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 16, 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
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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ippliation for Letter AdmijtUtrigpti! ..,.5 00 us"meetsoar warmest'information gaLItIL.'. rengispzstnted.round: while h 'd.Pjp' trimi'th". : h3 '. \fa7ndftgon themoti
0-All religioS notices will'be inserted'gratuiJ7 :- 1 'Afla well! 1. the listening ear.rrG ; lose h'\ecesn'eI'-erwW 't k. 'Jfi ,, .' lfbiie ;it. .\ .
and hUH.b'"k'rock \:, Or. .The TdJ. U'DO domesI
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AH ndmis* i ie.per8onii"coramunicitiat3S 8 with its kntCaptj 1rele. or:t e .samei
..eharpd u a4etemnu, ., '.1 l ,, 'omq t lShes the folloWing.iniportait Wder, .'W d,'.g uid aVbbMng' volcano-1-- 'In Sft'eavejis. .:a.wiatt ,Mansfield of,t '4 I@ :corps: i .!:perIOd'' .- : :: ; ;

1 JT AH bills for Job Printing. mast bis paid on the ; t'.. .:, .Iorn:1ot.49es2' ., midnight .: 'Jjloiscftess'and ;swift r t p;: agaie =e.tattt'"1t' Ad'dtpen.4el ,' I I\1. ".t, -- ...H. y, ...:4-_ :-.-.
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c addressed toGitttTT : fearless t kept <3h;their,way, whenlo!.jw, tTaj- t1. ari pOrI
0All communications must be .,an a \ob 4Q, ae.jatsed in every State and Ter hegr methmaasljithdysawonly smopth':' : .o uPtOJ.! ,((4OA n his'poito -' :
& HUCA R.D. pOttdfiPC1. 'ritor fTh&Uthoi.. nftb4.ed tfieimovemehtj)'ex'-- JlIEI iJ .fPr :
slt of At. rthe"d 'i up floodn t1 e: .,pWnedthcirct. : -- w. *" ****wwm j i ***4 T I
raised pii'excefct Louisialxk,, i' tQ'ti1ja3j then : ut/t58i k e'
f fariey i ? wfiple ,'vihe bran Ja e
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THE \2KD ANlftVER- Buckwheat raised m all except Louisiana arid saic! '"I,'lschfycn,' sirtstM:: not % .
CELEBRATION. OF '. met,as this new and unexp.sed'.their ted obstacle cro- -, JPll' ; isticJ.theWeIri( Hhis is a
INDEPENDENCE Floridl : the .' :! Wthebarytoyep' JlN ; ; ",!' lest I4ptance. : WJiI4 th .- -
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8ARY OF AMERICAN "W \ Pt at sern font rd qt'thtr flotall'' "iif .
folltfMle Florida, July 5ih'i8l'l.Messrs. J l n .' tror1New Je1"r3, PEiraieootto ; leader,wey boldly.plugged; in,.and w; th- .t9mov&: .' vS<*paid the.QeraL'b ifelJto? /41m: 1 not e pl t iratches' ter :
At vzch ,but
Ohio andWi cot d not' to give theni.: 1b1iEht {
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Bylvanja grape pli, vnd whtt
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,a djrum o.r. pilgle nottytp < .steady .
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.EdiIt is with pleasure inform } : .f'' "; '. "
i. % % y T n T t 1%& ; t.* 't... 1'QDl' All f,t .h"'ll c
vott of our f$t va1. It cannot be the lot of any The States,1.t iat4qnot .r"iBe cottonj'tOgether ['courage .ratvedtin'deadlfeiieric'e. iThe| noise ha\, Oalarie4.thejen.tKugit'Cin:the5palisades. : :YP.fle Bjw4g.sla ai enh"f1eft'and; W"tir: _1I }s ".d"

person to notcd'ur festivals and say that t "e 8"haTe I with Maryland, Delaware and Indiana do notraise .pnels and ti .jpapid'dis hargof theirmuskets' : entezEaylr i -2 ', up te1MM ,1 ; :!'S1itopdarJ.' % qp 1 "
off tetter. All was good win "har ; 9 of .
passed rice. .+ S Mft5PytWK! tone deuiteagles iDIsaSIIOt
th' gjdom fblowed Ing
through was by'fights
n. \.t moJing -
many,friendship and eclat Every State and Territory'except Iowa rears \: swiftly about uPOIN'''he ramparts,and hurjried. z $4 zleviJfebM; :Capt.'fraggr1Th : wild 1ihd; It''UK von sheep,"
The spirit Of party was completely lulled to: lilk .. qse few:w6sds'sp' 6mpletely,inirited him -Justice,; airtieht'm
V ''\ : shoutsx>f To arthsf toarms!"and the1erCe !> *rJ' "tJ' !
distinctions'were \ '' : and's
rest and the rnerge'd; ; very'state'except DelawareJoakes sugar.f ol1ofdums t men, that theXred. ithTgoubled vigor "Trae.your( t into'the.more honorable 'character of brother .NewTijirk raises the'mosfbarley,viz : 1.802, t'from its drmofsecuity., rousing Th'enext ifp f garrison moment, ; iid the tesult>sho*s.f.he Effect 6f "4 littlemoregrape" ;here"<" ..1 $ .

Americans.., ,. v 282 busii 1s. ,l ., ?,, ,,,I' ;that dark r rock was one mjisS\ offt) ;as the artillery I .. N..O.Ttopicr" J .. """S 7"" i i 'Yes, glient has'no tight to de t
$]beday: vfas quite warm yet neverthelesspropitious. .\ .--New.. tprk raised the tti st'p tatoes.24d73 ,- '. and. ..musketry op lalong.ats sid s; 11.' n.". '. ", ,,. '" ,." .".course:.not bust by the laws

Our proceedings were opened >yfte 5S' ;> busliels. .. Ii... ., ,. ..r 'rfhedd ing.a lurid light on.the countenances the- .Delii .-" ,ver w lrnnkjutonco inmy i. : "WJjat cares ;'for.de laws of de :
Vhich i
fief. Ab 'l Saturn with prayer, after New York raises the 'most hay-4,595,936 imen below 8J1Ct 'Advanc .!, Advance 1' in life ? sa d a fehaiY' ncqiiiny nearing, and I .1\I dehta2t lawa.ofde St ;
Declaration ; rung .
.W.We st. Esq., read the in an tons.' .., ,." 'startling accents along the ranks. never,n ean t b.ip drufi.i lga 11 i The street "enough.yor me., ;ICo.I1e'yo r'Ita1

impressive manner; G..'T. Coddering,Esq deliv- ..: Ohio ralses'the most wh 10.786,705 bushjfennsylvania ra.mp b:were seemed.to be veiy'steep,:arid I lifted my feet at "Well, !hen toy client, the d
ered I spirite.iiid appropriate Oratio and. els. 0 ... "The ate witrj' and everyjstp&as if Iwas; getting up staffjs. Several case; is charged with etfaling a
tlcnill sat down to a most sumptuous dinner,' \ raises the 'most rye t -8,429,226 amid shouts aihurriedords: comm 1a, tie cartwheels wefe ..maki.l.cvolutipns in .; 'Dat will do! Dat will do!t. 4
under th.e/direction of our old caterer 'fiery torrent frptri the summit kept rolling prepared Whels... \. bramsand at one time fancied my'head was' charged mit shtealing a sheep,
Judge Crane. Aaroq.Jernigan, Esq was; cho- Pennsylvania% raises the most buckwheat-6-, those devoted .m' Thp water around them a:. Idjge lathe an4 turning,.establishment. 4he De gourt will adjourn to Bill,

6en PrcsiJent, r.b Washburn, Vice President, :108,509 J; shclg.,. .. ,: < was driven into> 'fcpray by4 the gape shotjiaiii' lath s (which I was keeping in motiqn with my drink." ,

and H. A. Crane, Secretary Then came the '.' Tenulssee raises 'the most corn 67,738,447 balls that fell in dri incessant. slower. while the' feefc Ii.couldn'fc.'conceive1: wha 'xijas the reason 1'. .... l

. .Regular and other toasts, many of which caused -, bushels. : hissing, burs ng!! he1l81j v the. air.fri: the *,p.l'% l.had turned lath..su b.Han.enormous 4; CheatIntentiOBAn: : .

J the old quarters to ring. again. Virginia raises N the most flax and hemp, vii: very direction, allied irijiofnceivablp: : tem o hill atits: ? nJ1 to begrving igher and .noticed Resaca 'de PalmaJn j

! In haste, youfs.SECRETARY.. S1.726fbs. the scene. Yet those forlorn hop s.toiled vfgij-: higher} arid threatened to pitchpver.iae.j Stop, the plinth of May lastperfori

Ken.tFcky raises the most tobacco, viz : 72j- rously' on, arid heaved awdy at J .jqjj Ito. stop,'said,.! arid Pl head this old _3I111 yet; or of valor, And around his;body,& ;
322,543 Ibs. open a gap for the;olumtl;that'-m thbutreilnnmg : at leaU'lt-shan't head me. .J ue4'rOund to as it he, had;'dlstributed.. the

REGULAR. TOASTS. ., .... Georgia raises the host cottoh, viz: 148,175-; a shot stood and crwnbl&i Tajder4fljie firj'waiting ,- go down and get at the bottom: tell tie !I if the knapsack about him 'foxmore '

1. The day we celebrate-The one.'On. whichonr f29lbs., .. with fixed bayonets to rush to. the,a-; town didn'* turn right rouiI to heading me at tion.v On he .dashed into the t

ancestors burst the chains of tyranny and South:Carolina rafseV'the!i most'rice, Vii: 148-, .'qaSilt Attheliead. olpne( Pf thes was Wayny'chafing the time..:..Well, sure enough;, the ground flew and pas aJnottg .th$..Drst who.. :

lct.1l free. 175,129ibs. like a lion in tie ioils/at, ,jthe obstacle' ; up aM;tr ck me on the fotfihead;;as soon as Mexican can ) HerewhiTe

2. The )Memory of Wasihgton-The Fatherof --- i tjiat arrested his.::progresi The.fo lorn --\ the \M'8 I red a1fay .I comn enced, climbing group of comrades,'some of them
in. front of him 'worked sjteadily'flnji_ t e., eff, with: hands he hadwrapjJedaround him.. j
his ray aijd knees.The
Country.: .. ,.. 'SOCIAL I33 IN MEXICO. ; .next thing I '
Enough of his }T ry remains in each sword, ;jtf Picket Guard, in late number, gives the baze of the battiest and in the'intervals:rjipjld Jtw ,:f saw Was D.;,'big brick house ;coming.:full split ."It.is thisJ! stys he-'Och! ,
their the
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To light us victory jet" following: .. axes were rounq a corner, an Jt I believe ifr ran right ov! but that's great invention;
3. The President of the United st tes. ''Sunday is known ;atjcamp by there being no thunder tif.while 06 artillery that another sh6<:'jk the idioigV me,ftirI" ;; do not remember'any.more." walk into thim yeller raskilla,
one after rd3144''life : "* *
drills in the afternooiJTr-kut how do know ., "., .. .. apprehensions; .for I had my
you 1 fIr
and Navy-May their brilliant storied 1" 'I' '
Oar Army of dril
4. footsteps out twenty.'that ; LI t.1
; Nqwn'npto its full eiiinSiQ a d di- 1 1
when it's Sunday in town 1" inquired: & man JM'I1./01.2ooz1t1ie-Soixie'years; since I #-
lesson to the Mexicans -
a Falutary thr stood unhartned. Yet still ]
successes e aS teU'
prove J.
found the vel a wun UTtheir bulletts could'hurt ;
and procure a speedy and honorable from ClDl}... "By the'f1 rdwd at the cockpit," steaaily.and strong un il an was inaH< following'fecipe in- Ug1 ly. popular I .... __ me. ,: $ ?
opening : ;
dental *
pe3 was the rcpfy. It was aljout rIght. .; Cockfighting .thigh which the columns .ould spas, an4< wprj,.ctfess,arid.having'usei that !t.with the mostgratifyijtg.s TeZegraphic'Joke.-A l' 1 west &i magri'etic r- > Jl telegraph / 'r t r
froni to the
mode of
is popular gambling ime
5. The Memory p'f the brave Captain Mellon, a very among theft the shouts of Wayjie wer eard above thdihi in common of toothacjj it strikes present' ,' in attempting'' to :re po tr.he.death: of L \

who fell at' this place in 1836, 'While gallantly the We Mexicans.have heard itfcji.ientTysaid--and? if true, .and tumult sunjxpcs ing.iis i llpXers.'pnv I nay] ,instrumental cases in relieviifg$:: some suffer-m* Akbar Khan:son of Dost Moh nimed of Caboo. arnadethefoUowingIudicous4iiounent : \t, 1'
his'men ih'battle. ;: With t fixed bayonfits hthey..marched \ in1y ; 1.: lt"
leading it'fc remarkable-that the ladies .Saltillo. are : jug.y making it public. :. J
through the portals nade ac c a nob l e. icrifice '5The overland mail the .
annonjices death of 1T
6. Agriculture,Commerce, arid Manufactures all willing! to"go with, the soldiers to America.It :fxakS Sulphuric Ether 1 oz.. .
or.jraW .
ajid pressed furiously tlurpuglithe Rarer R1Ha son of Doct. Mohammed'of Can. b. ('
-Our PrQs rityPr 'non -Let {hern"lite .in of We that Pulverized Gum .. {t
is ,
cons qucc| thIS presume morass-over efe'fy obstacjeup! tQ.the ve4 Camphor 2 drachms, ton. ;'t : c' .11
by their. own resources.. abandon.. th i.. t. ,. they:evince Fuck ah eagerness .to lea n our lan- : ry,mouths of the cannon, and tip the rdcky ncclivity do tdo Alum! 2 do.- . 't lL ': ''.w"
1 The Ujtwn"Bj concession formed aha by guage. A iJii'dicrbua( incident,;grow put of ,'they stormed oh, crushing everything 'Mix ..and keep tightly d; ked. Wet a little ProgresfffJmaiig ation.---'Shen: havie- : arrivedat : IS' ,

concession Vill be eustained. ..... %, :; this list circumstance, fetold by a orrespon- in their; passage. Tpweri!Jfk at the head. f his cotton'tor' MAt; wit nthe mixture, and apply to the Qmiantine..#round, Staten Island,'between .. :J !"R
'& Our Representatives in o gJ"1'Iay' dent) which is. tpogood; to withhold from our shatter column, pointing !ill'onward. and upward the seat of pain. The.above quantity can beprocus theofApyjandthe 26th of June,this i

the interests of the people be their studied care.. Veacbsrs.sA'ji officer ruh&-becanie th. tnie army at...Saltillothuslhe .taken- wth his glitteririgt|' e' .' nd.sending hjs of any druggist for 10 or12; cents. 'yeak a$&<$*of$5(days, 75,000'emigrants/bj. \ a .p
9. The of the firmamejit, Liberty.-We \ stbry prodigiously thrilli4shouts backup; veViila ioDowers.WftyJBeodesteadily Thisreparationyjng been:simply the result far tire.lajig fportipn of whom .German* .41" t4. .
gems ; the Wfc0rt#> of the ,sHe )
with of ,fair ..phice. :
proudly couixt 29;may they increase. in.number :pne tis for 8 up theightiIIin at length ifruck- of,,Bcient! c' investigation, and not having'been having thQpieansrnd5inentpn; iaoving to 3
or ttl
lid suit a.week
until the whole earth is illuiriiiiea! by fh'eir' prosecuted witl1vigdr he ordered tlie.'Kead:; by a nrusfcet ibalt'he fell backwarduy o&ainejthr from the Indians or ArabS the fa.\W--.V.; ..littJe sickness has been ex b .
t.wo, when, to his.vgreat sorrow, was, ami ; the.ranks. i'i.a1t( 4p1g on his knee, it IS commendea to cure toothache arising peHencamonstthem.- t ,

brightness. t. 'of" fede- away; .He idould doiio less than bear the doleful he c i .{out. 'Mrch.on!,. Carry me into, the from Ippal inflammation, (in :about three cases J"! i : '.*j .}
10. The Signers of ,the Declarati6n ti 1!fngs to tis iniamorata, and pay her,,a fare- \. dintt1ie 1of my C91.cwm!' out of fqur'In Jess than five minutes,) but so far .it. : ie,Jews. p'Offenbachy ayej in imitation oftfepse .

pendcnce-Tneir.ineiijtJries: } are 1alme4.to dayin Veil Visit. 8e t4. oj 1ier side on a sb.fa we And J those vi't neroes puty i *their o.rave arms around as the l writer of this article is aware has i1I .of.pwnjbberg, transferred the'celibra- fJ .i
the heartJ'of twenty millions of'freemen and may imagine1 he ivy about to disclose, to her him.ani Vard. been VnA-om to : > ft..w..4 the Sabbath'from to' i
boreVm shot fired Saturday Sunday.
o vNpt a was I Neuralgia Face
y&l.'raise their sleepihg dUst with he raised her 'iandp ; ; --eo tiot'Of _..' .
prosperity 41e ga4 intelligence,:*ben put jtaking'we raicy.olidy8: on their urishrin- I, tion.- 9 Poet bones or "shut the cellar doond .i-t 1_ ___- ; rl'j

everlasting blessings. her. head, then extending it towards him, kingbrasts, their jw y jfnete.i glittering ,in the i rock the baby." H. PRESTON De1 tiSt. ,,At-a.small:hbnse fn Dublin may ti I.I\.sc i'rt'h e ., .
in t
11. The 8tt'f.Florida-May tier resources ,bldifig something in.her tmy fingers, the flas ,offhe enemy's ns. kept on over.the ,Uojng anriboncement; "Asses' milk every !

be defelol'e'byo(#hardy citizens, and pl'Q e.a sweetest accent/she mqulred.L." liviife and deadsm4i'dovn the veteran ranks I Texan g: Rangers.-"Yesterday -I thiife,"SaY', i hot.h. COw..r. .. :r I' tl J I
fUbse under "C ino se llama este en Americana ? -(What ,
blessing to Who have shelter
sought that threw valor before
do I 'in themselvesiin vain tien th?:Washington correspondent of $.,!?purier, > A,tall. j.Udy complained to tans\\\ I
her wings. you call this, English 1)) \ ti1tc ey..Veacned tne..centfewhere of the _f.or ifl his letter of the i "you a mm0a.t 1 ; 'i
andiSaw insect sight ofiiich. 24th nIt, 'tbanet had hd.was the, only gentleman,who had .
He ,
Jefferson. lopkcd, an the which ; ;ever .
12. Their met Il
Ajlams and Monroe- \ \gy the1iJc.olumn ,oyerthe'eaine under collSld '
e'atlon the j inviting J
is caused 'him io fly without pronouncing its obstacles hoid achieved the same tri- project oj apce malted.her By.an allusion. hex heibt.q'i: .
dear to this is ,
memory us; day distinguished name. ; anew regiment, if not,an entqgade of the only man who is small enough to do,it*.said a
by their patriotisiri also their deaths. iit4li. Western Tejcans
take the
to of
t. he
\ p "b t:)'il ; : way. mIBS
13. Tte. F.a r of 'America-The :orily soeeignstchich 13TOit b((8F STONY POINT. i I JAt;; the sight of each oilier, one loud sbliHt putting n stop to the threatened.guerilla warfare J. '--i 'j ;. I. 1 ,

? freemen bow. '. 4oo.the[ j heights and ToUe4 down the b gI on.tUe part of the Mexirans-Hjo the :>, Bragg*s B tittcryi* isstated.that_ each gun fiM

BY J. T. HEADLEY. I h1J'8a.pin sent DUCK WMAAVI V .8rung bite w\th the hair of the dog.' They fcan doabt- of Bragjg's battery,Buena V'wud1s liai. t (

f.LUNTEER TOA$ ... "But the. most brilliant action of Wane's h thlie wild huzza1nd, then the flaotfree., less, raow be more easily obtained th at any ged upwards of.two hundred 'and"fifty limes 3, ,ttR

By.t tiejrepdent a .. erall % Taylor"May life, and one of the most illustrative of hi char. ".:!?lint up and flaunted proudly away on the other season;"for. by the middle of.June? their during the battle! .;- i. 1t J1

MMntmue to wn glory'for his country and acter, was the storming of Stony Point 'Yash- :. WIau: heiick, .yplumes of smoke cro'psvill have been laid by.} Njea J1)11fesO1J rJfJ} --r.- k i '' /M. '. I" jf { i*? i| I" 3' i iS!]
1AIU1:14 for irajself. ington, at Wayne's request had organized a ttlity around that rock, slowjy'fted and rol1 Cl ark L. Owen Price.of Victoria,and randreds orj- -AfriA..debating' society .dojpn east '

X President.-The corps of light infantry, and put him over it, U tc .Hudson .he Stars. appeared once of others every whit a&good fPld.ier .as 'JIAys"'an te qucjjti'o'n, $%!$a tll m.tijtio: iKfteffcgalmitten l

.Bje Spirit of the A- with directions to take this .8trongh lctu This J-jf?'|n: he"ky,,ftnd.all was ver. The lordly his men' have .maD1.of tie; Iardlyet er! A";' '.: ,} $sa.j"reryelyMd I'I".6t. ,
?en rl1 have
wi'm' fortress was apparently impregnable any ] crit sweeping by as.J.t during!, : .po 4ft} .
the bosom of an American citizen. storming party for, situated on a hit was tie deadly strife that',.cait such a baleful lightoits farms .and ranches t i the' opening. of the iJ ne ..aix} refi on, de-, ,t'r

:By the Orator.-Popular Education-It con- washed by the Hudson on two sides .while on ) ,bp8on and: d 1ftmess: and deathlike'silence I war." ,' C president that he "'iii oughter. \

atates the only Arrarat upon which the ark of the other lay a marsh which ,eI7 t.ide over ,! j I ouded| ,.ttg.'snores. ,Mournfully,and '. : SI.1"-4e; ')" ? '''\ : .t': :. 'r'f I!. 1tt,'I'

our nation's safety can rest with hope. flowed. Besides these natural aefences' a double slqw:91 o fl1' forlorn popes: and their brar.e.comPftjjoris Tomato &'uce..Peelt.ypur.'t' nmtoesjjand t )\; opecZineit-.We.; learn Ii. "

By the Secretary.-Our own.. Jloicla.Who shall predict fceV fut 1'"' great- on the top were high ramparts., bristling withcannon. brought u 'rcim.Theirgory beads and conveyedto little butter ands gat'(to" taste.-i i\ tejft jtpiem Was. eplined,the.services.of Captain>.Wm. ; I '

Six hundred veterans; arrisoned this .their Krave.Jep .' quickly o\'er"a'hot fire for. 1t minutes, ones's company,of raised

*J Win M.De'hriot;encrai Andrew Jack- rock; sufficient one would.think, to defend. \' c!Gr:1t aty' 'wound\ proved not-to be severe,- taking;care that they are no$ tooth5n) t and watery. ]n.bMP,1z did assigriingtas a' 1 thedppartlnent -P.11:.

.JJ When living, the prjde .of his country;; against five times the ,number. But it was no tk l.,|avingonly graced: the skull for two .. L Porcelain.shouidif p isibley.beusejl' togtejv "not need.-any" more pres_J. .

;:*dead,their loss. Mar pur sd.t.Oener- common obstacle that could deter Wayne vjhen -,..? ,. and he lived to wear the laurels ofgraerui a' tnem, in, as the acid pf.the tgm o act$ on ent S .- iii 1
bi bt with his virtue and pr honest p'alriotV his mind was once made up, and he determined nation placed.'ou his brow... The country iron peculiar'ftaypr of.t l" fruit is enjijr .. ; ;j j4l.; j .Peofk I ,> -.,t'ji j j'1PIuisic !I

; formidable as it was to'execute the task s4sgn. rung with his D.am and Congres '1it ien. 1 ljr TSt.j]?Some :per ons'prefrs itanfjcayuse ; -. : *id1;iWI. Jbeavet.The Lexlng !

..J f.J.Vaughn,an e.. cMi r.-6uiir: gatoantttj.MfLv ed him or perish in the attempt.It is saita Wiat ted him with a golfl medal .The wftole.,$kn'of tf .tQ ugar. tIJ that! Ten U3 :g5TalIy ,tori Friday(Mis8.Advertiserpf las _'theifamilyT0f the Mri\JamesCjillenl 23d nit ys"Qn .11 ; i
they therti while conversing with Washington on.tne prgi the assault was most skilftdly iaid, arid thebearing a.Uttle minced onion, prpowd n redJiiace[ : ij!
appreciate ofiold .
A better officer posed expedition he remarked: "General; 'if of Wayne .throughouf.was galUnt-Jn: and th n stew,'slowly ;nritil the tomatoes are Ben, residing at thejRpndBethesda( ) founniles I i i'

riReady. exist. or a more you will'only plan it, I will storm H-l. the extreme. He chose.the posfc.pf dari&er.at done but sot too liqw..41 from Yazoity; 'wetpoisoned by eating pies

By } ._ .' "He carefully reconnoitered t ground and the head of his column,and led I\is men.where .. t. .14 ... 'which we fe seasoned with jeach.lcaves.' 'Mr.Culletf lllff
beter Otir.Anniversary.-1rJaY ital- ascertained the exact position of things, the "f.iGD died.instantl ifrom. ,the. effects, and.all t I
having even : mi ht follo I' and dfbE-Ou
.Yay$ $ shnnkW e'if fii Il
tin.cflonf.part1.,tS-yjJjj without dls- formed his plan of|\$.. On the 15th of July, when .gtruck.and 'apparently dying,heroically! : the night ofatiori ; la who p rtopkjOf'th s.were t4eiick' :.-.The'oicOntabldin'the1 I 1

1779. he started frofei Sandy Beach, fourteen demanded to be thathe at Cftcinna'tia; Highly.eMited'crpwd as-: aT csan,.. .&.concen-. J
forward jiight I
By Yr T&t80n..r C. .carried ,! embled14 frorifof the'z esidenjje.of a patriotiq rat?-1 by lua.uug.n the\supp6sed cause of the : J j
t a.1houn"Iay he miles distant, and it Miw.in the evening arrived diem the arms t.ory or bejeftwhee e,the ; f J 1
e I that he would eXhIbit ., '
our k .wBd had nt ;
n President within a mile aMj ri thflfortress. It last citizen ; giv en<| ; calamity; .. *+ : r 4 I
stand'was"madei'4iHis .trppp yere'J!orthy 'Drupimond.Ugn.t oT\thevj6yfnl occasion.- .r. ,. I., ., '.
'd Mr.Maaton. etern.1 Warren who,fell l ft now..twilight ;, andJhe mfd summer evening of such a leader/iui more gallant officers. never When a 'exnectation was_ Hi.theihighest':'point,$ ;I: ,.Beati"( ,M[ 'Thq'Am" ;! andNew: i lJ 1 !
iing t ,breeze the water- {
te' at the with its cooling stple.QVw; led men into'battle:' '
ionAry .b.a.t-
struggle, A maii walked'ou thsomething ioysie f I !
'OfBuuker liilL- ? everbereerished tie) stars. came out oi. by one n.the sky, and colored., .wi frions Englad"hOteW'atVleYela phio..register. I t
his : '
bered .name river flowed pyjn majtfctio silence IDs.i i .in Ais ))d. JIT loidhout front the multitude ach1aeYnthnbW fsitersthan tho'M. I.. ,

By Mr. by every American. and the tranquil all was8iv'eet.'and; peaceftiIri.iVfiile" nature,' THE- WAY GEN. 'tlfLoR. INsJJlItES rent. the air:;, .Th,..colpredjmaif'placed V>f.H: \iseatNewYorfc Published:lists show IIJ J 1

'Vtng Tannef,-6ur Country.-Right. or- ,wai thus reposing in beauty around nhri Wayne SOLDIERS,WltljjCONFIpllNCk.During ,-..* -,., u'. '' ttyle0 1''boic'a: paper.;'nm":1'jth'aJ/ /- thy excess irifavor. of the Western'hotels.. ;, n i
,otp' untry. "' !J 9iull\ tick in tK.end of a underneath L .,. ,
to-the task before the late.b1.tle) Baena .t1 ij V A ',
at ,the' -
with his strong soul wrought jilsta, -f * 'k)1*S
Ey G. Codderi .-The>iarquis De La Fa-' hint stood in'the gathering shades.of the 2nd' Kentucky regjmente-jirifantry becaine was written. ]inia. "> capitals4)runi andlightThe' author-, ; E R44Ii iBurope the girls frequentTy- n,I I I IeJFbb1ifrODi'thheadtO

7ett4thericaus'B" will never forget him! eve'mng, arid gazed long and anxiously in the I closely engaged with erenemy'8:; laricers.- crowds good Hunioredlyi, ,forgivhe4" raise moneypperaryIrelandy -.

)t7k.uot lh tinsheiy_ In midst pf'our.hilar- direction.. of. the foi-t, .. ... j from,the overwhelming i lumbersof, lancers,"the for, the.". sko.J: f.:the johe.t. .fj t J-. '; :,. ', lately: ;two cooritrygirls i .. .J
1& forget those who fell at.this place ." Over' !nills acrc'ss n6sses. and Jon 'the 5 Colonel;:;considering hia :;regimenti lost, and ft* t? ;* si? *- :: -1'&: -rW '1J. .. *. rqnt to;the Sfliop of:.Jlr. Da1ilh tyr haiiaressfjr : ) :

So40and thedi .. ,These jnartyw have given broken snores,of the Httdsonj had led his$ )iK boiii, to be cut.to pieces,.:..despatched ..hiV.adjujbarit *i =JBWWrrSopn..:,!] .Jbfinsonj.issued! lis.lebi'.Rsselas ..! .tonmera'sold' ::. .their....!*! for 2s 9db4rhead. : i 1 G

let u ,cherish their. ashes.. tie riqlsdessly LU. ffidian.file, an4 now .t( ',OCn. Taylor,' to'isay hiD tJiai hisref1 ;, .I'aUte4y.society of.la- r 4'.. *' "" .'. '
ir A.&n "S ; .,- .
jiainberacommit jy I
-i :
-- waS 'that iri allAbility diem pppinjd.sonietof.their p m
eat Vrnigan.-Oraqge county-T{ ..fairm waited for tn> .deepeftbtgnrffcttolockhisene:; .,completelysTirrounded. J ? f6 QoL p :, ih ..
In him and.expre yie6th'Lsncerwho e
our W of flowers She.will one. inies ulumb. Still undis yfl ed.jbythegarrisori he ;would Te tp'tally1 annihilated,!! teeip wait # (, : .
& ] arssered
finr flf .tWQ;
74ne and to itek.Gen. Tayloi..what he shoulddo4| Ofihis "orki;, :Tftey accor4i ly.waited on ;, ; [ I
BOTere gn iii the ascend *t! nebegan.to reconiioitts.: ne "Jorkkmore eir umber addTpssed.ihiin in? wijth'srich distinction in the Perijriailaf' America I
.D'7 P ter l. Byme.-Job Mo 1ert .Ber- closely and atfialf-past; cieven ijsi j s columns. i. *Gcn!Taylorpromptly.,Jellied Jto'the adjutant; MnSaM; ori Jh pf; f fulsome:1 praise, ,*.IecalniIysat; mlJtn t d froni the. i'i -; I

tfl&tOp, f Georgia: the able statesman! in ] ti( :,., ivied 'hisarfnyinto twoportions : !:.(whose countenanco.' :_was. t picture ol a long spe,the.co clusibaipflhai m e 'andttien,] C D..P m6..1t iTed.:e1 te!t o1JW1 gulDen I ,

a. 1lshed 3t4ot.May Be long, live to ,'one o{wni'a:jras.-eritfr'the fortress, on. despair)' the' oot stiianjier. imal<. 'h"'i jsayling waiting JL exp ;. ; ,1 ;i ii il.1'IUJ13 ytheea1eofh1s commission.",? '4 .

'JV ,aJgh popularity;. the righ;and thebtherw: tie left. In, advanceof ,*.GoJrndrktellyour:Colonel thtuti: :'got i (h.th 1 :" i dl ;:' .-" 'LL-j :.. ,..,. t '

jj, e B7 j-.n-Lamar Old Q-ang .; ounl y; yet .each':Jl'Ua.m'bovw'ofjtyriBnty.riien; men to.. :them just 4 where be.wnt.tbendoiia' t 'AL the l : iowfe.1fD1...' } ts.b1'JI&.''...,j.{"..."...,...', ".'..."...,.._. .".' t :jf .i.: tf ;;. ri ;\ tiva6on"of/tBe sugar: ,
rubbisl, that'wereEtietehed two. 'dearsf .Ii 'ft".rtl ( . : '
remoye of : ;1a'J1eD1 jes&tnereupon .iue a4 '.,.. ', _.: caneia getting InethivatIaei.n4[ the.
ofu-We : cwe oW
can boast otthin; jrpritd l in 1ouble'jo 'arpjad,the r i 'kVqijd placed jfcst .jutant"wheeled Ug bbrar. CPP' 8p tO I P I'-f' ; .l't"t I.{ .._.. _"_."i.; ..".: FiO', U.'I.pr: _jLI'iaA?i1 e nest>VltM)'%..SLvwH .
terYenJt:1uzrh.le. (lawyerswho) where the'b'aiteries.ppukl mow7.downthe.assail- hinL dashed \"Wcajirfrm&t "'_: ; .. t ', v'
for a few alt'4ok ;' ,. p" o, the litt .- i ,however. ..>, has the. Mpcriment.rocctedetfin this I
e anti .fastest. Behind these;forlorn hojiesjm4r5bed at theftppof Ms:voice "Boyi ban.1'8.nd'abOUij'! trr"i @:' Cf".tr7 f\ ..-'ftl.c' I
nomu : < two'eott paniesVf*hundred. .iwd(tt w ".".*". Wve. fotibem-ius'Wegi ',* .j\ft4d'i- "11. are-t1 YiUl! V Jr"1
i it
.the f Ch' each. .Wayne.kriewtta, ir' *hhig' ; noyi ouitIme'to.?t giwj n" JuJKV *: ? SiSSw. ,M KSSS : mcrste< est1M&h : ntj,ofBrso t ,
d" .
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ProfeMK is the faith of j many 1.t.the bayoiiet, and'E$..be ordcre4.. .... p.l tu t l ": e J. 4i ted'&: N.4&"J' dhe coming'seasons OOO.IHidt, AI t
S PatrlotsaridPhaanUuropists; -; ,". "I;" \ ; caijgi 'J1W > ..a'in"illS{ 4! r ,', ,.. '.'.'- f
every "nuskctdrawn .0 t e'",0 com eIJ \ tbreg wTHgtthtfiWI *. ..k .. : ,:. .: ., ) to
.t'f '1 : .
"tti M1c .tJ \
lMld ":
t ti .. .he't Ar. I .. "w t't. "" \ :
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Yisdom arid virtue to : "; v .
.not 11. ,
eet only ,:wMI< the'firit mdi who should kfrbin : < ". ..,.W.wrSWKK| & }\- 41t. J.. 'ntor: ioWfl ea h4..lhJt. '
i ,but to attire kation&b \ 'his Shoulder. r.1rtD.t aTVord :tfioutders. r' l !! !ni<: Afe1 ; d i :1be 1f .SiinAa,'..,.** .fi "' -u.< boO o1 4l.uanou.cl. 1 ; d:1q." ',

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W 4bi. d rhUre o ftizt7. death by,the officer fcearttVhiin.:Silcntldevoted ( j 1.t '. 1i 'i'f- l'a..) e .JII Jt : r.J1P : "
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LtI'.IJ. .? :"JN'iE<'' T d' d I F.UR. In\Baltimore'ont"ih' '6th1 :',1laur. ;RESULTS, OP'?THE::TABIFF.; ";., .- "11 o be'tlie mdi to of.aii i'par.tj'and"l1lJt; (! p ptrs thr.ottg t!the Jii

.ip; U" ':;".\,-: !.' .i' was seirmjrat J5? :5",pei ''bhrrel 1 d cot i at'T : erswillredi; nnber hat'.'aboufeiil'disol!T 11P f tics ,i t until-the_ end of 'abQUtweniJ tioir au4.-'Uk.... tlx. .

: R ,{ .< Y 't r: t ,;: cts. per 'bushei. 'Th'is+ ila'aftertlie ecei bfotiia. ;or:m eusog hs" "sin ,J h,dreadful cry'of :tRti- :' the .vtar> .*,,T A.rfJ&H thosegrin4 F ho'.hav.: .' .looked i ., not to S< &wac.:"'ia'Ifarango, ",h" e an''to run.m eth #-.

t ,1,4 ". ,- F. the news b1F the..,Cal, . .' 1', \: ,... 'tt'W. iilland Miatlon 1P.tr pt y," was. :f. to;b tpplunoejj: and who-V- have fdndly ''TM DietatD'.rhiR-"El ldfth;:::1'-'. 'f ft

.THE:AUTHENTICITY" ',OF S THE 'XETTER." ;-.: \- .-far, rd-&e. ,h g. ._tlre''Lvid by airPeaerafpriats IiopM tSsnhjroiagh {h e}flu 'nce of tKb.H 'ofBu'enaVista 'the.of the' .'i<2tb.'nit, c r:''T .

\ ,. .iEveaAhea ttcy-Trouijttainlo fat offices or siubjt .r the".Dicta ,, '
ao factory was stopped;i no. ,. t tr 1i
Ir The letter. of. Gen?TAYLOR to date.S knna'wa'' P4)t
'.has:so discoacerted'the Svhigajtiiatthey / iajury':Wi.vied. ;gainS J injaaticipatibn of 'fo irtvJvaUof the mannfacf rer'8 tariffxbr to he prpeWmailnse:gat, .roc, art

9 have endeavored to hide, 'theirs confusion ;the'iffectof the_ "Demo ifT8r, f. ;it is true :the adoption: of the Wilmot'ptoviso-4his public Momtor.tih U1 ed.tbe ea a" ..L .
; t = : ;, tha,"/he\Whigs tedthP of tuinouncement,-that, he would;, have,nothing :become one: 'Ther'nmor .=
1 t MORE WARMWKATHER. WednedJCy last- by.denying- its authenticity., ""TheNational, o proscriptioa- ,'to&; "
; .'4 fiM ;' : the mercury- -in the Thermometer djD.tl nud-. Whig,';? a journal published in.WAM! gt9n find: .andpyituralBg'pemocratic r fe '.T.\i.: /I sitfc :;"workmen-4-out'*pf*?.*..epsp'r '' ''do"yitlt tressing.hem'hasbeea most particularly; for# I'gina -"t In theeap'and bee ita1, it. .
day at'-degrees.. We are afraid, if,1iis continuesthlLt'.weshall -', which has at the head of its columns. the mc' p!jb pt 0nt'endeavored 1 5v. .,,to'makeits: ; p ear tha t" r Mie aad the'enem!ea of the ed, ol.:..
t ooh t
} i! hear bad news' of the- cotton, of.,.Gen 55 TAmoR.. as acaadidatVfor'thePresidentcyj ,Prod tio'a; adt; ,Monopolies 'lucre aTblessia. ] -B .wYgge6Tr[- e was opn'pldTfcy f tt'evranlcest .,.No Chang e Clli6y.:.- 'he fo

': > t crop from the planters in our vicinity; I discourses.ia s'ri e"i.. But subsequent.events,'.did not'answer.theU'.ant' Whig' organs,as a tjtoy-t_ g-qf the 'u tit P. 'that ed of,the P ne'wCabinet b n04 t be itf-t.i..J
\ $ "By this,tim,we have no'''-doubt thtfreaVlerhas ticipationsV 'Manufacturers' ,were not iriiinextialitljoughtheywisheatd He how'refuses to acknowledge himself as'snch. Dem tad,strata tha the,) .atatpd.t,J.the1JOurnaI8 -

hi s c1PT., LIVINGSTON'S. CbbiPANr.. W. are in- !' come to the conelugiori'we'have ;rivdd at, : ; be. :They were.obliged, ; reading this'leiter; there''are a few points carry out the policy or their-\1e"'iin-' C

$! < t -: i formed that Capt. LIVINGSTON, left the'Lower ,namely, that the above-letter 'wit,h,the printed :to recall t flied> ('Deitt cratic.workmia, ;because! that'Ttill'' appear,.en eat to;every:person, aotprejudiced Santa Anna thinks that titho : r

.4 { z' Tallahassee signature of General-Taylor to it, is a forgery. .'their : id6es abtsaythafh'e with the Ministers of War ,
on Gen
Mineral Springs, last week, :his' way to business required The.Aati jProtec-f :;, :AYtx> and 1laan? .
it [< I "For ourselves;we do not hesitate to pronounce er with the'Clerks nthe''
t ; with fifty-five volunteers, vho .had .it a forgery-a ,,base; "contemptible forgery'' ) tin Tariff has nwbeen ia operation about siX: has no political tenclenciesj'but, .very properly ltelations--he'i11 be : 1'4 J
ablej :fort
,; +s;>': t to' :joined the company he I is now ri sing. An election Not that James.W.-Taylor is.the'forger; Weds mouths,andVhatis'its- ., : effect., Evensix; ,month. "that he;will withhold tus expression x>f them to.,carry on the gpyerninentGtn. ; he Woe .

I IP-! : 4 had been held, in which R. G. LIVINGSTON, not say that, though he is afYain'man .lie is the have'shown.that it produces all-the benefits for< natil the'ead of the'star!?' Again he says,.:"ia, Scott's MaT to t t..a P4l.-El, :, \'\ -<

iu I I chosen Mr. SCOTT 1st Lieut. and victim of a wicked deception, if he;not the deceiver nS I to be the candidate .licand'bf.the.llth.has
p was Captain, the people hat/sere claimed for it by the De- Case'cnn permit myself accountsiiompa .
He is sins influence in
himself. a person which it is stated that
GEORGE HOLMES and-*- -- STEWARD, 2d do. Cincinnati, and utterly ,unknown to General mocracy. As Netr York is the largest commercial of_ any party",'or-jfieldfinyseif.to. partjfse7itr/us. ?. would'not nose towards the the'':America'
I ;s ; : J .he company will. no doubt be speedily filled, .Taylor.There. 'city in the Unida, 'we shall 'take' that first t From this it appears that whatever his political weeks, (from, the "lOth'of Jan. pita1 .

! ;t4- ;y' 3. :and conveyed to MesSob to join the army under "' is nothing like Geacral'Taylor-'this for example.For ,opinions may bejv'nemeaas-never to be the tool, awaiting ''reinforcements atal lien aat19 ,
k Iif, < 'silly letter.. :The-Rholowarld'will pronounce it from Vera Crnt., El 1 b
: i! Gen. TAYLOR. the five months' ending the of party iatrigues-ia'other"words/Jitds ,oppo- Monitor of.the JaiJii
+ 1m because e-whole
NL r a counterfeit at once j : publishes a'.1 t
K knows,the style of the hero of Buena.Vista. 1st'July, iast;the imports a- : sed-like Mr,,CAIHOUN, to the'sy. ,tent' r.ins and, tHat he has been informed. ,that th t

, !!*> .. EDGE'WEED. T'he"St. Augustine Herald in- "Compare it with the following genuine letter mouatefd' in dollars to' '543 313qt4'! outs 'A-sin/'be'es s, "the call'must"come,from will move towards the capital, in15tfctothe ,'11 1fho t.
r '' } l:!. .4 :forms us that a child of Col.DANCY,of St John of the old thunderer from the New Orleans' iulletin. n.1846, in the same five months : : the spontaneous action nd'fi ewm.ftheb1. '' 20th, as they had; resolved h",

1' +'icotrnty was { tibn aadrvoid-'bf
at the the
: largej lightest ,ag
William Taylor of Point Coupes they amountedrto $31732,25; : ncy at the .y t
: July capitaL !
i ti snake%y application of a poultice of It stlueenwmesentiments of an outandout ; 'J '_. of myown. "''This is merely'the laBguage.thatwould Movements ofAmerica.* .

the plant Edgeweed, and a strong decoction of whig writing to a brother': chig. Is there 'I ncrease under Anti Monopoly be:naturally used by a successful Geaer- Puebla, addressed to .El.Ttaop.tifrom Monitor! ,:

;t f"' the same administered internally. This plantN anything in it like the twaddle of the "Signal". .Tariff 311,580,762 al-by..one who'had aeverappeared as apolitical : that Gea Worth went a fara Cho&v_
.; forgery Nothing. 200 men and had
is said trf be abundant in our woods. returned
i' nti iie .f.ln th'e.mean time, we demand, as matter of During thtrsaaJO months'In : leader', aad' who. although holding. decided without being troubled 'by'floneTTritilS
} any of tie
'' ;1 L a ', I 4TH JULY IN MELLONVILLE.-On our first page justice j to the old hero that every paper 'which 1847, the exports amounted to 18,900,849. opinions hail no desire to be called to the first las l ta* .
shall publish this vile forgery from the Signal] office unless the united voice of the Assistance Sol '
tt I'" ] During these five months in by people froaii Gen. &otr"A
: 'will be found an account of the celebration of the
'i -to this article. Gen. Tay for himself."will : .
; received
copy I. 1846 to he had served. the-capital on the 10th. fr -
u < of American Independence at Mel- nail it to the.counter it .,reach1 $11,948,078
: ., Anniversary so soon as can : {that : Gala, says thataddressed the inhabitants of
-This latter h'e'will'not be-the atf
' '+ him.The scoundrels who have been instrumental position l
r : "lonville, in Orange county;-we believe the i a petition-Gen. Scott aa

t.j r'E first time it has been observed in the county. in this infamous act of forgery'will be:! Increase under Anti Monopoly ,: candidate of any -party,-if it .means that he tectioa of h'as, a'chief of,gner ",la ,. .
ferretted out. A gallows as-high as Raman's is Tariff will not pledge himself to distinct political was constantly annoying theta
$6952. 771. any The
; But three years since and there were hardly a for them:' o j
already prepared '
The dutiable,goods imported in principles,-we do-not'believe Geri.-TAVLOx intends says that it seems the'.PlaxcaIteeos TrishSS '
half a dozen settlers within twenty miles of On the contrary the Cincinnati e Commercial tate their predecessors
during the'tiine'the'
) + these'five months in 1847 exceed -, to maintain, or can maintain. -It is due i.
1\fellonvilleoi'While now there is a'flourishing set (Whig.)-the Cincinnati Gazette (Wllig-the) Spaniards went to conquer thene i
L 5 to the. and to the structure
? those in 1846 people, government Attack on Gen. :
: t tlement, which is rapidly increasing in wealth Columbus Statesman and.the Cincinnati Atlas. 5,713,183' ; &oiAkcorresp S v The specie imported in thesef:five under which welive and enjoy prosperity that PueHa, writes on the 7thio a friend ia thfc
i and population. Taking the liberty to alter8lightJy (Rank Whig,) concur in believing the letter to should italy that the American forces *
candidate declarer his sentiments are icaredvM
months in 1847 exceeds that
t ., d one of the toasts given on the occasion, be authentic. We extract a portion of the remarks : men and as Gen. Scott -could'not leers'
!' .in 1846 for time upon presenting himself for this high ffice- tk
,, :' Success to of thefairest'Sowers same -$7-,064,655 place for some time it Vould"'De
we say-"a Orange county, One of the "Atlas," which after going the good pcEcra
; The &ief .points which divide the Union at have the Mexican
*' Now let us turn to New'Orleans forces marched to
t ,,1 of our land of flowers. h hIaIll4
whole of Abolitionism,
on subject
,' to see the effect there. I the present day are too marked and too distinctly there attack the Americans who were 1oi-p
r Wihnot Proviso-ism, and Anti-Acquisition, pared for an effective defence. .
t !+ / Tim OCALA ARGUS/:'-Mr. GROCARD, the During the 1st quarter the duties incorporated- with-our interests to allow .

1 'te t Yo er'ellltor of thp "Statesman in thus says -- -'collected there amounted indifference in any individual. We take it
published Ni -
ilVemake these state nts regard to the that the vr'OiLEeas'Ju; r
this place, and of the "Wliig 'Banner;" Publish editor of the Signal,as;proper to a better understanding I to- 'S512496,22Duringsame ; -great measures at issue in the next LATE FROM VERA CRUZ. !

'' a' of his 'sentiments and views t Presidential election have been thought upon TT lie Steam-ship New Orleans has '
cd in Palatka, and whose oroit'Seems tube as eed ; thoughj; I period in 1846, to $326,755,93

K centric as 'his opinions, has started anew: paper of..course, General Taylor's Approval5 only long and deeply by Gen.''TAYLOR, as well as by from Vera Cruz, which place she left ?'m,
., tends to those presented in the article appended:: 25th: and b1'ingg'150 sick and-wounded mfc
+ at Ocala in Marion county, under the title to his letter. Whether the general and the editor 'i I increase under Anti Monopoly every man in an equal position and with equal the charge of Dr. McFarlane '

of the Ocala Argus.:} Although owe'bin will concur in their construction of the rcal -+ :! Tariff $f85,740,29- property, and that he has formed decided.opinions We have-by this arrival, the Eagh

3:IM'U *V no good will for his personal treatment of us, 'sentiments and views' of the latter,-may be, !I Does this exhibit any. ''Ruin." Does this upon them To us, the.greatest points at and the Sun of An lhll.1.c'ot'2-Uh, but&hi

,-; t : and we already learn iSi doubted by some issue are the Tariff and the Wilmot ProvisQ.On' ing .of interest in them. 1Ve'le I 4
,t we trust that he will succeed and 'become a show that by stripping manufacturers of a,privilege -.
l + that
4 the verbally, trio dVy the XeV'Orleanslei'if ;
though we see nothing in plain language of .
benefit to the section of the State where he.has obtained these we have not the least doubt that Gen.'
;, III the general's letter, to suggest such a doubti-,. j they had at.'the, expense of ninejtenthsof formation Pat? help vp eive-1, that G<.' I
\ r I located himself 'The firstnumber; of his paper Cincinnati .Atlas,!(Bank ;-Whig.) ;1 the community, that either these -,. TAYLOR holds'Southern sentiments. 'WC'have'never. who had left a-fehovt. viuie preview .witiutna.

h f .is a fair beginning, and contains some interet s- The editorial article in' the Signal "which! iifacturers or the community were ruined. As .yet seen an instance where the Whigs. had whenihe had ah. engagement kith thei'-gitianiit. .,

t ;. tingtparagrqphs and articles;relative to the to the ruin to the Manufacturers shall claimed that Gen. TAYLOR was in t 'Vor.ot'high budrepuisedT killing'30 of thra/
aE ag.1 elicited this letter from Gen. TAYLOR;is too long give The fighting took pltce'neal'CVro Qonlati!
t '';1+. t! 'riotiltural'r sources of 'Marion 'county, which 1 for insertion in our columns but we apprehendthat the, folldwing .extract from an article in the,'. protection. The very hostility manifested towards no details have been received.' 1

N ; p ', r promise to make it one of the wealthiest counties, a brief abstract f.its.principartopicswill, Manchester (N.Hamp.) Democrat, in relation to. him from the beginning by the Whigs of Gen. Cadwiillailer had reached "Jalapt'te

.' t 'f ly ?1 :in the State. We hope to have-more of them. I be interesting. Its'great feataire is this that it a projected visit of the President to that places New England, is an evidence that ihe manufacturers had saved been only about 80 out of 2Hrtr( asU
having obliged to bnrn the others ,
m n-
lam this
fishy on .point And
claims that Gen. TAYLOR has the power at the "And then again,,we would have him "visit: sequence of the mules being killed; .'. ,
ti: .: OLD SPANISH COL s.-Our neighbor the time to take New Hampshire) to visit the ruin he and his we do not believe that any individual has ever The vomits was. very bulat Vew'dftt' -
present independent ground and .
M3 J t ,, ,t ;' :.Herald has seen two old Spanish coins which 'Measures have brought upon us. We would claimed that he is in favor of the Wilmot.proviso. the de3.tr 'numcrous. '
G i become -President of the.people. In support, have ihim'Visit' Manchester; and s erthe utter desolation : A letter from an officer of the stTai
'k,.,r .. were 'recently found near .New Smyrna by The movements of the Abolitionists Ohio aiinj,
c of this position 'it cites the distraction which 'he has brought upon -our :young and Cruz states they had received' iaforiatka
i ';;tti' 't' DOUGLAS. DCMMETT, Esq. They are.fourrea l. prevails in, both of flit, 'eatParties'of; the',, growing .city! See out';progress, stayed, puf give ample evidence that they do not -consider from the 'c.pital."la Orizaba that 8anta'Am1

FSI pieces, without Hate but from the inscription tion. Among the Whigs -DIcLEAxr OORWIX mills stopped, Cur banks'failed our'stores empty him one of them. On these two questions, had been declared Uictator,-but without &t '

s. i *' CARLOS ET-JOILVNA REGES DEI GRATIA HISPANURVN -] our houses tenantless, and a destroying besom which are everything to the South we can: ity to make pe. (. That he Iras at the iead*
SCOTT and CLAY have
each their staunch sup sweeping the length ,of our streets! We I and that
30,000 den Scott
men eras irithSiZJ
ET INDIARVM, -must have been coinedabout therefore'rest secure. Gea. TAYLOR at the '
porters. The'prejudices of the Democratic would have President Polk see all this arid then proper miles of the city. Another fight was flionsMtt

the .year -1520, only 2S years after the party are divided between Gen.. CASS, Mr. CAI solace'himself answering this question at his time will declare his political sentiments, be inevitable I '

t xirl' discovery o America. I nouN SILAS WRIGHT and VAN.,BuIEN. leisure. Is it possible that the policy of my administration but these will most positively be in accordancewith The same letter also states, that faieral&,
+ Again
;- can have produced all this ruin? all that the South claims and desires.- varez is between Perote. and Paellas and ism1. .
j the exciting topics which have so-long agitated I '") here we are ruin completely'ln the
I ,; THE CHICAGO "CoNVESTicsi- The 5th. rnst.j' ascendant This the king great exertions with view toattaei.uiidestroy .
S the would not affect the administrationof our population haying increased being case, we fearlessly bide 'our
; ; ; was the day appointed for the opening of this.Jongtalkcdof country only General Cadwulliider. .His'force imported
tra+ i 'i Gen. TAYLOR. The debt incurred by the onC'Sixth iu the year! Only two mills oft.he'.1- time. I to be 5000 men and iJ tr;.'Fta

Convention. The object proposed ,will induce the gest class having been put ifcpperatidir, and only 0, it will be recollected, left Vera Cra i
;M; is to unite mpon some definite plan to obtain. war necessity of a Tariff. The some three hundred buildings having been .THE CRUSADE. about 1400 men and as he will probityiesr

from the General Government,'the improvement Whigs will-no longer urge a National Bank., and erected in the'same time?! And 110"; forsooth, ,The N.X. C m.Advertiser,reads the Cha of this Mexican force previous"to readini Pe-'

r t "i'' .. of Inland navigation and particularly of the the plan of the Independent Treasury at least nothing JoingH Only sonle 'fourteeii stores being ton Courier an agricultural homily upon an article rote, he will no doubt halt until joineidbjr Getf
deserves trial But these -is i built with granite fronts upon Elm street, eral Pillow who has 1900 The tto&
t a one feature in men.
Western Rivers Lakes and which appeared in the latter.journal ia relation -
; Senator and not more than two hundred good and substantial tachments joined be'br fI,
the article to which will no doubt;
BENTON, was to be attendance. with several we give oUl'most-thorough buildings being erected in other.parts to the strike at the Tredegar iron works, force their way to General Scott'ahead'q

:+ other Statesmen favorable to themeumreWe..I dissent. The Signal insists that the President of the city! Then, again;as.to public buildings, in Richmond, Va., against slave labor, and the ters. ':

K.S? perceive that the citizens of Savannah have sent; shall never exercise the veto power. We give only one splendid' church' is being built evident intention of the northern fanatics to IMmt; 1ii e'f ")1847.For .

+ this paragraph entire and we believe that the together with"the museuml' upon the corner a wonder,yesterday we did not hst
+. t a delegation, deeming very properly that the ; of Elm and=-=* -streets and the large and splendid aaaihilate the negro race.I The .ground. taken t ling.even in the shape of a rumor. :froatiff a-
: ; j t'' interests of the South would be affected and falsity of its .reasoning willbe apparent to hall of Ashler' Work north of"Manchester by the Advertiser is this, that the profits of the ty of Mexico, nor could we lean an P

i i r t discussed and that It should be 'eom qucntly every one. If the veto power which is grantedby House!!!" Nothing iike'such steady ruin has BOW. mastery but, then proprietor would be great- ,tive of the movements ,of the:elioa'y ax

a '*"Iii t represented. 1 the'Constitution, should ever be exercised d, ever before brooded over Manchester! Her des- ly augmented by substituting free for Slav la ,neighborhood. I saw a mjffl,'wBdAtlixco m ttT
,VI, 'tiny is'fixed, and all in consequence of the rtr- ia the who'said:tbf. ?
k it should be available in affairs of t1i.e.gl'cates'tmomcntfor an' morning, :
inous locofoco administration! It is fitting Pre- Here is admission that slave labor is the Indians of Alvarez 'ere'e"' -- edIDo

AMERICAN PRISOKESS IN Mexico-.By the certainly the makers of that instrument sident Polk should visit "these ruins," ,and we more expensive than free labor, and it is well ttiediatethis was theAtlixco Wi, ." '.,..

_Wednes"'asnailr we receive intelligence that did not intend to limit the exerciseof hope'our:city ;councils win forthwith' extend known to be the fact that the'slave realizes more is eighteea'or twjint p' i''

Majors GAINES and BORLAND, rapt, CLAY and. the veto power by the importance or unimportance -* him an.invitation. so to do, provided the "des pf the.profits of capital and labor united than ,and not on the t Ovid f the'- :
troying angelJ! has left in .lii
funds'enough thetrca8U1'Y fifes.
froth rrtr
l send bf
of you '.iapei
the other American proposed law. We deem the ,
prisoners in had any the
Mexico : Northern,tree.laborer. This
to pay the'postage .upon the letter of excess is what and fromexiccP we' latest''dates'frail."
S $% v,, been eased'andordered to Tampico,under veto power to, be. an inse pa-ra1le.pnrt.-of our invitation! The citizens of Manchester will is considered the greater expense to the master latter:btb.taeTa ult .1 have found '

i arge'eoort, which was said to -consistof-900aen. Constitution, to be the .regulator which balances take' care of the rest.' or owner,and the Advertiser while ackaowledgJng possible'to'lajha ponlaterpapersabfl i..

Verbal reports are to the effect, thatrhenthePiisonerahadreached'within150mile St the opposite'mo.6ians'of government, ans dThus' has the nation beeii. tuined! Thus,has $ that it'is,the,effect 'of less labor performed 1 have seen th m. ;All their commented ;

as.euch ,is most highly. useful When affairs of the Democratic Tariff of 1$.t6J'wrought unutterably the' in importance I have given. ,, .4- ,
by -slave- the.same breath the
accuses As no'one knows whea the urijb
yet .
; .
ufTampicc, they were met by rl'RREA, who detained greatest moment are in agitation. We sincerelytrust injnr.yupon the American citizens!! Southern planter of overworking his slave.- make a forward movement > Gen.Scott certaaK'

them as prisoners. It Was aha. rumored that Gen. TAYLOR w-illj Upon this point., This is,only one sectioa-of tie field of-.\- The Advertiser's 'argument=in'f:vor of free;la- ly will'not march until reinforcement< i

'' t that.URRE.V about, maintain of the Qoristii.utio.i.'I' Does it folio1 that'fevea if manufacture which are without the .;
R was to make aa attack uponTwjpico. the integrity ; had bor.in: the. South, t thus destroys itself for he now question ,
: lost.by the Tariff'of 846 hit' the : A delay is certainly,of more,importana $BZ
Y.r wereenti-
t + ,: .
condition in
however. fact
"Only on one The executive owns, that slave, shares more of the than to that otthe. Mexican$forgiven
must longer.. insist ,tied to,a higa protection, rThe,, spirit* f army S;;
: i + THE upon legislative our constitution profits his'labbr,' than. the free workman.. the latter are enabled to ai' pneat tfir"theywill forces.:
CROPS. influence There .are .questions approaching at once cries Nol ;There is; ; im
no justice The Soutocqasulte the: interests pf all itS inhabitants ; be beaten tha'tis'certaiaiah;::
From tt cry quarter we hear the most'cricouS' which the people .allowed to settle in .ia any .legislative interference.with the : there is a = thatsostraai&h toned
"strong probability
comrnerce whitsLand blackandtita
; i aging reports of the state .of the Corn p.- .their own way, without the intefference'of' 'executive of a'couAtyy.v Com Vegu&tes; 'itself duties attendant are the Mexicans form_ that.;'delal4l

There is no doubt but that it will exceed that of patronage: or.jprerogative.' The'old'' po .by-, its- own law ,and" ,. upon the relation of master and servant, oath will fifid tijm. ng'onr
hhcallSBUes may5 be postponed under the s, protection, enfortedfuponany -
,pressure it will not ortit
neglect strength'ofsu-ch self for the ins of Subsistence,
upon very m e
rt a UJ previous sear in Florida. In Duval,. St. of circumstances;.and.as for the new--those branch of..industry, disturb the whX>te owcialscheme. b .!.-- .;}..,Iup .. ... :
t |ntej3mr -
ln ;
destroying arguments 'Y
J hns Columbia and It'mll coming events which cast their shadows fromAbolitionist sour -- .
Alachua counties 1 before '
;, It can never be considered-equiti '" As t''I1l1 .d3.tffe\I. ii3tectsofapeacethyelp eTt-,
--let it be .derstocM'tliat: the Ce&; ; :.
be double that of the last year, and in Bents only path"of able that the'farmer 6Ti old be ;'just, 88 Vig&nt.5 \\ever.. .A peace
4 i b" those who hereafter fill o obliged to payer
lfety.for may the"prsidential < <- 3te5 attbe'
r t county where the last corn crop entirely failed, office is. to rest in the discharge of exiecutive .' % more for, *'Ms"manufactured goods'by iFrom the.. -N..'G ,Dek,-tad vut.., 1 ly up'last uBtil lniftfc: S'dry with wmcIUt$l

x and tile inhabitants were almost reduced to a functions, and,let.the legislative will of reason of a law '' 'I "can-never'be be'consiclered ad- LATESTfiFROM; '!CQ. be signed=; H ffijy hot until the; ? '

state of starvation, it is I the people find utterance and enactment The factories ,We yesterday received files .orMexicoa, pa- outSnn mitry. Without doubt ettm..
vantageofaSj'to support after are
't '1 S The Sea Island immense.'S American people are:.b ui.to' Ssum'e' the responsibility 'the | year year pers.from the Capital, to aad,,of the 12th up a large'.ini Wlparty' ia favor Ol1t &
+ of framing,itfe, institutions of the by a tax upon .:.remalninmof.tho, ; dates three,days.,later than previously abl aV
themselves :
.. a and 'We bow Dot whether there will be at any ? re- ,they are for fear.
; none Pacific States. We have fears for the issue, country. If these. ,factories. cannot port ceived.. We make from them a series of extracts cons qu'eiitc& I know not how it may tDm i
i kt al ior whether it will unusually good. The if the arena of the high debate is the assemblies themselves ; which, are.given below, "VYe find IA
is ; now, they never Willit'But it: 'nfeised -' J'\ them noevideac'esof but Sis I said in former 'letter,:I do-not, iitf
great quantity of rain which has fallen during of the people dad: their representative 'that our>manufacturers J iw'the tifoimidable.'fearful; O pOSitlon seatBee'any other course than for't1ie UAlP
: '
t the last six weeks has made' the plant teader. halls The extension over the'continent' beyond face of 4o'Tariff of 1846 tom ,:even, ? toihe..aqyanoe ( r.GenScott; the'appreh't bsiona States.to hold aad retaia possession of the'A>,.*
t tgw a \ the Rio Grande of the ordinance of 1779, .! ; pTlti a:1Y'uP of whichj'for.thehvs \daylor two,so alarmed the. tri and togovera too.. l
lithe wet weather shall suddenly cease, and we is an .object too'high and.permanent to be baffl- opeaa rivals. As'ths) fafcttbecoBies known to: nerves iqf somf of the;moro scnsitive6f'outon. ; -. ;, ,Yours &c ; aw. "

hare, a.period-. -of Al'drought the'fruit_ will,. inevitably ; red by presidential votes All that' via ask' ;of the he people)so will the Whig Doctrine'of Protect temporaries.:''The.San:; -i unsettled, indecisive, -- .. ..'! \

fall,and,the crop.wUl be destroyed. On the incumbent of the'highest office under the constitution t n like other neutralizing policy, 'seems .to"prevail 'at per t'
is to held 'his'harid to'oowt the will of many, 'Whg.;dootrmeart -_ capital which has '
,if the weather becomes "i Bo.longbeen characteristic of ARRIVAL .O THE CALEUQN
coatrary drier' degrees ii
by as
1{ ; the pepple as promulgated:in legislative forms,' ',kyill"It '.'+ ?I. did" the..(."Whi;., $-tlieo'." 'o\t' '.Lion'' r. Mexican?licy< We hear nothing of thos'd thirty Fifteen JLater from Eater"
.H days
and:we have short alternat'ionsofwet and;; aad restraiaHhe: executive"actioa ia its'appropriate 3anfc, Let th'e J people. ud ge,ao ,t hey I .ill'i, o ,,. h U8aJ1d.or.i an'army.FwhicbI6ith: ; valor: .BRBADSTUFF: $
t dry weather, the crop w,>understand_ will be: "channel.1 Give: +us'an 'hdnest'administration Soto'gaQ ttri htiu the.endJi r.1f <:-1:' : equalled only.by;that evinced, by the,troops bf FURTHER DECLINE- IN ,,,

.greater Than any p1jLr ious-q .; .The caterpillar,. of the government, and an end to; aUc&> ---v> "I." t.l: '," ,. _" ._'' .''0'', 'b. .
fly bae appeared and if, we.bavemucK'more .bats of a >cabinets-all interference frOm',the '. ; .. anddovriian:eminence l ere:marciun$'out,,to' The Cuaard steaiaer,Caledonia rrind&l '
"GEN\"TAnOB'S.tt\ ; 'lTER
t -White Houses-designed.i to waytor'thw'r the ,{P', attack"and annihjlatb'Gea.> Scott :
: i. :, in,his quari ton at:ran early hoar 1 esterday morai g
very wet weather,succeeded- by jerylhbt wcath-r lLC ln'otf th4.'AmericaaProP leaf It;'A'stD:1= .. r-f"Tlielett"of" '. >,. ,... ..if: ;l tio the QQ'f6t. of too. .tens' it'Vuebl" ., f" r '4- ,"- ,ing'datc9from'Liverpoolto'the 19thiilt:; ....t.

r "er,the rrorm'ma 1..be'wo i .destruct&e! ,'' '.T his- plicity and integrity should';guideth'e'ttdm; | inis.tration i..11iRtitBr.. g,' wbteh, ,.>weo. ,. '''u'I-\I5l-. i 1111 tour' ",' '. "b"tri'i'lt1'seems" -,"however. ;ambitibus He' .briJ:1gs.lIltelligence of an iaaportsriS!

L I lpthe: ;t.it'ot:the.,cotton, ro :IJK:this:count '. ,'of.Genr4Taylor5(. thet, aorttiaad'west: ,setnn4itO'havefaileatlkkeremendoue<" "of : d t -> mn. e, l LlS.,t'atherhy; <.in in.th0: 'nicEofcottouandadeclinentt
'btttiwc* V. >*/ *are.happyto" it- *hear A -,,+i f iJ ufftherothties 'f i.t i. : ..would,yield to,it a warmjeujpport: d"a .eFf + yr prpclaitiung, jpreferoice j.hei: appears to';, bread stuffsl ; V -.11az
:: ; ; approvalwhs 3 b.i 1tojh9\VJ; g rain PJ aadtrjha4escatter'ednetornatio thiak"as,he caa ctalougthglighiainushalflus l Ll L.COTTON"MARKET',. x ? If" t/- ". '." ,f, .. .< ., ... S ,
i, cone of East 4' Fiprida, it:]jsnot':.Bubject.' to"iiiailar. ,, .> .ft.P'.1.{ -i. .. ,,', !." .' .,.;'.\ "(cW1). :' dianlaiia4 j :: < ;fn &($9yhole' I..wwcrstaJi\iJng/. .:taAeeR the.'government'fnovin .. .The:Cotton ;MarkeV.though., & a_. 1
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t # f fi t"f' .;ro," n tin i-* :cles.dTJieWu5' > f*' t Ki uht* filO m-Tli D ia:>-,irjon ,t_The Negroes ofCol:,Di! uteri, oXMontgomery'( tribe'f of F l'.1 m 'fafte'iJ\AbOlitIOn: : ,fr,:tJi,_',.. -''-., gotx_ .' 'a.fraction. of.a, c.,,.min'y .1 ". .the early part of, the;month, has aoir '
St;.Johns,snd'Alach. arena the. hlgheet county 1 t rlent trren iite.dollarar3' li"12-diir-Uf'11irtf&.* *The* 'V*';**'? *i -"*** '-*'*" 'I -- '" '-> steadier. spect and has advanced Jill1'
i t- '-- j. rrt-t .- "* \ point that."tOTiciii, &f Th 'm ,witi: i' $J.
degree j '1 bn'i 1 ttJ t1: t : *. "" ... .. : ;. nyjper; nd.Tiie "salesof.the.week: ;
encouraging. } OX :rld Yfl. ft > ;; Ml the rely .{ff'ft.t 'tj .V -.Vp'r .t; > ": r ''
....... $ .5 = t> Oy'tha, t last :
t. > '''",- ,'::<: <1' 1.' ."1....._. .1"h>' r"1Jct.lr; : J61" ; '! i t"l1 J .nl'.J; fJ.U:. re ;. $\ J ,yy.{${\ P 4 11. eveaing amount j,_35,000 ba. ., .

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opniply :
readiness ptifogger o l
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; ', ibeittainI,' .',"'.'h' d'i'.J'! ? vm-t' dJloi;/./Sui1fi. 01;.Lanclt I1.J.1 tr e t)lti of ,\ '
: : re 9nrab1egentmas.jwas'buUttl itequa1nted "' "1 'pg--2' '} ,. -t.-\ .". .j .. ryeJ .
; of this plant so : .ijl\bitjon (r) i : .r l1 t- oife :.jSUC u 1J1-t ;" {t>"" :-.. '-:'. ,. ,t. t"il'i. c--i'-a'.. :;1f-- '. ''. 11' ir' "... --i': ..
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nd the tifogger was altogether at'1 homel' 'Thts';'former :lS. n .:aw: men "on ."t t''IJ: ..,: # \-'
"iI..J hc'h&T \ UI
ascertain, to a'certain*, i hid occasion,?itttHe icourse of his' argumeWto'LttfenfiT'eference' : ;,.'.- g h ) rt'(duly:'C iSTt .1CtZUted. .i.'j.jrv'i w._:'. :
lt'Y''d y- yor"
: be applied to a still i ialL 'fo:(tJ eeonmon'li bfwhi GenMT,'f tQ-the:Distri c fiice' dNewnaiz1le B.!j. .t\6 th6'rod-.e t

-arid whether the .Knlai4fi 'mSidd his;side'of, "c Sit quite' I aIloj ;t:"said.'... Ac.1 r' t&eprovhi 'the'' 'fa t1'': that tke. ':setti'ci"' 't tJ.{. .; ,.. .'G&ori'TU.t 1Ii ;, i
1twill'beneficial or :c1ebn! his'ntnk s :s09i.dfmoliSh.d' ildzt paru1ar' que8ectioxpon'wIuch'hllJ .eu: "ll"t.l' reoD."lleua- "' zt'.t ehYoWUUoI '

1s of the'cultivator.-p : s1 I gh.Cld. ;Gent! rn tplof; the jury,J said h.,::1 dcscrbod iri'the911nei'' d 1fst.' 'Those apllct1 theef'orethose. ebttlementa'e Wi nny- or-

: thorough. 'analysis and,,: in'reply, "what have youto do'with.the common.i O thee'.tonsijnre reqned 'tJ fiJ fht'1Re. ttR et! t Newmi1UeLY.,

: law England .What.have ,you"tdo with 1"m: .f'befbje" .thesaid,oJ, j.,'- '.<.'" dates. satisfactqr. ,proof...,'. ,iisuant. ".to the'requfremextg'. 6LtIa, xZ ,. boo_ ,..
t d. ,
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any English law? ',Iffli&to; be"guided-by I, n", .#' -' '' '' ", '. to" ","r li : _. .0.- c c'._ "' .'. '_ ,
\ -We extract: ; .English law at &H,1 we%aAt their"tor law, not< vf ho 1d 'ie; thifjli. aIts' wr, ffidavl'oob raf I' bi ,tba'j" t3tt'. "u olt1rlol"1itt tii a

.of the'i ended resig ,:.their Quedn* tijtimbir Victoria.late.'hersejr'iiakes'We/want ias, goqd law'' as.;. ietthiinent' ., .cst"" ,'d. .;,.,-n-I"...1,.."'"te.. witrie-'..<. -'t ",7.-::' i. h' (sIi,-. Yd 8t e" 1t'h. ,. .F'i'. rtIIX. 8.'tuthe. .c .
use ; gen '- .. '
con or-for ; "-: .
subsequent. ;tlemeu/we are lIl's aYerign 'here. But.njre .. eifuis/crt : F7 t11) i-iOf! iz filed, OIr A)1h thrtiI at 'cified tkedj41i..J '
:don't want no English'' *;- United States_,1 lIrorf, tall righ t titie. andclain l to the'Land: ,.under'tlieirPernilL: -* ._' ., ,
:iarrfved here from ,is: good enough for"'us; -yes. In-d ird-na Jam is L'T" ':' tlfA: e ,. .

'with; Ge.;Taylor :good enough for an Indiana jury: and sol knoW 'l''Y.: ownan.. t n&.f .( I. I .-tf' Range. ''D-'J..1\ntlM'firew the pnrtmuUr" l Cl, \ 1t'n'roorOf.IeUI.lhnrInUJ..

'The.General told 'you wi1'co viIi U.the(wordy gentleman who has 'wenty.three3outh. Twenty Bast. quart ( Action deaenbd., bq 'I
to advance on ,come here 5th May;J848. ,.
Jo'.insu1tyol1ip'u.trio.tis; and good T.wentv.pjIv .' do doNineteen4 ,_ ..
it was his fixed d .sense by attempting to influence your, ,decision twenfywo:,''t." 4O,.r.. t Nirieteenr-hy',.'. "j ; 28tRJWleJ'l84) .1 : .. .:):' -

: : command on the 1st through the.c'orAmon law England?" ',The jury Twt- e ,319'' 1t' Twenty VoTwenty' uo.; do. f .' .,_dbdp "- :
the pettifogger his ca'&c without consul ( : do '. 1'v1It1y1o'
,. gave t\- r'h. I.. ,
jsSmewhat'by tation. JfJ: ,0.'a ;. ; dG. \\W
takes us e'n > "
T* ,-twV 'do Twenty-6'ne da ; ;_ ,
dty to be relied upon, .r Twenty-three ,Up /.Twenty-one\ (16'rTyren"tytwo I ., : do, ; dq, : : .,} .' ( t* '
: word of mouth, that Lire Fcktberst-Whc editor f.the Boston'Bee Tytn.ty4wo rfo. 'do L : :.; f. _.do do .!;._ t

: resIgn his tells a good story of h.is. peregrinations "down" Tw ntY- lirc. do ; .TVenly-Wolo ; .' :., do. ', : .. b
the rear lasts ; but South." He:'was, a'young lawyer ia attendance. :- : .do &il "Yf'1! '. '. H : '

September next, ask ,,upon Court, ,and ,the.village where the Court;. 1rOTThe particujajrs .as to lie Clement' should:be,_the time when-icultivatlonVas conw -<
time, to pay some" 'was held wa*thronged to overflo'irSng. Having, mncad-thia kind: of.jc.rop: : cultiyatedrrpumber: oacres.In;eultiVation-ihe j

tf'ir8, which have been with some difficulty,"however, 'pr cured a' bed erbctelnumber of:j>esons composing the famHy-" scrimiriatingbetwee'n. adultyandIhiloW'
!! 1g. absence in)Iexico. jumped into it-but he '"'as' ut.again in al-j' -males and.males-.iie and color d ; : SAIL S S&J; BegHter = j
; In the above that Gen. 'most "no tinie. ,. .JUrn, PAUSOxNS, ;.....k. .. l ,'" ',,: 4

'dv ncing on San Lu-. .i "What kind of bed do you'can fltis1" said'he I., kAIcn OFFicE'Newnansville,. rlda.Jul l'6th, 'J847, __ _, ._: jJt _. ',, __ ...:.....:J* .
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ati inadvertency on to the negro who officiated aim' r'of the cer ', \- ;

: ; thatpaper is'perfect emonies.. A'Predidionfariially Fulfilled--The-'follow-: 1IL1RENE. 11'I'IEtZWENCL. ,, Jk1
cannot. move to San "Feather bed, '.massa: ing prediction was' uttered by Don Thomas.Cf euerf .

much,to his cha- "Feathers --! .(I fear I used'tOO warm an in, the year I28, when applied to by'Bres- PORT OF"JACKSORVttJ.'E'J" Y 6. .

Natwhaf yesterday, expression, but I don't remember what it.was.,) sen, an.agent of Louis. XVIII,who was Serif over
: Co us the I should think it contained entire liitkensP to sound the views of the chiefs of Spanish A- ARRIVED. '. t

i .,"hid it fro'm the Ge t.. "Can't be dat dat are' fifty doll'r 'n gger, SaID mericdy !in relation to the possibility of constitutional Sth. UrftMffll Steamer Matthews,\CJuise.

Who is the Nation l's trow de chicK'n in!:_murmured the'waiter, du- Qnarchies_throughout this continent, Savannah, via Darien, Bninswick. and St Ma-,
if denial. it be? We biouslyj as he proceeded to insinuate1 his hand and,.jf possible, to induce them to come into the ; ry's; to 'Fernariaez & Bib1ehandjje to f i: '

; to make ii coun- into.the. coarse bagging tick. "Squash if .he measure.. ? H.oblIcs.& ,Co, %fri9ht & PoihsettMosI&Cd [;
of our' own and the h bIi't, tho' !I" said"he,,ds he pulled'forth a part "Let France an'd.all monarchical Europe consider -' E Ran, W'AlSop, Ur.Holland, J H H Bo i.s' )
told a gentleman who ly picked rooster '
ays subsequently to dis i morn, when he'was featbxfrin' do" chick'ns does not regenerate herself spon, she must and' S D Fernand' z. .

; from Monterey,that tor'dinner, to einpiy de feafh rs In 'de fuss become a part ote Unjted' States of the North, jiuiu.- -u. a. Mail oieamer oaniee, Crews, & 'a4
froni : and that before.t'wenty years ; and thenceforth vannah, via Darken Brunswick and'St.' ;
Washington, class beds to 'prpye de. crw 1ity; ? 'd''de old, : rTe '
the :Mexico will not consuriie produce arid man ty Fernandez & Bisbee.Mercharidfze to Fernandez
that government' blind bat oberlook de'c uck"n'r In te hurry ob -
l tnt'nisl him with th-' business, massa,".he (continued,in apologetic : ufactures of Europe butthose the great Confederacy -& Bisbee, Dr.Holland, and W Alsop. 11 th

| 'to enable hifn to ad-' tone, "dese here 'little iccidum's c n't alwis be : to which she. .will.belong.:' l6th.-teamerSanth'Spaldng'Biiley, Lake I!

; that he felt assured,. avided. We fiab' 'a dozen 'niggers Irimmin' Ioio. To Fernandez &'BlSb e. I j
arrive; and that, chick'ns all de tiidcj and 'casionally a or a The fruits of Victory.-Qnr. late operations CLEARED. I
he was determined to head am oberlooked ;in de feddcr Avhen fopt, we put ,in Mexico have opened, to us tlie fruit markets 12th.* -Steamer Sarah Spalding, 'Bailey;..LakeMom'oe. ,

; appear r a rather 'um 'way in de'b'ed?, but dis''ere tic' do, fust ,I of Jalapa. We observed ,several varieties of .. I .'
; but with that we' time I eber fo iId a hull chlek'n)J" melons, figs.,and other fruits in, cur,. markets 13th.-Steamer. St. Matthews, Chase, Savan
facts in bot'h'instances and storest fi-oro. :,1i era. Cruz. Large ..quairtitiesare 'nah. '
brought 'over., by every ship. They find a. '16th..Sf Saitec Cfews *
.-D'&a, 5th'ins Corn Meal'Cakes.-Breakfast cakes"can be earner. ; ;Savannah' _
: made in the following'manner 'as"good is. Victoria ready sale inouiarket. Thevalley Jalapa -_
in is famous for. "i i.t s..delicious fruits. The pine ON 'n1 iNiithD DOLLAttS* '
history published will ever enjoy, from Cin 'l\ti kiln dried '
of the progress and corn meaLy Mix two quarts corn mal at night -N.apple produced.were.is: the finest in the world. !I ; ,. :R.RV 'A 'R 'D' ..
O. Pella JUne 13th. '
'' expediti6n hi New i with water and a little)'caJ 'and 8alt'just; thin AWAY: from the .Subscriber-1" ,

of tlie' Sumai In enough to stir.easy..... In the morning tir, in 3 The statistics h Catholic Church'justpublished" Griffin, Marion County, Fla, .
; 16"'the cu"ous.- oi-4 eggs, a'fittle salevatus, and a cup 'of sour I by the Archbishop of Thessalonica, t.RAN evening the.,3rd instant,. .' i
; : .containing probably. mjlk, so as to leave it thin enough to pour out Secretary to the Propaganda, shows that it .. MEN,.to w-S_ Y, j1'?

) who support them- of a pan-bake three quarters of an )liouVj and 'I numbers-In Europe, WS. Archbishops, 469 bout,..50 years of age> Q feet- or 10 inches.ii sSill

'. you Avill have light, rich, honey-comb "cakes. I bishops, find 125OOOOOO'memfJcrs. In Airieri- height, and of a yellow complexion. JACOB..

( : niost'exti-aordihary in.. Cincinnati Gazette. ca, both North and South,'12 archbishops, 60 about.35 years old, :.ofa dark:complexion, ana

into four solid squar, bishop, and 26,000,000 members. In Asia, 25 some.5 feet 5 or 6 inches in height; his fron.t '
crossing its centre at time archbishops 4 bishops arid::1200:000; members. teeth 'set wide and he is rather
; :: Smart Reply.-A short ago as a boy was are apart, inte.V Hisj
hgtare two stories riding horse,jto.the fair at Baynsley to sell he Jn Oceanrea, 2 archbishops, 5 bishops,and 300-, lig nt than otherwise. MAURICE ,. .about',.25 i

urut brick. The fii-st was accosted on entering the torn by a'sprigof 000 member's.. years old mulatto, with long bushy hair, an* ;
to the street and is .... ....
,a dealer who called out in a consequential tone, I| || t ke ps .it generally neatly arranged; he baa
house joins, until,one- "YYhyJack, that Horse,you're riding is baldy. Henry Cldy.-This great statesman, having deep blue eyes, is quite bowIqld posses* f'

[ said to,be one,building.. look what a white\face }iee.'s..gcttan.?| /'Hey,5* recently made' profession of religion,'was, on ',ses -pleasing count J& e is a good barber .fl
from. this 'vast solid 'said thelad breaking off whistling, ftan yodhev Tuesday of last week, (June 22d,) publicly bapitised wa raised.a puse's' rv nt'and ia unusually

n.-tt'e each. house, lea- a white face,.top, if yod look't through a holter. in a beailtifulpool.hear; house at Ash- intclUgeitabout. 5 feet 6 or 8 inches in 1
1"t' the roof of the first az long az it hez.?> ;'land. The scene, we arc informed, 'was most 'height, and stoutly made. "AIlFRWis of quite 3 "
: The inhabitants ublime and 'essive.' Like David he 4''a
inij : may dark ..compJexioiL intelligent, and -a gooi'blacksmith"
story .of their buil .4.4 t well ."It is'good forme that I have teen'af.flicted. '
The Princeton bAs orders t sail for.the Mediterranean. say, ; about 25 years old .feet inches s.fl
: : they draw up.at night. immediately. She is ready to depart .-tfashiilie 'Whig., '.high, and well formed.. ,LARRY is a 1 y'sbmV '
enemy that might be She"will be followed % the Alleghany, 18 years'oldi arid tolerably darifr abouf 7Trfee :'"' .
and will b I The cotton crop' of South Carolina, it is predicted inches and
: e accompah.ied by a revenue'cutter high part eta fore-finger,:
I thirty Albino In- under, command of Lieu. Chas. Hunter: The will be Very short one. A latter from on one of hIs lands,. . .
I I ] given riseto the utmost expedition (says the Philadelphia Bul Camden, June 19, says the cotton dying in The above negro S took -with them three or f J :.t

! in the Rocky Moun-, letin:) has.1.ee employed in getting this 'little the most fertile ground, and not in bioom., four hundred dollars: in the bills of the Bank of '4

., t The discove- squadron"ready for sea. Charleston. ,' B. .C., .It/is/ BelieVed they wil} at *
will afford s6me car- A gum of money has been found income tempt to. makj& thdrway tJitt1'itivq S c .
those who have so secludetf vault in the castle of San.Juan de_Ul- -
long' I.relaluf? In Ireland the feveistill'continues; from whence they came, .or, attempt.to get,on?
of Indians who pos- to make sad ravages. The accounts which come oa. It is uncertain whether it belonged to the soine'vcsse'l lound.to a free Stated ,Mauriceiia '

habits of the Aztecs.' tp hand from the principal cities! ,more especially j Mexican government or to some private individual well acquainted in Savannah and Charleston' 1

a, 'race livihg as did 'from those .in. the. .south, and south-western, and may make an effQrt to reach due of those' t
ehtered Mexico It is of the island I :: .
parts arc.painfully,.distressing.The places. .. :
The Reporter published at Lagrange Ga. .f j-
: the Sumaians 'have, mortality isj; of.course, principally confined 'has adopted as,Its. 'wat -Henry,Clay, The 'above regard of $i L0OiIlije given for, ;ff.4J
: the country, refused to tb the humbler classes, but others Higher in the, 'first. : their apprehension and.c nfi ement so that the' '
Henry'Clay Herirjr' Clay/Aia
the modern, Mexicans, scale of jbciety are occasionally the victims Qf. ,. lash '. Subscriber can et.teni.and: a,}ljeral'reward E4i

; inferior pe
g them the priests ., Hon:DixOn H.'Le wi ',', pf'Alabama" was initiated VAUGHT: w
formerly had : ofWdns Awfully
? power 'Credibility, Impea-ch- into the Ta.mmap'Y'-Socicty pf New York'at a Wr1frs.P. WBay. .
habits a'hd manners of 'e d.-In the Police'Court .Boston on; Saturday, special'meeting oti Sloriday evening and was July biG, 1847. "i 4L. .
; ( 6r Governor. be-, a defendant, in order tp show thattie:: witness 'delighted. :'N.B>-The negroes mentioned above". be. '
head. The country against him'was'not ehtitledio full credit, said, highly I .l eve are attemptin'gttofetWwnftfie.St.( Johns

is cultivated with a "Tleasejybur honor,he'is just as bad as a drunk- Singular Relief A.Mahomedari.coin was found river by a row boat., or 'are oil ffieir. yrtjf to Str

s fopd not' only for ard ; hte'i's. "1 aon' ,KI ow as he gets intoxicated recently fnLumpkin: county;Gat. -'SiJi lar ojps Augustine_ JJya trail a ID'lorl-butre" to,the .,

large Cocks of. ,;<5atfle. with drinking; but he 'is a common cigar'' have been.f und in Illinois and 'other We'stern. latter-)1ace. .- 3, V. 1
}< smoker'f and I'll prove'it: if you.will put this '
States. The early Jabors'of FiencI and Span- \V.R-EHOUS -
4 I case off till I can se'ncTfo'r the witness." OF .
I m. July 6, P..}I. ish missionaries1 are sufficient explain the PJt'J.N'PS'OiN'LY" '
These missionaries once employed ::: : .
bloody affair occur: Beauties Electing Judg s.-It' appears that fact. havingbeen' .-.F' _' :. ?
tRe in the Western -
y. About 700' Baltf-, in Iowa, 'a Judge Williams had been elected by1the by Propaganda .No.tj t '.
World brought over with them these coins asVeminisce'rices .. daStrct,11'ewYork.. .. "'
visit"when fight was people in rder to settle a.question of land } .. ..- ., .. ,
I of thfe. nelds''of their iOns- la- ,: c. .;.
and the titles in the interested.- "
Annapolitahs. ,. which voters were .
llimm JJJrrD :
bors."Overcome. .mmm
d' in' the combat When he came to sit on the case under oath, his ", ;

; wounded.three mor- conscience new'knowledge of the law' Iuc- 'evil .with' .: good a the gentleman' .--.1 (LATEj, LEE .& JUDSON,) : :. J'1'IV

) f7 Lock rman) McAck- ,'. ed.him to decide against his previously conceived Said. when he knocked down the bu'rgh\r, With .I Occupy'the' "spacious '. STQftt"W..UtEr '. .

There were 'opinions. 'thebible.' : ". >.' HOUSE,'N :5& CEDASTEEEtjthL;'
The t, \. .,0, 1 of which"is'devoted the ,
fight occur ( ,} to exhibition'. and iae' .J
'was leaving the,, Affecting Scene*-The most to 'c 1i/ g event of %elf. .George; asked a.friend.'of: ayoung.' 'of tKe"Single;%rttce of 7'-- ? 4;"' : #

i the mournful burial Louisville'. ', (Ky.)) ofCJ6T. lawyer, '-'howl do you. like'1'yotoprofe sron?-'- 'E itf iff: fclfc: ,blMx3tESSi f':

; 7. -The'Dublin"' Zion'I Clay and others whO fell"at Buena Vista *as' The reply accompanied by'a brief sigh,"tosuiftheoccasfoni Th Ir'thent' v .
.this law. beheld in thehereaved arid'< w pin'g laces'of theorphanfchildreri t" My profession is muchbeUterthanmypractice. : Stoekcimsista": of r 1 '-JiOile
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says of the lamented Cjay, as they ." '.a *' Tliousaqci'ipackages, ; i of 1egisationis'highly'! : followed the hearse that carried his mortal re ,., ;_. '' .: ....'. I"If .,. i' I' Emb'racing-'Ibmp. THp'jJSiVNjDi .pf Different
York whose ;
off ew' ;
I : mauls c. "-he Ladi 8&YlldPrenti e j ave
to their last. O.'K '
: resting place. patterns and colorings;:and comprising .
with the
overpowered, every ci
i ,'., ,,J found out the meaning Qftliese. cabalisiio letters. thing .desirable -the( lhieFQREGN'.gi
carried- 4'm .
y arly put There are in France 931,997 'official peraoL toboOilf'Esin- ', '" '. '. '- -
.. DOi.ESTIC. ,' >, -*, .
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J ; ges depending.on,.the ..Government ofw} '- -f.r '; Afl t w1&ar V '**' <* c ,: 'm
[ ,', .. om. ..._ '.ofled. 10ri3 fir, r't '
! }.s'not'generally under-' 376,487 are paid, receiving 314,726OOOJrarics,, The Cincinnati*Gazetti Hasbe? alcredibly sa # "ii1f.i -.3.t'. ..'a. t..h..T. e-.IJ O T'nirJl. .. s. _'. 4'i 4!
! J .Cincinna. (13,113,583 stctlmg,1660) unemployed.dfiicers informed'that ii. >Timr aTn>.>!f >TiS''Arft hfiintT ta-- b'tt1i, --.f' ; ">.L. ?J. ?4zi !
I ( ) 'as'a short' field1piece reVielving annuities, &.'td the ani unt of kOitl'or tl&eitabhis.m'eit of a Unveisit.ha.catifori -. -: ep"'TJCE" ..r.t'a'P''i.C' A .;-t.la
'r\7 'r.T .
9,638,000 fiance and '104',460; .pensioners &c. oh the Bay of$an'Fiancisc'aM'tkattwo *
ofa, mortar, but' ., i : : New Styles :ar ;jreceived almost every4.day
receiving: francs. r' talented men oLlaVclty'ie'p& .
: g .', JAke.a mortar, 'it' 1 young. I "** v .* *' 'and niany-of them are got uj fQp. ,our own sales ijithd
Professors *
ken <
of ?
I I ; for.the powder arge; Humorous fitistfaityn'A.friend has shown us as;..r .."A' "I: 'no to'De-I'T'-"h4t' ,,;,' : .,

'arid' ..84.mts.a'BIIllll! a most' horduIdiai.Tt represents' I Georgia G tt n'a.i f J7oar. For.the; 'quarter f .. Pryitedlistsjof.1: prices corrected from' .", .
\ ; attached canister shot. Zac:,with ra h'uge'wiO: glass}in' his 'fiaid, w1 hCapto ending 1st'inst,'there have been tported::froniSaVannaKto day to day"witu every'varian in. .the" marketare _' -
: the, field like 'mounted bushels phice4; in the hands of buyers. / -. \ ,
liberally into it
; Bragg pouring from:a bottleriabeleaaiadfeira foreign pprts 55,485 corn .
: ; fired like oit balls Merchantswill bebl6foimsome
can jdea.ot'
barrels or* ur&v. Geo: M:
; btitbfGea.Taylbfs'mouthproceedsra and 1754
they scatter the grape' scroll;on; whici written; 'A' little .: ..' 'f) .-f .a" i'i."'<1" .. ..t. t,, ''*'" Jhe.extent and.r arety pf pur_assprtm'ent,:fielijf? .

; To.be used, thenon, : morO atie p apt.3rag" 'Cuff/iwantsto'axyouakunnundrum.' '\ w'state,'tl4,: the valua-iof pur';usualfgtocfcof: .. .
defiles againstiroops ; : .. thy, NEARflCt.EiSat-ka5, ,twice-the falue of ? .
; 'Ex( 'd 'd! :''; htt u- '; r I1;'" :' ;: '
: ct ve yeapod': : TElsis A Y&itabU Hvfsc.-2A..wagik,i Penfisyiyania -'Iv ii ts.to. ai uljLt'dM'Otp IWi1 'lfie'entirje stock! of* 1'. goods usuallykept: ': ,
;Mt iico/-1" i: : ; t. H' Jtn *:, bu largestWholesale' Job :Jhfc ftci -i.tp/i
not long since purchased ft Y ry fine horse. cufe.dej>luesft/;., ;..- e/-ra' 'tri: : with,the f
tact that purineaBJ and ,
I Barrels"I o'ffloUr. Returning fronva rid&a 'f !-.days'' afterwards, I. '*heI iaata'up!fo"i 1.0u ax un' gether_A **4MA-j) | our- ;
'* > received here he said t atihe had discovered, quality inhis; < Well.d'ehdefthinp!b df i gJt} e1'l; orken&diYideamoiliayMt. :Jarie .
,, : 't l' e; 1i y o(11rt C! de otea. :fJ i) '
h' 'fine-order animal .which added ! :i r_ s..J'l !M| A.*.. fHisbg8d'a* a t'nstll le1'1 if' < ''." .'i. ;i ;'. 1, nhea ebb l'8*;butju t. ,be 5OOOd. as.to. 'rei Fill render'th'e_ {advantages wbichmer-j ,
I ; eight4': the ..q 4' ,. A .... ')0 .J'of k Ud 'a t".it ius' 4at. killedWehl3'WaaflC :.to,deae p rrootl1..bbv oUJ r and .)tsb4l;.be"
I ,rr.f Jt Nijile-&zv. jltfor'm"t1iiewJI"'':;. der ?'' J .1. our ears that ,hbaef who Visit our establishment
Sea off'Nahajjit t Oay. J
i The Serpent hat-appeared' >- 5 !' JH5lWellfliu : "
t ; ihall iiy.lis ppDTntinenti. .. .
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-' This, intimates ,that tii' hotel keepers atfe"allreadyfoirth'eirismnmecu8tyjn. ::1 Square up. ; Jquit '
I oii abolition i journal, *- -\f1r. .; !; J" 'bi+.'Iiicours. !.,'rl es, 1011-. f Our assortment' ;i compute at all-;seasons of,. '
I ; T.'J' 'r "J' 't", 't11: ;d ... hVyearred .? :\TVIt'-ntnSQN. ,LEK :;,
the Mobile..Register) ., ebeR1.1"t"1'r,,.., i.-v"V- '-ft '
l i < :,liberal, enijments of ', .vIds Js.co- "v a1cand'! I'F. .". em r d ; ..:. ; .f,8 .!. tW t v. J111 p{.h, .'!rt { '

I nd' ifcPueblai: .by' erjpf Gea/Scott; rU'Easse _-\13 144't,. ,* .Lom&q' 4lat Qrf er'tb ijri .
Meh cordiali Scop.u. B : '
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; >- .APr. ( 6 ..,. ..-%;. ? .fi., ;.
! paper of.thiscity iw the I :. r .*< { ; i ..?/: .'fr ... jBy'. (I".rWhi1e. ;" .PeS.-'S&mer. l, iiiitiWyWftim-SaTtamffi .mn ti ._ r I
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,The ra hails them as! !\) Irs. SigoitrnMdressisg.Presile t" : *I.t'- ri7 ."/ 1 "yi'!! \" '.ST" dlt t e.7t.. T" ', '. Ti' )
: J ,. '.wvwn\.J1. '. business "ectil'"tC'M.. : ,
{ trInottbat una-. t inwHartfprd iijathief.enteed the, J ..12t"-Mess'A.." ,. _' ; ,_,f: J". \ .... .'- f' 1' in o e 1 S : ",' '
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)\ ultra- house and jobbed otvaluaWe jewelry. \tt( d AlsOp;; !.,,J.j,/ *"r4:.'%l r 'tt.gfij; :'y* 'Judson, and._ sseS:1 hI' fnlend5 that the neoncerir.sbai : .- .. .
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abput.p I' t I jp"'tSt l t .>Sant te41fwn S "Unabou1y, ; :j the-sam8ifJe-emhience :.
to bring I I. '' ''' > '''' .,.. .' ,'r-1 ; -'.- '.' ,. ., t1iisbi.ncl. ; c of .:. t: :" ''
nters396of.thembaye -i' "v .' "
: ; d mug. papers.and.. 13 FreillBapti'' 1nJ bistsan1ellow. 1Zth 'I.r \:.J-m. ;aD2ez;. t" &child. ..D.. ,:nd,C_ senF4eju '. F., S hth, ..ower#.c. wQ..h nw.s." to whic:ho'- lie#1.. :' .. .
; dul'ti6ez181ble (the dgned< protestiwithholdiBg : ; 70 ..p. '
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