The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: September 23, 1848
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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non-commissioned officM-s atti'' l CS: proceedings .the great Vauxhall meeting -, andlorHgbl* anb believinHhltf : ich tnay :iventua.ily f iwo1vctipe I, > i
Captains Bush, Pricey imd.Sun Z''cprq1 -; 'of.the seventh inst., show* a"statte,J rae whfjr 'pnncplesc&nolone;; J tl secure li?* 0.1 I :-nation.l',, and" ih1ih w 1)l J rneifnic.\WrZGGrt. <-* ".' *: 1 n.t

iesFJorida Mouutt'd hLYC ilittfo t eM eJn hey : ojC excitement. in"the majqri|) of. "jKe,', to our c,& it; us; and to.those;which! ;! ,;w' orrd,-"!iri', ar.P" "Knu.. 1Uerea 1'i"t ....1t.k iCs.t'uy1Yer3F I JeelLZ34aketi1rorn.Uijonicle ; ..tne Cijc i. '4j'\li
,183-9, who n !yet igiilFapcr .th s- 'a.Tayor andjlj.. .
Whig volers.of New Ykcty. against come after ttts,;lhose**privilegeswhicialone .ld ,
relating their SjiiiAe hinds, go4 ili.i ;) ii p r i: -; n UP, ; J1
General Taylor which is elevate a' o -. .f' .. 4 .
\f'tbeuftd :, .fnr, requested to: do'so witbont whollyswith. republic'wc-have caltnly larJ y thedut'ofver 'selected ." & .- ".t
4fIi. The papers to be signed are left with, o.at'' a' parallel 'the political history .tfottry. "and,' finally,pledged,''ourselves: .''J t h-: :and'repreSentatiVe' .of-the agent discounlennnce :' I iI l1tnitii. .in Iti''j mVo' '.fi i! 1

Vul.Ton" at the Post Oflice. or may be signed, .jth'e The i New York"papers; ,bide by this: preference, through pood eli efTorts1 i&people create,jcite-;to, ..party ssues:wfretrown asi ., Tke 1
t InI)1Jice. Agent( D.uval ORyr'YA"L'E compaziic..knvilleMrcl say,. mat; it .exceeded even the excite-i! _anti through :eyil report41bfttlng.'Our-:; ,ment,' di8Satislacttontanrdadnrisi6ri i a-1:: ProtectivePolicy, I nternal \t. 1'' 4

j, 1S48., tf :ment of the great assemblages of our: selves* ,' upon,the-old, true and1' reliable1 :mong the''peoplerof tjie 4viiirea"fiuchltimeand Sta,,ef,1; men t /'Opposition to:t 'tWaff"'the f'
*- adopted Irish' citizens' in;that.metropo. ;whig'plattonn r*> declaring oui'ttri* ru.I : : urufrr IU-a"clf ConquestDf-FBretga-Terriiories, were i .

UP YOUR. ,NOTICE.PV "CLOCK".. NOTES to my 1!lis','convened for'the purpose of testify : ,ble, belief; .,... 4In1< ; '.the', policy I jiml" tf'-u jivisdornlwhich < ; ..stancesAdd.wbereLs mutiny ancl mur'-urnt -! questiOns'in the,: ncc ssofivhicb eTWv\ :. .1

(iitEuoRY YAL-R, nt Jacksonville, .ing their sympathies with the oppressed commend our own,home:indus'I d -1-awjathesaid"8enes-'-, i true \ big '*)deeply jnterieafed,,aid .1( i
<:ir nits will be instituted itnorcdiatcty. of their. natite .land,.and their ha-'. try and labor- for harbor:nnd&
HORACE HOLCOMB' tred towards the iron heel of ,British improvements-for 'the"t'executive'administraticKicc .inD'o to,.nil. .,ann. .<> e\F...Jnur'.., npAi.i.. ..I, .. : tie. CaSS oPPoses. lll these n1ntiW.-- :, 1mg q..t.
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Aug.I!,_1SJ8. which them down in with : ; j .u\t measures nrfdns y'bid-'k;
-. ----. tyranny: tramples the'wish inanity, the. tendency'of:'all 'which res is ;
NOTICE. the dust.:. ,It is hnpossible.for! : us, with es 'of, and not dictating to, the people quires.fromthis House 'an immediate thetkio\ WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the limited of Gen. .Taylor has repeatedly deeknd ti
SIX our space, to give our .a retrenching expenditures of government and, unequivocal.expression:its I
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Honorable County, for Letters Judge of Administration full account of the proceedings of the -for.:peace-against'territorial .ments: Thereforeu .. himself t$ Jb.e bpposed. !CLW bat ;
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tin lII the estate Joseph S. Gill, deceased, late of, meeting. Their spirit, however may aggrandizement by conquest-for. tool ::'ResolvedsThatj; this house drssenfs when or redky, his, Gorernmeat tosh"vMesuW 'ii ti{

wid county. DANIEL. CHAVERS. be gathered from ,the' following para I I l speedy payment. of the national dgbt, from and 'emphatically, condemns' the ; *. wJ'yuWtrue .p :
Alligator, August 12, 18.tS.V, gr.aphvhieh.. form the conclusion of 1 for the contracting of which we are not propositions. Contained in.,the>said' ? soldier he has never flinched from :j1.t
resolutions -
--Administrator's-- Notice. the opening address. of Willis Hall, |' responsible-for the constitution, and l : which. faithfully prejudge the faithful--nerformance-of'duty- t :f

Tile Subscriber, having qualified as Administrator President pf the meeting. against its violation in form or'in fact and'excuse: JLfl act_ .of unquestionable Gen. Cass blaster, great. deal abort I ; (11i.i iwarTa1kedatXone

rI on the 'Estate of the late Robert. 'rheworst thing that can}happen to, -for confining: Congress :t.o,its legiti. homicide,; justify,and.defend without a tllD<'pf i ll lqwir t 4 .

O.LiTingston, Nptica is hereby'ivet, to all the whig party, (he sajd,) 'is the'elec mate end proper duties legislating denial;'of. the. alleged facts;,,' parties the whole.ofMexico, the WIi1i of Oi- a. Vi 4
peron! (Creditors, Legatees and Distribute tion of ,Gen. Taylor. '. .U-this :should for the whole country, and'not'prostituting charged with cold blooded ; egon-but h demands said and deliberiatemurder : *i ,
ud!others,) having against estate ,
I take then farewell their brief aof tbfiE4'! .Jw'nith" hls.oiD : \
to present them properly authenticated.ithin place, our princi authority by forcing [ ; instigate"1 by a pledge.M' .I I op 1 .1;; :
; I the time prescribed by law to the Sutvyriber .pies." upon the people presidential candidates, legislative"protection. and., indemnity. urings on. ; xeu.Taylor is op pl i ; '
Ir it mail this At this banner without their'fiitness ** beaUitiohtt t iik i
by post paid, or notice will. [ juncture a was qualifications'or : crimes vhctr4 'iQ1oTej Urge.
r luplwl in bar of.their recovery. brought into the room having upon i its, Acceptability to their constituency_ I,tion of our common'countfjrjin rapine port :isshown by his'Allison 'Ie Wv'eijjL. );,'ii j ,
.JAMBPEDEN', Adm'r.Sewnnnsulle face the names or Clay and Fillmore and,. lastly/0A committing the,executive f masMcwyWiJ. d Be'whble : i letter I to Gen Gaines Cass is in favor ; =!.j1
15 1813. Sw onttquVmult '
July ,
I -" -_ for Piesident and 'Vice President. It government ..ofthi"eountrg'o'a civilian, affliction'arid: 'disgrace; 'wantonly, of' the acquisition. 'of allMezicp; n-i : : i!

: -Administrator's Notice. was' gretted with a storm of'applause, and not to the hands-vf a military'chief I,!interfere 1Vlt.th legitimate proceed.: I could be proven by the ,debates. C 'u: *;: E""
PERSONS interested in the Estate of S\I"'f :. ft<4
A.LL accompanied by the waving of hats and tam. of '' J' of;
. ings ,another bra 'h''of the
Joshua Miller noti- '
". !i W, That late on the 1st. day of, January are hereby, J849, I handkerchiefs, which was continued The discontent d disorganization : and its 'guarditnship of 'government the'na : ,Ad to tW\_questions oft.' he r e 4 :f}

-. hill present my accounts and vouchers as Ad- two or three minutes. Three stunning which have long been fomenting 'the 'tion's .rig t8 and honorj rand invite to' Internal 'Improvements! Gen. '\ Trl'i,: iH i

It iSnittrator! to the Hon. Judge of Probates inud cheers were given for Clay, and three Whig ranks are about to manifest themselves treasonable leagues,those who may'be was pledged injo] 'veto them, u-*( ;: f t

- and for discharge Alachua from County the further for a final administration settlement ,I (or the nominations, after which the applause not only in' New York,'? but ;disposed :to'levy 'wor against! .the.lWledStatet as all otherquetions. domestic'ppjcy -' :;

1 ehtid -estate, and shall pray a distribution commenced with redoubled energy throughout the' North, East, and,;:No.ih :; holding'out promises of ad- -.,the W.ilinot.Proviso.or. bst : 1 \

. tkireof. JOSIAH SECKINGER.'Adm'r. .] West. The Baltimore ;correspondent ;bering their* j/t rl.e.I.v ."and giving! .measure. that.the. people, through thcjrerjresentativea /> l J ,

Se anSTi1te. July 1st.;1848. Cm I "The hairman' then related an anecdote of the Washington. Umon'thul.ipeaksr .them' .di and. -, confort.ResolvedThjtthj. > U <* may .demand! .:Ca iai. \ ,...

.- -.; Executor Notice. I I of a parrot .which '. vas taught to, the effect produced upon the Whigs '.''house lold1tIe j is alreadjf'pledged.to .veto:these* x f'meaV-i*4 4-', .:

SIX MONTHS after date,shall. apply to the say 'Oh, how beautiful !' even when in the Monument City by1,the news:of conduct of th t said frnefebejr: 'asalto-; U)"stbkfirtlircitjfraci reeent.8YOf.' 4 '!f. i .

.), Judge of Probate of Dural county, for a under the claws of a hawk. The whig Vttuxhailjneeting_: -f '' ". _J\ 1 gether unwarrahted and nnwatrantable,( in the aoliipucs. ,of' the, :"vvasliinglo, i"*. '-p :1
, toil discharge from my Ezecntorship of the party, he said, had been seized by a The publication of the New York resolutions and deserving severe condemnation Unionandth e former by his endorse. Imentotthadthjnjstrat1on
IiUteof Junes D. Roberts,deceased. i t
May 6th, 184S.VM.:B. ROSS, Ex'r. hawk; its eyes were picked out, its in favor of Mr. Clay' in.,the of the peOplftof this country anHofthis ; of Polk= : t,

J.t J.a limbs torn, and yel it was expected to. Sun of this morning,, has'had'quite 'a body in: paiti ul r Nil/}R gt vol., '62 The difference-, Said)\: ''.. Corwin' ,:bitweenGen. t: r(,

NOTICE. cry 'Oh, how beautiful !' (Laughter revivifying effect on the old Clay leaven p. 61 .. v Taylor and Ge.& Cassi;, i' r:
f MONTHS after date, I shall present my and cheers. While he had in his and that the form r'goes to.the,constitutitiJ .
SIX and vouchers as Administratrix of ] a particleof city, already movements are These resolutions, we distinctly ,remember 'advice ,1, tCor \
1 self-respect left, he would never joinin making a hearty to theN. deemed ? 'whale'the-Iatter true toli..1 : \J
tkc Estate of Henry Barnard,Jr. late of Duval response were generally too s1I. jit .,
1cI the Hon. of Probate this [Cheers.] He York nomination. There is doubt instincts, ofpartygoes to3he. HaJtimorc : ; E:
county deceased to Judge parrot-cry. no mild. Many penons from the North. .xXi': 11iii '0..1. .... Jt'1 l
tr snid county for a final settlement of said should pursue the course for which they that the great mass, of the whig party of and South. thought -that" a man who \ i !., ,

, letters Estate and of Dismis shall. ion nt the such same Adniinintratrix time, apply for of had met to-night. The meeting at Albany this city would rather die under Henry cOuld offer such an,.iniult td Congrcis I. Mr. 'oWiD |coflteruietj. i iUb kUCVJLiV,' 8 .- !

ttich all persons interested as in said Estate, are, had referred the whole subject to Clay, than give up the ghost under Taylor I and to ,the American people was not PO.\'l._- the, President J had over-. thepq*;3 *. ;:g? i

ieiiml to take notice. the State Committee., Is it not proper ,.the necessity of which is daily. becoming worthy to :sit 'among gentlemen, and pIe[ was.where e.ctu14I: r theeto., } 4

JlEXUIETT.DAllNARD, Adm'x. then that we should speak on the sub more apparent. ought to be expelled. After various Strip,him of .thai power or elect,a,raarl ;

r.W' Jacksonville, March. 1848.' 6m ject [Yes, yeslj!J Not an hour is to i motions and cunning man uvre bn the who is opposed tpjhe use of i it, and jhs II ;.1f :,

. NOT C. be lost !--now or never! [Yes yes !] From the New Orleans Courier Jultf 18.Fillmorcism. i: part Giddings and his abolition allies people can,have just such laws c&dctcu ::1: it

O IX MONTHS ,lifter date, I shall present my It is our only hope of preserving the ,. a vote was .taken and. the'resolutions ;I as.thdtit. The)people ha re m Gen: : U.
O- accounts and vouchers AS Executor of theEtate whig party. [Cheer] If Taylor is Our readers will recollect the excite- passed, although there was at the Taylor just:such a man presented 1f .fl

f ff : James B. Roberts this deceased for settlement, to the elected, there will be but a Taylor-par ment which was raised ''throughout the I moment a largernaj.rity. of ychigs present them, who respects v i r. ,the, WisIs3ofUit& : :
Judge of
and allowance Probate by him: and county at the, same time, I ty! many of the men who voted for him Union in'the year 1842 by the foul murder -i -.but Adams, FILL. MORE, and peop1rho' seeks. no higher ambitio'fthan Ji ti..

dull apply to the said Judge or Court, foi'wl a arc not whigs. He declared, also, that on board the brig Creole. That : other abolition members voted. in the U> carry out 'th'eir'viewsf 6IiL!lf : .. i'

discharge from my Exccutorship of the though there was little probabilitythere vessel sailed from Richmond, Vs., negative justifying Giddings, .,as far questions that pertain.to theirrownaml' 'k j n

::.I. Krtateofsaid James B. Hohl.'rtfl dccC of'cd.the was a remote possibility of success. bound, to New Orleans, )having on boarda as'they could by a vote, ',in this ',libel their toul try' interests -t/J ,..? >> ': .1.1.lI
Our first last and only choice is Hen number of 'belonging to differ hit and Corwin made an
List Will &c. of Jus. B.Roberts, dec.ipril negroes ? upon country upon humanityand earnest andVoquent ;
- 22.1848.. Cm ry Clay. [Tremendous cheers.Ve ent owners. Off the southern coast of :in 'approbation of a slave ',mutiny appeal to the, abdlitionlsts ) ii !

9* __ __ -_ will not vote for Gen. Taylor. [No the United States the negroes mutinied, and. the butchery. of,the captain and, besought .them .not to.commit the $)&< ii iJ..

.CsuiIt.t.n AMENDMrNT. the Htntm TO TIIKf .f Florida.rsped no from all parts of the nall.J If killed the captain, several of the.sea passengers! act t folly that'they did ,m/J8 ;-,pj l. tt

rji ? and agreed to by the third General Atxnbly Clay can get the vote of this State, it men and white passengers, and compel. This1 is ndgarty i qtt estidns Let us i1i !srotigbt.intoihej) Iju.-: ". 't; :tt

; subject totht action of the next ,General may carry the question to CongressI .- led one of the mates to navigate the come to the point as.between man and onwuh a"provls1dn'In-its cOl1Stltnt'\.t? ; 9

- Assembly.AI would not,flatter you with prospect vesel to Nassau,"N. 'P't where the negroes : than,,between American and ,American. granting perpetual al very Ih'its L--' V1 l

1 ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5h{ of success :' but; even if defeated, we were set free by the Governor of We ask'Geri. Taylor if he c'alf vote'for ders. What" *do:"' they't1-' expect:.*: .) to gain.. l\-t ,; :- .

"rB Article of the Constitution of this State, so shall still have n gratification. With the' Island. We were 'at Washington, Fillrrtorel We'ask if Felix Houston' asked; ,' ,'' by. .their. ,present. courselg. 'AV,3., ..i, lI.t, i \
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&.- |that wld their the Judges offices of for the a Circuit term of Courts eight years shall,. your votes erect him a monument, and w intelligence pf the. facts ,was received -i was 'unjust. p.J}im:when_ .he said G iz i.. not the 'lIg opposed, t to the iiir ''< : ) ; (i I',i

instead during good behavior. it shall be,said that one faithful band of there. and well remember the I Taylor cannot.vote for Fillmore We extension of slavery-1 Was ,tIdk :

- StCTios 1. Me, it. enacted by,the Senate and friends could not be seduced to forsake horror: it occasioned in every breast. ask every ,planter Louisiana-svery, whig'in the Northern States who \, ftppposed f <_t

ffoiseof 'R'prtt'rtn'Mt of the Staff of- Florida him. [Cheers.] On, then, friends-! Mr Webster, then Secretary of State? white;man." 'wio enjoys the.priviege"of! wFre. f- S..11.1'r..fi..H.J'1i-\U; ,..':- _.,1l ??*! -. r.1:', \. t I
I ;' u GeneraAs* mtiy contcncd* That the 12th Give every ,vote as a stone in the edifice made-it d subject of';formal complaint: retiring td.tiiSjOwfrhomVat i :i ( night, i fhe. musthave 1 exceedingly ion?.tar.r.u:14f.n. '1,7T. a .f,
11. Clause 9. .
ofthis 1"
Constitution "J g
of the Sth Article the : atWeJVotttC5rihV 'Ii l1J 1
State be so amended as to raid as follows to his.honor, and build it lofty I ashi and demandedjredrgss ...oftfieBritishGovernment ,, can:give: his:.'Bqflrageto'make a' inca whigs .r'-J.tr""t't"l-4t- onzratheOreo'Bil1. '; r

,U: That at the expiration of tho.prcseut.term; : *. fame. [Tremendous appla'i se.] through, our 'Minister in vrae pr sidenIt of his*c OUDtry;, who justifies ? .: 'E,.er3.WB. Ul'lnor .: ..4., t,
- woffieeof the Judges of the Circuit Courts, [Three thundering cheers were,then London and:it'.soon' became atopic: of .s rvile. insurrec idnVVandrmurd'cr: ;, ber from tlie":Free' States not : ilf f(1 J 4 t1r
*rt*' the exception hereinafter mentioned, the given for' Henry Clay I t,h ree for the discussion. 'iii' Co igtes HVJi'He.*:'the of'w'bite 7 I ''men.$ ';lr.l1tOPr. rf4 tLet "HL Uh '. te'd dt 'the .bill; but, .:labored:i u.fuday t I# : 11

1I 'wUcwof(we Circuit the Supremo Shall Court be elected, and the fora Judges termJJttgU speaker,;and three more; while the fine question' .waspending: : wvt ".'.biddings i ,'.'"the, : us.''bear'in' L 'mind, t th'h ou Id thewhge to"secure its passage.- Wb'LL' ': jtj

years Courts and shall hold their offices for band chimed in with "Here's to :you notorious .ab.01tIOnJst, and.-still.a mem*. prevail'in -the presidential i elec-;' free soil party 'do' the bII'tfivant
k term ber of the Ibwer House ffered set ofresolutions"justifying bon 'and, 'afterwards'should' Gen.Tayf'r : than "the >vEig"party T Ifthey' ; i"i"er
let ., ,unless.sooner removed,under the pro- Harry Clay !I"] / { a V i .t 4. .fi.. % r
.1 't
- t JM Jadgcs by address or impeachment; and ,owedby' the 'reading! and adoption of their mutiny &'mfadt W&p iyg. endbe! ; struck: byothe'hand.ordeath1fillrrfdre :: .ioflrofsIiivCry l th fh d'cl sm n rft Itaritnd (::4

osc or'*,lful which neglect shall not ot duty be,sufficient',or other ground reasonable fpriwpcachmcnt an, ,address and, resolutions, .declaringopposition i ing their %VhO conduct t; 'denyingthatthey would,.b.e.clothed with alj W: $ sii ga m. d r m. il: f I4sir&b1 i'
f an' tb v i ffEr tq ; t\
the 'Governor 'shall remove'1t3". to,the election of Gen. Taylor had ."Jol .t.of.la'Y! of.the:United_ authority, and l powers of'chief: .r'magi 1 obj i : !
r.kiI rthetnJ two-tliirds of the :ad'lOcur- irate'of the'Union1'! WWtez Mrr"Vai1 ure t'and(1&m1ti: 5! ,1ft\lt 'lJ
nominated States
the ftId'essf upon the ground'that.he: vas. ; decla'rmgithat they; .
Assembly Provided-however, Thatiheoi }t' ; ?w re tib1t f *' 'of such' iittasthijbeLh selves r againit ihe whigs.' Whb1Jnrenvarid ;- it i f
Jjwl ; solely .on oc t"of.hJ supposed red nolegal 1'e j .tf f d J : plate the.prospect. ; !
,', :! :causes shall be stated length in such each availability, because. .the: national convention no punishment i j and that_ !all\attempts' (vi ''paieaee r : !? the abolition- what i1srlh done'ia fi. ,< ., .. '
- fjWress and entered on the Journals of the of said hits l would.exclaimr"now weVeijgt our nend himself to therfavorable''mir *' ( li' .
** And prettied, fnrtfier Thai the causeSr offered his name to people, to retake, or regain possession> tbe'
t..j eusc5 shan be notified to the Judge BO'intenJ&be "without another word .'declaring':'no. negroes,. are 'unauthorized';by the Con rian'at lastigoI'Tor! iaiBirney, *** bppo-ile-ritg'of* :sIaVery4asl( 'tf**5i 'i IrP 1",4 j
? admitted to 'tottie national l br'HaJeJ.; 't; f ': '- "- 'j Jonvinr Has he'not.'done llliOI; 't" -!r-t ; +
"\ l'removed, and he nhall be principles issuing. no.address t1laf'i' stitutionand prejudicial i i ; t: :4pft1.t II
forib.? Sin j ,his own defence' before.any;vote no platform' passing: no resolutions, honor! ..-' .- %';T'ff 'rj,, .,.n V, 'f''.'4A., '**"-'f'nc N. ,r, I'JhisilLwe,:"t gfj1tif .the, fantasies. 'of ,do td' strengthen'slavery', A diftiiot : t'l .
; removal shall pass: ana in such'cascs < electrified : 'into this 'pledged ,his .UtiIettrIi4It4d: : i J
'crp landmark Houseandthc lour
the or : jThe public.were; tiipitjt: bring country
y or guide,
shall be taken by yeas and nays and, without compass bill.i fdr.ilfc 'r* J cj a
*. any ngress maypitytf : j
d L"
rnl 8a the Journals of each House rcspoc-, because .their"own beloved CLAY idea- was ofavailability : thee'Bentimntst"and lind:sUwfd\aghast.at the;theof 'aitemptto atrocity .: rent' d norfirlVrrm,_' ? rm;::-> :.,j'_" "L't? lition of- slavery"-in' the DistricCir .fia'. |

; Ev4.J1 farther 'wrf ?,rThat the 4 Jqdesnolited -S : overslaughed, ,and:on'L aountpfth13 b -,4;" '' urge 3 f 'IhemWon' ,the SX1.representativeto' 'I I -.' C kubtheV Witness onthc, ,Platform" lumbia,' shouldi.beng.in: ,be: ; .it'-6 } : i

-J : under this amended Constitution, I ecnuse"H'. jh :-A'tm' ( 4 $: viUbeii'cpUected\ tha;-atTthe.co| e 1 1ot President jtla" .he inT favor ; 'rpeh1'Lokat ] k
erfcan hpiHoui :
of reWed
,.events pwpl .
l be wbole course ..
Ei r b,divjde1 by lot into four St1'l lamination,,; : : '' ., tile latt aesslowfcfSenatpr Corwin,4>fDhlo hisvoteivasnVice ; & l Qt! : .'
** offices alienate and:notito concil-- L 1fo-jreceive them-refuse4..Q, :put .; .
- shall hold his orlheir office or his been.to : : ;h ntrk 1 ,Pre fdrt .
11 tctb,J pJ t'o tIe; ncl for Lhe. the'JVhilisi h rrb'rl' $*I res'*!&**,! hdm.to tneA"vbte- motion7 iyits1rriadBr( : Delivered"(one'" dfthemost : i *# *' ft *u..rlj'i! 4t.biR1vaa ;
years .k ** -
then .
f.t* fOuryca: the tlmirdJor the term OSfiiXefouhorth i tate 9fo'declare- bSfeed>pdnrKfiWab1ed ; "1aytbreMI :j 1! *S Mr'jiddin'gV lid $ t h tl dJ'1ld .upo "t e; introdttccdJntfrJhe r
.. tenn of eigh't.years/ jro'ce'eds : the: meeting 5 ;! : E 1J J b.e ror ) y ri.r.eqJtered within.Congress.t S.. Senate-allowing; Southom I'Miiasintercept : ? 1
ternilnation\\or ; .
r Ctthe-Siiate by'Constttifcional mV : :jntimidoted,j'at,.the:.torm, 6Kwdlf. t: iJ 1.1.1)\,001 seeny. ersjptoPen{ ,.aoy 3{,n'? 1
-t ber,22.1s.t1'i Passed: thC.IJ10US61the '. '&ovotefor. ** *j <# *3* *,; '! k ( JtiUi.ingagate: gr8 or.Iother i } c. .
It l'esolutione --s-'ifh* ct 'Ji lnat J4 ; '
,id dfv Q
iY "b1. ..CpnsUtoUqiwl, ma-, HENRY CLAY ofKe tUckyi9ii : I ....,.d.',iifav id8, .. .. = V
; adverse V
" ";:" 'J'annf .;. i-".' f' .it' -, r.iI" ''in ryi r d gr drg. d ,conturoe- ispectedof. being to i Aim
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I- I I. -----' h hasT from tholfirst -
;'- prthe Tiu;tb.u: 'T.belieyethat; >een, opoed4athwlic
-b L8'Senatbsry6ted-for. WL1 affiv fvthe,3exican war, as inv
.. _** $'1lCti *V t4 _> Repent I believe
.. $ gpstt : 'ar'p VuLdSurcn last General Asscmblyfimd the nmanly aadj prop impefitic ndIezpedienL. Pt1iIsofflrenltls
; .
; '1l J i Congress from tnfc-besff information 1 can obtain- one
r,4t: ; # "I S Jp?" i vpT othcbII.* i undignified have disgu6tcdfthl course cple of -. of tho Som4bJ you tfiff taldlthis as fSjf opinion, gentlemen-
: fe mfSi yc'fr WtiSffirf tniaStatejtci JL bclievlrfrom-tho bd.stUnfomntion I can obtain
< ambitious m
v opposedhia s
cauie liascyer
,. Vffl*man t their short3p of the bltterncss'of Whigge- that ho has no disposition go to war, or!'

i : r y. They have resolved to dash away the cup makes a great speech, at Marshfield/'declares, to increase tho limits of slavery, or. to allow of ehtasisI

:;: r ik oryfn said'Iu bad' cad>mehTcr -; forevCTj andthey-willdo'it. *=*=* for_TAYLOR, and onj the ground thathe is opposed the annexation of new States to this Union. prOmze Line-r,<

1s ; J (haCtheVRo'mans to the extepp3Tq territory. The present position of the shivery question, the Ordinance
> ;in .history/; ,. It cannot have escaped the reflecting portion
frtb this celebrated (
few extracts rein
We give a adherence oftho Northern DemcH
and the firni
s; whenever they conqLierea 4a ..countryulfltalfe of the Democracy,that,their partialdefpat "canSorfall to produce a"powerful'efllfct ntones,

from it a piece of'its soil hitherto, has been owing toTa partial abandonment "speech'fwhich JANIKE; "Vr racy S to?f the fc a >. ? >"7-Afi ik thoConstitution.areA'*" "*&Y S. rflonger. He announced

.;'j4, 'iind'ah ,animal ; and upon arriving "at of their [cardinal, doctrine, Principles, in.bfery: Bectidn"of oririUnionT intellectual tlus: commelited.dpon by Mr.3Vgmsna and if hi had
WiiaTKR, isfur .shrewdjand a- -
: ; ;Jtitnc: they would paeet'all the animalstind not Men" .Dissatisfaction with Men has been be i
: soil which d collected inhUxvay man)& Uke so important a step without having Yoii k perhaps; ,that gave niy veto off -from being
I jibe they n made/to appeal a dissatisfaction-with principle weighed the consequences. Heisayaiwhat IheDejufcraQq :iftOU aiu$stheteaty1 of:P ithit -he4lwillAdp ahLke

4 \ in. an amphitheatre, and-*the-- iWo rejoice to'' perceive" thai this 6el-> alnafmcd $ ,, $ romght ndetbeauthorty iselinean4
pttbcouth haveildng -
-I'-jt tesait .was that each animal would" run fish apjtetite--has gorged itself to satietyt Wc, pie pt4he.1 iJttCL1 $,t.ats$, with apleugo ofuithirc adhioWuttti -- ion in my
i -'" | : "* --" *>- that TjLTLOR posaesses-no qualifications for, Unionthe and alirVitory -
cJp' to the soil of .its own country. How, ,- ; gKJatrvastJ it:9iI1
consulted pwJuuiccs'n'rl8fUsinjr!
jI ; 'jti. w.W .v Ty '-ii.: I -' > our personaI and he>intimates thatifSr that KnowifteNfewaiexico him thc
4 PrlsMency ,
:'thia qio
inltke those animals >yas an ouren! !* Ji /? <,*
? rhei1ap stqclc'njBVosc'ihtoyref.fot"he to elect'candidates who Mero'mcrcly rcjircsentatives -; very reaidn-lie feels he''almost security inhinien :biub California, Othfc gentl mejicfe willuigto gptcmment, let,

a. ofDembcraticUoctrineM:* Fdrsafiijg.tle' r *' Admi thaVtc ritory, andleayc; tho,..queatipaJas tions otth.
tioni\ -
piit where U didn belong. !true wdrshipJ we' \tpHhegVaveVimago of: the"6laveryqu( > between wUpther it should Te.a 'free,territory or ted on.this ;

m '.' .'Mr* C'orwln closed hy urging initheiribst : ,t Mr.lVEBS.TBa.thuVsketchesthe.dififerbnce 'noii; as anj'operiquestibrijrbutl thought it'bctt'ertokcep future
Whiggeryin olir niidsVand: :haye worshiped it three military candidates: ,- I -" ;
: ferreht and eloquent strains e Very ; ? it'out altogether. shall.bo ,". Kfr

mx.s. "tvjiigjiresent to be found at the ballot -in shame and sorrow. Wo now find it but a'eenseless *.,fjji\yekndwi gentlcmeo.vtliat however respeo.table h In the sessionTiefore theListonc, the Southern fornia to be ;

" November and vote block, the.work of our own hands,and L;; and distinguished lnthp line.-pfhisown Senatore, Mrrien1, .Georgia, :.had, -the power of
ixin October and repSnt.( I profession, tor. however stimable as 3 citizen, moved resolution, to..the effect that. the. war mentSj with
Ar: Yor the State and National whig tickets. I. O tfayloi'is aj military town,merely. "116 has blight not 'to:.be continued for the ptJrpPses of unless there! iS, ;

Yes, we repeat itj the temporary,supremacy had he?training in' iil'Affaii-hb';has had no- 'conquest and acquisition. He.declared that,

1* THE NEWTS Whigger inthis, sWa'hasfbcen the faulLoI participation in t tho councils of the Republic the war with Mexico ought not to be prosecuted accomplish his,

.-* .. '. the Democratic party. .On $hesecpnd* of,Oct9.. .his jknpwn onlyjby his.;brilianf| achievements. -by this.Government with bny}view,to the Uis'mepiberment.of theS riate. and

1.-- L bern xt'wbpttrgeuso'foursinl at the head .of au' American arjny ,,JIowf.;th* that.Republjcyor to.thoacqui.aition 'nIi2cnt, ,:wih .
SEPTEMBER. 23, 1848. 1 ,. > >: .**" Whfesof Massachusetts Hnd I amona'tKem' are ofanypbrtion other terriIdry.
________ _:__ i "M U -! > i w by conquest, bning1to. benr,
i_ A'truq.Representativo. of selfishness, love of of the opinion that-it was not wise,'not 'discreetto ,- ; ..-kfThat proposition' tie introduced' in the 'irlich tho.Sputh

'pinnder, and( political trickery,--5r. CABBLL. go' to tho'army for our candidate for the : form:of a.resolution into Congress, and I believe., complish iheco

has been the connecting link which,bound.theael Presidency.*, .XMs-;is,the.first .instance'in the. ;that?every Whigria Congress Jbut.one ypted for .bee41se ,are p.thero

? evil elements together.. JRaised.by the sin of history of thc Governmentof'I'l.w the.United.Statcs L {T <- t *it. But:theSenators; belonging'to.theLoca? Foco is no,
Democrats 4that anyni'cretnitithiy man has Tbeenrproposeu Or.Democratic party voted against. The
to the most important office an''Oni > iu xT--.5/WAirj. > h i'
within for that' office; --Washington was nt. 'Senmtdrs g&tnsti n Armed

It-S'V* -_*._: ___. their gift,he has abandoned himself to the.pur military man,'but'fiir! greater in his' ivil chairacter. -, .C Ifrom he free state ofMi higan; Mr.FairfieldfrOm'M111t14 -. .,

*-4-* ?; ; flEflOCflLTIC NOMINATIOjW suit of; lacc, to the advancement-Florida Ho was employed,.in the.serjvico of ithe: MrNilcsfrom Connecticut;: The followina
/ country from the earliest dawn.of the American, of '
'Whfggery._ .andpthersvotedagainst itandth0yoterw( alost.
-HIlf.'WO And to the ,
: sustenance
tWITJtp $TATBi; ; of his falling reVplutipn-r he was member of heC9ntjneital .. That isy.these, gentlemen, some of them,I has been
*trRisIDzT OF TI1 party in the "Union. Hia votes,havd _and in i that 'establish'ed for
been uniforuily .Congress body, very prominent', *and firm friends' Mr. Van. YVLE-
iE WI8 CASS ;; .against the interest of his' constituents.He himself af'creat reputation for- civil judgmeri Huron, and'reddyto take the field forhini1-'
UIcUIGAX. .has been repeatedly compelled APOLO- wisdom ,n d ..ability After theJwar, as you 'very'gentlemen' voted not to exclude
; I;: or GIZE know ho,.was one,'of the. Convention,which .territory that should ,-obtained by conquest irli.,
: : for his public..actsHis tiveto'the
frot VIC* '*ZZIDZNTi letters and pamphlets formed tlie Const ution of thoVnited ,- ThcyTT ere willing to,bring an,the,territory,and:
$ t-- have brought the honor of the State in- audit id ond of the most hbhorable'tributies ever ;then have a squabble and controversy' the Armed

!: 'WILLIAM 0. BUTLEK to discredit: His systematic'evasion and'trick- paid'to him that he should have been-selct. it Should be'slave br'freterrit6i7. I ihethemr'. inform you that

hci OF ixIfCI'T. 1I. cry have lessened us in tho eyes of.the tJnion ed by thewise, men.who' composed:ihat!Convention opinion that tho'truc and-'safe poliey"wasj'toshut ;' Recdrdlyolumcs

iud /. 1_. This js felt to.preside pver, 'theirdeliberations. out thewhole; question, by getUug*no.territory that'l anticipate
&TS deeply;-his course will be visited his name stands first and foremost appended and suing of the'- '
ftz 1' FLOHDXiSib. : with '' ? -J'!*i thereby; keep thecontvoycrsy OOVZKNO* or as dire three weeks.
Ji : rot. ap nishmnent. Against him the the Consiitution under whicn we live. President' Gpntlemcn an important crisis in English
.-.. *; -f-* BAILEY. Democracy of Florida oiGTeran'oId ; Harrison'whs bred;a'soldier, and rendered 'wEen the lam, sir,
WILLIAM and beloved history,' as. is rlated, country was. .
<# citizen,-one. who hashursed the State in its hU.country important military 'services BuiGen. threatened; with'.theWcessipn1 of a Prince who :
-! ; __ Harrison ,..neverthelessy. for much
.- .a Cutholic
the Romans
was a bigot'to .Religion, "
rtX infancy,-and who has-witnessed '&4Zfl
. 'S *_: rox. CON RII* and particl: greater part"of his.life n.c than in njiirtnryservice. then called the Dttko of York,.a proposition.wits
>:* ,* pated in all its trials and hardships.. '1te'' vas for twenty years either the 'lion. D.
[ P. DUVAL.MT A grate pad in. Parliament to exclude Lim from.the
'j :*:>i ;; ful people will repay himthis, small earnest of Governor of Territory) Member ef Congress, tSrone! : Sonie.Vaid that'was,' very rash" measiiref'brought TheHon Jl ;
or,a Minister abroad. And he '
: > his
: 'v i .- a great obligation. Ag tie Representative performed forward by very5 rash'm h. that tho. following
> .l.ft # I- of duties mail these stations to the satisfaction of
.- .*. PRESIDENTIAL SLSCTOE3: Ih'ey'Kad better admithim niid then'ptlim1th-
? cfl. FAIRBANKS, of Si. Johns Democracy they are proud ot their leader, the people." ., ti- >- .' tions"upon-him-chain' hittk dqirn-resist him Occupation.

rUv;' : "VVe are now united,-energeti(5-rand resolvcd -; Mr.WEn2tER, ,thu3: showj how.thcjfqrthcrn When the debate was going on, a member is r Crjwj missioner. of
/'V'\if. .A I cI1ALES i. DUPONT, ofGadsden..MILTON to retrieve our partially\$adcd,fortunes. Democracy .have invariably emi, heretofore ,cd.jf) have; risen,and ,expressed, his sentiiments |he'passage of fo.'a

?-?>>-xrf.1A !. ,. :oBN Jackson .County.i The Democracy, of,Florida have awakenedto found! oiths side,of the South, and argues that b rather grotesque and tan cotripar- for which
> isbn 'but one1-'of considerable forcej'which'was
,. the other
-' reason. Lot Monday week Mr. VAN UURE.V can receive little "
: : ;; next, prove that. or;no support asfollbws: .' :

i-.::,* A>: .:' .- : .-:. ASSEMBLY. TICKET.OE we are no longer to bo the tools of whiggeryrr- aVthe North, as an anti-slavery didate, cx -1"!heara liott in the lobby room, : ARCHER, the

I 1 I that we can, if we will, rise above our trammels,: ceptfrointho Wliigs;-, .". .,; SayMr. Speaker, shall we shut-the door,, act- ,< '*, f

. r ,:.% > KXrKXSBNTATlVXS DUVAL COUHTT.ATIp -and that the power of the pepplp.isthe "'And 'if it is meant to inquire "Where is, .Andl keep.jiim qut, or Jet him in i , USX OF
government "
-: I,, PALMER, that must the .North?"-if by the North js indicated n.firm 'A'mTthcn try to ge Vim'out againr'I and
rule .. .
us,-not thepower. i._ , ; t- .-! ; "
Jf'oSEPH FliV EG A N substantial'fesis'tahce; e t to'ihp exfcntsion I /
selfishness .
: of personal aggrandizement, and of of sla'rcry'-if any'such" lace ever'''c' .O.tihQrmoreconfideit. spirits, who.arq.of tho 3 Janies
.. office. 4-iord character; of Woon Ylij were for letting the lion. %
.** 1 NOTICK.r I -I : it.was-r-the knows.where.* I do Su \ '* s C'Jobn -

Tui firm i of GILLETT & HAZZAXD, hitherto In tbo.year IS l 'the.p.emocTAts of tho North/ inand )st.ur1ing1Ithe wasf/JTo keepra*interests' liim'but'hltogcthcrVAnd of the 901111tryj'tin'f <7rKiei&rdB! ; '

;, : engaged in the publication of Tile News," isthla The-Somii' 'and tlic Rational t1jefriidsdfMr.Vn, Bur nj let m>Texas.;.,All- when this Mexican ireaty (sirflo beiore the; ''I4lJbliuUorfee

: ; 'dt:; day:dis5olTed by nmtal coneont. Either of Wiiisr, I'wy. ..j1n the Whigs In tKo Senate. with pnepr tTCo. xrcep'tibhs'resisledlthatlahhexationr .Senate, it had certain clauses ceding Ncw.Mex* (18 ,William.'
Ten Southera' -
i d parties authorized to settle the accounts the last desperateejBCort( o'pow r,, to;; .Whig Sthtors
;: :..! .t doe up to this date to the late firm.J3T .. Whig party of the Union give daily more ,and two for;it.- But(these s Southern;Whig'votes a- ;southern CaroSnaVmoved.tp'gcutlemian strike'oui, Jr. 'fla1gc'those, 'clauses of,'No th' ; 20 Johu ,. ;
more disgusting proof of their gainst.tbc scheme >f annexation jVereloverpow .
deUrjnination to J : ,22, .Ihouur a'I
: i-tl persons indebted to us, are requMtcd [Now you understoodsthat if motion to strikeout
to without \ sacrifice- 'all for" 'tho attainment_ _, of.their. object/ erexlby" the votes oftb' F;c State Dcmpcratsj a clause bo supported by pne-thii-d,. it will;. 27
: ::: toatd'payment" delay. They witneas.tho whole -v New England DpmocralH among the rcsV.If at .be tvrprthirds pf the ::28 James, !
put-r-that J3y
;/ GILLETT "* North overcome with )had not.-been"for these*New- struck SenateI '
AUGUSTUS C. > f. !>$ *' ?* f* ; England votes, 30 John C :
the Anti-Slavery ,must vote for, eac; \ clause, in order to U'rct'dine'J1
: ; ALLEN B. IIAZZAKD movement.They now :as Texas, would bayeibeen; out of. this -Union to The"vote ohH& question'was SS'to 35- Gep. W ;

: 'laott6nTille.Bept. 1848. sumo iib as,,the motivjo powerpf heij? party;-. this day.ii. ,IfN WEnglandnSnatQrsh; :$ Availability and true ) the'causc of iberty and th e:Couatry ;. 39 Emra Priest
Anti-Slavery ) third?. because Nc'm
, ; now go hand'iu< Sonth'ern one : ,Ont/ four EnglandTcwtoQqotMlagaiiutjfie.motion. iii.V
Whigs we're Te"xas'woul i
4 'and. < ,"npw boT'exos'stllli'Thbfe 44 Thus. E
; -* R'rjT .
: the iniereit ? ,4.; .1ii
t-1 Tjix'undersignc'd hating purchased ? .j iTere-'four'New rijjla'nd ( 'IG/John U
ivhat the said
That.i; only rcaspu. They we must
'; ,',.v' of.Mr. A. B.Hkzzard in the establishment. can Southern-,Whigs say.to-thjo follows i gehJlemca in the.Semite who supported'the adbiinistration -. h'ayepcace'at-any.rate.: ; And there was this 49 John M' >

:;-.1';';.1:;4.: of "Tho if ews," will from the present day- continuo ing paragraph' froththo; ''National liitclligo'h. 1 two from NewMfampshirc.ia this measure.and Ono:"from.Maine from Connecticut ); s&rtf apology-which I confess rather annoy 5J3 Spencer ,l3ro

the publication of this paper on his own con,'- the Whig organ of ihe Union!; -Will tliey -.oub'viiohad held high ones me tt the time-''that certain' portions of the 53 -Wilcj B
officxc.unJerMr. CO
;!? ::f account. In the purchase'he becomes respbrisitt now pretend thtitr their!party is tofrcsolvccJ'' Vnii Uurenl -TKeythcse tour ui&h'v l'p llA ubjcpre flf the countrv.?, thata, good and'CsoecLillv many rcspectublo in the lara peo-, G2. Rebecca Henry

:j : for'all the debts ofth late hrm, and an an affiliation with the Abolitionists? Will they ted for the proposition,. and to let"in Texatflgaihst cities, many of whojn hold irigrcat estimation, 63 AllenB. ]
: the
kqual dirisioii of the accounts due hating been now pretend that the charge is'vainj; lhat TAYLOR and Southern votes and wishes of. the Northern crietl 'out."Peace. Peace5-! *Staunch'thewound 64 Malcom
Wh'igs. ,
;.C:4: : aade between the partners, either of them' is will veto what they call the extension of Gentlemen, when several'Northern members|V -of war aiid let us have peace) I ..didnpjt 73 67 James William D.

authbrijed and collect them. slavery ? r Will they now that of *in feel (disposed be carried away by any such;
: -: to receipt for pretend TILT-MORE Congress, 1S18, voted in favor of the so- enthusi.-sra. I believe 74 Wiley
we. peaceju.
;;; r AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT.. is not an Abolitionist? Will they now have called Missouri compromise, against the known as sooh"with9ut these new accessions of tervitory 75 Abraham

J&kinTifleSept. 9, 1848. the audacity to declare that Cass is not pledged will of their constituents,'* they were called ids with thc'a and I was disposed to leaver ito b'3; Win. .

. '.'.- to Veto the Wilmot Proviso. I"dough-faces.araufraid that? 'the For generation-iny :.part, tellow.citizens.of,dbuph-facea, t the'people to'say whether the war should bo 90 87 Jce.Adin W '

-Z". '-; Appoiiitmeiits of Mr. ITiilcc.We And this too, coined from a leading Whig will lie 'as perpetual' thb "generation of carried-on Conger for tho sake acquiring territory 91 James Piles
.. or no,-if so, they wpre the artificers of
journal -a journal men. : ; -
published in the Slavchol- their 95 Isaac Cony
arc authorized to announce Ihavo: said own fortunes ana must take the cons --
: that the Hon. D. L. YULEE will address ding section of wm.
or ruin are the Southern '' s ubj ct.: ;lf the rejection of those articles had 102 :
Co States to 4li hcad Of thOgoyernn nt ther-, is chance
'h1 the citizens of Columbia : no 104 Mary
await from the continued the war some time longer would Darby !
hands for hh Others )
of ar as'good judges th lath.-
S Whiggery The Winded -, that the should 106 Nancy I
At Monday hayOj preferred war continue
Alligator, oa p- devotees of that in hut flim nOt able to' saysep.anyStatpJnlthe.Union that Iknow of or :
party the'South William
time than ,,129
arc rea. s orn longerrather that those territories
tember 25th. dy and willing to in'which thcrewa"I 6n bur 130 Rich.-L
.plunge headlong wiierp par' I ,lying southern border shouldcome
: Of 'Alachua county at Newnansvilleoti tizanship or ignorance shall lead them,! ? reasQnablejwQbabiliLy votc'J There nay be. tha Others r M.OjWillget.apu a.r.cmoro; versed gloj hereafterris 'elate territbry. I shbulU'speak* ;134 John B13G ( *
Wednesday Sept 27th. hf sucH"tatisti63 til'airI tti&* oh ihisj Kibject'jwlth anonr./copfidencey wend itno '
: [From" National iaiio;
I. IntelJjgcnc ?** :r38'DIIffd ti
1'; .: Of Mdrion 'county, on Saturday, LImIT iN THEEAST.ofM6udiyj: and tber fd6- think t af thc"isstiois e tbutjpther for gcntlemeapf thelreaty.the* ameparty' with.niyseltvpted '"' .' 14SanuiePEigld tfl

-" The Star that : : between;(Jen" Cass and Gcn.rTaylor. C z
30th Sept. never Sets / I- yqteMtb'"s ikb'ouVthe'frtYdles'orcession.tThcywbiild 1 44 "
,. CrflOnt4Cmitins anehakfcn. The star thf.f; Heneit speaks offGeril CASS us.a 1 thbdth haye'beenstrickeii'oulif? four New 148 John E

II THE SLAVE CELIA, who was convicted at never the wlngsof 80t8 anti the which Union has for been a beaconfhopc to,.; Democrat- and-belwrging-to Vhat he'calls the", Enghnd Senators had 'voted.for thu motion.I .- J 51. John-Barrel. flr
twenty is J52 Gbesley
ycara still "
the last teriri.of the Circuit Court in this County undnmncd. The fear that the party of progress. Although CASS! is Vetter thenYotc.dagainstheratificationofthe treaty '
passirig.cloudof I ,,and thatf-treatywould,hayo failed if three Permit S9i-
of tho murder of ucr master, Mr JACOB BRY- third-party night have obscured its-lustic, qualified for.the'Prcsidency-he prefers TAt'iim' Nerr 'England'Senators; had voted' as I did,- for the present

$ :' 1 *. A an aged planter of. this vicinity, suffered]L HHL unfowided.thiLn their The WhigS of Vernion, ho because-ho: will veto slavery extension.Wo .- | arid, Whig Senators tool'' 'I should'do'the same

L the dread penalty of tho law, on yesterday, until S l, They own grce*mountain;are tbo know that Gen; Cass'is a man of talent" thi ng; 1gain;'and'with much'tnoro resolution Great 1A
are .
which time the execution of her sentence" pole, and arc always as to true bo found as tho needle to the of ability, of some celebrity'as a statesman: and 1 -would.have ran.a still'greater.risk, I would, in
-w Where honor th3 'ke ** have ;
1 I Q.owrjv waysuperiqr to his predecessor e cl9red aptill4greater shock before |
:- liaa been respited by the Governor.,, She met points dorn riso1i-as or glory leadsjth'cm. TK4 fires of fre if ho should be the successor of Mr'P6l would.have"a;feed"to,. any thing -.rather than,

.hetfate without the l ast remorse for the crime State of,tho high Unior inVthbnttj 3n aii other: !:?aLI, think bib:H"m frh olitra' haVe been a participator in any thing which' ;

-a ehe'had committed, and, up to the tost moment, ted neither hi ; they canbe angWen. poshedbnf-by rash party and prea &rtofa 1 shouiij have a tendency to annex gouthern ter- 'According to
1- : ,. > iAtCnsityuor krightneesby line,of not ei
the tpolicy -ns1
bclievej cobdsteut with i ritorytothoState Ofthia1Jnion4k; .
;;* fuel furnished i
denounced hcrmo her as.the cause of her I byf modern | ) &:
f t
<'V" ':'- ilcatbS inane and hcalthfil Corvertsto thq lu.'.. tbssecuritZ'of the peace\>nd,honor of u the'country. ; *Gentlemen,.since I have* had,tho; honor of receiviog -
r : hung for ho.ur tbo principlc-o'f I *> i **.v- -j. > J
Afteriavipg an fr-s .
-- ISKOT j1. IT Therefore, it is for you,-and for meSP the invitation to meetmy fellowTcitieHs' -' together.this
q i ltakez i49rnan4 interred.? -. CIIAKGE.NBCESSAJJT--HIS POS1PTOI'PUIThJTIYII-FOIt A _WTllnf ?O andfor' lI Sf l r 'ii th i'' herf-4fteriteceiting'J-! ;invita'tionf 1sEbulH passion of tie 1t 1t

-- mthisnstat fthocaso&we I found thVdis '
FR1E-sOJL 1'LiT1Ol13j. a.J.LL4 hffno 6ay- dt'Inccessary dtdates for the
'Tile Slate Election. 1 on it foi'ten lie haitood.np. w illi'or will not, givfr.iourlvotc for the Whig charge of my duty, though with-grtat inconi" Whenf
*" t ; the 'LOCO P0CC nominatipn.iIl avc >*"'"'"v *, .
PARTY 1IA8 tp.eyervcman'a.con W < .in lxealtjijr. .to-.gp tOnWashiogton ->- -i n.
Tho is rapidly approaching-which is to BEE FLGUNDjj T /- / >
r41 ay TIlE SLOUGH5 AND ( U science. I>have endeayo-ed td'gtate the casasif'presentsitselfto'm and to bo present at thecosipg1soea., of thesession CONEU. was !
Mm test the fidelity of the Democracy Florida to QUMThIJRES OP "*'- I : there .. ..
VLtY. The SIAI ., ; You knpV 'lyha transpired.You ; )
whigs 6fVermnit .'> .' ;
feW /lAn T 'W r/C nl.Min> > '< ?
th < >>
f&J-V principles and not to nu, On. Monday week and;the digbityofthejposjtjo tjujj i1J om k'rib w the imporrant decision? .that was made h.: John' ,

f&JV&J& next, :we aro called upon.to perform the solemn neccssai ,for, thexnto dot All that,wa I stated alwaya>hcn' the subject!was inentioni'd in both houses of Congres inrcgardto Oregon Williamson
stand'fat. This th e rigI4 was4 iby yljww ithat I::didnpfeandconld aoV- The.inimedidte que f V1 ** .he I4 apge'of the Ji/AL
; duty of selecting ajegislatito body,a Governor $01 Ueyiy to yliaye cloie; ancljn d in p.. te omini bill establishing.* qtcrrLtor trF riwAMtn** and MMnewj'fcrmories David.:Henniss->

:?!&. and ft Representative in .C ngress. Qor/jandir STAND LSrwrnl; us!". elseh- I re, tthci people of theiJuited' i SUt f *V1( time V1UCO It 4 't 'ftediiate h'et.t4ike tii' Viea e5kten! ,
dates for these office thave J3eenlong. before fPiside- t. AIJfftl agaihst ny1mVf : what\vas due to tho best tntere3tsof.tKefcbuni-[ The Honsevdisagree n The Senator receded Spnacol
the t people. Their qualification .have'..been'thoroughly M!.
; lVcqzSpeecj .
try, andpthe'characterijoCihe: itamendnicnVandthci bi ablishr"lg,0xegon Presidents.j i. <* t
l$& weighed and all that .. Repubhioj_ s passedc
malignity and The disposition at first nanifes efntfwl olcn nttkn .4: it. asafrce. territpjy, andjnakingno. I O 3rn'oti J
envenomed hatred could cast, at them has been Nortben, Whig prty1o drop 1y h( shottid be nonuuatecUby theWh1g Conyoin f? provision Jt *,for*the i newly*) '< acquired territories on,
thbPhiJajj I should not > ***>**: ( iiSJ/-t| anns
htaped upon their heads. Nothing is now left noiiineejor I offera.ny opposition to isl ec&S tK TA'trtw < aGiit1 1
YaNJhJEXNju1eceived; bfthe i1 tun3tanse :i stand npon-tho lam aow. 7c6dsi.er : voWTand ther-reasorfl gave'nt -VTK& *itai-j; .
ti grouhf meztmy
; 4W but for the::people of Florida to decide. *0rltvonld.be that the
useless in the former hajlMf, rl, bz% 1Cb a ominiton va-aTi0t v ,* apro>4bly=known/toJthe; goTHl peopleB'uttBis'quwtiori'istdbofcsomedot'thefirflt- I The met.tfcg ; ;
us.to.urgo impor- holding .
jpiQn,oatbd L' kfl dentin a few <
: tr, .- tamce.of .approaching contest,Jbr it is now Nortbei 'VhiglekdeTj'diateJ eyes o ie ri& & !

L well known to alL The Democracy of thiaState -.ma1eto ; S'-jM'- I' .l* ,7 $ :
pla e ie
4j: have become thoroughly aroused to the ignominious ; avcuiaoie" .Taylo ? kely fPia t : ;:n "-*", !r.!S w
lJ bt'
b6fortftte mi oy3 into fvtixtjuuxtox MK.Jxjwis
anjs purposestpf jmibitioS'9rIcoR9 i ecssioniof tboj in which> they have been placed' '
? position England; :
Thotjot nals ed 1rltMcf I 55y xW9wW Ppposeh.intojetlilnibel nt foidi
?;!; this*last two years by an apparent Whiginajor.ityr tionathamYtOtt'wt: j Dlecl&aiovAf J&Z Sffiife bability tha } st e iit 5r
bli '1
They havepaseyBflffCedUndel' a'goVmimcnt for 'thoxtensI 1'ofM'j" whoVbnldVexerFiLjfifln., ion.ofConnSf ; 'nut the flrst sessmoi of'the
their Ltt'ing ence fobth fu hcVte : i'C6ftg theqt6afl1'eiieaJ.iL ; pttq
opposed political princi-
to"that CffCttdjyajlj1j1 iJjJ eL outdZbposd.birn! | letiHfm'bSMbttmiSed I enter t this very period into'all the elvwftojo
: their interested 'The
6 hob ile'to
'h'1II3t. .. pIsiuid' iJ b' 4) strong) fi7A o .sht B |pp; | : tft fl 4i.i'/ lio. vumn:
: '
I JoJ)1at ui ;.
t. :i I -' t : T j, Mr WEBSTijthiwdficljirea the unwavering !e had, bowsYS.i,

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:tbe oauflitC0t-ThttMiofli which 'pathy the'so tb'1ai ft* her *of 'If.. -- '; ; ': Jf : 'r -

w'T' if the meeting wduld"permit- on the piftheior1iin rights ;feelTngV of the!. tjJJi t cf iu. .t r.the I. Ji 'whea. -' .. ... r- II4 ;g

,o1dre1, I gratified to.t!i\1t 1m ili ..9t the 'L&..',,f8.&LE.' J
constitute t ,. 1"
men the_aoul of the.D D ir2. '.'f ;J.Wf; ; 1
iion was received wit mnchap* ., tic Jhij r. vu .lr. a Own ". 'f. .f< .
organization. th re.'t' 'J 04't T : vi 't t5t| Hf>J *.*CTut fT U '."' :wanf1. .*M 1Ji. ,4iw M,*, RIg 1OD..was IIII&, .JU'Up w.IIU"._.AA6--1'. 'tJilII"JUI.lJJ t -. > 4' iT n ,.
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read and t- --* '
letter highly. Tho- 5.y**JS *v *-t -** *t 1M
the was applaur Whigs of the g inIoMbMtt 'i ;
,; 'northern Staleswho -7Ji : 'J
; :-are jportaat office ir ho coUld/.orjWouldj condescend .tGr. ,wJw. b f
: :)11eJi on motion, it was unanimously* supporting Taylor *nd Fillnrore-,. are aa active 'tci stoop' .thesat.lfcti 1 1 r't1 t t iin b.tftIe1tti IiW1t it- >a14.TI I :_ : '
; Uhe letter of the Hon. Mr.Yukc1e and compact in their hostility as the Barnburners -: -eijit d hj iot.1fub1 1"AeEaaU "t WfSt
who'Support 'Van:'B4 '"'nd"A.da'ms.1 the ..tri51ature"wit. n l d fjdJJ .Ucataflaua1bgobthe caS li Lu : .St J23i i)1t$6tlthOt' i 1:1
: _id published,together with the proof Cass and his j rif.1 'r 'h d' but as I dislike be neWo ; ,
', supporters are levelled with _. a' .l Jiin iotj1abai. thua Uirustupon the pub. :
this mee U ng. equal sternnessaud virulence by northern whigs med, to put on&}-pair b' ld\Bpectacle8 that lic Qd* I 'Jeagthned out this toanimiMraaimi -' lP12a;l $ &msgg; i.

. 'd&t.A1drich then addressed the assembly in and Barnburners upon:the express ground that'his .bad beth cbfainlidV- 3rit"r 1 nIttioflmurklongerthnI.t d Th "Wih1l,.Dd.si. ,., of !! J2.'
clandestinely j s f
election opposes barrier, p.intoa ( 2oa3bIpi38: ;of '
: decant and chaste manner, rivet- to the Free Soil q Tann. ar I '
OWi7 moyevent as they are pleased to designate. .It''iSri b ce' rth ifls> f ) ; 4; iwill conclude by saying that!dUckim any : 1'li btt .Noith-F. .. 'ft t
of all by the Hand and Tf
W lie attention gen- their assaultlupon; the ; ha tlOI refi.ctiiig 'be bit of B -T.iati W'Gf J
Liberty of the fitetes.'The mong. our would-be-gentlemen ;to?Jsugh stats, 1fpon. pnate chars, "' TofeftV j 1
.ttntftltjl in which he elucidated the dockkg argument pressed alike .Whigs and Barnburners crackers for getting drunk;and h6w'they"cheati.: t M'Cabdl. % or'fia .otner, fdtot W 13lLis: t 18 :: ,'.i: ** #waw'of. .
in the non-slave one of the pabb :I claim the oTcaSvaS M h8i B :
Pcmoeratifl party. holding States, : ; Bright q iIu4
,if the against ed Toi
us dut'of our i Y We'acknqwiedg TihecornJ J1
sing t1 Eut
Cas, with meat carneztHess.ahil ;MnCabelIpnWa>'Mr In the extftise of 8B 1j aat a TinRa
called inaiuteotts emphasis is h
Mitchell being oh replied + f -.4 1. I
f.C. A. that he ,pledged to *etv tire,WilmctsPrttiiOj ,.H .;It has', < J A 1"-\- ( ,dr.
iitJ 4V.--i- '*ltJfi* > f&t. < 4 _
dignified manner. Theme t- haft. The We j
and ; while Van Bnren 'is known there, jwwarer 4at ffrttflected ba1raa 'l .
: >to bcij and Taylor,' were persons, and some;wUteb claimed tobegentlemea"aud : ? ( 'Eaa .it :
of hour is asserted be the exercise of th- 1 ,1". then took a recess an to partake of to pledged to signe a bill con-, to \ tightf A"S' : t3SjofEit.e I; ,
hf Rirbecnethal had been IN'pucd for the'O-' mining it, if d"by "Congress. The 'ent ,**.--". ( 't> jitraBge* Bay, sotae'promln-*"f f : 1 :'TIa Nortb7haf' Fracti '' :! m..
s ofthe ; men in Temperance 86brF.i1 were quiteiJiU \.T 1'in ".i1tt31 4Tl B5gffiia ft;of RimgV2rB7: i-3l Kf
convass- and the : i. : j
y* necessary effect:: "--i-.: s,,: 4.-i='Jif t -. :-' ,-:'t--l\-t- _. otf
ttf00s. ?. ofjantagoimm parties, has thrown Cass and conspIcuous in encouraging 'nato. drinkand ) -- West ..-;Non&iii.*Ol1lt "t J
1rhlcb, .J. A. Peden was colled on the mass of his friends in the at the cfuarttr ; :
jJWr north into the at. came time depriving us of our votes,and A Ji. l.t'ba.ct. .fSi.. :
red on the stand, amid loud cheers titude of champions and defenders of # tion26To'wnshIpl2. d.. 21'L J
tppe justice.to giving us vote Instead of thbie.we intended __ '..
114 the South. kj; to ,...q.-, .'HoI"/W. 'f- L 8 and l j of, r U v <> ; i
It ig 'TohdJp 13 .
a pleasure : : -
fan theerowdCtI: Under these circumstance I far -T te. The notoriety the ,persons most:conspicuous It'f 0 of]Range 24 .M
orItheabt0 manner in which he viudica- feel dishonored one, would : :1f 1t,2tJ : J-The.: W'eSt' '
ti myself And recl'emt if '.1 held in-sueh conduct, points them out bet KLSSaiaJWKquired J'

i she Democratic faith, and the blight he cast back while blows were recieved and dealing by terth'an if Uifcy were called by'names.. AH the BEGS. ..LEAVEj and to.inform itsvicinitytbatb the citIz e nOf !Lots r U,and: Jp J3 sfR5n24z ; : !; :: .1'
has i2ofeet
of its a He eon- northern friends on our account. No! whatever favors Q.u 21 Toiizshf l13 i
sophistry J
toa the be views of crackers ask at tbeelectjons,js,'Jt jredo opened. an'establisluBent next door to.the,Post otBage24E. : : ., : : E
our the '
t3iidi and retired from the stand at sundown, may for the fut.urc this past, or is apprehensions drink too much,'to btcp..from picking! 'our Office,wheffi bfi is preparfed to execute all man- 'be South atquariet.t eai 2TaV 4 ,
deafening Applause of the audience one duty plain, to oer of work in hts'lioe/Jf b i..:He Ihi3Sfflap24 ; it :!
the pledges .;.. .
-i with full pockets.fit votes ,
support our weight those who are oar ,or getting us to show them ";" 7
himself to'
make pti :
: ''ganaeHi :in the llii j aDd 14Ot8e
''ea oti D itwasv fighting our battle in tie very mi4st of the.em and give us in:return those we did not intendto ,and thai up made.in ihUestabUahment venr.bcstmanner & :0;t".! J ;p

fetthtd That the Secretaries of the me. cmy. To desert or betray them at this June' vote! We shall ample'eatisfactlon to 1 ":{ ",o .j .
crackers were raised. to think give as fit blah; 1.--ha1r.t :* ir t
,0:41 .
ture will leave O
us not only without friends for ,' W" .
to make out a of theWeeding A small supply of cloths will rR. .ft.. '.' .
libe' requested copy the future but unworthy to have them. that agcnlte'maavshould he of better stuff but good be kept:on "'. -" "Ho ... .- ..": ..! "Jo

) of the same and send it ,to thejiduonville 1 do not say that the success of Cass, irfll end it appears we are mistaken, and_know.nothing require band,which, f will Terms 1 .be,increased cash occadoa'aay;_ -. Ja. .th: t .. >r7..z: "r.1 ),

News for publication. our struggle or bring us I do not be. ". t : .tM rt q' I-IIIII
peace. Dfthe. tiquet.te fthe day. 23 1848. # 1
JactsonvUle Bept 4t
; ,, price of.t
the meeting adjourned. : lieve it wilL But it will be. a step towards it. 25pemasr .jPufdf "m, Ye

OB notion WM. CORNELL President. It will give ascendancy to the iaHu-oce most favorably ONE'OF. THE-. _.' CRACKERS- r-'a? -, .- -,* "X to aJ'owba1tcukaha. -. .- -.- -f.L...4-i.."-.'.I.i. .

inclined and will thus facilitate the CARD.. .. twelvemontb& ?*; t;- u..XiI.. f 'if. i

JoB G.Ruaoo1'f, ) Secretaric8. ultimate settlement of this now angry controversy [COMMUItICATED.J: LADY, :desirous' of loealiag.in Florida* T -'*.- JOHN"UAnDJI1-.u:; .,:! ,, ; 4

WILLIAM HICWIAH J upon a basis consistant with justice, anda "All she Spile. .i. again"' 4lfae ...I..." A and who has had several y ara. experience; v' LH.; UD .Ex ,..J" i1

-C- happy continuance of the Union. Upon the ; Ma. EDITOR:Before ,Mr.,.Bryant'.made his 'as a:'Teacher- of the Higher Branches of an ,ot .ty otlob} f1 :. i
.a.gut .
LETTER OF MR. TULEE.ST. other hand, I fear that the success of either of impotent attack on.adopted citizens a Mandarin English 'Ediicati 1i; with 'French, Masie,,'and 26th, 1840. : 11 1

the other tickets croujd render an arrangement Embroidery wishes to be employed in an Acadi No.TheIqj4aetajd, ani Ocala Arv .J ri
AUGUSTINE, Sept 6th, 1848. of our differences so far difficult ., called. aside a r&peCtableGenium, who. emy fox Young Ladies or.to bear of some heal will please publish the above, till. tie fay otaJ ; ..3

L D" H-I; am obliged to abandon the and impracticable as to threaten existence resides lathe, precintand told him..that its thy Tillage in whioh'she couJd'est&b1iaha SchOOL: DdHAdthclI'.aceountato "tff ; j

fcope being with you on the i/th. It wouldlire of the Gorermneot in its present fottB. J canJot' must not feel offended anything might Every desirable preference; and all further in JOHN.BEARD, 1l. .JI''i: .

been truly gratifying to mingle again with :upon such an occasion venture into detail, fall from him against foreigners,"for be meant formation, may 'be.,obtained "by d addressing H ., POB .; S- : ;.
the many 'old and long esteemed friends who but it is perfectly plaa to my observation that (post paid) P. BELL. Charleston 8.' C. ? i -.A.LE. T < r ./ I i

jgjfcjsemMc at Ocala renewing the assurances while the general ming ofthe northern Democrats 'fall fee should fay to applytO .t q frith,. and .Sent.23, >848. \ St THAT tbe DESIRABLE TRACT ;OF LANS' 1
is to a that not to the GensfflM." A of East, aide cf the River 8t;Jataa/
.f regard, and interchanging views upon fair'adjustment of the northern whig, ;this'vicinitywas --- about miles J.
wi below
tie present momentous crisis. 1 still promise whigs is adverse to any adjustment shortof spatched after the speech, to siRen it Bui.ay1Cht. containing twenty-two the city of Jackjoavflle, J ';r l
some other occasion absolute surrender ,by the south-in this COMMITTED (22)) acrea:oore or tear: :: .'It0
pleasure upon ,
IIpt1Cthe down, and repeated the same thing-"it was all bounded as follows: On. the'North, by pariot '
convenient.Xerer respect coinciding with the Barburners. ,
be mutually Hillsborjough f i.
that may County, a Negro Man- Parkor :h
in the eourae of my brief connection There are many other considerations,.which intended for the Irish, not a find of it for the t. ays feis'name'is BI'1 t-had on tattered PublioXands on/tHe South-Tract, on the Eutbj t .t
till hoc mind been much to apprehension render the of Germans!" ti11.lAnd of Will
public my so my support Tay ; .elothes--one shoe-five feet five lam Barton and on the West r Ci
tie .
mwtssed with anxieties.. The successive deyelopeelents lor and Fillmore utterly unsafe and injudicious This, is the party .hat.affects. to be offended inches high-heavy set right foot half off.Says OntbepIAit1ieyejs by sgoodDweui.Job'River. i1
of the last two have been upon the part of the South und which he is }
years strong if it is called I" What ,a Blacksmith-by trade and that,he, with juauas front and rear and aft thc. ; 1"
"unprincipled will asaryontbuildizigi .
ujUrtling, and the evident tendcnccs these ly recommend to our favor the opposing ticketof any belongS ftb'.JohirrL'Engle; Owner'will come ihoocLcrder.. : .'ot\

rcsti so threatening, that it has been difficult Cass and Butler. I cannot now present all honorable or decent man think of such shallow forward, prove property, pay charges,and.take ful and healthy iituation, and Isabeaati .

ifi fiithful public servant to perfom his duty of those that weigh with me. One only 1.will tricks as this M? him away. JOHN T. HOOKER,Sheriff. city, and being .entirtly; contiguitytl 1troa. the :!
und at the same time main- advert to because the question it involves is of By Bin'HAGtEE. Sheriff. they Lj
be ,
Deputy North
;! emergency, The truth of tbe above statement I can prove .East.wind*, rendr&a, most::desirable .
,with his adhesion to previously the first magnitude. 1 allude to the proposed Sept 23,1848. '
1 grace any tf residence .$
from the .persons. intending.
lipS'ot'the.'wrdttd' German. pipe&gjbej. 1
consolidation I send : if'
njtnixed political combinations. For my own of t He powers of the Government winter moth itbIl1a. r.

jst I frankly confess I have found it no easyteito in the Legislative department by the virtual you my name. _'.TRUTH. IB. Moarpc Cfr'eit'Court| I terpa, please'apply'at,l pUce v **.",.1Fpr -J ].f '

determine the proper action for myself, absolvcmentof w&at is knofi as the weto power. F S, :I have not heard whether the gentleman '''STATE: OF FLORIDA. o'ur&herebcL KlNG8LEIverto; ,. "
difficult and delicate afford When this important Executive ; ,
edequally sng- functionis K_ ft. :
told any Irishman that it was all meant GIBBS,.AW1" 4atFortOeoigIj
ts Oft for the cision of those of my fellow poralized, the south will have losttke principal Angelo Lope. ) 'LJ :It'J
shield "for the Germans, and not a word of it the re. > BiJJJforDifOrca S ,I. =
oiams and fricude who have appealed to meflrmj which the constitution furnishes for Tac 'tJ .2,'.184 M \

opinions Sincerely attached, from con- against the domination of a ire powerful sec Irish", but if I .should find .this Qui I'will ,let Maria Lop e. ')'. : :. _- $ .. -: "T'. J :.

etion, to the principles of the Democratic tion._!. To_ aid io tlie. immolation. ._ of..-this defense. yon know. ,'., ., B lIE proof having" been made to nti that the I ..l ...-. Jf' r., tdi" "". t_... ]r .
?tvnnd, united by a common sympathy with Will ue surrender fcerselt a willing sacrifice ; Defendant in the Bill filed in the'above : 1 1..1
___ T'BE.VNDEBSIGHEDha" oeea sPpoin$ t
I ----1-: J| A A W. i < ;;
-. Sbe numbers of that'party.-yet. regarding the at the altar of northern aggression' and northern I [FOR THK KEWS.] ;iuc resiaes oat or me state or '.Florida, It is .. : uccrcv.oi vne y'lrcuitiVotm\ jit 1

fitsUon ofthe equality (f the Southern States powers, of course the veto could not. be Mr: Editor:-I must again hereby Ordered.: That a hearing be had onthe for.the'Countylof Duval.atid State t.F1oricJa..a !
r, ttthe: Union to be eminently vital, and, there- dispensed with safely beneficially for any of more in columns and'only once facts charged'in said Bill on the first Monday Speeial ter.m ce 1zlt Job..1 '. 1. :
a place
all other considerations of current the States or sections but request your ;as rill May: next that if the Defendant do C. e.ClHo i.
fcre, alive any considering the. rerite no more. 'The Editor1 of the and not ap Pelot 1d.Carl It Pelot AdininItrat .,
I folicj, I determined to made that issue thepredomneiit pregnant causes .of dissonance and antagonism apparently offers me the"amende Republican honorable" pear and answer said Bill by said day, the same James D, J elot.dceased;against.the eaeditqi: ;, 1'3 '
I rule i. action. The rapid between the north and South be taken aa cwfc$" of tb 1- j
my as now developing tor his late attack Rd at the same time takes 'against'her. Provided, eatate of said James D.Pebt to 1&.IIa_ ;:
: growth division upon this question has shewn the most fatal error, in my view, which : tTJiat.a icopy of this order be published insomepubior account of the amount of assets ford] tI

tonr likely it is to absorb nil others in its pro. the south can commit,.will be to assist directly', marks opportunity abojjt makfog commanication.sog e stwageni I wish;f-be newspaper of'this State. for the'space of in tie bands of the Baid-Adminittratanu M4l ad!PMiW et '11- .'

gress. \lIt. coiiirethe JItLt'1irt events ot the or indirectly in the prostration of this'eminently would 'evince "moral my "' three months before the,day appointed for laid, the amount doe respectiyely the credits of tf
co rag to'come.
ime 'niay oblige the Southern States to adopt defensive and. conservative/ provision!. of the out and say distinctly what.he does enough mean- if agtntfayanly I'I hearing:. .,* 'l -.a* e'JOS. LANCASTER FlorikTHOS. ; said estate,Notice is,,hereby gina to;all pa*.J : } 1
*honor arid self preservation, is a subject of constitution. apology ao-but dpnt ; Judge So.C1r ni t'State"of ties interested. That a bearing wfll t Jaad*by; ;

trave import and deserves the deliberate nnd With sentiments of warm regard, for my. with one breathWd ray insinuate withthe apologize'next.This F. KncoBoUcftorfor 5 *' Complainant tSept..ll184S. e-ai Special Matter 'tt",in'.racbmniUhi, .,

eirlv consideration .of the whole South. My friends in Marion, and among thc.wiJr yourselves is certainly a greater'lack of" noral courage '. ,- ;. '3ra. Tuesday. ,the.1 10tadyjof October, _1 A'MyrbJen k I .I ,

4infopinions upon the subject, humble as they through whom the invitation. communicated than coming out Openly and above- ..creditors will be required to pretesaccof ire ,

are and unimportant as I tJ them to be, I may boord", and my avowing my real sentiments 'nnd QQQaW-ar.-.... 'v lfel'rQ J"' "au.--. ., fl* j ?pgOt4l7 proper.a eacft,L.D] f .

take some early occason to jtscpress ; less, howmr -" J remain I respect fully declaring that "I will continue.to indulge and *. OOmJITJ'ED. JAIL,an the 12th J udicstzon; or tlt. be wujrea from an aJ1cnwi." 'J

with the hope of affording useful c .ume lOur fellow citben if'ttt'eJs- be assert nay OP RIOn." !/0 which I .: day,of. September, .a;Runaway Negro thereof! &AUGUSTUS C.GnJLETT,-11 "t ,11
thamrith tJUI purpose ofiuducing public dis- D. L. YULEE.To ., now adhere .uJode.ot'A:1aking the famende' TBoy;:says hie name is,John, and that .- .Special terInCci.i 44 II 1

wssion find eliciting the judgement of wiser J. G. R&AKDON, W.J. SPASM, Committee.COMMUNICATED. honorable. and at the same 'time breathing: m be belongs to John C Houston, .at Fort Jackwatille, September 2 ,. .4ir : .s

Hen in the State. Mellon. John is of black : ;
.calumnious reflections, something new in the a comple;len,an4 baa .5ilELbIic- :-<- i
I But, in the meantime, a present luty is de- [ .] code'of honor. It is o0reWt is "unmanly ungenerous a mark on the' left corner of the left .ey, ..TheOner $ii4!, ,.. ; ? If, ;.t; :

wived upon"us. In regular constitutioualgimion pro- if not "base." If the Editor did not will come forwa4piiy-charges, and take ON the fir' *Monday of October next,at I*, '11

f an election must take place in Novemicr A ITord from n Cracker intend to,reflect these epithets do not apply him away J.A. BABBEE. Jailer.Jtcksonville .. : clock M' at thiB place near.1djjuva1coonty ;! S 19

f, text, for President of the United States. NO. H."We but if he did then, 'they :must be, taken rfor; Se..10,1848..", .tfSJX I tbe' known' the Hall .PlaceJTfa?, : i, }
florida AS one of these States must declare her. Crackers botJi and Democrat toerly resUencepf James and Dorosbj HalL> '
Whigs ; what worth. I shrink from
they are nojre ;l
: choice. The duty is imperative, and is attended ; '' ,' olfcCJ, at present occupied by G. W.Walton) 1 aI1 "
that Iassume., A acts and
agree on one point, wtiich is, that it wasunjustin sponsibility man offer fort sale the interests Estateaot. .
at this juncture with an unusual interest ofthe that incites him to .WEEKS after date 1 of the ,
we may judge motive shall pcabs.application .13
the la1l pajl'and ,
Whig Congress to their General, es Dorothy HaD 4
: Jetcnnincd, *s :have been, from an carly pass the act or the object had in view,:and however .! to the Son. Judge 6T Probates for said deceaa ed.hltUj I: i
; ate in its agitation to make the presidential Bankrupt Law crackers understand anything place,piece or parcel of JancJ biennia .
well we may be satisfied cf ijt our own minds, : County r Letters of Administration Hall J
place near
Mandarin in t
i question subordinate to thejone paramount is- about our constitution, and they presume not yet none of.us would be willing to snear to his I upon the Estate of Joel Boss late of said county Dtttal, and also about 20 head of.thcimzy1d eUtla0

tueutrhicli 1 have adverted, 1 have heretofore to know much. But :b'clicvc our forefatherswho intention as fact, yet we may believe what we ,deceased. ARCHIBALD CARAWAT.Bept Said property to< be sold stock 4 I
under decree
trtU.d it and yet regard it as of&econdary invJwrtancc. a ofthe;
please. The act constitutes the premises, 1C, 1848. 6w Circuit Court for St '; ,
framed the constitution intended it I Johns Inca ,
4 e} and .ujr teljef does not amount to a' ,charge,1' Andrew D. 'county *"' :h I
But it is still important. Its bearing to be XBade to rcjiere i for the use. &0. comnfchw. .. 1
upon a-cap trap Congressmen and consequently is but "an inference drawn !TO FISHERMEN. ant upiDst Edward B.Aldrich ;
tte future, although not decisive, cannot be and their friends from debt., contracted long before from LLe premises. It is adaiitted that Mr.Cabcll GEORGE ndan'-.f. ; 1
Wkerwisc than influential. Indeed the action pubushed two editions of his pamphlet Tb. AjB .rfeaM Tttt and TTviB. BfdBiifk" B.4FamBANKS ',. 1. I
the passage of the law. The constitutionsays . 8pecWMa3terInCb; t, -.
bf the &lh noi.t.:5
8 election
upon the presidential and I am entitled to "draw my own inference"from 1 f Img Cmpiui7f : .
.N l
!forms,in my views, one of the steps, in the scrj that no.ex post facto lam or any law violating jt especially as the Editor of the Republif 1 WM. STONE,-Aorar,. Sept2184& 5t '. "..-; '.,' .. .. t

j,of movements. by which our rights are to be the ,obligation. of contracts shall ever 4>e can and,Mr. Cabell exercise the right in General io.56 .Commercial Street,.Boston,:Mao. 1iIusba1s: Sole.- :' : _. ..\ Ii .f..
\11t1ci My-viadicated, with a full regard to all I passed. That bankrupt hw .not only yiolated Cass case. : The Editor has taken;a" jr.t"'e t.o
.f. :.ExecutiollJ iGi
FOR SALE-Seine Twine for Fish i t :
finding issues,. as well as to ulterior raovett ; : OFFERS B r ,. .
and Sut of his
false,position own month : ih. .
; ; ld DiStrict co"t. t jlj
ttU.. I am prepared: t<> catt-my vote for Cass the obligation of contracts, actually destroyed will condemn him and' that inferi I rtl ;'n Gilling Twines"bf'alldeicriptions IT.D1t" s" e't .
,J tMcontracth, that made under former prove my -CorkaLeadt..''B.openi&*.,!&c. thbrthernDijtnctofflorLIa. ,.t.and to BM.If'. .
t Boiler, .and fchnll do it without doubting, were -"foundation'i.a fact" and was'a'fairnatujroi i ; :
i .
: en e / ted i and delivered inrBara .
of againsi:
mi with clear conviction that its right lawti. It is .true that.some fine.coats and ,'and legal"inference.9. In the Repttbof I Also/all descriptions Nets and SejneTur; I have'levied .' and, shallsellat'Ar U'''. .t"I .
I tleNets and SeinesFishing Seines with'andwithptit upon, pablioase
terdially npjirovcd titu-coui'vc adopted by bakers bills :d off the 'Sept 7th he admits-r-fTbat two editions of tion in front 11; .6
Ue tlorida f'rc'p by bankrupt act. bags- -Cast Nets, &. &c. Persons m ,oftheCpurtllouse, in the,*itjS
in the Convention ntltanore 1.
Ddegnticn the 1J
Mr. C relating to
other conduct would in after the act'was passed, but the bulk of the the circular Winthrop want caii have Air BiscRirnoM of Net'or Seine'made Jacksonville between_the hours of.10 a,za.and : ; :
;no my judg- veto were pjepai-ed., &e do not doty"-and yet 2p.mn.ofthi first of *) p ; l
to order and shipped to thsiraddress- Monday September:next .
enthate Lt-eu consistent with their instruc- debts were contracted before the passage of the he intimates-"UiatjtJtie.charge has no foundationin .
named '
they will pleaso name length depth and size of a Negro 1'
tiollor the well understood sentiments. of their. law.. After the Whigs had received the benefitof fact!F And in the last Republican he admits mesh in. their orders.. Letters, ,of inquiry two ehildr i, ROBERT NIEBif1.\ S; H

*td n.f.it.ttwy.tke,correct Subsequent ness of their events views and have actions.v ndi- I the law, they repealed it. If it had remained in the it original again and edition gives and tte tells sentence us where as it to was fit; promptly answered by mailer otherwise. : By his Deputy, -G..HcacnuxraMarshalV -- /:'J. : .1'

in forceit would have answered the Boston Ma*&, Sept.9 18483m Office; ::1 I t
believe same :
that 4f the South iad asked with a. it in the transposed edition. I will give it as it _. Bt Augustine 22 ;w .

tflh&l Toicfj their brethren in the Con- good purpose hero as in other countries-to is in each editions and then'we can see by'com -- _50TWE. ",-:. .:''Iheabovesa1eIspostp,July ,iS48.j ned' ,.. ,, 7 fP; 1.
I II ;
ttfltQii & distinct recognition of the doctrine prevqntpeople (ru.p1.ping n debt beyond their parison, if there is a differcncesnd'each i 8' HEREBY GIVEN to aH f1oDl biterdted, HoUda1. .Ncmmber n.xL .- j !! t.
t ; .
btteirginjs Resolutions of 1847, the Demo- means.of payment but the Whig we "means something, dr nothing," as the RepUblican That the Subscriber. ,widow Samuel M. G..1IUMPHBEYS"'I\a.M..J- : iha"- ,:: 'i r".' .1".
eratlC party planting itself as in times past up- ; say. would have us believe. The first reads- Elliot, deceased, has ;filed in'the Probate tot ; -CWA'.L z1atnsei. P tQ.I''J. "- .. .5 ,.4 t.J' ,
; ; .
0)the Constitution of the cout try would have might not get credit ag\P.- > J* V- <=* ** jfc Gonntyberpetition for dcwer and '. --- .; .- r
< "It is web.known to those who are engaged, Columbia L h !.
L4oited he issue, and appealing to the justict1illgCflc4 *,i' 'The Whigs of our State Jjegiflatiye zc determined in. this unholy purpose; .to stir 'the blood and, that.the;will apply for'the.assignment;thereoin'ohe r .issoi.UTieif. '.-', i: -i t
.l !! of the American people would month after this date-----------\ .. .' :':" .4 .J
to keep their hand in on.the Tariff exasperate the feelings of the South on this delicate .- _u_ hiilRCOPARThBslm e* s .
dtitt4e :
gla.1 the hearts of ev patriot, and I question and have imposed an indirect, Export subject slavery that the object-of.the -,W.FITCHETt.-- I ,.ing under the firm.DELL;& .: J;
MtoouMifcd ,
tlic-union of the States Oh, yes! : Abolitionists canbeobtain&1a: far as'.th rcr.erence. ( ilir,9,4&: : Int: ,. day.dissolted by ntfliCOtTh'.'. l'J
tbeLr.anner Tariff the. lumber the St. \ j : fBiaess
inscribed with the issue of' on getters.on
just ; poor
f is concerned without of the will be t
thelr.pctltlODlJ a concern settled by WIIHaai I i iDea
pt1.of the States, and their voices raised Johns in the a ape.ol a pjccuil\ bill for the pro- vote(fie lougei simply by.presenting them Estate of ',Crispin ,.Morgan;..eei' sAll pefsoM indebted to the concern wHi I
old repablican shout of Constitution I.. teetiqn ofthe Pilots on the St.Johns Bar,which' at the Cleik'stab1L.-. "They have been repeatedly *xi.A LL Persons Six Weeks interested from:'are the hereby date notifiedH! pled* eomo forward and. ,nake. settleswatswUa. I i 1t i) j'
That -
tkts how could it have been other- lt
.'1St! from its high rates, has the tendency bleep' referred. The Committees have in all cases shall ''to the'Hon. 'James 8.'J 1 .. .W.DLT .. ..
ntf would have triumphed and theJQb1. -, .reportedtliein back'to the House:and asked .apply ; Jge C.RAIN. f
..oqld have been at peace.. off vessels from coming in hereto hunt freight.' to be,discharged,,: ntieirconaidsratIon.-,: of Probate for Columbia County.'for Letters of'Administration : ".NsrnTmeTIAii9,184&- ''i.Jlft1 t J 'jj .;

*ot teUd with the action of the ccnvea-; Its well'known the pilots have carried vessels is Pzs : ontbiEstateot ,Crispin. ,Alor.. 1" .\
ti I OqS for the first rights of the South, This, hccyeIz1d. !. ( r 1 !.gait late of aid county,d ce ed* : __' .. ''l ::.. R I i.l r'i,1I.a ..;f10\J .
.b5ert&in or he direction which rapidly derel- out for half what is allowed by the bill passed- Which evidently,means,that they are reported ..' X-- ." "h.d' -. -:DMllEVA.MORGA2i.iNOT1CE. .. :WEEKS.after date,J shall 1.1fo> tl... .
J.b events would give to the action of par- in their favor. We cannot agree to the Whig bqck without, action,and, I:conclude.ie _a;h "_Alligator- August 5,.1848._ ;;- ';. .' eir .:'.. ,iQ y 'of" Probates:for Colunvbia. -cr Coofity/v "1

"J1. ted with anxious suspense to see the doctrine, the higher thela iff the ,lower. .the'goods : natural death; This'.position, b-.Q1jcdi able: ., : .'. r ttJr .ett rsxif:Adminiatrataon.. :ontheirta4of! .* !
to no latitude. *?. if- : ., ,;! .\ :, Milton.W.Manson:Jat.e-oisaidCD oC ti
th&Y of4uty clear before rae. 4As n democrat,. b.at we obliged believe. the higherour : > -, dgcpmi :j., "
no&tious But now for the transposition in the second j .APPLICATIO ;.will"bemade to .ttenextr j : : :i: .. ,JOHN. DAVIDSON.. ..:,. 4
b p1 gcs of contained the Tialtiraore in' the Contention resolutions, port charges the less purchaser can afford edition.;jit reads as follows 5:y 5t *:* ) ; .General? 8njtoWy Florida for enact' : :. 1(.- ri_; lug. 2.:' Sl .- ,:.w.s- .:.t.: t'iz'1A '? ;

dy lrQu\fl of have' nded to give us for bar timber. 'We": ink, that lt is well:kno*Vto .tb&e'who are:dgaged; ,incorpoiatid.. rise a company to COBBtruct.a : J :
course : out of thehan in thiitdnh'oly" purpose 'to stir'the blood and. 'Rail.Road from Cedar Key,.at:aom. rAt J 1ihts1 j'a.NOE1ce 1''f- !i "I'J'
Jbant But taUo ,
confidence nnd supportl as it was wrong Jt h.at power lJi ** &**- : .xsy :
this eligible point oa the Gulf coast; f : ha11&JPl7t :
?1't eetlOf'taOnthern and observation.St:1te1 I saw After reason watchful to pause of.the rprt Warden;?, #& >e.re the,very,rbcst, delicate exuperth&feeUgsofthOiithOn. subject'of Blavery;that th'e object of ihe! ry'ai Biver{orsome eligible jpoiiAugustus *;, ;:Six; Judge orProoAles: f%..Columbia Couaty.;. .

ofthe ,matter ia the port and see' .. It.ortJie StrJohD''m1'er.".> J-- j... 'for I4tterfAdtnisttiononthe'Et teof ;- .
: judges nisfa jban, e ob ne so far afthe re- _
rate 'of all that F '
!? consideration jhas ;
t:? 1'1 icft. Washington with 4hefirmVs l I there was imposition, practuied. 'j' tenri'pf fh'eirpe'titions.... iat .J, iii.a ,,th ui : ,'1848/. .i:8iif. --t-t. J .i Richard-Pryne, =, late of said JOlIN'unty\=e'.. "' to. '

: & o *.H .wa duty to c* troy T0te e.with ihe.report r QJ'.SeI1&tQrinj.h 'fTote'ortJi lI .1' t pSEIIt1n them T.Yut&'Black Filet Alj gdo.8ewiDg' '. V'
*my, jve .cannoi.. sgc ".. r w 'i2 i&-t 1'r..ft.: -
ior e Ue I \ nominated Baltimore-and I fjitr 1 last* J"f --' -* *>Sr.*" that tbeCrerVstablfcfiey have been' epes11e*: :JLl silk do!VMisses.HQsepTbMaU.lace ;But .- ..",-..".ft, -p. k4
General Assembly .we wen. .
1 referred.; TAuu hicoiusi __" JU. Mfi.it v.; ,"r S ..
bl f ethAt thVgoutheWsCates owe it j so : approved BobbrnK Cnwk&'CambriDrSj m S1.1. .J '. : :' 1
,1L7 to elect ourStatjudg&WwawsingrathCr I' M': WvaTh7".v'-' : / 1''i ..
qualified IcitNet p
. SwtssBglng FigaredBobinet
utr.tdt t nibti ahdthemsclveSj !n.re "' '!*J' 'r't tf.1 .;".. ;& &t&tv-pxfirt i" ; ; S :aIIa 'zor7 ;
;;r)/evefy considerstioflofjUZticCicilOflO!, r a.poor.conpliwentone.i7b1gI! 1MWinti2r leth. moth ; Shell Bide Combs;Dressing da;.Children'* 'B'< .J' ;I.. .

. Mto throw their weight! )with: decfc who elected him,but[t is a question between him in whicU. :the' :.aooliti tw&tC ''ai:obtain L Neck.do.' Gents L.B Cotton'Bhirts':Bleached I -mr-.l.&l"u< l .. "T' _: aaat:1l 11
their:objectv: Does this not make Mr.Winthropan dBrown/Bhirting .OinabTirs: .L.i i
ip11Meriect ih at'Sii
, faooftIiattic'kct uu4them,,.. We,Democrats think I we onght) ., ,. .*wi e _
.\ tt ibipnSgible for we to pass through it heesecn9 abolition$lir at least' favorable .to, their ',SripPnstat&: .:& :" .1 ,.: lite of said county 'deceased;."" .;";:AL .
$ofth late session of Congress; have the: power,and are 4 qualified to tiercisel iCproperly. views;" Ai3 does this,sban 4i: irit Was congenial -> Just received and fo" *alt byJuly22. I :' ', 4 tV "' fr'JOSB / : 1HfllsborOQgh it

tt5- ._convinced that whaterer ,Ctsym-J' -. I ,.4. ; ... ,All T we 4')-'fI t q&*'"' f thiBi 3->* ciiisot' .-"*.-*._ for>l* rfttao5phcr a/id intended L. tf L..t..c'uaDD County, ft _I/.l" 1 P

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N theA1tICC of MEDIClAflLlflWEILY periorlWjanyasold ?Ijeures iseasc without
? t ,',andfor .theINSTIWCT4ON OF; vovt ia jjatrgiit fUKeniag or&PiThthpi

It & 4 Li1L Lrn RtL pJ&E ,: WAvU WafttA* _.M" V J fora a. t .typr! .
: Patnts lro2flft disan e can e weil a corn- N9 temalewho-ju reasot tosu,
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I ;, y TOE' PRESIDENT- OF TIlE :( Tnodatcd/and off redsoriafcle terms;cither at the, .Tie grcat'Jbeau 1 and-supcriority-'of Barisaporilla'OTeT hdcbixigt1iat i4i

wlwirJJllITED STATJBS.tf t rIn iOccupy the'spacious*FIVE STORY WARE; .fidtels far Private FBoardingiHouse of tho city, !& :all x>thcr remedies Is/'lt fcrastcjt should neglect to _
HOUSE}No.56 CEDAR STREETthO wfcouc: and can receive from.thevSubsciibera such Medreciuire. r 1i icatcs disease,'it invigorates theU.i.bodyj .- a vei1ttve-for anytof.tbet
: of awI; JAMES K.dfcl dcvoted-'to the exhibition and rsale'
pursuance which is 4',1 consumptioBcurcd vcleanseland '-'ir:
:it : ,do hereby declarean maV4cnowBv P1ITED CAL1OOES s A'Utiiifcd 'nuTflbe OFFICE fTUDENTS| rt' to s mptio antboccured, years.byudng'iliy: irfeSl

that .public, sales.willbe held wilLsb&iteceived rfio willebesupplied Iwithj liver complaint -1esvluablec fore those --
'Stoelc-lcohsistSJ of Nearly.
Their present Bookst'Plates Ajjkpmicalj aiid, othecPreparationsiwill.be -4 r colJsjcoughS'cataflb-: pit- c womanhood, as it-is calculated
Land Offices in to
undermentioned d. '
at Tliousaed'Packages,
One ; ,
fegularly'examinedm.the,pr -' '?; (tlngofbloodj soreness in the cnest, ,by uickemng the -.blood, ')
..;;4 the STATX OF FLORID A, at the periods Embracing /THOUSANDS f of .different. OTess'of'fc&rltuclies: ,accdrding to' the mode bectief flash';Anight sweats,diffi'ar <* ysten. 1necdthljm1d tat

; iereirfafter,designated,lo ,wit : patterns anA.v: elorings, and comprising-FOREIGN everything" and; pursued'inf the'largtf N in the'line '
: 'S':; ,Jlt the l d office.at NennansTille, commencing desirable to compound jandLdispense.M6dicine3; .' t:; ,toTationahdpaiii : > It braces -wbelijstem

*oa Monday the-ninth of October, next, for DOMESTIC.aroffered* forsaleVfor cashyor il1.be1ntruct4 ithe.minpr prp :--: Iii th&side&c.' S ,T cntly,tho natural j energie..4,
of the lands situated within All of which the Ban. :- -- "iaveMid ** of _
%disposal public ti&LOWEST PRICES Me: 01' Sg n-B1 ding,Cupping,' r-t impurities thebody not
; i1r- T&t"undermentioned j tewaships and parts" of satisfactory credit- ,.*' uaging'c.&c: lMi'tU( 1' --' r '. anbe : the system as to produce a sneej"!'

. *;P1 townships vizSouth : bytho 4s K-rPerhap no'J'Privato vOfBce in'aujr'Amencan -- dl CflTed4X $ -tiowhichIs'the'tsj of most

of the base hue,and cast of the princip4a PIECE'Olt PACKAGE.* city Vill-afford a greater,variety of Aewjind;approved ;, M Probably there.nevdriwas remedy that hhs( for female wtakness and dize
; : "* 'meridian. New Styles""arc received almost every day, .remedies, or present. more.. .. practicalfaa' been so successful in desperate cases ofconsump- DISEASE. -OF THE iij .
The fraction township seven, situated east and many of them are got up for ourTowjtt sales, cthtieS' for" -stiaents.'' -1 '- tion as, this; it"deanscs tind' strengthens'' TURED .

of Suwannce river, (except Sections one,eleven and not'to be found elsewhere.. *- Trf connexion1-with this' department,5itmayJ system-and''appears to i heal the ulcers on the -- -

- .and twelve) and-the fraction ..of township jjr Printed lists '6f/priccscpTrexted from > statethat: .BOOU -aspossible-ran-. lungs,and i spaticnts'gradually regain their *. -OWNSE-Jea75j' 4 ?
tin, cast of said'river, (except Sections six, sey- day to day, with every variatiOiii.ntho market, Infirmary forjthc*recpption;<>f bpth-.Medjcal 1 and isual health and strength. 1 been afflicted with>a.diseaseoirith Jt

_i en) eighteen, nineteen, twenty and thirty-one,) are placed in the hands of Buyers. Surgical Patients will be ojjc cd, when students CURIOUS CASE '0 F'CONS(IMP T N.ThM : a terrible 'rUpflrefojqp;
olf rauge fonrteeit. Merchants will be jible to form BQtae idea oif will bav 'thd ortiinity of practically studying- the
e1 ; p is frcelyn dajxtss bnt thine re greater jpart of tie tim M
;:L Fractional township thirty-six range sevs'T the extent and variety'of burassortmerit, diseases.**' *$ *" tJ; TJSJi'1" Wnumb r"ofnredby troubled with'shortness ol.
"- stock
-tatebn. ? we statej'fhat the vame6ffjOur fnsual :of 41ri 1 t,4- thVuse of Dr.-Tdtttiseiid1 Sftrsaparilla.Theifollowfng ; tering of the heart, which

Townships twenty-three and twenty-four and this Qfis A1tTItL,1s; ; ; least"twic'e the value pf ..Tallahasaco, Augj? 1848._.,,. 111 was?recently ireccivcd.DiU .: .tessing;' 'nnd. haskfrequetly be
thirtnthirj8ixiry4eve3) the entire fBtbbk'of dry1 goods tisttallyk"ept'byour
fractional townships & *TafrNSENi ltetf **& *'For- tho"last her bcd. ,rTie
and largest wholesale jobbers], 'This fact. together .. < -rupture .
.thirty-eight thirty-nine range with: the fact that our nieans and our S IMONItOi. BOUNTY.' three years'I,, have beetf afflicted with generhl and severe 'She tried l st- .- -;
': eighteen..Townships.. twenty-three and twenty-four attention, instead of being divided nmong'dTast Benjamin Megin; V '* debility, and nervous consumption5*of the last secsc'with'bnt1ittlLad
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:c.4 fractional township thirty-one, townships thirtysix.thirtyseven variety of articles, are'devoted wholly jto'o'fcE, Tho iy, m **** at stdgc-and ally; did'uot expert to Cvefgahiririyhealth ineditjihe medicine taken shewas but'farce' bottl'f. -,
; : 'AfWir7goingthrougbJa'course'of entire1yreljeofth
thirty-eight and fractional will render the advantagewhichThec ii offer ,
Zt p
ana James Filor. j under'the *ci"some the distinguished of the and
Sawyer care most
thirty-nine of raugc.nineteen. to dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall beour heart, 'the1rutnrtfre3'disppeired.
T afildaTit that Thomas ? antt members '
visit appearing to me by regular hysi ian of the
the western that who jOur.establishment -
Townships twenty-three (except care .none
: ,Taylo n4the iloard ofHealtfr in N York'1 awcl-'elsewhere She has had the -
shall meet with' disappoi tm nt. / w also dropsy, ini % -
; tier of Sections,) thirty-one thirty-two, thirty- anjr
;; all bill Ieu in t e ,abov cause,,rstde oul of the end spehdingitlieI'rnoist! !of'my" earnings iri'at- much swollen. We Had toiuw'tit.
.. ; Six thirty-seven, thirty-eight and thirty-nine, Our assortment is complete at ,:seasons of
of range twenty. .- the year. ,LEE, JtrpSON;. & J.EE,, Stittf F1 dad ihitE thtsiid Thriaci'Tay1otrt4es tempting to'regairt my1 hcaltKind after read- be so benefited, as sh had such a cxtoJliS!
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id: ; -Townships thirty, thirty-one and thirty-two, P. S.r-B.: F. LEE, formerly; ,pf thjB.jRm ,pf Europc/qnd :thatithe paid Philip lag;in "some fpapcVof Vour Bnrsapanlla I resolved ofdigea8iBm i i ias,aqrtM Ml 5
,. ;!. 4>f range.twenty-one. 1OrcI.&;jiee and late senior partner' .theprir yer.resides.in.-the' ..State.of.Mississippi, mv id try it.- Aftcr1 nsSnfcsix bbtti s I'found Hdotteirie pear, relieved ncr of the&mr sun
:oie' iefehJ '
Kai .
*' ;fts. ;, said ( nta njppcar gifcat'good'aikticallexOtosee5you ntyoftr that this'statefflCDt'is '
frj Townships thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, ginal firm of Lee & Brewster, from .which': con.nection.he strange to
; thirty-three and thirty-four, of range twenty- 'withdrew'some time ago, has ieiith! find 'answer, the said 'bill/ & fyiairb'e office 7 i with-your advice' kept'onund; do rnlmost likofiction,-.hut it is. neter

:.;. I two. cd business in connection with Messrs. Lee.& taken'prot'confesso'A* a fuvJt most heartily thdnkiyoU'forybur advice;- I persevere rcalUy> Your Sarsaparilla IsfcertSruable

::.;?; At the land office at St. 'Augustine, commen Judson, and assures his ,friends that thp new ,is furthrrderedJJhat-a copyiof: thia Oft i rt.akingtlfc Sarsaparilla,and have been .. .medicineiaau ghoaW be.ua;
eirig on Monday the sixteenth day:of October concern shall have the same pre-eminence in dcr be published in.some newspaper printed' able attend ''tq'myusual Jabors"' forth lust .one thai is suffering as'we jhaftUJsbelieTe -

next, for the disposal of the public lands within this branch of trade, which formerly distinguislied the Eastern' Circuit of Florida, once a month four months,'and' lihope by the blessing of God this aecountr they w _,
i I the undermentioned townships and parts of the .other,two houses ,tp which he be for nine'months,'in reference to the said Thomas' and yoUr Sarsaparilla'to continue my*healtlr> call nt my.housb and have ocular dewMtft?
townships, viz : longed. June,25/1847. ly Taylor, and once .aweek for. four months,in It'hi1cd inc beyond the expectations all that yoursjirespectfully: ; reference to tho said Philip Sawyer ... know CHARLES
cose QUIMBY.
Z'1P South of the base line, and east of the principal 4
; A. M. REED JOS. U LANCASTER, Orange-Eascx Co.-N.JAugl1847.. ,
meridian. : r:: :
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> Judge'SolCircuiiofFlorida. -Slate oJxew rsei Efsez'Covrtty -5*. -Chas.Quimby JYSEFsz ,
nineteen and $ ] ; ; ,;
Townships twenty : ,
t I- cightecnj AS. constantly on hand a well assorted THOS. F. KING Sol. for Compl't.
:ad fractional township twenty-one of H -being duly sworn according to law, on Jio fluid or mvlidirie Lns eveb-
: twentyight.. range stookofGroceHes Key West, February 1., 1848., .. :9m.v his oath saithj that the foregoing statement is ed which o nearly resembles t

:i--c.; 'Fractional township nineteen and township Provisions, DryGoods, -- IN.: CIRCUIT/COURT* true,according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food anti stztgt
belief. -
twenty of range aine. EAsTERN Cjacuiy-OF Yi.onw4-.C0VNTY OF"Sr. CHAS. QUIMBY. tlio'ergans .of digestion-.as, this prpi
Townshin twenty-four and fractional town Hardware, Crockery, &c., viz; JOHNS: IN CUANC'EKT.. 'Sworn and subscribecHo before me nt Orange Snrpaparilla; It posithe1ycureyj

'iip twenty-five,of range thirty. Superfine Flour,in bbls and % bbls; The Southern Life Insurance 1 5 the 2d. August1847. :CTBU8'BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however sevi-re or cbhieij1 *
..:r 1 and & Trust | : Justice of the Peace.. -> -BNK-lEpav1Er. ?
Townships twenty-two twenty-four, and Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; ompany ALJ&A'YNay1Ql4.
?: -: fractional township twenty-five, (except Sections Hams,Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; to use of Arthur-,M. { .Bill Foreclose TowxstKD-Sir..* 1 have leeniftfiftaj

) twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-fire) Mackerel, Codfish Salt,, Rice; Re! ,; TWO- CHILDREN SAVED.i for several years vithdipepsiaU'itf JR,
of range thirty-one. Goshen* Butter, Lard, Cheese, White S'Beans, : i Very fewifamilies'inu wJ-iu'factwc- Lave form,attended with tourneyitf.KtciniacL.laof
: : -i"" not heard-'of one--that used;Dr Townscnd's appetite extreme LeairtburtJ
. Townships twenty-one, twenty-two; twenty Irish Potatoes; Augustus POuja 'd. J ana;
: three and twenty-four, and fractional township -Sperm Oil, Candles; having been made to ftpp hrta 1 1 csati Sarsaparilla in time lost any;children the past aversion to all kind? of.fotd, ,

;;; twenty-five, of rangei thirty-two. Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; -IT i faction of the, Court by Aflidavit that he- summer, while those'that not sickened and (what 1 could cat) I have been unsUetij

:. .Township nineteen, Sections one, two, three, Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; Defendant: named, in the Bill of Complaint file died. The certificate we publish below is con but a sntall portion on my stomachs ,ltzjt4tjj
;'S Sections ten to fifteen exclusive, Sectionr twenty4.4 Stuart's Reined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised in the abdvie entitled 'causcj'rcsidcs, dut 6f'thev clusive evidence of its.value, and is only;another ueualr.reniedie. they had ;butjiatl j ,

- ,one to twenty-seven inclusive,'and Sections thirtjtone Sugar; . *.. State of Florida, and out of the United-States,;' instance'o its saving the lives children: effect in removing the cottjikint. ,.,,Es,3$ .

4..: thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six in Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol,-Turpentine and in Cuba, one of the West-India Islands,and .DR. TOWS'SESD' DemSir: I.had two children cd, about two months since,to try-yonriii,,

fractional; township twenty* township twenty- ; beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, cured by your Sargaparilla the summer of FnrsaparHIa, and I must sr y 'Viti.littk'e.

;;: one, townehip twenty-two (except.Sections one, London Porter, Port,Madeira, and-Champagne On motion of, C. Wi Downing, Esq.,Solicit or.for complaint and dysentery,$ one was only= 15 fidenee ;- but after using nearIy.tweetGI
twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-fiVo,) Wine; said.Complainant, '- months old and the other 3 years. They were found niy npjetite.restored and the ifartfei|

and townships twenty-five and twenty-six, of Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves-, &c. It.i.sQrderedThat -the :said Augustus- Poujaud -very much;reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, end I would ;eanj t ;i .

' ; range thirty-three. A Complete Assortment,of.Dry Goods-, ,and.others:be required Appear am. .answer.said -.- die; ., they.were given up; by two ..respectablephysicians. commend thc use.of. to tLose.Jioabets

'n' > jSotiww three, fow, five, Sections nine to flfteeB Calicos,,Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta Bill.Conjplaint within-six months,:: ..Whcuthesloctocinforracdrns: that iftiictcd. as I have been, yours, &cw4,1
.*..*-i Inclusive, Sections twenty-two to twentyBeven Ribbons; ', or the,.same- will.be-takeu as onfesawl-agahiHt:, w$ must;, lqsc 'them, -esolyed..totry your 11r- vziz

inclusive, and Sections thirty-four,thirty- Sheeingsand Shirting bleach'd'and'.unbleaclli'dj? him. j-.v ,-. .HI yi 'i'S .,- si Sarsaparilla .we had heard:so much of; but had N. B. Purchase jocne but such as larjtirii

:: .. fivft Bad thirty-six in township twenty-two, and frish"Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Las ;,,., ,It u fartfat Order edf That a copy of this Order,, littja.rconfidenc there:being.so,much stuff adyertied.rthat. pers that hide-the bottlelcon pletely"jia4w
; township twenty-three, (except Sections one to Danibrics,Jaconet.Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; duly certified by-the Clerk of this Courtj bo published : la worthless-but.ye- very the written signature of 8.1*. OWElh

fE six inclusive,) of range thirty-four. Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; .in, some newspaper, printed Within.tho. thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office,126N. FuUon4tSun1Jw14ij
.. Fractional township twenty-two the four Linen and t-helives of both, fjvrite this that.others Y. Redding & S ,Bo
Tickings, Cotton Osnaburg;, East .Circuit;Florida- ,-once a month.conse ,, may ; ; co tatc-5t ton.jI t
:: eastern tiers of Sections in township twenty Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants cutivelyforsix months., i, .: -fi induced to.use' iktU j.Yours; respectfully; &'sons; 132.Sorth Second-fit., Philadelpkiil

p: five;and Sections one to four Inclusive, Sections &c., &c, &c. .- i i [Signed,] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.,, -. ',,-- -MW i imm. nrir vv .T- &.,Uance, fdruggist, lialtwr.or; DUiQI&St

;:: 4 nine to fifteen inclusive and Sections twenty- Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham? and cotton, in steel ,IiPETER B. DUJ\IAS,< Clerk .of, saia.Courti Myrtle-avenue. Brooklyn, Scpt.'l51S47.LUNA -;' Ricbmonfl; P. 3L Cobbafrlestonyi.gl
;; 4w to twenty-seven inclusive, in township 'and whale bone frames; > do,.hereby certify the above- be a rue ,copjofan -. TIC A YSL ElM. &co. 151 (.hartrcs-sti New Orleau: -

:i::: :; : twenty-six of range thirty.fi ve. Hdrdteare Cutlery-Knives, Scissors,,Raxowj Order, duly made and entered of record; JamesC rnmihgEsq. one of the Assistants :Pjearl-st.Albany; JR. Van Duckk94

:; Fractional townships nineteen and twcity, Nails; Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, iiitho above entitled cause, on; the .sixteenth in tKe 1 ih tkAyElum. Blackwells Island is the ;Market -an<]vBroad.sts. ewsrk JjWbt

rAi. of range thirty-six. Tea Trays;' ', day of AugusWA.D.1847j ,: ,n
:' At the land office at Tallahassee,commencing Collins Axes; Hammers, Hatchets,55.- ; .. P.B.--DUMAS-, .?. ., RHEUMATISM. throughout the United tatesWst.indM

' % on Monday fhe twenty-third day of Octobernextfor Carriage-Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Ketr. : Clerk C. C of St.John's. County. This is only"one of. more than four thousand the Canadas. A. M.;REED,Agrt4
:7' the disposal if the public lands situated ties, &ci, &c.; "" i Jan 7, 1848. l.imflfcu. 'cases ofrh.eunuatisni.that Dr..Tojvnson Sar- -- :JackonvUlejiil

. .'-l. within the undermentioned townships and A few Rifles Tow priced Towdei: Flasks saparilfahass' 'cn'red ThV *n6lf! severe and -- February 2C,,1848. < ly *
; parts of townships, to wit: A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware' Ii- ; chronic .
: eradicated its !
are weekly
by extraordinary
V ?.- 8G1tk of: the baseline, and east of the principal Boots $ Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's ALACIITJA iiiiE. virtues:; ""< FORWARD & ALDRICH;;
; il* HE Subscriber louse
meridian. haying lurchd fTi'e1
Boots and Shoes of all kinds. T
and: and occupied ; L Sept. ,
TJbe: two eastern tiers of Sections in prcihises.forinerly'owiied
township A.variety5ofFancy ArticlesPertumer'y'M dI- DR. TOWNSJCNJJ Jear TSir I,have,Buffered in 'offct!
: practice the several'CouTt
two'the cast half of by J. W. Pearson Esq at Newnansyillc
township three and ,
township cines &c ,
for nine with the and .
terribly rheumatism in the of
Eastern Circuit
Equity Jtynfo.WM.
Boai dersi years ;
E F be to accommodate <
r : four (except the eastern tier of Sections rWill ready
,) .Jacksonville April 15 1S48. 'considerable :
of the time
of range three.Township'two. ; ly a d31rav llers after the 1st day May next, could not caL sleep A. FORWARD, St.AugustineC 'I6*
or.workj I had, the most distressing-painsj and LEWIS ALDnIcn.N'ewnansTfll. -
(except Sections one to twelve : andhopes by his exertions to make his gitests as ; x
. t: Inclusive, and Sections seventeen, eighteen, INVALUABLE comfortable as possible, He has good stabling, my,)imbs.r were, terribl swollen. a,: .; and first hostler four Iwttles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have WM, F. CRABTKEEATTORNEY '
i. ; nineteen, thirty and thirty-one,) Settions six FAMILYCOMPANION.. a : 'rate. always inattcnchuiCe.S done in'e'luiere than oriff thousand dollars worthdfgood..4 -. -- -.'*,.-
and seven, in township three, and fractional .GEO.M. GALPIN: ; AUD COUSELLORATJ-41t'
IX Lectures on Causes Prevention and Cure am' so ijmch ;ibetten Indeed I am
: township ffve, (except Sections three, four;fivt S Newnansyille, April,15 1848; 6m Jasonm1i k'
and six of four. of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the entirely; relieved. You are;;at' liberty to use -
,) range Heart, and all Female Diseases. ''234iiies,28' this fpr the benefit of the,afflicted.. . Wiij4 attend (o any business entrusted-Uwi
; Townships three and four and fractional FiOLMES & Co. '
hands in ,
"Yours of the CourtsintheEasttt9Cfc
engravings. Paper 50'cts.; bound 75 cents.- respect'fulty' JAJlESi CtTh1M1NG.,, ;
townshp five, of range five. Mail to part- 9 cts. ,HOLMES.&i COv.have removed :< *" cuit Florida. .''i ff.F .
any postage % MESSRS ; COULD"NOT WLK..S
: Township five, of six.I .,
ranga ,
Shoulder -Braces stock.of Merchandize tothe, ,large,
and >
: Township nine, of range twelve. Mail- to ., -50 cts Chest Expanders, $2. building formerly occupied by the United States,. -'That 'Dr.'TdwnSend's' Sarsaparilla is the very E L I X. L I V IN G ST O S
I. any part, ; !'postage. Inlialing
- -&ttidfloneeleven twelve thirteen fourteen ; 'best remedy-'for>'female there is
. .t f...", Sections twenty-three, to twenty-seven, ,inclusive, Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage.. Ab4 known as ,tho .Government [Building,- ;They, noidisputbg; ;.. thousands complaints and thousands ATTORNEY. AT LAW, ,
have arrivals
addedto their.stock by the late
-fr and Sections and Supporters, perfect $3 to $10. for all weak .debilitated females..that Jacksonvtilt}
thirty-four thirty-five
; cfr and townships eight, and nine, of thirtyeveti raneethirteW Ruptures. Falling of the Bowels ana Womb,- fromNew; ,York,a full assortment of Dry.Goods.Groceries .- by those diseases to which females were prostrated 'arc WILL practice.in all the Courts'of ib Buf!!

anamWeak Back and Chest; sent by express ,,: Hardware, --Provisions,: &c, ,&c, subject were;soon in the of robust Circuit.: :;*
which, they to sell at reduced
everywhere. For Braces are prepared
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.or Supporters .
I or -health.1,
The fraction township seven situated weak : Mi > -
, pk of the Suwannee river of range fourteen., Rupture Supporters, give height from.head to pricesi ., ?.- -, ,. Nev'.Yia- Sept'23. 1847. AUGUSTUS C.ATTOBNEV GJLLETF'
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They rctjflred -
and to nurchase Cottons.
foot circumference of are now t>
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: next
Lands appropriated by law for, the of person the sur DE.TOW SINDDear Sir ., wife for ANn nn1Tt.flT
uso. IIid sand :, My has ,
above the of the
schools, military.or other purposes, will be excluded face just hips.Y Rupture,mention produce, country,M.the the last year been very sick, and in ajgrcatlyreduced"sfatb And Commis oner of Deeds ofeStt. bf
side highest Market rates, and make cash advances '
which : Agents .wanted for the sale ofthe
; ? :from the sales. ; bf 'reduced necticuf, iyit-hliiiud for the State of FTona"TrT"JW -
health.-being ,
above on consignments their friends in Savannah' bya ,. "
: J : Thi offering of the above mentioned lands goods. dclress. Dr. S. 8f FITCH.,- 707 and Charleston variety complaints such as-females are liable *
. New orNcwTprk. _
will be commenced- the Broadway, York-post'paid. ?? -
days appointed, and tp j;,she>gotjBoba4 at.lqngth that 1iwas utirelyaunablQ ;
They havo ncwarticle of 'COOPERATO'RNEY
proceed Jn the order in which April 1, 1848. ly a i : Wrought Iron, CHARBES
they adver walk
are andwasaab child
c'Iplcss as u
: Ploughs---to which they;would call ;
tised); with all convenient respectfully COtSELLOR'AT'LWill
dispatch until'lntwhole .COn ned AP'ID
Sdrsdpailla Id
FIfDOIIarsReivaid the attention Planters' .. ,. ,
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shall have been, offered, 'the .n thC'sOvcral C6tirtoftkI
.1 and sales _; she immediately'began' toreinhCtreihr jr4'ctice jul
-. thus'closed: But no Bale .shall,bekept/open WILL'BE'Uy.ENBYTilEuic6isigncd'fdr) f-f .j* .JacksonYilleNov.0JHl846t ssit her complaints'Icf1ier;'ndaftctkingsuvc.. tern" Circuit } .- '., -, .

.' longer than two weeks} and no private entry of 1 'JrE ral bottles she is restored. Beipgrasingularj F., '1q47.,
!" any of the lan4s will,be adiitted until after ,_, !slonandfsafe -nTO TOtJlffit4'Y tk. case I thought inightd9good to publish it.-.
: **' DUYZIF t
the tho Conn1y1Jaiof tl f'ol >< '
expirattaf twoVeekaC i PEtOTt
Sheusea number'ogo6dretlo that CBAItLE$1L
pfremctlics Tone
f ". IT1HEI subscribers'have taken the Type Fodn. a ( her
Given under ttYhand''at the lowing negroes, towit : Venis a woman Han1nibald '
City ofWasliingtiea l' sl You <
wm'continue srrespectAilly''Jis
4z this third day of July7anno Domini l ;a boy, GeoVgiana a girl, and what .chil ; dry/ana" : ho business lately! : cOUNsgLoATLLp
dren theabove ductedby'Rober Taylor;; They ill attend 5 t'; ',aOHNtMULLEN-87 Norfolk-st. ,,
4't ont thousand eight hundred and forty-eight. named Vcnis might have'borned > -t1) LiU1 Riv rFloti'Ia
4t0 since.she.has bcen..absent to fill Awl wi teniccCii with. iiitiia1ityAfl .? .-. -r --9u 'fjT0 Cf
'r Courts
B-the President: supposed to be two ? : 'WrtA practice Htf the Bevcral
: ;c :r JAMES K: POLK! : or three/and Ellickj ajibld.'Xftjcan nan/****'* 3 Lh bj': OR'BATFEMALEMEDICThE.THE LADIES Eastern Circuit of"Florida' 'business&&!??
h ill
. 9>a tKAfcft l RlCflABD It YOUNG, Tie; abovo fugitive/8laves .havd been abezh thwjmfthi1sWallki.fids dDaTowsn's &AuiAPAiflL1A ls-t :to.bis careyin Wcetwfth.prompt atttatJ MC
for four f Phntq Mt&ratsot the bct quMI aisbvcrelga .- -: ,
nearly -
.Commissioner -- Si'k
*: of the General Land Office. years. ;jQIINM.PONS. and -
;v'li' V ; Jacksonville, Marclx'25th,;1$48. \ 6m i, .- SI I ilIipIorcd; i'i speedy cure incipient consumption, & liOSEPHw.. *F1Tdnrt
NOTICE TO PRErEMPTION CLAIMANTS suflorintcmizi f4&ftigen \&$ &*ff&&tt& I' PiLAtUI

,1 Eevery person entitled to the right.of preemption ". '1'ropr'16Os oncwstper'whj, h&'e,notid. i matter whether thq ..result o.finhercni causes HAVING' established COMMISSION MEBCBwilirattciid
: ; N; vcrtieed1orthi or icausefs b j"ifregulariiyillnessora'ccident.Mhi
; 'to any "of thiB"landsfwithin ;th ;town- : subsribcrs' 'may publish" ;produc6d stet
Bbilgnj artsofthwnshijis ab ve'cnunieratedi FACTORS ;AND GE:IKUAC COMMISSION MKRJCHANTS tthsaqtico for-three uionths. trill be enthl &'to tf* -1 foto '*et'4t f f if1 l ro td'anjri biine1,- -

; q is teqn1redtoestablih the,same to the isatisfa< ,Savannah, Georgia, tender, their-serriccs. !receive"pay'1n'typej> on purchasing' flVe'time's : tthgqan,. -surpsingtban ltiu..
: :. ( tionxf the Register ancTRecciverof the proper to.planters and others, and solicit consign.. !the'fliotin 6f their b1Il'f advertising; ine 1 rti v1goratiiig"effcctson: th ..bW1Wi ., ., ,.- t41

Landi Office, and make payment therefor; assoon'asprdctieHble ments on cotton, and altothcrfkinds of country f Old Type taken in exchange fori6w atf9 cts.* son ****,*VifclkAlV-iQO ******'***ss5tudc, frorntakhigit -- B. J *
after produce:? They are sgents'forth'e colebrated & &i K&ia ; j eL3 ftt'dnce becbme'rbbust ahtl fiilPbf under CUBBEDGEf t
St seeing this notice, and rperlb.a pjsij ia i.ti t energy ,Y' -'---- P '', -vrs- 3 .i -" rM *
; p before the day appointed for the commencement iEtowah Mills, of Cass county, from-.whom they The Type wit hicb'the1ThiWS"1s- itg.infiuence.hlt.immediately counteracts:the ... ; SLEE-'ANI; TATlOflUir

' ;. : of thcf public sate of Uplands embracinjr iare.weeklyisupplied with'Flour,fresh >groundr ntlwaj oas* afcthip establishment/ ,ner elessnesg ,pf the. emaleframe,which i&:thoi -South'i d qre5'd t3Ui$

the tract'claimed,otherwise such claim'will bt and equal.tOvNorthern fiour They,'also keep, TALORcfj i great cause of barrennpss.delicato f,,, ,. I sti1e, Lr&Thter's ShStTJe
?; forfeited. -S. f ;onFhandconstantlyJiosnaburgs tug t. *
::1Z, ,Y.1To RICHARD M..YOUNG- 54 ;fremthe Eatonton, .i a nature,1 to exhibit'certificates of cures 4Order- from the conntoywfll WPffIyfille4at _

cj *- I. : 7o1cissi *?<>ftte General- LatdOjc.. IAdministrator's Cedar the Shoal manufactories-, vrhich'they.sell at' ( ppr/ormc4; buLwe'cauassure.thcdflflcted; that ; the lowest pricei.u $: ,;. .
q manufacturzngprlceL x&* ns !* < utifr&iPt&i1iiii'kiirlTo -hundreds of have b reported ,
i : lOins. A cas es ovUs !*
; f---March K 11-n.n, 18487 ..3m. --. hb .DR. TOWNSEND : "Mwifevbeing greatly 4isoCSamparillk.and 'rH&rJzsp
'I; Ndtic WAL'S
dcbifIty 1ndaufferin
: V,1l22tc
;: S 'c LIrPRRSONS Jiaving .claims or demands .. )' toht4i llp -
rJr- 'r .
: 'ftfthl
k12.fl !
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1Z on the Estat of Mrs* phia F1einin MT3 !

; a ... fecir credttbrs/.or fentftle4"o distribution, w3l I t : ,.:. iiChariestonS.o : ?$ SARSAPARILLAr.fSS fshq1rLu. icfta1neuislctifg"Tt: ,- -, .ft.? ypprt ,

? : rdcHhem1i within'two'years"Xr they,will L. '- REItcEGiYidhn '": i domnnded forsuc1icassdeszir1bedX (o.andjreapectony| soljefctf' > 1 i|]
bi barr6d'bylair Persons indebted -- ; to gaid ei ory&ja
.slrnTiUeL I!. a.C4.McDoni1d JacksonviUe ayj184&.t 'Pt ?
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tlt trill make payment! ./: V1 Furman Esq ; 'k followed thc'idirectiOTisy on"JVMWA '- .T "
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1 S LiltQUliAWDTffUN'Adm'j' 4:4: *MA'Tv%n n/vt t.'r/ttft/Til:iAmnwjvJ '-. t
Elmore, Charleston's..C.'>/ fa*. iir onplai
8 -- _; Ftbruary40/a848 Ij :.c nt I: tflEjlpflb&U.. ts. ans.l 'restoc4 ) e to eath .43pn : : ?
1.iag b42fl
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