The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: December 17, 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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,=e will be found modern that tihorn'bf its manly majesty. V insoluble at low teraperafcrei 'Ifwatir beeVa did not feel easy till ske.ke that ,ed!to117,272'15S"btisneis'of tJb and'l sf ;
lks ancient and -many porated by'heat from aweakoluti; ji until it kind J roY dence'Ji'not added to general pot.rtybdMdual bbls.of! .. .This isran ;enoJmous"(1

Sweat of wrint, whose rich mJic is day tinto -- The Eazpr: iJes. Before it fall I becomes saturated, upon allowing it, to cool. wtong.C ertaln it wasjshe'seem- t.when !rJcollect .that:from,if 91 to. }819 tto: V !
most persons of the present Musw.chio'.LJld Iraperiul Crystals will be formed by t reason';of the loss of 1.lther.pleued "with*her;speculations;fbr t Orts never much exceeded two millionVmt .

i: u-Jilp ddy -.:eJ up' to supply this The stately bMrd and whiskersiUThe :water.requisite to hold them in solution The _when I ,arose,from a stooping posture, finally that from 1819 to 1845 they never amounted\ i V .It

the ,and victim of the treachery. evaporation :and crystallization-of saccharine |.wholly disepcumbe.red_of cloth, I notked iniaChievoas bfld't illion ;in 1Yt rJ i 1845'they ,%' :' V
I JfflE HESPERIAN HARP i largest I II juices furnish an instance of this,latter mode! playing'about the'corhers'of little of er two millions. V _a... t 'l.
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I Lot Music Book ever .ottered the: All! few continue to be men operation; the proper performance 'of'which' her mouth. It'was 'the inoment. I Ha4deter V V V V '.V- 'I'' fi.J- .;: ..

I pur as all intelligent persons will see 50 by I V V For many even glory when constitutes,'indeed,.the whole art&f the 'strgar mined to direct her eye.to'some astonishing circumstance A'.NfrI,1U1mlJfie.CThe'tBri: .1 : itDdta'

pgit with other worn. Price $1 I Each'day the soapy roam again boiler. ,.' out of the window.. .n But! :1OUDg 'h incfadtog' Jamaica'Ti; ,1r "j' i

coP1, beiutifully priutel, and bound 50 in Is made their manhood's sepulchre Impure solutions: crystallize '-very'different*- lady spoke at the critical moment. 'Mr./'Qoug-I Demararaf;St5VTncenfr arid Barbafdoe Wits The.' V V
ord with a neatly printtfl cuyer. '. .ly from those which are'=pure. In :muddy' .lass,' she obse "eJ'-D' hatfeot 9 afinigtoy'small. 'BritiBir South American Colony of Guianitatlog I"" V jt
"lent to one JJmi for Su2 33 ; 100 co. V turbid solutions, the impurities which ai-e chance- of legt! tre V V. i. .- the example of the tblrteefftqlbal.On :. .11

S10(. [From Professor MeCullehV Repert.l.ON mechanics, crystals are usually :lafgerj and of- Men' e1dot haTe'QUll1oUo'O'. of leiroWnpowers. : which' ur'RepublIcpitionaith is-.bssetf{.ubajrifb&solemn1 :1" .. : ::.
!fr The rcork frill be fxrtishtd to subscribers .. Cfi i SIALLIZ A.110N.Substances .ten of different form:from those5 which form in 1 iieverI in 'lin : 't Slo ii stdU league; for : proteilA. .. V V .. j
: in advance.aits ,wh ch pta from the liquid to a clear solutions. These'.mechanical and biit it is'strict- I -
Fayuiea impurities I m.'ground lofty tumblingV : : the uL y 1 West India League under ijrnl .
wanted to canvass the whole country. solid sUttMisually a&suiae regular geometrical also uilalltbecc enclosed in* the rystu1B.If *..... ly true'I cleared at' one.bound the'open" space, Its' mhp i. >'fnhi-rrMff 'Ii l WWiirti44 WP IConsumption. 1-
recommendations required. Address thor forais. 'TAb th'ia Sytnt:1ctrlCJ.l arrangement of urea be added to a solution of common salt, pWlt d''myself on'the center'of, the ted and the inhabitants ,*are -'swbrn{" lileHhV* |5 ?:

rost paH, *t Louisville! Qa.Jcfersoa the partkles,oVcrysiullization,is/therefore, not it.will yield octahedral .instead of cubic 'crys was buried in thb1nnketskafwinklln.. :Boys"in revolution to aunflnchSigly>5ert i V i
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Ooio, August the ivsutt, 01 dCCHiciltf but arranging tals. V : 'themselves totheir gain that participation'! n'tScontrorof e V;
In Florida papars who copy 4 t mes And forces, wiuch ,operate with perfect regularity, The above general .facts, together with a CHEESE : C4.NNONSHOT. ft"airshtc1i!**--" 'erbnbeldbyHtIshsnbjtt : II
taambur of the piper,a booi; "will be given uul depend upon ibe chtiuiic. nature of the knowledge of the solubility sugar in ;water The greatest 'ammunition that we?have 1i ad betheb1tbifbit t I -

substance ltslf.fTbe general laws which: the at different progressive temperatures, will! be of lately-was used by the c l bf.it& '.CoejoftheMonteyidean'navy ?emen.77-1 s:Arlal. '.t
tl7lS47. 4t.WerkIy fur obey,andthecircumsUnces which uwlify sufficientto enable us to form clear and rational ,' who in Jmengageiment : V V ;

11.M.M. $Ir.Rua-PRlk 1 I4ue their aciioo,are important iucts not only tu theoretical .ideas upon' the subject of the crystallization with Admiral Brown,'of th Baends. Ayr Mr. Deschamps!addressed 1 V)
science, butw. _all branches of industrythe I caoe-sugar, and the proper method: of conducting can service;fired every'shot from'his7 lockers. |t letter to the Paris'Academy of Scfencejlrfatlnr '- .
successful results pi which depend upon the the operations relative- "thereto by sugar 'What sh.l11we do, sir?' asked his\first lien-; .that he has succeeded in discovering an"'infal V. flJ
a aETWEE N a. proper formation of'crystalline bodies. A -manufacturers refiners. sIn ., tenant.'We've not a ,single shot. aboard- lible remedy for pulmonary'disease, even wfien: ]

I knowledge of the subject crystallization is most books on chemistry; it usually stated round,grape, cannister and'double.headed, are the formation of tubercles is ascertained j arid V 1:
S1VAN\AH fir PAI.ATK i, FbA. : ihereiore of such value to the sugar manufacturer that "cane sugar is :i soluble in one-third of all gone.7 V V '; it is said tlaatwitb bis recipe he has'sent se iif.'V i V .
BY THE WAY OF *that 1 have tbought it proper to enumerate its weight.cold water, 'and.to any extent in 'Powder gone,eh T'asked Ctte. ities to the'v luef 702000 r 'which'heW. J .
)JJIES BRUAWJC'K ST-JIABrr. (ho.Jt(1L1 .. succinctly the principal results.which practical 'h .-'Thts-isuntrue, I'nacve already; 'No, eir got lots'efthat.et.' V I I'We j fers to forfeit If experience should' dremon' i ',
CrtEiSK AND ctferaical science have established h adarn'd baidhe se-a'oiind Dutch! '- -I ; .. \* 1
BLACK experience and stated, if Jby "hot water" be meant "boiling 'str its diC4_ t :
.JCOLATA, iWM. ,'although th'"y may be found fully stated water7; water heated to 212 deg.F Fahrenheit one for desert at dinner'to-day;do you rem i-; ---V s ":",
In connection with: the Charleston Daily Mail and discussed in the uure complete treatises on the signification which the words would ordinarily her it?'.said' Coe., : The Springfield Post says Mr. Clay's" speech. : V

m-pket..tt:S: .jr"nuah,the steamer SAHAll ch .nistry.r be supposed to possess. But if this phrase ; ,1 ought tojl broke the carving i knife in try: amounts to nothing. It merely m k S.bltW :

?AthL'h,from Pgdatka to Lake Monroe the The more'gently Mid slowly crystallization bt intended to convey an idea of the results we ing to, cu it,sir.! what every body knew before, Mr..ClAy*& : !
n.i.iW trjiM, fr-j.n I'icoiatato Si. Augus- takes place the larger and more perfect will be obuin when we evaporate a saturated solution. Are there any 'more-aboard V a stronger friend to the government of QdereV' :t-

eIl1J&). BUci r.i.o., Xuvnausville the crystals If jt occur rapidly, the crystals of sugar, it may be admitted as' an inaccurate : 'About two dozen. We took'em from'a TBTO- taro,than to that.at Washington. .% u>.if -f
: and toCaptACHASc. will be small and confused. 'truth. If we unite ger.' V V .s a.1 \
Jffijitor, Mineral )rns. Oo.luuibus therefore and vague expression pf V ,:
bothslow 'Will into the 18-pounders. JVory.Pexs 7U.-It. may. noti.be::generally t I .
t t While repose c uses cryoullization to be common salt and watsp -different: degrees they go V
UmUJLtiEE and regul, mechanical agitation accelerates heat in suclra manner.as to form saturated solutions 'By'thuu4 rt Commodore, b jt.that's the idea. known that widows who.obtained. Navy 1qie { ;
Til crled'the'first lu? sions under the.act of March.,1845.',most d I
minute and ir the dissolves a .
LLtTTiItVS, lJ.\CSELTY. it, bat renders the crystals we.w find that water try
.lie*jucsets bays Savannah every TciStictDir UESD.tY regular. Jleuce ,rock: candy is made by allowing greater quantity.of salt as'ihe temperature rises I And in a few minutes the fire:of the old Santa which,ceased.on.the first 8eptemberJast.ar$ | Ventitled
when.tJte solution .-. (Cpe's ship) which had ceased entirely, to.a renewal their j>ensionafor-_ |
JloaxiXG, at 10 o'clock, and ar- sirup slightly concentrated evaporate until we reach 240 4eg.fohr,
mtaPiwliU time for the .VLtil Stages to go gently in a''tovc;' while fine-gr.liIied -(sugaris boils and attains its maximum degree'of was re- >eloo, and Admiral Browm found mu.re years under an act passed at the last session of.' |.

bug to tit Augastiuc bci'ore night every the result of agit&tlon and rapid solidifica saturation the water being united with 40.38 shot flying over his head. Directly one of them Congress. >V Vi J'
fissbj and Monday.tanning tion. per.cent of its own weight of salt. Any furth- r struck his main-mast, and as it did so, shattered P.ostm3ster-Ge erai : ttends
leave Palatka every TUESDAY and For=ign.substances,.especially those of a porous addition qfh $'only serves then,to drive'off and flew in every uirection. It is stated that the in*' I V
baa Jlo&xuc,at 7 oclock touching as above nature, encrust_ 'themselveJ with crystalsin part of the water in theforinofstea1u, und to 'Vyhat .devil js that'which Je'enemy is to report inr: Tor. of reducing the ratajof J j \:
iii.a1. crystallizing solutions. Hence the use'ot' deposite in a solid, form ,the salt with which it .firing. asked Brown, but nobody could.telL. letter postage to fire cents let the distance'biC Of ..!

Ikty are both m pressure boats, in complete threads in,'the manufacture of rock candy; and was united. Avery different'result ,is obtain- : Directly another,one,came in through,port ever so great. V ,
tiff,Mil kin,isomeiy turn.shed ill every respire similarly,the manufacturers blue vitrol make e l if we heat a pure solution of sugir--on*,for and killed' two men who were standing near '- : __ -' j i ,$ ;

; cosunondcpi by gentlemen of well use of sticks, upon which the s4t crystallizes, instance,;.which contains about 66 per cent of him;and then striking. the opposite bulwarks, 'fipe Pius.-THe following appears in.the N*, .,) ;

tompericace on the rouce, and their pitlitt and by which. .is then readily removed. SU.1:.V Owing ,to the union of the sugar and burst. into' flinters. T. papers, Saturday: ,'sw V V 'h'
assured that every atieution will be CrysUls alreAdy Conned act eyen"more energetically the water, this solution,will not boil until it reaches 'By Joye, this b'too much; this_is some.new Public Demonstration.-We the undersigned,
0 to the safety aud comfort of passengers, than pious ,bodies and such is their the temperature of 220 deg.Fu.hr at which fangled poixhan 'or other; I 'don, like 'em at cordially invite :'our, fellow-citizens,tanjle,' V .
al i the arei'ul haudling of frtigat.ACEXTS : influence that we,m.ty obtain from solution temperature the affinity of the.water for sugar all, cried Brown- and then as four orfiyethore 'without distinction of persuasion Qr.part m.a
: of two 1.1lias either the one or the other, at pleasure will be HO much increased that instead of the of them came slap through his sails he gave the :public expression th .e3mest.8m 'th1.with: ,

hob: k Tupper, Savannah. by immersing'acrystal; of thetult_we wish sugar Which ,was united with the steam evolved order to fill away, and actually backed out of .whichthe Alrierican people regard the efforts' V

14.1.ItLoruie .ll.LriCB. to separate:. If,for 'inatancC; we dissolve two being deposited in a solid form, it will remain fight.,receiving a parting broadside of Dutch. .Pope Pius IX, and the Italian pe1eforNi| V-

tt'i4ler, dJranawiclc.JUBesseat ins of nitre and three of'sulphate otsoda in combined with the uneYBpol1lt d-water.\ The cheeses. V tion41ndependenceVVnndConstitutioa1Zree.doi .
,- St. 31.irys.&z p five of warm, water, and,pour the solaton.into solution will thus, become more concentrated, :This b an actual fact'e'ishi, our.informant' t was tIifirst' oMondaythctIday ofNovemberic. $,.. -
& BISbee Jacksonville two flasks filling them.each; then if we put ii and being nowunited by*'more powerful affinity -. lieutenant'of C :at7P.Mat theBro4wayTabernacle. $.'

S Black Creek. cyrstal of:,nitre into one,,and a crystal of sulphate ,it will have amore elevated,.boiling,po nt. "Dear Di ky Biker''was a Wag,and a .rare 'N YOI'}'Novt 23, 1847. .. .. : '. -jPre4tyQood.tOn

Cooley; ., J.licoL of soda. into the .other, and place them Further concentration, .increased affinity, anda one; and never did any Judge send a poor devilto V
.PD. P..LLtka. both in a mixture of water und powdered ict, more elevated,temperature:,of ebullition. ensue Sing Sing with'more inimitable humor. ; nDi ,1J11iJg; I

l&itte & la.! Charleston.IjMloods there will bs formed lri.theo.e only crystals of ;. and to this continuous't ;there is no Many years ago, one winters night he waspaSIflj 'ran away ;with the 'wifeThespecnator1eaDftheVfugitivci' r.Vcorn'-'specnlaio'r?
;consigned to the Agents for- nitre, and in the.other only crystals of soda. definite limit-or point oi'saturation. ; so that if the residence of Gen.:Morton, whom'heknew ; :>;Nat..!

of commission. Freight from So*. Crystals cHar er's 'ze aJlJ modified fOl.in'nu1. the evaporation be; pushed to temperature by-sigh; ut'waS not acquainted with.--: :chez, ,1J4 fmingutlwt DaToVwId

a3t Charleston und All way Xreightpers. be mode by the increase produced immerision or27Udeg.-Fiihr, .Jibtaih'a sirup" viscid, There was quite a party.i embled;; the'DJS short of money, he sent him a. $50. notVin aleWterand
n-e tn.I.1 by ship .in saturated sol lat ions;;and Urge crysLaFsvitl that Afallowedtq OIthe iparticles of sugar were brilliant, and looking through the windowhe 't told-him'if he didh iearlJutrddwii -

ber 17, 1647. tf even. groW at the.'expense of s il1ri cannot orrange hemscives .incrstals. and the. saw the General was plajrfng whISt a,game" :east with the woman, he'd gouge: ut'botTiai.ey V
in the same solution, if exposed'to g '"ortemperatur whole muss'ctingtals inu the form:of a t-anspa which he'wuspassonately i : ,and thrash him within an inch of his.life.

3TICE When the temperature i ises,'the rent t.amorphous,a ubst-a.n e., ,In.thisat.Ue- itispi'eed ', ,MrKiker stopped,.walked. np.to door and ,It -supposed that Jh&. .happy pair r.stoped'Ji V V
I C given that SIX MONTHS date solution beeoitieatronger, by disoltiup'itionof1thcrystb by,;the nfeionendcimOuIylaiown / _.___ tha IUC Kt.ll UC1I. 'I'htt.u Oi oon'ir'JTit."If'- r-im-"r.4-T, -.--H Hp.n---. 'as j".they: ha i.'lt.bt'i. ,
\ 1ltppiy to the Honorable Judge of the : .but when' ltV cools
'l Cqti of Nassau county, for ay dis- the matter IhUJi': ,ken np will be deposited solidifies.at 270 tlegvFiihr lbthewaterot eolution L" '"The servant crettirneS7 say i&% that,his _ --- ,,! ..
'tttte&eeutorihippn the Esute of chiefly'upon< be.l! .tif geucryjtals; so'that, iifter'tfwhile has i not,'however{.been evuporateij: master was V particularly:Engaged;' 'Sy .hilt '"F3 th is -great thing, and confidence in.tie, V V r

, "a1Urla.te. of said county, deceased. .the smaller cry siaU fill entirely disaKpear. it is Composed otJO per cent webbntiDue!-of water united,to ,;i t\hewm, step,,into the halVrr will dctam Mm I Icookj.and the. trust;thatwhat you have before; V V
1M. A. RUt JSxecutor. of*agarl tt : .
'ld E.W ; with 90 percent but one moment. The General appeared. VV !:you is the true representative 'of the nazne.it V
-Lls47. 6m In$oltittOalIbCdr to' crystallite quietly,' increase the heat,',with 'the yiew of dri'fb1g'otf' V ."Good evening General,u ,.-? ,. bears" suid old Roger in'his leeture'oTerth.-,
tt NOT&tg.Iib crystals.form chiefly at the bo t to' tn 'and' liot uniformly t e rest oflthe wstere5O01attain a tempersturd itself- GbM veningsirP / /J bread pudding';;and he peered intentlyint: Eitplate V .

. '-u baying claims against the. a- tnroughoui th '11i .' .f'e reason'for at.whichdecorapositionjof. &nj the.sugar' biiwi> n' ITkat [, a"Firant a little1 conversatioii Fitji 76;. ijTi'J i as-t some mysterious thing s hichW. .
i' j Jieof3ohnLta1fordate of New 0gJS > this iil lvhen;the.solid'matter.is deposited,4 takes place. "gjiQK| the just, one moment" there arisen to perplex him., But"he: .contin- .
4ecewed, will present them to theJ the liquid'wwch' wis 'cfbmbiried"with iVUset' ; 'ithttforcesthich.tejijd: *every- thing -V

:?el tUiin the time prescribed by law, free and.beiug'of.less density\than the rest< .1 particles sugapin; candyt made.i.!as to'above 70degFahr I H-AsI Was passing by.;:'Qenerajjl obaeryed always in blind credulity,or go sO far as to cca VstTia

.ihwIUbebarred; and those indebted toIIt&te the 80iud0ii it:irises: to the top and ,gives'placeto from .el rap.concentrated ? .: ;:that you were playing whlst-.l .repiarked,idrjthat pork skins and cheese rinds to mean bread
wfll make payment tOt another's$ t 'tecfNrtfon;'this. in turn,I deposiies -' .,are'tmly-prevented ftfrbni;r the rmingci'solutionr.* : [ you Juidjust dealt. I thought Gen r-.t .\ 1 ;crumbsyian4.he.geptly-pushed.his plate*waj. :
I SUSAN STAmmD, Adto'x; "part" 'of ltis.lfd"iMtt and' ascends ,tals by.thftiirery fiscid IUic reof would.just step in.and inquire what's tyus"tVV } and took apiece of the pie.-Boston. '
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: impeded motion,of its conrfitue ?_ ---77.. Z *' Itag..iLGCQrgiS S ; 'V > '*. U i J> 4 fci .1 'n V
;t. JOSRUA s'tAFORO, ..Adau'. the former 1tje 1k! throush' ftcrystaUizing! and the consequent "S1 f.t,- -i u>'' w i.f' *
.1Bept.l0, lts4'. 6m :'solution, we'in'iy observe" thli! J ndwpmotlon, "ttolecttle sp1m&rwJa.'ijj.ti1: m. :t B negro was riding amijde mule-, "Bt1 'it1a t. &tll1P.( ;: r. V
b1! '., O.'ICE, of'the' pirti4esi.nI tiU.iJ" "( "'.cnrrents'risUi5-. .<", : .ternal change structoreof Wl1ic1nak the and1.sm iWheh first made' ,alon-.or.i1t'n1'.1 gncI caie pet to T you a..bridge, a ouarterA,:.hen" .said.r. :::,.,. :I:,:who had'm S t&he beUvd4bO V V

VpnsbYlng cli against the Estate' 11th Liif.1d ifeh'rortdiD .> solutions tiJl. ',4 fl e.it. 'LrJ.1p ,.". '' ..' IS'big ",1) sMItI ;* iwassnrpriscd hisclelkIt u ej : V
J :.eL !'YJtL mf & gcr _, '
aqueous ti
,14 All I crystuls : ; bb/vi v.to.be 6pQ0. .rT iil.f -
hea1.iL .sboll'inlP
? Raadolph kte of lIilio14wiLlreen li; mother becomes Jf.we eUJUme % struck the t&.mr the ears,-which'madeJum :
t opaque m '
the"solution that
:1,J them'to the wo- enclose a port i ioaof: k1.1t loielw1th hI fds f tiedili'pei eadl1cJ'dehl1.i1 take da,bet: ..f r'"It'f. _. .s_1d_ 'Ui rliicpaI f' '6Itk5gefl '_.f .
"moleinu .
"iIIPt ith f" ; f mechaiucilly betweenntheir1 ; ai 1'' no&his Ypu. "r ,V ",,,,', 1.".. I OL I. lI V
th ur; :d' t" (
e time prescribed by.Jaw. this will' tttistMacrypr tm1stsmt r1stWli onf and.contrived,toget the .
r other substances, en.sahlthene$10, ..to'beQO'11.
QfUbe Ii'"d. all' those, the olutiou contain Hence cCIf2l5 the eXt .iW ur : .tuboruinule, overthe'bri4g* .f" 1 won t' I: -.tbe'd k' glm d-theiba1Q:
d'.A' render the crystals more or less impure. hfiml1' tmt i 1r .ak, .
v'm ested-to ake ubachge ; 's Jackr--llut h wYinou' 1
n ntre..2be- case
ubstaneelby rer face to he j 11'ow"
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,>4t-i'j THOMAS P.2NNEDV"Adinhiitztrat941 i; it is ttedVcqil4li$4&iorL.JTh.Zt4Iertlie o&&nectary'topurify cr3r4, has been supposedly l' M. buitobelOS9.otheat. quarter get,jour mon 1J aid a mih.:Eo had been' eobroughLotz ...JJlrn'1p.-b uU( .RO.oO xist ,ntti1'StiUhiebd
: aIurk4obt
othe emoI41Qn tk ,
( .1iouop'.ill th\ll. OuJ4 ra.i.e'i BCrib close,by unpwceived'vlHTotnorrow} said J aldowfi
oii'fm 1e
oth. tit.
Olh tJ"h
Q.c : l1 1841. .2 Lht4sorb O'e 1 qtJt lliOllrnt.&bJedin mia; -I (4tfdeqnarUrct" ; o V
; 6ejoxcruIewLrC,alum,andgararVimrf 1" ofpr pf..U1ei1fa fWasa-gib nie a get l.caf
: Po } Il eolidificution.vbat"er b the. I" s1PViet ,}.he.._, ,tat4$(,rl 'fJ::Vrr*. ?'* aaa1 the columns i o nt.I .4t! ; .
a.nva r rT wtfen V *.! Brystaicm t't: he and rushed wb.tb
task ,
eEroCkt.- S < 'I tflr1y AnO ntoie ibis jumped up
ana' asWamp/
xN .uovft .lofme4.tn'imall gruinAi & : 18 unquestionable i I t Asimjlefellowwa* .of din to the ouse of f11emerge4
.R UP ."committed to jajl in & they 1ti JdfRWJ' pr t1ii" 'broad ditch.'i'lLbetyOU: : : streets: in a shower .
I YclolLvuL ...DUYal!CQUUtJ" negro I ,: 1IabSf.JUac.. ,bJ.lj JSQVCOIUb1fle Thill tio1fffs of their candy'by"4nidinglTiriega : aDd-catme, upon cAn' a' jump'over that ditch,"raid 'c1..1r 1' 4h clerk's'1..1.d-- ..,.. .!_ .aM AMi. T
altpartiQJllOr *W# & transparency ;'two you ,i. from an attic wm4owa 4e.ud 4 .
*** cu chemically wjjh 1 d i1"'tp said the:other aidtol
QI ,n renew
"T jcars age differently froinmere jln lc.l qW"i4Jlfijn he to himself:I ,"Done" tifbf fi.l
tha4e$ la-keighv black ,complexion;!: tefenteIVs inVotliem very he leaped.UI: wont1At 1i m: Dq :
JUJ2 q".aa IfiUNIL; lie aays that' .water of solutioii, for it-bccbtnes solid,an'd ; ,.tt'f. ,.-H t l-t'lf1 !IIn n""If..3Y ";1eLte .-,- 'I :'his moutbJ ho; anct*":said over he. uNow ,I'll bet yottoai&D .nf 'ttJ ." .:4. !; .I"' .f\f V

%E L1chrd Wisenbaker, of LowndfesiSS ,WdYS in:4efin1t |wopoftio4ul 1:iault1'c&l1 r W. Dsta'j l cmt_ SUltCP. r .bet ntsmoreyou'can't any jnrattlack
?**'' .' "Tn i: 'ed, ro( qf.W1 R t; .uni! : JJvft 1 HJtt Y e8tIin&J ,. (said the second voice again and he judVbu1; . eJ'nifv; ;-mr f J % V V
l *2! -teKB ioD..Tbe m.t.IlJlCin -hichar. w4e1.' : : lrtl ;i i I i 35t'. meTye SCOQnerlUeUuuDl.. laW. .,
ted4o / n. cpr ( ii ,
protefpropertyT t ttom'of'jtJ1
...' ""f',:tt i .i.'iI.t w ,o.rDlS h' ..II1"'O tfTbe iYciriu.1rreJ 1i-1 I,dint Vroy r ''vor-a4ded.iip-tiieyear'cfi.u: ? .
1{. ?- ** t.4eJ CLw.,. ." .:i .;MlJfc5v 'Wl.,.. ."Qwc.tr.Ume_! o rerr. :. 1WW1Un.; 'T" ... .''.1- 1'J... 1r 'dfIIf" '\,|!and nothing gained .iluUfted r UJII hp-' rty ds" V". .. .., .. '
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J. B.ARBEB.j' ":i '.4t"QimteJ D > the bank:Hhat account's evtn. 1'IraJpooD .,.. V V
>. Jailor,DaT&l County.1 te:. aee Bme1l I4J ArU. V Jill retun. to the US.; : -'.
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*'F? ** 'JACKSONVILLE] ,;DECBMBEB\17' i847.PRESIDENT'S b1t:1f Bill; wejp roo U@l"i the dOfUPl tr .hicJi '+ "p 1. te1mI, .fr.' ushee t- F "M' --"ith0'pn" .. A Nn'. to rll.ew5f I-- .. 'a.,.. .. ., .:

y' 1 i1 :.; .,' ', 1 election of BII remttb< t' tides ; bility of prescn $88$87 r. To- WI.ad r ABU. tW'I11 1d evscate 1 betoathe' M.2'
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M ; '1." t. and Chance ,#dhd exemPt "fe, Cl ,#ena to! ,retie!' bn l ,welbeg'leave- tb .. -. pl Atha.. .'. u. 1nAO&Dot'l O,-. .i'S: ultra.. .1ui. ., '.. 1 : 'iI..'- ,

$ '. of Levy countY from serving as jurymen without them with a brier abstract, which will contain 000 will be required-but If a duty oa tea and. ; :'honor W7p ,Qf. ,: .J
; > points.to.which refers.- : .cpffee.ito Jmposed indthe graduation of the course only be look ..
thelimits_of said county..._. ?r. aUjhe important > "J '1mMt&l. .
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.:. : ." The Act to amend the Constitution so as to By far the Urg po.rtion.of,the Message is price of the public lands to early' effected, this Waonasoeeaaaan'butwhofaa, .vhle: :" a4lt4 9 'I. I
I i -. -' -" 'make, sessions. of the Legislature biennial in-' taken up in ariusions;to the.Mexican war. After loan may be reduced to,$17,000,000. It maybe MiitiMrfkff.once n. ,.

:. tf* '1.' MESSAGE.- ,--We xende J eau ac- stead of annual passed,by..a -vote of 34 to I." a brief history of the military'events which 'still: farther reduced by"the-eoatfibutionaimposedfUpoa ; gained"- Wm.jUw n_ _. "PJiP Y ,

:b : ''knowledgments to,the .E..C."CABELLfor. an .It has consequently become aportion; pf the;: ,have tracjplrcd during the Jast year;the1! Presl-' Mexico, but the azaoajit.to. $sbi 0b) noun hymen." 'Whilesitpourlngs ,ltat," .
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k; K r :farl/copy of the President's Message. CJI1a\ the '
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h t ,, :, : '', Iuonststution.. ____ ,dentdiscussei.the subjectofterritorial tainedifr'onLthI2aource -. .of senility .. "
,1 ,! t I' COMMODORE CONNER. We learn'from the.Sat "'*On ). '2ndMr., Chainintroducedf'n i bill nity, and insists that;Congress:co ntemplcp it with certainty;ii, J dvi 'judgmentorbvJ mono abyss-Jrifor." 4

j -; vannah Republican that this distinguished offi- providing for the payment jurorsi.out of. the 'in its appropriations; and that it was;only.upon In regard to the operation of the Revenue try; oUr honor;'burVJlexicalxas e 8 of\heJ>; i_ .

.e "''cer,has left Philadelphia for St: Augustine, in State- Treasury, and a bill'repealing' the present, !, this,,basis. .that, ,;--a" "!;commissioners'f'" '' t.could" ." I,have {Tariff, the Message,notices,,gratifying fact inflicted upGnour'U .Itttv

1 t t.tit., ', ;this State, where intends to pass the winter. act establishing a tariff fees.. : offered.;U peace, and the, cession, of.NeirMexicoand that the increase, of receipts' by it,'during its ,redressing. of. which we, .afenotwar. .. ., ..
ate: 4 -His active duties in the Gulf of Mexico have On Dec. 3rd, Mr..Collins introduced a bill regulating '; the.Callfornias, it ,was believed,".would be 'first ea r,exceeds by more than'8000,000 of dollars \ The pride of a'nation win aev4that

ur seriously impaired his health. pilotage upon the St Johns river. i more in accordance with the convenience what:accrued under the:protective.!system we werean: .the wrong for ha ',' .4

$' c The committee to whom was referred that !j interests of b nations than'aiiy other, cession .in the preceding1ear.1.tJae repeal of the prohibitory t a,after the long aeriea' otbsulta '

**% + : F! SAVANNAH RLEC'l'IoThe charter election portion of the Governors Message which. relates ; of t territory which it was probable Mexico would .. and restrictive i /of 1842,' all.the ,been cast at!our heads"aDd non that

1r i r of the city of Savannah took place on the 6th to the payment of Florida Volunteers, reportedthat I induced to make. ,ddvantagesin'whichrhe great interests of the.country, have been advanced succeeded,. .|no, btainiD.Jt, JS .g

;'t'a. 1 t r, u inst, in which the Whigs elected their Mayor ,the Federal government was the responsible :,,wholecommercial. L,Iw6rld(i;'' would* 'participate-T .* I and promoted .Agriculture,commerce and hold of our enemy, the national hatmati 4
and entire board of Aldermen. BURROUGHS J r .E
T 4 t party and a preamble and resolutions in".'would thus be., secured J by,the, cession' of this navigation have been enlarged and invigorated, Icnowledge of.."the, Meal

;,,t t J.C. : theWhig candidate for Mayor received 661 votes accordance with the'SAme territory,'which it is certain can never 'be enJoyed while at the same time our manufactures', .,were- make an ;evacuation-our P'cisa t. '

.i A M, 1' .' I. II r and HARDEN-,, -the Democratic 422.' The preamble:and resolution, .in relation to I by Mexico herself,.nor'by any ,other na- never in so,prosperous a condition.-.r r. n The, niim; sanity and hold US'up 'to'thescots- -.j" .il

; 1 THE WEATHER. the week ending on Major Wm.. W. Loring, and, Lieut. M.'C."Marin, 'ion' as long as'it.remains'*poriion of.the Mexican tor of.factories is steadily*,and. rapidly,inerea-. tempt.l""f'the ea.tfzedxorld. 'The u I&1'Vij"n lh

s i? '' "the evening of Wednesday the 15th inst, the was read a second time, and Mr. Hagner.offer dominions., New.Mexico: and .the C 1ifor- lug, and they are able to meet successfully with Mexican ;viewer oF.'of & ,GAtr/xs. '- irfS ,

weather has been clear but for the last two or edthdTollowingamendment: Strike' out.the first I alas are overrun by hordes of savage Indians, all competition from abroad with no advantages u P yin 1 .ttofojlowing! { paragraphs- ,JH .- a

,.: '. three days quite cold, so much so as to produce five lines of;.the preamble .and insert:-Whereas and are inhabited. by a very inconsiderable.portion ,but what are derived from just. system of re- would appear that there always, "i.aav'f:4 '

t t frost every night At '7} A. M, the, highest it is well becoming in every State suitablyto of the -people., '"! venue. .The President trusta.tbM,.the:.system ways.will, exist a :factious sPi rat' iiwre 1
f .It M.. ; i ". point shown by the thermometer was 68 de- express her appreciation of the noble conduct The Message/ proposes that these provinces be of impost duty eStabUahed by the revenue act try r which will!.submit to have oior wiwi.. .

; far, f. 4, r grees,-the lowest 32. At noon, the highest .of her sons; And whereas, in the opinionof retained by'the United States as an'indemnityand of 1846,may be regarded as;the permanent policy nor and pride ground in, the d'ast.Tri ,,

," 78the, lowest 46. At 9, P. M. the highest this General Assembly, the highest tribute that our civil jurisdiction and'laws shouldat ,of the country. ,. ', ,have trampled and spat upon, sad erta tbe i

,'g : .".70. ,-. the lowest 40.THE which can be paid to individual merit, is the once be extended'' over* them. The other In order to increase the revenue without too'happy.,insubmitting' to a reietijj 7

expression of the thanks 'of the Senate and Mexican provinces.now'in our possession should changing the rates imposed by the act of 18-10, (ides i digm, ties.:, :To us, it is, ima eraif

t'I. ;*i e : '" LEGISLATURE. House of Representatives in General Assembly be held as a means of coercing Mexico to just the President again urges tbe.levying a revenue immediate step,brought on the WIf.: &liJMfi

r i'r 1 .iy ; In the Senate, on tho 7th inst.. )Ir.Sanderson convened. tea and and' estimates that have been'declared since I J
terms of'peace, and. the compensation. for_their duty upon coffee : years ,'iadepta&:. *
,f w ti t f w I; I introduced a bill in relation to roads in Columbia This amendment was unanimously adoptedand government .should 'be, drawn from II /1 .contributions three millions of dollars might thus to'annually of Texas, or the. 'Nueces,,or"the Rio J

.. county. afterwards concurred in by the Senate.On levied,on the enemy. .1 raised. This is a war tax; and would sensibly ;hitd suffered,*hit no other ,natioatronl 1a"w
It ,t a On the 8th inst, the committee appointed to Dec. 6th bills introduced to debt which? shall in .suffered from nation of
fei ,, were regulate The reasoning of the President, on the'poUcy diminish the amount of we a even superior

t f, +,;' :, report upon the operation of the present revenue licenses to retail spirituous liquors,-and which we should hereafter_ observe is so important cur. For the 'more effectual, payment of this' :and there was but one remedy .ira

'c (' s: law, made their report and retuned a bill to change the time for which county commissioners that'we shall give it in full debt, the,President suggests.that as soon as the wheth'er'the. United". Stated or, Mexico fc.'Z

r' ;r, ,; A providing for on equal and uniform mode of shall hold their office. ,With the views'I entertain, I cannot favor the war is ended, all the surplus in the treasury r'Glared: the.;war.. It:is enough, Uut.ii., ''i.

.,f$. ) r, taxation The following two paragraphs from The of in Benton i policy which has been suggested either to with of
w proceedings .a public meeting ., shall constitute a sinking fund and be applied duty our government first to declare l at
.k'a r t . the report will show the nature of the bill proposed i draw our army altogether, or to retire,to a designated of
rl county and the petitions of certain citizensin to the purchase of the funded debt. the/ace this after the patriotism std
; 1 : line, .and simply hold :and defend it.
;r. : Hillsborough county, relating to the alternating : To withdraw, our army altogether' from the The warehousing system has been eminently, nation has approved of our warasd. t'

'M' ; "By.an examination of the tabular statement judiciary system were introduced by conquest they have made by deeds oConparal- successful, and has proved an important auxil _ledged its justice, "the political .Win7 '
hereto annexed A. it will be that
4 n + : ": (marked ) seen
the owners of improved and unimproved town Messrs. GARRASOjfond IL cocc. lelled bravery, and at the expense, of so much iary to the Tariff'or 1846,' in augmenting. the would represent 3Iexico in the light of n||.

t, r r.Vi.1 ,. property pay a tax of 20 cts. per $100 upon the A preamble with the following resolution and blood one and which treasure by the in a act.just of war the on our part we, !I revenue and extending the' commerce.- the 'jured State,,and'hold; us up as ibaailof.

1' 4ca o ,assessed valuation of their real estate while the ,passed,the House. could honorably, have avoided,'would enemy be, to 'country. : ,and murderers.' t."i

., v. owners of lands not within the corporate limits Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives degrade the nation in its own estimation and in The operation of-the system of the Constitu- "It is au indisputable fact tW.t e umeza t
a 1 : of a town, pay a specific amount per acre without- of the State of Florida in General that of the world. tion Texusthen at war
,. withMe1
out to the value improvements tional Treasury,has been beneficial in the highest veal_
discriminating as given by

; Assembly convened, That ou? Senators in Congress To, retire to a'line and simply hold and defend -, amount to a declaration of war,Jaatiujtii; |
o1; + &C. and without distinguishing
d, buildings and it would checking preventing on undue
w be instructed our Representative requested not terminate the war. On the comparative weakness of Mexico P"-
between cleared land and wild lands
iltk' f 4 ; to exert themselves to procure, at the contrary, it would encourage Mexico persevere -I inflation of the paper currency of the country. ed its Government from considering it mwi.
: that while the local situation of one tract of first
r tf rate land near a large town next session of Congress, the passage of a law, and tend,to. protect it indefinitely. his ., In some of its details however;,the .law. is 'Under these circumstances,it TU n&slft
or navigable
J'' I it value upon the making it the duty of any person or persons not to be.expected that Mexico, after refusing defective and will require modification. the duty of the United States to BM trtrj
l. waters give a high inaccessible
{ may very whatsoever before entering any tract or parcel to establish.such, .a,line as a permanent'boundary means to soothe and conciliate ,tie "
. i tt situation of others render them although The President his recommendations
; ( of the land belonging to the General Govern when our victorious army are in posses repeats ,and to wait with patience an uscoEIj
of first rate almost
l i ,. quality) valueless ment lying within the State of Florida on sion of her capital, and in the heart of her I for the establishment of a branch mint at New ,recognition of the independence. ofTesuti$
It from their distance from,
t 4. ? ,i C ,u market aud inaccessibility other depreciating or circumstances.u which there may be residing at the time an actual country, would,permit us to hold it without re York,and for the graduation of the price of the the feelings excited by our aggrasionJbi'fob I
,t settler or settlers to give said sistance. That, she would continue tho sided. :
occupant or war, ot'acres '-
1 !r' That there is consequently a differ- Public,Lands. Many millions have
: ; very great 'occupants at least six months' notice in wri- and in the most harassing and annoying forms, "It has been shown that after Mexico lad r*
'individuals the real valuation of their ting, of the intention to make such entry,to the there cam be no doubt. A border warfare of now been in the market and unsold for twenty sorted;/as a iubdit te for'war" tifflff li&Iai

sb1 t i 1 upon property end that they have an opportunity of securing the most savage character,. extending over along years, while if the Government minimum were suspension of the ordinary dips t2l thttr.
frequently paying their homes. line, would be 'unceasingly waged. It course;.tho. to make
t no ,more tax than one worth $2,000. That reduced, these would be brought ,under culti- ;tempts itfrelrieOjtftineasure
::1 The.bill to amend the act for the would require large army to be kept con- ; before any negotiation l$ltt09 1
a,ain, the relative difference of taxation upon I vation and contribute to the wealth ,and prosperity
.a' t '1 1st, 2d, and 3d rate lands is not in accordance election of Presidential electors, passed by a stantly in the field, stationed posts and garrison of the States which ration.of harmony between tie:-tf:
with 'their true relative valuation that while along such a line, to protect and defend it. within they respectively should be entered info, was reitlier co talle

i ; first rate. lands are taxed upon a valuation, of, vote of 34, no one,oI posing.IAJ. ,The enemy, relieved from the pressurc.or our I I lie. cod by the ,acknowledged. law ;9C natiam;

t.i{ rn r},, but y5 rp.,r acre'including value conferredby LORl .-Although we arc happy to arms the interior on his coasts and in the populous parts of I In Oregon,post routes and_ ,offices have hien' :'necessary for any .useful purpoee.ndt.
would direct his
attention to this with and Ot
tent proper M-
a just sense :.
k' buildings, &&. second rate lands are valued established and the Message 'recommends,that
perceive that the of State have ; '
Legislature our and
line isolated
selecting for attack
'' '' an post the position in,which the aggrasire.mait
but $1.25 less and third rate lands are valued ,
f '
/fir' t at the high valuation of $1.87 acre- mnnifested'au appreciation of the services of would concentrate' his :forces upon' it., This a Surveyor General's'ofce to established in of the United States :had placed the tvo.eci>.
''t!. A thousand acres of the best plantation per thus their gallant fellow-citizen, Major LORING: ,''we would be a condition of aft'zsirs.which the Mexicans that Territory, and the public lands.to immediately ,tries.! But that the refusal ofMexiesiaatnit
than pursuing their favorite system of guerilla surveyed and brought into market to that additional contumely, .should bit
paying but $8.25 more 1000 acres of the regret exceedingly that the first resolution ,, -
.' ",1 r t .. poor est.sand hills in the State. warfare, 'would probably prefer to any other. Grants of land should also be made to all citi been considered as an insult, to the.lLJtitfeVbetrays I
t , : "That the Revenue Law that of presenting swords to Major LORING and Were we to assume defensive attitude on such the pride of power rather than I jet

h5 : A value by of.two present hundred and fitly dollars an average each- Lieut. MARIN, was not adopted. As tams. is a line all the advantages of such a state of war : zens of the_ United Stateswho hare, or may.emigrate sense of what is due to the true digutjsthonor

1 t, ; ; is placed upon all slaves, without distinction ot a testimony of honor, tho vote thanks, is as would be on the side of the enemy. We could to Oregon ,of this nation. :'v"It
a levy no contributions him in other
; That such mode of valuation is upou or any has been demonstrated that.the EepaJfo
t age. a unjust valuable to these gentlemen as the swords. make him feel the of the but The Message closes with an indirect allusion
between individuals-that while the way pressure war, of Texas had shadow of right to the tern*
; ; one But when it is objected to the presentation of must remain inactive and await"his:approach, to the sectional feeling which has been'produced a
I 't may own a slave worth one thousand dollars tory adjacent to the left bank..of the loiter pmt
.' t :t4 his neighbor may have one not worth fifty, and the swords, that the State is too poor to-pay being in constant.. uncertainty at'what point on i by the agitation of the Wilmot proviso, and tion of the Rio Del Sort c; that though shed_
; t: called for the for must confess the line or at what time he might make an assault i the introduction of such fire-brand ed she exercised iwt
: x'i yet they are upon same tax.- them we our Sovereign Republic He assemble and deprecates. a never had actually
l'' ''. 1' That this species of property in this State is, of Florida is presented in a somewhat force may in the,interior organize'on his an ovel'whetlDing side- into our Union. We give it in fulL tion over'any portion of it;.that the blextc i
.f ; '' ; : und will probably continue to be, owned in own were the sole inhabitants and in actual laws
y3'' i small numbers by different owners; and that ridiculous light. We doubt whether there is a of the.line,,and,.concealing his purpose,.make a {:In view of the existing state of our country. lion of.that diStrict;,tJW .therefc &r

Iwl no fair average can be consequently made which man in Florida who would not cheerfully have distant sudden assault .upon,some one of our posts so I trust it may not be .inappropriate, 'inclosing occupation by the army of the United States**

,f 'at J will give a fair distribution of taxatioo,if made paid his share of the tax, and as it is an honor from any other as to prevent the possibility i this c communication to call to mind the:words according to the acknowledged law'ef sato*

I ',-' s in this manner' frequently conferred at the Legislatures this of timely succor,or reinforcements; and of wisdom and admonition of the first 'and'most as well as in tacit an act -of.open JiosUHty an
present day by in our gallant would be '
.r way army exposedto illustrious of in his tirf
my predecessors, farewell. war that the resistance of the Mexioas to
t:' The bill to amend the act providing for the the ;
I upon fello r citizens below. the rankof danger of being cut, off in detail ; or if, address to his countrymen., invasion and that t&ereforttu

j.} '" R 1 1tt" +; election Presidential electors, passed unani General officers, the first resolution, as it by,.their unequalled bravery and prowess everywhere That'greatest and best of.men, who served war .unprovoked.was legitimate t by; hem&DdcommCJ1ea4by

'a ;! :- mously.On introduced first, should have betn 'adopted exhibited during this war, they should his country so long, and loved it so much, fore.saW the United States" l.*
f ; / "t a repulse the ,enemy, their numbers stationed at with "serious the .
.. the,9th ins Tho committee on Schools concern, danger te t
L t without .cavil Our friend'Qui TAM,'' is,of anyone post may be too small to pursue him. Union "of characterizing parties by geographical So much for Mr. GALLA'TIS.TS specious'reFesentation

L t' and Colleges reported a bill providing for the opinion that some personal feelings induced the If the enemy bo repulsed in one'attack, he'would (discriminations=northern .and..southern, of tne causes and conduct.of th ,"

establishment ofa Common School system. Its course of the Legislature. have nothing to do ,but to,retreat to his' own Atlantic :and western-whence designing; 'mcp He stigmatize i our former asproposesas proMdai; ..
' aide of.the line, and,being in no fear of.a pursu- fogy endeavor to*'excite a'belief that,there is
provisions are
: a
Says Sam to Old Joe 'We must both ; >
answer no that which'uswith' ..
ing army, may reinforce himself at for remedy
,-1st The of State shall bo And 'gainst voting the leisure real difference of local interests and views andwarned'his
Secretary ex-Difi- swords we must rally: another,attack the %
on same or some other post *' f inbeeilit It is fortunatejaat Ttion
.against'ft. ,
For the would be fools countrymen :
whigs ;
cio of Schools for the State. tp dangerous He
t Superintendent may, too, cross the line between our posts So and his the f*
t tools I ; deep solemn was conviction of .. _at largejs in the.habit or thinkinl,
.1 2d. A County Superintendent shall. be..elected make rapid, incursions into the country whichwe importance of the Union and of p'rescrving'h'ar- d
't Into hands that might thrust at their "Ally! hold self and has not and will not cosh
in each. County. murder, the inhabitants,' commit depredations irony between'its 'different parts, that the declared -

s 3d. County Superintendents to divide the "Besides-re p lied Joe "honest Samuel,you on them, and then retreat to the interior to his countrymen in that address, nit,is which axe only "worthy of tillaias.andIThe .ttt
;i, t" know before 0., sufficient'force can be;concentrate of infinite,moment that you should properlyes followings the last,paragraph wJ JlK?"

":' counties_ into suitable School Districts, and have That some cash must be kept,in the till: t to pursue him. Such; would\probabll timate: the immense value of your national phlet, suggesting that "8 .make'the .

over'them a general superintendence.. If we squander hoards in purchasing swords, be the harassing character of.a mere' defensivewar Union'io"your collective and individual ,.happi honorable and concesaicnstblf

4th., Three Trustees to bo elected in eachDistrict Pray what will,become of,'My Bill on our part ,If our.forces,'' attacked, ness'that; you should cherish a'cordial. 'habitual contemptible ',
or threatened with attack be permitted to cross 'and immovable attachment 't:lit ice MfcNot
; ; accustoming
to have of the affairs of their ; .
w t charge
MEETING OF tho line drive.back *the and only-collisions to Avoided aN
CONGRESS. ) enemy] 'conquer yourselves to think and to speak of it J"ns must
several Districts On the 6th lust, tho Senate of' the United him this would be again.to invade,tho enemy's a'palladium! of your political safety and prosperity renewal of another>fllicii Annexation bci ,"*,
5thV When tho State has a fund to distribute States country after,having lost all the advantages of ; 'watching! for !its preservation with Jealous! tdrbutthetwo'countriesmuateoollJ'cot *!
was organized, twelve members of that the conquests we have already made by having their relative position;and whatever P
each county, to raise within itself an anxiety;;'discountenancing whatever.miiy sagest d.
body being absent voluntarily abandoned &. 'settled the) .
,o.hold-such a even a suspicion that itJ.18n'y'event territory; not actually by (
amount equal to the sum received froui.the At the, same, time the House was, called. to or-, line successfully and in/in/security:is.far
SF;: State der by Mr.. FRKMCP, Clerk. of the last House.Two'hundred' being certain.thatitwouldnot.rcquire: as large I first dawning of every attempt''tQ'.alienateany'portionofbur'country"from : posed to' ced, must, to :acquired by.; atr 4*
S : 6th. Until, the State has**"fund to distribute 4 on army as.would be necessary to'hold.all the the rest/orto, freely assented t;'and"for a' reasonable cod''

'the County omtnisaioner levy a tax nd. twenty' members answered to conquests .haVQ already -made,'and td con. ;enfeeble h ,l cred,,ties whichnowJink together' pensa ion. But this is1 not the'time forthddszcussion
-4 f may their names. tinue the prosecution of the war in the hurt of : the'various Sbt 3.",.' -, ,'?,'. '! of a')proper finalarraogcment We sw*'I
sufficient.to pay the teachers. On motion of Mr.,ADAMS the House then proceeded thftenemys country. -It is.also-for:from'bean I :'After'tbela, tis a of a, half a century,'theseadmonitions -- wait ill peace shall.have.been reatored. .d..,

iw 7th.i; Should they fail t4.do so, the Trustees to vote, for a Speaker. .The';following certaiathat the expenses flthe'.1fiu;would be or, Washington. Tall upon us.with'all, gry feelings wJLhavosub3ided., IAtprest

tP of the School-Districts may collect the wages of was the result: I diminished by such a policy. -wUii* ;the forcf tnjth: It it diffi til&to estimate the the only,,object is peace! immediate t -- 1"'
of 1st. ? t; I am persuaded that the beat means of vindicating .'5mniense 'value7.of bur glorious Uniou'o'f confederate peace.and no acquisition,of territory;bukthat i
teichersirom the. or guardians 2d. 3d.
1. 1.r4t, a .parents' I' pu- Whole number,of votes ,220 210.218' the ,national honor,.and,interest ,and of 'States'to. which w'e/'are"so much inj- which maybe absolutely necessary for effect?
,'. s pls, R. Winthrop, of Mass.t 108 109, *. bringing the war;to.an Honorable close, will be debted for our growth in population' and wealth,, the great toblectinview.Theamostl1 l *
: 1h1 The bills in relation to roads in Columbia Linn Boyd, of Ky. '61 82' 110 65 to prosecute it with increased energy'and power. ;.ins forall that winsUtute ,us/a great'and happyTaation. terms tiiose.twbichfwiUi only''ta-otide for the
\ $ and in the vital parts of tho enemy's.country.\jl .-- .* How tnimportaht are all differ.ences adjustment.ofvth.Texasbounoary and fot"*'
; county, to'give Circuit Court judges'pow- J. A. McClernand of 111. .11 .
"l 1 j'' I opinion'upon minor* 'of .u& payment of the indemnities due to our.,
I R. McClelland of Mich. .lt' .Contribution ha : d1it W
't 13
to impose fines in criminal cases)passed. 14 '
er Jic.Sf [Scattering the ,
vi F ..The,Senate and House then proceeded to the 17 15 E 30 4 xiaq. .F ro. r TaaP.h1.q 'lt 4ospppp i of.our, -hof'soru-ule isly should Wifvoldairagitaiing. they stood fbefpr :the1wglnning.pf.ic, ;
: i t'sh election o'f Comptroller and Treasurer. At the Mr. Rj;C. WINTUROP;, of Mass; having thus reJceivedon armrLand; the:'torn'collectedhin::thiaf'ava'ex', 'topicsrhich maytepti todldrstci acid .iLA JJ .sinto'oontendipg appear.tj> m,,most ,eligible. For 'thst-l

i .1 /nh first balloting Mr. Bemis received votes and,' ,: the ,th :trial, a majority., of.alf..'thV, ceeds a half s'mituon'l4leasnira: nate recently. rtt bebleograf.11hio .J. 'T'may be'perinitted:jto wish. ,'|hat'the'dii--,. .,
'+'' t" 'ISStJ'' H.1'"Sbr'gCf .t! t. r ': "i' W'voa.eJ1" of the icrmsshbald be tiam Iftgfyintfpdn
r ;;votes sty bras declared duly elected Speaker of i1Un, where may be or en.r not e
# '' Mr Simon Towle 36, for the ofilce.of Comptrol : f dlt; e' dn SLI< 4a.'r in' ,*it 'iLt't\tA..v .A,1e'4. iqQ.Ot matter .'I1i .
Bother f
J.4. .any. *
the House for the Thirtieth : elected. it +Patr J9.tJjG 3Gx Jd'd: 4we41c s t-
I ; other'wisideration
l ler. The latter was consequently ... .. ....., ,. ,lhJgh import
"t1s 'been" 'W to the chair returned thanks for :; u {" : u 151.1 .
t For the office of Treasurer,Mr. Byrd' receiv- -r "i" h '1,1 *.#" 47'?*.KrjiJrf' ,t', occupied by soy will beached and j appropriated :tiU JiJ' !foreign f to'the great quest tg3t ofan ext l '

ed21 Totea)'and .Mr. Ifayward 30. Air H ywardwas -' .theur' Hl.t" ,d'jam???**.;**9u* pamphlet has ''recently.beea: ubliished}by., '.territory' ; tut. which iuA ;without any
{ .
,iOn Tuesday the7thinst. the House, e'aaJU iI YJ.f." iQ1J1 ,t'k';U.'l !nience or ciorirmitment,be.postponed card .
: therefore elected Treasurer. \: to the election, oft CJerkfMr..I Bon proceeded T beme stateqthattk&5o000. men .au. t le HOn.L1iTfdLf: 1tti(f "thi{ ",t'' t 'not be permitted to Impede1: tfte imw dIItf
F > nominated .
+ J ; c 0a,the'10th,MR_Fairbanks introduced.o."t,bill] .: iMr.Bte-.B. FRENCH,.,F Mr. CAMPBELL,.of thorisedto be t d','b1'the'alitofrMa l ,i3ttb tlio.. ?war. $ with. Mexico ai- 1+3,I'whichls" ....,.. said.. Co LJ nave S b. MtA., '.:' i mInatloA..t. t"hL1Q_. e. !. t1" -
i l* -4.l>," l l > > *'H1*s. a. pq .t .
'f; &encourage and facilitate Internal.lmprove. :: !Tennessee, was also nominated '.Mr."Gouvxs t ::1s4 ,hale beet eitm'ukcd,ihd r %ndS\h written before. O en of.Mr.CLATS speech,' t I c. :'r..toJ' -. ...,.. --'; t' ,r .-,.-<,, l' 'AJf .
< _ifli'ii'ialiMsJli Juu: ;vUJt jvt* > *.iillxas s Vi'of *- .
.! # J ..' ; : Nana was.nominatedby J. EL HOLMES OrsQuthCarolinaJ' .I.. an addi opal Regular pO and.; aafaddi- but'which,eabodiesJ.thOi eaocoentiinents t ex- cWJienthekcntOiPuel bOd.1QttheP1lQt..1W"
4, me ntL' : : : '*?** ( .. .
t I .I <.( to .. .- .- ; 1. ; .1,i, s. rl {JF. r oJ tits..Oacalling teerforce "'-'fJ ; ,!\the botdi of qar r
'1. h. B11l1 'were ant re.:1 r ,. the roll,the, vote stood 1. o tioaalrol\ ;5a"t.aioti to, ''J.P"1 1tr l t 1 p ressed'iabolderaloe"' ', 1te.1i du gaage.aU :.. ,thev Gaff n to small wh'ereupatiof
.-Iil the loUstJ.30 :' 1UI't ;( r'1; PlItJlU ct: 3 ? =
'c41 j\l ':"- .' .1 : '.- .' t .t, S lFor,CAMPBELL: & & '.<**> .l' 113''H ttf. Thtttneasa' 'acstizriates the;tp (jin 'thej ,ltJ err .thSS: aaaexn I! \ Scott's company,is Po'" attY -.i.

11,1 i s queenmaKingprpv oi0'H* vrirwrrr/' -,cL'J ,1.. "z !,hElfeR l'"' C' jJ-4 i''J', .'t 109 d3 ftf',1 rt it ;Treasury for the.jew;:pending JQUO; ,SOliij; d8.s;> waacted, unjustly y,andt+ ffeij lvely' .taiMexico,' -.. i't. his sieves,and madehigi'od ,

:, r roallo1'ing. criminals the right jot appeal,. Scatt ing i. *?** ,'I i>i.3Qti v J1'11 m-: 1dl1 ,' 6 x45 I ) \tJ w;tiur:" oreitim,ft t' alibnlahate eitt'a'Ccni= veIL He is'a carpenter,it is .
.; f.... '. CAMPBELL thus J g 8niiasioner''iO -
.i4 .. J .''..'1'' ( ; Mr. was duly elected Clerk of =L OJa inr.or.SontJntUk'biP.
'QtUo. the M ttl JiW"ota'1 nIsteri. '
rl toms thew.'of .J i 1 ".
publnd, ':
the House 5 .j.t .
iiaa 1jd fcr.i
sIQV ifn Lieut Breese 'Ot'lthoi i
8' n rtS di jj l\ ? ;'-N1 > ': l t ,
Cozutitation Ito I 1 J ;
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..It lead tJi..ilectire 1tJU1.chilt.. .. aU 1JJJol1., : and'read to both,Houies.'.4;.? .;f ad+o: Fai. f9T l&lUt.nriodtJ' .l. tor t lthe 1XoTt .. .. ''
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vent *fcfcig dark pioture CD the.i, ktaty&, T' Nassau ; .= ? .v _. Lt "
Vfrn'otkeTonnti1t into
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1' OB'the lat day'of December;:1846. this Paiadise:3: f the .it.. esnmin gthAt the' town of St.MarXa, There t.upon t e Afs=;i dates "I such P i.tl.i.1..1 1'C.t s!.' !
the first '
f tilts existence expired on" of Missionaries T- -ft '*, ->kJles3 of the education ses:a t new framed'dw .'ouaetGl:seven'r !1 T TIC1f;I* h gi.tO-0 rtt s btJppU u atom 'tt.7'fiP..a .
vUlbe found j 'ttso l
month Append of the natives In industrial pursuits, it says x msrwtth'closeta and oihcr conveniences Jon: .,.jI.L )fb WIi1td 'awnahi pIl24ye sea dui certil dwt : t
7e '
taken placennd it ; >t
hare at
er *
that aU their
1|M efforts hare not ix any degree ameliorated NortherWplaxLJ AlsaaneWlatcheB storeroom ;.GeneraltheiDtstzitt L: et'Newniasril1e '
; E F sad
p $the
period eLo
its operation: They are comi the i xzu, 1
during physicaL. domestic,or social condItion ,Carriage houseworkshop, & all in complete -! allowed; said Art'far the f 'I '
s the last year under the act of 1842. Qf the mass by tbeprovixjg. ict f that.the KW sire_. Jps.betac aiacB A4tU. 1
-i frith of lut January the law for the great of the jnatfve'population., But repair having been built about one.year' ;particulM 4 art;sectScoj. .upon which;;it.ia)p& a the first in we assert it without'the least-fear of contradiction since;\JThere are about 30 Acres of land;under described tit t the, annexed list:' 'Those applicants,"'thereforfc, whose iettl etneiatisan'tnthisis of

flf merchandise*monU public iof its warehouses from any candid man,*.that the ins of the improvement .The dwelling is.pleasantly,.loca: '.theartownshp ,'m i&&W& ,.tot ,and:BecdTixrst'Ne; et L'F [
"eeL glenn operationand natives" are in >oj8e.pbytical,.sociaL and domestic ted on Ae bank f theriver having.fine paler on or before the'said lates: {'aatzsfto "prose! s -
.-l being a part of the revenue condition than that is.which,Christiani. vfew1 Wfnntf$ otnre"'i9'. beMing*orange t --mention 'r.tt'1J, -, .1 ''". '. l" 1"1.: .. ,-pwsuautto.the.IOQaifettient.of'tlhe yBuoh 1 taw''above
)1t .. _
and the tariff act have exercised : f i" ":
a found '
this on each other. What is the ex- ty .them., . trees,: n.d1.? :.yoimger the)it\whkh a; ,.r ?P'oof should be.1;the\ali cants owtTaffidaviti corroborated" l y the-testhiwny'Jtn.
crop of;80pOorangesira5; take present aea-: ttor disinterested and a
aenoeport competent)' Vhich proof should stale all the ta le
r cannot at present ,be easily Epidemic Lans.-Dr Nott an eminent P h Jri- son. Around:it.on either.sideare. apple -.and'peach'trees settlementr!cp.3t,_ .tI.: a-, aY ,
: < ,. '
: L "
the 1. ; f. ; :
effect at ;
fd Its present moment clan of Mobile "' "-A-"ooI. 4
contends that, the yellow fever :Unless the'prCor reauired in the'g"is.med'onor l&rfore the apr3-
; daUspCjBi ed the
lie+ronnel also. t and other epidemic disesases 1 The health'of:th 'lo are governed by right, )and claim to the._Land tinder their Permits. .i- :
remember the and laborious ,* :pcb
long fixed _
Iawe'atld .
a who have'but a limited time alloted any in the State. Opposite thehouse is the best t ,

which was.maintained by the friends to them usually six'to eight weeks; The 'yel ,shad fishery on.the.. river,, tIn ahor&.th place II 'J h.i.'Tnwns.p.-. "" -. r... 'ml' -. Rwge.' j.: '.iJ DAIe. on or before pbicU. the proof of enteflMntmW... i

trade against the protective duties, may .low fever,.he says,has ceased in New Orleans affords to a."gentieman, wishing"to make' this ..J't..i .t. 813:- 0' ". be filed
"ok with pleasure upon the results of the without frost and In the tropics it follows the country a winter or' permanent ;residence," a .'ens,* v ....SouthsThirtyisix Fourteen ;East.' : .November 13th,.1S&8..' r'l ,f: ( t

2 fcirdiirias the year. 'Those who hailed same law without regard.to weather.Mr. rare chance. Terms low,., *" Xv .* ',*,do; Seventeen' :do \ '.' ,,d .. .,I848, .. .1" .
:dation of the reduced duties by the Jia- '- Apply to B. P;_CUTTER n Esq 1*. atVood's.Hotel .1'hirtJ.eix;; o. Eighteen ,; do do'do.. ., r' \ et

ue commencement of an era of greater Clay. -Strong resolutions have been ad- ;Jacfconville,Flavor te Rev. A. H. HARD, Thirty-seven ,do I Eg1teeDeto. ;. do ,do._4. 1:. 4 4. w J".w.a qua
and a more liberal intercourse be- opted at the"second: adverse 'WoodstOc1 Nassau i"-a' ., Thirty eight do Eighteen JOO.J. 'OJ. .rt
meeting; fins courtt1't'Fla.; ,..: (<' ', do, .: _:, -; "
;nations, may look with gratification up- to Mr. Clay's speech Mr. Wicklirs s speech is .. December 17,1847.*' 2m do *, Eighteen-do -.' ... F : .,w dO":4tl. ;, flo.(.., .. .t-:1h1 i.Thirt1.zline' ).Ief .u
eke experience of a year.be much commended. 'Rev Dr. Breckenridge, a Thirty-six c do, Nineteen --do: :.ci do do L
A :;:l4'ma"f..t 8
seen that the increase of commerce noted Whig; preached on Thanksgiving day a Sale: of,Be 1'EsUite', ;' ; Thirty-seven 1, do 1 Nineteen 1 tj C dos li : .L.' itt ." jtl ;. do"i. ;i 'S-
Ajsport nearly fifty millions of dollars. Sermon in favor of the War and Justification "r Thirty-eight; do Nineteen '-'1'Ido> do. '
.i.H.d ,
'TNconformity with:a irder the !' ; :
granted iipl ;
Increase of revenue actually paid to the t>f the President Thirty ne' do Nineteen t dodo : ; ) : 'do do .
e .. .;fudge of for Columbia County the -.':.. ** :
1'zobate1 ,
cat exceeds three millions of dollars; '- doThirty Twenty :' ; d..LThIrtsixi ."

i dding to this sum the amount due upon Aralancf of Produce.-The Albany (N. Y.) _und rslgned. Administratrix upoix tbe'Estato of serer v 'do ** ,Twenty,?* r dA' .jr .-, ,. .._ do'd" ; \.- **.--..*&* 4 .
Samuel on.thi 1..i!
r in the warehouse at present, and Argus states that the 'arrivals in that city from M.Elliott deceased, witt, sell;: Thirty-eight'-, *- TwlAtY-it4'.t4"i ihu .1'do} .hn.W. 4S. v. i
ehacease 20th of January 1848 oae lot in.1 e.. 1 of .. 'J, .. '. .rr'
.Ji -.
1 of revenue H almost four millions the Erie Canal, between nine o'clock on Saturday with'dwe Thirty-nind a 1.do Twenty: 'do J..c dov' dd .
Alligator,Fla ';s:and suitable i ic ,
of: and the 8 nie'bour on.Monday, were 47-, OUt-. l1Ses. .,' ,i ..;: ._ .t NOTE.The particuhtrs'as, to the settlement should be-t} he time when cultivation was com- y
port8 at this i port reach nearly one 900 barrels of flour, 52,000 bushels of wheat,20.- :MAwrRA,ET'Of' .OTT'f'J meneeds the kind:poi,'crop' TOWvated number of'acres in cultivation the kind;;of tent J

t aiUwne; and although is not the 000 bushels barley, 20Ooo'bushcls oats,'360,000 A Administratrix.; tM.l.number persons composing the'family-discriminating between adults andchildrci.maliss ,

,auutJet for the produce of the country, yet pounds cheese,and 160,000 pounds butter. Alligator, December .fi, 1847.: / : .: = land' emn"" e&c" "' -
rts of demestic merchandise alone are t '
ie JOHN Receiver
tap millions. The amount of the du- ._ .rStnte ," <. a
_11Utl and due exceeds mil- Western orators ;haTe said_ a great many Florida" .. .n L.K:6 h: Qprie., ; Newnansville. Florida,'December 10th, 1847. 3t _._ .-H' .
lltiUected twenty- one ,
smart things but it was a homesick Irishman '. '. ft' -. I .#
who saidSir, I was born at a very early per- DUVAL'COUNTrvrtr" < : U. 8. Marshal's::8a1e. t" 'I
gare some of the results of the year, and iod of life, and if ever I live till the day of my To all,to. whom these Presents shall 01MJ TJL>Y.,virtue,of a;writ of..Fi err.,Facias;iaswd ,
gt only observation which we can make upon and Lord .Gr .. :1' out of the United States
death, the only knows.whether I will tingL '._' < : District;PouH
this time is that the duties
gatt still lower. present | or not, my soul shall see swate Ireland before it Isaiah D;,Hart has applied to forthc.,Northerniistrict :of Florida',.whereiiv

sotbereduced for twelvemonths leaves Ameriky"Santa WHEREAS for,Letter',of Administration Josiah Gates is Plaintiff l and,CornelinL.Tsa y lox
jgmgatt ; of all and singular the goods, chattels and Defenlant-l. have levied upon;and shall"
) goods 79,534,070 57,561,005 the first
ll.13S.124j Anna Tried for Steal Jg.-It is not on- credits,;which were of Jacob;Bryan, late;of said Mon lay in .November.t,; between, .

7 tte'pels 8,180,652 : alleged against Santa Anna that he abandoned county, deceased and, intestate: These .are ,FLORIDA' LAND SALES. the hours often a...and twop. :ntof,thjrt i

liS the capital, in a most cowardly.manner, but therefore tocite and admonish all. and singular be offered.for sale, at. Auction' on day, expose *t public salt in front of the Court .,
j joSlMerchandise 67,714.722 05,129 House'iil the
7S that previous to his leaving, he robbed the the next of kin,-creditors and other persons in WILL 7th day of'March,1848 at the : City of Jacksonville: Ali the'right .
87,32,382 ,679 title and
gttle of all bonds and interest stew before I interest, which the,said Cornell-.. .
treasury department every I to cause, me, on or before County Site of Benton county, East Florida tad .
96,447,404 67,467,808 other species available means, and then turned the twenty-first ((21st) day of January,next,en- several-tracts of Land, in Township 21,Range to us Taylor on the 10th ofMay 1843.in and:* :

warehouse the convicts loose to hide it. The Hall of suing, why said application should not be gran 18 and Township 34 Range 21. thefolloTting' tracts of land, TU.to" /
crchaAdisc 2,259,416 i A tl'aet1on the
St John's River. Ibiu _
the House of Representatives was entered by ted. Otherwise, Letters of Administration as On the 14th day of March,at the Court Houseof mouth of said Palo'near

93.700.530pjtia them, and its splendid embellishments destroy aforesaid will issue from this Court to said Isaiah Marion county, sundry tracts in land situated in river Duval called the Tract oT ':
: County State of
ed. D. Hart Floridal
received 29,532,015 Township 13, Range 20, and bounded'on the North the t
by 8t.7ohn-1i
WITNESS namd and Seal of K
masse of dutiable* god-Js in 1846-7 24,226,491 ; my Court 13, 21, River the East
by Sherman'
[L. B.] this fifteenth day of December A.D.1847 u Creeki'runnuig;
tieerette of free goods 2,957,472 Large Hogs.-The Cincinnati Gazette men- 14, 21, with the meanders said Creek .
i tions seven hogs raised by Mr. Edwin Bedford at Jacksonville, County aforesaid. u 14 a, oo King's; :r r
fcjroseofppeeSc 7,969,703 -, thence said '
along road to lands -Lewis
htrease of duties received 3,155,918 of Bourbon county, Ky., which averaged in WILLIAM F. .CllABTREE' At Madison Court House, .on Thursday, the bur ,6n the West' ,' Mat 3
; 'by 'the Johi's'rlyes''x.
itfieB received and due 21,290.571 weight seven hundred and twenty pounds !I- Judge of Probate, County of'DuvaL 23d March. :' : .. I thence running with the river fr?:to the'place'of .

(manse in duties received and due 3918464, Two hogs were brought to Louisville, on the Let the above' "Citatjon"e published once a ::Section. 'Township S.. Range E. beginning; this tract confprfaing to' 1 _.;

Aggregate of export for twelve months: .26th ultimo, from Nolin, Ilardin county, weigh week for six weeks in sonic.newspaper printed TheSE: ?4 of23.: 1, ;-7. survey made bjr Z. C. Gibbs on file in a.the plaieT'St f :.';

JoBtttic Mdze. 47.SCOOS6 30,259,144 ing sixteen hundred pounds, and one of them i& this county, if any, if not..: "in some newspaper SWMof24, .1,. '7. Johns' Circuit Court, under,a decree of .1f :t

J ipit free 769,121 789,741 upwards of nine hundred! printed 180me adjoining county pr State. -" R W M'of 25, 1, 4. made by the St. Johns'.Superiorcou partition in.- ?

Jte dittiaWe 1,530,187 2,206,764 WM. F. CRABTREE. N E >. of 26, 1, 7. 1827, and containing about six hundred acre i .

Death of Mist Josephine Clifton.-Vie learn Judge of Probate,. Q. E3-of ,1, !, ,. 8.- : Alsaa, of land,known as the Torbes Tta&l*\ .
the New Orleans Times the Jacksonville December 17 1847. 6wSherifPs / f .:c' w J of ,c; t '9.,
ftd Merchandise O,1 .!- 33,255,649pcde from of 24th inst. ,: : \ ,' bounded on:the Sovtk by lands belonginff"o I t I

{ 3,262,592 1,569,007i I that Mrs. Place, formerly Miss Josephine Clifton \Jefferson' Court' House, on Monday, thenth'Jlarch F Lewis Mattairon, the West bythe King's Roaion, ,7''j
wife of the lessee of the American Theatre : .
Sale. "*' the North' by :the North fort of ShennaA. .
Iota 53.421,986 34,824,646 died suddenly from a hemorrhage of the Yvjrtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued 's' T l" R. Creek to the mouth thereof' and 'from tfae )1 .

knaseia domestic Merz. exp, $17,600,942 lungs, at her residence. (in that city) on the 23d B from the Circuit Court of the'Eastern TheE % of N W%of 13, S, ',5 E. mouth of said Creek to the month of an Inlet of 1 >.,1. '

Itotaw in foreign free :: *. 29,620Do ultimo.A Circuit of the State of Florida, holden for the "u .E3i ofSW>a bfl3, t,' 5. the sea about one'mile South of the St.'Johns 1 :

''dutiable- u 676,577 county of Alachua and Levy in said State directed u' :W M ofNE ofl4; 1, 5.. Light House, and on the'East by the sea beach jj:

lime in Specie exported 1,693,585Total Curious Belie.-The Oneida Morning Her- Ho all and every the Sheriffs of the J.State ,.cc' w3ofSEj4of14, 1, 5. to the place of beginning, and conforming to a
commerce at this port during the 12stbis ald the clause from the will of S-%of 31, 1, 5. of made : :
gives following of Florida bearing date on the 5th day of June, C' plat survey by Joshua A Coffee, on fil* ;
wider the new and old tariffs: Lewis Morris one of the Signers oC'the Declaration A.D 184' Will be sold on Monday the 6th day < N E 3-4 of 6, *2, 5. in the Duval Circuit Court, under\a:decree*of, .

IIperti $98,706,530 69,167,808 i of Independence. "It will be seen," remarks of December next, within legal hours of sale, EM. ofNW! ofS; 2, 5.TERMS. .partition thft Duval,County Court in"1833jand ,
One-fourth cash the in
52,421,9SC 34,824,646 i the Herald, "that the worthy old patriot in front of the Court_ House, in the Town of with, balance t confirmed by"the Circuit font.of ta 4
interest ;
partook liberally the prejudice which existed Newnansville,in the county or Alachtur in said three annual instalments ad County.of Duval,at the May Term,.1S47 eoii. f y

$152,158,516 104,292,464 among our honest Dutch fathers against the State, a'Negro Boy: by the name ''of',Georg vance. Or, if any purchasers' should prefer to taming about thousand seven hundred and' "
'Increase of commerce uo&r the new law in Yankee race" "It is desire that pay all cash, five per cent will be deducted sixteen each !
my my sonG aged,about 30 years. Levied upon as the property acres- tract being a part of the*
see year,at this port: UTerneur Morris may have the best education of the estate of Francis Sanchez,deci, from the credit instalment Grant made by:the Spanish Government to An r _

fcports 518,597,340biportii that is to be had in England or America and sold to satisfy said writ, in which Samuel Lists of the particular tracts can be had by drew Dewees, on to of the Post ?Masters in
29,238,722 but my express will and directions are, that he L.Burritt is Plaintiff, and John J.Sanchez Administrator applying any, DeUton'ior 1791,and confirmed to his widow and heirs, on y
Jl. E-The above statements have been pre- be never sent to the Connecticut Colonies, lest of the estate of F. R.Sanchez deed, Marion county., or they will be furnished, if I the 4th day of May 1804-said tracts Include f

Fed from the books of the Custom House,with he should imbibe in his youth that low craft is defendant. Property pointed out by John applied for, by letter post-paid, addressed to the.town of Hazzard,'the steam saw mill.OH the '

ttuA pains and expense. Papers copying or and cunning, so incident to the people of that J. Sanchez administrator of said estate. THE STATE \REGISTER, AT TALLAHASSEE, FLA. beach, and the suite taut which the Sk'John' i

sing;them will therefore have the courtesy toPe country,which is interwoven in their constitutions THOS. C. ELLIS, Sheriff JOHN BEARD, Register of Light House.Stands:*, : ".. a s ;

u the usual credit. that all their art cannot disguise it from Newnansville. E. F. Nov. 5th '47. Sins : Public: Lands of the.State of Florida. ROBERT MYERS,"'Marshal,.. 'I.> 1t
Tal1ahasee 13 47. 3m Nor 19
the world, though many of them, under the %' r The above sale' is postponed until the oV' Dyhis DeputyiG..H 3IPBU1'l:1

., GEX. TAYLOR ILLS ARRIVED. sanctified garb of religion, have endeavored to first Monday in January next., Dec 10 Notice of Executor's..Sale.= U. &Marshal's Office+
IkeN. 0. Picayune of the 1st inst says- impose themselves on the world for honest 'men. "YY7TLL BE SOLD at Public Auction, under St.ngustine. Sept 17,1847. s.

The announcement will received witha thrill 1760, Nov. 23. LEWIS MOBUIS." ., Sheriff's' Sale. .. ''.' an order of the Judge of Probates,o( N. B.-The reservation of four acres;inera-. rt

tin by every citizen of New Orleans, and the virtue" ,of a.writ. of fi: fa,, issued 0 t' out of the County of Duval, State of Florida, at Jacksonville ding the Light House$wiU.'first be offered foj"

w* of enthusiastic welcome with which we Pence rs. Pounds.-"Will you give me them BY the Superior Court the District of East in said County;and Station Tuesday, sale, as above, and'the,-remainder, in separate -f;

pel tfkis him here will find an echo in the hearts pennies, now f' said abig newsboy a little Florida for the 'County of. Duval, 1 will 'expose the let day February,, 1848, all the personal I tracts, made known on the day and at the place*

countrymen throughout the entire extent him "No House in The of the estate of George,Kingsley and ot sale.g '.
tithe f one., after giving a severe thumping. public sale, in front of the Court property, ;
,Yehave Republic. I w n't." uThe.n Til give you another pound- Town of, Jacksonville in said county, on the consisting of forty Slates, male and female,,of. -The.above sale is .postponed.uBtf1,. :

an account'from an eye witness of ding. Pound away, and be d-!' .Me and first Monday inctobernext, between the legal different,ages a lot of corn fodder, potatoes, first Monday in December nextt: 'i. :Nov5 .ti

reception of the General from the moment docter Frankling agrees-doctor Frankliug hours'of sale on that day,a certain negro female plantation tools,utensils,'&&, &c Terms,one Proceedings in.'this cause'iwi z'_beenl;
ikMoamouth came in sight and by discharges thej balance in twelve with stayed by the Court, the sale o/the above adv
of says, "Take care of the pence and this pounds slave, called Chloe, and her child George, takenin halfcashj, months '
&oanon and display of sags announced that will take care themselves."Sunday Mercury.Drawing execution as the property.of Joseph B. Lancaster personal security be approved of by the Pro vertised propertyis-further postponed 'tWIl

ns bearing home to Louisiana her distinpusbed ,to satisfy an execution in favor of Gould, bate Judge of Duval.County. ; the firyt'Monday in March.next. Deft 17, iB
tie on the Mexican Mines.-We see by Banks &.Co., THOS.LED WITH, JOHN S. SAMAHS, Sheritfs- Sale. : 'i'
Kingsland Month
accompanied OLIVER WOOD f
advices from Ver.x rruz to the 3d last that. Augl::Zi, 1841. Sheriff, &e. ,
in our ,
and when .
some forty roles up the riv- Executors. (Sokjrst Monday January$ IJ
his to that from 55- The above sale has been postponed to -
CoL port
Jenerul repaired on board the Kin land Barney Wag on way amount the 1st.Monday in November next; Oct 8t. Jacksonville Dec.. 3d, 1847.TheSavannnh"Oeorgtan. Y virtue of,two writs of fieri taciat-blad,
dine Mexico with train containing a large
with the Committee.. After brief visit a The nbove.sale.is postponed until thefirst 33- and Charleston .'from the Clerk's office of the CircaU Qearll
its r
silver in bars. This ,is probably on way
,plantation of CoL.White, the General're the first Monday Decenjber.uext. Nov5' Courier, will copy once a week,till the day of for'the County of DuvaL., Eastern,;Cii :c
It will ?
aned to the U. States for
on board the Monmouth and was landed coinage. The above sale.is,, postponed until thfirst1ond.y > sale, and send.their bills.to this office.Administrator's Florid wherein:;.Willia B. Bos* ..p1a -t
of the this.country =
flier at the Barracks about midnght in importation kind. into 61lCe. Dec'10 and Arthur Burney defeadaat I have >

lit she still awaits his orders. the commencement of the war, and will be but inJU1uary.nc.xt., >--i ;. f Notice. upon, and
Lt.the Barracks his family awaited his re- the beginning of nn extensive importation of. TIO reditOTsVLegatees! ; ,and persons en- HOUsQ.c\oorl.in; the JTown of Jacksonville,

i bullion from Mexico. TaxCoIlcctor's'Salc.ON titled to distribution. in the Estate. of Af[ond iy 'the third ;.of January,-1848ythev

He was received with cheers on the Mary --- Monday the 7th'day of February next, Seymour Pickitt, deceased, Notice"ir* Hereby- following..,discribed.property, tawiiv a l Negro

EagsUni, and every steamboat and'every Passengers. /18481,-- -- twcen'th titt.1Jt hours of sale Given That= administration* -"- *'*11?the* _'estate_* of slave Catey, about 40 pars of:;age-and also a_
op from the bar to the pilot station'mustered Per steamer Wm. Gaston, from Savannah, on' that dayj Vin- be 5oltPfor'th state and; said decedent*was granted ron-tneaq, day or Negro slaxe Paul, a magi about 35 years of age..

"lands and cheered a welcome. The flags of Dec nth.-Miss Scaton, Capt. J R -Mitchell County Tax,'-so much--of the 'foli "named' January, 1847j by.the Judge of Probates for the Levied upon as the property said doiendent -. ,
**&jr'nation hoisted tracts of Land -is will jf.ty the same and all'ne County of Duval,State Florida,5;and that,their '
were from the shipping R Hallowcll J H W Clinch and R Brad- anA to be sold to satisfy.saidvn$of fiftij
*4 Capt 46-ct4 f latrl' = demands will be'barred at th tad .
"iz 730 and
the air was rent with huzzas of welcome to c5Sa'expenses; : 'J belong claims; facial ., .
willttstrious soldier. On his passage up the Icy.Per inS'to Antonio'AWarez i .150 rie1"' belonging to of two years from the day of grantingsaid'het THOMAS, T;, PWTTFBT aVifffT .

menthe plantations turned out their quota up- U. S. Mail Steamer .Ocamulgcc from Savannah James A. Bardm f."'OU acres ttMing to Mrs tersof AdministrationiunJess filed and made i to DuvaAQountyfJacksojsinie

e ths.hanks and swelled the general acclaimb Dec. 13th.Miss Berrio nUll servant,' Mary Ann Davis; 83 acres-belonging to Samuel appear within that time. Of which* all persons* ,Novemb_ 2.6, X84J. }
the icres returnisd by Daniel! S.Gardiner : concerned win take notice -.u.1- L. g-
words of our informant Old and Grimski 340 .
Rough 'R'Rent ; __. .
'J Davis'and servant .
Dr. ; 1'0
aQIlThe midst of us. A brilliant career Miss Holland, ;F4000 acres belonging Moses' 'E''Levy; 7. ,?JAMBSrJUEICKITTAdm'r ,- Tax. olteeio S ajc, r'
Jjrictory has lighted him to our shores. He fro and servant, and H W C Loud.: 31 acres returned by:Chas. J- Schoenheist,'as ;'f/ ,.of a Pickitt,deceased, ONMonday-the fchday o t Ma lla :i, :

'UJOe welcomed by a grateful country. Per U._ 6. Mail Steamer St.:'Matthews,,from, agent for child f'and 80 'ACres returned as belonging ; Jackaonvnie,>fovember. 12th, 1847. 8w --isualhoara'ottafe011

e following the of the officers and child 'JAtfred Taylor; AU which land: is lej day, Will be'sold 'r'.the"St' t.e"MdI'-:
t are names- SavannaK,p'ec. 1: .-MnfcN R Child / *,. mtucwC.THOS. )Iti11n>tei"aabonz W aIl tsis .
compered Gen.,Taylor: J. H.Eaton,'aiddb4fCbLWG.- Norris and' Mrs.EwingMiss' within the county of uvil?\J the power invested in me by law, I shall ,Taxes, so much of the folio viDg .Wi"I IIvv "
:chil EwingJ
Capl: AW' s. Gb11ett Mrs. d; : LEDWITB1 Sheriff,'and BY for Public sale, oa the first Moit of land,'as will pay the.same,and M may.

S 1J tL A; 'Major G.'Porter/4th Artille- Miss Bennett, Mis37Arnouf llajor.,W .E. Mills, Et.oflcloi Collector" 'ff'o.,. D.. .j C., day in'expose February ;next,E'before:the Court House:;; expenses:ris: 10,050'acrer-af Jant'! 84

ii; L"w.. Bliss; Lieut. C. L. WilbeaM Major K: B Gibbs, Messrs. ''N
Artillery.? Taylor, J' APriesfer;'W'8-Jttd;P B Breatbitt, -',-- .. p,'. -1 .' "I" .
:lAaIie Combs and five other conspicuous Gee tlibbs. .,H'c.Ti, ..:. ., }DdLJ911DSt. ,j n ;1 I Nassau *Sheriff. 'e'* Sale. t' J' to.wit:--The northeast quarter four Of'range Section((18)) the Tract$t.and John'a.B.iTerbowD belonging ito.theestates.as the S: JoBepht'j.:WattWf

JJJ?Pf Benry Clay issued printed circular TN ofthellst Section &A entitled = eighteen .Township ((34)) thirty .
'-- pursuance the West side olthe Manatee Smith.; 500 acres of land on the S&Joha'sEhaer '
JJJtt Le xsngtan,.,,Kentucky in October, de- ': .il iNir 'INTELLIGENCE.P.ORT A ,J ,An "Act'e1 ting to rim S and misde-' :((18))'eighteen River bounded lying on!'on thenorth'byjattdbwned -" hnown tho-Hurl Tract'returned byJk JL*
?TtB|the Taylor in that and February.l6th.1832."and,of *
4 meetings st:1.t" meanoraApprbved b't.Major Gambl'southbJlands owncxl :'byCol Putnam agent'for Hull;11200.acres of land
*Jag the nomination Mr. Clay by ana- OF JACKSONVILLE,DECEMBER 17. 'an.order of his Honor George:Wc ,n.Jt d.ge and M. Ledwithv the Manatee. belonging E. Pohl & SonJ390.acrea, be1c *.

f kit coavention. _.They say he 'is"inoxcel- ***'- ,. presiding in the Eastern C'uitp(Florida,dated /Reid iwe >larid&east* by Levied' as ingtoLindley't AitaraedbyrWFor;

filth,and'that would be his.duty to I; r 'ARRIVED.:. ..it ./ ,V.Xov '.i 2pthovember, 1S47, ViU ;be oeredpt River, by public upon ward aa aggut jTJuo"acresI. ero" rnP1 iC .
?TP* a nominatipn.nThJsfiecrct circular has ;. t 246 pg Emil ,,Ha1lowc1!, New,York.Dec. public outcry' ;for sale"at tKe door of e.C urtHo ;the prt peity of WmL'4'raig, to/satisfy the oD.-histax'? son',t&irited'u1.*mien'z. ;:7.r sear agtnt,. .
t t 1 and all costs and charges arising > 1ir 1 .
n-Sit around.Jthe country confideatiaUy tQ lltnt amer,Wm. Gaston,'W'C Men: : i e df Nhs8 hDttr F1il'.on thEfii4it'on s. r acres he oBging'to ;'CorneKttS7TayloTJ '

, -1 >ligtrand; ,according to the Cincinnati En; t.delL/34"hours from Savannah,.to Holmes&Co..) day iii i 1I unry'n xth the services tSt!ken' r hrfdm uJ.f iao_1tt.*ilQJINrAR and etaWcb Tx;Sheriff ector4- the abbvela}d being within the"county"pr c

;which publishes copy is printed on a *-DeStea erMcNelty,- Harman..a free Negro, to any person, Rbo;will f'u ), 1J-4 '3ins vat3--4. -.- THOSI 'SherIft ands 1"iJ
Nov ?
1Fiuaboro''ca ; G,4 : M
k frr*eeti with,the signers'' names Appended .A&DnaIi via Darien;Bra'n>wick,rto St:Marys 0.' take said free Negro far theshortesVperiod of f .ll ; ; i '.;. cw ...1"\'lrz-o9iei ''ioU \.IV"nector/UC:1: *

***wn hands .... t. *., .L. Fernandezi4i-Biabee, ".t'1'.' _,...""'&A ..-... timeTpaywgTtfefine and"costs of'prosecution, fax Colt.As'at sa4Cr'i. si t ,Jaekso,. "n'"N". .'&'''is1.. ;.f 1.' .* *msfJ .
won t *-.-c.* .--" .if--* *? < *" i! .
after this circular, Mr.', the'paid'Stt Hannan in next A T. -
was despatched, ; -&"lSthvi-asSteamer 8t.MatthewsKing, adjudged against Ni Mon. ,.i the'e ttIaay of May : : '
Clay ilw p his meeting in Lexington, and is- Tfro 36avannan--MerehU: to ;Mn.aJ Lancaster; the'casc 'the;State/of.Florida, sgaioatrthe .0 O D '1 bet' the usuaLhours ofsaleVAA IP*A L'.4X,; .A- .Jt'q"'U" EJ.. F..". .
q the. HaJiaai 'for toe to runaway atd1' tsol& \J and Count }-4.lM .
progmmme! for; whigs in Congress :Miss"Berrie W' B. Bois Jacob'Marti, Doha said Stephen aidinga "na fbr 1
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:jor t e 'doubt : toaster.* tried at the TKovember r 'at ... Subscriber".Info_,'tier fHed
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cam .545. can i \ Fernandei &tBisbee wind; HJ>Hoi- from tax:winuch,: followiBgname '
this taeMan" is still pursuing laad Sprague' ..;-.i. ...r. i.IV"_,_r24Arii-'r ,..a..f.. -'".;...,i ..;...l'.H.. Terni. ...1847. of the Circuit" Court'otNamuC. l2iND ,of" T ,d1'wiit_ .. y.-?"'.lose'5 1d''iU'hecestiy ___ ; and patrons that'she has opened the*;

G horn of Ihe'presidency' ?;*leis four de- "t'I. 1'.26 .ir.w t,EARED "U c'' ..rot(tDfIC. w: <.hU.: ",-A'LEIi9NDEIir'.. -.v J:BBI.DAQCIi. ;,,*;!. t ->< _.- ;_ .e :,a' .tl\J S.3t Tdsrissbit Ili12" -. toye itsta lishment'th ? ';vAw{:th.
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.. December 3d 1. 5t 1L1it lW'A11-Qt 1l" housei thoroughly ;
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} kerNatibnal Cohen 'e're-elec* Peon.._.L UJD b er...,...- .- ., '- ethl1 T DoSed to belong to Simeon Rouse, and'lies ta ,1,1:1A places baUt;so that nowshdlileta t.M .
the E-lUoFof! Cherokee ?John1 Doc.\12thteatner.wni..G :': : tJL} {coonEDni sad' \. "
: Advocate .CHA : DUfLvThree! : good
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,. for'inoflier Jtraftf Tma y eirs.''The r SaTannah. S t : l.\TrOl1NB itCOUMSELtOKf A.'r.oL.AW, late due, retofod-! bt{ {, .t t Jng.to h: .
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lower I. t&d er i l gelScl4elte J, ie'LnCt9' 71can be' .
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letort"lM ,'- -> .0.GD -- t- practice'inthe cver LCourteofthe& oternCircttit I r",: ,ia41':P4. Nt.J50SLEDWlT1J, 'j .
t George" S.va"'l. Tf' (;ia.ib: L .WXi it5; : of.Florida\L. 4&.i&o. ".t & t'ii Es MeibTuCCollestoD.'f' f iA'.mG. '
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:1.: dressesl( genteeVand.:when in this neighborhood qe 4 ;a1! .1 ( .mUl"dP tei. '' : ; '0.' B S ,: rAni 'iea .tcfh r.b" ':d lni n l k .. rtr ft, .U "" Me J t',
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a i :. passed himself as a Cumberland know ; iti pilfitt 4 .' V .t
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r t\i UdtltaOtid FeBows. Society' .From the accoont ;'j :< 9. 'O"O T i.i8 "':P ek ps :., VVVL 'b 4
Fever and Ague, which it will do in-thef. ry '.' '!! T, d1W .tbe : OFj FLO u>*,-oUthe'periods -- -! > t 1 J li T>>
.t 'yeU as the said Eubanks was arrested near reik.41i of US hrii8b lJ id EU If\ 'f4'S
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himicdi. 'hereinftet'i me tibtd&w jt :
4i. pnpaJJay,:lnJhstFlorida, for : w. :,.e.thr. ITT Caving IDa > &Vpprtt.ffiV
4 -i. duct and as he passed 'himself.for'J.'Rbber-: 'kppp3 44 t5fiUqqt 4a44neVists&s ; Me fbl ir; R'EI N 3Mtetp :' ., th Coazt.4 .at.Ilil.v5?!" ,
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\- l 4 i oafJK wJtS.brought'.to Montgomery.,. by', theJ8her which will.make it he,most popufar,.Medicine ''. .I '. .. : '. t.; ,: fcenclng., on>londayKthe!-ejenlh jof? |brtwr ;jkD I.e J..J..1. "abave"i1sidesu.t
.1 i ff"ofBentoii; County FlJriela; 't"L"euppositlontnat ha oft r for'al ttorcai'4r ., oflhe.& '.
It" tJ upoa In the SQ1tl ern.tates. The Medicine cop. .J! t.t,9 ;ueVortb. fJ Iispa1. publio:11aswin t,ot.rrorid&. _. -
.1 2 he was Jessei-RQUeraon,-who' ;: "t''ft 'LO'W t p' lci"It the npdennejitionea townships and partoftohis'yz. JifiiiMJi ttiin ',ttjjPliiflfltL
tams noimineral: preparation.mteyerL but,is a ..f ':' 'Ji J: _' .:
. j'i was charged- ith forgery, and' who broke jail harmless Vegetable matter only. To.Plants, Ji e "1'1.l"'J. < c"t,1'1) 9'f .1 :: VV ",;' V j "v L .1Esqr.,1'cu t

I I "f in. Montgomery spring; but, as he proved this MexUcineuis a'j ablepreparation// ns it B,. ,:P d q t\r \ South of thejasehnejavajait ofjhe principal V V V'V >' ".S_ ,(.

J' r not to be Jesse Rob rson, he'was set at liberty: cures all cases.in'twelve hours. and. oesJ; ot iiq'w< tftsnro cevedabr49seTtF7\day, .- --.. -yr cH-J"n.".. ..,..";- :' ..> -V& 2u 9rde4Thaj1e143d t .;EW J.it.
i' :'. f and we have reason!to belieVe.he: will make his require any time to Ite lost; all that4s to:be and many of them re got'jup for qur.own.sales, _'Fractional township! twenty, ofrange.thirty.one. bereqnire4 toappeuDnd ansg&'

f : :' I way towards EastFlorida' as his health is such done is'to take:-Medicine and tog0tGVwbk. and not to"be found elsewhere ,. ./ H tv pntsbfllof complaint, witbiniourV'
I '.' at to induce him to make his way to more, .corrected from 7: (tcceptepVeighteenninu 8e w .siTisevr Divorce fjicoyusojinil 1 bo akmjie.puDiwJaea .:
J" To theHice Planter it jis a.valuable..Medicine.s _3r Printed lists .of .prices, : Tw shlps1ftyix! : ,
:'r" j' Southern circuit it does not.contain any mercurial or.mineral day to day, jrith IrtZ1.ta $\\9nD.the market, + ;; ;;: .hiryn4kironc) ....Jbul,tu Illr1lur, D7djr Tlaal& _
t ": k l SAMUEL S. SMITH. preparation whatever, and! is thereforea sale aye placed 1 the hands'of buy era.. *.t.* ; f P.J Oftyiaeirf n;i,and'sectionsjon i'two,:! hree, d l, rl !1,r a&Clerk.ot\WI.c.-,
;. .;... .;; f THOMAS J. SMITH. Medicine for thase.whojare liable to i exposure -1erel4tIIl be::able to'form:'. e'id.e j&f {oura fire,six, senDI eight, thnen,e1eyemrflf. ,nome N" w"ft".pti-'ii

I :" ; '. f H.J.IAIUtEI4L.' I beg you, do Q.ot let: qie hare to tax yoaso.often the'extpnt and5;variety'of our asso.tment; when teen, seventeen, eighteen,.nineteen, twenty, tEe3Ea>tem;Circuit;.ofj> .!o S2
;. .':: t Cahaba, Ala, Sept 16, 184'1; NOT 26 the ; t-ourna1 stock' and cpnsecuUVely.lirDur months. "A
" I with advertisements, certificates&c.Tit restate, 1 t: Iue pfhls'bJiK twentyonc,' ,.twenty-twoyja township fiftypnej il
I a ,.; j. In Circuit Court ;has already,providritsilf to,to what say.it is, !AETICLK; ,'ft at least twice-ihe value of i tfing.th1r y.ight, V V V .. .. ;. TBO.DOUG-AB.l .'
:; j ,': i ;. EASTERN CIRCUIT O1 FLORIDA. fnd thegreatest: proof is., every body is recom* theentiire ck t&oxIs'ii1nAlly 'byburUrgest1 OW, Wllpa A 't1Ai. t P.t1-S1J,.P .1J lQD V :V 'ClajktJJfce, Qrnrit'O, 1Wrt,>. .1.f
':1 '. I 4 .-, .- COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT- mendinj:it" to be the only 'cer itt and .sj edj ; 'wholesale;j bbers. :This" foct.uto- and 'fifty-seven,, (except sectjons twenty- ColmlM C.

.1 .: I -s- J Deen4erTerm, 1847. cure foVtWjFeyerj'and.Ag e.'. All*jR &liave.to gether with ,the.fact, that our meana ana our Ave t.t twentyixtire.uty': .twenty-eight t 'nJt GSIBoiiIu; ClukoCaW

1 : t Utlsaac'Hardee and Robert 1 ',do"is"'i:s1t'your.neighborwiiit. he Jth'inks, :of attention,'instead of being divided among a vast ("twenty-nins, V.thirty thirty-one, thirty-two, dblhereby eertifj he above.to;>be;.

.1 f ; 1- fUwtrdeeg'merchants and part-1 Attachment: 'HUWphrOyS'RCU1e7:' r :F ,''nd'Ague ar&4 varietjrof articles, .are devoted wholly o,ONE thity.threetbirtytour! ,thirty i .five and: of Att Order duly made and terdi.,,

.1 i .: uers. trading' under the namej Sum sworn to, of course, to be co&iucedyouwi11! try .it, at will render the advantages'which we can offer six,) of rangelthirjgaiiflftuJ: 1 _L V iathe'aboyeentitletl;cause, .on'ti. iiZAQcjlr4.D.VlS47.VV.

=i .' style and firm of I. P. .& R. H. f J54 06 least hope so. Here is my.offer to any jmntep to-dealer perfectly obvious ; and ,it shall, be Sections.one,two,three,four, fie six twelve, : .: .:
t : ., l Hardee, /Bond filed forT of South C Carolina who will either call oil Doci,. our care that none who visit. establishment thirteen, tw; nt-foura1; twenfy-five" town* V2f1$;:'W,JTJKS*:,WBKMOT. ,.L.,

:-.5- 1'& '$308 12 1??. M. Cohen, of Charleston,'SI: C, 'or myself in shall uieet with any,disappointment. ship fifty-five, and fractional Jownshipjfiftv-six. ;to set my hand, and caused ,th'

. J: Nickabnd Ra te SoI1. the city of Savannah,'and either of us will give Our.assortment complete at all'seasons' of "((except sections two/three ui'fie."'.aDd sit.., ) [L..S.'*" '] id.4c0urtbihereunto a 1i
.t !. ? f m'Defendant and all others interested are enough for twelve cases, and if 1& does not cure tcsew. '' LEE, JUDSON & LEE. 'ori'-BiscayneBay i ,"of range'forty.; VS ,s25th' 'day pfQctobf1'.kD,1M7ol]

\ t k .: cJt Uiereby notified. of the commencement. ten out of the twelve/we.TrUl refund the amount P. 8.-B. F. LEE., formerly of the firm of I FrJ.ctionaltownshlp*fittyrfive, on "BLscayne. VV "< (SSCARBOEOUQIJttkOct.29

p : .1. J'k the ttbova'entitled suit by attachment, returnable paid for it. You are. to..,'.seeih, -MediciQe takenas U rd &:Lees,and!late senior partner of the orUjinal Bay," of range forty pne. V .- .. .4m ,.
i. p '1 'to'the December Term of said Court, to wit: I have directed '* V iiJ11 Lee & Brewater, from ,which'conlection At the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE, 'AdnLInls1ra1or's'yfjafteiTdate

.. :, / the ihird Monday in December next, and are Owing to the' heavy:rainsduring V the past withdrew some time ago,.has resumed commenoing on Monday, the tWt ut.first day of MONTHS I sIJtOthe.HOOrable ;f
.;f j _i' V required to' appear and plead to the declaration summer, and which still continue, all the low business in ,connection with Messrs. Lee & February nextf r the 'dl'4poaJl.'oi e"public SIX J.dlt' ;

i, I J--",;.' therein'filed according to faw.l5io ands are under water, which will cause a:great Judson, and -assures!his .friends that the new lands within the undermentioned townships and &r 4he County- eh foy biJ
I b #.:.0- '-t *>' 'W, !t.'lVEPlatnhft"s Attorney. deal of this disease on the Rio Plantations: it concern shall: have :the 'same-pre-eminence in parts of townships-viz: *. and vouchers, as'A.ti. ietofmyaccounts i ';

'. )ht t I iAlUgator-E.: F. July 30th, 1847. 4m will be to yoqr advantage to procure certain this:branch of. trade,,which;'formerly ,distin South ..tif'tbease.l and east of the'principalmeridian of the estate of Joshua Miller,1ate olaif

: .i' ;t _.....diniiiistrjitoi'S Notice. and speedy.remedy ; you can do so by applying guished the other two, houses to which he be V "- V -_V

i f ,: i:....: T OTtCE HEREBY.GIVEN, to all cre4it- to either of V my' Agents or myself. //Ask. for /raged.. June 2i, 1847. ly Townships'twenty-one, ''and. twenty-two,".of deceased.J09IAH SEK1N V AM '
''to l; ors. legatees, antI.persons entitled to dis- HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVEft AND V range nineteen V August 20th, 1847. .;.=aOTICE.
* j .v. ;: trlllit(qa'ln" the estate of Felix Ortis, late of AGUE. { Pay Attention.' ''Townships twenty-one,' (except sections one., VV
? I !': HilUbovough county, deceased, that unless they The Medicine is for.sale by the following A.: LL .who are indebted an jr.manner to,the t1irehe thirteen urteen, twenty-three, twen t -'

:!; ?: &::: exhibit their claims or demands to or deposit. named gentlemen,who are the only agents for PL late firm BELLOWS & SANTO;.will ty-four, and twenty-five,) and twenty-two, .of SIX WEEKS after date, the' _N'J I'
;f. :.t; a them"Wjth me for payment within'the time pre- the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, where please 'make'immediate payment of their accounts range twenty. will apply to the Hon.Judge

I cU1,by law, froiu the secoud day of March, it will be found ,either at wholesale or retail. to .Thomas B. Bellows, who is alone Townships twenty-two and t.wenty..three of the county oflienton, for Lettm'tf.4 tw yi;'

: :', ;:"' AD:1S47they; ;will be forever barred.' And Country merchants will make a handsome profit authorized to settle the business of the old firm. range twemty-one. (Ion\on.the estate of G.3. Riats,Ut.if TFMocunty

- i: .;0 rt !htelegal heiratof said deceased are required to by selling this medicine. A liberal discount If instant attention is ;not given to this notice. Townships .twenty-two and twenty-three, of Georgia, deceaJed.0 V : _"

., I coMe forward within.the time aforesaid and made to Planters, &0. by the dozen. Address it will,be necessary to place these accounts in range,twenty-two. V V WJLL1AM g...SP1

J 1 tf. : haveJaf final .settlement of their interest in said W.HUMPHREYS, Jr.. the hands' (the proper authorities far.collection. At theLand Office at TALLAHASSEE, commencing Fort Dade,F1a. .oct. 91847. ::V i. ft.1t

_: ;. estate.according'to tbetatuteiniuchcasemade Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, THOMAS B. BELLOWS. ,on Monday the seventh.day,Of February ,WotJcc V ?' >

S t, L' .. tlJt l JAMES T. :] AGBEE, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, .Jacksonville,.Nov. 12th,;.1S47. 4t "next, for,the disposal of thepnbiic! lands hereby given thai the undengvdkii!

I, \f..;, .;.: ,; : Administrator .de V lJonisn n. SAVANNAH: GA.. Levy bounty Sheriffs,Sale. within the undermentioned townships;and parts IS ken letters Testamentiry "1ne.eitII.

1g4: -;8et ber17," IS7. V Swttte.ofE1urida J. Sale first. Monddy in February next, 1848. townships, viz: Laborom Burnett,deceased,13tt" tlIi1

5 : Duval Cuauty.V THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. be sold on. thefirst;: Monday in Feb- South oft the baseline and nest. .of tht principal county-and-gtate of Fkrida. All,penosidebted ,
.v..Vi .: "T-WJT. ,To AU. TO WHOM THESE. PRESENTS 4 VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. next, between the hours of 10 & Fractional me irnan.northeast> f forbes'sgrilllt .to*the:said.estate, are reqvestedUfi .
4t.s. :: 2 at the house of Enoch Daniel's the following township two, of immediate payment and all
:. >.L H ,1 ALIt COME G REETING.j ., SOU'l'HERNEltt following from my o'clock ; ihbsakmngfrb
j V ; t. XTUEAS, Thomas Holmes has applied -. S. Farr, of Graham- Lot of Lmd;:StiO',:acres third rate of range .one. northeast ag.aiisfrVthe 5ame, are-notified to presut
4 !t'r k: '$IJ'I, tp (1 his Court, forLetters of AdminisjnrOf villeS.C. land or so.much of said land as will.&itist' the township. one, V ot.J'orbeiagrimt.9f.rapge.two. duly authenticated for setUeatit.* Tlealiti

.t ,:: ',::V .\ all and singular, the Goods Chattels, Mr. William Humphreys, Jr. Taxes due. for,the .same, for the.year.1847, including Fractional sections three four nine tate is1 supposed to be solvent. ,: .' I't'litt-
f "., ;:. a 13I t iQcedUs. which were ofOran Baxter, late of Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. all costs and .charges. Said lauds} are ,, ten MARY BUR- En.E I '
and fifteen former
\ *&d: ourt deceased and Intestate These :are Watts, in favor of your-.Remedy for'Z'ever.anti situated i near -V14y' Lauding on the Suwanee fourteen in a reserve TAJ "Oct. 29 1847. ,S1f IVVV." 1.
L.. cite a.ud admonish all and he is ftiverand/owftftdby Uerron... and sections iwenty;ven,jwenty-eight,thirty-! '"V-- V V V V VVV .. .1.( I tAt
4., (/ \l& efo!e.to singu Ague ; a man of .integrity,:and Ltfc testimony / ..NO ICE. j
two. and.thirty-iiiree, In \o nship one ;. tOWnship f
tlie.next kLu .creditors and other is Undoubted. ; '" V RQSEftT WATE STON :
1 '; Jari persons consequently V two und, MOTHSafterdate1
west JPqrbes's grant LsflprseaL.
4 ij{ how cause before.me on or before V Yours ShriftL.C. township SIT
interes.t .to
. i : (1 respectfully "
;f 1 bt'. t the. tenth (IQth,) day of December next ensuing, 'THO& .J. S...FARR.Grahamville.S. 1f'. 14.1s47.j4cvi.cniuty; three., wiestpf the Apalachicola jriver;of rangeeight. estate<'V of co Wcol; js F Murrhe.vouchers bupf as Executrix A'aaai etK) '
V ,
) ,.,.r P-: V ,jjy said:application should .not .be granted; ,.- -. ,; C,'8 p.t. .18th,?1847; Fractional townships three (ixtept.tge southwest deceased, tojhe UonJudgedProts.tszicounty1orVa
: FV otherwise-Letters of Administration aforesaid -' ;: )SJierifPs JSale.le.Jirst ; ,
; JMr.) W. Humphreys J> >
; section final settlement of sail tstatahallat
V jfondayuL Februaty vext 1848.. fraction of : thirtj:4ne'iuid: ) frac e
to said
, jL. jwijl issue from this Court Thomas V
; ', Dear ir-i'his,is to certify t .I have used' sold\ on the. first Monday in:Feb-. ti :township four west "LJhippqLi Lake-, the. lle.h apply,for Ltttm sf'
ji j( l'1..es. your Fever and Ague,Reinedyritksuccess. 1. WILL.be sections six and 1DL Jon as such Executrix of wKici .u
next between the hours of &. (except fractional ,sev a thirty- ,: ;
name and seal of Court : J 10 "
. : ,, ,iL M !%VITNF.Ss my ,obtained! a supply itfrorn, Mr. T. J. S. Farr, one'),of nine. sons interested in said estate, are d..
J the house
2'o'clockat .of Enoch Daniel's the range .
A. ,
2nd of I) 1847 ,
: this day November ? '
: V
of this '
: ; JOur Agent place administered ito :
; : Jacksonville County atoresa.id.iI (following Lot.of. ,land :-10 acres of first rate :fractional sections twenty-two twenty-three take notice JURY MIJRBBEZ, J.
4 ::1 tt) at my daughter, according to directions and,Iam and tWe our the main land id 'SJOfk .1847.JBxecniri*
on October ,
,'J { ,, .: V WM. F. CRABTREE to state that the and, or ISO much of ,said, Jaud, as will satisfy t1- V ,V V V V -
disease her in
' t; Probate Duval the Tax due on the same, .tor.the year 1847, including .. two of range twentysix.Fractional '
Judge.of County. .
rb ,1' -ui ; the,course of thirtysir. hours and her :: C0?
present sections ; OEl I'ES &
;4 .tLJITthe above "Citation" .be published once all costs"and ch .. &i4 Juids are thirtyrpne, thirty-two, <
state of
indicates J
'l ,a. certain. cure. .8 Iitet4oii the WaCoi-s. 4iver i about-*-* thirty-three and thirty-six, on,thc .iuztijt land, cO.1,4VSIV' _
; a week for six weeks, in some Newspaper printed &C E. C. twenty cs' :IIUL11t-: :
Yours ;
. 'j t. 4 I in.thU county.if any, if.not, in some Newspaper V S. 14th 847.AGENTS. V .miles KfOtD its.mouth, VVarnl pwned by Edmund i in township one, anti iractionaJ. sections'Hght! MfcKli ....1. fir :frrtps.Iiipl&1b1Pt$

:, .. t'. printed in some adjoining county or State. : C..Sep- ,J .SckkT. t9M EitI. ,. W4TEitTON, nine twelve, seventeen, tweutyrfoiuy.tweDtyrfivey 1..itJif1! formerly nrrupifii tb .Unv4 SaN.kt.sws1..is. .

,,OJ. V. 9 i-F.,. WM F. CRABTJJEE,' .-P. M.' Cohen & CoCharleston.. ,SherW, ,..L. ,CN9r. twenty-six,.twentjr-seveaund.twenty-nine. ). CuvfritIsnI' B4in,1bJb'S:
:4 ; ,. :. Judge of Probate,'D. C. S. CT.; J. 8. Farr, Grahamville,V 8. CL';:W5 : 32th, 1847Mjyy V on the main land In township, two; of.range! HIIII.I1 III.11s44r. '.n rfef It l y IiiI" anl.i%

't" I ;..? _J&cson'4IeNo.) 5th,_1847.ril '.6. C\\nwell Savannah Ga. A. McLane & CcL twenty-seven. Nrwf ''Y.M-k. lull ajftinlmrnt. .. .. of,Pr?.Gn'J, Gii
., V' ; County}Sheriffs! Sale.. Fractional township three on the main land, ,1il..MnIrllLhrp."')' vlo -...)n.." 'I'j;
t: < i* NOTICE. Jacksonville, Ga.. ; Shotwell'& Gilbert; Macon, SaleLfirst Moiiday viFcbruatynsvt. ; lS4lt* ,, (except sections, one, three,,six, seven sixteen II.,.,.:,.,.,.,.. wllm VrrbkpltbMty f.I ".W1.
, : i y. '"iLL Persons directly indirectly interestedwrai'lare Ga.; Dorsel & KnOtt, Griffin
tJ .' t" hereby notified by. the undersigned, LaGrange, 'Ga.; Vinter & ipjiz Columbililj ; f.uary next, betrteeu' thie hours of 10 &' Sffuth of',t/te base iiiisa/id cast,pf.the principal V .1I1"' ; awl...hrrpMHlnr, | rrp .::- rtu1!
.1. V) that in conformity with dn Act of the Legislatarevolf G.:; W. ltoot, Marietta Ga: "r p. trickSale D -f i
; o'clock meridian.
f .2 at the house of Enoch Daniel's, ,the M;J.". Market ri.'.-.. nin! mkr id!
.1 ;, t: L. SldridS, ntiUed"At Jt't pro vide for Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta' Gi ; V J; A.. following tot'of Lao'4; 151,acres of,first rate Fractional_townships eighi and nine west ofof '. r..h11..m.h .., lu: th..i' "lifo,d,"'. ;&,
i the esiablishment of the Records of the Coun- Sperry; Houston county, Ga.;'Solomon'G b1all, the Suwannee river :<
oroiuh 'laud .
of said theTux .
14d, us willsatisly pi range fourteen. : (:." .. .t nrNMw .Yul: '-.' ;;.
4 )f Columbia and for other purposes, apprbvetl'Janaary Atlanta Ga. WiIliaiCrrV Jacksdab: W R. '
. 1' filed ; : due on the same, tor.the year 1847, including North of.tM base .line and aest of tiepiiwplV tr.h."r h"W; nrlicfcWwl.irh.iUt .=";.tf'III'
6th 1847 she has in the Anderson Dalton
Ga. E. A.
'm ; Burch 'Hawkins- V
all costs and charges. Said lands are situa- l'trnibi-.u. J w".M'-IlI'Ctr uy.J"
1.. Clark's loitic, -'or the District Court for said yule, Ga.; .Samuel Palmer, Dariehj V IJ.'; :Cole, tud on the Gulf nelir the mouth of the Wacassassa'Biver -V Sections twelve 'tecrl fourteen V twenty, ,biiiutioi. .1,J'I1...,*. '
1 : County t paper writing(purporting ::0 be a PrescOtt & Co., Black Creek, Florida; Lightfootfc .
and owned by'John W 0. Loud: twenty-one twenty-two, twenfyhrec, twen l- Jtuku'tjU* N.'v. 6.TAVRD. -If' !
L .copy ofa sctxediUe .oj her,property owned and I Flanders, Macon; P.Martin,Savannah ; Cunningham .' il V KOBEftT WATEIWTON. four, twenty-five; twenty-six, twenty-seven, .. .. ..-
II V&. VV held at the titue'cf-neriiurriage with John W. I '&:(.o., Dalton, Ua. ; J.IL & W. S. Ellis, Sheriff 'L.C.NOT. V .twenty-eight twenty-nine thirty, thirty-two VVVV '. ;. .'.J
Powers aiid filed in n.ccordincevith a Law of Macon; :l\I.C. Williamson, Davbboro, Ga.; Wm. V 12th,1847. V thirty-three tbirtl-t ur, thirty-five and thirty- V .1_ _V .V__.__V_ ---8. "V ,
tler.Legialative' Council of Florida, approved Hodges, Sandersyille e-; R.T. Floyd V Micanopy, I six, in township one, of range five. V ,RIVERS &.,HOFALIf V
March) ; entitled "An Act to secure Florida FA.Poulien; Jacksonville : Sheriffs Sale.
c 6thp:1845 ; Florid; Township one ana sections
twenty-five twen-
1 '4 jcertain'rights to women." fL S..Baily; LaureusviHe,' S. C. V V I fly: virtue of an execution'issued from the ,ty.six tweuty.seven. twenty-eight thirty-three DENTAL SIJREOM( : ;

J(II .V (1&ndal50 a paper.writing purporting to be a For.sale. wholesale V .and retail by '1 Circuit Court ot the Eastern Circuit ,of thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty'-eix t.j and town-, mce1h... :East corner ofSt.JuU i iiiIJ
1tI ; opy-of the.last will and testamentfof Henry V.V F. A.POULLEN :Florida,'in and for the counties of'AJuchua and ehjp1 two.of range six. r"*' ,' V V V "** and.Maket Square,' VV ..t fnii'l

HI EUis/late of said county. The original having VV t' 19r J k8' _ii1Ie Levy, in said State,directed wall und singlllar North j the base'.line and nest of the 'principal 'J = t. ..V SAyAUSAHAug. 1
been destroyed oy tire oh the 'first day of No- A"Vl1"liberal discount by, V the.doienV..'I 'r ."* :the he ffs ofl-s4tiState. reinMOIe8 L.LeVyph&ifltIVand : meridian 'V V-: V 20, ;47. '- VVV IT" : _f.'I
vefcber,.lS49the; introduction of said 'copies ..... ':J. 1847.FLOUIDA." ; John J. Sanch Adminis'tr 'Fractional township, one, n q rth of cFofJVGrant. .
ma4e'for tile 1'purpose perpetuating" the ol>rj 'P'Vj itor of the i estate of Francis it.tianchez, i&de ." of range six.:* V''" V V : FORWARD & ALDRIc t t1

.ctsbf the. original paper HOUSE. tzLit 1 have levied.on, and.will expose ;for. 'Fractional, township one, north of "Fortes' ATTORNEYS, AND: COUN' LLOM
..*5nl. ,' .' HARRIET POWERS, 1 FOR SALE, .Oft RENT. sal_ .on the first Monday January next being 'Gtnt'of range.seven. : ,03 VVjlfpr I .elirt. inV )ht .QI8'f .

ITf -mVi? i V .By. OEO..E. MCCLEU, Agent 'THE undersigned r- on the moat. the third day of 'January p. 1848,,at -the. _Sections_ one two,; eleyen, twelve* thirteen V :IUI')}q.! in I1WVKIIIIrUw C1n .'..
V V, V iiiiUleRive ;m,'.Qct 1, 1847. : : IznIIl V iberai,term;y.9 $eJi.9r,reut thirpfl 'Court House in the town of New'nansville, in.the 4 fourteen, fifteen,"' twenty-two,' 'twenty-three, A..J.ssaw&nSr.' Au,! i .. '.1 :

-CLEIKS: OFFICE. ,CULC111'1'.CQua.;. t I.known estabushm farniture icu- coJ! L1.C Aluchua, in said State, between,'the" ;twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six twenty-' ': )_.v_ .ALDaICH.NI'I.nq; y."". r-V V S
N! .!i.;' V "CoIumbia COunty, } plication to be.madfiW. J.BCpiicai uauul hours of sale on that clay a certain negro 'seven and the southeast:fraction of section 'f .' : \Wl\I. -F. I CRA H'1REE; s4V <
$ !K'?'!' Oct.=9 Ib47. V V %-. .VOU..t. ,uun,named BEN j aged about 3i.l Snt.' Property "twenty-eight,in the former.Indian lleserve,.the V V V ; ,,'. V 'C VNsxtJ i

. i :V. V NOTICE f Is hereby given V to nU'persons hav Augustine.. August. go, 1847. *f pointed by..the saic1.JohnJ., Sanchez, ;east fruction.of.section.thirtythre inthesame,, TTOBiET',: V ;. $ AND' V ZTUi:

* sul inthiii; Court, that the cost bills ., &aLf" tr'. vv'r ; '. Administrator.us" aforauid.to'/sausy' said xe'cntion V and'seccions thirty-four, thirty-fiyd. .nd thirtyr.sixain ,:: r !k3ORfi lt"it'I
V4 ,fAelCUBe. -"il''hrd r b 1 out, Preaen'r.li EASTERN Ciftcuit w 'FLORIDA cqiiar.'IN ,,and-interest. .d-coi4therecm., ''- ; township one j Sections twelve,*thiHeen, \\ .L.ts.i4-t.. ..i ,.,. i; ,.; 4

1 : ,f 1S I ItT l e at,the.close} :of '. ic tJw. QI.ot' ; ;< '.COLUMBIA, : O UNTY.: V .AND' '', rpa."'" V s V V >VAt V (GiBljONS; riff,; V tTrentykhrdeV t."enLy.tour.tweJ1t1, twenty- in flfII". \ ., urrL, .,,,.ct.FI' .

::1 F' .:plaintiffs .would-' .i1 o.weU. to ..atjihls'notice. -. Abel .Cowart? \ J".Clwuerjti V .Alachuu. countv.;E. F' .. ,six, ihirty-fiye and thirty ix, iu tpwnsJbap two: I a., I., 'V V VVI T_i1' V. .! .-,, It

: !t41b ., : .. V : ..TS. X I ttewnansville No,2647., 'P 4 in. 1; J ;andfsectioj; s'ipnetwo,,five, tejji" elevea'aiadtweiyej' 'J."FE 11 Xt' :
. $(: Y" &SCATtIOROUGffClerk.I in; township'thVee"of 'eight/ "*-' .; xJ v-rNn'
; 4' V Eliza.bet .:Coward }. .Bill for Dii 'u. rangc '
11 4 I
: :
O ..:::E. :1' > :.fiT9: ?
,1 I Sections : h1rty.ti" and thirtyrfix townr V jlr'tt !y.
Notice. V
,.AdinInistrattJrs been ,
.u iTr Joying made to appear.to,.the satisfaction A LL cUims 1.:11.l"lor'
Estate ;
the "
persons having against .
4: .4 "-Persona.having demands againstlhe es-: 1./: of the Court b1'Adidatit.that the: -oL of Manuel OlivjiUi.late of .8hIPV$1XM11U twelve. '(I: .: 1 : ; V V \'. .. '
\Viilwm O. Thomas .late of Alach. Hiilsboroughcounty .Er.&cUQM1 tqwnahipthxee.'wesi f (4h :: Will l the Court ofICirruii. .
.. i} Late abovenamed Defendant.resides out pf the( ;' I ua.eowdy.xlece"*..will VVVRV .
or .
he time- law to the subcriber : Cu- pp V SectIOns{w wentl-a1i '
:; A within ) prescribed by I. ;
r they an4 Lt ose 'indeUedto ibt .JAUGUTUSc : 'GILLETj
V : ;.of they will be forever,barred, and all' |t Is ,therefore, on motion of WwJjington M. i thIte'nnd: thrysiintowzski tiirce,of ,
.' ,, make t. to. "t f t.J-t1. : 8eTii f...tt'l ,.jd,ih. tV : NIY '.iltb':" tji JJLUMf "i.
those'indebtedrwill: make payment to V Ives, ;Es 4, Solicitor for 8aidiCocifiUinjintOE.PKBEP. .., V W ; :range ;4o
Ul 1.') e* ALLEN I'ttOMAS A.<' ., ..;'rhattbe 3aidElualwthiLJovrart, re, !WM4i4sx4y, ,A i.ffl. rr. W! r rTownship three, of range; thirty. .! .r; i. : !: Pi'id 'f tba5isW,:
mured ._Tapagtstb,1s47.-_, .. w.J\ : '\ ',. -i'Landa:I'apprbpiated*.by Uw-Hor: Uhe! U&'of
: .gptember 17,-1847. ttw to appear and answer the Complainant') --- t ,neclC1fl, wiilio uii4' rM",h.bi5ii'.ai 1

, iv --lu .A T'wPt. 'POVND Y' J V s' )pm, of Complaint' herein; 1ed'Vi1hinfouz; .'V .,4JbS1EP1 t {, : "'\'V'. r .I'Li'cIj 71'hr.r lJr., ..r't'1" V :;schools,from:miliiary the or aleyV other: purposes" ', VV,, "will be V excluded : :' '_1.; i .." ,.,. J&CxsO"n..., ,

5 d 1 fi wrfter** *3' "L-of A.* ti'Mlr dee* ,i N.TprJt.:r mqnths her or.a JJecrep'N'v ul."*will.be.&" l'taken e1I.V 'atP4iAruxj.; : "The offeringvof 1 landi.will V : >"commenced : V : ; 'pt.TIVE .- _. *. ?!

mui r 9uh4cribr. J w;prepared: 'to'furnrsnhandVrmtes agaioat And it iu further b'1'.Ordered,/That hb a t of tUL this*> 11 q ; ; :.OQ the days appiated,and proceed.in'the none S IX-: MONTHS:" ;! a'JI, !u

t ( P .. :Jteriiilsof. ail.. t rdrduly certified by,the Clerk of copy this Court, M.J j : r eJt. J.., order jiin;.whlca j they,j are vadveytised,!with all l'i.-t uat a tJ .w ,. .
AlII a.t'ff..Ju.vrt' notic4i&ndo, .reasonabte terms.P19Pt1 be pu.bishe4imsone printed.within .,rew,,.r T f.c.. I ,'f'(J.1 .I''TV'.t1. ; VV 't ; I convenient despatch,until.thti whole shall have ,.t! n"'ie'r.dIP.,*_., .Ol'llUr t"
V e, t r'1 W8papr2WhO lave not ad- ihe'Eastenr.Circuit i>f newspaper Florida. t,, .",. i d. .. J .rt:" ,1 "1 tX' ti1 'c. .j ;been d.an4: b.W UI:lOlSert.;.Butno I Mwrhnr! *"'W nM4W1 'IJ .
ertfs ;for'the' "'subscriber .who **.* '*fr /'once a week. confr !- -"-" .' .. i KUte uf J. .rnl ,K. \V.' Qt.hiOrFnpilat.trll '-- ,
: publish %* .* '! r sale stall be
I may. seeu our months.'"-*' 3 ;'* r ?fi r >" kept open loPgerithanand.no 'W Y n.:
nelY"Or : 'tt"t.1t t.
I this.Qti _for thr inq tKs,"jrnl h entitl 1Uo.pceiy t dI1: 'afTHcy.l D0I10IiMP'j'd \) I.c4J.. ;g$Jf i ,: ; : .privute fcntry of any of Lb6ads'wiUbe ; ; ; .t ,: i. "/J

I ;:4.. r payi ia type; on Purchasing fiv times VV ,u." -.7#! '',. n'. ..'1' "_' _)1.' 1,0ew."U' '10 -.{. }\ !A'ITOaZ4aY 1'.tA N CoUNEI4.ag: AT ,LAW4 :admitted until}atJ.u thatxpirationof;the,two.iGlVEN 4L.i4h.V ;,VV %t l 4 t.s O ,

V the at t their illfor"idiertising.ll ; "" I'_.}J .' Ph"'! ,. t.-NUn, ,J., ""; i"'d1'I..t\"t/! >iPI r4'!.F 'V p .11:; :wVce&ntI. LtV.1rLff IT 1'da'V .::1,: ; .t..I1la.1.It.Ad.l.iilnJt..dt

; .tDld'Type.taken exchange for newat 9,.cts. t. -.J J'''.'ft,' t'f'H:' Rr i' 9-P.itl. .,' I'. '.'IV"W"VAc u 't11 "l D \'- 'r..". t ....t..tt..'. i undfir'ujy.iand attofl.City af.W"1i--, ;, .,I ...1.. ...- ,' .#! ._.' 'Er. ., '_ t.f' '
,0 .
!- n. ,
-* i"-& Cf aC41t MUG OM3do44Arf:7 .. \ 11..rt "Iraf'J : '. r.,_ r. IC' .. .
fenceo 2t.A : this
r; per : cS'The "" J '. V :E t iii ; ie iit' jington twenty-third day of October, Annoj ; t. ', Nt.t 1m"1' .."?1 .,
: ", :Typ ;:with ,whlch.the1iBW8'! is : .tIi.,,a sbqc. ,.r a.true"" ..copy t to'hil' 't Wlre r. t1i. 'nS..u ttenti n. j Domini one thousand jei h t hundred and forty SitMnnb.'sAerijije "' f V t.I.,,Vr.L1 .
cutat this estgljientThi' ) .u.olUe1QI. .. pJy. ean P.llte ,0.. iuj.: '! !'' "Jrr1" .-t. ''). iwilf_ .- .
J"tf' lt: I
4k *f ted.was .rtXef:1'.rtf.rt1'h'i1 "t"r. i I'J ""f f!' 'i.tr.. >".a "S>"p". t 1 ,'' : t l," It"d m jicJ' ... 'd.--1.
.flft l1.Z'l J4!-, V ROBRR7A.YLOIL.; ( ( 1'A.'?! I.I' ..j 7 t\; 1UJ. i f V V'V. 'N TIJb f .;flt "(( a Vj3 y r1* tflfovember i2th 1847 rw E;'J"JackflonnUc "tSm' .4".) 1'1\1.n IiJ UO{. 'l.aUi'-. 7JU"jd (4 !J5 .f.1I"A-yma.1e.tte"8 ;:J. e'ppoID bt NG.r O : :,.YM t '". \'n".J 'tIf".. .fl '

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