The news
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 Material Information
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 29, 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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.tt'entInemon.the first To yearly advertiser. a .T1.; ."J ,'.:... i: .:. : : t! .tion,-and if such.oblation worthy my-obernticn -* *t%;
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::r.Al1 ach'ertisements By ] OCTOBEIflZ9.: 1847._ aTfld1Z5ti9flbe7Qfldl; cuJj... .1t' ofth I
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I 'fj j0rtn"ret1ntea wm be continued head .i' --Sis. r. ". THE.. ......u.,ANSWER.. :. ,,. -, I I _

I s r.barl1d I"1I3rl fnr. will be chargM for all i e was chil lWiy ywt'wie" ; naJKng ?oundherr7.ceourse: 1 'I,perused, ytru !oration with"inueh :deiJbenition ) 0
Fire Gen. Jack. '
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01candaates fir nftie. did'ntsup.pose ;and.a-litile C\ntiernatio _
nt5 to the same iafth great ia.
? it for fun.
for 8t1 Mnndt". : you.was doing weak _
One) square. as smart a For the fatuationofjour, ,1xnaintj OD: 'to sbcftr _
and Creditors : : time, now 'Mi;Smith took .
to Otohtnn a survey such veneration
Sntire on so slight
,, nmistranon ; us at the things and a toundati ,D.. JJut '
M'p1ication for Letter of A : to his. astonishment digcor- after examination
jT AU religious noucei will be inserted : and some- ered that'the boy had been telling thetmth.- serious contemplation,
the edica- He drew his hat over 'his forehead J suppose your animationwas-thej! fruit of recreation ;
rac'Y.1J'All admirable! personal college to- for home determined never to venture'started a : or had sprung from..ostentation U

frh rcea n!* ndi-ertUementg. same day. pedestrian excursion upon, dIsplayyonrIucationby an odd enumeratien, -
-T All bill for Job Printing. muM be p me and again. or rather mUltiplic "ot'Woroaofthe same '

Jiriry: nt the work.rr ,termination though of great Tariation in'each
Alt mminaniraiwini mUICf be /Mre I merit doren Foreign Intelligence. is whispered that the 4i
that I can Peruvian President has signification. j?
flaid. sent
1J08tngt a hostile '
ittKTT & HAZARD.ME message Now'vrithout
; or any to a neighboring potentate. Our : disputation, your laborious ap'-
.. I'P.OS1'tC'Tt'S--- -OF A EW' ''I in that quarter intimates that even correspondent:if:the Peruvian | plicationtpso commendation; tedious an'occupation,:deservesI
SIC BOUK, IN PATENT ; dogs of war.'were let loose, it would end in I I, thinking imitation sufficient ;
i gratification -without
C\LL'ED' : Peruvian bark for there would be no biting. am, hesitation, yours, ,
HESPERIAN : The Papal Government loses 230,000 dollars MODERATION..
Je ..." ( : named by'the reduction of the''duty on salt: but it is Mason "
Bypr.V... Uoa..r,of and Dixorfs .Line.- s early as,1682, 1
said in
well informed
upon pe circles/that itthe revenue there was a dispute between William Penn-and .t
.JTT work will contain 500 piges ; : miles. will no.longer be in salt, it' will somehow Lord Baltimore, respecting the construction
I alacid exposition: of the I either he or other be muste d. their -
I ding ; respective grants, the debateable land be
.ugng1! and of Music il Composition; a he was The Americans'hitve sent into Mexico, for to ing cue degree,or 69 English miles on the south '
:mber of the Church tunes used by ( connected carry on the campaign, an officer named Gen. line of Pennsylvania, and extending west as far
:ionS denomination*, South and West, most remote Pillow. It is said in quarters. that"may-or may as the State itself. The matterVal in litiga- '
:.rer before been embr.iced in one ) ities. If notbe relied upon, that the selection of General tion over sixty years,when Charles.Mason .and
=,un.laychool and Pillow shows how much the American : t .'
Anthems cause Jeremiah Dixon'
.jes lUlol ; 1 prominent were appointed to run theme
;mns; KumTous Temperance. and lL which stands in need of bolstering. If Pillow is one in dispute.: This line, the boundary of Penn- (. 4
accompanied in :J. great many of the right sort, he may put a feather in the
I ..ect, &c., might eas sylvania and Maryland, is 'the famous Mason .
[ .,bv thJ entire Hymn or Son;. Many half of the cap of all his followers.-Punch. and Dixon1 line.
entirely n:=w ; while rainy abstrac-
f :'t-ines aU airs that: hive long been used of mind, Salting Meat.-The sooner meat is salted after Long Hair.-A correspondent of the Satur-: :

..Cmp. an! oth'.r .,betm; &c.. :. streets an being killed the better, as it then possesses day Courier says there ia a lady in the vicinity
. >rer before been collected: -and h of his nu: considerable absorbent power, which it 'grad of Hartford, Conn, who is :5 feet 1 inch high, f.
::lhnurnerouScoh. Irish; G'..rn: ai.' an : : ; being ually loses by age, and when it once becomes whose hair is 9 feet 6 inches long. The editorof

ae tunes, will be found in the :: }: !. This putrid it can never be salted at all. One of.the the Courier acknowledges the receipt of ont
: Books :ancient an i modern- .. : best modes of curing is, to rub the meat well hair measuring over 8 feet. ,
r m:(\woa* or1print, whose rich music j upon : with a mixture of common rock-salt, 2 Ibs.; sal- _ ,,

::I\\"n to i most persons of the present spoken of petre. 2 oz.; and moist sugar 1% oz., till every Terrible Scene.-A magnificent steamer, the ,'
.Ire b-n M.-npletety! ."n.std vp"to miles our I I crevice is thoroughly penetrated; after which it Hibernia, coming to Cincinnati lately, was dis-
called at should be set aside till the next day, when it covered be on fire,, the flames bursting from .
I3TTHE HE: PS1UX 11t>.p i is: the lar=- :: as though it I should be covered with fresh salt in such partsas the hold. With three hundred passengers on.

ftrvt; M i' !".'? ;Soo't ever offered: tho ; have been most exposed. It may then be ad- board,men,women and children, the scene was J

rrc.','; i* -Ii'" 'n .ilitnpersona: will ( waited upon vantageously placed in a proper vessel and subjected terrible. By scuttling it was extinguished,and
c.ir.lL; ;: ;t -.%".b u'herwor-is.: Price ; ) -and in to pressure, adding a little more salt as to the horror of all, it was discovered that some -

.\ !:,rjpT. bsiU.ifiilly! printoi. and :) of bread and may be necessary, and turning it daily till sufficiently half burned casks, marked coffee, contained in j1 '
!>> r 1 wlih si'n:>ifly prinfl \ and cured. the middle kegs of gunpowder. '1 ,'
,piS'e.l er1t: to on? iJlrcjs for 3C-2 50 ; re-I When the brine, as it forms, 13 allowed to S .
;.e.).?.(.,1J.:\ ving of appe- drain from the meat, the process is called dry- "It takes the :Yankees to do up courting in. 4

. !n.1! K3fk. ; tvVl f l}! furnishsi.: to and, as he salting; but'when, on the contrary, it is allowed business-like fashion. lPlease answer me right

. ,,'!. P': 1':1.' I ii .-.1 I v mc". morning, he ; to remain on it, the, mode is called: wet-salted. straight off said one of them, in a postscript to-,.
,; ii-ats'w n'l -o: -.IK.IS..: xlis whole : hours lon On a small scale, the latter is most conveniently his first love-letter,offering his heart and,hand .

:.1:,.,1\ir2.'J.un"1I -'-* >-13 r?(q-.iivel.. A-.l { performed by rubbing the meat with salt, &c, to a country 'gal,' 'coz 1 have somebody else w. .

1'J'i. .,.' p"t'. f"., ";,1, :. : ,iisiiljeffri (' ",..t. and was as above directed; and after it has lain a few my tye.' They know how, too' to show proper
<7l- 'i i.. I'liust.: ; 1S47.To ; high i hours, putting it into a pickle formed by dissolving resentment when they get the lJag. 'I don't see -
:)' F'ori: 1 r>'tyr"? who: copy 4 ; three hours !: 4 Ibs. of rock-salt. 3 lb. of sugar, and 2 why you need be so darn'd proud,' said a down- .'
ti imiber: of fas p-ip-ir, a book will t ; of the sun : oz. of saltpetre in 2 gallous of water. The picking east Jonathan to a farmer's daughter, who had

;snzn.we. !! : his noonday liquor becomes weaker by use,and should jilted him, 'you have got nothing but an old ire* ';1 ; '

.li: 1S47. 4t : ; by the road therefore. occasionally. .. -boiled down a little forestick, and burn mud1 '!i
between ana skimmed,adding, at the same time, more of 5 3
frai.TrrklT (T. **. :-1'- (' : : : the dried ingredients. The New Orleans Picayune perpetrates the iV
following:-"What evidence has been given to :
: BETWEEN 611).r.: More Pointed than Polite.-An editor, some prove that Santa Anna is'a man of regular habits *r. ?J i 'i-
duL ( : where in the interior of Pennsylvania, compliments ? Because he uniformly retires early" V ? '.
: a lady in this way because she has a ;&)
SAVANNA & P Af.\TK/ ) we accommo- taste for Agricultural Worth '
greater writing poetry than washing of CaZfomia.-AUths. *n
BY THE WAY OF dishes: late accounts from"California :'agreeTin saying"- '
MBS,TOTJXSW1CK, ST. IAnY:: : "An interesting female 'correspondent sendsus that the country has been greatly overrated l&
JXIXSOSYIULE, BLACK : the course of a very uninteresting piece of poetry,and tim Neither cotton nor sugar can be cultivated in &
PJCOLATA. FLORIDA. I smoking i idly lisps a request for its publication. The Upper.California,and it is probable that the cli- !
ID connection with the Charleston moon is called bright-the stars are flattered mate and other causes render it unsuitable for.tobacco. '.

jeinhp.iekeJjjJit S ivannah,the steamer bill with the appellation of "meek eved"-thl' trees '
?!LLIIN from Palatka to Lake ; put on comes in for a share of eulogy, and the Falling *. ? -
:.$..Iiii l Stages. from PicoUta to St. : ; proceeded :Spring is pronounced silver-plated, or something Th Population of Paris. Paris contains at i

3e.anilroaBh, :='v Creeic, vU X \\& : however he to that effect. Besides this, the poem is the present time 1,053,897: inhabitants. The iM1
A jo';ittr. Mineral Springs and ; carefully, equdly instructive on other important subjects. population is thus divided boys, 315,194; married "

JW! e. he It'Mary will send us an affidavit that she has men, 211,235; widowers, 17,067. In all,.
OC.UWLGEE.; Capt A as ever down, washed the dishes, mended theliose, and swept 543 496 men. Unmarried women,240,25; marriI -, l
1.MATTHEWS, .. P. \{ ; feel crept some de the house for a week after she was"blasted with women, 212,509; widows, 7'Z41., Total of:. i

Thee; p.cket.le.ve Savannah: every still he poetic fire," we will give in, and startle the lit- women, 510,401.
:zSATraDAy MOaNING, at 10 o'clock, per- erary world from its lethargy. For the presentwe '"I
:::Tit Piciat4 in time for the Mail t side he say, darn your stockings and darn your poetry .! The Brazil Mission.We learn that Mr.Wise, ;f
Ih l to St. Augustine; before : too." our late Minister to Brazil, took passage in the ,
I JJY ui Moniy. : the thres- steamer which left yesterday afternoon for Bal
; While timore. It is said that he in his free '-
fI.u.rlin'.lelVt: 1'llatkLe\"ery Raymond and Waring's caravan was I expresses, VJvl j -
I :
fcv MOEXINC, ut7 o'clock, touching : ; being exhibited i Richmond_ recently, a gawky, way, the most marked disgust at the style in
tJ1 I : I I long-legged Jonathan from the country, who which his successor thought proper to deliver'
ray.are both lore pressure boats, in I ; here to-night, had never ';seen the elephant either literallyor : himself his first interview with the Brazil., ( 1.

eand handsoaiely: furnished: in metaphorically. was stalking along carelessly I ian Emperor; and in truth he has cause. Mr. :
K. are commanded by gentlemen ; in the pavilion, alternately staring at the Tod almost as good as told the Emperor (that '
:: laid aside is, if the Portuguese translator did not make a
tnexperience (In the route, and caged animals and cramming a sheet of gin-
: : and ate two mistake) that :Mr. Wise had committed "treason.
*sre assured that every attention gerbread into his mouth, when suddenly he
to the s.1fety und comfort of chapters in came bump against: Columbus. against his country, in not endeavoring, on .
itotLe careful handling of freight.AGENTS found upon Thunder and spikes! exclaimed he, stag- [his] part, promote" the friendly relations of ,
: ; When he gering backwards about twenty paces, while the two Governmcnts2'-NdIfolk Herald., Oct- ;,

z & Tcpper, just He show-found I his eyes stuck out,like letters on a sign, 'Lnhat berl2. -,. ., r .'
-' iDeLormeFriedliaJer, I : danfd critter with two tails have me got here1
i iU : for him.-i Statistics of Emigration.-The New York ;
Bessent St. : commenced' A Desirable Neighbor.-...:"Mother wants to Commissioners of Emigration have made their ,

Ianiez Si,Bisbce- thing simply know if you won't please to lend her your pre final report to the Legislature, commencing on 4 \ 'f
WJ was exceed- serving-kettle, because as how she wants to pre- the 5th of May last. Since that date, 101,546 1 :
) no surprise. servej emigrants have arrived at New York.of whom. !.

P.Eiwkms'Cooley, and ask- "We would with pleasure, boy;; but.thetruth 43,203 were from Germany 40,820 from Ireland, 'i
Ll.5tte & c.o. : window : is, the last time we loaned it to your mother she 6,501 from England and Wales, the balanco-: t: f
from other countries. The Commissioners hav "r
it that we never
I..B. preserved so effectually
Good3 to the
consigned A'
received in commutation money $lO1l 09 and
dei free of commission. Of seen it since.7 --1
Freight reflected and $520 in fines and their disbursements have!'
h aud Chirleston and all "Well, you needn't be .sarsy about your old ; ,4'
way name or cir kettle. Guess' it was full of holes when we bor- been $30,585, leaving a balance to indemnify .
&bIeby penbcr hijlpers. sa.id- rowed it, and mother wouldn't' a troubled you the city and State"agamst future expenses for {'1
17 1547.
Sampson on see-'d bringing home a new the same immigrants 71092. ; -
po Tlia St. Matthews iin again, only we you ..
A b iltT will be one." t
new <> put in '
W3shington"letterin the New York Herald .
nsirJ to in ike her as dinner here, Lam .n cdot-A wealthy farmer in the states that all the eighteen, loan is paid (,.
:-b\ac.t.; She will commence her ( county of_-, and &ta.teof New York' haTing in except about 4,000,080,which,added to $2-

vore---the-"1st of October.wig ) been sued by Mr. Havens wrote the following 000,000 lathe treasury, will give Mr. Walker

Taken Up, ; his dinner, classical epistle to his attorney: $6,000,000 for the current expenses, to December -
BY the subscriber on When night. ;Esq. Esq. "'Bur if that state, of' ,.in. addition to current receipts.JmY .

&27th of September last, a the first house Heaven's goes gin me;'want you to kerrY -
enall brown bay MULE, wheelbarrow, up to ,the higher carte for God noes i doant owe it Distressing?-George Thompson,alias.,
txth! tbe collar on both sidta. He is him one cent." Alexander Giles, a colored barber, is advertised
tij the etters C. and W. on his fore ; as a scoundrel, because he went to)titrant,
S. e his rump. The owner is The Hon.Lord A. once received shill' of charges Mass., destitute, and, representing'himself as a

durg ; and take him should think from a'horse-doctor as follows: "to curing fugitive slave, was assisted by the abolitionists,". :
J; bcrs r .!Ucnce on the road away ; I got din your horse till he died, JE5; and to gobbing. who procured him a shop and business,and$a-: > '
fiIle IUlIl lan-y's Ferry. slept at anoth. (jobbing) about three days, 10s./ ally gave him money to buy his little son oat t4'
here I am at bondage in New Orleans. The next day h'a'went
9lVi11Oct.&h JOIL\T : Besides, the Old Dr. 'Hunter used!to say,. when: he could to Philadelphia, and' has not since been

-- "- 1S47. : all look alike not discover the.eause". 'of a man's sickness, heard of. The anti-slavery people of, Milford* .
rvoncit. "We'll try this, and well try that. 'We'll shoot! think the man shaved them, and therefore caution -.
qx WEEKS after date, the with a, leer in the tree, and anything falls well and good. the public against him, d color -:
Will apply! to the Honorable the I me old fel "Aye replied a wag; :"1 .fear' this is too com dress, and marks withas much fifelity as. .
v b4e for the County Duvai, for monlY' the case; and in'your shooting into the they would a stray beast! .

8ed.lStril1ion on the estate of : lodging?' said tree,:'the first thing. .: :that" Calls". '.is' the'patient..- MMB HWMMB 'aM HM I IMV V "*(. .

L- J. A. '" Deaconesses.-The Protestants of France,' as- .
l'i.ember IQlh. 1847. '''I don't like the loojcs of that man said a
i|: we learn from the Presbyterian's,correspondent,.. I'
'Ix 1\U 1'1(:"* r. country countryman who was spending a. few daysln are trying'to establish order of female,.rell-.
3 WEEKS after date, the / 'this looks town,'to one of our merchants the other day'- gi us laborers, under the, title of Deaconesses. ,"to :
UJ 1 apply to "Why "said, tl merchant uffhatddyq :see .'
III\. Honorable the -:- ut ; according to appearances, a kind Ptotes- '
: 7IOr the County of Duval, for ; mud about him?" ."Why, answered the strait- tant counterpartofshiCboho orders: of:Nuns-., i ,

*tntouoa the estate of day, when af ger' ."! notice:that he always: neakingitbutyonr'stOre3ust and.Sisters, and other kinds of( 1a1e.c" lipatel.;., .
ceU-ed.! .' beforerthV'-pnnterV boy-comes e.
a.: J. A. :: j ho ,1.M1' -
jmber 10th D.I along with-'the.. :. 'Kin, 'y sU, :says""the .4 -
1847. dwelling : papers ..D r,"tl.Th: "Argus states that Mr. Charles
L have ordered
.dinner. A merchant, "yes you are right} '
ftO s iaii .has declined toe appointment;
1'1(1 E. *' when isjimt on/that
the slopped
fi Lt paper my year: '
Persons : theJOoTeranenV of snperintea-."
hiving claims V the recently from
storeever .
a e oount. nobody I .beloningo "
r titn nf John very ; building M.Afford; ,liOe the thafellow'h s read It." dent. of.the :." ":; !
I ? v gets papctil ; .
: 0 ,
rt" decea.j within will present : t.'half a do -1 na.C4pitJ .Btp e' .,:t..t 1 H .. .cSFloiid-' ; ":( I 1*

: the time prt'. ., "', -... ,. } :' .. ., s
etI.7 "Ill be b1rred : ; ..- ",_ ." -" : itTiMi e-H '
and ;J Ti .1o
; ffl :, r le .
StitewjU been here be A servant girl applied tol";d iruggist a : 't 'Ji' ."'tj- '" 4foij'it
nuke payment to "' ot. was; .lbyHhVRoman GeneraxsitheirijrtumhsE ,.w fcli
SUSAN ,,- .. **! *v days sinfie forsxcCnwortbOtthe.'gIOX7f. (1 .
STAFFORD" travelling rhymeD She, had.beeb.entforxAloridc> 'of that'they.rmight; :; ; atem4:") !
you "
JOSHUA STAFFORD ? ,*" "** : !"
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!-t11hl ; : *> .- _;; blush continually at their own praises -
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"- : 'T n'i Nr.ft: W''S' ::; "A Sisi t":" 'Ionda"in N'ovember' >. ,the Seatinel i ? i le-it,'because you,can> go;without:slaves.' .Weof IHPi::: 'observe'lB&tifce; cry 11iD a 'DYING'GBO $l. O ,.'IdINO .1\ .

r* .. ::J.-h. : J I,,, [ gents that, .our State election for Governor. ;;;,Congressman .. ,"[: the /so cth,,cannot'settle,it>'-because distinction'we rhavelaves. 'cane'used! in these experiments. was plant. cane, Bwm, recoUe edthat, '".*, tlieKTnS> : ; ;;_ *
fi Itvestablishestftsderogatory, !whael&ribbV"' :btaheite rattoonsr ,
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; :; an were static State Coaeatioa .
.. t ,,JACKSONVILLE, __,' 9CTOBER29JU3; ; 7. ]Assemblymen J&c, should ,take p and te>t'dar ta Testablisn< ::an;Ica ualitynconsider ;Leus. This :811perlor'riC ees ;irt t I
d .
the I Itth'&j '
prof ;
es : : y.tlen.Vr
the came" JOt.: I always gavethriaeat4ofdt '
I day;; ;this suggestion;.we.. thee &f jhis]argument .m B :at
]highly approvet; It is Well: -knom; that" .in--a; i happy'tO meet southern gentlemen of char:; aloes r isttooned.cane,: pt ;tfOlDU1: 1f Raa ooateakd', 'aD4'an.W': .
:sparsely populated State, it is in most:cases a I aster; honor talents it'with: and,' ability; upon which thisquestion From,the above,_it is evident_ that the, ribbon;>> the opposing' candidate.. .Now,lid Att ( '.
Hc-w, is the privilege: Pair Il.6
matter.extreme .inconvenience to'attend the hey now have of representation: 'dispropor .cane contains a greater percentage of juice. and I na'WalGtt e:"A ambuu.it '

-. ''t polls. Many of the voters reside from twenty ,tinned to ours? ,The1---admi 'this to be an ine- ,that this :juIce contains a greater amount of I an4_WM'ffonvthfc: ts
'{ :IN ) .to forty miles from the places where they are uality[ and itew territory is admitted, open 'saccharine matter than either of the other. two i An tialaTery resolution which "IIIQ, ,-'

t STEAMER ST: )IA.TTJIEivs.-We. were much' held,and''cona luently they ;will be subjected, to slaves, is not that plainly i. an. augmentation" of varieties. : .But. ,the advantage of the,,otah ita pat'down by the triumphant "Old Haa >JT

. a rt i .gratified on Thursday last, with the re-appear under the-present laws to make two long 'journeys hat Now.I am no' 'prophet; ,,,7"nor"'am I .the. son of.- ,a cane-is'this/that'in- the warmest tropieafcounties ? -' As an evidence of.aide. strong.AboUtWfctis"of C

4 taco, of the St Matthews one of the Mail line. ) ''it the_minority" .on this sabj'Ae
where there is'necessity of more than prophet| Tmt'if were toprdphesyjTwill say wMchjire never visited 6y frost grows PI'atlr

She has been provided with a,new boiler, and one. ',The excitement of an election will also be here that the st subject upon which I should with astonishing vigor and luxuriance, rattoon solution which'was passed eta n.ee i .Held '

ti ,' thoroughly refitted in a manner which vastly :venture a prediction,would be the course which Albany after the rejection .
doubled,,and,in a nation where an election ,friends called the southern' Democracy ing;sometimes. : ,the height,of over, twenty ol'MrVAUBOU

improves her appearance and accommodations. but another" name for a bloodless- revolution., our will take upon, this or any other subject. The, feet Hence, in a climate adapted to it, this.variety and by his adherents. The victory .of'ti.o

Success to ,her enterprising owners, and may the less such an excitement is allowed to be predictions of the weather the almanac will would yield'a crop fer.exceeding that of Hunkers was truly a.victory for :the

,}. c I ,;. they reap golden harvest during the coming fanned, the better for the people. We cordially lit.the truth just as well as I can.' I hope that the others 'in volume. ,Even'.as' far 'North: asTampa Resolved, That we repudiate the I

season 1 approve of the suggestions of the Sentinel, and .the here other,are many party men, that, and will: I believe help 'us.there, That are,as-in,' ;.rattoonS tot the height,of ,twelve: or; ted majority to sere of!the the State Convention' ,whichate cacti&&it

t ii ,,M) The STEAMER WH. GASTON surprised us on trust that the Legislature will see fit to order 'when it comes to the vote, they will not vote to fifteen feet, 'But the ribbon cane is by far the the'cause of aggressive Democracy slavery.of .New YorkTl JM
That t'ere
f t, Sunday last by i its reappearance from Savannah both elections upon the,same day,.and postponethe admit a state with slave representation. It more hardy in its nature, and wherever the cane ] all such doctrines,' and all fellcwsafolSN

,'t A after an absence less'than three days, time for the commencement of the Sessionof seems to me that what occurred little here at Worcester planter is liable ,to have his crop''tAnched'wit( the subservient' professors fcf such '''creed''ra'
few will shed light
a days ; a upon the
o R t having thus performed two trips in one week. the Ge Assembly. As to the conflict between : that subject. I ago do not understand that by that frost, not a joint of any other variety should. he, .trines, Free of Jefferson States; that we,believe. in. tle" ;,
as enforced
We understand that in future, she will always the U S. Law and the State Law in relation convention, any purpose of adhering to the Wil: plant We may safely say then, that north of of,1787 ; ,that we may, approve, of the.the ordiaaa

m leave Savannah on Saturday morning instead .to tbs. time for holding the Presidential mot proviso was manifested.: I understand, on' the latitude of_ Tampa, the ribbon cane is the our faithful and honest Representatives eoxu follfgress ,

p{.;,, t .' of Tuesdays, as heretofore. election, it is almost incredible that such a blun- I the out contrary of the, that'deliberations the whole subject of the was assembly.scouted most profitable variety to plant; from the fact ,.who. voted for the WILMOT'PiovW 2 L
of the
der could ever: hive been committed.MAILS And there are Loco-Foco or Democratic men that it will grow'at least a month longer than members of the Legislature who 3SI

A*' TJIA1Ut GIVING.-The Governors of eight .f?,4 *'"f 1... _' .I bers in Maine and New,Hampshire. Is it quite the Otaheite and Creole; and that not being so that ed.them we,assure by their our,instructions Democratic and friends apP19 tffiL inTt.. "1'!

c states, namely:-Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts -. TO FL B.IDA.-In the St. Augustine certain t1i they will depart from the present sensitive to frost, the sugar manufactured fromit out the Union,''that no' natt er what m" '.- ,

Connecticut New York Missouri Herald, we find a tremendous reply to Senator Administration,' and Tote: for the Wilmot/pro- of
5 t ; will be far Pester:enamors valuable than that aspect .snrrender'or'Taallatio! >ra
i r I M ark Indiana and Florida, have already appointed WESTCQTT, and P. M. General JOHNSON, by :Mr. visoj made from,the other two: varieties., and ''venal majority may have given to the ..'
,!, ,It is here proper to remark that in one version mocracy of New_,York on this' ':
f ,, the same, day .to be observed with public FAIRBANKS, which rivals in bitterness the celebrated subject the daL
/ti which has appeared of this speech, :Mr. To ascertain the composition of cane juice, ocratic masses are true enthusiastic IDd .
I New ; ii.
thanksgiving, the 25th of November. Jersey" letters. The law and the '
', t. gospel and their own words are launched at WEBSTER is reported to have said ''N rtheni Pro McCurLOH: subjected,five ounces of fresh yielding stitution.in the cause of Freedom and't&i.(;a.:
{{ "
t iotaheite
,, i + 1 WALTON COUNTY.-A correspondent of the instead of"Southern" Democracy in the t; cane juice, of the specific gravity 9 de
the heads of the august offenders with the mo- What sentiments the- '
l / t Tallahassee Sentinel states that Walton has elected paragraph. Its whole tenor shows that he intended grees Beaume,' to a rigorous analysis by menuS Whigs >Neir Ytrt'.
mentum of a thunderbolt and fear that after entertain with
: : Mr:JOHN MORRISON (Fed.) to the House of all will the "Northern"'Democracy. But what of polarized light.. The following! ,were the results regard to the defeat of,t4a'Barnburner" .
they: compelled to knock under"and or Wilmot
F Representatives.. No majority is given. ever he said, he ought to know by this time that : Proviso 'cli q o0. .uT
grant the St. Augustine mail. Mr. FAIR be gathered from the following
Ft the Southern Democrats are not like his friends Water 81.36 paragraph' fc
; :t! I k WASHINGTON COUNTY.-: The"Marianna Whig" BANKS even insinuates that :Mr. WESTCOTT is the New York Tribune on the subject ,
the Southern and have from the commencement .v-
states that Mr. Jt W. COOK(Dem.) has been elected jealous, that he is manoeuvring to be U.S.Senator Whigs Crystallizable sugar, 18.07 "-That the Wiutox PROVISO should bYvoW

V** s V-1 to the House of Representatives from this ,in his: place. This is rich. But we think avowed themselves distinctly againstanyone Extractive matter, Of57 down or shuffled aside in any Convention In tit
who should favor the Proviso. As for State of New ."
York is rather
county. No majority is given. there is one portion of Mr. FAIRBANKS' letter ; hard to bear.",
that'iS the Northern Democrats, Mr. BUCHANAN, and 160.00 it is to be borne only four weeks., The Eectim r
which demands serious attention and
will it
Mr. DALLAS themselves. The But'Mr.; McCuixoH is of that this all right
have for
' spoken
; learn from the St Augustine where he shows the small amount of mail facilities The

.t 1s Herald that the Schr. Del Norte, from Key which are enjoyed by the people of this overwhelming triumph, of the Democracy .in extractive matter arose from imperfectly ripen therefore Tribune would have us uadentiat r

'i ; ; West for this place, went ashore on the beach portion of Florida. Several counties which Pennsylvania, is a noble endorsement of the ed cane. Hence ripe cane juice, when fresh, if Whig will, that be the next Le gislatareofH.1 Tori.

.' :4, f ; two miles south of St. Augustine Light, on the have nearly 200 voters do not possess a single opinions.its two greatest Statesmen.. Have contains only Crystallizable sugar. What do, our mongrel uncompromisingly Southern Whigs AbolitJoaat.

t: afternoon of the 16th inst. It is said that she post office. If Mr. FAIRBANKS will urge upon the Northern Whigs'.lone as much that? > say t$

' ,r the Postmaster the Outside And now Mr. WEBSTER puts the climax upon CUBA AND ENGLAND.
pr is can be got off without much damage. steamboat mail" '
d r 0 t. all that he has said to
before by recommending
r t: less, and mail service within the Peninsula a 'The threats against Spain'made by Lord PA L- CIVIL, WAR.
MAJOR LoRING.-We to find the the Whigparty opposition to slavery as a "po '
regret name
more he will merit the thanks of the
people of MERSTON, in the English Parliament a._ few, Massachusetts threatens South
S ',,, of Major LORING among those who were severely East and south Florida. litical principle." 1\1ind-a! political princi Caroliaraiwt
v months since were not 'exactly the vapourings terribly. Dire is
l war to
I i' wounded at the late battles around the city pIe. Not,as a moral one, but as a ool_ to bused e 181.iD.id tie:
of a bully who wishes to intimidate an opponent : plantations of K the Chivalry" and the
I ; of Mexico. This distinguished officer seems to MR. WEBSTER'S SPEECH. by Whig ambition. Oh! ye Southern "fietoneg.
>r into submission. No,one can be so. idle as of the calico baron. Blood and thunder
1'a; maintain his chivalrous spirit, and gives his fellow The true character, or rather want of character Whigs.What a despicable part. the "GodJike5 a to be

.+ ,t '. citizens of Florida frequent cause to be of that grotesque faction denominatedthe intends you to play;-that'of helpless and will to suppose that England would ever take occa the order of the day, and there is no.kuO'Imf'

r sion to commence hostilities against Spain, or whose,.-hat is td be knocked oiL
ir" w" suicides. Bear ti,
proud of him. "Southern Wing" of the Whig party, was ing
t that the latter unfortunate country would,eve r "Boston Herald-
., thatparagon ofAboli&t
t never more clearly manifested than,in the course .Sir, I can only say that in my judgement ware e

t ti tit r ; PENNSYLVANIA. ELEcTIoN.The'"Bulletin" which they have lately seen fit to adopt" in relation to use the first, and the last, and every occasion give her an opportunity to do so. The Secre journals-that peerless pearl of patriotic prints.

+ say that. .SKUNKS' majority will exceed'16,000.In which occurs, in maintaining our sen tary for Foreign affairs had an object in view "Ascertain whether there ..
r to the Wilmot Proviso. But one thing are any, iai tow
timents against the extension of the slavepower.
1 + the Legislature, the democratic majority of beyond that of playing the braggadocio, or affecting many colored citizens of Massachusetts nujnst-
was wanting to place a climax,upon their suicidal I speak of it now here, as in my seat ,
+ the House will range from 15 to 25. The Senate in an.unusual solicitude in Government to ly detained in South Carolina,or who hare belie .
1 course, and this they have done. The Congress, as a ,politicaquestonas a question sold from the prisons of that
prI1 for statesmen. discuss and and secure the payment of private claims. It paltqSt4tiimt.-
will probably stand 18 Federals to 15 Demo entertain, was
Whigs fastened upon the nation a ruinous bondage. If there be victims then
any proewi
act upon.' I do not mean to say that the moralpart one of the final moves .of a grand diplomaticgame. ,
crate Protective Tariff. The Southern Whigsvoted of the question is less important but it is to reprisals, since neither the lairs 6f tie taibn
V .' It was an excuse held out to Spain for nor the,General Government afford
THE. YELLOW FEVER is fast abating its ravages for it; knowing its injurious and unequal less pertinent to what we have to do.' Certainly ; Authorise the Government io usinltn.dress. *
I'do not: to that it is less committing some rashact which had apparently apply tie
in New Orleans Cold weather is beginning effects. The Northern Whigs opposed, the an. mean say ,important, three:fifths*rule to citizens of So tIi. tVrolin
r or not vastly more important,in other points of no excuse. The pertinacity of England in .
ti ; to drive it The the nexation of Texas and the Southern Whigs voted found wit a in our borders seize them) Hu-
Y r away. iC&yune'of view; but Ispeak of it thus, because this is the the acquisition of territory is well known.
vard Tiemonti'
s a" : 17th says,.that. on the night of the 15th a deci with theme knowing: that Texas was indispensable only'point of view in which I, officially, have With the University; at the '$ \wherever -
untiring energy of a sleuth hound ehe they can be found threefct'<.
1 the. to the Union and that i thing to'do with it. I am aware Sir thai ; e1tl) 'tw
ded white frost covered country in the no portion of any citizens of
I am using top much of this sunlight and I patiently follows her prey year after year, decade 'Massachusetts 'who are detained in,
; r of the and has doubt the confederacy gained by the movement or have been sold ,
neighborhood city, no that more from, South Carolioij uitl
hasten to end what I have to say by a few r e- after decade,.and century after century ,
Or'; rt its friends in the North can return home with than the Southern,, States. And now as a lastresort marks. if the number be odds take tiro for the(last one.
until the victim, weakened and exhausted, falls Empower him to shut them and treat than
'j of and hatred up
impunity. against Such are the opinions of,Mr. WEBSTER as a
$ into her That'Britain's
: grasping arms. greedyeyes precisely as our free 'negroes 'are! treated a
South, the Northern Whigs oppose the exten- candidate for the If he
1 THE SENTINEL says we are wanting in "can Whig Presidency. were have for ages been fastened upon Cuba i is I Charleston-to confiscate South Carolina property
sion of the Union, and the acquisition of slave- : National ,and to blockade South Carolina
Convention ;
approved by a we should porta.-
it' t : dor J courtesy, and good sense-for, insinuating an historical fact. The first public exhibition
holding States. Where do find the We should soon bring tlie.guilty oligarchy
we : !
Whigsin not b&surprised the southern
that Mr. CABELL has the least desire to be Whigs. voted. of her desire was made during the convulsions reason. We are she weak shea
)s -
this crisis. Like ;
victims and hand-' '
i ; the next U. S. Senator from this State.-Ahem! for him in a body. into which Europe ,was thrown by the French poor,: we are rich. We have' ,an :able-bodied;

:I.i. is -A little out of temper.-"All the talent and cuffed for immolation upon the shrine of fac- THE THREE. .VARIETIES, OF SUGAR CANE Revolution. But France and Europe combined population of nearly a million j,she barely tiro
tion-they silent-:terrified into hundred thous ."
'' w + 1; 'e all the decency," &c.-When the Sentinel has are submis- As the subject has been considerably discussed were too powerful to permit the act. In none n

bx allowed its fit of excitement to cool down, we sion.While among the sugar cane planters of Florida of the negociations made during the life of NAPOLEON I Magnificent! saPerb"PrettY good1, Thuk
IriiS'Vjl the Southern Democratic has I almost equal to the challenge Bombastes Puiipsjo. '
shall allude again to the subject. press which of the three varieties is best adapted to could Great Britain obtain even a foothold
been the first to denounce the part which the .
our climate and which can be the most' upon her long coveted island. But the
THE LIVE that this
i% OAK.-Weregret spirited Northern Democrats have taken in the matter "
Ue who dares
this boot
unhappy dissensions which have since distracted displace;
: t' little sheet is.no longer, in existence. The fifteenth what have the Southern Whigs said of their bly'cultivated, we deem it will not be uninteresting .
i Shall meet Bombastes face .
face to P
to before Spain have changed the face of things. Thiswretched
lay our readers the results of
number its death song. But Northern confederates They have. either defended -
ro some experiments, as given in the report oi f i victim of anarchy has neither friends s We especially congratulate: :the South (Jarolk
t we perceive that,like that of the Phoenix, this them, or thrown the odium,of the Wil- I
Prof. at home or abroad. Louis PHILLIPPE'S is mans upon the estimate which tie MMSsachusetta
;i McCuLLOH. These analyses seem to have policy high .
death is the to and
,t: song only prelude a new mot Proviso entirely upon the ;Democracy.But .-
been most carefully and to place a French prince upon the Spanish Abolitionists ace..upolt'them.-J':
performed although p
al, stronger existence which is to be embodied from have they ever called attention to the Whig

!; ; et + the ashes. Mr. OC !ONNELL gives us a prospectus Abolitionist press of the North? Have they they differ somewhat from others that have for throne. If this could be effected, possibly he Three. South Carolinians are exactly equivalest}

t' ,of a new weekl family news paper, entitled ever alluded to the Abolitionist resolutions of merly been made, there is no doubt but. that !would connive at the seizure' of Cuba by Great it'secms, to two free muJattoes! .Masswanwtt*

""The Genevian"-to be published in quarto Whig Legislatures Have they ever publishedthe they can be implicitly relied upon. Britain. .' is rich. SouthCarolinai_ poor.-- ,Massftcto, ttj- ,.

form, containing eight pages, at the city of speeches of Whig Abolitionist orators? RIBBON CANE.-19.4S3 ounces of this variety As a single instance of the feeling in Cuba has a population of a million: South Carolina

r III Geneva, in Coffee county, Alabama. We heartily At the late Massachusetts Whig State Con having been rolled in a small hand mill,. it, yield upon this, subject, we annex a lctierpubJished' can ,only',number two hundred thonsaad1: A.

wish its enterprising, editor success in his vention where DANIEL WEBSTER was nominated ed 11.024 ounces of juice of the specific gravityof .in the N.Y. Courier and Enquirer. As this is a grand' set-to between the belligerents vpulM;

.; '. new undertaking. for President, the God-like-made a'lengthy 11 degrees Beaume' together with '7.886 Northern Whig paper, and one whose facilitiesfor be uninteresting... An army"of sOuth'ans CwroBak

i" Want of patronage is the reason assigned for speech, in the course of which he defined his ounces of moist begassa. Hence 0.573 is the obtaining information from,foreign countries in their"well 'known uniform _of gold ? *,

weight of the juice lost and retained the perhaps those of. -other tacles and black -silk cravats, arrayed agttift
,f the discontinuance of the Live Oak, -a want position upon the Wilmot Proviso question.- on areiP. unequalled by any .

. which is severely felt by all the Florida Press. He has, of course, committed himself thoroughlyand mill. This moist begassa having been dried for journal,in the Union, it cannot but be interesting the Abolitionists' :under -an. .experienced,K .*

t '.y i 48 hours, at the end of that time weighed only in these days of Wilmot provisoism tooth e General, might:fill.-i considerable diversco.. .
irretrievably against the South. He ,
3.510 ounces and had therefore lost citizens of the southern '
bjr evaporation states. tnba'.isno. ...
find in claimed the merit of having originated the Wil
the Sentinel of the 19th gnat '
,an [C03iIINICdTtD.1
4.376'ounces of If this bowed down She
water water-, as by agrindinidexpotism. may
article mot Proviso. :;He "would, never consent that "
calling attention to a singular discrepancy recent TERRITORIAL ACQUIsmON.,
is probable, was united with one fourth its own soon be .absorbed by the grasping .power of
which exists between' the U. S.r Law, which should. appropriate to themselves weight of then the t' contained Shall the ; :;Tte'United. States'of',America, are. equal ,toeserved .
sugar mo begassa England. United-StateS.lookamelt >- '" '
the -- '
all benefit .
establishes the time of holding the election for and honor of it" He "de nation and ,
5.470 any on Dearth;; they stand d *
ounces of./juice. Hence the ribbon npon"this? .
nied .
the of _
Presidential priority their invention"Mr.
electors and that head
unrivalled the
was pass 'ly at ofre ub1iC8.'
cane consisted of: [HAV4NA: Sept..22 J847.:
hi ed by our.own.Legislature during the lasts of course, adopts the Whig conservative '
; Woody fibre .12J40; The press is so restricted,and private correspondenceI unexampled success of our political institutions .
sion. The United States law provides that the policy inlts fullest extent He'dare ih"this' : island !tbat' avfperpetuate '
Saccharine juice, 87.60 ::8 ,dangerous( ;yo a formed so preeminently to insure
:.4 electors President and Vice President, shall not object to the ,spread.of liberal institutions, man t yet have'learned.the.excitement and the ',blessings offreedom rand relk
be appointed in each State on the Tuesday next but he. thinks our territory is already large "- 100.00 secret: indignation which prevails, throughoutCuba "
gionsliberty'tA sea..
; 'J itsPAP1g e411.p ;
1 since the of letters from -Madrid ,
t after the first Monday in the month of November, enough. And why Listen ye Southern Whigs; I Thus it appears that only 62 per cent of'.the 'has confirmed, the receipt probability.of this pearl; of them in.the'front political "r fom .thraag -

of the year in which they are to be appointed.The -hsten to the words of your Northern Oracle! '88 per cent of juice in the cane was .eXpresed.1Probably : theAmericanseasbeingtransferredtoEnglan'Those \ d. ut'ine world; and: their .em!ient'aucee J and,

i Statute of our own State designates "the .It does appear to me.a very dangerous,experiment the begassa of large niilis'contains.. a nearest,the;confidence. of.t e home government <', in the,art, (Government 'showsup th .
toextend the' The progress . ,
territory entire
United faith
34th day the 1st in Decem- similar proportion. give, but Borrowing tooth,
preceding Wednesday v t
t States over a new unknown: tract of land;larger rumors of the mortgage or cession of the Island "as an, example that has"andn I t in. Iu try'{

4ri &r,unless it should be on Saturday or Sunday. than the old Thirteen, and run the 'chance .CREOLE: ,:*CANE." .' ,f -From' IG.0'72'ounces, of.this. to England ; yet rio one dares.say"much openly: be'followed, by all:nations who feel that they: ,

t t t; Now, applying these laws to the election ,in 'amalgamation.: More enterprising spirits may' variety, 9.399,ounces 'ofjuicef.wereobtained.ofthe : ; oh this,tender subject g roan underthe oppressions of. hereditary, h
t chose to undertake it but I .- .
1848, appears, that the U. S Law appoints notsee.he, total derangement, hesitate.which it Who creates does? .specific,,gravity 9 degre BeaumBeing; ; The Spaniards'say:they.would rather see, this ernments.-- .

Tuesday the 7th of November while under( the ': similarly treated, it exhibited.thefollowingresults : j of*,their 'crown": funk into the''Ocean'tliass : ,:
Suppose ten States,or even five States, to be admitted l *. ... gem ; ,It is ,perfectly natural then for those stf| :
t a r St&tute.t, own State, the election will takeplace ;' theywill have!, one,, Representative : i' .*. to say other dominion..' :'The Creoles=wha"aWhot'permitted who'r struggling for freedom, ,to look to ti*I|

Friday,.the 3rd! of November. each state, and two Senators; and here, comes, W d* fibr r-j: ':, : :' '.' .13.50': ,. toihave opimons'phnational"affairs 1IUnitedJStat: sno b
t" 1 *'Jf"1'' maintain a studied andpimnous silence, ; only,for.thy, t
I m- in ten new senators, shall I southern Saccharine '
( senators juice say ; i'
The law of the United States is of course the ... .. '
t ?) with only,five Re resentatives. :'Doane t. ." ." ..\ ...c'.. They are ',calculalingyin1thve 'recesses' of theirhearts'How'.mucb for cotenanceiaid, ,and protection.conceive -
a one which .must be followed, because the 4th every one see that that..breaks, "-!up all' the proportion Y""- "'.; +1". '100.00-< ', :' :longer it will. be'possible for: '. .it'io"b$'but SLA honest duty to, do, ,

Section of Art. 2, of the-Constitution of the U.' all ,the regularity conhectedwiththeGqverument ; : In this variety'only I. abouttJree-fourths}; of feeble) and::distracted' Spain to' hold' in bondage ,have bee and''would,'be; 'd'ne'by--:th
lt ,thie'distautrealm': ; with more than:million;::ofinhabitants'abundant ;
&provides'that Congress "may:"determine jthetime and,its perpetuity, ?, ,,. C- ,, th&juice were expressed.*?, :* -; :***.*-"q.. resource so near a'country tfierecanbe! no rcason,:bii t.; ,*:selfish.;,one,

i cf;choosing! electors,",and: this having been So then bid,WEBSTER commences With t a horror OTAIIEITE:CANE.rrFrpm i' ::1'i: .385a',ounces0:' ;t rich;,-in military stores} ;iri ; lee 1d !can provt ostthe :United. :States-from .ex .,

done by Congress thelaw. is paramount and. of beholding an influx of southern senators'in ; 'them'and,'above alL'with'a; iinierfUd s8 o
this. variety/were obtained o\502:. ounces iJ\\lce .. : thatouritenan ,ai'd and';protection '.
; .
= "*" '
ales -Z i* *" "- *' **- ** brave,
But he J it- intelligent; nbeftyflojr&jf'sonaij;
Jofjightercolor more
must be followed by Legislature of each individual Congress; .no danger:fin'havingnorthern t ; t' ? 1f1
-" \ rapparently.cleanerthancthaiobtained : ; contineSi America
-' ? ; 'thaq ready io-use,With skill and Jhese cases.upon the jo ,
State. 'The'Iaw of, Florida in'relation senators. ,f tom Iowa,:to.;the.Pacific: from::either'of,the.:other' ..varieties r r o t: 'P o tent"elementa'of.; ''Independence energy?: -It SpainXere'not :.Voice.. of the"people de rndncs. ?them,:to ch

t r to this subject_ muBi have, ,been, passed m:' gno- We .can' admitt.'. '",ten'.free" states. '-But it:willd&rah88 -..., eane. "'alidofthes. citio'g.jiti" fjo A' i. A.' mad'and blind 'she would know herselfpbwerlessto thqirform: goveraiSientr: & .voluntary
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of the law f-* '** t Tjt- *+; < '"retain: ;' isubjectionm! ;; JHoi "t' .,
Congress ,
rance \ Jaw o :Beauing., 'Under,.similar"ireatmentthe, .. i 'results t :therefore,.ofihe people, of iforeigit:
db1our'; ,next Legislature we shall a corresponding? ? ,number of ;southern i_ ;|j tat'And. ': ". '. .c"'i". ":.; ", thiai younv lggroua'and resdlutepeopleRbshe' om, Jt? 1'i:
were/: JvWb6dy.fi1
is'&m.er ; -*'; (* \ r"\: '! ahenat flLand( diving: to des tion 6' comeIn to ibis.:V1reatJJnion- asonestato. ;
t thereforo hey). 'xc1uded'. from the next Presidential '.how, .doeathe.J < ''G d-1ik- '??.new. .,the WilDiot" .: : *'_ ?. '.. t' 14.d3r'Saccharwe :t,. : it' c "',:'.:". -' l'" ; t': t", t'aot' diswgardeptby.the
her.cruchetions mari h tQ bo
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; Hear a southeniWhigs! ni !.... }..
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election.' .. ye ; "-t v J..1 bawotiid""bij' '
I : !.; ',Undex a.good government : thY nlstr; .doer! : qWjfajp government 1.. ;,
it is herelonto'amend theca ..:_ "But'there,is oneHhing' ':of'.which1:'8oJ1tI erj '> ,. .. :. ir ; ; ;. !" ''Edeii'of Ameidcauader'psin' i sliQlsbut: :" ri-i t .
.As, ,.necessary. .._, ,. ,f..lt;' .....tt .. .,.fc "j4apoAoj2p ., :thoritto .t diheaaomplishmeirtpfdepenas t .
t. ' the '
f ,. .State. so,_ : l'j> 4 cent: the :eVmei ; A "'1\ ; tbo'.unpoitan j ic *
s 4 *V 41* provision the'1'Pllntat promo,i ubeanae' ,..aa ; per '("of:- "t B_ ..... ,'' ..,,,..cenC'pf...,, .. .tJie', r .atloti, g a:plaitonttie.triaetof : ". ,:- ;tircjy;:apses:l- '.ff.. .

Lj t 1 .? itctors shall K tall'upo,*, thVuesdaynextafter- -*." "'I"'f v ?*- ;- ?:, ;>/|{,.they''.; .t'fciiii'-; .....". "' hr', : ',Yonoftee'. .,. .. ,J"r-! ,:i,.": -Cans r."I'/r. ..'..i juicpw' 1 vf., yff l":,:','''re' .4L1ii.,.r ..ed-5, 'i'D",."."*-..&hJ'*"'.-', "r'--MI..f'.r. ....!.it.X.j, .;,.," '.>.--i,),*i.:*?.;-ih,<,-.,,f5J, f"!:'t,V. -t( ,; ,>-, <'- 't.t,' ".,Ut,.,, Q ) !I\ ;;; 'tti t D I'-; ,-,{ ,('a; }iltr, k lftQ. 1h'G'U"oi) .t-'t. or'. id..;:: cu 1i i I

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pthe' probable injury the Union Extract 4tfaletterfrlmaforagnertotieovmeT- .. .Tkese.--o".I!eao'. troopsi'sre..tlie' .remfi' -.. k ,.'. x'.J''. ..OTlinE"t.'y.7 t.-;,: '' 'r'-'v." ,. ;,. ::
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rial house. ;<3- rants of the ': 't. -lt: : .t : :; z. ::'1T..8" ."1i8l'.1teIe ;
fn by the refnsal to anneL 20a000'r=rho. .defen&4 SlXwEEKS after date;the.UnctmSPehiU -: ta. 't: .F } \.
.MEXICO;8ept28184tOa the BY
city no. longer than two .' i: ,
rights of ago. ? ,, Hon.Judge.otProbate "out'Vth ,\ t
-'de rights of discovery, the 9th the armistice was suddenly:broken '. Some tjw :l1l d8J ..
I people hope that.'PeDCe will be adages, county of.DuvaL for Letters Admis&tratien faith rth ;'f
and alloccupancy of Gen'Scott of; : .l 'Diatriet\ rJi.-La. ;"a .
rights of conquest, off, in consequence having ted by several n'otUie.ti *Congress at :the '.r. '
estate of Oran Bazterjjate of said coat Josiah t'
I ia'Plaiiiti Cd .
Col eli _
and he
come at once to the naked fact, considered it infringed therefore. demanded Q e tarp, but form t part I do.nofrbeHeve it I seceaaed. oaoLrEs. : ;:TsyIe > .-
; I .
we that hostilities The ;, r .,. ; Defendant- 'h": 1.4:a l 1
d an apology or should ;folly of these_people.is not at an end.= v, 'f '" vJpoa "
to nt this yet : 00129,1847. 6w the first
dityoftheopposiUtn, on the 7th at 12 o'clock. But nutte Wheninll ;\ .. 'pat .III., .,n 1., > /Xetxten.'l
commence they 'open their"eyes" to their true ..
i taBeall[ belongs to the generation. of its ing was done until the 8th, when a battle commenced ,interests Never. :This"la'my. Jeaf.:>'.. i .. ; !Notice,; "T the houraof; ,z L m.' ePjj-m.of at ":-: .
I day e% at
p actual at mo- in front of Chapultepec ch" AU communication 'hereby given 4'thatthecnderslgn.ed has taken ; pubic: 'Abeat of tbic rt ..
'tinb in the possession any was ; with. ,. ,the;,interibr,, is cut I8 Bouse'iD.tle Ci+t1' ,' .:
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the right of' warmly contested by both parties. _The Ameriicans ofiv .' letters.Testamentary on the estate of =! e. tibe .
Jerefore who question '
can title&l.d
it :
right interest
retire with loss .1 >i.slid CornelK
to of Burnett
had a 800 or 1000 -" -" .* i Mrom ;deceased,late of Hillsboronghcounty -* J ,
Ji bitants this independant community men the Mexican loss was considerable, but 'and State of: Florida. All.persons' indebted ua Taylor had on' the JOthof Ha .l843 in,and; ,. t
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The '
,following is the of killed the ?'
total to following "
H choose or change their form of gov- well.know the difficulty' of ascertaining and wounded to the said estate,are'requested to make tracts oii :: :
to you pia '
the late on\ihe =
actions Attract St..
we.takesit from the JbhnY *
deb ihJ th ,
lost Gen. ; t
Has the personelle the governmentto correctly. They Leon of Oaj, andSen. Delta:. immediatepayhent; and aQ haying'curia'agalnst month of said river,'called'the PJz''bUt' < :
both brave ; ,. rr',
citizen the same
Balderas soldiers e are notified to:
they present
to do with that of foreign govern- ; BiDiv lled. Wounded\Mis .land,situated inDuval County.State Florida !
their duly autheaticatedfor"settlement The said
died heroically 'leading ;
on The v : atate
troops. .
of the 1. Gen. Worth's 140 '766 and bounded the AWM 'JfphSi! .1
connected with the business battle was fought principally by the National 27 .U.RpP to be solvent: ,, ( by the 8.
- 2. Gen. Dir. River oh the East
Twiggs 36 194 10 by J et1Da.
i-n ,
Guard, the regular having fled in the MARY BURNETT Executrix. Creed.with nt '. i
not army .
I .
early ,
fIIIA opine 3. Gen. Pillow's Div. the meanders of said '
21 to
111 Creek
. tt.taiJ of the action and in 10 Tamp Oct: 29 1847. ;8wCLEKXS Kjng'a J oaC
the oCG part ; truth in all the : ,
lieD u the practice of kingdom i affairs to the 4. Gen. Quitman's Dir 41 267 ;. thence along:said road, to lands of Lewis l'tfat

has been to take under her protection, have shown up themselves abandoning of the city they .- OFFICX CIRCUIT COUT 'Vi tairjjon. the 'Westjbj the. 8t Johrfa. river
than perfectly worthless.Oa Total .238 1338 47 Columbia thence ng"1riUi the river";id it
j make war for the defence, of more the 12th at break of day the Americans County, ? the'place of
iO still to do so as commenced Killed, wounded and missing in the'four divisions Oct 29, 1847.' ) beginning; ,this' tract conforming to a plat:'of 1
I:,rfon, claiming the right not the continued the cannonading whole Chapultepec, which of Gens. Worth Twiggs Pillow, -ud NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons haT survey made by Z. C. 'Gibbs, on file :in'&e 8L t 9Y
day. the 13th .
..srfingtotheusageofnationsr-has commenced they Quitman 1623. in.this Court,,'that the,cost bills 'JOW' Circuit Coiirt,;under a decree of partJ.
Id States the same right, but more holy till 9 when firing again, and kept it up from 5 i each case will hereafter be made out,'presen- tion, made by the St. Johns' Superior Court,in..

P" their protection gives a.and m. they succeeded in taking the Bmitzerlarul.-At the sitting of the Swiss Dieton ed for settlement, at the close:of: each Session .1827,and containing about"six hundred acres. liI

,Jrirfiteous, because soil we occu- castle, immediately followed up their victory the 3d of September, the following decreewas or> said Court :Plaintiffs would. do well to"Attend Also,a tract of land,known as the Forbes.Tract ; ,' a
Pty, to man. The right i to the to the garitas of the city, where they were issued: to this notice. r- ;' bounded on the:South: by'\ J lands'.bel 'g* ,

cornfright met by a most obstinate resistance and did not "In conformity with articles I and'. 18 of the 'Oct 29. S.:SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. LewisMattairontheWat by the Ejn ,

all generations enter that night; but on the morning of the compact, the Diet is bound to watch over the y AA -AA the North by the.North fork!of"'i';,':

because die thereon one 14th, the American army commenced entering maintenance of order and the"internal security i .Circuit Co l 1. ,, ...... Creek, to the mouth,thereof. and rrca this:,
and ,
com to maturity, the city, and at 7 their flag was waving over of the Confederation. j EASTERN ,CIECTJJT :FLOBIDA:. In .AND FOR mouth of said Creek to the mouth ota hId of;"}

Leafier another; who can say to theitineration the palace, or what the Yankees have called the j'Considering that the existence and,the,secret COLUMBIA- Couirari the sea, about one mile South of the'St, ,JobiwF[ ,
: >
ye shall be buried here?- Halls of the Montez Jnlls." At 12 o'clock the practices of the Jesuits are incompatiblewith !Sarah Hunter, ) In Chan '. vfcVS Light House and on; the East by the'ieikbeaej_ '

even their posterity can say it! much previous night Santa Anna with all his troops the order and peace of Switzerland, and i .. 9, : : ** to the place,of beginning, and ''.coBftrmujg to.;:; 1y
Jone jot from left the city, leaving the inhabitants at the mercy seeing in fine their particularly in Elijah Hunter, ) B U1 for'bivorcej plat of survey.made by Joshua.' ,;onfitet
presence, ;
l jaIlen-burial is a right of the invading and before day light Lucerne, one.of the cantons of the Directory: : IT having'been made to appear to the satisfaction in the Duval Circuit Court, under'a decree''ot h I

6e bT ;and both are .one aright common to the place was entirely plundered by the lepe- "Decree, : of the Court, that Elijah Hunter partition of the Duval County Cewrt in.1839,:;....

and in defence of a common right, it is ros and prisoners of the ex-Accordada,who.had "1. The question of the Jesuits is within the the Defendant in the :above named cause,1 resides and confirmed by the Circuit Court of the/ I

ah mmand; right to make war offensive and detrfittf escaped or been let loose. At 7 o'clock partial competency of the high Diet. out of the State of Florida and.beyond the County of Duval,at the Hay Tenn,.IS47--eoD". i
IfI' shots were heard in the city, fired by the inhabitants "2. The cantons of Lucerne Schwytz Friburg jurisdiction of this' Court On. motion of Washington -. taming about one thousand sevetthuBdred and,
principals or auxiiliaries: The com- on the American it M. Ives, Esqr Solicitor.. for the complainant sixteen each ,
army as was en- I and Valais in which the Jesuits are established acres- tract being a part ot the : *
jlight I contend for in this connection, is tering. It soon became a brisk fire, and contin- : are invited to expel them from their. terri- i. Grant made by the Spanish Government toAn-w _
communities of men have a ued pretty severe during the day. The Ameri- I tories.. It is Ordered, That the said Elijah$ Hunter, drew Dewees, on the 3rd ,day of September, .

I yafopendent> soil which they are born as a cans fought bravely, and plundered those hou- "3. The admission in future of Jesuits into be required appear to the complainants bill of 1791, and confirmed to his widow and heirs, 011.' ,

r! t to the upon ses from which the shots proceeded (or,from anyone of the cantons of Switzerland is inter- complaint, within four months, ora Divorce fro the 4th day of,May, aid tracts include ,
oeef burial, as well also to the free use of theE which they fancied they came) so that many innocent dicted." 'tonfesso will be taken against Urn. the town of Hazzard,:the steam saw mill,on the. -

d lIcts thereof; "for the earth is the Lords and people suffered in person and property.The And it further Ordered, That a copy of,this beach, and the scite on which the St Johns' '

LfcfliKW thtreyf.3 Therefore when the exer- troops were much exasperated, and I can An imperial ukase has been promulgated in Order duly certified by.the Clerk of this Court, I Light House stands.. t

is denied the iscirfol scarcely blame them. The following day firing Russia which commands all civil functionarieswho be published in some Newspaper' printed within ROBERT AHERS Marshal, i I
jjt'jf rights government
these .
ceased, although some partial excesses were possess a fortune to state exactly in their the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week By his Deputy, G. HUUTBKSTS. .F

and an usurpation. committed. On the 16th things were a little returns by what means they have acquired if. consecutively for four months. U. S. MarshtTs Office, ) fl .t

gull it be saiJ that colonies are part and par- wstored to peace, and up to to-day have become THO: DOUGLAS, Judge. St. Augustine. Sep 17,1847. S' .; !

..irfthe parent State or rather shall it not still more tranquil. On Monday, the 20th, a Delicacy.-A lady in Washington recentlyran Clerks Office, Circuit Court, } I N. .-The reservation of four acres, including b '

the children How has the few of the shops opened, yet most of the principal excited and out of breath, into a store and Columbia County. the Light House, will ,first be offered for
itsidthey arc long ones are still closed, as the want of confi- on being asked what caused her apparent alarm I, STIRING. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of said Court sale as above, and the remainder &separate ,

col under the laws of modern nations, the dence is great. she replied that "a gentleman com had almost do hereby certify the above to be a true copy tracts, made known on the day and at the plac. ,

r,1rtIJ the exclusive enjoyment of the profits The Mexican population are far from being hooked her in the street, and she ran to avoid of an Order duly made and entered'of Recordin of sale. .If

tfitbbor of the child not exceeding twen- satisfied, and there is every reason to believe a him."-N. Y. Sunday News. the above entitled cause, on the 25th day. of .. ..: .
reaction will take place. Gen. Scott is taking October A. D. 1847. NOTICE. .
friTeyears. Now, hall it be said that commas great precaution to prevent outrages, and 1 "Ah dear doctor, how is my wife to-day?" IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 'hereunto ALL Persons directly indirectly interested R-

have any or greater rights than the must say to the credit of the Americans that The doctor shook his head, and saidyou set'my hand, and caused the seal of hereby notified by undersign, ;
jjjiiluals of that community. The affirmative they have behaved with much more prudencethan must prepare for the worst" I [L. S.] said Court to be hereunto annexed this that in conformity with ax'Act'of the Legisli ? If

could have been expected under existing <.What,'"said the husband "is 'she likely to I 25th day of October A. D. 1847. ture of Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for
tttH be absurd. Again, can the parent trans- the re-establishment of the Records ofthe -
circumstances and the inhospitable reception get over it ?" S.SCARBOROUGH. Clerk. Conn-- ,
fosiullegiance his child to another, or can they met with. It is a pretty well known fact Oct. 29, 4m ty of Columbia, and for ether Purposa o approX iJ.

toiSssance be changed except by the actual with us that the American army have lost since ';FTf. ,Lah r Sugar"-The New York Express ved January 6th. J847 iIstrret she has',filed in thenClerk's t

emi death of the parent Shall we then they left Pueblo, in killed, wounded and death notes a sale in that city of"free labor" Laguay- ,PROCLAMATION."VTTHEREAS Office of the Court for said j'g
say from fatigue and other c-J.uspg about 4000 men ra sugar, but the prices paid did not show that. County, a paper writing, purporting to'be a f Ii
ltthepart'nt state can transfer the allegiance and upwards of 170 commissioned officers the Abolitionists were very anxious to help the copy of a schedule ef her property owned aDd

jfas colonial dependencies to another, a foreign their real loss 1 cannot positively state. Assas-, yet "free" producers by paying high prices. Indeed held at the time of her marriage with John W. P f I

nit! It is sold that. the present state expends sinations are daily committed in the barrios the range of the first lots.((5 a 6} c) was Powers,,and filed in accordance with a Law of .f
less than the current rates for New Orleans the Legislative Council af,Florida, approved '
and ought to receive compensating (suburbs) on the straggling soldiers. At 8 o'- .
Jcjeiums or Brazil slave and the sale March 6th, 184, 'ntitreil. Act to secure
clock at night all is quiet, and there is not a Cuban grown sugars, to
tatrm Suppose she has-what of that; all was finally stopped. ,The doubt certain rights to women." r
soul to be seen in the streets ; windows and cargo was no "
ei1dm1 ire expensive; but who ever heard doors are barricaded, and the ladies keep in imported at suggestion of these hypocritical And also a paper writing purporting to be s, .. :
who in their : Thanks and praise are due copy of the last will and testament of Henry V: '
own estimation too
fanatics ,
fblfrM was the price of painful ignorance both night and day, and our once merry city are ;
wears a sombre aspect the trail of the pure to beg or consume slave labor products, Y V from the good people of the State of Florida Ellis,late of said county. The original having.
Gf.toy that of liberty and learning? or that over it. Gen. Scott has; declared martial serpentis law and yet can see no sin in grinding to the dust to the Author; of All Good for the health, been destroyed by fire on the first day.of' November t
the fwrarg battlements of numberless castles and enforces it strictly. In relation to the Mex- the poor of their own color, many of whom, so prosperity, and other blessings which we, as a 184&r the introduction, of said copies. J:

and tAe daag of standing armies, were not the ican army, I can merely give you the rumors ; far as servitude .comfortable subsistence are people have been.permitted enjoy during the made for the purpose. of perpetuating .the ob-v' ;; i

BsjmaoltjraLny and oppression As a con- some say they have gone to Queretaro, under concerned, would be glad exchange places. current year: t. jeCts of the original papers. .' -.-..-_. : ,
the command of Herreru, where the Govern- with the southern slave.-Mobile.Herald. Therefore it is proclaimed that THURSDAY, 'JIABRIET.POtnm ,., ". I
Hjuence are the maladministrations of the parmt ment will form itself. Santa Anna is thought to the 25th November next,be. set
state to be risked upon the children of be in the neighborhood of Puebla with 2000 The Commissioners appointed at the last throughout the State as a day of Thanksgiving Biverfla. Oct 1, 1847. 3m ::y- !

I ie coli1Il unto the end of time? cavalry, and it is said Gov. Childs has fortified session of the Iowa Legislature, to select anew .and Praise to,Almighty God. NOTICE.I M

Does it become himself on the heights of Loretto, which you Seat of Government, have selected a spot on a Given under my hand and the great Persons indebted to the estate Samn--,<:
who burst from the ALL
us political .
know commands the city. There are many beautiful prairie in Jasper County, thirty miles [SEAL.] seal of the.State, at the CapitoL.this E. Swilley, late of Lowndes County-

bonds that bound us to the bosom of our other rumors; which may be true, but they are from the geographical center of the territory. 15th October, 1847. Georgia, deceased will make,immediate: pay.

mother England, to say to the people who are too vague and indefinite to trouble you with.- They call it Monroe City. W. D. MOSELEY. ment to the Subscriber;. and those having;

itrinng for the same rights, peace be still !- One thing, however, is certain; we are in a October 22, 1847. claims against said estate must present them
"aght re not rather to be of most critical position, and God only knows Two tickets were sent to Mrs Partington,'for n- All papers in the State copy. fbr payment to the Administrator within the 7
say, come, one us. what will be the result. Johnson's concert; with the following note:- time required by law or they will be barred of- ;

%crumbling despotisms attest the truth of I have a good opportunity of knowing the ;,Mrs. Partington will please accept,'the disclosed A CARD. recovery. W M. D.;BRANCH,AdnVr.

fepoterof people will; and lofty mon- feelings of the people, and my opinion is that tickets. In the performance to which New Tailoring: Establishment. Marien County, Aug.20,1847 8w. .

ins dread the sway our example may have we are further off from peace than ever. they will admit her it is hoped she will be high- MR. F. RICE, of Charleston S. C? wouldinform Administrator' Notice; .

"stlie chained millions ly dedicated and perused, and that it. will merit the citizens of Jacksonville and Persons having demands against the es .
of their -
jxts. benighted Copy of a letter written by a foreigner to one of her elegy. vicinity, that he has commenced the, TAILORING ALL of, William 0.Thomas,late of Alach-
in Vera Cruz BUSINESS in all its branches in this place, will -the ,
his countrymen (a Frenchman.) ua county, deceased present same.,-
Asia i can it be said that the effect or conse- MEXICO, Sept. 28, 1847. How to Fry Fishf A. writer says, fish shouldbe and trusts by superior Cut and Workni within the 'time prescribed by;'law to the subscriber -'

Swnaof i military operation against a foreign My Dear Sir I avail myself of the departureof cooked in this manner "Put the fish into to merit a share of public' patronage. He will or they will be forever barred, and all "

KBT."as the the British courier, to sketch you the scenesit the fat while the fat is boiling hot; and there keep constantly on hand fresh supply of the those indebted will make payment to ...- ,-.: t
_ moving cause of the war? or raItordoa has been my luck to witness in the capitaland should always be fat enough for the fish to float. best French and English Cloths Cassimeers,and ALLEN. THOMAS. ,,Adm'r.. .
not war always dcvelope sequels ut- its environs. If th\fish is put into cool fat of what is not Vcstings. September 17, 1847.. 8w :: ;:

at the commencement of the The Mexicans have been beaten in all points boiling.hot, it absorbs all the fat and is not fit ALSO, a variety of ready .made Clothing, .
the 8th to eat. If the fish is put into shallow fat it suitable for Jacksonville trade., which will be NOTICE. : 7 .
in from
and to the 13th inst. '
can that way {
we every
say policy must General Santa Anna left the the falls to the bottom of the pan and burns adher- sold cheap for Cash. SIX WEEKS after date the undersigned -
_ be immovable, shall be tried by ex- capital on eve- 15 '47. tf apply to the Honorable the Judge of''
without Jacksonville
ning of the 13th, and took the road of the inte- ing so close that it cannot be taken out ,October .
l aalj shall Fried should be cooked Probate for the County of Dnval 'for Letters.o.t
in fish
permit delays to see effects, rior. On the 14th, in the morning, the Americans breaking pieces. Runaway 'Negro Caught ;

bathe reason thereof has wholly changed entered the city in a very quiet manner, quick have and trouts or smelts,munchcr.cooked well, will. TAKEN UP, and committed" to Jail in late Administration of said County on the'EstatepfJoseplAly deetU d. ;,"- '. _
bones to trouble the ,
I tot unlawful to do evil that good may and Gen. Seott was already in the palace, whenon no J Jacksonville, Duval County, a negro JOSEPH A. .BARBEE, t5.

Jteit is just, proper, and right to make a sudden the people of the low classes commenced Passengers t. man, about 25 years of.age, five feet six' August 13th. 1847.. ''6ir: : ;.' 7 .
throwing stones on the Americans from inches in height, black complexion, ..
'a< use of a good that has arisen out of an the top of the houses, and from all the streets Per Mail steamer Ocamulgee, from Savan- and gives.his name 'as FRANK: He says that NOTICE, : ,_ .:

kady perpetrated in the State, unavoidah whilst individuals of better standing fired from nah, October 24th.-Mrs. Ironson'Diia9, Bron- he belongs to Richard Wisenbaker, of Lowndes 1 LL persons having claims against the.Estate t

+ holly accidental, to the policy under the windows and balconies on the Ymkces who son, ? '.Watson the Misses Watson, A.Watson County, Georgia. -tjL. :.of Louis Randolph} date Hillsborongh, '
k arose were far from expecting such treatment Gen. TheoWner requested to prove;property, county, deceased, will present thep to the subs. ; a;
_HOMOSA8SA. Scott ordered immediately pieces of artillery to Judge Bronson, Wing, Hidt, Graham, and J. pay expenses, and take him away.. scriber.within: .the 'tune. prescribed, by law, .. t

Tram be placed in all directions and soon swept the Case. J. A. BARBEE or they"will be forever.barred. j and all,thoee,, ti3

IL VICTORIES the N. 0. Picayune, Oct 14. street with grape shot but this proved insufficient Per steamer Wm. Gaston, from Savannah, Jailor,Duval County. indeMed>to,said.estate are requested, to ni- 1e; .... ;:

r.' FULLY' CONFIRMED! to subdue the insurrection. Gen. Scott October 24th.-Mrs. Williams, Mrs. 'Paine, J. Jacksonville ,Qct 22.:'47. tf_ payment'to KIOMA.- ..3FP. KENNEPY, ,; .

Vera reamer Fashion arrived then sent companies on divers points, with or- Paine DeMott, J. F. Jeffreys, Jas. Roberts, and Administrator "'

httheformer () hav- ders to break open every house out of which D. P. Smith FASHIONABLE TAILORING. Tampa, Fla, Oct. 8th. 1847. 2m} '. v.' .
takes in in ,
tl F city on the seventh ard the they should fire to put to the sword those found THE UNDERSIGNED pleasure -
fOUl the citizens of Jacksonville and of "
31 the
to the NOTICE.
7th outward bound within and lastly to sack the therein'contained. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. : ','
'e"ls detained property that he has engaged the the Heirs Nathaniel WUdt !Sen '.deceased '
Ptere at Vera Cruz by a heaTynication This order, which was executed East Florida erafy;/ .7> of ,. ,
little Mr. J J. BURTON late:: of and all. it ', ''
valuable sernces of tthor& concerns.: : -
was had with with great moderation (thanks to the secret instructions "
T he in his establishment ,
York cutter -
Fashion has --- New City as NOTICE.That.-
hv experienced of Gen. Scott) but in some cases with TAKE
esther. ARRIVED.Oct and begs leave to suggest that he.is row enabled apply ,to the next Superior Court,of' *
BJ stern energy soon down the insurrection. r : '
this ani put fashionable highly finished Nassau the th of November:. I
III, Be have our correspondence These scenes lasted three long and sad days. 24th--steamer.Ocamulgee,Chase Savan- to do np as county, on 4 day [
; K end&l1 and others up to the 23th of from the 14th to the 16th, and I assure you we nah, via Darien. Brunswick,iit Marys &&, to work as any tailor in"the Southern cou try.He -- next tq establish a lost pamper, a lease< from' Na-.''t'-.-.. : i

nrlo f roll tne city of Iexico. The news were much alarmed during the whole of the Fernandez & Bisbee.-Merchandize to.!. Fore'man'Fernandez trusts that the high reputation which Mr.., thai Wilds, Sen,'deceased, to him lands in. <"s ;.
eve r glorious for the American time. All including those imbued. & Bisbee., Burton enjoys in'the.various,cities of the Atlantic Nassau county: A sworn copy of the. ''same.being t
ttsj! tttt. foreigners, will induce people of East Florida on'file in the Clerk's Office1 i the :- _
tL.edeme time our losses are severe, in other respects with prejudice towards the Oct. 24..-Steamer Wm. Gaston,W C Mendell; seaboard the .. County of -
"** the killed ani wounded heartWenHn Americans, agree in one point, that the American 24 hours from Savannahs to Holmes &co. Merchandize to:award, him,a''share;of.'that'Ratroaitge'whicbas .'}assa. East, Florida.. "

lut UQ& Thank God! none of our generals hasnot done the hundreth'part of the to Jas. Roberts, 7; Brown J.R.Mitch- been hitherto distributed oW of the x. i' JOHN., JOHNSON. ,. if

Sdf hilt MaJ'GeiL Pillow and B"S4 injury army it had a right to do, and which European ell, Fernandez & Bisbee. State' ; and while hie feels grateful for tatwhich'he } gat Nassau Conner,'Qc&L:; 1847.;' ". .; : ._ '''t. .
received he feels confident that .
here both wounded but done in similar.circumstan. Oct. 28th.-Steamer. Matthews Captain has already: r':' .
aTw severely armies would have : !. 't. < :ti1
NOT cE. : :
of It will be merited by"'tbeu. :
at cohtinualion ;
wt 1lr & Bisbee. a .
0YfeU 'McNe Fernandez
cqt accoan \V and to
e ces. A foreigner myself having seen warfare y"Sa.vannahl rsonshaviri
t the list perior style.and low, prices br,all,work that 'tlt claims tb eEatatatotc'Manuel .
d of CJ ABED.
killed here it in towards the end of Napoleon's = .
kteaadi ; Europe to J .. ...* Jft :. OlivHla, late of 11 ":- liJI
Mr.Kendall' 24th.-Steamer Savannah may be'entrusted. ,. : lit ..
letters. We it Oct OcamnlgeeChaser him.GEO. >
s I ;
by give as
hoePer may career, ,judging comparison my'SIncere SI GOFP. : county(deceased;will present thepto.the Bihs ':.
that Cot Mcintosh and Col. and candid opinion, that if a continental i, ?" 22d' -. scriber'within the; time;prescribed law l"'. .
Lieut. Cot.Martin 24th. Wm. Gaston Mendell .Savannah. J teonvfle'October ?47..":: : ::6 .; by/ ,'.
Scott, Lieut. CoL army had been stoned and fired upon by the Oct they 'will he barred and tb qsei debt. td tlpq"J;)

infantry Bax- population of a vanquished city, the inhabitants Oct 28th. Steamer .St Matthews McNelty, '': *. i Sheriflfs:Sale.. .sai.("E:ate'will make payment to ''? '', .
of the regiment. and Lieut. Col.'S. would have been dealt with rather roughly.-. ,Chase, Savannah. "*" "' ,Tirtue of-e wri vof'fi;:fal Jssupd out of +1VIhLIAM AD.i'C! 'bstrator'1 '"-,' ,

lor the tooth Carolina regiment, are Now we are tranquil, but it is a sad tranquility! ,' ':the Superior yCOu$ for tlje J bstrct'of East: Tama i('oct fi 41. 'i _Si :: ;: .
te>dr Kendall'test ot the deplorable list we as we fear new disturbances. Our precarious NO 'ICE.Jf. .. Florida for,the Comity of.Duyalyl; will-,expose .,, .. _, ,
Ja sttle letters.. situation will not change for the better until MONTHS> after date,.shall presentmyaccounts to public sale,'in front of the Court House in the NOTICE -' ;>j.* j. -'.

f ertha ot'the! K nill Mills on i the 8th, peace e be concluded, or''the Americans send 'S"IX and vouchers as Executrix of the Town:itf JackSon,l\\ -i'/said'coun ty,-:.on tte herebygire that, >SIX MONTHS; aftersdate .,y ,

Ind division. lost about 600 men in about:13,000 men more The army of invasion. estate'of Wm. \Murrhee.rlateof NassaiTcouhtydeceased first Monday in'Ootober'ne4' ,betweej the legal A J shkll apply to'.the Honorable jfodge'of th ri .

6e grin founded; in i the battles of the 12th is really too small foIfigure'' ,.7000 ,'to die. Hon Judge"pf Probate said hours of sale' n that day,a certain negro female' Probate:q :Nassa4.C nntg.; tor my dis: :! .

1 he rh.d of Chapaltcpeo and .the attack' men in a city of.'upwirds 200,000'hostilesouls : c6untyTor; a final settlement'of said estate;;and slavfc'caUtei Ch .oe,',and. qer cbjld George taken chargeffiom the jgxecntpfship on we:Estote ioffj' .

", 2G e -Qni!'a division lost. 300, ,'and in Puebla less than 15OQ to, maintain shall at the same time:apply, for:; tten of Ills in execution.th e.prpperiyot::; 'JwephB.Lan.asteri .> WinSm'Walker-T late of.io.idco ty deoeed' ::t: .
t ; it'm. 4 -
iaa1l. Pillo's 142, and Worth's! 13S- imputation of more than 50,000. 'This is missionssuch-Executrix,A'"t, .- which.all pert toiatisfF r.att execution in favor of Gquld, .:. !. .2 .,Jtl1 StLL;t +cgte ..:. : 4

1 tr.lttionort had sClrcely a thoqM d men rea 11 y.+_ little.,,-.;'.;. ,' ... .i *' '.;. sonsmte r"t d'. "in .said,'st t are' desiredtotake 1J. i ktke k eo.1ffQ! a ,,Jnly.. 23d. ,.JL847CoPartnership./ _. ''CSm.F'. ,_. ._ ,, .
iakiUMOur entire loss sinceJeanng The Americans l covered themselres with notice : ;.MARTMURRHEE-. ; .4.; Aug. 21,-ia41'ft'.1 f ,;: .8h riff.. :" .'. ;'-, ',.;.' ".L"ielv',, ,.J f, '

tt1' a dowli"wounded ant entering Mr.Ken- glorYin all the battles fought in .Mexico; they:: -July'.;q41947.. ; -, :;''. ', '1',.. T_Executrix.NOTICE. ,_., .., a., D'The r'a'boTe-sa1e;:has:,beeapostponed tp '. ,1 h i ore;ens, ;' gan:': :
X1i\et-5J; anUier,. fetygiv. are land each of:them' heroes.;: It is"a:great p -- ., ,1'*" the ist Monday=in.N.ovember pext.t:_ ,OcUL- Pll_ er tkea+if4eIlopal! jftfiS ? JOOO.. And Qen, Scott to handful of Americans cut their :: : -
yet,. thing see a lX.mE; '" day dissolved! 3'B ;
Ihe "O TICE...
undersigned"wIIIaPF11to i' 5
after 'date.- "
L y Mexico with n'on- : three hundred miles of dense 1a 1o "
1iue't. Ulg *q way:through population S' the; n 1'Judge of Prbbatefoir'for '( 'WEEKS' -'after'datehe :*utdeunl; 1 l''Sm Be11oRSi"r';; .fiery. ,atztbotnseinotes"aid '' > it". !
,10,000. What wonders and hoist the star banner
on ,
spangled > :
Lattthei. Probate'of = ?!**'amid" "tof ttle;1J' bad
'ten Administraocnn the H6n7udgeof Yam 1
'the ofBe Letters of i P1yi.to : ; .
thouiuud'ir : The domes of this co 1ty .
.aclneTel the capital. .Gi 3Gen. 'ij + dig- thesboiefarm : ,
> :
&ceo i nr now 1\ F.
t.s, representin .has tica'oa'the estate'of, :S'B itj.late oftTPggs Col 1biAJo''ty #.1etters.'of dtnt\listrsti.. : :. :: .. II .., \ ,
\ tbne&e that ,Were Herrera, ex-President, gone to Que ' : ""t7.'n'... : 0. B BELLOWS; : ,. ,
tt loss J10 ash repulsed Srei'M; tru :- retarD'where a congress is,to assemble next Georgia; decW d.i.J ,mthe,. }.VJ"esiaiedJfSamnelM.3EIUottDeceased.'.:'e1 .- ":b .. < 1\Q1iIDH.SANTO..t"'.. '".-t..*,.. J4$ '' ."
b is : : .WIIT lA)1S.1SPENCEB.. I : /'MAB jH VWpBLLJOttT.iA ii 'ti '. \: -
s got,definitely ascertained month: He took with him-4000 men,and Santa c.. ; D. Oet b@i .1s. .ii
o 1rlL DI 'tI'1L Pcti .18.7r; ,,;' ffi;, atcSBe'pteaber.WtlLUT. ; >- .fr.V., .. l "' .. -t. :. -f. :. e.
Anna fell .back upoa.Puebk:: with 5000 h.orfet .... .1-J. ,. .- ,> '"". :'" : .. .1 .1 o "- : : _
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1nckancerY : l.. { .- :; ,'}! uEnouEoyuPRJNT&ONLY: : .CI&CUTCOiZT or tax 45.. _., .P 1J.
i : JUDGE or,ThE : ": i
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' d' CIRCUIT CO&1-.So T&N : : & 1: f : TEUCJaCUJT oPTJI&ST uo FLOKmA. : :.tt ,. .-:. t'If
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M.J'ear. -
? IN AKD'rpVTHE COUNTY dp, : iMISt. 1 I ." 4 .Petition for ;" th317Qence OI, e..aeLlir. .& .
The United States .. .
i JohnW.Bobartsr ) : :;> :!:,' ... ; "_' .. ]..,. / ,- of .. la Octobttjbfetejry'month. .
# : ,. 'ork1JUON 11' v'$; I purchaser ; "'Ia( _
4 : Street New "** Ct... '
\ va- > Bill for Diyo No.3GlCedD.; } *** l -
t' .Id1I thezeafterpn
: '' tj' .E
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PenneliaS.lLRobarts ) .. : .. ..f&r7" i-. k t j ': fj
oneof. : Fort: : >
. IT appeiaring: ,to'the Court' ;from; the.. : ; !ll ..IT ) ( ) < .<{s& :LI&lm&. I SiATE'O: : Moqi FWRIDADUYAL; JJouHtT,' 'IN. BLL -,. i .........:

, 4 .: in this1-cause; that iPermelia. .; S, HrJ1: l> to tax I((LATE;; LEfi1: : &' >S.QNt. ', 6 (0;DY.Ss : '
mi c. the Defendant in this case resides out. of J
mcnt Ti'jI4n11t4liliz
Occupy spaciou/FIVE STORY:.WAHE- e:', ., :JLn11SiiC 'ttO tttwd
"O --1- <
be ii ,.
that of law cannot r
State so, ::
I ; process e... st, HOUSE, No.:5EtAR'smEET-the: WHOM. RE:Petition tCi ndter..O..Yon ,United Iwz'uzopi :..- -- -.W1iIQt
upon.her, according to law. ",t ; ,,.most sale T' .' To the Northern District : ) f
and StatofAttbrney
IT THEREFORE ORDERED That the ; of which is devoted to.the exhibition ? I. BLACKW9P Uly' )UGA7.Tb ,
is :
oft Single 4r&leofPTRrNTEJi. Flpricba and/Agent/ of the.United, States of i .And.Gaiette pfjhe Fashionlhle .
the .
I Defendant be and appear .before < hereinafler"describedrespectfully'
America for purchasing certain lands ,
Pit Court of Hillsborough county to be J CATiI.COESTheirprsent : ) A.SO' "- .
: ) as : shews' unto *' ;
: ?your; I THE LONDON \fOBED ..
Tampa on the sec nd Monday m Octobej, bisu. 'OFA ni'i i
t :If; Stock consists. nearly Honor "
.. > And'Continental P"euiUeto j
1847, and, defend said suit or the same of t1 \,' _
'k' taken'as confessed. ; Very 'pile Thousand..Packages,. That the said. United'States' Contemplating"purchasing : The IP nee' .whlcfe two,Wdrkt bln
.1 ; certain lands situated on Amelia :
Th, And.that a c py of this order be been Embracing some. THOUSANDS. :dUr rent } $12 a )'ear. cteid.. '.|
$ : of works as /
lhe erection
Island defensive ,
: I .
!? in one'of the newspapers of this State .The patterns and colorings,, and comprising everything ,.fqr _Constitution described as }7.As republished.by. the I r : ..
of three months according to law.GEO. desirable in ;the line FOREIGN and contemplated!,by,the_ will cost only "$1 a .
i g' space one, ; : creek bounded year.. rt
Tit North of .
'S follows Eagus ,
I W. MACRAE, DOMESTIC.. : ..-...-: t.I
the water of Biyer .
North East and.West by ,
: 4 : Judge Southern Circuit :: Allof Trhich'aje offered for sale: forc8.8h or BLACKWOOD'S LADFS
:1 con I said .Creek MAGA2I
marsh of
2i St.Marys a dcuthby :
: ;k l A true copy : RLWAItEClerk is a satisfactory, credit, at and, y .lands Berthelot: running North 70lEast AND GAZETTE: :.Of ThE TASHIOIUltr' I :

41 t tk By J. W. ROBARTS 3m, D. ,- as rs it, .by: thePIECE OR PACKAGE 'from being a owned marsh by on the this Heirs boundary of the,said the John nllandS' For' Tom and :.Co, Fuu ry--Dmti4 Arts J'azhi tr."; f

'4 .. July 9th, 1847. 'not New Styles are received almost day of the JtersiiMlUIC !
; every McQieen,:who: reside beyond the limits The. celebrity i Europe
to be and many'of them are got up for our own sales, Stat of Florida. country of Blackwood'shas 'ZI4 i j
.. l'l' )h .;
I In Circuit Court. work. and not to be found'elsewhere. Your Petitioner further shews unto your induced the lubscnberto'eommpub )

,,rt *.".-... EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, IS Printed lists of prices, corrected from Honor,. that the.said United States,,'and.the cation of this fashionable London McSt i I'

. COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: day to'dayj; with every variation in the market, .owners of said, land, .not'being able to agree ;4t is a matter of surprISe that the w.35 1,

Y' December Term, 1847. : a safe i are placed in the hands of buyers. ."for,the sale and purchase thereof," he prays tion ot this 'work' :was not,comae: ed:: 3:
( q *: "> Archibald IL Cole, James B./ re. Merchants'will be able to form some idea of I that this Honorable Court will estimate ,the yeisin O. On looking over some ,

Cole, and'George W. Cole,partners | you so the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe I.. value ofs 1 land, [have a survey thereof made] numbers, ;ire find them filled.with St'oti"farf rio

I ( &c_ using the name and A &c. It state; that the value of our usual stock of i and order a conveyance of the same to,the United Poetry and Narratives .the most of .. Ifa4
I *'* : style of Cole & Brothers, Sum it is, this ON-g'ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of States for the purposes aforesaid. but little behind those.published tall

: t vs. $171 50 recom the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Your Petitioner further prays the Heirs of burg Work and many; "surpass eiezj JJithildit the '

-, Hezekiah A- Nash, and MerBond speedy I our largest wholesale jobbers. This'fact] together said John McQueenthe Grantee, to wit: the tions'from the Giant intellects of theT
.p.1 3 rick Barnes, partners, &c.,constituting S343 00 have to i with the fact that our means ana our widow of the late J ohjt.McQueen, son of John .- tom to the great Northern Magazine ;Tfcfte
r- the firm of H.A. Nash of : attention instead of being divided vast :
among-a McQueen the Grantee, whose Christian name is writers of the day.contribute toitapuRg,:
V.4 : L &Co. and' variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, .to your Petitioner ,William McQueen, It has: now been published seventeen:,

'. TIHE Defendants and all others it, at will render the .advantages.which we can offer latelyof Louisiana, Robert McKay, and Eliza in 'London, and has a circulation u .
I hereby notified of the to'dealers perfectly obvious and it shall be and their I
! ; McKay, late of the State of Georgia 70,000 copies through"England, 8cotji
,, 7 j. L of the above entitled suit by Doct. our care that none who sit our establishment heirs: John P. Williamson, and Eliza Williamson land and the continent of Europe.. Jt fa ; :,
" 4t turnable to the December Term of said I in shall meet l with any disappointment. and their heirs, and all other heirs of the lated into several of the continentalit _

r t t* to wit-the third Monday in December : give Our assortment is complete at all seasons of said John McQueen the Grantee and all persons; being the only instance ,of .

if.w and are required to appear and plead cure the year. LEE, JUDSON &. LEE.P. claiming to be owners, or in any way interestedin Magazine receiving that cOmpliment lng1j.
: :: declaration therein filed according to law. :, amount S.-B. F. LEE., formerly of the firm of the above described lands, their legal Rep- The publication will commence in etoler

-j : N 44 ,JOHN P. SANDERSON taken Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the ori- resentatives. Guardians, be Ordered to be next and.will be continued monthly; .!
. I ;":- :; ., Plaintiffs' ginalfirm of Lee &Brewster, from which con and appear before this Honorable Court, on the The publication price of the above
II j '- J Alligator, Florida June 2J; 1847. past nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed Third Monday of November next, at Jacksonville I London, is $6. workk

1b: -- the low business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Duval cbunty aforesaid, to abide the decree -

-. ; Til Circuit Court, a great Judson,-and assures his friends that the new of the Court in the premises. I THE LONDON: WORLD OF FASfflOX: *
i EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.t : it concern shall have' the same pre-eminence in Your Petitioner prays the necessary orders,' ,.

; COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: certain this branch of trade, which formerly distin may issue to,the, Sheriff, or other proper officerof AND CONTINENTAL .PEtTTLLETOSS.
, .. December Term, ; guished the other two houses to which he be the Court; requiring him to summon a Juryas A Monthly Publication of tie Courts cf LWtt

tntfftfc ? Isaac P. Hardee and Robert) for longed. June 25, 1847. ly required by the Statute: and for such other and Paris;Dedicated to High .Lif tj.: .

, II. Hardce, merchants and partners I \ AND and further relief, as to your Honor shall seem ionables, Fashwts, Polite Lveiahut' Ji
I : 1 trading under the name, Sum NEW STORE meet. Arts, the Operas, Theatres, &e." '

style and firm of I. P. & R. H. )' $154 And your Petitioner, as in duty bound, will Edited by several Literary and lawon r,
ii'1: 3Jii : ; Hardee Bond for UNDERSIGNED: having formed a Co- &c. C. C. YONGE Characters.In .
. THE ever pray, ,
: : where .Mship under the ,.f the above two Works will be
e vs.Nickabud .1 $308 l myle U. S.Atty. & Agent, &c. found aU tit
4.I Raulerson. : retail. WRIGHT & POINSETT THE FOREGOING PETITION, having been Gossip of London, Paris,and the principal cities

Defendant and all others pro- read and duly considered; on motion of C. C. of the Continent of Europe. Koykl.Cttsfjl-

. .1 THE notified of the Have: rented Ihplltllre fecenilyorrifpied by Mr. B.I' Yonge, Esqr.! United States Attorney for the Lescription of the (Qveens Drawing Eccmpj .

,,. the above entitled suit by attachment, : CUTTER and would now shunt thai purl 'lII Northern District of Florida, and Agent &c. ties,.with accurate accounts Of the'fasts of

!! ble to the December Term of said Court, ., of public piitri'iiiitp MIO d>>"ire to purrliH IT is HEREBY ORDERED, That the said Peti-I the Ladies of nr.nk-2icblemen's< Ftttt-lizt

the third Monday in December next, GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. tion be filed in the office of the Clerk of the cription of every New Opera withcriiacsina j

I : required to appear and plead to the re'.i-i nnil will Circuit Cout for Duval county, aforesaid &nd the same-Perormers, &c. Tales by tie Best.
: GA. Th..y iar now : keep cunMunily
I therein filed according to law. : liuni!. f"nPIIllItt"lJrlmt'II' >f that the same bs,set for, hearing the Third English Authors. Poetry New Mnat EcrMajesty's
L : on .a i
:.r ;, W. M. IVES, Plaintiffs Monday of November next, at the Court Hone, : visit to different Noblemen-I'eierip'
Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1847. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots., in the.Town of J aclsonvillea'tor: aitl, in said ton .of New Paintings, and ,the Ani&s .Yice-

_ _ Shoes Hats, &c., county, before the Judge of. the Circuit Courtof ties Le. .
IVO ICF my Which they pN>ifg.? irVmselvpn! M fpAT\] TIlE the Eastern Circuit of the State aforesaid The publication: price of the afore Trorkia

q; P Persons concerned or interested LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES n* an inducernpnt [or any other Judge,of a Circuit Court of the London. is $6.
l! I ? rSt'J ALL to take notice that the for CASH .CPSTOMKK: in call Hnd PXHirmio.H said State, who may then and there be holding -

! ed in compliance with an act of the n vine n>rm In the tlHtp/mitiHiion to kepp flJO Court, or otherwise acting for him in said Cir Terms of .Godey's New Monthly.:Jlagwue,

S f Florid, entitled "An Act to :provide for E. C. BOOKS, anti to buy lli-ir Good principally! cuit.] SI ft year, in advance.All .

m I t establishment of the'Records of the F'k and for the Culi ih, <>\''"ill b*>.niibll to noli them II" AND IT is FURTHER ORDERED, That the orders must be addressed.p.pidtoI '
p testi CHEAP. r CHEAPER: lhf.n lhy cim be piirrhn- ;. A. GOL'ET
Columbia, and for other purposes" ; Heirs of the said John McQueen [the.Grantee '
p : i.pre. 101 Chcsnut street-Piilidelphia.;
,.. ,. January: 6th, 1817: They have this day ,fwd t'ltlP EDWARD I WRIGHT 1 of the lands in the said Petition mentioned and
EGBERT: POINSEIT. Newspapers inserting thVf&Hre'! wifl cci-
Pt', in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit ; described.] and all'persons claiming to be owners -
N. B. HidpH nnd otiu-r c.juniry prmluce taken fer a favor, und be entitled to an eaeiarge;
said County, a paper writing purporting or in any way interested in the. said lands, .
fur 13th 184'
Gi od ,
; *
:n exrbiingt Aug
: a copy in substance of the last Will and their Representatives! and Guardians, and -
] Jnrkionvillc\ Mlfr..h ;JJih, 1847. ly
r 4i ment Henry Jones,late of said county, : "- each and every of them be, and they are hereby
: ed, the original of said last Will and used BAPTIST required to be, and appear before the said ] OLMECo..

kj; ii, having been destroyed by fire on the I TELEGRAPH, Judge,'at the time and pLce last aforesaid, and ; IlUL.MKS '&CO.: FmtV-'n-wnwl

.. : of November last. And that they will S. Fair, AND then and there to shew cause, if any they haveor ti>rL of 1f'rt'JJI.ltli .I.. ,1a.Jttrpt..ultlill

4 .,.. the Circuit Court of said County at the it ,FLORIDA JBiTIIGBANT. can shew, why-the Prayer of the said Petitioner ;; ft'iniKtly (icrojiiHii |Iiy ib<:- .Uuil.*(i ikmnvii I
w. Term of said Court to be held in and and I should not be OTHERWISE lin 11arlde'tl
o j granted: ; they a: llif "'"*' ,".rnt B"il< :; 1 h'i :
1 I', "' County of Columbia, on the third her in THE S'jb..rril.*.r nrojM#"s to pulilinh' in th' will be adjudged in default, and the prayer oi I l'n tlu'ir ,,i....k. Vy tin* h..p IrrivistsGuss(i

*; 1 i> December next: to have said Copy Will present of Jn 'k.orivilli', Rnlll Floiidn, M monthly the said Petitioner, will be granted accordingly.AND ;XP.W V'ork.n lull H.;tiirt">fni t.t DivfHaidvurr. ,""' ''

., t lished in lieu of said original, so I n"w.pRppr, ofilit iibnvf title. It itliall b.- neutral IT is FURTHER ORDERED", That: a copyof reripi' .I'I..\i..i.I., ,&r. i s.c. :,_bi".'

..- fire as aforesaid. in" politic*; ..hall"/III'ltin| || general intHIijenr<" ; said Petition, and of this Order, duly certified buy nr<>pr..J"u\'c1 l tn Ml! at r.h.rrtl pririti..

w 44 WILLIAM TOWNSEND, and in Rfligion tiIii)1) h-.frAllk nnd oxplicit. by the said Clerk, be published four weeks Tl>.*y i.re nnw piepareil ii> l.ur"IIII"p WIOV.thi. .
ANNY MARY JONES The will ndvnriite ihefHi'lhand) in The .. 'I*
:L.T j pipor pinrtirenfth consecutively News a public Newspaper !Ii >. nnil iih T l'li"her..r tln coimlryial
Alligator, July 23, 1817. 3m Baptist dpnomination in th" United. SIHIP, printed and published in the Town of Jacksonville ltilp! Market rnir*. HII.I nakecs.irnIsnt'i $"

$vN j _ _ _ ; ; W. Al nnd shall t In; J'ltriclIl"rly di-voip l to the iIere.ls aforesaid. e.'ntgusn'eusts )n their fiiftd in J>maim w 'iih

,. .3'i- Administrator's Notice. ; & Co., (SI Southern) nnd South Western StnlP. Tr- GIVEN under my hand at Jacksonville in the CliBrlfiitoTi.; or N.*w Y"fli' ,,

-, 4.* it.p MONTHS after date,, I shall make ; Macon, siTiiiar nnd Ri-lipi'ius! improvement' of the peoplef County aforesaid, this 9th day of October, A. Tli.-y June H new article uf Wr> ijjl t W1*

.tj :. :, 1 SIX to the Honorable Judge of ; ; .Moise, 4)f Florida it .-.halll:onhligHiinn. D., 1847. Plmisrln-HI whirl tlii-j would rcsiciJolfJ call
: .
r-v.i ? :1, for the County of Alachua for a final ; To rpprc\"' *i, ... tn prllm"i,,",>, to .*U THOMAS DOUGLAS, tli niioiiiimi of I'lar>ii>,;. .

c 1''[1V*/* i .t. of my accounts and vouchers, as ; ; Salem, "VIlItthe mind to 1.lIP"ut.hip, oft he tine GOD. nnd Judge of the Circuit Court of the .Ja..k''n! *ilJ "ny. 6. if

'> ;? # 4 3 :. of the estate Joshua Miller, late of said ; ; J A. Hi imptovp ihi wordlv ttondiiinii of mankind, will Eastern Circuit of the State Florida. .
L deceased. l lIP it* Irndinj fi'alnn'f. ( I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said C urt, do CA RD.
-' 1Y, JOSIAh SEKINGER ,.W. R. TKRMS: PaiR OSK TEAR:-Fort wplvpcopin( *. $I JO; hereby certify the above 'to be a true copy of

} August 20th, 18-17. CmAdministrator's ; six "upit i ; V $5; sits'. copy. $1. Advance" pnyrnenl, the Petition tiled,and of the Order,made thereon RIVERS &. ,IlOY ALL,
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IMS ; : ; Cole, will \.P oxurctpd in nil ruse*. in said entitled cause, on this. ninth day of SURGEONS
-p.It1 .. ; ot ULf: : Ali !Ip".>r,, addn ned to the, Editor must October, D. 1847. DENTAL ; ,

't it Notice. Cun- l Itp po-t ,'Rirt. IN I hereunto set Julien Street
h.t ; ; WITNESS WIIEEEOF7 Office; North East corner of St.
NOTICE IS ,HEREBY GIVEN, to all :: S. Ellis, N. B. Th fir t nnmbfr will be uxued) on diP [L. S.J] my hand, and affix the seal of said I and Market Square,
legatees, and persons entitled first Tupoday Juno n..Xt"JoMES .
; .;.Wm.; Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. S.VANN..UJ.GEO u.
Li1 tribution in the estate of Felix Ortis : MCDONALD. Editor..Jsu1qnnvil1p. .
; October 15 1847. 4wlu 14i.
; f Aug.20 ly
1 Hillsborough county, deceased,that ; Fin.. April 30ih.} 1847. -. -
exhibit their claims, or demands to or ; -_ Circuit .:Court. FORWARD & ALDRICH,

,' t1Itt them with me for payment within the Ubtlm. (Brtotfje,.. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS At' r.i".
!l scribed by law, from the second day of COLUMBIA COUNTY. ;..
Watchmaker and c..u,16-.U.a
Jeweller.No. Ii..
: ffj3: U'ill'prartirf in several
i A. D. 1847, they will be forever barred. Josiah T. Baisden .
ur Fluridi.IVi. '
nnd Equity, in this Eastern: Circuit .
the heirs said
p. legal of deceased are vs. Bill of Complaint
.. %. FohWAKD. St. Auciitine.Lor .
come forward within the time Respectfully informs the citizens John W.C.Loud & Henry -I s

t :, have a final settlement of their interest of.Jwklillnvillp'Rnd i i.virini,)'.Ih,,' R. Saddler, and John Is ..CHAXCEEY.Lewis. is ALDRICH.,NewnansvilU. -......
4 4. t 4 estate according to the statute in such < .:.J. lie ha* removed t.' the houne immediately WM. F. CRABTREE-
1. ; .
and adjoining, the one 'recently .
provided.. JAMES T. I ; having been made to appear to the"satisfac- AT LA ..
occupied as. the printingoHiceof \ .
Administrator 'that'Joan'Lewis
de both the most tion ofth'e Court by affidavit, : -
September 17, 1847. 8w :well the"Florida Slnte!\man."and 'i"i now prepared .. ,.one of the above named Defendants,' resides f' .Jacksbavil/e. Ffo. .Ik
inclu-; l loexecYite.'Miih. pritrnjitiludf.all: :! orders cimnacted out of the State of Florida, and beyond \% II.L alt.-n.l luanjhuiii.i ..ftentiiwteilti.hUl11
.14_ IN CIRCUIT CRT. ., at with the ah'ove-line.: the jurisdiction of this Court, namely, .in 'the' i iii niiy i :nf the Court; -. in ihn EHuIfrn;. ';. ,Circuit- -*

EASTERN IR.C1JIT. OF FLORIDA- } Mr. Groin, would aUn nay, that he nan determined .. .city.of Savannah.. in.. the 'State of' Georgia; ."- "Florida.. -

ST. JOHNS: IN C ANCERY. i tf. tnconfine hi* attention in fillnre', exclusively Therefore, onniotioi of Charles; P.Cooper,Esq., FELIX LIVINGSTON,
I tn work in lh.-.e branches. He renders hill Solicitor for the Complainant, .
The Southern Life 1 thanks to the'.many friend; who havejiven him "# is'Ordered.; That the said John Lewis be "ATTORNEY AT: .LAWJacksonville, ,.-'''*

.' ) eurance & Trust In-'l FOR. "IPiqA'ronn and trims that iis exertion.hereafter ;:; an.lfhe is hereby required, to appear and an-: ,:Fl&

l ny to use Arthur, } Bill to ; will he inch a* in tnE', l'h. Wer the said. Bill of Complaint, within four Will practice in all) ilip. Courts of lhCirruit. EM i#"

Reed, l :' From long 'practice in his hiumWghe'feeNhimself months, or the same will be taken as confessedagainst .Marrh 19. 6111'-

: vs. j competent in give 'stitisferiinnnnd. hi him. .. s-
I1 Augustus Poujaud. J ) '('hol'g"\ViII'l"'l modfrr.te'end as reanonable as And it further Ordered, That a copy ot this AUGUSTUS- C.:. GILLETT.

:a IT having been made to appear to the satis those of the. North ;' order, ,duly certified by the Clerk of thi :Couit, ATTORNEY AND ,COUN ELLOR T.LAW

..1I faction of the Court by .Affidavit, thatthe. N. B. Clocks' and) Watches repaired in' the beltvntinnpr for,the Countr> -aforesaid: bo, published in some Ansi CftnH' i.li..npr. of lvs44. til ili.. S&frtfneclirui. Coil';
1 i Defendant named in the Bill of State and rit, lh* nhortfAt notire.JscksoavilkDec. .' newspaper; printed within the Eastern Circuit: I wiiliin nnd for ih) ,*:Siatf ofCHARLKS fIor'I1JAcicosvsLu
;',. in the above entitled cause .resides out : of.this. 26*' 1845., ,of'Florida' ,'once .week' consecutively' for. for ; t.U... '

i *I4a fitate of,Florida, and out, of the United : :f: : r -. months.. '. [Signed,] -

} and in Cub one of the West India ngton M. I NO'l'ICE.A' . THOl ))DOUGLAS, Judge.Clertfs ..H. PEL'OT .
LL interred notified thai
I i beyond the jurisdiction ofthis C.ourtJ. nt, Oi.i i Six I"-.nll Month hereby Office.;.Cirant:Court; 1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR tTI.; V/f'
; after the dtttt'-hfOr..llr. ih. under5gned *
bere. 1 ,
w t On motion: of C. W Downing, Esq., Adminimratrix ,nrl.Admill ,,'rntor-,with .. Columbia'.Cdunty' : J \VU. l"'IIIt"ticp 'inEaiteriiCi .f.. 'II"PIt" Cuitt on' !:

: F.. said Complainant, : nt's.i 'lhA wjll: aiiiiexed.. ;ofJe,,,ejStandleY.. (keVlilf'dWilh. 1 :I'STIR *G/SCARBOROUGH i ,,Clerk,said.Court. : .ciihi 1sf Florida( :: b.sinpiss pplflhltl4. "'
18' four
& Ordered, That the said Augustus : ,. : apply- tit the 'Hon. Judge- of I'rnbiUiV: furAh; ht1lt.- do!hereby'certify" .t above' to be ,a true,copy; I hi i" i-aie;; will ,ne.l with prnmplJarkmiiivilK ..itentiNl _

jaud and others be required to'appear, : taken ., County,.(farafifiHl: .settlement. of f their .ic-ctss ts an 'of an oi'derduly.made and' entered. record itf ..:. F...June 4. 1847.NOTICE. .
; t swer said Bill otComplnintwithin. six 1 j' 'f\ $ Much. and ,vlirhnr: from.lhtf .the>above Entitled"cause;: on .the 27th: day.;bf .
further Admtnintra'lion '
this : ..: ,
of '
the .
or same will be taken confessed --- "' ;
I .as .pf.HJ l ejiintf'.!,. .. a1* '';. SeptemberAD.1847./; \ : ? ., ,
: ,
him. 1 Court > : 4li TnS .'hftf'r dale I .
v IN' WjiEEOTr I have hereunto NO!
:;DICKY STANDLKyAdm: ; : f SIX dn.r
} >. e "" SJ.:: tI....
within aM'
.- It farther Ortftr.ed'That a copy of this : ; v '. ,. .my hand and caused rthe seal.bf iseeiunaiiI voiirhet. lu
? ,
.. Ji duly certified by the Clerk'of this Court,' : con.. _-'Newn'ansvtilei" !f.; .. ,, !'I J
4 lished in \1 diiKharjeR } nsAdmoie'trater4. ,bsn&! !!
'some'inewspaper' printed : ; .27thday'ofSeptiem.berA.D.t847 a : :
"- "" ... ".,.Wpl ,HVHV HBVIMiBV I '* ..
$ Eastern CircultotFlorida once' month :Judge.. ,' ." j' f ," '& 0'Klatr -'- "?.aiVrof. J.Vn4 K, \Y ': Orund! (!,"""' ,
: a I IJ ;'Admlitls&ratO"'s :Notice* '., : ,, .. : );8.SCARBpROUGH; :! c
-cutively for six months., .., '. ] ;,): 'S IX i MoNTIIstdiue! : I: !'-1 itlJ, .mtttiiuiIad S I 0 ct.8.'l" : 1. > ..i.-: :.' t' 4m, ., Orange.: .- late'' ..1nsqtiiocOirntY.- .
< : !
[Signed,]l THOS: 'DOUGLAS, : ;;) ',"'' "i :: : .vpii.1wr-oI; .n ,I ,I.. f Alncban DI. D :
i Florida
f ,
; % '- I ): 'Cuny.- j"iii-lti. .J847J .AdmitiMt raNOTICE of'.Je
B. DUMAS Clerk of said
: ; ; d Court ihe t piateut.:Je1fl-MOrP' I jotfi :.fl r Dtiynl.h.tejiuterl t .I !1tl"i ':|TilEEB nJammHopkins'Of&t.Johnsyy .
i do hereby certify-the-abpv > obea : piof ,1 ':to 1.h. 'Hn.JMg.s. : of Pr ,h mte .f!ir:snuleiItnhl' .! ,, CJounty;has this,diy Applied for Letters '.;. 0fA -
an.Qrder,' duly i daid?, entered of> ;:; in_the. tir n lind'lt"uJemp'JI.I.r lNhI ">'Ar.'affll'.! of 'Admin J1r1l.tion ontb'&fEstate of Samuel.Eigles i.indebted;1 'iw'll*' Ef$!p OJ1'L'nrtIaer -;
.3 : in thaabbye entitled the i .... ... ; :tF rmnns :
on ,81X I i t1mi.
,. cul7! le : : ---' .i- lrftqJ. nn-iiv tiiiir-'il'rrll! >rJir>|iriII.OI : ;:deceftsed :t day.ot...4u 'A:D.)847; !j". : :; :;; : ; : ''''" '.ion..,a s j.iiCi: | .ndminUjtaf: j | !!r>j'L Vlijf! K nil J| pfrw. n.riiKjere to:CIt' ;persons, interested; appear withurtbe'(,"',iirtiriI i irni? mair iminli t t..ilcrnen:, p4flii'h4 ,
lW n&sS
I .; TV a 'WaEREOpjI' XtIL hereunto 8 : I :Iir e. f, "'.t*'ij:- t"fnr" A' l vsKtfi ridpsi'r..d. ". iiikn'tk: ) Pi.t time,prescribed by law,7and make'obj ctionlft'theyaTeto -:ha t g.a(' { ; rf"f'wi)( pld';''' is' n/o-tdirt' .
[u'sj: :.iahd.and j?eal-of said fJ it. .. 'Vr-"JJA".'f,C! AtTCKRAa\Viv: ,, t 1Etn.CA'Rq-t: pi1.
J" .
.thi8iitiit'h .l ; the';: < 4tSfj&i< >- : 'i"' ;'.4vi- ....*.:.-# ? -lyrfj'-,. "! the granting of said-letters: ; ..'wJ }:r fZ
4 cUypfAugust; :A; j).1847.; : : : i ; :-!' ."- > i ,r f i .. EI-OJ: _' "
::* ? ; .b btherwistfthey.willbegwnted. .ro. ; > .d f !:
I ..::." .1". Aderie' ':" ,.., .,"P..u.DUlIAS, ; ; ?,.,,, > ,'. :. f' i JBj pmJIu ltNG:\, ;, >:; of: ;';_ :-..........o6:..''#.< '"- .. ; ;; JL, c,,.''_'''VILS V4.v.,.I.R'':_ ,. """ ; 1--'"I.,:,".:' ,':I -.J 11'111...'C"aitltfito.....tf( '1.
jC Q.;o.f.Bt,John's .- rPo.ni: .:Ff .l.
: e .4tjVRibLICfltP7jOF.: ; t1.ool'tJwfg; : : Pobi_ fMbiaC4g47,4 l !: O1lkIIien'.. l 'd
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