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: July 2, 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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p-Advertisements.reqIzirei.will be continued unUl forbid1Dlertl'n. fpr a buoy-boat off thegst end ofTTuckernrack I 4& land fifteen thousand dollars J. Mrtionoftthe ublic lahd:linwithiq all that the .\ f Speaker of.tH Houofi Etiyes; J: J ,.
charged for shoal, and one on the end of Great or S Sandy I .:?or twenty'ifroug1\t-'Qn buoys'tq'be placed Territory of\V wcpnsi \nort "'and'-west.:or'-the ,. : ;)J. !f

g7Fsve do1rs! wSllbe charged. for all announce- point, rip, eight hundred 4oll. I in the waters of Texas, five thousand 4ollars; Rowing boundary;to wit;-Commencing at the | Vice.President of theTIni_ 8t45.nd>,: ;,. i .
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For repairs causeway Mississippi the dentTbfth6i.Bcba&
$10 00 river on. between townships ., .c' i
o:otiif Debtors?. for Six and Months Creditor t : : 10 00 and shore at Edgartown fivfr thousand I' Fpr abeacon4ight'n4 preparing the head of' tWiySt,?. and twenty three north inning 4nsMarch3st7: :f -i"*"* '; Lf: 'I 1I

N for Letters of Administration 5 00 dollars. :t Kpipier for the game at Vermillion river, three thence. eastalonjaJd Me' to the fourth'prince I f ,Kp I
iDnliotion AU religious notices will be inserted gatui.gstl. In Conne ticvt. .thousand dollars; Fal mendiari, thence nprth alqng said meridian --

If. For a light- ouse on 'the North Dumpling, in :iFora'light-ho'use on'Western Sister island,in pile to.th%dividing townships twenty Jine .. .:"A inn some years- -ago- ",wa indicted-: ': .: IJf
communications will sound five thousand doflars. < Lake four,thousand dollars. .: .' and ttewSSSSS ,
rr: All admissable personal Fisher's Island Erie thirtyj thence'east. along said township line Voiirt: S atq tKe 5Sft l m'
U attvertis ments. For a beacon on the Southwest ledge, in New S In Illinois.For. to the Wisconsin river .thence up the main cimeofpetitlareenj evldenwISlittrd _'

'lC1 Id bills forJob Printing, must be paid on the Haven harbor, one thousand dollars. '. S : .a l light-house at Chicago,three thousand channel of said river tJ'th boundary: line be UpqnwiItc1earIy! !appeared that the"defenT!' S

lire'1 ot the work. :I For rebuilding the lig1t.-hou.se at the entrance jive hundred dollars; S ', teen the State of MC1Igai1end 11'fhf-l:
addressed to 'of
be J'Jai! .
j"Rl1 comtnonicafxros must ptrid.AUTHOWTY.. of New Haven harbor, at a place to be'designa' For a light-house at Little Fort, four thousand of.W x,:shall 'fwm'* land district'tq'be bn' gt s g *j O' h
&, HAZlA RD. postage C 'oh c W
BLtCTT ted by the Secretary of tbe Treasury, ten thou dollars. called the".Chippewa land district; ,and for the g dantedbyth : an twenty 1 1 hU I

rBY sand dollars. S S. Michigan. sale Pf the,lands in s aid district.a land'office h nt arayoffactajjg and hF J 41t\\ 'I

For buoys at the following places, viz: One For a light-house Monroe. ,S.three S. thousand' s ia1be estaWshed| ;at such place therein as'the ment h "e.rse Wljien 01 } ( ,

tatea P".e4 at the Moulton's ledge in London"harbbr., one ,'dollars; Pfesfaent of|)Le Unit d States may elect. the jury retired, and efiera' J'sc'1&dr I!

Laws .r ,h. .i.11 l1aill4 pt the Twen17.NIntkCUITCIJI on the outward end of the northeast bar"of"Two For a light-houso at Clinton \river, three I SEp 2. ,Ati$be it further enacted,. That the retnrnedaTjj ,0f'peti j4rcen :.The.'J' .I I
.a4 Tree Island," one on the north end qf Baftlett's thousand dollars; -/ Secretary of the Treasury shall cause a geologi. to ,mot' f ran W, 'hich.1r88, hd ..f; ,

reef one on the south end of the.Great Goshen For o light-house near Waugosbance the sum cal examnitipn and. e .. byhe turt utthA. ;:1'. '-. };'

ACT making further appro reeftneon.White'.17.et*' *XV3'-*.,. Appropriated by=,the.ftcjt 6f eventjvJuljrjeigb; >'. cedi saidrdiistrict ibe made __-,repoiL1to, .'tAJd1y- Iiia time,:tl1&JAYj: i''8pote"thrt'W' ,* r F I

CRAP.5Q.-AN bring the existing war with Mexico "bayano"one aVlheHousatonic river'the, um5ofseven teen hundred a dthirty-eighj;to-wit"; twehtyve the Commissioner of the General Lad Oc&- an t Su1tcl"hic4'w a'.mnd tf" !': L

pri&tioto and honorable conclusion.SEC. hundred and twenty dollars. thousand dollars,ishereby appropriated; And the President is ereby authorized to cause the jury of gtulty .grand larceny.. Aeain' ':.

to a To complete the sea-wall for the protection For a light-house at Point au Barque on the such pf said lands a may contain copper, 'Jead, the,attorney arose. t& move.. new.trial. Ha ,t
and House
!. Be it enacted of by the the United Senate States of the light house on Fair WeatherIslan4 near westerly shore of Lake Huron,'and at the mouthof or otpr valuable omj to tb# exposed to sale squared himself,and commended in a &. of, : i t":1 &; j

DI Representatives Black Rock, ten thousand dollars Saginaw bay, five thousand dollars; giving six months' notice of the times'and places gramliloquence worthj;of an'itinerant traJredian. tei'fe; I

erica in Congress assembled, That whereas In Rhode fsjand.For For light-house at De Tour'where the river qf sales in uch'newspapers general circulation .' He had spoken bfrt a few".wordi when the United '
exists between
tite of war now a buoy onBrinton's reef near' th|entrance Sault Ste Marie empties into Lak6 'Hnronj'fiye in the several States'as he may deem ex pruoner rushed forward, sewed himMolentlyi 1"; 'j
Ljes ind the republic of Mexico, which it is and thousanadolhursj "Si pedient with' brief of the lands by the arm said ,:3 I
of the harbor of Ifewport, for placing a description to aid ; 'Hus hush. for eaVen8. !
jgSrible should be speedily 'terminated upon buoys on Buckley,rock Race rock, and on For a light-house at White Fish point, on' be offered; showing he number and localities sake,hush! Another speech wSnxang me.a. ;;,I
just and honorable to both nations; and four Jiundreddollars. Lake thousand dollars of the the sureasrma'Ininiui.> '' i; k i
t-mj the east end of Watch Hill reef Superior, five ; nines, known, profcabilitybf discovering :; I If
ljureas assurances have heretofore been given Fpr5a light-house at St. Joseph's, three thouv others,the quality of the ores} the' fa ili. 't -

tbe)Ternment Mexico that it was the desire In Nero York. sand five hundred dollars J ties working the mines;"and the mean!) apd Fanny Wright: was, at late dates lecturing I .

of the President to settle all questions between For light-house at the entrance Cattarau- For a light-hpuse .at Copper Harbor Fort expense of transportIng'' their products to the .ri London; her.subject, "The Mission of 5 ; t

the two countries on the most liberal gus creek, four thousand dollars; Wilkins, Lake,Superior, five thousand dollats. principal markets in'the United States. '.AJ d land co ifere4 with reference to theciviUia-Eiig."'_ Ij h f,

ud satisfactory terms according to the rights For a red light on.Gover or's island, one hundred -. Jfn Wisconsin. all the lands embraced in said district not re- bonal Hispry Mot 1."J1 Europe and 1 !

or each and the mutual interests and security of and fifty dollars; S For a light-house at Southport,'four T thousand, ported aforesaid ) s shall be"sold in .the same of the D tl esof te hour. ,Admission denonn, ; i

ftetwo countries; and whereas the President For a light-house on Execution rock, in Long dollars. ;' .' S mannei! as other lands under the laws how in pence.Nem. two l-a'fli 1
be able to conclude a treaty of peace withthe For Tail the force foi the sale of the: lands S :
jay Island sound, twenty-five thousand dollars; a light-house at or near point, at public exceptingand --- 1
republic of Mexico prior to the next sessionof 'hundred moiUh thousand dollars. from such sales section sixteen : : -L- -ttb J.
For a beacon on Sandy Hook, three of Fox rivey, foor reserving in $ .
Congress, if means for that object are at hisdiso5a1 dollars. SEC.2. And be it further enacted, That th.e each, township the use. schools, and such" clllatiMehemet.M of has found a .f"1!
; and whereas, in the adjustment of so For a beacon on the south side of Staten island works at Cary's Fort reef, Florida; nearWaurgoshance I reservations as thePresident' shall deem.necessary ,- .the immense source revenue ofmummie.in thefi'linen inwkicli 1{ 1 I
-jjiycomplicated questions as now exist ben three hundred dollars Michigan Minot's rook Massachusetts for public uses. are wrapped I' rit Pi i
countries it ; ; I l by applj ng it to-;-,%. manufacture of .
tf the two may possibly happen For three beacon lights pn the river St.Law ; Whale's lack j New Hampshire; Fair I SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That every i Calculations, founded ". paper.- ;f:4':
will be called
that an expenditure of money which rence, at the passage of the "Thousand Isles," Weather island, pear Black rock, ConnectIcut'' person or persons who shall be in.possessionby niake the, linen swathings upon.of the'ancient tmy statistics. 'i ji it f

to by the stipulations therefore any the treaty of three one at the head of the !arrows one at Low and Brandywine shoals, in the Delaware river, actual occupancy, of a mine mmes actually Uans worth2 ,000,000. Egypt f': ;

my be entered into; and the, sum is Rock islet below Alexandria and'' one at the Pennsylvania shall be executed under the superintendence discovered previous to the passage'of this ii r R

millions of dollars be. same in the hereby shoal below Crossover island, six thousand dollars of the Topographical Bureau. act, and vh'shall pay the same rents as those Mr.Winans editor of the Cohoes Advertiser '
out of :
propriated, any money treasury SEC. 3. And b.e it further enacted That the who hold ifJi
the ; leases from Secretary of has adppted fortlfe motto .of his the rei $!
to enable President paper,
sot otherwise appropriated, For a lighthouse ,on Teller's point on the light at the Delaware breakwater shall hereafter War, and which.rents accruing from such'occur ply that old Rough and Ready made Santa ; ;
to conclude a treaty of peace, limits and Hudson river four thousand dollars be in lud'Xl within the list of thpse established to J"" :
with the republic of AJexico to be ; '. pants aid lessees shall be paid and deliveredto Anna when he'&nt a flag of truce to ask him.if- 1 f '

loundaries him in the event that said ,when For furnishing the light-houses on the Atlantic by law. : such officer of the Government as the Seers- be would surrender'vCmfte and tateme?. i i

wd by the authorized treaty of the two coast witlj means of rendering assistance to SEC. 4. And be it further enacted. That the.i tary of tfce Treasury shall direct shall be entitled j j 1

signed by nts. and ratified by agents Mexico shall call shipwrecked mariners,five thousand dollars thesame following named light-houses be, and they are i to purchase the lands on which the'same. A party of Mormons, who emigrated .last 11 i rF.i ,
IOvernm to be under the control and directi of is situated at time to the from Missouri to California _
the eipe'nditure of the same or part hereby,discontinued,to-wit:one at the west end or are any prior dayof year ,suffered great ,

for Hereof full and accurate accounts, for any which the Secretary the Treasury.In of St..George's land and one at.the entrance of sale fixed by the President, in legal subdivisions hardships; on the route, having lost all thei 1.\' ;1 '!f

jupenditure; shall be by him transmitted to Pennsylvania.To St.Joseph's bay,in Florida; ole at Cunniighath'sharborand not exceeding in the aggregate one hundred work cattle on the Salt Plains. The survivors. 41 I h

continue the construction of the lighthouse one at Otter creek,'on Lake Erie; 'and sixty acres, to include such mine or subsisted for some days previous to theirarriYal J '
a day practicable.
at early as
Congress as March 3 1847. on the Brandywine shoals, in the Delaware -. the Light-house on Otter creek not to be discontinued mines, paying to file United States therefor at Yarba Buena on the bodies of some of their. .1 t !; J

Approved, river, thirty thousand dollars. however until the' light-house a$ Monroe the rate of five dollars per acre: Provided, companions who had perished frpm hunger and; t f '

CHIP.51.-AN ACT to provide for the punishment In Nero Jersey. be completed;and that, whenever the lighthouse Thalj prior to any entry' being made underlie fatigue. S i'f! '
: i
of piracy in certain cases. For a beacon- ght at the corner stake (so palled on the Execution rockg, Long Island soundis provisions of this section, proof; of possession -. tl ?'I,' .

I ) between Elizabethtown point and Shorter's completed,then the ligbt, at Sand's point, on occupancy as aforesaid Of the mine, erminesclaimed Port ry.-The Syracuse Star qucesin"breath : h,

EEC I. Be it enacted by the Senate and Houseof island, and for a small light or lantern at Shorter Long Island, be d.iscontinued. shall be made to the register and i-ecei- less admiration," some extracts 'from a poetical 1 :
Representatives of the United States of ve of the land district :with the evi effusion the "Utica bard" Mitt. C. '\
s island, five thousand' dollars; Approved. March 3, 1847. ? together ? Bankco 'I
America i in Congress assembled, That any subJect of the of all du'ajhe United Esq. -of which is j
For alight-house on the south end ofpuck deuce payment rents thefollowing tie concluding

or citizen of any foreign State who shall be er's beach, six thousand dollars; CHAP. 53.-AN ACT for the admission. of the States agreeably .to such rules as may. be prescribed ? stanza: ; [- : i, :;

:/ooadani taken jon the sea making war upon For a buoy in the south channel of New inlet, State of Wisconsin into |he Union.h' by the Secretary the Treasury for ".Fwm Buena Vista they do say ," 1 i
the United Stales, or cruising against the vessels shall The-M i
near Tuckerton eighty dollars; thatpurposewhicregIst.er and receiver a ruawayvWhile -
Whereas the of theTerritory'of Wisconsin
people ;
and property thereof or of the citizens of For placing buoys in Little Egg Harbor four did on the' sixteenth day of December; each be entitled to receive one dollar for his serf faylorget on his whi\e\ lioss ;,fH

the same, contrary to the provisions of any hundred hundred and vices therein: Provided, That no appeal from Who caused them to sustain great loss" .
eighteen forty-six by a convention t..;
treaty existing between the United States and dollars.In Delaware. of delegates called and assembled, for the decision of.the register and receiver to the U I ..a

the State of which such person is a citizen or mark the channels discovered Secretary of the Treasury be had under
For buoys to by that purpose, form for themselves a constitu- may Farming fySteam.:The leading article of the. i ) !
subject, when by such treaty such acts of such the coast surveyors in Delaware bay, three tion and State government, which said con- such regulations e said Secretary may pre London Agricultural Gazette, May 8. is on the I

persons are declared to be piracy, may be arraigned thousand. : three hundred dollars. stitution is republican; and said convention scribe.. And if two or more persons are in possession employment (f steam in farming which tha it t f

; tried, convicted, and punished before Maryland.. having asked the admission of said' Territory of the same quarter section, {he first occupant : editors are favorable considering its more dor if, 1 !

any circuit court of the United States brought for the For a beacon-light at Greenbury point, at the into the Union as a State,on an equal footing shall be. entitled to a preference unless cue and less'costly power than'either man or 4 t.i-
into which] such person may be harbor of Annapolis, three thousand five'bun- with the original States: the same can be so divided,by l subdivisions horse.' Every 400 acres of ploughing'involves ; t|-
jor shall be foiyid in the same manner as other1erons to to each the him. .
dred dollars. SEC. 1, Be it enacted by the Senate and House as give discovery caimedby the passing 1,000 linear miles, by 100 .con- ,
charged with piracy be arraigned SEC. 4. And be it further enacted That the IJ ,
may In Virginia. of Representatives of the United States of America sumers of food.. They calculate the saving by I
tried convicted, and punished in. said courts. F.or a buoy on Sand Shoal inlet, in Accomac.one in Congress assembled, That the State of said mineral lands shall be offered for sale in steam%evergp'ltrJghingatSl per acre,or$100- i t1it I'
Approved, March of and i
3,1847.CHAP. subdivisions
hundred dollars. quarter-quarter sections no
Wisconsin be and the same is hereby declaredto 000,0000naamanyaeres.
In North Carolina. bid shall be received at a less rate than five dollars L 1 ; l."! 1
be, one of the Unite4 tates of America and : f
52.:-AN ACT authorizing the erection For a light-house on Boddy's island, twelve is hereby admitted into the Union On an equal per acre;' and if such lands shall not be .Vat's de, matter--S l..deD.att.?" exclaimed S --, IIJI.:/ .
' of certain light-houses! and for other purpoBEC. thousand dollars, a former appropriation of five footing with the original States in all respects sold at public sale, they shall be subject to entryat an ciltl Dutch friend pf ours, as he tucked. np.

.t thousand dollars having been carried to the. ur- whatever private sale at that price: Prpvided, That no hisaprtm, and ran out of his shop to know the .
1.-Be it enacted by the Senate and fund legal division or subdivision .of any of said '1 .
plus ; meaning ofa crowd in his Vatfs
SEC. And be further enacted That the neighborhood.
Houseof Representatives of the United States of For a floating light, to take the place of pne 2. | lands upon which there may be'an outstanding de matter "'
America in I assent of Congress is hereby given to the changeof leases from the of War uijexpiredand ij, Cl
Congress assembled, That as soon asa now off Brandt island, which is too much decayed j lease pr Secretary There's.. man "
the first article of said 9 killed replied, a. bystan
boundary proposed .
cession shall be made by the States respec- for repair, fifteen thousand dollars.In undetermined, and which is actually der." .
Te11 within the limits of which of the South Carolina. constitution to wit: leaving the boundary line occupied for mining purposes, and the occupants I !6.tl ,
} any 0511, ish dat all? 'said our friend evidently.disappointed hf f
of entitled "An
in the act Congress
ligh prescribed with all the f
houses which complied requisitesof
and other public works hereinafter For alight house pn South island, on-the pf have : "ish datall? shooat man killed! '
act to enable the of Wisconsin Territory ;
provided for may be situated, to the United southern edge of Winneyah1' entrance five thousand people such lease or leases,and continued to performthe humph,I tljo't it.vas fight"" J11. I
Mates, of the jurisdiction over a tract of land dollars to form a constitution and government, same,shall be sold until after the determination S.- i tu -
; \
and for the admission of, such State into the .
.rtspectivelj, for the said at entrance of Santee of such lease or a.sesby efflux of time One oft Mexican -
proper lighthousesld For light-house the \e states is called; Zacatecas, "
in the St. Louis i iGt'
Union at the first rapids riyer
other public works the Secretary of the river, five thousand dollars; voluntary surrender,or other legal-extingtush- which in Spanish is pronounced'Zacky take us f- .'

!?easury shall cause thesaid light-houses and i For buoys In Bulls' bay and Santee river,. one thence in a direct line southwardly to a ment thereof, except in such, cases as,are provided This is just what eome,of-the whig-party are > 4)
= public) works to be: erected; and that he thousand dollars; point fifteen miles east of the ,easterlypoint fpr in the third dection"qf this,act, and-ihe trying to sjay to.Gen. Taylor!,-Bost* Post.An ; !
lake Crol thence tjue south to the
in St.
cause the light-houses and other public :. For beacons to guide vessels over Charleston. ; lessees respectively,'shall be entitled to the pri- j -

'Yorks herein provided for, which may be situated bar, three thousand dollars.I&Georgiti.. main channel of the Mississippi river or Lake vilege secured by said section/upon the volunta- :IttuftTatioriby may of.Definition.-"Pr Yl"' J.J
Pepin thence down the said main channel, as :or leases held
on such locations jy surreiider of the leas by
, as are now within and under in what is lonsense1asked a wight who. talked 1 101;,

jurisdiction of the-United States to be For placing a lantern, lamps, and reflectors prescribed saidactySEP. the 4 little else. Nonsense' replied.his..friend.,. I.
.ertdbl 3. And ,be it further eWl t4That them.SEC. !:
as Boon as practicable; and that the upon the beacon already erected upon the 'Oys of 'is hereby given to the resolutiq1JS'adopted So And be it further enacted, That the why, 'sir, it's nonsense to,bolt a door. with a 1 az,.
assent '
I .JJr***sums be, and hereby are appropriated, ; ter beds' in Savannah river and for a small Congress said convention and management and 'control pf the ,mineral la!ds boiled, carrot. I ICurisitie4Paqts l i ,

1. Ofany money in the Treasury not other-' house for the keeper two thousand dollars; by appen-. shall be transferred from the War Department, -
and the acts of Con- .
I appro riated, for the purpose herein spe- For erecting a small tower and a keep r's ded to said constitution said,resolutions and placed,under,the jurisdiction and contro of which the ,flour put "on iY, [

I .ed.to WIt: house upon the east end of Long island, in said gress referred to ig are hereby Treasury Department,and all books, maps, when it. rose. Salve usually rubbed wounded '

I Per Maine. river, also for a similar tower and house on the amended so that t1e lands.and thereby the five granted centum and papers, instruments. and; other/prpperty'procured pride. Tombstone.. fo. rad on a waterygrave*.- J,j i!'
the thereof'
building a light-houso at Little river, in. east end of Fig island in said riTer, six thousand proceeds lands per tojbe, used. ::.iana employed in the manage Old shoe"foundT cf$ an;ancients-end;, Tomahawk .
.te town of the nett proceeds'pf the public maybe 'I
of said taken from
Cutler of Indian
I five thousand "dollars. pondiipting' an pudding. Receipted
dollars; ment.survey, exploring or ;I .
Per rebuilding a light-house at Mount Desert For a buoy at Sapelo inlet' one hundred dol- held: 'and disposed qf by said State in the manner mineral lands' by tbesaiDepatmeflt, 'shall bill given the man after paying. tho debt:of.nature. fl !.
rock and the recommended by.said -
I j fifteen thousand dollars. lars. purposes delivered overhand made subject to\the -disposition .. S t .I ;

_For building a light-house at Prospect har- In Florjda convention: Provided, however, That the ]! of the Secretary ( Treasury..,... .-

.land dollars.tiOuldsborough, five thou- For light-house at Gary's Fort reef the sum bilities Wisconsin incurred under by"the the terrtorRl act entitled governmentof ."An ac:tb 'j SEC..6.,And be it. : erT.I.a.:: _the '''fad y,mj.. jewe)'why don't you have"yoij HfP.
J > ydthth'e ad viciirand consent ears cropped theyaroentir lytoo'Lirgefora
thousand dollars heretofore ; 'and
of thirty ) appropriated 'resident by ,
For of land to. the)Territory of l
' a a quantity '
on the South breaker the fund is grant : sufficient number of 'InanP < <
Iite near. and carried to the surplus ; her9by in pf the Senate/soon as a 5) } ;1h' !
Hej.light t -'ee hundred dolls. reappropriated; Wisconsin, for the purpose of aiding"' opening townships ;are :r'surveyedr'and j,.returns-thereofmade v-ftAnd, youjs1 replied Patire" top ahoii",' fox' aaass'1 : t< $ -
ia canal to connect the w.tth'ofLae Michiganwith '
.Ehr Cove Placing buoy8 oa Trun
I t:One at eac rock of in the Muscle Ridge channel, to of Tampa Bay,.ten' thousand dollars; by said State; ,And provided! further,: Mappointlhe neJ1toft' for'shall the Burnt:in\ Effigy.Senator: .Corwin.,.of-Ohio, f }.l :
Canaveral ne
IILM following places: Hay For lighthouse at Cape twelve That the even"numbered sections along the TCgistervand rej5eiver' wasrecent1yuntineffigyatBucnjYistaby: J. t
ledg' Hurricane reside at J"
. ; ledge, ghreve's Jedgez1UIcle thousand dollars ; ; ,landToffice in 8 dd ;
pence' ; ute'of said canal shall be brought of thevo1unteera for.his antiar 1 :
Head Island r proposed .the President for.the some. speech.
< ledge Lang ledge, For a light J.ouse"at Cape St.George, eighteen. to market and sold( at the same minimum price" the'pb.Ce designatediby ; j-- ** "" "* \ -_ **- C..
e two thousand dollars.Ilampshire. thousand dollarsJ; land offictL receive.such, compensation, giyesecurity : .
n Kim For a light-house at Cape 8t :Blar, 'eight and:subject to the Bameyightsofpreemptipntoall 'nl :;discharge" ;all duties"'pertaining. ...,,'to : ftertheclerme4hadunitedaappypair. II .
For? btUflg the- settlers thereon fit'the;"passage of(this; ; law '': ," : .J1ot.Cng 8gO.8.\L l1-ft Qnaued, which. .
the'Wha1e'( the light-house'on a rock called thousand dollars; :act, as other'public lands oftbeUnit.ed States Buch"office7' "', !as'u are;'.. prcribedy, ? ,was lr9kc1ib.an.impatient youth exclaiming, t
8 iiacl Js thousand dol- For house at Key West' the old h'3rl 84.h 1._. :. """ 1
an twenty-five a light .And be it further.enacted That.it ismadi ApnI'OVcu. F \, "Dont. .be'so wi/ha.-_ I 4
SEC..4. :
cmn,5 .
L 1 "c. I' .
; .
: ti,
former appropriation for a having been destroyed by a tornado., twelve ieiital' ,' L 'I' .. ',. d.,. < .
bre4kftteroprot and< declared to b fnda condition 'S'r -- r-' --- r
that lighthouse.For thousand dollars: 'of the'admission said Stat'of Wisconsin 'CHAP. W>_ AN'ACr.Jor.the'reducUon" .qf the -Ap rsonbg1ofth&wowerfu"cure -

.end. bAft In M.a.sachuezu. For a buoypn "Rebecca ehoalabonttwenty into'the Union/that the:.constitution(adopted1at ; :,.hps.tj:. *. xpeOr0CdiDga. ma4ir- .. .l.-. said to.b? effected; by the. galvanic" ring ,'order- I
, t nn oo maybe deemed neces- miles east jprtugas light,three )hundred dollars .A' .'. ed'a nnmber of then{to beused: 'n fJar'hiS rings
7 'Madison,.on the sixteenth'day of December, .'.:t1'ADa1D,8 !. 5 ,.vesse.,., : -. .- r
< '
ecretary of the Treasury on a .O' Se ;ijorder to-cure Itla bacon :}
OctctUele the pnelthousand.ieight/hundred/ ; Be't eiactcd\ythoSenat4and0 prg; :
in. fUldforty. J
the year S@
"Londoner" near-Thatcher's'Is- light-house near Sand ., .
$ For a screw.-pile onpr ofthe'Unitd & S- ": ;
six thOUaj .siX. a11.be,assented to:byYtoevflualified ofRipieent11 s :: -p ,
} -c; his
that been: ,
dolhirs. theligl-hOuseat place haying A.manlltook.9ff; coatto.jfcbowiaternblewounQ j
'or, key, 'electors,in/the; e and at the times prescribed in' ngreasassembl4rhat
S brbOt ligkt.h05 on Minot' rock in Boston. destroyed by a'tornado, twenty thousand. dol-* in the ninth section of the twentieth! .article lea brb ntheourtsftheUt0d Statesj cxrcising ,. hehad received some eaJ pastfc<)!"

;' 'hree twenty thoUWld dollars. burs'r ; 'wc "' .*.'-r-.. ,. J of said onstit tion..';An'd as 8 asCsuch'"as : 'jtirisll tiOfl in admiralty,where awar- said he on. not being'able'to'nndit"I=remember' ". 5 i
spar in Welfleet harbor I ; t 'J : 1f i1:\ r' l'n
4 four 3 .luIJ be i't.asm1'brCthetJJi1Vi
uoys .71 Ir.pn '
? mrs1ialrI :
'r'r h 1
sent'shall begiven the President ofthe .U ed'8tate 'ra n : -
.'d tor,: at the mouth'of West-port harbor For"a light-house\W: MerrilF "shell bank; shall announce the eame by p'roclamation;; t Jt"Et.th : l toStaythee1e0at10fl I ; '. -< : ini'te)1: j jMiofthat
dt ; id
h,0 e buoys and a beacon in BUJza.rd's. ,. twelve thousand dollars;; and the'appropriationof and 0'8111. ,.;o tdiachargotbe Qufrc. wfWMar : I'nie ..
without iany.-further process
and therefrom proceedinjw : \
thonsa : .i' n'iHshmari' .his "
St. friendrh.ftvas
for 0WU" a like sum for a light on, J Joseph's : itjhesa Las \ hole
locQ 'Ugh t-boat to be stationed near a reef of onthe: third day.of Mai-chj'eighteenliundreptand n .the part of Congrpss; e'admissipnof { pr0pert78XC5tCd receingfroitthe c3aininMofd ..\ 'walkingSrith JWn.m.itJ' garote--and4timbled
intotheUrnoii onaneqn1il
-faUe4 the entrance of the Vineyard sound. ,' thirty-seven, Is',hereby'repealed); .? sai4.8aeoWisconzin.footuig.in" all aSwatev| r.wh'. 'been'1 i'lqviedofl\. 'r' tlutl bltha zt. W"p-f t:,t., tkerr': th

I.tr fertlh. 0* and,P'gV ten thousand dollars;; For a' lighl-hpuije) atJ3iloiij twelve. thousand" thri Ji l.8tatejihafl; be considerod' 'as w&'' mo by;the' u4 :auoioat" 'said Pat >>JbTiringith>nittdjiiid| ; rater out bMi .
8nRePennaaent light-house said reef las' .1011'r. **3- v- < g itcl. "d 4l% lCn+r*+ AM d il1J. 11 11thhtths
I ;& ,
on 4, pprpiedl> th ;f--'f: ,. ', .
y ; .
.: plete-? /' j'.t. :. !6UApproy 'j., : S .
JoTi r7 of the 't'reasurypay deem best ;S .JJT/uUiaT'a.; '. .: .o.Jf ;' "'1Ff''\ m,, the'S > ,

I '*-' oY. onHatgetg rock Mill rock." and; For a light-h'ouse.wyihie.: ,FoncaJi threehousand 5 : ; ",March7lg47..,'- ;; -, ;, .1 ,V jJJ-1; 'ii. tme :':,' e cbnaitionS us absence fo abide,.i'-t fcltr.o e'J .J_;'tet1 I :"IV ., .:1F, '. 11

t4t? : a on the -pit in or :the".harbor dollart *. -' ;"' <. <. liw.riw.iS /. ( po U" '.1 ,
near h'. ; \ !S\i; Fo; i'add! ti mAfirlct .; of LaOUrt 1I1SIi1I caise. ,..kg j >, Kr- ,
D1arB1t'J1; for buoy at'Roe1qortO' a ;For:a light-houso on Sooth Cbindelew island,: 1*:returne&tG,thosaI4 coirtnjudguient9n : 1 ltt -tI..., t 1
': nr f lAd :in th TeItyis4o'1ny4df0roher.Puposc : stIpulatI0fl5h&l $q" : tf '.. ,
: & -
ratltpoint"Na.ntuckct. ll tF & <% "
for bcaco Uo : elethousaidd ? i t the .
; .'_.n haiborrock c,1am rckUsha's ledge,. F .- > -;., ?tit '<'&3;.i''t.... .}kKC; pF6rtJ ? 4 '' ht';'t'J, ,..it's : and uriesznayte; & :>the : .:".t \r'W_." ,..';tir,.; i ,, 1f

i ""lAd. Black.rock. :iji the harbor or ;S- erection of iilight-honse pii-MNt4n. i.>ifen&Ct .t ei : e ,principal'f' 'rv 1 .i fW ,!- f
! S .r, ,tjro thousand doSaxs 1>t ; .t '" 'S : f : ), i !: 9 .r e -. '. Ueo\8 ,, -
: &et tidef
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, j BTIith Ho-we: eoDgrat 'our\dtizens '. ,but. to' reader. it. JO_,matter. r of, .yitalinecessiC.CALriotw limits cfrt&V d oa&eniStates.; .A/ciogvis. bUt..the.COUTenti .or. 4-i
I i- the '
.N'E'W'St" : 'J : 1'it. :
tI T.Bi.i 'rl of enjoying O firsf ioieewo.; 1dj. ,). ..hatt".. ', o-, ?,<* *' '*> *' **- %' A' *- theother modes of taxSioB ; ... J upon at length obtaining the means,. .. .. .. ,J' .; thus'sought!to 1&C jLppntheir increase,' ; rm- rthpp&
hhn too great prmciplevSS '11
< doubtful
''' but.\we. :$eUeye ; it" "',1; # ***
:; rAcKS9N.'V.II..' .. \. ,'E' TIlL,-. ,,?":-2,-",'1847.. that most.:delicoWbf*{. refreshments 1 "-statesman_: ,erto; binthepopuiar 1 .vote., 'He and-,.. ., their!:m ns, :of obt oning. subsistence' :a We to :.. The VorJ
% ;: -warm* ,weather,\ f a'* batk.*-, ;< 'Our A- enterprising'" --S -1-* 1 is\rae'?whoseprts j :tf'behalt of-his country pa lelio"t1.bjwcannotbe found n upon the'face doubtedly' to" IV direct*taxes,'and It Z.| ItfrAftl***tas f tIrthe

townsman, CapL.BARBEEjhas we'percie; his lifetime of the globe, "Free negroes emigrating to free proviso: by 'convention: > "I'

, erected a' convenient bathing house, .which, will'never be fully,appreciated during in'.Ohio h iiteddwnlike'dos that in thismode taxation CoSSiW.. Idgppea
\: 'States as in the late cases are
'ie too'indi1fe nt to political advancement possibly.errand ,
I for'the is &.a warning to:tj
, though small, is ampler large enough and;too impatient of the'petty 'intriguesof ,and cast out from the soil as if exercise the_utiost .tht',' 3t t .,
: accommodation of those of our citizens who forward usa infected with leprosy. And even in the slave they .resorted tothe'oth r".. /
himself .
,. _ _ _ may be disposed avail themselves of it. In office, ever to place. 'But'e apprehends StteithImyrznid i 1 Of the N rth pursue.their in order that the burthens of go'-'i ptpta

4 72ND ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN this warm Southern climate bathing is not onlya dtdatoforth&PreSideflCY event .occurred.which .fall eqnaiIynpon aU depar\menta l iDd-'t :
r'I .fell;purposes. /An has recentiy
.' long as XPresident-from Southern'sbil'ls. ,t in the Union;; :,

I 41 .- INDEPENDENCE.The .- : luxury, but' is indispensable to Tiealthj, andwe 'the head.ofth.-, Republic' so.long will.the master ,: ,is of fearful significance as to the insidious Clause 4, of Sec. 9, .Artl, Conu',i. ,
I. h citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity, wonder that"'someconvenience of '. "no' ,
canYonly other
slave captation direct
; attacks made.upon tu
CAtBpVNrule its"councils ;In now;being property b3i3hL
I f are respectfully;invited' toco-operate with the the kind has not long since been provided. Unfortunately genIus' i the Tred ; unless in proportion the census'enu -" idgder
to benefit i At nWorUinRichmond,
p future as in pas he will continue, herein before directed to be "
celebration indifferentto .
Committee of Arrangements in the in America we are too I ': (n "
a mechanics entered into a
the white have
I his f Va, . sus enumeration? here.referred
\ ; j of the National birth day of our country and the of ablutions so much country. S t .oia S'
necessity frequent the
,3 What care we therefore for Western brawlingor conspiracy _exclude slave labor., They presumed third clause of dec.2,.. IjC :

: : ;4f 4 seventy-second Anniversary of,American Independence so as to excite'the astonishment of all foreigners Abolitionist, .threats.1,; Our duty and'our ,to dictate to their employer as to,who. is in these words:, "Repreaent&titea D.l1.a&zI4_' zng

: will take Monday this is the more .. : taxes shall be 'apportioned ;,
: place who visit us. In the South discharged tti, "
be ; and he properly illj
usC We follow :should employed very
necessity lies plainlybefore can i States which may be included'withto
5th inst. to perceivethat '
: ii next reprehensible, and we are I happy but one path, and even our enemies have pointed ,.them, .And left them to be prosecuted I on,according to their respective \ 'Zrp
r : will be read there is longeran 1W..t
: no
j The Declaration Independence at least
in Jacksonville i
v that out as our true one. Let!us all remember according tothe laws of the country. Themeaning shall be determined by ,addafi to',?. '
by WM. B. LANCASTER Esq and an Oration deliver 'excuSe to person'for not enjoying this. 'number of free
any the last Congress and the Wilm proviso, of all(which isthis. The people of the persons, including tW-f,
j: CHAS. P. COOPER Esq. of all to service for a term of years aad
; by most healthy pleasures.FLORIDA exercise nt u/
and let our blood be stirred to, energy and res South are no.longer to permitted dians not taxed, three-fifths ,
will be formed at WOOD'S 'Hotel
l procession. Savannah .Republican olution. the,mutual:duties attendant upon their position on&" The "three-fifths of .
I : ft TEN .o'clock. A. M from whence it will SUMMER;-The S S
; : : at I weather c as masters of slaves. The master is bound to must mean slave 'The reader ofciSIS
: proceed to the Methodist Episcopal Church has a joke upon us about the summer in the last tati6wbich is first'fcHtor!! $
in'which GEN.. TAYLOR IN OfflO. feed, clothe, and provide for his slave. But
j where after the throne of Grace being addressed in Florida and from the manner stitution, no mention is made of:'cawia 1"'
: The Abolitionist of Ohio to have henceforth is to be to do so.-
'l GRAHAM it has stated oiu proposition it has decidedlythe S Whigs seem he not permitted poll taxes. The reason is obvious, ,beeta '?'
; by the Rev. Mr. an Ode (com
: nevertheless we mean and repeat set themselves.resolutely against the nomination The slave/is to be confined not only to the present would be extremely difficult tort Saj Lz on
best of it. But
; for the occasion will be sung-the Declaration
posed )
4 stated that although we may of Gen. TAYLOR. To give an idea of the densely populated slave States, but he must a polltirfor-a specified 'MMun,go-tjJ1:
i of and the Oration what we then amount assessed the
; slates
Independence '
: upon w'
1 here during _bitterness and malignity of their'sentiments be chained'down to starve on their worn outlands BiaH IpV
t 1 .:: delivered ; after wnien, Inere *m w UnoOier Koreans OP two very warm days : collected, every head being taxed,be J

9 Ode composed( for the occasion) sung;.and the the summer, yet we do ,not have as many, ,- towards rthe1: South,:we extract'\ the;,following ;- Agricalturo' .; ,i" :the: ,cn1J.. .occupation' ..., ..tree-ns .of the whole quota.. laSt tre lit

4 r1 usual Benediction performed. cessively hot days as they,have in Savannah, resolutions, passed. a meeting held at Western \ vhicliis1efl to them. If they cannot live on': lay the tax equally, it would ,betake ; :.'

Reserve under the auspices of the notorious the exhausted field must'die} a census every year, be use the, 33'
in and Boston The instancewe old .
t..i1? A Dinner will be provided by Mr. 0. Woon, or even Maryland principle should obtain in the Soo

.. .i r4 at the Hotel, which will be on table at % past then stated, where the thermometer stood GIDIHNGS, and HAuix'C ". The connection between this conspiracy 'the burthens of a State as apply diatributioier to thOle at.' Uti

above ninety-two happily a solitary one, the conspiracy now forming amongthe the Wilmot proviso is but top apparent. The United States. A yearly rttbe
I 1' I 2 o'clock, P. M., where Dr. H. D. HOLLAND, Win was censu"aa1d bi let
preside as President and Major C. H.PELOT as and we do not believe the like has occurred for people of the South and their allies' of the one says,..-the ,slave shall not emigrate to the heavy a tax to be borne nnnecesaaij... Heaol
North for to another AdmilKstra-
subjecting us infer that tax
no pott although'the
'' 1:: ti Vice-President. many years. The average of the highest range, tion pledged to the extension of slavery'ought rich uncultivated lands of the South. The Constitution, was,ever intended m tab md\t&k fe

vIti .t The Procession will take the line of march is from eighty to eighty-five and pleasonter to arouse every elector of the free States to' other,-the slave shall be confined to agriculture upon the States by Congress. The reawak* j:

1 -: ci: as follows: summer weather cannot be found in the orId. corresponding efforts against .such usurpations and the worn out lands of the old States. That that such a tax, or the law directing KM .

I 't 'j', .I .. and outrages upon our rights. and our sacred this state of things is to be endured, is out of to be levied,.would be like the,nv beriu j|
J ST. AUGUSTINE BAR:-In the St. Augustine honor. the children of Israel on a certain
p ; 1. Committee of the :The duties between master and occami
.j Arrangements. question.
) Ift Herald, we find a report made by F. L. DASCY, That "e approve the patriotic and trullchristian without the authority of the Constihrtkj-i
2. Reverend Clergy. ourse pursued by our' distinguished servant are reciprocal] and must be performed.The ing a direct interference with the;
who in with the Collectoi tKe iateaj
? ; 3. Orator and Reader. Esq. company ,
f tVFv .r Senator, Thomas Corwin upon the.subject of hypocritical malignity of Northern fanati- government of the States. The referenceaadei
) 1 ::' 4. Honorable Intendant and Councilmen. Inspector of the,Customs, and the pilots cf the this war with Mexico and commend him to the
.' r cism shall never be permitted to drive the negro in Sec. 9,Art. 1. above quoted, to the JDa1mt&
; : ; Strangers. port, made an examination of the bar of the consideration of our fellow citizens as worthy, of poll tax should be laid, is a caution ncrehfc

: 6. Citizens.CII harbor at that place. The following is :he result. .their entire confidence and a safe depository of race to the point of starvation. The questionas the effect that if such a tax is laid, i it mcjt Ie

.. :.. 1 A. M.' REED,. all political power.c to the right of holding a servant in bondage S laid in the way above stated,which would MQ,
The made
soundings were at low
.:: F J. M. PONS, wa- we earnestly recommend the holding is one which the South has ceased to discuss, to be difficult if not impossible The facttxt

; J. H. GUNBY. ter: 'of conventions throughout the State, in order and will condescend to do so no longer. The referred to is a tax upon property but l.rltdas

; ; ::1..1 J. W. BRYAIT, The bar or Shoal on which was fount 7 feet to arouse our fellow citizens to the danger that \ referred to in connection with the .. Seifca

:r &gK T. 0. HOLMES, 8 inches at dead low water, was not over 20 or now threatens the overturn of our institutions, and matter'nowlies wholly between the master and tation, could only be inserted out of regui to.

t -' ,.1 (P _*.i C. H. PELOT, to render our Government the scoff of civilized nations servant. The master is bound to support his the power of the separate States; for.ta Us,

;; I-:4: J. IL H BOURS, 30yds. in extent before they came to much ? servant, and the servant is bound to recompense tax: itself,it is of all modes taxation the,Taj-

k; 4 0. HART, deeper water. The width ofthe channel is from i because it falls
Let citizen of the South mark, the the of worst. as heavily on the warn 1'C
every him by his labor. It is not only duty .
( 4ii W. ALSOP, 300 to 400 yds. The length of the channel leading I on the rich on thedag-lalJoreras on the_ "
above. Its richness is its
only equalled by but
I A. B. HAZARD individual slaveholder to effect this
ii ; ::24 .. over the bay from deep water inside to every aire. It is, therefore, to be considered-'a
4 '-: 11&Vt COMMITTEE OF AERAMGEMEXTS.N. impudence. The passages we have marked in it is the sacred obligation of every Southern remnant of barbarism, a shoot' of tinfoil

1, )4 ,bPL B. The of the West isle of the Church deep water outside, is between J4 and }< a mile. Italics should adorn Messrs. GIDDIXGS and HAMLIN Statesman to look to the future,and provide for ages, a fragment history, that the freak ( ftIC
pews The rise of tides the bar is about
average on 'with our institutions ought to have long agareaVrd ",
asses ears from time to come. The The
the subsistence and comfort of posterity.
t: : will be reserved for the Ladies. Those of the obsolete and I to see that there'
6 feet at water there regret
Consequently, high idea franchise ; a ir
that the free exercise of the elective
t* 4i East and centre isle (except two front ones for would be 13| on the part of the South is an usurpa- to this will be visited.hereafter with the of this species of tax. finiev
i the singers) for citizens generally, as also the ure secure assessment : 't:
I PINE LANDS.It tion," and' an .outrage," is new even to the fearful vengeance upon their memories As to er I think pf it,it puts me in mind of epotog

1 ?1 .' A gallery. abolitionist creed. The assertion that the my cattle, and then clapping my martini
k e Jacksonville, July 2d, 1847. has been repeatedly suggested to us that the threats and designs of miserable fanatics,we brand upon them. I hope the day,ianat&r. I:
support of Gen. TAYLOR by the South in the fear tttem not. It is for us to act-to turn neither
a great obstacle in the way of further operations distant when the General Assembly w2i'|

&4t r, L COME AND PARTAKE WITH US. in manufacturing turpentine, is the difficulty defence of its institutions and the security of to the right or left but to do our duty to that they are wielding an engine of the ast

; 4 i All those who are desirous to celebrate the of procuring suitable lands with a valid the Union, "threatens the overturn pf our institutions ourselves and our posterity. The fate of com ruthless tyranny, and repeal the lawjnadaj
this odious tax. The only just and equlxodt Ii
.,: p ? seventy-second anniversary of the Independence title. It appears from all accounts that the and "will render our governmentthe ing millions is in our hands, and awaits the effect 'of taxation is upon property,.for this ram_ ,

J : of the United States of America scoff of civilized 'nations," is an insult to of or of indifference. The which must be the tf 1r
'LSi are best lands for this business in East Florida. are our energy our plain to common sou*

.t I $ respectfully invited to attend Public Dinner, now owned by the United States and if theyare the South, and demands the severest animad crisis is imminent, and wo to him, who, like every man, that the men who possess propetj

i at the of J. A. version. But we apprehend that, notwithstanding BENTON fails at the appointed time!! generally enjoy the profits of the labor ot&oa
: : on Temperance principles, shop in market at all, can only be purchased at who do not j and it is just that they,install rf

j: : l : ; 41 BARBEE in Jacksonville, on Monday, the 5th $1,25 per acre which is far beyond their actual all this Gen. TAYLOR will still continue to the laborer, out pf the profits of suA Waty ,

of at 2 o'clock P.M. in receive the support of his friends,and that they should the that otherwise *tmder '1
4 day July, value. As the State has a vast interest the S {CORRESVONDEKCE OY'1'UE ITEWJ5.J pay taxes ,
: will only laugh to scorn all these absurd at. poll. would fall those wLopossesno ,
I THOS. LEDW1TH, rapid settlement and improvement of its territory nfessrs..G. & IL-The Tariff of 1&46, independent : .tax upon I'I
\ ,.g J. A. BARBEE tacks. i property at all, equally with those wJiopcBes-;,
it should, while it is in its power, adopt of the war.tax will yield an annual
p hundreds of thousands of active capital Te
; ROBT. JACK, revenue of at least .thirty millions that is eightor titE
t which will tend to the relief and ,
a measure cannot create state to
a society
i ,4. THOS. B. BELLOWS gorera
r ", ; ; ., THE MEXICAN NEWS. -ten millions more than the most sanguine
j : .WM. G benefit of all parties. The State, through its we must govern it as we find it-we find wd* tEC
: n.OTIIF.
friends of that it to
&. i Js The news received this week from Mexico,is of measure expected yield; ty to.be rich and bonlsa
; COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.Jacksonville Register and Surveyor, should select and take and this fact completely establishes the principle composed JOOTf .
2d the highest importance. It is reported that Gen. free- and government was instituted for t&* P
is 17.
1 i July up the best pine lands, suitable for the turpen- that low duties will produce sufficient rev 'protection of the rich and bond. ndfr?'
SCOTT had advanced of the Rio poor,
tL.1 tine business, and sell them for what they will enue. Upon this :point I hope that by in all their rights. .
Frio, where he was met by a deputation of the time the Democratic party are agreed as one 1
THE,LAWS.-Subsequently to our last number bring. Even if a less price is obtainedthan The annual expenses of the General *
citizens of Mexico, and that he continued ,his ment therefore be defrayed by &** 1a
; we ascertained that we had been rather what would brought by rich hammock, the man.The ordinary expenses of the .General' may, ,
march the Doubtless this taxation in tbubr
a more
Capitol. equitable'JlaD.DU
; in announcing that we had completed upon by ernment in time of cannot much exceed
:1 I precipitate State would be much the gainer by the opera. .. peace imposts. Each State should taxed her tpt-
tim the of himself and have been
;S J:: the publication of the Laws. On exam- tion. It would induce many to settle and enter ; eyes soldiers twenty millions per annum; consequently the' ta according the Constitution in amqmiuj }

k '' found had "a few of the gladdened by the sight of the famous city of the present Tariff may soon be reduced one third at the'taxj'eoflw I
S : ination we we more immediately into the business, who are now indisposed .-' ly, leaving to the State to lay
L S and such reduction will .be
wild'dreams least a nearer approximAtion
New World and'their of
lcn"-but shall be finished next splendorand the money she judge most aceepUfcbw
same sort they to risk their'property and labor upon still to the of one of may
4 of have been1 realized the deyelopement the people thereof and it into the Irespny
glory, by spectacle pay
; week.ill the of the viz 1t
government land. They are fearful that at any most enlightened principles age, : of the United States. ,
.1, _ _ their of the twice conquered cit'oftheIontezu- the principle of Free Trade. The 'principle of oftheestilcar I
; - moment turpentine might be levied upon 'As a, natural consequence :

S : TIlE WM. GASTON.-We are gratified to learn by the U. S. Live Oak- agent as- government pro.- inas. Free Trade claims nothing more than the rightof ment of'a system of direct taxation for tie : 1'V
freeing the commerce,of the world from,the '
But we regret to announce a piece'of tidings otth General Governmenttb.
S : r from a letter received here from the owner, perty. But if owned by the State these lands restrictions of political despotism and shakingoff Ort *'
t Revenue will be abolished aw q
which is less The attack system ,
S.i l that the accident which befell the steamer Wsi. would be settled rapidly. A wealthy and enterprising agreeable: upon ; as it'were, the shackles that bind the social tion be relieved not oWl of the]' Kdew?** 1

S S GASTON, on her last return trip to Savannah class of citizens would be attracted CADWAX.I.APER and Capt. 'BAINBRIDGE, and the intercourse .mankind, to the car of,government they now for collecting .the reTsalaries "t I

t i was trifling, and so slight that she was immediately to the State, who would be subject to taxation battle of the.NationaVBridge, will'be found'reported It is a state of trade when. we may,buy to innupierable pay officers,'and tkeenffl 1

; Savannah i in full in another column. This event is and sell on our own terms, as by natural and and 'maintainance of custom 'houaia,T :
and arrived in at and the burthen borne
.4 repaired, lighten now by a few. inherent right we always should do, a privi.. "
her usual time. How it came to be reported Business would increase, the population would chilling' because it is not a brilliant victory.It .- lege that,no kind of Government.can or,ought for cutter:they; &c.know but not also what of the or how much.9ij

here that she was so severely injured, as to require become more dense and conveniences would be is a check to our arms,and is, in fact piece to supersede. It is a commercial Millenium It,will also relieve, the-nation i'.
I Savannah know of success on, the part of the Guerrillas. We i when the, genius of man in every.nation shall Executive
S S: the aid boat from we obtained in the way of post offices and roads I great 'branch of patonag4.
shine forth with all the luxuriance that.
1 I and it. think it high time that some measures were taken an unrestricted purify the elections-radd t:the"m! it
? not yet such was the case we pnblished which are now denied to a great portion of our exercise mind stimulated by uni- to"manency tl -

; It ;is, therefore, with the greatest pleasure that citizens. We urge this upon the serious attention to make'war on these robber bands. We versal 'competition is;so well calculated to call thief Government of the tJnioIi,'and consequently and give'newous 4!) :

S ; .w we repair the error, being gratified for the of the proper authorities,. deeming it to be believe,that the dreaded Texan Hangers wouldbe into existence. This principle is co-extensive impulse.to branches ef .industrn-t.

sake of her gentlemanly and enterprising own- a subject of high importance to the welfare of more effective in this duty, than any of,pur with all the kingdoms of the earth- It .is'.coextensive 'more' especially it will emancipate'thkPXC
other with r rthe habitation of men, and accompanies COl'.trolottha Wt
er, Mr. SORREL, that it was an error. the citizens of this section.of the State. corps. The matter-is pressing, and demands thjem.every where. In fine,it,.is one of the country from the HQlOSASSL'

L'tH the serious attention of our:government. of those great and fundamental existencies,the Government., (
S 's ti; ESTABLISHMENT FOR PRINTS.-We call the attention NORTHWESTERN POLITICS.The Reports from Yen,' Cruz state that that city is discovery,of,,the present century,we may say insttftt.

S of merchants doing business in Florida, Chicago Democrat, journal ably edited crowded with emissaries i ,.spying into our,ari that modern..science' holds-up t(: elevate ana .(From.the N>Q.Delta,Extra,20th '

: -, to the advertisement of Messrs. LEE JUDSON & by the celebrated Long JOHN WEHTWORTH, as rangements; and tbese'"guernillabandsandvexithoseMeiicans instruct Section the present generations of the Constitution/mankind..: Highly..Iraportant'from JCXI' 1ARRIVAL'OF .
S LEE which will be found in another column. 1 he is termed, seems to be in a terrible,stew at w(have placed ,United States,'says "Congress shall have pow- -. .

II ',L As they confine themselves exclusively to the : the favor which is accorded in the South:to the in authority, are but'Suitors: :'to us,and ready.in .er.to lay and collect taxes,-duties, imposts and '>" -, QALVESTpit "

saleoif prints, and have constantly on hand a nomination of Gen. TAYLOR. lie threatens, he a moment betray.rpurcause.w, ,". Numbers 'ofSpaniards' -eC ses."t '.The.'words .Duties" '.imposts-and A,series pi Fights & :tautriil4-\ 'IfI
Aexcbesare : American*but, of British fortJ J/.F
: icons killed and mounded ajnerieans *
stock of this goods, probably the largest.ia entreats, he. coaxes, and lie ,bullies the citizensof have landedrmea who Have"passed .origin, or-ratherthe tax mean ,by \theuse; I ., -GtMtal"0ulc4114/ltt3Itti .

:. 'S America or even 'Europej; ire should suppose the North, both"Democrats and Whigs,.not to their' lives in.guerrilla fighting in. :Spain,and these nam& That Empire has been, and.isstill large partyattk at tAe Nat 1ti'Jridgfi--1

J their establishment offered inducements which' support. this f favorite of the people And the .who are desirpua, qhayailing themselyes:of:a new : ,r\pre-eminently; distinguished for'her'..re ,Tbefol1oJriI highly-important' i9.! -

would be gladly availed of by our merchants. grounds upon which'he. bases his'. opposition" are :opportunity plunder. ,All 4 threading men. ,strlcti upon commerce,.under the pretence' of was communicatedto.us':by Lieuts.Vftlnawho" *WJMcWilliainspf (' ;.
: protecting home Ind b tin to 2d ennsylv"
try reality toe ?
S sale cash three to four simply these because ..GenTAYLOR a slave amongst the guerrillas are Spaniards'.,Iuid so ) perpetuate th
t.'S.tp Their terms of are or ,. \ : the. slavery .the massforheieisn.o :\ came overiin,,the,:steamer'GalT

} aqi' months credit, but.for city acceptances longercredit holder. In his many adjurations frequently are many of tlie'rank and'e' ;>-By the laatac9uJts : tyranny- oppressive to the people at large _morning"..at ffjd?clock. On?the 8thcruiting 11. .

'When required. makes this point,which should be,borne in mind the, ., traia.was'at'tfieAbridge1 a,standirrMultitudes :, :as the tyranny of 'commercial.nionopoly.a partyj together with some. .l' '

S S '_S and made use of by ailin. the South: that the : guerrillas, i were,flocking together,' nothing contributes much to irritate contiguous -I disbanded solaiers,,in number about l0, J ,
;' tir ; I S f- J*" : f nations' towards._. ach, other asjcustoms :! .75.aririedi men and thirty: mijujatoajbla f\ ,
4 5 5 THE FOCR.nl'OF JULY.-We perceive our citizens people of the South;look nc4,to men,.merely, desirous of a share of' the spoil,there being a half .barriers on; the frontiers." ,Just, certainly asunrestrained. i foxsYfra Crui. ;Tjjis party.}:UId

: are making great preparations for a due but support Gen..TAYLOR .,.from principle, from .a mlltfpn'ofdpiU 'J iijedojn' tbiiraii' : ,\We: ?intercbuseij between the'peopleof I I'diff man .,of Cap Bainbri gep pf 3d,A1t1 h

S observance of the Anniversary of our NationalIndependence. the' instinct ofs&f preservation, and to,main I i watiw.xioualyfor.thejie\ | accpujtsj! 5-sincerely r .'n tions'tends. to.h rmonii ) eir feelf, leaving Jfljapavajjd: getting near. eTO a 1

; their busting that the good fortune jiicii 1 ,ii iowardseach other,'spceriaLoly da,restrict Iths party was informed that j| UId.i.
An f be delivered tain the security of rightsvfwhereaa'it'is: hajs.always
1L 08 I\i8.fA ; J, S -." .-'<* ir'f"v >:'-.: : > :tions? 7 on'.,that intercourse.tend ;to harden and prttdenti:to 'gi* tljrpjjgh th9 pM<*5
ttca public dinners are to be given toasts are to bUpo88ib1 rO t. .aioe upon ',may,not even one*be darkened' contract fellow ; .***A' < '*'$ !
1i 1. r ,"Cf;! "'.3t': ,. '..-I' -- ..if'i' J : ,the heart 'of man towards' his i aboQt/4000. Mexicans IT* who I
If.I be made, ,fire-crackers are.to,be,popped off,- ever party;to lend their aid,to:a;slayeholding. .. ,- .JJ' .}.-' H, ..'-...l_,.'.' ",f '.0 .5 ,,4. .' '' .)00', : many 'The'Constitution .was;framed.sqoiatler! i th 'p sa fPjf vious to tIPs i two o c ,

& fa.the ':"tree as indot desire, the : .p .thereparation otthe5 CoIoniea.from; eDitIs.: vgone to the rear of the,taI..wer rd i
S : "Buntcr lIillJ"-ro,. .. _,., candidate,:except, from;a :for spoils : :, l&GE; outl of the p 'f
the .
: pndetcan4? (9ur sire c.s Y p l; ,'! Wo.say. that;this;should be;:bornein; 'mind i',for vThe: 'slados 1"' ''that, tt"l:have been" (or years"dixiiy'Cjf t'V }. ..tm were pirjiandtherinstitutionsYof still; fresh;: in,-the'minds; of the tj&t convention country,-:'i ;.thet party: haparraL was 9 rganiie4andnaTcJied, At > th$1'-d I"i

and all that sort of,:thing. ;We trust that the ltii, an n riowllMJlgement.of t1 .e ofptu, ; cud ,"tti: f' Ai ;Md'm SUreS bt', xii.tionism -." .and perhaps" cherished.by:sppae'of the'members' ,out meeting enemy,.and aniye4 at ijl '
Ji J "' -V\ I'l-'!' *rt' ** ''" < -' '
gallant deeds.of our countrymen Mexico,and cause;and the(necessity! fur/ 'devotion l 'to;.i4,as ',' areegiinIflg,.to-fliUxwy. ;; kThftyeUisWJitySf ; therefore, it.4s'ndt strwge.tJxa ;thesJ-fdr sabovejquote4 that evening; Whilst theyjrenfthe IA

S the memory of those noble_ men'who',haye fallen ftdmlt xl' byv'pur1 'enemies.' For}'purselves w? belngiifte t u1d dZsC1OS '&ignS the_ noz.: < should'hate erf pt into the : ptiiersidet otthbibeIPZithat g3134 f.
.V.m S t; ion f.but.that..theybid a:.doubt of.,&e propriety they',were unable., f .-
; in the maintenance'oCthe. natiottal?glory .willnot 'k noVihb poiitlcaicxajtation( i '8iTnoymiiitary wiiose iguUfei.; uaU d f th e'h '.. : ceding
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*-_*. \ *iV **' s"*" ""**'- .,.'4k-.t'T. 4".'l r ,1 l ': b7 .1.. )of'vesting Congressb ::\h ,POTes! tr _mfonn d that OJ11' .11 .
Si be amid;'the-festivitiesof the day.M .' { Uxo the .t't hi: "1-'If.r. J.'ft 1.i".r. t'Z"1 liI insertion ..A .
forgotten candidate,'but ilto fll w'umstiaijsestpf day, POC11SYr.1fl is-proved conclviaivelybynthe. immeJstAl : tbebnidg S

I .4 / ,*. -?}S' '. ,*...,* '_' ;'," ... "'. };."LI I I absence.of unyfnjiwloui. aMbitlon.in!, GenrTAvrflovotioii : 0 It," b ''t- .$'i. ." h. \ ;!Jr'i':t'e''rft,( '...,..t.. re,-."Ji.T. _-d&_. '' *,- ;,terinthsajie' _TVi. ) i'. .-'qjaf. !:l1eU1 :: "id and5 :'J1.CAD pefl

S AaoB-We on'Friday last' at to his'. the of}the 'clar acrus e the !fit isno ': ing clauserlut'; all duties,imposts,and excises tet)1! 1. e1Pg, ,:a"
saw :Yo : ,. ; togjiinst !.negra shall uniform,throughput the United States.Yhy .' ; 1Jne tOIl.e.

I Mr.'BEi/s stor: "'a'tblopdieethat grew onA .Democrat1b 1t1roo. "'trtthAnd:rii :.Nation J, ,' t onlyaLwar.5' JknI t 'r.teoutherziin.nooig .", > : didttheV: otaay4bu}anbeunthiozgh .taxes\& 1 ;

plantation near this"place,which weighs U%; Bank, and ida 4oubtcd.'t1 lte. : 9n. Q, .t ros.' ,.,."that' .. ". "., ,. ', "t.'. The, ." .:ot,J----'extfu," tioI\. .'. ut thttUnit.q' tiie81.' r ,li \ )jck' S3t4'? f

S 1 pounds,i and,measures.'*J7-inches inS ...circumference. :. Sent!th integrityofour d mb Uo.lnaUtuUQ C" :-. rth, t':.has. _" .U..bl00d'taAu',. _, .,.. .woti .. 'n \lit jeiinJi ci th.,ff w \:utuyweremo4e&tp' :: ... '
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the 8th mat he started th'his; : t
morningjqf. ; : :, &i'affo": '< '
main body of the p&rt Perot' adtkeSouth-W&extrat. Iii : : t 4S'bUth ;FrP> 1 T; : : I
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1 .eifel" the bridge. Everything command distance into,from the in ori on.c anx,expedition iwine! following i -:,_fron l ;.tbe.WLtbbigtoncorrespon." ": *** *<-- Durtte'iEXpedi; ., .
1the ;to be safe, and Mr.all danger Frazer being'reretheother8i1e lion dedcapturingmnet' erii1-- dence'' "_ o 9'rth.0 e,I'I1.A"lestOn.n.i. .oorc ,. \vvV""J, ... -_ K&Wlv k,.d.J."Tf... -.nnC. ',,0 h titii3I : c 1.k' "" 'l.1fb.. ._ .._: .',6"J.-io" "..' ,,' !: -PORT/OPiJACKSONTILIE.___j______JL i .'.J**'"tr-*-*"v ,m" *'"S.""* .---*"g&f .:..;;: i ;

ppeiut lcWilUams.&Id las and an Alcalde-hehas, employed thczuMri4. lilsilere: rumored that&U the"SouthernCpoij : Th ,- .,I >". J' ; "; .!:,' I -
liBi "
the tram on i. &Mabolitiditot .
at :
1Jringon the streets aiid sinks.1 hti .AzRwBt. : "'." ,'
$ the cleaning iui33 who hav lately' been.here, whose' 1\ :t'' .
they'w entering :or: islfe tithe i{ > .
eat .
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1Dt JUt as cans in.Ma- Juno 2th..Ddg P1rlekU Pc' :: ,. ;1
opinions bye been rnade.knownl of !, . .
the br twenty five Mexicans ire in favor; ryla di;"Tnagerstown Nm" ': : ; 0 iI"' t '' ). ,.,' -.,
about '
[ .nr of ARRIVAL OF .THE4CAMBRTX he Ji1 ewYork4 rr' ?"". ::
election Gea "
a fired several vol- 'Tal r, &thxcaii Th 'f ili : .
and ; f
riot Cai'lisl "
:dge the bridge Thiwhiclitlai- .v2stlL.1La.Jai1. & iiw.1 iaM ;
IM.TEK.'FROM didate and as an advocateof. Southern deocratic .
master and four oth- FIFTEEN DAYS .xuaOl"E.This .thy.feUbw.c1t1f. aslK." -' : 4
n ennedy-ivas1 Sa '
Tbe'a seriously nn11A h1 'A- B-u i ,
t onht ._ the bridge 'Were fired. on steamer brings the intelligence that two strict construction of the Constitution.- maltreated,dded to the many r iitcaseS' ry'sy Fernjmdei.& Bybee. rch toT ; -
1f Q'passing killed and of the United. Senator Lewis it, is said,is perfectly well satisfied of < :
4.. fife .ere a. wagon very distinguished men .Kingdom ;abduction.of sTaves from their owners Holi ..i3t'CotJBJfJl.t"t tri9
4 the whole peat caine.fter have died-Dr. Chalmers and DanielO'Connell. be the Southern that,Gen.,Tavlor:must'' be?'and l 'r.Ought' to vMri 'jn this'county-,has awakened.) tone sentiment' ;'J' 8 Lisangkict :J Pr A..H It 1ffH '8 It.Burritt 1

1;turc4l, of fire nO had ceased, a party of lancers Daniel O'Conncll died at Genoa on the 15th of ;. 'Bentbn candidate aimed .ino\ qoinxunnithici; 1' t1itdflfr iegr6ermuteonjjned ,'A M Reed.-H 0 Moss&. Co.J L'Monroe. t.
the bridge and seemed to be pre- 'May. His heart was to be embalmed-placed in certainly liialate lettef. tol ate the'Si ti: 'Thd('acti GYa1 R i1tJW&'OattmP- SdteamerSSingBaile7

ochJ.rgt the but seeing that Capt Bain- a silver urn, and sent to Rome; his wfdy was to against Gen. Taylor te.welTas: MrrCalhoun.iy ..' of the Legislature upon the subject will be anxiously r'2I '<'dk.l"

: ; .ere preparing to receive them be embalmed and taken to Ireland. :taking any Southern;candidate as such hehiiiks awaited.. and\ifiot''satislactory<; other .: .}ernandez. Thsbee. .' -. .',' I

pdge'pi their horses and galloped off. Rev. Dr. Chalmers died of apoplexy on the that the democratic'.party-jWill be broken I measurejU.b res ed tfiV Ive ia doubt; .: -- '* ** CLEARED :'t "t JJ
uy w eeIed .to resumed his march in good night of the 30th of May, at his house inEdin. up and a geograph rt1.' substituted for'1 I : : JtU i26th..schrJCurleW' f.i .tftlJl .

!'Jap 5 I3by400 or 500 of the lancers, who I burgh. He had suffered no previous illness, and part the existence es. divided of the oh Union phnciple itself., r"*:,threatening. -.Bflghtldths.-Apewly married,,-couple i 'toot :2St1Stner Sarah 8alding Ja3ley,1ke.
erk 5TJ rear and flanks for four or five was found dead in his bed. He was in the 67th _There will be }pttheir abode. ,in.Poplar;street, At breakfast_ 4 Monroe-* ,; .. ,,, .. .z A..v"

'; hrffttarespectabledistance. Thus hem- year of his age, and had been 45 years in the State an attempt'tp'run,democratic 4aiitGn.Tarlor tbnemorning,after their.entrance;the gen* 29th.' Steainer isl JIattHewaL Chaws ,Bavan"t.. .
and, ..
a free candidate ? '
1"W "
.1 until tl v ,
its men said to the 'or' '
: jj. this little party pursued way ministry. this candidate jt is claimed/will take V where Col R..GLAND-The news by this arrival, though ; and .
La it
the pass of Voilta putting/in.uyou( ): becomes v
. the
all democrats and all
' srriiedt had encamped with his large train.- sad for speculators, is of a cheering character .,many,whigs, and' pOPUlar? "And by putting. us in.'ltpODlPl Columbia: C aaty SberUT .Sato.:" .*
:Iflt3h fallen and the he abolitionists in the.nCn-s !eh01db g States, the virtue:of. a writ'.of fieri &cias feaed .
who had attacked Bainbridge's generally. Flour has money replied la-{.it :become pDpulmu1 By ; .
1t18 claimed that Missouri
. e IexiCJIlS the same who had compelled Col market has become easier. The weather continued further he'will'carry -. .. :. ,from the Circnit CoUrt oC CobuDbi CouiW' "J.tyJEastern'Circnit .
%t7 were halt and wait for re-enforcements. highly favorable for the growth of the. and probably Virginia.. Silas Wrightis We s1iOi1d .like lo see:*th"e. .newspaper that of the State of 'F1oii &.;!. -

Lc1toA to remained that night in McJn osh's crop, and the most sanguine.hopes were cherished spoken of as the candidate, would suit everybod.i'1.\lt'wou1d.be a curiosity; will.expose to Sal indoor front of the..Court BouJ' :

1e pY during the whole tune the Mexicans of an abundant harvest; though symptoms Such a thing never idnornev rr.can' have a in the.Tbira'of..Alligator; in said County,

and continual fire on the camp, approaching, of the potato rot had already made their The Force in Mexico j-Several journals.ofthis place among the things of earth, yet.thousands on the first Monday in 'August,' ..D1847, be_ '
' and elsewhere the cbr-
boldness very near' to our city having-; questioned are astonished.that the paper which they area twee legal hours on that day,the following -
5 the greatest appearance. of the sit made short since .
m a subscriber does scribed properl to wit> The NorCh-East and ;:
I Parliammt is soon to be dissolved, and preparations : not, contain just such articlesas ,
/ inels. day Capt. Bainbridge's party re- are in, progress for new elections.- by the Washington.Union,,(and copied>y the they like to read i best. One expects moral South-East Quarters of Sectiou thirty-six ((36) i'*" '

'iits next march to Vera Cruz, being joined by The Irish Poor Law bill, as amended in the True Sun) to the effect, that when the reinforcements essays another 'love-ta.1estnnd miscellany Lots No.1d 8, South'-East Half of thaT I
sent back which have been ordered by.the War Department ,other mirth and,' South-W .Quarter of Section t :bc.',pe.J: *
rf Dureru's Dragoons, who were House of Lords, it was expected,would pass the : anecdotes;.another looks. for a : '
horses. This company, with its galCsptaini Commons after a slight alteration. for Major Generals Scott and'Taylor, sermon-i while all wonder thaCtheip,'particular Lot No. 6": 'The North-East fractional :part4 '

.' get his had behaved very handsomely in Typhus, fever was raging with great and in. should all have reach d.their'destination,those taste is not suitednever for a'moment?euppoeingthatan North-West.Quarter" Section 36 Lot No 3. tt?.' mso t r. :
Its gallantry generals would have under their command-the editorqaters:for,,.the mental the South-West:'Half"of the' Douth-East :
f Mcintosh's camp. -virulence in the north England appetites .
ie"5' on of universal praise and admira- creasing Several Catholic clergymen had fallen victimsto f bnner nearly 20,000, arid the latter nearlyio- of thousands. Quarter of Section:.25, LotNo. 6. Allin TowI', l' '"

'* the theme Indeed, it was generally ad- it. 000 troops. The Union of Wednesday night ship six Range fifteen- containing six hundred -: I ;

::l-JS.the army.Col. Mclntosh's command was savedtbgaThh70' Accounts from Manchester represent trade to sustains the correctness of its former assertion, Waiter," said a diner-out, in a down-town and'eighty-six aci cs. Levied upon'as the prbpi'erty .. .. i tr;

;; that Dupcru's party. Bainbridge's have suffered an almost entire suspension during upon information obtained on that day, at the restaurant yesterday.-
; continued their march to Vera Cruz, the month of May, but that a better feelingwas office of the.Adjutant General. The Union.proceeds soup, quick," I. favor Of ole Dowli g & Cot. \ :" ,' 1 ,

trty arrived in safety. In the mean- to and quotations for to details, and shows conclusively the correctness "Say Roup'againj stranger,"Bald a tall Tennessee B.: FITZPATRICK : : !;.
' they beginning pretail, .
.here and that Gen. Sheriff of Columbia i. l I
:' Duperu"s party, having a long return train printing cloths and shirtings were rather highcr. itsjprevious statement, returned volunteer, who happened to sit t County. t :
'P J and being threatened by a large body A considerable advance in prices was anti Taylors force has been augmented by reinforcements opposite to hink "and Fll give you a Cerro Gor- July 2, 1847: 'Im'- -.- ; -, :

("fFtJLfs halted at Santa Fe, where they were cipated. An increased activity in the cotton already arrived' and provided for, to considerably do whipping, 1 wilL I told the old General, WAIEHOUS1 'q :

r of the provided for Gen. Scott will not be less than the States Pd lickthe first'man I'd hear 83ym'soup PRINTSONIiY. "
lW1tlt repulsed killing many enemy, still working short time. ,.
tDa suffering'no loss themselves. It was said, IRELANP.The reception of the news O'Con- 20,000.-N. Y. True Sun. and Pm damn'd if I don't do it.' ,41 i.

I that some of our wagons were cut off nell's death, which reached Dublin on the 25th The Archduke COOrles.-This It was with great difficulty the Tennesseean No. 56 ,Cedar Street New York( L .
horefCl'drivers taken prisoners. C: pt. Duperu distinguished could be satisfied. -2V.3On Delta, = ,'.i
I aDlthp ult. produced a deep impression ; placards were I
General, the ablest rival of Napoleon, with the "; '
lost three
I rind safely in Vera Cruz, having posted[ up announcing the event, dead bells" exception Wellington,and pronounced by Napoleon 1 'JLmm] ,. JI1IJmSQB LEm,.: 'f
vrtilland wounded. Polite To man's hat off into the mud .
knock a
three tolled &a &c. -* .b
left Mc.jutoh were himself as one of the ablest.tacticians of (LATE LEE: & JUDSON,.) .. ..
; On the day Capt. Bainbridge's party had arrived The prospects of a good harvest are very en- the; day, died in Vienna ou the 30th of April with your umbrella and then beg his.pardon. Occupy the spacious- FIVESTOKrWABE.' :.' I
Gen. Cadwallader Rude-To the truth.
: couraln the blight has made itsappearante speak
camp. though potato
last. The immediate cause of his death was"asevere No. 56 CEDAJSTEET.the inicKW1 ,
howitzers.- HOUSED
Uaforce of SOO men and two Handsome Curled hairmoustaehes.smallbootswhite
I more than a month earlier than it -
followed inflammation of the
then makinl'f'iDall cold by of which is devoted tothexh1bition and sola'of
commands were joined, head and ,
did last gloves-einpty
opeUglyA -
The year. pleura. The Archduke commanded the AuStrian '
the Article 01"-
1600 men with two howitzers, un- ra Single. ,
in dir- glass.
Fever1 and are extending every
force at the bloody battle.of Wagram and
of Gen. Cadwallader, and pushed intermentsin head with brains and a face with in- GALldOES \
dercommmd ection. In Cork there were 67 free held, for a while the late of the day in: PRINTED ,
ontowardsthe National Bridge.On a single day, and 277 in the course of a single Uisspiritwascrampedand telligence. I
the bridge Gen. Cadwallader i even against Napoleon Agreeable ersation.-Beautif\1l weather Their present Stock consists of;near],, \ ;
approaching week.
: his intentions frustrated by Aulic Councils
the One Thousand{
Wupied the heights commanding bridge, ITALY.-Disturbances have taken place at or he would have made a more successful soldier. -stylish girl-delightful party-sweet man- Packages .
the had fired on Capt. Bain- tine voice oh 1 dont know. some. THOUSANDS of .
frog'lfhich enemy Leghorn on the publication of the decree rela- He was uncle to the present Emperor -elegant figure to Embracing different
teil"es' party where he was attacked by a tive to the press. The people cried, Long live l be sure-why certainly-who told you? Ha- patterns and colorings, and comprising'everything

jt-efurceof tie Mexicans,, posted in the ridges the Grand Duke !1" and then went to the houseof Amendment of the Jury Lara.-By a recent act ha-ha-ha-he-he-haw-haw-haw.. desirable in the' line, FOREIGN. and .

, al chaparral and some hard fighting was car- the Austrian consul, and shouted "Death of the Legislature, to go into effect about the 1st DOMESTIC. .

I li rid on for several hours, the Mexicans losingmore the Austrians!F7 The Governor forbade the file of June, parties in a civil suit in addition to the I "My Kingdom for a Horse" said Richard at. I All owhich are.offered 'for sale, for cask or: .' 1

that 1000 men, and Gen. Cadwallader lo- which hud been projected for the 13th in honor challenges for cause now allowed, will be entitled the battle Bosworth field. satisdctory credit.' ,'at theXOlfijSTPJJICfefi, '.'

I some 15 killed and thirty or forty wounded of the birthday but by the .... r '
"ng Pope's ; notwithstanding, to two peremptory challenges of the,Jury "My: Republic for a Mule, .said Santa Anna v ;
! j. The Mexicans were repulsed ; bridges the people assembled in crowds and shouted, before empanneled. This appears to Te the at the Battle of Cerro Gordo. ..Piece or Package. .,

I successfully passed by Gen. Cadwallader, Long live the Pope!" Long live Italy !"- most judicious law, as cases might possibly occur New Styles .are received almost everyday, :

! Tho was on his way to Jalapa, Down with Austria!" The dragoons had to where a personal enemy of one of the parties It is said that'on',examining the contents of and many of them are got'up for our 6wn ,sales," 4

I The estimated lo-s of CoL Mclntosh's party is be called out to disperse the assemblage.The in the suit would be drawn, and the Juryboxmade Santa Anna's baggage'by General Scott, after andnot: to be found.elsewhere. -. 'v3S

, about$ o.oOO. For miles the road is strewed Grand Duke of Tuscany has accorded a through him, the medium of private revenge the late battle, that 300 copies of Tom onvin'sTory Printed lists.or"prices,corrected from ; j '

rah empty boxes and bacon sides, which had certain measure of liberty to the press. ThJ rather than justice.-N. Y. Tribune. Speech were among the articles in. his day to'daY1'with erery.variation in the market, -

been captured by the enemy. There is a great King of Sardinia it is said intends to give a trunk. are placed in the hands buyers.. ,. : ... :." j ji
deal of dissatisfaction in the army, respecting sort of constitution to his people; and the Mr. Abbott Lawrence-Abbott Lawrence, of Merchants will be able to'form some idea"of'

the conduct of the command which had the Grand Duke of Tuscany is believed to be in- Boston, has presented to the corporation of Harvard The K. 0. Delta' states that the amount' the exie t and variety.of our'assortment,when
charge of this train. There will be a court of clined do the the dollars moneys received at the New Orleans Custom that the value
to same thing.At University, sum of fifty thousand we state of, our.-usual stock,of. ;i
inquiry into the subject.The funeral of O'Connell Genoa which school for House during the month ofMayis$246I26I4; ia twice
the at to be expended in establishing a" this ONE A&Tieif, at/least the:value of
garrison at Jalapa has been broken up, was celebrated with great pomp, the U. States' i the purpose teaching the praetical sciences. being an increase of$76,16913 over the sum received the entire .stock of dry goods usually'kept by .

byorderof GeaSoott, anthill the sick and Government consul appeared in his official costume and the I duringthe same period last yearwhen largestwholesale jobbers, 'This" fact, to '.' .

.. stores have been sent to Perote Castle, consuls of all other nations,except England, were A well known political economist says:-"We the receipts amounted to 169,95 25.Gfootf. ., gether WIth the.fact, thai on?.uieana :and pur .
w that this line of communication entirely present.A test first those who attention instead of being 4ivid dam avast, ti lf
from pay destroy us- generals; .-A son of' Erin just arrived1 fcf this
close! Gen. Scott has had a road opened splended fete was given to Mr. Cobden at second, those who cheat us politicians and in ventured to'solicit variety of articles, ..are devoted "tfhollj__to NE'..., 4jl
all landofplenty being_ want -
Perote to Tuxpan. from which, in preferende future Turin, ou the 24 ult. The largest apartment quacks; third; those who amuse us-singers and a.little aid,from a person n whose external appearance will render the, advantages whiehwe can offer fiR' .. fj
our stores and men will be sent in that could be had in the city was crowded to ex. musicians; and least of all those who instruct 'seemed to indicate that he could easily to dealersperfectly: obvious; an4 it ,shall be. '..h
the old road The Engineer corps have completed and the whole off with the that who Jtm f
cess, passed greatest i us. afford it. He with our care none visit our.estab1i \ ;. .r
, a fine roa.l from Tuxpan to Perote, the dis- spirit and good will-Willmer fy Smith was7 howeverz repulsed a shall meet with any disappointment. .. ':
to hell.5 Pat looked at him in such a wayas
less than half that from Vera The Prcsidency.-The Post go
Jance being : one Somerset Perry Our assortment incomplete at all seasons of .. f 1
Cruz to Perote and being a healthier county Ohio has hoisted the name of Gen.Win- to fix his attention, and meekly replied -! '
Tuxpan LIEUT.T HUNTER.-The Washington correspondent {; for the year. LEE, JUDSON .&.pnt- f.
God bless honor for ;u
'lee. field Scott to its masthead, as the whig candi- your your P. S.-B. F of the !
firm of -
LEE formerly "I ,
of the Baltimore Sun : his ., j
invited to
says you're the first jiritleman's me
The success of the attack Mclntosh's corn'iiind date for President of the United,States. The Lord & Lees and late;senior partner of the original -
has given great confidence to the guerril Lieutenant Hunter arrived in town the evening Meigs county Times flings its banner to the father's house since I come to the 1and.r..4Za7l'I firm of,.Lee.& Brewstej*, from which connection t !r "

:who are swarming in great numbers throughthe before last, and has been called upon by a breeze with the name of Thomas Corwin thereon Journal he withdrew some time ago, has jresum. tl.r.

country,and attacking all our parties, large large number of gl'ntlemenwho' admire his inscribed, for the same high office. The Chilli-. A Yankee has invented a new kind of ink ed business in connection with Messrs.Lee &- ; it
and mull romantic Norman achievement at Alvarado cothe Gazette bears aloft its banner Gen. 1 'f it
called -'the love-letter ink which is a sure Judson,under the firm; .OI.TERJ JUDSON: I. '
J He called this morliing at' Mr. Secretary Mason Taylor. safeguard against aCtions for breach of promiseof LEE and he ventures to'assure his friends and'| '

FromtheMobile IIcrJld & Tribune of 22d inst. 's, who received him with great kindness marriage, as the ink fades away and leaves the public, that the new firm will maintain the ;t.11,
LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.The remonstrating with him on the impropriety of Frederick the V. Denmark in his ,Ii. .!
of last moments the sheet ,blank in about four weeks after the same pre-eminence in this branch of the trade"
steamer James L. Day, arrived at N. Or- disobeying military orders, but informing him, exclaimed, "It is a great consolation to letter has been written. which formerly distinguished the other tto.1 I : ;

lean from Vera Cruz Monday morning.Her at the same time that aa it was written in the me in my last hour, that I never wilfully offen-.' houses which he belonged. .'. :]

news is one day later, and we are indebted Scriptures that ':man shall not separate what ded any one, and that there is not a drop of blood. The Pope; having heard ofthe failure of the June 2% 1847. ly ; t1. .
for it to the Delta office. The main interest the Lord hath joined together' and as Mrs. on my hands" : bill repeal entirely the nominal present disabilities L F II'

excitedly this arrival, (says our slip) centersn Hunter is now at Florence, in Italy, he wouldbe heretofore imposed on Catholics in In Circuit Court. .,> 4 I ;

! the .report communicated to the James L. compelled to send Lieutenant Hunter to the A gentleman,from Jefferson City informs England, is said to have exclaimed-"The'ques- EASTERN CIRCUIT/FLORIDA ::; 1 t k

%, by Mr. Clifton the pilot Tampico, who Mediterranean in command of one of the vesselsof that not less than two have tion of sending a Nuncio to England is stow.putto COLUMBIA CoUNTY,.TO wn'&t.. .
forty applications :
warded her off that city. He stated that they the squadron which is shortly to begot been made to the Governor for acceptation 'rest.. I will never consent to renew my diplomatic December T .?
'ere in iiily expectation of an attack from the rrady. Lieutenant Hunter will not be long in different have raised by relations with England so long. as a Archibald =H. Cole. James ILl ') i -

Mexicans.whowere reported to be 1500 strong falling in with the Unico, and in suspendingher fill the requisition persons who of the five companies to of i vestige of the law remains' in.that. un-. .Cole,and Geprge.W. Cole partners -, .t.':; \ i 1 "

athevicinity of the city. On the night of the crew from the yard-arms of his vesseL mounted men.-St.-Louis Union June companies 7. try" God bless Pope Pius IX. ,.&. using the .name,and Attachment t.. ) l Pi ;J

.2 inst a demonstration was made by the ', Statistics.-- .Their Almanac just published style of Cole & Bro hers. Sum sworn to, ,: ,l!

Weans in:lanipico to rise. Th American Military Posts on the Route to Oregon.-It is The whole amount of the annual,products of .. Baptist estimates the'Reg lar Baptist, Churches .' VS.' S171 50 : it1g,
wUiorities Lowever. imformation of already known, the Missouri Republican HezekiaU At Nash,> and Mer-' Bond filed for ;
had timely says the United States, is about one thousand millions in the.United States at 6883 Ordained Ministers ..
contemplated movement and to suppress It that five companies of Volunteers have been dollars. ; 6571 Licensed Preachers; '1065j Communicants rick Barnes, partner,.&.constituting -: ,$343 00 tf't ..
'tfttmpted ordered to be raised in Missouri to be ; the firnrof H.A-'Nash '
called .out the troops, who lay on employed -- Colleges 14 Theological Schools, J
KBS all night There was then no demonstration in establishing military stations on the route Debts of the States.-The total.amount of the : 8 Religious, 655,536 Newspapers; '20; ; and other.Periodicals & Co. -I 5'frI.1Jm.Defendants'
ofreTOlt act of and.aU othe interested 1-
IMde. to Oregon, as provided by .an Congress. : : ;
debts of the several States.in the Union according '14.
On tie Kkhmst, a party Mexican lancers Government has determined to establish two to the American Almanac from, JLare hereby Dotified of the commencement!. I J J,,1. ,
tacked the first to be located compiled I QualiJiedQn '"York James : of'the above entitled suit by, Attachment returnable I
outpobte at Tampico and drove the stations, or military posts-the official returns is Tuesdayfp'New ? ,; :
!fcnels into the citv. On the 16th, party of near Grand Island where the road to,' ,224023827. .j Crawford; for stealing two'jaekets was sentenced to the December Term.'of:aaid Court,. i )f

?rttwos attacked the pilot station and were California encounters Platte river, and the second Low Duties. -Th& reduction of duties on f ea, to enlist in th army:> *: ,' to wit-the third Monday December.next,' I Fj I ; ,
P'Eeted by dozen at Fort Laramie. The Government and are required,to appear aad plead to the I' 1f .
a discharge from a must or near coffee and brandy England, has led to an in Wheat i* W"ueonsin.-Notb.withstaJlding. the :
,Then they retreated. has already given orders in connection with crcaseofrevenue. .in Atlantic cities it is declaration therein'filed aeobrding to law. i ,
the "
The ,. highpriceofwheat JOHN,P. SANDERSON.PlaintifiVAttorney.- 1 _;
mlbi important part of the intelligence this movement. The battalion will be accom- a\half.cent3the!
for'thirty-seven; : .
J"2Dt by this arrival is the flattering prost panied by an officer of the'corps'of Engineers '"Rail no'More at:Jle/17-Arfellow with a wife selling bushel in"Wisconsin at the present time. \ 4' l' T

*wpeace. Capt. Wood, ofthe James L.Day, and an assistant Quartermaster of the regular, in Philadelphia lately/went ''Morristowh- N' -A1UgatorFlo da*June.25,<1S47., 4m I '
Worms us tint received whose duties will be such as belong to Liberality.of Chi tJjJo.--If the governmen acv Ull
had been army, J, where he made arrangements to marry a respectable ,lYOTICE.. .. ,. ..
*eri Cruz before the Day left that Generals their respective departments and they are to young lady, but got slightly disappointed copts the volunteers"now being pffered and if we cjXWEEKSafterdatetbejindersignedwiU.- ;' ;I

Scott and Warth with the main body of the ar- have every aid and assistance from the com' in his anticipations, as it leaked out that he reokon''enlistments 1 liri"thregular! .a J* apply to the ''Honorable the,'Judge of'Pro* t ,I i

1, bad advanced as far as Rio Frio, without manding officer. There are to be regular details was a married man; in consequence of which he Chicago will have furnished a full regiment1; bate of the County:of HnisboroughjiforLetterssof
Matron, and were adeputatjon from the of the command for, the I excursion all the troops for' the : Mex.icanwar.Clewtgo. *evociat. i.
met at that place by troops was treated to an prominent 1 on.Ol: tireEBtoto;of TJoJ M,:* 't I ; '
from the capital with propositions labor, surveys and reconnoisances necessary at localities>that flourishing viUage comfortav *- x>i..', _.'I .'.' Stafford'deceased,.late ;iNeWrOrleaiu si4" J-1 1

Pee. The exact tenor of the propositions was such posts. The commanding"- officer ,is to be bly and.securely seated on.a rail -Deltm-. 'w, I' iOO rworl'.ed I I.ors TJ .! ipgI1Skcd.h State of.Louisiana, ."."' f.-. .;r:(. 1f':1-.. t"1: ,
:tSn they wc"i however, of such a na- held responsible for the early completion of the j1. 'through"all business Its a. ."' '" E.: t'h ir' '.' 1i", j
.: and will the that it is A said"to! who was' more got .. 1 Y
cott refused to accept them,and works urge upon troops judge.once a lawyex an8weredfJ .as.pickpocket getsthrough SUSANNA, t!STmOBD I
v1] a crmmed to push on his forces to the capita "their duty first to build and then..to' garrison remarkable tor the number of his words;than chancellor,hors pond- lie must get through ;i marb" *.' .- .".": f..

"orcTta0111 the deep anxiety felt by the new them.". Two physicians one from the volunteer for the sense of his speeches, that. ;
'B&7 rent'lftlleterm government can be sp- and the other from the regular ,army, accompany much like necessity.? "How( ; do 'you make that Dunairig, ed : u.cb..aam spiritth iiliIn : -Tampa.June 35184T. 6w' .. I
ifcil'jy party or power in Mexico- to stay the command Necessary equipage is out?"inquired the. ) quiciOiisattorney. ;'|Be.... &tyle ,+i ,diviOthybu; T ": r : "
mor profCSSlow : i f : :
the pr forces on te capital it was to be furnished by the Assistant Quartermaster, cause.- ", .said the V judge 7,' 'f necessity* *"' 1q1ol"S -*no, l.law. Bin 0. tot 'P8ri :ton. _t.I do; anoth !. : NOTICE / :. ': P
toGwi&t that further concessions would be made and he will be provided with'funds.to pay the, ." = __: ;'A,. .[,,. -, J\1.t /O itgelf andthethird* ** f eaundone.'idoes ,i' J- ):.*mrCoPartn' : heretofore existing ra $
R. t be their diem parties under _.,; ,.. .:JL; dethe firinpf COLE,-'RICHABDS B..CO': : I
as working .
fore! he {t his line march 1 troops per '1' .L ," ; 1. 'J"1. ; ; ,1Jt 'i.1't_ h: :!
up -. > 1 .' '
from "H"' .r + jp
BeWe'en and i / : *< '' 'ctmaeaAll'.having
Tartar. > 'dissolved Imtrtual
\ =
*U lfl denned. Caugti\ ; jS"1i ei-eby
V FrIO. the law His duties are accurately -JSome::D.:J''jejoni-TWO hundred...enugranarriTed ; '
4Tze '
He is required 'to disburse, ls ,'suc1tmoneys Mier, a short.;time,ago, three, Mexicanswefe. : .m.: .Baiambre, fa feikiday.since,; ; ..,., ., .." %iahnf: against'sald'' ,'nF J I
Df This waylaying the road to rob a Mexicaii Tnerchantof ; ease" It.ihem' jot' ;4t"4.1 IL.I.rlIJ:. II' i..
lJ..V 1fexico.ijr. Kendall writes ((3d as may be appropriated ror ejosts. said tdbe; :the.VaBguard of;,a,$blonyof several IC
) who they knew,was.coming:'dp wn, ] ;\.E.'IL.Rich and' iU i i
Ihee'ag another revolution at the lands upon which these. sites are to be MatamoraSj thQugandK3llaiidB 1Vl o' are about 4p.settle.iii! ,
ciy from he Indians and to from.Mier,,with a largeaniount'pf mo eyinhis.possession. fine looin.oplend1 Wilrp .1rith U. -
81JQ wo or three days since atleast are to be purchased Missourl; -.The .arelIl4id : 's.'t "'' 'J ( o' I Jt
the extensive as the appropriation's procure. The merchant had three men with. abnadanctf of.means:to 'd'eiay. to ftleit, rldpirt1es. "" ft.
B report but it 'Was put down by Gen.apst be as p' : haye{ carry t \ n v.*t ( S.
'It't hanc before KexfeachM Ihe'spotJwhere" : ;LR'e: : ;', f
Ordnance. and ordnance *stores'jo be outfthetointeatitm They :religiouspersecutiOb .. ., ,
fIIri.o.ente ; immediately. The origina-. t. ; ,
th..robber hdostedthemselves 'that ihTtt: : -H:1tJcnRD 5 .i
?Wends furnished for the forts by ike proper command: !the' ; : ,
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