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: August 13, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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.Ai.Nl! ('1'. one another returned and reported throng last winter. -The'House"'Representatives in' I elv-tUnionua blood this party is todis- is heard against the proviso in all that region of'' 13..
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rt"r9 will be charged for all announceJB the after TariousVmoveiaentsand carhage. 'We I the, confederacy Religious as well as'political
?* their Chairman, S.H. Butler, the following same year, :a nave. seen the U-and-humble 'oniin'ofThiparty
for ofhcft. feelings rjithmfopposed..t:our institutions of- t
candidates high excitement !resolved bj ,large majority 'and I
their first '
drt square. for Six Months. : : $iO OCyjtfceto ADDRESS : to refer the whole subject of alolition to a select' ,but cautions approach' to.Congress ,domestic, servitude sasari evil'of great inagnK .
Debtors and Creditors : : 10 00 committee with instructions' tc report All the ,: they still persevere'step by;step;:un tude; arid will continue to'gro'w stronger
ipnlicati'Wi for Luer* of Ad-ninistration 5 OC WE, a portion of your fellow citizens, presume : til theyTcompelthissame :Cougressto recede; day under their systemTof attack and
northern members'arid some of*the southern aggression
notices will be inserted gratui to address a great and momentous from positions based, '
All religious you upon upoh'.Constitutional and of 'defence arid
11' that this .thi. true guarantees our system 'submission.--'
alleged was policy effectively ,
in which we all have a common ones until the
question-one last.Yestlgeofhope'lLud We '
fa''' security areYree to'admit that of :
unmissable personal communications wil wit The of such means as .to answer ani silence, the complaintsof there many our fellow
17 interest, to : adoption or 80"lther"ig \is rudely away citizens of the rthire'still '
,i aier1ieinnt. i the the abolitionists and of thosi, whose sympathies n desirous of respeo* t fl
the of the occasion requires, for '.Inl thiSi hole .
jerhlll'1 emergency ; struggle we acted in the
hills for Job Prin. must be paid on theJernl" 1 enlisted It ting our constitutional :ghts" but they wilrb
ll ing. were withthis.party in
;tT protection of our property and the security of: !. was .defence- and 'believe:,the 21st, rule 'would always borne down '
( the work. i if' fact contended tint such .a'e son course by' and will not be able V
rnu"t b. addressed tn our ) stand as ont:,protection. When:that fell to arrest the tide of '
j AH cntnmunirm on* abolitionism popular sentiment BO
would kill '
nid. The repeated and unceasing assaults which arrest''its further ,ourp ospects for protection'.from ;the
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LlrT & II&twin vn. r"gt government strongly against us. One fact isunderiiably'
institutions. growth, and operate as .a panacea over, ,LtheV
-- ----- have been made upon our domestic .fell with .it; the abolitionists with their free that while has become I
our opposition
PUBLIC MEETING both in and out of Congress,have been enduredby whole body politic. A committee' '.nine mem-, thousands of.numbers,,rapidly:and daily in- feeble,arid our'defences have been more ,
; 6ept'awai '
IN" MADISON COUNTY. us with patience and forbearance unexampled 'bers was accordingly raised, and tbeirChiiirman creuungt.by their press,money and votes, succeeded and while we have submitted and yielded our
in the of a free people. Fifteen Mr. Pinckriey South Carolina\made a {
citizens Madison Coun- history introducing an overwhelming influence enemies havevush d :forward"their PrmClpTea'bigher
I MB ithout, meeting respect of the to pirties..held .at Madison long years .lias tlie .ational Legislature been .most elaborate of the argument sustaining:: the..al-the,doctrines ', 'upon the two great political parties of the bolder, 'untiVthey; have made both, V
the inVwVhC11 we"Have been denounced as. resolutions/jeconxmended north and forced them to in
arena unite
the 17th Dr. R. repealingihe parties at the to"offend
i on SaturJiy lUst. north t ilitig. theit- '
end of the resolutions substantially
report. Tjhese >
Jftttf S W.lS cillei to the Chiir, and Dr. A.ViUtt "murderers, 'thieves, and piratesanc affirm that has noeonstitutionalI only barnIer'whLErccteU itf Congress against Oar>lOng forbearance baa been1i n::for- .i';, -,
been invoked to overleap all I Congress their machinations. J4
Congress con- abolitionists 'in '
Secret fact physical weakness and timiility and iiirhthi.. ;.;ZV: -40
G \ try. I authority to interfere with slavery in the have ;
stitutional barriers all considerations of oursafety7 .become the "balance of
tli3 of 1 .power party" in ble submission to V
by the Chiirnun, object a long series'otwrongs hare
!fter prayer States and it would be inexpedient to interfere the
and convert our Southern country into ; northern states and exercise
w JS st.1tC'l; to be, to take into con- predom'uiatins impressed them with the conviction that'ffey: ; ,
t1Iem wide field of desolation and misery. This with slavery in the.District of Columbia; influence in the state and I
tha insulting action of the House of one : national elections. can 1'der"aild tee rrtil obey.: Submission ,to the ,
jerition last the is no rhetorical flourish, or idle declamationit and that for the purpose of restoring tranquility It cannot disguised that they are now ''from Wilmot is the i.
of the Congress upon proviso prehtde political and physical -
cppresentfttives Proviso. and upon the subject of Slargreeafwlly is the actual state of our condition, forced to the public mind and faally arresting'theagitation V their numbers and position, a great and pow'r-I death to us: and if we have not the courage V V

-jfilmot ? anl to coiia-alt upon what steps upon us by the action of our northern brethren. of this subject, all petitions, papers or ful party-and have acquired that and spirit to resist now, when our domeStic
for the South to take in theIfsent "'fo prove this, let facts be submitted to a can- propositions relating to slavery in any way which enables themoto-dictate terms to those peace and tranquility is so'jalpablyendangered V
foalib3 proper
; should be laid the table without farther -
did world. upon any who bid for their '
votes. The two
emergency, for the purpose of protecLrher : great partIes neither will we when emancipation fol
institutio'ns from Northern insult and In the early days of our history when thir- action'whatever. I democrats and,whigs. atthe ;north, have lows. Our imbecility'will encourage 'them to

teen colonies oi"the British crown, determined The result of this proceeding, did not justifythe I succumbed this third party-are deeply en- new acts of aggression, and in the end we shall

a.r. jemcetiaswas lon. then addressed in an able, to liberate themselves from the vassalage of: confident predictions of its'friends'and advocates I engaged in a 'disgraceful competition for the fall an easy prey to our destroyers. ,

I Iririld ani effective manner by Messrs. John that government, domestic servitude then lonned on the contrary, it verified the apprehension goodwill of this third party ; and in the race In the preceeding pages of this paper,''we. V

r D. H. Hays. Dr. Westcott, Col. Butler, no obstacle to the cordial union and cooperation of a few gallant spirits, who refused to for political ascendancy at horns they trample think we have demonstrated 1st. The rapid f
!cntn special requ : t.by) )Ir.Call of Jefferson of these Colonies into a confederation of; vote at all,because they saw in these resolutions, under foot their former plighted faith and ancient and inconceivable growth of abolitionism. 2d. .
I; aniby( States for their joint common welfare and de an admission of the jurisdiction of Congress promises. The constitution the ,
. the necessity of a union of parties peace and Its triumphant>'progress in Congress; and 3d.
: nnatr outh, UPOll in the present emergency. After fence. This union and co-operation formed on over the subject of slavery, and new grounds of safety of the south, the harmony of the Unionare Its actual control of the two political rt1 sin

lithe, l1. 0:1 motioa, the- following Preamble and I such a basis carried us successfully and triumphantly encouragement to the Abolitionists. Hitherto all to be jeopardised, win abolition votes the north-and hence the passage of"theWttmot
hi were adoptel: through the war of the Revolution, these fanatic agitators had received no other and influences. As undeniable proof :.of this proviso in the House Representatives.

jesolutions WaEaEis, thcs action of the last Congress up- :and: laid the foundation of that vast Republicnow countenance from Congress than merely to receive 1 I fact.we point totheir union and ..co-operation With these facts"staring us in the face and ring-

the Viimat Proviso" conclusively proves extending from Maine to Texas. When their petitions, but they then advance another I I in repealing the 21st rule and still more, to the ing in our ears," let us pause for a moment to '

th2 fan it ical opposition to slavery which independence was achieved, and 'we assumedour step, and the doors of Congress are thrown disgraceful passage of the Wilmot proviso in the contemplate how emancipation is to be effected,

iii Ion prcrailel in the non-alaveholJing station among the nations of the earth, we open to them upon the same terms, upon.the louse of Representatives by almost the unanimous and the consequences to us.. '

iis gates so of this; Union, has now increased to such I were scarcely four millions of people; since same conditions, and upon the same equality,as :northern vote. Such an outrage perpetrated We lay it down as an axiom that emancipation -.
ane.tcnt and the acknowledged abolition par- that time we have spread into a great republicof to all other legitimate petitioners. In fact, the in the face of the constitutional and inalienable can only be effected in three, ways: by the

irhive grown so numerous, that semblance twenty-eight States and twenty millions of Abolitionists regard it as a great triumph, and rights of the south, was the result of voluntary surrender of the slave holder, by the _
souls. The and ofthe itevolutioc to them and their it in all its deliberate calculation of
: and regard for Southern Institutions, sages patriots principles was so, politicians to secure the slaves themselves or by the government. It
iri frc5p2 Southern rights, for justice and for the were imbued with a proud and lofty love of practical bearings. It stimulated and invigorated i aid of''tb e balance of power party"in the north.It never will be done by operation of the first pro-, fl

Constitution, which has heretofore been kept country; the States were all regarded by themas their hands; their societies arose everywhere was with them merely a game upon the political position. All appeals to the slave holder:to relinquish -. '
in Condi's: : and elsewhere by Northern equals and hence in the adoption of the Constitution almost like magic, and by the next session -. chessboard-and like all other gambling his property without compensationwill

TO Salesmen and Northern Politicians, has now of the United States the slave popula- of Congress, they had doubled their ranks, I operations. the object was to rom} even at the utterly fail The whole history of .emancipation .

to entirely ud aside by both parties, and tion were allowed a representation of threefifthsin and swelled their petitions into thousands. hazard of ruin to others. The Wilraot proviso in Europe or America,have exhibited F

Xonbera Whis :and Northern Democrats are Congress. (See Constitution U. S.. Art. 1,, This fatal measure concession, introduced too proclaims that slavery shall be prohibited in"any few instances where men have parted with_their

nOT openly conten lin; which have done most Sec. 21.) By this Constitution, adopted 1787 J by a Southern man, instead diminishing the future territory annexed to this Union. Insolent property upon any other consideration' than

tori .ll"rJin on hc inf.unl war, which : it is also expressly provided that fugitive slaves, evil of Abolitionism, added fresh fuel to the raging degrading and humiliating as this proviso value received. As long as the south has -a
b bcb:r.:1d on oathern institutions. escaping from one State to another shall be delivered element, and spread higher and broaderthe i was to the whole south, it received nearlythe fruitful soil and yields the richest agricultural

BjLlireire rcsoln .. That the territories upon claim ofthe party to whom such flame incendiary fanaticism. Every successive entire northern vote; and thus'for the first productions of the earth, all attempts at volun
of the United States 'belong to the several service is due." (See Con.. art. 4, sec. 2.) A session of Congress witnessed a renewalof time since the organization of the government emancipation would be as' abortive asia '

. Sates cosipDjiug this Union, and are held by provision so salutary and just, has been rendered violent excitement and agitation, growing out jurisdiction of Congress over' the subject of attempt to change'the sun iri its course. Our i

lisa as their joint and common property." nugatory by the state legislation and judicial l of these proceedings. In 1839, as usual for slavery was;claimed and exercised. Awar was happiness, our interest, our conscience and our

I t eo1t d .That Congress as the joint agent decisions at the north. several years past} at the opening of every.scssion i then pending with a neighboring republic, and I habits nIl confirm and fix our affections to our
ani representative of the States of this Union Such was the spirit of our ancestors in fram- of Congress, the Abolitionists again renew- it was notorious that upon the establishment of i. institutions; and never can abolition become

his no right to make any law, or do any act ing the Constitution; the men who periled their ed their mischievous efforts. with increased V peace a large Accession territory as indemnity our choice until every thing that now character-,
I Tluteier, that shall directly or by its effects lives and property for their common country, zeal and energy. The South;seeing all their must accrue to the United States. Southern ises us usa people is buried forever. Unwise V

nuke:any'discrimination between the States oft and who laid the chief corner stone" of this former resistance to this evil prove abortive; and officers and soldiers had manfully mingled in and fanatic as abolitionists are they.do not expect .

'Uui n,bv which any of them shall be de I republic. No jealousies were then felt by the fully conscious of the danger perpetual agitation the strife, and pffered their blood and lives to .'to accomplish their purpose in this way'/ V
pri\'elorits i'allanJ equal right in any Territory 'north! 'again t the south, no anathemas were then upon a subject of such delicacy and impor- the.honor of their'common country. In all the Nor would they be more successful by appealing

of the Halted States acquired or to be ac- hurled against us, as the "accursed" of God tance, assumed higher ground, aniTa'fter various glorious battles and victdriesrwiricbr-fcive been thesTaves themselves itwuriiei trythego*.. VV. ,

qu red' and man ;' no invocations were then made to propositions, amendmentS and resolutions, fought-and won in Mexico,southern men have eminent. They have already tried this plan,by
r I Eesolvei, ulhat tlie enactment of any law Congress by organized societies and combined succeeded in passing the celebrated 21st rule, had a large share-and although Congress has their public meetings'lectures, publicationsand

which should directly or by its effects, deprive i fauatics to sow the seeds diesention among us afterwards the 25th. ,Mr. W. Cost Johnson was solemnly convenanted every soldier servingone missions-they have manifested the warm 4

thz citizens of any of the States of this Union i by false and artful appeals to the people of the the author of this resolution, which was only an year in this campaign 160 acres of land, est zeal and sympathy for the black man, and V
free states. These our act of single justice to the South and inflictedno yet this proviso renders the bounty nugatoryto '
from emigrating! with their property into any I outrJges upon rights endeavored to inculcate the doctrine that it was
of tie Territories of the United States, will never entered into the hearts of the pure and wrong upon the North ; and as long as it them. and virtually expels them from the meritorious for the slave to cut ,his master's

nukesacli Jiscrhninition, and would thereforebe upright men of the revolution. And under the continued in force allayed the fears and irritation soil their valor had helped to acquire. Justice throat and in a thousand different ways inei i

a violation constitutionani the rights fostering care of the Constitution aided by the of our people. It was a boon however, of equality and honesty are all set aside (mark I ted this race to rebellion and insurrection. AU j

ofth States ron which such citizens emigrate good oW spirit of 57G, we have grown to be the too much justice to us, and a few winters agpjt you this) for the purpose of ingratiating favor i these efforts continued without intermission for ,

ani in derogation of that perfect equality most powerful*nation of the giobe. possessing was repealed, and we were again exposed to vith the abolitionists. several years have signally failed to disturb! the 4 V

which belong to them as members of this Union, within ourselves all the combined vantages of the mercy of Abolitionists. From this ,brief Gross and outrageous as this wrong is, viewed : happy and contented condition of this race under .
:| ani trould tenj directly to subvert the Union strength, wealth and prosperity. Under such summary of Congressional history, it will be simply as air act justice, it sinks into utter the mild and patriarchal rule that prevails Vat

itself. auspices of unparalleled greatness and happiness seen thatfroim 836 to 1839, the South maintained insignificance when weighed with other considerations the South. An attachment strong and 'sincere I

Resolved.That as a fundamental principle growing out of the blessings of a free government a decent appearance of opposition) in which it involves; It is the absolute, has grown up between master and slave, T
inourpoliticaloved; that a people in forming wi th a written compact, to restrain one self-defence against the assaults of their assail- unqualified jurisdiction which Congress'has assumed and although it is the lot of no human being to

a constitution have the unconditional right to section from violating the rights of another-, ants. :From 1S39 up to this time, we have lost upon the subject of slavery-a power be perfectly satisfied with his condition, .the

form ani adopt the Government which they there was every prospect that we should longbe ground at every step, while the Abolitionistshave which all parties h.ave.heretofore disclaimed, black man 'knows that he.is better clad, better
mj thing best cilcalated to secure their liberty a contented and united people. These just added strength to strength until they walk and never before exercised. It has assumed a I fed, and more. affectionately regarded by his.

prosperity and hippiness. and that in conformity expectations have not been realized ; the south into Congress, and issue their edicts there. Our shape which no longer admits'of doubt; and superiors than any Bother laboring population:

, thereto no other condition ij imposed has repeatedly felt the impartial legisltion of opposition, our resistance,our energies have erery .I the defence which the south regarded as their those of ,our own country excepted.-- Our

by the fderal constitution on a State in orderto Congress in favor of other sections. Our sub- day grown weaker, while our opponentshave strongest,.fortress of legitimate protection under vigilance and police 'regulations, aided by the

be admitted into this Union, except that itsconstitution mission to successive injuries, and our patience rapidly risen, in power and strength and the'government, has been wantonly destroyed -. faithful attachment of our' slaves,'will always
shall be Republican, ani thit the under wrongs have characterized our deep devotion when many: of us cried peace, the infamous and left us sleeping'upon volcano that prevent any serious mischief in this way. Past

inpoation of any other by Congress would not to the Union. "Wilmot Proviso" is suddenly sprung upon'us, will urely burst upon us with all the horrors' experience has convinced the abolitionists that

?-J be in violation of the constitution. but indirect Our endurance of minor grievances may have and aims to overwhelm us in degradation and terrible convulsion, unless timely averted by neither.xif, these modes can effect their object-

conflict with the principle on which our caused and influenced our Northern brethren to disgrace. In intimate connection with this Congressional 'i our own .vigilance and Unity .History and past and.hence"their exertions and energies are directed

foEtical system rests.:' attempt the perpetration another evil, before history. is the historyof the rises experience raise their warning beacons and proclaim to the governm nt. Their successful

kn TTHEREAS, The foregoing resolutions ex- which .11 others fall into utter insignificance progress, and rapid extension of abolition societies to, us that the individual or'nation who, strides where we'had a right to expect protect, .
Psa folly oar views of the powers conferred and which to us involves life and death. Need in the northern states. The New-England long submit insult and aggression,.ultimatelyloose tion have been of such a'character'as to cause' .

upon Congress by the federal constitution, inrri we scarcely say we allude to Abolition, and its anti-slavery society was formed in 1832, and their spirit orresitan6eanc1become passive everysouiher man to be alarmed'and dismay- 4pI

to the territories now belonging to, or be kindred alliances. A brief history of the rise was the first society of the kind, in America slaves to oppression. Small .injuries and, I ed. ,At this moment there are about three riull4 ,:
Jequ.m by the United States therefore and progress of Abolition in the Congress of the and consisted of 11 persons. In 1833 the New simple diseases in their beginning are easily remedied ions slaves in the United States, with an annual V j T

& solved, That we the people of Midison United States, and Abolition Societies in the York anti-slavery society was fornied,and consisted by timely resistance;allowed to pro- increase of 70,000, and their 'value ,.would

3nty! Ul Mss meeting assembled, without disMuon Northern States, will furnish the highest evidence of24 men and women. convention of greBS.from one grad to another, ,under. a tem. amount to something like ten hundred,"millionsof V ::0r
of p Lries: denounce the action taken by of the danger to which we are exposed, abolitionists met, at Philadelphia on the 4th porising treatment, they'become incurable and r dollars. The value of this ,annual .increase. r

thtRouse of Representatives of the 29th Cone and the absolute necessity of some decisive December., 1833, and formed the great American .death ensues.v'.Fellow; citizens; now is"the accepted ,would be about ,24,0O0O00-Otiat) to emanci. :

on the Yikaot Proviso"' as being a hi ;h movement on our part. anti-s a\"ery society, ,and boldly proclaimed, time) .when we have the nieansin', our I pate:thjim gradually in 100 years w mld require
j nsorpition of power wholly without Previous to the year 1831,nothing was known and announced their purpose; that all slaves own hands of a successful'and peaceful'remedy on .an appropriation nearly $35,000,000 iJ V stI j

Rational warrant, and Subversive of the of these agitations; a few harmless and peacea- should be instantly set free, without compensation against the? poison,abolitionism; -if,we per' I' without.taking'int? the account the, expense ot V ; J I

Jt'01:1S1ons of that initranieni and, as such an ble Quakers had, anterior to this time occasionally to their owners" "that the paths/of. preferment mit this occasion to pass away, :without.one. .,urn- transporting them from .the country/ ;The' .t :

'frgemeut of the righld! of the slaveholding petitioned Congress in general terms against ,of wealth, and of intelligence, should ted effort on our part} Mstory! :may;record.that British government witH.all its, ; despotismmd,. :
;.Lte 'cjnnot.be sabtaitted to without bring- 1.lvery-they were, however, so few and far be- be as widely opened to them, as to persons' of a the 'southern:'people "were.1* You have seen consolidated did not venture to.iejnanci .
gtg l.it'J.ce aid min upon: ours lvcs. tween as to excite no feeling on the public mind. white complexion," And to effect 'these' purposes the small beginning of abolitionism in 1832;and 'iteh"; slaves 91thefr .West India subjectewithout.somecompensation I".1 i I

Kas3lveI, Thit the institution of slavery, In 1831 abolition sentiment proper, first beganto they, pledge themselves, ;*&> organize the:mighty torrent into.which; they;have_swollen : to the owneYsZ And,, I

Tke1r lLn evil or not, is a subject.n which manifest itself in Congress,although no societies anti-slavery societies every wher ,? ."to send. ia few yearV-ffast 6ycrwHelminsfpub.lic.opinion would our government. professing higher principles 1 I
greM has no "S ht or authority to act.and, had then been formed in America. Mr. forth agents to remonstrate.warn and rebuke,'! 'af'the'.rth!;aWmerging fit; to their' of justice and naYingless powcr.of.uivinc" j j

!ere \\1.hthii subjest we deem an John Qaincy Adams one of the mo dangerous to "circulate periodicals and tracts," "to enlist peculiar doctrine r; you 'have1..seen''how"- hey: ,right, :'dan to deprive us"of pur.PO rly; with j

IS LIon ofpowei., and an insult to the whole and powerful of all the abolitionists, although the pulpit and press," "to purify the churchesof have entered, into ypur nation legislaturejiindin'their : out compensation. _:Couldtlie);,government...pay .". 'i !
50 : to b! no longer tolerated he disclaims'the mme at that session presenteda the sin of slavery," and 10 encourage the labor onward>ouMe'iiavedriyenb.6th; :; of the forthis'amoiint of property 1. .It/ | physically, / :

ltS01rej, fait a dtis respect to the duties of petition for abolishing slavery in the District; freemen, rather, than!.that;: of slaves,' bygIving great t', parties of tVelibTtKnnter'theircmbraeeyou : impossibTe dr'fihe"attempt wouldjdjssol.v tooT 'I I

&u1hrsrrJholl, requires at the hands of the I of Columbia. He then avowed his opposition to preference vtb .th'eir'productibni"; The" have seen-this influence;;exerted in Congress ,[Jniorii arid with"iCof:_course, goYernmehi fVVeliaye 1
People, a Lumen ler of post political the prayer of the petitioners as did also all the poison from this 'moment spread.with unparalleled and..compelhng;'*:retraction bfthe only ',' riot faHed/ta, p-fsenMhese; factsto our, :
rence; and a CJLriv union and Northern members,about that period. In 1834, rapidity; and'as earlysthe i m nth>of- legislativevbarrier rbelween 'us-; andfihesefahaticVjrn -. aortbern.brethren; we*have implored thejnilby* Ii:.

tin: e ? M of S0111118"1 rights.co-opera- these petitions increased in numbers, and assumed :May 1834 following, they amounted; sixty so-. .; yiywi; have seen. this!Congress of theU. the'memory of the'past,to. let us}!well in.peace. ,: ",4 \

rel Th.lt for th3 of striking a bolder tone:-still, however, confining 'cieties.' By October,1835.thr.y had multiplied' .StatesTnot_: only''refuse to;,cxmtmnej'jui,.force jpenmt'the,Union,to Kinain asour revolutionary -< ,
,- tht e.uh; ? the fiaitici18Pirit purpose of abolitionism themselves, as a general rule, to abolishing sla' to three. hundred'societies,jnd. by. December of :negative rules appointed for our protectiQn'buf. ; i esb'equeathed.it tp "usl We haro .

sibrtK prote'1"10: of the institution of sla-, very iri the District of Columbia;' and it was the next ye to'35:' :Many of these societies' :you:Have s en'.lt I flict'jiitiveactftheT1l'est -_ jhVwri. them that, slavery was._existerit: with
contained 4000 n embers;!,&i1d scarcely.one/of iblow' us of every thy history mankind,and was recognized inV-
ttafftllMw1e: exits in the Southern States of not until 1836 that this subject assumed a character :'aggiEsioqafla by one strip | .
tio n and for the defence of our constitu- and complexion serious and ,alarming to them fell belo,)0,so that_by amoderate cal' ':', hpe fromjjatquaerJ *..?j. %-:> : ;. 'fer.'the. ,_Old and New., es t.:dJpenatioiis,; .J
: l tim it maytT>e"af umed/.eyen at this; ,periJod 1 dthaCristaudll&Aostleihadsanctzoned! :
rights and the of the South. .Abolition'Societies''V : ;
1re tor privileges upon this subject people \ from 100ooot 4 The: 'nstitU,/;good-faith,'equality/justice for e.beUevirigWasterJ y
%a.n 1 had then been organized in all the northern: of their lStrytthel'pu1\ ,- !it and laUrdown'rnles 4and 1
forgiv ill distinc- "* ***
tiol1S political former party and had been'set up'to'"disseminate :o' 12500Omembers2lzi: -1838, !thef1tdii500' :! nave all!'bJjjen safirificcd oprppit'AteflboltionlstsT' ;; believing sLiver Hiessff ,We iiave contrasted.7"thasiperior4religioua ,. r
states ? ,
differences newspapers
ourselves cannot be hid from '
11 among and abominable societies, raveragingul, :individuals1toeach ,The stathnCt1 and:civil prviles (s1aye )
"x>a their opinions -
rra one common ground as South- lwerethenAgrowing; at the rate, our:eyes>hatvaH; D andfbrmidablej 7 rnd. of altolitiojiists 40 theQack ppjm'latiot .'of'the}Oitin4 1\
_liia1U trines-while they sent cart loads of petitions to society, because" tt. V ,
pledging '
ifttjj.- > ourselves one anaL I both Houses of Congress in which emancipation of one society or 100 members,:a, day That,was ihave'arise f-inore-dangerous: : u.'t.lie i-vif de-as It''.existed' thesoutkwasfar;..; ,
ia trite port to the aoraan forPolitical office unless I claimed as'the right,arid duty of those bo nearly ten years ago, and although we'have'nflf1correct I rnore.' ? 1hiUi se Jl ? 9wJ.he et l Calling to jth43alwreritJUJ: i & :any part of; j:.

t. South on the subject of sla- was dies. The mails were loaded, with inflammatory means ascertaining1hetr-in and: they.Taretobe4bufld'ifl;: Cqngresand the $ato'i E1. iO,Vi'., .-We"h':'' ,v .li ld>.l{P.j'thetQ. .co $ V t 1 ,

lesolvM mt and publications! : arid directed:over numbers :'fromJthaHtim'eV; we.gnaj-rreasonably legislatures. .J.-f the north-md.1UJhC1r..c'h; -_ l iution! ; iridunion; theeTtiteif, States, as-the..; : t.,
a Committee sixteen be 'irir.iufiesfiupou
= of
e detest
lIOinte J to southern *. set the'dowriiinind numbers atrSOOjOOO or ter legislatures$ haYXinflicted' xrainon1 inheritance,arid coj noriprqteption: of\ .
whole country rpeolle.tookthe '
413&n prepare an address to the people of the assemblies 'de .400OdO, members;aSreft drilled and disciplined.corpswho : 'the1-S6utET.The\.tranition.'. ; ; from. thi, whole_ country..'andl-Trarned.thera thatthej fi
and met *
oar fellow citizens of the South alarm pririiary ;iot: ;easy. aiidif '.0 '- "i't V .
tq rW'4'; \
and d&- : have stakecf 1 at.io'i8J1d"fort nti one ;wrou' ;: ruin d/dissolntion .t bOth youldfollo'wi.t V '
!, embodying the sentiments of the nouncing these proceedings indignantly Of thlJ ited 8tatqcI2n1S and, :
the jurisdiction of Congress' while they upon thejgreat.objectojeniahcipatwn. :, iT'eign ; J1Qpgr Ae abj&tion;maujas UnieteJ.tlee ., ,'*;: ;j
prclmble .Died
awl and goli"operation -
cia-,theIr resolutions should,,be 'of these ,8ocietiestoeffec] ( 'thfc bJ5"" uercibdiid.theJoJll vQ n y ry. > tlq. l' tatfceir justice andlrnaglVagnunity .
with demanded that, some demonstration j e he appc4ls :]
in adoption f.
( us the owJoi1g e.1
.* in their owii nmifestopsj is it ., .po1 '
delegation proclaimed
unh1e or some otler for.the made,against.these a rseri; .Our;: lnc f .-lLtb to, .|het5joebfAeUniontb. : allthesefEact '
'oo mutual policy, pur- in Congress raised their warning Voice to. 1st ,The'li; d t i.b 1iti 1\ r/S1 v i1" i8--el ipir r s tpatw ; } 'to ..aU" ith; :frem.onstraneesi, theyoaTetumed 1",
ion. nipath7otai1tb3I'ijiliL
l. : : bolitid.e4ytbe! "
Stat& t. "
the .
mnPliaIice'with the last' Resolution the.- their northern assodates,V andshewedtheioripwcticabiiity. ,; ; -.. throughout Unitej < 5 .1reaUl ;1f } : afer:e :. The j4aru eati.. ? tzkhutedl:
"2d.', AS, nec s : 11 e U iA.'fceUn :J, t Jf
latca ofT of/ mancipz.tion: ; and th .awful 7 4 : ears : and: heBeefortJiT Vft musfrlpplt; to ourselves; ccoentJi '
anftl a Committee consisting ,.nulc1 ayebeliee possible ago
IlB -"
r ssion ofthe .a !9 i1''rlP : ,: .t"chl> '
,John.S Broom R. WiParramore scenes which;:jniglit/folloWjSuch-an) attempt '- natnre us sopto Ijkeicowarat .> aequestion eom,- tamrin ,
'. vatibiOftheblaOpopulatron't now1dge ofkumui ..._ '
.q.. "3rdL 'The ti4t cur .
raised thequestiOaVOf ,. : : e ,.. ;" 1.--' .
of the, Southern"Senators:hen ; .' .. ulier41e3ignocniancion tojieaofJh'under, arbwUeadyor emaac
.il' \
ohuolem .
tl Lucius chI ch In' + QU..w@lr ., Q1. '
iL: : the wiiite .u.nec"U :
uity'witb -
an : v,
1. eppoir: :all:.petitions'of: .that ; '" r.4.1"r. neareioiz tic;% :.h":trr 1.JWMflih6totch t imdltthe4:. ,: '
1his J V
B. .
\d.Qn1rJJ C.
11'Pittrj Bimj Pope, .il anCligiOfl3 P.rJ e t!4 ,' U\U C .. -.t weieaduto .. .V' .-
Ori1s character but,was'11'sustained ly>thefho -j I 'L_ o fagq a1pfleao.our4wUing4Are
.Lhiri Benjoniin1 ,, nsnotu ;
; ?, I IWccott21 Sn"feUo':; t. S 1.b1t f. .t 'to- ?. doors,r ; .1 1ed II\ '
Jci .- Benjamin. Lanier of""own'section; bfi did however:succeed ux, .' .uti-0. u. a..t '._ 1tm ";i8',*ibeenbrraedby.this: ; qtiofl44' tf ace m, .. .,.: 1 VE ._.-'., L
.-..... 'motion at" the'5u dinessifinJoC'!th, lI.r.1 t 1. II' lf ,. ,
bit = .
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A hurdler ed before otir.a T esI, .are we '.ready, to iif-the' time has'not'already *come Y when we:I' ; $ :IJ'; F u 'rho 'news" brough;bytheHibernia to;any; 'one.':'' : f : a,

1 ., .'.- give oar Wood to fatten ourfields and. vultures must'unite and say; to our pursuers,thusfar' -:: wh' :hamveoVln"BpsfanfJff: th'e., 2diiwtjhasproduci "nutcelflain," ';"b" ; ) )
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! uur.1iesh to'feed upon? .Or .:ire,we.prepared, thjou shalt go and no farther,'* it,tuves will, come; .decline'" 'in' .'the.price oj( our 'hu ndie d\ eraH 1[ ; ; ,
i&;, 4 't,;"by an i ignominious 8u ender.of our.\native:, soil; and we solemnlyrepeat! ,the uwrtsn ..are you } '! J'';'' : .t
\ :! family, to submit ,our necks, to- the yoke and ready for I:emancipation?, Choose. -'yenow'be- In.New":Yorky, ;the: :same toy.).:Genesseewas. a lathers '' : .1:

..;baser' ,desert the homes of our'birth and, the tween resistance and safety, or submission i and selling'at!%S,.:5 ($ I$5 tiQ: ( ,"andcn; at,63'@'flfe' places,'andvonl_ be

i 3 I "..J last--resting; place: of our fathers 1'.Are. we death. $bushel., J ,Bible;opportunity f l": :; : .':

t ,:willing to see all that endears.us to life savagely Which was received, and unanimously., adop. : :.1.. ,The_ libel.was :
.:and remorselessly torn.from us, banished, to ted. *- 1 I
,{? s a foreign land to wear out an existence of misery After which yen John Broome offered the THE MEETUja;IN MADISON COUNTY.We journalsuntil: .at' : '

M and degradation. "Speak ye tombs of tae two following: resolutions which were also unanimously surrender. 1tbiS. week. a large portioutof'our"i to give,the.flat !
'' a- 3 revolution,for ye alone can proclaim our choice. 'actapted. < ,columns to'a fujl report of the. proceedings.of, cal story., .- '

{' Thank God. there is,yet left one peaceable and Resolved, That recognize in Col.:Benton, 'the'.meeting: '.held::at: Madison County' in,this* : r
((1" that from the deplorable U. 'S. Senator from Missouri traitor to' the ..
+ { effectual remedy : may save us : a : ''wilmoi: ibviso-' '
effects of emancipation, and we appeal South, a deserter for her standard,Vvictim to State;'inAlthough'wo:opposUioatoVthe : p : ; ..THE'C; ,

j t' to all'southern.men, of all parties, to unite in the slavish passion of envy and hatred which : ; tierebjicurteii J somewhat. from'the .Tho'Whig.

:' one more effort to save and servo our common he cherished for',her'' most ,distingmmshed'and variety whih'.we'desire to.gie,our readers districtfor-

; l country. It has been well said that there are honored son,an unscrupulous intriguant.for the coafidentthat thetalTim ,
some questions too great for pa.rty-n.oo this executive chair in'1853, and astatesman em weekly, yet, ; '. : prisoner in the city

,,,, ,+t. surely bono which rises above all party considerations inent abilities abandoned to the vilest'passions'of portant not u WRfe report,,and the.absorbing by-Gen. L.B..Desha #
'! and sinks other issues into bubbles nature. interest:# s allthat; ,is'now?transpiring Warsaw Herald

I i t j and empty air It i* emphatically the question Resolved, That we recognize. in John C.Cal- .in.relat.Joni to_the -war o(-. he,: "Proviso. _," the following in is
/ with us; and upon which'hang all our future hotm the able statesman,the honest patriot and will make change! truly acceptable This '
i hopes for peace, for fortune, and for life. The faithful defender of Southern rights; and that th1. purporting to be I

f t ,? i north has taught us the road of safety, to wit, the South is laid under increased obligations to 'point,at l ", demonstrated" by the holdingof .to some of.his.' _:

1 union and concert among ourselves. Whatever him for the noble stand which. he bas taken in the meeting 4hat, :.however. : apathetic the 'GAINES ha {
?, i4, difference of opinion may prevail there upon her defence, for which we hereby.tender him South may lie, in.general,to the wholesale robbery .' .We cannot find as .
other subjects, upon the Wilmot proviso they the homage of our gratitude and love: 1 annihi.lationof .
.of its Bights and to the:attempted
agree and harmonise. Now if these people, impelled On motion it.was then resolved, That the '""BY G-D HE ,
,, ,N by no such motives which move us, can proceedings of this meeting be forwarded to the ole or both of the races which inhabit ,OUT % I have been : .

i lay asido all party alliances and party feeling, papers Tallahassee for publication,'with a the Southern' portion of the'.Union,-'-:there still the houses on fire () : ;

: and present an unbroken phalanx upon a question request to the papers of the State to copy.the remain a 'few who will. not 'tamely submit to tkred,nor have ever .
3 which them is abstraction and same. I mould have fought
rr to only an ,
4t r, '' in which they have no real tangible interest, Then on motion, the meeting adjourned sine oppression and :injustice, and who, amid: 1u..ard'.of lancers t ,. : .

4"a' how much more should reason teach us, whoa die' dreamers'. around. them, will still, struggle, manfully sofafs. before?"

:!" '. f are acting in defence of our homes and firesides: ,. R. G. MAYS., Chairman.. :in defence of themselves and tjieir own-- Gen. Marshal,

f, 't to be'united on this subject. A. G. WALKER, Secretary. To what purpose'does it tend,that each'South- conversation had by Gt
f t We ask you then, fellow-citizens, democrats, :
.g& and to aside for the time ern planter, surrounded by his happy and obedient I stated, that if
t whigs, lay your party THEJACKSONVILLE NEWS. :
divisions and join your hands and hearts in this slaves,seeing them enjoying every comfort, provisions, his
Ct"i *a.w great.measure of southern deliverance; here is and informed that they are not go only throughthe supply until

: $ common ground upon which we can all unite. AUGUST 13,1847. medium of abolitionist journals-rests satisfied thest have been
.f r.r t t Let emancipation come upon us and what that if he was
1 4F 4 t would we care for the "Bank/7 "Tariff," 'Consolidation ''f I within I himself, and fears no interruption.Are afford some excuse

the firebrands of the North the less I thought it
,1 }1 ," or any other doctrine which now any very

} separates us into parties. Put them in the active? Do they relax their efforts because upon such an IS.

scale and weigh them against abolitionism,and dantly supplied-
, w- they behold us indifferent to our rights? Do
r.,; they are mere dust in the balance. It is our cipally lancers, :
they hesitate one moment in casting aside the possible for mounted
i', greatest interest now to form union and a- j
. '{ dopt the test which others have made for us.- bonds of party, that they may combine and them from such a, _

:, Let us resolve with the Virginia legislature and FAILURE IN THE .JAILS.-The mails being so attack us with an undivided front? These tisfied from 'his .I

; people gf Alabama, neither to submit to the irregular, we have little or no news from the in- men, to pass
,1 things should be,weighed well by citizenof
every they were by an
Wilmot proviso or cast our votes for any man terior of the State. The mail which should
the South. Let him feel that he has without attack that _
+ K .5 who is not thoroughly opposed to it. Let our once ,
i q ; Tvatehnrord be eternal and uncompromising resistance have arrived from Tallahassee on Tuesday last, only himself to depend upon, and we may yet an attempt to subdue ,

i'-t,' y .to this infamous proviso and its abettors. failed altogether. What is the matter with be saved. Let him once be conscious that his command,IF HE HAD

of ti All other modes of resistance have not only resulted the contractors on that routo This affords a
,, s in but and steady will and untiring energy can alone secure $ii
our dffcat, imparted victory aspirants for
.;t Strength to our opponents. Shall we,try another the acknowledgment of our rights, and ,
; t THE DEMOCRATIC l\IEETING.--We sole merit is success "
N jijtetn years of disasters and defeats, or shall were pleas. posterity may yet thank us for being rescued <
'' we seek relief by union and concert among ourselves ed to witness the spirit and enthusiasm which an- tain to acquire
from ignominy dependence and insurrection. n
,;'lt1 g and hoist the flag of a Presidential can imated the meeting of the Democrats of this ern are a fighting ( :
+i'' e didate'whose life and character give us an assured The Madison meeting is the more importantto
precinct on Saturday evening last. It was nu- ed to vote' for a )
1 : guarantee of his fidelity to the constitution. us.for this reason, that it is the first effort &

yy r :Southern people, now is the time to strike victoriously merously and respectably attended, and an evident that has been made by the citizens of Florida, thing before him ; .
e; for southern rights; and if a majority intention was manifested to rally strongly
a in primary assembly to withstand the torrent
.of us are true to ourselves we will change the ,
around the old banner. LED
\ Capt. WITH having THREATS
fanaticism which threatens to overwhelm the
.issue, and throw upon the north the alternative
' ter. giving us just ice or dissolving the Union. At been called to the chair, a committee of five were institutions of the South in one universal ruin. The following

..all events we shall' know our destiny-whether appointed to select five delegates from this pre The ably written address, which calmly portrays tors of England, Gar
!;l k we are to continue in the Union upon the origi- cinct to the county convention Messrs.DANIEL
the in the House of tlj
condition and
our present tone of so-
nal terms of the of and ,
,g compact equal rights
; : TIIOMS, ROBT. JACKS, F. LIVINGSTON, JOHN: ; M. They were received W l
4 1 qual burdens, or whether we are to regard lemnity of which accords well with our defen-

: them as we regard the rest of mankind, "ene-- PONS, and J..A. BAEBEE, 'were selected by the sive position and the importance of the subject, and uttered with J4

,,4,,W .: mies in war, in peace friends." Longer procrastination committee and received the unanimous vote of will tend greatly to arouse our slumbering we despise the it
and delay can do no good; all,the the On motion it '
meeting. resolved Hi
was that imagine Lord
community to a true sense of the danger which
rr 1 ordinary modes of defence, in this warfare waged -
1 d t a a against our rights, have failed to arrest or the other precincts in the county be recommended '! threatens them, and to make our wire-pulling ken some notice 'of |ni
retard the march of abolition; can we therefore to elect delegates for a county conventionto adversaries aware that the South will not supinely made and are

t' hope, in the face of past events; that a returning be held at Jacksonville at the Court Houseon submit to the blow which is to deprive it vent States, to p' oe

$1 sense of justice will change darkness into Wednesday the'18th inst. far the of he should have felt SI1t
purpose of life and There is but
light, and restore us to our former condition of one course &
' '". peace and safety. This wouldbe hoping against i I nominating candidates for the approaching election us now to Iopt-and the example has been set. directed against all r'b: ; .

'' reason, facts and experience-and it now be- in October next. We trust that all the The people of the South must manifest their States.
+ ft. .comes our duty to devise some other mode of will
precincts to the
respond suggestion,-and "Some,of those ; y<
, opinions. ,The subject must be agitated. Primary -
.action. We risk all the
our by remaining
+ upon
j that we shall have a full representation in the ready set a good
ground we occupy, by moving together in another Convention. : meetings must be held, and declarationsof by tb eju. I should t ;-

X ,t fl s direction, we shall secure regard: and respect county resistance must be.made to the doctrines of ,the example that is ( ) tLi

t,. ,- for our rights. the Proviso. Measures must be devised, 'to As that example has !

' K 4' The proposition for concert and union among THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.-The weather I concentrate the energy and power of the Southin hitherto been -

..t.'aaf'o urs elves upon this momentous question, like still continues to be unseasonably rainy, and its : and 1 should hope that it :
all other propositions: will meet with o PP osin effects i "defence, to present in its behalf an who are in the habit, In
t are now beginning to be shown the
tion. The strength of old party alliances, the upon undivided front during the next Congress. We box (hear, and rb

a '' fears and aspirations of politicians, will not fa- I cottoiL In that which was' planted upon lowlands call for action! action action! Without this States are really a

vor such a movement, because it would merge I the fruit has nearly all dropped off, and nothing can be effected. Without this excuse for not ffi-

,i ., into a higher combination than altogether we do not believe that in this and everything revolution among ,
+' +,, }' mere partymen and would effectually bury theman ,will be lost. no civil war, Which b
looks Johns counties a half of a will be made.
iii 1 ,, > who to "spoils" as a reward. It crop public faith (hear, : pr*
1; ; will be denounced by all this class politicians: To increase the misfortune, that which was A SOUTHERN that the North. g of
as a matter of course, and others may honestly planted upon high lands, has, in one or two instances for the example of :!,,
h ..Ltd oppose it upon the grounds of expediency. To which have come to our knowledge been call the attention of our citizens to the would of themselves >
; these objections, it is sufficient to say v-e ask no importance of acting upon the suggestion tory t blot which *
abandon his attacked by the caterpillar, and in one or two ll'
relinquish principles-we
.- .: ., man which has repeatedly been made that the rious stain upon t ;
r only ask for a union of all parties in the more others, by a green winged insect which has people not differ in, : "it

glorious and noble undertaking of saving our never appeared here before,and which appearsto of the South should hold a Convention to far as this portion of : a*

i common country from the horrors of emancipation. confine devise means of ,defence against the attacks that if it were the : O
itself entirely to the leaf: It i is so
ft!, Unanimity of Southern men in defence which have been and are to be made upon us ment of England to rte
.., of their lives and fortunes cannot surely be acrime early in the season that no estimate can yet be should enforce '

/ for the purpose of resisting northern ag- formed of its ravages, yet we trust they will in Congress. There is but one way,of effecting same rigor as we I cor-
+ ression. Concession conciliation and submission concert of action in the matter and that is by the
J not be so severe as to put an end to cotton plan- ent kind, I think we
have been tried long enough, and have ting altogether. holding primary meetings without distinctionof right, according to "s,

yielded nothing but accumulated wrong and parties In their proceedings in Congress, (hear, hear.. ) dj
additional injury. Resistance; firm and united On the contrary corn and the fo 'I
sugar cane the statesmen of the North of both parties have ';I do not wish, sir i .
and that too by a peaceful mode, will change were never better. And as it is "an ill wind with that assent I

:, the whole character of the contest, and place us which blows no one any good," the heavy rains never hesitated to 'unite, when they hoped to eral principles laid : :*, i

i upon a position of safety. which have drowned the cotton have aided profit by any attack upon the South. Shall.we. Although 1 entreat i o*" I'
Agitation began at the north, and is still our who are acting in our own defence refuse to public policy, not to I pl.I I
prosecuted there, and shall we fold our arms in citizens in another way. The immense ranges the obligation which I .
profit by the example? There is *,
O t fatal slumber until we wake up in the midst which are covered with cattle, yet are'usually no throw upon it;yet I :{#. -

of ruin. Such criminal apathy, environed as so scant of herbageas to afford them but a poor political principles required.. We ask not, of warning those: ,
we are by such danger, would render us wor- we wish 'not that our party organization be are fully alive to
thy of chains and manacles. No human: fiat are covered this year* with a dense broken down The Tariff and the Bank may people, and the, time iT-

can change the condition of southern slavery, luxuriant vegetation which will vastly improvethe be the' will no longer sit the
evenyet of contention. The
and it must continue to exist precisely as it is, quality of the meat. Fatter beef has never source injustice'that have dfi

or the expulsion or extermination of one of theraces beenraised in Florida than that which has b 'en Congress of '4S, may afford a repetition' of the of.this coup l. T : .
will follow. The two races cannot live scenes in that,of '44. But in our advocacy of British nation will : ; j to, I
; together equals-it never has been the case, killed this year, and we hope the attention of Southern rights, in our defence of our institu sum of 15M()000 OOOI, ( i .< i

F j and never will be. Let any man who is a father our drovers will be turned to the importance of tions at least paid (hear, hear,).. : I i
we can meet neutral
husband or brother, ask himself if he wouldbe curing their meat here, and of not impairing its on ground, proper efforts, and /*:

willing to receive the black man as his equal,, quantity and quality by driving itoif into and struggle for that.which'-.-.is of- interest. to their engagement, : & I
in these social relations; his answer everybody us all. try 'whatever men { !

knows would be never, never, never! Look at Georgia and Middle ;Florida. ,Some offset can A correspondent whose communication, nailed by public w .

w this subject in any way you please and it is.sur- then be.made against failure .of the cotton be' ; .votes of parliament.( ) : 'I it A .
'flr'. rounded with difficulties uwzta/and fostered crop. found in another c l1l1'IU11.8 gg ests:a meeting! that hitherto. ea

1>y the vile spirit of Abolitionism. Viewed as a of the citizens of,this place, without. .distinctionof :and..to insist on the p : ( I I .

I naked question of property,or as one of Constitutional GEN. SCOTT IN MEXICO CITY. party. We trust that his suggestion'will be hear.) ;
,;+r y right, emancipation can only be effected Wepublish: acted "-"And, sir, we have, !'
i uponand that :It cannot be ;
)5 this week the article from the 'N. ,0. National speedily. .
:if in convulsions of blood and carnage. The .is not because .we". ., :..
1t treachery ofsome, the timidity of some,and the announcing the rumor that Gen.SCOTT had en- acted upon: too ..soon, for there, ,is'much to be,; States 'one:or all of- : : _.

w, R cautious prudence of others may still recom tered the City of Mexico. We are not disposed said1andl j done before v ,.the** 'm eetin,g>of*.the next- :' abstain from: taking '

t,, mend us to meet northern unanimity by southern to believe it for there are Congress. Itis; only ;by,such, assemblies as friend urges' meto.t_ ; "..""
,, t y pusilanimity, and to take counsel of truckling der many.reasons ren. these that:the requisite enthusiasm and vrays;I..trust have, : fi .
it energycan
t submission rather than manly action improbable. From the cautious manner her: sub. J eetsfivm ;
I .4i That although every breeze that blows from the in which Gen. SCOTT has approached the capital, be maintained, to tarry'us'through tho appreaching -( face of the earth.. Jt .

t1 north is tainted with the poison of abolition contest.. two weeks : .f:
Aa r' we should naturally expect to hear that he had Wlthin.one: or ofPoveribeta qU. I
a if i, and the little cloud not bigger than a'man'shand ; started. for the_ city. before. should J learn'thsithehad the time.should,be appointed,and,wo trust. that,. therefore: ,let no rOI: : I 1J,
,we '
has spread over the'whole horizon, and :' .. .. ', '. citizens uaivron; 8g ;deceive: ,
threatens. to break over our heads'in a'storm of arrived there. We imagine: rumor our will feel a.the impor. ,tanc'. e r''prompt."gitatioDrq.t.t either that the I : .

t gloom and misery; that although every mani: will turn out like that, of the delegation at 'the e,matter.. :, main for ever cq i I. : ; j; ,

;t. festation, religious and political, indicates the RioFrio "*< w.Y ,: 's .r.-r juries of this kind.,, ; :7,
a: settled of,the north ] tp
c purpose and has already the government to e
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ar. :
;; actually crushed and ground into'dust all ourS 'WH.. SALIBRU1" ,Y: 1 4 ple of>.this. country, ; I "
b ;: :
t? tamer peaceable' grounds .defence i ,....yet' in have.received a number" ,, An! ,absurd.report'has gonejherouncb: ; :of,the! have. 'ample means I ; : '

i spite of these array of facts, some men will still of the. "Act8' ,"? a new; liemocrd..tic'paper' ; published press,' :.haying .originated in, the New..Orleans: sure of justice; (hear: : : a:

Si oppose southern! deliverance._ !Such men are to .at Ckrkcsyiile,''Geo, ,by.Messrs.andjDLAiiR. .:EiiAN ns; La Patria,".to the> ectihat Government:had, ''. -_ .. .- .. ;
be found in whose .. ,. .
: temperaments '
} every age, and ; :
dispositions,lead them to submit to'any"wrong .", '. > .: ItJsV..lively. .. ;,and. '"spirited. ", r' y al ,"entrusted- thei $3L000i000 e. p pto: prnited' by the- The Troy Whig:: : : ? .

I : s ,-+, perpetrated under semblance ,of'law' and'au.' !1n:1l !ably-.advocates' .the;;cause it.Has ,eppused:!-:.., r Congress, .for.the" "t-use. .'o I: .the. President. .. .to" ad. retraction'In'regard> : : ? 'i
t to tuority.. To them"bur appeals will be;vain, but uceessto. an old friend, and,may,he'have plenty just,our,:'difficn-.- ltiosvrith'!i, :; -: -ico/W;; F iMk.CAVpJJELL ':: ,treasury'Questionsi"Some: say,he lGej } : ? ; .r .
the sturdy men of southern birth and of subscribers and those : .a b
( ; south ,
: the
,: ,vtqorqf? ; Tpayingsort ,'bur CohsiilalHavaiii! ";to.be employed 'naiional'bank;, : : ;
our .
s ( ern feelings,; :appeals wUl/ndtoe.lost: f.the ,; '-Iiiez:aft iwi g"I./"Aegis"''th'e incontes}; "THE .> : ; '
waHTns(or ,
fearful progress'of abolition the love of ouriui: t bribing.thele ingmeni: i Mex|ipo;:and: induce
; ; .
hip -
tire soil, and_our helpless offspring',call'upon ins { ;facjf;|is i resented 'our'mind tha t"'Eili' .t... _.,,to,- bets. l' .tkeirco! <0\, ,.....;.A ; rte from.. ... healthy tHat;condition there; : < ,
to tho and;$outh Florida ogetier 'ftt'hoidaiisanT: shows -
t meet mergency.'like freemen- -and on :.t : .he total able n ceof., .r iauthontjr', for,this''tiromor_ ,- reglilatorrfima: Jth : ;
*-*. our heads:be the blood, which dle' the Clarkesville : : i... 11,
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a ur fearsy.our in, ,. tp people"! jhthe'way: of ad- the "utter'"S ':
v, difference ; : f. .,,. .,_ ", ,. posbyeft'ecti 1'krh'by jthjl: Ufapd ;Lion todisturt : .. '
or'treachery'inay to flow : 1 "
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mthjuibii ,
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believed that have fallen back ,
t trier aes. they BUSTLE'ROW inigltp eijndersJgned in mo&fvora.cmtitythe1avi. 'and' : a. .
bY the lAwyers { ( upon !Thl;B&CL ... send ;weman"' _A. til4'lrildelehere
sateD r maybe called' to >,: i-"Oh cast!ttjgoqfromThou % ble.c potion,'befprt the ;: they'niihtnott.aIfl, se'. '' ": .1.1
depUb Luis Potosi:or thedistrict of.coun- ..' Alternative'but to."perform the idutj themselves. to_ ,b1..1hD. .But'heneitherdi&tm t... .
s. -The market is almost bare of there and Tampieo.! 53 ,i -T that;bust1 J'ro i liyck, .' ? ..". ;:: -: -:i, ,' .,'. *r resBes.' iea'im.' ,. 'J W

Btfva fcat it h8 b663* proposed to Man": (Gen. T.) keeps along in the pillowed one be slui awhile.; : ,The Grand Jury say'that "a Very eon derable -' but ea'g ;.thd :public':to!'bdieW'ttat ,te his :

to take measures to increase ,jog-trot fashion, so to speak. He has :Is there no charm in sterner:facts' ** ajaount of money-has been paid out of the i ,d e ';. ,\ tJi ...oif Jl&e..
Ittee old brown coat, and now moves about Is there no grace iiTou'ye smaller style ,County Treasury! ,_the order of r ther 4udgo | County. mmsaonter- $fB saysalut'kr' : :

f11 shirt sleeves, and that same shock of Probate,'as President:of the Board of Coqntyi hundred and: seventy':Collarshaa' been fo repairs 3 !I :

jLrt .--The late advices from hat. To answer all the questions put bound much cotton in your dressy.AD Commissionersand 'that "ther.presumption iat j .of the Court House'and Jail, asd the bfllsTegularly.paajed '
jagh there are large quantities I connection with the Presidency by his **springs and whalebone round thy wptj'But .thatr4he'orders'thus:'given: by the said.'Judge by the Board*but.'whr clo' ;Q
thAt a1 the United States, would prove a you have squeezed j urstinucb1ess/ were first sanctioned and'approye&by the saidBoardj he not,tell -what be nieof-tjb, Jaiee'aotexpended : i

jcli i ia the East, the liberal labour,the manuscript copies In cruel bonds of cloth and- tape f ; ''_ v .though no.evidence ofthit.fact has been. $325, as the.Grand Jury tell us therein beea': '

the1Will prevent any further rise. would form a ponderous political cat- 4 prraented-_ ttie'Grand Jury.?!, y" b in all t: WhditwsadIs -
You took
for 1f.hoSCO.
,,:1.-Of all kinds is very poor this Igaveitthtf my corn my'confwaslqsVf.bag a skirt :i. ,Whatever the;presumption may be,1 the fiicti ,burled O' j 1'O$. those &lii.le4b'the.-. ajT -
# is that "th ,orders ,thus said whether' they -
.- /given by the were'regulai' '
and absence of ,
; Gifrt are raisin AL OF THE WASHINGTON. The,stiff grass cloth ybulbVdtb,. flirt, ? -
Judge.3 were not all t- sanctioned :and approved -; I3d1Had. th Judee of ProWer xerd8td
I IJfS from abroad, has left aU other T IN BREADSTUFFS.-Cotton Steady. You never smiled but at_my cost1: by the Board.5 ,The bill*oraccounts for: the sam becoming modesty in ill matters u hd

jrtret pres.J'rf mship Washington, Capt Hewitt, ar 0 speak not now,:Fve seen enough ._ ; '-which'jom of thosej;-orders were;dine : has in respect of exercising hia' right-to,vote ia:
Friday about half 12 o'clock from never brought to the notice of,the undersigned ,the Board,that ,of:the
.-Continue very high (say 5 past How can ease live where bishops d well I part lustory CouatyT '
whence she sailed on the 15th 1 know that do stuff' ;. and the orders themselves were:drawn without ffai'iCh'h j handles; with such a 'de1icat '
cke5)) eleven days later than our advices I only see you mean to swell., sanction approval by:th m Such as' were' touch, would, neTerhave'beeii born into, the! '
Begin to more active as : you drawn.without : will world of facts., He -
jors.- grow ; : in Boston. RUGBY. authority pointed out. fould have escaped-- and '
jgfor grasshoppers advances. is not important. The weather Jacksonville Aug.. ISfA- J847 when the items are particularly-referred to the County Ctomnu ners bee left to bear,the:

I&oJ.-Is in good demand principally favorable, and there is scarcely room ", The, ,Grand.Jury further ''say that 'i their'opinion whole responsibility;- They 'd):>i et feelinclK ff
abundant harvest. Even the Pota. : the.. CotUlty'pomnusslonenu"Ye: neg-. ,ned, however i as the matter how stands,'to bear. l
,, flufacture of long staples, which have to be very generally healthy, and to. Preventionof Infection from> Typhus 'ever.Mr. .- lected or_'improperly performed .the duties'imposed the burden er any errors ,or miitakesbuttbefrJadgeCrabtrehmj I

been the cause of much agitation bountifully. In Markets,.there is lit.. J. C. Smith obtained .5000 from' .partia upon them'by.their oaths of'office, by the'
dealers.LOAFERS.. but a continued improvement in, ment for the following recipe :- law, and by the public/1tereStS. ;'In respect to, :;to pass the.whole(Jbundle'OTcr to the.Commirioner *-! -
I too Business. Take' six drachms of powdered nibe (salt,- the expenditures of; the public money-Qie sequel 'they,take this opportunity of returning 1 t

.-Remain without change. there had been judicial develop petre) and six drachms,of sulphuri acid (oil of' will show that' they-"have iiot. neglected, that ,pj>rtion -which is Wafpecufiar property;' I 4

griRirs.-The presence of a large corruption in the matter ofM M. vitriol), mix them inatea. cup. .By addtng one' their duties, but have always':been prompt inflttendarice they have rio us? fQithemi&.i taeir errors.

j0Cst.mers ha produced a little Pellapra members of the Government. ',drachm of the oil at.'a time a copious'discharge ,'and willing, whenever they'could,' and infirmities are as much as they CMI bear.

in this line. Whisky is doing as adduced fastened guilt upon M. of nitrous acid gas will take pla:, The cup to perform all'necessary:,labor,in the discharge -,Having thus. ,.explained theirco diictUfrz. '

ity The market cavil or donbt, and tended strong to be placed during the preparation on7 a hot thereof. w Jf they have timproperly perf imed" .S-'imea.nd space will 'pen ; thej-trilliBgly

.j d be expected. others. At the close of the sit- earth or a place of heated iron, and the mixture .their duties any ejror on their part'was not intentional. -, submit themselves tothe judgment of just and -

jjgyj&ed with high rchines, owing to 12th inst. M. Teste, having return- stirred with a tobacco plpe. The quantity of .,,, reasonable public. In: closing; howerery they

nlence of the spirit for protecting dogs. prison in the Luxembourg, attempted gas may be regulated by lessening or increasing The undersigned are now brought to thecon-, would suggest the propriety of a lawreqt ring. .

HiiiHEB.-Continues very wet and firing two pistols. one into his the quantity of the ingredients.. The above is sideratifln of the items for which the expenditures the Commissioners 'of each County in the State .

missed, and another aimed at his for a moderate sized room ; half the quantity were made. publish in the most convenient newspapers,
to the unsettled state of
driingprobably would be sufficient for a small room. Avoid as Mr.. Barbe' bill the an annual of the amount of
the ball did not penetrate his body. First then as to s for statement money received -
rs*relations. under strict guard. much as possible breathing the gas when ,it construction and finishing of apartments and into the" County Treasury and the amount .

[COMMUr JCA'J'ED.] and Queen of the Belgians are in first rises from the vessel. No injury to the materials-whioh the Grand Jury.say were for' expended, and for what purposes. Li
a visit. lungs will happen when the air is impregnatedwith the benefit of the Judge of Probate and County ALBERT GPfflLWSi % !

Jeemes my son what on airth are you that Louis Philippe's health is fail- the gas, which is called nitrous acid gas Commissioners. -apartments were.not'constructed ELIJAH BLITCH. .

: lather inarm, Pse only tryin to but attributed to stockjobbing. and it cannot be two widely known ,that it possesses by order of_the:County Commissioners, ELIJAH HIGGINBOTHAM, ,1i

, this fflortal foil? and he kicked about family are at Dreux, commemorating the property of preventing the spread of or with their consent first obtained. The first County Commissioners. -

: tf make off the bed. of the Duke of Orleans. fever. intimation that the undersigned had ortle Jacksonville, August 13th,"1847. It. ; ) '
construction of those apartments' was when -'
sj could a tale unfold" as the A Congress of Nationr.-'--lt is proposed thata --
I : DISCOVERIES7'Ize Slave Trade.- they were invited into them to hold a Session $MCDEDt1I ;
: ilen she unwrapped her bustle to all our readers interested in Afri- congress of representatives from'all'commercial the Board. The biUs for construction were From and after this'date, the arrivals and: ; t

I! lushand his Sunday boots. much satisfaction to learn that counties should assemble at Brussels, in then presented paymenWthe advocacy of departures of the mails will be as follows: ti
the traveler, has reached this coun- the kingdom of Belgium, during the month of Judge Crabtree for the construction of those The Northern mails will arrive on Sunday's -

escaping all the dangers of a journey September next, to take into consideration the apartments commenced after he had taken'the II and Wednesdays, at 9 o'clock, p.'M. and close. 4
from the New Orleans Picayone, 1st ) unknown parts of South- question of the influence of free trade and protection whole .responsibility ordering them,to be I on Tuesday's and Friday's. at 4 o'clock P. u., 1

, THE LATEST RUMOR. Afri(a. He has come home richly la- upon the relations of nations, and their' 4one without the knowledge or consent of the : The Western and Southern mails, will arrive .
igood deal of excitement was information. We regret to learn, interests. Already'many distinguishedrepresentatives undersigned. Thus far Judge Crabtree is obnoxious i on Tuesday's and Friday's:' at 7 o'clock"p., at -

yesterday afternoon between 2 that the Slave-trade is rapidly gaining from England, France, Germany to censure, for he erred in outstripping and close on Sunday's and Wednesday's, "at 4 .
fat, by the issue from the office of Angola and the adjacent countries, and Italy, have given notice of their.in- the boundaries of propriety far as to take it o'clock, P. M. JOHN M. PONS, P.M.- ;
extra Gen. detriment of tentions to take part in the discussions, and an himself to for the Commissioners Jacksonville. .
tow of an announcing legitimate commerce;; upon act County : July 20th, 1847. : -
cance into the city of Mexico. We n notwithstanding reputed vigilance: invitation to the citizens ,of this country to be without authority;' and to arrogate to himself :j

jirKtali the opinions of our readers,but a vast number of slavw have present by their representatIves has been given. I power which he did not possess. But the NOTICE.SIX .

SaaonaTs extra in lull for Br.uil-the exports of a few This invitation to persons fall opinions on undersigned never have doubted the proprietyof WEEKS after date the '
( the ordinary amount of this subject, comes from the Belgium Free Trade providing a public office for the Judge of undersigned
firs. SCOTT is TIlE CITY OF Mexico!! past Association and is apply to the Honorable the Judg of. '
vessel had even been in the presented through the Belgium -: Probates or a receptacle for the records
equipped proper Probate
KIL BETWEEN SANTA ANNA AND \ \ commissioner for the County of Duval, for Letters of' I" q
the chief Portuguese settlement at York as we arc in- i and papers in his office. They cannot conceive
in the from the formed on the Estate Joseph Alveres '
There is news city by the Evening Post. ,
Africa, where the British and Por i how such things can be for the sole'enefit of late of said County'deceased. -
17th. It .
Mexico as late as July came Mixed Commission sits, and had suc I the Judge Probates. and County Commissioners v *,
Mexican courier who came by the The Modern Balel. Tte N. Y. BARBEE .
bra -
escaped with a cargo of slaves. Among Express gives .! any more than the Court House and Jail August 13th.'1847.
Alvarado to Vera Cruz. ( the I 6w
(Orizaba and implicated in this affair was following list of languages now spoken in are for the soje benefit of ,the Judge of the Circuit r

Scott entered Mexico on the 17th of J Portuguese members, who has in that city : Chinese, Manchoo, Turkish, Arabian, I. Court and Grand Jury. It is highly important Brought |p. Jail, r"

met with no opposition on his way from been expelled from his post by the East Indian,Moorish Congo Mendlan, English, to the interests of the whole County, ON MIltbyhstthe' 9th instant '-a

mill he arrived at Peuon, about S Garman, Scottish', Irish, Danish, Norwegian, I that the Judge of Probates should have a public Negro Man calling himself SAM-who,

tk city. Here a slight gkirmish the trade less active on the North Swedish, Polish, Finnish. Russian, Austrian separate office; the titles, of property, the K isabout2yearsofagedarkcomplex.

tfeenhis advance and the Mexicans : of Africa. We learn by the latest Italian; French, Maltese, besides the dead languages rights of widows and orphans, of executors, administrators ion about Sleet 6 inches in height-and t

latter fell back. The civil that u the slave-trade is very brisk, and those spoken by several tribes of and guardians, depend upon the says he belongs to Mr James Sanchez,.of St. _
Gen. Sti ,
one out to meet Scott : considered possible to suppress it until American Indians. safe keeping of the'records and papers'belong Augustine. The owner is requested to come

entered hito by which the persons and is treated as piracy." If such be the i ing to his office It is of equal importance to forwardprove his property;, pay all charges, .
ty of the citizens Mexico were to be ; it will never be suppressed ; for many A Cockney's Opin.ion.- .Notwithstanding all the public, therefore, that place: of deposite and take him away. WM. GROTHE,

tiiis accomplished, our unny marched Jlow.'r] jxwerlul States France among the that is said, I consider the colored population should be provided for these "records and papers August:13th: 1837. Town Marshal,
into the city of the Montezumas.This .refuse to regard it in that light. of this country 'appy.-Yankee Doodle. 1 as for those appertaining to the Circuit
reached here .
important news conviction, frequently' expressed, is, Court Entertaining these views, the under- CAUTION/
been'withheld for President Polk it is
but has said has
positively :
I the
demand for new Slaves is so signed consulted with several persons acquainted A LLPERSONSareherebcautionedagains.
that we do not understand. The the story as to sending Roman Catholic : .
: it undoubtedly is both in the Spanish with the value of labor and materials with '
xtradiiig ;my wife Abigail Wright on.
wnrti\ch it to us priests to Mexico in the .
xre putoiisa seems as spies guise of Chap
this and Brazil, and the traffic yields such lains. The building, before they would ons to sancti9nwhat my account;and further, from purchasing from
that is that the
The courier brought news report President declares .
Mexico profits, as to cover all the risk of cap- he uttered had been done by the Judge of Probate, her-any 'property that belongs to me, as I am. .
J from the city via Orizaba never a word to Mr. McCalla or ,
to put large fortunes into the pockets any or to approve the bills for the construction of a determined not to anyofher debts or to
Crux in fire days if the weather is body else from which such, an idea could be in; pay / .
Probate Office. that the bills
under circumstances. The Ia.8 it is in vain to seek its ferred. Being satisfied allow her to sell any. property that belongs to. .
any by an armed system of cruising, were reasonable from the representations of me.' LEVI WRIGHT.
left Yen the It _.
Cruz 23d. will be
on adds to its horrors without dimin- -- the persons with.whom they jconyereed. or whom Alligator1 August 6,'47. '2t. I
that this allows seven days for the extent. Government spends upward *Iarrctt, they consulted rather, they -approved the bills q

reach Vera Cruz by the route we have a year on this service, without I and ordered them to be paid j it,wast with great NOTICE bt
We know upon the highest the point at which it aims. Surely, In Nassau County, on the] 25th uli, by the I reluctance, however, that they did so,1; 'as they hereby given that SIX MONTHS after date, .

there is a letter now in this city of the wiser measures should be adopted. Rev. Mr. MCDOXALD, Mr. GEORGE SAULS, to did not'wish to sanction any unauthorized.action iS shall'apply.to, the Honorable Judge of the 4 -

Ij vho, from the city of Mexico. The : Reporter. Miss ADELINE, second daughter of GeorgePendarvis in their name ; but finally they were inclined Probate Couri"of Nassau county for/my die--
gave us the information has a to believe that the work had been done' charge from the'Execirtorship;on thVjSstate of

15th.in which is mentioned the .--Transpose two letters in the Esq. of this county.Passengers. by Mr. Barbie in,good faith, and that a refusalto William Walker late of said county, deceased.' '

families Tinkees.about leaving from the rumor7' respecting the accident to .pay might involve the county in. a flaw suit, WM. A. RUSSELL, Executor. '.

and you will have the"undefil- creating more expensethan the payment of the : 6m. t
Santa Anna and Canalizo had '; of the whole afliair. lie had been Per Steamer St. Matthews from Savannah, bills of.Mr.-Uarbee. JulYfl2.l&ll.:

toni the defence of the city. Canalizo to death by a gull-probably said August 9th.-: II. Wonton. Mrs. Gunby and The bills for the construction of an office for foreign Perio4icals.EEPUBLIC'ATIori ." ;7 31?
.ant the city injured, as there was no rumor had it that he had the Judge of Probate and for a case, for,the records .
Mccessful resistance. He preferred to servant, S D Fernandez, lady and servant, J "
almost to death by a bull.-Post. and papers of his office were sanctionedand OF : -
froops in the plain and there decide Latimer,lady and servant, G Yale, L S Philpot, approved, and ordered to be paid by the THE LONDON QUARTERLY \, ,:. ;,., '- '

**& Santa Anna would not agree to e always heard there was a great deal and 4 deck. County Coni ssione1'8. So far as these itemsare THE..EDINBURGH'REVIEWi.; ,

opposition was made. J ; in religious! matters," said Mrs. concerned the Judge 'of- Probate'had_full THR NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, :.i. ,

Tae entrance of Gen. Scott into ; tand this must be the reason why MARINE INTELLIGENCE. authority to draw orders for their payment.- :THE WESTMINSTER ,BEvnsWiAKD. .:i'r. t

ru1r. From the letter of the 13th of life is so dear,''" at the same time Perhaps the Commissioners erred .in notrepu-: ,- iBLACKWOOXPSIBINBURGH :.

vely of the preparation of the attentively her pew rent bill; "how PORT; OF JACKSONVILLE, AUGUST 13. diating the con'tractbetween_ Mr.Crabtree and .MAGAZINE. "

theoty to move on the approach of does cost, to be sure. Salvation is -- -.- -- Mr Barbee,and leaving Mr., Barbeeto_ look.tohia -- .
Mi of the quarrel between Santa Anna now-a-days. like insurance-the ARRIVED. ,employer for payment. If they did they T. above.Periodicals.are. printed in N w. :

J.UO as to the defence of the city, and have of it the more it costs you" and 9th.-U.S.\l.lil Steamer St. Matthews Chase erred in judgment.not in intention. Ic will be YoVk: ,!Immediately on their arrival by the

there is a letter in the city of the up the receipt and put it in her reti Savannah, via Darien, Brunswick, and St. Ma., for a candid public to say_ whether, under,the British"steamers, in"a beautiful clear type, on tj

ry's, to Ferna.ndez& Bisbee.-Merchandize toT circumstances; they did not act with propriety. fine white paper, and are faithful copies of the

,: the courier that brought through 0 Holmes & Co.. Moss & Cp., Fernandez"* & The bills for candles, brushes, penknives,dippers :originals-BLACKWOOD'S' MAGAZIS& being an .

"the 17th brought news of Gen, of Democratic Ruin.-A Mexican Uisbee, Gillett & Hazzard, Bellows & Santo,0 ribbons, sand, eta, etc, chairs and stationery exact* _fac-simile of the Edinburgh edition. ,

,e the city. We have no doubt of the victories ';toG tedious to mention." I Congar, M Kiel, G Yale, J L'Engle, J EHyams, were never sanctioned, or approved ordered The wide spread fame of these splendid Periodicals ',
renders it needless to their
The report peace,with torrents of"the hard. A M Read, and S D,Fernandez to be paid by the undersigned, or with .' sayiiitiehTin/ '
Editor of the Picayune famine, relieved by our lbUl danc llth.-U. S. Mail Steamer Ivanhoe,'_, Savannah their knowledge consent. praise. As literary''organs; thiy'stahd farmadiicelf'anyyorksof _

** rumor,remarks reduced, with revenue and credit via Darien, Brunswick, and Mary's, It may be well here to state why1 j the County ; a sumhur* stamp now"'
we hare not a doubt of the perfect to Fernandez & Bisbee. Commissioners have not met as required'by law, 'p publishedAwhile: political .complexion j
.. tie] editor of the each is.marked by dignity: tundorand forbearance ..
National in his lengthening their furrows. CLEARED, -two of the County Commissioneisrepaird to ,
igence but we unable d it r themselves :iiot ofteik'found, in works of,a'party -
lalne are to dreaming they are princes. 7th.-r-J5rig John H. Stephens, Collagafl Bos Jacksonville reported .ftpv.tKe .jl
conclusion with him. We fear : buying places for work ton. Judge of.Probatey'for t1IeirpOS e of holding "a, characterjTh _

cement! entirely premature. All 9th. rSchr. North Carolina, Eldridge" Boston Session on the first Monday 'of April, A. D.,. ey embrace. the'views of the three great
\nce conUinc-1 in the extra of full of coin. ,1847. The Judge informed them. that ..
'; "Blackwood'7.and the London Quarterly" are '.
and could not then attend,to the business -
iI_ commanicated to us on and rivers full of steamers. 10th.-Steamer St. Matthews Chase Savan engaged '
-c. it did not then to: the first _Torythe flnarghReviewThig and thU *
command our ( last not least our schools and ; theytherefore. adjourned", :\ .
luently was not communicated to full of chilJren.'N. 0. Courier. nah.13th..-Steamer Ivanhoe, -, Savannah., ,Monday of\tMay,:when they again called ;itponthe. ).yestm The: >inster ofthe, ,UE-PEINTS isless..thann' i'1f'- .
:yesterday morning. We have .Judge and informed hiin-thtke7 were price :
V>change the opiufon we first ;; leand.-The'N. T' prepared to hold, .Session,"for'the transactionof .: third of tim'of;- the foreign-cptqs and wliile .
to Starving
lty! Relief .MESSRS GJLLETT & HAZZARD, they wefl-got the*afforJaUthat :
nit the follow- :- business. 4 The 'Judge informed them that up; '- ,
.. . of the 31st gives advantage 'tKthes.Ameani'h Eii 'I1 : 4
----- been made e' an'd'saidJthiLt they had -
- -- there not : ,
llUJJ TILE amount,of contributions in the United CHARGES having through was a quorum r -& -rf .5 -- --- -- ?
Alt\If OF GEN. suffering Ireland and Scotland, from of your columns ,against the undersigned 'oetterI1 dj iirnwhicbthej. i'gly reader.'. ;'.,} :'.:*.."1 I.
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Editor of the Commissioners of Duval" But it strange,that two" TERMS'pATMEirPTa '; ,
Delta obtained the 1st to July 31st,,1847 : County bya did., ; they thought yery -' StADBlci : ; rc k
1flfOrmjo from Lieut. Niles of the the New'York Relief Com Presentment'of the Grand: urj therein publishedy -' .besides"the Judgeshoiuctj&e quorum wnen" BE_ ]' 1. =. .*- t
-nent lfli volunteers: $200.000 of having expended the public money in taxes'are-to Jje levied, b 1tsho 1 not he'e.o For any one.of.thTB four Reviews, J11-an am' iI
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I > n
do. -
5- .
bthe hejth of all the troops is good other Committees. in other an improvident extravagant, and.unnecessary rum"for thje.examination :"and.'::approval,:of accounts -, For any Jbpox hree .do ; 7 *" J'- "

; ,Monterey, Cerralvo, Mier and 250,000 manner; they deem' 'proper.through the same ,. 'or.for.other-:business." : How- ').the, Judge, Forallfourofthe-Reviews Forany !* '

:5 k applies! to thosc recently by the Irish and Scotch, 600,000 medium to declare,the motives ,which'actuated .,of Probate'shoul'd bewilling.to;" 4;one,C:1.S .ForBhckwood/s Magazine, 8 3' u '*. \ @ ;
'thrit I M the more acclimated. Gen. them in what they have done; to explain, what and nbfin the:Bother ihey, lo- jao# understand.They : ',* > t 4 :
and Reviews
tollUnand at the present time in seven months, $1,050,000 seems to be understood, to:correct what,is ':tJierefoj/ '}that they,ought >ot,'t :For- 'Blackwood" the4 ;l 10' : : '

,$I. en-Ilot more Of these ( en. not'fully or correctly stated,'and to justify what.. :.be'ceflaui'ea.'for: JSoing'whai they '.have. .. ,_shown. ": ,CLUBBING. .:: 'f<::
1heeq at Buena Vista 2.900, or is to be on the main line of the they believe be'just anaprOpei": <5 '-, i:thatthe: ;J ud, qfbatoniespOflsiblefo ; ; <"J"/Four be sent copies to of any address or all,qf. ."bO -eJ1'orq of the r > .
one ,
1fn. immediately under Gen. and New Orleans Magnetic.Tele Such a statement and 'explanation''is due to ;'ojrjforleaving undone what they.could.ipt. > >on. -

j 800; and at Mier, Cerralvo The Savannah Republican says: the tax payers f f this county-and to tM s lves. ',d fQtwan of cc.oper4on.! -. fO. P ,.8 lptOJ.rfot.t -j.e.r2Di', 1 P1'>;i' .r -
there must 'with firm: Crabtree, in his communication being gratis.; >.. ._. ,..1t'UIr.Dr
are about 3.300. This route determined on is from Augusta, They speak.plainlythe-truth: Judge says Eemittanc and U
l:tllere1ied on. ( en. Wool is (Ninety mile Station to Savan' 'ness,:but with an intention.to- injure to oni? :that nQch! >rge.pf having,improperly>Wied.t1e madeinallcas. C !OA to 19 the- vi
GJ1flrch will let he for themselves.- tjasi been made against hlia by the .be : ;; withoutexpenscs:
foryarJ to San Luis on the line of the Central Railroad They speak public money: be enclosed in"a le't H;
4:Ay10r bllt betore be gives that ; and thesce by the shortest route .to lfr their-kjondtct calls,;for:-public censure-, they, ::Grancli Jury in
tlat a force of 1050l)0 men all The Savannah .Chamber of Com must submit;feeling; however, that'they-have"honest fdid he,tl4zkit 4ecy.torepIy-foi'thepii.> x-pbst-pmd N.T&f}The)Postage tg 931 Periodicals is

II: erT1ce, be Placed under his subscription$10,000 to, "acted with'at desire discharge theirdutyfaithfuIUr poaOfhi1tiflg the nsibitty.froxrbi.oiiflhuldcrs : ;., red '- (0 Office lair to' bOUt me i

Ilea tomen to advance with him which secured it to tiaI1n .?'-NOT- :; .to thep ?.,*If they have not upon' :tIise.of.the':Cou yiConiMit.iioners' : d.illifim.1rat: PjM'm g.ajejimportait, .
nnt.iaeanihhnat -
i Presentment,'did -
his garrisoJllL tome < :succeeded:r the.'fullsejttentjbf theiwisbestheir ; t;;I ; ; ,
in the
leed*larger! torce b "4ndulgJQt';'tellow-c1tlzens will.attribute, ::willvJjhowAfor'itaelll.: ;If to eipanai.ti6mwas : saving expense
necessary, and ; ,.all.tu. $ 4id. 2'oirnj
to the ; The-sales public lands"in, ''their'want'OD8uccess to error 0 judgment; 'but n ec ss V r caUevrh1''a; heiiot y, ."f( : -
Department stating of -
re 1.f '
: 'P.fted Stutes t.ohi.k 4
krougAm-Pit >
ere :! the that the [
) twt County
110t to be 'nottcrt'eort'desi n lf ; show U sachiww ; :
il eent forward he to 1,843,527,05 acres/producing ; ft :
; Wqt tttl ," : I Ihe ,
'irect .faiZBfl4l1t. j
; fIi it' willbe. ne- .responsible'J\tol'*P the{- -
S2)000! three pursutn thisjaxpliaatibn ICommissioners :
.. 4 men; but that If he : 03)7 ;and. during.the first; -. ; ; he.Tirer:1: &iJl Df ,Nt1 Dr thtse.PmIJ 7VL11 &
'! require aggregate force ; : :; present, 1,72 S 401,1f acres, were, essary< to (caminevtherPresentment; ?of-lthe, ers.hichhe'ba$4raW u pon' !dli11ut._FllEEOE.'PqX.4QllfEON : ; ; : -
COoo e *w rules the necessary: : t& to $2222ip20; 77., 'The.aggre Grand;Jury' and;also :therisommunication: 'of'.. :Oi if Jihad,erred'in Judgment in supposing 1 ,a prr.t Us'f _; -
1 -
rt4tlfor. It "w nov known that /hi claimCd for' sale,'during Judge Crabti sej and .shoe.f< iwhat: -expenditures !. that he,could dratf:those''ordersJnrithottt I '' 11 Y rL" .
t-ciissio1iydid he itotcOThe1OTfld : : .
if .
the &spqiWbl antl.for inctT -
:ui lerslgned '
1irchingtO : '
San Luis is year'wJ SSSjWSjBlcres. :
Potosi ,
ti 1 v i 1 : iidigni4miiily ugl3t.h/I841' Yoil _
: < : pT .
II i ordinary cases is' J\. ;what the. Jud' ;e.tbthireijionsible; _. & :
?Dad ; tj -Th "i ': hDtl J a" e'didin t. :ed..statementofwhat: heitad4qneiDid With :.. ; :
)4 from Camargd to -iStr w..l..ah: ,WFW. _, iuPtJ m mG \ .
I .
: fa tin communicatidn .aiid h i ':1$'W 1iJ.d'itbbt"h J een:1ft: r ? ., .', .
'aid1ytre.1r'as indeed is th wholc j ;: f St.Louis,during the yca ending, state:aII:::th ;his *ijpstice to'Tthe' Co riersSieffiaJid' rjTff" .t. ';,0'-ln.'J" '> C&lrTlo''" > '?' t.t' 'i,. '.; ,
from'theminecessi.ry ;
leave far ler statement ]
: no
hPIo."l1 "antains 'any7 nlfc niierandred and thirty-two ', .
of '
U ; org *- / vo* w -..-.,:S> :'leel that should have'*done so? Instead of da- 1 l tbU ee .
foro. Capales and Via are n ; but ash r did not -,* -t'* -,*inlrca41ei; UpO1. 'S he" ." ,..-. .. -. ( *** : ':',.:

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: : -"fSherifT.'sSnle.: --a-' : --.. -, .. .'.IV... "-'''OTlcE.t.od,, ':_, J :.. : ",' --""'WR: E to'U. S E' :Op:4:: ;. : ':" 1roLis. : f./-/ GOTMESSRS : 4i ...S ".._ '' ..v01 .

4 i Ttrt e of a. writ,.of,:fieri 'facias, issued A,LL',Persons' concerned:or,interested -are :
; .
j g. d BY from j'a;Justice Court of HillsborbughY :J\ ;desired to take notice, that the nndersign- PtItpvrsONLY.: : i' ;,HOLMES:&>:CO.,have re! yed .r- ,

:W County; .Stat of Florida levied upon and re- 1D'compliAnc&.with, : an act of the State of ; |tock of Merchandize tnth&lrEp: ,
i : ( .med to. mo by a Constable, I will expose for Florida entitled.4cAn Act to provide for.the re-' No.. .,l "' -
c < known the Government Bnildinj.: ,have
ik .'MI;before the Court-House door in Tampa, on establishment of.the Records of the County,of ". .at They '.: t
:added the'ir'.to k by the late arrivals. from
in between Columbia and for other 'Approved :! :dJ\O'.JD ; 1 IDJiUl i :to :
the first Monday next purposes. JLmm jN .
of Good :
$ ,. New York, a full assortment Dry Gro-; : I
the lawful hours of sale, the f Dgdescribed January 6th, 1847: ,They have this day. c. "
LAT LEEj &;JUDSON ) '&c. & which '
property, to wit Thirty-nine and. i-89th in the Clerk'si.0fficei of the Circuit Court for ( !i j caries, Hardwar.Frovisions.:. I &. ; flYTIIE'PRES1DElo

t i 4 acres of land, N.W..% of N. E.,:J of Section 12, said County j a paper,writing purporting< to ..bea Occupy the spacious. FIVE STORY WARE- they artprepared to sell at reduced ,nicps.'Cottons UNITED *
4 .
; l ..Township 28, Range 22, S. &.E. Levied upon copy in substance of the last Will and Testament HOUSK:No.'5G CEDAR STREET, the WHOLE They are now ;pteiaitd tn purchase STATES. ;,

it I. '.w the property of Stephen Hollingsworth, to .of Henry Jones late of said county, deceased ofwhich is devoted to exhibition and.-sale Hide*. .anil Cllhflr'lr'Nhl( the country, at' the. '

It. satisfy sundry executions in favor of James T. the iginal of said last Will and Tes enthaVlDg' of the Single Article of highest Market rotes, and make cash advances on l :pursuance of ,the, Act.ft '.

V May bee and others. been destroyed by fire on the first day P RfNTJD'CAJ iC,' 'E S. consignment CharletonOrNew! to.their'orh. ; Sheriff of November last And that will to ; v ? at St. Marks 'inStates
JOHN PARKER they tod"
Stock consists of,nearly They imvo \ new article' of Wrought IronPloughs approtd
present ;
F Fla. the Circuit Court of said at.,the next'
Hillsborough County, County : : '
call the2ddayotMarcb 1833
-to which they would respectfully I t'1J
t Tampa July 9, 18-17. 3t Term of said Court to be held in and 'for/ the One Thousand, ,. ;:.Packages. .. .,, the attention Planters. K. OLh, ,Priident ;
: County of Columbia, on the third ,Monday:,.in Embracinig/some THOUSANDS of'Different Jacksonville Nov 6. tf of 'the' t1Di 4.

I Election Notice. December next,, to have said Copy Will established patterns and colorings,*'and comprising every America, do hereby d

ELECTIONS will be held in Duval County in lieu of said original so destroyed thing desirable in the 'line, FOREIGN and and make known,': that a pubJici
4 the fourth ((4th) day of October fire as aforesaid. DOMESTIC.. ItttbttinQvotjt, will be betd/at'theLand-Ojace

? next ensuing, (A. D.,1847,) for one Senator, (of WILLIAM TOWNSEND, Executor, All which are offered. for sale for cash, or, Watchmaker and Jeweller. lahassee, in the State of tTaf-
-k a the first class) for said County, for two Repr.sentatives : ANNY MARY JONES, Executrix. satisfactory credit at'the'LOWEST PRICES, No.'5 MAIN-STRUT. ) of the Florida 'foi'disposal

1 of said County in the General Assembly Alligator, July 23, 1847. 3m by the Reiipectfullv informs the citizens ,undermentioned kjt!it

. S. : of the State of Florida for one Sheriff, one PIECE OR PACKAGE.New ofjacksunvllpandtts: vicinitythat; said town of St. Marks, cbmmchS '
.I i Circuit Court Clerk one Tax Assessor and Tax In Circuit Court, Monday the 4th ??
Styles are received almost every day, '.;.:i he ha* removed to he house immediately day of October'M
t1 : Collector, four County Commissioners, one EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.' and many of them are got up for our own sales adjoining the one ,recently Wit J' *,IW

; .4 k County Surveyor.and one Coroner. for said COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: and not to be found elsewhere. -- occupied, ns the printing Lut. numbered two,, three, foor, -'..Ii
; of Duval Also for four Justices of the December Term 1847. tr
.f 3 County ; Justices Districts Printed lists of prices, corrected from office of the"Florida Statesman."and is now prepared eight! ten,eleven! twelve,fourteen,fifi.'j
Peace for each of the respective Isaac P. Hardee and RobertH.
.. .. held day to day, 1 ; : of said County. Said Elections to be Hardee merchants and partA.ttachment: f'nI1.t'o.
are placed in,the hands buyers. not'ted with the above line. t In re, Iwentj.four, 1..n'1.ta"'llv"h"-
,. at the places, and under the superintendence of ners, trading under the name, Sum sworn to, Merchants :will be able to form some idea of Mr. Grothe would ao say that he .na* deter 'ty-eight, thirty, ihi.tJ.ftfle'thirty.wo.; "
the hereinafter named and who are and firm of L P. & R. H. $i54 06 "Lfrr1-L'
gentlemen style
.4 of said Election Bond filed for the,extent and variety of our assortmentwhenwe ,: mined confine his attention in future, exclusively Ihlr1y. vp. thirty-six. thirty.eihi..'hin1.. '
: .' : hereby appointed Inspectors Hardee, 12 state, that,the value of our usual stock of to work in these branches.. He renders hi* ',. forty-two, fonylkrre, r.lrly.r.' jn.j,'

?-; to wit: vs. $308 this ONE ARTICLE, is at least. twice the value of thanks to the many friends who have given him tY-4"I, ht. fifty fifiy.one. r'Ylwo, ftl.l'
At Jacksonville Precinct.-Justices District Nickabud Raulerson. entire of their and that his exertions Hereafter fi"..fifI1."I.. fiuty.i4glu r.
the stock dry goods usually kept by patrnnae, trusts 111'.r" '"t:1 .t .
,; I No.-. Inspectors.-Farquhar Bethune, Robert Defendant and all others interested are our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, together will he SUCh a. to merit it. tyfour sixt-six sixty-seven', sity..ip.

.9: % Bigelow, Oliver Wood. THE notified of the commencement of ,with the.fact, that our means and our From' long practice in his business, he fee]. four seventy-fife,,,seventy-six, .'PJlII"1c1t -

i At BUck Creek or Garey's Ferry Precinct. the above entitled suit by attachment, returnable attention, instead of being divided among vast himself competent to give satisfaction. and his pnI%-nine, eighty:,fig ltty-ix, P.i.,...,-..,,t''
; Justices District No.-. Inspectors.ElijahBlitch to tho December Term of said Courtto, wit: variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, charges will he moderr.to and reasonable as eight ninety, ninety-one, Dln"I.t".o. 'Bi.

f % George Branning, Solomon Morgan. the third Monday in December next, and are will render the advantages which we can offerto those of the North nim-ty-eighf. ninety-nine. one bU 1drw-d. ,.:
: ( .At Mandarin Precinct.-Justices District Noi:; required to appear and plead to the declaration dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be N. B. Clocks and Watches'repaired in the best dred and two, one bundled and three.sp b.

.- I" (. t a _. Inspectors.-Calvin Reed, Ebenezer Ev. therein filed according to law. our care that none who visit our establishmentshall manner, and nt the horte.t notice.Jacksonville and four, one hundred and six, one hu rfred.

:;f eleth, Charles Byrne. W. M. IVES, Plaintiff's Attorney. meet with any disappointment. Dec. 26.! 1845. seven,one hundred and eight one hundred.. ..
1 rj: f .7 At St. John's Peach Precinct.-Justices District Alligator-E. F.. July 30th, 1847. 4m Our,assortment is complete atall seasons of one hundred and' eleven one hunftt'cland f" '

Ft. 4': i No. -. Inspectors.-Kingsley B. Gibbs, the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. NOTICEDissolution one hundred and fourteen one hnndrrtl .MCT

I. Amander Parsons, Lewis Christopher. Tax Collector's Sale. .S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of of C'opnrtnerahip. ten, one hundred and sixteen, one bundmtiWeighteen
; ,; At Cedar CreeL, at the School-House now occupied virtue nuthority vested in me by law, I Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original one !hundred and nineiren. on. hunAwand
t' by De Cott.es.-.Justices District No.-. BY have levied upon th} I following lands,' vix : firm of,Lee & Brewster from which con THE COPARTNEKSH11 I L' heretofore existing I weniyone hundred and IwrnrjYw6bJl
f4 !: ? Inspectors.William Brad Jock James L.Chris- returned tomobyth the firm of WM. SWAIM & SON, tired and
4 48.000 thousand acres twP tY-lhrPfI.
(forty eight nection he withdrew some time ago has resumed one hundred sod 1
: and David Turner. oldie Arredondo was dissolved on the 21.' t of July last, by the I "'
:: topher, A* essor. as that pnrt business in connection with Messrs. Lee & four one hundred andtwe.pj.. *otetf.rthe ill
At Thom ril1e Precinct at the house of William of Marion."t decease o1thesaidVm. Swaim, "ntl thebusines* .
': Grant lying in the county Judson and his friends that the portion "fit. following named loiMtJrered :
assures new
,._I Thomas.-Justices District No. -. Inspectors. Also": 320 (three hundred and twenty) acres, shall have the same pre-eminence in i is now, and will he in future, conducted by the hb th. donation ..f ten arres." made' '
concern |
Abram Bessent William Thomas the of Patrick Subscriber!) has had the sole charge of thematiufacti.ring
: 4 L returned by the Assessor in namo Tallahassee Rmlnmd Companv. viz
this branch of trade which formerly distin : Lit'll.
of the) Panacea and for
4 ,: James Odum. It. Hacket. guished the other two houses to whieh he be bered forty-seven fifiy-nine, sixty '$Pveniy.
the Inoll fouiteen .
Hill Precinct.-.Jnstices District No. nnd acres, year*
: At hundred )
Clay \\fo\ 790 (seven ninety ltoy"nl.I"o,seventy-three, eighty-two
- w ; _. Inspectors.-EdwardB. ,Henry [tax for 1845 paid by Col. Raw!*,] tAC due for longed. June 25, 1847. ly The Panacea will be put tip as usual in round and r.inet\-foitr. ,fibltite. -

: .Bennett, John Moore. A. D. 1846. returned in the name of Kmg ley B. bottles. fluted longitudinally, with the following The ffrii'g of the abovementioned tots mftb
0 41t : Polls to be opened at 9, A. M., of said day, or ( ihbt1; locality unknown, nil numbers returned by NEW STORE letters blown' on the 1:18'Swaim' Panacea, commenced m the day appointed, and
; ProorJn
:i closet Philada., and the only change made i i. I he name
and to the
. '_ as soon thereafter practicable, Tnx A"f""lor. UNDERSIGNED formed Co- same order which they "re drtiKnL
having a .iri
. ic five ((5)) o'clock, P.M. I shall offer for sale, within legal hours, before THE ...\ under the style of of J AS. SWAIM stamped on the sealing wax. all convenie.itdiepatc).. unlit the .h Ie!hnf|fat
;. Witness my hand this 29th day of June,A.D ihe Court Hou e door in Ocala.on the first Monday and written on the label covering, the cork and anew been .flre and the sale ,thus itu.. : Sui'

1847. 1V I. F. CRABTREE, the 6lh day of' September next nil of the H- WRIGHT & POINSETT, label fur the ide of the bottle, composed of sale shall not be kept open longer than tn..,

Judge of Probate County of DuvaL hove described land-, or Ri much thereof as will geometric lathe work comprising nine dillerent and no private entry In ny h;i sill i W i.J a nd.
Hav"rl-nfPllhpst re ,pntlyo"curiPd by Mr. B. die which have been turned for the exclusiveueof
of duo the ,
the amount tax until fIi'r the
9th 1847.
July itA sufficient to satisfy a exiii.itit tor.h. i wiiGIVEN ...k
with the P. CUTTER und would now solicit that portion the propiietor by Draper & Co., bank nul. n.
i4I I ; State of Florida for 1845. tog -ihor amount ; under my 'darnl. at the City \%sAtj:
in Chancery. of public patronage who desire to purchHMe of Four die of difieienl .
due the State, and county of Marion fur the year gravers Philadelphia. ( U'n.1 hI. wrnt\-fir ila\ .'FAii\! Aniii*.....
.tQ.t CIRCUIT COURT-I SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, f/lrm.lhp of the work. and in the w
".I.' & 1 A. D. 1846, and all legal I rnt that may accrun GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. pattern hody thoiisnnd fighi lumdn-d and for ij-err
4 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HlLLSBOROUGH. E. D. HOWSE. Sh''and centre i i" a portrait uhf,. late Wm. Swaim separated .
the President
thereon. They are now r..r.pivintnd will keep constantlyon Bi :
John W. Rofearts from the holders circles of I lathe
) Ex officio Tnx Collector for Marion Co. hand, a geneial assortment of by two JAMES K.11'OLL.
vs. > Bill for Divorce. 1347. Gm work. Thewotn's "Swaim* Panacea: are engraved RICHARD M. -'
March 5th YOU(;.
a4 PermdliaS.ILRo'barts, ) Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, coiHpicuiuuly on two tinned strips. and a Cummia.rnpr. "f th. Gnprlt'' Land Office..
;t? IT appearing to the ourt from the Bill filed NO'J.'ICE.ALL Shoes, Hats, &c., large semi-ciiciilHrdie forms the upper margin.- .
L in this cause, that Peraelia S. II Robarts, Persons directly or indirectly interested, Which they pledge themselves t., sell AT THE The border an composed! nf plain hit'lift work .
the Defendant in this case. resides out of this ( hereby notified by the undersigned, that LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES inducement strips, ouiiido of which isengravedinsrnall letter NOTICE.
a* an
J ti '-, State so that process of law cannot be served I in conformity with ah Act of the Legislature of fur CASH CUSTOMERS to call and examino.. the entry of tho copy-wrigiit. In piirsnn nee of'I.| pi,*i iotlu"."( the.Art nrc.
; : entitled d Act provide for the reestablishment en"', Npprnvpd \hurb.IS33. eutiileilVjUAct '
a upon her, accordi ng to law. Florida, "An to Having come to the determination to keep NO JAMES SWAIM. ,
IT is THEREFORE ORDERED, That the said of the Records of the County of Columbia BOOKS antI to buy their Good principally Philadelphia, August, 1846. to establish ii town HI :t. AUrk." al1eJV&: J*
I the Circuit and for other "approved January t"r anti' ItiT.ivcr nl ihe Land Office TalUWwe
Defendant be an d appear before purposes for the Cash, they will h. enahled to sell them u* m
L Court JQ{ Hillsborough county, to be held at 6th, 1847, they will fibs in the Clerk's Office of CHEAP or CHEAPER than they can be purchased SWAIM'S CELEBRATED PANACEA, will h.. rrrpiited. prior In %hf.day nl' ip.bnrprmin '
,IF 3:. i.'I' .-* 'Tampa, en the see ond Monday in October A. D. the District Court for said County, B paper writing elsewhere. .: % AnD WRIGHT, FOR THIt CUKK OF' Scrofula. Geneuil Debility, the value' of any i imprnvrrnents| j jmay ah
.1847, and defend said suit, or the same will betaken purporting to be a copy of a deed of gift from EGBERT }JOINSI' rT. "hitf' Swelling, Rhrumntism. Diseases of the liavi tIt'AO, madi on the lots dign."aI j

;r as confessed- Henry Jones,dO 8.u rl,to his daughter Caroline N. B. Hides and otht-r country produce taken Liver and Skin. and all Dii>ea.e. arising from hi* prorhimiition resprriively, lld,ILe i"dI

; And that a copy of this order be published Muttairc, the original deed having been destroyed in exchange for Goods. Impurities of the Blood, or the effects of Merc *,'. At puhhc nnle nf any lot upon whit 'i..reir,

SI S ;in one of the new spapers of this State for the by fire, on the first day of November. 1846. The Jacksonville. March 19th. 1847. ly !rv.SWAIM'S. surh) i mpr..vemPhi. other than the n...:. ." "
f. S space of three months, according law. introduction of said copy made for the purpose of PANACEA hu been f.r morn than -ll1tl i|, in adilitii to the sun; :u be paid .toilt u.

GEO. W. MACRAE, perpetuating the olijct and purposes, of tho ori- BAPTIST TELEGRAPH 'nt\-five year ceMirated in !l loi".c i runntry and .in S.fn psl..o. and hereby is. required ra,JH J Mtlowntr .
, Judge Southern Circuit Florida -inaldeed. HENRY MATTAIRE, Europe for it' extraordinary ciiiW.-.for.lbV cpr ifi. (.t r the, i irnprovpmeiii.. ihe viilrie wfllmis

',, .1 Airuecopy : CAROLINE MATTAIRE.By AND rates of which reference i* mndo to ihe dirrcliun ihu* rertaiiid ; and if pNjni!!nt ikriflsr!
r JAMES S. JONES, Agent. FLORIDA EMIGRANT. hall not hinvuif the da which ibenwpuldir
E. A. WARE, Clerk, and books (which may. be had grati*) accompanying upon ) on .
'wW : J. W. ROBARTS D. C. Alligator. Fla., June 4lh. 1847. 3m the Punarea. Wi," 10Ilrrh..rI. .b..ln, IIItJr.b.. ag..im il.n4as
4kf : 9th 1S47. 3m, THE Subscriber proposes to publish h in. the I It hfl4 ''Pllu.e,1 in hospital and private practiceand &'il. on the next d,y .'f.aL'' anti surhp
.July .
.I %I ,' ._ Administrator's Notice. "" Jacksonville, East Florida n monthly ha* had this singular fortune of t..inr..11" 'I.tn shall U"f l be"paM.'I' l hunn.i"a.IIP| purrhwprf
In C irciiit Court. SIX MONTHS after date,I shall make appli- newyptiper, oftlu'! above title. It hull b.> neutral I mended by the 'most relrlimicd ptnstrians and that or iifuny h..rJoi dfien-d .that puhlicnkProvidtit

'e :'y EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, to the Honorable Judge of' Probatefor in'politic; shall contningeneral intelligence ; oth'Teminent ,opr "n". Anmng ,olh rtl hv That ifnny ,I.'i ...ft.cl andbli'flb
; : COLUMn IA COUNTS, TO WIT: the County of Alachua, for a final settlementof and in Religion, shall he frank and explicit. I W. Gibson, M. D., Profesvir of Surgery, Pa., .last. day of the -'i public sale hall} 'not beilwi
December Term, 1847. my accounts and vouchers as Administratorof The paper will nrlvocalo thefaithand practice University. paid forj th. same may be enit-rpd nt privateuk>

: 'Archibald H. Cole, James B.) the estate of Joshua Miller, late of said 'county : the Baptist denomination in the United Slate, Valentine Mott M. D., Professor of Surgery upon paying to the United Stale' the,.Siim.st

Cole and GeergeV.. Cole,partners deceased. find shall hu particularly devoted to thn internst N. Y. University.V. whirl. it was bid off. and to the ,'wnrnf Ih I

; &. using tl le name and Attachment: JOSHUA SEK1NGER. Adm'r.July of lh"Southern and South Western State The \ P. Dewees, M. D., Professor of Midwifery, rrnv"mpntal, the previously ainreftainrd' ftlm
4' : 23 1847. 6mtOTICk. secular and Religion improvement of the people the .. "
Sum .f.
style cf Cole & B rothers, sworn tOj Pa. University ?
:: % vs. .$171 50 Florida, it ball con. ider as its paramount obli N. Chapman M. 0., Professor of Physic, Pa.University. By the Art of Cong fI"?* aforesaid, theminfmamprire

k: : Hezekiah AN. ish, and Mcr- Bond filed for persons having demands ngainst the till j gation. To reprove vice, t.' promote virtue ;o elevate of ench town h.r i* fix -d nt tweniy-fi e,-&$

1*S'a ; .rick Barnes, part ners, &c,con$343 00rColumbus ALL of IVipr Dalziel 'late of Columbia the mtndtnthe.wnf-hipoftheirup GoD.and T. Pariie.-M. D., President. College Physicians- l J"rt;and of each out lot, attwens.fivi'doliirff_ .
: stituting the firm of IL A. Nash County,deceased, will present the same within to improve llu wordly.condition of mankind, will Philadelphia, acre, .

-. & Co. six month to th. subscriber, or they will .be bar he its lending finture. Dr. Dfl Vall. Professor Medicine Havana. 'RICHARD M YOUNG,
,: 4., f I11IE: Defenda- and all others interested ,'pllfore\'er. TKRMS F"R OSK TEAR:-For twelve copies. $10 I ; Jose Lourenco da Luz, Professor Surgery Commissioner of the General L''nd OfSff .
JL six .copies, $5 ,onej;" py, $1. Advance .
. :. : ,,, are hereby notified of the commencement THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK. payment Li bnn. .
, of the above enti tied suit by Attachment, returnable Administrator Ex ufticio.. will he expected' in wise J. Chipman Member Royal College. Surgeons, s.. w. DOG GETTSEM1NARL, S, :
O9 A the
addressed to '
1I.'Plh.'rti Editor '
4j s to the E'eccmber Term of said Court, AIiigator.Fh.l9ih. IS47. 6m1O'L'1CE. must London. .
. i,1. .
i wit-the third Monday in December next. he poet I'" G. W. Irving, late Minister tn Spain. .
: I to and to the N. B. The firt number will be issued on the Sir. Thomas Pearson, Major General British I
dare required appear of instruction; uf4-it this,
having demands the course r
i .I persons against e* first Tuesday in June next. THE pn :
coloration there in filed according to law. ALL of John C. Clyde, |late of Columbia JAMES MCDONALD. Editor. Army. '.) founded upon the ptinHpk .01I I
: JOHN P. SANDERSON, Gilbert Robertson, British Consul&-. &c. .d.ueio, nctlnl., Student wb -'I" "-
County deceased, present the unme within Jaccnnville.! Fla.. April 30th.-1847i gy. f",
And also' the wonderful' effected
Plaintiffs' Attorney. six months to the subscriber, or they will be barred cures by red utentef college. may. here, pursue Ih1T1t
Alligator, for i da, June 25, 1847. 4mNOTICE. forever. FORWARD ALDRICH, Swnim'a Panacea have for man years made it aninvnluahle Kite Kludien\ ; while those, who are. ftlt 1Drtt

THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. remedy. The Panacea does rIOt contain for. ii_profe '*?on, can select *'uct,branches a' &tbet'iuit
Administrator ":oflido. ;mercury in any form, and being an innocent the!r.onjrct.in life. ;. .
SIX WEEKS : ifter date, the undersigned will Alligator. Feb 19th. 1847. 6m 03"'Will practice the neveral Courts of Law preparation! it may be given to the most tender, 'Th 'regulation.) of ihe institution areftrfl, *. t
and in the Eastern Circuit of ,
to the Honorable the Judge of Probate Equity, .Florida. fant -t with th".tingle. design ofpromoiing! .the tntefecta
'?** of the Cow ity Hillsborough, for Letters, In Circuit Court. WM. A.'FoKWAhD. Sti AueiiHine. Negroes who are confined in large,nnmbers,on H! and m.'nitFailvaneenentotits rnemFx-r :'','.

1 : of. Administration on the Estate of John M. EASTERN CIHCUT or FLORIDA. Louis ALDRICH Newnansvill*. plantation in hot climute, are f'PrllliaityJi". I.to The di riplinei intended. to he ulrictly p 'J'' L

i. Stafford, deceas 'ed, late'f New Orleans, and County of Dnval: In Chancery. WM. F. CRABTREE such form ofdiIease..arisingrIm a vitiated *t te Th.. Preceptor de ire to cultivate, with tt }..
State of Louisiai ia.EZ John C. I'elot & Charles H. Pelot, 1Adminifttraturs of tlifbluod and a want cleanlinesitjmdynrieiyof pit*, habit*of kind'and: .foiniliarinterenur"4, ,

4 her of all and singular ATTORNEY. AND" COUNSELLOR AT LAW. food. These diseases frequenily.se regular' tn influence}th'emraihei by in appeal to tl, ,kt :

; SUSANNA X STAFFORD, the Goods and ChnuclsRight.and' I Bill f.irat P ro- Jacksonville, Fla. practice at defiancand rendertheir, niUerablevictims princtplei ,of the heartj/.than by severe ad dit

mark Credits of James "D. 1'elut- de -. dintri'button \y ltL attend to any business entrusted his hands both uselessa'hd expensive totheirmatert! ,: .e.fuljuinh.hnenr.] ,_ '*' :: .
JOSHUA STAFFORD. ceased. bassets 1n'"ny of the Courts in the Eastern Circuit : that planters would study their own intrreat.as t An aecqraie account of}delinquency I fry ..t

Tazpanne 25, 1817 6w VII. of Estafe&c.&c" Florida. : well as ,that humanity. ,. ,(by, keepin! always( a I choar( andik, ,or the degr>e,or,attaiain .
Herman Hooker &Charles of Swo m' .1 Panacea which' !b*
,.t- -- S Bying. supply .appears'to kept f a ropy'of which account, w. oo'i>ext*
I ,_ NOTICE. ton, as Hooker & Byingtqn : Isaac for FELIX LIVINGSTON, the: 'only)thing which 'can' .be,relied'on in: udi. : with ihe'ri'jiiarierm bill. ktraa.mkidto evtijparent .

THE Co-Par!mership heretofore existing un. N. Risdon William M. Uadln.nn an ATTORNEY, AT"LAW, cases. '. ., :prgnariliah: /who mf.lpsirpit I ...._
____ the fir mof COLE, RICHARDS & CO Charles F. Leeds & James B. lojunciton.Dagg.as Jacksonville, Fla. "fhp.f"f"if price.has"been. reduced tnOno. Dol. 'TKuxs r<>n A sksatoft'or TWILVI WKIXSJ.,...

is hereby dissolved by mutual consent All Risdon Leeds & Bagg.., J Will practice in all th-;Courts of the Eastern lar.'andTFifiy Cfhts per,.bottle,.'(containing'ihieehalf Higher Branches: $8 fa::

persons having claims against said firm will et.nl. creditors, &c. &c.IT Circuit., March 19. 6rn 'pints) or three bottle*' for Four Dollars. cornmonBanrhps7: i'
please present them fQr settlement to A H. having been made to appear to the''satisfac '-_ .*" I : ., ALSO SW AIM'S VERM IFUGE.. Latin and Greek Cl' >ir,. extra. :

( Cole or E. H. I lichards, and all those indebted lion the.Court by affidnvit, that several of AUGUSTUSUC..,. .. 'GILLETT: .1- I A' valuable Fam lj.Mdllcine! ;,l eing nighlyJap-: ; son in!.F..h. given.t1 he r
hL! Is to said firm wi Jl please make payment without the Defendant* named jn'. the Bill/If Complaint ATTORNEY;S':AiD };COUNSELLOR" ",AT 10. LAW' proved rf'mpdy..fbr "diseases. arising from.Debility i!-' .: rrq1An'l :

-d!)y.to either of the aforesaid parties.A. led in the above entitled'cause' reside out of'the'I And Commissioner. of Deeds 0'\' (he.Si ate>of,Con, ,? ,.,fthp.Oig..the.Organs, snrh as Worms..Choi- rl1l'il withdrawn (mm' ).Scbnnl.- fo .
H. COLE, State of Florida and .beyond the jurisdiction i of 'neclicut, within and" for. the State. of Florida( em Morbu! Dysentery. Fever, and Ague,Bleeding! eridii the .e ?oh,,exrept 'fiirreaiont wnici'JS! *oPriorlpRl
. : :E. H. RICHARDS, this Court Therefore, on motion of, Gregory- JACZSOVZLLgyLCHARLESIL" ; Piles Sick Headiche, &r '&c. See'he"pamph) approve will be required fn J>'Jioruoexpired '

1 J. B. COLE, Yale, Esq., Solicitor for said Complainants,. _'._ -;.. I let' .(which _may be had gratis. ).accompanying. the; part oC I h.t..ioii. r ., *.

A : ByhisAtt'y.jA.H.CoLE. IT (3 ORDERED, That th' aSd Herman Hooker' PELQTi Vermifuge "A. ,No d wliiei n"iIIM I mod in ihe'charge- !
'Cedar Key?>, FbL, June 25, 1847., 1m and Charles Byington'as Hooker &: yin:tnn; ATTORNEY: r AND\ 'COVN8ELV ',;XT-; --.jL.LAW Prepared at Sw im's Laboratory, Seventh a piipil! for rational ahsence. In'cte' ,, I
M JeaacN. Ri don, William M. RUdon Charles F. 1 '. Street, below'Chesnut-Phil ) ,hhi 5 i and for sale tracted .icknesi.'requiring' the pupil 'tat h! !
WILL the '
practice i'he1
tn ayeralkCoHrtVVoC'' !
", NOTICE. .Leeds, and James B._Bags, Riodon,'Leeds & ) pnjrtjgstIto: : by.respectable DniggMts in the'United..(. .Slates. drawn from the School, deduction-f."
Eastern Circuit,Fioridnj buiine; ., t. proper
hereby authorize THOMAS W. PARSON H. G. O. Balicock Jatn'.B.: ---.p. .:. AGENTS r5 v *
"v .
WE Baggs; ; Morgan; <. ." made .
will .
his with
care, meet oTP attention,. 7 ,k :
lr. *J, to settle and adjust such debts 'Bacon >John. Chester BUbee & 'N rw Yrk"H SiiT.'lir&Co" -; -
.Henry ; Mallery ; ) (", F.. JtinfT4.lg4y.Cr .. ..P tronaee i. solicited from hone, who.b''*. .
i. -and claims as may be due thelate firm of.Cole Jacob, Qutteison, as C. BUbee' &C'c.\AmosP: ;; _.: ; Lc dnii :Er ; EvRnt'&L'rh.r." : : 'nnnnirjtiaHSedronfideoce in th* Ability and}

Richards & Co., and pass receipts. for. same. in Shumwoy,;nnil other, required 'to appear and :-r .' ; 'NOTICE t.I' .1 t..J. ':: 'rj Liverpool; ,'En:.;Eva ns/Sqii/ '&"Co.' ;'' "' rjk rat. ,:(o r.t hfl Principal. .!,' '".
I :. :settlement. thereof nnswersaj.l; Billnf Complaint within! four months; SIX MONTHS, h'rd",8''I; hilirprn nt my.. 'Havana"1/G M tizit. "y'; : .* '' ;;.' ;'i The school i ia now in.a ,flourishing rna4k'4": ,

ft A H COLE, or, tho) same. : ,will:be-*i"kf'I1. -confessed' :against. : ; .. and vbticher. *, as Ex,cutiirof.John. !v",Vil.rai' i iO-I.;. Cro..; : ..-*;. .. '*< ; IT>' .The.build in: J. a'large..commodkxi. anJ.i: 'i
I E IL: RICHARDS; .them: ; '- '* ', r tfITJI -* Brown. late '0 Na sau'[countydi0easenti :'theSHonorable : t Buenos\ Ayresf-OJ"'Hayes'&Co.. ;'_" 1'- *. atructure'recently erected bv FroraLu4L fi.r
J. B. : .the' t.r.. :'Prphai o4 said: H ."- :- : "''""'**'-" ;
; COLE roBTHKR OaDKRtn,:That a copy of this Judge county, St rTIipmasH-A. Ruse. f' I.ofjOO. f- :
; :By his Att'y, .U.r.CQ : Order'dulfcerttfied I by.the Clerk;nf.thU Court,be for'H final:s
; Fla. June 25,1847.. ; 1m ". 'published .jnjsome:Newsj,aper-: pnnted' within' ''th' :the sam...lime apply.fdr Lit :ten. of; [)tsmtssurn asmuclLEtecnor1 Snnd. ch'I.Iu l nd, ,-E LBenson, ;** r* "'"M: : -'c"".*- :Y*.."a&y ft cce.,i Bonn may. >e Y ibtaiRtd .lfponable
.. :
y r -- Eastern Circuit i of Florida once a'week h; 'consecutively of which all person I i.interelteil 1 in Calcutta, -Huffnngle' &,:c{ *? : "' :. rale. *)in retpecialde familteamlbJck '; .C.rr

I NOTICE. for four month ,.; ji-f* ',; ?:, saidesiatParecle.rlto. ) ,take nntic J ;_ : April 2.; :1847.' ,3m.., < on!tljVlvF-! March 27th, !1846- -J
..A'?LL pernonii interested$ 'hereby notified thatIfjL .k- vV x: AJfHO..'JDOUGL'AS.,Judge.%. it'.. .JOHNCAVEDOYEitQ; t.1 \ :- '. -- a.Six'r1ON.ws' .-- : t '. .. .'-'-. (,
: 'Six Mi nih. after the date hereof'the undernlgnml f _4aidCoort\do' Marrlil2h-1e47.; /oii< : ':; 'T..tQ.6m> -T: .
1 : > -, -j'OSCAR.HART; ;, CJerkof I r. 1 ". : :..:idD tDlst..iitor'i Notice. < ; NO'l'JCEw f-.t-
I 4 ,. Adrnini trntrix and' Admtnimrator'with hereby'certify..t .e above: to.: be'it/true. 'copy ; r-An',. .-I I." Jj' '.'- ,,IOTICE., I,. '.. \'.,, '.. ..... <, : uftei ?dau.'I..Jlal.lpij sent i in) k'jL persons indfbirdj: tbe. Eftrf -J,

tie will'annexed: nfjc' <>.e Stnndlnv., deceBd.."will Order'd iily mad ind ent ered. < f' pcnrd.in'i 'i ha/k-: f Sj(MONTHS, ,.afterdata. t iI prini' (my' vouchers, :'as adminiitrator.ortlieestite :.Lj.Cntther. c.I lecf"tfd,'arer.quent4: .t.
t apply tw the HonJiuljnTof Probate." fo'rAlachua ;. hove'entitled 3caufl>fl',thft '.eventeenth-.day :uC and vouchers HonI.Judge, l '
.. '. tN l _of ;John, ,Moore. ; I late- .of Duvat county.' .rl rwar4n4lDahIi !imme.iiare payment,! 1w
t Cnuntyt r. a'final! ettl ment f!jhefr account* n't.guch April_"/AVJD- F,,1847: _' .i '.l'rJ i #f'2J, .. : ;of Probate, for..the. county' ,of prange.kmiprnyf/ir. deceased! /to_ :the I ..Hon.Judge.of,Probate"for,said .having j demandf wilt renfjer'jhem; :'
i, and ili..cblrp'roni the .further Adinmiitrartion : IHtJy' ES X .EREOf..t. I, :di chi rge,as'AdminwtratnrMe. bonk nnii tin thei I : for final ld, ajdleiute 00. ,, AUr"
T' ( ""j ; ,' : {I county a. spttlemenl. ,! > : ." ..1.w,; ",' KLIZABETH ( ;.
V .
of said .sthtp -
: :'-S. ::}hereUnto.! "I.)1d.nd.' an'dtULtheselof.aidCturf. l. :E t,! t ;:a1- :) ."'.O oF. ;". 'f'4,.; f;I ;hall at;she same tinpply1i[ f.J Jettens.yfj} rp i! Irf ',, ,
q -DlcEysTANDrEy.Aam'SEABOftNJSTANDLEYM; x. .. ; :.'. f'" .. .: ['.::'..!' '. f l'iA: ,Omnge1ate Moiqutto!ounty... : 4: ,:( : ': -'BS',u Ii'.rlmlhiJt'al..t"lr aU'r.t'ron,in- : "Gd; ,' -e; '., J.! ..CAf tl".s .
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