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: October 1, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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: Debtors and Creditors t i wwJSit5nn 5 00, Or relieve our troubled' mind.;.1 :,, -'',. which was on'.chase for the slaver.was'the kno to.thftRA1.0.W. w.n-1.-eclher...Jt"ei 1 GTe tr'juct: at b,tinIO t1Wi1 0..<: ) ';:. }
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AU religious notices Bears back to Friendship's own 'bcl "
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rr: ds'-a chntheoniy.chapeid? pied her liftlf-niurdereVs'nnna TteJfreahnes\ 1. -- -, '. .u such.. ShouldrecevM ,
jAJl: WLI1rh.rged '. -withsorrowfulemotion c l:1 the;captain of the slavery-"and no one will care oth breezerthe' noise ocasioedbtheiapItance.1 : .DII!.remAU1"L '"'.. 't,!th...,.iou,I wishthat: : ,.&ae"should t .J Ii I ''!
Friends were left so far away. "v> goo an A w.aa'ftee' .
about dity.of '.3 : I
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advertiemenh1.T a pin f:ray,OOD pl'edimnn. and, .Ieft '. ',', t
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); AilbUls for Job priot ng-,mugbeptd on the Tho the present has its friends, too,- '. :: OkI ,>eaidtlie e -, :'ninl: the.ehriek'ot.th' M-.n.mI'Lw1"crf. m.th disOD ,hett.1.:*.. A L.crab_; an tI"''fe :,, j i j.j ,\

I jpIi\11'1 01 the wnrk.I be addre.aed to Who may fondlingly caress; ? .a getawayWhy to besurtj'lshouldnotbeain lack Tke eyes of "V crew MW n i.EOWU the theu1.isiotheagher .body>y 110fl121Wbat I iiv} .
1 I U AU comtnirniraflh mu.t, all'this ends too ;'TmyselffHbutiihaconfounded fcj tliftcaptahitKept his'glaislleadily1 fixecl Jite.9tit41it8r'I'. .
feel that 1hAt't
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! ( lnr t Httmm.rWr oiMgs With thempmiBni'sTiappiness.Words'of sails well' aniwe" '" :are evidently. .losing ground on that ihtfinateii: fed KeTwaterinympk'anaa 'I: 'te. C"tC.au C 1" -loAAon.1..,11'.t--. ." ''..: .... r t
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.W. ..paeke Friendship are so pleasant, < ::01.1. kood-m'4id" d 4
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W 'jl said mit "i t0thtJ 1t1 the tcSa
That: we smile while yet we may;;t? -tr., r rst'b; e'"oi'st1tJ girl, tnelBapid .d the_Captain; Then j i that eSOmTe.. P Ueh ":; <, 't if; :!,

JiilS While we fear the,friends now present,. .M t i our'capture "andihe.ibre-yard ,YM wnjecfure aiil, 3BtaiostUrhfrcask" being k1orld'an4accompli rt L.rpe.ce.1Iit1 :: .' < ,':
a III uTWEE" Soon too far away., ?* arm,I will bejesponsible aincolyou feaaniI EI all ap rd'.t a 3ff er st b 'the:: i for* whicn.Cher < .,*Great.*- A-*Destiny' }::.:.';:._'. ;
;wUl.be in are created./ -
c to' seeing.aa;Id6 that.tie taki of he far ; mt .: iv .. : :-- t.
i ; Ag Rapid b i :& fH.-- 'ar f" .- t"::". : ; !
N fH'. 'r A r KAf"Ft Tht J r "f 'rri rid8\fp"8 :;-( "'- once the Bownfau myself and:family,-'I'am ring,Bnathi'8eDdotth&th, ;
.BY THE WAY OF .-' .' And Vill gather as we glide resolved to have one more chance of cape -'n: -? 9 r.tbe teasel l.ttwafl J imaglued;\tha*either; 'ce1vi rttzal.lH1U1.Wl5' w.tll. 'T'-t" J n.: ...: d .. : p

ulElEN, BRUNSWICK ST. MARYS, -CEO.; Lilies fair with graceful motion, we can go on until night:the frequent..squallsonay the negress had l passed unseen,or was left to inentabli -- here by-the Caledonia'frbm unquestlon- .. I I.r.

,JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND Dipping in the gentle tide. .allow 1lJ to tryf another manccnvre. ,which:;| death,the/spirit of' innaving y.preddnunated -' able sources,announce that.on the 2Sth of jir : i t ;

PICOLATA, FWJKIDA. What tho' these may fade forever, may prove more fozunatethaioula, $; and if over the'spmt'-of charit .: But it was; .last ,
la connection with the Charleston Daily Mail We'll preserve them in decay; the bait does not tempt sufficientlywby.weare only the fears.of the sillains'which couldtnave1hoKn ; clftrlpg thai all persons who should thereafter : I, i

!packets at Savannah,the steamer SARAH And will love them and will never ./only saving! one'or two human eltig;:from*'* -'ciVi V an'idea,.':xu" '_r*! are general.; be bern in bisI aomini6nishbuld/be'boHi'ft'ee I .

BALDING,from Palatka to Lake Monroe,the Put their lifeless forms away. life of misery." \.k a;?i a:?; tT"-; > #* .' 1i'tht;bsfb1mi beings' UT' andwh, i a' and thatrail'persous in servitude'in'his''domin* .:'. ". (

..Mail Stages front Picolata to St. Augus- ."Well", mate,ffFm agreed. ,* Forward I woman_ is. conccraett;they yould'risk mote'thahj iojis OButhe28th; of.July. last;andremaining so :, : : I'

and from Black Creek, via N Newnansville But will press them to our bosom- therc"said. h"t 'I. .' '.O .1 .1.: ''. the biped"race.' : -'t "*,/ :;;" ; on the 28th of July, 1859 .skOl.beaiisolutely; t_; : '
junior, Mineral Springs and Columbus, toT That some leaflet may revive; ."S'I'," nawdred aoughlookinfe3iow.S'J' i rTjiJoon, howeverthe Edenf was:sean i-to'Ip1 free wjlthbutcbmpensadon to,the'owners Jn '

.And with tears we will bedew them, "Jumpdown,'? said the caplain.; 'and hoist up: her sails,and presently she hove to,and cast heranchors.1' the negotiation:'with the"colonists which'pr&- : 'I

OCAMULGEE Ctpt A CHASE. That perchance they yet may live. one or two empty.casks,1 and send the cooper aft ;, The' unfortunate vtCUDm,the barrel;. ceded theissning thii'decree he offered them ;

ET.MATTHEWS, ': P.McNELir. When we find 'tis all in vain tho', with his tools. !,., ", of" ,Jt L.. ,...,' .- I was taken on Iwardj-'but'''the 'expense.the the a1terna. he.ot three years with a compensa ., S

These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY For in death their beauty lay; ..".Aj,- ay* ; rt" responded T-a man itJ all: the t freedom of the r composing the Rapid's cargofor "tion of_$60 per bead for.':each,slave or.twejye I. !

cd SiTtRDAT MORNIXQ, at 10 o'clock, and arrive Then they shall fore'er remain so, indifference of Bailor:t 'r "*. ;. as,njghtWasfast.fallang,thejalaver. esthe' .; y eajs with'out'any wmpensatipnj nd'they chose- 4tIe1AttOr ;it

*t Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go Where they breath'd their life away. The cooper'.soon made his appearance; in five: _..P-, ," T., _..., .- .. : Denmark three small islandrin : of. Iffi :
\ rough to St. Augustine before night every minutesithe empty casks:-were, on},.deck,.,.the ".j yo w 'T. <" _. tt'J. the.West 1D1!'J?St;Crbix, Si;Thomas'and ;
Was our heart too cold to nourish of taken and ; St.. John.. St:, Croir contains'' : I
Jicrsday and Monday. heads ,both, were' out, the copper A SCHOOLMASTER "B' BD NiR( uND.i .' ; -about-30,000 .1
Returning, leave Palatka every TUESDAY and Emblems of so pure a flame set to work to out out a'cir 1(large.enough1 for :rf'ron :< slaves..SL Thomas and John. perhaps 5000 '' 1 ; t ,

i finuT MOUSING, at 7 o'clock,touching as above Or were they too frail to flourish, Oman's; neck. The mate who was'a nahdy fel-. i \ ]Journal" ..6t"a' Termpntschoolmaster.'pnblished niore.-.Nf.Jovrl'of Owu- 1

i each vay.They And their Friendship but a name? low'of all work began at'n cask,and the captain _j._ v ina- .Vermohi- -- jpaper-: .. J"C .." 'I-"r' '., :''' j MEl ,\ '.11
are both Ion pressure boats, in complete Yet we'll love them e'en departed, stood by, urging the workmen to uSe every 1 iVLUW1 '.-iT ent'toDoara 'at'.Mr.'-7S- p ii.Ji '.'. -

I and handsomely furnished in every res- Tho7 they bloom'd but to betray; despatch .The breeze.;had freshened, and we Jia4a baked goose.for dinner;supposed frox its. Paso to.Chihuahua' :1.'mp 1u arc ri -
crJe the
Ihe thickness tthe '
I' peeL; are commanded by gentlemen of well I Tokens of the hollow-hearted, held our own,pretty'well.with the stranger;.at SIZe of the skin and othervenerable different officers .of the,regiment formed.theoi8elvesintoa .
have 'flM
experience on the route, and their pat- : Thus may win our soul away.: any'fate I.was fearful that she did not'gain upon appearances, tq been'pne'bf tJi 'company. -
I settlers of'Vermontmade ,There were twelve of '
will be a slight impression 11
I JOM are assured that every attention perish us very'rapidly.-( the mean time, both them;of whlch'riumber eleven
Tho' their thus on jpatriaroh's breast "
and comfort of beauty may. < vt<
passengers and worked with the y
rid to the safety cooper assistant away greatest A' .high pi'TlLte; "Jai' servant '
i Never never to return 'Sdpper. ld ,i goose and potatoes family 'j itflaeut.T .
of freightAGENTS j
1 ml to the careful handling indifference, and no human eye could have { 'wa
C elected
their ashes cherish 18isti fthe fcaptaiD.Ht1YU the blactestof :
Yet we will good wife3 daughterPeggyfonr { ,
! : detected the slightest variation of countenance '
the crowd and .
sported a large Wack feather .
Savannah. In the depth Mem'ry's urn. w 1S .a. vu* n> tuu :hand a WAUtC, f 4
of the j uvfi
in the
i-oola & Tapper, : mate although was fully aware ) with a smell black
Darien. Should their particles be scattered, cata.-: 'Fire:built.in 'the'-square'room about 9. Uifw large sabfe withann '
ilDcLorme desperate act about to be committed., -When the
, Brunswick. Not a single one to stay, :. o'clock and;a pile.of,wood,by thefire-rplace- eI11iriil\-'bras.hllt- whi h zaine sa- :
casks the ..hoops taken
IFriedlander, were ready, ..upper were bra was .
Let the urn to fragments shatter'd, < Saw Peggy scrat her-fingers and couldn't tWtlIy'gettiflgjfly0lyed in the intiile.
Besent Marys. off so as to allow the to place the heads
Jib cooper,
i take the.hint : ,' .. f : WithJG for
life about the. :
I Itnandez & Bisbee, Jacksonville. Yield with Friendship, away.COLUMBIA. in' when required. A pigofiroi ballast was felt'squeamish atomach : an tdin1i s'ti '
arid 'talked i .were omuJa le and to .
Black Creek.G fastened ineaclt cask and.thenit was the'nmtesaid ; : .t>fAgoingtobed; ;.Peggy; looked. : 1. '
iCoy, Picolata.u.Thwkin Jacksonville, September, 1847.. } _sullen, and put.out the fire'in, the square roomwent'to"b4 he''taikth. 71rou d worroners!
,Cooley, in a firm voice'J *.- ,- < 'During the battlei-of Sacramento
Palatka. "Now.sir weareready.,.. If are still d&termined. -, having eaten a &
you -
quantity of stone 'walks .J i' or ,. -= 11' tb ac
L1atte & Co. Charleston. PREPARATION OF COTTON FOR MARKET. :dn me if you shall:ever say that.. ld ; tion ww 9erthe7 were;espied breakjng out I
IB.-Goods consigned to the Agents for- John Collins was af 4'when death-was athand. Tttesaay.- gander'for.breakfast, swamp frbin{the I ,
wrdei free of commission. Freight from Sa- .As the season for gathering this valuable' staple ." *' : 'jj.Jj tea. and some nut cake-thq lsttersome consolation. That: wagonstodjoiningin. the pursuit
is hand few suggestions to the Dinner.-JChe & '. evening one of our officers. attacked 'Jo. '
Tuuh and Charleston, and all way freight now at a The captain's eon had been all along watch legs, Went to. about nis '
planter on the importance.preparing it for ;bedasPeggy, w s carrying in the fire. to the: company!' \, 1-
,, { pyslleby shippers.Btptember tri market may not onty.prove interesting,but wehopebeofvalue. ing the movements of the cooper, but his was quite. square roomdreametl 1 was a mud turtle andy :"Well,Jo, I hear:';y our.mea were hid. '. 4
17 of the intentionf .father/- "
ignorance the tfie '
! : The St. Matthews is in Charleston repairing. ..Although we have on, several Once indeeO. he asked !:;whai'was, the hole'cut got on my backhand c1dii'otget over again; '._ 'f wagons Lieute during tl'88'toea'fighUI '";-- .

I Anew boiler will be put in her, and occasions endeavored 'to impress this subject iH the h'4 of the-.cask for1ut he was told: 'ieWednesdayCold gander breakfast;Wi-!I truff fJ:: done"eberyting' rcall'd! iamde* '
the consideration of our xeaderSj'we hope of'sicknesstand onthejpiterismobdemen
the fa- upon plained; TOuldeatnpthing-- -
I no fains spared to make her as formerly, to'be sileutf .a tone of voice,which set me shali'mg -! <
,ortte will commence her trips on with benefit to many, yet its importance to every like weather. Dinner,.Wings, &c 'of the gander,warmed,up'*: .inwked'dem by all devnold "-
induces to to _,. nkey.in frosty f'lt- a best 'destr them" most dean in dis world and de next 'b '
ofLctober.flOSFECTUS producer us recur rny to forfeartheyshouW tIt was.
Wore the 1st deck said the
the EM -.Bring: one of.the slaves upon ,' would. '
: dey
with the hope that ere, long w.c. may Induce: > 'be/left forruppcdId npyrsucceed' go, git .on,4wrOi3g8ldogb de ; "
OF A NEW them to look to and consult their individual captain.; "and_ do"youhear"' *? pick* r onthv1y.*. 1irea i"i pPeraU"the.afternoon: & i.. -' 'waettj.31"-s-5-s4i 4jT'! V.> '" :'. A 'ii.
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nd "
slimo '.b4wutdid 1
MPSIC BOOK, IN PATENT NOT!', interest'this particular. Having been reared a Hot johnny k -fe1t greatly revived,thought ;.:. jDVc theie 1m : '
CALLED of Georgiasfv- The slave was brought unshackled upon deck; r had dear of 1 r stood dar gettiacooler; ,,and de'firing
in the cotton-growing region ( he looked round him ,with surprise and yetwith' got the. pnder.,.and,went to bed 1 kept
THE HESPERIAN HARP : eral years of whose life has been spent byvthe willlsunken"fromcareand for a good disappointed.. verT'cbol'' ttin.botterJand' at last de cannon' balls' indifference1iis'eye
Bj Dr."'.llousrr,of Jeff man Co.,Go. writer in one of her commercial marts tVe) have. from sickness and his'poor emaciated. night, and'cou1dn'k- pycarniin bed.. (Jot up could do fass. ,l'Uujujhfd b sttdisiiijga1. _i
war togiibclttjtd'dt I .
seen that much money has been lost to planters and''StopecE the broken window WI.th"t coat'and rjagoju htsseW l' <
bad to come forward in she "
form qualified him f .. .
inclu- the attention in preparing their cotton -" ( froze"toe and I "> .J.i.'C1
I 'T 1I"ork'will contain 500 pages; for want capacity alinded to. \ Yest-noiisej tip m1"Dt. t

ding Incid exposition of the Rules of, for market ki He's the liveliest we can:fi n.sir,'j said one( ,before morning'i-".',:; L: x }*. t.Thursday. : The Annual Incosie of the'East1 lidiaCompany.amounts -. I :

, Sillgia and Uf Musical Composition; a larger The first branch of this subject is the pickingthe oft.he seamen"for he was'-the only one who .-If.'Cold.gander", again., /Felt.fyeryc to.br.ty nuDionasterlings Equal.

ntnaber of the Church tunes used by the reli- cotton from the bolls; the greatest care was talking and lfancy.he.isa slim as, ,of. 'much. discouraged to"see,the gander not half .o Q .P9 QQ..O. -Vf NAn ,
i any "
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; ,pOllS denominations, South and West than have should be observed to pick it clean trash and the rest f but for that matter..we shall have.no weniffvisitingrforJdinner' aId: supper /: : 4
i eve'before been embraced intone volume dirt particularly'the dead leaves of the plant, trouble find another; 04.A'U.S : slept ,and had pleasant:dreams- "' 'I. -. }<- A"idIt tha'alj for alack

j 'Odes and Anthems j Sunday School and Infant all of which materially affect its value in the *f "Oh ?th'ennt aid' his"80n!"bi niyDlack lriday.-Brcakfast .abroad ..Dinner.at, _,Mr.B's .-- of*editorialslbecause Sal his;better:. '1Ias:1. : ,

Hjnais;Numerous Temperance and Missionary market When Picked it should be well dried wife." .' "*> i,,. ; gold' gander'and; ,.hot potatoes, last. the scissors.,. '"Tlxe babies,?he aays nuat Jiave .t:, i "'

bee &o accompanied in a great many iiutan- before being stored away in the house for which *. Ah!" ejaculated.the captain. yerygbbdate'thr 'and went'to'school quite; shirts'and Sal won't cut out shirts with a.handi, i

.m bJ the entire Hymn or Song. Many of the purpose every planter should have a scaffold "That would!do just as wen said'v.the' mate a ,;"' contenteiSnpperJ -Ctold: icuidervand nopo1tatoes saw..;.no how you. -can* *fix it,'' -, ,- "** :' i; .
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tows are entirely new 4 while many of those sufficiently commodious to spread a day's pick- //sobring her.t't'here;'you're'not:the first in' ,bread 1fJWiJ'T'1.f..AJJ/.L.: dryhadi" ,the.;heod-'.. '' : :. :111 JI

fa*old airs that have long been used at Pray- ing. the;world'who"would like;to''get so sure"'&-di ache and'couldn't eat .Peggy< concerned. 17'OlI'mdeai1Pm: 1i little .: 1i

I 'cr,amp and other Meetings &C., but have .storing the.cotton away care,should,be. .taken vorce." .n "1" J. I'"* had a fire built in the square room,and thought fellow'the others day as;iewentrunnlnginto .' ,: ji

Mfer before been collected and harmonized, to keep the stainedfrom unstained and Away went that incarnate devil,c and in two she and had better sit there outof the noise. the house.JVnat'* theziatter, .nqujrethe '.:: t .

Ji4 numerousScotch Irish,German,and other they should be ginned separately, otherwise the minutes he. was seen lugging ue tunes will be found in the Hesperian"Hp. stained cotton materially affect the value of victim by':,the hair'of the head;: one or two. sleep. bad for t MV&v. ,- '' and stuck'I Xlnut3u in my. trousers ' i III'

Books ancient and modern-many that the unstained and produce what is called in the more. that sex came oh deck,'but were instantly ..*Saturday.;Breakfast"coldv ander.and,"hotIndianVjohnnycake .J' *- :* ,' """*_t c.', --::: -"' ttJlJ : t.

.are.sow ont of print, whose rich music is unn market,"false mcktfr bales. If separated when sent below again. ;j ... did.ivery' ;well,:\ glad f to .'IQt, JTherewanstore: iobe& : '

to most persons of .the present day-: stored away,5; can be ginned an
been completely "used vy* to supply this ,'and each stand upon its own merits. show this young.lady howshe is to sit for nonej]. ,'didn't keep school this afteriioon--ireigbed Wf o'Satardaeek, ,' L-n''the "Ci t1.. bf. Brotherly. h
the importantoperd1ioll '' found thatl had tsiifp Is the last week: *? -"' i" --.iJ-sU* 1J1-
.Next ginning Love. :
comes very
devil talk thejnegro ,
butthe can language. -
which too attention 'F. 'grew alarmed*had talk .3. and '" ', .,.,, ,.. jl t.
I HESPERIAN HARP is the largest and and one upon much I did as I was desired,and then got out again. a wjth'Mr. concluded t '- ". .

: .< ? a Music Book ever offered the American n cannot be bestowed. The machine KhouKFbc .The girl wa then'told to do as I had done j but'', 1 had, :boarded'out his. share.,. ..; .ff !,.,.a1J''A' ;: p K1Da'U., .' u N'4t.-A f ". _..-.:comiponden. : '. : !:? ". .', "

Puiic, as all intelligent persons will see by"aparmgit of the'very best class,'lor without *'goodTginii. she hesitated,'as'if warned by some unseen power -I iiJ.J .J.-:-. w- .".... -,: '.. .;. ..1.f, the.Herald :.of Religions l ber telkta '. it''y
with other works. Price, $1 50 is impossible to make fiM cotton, however good otthedgerwhicbawaite4Jier! AR:8he.. : stery _Ji
> : about the
fJ1qMcWtDri 3Mtm1H iyoung-pnnter. an inscription on facadea.chnrch 1
.fcwpy, beautifully printed, and bound in the staple may be.!or however clean j it may haye"' 'could not succeed;.the first,time:!,was...desired: named.Boyington/ served; his time; in.the'. recently built, which'was intende4.to be.asfol-.
: ) )
uuvsErntverybad ;
Aboard with a neatly printed cover. '50' been picked. It.Iff therefore, Itt 1ionId'be to place" her in :p p'erli'i1 1 1.did."ThV ceoftheew Haven;Palladium,was bung V 'lowswtiny'house,:shallrbe'called!tte'nbusB of i
sent to address for 50 100 /useiv poor gin. "
one $62 ; coCr economy .was told to'k'thehead ,lDi fittiiig'thepart J ; -J JCft" '
cooper few bani "uppnTi of 'prayernl.- -" -4- [ '
8mce lntlA Jcharge
to ye :
I .Il0o. the'object of every planter who owns'agin about'lierneck.r.: J-j t*(* f. \'l, ," ,
hiyistuderaiouith"whbin1io tTo: ,insure;accuracy,.the: stoaecutter iiras. t
I The Tcorlc witt be fur joshed to subscribers procure the best; :it will soon pay,for itself!in. J j Come,down with youHsaid the mate h"nocooper .,';': Wjia travelling;::He protjested'his'innocence to, fee4tithei of Scripture inwhich these. '
therefore ; it
.14 the cotton. rIf.
Payment.in advance. the increased value of take that
fiixuxner.necklace, and care
i t ;eis wanted to canvass the whole country.ttcoromendations have an inferior gin, 'p rm1t'uS' to t exhort ,"not fit too''iight"ibr: sh'e i ia ". Jhw; : e, :U lVi q ayaiL1enflj4ela-. words occur.vJThe workman,howey ,unforturnately -. T ., 4 ,1.
you :itdc. ;,. lord in whos house the murdrwas committed! transoibed thewholebf,ss'fbllpws .
"oo 'if 'f "< < saafft-..,., ***> :
thiUtop to thiiik'bf damping itptfgwtJfc 3 ,.
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Address ; # -
required. youTnever strangecompa.ny.?/ 'conJtessed AChe% crim >on his death-bed_!: ''Bingtbn *:1 "My houie shall 6ea, 'house.of prayer;*bat you ';
$ '
discard ,
otf paid,At Louisville Ga. crop'D but'Jet$Persuade you to at 'The romance otConsciencei which had at first ''
was a toan rfiii 1 le and-pre-: i hayeJcaadftMti.denjof Uxeives. ::5Yhen : '
lei. on Ce, Ga,August 1S47.Florida once and procure a good one.; ;; qpfteia ; exhibited itself in.this worthy.associate. of the young arancewhose : deemed> rJ1raS4iscoYeNd,,an.attempt.1I'asTn .tJuiero.. .
possessing guilt was:" sec-
Inv app : .
Q" tmeiidtiberoftiepaper ix one cent.a pound :. *"* '"f ?*** ; .1
4 that cotton damaged nj 'q 1 ,
papers copy '
pens i5r Jtt! cdUTet11frorahe; fact&hathe'JI'AS.dhe ify filing "Ur. obnoxiousletters .t ,
__,... *- rt.T01UC .. o $' f PJ .up "', 't.r. t
booK will be given 1. e IPIft I : '. 4.
,a UJ a / u. t others !40j naving maae one zaise step, irom Dseizl'witJithe with i' .
last imurdered ma4l. -This'renrecIyJiowev-
': ; .
t : ::
; be
OOttOn'-hoUldJalri. packed- it'ljt th' other wttreni& 1.i '
that .*
Again i peE -; J/ f' ;the-first .
: .Jj er provedworse-than of the inng
: Vp ; 'i' l
tnlr. iT i ) :J : f"n -
_'i11,l 47. '4t good str g"i heavy''Tienip (baggngOott9flbagging ; ,not unf eqnentlfteewomen trhosevirtuesliae' .._ _. .. scrlP'to
if hepCip4to & .'f".. ; ".h7J .l-. .: ;: >. ..-. -' 1-t rz.4 "b1f r. 1r un T .:! ;;: 'j
will not.answer, beensacmced suddenly assume the open cpuh- '
; hUN the
ominous' tenenceCjYou.have :

L'. ,. $25 the KCWARD..letween head of Cedar. Creek and; get the:beSt,price and for uth',bis cotton buyer knoW I3s.iOt.this 'tenancy..,.. ;of' vice,\'."and/f 1. fin'.L'I i being..u JnOd d. %"aDd 4 .** D1dll.exton's- Buffietent Season to,-keTtlD3Dl''th&uHow do yoa'e I can' .-made"* it a deibf' thehes ". InijUy :thf&indal ...: 0<, It
sufficiently strong; rese1"Y "lIIe e"QIDCWU'4111 removed .
Back was by'turning titfinscribed. Gueefbiiwar4 : .
Pond Road between
the New afford inyjiusband hu not .
on 1 l1obufduCbhen. .
bdiiyS'deflCC0$0 -''- '
J < fact full well his -The last stroke of theMHet had:driveh'home
-"v letterlng he new outer sur 'acMj .
: riI1e and Alligator, a pocket book con- ingly.-:>\The hemp baggtogshould .th YeTY. -the> .upper:hoopxifihe cask;;the poor;,girljiwhogined. buried. a living.- i' _,-> /these'three">- 'V'M months"-- '_1J.t.iti.1 : .{ I\ St :_;.',.'th.',fir '{..*. *r tey ,. r.. _;.".. '.:;' I
.ngtl58 in banknotes, .and two notes ;:f" best and if it is heavythe 1ter gets his JJiO perhapsithat. om&kind pfamusemeht | ;y *iW ".-- J1t, i-'_'w """ ... .t"f'4. .t,' R. 1 j ,; _, .
"?of $ioo drawn in frvor.of the Sub- ; ; rIiPtJ it 11tl PCdrt 1pb1Is1 it' Sip .. .: .
I. each back, particularly: when7wttbnJand. ,bagging was.to follow kepi laughing d2n1U1 andiJy .,\.. t-f-tq.tif :! I.
ney '
Qdda.ted.ln. February;.last, ,i, vill''jew&rd are at their'present..prices1 SqulErejpacksecured :1 ', -'endeavor" ')1 to'make us t. ,Understand hers -th re IileteTa1ifr, a ., Yake4'< ETPTiW-4t,Netf. TOTEL letter ia -. : '

of S25.to any one w1i will restore, n_BbD ldalysbe m dCandthetshC1dbi! .delightfu : .{'1um ofw a reply PflYP0tiflLO come> from the en" 'M1 d 1" lna_uirer says:<1'1d y-A'pJaiacitiiea.. .J :: .
tom ,,or inio the hands tif Mr: s&< .by.the best rope, with at least. firejlies, '..Tli captain lad walked aftand called the mate;; 'ndenceisthe-'_ queries 1 s'> > '.:f .. I

;iun &t JacksonFllle orifr.iJ.S.Ilerbert'gthr and if the package*are heavy, siaL; R pe costs t stinger Jiad evidently,gained so much.thatin jLndil.J1lwm"'whiT. .fawa'.. .th ah 'f .: OC"eJi bythuCtato OC' .""!":., t
' GEORGE .!JJTJ"EB4' noWjlew, per pound ym''it is,wild for in"th6. ; two- noura :she would nave ...u5undebei- ,W'e'pyew\onrrcadersior dessert. .' ,.Gen..* "tiantai* Anna'swooden' '*T;. legs,,each of which.. .. .> .,
onT111e.Aug11lt271847.t : tl. J the f t nt. Wi11 joudstt1t'er3o lt is toe'identic onft which the renowned Jiexircan '
cotton 'and'is,"tJ ret 'l Bourceof profitio. ; and, after,.remarking this albud'thefpfmersald .:'J< 'I.
.Ah KOTICK : '- planter--Square'packagesJshonld beufBdbe>' guns WeH-ltlBoaronly alternitiTe; .bu}t. b*nomiBated as:,.a.candidate. .. .for.the" "tpreadeoiTilT .' -\ warribrleft beHad'hiin ba.=tiss_ rab1n ;:., (

I 'i.WEEKS .after date undersigned, ,cause cotton f the;same quality: alwaysjccjmjnands 1) .ram tctt 1i t mJrt-l ;bre tialofii**? J.'' 1dth ttM ywii, .11 j flight .from'the 1'.1i : G b.t? I

ro _win .apply tothe, Honorable theJudgeofforthe ; one-eighth to onekquarterper .jaore in -I elected abandon your i muiitari ; ; t.' a i
t)1 :
? Count ofD v&or Letters.of :.square packages than in round*. The packages"et .weuL, ,. .. ., 1 h""tt"'P': {nllthe'oBScel f. ;. ''T it+ '*,-n. n'fJ.t. .em.lb? a number. of'" fe .'aevmen. ,and. content. .:," .!
I 1atIon en the .estate1)t.AndreSl.Lo 'as!n and drjas"f ossiblethe'nue 1,1 '" ; F''fn'1r.' .Jd"e ii h.I1'"t..r..n.l'Ae III "- 3d:!Would jbu rM erve for a second term if tie 'plates iei. g steam e iiieenatle. him to.supay :. '0
uti .
F-'r 3. A.-. BARBEE.184i .;' 5 ends and'sides veil secured,'sd the cotton eotirely ; &itaiid: itis ibfothemnotto eiJ: .wlnpJew: ;1 tl -' l 'HHli 31 l) : \.-.'-4wiaiV".' ,.-.'M'U"1"P"' .j i'

i .ber 16th ;: 6! -J overed.xv ;Je are awaw that;Tound.fia the k1 01t. 'QfS-Jlt. r. 1t..DQ" :' 4u,. _"D._l ; 'i".P.F t;' '&''(Sifo' '.,.f.' r.\)_c.. r .--1"1' t'f 'f .. j.

'. :: ft8TICE". ... are lJn rer,8een,in,many 'par $ of* :."ibe'cotion, /. -. At7oercomeyoaint theirJoTe.otTl1'r ':' U )-.- "tbIfou-lir!dwbM.. '1 -"are.r those,: J priuciei?L<. t:: Who t"'t ror '. _
, SIX.wnK' af't date,:the undersigned C growing< region-/J?* jAt,,yet' : they are quite common n.1.in nd t6'do1tib&TotImtO'1oSt: : n O1rl1SW1gt: e. -' TIfl Zt= 1iJUl those )are oae wkfe 4u?jio$ ueanci _., _

1io 'pp1y.i' :'thQH- r r&bl,the'J .dgd ot Georgia,'lUlU it''is for this,s section-that?remarks ; .' .i it l idt .Cip \" ft4Th .' lt. =MA 1iicf e iiCiii ciatiDff;(tf.Vn l.n, Si, iart>Hidaeed* f t' lq pya.' '. _

.A.ior.heC ty of'DiiaIforVetted ot.d" upon".thi*branch of;Jthewbjeotwftpk. : ?*'., .., 6 matewaikedth :. ,'aDdpu Jtbjt1< i Jl d. #iiis I: publicity to tfcfi m &W apI : #
on on.the. esta.teof Sebastian&Pi0 t.ieuJar)1d"t.,1. >t it #> & i..4. e.I .c = J ,. Ue.; : ... t t.t': l".aL.1JJ.L"1 ;vii, ..".' ; -- :'I NII.n.. _. ; g.,._. .a1i1oUth.. ,
", ce3e& .To A.JJABBE&. We are not.unnnl\dt or ignorantof the fact'any 'tin, riaolied \ estdy;,.. I.em > DOwu4' -J- .;- M' r _, 1J' i$. 1.8' .i#"Ajt' ,.
.1Jttehv t,
r 10t1i,1847. ;.'fJW'i: I ;ti planters; in their seal tO)1ke1aoVtOOlitti gegave sthieksolond anpro1ngt1ateT g" -''Pn1iim'' f'i \. .i 1M", w1. 1-.ltD c'it t';'0 .".. ''" 1Q'U1l. -
: _
: .--. .'. ,,- .,. -thlnk 's1D e'of.!these:'tMiigs : ) -iotnrt' ai .the eleot, me.. :.. :" "'. :'I! ;_j<: li-iiSVi Li. vAV.KfVr _
: At" 1 49 "ii:"} ; Z >- 1t .S1 "
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.1&fYp' ft'8'1"m' t" .; asequ !'command. the1t& tatd.t} Jf oaldioitiiib. l .tit. '4 :.
t .rao $ th 0orJoh =- ll.beg t. _" ".iIt "- _> < "= '' MyUlOal $ _- ili '
JiAIII.- tit
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1r Ox ; -
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MQtd 'l .C' ni7 i"l !' aOhIiYafl'lyOI, Jf.thetbefCMUt'Wbdhd-.iIf"ud",.. ... "ee. H ''t, i .. '
toeay jfl1La .
.." "4,deceased. ,s fJ'm6''t'.'t'"t, .the'_ win satisf3TD T8ClV0S t h1'wUi J.JF 11>wtaiji I .WI-6 1fh ,;, "t : J '.., <..> W : -, .. ]
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1.... ?$. n.: ..a.ac d.: ti '"" 'bylaw' l h i : lu 4opjoiu bebl '16' '! 11'1 "iif ,! ;. ,. liiJ', .=, .,.> ., ..,'
7ilbarr4aM1 those Indebted, CMiltMm-c.u-: Ir th" '.1ti f",t" 'r t1 *Y'..t. : _" .

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{: J4dIE; :; : .N'Er; : >S" 'I.f;;',. TBE. FJLtKnnir'P.i T"--A'. ':Wu 'At. -leagth the,great: "Florida J..d .* ".ginia" '.ie.j at.._thia J.-:momsni. t.".being- purged" aad the;" ,Uveac.of 'I". 4U."" :",- .,',1 ;
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.. started in AtmlacUcoKlnr zealous aiD to aT1az 1i'oureyfS; ** :remedy TriU. u ttppliediflin' t of. the SonthirnSeihinection4 9t '.ft {p '
.; .'/1'A :.. :ri j :" ,,;' .:'"I.i :'- .,'.'''"., -- i pvfetlgable *.e > delugVlseefti .r *sa\.s *,"** : "* *j itfi jfL. iltiJIf&w.t ,
Democrats rfithat place 'P' oncemdden4T by tf sppearincefoui \I; M -' "" \
r ,, .$ .'lJACKsoNv1ttB" TOBER'vin847:;''' : 'fli'

.. ._ .-' ," -_. :._. T -c.j f__. during the preset canvssa fhe object of,whi b- tropieal suiijrhe, ';nlghtaare beccming oj.eralthough'the f. J' ;LThI7Maa shej&has i*
: as stated in .its;address, ,1ippose'the 'election beat:at'midday .is.warm. ..enough: fromithis. .source;as'any.State, in.the Union. i .'',_.}if i:oiJ' 1-'t' i"
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< of the.Whig..candidates.; ,Mr.\D' ;',tfho toezMhelect4Oiieering,,energies. of the Who- inflicted on. >er" ." -the, .curse. .:of._ :.the..__Faith.". : < .. l."E'' .' P.' i, ,'JO"-'''' .' t".,

leone of them is the editor of the Whig paper. most. enthuslastio ,candid.. .Pt.j; fie'effect. ."otth.f.4.'t"p..lv BondS.anct :corrupt, Banks'? Who but thendlfeed.'lawyers _. 1 1ri: -." ; -'-';'- '; ,

published there and conscquently,wields,in hishands .rain- $- however- ,-;still* iit .'- Travelling% is diffiA ":-> that :carried, these measuresthrough t. .Th;'A. 9 the!.O 'WAi. .

,.'. .,. m'impbrtant ilgini tb' ecu iiihi-e ? CUlt and> :tte"TOBufii'=areTxeSibJe." ;", hour, '.the Legislature? "Who contends'that .1i1&:was onl7iew3frot contained! ificef *siiiita'l.I'tfwar&1IIf.--.

Ipi? I :Lt _. _. .._,. _,c ., _.... _" _. tlon'ot himself and,his' political frieada'The: "" ade'throughrbridge l.t. fl'i t...""oUw, kU6waids. "1 r .the.property:,of, the people,of the.Sfc/if of.Flori' ? theLaPatri J bc" 'pt O'thefJmtre

ii 4r DEMOCRATIC. BARBECUE.A publishers"oOhft:!'aii k1JJ rairiOt' deemed h, leaves,the> 'disappointed:'horseman-at:the' da t iilwund'to, .:redee !J g1L 1' the : }tbaAIty. 3i4 ,\, :

1 A Barbecue. *will be* given". 'Jacksonville. ,:'by necessary.that the other: candidates U1d Ji&yd e(r tJ'i ;@ if iiiit" ni l :.Terr onal Government'..had.no right to issue 7' 'betMFritnd'thesoner ,d l ; "
lf lhef
0 T ? 4'- terms hoi
iv h the"Democrats t i 1 f.t county f ,of- Duval! ,'on!TOMORROW sone oan il gh'Which zt e1iJ i h 1db Des that there IoWdth'eiea.nda\ continrvfi'S" The_ 'same neU-paid;agents::.of- the: speculating. :tionable] kind'we, are, disposethority. ; beiH:_cfouk ot .

} 2nd otf October; at (4.tfclockj" )!; ,.. 'h, ', .'n. fJ .'' ttbt' ,'"iit" ;'"f ;l b' 'Jj.jl..s.t1d,' '-nation*:".of* S.-i'iyft'f't'r-&fri-"his... wateiprogrcssls, ''his'soleresonrce.''*' '.*''* .J'. BDlld-i. lderi... S' i;: sr' (. .' .-,, "'. .. : In noticing; 'it, :the' Deg: ItA. :!
Mvtaw. *tLi "t- :'! :
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j i f-41 at the shop' of lli B 1tBEE. All arnvit4to .in some'cases,'indecency, ,' t ."M! rl'- But 0.""\bing?.must d' ;en._" and/No- 1 -.- hiudid. ..come.- Felipw-dtizens,elect r&Bas&and,Bond Lawyers 'following remarks'fHwatog :" ': .

u i4 attend. without dIstmciion.' O party.. offending alike its friends and opponents, -during out of the ark' .), It w.,jW. *",. I, ;if'j.. .-
; J L mm '.4fl4 the last- Cong! )eSsi onaiy'canvass;-4--- '' ---T-,'precludes!Il1J Ii T $ IIFROMMEXIC' : (),." :! '< 1 11 t" will regret.it'thF f'Aro!Mtf ectou :''YotLwill \ \,its trsyannouncing Ttmpico' iCOTresponaent, public that,. on!.-S the : cnd&ftf.- y.

ws : .iFr l: 1:. TO DEMOCRATS., .the',idea:-, ...tihat. ..t"j'it'slould',De..'.tolerated' '. .'.. by it,&.pppp, ? II tW e i:have received'nothing, m.Jd'wcOsinee," 4"tff regret thatyoa awffcrrf>,foolish.party spirit [i most certainly be the result: of'the etj11Z

tI4 Before we again'meet the eyes J of.our- readerSj nents in po l't' ,. ,*.&: ".I> -.4TTheEranklinPatriot" bur'last beyond the:.rumor-which publish' toinfluenceyou against the convictions ofyour' between: Mr."Thei Trist terms and-the of the Mexican. CocJiVsioners. -

the question will have: .been:.decided'whether : iibiished by bno1eyimn" *iv" V? ": f-'f and:whiQh'ia t-iii '
ll : Duval county shall send.a:Whig.or a Democratic! the. .. pecuniary .cotitributions, OftbIcltI.zeus [ ; [.:-' the New Orleans .I'atrot.tW _do'iiotbeleve: have a)large. share,.,of all the public ico the'CaliOrnias'aidalItory other Mexfcai tent.

ti; delegation to the 'next General..Assembly. ,To of the !county 8'r S j 'ofboihfpoiuicaipartva.f: *- J l!.- 'a-word of\ :itfor, :* wecan'hevr, :suppose-: the .offices, and to. this". -.:II have, ''.objection.." ..They and ports now.occupied. by the' Ani'SEai*

1t i S.V Democrats this is a, seri us''q esto, for we Messrs.P. C. KAIN; A..T. BENNETT and SJDEN.EZEt ':'to have Authorized" must necessarily" "fill'.'all.the.judictal'and}legal forces, and that the VnitSesfljtetain1exasjwith %
a the '
peace upon 1l1 joUrndi; &
"* .
I1i t haTe.kid. the issue upon our principles and rt' are the. .publishing, i'" Committee.L, jI such condjitipns nor.do.webeliey, it wpuldever" ,; f. offices, ', and,there.is ;no objection.to,i''J: Wyeri.e era boundary including the thyofMa'We

l; ; .by them.we must stand.or fall. be 8ustainedbthe Americanp ople.; ,The conditions i elected Governor or Member Congress, ;' look upon the whole affair as a,hun{ t :

4 t Now, at'this last opportunity. we solemnly.. I:..ST. JOHNV COUNTS.We. : leafl2frodthe;, }St. therein''mentioned such the:; Mexi phrin'those: 'situations'their 'interests(are notWo trinspurentto: impose,upon the m.ce
are as
Herald The adta the United ,
that the that
.Augustine .ponimittee appointed "-'- -- -- iD' States woaldii .
1kE call upon every Democrat to' weigh .wen the 't -' 'S Dttre tO il1 ed to th'e interests of the people :But
q $ii1neither ; ;nor General. all that it has acquire&witout anyjEtfeL.reserving '
t to nominate a Democratic candidate for/Representative ,
i1c: probable either his indifference: .') -.t : ;j"-4 H C '1;) ; the State"LegislaturesitPast is ;,fircrent- 1
; quite
.consequences, is only that of which. U trlsSfejjf5full ;
.4. *J v4 -*""* ; COtt5OZ.L; rft ; "t, ; '
elected that I' ;i } : '
of St John's County had. 'i 'IE 1 '
1 .; or neglect, Jt. e.Qeshisduty r-raf,he.not only *{'Inthe;;Philadelphia.Ledger we>find a letter experience Imanstrateathat'ttris'_ _. : ?.? .unsafe ,possession. top ridiculous to obttii ends'
!. JAMES B.. } ; : r '
Democrat Col
his .but takes care.that each' ofliTfriends i zealous d'ing"' them intbe for a moment. One fact which. convince Tttf *'
Jit 4 gpsites vote !, ** *' J'J i to give an ascendancy :making of *
Palatka the office 'but that.hede.3I' from its Washington correspondent: wh seasTIit1 -: the"falsity'of: he,statement.ii-it!
hii does the.saineit h iilnmth the : COLE; for. f> 'ftxirfr .. if do humah' :iUht..kUer'co
r tf/t our laws for, we .as long;as nature
1 _1:___ :_ 1.' ____ 1..i 1.; :__ _____. eertions.. inreirard to,. veintdhwve.. ; ning the momentous}intelligence tWeI
1 \UU1\S i uu mo i>uui< uo ntu a 7- S. "".' i.i. ..'. J-, .- ; : ::, ':
i,1 : p.hetio-if h'e the hesitating--if he gruuuu vpjuvuuj. 'ri: ; 7 remains it is will interests :
tji assures ( generally beeen.found tobecorre, t,4iegadto i as they sacrifice our :Aug. 29th, rwhne by..thewa1] : ;of V ft,Cmz_
T b ..untiringly ,devotes himself to the important minority' at the. meeting- t held' forthpurjioe| the instructions to Mr. TEIST."'The' .UnioD"; to their own! *.. have news ;froni.'the .capital to.the
who' doubt but mat ,approving the .nominations. We feel.much. fit mentioning! othing"of the treaty'wh1e.a4
TJ : ; business of the' day, can jwe should .'the' Whigs of Duv l county 'you suffer your-
'judge i althbugh government organ -?
been'resen'ed the
'-vi ctory will be ours. But if there is not'a set- chagrined at theresolution which, ,IMr.*COLE; selves to be carried away by>party cry,on this for penetration oftiePktrart
these insfructibns. The
; ,is not well awarelwhat ; tcrrwpoiidenttifdE5Cover.: editors of,Ua(
that .
exert sees* proper to adopt, feeling confident ; 'S 'S 4* J i i.jXflilijtiP* Ai-x> --' '
tied determination in, ..D'CJi&t to the will
Tef1. :has occasion, and vote for lawyersyou r- sheet sn U1d hayi altered the''dat rUaelelii'1
are :but-the.Ledger rqntlyoved a
. the if apathy there is no'man in the. co ty who could command it/is Take if they.wishedit to obtain credence Y-
; 1 himself utmost by negligence or morej'correct prophet' than'' the. government- pent when ,too late: warning in ,. ':. _;,
w '- we lose a single vote who can say.but that that a .hig er vote than himself.: hardly! when time, and',vote forth. .men who you:know are r } (' ., $1'1
The Sir TUTstartd
? single vote may decide the contest,-may :elect think that he is. warranted giving so much; journal.;/wV-w Vj j"Ledger>|;says H-ji.-, that- .T .TV -;-. ; identified in'interest with yourselves! ,. i' JlnotljteT British.Outrage:onftte.Amer ntlitfrr

i consideration for Mexico he had, .no...discretionary. ,.power ,- 'he whaling barque'optnunnei f
'J the Whigs to power and. entail again upon Du- to this slight opposition to his nom- } S A F FARMER. pt.1Thtofippcan _.
fz ; ';;
He has 'had i three :series .instructions, :, arrived'"at that n, :
inasmuch ed :
t ; val county the equivocal reputation of being the illJ.tion as it was undoubtedly ,t
i fwm.the Indianceanpntjto St. 1iit
transmitted tol:him ''at:different!time:* 'Mr.BUCHANAN'S .' : ;
in East Florida by a little personal prejudice haying nothing.todo 1846 wheretlie
t e strongest Whig county : firsV instructions that S [FOR THE NEWS.] - ': : with his political repu at'on. We not were merely pf. the.-American were;8s1i'r
know .
': ; nag
I 'f'J'IJ 11'1 NOMINATIONS b1.
? Democrats of Duval; the candidates of the DEMOCRATIC:AND
: sh'ould Cat- .
he insist the cession of
the upon ,Upper. anofficer; and boas crewtr': E B.'TlCliafflur
of the but the high
opposition ** -* -U "f'
nature '
-; ? ?* x* -1' 1 1 -
; r : opposite party have been indefatigable in the CONTRASTED.: : The articuIar 'related
of ifornia and New.Mexico for a reasonable indem- S Styx. p a by P. hj- ,
the committ e.is 4
$; canvass,.and have not lefta: stone unturned nominating proof positive :riity. ,1'' '.' The difference in .thetmanner nominating Ha'iL; the officer Jn command,of -the''Alaericyi

.r' 'Which could conduce to their favor.' Fluent of to us that it was unworthY'' the'considerar. H f candidates General' : .vessel .af that :lime, and,.corroborat i by t
their for the by '
The second. instructions sent. .out. .insisted, on Assembly, :!
I : and' of address they have had a tion of Mr. COLE. \ 'S ." ': 1 'protesto1CapLThto: are ;as f 11O* Up
S tongue easy Uppetand LqwerCalifornia.onthe grot d,that'the the Democratic ,and Whig parties ,ofDuval"county ; 'the arrival,'of,the JPopmunner at'!( 1ret
We that
.learn. since resignation of Mr. ,
t ,,., : seeming advantage over.ourf: own, who do not latter contained some military positions and ,and the difference in the motives by .Capt..Til and hia 4.firat ocert" :i
: the brilliancy expression nor the 'the cbmnund
possess power harbors which might 'be"improved.our ad.vantage. which they"are resp tively actw.te Pin pre- leaving .jressetunder ::
[T: of insinuation which has been 'acquired by along ,LOlLING have ffered themselves in opposition} to U ? themselves before the peoplevfor their Hall, the.'second, officer!. Several crtle a;
: ., ""S: senting
practice of the iaw. one another for.the office of RepJ iethiative.- were also on shore for ,medic r .iii} &nf.hi.

.1rI S i I They are well ,known,to be 'Democrats The third instructions contained a sliding scale suffrages, are beautiful. illustrations .of the 'them .a.boateteerer n named ,Edward .Mitib ..
Thus have they been.enabled to make a more of the two '. native of ..1.ork. AS
1jJ'pii .' Id Mr. TIUSTI, particularly in regard to the sum nincipfes parties.. : tw appea'yths4.
and the contest will be .
a.severe one.
I r .II brilliant personal display S than the Democratic ..to'be paid to. Mexico as an.'indemnity, They.are It is a.well, known..f'c'? that. the>o call 4] paper luhad: been shipped"af.er by the (,:.; \I Ii
l sui.at Fuyal. Shortly the. dejar&feft
4' candidates but whether this'will: ''be to them'ol CAPTAIN.LIVINGSTON ., ) l a'i' i'i!? * letter
;--By a received 'be
S I .supposed to less fayprabjeto! Mexico, Whig candidates for this county, are nor the pt.Tiltpn,a boats'crewrfrom"he'Btjx H&-

S any advantage remains to be shown by the re- 'in this p1a ewe: learn'that c .pt. LIVINGSTON'S '. preceding onesbut,: as they have been,capi- candidates of the Whig party; for the party the,command of a British'officer: trm d' db

L' .t'' .. suit of the polls. A sturdy.honest: independence company of .FloritiV;Volunteers left.Pensacola tured by the guerrillas is'possible' that they had about as much to do Trith 'their 'selection. unifonn, and uccpinpanied by Jlarsh, tte'ioat.steereribpyen.tad .

'b of character a firm reliance the in the steamer Ann Chase or'Yem "-'.- -..-- came_ alongside .'.
.upon Cruz.Iiey : not have been communicated MrT&isrS
;imay- < i< n, *to i: -. j* i'f<- and Q rnin tion-asthe, : good people of the Celestial Munnet.when the officer came on decVtail ill.
I'' A' principles of Democracy, and a true regard for : were accompanied by General P AT1ERSON'and in time. .At any,rate.wetrustformore favorable Empire., We venture'to'say, that four ted.to.Mr.: Hall' that' Marsh ho 'siipwd'iaboard .
1; t.Li the interests of the people,, hasbeen, the sole staff, arid'Major POLK; '
: S terms than"National" would give us. fifths of the party were not 'not: consulted, H.M.;6teamer Styx ; demanapl bite;
b1 : recommendation of our canvassers.. With an h. ., only clothes and bedding: .Mr Halt dcclinetbcti.

S intelligent and thinking community, these solid .Notwithstanding that the Whigs ,1 NASSAU COUNTY. We learn that Mtt;HARDEE but were, _even ignorant of the names of the ply with'thelrequest, stating that ttie vessel Ead
."' carried six 5' men until they were announced.: The nominations been left in his cha ,..and'that''he -could'fiiT
Kentucky out 't ten ofth Con. '
: rge
should be estimated.: Let
# qualities duly: : every (Dem.) opposes Mr. E. D. < .
,S gressional districts the official vote.'declares are.made j but it is yet to be.seen whether consent to haye,2n.h g.t ken from" ,her wiiSpufi.an -|
; r Democrat see therefore' ,that .no one is blinded Whig[( ) in this county .for'Senatorl Mr. WM..WINGATE : order; irom .CapCTilton.. Th Bzid4\
''r .- by the professional.talents*T or the,opposite can the important fact that the Democrats had a :, (( .)and Mr.JOSEPH HIGGINBOTHAM, Lhe'independent.'Whigs of Duyal :county" ofiicerthen'ofder d'JW at's 4 ere"t4mnt.tJ1bo
suffer themselves to be drilled'into,.hieasurest ,
majority seventeen. The vote standsr59,266 the Pi Tniet ompaitM bjMarb
didates. (Whig! ,) candidates.for the Houses' :It is ap- > ,
S -S s- ; Democrat, to'59,249' Whig.. If the native State. and submit to the process of having men foceddowntheir.tth'oatsjno1en.c wh n--tlle.bmce rand.,M ishnt'biio' 'lo .
Let no Democrat split his ticket This is.the : ..prehended, there* will be a close' contst'butwe, possession.of.'the : lo hes'wd ',beddii'whicthey
S lr V ll* "If f \* nolens as Gen.Taylor
is f
5'4 4 : most essential thing.to;be :remembered. The : ofCuy.- dubious in its, support Whiggery" I, believe from all that we can gather, .that,:the placed'in'the boa -and lemming vtikkto

i Demo party has always'conquered by reason -,, what. must.be :thought
1 with a'Whig representative. ..'. ", .. -. c -l ciple self aggrandizement and that men.are: protested to the bst'ag-.nst these 'proceedi'Pt
fits If do '
unity; we not preserye'the most ::4 '
SMITHSONIAN lNS.TixTrrE.-7-The, .".Li made to be,g governed J by a'set 'who look'upohelectioiis j&lfonhwit; r P9rl d! iC 10 th $
; "
p k'S rigid unity; we may. be defeated.. If any Demo DEATH OF MR. ,P.tiiz'gretto OINDEXV World," publish -'at .New>York'City announce -. i 'by the people as a farcej'a'mere fofni-, qu t ,(,who..iuinie iatey"tenteredlprotest ilibI'
crat shall ha.ve.a personal prejudice to anyone learn < -j before the 0..S.Consul *&& '1le1e ,
; from; the Virginia papers,,.the athOrlt tiv ly the publici1tlo,.. y the.Smithsonian -. adopted law, and at.which.the Ypfersare".elpected : -. this
the ticket rl'-f Against flagrant qutr.ige,aepraigthedetriment -
.l t. him, sacrifice.that prejudice '
on i iJ.
death of Mr. PARKE POINDEXTEB!*of Chesterfield Institute ota work on'; Archie-
,- +.*.. f .. *_ J 'J jtji r '.*' iology to throw up their caps shout and pass'tickets'ttiwugh that must,'in consequence malt
., .and esteem the good of the many' paramount toIL J county' ,'Va.' which- took place, ,on" th \22d. 'ult'Mr.PoiNpEXTERhad "., ,- which f will-.be the:first Memoir in the' :their fingers into'the ballot,boas ;' to-the voyage*from the loss of th eA jsepices cfrtitboutateerer
.1. -''-'GI .tuJ'
% J. his private feeling. One single split ticket, deposited served. as Clerk. .of the.county lee"Smithsonian" Contributions''to knowledge_', directed by their.precipus'guardians.: .(CSiri: at a time when-several.of the::mvwererednced
: : j' by Democr defeat,the election :' ri.' 'li"1 ** 1- '--"S-, by.sicknwa. )Veilearnthariifacts ;
i1! may,
S or of the superior.Court ever since the.year 'rhcrwor is the, result of. the labors..01 rr. it be. that c ndiIate1thussel'ed
of a Democratic candidate Preserve the strictest ; S '** 't ; T expected ,. have been officially, communicated|9 til
T' 1 union'and' be victorious. .1797, "a.period of;fifty years; F.vS._ SQUIER and->-Dr.--* E.': H. !-.'nd:1: t _
we.shallwidcnibtedly '
S Mr.. POINDEXTER ,visited ,Eaa. '-Florida. .,.,.last. contains an account of their investigations w/shes"of./ the.: people(in the. policy. which they. a prompt investigation wd.tion .' ,
S f S S f inter'foi'4he.beieftof', ,health-arid[ .his, the opening and'ex minatio 1" of over two'hundred -; I may adopt- in! ihe i eneral> 1" rr.ither' 1 .will >be demanded, bythe-.protqy1'
I 1 Every Democratshould'feel a personal interest -. :11 .Assembly.\ -'R ties.-Werp Bedford MercuryiTh'e.following '. .
i death will be
lamented Idti'mounds .
by.many whom his kind scattered throdghout the
will :
,. .. they not act in'accbrdancftwitli.opinions .. .
j f -"- % *f *b---)r> *- >- ; .
S in the election,'and should.remem r' that .a dgentlemanlyinannels. had\i de his. friends \valley of the,)ssissippLj ,,Many curipus*discoveries which they entertain and whichjUeyopenly :;. "
I his exertions be -i----. -5' J-iiS f t 4 >tflllMAINE. Wtt
::4. own may perhaps causeofa have been made, calculated to,4hrow'th :thatl !' the ,. speculations in regard; '
our success. He should not:leave to .01 S 5: : : S aypw hen'eTeciedjthey are chances of afTreaty & l. I
anything ,, l thapprpachMg iCongress&carefromthe
'! tight the and r.ii
early religion .
\ upon j"antl substituted in'tie jhace;
of .
I ;* Ifatfdonbtfuf' we have" '*- representatives; ,
; be done by his neighbor. vote Truly gined 1'a nnbblo'yictory" i in i r' 1' ** < f-- penotme41P
iVA re i- -' .Aborigines. ,, ,,,, and. the work will consequently: the people and that:therefore iheyarc44 .
can be secured,let'him secure it himself. If an Maine LTheJemocracYt of this State have hurled -, f- -> ---i >a vitt.Vi* t,;;i' 't'" : con- ton CorreSpondent Philadelpbi& Lt4p':
welcomed, .lover of.,4niricanhi.
by "
L ; electioneering story-is afloat,>he must ,himself aside the odious contract'with:Abolitionism, every: ?f : :suit:theirowvishes arid pinlonsalone. ,Ji J 3 'The only climoultythat\ 1 rt1 Mt.irrcm
tory. fr- ,<: .
, -.,hunt the author and prevent7 its and have]by theirbwn defeated : ; Welliit is. that their OOnjUueijhave'8Oine'checlupon ; the'WibaiQt Proviso meniii'the S R. up' ,. '' having an. strength, every; ff.1 .F----I J"t;. ;} : .-- 1"- .. ..,: '
IiIT injurious'effect. He must. feel'tJ that it'is.not. for, combinatIon jif'%higgery.! e/hitye/ earned' *v : -' f FOIt THE* NES.1 'InX An? them,in tbe'pbabilitoftheirl. ( purpose the .JreSident'wi11'. to**"-
the:Senate *>$
11 Pi4[ persons we are contending but for principles.- ALL the;Congressional districts.,, .Not-.-,single TO-I' THE; .11'''VOTERS H" ti.. h"r OF?DUVAL'COUNTY' 'ing again"candidates;;'but-i, 'J it'lill t1iil avail ,tion vcne,ofjthe. treatyf ithtdtily'aftetb by the.Mexican CongJorder 1i ,.

ir ,,He must remember,the ruin that the\Yhig Legislatures Whig member:has been returned;by the sturdy ,n 'l.:.' 11t:! .q! i ,,., i! t. '( i'It,'L .iI after the mischief, done :A'ir3: moreover, that thmayc f'solely' in th'orrivrtft El--
of.the Fellow .' wilisuch'CandidatesnotJthink ..thlxt,1gulled *-" -- ; wkT nt wr l h 4 *:I.rt* <1fl* AMJMltfl t1politicilmovemedta '
entailed Democracy Star 'ofthe-East. DANA Citizen he el :' g-
_ _ S ?, upon the Territory. Let him -r ?cUonis approaching, ,
l'take care thatJ' ho Whig Legislaturelshill' ever ,the Democratic.candidate for Governor,is also das: in my opinion, :it is'an.important'one, ;I the voters once, they can do it again and tter '''-' iM'.otthe"da"o.thi .'or-all'IThe cp1isthat i'-o..

opt_ -' ruin, the.' .State.. /Whig'JegUJaturefastened[ Elected'",.'The Senate'and House are both'Democratic. -! ;will. take.thejjubjectin lUierty" ; rr d ieSsingt'o on the't. tliati}Ji! .# drill':'and'gagthem into'* lob'edi- wlIJ4obtauie foz 'the't Ut.mij1t1 o!.
< .
t upon us the Faith Bonds. Will you .permit a 5-;>-S 'S'i. In this House jii l 'i {J:*ijie**. if f Democrats-*"! .j i.--- 'h'ave'el-,,'r'5eted39jthernbers ;S ..a few.... "tMi\J. ,4.-;1as....Ji':4t_"'* '*''Itj' '*":.',!"': .. ence. .. .. 'V.whenever, -.. they, j, <-think, j';j proper f ,,(,
lltt ; Whig Legislature'to.'force. your immediate payment6fthemf ,':and the ,Whigs r sjy; .:50' I am sorry ,to 'see on the L-yhig .ticket_ V,thenames induce,* '.,the,'belief f--,.*that: .'an..hon'- .-- -- ,.:atfd t. mi'1116nswilliico'immediatelyfter. allpwbabmtyroe pai\ *v **--
v. f *
ratificaiidn "
-" ''4-' -.r.J' "-:'J' ", *..* districts yet to be h'eard from,to;:increase.the: of two ,lawyers torrepresent in theconvincedibyr straight: < n "forward, service' of their. constituents.' isAiWTiiootfWtiri'tfiAIW ,.ifealy bytfieir Congr, the rM" **.. S' Jtfr :
We e have only t4sayrniielusion)rememberS majority: 'On?the'vote for.Governor1 the'Dem- :,Legislature 1 n&thw:. -.'.; 'luv, pesonally., 'Itny. .Obujecti&n .-:;. ; .fVirtnnViftr'KiifWaf f .they fillVA Qur,Senate wilisc eljo'i r' inCC'

all that you.may rigk.by'the loss.otoneTote.- ':-'DaVQ1''_ 'ii. d'ovJ- iti ;"300.
I .Unity has always borne the Democratic party tovictory. ;The.Portland Argus says:, !f'l.11 i long experience;,that few.or .no:: e eationofthemsdye tojotherand. .higher, ,office -. practiail'applicationin" / ,.a' conhyfr17and .
1'a1Iy.uidW'lor"'U the
: _J '.''.TheFederalists -1n ,' .1---l-Ii-a jil* tJllii'.V a'j ;. '-'if uch1be the fact: 'do they not,aiowit m ; ;; trial.of. 1E
If why
we are niy'unit1: ve'shall'be vic.ir'tV -, S. pliccdL-tbejr issues on the w1e ghtt: ou ; ti : 'iaorifie1notey;'terrifbrft; oti

:i1i : "S to., ne-'- t. ., 81.t.U----1,..YIr i -L.t, j".1' ,1'-' s.iiA'FEWiQtJESTIONS "- war,'and'thobad.: cOnductoftho AdrainUtration t) 'If'11 Eviyinan'of'commou of sense"" arid'ob.v'is' L-. t; an'd:.oifiiinihe;'Wshesp'f thp1&ontsulUect : ? ,:: Dt.81la.. the,lives, of our'*' ;.CItizens. tmextabstratfoi.

..c4R(1( ._ .., and the people have;:ansrcered lit We::shall:see! 1sorvationow, ; 1 : -4: t sJf b. H l t mt8Jri itr.Jil : ? DJJ utntb4f&l: : givig 1too' "<'Such a;'course'.would."lie i!;suicTdi
:! J -S-;: .J however, our Federal ,brethren ieekg'foralisorts ; < .... :.f k. 5.. .. ... .,. .. .tfl : .
; '.O. CANDID,VOTERS. of reasons to'evade the force of this de-. ;' iiance.with the interests of tiikpepple,iaygeinvests i, much importance.to thejlatter.f They ;wish toby to themand. to the country, andiay6lTe' 'botSi*

t.,:.., Did'the 'p 'i t'a 1 'in th; \ominn cip.n'. 'oj :Dd t"t tp fse'iJ 1viUri teh :: obaln'theirprdm6tion meais'tof!;.thoj.sime"jwrjw disgrace. and jidiculew: :" 'I
,: .. ...r ;: % ;'ft. : tr t\1 ;;'Z f b i"i" """' .. 'I
j'W."I I." i This is the &' :'Thfi'ri tumS'r :w'jlfrom': .who x' robtained their "
; .ttioD..ofth ao.ail4Whig 1ickt I, : ". d. truly a victeryWetrust :Demo- .. Injrefereiceto& J they Cor.i11a'm tCol.' .JVem ,
A' rit.
l # < -
I >JII Vl k' "* >jV (; /t"Ts '
.4 !tl. --/5 Were the nominations of the ao.calIediYhi: 'crats of Florida: will not show themselves S. 5''r'Hack-. .,-iiatnre.an<'.(_t, ij>rtiJ4r way9im''' ; if"Q'.4. <:plainly. Vtf.'t"** V tiei1terNt J. 'J :nominations.in: the first place "It.. t". "t '.\ : :, .t,. i '. fir xh'." ';. Loanswertaastat :tJu'C.

::4 ticket made with a' view-to the public good/or 'wardin. folloingheexampie t JtourcandItheegaturowiltstand1tuly : :( A h/peop1e toiJavthe_,l'aplamI3 *: 'T t"itb''theabov4hO,,, < position l Lofjthe'ifth1 ',. rn( 'the t. !

,t to private benefit? i idateSjitfpr ;; br.their l nd1; tel1lp l. lSlf tK tl'th ir1'in dng-arid' i idatea's 1TheT re :sele (
... geffeciiye *"' ... r can that he had prefecbaigeeagab5L
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"f', !Democratic,'principlesj tlw eineedi r not fearthft"reSUlt' ,tentcpuld.be6M r".i'(1ri"iM\ e fI'mnes ct'ff"J .t..1p' D.. ...., e themselvesi ; .
t4 L.t, Why; waiCOt.L. .c "a.t. }, "J1eSt'w,. .. ,n S '* sr" .< "rt.V rtti i "o., ... ,. :J '''IMij \. ., '. .-rJ.t | \.i'-:1-'W 1 t 1rtj .1.-.r. "fff': :iFre,no. "'wid.. :ask. drorl. J'1i. tw t1e1irt
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j W?- p r,, t.1th .WJ g party,in.Eas t i'a..4'S_ .... '-'I ....h:'..j',_,....>.,.. .'H..':., .h'__'HFJ1.,. -S_ ,. n ,1 J jI ;o j eJn l tJ41 at: !gatesan4tbe 4 i wshes;p rc'v, y pf".l'. ., .;:g ,,the. ,character. fr2ofjnitewahin or -%'eJ -,"'
.. : .., 'Hl1P..f.,. j the laws should obscure and unintelligible were tn ultedrbeto1'6' the ndmn4ionser& '-: "' .JJ. -.t"
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icati ..'.v. .c..eV .m..di".f... i .:.j r.T"-.e. ioyou..their : I -: J h'4.nhh1 ,f .r-r- i% 'br L ",-., -' ttjS, "-1hg ex 4 l4F"f montandhhe n&t becoinV hIprOiLtOY1rai
ting i;*inunigtfationt: I itsS territories/-/ r i : Y ety7ith :lionone bun k 1 t ueoiiniib : send i1 1iir1"ij i g ... political p DiOIl?,;'.:.J:6 ijr m'i 3 ./:. S.- } J W-4"!"< 1oi. .( !
.,,; .: ". ; which we shouldbe, 'glad Jt9.see-imitated J inWi. *. ntete.sta ent litWs c eve i ooecVtuii ; the'1t&t ftiufUm; : ;;h T' i stbInLby 'Others, PJJi'ie;

ri ,.{N',;laT. -the9ot' .., \.' t"he.t... ,iO'u'with., ., """ ." DS dioui', 'own::tnj St'( 'r(.r. 'hVlovernmenloffmlio Bettienf'' .1. t1ict t 't fi r ttri -;WvnteMet AW t1i f:b1 t'1i d'a7ehi tJ t .thesnpposed?!?itere'switn P49 J

.aducemen .'qt... pna1advant_ .bitapon in offai( li1*V*"* "*A iJcrr.er] : = ; f"-f they:> roc /'attheIrata4Tbeta1ihica. Bame.tiffle xpreaibelief ( .
: hijilc haye ; their 1 ii1r?i
t I.their"" '-expected' accessioii to poweriLDo : ; "that'. !" "on, t.the:..-";.priBcpLpferument ".-l..A"bWf 'Gbi; .t i ,i1k, n ot.their. rithjlftfld skwg:,%:'eottr>:
tiu1jt' 'i ted.for rion-payment taxes,.sfindjno..payment,. ) theyoiigbtto iaYe ;rep'csi4aUo1' in"bL1Ua good faith 'and theatorettjosomjofi : 1 have asked fbr t"

not the nominations on this ticket appear: .i 5' Te jttiridjof: D.,, 'The" 'dit tu "ii'proofvVi2itHi th }Iiegist ti. 'lTh1t tIidmit,1 ; .'t "C 1 til m l it at q dedI-to, be'.a"real,.: 4iotajUff
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v, 9r:,., "fi,9EP..PUt "i v itJ .to bccn decareval1lz ..tbeSnrene Couof'thatSte.(1 J. "f -.h '' .' ; 41p' .r.1.H\.J.\l 'l' -!. **'--' p'i': .'$' T .'f., .0'-x-rtr- 't fsought 1: ,au., PJJ -' Ttr.'.en-" 1.i" n _.: _;
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fJ.: '' 1t morotihan. :.a4t1Jf.. enta nt..uU1', 1 e ; : fJ1 I to. III UDputcu atIJl remauL" ..
::. i,. .:il thepubbc..N.r11t' .,"- w j,* ,i 'i' ft.. iN; '1 ,'u 't < ( ffl j.- .+ "' _" ". ?
: ':> -,:t.r: ,cjj 101li.'-Po1iti .""belief;l0d'ppis f ? S i,1.3' f' a: ; copzted'tbst'theQugfl&to: ,..imutil(.a halfS S ;and:have only:vieldeth6lrCoiaent_ '|o run*at "....ll"M.- .,. .. .. \J. 'f ..rl.dt

.::S,:., < ; ; ; 1!' ". J. ._.neLor.Lupon iJt:. booif- Q .;; 'J Jf n Zi v.n2T: off, .tAii ljYJr'.t. 16416101Jtff H-J ),' _" ,lait,1t'ibo'well* ex re2JSed.1' : f o(thetjeopladeaireto. "' .tr...f.so -- -J
.. :0 princtiles. V :* :. 4.fij ..Unds,which. ,caa bo .donated,.by. ,the. State. nti ; ? Jfmih 7 t l lf ttrl l i'r.reh (tLae1r,1jc4 ;ownseneofddt" U H1' :INIq"W 4 -, iJ.t. :. nt hi l f gh a t fj f tha.=
.:'?::'.: :oJ JjMSIlSJin J lijCS. t. 1i. the'; V laws ij"1 in: relatloritheieto.* f"J .y r,' I "s ; ,? 4- ,, '\} l r i U' Ut t 1.01. 4.t'4: .,. lii. .tt ,UJ ... r"i' 1t"f I deiwere e nQt.h ..hoP., _
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;.. .'! 3.Jtel f ,H a Xiinsta ac te ,'iplceptlfor lhe S '0 tf \" ; ,'' ''H' : ,. .'" H ''.' ioI."r- ... t. le-ttet-ot" rI&
.; .' f : II 'There is many a tract of ndwlthln'the OI- t -a i3J. ri11nJDoat of-taeir'abiUUes.f rbnisucM menwe' .ha. v.,4fZ'r ., ih ." 3' t a.\hf1i 1a ',
.' ::' jr". antemts otth rpeOpleatoaHf1: foI.l, it3-0f our Stitd"hlclr it hia )ee h't '.r-.i" i4 toeeUlem f t'tii.St <1' viO fQ luih ".'! m"U! :;' a ldUIhg';: 'mth'e figAtif i nc d M di mitth..!:' .
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; i.t..i '. .1..rH' '' .ift nnaaingle .I -ti\.1 ,n8.:. eseuuwes'al't( : S.oa'afthqDeii1 -
'.,. ';'., ..* .JUDn..q,, r\,Jf1511.. ,WI'".,. ,r.-1:1.'I. JI/O"..., .'tft t' .. .bidderv.f.JY.bJjmnU QWb.t. teO t d' ": :; >1jii; ;l'1.l.fa; .t t'' r! U1 5 iiih 1" "1 ;)t \ a'.a-1Wf 1 'U ';' '. I "."
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plc's.tlcket. after, '" ii AWfe" !l2RR* ?*'' ''t' :
t. .hnis.' The Tg1aturcao91aryian "VIr-. .k'Poa ..O to their own, if there be a ,K e-Jo : fft''1 i

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TWsniBer -from Cherbourg Aug. pf Ihis fipringfieldtia'the'3qtk" th apW Ai'iS M h rd .- p.Itedg wriot S itP i :
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of Jthe deleTt from there has beW d cratic'nellidaTof .
ult. a .largeiumber a ( c> ; :
York Thursday } : ( ;
'T1ci NeV on nd rTnmiiuitfid Gen,Taylor. 16 representatiyes making difference of 32 in
.4ELondou breadstuff were.low- gates ueia u meeting* U ; a I? Jr'&n iii' -, PIdietk Ootty '
for the Presidency. They, also recommend to : COL. JOHNOAB. .
and Ireland ia thbse friendly to. his dection in tKe State,*to, gain also of 5 senators. .The last House' com *
'D'1.L rop ia England, nominate ah electbrineach to be run on prised J2l Whigs, 63:'Democrats,:and: 11 itolitlonists. t i ..'

the Taylor ,A:number./spirited speeches ." The Senate stood 23,whigs to 7 detnorats. : I GEN.;CHARLES BYRNEJ- *
delivered the
.Th ministers tare were niade portraying the qualities, both. .; .Theret Is'a14 feUing off ofthe popu.laryOthid i :DARLING.CPRESCOTlL| : i !
injaris. to the ba *
of flour: ; "> **
: France. of head and hearts of **01d Bough and Ready yeta*Od rab1e c rnrativegsliOThedeocatj For Clerk Grant '1

*$1.rh&ps too throughout had a terrible tragedy) and heaping reason upon reason why the people ,' : yt -. 'i '1 1i''E2' casteto satisfy an exeeitiojij 1IOtGO J4 ,. "- .' .' f
jjJiSsUtts have '
should support him 'aicozieeoi.ct BankCo: :: TRO&i4DWITH. : .
' Praslin bjiher husband irrespective'of, : z Aliessor :
fcMjiMrds er Duchess committed suicide prison.AesfVdS .-, for President Hon.Cyrus Edwards presided. Important DeciThejI L CANOyA.4.r s 44rs .. Ang277.1S47E4% i-. .: 1

% a daughter of Marshal Sebasr the'prEsent inoith' (September) tastotiees t; A1&1..' :. ;a'.' .', '.LO&J.fcJiI 7' aZ, __,tt ,. ,
, in The Cane Attataptu. .-The PlantersVBanner of several important cases, decided by the Massachusetts ? ;
lie murder was commiUed conse- ofthe 9ih inst says:-"The weather during 'Supreme;Court,' In reference d the j L' .' i.4' 4 1' 4rirtne ofAwrit ofPierPse 1u oUt hI.L
;jft1ie duchess having reproached the last week has been rather warm, with frequent phraseology of a notarial Hotta of&aiestKtfc r: Tt.K ) of the Esatern Cirthiit f ,the : : '

jfor his connection with a governess The, showers. Many of our planters are, afraid ,The' practice'generally; ;i sustained ,by thft Zuii' !' :;L, OFEE flfl' County of Davaljlwm expose to public Sti !fc :" ': .. '

4 done at midnight, with a dagger.connived the cane will be injured by the wet rireatber. State Courts;and finally by the Supreme Court ; 1 rot- Coroner, -' .' r; front of the Court House in.the city of Jaciaenville '

met 13 charged with having We fear it will be watery.and late in ripening of the United.Ctates, requires simply a not.iceto' S -t WALTERrKDPP.T -: >- in the said County,w-U e first Jfoadayrf '

fithde. with We regret to learn that, the frequent parties interested, combining the date,'forrn November, A. D. .1847,between the legal hear* "

$_, the queen is on worseterms not- seen changes in theweather, .have caused much sick &o; but the:Massachusetts;:Courts go further. ;L .:' DAVID' LPALME'ft t'JOHN of sale oa that day/aU that certain Lot and raS *- *-

,InsbJii'I than. ever. They have ness throughout the parish. The whites in and require' that the:holders.of a dishonored, S..SLMMlS! 'a eel of Land, 'situated, lying and,being'!ia th W.

?cler for month violent symptoms ofF some sections of the parish' have been much afflicted bill shall notify an endorser that payment has v ,JOa A. .BARBEE, .. Town Jacksbnville.. in Duval Co'unty, k Tn '
, Portugal there are countryjJTirorseoff with bilious and intermittent fevers.. been duly demanded.', So entirely ia;this now the l'F?* THOMASISUABSZ. afldbedonbc1aporplotofNidrown' I i-
liffoutbreik F in which event the and French The season has been so wet and warm, that we view taken by the Courts of that State,that the ; 'as water Lot,number nine ((9) and boujdj4jj 1'
British '
than before are not surprised at this." rule is general.with Boston -Notaries |b ,insert' Whiff the North, by Bay; treet on the Sbuthfl : J .

, = ,. _.. ,. 'JtiTer8tJobn'eontheEasbywatiiiijtn-. :
rence. these "words in their notices of protested ti i-- ;h -- *s- 1iL -- ; :.
paper '
torivil w. J roa SUVAL cotnmr. her the West li '
preparing eight and
was ((8)) en M
S-The trouble/in the Papal States appear The New York Courier and Enquirer of the :; ?? *. : ... "' -" betten(100 and! alsbftiieJWnL.. : .. 1 tJ
A more serious,aspect. The Ausg 6th nit, contains an article full of wrath against Jtfem Fact,in.ffirfory.T-An;.Ohio j editor, ,says : "* For&nato? merly.knbwn as Mason's.wharf being the. H p".

till, occupy Ferr-ira, and the reseat the "Young Democratic Whigs," for their nom that he knew Shakspeare when he lived in Pennsylvania premises now used and occupied byerIZIde

.; tooops the of the Roman government is ination of H. Clay as a candidate for the Presi ,'and that his name was not Shakspeare .v. .., ',", >For' gc Bisbeej'as Stores and Whir 'Take'Ij4 .
a Q'V 'f f Representatives.18 t t ;
: ea rather than yield to the Aus. dency. It says this sudden zeal'for Mr. Clay hfl-t-$ Wm. Speare-that he afterwards moved,into CoL.J.-B. .LANCASTER. cutiouj and.will be sold as tha property of th '
from no friendship from him but it isa the State of Michigan caught the .fever and 'vtMtrf- %
springs ; ) ARCHIBALD COLIaN& late Jam .Bt Mason, eas.edv at,tEe.tiaie.-cf .
extraordinary session of the part of.a scheme of the Greely-Whigs to crowd ague, and was ever afterwards nick-named the suit .
hk4eatl-at Bartheloir&Massey *, ;
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For Clerk Circuit w
Gen. off the track.Anagram.Twoletters .
convoked. Taylor SIUKEpeare.
, b* 1 *v Timothy WigTitran Adn nistrafbr'of.the saI&
i f!- reported tlut there had been a gene- .} .. .. 'f., : : / -OSCARHARTPor' / > James B.Mason,.deceased., 4c; .
S t the English at Canton.ai in the word "Richard Parker Pillsbury,sii abolitionist thet Gar p.. ; Sk / ,

i RBBZ of England has been more liberal Cobden, M. P.. for Stockport," form the following rison school, calls the U.,S. government' coramuuion "WM.'fl.' G..SAIflDERS., 24th 1647. -' '
September ; ::: 1"
. rjjjjoaats i e although it is in some perplex- remarkable sentences: of organized pirates,,for,?.whose utter f"j-' For Tax',,>Assessor.1 and** *Collector* % f f i 'b -. : : '. I. -I

a*the bills which can safely be taken. The champion of free trade extermination every ci'rilhied.nation on the HARDY ,HtPHILIPS. .. The ;aboye epeeifi'ed' property: adTertijed[for1 -
:. nUof the English elections completed, The poor man's best friend! globe should feel bound to labor.? vi '- PoC6rflZ Sale the'first Mondayof NoTember-, sold: T* !

ibita Liberals 231, Peelites 91, Proiection- Cheap corn and bread '' ii.-i MP. i tlmt *i'-; .'; '- ISAAC'BUSHr11. ;- according to Law by Administrator 'oil tie 'K F.

1 : riving a total of 507.iTewilssent Taking Luxuries.-Five .young gentlemen j *"S j r. Estate;'purchased' byme at Hs"full "Taiue in .--
the corn crops of Europe The New Orleans Commercial Times ofthe were introduced to the police court at Boston ,, ,For County Commissioners.F.BETHUNE December A. Til 184t .n&/paid for md I Bare'"
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gtbufl&.Lflt in quantity and excelien quality. 17th ult says-The, list of 'interments during recently for smoking in the streets. They were been:in peaceable posession 'ever, since..,, The
disease seems to havedisap- the 48 hours ending at 9 a. m.yesterday, exhibits fined 2 and costs each. Why7don'tthey; : Une R EVELETH; '
lebe potatoe it public are hereby informed.that it will cost ttie '
a total of 181, of which 52 were yellow fever. the Boston papers? They puffmost inordinate % Purchaser. a suit to get possession.U .- '
and Besides these there 11 interments in the JAMES McCORMICEl, --r; -' .
of foai were every where falling- were ,13. : ; taDPERNANDEZ. '
faring people were regaining conndence Lafayette Cemetery, within the 24 hours, ending '' I'

blfare4nI coarage to resume wor*. yesterday at noon, of which 7 were yellow State of Religion. -A. correspondent of the .; 'L 8CC1EDCI.E.' ji S. Marshal's Sale. 1

paon d failures in London, Liverpool, and fever. Providence (R: 1)) Journal, in a neighboringtown Fromi and.;afterithi8.date, the arrivals:and .IDT virtues of a writ ofFieri Facias, issued ,j' i
St hid increased the consternation gives the following rather unpromising departures of the mails will beas follows: ;JL> 'out of the'United States District, Court'for.the .' '

.. bainess zaaa : and as the losses on the The Selma (Ala.) Reporter has an excellent nccount'Df, the occupations of araihy'Sunday in The Northern mails will arrive on Sundayfif Northern District of Florida whereirfJosiali'GatesisPlaiitiff .

i of grain aal flour wens Uswy to be in- southern article on the Wilmot Proviso. It says: the- country. His letter is dated*the 12th ult: iWednesday's"at Q i clock-p. KL, ,and'close 'and CorneKus' Tayloi'-TDefeodantr

1by the wnanaei do-vtic.rI tendency fc We have done enough for party-now it is '' "It his been a stormy day, and the meeting. onTuesday's and Friday'at4clockM. -* have' levied npdn and shall tea *

.i bars Jig ap o;' .hese .ailing houses wa.l.tmJtC time to do something I'or our country.' Pregnant house has not been opened Most of the members ThaWestern and Southern mailsfwill arrive the first Monday;in" November next 'between-
admission this t But it is the at7o'clock r.:M ;
ILAS truS. right way ofthe society* bave been out'shooting piqponsorfiringata on Tuesday's and JMdayVj thehbtirsoftenarjn. opx&oftbit"
for southern men to talk. rnarK One ofthe elders and'close on Sunday's and Wednesday's,;at 4 day, expose public: sale, in front oftite Court''

hns been forking out his tax,'I supposejas T o'clock, P. M. JOHN M. PONS,-P.M. House iri' the 'City;'of''Jacksonville t. ;All ttheArigh '

THE FOREIGN NEWS.tb The Duty of a Soldier.-The Union, noticing noticed him mending the toad in front'of his Jacksonville. July SOffc, 1847.Passengers. ,'title and interi t,"which the'said Corneli* '

in the Franco Americans som? inter- reports of Generals Taylor and Scott intending house." ios Taylor had ojj the 10th of Majr 1843J in and> -
the steam- to resign, says-" \Vliei her any general, more it ;
nsofihc news brought by io tHerfollpwin tracts of'landjTiz''r t
; elsewhere and than any private soldier, can, at his own will Louisville Journal '- -' A tract1 the !Stl John's River 'tiei '
g&iJB.tlut hive appeared Quick Work.-The ;says, Per U/S.'MairSte Ocamnlgeefrom'Sa- off :.iiear' .
cire worthy of a translation. and pleasure, resign a command which been that House's printing apparatus-is f to 'be attached t -'t: R'L'" Smith' Messra' mouth of jsaid river called the Paolo Tract oFw

fc rearm banquets continue to be organ!- conferred upon him by higher authority, or may to thc battery ofthe electric telegraph vitnnab2Sept.2lth.-Miss it4s itriated in Duval County State Florida? ,

deportments of France, notwithstan- choose to remain at a post confided to him by,a in that city. By.this arrangement, ,the mana* Smith,Buddington,,Morgan and Moore. and bounded on the North' y the Bi Johrfii %5>
superior, can, we doubt not, bo promptly answered able'to furnish River the East Sherman's C ;* '' '
tsie efforts of the government to prevent gers state, that they will be copies ,on by ekfrmming1
by the youngest subaltern in the service. ofthe President's Message for the n'ewspa- -1ARINE1liTELL1UENCE. j with themeanders of said Creek to King's! Road,

ta.I and The only commander in chief of the army known offices in that city, within five minutes after' thencelalong said road, to'lands Lewis MaU
aDif! cordiale betwen England the constitution and the law of the land is per OF OCTOBER; L27th.
to PORT ,
House of John's
ratEispwn and everything leads to the the rending of: it by the Clerk of the tair; ona the West .by the St ,
up the President of the U. States.57Hsaltli -
thence iiningith1thC river the of" '
r place
onuiaik.it so lon ; as Lord PoLuierston con- Representatives
beginning 'this 'tract"'conforming to a plat of r 4
tinea ate Secretary, it will be useless to at-
tnpttoRBevit The Times and the Debuts, vfMobiic.-After consulting with some The HcdgeJtog.-It is said that the hedgehog U.S.Mail: Steamer Qpainnlgee, Chase survey madi'by. Z. C. Gibbs, on file in theCStJohnsr /

rikl a tie journals of the two governments. of our physicians, we regret that it is not in our is proof against poisons. M. Pallas States that Savannah, via Darien, Brunswic and SCMary's Circuit.Court.under a'decreejof:partition '

iffemmeacei an unusual wrangling. The power to give a more favorable account of the it will eat a hundred cantharides without re-, to Fernandez & BisbeeJ' fMerbhandize3( made by the St Johns' Superior Court,in I
health of the than we published last week. Holmes & Cb, G."Yale, Fernandez & Bisbee and hundred
Joes uiof the Duke de Prasliu: Jf the city ceiving any injury. More recently German; .1827, containing abratVJBix acres.:
todoftiemurJerer h.is flowed upon the scaf. We are told thatthere is increase in the number physician, who wished to dissect onegave it Rosenthal' : "jrattman.J." ',-; &Pzuid*" ;> 'Mrs. M1T Also,a tract of land,known as the Forbes Tract t

[fclit wall awe taken away every suspicion of coses daily occurring, and that the disease prussic acid, but it took no effect;. he then tried j, -xter. "i: .', ?. ,,. bounded on the'SotrfA by .lands: belonging to

injkplicwoain the foul deed by the Frenchpernitn1' is rather more stubborn in yielding to arsenic, opium, and corrosive sublimate, but 29thcr-TJ.8. 3Iail Steamer 4 Sarah Spalding Lewis Mattairon, the Westlj the King's llfadjOn ,. .
To*aich the Debits replies:- medicine than formerly. We have not been with the same results Bailey, Savannah, via-Darien}Brunswick, anSt < the ,North ,by; th :North _forkrofSherman'85'r? '

.lf tesre tata&bick upon the English the able .to ascertain the number of deaths for the Mary'Sjltp Fernandez &JJisbee.jt r*q Creek. tt>;the :month thereof, .and 'from'tKe'1"
pist.3Tck but.believe there is little ornoin- -, -- ,- 'mouth of said creek to th'ff inoutB:orari'Inlet of.**" '
Time us weAudi
the caste >
prjichestb beobli* ed upon far into their, crease on former reports.The weather is dry, Practical Commentary in 4bolUii- 28tk- -Steamer'O mulgee. Chase Savannal the sea, about one:mild South ofthe St.Johns? ,'# '
not to lookvery
and scandalous and northerly winds prevail /Before a frost it Mr. Isaac Mercer, of Fayette countyl'Tenn, 2QthSteamerSarahvannah. Light House, and on he.Ejrf by the sea"beacb} ,.
Hfiray to find moat disgraceful that the 30th,ulV from ,
twasitfioai Jot this would be ap.iinfultask& would be highly injudicious for absentees tl e- returned to place he had on forth ". ;:: :. to the place of beginning,'ani ,conforming s '
it." turn to the city.-Register and Journal, I 8th ult. Indiana whither gone a purpose plat of survey made by Joshua AS Coffee;onfile' ."
|al wepn&t not to attempt and number of his '
of providing.for a '
locating ,
: .NOTICE. .i 73LL in the Duyal Circuit Court, under- L
Enjlml is actIvely engaged in arming her- Horn Tariff-Ttilt lias been Buin.d."-At Tar- slaves, (some six or seven.) whom he had;eman A Persons directly or dFrel1itercstedii. partition 6f*tteDuyat County Cburf in1839 t

& ytlut the people France have iffville Ct so named alter the Tariff, foundations -. cipated. On reaching their destination in Indiana : are hereby noifi bynthe undersigned, and'' confirmed Ty' .the.Circuit: CJourt'CEf J the'-
Lken offence at it Wherefore are these seeing the destitute and miserable condi-;. )
prerxi&m have just been laid for au immense building that in conformity with an Act of the:Legislature County of Dtm l/at thellayTe 1847-con
nuking t Such is the common inquih. -. lion of the black population already'located; '*7
feet Florida, entitled<"An,Act to provide for.the'reestablishmentoftheRecordsoftheCoun taming about one thousand seven huiIred and"'sixteen
300 400 designed.as u manufactory -
or long
It is n w reported that Louis Philippe hist4 of of woollens. Dwelling there, no importunities could induce them to -; MmT each tract'being.apart! iof'the ,'*
same descriptions '
It is tow nunifest that Palmcrston seeks houses the dozen. The remain, and they accordingly returned .with ty of Columbia, and for oth er urposes,!/approved -*. madeTby the Spanisl\Government ioAn ; P"
Ei is u eril] that would set all Eu- are going up by present their mister preferring life of servitude;such ** '
genius population is about 3000. Mr. Thompson January 6th, 1847,' she has,filed Sin ..the (drew; Dewees on 'the 3rd 'dayt/of September; 4
onfrt.iettreme1y. of Thompsonville, Connecticut, is largely inter, as they had known, than to remaining in a ,Clerk'JflIce, of the:-Iisict Court for said 1791, and'confirmed to',hi widow and heirs, on- ; .''
where their moral '
important occurrence has prohladtluremarlc. ested in these works. We are glaJ that his courage state of miscalled condition-freedom,and social relations County, a"paper writing, purporting, tojje ;the4thjdarjrbf May; 1O4Sa4 tracts include* -

The English Cabinet, it is has not failed him with the tariff of 1842, and intellectual copy of a schedule other properly,owned and -the.townof Hazzard, the steam saw mfll OH tlrefbeacfi .
&ththtest dates has sent an order to theIobito nor the village which he has done so much to would not be enhanced, but- oh*the contrary; held at the time-of her marriagejwith John W and 'thescie n\whichthe;5t Johns'" -
fit w' could not fail to be infinity more' oppressed fle1.jn.a wjthLaw-of House stands ? '' .
oat an expedition for Italy.- buildup. 3rP coanee Light > '
; i i
'were to be immediately trans.p3rteAncona and degraded.-MolikTrilnrne.. the Legwlaiive"Council'pf?Florid appfoved ROBERWERS, Mitri1a1;

ani Lord Pulmerston has givtt Poker players in the steamboats on the river .___; i March 6th. 1S43,"*'entitled"An".Act' 'to secure -ybis'DeputG.Eunu YL:4 I

elnrii Cihinet a notice of it. instead of saying "I '"' "I Santa The Mobile Herald& 'Tribune of the llthinst certain rights towomen. '' -* jt* K'S.'MMrsluiFs\0ffice2\ : ,L -: ": -

LZJPillpc an1 M. Guizot hive returned now Anua., pass, say saya, that Riley, commanded the deserters -'' And al 'a pa r writing'purportlngjo;bf,*acopy' Augustine..Sept, ,17jJ.847. .f ',." ; ..Tjrjj;

?ai account of this movement, and a that were captured whilst fighting .a- of the las will'and'testmient bf-Henry-iV. .' N/B, The reservation of four acres,jncl1" ,
I aal ministers his been called for the 1st The Whigs of Cuyahoga county, says the Ohio gainst us) in the' b ttlestbf the 20th at Ikjutreras, Ellis, late of said'cbnnry.' lThe origisal ,hav g ,ding the Light-HousetriU: first'bepffereil.i S

k&p.ember. Palmerston has desired to Statesman, are demanding that the candidates and lc bwn as the'Battalion of.8aniPatrici6vis.; 'beeA destrbyed'byJfir6 mfj'tlie firsf dajfof No- ,saleas!abcrvearid, the .remainder in separatejj I

tt Tents. He knew that the Cabinet of for office shall pledge themselves,that,'under ho' an Englishman, and not an Irhmii'hirepor.' "* ** Tember/'i846 introduction'-"of''said/copies ,tracts, made.known on the day and at the place :,: ., : |i
uassare1of the perfect neutrality of circumstance will they vote for General Taylor. ed in the Picayune. ; .made for the purpose iof perpetuatingHlii* fsale. ,r'? ,.f; *' .-:. '- iL'
cSi government, from the moment when jects of the original aDerkft i' V: -: '

w pressed'Austria to make common cause The'"no 'more territory? panacea which the i' i RARRiETtPOWERS ...:" :/"ZVOTICJE;. *. .r I
tflj the in has for thi4is ies which! By GiE.McCLtiA'QAg n&' ;
protest against the massage Atlas urged as a cure .
the n'pcnsicr affair. By jut erpo- On his death i fi-jJ, a
afoJfsko arrests the progress of Austria, requested that no oae might swallow. The N. Courier says the Vproposttionuis OTJI. pectfully requested tbj come for ufd and make
a two points at once-that of making funeral, 'because, sobbed out the' dying'-mori,, not statesmanlike. It shows an overweening T h2 iMrs of?ra 1Vd rnt&s, deceased, .payment,'befcrelthe 1st of October iiexi b thr.. 1

S her temporizing policy in relationS 'it is a civility lean never repay. subserviency immediate and tempo, and alZ.'whori d.m conceTn : seJthe said cotes aid aecbunts will be p1acectin .

that of making France declare "I do not wish to say anything against' the rary consideration necessities-arid disregard of the '4>f Ihe" future .!i PAK.E 'QIJCE.ThatJtlie .subscriber, : the- handa" f.iin.&ttorney'forcohIection. '
and country. rr -
saida oliteand accomplished 'wants L'i11 pplyo neSnperioYCQuo1 '
individual in question, "* i 'i J -' ** .i ,- fc' 4Z7ev ; -
in the Paris Press,dated from Rome gentleman upon certain oecaSon, 'but Nassau'county, on the 4th 1 adonvm;Bqt.177 isii. t

l7th of Augvst. stated that the last remark in the language eta next to stablislotpaper1aJeeJroma
ex- would merely .
F.AdUi1fltSfr tOW' Not1e. .
cummenting .upon'.tO4ialmCrston's & r '
ebrought the most serious news from that to him 'troth stronger, than)fiction. paper, ; thanielWildSj Sen.4eceascdto himof UndsM 1
poet, speech repudiation, says the people of that ; & '
j24 > on A of the same.ber, .
i erery one is asked with impatience .' N ssaucounty. sworn copy ; '
their liabilities .
State prepared,to liquidate ; legates'nndpersons entitled to'di.vj. -
1IS* -
Clerk's Officein the County'of
will bs file in the
adopted by the European i ; t'f ing an
by fighting out the?whole fourteen miHions at; tnbutot in tk estate of eliOrt Iat ofliiusborough.connty
'iiCWofthe great events which Ita- the ,.Atlas'lhere is an article from' Nassau East Florid J ? .. '
1 nto In Albany six cents dayli ,51iewr4thtlbfSuckerdom> ,is ,1 JOHN,JOHNSONSv ,deceased,that unless they j ,
*come the scene, and especially the Otsego Democrat, in which the following *" & claimsr '
rising. Cjjj *
bt t g f gt '
*conduct of the French & :f Nassnn CoutyOc1l847
govern"Theerceedinggood occurs .
,_ %,1. 94-i. .
"In our opinion the Statesman who t stands ? 1"4 $ 4. ',--.4 .J ,a. j5d; 'c-': scribed bylaVtfrom tha secodajoZMarh" .
next Highest, (to the late Governor Wright) ; Nationsl liiis b eiiioruie&b phy7'siciaii ri1'Leweeii"tbe ; jv 4.D* :i-t st;*-theywflLbe-* fOreTC ..AntftheJehairs .

?&t ix. produced the beea the people's estimation particularly"of Democrats that subscrbetindcr iie ru1DtJoh '

4n among: that he would be defi-' ,is.Thomas H Benton,pf Missouri.'? # amalgamation three diwases- tKerwn& l'of KnbZ.Co, come ,forward wzthi* the1 time,,jaforeai4 ;

ie.t er1ezr; bt.:it is impossible to forget VeraCru2the shfp feverOf Europe/and tEe mutual consent ,, ., ,. .. .. ,. haye.a nalrsettlement of their interest jn'eslafe'according'ia .,
(LJYfrmwh'h he his descentu Biccaria wrote' against"capital punishment,' ellowf veofjbe8outh 'o't4t | All personSgindebted.to.theJate? firm tare?rej" ?- the'statute'wsucJ oise k't

1efloT Re the courage of a noble race. bnt'strained'every nerve to'hang a serantwho" d make jaymVit't Edmuiid.Wallcn, ; 4ME,7. MA IBEB, ,
tbe had read nis book and stolen his watch / quea .
h of the Church and then BastbleEng1azd&JeW faiaticshea'dod. iho siauthoise to sct4e he ; .4 : :. 'ipteF7zisLf. -

tItiTe Ottrne liberty Italy, and per.0Pe1ie i't i ewcee'theprin :; JoR1LaUNBY.zI eI.! -e .$ tlt1U ; .. '- '- :
if-pleises.tnake jeve- 'TePotter.Pio eer, Pa, haa-jledr-off. jnUthe\! ipal feature of which,is their 6eUet. I : MNDiF2i'tnue.business 'TV J. .- : '; '!; Bfij:

3Tgntrcm on. his throne.'at. ."- nomination of Mr.Buchanan for the Presidency. "that man is composed of bqdyf soul ancLspirjt, : .. '
- bir, and tbatW4eattrthei spirit goestoilieaven, t 'A nin4emagainthe .
'- -.' whether,its ownerlived, ,virtuously*)?not'whilc, jA;' "iate'of William O ThomasMeofua ,; .

Stel 'j&lraordinaTrtJ&eofvfi Wi4t i in :the BOttlsink-together into the grave..r.'TTiJ $ tiiejoldstation j y $ ,,: : connty deceafed, .TnUrpreseutjthjB ,' .' !,!
pj died in Washington city Rational Intelligencer says tatpehousin nthf.ti&tu prezc b ;laathe ub..r
flDjnj5t ; ; '&*n 8ep -a' ,
the residence of his A. the of New'Xork paid b dypr.theaer *-- ; .
son, city ( ., Captain.Smith,the maiiiWho,walked eighteen r of y1"1iiosaindebtedjrill -
Comptroller.theTria.surj. on whichthe, jm&us&jk .single k, jo rt' f, lesbefore.ineakfsstto! get4nto #t A'4imnf at NOTICE. make payinentto,1'

county, Massachn- less than, two" year% eyntsix.iJzoUaIzd' 1doI Montr 1,1ia Uk4 dCd coin.. '1AwPo'Gcodec t '?,-'-v1
Amri anL army' in June, lars. '**> -ttheBennington pany.in Bcott countyKentucky y J '4 a jbf'towide fjComityfwiil I&ptembcxil1847. swcTfl

erRil!. Attheclos ofthewr 'makB immediate'jay. .. ,. A4 ; ; .. .
:|fe V '.*/ '"i \t-l.1' J S,"rUr tU*-> ?, ; -;---- ; -
Sjjf****i then a part of iMossachufeai i t A son*of-, iringavu' iha/jtoUoif ng, tosst7-- n\en' !to h S T)6criber) Tand thMe av g""ctaimsi ; ; i'. NOTjCE.1i : v i'.' .
tTv* aj a<1Se f the'court of comtJ Gaietie states that owing.tothe die,nor nobody ainsVtiaia|! fwast present: thernSHc : WEEKS! : after-data the nTh4ege&

|* ?*r otthe :legislature, .arid anN&ii.1 :sujcessibn of the States' oflbwa,>Florida, Texa&J.&c kiU y ,iinti matith Aarlilfn 411jtithe& ; ,

!! "*Vic Presideut f the -- new judicial circuits iH have.tb 'be estabIbhed the silver knocker ofyer ovoor. Ii' 1theyNwIflbkbarredof oli&'Countyforietters cfadmIben
iXl 'MadisonVsecond'electibn, and that one "" +eL1LDBRNCffMiii'r thresjtate jti
r by the bext.Congress jitbut ,< -, >-<-- r1 -
_. judicialjuagwMii'appointedjto' -C, YkerrMYte olfortfhKs pG847.; s* '* MARTKA ELLOTT .
ingtoilemri :
.- re A a ? -' '4 o'gg.I, T AUigator7.Semb24th47.
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4hthOiilzWrz wrttWiater : : -

tbis Jiave enO .i tJ" friend lIb1 fe Kmcharge T $InlP or Ft.r3dUJifb** Cll1X -

;e.r fever., Therases to.be*, candidati'fbt the j. zZr8:1 fr ?
th 9ugbout th i4i44L /Ci -Tfie Ni OrleatioilOf4h2tb "*)*wi* ** '
%4 ExeTOiw the Estate of '>!*
# .:from the ilpf on ; tuvB vu vuwiow rw -KnuuuuA-jmi aA.e ,'
Outotl4 iC55t5tlVai .:* 't1i tT1tato7 ti3 n livd'tdr1d tb Otier at fe; ;|ate'bftrJ-EUST.J- -' i-31--- 3- I > UtiM5W 5 1 ;- 1'' .:-

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; pvim1ngto DeL it t ihd!' Oeort1ini dyIgbeThC years of t # f'U
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: !' 41so 3'd 17lt847.a'r.lttSBALED:1P ) It '
I-* tLEC'lION81riU be held' in Duval*County:}f CiECTnTfoy'FixjaiiAouiriir,oY J.I.\ 4. 'a.rl! "r/ 'i7 q4 ur"v Auat|; : 1 ''-.: < ,. '--. .)' .. '*.. ,. 1., .
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_J: :J tcta1tl/JVjliiwnf :6i JOHWSJI '' \\tJ111,1:11: : : : 4t : ''BOPO8AI.S .willb Teioct .IelllfL :\
4 tI b'l i.M daY'U : October.'t : ; 'CHA1ICEEY;; .< Wt.tCAiOiCV9
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Ip1 next ensuing; (D/1S47,) for one se ,;! !Th&SonthenLifI f' : 'r !'! : .IdP ".i C .ij t:the: SPf d :t mJ QtAR '

t the first clare):for feaid County, ;fortw Bepre ; ',surance & ',Trust'Compa'njr -- <, r. y.,JI -.( NoV,56. Cedar" 1-Street. -,. "wek; O ctobeext 't':12: ':nipurchase :" "J i fth'. J'T-EDWBUBOH: BEvawr.' ,

"r entstiyesofsa1d County m the.General Assembly : to use'of rthuioMiBill' aForeclose.s of the rnteirof4thi U I 8ttesescrfb ,t .,m'

: ,':. of the State of Floridaj'fbr one Sheriff ;Beed. .-; .ic' -:iih.. -.".;-. _I :'Ie .t.-J.l'-t. ... ICi. )dI.1IJJD SOi' : ,i :L-. "aJid1if' J ." UA"J| VA HAV, >AWfrrVA<>J.h yAVAUU} VJk' ,' WESTMINSTER t _. ." .,BEVgw. j- ';i t..
S1a .1ry'
.flii. i ; Circn tOuaeroneax. Assessor'ana,Tar i : ..'. I ,' ,.LEE, "JUD'SON' )," -. uponthe. .. conditions men- .1IDI" <-: ,
T8.V- : .._> I orS -- *: .A? -.-, : B -
IL! 1 Collector/;four County: COmmi681on er .:said One "AugustusPpujaud.., : } '1- 'i O! ?P12 i }iv 'STORYc3VE. r tio e.f b,. tOc ", '_ '" -- Ii C OO)1 KD .'MA ''.: ,
)andone"taroner; for; d .
ttC -
4I County 8nrTey6r of the having been made to appear"to the' satis1'factionkof HOUSE No. 56 CEDAR STREET--theWBOLJ ;! ".- & -, t. !'j"- ; .ty l' : i" "
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; ..1f Peace County for'Duval':each:of; :the1 Alsoj;respective for four Justices, Justices DIStricts IT. ;thetCourt by..AffidaMkthat the o which is devoted..to the.exhibition and. ,-Bale ,.''1.1'ii?]*'..,:, .:". .. : T: L Vi- _' _Li--1 lt' heti.l'
;'Ii of said County.; Said Elections to be held, Defendant named- :the Bill of Complaint filed ,Or ., i.9J, '" ". S '.' : : i ) '; i5team ,'In .'betttiftaSetfi "
1q I of in the'above entitled;cause,'.resides out of,the: : .1 : :& _, .<'_J_:___" 't"s he white, and'
j At the places and under the superintendence 'p.RfJN1T.E'D C A. Ii1I COES., 'tiQ 0"Deserl L paper, aw 1Ithgn3i4LACxwO&s' i2M
p1' S and out, ftheUnited .. g '. o
t4j'ofFlonda States ,' { lr -
CIS ; < 7I
hereinafteV"niuned and who are 'l lj } 'JtP <- : > .ori |
Iltt A the gentlemen f Theiirent Stkonaista of iiearlyi ,1 .>'." I'f. L OATZVi ,
i heiebi t Inspectors ofsaid. Election, and inCnbaj one Of the.West.India Islands,ant ; r" ;: > .-.2. .. '..,. .." .' :. '..'.> .' '0! .exact_facsimile: fthEdjnFh '" ed j-ti
1 I .
"- > beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, One/Thousand, Packages, ; ."'. ;' .#: "J Fi'; '. ': : 'd. wide apftad tam '
to.wit: \ -' t. S
On motion of C. WDowning/Esq Solicitor for ,, 1 < ; 1 z .
DistriCt.Na. :
r At facksonvtilt 'Precii&d.4 sti es' Embracing some THOUSANDS* different .*odicala *%* dm..t d1_t sj ur.

f I i'InBectori i' Farquhar Bethune, ,Rote. ,. said Complainant, t. c patterns"and:;'coloring ,and comprising every :.L LANPS LYING- IN',THE STATE"Of no. BID. A; p r_., As literary 'rga&. they 1ta4'
; f It is Ordered, That,the.said (Augustus Pou- and .. advance of ,
desirablej' '
; igelowj'OliYer'Woo&; thing in..the rUne: FOREIGN '" -,- any works ef a Iimi1a-_ _
1' J r Black'Creek or' Carey's Ferry Precinct.:; jaud and others .berequir4to appear.and. answer DOMESTIC.*; "/ "1 ;: ; Tonn b/Ji e1 Dinaleomty.: published, t1rJu1e"th8"r pcliticaL' '

1 : Justices Distri No.:-. Inspectors,-Elijah'. said Bill of Complaint within,,six months, I All of which are offered Ton sale, for'cashl or LII-Bt&cformerownene.;\ : each is"marked PitJcaDdor'ail':
.h :' 'c BUt Qeorge3rariningj Solomon Morgan.' or the same will be taken as confessed against satisfactory redit'at Me LOWEST PRICES l ,.1844Jan.i26;" 't' -1 containing bearance not' -of\ n-oxor !
p11 AAPi ci t.-4 stic District. ._. No.' him. by'tth&3." -.* T "i '879 Lot No.6.,in sqiEN 2 [K' "together'. character -. -.f :f
Ev- further Ordered,That, of this Order .', 880 ,' Half of lot No '3 :" feet
"r. acopy
tt.; : 1 In8pectors.--CalTinEeed/Elenezer PIECE, OR 'PACKAGE.iare ." '; ; 7M Theyienibrace:the>iew8 of the th

iJL. iL' -eleibl Ch .r1eIByrne.. r4 -. duly certified'in ,by,the Clerk of this Court, be published New8tyles': received.. Almost"every' "diy" .'-: 'S' ft' "; J' .r- J. bY10 1 partiesin''England WU& Tory .
within the
1h: t t At St..J.h'" Beach" pJsticesDiL .some newspaper, printed and them' 'our'own sales "Blackwoc and the"LondonCu.
: Eastern Cir Florida month inanyof are got up for LANDS LYINGIN THE STATE Otf TEXAa:
._ once a
conseCutively <
.. tri tB o. V'-Inspectors.. Kihgsley B.Gibbs, and not to'ibe'found; elsewhere.':- ::? -4 Tory: the"Edinbnrgh'Beview.awSSS

1 rL .j hider'Parspns,'Lewis Christopher.' for six D nt1. fjJT.Printed lists":of prices, corrected from '. ." : Samuel' Swartwout, former' r 0 I "Westminter?.KadcaL : ..
V the School-House now occupied [Signed] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. .,18421 j j 1 .owner. *._ : 'The of the '
4i ; &Cedar Creek, at day to day '.with variation in the market "- ; price RE-ronm is lea '
PETER every; ,
:tn ; by De Cottes.Justices District No-. If B. DUMAS,. Clerk of said Court are placed in the'hands buyers: .876 Mali" Tract of:land; granted :by t third of;that of ,the foreign copies;lit

: : r InSp torSWilliam BF&1dOCkJ3mCS L.Christopher do of hereby Order certify the above to be a true copy Merchants 1rlll.be''able to form some idea of : ..EIthepublic of Texas to : they,are equally. well got upj they don< 1Iu.

rk ;! and David T rner.. 't't in an the above, duly ule and entered of record the extent and variety'of bur.'assortment,:when I', J "toY.Barposwh eattor- advantage toi:.theC American:' . j at the house of William entitled MUSe on the sixteenth was Frost Thorn sit- -
. AiThbauavUle Precinct ney reader. ..
I we state that value of: our*irsualitock of '
,Thomas-Justices District No. -. .Inspectors day.of August; .D. 1847. t. this'ONE,:ARTICU israt.least.,twice>the Value of :' uatedatthe.. forks of river '3 TERMS:'

f -Abram 'Bessentj William' Thomas, IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto set my the entire stock of 'Atoyiao and Angelina :. PAYMEHT TO BE MADE M
dry goods _
rL2; : r'u s.l hand and affix the. Sealofeald Court usually kept by which is A&VA2UX: '
k Odum. ? grant more For one of the fonrBeiewsFor .
; .k James our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, together any
Justices District NoL .this sixteenth day ofAugust A. D. 1847. particularly.deseribed in ".
:s ; At Clay BUI Precinct B. with 'the fact that Sour means and,our any.two* "do.' -i.- '. :>
:L _. Inspectors-EdwardB.: BrnnnUT1,HEI1g P. ,DUMAS, attention instead of beIng divided vast .adeedmade.by.NetalFlore For any three 'do.'r :',-
; ; Moore. Clerk C. C. of St.John's:County. among to ,said :Y7. ,Bar. For'all four' fthe
John ReT
,I44t 15 Bennett, variety of articles, are devoted"wholly to. one, ewl' 8 X.
4ti Polls to be opened at 9 A. M. of said day or Aug. 27. lamfSm will render the' advantages which we can offer f bos.underdate of June For B1 kwood's Iagazine.3 c '

; iL.: r. i. .as soon thereafter as practicable, and to close IN CIRCUIT COURT. to dealers perfectly1 obvious ;'and, it shall be 23,.1834, ining, 10 Acres. For Blackwood- .and the 4 Beviewa. ;

; ., at five ((5)) clock, P.M. EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN AND FOR our care that none who visit our establishmentshall sitios, 23%labors, or 48,423 CLUBBING: '

:i 4i r Witness my hand this 29th day of June,A.D COLUMBIA COUNTY. meet with any disappointment/ 877 Also' one certificate of lands Four.copies o(any or all of theabitettrii:

;i '. -847. VhL F. CRABTREE, Our assortment is complete at all 'seasons of issued by John T.Mason, will be sent to one 'address'on pajBieitbfthregular
of Probate County of DuvaL Abel Cowart, } In Chancery: on behalfofthe'govern-::
: JTudge the year;' ,LEE, JUDSON & :LEE.P. subscription for three-the fcnrtt em
;; 9th 1847. vs.Elizabeth > or.of'Texas and Coahuila being gratisi55 ,
July S.-B. F. LEE, :formerly of the firm of !-
I Cowart ) Bill for Divorce. dated June
, vfr1 / Lord & Lees,'and late seni r partner of the original 21,''1834j Remittances.and ccmmunicatiwa .

; .. In Chancery. I IT having been made to appear- to the satisfaction firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection for about ; 48,000. be madam all oases without expeia L'tit

. :, I CIRCUIT COURT-SOUTHERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, ,: of the Court by'Affidavit-, that the withdrew. some time ago, has resum 878 Also-bne.-other certificate 'publishers --the money mifbe enclosed iaiR

,. 4 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HlLLSBOROUGH. above named Defendant resides'out of the State ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & of '.the' same tenor and ter,,osi paid,'di directed tortne publishers; '."

.John W. Robarts, } ,, of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this' .J dson, and assures his friends'that'the new date of the above, for a :.'B. The Postage on all these PerWidl

J: f : vs. > Bill for Divorce.Permeli3. Court, 'r 'concern-rghall have ;thesame 'preeminence in like number ofWhich 48,000 reduced by the late Post-Ofice,to ibcd ru

I aIL Robarts, ) It is therefore, on motion of Washington M. this branch of,trade, which formerly .distin .O. said'landswerecon-l' fHrrf the former rates, making i 'a very imP

:b I. JT appearing to the Court from the Bill filed beg Esq..Solicitor forsaid Complainant, ''OR guished the other two houses to whieh he be veyed by Samuel swart-f] saving in the expense to'mall subscriber!' :

; : in this cause, that Permelia S. IL Robarts, DERED. That the said Elizabeth Cow rt be requireJ longed. June 25, 1847. Iy wont to Wm. *#* fo all the principal Cfcb gsi"TH

7j ii,ii the Defendant in this case, resides out, of this to appear and answer the Complainant's president of the'Mount throughout United Stam, titrAidth

f State so that process of law cannot be served, :Bill of Complaint, herein filed within four NEW STORE Savage Coal and Iron direct Rail Road or Water comaaocatitJtKm

upon her, according to'hw. months, ora, Decree fro confesso will be" taken Company, in' trust for the city of New lark, these PeriofiuU tfllt.

: IT is THEREFORE ORDERED, That the said against her. _, 11E4UNDERSIGNEDP having formed a Copartnership I the use and benefit of the delivered FREE OF POSTAGE.

.,j :( ) ,. Defendant, be and appear jhgfore the Circuit And it is further Ordered, That a copy of this under the style of United States by deed LEONARD, SCOTT &, CO, 'PnbE S

:'i4, :. Court. :of Hillsborough county, to be held at order,duly certified by the Clerk of this Court 1 beaningdatethe3lstdayof"December 112 Fulton,.I"l3t

.2 I i Tampa, on the second Monday in Octobw, A, D. be published in some newspaper printed within r WRIGHT & POINSETT, 1842, and Aug 13th, 1847 '. .

iW{ i' 1847, and defend said suit, or the same will betaken the,Eastern Circuit of Florida, once week consecutively Have rented the store recently occupied by Mr.B.r..CUTTER'and recorded January 6th, .
confessed. ) for four months. 1843 in Liber A B. No.
as would now solicit' that portion HOLMES & to.
:''p's4 And'that a copy of this order be published THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.. 'l'of public patronage who desire purchase D D, folios IS, 19,and 20, ,

i.ca i in one of the newspapers of this state for the Clerk's Office Circuit Court in land records 'of Alle- MKSSKS. IHJLMKS &_CU..I .
law. }. !! II I
Ib.F of three months, according to gany counfy-'Maryland.
space ColumbiaCount : ,
; k.silIiIi r"rniirly I i>rr" i*d ififi rS'c.Iw"
GEO. They are nowjreceivihg and will( -- :' -- j' (
W. MACRAE keep constantly
L L, STIRINO SCARBOROUGH Clerk of said Court .
on band n gPJiciatas5prtrnsnI <>f CONDITIONS.: !'* ilit* Gnvrriunrnl. .nldlll:- bip't.
Southern Circuit Florida.A -
1-1ID : Judge do hereby certify the above to be a true:copy of 1. Each bid, must be, for a separate numberon "dl.od. !" thi>tr Hior.k. |.y ilie tale 1f; ''
.k true. copy: an order duly made and entered record in the; Dry Goods, ,Groceries;.Boots .., .
the schedule, &c.. for cash j to be deposited L New y k. n full a;*i>rt nrni nf Drvat is

:; E.J.A.W.WARE,ROBARTS Clerk D. C. above entitled cause,on,the 7th day of ', Shoes, Hats, &c., at one of the following places, to the credit of r'rj...,. I-Iiii'nrs.. 1'i.iul',.. &r4 ''.r,.hk
tI't. ;7 ? ,. A. D. 1847. Which they pledge ihemxelvcs) t-, sell AT THK the Solicitor of the :Treasury, specifying, on L hwy nfl' l.r"pA't'.1 In 1.11 rlNn.J fWh'Fh.7

c. i July 9th, 1S47. 3m --+ j IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I: have, LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, o, nn inducement ..aco nt of what particular number lathe schedule "ret"'.W .Jflag.rPll s.. perrIi ; etttIli4i.s. '
I .e. p In Circuit Court. { L. S. > hereunto my hand and caused; the for CASH c&'sTmun: in! rsll. HIM| examine. "of.property'it i8.d posited, to wit: ssiiit nlhpr .'r.Jiirr ,.r ih,} r.. t"u .

Ih:t: a % ,EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, w-> Seal of said Court' to be hereunto annexed ,Having coma In the oVlertniiinlfon, tu '$keep NO The United States:'Treasury.Washington, hlsiu I; ,Market, rai s. inn! ntnki>c* ris4imrvi!.
: \
this 9th day'of August A. D. 1847. BOOKS in l.uy'rtl4"ir Goods r,41QtIilIIIit4 tit tlifir fiirrrl Sse'JiMi-
1 COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: principally 'District of,Columbia; the Assistant Treasurer .
t1 \ S.' for't ho dish ch. will bo enabled' .U| (JlJlrJp"lu.. Nrw' Ynrfe
December Term SCARBOROUGH, C1 rk- to i them ns o.tB9SioDN York or *
1847. Charleston '
4 w ,Philadelphia
i ,, ,,
4 :t Archibald" H. Cole, James B.,] August 20, 1847. ,4m_ CHEAP or CHEAPER thim 1""ycAntfl piircha- S.,0, New Orleans, and St. Louis; They hiive n' new nrtirlof, ,'Wjngt&l i'Jncksonvtlli .
lelsewhere. EDWARD; WRIGHT \ PZnnh-tn.ivijeh
,; iI.fty .uuld" 'cd
j -Cole,and Georg&W: Colepart- FLORIDA HOUSE KGBKRnPOINSElT.N. : The Collector'of the.Customs at Buffalo, N.Y:, tbp 8..nti.n fOr Planter. :
r S ners &c- using the name and, Attachmentstyle ; FOR S'ALE.O'RI'RENT. Baltimore:"Md. Wilmington N.'C Savannah .
: ;- B. Hides nnd other country produce taken' ,p' > Nov. 6. :iff*
-L of Cole & Brothers, Sum sworn to Ga Mobile..Ali and .
p } THE undersigned offers, on the most -xchnngp 1..rGnorl4.J.ckucinvill. : ; -- -:-'- '- 4

:. Hezekiah. ANash- vs. and Mer- Bond$171 50 filed for it liberal terms, to sell or rent this well]I ., Maid. 9ih. 847.. Iy Surveyors of the customs, Nashville, Tenn7 NE\Y; AND CHEAP YONmy'PUB.
Cincinnati Ohio and .
known ;
establishment furniture
1 inclu -
i .t rick Barnes partners &c_constituting $343,00
.4 ded. Application to be.made to J. B..COLE, at' 'BAPTIST TELEGRAPH Receivers of'public moneys at Little Rock
.; f the firm:of H.A. Nash Only One Dollar.a Tear. ,
Ark Jeffersonville Ind
Palatk 111 and Detroit
1 COLE. ; Chicago,- '
; & oo. ; -4 AND To commence October nex and to'besU iI
St Michigan. .
Augustine, August 20 1847. tf ,
c Defendants and all others interested : ,
., regularly thereafter on or aaorot" the 5ifle ,
2.Ea"ch bid 'must be aecompmied"with
u t4 JL are hereby notified of the commencement, '""- a '
i of'the above,entitled suit by Attachment, returnable 'NOTICE. Subscriber proposes" in,>publish 'in the I guaranty, iri the form given below, which must: every ,
after the 3 I THE '
h ; f to the December Term of said,Court, I' SIX date undersigned Jacksonville, East Flut.iclll..a months; !'be certified by collector, naval officer,marshal. '

A to wit-the,third Monday in December next-, Probate for apply the to Honorable. the'Judge of f j Iy j newspaper, of the abov0 title., It
4-: :: 11 : .and required to appear and plead to the. :Administration on County the Duval, for Letters L tral in politic; '.t".11 contain .nprlli intelligence;;: that the guarantor is. good,and the party niak* OF THE TWO JIOSO:FOTOlAX WOW
''filed : EstateofJosephAlieres, and'in be frank and ing it is responsible the'amount. '
!p ,4 declaration tbercn. according to law. late of said deceased. a n..ligio."hlill explicit. IN EXTROPE r '
,. t JOHN P. SANDERSON, County,. JOSEPH A.: t Tlie paper'will advocnte. thefidihond praclicebf 3..On receiving a certificate deposite, sign- BLACKWOOD/S LADY'S MAGAZE '

,. Plaintiffs', Attorney. August 13th. 1847.. BARBEE" the Baptist;denomination in Ihp .United States, .,ed by one or the' depositories above: mentioned, And. Gazette of the.Fashitaable, World., .
'l Alligator,Florida, June 25,1847. 4m I' : 6w :;. ,and;hall bu 'p rticutarly di'olf'C1 to,th. internstsof a qiu/clMm'deed, conveying all the right title, c-ALSO .

I --g 'i.. the.Southern and South ,WeMorn States; The :interest, land, "claim.of the United! States to the; THE -LONDON>ORLD',OF:"ismO "

.. In Circuit Court, 1ItIjt1m (tottjt, 'I. ular and Religious improvement of:.the people 1 property descrIbed in the bid,and paid, for, And Continental Feuilletons ,

I EASTERN. CIRCUIT.OF FLORIDA. Watchmaker. 'and'Jeweller Jf .. '.of Florida! it shall consider as:,iis pnramount.obligatton. .will be executed and acknowledged 'by the S-S The Price of. which two',Works ia Eng1ul2ayc J.'

: .. COUJHBU COUNTY,TO WIT: ''No.. 5 MAIM-STREET.. .fL* ffReuppctfullv .' To reprpvfl_!irfl, promote virtue to elevate li i!rpth Treasury free of all,charge to the $ r., '. '

.I ;.t December Term 1847. informft the! citizens !thej mind to the worship of the true GCD. arid4tojrnprnvhtiworiIIycondiiiup purchaser. Such'conyeyance) will be sent.free .As republished by the aulacriber &$

; I- Isaac P. Hardee and Robert 1. nfjack.(inville and.it.vicinity; ,thut mankind. will :;of expense to any'post office in the United will cost"'only$1 : ,. <

ii:. H. Hardee, merchants and park Attachment: 6 he ha removed I'' the.! huiinejrn*, Iei,its leading features. HTRRMS ,_ States,as may be requested. year.-' .,
I .ners--trading under the name Sum sworn to FnRoRKTKARFortwevcopiPI: $(0;
.mediately .
tt'ljoiriingthe. one .recently. -, 4.No bid will be .accepted unless .it shall be ;BLACKWOODSLADySMiOAWZAcD
I .style and firm of L P. '& R H. !$lM 06 occupied, ,.the_. ,printing six. copies, $5; ".ne copy,.$1. ,Advance payment .
4 .' :Hardee'' Bond filed fort 4--p HI .will be expected mall cases.QJT satisfactory Solicitor, whether,there shall L Lbe GAZETTE OF THE P.i.s1I ollA Lt W0tt* *
office of thpj,!Florida Statesman."and i U now pre ,one or.more bids,for,the '
; .- vs. $308 12 : : All lettersTaddret-ied to the'Editor, must property For Town and :.Country Zfctrofaf ,h. 'ck
pa..f.tQ execute. with promptitude!! order cnn 5.,Before bidding all ] "
persons are requested
Nickabud Raulerson. ,be post paid. Letters 'ATiai ic 'JF&ie _
JTHE nactedwith the ahove line to make themselves fti1IC ,
with the situa
I' acquainted
Defendant and all others ? N. B. The first number will be isuedon The ell-kri OcelebHi-Earoa43
interested are Mr. Grothe' would aln he the w !
notified :of the commencement toy. that nan determined first.Tuesday in June next::' tion value and title of the:property they intend ty; ofnack' 'ood's )1a2
of r rf cou : Edinb rg 1
I toconflhiehi4attention ,
: in future, exclusively '< to,.bid for, so as.to 'rely'upgu ,their,,own L
the above entitled suit by attachment, returnable -_ I to work, in ,these brftn h".. JHe.,rendicrthinthanks ,judgment: bidding. has induOetlthe, 8ulS'riberto commeL4"publicatiOnof I'
1'T iri.I to the December Term of said Court;to wit:: to the many friends who have given him Jacksonville.:. April 30ihV,184v 1. -; '. ; this fashionable London. ?'

__; the1 third Monday; December next, and"re' their patronage, and truiti 'that his exertions hereafter -, 4 CARD.lr ,. ." 6.v After' 'the last day Tor'receiving,tlemJ.the Jt: is a matter of..surprise tliat't*

?. ::1 I r required to appear and:plead to the declaration. '. wiU be a'ch auto' 'merit it. 1)\" .' i.'bids will be opened inthe; presence of fcuchptii-. 'tioa of.this: :work 'was.,not' UiIUIIenct& I
)11 b therein filed according to law.WMJIVESPlaintiff's. From lung practise'in' his b'isinehe* \: ces of the department as shall be able attend; y ei1rLsince. On looking over some oTtte "

iiu Attorney. himself o, 'M'It nt' in give satisfaction! ; nnd'hi:fJ'. *'P4' RIVERS & KOYAtL, I and"will: be;examined and passed'upon as fast IS numbers, we find them filled with Storied': ;

i_ Alligator;'E.'F., July 30th, 1847f 4m, chargeskwill'be 'moderate and rea6nabte a ,DEN'TAI2'STYBGE'ONS', ?; :as.practicable.iNQti' .will be given; promptly' ;Poetry, and Narratives, the mast of wii'fi!I
; : thfMe of the North (f". t1t. '* '- .to each;person whose bid is accepted, but to no ,b little ; behind :those published"in'tb'buigork.ixid .
'Office r'of.St.J lien"8tre *
s orn bther&li
NOTICE. N. oks and Watches ;- rtr l even the esssitiohs
'l.iC.lf. the bait many surpass
- repaired
ALL, Persons .concerned :.or?interested; .$re, manner,nnd ntth. shortent nnhiee.:* -ip '' f n:0xNOTICE. :' MarketSquare' *: a* .'iTheharne of the bidder should d in all cases,: fifoin the. Giant intellects rthe'con

: sired to take notices.that the 1lders gn- J" ko,villtn! c.26: (845. .: F j'V : \\tJ 'e .SAVANNAH/GEORGIA., be written length and"in a legible han .- :tore to the jnreat- Nprthent Magazine. -Tht. H
'_ .. .1. ... .. Aug.20"47."f j.. T;r I -
eJ- 4di&c4mplianceith anact of theState of.lai : __. .1yf'. ".J ::The bidder should give.;tbe name of the post niteotthday'contribnte'toIt

,.. .F1Ori 'entitled."An1 Act to provide for the r f';, .' iJ< ,j! r' ;ii:' ,; t .fFORWARD4&ULDRICH" 'J "office to" ,which communications' 'for him are to be lthas"' iipw'been p ublisBeo! ;seT ='f* .

_ _II ; :<;- establishment of.the Records 'of rthe jDpunfy of't ( \ LL pVrWhs'intereiited are hereby notified that sent. -"'' T'l.f'. ; : '. 'J '", .r.rj 'in' .London, and: has;a 'circulation eieeeda ,

E :: ir- Columbia), and for other'pUpo8es"""ApprovedJanuary .-tA. Six Month' ufiBr; the'dale hereof, the;under- ATTORNEYS AND'COUNS LLORS, AT Lf; ,8. Bids must be 'sealed and marked the 7tOOf; 'o 'thrrjugh.' 'Eng1and'Scotland,* ',I

____ II r 6th, 1847? iThey"have''this day fil din 'lIig 'Pd-Ad mini.rr"tri 1, nd.Ad rninidtia l 'rwi; I h Dr Will rra ti ;.ih'lhf" .pver' C Ufl' or Lau 'outside in,these words:'f*SEALED J TOE U.;S. land, and the continent of EuropeC It is tr

the Clerk's Office of the .CirCuit;Court'for'1 the will.annexed*nf j.t'StandleVr:Hweat en,:wMapplv ,.. l.Eq i ,'! :! : i Cfr iiii i r Flric1", ::: VEOPEETx'andaddressed ihe;'f Solicitor of lat d inw'several of"the co continental
said County- writing'purporting'' to ;: th'e Hori'. T WH.' A 1I0I\WA'DvS.'Augl ..tlneL ; .0. trI the Treasury/"Washington D:'C.H? '
t lt paper be ; Jiidg .of Probai.tJfor'AU"chV -" ; -beingth: only :.instance 'of ,an Eiigb$
(I a copy to.:substance of the last'Will and.TestalTr ;: .County;for a* final- r'settlement rr \YH of'f Ii i;.M"acr.OiinUntj * '
ment ofRenry one'late of s id :u 1ti'de i uch'nhd (ttirchnrge from the",further Adminiitfii'-r "t'h1' j ,'WM.IFSPCRABTREEt .. 3 'I. ', idinglat in the,county The 'publication win commelice'.ia" Octow !
in ,
I 'i 4
4 ,; .edth! oriinalofsaidliitWil1 and.TJsi t lion of said e"I at'.' .. *Jft WK. w qU'J I t. .' :. '. .' ,- .:j'W' .. Of'fI *''in'the'Staeof, >'hereby offer next. and will be continued-month1yl ,

'; ,. t, having: 11 destroyed by fire on the first iil y : .I "DTCEYSTADLAjm': '" ,J ATTOnNEYANDCOUNSELLORTLAW." W 'the!11niti States:the sum of1 ;,' .dollars i.:in i -.The publication; price of:the above oriiLondon ." .

ii of November last And that.they will apply to J .. '9ffJ; EABORNJJ. ST NDLEYi An't|) -4 -iK-4 -f--:. -.:'JaiksonWl- '-";.;Fla"' '.' .' cash,for tHeiir'right,title', interest and'claim to ,is$6; -s *" :
.It- the Circuit1 Court"of.said County at the next' Newnans iHe-1EP-tJune:4th!. 1847c 6 i *4 'VLL. attend many busin :.entrusted-to his hnn4 tI :the property described in'number") :. in the if -. .-$Ii'f

Term of said Court to be held 'in and for'the 1 .- **---'HI..ft =jf -:-:\ --t "-<'*VJ- *"t*, litifihe: "'.,.. c'.art' !''(n r.' lie.!EitiW..Ctdik.' f. 1 ',printed? ounty of Columbia the third inDecemberfaext 1 *'" '-; It'lorlda., f' 1'. "I' ., .. f'.It'. i .'If'.J'ilT, -
L :; Monday AdZnhhIitrqtors Notice. ": """ .!: the terms and conditions there' 1 ; 'A ':coJtTmg rystujjETbas, .-'*
tl t-to:have'said ;C6py';Witt stabILshed i MONTHS titter datei I.hftll''i.erli my! r. ,'EE14Lx.Iuv.i: : NON: : mentioned: and I hercbyin consideration of J'
inlieu : SIX** *'-* ; -> *? -* -i- "* ;. : f __ :4'AT i/A7y Publication of the Coiits o/
of said d D..tl. -ilf '
,; original so. 'Oyed.bYl voucher- ndmmiitrstdr of t. .the premises bid- f
'. ; :'I {ttidiJ,.i!A ATTOBNEy ''AT! LAW ;4 yid '. ; e"in-C88e"1DT and p"arij'I-Dellieo '
; 'Li/Iaz--
je ; fire as thresaid.g .' : .j ..1"t the etateufJohn Mooreluty"ofDuvuent:; ; shiUb'iOOi'te bs id'S Ucitth' 'to dos&t n-a6A :
'.WlLLIAM > ,1 J t-D- 'g: 'I-V ;Vdcksbnmllei! :Flf til'U : '. tllJlesj' Fashto >PoUte. Pt amet.l
?. TOWNSEND' Exe. to' drct"i d, to fhe Hon."Jodge"or"prohrtt | that-suin-In; 'lawful '; ;' oneof-the -'d"- .
I -j ':.ANNY MARY JONES, cU"nA..' ";: 'c unt.y;:for,a finat:setdement,1. : ssiIestatesn. a, Will practice.in.liheCourEi'jrtho. l( EasternCimiii pOTilpHesCtn ltionecl"nioneyrn in:,said .dvertIsement I' ,4rt' tM.OpertuTAtatrui4-r c ; J

V .lUligator-.u: )1'23. ; 1847.. :i..:. 1th1'. ..1 'shallxat the. inme tinvt lIPr1C! ; 'Je tiers. of dismission ?'.r: ,* .Ij:;Maeb'19. ? >. fa&,., (.4 :6'n",. r": .,. ,,with thlrC"d ysfafteT'my.bid shall be accept--t1 Edited' by severs1Lierary.andSUP
f" l
r :CharacteisL'
k u such .<.lminirntor.. .if which. ,ttll.personjntereiifdjn 7AUGU8TtJp. ;' !ed'' d notice thereofsent:to me b'aiL' ," '' -. 4.: ..
-s--- '- .A-- t' : 111/
U Administrator's Notice. said estate, are desired'Ol'f8 otice ; :\i :1 ;;; Dated 1S47. :_TJ the above two.Wprkaw; .be o
QIX MONTHS after -shall : '' ;ATTORNEY. :A ND-C0UNSELLOBA-LAW, ) ,Gossip of London Paris and.the pnnef_,
t ; ,make application 'i. '! ZA'M ,JAM. KS,.ACKIR Admr. ; I: ,
____ I to-the.Honorable' Judge of Probate .: .- ., ; ,, j r tl\nd mmi..iont"r fDre1s CjheSiieoi'Coi l Fo1vaIu cfycl, rgara teeto"the'Uriited t of,.the-,Continent(,Europe .Royal
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