ixmtiargaicJ ,
ig tley* late, to make them such.3Tkere wealth to a large portion of the State and give FRISBEE as a candidate for the,office of disease and I feel happy recommending it to
is one point en which there can be no where it is of Duval county at the ensuing .
of I to property, the value of millions County Surveyor the public. Yours trulGkOno !

''K rti writ/of opinion. the South among those scarcely worth dollars BOW.-Chariot** (SIC) election. ieptf1. ., tfOtJLTER.Ti Subscriber wishing to devote his atten-
srs true to her, i who have made op their THE
t III kfc sot to be slaves: that ia. if we should be Mcrcxry. 07 We are recanted to announce THOMAS E.Poinittt Eiq. exclusively to his profession' offers i
iaad to and sub- for sale oa accntmodatviff terns,.his lands:and i
choose between resistance JACXSOSVILUC July 50,1851.
for custom house offie Commissioner
A recent applicant a 8UAREZ u a candidate for County
w ,we should take resistance at all hazSfettkn his claims to the place said hisgrandfather Deal'Sit: I haft tried your very.valuable lots adjoining town of Jacksonville with alltheir I i
urging election. seplSD7"Ma.BDrrot
ia for Dan county at_the ensuing find improvements. Then arc ton these lands
,l 'tCdTnn's end Lettfrt.A didn't fight ia Revolutionary Medicine for Diarrhoea and it by far the ,
the best and safest caN for this dangerous disease two strong Chalybeate Springs, which yield "
drat he would have like to ifhe'd Yea requested to an. '
but he guessed re,
copious deposite of!1d aced of iron.
r thai I have ever known or beard of. My peroxide
A-.Ipu. been in the country at the time. noosed WILLL I.I( tIT, of Clay HD1 1ft"oiDe&
in medicinal
little daughter aged about two yard, had en! They are assimilated & properties
'' irrro barber by the name of Carey, well horse SOB as a candHsH for Commissioner for Duval fired loar sad was reddced to almost skele to theBrighton and Tdmbridge springs .
"Will keep aa on my my ,
N'set hen I.this city, recently visited the villageg .while yon in and get eye a driakYTesirAfi eonnty.. septlS. MART. Voms.' tog. and f tried part of a Bottle of your INDU England and the Balaton and Bedford springs
HidiBa in the State of New York and sass:- step- AN LOXECUST and it has acted like a charm, of this c ua'J'. Also a spring of the"coolest

: kwtelf off as a cboctow chief under the name his drink cotes out D:7 KL bJTO&: You are authorized to announce the child is a,w improving and may be seen by common water to be found in this section' or
T (Ob ''. is good musician Strangergoes ia. gets Mr. ELIJAH HIGGINBOTHAM, u-, a brick with'one of HalTs :
Carey a and finds his I horse .- "Where is my by those who do not believe: flyA..COLVLN. country;a yard patient
a JNwetderfal performer on the gate A,lady, I candidate for Commissioner., of- Dahl County,byEmro nuchiaes.ready for operation-the only one in

, WIIIIIR request he had played several airs, : horse, boyl1"He's runaed sir.* lepUS ,. _Tn hopu.J:71It. To E- oImUJ Es4. this vicinity,where the demand for bricks 1St .:
J*w hw with; him and acknowledged her at. away, great{ andj rapidly increasing,-Also,a framed
; *** &tw fascination, .by a flood of tears! "Didn't I tell yew to take, core of you *: You are,requested, to aa.toouaoe ,BAT01t'ILUS'SLlo n's.Beach } kitchen,.stable and carriage house and two

f<7 sckoowledged a mutual sentiment, rela- 10uPllCamp1""No him ELIJAH BUTCH, of Black Creek,for.reelection August 7,1851. .story dwelling fcohsei fitted for twelve rooms,
. W'bdran" he had entertained a quarter oft sir yoa told oe to keep ofd my eve t"m as Commissioner. of Duval county.septll Dar SIr: This will infottt yott thai three nearly completed Alto' number' of eligible

c **t7 sip,about an angel, boa, that had aDd I did,till he got clean out a MAST VOTXXS.Qp of my children wire dangerously ill;with theDysentery building sites sad garden lots within a mile of

4 jWtiae* haunted his imagination. He had __ Olt Dilrthcua, o about six -. the Market house. unsurpassed by. any. in this
( : wsaderieg and down the earth'to find Focivz M*.--FOJ'KIyi-I'.ttpeDtant. Guilt MX. Borroa: Yott are .requested to an.Bounee I tried almost everything that I generally used vicinity.. v ;' ,' : .' -1- )

, ran,""aDd had just discovered it in the carries its own punbhmtnt with it, and they ALBERT G.PHILIPS, u a candidate lorCoIrrJDW. for,this disease,but all to no deaL Mend for farther particulars apply to .. **

. 1o*of the devoted fair one!' Of course the who truly repeat 'VewOw Jkd'oess.B? ... .Duval, County. ,, at the ensuing ufmine'recommended me to try your Medicine .JOSS.B LHE11 :e .
*1 7t-he Is represented by the Medina GtixcxTooar. merciful for then too may err aad need forgive. election.Cp t1&.r. t called INDIAN'' LOXECUST.' 1 procured Bud JaoksoaWlie, Sept 6,1931 '_*,tiV;', .

m M' h tniTrnt aDd wealthy believed Bess. (. 'i. am happy to say thai 1} BoUles otit ctrf. '

:word of the ledoaaradpopJ the quea. 1Bnno1nce ( Mxa,EDITOX t Please aaaosnoe.BLIAS G. ed all three of my Chi1d --hopinf yotir valf oUce :
tnsteittioa It. dailjfaort sad tDOre'dtt'I. cable Medicine,,become generally known, f J
III is
Carey,though yarn candidate for Commissioner of Du-
JAUDON as a date
-t conduct. that all that be afflicted with this'dii SIkONTJl8aft we. t preseatour?
It1ta. and theknofwattled on the l ly acknowledged >s.the true tale o so may '
& Tal Coat.at|he.next election. septlS -' vouchers; as administratrixaadadmialstratorof
be have certain and safe remedy .
fie ac1'I"-Uye.wm soon a
,; ease ,
a the falls 01tii maxim Lives may
ndptct, overlooking ;the estate of John&tud*.
Ratbtra truly .
< aobler priadale action_ 'Yours ,
1a.m. -
That superseded : r'i. JAMES LATDfEft. 1 ylate fif Alaohua county aad State of Florida, f

sTMa* was romance the The blue vault belowCnhead&d of 'Live and help UTS.; .MONTHS:AFTER DATE,,Twin'present ? Pilot Si. Johns Bar.. deed..to" "the.Hon. JoJge ,of-.Probate.>oXsaJd

., w f?' foaming catarac SIX aceouat Administrator of fte Estate ef 'foE.'Poinsett Esq. county,for a.tiaa1.e\Uemazatu4 at theism .
t negro clasping the load of The purest altar ef, lore.is the heart. of a John T. Broer. deeeased, to the Heoorable the time w|'shall apply to said court ,for leltersof F

lci young white woman midway bIE mother. Judge Probates for the County'of Ddtsl. and J CD01mLU'Ja .9th 1851 discharge from&s.wlainistratknof Bald E.- I.
.the iwo tlements A reveread ,white iik tiny sat trait I'settlement end iEowance of the' Dear'Sir:, Lhave used your Indian toxecuetn tate., All pen "ritMd are desired to.

t Waited the loving pair, and the A Cou f nue -Oae.Ttry wM,right s> Jolly ame sad also f r.dfaehsrge frees the MsiWta my family.and hare_found ft a very valuable lake.notice.\ ., ,,DICY 6TANDLY Adoi'x.k.8EBB :
EiJ gave Us official fifty dollars old fellow, who bid partaken'rslaer. freely of lion of said estate.THOMAS: remedy for DiarriKBa. I take great pleasure ON J.STAImLY Um 1

: .,- -A trip to Europe was in the dip at Ihe taverastarUd toe bo..I*his sleigh LEDWrrH.a Adm'r.THIS I ndto IU.&oUa.pGbUG., .-- .KewnansviUe.E-Fla.April 5,,1851. y. .4

411 ,at leas aaoumts. We hope they may ad oa his way .,vpatt 4.kftlgr the.side! &ptembet JO.WL. .Respectfully. -J. E.. .TOW1iSEND. ; .

J2 s"time of,; yet we cannot help.sug. of the roaoY ,Boae person, -f bf the gtBE: UP. !. Egbert. Poiniettj;.Esq., Notice.to C rcititors.xL : _
{ &*** sbooid the lady feel disposed ,to ay a abort,t1a.after. tcI l Bold 1 fellow .-; j jcxsQxviLLx- 'E., .Flal Miy 17.,185\. ":LL'PIBSONS atba'de cllapi :
: ,
toaids ,
C 9 a claims, of herb io dulaal uye,lsoldiaglla tees Grp 'Ii1lday'-DJ "i' ,Estate of BebeocaE.Eead late of Dual ;
t."aJa'1rIll,11I a P invisible 11'sr'1g08a1.ICSt Dear Sir: This may certify to yon that 1 had .
the same liberT the. aw 'iaetolstfaf to sow'tkuaderA + -A.a,; #,' .' '., .". 4. + a negro girl suffering under a severe attack,efDiarrhoea County, dcewiedae' hereby, aotiledto present ;
vhteh she manifested oa the occasion 'D ".Jo pU'_.tktwaai it'ss 'a. '" them'to the aadenigned within tweyeara I
'_._ ..pftOSJ ,aad,that the,tise ,of otit:bottle of
ii6ajost shell oat.(tW. h ndr ds,to cold e.!Ik& : from the dUe of this sell *OI'\M7.1YHt
A DTs L Q u ?" I.h ealled Jfidian LoxK st eff eethafycaredtier'iid ,
.:Bg billc lo this city -8oeih =. ?'IEOO I wonld take this method of regU forever barred by the statute la suea east made.

t. ", ., 'loafer bftt ti-iaN_,ec,il tit j'"', 'f'.8Jt'I'' 1 .-"r I as a vwy valuabla MedMino." and pronridedr "*_ .,*\?? *' "t.MALCOJI .

a JJ.a atThwsday otcell.L na Aver .,...-7TquestloaiWat :i.- ;asked the- t" "',Tourstruly, ,Jon BEd IiZY.F ., I .McOBBAI- >ALBANE,. -.
1Aert Part Katioaal ConveBtfoa OI"IY
f Adsish tftor. '
lie. .
r.'.,deers tHe os lgh.- t4w*.o M ** s"* :at.-A?skeMA,. M swreply. .trM t..S 1 :.IIJf.. ..O f.tn : 8r.xi'citdLltr. Justy ii-issI. : .I.. Stpt3il83l.. ,1'O'c'r ; :,3.s,* i .

'tWr deliberations the nomination ', ; J. l-'lI I 'Dear bur: This Is to certify that two Bottlesofyoat)4n .- -. *"r'f',-*
a.of X. President and Jfoi._ i \
Your .t" 'P eiai.flailed IS DUN LOXBCUST ; .
.,' ; Jt
.r W1IeoIaJIa for Vice Pr.ddat7lsyy ) 'Ii 1. A .. Ifertice.JIT .
y r- ; '
.alot t. !t, 1:49601 has pefnuneiJily.oared two of,oar B..MIL,ofasevefsIHarrhow. y
receded ehad.'eetwofro.1b.ladpetaoq :Tiebest .vliiaor 000,097"li 1Manbi. :MOUTHS after tt winSfesent -
I take my aoesflftat -
s.T.4lek 1st tbsar 111g $$ M URYH. ik
: s1 tbsT+eJ. AdaWeeraeer of fbe Estate of David
jroar :YaloabW M S' ; jj'.t.bm : :
"f' :" J *
1 : I .a the lil.rO hAI i Probates for -
.bait srt
tit safest teeae
...I ..' Eual eeua ft .!'askxeralsiil"s "I Hat"burl
ettrlie !
**i WsdsaA bed wnJedallhis pro- ..isadestllM apmaaL teas.aitse ,-.". dieter tMi.k.u-Jiaveheard. allowa oe of ilie.sssieusui ayr tU"i;from
e.aglesay stMlag to if.Wi .retry' ;.1Bea.-.lr r -iFJ- ti&N7 8Pr.teldttfttsetaegsMeetl .- V : 'Y08'II,,r :! 4. .she Adglolspa". eland-.a.t ; y. t
M 54 "fltP.
.de. l TT W.O.fcJ1f1TJ1r '
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co.II\will be made i';. c.: _.!."It .f IU" -. l u1'T-'a 'VALUABLEloomf: : of his profe tteJiwilTenabie: him tp affordestirtif .ot,.w.C, acjtos'J '. --.. J dIei'8onHe1itt

03TAH tl3verti ementsi'm itbe ptW for before in. ; !'f P 1 nDNDOB,',SALE413.4i n ii'negfflfciji. ..jh- .maycbhfide. .j\:7' ,,J.iR..NE. Y r.d.n, rL. 1 ,JY".rtTILI"attebd of the latest and m
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- \ oar terms tbe/cattisUe.iam KM J* t"TVJtiJi t*maj' ito be- _aceriamedand : \ ?;TJalls'i rom%1 thef the town'or country.; will ,"")' :'Eastern Circuit pthfc" United States -S OEETLMEZ'EH4TS V Rz4 V

; traniraittwi with the'adyenbement.-' J BOOKSELLER,; 1rco 143NdS4U&re.NeZIYOrk" .JItBLIBHER.1I be'mecwUh"! qnal oiDptltJ1de:. :' ? >: .., District Court1'at St;. gnstiner-the's >reDi* 5CLOTHGOOTS8ROCiii

t ,I.mo.1JoeCoJindrhen"n} t professionally and. Claims for and examine befor
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03"Adverdsftment nornutr\el with the number (r".t'i" ;' I rt ::Li LVFPHE -all : Conrt'at-Tallahassee\' prosecute :pnrc
engag dr-at his office on hi farmin ,the Western 'in of Florida: against the GOT- wherer D.MrCUJacksonTille
t repiiredsWilI"boititiued'Untilfo1bidt following Books will be cent by wall;free any
Ii insertion*,J..L .a T-ltT postage, to any part oft.heilnited.I StatSs suburb of the town., ># 14 A,1 ,.: .- V crnmtnt at Washington;either, before. Congress ,May 31 851., ?-
and charged for. { '. W .04fcQ3 on the receipt of the money for the:fame,j'which r..JacksouTi11&rAug.10Jl1, : 1i tt" br'at theVDepartmeflts.VS. 55 SVSVI74
Fjve. dollars wUlba, eharfiwl for alljuinounce-! maybe (owardedbjnailatthet9fth9.- __" "' ;
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I 'One aquare'f rStXMfttbst,' I $1000 i'he Sacred: Y,Mount.J>; 81 Ii Tir.r,Headley.1 ., '- 'l v ...It.. o'\1. ,:. May'li, I850r / ctf'OscarHartj j ''Sale; : ,

. ;_i toD'ebtor.'and Jite 't' /' ""1T Ll2mo.Vflha8tratd.. Full"clothjl i ;,gift FACTORS:AND! OOMMISSION MERCHANTS., V rWILLDISFOSE
Notice Cr z ,7\00 -V V
. .' ... "_ t. w edges, extra, $1.50. ; V'" No,J38ounafScjZaZZ9t.VC. V '::: V sale. n'PLANT4TJOfoj5tJohn's
., Letters Administration//- >5"00notices"
Application o Th -Sacre4 Mountains.' "DiRet.J. T.Headley. '
WM.:M.LAWTOX; -; : :WM. M. TAYLOR, 'L .fW' : ,flyer, at the nouthjbf if
Wiirbe inserte'"gratni
1crAtITe1igtoas 1' 18mcv; Without the plates: Sunday-school oBN.EX'-ft'
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t .. "; c t:) nt.n -) edition 50 cents,'"* -'. t.:1..'.* 3 .--.' +( R.AINwiIGlIT BAcor,4 TOSEPII T. DILL.SADDLERrANprHAENEMMAKEnt. creek,jsistepn 'miles'above,
;.i.&.:, ;:i Sacred;,Scenes nd''Chaiacters. By Rev. J. T. (, "S...pt... ,:18. ....1J' !r. 6vS (Office in. the 'court House, up stairs,) situation is known to be the most liufti

.,;! l1 a niutfble personal ommunLcaUsAw4U! V Jleadley. ,1 vol. 12mo.' .Illustrated. Full cloth, TTITILL practice the several Counties of. the river; and is remarkable for itiial

I 4.charged a advertisements*, ;' r i#.. gt..:,: "'i *,* lj"gilt. cclgcsi\l.SO.:'' ; II; '-"* >-" :, .J :. 'WmrD ''Smith; V V V the Eastern Circuit Florida, and attend hot a case'qf fever having occurred tii
: 33"ASlbillsTor job.Pnniipg'njtrstBe; 'paid on th'edeIvery Bacred Scenes4 and Characters'VBy': ,Rev, 'jf T. : to the collection of claims'against the TJ many'years..The dwelling ,is 1-i

of work. Ifcadley. 1 voL 18mo. Without the plafes.g.Cpchbol States for Services and for llorse's lost comfortable, apd calculated f.r tl, '
tne edition..<80 cts. /--.:"' ; t -. "* :* '* FLAf Military '
:. yj All communications mast be addressed*to History of the Persecutions and Battles of the Waldenses. JACKSONVILLE, ofotherpropertllostordestroyetl by troops in I dation of a large family. ,Thilandl'

the Editor postage paid. By Rev. J. T.,Headley,,O'.vot;: 18mo. (All orders thankfully received. and promptly at. said service., acres} is'of good quality,, nud weI1a4j,

r;, Illustrated. Full cloth. 50 cts.. ei_ __a &lo'f _. Aug. 23.-tf Also,claims for Pensions of disabled Soldiers, the cultivation cotton and corn,'aiiii! V

::1- : : ;; :. ii_ t.J -i; History of the WaIdcnses. By Rev.J.T. Headley. or the Widows and Orphans of deceascdSoldiers..Also fifty acres suited for.sugar cane. TaerJi
SEA4NDCOTTON: : GUVS.r 1 vol. 18mo. Sunday-f 1iool edition. 31 eta .American and Foreign Agency, claims for Bounty Land to officers' admirable site for a steam saw-nifl wm

Napoleon and his Distinguished Marshals.' By. Rev. I c 'CtTY OF''WASHINGTON V soldiers. and the Widows and Orphans of deed.orficersand outh of the creek, and it possesses tifsj*
,J.Headly. 1 voL 12mo. .Illustrated.
\ SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity .cloth, fl. .-V .. UN ffE5flV the direction AARON" IIAIGTIT soldiers.V V V tagc of being in the centre of/a iee&i
t THE 'inform the planters of,.Lone Staple Luther arid Cromwell. By.Rev. J. T.Headley. 1 of New York. and WORTHINGTON Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, country finely' wooded with yellow" "*

\t Cottons that he still,continues the manufacture ..vol.l2mo. niustrated. Full cloth, $1. GARRETSON SNETHENi of New Orleans examining Titles! and Itecords,anti assertain There is a flourishing..orange grort

of the latest improved ROLLER nORSE GINS, Rambles and Sketches"By Rev. J.Headly.. 3 Attorneys and Counsellors" "- of the,- SupremeCourtof. i ng claims to Lands.., V premises, which formerly produced taof
T L double and single at his, iZflalTatCfld'15, vol.12D o. 'Ulustrated/'Fullcloth; $1.V the United State: AU business entrusted to him will meet with a thousand dollars a year, and wiU'ido V
The PoweroCnea.uty :ByRev.J.T. Headley. 1 This establishment is formed for the following .
i ready to fill all orders at tho shortest notice. V prompt attention; And instruments of wri- so ngainjudgingTrom the present A
"'-' For the reputation of'the Gins) apply to the vol. ISmo. Illustrated.75 cents. Full cloth,50 cents;gilt objects. : (:' :t J ? tinc.will be executed by him with neatness and and .healthy appearance of the trio?:
edges; extra, .1.For'practicing law in the Supreme Court of
' Post Office t Mandarin is.
'I fol1owinAgentsorto. : .those;l'ho' ,.hive them Letters from the Backwoods and the Adirondack. the United States,.and conducting professional business despatch. V and the witLiaTwB i
in use; J By, Rev.- J. T.-Headley. 1 y.oL..12mo. Full before Congress. JaC3ksonville3Jan.25,1851.l tf steamers pass and repass the VhO*

tfet : AGENTS.' toth,'50 cts. ; V 2. For the prosecution and rocoVcry of"allclaims, their regular trips, to and from Sail .

. Biography the Sanout.andha Apostles; with a in'law or equity, against the United States before V Those wishing to purchase this properljii
j Vill ton &'Acosta, Cenlervillage,.Go. Portrait of each- engraved on steel. With an Congress or the Executive Departments, or against I V i J/McRobert Baker, call on, or address by letter, the subscribe!

z. Cnpt.B.R. By thewood,D Beaufort sC.; Essay on the Character of the Apostles: By Rev.' foreign .Governments,, before Boards of ommis TTOItNEY$ CO'UNSELLORJT.L IK, Jacksonville, E. ,
Scott& DeVeauz. Charleston S. C. ,J. T. Headley.; 1 volr 12mo. Fifteen Engra eioners.' VS- Florida.CIIARLES'DTE

Tison & Harris, Ocala, E. Florida. vings. "<1; gilt edges, extra,' $L50. V_ p V 3. Forth settlement accounts with the State, 5 JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. Jacksonville May 1 0. 1831.V *
Fernandez, Bisbee & Co, Jacksonville-,- E: F The Beauties of Rev.J.T. Headley. With his Life !| Treasury, War;Navy,'Post Office and Interior Do WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern i- i -i tft"**

:f. R R Dukes;Palatka, E. F. T ,' '* '1 voL ISmo., 4lliirM40 cents' ; gilt edges, partmcnt, and obtaining the remission of fines, Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle Circuit -
extra, 75 cents. .. ? penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged violations' PENSION ADBOVL TYL: !
. S.Hoyt & Co;Savannah,Ga. ,in Beriton. and Hillsboro'. counties the
lleroinesotSacred History. 'By Mrs: Steele. Tj.
s. L Niblack& Co F. the revenue, post'office, or other laws. Southern circuit.in the Supreme court at Tallahassee '
: Alligator
; lustrated;th splendid Engravings. 1 vx>1.12mo. 4. For securing letters patent.for inventions from OBTAINED for the ofHeen and tni'Ttrsc_ i
: Lart ngtr'& Harris,Elizabcthtown Lowndes' New, enlarged, and .revised. .edition. .91;"gilt the United Statcs'or'from foreign ""Government, ,and i in the United States District court 'war,or their*legal D! eme 0 V V
:. County, Ga. :edgeg'extra $1.50.VTheopneutyor \; S and :procuring land warrants and pensions under Florida; nnd will prosecute claims against the tivee. & 't%,yt* ,V

: .JIt.ALSO. the Plenary Inspiration of the Holy the various pension laws of the United States. United States before Congress and the Depart Pensions for life,for widows of soeli ofSem V '*
r r-, : .t'I\.I'. "":" j V I.'., ,,..1. -2 1:7,.i.t Scriptures. By ProC Oanssen, of 'Genava. I 5.,For collections generally embracing debht.i ments at; Washington soldiers i who marrired rreyjoas 1800 :' W
t'. xlroi'ox ej and 1iuhes1can.bc had of the Translatcdby Rev.E.N.Kirk. A new,.and en* States and V -
.. i legacies, and inheritances,, in the United Being located at .lacksont'elle for life he will
j t' subscriber, ;rates5''rPrrsons. \vanting larged edition...1 voL 12mo. 410 pages; $1. countries.V S 5
? foreign give his entire and unremitting attention to his :
: Gins or" Gins Shanty, tho Blacksmith: 'A' Tale of Other Times.ByMrs.V 181 J TO"N'FY' JL&lD ;
: repaired. please direct toE 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of profession i and all business, entrusted to his -. ,..,
,. Agent or to S.L BURNS, Sherwood. 1 voL. 18mo.i.Illustrated.to. the States or;Territories of the Union, and loaning care shall meet with prompt attention. For the surviving, or the widow'o-, U
St. 50eent& moneys on,mortgage of real estate lying therein.
Mary's Georgia.
: May 31 1851.. '6m, : Lily of the.Valley..Dy Mrs Sherwood. I vol. 18 7. For Investment of funds in United States and J. McROBERT BAKER. children deceased officers and prin j jwio
i 4 a -
mOo. 'DTijStra d. .5Qcts. V State stocks and loans collection of the dividends August.34 1S50. I served in the' r'
The Shorter chism'ot'the' Rev. Assembly thereon, and,'' nera11y. for- transaction of all *
[ i. t : JNQTIOEi Divines: With Proofs; thereof out of the..Scripturcs VI business.pertaining to It a Law, Loan,, and Banking Var of 2812, with Great BritniQt"
; ; in words'at length. ;Per 100, $3. J. McRobert Baker
,. VV 'I Agency. 5'V / ,. Mexican Dr'; or many of the 1.
ff communications' s" addressed,post paid,to" '
Extracts from.Opinions of the Press. Messrs.:Palmer1& Snethen,. American and Foreign ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., cHan \\'ar.since 1790.. ':

? ; THE SUBSCRIBER offera.for-sale, onrea.; SACKED SCENES 'AKrii'CnARACTERs- By '& >. Agency.City 'of Washington, will receive promptand NOTARY PUBLIC. Terms moderate, where the- "claim is ,stsLliL
termshis STEAM JF-Jtflii J. T. Ueadley.-Thia work may very properly be faithful attention. otherwise ho charge.TlieSubscrileris t"-ft'!
AND MACHINERY; at Garey'sFerry, Dural considered V a' companion to the "Sacred Mountains V PALMER & SNETHEN,V COfIISSrONF.RlJ'pojnJed WILe folloicing Slates i .lo appointed Agent in ike Uatti
county, Florida The Engine' is"20'horse ," by the same author. IU,object is to illustrate 'Office No. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol Hilll to take Testimony, Affidavits fa.Acknorcledgemeats V >rc<4umltifur the V

I poweri 10 inch cylender feet 'stroke, and 2 and "render more life-like" the Sacred Writ. Sept 6, .151. tf to be used therein: British Cnmmercinl Life'InsbraktCompany

boilers:124' feet loag, '36 it1 '.diam tt"r;' all incomplete ings., .It is not the anthor'e design to supersede the S Maine, Yirginia Vermont, Massachusetts,.

order, and ready for immediate use. Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain Masonry,' Bricklaying, Plaster- Connecticut,New York, Pennsylvania ,. .S
. It has also a 'rrimil1 attach 'Tho Engine and become intimately 'acquainted and perfectly S V ing, &c. Delaw&', : and North Carolina Established in 1820,SIM! empowered b.artW'PIi
. familiar with'its history, doctrines, and laws; menu for IIa.frsurance of Lives and the illdoM
and Machinery be BO Id separate,if desired. to know its truth;'to imbibe its.'J irit,'feel its pow- THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of S South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama nfcbildren.in London,New York or.\Vubii> tafttf
For terms apply to me 'at Palatka.ur' to :my u,and'partake,of its salvation; ma word;to prize; Ing the public that he is reauy to Mississippi, Texas. { '
V agent, J. B.Cole. cft. 'It' 'a ;4 In some mea,as it deserves,this treasure,which do Bricklaying, Masonry riastering,:Stucco Jnly,271S50. V V 'ly CAPITA co$3OOOOOO4i4Cnmmunimiinns'
'S ; 1V5:_ A. H. COLE. is indeed;beyond price. We predict for it circu'- Work&cn &0: willfurnish plans' and addressed to ;the 'lioitt

Talatka Fla.May-.1O,185t. 3 tf lati n fat beyond any of the author's former works.iTheliwriJan.JtJu drawings, when desired by persons for whom : V Washington,D,.C.will receive prompt tMeks/

:_. -. ,; (, he is enpg"d fo' execute woikrwith'qut; extra _; PMlip Fraser. ; S V 31THOUPSO4

!- Notice.I -SACKED SCESES AHD CIUIUCTEJt9-By Rev J. Charge.He'is well ''known1 'th'e?Citizens"ofJackzonville ATTORNEY, fy CO UNSELLORATLA. WJACKSONVILLEFLA. Attorney at Law,and Commissifvcr 9ft t*,;

THeadUyt author of Iho"SacredMountain," as"a competent mechanic;' and 'Deeds for North end South CartSA'
SIX MONTHS fer date, :we the txnder- &e.-This;workwill, add greatly to.the reputationof workhe has performed already for citizensof ,; .P. S.-Rfrer,ifneces sry,tn the Head rfDfj*
Bigned, Adm'nlstrators."o. .the :Estatc"6fMicajohDeen the:. t1ior,- In. literary merit it more than the place he refers to evidence WILL attend to any professional bines menu and,Members Congrcis eeuuaUl"gtnn .1
V late of Ooluinbia, county,-.deceased -* equals bis-"Sa.red MO ntains." Mr. Headley excels of'his, qualifications.as an additional< *;. nh' sted to him in the Courts of the Cit.y.Ncveinber,1ia0. :?
,.will present our acc unts and vouchers in his glowing style and vivid description "His Eastern Cirpult and the Supreme Courts at
to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said I works V are a rich treasury ,of all the sublimity of i: 'Casts iu rMoulds 'for ornamental plastering Tallahassee..' 'Jt hitslso' such an advantageous : : '

V county,to be discharged from the further ad- thought strength moving of expression tenderness, of which passion are,to,and be vigor-found also furnished.' JOHN IVEUS. connectionwith' an able Lawyer at"Washington STIMSONNew ,' :-&. 'Oo.S. ;;

< ministration said Estate; for which all perpersonsheire ''I in pus all.the languages s by which mortals declare. their ''; .-To Planters he would say he has much City! as will ensure a prompt and speedy -York, New-Orleans &M:

legatees, or persons interested minds.-SeeJJauy GlofJe,'Jan.5th.. ,' experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries, arid Cllcctionclaims as may' be placedin

. -arc hereby,requested to take notice. I 1RAMBL S'D SkuC --By v.J, T V"llead-, solicits work in that line, confident that he can his hands against the United States. : rSept. bile Express,. t

1. It1IOUAOflINTrr, hy. Wo have not for a long time sat down to a' give the'amplest satisfaction. Charges moilerate. .8t! ?18,19. iy V ."
V .WiLIL'ROUSSEAU- book'with1 more tp1easing anticipations, or found j. r, -S V BV EVERY SVTEAMSU. :.

. .J .:: ,I' 'Adicinistrators* tho fe anticipations more fully realized, than in the V Jacksonville, May .Sl, lSSl.. ,. iyAGENC / R. D Kondrick OFFICES $&
. Little River Aug.167.1S 1. ,6m perusal of the work before us-and wo know it -
. .i-: fv: <- will be hailed with gratification by the many admirers :0 ,- -. VV ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, No. 19 \Val1 Street,,'New.York'::. |

Pl atsV 't'. huMarthaW of/the talented author.f 'His. 'Napoel. n' ",d OF f z WILL practice in the several Courts of thc St. Chailes] Hotel Building N. J)
was perhaps as popular, and foundat I Dr. S. S. FITCH'SCELEBRATED.M : Circuit! and in ,
UNDERSIGNED; as the g -'or'IIon. leasts many:enthusiastic.readers'as any book \ and thc'Cohnticsof Mobile Agent, M. BQULLB&,
: THE.- !Yt'LEE often for sale"s -'.* : that can be mentioned. We think',th "Rambles! lft }F HillsOorough Beriton'of the Southern Cir. r- Every attention
f aid tie coltediflV
) ( V cuit of Floridn.ByVQctoberSth. V s ; _f ,to.
and. Skatchea'are efitined
i. JTw. ,Thousand, fiie Hundred and Fifty Acres ojt 1 as popular at Usey lam ntith dtsivif,>xts Jt.isufcess in the Dfcft No.c c. "
} j t L least as'&nY, of his previ u8Ji,,publis1ied)works; V 2 :' Tampa 1840._ -nov.17.. ', V, : V_:--1Jt1 A"
, LAND,,1. :. There is not a dull:Chapter in the work, filled'as itwith' v cure OJ, '' i .'!. ;..*..-J I
I I in fractions of 40, 80, or.160 acres; to belocated on "ajrinfinite-yariety.-: autb.or.lua ample Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh} Wm. S1YL! Timho NOTICE *s'S
-I *nyof the public lands in the StateorIoridasub- room and verge chough for the employments of his Asthma "" "
V .* ._ fine talents ?feffr DJeasesD1si ep" ZACTOR fr COMMISS i ***5J2
J ctto entry"at. the. Land Office. : : to-great advantageand succes-' ? IONMERCHANT, "t'\ E haveappointetiT. OIIoi.sznsour1 u*
V V : ; : "'JOSEPn1pf'UEG Avr_: hibes.ceornp1ishedthetaslci The \GonorrJiceaf .MesjJ I "
fully biograph Pemalc'Complaints p North J' Oral
I -' _. : Commercial Wharf v : .Agent and Attorney.'to t .
: ica1eetch'orh author is "
r Jaekeonymerune i1851 interesting and "well i" '
: _: I and all business in the &
: considered," and adds much .to the value'of the &c., &c. V Feb14.ly Charlestons. nameof Palmer Va
r ., -. To collcct and ie iv
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all tie fir
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t:: book, which is got up in a very neat and attractive : ALSO e.
J AdminIstr* tlo \Woticc] ? style by the J publisher. .'-See JPortlandiTraiucrivt., Dr. S.-S4Fitc' Supporters] Shoulder V V : Harmonic' Institute Palrner&' Ferris.by D n.d-Mo :S
H i .PERSONS interested )ncreby/noUfiedi; Dec! Ibth. ,, or otherwise, also for.DarioYFerrisqectt'**
;, i, .. & six.months fomVtho date lierpo.'L hall S.T. Ileadloy is one of the most:promising wrif -BraCtl;' In all 'Tubu'J..an, Ll-" Corner of'.St.-.JnU..a.Strtf'\ [ Market.Square, An persons having demands against;;

' t rreeent'my account inyjidmUiMnition'of estate ," ten? l this country,and we hay hero one,offhis tures" _on)>.c-tms m'P' n"' ll th .:' : ) 'SAV-JtNN.AlljGA., t l &Ferris or"Darius'FernV deceased;'>i

{ Judge Henry Prob&U Harfler 6f Dural deceased eotmty tnd'the HonorabW ask'for a beat books-opo.Ton" whicKhecan* safely rest his 'rt fJ1r r3jng Life, 1Jd. :_ F .ZOGDAUI &.CO., Importers"and Dealers sent the'same to O/HoTinesfor paynVall '

final settlement with the same and discharge from fetoo.; Jt possftsscstha unfatlguing. charms- of:pc C.J. t 'dlealt .to Olllz.l.lge.1.; ,.:m.jMpsiq and; MICL5INsTnu1rsof persons indebted tbralnier &:.enIs.1
sxlministratiori thereof.' fectiimphcity' "truth.- There:is"'a graceful -J every dC8mptu,wtlotesate and retaiL ri Fen-i, ?',are requested to'call on !
- my _-: \-' -? :>\i franknc8sr pervadmg'the ''composition which'en1gtgos -_ .:-.c U : c.c"{ TXrrxI-i -P-- :,Comjcte ; TVj
J VST l-fSSP11 HARTLEY, Adm'x. tloO'interestbft ; aC Bandsuurnisbclt imd.Th4cr5suleti. .rscttlementnnd. make pnyinent._ r'1t .' .
the-reader'bf hI "
at ;appointedAcientfor cw V ,
thJYntftn'thoAbo Jlric 5 "
V t Augusto, .,,. Jm, .! J.SARAll P:FERRI
: f.5r 1 :t -.r well as in tiiarsubjecti'iniiSainblei; Rom e Goods,and will keep themconstantiJftSftiaET '--ir. : j1I-;-McRORTV: lt ,' ,
Pftr,i!nd i London," e hibitedj a th uami' lively June 2J. :i ..'-., 5V .- VS AdmYL tD.FEuiis&jV3
NEW CJO it"ltTSTOngJ tfaUa.of alI.jngenlous} nataro/hpon which ly onhnucLaLmy..1)nug store the Town of _._' >__ Agent' cksoD\'me. :. ,"n'.1YID'LP IIf
: man of .
Fla.1 -'J' .1 -" ,. ..
< MODE. Agont'bfl4enel anew CLOTHING tasto -111 delight to linger.,t W.predict t for this a 1AmpTTampa; Day, -t V Jacksonifledn l' tto O'-t ..
.A2W D1OODS sroRE.bi ,lCD& sa1e oua1tq th t'or&Dy or.. fh, lLI11hor'. ?WThexonecioVi5 : &- "o1 b nc n-)) !' .Dr.L.D": ROGERS.. Bounty. I,and&General'Agency, VV._4' '_ ,..".< .< ''. .l 'tt --.'-. 'uU
it- one dOOLEa C Mri..r F aa''aDdnspcct- &8'1' .Yorrf] ic,.' : w -. \i'l VV }VA1fla1OND& ": 7i1'
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.V folly VC1C14OfacksOrWiI14andVthe oneof whloy oO; tnoilcd'toMhanwLUoon JLBcS.11 J rOSFPUT.,,1ALKERi Will cfvl i.t AdinlnisiraiorrVriotSIX ; -

;. eurrounduig conntrjrto como land,see for.Uxemtselves. ,tnd edofsome of Mr.Head. lVILLpur.chase nIl.the D AR8! OIL and pro't lpt'' d"cmci nt. MONTHS'AFTER. DATE V
-You will posUivelrbuV jour fcoods in this ley's most'brJlHant audhlh-finishcd' GREA13thatship ll V-C1til s' ttention!l Jb D UNTi ,
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compositions ra Vm resmt
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V new store cheaper thneyeryou did'fn,Jackson? oflhcltf.fpeciincng:Cr. his abilities by which,he t rM tot S&r nnafrY;,111'pfoi'theQiZ LARD CLAUts..J t9fi crs n s !4kj's' i g (rin ftecounfs'and'o'
th itofr1JddgVof
V FloTula IVar.oreUhcrof Probnt'Tor U lDm"bia'*
IODl'm.betoN.'nu..1"IODE.' : \
judged with tho & 01it the Illdi '
,.lUD. ';J8.n.t'-1. ..1/1' --; ;Jl' iIT j may u a 'f rt ,paint.erTand gretort thinkert-safety Nttc.'ork his fame Po ( Gr} se:1iftj "ctnlj Wlarlawhlch United SlatcsllaTe tecVcn Flondft.'for.'J fin,)'8ettlcniMir? iHHa tIlefcirgefrom
, V ,.- !' TriineIke.'ITtA1849.; r. .....1.'W.oB .' bo3Fureor fuSSW ( g aged, or the JVar with Great Britain oPiS1 ? the further'Admnistwli JEjtnte
,o. {' ', 1Jt: 5e.s v5Notice.. 1:1 -,. ; : h l 1{ o ki1ib tfC f Ta p&31tVX.jeCtthC1fl.V1Vama. .. d ( t audIo npy d's'cript fLiiinCiequirinuu, Archibald Hog**;;*lalfrbf fety.fdeceftseJAbfswWeh

.z .t itG.1 flJIOfldCOf; .' ; ttl 'Pri s nentoned free ot .t1q'i jh&Jjn.o tUji .; ir Ifttltlral j/t/fo -:. : .AgC'Dt'orAtterney nVas1ngt; ;t.FoIpocu &n ptrisdns foare'desired

T. he t.ttlt lrSei t ziVt 'i J" of partofthe with United States, em the receipt Of 'order l .,'c1. .RTIWaJ Wabl:5uau w. UUMPIIEVS: r' rlng1uuI warrnifls'bxhargc'will1o'5 Zlu : .-W ttf taifn U .q.ham .u..J.8J
money. MODelIJD&Y bosent DnYOGJSTa c-'JI.
) befCes.iwllIbetCi
p. the'Atlantic""Oult R4il"RoadJompnn1 rlkI".T.JT. 1 .r bymaDat'my OV:16t8:0. : ( pr rti (r"t t'h t 13: tHAN !
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*illbtela 4tiIfSt4igutIne JOHN s. ltbfttEeCjs .,;to' g kVVt

Court Bcthln't1ieCourt'Uouse.jnza fd"iJ1 the S H3 Naua'U-llrtet TORlishq.NeUl.Yorl:. To P 8tJl1 ifer P. s11 j fice r..f'Jlewilt, als "ncri. 'eeti itbl.A;e {; r (.A1fjatoi'Ple t-SV1a*! -V.: M b,iI'\t 1B3lLir: .. s.ie, .-
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4tv tD trnfAMt- 4ar i .r" 1 ( V -5 lkn: In 'D"iSr.116*meeTOd.and undertook exten. bo p ost-paiaX) wm receiVd nimHiaterS 7 J.'h

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\ t"'f #* *i\'Co nf*" ;}5 lA ESS dtsfl apTy'tuVtbfl7udgeofI'ate fletb C fe lbeA Af 1D II .Wimthat .'r .;._ _ UQ.Vu4geofiobteof Duith. _
w/jon 01 Pirweoun tt -v Scha final
discharge from the
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"ft' < vI Ur 1 '
VVVVVrie4rfeb ag,_".IS"J.,', *\ .." tt A| \rMt T"Tf M&th.W1U1II11pI21ate rgjs JWni tRe]AdralnTglfatfon' .&' *IBstafc*B? cAb.6curedg.t yupe4ior1any amh lri ,raiibrb oth nover eJef1 1d .b1i 11 ft' al J. r&'D..1 r" Estate of Soomon..Hungbajn.Lit.aL

,Notice., deceued. ofiasdbjjt0 Duval, any are sent out in .tAefectIve or unsatimac. A tJ C.'f.lJ PJ.-t .t. : .collntr. tDJar d ..t..uJ.4. ..aV
V : n't. V ALBE41 PplLIPS; tOI'J.d t.euh _'t" 4t1d.nB..B
V V SIX)10NTB8. after 'datvi1fp4iVsnt. to ,4 Augaat. r -.,..r-r I.'..,_.."m.. .r.", V!1cutcr.. ou;'pbg ;wJi t.tii .t.o. Aqpee p,'WITU with. 1tt '> lrtJ4CKSOqYILLE E.F.nSAL1:8 :: t1L!!' !J !
of Probate CIUKGE rOIL1i '.
Judge -for Co- 8z; 7i5polis; many part tt e'C hf'1.tt ar J '
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Administrat ron&no Estate ofeuzcLffjnc.. t ,o N:MWaa.v 1d 1roDtBrUI 1 21ld.VV W ri ie,.AUi- or.r rcspeetullysollcite&j 1 _.u" AA !!, INouce'tzt: V '
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Jdjfart.wiid ildf l1"brtl1td\s prices 4"1' V ] ofthe Bill WOODU-r it ord6re l' liflqrtilc1hefVfg amount .c:2Vct es4..a t b'.a".ffV'aj5ffrr lti11Si! .p, : 1i7 V 1'drs nfiltetA .Ii
i' '*4" 1fJ J1 SSEtJGXltb1 2 6 ._ d.a wood ezD611aT4 'tur..ta. 'Rel t f lJ hiire tDhii1a "
JttT. .9 ( 'MOONEY 11Bg.111IJ1)i.1faQ&frdttlofi 1IIi'1ii Z4 l"JUOST".l\11"gf\I. $ .
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