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: June 4, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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to Jn1 traiimitted.ith{ not marked will the num ha el illuiitnntis author of the follow. nU4.upportJih.my, : power. r to,: carry" this : tlii$ Cu i ril. "i e .ibD:'- cr': el t lad ;on Kearinrg\lheoffer wagef/and !
,f..jVzPente until forbidaRd If the .j > JOt< the noise of:the''icidesibj ICJi imt ...
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from the planint eTect( !Itrains' froma thousand '
reqaired. awake trompeU'were1
cuuM sjtimberof It : '
or insert'r l inn letter '. 1in'i u'rri (I mjt. : simultaneous: exclaimed,J i in[a'voice:of .
for.7FivE abroad over the iur- d, &c. .breathedoyebts ;.But..tnIC1an: r
r.blrred will be charged for all announce- death ..,11'1I1k, '. grave : ;
," suppressed excitement bat raited.to its e:
dnU' nhr.e. would he be. (- ,' ,:.Gp: WASHINGTON..MV. this'.i i imposing ,. ,
or-did.r.e. for $10SK.'srf 00 face of thi* country,. gratified ./. '-t "J' -. !', mockery, thepobehearted.PoleLwas -i :high- 'ij.pitch-: c. S::*>>
.I"nts :' Months. : of affair f Mr. JAMES ANDUts. without .
N.-i not some5neere:
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10 the '
cVedito'r. present
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ole : 'S S ) :' : :il Yoa'da fob!), you!". Why tdtdn'tu'stake .
tic' 5 OIJrr and pn- mourners. His few followers
'- for Letters. of Administration Would he find the Aame'put.lie S '
.Apr4kIti4)fl All reI'CIous i ot"icet wan b.inserted gstuij:3 1lue that exited when he and LAST STRUGGLE: 'NO",DfcA'W'Of M'An. :who S !had'batileclltly' ;hii1 idet; "the > : 'all 'the money: vegotjowluzd. -- .; '
vat 9
cu.11. communicition. will his rtwayed the ,affairs of SH At. POMATOWSKt: t la t,pressed. in'silencoaroand, his coffin:;. G: e-Ilng of.Sundvvmcsi : "
personal compeers ,
jKlmUsable ) 1. v-j 1
,.rhlrtt.d: .All aavertemPfltI. *' Stat / and guided our liul.8. barque The allies brought to tWr encounter S ana S\ WithtCari'itr ming downtheir. :. i' S c L ,: S- j itie'

itT A A for Job Printing.must!b. paid through the! storm of the revolution 1N.I 'at Leipsie nearly,thre'hand red'thou faces reached out their hands to,touch- ,t& 'Wedding* Party PQi& natd.-At, ..

"SJU r.ommltokln.the wnrk. molt be addressed '" Every American conscience will sand men,-and.thi rteen huodred cannont thepaII!;! T rlai;: bte, Priniethey'th : rWcddingfattold Mr. Wilkinson's. jn. '

GiLtTTk HAZ/ARP. >,-<.-g' p&id.jJyAI5TIIOIUTlT:. answer NO Even \WaohiiiBMii himielfi while Bonaparte 'had.,but f, i e'hYDdran4 ')oved--tb 'Jeaa had fol1edILndh Shelby. l ,county, Texas, -'lj.} the'jnTijted' ; '
with Aw eagle I viiion wonl(| hardly; he; twenty, five thousand.,."+and V-/seypn->* 'th ft! ( b lr yal ) ; only' : 'gaes.ts were' poisoned,- including, the .

III..lea *m*.. t' the able to recognize many of the ancient i hundred and fifty cannon.. The' l latter.were. hope of'Poland' 'cold and .stiff in death' bride's-rqaid! t'and f groomVman.f>- Thirwy .' :

M0 .r .ai.h.BM. *.t all. TweaIY.NimIh1 landmarks. But herwouldfind the integrity drawn uff '.Leipsie/' with: r-die teaVs thoxe xvarriors were worth' | bot'of, "''poisOned! Dr, Sharp aafyV- "

,vc.ud..Jre... of the Con*titutXonYfclready in-- thejcity and 'the-riverEUter/lyirig;jn more- 'than)al1the"pompand; ; magnfi.cence.impertal '*all certainlydiei.' Tea on twelve .are.c,; S 1

railed byradfcaifsm. 'and the madne.esof the rear-awaiti&g. the 91pl.h, ,i immense pnde haagnthered: round .already ..dead including two"'tens';of'preacherBritphj 4.S

TREATIES.iDDlTION'AL ".rIY-Ii multiplicity .of shades, nf religious host that was.moving to the attack that bier,' and j honored; the'patriot;for j two a.t1ebeirp-oD

I AR flCJ.E- TO THF CON VEN.lION I Ii belief unknown in his ..day and '1 At 9 o'clock, the battle" t openedl whom//they' \Avere?shed,more.than royal S a'yoang rna'n. the_other a young woman,\ 4 'i
i KOR TUB: SURRENDER OF CRIM 1.i here and there rank infidelity) .ia inl I .ana' nearly haifathifliduiof: : men" "engaged < :eplogies splendid pageants.v sf oneofthe Slaugbtenasndbiawile, _The r

i i ISALS BETWEEN: : THE UNITED UF NOVEMBER STATESANDKRVNCEOlf the place of all beliefs-a world. full of in mortal omb t 'The's eneat f RAISING T" ;\YJNQ. bride and groom with, their/ family'escaped -

1 THE 9TH nice ihemies,and senseless abstractions, this moment:was indescribably,;awful- : The.Boston" Post.J** gives l the #" F* I I ,. yet ooe.ot..- the bride'.- aia. died
I W nnsnstained too of following in the'House. Old 'Wilkinson has absconded nj :
FKBflCART 24. 1845.i of gulden precepts the whole plain i was..black with the.moving Peti !
CoKCLODf.D as a copy..pfa"Beggar's
: .
I ten bv n single l example, am.above!. all" masses, save were the_myriads'of tion: which.has lately; ; been cjrculated 1 ; The.people of that portion I

I B1tM i President the United Stilts of he would.find an infuriate faction! whichin glittering helmets arose and';. fell .in the1 il'by a, _lad,with,particularly. 'red. hair and'.| ITe.xaa'aT' in arms. .The'servants, it b ( i

, America.PROCLAMATION.. its i iimatiale eagerness for change and I sunlight, while eight hundred n ion, light complexion! :: supposed, werehired, to, administer the S fl*

innovation would overthrow semicircle poison.in the coffee ,or' food by'a disappointed
A dangerous in one huge ,: opened' their; This is,to-,certify. that the. ,bearer, '
, .nun.lition.il article TO the Convention other compromises of the Conrflilutibn united thuuder on the French. suitor who was s n aithwedd I
\\'b .L.nrrenderi.fciiminHU between she UmFratice Antonio Patricko .. ,0'Flahertyo, .is a *iii>; 'S'S
, ,;, ilitact.V nuM not that ; ; .
f III.d of the 9ih of November, that are yet Clouds of dust.filled the air. and amid( native of Italy, :and belongs to, one of .

i ;1.d SI.I'con'M IIn,l li ign,'d 1 at Wiiflhiiigton. sect American citizens styled ."Abo the.roar, of artillery, the strains of martial those unfortunate, .families"who -S
,"" were
18(3 hfirP>i>|rctlV l'lerii, (..ipiitiarie*. on tlu'24 h litionists." be the first to incur the stern music, the shrill neighing tens of thrown from the. craterof the Mount '4F171t For'Kissing.-William Sny- '
by| 111II1, which a ,
IJr IVbruxry and indignant thousands' horses mbvirig tobatt1e, ,.
d-f Vesuvius
. in the of 1807 and '
an.l French 'latigungM, i i. eruption ;:
being in ibe EnglNh$ who is still called by the venerated and all the deafening clamor and solemn in the sidesfthe.; recently fined ten dollars for an assault
: descending rugged :
ward forADDITIONAL ARTICLE. name of "FATHER or HIS COUNTRY 1"It I murmurs.of a mighty.army, .the .shock mountains, with masses of stone, I lava, and battery .on AlissPhebe L. Allen,

Th crime .'f ridi'wry.' 'Iriiiinig ill nm* to brtbr i is pioper to add, before inlrodu. came. Nearly two .thousand, ,cannon &c. .was from his with an intent to kiss. The Court charged *.
fel-ni'f tIQl' firili hkint fr .m ilif person| vinini 'if. ring the letter that it Imprecisely after 'I opened with. terrific explosions on the. fond, his tender. sisters'and i his the Jury that the thing having .n t
vahio, parents,
hy '
.nu'II'f'! ,"r:I.J. "r "" "" } Iii U") the original-in spelling% punctuation living masses and the frightful car- : done against the yonng; Iady'swill it, :
of hurleuninjf ,
in J"ai; nn.1 l lh' ciime loving,brothers.: Thus ,he.waB,thrown
J tlC". :.rJ'ulli/l,! if1" *t'n* l" '"', 'hr..a''%ill= owl enterii'v : and evrry other particular. : nage began. Poniatowski on the; right all the.world .at an early. an constituted.a case, of assault and battery,
: upon age '
1 I """*' of another.with PHILADELPHIA, 20th Feb., 1797. .Made and they found a verdict accordioglyagainst .
nmht i"1 ">l"4'<>" was first engaged. ;Marshal of orphan without..friends jbatt by the
fI : and lli> cClrr".p"nllintrimp : the defendant who will probably'S
intent l 11 c-immit uy 1\1 R. ANDERSON: France the day before,by the Emperor, ,
of J Italians he
iIs' ,' Kr&-nrh IRe in ilii won)aen : : aid philanthropic was enable check i1
fromthis'tith in
Your It.tter..f the 14ih enclosing the he burned himself and forward keep
distinguish .
to ,
erimr, nut ln-iug cmlirNwl in thpo *rrwl to procure; a license aod.astock; of .
III11t? 't/ie/*ff'oi* r "'ivonii.inuf Kfri iliii i i'n roncluHi weekly Repoits was received on Sat :. though at' first r rc dtk1 bjr the. heavy penny papers. which: he..5 for .months continued his kissing propensities. SS

1Wb..t.Pr1 *" United Slat.'. of Amt-rirn. ami tiiday lasi.Tlit charge, he firmly held his position to sell.at, '.the:i-vanpus'railroad S 4
it ;
lhe'9ili IIf N"V.-mlicr. 1843 i< Let'tm ./one. Catharine Keitb'6
frall.f'l on have formed of the against the united onsets of artillery -- ;
opinion yon stations in and about
Naples. By .untiring I
ari'u-1.-! wt 'f'i.1t lie high \
greiItsy tht prei.-iit Overseers under superintendence cavalry and infantry,that from,morning i been fined $20, at. St. Louis i Mo. for
intruding ni'n. ih'it jwT:''n* clmruei) uiiii your industry and,4strict economy, he .
(' p t.'It\.r",1 l inciinIirmity and .if the in chastising her daughter, who is a married J
Ih'"f'CriIllPHbalJ' br i p'-tivry| up IH, I date say very correct ; tiU.nighthunde..ed overwhelming,. was enabled to reach this country,
iili lilt'first arlirl1 iitnui do their by, fair numbers and onhisdiminishe woman Wben.'cbi1drea'get'hoband
i Negroes will not duty power through which be now wanders i in hopes

; .lId.lh..I".t, titiii'nrt" a iii"! wb-n of the rntttieil Jlai.1 i ronvci liy I lie). means, they must be.cumpelledto doit; troops. A.. wilder, day .(His"earth never, of meeting his long lost separated family and wives,_mothers ought,to give. J'S
rtii'ilnUr" n' pnn the OVfr'other hands.
p lion" tnd .hall hltv" ihs. ..m. force at if it had HO far thutefoie from taking the latter saw, when darkness separated the combatants who, as the wind.was b'owing' ,strong whipping S

bo-ra IIriginlllly ill".II'ei in Ih"..rn" arrisM, that I consider it as a pan of' both armies sunk down ex from the east at ,the time. of the eruption S .It is

In VrjtIirI .h..r..Clf. use r"III..r-li"p Plf'nirol..n. your duty. It has always been my aim hausted, and silence, solemn and awful, he doubts not exist 'somewhere Advantages of Two Legs.- a '
litri'pUve% lijn.d the I preent nittcle in duplicate.Iticl and shrewd remark ofa distinguished
to feed and cloaih them well; to fell over the bloody field. .
the IIt'RI..f their nrma. among us. I
\h Iffi1f'Jth"l..w Cabinis iarow
"ve S S French .p.i olopber, ,
Doa It\IIbill 1"n. i Iii.twenty-fourth of Fel!- he rart"fuluf them. in sickness,-in return Napoleon was beaten, and soon gave' I commend this young .cinder to the animals better fitted for speed than i

ru1 1845. I.expect) such labour they ought orders to retreat. All night long, the tender mercies of the benevoleritknosv.. are

J.C CALHOCB [t s.] to ft'flllttt"-alul."t after night walking weary thousands went pouring over the ing as I ,do ,that he.js honest,.and his man. Savages can, in many make cases their, rundown
A. PiotoT, [L. s.J ) from work under When dawned the allies the animals which they
and fatigue iviihdruw bridge. daylight (which ,he cannot in Eng
And *""l1'a* tile ..i i.1 l ilitiniial| Mrticle bill story speak. preyandin EuropeprofesseH S :
lit ft Myrtufi'Aon twih|.Hri-,mwl! tlHr'-.j'ecli iyp pretence of pain* and nrh $... which. do beheld with joytherqiLeatjflrnas. 3sh is_a.trueoneh.:*. &** jsz,"? r'* will he fiithnrse, S :
t trians
f.tilh"iUD'UI Ih..ftm'.-...'Jt..t.a"trel HI th.City not show, and have no! other) evidence es of the, ,enemy. general? I ,movement, [Signed] D.TJTJDBUM HOSKINS ; outstrip.t his
i" : : > l "f succeeds rtdiicing .
of" .ri,1I1I the 21-1 i 4ii l > of June, A. I:). I 34 5. by of their existence than what pioceed on Leipsie immediately: followed; and. :Capt. of ship,.Titua A., Peep. ,who l,ohly by
nmt Min- I four J to two, in the act of gaUopiftg.
WillUm 0. K'rjf.' Enviiy: KxtrnurditiHry the victorious columns legs 'a
deceitful declaration. went rushing
.-United Stme i.t..I".i'II..nll.ryuf'b, The hare, the stag, grey
they complain sickness!, with shouts to its attack. infantry
Artillery -
Whenever '
of HiMj.ity !
.ei.n Affairs *
1".111.l G iU' l, Miiii-ti>r of F follow the principle and. the ,fl.trichtho
Kin of th? Ft each, un the |>Hrt uf their examine their cases without delay; that and cavalry, ammunition and DUTY OF THE SOUTH.A and ; the butard.it.h J

W -.ti",jG'; .'rnmeiii.Now. if it be real, aid may he called in, in baggage waggons, and, chariots, were correspondent of the Huntsville, : cassoway S

JAMKS:. K.THKRKfOKK PULK.I'e-ill'rrt, BE IT<>f KNOWN the United th Statesui *l I, lime; rand if obvio'usly feigned, that I crowded and rolled, together, and went (Ala.) Advocate, referring to the dutyof only the two best legs blood will horse., in most cues5outstrip ;

TAiiPrici.liHvpciii4 llie NlcIiiunul l ) article to they may not be indulged in their idle streaming over the only remaining Southern Editors at the present:.cri -
be fnii|>*'jiulilip. tu the en'd this i the ame',nfl eve- habits.I brid'e. A rear-guard under Macdon- sis, uses following forcible language: jf Gallanf Texan SAof.-Thomas.:Simons : :.! tn

ry llIuj"iind jmrt thereof, mAY hi' nJ..n"ll.tI"J The Vessel for Alexandria will.it is aid,,f.aul18nd Poniatowski,was "Why do not Southern .Editors
f'ifilN! _i'h",1| faith IV the United Slate and of Texas, who was coming :
th-rii'iii( iti-r>,.f. said )leave this Port to-morrow or next formed to cover this, disorderly retreat. drop these mere party issues and direct w.th..tbe last train from Monterey n. 111

Is vriTStH %xvHintDf J Imve hereunto my day; hy her yon will receive, .if noac, As ,.Napoleon] gave his directions to yourselves, earnestly to the.effort of Camargo,having fallen behind the train, L'iU

tit..tlitl'LD""p clover seed, and 12 I bit of what is call I "Prince, you will defend the suburbs interest, .and prepare her for, the ,was Simons was.omedlstanc "in the rear, of S J
City' \Vahiriginn.. the twentyfaurih .
"If American red I clover said to lie of the south. storm that threatens her At the North fiEam
inn.1"11'Ih"4"1I.1 .iJ! h"IIf-,1 "".1 (1)(1\.6,1', longer gelling 1') maturity but afford "Sire, he replied, "I :have but few fol the old party distinctions are.. .being rapidly -. unarmed but .himself when they !t4tt

.iil lof th, 11..1"p..rd..nc of the United a much heavier crop :whether there lo\veraleft.." (he.had but,two thousandseven merged ,in a common.opposition fired, from the, chaparral and I: .tlff

Slitn the \eniieih.JAMES K. POLK. he any real difference between the. two. ; hundred )left. :out of all the brave to the, institutions of the, South. In; .Were seven Mexicans upon charged .upon them.young ;-*- t tr

3 y III"l r..i.I.n': or whether) it i i. a atch penny, deception Poles he led two days b fore into.1at. God's naoae let us cease the miserable '' .rfig 1a'tObeinIitIiii i d aloneby t ; :

JUES Ul'CRU*s.Srcrttory State. Ternx'tnti! to l l-e rertaihedt; for tie.) squabbles about men, that ,but diiunite ''Simoni l ; His companions'deserting G 1II _

which leasori I re'questyisu to give it. a "What'thenadded; Napoleon, "you cI us, and, thus rob ,us of the. means:, of ,I him as soon as the firing ""commen- -1 :f'}

t'rel' Ih. S..II11.ldl"IJI.hli""n.ORIGINAL | fair It ia -the WSM! will also have on
(LETTER OFWASHINGTON. GEN. hoard 10 l UNh'U of the. A1)ricttp.nia-:: "Ah, .sire,." ,repiedthe| exhausted" as the'South, .is 'concerned,,I have long :befell Crom-hiahoree. The.Mexicans '

toes, and 1 10 huvhelfl of English white but still unconquered chieftain. "we are ceased to-have any confidence in Northern :.closedoun1andfid 1 : at himwhU. t on t'fi: !
We tIIk. pl.t"II'0 in ;jir seniiin; to these ate rt'l'utellheeadi lIt that comes all .ready to die forjyour; majesty." :merv Whigs or Democrat.. Any;allian'ce the. gr'6qnd but with a 'reyolYlng.plltol U'i' $ :

41ur It'u.r te4tIiir Ihi04 tni.I"sitItr. HII t.It inat I. this, mal kt'l. They .are in good .I eralready'spoken in my sketch of eitherniayt.I form.with ;us on the be'killed 'one, disabled ;al cond, land IJ ::1J: l

Ilf G"'Je'ntl"V) iiliinjj! !.nj. _wliirh flour baritfiji, .which. ,rnay .be. sent to the Macdonald, of the defence those two leaders issues involving' questions of,peculiar. kept'the rest atImy !until his.companions H

bepti"aew before .seen the light. U has Mill. .when .emptied ;-r-Vesides these made,and consternation and woe moment;to the South, .will be;false and. in ,advancecame. to his,.rescue, '
S.fllrDl'. with Uh'l. in ilEq.i)h. pUHWIII.IUIi Elf there is. mike tierce :which.' contains the that followed premature blowing.up i holloy::and must prove short J JTcd.,tc drawn.thitherby. :the. firing.; He:'was 1 J'i'

betiiutt4l Cllht'li.; ciiileclitiii aii.I l may now. clover seed, about, b alf
1 if Mr. TrtF's .f aa.- other kind 1 of Potatoes, which i a,gentleman bravely to wrest 'it' from The'vkl.)- warn i ngs.tout: and the Southern..Pf I.ess 'shot! 'ff aad:i tJ is':'supposed'imp uibl. : i
tllgr'p ThU i A, in ihin c ry. lately ffom' England; ; 1 has. .sentme, ; ,rious allies, u-nt rhe'reached the explosion l will prove recreant':to' its high ...dutievUnless 'that'he'can''recover.i : 'S 13 It
letter was written to a Mr. l it into the air and. then' : 1 ;,N'OlIN.
ofJJeef that sent and
Aotleri a* being of a valuable l s.rt.-5barrel, \ ;} they pound the alarm louse, i .

of theoveiiefifl of remain in the ) .. arpund i.IA-'Jt gentlemen) j it, now, behooves ( ,designations 'or' .
lVitutiginns andmay pick'efuntil ; .i What are mere 3 party -Mcinterey, told_by'hit'atai!. I
flit aiel. Th.'.i' of wrreers be in to die wjth h nor." With / of yJ.rJ ] S. '.jft
.we !,ima home if it appears to us. party"triumphs the); preservation in 'In ira- ;
; t 'haVneverAppeared print.
.wVi will refer,tn Spark'*. Life his i 'Uttle; i 'band arouh'd him >he dashed: "' : I
qd goo) order, : ; our. onst tuti nal rigb : ).ct 4igny1-! ; -< held of battIeitwat.noce.- 'ft' ,

t ."'*. I II CorrMpottiencg nj| of Washington, I never itaceI.mu! rh,dependance/ upon i 'o'i 'column'of] the' "enemy 'that crossed Think;upon thsdiseWbarraIsyifC: J I versingJthe aVyto crtiss';to'bridge which,:iWas; constantly S_ t i i. 1
(erg llr4'.eall', will find two otlr| lei"d Mr. L. ,C. for Pease, 'nor would; : l his path, andit though severely wounded; "frotnf":1he''i rettersl of, rtY II ,.n9 swept by the Mexican i ,artillery.henapprnaching i !
> | ,.hlt} aamif .pr*.uwj do heat fought his wayrtIQugIt to.the Pleisto i ,' l longer to.1 efleotsuch. 5' P.
fihmlat have you place.any if.you,. .not < your powers any Jt, \ltwasretd. .
1798, ",|Mount Vf rnon. NOV.V from him noon after the receipt of this a" small' ? ,stream' wf-L'111 he must' "cross'/' '!,before. he ends'a* party discipline! aims; .at,.,bait ad: \isthiitIieqcner4 and.h.i) taff) !1 't,
COttCiiPtujttg the ingular con- reached the Elster. Dismounting, from; .eflrgybf ; i : rf
'tier. 4ress.yourseI'withth mighVnn
dl&tt fir Mr. ,. : should cross.singly.at a gallop.Fbtir lJ ;
'feted P-rkiiiBii. who was ex- I .TheIJ11RlI.'l'lnllt) of white' and(greyptas c 'hi'horae, he'pa i 'il ed,!it ron foot, but 1Ifi.' ahs iersiestrezqlTCdpUrPe! ,tQ trcs'ed'ftb'6i, rw1iiO'"i& came. to the E.G
out from EIIIIRt:11:) M rout oi>e 'oceed ding he was fainting';through:.fatigue the Southern ; ; BJI, I
mentioned frOm ,
')?mire ur by you. p the gt.work.oawakening : 1itf l ;iurn.: :Just as :hotretched '
cI ZIreCiiai ,fr he General1 fnrm. giving what I: iml."rlelll.rtt year'-; mae the and loss of blood, he .attemptedjp: 'btJ "mind. to, :irjust$perception( \ *, of *fib*VH the:middle"of the bridge. and..when, the manrjfiejhing

,hi u repiplilll, &e.-the of -.and, the smsInfield! by .another With diffic. p''Ityvnuhigto. : *Us duties.-v tfoynd ) In
fthtJtj mofct tiem;- : I Iy..ur rights-a sente ; were, ,showering. .hirar : tri
Mount Vermin. 10lhD. 'c.. saddle -he ....,, ; .? P,-. ., >/ .. _. f, f balls jo _- i-iij fcfc*** *- '
l79 house (if,the; fence, is. sufficiernt) the. ; urged .boldly intohe S i. ,\ -.. -.A'. .1 ...;. ., -:<. in another part r
*. trpat.i Clf the) ,of hinitrf / iUfv'fKM ; T gnjjng\ wrong :
} ln J mettg..tn.tnt ..wjll be. an excellent',I ,.place fir these varieties M Elster. is < Cllf"rcei I : ji >
tellt.eCltllnm1 the. .rMiiy! "f tlin of' little. matters. .>/'5-- > Iy a ,. but oahe fwl, strugglingupthe | ; f=!Lrr1h. pas i l.Cot(anblingia.n4bpttipg.is1thensasterof :Shopping" his hnrse,*':(much:to'Jhe...ai.m .-
in .
all '
drpartments.rlf Inform the Gardener.of what. fruit'trees ipposstei bank .the eRrih aveway; Lbeiidi4qaLwkea.h1thtdt \ ; 1 ; Iluef

u "ginels tli<*..!0 e4'agri i.tlltlural i. .I .shall ceitaiijly want, ,, that, ,they ; :his feet,,apd JiefelJbck :PAj hit 'ittiNot long' gq \;. ,: po!" 'Jeliberately_took, out and 'arranged his .

rnt'd; olily imilemPiitM.| This lilt to wasfuunlaya him may not be otherwise .dispose) .ofs ( i :rjde'.,, t jd. ....-.IoniR. .r..7 nwli. ,;.gpp.ws4'"iher ..fehdildi6 1 I Dt thp.IL .d.ti ipy.gIissiiatiSfie1, J himself,1 land" "thin. J Jiosingit4qeon,4
previous UrtfiS'SltJ
hotel J1.19Ji."I.
will make '.aO ..flax il I. Liit \ fl4yejry O ,gnt1. ." thpUt-" i aa .
enquiry : : ,e \ : ; '-"t.io- ."..
wounded 81\1 I''i oiiipelle,4! o.4bedTh : .
.Tbp.lir with respect lo) --Buckwheat imagine' bleeiinz. .ca.. 'raii ht hekvu -
ttig "1 the tlif)lI. given near the begin obiHinaivheapor.in: Lftudiiun! :a 'ftt\v i Eoo: .much ;orns11stre:: gt : ia6ifl: !ehtal me4t fF'; r r9!. .' :11i:1,1 '.. .;iofti ff'l,4r.".!. G' Si
letter relative in tlm treat you( jnay l nOQ. ''ntl Lcg-IO JI.C1lII! '
".r1."f. his. either sick .ar I than Ia..rr.--The other art ir.I t jnientjnn' 'and.he:bad POt:as be ..aldJ"l. dsedwithhonpr. ,l..reep. T.: n6f t.btjwhoUIJm.J. o" v : ir i j i itb i thAlrnleDtrietS
; jtidd.O.i .
r.**ln* sickness negrnm., are eci ely such .a* I .d in Iettprshsafl. be. got'and I.tinj.round .$) t'' V",v ad f.1 1t 1'$ 'i411ie f V .!sjteii' In : ope4to! :.1...1' -r.-.. ."."- 4 4f,-. ; '$1 '- h") 5 ; ." 5 4!

: ?' "d planter'would p give his .over- I with 'my G''fI'I... -.V,>:J x Ij GlIi eleb f i- Cu ej' f ifl! f'fd' .tb1afldkerciet,entlernani, ,t f !,j b behal f Bedinger'tia: J the' qt!J istrJct: isDip.

'Itlh.. ,present day, ansi l. there ; i itmm. .1 I haye'noiioubt-of your finding/liffi great lil\'b"t..l",jnagnn5cence-: ,those: .IO". wrtii h ,pockit pr .,.Jt it t.e 8J"eo <, )i.tr ..".;; ; .l.; '
lIee..lt.ity| ,,f rtur|, inHtrnclioiiporliap ,' (.:ulty enough 'inprnm.'ting.hcdgiisg: s-* W- *'"dr4ven'\fh'i'"f t4m'Ifrain ti'e : rLC! 'oe,1"'i b. te e e S
ar all" 1 m.p..r, tlier4i : )inl't: I f? t.t..i'"$t'atKIheeflR4LmICh\ t hrone.-buried, I ,his'capitalinathi'X P> -*. ..55plufldere&aflddsvsdedhis --; -1 i iqu d J !.I'r. tt \iiet:!P' ln(4bus'imajontyover( :. .
) fromr'horn'e \ c'n4! all ; the ro : :tie'\ve t.n bit S Q1."' :2'J-
i : rn't'y.Cpaim" ami ocW? iu "ui .: rnyVInclostires; w 1 cQuntt145fit '.' \ ..P1Hr 'osa.S S McMull f\J : C'
ll theu
:*1.tllat Inl.IlY negroes flush it j harilJlo. >tiav.:beet :utiderJ, efriscpsejpthija-; :were. ..common b YPptgatirtU. :'Jr { fiti.t p. iR ;ft : Thth1wayQNI c .U. )i' '!" _' '

I ? ,::11'lIt.thi;,. ; he. feilfclotliDil; iiil D.n./nut be;,_ he( iur!g"da y!thejbBck.fwardneis ; JP""J n. 'pI :.1 Q .9gifPO P ) '; i oi\l 1 uyJJJ' I. }...';Qa.oet&1C..1Ari&, "..I_U.; ti ._". .... ', i;:}.;\.:..
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J 1 i 'FIIE INEIVS.su ort r of, itiintereaiuow,i : exl. :and to' oppoVe;}its-renewal; 1828,and_ :rimding'regularly.: : .; lOnej/of tlfrn.- ; 'old 1 a..Patria of'the1ettert'6ntits # : ptr: int iit '.

.; : JACKSONVILLE,: .flJNE.4. ui'41: himself as a champion gainst .them ', ::!f r'A>fifiabTogatibfl, '.untiiit'was, !rne1ast2" '.nigfet at fifteen halations 'of ; ,.ot e!IPdent .t"V '
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I : : LI :: \ -termlD: : e .am. pit ,' ? .... 'I'o'l't. ":..'"
:L ,!( For, this he insinuates that they are :m e;to e've ttliejrad: .:destiny of Ore-'i 'NationalsGuard. "- '.:.haye been thoroughly -- ; -.3;. : ... 1 1VE14. 'Cauz,) j84'lr.t

1, .". 'tools of'Mr.'CALHOUN Such"a:glaring] ., I "goni in'>articles written. in >18i8, nndto_ organized: at the capital, that Jtfwm.>Editors! _.of L 4... f:; ; :

.J "evidence t\f unprincipled ambition, 'we I support 'every ,,measure. for'her .benefit, -fortifications! are'already"in.'process of'- In.Compliance_ with .your_-"..:.aL'1"

I o. .have never before witnessed'.among theStatesmen since; -this same:'.spirit .still*-'animate* construction at or near Rio Faio, thattheblIshaveb'een willnewshich'seem' .!eJo.UJh /.most- e ..itetat

I -_ __ __ _. __ 1i of our' country. Mr., ,BBN- met.anavinfe n im.ie'1o do so wh.i1el; l 'run up into cannon, to b'eoftance. 'anl1 .
4 LATE.RAINS. i< :J!iv.e;' biciIhopewiIlbe.long: enough \ "-
THE -The great quantity | ; 1'w
Instead of '
i: TON plays a_.new game. pro-, of Asiatic and that the owners of an iron foundary. As the gen ral.atientjo5
; tojBee:an.
the '
of rain which fell during 'last ?-** fl : '" son 1 :
claiming], : himselfas.a" I *"."Northern' -7X man"" H: tie'irau h f'yooirinrf8.nd a stream l at the city- ;of Mexico- ,, ." Englishmen, !!., have. fixed on the ''movements of Gen.-$' f fo
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; 'tii; ; : ? month, has not as far a. we learnpro-- i with Southern principles t he*assumes:, to, o Asiatic:trader pouring.ihto'the 'valleyfof 'been compelled. castlballs.pn pro' A/inaI! will saytbat byceents1 ,

;? .. duced any great injury to the crops,. the. tb'eYaU yof it is' known that heTis'stilt r
Mississippi through (
$ be a Southern man with Northern prin ms ie'Of'' remuneration hereafter. Understand -. 'Qi bi
> *
$ Those who planted in low swamp ciples. He-wishes to avail< 'himself.of .Oregon t "#, distinctly i ,'that all,this is ob.. with recruiting troops to .pu.flue. the _;'
Your'friend and fe1Jow- itizen, vigor, although ,itjs saidtht/jS;
which .
: I grounds, were imperfectly his Southern residence, and :his 'Northern THOMAS H.' BENTON. '.Ii: tain'ed from a Mexican,....and that it must has 'been deprived of'e :

:. 'UP'T} :.I ed. have been overflooded, and expect views. The.melancholy fate:of his be taken" '-with allowance r ; but.that thereis the.army, which has been'conferred command Q fif

T;: ; ; to be seriously affected, but all other species have 'warned' BIT.TUB WJ! '.' tAiMoM. : on (.en.- Canalizo., Thif. : :
ti few predecessors, might LATEST FROM'llEXI O.t now a prospect of anot'ier fight, anda : howtcseoms "i
_i of land in the most flour somewhat improbable! ;
fl t are now him from this course. The: .hatred of GJiN.VORTH hard'one, i is considered certain by manyr Mexican ,
ishing condition, and promise largercrops the South and the contempt of the, The New. PUEBLA.' the ; To Thinking t. will depend that Governmentoughttobevinced battle .
Orleans the
'I_ : : i than have ever been obtained papers give us, my of Cerro .CL,'>,
yet North, will mete him o this due re important: information 'that.-on the.,17th much upon the result, of'the election of was I lost through the cowardice of Ge?. i;
.t in this State. If the cotton worm, or a :
f '., ward. It enough: for ,the,citizens. of May Gen. WORTH' reached toe .city of President, news of which has not as "Canalizo, who, wijh; 1500 horN; fl&,

1 V'l.: *!i.. summer drought does not intrude to the slave holding States to read< his ,Oregon 'Puebla: without having encountered any yet reached the Amencans here.. .IfHerMra before 400 American hoise. ,""'*' ,.,
these East Florida will ber enlisted bySanta Anna ;)
mar 1 ,
prospects t1hej
letter nrid his St.
at Louis
: speech chosen and there. <
r11:1: p has'been certainly '
have this opposition whatever. dates/jvas. 4000, only half of
reason to rejoice ** whomm.:
: year. ;
: ;
.. .. _ _ and decide as to: what .i they- are to expect He had with him three thousand ,fiVeiundrinen was a party in his favor, it may be provided with arm*. AI1"'are"saI6,*
:; THE "BAPTIST t TELEGRAPH."-The from_His h nds. '< ) ', : down that be animated by the greatest
TO THE PEOPLE OF OREGON. and a tram oithree..hun.dred put os guaranty; peace measures pair Qi
tt '1 first number of this journal is before us, WASHINGTON CITy M rrh, 1847. wagons.rOh'e! *' letter'states l :: that will prevail. On the other band, 'and they have sworn to Santa Ani"2'
!i i. i 1 #,ji?t.4r; J and does credit to its worthy Editor, the My Friends-for such 1 may';cal| many Santa Anna. 'had' sent. out. some two: 'if Santa Anna has been elected] or a spill cause the of last Mexico drop, before of their blood Jot;fa
of from tbey I
personal acquaintance, :
i Rev Mr. MCDONALD. We perceive and all you of you from my thirty years devotion thousand men to attack the train, only,.' friend of his, the struggle .may be protracted treat from the enemy The \same thia'r f

: that he judiciously refrained from to the interests of your-countryI but'its guards were>,too numerous, and;: and another"stand made this side happened at the City of Cordova; trJiii

:i devoting entirely to religious] subjects, think it.right to make this communication ., its proximity ,to the ,main 'army too 'of the capital. It is now certain that joins Orizaba. Santa Anna half dial;

I 1 : ;i:' r but has adopted a course by noticing to you at the present moment, close to justify the attempt. Santa Anna was not at the city of Mexico buted a hundred commissions to guerilla ..

) 1 *- i ': ;tt that which will prove advantageous to when' the adjournment of Congress, The. city is quiet, and courtesiesare ,! to control the ''late election in person leaders, who were to copimaal
f Mfs without passing the bill for very parties 50 to 100 men. Mlni'tf
will your government '
emigrants, and that which promote his '
V ; *' and protection, seems to have exchanged with every appearance of although approach with an armed these parties are now making their'eV
; W-K; immigrationthat will render it interesting left l you in a state of abandonment by cordiality between our officers and the force may have had some effect upon cursions on the road from Vera CTrnito

t_ V: v-r to all who have at heart the prosy mother country. But such is not citizens. Gen' W. and the Bishop the State of Puebla and Mexico. Jalapa] where they have begua to-hith:

?'*l '.r.v:'?; perity and growth of our State. Being the case. You are not abandoned nor have exchanged visits of and The following is the latest from Jaapa' ate the American soldiers in the dfjt*

{ i '/.ir ; himself planter and well qualified to will you be denied protection for not: ceremony ] ters peculiar to that kind of watfare-.
U ,. : admit 1 of no ill feeling is shown in,any quar er. Hardly a day but four to eight 1
:!, "r '' judge of such matters. McDoNALD agreeing to slavery. a man The stage is just in from Puebla, butI ipe
f ? ": the South, and a slave-holder, tell you I We have also news of another exploit have little time to collect and write ish ,by the hands of the guerriflcroviAgainst
I !
-r/-rn: has
devoted considerable ofhis
a portion them Gen. Scott
: of our gallant the! ol off the is Kuita
this.The navy capture news. All was quiet at Puebla,. -"
.I L. ;: :;| '; paper to Agricultural matters as House of Representatives, as Talascoza by Capt. MAYO. and the people appeared to be well en- have taken serious me'asures. '

;. ft ?H J! > adapted to our State, which will be truly] early] afJ the middle of January, had Capt. Mayo Governor of Alvarado, ough satisfied under Gen. \V ouh. Disease continues to diminish tin
; 4"4 4 i'1 a.:- acceptable to our farmer and planters passed the bill to give you a Territorial Santa Anna, it is said, did not stay at number American troops, andu>
S-r&: Government, and in that bill had sanctioned started on an expedition on Thursday I Martin cording: to information in which feu
San but
: in the interior. We understand thathis kept pn towards the
and Provisional F the 13th ult. .of considerable confide, the third of IhL-
1 legalized your against a town capital after his lancers had been defeated part gariiscso(
!t s subscription list is already quite Organic Act, one of the clauses of which importance, called :(we believe)' this side of Puebla by General Ulloa are prostrate in the hospital!'
h .J full and the low of his forever the exist of slavery is expected that the will, ,
> considering price prohibits nce Talascoza, accompanied by eighty men. .\\'orth. There is d report that Gen. mortality B.
::1 .aa 1i in amendment from theSenate' crease considerably, as severtl casts/
$1 for twelve Oregon.
annum Valencia
paper with
per This 14,000 men, to meet
is said
place to one hundred
i committee, to which this bill I nearly the vomito have already appear"daJ
: ,4 *r ) monthly numbers, and thequaHtyofhisarticles our army this side of Mexico, but there
that miles in S. W. direction from this disease does
was referred, proposed to abrogate a I I not even spare ii
I ,t 1 ft we can affirm that it will be, prohibition; and in the delays and,vexations Alvarado. He took gun boat. with I I are little so out many of them.reports that we can. make natives of this const for a hnncW

: quadrupled within a month. to which that amendmet gave him only. On at the he is miles in extent. To avoid! thi epi& .
: ::4 arriving plac?, Elloriaga certainly talked of for
rise the whole bill laid the ta ic it is to leave the rezioaa
. was upon the necessary ...
. ,, i 9 MR. BEIYTON'S OREGON LETTER i was received mall. )kindness. every attention Presidency. Stage is waiting.
i' A ble and lost for the session. This willbe beginning of May.
.t 4 ; With a feeling of pain we present to a great 'disappointment to you, and I being shown him that could'bf! FROM I TIn: SKAT: OF WAR. Trade here is completely paralyxal(!

!' our readers the following! singular pro. a real calamity; already five years without extended, in order to render his visit The New Orleans papers of the llth since, although many American &&

: : duction. We deem it incumbent upon I law, or legal institutions for the protection agreeable, and arrangements were made I are tilled with letters and rumors from lishments have large stockson ban ,(rll
of!life liberty and and I Gen. Scott's Army, but we see cases of the products of the
us to do so, in order that they may beful1v property for:. the surrender he town. We understand very many country -
. t f.. a 4 now doomed to wait a year ,longer.- ;, little of interest that' has not been anticipated the consumption is insigriificantfcr(
/ ; !1 : aware of the true character of the ; ;[that Capt., Mayo declined
1t ; This is a strange and anomalous condi by our Overland Express.The the absolute want of consumers-ifcd
f? ) Statesmen who are now arraying them tion! almost incredible to contemplate, leaving any ,force there, however, as it loss of the Mexicans at the bat- which will give occasion to a mnhitwJi

; selvesagainsttheSouth. A nd we think and most critical to endure! a collectionof would have weakenedthose under his tle of Cerro Gordo is stated by one of of bankruptcies. One establishment>

: f that nothing could more clearly depictthe Iree.men,4000 miles from the metropolitan commandtoo: much. On his return, their officers at 9.80. Those wounded which pays $100; a month rent imfinoes -

F. i t: :1 unprincipled ambition of its writer, government: and without l laws and whilst in his boats descending the in the battle are aid to: be doing well. does not sell a dollar's worj&v
1 l 4' b.i or government to preserve them! But Gen. Landro, who was: imprisoned at
rIp.: than this extraordinary letter. Mr. do not be alarmed or desperate, you will 1 river, which is represented as being Perote for surrendering Vera Cruz, has day.It,is said that in Puebla coramitta

; 1 BENTON has now openly thrown off the not be outlawed for not admitting slav: both narrow and shallow be was fired expressed himself favorable to Peace. has been appointed ,to receive' :.Go>

mask. He unblushingly avows himself 1 ery. Your fundamental act against that upon from adense chapparal, and one Santa Anna, it is understood, desiresto Scott in case he shall declare to tali.

jtq;' the enemy of the South and of Mr. CAL institution, copied from the ordinance of officer and five of his seamen wounded. returnto, Havana provided he can possession of that city. By this mml
Ii I, eP4': J 1787-the work of the great ,men of the obtain a 'Pass.' The Swedish Counsul] they will avoid the injuries inflicted ij
: ? He make .
HOUN. designs to politicalcapital We.have also of
' south, in the great day of the South, intelligence the cap. visited him at Orizabo, and he says the artillery .upon the buildings of Tea I
t r i; ??.l ;if- from his recreancy. He'patronizingly prohibiting slavery in a territory far lessnorthern : ture of the,town of Nautla, onthe 10th that he had but a thousand men with Cruz The rumor is also current tfi s sa |

vi : .;vf-- assures the people of Oregon, than yours. It will not be abrogated May, by the schooner Fraternite, and him, badly equipped, and ht looking deputation has been formed in MeWJ

: '.-\. *t.J'k that he-Mr. BEl'TONwi11 take them I !' nor is that the intention of the the U S. sloop-of-war Albany. haggard- and very much dejected. Alter for the same object, but' I think taati

: ..> : *-* '*: under his protection, that he will smite prime mover of amendment. Upon The the the battle of Cerro Gordo Santa is only nn invention of the AmericanJa
captain of fired
it'S v AI the record the Committee of Albany a Anna i is said
Judiciary to have visited the wealthy Whnt I stfat!
r Jalapa. can assure ( ,
I: # and slay the odious individual 1 CALHOUN, the 'Senate is the author of that amend- gun soon after her arrival off the bar, Don Garcia: i with whom he deposi- the clergy of Mexico have opposed to

Il .i.i: 1.As who is opposed to htm,-that he will I ment: but not so the fact! That com and hoisted a white fiagupon which the ''ted about '$100,000. Don Garcia is prosecution of the fortifications

1t ? ruin the Southern States mittee is only midwife to it. its author one of Santa Anna's oldest and
i 1 1dtfk or deprive authorities of the town came on board firmest the city, for the reason that thebes:
t ; ; them of their political rights,:-and'all[1 is the same mind that generated the' and formerly delivered Nautla into the friends, and he is reported to have advised buildings in it are ecclesiastical property '

t $ these things are to be done by him I, "fire-brand resolutions," of which.I sent possession (the Americans This being him to leave the country, remarking ; and, finally, have,succeeded in w-
and of which the amendment that itVas
you a copy, impossible to resist the del ing the conclusion of the W&
IiN !.* ** BENTON, the great man. Let us see is legitimate derivation' Or- done, the Albany sailed for Teco- -Americans. I which had been begun. This occuw*

what-is the pretext for all these fearful I egon is not the object. The most rapid i luta, the Fraternite remaining for the Considerable sickness is said to pre.. the notion that the Americans will e**'

LIil threats. propagandist slavery cannot expect purpose of disposing of her cargo. vail in the Castle of San Juan de Ulua. ly be able to gain 'possession of the city

JIuwI Mr. BENTON coolly declares that the to plant'it on the shores.of the Pacific I On"ihe 13th however, the captain of One fourth of the soldiers are said to and, that they will be received,._ulS .
in the latitude: Wisconsin, and be prostrated. Puebla.
failure establish a Territorial'government the by a deputation. f.
I the Lake of the Woods., A home Fraternite found on landing atNaut- Dn Petro
agitation ( Anaya has been declared It is also that Go-
__]_ c in Oregon, arose from the unjusti for election and, disunion-purpo la that three- hundred' armed. Mexicans. Dictator and 'Ca Jj1izo is spoken of as Alvarez marching from tbeNorwWMexico i .
fiable act of the Judiciary Committee ses, is all tbat'is intended,by thrusting had just arrived..from: Misantla and .taken comm nder-in-chief, of the Army. with 30OOO'menvhom j htWU1 j| ,

__, of the Senate, in striking out the Anti- this, firebrand question into your:bill:' possession of the town. They seiz The news of our success in California scatter'in guerrilla parties, eon gtb; ||

-- Slavery clause from the Oregon 'Bill.We .- and, at the next session, when it thrust ed the authorities 'of the'place and the' had reached Jalapa and been official plains of Puebla and the country!u
i in, again we will it'.,out! and ly communicated'to
scourge the'army.Gen. the A'
$ t:1: that the Committee as, Jalapa, oper against
say Judiciary of.1he' :
crew Fraternite but the
pass bill as ought to be. I aptain Scott had issued
your promise i icans detailed 1Y"ago
** >Ul a proclamationto apian of war |
ti % upon .
ft Ii could not have acted otherwise. During > ,
this in the of the. South succeeded in the Mexican '
you name escaping.towards Vera people, calling on them in the journal called the#*?<# '
It 41j each of the two Sessions of the )late I 'as well as'/ of the North; and the event Cruz in a canoe., :Ten:miles,:from :the. to' deliver up',all public arms and .munitions then published! at the capital.The l. ;

:f4 : Congress, a proposition was introducedinto i :. will not deceive'me. In" the meantime, land, he'fell Ain with} the Spitfire, boardedher : of War, under a heavy penalty, I prisoners of Cerro Gor
%_; t 1111 the House of Representatives,"firstly the President will' give you all the protection 'and repOi'ted.the' facts hereto. .and to avoid .a rigorous search ami ng' _the exception of four, 'who'stile*#1 t,.

,-by Mr. WILMOT and' afterwards 'which existing l laws, and detachments -, ''' I '-7r't .as... ., i private dwellings.\ Within' six weeks board the steamer New; 'Orleansi 'Srt| '-
iI by ; of the and enable forbdetsiled_ TheSpztfire was: bound for after i1'lid !
army navy, can **fc *J 3 "**J" *V JS '- effecting a landing at Vera Crvz he still: at San Juan de TJIlda.,and itknown
Mr. PRESTON KING, that the citizens of-i him 'to'extend to you; and..until ...Congress Nautla, and!,proceededon! her. course.-44 has taken two' cities,-two famous castles, when they will depTt. ':,-- '.<

_ ij the South with their Slaves, should'neiI 'has'time to aet,'your friends.must Upon .reaching/that place.or: tlie: barnear e. ht'thousand prisoners ,'am'ong'whom, This morning gie .t.uai11'11 tout | .1:

I if; er.be permitted to ettle.jmy .territory: rely upon yogcto continue 4o ..governyourselves it,:the' Captain"opened fire, ivere t'eii Generals, 500 'pieces 'of -ordnance for Jalapa; a'nd ere'iV: someR j jthat ,
as you have heretofore done,' 41 : and"ten.thousand stand of .; cfeaf r-iO$1 t'
arms. SanlCAnnalvlH :
hireafter be ,
r acquired by the United': i. ih'e r Yownv'whicK( .ffectotbrii1; ; J .
States. under the provisions of 'your own voluntary W .'.4 Iit?lS .4 'T &- Very likely he now in posession of 'ten'i lis 'march..P .. \'i "' ..
Afterwards the r.
Oregon Bill i compact,. .and; :with:the,justice,' ,mga4eIegationaflag ..Cthe.ili? : D bearing i Puebla! and the Capital.) 'tsi,''learn: hat the ''inhab 1I 1 ';

1r r-1 : came ,up with the. clause prohibit ling': harmony:and, 'radon.wbic.h is,due ott! truce to, the,.steamer. Thesepeople I, Col. Haskell: ) 'in 'setting fire to'a: train. tteJvHIages" generally; 'areiI :

:tfl I Slavery,and.although Mr. HURT proposed to yourowncbaracier.and: to :the_honorof : declared:themselves: and;the inhabitants i,;recently l was much injured. 'by'a suddenexplosion. .and 'going; ;: forth as Guerrillerosi-.1]hll .

.1q 4 that, the Missouri compromise the American ,name. *.ti "'?,<<."- l innocent i i '. 'r class:of the people are known'to'*'** ; \
of all
t ,participation
: ; should be at the time I I I send'Yo.u.by Mr. Shinely a copy of 3'V i i MtjoFGen. Pillow is on a.fiying-vilit' adapted to that kind 'of waEfarr (' ...
4 same recognized, the bill of the late ',session, both as; it: ,infthe< recent' ...events.1.; ) ,,;except as suflerers.Tfay to1his' family. lick expected to return'. ibem'we' may'expect de d.'of.l1e!l
: F not striking out the 1ui Slaveril.dau8t, pasiedb House 'Representative sta'ted ttat4hesJUwn; .was/otter- I with his'commalid ** i '
,. is now being and valor.
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the bill passed. But when itcarnelV arid'/'as proposed to bennde414i.the, JYtunabJe to make restitutioneitb.cr. of raised. -, !
!: >" the Senate, the Judiciary.Committee;, i Seruttewiththo. ::8 riate'...votoupon )lyn .. the,men'or') tbejperty! 'seized,: :at ./ -TheGulf: had' been visited. quite a,' (From ..b'L:' u Jl"I.oM| Ifean."'M J'!1.1.
theycpntrolr '
d 18? ing:ii' Ci the'tableyan4j a copytfMr": ,: '__ : LATEST FROM.SANTA FE'AND. CAtaU:' j jNIA.
: rightly judged that the proviso was un-t > | : '.sndhadtnot t jt. -- ievCr&Nortliertliough very little dan>. ...<.
were : (been )under i -,their 'J. ..
: : :Calhoun's l -re J utions-pQez.f inda ;was"done it.The .' ,' < "
age .by .
:1 constitutional that ail, '
l United States l \ ii : ? Yesterday evening several l 't.
te''to''the'' amendment t'nevertheless : '-%? The... ."' ... : r-lder'of'lHi..'\ ... _-" Siiitfire'bejngpersuaded i!! >}/ Government j 'Junt ":are said to rntl .
I bad a right Jto;Kttle7be'Terrjtozy with : t'ath r to"'it)- .also ftV copyOtyut: : j. .:of' tHese J facts, left1 : .; arrived on board the John.
: :b&atCe1ayaor' Madatne ..
L .,1j.- their : : ,< -';.: ': "" '" 'r{ rJ, ", jGruanajuato,> and :. direct from .Santa Fe and) lJOt.' ..
property, ; J. "concesujon'" ;; own' ;Visional> i i ljori.nic'act.il:as Ltr'L.prntcdbydrderof *'' without doing,aay further.-rnju y:,tVthetown t :Santa' Anna:is,on her way tothelft''C' from,whom we, havE.gatbcrc4thP-
; << by the South of the Missouri the"Senate. aU,, w ,"IllP. .- f *: >
.. : ? compjxmise *- ... .tirst-however: : 't'.. informationsLieut t,
; : receivingtiarecession ;; -, ; lowing __ rt.:
; having been refused, imposed.upon .uryoucompietelyproceedipgs ) l f I1 !., : f of the place:in to:our hands v :' *':lefteffroin. JaJaparIaYI\ trains:; ..AVjoj. G.,Peck, ofphicalCorpleft 1 J.
: States' the .ofCongrss pyutnfor \Pf'B .arejeginniug to-be annoyed ifctheshort J.efjo. }
Sputhern! : anta.
"' .. of J. necessity!r e1territorial;:govern ment,.and .: ;.&T .T o 'i'I1B.f! :ii.f pace;between this.and;Vera Qrurx,andj Messrs.Voods.nnoVSai; : : ; ,
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f iirroly; VppwlJDgJtliieirrfcbB -- "- ; : : :
? utiohaiAMIgblS. j' forlhe i-L ;
; ..Acorrepon? cut :of \ ; t -ke .ihe;road al)J, ,. : '!
'. .thePicayune. open; :4 bp .Y,1q'Mexico ::their p4rty, 'At..thejimeheFe'Col. J
I : : \, .,.J ...* htf: ; : .' J ''3.g. -protectionandffitoiiQfflSP'WF: : ': :::! i : : ')! ftgJr, .mt Luebliz-.4 uwleateof'""'\% J. i::t \ ,tbe2OtlrMay 'n':. would); jequirQifmore.men; .than; Price: was f stiLltberi; J,.

: I This is the' h_ ad' n.d ftaapfa ihelr ; 'ln'eb. : ,; ...... woujd beneceMiyt Q takethaVtcity.est'miracle ; : .. but it believedsullen 0k .
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.>Z: thtbe'sarrie"spirit which!has i made me .ays,:' rrt''y'i-: ;KiN,*/.t.'t,- '? iriere "t' ...",... ', was:quiet t" yvas_ .! '
loflending.jouttee; Forlhis ihJii&y Cot .. th.elriend ofwb1je4 :.OregonifoVythirty : ::'tbrhiJ ijc" i;. iiiwe n e\\f l( :, "h : } r.'}Iovesays.a I, 'and ..stubborn'.quiet j t""h 't
:yeart- '--4'-t. ,:w.. u rI: is'tho refonnttiou riorforce alone I AItl1t
is denounced by J&fr B:NTo ?' 1 piico"tfuette ; compels.; ;
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The Eagle it of the opinion Doniphan's command Accordinr- raii'eJtn
down it was the ., the firstjomceJn; the nf'a
>", "iceds.hMt ;.... "that p tbey only Deeded'i remain-at:iPuebla.untU: 4be.; :: ;toUheiJetier. : ;
ne. nfPa\;'D- leader'to riselin. beginning 'autqrnnwUboat; i inarching i ; .34; inst./rom7 AIoj fit ;nu?: inosr Jt q frir1\ttlie\ ? nuntryi-ibe-'iWhol -", '." Q1TQr3ACKSONVItLE.jU2j4.. .F. : _. .

Competent the capital. A grave,apprehensions; were entertained !Jtnirb'1 d1 : '. .. ... ,
,; << i7, -
t4 I e.11d : was going upon ,1 1n.i rc1 lli -idin .. 1" : ARRIVED< !;
ivil government : _
?* '' The Eagle gives a 'sneili a Different -, inriregardito. :_ ; that .commandmqr .; {Tb I .1 core wshre! '
l : .. ? insuf5entl, Judge'Be311 'f r .,the: i srtl; uarp1ie11nafl4n ( r. 27th.-Schr.Saronniih.i .:$- StUN, Kq
'1; trYing version of ,the recent sUTpriseandmurder : was, as *illb e ieeitowhich .by:,tlj tJ{ lt a;., .a.ld 8I.1J t)} .:: vlio, by a t'. %P.t"J" '.! ,, p

.'2.J :ffl Pre.iding.? Peck was out some daysAftfrLlt of dragoons at SMite Fe\ near' ;>e .ref r1that.Cpi l.' tnf tb ,: strict,.. 'ntservawe: ,.)" "constitutiobe: v >> !p 1.. 4! -, -fcV". ; ::31-us.M i. n St. n.Ci 'M.""...; a... '
that have published.! been Defeated by the 1\fexlcans"and' lost! ''- Dju.cbsj,4 51- :Mary ,j
the from we : ie v1orn.he '
Vayf can/njake ..
joinedbyMr. .
; ;, he was :; 'its:>r-' 'all! his Jfe : : MS most F 'n.ndl'Z'4..1M.M.rch'e tda to A J.T :ia
Santa copy artillery: : are greatly inu
We the
.m ; Cb'lbuahoa, Lieut. .rbh greater rnspenuis!: ; }tiK"Arsns'wyBnVmnsrfvspectedabroi :'Vrilh!, er B !\.9. "' & :; '
... 1 fiom hopes that this\vi1Lprovcrto; ; .beja.lmere': ', f -Vl .:McDermot, J M lUrri. J "'
i" out with C 0 I oneIfhU'd 1 tide : ; (]. J : }l Pdzi a. Pal G'y.1e. .
who went of Mexican and ; : ..- ; .. .3ra;;; "' ; .,. .
jre Talbot, It that a detachment some rumor, .wear. encouraged ,. : -''"' .; : ,'. :"'_ '"; StMirtx-n Wm 'Oat M'l.Sa. .
Lieut. E. Heal appears odd belonging to the in .t hope.by the fact thaljiie'Picke?; 1. cIZPtLVZCOIn.A' > h. *i U'Darien,-, .. ;;f',. .. St. .Mar. ta H. r
dragoons ; elegftph "" *
United* .
seventy :
. Toolin, : Holm & Cii "': l; ;
' reemoNn'vr, C Col. Barney, left Jujapa Guard, publishe .at Saltiljo) Wthef 3d ;! 'despatch''armOunced that". '
of this
: Carson Robert E.usseil command !? /gallant; \ 4ih.-S1m.r, Sarib' Si-.fl4fl.7 slc. .
rifi J'' Christopher from Calirornia.-; some days since, in command Lieut. makes no 'mention of-:.the' rnmbr;' 'and' Ocer. wasdeiveringoider. ,, in)his :caDacitr : 'u ..ro.-r, :. F ncM& Bi lsbei1 '. :_ '

nod others that the Hill, with the intention of visiting this anticipates the speedy .* arrival'of ,Col.Doniphan .: ,'.ofadjutant! ;.when.shot and:-jix ; CLEARED.., -j '

rom these gtntlemen bad condemned we \learn anumour city, to procure a' further suply of hor and his command. ," at, that. -. pies'that'he,was killed:while endeavorng't .,. ,Munroe.;j'31st.?:-Stetnwf>" ,Sarah.., Spftidinf" ; lUHay.' take"'. .'",', ,

t at Tao' and ses. On arriving at Santa Fe, nine of place. t&ralljr l the.Indiana:regiment. lit. US 'Mail 'StlMrSt.M'ibwvCbw.., fSavannah. .

d. eroftne'flsar ent8 to executed De hung find, n the men were left behind, in consequenceof By this arrival'we J learn .that? Brig., We b) J'v that 'n ehherbiiatement'is, .': -.- Co-'

bat: eleven had been illness on their own part, and fatigueon Gen. Cadwajader is forthwith 'to.prorcee trur. We-l have'UiSecond: ,band.from an ':31.-Sr.'M; ,;gn.Pii'rc'N.w'! yn, ., f.' g
fr W h. d"IX were hung l : 3rd.sehr. D ).Non".."',ipnd. E... Wf'tt,
ir the of their hor el. Lieut. Hill with his command, (exceptingihe'dragoohs officer who rode :betide hi.mwhea'he. : -
Lieut. Talbot passed part 4th.-Sp.mar. Wro. Gaitoa, Mandell, SataaCOKRECTED '
that ; -- I
lithe day and his command continued on, feeling ,) now encamped 'at:Palo Alto few;:lnathewas;; shot;,through'the head n.he. ".- .. ',

rough Taos. excited the Mexico that those who were behind were per to Vera Ciuz to reinforce Gen; Scott. whih, i the'act of. maktrijr a'charge H '>

These executions when Air. Mcjnight fectly safe, and soon after reached this The transports were being prepared,at f gallop, nd'.thit ,he'r dead;from' ''' uONVILJ.B.p l E!CVBKERT. ;."
very much, nnd city, where he has since been detained, the Brazos when the Trumbull left. his horse. The 'noble animal carried -

passed through volunteers Vagas they(or were ano- although it was his expectation that he The Guard says that several] Englisherentlemen forward. by his i own speed, as'soon as '. WEEKLY.. '' t

: .pdearoring to raise Alcalde and would return the next morning. Nothin who arrived at altjJIo on the henised. jjis.rider turned T>ack,:passed -- ..
The 'w.or.u ,
jjjr insurrection. opposing the.ffsrt ? further was heard from the men until 3d inst. from Durango, report Col. Don-' his nose over(the,body and gently turn; AtTCLIS.; -.a y

. )ther influential men were remains Thursday morning when news reach. iphan to have started from ,Chihuahua ed :the head:so asfto reveal.the leatures '.
BAGGING Dundee, pityard to 'U .
with what success m .
but of
ed here informing us that a large party on the 1st April for Saltillo! ,)% way of bis tn ster'which,- when exposed to COFFEE. Rin .. ....- lb.. 'I '1" ..
0be seen.When and his were of Mexicans had attacked and literally San Jose del Parral. This agrees with, Lino1n'sservant! who stood by, u dthetauer Jawa. Ib: .' :M ;ij 4'
f Lieut. Peck party ? OANDLESSper .. ".)b. 33 a -271' '
this side of the Cache on cut them to pieces in the most shocking the report we had in the papers of the shed tears and' utter loud Adamantine h .1 Ib.Jll"c ':Il
Lout miles .
9 attacked by manner. One of them was killed city of Mexico, but .the' latter allege) convulsive lamentations. All wq :saw COTTON. Black Seed. ... 1b. t4 tt j
{ Arkansas, they were it Silk or Big Cretin Ib., II Jl
:he ('amanche Indians, who succeeded upon the spot, and five others mutilated that the force returned to Chihuahua were deeply affected, for Loncoln] was DOMESTIC GOODS j
the .
I0ut90 ten of their horses in such a manner as to strike any one after haying pi"acceded twenty odd idol of the army! Brown Shirtings per.. jard.. I .._ I
in scaling! do.. .
days after the Sheetings 111 u
mules. The I party with Lieut. with horror at the sight. leagues south. 'We have'grEia hopes battle Captain Tickings Of.I I 10'.uCalir.o i

Peck fell back and wailed two days, Means of transportation were fur this is true, and that the/report already Lincoln's horse was offered for sale at Prints. .. .... 1 _' is... '. (

: to be joined by other parties nisned and the survivots brought to the alluded to of Col. Doniphan's defeat auction. When'th first bid was announced FLOUR.Kentucky Baltimore Jeans, p.rbbL" I 9 u 00 m. .0'U :

hoping ihe second day the Ca- city as soon as possible, but another of may have grown out of this retrogade :the -canteen. woman (honored New York, .. 9 00 IS ,
coming ID. Pn with the soubriquet of the Great Western FURS. Otter, 1 00 111
attacked them, und suc- them died on Thursday n'ght, and two movement. The Guard thinks the -
again GRAIN. Corn to bUlh 1 HI _
mancbei in carrying off all their horses others were last evening reported by whole command must be within a'fewday's as well' from her valor and patriotism HAY. .. r.wt. 1 2.S a 01 It t 4

ceeded 39 ,in number. In the sec- the surgeons as unable to survive their march Saltillo ; 'but it had not as from her extraordinary size; and HIDES. Green. ., lb. J a IIDr"

nud mules, had of some du- wounds during the night. The hand probably heard of the return to Chihuahua strength,) with whom Lincoln was an country, tb. I II 1 ,
fight _
Dad :1uack: they a LUMBER, Flntlrin:. !' tboll. 10 DO If 5... ; .
in which one man, named Wil- of one is cut off above the wrist-the or hearing of it did not credit it. 'especial favorite, stepped forward and Scantling Boards," .. 10 10 U.. t
fation( said that the man who offered Ranging Timber 5 00 00 .
severely} J hut not mortally abdomen of another is cut in such a The I same. English gentlemen from seventy '
iims, was five dollars for MATTING.*, "yard. 37j a O! F .
a horse like that could -
,,'0nded, by a spear or lance, in the bo- manner as to allow the bowels to protrude Durango make the following report, I OILS. Spenn.AHiffBtor. '...1,11. 1 l'1'" jL
cTeral others had their clothing Another has several sabre cuts which w*' copy from the Guard : I not want it- -that she would give two H 75 Ct ?
dr. hundred PROVISIONS. Pork. Mess bbr 11 00.1. II '
and ,
fifty dollars for the animal] ,4 '
by the b.ills; fired by the Indians.A .- on the head, penetrating the skullandthe On the route they saw. Gen. Garcia and Bacon, 4'lb. JO eI ,.-
cut of Lieut. and bodies of others lit fonde at that price it wag knocked downto Lard lb.
his to.
musket ball struck the pistol arms are on way to Durango, 111 ?t
and took the hacked and mangled so as to 150 Gen. her. When asked what occasion she Buu r. '. Ib, I 10 m 23Chee
Peck, OD the lock, impression erally men, having as a prisoner had for ... lb. 10. 111
of the manufacturers: name, as pain: render description almost incredible. Herredia, who commanded at the battle horse, she declared her intention Potatoes, Irish.. .. bbl. 3 10 01DD. '
could have been made upon it.- Capt. Walker left the city on Thurs- of Sacramento. He is accused of to keep it till an opportunity :Sweet, bUlb. 50 O. t' 4.1
si offered of Florida I' 50 a 11
They believe they had killed one of ihe day morning, accompanied by his treason 'and of being fond American forwarding it to Lincoln'lmother RICE. ,'. lb.. J i Ii f- t .

ladiini mid probably: wounded more, mounted riflemen, in search of the mur.. gold. All the rest of the troops had dispersed for whom she designed as apresent..N' SUGAR. Florida. .'I lb. a .. a : ,
Y. Journal Commerce. New Orleans.. lb. I 81 a J' 1.
carried off. ders and I learn encountered for their homes of
bat they were all They we a large Durango was SYRUP. Florida H can. 10 a o. .
In ians' horses. That of Mexicans whom he attacked in state of alarm the SALT. Liverpool pond. .. sack J
killed some of the party a great dreading C'uba.-La Patria of the 12th ult. 1 GO a t II -

night they were joined by the gentle- and succeeded in killing four. Yet, arrival of Gen. Wool, who was expected says that the military preparation's SPIRITS.Gin Brand, ,. .e'" plL H .Za13 10. J It .

wen above mentioned and supplied with we believe there has not been any thing by them daily. Mr. James Magof. on 'in Cuba have reference. solely going to N. E. Ram .Ie". so a l' tl v1 t

freih animals. received of a positive nature in regradto fin was a prisoner, with the city for his the internal aff'airsofthe .island, and es !| SKINS. Deer.Whiskey, ..lit.H .31 4.a 7'' 'i; .

lithe bend of the Arkansas: a partyofPa'vnee I the number killed.Cctrr""pJnflpn prison limits, but well treated by the pecially to the discipline of the regular Panther. $0 1 II 7 ti '

Indians made an attack Mexicans. Bear. 1 CO a3 II
upon 1
troops there. It that Gov. 0'- I
seems ; TEA. "
( ?" f'lh Picayune.) Hyson. lit. $0.1 It ."
their camp, and af tem pted to excite Every thing was quiet in California, Donnell intends to march tivo bodies of Blark. a' lb. CO. It, U t

stampede among the horses, but did VERA CRUZ. May 13. 1847. the whole country in possession of the soldiers.by diflerent routes through the =.

not tucceed. They however, !stole two G -"ntl..men-A band of about 200 Americans, and a very great influx of island for the purpose of military display NOTICE. T -

shot good man arrows Mexicans has lieeu: prowling about thein families and settlers from Oregon. WEEKS .. Hat, '
ihorsei. They a and exercise, and that the firings SIX nn r application will be f, tr'
into the camp but without effect. Theyappl'ared ..nrile(l riflemen's ramp four miles The Monterey Pioneer thinks that an which have been spoken of as indicating made to the Judge.of Probate of Uw County r i-'

to have but one gun among (from this place! two nights in nuccession. advance upon San Luis is designed by something alarming, were'nothing out I: of Nassau John for W.Letters On Bose.of Administration- JIt" of on thefttatrnf 4

them. These gentlemen report that it ami last I night ihe men were Gen. Taylor, as unusual activity pre of the ordinary course proceedings on I'I deceosed. said county. -

is.the intention of the Indians to attack aroused twice by the approach of Mexicans vails in all the departments and four nsch occasions. CHiARLES W. DU BfJSE. i i

every party which they think they are trains loaded with subsistence stores. MARY K. DII BOSE. .
.strong.enough contend with and are Early! this morning our gallant Capt. have recently arrived at that place.] The New Orleans Courier of the 19th June 4th, 1847. (v

very hostUeto\ us. This being the case, \V alkt'f !'tartt'cl out to ,give them battle TheMatamoros-Flag tbat-Genr ult. says ;-Don Pedro' Marie Anaya, "- ::- '
and Had) nice little ski niish killing say tEc'present'actfng Presitlenrof f Mexico NOTICE. '
it behooves the general government inmediately > Urrea has issued a proclamation to the ,
AL 'Ltperann. intermited are ,
four of the the time informant was here during'the invasion of the beyoozfiedth
to send oat a force and whip enemy hy my citizens of Cadareyte very similar intone ti Six Months after the date hereof the under JflignPd. '
them into better behavior. I I Hn J officer of the Rifles, I left to that of Santa Anna. He.calls British! in 1814-'l5, He is or was then Admtni'tnitHx and Administrator, with

Lieuts. Talbot Heal, and the other and }h represents! Walker! a 'lungyay the town for contribution. to. totally illiterate, and ignorant of every tlw will annexed ofjefte Standley.Deceased, will \ '
upon '
gentlemen from California: left San Diego ahead of the PCrftie ftlm fi' st brush, wards supporting the *war, and also'or. thing that belongs to civil and military apply ml.for the Hon.final Jndg e of Probate for Alacbna Lf
County a settlement of their
them I ,,'* the affairs. He wore a gaudy and fatastic i' accQiinta at 4j' 4
on the 25th of February last. At following up. "lies' enemywill ders under arms ali able bodied males I such and discharge front the farther Administration .

the tIme of their departuie, Lieut Col. fillilhat Iht'Y have got hold uf the between the ages of 16 and 45. Immediately uniform, and rode a very little slim .. ofsahl estate.DICEY. ,

Freemont was at Ciudad de Angelos, wrong chap before Capt. W. has done after having issued this procla horse The protesque appearance of STANDLEY. Adm'x.
the rider and the SEABORN J. STANDLEY. AdmV.Newnansville '
acting as Governor of the Territory, with them. mation he set off for the city of Mexico.A afforded caprioles of. pony' E. F., June 4th. 1847. 6m 4 1
under appointment from Commodore This m'lrllincparly a dragoon came much amusement to the army.It '

Stockton. The Commodore had return- in from Santa Fe, whert he hail been LETTER FROM GEN. TAYLOR.. is time .for any country to supplicate io1cE- I
left wilh Keven other to guard some the protection of the Almighty, that
tdon board his ship and had left that A valued) friend and who is also a has .Persons directly or indjrecfly interested. K
such for its chief ALL
and .
of the Col. Win. H. Rus- Rlores Belonging to Government man magistrate.One notified the
;fpm coast. distinguished citizen of. this State, has hereby hy undersigned, thatin
selll of Galloway in this State he Ktate* that a hOlly of about 200 Mexican day he went up to town, and said conformity with an 4ct of the Legislature
forwarded the
county to us following communication -
vas acting of the '!errito.rye afacked them last night, killing : his horse had been killed by the enemy; FZori4aentitl'4."An Act to provide for the re- '
as Secretary which. at the moment, bli\fhment of the,Records of
all his companions and taking possession present but those who knew him, averred that .the Coapty of Columbia flj
will no doubt be perused with general. and for other rnrJNI L".."approved Janua '
(Uen.: of the mores and he only Raved be had killed it himself. -
Kearney was joined about the interest, ry 6ih, 1847-they will file in the Clerk Office of '

9th of January, at San Diego, by Col. himself by running. There is stiotliere.'mpary WEST BATON ROUGE, LA., 'The New York Journal of Commerceof I the District Court for said County pspf'rwrf lj
be of
Cooke with *
the battalion of Mormons 15th May 1847.. llth ult. says.-*'We learn from'good Henry Jones,deceased,to his daughter, CamlineMattaire
\V. hut I that I do not know .by
under his command. Great praise is regret Wm. L Ho totowedonCol. Cooke for the condition whom it i is commanded I am assured by fire, on the first day of N.o, m""r. 1846. Th.
Dear.Sir-I semi you, annexed, an the 'recent act of Congress,, to ply. between
hv witness that he ftaw four dead introduction pr..it1 mails for the ,ofperpejuating
an copy .,
In which he his commandin eye purpose (
extrstflf a letter which I have .recently this and New Orleans touching
port thjB jtpu .and alf too originaldeed. .
Mexicans the ground when < purposes
ILls said: that all his men were in on received from Gen. 1 ayhu;'and as it : a( 'Charlestoh'and Havana, with a .
\V. the It M enera'ily8I1ppns k4i
Meheilth, with their arms as bright as met enemy. bhadowM forth the feel ngtS'afld views of branch :line' to Cbagres will soon be HENRY MATTATRP.

when they set out on the much-inwlcnt (1 that this! party of the enemyare .nfplundering the General, on the subject of the next 'commenced. Two are to be .built at CAROLINE MATTAIRE.

.e? discipline, and without any selOllslou near here small more patties for the and purpose stealing Presidency, in a manner which can do'no 'this"port; ...one at Boston, and one at Alligator. Fla., June ByJAijasS.3pxu'Agenj.4th 1847.: ; 3m '

.violence to tltt.Jt, >eling. 'c.r any one, Philadelphia, each of -thousand_ tons ,
.&,after beinff ioined bv C ol. Cooke, horse than any thing else, have determined to ublii he l :- ,-
I 'have \> ) : burthen, The Cbagres *steamer" is to NOTICE.

I Iten.. Kearney with the Mormons and that portion of it, which relates tu 'a. be of'about n'e thousand' burthen. _
[Swi.tl| C rrr*| "1111.11(''' of I he Pi.n.n. ,] _tons TH E Steamer WM. GASTON,
I Dragoons,proc'eeded to Monterey, where CAMP \\'.ALlCl'T. SPRINGS (i\.-nr Mnntirry,) t subject' in which his name has been" The offers. 7to construct the hulls'and z, :Capt. W. C. McRTpcti., Will di. rt

1 was when our informant ]left. There Mit3. 1847. very generally associated throughout machinery .,vary most essentially in' fceontinue runnin. : to Florida after
I lie had been joined by the two artillery There is a report here, derived; from the country for some time past. IUoso prices-much more"so than was suppo- 'the 1 2th'boiler.June and next making, for the other i purpose of putting I % .' -
I .eompanies. frum Baltimore. We can- pretty good authority from Col. Donip- with the more readiness, because it ledpr: -'tj 'tt -.'" f :, .will! render' _her superior.". to necessary any boat I'1'p11II'twt.irh on the 4t

I .bOt learn from our informant that any hnn's force, and of a very unwelcome is eminently calculated togiife proper t. '1'; rjfer- both for.lpt'f"fI.nft- comrort.4- >

I Portion of t'ol. Stevenson7 command character. It is derived from an at insight into the real .character .>f ..thjs; If,a, miss is''.aa good, J as ,'a\.mih\inw.\ -* 'Due'notice will be given when she will'resume
I from New York,had arrived. Commodore -I: tache of the army at Silenas, a small eminent man. Please. let jrt. have.. a place. : !many! "young-ladies! I :woijld\i r laJt.t$take. .;trt ,y"her nah pIece will on be the on Tuesday roofe. Ht'r'da.oIleni.morninf, and will.Sar. rVi .! .

I ''. .shubrick bad j joined (;en. 1eartey town within about forty miles of this ill your columns... fc,. .-. :make]. .a Itagutff-Cleridand*" :Plain, Deal.A' ; vein Savannah. on Saturday--' !'.> _" .

at Monterey but we are unable to place, and be obtained the informationfrom Yours? ,., er,' ,, ., ,,. -;. .R.. H. D". SORREL. ,.'Agent. ,
learn what their operations would be. ; Mexicans who had just arrived.It Very sincerely ami .lespectfullyj We think;we could makei Vleague" '.,19ne. ;fth. t847't. f'.. I' '1.: .' .
I The question of .'-.. -? .*. **, with Courier..
the right to act as I is to the effect that Col.) Doniphan'iforce : ? -:- : '
I governor of the territory, was still in had been attacked at a pass called "In reg..rd.o the ;Presulency.. I will '... .i 'TAKEN OP M

I. .cltspute between Gen. Kearney and Sierra Gordon, about half-way between not Kay that I would jiotseryeitirioegood % ., .,f' ; -i";J ) ., !..Snm4timP'1DAprilast BROWiTEERrk4;;: stray with i'ik

I Ymmodore Stockton. It was under- Saltillo and Chichuahua by a, Mexican )people,of_ he country! wererto'require ,4 t Fnt Sf'a rle. on-ihe. 31..tuU., ., by'LLze) RY:. ., :an upper j juare in onp :r;.. i

.a.tou ,tbat (;en. Kearney intended set. force from Durango under Gen. Riez- me .t.. cio so, .F.oweVt'rIUUCII Its': i iippoaetl "Mr.. ADBRiKiU. : { .Mr/llr_ B.'CANOVA.' '-," .' Mitt two wd..r.hits io the o'b;...;;;.Th* fa a.d. "well 1&
""iToaton hi. return about the lit of of whom I never recollect hearing be ,' I to: mv fwiihenvf, iH arn'frVe to/ ;SUSM:.." f"1 'daggbTfT:r.- oflhdlate! FbilJp- ,.Wcedmari, a*can b remembered, was 98... {Tbfl owner,'uponanpliiaiion ?' '1

July, but the *tat 0f affairs it wa supPosed fore-and .that Col. D. had J been defeated nay"Aiai. I have."n'8. mrat n.n8lr'1: / the nil of;St. Jyhni county. ,. .. .. *., to" the undersigned' :,- will W'nald 'for'th.s

might delay_his_departure. with severe loss and all his artillery .situation. My greatest perhapsonly' /( ; ',i'.'At,' St... ........,.A.. ,'.gnitiw-bn.r!" ToM. l y". the.. Jim intt.. ,.by J.cks" riyine.RJty2g3847.- ; JAMBSLONO.. St.: t4

LATEST FROM VKRA CRUZ. captured. There may be tome truthin wiidi,',has been :4a' Lriimgcr.aiel: in biinging tlj,:.R....... Mr, AwaiEt", Mt. 'CYRUS' :BISBEE- --. ,-of \ -.- '.,'

!he ttbooner Whig, Capt. Rayner, thi report, ,S the colonel once was this war. to a'speeil jt .i:amrhonon: J6'cJule. Jnck.onville--- .- ,* to-<*{"''&IU.--a..-i ..VIRGINIA' '%'. -. .", --. ROB10U. .' *(> .Colambfa CoHBty. Sberiff'9 Sale, J IS'liJt.

1rbed yesterday from Vera (?ruz, hav- enroute to join Gen. Wool's .command. It has. 'ever1' 'beipnT- aisdsisJlmyarixisuiwisli .,IS-, Ihf" '(ormerl'lucp 3 ;' ; >:4 ; ;i :: ''"*"' % ? fPasacnffcra BY;'Colomhia virtu* of.ei writ of fieri.' faciaiisiuedfrsimt:Cireuu of ths : ,

Saltill All do is to : 'ihatsi'mo iantt.fthe !,' : ; ., :. : .. ,.. ""'" County, Eaitem
lug left there on the evening of Salur- at we can hope : : : : >'"- < ; ,- ,SiaiB.of; Fjorida. J will; expanse to publJc wlf inqni.fsbe
dj..r the 15th inst. Lieut. A i. Brock the report is unfounded 'await authentic : roi! rexpefencf]! >( /taleied I ,_and! ].*irr! !ii,. ..,'t. '" J.:: .' _. ;' :. ,, .r '. .. ,.-.- \'' "!" ( .Court. Housedoor: \ ''ijJft"T.wnbr

ttd thirty-three ifatel being compaof information.. The tram will he oits gtaiesmen! ,(,th6'dt1ntF.flhOUl1lechnefl : : '" .F1J7:1' ,"f N.. WSI'" ;>-imrSt." J"c.- MthewsrOUSavaanahoMJ ., :t.1.' Jigttor iamss'1>> Cvunty, oil the firit,Monday}in.Jo-
F. of the Tennessee p. .caralry, came411Pbgers off in a few moments and 1 hare not li( ,that. high:place''attJie J ;(next"j'- !3ii.riabe, DIbzdD4stvantA :-'ly.A..D.#!847., between > aI/lM>an.ontbat' day '
ihe l ; 5aHf? .Tb
following ,d..c.dsrnper') to *
: j
on the Whig She, brought time to write more. ," election. .lam, IIGt.is6.e4.that.. .,'if "iurlileiiifs'iviH 'G:,1uhiton. .nclla li.R.iJWilU.t.ndf : ':EwthaJfof. the.p Vtqu rtfr of Station i l5Tow ;

JIO mall, that waving been put aboard the '(1!...ibejraiiiy. such citizen, ,'f ladi. :.'M.)1...;." ,'t g'P7c.: So ..>. "".,:.Z1irs h .' ;-E' "B. ,Wced" ,;\V.'> ,hp|' 6, Range_18. Aluhtfo. EasSof tb. ,.Sooth-. .
1chocnerAlten Sierent. which I has not From sht, N.OvPia' y uiif pf the 23l tilt.| :may be'elecled;,. ?-** ""* ..._':, & f l lrby; ..'L, .fluf4iuand1.'. .;. ;. Q.HoJnwi) ... L J. t. ; West quarter; ajsn. ,.ib*Sou .'f..**JMnw. (dm eSoiatk.W.imqtmrtsr

. t arrived. : ,., 'LATERFROM. THE/BllApSf. 'rmujit. b !wsv r.: !!! alowec| J.to, sayr j f '( v "- -' -: -".H"f.eI91 .tter. and:i .tbe. 18ia '

I Verbally we learn tnat th re badej.0 -Rum rei. ;Defeatr 61Col.loniphanNewt .,that:,I'havi, it! ; .)be,. canityti', ".ci'nside' "''.! 'r1;,..,. -RKRLESH.PELQ"- :- --- ... .. :., i. :r ,&I1.iDSeZiop15.'TWflbLp hundred'anHsixty P.., 'Le Rang-*Wt.. tba.U'three 'kl"

% later arrival from the army of ,,from "D.urapgo-Preparitions mys ''r qiJ-alifiedJ.'tI.SC1. 'and;respnm!, lri oflEvIiTmDC: V1UELLo' 1 IT::TaAW.bi'vriitCoUCiI .property: 'ffWilI! Caa m."m aailffif aaui !'ri&'l # ,' Lfenfacia&,1iyQPfJ4

Gen Scott. We have a of the for'the' Departure.Gen.;Cadwala-; iiIil&}&statIE.i.a nl: vhilitiah: .. ve4:frthoraeniiberit f::1\VJil V J\i i >t (. I lwEa'sikii :Wj'e.ToD. .:: l't .

.Quite the: in important(intelligence; < time _couutry1 sbuul4perer! t,(); pouipj'atm.ntiou.! '. & : ; ,- 'i' :.. .
r ;wDth. of later jiewieP Jr ID : "':"i' < '" "A'18 '" j; : :>. ,. \ 'i' ; ;
., ..this tnafetyof stand jdf',ono:. of them ,cpQia 1 1r Mt \...... l10p 'I 1'F. t., r; 'II 4! .:. : ,'., .. ,,., .'. ,.. 1. ( ( .J '. "
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.. .r".{r.'.,f' .,: District;ol the, Territory of.Florida, o'ritlm:I6th I Havetrnted" >! }.he A.store 4. i 1"recently' ", occupied- .'by.Mr*" ,. B.'-' added to ir their_ stock, ,by iho, laie. arrivals from La "AtRt ,:New"rl"MP.CRBi .
i. Vork of Goods Grocerh"Hardware. ::
.' day of December, A. D. 184ludcout1; of New ; afull ..srimeit Dry ,
-and would now that
P. CUTTER solicit. portion :
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE Duval, in favor of John Price, trustee 'c.f June of :pa'tro'hajrt''whd desireTo purchase r *', i ; bio,, &Et: &c.. which '\ : 1 .
SrrPeIf'r.ncl hgninst Abby Dexter, administratrix public they prepared to at A
UNITED STATES. : an .1 pric.
l'tt t .11'" ;, t' of Horatio S. Dexter;Thomas D;.Dexter, DaniiTrestant GOOD'S'"CHEAP :F6R.'CASH., .' They are now. prepared tt purchase,'Cottons, O.t. !, ..:
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h TN''I' .6f law JAMES K. ,.and .Mars Tresvant, hiswfe., .. ., ,y They are now receiving and will keep4 constantly HI ..,:; end nhP produce of the.country, aV!tb W.lt; .atiend t oiIiftIorTh C Jack.oiil1c:* ,;
, x pursuance twill offir at publjc sale, (between the Iegahours ; I on hand, a'geneial assortment of > highest.M rates,, ndmake cash onjnonsignmenis n 1I Qt" ,
ji: ;. ih! :hJ PULK, President of the United of sale, ) before 'the Court HmissatNewd! to 'their friends. Savannah and C; 1D'tlie '"

p .*". r:2tk J States of' America, do hereby declare nan .illf', in said county of Alachua the FIRST Dry"Goods, Groceries, Boots < Chnrfe'ton or NewYork.j 'Flurida E'Ca.
; J'i and make known that public: sales will MONDAY in Juiirt next, all' that 'tract ,.f land S oes;'Hats, &c., tt TheyMiave: a new article of t Wrought. Iron TSiiLI.ILIYINQj: :

I tJl.: be held at undermentioned land longing to Horatio S. Dexter in :the Alarhua Whtrhfthey pledge'themselves In sell AT, THE, :Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call : .

't J Grant by contract with F. M. Arredondo & Son LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, as an inducement Ihf! attention of I'Ianeri.Jacksoiiitl.Nov ATTORNEY 4 .

L': ; : offices in the State of FLORIDA, aj containing one thousand six hundred sixty-six" anda (or CASH Ct'STOJURS'Io call and ..examine.Havine ;' 6.. tf f UW _

t r... .'11'.;, ,t:.; the periods hereinafter designated, viz : third acres, that 1.i to say one third of(wo thousand come to 'determination, to ,keep NO ,- ttbtI1n r.otbr VII practice mall, $.JtC l". F '
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fourth BOOKS and i to their Goods principally ,
hundred and three acres buy ;
four ninety Circuit. t
; l. ) At the land nffir at ST. AUGUSTINE, comnencing March 19. 'o E
; i i4 I and Jeweller.No. .
t conveyed to the said. Horatio S. Dexter by the for the Cash; lh-y'will be enabled to sell them as Watchmaker .
.t.: : I: fJ.r., on Monday, the twelfth day of July MAIN-STKKT. _
said F. M. Arredondo, junior...b.dl, bearing CHEAP or CHEAPER. than they can be purchased -
tf.., !Jl next, for the disposal of tht public lands ,'ithinjtt' STUSC.GILj
; the date tho 13th day of( May, A. p..1824. elsewhere. EDWARD WRIGHT, Respectfully informs the citizens "
; >. i.;;.;.:../ F' wit limit of the undermentioned townships, And eight hundred and) thirty three and'one EGBERT POINSE. Jacksonville and its vicinity.that ATTORNEY ,AND CNS.La 1i', Y'
\ ,. .. 2It to : third acres. the. balanre of the quantity not:conveyed N. B. Hides and other country produce taken ,S he has removed tn the house immediately And Cnmml..nf'r of Df. .

jtt'f ;; :;::(.1I..i Stulk _Ilk? bate line and East of principal, to said Horatio.. Dexter,.i in pursuance of in exchange fur Goods.; -' adjoining the one, recently nectkut, within ald 1.,tb Staid.

IrY.rn meridian.Townihiptwentyone the aforesaid original, contract, containing .in the Jacksonville, March ,19th. 1847. 11. occupied, ns the printing J ACKSOIJ t n
>:'t,!';. .1' of range twentyeight.Townships whole the quantity of one thousand' six hundred office of the"Florida Statrsman."and is.now -, .

t J p.4tt; 1 .Y! v.M-* 9 twenty one and twenly two, of range and sixty-six and two acres, hcin'the same tract BAPTIST. TELEGRAPH, toexecute. with prnmptitude.all orders connected rrcraed S. 'V. DOG GET Vs -

;I t 2I4' t..nly"np. heretofore surveyed, and set apart to the said Ho-- AND with the above line. S.EM LN

. .: tihl.tl' ;.t Townships eighteen and nineteen and section ratio Dexter by Joshua A. Coffee, lyine and being FLORIDA EMIGRANT. Mr Grothe 'would also say, that he nas determined A n..f- .

" :: P1...t... : f I- .ix, in township tWf'nlof. range thirty. upon Hagtown Creek, in the aid Ala'chua Grant. I i confine his attention, in f"lrt.exclusively THE course nf in.trllin
,. 'f Townships eighteen, nineteen and one, The aid tract of land will be.sold to satisfy i I' fouu
, .; t" twenty i Subscriber proposes to publish in tn work in these branches. He render his Ip.n ,rrt.l.
I f. .' r! k;; .f range thirty one. the amount of ,three thousand two hundred and THE a of Jacksonville, East Florida, a monthly thanks to the' friends w ho have given him duct ion and analogy. Students nhn I

I .1kI: j. f, Townships eighteen and nineteen of range sixty nine Dollars ar.dJrly six Cents with interest | newspaper, ofib. aboe'title. It' shall be neutral thirpatronage'ond many trust that his exertions,hereafter red to enter college, maya here, ImunPiu

t;.: J .:r it ',. tbrtytwo. thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum 'tn politics; shall contain. general intelligence ; be such a" to merit it. site stud> .; while those, 'who 1)1'.tM .

t H" ':J '; Township eighteencfrange thirty three. from the date of said decree until paid, .d th- : and in Religion, shall be frank and explicit. wi long, practise in bis business, he feel for a profession:mn_select aucL

! jl t' .r : : At the land office ot NRWNANSV1LLE. corn sum of five dollar and sixty two cents cost. and The papei.wll advocate. diefaithand pv.ctieoftim .himself competent In give satisfaction, and bis best suit !their ohjpgt tl in life bnt".

i .. 'f; t d : anencing on Monday. the nineteenth clay'of Ju1tr charges recorded in snid. decree.. Baptist denomination in the United States,: charges will 'be moder&te and as reasonable The .regulation nf the inithutioi.1 .

= next for the duposnl of the public land within THOS. C. ELLIS.Sheriff. and shall be particularly devoted to the'interests thr,*e nf the North.N. I- with the single r design or i) ,
t l'rCmuln
:' undermentioned and I Newnansville, April 16th 1347 5t of the Southern and South Western States. The al mural .::. I. ; the limit of the township B Clocks and Watches repaired in the best "nt advancement of its
: -t ...!'ljt .,: fractional township to wit: secular and Religious improvement of the people and at the shortest notice. ,; Slierili's sale.
/ ; Stulh of Ike bate line and East of the principal t Alachua County Florida.-.- it shall consider as its.paramount oWigatioa. Jacksonville, Opc.26. 1845. The Preceptor; e.lr.* cultite 1"
vested in I
of he ."
virtue me b11'-w
,.. ,.V'... J ." meridian BY ( power To reprove vice, tn promote virtue, to el. pils' habits.of kind and mmm "tt
: shall ( sale in front of the CourtHouse NOTICEflIu.IsuI.n .
t expose or the mind the worship of the true GOD, and to influence them rather IDI"-1
crate to
I .
! ':L t,, .to j.. Township nine of ran:" fourteen.Fractional drior in the Town of Newnansville, on the .r CoparIDt.hlp.THECOIJAUTNERSHI' by an Ip,
, the word ronditioa of mankind will principle ofthe heart
to improve ly ,
.' tbsnby
'hd. i township twenty seven twenty heretofore : ,
$ ;. second Monday of July next, between the hours existing I .
fI'.t be its grarefiilpnnishment.An I .
; leading features.J
nine and thirty on the main land,
;; : ,.. Sght twenty of ten and two o'clock.n murh of the undivided SWAIM & SON
TICRMS FOR on ic TEAR: :-For twelve copies. $10; accurate of the
I 'f .. efrar. e fifteen. was dissolved the 21st of last the
interest of the following named persons in and to on July by dplh
.t I; 1. To"nhiptwenly, and fractional township a certain tract or parcel of land known an the Ii ix copies, $5; one copy, $1. Advance .payment, decease nf the said W m. Swaim,and the business r scholar and also of the .i*)ti .

!;J1;, :; thirty five, on the mainland, of range sixteen. Alachua Arredondo Grant, as will satisfy. and pay will be expected in all cases. is now, and will be in future conducted by the iJ kept; a ropy nf whleh account,. i* .rnMeiM

';I ..rfl i.., / Township twenty ,pv, n, And fractional town the State and County lax due on'said interests for' C7 All letters addressed to the Editor, must Subscriber, who has had the sole charge nf the with the regular term bi, i.'rftlh.minl.

:': ->.fi; .; ships thirty three and thirty five on the main land, the year 1846, and all legal costs and charges of be pnt paid. manufacturing of the. Panacea and! Vermifuge for parent or guardian, may, '
; .. N. B.. The first number will be issued OB the TERMS FOR A SESSION
:. .. I, .f range seventeen. and about the advertisement and sale. therein, the last fourteen years.Thn i OJTW&tT&WUi
;fl t''(".:. Town.hip twenty seven fractional township to wit: first Tuesday. in June neXt.JAMES Panacea wil)put up as usual in round i Higher, Brands.. ;
:t t'. tht main land, and townships thirtythre MCDONALD. Editor. Common Crunches, O
: ; thirty two on The interest Jeromey Johnson or N. Wells. bottles, fluted longitudinally, with the following,
"F/, _' aud thirty five, of eighteen. Jacksonville Fla.. April 30th. 1847. Latin andGr.l CU-sic. extra. .r.:
.'t : range The interest ol t William Thorn. letters blown on the la.SWRim' Panllrpl
j..:.. i Townships thirty two, thiily three, thirty four The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor. DR. AMBLER, would Philada.," and the only change made i i"lhe nan.eoIJAS. Lessons,. in French, given at the r t.

.: ..'., 'tJl.I',. :; and thirty five, of range eighteen.I The irteiest of John R. Townsend. DENtIST give notice that. he has S\AIM stamped on the scaling wax. .

I.t.; ,; : )..; Lands appropriated by law for the The interest of John M. Seaman. located himself in Jacksonville i and on the label covering the cork, and anew end Anv nf rnpi, withdrawn from 'heSchoolMgnifci, ,
.1.j of schools military or other The interest of John N. Sayr. in, the practice of Dentistry, and having label for the .aide of the bottle, composed of sensinn, except for reasons'viol fj
.j iiirh:; use purposes The interest of Rogers and Price. other!business interests in the place, intends to geometric lathe work, comprising ninH different Principal approves. will he required t"'}.'

. l'" :fi'r. will be excluded from the sales. The interest Cyrus Perking. make:i his permanent winter residence, occasionally'visiting '.tel which have been turned fur the exclusive u.e unexpircd part ofihitsension. i\

4 .4 ; t The sales will each be kept open for The interest of Ichahnd Prall. some other places in the vicinity, in proprietor, by Draper & Co., hank note engravers No deduction will 1.madp in the char;*,iptai

!!. ; 4p;1 : two weeks, (unless the lands are sooner The interest of Aaron Perk. I this way securing to the community the general of Philadelphia. Four dies of drfii-ient traded ft pupil for sickness'tf".iOfI8I. I ar>*.*tice. In cases rsffn>

'f' of and and no pri. The interest of Morderni M. Noah. I advantages of a permanent residence. pattern form the body nf the worl and in the requiring the pupil !lWn >
: .. .It r disposed ,) no longer, drawn from the Scl_ ]
All and i drductumvilk,
' The interest of Israel Frost. opemti'ons Dentistry performed centre i i. a. portrait nf the late Swaim. separated -
: entries of land in the made.
'tf. rate townships I The interest of Noah J RI"\'i"'. warranted. from the bord..r by two circle of 'lathe

.. ; .::; 'k"l so offered, will be admitted until after The interest of Mordecai Myers. T *eth set from a single one to an entire ..rt.No. work. The worn* ""Swaim Panacea,*' are en Patronage is solicilfd from none. .Kn,*n"*i

, J I :n ij! the expiration of two weeks from the The interest of the heirs of Alexander Muir. j .. 27, '46. tfAdministrator's graveilconspieiioiislyon two tinned strips and 'a an rity unqualified of the confidt-nre in the ability *iul0f
Principnl. '
The interest of Frederick semi-circular die form the .
$ I. of said sales. Marquand. large upper mRrin.Tb" -
I commencement Notice. The school) i i.
; ; ; now in a Om.ri.llinr) iri,
The interest of Gilbert Lewis. border are composed nf J.lain lathe workstrips rfm t-
, ; '; _J Given under my hand, at the city of The interestof Bloodgood and Thomas TiJli.i n. NOTICE Is hereby given to creditors of. end outside of which is engraved in small letter* The building i* n large. c .moiodii>tis sad r't*

, : ;l W..ashingto.this sixth day of April And nlaosn mrch of the undivided i interest entitled to distribution in the Estate the entry, of the copy-wrigbt. structure, recently erected bv -e..JC',1k

,' ';': 4 Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred the same said Grant 'of the following named persons of John Weeks, deceased and to all.persons who JAMES SWAIM. 1ofLO.O.F.The ,
"' ;.) and as will pay the State tax for the year 1345. may have any claims or demanliwliatever againstor Philadelphia, August, 1 846.SWAIM'S location is one of well known sehiMtyi
: J forty-seven. interest in anid that unless' i i. easy of access. Board tie unuineii
and the State and County tax for the year 1846. estate trwsame be may Knsonable >
[!l : i t. By the President: exhibited within the of rae*, in respfrtaMi* families in
I and alt legal costs and charges in and about the or deposited period two CELEBRATED PANACEA, ilffibr
1.r3.i>'t'A JAMES K. POLKi advertisement sale thereof to wit : years from the 21st day October 1845, they will FOR THE CURB OJ Scrnfu., General Debility, Jacksonville- .. E.. ,F.. March 27lb,.. 1846. fj
o 'f'. RICHARD M. YOUNG, The Interest of A. D. Forest. be barred and that I will apply to the Judge! of White Swelling, Rheumatism Di8t'a1PI "1 the f

t;r, f ., Commissioner of the General Land Office The interest of J. Delano. Proliutes of HilUborougb County on thus fourth Liver and Skin, and all Disease arising from United States OTaH. ,

i 4a<.1 : Theinterest nf John Rodman. Saturday in O tn"rr. 1847. for a final dischargefrom Impurities of the Blood, or the effects of Mer- Florida fln,1 Savannah packet, via. Pjcol! ,!

. J .t. i .. NOTICE. TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. The interest of R. Davenport.The my said Administration. cury. Creek. Mandarin Jacksnnville/Sr.Joks'iBy

t1f1l:. ;! : Every person entitled to the rightof preemptionto interest of T. [orpmu.. WILLIAM WEEKS. AdmV. SWAIM'S PANACEA has been for more thantwentfive Si. Mar\". Brunswick and DanVn. CIniirI

,- i !\ any land within the townships above enumerated Thn interest of ih" heirs of Thomas DextT. Tampa. Dec.25. 1846. 6m years celebrated' in tbi* country and inEnru..or the. U..' S. Mail' to II,. above place*. "

4VM' is required to establish the same to the satisfaction The interest of'.Suydam. Administrator's Notice. its extraordinary cnrrs---fi the Thp.rPJtnla packet 'ttiwatI.

'P'1 ',"' : of thn Register and Receiver of the proper The interest of Benjamin L. Waite.. MONTHS after date. shall present m cates i>.which reference made to he 'f"rlif* MATrHESP.Me "tt
:i! !t : ;: land office, and make payment therefor attoon r The interest of Barnabit O.burn.. SIX. and ,vouchers, as administrator of) and books (which may be had gratis) accompany 1pr. has Urn th"nuLIJ',.cp

'1 : "i': all practicable, after geein/f kit voile,.' The interest Shiven .Parker. the-estate of John Moore lute ofDuval ing the Panacea. 'lft'.1I..I, h r deck 'and cabin rebuilt, sal W

: l'; ,' '\ and before thH day appointed for the commencement THOMAS C. ELLIS, deceased, to he Hon. Judge of Probate .for county said It has been used in hospital and private practiceand tmmely"furnished nnd pointed, and KIT msrWwi
;; 1f ;L of the public sale of the lands embracing I Jan 8. 1847. Sh.'fiflTnnd Tax C.: II.vinr. county. fur" final settlement 'if said estate and has had tho singular fortune of brine recommended improved. As for accomnWsfioo an4_

t : : : ..: tract claimed ; otherwue such claim will be fur. shall at th..ltme tim apply for letters ifdismi'- by the mon celebrated physicians and fort she cannot be surpaosfd l kv.afl, to!,aiik
4 '' ( d. Tax Collector's Sale. mute This boat sill) arrivrat Savaamhrai
.Ite eminent others
sion such administrator Iff nllicr
a 1 which'all by
; L&; l RICHARD M. YOUNG virtue authority vented in me by law, I person interested persons. Among Thursday miiming. rVfiw the rfpparture; of lii
:; B.Y in said estate aredesirfdtn fake notice.April9.47. W. Gitaon, M. D., Professor of Surgery, Pa.
;, ': '* ."" Commissioner of the General Land Office.April .. have levied upon the following lands, VMS : University. 'dllil, line nf reamer for Chartetton. mflidilrrteveryevening. )
,, j.'WLrrf', 23. 48.000 (forty eight thousand) acres, returned to JAMF.SACKER. Admr. .
; Valentine Mott, M. D., Professor of y
th. Assessor, that of the Arredondo Administrator's Notice Surgery, -" Al' .
::1. moby as part N. Y. University. pas" ncpr wMhin; to lake pasMg,will.
: In Circuit Court. Grant I lying in the county of Marion. SIX MONTHS after date, I'shall make appli W.. P. Dewetts, M. D. Professor of hri, or barqu. line which Jfave. Ssvsnnah.ot
i itvr[ :: EASTIRN CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. Also ,320 (three hundred and twenty) acres, to the Honorable Judge of Probate for Pa. Midwifery, Thursday and Saturday for New York.tffa rAt

It f .,Ukt ? County of Dnval: In Chancery. returned by the Assessor in the namo of Patrick the County of Nassau, fur a final settlement and .University.N. M. arrival nf the St. bf1h..,,from F/ ,rid.."
i-i-r. D. Professor
Chapman of
!- .* *:-M. JeanC. Pelot Charles! H. Pelot, R.. Hacket. allowance of my accounts and vouchers as Administrator Physic,. Pa. "- .Passengers, with ihfir Ugea;., nillUM*]

i! ;:',. \ .:: Administrators of all and singular Aim, 790 (seven hundred and ninety) acres on the' estate of William'C. O'NpiU.latp.{| University.Parice board lr rill.r lm.>, if rf'tJ',i..d. .

Jr ;', ,= the Goods anti ChattelRights andCredits Bill for P ro. [tax for 1845 paid) by Co! RawU) ,] tax du. for nf said county. deceased, and for a final dischargefrom Philadelphia T. 1., D., President College Physicians, The alwve boat will leave a* follows: ._ .

.,, ; .' dOC..i'I : of James D. Pelot I deceased. A. D. 1846. returned in the nam of Kmgl y B. my Administration on said estate. Leave Pilatka every Tuesday, A. M..ar S s'daiPicolata
4. t" rata distribution Dr. Del Vail. Professor Medicine, Havana.
,. Gibbs; locality unknown, no numbers returned by WILLIAM WINGATE.Adm'r.Nov. .. .a |1'I
-r- ".;: = af assets Jose Lourenco da Luz, Professor :
"t, . Y*. Tax Assessor. 13. 1846. 6m BJ".k'C..pk" P. Jf. '3 *.
,/,f of Es-
I 4: ; l ? Hooker & Charles I shall offer for sale, within legal hours, before Executor's Notice. Li.ln. Jlld..nn\'ille" nIght 12 '
taTe&e.&c.N. J. Member
".: .1U' % ton, a. Hooker Ryington :BY1ng.1 nail for an the Court 'Hon, door,.in Ocala, on the first Monday SIX MONTHS after date. I .hall present my London.Chipman Royal College Surgeons For freight n: passage,. apply to Capt.Me$4!$ ;

; } if1: Risdon, William M. Injunction.Herman the 6th day ol' September next, all of the a- .'" and voucher*,'as Executor of the estate G. W. Irving, late Minister to Spain. ontsoardorto
": I Charles' F. Leeds & hove described land., or us murh thereof a. 'will 'of' Mary Fernandez lute of Nassau JOHN BOSTO.V : S
It ,
. Sir Thomas Pearson
.J'k' f i.il.it Bag*"..' Ri don, Leeds & Baggs, J bn sufficient to satisfy the amount, nf tax'dun ti". deceased, to the Hon. Judge of Probate .for county saidcounty. Army. Major General" Brti.1 AgenSnsr

;, !,.j.. 'f"ttij. et. "I. creditors, &r.. &c.IT State of Florida for 1845, together with mount f sir a final settlement of said estate, and Gilbert Robertson, British Consul &c. FERNANDEZ. : & BISBEt
. I i M1 having been mad to appear to the satisfyc- due th. State, and cnu.n'Y.flf Marion, fur the yearA. shall at the same time apply for Letters of Di-imis- -nd also, the .wonderful & Agents. ,Jwksu*-f\IIt.

l )1fA tion of the Court by affidavit, that several I of D. 1846, and all legal rn"t* that may accrue ion, as Hiich Executor of which all persons interested Swain.Panacea. have for .curf.I..ft"rc.Ied made it by A.. COY ,
the Defendants'named in the Bill of Complaint fi. thereon. E. D. HOWSE, Sh'ft"an1; in said (estate are desired to take notice invaluable The Panacea manyears an "- Agent.'Bl ckC/ *I

; led in the above entitled cause reside out of the Ex'officio Tax Collector. for Marion Co. JOHN L. VILLALONGA, remedy.in form 'd,1P1 not ror- j TThe steamer SARAH SPALDUKU11
4 t"in mercury being innocent
: State of Florida and Iu'yonfilhe of March 5th 1847. 6m ., 15 any an in connection '
f3El1 jurisdiction January 1847. Executor. preparation,it may be to tender iu.r..t. with --llii boat' tn r"'I"
; iiiti; :- this Court, Therefore, on motion of Gmgory NOTICJB. lh most Lake Monrce, one liondr l and.tw.nj.5wI!"

L 4&t3 :. Yale, Esq., Solicitor for said Complainants, Levy County Sheriff's Sale. PERSONS having claims against Negroes who are confined in 4bove. P..ltl.-.Ul'. the St John river.Sept. ,.
the es- large on .
: ___ Ir ORDIRKD That the said Herman Hooker ALL .
< is WILL be sold,on the first Monday in January ,*of Sarruel Henson, late'of Columbia plantations in hot climates,are peculiarly liable tn 13.; 1846. ,
and Charles Byington, as Hooker & Ryington; (1847,) between the hours of 10' &2 -
County deceased, will them the Subscriber such form of arising from vitiated '
_ _ _ present to dil..alf. a statenf
II.acN..Ri.don, William M. Risdon, Charles F. o'rlock that the South'\Vp" Florida and SavannahPacket. R(
on day Quarter of the ,wit bin the time prescribed bylaw, [two the blood and a want of cleanliness and vafirt .". ;
Leeds and James B. Baggs, as Risdon, Leeds & .South West Quarter of'Section 7. Township 16 of fiind. ) -
years.] or they will be. forever barredand. all These dilPl'e an frequently set regular 2CJL-I ,
Bggs; H. G. 0. Babcock k; James B. Morgan; Ran and the North TnE-rp2111a1"Sr..m'Pitltit.w*
Quarter of the those
indebted to, said estate, are requ.strd to practice nt defiance,. and render their! miserable 'J .'
!rEiI1 Henry Bacon; John Mallery ; Chester Bishee & North We t Section : GASTON, Cap .2FP.'ck.P1
..Quarter, 18. Township 16, make ttoV.. H. ROUSSEAU victimsboth: useless and
pay men tntheir
Jacob Gutterson, C. Bisbee & Cc. Amos P .sp"n.h't master, fetijj f
as rive PiciHaM
Iihl ; Range 19,South and_Ea t, containing 80 acres; oral Administrator. : that planter would study their at every
Shumway, and others, be. required to appear andanswer much ns will satisfy the taxes due on'the ,same Little'River, Fl Mrcb 26th 1847. dial .that of 0"1 interests al' ing at 9 A.Loft each week,'.n4 will-hwt.1
sail Bill of within four months 2m humanity// by keeping always a .F, -*!. for 'MannVrfn JI*HSt.
Complaint for the present year. (1846,) with all costs and expenses :' uiply,of Sw ; Savannah via ;
I er, the same will be taken as confessed against accruing for adve'rIisinRtlIe'same.. The NOTICE. : Panacea,Vhtrh'appear, ,tobVthe'only : Mary, ahd ellj other fmmeiirrn ., r rt'"
them. MONTHS alter'd-t*. I shall f- thing. which can b relied on in .such 'in' : "
'SIX ? T--
above named lands are situated in Levy count*,on pre-eni.my cap.s.- >::! i 'Savannahaly on
IT is rcRTHiR.ORDSRIO, Thnt a copy of this the, Wiihlacoorhv11 short distance above'th .well eCohiflt. and-vouchers- .,., as, .' Executor of John fcThe retail, been reduced. Passpngen for Charleston cu, 'PI!.l C
Order duly certified by the Clerk'of this Court be Brown. lato of Nassau county, deceaseri'/to'the price lo n DoUlar ) ilwj ,
known place called Fort Clinch,and owned and 'and Fifty Cnts 'bottle. i HI evMning thta. aaiiy line rfSietmet. ;.
published in some Newspaper printed within the claimed by James Lyi.ch. and haunded by 0. S. Honorable the Judge of Prohrie'of said county, lf pints,) curthriibnsth'flir per Four, (containing' i th.e'h The .Gaston riizm in innertW wlla' l.MIta?

o. Eaitera Circuit of Florida, on:e.a week consecutively lands, unless there 'have been land recently purchased or a final settlement '01 estate, and shall at "*, Dollars. :Washburh & WildprV'Brigait.w of'PRf ..-
: for four months. the same time apply (or Le tf'ri.f Dismission : .. ALSQ'S'WA'M'SVFRMi .UfF. wbihon.ieavea.evrT7$1!
4 ,. adjoining. The abovelands' wijlhn sold at aa: A" wr:York, of
$t THO. DOUGLAS Judge, the Court'Hoosw of Levy County. [R Daniel i I..]] such Executor, of which all fran. interested i in riiiie lyforail Family: Mtdicn.IMnl.f arw.proved aor.ingi v.'!- A '! ,.'t-;rrTh :i

t I, OSCAR. HART, Clerk of said Court do W.D.. ; ANDREWSShenfT.nd'Tax said. I estate.i' ,j are.. JOHN"desired A.to' .. I; ,!! "f>h. Pigetise.Oransuek. a*', \Y from Debility $- ..Ga. .ton dor*.not''-' return'M *'l'fa.( iK-Jtt.Black' C-

1 4 hereby certify the above to be a true .of an Collector for'I4p."y CAVEDO, .EIPltor. Morbils. m..CIP' her.w.. S."inn.fi
1 copy county March 1847J: 'tit D 'ftpr Fever amf Agile, l.jj.tNiliES'OP'PACKETS..juf!.
i .
Order duly made and entered of record in the a.bo. October 23.1346. -r- -. '. .I ';{Sirk BlfJnl' .
I 4' ..'.ntht..d cause on the seventeenth day of 07.The above sale, is postponed .'0 the fat : NOTICE.' '. p T let(which HeadVehe.&c.bad & S.'tbe'pnmph. The virWU'compming ibis UrnwU1beW' .

4ii Aprif(,'A. D. 1847. Monday in February next, Jan .15,1847 A. Lt'"rn".having demand' again tlie] ,.E5 may b gratis accompany ing. the be nVspetc. bed regularly "vfry.Mondjiy as

; i IN WITNESS WHEREOF I cTl e above sate is postponed lo"tl# first rrtff DalnelUte Colombia Vrrmifng.--------' .' )"_ Bt r.CLl NTON,T. Lvon. mait,>>,Ju"11

4 ; L.S. 7 hereunto md Monday in March next. .'. Feb 12 County! deceased,.will present Jhe' within. Street, hehw'Cie.nut$ SQ.rlh'I BVAqCUSTA- ., A. .1%!. 'Sherwoo '
41:i t > set myh<. and affix the seal six-months ;, I ::PIiilade1iuthTind June 23: ; Oc' ,)1'.:'
.* of said Court. 07 The above sale is postponed to the first to the subscriber, IhPl' 1 be barred by all Dirit ,
.1 k wv** 01 respectable it1athe United .
States.4' ; *
forever. '* New bark VERNONW !
:Monday in July next. March 26Ih.1 irc: ,
i OSCAR HART, Clerk. r. C r'- .I i' AGENTS.. -. .SA V It NN.A ,. tfrMrt"
; A.Hjwleyinii
April 23, 1847 4m '- -- .ITHOMASB.FITZPATRJci New York-H H [
FOB SALE. -: ," *. (lrnini.. r8torEnfiBcio.. London Sbi..flin I I Brig EXACT. Johnson'; : ma'stnvJ*!lil"] ;
V r:
NOTICE. THE,SUBSCRIBER offers' fortsalr, all that Ale.tor. Feb. 19th.l847.:. ';'" gm LiverpooU. &I.ll Brig EXCEL,C. B..l SmithwiuJid.I; l ?.1
: ,Land with the Eng.-F. .a 'Co 1 "Tb>*e vessels commanded mfxperi ,
buildings theieoo: ari by
tract ,
.. ;
indebted "h .. NOTICE. H i"n.L G .
: persons to the Estate of' lne. .Y. ,4t : M"UZr.1 'L ; "- .
'r--'U ': Vxertioo
ALL situated at rjame.Point, on the :iveuSt, Johns : t \ :, f ,nee who will ne,every, l*'r-
1.vrtv1 .
'. h. deceased, are requested to ciime. .AI4L, permnnhavjn1Jejnsnd the fsWW'C Vlparaiio.i.Atex.Crnsj. \ .i- .
miles .
about 12 from'JacksV nville. This building'scomprise + .Passenger*,as,comfortable a'; possibK j
i ; forward and make. immediate' payment; ,, and thosehaving \ N good dwelling house of one slofy, lath' : ?' : :.?l rflV! Colombia. RuennuiAyrn-OJ.Hsyes&C ; JheV will ..tl punctually a.':'.'nl *. *
4tfi7 demands will render them in ..renr"inr'IG'Iw. C )ht1.d" ued,';will present thesam.withjn St.Thoinasr-A' H Riise.- ..', ".
'ed and plastered, together .several out housei,, ,I silt : .- eases be towed to sea bv a SieamEoar/,..? -

I: ''iflR Admini. ELIZABETH.iratri on'the C A Estateof RUTH BRS, 'and,the tract. 'of land, contains..,fift,'J one, acresiThesituation ,. ,_ redforever.:months. to,the subacriberrih.y:r ''. '* .will' I, b bar. S.Canton wlch'Islands: wirdl-. }LB.nn.I i' r1"! .. .- t" (nORG&HOL. ... ; ...t.-.fiDt.J

vn James Caruthers /i i .is elevated. .and!hfalthy, and Jo anyone : THOMASB.:' 'FtT PAT Calcutta- ,J.: ; f.'f t $ c. .-, .AI nt.i". !.'"
Huffnafle&iCo. .q
deceased.OkihuoipVa ; ,
; desirous purchasing gomf farm i the' rn{ K n & t : .'.bllc.n he 'H'UrM.' Si?Alieatlnn ; ds'' ,
Marion ;.a .place f.: 1. t Arltnin.traor April ._. i:
Fla. > '
county will be sold aVa'baVealn-1: fl. H 'I 1'4officlo.j Z.84L. :. 1'__ 3m&V ti, B... K CAftR'&CO.t'
j AfnTl6ih... 1847. } .6W > "- Alligator F.b 19tli, I847.tt "._ .". :
1 ; M -.1 ;'HENRIETTA: BARNARD.'. I.W ', : ,. : : "Exe tOjs'rN fle4c4 j.3 JulvlSIT'. .. y, 'L'J.45; j i-'. 1t..1d :.14 -, .
"' l ._ ,ill Mr2'h1j247.a/: if / t 'A>:Llr -
; ; NOTICE. -Sa_ ; :'ptrm \ persons who have.lry 'demands against : '.
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7 ; lhiISlr&i t
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1k' cor lal ihceitai-ofCpenrge deceased '
'A : I:iftnitth. '_'
LL EsIeBCiitf ,
persnnshivhtgdeman1ssgafng thmi"t'Ll *A J .r.

4, ate nf\William'Johnson: .late Of Columbia'- MON1pS NOTICE.mJ, alter f'H .t will preMhi f.J'my. ..l.nr\Jwmtut"1oy ,. fCUItor;' n'Mlr' .> "i please'- --preient. ,them without 'deNVItft { Lc '',SIX',4Q11s.! a'nd' ,after.lriati4wU1'Hale.tl i.1aiaI1 p "

#+ t 1n .,fOQnty. deceased, >re hereby notified to prew>at'tiera ;S. final arfimntand/youc-hersjo' the'Hon. Jutfge -. at .then, to J ijje/ wqrlthln CHARLF.SM.WELLS, iSRMLLORYq .1h.! r.t..U fi, John 'Bnt..ftIlOD, tstf. l
t I U tt'lhe'Adminisfrator. ; of said estate, within. ,of Probate. for'tlie.-! *county. ( "'ol'?* Jq.
two years frotnt1at.herenf.ortheywill let a dllr.harrf' Adoiinistrarorde.bonts flnvnThPEstt. Ic ; .". c' '. V final settlement efw
will / Hinlyi f..r
'h' 7.o "I" ? !
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mskepaymato.lJtnsi /
fererer afterwards barred. And all .hose indet ted of J.: and:E.'W.1.A r morid:deceaird, ..t! 'ht' "A &tI t .I.i rJt } ...f1.! .. ,Hi'f'r f'1"f. '.i"t' i oW."' tte;and shnllat theVarne, lime'ppy .w*!;
t* lAid estate are requested Io'make payment ,Orangelate Mosquito county. :* t- ;" "' ; '::;.mllr EarjCLARKf .1 .smfMlol &p&h t ,Im" & rtWH*1JI

ti GREEN JOHNSON. 'Ad\'r. '.*,"r.i.V- f JAMESAllMOND/" :.i DALJNECIARK': dm.l: 'mKU. .' ;J on* interested. .in'said Estate; are &"*i:l

: + iittU Rim, ArllZ3, U47. : *i ; Msy 21. a(7.., Admtairtktox b.aii naa : J;-f'f.A 1 Beaten c.' 'L'r":, DS.. I.,.)a41. '... (' ..;\; : r' DICRIPIOJ. notice. JA& R.,ROBERTA.

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