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: September 24, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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*' emitted with the advertteinent.JjJvf1UMmeflt .the.nttmberJjtldCif'fl8 THE CLIMATES OF- FLORIDA'AND THE ) ;fflveii1ilad; t Iithid :tli1riv'toiFf.thefrq "" -"KAPOLEON'10SE" JtINE.1.1 { :3SS*ft' i 'tJ ii SSSSS3: "'

,$will not continued marked.with anti forbidUTdoniire ': "WESt INDIES.1' \ > 'f;f. .. tenons'luxuries naUd:of tneir i indolenttri' 'd thii h't 1ly4eldthn& )\ f 'Co t ontholon$ : '2h r ; I foi4. J&SffSZ'tS&W'rSSS llalriwrrti: ,, .

findin the Southern Journal of Medicine the Captivity Napoleon at ,t3tmte "iiowl > Te .
We 1 ifijEerent
all announCefanJidaLeS pug an'dTreakening the whole animal sonomy hadeab or4 .
will be charged for : 'article'under in course of publication,) the folloWing ,.eztract1id' on. '.fi 4r"-' < *.
t1Yi for September an' inbntestibly that the .
for olbee.Muare. anlP1th.iznacj prove tubercular cachexy, :It isthe'-ccnfessioubf "\ '.
forStx Monthft : I 11ifOOI the above title from the pen of Dr.WURDEM n although specific in its'character, is,only devel-. "i' Ji i4CerilngtheErnp'Johjn ffl&i'min/.: '; r ih/Z\: fnot.>o(
I : rare
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I J tir.e I Debtors and Creditor. t ->5 00 Charleston s. C. :This gentleman,'"who luis o_:mi.debilizittujjons.' With I this K I was the object of her laristattaclment J:", "e 1. brown."'- stout y..
i ij-auoii for Letters Administration knowledge of the disease,our main eff'orfBhould and"I M : aytDg.WAr a'Jiat. : .
inserted gratui West Indies/tod BO convinced of ithe add W 8 .)r t in i ,
will be but
I rr: All religious notices spent many winters be directed agmDtthe constitutional d en ration tth.i believe she would have'left3 the rendei-i ', t werry ard to get
I .ommunlcaUons. wil" Key West, With the object of ascertainihg some whilewe should not overlook the local effects :.fous'oflevetoconieandnndmee.jlflwentinto : : -C TomgIve: me some porkaad.beans. :Fact is,* -
personal $ idc47tthinkticl
admissible ;
I! bIrd advertisements. climate which could be of greatest'benefit.durkg on the lungs, nor the lesionsofother organs,.so my.cairiage atlmidnigl4 for,aloftgJouney,1: s.ii1to'1Bigh eryMbljjhgf
*s -ahd
: I mu*be paid on the afflicted with often attendant. on phthisis,,.The most dangerous 'ibere t ; -we've giyen J m t ricula '
I $ AH hills for Job Printing. the wintermonths invalids :1 foumiber seated before 4 aimta ;and "
i I Jrliff'f1' et he.work. addressed to visited Florida last winter for tne of the latter: are derangementaiof the alimentary m,"iJ d" ktiif arrivaL ',It i atteniteto: 1t'hereTer.we've.me.t.l -cabbagej, '- iraiter,] goss ': .
be .
must consumption ; r v
All communicates ca.na.lwhiehpreventinghe'.4u ."dig ?
i 1 .1tel"from' a had.
rr 6thpa'ingmejshe VI
I u.Ltr't & HAZ/AKD. port*.?* paiL. = first: tim The result ofhisobservatiOX1Sip0TiTthe 'estion'and assimilation of,.food,rapidly exhaustthe so'many'good,'and .affectionate oIlS;1fh -: wery.zresthat.iast nice affair ,battle bnt of'Cerro.Gordo should was a. it
; ydu have
I "-- climates of Flori strength of the consumptive-and'encourage some of .
r comparative effects of the with. ,tQAoppose me, that,it was almost,.alwaysnecessary pur British,,hofficers
I : Jto< ead :
r. 8. ;'your
.prf.Wcrkljr : david the West:Indies he has embodi e('in' the the development of new tubercles in the lungsv 'to"yields !ln'a word,"she.a1 ways'pro-i I Santa Hanna [waiter :nr that men; .Now,' : '
8'--S' ..* # The,B 'in.ithe morningsjandj .ved jto ine'it'wippy It19nsot1ter2'4 j leg. o'.mutton. ', .
; .and affectionate
ihe : .wife andfaayethi ;!; 'tl" c .
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Believing-"that '
13 '\ article referred to. experience afternoons is seldom ttto.warmlo render'an:exposure -. bfore 'fti"L. "- ., _" --- K' K-j.U.ivvv
fjit presenred Jthe tenderest recollecui .. **
'' of highly intellig 'a-physician"'mustbe to it unpleasant and'the cold on the few ., :1 i tht fpi .,w.' _, ."_i :- t
I ,.(1". IE': 1_.:" ;1 .byt'WAT.Ot.r1egac1.to.0Ji. : .
PAr A TKA FLA., days when frost is'formedIs not eufficientltp; .1.1'jtji'th ropst Wfoz'our '
.NNAH & interesting to those who suffer pulmonary ; ,", .the following ere is; etng'foinibitio Britiah'hofficers',we -
kill such tender them
BV TUBRUNSWICK& WAY OF complaints we extract below all those portions vegetables as peas or potatoes' men. to listen tIt 'Was"not the i that we it.1iai t'1 j [mock tustl ,
ST. MARYS GEO.; which yield abun ly.thr9ughoutth .winter. 1 first time that .soupaJ.
( J Napoleon sighed'aVth'ec:recollection terjof their a hhiL..Ddt
: ;
V lAcdONLLE BLACK CREEK AND which refer to Florida generally without .Indeed,durng.the mouths of December, January :! of hi&early days||,? :..-' .... ,. '_ : 4'--- .*--*. .:.. ;in

'. any reference any particular:own upon the February March, the invalids wlin-; ",WhatrTecoll c.tioizssaidhe) crowd,upon my t.Al 4' ) .

Stilton with the Charleston Daily MailJLackets St.. Johns._ 'u tered there with us,-pome Of'whonweiefluadvanced : memory, when iay:!tfioughts- >are i,n 1onjter oc Blackwood.adttDznnas.-Th-e has'the May'number "tire

at Savannah,the steamer AllAH effect of cold chronic diseases in consumption, .lived" ,almost.entirely .cupied here'[at'St.Helena Jitblitidiftop] gandlocalyis. uider"Dunjas foUowinganecdote'df Alex-. I
the The injurious onmany out of doors during the themselves } inserted in,a note..to. res-
G from Palatka to Lake but Sir day, amusuig, -: ., ram carried back, to Un !
is admitted Ime although my 'ri
by leon
every ; :
ahethei "
I. ffittul Stages, from Picolata to St. Augus- in and Dr.Samuel Forry through the wods'en' otaiid;cn:;:hors first impressions:of the life of tIt seems tome }hove distinguished' French, -
James Clark England, 1istiCharleSa'B rna ; a. 'liIt
I and from Black Creek, via Newnansville, r have published what wasknown back. A remarkable,dimmished"susceptibility'to always,, in those moments_.of"calm, ,.that I is- -
in our own country, prett'ygesieranykrio .
to eold" Jelt .all aiid those td ho
Columbus who
and I' "taking was by. ,
Skater Mineral Springs ; should have been the happitoasjntbiorld f '
I of the climates of the two continents, fa whom has.not
. which the medical at home had carefully avoided the open air, often : with.$12OOO irancs'a jeax]..living'as thefatherofa ---r rr:"v?.p-i1.***?**io! stand itt the 1
there is subject on profession bun
no ediatepresence
'flSSuLGEE C pt. A CHASE. remained after night in th&piazzas with im ourjpastfriend/ajii an .
family with/my.wifei tat :
I is more divided than the selection of a Bentally/ Monsieur'
S ATTIlfivS, : P. Ic\ELTY. punity. We have witnessed the same exempt houseat4jaeciO.: .Yourcm'emher'it. beautiful Alexander-lumas--. '
I :} for Southern tiers'is
suitable winter retreat consumptives. !
kcje packets leave Savannah every TUESDAYJsATURBiY France and even Italy have of kite been tion from bad effects ofthe.. ight air.in. Cuba,* situation. .Happy,'.h rS! rthe native soil has that 'slight..tinge of blacMiit'the blood of : .
at 10 o'clock and ar- and'on the 'sea.when in Wiife. mater.'r greatest. qfFreneJijronjancerSyl pas -' ,
MORNING, the their invalids infinite chins. Memory,.embellishes: it 'with 'pre8eitr.or.tp ft
abandoned English
the Mail to generally by We would here however ; remark that tjre ; coD ,In, connection with.the fact .
JL A Picolata in time for Stages go to Madeira white BO many ; all its powers, even_ to the very-cdor ;6f the w4 will cite
now resorting ; hn! dote '
St. Augustine before night every thermometer alone is not a sure guide to the" -which one can realize to the- 1s r X.-person- more remi'kable .
trough sick have returned from a wintel's groun 's sastobe for i o.
our own jithin4'thiti
sensation of cold and while the 'On /f i 'correct
and Monday.FkCtlirning .; mornings able with the :shut to'tell the '
flusday residence in the West Indies only to die eyes spots br&iiagone of tose who' .
devoid '
leave ulatka every TUESDAY and that several of our eminent Northern : which there wnsfntJt were cool''enuhto induce ,first .trodden by the foot-of,childhood. ,:jCome; reckless 'of;delicacy'and _
as above at home I our fellow invalids to,.gather around the 9CJeQutfs:pry.into eycry thing-" ".
IimiT NORMKG, at7 0 o'clock physicians have even advised confinement in a place yoar.hand upon my bosoni} See hpw jt looitheliberty tp '.: '
I fire-sidlethe sun soon dissipated thecold, and beats! And it did with question/JJ1.Dumas: rathercloely'con'cerning .
jjtl "ay.Tht' in to a removalto I ( true ; great heated
closed preference Jhis
are both low pressure boats, in completeder few remained within! doors'afterorea'kfast. .), lit is like the'sound of a bell (added -, MYou', ". genealogical, tree j '

and handsomely finii,shed in very res-- a southern clime. afflicted with phthisis, and I It may not be inappropriate to he.), There is none here [at St.Helena]-:I am "" are a Quadroori, M.>' joinas- ,Wbe'.DCganj ': -' 1
For '
of well many years devote advice : c : f. < 1'
a fewJUnes invalids ; .
ert-'arc comm llldt'J by gentlemen ; the last seven winters in the especially no longeraccustomedto hear it._The sound of V :
bon: experience on the route and their pat- ; compelled to pass southern of Florida those of the more Northern.States, on.the a bell.never strikes my >ear,' without carrying an .ssqurtly.repHedDjiniasf-w>04liassense ; .
West Indies and the parts enough not t* be asfiamedof,
surtMl that every attention will bepaid time to'eom South. The first cold.;spells .of back thoughts to the a descent hecanxiot "
jttare : in communication my sensationsofmy youth. ". :
have been necessarily placed conceal"V -"
and comfort of passenb"IIi we winter should be.avoided, by.reaching Charleston : ; bellied ne'back .,. .1 **: .
to the safety invalids TheAngelus: to pleasant reveries ". J'n. '. -- ,. r-:*?* ,
with numerous similarly affected ndYOUl1 } ..r.tv :,, .ij ,
in the ilr month : _
to tie careful handling of freight.AGENTS beginning October/which when; iiith midst of earnest thoughts] r "t", !. t
many of whom were under our professional care; in Aiken the railroad : 'asamu1atto3'.: ,' ft iJ' '
spend village on Hamburg ,
a f
: burdened with
ands of .
theweight "
an imperial
and trorn personal experience and the observations ; .And.Vour ".d-l" 1..1". ... ,
.Savannah.iiDcLjrme possessing a delightful FalL nd Spring heard 4.-.u ,
I its'first .t ;
JJnxib&Tupper, had crown, sound.under the shady "J1In ". ;? t
Darien.tlriedftder of others, we have ample opportunities climate .early in November take, the dailysteamer woods of Sti CJoud and often veijeri gro, hastily answered ,the'. 'dranutirtywhosepatiencevasnraningiasi1 .
the effects of the different ; } supposed :
for comparing ***
Brunswick. for Savannah passage inland '.price $5 .] _
to be revolving the pLuTof a campaign or "jL
climates on the disease. We now propose to pre- dmayI inquire: '
St Marys.fninJez -thence the semi-weekly steamer for Jacksonville -, ; trharybur great grandr
1kssent digesting an'imperial law when thoughts .
Jib the results to our professional brethren my fatheiwas-r? :
sent ., .. ,
Jacksonville Thence. the ": .
$9. lt-
& Hisbt.'(, premising that we have- passed five winters in passage inland price ei % ]] .involved in dwelling upon the llrstimpresionsormjouth' tfAnt Ape' sir'"thundered -x.
llQy" Black Creek and at weekly steatoer Etfterprise; ,passage inland, ._ ')',,; fierceness; tIlat'nlid '
Picolata. Cuba, one at Key West, one Enterprise, price $6. Boarding in Florida varies from 5 to ':1 k nis imDertineTit. t Pctor ,; '
I --- --- -- --
(kOuoley -
: shrink into e'I
JF.Hawkins. Palatka. East Florida. 6 dollars a week, and at Enterprise the table is A'GAMBLlNG--INCIDENi; the smallest possible compass

tt & t:4). Charleston. We know nothing more of the climate of Jamaica abundantly furnished with .venison-and other DEAR "Spnh .,"-.Thev steamer"''Leviathan" gjat&fef.sir, -my"pedigree commences where .

iB.-Goods consigned to the Agents Ibr- than that Sir James Clark condemns it, galIle. We think we can safely predict j was on, its.third.day.of*'thclvpyage; from*'New ydurs' The s.'l1Jc'' : 'iacCtf: .

irhI free of com31Lission. Freight from Sa- stating that consumptive boldiers, sent there to that the shores of the St John's will,become the Orleans-fto: Sfe Louis, when: she took on:board ., ,' *!"'*"ra.tn* ** y '(Alexander'* Dumas, he4rem.h1i-* J

TiMih and Charleston, and all way freight recruit, sank rapidly under its debilitatingheats. resort of all our invalids who require a warm I from a desolatef' hmdingAriiear. a brown lookj j cari"general bfthea.iau, .'

wwMe by shippers.September From all we could gather of the smaller winter climate. The means of communication : ing and apparently well,:::6eason"ed.:chap'whose : bornatSfe'DomingoMhesottbfane' essan tt f "

17, 1S47. tf islands (and we have conversed with many intelligent by bieamer,'over'the smooth'waters of the' in- dress and appearance wer.such,as t.o excitendmore thb.whitei Marquiade'la Paillaierie. 'By Vnat '-

tl The St. Matthews is in Charleston re- invalids, who hud wintered on them,) land navigation is attended ,with so little fatigue 'attention ,ffomthepa8SengerathaEithe legitUiiatinng .prcoess.the'bond l sinister j Was

pm ;. Anew boiler will be put in her, and Cuba possesses great advantages over St.Thomas that even bed-ridden could'bear the usual glance'inquiry, 'with- **which thVweit erased,and_;the-v Marquisate.11'snedre'." _,.. have '

no pains fparwl to make her as formerly, the fa- Santa Cruz and Curacoa in-climate. but in journey from Charleston to Enterprise. .It erC'thiveller salutes every'fellowpassen'- 'finbrfwtyuld . \'ori '.he will commence her trips on accommodations is far' inferior. boast, also, a, great 'adnagver.zJta1in : W(allprbbabiliiyliaye,been troBk" ';Vttwteer" "''" r"i" >.If. '

l.etme. ru l.st ofOctober.TIOSfKCTUS I That inicnu/-atmosphere, if'we may so termit having no mountain.ranges covered 'during side'red a subject/worthy/notice but fo'r the i j that there is* Vctrngtr-H. will.> be'recollected .

---- -" which hangs over ,all sea coastsextendingseveral : I winter with snows; the cold blasts from,;,theAppenines : singular,calmness with which>he'bore losses' 'J a,law,in Pennsylvania giving the-
OF A NEW miles inland when the ground is low'and and the Jurmounta3nsrehdering; Ii I the card table,f.and';'tJi:peHina&tjH which'.;he, soldier the horn that Stat>th< jrignt"of a:veica: jn

SICSIC COOK, PATENT NOTES, unsheltered by forests, and which is bounded a large portion of Italy *and 'Southern France evinced in playing'against fortunes J We'elections leantCrom at'.home wnsreverlxe'nfay.bel- '

CALLED seaward only by blue water,the limits of soundings unfit for invalids unable to bear a sudden and. His most;frequent'"antagonist" a young the Pennsylvankn that appro. 1.

THE HESPERIAN HARP : renders unfit for consumptives all the great decrease of temperature., "We.would here clerk, who; as .was':the custom in those duysofunsafe priate to secure steps have been taken by the authorities

MID..lrlll.ilouM-r,of JeflVmou Co.Gn. towns on the smaller islands. Havana and Ma- also warn consumptives .especiallyagainst .a 'mails, was the bearer of a large quantity the to\ such as are' now-in Mexico having
I tanzas are enveloped in the same pernicious air; too early departure from their *inter quarters.A of-'bank' bills returned ;St.'[L uis'froiiithe "wte, the nj y iijxj of Ihe .Ftilege.

,I'HIS work will contain 500 pages ; including and we know only one place in Cuba, accessible few summer-like days in February or March bank of Orleans to be exchanged. 1 their. wnpaper -The necessary blanks and directions have

JL a lurid exposition of the Rules of to strangers Limonar, desirable as a winter will often, in those'anxious to return to their in the north..' '** *: I been Sent..and the probabilities are'strong::that .

Singlnj,and of IUJ'IC.il Composition; a larger residence, and.that one now, having but a single homes, induce the belief that the?warm weather : ,It was :the 'fourth evening of the trip and the.ot'the brave Monte boys.will do'theWvotiDgin'thQ.Halls'

number of thhurc1i tunes used by the religious small boarding house. The climate of Key has fairly set in; they commence their home-.I though tate the(;excitement of.the game'of Poker b r.- ., "on".the 12th; "of next*". Octo-.< 4

denominations, South and West, than have West is eo similar to that of the small tropical ward journey and in Savannah? or' Charleston -then recently introduced -hod kept these I _.. ... .
-r ,.
ever before IH-CII embraced in one volume islands, that its only advantage is in being un- meet with a' pen of cold weather in the begin- individuals at'their table and the!passengers"becoming I <} :-:tThefoUowing

iHles and Anthems; buuday School and Inlimt der our own government,while it is obnoxious ning of April, causing a fresh attack of bronchitis '-interested in their high play had the of descripti>ii'.ofLondon; from .

Hjmns! j Xtuueruus Temperance and Missionary to the objection all seajports, a mingled hind ,and counteracting all the benefit derivedby 1 formed a circle about them,watching with eag'erncShe :gives pen us at a agiaflCeAillakowlJ wandering Yankee in that;city,' ,

1'iecas, &c, accompanied in a great many instants and sea atmosphere.When their exclusion from the.cold-, winter., A silent_dropping of the Cards'and admiring _of the.

by the entire 1 lymn or Song. Many of the tubercles are fully developed, the debilitating still greater 'fault is committed by the-mass of the fortitude with- h'the brom nan 1triters:1'great metropolis'as many of the *m re.:: verbose? *-' -
Tunis entirely new while of those in 'at and often' continued to reduce the size of his' book. ;
many heats of the tropic seem to hasten consumptives returning once, pocket ,, London n.is-a- ,small
fine old airs that have long been used nt I'r.tyi i their softening ; and when a norther bursts when only partially relieved, to..the same'. ,climate Again the"cards,were dealt, and betting began containing about three thinly inhabited place,

0:1',Camj) and other Meetings, ice., but have j I over the land the sudden transition from its and occupation which, brought on th% at-. -each held a ,strong '.hand, and by fifties'_ of women and sofoe children.millions" .of, men.,..all sorts '
nwer Uibre been collected and harmonized tack. The doctor'who would send fever and and'hundreds the stake" 'raiediintilthecl r
preceding sultry, south wind to a temperature, a Be.talks much' in' his letter
till numerous Scotch,Irish, German, and other 1. whichalthough seldom below 20 deg.Fall chills ague pati nt, jrut convalescent, back to his rk, ,counting out'the full'amount. of his-mo has seen : "of the.libnsne;; 'I

fine times, will be found in the 'Hesperian'toiji. more than a freezing blast from our mountains marshy'home, would be looked 1 upon
Buuks ancient and modern-many that causes great suffering in those who are much, and we think the *harge just as applicable cried in an excited Voice' "' -., v'There's from which all ware gaining-.access to the theatre," P'

*t now out of print,'whose rich music -is un- : reducedby disease. We have also observed nearly every invalid we have met(Ai.our winter : 'your.!five; ,htindretlj; 'and fivehunvdred ,dress .coats his, bingafmcl precluded who were not in' I

rantn; to must persons of the present day- that hemorrhages from'the lungs werevery frequent excursions South.. Indeed, from the per&a- dollars better j:niake>m 'or', ,'break'aae-'\ skirts\:. i&sideand, the.pame& the 1Iil

toe ken completely ''used vif to supply this in Havana Matanzas and Key West, even nent check of the disease in.many who' hav'rVraoved 'tis llIhave.'r \ 'coming the Yankee' :passed them.in 'the,. janv-thns' "'-'- ', !

'0I'k. in those, who before they came to those places entirely from their former'residence"we, Hardly was the.money upon.thlf t ble:,h n,_ :' :. .over- T"!'-" If' "1'.1- ,.f I IrJD '
IHEHESPEIUAN HARP L* the and inclined to attribute to ; of, this with cool smile from his the a
largest had not suffered from them; and cases expectorating are. i a neglect a antagonist. money. Y "" j0jp quie a41 dominje of i
-r-st: Music liook ever offered the American tuberculous matter, or with cavities, I precaution large proportion Of,the fathLcases was covered and doubled..'7 :d hopeiul V pupil) ,' "what-VVMUMj.is| a-nailer* "A man' t I ',

Fab1 S as ail intelligent persons will see by sank more rapidly in their debilitating atmospheres "Your' thousand dollars,"and one ..thousand'dollars ;who waAesnans;"..said' John:' JVeij.fiwu.-.._ I'I ;

ttfflparins It with other works. Price, $1 50Jweopj than we have seen similar ones do,even ':'filE'MARvELIaciU:,: better/and- I"give:'.you 'five-Jo- minutes. toraisethe What ifa tail r1 ''''.",One' who'( makWtai&J'-r' t .1 !.
beautifully printed, and bound in money."_= *' -a. :>:,0h .' I
during winter in Charleston. That vrriters arc ratker'prone'to you.stupid fellow :saidlne-dominie bithig -
$ktard with a neatly printed cover. 50 newspape' ,Then for the first tune.the truth' flashed .nis ; ;i" !
When the tubercular cachexy is forming,.we exaggerate, we must atlo''. 'It's a 'way they : up- lips Vman'who-makesi jtailsIP Yes j ,
?w sent to one address for S-U2 SO) ; 100 co- believe that a winter spent in the interior. Cuba have especially those who'deal in the "story 'onthe young that he was in the hands of :mastei'," returned John,>ifthetaiIor did not 'c!

$lC1O. will do much to remove that condition of the liaie But of all .marvell u8 stories, we think one- of the'dreaded' Clegs'1 of'the"riv rand'lie'aw ; put tails to the coats lie ni d;'theyX< ildi e all'jackets' '

& The work rcitt le fur Risked to subscribers system; but in those in whom the disease is already -' the following, _which: we found in an! exchange,. himself/by his own!fol1y/aJl S'r of"all'he $ & tdown/John jgrpu/re'.aif honor to'
"v- Payment in advance. nless he could ithe : -
to : meet if 133
advanced late observations have induced was worth .twp your maternal parent"
far takes the : .
AeiLt* wanted to canvass the whole country climate hastens settler in the West startedone thousand.,dollars of.sopponentbythxules; ... ',- ,' '- !
r us, to believe that tropical Many years ago a : ..) -. .4- -- f. -ft.I._ j $ .
, .recommendations required. Address the the softening tubercles and the formation, day.on a hunting excursion,and, after_travelling 'of thegame,'he' forfeited:that"already up j find t h,. Mre.s J edn 'c j I
ed.of : '
l"'-post pail!, at Louisville, (la.won of cavities. Still further confirmed in this opinion -,, about half the day, killed a noble bear.--. as hV:marked:the gleam rthe"gambler's eye'as' the next-House oC Re'prescntatives are2Q8.viz; : I .

' Co., (ia,August, 18J 7. by its effects on our own case, we determined -' He then threw'the.bear and gun;over'his shoulder lie raised it'from his ."atch- gave up'in'dcsfpair.v .H.r\\higs itt ltidiiig-.lli Le 'Nhti! A'm ri. I I.' .
ITo Florida who 4 times: and which "* >\* -n -. $* '. .._> : 1ind:96 : .
11t1. papers copy to explore interior of)Florida of and started homeward/ l't walking ? ur'f&3 ) -< ; -i. :: al; Democrats ShOuld'the E20 nmbersyetto f5
I !ia $:ubertlrthc paper,a bOOK will be given when we published our Notes on Cuba, we about'four miles,he becamevery: much, fatigued, :Eachfrminute.as it passed was, noted; by the'; : be ectend'poliicJlyinthe, :
I accounts. and take aursst, brown'mahj but unnoticed by the clerk;u til ast'Cotigressthe fu.House. '
had received only unfavorable and concluded to'stop .w &L17 :
; 18n. 4t't' -. the'groundj'jlaidT.his'gun he heard that but one'minute Te in d'for; him .115 Whigs and 11 13 Democra tlZ ; t. ; \
He m.on giving
pr tKetWhjgs
The Doctor then describes his voyage rJ his'110ss.fTheng1i :stnick"with 't
briefly tore ov .
'the bear and'retired to"a- aiithorityoftwoy&es.': -
't by side'ofthe ; log"some 'They navt hoevcs' a I.chancao'gamtng
' UE\V ARD." St..John'B'er'.frpm1ts mouth, tothe. a gleam pf hope. .he".,darted,.througK he J
( '>' weenthe head of Cedar Creek n.d along the fifteen or* twenty 1s: off/and laid him: ; } < | ; f, sthreei privfour irembets ui' 1 t, ,

Duck lolld the New Road between head of Steamboat navigation. .Arrived at.Enterprise -, down to sleep. JWter-i,sleeping:about jhalf;an': lqot f.anxious, spectators JJ his Btatefoomfand 1 .which their majority will begreater.rra'J '.., 1

; I atboo ViHe, lId:Alligator on. a pocket book conSv he thus paints the impression made hour he awoke, and.wajiBtajrtledvat him!and); finding.' a. WaAVi/ f jnnrl/pg;'ftlh: threw(,onn:upon..'. .the S?.>talSle'&ea1ei1'j' '#* i ithoaianddol', if Co1ll.t. ,' '' .. ::. -m..., ,"' : S 'i" "'

'\&ad US in bank notes and two notes ofor 'upon him by the,chance from a'Northern climate -. ferocious panther between his'game.What 'Sir J "s d'h; t/sr isgDitTtft" ; : ii.Pi J Sr I. 1'
icoeach was heto:&'l'HeTconld 'not'g :AtfKlsgun -, : v .. WW WW* ,- hV, 1i--'. t
drawn in favor of the Sub- ; -' ; 1 &
r J.
that Florida. .lafl; inetY-etg4}! IJ Clf&L"Olg t:1 lS'Ui 1BW"Ji .
lud dated to for the p r. *Buty inthe7 Very7energy- fZ ,
j Jn last. 1 will '. ? "
g February '' t'j :
fkl6! ward of**5 .* As we seated ourselves in the and frenzy ofjdespairixhe; .started ntOhis.feet ,gi-re'- Ifn.I.five.mimllutll' ; ; get.thB.1M1Ieu."I .'" i'HJoL McUiungj of 1tlississtppli'.1u isr running' j
>e tome 'or into the hands of Mr. S. piazza of the mansion,.which affords'afinejiew and-met'?the beast in :hia spring. ,.Tlie Jiunterran '''r1u1t'1'. can bVjmaguiedj'the'I: eg left at.. 'orl\ p in one of the districts in that State,' '

ckroo **Jacksonville, Mr. G.S. HerbertII of'the lake, and,,gazed on.the. suminerj b of his arm Vdbyrn"th 8'';throt"of,the/panther/ the nextllanding twO thousand dollars poorer .has jtakenij ids position ;,f4VDr.df:,Democratic"'
I itArr. or the "ahd him -the thaahe'eoiiboard'leaving the clerk moreamountwiser. meisuresC He: has Jherjetqfore acted wlthTlIie1Whlgs I !
the of feathered niincaught. by -
.to throughl -
nature listening thrbugh
p .y01" OEOiWE song "
*1 : D. MiLLER.h1 *>t, 1 .tribes, and inhaling the soft breezes> which fanned tail-gave it a i heavy jerk,and turned_t fe beast i :,thanthat,, ,r'. ,' _,.- ,.'.,\.'..;_. .:'Y rJ.J, m"tJJ.-Jli..' .' : and'althoughrrhV. hair not formal I j :

: AUgust27,1847. -. our fevered cheek.'we felt n.that the,object' wrong,sidf out! ilf some;of out<.readers"should- 7imer.: ,,: J. & "',. 'si' .1'J U." n uoW4h1atparfy-khfe'' .. '? 'i'' !i t:' .''**i*' "(i'i"fe' :

I Stt WEEKS after NUTICt:. the undersigned of our visit to Florida had been accomplished;' 4oibth44'Y;1P, ; m. jfi' t_ t i BEVEuTIONS INIlliSTAunAh: S., j ,policyt, '. : :;? ".'' i." ,,.. .' ...: {...::: Jt'j' : ).m .'
: date ;
r and that we'oould.congratulate our*,professipn- : --- .1 { riJf' rjv- tVv.!
I I > jjHj aPply io the Honorable Judge of Al brethren"I['possessing, a climate:within our ; \jTfv iUI 9* 4y.****+*l*&***tl1* .179;the whole / "AVVerj*; learnedphilos6pherpnce'remarked: ? ,: wji may, have a- virtual:ana1rd"ofinrL .- :
jjSfw: the County of luyal:-for Letters of ; not.supcriori tfcfany, personal property tbe tate of Massachusetts that whenever one wantedJ'ii; 'favor'oJr a'iuan!alzertMUflgO -. 'shiVery'an: e (slayeterritOTy'by the : .
own-territories i equal; .
:ra.bon on the' estate of Andres Ldpcs, ,resorted by invalids, on either continent; nor .ratimatedrat $j54,024.m. 1809 ithadincreased ,:. \vaYI t r uk>it.t ftel\h'e-hud 1 oMdin" .veryineiinVof and under theTcoverrdfJthe-JVil-* :0

R... 41.<.BARBEE. have beinducei'to change'this p.i4l t bl: to'97,949.616. 1In ISSO was205,: :Park &udthat:thelwiltl tribea :fiGs,, p.'yis its Jt Bq 4at.- 1"1 : f
ber 10th. we ,. ? -l" Africi were;always :taost loquacIous while ijd-' .4 ;
: 1847., 6w the,winter 856 422vand in;1840 itnPtedtO'I,8SO Wb.aveno 1lithmn&neerhadany1: mAe'
observations: during .: f(
:: OTiCE". \I ,subsequent It has.long.bee our belief that zeahe south- 338."/ ';Uhe average ii1&11Owas 1406"Stt.sto'eacresident Touring;';'tfceirfo6dvandVe? yenljf' believe:that 1 1taIkiDg ''abd.' .I.'.AW1.n: 'nng," :..."1.1fwitm, t,p. rov, ... .. i
SlYEEK S -' nvwtoappears < i! gd: 1-go.tpg th :.T SJtist"/i 4Ilas. .,4 .'fif..tir > 4i- If'e .
after dat ; the undcrsigD'edPply ;limits-of frost would be f4'te11iiei4lure P'.tb Stat' jhuuuiberoj, ... .. : '.P' '
era > .it ,
> aldne.tandi .
to Y than (in ,jS47ut will manwho dt inacoznerahl bolts. :1.ft ; .' -. .: < :"i.: .', : '" ;. : 1 .
the.Honorable the"Judge of which* :without virri. g7.the: .branchialtul 'being. more, 7 O,QQJ-mlU }:- ,. : ,
: Dinner without 1""p" .
i > ; xddwn his ;speaking ,any one
tJ Se facts ; '
From it.amonn. prospectsyaksaidBeak ,
tiiti ,County of DuvaL r Letters of >esby-atookeencold,'>o}.. suficie tIy', ,( ab : : ,
but thii'Wait\ia a;auspciousIadmduaI.oneJoll' th'exker in* c
InaeeWMaihUsts ntIjeoccasion.pt aret.ri -
'; -4ece3se&- o on'the J'estate 0fSebasti4nEspkJ.AI3ARBEE.: .bracingto giveton; ? to theJowKtateof thejsys1tern : Shit w o ? -ho meditates'on Tnurders;'sickly seasons" 1\fills: r."I ; 'D -': 't''. t2 1" .
: ". .. 'attendant on jth't, ichecticond4ion; in' three times. .fasterfthAthepppulation.. ; :) erethewhqlej r, -< t7th' id ,. 80 ISR ,: "
= -
( B
r.lot.h 1841 ,? : .- '6'. -whiCh< tubercles aredeveloped;': \V e:egard"free >ro| tty.ofjyitate; ...t. vtdei' ': v.,f t in cottoiv-fuicide' theriinthe nightmares.r\_;' ltlthehis tL your b1dijut's> id it"iestimab1A':1Kfl1" : J.1i'
have ant4Lto gentleman. corners J jWr1'Lini u .1 .
jlconsistng of fivepersonsyouid < .
: _' ,
: :exercise in the p ppea airas indp.stkq.ia'3he. .l.'f.z. -gl"l. .
'I.ti. ft8TJtn red''Aaca J1 t.e" UJV". g. "! .1.ur 1.LwAf ,:*: } ,
But e'cost ofli'inghUI
'lL- P > hating rclaims.against 'the es- treatment of phthisUf and.he;whaias walked WOrth$2,032 thetiricreaseiiforfthetiverage;; : ;one's;heart good to hear him let;the secrets of ....iJ".C.A..1"'N'"H'_ >- S u'7. ,, :: ,".'. ?3jy"" .
? a I *
w wt
'i' '
John-AL 'of New Orp ,jthe Paris.h'ospilfthjj.ftndilistened. hIStorY I kept p : -c8 t b ".2.t' r".L' .
W'l ? Stafford late riil tovel': : ; .loJIe
1 ,, L .
.r < > S8wo1ywi ,
"c iu >
; on \ ; js" i' > sr v
of t bsar* Yer 1Unp' J 1< ;
JJrdeceasedwUl; pnwentv'thisnuto ,the oftiuBWeds froott thelipa toe" aa rpl1 ... ,\< ,t .' 'And-tJ hitMc tJ i&h p 'bl ( 6f cOTirU I ''Ifnoi yqttnaa betierWilittletf; .. '.
haG" j'" ;if "
? Within ihotimepreftibedbylawi. ,veri;jLouis. 'cMvcr.cozqienty; > mmed fA _. ner o-. % tf. '.),; 4 ". w .k<,yi ;if.,*ntos--. *"<* 4 '_' :: .

fI.i4'.nu.i11 be bazr ;.and: those indebted io his patient the. suicidal .confinemenl, (to:a' w'closed,- 1 'bn iittot1 i T r ti 8Jtif i i Stl catch'the sly'W 1et-iUid' eWrizSthe'txoin,: -i: -. ,'ilf-e.j. .-t.J- :..-. .1"--f. ,*..t>'"<.-'.',! A4 -- >.i1|t.1 4'i' 8''
; : lU1lI11.ke payment to ?-,->!!: heated rooin,:in.'prefereMCft: i 'ejimgoraling'inhobitiou.of uibr ho'teC }itbekngatoaauta'beopert .1iiDJ'Yi 1i r. st t \ 1i f 'l ,-t" ",n "u'- _._. 1'.id I e u.oI -" ,. ': _:';..;::''',-.. ':.,.

SAN.BTAFFORDvAdorxv a baliny.and'opfaiMf..(' T s f}* U1. ;. the' follycestlmany preadiEg tow. n- .r 1W -j.f""togtttha .' ,: !
: : w" t.o.pl.n."el"1. to 'tThq9ays .,, .. :
'A :
; ti;, J SHUAS: ?FORD, ,Adm' ,; :i:ft: xperimen* fOfJd e-E wa ;on3JU.. F' _d ntOa1 d. 1. ..1/_" ,tJ. bU : i5 Of&X .:*- t+Vujis*:.4 d.wm.>. S'of"Vt\1t- "W.. "- .,-r 1j..w...-.-.!.' .- ., .."e'I:-. "'., ,. .. ., -._.'_._": .-1.,, <"'. "

$ I Sept'10v18ir* ; .6m-- t : 3lin&the fr$1" ,, c. }!t.jl }ll t f ff Jtt' .tl itit f.'d 4rt -' '. fH3 Jnt.. -c, -".I''"

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5ri 'fr'Ho: ';'N' :.'E' W'"S' .j.I .. ..ESCAMBU'Coiiml-Mr.1t\iiGm;'the editor trineu (si ti, htf-.u pOmU1p. J M ]I. :Again the IAW requires the"Tax AR .at. brit- What. he.uafertak.k14w- f&iJS|5S If

.: '. : .. : .) ,: .. of the Pena,cola Demoaratr is announced i:. 'Jefferson':which of' wura'" ,whenderstood '. 1jt:-.: -t-.P r4vAMtiUA '
P41ti > rt'e.for include the.delegated ri :h is end poor.; ' ,. ;i y-. Sa
t. 4 5JAgKSONYILLK : candidate RepreeentatiTe of\,Escambiacounty. some 4QtY,for,thej&ithful performance of p gfWJfjfc
; :1s.i7.. era tfihe'Cute&Statew: "of these e. "fs .n beIieve, ft Stsi
aij ms-.t3SSf
i L. ,.SEPTEMBER. .,,. it'".. ..*_ -t't.} k"11,i, wntiaLjhasJolinC.CalhouiieTerfailed?' |Wtea : ::his dutr =yet the'pecufikry" responsibility.for. about t bat Ili.atleh i" **9fJSf' i
j i "; 1t'tLil' before the whicfi ii arl ; 'required :wa"token ttel heean'onl -: 1."' a 11I1
.was hehuDg'backror quailed ,_ aeg" &.was., ; :<.*" UA; ,
4 n- We acknowledge the receipt of'a bottle. oifelaughtofBiichpowerM" : leaders''a .'from'him and:'giYeJ9" the. .sheriffs;!.and_they -ana htooiaiy sM to a_PO SSil "

I of cologne water,of:most 'exquisite odor, the Webster,'Adams:?"jCnay :*p4* host of other able he' were required to give additional, bonds., This, bout*t r ij Ms iv'*present_iji, 'scie"eIn. at lead 4
,and influential men.jwhcm: again and:again -.I... _. .
manufacture of Kir. WM. 'HtOO'Huys.jr of < : .
I has met aridrepell d intlieir'coacerted attempts confusion_ ., of_ opinions; be\ween..thwe.Executive' JIIt '. -,. _' t.

; Savannah, Ga. Mr.;H..,offers. superior. inducements upon;,the':Constitution" ,::and": the;iightliof:; .the andGeneral Assembly, and the pubtie t ,has been. [ooXJmtiC4T. ;l ", ,

to, citizensof East, .Florida, both.:in the. .States,?; .- decision which the :u ,. '
v .;stapled ;bythis ,makes, tCBPTEA
i7DEMOCRATlC' ( ,. .... R
MEETING. ;, quality and price.of his,._goods,. and. is desirous fAfter; remarking thaVif. ;" tfeirg lC" law consistent A meeting of the Democrats of,this precinct ts iin.thCirtf : -- In this principles 'abandoned'the"Democratici party) -' ':7oug.N d, 1,,y 4 'L.
\ 'JHIs,agent iT,% -are. "-,, -*- the constitution.; That these, offices "ehouldbe ,elected; ;

t will jbe held to-morrow (SATURDAY) evening; place, for, the. 'sale of drugs, perfumery. &, Is would- ,'bij. ; but- .- "aJt" unprincipled. combination:of. ,distinct is apparent .enough-the,'constitution ((Arfortunatii;thins:rrhich'u ,- .,'I
at the. Court House at 8 o'clock.; Full attendance ,
: Mr. F. A. POUIXEN.. for bib plunder".Mr BiScx.continues.To ?Pettq
t "" : men say they shall be.dbtinct=the practice of theExecutiveiaiithe Pre thoughl Pd allow ,:
r is requested, as it is expected that business ,'". whom among us:all;are Tre half f.so:much GeherailAssembly my name'tabe I
; Mr..Calhoun for the maintain .. says" .they. Hopllhg.. Wy ra piareo,.JM! noi b>'reBut
E : of importance will be brought forward. THE :FLORIDIAN" AND 'THE WILMOT indebted, as to : ( h ; r ;
i 1 .. PROVISO. '- ance," advocacy,?'and I establishment, of"these aught"to" distinct: J'c bocaurocit: e, ,Governorhas Pll tell you a secret between you taaotftUkft '

k DEMOCRATIC BA&BECUE.-The Democrats of i principlesWhen:others "ou 'cop1 ;but halfway Appointed-c tax;,assesaorsf,contrary;"to,the, the. 'wrangement tter '
,11 a .tf the town of Jacksonville propose.to give'A The Floridian of,the- 18th mat. ,:"contains'Do, .1. ;to'the mark he was always up.to it l The law, and.the General'Assembly have ,approved k .' three,. '
correspondence in relation to .a report which history:of his public 1ite't r.the'last' ten years 1',
i BARBECUE, to take place on Saturday the 2nd 'circulated is. nothing"but'.the;"philosophy..teaching by such appointment-,reason j and, .the.practice of My name for, the Senate should first i ;
it appears has been industriously ;: : '
of October next. All invited ; he manJ"counties say they .puglit tojbe distinct.- offered .
Democrats ts are to example" off: these great',questions \which .r :
that the Editors of that journal had stated that
attend, and the company of luke warm,Whigs, I has so'elaborated and interwoven into the Democratic 'Money does, not improve man's natural hoe; But the:Whigs have'-thiS honor to "
,they would "vote for a Wilmot proviso man in faith; ;to make them one land ihsepar- does fees to execu- nott, -
as of
)' t ; is most particularly and respectfully solicited. ;;est i;neither} .atf mcrease proffered,
It .traced to W able. 'Who- ahali hascontributed. to .
preference to a Whig. was JII ; more better; administration
i i THE CANVASS. G. BURGESS, Esq., and 'the letter addressed,to one party.a local habitation.and.a(name,.and ,tiTeoff icerspromote' a or D#compensation JiiSt .And. :who,do you think.wem.. J to- n fie.

principles,' which like;a beacon,'in'; all..time.to. of the law... A just .lyhy,.nobody else but our ltttl0 friend e
Both of the political parties are now actively that gentleman with his reply, we.copy at.the come'WiU.distinguish.itis.'as..; Democrats and should;be given,to the fax assesso ,to be fixed. 'Tis, down right presumption. the

? engaged in canvassing for the approaching election request of the Floridian. .The./alsity of the patriots 1 ,.by.law j ,and d., as'security.' ', .noQ'uired was .froward 'At -let'- -r..-

and our Democratic brethren have taken charge is thus clearly shown, and we regret 'Mr. .: BLACK.. concludes. with.;the. following. euiogium .I">.
I .. ,t, 1. . .; intended,to .meet. the.. pecuniary responsibilityof ? To start.him'against old Cdonel t b '
up the cudgels in good earnest We trust that with our able contemporary that anyone could on. the stateaanan Cr the,':'south. Whocan ; :
the safe keeping of and his
: g. .public'moneys, Pm sure hell be beaten for old
i they have not entered the field too late for out be of such wanton unfairness shall John h r
' ; i 1 wilfully guilty. say.that it is not merited 1 Who rcn- labors. being subjected_to.the:supervision of thecounty Or elected to stay u nolens. volens"at
opponents were ,never more industrious anl even political oPPnents. ture to deny the democracy of JOHN C. CALHOITH noai
he not to be to
boards: ought. required Whlte.c t"oiurset' thef h
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; t F never more determined to secure success. We FLORIDIAN OFFICE A few short' have e pih; > pari *
f fBtK ; ; years ; 'y, give any.security., ,These.twooffices; are total-_ For want) as of suitable
can only say to .our friends be zealous and TALLAHASSEE, September 17,1847.WM. _thus served and saved, at its uttermost: need/is say, a .saaaT h': '

i vigilant Be on your guard for every electioneering G. B0KGESS, Esq., now inthefall. fruition,of its victorious principles respon- Have proposed to me here to bring bat.III1t.
has circulation but the who then welcomed its sibility distinct,in .duties-distinct'.in their 'nar1They '
:E Dear Sir:-I learn a report been In man. was _as ..
t ., argument of the Whigs, and ansWerit for a week'or ten days past through this trusted'pilot and "able'chain ion''in its time. moral bearing; .they require:distinct char' for whom Fve stood the'blaai
M in an efficient manner. If any one shall vde county, on your authority, that had said I greatest peril!and difficulty, is how to be pronounced acteristics7 in the incumbents. And it follows, blame .. aDd'. "".

, 2 against COL,BEOWARD, on the ground that hail would sooner vote for a Wilmot proviso man '"out of: tho line of:.fife," and not'a .".

a r r opposed to paying jurors, it will be the'fault of than for a whig. It has been circulated here member of the Democratic t'party '. could not. .that as' theh-,.union, in 'one, man is:.contrary fo'the J Grown gray in their,service, spent;111.

t. and was also, I understand, reported in Quincy, have made such'a declaration; Truth honor constitution, the uniting.was.an oversight, best years ,.
those Democrats ,
{ t: who have not taken the trouble giving you as authority?therefor. As,I am satisfied gratitude forbade:it: consistency/actualliteral i i of''the Legislature.. The:L Legislature .can 1 t! Now cheat me of honor and '

, to state the truth of the case. We have explained I never did or could have so expressedmyself consistency' :would.nave"'seated my'lips, ,and "rhisper.tfioagetei Ji'
ch constitution in *the manner
: i the reasons which guided our Semtor ; and as the report has been industri- silenced the aspersion. If Mr.Calhoun is not. a ngethe except And to make sure as it were of political; desi

i' in his votes in the last General Assembly and ously extended throughout the whole Middle member.of the Democratic party, who is 1 prescribed by that instrument itself, or by the, They,'.first .started with. nee, .Mir.. .
District much to my 'prejudice as well as my, unanimous' consent .of the people. I am no "
4 no one should be ignorant of them. friends, you will do me the favor to give me oi' MR. WRIGHT'AND THE WILMOT PROVISO. friend to the multiplication of offices:,'but I look E--h,". t. "
But the
'1 1 We have one advantage, and that is the statement of the circumstances and the conver- Several Southern Journals who in their indifference people wouldn't take, so his name tiev
the constitution all
manner in which our ticket was nomuated.i sation you had on .the subject I wish it for upon as superseding private now haul in, .V

Considerable dissatisfaction is felt publication in justice both to you and to myself.I to the intercsts'of the South, testified v. ews'upo the subject f Ijtherefore do not med-, And substitute for.him Mr.--Somebody'Cj.

i already have no recollection of ever'having any conversation : a determination to sustain Mr. WRIGHT'' at dlewith the abstract question involved in this ,. ..
the ranks from the the .I give.up, Tm. sure, for my own humble. :
among Whig fact that with the subject, and enter- UFo
k t you on all hazards,have, since.his death, declared that provision the constitution.
people were in no way consulted in the ticket taining entirely different opinions from those H-r ;t could beat us, and B. -e aid W
he the so. This
was opposed to Wilmot ['prov Legitimate bodies may make mistakes as wellas
: which bears their name. But this is their own imputed to me I am satisfied there is a great H-t, :
somewhere. excuse for their apathy is now wrested'from individuals and two 'heads''
mistake Very respectfully, ; .although are And'P-'tis
there too the "VoW*'
affair and it remains cf ekr
i to be seen at the polls Your obedient servant, them. The N Y.: Evening Post, in an article said to be better .than;one, it may. be.doubted, .Hill i' -

whether the mass of the Whig voters can en- SAM. S. ,SIBLEY. relative to:Mr. WEIGHT'S actual.. opinions upon whether a legitimate body without any,legalhead'at That ,distance "
dure a self-constituted series of candidates who us Whigs, and'Pmsa ntW
the subject, extracts the following from a letter : all,does.not require a much more scru-
TALLAHASSEE 17 18474Col.
: claim to be their Oar ticket Sept. he wilT .
representatives. I ,
SAM'L. S...SIBLEY, by him,dated April 15th, 1847. In alluding to tints supervision on the part of the 'people- So none
the is the ticket of the for we can slip throughor'hopttHsmuggled.
iI on contrary people Sir Your favor of this morning was just a discussion 'to his sentiments which .
:- : as was than if such were under the.restraint,of respectto '
it was selected not by the candidate them- handed to me. At your request, I now inform then < ;0:.'w-,
several he
i agitating
prints, says': the opinions of the majority of the people.in- '
you that I was'taken by surprise on Saturdaylast For the.people won't now be's sSck laatt*
Convent I "It may be closed before get this but if stead of their majorities
when called on me to know wh theryou' you ; own body- usually
you figgled.r
tion, wherein the wishes of every Democratwere not then I that it be stated in .
: suggest a
had ever said to me that you would sooner very exist in:the State-one .is. .the. majority of the '
consulted.Be Proviso than summary way that I am opposed in principle I am'writing you nowdear,from Kentucky,
vote for a Wilmot man a Whig. the
in the a.nd.
same opinion Legislature other
zealous therefore,and active, and success All that I ever said on the subject, to the best to the conquest or purchase of territory; now And unless our friends in Duval are .11e9J
for the is the of the in the Stateor
free of-incorporating: majority same.opinion
will certainly be ours. It is no trifle for which of my recollection, was when' I was at James' purpose slavery Even yon,Neddy C-::1,unless yon nafiatir,
s upon it; that I think it ah appropriate time to thereof and' ,'not
Island[ a few.weeks since and was said,at the people ; they may or may
we are contending, and our exertions should be and either toRl J. I declare that principle,.when an appropriation the Couldn't help B.and"C.andypurJ.ELr-fc. .,
,house of Mr. Joseph Chaires, ; I exist at same time. The majority; the, ."'"'.*
correspondingly great. We do not merely seek is asked to purchase '.the territory ; *and that .. .
to Joshua and I :
Floyd Esq or Capt. Byrd, certainly -
in. ihe State the
Same. is
opinion undoubtedly: ,
such a 'declaration made at'such time- is not ,
to defeat Mr. BURRITT, but we are determinedto never expected it to go beyond the wallsof a THE BATTLES OF COUTBEBASCHURUBTJSCO. myI
in opposition to the administration unless it be ruling and when ,the majority of:the '
which did .
prevent the election of a Whig to the U. S. said house ;; and that I 'say, was I :
avowed that ;administration' .
t not said with a view' electioneering tor or wishes to acquire same. .opinion 'exists in the State. and the Legislature '
Senate. We do not merely seek the success of against anyone or for the purpose of injuring the territory for the extension of slavery .the 'is 'of the The following graphic account, ;of. the bt >t.
government a government
''J, Gen. BYRNE but with his in which case I would think the administration'ng ,
'success we would any one. It, therefore, does surprise me much ties in Mexico is abridged from the ,3ev ftf.

destroy the Native-American argument, and indeed that any expression of an opinion, made and the. declaration right. majority, and consequently legitimate government leans Delta. f ,

{t prevent the introduction into the Legislature of by me to a'friend. and at the house of a friend, ;,but::where the l majority of the same : "Oii the 17th the head'of.Gejt otli'iainmn

r should be circulated with a view,to either of A Bi r%-The Boston Atlas.'(Whig) has the :opinion does hot exist iIi the State and the Legislature ; .
the and arrived at .San
Whig resolutions policy of CoL LANCASTER : -; -' i Augustine, tacrny
the above purposes,and particularly'by persons i following in relation.to the great(New. England .at-the__same- -time-, __,'the. "government- is'a showing himself in great numbers,.bat i dnruq
If we are defeated the Whigs have with whom I had.ho conversation, to the best of t -- f y J
I Statesman. What a pity that the other sections government of the minority; and consequentlyah the attack on the Ibth the column "moredii
,4 thing to gain and we have everything my recollection, while at the. Island, either.on
of San Ttorntcn
the'direction JAntonio. ,Cap .
of t Union do .
But I did have knot entertain the sentiments usurpation. Governor the 'peoplo'sagent
elections same :?
politics or voting. a
t 4 lose. The principles for which the Democracy ,oftlie Dragoons, in protecting the ngine na
r i conversation'either with 11. J. Floyd, .Esq. or : in6ustaining:; the majority of7 the lepbi their rcconnblsance of.fortifications of So

+ have been successfully struggling for many Capt. Joshua Byrd, on the subject of the Wil .That.Daniel .Webster is .the choice of the I on in i he_State. ;,,and;when the.majority of Antonio, was killed oh.the 18th.., About.2,j
: will receive check and this too from %
years a only mot acquirement of territory n
Whigs of Massaehusetts5 for the Preaidentialof- clock rain which.completely
the same opinion exists' in_.the .State and the a heavy came on.
and tho MadisonConvention.
Mexico the Bcnton Letter ;
through the apathy of our friends. But we fice is fact which I
a ih
,,we presume, no.one will de drenched the troops and stayed for day
r 1 ''.r still have confidence in the Democrats of Duval, The latter I was in favor and of. as ny. That;he is f fitted.by his age, experience, Legislature at tBe same time then the govern.ment
if y that they will do their duty. The whole ticket embracing views results I had which long I have entertained long.expectedtrill asanticipating service, and.transcendent talents, to.adorn that ,of the majority sustains. itself as it'were; IStU Gen.''Worih's'divis with partrf

1 ti' I high station'there can be as little doubt. but, ,when they .differ,' what power has''the the '1st Brigade, occupied. the hacienda of&J
Y one and. all must be elected. one day come unless .in time warded ofi'And '
I I Juan de Dios. ..
while on this subject 1 it as opin Goveriiorto'sustain_ the majority the State .
gave my t{
'; GADSDEN COUNTY..The Democratic, candi- ion that there were many Democrats at the [FOE THE MEWS.] except'this Very power opposed to that majority;. advance 0n the 19th, Gen. Twiggs ca e'up advaaaaf with{jb
South who would vote for Democratic Wil THE OFFICE OF TAX Gen..Sniith's'1ight.brigade .
+. dates for Representatives of this county are and consequently where'the Legislature does on the left,, and CoL Riley's to. the righ wj.ported .

t Gen. A. K. ALLISON, Dr. J. L. SHIELDS, CHARLES in mot naming Proviso some man who, in I preference thought would to a Whig so vote, and I .C LLECTOR, 11 'not t Yi'eld'the;; government becomes II government by Cap .) cGruder'8 battery and IOT.Cadwalkder's .

i S. SIBLEY and Dr. T. MUJJROE. named, such' It seems that the .Executive, have at last de : of the howitzers.'which belonged to tl.
Esq., A writer you. My reasons for 'coming to a minority, and consequently.anusurpation.
p1 conclusion have already been given tided that.the,law. requires one man to'exercise i .' division of Gen. Pillow,, 'The:;enemy'.opened
per- The '
in the Floridian thinks it probable that Gads- you power to sustain the majority his batteries from Contreras 'aao tf*
heavy .
I will further that I had the offices ;
den will return three Democrats and one'Whig. sonally. state never of, "Tax- Assessoi".and"Tax. ,' Collector ', ,injthe State against. ;the 'majority in the Legislature advancing. troops of Gen. Shiith's bTIgtide.

Too good news to be true. any who conversation I named, on with the you subject, or any of other the: Wilmot person. "Jn each County in this State; 1 That is, 'thattheGeneral I ,has"been" Jeft>out of theCoiistitutioti:--- ged the;enemy infantry: These'tH9 irigaoti

', Assemby meant that the two distinct tor more than one'hour sustained a fire ofpieces 33
this was
Proviso,previous to my.conversation with'youon no blind, omission the convention
JEFFERSON COUNTY:;The Democrats of Jefferson Saturday last; and therefore could not have, constitutional. offices should be held bone but it'was 'blindness'in the Profle'who: ratified of a1iUeryDos; Ii, of'beaTy tniT afar! r

They were finally compelled to'retife,
county have nominated. Judge JOHN M. their heard you, or any the of them. express 'your. or man As the law is printed this'a'correct i :the::constitution' ,;l and' :vtho''sooner<1 h1'open- sustaining_a severelossiti'killeasnd''aLGlen. ; :
opinion subject.I
SMITH for the Senate, and Colonel E. E. BLACKBURN am.on.respectfully, decision; but is the printed'law., ,the law'th i their,yeS to.the::error/the better. ;Without'.a Pillow had ordered Gen: '"brigade

: THOMAS Ross, Esq, and .JOSHUA TAYLOR Your obedient servant, passed, the General' Assembly 1.Ve are informed power to compel> the ,majority Jn::.th e:Legislature .to the support of Cot Riley.' At this'# cf

'for the Lower House. All W. .GAITHER .BURGESS. that'we are' to receive" it ":J- the .proceedings, while he battle :Asa-
.these gentlemen I so ;to approximate to the same'opinion as the .the,enemy appeared: thin left"of; the. imtet
'i are among the most intelligent citizens of the I It is the rule for a member of Assembly whey )majority in the.Stoie,we"shall alwaystbe overwhelmed CQutreras,.and in:rear of the Village of .

county, and, of course will again have the hon LETTER OF HON. E. 'J. BLACK. -. he desires- to. ,introduce, .,a'new c law ora modification with',fruitless and licentious ,with a I" 'forcey of 4n *\ \O'nien wider' theatecomntam2

a,l or of representing the only county which always .The' Augusta1 Constitutionalist. in reporting 'of,the ofd to. get :'togetherll,'tlto old tion.' 1; .:have"no doubt but that it was, [a legisla'hopeless .'. ofSaAnna.The ,' _'' .\ *.'
the speech made by the Hon.E. J. BLACK. ,at theDemocratia'ronvention and all the '' 15th/lafahtry/uhdeiy. .
sends three democratic delegates to. the laws. information ho can relative ,majority in the. tegislature that presented then o rcdby.Oen..t"1J.lO"'to th o: w-

Lower House. Success to old Jefferson. in Georgia represented the! subject r'avid/, '.then-prepare' !hisi flaw i:-orchis: the rejection of,1bp attoftheeleGtion'liw'n'the : Smith'a,andEil!I.oy's,Dr, pt ea. .About' ,

him to have.stated,that Mr. CALHOUN was not a ,intended modification of the law{ comparing it < 'Governor." The the State cl- Gen: Scott..cajne'. 'UPCJl..t grbuni;;.,b

t FLORIDA VOLUNTEERS.-We learn from the member of the Democratic party. Mr.,'BLACKin carefully with, the ':principles '. fthe: ; rl najontyjin- ; ;: with..Gen:Shields', .brigade of'volnnt q .
: gov the'constitutione
ways'favbr /until motion is'made : which tbeoftheforces
; a was immediatelyoraered to aff ,
Pensaoola papers that Capt LIVIXGSTON'S company a long communication. addressed to. the.editor,. ment;aa,set;forth in the constitution, ito; which: ; ; :<: '
it i ,to amende. ; ..UOMOSSASSA. ? : :under liens. Cadwallader;: .
j of Florida volunteers have been,ordered- of that able Democratio journal denies that he' .such,new'law"iwp modiVcation6f, ; the:old;should ; '. --. : .. ''. ,: ': '. ..'. Twiggs,'as night approached, finding it iatls r

from New Orleans to Pensacola to join',the made.use. of this language, and explains himself always.{conform.? ,, .. jf' j UUIISTrC&: : sible,'. from.the; nature) of the ground, to'rid
:f of Capt KELLY which is in the The I. ; ", 4 I command. felibackto the position occuby.Gen.
'1 .company garrison subject. .
fully against
upon charge Therefor it) the rule '
when the '
? ) : :
"Mr '1rE ane'doeenot Scott;and paased'the niht"e2
"j at Fort Pickens i i ; : ,. ., ,1. seem, .
Both .
t at place. companies Mr. CALHOUN was,.eagerly caught, upbyVsev- its''enactment :18' found 'toconfict :wlthttJ < r : ''- .
: : : : e ?of'thhe armi stice.A 'He writes from the inclemency of the weather McGrds)
arc then to proceed to Vera Cruz on the Steam eral Whig. journals who fancied .that =i -r 1.' '" : 'approve disabliour

1 : an opportunity constitution, and. wei.are'eeiifto'the.ye'r1ial''con.. ,=' I1ral'-U"fo110ri and the howitzer battery.being,.
d ,77. .C' ( .' the 8 :;
\ "
; er Ann Chase, under the command of Captain : "was presented them '''for fomenting struction'of:the\ Iawo ascertain of left advancing .on road previously"
., meaning : "iet.cmenow '
: KELLY. I dissensions. in'the Democratic. ranks., The.foul, .the.Legislature: '_:to'construe t the law if there :. ;:, give-'iny speculationsastto the red by:the enemy, thereby tcxpoaag our.J
: .of- "' '11 ; ,. p mode by which this armistice was brought about ry.to destructive; $ro.as. they ap _4f
slang however will thus..lose.its.points alit ever. a shadow of in'' : On th of the 20th instant "after '
THE LIVE OAL-The talented'and industrious : ,.+ doubfj sucli'a_ way, that1 the Legislature > 11ght ,the great McGruder's and howitzer tten .JtI"
f i I I will as long &g,they-noble,.career. .'.of the.grealT : may.be:presumed i to'havefaiirorle: 'tlie :Mexicanarmy was thoroughly beaten broken. deed by.Gen Smith to open, to attract the!*"
editor of the Lave Oak for '
apologises .publishing '' -. "/1':. oI.jf to: and routed Mrl.Thornton of the .
statesman.+of'the South: preserved in tiuduBto constitution''and.not'at ; pieces ;- Eng tention of.the,i eJny"hile he.made a.ia J
ahalf sheet.only from the fact of a danger. I once:;introduce aconstrnction -_ 'lish]'1'%atioh7accompahiedbythet'Britisli Cone ,
; his coif it There : iassnms ; : ment to the right to try ::one; of th4
,r hemorrhage, from the lungs,, by,which he i -II of< :"' ... ., i.is" ,one(. (paragraph in :that' .the'Legislature:guilty' Bul;'Mr.:Mackintosh,'a;'man who' regards Santo flanks.;. -After:passing over thex'bmkeal
the letter ,which.wo'cannot-forbear giving tp of ah :infraction.of the .' :Anna hates'the, Yankee, and .
has lost.over two quarts'of blood, from the_ sudden g; ;Con titutibh.'The'cohstithti6n never;moyesun- : regular surface of the 8ro und'and crosslag
our readers The;principles Democracy :k' 'I' : : less his oFri'ends'to begained/cams; out of ravineshe: !
are nan deep :
: shall i g1lage91&saIdo.
. o. ;
.. one
disappearanpe of one of his compositors and P. .
< the city plwi-haste'on"avisit to; .
clearly stated aiidL'Mr.'CALlroux :is'tested;b'them. :" GeheraTpcbtt.The Gen.'SD1l.th being
from the sudden appearance in his family of a ** f4.c' : hold.two offices of honor and..profi' ,,;'F pt.the next-imorning General Mora,;accompanied I officer,Geru Cadwallader.reporied &her..
bouncing young Democrat.. Truly a compliestion offices.of JusticesVof/the;\ :'and/Notanes' by.-MrArrangoiz:,who'wati'formerly.rMexichi' f four regiments' of G. Pillow's division< < '

,; 'of disorders which.would be the death of -".The whole drift and:current of federal politics :PublicJ1 :this'State at one ahd.the same'time;;j' 'consul} 'New Orleans, cameout;also on a visit .Rlle,' brigade"had; crossed;,.they; raviaJpassed
1 render.it more than.-probable that,in alluding to General Scan and, the'same"day the latter .
J on
this'. deciaion'then. ... p proclaims. .. ,that the'/Jf A:.Glen.l'Assembly afte 'a,; Jl..
any one but an Editor., We have.. qurself,been I Ij to his wa-membershlp) .the ,party, '- ',. ; .' ':wrote a'letter, \tothe:1ouiraii: s'lunttng of the.,.enemy,.which.he drove. The

visited by the last'dispensation of-Pro, ence I spoke of it as a groundless and fallacious charge, : of\the State':i.have. 'violated;. "the :.at' >;au ,armistice teen'the thtot'1 arm .was now. drawn up into: line,'' offte the'

abut asthe young atrangeris.ot the"femalegent -'' and not,as.a?fact I;accredited..What,. for''in- D8titUtlon:. ;;T nelts' -,.Y4/ orereaaonab, e': if'with,' ''viewW/of'opeiung'negotiations for a on the right,of the fort This was.ii'atia "

Stance,'.constitutes .a'Democrat i Adhesion to] that djUp iI"?trio < .peaces !This propositionwiis eagerly! tbithMexican .
tha'phrasqolpgy'of aitionfortbeenery. .
p .
rt e&| .
der" aslliss" -
ScjUEESs modestly inggested toi .. ,... .
i ,. certain,, known? and; :*elVd fi1edi principles, A'- "_ *T *" .h. v. .Minister;;pf War>&tthe'nistitlon "Gen.:Smith prdered Gen Cadera111 '
her father; we cannot r 'prornUe her Vote io'tae.: .aoiong, hjd1.'are/rr.etriuk:iUli.; enteredt o n I41i.n8. "" tr'ht ,jD d,I antborneoutin' (i&.D.W Anna'of*cours'arid;: the resulthiwbe force tovbe:.draWU1JP nojr oqthe.outertedvillage qf ill'

t Democrats until HORACE GREELY and,Miss FUL- | :ntryt;and the,veto panic rai,, :defined,by:itui:constitution ( hfi' 'i mioii.b., iheeaurseofathe: scuttle en a reat"'of armistice in whi cti.cord ,: ;fam''tJi,;ehemy'Ssheavyleft'of tmtClWl'

b 'LEE have been successful in procuring. the; iocloiowlrfgmcntoftheRighteofWomah. ;..',These. are'among',-:the affirmatives to be .aadtienera1...,.,..: < 'I TA.,'. r"baaa, .' a'tsobr tlie" >_ ,ractieaof ..,., ._ }lug to) "or.nearlycveiy thingthe:'Mexicans: Jthe fort. .'4'J ,the'p d
-;' gustained by a Democracy.He should lefpundin"oppoationtpiaFdistributionof : nan '; untesin J Staf(eItf'"'as decided ask4for was conceded'tlknoTruothing. of the 'position'of his forces Gee SmttbaaxdtS -

1 fi. : ;; :,th&proceedeiof 'tr firaf t ha, Ji{ShezdfflRere: .P4"41 2B;pf *:thycommissi6n,; :e cept.fromnriearsay.'Xliere .ed to'attack Jhe.'ehemy'a right-with1K" -Cot=
r'exaof8ciondthe; "
'. ; the' sales.9t?the l public lands;,ahd.he shouldalwayti '.'are ,ihany;'whoibelieve:'thatlezk'cottlia4.oeeii'com < JV-ft 'Gen.".Cadwajadcr an'tbet?
R .,1,THE Co8. .>-tiie. Ocala. Aigos.,j' contradict" .i :: in Eeason,:and 'put;; of,season,' beVfeady' legitiihate-''Wffi&lSffinfluS'iKtt i e: "O 1e4tO'&do' tthiipol- tbefarmer =retui'ned.in echelo :b .b de
.1.1Mr ?h
*: *Kf ? -f"rt''f&< < 4 t
lion to a statement made In;.tJ s Savannah' .pa; Ting>< p r; andiwilling'to oppose,;without,waver- 'tax. assessorshouldbe, t ::aouitcd*b:.']' the Goveraorbothrrere ?. t :, icy:at'tke threshold*of.iheDlencan.capltalJby; ; movement. could coii leted, night a

t 4 ,pers,says that the cotton crop'in Mariotf unt1'"prolts or'comprpmising, any and every attempt of : "' -": oaa: < J9.-"t--,,{44'a"k" tierof. ..p ,the' /Trist:":aui.hb inatiucfont but:they are': ed-:the:aeJP1'-'mee DDt bae '

the.abolitioniststo: ;(dnyade?our rights by meats 4"' .r xiaidImtstacknowled sun thetimber .r fort{,ij :'order +ras rAnntereaaluled,, G
y among
.',_ .. ,.remarkabiy. ,well. | >. Wi6ughit'". .4. suffered .. of tthe )legIslatioeis'otCoiigress; ,_. These;(and ,1aw :liat ttb i'tavorcd thid ei tt i.r 4ot=the: who'think'thaC.a'peaco honorable andbtislaciory ;, wanaderresuming ihis. ;ipositionJei u-t'

r.. .alittle from at" weeks rain..'//Our;.pri; hiorej he,Should unfurl' his.:banner to the breeze,; :d.e Bra'.iareftci'lonor,' the'ccMutl. } il. ,inci'fri'. to'.We United:jitates is_to 0oi1t f the Village? Cbl55aej: t,, lit

Tate.accounts from rio1 fare to the,same"r: ;.and iinscribelupoh Uf'SIft':trae'eif owidUf,'JD: s r- l v!:.s?. 1 r ":j"fc.; "-- J1 n-:- "' :"- % ., n, 'of.this matter-.;:The,,whole affair,' on'the face of, forced iu'a long :inside and b

t i "'As for Duval she'13coP' letelT r 'drowned debit t ajaJio1lfr banks''econouiy'f tJtatu3 .:ti; Krsgiseerb4 constirnotfon'' the laxasil i' 1ooks lik'b'o r'blht6; : i 1d1.trlcH'Jo' '.T the Bitles-hialettt d the i 34 f
"' < +,a"ttidliulhtii'lit1 Ml!; cmstitetivn"' To o : : t eeineiaevl'ache I.trlok', ; .
dJibi < gain time and .1.ntthd}1iittehj'ard..eButnovrre":
t.outt and" the e tOi1hatdit. ., .._ .&.." "J'i'o? sustain.thesePosi'tio ;he'.should,be deeply and notretands J Wfr> i*iii 1 i rrr'r o > noT nI Q ht of -cry' "'andiliseiinbailie: he. .head"f11=. A4"'poD ': .Ii41. io, '

. ten foot pole.'v thoroughly. imbrued Witb'the conaervatiPt.ddc- t1,e' .I ;;: W-J .1l< t .. _c .. f f!:" rj1. %, .Su ii C 'to,bacl Ji1uii.pr: '. l li.ttY: .portion of the en"h i r'n'uniberin t s'j r".t

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,; !JjfiartfflGry or 1ri. h111the V ? 'v .. "Mexico; Aug,29,1847On / -,. "t .Atee'mothers \ >.:.:_..."...'f wa.1"'O'--1"""U1II" ,! ". .-- --.- .. .-.: :-- --- -.-JI. ,.,. .
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IIIL t. ., front and .on the left had 19,000 the 19th*t 12 o'clock, the puce;of artillery ;.ateix; onr.athehfatten,\,'holidays': .. ....., ". t\'." } "..iI'.JI '"'v ,_,.",'..' -:.r_ r! .'.,et, *, -q-'r"Al '. .. >;:f t :

, fi 11'1.1n rIB in the.fort said to bethe best in in the plaza ms.fired to announce the approach'of M.sixtee nC9' ;:rt ..-.eetheartl.. '..' ..:. "':J'O&'lnrv.u..cxrrmn:: .1: ., :'j':., -----a )1. .... ., .,: .bpIt:17: 1_ J '. ,

: p122 pieces of artillery,"and amongahOd1000 the. American injfroPueb1ft.commerci .- .a.J..fi '.crar1riTM.Ut', our'children:: l' : ---.S !'S' ... ...AU1rlf_.'". :
T- ". '. & '
Jt was eTident dosed,:andaH.run.. at rixty ourselves, i- *, '' ". '- ; jt'.itbhme..'tee.2Mi :' : r
cavalry. was immediately. ,. .. .. -1' ; ?
L P'r-decided action had tol>e taken, that to take up'arms and prepare to mee..th8eneD1Y, : > ...fy. J"'' -- ". o'.f k _<7' iI.- ,LJ9HRo'wARD; ''. ;, ; 1r' .fei : ;i ': :1

JiU S 7 l 0'dort.had to 'be made; and Gen. and all prophesied victory.- pa the 19th, $about i : ,Oranges are selling 'iaBoston 25cts.eack, ..' : .;.c;+: For lle 7t. i.w.,, .. ,'. ';. : ak.r 1

; Col'nnei, seconded, they were- 1'o'clock, the firing commencedin pedregal ..and,lemons' *..at 17. centsj. : ," .. : : >; T5:.' GEN. CHARLES'BYRNE.DABLING ": .de 'la t-' -.-' : ::J. "

> iI IDa men competent to the task, and between Ban Angel and-Conteras; in the direction : '' t ;' ' the tleli rt'4
t* mtfj Jts$t ''the main work was determined\ of Tlalpam,:where Gen. Valencia took up I :A late Duke of Nor&lk4wasmuchKaitached to FoCZY PEESCOTT..t ; : : .
ca. '
Mt& to take at 3 o'- with about 6000 men and thebottle.: On a>asquerade.:' :'he'askedashis dib&: : : ., .S. -: : : :
hemovement his position, ,they say, night ..: JSDOGGm.t, I *4 :; ,''. : .. 'J- .
of artiUery Pte h )! ,intimate \ ii'3 ", ',- c- ', 1
,The firing friend what1 iiewCharactei'heshouldgoln. $: -
Sc morning. 24 of artfflery.
H following pieces :'f,,, ,,.F.... .. .&Jlttesstta&dA.A.5CANOVA.oUsctoai' ,< ) .'.. -:1:1 : .:'. .r-r'" ":.!.,'.,'" ', .:' _. -. .. '. ,
monut *?the : : f. ..
'p H Tfffce of Gen. Smith was not strong continued until dark. On the.: j Vn '. Go... Sob. .' .*, said. : -. :1 t-t. .d' .'.,.. .. ,,-'': ..J,. .> .. 't ,:'.". :'' 4 ,
works and commenced real earnes., and. :1100 4 '' -k' ; ., .: .. .' ; < 4
I Si.carry the enemy's ) at the 20th the action : d '. a"S. : > '
L: to hold possession of the village; but in a; Tery short time'the :whole of Valencia's ,. H' "r .- __ : :' 41:1': : :f. :, < ..' ," .: .,Pn8lmif1" : "\:! ].,. ,. 1e,. r1. ", .G:. <. '; '. --
-Tfrvors the brave; for while he was pre- army was running in full route in all directions, ,'B .. o :.following was iT .1IO j--:. :' THOHAS.LEnivITB.1"" . ra.j '." r" '.. -. -e L' : ,
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artillery on the ground in .where on the 4th qf J It is :, ; .5 '. 01d. ,: ':
3tzIect. tfffjjr the attack, Gen.Shields reported hisipFoacb leaving their whole Jl1y something a : s oCoj'-. !, .< :14', ,": ; :;. ..;.
with the South Carolina and possession of the enemy. The Americans followed -; .mdl' .inits'btLtwouldT. : 'we11takoneword 1. J.A.-COFFEE...: .. :: p''S ".-,...f S
Volunteers. Gen. Shields thoughBaking up the victory and successively attacked out ofthe text and Insert?daughter?, p k h"Ciir'. ., .'S : '1 .
Thrk C
much the different fortifications situated in the hacienda :."mmcaLike the Roman ,virgin ,she,hatprejssed v/tcf .f LANDSXYINGIN.THESTATEOPPLCffimAr: $
Gen. Smith had too magna- .
WALTER .EIP t. -1" _
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L. '
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Mexicalcin- ., ---S---
her full breasts -
the lipsiof S .
Churubusco. to -c.
the of faaWashing '
San-Antonia "her' "
P'tD ssume the command, or to pluck, : I
e broth- & that at two o'clock on the same day parent." '. 'I -FoiCottty! : CSran zer/.' >. w.j", Oaat F
'or 1&urcla about to be gathered by a the go whole&, so affair was concluded, the Americans '= : ;DAVID.. PALMER, :; -. : : ITnmil.Juh ;&." .. .
of the enemY's strong- '
ill 1644,
ngone : :
j.1ltier the San. Angel' Churubusoy ::. OBITUARY. :-:;'1." JOHN; S. SAMMIS, ,. -
l k and accordingly he moved subject to occupying Tlalpam, : ,:JOS.A..BAHBEE <' :879 Jan., 26 .N 2
- 2ad of Gen.Smith. Gen.Shields' brigade &. &c. The amount of killed and wounded on DIED on Tuesday. the';14th :of tember. ', '.. .sso ; J i 'l together
but it is supposedto kiireidenci1nJ.rngjthxr'E.-P . ,:- ; 173'at
placed in the village ofEnsaldoto both sides is not :known yet, 1847, at Maj., 'if- .
then tiiiiV
:: : 'r. by 105
Jiff the enemy's retreat from Coutreras orUfe be considerable on the.part of each, as thmeis SAMUELM.ELUOTT.. ". < : ,' '.' .

at I the reserve of the enemy in flank, if aeU no doubt but that the Americans hare suffered The deceased .was:a native of 8o. Carolina' ;t WktgNoiiiaattoui, .: :.i:,, LANDS.LYnfGIN THE STATE 'OP.TRY.Ut.i. ,. V

Rumor that 1500 will scarcely and became citizen of Columbia ..1. ,"roa DUVAX. hTI j' .. ; I
change his front. I severely. says a County, FbL, ; : -. Samuel.fiwartwont :
itt fiiS o'clock on the morning ofttuu cover the loss.. Santa Anna puts the whole some four years since, where-he continued to d 't' : if'1842.Mar. ".' ,. owner. ,

C 1 ,ent commenced which was so slow that I blame on Valencia, in not obeying his orders, 'reside up to the pet'iodofbii'd ath. HerIsamember .. l 8inat; i' .:,. .".:;. ';'. 876 .11 Tract of."land formerl' .' .

,sak appeared before the head of Cadwal- and the friends of Vallencia pay that Santa Anna of the.legal .prof sSio and ,.has',left -S. ,S. BURRITL! .' .: i the:republic : :

. \\JA brigade commenced ascending the ra- did not support him on the morning of.the a most amiable wife and one'child to mourn his For Representatives"i'i I ,.:. ;: .. r '" to Y..'Bar ;di08e ; ... .. :; I

I. ithe ii1Jage. As soon as CoL Riley asKjfte 20th.There I premature and sudden departure from.this to 'ColJ'"B.-LANCASTEB" : .. ,t.: : .. ; 'ney was Frost Thorn sit.I' : ,: lit*

Jim and came in full view of the en- are.about 15,000 to, 20,000 Mexican another life. :< ? *s. v': "-.. AzIiiBAJ4ILCoLLINa, ? .S' :; '; ., iatedattbeforkaofriy.4toyiaO&n4Ange, c. ,' '

CIS" opened a severe fire on Riley's force troops in the city and unless an honorable peaceis 3The Charleston and Colunibi 8.Carolina tyH Clerk CSroA Com :- !
em, entered into they will have another brush.- will the above.. 4' \ .,. ; : ; iU
tI please :
papers copy ;
v : which .
. OSCA.B'HART'. *- grant more .
iTcspondent then continues {Col. But my opinion is all will be settled if it was _. 11' S ; .
: : : particularlydeserfbedln ;
01y l.i": 5-
out his two advance divisions asOsiers previously understood. The business houses :DIED, at St. Isabel plantation' (near Jack. ,Yoi18heriff--. -.' ". ,. '. '
and said, 'Now boys give them hell continued closed. I herewith send you the sonville) on the 17th i st.-in collapse from a severe .. H.:, G.:SAUNDERS. : t l't T.f".. ::Floresj.to; said.by"Vetal P..Barbos ._ ;

cI Ljittith them, and let the bayonet do its Diarios which contains the most important. par- and protracted attack of Bilious Remittent. Pffj Tax Assessor and Collector.., 1 under date' of June'i, +
n *\ind his command rushed down the slope ticulars up to date '' fever, Mr.ORAN BAXTER., in the 40th year of ..:HARDY PH1LTP& }. 'f.t '23,1834! containing Acru. ::;:. i
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?? enthusiasm to strike I '
and enough his
l.eU age. For Coroner. sitiog '
: 23 or
labors :
it **!Lftjfthc heart of the boldest,while the rear MEXICOug.29th.1847.. The subject of this notice has by his decease ISAAC:BUSh 2 . 877 Jf'u Also one certificate of lands\\48,423.' .
?!M command moved steadily forward, as if The American troops are now in Tacubaya, left a chasm in his neighborhood easily to for County Commissioners :} S issued,John T.Mason, 'P.

yvere all made of one piece. The Sappers San Angel, San Agustin, &. The opinion of by filled. His hospitality and kindness,especially .F. BETHUNE .4 '. 'on behalf: of the governor .,

7 .J finer and Rifle Regiment which had I I the better classes, and our countrymen among to all in need and distress, had become proverbial f E..EVELETH, { of.Texas and Coahnila .,;' 'ft?'; I

across the ravine intervening be- is that will be concluded. An affair
:thrown them a peace J,8UMMERLiN 'lat dJnn'2I,1s34. ,. "
." one they passed up, and under the about The'high estimate his worth .
the took place yesterday morning 10 o'clock placed upon was. JAMES McCORMICK. for about 48,000 :

3 Htof the slope which Col. Riley came down, in the Plaza Mayor-130 wagons came from most feelingly attested by his neighbours in t.-. -C' ,. ,. 378 H Also ,one..other,'certificate '

11 jL thAt position poured in a fire which Tacubaya for provisions, under the armistice, their attention to him during his last illness, and '' .'' '., :.of the.saine'.:tenor. and r4
( tfa front of Col. llilejr's column, then in- escorted by Mexican troops which they say by their sympathy with the afflicted family in 'Persons.indebted to the'subscriber, ei date of the .above, for a '.
j1ngtowards their left joined in the attack, was sent to the plaza by mistake-and on returning preparing the last sad office friendship at hisfuneral. ALL .: : like number of 48,000 14
outside of the left flank of the therby note: or open account, are,.respectfully -, ",
1 MJ troops to where they should have gone,the mob Com. forward and make .; Which said lands were conveyed I.
Cad waladcr followed the route takenJrCoLBUcy requested come .
u Gen. commenced "Muere los Yankees and &muel
crying by Swart- I
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before the 1st October next ot1ir- !
and as soon as his troops were throwing stones at the defenceless wagoners, Passengers, payment, ; ; wont to-Wm.Young,.late t:
wise the .idnotes daecounts5wlllbe
1. a placedin
tsied moved on to his support. The first bri- and though escorted by Mexican troops, wounding rer U. S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgee from SAvannah the, hands'of.an Attorney for collection.JNO. .' president of the Mount Fii '
j.which vss bringing up the rear, had been several of the teamsters and even some of I Savage Coal and Iron .
.t ; to follow the same route, but while it I Sept, 19th.-Mra..Piles L L Piles,W.ABoggs H.,.GDNBY.- ; ,
iio-cd : I the soldiers. We were fearful as to its consequences S Company, 'in trust. for Ii

(lCoa the march by the right flank up the ra- but it appears from accounts receivedthis and E WrightMARINE ksonvil1e'S.ept 17, 1847.' tf the use and benefit of theUnited I

. Hni nearly opposite the fort, Gen. Smith morning from Tacubaya that nothing fur- \ I" States,. by deed i

jicred the brigade to face to the left and ad- ther need be apprehended, as it seems Gen. 'INTELLIGENCE.PORT .. Administrator's Notice. : ...bearing' the 31st day 1
in line to attack the enemy's force in ;.HEREBY JIYENj to all credit 1
nsce Scott is satisfied that the Mexican authorities NOTICE of' December, 1842, and '
movement was executed in less time OF JACKSONVILLE SEPT. 24. and persons entitled to distribution : jS
t jjt-tiw did all they could to put down the mob. The recorded January 6th, .
takes me to write it-they met the ene- in the estate of Felix Qrtis late of ,
I&j it commissioners appointed on the part ofthe Mexicans I ( ; 1843, in'Liber A B, No. ,
of the fort just as CoL Riley's brig- ARRIVED. Hillsborongh county, deceased that..unless they
ontsMe ,
r to treat with the Americans are Gen. Her- D D,folios 18, 19,and 20, .
I jj-rBiljcil into it-the encmywas completely rera, Gen. Mora Don Bernardo Canto, and Don : 19th. rU.S.Mail Steamer Ocamulgee, Chase, exhibit' their claims or demands to, or deposit in land:records of Allegany i.
commenced a precipitate: retreat Savannah via Darien Brunswick and St Ma them with me for payment within the time
flidani Mig'l Atristain. Yours &. pre- .. :cOOntlM d..,I :
. ieovalrv and infantry had been formed to ry's, to Fernandez & Blsbee.-Ilerchandize to scribed by law, from the.second day of March, ,

mite the charge but were compelled to give Moss & Co, Holmes & Co, A M Reed, J'Dell, A. D.;1847, they will be forever barred. And CO )mONs. Li .

nrto)the b\yonet-the; route was most comp Killed and Wound-The New Orleans Delta Bellows & Santo, H R Saddler, E Hall,'G D the legal Tieirs of said deceased are required
, .r wd the victory most decided; but while I IltiIrr I of the 9th inst.contains a complete list of the Miller, Fernandez & Bisbee. and S L Burn tt.22d. come' forward within'the time"'aforesaid and the 'schedule. &o. for cash;'to be deposited. '. .

> brigl.P. took possession of the work, and killed and wounded ((1017)) in the battles of the .. .-U. S. Mail Steamer Sarah Spalding h vea'fi al 'settlement of their'interest in said at one.of.the following places, to .the credit of '

jtetd their colors upon it, the other force 20th August from which we have condensed Bailey, Savannah, via Darien, Brunswick, and estate according to the'statute in such case made the Solicitor of the Treasury, specifying, on j

I. cued the pursuit down the road. The re- the following statistics : Killed 127 1 -Missing St Mary's to Fernandez & Bisbee., and provided. JAMES T. MAGBEE, account of what particular number in the. sched m

noa; force had to pass near where Gen. 41, and wounded 849. CLEARED. Administrator 'de bonis non. tde of property ft is deposited, to'wit:' $

/iidif brigade was placed to intercept them. In the South Carolina regiment, we find only 21st.-..'Steamer Ocamulgee, Chase, Savannah. September, 1847. 8w The United States .Treasury" at Washington, '

TiftloireTer, were not aware of"until they thirteen reported as killed, the remainder of 25th,.-Steamer Sarah Spalding. Bailey, Sa Distric| of Columbia;' the AssistaJt Treasurer i 041iHjtf t
the well directed fire of the South Car- of the 136 spoken of by Mr. Kendall in his letter .
wnvtl wounded. vannah. I .Administrator.Notice. at Boston New York, Philadelphia,.Charleston,

. i t Jin®iment which mowed them down like I are ALL :Persons having demands against. the es &O? New Orleans, and St.Louis ; .

. f, rbtortthe gey the. Schoolmaster Abroad.-The Rattle Snake DISSOLUTION. of William 0. Thomas,late of Alach The Collector of the Customs at Buffalo. Y7 1'.

one route and dispersion were now com catcher of the little steamer Win. Caldwell COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing ua county, deceased will present the'same' Baltimore Md_ Wilmington CL
plete. In the fort, were captured 22 pieces of which plies on Lake George, has improved the, THE the subscribers under the firm of within the:.time prescribed: law to the subscriber Ga. Mobile,JLla,'and Kichmond,'Va.; : '

trtillcryta \ amount of munitions of orthography his advertisement this John H. Gunby &.( is this day dissolved by ,.or they will be forever.barred,. 'and all :Surveyors of the customs--J,I Nashville Teat

: TIT, ud upicarta of 1500 prisoners among as will be seen from the following literal season copy mutual consent. those. indebted will make payment to cincinl3ati, OhiDud.; .-- f----l

whom were several officers of high rank The taken a few days ago: All.persons indebted to,the late firm are requested : ._ ALLEN THOMAS, Achn'r.September :neeias'orpublic' :moneys at Little:Rock, IM j

1I 3I nemy left dead upon the field upwards of 700, "BATT ALE SNAXES. to make payment toUdmund Wallen : 17, 1847.--' 8w Ark-Jeffers6nTilleTnd; Chicago HI, and De '

buried but his loss .- '. .
which we ; says our cor. In this box air fore snares koclied on llakmovntang who is authorised to settle the same. marshal's troit, Michigan .
resjxmjcoi, was much larger, as the Mexicans JOHN H. GUNBY. U. S. Sale. M
1I irere still barfing the dead two days after the man air leven rcon air ten icon air six EDMUND WALLEN. BY virtue,: of-a. writ of.Fieri Facias, issued .. 2.Each bid must' be accompanied with.1t

. battle The troops of the fort were commanded won airfare yeres olde. Black Creek Fla Sept. 18th 1847.N. out of the, United States District :Court guaranty in the form iTen.belor'which at'I
f iy, Valencia, and those outside by Santa Anna. ten sents a site. for the Northern District of Florida wherein certified, by a collector,naval officer,manfridt

The two 6-pounders of Washington's battery, RED CAP DICK, B.-Mr. Wallen is now expecting from N. Josiah .Gate*is Plaintiff aj&Core1iua Taylor United.States,, district'attopq,'or postmaster,
3f No trust York a new assortment of goods and will con- that the is mak.
guarantor good and the party
3r taken on the field of Buena Vista by the Mexi. Defendant I have levied upon shall on ,
t.f am were recaptured in this fort. tinne business at the old station. the first'Monday in November Jut betweenthe ing it is responsible for the amount \

:.1 ; The enemy were pursued to San Angel, he The thieves are getting jocose. A gentlemanin Sept 24 hours often, a. rn.,and two, p. m. ofthat, 3. On receiving a.certificate of deposite, sign

tndaiToreJ to make a stand at every point.... Cincinnati had all his Champaign stolen the : Sheriffs Sale. ,day,.expose at public..sale, in front of the CourtHouse ed by one of the :depositories above mentioned,

t' : they were finally compelled to take reiuge in other day by one of them, who left this note; virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued out in ,the City,of Jacksonville; All the a quit.claim deed,conveying all the right, title

.: '1 Chnmhagco. At San Angel Gen. Pillow assumed Dear Mr. S. 1 tried your wine-it roas'nt hard I BY of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, for the right, title and interest,which the'said Com 1i. interest, and claim.of the United States the I

. i the command(!; and when the troops arrived to taker : County of Duval I will to public,Sale in us Taylor had.on the 10th of May,1843,'in and property described in_ the bid, and.paid :for,

'. It Culitsn lihortly after, Gen. Scott assumed expose to the following tracts of' land,.viz :- will be executed acknowledged by the Soflcitor'oftbe'Treaauryfreeofalichargetoth
front of the Court House in the city of Jacksonville -
; "One of secretaries of .
9 the our state for the United A tract the St.John's River the
Qm.\l/l : near *
of the whole. The position now on ,
said the first .
in the County, on Monday of
1 K8jad by the enemy (Chuiubasco) was a very States struck out a good mode getting rid November, D. 1S47 between the legal hours mouth of said river, called 4he fablo' 'Tract of Ptirch !i 'Such' conveyance. .will be sent, free

3 tone and it being the last stand the eneajwuld of an intruder in a particular case. Jt appears of sale that, day all,that certain Lot and lind,situated in Duval County, State of Florida, of, expense;to'' any; post"office In''. the United .

q make in defence of the capital, heWt that the door-keeper of the secretary's office of Land on situated, lying and being in parcel the- and bounded on: he North,by the St John's States, as may be requested,

I .j Tith desperation for more than two was remarkably obliging, which proved quite Town of Duval County known River,on the East by Sherman's Creek,running .4.,No.bid will be:accepted unless it shall be .
.' wot before the the thing for a rabid office-seeker,who managedto J'acksonville1n with the meanders of said Creek to King's Road, '
works were carried. Our loss and described on the Map or plot of said Town satisfactory the Solicitor,whether there shall f q
a this get in every day, and bother the secretary. thence' said road to lands of Lewis Mat-
point was over 1000 men. Seven pieces as water Lot number nine ((9)) and bounded on along be one_or more bids $for the property. '

lit utillerr 3d two stand of colors were captu- When the annoyance had continued three or the North, by Bay st.reet on the South, by the, II tair; on" the 'West by the St,'!John's .river, 5..Before.bidding, all persons are requested .
rca four days, the secretary stepped up one morning thence with the river the of '
; Gen. Pkincon, with 104 oflicers. and up- River St..John's on the East, by water lot number running to place. to make themselves. acquainted with the situation '

3I t iris of 1100 non-commissioned officers andpiwtes to the door-keeper' and asked him if he eight, ((8)) and on the West,by water lot number beginning; :this'':tract ormingtO: 'plat of value,.and. title of the property..they in*
,surrendered as prisoners of war. The knew that man came after daily t 'No.. ten, ((10;) and also the Wharf thereon, formerly 8DrJ.eYJIl4e by ZL.C'Gibbs'oiifilelnthe.' St, tend to bid for,so-as to :reJv.upon'. their .owj> .
Well, then I'll tell you; he only wants Johns' Circuit Court' under decree of partition -: *
*Bfc a loss in this engagement is said to be your .known*Mason's.: wharf, being the .same judgment in bidding!
*M ffl killed and wounded and out of a force place.!' The meeting next morning between premises now used and occupied by Fernandez made by the St Job Superior Court,,in :: :ii After.thejasfc day" forreceivlngthenithe
the office-seeker and the polite door-keeper is and six hundred .
jJM,000 pen there were but 6000 left the and Taken Execution :1827, eontauung'about acres.Also bidi.m'b 'enedfuth 'I
I & Bisbee, as Stores Wharf. in 0 presence of.such offi
said to have been rich from the '
peculiar man- tract of land known the Fortes Tract
e being killed, wounded prisoners, or to. in which the intruder informed ; and,will be sold as the property of the ,a ces of the department'as'shall be able'to attend; &
ner was I bounded the South, 'landsbelonglng:1o ;
Dispersed.OUR. on by : "
secretary is not at home !' ..1 James B.: Maso.u deceased,, the .time',of Lewis Mattairon the Wett Roadon 'and'.will be examined.and passed.upon as:fast
his death at the suit of Barthelow&Mnise.1 vs. I by as practicable. 'N tic :will be given promptly
the North the North fork of Sherman's
LATE VICTORIES. Timothy Wightman, Administrator' of the said by ', to each(person:whose bid.is"accepted, but tone, ifl
A very striking cas of the exhibition of national Creek, to .the 'mouth.,thereof. :*and front.the .
James B. deceased. others.
e Mason '
following additional particulars of the courtesy occurred during the of mouth of said Creek to the mouth of an.Inlet'of .. .
ttles voyage THOS LED WITH Sheriff Duval tfcunty, 7.:The'name of the bidder in all cases
\ IhOU1IJ ,
won by the Armyfof Gen. Scott ,
on Queen Victoria to Scotland, on the occasion of the sea, about one mile South of the:St Johns' : '
20tk of September 24th 1847. be written at length and in.a legible bind.1bC .-
August we extract from the letters ,
her which at last dates she and the East sea beach
lLr. visit was stillpay- LightHouse, on byvthe :'1 '
Kendall bidder 11gi'vtheiiane of the
in the Picayune of the 9th iust ing to the Scottish people. At Senner.Core,off to the p1a qf,beginningand conforming aplat post i
Gen.&lss The. above specified property advertised for office to which communications. for him&f8t be -
himself acknowledges that in this Cornwall the overhauled .New file .
royal party a November ofenrvey'madebyJoshua'A. offee.n I' I'
Sale on the first Mondayxof was sold sent ,_ ,
. gleGen-Frontera was killed,-that besides York ship the of the packet fired the Duval,Circuit Conrt.tindera.'decr; e of '
packet captain m
J ie10eT1s.Mcncoza Bianco ; according to.Law..by, the! Administrator: >.on the :8, Bids mntbeseal4 and marked on the
and Garcia were a salute, and had his yards immediately its full" partition of the:'Duval County'po rt' in: 1837,'. fd8 .Of roi
anI taken Estate; purchased' by me at !value in' outside in these : SEALED BIDS U.S.
led prisoners in addition to a manned in honor of the.fair sovereign of Eng-. and ,confirmed by the Circuit Court'ofthe S!
A.D11841 and for and and .
other officers ... December, : paid I have rKorxBrr f" addressed to.theM Solicitor.of -
b 'W'frotr.100 colonels captains land. .Her majesty was determined not. t.be eyereince.The 'County Duval,at the May T r1S4-aon. the :'D. C."' .
been .
in posession
peaceable Treasury Washington
no,i either killed, wounded or are outdone politeness, and she immediately ordered h informed that it'will cost tainingibo t one thousand seven. hundred and; ,. ," ", I
cine:1 t1Ii Iand& And here let me mention the American flag.to be run up on board public are hereby the sixteen acres .each tract''being."a-part of the 9.,Form.of a bid, guaranty, and* certificate::
in suit to .
Purchaser a. get possession. .
?t1tjo to the after battle of Chur- $1; .residingat: inthVc6unty .- i
irbtmo' : other vessel / 8.P..FERNANDEZ. Grant made by the Spanish,Government.to An-, : ,..
,Y :*U1 show how near Gen. Scott ."- -,- -. dretv.Dewees on the, 3rd .oay' of September, :f 'UlWl8iJt. of ,::hereby offer
the'MCLpturing the entire Mexican Army. At Advanced.-Treasury notes advanced percent NOTICE, wSIJX.WEEKS :1791, and confirmed:to his widow'and heirs,
tee Worth was passing upon the tete the N..York stock exchange on Friday, $.aftfr;date the undersigned May -1804-said .tracts include. ; aShlortheIr-rt'- < h ,title, interest,>and' daim 0 "tothe 8

n. n. ?wiggs upon the church,and Genani under the. impulse of the news from Mexico/: the.Hon. Judge(Probate:of the town' of Hazzara,'the steam w.mill ion the property.d described number ,mAe liV .
.hShield3 Pierce upon the'hacienda I I1.J Thesalesamounted. to.$90,000. fancy stocks Columbia:County,.oriettera.otadniinistrstionon beach and Jhe : cite". "which. the'St Johns', printed advertisement, : of'th'e:Solicitor of.the .
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on the commandewn-chief ordered advanced. considerably, and tb ewes were the estate. of Samuel M.Elliott deceas d.- ." .itit'H e stands: ".s \, '. -. J / Treasuiy, upon the terms and conditions therein "

8nmer to take command of the Rifles,and quite largo.Yelloro .. i MARTHA TW1XLIOTT.:'- ;,/. vROBERT: Mt i,:Marbal... ,' mentioned; and.I hereby,in consideration' .. of '
a ..
rnjW march to reach the road between5iemy .Alligator;"September 24th,?47. '. faff 'ow. i.-. 1'n'1.'hthDeputy,..G". UUMPUgETL.. _. the:premises, agree ..Ui'case:'my bid:therefor. .

aai the city.. Nothing but the dar- Fncr in New Orleans.- Thea inN. ''i\,.U.5&MaihaW'O.f;.', .' '-_ "'. '.'-,i'oJ.' ;,;: -. shall be accepted. by\.said Solicitorto deposit*: _
the 24 hours at o'clock '$| !.of Florida} Alnebaa,;.nny.' }. '/ '; th'811m,1J1j'1a1ffnl'money in one of:the depositones .
front for
Orleans 9
ending : ,
HiuAiVl0s'ltvofour own men in pro- ,of _,6t-Au.Hi1... ,;'Se'p t.,17"'S47.. ., .. ... ; ;
lS\?plan from 8ttcc-eding had the Mex- on the 10th just, were .67'.in.all, 54 which, WHEREAS,Benjamin Hopkins Johns B"The .. ;. : : ; has'this. day applied for: tt riofAdministrati : ) r n\otlou\ ; within thirty,.days after- bid shaH'be aceept- .
or our own soldiers held off ten were. ofleflowFever. my -
the House will first be .
the !Estate of Samuel Ei.glesdeceafiedrlateofAlachua ding Light : ofjterecl.for; "
\ linger, the ejemy would have'been in on ; < ed and notice thereof sent to mp by.maiL. :. .' c

b pa t.'Were and ,killed or captured,to. a When Mrs.Partington heard of a shell bi'ingitehboIy.ofaioldier county.; :This ito sale, iibqve.an4thejeninder4" : _the separateadeknow and
cite interested .within theiimebrescribed ,onthedaj. .at place;
owita inMeiio'audthenbursthiglhesaidit i persons appear e.
Anna "' : the United .
'ForvaJnereceived t tcr .
might have: r' guaraktse
perhaps escap- { ,. .
'dal" .by law qJ d'make b.ectW,if of. sale.. >, 4. -<. -, 1 ,.V -t I ? .
.ehasapeculiar was heartrending. undertaking
of his own but he'a "C gfatei performance of .e' -i '
way ; : ; .. : .. t,
to the"gKtnting'of'said, letters .
0thYetaken remnant' of' > any theyhive, : by the signer 'In caOii12 bit.h acI .' ". .:: '
even the an l' ,* thereof
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tl 1 .
I. .
-1 WIth himtUnbtr JPinchrre: DIIlDsei. lyesdth6' coin- otherwiietheywil1b granted. t' ,. : eepted. I 'i ... -t .
of Santa is mon rose,"place them: without t pressingthem) i.1 > P-lL..C.WILSON, i I j Y virtua OtA,writ :xf-fi>'..fa-issued:out of ., ..t.t841.- .. : . ., ':.:'
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Anna's .
< '
grand '
?.don army in b ood SP itponthxnplose ." : '...t. ;JudgeProbates'of Alachua co. '; 3 .tha Superiorourt for the District of East "' .
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-from 30 to'35.000.and nearly all of pour : certify that the kow* gnarantoris respcntible : -: _
,88tooka. par k the battles of the 20thT thbottle, and let .it stand'iuptiIi *is required \. ep h'J847 :... ;i 41 w : ._ Florida for,the County ol Duval. I will exposa for the sum mentionea in the_above bidet .. :: ,- ;:.
he sanottbeCouztaon .
Tflmi$5ionersbeldthejz first meeting this for'usc. :Thb4ncture!!iIi kc' pfor years ,and Tax 'Collector's .ta& Rotice,., ': topublie ; thf i il0t'.WI.. : of tha land Boston can beeeec, !;fdtheoflice"ofih ;..:
TownJacksonviUe"insaid- oun .the' '
;, yield a. perfume little:.interior t4otto ofrosts ,. 7 < oY' ''P' r'Cn : Un1tedStateadi&attor. }".
a "
lto1'ut phce caned Ixcapusalco,about < i "FOR 1847: } ;;j : betiree fijelega. : ::
1 Zucs from' here, and I lean that, Mr. A'few rt nt'\vnrs ffic t mpregzate the I.'r 'WILIr. tte, c J-itt1 e-f lI W i .'f t. hours fionday.Octnezt of leon.that day a certain} *. .female| neyba1'dtj, and in'the Solicitor1*office in ; i _
odor.oiiun ntgro >
"delicious .
1I 5tiZifeits1lilizs atmosphere of jsoom"wjth a : .
J : WAlintQft.i _
with 'of"r iringT '
I ,fie lt s highly pleased .J.-, : : 8 < :riayef called'Chloe, and lier.d Georgej.akei: -N"
,Jceedngs thuS far. and of the'continued o.vinegar' greatly: addeoTto ithvdjery It;Gfemw : -t.l1. P.t t.Clal.1fmpreSc; -'., :in,:execuSoa'jw';the'proper' r..ot.Jo 'B.,Jlaa : { l.''ir-": 1Wto_ M on the part"of. tielid. .';.,' ,:;;!. __ _

-The prospects ofpea e. snail quantity* being t. .>..jt.-.f1t.**."., ?,. !i (:,.',' :lQ. ''h.i.'n, ,recmri ;- ';': :cato'satisfy in execution in favor of Goa.) :d'I1 thj". terms-jpecified ia'.the. ." :ri'

., eiLtirelossin th y!ion of Gen.Twiggs, -"***. : : :i! tU\-11-Black'.Creek, 1Coia.: : ,. '" .c,.t1"!{ .BaDt- ci..4t .TuOa! LEDWiTI1. -.) abovecdtiom '::at.tEe.cionoftc8o.: ", : ,

'Q' 1n tliot Gen. orth'339'' j In'that of .; Ver ti ltii An.1e t1 n'i r.:tate ofii I i 13. t. o ,'J ; l 'l : A7i1 ? +* .l ; ; U r.1bi.. ,. .'JnaU.- 3 _
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,.OU, ".215 .' ,:. .16 ;. 1F ., ; :,.1.' -r,, : "< "':=' I.-: t.'u.-e4; States 'The1ieu7 b e. ,'.Y:
''i'r ,' mont;'tookpla .oa' TUO8d&7J3St' .The,;vote'waaeiyifght'hidemocra I .c.l : &* O.' WMWJwr 'a* ii-AV: ; ;:.' _
; made l., .d' 23 fii 21 nvm .:Court House.SheriffiaEdKstUficio .' i 4'AT.THIS o."Man. apprentice, to het. 'bu4iE the. 'eiaIr-tbe14tMi1W. : :.
ta,have ;a ). : '- '>. .
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&?!iontells .*-"*:. ', ... .;' .. .",' ." fTOS ,'iEDWITH: ', ,1,''hig, elUL.a.. ; .of'AwU" ... TZ yfarofge. 'ud--J10.' c" ; .1'r ; ,'UnnY .; tX
us ofv.nEgypuanwha1ien considerable 1'gain0f"representatives, C (. h.-. > !* ,.J '1 t.\ ., 4 ; "'); 4-L' "' 'U' .J; .:!, ;
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tt Jhl'wiethpurchaso! erf u mesbr6uZht 'enough to give:"them the.control of thei Ll'tue4o I. ," 4". Tax.COU. tuus27biS47,4 ,,. .,t' ;i' .im. $ .'J'CII'1XM4Q' .4. "te! Wt'f.tl. J. .,'i i" ; .. '. .. .1.A olibiprp, ,".$..i.i1'J.. .' .t7P "' ...;'S".; : ,...".,<..
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; : ELECTIONS.'Will be'.he1d in:.TilC{ 1U t I i EASTERN:: 'CIRCUIT;oww-Cotriir. OF v.ST. :. p..m10. : 1T ,-, jff'.t''' ,-' q'" .it .. ..

J- I r fourth!.((4th.) day af October _.-JOHNS;Js>*CHANCEEY. ,. ," ..- A. ;s' Rtt._" J..1..i'J., o...,.'.t,3.,.:, "O." .,'NrTi.l.4- .::.,..-,...: ;r 1. ': i :S'HOLMES"; W;rH';$:reiaottliheinto& -.. w : _.. '>. { J4it i .. 7
I next ensuing ,(A4'D.:1847J.f'or.) Senatorof, ; t i "--i'tr.- >'T.'r"> ; 't ': '. ': ?--'B--jy-&;. : (.Mkrcb4he 'o tb :I r- .
; The So u llern" ,:, ** ** .
e.t.I., i.
t : wWifr. .. ec WtiM1 t { > : 'j"
rI1 the class said, ftmtwo : fo. i6.Veclar: Street New York. if .otal'; 4 JJ
.first: ).for County,i Eepre- Durance & Trust Company n : ," '. .. -,, /- yt'",>,.. ; ., os '. "liItl--I' ,
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: : : 'h :known! i as jhe,GorneuBuUdInk.Th.havidiat
: : entatitea of said County.in the General Assembly r : a45e4 '
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lone to useJHJ.l, oFpreclose. Cmm >..dS : their',tock'die' fate arii'llI.lrQm'" w- ; i ,' t.., ,"'
of the'Btate of nbndaJ for one,SheriI :'dJi JD5 n;: ; "
L iReed.'V,i :> ,1AUgustus7P ; 'w ; iodiar, j' >..
J- YokrafutpMwrlmenfo1C0r YG M .
i,Tax ,1 JB : i' : ,
faRtt Circuit Court Clerk,, one TaxA8sessoran< : ; LATELE&JUDSON)" < IV?" -. "** ;" ,. .. d". 1 1 ,_.; .<,
q'.11 I .
i t $ Collector, '.four; County' 'Coininissionersj,; 'one' : J U& ev.i J ll3VCaj*Je;-'TO J&W Ui ;'stO-Ri 'ceHe",' "i flardae.4ioia1i. *.\; &cv..&t.'wlafcf.,' -* *-- ${ l. -- t. '
;! County Surveyor and( :one Coroner 'for said: i J'"i..'. -'.. Occupy snsIVB :WAEEjHOUSK'NoV tbey.arfcprepared to .ejl at' reduced price*: v S. JI'Q..'

tEp County Duval Also for four Justicesof the ;IT having"DeeD made'to appearto the satisfaction &CEDAR,. STREET the>Ho E TheyrardVowl, rjp.8f d' io- 'l>urchaie. Cottonti' 1iPUTED. AT.E. '-'-"
bt ; Vi-'z tw --T ,
I. II1L Peace for each of the, respective Justices Ditricts ,, of the..Court: 'by,Affidavit! that the. ti'w1ii ii8: deTed to thexhibitionand, .'sa1 .*H -; aidoher: p *oduciotbe s country, athe ,J. .-" S ; ,
-,,. $ *i
of said County. ,Said.Elections to be held Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed of fSiig1 rl f'J'7 _. '. /'.' ,highest Market,rate*,.and make caihidvancet onniigntiients i.N pu.noance'of'-tf-:Act OfCOD 'r
:) the the of I :in the above entitled catise(resides out of the : I cb tOvllieir:friends in Satattnair'andCharleTtoni :entitled:"TAn AC
at places and under superintendence 'nfNi.ED, .OA,LlG.O"ES.: : rf
ti ; > : 1t.g;
d"t ; !
State of Florida i of the United States, or Ne"w:YorV* : Jj
who ,
Li I the gentlemen hereinafter named, and are: and in Islands : : :. nt :S<6cktconsist8"! of.';[arf1\ : ,ThJi ,fj'ne\- article Iron at!t..,Masks.-lD.,'FtoriJa".
Westjndia and hefrp
1i I : hereby appointed Inspectors of said Election,.: Cuba. one of '. ? ..;. :.' .- U ;-,.''i .-r.Onp :-" ',-,.t'4f'. ... -.. \ :Wroujhf{ S 2dL.diy
> the of this CQurtT Therefore : 4. 'F dkb5iobich'; tlie4iouLd" rifufl :call 0 f'Mach183
jurisdiction Thonsand pacliages fe ?
F towit: \" ."".. ,. ,. .... s "
{ On Solicitor the attemibh of PlantersJacks .5 .5 ;POLK Pr
motion for
District .of C.W., Pw4'zi SrtVf idet ;
i; *AU Jackso TJilU: Precinct.-JUStice3 'Embradngiaonie:: 'raOUSA oUiTerent : .
said /% .r' ntUl'" N 6. if > 'IJ.i States' ll land
: of/AipeTi '
J] :. TccrParquIiarBethuneROb-- Complainant- : patterns coloringsiand comprising everything .Ov( -'" & ; do : eby' :
It is said Augustus Pone : _
Ordered :
ert 'Oliver Wood! That the desirable the line FOREIGN : make: known
.t. ::1' Bigelow; : ,) and I ;' po ; that.:a" '
and ( : ]
and : 55 reignj'eIlodlcils
jaud thers."be required toappear .an S 9
At'Black Creetfor Precinct. 1 .
it 1 Garey's. er said Bill oif fsixmonths DOMESTIC. r., .1 S ,3 : :t. ::1- :* .' : '---7_ i jwilUm held) z4jtbI.Ljind
Complaint'within \ :
t' t 13 Justices District No.-. Jnpector&ElijahOr J"AUof. which are oft'eredCor sale, for caskor t' 1 T. : ? : ,. Jahassee-intheState 1 :Ofi eTtt
k the will 1 be taken confessed \ uucAriot05 5. .
same as against :: 01
BlitchI George running, Solomon Morgan. v' A" satisfactory credit at,SLOWEST PRICE'S ; rjori foj
r 4 F him.. ; 'S ;iTHE'LONDON ,
QUAITERLYREvths.S; djipp3al I o7the
-' At Mandarin nct.-Jastices'District: NoV ? by.thei: ; : '; V ; ; .nhdcrmehtioiaidtown'of
: .j ? .v : .'REyiEW 5 T : : ed
Ev- It further OrredjTtiab a copy of this.Order, EDINBURGH ; > Jottit
r i spectors.-Calvin Reed, Ebenezer >. 'PIECE;/,OR PAtJKAGENeWfjStyles Sf.Marks
j :
'duly'ertifibl th Ct rk'o this / : llBNORTHBRITISHEEVIEW: i COrnCn
$ ki1 4 cleth' Charles Byrne. Justices,. ,District '; li in some by'newspaper'printed pC ubepnbshed within the .are Teceiyed' a every:day-j'and'manyoftheDfare ,T WESTMINSTER REVIEW, ., ::z '-' 'MViniliftr:,.*the.'.tli.day,of L Octo;, i
At J '
tiV': l1 St. h'n's Beach Precinct.- 'I %
B. Gibbs Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month consecutively got up'forour own. sales.; ,5i S AND2 '' 'f: ". fWJ ,: .' .
idi i : No. -. Inspectors.-Kihgsley and not to' befound, elsewhere. I ..
Los. .f
for six months. .5 3LACKWOOIJSEDINBURGH; MAOAZDJE.aliove ; numbered two, three ,
f o ,
1 .I' Amander Parsons Lewis Christopher. r..
q14 DOUGLAS .'t'rrpr.mt lists 6f prices! ,' corrected :from -: :0., .eight ten eleven -
[Signed,] Judge. : S ; tweNt,fovrPeD .
At Cedar Creek at the School-House now occupied : ,&rtf'f1t. ;-
4.114 S De Cottes, Justices District No.- I, PETER B. DUMAS Clerk,of said Court, day,to'day. itheveryarition in'the market,' imiIE Pcriodicala' are 'printeel in,NewYork :eighteen,.:nineteen. ,; twenu, "lWnty.t,1 '

.u :: by William:- Braddock James L.Christopher : .do hereby certify the above to be a true copy are S placed m the Hands of buyers-,. y Ji immediately on their.arrml by the :'three; twehty-lbor,twenty-six' ,' nl -r
Inspectors. ,
1 Order made 'entered of record Merchants will be able to formy-eight; thirtythi .
of duly and ; & eau ?:
an type, and David Turner. .Of
: :
t4r3 I in the above'entitled'cause the sixteenth the extent and variety of our assortment,'when 1 :fine white and faithful ,.t birty-fitp, thirtysixty ,
: At 'fhomasnUle Precinct at the house of Will. on;, paper, are copies f.t eorIglnaBLAcltwoous tbiny.eigh,. ibitj
i'l day of A.D. 1847. we state, that the value of our uaual'stock of r ''AlAOAZiNE forty-two,'ftlrl.thrcf. "
iam Thomas.-Justices'District No. In U1g an L .f"11.r ur, t
:this ONE ARTICLE 'is at:least/twice! ,the value of r e1ght "
IN WITNESS WHEREOF.'I: .hereunto set my eiactfacsimileofthefEdinburgh edition.MThe : : t1 .fiIsy..fifij.onefty.t. .
'r. 1 !$ : James spectors Odum.!-Abram Bessent' William Thomas. I [L. s.] hand and affix: tile Seal of said Court, the entire stock'of dryf goods usually kept by; S firidei; spread fame of these splendid Periodicals .fi-Yt',6fI1..1"- fiuzy.eiht.! siity.rwu.siuj4 diflJ't-:

District this sixteenth day of .August A. D. 1847. o ur largest f. wholesale"-jobbers. This fact together renders it.needless to say much ia Iour, 'iZt-az,11z13.seven-"xI1.
At Hill Precinct. Justices No. ,
3 Clay I .
and ?
1 with' the fact;that means theixL5
: P.. DUMAS / our ourattention ii; As f four.eTeiity.fiTe: ,
-. Inpectors.EdwardB.BrannamlleniYz p literary: organs,they'stand. ;aew.ty.,5*."'' ,
; 1 k. Bennett John Moore. Clerk. C., C. of St Johns County. instead of being divided among 'vast advance of:any,works of a similar starap now .ny-ntnvy eishiyei :
:variety of articles 'ar4ed :* lly to e,gbt.,. ,
Polls! to be opened at 9A. M- of said day, )!, Aug. 27. Iamf6m render the ; ONE published,While the ;political :complexion 'of ninety Denet.onp; niwtj.tw.vriiJ?
will 'advontageswhichlwe can oft'er.'to each ninetyH-ightninety.niiH.one
is marked by a dignity candor and .for-S bumln
:( as soon- thereafter as practicable and to close .. .
r IN C'IKCPIT' COURT. dealers perfectly obvious; .and it,'shall be bearance not often found in works ; dred anrf t'o. one bundled anil three
of .
a .
I LE' t .l at five ((5)) o'clock, P.M. :FLORIDA care that ; who visit party and four .
EASTEKS IN establishment
CIRCUIT : AND FOB our none our i L char tel'.' one hundred and mt'
t ; III Witness my hand, this 29th day of June AD. ineet with one hue.lrti'.
COLUMBIA COUNTY. ,shall any disappointment "'Tiey embrace the views ofth :three great Y.'n! 'onihun4r.d, an4.igluiOlW Jiunct
r w S47. : .' S !Our assortment. is complete afall seasons of one bunArvd and eleven 1
: ;
Cowart ,
tti 1 : Judge of Probate County of DuvaL. Abel } In Chancery: parties inEnglandWhig,.Tory,; and RadicaL one hundred .:
:the'year/* LEE; JUDSON & LEE.PVS. "'Bl rn hundred, amfourteen..ten
vs.lizabeth : cko d" and the .London Quarterly?'are : : :.ilU
fec: July. 9th, 1847. E Cowart, .f) Bill for Divorce .-B. F., LEE. formerly of,the firm,'ofLord :I Tory: the e Edinburgh Review,'?Whig'; and the.5 teetu one, I.undred and ,,xiwn.P .,,ft bllft4lrf1t

: ; i; '1 : &Lees: ,'o.nd'late senior partner the.ri. Westminster"RadicaL- )glitecxi. one bnndredJH! | nand I.nl.o_.
; made to the S
been .satis
In Chancery. having appear '
IT gi nalfirthofLee. & Brewster/froni',which connection .. .' ,The price of the RE-FKINTS is less than. tweaty.one hundred and .1." _
; CIRCUIT COURT-SOUTHERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, faction of the Court Jby,Affidavit,"that"the one- fi red rn ..
I.. : he withdrew some time has twenty-tbrpp',
ago. resumed third thaiof one himrfr' -
I 4 COUNTY HlLLSBOROUG'J. above named Defendant resides out of the State of the foreign'copies, and while I..ri|
business in connection witli"Messrs.Xee tour, 'biimlrr.l and
'. of and the 'thi & they are'equally..well got up,they afford all that t ;oy t wpniyix IOCt":, 'j
i. of L.
John'W. Robarts, ) Florida beyond jurisdiction s.I. Judson and,assures' his friends that,the new. the portion* "f the following
E to the ; naim-il | V
f Bill for Divorce. Court advantage American 6ver the English : {| .I4"- ,
I 4 .4 vs. > concern shall have the same pre'eminence in reader. e rfIlb. thi ,dIrnt.ifti.titPI, : ..ripm.'j! -
Permelia S.II.Robarts ) It is therefore, on motion;of Washington M.Ives .I'
th is branch of trade /which' formerly distinguished 1"ollohOll""" RsilruaaCumrsiujz
; to the our from the Bill filed I Esq Solicitor for said Complainant; ORDERED TERMS,: '. b :, Liu';
i 1 IT appearing : the other two/hous to which he benged. berp (lr34rIev!. Iir'J.lli i
...1 in this cause, that Pennelia' S. H. Rolarts, That the said Elizabeth Co wart be re-. PAYMENt' TO BE MADE IN ADVANCE. .. tI, -! y!
I lo June \pnl.I" l'eVt'nly.tIree
1- the Defendant in this case; resides out of this; I quhed to appear and answer the Complainant's; S 25,1847. ly For any one .of the four Reviews $3 ann L. and i.inett-four. 'ghiyo 'i.ii".S-.,"

State that of' law cannot be served I Bill of Complaint herein filed within four For any two do.. ., ,5 ." The ;
.4 I so process I NEW !' _offirw g. of ibconrnVnrerf ,Ln" nifl.I
For .
STORE three !
; 'T upon her, according to law. months, or a Decree pro confesso will be taken i any do. 7 ,,.n he day i
DJIpDIflU.tJ, ,
For all four of the !
% ; c IT is THEREFORE ORDERED, That the said against her. : UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- Reviews8, : I be,Mm,. ,,y .rm whicb fJiry lI'd'rr '
Defendant be and before the Circuit And it is further Ordered That of this THE For Blackwood's Magazine, 3, ", art.dv..tlj '.1
c. appear I copy I hip under,the.style/of; :* rnnvi.nHri_ .I!i lI'ftlrt. ',f.rLu'r. ..t..t1
.1 Court of Hillsbprough county, to be held at order, duly certified by the Clerk'of this Court, For Blackwood and the 4 Reviews, 10 i lS Wefl.tl'rrT.. ,I..I'| the l1i. IIIIrl. :' ;

; ;I' Tampa, on the second Monday in Octobej, A. D. be published in some newspaper'printed within WRIGHT ,& POINSETT, CLUBBING: S i'.,..idisli It"! .-;PPJ.1Ip".I' II=r thn .w'But..

.If 1847, and defend said suit or the, same will be the Eastern C rcuit.of Florida; once a week consecutively Haverented more Four copies of any or all of the above'work n nqlnii,.rri-1l t. lu any1U| I' ;
i pcPlllt.Ot'cnp by Mr. B. i-ntry | .wjl iJiiJ
will be sent to address
taken as confessed.I for four months. one : on payment of the until ATlenhf rxdinllMin; ;
P. CUTTER, nnd would that ; IjbP'. IW'.t\ S
now solicit! portionof '
'S j: And thiit acopy of this order be publishedin THO DOUGLAS, 'Judge. regular subscription. for three-the fourth copy n J. ;:.IHuIr "
4 public- .patronage who deaire to purchasedpODS iurn. : : ,my J. u l. isijh.; Cii, %t4.
being gratis.
4 1 one of the newspapers of this State, for the Office, Cjrcul.Oo t1, '> '4Clerk's' tj.iiwrmy.firM.h I !? i-f M,,}, !! nilnMisiirdrijhi t .
of three months to law. CHEAP FOR CASH 3f" Remittances and communications must
.rjl space according I Jiiindn-d' mid l '
: J tIIy..a :
.i GEO. W. ?MACRAE .. I, STIRING SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of said Court, They"are now receiving and will keep constantly be made in all .cases without expenses to the I Dj: I be ,P f"lft..nr : .. .-,;..-:'0".

ftI 1 :>; .Judge.. Southern Circuit Florida. doa hereby certify the above .to be a true'copy of. on hand, a genPiI. asvbrtment of publishers-the money may be enclosed in a let I S J A" ns' ,K. r01rRICFJnO ;

.E 4 ,A.true copy ; order duly made and entered of record in the 5 Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots ter,post-paid, directed to the publishers. r M: Y OUM;. ."t' .

c : i ; E. A. WARE Clerk, above entitled cause. ,on the 7th day of .. .Shoes Hats &c. 'N. B.The Postage on all these Periodicals i is Cfrnflhjsis.i'p.. 'r.1; ,1,.#.(1"n'i'r,1, .Iand. .'Omcti;
reduced .
s ROBARTS by the late Post-Office law to about ;
W. .
; ': -. : By J. D. C. A. D. 1847. : one S :_ ''
Whichtfiey pledg. themselves. to fell AT THE, third 5 .
making I
July 9thlS47. 3m ( avery important; ':P
k IN WITNESS 'WHEREOF- I have LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, na an inducement saying in the expense to mail subscribers. < .',Nd.rIe, ', :... : .

'Up: '. ""'." In Circuit Court. { L. S. > hereunto set my hand and caused the for' CASH CUSTOMERS' call and examine.Having *## In all the principal Cities and ,Ti ns iirpAruianre. 0(11)4.. "flwi..ii.." ,f-.r'.'Aeacc.: .. '
f ; 4 '".* .''EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, Seal of said Court to be hereunto annexed eome to the determination; ; to kerpi NOJEEOOI&S throughout the: United States, to w/sidtIerc is a :r.' ,*, H/ii. :rnv.d .2.1.1 Alai'h..J833,, rIinrIA. ;! :- .

[MiL It *V *.*' 'COLUMBIA COUNTY; TO WIT: this 9th'dny.August, A. D. 1847. nnd to buy their Goods principally direct Rail Road or Water' communication'from Art l<>. >iit!bi) >ifi a town ilLS!.\ a' ", It"f

''iP Bafct ; '. December Term,1847. S: SCARBOROUGH' ,. Clerk for the'Cash', they beennblfd .to sell "them 11* the city of Nero York, these Periodicals >will.he 1Pw.rtp.r: _su1iIubud; LO rt ,t. ) :

'( L ,Archibald U..Cole-.James B. ) ,-August 20, 1847.' _' 4m x.. CHEAP nr:.CHEAPER" o. than':they cnn fa purcha delnvted FREE, OF POSTAGE. .""( I .t.,. f!( it..rI".l' lr !In.I lli4i; f," oiat.! *
1e" "I'ta" .11.
S l1 and eI9evhere. I KOWAUD WRIGHT, wol" .f jpy in "! I '! '
Cole George.Wi Colepartners NOTICE. ..Publishrrs, 'him-l'Jt "
&c. using the name and Attachment" ) KG BERT' POINSEHVN..B. .112 Fulton st Jbrk.Aug may mad<' ."n,,!I'i I lots, ;iiir.iI.! i j
i : Persons indebted to the Samuel New : tbT:" Mrf.irnaiiori! :
ALL Hide nnd other producetaken I } ,"ri'spei-ifvrJv, ) J "aficf ini'pnMic )) .
of Cole & Sum swornto country .13th.1847 'ir &:
style Brothers
,E. Ldwndes
late of
L.1 Swilley
1 County iWi' ,
; ,p in .xchung1.irG.iatIi. I Jt .trflnytaiuR, ; "'f.r ",.{
vs. $171 5ft '
Georgia, deceased will make immediate :.payment Jirrk.oiivilp| Marrh'.9ih. 1841.. _, ly NEW .inij-riivemeiif, inber ib'ari. ibe wt; tTwui4
Hezekiah. Nash and Mer Bond filed for : *Suiscritr .: ;; MONTHLY ..PUBLICAJ ,
4 : ; to the ; and those having -'1- ',. . ** ITIP : I luI!IJ.- ihIuHitili.i[ ib. diiir; tj ;
.I.'J'li1d t"11.
;"it rick Barnes, partners, &.con- ,.S343. 00 claims against said estate; must, present them BAPTIST! ; TELEGRAPH- O ,S." / <., _. l I Sii.vr.i4.;i nn'd pf>t
.::; stituting the firm ofILA. Nash for payment to the Administrator within the S Only:One'/loliar.aYe&r., ; I n'r .I.tIe,* irnpirMyrnfiir': .. ,"hej,1m 1 r. .tI1WIt

iIu .' &Co. time required bylaw, or'''they will be barred of 'Y ANDFLORIDA To comm ncf in October'next, and to be issued, ( I itA' ,tl..<,. rrriainrd ;. upJ :if pajiiiiiii ;.!. )Ihfl4It

t' ': FlHEiDefendants JL- and all others interested., : coveryi.V L,D.: BRANCH, Ai i'r..t EMIGRANT. regularly) thereafter on or about. the flit te n h "'lIiU b" n>Bt!" rtp.:. !II"if ;o '.,.,-f l}... .

:arc hereby notified of the commencement' Marion.County-;.Aug..20, 1847.V8w. .* of every month. ->, .'. wIt, ,jirrha..d. ibf'lol!r 'i.I"iU,rrll '."n.:..ffrri-l*
I. of,the above entitled suit by Attachment, returnable ,1.uF, : Subscriber! .!riropoaes to piiMUh inS ,ih.I. .5 5 S .I.r!!' .r. ,? -llio ""xt'-e iJm r't.nr.'A.I; :

..4 ,t. 4 to the December Term' of said Court,: FLORIDA HOUSE., 'tflWnfiiIkonvIk. Kant Florida" ,H monthly -' .. he .hafl. r t lie'tapiIIru1 F l..t.th iirbj.vai

': j : to wit-the third Monday December next- FOR. SALE OR RENT.. hewjipaperj oftht, tihove title. It nlmll rx. MHII- :: G (iD Juf Y' S .11 tLat .t.fiMiy! oibrr lot i'fl'rrd si)IJPracidE,1. p"rirr5."r; w

t rk: and are required to appear and plead to the p THE Undersign offers, oVi themost lmlln politic*; chall rontain general intelligence ; REPU. ] LICATIO. OF TH TWO MOSXrPtt.lK WOKKS 1 bat i1inJs.t.flsrd, '.i,rt.Lr.,' bWvs

declaration, therein filed 'according to law. ii- liberal terms,,to sell, or ,rent this,well niul. in Rffligkin, nball be frank Hull! explicit.- 5.- IN EUROPE;, ,.. : ? ibi*.IIMI slay nf'ih.i l | >l,Iir1i!,Ie. jla U l M fp 1*,_.
JOHN P. SANDERSON., S The )paper witltlfivo thefiiitbnnd! practice of' BLACKWOOD'S, L kDVS9 '1VIAGAZ1NE. .if (. ,li. :
:. I' known.establishment furniture inclu- ,., irV; ,same nmy b, "ntei'd at pVfiin M&,
:f Plaintiffs' Attorney. the Bafiti denomirinrion in tlie*'UnitIM| Smtei"I, And_ Gazette of :' 'n'
; : d Application to be madetOJ.n., COLE; 'atPalatka. : 'c theTashionableAyorld. ul' P"Vi,S leN,' II,{" Unitd' SIlI'ti.1d.it
-'lAlligatorFlorida June 25, 1847. 4m' anit shall be parjicu1HrIv4evutel tn lli. interest* S wbirli :
; A, H. COLE.S ALKO. S h j"''nii bid iflnitt.ipruvrzsI l ,.iJ..r-41r. '
t 4. I -'.t'Jf -' :. St. Augustine. August: 1847: tf ; of the Southern Rnd South \V e"'crtl'Slntl'*! Ihr THE LO >O (WORLb'JOF --FASHION. '.' S ., ILe "p I ;. i.; j1I' 1 JI.i..d.( .
a *' In Circuit'. Court, socular tind'Rt h inu..improvement of the pror.l* And Continental.Feuilletuii& I 111t.....#.", .1 '. .."
} 'EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. NOTICE. ,of Florida, it'xhnll conerder as i'l pnrnmViunt obligation. [- ,The Price of which in I"S By.tin Aft of Con -,
ftW i tke
'*' ; two. Works Eagland is ?f" reni< ; miwprirt
-1 't. : Coi.vn'CouNn'. TO WIT' S IXAVEEKS after date, the undersigned .. To reprove vice to'promote Virtue to pI Uevntp $12.a. year.idrAa .. '.5. .f I'nrli tjiwn' ,Ii.i-i 'fix..-d:i.t' .....!!:6,.'
: "- December Term, 1847. 'will to the Honorable the thr mind to the tVIS4hip.Iftbf true ( oii, and c. l .
apply Judge of ,- republished the r* fd ur,'nd'-'lUt lotHi
iwem lne.
by subscriber ltU.t'rrr
3 it: Isaac P. Hardee and Robert ) Probate for the County of Djjival, for Letters of !" improve: thn w rdly condition mankind, will will cost only $1 a .S y acre, : .' '*
year -
I 1p H. Hardee, merchants and part- Attachment: Administration'on the Estate of Joseph'Alveres L be its leading f nt nrp,. S ,' ,'. ., ( S. ; RICHAKD YOUKG; ;'

ners, ,trading under the name, Sum sworn to., late of said County, deceased. 5) 'TKRMS FOR ONE TEAR:-ForiweJvp
I" ) style and firm of L P. & R. IL $154 06 JOSEPH A. BARBE& Mx'ropteii.$5; 'one copy Advancepayment I, ,MAGAZINE,' >.' 4': .. _
I Hardee I Bond tiled for S "will) be expected in nil .. AND GAZETTE OF FASHIONABLE '
: :August.13th. 1847., '6w"Watchmaker canf* WOJtLP .
Ph ,' vs. $308 12, 5-5 5 KJ'Alj! 'letter, 'addree
: Nickabud Raulerson. ., ,v be pot jiaub. 'Letters; MusiCf Fws Arts Fashions ', '
mlIUfjtlnl : ) '
"SrotIJt. i' ., ,
;.: Defendant. and all others interesteci.'arehereby j', ., <-' < ; -. 'N. B.' 'Th. first number."iII be.it ue(1 on the 4 The wel-known:celebr tY1n'Europeand this! r. 81i4M.JN. A. 'jl, Ir.. ,

notified of the commencement :of *' and Jeweller.- "", firtTtiP: .day in June next.- ,' country; of'Blackwpod'iai I Edinburg:'Magazine p>: 'T"./ un'_,* ,;( in..trui'ii_ entitled suit attachment returnable : .N. ,. MAIN-STREKT.. : ; ". JAMES:McDONrLD., has induced : Srlicol.; I S
the above
.. by S I e subscriber to commence the republication -: i% : ur fi'tinded. .lipoit; tlie prii i rj r';le*_w.nr.
to the December Term of..dCourtowi, : Rpi pectfully informs the rilizens Jacitsohvilte. Fin.. April 30lh. 1847., ; tof this fashionable London nthlj. ,Vfuciwi! _"fuinnnl.!jgy.., Slii! \.II l !'..fPIUt.t '

r the third Monday in December next, and are S ',o1JacknnilIennd. its vicinitj, hat -T5. ? CARD. :- I ,It isli matter.'surprise that;jthe republication -: ,red tu' ntefilUipYv. : rnay. lierfor ,.. r rlltlf",Ik'. '.,

required to.appear and plead to.,the dec1ara.tiontherein : J" he hns /emnved tn the, buui e.irnmediately > :!' : .jbf'.this' work was not 5icbmmenced.somVyearssiHce : _sies.tiIir.j; hiJ.! IIIISP. 'J.,,',.r _r.1a .II .

filed according to law. ,. S ? < adjoining, the .or>e. re.cently 5 : :, On !looking' oyeftsome'ofthplatenumbers i 'prtiR*.Sioh. run ..krtuA ti i, i!" 1.:

'., ". ?: WM..1VES, Plaintiff's Attorn y." 'I,. ",. ocoujiied, na the printing'office '\ :RIVERS, : iS. 1QLtIL,5; : we find the-m filled with StorIes ? rid. ; bent .nit.their Ml'jprl* in lire., t I. "

; Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1847. 4m' of the"FJ! ridn St rte,mnn,"and 5 ill now, pre-: 'DEN"T': .L', SU, RG'EJON'S; : tI': Po try, and Narratives .thelnost'of which fall Th* ',"gllli'ti"ftl&-.f/ ibe lnstit ution[ 'are \,

'- 'p a; d to execute. with promptitude/nil orders.coniwcted -., -- 1, but little/behind'those published[m th Edin- ; tiihvb.iinga.1.igTh ;F i ; ,;f prmnoimg."the int el ,!
Office North.East: S.J iilien I ,
:::' ; ,. corner'of ,Street ul atttl'Jnlr81-a"yiui
:,r 'NOTl wjtLitbe.abnv I I.np'r!; S burg Work and many rsttrpass even"the1 emana- mt' r of ils'merriberii _..
4 .j ALL. Persons concerned or interested. areA Mh: Grotbe .would'nIio say that he nas determined and Market Siar;. t OD8fr. m'the Giant intellects'pf the,icontributors S 'ifucipJineii'intended,fo be. rirtly td***"

I. 'b desired to take notice,.that the undersigned toennfinehu' alteniion in future, e,ciui.e-; LVANNA11,5cthiicH.C 'to the"great Northern;Magazine ',Th 'b Si 'TbrPreceiior, !le*ire. in" cnliivate,7! ; *ith"htf J$*'

.. ed, compliance with an act of the State of .I|y"t v work.irr (:these branches. He renderl is. f.. Aug..2047.,.. ".T J" -1y" 'c. S jn1ters.of th e.'4ty contribute to its(jiagesl' 35 'pil5E4ii. uf,kind anVt rahllhar'ln'efC'UU'se' 3",'

Florida, entitled "An Act to provide. for the,rein ..thanks.- the:"many .riends who: have ivpnhiihejrpiiIrnIrngl.anIiruit..thntlIj'exerjjun8 ( ; : .FORWARD HALDRICH '. it has \now been JpubUshebTieyen"-;: (a in t'I tt..inrtikfb,1-: flpialtnzhe, I'ettetpii : '

establishment of,the TRecords of the .County .of.IUqlQlaand .( : ;hereafterivillbe .: -5- ' ,- "c' I;:.."r'S .'Londdrij and a-circulation exceoomg ripki.t.lh: !hipari. ,*' thin. 1;** .rl,'DtJ
t for, other puryosesl Approvea '' nch a* 10,Inprit it. ,- S ,.,. S ATrOBN'YS .AND ,1c6UNSEL. .t0flS, 'AT ,LJ.W; :170.000 copies througb.'Engld : 't .:rnt".f'JP.ni! $fJm"lr.j ., > "'II.- .v :

Janwiry 6th, lSi7.: They have '.:(from Ipnjf. practwp-5nf:'. his hUllinf"lIl- Ce.Ii1.I iKJ"iWlpractice{ \ |n thi;se.veraj Courts of Liw. land end the conunent'or J transi lf ; y 'Afl.flCCtJlttt'4frOUflT.Ofthe. :! d4inupn[ ,j,f rie*

the Clerk's Office of.the Circuit Court for; ;Wrnsef| omp!tPnt'to, give (uui ra lion, indhiS; and Equity(Iha KaitVrn.Cifrjiit: t f-att"ittrnf V

V : .aid, Cpuntyj a paper'writing purportingftd:be :ChQtg"'f'.-".ilf., moderate' and asjeasohabla: .as:; ,' ''>T'T WM.A..FoRvvAkiu-Si, ;''Aiie* itine.,' *AU .f:/ '**-. ;. l" it being-thV'-bBl instanc bf'an liaglMMagazinereceiving iskepty.H.nipy' fir itrbicli Icr.llunr; in .rom, exfl-

a oopy.in substance of the last Will ana Testamentqf -, ,.I ht'e OthA.Nnrth f;',. I ,, '.-- ,Louis, ALOHICH, Naisvit ft ._' ... :::_* .that'anriplim'ent. ***-*-." ;wtth-the.b.rtrrni bill:.i.e 111mi"ffl to _!

.. r Henry Jones,late"ofsaid county deceased Sf..B,JCln, ; s and Watclj repnzr4J*the Lest \VMi GRABTREE 5 ;, : The publicatida will cdmmericein7October, parent, or jymnli. Hi"homi"y
!( /the;.original!of said last 'Yill' nd Testament t naitner. iu4 f nt th'n,short (,, J1oti p.J .., ATTOB EY .. -. S _.. S. ,. l next andwfl1bntfnued iuthly. : JC.>TKKfs"MIRA.SKSStoN Of rW&LY!JW&nr.H' :

I $ having been destroyed by fire on the- first'day; ,, .Jacksonville, ,, -D..c.2&, 1845.. : ANDCOFISEI.LOBAT. ,, .. LAW. f atiofi,7price""of ,aboWirork1in v" : r.BrJtn..ij' #s. S.- 1. .. 'SQa.--

'1 ,oftKovemberlast And that they will.apply to I ( '. '. ', ,,. -4 ;I" IU1 d.rJackaoninll"rFlaViti .\ \; r'VJTIi' ''!U5"$d"[ _-*-* ;j* '...-M .'.j. t ". -j.WORLI .- "v ,j-i i. "rnrnon, Biancbeii'ViK.. ;J. ; TjMlinoiid.Grre ; \

the pircuit; Court ofJ said County: at the next *- cS5 .. :...,; .. ff"Af"'E'::: .: : ; : *' : tr ;d,to'wnlui.ini rtatii1> tl l&ia htrniiinnv'if'the cJi ? W.f.Q -t. .,. 5. .4 .. .. ,,:;L'. !} 'kClir., extra,;. '/ -

1 Te'i-Di of said CourTt eheld, in and'for'the'C6untyofColumbia : : LLper ni ? nr ,/ t'r binJifi.f,&\1 1; ; ,; :Coirb, tsmo5 :
4 .4 '4 ; ; ; ,'on' the* third,''Monday 'in'De i l yLjL.j SiX-M n'hafter! tb? jclnte he'reof/rhe'Vrnder- .L'.nrhlli"' -;':'..' r."r'',\ ", "'. : ,,1" .4 .104{ '" S f" .."" :...i ;:: .tc "_ :!" ," *' '; ," rnp.. "- .- ; ')' .. .' : .,!'

1! I> einberfnextJ to'hayc saidCopy: ''Will'th1*- 5ne
annexed of Jed" andle.y' decf-jjrafd will, LIY.I.NGSTON, : M nthlY'/'ullie! : .*----/." e : V. r ..l.bJ. 11' ,,"" f .Jt4.h '
lisnedlirt'fieu of'si d rig ., 'destroyed b v' .. : .4. 5 4 1if. .. ,COuTtf.oj Jo1l. : .rt. ,I'ryJI,t :' !
i _
.. 1r reosforesaid": V # &" '?**' apply lo th '' Hon.Jiidg' ? eief i* S;545.Pnihate"v'fop!- > : -*;*Alnchua' 'S" .- -' .tji aT.J'' tH 4'flORNEYAT narJr-Wflf' LA ':: ; ''. .J-.j ,UIKt: "tn'n,.f.Qns;.. .r't' '"XT...u ,J.''''Yifi'.n. 1."' tfj jp, 'r(: t'iJ .rq"i .J tupayfliett ; : rr
''* *& Lpnnty, for a final grttlement nf their acronnts n 'r' ,ac h?', l'l''t., c:: nableThhz ni' 'Piilite )! :P.'k i .!f.I f'. june -
t 'WILLIAM TOWNSEND,Executory'} {r'I'5c'f'A; ; ,"I T '\I" !. .,. onv" 'rf : iZeraturei: .HM.. S ::rNQedUCJflWl1be :
.. t! '-r ", ANNY.MARY JONES, Ex utr!-rfS! (//ii;icKnd: ilich r;e'from'the further' .AdtninUtraitoribf 11;Wj.1! practicealithf.Cp 't ru ;ofiuy! .1..F..hAter.C.'rltll ..j AW, toe uperas, heatfu,'fe:: c '" -: !? : D wr i kR tejpjirge ap$4-

Alligator.;.July 23il847.rw : '*".+ 1 ,4"'3ni,'l.t..i'A '6 tiiI pj&rntp4\ J St'-* '*ti&wx : !.: 4.Mjtrrh.gf; 'rf.f*-* *?jv. ..> :!:'.,6m"ft.. j fi i4 : Edited' by several" 'Litferary.and'Fashionable' .*J'f 5-lu|1 !(.l. ?"*lop.'lf Ir* plineal'V: CJ T'
rt .
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