The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: May 28, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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1&n.rnitted marked'fth tb. numbeiT cleric ofaid o .lhpr* W11* I1U'.. in whh .
*" nf chief TheUO1tcI :
f ,, fat continued until forbid TEMPLE the '
dollars nd FOLQMON
jniertC'fl' qIn4 .rhlrd the sum of one hundred to one Sesionp.nGwa' for the ike

chsrfCd '' will be charged for all announceI of the salaries Vfa'tBouiand dollars the 1i2th. oftwo. P'TP!?". V 'if th. >cretary 'A.lTbVor' cplnioii :.r rnagnifi.' 'You can nevetiu/J. 1

to? othce. hundred dollars. that theibliciihieret;will' be1>eiter? ubervedWf exceeded- ofOrie r p.in r "

Sii Months,. t i SlO 00 S5. And be.it .further eCfd1! That in aidof Jf heiu; aajhoritftl to dMpaich ai vessel. "rgr Mrt5j: ? iivil ittcithiargewhite indiffrento the '
possessed by the I department ojf ,the service nfpreiilrdaVpubfic-ii.inj import, andegirdeu
DcbW$ tnd Credit r., t i 10 00 the means now upon
Letters Administration 500not"lcei Indian affairs ibrongFits existing jrirjanitation, *'Ap'prbVeVf March'frfrttWlffo L ,' marblo stones) ,hewn of: the bower,inf,words,, JLrn a qua1R1 .

j'Ali r.11gaU$ will be inseited gtui there be. and hereby is, uppropriaird the sum of ut in a m6it toW o tedwuipersons wboae -' 'I
five thou-.nd dollar, lo enable ibe;said depart* (RoLu1oIPI1c__ 7' artfully joinedtojethez' that theyde.teivediheey4 '

; :AjI.dmasab1e personae communicat.ioni will mem, :nnder theditvction of.the: Secretnry orAVar A JOINT RESCLU11ONFreJajqv toI the pre.1paratiou. Jooked Jike'brie entire correction and : ,
irrti a4vertirnenti. such stoti tics and,materials as nd1pres'etuiiion wb hav ttely1t
the to collect and digest ) ,of.medals to certain Its* '
JT AlkiU| Tor,Job Printing must be paid on may illnstraie Ihe history: th* present corilition; French. British, Bnd FanisKoffi rV. '
UTAH urfrrnf communications the work. most be addressed tn and fiiiure pnispecU of the Indian tribe. of-the o Resolved) by the Senme nd;Home of Representatives doors flord c litfg8,' werc madootoedaf through'lhis habit 'rf overstrained tn
HLZULItD. ,.ttqgspi4 United Stairs.Sec. of the Unii/-d Si ted ofAtntkainCnngren wwd OliVetree and planks.
? fJEfant speech.
They. .do HptJr '
G 6. Ami.be \h\ farther enacted, That for tLepurchase aMemMed. That'the r.i'briI1jnii.a; ; Stifes FS.COYeeda11 ovCTATith ; -
--- plates ofGpld hut
,tbey have dialect
of for the L.innancheanrtoinerIndians' iherrby horzci of
BIT AUTHOBITir.f present s ant Hreque8ifdjoc8U8er; uitabe .
of Texas and the soiithweslern praties, | goH. and sjKer rndels to., be prepaired and 'f5!? Faledwith woikt"pf' Mripntt'aort*. tirpwn* -injwhich'words wear an en ,

the Dulled $taEe$ P*Rai 11 the prnmifpd them in eighteen hundred [rid .forty six, presented to the nffirei w nd'merVbehihgipgori'tTarhed : .a5laed'withf most precious jewels tireV difiefent sense from that jlen

L's'ad eui f t e TetyaNitb.IjSe and for the same of jert'ihe present yea/, the Bum to.the French, Britiih, and .Spanish ships-' 9f'rnafly:;e'oloi'dijdijna: "ru aiiing"orderj to'them'in tntf daily. intereourse.bCdis. .

$ of twenty thousand dollar, be, and, the sajpe is ol-war in the harbor 7eniCrut, who so gallant' the 'nails "which fastened thiae '

hereby, appropriateL.out of any money in'the ly, and at iheimmineti ierir-of iheif Irves;aided in plate 1 174l e withhtf tds4orciari. Ja thw
,.Pp&uc-No.1 44.1 Treasury not otlieVwiie appropriated Provided, rescuing from ftWategaenn' ofib.bificti.ard : 'connexion, h wthaft aynotje ,. '- *:
mend in act fwiitM "An act to amend Tina.. motta 1)tth1fM&Rtvb0t; : excecding hi -., mis wurkmausTJj roof was dolmade. ,amiss tcnijtit a class (
w( I Act art to to capy into rflrrt in the States of Almagtnri half, as may be. found neceniiry on a.proper.ettftfi Approved'Msnib7,1847" '. -' '. iY&d-o' ? $ '- ,

An ment i'ftht'nccoutit of Messrs.' Terry and brothers, '. j
( Alisisippt the exiting compacts a gloripussighVanrl when' sertencesSUCbaaJmuTee.TIj. .,- --' -----
with thoie States with regard to the five per be paid to them for presents which they advanreid (R ESOLVTICW-Pnhlic-No.| 8.] the un sli thereon, I it1 irflected such ifaab bot-Iafl1go'ow!
fund and the school reservation' in theyeai eighteen hundred and forty CIK,the/War JOINT RESOLUTION; 'to prohibii the sale at '
cent. eneted by Hn* Senate hnd House of Reptiu Department not liavitif the amhority to'furnUh private entry! of iertain' lands in Cincinnatti, a brightness dazzled'the eye of all Did' you ever 1 --Well I VnevEr-j d -

Belt e* 01 f Ins United States of America in them. Ohio 'I. '' ":' who beheld it.. The court in which the lie like. All these forms ofspeech diV '

-.r mi rnbl. d. That the provisions of "AnJIMrrw SEC. 7. And be it further enacted,..That-for Beit resolved! ) by fie Senate and House of Rerresentntive Temple stood and those without it were figure conversation, weaken the force of -

act entitled 'An act tn intohState Compensation of a special egent'and two inter of the Uniierl of ,
* Itdam ipnd in carry pie. Stnte* America in built on Jillvsides 'vhhitat buildings, the assertions statements with which ''
I ? uf Alnhama and Mis iotippi the lets for one year, to enable the War Department Cohgretfl a *embli Hi'That the Secretary the ; :

(I.ct 1ting fompsr-tf with ihStnie* with rog rd to keep up such a communication with the said Treasury be-and he {hereby,directed to report to and cloisters; and' the; gates entering; they are connected and give, imfavpr- ,. : 4

hi' r' C4lIt. funil *iiil tli ehooI reservntnnmved Indian as may be nTeseary toward* the preservation the next sesiion of Ongresa nil the facts in relation therein were very beautiful and sumptuous. impressionsas to the good bree'diogof -

4i so liiini:" if- February twenty six. eighteen of a eood understanding with them, and to'the title t.itheinuoId) part ,,if any there be, .' The vessels consecrated 'to the the.person"jha't uses tnehi. '.

b ,jvind, | forty five. l he, and tlw amp nn hi-re. securing peace on the frontier, the sum of three _of the reservetf fracttnal section number eleven, perpetual use of the Temple re not '

I fgll-nilM *" ** enbIithe St8t4-of .ini>niiinIrtCii' thousand six hundred and fifty dollars be, nnd i lie of fractional Yowhshii "number fouri"; .f fractional less noble than the.Pile itself. ''Lowmeto.toat yer Bgr SJba.._.The'. '

L s quantity of land in any fifth* States orT same is hereby, appropriated out of any money in range number one, | J. C. SymmeY Purchase, : Josephus Baltimore Western Continent.tells tliebllowing
F)rriinri 1 rqlal tie lit" quantity now due lo the the Treasury noi otherwise appropriated, and that State of Ohio, togptbewith the opinion of the Attorney counts one Hundred and twenty thousand '( good '

hihiinnt* in the township* within the Cliirkannwiiinn the siirnof thousand dollar ,be, and theamei Genera) 'thentn, and that he upend all of them which were'made'of gold, one, combining gallant*

within iisj4 l SfHie. : IVoviiled. That they i hereby, appiopriated to carry into efiect"the further proceeding, i relation thereto, limit the and one million three hundred and forty' ry and greenness:- t '.

.bptl l*nve] iitijet lo thfl restriction and limitB(0f treaty with the Comanche and other tribes of In- .end. of the next se* io ifCongresii; thousand of silver thousand Some'two. weeks since, a young gentlemen ,
title of which hn been cited di.ne. ten vestments -
(he act the buN W<: DAVIS, from one of the Southern State .
fir si the *m "IHy b npji1icabl.hjpru'deJ Sec. 8. And be it further enacted That the Speaker of the )nu e of Representatives.t. of silk and purple girdles for, the came to '
s endeavor
Mrcli3..l847. sum of six thousand dollars be, and the nmei M. DALLAS, Priests, and two millions of purple vest Washington, to to

hereby appropriated out of any money in'the Vice President
tl'vB1c-N.: 45.JAn treasury not (.tlIerwi4enppropriste(1.nnd placed at i President of! the Sen nte. wise two hundred thousand regiments about' being raised,for Mexi

Art to sulh"riz'* the con iituted auihmitics of the discretion of the President tn defray t.he expense Approved March 3,1847'' trumpets, co. It was his first'trip' to-'theNorth ,

ihe city 'f Dnbuij'ie, in the SiHte nf Iowa, ii of the commission now sitting under the J. K. POLK. and forty thousand other musical instruments and 'having travelled ,
between the United States and the Cherokee straight through :
niter certain i hmds between the landings ol treaty made use of in praising God.

.*iI ray and tli' mimi cliinnel of the Musi**! ,. Indians of eighteen hundred and thirty five 'end Our forces have'ci'ijtiired" 'more! than five hundred By Vihlip ndtis's, computation of the from Atalanta Washington, .without

pirivIr. six. piere of heavy Ironzn ordnance in Mexico, number of'talents l of gold silver and stopping on.the road, he had better bp3ortunhy f

Bfiteniirted by the Senate and Hmneof Rep- Approved March 3, 1847. of which four hundred vera in the town and castle feeling than *enng the. effect '
bias laid
the the
fefltetL14 of the United States of Ameiira in of Vera Crut. out upon Temple, produced by the '
{ nfiYiMMemMi'il! That the constituted author!. : PCBL1C-NO. 47.] sum amounts to six thousand nine hun change of climate.

liwuf ihffitt of D buquc, in the Stale .f IOWH.JH An Act giving ihe consent of Congress to an act Power* ihe celebniteJ sculptor, i* now engaged dred and forty four millions eight hundred 9n the day afterhis arrival he was introduced tI

-, vnd ib'*y are hereby, iintIutizi'i1. to enter the of the General semhlyof-Virgtnia authorizing on a statue >if Mr. Cahoun, which he,expects to and thousand and five by the member from hisdiIrict'toeeveralyoung,1adjewjtbona, -,
the levof toll iho James river. in shies-oure.fa twenty two
on complete year1.
i l8iiJiiin the Mia-iei1'i i i| j i river, npp..it.> ihe aid :
le it enacted the and House of Representation hundred pounds'sterling and the'j'ew-
by Senate -
niv, which are lrncii< ii* ixilbio sertion* tnniMeonaa An officer in the Incian, army is said to have of whom it fell tp.his lot to wilt froja
of ihe. Ui.it d States America in '
luwnnliip eighty Congre assembled, That the of Corigre'nsbe c'apitol. '
anti in secticn I five, ronnent and
ihris'sail, weniy township produce a aperies of white gunpowder. according to GapelV reduction of '
and the name i is hereby, given tuna net parsed The' lady waV with
right) einpinnth, range two .at,i the minimum the provided a ponderous
talents contained in the gold and,
nice of i h" public laud; ProvMed, Snid entries by the General assembly of jie State of Virginia, The exports of flour, meal and grain, reduced :mufT now so'fashionabfe an article '
h*within sit muntb from the on the fifth day of March, eighteen hundred and) silver vessels in the use of the temple,
hnltie| mit< passage.4lf tn grain, from the Unites' Stair from 1st Septem- of dress at the North. Our hero. r M
forty 4k, etiiitled "An act to incorporate a company the of the '
sum gold'onel amounts to
tlli HCt.Approved tier to 24th! April, exceed twenty million of msiying
Much 3. 1247. to remove the bar*'in James river between els. five hundred and forty five millions and ,was in' a dilemma-what vto,,call) ,it,, or : '

the city of Richmond and) Bermuda Hundred,''and for what purpose.it was uied, he'.did ,
that; the conferred the naid In and in Silevin, the two hundred and ninety six thousand, '
biuhofhy as hy act on Germany particulnrly not know. But
[PiiBuc- No. 46 ] one thing he did kno w ,
the company thereby neated, 10 demand and re* crop bear appearance sn promising, that the and three hundred pounds and, four ,,
An Act la uraeinl *n u-t | -il.An art to and that that it was
provi.lf cejteihe toll! therein markets of the soled the was any thing?: but
specified on 'e.i.rlsnaiga- countiv already begin shillings sterling and the silver ware
fur lit-* obiteruiiiZiiiion of the dij'urt.tut'i.t '
ting the. mid river "on condition only that the efi.ctsby a sensible reduction in prices. / four thousand and polite for a gentleman allow mkdy.tobearjiuch '
ut t Li'lwn; nSVirs, and nil net entitled to thirtyjnUlions two
name water from Rorheli' landing at the city ol '
"An HSI tu iiHilf mil] iuurr'iiir with Buena hundred and thousand a buitheneicrjijtinized .
r.gIifr Vjma i* the site where 12.000 Spanish forty four pound,
Richmond to Bermuda Hundred, in the ofCtiemirneld
county with much uneasiness for ..
Hi'* lii'tuuiritM'ii, mi'l in Hfs rvi mi ih** regulars 18.000 rancberoi some tinfebe -
| peart by venbel l* drawing eleven feet and were cut lo pieces by and besides these, thVre werev charges
fmuiier* i iiuffivl June ibnli>Mt eighteen! in the could not divi what it
) with for contained
war Spain Mexican independence'
i is hei ,
un half foot water/ be, and the ama by. for the other materials and of forty
liuinliidiiuJ liiui, and! for otber It i is ) for ,
iQinj' put poses. sanctioned and confirmed : Provided however. distinjuiohi'd.in Mexican history one but fie was perfectly familiar the '
lie.piin-irj; bjr tiie SfiiHie mid ljou'e of Kep.rewmarivet of the Moodiest tint ties) that were fought during the thousand men per month in Lebanon, to '
and this is that condition, "kiver and unaWe!
a' *eiit given on express longer restrain
uT tbi* Uiiiteii Site wl Aoiertca in revolution of 1823 and 1824. hew down timber, seventy thousand to :
tint fjongren ft time hereafter, repeal '
may any iiis
gallantry extended
CungrHi* enibli'4, Hint the limits of each sujHriiiieniincjrf burthens, thousand hew his hands..
or modify iho provuton ol thi* act. carry eighty to
| auJ suli-ii nliall be An i is rash :
to a
agenry eucy attempt poison yourself ,
AFPWYED March 3, 1847. stones and three thousand three hun
* dred who alt
overseers employed
trIbe4urgetIpapwcnl b-HJinliirji'; and the superjaifiiili'iit i:RESOLUrIsx-I'uBuc-No. 3] showery day is damp, but the refusal were skin for you!" '. .
*. a{<*ut<. ami "liuiit4 .iIinll} be fur- for seven whom besides their-wages
nhihMl withiiifitvs fur ilje iiun:tion if the public A RESOLUTION to refund innnoy o the.State* of a young lady is a damper. and diet years Solomon, free "THank you, sir-don't. trouble your ij "
Mhich liHve niijipiied volunteer and. furniithed gave as a "
liuinin, auJ the Hill iiub-a with self Miss Julia
u cuts i'iitA replied
them lrain>portuljon during the present war before gift six millions seven hundred and very
km** for tai'irrepi4-iiii.4 at lbe -*pi'ii4i S.f$III'Uiii..j : Jl Deep Interest in the Earth.. -A: red. e 1.T. .
muttered and received into the
being service I
Sielis.; itijil, nh b. u.o n&.4 ih 1itIiiiaii. mason of the difficulties of thirty three thousand nine hundred and
bo of tln Uniird Slate speaking C0h, 'taint no, trouble in,,the last! .4
l ,
|frmme< l-i uu .ltti- mu-.li $pmiioiK of laud N5.thIlPIe.hksItor RHilevd hv lie! Senate and House of RepreKenutivej making a cellar rather deeper than it is seventy seven pounds. The treasure replied hero '
of War deerp our, insisting onjeliefing
may JMI of of America Congrc left by David towards carrying on this
) iho I'niied StHle* usual have them answered "
was by her of her burthen. T'
pr.MCC.2. Ai eiiilied| fhat the Secretary of War he, work is reckoned to j
., Ami t be it furth-r enanled. That ..heJwtutiniti the owner of the properly, that he could by Villalpandus, Th girl at last consented
and) he i i. Hereby, authorized and required to cause millions merry ra
hundred four
be nine and
Stfctmn ufilje 'nct 10 regulate irnd mid have it he for he forty ,
tu be refunded tu the several Slates, or to individual as deep as. pleased, tber than enter into so embarrassing'anexplanation -
imwcourw ftiili thrt luilmn trilM*, nod to preset ve four hundred and sixteen thousand, two
f. service rendered under the author- owned all the
r through. '
acting and
rice oil lie fruntieri. approvd June tliinieth.bvadivdiiiidlbiriy way ; taking the m under .
and which ifwe
it) of any States, be amount .ifexpei..ea incuredby seven pounds, '
.ightevi lour, he. and ilicfameininleil onearm our hero offered e.othe ta'
; s'
I, them in oigHnizjnp, sutuUiing, mid transporting Jlnalized. add Solomon's annual revenue, his "
beieby -Poetry
.ti* that, in uddition to the fine says hisfair companiouwith whom he I
volunteer their mustered mari
therrby njiiMeil, any | emun who isli:ill sell, exchinje and received into previous the service to of the being United State somebody, is the flower of literature; trading to Ophir for gold, and the-presents chsd boldly along'the Avenue, tothat '

urbaitcr, gi e, liiprorwinetoHo for ihe present war,and for >ub isting troop* in the prose corn, potatoes, ; capitol, to the no small \ ndinneiofth

f *no hill) intrinditv Indian, in the Indian introduce country,, e.rvice of the United States, without waiting' for satire isthe aquafortis; wit is the spice mentioned 1 K. 10, 24, 25, we are not; to, passing crowd. cIt *. '
to -
attempt deductions to be made from the of said vol wonder his able to on
pay and love" letters the at being carry
IDJ iiaiuuk{ liquor or win*into the Indian country, unteers. pepper; are honey cp > i*needless to add that,he soondis,
ito-ptiucb ii > )li be for the and and ) letters the expensive a work, nor can we 'witbouTimpiety '
| | (U may necessary Approved March 3, 1847.LREsOLUTJ0SI'unLIcNo.. *sugar; dunning are coveredbis mistake, or' that 'he Jja*:' -
BfficTr* "f b* United States and ibe tn of the its surpassing all other '
op emetics letters containing remittances ,question
service, UIHI.T the ditvcion of Ihe War .t'tfMcbperiioii ; from that hour held all lidics mufis in
from IChron.
( 4.J] structures since'wejearn, # '' '
dumplings.Mrs. : ;
'"" convict ion hereof, before the are apple utter abborrence.| & >
on I A RESOLUTIONS* lighting with the Cap) 24 that it .'builtj>yJhe. dircction _
F l*r
&be Irn'rcg.e b *u''Jt' >cl imprisonment (for a tol Renolved and Capitol tfy the grounds Senate and House of Represen- Victoiin draws a pound sterling ,of H eaven._ a:. per.,, Gen.Urrea qTeanessear.-FheMem- ,

find lgIsnQt IiI4PcCtIiilg two year, and in ihe latltr lives of the United State*of America in Congress from John Bull,, with every breath that phis: Enquirer, gays, .we have heard a -

),, th:0,1 rverdiiig wcordiiij un.y.r.lo Ihe* nlmU exteni be nnd prescribed critnin- Kr.i'inhjed. That the Scretarv of the Senate and she; draws'through L her rosy lips. DEFECTS IN CONVERSATION. singular story to the effect that the re '

ility i At ihw Clerk of the House III| Repiesentntive, be au We, commend the following .sensible
the offence. And in all prosecuiions ariUJ nv Meiicah chief who has recenUJyso"faV
thorized and directed to contract with -James Gen. Worth- known by the
tua.fr cognomen from '.address ;delivered,
this section, and under the twentieih extract' :an ouru'Geni is '
section uf Cruichelt! for lighting up the-) Capitol and she Cap, **The' Plume." It isa Taylor amative i
the of
trade nnd Tm Waving ;; Female High -
act to !rcoui etbelnditn the
regulate Newbury port
s ith huh r.iunda, with the solar gaslight; : Provided! of Tennessee I, It is said that, his teal:
tribes, and tu preserve- peace MHtipii pretty title, graceful and spirit d. School iu December lat; byUe'RevYA'.T'.Peabody'to1 -
ih. 1 hat such contract can'be made upon term deem n iaigIfryand1tbat hewas, bornandpraised"
Juae thiitieth eighteen -
hU4fIIj ed reasonable by the said Secretbty and Clerk, and th'e:Careful purdsal of. '
and thirty four, to which this i.uu umeodnt The Water-Cure Establishment! of to, near, manhood, in": Mi indiitu that a sum not exceeding seventeen thousand five readers"both and old. & '
: ,
shill be witneMes. young + % Ie.-Sniii .
'Tiei Smithi'd4iit7
cuaipetmit .was" visitedduring r' -w
SLC. 3 hundred dollars be and the same is hersbyaj.pro. Priessnitz Grofenberg, .
Anib '
it further enacted Tlwt the l akin offence* against good '
tor ,
fl'siih tnto'eSVief Nearly think; Hewas a i1di evimayrcart j
'*ctlollof priated, to cariy.the.said contract the lust' yeatby i,922patients.? we
for the,bet- '
"act ta provide aaoth unasteful practice
is ;
Let prkjZ4tIWIlIf Approved March 3., i847TRLS0LUTIOsPuBtIcNo.. 'Aue. grammar BOrr of' fellow 'and- about
the dep8iirneniMf Indian f- *! Of these, 555 were Germans, (246 ,
$ 0* 1 into..whichyou. are probably more jq, ?
; ihirijeioiehte Mi hundred irians,236Prusmni75 Hambufghers ) k < twenty ot twentyfive yeirsiincJBstray? .

1l.SIiIiI*meud four, be, &flj] the| same is hen-by. so 5.] .Russians andjPpesyi7! .jEnglwh, danger of falling, arid which! is a ;crying I'ed:off from the:paternal,roof, and.iarentto .
d to l r"v''Je thai iU annuities or' A RESOLUTION concerning (j ha purchase of ad.ditiua.Llan4.or ariiong'owg iadiesmean;
? The
I 15.7g. cud theuse ol the United-Staii .65 HuugaHaris 26vjDanes 2iA1rnerieans ( story isisOifaxjjproba
: men ,
*" tipulatd by
P'4u ( and ? iihe iZsir fforme' exaggerated /extravagant; ble .this that it,is'known some ofbiir
urujtj t4Eny IIIIIIILU tribe. shall. lit she armories nt H arper's Kerry Sprugfield, : ) and,63, inhabitants of pther, for ;- ,'- .to
etkbq ,f or Secretary of %War Retolmi by'the Senate'and"' House( Representatives countries. 'rherewere also prea'eistU.pbrcans 'of/speecli sa ing' 1lcndi4 citwe'ps'ihat !there was; one,of the

JIw.lIrl ot hiii JIIiI chief of the United Slated America in Con.gress '-' *.'. J.Pf(411 uvel to ittit lit ibfuch as tie.iits pretty, yoanff V'rjii ,,
*' tt..y I kahl amit Assembled That the -assent i4'jCpiixress b* .
de T divided
.jttte. >e did/aboDtVthe timfr mentioned
psuli1Ipr fir heads of familiet and oilier jndirticijiaw and i* herebygiven to the purchase of rtdditipnal and,part cof..them,.ai; tnaenta of ;the 4ptsz Lroc mpzad4 tor \ gotaMexico '
klu1l.rujUs.t1 to with the !lands for, Situ ui.eoih.Unted Staiea'rthonie.et Ce. mense forjarge, from whence he' has sever
Uierein, ur :
Iiruf 5e tribe' be eiplie.lw such, purposes$4 HarperV Ferry iizi'J Springfield, an'dio the pp'licniiun -' any riumbe'r: more tb.ri'tVO 'Were:1t re uirned, Jt; may Jbe long residence

Ciii PruujdIe tbehi.iajiip.* s&n1 1trnsj.s.1 j y :of for that purpe of su much of the sums a ppmpriated *Mptherdon'typu wish' youfilad the1; writedownfor on? slay, thp cohversatibn there' has raised ,him to ,higli rank ia .

theernhtr4 hIh b iber.o wider ,;tt rejnlmi..ns a* fur repair*, improvements- !new -tree* .oF vil'iny6lirrtr 5""', t,;>' av' 'I-f 4' *>of somCyOUPgF ladies:of my. acquaiiitance the arm r and that he is in tr uthldenti* r rrf;
prenjj the fW machinery;,a;, Hsrpes' Ferry,and,SprMgfield ar ., .. Uter '
5y Secretary .rf.noiifig 4 $ %S and tp.inWnretjj ;
JIbi44,01 moiie approved'August eig t'eighteen 'Why ios saTpf2nt what dou & calwith :thVpfficer'teferredtof* The
with ? Awl by jhe act you :
!4flue anpuith.s OF ffliith treaty%:*; ..r SU1IMILiufl1.; U, haU t'4.orditrIbuted bundled'and' forty csiX, as -esiimfties1 u.bowto ;:mean; ,?, ," .,,. It.p uvot ally:j wo lct impy) iiatwitbin'be co : 'changeof. nanie would be*hihitO'd1hb" :i '
have been intended for Uw purchase of:lands and & 4i P .i" I hV foukt&'hOUri, they .- --.i* : vtiThn .
rite nasof pr. j8/no '
w Uw Iwdians' i thVy are s.money'e ihe roptof.alEeviliif |
*. *., .. f9' -% f '
buildings ; : .K l' l marvellous adpn1wes
nce of Ufly4Iii1Cript$4ffiO' intoKica- & u' '
$Ilgl5uoe.'flor we had the tree coul atwegotalithe Oryf of this State rey wrbelievei; a 4 i
while there nr* giki4 and sufficientor 4Appruved.Marct3.15T. C *' ; .. ; beadt eseaps1 had j* yJrqsf -
j '
biilyrespecta'ble family. '-
'J.'r tii'i lLlthicoirg *, wlinw.duty itn IcclP .. ,
agem rrencesjancliseen 'ZT' ,
kf such,payment'iirT Jiirttiutf.Mi; for r RLsoL i4blNn. C:) ; 'Dodyou. youpeslcyvarment'you, re passed through more ejcpe rf.f .

'1iatt4re l4 Mly 'I' C''*'"' intiiileatingcwaventent AltFSflLU noN i th rszlng thvijiI.ihientof gettingtOO hD) .t smar'enlqeiytbat- what T :mpe imposing !pectleha4durc&krnoreJgbLap4J. % ty <&KiOldYyiver '

reach of the IUJIId.1WIr .I he.Uihr.1 Slates hips 1aPJt.AhiflhIlQ4JamfaS. 1 < (' i-! fioa noi7ito e piiW '
CbI.1S itwl bediej mif Jin Itlbes shaljeuveUe *,,town in Jnnportlng pr.vI.iunr (iIrihejarn.ih cpmeipf8endiqffboy8to.macadpnief. :! ,, raptttre TianiYauld( suffice husbands':iwilllos&them ,"A/roaaidoe* ___

P'Llged *M MM.all, tbeU, influj-oce.., .. mc >oor i ju Irelaod Bud Scyllitnd." 4 ffimfa & w&w$* fief __
**Iluif> -v 7r- ;fr .3 > 4. i burti ww ,
.VJ_ **'*'! | "' j er f Keriion- prevent.the in,1 Reiuijved) by jibe Sena te.au>V House,'ofpepre'feiitaUves'iif Jrd t'-4' '. .',.. f4'7'ptbb ntfii $ Vra1 B'l sale 4f..Ch.li(1tUUjl, tlVir ftOuutry; iln IJiiiteillSiAtPs' rf Ame;ira !in"Conr, m wts obc& the Ubj ei iiIit'; W'afinde4withi

C, a'cuii7;; co.iiracti im de'siI .'nleirjl iiitb 'gri asuemblerjJSTHat lhe54cr.(ary'in f t Uie Navy 14ai the& W b'n atnihtire flWq O' } 't. a'-. s3 ,, __ __

jj51 tHr s lie p.me.iL or glJK1iciitiil i.e. .beji: herebyti-autlioriied ti* pjajcejat the.Jersey'H exprepsiQfl$,weq yooeed4hCi Jj': .-,'-4 ',, l, '' '- -ri-----', V A C- '--4, _
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4J n swzsun 'it ihit -liel.nd and-Scuilan, ;' s'uch ebniribotions asmay; : -' ___

,t 1e ( ,IM* maiie For their relief I'and that ih Said SrCrrr e1t! 'o t :: :

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'..i ; : !& .[& ?' : "' fc' ) idThey express.theirgratitudefpHic
' ',': rirE.INE1ys.: : J 'and: scientinc .: g 1y3 y ,Eteeninile;onl1tbQujtc ( \ ti "
J 1 { ;..' .: ; 'ComptrollerY &a e nbt/seca. ; ,' .roecnanics, ; : ; : ) ',tfommanding! : general J,;: an' uc\teme !( .

T J,9AKSONVIL1aFaML1847., : whether he has-beaaowedJ1orebjthe ? : acquirements'anjlthenrcan. {be no' ,doubt, who haV.h ftbe! ikind;,cpnsiderjjtibri'tosen '!:d.ajnongst'the naecljt's i '
'i : : .. I \ I' ,_ -.--.- =, Secretary of the Treasury J 1 but4at'n1s] :wi11' 'dojustice'to:' ttieap.pointtnent. } ; them'at a'time when)they will haveno fling, by reports ':.of.. 1i Jlp etr --..

The :The :Jsame':gentleman..had rev rto contend'.against.i : :' thevotniio.. j! : Two! deaths hi, '. .
: e
I ABOLITIONIST NEWSPAPERS. -, a gold medal awarded,himi,by'the'American Three Tennessee, two Illinois, one, 'Curing thenight,;'anai ,e'.tt

! New York Christian Advocate and Institute New York for'his im- Georgia, one .Alabama) regiment, and :.ted,tothat.-dreadful, disease' JQIt" vi"

t 1 devoted to the interest Cap'C Williams' :Kentucky company tim,was.,a French, lady, .and,, :
., j journal, a newspaper : _. tht,
.. rail.road. i
.- -- -- pioved. .., the be disbanded. 1-'f Mr. Smith ,
rai'M; } |1 --- -- -" the"Sutl rOrthope.T: t
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:; Mr." WEBSTXH arrived SavanL.f1'4 Lieut. Semmes, U.S.N.hadiuiied'Jahixi : nia regiment. Both .
*!. *' Church has been presented 5Rcinfory.ments.The; Washington: .. were in CuR
; : .n Yrorn Augusta on Tuesday ]last, the copal 'at: Tori"thef,6th'nst..,hilway'to two days:ago.Promt ..
Uuion'of Friday saysS&aueofth ; 'f
25ih'inst. by Mrs. WEBSTER the ,Grand Jury of ,Accomac. County night tlie 1 :City'of:Mexico: ? demand_ ,the 'release ( he Vet Crut,Eag f-
accompanied j '
i M7
incendiary: blica ion. southern. papersare still harping upon of:\dshipmnn.Rog t)
WEBSTER'Shealth Virginia, ,as an p Com! Perry, comrn ndinj ,
r t and Miss SBATON. Mr. The following the presentment :' -the'twelve) months' men., Ivis,true From Mexico.-By..the arrival. .of,the tion in person, sailed on j M au'ex .
1 was improved.HON. the few thanHhree English Courier direct :from 'Mexico, from" this
"We, the Grand'Jury, upon our. that time of a more : pla t'.bufor, "bit'Pari
I'i oaths do present, that The New York thousand volunteers will expi re.in June *&I;.Iearn, that,' the ;Jgovernmeht: !has:authorized .parts has not transpired We' < '.
D.: L. YDLEE.'-"':We regret to : .the of guerrilla parties .
: raising however is
q Christian Advocate and Journal, a and July t>ut we have .ascertained from thajr.jie bound Cor H
: It: K-4 j learn that the'absence of our respected'Senato published in.the'-City of New ; throughout the country, and ,\b they alcos, Frontera, Laguna Sj' .'
.. 5! newspaper the Adjutant GeneraJav) office that reinforcements liarrass theAmericans
instructed '
.i : : from this State, has been prolonged I York is a paper which is circulated are Campea hy. :

I I on account of the continued in through the post offices of this county, have already arrived, or as much as possible. There are no The weather'at this. place biUj'

t4 calculated.and intended of to during the troops at Puehla, nd"'theorily indication very warm for some days
. whose health is and advises, and is are en route, men serve past thetO
dipolition'of his .
; lady, ? defence that ,the throw .
at place was
within mometer,averaging 95
color at
1 to 'of tlian the va- on \o'e'
Yu- persuade persons war, "who will more supply
J ; ,4)r such as to forbid travelling. Mr. this Commonwealth, to make insurrection, I Gen. Scott 'will have ing up ofa, work across the road'near in.the afternoon. !'" ;The cir,;,}) 1, f

d 'fcEB, may, however, be shortly expected or rebel, and denies, the right of mastersto cancy. ; a strong the city, and on ,this side.-Jalapa American and paved with such a large'piof .
inculcates and,most .efficient a&ny, to meet and Star, 2d inst. -lime. reflects the
c borne, property in their slaves, and -'I rays.or.ie'sQ,
_ the duly ,of resistance to .such overcome any 'fqrco 1 which the.enemy Lieut. Nichols, who arrived, at Jalapa n'st' i intolerable'degreei:: 4._: ).
e't t, ,.'1 : E DEATHS VERA CRUZ.-The Vera right, contrary to the statute in such may send against' '<\ hi I in. And we;)learn from Perote on the 5th inst.,, informs We have heard of se' r te J i

I Cruz Eagle gives a list of deaths which case made and provided. that fresh.detachmenis. 'of, a force now ,the number Editor of the$,in tar the that the. f..MeXicodoes present vomito, or what_ is r presen t d1_ 1
: of City
k : ___*,,,,,9.-Jl.-* 41... r1 0jnrk *4.....:-yf. 4t.*_..***1" "This .oro..ol\tmept ;i i. rnad.iipon the in'the.service of the, government will troops that fataldiaase'and it 'Le
t ; examination of. the paper itself. __ not,_ exceed_ 2,000.,' 10 ,. ...... .who. .regard. tbe. preservation. ., CC
3 of April They unmber about sixty in LEWIS L. SNEAD, Foreman." probably be. sent forwird to participatein The Jalapa correspondent nt. the Uel- health to be on their guard-,iin' .-

J all, and the cause, with a very few exceptions The Philadelphia North.American, a the war with Mexi ?j diarrh man who had been sent from this army dulging too freely in
; 1.iiJ was a or dysentery. any e1ceu.::
high Tariff journal cannot see what The hacienda of Anna
: 41 't janta was i on a secret mission, returned, having D. MijTuelOrbe! the curate oilhz.

:k ii IkI.; t GEN. GUSHING.We regret to learn harm the circulation of such a paper guarded from harm >f y our soldiers on |. 1 the. city of Mexico on the 2d. He chinango, israisinza company

:- 1 kL4t, :; that this distinguished Statesman and cm do, because the slaves are never the march. It is.sai that Santa.Anna, reports 2000 soldiers in the city of Mexico rillas, and upon the following! fro *f.

ri 1 learntd to read. What harm, we ask, has pressed large nuobers of those who and none this side, save a company vHu.AN'CHf.\ANGo, April 23, 184X
I : ; t ); i Patriot has met with a severe accident. I Lancers, who have been detailed to He who subscribes this
.4- I -flI.r. .e' j The Matamorai Flag of the 8th inst. resulted from MAUAT'S newspapers, during ,surrendered after tie capitulation; of I keep the barracks in Puebla neat and self to the following articles pledges. ki

: states that in walking that city after the trench revolution, when the Vera Cruz,,and who ere on their parole clean until our troops arrive 'there. 1st.-To die defending and' '. t ii

;t ), '';'ill' nightfall, he stumbled over a loose brick people (for whom they were intendedwere of honor. i This man was imprisoned four days in Our Lady of Juadalupe, and tbtCa

4 I m.fffo universally unable to read 1BV the city; but returned, here with a pass- olic Apostolical Roman 'rehigcn'whe
;:h and was precipitated into a ditch,breaking France.-The new! of Gtn. Taylor'svictories port from the Minister. of War. He says professes. ". '

I the bone of his left leg just above ,THE WITI. A9TOIY. was received with much satis there will be no fighting at or oq this 2d.-To defend the integrittl.dependence ( .

!. ', the ankle. It is hoped that the broken LATEST FROM MEXICO. faction. Great dispenses continue side of Mexico.From of his nation.

: j3);; r bones may speedily be healed. From the Picayune of.the 20th inst., exist where bread i excessively dear, the Vera Cruz letters of the 3d.-To pursue with death the Alp

4 d .P.'tt .I we obtain intelligence from :Mexico.- and it is feared that during the monthsof Commercial Times, we make the follow Americans, their followers, 'dere&den

1 'f' THE FOREIGN NEWS.The most important The most interesting items are those May and June provisions, of all kinds ing extracts: or allies, whoever it may be.
Vera Cruz 4.-A fain
May is.toleave
4th. and detest
l items in the news brought by concerning a fight near Vera Cruz be. abjure thep r>>
I will be dearer than they have hitherto this city to-morrow which wouM} nal of whoever
: r :' the Brittannia: are the fall in the price txveen Ctpt.V.LKER of the mounted been. Vegetation ?s very backward, be well woith a large cost for Santa their country.

I of cotton and the rise in that of grain. riflemen and 200 Mexicans, in whichour owing to the cold uriug the last fort Anna to cut off. It is immensely large 5th,-To respect all legitimate:

% ': The scarcity of food is too great, and countrymen were of course success- night. The bill reative; to the estab- and valuable, consisting of about four rity, whatever it may be, in everjiaj

T a the approaching harvest too unpromising ful. The other is that Majors BORLANDand lishment of between hundred wagons, loaded with suppliesoff notrepugnant to the preceding arccSti
: steamers
regular all kinds, including over halt'a million articles shall
These five be the(W.
to give the suffering poor of .Europe GAINES, Capt. CLAY'and Midshipman Havre and'New Yark has received the number '
; of dollars, and a large of mental rule of their guerrilla and dd I
:.i. 1t'. ,
.!: i14 any hope of certain relief from RODGERS, are at liberty in the city' King's assent and is now the law of the pack mules, near or quite thousand. be denominated: -

l 'itt4 their distress. In connection with this Mexico.: ; Under date of May llth, land. Complaints: have been made in The, escort will consist of about -one Lu Insvrgentc Gudalvgus,

we would allude to the contradictory reports Mr. KENDALL wl1 tel from Jalaps, a dili- the Havre Evening Journal, that the thousand soldiers, about one half of (Signed) MIGUEL Out

of the state of the in our gencia' having just arriyed from Mexi which are dragoons, sent down by Gen. The owners of the Mina La'Lozk)
t; ? crops Americans have foreign I
; ;imposed a tax upon Scott. It is quite probable that Santa presented or.IOc"1ned the gpvernmntrf
In the Middle States they co. He that news was brought ofa
country. says the of Anna has of i
!ir shipping arriving on coast intelligence the prepara- Mexico $55,000 for the exoeDsesor ,
: are spoken of unfavorably, while in theWest fearful state confusion at the capi California. Some of them .even say tion, and importance of the train, and i iis it

i they are represented to be far tal. Anaya was still President pro that the conquest uf California not having not improbable that he will endeavorto war.Letters had been received m tleop-!

above an average. Undoubtedly, if this tern, but had neither influence nor au- been recognized by ,France and oth- intercept it, and itis hoped that Gen. ital from .8:1D Luis Potosi, aQaouea|
Scott will send
reinforcement for
is the case, we have nothing to fear.- thority. A new President is to be elected countries this a large that the governor of the state had ft'
amounts to a robbery.Loss the escort, so as to secure its perfect mulgated a decree that fiats
i-'f .iiH It is however, a most momentous the 15th of the month- everj.
question on present
1 I Such would about
; # safety. a capture should take up arms, and that Hie fthuf > '
r > $$ for now that the United States is the tenth Chief Magistrate this distracted of Packet Ship JJnglo Saxon.- pay the Mexicans for all their losses iasm to defend themselves rosier}

I : &*\$ to be the granary of the world, the West country has had within the .last The Boston Courier of May 15 has ad- since the commencement of the war. great. There were about four thotissi

->, ? must be looked to as the granary of the eighteen months. vices which leave but little doubt of the Afternoon, .lIay 8.-In the Eagle, troops of the army of the north then'a

r ; 4 t4 4:' Union. -It is stated the made loss of this fine ship. She left Boston which I send, you will find a list of fifty the city. Gen. Taylor, they suppose .
propositions by
: ;,J: ; five soldiers who will remain in Mexico, to move them from SaM5>
on the 5th inst., and went ashpre near was upon
months since offer
I England some to after the war is over. Thev have,takenup about the 1st of May.
: CIRCUIT COURT.The Circuit Court her intervention in settling the difficulties Sable Island'on the 8th. She was of their homes amongst the sand hills, Santa Fe.-The Independence (&)

tL 2 for the county of Duval, commenced its between Mexico and the United 900 tons, valued at $50,000 and was and a louder blast than that which call- Expositor: says that Capt. Walker

: y:1 ; session in this place on Monday last,- States have recently been taken up by fully insured. A portion of the cargo ed them in the field, will berequired to left Santa Fe on the 27th March

.t Judge DOUGLAS presiding. The various the :Mexican Congress, and after a warm was sent out by the Irish Relief Com call them hence.These'deaths. brought to Independence the news '

t : dockets were unusually small, and but discussion, in which one of the members I mittee.. This, was insured for $3OOOO, period of three weeks.and all occurred within far the I the battle of Sacramento, althpofi d
as as was quiet when he left, seerns'tdtliM! !
)- t. : t little business of importance was before said that the whole affair was but another ellIazneThe Senate on Saturday last can judge, by the "dead carts" which I that the Mexicans are making: jHtp&t

: jhe Court. The petit jury was discharged attempt of the Monarchists upon the the pass 'daily in the streets, the month of tions to attack Santa te, not that tbeJ j
went through formality of
Wednesday-afternoon, much to \ sacred libertics of the Mexican Repub- electingfor May. will tell a worse stoiy than April are dissatisfied with the laws, but tint

: ,the relief of the jurymen, from whom i ]lie, the motion even to consider them Governor, John" \V. Dana, the Democratic has. told. their desire plunder is so'geatt: ife
candidate' who received An order of the Government issued
1 j:. a plurality -, they cannot withstand temptatwa.-
: weather and the
warm nonpayment lost of 44 33. From
vote to
was by a of the popular vote, but wanting ; the day before yesterday, indicate the Capt. Walker has resided fifteeafoa!

k system, bad already begun to elicit I this it would seem that the present congress 'a majority, failed of an election by the state of preparation which i it i is. found in )Mexico and may be presumed t to.understand I I

: t complaints- loud and deep. I is determined to shut every door 'people. necessary to maintain under existing the movements ofthei 'Peop, t

j. As this is the first time that the beauties -l against all proposals of nn honorable circumstances. A few thousand deter"mined there. ,

of the alternating system have' permitted I Extra Session.The \Washington troops? under 'an able leader_ 7VrxW.-Six hundred Texaa 'To1 -

peace. Union that there is would find Vera, Cruz, at this moment. teers are an"Ai1toniQ' reacampagn. ( !
not the
ns to be attended by our own The States north of \Iexico-Guad- says slightest rather an easy conquest,although there ,. ",'
Judge, we must take this opportunityto alajara, Guanajauto, Queretaro! Zaca- foundation for the rumor that an would be some hard fighting encounter. T>mpico.--THe citizens, ,at .IPP ,

express the high satisfaction which tecas, Durango, San Luis, and others extra session of Congress would be call- ed in the operation Very little/ear. apprehend: attack,on that p13 Ctoa\\
ed by the President an attack is entertained,,;but Gov. Wil.-! banditti commanded Cip'Pauijno. '
4 his manner and bearing have extracted talk openly of separating'from Mexico, a roving : bf :
from the members and son: is too old a soldier to, treat his The, troops i in g rucft;
both of the bar
and letting her take care of hers lf.- From Savannah. Georgian '
( Extra. enemies too '
I ) with
much'contempt. ,make attempt
anxious ipr him tp ;the
the public genvrally, We had much. Not a dollar in the way supplies,are L ATESI FROM THE CITY' OF : Part' ,of' the '!big., train 'moved- forward .

4W. rather! he were retained in his own Circuit they sending on for the. relief of the MEXICO: I this afternoon for:Santa, Fe, eight miles ARRIVAL OF THE: .BRLThNIA, ..., .

t than obliged to travel backwardsand General government iu its emergency. Health of Vera CrHz-rAv'Vera: Cruz' from this, city i ; .where. the train*will be 14 'Days Later from EW'OPBYTELEGRAPII.' ; ..*.

1 f forwards from Pensacola to Lake They were still doing a little in the correspondent ,of the Delta'writes,,(May organized, .:and on: Monday morning,. ,d 'I. 't"
8,) that the fact that over 450 men making.a air start.. .J.J.yi1.., Torra t!, P!
CIirn'ipondenceod.Juurita1 =
Monroe one
.: exposed to every hardship: and way of fortifying the city of Mexico, have been discharged from the'GeneralHospitalvithih : '
of the grandest! .caravans : extending : The 4
.subjected to great expense. a.Spaniard informs me that all the the few ; ; < weathr'pi .
? past days a" fully six i miles length.! It favorable 'ygeatt9n r iskjngjrapid -ins
..> :.. obstructions they have erected ,so C far; proof.that the health of the place'is not seems to me'to 'Ibejentirely too large a, :change. !

." MR. SIHALD'S CLAIM.-We have had could, ,be kicked. over with the foot. The 'as bad ';people: want to niak Ht' put* party, and coulH'jprdHaWy:) havelBeen} di. The accQnt&Mth progress-, !,heat.and"cae. *

p inquires as to the nature of the The Tipelvc Months:Volunteersr TljeJalapa videl into numbers: and time d tieD
-many under J better
city bad.been placed : martial. law, American Star I to : crops are. 'highliaregird ll' encoura. jpEg
: of the' 6th ""t ..
: inst.says "
elaim'.f Mr. SIBALD the Govern- < purpose \ ,
c upon and the direst ntjc .i ,to potttoes Teryfavoi;
L eJiicesse$ were pa- :-Four jregiments of tlie : .
tL ment ,of the United States. which has ted. The citizens had all been called will leave" here rabbve, ,, Many, barbaritie: ,' are committed, : O.D. counts'are ie i.ed., -.
trOQps to-dayforVera the, '
: roa4By/small; parties, which sneak Air B&IQItNmecicafl,. \Jjjst'rl1{
:4iq: ;recently been adjudicated upon by the upon to take up arms in the common.de Cruz, and although 'we could 'wish that hke'.Indl the brushwooil '.: b 'visit toiW*
among and.
,oa a
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: ;pi ,Comptroller of the, Treasury. As this fence, but unfortunately nine-tenths of. the boys would stay, and,see- the :ia'fiair watch:stragglers. from: the.trajsA .- .;.On .Stwtov) tpKh wJis r ceiireQ1 j

'has not been alluded to by those journals through, we cannot blame :-them for; Lieutenant i : Kip< of t''
;: tfl: them had no arms ,to take up. Nor pbury, thWbluhteers -; Kiogr .fcftWfc Pbiliope,' Mr. Ingerioi'i'

;( ,who have noticed the prosecution of the were there any cannon at.. h.e' capital I .wishing to see those, dear frieuids'home at ,(pot Ihe' ;,inielligentr nt( :intrepid .the, fti: ; >bpJIJ, ter. %Russia, accoinp"*
whpfor tweIveJongrnouths1 l Have
hir iilaim1 some,have wrongly] supposed that other than a few small and ,indifferent' been estranged from. ,them? ; member of' Gen.' :Taylors statf),wa ,! ,Q t ."; b tto, fS9l1t- di :,.
; : tbelpiher -
i 1 jt was for losses leave' : day, mangled! m, :& dreadful l f hts a1SQ :r iedby:
the those whOnow }
incurredduring) ns have been '
pieces. ; prominent manner-barely escaping' .
wilH time.
i to'Jalapa "
( o '-t\ .Q '
I Florida,war. It is not however for losses On the approach our army:'it is said I actors"inrevery .fightsince! May, his i Jif ; Many l ',otlers'who;;,have obser-) I I' '1t a.W.QJ.tnof1lOlu' and'grainhatyeseht wbicttte

%' : 'by Indian depredations; o'r interfernceof -' ,that.,the: Mexican Congr.essxwiibajl, the. last, and they the< will .take for frornhe're'thethahljslf .ved.. ]iltlecaution;,&ave,fared.hiUclil l I A t.ti .'" S tom tbe;:$
army the
; ; 'the ,mil*ti1ry. The Tam 4. is archives of the republic would! .jemove, have''*rendered.'. '* -" ,' services- -T,*,they;-' worse';some. '.,being found:dead in a few !.,:&o,hst asbeib: uikerI3tfeuIoU :
minutes.after_ they'had, 'otwar: *
founded :stepped _p'ui of Irelaadand: '
upon d3fliageinhieged! jiave, tb'the city.*of Morel ia. *< f\ ,. ;In4icha'giugthes&men} .at'the: time, ,the, train,) ,or: 'the line, pf.escpi't, and lib' t mgathy'ia.England.A : '
been sufleied in generous: y "
coniequenceofej.r initcrference ", he does Gen. Scott "
has been
I i i-J ? :tAN actuated ,trace derers; '" ; niemigrauis
TT. *
-'riilitJ>" "-** ?. -!* :pCtbeir mu{ _. fajniug i die'Iiiiguiishabled. r \'a"y*, agonot fewer ,
I ''? ; of the Government' '.Live Oak, : 'EXCELLENT" ,. ;ApPol AlE"Nr.--We,j by '- most' commendable: '_,' ,He>: .. V_ 4! .7KandtheSt ', : saiIe4 fr ir Haroburg.York. : : r.,
"J" :
Agent who 'beized i ;;his lumber and He'S*- has:been advised.th.Vera{Cruz isnowquiteheaIth ,< 'The'Ohio:. : safled 1his i he,'COM*!
,# "' "ore- ,are.gratified'to)learri that James. Herron, (1.4) ; 'morning : ., In tome part: >of $ ;
I u t
i; :
rented, ..thi(?cutting} : timber:'for his j! Saw. Esq.;pt.Philadelphia.'has 1. be n appointea -. \! few' .knowing: that in avery tortbCUflfted. : ;. tt'eSitoii,1,think' 'erniSratioD 'i i is carried -toextent in-aJari
+ -- 'r weekvomI. .: ..wall eLlDh '
t > it"* : Q : E
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5" : Ltry', yifl'on follow.!l whokvilhige' Zi l
mill on his lands. For,this he. ,,claimed Civil s Engineer the*)l'ensacola ilated. : go
-. .\ ; ; i clispenses tvithjthe: (.yaruabieseivice t .'9hp,;: .ii.. ,A 'cquadronl.dragoons: eand entixedistiIcts: b OtcP: V
4 ... .compensation! to,the:'amount.! 'of nearly Navy. :Yard:tq2superintendithepublic; ) ; .pfjthosermeDfjTor remainder, of their ) : '
ly i.Mi /y; : ;: : basjustcome;; :j in:from Jalapa/and'report ., -
fV. v- : <
S;;; ; r f I. ;p c t'.fT! it. :wjrts! :,authprized! : by" Congress::'to be : :.ferni, father. 'tbanT: iexppse1them tp theepiderhic.uHe 'nd l ) Ii tigiui:, ..trni atth'arplace, ?: It:: : :Tbe" governmentoHacatioia; : i C k'r B

; :'fJ .rJ> 'hich- ..cirinot., ,butcxcitethe" -.... -,Jnirlb.' "-constructed, 1 at that' 'station..;,-'onthepl. iis.1 ; puldJrgIathavthey ) $ know t ',,.""b1edtht- .,. : ---.Anna' J.':witoome: had..:parsed, .t'q,:.a third! ,_\: dr : :1tI .
-ijt a i .s a < fr.A-' ;rs.-i -it ; woUidvreienteifthelervice :
f: every all11iving'inEastFlorid--; devised by 1.if\! ii ,which have beeu but*{** i ? f ; _/ f, fiic7.0ri iix1bouisandtroops.: 'Is..mQyi: r r$oe of: C9mm It" \ I
.. .-" ".- '- -*'* _i ,,i-- -L --*- # is. notat. all aispleasedat\the alternatifei 1d'd1': vJ is I a.,'; 1cceed ,.however r.iD being a :rar-:, .doptec1by:>the Denartment.Mr..Her, ,' ... ; ,,the. : ;. d d,, d S J ift : '-7 r'ii; I ,;. ..;
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.....:.. the'Lord We.notfce with ir ripeas ui ,-that: vote- ofthaflk5pasedlifthe: : ate r a lQr-i d1 ""ii 10 \j .. r 'Ja
,. \ be morta1.career..or. s i ro.. :.i t ir1 : .a i hi'"ci r ; .t t ":
f.It '
:: : Mliaa'. : rapidly; drawing to a General ieldsJ is '1 improving ":apace, :the* United; :ISt&flVc&d t :: hiaj sp: :'and' .;ii e-aI!' i g bl; t'jJ'-afwhich 1t'G: :;; 'P! r 1.Cn q tt crSai.1( : '"t ,;}:, ; ._L
Post holds and that his recovery isalmpsttain. : r ,. 'Pushing are:evenjnpw l : herisol.fdieri '
Evening ; : leading:: 4Tayloi belongeijo; eih oftbe "
Dublin} :. r :parties,: case of';. r bl j t{C mrnoflWNtlniGP.tev. : ',
close.Yfbe :t in Mexico ., '
to' ,, J
. ;>> wianewJictones for, rate;&be peopleof ihiscoun-' fPinn, 'j v" -- .
.Hr bt rCoVery' 8ep i ::
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ot nO hope daily the ac- We subjoin a letter .from 'Mr.Ken.; :our'iarm's. 'Will -.the /public Voice de-' try;]JrVth: plmocratie'party ; ;>"* ''-' ',' "; 'M ,
sinking ; .1 539 .1tTJ "
is Iaz Y r.h i tare '
: O'Conoel dall of the latest date : x flounce them their .< -2", "' .__ .. ; I
hand through I upon feturnl or rather Thepositionwhich i Gen Cameron '
to cJ
which come i ;: ; 1e l.} I i gt: j .rt trot.t '--.c '
uotl show Correspondence of the Picayune.] will not .an indignant( repfc It, '- r't .. ..:, '" ,
, tDh of the French papers i[:Editorial people occupies: atWhahington.certainly( | .gives. rea. "Ie :. ';0;4;:" _-- .
;r I
e career is drawing to a .TALAPA, Mexico, May 11, 1847. diatethis act 'of .their. sWanU,..and, him an opportunity ascertain tbroo ;hthefriends.ofvGen. i S -

that hiS eartbly Intelligent Spaniards here, men who sternly visit with i just:.indignationtKese. .':;T ylor, the.old::He1ro ] Ruironfli..rba RewOui \ .5.

clole. blight has reappeared in I have ample means of information, tell( 'faithless stewards of,the true interests., '. I sentiments.':.Ort; political :subjects,,J )e I

The.crhborbood potato of Belfast. : me that matters at the city of..lfexlco and honor of their Si te'll I and we'believe<
the events f the fortnightare are daily getting worse aud worseallis .- One tiling; brought.toJig. by;,this pTeaent.I letterJwill: I! be, found to! je&JIH 1 ,evening.! !.lhaV Gen; Tayror \had bad a... ,;;,

The 00ftriking foreign interest.jfoe anarchy and confusion. It cannot absurd procedure werejoice; and it rectj'the predictions, i of the'Fed; eraseditbrai liaulfJt9'tba Mexicans,J but,,we weie J.

n Jl (ket. During the last well be otherwise, Confidence is'all gone, is that Massachusetts, ,'pursuing this >> .to the.ccmtraiy: notmthstandirig.! ,unable ,to' ..traco, it,rtOt. >'&QY iibinti ,

; the funds have continuedunillLerrapedlyl. money i is all gone, hope hds vanished, course stands solitary:anB alone i in the :, 1: ::".__" nor i If any" thing,."*ftho.kind .)hta,

fortboigbt dowward course, the and in their'place poverty and dispare ranks of the whig, pai'ty'jthe'aeverest "I'IIDkLETOWApril 25,:-18471 : taken place most. htf e,beoa. '"'J1h, $.. '- ..I

in the Bank still disappearing reign supreme. The only chance, left denunciation of her course .has, come lazr Sir-Your'paper.:oflast.week I small .,detachm.ent. .* as tbe..,enemy bava,

rapidThe Mlion! directors have been of opposing the Americans is to raise a from th" two leading:Wljig presses of. was jianded.me I : Hlis! ;'"morrnng) ;;and reminds -I :"no, force, in that quarter, '.whict, coaltfVenture :,

stringent than ever, In fact, frenzy or enthusiasm-call it whichyou New York, the qouri r&.Enquirerand _me of a'promise to.putiB! wrUirig 1 :: to attack:the main_ "boIytand.; 'C i
more I that in the Express.-Savannah 'what 1 said to the other in ,GerTaylor. SEMIGRATION..fhere .
though they have not publicly made will-similar to planted Republic 'you day. ..re-, t
alteration in their terms of discount early revolutionists by Hidalgo, and it I g rd'toGen.Taylor.: '
Mr have done what has acted is to* be doubted whether there "is even WHEAT CROPS AT THE: NORTH.. "I:, have, .aeVoral "acquaintances: who. : arrived 'at..tn. t

yet mercantile they business with more virtue enough left in the country to The, accounts vary materially as to know the old General well and .I met, port or.N'ewYo k '()n' Tharsday aaa t

upon bring about such a consummation. At the injury to the Wheat rops.through since the'battle of Buena Vista, one, a JFriday' ,fI., week,'the (extraordinary ;

leverity. Minister, has re- the celebrated battle of Las Cruces, out the North. The Philadelphia ET. distinguished.citizen:of Kentucky,.'who. :number.oif$700, emigrant..passengera :: ?

Mr. Bancroft, our to England. On fought near the city of Mexico, it maybe S. Gazette of Monday, says,;-"A ascent Jived b'eside him. :for. many ,ears.- 3400 from Liverpool and London, andi ,

tamed from France addressed a note to Lord recollected that Morelos and Hidalgohad ride through several l wheat raising' This. .gentleman was recently' the Democratic 300 from:' Haver, ,a' large':uuraWr of ..

I3lh April Russell he and placed at ihe dis- an immense rabble to contend a- counties in Pennsylvania, has satisfied ;,.candidate for.a.high office. .,He them. sick.with ship fever;' 2. ... i
John us that one great staple of our'State is l Democrat .
contribted a
under TruxilJo.
the few
the $15,000 royalists
uof\ the latter gainst : nearly destroyed for the present all 'life;::'ahi i cf this 'with .Gmtt JJ'tir.El ri4a; '-. .. t
by the Citizens or: New Orleans and that such! was the frenzy of the year agrees ing after the.terrible liattleon the,LikeOkeechobee -
for the relief of the Irish people. former that in many instances, duringthe Certainly, the fields which .we, saw all.my iufirraairoh.onf, subject.- in Florida, .Old] .Eougb& ;
will not produce more than a third, or His father was one. of the Electors who t
Lord John uext day in acknowledging hottest of the fight, they ran up and the Ready, in his despatches detailing,the. 1
it remarked that it appeared to stuffed their hfUs into the very mouthsof half the usual crop on such an amountof gave vote of Viiginia! to'Mr. Jefferson. conflict concluded his letter
,. thus>
land. The winter has been He the and f
se was
personal political
very 4
him that "the best mode of dispensingthis the Spanish cannon. They cannot "I 'am nov. writing rithoutj a, 'candle.
vere upon autumn sown grain, and, we friend of Gen. Jackson, and the 'firm f
contribution to such
was a feeling now. with knots
magnificent get up as a substitute,. in''I ;
learn from who have been of his administration and
the Central Gen. Worth will the gentlemen supporter
transmit it without delay to probably enter cabbage-tree hammock, in the center
through most of the counties that the IIi 1809 he stationed
Dublin and of Puebla measures. was
Relief\ committee in presided rich populous city on of a large Irairie.on very dirty'. .
indications favorable this the service and
are not more place on recruiting ,
Lord Kildare. Friday next, Gen Quitman accompanying ofpaper-tbe only in *!
oyetby than in those which : he is still remembered of one camp. (
('Her( majesty the Queen, he further him. No one anticipates opposi- through wej by some our t
satisfaction it is said travelled." i citizens, who speak of him with pleasure Passenger, '
has seen with the highest tion, but on the contrary that
f said, the manifestations of generosity the largest and better portion of the in- In several counties in Maryland the and say .that he was then a supporter Per U. S. ,Mail Steamer St. iatthewi'f.t.

wd charity of a nation which sprung habitants are growing more and more I yield of Wheat will, it is said, be above of Simon! Snyder. He entered the Savannah May 24th.-Mr* Cones, Mrs. ,W 1,! zi :

the same origin as ourselves." anxious (or the entrance of the Americans I I an average. Plentiful showers have army in early .life, and has never beena and'senrant, Mi.iJ Hay. M Wood Miss Bit- I ;

from la the House of Commons, on the for the protection they will afford greatly improved the appearance of the politician-nor has he ever had, any bo, MisCrabtree..- M.j. Hopkins, Me .rt..O

29th April, inquiry was made by Mr. them against the hordes of ladrones and fields. connection with machinery of par- WoodMCurnef. S Harris, B "F Richarihon- ..;

Brown, whether the American government leperos which have always infested that WHEAT CROI'S AT THE WEST. ty or wire-working jmliticiarm-but; he H R Sadler, Luciu.,'WHson. O'Neil, Hsli'ig!. ,

had taken the guns out of two of city. We hear nothing of the guerillas The Cincinnati Gazette of the 13th has always kept up' an acquaintancewith sons, Johnson, La timer,and 1 deck. :
of the
their ships of war and allowed them to of late-they are probably confining inst. the leading measures day Per Steamer Wm. Gauss, front Ssvau.., .
:- and his mind is stored with
be sent with provisions to Ireland. !. themselves to robbing their own I "Some says of our cotemporaries have al.. thorough enquiring knowledge of the whole, a May 27th.-Mrs wing, Miss En', J DVaaa1ui,,. :
\ :Mr. Labou here read an extract system and Cribb.
la reply, countrymen. the that j
ready expressed opinion so of No has
our man
from a letter of Hon. M r. Everett, The reports in relation to Santa An- government. S S
of wheat '!:
large a portion in the ground J.
I for the will. of the
a reverence
introducing Capt. Forbes. Every sen- na are still contradictory, but all agree greater MAR1KE INTELLIGENcE: ;i
has been winter that there i is I people and none have shown a greater -
of his remark the subject that he is at or near Orizaba. He has -
tence upon danger of short in Ohio. We i PORT OF
continued crop desire to elevate and sustain humblemen JACKSONVILLE MAY. 28. j i
with loud and '
received certainly threatened an attack -
was upon have the State
lately passed through : ofintellect and merit. .
cheering. Verr Cruz, and also upon this place, and Cleveland thence ARRIVED.. !I
from this to and to I "[ have before me letter from a ;J24tb.
Measures, it is said, will soon be set there are those who think judging from Beaver Penn. and noticed .-U S Mail SteamerSt. M.UM.I.Cb.M. ]I
although we who his;
friend fought by *
at Monterey,
qafoot for floating the Great Britain, his threats and actions, that he has be- Savannah, via Darien, Branwjck. ,and St.,Marjrt.
many fields where large portion had side in more than one field, dated to Fernande & Bn.bee.Merchandize to G D. !
and taking her to Liverpool, where a come mad since his recent reverses.- been winter killed, we are confident, taking March 11, 1847 who speaks of him in Miller H O MM. &-C.. Fernandez 4V:,Bube, ,It
portion of her machinery is. The probability i is, that he keeps his into consideration the quantity in these words :_General Taylor has T W Jones, W F Crabune. Holpw// & Co, Gillett f
The Britannia brings about OOOOO, force about him partly for his own pro- the that the is & Hazzard J C Humming, and Capt. McNfltT.27ih. .
written.He .
ground, present promise arrived since the above was -
tpecie. At one time she had '; 300-, tection, and partly to be ready to strikea .-St. a'DrrVm.: GastOn,. MeiuUIl, Sava I
.u of a yield above an average crop. is simple and unostentatious as a nab; via Datieh Brnniwick and St. M...,.. to .
DOO on board: but j;100,000 was with- blow' should a favorable opportunity This statement is confirmed by the child-plain as a pike staff homely Holmes & Co.-Merchandize to Holm. &.Co.. ,

drawn by a large American house in ofl r. t Cleveland Herald, a paper said to be and unpretending-hraveas Caesar, audas W F Crabtree. A M Read, J. M POUt and A B .
wilt leave with H ziard. <
Gen. Scott
Liverpool. probably ,
well informed."So determined and firm as adamant.He .-
LORDS April 29 Gen. in the of few 28th.-Steamer Sarth: SpaWing. Bai>j, Lab
HOUSE OF Thursday, Twijrgs, course a :
far have and hear
as we seen can has strong good sense-he is unor Muaroe.-To Fernandez isbe.CLEARED. .. \.
-Lord Brougham presented a petition days, for Puebla. His next movements truly, there is no reason to suppose that namental, but useful. His sense is of .

from the select Vestry of Liverpool, will depend upon circumstances. the coming"crop will be any less than the cast iron ,kind, not shining but solid I 24tb.-Steamer'Sarah Spaldinj,4 Bailey,.Like

complaining!!:that since December Jast. 'I. Gen Quitmari's appointment as a the appearance last year at this time ami u1ttgether'practica1. He is the : Munroe. TJ !
25ih S Mail, Stamr St Matthewi CJsue.Suannah. \
180,003 Irish paupers had arrived in major general meets with the full ep- We do know the fact .. '
promised. not least showy, unartifi.cial general or subaltern -, .
I that town, praying for the adoptionof proval of the army. The wound of Gen. but we think that we hazard little in that is or ever wasintlie. American -I 23th.-Steaimr Wm.S GasnoiM.nd D, SaTaa"a" j\

measures to restrict such immigration Shields, which every one at first thought saying that there is now probably one-. army. He has power and an'influence S \

and facilraie! the passing of the would prove mortal beyond doubt, eighth more acreS of land in wheat than ,over men, whether individuals, JACKSOIVTILLE 1
Irish to their The continues to improve and the hopes of pKIcIscvE"1ft'. ..
poor own country. there was last year, and, except in very or armies, that is irreaistable. All a- "
petition was laid on the table. his recovery are stronger!: than ever.I low wet places it is irdt materially in- round him have a consciousness of security CORRECTED WEEKLT. 1 1A.&TICLZI. \

The ship Exmouth from Londonderryfor forward this by the diligencia. It jured." and safety while he is with them.

Quebec with 168 emigrant passenger is considered a very unsafe conveyance, S It is this m.ual power this magic of the I!. IfW801.'ttu....- Z

and crew has been totally lost 8tBallanule and for fear my letters may be over- Gold for the Jlrmy in New Mexico.: mind, which made his four thousandmen 1

and all but thee sailors hauled by the Mexicans 1 cannot say The St. Louis Republican has learned superior to twenty thousand well BAGGING,Dundee, per, 90 ... tt J
COFFEE, Rio, Udl .
perished.IRELAXD.. half I otherwise shonld. that the U. S. Government has given disciplined troops." Java. .. lSia 84 1 MCANDJ..ESSpena j

.-:The accounts of poverty Yours, tScc. c. w. K.MASSACHUSETTS. orders for the immediate transmissionfrom "If 1 have nut, my dear sir, said enough SO& ; 3TJM
and disease in Ireland! continue appal- the East Steuart United Adamantine, = 11-
to Major to convince you that ."Baylor: : COTTON. BItckS *d. 'ib"I''34 a, USiikorBgCr.ain II
ling.In. : .. States Paymaster at that place, of about is a good Democrat of the Jeffersonian, .' : ,' U. 91a'aTiii

the parish of Coachford: in a population We have thus far forborne from making fire hundred thousand dollars a very Snyder, Jackson school, I shall be glad 'I. DOMESTIC Brown GOODS.Shirtincper .S- 1

cf 0003: fifty perish weekly any comment on the late disgraceful large portion of it to be in gold, chiefly to hear what will make a Democrat., do. Sheetings, M .<. a
from famine. The city of Cork is in a refusal of the Senile of Massachusetts doubloons. This, in addition .to the Sincerely your friend. Ticki p. -4 54. 1 '10 '. ti
Calico Prints.Kentucky'Jeans. U '." .
Dreadful condition. The people of to pats the vote of thanks to Gen. sum now ou deposite with the. Subtreas- SIMON CAMERON. ; w eo :'.15 5::...\\'.U

.Cork have berum afraid Jest they may Taylor, sent from the Lower House, because urer, about six hundred thousand dollars Cn!. .SAMUEL D. PATTERSON, FLOUR. Baltimore; .rbbL.' 9"OO'-Cl.

be! utterly) borne down by the flood of we scarce could credit it until is to ,be applied to the payment of Editor "Norristown Register.; FURS. Otter New York, .St.,1'"; 9C0aU 00, clU, '

pauperism and disease, which U i settingin fully confirmed. No considerations of troops in NexVJVIexico, and the troops or GRAIN. Corn, | Vfcnsh."Ib. t 12 'a 09 ;ill
them and have been volunteers for that &c. Several HAY "CWL. tSSa, .,".
upon -
; steps mere party expediency can us quarter, .IMPORTANT LEGAL OPINION HIDES. Green .,. '3 .. ft f
t&kento establish a sort of barrier of either to palliate or, pass over in silence paymasters will'be added to that Fugitives from Service.the. ..Slave, D..,.country, ."Ib. 6 'm'_09

)Jiwhh, with the view of preventing the so great an outrage upon common decency -' department, and a large sum of money, States.-Uovernor Shunk of Pennsylvania LUMBER,Flooring --, "U..II.." 10 CO.14 W.
Scantlrngn4Eoazds, :, 141r73
15.00. IS
influx of pSUpers.Ftoi .. and common sense. Massachusetts say two hundred thousand dollars, will, recently IBid before the,Attorney Banging Timber, ", ". S 0(1.( !,,.ctQ

the M.il.ilHnal.I .n.l Tn lJIIIW. lOiliiust.UTER I -has been rendered .ridiculous, :and I at an early day, be sent directly to Santa General of the ,State, ,(B., Champneys,, 'MA NG.India. >-yard.OILS' .. '-:1j'i 'ot. .
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FROM GEN. SCOTT. dishonered by the course her Senators Fe. in charge of one of the. paymasters Faq.) I lor,.his opinion of the, law iu: the ,< *""Sperm.AlIi .tDr. .- ".: : 'l2js:'i 09IT U.

By the arrival of the steamship Fash- I hare pursued ; and if the public voice assigned to that command. case,' the,,facts in relation ti) the appli: PROVISIONSP S .rkM' .ss/- .'"' bbL.; 'Off.IS IS,.
Ion,It New Orleans, we have later ad- sanctions it, the odium of this act will cation by..t Governor, of Maryland to Lard.Bacon/ tl lb.Ib.to" .19'.a.a; llj 09 SS "

viceifrom Vera Cruz. The accounts cling to her as long a* the tajnt of, trea- Italy.-A most diabolical plojt to murder the Governor, of that State, under,.the Bmter.. .;*'..Ib.I. .to/. 22

;are from Jalapa: the 11th inst. son clings to the Hartford Conventionists. the Pope has been discovered. Ij ] ,4th.articletof' the," ConftiHutioif 'uf die" j I. .' 55 Chee Potatoes',,1risi. !''.1h.bbl_. 3:10.:,**.. .,aIS, :11r -,
the French
The Fashion brought over Gen. Pat- was first foundoutby Ambassador United State's, .and'hct .of Congressof I '.\Do. SwVat ".b. ..lI79', .: II ,
.tefion, and several officers who were Hostility to the South and her institutions : lie revealed the names of the,,13th.Fe bru ary,. 1793, requestingthe i!:PEANUTS;Florida. .;!< '.. t s.-'f1S''
wounded at Cerro Gordo ; also Cap- must indeed have taken deep conspirators to the Pope. Their apprehension and delivery, as fugitives 'SUGAR RICE. ,Florida; .'lb.1'I'' a .. 's'i.

.tains Moore, Penkins, Jones and Cole- root in that ancient, Commonwealth, intention was 4, to. assassinate him while 'frnra justice( .Jack.:! :llack"rmd \' New Orleias,.. "lb."' .1).11

man, the Alabama volunteera. She when it can prompt her Senators to giving audience to:, one of.them, who Ellen .Cuchman, 'sl yel 'f rife, who I SYBUF SALT Liverpool;FIoridav groaad..SPIRlTS : :.-.. '!"lack'caJ1. I;GO 5Os.1_ .M U." .

brought over many of the trophies of hurl such an Insult in the. face of the was'appointed to kill him. A Capuchin aland indicted t tiiid ar a 1 law of Maryland, ..Brmndj, ..u. .10, .I."
Cerro presented, himself for the.audience i Gin. 'I :.'.. II";1iuNERai ; _
Gordo of
American runmiigaway/ esca
and Vera Cruz such as whole people. jifthe, im'r : J
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cannon, stand of arms, standards, &c. We'have long suspected that.a. root-:; of the Pope. His holiness requested 'pirtg' from that State Into.the,.State i i.of Whiskey,.-'t.,' .? ;.. 3v'5I.: ';.,
Several regiment of volunteers, ed hostility to our institutions existed .his name. This he'gave; but before being Ptmnusylvanii. agaitis&tTa, j viIl.:and con.. SiUNS,' Deu. *- /S ". ",.r.. ..:,.' :...t.'- T' 5

whose time of service had expired, in Massachusetts, distinct from all par- admitted the1,Pope? .J looltfed pvei;..the sent oftheirrnast&slarid, .owners, with .... PantherTEAHj Bear;: >:.: '-:, lCO'm3U oa:3: .'II.. .

were at Vera Cruz on their way home. ty organization; openly avowed by many list of conspirators! and found. the: name ,.a vieiv! : 'to escape,from .the Bervitucle; : of on : ". J"" ', Ii;' : .1' ..' ;::
We cherished all from of.the capuchin. Then. ',he immediately saicimasfers owners .The'PhiladqIpbjaLed3e .Black:' ..', ,sub: 40a.' tll .
copy below from the PkaGee. but secretly by ; their ; :or... .*' .- _" '...
Jane Abolitionism of Marcus, Morton summ nedcarbineeswhoorIthe, ca-. '" :'
: the open > << say 0" .N't: !

Worth was expccted to enter to the more covert advocacy ofJ04n .:pauchin's' entrance seized'" him,, andon The -Xituruey; ,Geueral. ",,.fafter.. .-dueconsideratiioiTi "Ir'''Sometime, In April Ja".f;.:a J trBRQWNSTEER .

Pue la on th 17th& inst. No resistance 1 Quincy Adams; but we had.,a searchingi'hiaJun' jie(had a:brace a.ravelat, the' ,conclusion. : marked/with
1\11 anticipated at that place. *here strong reliance upon the conservative ef loaded pistols and.a poisoned! Dagger that'llhejfugitives t from..service: oHaboraruiUt an' urp;r'square.tD''; ens ear; .nI ..
was of that about his 'person. .The capuchin was erabracetl be* 'de- 't.o". ;iindfr/bit* in the other 'The bt and,at veil
some expectation that; the army principles of .the Whig party \ ,. .. ,... ; in/r'canrtqt' ;asean !?er.Penb.d.....9?.: TThVownrY D
would that those conveyed to prison? -1'.Many:arrests. took that clauseof thecqnstitution poi
march upon the capital, but with State, and can only regret manded.ilder applieauon to,the'umleriigned,..,.wUI :be Mid for
. 4itflinished number The losses sus- hopes have.been 'BO sadly disappointed. place "$; : ,,' ,t- !i 'which'provides i; for'delivering, up .the..m:;: ... ,JAMES'LONCL'. "
I tamed j in the army by the return of yolttnteers The. rejection was based, :not upon .L"'- S 14-< :-' fugtive JDP'JUSIICe:;:' -Tlit; :tbrIght.: ; ck G ';it .!r.l y ,;1Brt.. ; -_ -S t: .- .
I, and the necessary detachments ,hostility to Gen. Taylor, butupoQ': :the, ,From-. the Harri8bufgPa.;, ):'''Democratic"r! -i.Z Union.*. ,;fuL'reniuJIOf. the'owne, t.'Isuldppibatclause | j-"ol' ._' "- S t .. : .,.<' :'" ".'

I t o guard the cities of Jalapa, 'Perole &. fear of the passage of:such'resolutionsbeing ,,SENATOR !fJ ION'S.LETTEI, .: ," f'jheconstituli6njan4; tqeacl;.f, 'of... O1T. : vrrtne ibIa.CoUfltysk>>>f a 'wiitof fenI, eiail'iso$g'Sa1e| !..r ram

J *nebla would leave tien. Sc..tt a force construed 1t an'approval of the. We firuHbo gLfbjouied' letter intheNl Cmig'r i! ljroFi'793Vwfecb"prijTid. !!!, ;l lpr JLJf 'Cobmhia.! c u i" ;.& of 1M'

I 'Mounting to scarce six thousand to war-:an absurdity ,so glaring, aito, be rristown i ReUteV!: :r; ;( iienf illdestDemocratic !} { delmvcritiUP- : 4--,Persons:held to, 'efTIc.or Slate( Flwda:'I:-i lM..jci'r bJic M!*: m "

I ce'upon the city of Mexico. simply ridicuo' s., The Whigs'. f.-the ,.papers; JQ :thSta"h.;. .\ is --S:'aborandtr1":'-;: ii act : f-tate; ':
I I t Santa Anna's whereabouts was yet South. ever' have approvedoF; the
I tei1ej in, mystery. The camp was'full of thewar.but. have felt 'b.dtp :;showing. very, cmicjusiyely'\ ,that Ifl:pr )n lq.'l i. .91!;! S rp !!! i nt 4 u ; thf.!.IowinV.d.'cnh'4' >r!roprty, :tn: triti'I1i '

i frurn ors. 'as'is always the. a5e.! of theses :maintain the,national honoron: the bat Gen. Tajflor. ,haajnJvalfinuy: with" thebnwcoijl't : In_ the-'co'nsututlOriand-' ; ;- laws.Ord18 I.-!< Urn- ;cEase.half of tht.''KasTaoartrr pFSectioii'15,Town

I PI1p! of'the Mexicans and' be,move-. ,i1 )field' when* | :J ba3'commenced) 5 and W)1i ::. f ft fty :r j't. !(,l I IJ"e 'ted"1 Stalest'- ;$'i.":_ *:W 1 t *rfinr 1 5 W 1ai4..i'-|**ltt'K*;>sa}:* ubject., c 7' J-a'hij'11i. 1V hip,t 6 qQ.,,Range"irfi.t.aWoRthf JAiSl.'EOIthS.SOUtb.So!t.jh'Wf if! urter, of sb.NWtu,4 .. '.

1 -'flents of political. and. military par-:: -no. ,partizanj? ;however snaiiielesi.'dare i : 1 I. g t i) ,, :' 1 'fl-" i ,'(she! ocernnr'sal.: !)') ) j- .ttomb-.W. muJ,"" .,

.ties.,' ; ',deny their having: .equally .borne'its r trials iVhTcs Jk ** as'a*fi 't'_ "''-Uj.av"' .a *<*"''.-1.V"'r'ropposetl D 1t: '' m1-:::h',4e iij i i ifb: : bo:1 ist !tK ):f' ,&'!..' J .'1'J", ,, "b'. 'G.,,.'.tft.Pit.-''' .]! ..;a.1 a--/;U : -

Th5 guerillas do not our. troops, and its dangers:wjthvtheir>Dempcra-: .i :and denounced.; This,.able :i6f ed 'riG\ V rnnf t.i d1l Jbrdho dti4 mndsjxry.acres., 5'firj
? "*- --5-) i"**i ; 'cOD .p'fOl'YI......rWjUiamuoa.&Q. ....J r.; ..._'of .
.11 Ieller wascalledV utl casual I. Iiii; f1iptiflh sdtutioU 1 ..
much trouble as was.'ariticipated.rare ; tcbrethren.-. ". ; . .- *:l+ ? SMassachusetts : : ; !(:f. ( 'y a con- '* '' -' : .. .ci.N1D' JavorpfJoJrnW.Pesn.t.. '.
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'*Th 1 piobIiI! Jf 3!PS $&,i.office a'ofancLmaisaere : f fry ; should recollect'thather ..yersatiHnrbyiwee'n.Grei ;\Caraerp !"and,. nowUndOr 'cotiSIdTat1Ofl,1.madecon' '4' : '- 1 3fcIr',l''..$'' :"f '. ; ., s; LFITZPATR1cZ.';" .. ;i.-.

: upon the iMexi-;. '.own- ; ra s;;iTraJMnsur lv/by:: ) heir 'tii; f 1idiWr2" "<" 4'-1' ::1f1' '::Re g1it r'; 'fel' ti'( ';\ i6 temporaneouywflhstsa) : option-:. .-'./ff.*, !k[-Vl.. ...-::,=t4ngator :;' :,;; Gat.., .}. ,....C... ., -.,\'r, --, ",:; .
*!1sthemseIves. : rKS* *J,, 'MWebM: ::;jntrduced the, ..thoearlypolitical! "ajjociations. ;ofcn. :.weU Bt: bythocurrcnt, ofpur. ,. qdsciaII ,.... .;;. May.;: nib,c 1847., ..,,'. t "..; ...' '.'..." .:..,-' ..
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I f B :Virtue:of an Enecutioni i tome: direciedIi u.ftf .., "" .. ., .. ,,. t : .<:, "" "
I, fromlie CircurCook'rur; .thecottniyorDtival ; vnssaS. BOLMES&CO.i7e rrmjii,4 ? : ;
! 1S < ), in the Eastern.Circuit of Florida,:infpfarsu- L '.; f'lrJ!tne1 .Ct.M. h n-al to L fij iT TVi11iwaebc. aiSSlSrli .
I partnerihip uwier.the: i1e'clf. "
., J'o -* i HWvAiWtawSffS
i ance of a.decree, of fltrecIomuriof mprlgaje' building' formeriyWupied th*.:.United Stsiiai ;
'dered of 'WRIGHTr & PONSETT' the Government.Building.Th> hIve .f ,'
by the late Superior.Court lh Astern : wn y- t.Cj ,tIM. ,
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i B .. District: ol('the' Territory nf'Florida, on'th. 16th, Haverentefl- < store- 'leeentlyr"copied' - r'Mf."Bi- added to' their stock; ;Iry rthfl';late:.rrift' mum:! t.t lV.It' ; !r j t' t "
! dy oMecember'A. D. 1841 in said county ofDtival ; : [New Ynrk'a, fun| 'a..ortmentpf Rry.Good
i : 't'4;: F BYTHE PRESIDENT THE in favor of John l'rief'.IM-I.' ',f> JaneStreeier. P; CUTf'patronage'who; and would desire now olirit that; portionof f;. .,-.Hardware 'Proviioniv! t .&.. &c.. which 'W'M;:F-'CR, BT'DD, .;1
; public to purchase
administratrixnf they ar mloceil prices.i A1TOINIY.AND; 41
UNITED and hgainst Abby Dexfer, are jrejuiredtoseII' t .co.vm

i ... .. STATES.. Horatio S. Dextr r, Thnma.D. Dexter! Dank GOODS CHEAP FOR ;CASH, 4 They>re'now'prepared' to...ircha*eCottPni, 1 Jadci. "aI"I'-... -;

j NiL Mi 4t of' law I JAMES K. Tresvant and Mary Tresvant, hi. wife. .They'are now receingind.wil1 keep constantly Hide *.:and:other,produce thai:
! 1 'k4 IN. pursuance I will. offer; ; at public'sale. (between the'lC5ii on hand, ageneiarassortmentof. "'. : 4. highestMarket:rate,*, and make_ cash.advances on .4 in ftt .h.LJ'_ .

f :' IVr.a ,. Pr sident of the United hours of sale) before the Court Home'at New. consignments! ?:r to:their' (friends in. Savannah.and L:1": f.) ..

States t of America, do hereby'declare. nansville, in said county nf Alachun. on'the FIRST: DryqoddsGroceriesBoots, Charleston New:York., .1 ,, -_-. .-,.- -- -. -' ...,. :'._ r.
! r m and make known that public sales will MONDAY in June next all that tract.of land Shoes; Hats '&c., jThey'.have a.,new 'article! of 'Wrought.:.IroaPloaghs E J' ''' 1 i

1 land belonging Horatio Si: Dexter, in the Alachua Which they pledge themselves to sell AT,,THE -to which:lliey,would, .respectful I ; call 'J.JVINGS'fo T:

f : ; be held at the undermentioned Grant h> contract. with F. M. Arrednndo &Son. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, as an.inducement the attention of Planners. -1. ATToa1Ey.AT:,r.i10

j offices in the State of FLORIDA, aj containing ontlhf.1u."nl.ix hundred ,iity.sixand for CASH' CC'TOM&RSIOC81I. and examine.':: Jnck i n.ille'Nnv.'e.; 4 tf 4-- ; "I'.aWWV7l11ll< 7. .' -

the periods hereinafter designated, viz : a third,.r..tt. that i i- to_*ay one.third nf two ,thousnnd Having come to the'determination. to .keepJKOBOOKS .- 'ViI1practsceCircuit. hi a Ji hCou! Or ; t
i: 1 four hundred ninety and three fourth acre and to buy their Goods principallyfor : Jl.fJ'lm j" ;". ,
;t ::, At tie land office at ST.. AUGUSTINE, com* T.Ma..h) 19.; .
1 T. ,
Watchmaker ned Jeweller.No. &"
conveyed to the said Horatio Si: Dexter by the the Cuh, th.\will enabled to sell them a* ,

; : mencing for the on Monday, the the twelfth public day lands of withinthe July aid F. M. Arredondn, junior, by deed, bearing CHEAP or CHEAPER they can be purchased 4 .'5 MitJt-STRJtiT. A .iJctJTVsATT0RN&Y rGJLLBt: :.
disposal -
P : next, elsewhere. EDWARD: WRIGHT !
date the 13th day ol'May, A. D.:1824. Respectfully inform the citizens
tt limit of the undermentioned township, 4 9 4. liD P .to ir .I.- ,
3 And eight hundred .and thirty .three and one Jacksonville and its vicinity,ihatjhe < ;
t to wit : third ncre*. the balance' of the quantity not conveyed .' B. Hides and other country produce takenin 1 $ :fan*,removed to t.be'house immediately And' Cftmiiision! } r of f De'd,# ,('J S'iir

M Smth .J Ski bate line and East of the principal to said Horatio S. Dexter in pursuance nf exchange fur,Goods. 4,' 1 adjoining the one..recently hectici!!, within and for th>StS. !atf' or ,

.i :.4iri, .1 meridian* the aforesaid original contract, containing in the J 4
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, # .? Town.hiptwenty-nne! of range twentyright..Township whole the quantity nf one thousand slit hundred office of the"Florida Statesman"'and is.now prepared W.' DOGGETTS"-'

! .z.4: 4 i .. twenty one and twenty two of range and sixty-m and two acre, lH"inC'thf' same tract BAPTIST''l'ELEGRAPH", execute, with"prompt itudeall orders connected

i *, I- **! twenty nne.Townthip. heretofore surveyed and set apart tn the.said Ho- 4 AND with the above line. $! .E: 'M 'l: N A' R'r.f

.t B. t eighteen and nineteen, and ectinn ratio Dexter.by Joshua A. CoWee yinr and Mhg FLORIDA 4 EMIGRANT. Mr; Grothe would also say that he nas determined ,

' 3 six. in township twenty, of range thirty. upon Hagtown Creek in the aid Alachun Grant. confine hiS attention. in future exclusively ,, 'TJUIEconmseof instriwtion 'po 'It'ft
'f: 'f: : Townthip eighteen nineteen and twenty one, The said tract of land will he sold to satisfy THE Subscriber proposes to publish in the I tn work';in ;these branches. He renders his: f nd..1 upon the'pct..
of the amount nf three thousand two hundred and Jacksonville Eat Florida month doetion and:anal.yy. Studeeu who
. .c i range thirty one. a thanks to the' many friends who have given him' art
,t: Township eighteen end nineteen of range sixty nine Dollar. and forty' six Cents, with interest ly newspaper, nf the above title. 'It shall b* neutral thenpatronage mists ,that hit exerriona hereafter 4 red,jo,eater collie,' may, here,' porw jC

:! 1 thirty two. thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum I in politics; shall contain general intelligeace. ) will be.,such a.'to merit' it. <, < site studies'. ;4hiia ,tbqs.ii ho ar' .*.B "'i -

\! t : Township eighteen, cf range thirty three. from the date of said decree until paid anti the and in Religion, shall be frank and explicit.. ,From l long .pnacti.e in hi*. business, he.feel!*, 4 for a profession can 'eecl suck bra cLef lIiIj'
NEWNANSV1LLE. sum of five dollar and sixty two cents cost, and The will advocate thefnithand r r bet stilt their onject in lifr. .
f t:tp J At the land office at commencing paper practice himself competent tn give satisfaction, and 1 hi*.
II ; on Monday tho nineteenth day of July charges recorded in said decree. the: Baptist denomination in the United Slates' charges 'will be moderate and a* reasonable'a The regijlatinnff.nl the i ipstitottmi |rf(starf.

rg is next, for the disposal (f the public land within THOS. C. ELLIS. Sheriff.Newnansvill and shall bo particularly devoted tn the interest I. the-North 4 4 !\jtl!; the single I de,ign nf.n moiiiig)tk nu.l]( .

t\\ ; ; the limit of the undermentioned township and I *, April 16th 1347. 5t of i he Southern and South Western States. The N. B.' Clocks and ,Watches repaired in the best al. !and moral advaNmenlof nw bWi,< .

wit secular and Religion improvement of the peoptw! The discipline! intended tn l I' )
F 41t fractional township to : manner, and at the.shortest notice. .lrietJri fflli
Sheri 's Sale.
Alachua County of Florida, it shall consider it* obli Jacksonville Dec. The'Preceptor desires tn rnllivate, wkb
paramount 26. 1845.NOTICE. >
!: LQKth of the bate line and East. of the principalmeridian. BY virtue of the power vested in me by I law, I I gtiun.To reprove vice, tn promote virtue, to el I pill, habit of kind ami familiar. btercimnf-;
! hall for sale in front of the CourtHouse ._ "
expose evate the mind 10 Ihf" w f.hipoftn<*true GOD, and influence!! them rather by ah apal| ".
.' 'XI Township nine of range fourteen. d""r{ ;in the Town of Newnanvie.|| on' the the flhas lul.n or Copnrlisersblp.IIECOPARTNERSHII' principles'! nf the heart than
to impiovn worrlly coadilioa of mankind, will'I by sevii,4.
Fractional township twenty seven twenty of between the hours heietnforeextineunder
lij vI :; L second Monday July next be it. foalnres. grarefolpunishment. '4.
td tight, twenty nine and thirty, on the main land, nf ten and two o'clock, so much of the undivided loading. the firm nfWM. SWAIM & SON. 4 An accurate or hit :
TKRMS Fortwelve account I ,
i F R OKK TEAR:- copies, $Io; drlinClWtJ
4 firu f'n. named was dissolved on.the 21"t nfjtly last the "
: ; frange interest of the following person in and to by scholar and aIM
I: ida $5 $1. Ad ry nf the decree efiskp1
copies ; one anc* ,
( copy payment
and township ; itrtusjri
decease nf Ih"'lIoiel
Wm. Swami and
,i 1 Townshiptwenly a certain tract or parcel of lard known a* Ir. will t. in all the hominess ; a of which |
expected copy account
: I '? >; thirty five, on the main land of range sixteen. Alachua Arredondo Grant, a* will satisfy and pay .A letters addressed cases.Ir to the Etliter, must i i. now, and wi be in future, con.turr by the with ,the regular term bill, i
t :W Township twenty 'P\". n, and fractional town- the Stale and County tax due on said interest for Su1icriber, his tad the oej'rharge| of the or guardian, who tfntr',

:: ; : q ; ships thirty three and thirty hve, on the main land, the year 1846, and all legal costs and charges of bePa-Ipnd. manufacturing of the.Panacea and Vermifuge for parent TERMS FOR may df'Jllr..Uo V'
N. B. The first number will be issued on the 4 A SMS to* Of.TWIt'1 W llt
of seventeen. nnd about the advertisement and sale the last fouiteen jear*.
range therein,
Hither Branches .
first in June
l'J /rf! Tuesday next.JAMES $8
= Township twenty even, fractional township wit The Panacea as usual in round N4
; to : MCDONALD. Editor. Blanches
; 1'- ) thirty two, on the main land, and township thirty The interest of Jpromp} Johnson or N. Well Jacksonville. Fla.. April 30ih 1847. Inntle. 'fluted longitudinally, with the following Latin and Greek Classics, extra. 7 M "

three aud thirty five, of range eighteen. The interest nt William Thorn. -4-- letters blown on the glass:-' Swaim's Panacea, Leon
in French
b Townships thirty two. thiity three, thirty four 4 DR. AMBLER, would I Philada.," and the given at the request if M
.:i The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor. II only.change made il then.nt' rent*. 4 .
I4 ;; and thirty fire, of range eighteen. The ipteiest nf John R. Towntend. DENlIS give notice that he ha of JAS. SWAIM stamped the, sealing wax. Any pupil withdrawn from the School

iI Lands appropriated by law for the The interest nf John M. Seaman. located himself in Jacksonville and written. on the label covering the cork. and anew end of the session befadi
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other The interest of John N. Sayer. in the practice of Dentistry and having label for the side of the bottle, composed nf except reason *.4"
t: use of schools, military, or purposes The interest nf Roger and Price. other business interests in the place, intends .to geometric lathe work, comprising nine differenttiles Principal approve. will he required lonexpired k..

::4j44: : will lie excluded from the sales. The interest Cyrus Perkins. make it his permanent winter residence, occasionally which have been turned for the exclusive use No deduction pnrt ofthilceminii.

V :ItI The sales will each be kept open for The interest nf Ichabnd Prall. visiting ome other places in the vicinity, in of the (proprietor, by Draper & Co., bank note.engraver a InJpH -"C'-Joual will be Hliseiice.made in the In charge pSia"

, K*: two week, (unless the lands are sooner TbeintemeatofAaron Peck. thin way securing to the commnnity the genera,) of PhilI t"lpltia. Four 'diem of dif.rll traded ficknes. reqtiwing'the rates.: i
The interest nf Mnrdecai M. Noah. adcantages. permnnerit residence.All form the nf the work, pupil l
and and pri- pat..rnl body Ib. drawn from the
: -* disposed of ) no longer, no School, deduction .
proper "
, The interest of Israel Frost operations in Dentistry performed and I centre i i. a portrait mfihe late Wm. Swaim. separated made.

t 1 J rate entries of land, in the townships The interest of Noah Jnrvis. warranted. from the holder by two circles of la.h.

; 1 so offered, will be admitted until after The interest of Mnrdecai Myers. .T"' 'ih set from a ingle one to an entire *et.Nov. work. Thieworis"Siiaim's. Panacea,'' an en an Patronage unqualified i*confidence solicited from in none, who,.?!:
I .'1i ; the expiration of two weeks from the The interest nf the heir nf Alexander Muir. 27.40. tfAdministrator's graedconspietiriu.dyon( two tin ned 'strip. and a rity nf the PrincipRL. ability and: :
said sales. The interest nf Frederick Mnrquand.The 'large *emi>circular die form the upper marin.The .- The 4
commencement of Notice. school is now in a flourishing con : q interest of Gilbert Lewi border are nf lathe work y
composed plain
; Given under hand, at the city of] I I. hereby given to creditor end The btiildinj; i* a large cnrnmodumJ1-'' *-,
my The interestof Bloodgond and Thomas Tilliston. I NOTICE of strip outside wf which is engraved in small letter.
this sixth day of April entitled to distribution in the Estate the of the structure, recently erected by Florida Lndrt.Ii
Washington, And aloo mi ch of the undivided interest nf r i entry copy-wrigiit. 4 I. of I. O. O. F. :;

t Anno Domini one thousand eight hun the sameaid Grant ofthe following named person :! nf John Week*. deceased, and to all person who JAMES SWAIM. The J location is one of well known 4 : Q

a* will pay the State lax for the year 1845 may have any claim*or demand whatever against Philadelphia, August, 1846.SWAIM'S i .aluLittl ,
and ofaccss.
dred forty-seven. easy Board tie nbtaiiied1 tllirt
interest in aid-estate that unless the may
tir he .
t and the State and County tax for the 1846. '
the President year nnnbe| rale in re. !>Ie families in lln"
t .4 : ; By : and all legal COILS and charges in and about the: exhibited or deposited within the period of two CELEBRATED PANACEA.FOR prria ,"

iJ tO; Y JAMES K. POLK. advertisement and sale thereof to wit: years from the 21st dRY October. 1845 they will THE CORK. OJ Scrofula, Geneial Debility, JackwnvifleE.F.. Mardi27tb 184S. 5;;

I \ RICHARD M. YOUNG, The interest A. D. Forest. be barred and! that I will apply tn the'Judge or White Swelling, Rheumatism of -
Di"(81"1 the United
General Land Office. ; States lUaU.
Commissioner of the
t'1 Probates of HiUsbnroush County on the fourth Liver'and and .
I The intereatofi. Delnnn. Skin all Di. e arising from Florida anil Sxvaunah; l
, ( The i interest of John Rod mltn. Saturday in October 1847. for a final discharge Impurities nf the Blood, or iliecfT.ct. of. Mer ,Crrek. Mandarin. Jacksonville
4.f1 NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION The' interest ; CLAIMANTSI Mart Rnirxwirk' .
Oar P,. (
t.3 ? Every per*'!n entitled to the right interest flf T. Dnremu WILLIAM WEEKS. Adm'r. SW AUI'S PANACEA .been f,r more than the U. S. Mail lie iti'g
In I aSo\e
i 4! 'to any land within the townships) above enumerated The interest &the heir*Thomas Dexter. Tampa. Dr,. 25. 1846. 6m IWf'ni-f\'p year crMirated in tliMmoniry mid in : place .

l ., : ts required t(, establish the same to the salt*, The iniwert .tf J.Su\'dam. 4 Administrator's Notice. 'Europe i,* "extraordinary curt---for the certificates MATTHEWS.Tlw.rejiiUi packet .': ....'

I' faction of the Register and Receiver of the prop. The interest B.*njiimin L. Waite. MONTHS after dale. I sloth present m> nf which .i* male tn ti..eli.pelinn. ..i"'f, hn. been P. McNehy.MJnW: .
,( !t':1;: ; .c .-r land office, and make phyment thprefiir. attoon The interest .If Barnahn* O
; at practicable, after seeing Ikit notice, The interest Shiven Parker. he estate nf John Moore, late of Duval! county the Puimrea.Il ,.nrnply furnished Aid '
> |l"'lnl.l. and br i marbi..
i ; i: t 'and before the day appointed for the commencetnent THOMAS C. ELLIS, deceased, to the Hon. Judge of Probate for said ha* Ix-en u ed in hospital nnd private I.rclk murh improved. A, f.r arronimodatjon and .t

I : of the public calc of tlu.lanlll embracing Jan 8. 1847. Sh'-riff and Tax Collector. county, for a'final settlement of said estate and and haft'had tim singular, f ituiic "f being recommended -. fort, slip cannot be eoa
*nrr>n *"l .u iis
.t % tract claimed ; other such cUim will be for. "hall at the nme time apply for.letters of di.mi,- by ,the mOl celebrated |>h>sicians.and route. Thu boat will Hrrive.ai by JIDV oa
Tax Collector's Sale.By Snvan.ab %
> (. inn n!Mich Hilminisirator, of which all ol her eminent Among by : P
ferllll" |
> virtue nf vented in law I pproh4lD- IIbl' Thursday morning beforetlir aeputvm.of
RICHARD M. YOUNG authority me by W. Gibson M. D.
terested in said estate are desired take notice. Profcoor Surgery Pa. line
daily nf
- .v : j Commissioner of the General Land Office. have levied upon the following land, -vix: April 947. JAMIS'ACK :R. Admr. 'University. ,steamers for Cliarletla, nfcicfc Irut.
; evening.
1 April 23. 48,000 (forty eight thousand) acres, --returned to : Valentine Mott, M. D., Pmfeor of every
1.1. :_ : m. by the AtI eHi>or, ns that part .if the ArrtW..ad.t. Administrator's Notice, 4 N. Y. University. Surgery Also passengers wuhin* to take passage i*..

jr f' In Circuit Court. uriitit u lying in the county nf Marion. I .SIX MONTHS after date, I ball make appli) W. P. Dewces, M. D., Professor hri'.." barque line ,which leave Satannabiwuj

;.Ik3 ".. EASTERN CIRCUIT or fLORI .. Also, 320 (thiee hundred and twenty1) unrei, to the Honorable Judge of Probate for Pa. University Midwifery, Thursday arid Smnidny for New Yk..f'ff;

I.pa:L. County nf Dnval: In Chancery.JehnC. returned by the Assessor in the name of PatrickR. the County nf Nassau, for a final settlement and 'N. ; nrrivnl! of the St. Matthews from Florid.
M. D.
Chapman Professor
.:tV.t.: Pelot &Ch., H. IVIm, ) ticket. allowance my accounts and vouchers as Administrator University. Physic, Pa. Pa wnfer., with: their baggage all! bt tV

,:: .; :, ;.: Administrator of all and singular Alga, 790 (seven hundred and ninety) acre, on the estate William C. O'Neill, late T. M. D. President 4. -bourd nfeiilwrInv, reqiirvd..

: 'H'\ '.;: the Good and Ctll".lt,RiglatIRlid Bill for Proruta [tax for 1845 paid by Col. Rawls,] tnx du i for nf said count). deceased, and for a final discharge Parley College Physicians, The a l!ve hunt will leavt* all follow*: ,

S.1'r.;.t. Credit of.J amel D. Pelot, dectased. : I dUtribution A. D. 184($. returned in the name of Kmgxley B. from my Administration on said estate. Philadelphia.Dr.. Professor Medicine Havana. 4 Leave PilntL every TiM, lay,A..M, at 8 0PicoUta ?

-'J: .t. ..!":, if Giltta; locality unknown no numbers returned by WILLIAM WINGATE.Adm'r. Jose Val. da Luz U .:
4 'it'"t' v*. : assets Fax As8e..&or. Nov. 131846. 6m' Lisbon. Professor Surgery,, BUck Creek Cf P.M. 3'.
't"'r ,". '; of Estate
.. ;;': Herman Hooker &Charles Byington &G.&C. I shall ofier for sate, within legal hour..tiJrfure Executor's Notice. J. Chipman. Member J..knnviJ/e. 4' nriht. 12 :-

g lOt f' a* Hooker & I Uyington : I"aRC I nnd for an the Court House door in Ocala{ on the first Monday SIX MONTHS after date, I shall present my London. Royal College! Surgeons, freight or passage,.apply to Capt.'M 9tfyt

: : '" ,tlf.- ".. N. Rudnn, William M. RI..d.an Iujunction.Baggm.as the Gui day nl Sejtiember, next all o( the above : .. and voucher, as Executor nf the estate G. W.'Irin:, l late Minister to Spain. 4 on board or toJOHN

.' !( f' Charles F. Leeds & James B. de.cribed land, or as much thereof a. will 4 nf Mary Fernandez, fate of Nassau county ,Sir Thomas Pearson, Major General) BOSTON,

.. .li Risdon, Leeds & Bag., J be sufficient tn satisfy the amount of 'tax due the deceased, to the Hon. Judge df Probate for said Army. British Ar"'nf'SeYlIl; d..

ur ; III eto al. creditors, &c. &c. State of(:Florida for 1845,,together with the amount county for a final settlement of .aid estate, and Robertson, British,Consul FERNANDEZ & BISBEE.
J Gilhr ,&c. &c.
having been made in appear to the lati fac- due the State, and county of Marion, Inr'thp yearA. shall at the same lime apply for Letters of Dismis also' the wonderful' Agents,Jacksoarifla-

,IT of thi Court by affidavit, that everl of Di 1846, and all legal cn>u. that'may accrue Mon a* such Executor, nf which all person inter SwaimV Panacea have for cures effected by A. coy ,

'the Defen I
led i in the above entitled cans reide out of the Ex officio Tax Collector. for Marion. Co. JOHN .L. VILLALONGA, in. form,, and dO. not en steamer SARAH 'SPAI.DlNG*
\ State of Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of Afarch 5th 1847. 6m January 15. 1847. Executor preparation tllin.tfuf,it'may any being an innocent! in cnnneriinn with thi ; li>' EnieTpri-**.
given most tender i in
this Court, Therefore on motion of Giegory -. NOTICE ( .b ,Lnkn.Monrce. one",'huhdre,?:.andiItifnt t1-6-_

Yale, Esq., Solicitor for aid' Complainant. Levy CO':1nty'Sheriff's'Sale. ALL PERSONS having claims 8g&insube es ant.Negroea who are confined in large number on above P..II J tLa nr> dip x Sr. John's- riYf'r.'S"p. .
IT IS ORDCKSD, That the-onid Herman Hooker WILL l be old, on lie first Monday in January ofSamuel_ He son, late of Columbia plantation in hot climate,are peculiarly' liable to 121846.Florida ." '

_ _ aftd Charles Byingion, a* Hooker & Bvington ; (1847.) between the hours at* 10,&2'clock County. deceased, will present them to,the Subscriber such form ufdimease. arising from a vitiated tate and -,

_4_ Is&cN.Ri don, William M. Rudon, Charles F. on that day, the South Weil Quarter of the within the time prescribed by law, [two iheblund and a want of eleanline and 4 4- $avacBafePacket. '- _. .

Leeds and James B. Bagg, a* Risdon, Leeds & South West Quarter nf Section 7, Towniliip.) 16, yuan.] or..they will! .be forever: barred;:and all I of 'food. 'Thes'diseases tfO frequently regular variety ..- T

-'i. Biiggs; H. G. O. Babcock; James B. Morgan ; Range 19, and the North West Quarter of the those indebted to said estate, are requested to practice at defiance,'and render t heir 'miserable T1Ire1n1irSteamPaekWW,
Henry Bacon; John Mallpry; Chester Bishop &' North %Vet Quarter of Section 18. Township' 16, mskepa'menito W. H. ROUSSKAtj, victim both uselessand eXl"'nlliVftlulhf'irma.lt'r. St GASTON,'CartrJWfr;tf Wv

tt1 ,Jacob Gutteison, 8IJ C. Bisbee & Co.; Amos P Range 19,South and En-t containing 80 ncrr*.or 4 4 Administrator. 'I .ihaj planters would study ll.irown.interest five at rieul.I."PfJi 4ti!?* ,
1. Shumway and other, be required to appear and a. much a*:will satisfy the taxes due on, the alOe Little River Fla, March.26m;*1847. 2m '. well aMhal humanity, by keeping. as ing. ai,9;A._ M. on each t week"and' l.iJl'.*"* ?J*
Biwerai l Bill of Complaint within four month. always _P. M., fi Savannah, via Mandarin,t I arM*' ',
1 for the present year (I 846,) .it.h.all I costs and ,.xI'PnllPI suf-ply of Sw iin'a Panacea,'which lie
; : 4 NOTICE appears to st.
.r, the same will be taken as confessed against accruing for. advertising same. The the only thing'"hieb''cao'b Mary, allother' immediatf'srrivip f IsRp4'
.. I MONTHS all tor.dte>.I ,shall relied on in 'aacl f in 'w.nftab-.ar".oO
them. SIX prenentmy;
nhove named land situated in
are fittvy.cnnntyon case*;
Iris FORTHiR: OtiDauD.That a of this Ia and .voucher*, as.:.Executor of John ,f;'.l ltPn"rtror;( ,. inksvs&fl .,4.
_ I copy lie Vitbll\C, -bp; a short distance above th well ,Th retail price,ha* been reduced : ra.K-.1 (
Order duly certified hy the Clerk of thin Court, be known'place called Fort Clinch, and owned ami Brown Honor late, of' Nassau 'county, deceVsea" tit the 'las and Fifly C-rnts JaolI.| to'pM1 Joi! .4 beevening inbu'daily.iine.SttUff'.5
in within ihdKaitern the Jiidge""nf1rbbat* <;( aulcoonly ; per | (containing thiee Th Gaston: ineohnect: ioa V VMH TVWiuhbmit
published some Newspaper printed ; nm
claimed' by James .Ly ch.and .hounded by U..S. for final hslfpintijurtbreetiotte* for Four OolUrs! : :
settlement of ;
a said '
of Florida week ; emtate', and shall : .L & \Vild".' nrWU-.r.rit\f1 1
Circuit once a consecutively lands, unless there have been land at "ALSO.S\VAIM.8VERMUc'UGE ,
j t p for four month adjoining The above lands will be sold purchased at- the same time Rpply/or.LpUpr.,nf Dismission as' 4 .nA\\valuable Family Medici ; .New',York,'op which. :on'Je*TeeTfrjcjjli ...
such h Vin/j.
THO. DOUGLAS "Kxecutor'of which i ) all! {Aryansinterested! in / a aujhlr aniproveA ;-ntorning.. _
Judge. the Court House of Levy County. (E Daniel' ? 4- St. :,
< ]. said. .tatf, desfred to take,notice. I remedy foptall| dblf'!!! analog front. ,D>hil-I CastOQ does:not rfu'f i4. kcrr'Ie .
S I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of' said Court, do W D. ANDREWSShenffandTax r JOHN'A.CAVEDO 4 itt4thte! } DigestRe', .Organs, such ftllV tl. -

.1 t Jiereby certify,the.above' ,to be a true copy of an .Collector for Levy- .county.- March 12ihf'1847? *;, .> '> Eiecutor> -6m 1-: rraJ\lorbll.'. Dy..ntf'ry '" "anti AgllfI, ,r Bleedinf II..Ch r'way"to'f. N Savanaah"JE8:0pP"ACKETS.; ;. 4 h '.
: I, Order made and entered of record in the October 23.1846, 'Pile! Sick Headache ; .
duty Above ,. . ,&& &c-.' See jhe namr.l. ,. ,
c; t1j $ entitled cause on the seventeenth day of Ky The IIb ve' sale is postponed 'to'the lit ;1 VNOTICE.[ .' 4 *-" *, 'let(which. ,may be bad '|-" The ve ele nmporn; !ibU LtiwilEbi
: Arrit.A.D.1847. Monday February next; Jan"15, 1847 ,'A A LL' ;persons havingjiemanda.:against'thejE*: I.Vermifuge, accompanying be despatched; regularly every Mommy s.iUIr tl
j I ,4J if': t.r PeuPrDaIztetjaueufCnmbia| 4 ,Brir CLINTON..T.Lvnu.mutmr;June,11.'
C3: The above sale i il po.tponeadlQ..the first ; ; ; ;i (Prepared'.at Swaim's '
CuuntydPtNseil Seventh JJfii'AUGUSTA, J\\" M., Sherwood *
f wilIprsentihe : m
Febl2 'Street
Monday in March next. same;within! [ Js .,
< L.S.i hereunto Itt 1i4nd. and affix the ieal belowChenutPhiladelphia; ,'and fo'r'iale Juii2& 4 ,
my ..ix-mO1th.
$ of said 07 The,ahove sale it ,postponed to the first to the sutisiriberi or'they"will! bebXri by all re pec table'Drike* i }.t.in the United ,
f vv** % States. .
:. Court.OSCAR March 26ih;1847. ;d forever. % .' ;t. ".,' :- \ ; N w bark VERNON.W. ElIfo"lDI .,-*
Monday inJu17rti.
m 0 HART, Clerk. . dAGENIS. ,
)j *:- ? A.l m r.JafVf
York H;: .
:i April 23, 1847. '4m.; ; Scbi.fi.hjn& Co. I IJ .
i ,''inl"i 7BniJXACT,J.,nhnsnnatssiJu1j,14
4.' FOBISAJLE; p' l' 4 >,A tratorEx ffici .i London; ,Eng.-rEvans &Leiclie'r"Havwa 4 ,4, ** T
AIti '- : ; ongjBXCECC.; SliJitb. maieV,7; .1i f
[JgSUI3SCRiflEftofer.frafIeal'lrnifins Feb. 191h,1847.. V 'finvNOI ,
f NOTICE. t .LI ryOOI"" Enr-- : v_ '
'& J
tract thti po. Jf. ; These 'vessels commanded by netfT f I Iexperienc "
Leuudwith ihs.nn.ituaI.d
., t ; bnildnga i ICET .. .
A LL persons indebted to the Estateot Janes \' : ,. ,. : Mlitu't.! e,'.ho will oie "
"II at Dsns' Point, T iI the finort Jnhns; Lie ;, ? t- : .rrttr'.Is.ngiru ,
p'rJl.nr Vshparauso..Alx.Cros J" .
ba'sq, .' ,_
4 la Carutheri, deceased,are requestedro: demands"jIajnst i ibfe. ?,". .?', .. .
forwartl andhakeimm t ii le payne,i, and those about 12 mile! fronvJacks*nville.i iTJiM building :tate oJnbnC.( : lydfl(itg or:Citumbl 'BoenosAyre: *...OJ H8y(&tCo." < ._ "". :, ..They,will! jail cflforabfr.aPPiI4d'r, 1.e&aes'betowed1 .at.,4' 'aJi_'
I wjncioally.
xl I hou of one.Mory lathed 'f .
'having demand will render them :comprise a go< dwelling. ,.I County! ; deraed, ;will I present the'same' 'within .St. thoma'rrA H Rhiij. -. { 4.t .
iircording : .
4 tpJaw. .a 1'a Steamboat. .
.. ELIZABETH.CARUTHERS and, pMterfd together with i everal put linuiies; six months_ .loi _;subcriber, ,.oAh.yjll be ba 'Cinton-iJ 'Swords.l 4-' 4 4 '
I ; ( r; 't GEORGE-HOLME
: ;
4' lamVcbntarhs1 I crei.Tbshuitioi1 ; 'v '
andjlie tricl fiftf one .
r.I -- S ) ,
: 'rQ ndjjIslM1s..E L : .
Administratrix i on the: Ettste of .I ii elevated led healihyi 1lt io orey.r.'THOMAS'JrFITZPATnrCK.: ;Calcutti Benson V f -' :.AleJd. 'JKk .
anyone r-Hurn{
\ James CtruUiers,deceased. ; ,- gle& "
: F a f'P"'
I Heiliou* pulchattng a good farm..the place .t nMtrabVk '. Aii i ; JJ8.47. : : 'J' ? .
O1sbumpka'Marion. Fla. /ir" 4 ) offic5o; .
1L : .
1 county t will 1 b e sold at ft bargain! ,* ,.i .-.?.-.I ,;: .AlligatorFeb19th. 187.'. ,; i 4 :_i/' q. ::t-o. .f' to B. K..CRR-'CO.A&rst. ; ,
; 'April.16>h. 1847.. f (8m".f; __' .6m':4,. l.t lf1S181S., (
: _. '_ '? ; h1t /.;,JHNRIETTAYBARNARD.: : J : II 4 4 : :EXeCfltorsWotIce1: .:. ,_ : .
; i. f' 4 --4 '
: '< '
: !
; JE < Jt'; 'f NOT.CEi : 7TZJ '. L.tiLL'I'J : ; .
Mirc126ihl847 ,1f"-
.- 'f' "' fJaeltsenviIl' 1aviaoy 4esndsjgja.
; /WOTI JB '.4 4 .ATTiehii.4: ; ; ; ; ;jiaviiig! demands -c.'nlt.the.1| <, .- "': .i ", NOZICE.I .' "i',t' :..tl.Jaf: !,%Vullnsm! ,.Boyd.: Ill' 'Of i. Beptiicounty tIjeEstite will;pteasa'pres ,ni.Ihentwlthoufdelny! ) .w r( ea' ,. .qqNt; # nr., !. ( J1of.
'" } ; ; tn1 ,
; : !! ;
J law of Colombiac : #
.: Johnson IXMONTHSssftrr iiatw. I, will'nreyenrmyvfiiiaVnrniuht ) : cI a'M-wIIi I.e.ntthpa; 4 "4'4- ;-4 \ CHARLES" '" 'aerouats wOllef.,,,a. .amrAfJlt8t! .
onty, dwatiid.,;.r/bervby miiifii''.t tnfiTjem and vouchers- in the'.nort.,'J'ftljef .:' ',:ttb. ira': ure.rI.s'd b ;f 1gw'tIe"iubwibrg'vii ; Q : f' '. 4 :.(.:..I' WELLS' iaa, tbf nrouaty. R fMr'I_ ,t.I\.l t *'

W ibAdninI1irawr\ of said estate, wiihlI'twdfears P 1uIi1i f ie, Ui':ioM I nfibr OrtnVind'j riiyf..r: !! *it.--d-*. Hl thos.- -rr indebt 3. ; oc1/ .lothraaldEiiiate j r. wilt I' ', ';t._',.' i' .4sR.-MALwrty:3:, : : ." 4. .!deceased. to ;th' *' H.,.Judge PfFo** *
3 ) from bPd iit"lllIi.ed.rgrtkhev 'ill'ieTprew ".. is as'Admlftistnitor bonlanon: m the ; '4 ; ; -Xr .. cuton. t f for:**ul.ntj' for :final I ( l Ji[ |W '
,ar rar! ,_ : 'wiijwikepajmmtio\:.,i--- ..-t9 :,'r .l.J f r vitr. MarchIe1817.: '_ : f ; : ( ;.aftieme f '
sft.riurid.,3strid. r1 d alllhnse!! fme! !. | .} stst.3 of,,J. ui&K. W: MI.rlI't !,lt e_'I'. 4J! 'f,. AL r I --I. .' .-: ..1" 4t. ,4. ":, j:+ 4 a".aM UMiJN iaBvliiirpiiilfsVrWgfl'!
'i 'I
: %| lFCtAilRiBd: '
ed tw'1 s d'eftaieBre ft"IIO'Irq |o make payment Oran.ctt,..Jltlfot qb"rouftM. .,.'. ( < .' .. -: t" ? -4 : "._ "._ '! : DAt i ; ,, '" ". : .1'\\m.t :''Im'm-rrmPrn'O'H'Iif' i" .d.4..t.-; ai,iiirfi ttWrfffiMm lit Kwn.'intere.ted
I tiW. .'"-- ,d GREEK. 'JOHNSON. .,' Adn'r t ,.;. j." '" "j..4-: ,r.. EStBMOND$11817k {T >1.' ILlr:. :AJmintiiorn4' 4 ,r"d CAaK-'r lo'l'.1.'t"&J1-\ ,ti: Yi v.: oW .. 1gf:'" 4 ) : ;iiMitrF{ .,',,rt.'ri AiJ J to late

I Little, River, April23, iSij ,?.. ,' ',' St" M f!' 8J Ode b'W, : \!ijU .it i i'&;:,. Dti:1't i.4 1 'i :4 r.;. ",, ;,' :'-r riiRi" ".:bet1o,4) '."d'J'fi otrrttn; : :" A .JthR J '.,
: Ta' "l. 'n'f' '
: !- '. 'h \ ': 'j' : "n'J.'f' ,,: :, .- -. 1..!' ''Ct'-. ',". 'P,' '.", 4_,.'. 4'.f c:.. ,.,.".. ,,. > (' '.di', ,'.' ...:'.1.lall ..!t .",_ : : Oc.16.1846T ; 4. 4- : ;I '

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