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 24, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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To;t.eUt'NI of Administration be'ni ned 5 00'fABftlig : .> ;. ; .'. J .t :. showing 2;the- tate.of concentration progressively : ject is to explore that interesting,sea thorough. tbeaiewembiiahe wretched.h4vekofhkyumnen J '

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jJ adnf.l&bt pete ,. : -G*ahead; ... s the signs fafniliartorezperteaad worldffen.L or.Lier L) ,' .&preauroa buthe conn= Hffr -frtm/tfier wantcfmtdical s ttb-?

? edvnttisrmenta.AUbdb Job?rioting. ( 'must be paid thrbendi. I .. ,.lagging.never,45lears the.sightt: Dutrone'a table was based upon,experimentalresearches. tenance of, the;Governmentif it has cot:been; tioDaud.proper- 1nnm ,'.&'a ;;
for .. ".' W1ienJ$ do our duty best. .;:.. ". .,,>*, r r.vIf expressly fitted out by iC Lieutenant 'Lynch. peraineet enoncre and neglect' j.

: ,commuIll.nl! mart .he, addreuedtab -. "'. .Y b'tti llttesr"kiiow. 'what is right; o other instrument>than ctliethermometery gays: v- ?-vj, TEis is the condition ;;t'eomt rt inch hi pp"1:'

it t.1tU'lA'Rp. iortssd paI.t. Go ahead. .tit. has yet been employed;open$ass foreseer: : -jij One great object of intwtigatioawinW1'to teas to vhich'the finatical pbiUn'thropiiu'of1

bri -. doubtti111 *&* taming the precise[degree:of HC ntr tion4t I fcscertaia.whether,this sea and its:nharex are of the North-ironld elenU'!the'Blaclet1'eftliik'v .

i.rJosl'ECTUs.pr..A eta l .. Never. '. ous' "cause' ": which;the efvaporation) of.sirups'should;terminate. volcanic; Orl.noa xoloanio .origin, audio maiftite Southern States! sJ t ,-;,
.00&,. JJ PAT.BN'Rt.nOTBIt- ,, Go ahead; .The j reonittec of,Bea.uai..aurwerefiery theposifion of infidel'pnflosopners niA'ta regard

..i' .Lttb ; ,, L Throflf yourself-completely in! ; well'for lower degrees of density,although d, eta iatfci'u TKe-Wucldatio fiiild sub- TrtcBaptistDeatesaiaotien, a.tiieI1.S.. tt. t x ;;

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..sn,..r".icc., :gratifying e'W1We.cJttiatWi 1rnr14, grand .
...._ fi' t. Go ebendlr; *';principles of'eonst etlc ;..butthe It is :2iDystery which has remained impenetrable ganisationa. ministers 'manbtrs.'&; bit."U;' a, :,'

IIN l'ork will contain 500 psges;:inc1u. Do'not askwhoH-gbr wjrth'yonf viscosity;of concentrated sirups impedes the men '.w; 8 the awful moment whea the waters'of States .' r- .'

'if lucid exposition of the 'Rules, of ,.. Go-ahead; > lion of any 111urome..er, Tioweyier'exactly eon* ,! that i1dt' gear firstroseabove the smoul) Miaisterial associations 564; churches, '

i and of Musical Composition.a, a; larger Numbers" sI'nrnthe'eowad's plea I sfructedy to such an extent that. noinstrunrent dering ruins of the vale of Bidding Tht configuration ordained ministers,. 5.657; licensed. preachers, .'

*'of the Church tunes used bytherelinatioiis If there be but one Or twoS of the kind is*f any!use 'for; determining the of one half of its ko anditt very extent 1,199; the.whole: number; of t church .membttt, '

South and West, than bare ingle-hand& .' thbhgh it be striking point_ determination must therefore ; areunknown.__ Its;waters, of a petrifying 83. ,906\ e number of lair tismsV. during one ,
h been. embraced in one Tolume; .Go ahead be made.either by the thermometer or by, quality;and gj as ii i mountain' *atream'doubt, year, 38,300.; ;<-ic

\d re Anthems; Sunday School and Infant '.' tfiC6irm8! known to,the.workmen,'or by"t1t twp less hold within their bosom, and holding/wil r In the entire world,there are said to;be'13,1$

cITh1' 'simerons Temperance'anaMissioiiaxy Though before you mountains rise,. combined"Thenseof the'thermometexTftaysDutroaellin reveal.thQsejruinsf:upon the:no -ltenCG or: 804 Baptist churches; 8/l U9.ordainedministtfttj3:

iL accompanied in a great many vuta* ., Go ahead;, .the striking,'( if,) for from excluding which the unbeliever states.his{in ulli1." and 1 031,836 church.-membera.andthennm-R

f entire Hymn or Song. D any ofthe Scale.them--certainly you can: theproof of the fingers, which. |very We also ccjyrfronithe. .commw ca.tioD the bar' 'baptisms in"one year is set w 1'a1G?,. :

2 the entirely new; while many of .those I :Let them'proudly dare the skies;. convenient, serves on the contrary, to cast light following lirely'descriptian of the' Dead Sea": 605; .Hence 'i P arstha'. TmoreHhaa"ntfifVall <

F 'other Meetings, &c, but haTe Go ahead., tainj-it gives to the refiners fixed and relative Dead elea'has>laid.in nits deep and,wondrouschazan bore;in the world are to be found,in the United

., terms; which they depend with ,.. record States. ,
been collected and- harmonized, : upon- may- seen ;withering ",of the visitation of ...
Canons WGTe Scotch, Irish, German and other [From Professor McCulloh's:Report.! "ty. G d'g; wrath npoiThis ainfal creatures. Itself )

glagL will be found in the Hesperian ON.CBT8TALLIZATION.' I have sought to acquaint myself with thesigns once;a;fertile vale teeming Vitli population and StC1et..l'tisrio' of the British Gocernneatr -.

L' Boots ancient and mod em.many that If, instead of continuin !evaporation to. ( employed by sugar-boilers'practically, as' redundant with the product*of favored clime, The New York' IIerald"node itandi'that the ,

iLfOtttof print, whose rich music Is unVJJ 270 deg. Fahrenheit it be arrested. at about well as from oral and,,written d descriptions of it now.JiesJnertand ihmass of-dark British Government'have sent out to the differ 7

most persons of the present day- 235 deg. then when the sirup is Allowed tocooltl : them; and.from what have.heard .as 'well as and bitter waters, with no Jiving thing.upon its ent.Consuls in this country,a set ofinquirieaiat

J to completely ilused vf to supply this a large proportion of the, sugar crystallizes in seen of them, I have become fully convinced shore,"or above, orbe'rieath its surface. Receiving relation to.the. militia laws in each:Stele/and: .

been small detached grains At this ,temperaturethe that some of these sighs are very useful and delicate at one extreme,"' the". 'mighty""volume of a thee. stem of organizing, volunteers"aV_ at J"'.' l

nt. HESPERIAN HARP u the largest and sirup is composed of; about 15 parts of water and that all of them"'are more or less,val swift and'unfailing 'river,.;and the'numerous' sent practised throughout*the country.? '19,1"

1H Mowc Book ever offered the Americanu united with.100 parts,of sugar: on cooling, uable. I would 'not, therefore, .be' considered torrents that plunge into it through the cleftsin suppose ,th y. imagine'tbe1'see: in'this the ;.t .j .'c,

iIfIt all intelligent persons will see by the water will retain abeut 38 parts of the!sugar underrating their importance. in'recommending ita. side,.it)slowly rise,and falls in its own.solitary cret of our unrivaled military success; ,\ viw't;*; M

e' it With other works. Price $1 50 ,and form with it a saturated solution, while the,thermometer to be used .in connexion bed, With'no'visible outlet for its tributary .. -

ing beautifully printed and bound in the remaining 62.parts of sugar will separatein with 'them;' nor 'as condemning their'use ill waters. Its lofty and frettedsides riven Cotton.-A ptton.planter, writing,in,theK.0."Picayune '

JF1'baard with a neatly printed cover. GOi crystals; from these crystals the sirup will. censure an ignorant and implicit dependenceupon ,by earthquakes;-here, blanched by the, rain gites,'the following' sound. 'idi'n-".. .ti
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to one address for $62 50 ; 100 coat then readily drain. them. there blackened .by the tempest*--rise,perpen-i tohis'brotherplanters: ; '
_i lent. To attain with certainty the result just described In the island of Cuba the Spanish sugarmaker dicularly fteen hundred feet on one,side,.and "K-; '"cotton under your: J user? '

$100.If The rcork rcUl be fun fished.to subscribers constitutes the whole- art of the sugar judges of the state of concentration by three two thousand feet on the other; While from the until the present paralysis and;.panicin'the :

, in advance. boiler. The proper degree of evaporation' is. things: first by the appearance of the bubbles summit awe-struck spectators behold* floating money marlet :subsidein/England-theft.

it Payment wanted to canvass the whole country. technically known as the striking point, and formed by the escaping steam when thes.ber upon its surfaoe.:huge'-masses'.of,bitumen, send it to market, ate intervals of thirty-days 4-- J.

tents recommendations required. Address the the concentrated sirup is called the strike; come nearly of equal size.and uniformly distributed thrown up from its mysterious vortex. Mount A revival{in trade establishes a deficit in1 the"1present t ti }.

{ at Louisville, Ga. while striking is the term applied to the operation over the top surface.of the;boiling i sir i Lebanon is ..9, 90. feet above the Mediterranean. crop,'which'must carry prices up to tea', <,

.Jtffnaa put paid Co GiS August, 1847. of removing the contents of.the evaporating up, he concludes that the evaporation. is nearly I and 10.300 above the"Dead Sea, which'is little cents by the. lit of May, assure aa scarcity.. .

To Florida who copy 4 t'mes and pan into the cooler, a large vessel for their reception sufficient; secondly', if,' upon'dipping his copper I more than one',hundred miles distant tom it. fluences demand." .. ,.' :.".

of the papers a book will be given in which the sirup is allowed to cool ladle into the sirup, and removing it bottom.upwards The<;CprraE in the Island of Madeira is won-
nil aamkr paper, and crystallize.The the sirup covert, it thickly andlftlls d rf I/'for iTis the bed of a cra f ef nearly level South Carolina i jiiZofwe.-Nctirt'haabeesr' Z

4t thermometer is used for the determination slowly. in distinct drops,this proof confirms the with the ocean; but here is'a sea,,forty miles given in the House intention to introduce a, i

ifU7lS47. I of this striking point only by those who first; and, lastly, when bye the preceding proofsit distant from.another sea, and upwards of thirteen bill to,transfer the election of electors Preei + '

"erkl 11.n. at. titeam-Paekez Line boil in vacuo, and by a few who employ open is known that the sirup is concentrated nearly hundred fact below it., .The unhappy.Cos- .dent. of:.the:United States'from'the 14 ILurah 1 i

pans; and most of the sugar mar.afacturcrs.de-I 1 .to the desired point, then he. resorts to the tigan,the only man who hasundertaken ,to"circumnaoigate"this ;to the people.' South Carolina'is the.only:stats.*. '=L:'

a BETWEEN Iiii pend entirely upon certain signs or appearances I proof by the.touch,'as practised.elsewhere; but 'sea."and who perished- in the where the choice of electors is. not now- made. "byT., .

:, which become familiar to the workmen by i he judges not only by the forms the thread of ,attempt eouldj; in one place find no bottomland' ;thep Jaio iote.- .'.

& PALATKA FLA. practice. The use of a thermometer is objected sirnp assumes' in breaking, bur aIso by the it was indicated by incessant bubbles and an: I .
S SAVANNAH sound when the is agitated surface. Whether. this tbe the Our merchants and-capitalists-have suffered, ,
to by many, for two reasons: first that it does produced finger suddenly separated or'.not
BY THE WAY OF not indicate changes with sufficient rapidity; I from e thumb, and the sirup between 'crater of a submergedvolcan; ,'forming a subterraneouracquednct by the failures in Europe.toes much. >greater ejr.; > ( .
Uffif BRUNSWICK ST. JURY GEO; ; tent than is FeW'< : 1 '
and secondly that sirups of different degrees them torn quickly ./ .Tbe'sKorte the with" ocean;Who.cjan tell generally supposed. were""h' -f
bCclOK\rILLE BLACK :.first willing to acknowledge :.their losses bur i
purity require different temperatures. Whatever sound, the more concentrated is the airu .. This ut Ab1 ipot whether not through ; *
flCOIATA FLUEIDA thread and extinct volcano in connection with the depression :the facts now begin to leak out lmm.. '
be the force of these objections with When the breakS; the'retracting an ,
a connection with the Charleston Daily Mail itself into the is of surface and of clesj and although the;amount;lost-in any sin* '
respect to dependence a thermometeralone portion curls a spiral, sirup } .t height a contigr.uous
iam-packeU at Savannah,the steamer SARAH upon lIe instance may not be so large as to;.ruin.jtho
they certainly have no meaning when considered of' the proper degree for making mountain, forms'the" most extraordinary ;; L
e1LDL'W,from PaLLtb to Lake !Monroe the applied for muscovado it is boiled fault;or.fissure in the known world." creditor, many cases have come,tQaar'knowledge -
clayed ,
to the combined use both of thennomet- sugar; .sugar ,
Picolata to St. in which it must .
IS-iLul tages, from Augus- create temporary nb r-, ; f
and the mentioned to a slightly inferior degree. The workmen .
ric indications above
is, mi from Black reek, via Newnansville, The thermometer furnishes and signs. however;seem to have\ no clear ideas respecting Peons. 'Extract of a letter from an officer.iD', 'rassment,if not eventual suspension.' ,Welconfd;! .
ready '
iptor, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to means of knowing whether the concentration the nature of the operation, and speaks( loosely the army to the Albany Argus: name parties thia country who have lest in:
Missee.OCiMULGEE.. 'Let me add that I have never known more' all eighteen hundred thousand (l,800.00p))dol-1 -
of. it. of cooking like those of frying
.A C1usE. approaches the striking point; while, if sirupsof as one etc. familiarly practised: absolute system of slavery, than.exists.in .this 'larsby th failure in England, the dividends on,..
<: PMcXELTr. proper purity be operated upon,it also shows stewing boiling, which will about fifteen Chef i
SToMATTHEWS the of food. So far from regardingit country under the provisions of law. and long average cents on
These leave Savannah TUESDAY exectly when they are evaporated to any .fixed preparation dollars.' This Would leave 1iOD'w. >half'
packets every :of custom, by whuh.th creditor enable to com t
Bd8iTrxD.vT.MoE\ixG, at 10 o'clock and ar degree. The objection that the temperaturevaries them merely, as enporationof'Yater of the ; many which pel the debtor to serve him at low wages-from of dollars against this country in"Eettliag'tbtf> -
by reason crystallization '
in it Picokta in time for the Mail Stages to go for di'erentsirups, serves, therefore, ra- three to,.five dollars.per..month-until: he discharges balance of trade. Add the losses incurred by t y 3
the cook
tagk to St. Augustine before night every ther to confirm propriety of using thermom- think that place some subsequently change is produced as sirup by the heat, the debt.,The instance is,rare,in which ,other American cities, and the aggregat does t*. t .
than detract from their value since t
eters by America will'exceed three millions of
today and Monday. the in the juice bj which it becomes payment is made or expected. It is a perpetual ; ;' ,dollars:)
leave TUESDAY and I IflDt virtue.of this very, variation, they .serve as upon sugar which'we shall receive for in certificates of '
leturmng, .hLtk4eTery Ietvltud,'from'generation generation'con; pay ;
albumen is' in hard .
hardened as coagulated a 1"*
checks the ; '
HoRMXGj at?o'clock,touching as above be upon detect preceding the insufficient operations, excessive may boiled egg. From. ideas so crude no union of stituting a class of serfs slaves, as absolute as bankruptcy. N..Y. Sin .;"

bi.aI. : employed and result the,serfs,,of Russia.or,the slaves in the United
practice can possibly ,,
eta knowledge
Ike/are both lots pressure boats, in complete use of lime} injury by fermentation, ; and the*success of the sugar maker depends,; State and JesaliJovoiable.than the condition of The Moon Sneezes.French novel write rIi *

tojtai handsomely furnished in every resplttj'ft and although, in working second products, as-. therefore the infallibility of the empirical either And yet these"people"profess and'in even the ablest,;:-frequently choose very sin En-;:' } .
commanded of well in ordinary bastard sugar, the temperature upon entertain dread of 'lar titles ,to their -i
; by gentlemen rules he blindly follows. some a slavery>- :worker, apparently because/
from that '
wnwperience on the route and their pat. the striking point varies required by the touch above mentioned .is There'are but two classes--the rich: sad Peons they think such eccentricity is necessary'-. "
The by '
nave assured that every attention will be pure sirups, yet this will also take place ap- proof alike the refiners and the --and the last ire ninety-five in eTer1.hIU1dred.Tl cure them attention At this moment works'. .
used I
by su
fd t fa tie safety and comfort of passengers, proximatively at a mean degree; any considerable believe all nations both' are fed upon coin, and occasionally a little are in course. of publication called :"The: b?c
gar-makers in Europe nAmerIca
lilt to the careful handling of freight variation from which will indicate some unusual modifications.A meat. ," of the Damned. "The Blue faced Knight:3
and with
change. The objection of want of sufficient very slight o "The ,. atherfc
AGENTS: Bloody Shoestrings."My .
k b k Tapper Savannah. sensibility is .one of little value for the small portion of the sirup is taken for trial Singular, Advertisements-We,.find'=in an 'exchange I Shirt,"'and"The NogeJ Modern'Frenchpb.uJO >
thumb whenit
between the index and :
LlDeLorme, Darien. construction of thermometers is now so well un- finger .paper the following! ,which rather startled 'have.the'funniest ideas"-and expressionV" ; ,
is cool the is separated from contact
UKedlander Brunswick. derstoodthat they may readily be made of any finger examined :us, we mUst conf essj but being Bachelors imaginable Within the last 'few day&I-r;
with the and the sirup by
required degree of delicacy. thumb there possible be something"not dreamedof met with the/oUowing tit-bits in which
JtoBessent-; St. Afarys. it between the and the light. At may ; poems. ;??
ttlez 2c Bin, Jacksonville. .1 must confess that I am skeptical with reference i placing concentration eye the in our!philosophy. ;Rfeadit,ye Benedict; have the pretension to, be serious: "Asoundr.as'wbcn
to the force and even the honesty of objections'urged different degrees following and erTVundy..., 'moon" "Itlloqk'edlite .1.i
lay, Black Creek. indications successively occurrf ,"1st two -xv 3. w.. ? Y v"PoaSALE. the sneezes. ; arayrof
COoley Picolata against the'use an instrument so ? .-A handsome kind horieyF "The agitated steels/or Gif
the thumb and
the thermometer and ri'? favor of entire drops eparatehat. on b.elow. 'and in and'admirahle adapted Jbrittthundered a
ItEafr &. perfect as 2d the become nearly gentle every respect, ringing of a: bell< Heaven.cmaghed/-i
mere indications of touch,', is the larger drops equal, the'- ot-aimauaf mtlt silver "Great
Ildtte! & CO. Charleston. dependaneeupon to use lady a ; man-then-art not a simple, _
; until the drawn .
and do fingers are .
J tB.-Goods consigned to the Agents f br- eta, established,by:;familiar)1'C tin. ,The prejudices not separate, 3d .by-thereparation of taiL". ** ceiling-thou art the sky}*' !Heaven-rGoa?!". ,

free of ommis from 6a-: ignorant workmen are always strong more widely apart Can such things. be? N.Y.Age. blue carpet_ Those tender fowls withonly heav- ,.
Freight obstinate with reference to change in' half an inch a thread is drawn out,which finally 1AJWiVA-' f *- -r > .. t "
saat and Charleston, and all way ...freightfcjwile and any Breaks the end of the thread becomes ewingsjAngel39'. : ..
which have bad the trouble to ..
by r operations they The 'rutiil.8"-'MssCjairfoidsn ye,'She ,,' ; .. -'. i.;:
tembet shippers. learn, and 'Ir gently to; perform ands it: MJtherefore clavifora, and it'rises slowly' towards the finger .worte one line in her Kathleen MAvourneen" Is it so?-Macnish,in one. of Ms essay sajl.MI .

17,1847. tf ,- sufecient.cause. with,,them for con-. ;' 4th, the eamething occurs 2t1:3:greater distance I Igives' for the .express:pueposeof: : confounding the haVe'remarkedi'and' GirBla/s 'moth -da..
NOTICE deinningtiny improvement that it is something : the end of the thread is folded back Cockhey warblers, who.sing it thus i. "The ova the same thirig-'tJi women i genera&fTiearar5great
ketbJ given that SIX MONTHS after'date:' newf no matter how valuable: unless it be of the I to..the thread. the .sha : of ribbon'or of the toiter is ard' the ill;'but Moore had' dislike to their sons' wives. This irthV-" s

1haftiPP1F to the Honorable dudr'of'the'ze nature i of', & vingJmacllintry'to indulge long. strip, which rises ,more'rapidlytfiiube-!:; Jaidth'fe miiime'tiwp'inth'ef'lYoodpec: ; >rei -' da 'more. remarkable; .as;,they are almost, 'alwayp S

Court of Nassau county, foamy; disr them in' laziness!. .This remark; though true for fore'Sth, after a greater sepat'atiou'of the fingers $that IsTonbtemight ope for it ere." fond of their sons-in law," Canany peraonjex?',
the thread breaks, be Dg..e17flne': $the, ,' '. plain the and iwhe afore't h se'sinrauar"' ..
froamthe why
; ExecutOHhip on the.EeUte of all Branches i ,or.industry, Js.perhapAfof.none R S. ,
; end which turns aside and.twists. like a cork8crJw ititt1 tkei ish\b affilrmin .""
.m'6a1k tr late of said county, deceased I more so n'for"the sugar, ,manufacture, which up the1reSt' I Cla"'tij that ,.=factsl '" q?
WJL A. RUSSELL OOuior"" has been confided chiefly to negrocs,and scarcely : It ides not'fold: itself upon of. they are very'similar in charact eristics to'the t

l 1lt,"Ifs47: 6m v :les*stupid'.dinoramitwhitemen:;{UI : -. the thread/as'before ahdxth Hhreadrdoesn6tincrease 4f# waj.iWe don't think'the Irish will thank Chart off r .Jeat1t.A complaint: of.tiacT
. .' in volume except-by the:"cohesion :lim( for the We should not if .
..K8TICJE..1.. aid'or' .thQ.usaof.thatbermome compliment. ;- we: heart,'growing out of as inodiinater '

Jl.Penoas having flBintf ;J14.thoaorJohn ter. tkFeii) ,>however, a reason. of great iroportance which draws the particles to1acdsthe finger, Were Irishmen.-Indiana' -. Sentinel. .,: JbHorridl ter something difficult' to obtain: "It"'ersl
which is the adhering'point. A iittle \ !. ""tfv"ny .VA s. .
only -VISK '" '
g ** M.Stafford,late of New OrWi ,apart eveVffom the question ofit.t fitness concentrationapibrentt the-thread; from t 1\ .' q. MLeii .attacks persons'of both"..iftb&*_the.i .f',
deceased .them"to the for'determining exactly a"proper'stiins more ; E .- of fifteen and thirty iJo ha'have ( .irtO'
wiirpwent thatitnmish-' shrinking at all upon' .' -.? 'n--a r'tt &3f Strange died'uddenlylriek'D Ciiiciinaffic ui tP; .
1 within; point;-and.which reason .of ;;it .Athe age:of,sixty.
till ba barred;and:those,IDdebtotlr Ito es the only means of obtaining definite and pre "from "" 1
f juice '
YilIJDake payment t.Q; OJ4 eiw knowledge( with reference"' tp the evappra-' sugar.and* consider cane 8iri. #stifiidently.eoncenwhen -' 81ndnotfladinghis'd, ..., eI"t",,.. _.,i.11'..', tt P: ling'tears'nectar md'* sighs iephjrsApr t.i1'
SUSAN Adm'L titan of coin&ntraked'slraPs The'Pp Ianter'or refiner t ..fondness for.poetry-nand mnsd bn1hemopn :il
ST FORD 'the 'i l iLieentianaaesra i. .
':-.j tratea thebrokenitbreadlcurlstipin t A.tbi11 d n. iiaff
STAFFORf1 whowould understand nKesubject;and amid st 4oolhaiche To6a tit j-
af JO A J: dm ir';' obtain,comparative Ttsulta;must u emplorthe'thermometer. tome of acork icrew, 8ePt.10.1S41.em" Q "'
; >' : .
.. ,abOve dcacribed.fhey; onietiweat tee'I. the SiateV as t91 r tfi ia1w .
.n d.tsiri
cunt j4 .
A. x n -- :!> {'
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'l.'U. < ; f .'fa I
.J NOTICE. In ono of lha best and largest 1erfesot(heUnited' th 't1 r i t ; and the temperature to jrnich ,beingi.thaw law otGoct Is nbir' 1tfJler odre '.7T efts" J.-A strong:' J 'art'-" burn::pulse" 't'f.4.hjzfi: stum*-

; baTingcll.i> against thb Estate states, formerly conducted:upon 't iewas'twdMnreefeet I, they bon;is-nsuaUy": about/dPuhr.XLThel the New i.-j YorkA N... emb1.t'- j I...", .t.y{ 11'.' r ..'... 'd>%eloquent Z ;% "s1eeple nes5 itn d;WitSi1mnrt.nT'1ttntr'
i Rsadol tat4gtIiillsbcrou 8h' ? % ,byi dipping, copper ladle in to the sirup' ) t LjflJ "
Phr the'th proof ?
+ : ol-eaplyin$ in'o Par 1JanI- ,. itmemacmtglnation' >*b a.bcnrersoi
omtldm l1 owtiw. */>Mntjj J.AV -vt VJr V
;will Present,them tube auir '. is alaegenerjlly employed, athicklco4ti6$ of; f LdtOriterti6Ie Dc3iidarirl-rediOr-- Styott ;
eguIatingthe .
arployedfor eel ri
t 2ppo 1fN # ;. .Mfc J! WH s.. WBUpeas '
7 t
'fl, ti> 'the.'tfme 6scribwi law sir iwhie :arainsoffliloelyand; >resentsagranular -' l- -> i
4ronk Uhaveicastbdyuui'snb-
ua 'the .aeCL ,. -ajre n w ; :
---UO of haeirup3!; !_ iistcanmet .r"_ ., t '..J".Ig..t.i. ; then again oceans of despair, racks. JMO .
. h31bs'Crerer barredf%naW tttife1 CD&" soas>sive rery appearance 'being II.I a#; '&* ':the, With tippling, and have turned every thing.that '.wad .'.-iriggemlpiitol*:- v Ti &iM Sw :.

m-aaid''tateire reuested, tomako JaiiiId ..- '. '-tliat-bcrend'thraugh'the':; ;Sperationi finished '- uj8 "aA **: belonged to into tunutrll':, Debtor.. .-;aPardon r ed.rL 'Ut..i'I1tt>, 'i'l\'r."Ht Mf:rLt ?:. .

... to. .; TVftvnlOUJQf ; rb..nA1ierI.bo nseiopaiipanareI; .gaiez'4" iee'wr = er flY tliingr'oxcept' t\wf Ir .. ., ., J. .
: my .
'l'1 JJ..t' vapor:irltlwai-suspcnded so tb&tiitsUralb, pro2roK.irhile t a. .\: ." t.' < tr 'r..i '.', r. "f' .
f'j .. Adiistrahr.'Z waaiamratodiattbe; : 1 y,u po ii.the ibytbetoztchatadspmetinges t.7u nt'-'-t'well Iowa,}.. no' : \ (
by tMhe T Mr .
.. 1'1& Oa.'Sts.2jS47. :pate'Q '1.,11 a iHermometei= l)1iftJ e former is referred: prospect' of being able to Kquidatf.iH :1,L = :: ioiwnmasxleUrwin hii. "r" ,
....... iU aca -&O.c1ef... djsjltoAWep! s r i "
: "JVa T7'r f IntfielBritishfWest'In'df itne ttbt e t. as will be ieen by.the?fopowJ :
\ 'M''Q'Jr ; e ) '
SUy .
p .
Theqf 'k .tl oiatm waigU to'240'degrees 1. t. ,- ..." vc..r. 'I
I i .: c k2 p.. ihepow'f"e 7 tyh higher j touch"isnat only thit bhrefti d ed uposr; f fIlir" r : "' Wid a./. )Rmew.. .. --. ... 'F".J'. :, f '
rd ; > sugar : t /-.t J '.r H7IFi Lri7i"<7< rs.- rmSi > H kit'
N. P and co u iltip. ut'nviil' Imlth'eattad.maaowrcondnded'npOSt' Y gx'hlt'3+eflnei'yt11aa' siilCa ,ry.c ?h .,n g' bgttbeaavieeof t1t fcTap lparhaTe. TttrlE'IIt1l1eu.rinm JlWre. Tk. .}t aQl L.YOD:,,... ,. ow.n"t1I".f1a.I.'dim le' tai-; ,
L; \i Ildv51'Cot 'tnei'd' been..t.aken.fPft .t thefp0uaa 9t ll >t&u' 'if mfwertr M be .
&eof e. even bos ,ver # -'II r '
-: sbont qS s at e ot ageve feet.edmtfa fcI tee the'woTd tofichb he African;+slaves,befn&e I ed.ba" P4 h'C)4r' li i WR9 t;. ti's'thakcite'cfiildxarehbuld'; eto. ttt
'n :n! U.lt'.4 1.w 'It:"!b rt!; w 4 tabt .tThfrointhemdattk Li t 'i"r' esti 1i hm1d hAW'a
lblaok teackb einplor'the p y ;
.4eijb1 Oap rhWa1sa at irhind'tegjttat apl3oace's'uan '
Dutrbne (who seems to have prOSectitld'env"estl ,. < f i
r..). naaa.e ..fRJ 1 !soyathtzuI : ie.'ir m: OfinethodaIIdoredltabltfst : 3. 1J, I s 4'' .!}.t'q"t' r a- .m'I'P'ng ; : 4r r.t.rr..ti'f'Oi 4 n 'm l1i -._ .IJ-ai esaf ii'!'. ::-,.I.1'.u'I t.t", < ''t ,'.. .

to Richard Pieenbeker. '. of Loiwadee. tJi Z&jytXSfritm, "w : t' "-. ...., .-.1--. r1.' ej ''d'ar n 'f,; Mi .t.t ..1 6j4rjsh kfA t
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Georgi& '." '
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da)IfaU,' ,l&1th8 : 6* 1'tll-
fial1.atlJ d6tl'rld tri fj' "H "
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: fs eticYtiotlnaili HH 'h \ :
'ftner..is'requeat&ad u himprov e. property, i ind.impprtance pftheSUUmaa's vtb *z tp tht eargarpli. Patis384L '.oaf 11\.41 :' nu ', but.se'I a f, 4;. ri"2.xM-ff'53-fij4 WM.ma : ; !.' Elg Hn tl.Q'Jtn .OWIl1ari
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.JaUarD1.J .BARB CianAga, ". knee"IotdL.> .; HoUl?ot !e',a t-ri "TTeasury ,Nqiein 'o t tmadttm o II Chest I T ,a.t. winJeep 1i'k *4'1' .! roK"*"**.fe't tottf i** -2*'j 5tt9W3lBSAs '*" .> ''t P'C ioJitI1..JattMii. ". ',' ... ...".1-.l-'hT. ...._ ,
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r "tidpateir+ >whether'a)' 'proper construction of the -7f- 'COIUl\&P':u<' '-.f"-g", the lasting;welfere, :'of, ,hl ii. t IT li to': 'I' .
1j Nt.E! W Si l\ 7
: tt .' .., ._j 4. Constitution doea'ttat..oanae'therpower of ap* ,the UrStata Th heat: 'r1 1 f.f prrr. !peaYd. equI '-a j .. t..' r.-_ s>h
: .< .. < '
!Regolvei-That ltfa.J pedlent for thej 1JaI1 fatojf : : ".
i8 the ,|
of Probate ti Legislalure.
I pointing Judges ) : aaT'br "" 16kt' .
.JACKS. .",',l-"o, .T ; \r.-"t"\ iEItt,24',1" r... .",7..,.4f... .1f'.3, -t x'The'. committee,'the$ $ilteelita; c r- :ted Sta&Mto" uaei,'lKmquesta. 'M to, exit* 210 ifre ii elect ur l !w: thtmselvea. Ills m mi&ti m %
.,to report against the>as5ag of the slid bill, coishlthe ii oral,existence of Mexico, .tr.80\; _
f$ i I and ask the concurrence- the' Senate therein. to avaiUuafof the
!?*?? "h i I, The bill to define more particularly.. J y molt''' $e11iens"p8SIed"by to, establish.by: treaty ,stipulatiousa: lasting entire. The only way'In which_ the wishes of the PeoPle ) -'t., tee" UI.u:. "-1A.1."'i l. .. L
Mexicann the ,basis\of an '
% $ :.1'"J. t.71. ,. JL a Tote of 12 to 5. '- ?*,:. free peace trade with.between the",two. 'Republics'such as-" appear iD[ the':;LegIslstU, a: 1"lr.Oiptheir th etl&aldopU, railJII.i
j'. '. .' ; II; The House preamble and resolutions relative exists between thftfeteral State of this.Union.Resolved Representatives. ,And year after yartsession .n'prnt'W ,," -.::." .
.tj w
1 .rt 'rI ( 'ti.:__--_ : -_ _' _' I to preemption rights in_ this.State bras read a That we agree to.recede all theterritory5 ,,after session uJ.th..__Governor_, recommended '. to tv> sin. es rfgTit t .settle' J'I
tj I .;Etscnoh roiz 8uwnAtaipecal'electionbbldoa :.third time anded.., ro;have"takenlrom'Mexicd beyond the election of Judges immediate by slatt ri UKllp-1 Ut1kr- ,
*$* office.JfSherift ( f e ff? "" 7 theB4q.randeIu .nthocondition5that. f.ourdixens .-" n 4he Representatives'have'Iiw/i 1a'4. t ; "0" : o fS-
last for the of thepecePig/ .
Monday to
:t ; ATes olntion relative the tine die adjournment have free ingress and egressln1o: New .1 ae of,#tsfXT'
% Duval county, which had been vacated b! the of theLegislature on the. "22d'"instpwas. ..Mexlcoa dU; rCforniatlie"lpritllegevofholding duced countlea-bilblnriaTcrof' tseraesdaestof -' :;who.F" ..lf'dedde' :.w h ctl-,gip,
; of Mr to whom the sad' -,1 land'and"exercising their religion,and: the Constitution.BntheyhaTe been toted p'an'exist'wt' '.
> >Y i resignation- ; SAUNDEES. read a third time passed br a. vote of 12 .. ,Itatimit. :
i > V i -w-- carrying trade as'fully U any of.the Mex-; the"t i&';1ilHoiiTOqueritly =lad:_ Of Teas k e-
last down by 1"
v1'i ,dodge 1 f Probate gave the certificate at the to .. lean citizen of those'provinces.. ./i'J :) t- : > >, > who establishedtlaM

i ii iiv eltction,-at the precinct of Jacksonville, LED- On the, 14th inat,,Mr., Floyd rgave,notice of Resolved,* That'further:condition' ;ibeUhe' Mrv"BviAtxi b ,no-eTddencetbat. the +It. mall t to :
: .4'; j, ;TH received 76 votes, BELLOWS 24-at Cedar the introduction' of 'a bill to'makevthe Judgeship right of entry':and departure''.of\our shipping,' people favor the. .proposition! # 5/ .shall deddeestablished >Yhet1er t'.a"

rti 1 Gpn Creek,Ledwith 25, Bellows non t Mandarin, of the Southern judicial circuit'permanent both'National and Domestic,,into"and from the Mr. BCBOTT : and.the" Whig;'aembers'of theLegislature is oar new teat tbriah." b
; of _
Mexican unrestricted as in the'potts ,. -
i Bellows Black ports hare thus assmed ultra aristocratic
Ledwith 9 9-at Creek/Ledwith '
f within that
I circuit.. "
the United States/with all the rights rot TBUWa.t ;
i .*: maJor ,Ledwith's majority, 89. It will Mr..::, .fImproJementsj' from. the committee on Internal, bulk,-:taking:'discharging"'purchasing grounds, and expect to be supported in them by CULTURE. [OP

be rccoUected'that Mr. Ledwith was forced at presented a report in :favor of .and selling of cargoes as in our own ports.' "(i duping and blinding the people. We readily SEGAfc TOBACCO ;,

4' the late election to contest his office in consequence the bill for draining the Twelve Mile Swamp in Resolved further, That westipulste':;for' a join issue 'them) "tJipeo. -*r'- ':". : 'sf QBlDXAmong "t,

t" r of the out of all the returns ,, right of constructing a Railroad from the U."8.' PIe to choose theirownJudgtaT: ,;Jdet'everycidien .the numerous and i Pmt .
1 throwing
St. Johnscounty.The to the.harbor'of San'Diego;and to any"town in ...... ; J which .
1 4 ';.r, t from Democratic precincts. The result of the report of,,the judiciary committee on the New Mexico or California.' ( : of Florida,remember that this is now the mate tegeti and rid2'. "', 'ea ''b 1t.

i& special election is therefore considered truly atriunti bill providing for the election of Judges of Probate 'Resolved,''.That it is expedient to keep/pos- question,-Democracy ,against Aristocracy, the : ,.. wUchTreqniraonlymornest 1'' t.i'bUle
Besaion'of the Castleof.San Ju n' d'UU08jAS a' laborers = the fern pritileged4he personal 'to-be -
h his friends.
,+ t, r by wasread, received and concurred_ .iD. many :
r The House bill''to regulate the.pilotage' of,the above hostage',for!the" .1ent"ot.the'. *stipulation rt people against the AHOW. jra.or Ties LOJU>." Prodfsbi fe ts 1h. Ii iCb ,:""l4

M t; = I COM. CON .-On Sunday last this distinguished .recited.-3 __. i i -J.J -.. -- !.it.-Jt ." ;-TK.O :to to ..inhsbitui'tluin. ,Iti. I1f
St. Johns by vote ot.17 one ti\V Trl
passed a no < t\
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a with his ,WHAT SHALL BE ,THE COURSE.OF THE to the floe : ,
in wtAot
Y officer, company family, sing. : ... ELECTION OF JUDGES: If : : .A. "I& u.,. .4\ .... to. -
4 I '1 this on his to St. Augustine Iri that of the'Oov : t SOUTH. constitutes he only '
7 passed placo way In the 'House on the 7th inst Mr., Shields commenting on pprtion portion of the U ra ted S

j where it is his intention to reside during the introduced a bill, to repeal the ,tax levied on I ernort",Message.wMch,.recommends the electionof On the 14th snit, in the Senate of the United I'yfitted' by its dhnateproduction sad'80 t Q.

;r; :' t ;' winter. tavern and inn-keepers. i .the.Judiciary directly by the.:.people, we.expressed States, .Mr.. .DICKINSON, of New" York"*'presented 'of, Tery ;fine segar toiacco| t-j..l

I' bill : our perfect conviction that the people the following resolution:: 'rl F to bates ia':short, aa,'with pro J
' u' THK HON. JOHN M. HOLLEY member of the Mr..Blackburn introduced a to regulatepleadingsIn per mid
: themselves were as'well qualified to choose their Resolved, That true policy:requires.the government management may U made to com
d ': House of Representatives from the 27th Congressional civil. cases in the courts of record of the U. State.to strengthen its political pete
Judges,immediately as throughthe;intervention fuwtth ,the celebrated .Cuba to. J.t"r
district of New York arrived here of this State. f' and commercial relations upon this ,continent 0& .4
> H ,
r'. I on Wednesday Jut and took lodgings. His desire The bill for electing Judges Probate by the of their,representatives in .General Assembly. by the annexation of. such contiguous? territory 1"1i._, :iacomparablJ'"thlDW6t'. .Pro- _fitsble"' "
:f, t ; ." the time feared that the Judges conduce that and be that can be -
' At same we as may end can crop grown nit j ,and
; t I i'" which has people was read a first time. a
4 : is to recruit his severely '
'* themselves when chosen, would be too inclinedto : justly obtained;;and that neither in ouch"acgaisition itself. to every onebythe'faaU7i
f ;
' f w The select'-oommittee 'whom referred i9wt&l
; : was '
'? suffered from some pulmonary,attack, and -r' ', the nor in the territorial organization thereof cuUure "
z t mingle theirpriTte interests public its can be
p w fi we trust he will find in the genial climate of the Bill for., the.amendment, of the Constitution ; can any'conditions be' constitutionally ionDer'r
k'Vm Florida that which will speedily restore him so that Judges l shall hereafter be elected by the business, and ,would be more apt to aPpear posed or institutions be provided for or established without.. ;,in.the matYt 1
'1 v f JvV4irf. in strength to his friends. people, reported strongly, in favor of the pro political demagogues, than as Judicial officers' inconsistent'with-therighrof' the People ;capital, ,or extensive means,,r or in.the Uttem,
thereof form a free sovereign Statewith.the
: invested with the dearest interests of the dering;expensive'works" '
posed amendment. The committee was composed .peo and' privileges of the or. :\ 1ie t
'j/ : ;' 3 a- 'THE,. WEATUEB.-During the week ending on I of Messrs.'Blackburn Mitchell, and Shields.On ple. At the tinneOwe, never conceived that any powers of the confederacy.'" members <* for the'time." ,It. ms l.also I be fJo:ia'

,;- k ; J--* *,.r.' Wednesday evening lasts the weather has been : the 9th, Mr. Aldrich, from the committeeon person or party would dare call in question the Resolved,'''l tj. in(organizing a Territorial profitable;adjunct to cotton or mpr*ri

\fy e il.A; rather cool, but yet exceedingly pleasant. At I Propositions and Grievances reported a bill perfect ability of the people to choose officers government from territory belonging to'the U.: detriment to" either of them. J
\ '
. } ; a'1k ,7) A. M, the lowest point shown by the ther- for the relief of settlers on public lands and to the best qualified.. Yet at, the, same 'time we States which'our, principles federative system of self-government rests,'will be upon best *The people of Florida'have, nevertliilor_ ,$

.' ir mometer s 28,-the highest 4 6. At noon the grant pre-emption rights in certain cases.. were aware that some-of the best, Judges.the promoted,.the true spirit and meaning< of the entered into ita culture J rwith.that;f ri wli

'E r '. '1 lowestpoint 43-the highest 62. At 9, P. M.y The bill to repeal that portion of the act world has ever produced, too frequently degraded constitution best observed, and the confederacy that'extent;,.which its great,itopwtiaeeSronil

.w t i I s the lowest 32, the highest 52. which prescribes that fifteen men shall composethe their station becoming in some shape or strengthened, by'leavidg-; questions concerning :seem to demand. They have profcJJv. bea';;
__ the domestic therein the'
t Ourolxjection policy to. legislatures ,
Grand Jury, was lost by a vote of 15 to 20. other supplicants for ,popular favor.. chosen by the people thereof terred froth enga8m g,extenaivdy i a'en 5 5cally
U. S. SENATOR. On the 12th balloting .the : learned ,
;,; ALABAMA to bill.existed insthe fn its production from appttU&ttffailure
The act to facilitate the draining of Twelve It is graetfu! to'Preceive' mid'the' defection sn
f in'the Legislature of Alabama for U. S, and the rich-not the and the '
, Mile Swamp,in St. Johns county, passed by a ,poor of the Southern whigs to the tactics of their party ,'through ignorance of'its wowr%_ mode
Senator, Mr.D. H. LEwis, received 58,-KING.2.i uneducated.But of culture end '
vote of 35 management or tbto
no one opposing.The that the Northern Democrats at least are ,
;I- ? 4 ,HOPKINS, 47. act to regulate the pilotage of the port at we all have to learn some strange lessons, determined to remain true to their country dulity of Its profitableness and the f_
4 Mr. KING'S name being withdrawn on the and the session of the hastau8' W '
Legislature of the
: present stability demand
Cedar vote of 35 t'arit-and
passed by a no one
't Keys, op and the' Constitution. On the tote for speakerof ; 1
"ri DIXON'IL .
; 17th balloting Hon. LEWIS was duly ht us one of 'the strangest. The cloven from a deeprooted'prejudice agiliStanl .
posing. the, .House ,of,Representatives, we find,the .
elected over HOPKINS by a vote of 84 to 34. foot will show itself when it is least
expected- nations their habit
on and abed
The act to regulate the pilotage of St.Johns names Mr. E.C.CABELL Representative of the ? est&h t ae
..congratulate the country upon the reflection and the aristocracy of Wbiggery will beam ,
' { Bar, passed by a vote of 33, no one opposing.A State of Florida and Messrs TOOMBS STEPHENS, I agricultural practice. '.ii.
: of the ,
of so distiiguished an opponent forth under mask of
even a Representativeof
,growing tobacco in
memorial && relative a mail route, and J OSES Whig Representatives of Georgia segar Ilcndsir
Hw.liii r o't' Protective System. the People., 'The' people of ,Florida.have lived 'I neither ''' "
__ experimental, nor a i all probl tipt
-- was read a third time and passed. I corded in favor of Mr.\V. INTRROP, an avowed wil- 1 ;
to see.the day when they are.considered by this
!: SNOW.. -Tke Savannah Georgian says that it Resolutions calling upon the General government mot Proviso ,man.'and Abo itionii .i eir excuse description of tobacco being 1 aid
their elected.Representatives as mere driversof StaU. -Bal the
snowed in Augusta, Goo:, on the afternoon of to,defray the expenses of the Florida volunteers is that "he1 was the least objectionable can as :&tlpTem'the F fiCWmr

i .,., the la th inst. A snow storm in Florida would previous to-their being mustered into' the plough as brainless tillers of the Boil,- didate." "In the opinion of th .r constituents he end Jnpfrrfenc2 of producing a roj5SS f 't'tiOJ

j igaten the greater part of our colored population U. S. service, were read a third time and pass as producers of the money which' is to 'enrich was the most .objec iol1A }e. :And do these -'Ort8e-" Ae ,r.. which shall mm..4 '@i
Et i more i intellectual and.more ,gifted mortals,-as all the desircbk .
sPr into fits.SOUTHITRN. ed. Whig Southern members dare to say that they t l qtifl-'it oi.rat a. q!..1reiniinsyettoter'ull
the drudge horses,.who are to labor ,for.their: .
On the 10th inst. resolutions relative to cer- have represented their constituents in,this 'voting esabiisbed; j sadtoi
CULTlVATOlt.-We 'have ;received masters,and whose will and mind is merely the ,
l pbl i r ,. tain,lands granted'b the U. 8. for fixing the .. for a Wiimot TroTiso man and abolitionist f purpose. wishttddirecCtb etteationotptsa=
t G December number of this admirable monthly directing spirit.of their owner. tern :particularly tau ell haReitt ;l ei l
f l. t. 4 '.. Seat of Government of.the State of Florida'passed Andy what has been"the effect o. their vote.- > ,6e
.'' I and are.gratified to find that its new editor, the House. Yes, ,,'we* -r have* lived if to'see' all' ?this.-> To- a reso-'-- The Committee on Territories, which must re produced.here. ; .but re aired. ,ei aki1t end

inW Dr. DAKIEL LEK, fally equals the high anticipations lution. which. had. been introduced in the Senate > attention. than baa been ordinarily IwtoTtisir,

i ; 1 i which had been formed of his merit-- On the 13th inst, Mr.. Mitchell. gave notice of to tho effect that Legislature should be re- port V* upon->-w the- Wiimot Proviso,* he* has* formed- this But tobacco ,as';valuablr'braij'grbwnln
the introduction of a bill to establish a'separate of,.six.,.members from non-slave holding, and crop.
!cat! I It contains many valuable original articles; publicanized by making all,Judicial officers the Island of Coba and 'inferiorVa
Court in this State. three fronu slave-holding States. This is but
fefei" Chancery
among which we notice-"Theory of Agriculture elective by theproflet! 'the.Judiciary committee in nothing .xcept aromatic fragrance, hubea,
Slobbers in Mr. Hagncr gave notice of the introduction.of, of the Senate rather the two-thirds the beginning his influence, and his acts.-
r : -"Cotton crops, Horses ,or Whig repeatedly produced here even under.oarfia-. "
1 If the South is until it will
i a bill to make valid all had trampled upon endure -
proceedings by '
; i. -"Artificial Manures,"-"Preserving Sweet it, Messrs:BUaairr and SANDERSON; have re-' knowledge and practica ijttt
/ those commissioned as Justices ot the Peace un- no longer, those who.have aimed ,at a,disorganization perfect ,I slovenly ;,
.iCM potatoes," &c, &c. The publishers make an tutn.ed' ,report expressing the most ..decidedhostility. of the Union thank the Southern may not then,,,a more intimate Howled 1 of Sirequirement

:; ,t ? appeal to the planters of.the South, and we sincerely der an election illegally held on' 'tst'J\fonday; in .. We tJ iikwithdr.: FAIRBANKS the 'Whig Representatives.We .may and greater fikiliandL U atmj

: t trtit, will not make that appeal in vain. October 1847. other:member, that this resolution was 'merely, to i its management accomplish?', ''
Mr. Garroson introduced a bill to amend the theLegislature ,.. say, therefore, it is gratifying to. observe ; .> .
.w. ; 1 'V. *" NEW BOOKS.-We have received from Messrs. Constitution so that clergymen'''might be eligible declaratory ,individual opinions'aniong! that the above resolutions have proceeded- from Every planter who contemP,later ajpg&juTthis !
r and )therefipre"niirely useless. '
> & McEL LRATH of the N.Y. Tribune the, ; Northern business, should make himaelf'perfW
114 : ? QREXLY as members. of the Legislature_and for Gov idoro. a Democrat. They breathe a whole I
IP Vi; r fallowing works: ernor. For the same r.eason we were,.the aston- souled devotion to their'country and the Constitution I and thoroughly:acquainted, not onIJiithtlei, !{

** ,S1 "The Almanac for 1848."-This is a ished at tho individual expression of the opin which will find i best modes of culture and managenlent ef t 3bacco
,), Whig Mr. Hobart presented the petition of citizensof a responsive ,tone. in R
ions Messrs. and their '
it t;' l ,: 1 tfery cheap and useful publication,as it gives the Apalachicola praying fora'anal across ,the the hearts of all but fanatical demagogues.=- : ,'but also with_ the.qualities.WttTcK'wiafi-_ r.}
all report,, In general we can .characterize this, i tute the(best and most'valuable tegafni jfr
latest election 'returns in full from nearly peninsula of Florida. Mr. DICKINSON has token'the true constitutional ;

1t15.; ,t ? it the States, compared with those of preceding The'committee on the Judiciary, reported in report as it ultra aristocratic.' .In particular the ground." j He* claims that we" "*have" ho" "*right'*to*-*J'. I this knowledge forma the basis of all useful ua.-

,t ?, years. It contains 64 pages closely printed in favor of changing' sale days under execution positions assumes;are, interfere with the domestic; x" lio1 of our.tcrri_ .. I provement and profitable prodactwn'efftj-f:
,.... small type, and is sold at the low price of one from Monday to Saturday 1st. That the people have, by the Constitution tories an-l thai it is our. highest interest ad i is the'cynosure'',which must guide nun, ,',in 0,,,

i *ij dollar per dozen.I1 The Senate bill to abolish the pay of the Adjutant i invested the power.ofaPPointin.8.Judicial mit Territory justly;obtained: He.is here met attainment of ultimate auccesst without tie

UErcbantfs Hydraulics Mechanics," Nos. 1 and Inspector General-to amend the I'officers in Legislature, and'. that the Legislature by the whole South. We want uo'WHm9t.iso .Pro- knowledge be labors t'npiri a1q.-A1I1] -:

and.2.;This is a most valuable interesting acts in relation to County Commissioners,-in' : is the only' competent bodyy' to exercise- nor no ,Compromises.The: Constitutio'u. .. and operations being involved in imcs'' I

;- work, and we can remember no scientific book' relation to roads in Columbia and to that' power gives slaveholders right in all acquired terri and''dMjpointment t aad'fali arebe.se i!.,t

1"t, which successfully combines the utile cum : give Circuit Court Judges eounty'to,-imposefines 2nd: In the, words of the report, "there are toryYhether slavery shall be there establish necessary. and, inevitable consequ a t (.o4.

t I i' 4 1 duke. It is ornamented'with' numerous engravings and penalties in criminal power c&SeI.weroread many, very many, of the people"who would not= .ed,is:Vqiiestion: for the_ _inhabitants of;that. Territory. ignorance. '. .t.' ,

i r k and vtould be a treasure in the library a first time. .' only fa I/'Conect1y'" to estimate 'the Iieeesl jqualfiationsrbut ; ., The, Federal Government has no right The qualities which 'chataderisalls it:

I of&n1.)1e., Price,25 cents per number. would: from"necessity,1' :jbe" to interfere in their domestic policy; The ques Cuba,tobacco,;and which_render_ it! 4.
; CONGRESS.In without the advantages ,to know who possessed; : sion'of slavery will'be settled by the character the.:purpose, of!,segar-making in;the, ,pf
.THE LEGISLATURE them'or to sufficiently"discriminate between corn \ "" ; : .
the Senate, on Tuesday, 14th last A bill of the'cliaiate. ,,k It is.notprobablethat'slavehol. their relative importance aw, t
hi'the Senate, on flic 11th ,root, Mr. McLeanintroduced was introduced to graduate the of, pavors..- if they did" den ':.will,ever; emigrate; to a.latitudehigher;. y t'mot 1 ht t Ss'and 'thinnes*:of J ,Mara
price public 3rd: Theah C
of 'Judges lie
w '" a bill to amend the constitution so creating. "must of color- aromatic comet.tration
lands. 1f ; than that of the northern boundary of MissourLr ,* fragrance, ands4 .
that Judges of the Circuit Court shall hold their confided by the people to agents elected by. them Yet It 'is'an'absolute 'c certainty that"they:will of it pecu\iar narcotic i\e. A
Mr. Dickinson
introduced resolutions to the ,, .., ,
for that'purpoae." < '* 'h. -" f" r -;!' ---1" rjr-' I '
offices; for six years instead of during good be. effect that in 'organizing all emigrato."to _mole, Southern.. ,t ritori. s.-, : Thealimateand t4.ese,\aalities are com lets .P\I the
any Territory ; O'
4th? The people have not in % ; t 'H .H.
any way signified 11
havior. t. soil of Mexico is especially asPtedto o Ife" Z. t',,
.questions of domestic, policy should be left to ? >
The bill to amend the acts relative to county ;their desire that Judges should :be elected the profitable cultivation of thoset agric. b7a;>,wa .coaraeof ,or.
its and that it oUr .. .
Legislature is .
true policy to ... } .
oie I5 by,a direct ptpular,Tote. .">*- -, ",. rendered : & : ; r -- "
commissioners. ,, aassed.by' or ; no,oneopposing. annex any Territory which ,lal'\roductau. *,t, 'irhich''has'beeiibestoired'thelabor ,. .n rbi71izi, ."
maybe '
justly obi ***2 ;--{.rt. !rfXP J:*>!- ; T.' VS'S- > d'
c t : tP! '. 'f 5th. ,The Jiof..t Le g i'slatur,e t io'sh:pnld-' 'be' eatIS- fled". ,'of: he.>resentsaveholding;": population,of. !n tel j T14" M. Fforydatobacca'p4M

i 4 r ,t .The bill to abolish the pay of adjutant-and .On'the: 15th lust, Mr.Calhoun" introduced:I thattl&
Inspector General passed by a vote of 15 to 2. the following:resolutions. 1 I ,before they surrender t't:a rid ask the people to naturally< in'favor' 'of the institution"I' aJ brain t''depet .piC1J1es1 offrgranceand

h The House bill to regulate the pilotage of the : ..elecjtJttdges'tKemjelvesf'- 7t'Ml"1Hr flt lair 'I. ":'.-i* (was''the' S 'A*****"1""h**i **t8a8eLsnake ** *f" I =nartmtic rhta atiqth'i> A
t Resolved, That to conquer and,hold Mexico .. >tnI\-.1 -it.Ad ;-H; .Fir : -': <.J :' )" L"'J ... l Lr-h !>' :e But '
i referred. 'infferi' ia oustd irtJ
fit/Johns) was read twice and slaye trader ,. ep. .
Tiieeae are the ,Mr.Bw ... r.aJqQgW Jlf1J, .
1 1, either,as,a province or incorporating it into the positions assumed by t' ('- '""-' t tI'
.o < irhe,. preamble and resolution. relative to cer- Union. ,.is inconsistent with lr avowed object of ,Mrt, and we have given them,as nearly pos* was .nearly monopolized by,tht Spanish flag- : at o ". qd: ; c 1 i.v .1'J4+

t t&htland granted by the United States for fixing the war; contrary to .the.,settled;policy (of..theGovernment sible in thewoirdaTof; the rep'>rtnlsW.4 Andw At the present d,it is'Becr "encouraged:! proper atteation, are.fally.adequate iQ t&f

the-Beat of gojerhmentof the State of Florida_ ,111 conflict-with its character and j \" ; iJii1f'1f' "vVt *-* = '* '' rv !"ty Q 'v> A rT.; fection of these qualities alsdJ!aa'basbetleaU'
r we arrive at thisrgrandires4lt t! that the, people' > ah government,li all.jla cqloniat, po .
1 'in the end .. ., '
'Pit- genius, and musk subversive of a5< ,1tybf": ": .t( # ; 1"1 >4.t" > I d 0 ; } depiona j'ite' f'M1" -
'. wajs wad.? a.third time and passed., ,all our,free and,popular hyrtitntious.e- ?*.! are,totally,incompetent perform!any!pditi. iessione.;>.Notwithstanding':, atheiabolitp jofslayery --j ;

On the 13th L WtMr.Burritt, from the Judiciary Resolved_ ;Thatnolinepf(.p U .inthe farther cal duty, except:;that"of choosing"LegisUtors..' in 4lexirowthere exiatsin'that country, Segar,tObaaa4 ex to fewer. iIr

commit ;. whom. had. been, referred, the' l preamble }.cation;.of.the. ,;war.jjshouldt be-adopfced And"thesesp" wft' ''!i. 't:n i 'me'i n''froia a substitute which has in truth all :'tho'bJ "it thincottou sad ma mad ;more
of the Senator of the 6th which .may tend,Jo.consequences so disastrous. ..iSvF : #tJ3 l.r.J1 ; ", / .1 *'PZ'i tiu' viri' m v. commcrcUl
',;djresolutionsof' '. ,th f\b&i"--. o fie. to"rp r@a mt, ha. 'h" -Lu <,, ;. 01. ;\,' TjvTTv aced.iT47tTrT4f tO o cropt.tbsaeithuaottea.ial, ,
t *f disrtncUo ,he,.. effect that our.. State..Judiciary I In the House-, on. .-.-the-l4th-"', ",'a. 'otnt1i.--: D: es,.and not to'act. ;aa rdtogly,to their;own,-, the United BUte8bytheabplitioni3Ls-rdthesy Bimoru t t'I.$parfecfliaoirled', 6t-ilt''. .q

m should bb republicaniied byrendering all judielective ,vas R1p I r.re :of that por- thtta l ,Isla tore inatantJ ''becoai "ffb'Mi *BtrLORD tem.-oT:Peo. nags:.- By thisvjiTman can be held nit; t's .,. I._ +

e>alinS'ic rs by the..people, presented artidrerie ,Hanoi the actwhiehtrelatea._ .to. the postage_ on', -int8 .. p.t,Q tfi.. J 'if'!' tN .n i ', Hi'. 'as. -"a' sUvj l ,',,without"-j OF"the.'rightutyclajmlfrom!'}hls- 1ii, ., ;.e1 P -. t iiIlJ v 4tioa.will A.,,
'- -
rtP to the resolutions.r. ./ newspapers. ; ." What; -v. can:'be i.5 Mr.r'v BuwurrY' ,"estimate- master ,foodj Clothing i ,'.and .medical'attendance.! bnitabJr :af-,,

t p .'; umtt from the judiciary committee.to on t "thel5th''/1 Itl Schema1t'f, 0Mo. a 'rbichwere'read, "fr. red of the' intelligence,the men who had intellectenough Hence' ... ,t ermJ.jt;thing' favors the r r"*introduction'pfslavery IDa; Jatilwsi'bl("r'r "f'im.- t'li4,i". .

whooi had been referred the bill for electing the following,resolutions,a ,|but .to &Ai i a'fewt in1 theLe'rialaturabut"oef.Mr .; :into Mexico' ,Tjj.Mexican?dealre, it= tE't"--ff'ld': a'4N1 L: i ,'sad 1_.

Judges Probate bythe people, presented the not acted upon -s *' <* --t ,**-- ha e notJbra11.. rr.rrjtr } ( tilekJudge, :eau The slaveholders7 off:the:Utiiterl' ';.Rut' fA- ofemigratetiiere i achuactezouthtistiese.Rbich greall!.itr'Of. It.t1t .
i .""'." 4.M. '" : ..
forio.iag adverse Whereas The farmed And. ByiwBETi iihjft of : "ai1d'those"cftizins whou'e'!tote a cJ :Iif fiT t i1.
,' "Confederacy eras for,. ; ) own eyes, one 7.fT y+LV."l "fiV'T' 't- 1.TVfuT -jr-'ij ''tkySWder i' -- I't .i. "T ,
;. That"they have hadthe: same' under consid- the purpose of establishing a perfect? 'Union and, -"Anointed,of,.the a Fl/odoes1i e pretend a = J (rR1l..f'; ( .attractedfore ....._. ,... P P ; t\nf1 M

t 4' rStloiu'?'! ':Tht'th tar i ot"Mrr" ? that the ??' promoting the general'welftre,It beoomett1ose ,t\Ji &l adgebet;reoncernin- the.Ynatl.Y .' tJ ..not gpcaltt .! All weaikij, a thai I',FlWd., .tftftCOA..1.. .f1J1J: l
wer5ehcVf.ibis]d under,'the present mode "ofaomtf who are'1 entrusted withuregalating the Government ,.. y 2..,'.. ." XY 1ft, "".,! :t"?jv4) 'ta a itiienSlhall choose for themselves" .1 ruin < t".r fousdObeui! { ; ;
1 t hwV"6ffiwrs\aulhorixe; J thebelief; : _e 'BO to Mirect'ltamovemcntsiu; to perfect. 'A. _, 9B8 f,Judge that a Poot t., P1!".whose. t.1 1 ? Jiht- .: '# t orsuba: '.1 '. __} !d'lf.

f j, thritf c ttIefmodewouldbepreferable.Thatr ; thlt Union acid edrauiae that, ."e, are" ,- all may dependiu ponthat. JudgtsfiatlvDoeshe : $ .q'a bat a. ough'it' is'certaln, :. ,Arlie.excite'"ill.:.. aterior.Rorlhleas 1a.CJI .r"ofo

+r until some evil under the Present mode 11 poInt-' Avid w h.er< .n.'b! ;' "rJt.r. ;!I rat m't. asalawyerj-pretend the; iranyinQrefrer be"t. ,i.J ..1.' _a1, .l....-.id"lr'._ ,. _. t. .9Jl1 tr, ,If, A be p a'w J'jlt

,e lei'out,arid a"onable'pro jpectbf obt tang .4'-"*f< ;:'' atignai <*WtfeAp c, ,areiavph .. ; u..J C n'tfftf !!)ttixi l'ff"m-: r..n" h4' p r0 blol: tttrri.ilarth'a thedJn' rIiAewih : w_ '. l.1
j.19"J'YIV JJ.
other mode islpres8nted'thecammitteelwould'hesitate the invaalve wale are nova .. t $! t' N4 t. r : : .
1 ,;eTA by sOCte we prosecuting i aga : ,alludes .y < "it ct )Z)1 ( IeraffomiioaIalgr eWa ,na'H'nJ bed
hesneeringly than 'if.O
in'Tecommenainga: our sister Repubjjo of Mexicaimportant tot ;.Qppl1entao1ien ? -sh
.. f ._..l 'hi"' '"i J aj VL! ??i.LMroch ; tbat lsnS tatea,'yetruwei iimiattid'avbdr I ibil:; T gslat
aoi1Sidei to'the' dCt
: "d6ubt; entertained by should : nor Jie"UI'iiot'liq "u"l1 J 'sous to ;
.ehjarge.-rtBesides -"
.l prod titutiQpatightpto
inhabit J '
r\ l" F ; &;and 'Jorr thbtli hailp
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it a&r/nnd in.which'doubt the'committee parT 'measures'as mad result. JJ i 1 1D l m eth@"i''Wi' i 'J 'S .. iC'Cased
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TAbxsFH.Cc- PRESENTMENT OF' mB' DJ if t' ii .: ..: ;... : "
.-tafe. {beeD\ever+kreceat arivab at t OF MARION COUNTY, -AT, ITS FALL 1 "_Enauuo' e, p it itoelbblzdat ,1 t : t ; 'xr j:: ), .. : 1 YvWt T ti < 4 4t4TI'b

Vera.;,' "$;1at.eD TERM, DEJDEMBER;1847ii ; and all.whoviof 4.A trJi r ; .iA 1 : : J':: 'J-_
trom. .
s_ ews. from MeiiCO.hlch ,wejiit The GratJiu ors iti.ba c1orIie. .County of .February neAT.al'erm ,thaUlmta e sense F D ': J..I1.ctI JMl&ftUU:*

# 'intheordtz n which it'was received. Marion at Ita traJl enn:lS '1,After having ; of m'I t. ";"1tf'.fM' 1.o CI'j.. ., .. >..... .' _.,10i..J Mr". : t. I" ililir.. F' 01'> A.. 0-'

.' 'fr Jt'iil",which arrived on the 10th made the aece ary,e.&i quite foes safety and U4 ecember .1d)7. Ji4L_ ill l" ,0 i -., .}.K.lo ll .J, M f 4 t.o .! 1 'T
sJ ole budget of rumors,me'of protection of ita rpitlxefcs !\ptoperty and per- : > '> .r _."'I'r ., ,'"''' =N tR.tQ.+ ot Absve Mentioned, that.tiu t t b

", probable story of,Saatfc.An.ead ,60%whom they have bee'n called on to repre- .thearcuit Court pf the East. J..IJoDo'. t-- i.-v: .f v.ft!?*"Tgr5H j "l aa,4ft&1U'a.JiJ'J'. -. .K
jtbn of 16,000 m.and threat- een1' rtse t eir;thanks:ta the all;wis Disposer [ -.o;jEori *>;held''lAVthe Court ,Generaltealie.tc: ;o ,._!ti M ril lt ,""MfJ..bl "

rl a11Aeh at ynercarw: Th*nuwu-- of Humaa JEventa for the harmony;peW,* HouseinJacksonyjUeonTues. t ;. P ay.the,; ixteenth- I Allowed. ,by,eaid Act for.t."eprQvuisthe- &ct'".,that the>rHlnamr' ha bees u

which Congress arrived on.the evening of,the and .tdet\1 "exits, together, with the day\of oyember;Jn.Che.year.of pur" Lord.dae' .M 'a, particular quarter Beeticu upon which is tgcated,"?rat e' soa- thedit*cfpoait*il* r.t h
absence crime ,as well as'.the, ussandewg7iilsaalit ioT seTea ? described mth <*-- ./v-i iJtZ?
t' ;I left Vera Crux on the first instAnt, ;generalgood ty-.I.'tJ.l>ear -;6',,,:d?:+r sooutzed dui.mod a eldUaeata.'WVC
"c6esaru g >aoM and. brought mow co! hcaltt'and.:prosperity of the 1try.O far-i 1 'PM"8u.isprable !hIRenrl&, ; ia?" f. .these towashpsxA exegee( ? d't4,J61ftwmitfeeegSterca4t Receiver.At:N I'J! ,
The news by this AmvaljsWsAnna men have enerally been blessed with an,abun_ ') '.1' GEOzo', ,'' t"J on.wJkfiam the said.:datejs,sati.qtory.-pTOof r pursaft&t. to the'requinaatatf *f'tSxelAir=ont1meati t }
has collected no force dant harvest atidwe"take} occasion:to recox -, -T l -t.; ;. 1l y:V J ,t'-i i' i/t nor.1S there Any probabi.teach mend aeriotialyto the consideration|the Conn-' ; Jun" "t + ,, JdiU.1rpT,Di? rceiI altotild, ..ppicaDta.n a1icaYit oftoborited'.bT1l.t ;ef..O1: s

purpose. ty Commissioners,'as early possible,the erectied -> ", N 1.JPI >_ if' '. ., ,;" '1"." more idtatatezegecl and competent ea,which proof should state AU the particaLun'aato: th''t
rj D doing': yo elected Pres idea of Mexico of a'Jail oh the Public Square in the town< \' IT appe$ring to the satisfaction of tile ? v v t c,,

': Ras has oace before been Pro-5: of Ocala, being the most fit,.convenient and ell,. Srom i davit fil .=t.lthti Defendant th t a Unless the;proof reauired la the foregoing, is filedj'on'or1b 'the.date spedfledthe soant.will

t>k l1th lastdent.lie present term of office: gible site, as well as,of.vast importance'for'the a1)oTe'entitled ca e r esidei without the&st& forfeit all right,title, claim. to the Load,'under,their Permit.v' .tC <: "T .

'rr 8th of January ext :He safe keepingand security :of, crimimtls, which of'Floria&nit\beyondthesiriaditid''i ofthfj ... '. U
ealyso the of InformingMora at'present, having ixo'placeof: security, it devolves I;Court'on motion of said Complainant'bJ; D *litfl.IAIUp.- r ; ;t'fel ;-. j., D"- "',. ',j I.D- t t: oa .,before wbieb'the of."smnitaage .. l'
favor peace. .
in ,be filed and
be thrpmen ,
to V'1 haul in. upon the vigilance of an officer, or be sent ;BiytoV, ;I.hti "Uert rJ r.1 _;*t 'f torah described" ,_1I

i Ii et he continued and made y Pena i Pens at A great distance of many miles to:other 'priflons. -, ItisQrdMa "That vfeaid 'beendaiit) appear I Ii... .xJR*?: -ar i *Fourteen ...East,*.".- '-.,t' r..n '-horeab 43th, IMS.:''1.1 :.,-, .v

aR u dcpai'tden tt Secretary of State. The ., We have not had occasion to examine And Answer aaiBillotCopnplaiptithin four I; gy.4Wt jowThirtyBJxL ;, Seventeen_ ,uO. ,.' ... ...-.do20. %|84&. .. .': 1l< '

*the Sstrttion rreside his is in favor of an honorable into the bOokS accounts and vouchers of bur 'months, or thVsinie will;be taken as fconfessed w 'QU'ih", : Elghteeaw f r* d.: a r '. do o.. '. .' ....', }'o r..$; ..
County Treasurer, nor have we deemed against aer. tsr"al. Mvr/>'x# acuj y v ?; .Thirty. eTtdo Eighteen ., .do .'t- 1. ;do do : :. >,' -a t..
tone of its first acts of Mexico was to despatch'to a' toexamineihe books of the County expedient Commissioners uirf it u/krf r'Ord r .::: Vcbpy jof this, Thirty ;'ht'd. ; Eighteen,J' *..do. ''I.'L -' SfT : t ; c" ., ":do'' --'do .- ,of -: r: ...ew hoe '

oner to the sty Tmt. The commission:reopen or looked more prudently: into other order, duly certified'by the Clerk'of this Conrt,' .Th.tw-nme, ) ... do 4.',, *Ei'd'' .-v. J. .%>, -.i., ; .;do ot, _,; tw- a s
.OU with Mr. Thirtysite .d"j ; ..Nineteen doJfineteen. G';" }:. 4 .,'do. tdo "
be in "
Art 5ta and Cuevas public papers, confidently believing in the ability published some newspaper printed Within f'.d. I + 4 : : ., A'iu
e Fi here9eaors Couto, baring been on and integrity of the different public officers, the Eastern Circuit:of Florida for!tke space'of ..Thht"-I8YeJlt, do. .,. '"doT.do ,.'k. .. ..., ,' '. do do1 ,:; '
the two : ht's "
1tiDeOD four months 'AA&Ui Y-elg 'doNuieteenc ."d' ; ; 'do'; to their Various / .4 .
Gea >Ir Trist'a discharge trusts correctly.Our consecutively f i, \ : "' .. ." ', ".
: ,' ,
; c '
powers ,. .
to to the arrival of the County Commissioners, we'regret'to say ;; Oscxa'HAtCJerk; of said C<.urt,do'herebjcemff Tdo." ... :Nineteen. 1do." ."- .(- ;4o' .,, 4o \ '' F
tf lore' vp d prior Scott no have the year.neglected much of their du'1 j the Above to be A tine copy'of the order tThirtyslz,". .j v;d,1:'.! ; TwmtylA t 1 do. :' _, .,." .,:'do/ >' =t QoThirtjee .
possessed .
t H3MS"Pr d tKey pow-were ty 3n keeping' in repair the'public roads and made And lattereilOf:record id the"above antis en- :4oThirtyeight Tireri V : ; dod : \ :. .' sA J

p highways We recommend public schools to'be tied cause in said Court,:on the date Aforesaid.i |Tdo" i TwentT.. .d9 do.
II* "d to our Government theSd inst at Washington.the Mexican erected, and for this purpose. urge it upon the :It 'rrinsS:' : ,hereunto ,Thirty->iiae7t,._:do..V" ,TtrimtJ'-.i' f. ; ; do. do. : ,'4

Sonera%rt, Iris of at once says to Queretaro proper representatives of the people to use their 'iu Ri' set"my'hind:ilrid affix the Seal'of 1 t 3 NoTK> Theparticnhu8iaa to_the settlement should be,- -the time whea;cultivation was oaa>'

retired Trist had ao upfl5JJ5ag tome best endeavors to dispose of the school lands,as '* :said..Courts, thi ss tweaiieth"day 'or: menced=the kind of;'crop,cultivated-number'of acres n. culUvation--the.kind,of tenement1 i "
Mr. ,
that soon as practicable as will advance the'motive December, .'D,' 1847M.tt. '<-.ft- erected dumber of persons composing the family-discriminating between adults and. children F.

that members of for which it was intended. The larger portion ,OSCAR HART;Clerk.. '! .DWe5.an"d femaleswhitesrand colored., 8AML.RUfigHLL, Register* : ;
paper says many oeducatc-th Dec. 24th,1847.In I'JOHNPAR80N8lReceiter. ,, -V-
3k with the election of the! of our citizens are unable ir. children 4m ? ,;
s, displeased 'for the want of schools-the of 'LAND'OFFt; NewnansvmeFlorida 'December 10th 1847. 3t, ,
durability '- ,
6e their scats, and retired ?. ,:_ CircHil Court,.' ; v '
.. resident gave the up of Queretaro. our Republic can only be sustained by the influence -' 'sotrrHERNciRciJiTt; OF';FLORIDA-1 -1 1w ..:.
city ?
from A
t .5 *
of Education and !a :H.8. Marshal's .
Knowledge Sale.- n
jllfmr remained yet more than the 1 1tl411UDb'er1I'kich ; every IN AND FOR 'THB1"'CoUJtTT.. OF 'HlUSXOSOVOEU'NancyParish "
there ,
man in this free and enlightened country ; i. I ;,of A writ of Fieri Facias toued.
ByTirta ,
is required to form A quo"toor : V Il'f fi
; ; sANCKBY: .,
I should have an education; he should know how :Hi "in the United States District.Court'
I to' well to be in order ." r;:._ for.tbe Northern District' ,of Florida' i
govern,as as governed, to : } ; : .t ,whertla'1
forward his proposition James.It.Parish..) Bill .
Otero brought I administer justice and equity to. those around ; o Diyorce.xThavingbeenjnadeta ,. !. 4' Josiah Gates is Plaintiff.and Cornelius;Taylor'
the Ex-
VSeHuican Congress for depriving appear to the satisfaction : Y Defendant bye ,
him and to appreciate the blessings of Civil and L levied'upon aad shall oa
Ljn of the power to alienate any part of the Religious, Liberty. The effect and influence of .of the Court by Affidavit;that the above s' ., "to, .' ,..:-;". the first Monday,November ,!between .

pjtav of the Republic by a treaty of peace. the press makes it the duty of the Jury to im named defendant resides)out.of,the State pf h k. ,')C1.J3..si.j" I. _p .:; the hours often 'A.'m. And ,two p.. m.ottuU I i
was rejected by a large majoriich Florida .and;!beyond.the.:jurisdiction of thisCoupt. .. 'jPLOBIDA.LANDtB.&LE8.
%e imposition press it upon the minds of our citizens, to aid i day;expose at public sale. ia front of the Court: '
V i la deemed a favorable omen. and foster as far as their means will extend a; .; .,) Ti,. of a u .- :.y",, WILL be offered for sale,:At,:.Auction, oa: House in the City of .Jacksonville;',All:thi?
j -
intelligence by this IT is THEREFORE motion of James 7th -of 1848 at the
litneit most important public press, the more important to us on account ,on T.Mag- ;day March 1 right,title and interest, which the said Cornellns .
rr is the reported arrest of Gen.General Worth of.our remoteness from other towns and bee Solicitor .for said complainant, OADEKEIV County Site of;Benton county-,--,East Florida, Taylor had on the 1.0th of Mayr1843 ia aDd
Col. Duncan by that the said.James R. Parish be several tracts.ofLand ,21 ,
Gel pillow and villages. In the absence of a press, our citizensare requested'to Township ,Range. to the following-tracts of-lanoVvir:-. t
jjl The verbal report is that letters writ- compelled to advertise in the Jacksonville appear and answer the.complainants Bill of 18Andin.Township24Range:21.", a. ct** A tract on the .St John's*River' near the r- '
reflecting the comBsderinchief eomplaintjierein within four months On the 14th of March at the Court Houseof t
upon day
IS by these gentlemen other at a remote distance. It or A mouth of said river called thfrPoMtiTratt of. '
or places ,
have fallen into his possession paper, Decree pro eonfetw will be taken Against him. Marion sundry tracts in E i
lend situated in Duval
is incumbent upon the citizens of the country, County,State of Florida;,
DA which heat once arrested them. as well those of Denton Hillsborough Ala- Ann IT is FITATHK& OBPCKED,'That a'copyofthis ,Township 13, Range 20,. and bounded on. .the.Atrti bytheSt' John i .
'Ha,however, may be merely a report as the chua Orange and St. Lucie, to support the institutions Order.duly certified by the Clerk.of .this .13, '! 21,: River,oa.the East byShermaa'aek, i"g ; .
fctttn from Mexico have not yet confirmed it.fttriurt of our own country,-as well as Court, be published in some newspaper printed 14.21 u \ with the meanders of said Creek to KJDg'athence Road <-
pro. ; ,
it may be incorrect, for our gallant mote the diffusion of intelligence and gol."mo- within the' State of Florida., once a week con. 14, 22, along said road,ta lands of Lewis Mat.,
caiin Mexico should f like a band of secutively for.four months. i At Madison Court House, on Thursday, the tair on the lest
rals. We recommend tn the County Commissioners ; hr"thei St John's.rivls *
the dangers and theeaon | GEO. W. MACRAE of 23d March: '
loners after common the improvement of the public streets in Judge thence running with u.p river to:r the place of-
glory they have equally partaken ot Southern Circuit, Fla. Section, Townships. Range E. beginning 'this
this place it would enhance the value of public ; tract conforming to A plat.f>
bodies of have had sev- ; .I Joint W.ROBAKTS Clerk of said Court do TheSE 3 of23 1 .7. '
Ittached; our troops and the County generally would be "_ survey made by Z.CGibbs, oa file.in the fit,
I ri sharp skirmishes with the Guerrillas, who benefitted it. The own hereby certify the above to.be A true copy of lS \V 3iof24, 1, 7.:, Johns'CSreuit CeiUt 'under&,decree;of parti-
by county yet :
j2 continue troublesome, and have beaten in this place the enhanced value of which JDalYlots An Order duly made and Centered; of record in H .N W.3q of2, 1, 4. tionmade1Jy the$JoJma'.uperiQl',Court,iai

to badly, as usuaLthe would than, for i. the Above entitled cause, on the llth{day of cc NE 34 ot26, 1- 7. 1827, and contaiaiEg.about.six hundred acres. t :
Iris that Gen. Patterson's de- more compensate any improvement December A. D 1847.l 'E of. ,1 ,1 8. :
Areo says of the the i Also A tract of hail,known the Forte nlldl
rasa left Jalapa on the 25th ult Before his public streets the or public of the square.A INViTiES "WHuEOFiI haTe hereunto u. ''YJ1 or 'e; .ii', : ,?%: \ bounded on the South' by lands <

iprture he hung, on the 23d, two American dians parsimonious of the County course in on this respect part, is injuriousto guar [M 8. let r' and nCl private At'Jefferson' Couri' HOuse. ,.'on'. ,. ''Monday. ,the' I.I Lewis.ttairga tM Wet 1Jy the be1M1cto ;
killed Mexican boy there 17thMarch: / ,c '
Haulers for having a interests and to the County generally. the Jfortk by, ;the North: fork!of ShermaJi.
our i
tide years old. lie caused to be executed, We further recommend, to the consideration 6f 11th day of December, A.D.T1847: B. T. 'R. .1 Cree,c to v the"mosth thereof :-aad. from ,the{ 1

fencxtday, the two Mexican officers. Garcia the County Commissioners the devising and J. Wi WrROBABTS \i 1 er h. TheE> ofNW.ofl3, 1 S*,, 5E. i., mouth of said Creek to the mouth of aa Inlet of .

ad... (belonging to the 8th and 11th making provision for the payment of Jurors December 2-1 1847. _4m .E'* ofSW 3* bflS, "t T1; /5.U ;.: thesea,_Abomt oe mile South.of the. 8t Jonas', 'w
laments.) who were taken prisoners comm.tn- Wj'ofNE34of14: ; r > Light Hotua and on the Eat by the sea
of them sacrifice their interests at home !
perrilbs, without having been exchanToep..cket and many retire at a distance of many miles to serveas Orange Bluff for .Sals.WJ .. ':.u"' i'W3/.'of tSE. 1Zot14- 1, 5.: to the place of begiaautg.;*and conforming tan;, !
J :
the h irexpenses. | A, FARM consisting of 640 Acres,'situJM S 31, i, s plat of surrey made by Joshua A.Coffee on file -
jurors, not having means to defray cc : ?'
N of 6 2 5.
the St Nassau 1'.3 the Dual Circuit
.atcd'on Mary's River, in C Court nader A decree of:
: / t
ship Stephen Whitney, WAS total.taailJo'clock county, twenty-five' miles by land .above the E> ofNWj ,:of 5, 2- 5. partition the Dural Coo! my Can:Jn'js39, ;
From the best information we have in relationto Tans.--One fonrth' cash the balance in
town of StJVIarjs./There &DCJ" cowed.by the Circuit. ,
m of the lOth 111t, on are dupoathiprenisea Court of the. j
p. the Indians remaining in,Florida, w.. learn 1 : iouae three annual instalments;'with interest"inj:Ad- Ihwa .
"y=peirow\eRYork to Liverpool, under /ne..Crame dweling of.seven County at ,at the May:Tena/1847,-coa- :
that adhere faithfully and strictly to the Or if should inref r.tY611 ?
3tnnUactt> the most perfectly appalling that root;Vith closets ..and other'cohYeniences. 'on.: vance any purchasers turning About one thousand seven hundred And' !
te imagination can possibly coaceive. MisUt- Treaty,and that they are at peace and harmonywith the Northern plan .Also a new kitchen. ; store cash,' five percent..will.be deducted 1.sixteen aae*-each tract being A part of the-
,the citizens which we hope will be encouraged the'credit instfllnt & 4 n "
from n
room hOp & complete Grant made the .
Hock Island r by, Spanish Government to Andrew
iJjdie". light upon of lrelandforthe'Old, near Cape by the citizens generally who may irge Jiayiiib n.built 1t.jne year .Lists of the'particular tracts can be had by ;Bees, 1'the.3rd: 'day of September
<*"t em the souin coos': ,
I'.t. dofKuisaii: she coutiime-1 her course, in- chance meet with them. We regard with since! There Are About 30 acres of land under applying to any-of the Post,Masters in Benton naiyAad confirmed to.his widow and heirs,.out '

s tea-iifl; to make Cork Harbor but in less than high consideration, the eminent qualities of improvement The dwelling is pleasantly located or Marion county, or they,will be furnished if :, the4Adyof! May, 1804-said tracts include;
? ,
3arwro .u hour with a suddenness which Judge McCrac. who presided at this Term of the on the bankof the rhaviDg a fine water applied' for; 'by letter sport pnd, addressed; to the. .Buzzard,the steam sawmill. ,oa the
| '
Court, his urbanity of manner, together with view In front .ofrii 19 THE:STATE REGISTER AT TAw aaAssxr'Pi.a: 'beach and the CIte which th. *" {
&feJ ill huit.an effort to avert her fate, she ;'!are, bearing orange on St Johns ,
his general deportment, tts well as the excel trees besides others youhger JOHN' BEARD, Register of Light'Uunr m1. P
cwbru ide rock called the West alf ( ; ) fromwbich.n ., ,
: on a .
lence of his charge delivered to us at the opening Public Lands of the State of Fiona MYERliPlRT
miles' inside the Cape, and in less than ten crop of 8000 oranges,was taken the present sea > ;' ';, 8, Marshal, __ '
of the Court eminently qualifies him for TallahasseeNor., 13; 47. 3m NOT I9i
Wtttd after striking She dished to atow'!. son. Around ;it'on either side are apple Andpeach Bx s.Uf"nnhr..G..UtlUWtZrLDo ;
I ."
his station. : .rIIV.Q.
high ,".I : .
whelming no less than ninety-two of heracv ,' .
and pa's-.nger. Eighteen only, of cne We present our thanks to Felix Livingston The health of this location is, unsurpassed by "; Notlce'of' Execator's 'Sale.CT7TLL.BE : Stagttatitta Sept.'f7,1S47" }. 1 "Y : ; j'd ,

lairel and ten, succeeded in cl..mbering up Esqr. Solicitor of the Eastern Circuit, for his any in;the.State .Opposite the house is the best ,SOLD At PublicrAnctionytmcterV i: '1f.'B..Tlut'resmati rCoUr"AMoM,1 1 a

ft*face of the rock which forms a wretched uDility and deligence in the execution of the shad fishery on.the river. "In. short, the place ? >Anorderjof, the.Judge; 'of'Probates,of. :\dig the" 'Light:House' ,'!wiH first be offered,for.

**i containing three fishermen's huts. duties of his office.and for his polite attentionto I Affords gentleman i hing',to make this the, County,of Daval. Stoic of Florida,'at Jact' sale,'as above,"'and theremainder'in separata* '

this body during its session. We present our country aj winter or .permanent, residence= A sonville, in said County,and Station' TIzesda'I'. :'tracts;1D'- knewA. "Dt.'.,. day._ sad. ss"the. P,lace. + '
thanks to the officers of the Court generally during rare chance. Terms low.,,,,. \ 4. tli 1st'd i of February,*184. all the i of aal..i "< <' -t. .r.

haul" *j re small pieces of timber, not more than its present session, for their prompt atten- Apply to B. P.CUTTER, Esq.,.at-Wood's Hotel property of. ,the,estate of George Kingsley't ar4consisting 'i.n rbe' Above1 sate is';postpoaed> 'until,the' .
I 6-1'j* :'!eet lonr tion to this body during this term. The Grand Jacksonville, Fla, or to Rev.. A..:H..HAND, of forly'Slavej;male And feaak of first Monday ia Deeemkenextr ;NOT;Z' '

..? e S.ephen Whitney belonzed to Robert Jury request this presentment to be publishedin Woodstock.Mills,Nassau county, Fla. ,' different,Ages,.a lot .:corn;,,foideK'potatoes.1 -Prbceediags'in; this Canoe* havingbeen*. .
% :: line of few York ant Liverjjool packi the Ocala Argus, and the Jacksonville News., .December 11,1847. .r. ... 2m plantation tools,'ut eiisila&ev &c. f Tertesone stayed by the *trt,:t.-w&ot tie above'advertised -" .
She wu about old. measured (Signed) W. J. WELLS, half cash) the;'balance't"eIT8'months,:withpersonal ..property further postponed untiH
wltons eight years valued Foreman.. Sheriffs'' Sale.BY security to be,approved of by the Pro .the first Monday ia' Iarc'-next ;" r'Dec 1T
burthen was together virtue df.a'writ FieriFacias s issued -
hker cargo, at $00,000, on which amount, -. from the"Circuit' Court: of the Eastern bate Judge'of, .DUTal.Oounty.'. ,'"JOHN S. SAMML' : Sheriff's ale: *

II'fll1dersta.nll' an insurance had been effected OELLOW-CIT1ZEXS OF DUVAL COUNTY, Circuit'of the State of Florida,.holden.for"the 'QLlVER ,WOOD, : J I (Sale first Monday JaiciMt: .?

wk aU trcet. she sailedfromthis port on the JU .there appears to be some dissatisfaction atmy county of Alachua and Levy in"said State, directed ::;'' t(Executers 'BY' virtue of tw writs of fieri fades issued

October under the command. :of Capt. resignation of the ,office of Sheriff, and I "to all aid every.the Sheriffs the State Jacksonville,';Dec. '3d, 1847. ,/; *'.j'; I : from the Clerk's oeftf the Circuit Court ,,.

-M F Herald.emounr wish to state my reasons for so doing. It seems of Florida," bearing dote pa the 5th day of June' 1-' The Savannah.Georgian,and CharestonCourier ;:for the.County ,of,DU val,r Eastern .Circuit of

by the returns of the election filed in the Probate A.D/1847. ,. WiUJ>e sold bn ndyhe.th day will copy'once:A week,'till.the day of Florida' ,wherein_ 1 UamlCRoss is Jt1ain tiff

The of Tr?.sary Notes outstind on i office, that Mr. Ledwith, my opponent, of Dec rnextaithinlcgal, hours:of. sale-, sale.and send their bills to this office.113111ab.r.aiLTaz..C.uees.r'sate.. mid'Arthur Burney JJ defendant,3yJmJ .
ails,ins',it is officiill y s.aiedwa, $14,864.539.Pa received a majority of twelve votes over me, in, frottt of, the.Court] t. House,. in'thiei.Towa of up D; and will!expose few sale before:the courtouse

--- --- .... but owing to some informality in the returns 'Newnansville' i the' county,of Alachua in said! door, ,in the .Tovm:
the Judge of Probate in his canvass has thrown State.a' Negro Boy"' ; by.;the names of'Geoige. ,! y the power.invested in.me.by ;IawJ;I shall \ :, .dgy' of; January,*1848.the

$senjers out three precincts, which gives me a majoritythat .aged.abbut an years.kheried.iipbn as the pro; B .expose for Public sale, on' the'first Mon following discnbed.property;to wit;;*NegroJslave .

Per steamer Wm. Gaston, from Savannah, has elected me to the office of Sheriff. It' pcrtyof; the estate of.Francislt.eheadexd; day in February.next, before the Court House + Cateyy:about 40 years of_. ;and'also% .

z 18th- C Moss and lady,W H Griffith and is not, my wish to hold any office against ;the and sold io satisfy'said' iia which" Samuel door,in the town of Tampa,L between":the usual Nem' slave_ Pain A'maq about, ;years of Age.

l&I!.Miss Wood Messrs. 0 L voice of the majority of the people, as I think it EBurritt is Plaintiff/and John J.Sanchez-*" ** *Ad.nunistrato '- hours premises >Le vied upon, AS the:;property of.saiddefen. :
JD1mes Holbrook W.FC : I is contrary the principles of. Republicanism, : r,:l.J theestate.of v.u.'Sa' deed, t_',"jf-The. northjBast'quaitef of.range ((1 S, dant,And"to he sold' to satisfy,said: writ of fieri R

I Oak N Guernsey, Bleach, Boyer. and;the constitution of the United States. What defendant' Property pointed ,qut": by'!,.bhn.J. .. ,, eighteen a ', Township:((34)) c' thirty:four; SCcti118).etahte facial. i '.. .. ).;,3 .

Loud, Kirk, Ryan, and 1 deck; republicanism but theToice of the majority?" .'Sanchez-..-j administrator. ?? oleaid"estate.' ,-, .'' ( ) .,-lying oa the West side of toMan; THOMAS. :sLEPWITH. Sheriff, .

fcj Steamer; Ocamnlgee from Savannah,Dec. I to have the frequently election of ,Mr.expressed Canova myself, which in occurred regard -: wllA18Tu ,.I.THOSc.F N T th747.ELIds'"Sheriff v' :: ii I ate 1)y'u"or Rivef/.boundea'bn:Gamble,south theiorthbyltuidSowntad by lands owned'.byL '. ksonviU, ,. IroxgmberQy 1847 Duval., :T.Coua_.."i tt.,I -

ommG4.ore Conner, lady, -children last And which is&a case similar .to my -tSTbe: above"szleis.m t PO n.ea untdthefirst Co1..R id nd MLedwith eaatby: the MaDiteeRber
i year Collcctor Sale.ON .
!aRr, :lIisiPhisick'Dr. Andes, J Bliss, 'own;:for holding an office against the will of the Monday 1-January: .. 4 ;:Dec 10Collector's '! >west blptb14'1&I1d&o,a Levied upon as Monday tho 8th.day of May next, (1"
fA and taking advantage of a mere Law h.rax" Sale.NiMonday of Wm.B..Craig, to satisfy his tax
Mr.lWrisw. MulluwSteamer ;"sad S'cleck majority, ; the property .: between the usua$ boars of sale 011 that wi
Tact- and should 1 act in the same manner,.it : O then:eighth day of May next, A. es.And All costs And charges Arising thereon:! .i dav W1U:be sold --for' the State And County '

3I1tE would.be against the freeprineplesofRepub. ; *;D; 1848, between ihe/niual Junm ot.le'on JOHN PARKER, Sheriff,; .1 Taxes:.1 so much'of the. following' named jtradi
INTEL, ,Iq E1 CE! licanism and would place me InA Tel'J.lnCOUBistenUpoaition that daywill be sold for the State And Conn And ex-officio TAX Collector. of land, as will pay te'eame'and All necessary"expenses,1 '

I PO Bl' OF JACKSOIiVJIL$.IECEMBER 24. .rHr,' Ledwithtwas one L.-: .ty taxes,so much.f the following named.tract Tamp ;Hiliboro'.lov.2G,?47:' .3ingz, ; viz'282 acres of land r{.

.;." canvassed returns last year with the,Judge ;of land'as;'will'pay the-samte And All necessary ';.' River'known, 'as.the 8t.Joseph's 5' be-. '
.. .ARRIVED. of Probate and thought the Judge was complying 'expenses;vir: -liot No.if Bee. 31;"Township'l, :Sate :; 1 1--gtothe estate Waters acr# ".

D .- .' .. ,<_a. :* 1 ,with the letter of the Law in throwing out bout /Range"_272=,= and-,1.ot'.No..6i 'I Sea 32,' "N Monday' 7th'day of February nextj cf land belonging.P &'Saai;390 acres bIcagiDg *- .
< l ._ Wm. Gaston W C;Illenw the Bar precinct, and granting Mr. Canova's B ftoWDsmp1md'Range j all which is- sup 0 "(((1848)) between the.usual:.hours:of sale to LiadleyTodd,'returned by W.A.Fot<
241ionrs frpm'Savannabl.to Holmes;&Co.: certificate but at,the late election he appears posed;belong to Simeon'Rouse;And lies within on that day,:Will be sold for' the State And wardao.pi 10 0iscresbelongingtiEPWdBon

USdma"Jf"I'Sadler; JrJ4TCnter, T (0 have;altered his opinion tin=the right-of the the Cuntyj of uyaL'' Three?,years',taxes County Tues'sohwchof the,f oUowing named ," ed by John King semi agent'AB<}

'Der It iAdJlra..E B.Nap1u7. .1 : Judge of. Probate in throwing out precincts AS are"daeanthe .Yet' ;.t'r4' #t lw .tract of Land,9 as will pay theme and All necessary 350 acres. belonging to ,Corn 1ius Taylor d'Ail>

Zth-Steamer Ocamulgee,McNelty, Stt it conflicts with his own political. ...<-.i 0 ,THOa_LBDWITH,P' J expenses, vix;;,750 auras of land belonging the Abovp land being within the county y oP J
rriiDs,'Bru wick, SUMarys &o Had.I beeireleeted by the majority should w Er-fi1ci6 TAX Collector D. C. to AntoniopAlvarez acres belonging to t"'s'110S.* >LEDWITH.&Sheriff and e':fiJ

udexr&Bisbeeiteamer, have,considered myself bound in'.honor'to thebes JackaoJR l 'N T; 1m 18473G1141 James A.'Bardin;"500.Acres.belonging ,to lira ...1, ,-,'','.f'_ aU'-'U ._-, v.v.A'"

I 22d.-U SS ?:8t. Matthews,'King; of my humble abilities?serve-my con. 'b--"Shu-8.SaleJ' J Mary Ann DAVXBI 83 Acres belonging to Samn l :"_ Ji k3QA IU.21ovrSth1847';, ; ,' ;

t .t.8ab.ftft". h to Fertuin'dex-4 li. sle, ., stituents. .,'yery.respectfolhr, ;a 1i5 ttf : :. Grimm; 340 acresretameI Daniel a Cardluen4000 .
I a. f CLEARED: I ,,e':1j ,< ", 1.W.", B. ,'G.. SAtnro B8.,, ,. rNpursuaace of the,71st* Section* of eke Act entitled belongingrtoMo6esE.Levy: ; -; txr T- ShertflT'SIde:iY
", ;'t9tb.tWi. ". \. :Canton, ,>""Me}4el ,. .:Fleming's Island December ISthJ 1847.t :i ,i1UAct relating to crland misdemeano and 31'; (Acres returned by Chait 1 i :J.Behoenheist, tas : Yvirtae"of. a writ -of>fifiu"Issued onfcoT.. '
r I" $.pe 2f dbi': t ., 22d.-&tcemer J' I. .. --, .-,- c' r an order,ofJuaflonor George.W.MaicraeL Judgepresid j axr. '. .." aTHOS Iwill
Ocamulgeei 1 McNeltyj ''. __ ,_ "f theft,'of DuTak Florida theCknuitydf'Tuva expose
t. ."MiriihtureS"Jt. ; dft.Estcrn: t. 'vof Florida,da- ..LEDWitH Sheriff to public'ale in front of theCoi tKfttaein'the|

4th Stesmer'5s., )h\the'':#Xi i Sa43w ?. .1e.. -W& .. .. _. <-. Imt ted 25th N" ovember., ," M1.","'wnl b' bfr attsal ipaoutrvuvcrj : h t.; t "w _iEi officioTax Collectors D.0.: ,'; ;Jownipf Jaeksonvilloinsaidfo; ;; y;-on the

r .. THE -Subscnb., $:''would:;moi respectfully ,tfdr i> 'door v*file Court nyWc)9!. 5t1 1QAT ;) : 'first Monday in October. next betsr.tcolhone
ri f t '1-; "tIe first Moa-1 i .i .
J ; this
House"of Nai on
the citizens of :placethat fin\Coantyfll : :Q saloon. .. a.a ertaia'IUI. O".(piB.1e
they havetakearo/ at the Court House din day:ia'fJaanaryciiext-aervicea.Iof Stephen f ,< .1nd &
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< 1eof JA chlbaY l 'JIQ ns 4e < oidS-/or pf ta ,perI9u."biQJ1 1t18 .:e.E .a i '
; JftcksonTiUe, East;, ,f.4 purpose aia.freeNegrpi; ; (' : -i. Ja execntion. the p ef.doa .Loa*
A ;'Persons haYing,.claimsV uosi;'tnejfo- giyingike Gentlemen.And ladies Aft Qpportonicyof take 4o>free frip ,theishotttperiOdtoJ, m'L'f.fHsfcfenmfe t'I":'i/ "ca 'toss 'an ejection fa favor Gould,-
";ate Arenibald Miniatures, of themselves And the fine And>costs of-prosecution,: Lq -" t:lJ'UnQ ; -
T Hogans. late.of Oolum- obtaining (; times& i -rCo .. Co."L-.: ; 'LlDWIt ,.
enty I+'4. .nrei.herebylftnotifiedtotwaean; : friends,' as good asca }, e.hadiiaithe illnitedStates.j'Jdiniatures adjudgecI': ""=W. ,Haamn.inlhcassetofthe ; tmdersijmtdi'AdaiinSff5S ll r.".' '- rig 2'b_1St7_ _. ; ,". 's,.b&enlI,.., ,
L k the name With ;ort this,no. taken single or in groups, s r Ito 't-'itP .nel-" .. .of : t.' .

.il1 be leaded in ,7 i D4.Pt ii1 any weather, mill Qt.JrUho coJ9tIi;< l Aa- caM BiepheaHMTaap aidififi-aslAvo toiun-: Qth'f'J m'.jl"enms\_. '\ the ltd r ta'Neves'lt'next.w J,

to d! oan.indebted stain estate Are lrequestr P 'still 3X14set; .inatEoakets: # pine nway Ibb 1UIteF.,'UritcllAt! the November; smi iWd' : 1 in The abevesnlet:lS: poet: itt l4hin .,\

eimmediite payment.: .,l 1fJ u.1'jZ f ringVbracelets,or caaeA e';public are reectfOU 3 Wl84iof; "9< C.tC6urt. Nasstu lOJ j i -a 'J:j -', ,ntfll"..rs; L.. _e;-:, Dsssesst t tr ,rtoNot5gt
.' ZYLPBAlHOGANBMm'x.; invittd)I'rQ01 iadrexuilii&Bpecfstt : .>L.il-':-i i.tALEXANDES 'S BRA DQCKWi.i iJl ,i'-j-q ". t t. lfitt I Id'fl .. The abqvo'sale, .Ja J Prf4'i1.
\ {.JOSHUArHtItOBBRTS, Adm'iv 'f1'\: eCARLBTON&,TO0[ : ':3r5tf .Sheriff. NAsaa Conill : :';n yiiUn.ua! \ 'A j \
.1 ;; first Mondsj la January uul 2 13 c'10
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ptorCotatibucount, ,. ,ekes:,. :1S4j' iwqw 't't1 sic lJ i'D p/2 '7844..af r"az. tf4.tf j, Petletsbt'1847 SG' rn -l .A1U.a. ,' J Dec.etnber;. 17,1647fll. I .

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The said :Eubanks left this County about the c'9 I : ,4t..t N 1 _.. ..: ,
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Et1dL{: \t ..k.tln.i. ';tWU .!: 4 tJ :pt; mfu1d1dnik14ot1nt ltt1iUm.t5aJUJOOou[ -{. jLEIS ., .3'i it. } fti T ( )t" ,I\ ,; : .
I t ; ;ia bqu\,26.Qr,2SJ 1Y'i' -1er Tei'! tloh f6 1'&t) ) ; saw-*: & & '!Ii!&< JUDSON.Prn;> : PEEsInNPE-: )toth 1'1Jjle'lUoJi t
3t. rattier spanJ,mad e-b ro4 across wOUld 'y Wit1i af 10Dj1bd tireduie/adertis ithtbt'I ., i t ffiglto fflTOimirV B t ') .; .l Ji.j.; ;. .: : o.. t;f.'J (R1 UA3D It \ T .
Pctt1 sbutixeet? int jieight,} 4 jihouldersi t tll t tq.'betore' O\1"U1 :mumon,ot them l' !vntrAifVf. ,
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Ht4: 'looping, :tACe,r und',. omplexionjligh r iecbl families tie-United States,'tidostbf ,W hi lD\leTO: ,+t MM4r 1.,. ,lln pUffiUanCC.> OJU;'iBWri .wwvi vj;C d f1M7.: _.;._1IiII, .. ..'
: ZttI Of* ndy,wd J ll..e rrcomplains 9f* certificates'ore froin'the' ..0 ;' J III HI. I II r r. (, .' '\ ,
,1ji my city;SaYantuthj'"where "t.'i. ; 1 ,- j.4z _
.pO oftheUDited States <
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breast and.Jhas.ft cough.thatiCau GS Jparsenesi ; '' ; I ..... .,1" .:" "t ,
Irc3ide.ond[ mfryowSttewhere : ? '
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dresses genteel, and when in this neighboring the Medicine is used with great end itf* : 4f.1P !i rA ti. t 8 fi f."b1'ae, "felfiia'ifiilfe VIt7sFi.oz1zA '&,, a I
f j .& .lf oft wiCumb lan4,Presbyterian 't tonighingBtic Slt't{'U hUsprovod" elf to basJa- Their .present Stock consists of nearly '.1l.aUO\VD".t" -t; Oh1.' e-.i. l:nu-** bl.'--i J"fiK&,1- .t.ri't- 4 s1JiU.' WX" .1 *[,110.t.!* liLt* !* .'I I i t.i'1' .1 k.Qfi.VJIfIU ,... .' 1., "" ,
Preacherrrhe alaoprofessjBdto.belong periortO'anyotherMedicino Jfor th0care: >cf .L. "* at.the l undcrmentioDed i Land Omceiin :SaABunt. ',. :i 1 In m. WI"v ,
to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account .apejMir; 8.a.d,., racavS ; i.I' ,, vs. < {t.-
,4 Fever and Ague, which it will do in the very: ? ) 'JHl:l. W ) 'T' Ftonifii 'uttheZ periodshereinafter I 1i .'
f4 riven us,'the said Eubanks was narrestedJiear 'short'space'of.Twelve Hours/hag never beeiiknown1 EmbiioinlP' ''Mm: .TH .U.Dd.L1UDt: 'tIf: ueren' atThdt1 ',' *.0'. :1ElijhThmter,f ,Bmlrij a"' ,
V4 i ( v0 Tampa Bay, in East Florida 3forhiLmiscon- to fail .to effect;ftVc rtsuricureVpTheMedicine" patterns;;andcolorings--and; .Ji\Iri8bt : : mcntloncdj-td wlr: 'h bee'made toappearto'
: duct;aadf.aa he-passed,,himself for J.Rober-,- Is*.-harmless-and'iv tasteless-one,: thik 8i."l't"I"*' <* I-*"<_".** !*!.AlT.iOAH :"!?i.;':'*,'J'B* GDO ,.J' '' ..; ;mip'j :ii-os &tsrt: d 'cO I.JL" ,fitctioor of t the. Court.Bidenout .;th.DJaJt .

;e m,-htf'was brought to J Montgomery!'by 'the '*l2ich will mat it the most popuI -!(Medicine1n4heSouthernStates idrJ 'J. ''L'/t1 r ' K: Sheriff fBeutojxCottntyFloriaa: ,. upon. the. .::-The JJedicine..contains -,, r.LAhVt are U4i ,tor sal 'or r '..: n'exjfer: t)1IISpOsa1itthin *.ofthef\ pujbl.'.j Janda' r ;of,the State Florida ttdbo :

I V supposition that, he,was Jesse Roberson, who no mineral pwparatonwHJiteverbut| is :: 8 ryI 1ij} rJ .! \ (t the undermentioned. townships., and.:part. :'Iuni2dIctiOnfkhI .cir OJ1 lQotlca tCJ
was charged with fprgery, and.who broke jail : '! 1 ., .. .. ..".' l.' *-'L:*"*' ." *-1 V--' _**>' *** ***- j 1 "Eaq !'Soli
if.m; l t;' harmlessyegetable'maiteronly; To PUuiters, 1-" J&a. 7-t.; "" ;' -1 "r"""<.", h. ;0 ,W\fnSIUnA. viz. ; t 1ff to tar .. :
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V in Montgomery spring; but, as he proved this Medicine isa'aloable I preparatiori"a3'it; 1,.,, PitEC'S'QR""bA'.CK',....GE'... .0 -..,Ir.", :.Si. ._. irtti'b_ .e lixe 4"tait. -of iti'..principal.l t- p
};'#* i%'. not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set liberty: i cures nll'!ases !nntwelfet hours! and'doeB'Jxbt;!' : New Styles ,are received almost eT1id.Yf; ,, .A ,- meridian.* *,/- ,*.-- ,,1' ,Ii i :' .k1)rderd.That tt ::1 iijij:I '

rJj ; and we have reason to believe he will make his I require any tim'eiwrbelost:: ; Sul thit &t'% '' 4mnyf them ATO g4iipforoiwown:8a1ee: .Fr. .'township twenty, of range. ..hirtySl ;, i' riquireil touppear and,aasner ,

; I way towards East Florida, as his, health is such done is totake: the Medicine. arid I to"go t'Wirk)!' ,anJ.JI'Gt. to;,be.fuz4.,. ad1"D ?Eb _,,th H'* H' 't' '" ., '.
as to induce him to make, Ms way to a more To the Rice MidI in'! 3r.'J = i D1TCre UI, will-be "
0 Planter it Js a valuable : nU riDt.dUstspfpt' {co A.fromda : ; "IOWfl5hij2fifL7IX, (except:section six, .ieT- yn IIC'
::4 +, I Southern circuit. as it does.not coritafn t mercurial or mt erat\ !, .toJ1ay ll'it1i_ vm-r ti]: nlnaret, ..eieieeineteenbIty' ',:.aid:thinty.one,)' iAnd U lf.TthlrOt, ,TlJat. :

% .i. ..SAMUEL- preparation whit +ei'p d is(thereforeie{ ,are placed in the bandsoycj "/ 1i 1 -.arid ntty.- evenV;and, sections.onej'tWflL. three ::Order dulyceztifiedby.the Clerk of '
: THOMAS J. SMITH. Medicine tor th! th'ate 1)le to eXS { t l@ ,,W' Mtho ; J ,: .idea 01 four,i fivetsx 1! ,'seven, eight' ,'rune, ten,eleven f.,.fiftwenty a be-publi.aJitd m omeN: e1rIpaper prInt .
t : : : H. J. HARRELL.t I beg yo1' do not l t'fme'' have'to: tar'yduTso' ) extent and.< $etY19fO\U'; asortien% en. ,t_, ,aeyanteeighteenneteeu" ,""*,twenty' '',' : the I Eastern Circuit #of-Ilorjdaae, .:J

: : .. Cahaba, Ala, Sept, 18, 847. Nov 20Attachment often with advertisemerits, certificates/: t1 .we;3Uitc.that:tTieyaluejof pur.jaaual st ckof. i, zz" w. nty.twia township fifty- consecutively four months. i'R !

'i* : : f has already proved'itself'to be What I say-it Is,1; .thi8QNE.l1RtIci.E, las $4twL.cOiLc yli' pf" eight otPflnCl'e thirty-eight,,,,, 1T; ? '.n r '9 -* < :. ,..* .TEOD0UGLA.a

; ,_, In.Circuit Court, '. and the"great.est Qt. )_eve t1 body:fisrjec6taf)' : entireso k t:417'g usually kept by ; ft' -fir',fi7S2X,'r;(except. non.md'lit :CUrkt Ojice. ar itjos ',bl s
EASTERN CIRCUIT XF FLORIDA., mending: it to be,the,only:certain and speedy u.r.l3rgestd1'holesaJ ij9hb 8.iaThw 'fact J to- ) ; !en'ei, ( !p //sections tw Dt.1 -..- : I
4 !i .; COLUMBIA COUNTT'TO WIT: cure for the Fever.and,Ague., ,All;you.have to: get1er."itJ1\ t. hat our'means aria our nye, werity- ix, :'twentV-seyen, '.iwentyVirigh; .L BOAXBO&OCGH; Clerk otif

tr I 4f / December Term, 1847. dais to ask your neighbor what, he'thinks attention, instead of being divided among vast twenty' hine,T,' .thirty, thirtyrone 'thirty wo,' do hereby certify the above to be: aof .."

Isaac P. Hardee.:and:.Robert ]l Humphreys Remedy for/Fever, laid Ague and varietyof articles, t e demoted wholly to ONE, thirty-three,"thirtyrfourrthirty-fiviBiand,thirty an Order duly made and entered'of i

.t & '. H. Hanlee,merchants and partners 1 : of course to be convinced,you-will try it, at. will render the advantages whici'wecan; offer sixof.range.thirtymne.) r .-t'It_- 14f*--> J -in the above, entitled cause. ,.on.die_..
: trading underthenamesun sworn to, least I hope'sa Here is toy offer to any Planter to dealers'perfectly 'pbvioui.j, dt|| shall be ttons one,two,three t.four,five sixj t eliet October Al:DJ '. .. '. .

r'i'r. tyle and firm of L P. & R. H.Hardee. 2151 06 of South Carolina whowill either call on Dock our are. hn.t.none who."'.U'I .eStib1iaJunp.nt.nt thirteen, tw iitJ'CourJ'an t twey.tiye, lIt"n. t.-. 1Ii', lnraa",W Ft.1,1." w
,1: ; I Bond Jled for P. M. Cohen of Charleston, S. C, or myself, in Shall m ttttianj''disapp. D etit.u I j J."* sM&fifty-five,.and fractional township fifey-sixl' to set my hand,and caused \h'-.t '

0p*: i : : ; VS.Nickabud $308 12 ( the city of Savannahs either of us will give 'O r assortriient i is complete at'all/seasons of (except sections two, three)fourrfive, arid jixj, [.:5.] iid Court to behemmtoD1

I, Raulerson. :i enough for twelve'casesj jaud if it.does not cure he year. ".' .HUDSON'if'tiEE.1. "Biscayne' Bay,"ofrange fortyf. /.i' ,'"t[ 25th. day of October A-J -1847. ._

*f Defendant and all others interested'are' ten out the\welvee wjll.rjefund the amount P. S.-B. F. LEE. formerly of the -firm ofLord Fractional. .. .township! fin -fiy"e"):.oii"BiSca1 S.SCARBOROUjiOct.29 Cte t.

I* .V. THE notified of the commencement .of. paid for It. You are" to'':flcethe.jtf' ; edicine taken & Lees/arid'late senior partner of the original ; Bay," of range forty-one. ., _/....rAt ,.* : ,' 't ,4m ,

I ) '1 : the above entitled,suit by attachment returnable as. I have directed 'J'1;k V. f firm ot.L&Btewterfroma; which connection ;ithe. Land.. Offi e. at NEWNANSVILLE. i 'A dminisl rater's Noj-'I

', p;;. to the December Term of said Court towit Owing to heavyrains; ,during the past he'with'drew some timb ago.hafl.resum! commencing pn Monday, the twenty-first'day of. SIX MONTHS. after date I"sall t
0 .4: the. hird Monday in ,December next and.are summer, and which stiU'continue, all the low ed busiriea-In'connection: 'withrjMcs8re.'Lee & F!Februaryjnext the disposal.tof the":public: ti nfarthe to :the TTonorabI Jndw of -!

t : required to appear.and plead to the declaration lands are under water,,.which'will' cause a great* Judsori,.arid:assures this-friends.ihAt'the'new'' 1'P d within hhid nt o 4,toirnZIIIp and County Afachua }for a tiallftl'"li1&
J to law deal of this disease on the.Rice Plantations f fit shall have in of '
I t L therein/filed according : concern., the same pre-eminence parts : of my L htiand vouchers' as'Admt.Iuf.;
: W. M.1VE3, Plaintiff's Attorney. will be to your advantage 'to procure certain. this branch of tradeTwhich; .Ibrmerly"'distiri &' 'h.,of the base landofth&viii4aZi of the estate J08hua: l1eij late fiig .
b; I a : Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1847. 4m and speedy'remedy;you can do so by applyingto guished the .other two' houses towhieh he be. ? meridian. :' !V0-iVV-7-: ?,. 'deceasecl:* : : '} .
vi%. either of' my' Agents or myself Ask'TorHUMPHREYS' longed. .. rl :?June,25;f 1847_ ;;'_ ly Townships twenty-one' .anil twenty-two : "JOSKSEKNdAuigiist20th !Adik
FEVER AND nineteen. ,
NOTICE. range : -I,4"- 1847.. g> >
? ,l : 'PersonS directly or indirectly interested AGUE; r AL AiA&I : 'JQ: ra: :: Townships twenty-one; (except.sectipns'brie, J -- :- .-,
,: ALL: hereby notified by the undersigned, The Medicine is I for gale by'the following twelve, thirteen fourteen twenty-three" twen-. NOTICE.. / '
: I ke that Xnforniity with'an Act of the Legislature named gentlemen, who are the only:agents for THE*Subscriber Informs ,her friends ty.four, and twenty-five,) arid' twerity4w6 pf SIX WEEKS after' date, jhe.Ind )'
4 r4: of.Florida;entitled ,"An Act provide for the sale of the GREAT SOUTUEEN REMEDY,whereit .ElL and:'patrons thai'she'has"opened the*1! range twenty _J. *|" .'nUapplytoUleHoD.Judg.ot ttr

I 4, ;:;- the re-establishment ftho Records ofthe County will be found either at wholesale or retail boTetabliahmenth.. .T r!view;to' their Townships twenty-two 'and.twenty' three,.,of the county of Benton,for Letter,of MaiS&t

1 Columbia, and for otherpurposes".approved Country merchants'will make a handsome profit comfort. 'Daring the last Summer'she has, had range.twemty-one. tion on the estate of G,,S. Rinti,Uta 9? f*W

: r January 6th, 1847, she has filed in the byselling this medicine. liberal discount her house thoroughly&ceiled''fthd :ext'fireplace .'l'ownships.'twenty..two; and twenty-three, of ocunty Georgia deceased : J :
ti Clerk's .Office of the District Court' for said made to Planters,.&
1 : County, a paper writing, purporting' to boa W.HUMPHREYS, Jr.. good and comfortable accommodations warranting At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, commencing Fort Dade,Fla., Oct.29 1847. ,.|7. ,
'. :: copy of a schedule of her property owned and Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, to give satisfaction n to all who patronisener.Conveyances ':on Monday, ,the'seventh day of Feb Notice, : ''

.L'1d bId at the time of her marriage with John W. Medicines Chemicals, Perfumery,&c, .into' the country:'can.be obtained ruary next,for the disposal of the public lands IS-her b1 given, that nndenigaei Us la.'

1 a1:4: U : Powers, and filed in accordance with a Law of : SAVANNAH, GA. here '. Mri S. A.. WIGHTMAN.Palalka within the undermentioned townships and parts' ken letters Testamentary on tU-ilWttl'

I'r the Legislative Council of Florida, approved Dec. 10, 1847, I' 3t, t' _; of townships,:viz:. Laborom Burnett,deceased late of HUb&nHfei\

: $ ? March: 6th, 1845, entitled "An Act to secure THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. IPa .,AneJ. ti j u.. : &i h.Dj"t:. the. base.line and 'feSt'-r.t1 principal county and'State of,Florida; All-perinfJ .
t certain rights to women." A VOICE FROM meridian.Fractional debted to the said estate are requested U lW
''f SOUTH, CAROLINA. who are indebted i in a to the
I;And also a paper writing purporting baa .OOUTHERNERS The following is.CroJ'my ALL 'firm 't BELLOWS:.manner&SANTO will township two,northeast ForbWs immediate payment; and'all those iaris dIl81

a .: iM j ; copy*f the last will and.testament of Henry V. .O Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Fur, of Giah in- please: make/immediate payment; of theIr accounts grant, orange one. against the same, ale notified; to 1 r p i* H.IS- Ellis, late of said county. The original having cub;S. C.Mr. toM 'lhomuBBeUowS who is alone Fractional township one northeast of ForbeaVgrant .. duly authenticatefl for settlemeat IlttdJip;

; I ? 1 : been destroyed by fire on the first day of November William Humphreys, Jr.. authoiized to! settle the business of the old firm. of rangetwo.Fractional .1 tate is supposed. to be solvent? t .44- -

i a 1846, the introduction said copies Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E.C. If instant attention is not to"this'notice ,,sections three, four, nine, ten, MARY BURNETT, Eiwafe,

; > I made for the purpose of perpetuating the. objects -;; :iVatts, in favor of your.. Remedy r Fever and it will be yieicessaryi to fplacg! given these/ c j1J1t8 in, fourteen,arid fifteen in a former Indian reserve,'I 5--Tampa--_ .Oct..'_29 1847.8Yr ;T :\ .

; /t of the original' Ague; he is a. man of integrity, and.his testimony the hands of.the proper-authorities' collect arid 8 ectionstwenty.seven, twenty-eight ,thirty- NOTICE. .. 4.
P HARRIET POWERS, two and thirty-three in township one township

t ;
% I ; .is consequently undoubted./ tion.; 7 THOMAS KBELLOWS.tJacksonville "
; .. MONTHS after date I shall phmt m:
I :' 4 By GEO. E. MCCt. utAgent 'Yours '! '. ** two,west of Forbes's grant'Md'township' SIX ,

Ktt 4t?I -i Little River,Fla, Oct., 1847.' _' 3m _. respectfully THOS.. \ -J.,&. FARR.GrahamTillc ... -.-,- .. ?.Nof12th.,&iS47. 'Hi}' !; -.-." 0 4t 3. three "est.ot" the Apalachicola river, of range. :estate accounts of WmVF.and Murrhee.vouchers late as Jfaata Executrix of tin

: S. C; Sept 18th 1&17.: Levy <;biintr ;Shcrifrs Sale. eight. watf
Fractional three the south. deceased to che'Hon. Judge' townships
COURT (except
} .
tj? "Sale flst"Mo'iu 'FiIITwrg'fttrt 1848.
Mr. W. Jr
? Humphreys, county, for a final settlement of laid,!
fraction of section and
west fractional
Columbia ; thirty-one) -
)t County, .> Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used t1TILLko1d, : :O i the"first Monday in Feb.vy four west of Lake shall at the saJ 1e'time apply for LeUen of Dis,
? : L!; : "Oct.29,1847.; ) Fever and : ijaary'next,1 between the bourof 1'0 ti' township 'Chippola ,
your Ague Remedy..with success.II. mission as such Executrix which aD'JlfJ-1
fractional sections sir and ,
l TVTpTICE Is hereby given to all persons;navJ.1 2 o'clock at th(.hOu3e'of Enoch JDamel'gL the toll (except ,seven thirty-
: supply: of it from Mr. T.J. S. Farr ons interested in said dtriitdU
estate are :
that cost bills : one) of nine.
range .
in this
.S ing Court 'it
; win nd 360 Acres' third 'rate '
your Agent of this place, and administered it take notice. MARY 3IURRH2Z '
11a in each case will hereafter be made out. presented to land 'jor BO much of said land!as'will satisfy i the' Fractional sections twenty-two, twentythreeand ,
; m) daughter, according to directions and I. October 29th 1847. Eiecotrh.
at tho close'of each Session raX'S twenty-four, on the main land,in township ,
+ ? for settlement, am happy to state',that the,disease left her in due n< $' of said Court.'. Plaintiffs would do well. to 'at- the eluding all'costs And '' h 'rps. '&id.lands-are two of range t.wentysu.Ftactiona.1 .
: 4 course of thirty-sir hours, and her present HOLMES & CO.flVrKSSHS
: '
thirty-one, thirty-two .
J fain t.t n tend to this notice. state of health indicates:a certain cure. situated near' Cby Landing'bnthe. S wariee ,
I 1:.. Oct29. S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. &c River 'arid'Owned .' Herronf1'! : thirty-three and thirty-six, on the main land : HOLMES & C0"> %e mn 4LfjL ,
Yours E. C. WATTS. ,. '
'8.0 14th '. "- '" ROBERT'WATERSTON township one BUrl fractional sections eight, I heir i, stork '>f Merrhnmliw In, .:lw!
1847.xx .
's : TYPE FOUNDRY Grahamville -Sept. t. ''*' v"fw Sheriff/EC.! C. nine twelve, 'seventeen, twenty-four, twenty- uaikii.g ImmPrIy nciipied! by Iha', 11d! I
a five, twenty-six, twenty-seven and twenty-nine, known a* llir Gitv *rnn> nt Bitdin 1'JItoi*"..
12th .
1847. ;
7 f.:4: : ; : 39 Gold, corner of Arm street,:N. Yprk.T. AGENTS.P.LCobenCqCharleston., -I," _, If $, ,.--r-- .'; .. on the main land, in township two, of. range inlji-rf l n tlipir 1\1..k. by thrmi! rrinl.'(r! .
s. C. T.;J.:s..Pari 'Gtahthvilfe .
( subscriber is prepared to furnish hand- ; CrV.;: ., twenty-seven. fpw Yurko full H"bnt"nr'.r DryGndGrHard
; Levy ConatyStnift'k siIeSale .' B R* :,
.tTypeaxid Printer'si. Materials/of all ***w* V**, +Jwyinji i>a aa*. 4**. l\l t lili &'Co.* ,
.: ( 'first'Monday WTebrvary next 1848.WILLbe to" Fractional township three, on the main land, "rprie wan v I'flbi.i.fI., &r. &e.., .
kinds short notice and reasonable terms. Jacksonville\ Ga; Shotwell.& Gilbert, Macon ;;
at ,
.' sold'on'tKe (first Monday vin'Feb-- ([except sections one: three six, seven sixteen il." 'rp t'rpi"ut iI tts.fl. air rt'iliwlprkr.. ,
.Ga.Dor8oy& KnottOriffi GaJ P.A.Mois
<*A Proprietors of newspapers,.who.have not advertised ; Ga. ; neitbet\, ,eI &hours of 10 & and twenty- even) of range thirty-one. ; lb.7 "TP irnw p..aird TI, ;.ur;h'ifi'c99fliilp t
Winter.&. Columbus. .5
:4& ; for the subscriber, who may publish LaGrangc, ; Eppirig, 2 o'clock at. the house.of; En ch the South of the base line and east of the principal ; nnif ,thi-r produce f.f tin cwmlrj$! '-kf,
Ga. W Root Marietta Ga T. Patrick Salem Daniel's
will be entitled tot .
this nptice.for three months, ; ; ,, ; "'
; :1 meridian. )1iighuMarlet and nmki cash rtnattt
LOt of nurn
Land 151 acres .
following of first'rate
receive in type; on purchasing five_times :Tenn.; .Vfc K. Kitchen. Augusta, Ga.; J. A., : ah! 1)4(1iarlptsin
p Fractional .
: pay and Or'so much of said land will the townships eight and nine west of C'nn"l n.np.I" to tli -ir" ( .rds in 'S nn
as satisfy
Houston Ga. Solomon Goodall
: 44 : the. amount of their bill for advertising., county, ; of the Suwannee river oi fourteen or New York.Th ;
: : Atlanta.Ga.ilinmarr Jacksonboro Tax due on the sairie, for the year'1847 includ* range :
; ; Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cts : >Y. R., ing all costs and charges. Said lands situated ,North of the base line and acst of the principalmuiditm. y have a new nrtirlt tl Wrnojtfct JWPlnn
Anderson Daltori Ga. E. A. Burch Hawkins- are ;
: ; ,
ptr.1b. ; |in-i" which tie* wo.l.I'rt, laJl1
I a the is ;vIne Ga. Samuel Palmer Darien Gal Cole on the Gulrtn the"mouth of the\Wacas- : .
with ;.
iiSThe Type which "NEWS" ; : ; Sections twelve thirteen fourteen 'the. atiPiitifin'nf I'liinioni.
sassa River aridowned C. Loud. twenty, .4
this establishment.ROBERT'TAYLOR.. ,Prescott &;Co, Black Creek Florida Lightfoot byJohn"W.; .
cast at ;
% '
prinmJi"US I' ROBERT WATERSTON wentyrone, twentyrtwo,.twenty:. hroc,!wenty-f, JR..kll"n ifl PCnv, 6. if 'f'
.& Flanders,Macon;,P.Martin,Savannah; Cunningham ; _
November 12th, 1847. 3m. & Co., Dalton,Ga.; J.II.&W. S. Ellis, Sheriff,L. C. tour, twenty-five, twenty., twenty-seven, CARD.
Macon; M. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga.; Wm. Nov. 12th, 1847.SlicrifPs. iwenty-eight twenty-nine thirty; thirty-two -

IE Administrator's Notice* a" ,Hodges Florida Sandersville J1. A. Poullen; It Jackionyjlfe T. Floyd'Micanopy; : 'Sale.BY ; : -_ six thirty.three, in township thirty-tour one of,range thirty-five nve. and thirty. ,RivERS & KOYALL '

; 1 Iki ,t : -.-- TO ALL Creditors, Legatees,'and'persons en; R. S. Baily; I4ure sville,c; s; C. Florida; .' virtue ot an '.execution' issued from the Tpwnshipone,an§ions twenty-five,twcn- DENTAL SURGEp
iiM ij b titled to distribution in the Estate of Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit.:of iy-six,twenty-seven twenty.eight)thirty-three, Juliea
For sale wholesale and retail East .M
OSes North of St
1Lw f1I Seymour Pickittj deceased, 'N tice is Hereby by Florida, in and for the'counties Alachua, and thirty-four,thirty-five and thirty-six,and town 9 corner
;4 : : : -c Given.. That administration 'on the estate of A. POULLEN, Levy,luid State;directed to'all'and' singular, ship two of range six. '. !and Market' Square, Jih' :

said decedent was granted 'on the '23d day of A liberal. discount Agent the for Jacksonville.; .'-. *,:* 1 the Sheriffs! of 'said St t -"h Jn'Moses Ji Levy North ci the base Jine and'nest of the principal ,, I _% .SAVANNAH. ,.oxo'iaw' *,.'
? A .
.by :
ug.; ly _
January, 1847by'the'Jnd of Probates for the ; is plaintdf'and JohnJ. Sanchez Administrator meridian. -
; October,8th 1847.
- County of Duval,State Florida,and that their '...: ,,. : of the:estat of Francis R.Sanchez-, 'de- Fractional township one north of Forbes ?PRW.Rp 'i'IA P J .
.. claims;and demands will'be barred at the'end feridarit, I.have levied on, arid will expose":for, .Grant'?of rangesix. -,,1. '
?'t: -. ;-:- of two'years from the day of granting said Letters FLORIDA, HOUSE, sale on'the first Monday in'.January next,1;being ,Fractional township one north of uForbes'- I:ATTOENEYS' ;AXD. ;COUNSELLORS ) 2J.La
POB SALE ,OR RUNT. the third A. D.r1848.. I' iqw WiIliacjiipin i -I l" i t" J C4t1'rt :
I Administration,unless filed and made to day January: : at .the1 0ant, ofrange seven. .
appear within that time. Of which all persons THE z'signedffersdntheniost' Court House in the town of NewnarisTille,in the Sections':.one, two-eleven, twelve.thirteen,: l!"iuI F.crmr.1n1JH..Ea.t"Cirrult I f'J1InP. .:;, .

concerned.will.take notice. 'M' liberal known'terms establishment to sell or rent this.welt' county Alachua ,'iin; said State,,betweeri:thiUSULLI :fourteen,. fifteen, twenty-two,: twenty-three.I: \ IL\t'U'D.iSr.A..tine_
JAMES A. PICKITT, 1 ',furniture jnCl hours of sale'on that"day V a certain'negro I t1l'tnt1 four,-'twenty-five,!twenty-six! Jtwenty .1 LoUiIpuI,5NPwnnivil1r.! 5I >

t Adm'r.jof S.Pickitt,.deceased. ; Patatk,1t: COLE,"at"' man' named" BEN, aged"'abont' 30 years. Pyo- seven'and :the south-east/fraction ofisectionitwentyeight I i :-s a YJf"1 .l4J.1i'
? Jacksonville_ November 12th, 1847. 8w : COLE. ; perty pointed.out, by -. J6hri''J.Sanchex, in the former Indian Reserve-tbo .ATTONEZ-.IDcq1IJ1Z4.OR.AT. VS

fj -- .' "--: .. .< .', ,- .I.: i T.SCAugustine' August 20, 1847. tf Admirii tJatOr'S'1.f6ie8u.ift to'Sisf' saideie- :east fraction of section thirty4hree in the game, : L i'S liV :

i" .- >. .- St- itc of/ ,Florida.DUVAL : : INtiIB(1I1 ;COURT.: cutiori, arid interest arid'costs lhereonjjr! t., d and sections thirty-four thirty.fivd and thirty.' \ i.i L. t.nd'i an ,business entrezauit W bia..
'i it EASTERN. CIRCUIT'FLORIDA; In AMD .FOR: 'H ,if WM: GlBBON8tSh, :sixain townahip//Mie.; sectigna twelve,thjrteen,; i iD"tfllt E.ttra CiresUlJF'orida'm.
I COUNTY in'teCrnni
: cb WIT: r- ;
::: sCoLUMBU, 'Co KTY'. t."j' dA1achuacodntyE.F.NCwnansviUeRov \ S twenty 4hreetwonty-.fourtweixty TiijT twenty. ; ..0..1., 4 ".-
;- : :::1.all to, whom" these Presents fhall .come, Abel :'Cowart,
4 ;:. ktduur-. ,, '. ,. '".1'IrHERE4S vs.5 f \: __ ; :. -I. :,: :: ;', ., .:, .." ,i and I sections one ;two,I five, tent eleven and I:: gT.Q4PS

Isaiah D.:Hart has applied top Elizabeth Cowart, .:'\ Bill for Divorce lIT .f,- ''filll .;:.NO'1'JVS-.dr.u .' T'i twelve ,in township three, of range eig ht.h. ie :1"1..I lEg-iAt: ; 5. .
a J11! VLh this : of all and singular he goods, ,chattels,and faction jf the Court by,Affidavitithat the : .Olivilla.btQ of;;Hillsborpugh ,hip six. and range twelve.. tir '1:(! (, io : ; lG.mz i .
i \
i 1 l1:'' credits,.which werejof Jacob.ury aniateotsaId above named Defendant resides out of the;State couhty deceased. ,,wjU presentthem.tp; ;( hpeb- Fractional township three,west of tK2ioctairhatchy ( : Willpraetica i! tn Jrlw'CrarU. .ofGimuD lbs E51 l
Florida and,. the Bcriber-within; the.t plcdJy, JJ ortbey 'river"ofrango sixteen.r i.A "s' : .Mah13 .6ft ..
county,, deceased f l'and J\intestate:?.tThese.-jar: beyond: jurisdiction 'this { J : ,
; therefore to d".and admonish lll;and.singular Court, A ..': vi ill r. i i /, .ii 4,1ti; ito will b.barredl WI.. I19.t pdobte4 totlieaai4 siSectioas-t enty.four,twenW-five,twenty ixthirtyfiveiand ; JUS.l s'C.: ,: L1'iT: : ''fi
;& the) nextof. ,kip creditor i "i and other persons.in 4 It is .theref6rei, on motion of iWashlngtonM. Eat'&twi11 ..3J1ie"ttol10'rt :.! in : thirty.ox,:in-township. .thred of -.. ; .111 .-.- t., ,: -!
fl4. JnterestCtb'6hQwj: ,* belbr ,meonor; before I\esE&f1;: Solicitor: CQraaidt Camp1amai OJk WILLIAM.A8lJ1yt d 11JJ\.t.ratOr\ ,' i range seventeen: ,,:;.> :dc liTovrnship ; iJl A7TORNEf- lAND :totmSZt.LOKJ' iX.MW

: ?.f ihe tjweijly-nrit ((21ptd); of'January,next et nsuina'ifThy ,1he'Said'Elbabethi.Uo1arl\bet.re T ampajNVhRt.J'1847, ,.ri 8w" :.fInJt : r:_ ,three, of range thirtjv- lJ:.J ,at! .. Arid C inmi i.* -r, ot,DaWdS 01. a.-"
t .aaid
4 ; liQtheririfQ) Lettersf-ot Administration as Bill of ;CamplainV>rein filed.within 4oucmonths JOSEPH 4rtHA .,'FiTCIttES: military'or.other purposes,'I will.:bo tx<* I S t tS JACU. It.ft'fJ.iVt
3 aforesaid will issue fromtMsJCourttQ; said;Isaiah or&Wecree pro eon/aso. .wlUibe taken VINQ;csta iHiaeiliiSself i -; duded.1'Cmthe ales-'iic ":: -td ;n *" .- > ,'.<.n... --t.. OTUL,'" -. > -4r, .- "
9 The offering of the landsi will be commenced,i tit. : .,; rl" .
gai.11&ther. J
v L'l. -
t'foJJ..t ( f 1f as GENBRAl .VOMJSI9WMEHtIL&NT, Js", r.--' l'n
? ,, D.lIart.V11" 5f'JD1bM10; Q.j!Seal ot Court v Aad it farther:O ered'rIW.a copy.of thw lftt! 1 rtA'/llT Dlt iJi 8$t eh _wt his tho'ldays ;appointed arid proceed in the same SIX..tO'NTI .ndr Ihlfr... ., a1"'J 1.L I. .

t: : [t&]:this fifteenth day ofDecember-kD.1S, orderduly.certified'.by'the.Clerk of,thia Court, 'th"'d" 'ibh'U t. 11 ",.I t.n: JL order. hiCh thqra are!aUvertisedj/with'all (. ut..01'.1" 'I.' ..r U '"fa""O "._.,. _I'_t''.l'' ,I
IjQ.pubUsmjdi: : t .'tL"1d 1t. ''. 1t''t' At ) .m1n: convenient despatch,until the whole shall have CftUDI' raDle. ;_
& i i ". at-Jacksonvilli.CountylaforeMid G'1WlLLIAN. i sonienewspabee printed JrtWQ'the N'6vethbe.bJ1 }: / 1\ "
Eastern Circuit ot i$ t. ,\ : 1"t''f..J.tr t.t,,. ..f.... ..,. becnofferedazdithe bus closed.. .But no .dishrge! aA4miaraur4ioalsEMt .
; -4 I w" C'J. .nd ;I&V.. 0rm.nJdeCjV-
It" Judge of ProbaitevCountyofJJav: secuiyelyforTourutbnthe.i OUT. .) ,( Qa 1 ;' 'SlH t'tEL{ i t ":.ith sale 8haUbeep| )outreP t .t1O...'netra
: '
': Jf.t .... 'ili.jtj.. 'l._ 1':1'Ano > ; "".&_(. IlWMo9viGcoun'y.! ."d -
)447tMi r HO.DQUGLAS! Judge. < U ndi. -Hr.l .1' &j414t11 and 4o private'entry ofb.nybt a4dzkm .45 JAM ."
bovo"Citat1Ok' e publIhe4 nDC.f : : '
4tHJet the :
&, ri.Ayp.LCJ 8J.It 1. I admitted until! after the expiration'of the$f 6
: 'a&tiCojj -1 : ,
i forkIrweekinsomeI 1"l Wk pHnte CZerkirofe@! t une.11.' 1847 AtlminitraioidlMq
week ,
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I 1 4 ifithii, oUl tyCifanyifmnot'lin\:; :8omes. I .4Columbia.County4 *WiLiJpracticeiintfie; aereraVuConrta,tOf: ei 'GIVEN under m y hand'at the:City'of,Wish'ef f --- - I
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: .Iq' : j '. 1 ;' I .t7" .'c borjqcopy ofn tGhIic wilbineit.j tiatjon; f thousand. J.ni .t1S3r. hn'..L.. '.. "
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