The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: October 14, 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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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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rs will be charged foi,all annouace- his speech' .in;lhei Senate /ogainsti: Mr. t1jet opponentssajr s oF- Aubtira,=New-York, tne Hgn,Joshoa S

;- iuarefUt hteLfoV.1)thCe.or, is, $. I OnUti (flayto ndthirom! ie dec1 res tLbe1 h ttbeyjrnay.about.thcwantof'conLIst Spcrictr livered Qn'atrclrcss' ] aad WW 3

S f' Clt1itOt8 a: 'i' i&bO. iititui aI ; ncy oUthase %V.hig mcmbersco Lh Followed by-A. :Fii 1 1UtiaaWetcbOtWhbSa
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f1 Q. rt 'n rr t. i nistration' Sf bOia -and- .4 ,-a.--, ;'.J tuliuyhic- n : .Congress.who claira.to actconsistently! democrak ( are now'the 'ti ST. Ix> remarks,

14)) .j ; wrefi Alices will'be Inserted 'Braint. grass exercised) ;!jurisdiction j fOver !the 0 and conscientiously whea/they i supper J !wwu&5WS&ffl& .f __:!j'4i-VJ i-r iA-- A"-'it-j'* i

T 6*inr:All fcdmteftMe personal tommanications I will ;slaveryj'Jhe he say s'f -*Norfvas'qiicstion General Taylor,f it fcon o beidemwjha\\ .,*Iofl1unu.tne..wrngs $s rt deadlvenemiei. tid'rslImoye 4 .
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advertisements -' ; their votes ,actst\ art ann-Zaveryand Ue ransackedthaerd3bf
,k *rged U this ah iristancVoFAatfwi dc z'd Ae1r
f J b.Printing,mu .bo paid onTnUt the _. r.: t Q ,
& AU WU C k' a/e action"-- itv,/oo.accoramff.toJMr.Bad-ij A=n: t.nrjr: by their, actsl are men geaerally udg- S Q'pOia'that the Igerpart ,r the

.1 be zi f A' <' -*f-electcd -' .ed.. We n have beforeiisAhciefragaf.bkproofthattthe ; Dmd6a'ti iifrty1Iti; ; Nt'&flihhii Taylor and inhim telyacquaintedwjthirn1

1i'jiLuU- -r G1.ErT.' '! _- p stag' t" President, veto the Wilmot Pro- / >party MS I -- --'r--r--: --; lo 1W.t "partyi and we huvelatssthe petliatiop'I:'of fitiman&5la1ery ,and S' thdt
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I :j tpiin1 ] 1flrt5iT : ? ujierstanthng, hJs opinions
) itestonM'oinc'e.rsvand'privates.. same time eyi' nc equally, thatUeJemocraticpartyofrtnt l th 1iihfitibn
a* jjg Il tpn ><>l'C?,.;, ,. ) nnv..' %c2z ; *? ntts. mi jjS-q fewreitrjF'wfl'w -
w. in CIpiinB1 isubjcctSjpf sla* .marks inreferenco to General
I' Taylor?*
lrlbrUaMounttd WHitl 1p] >|civIdd; in het : th& ae.So / !
* vrif iis.mt: / ;$laVearty ptoliticaJ
haVc'nbt signed the'lieCCg- declaratibh. principles, particularly Jajs < ,
: :) whd yet in'cTdefttaly'rnade J-
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and in
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rtUUi0 *J: } jfi{ ****** Views. upon thelsubject pF Blavery cx- ij
t1tcir't the Brobklyn.iheeting. by Coif Haskell vI .
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$ ) vithoit t Could wc isK.foxp1aineyj .evidence, gressipnal record :that this is no tension. He declared *-M l <7
!iB\Vs'\VhutitHa't gentlerhah, hiinseira tfruoifr,'** '* ? ** s* &'? FRpMUi3toWNr 4-]
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thi that in *ttalMis "
it.iUk elaV: 'The i, lcrs )e sjgncn urc iciirwuuoVPon giving adhercncohe nonijn? PERSONA!. KNOWLEDGE that General '3l'
atthc: lt om ortfdy'be>igned SoUtHern iiiSn/tniiiks isihepositibn'ocrcnpied atipns pC.ithi ,wji) I ajoQai9qirenttion | \ > Uk'/ffr-wv v\ t '*ii lfifna4'JJtwfST. (
that is he
'GREGORY TA&5/' :, *in' $ | 0 e am tp their,6yerlasti Taylor now, as has always beehr f
* j0Uce. b'f lcnTaylor aYdVtf the the $ & tt/Mnvi'i< y u U .
,J. DUV.Y flii3xfa'! i WUrndt 'Pi tis& ; gBJ mm x$ infamy ne.1Lold. there xwere a tew zJ1'unconflromising and thbrougngbirig
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: L... ? .Congress b4eeh. guided.byjp nci; Northern me.iL who voted (orthela Big, as bae a one aslHefar Cly t
: Taj1or > nr ntOATi"VjlW. 0 Sa.il" ? P |
: ti.j'VtZzchary ii"
oB cE,., .. -- tj.-V't i < '? ipXft.and! .Jii, they .have, jggfcj tIjp.J 'omronsetsif'jut.) said.the.iittJ himself, or any other man-in. ther wfeolff &i J
3'to 4 pledged himself veto, tfiijfalmot fro'oi'so t tjn5 9rti v* !
UP YOUR eLOiJ1C'iNOTES to in fhe (Col/rH'O would clesert hissiahdn'rd. 'ciples'! .. of' *freedom< !'. t>heir-Jfl, mam. iHfl >to conr"ff 7t '! .Laylormember *of,CongresijfV1 ,-, Union Of this he-said there could be ;1
; 1L.I > ijVk f j 0nodoubt
jj. 'Agent,.fJRRfloit at.JatCkSflv1Je'oiiuitSYill '' .. crn.1 0 0 Ir t 4 LbanIctzodthat every.one ;" fle'sadtoo| 4t4b It the j jLacofocos
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be justiLdteI. :intindith1y.. i .. ; ; :ThlCfl9Pr. Dan. p.uncap, M. L'ni of these scullions'fi, who recorded 'their=>TJ could have got From him tf?

.1LOJMQE', : ,HQLCOMB. It is not tjfalkell to be inferre4frothhistkafColonel Is'Hlinself ; 'one- of, the- ,abolition. .. >-, ,(listricts" oOhoismore -' > .>*. i ,, 'n.tVVR 1oLes. fniirrtni-m/- tne.extension tnjlr--.slavery 3.5 were*, ;the slightest intimation that he had anyynipathyiwith
1848. '
Aug.19; -. afjpartic.ularfrjend.or emphatic and 'specinc .inshisapr. themoers t ; oi ifr the Locofoco* -- -. 'party-ivi4i,.. j To their principles, ai they*" j$
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advocate. theil ji
41' ,NQ'Iz4E:: : o roviso,j rC17AL (* ** '.t- '* "
proyal of Gen. Taylor's) nomination_ : WuOm men mtthe. Whiff party must the "repeatedly,atteniptea to do the momenthe
; : (; undrthe aznouncediithe V '' lU.4.ii. --
AVEEK3 aftprJatcJdiairJprJttoth| 4Imt, .vcto principle ** On the .subject of the extension T pf returned from Mexico -. aid
friends *
of freedom they
S'IX Honorable the Judgo of Prb.batcs 9! :CoInmbia -' Gzenxlzolds'i bound ll Uiii-rv hokfor-the subversion > wo .j
to at. '*' > > '
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slavery General Cass vilLvetflny bill .havemade him their candid &For4ident 0
County, for Ltttersvof AClimmstniiionontLccstalQ 0 .' 6fslaveri/fl asked gentleman from
&. Joseph S. (]Gwdccenv, lutco'' -least. Pt: : ,identzal;. neuti rz17QOn Matsub- containing v- : : the-i. 0 Vy!ilraot rrpyjso., ...pen.Baylor < tIndiana'rHethen, {referredrto.Gen.' > :; 'Butt they:' could- >eTi er h

E21'l' county.- tzViqEL ,11. CltAVAffigator ject "bound: not to, interfere, with. veto, or ..i is pledged .tOflpjrOvoafly bill Tayldr."and said,"that* Although.the Gen-* ( j flatter nor inveiglf lhifri into v' 'I jiiy J$* I F 1'

August 12; 1 49: ... 'CwNotice. otherwise, against the measure, but to leave 0 4 ..-'> 4't" of
not, and
passed ny Congress, cfearly 'viola- yet he was bit- expression: promise j tjkey gate
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-. % : by majority ,ting-, the' 'Coiistt- tioxi. He" has further 0 terly opposed' tpthe extension of" !the* up the'effort? Of this we .hdvfr ndt'a J

JT E Sub cribfjr, Laviiig qualified as Adimnistratw gress.: Let any.free soiI.rnan'consider- informed us: *tpat- hc considers JjMVi-' that", a; 'inctif ritinti liniltj! b AM Wit 'A Ui iL particle of ctoub't, b'ecausfr h SJnoi S

na the Estate of,the late Hubert the force of that declaration. L him constitutional act, which has been settled 0 Wilmot Rroiiiuithdmwoild'dr PS tenorpf-tbeir-presscorroboratoa.it.rf- > v :

ng .O-Uringston, Notice is Kcrcby) given, .to allparsflni remember the vastly*superior. numerir by the various departments! pFilie S 5Sf S, SS MrrRightor Furthermore- saidytoAc J
caiuu s
1 (Cixsuitprs, tlcuiiuid's Lvgitccsand4 agt\inst Distributees said car strength which the fre ;States can Government, and ac4uie&Iinby thepcople. certain 0 5 to'veto 'lif ashaSfhe ot tc s' : Knew to'be trite zfroni the etidence'bf '*
and others,) Iwving .
tlivow into the Hvitise of '
tate,to present them, properly authunticatbd.titiiu Representatives ..1. ., would nt. liOlfe i>j IftC IJ' 4 f 7i'4 bW G -t. Taylor own S tips,0 fTttix irj rf a
to the.Sub- ; ;and that .Delaware voting with -j 0 u The Ordinance 0 .1i 'ieks'ft: ojp.
the time prescribed by Jnvs of 17S7 comes under -/ ''? S OPPOSED THE JsxfENsioN.pp.siaysior '

scriber, if by,mail, post paid, or this aiotic9 will .their,, they have -a majority;of votes, if this 'description, and Is,' ihere'fore. assist' '' 'their outbernWhigs Nohn areprvpare&to AND WOULD-UNHKabTAtlNOLY A BILLFoil'FKokfiimNG .
iu bar of ihcir choose i invoke it in the Senate -- ..t i '--' '
lit"A1 foi plead! recovery. they to 0 the S 4.( : ;
ofGren. S IT. MK
in Taylor.consti
.1UlES .t. 1USDEN Adiu'r.. opinion vi tue the
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The itXGeni iiill:
free States therefore ? siaery !
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tutional and if enacted f- brother fn-law of-
by L S S ons
( Co'nffres's, 1 oTtburtnost
NcwnaiisyiIIc1 JnJy.1 5 18 IS. 8w their ls. respectable
.President ..settle I .. upon own e emocrat. 0 S
tKis'ques- I
Taylor' pan. ,
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,. Administrator's N.oicc.; : tioi7, ifth cy iii1l, in th.ir wnoaWitb $ of the *occupies* a proud.iostion character
pnate: ; :United iS tales rcon tainsL uJfow & those* fev high unimpeachable integrt*
V in the Estate of scabs
A LL ..rjJHSQ53.. Oass thefact idir ctIy jjio.siIe
; L sixty members, when:all the States;ararepfesented Barhburnerstvhith !.V.4" ty, nn4 modes ygentjemarily and unas3uiriVng" ji
:.ii-. th ,'That,.on the lst, reseut my an'I y uhers ts AtirinitrUor jne'rnb.ejretij hn> pletlgeii Kinrtl.to frL S.tatesand :onehalf.laveSupCqlfleJJeforete ; fled ancef and manners will satisfy any Otie"

D.S to tlLpjtoll. JuJge of I'i&t. ; n -.Wihnott.Proviso'if passed:hyvCongreSs.s hftd' r1") 4 in fiVeTrininutes' intercourse with him 1.tIiahis.
I .DaIur A1ic1iua ( uuty foi s tjjietf9fli. jreeomrhetid' the 'abovedeclaratitiiir'6 objects heiaithare wthith |
; > s Senate in.the flXt wdrdisentitled1o1he-5t
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e. .tile fuztI1er..adm1insrctin.otpi4 ; ): 6dlt- HuskplltdaH f 1ds' f1kvhIthCth

1rrt.. :> i .estate, and jsliylti pray a "distrjbutioii"tl'ewf : ; tiolibtingivo.teis four years,v there; 'is.a.tie vote, andtl iTd'wb( V tr dW rjz-ra-T i --"" r--ir :y %!?y fer.RC :

*' JQSlMliSEClU.NGEn'.a' : 'iuiEennsy lyania, \ylio fear that jGen. casting,vote. of the Vice iJRresident decides ; bwhr'an'd opholdrfneni 1ej fc wj i iiii .edge of (his character for hohesty and ii

ewp nsyi1te Ju,1y 1t, 1543. 6m' 1'ayiorshou1dassaLuethe Sothern-sideand' the fate pf,the,.measure..,,,If- Gen. ; w wVer WlvV6ur I &)WJlf? integrity'i \Ve:therefore'consider hfo ..

fExcclitor's 1O1icc. advocacy 'slavery, because. a Cutler be .thesYice tPrffsi enti the.jcastingtjyote ifr !wtj.t
tONTJlSatttt&ia1l npply'to the So'uirje/n inaKtind-sldvehblder1 ;, ; 0 .We. are ,etire1ir. satisile that en1j IIU4
of Whgriicle hisvi&w
the side
CJX vvould be slayeryj
ail, "*! 43 ': 'J Js :*' on- -if rffi'j*H1*" "! fc ?- ZO
"*1O'' '3.u lfec'or Irotiitc! of lYirrtil 'county/'Aii' 1 >VeKno\v.that; the veto pf..GeraICs if] Miilard .Bfilhnpre, it..wijl. be.cast S eral orwouia not.vet&tne Wflmot J the eiiision of cslavery .
1); } tnat dischATge from my fixecutoMhip the wouldsCdestroy ,all possiSility of Proviso, unless he is a dishonest. man (
; wish
onthe.jde I -that..everyznanin the od
? B. tloberts UeceasfeU. >' of.freedom. ;. try'knew
a tr.ktcofJ1nIe t< <1Ja vhicn do notfor
'' Mny Ctk 1StS.'M...B. HOsS. } x'i'. 'the measure, (AVilinotProviso,) and Butthe..}jon.'js1r. $chencCZL distingui8hedti we amornent elieye. hi*
.. f' 1- .-_ -' .,. : ".' tien. 'aylbr1i8"considered by a South-* *
.f i ; .1 1 t.:\} J' of alisQifrom itestimony, ttVi jrigjitjnoi
raber ;
: \ hig m :Congress, 51' M .uppn :
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NOrriCC.. -. .- tn>Whig, and; f/a as-fq sotegznbintnd -Ohio anticipates,other.benefits The- '..following isfr an. extract u.o&Va':
t't >-t j: *>'VirJ
IXMONTIIS after date, I-sliallprcjioht my ly notta interfere againstthepro speech rately.delivered in,0hio by Thos.
: from this''surrender of the Veto *power ,
!ict unts anil vouchers.uj A Jinimsti-.itrix of ; % w > V Jfc>- vJ (i'- jo1
'Hh*Estate bt'I Henry.Burtwhl,Jr, .late,of Uuval'wuntyMicceascd tiso, s thai IIOI OR'ITSELF.should'i*'" require1, -S ( 7 4 (.orwin; :' St'3 eIav y
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of ProbataW' insSouthern Whtg'frtends to deserthisstandard i ;
to the.lion.-Judge And it is nqopiyiponthe subject -; w44e. eadvhicji9TIoNSkLLI
(1 county for a linal settlement of' said upon any proof of infidelity1 .
of.the Tarifi the tennt hill.at the sune time, ajiplj-for "
.51* :to Ins pledges. : .
Letters oif Disirtission as such .kdm inistratri;of sof-our reathighway! | rivilakesihd : P tM :
M4S < which all intercstcd-insaid Estatc..aro i i'deared : GoV. iJoNEs, or TENN.ABROAD..- : tthborr0 ; G n'Ta- 9ths 3
persons .
t>W to take notice. The'Cayua '(N. Y.) Neiv Era, an anti- S lqi;declares.lieW1U' ' 9-) Sp this alone ..cou41theIumph1 Jenhe

ITiuit IIBNTiU TTA. BARNARD, Adnx'x. jCass paper/ gives Ian //account; 'of.the ibroulCongressodghtt- ?,,?-,-,,.. __, ,. cFjt c.ame touts! cadiaate1 pnALUZlorS .5 c'

4* Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. Cm "" speech of Op v..Jones at that placc. It: iifvt be---4 respected'and cnr-l wsu4Jiej:42 PjkaIkd 4.ppip. { I

irfV 1VOTIC. T saysif ried brft byahe'' 4Executive'fi1 'Init lie in. reference it, this 'platiorm.ghe I Js't4le
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MONTHS after date,I shall present my **TheTrieetingwa alargeone. The akes'tovpwftrpforjimotjnore -**15: 'tr1'*;LsTjrf,1 does notcorne tMn 7Ufl J to in tf1eDTsentcrisia wta -
SIX .of tho&Ui V; . > accounts and vouchers Executor ypeec.Hof Gay Jones'was long. "jWrjt-- significant,and. pregnant,,with as.surance -: then.sai ne, Ac j snomanmne added to our alreacm
dec 'uei1 to the !l" '1 '* *-4JS.iii'a<.VL il'Jiriii I I
of Jainea fi.Roberts ,
i interrogatories werepropounded,io, 0 1Icread from extended and it
settlement ten of the :liberalcourse1ie.waultlfeel : Taylor s tiersand prolyjt country ; was ajci:
Probate of this county for l'I4 4t1J44r1 *Si'Aii'5ir'-'i45 1 JJfi 3r!' 5
Judge .f'J --
and llowuce by him; and at the uuc.tiiue,..I him ; and among them in relation to; H his*'duty totake uppn-anotheri -. it clear at.,mud that.Old Znck' was I ple>* with>ut'lI7 us' whether' '*'t ft it.<* *shoal i"ii3Ufcil J become jKJIK

UU apply to the said Judge or. Court, for A Gen. Taylor's position on'the question question ofdeepeat arid most yltal aiillh igbt, L that no was, cleariv pie gall gedS' the resort.of.Servitude, or reraamliree ,
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final disdmrjrfc from my Exeeutorship .of the of\e4ehding'"sUiVery1., The oriljJirf/ -. s interest,,A .,., ; ., i nOt to istur t i 'legislation of Co as *it- to us. JiaLel ev- ',
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rftaaSaZjiv ( v-v .tWw--J.tt-TrCitJfcSkH'
Estatoofsaiil. .htnie 11. lloberts, dftcevsed: .sw'er was, !that he .did not know l jijw ;,_ 'He will not ..interfere,to.influencee .5 CTesVifiliflyway.1 An at tL ed.that the election General Taylor ;
jIci JOHN HUBERTS,Executorof the that ifji/jir, 2Ti5 (* K ,;*gr:7v sl if |jfiJ4>o >*'* iinr- "'if'it '' : uurf i MflTTy
this would t
Taylor stood upon question ; ;buil1' lsOledve ,COz. terminate the.dispute and' Dot .
last Will &c. ofJa. ]3. Robert4CAPVil22lS1 iiprevCOt, lioS ; .Hedistinctly. stated..Ethat,4enernl "\ ? {' } j4rarVvJnr
., Cm, he had no doubt he would not vitott bill if wAer zth1zid bciejio, Taylor ii 4.- >as"a' **>u'f-honorandtruth.*/ i the. matter at rest3perhaps forever. -
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: : 'that as ;for /rf; ?jr *. >ryu.jOy >-i.w'j.rJKSVi'.io i iarrest.the S i > .<> f niaji.oi -...t 51/- -wj"t: {fbound .'' ip whereas.ty. 'fK if General Cdss, T 0 it
CongresssFouJd pass one wasjetected. "
. ,eytcnswi z54 prohibit to.leaye theventirpnpestionof }
V i )'' i'4 :>l 0 ( ( *r f-* + Sq f\I t-r- > nr.5Ti? '
.EMi.MIiNT TO THE' j.: himself, ;;it qny ,body wameq ;to Know itfrom-bting introduced into the newe77itoi to Itk 4onrress.-.J-a "*Sj?lie wantjeI rrslaverv pciI.4Lq iev ivlei o aaatiiornia as Oreion S jifwuiIjaith1h
Ciaatiiutjon of lite Nfitto of }orhIft.Prjoscil how he Gov Jones] stood, he; wasop-: 1' '1i&'r'.l .
third GenerulrAs- > [ : s. 'Can I be mistaken J. ex lusive I party. flq..waudtcLi.
ond toirtli4
agrctfl '
sembJy uAjrct to the action of the.next atMr- posed .to the Proviso'Mark / ; S '","Xft'er. nuotinff'. .declaTatibrTin.. the not c1loffthe sentinels from the wttc j61'
Assembly.; ; ,. ;' : : the, admission !F This is'the .AUIsopletter.211c.IC I S 4. ?$ .il f-Mxi ay* ly: fvVIS/rft : S'tu.towers 4, of tfleparty to'enter d'a, crusade'a th'e1 KKn? oTfthe'TrB'nia Mrj:

AN ACT (o amend the 12th Clause of the 5th fourth time $by, Jo.nes :has expresseja < 0 Has thefe.'Cver, iathe.twhpleJhistow -. Son tis..oneiqea. .. t I'j is true. L'a&he saiciw.4ktJf.. naMnel 8CUa,11ae'fifdMied : 'q J JPlibtd
tliia belief.that Gen Taylor would notvbtp'the : Lk' .s. $ : taylbrTila'WtoHTnaoli: 1
:Article of.the Consiitution of Statc; o his of oUr Government;*been/'a questiohKw want freesoilbraJbui we. .want iT*rf-i tiat thei of the.Oircuit Courts sliall Proviso !from ; I. ;' r jJ 4j4
l : Wnirpolicy.at hotne. .The hignar- ,
Con Hold their ofiices fur a term of eight years, ( f Xebs Vhig t w t.I&tL -tb ; tiY )j pftr1cuth1yprevahleu..'Bh t5 owin to ibrl 4
thLVIZI ) ,
[ tothe standrnn 'on' tne' no-veto nlatiorm
4LicT tnstc-i1 during good bchaviori ;i' . frcquent4AH&y,? ly :
: W'MT C
Szcroy 1. Be i"fcteJ by tint Sktwte wzdnsc ],; r-
of. Repr'iiIa''Ys of the cte'i'I&riditt .,4;" TRiUMPifc-oF- iFRPEDOM.-r The;,. y.ote judicialas'the exercise*o ..ajrightof'Con pi.e?,. to c ry otn te:ftT Ir) e-zou.princapie% ; fi h1 ?!

? Gwcrdt flh'i7eoarenAZ, 'ht tho 12thasetftheth on the mis-called: 'i-Gooipromise BH1-1 &fessj to'cohtrol,' 'aftd re tlaie., iIt 4 ilveliatqrit1'
the ContitUViUUb&at : it1' 11t
Artidoof llouseofJJepresentativesJ'i.sbhe i raPS; 5 f 0 S1 Ucf T nfi
be so amaidwl ns to read'US follows,. ir4 ; CoTi1res .OldZaeJc y.ias ,uttftep .. voald.be'Ihe first"to vithdraw
Jang7 cheerl lilias bjjen'our4ot ,
tnbs: % ; yej 0
tonuf a jii 4 *
711: l&at at the cxf irati6n of the present : Hadr.thero-.ever, power fariEr-- *" :* 0S0 c? nFfc rmis&n
1ic is -or'it ? Wfto
',o officc of the int1gs Of the Circuit- Courts, tOi Tecor44Lud .rqsuIt. gratify confirmed the;constant acquiescence5bf .- ;We fina the loliowinif in.a'lette: *
; hVthctxtfption )hereinafter mentioned 'thc, ing 'far beyond our anticipations; for the wholesp'eopleh From M prihmid (MasslYPoii ; 4
JiisGees and the r Judges theIsiave tile Rev, Mr. Lamp, for six.vea T'5fij jfc* "** %frf-iVvf of the Court, ha've !
Supremo we so'bften aocit'thdictaesof flU frAt L1j 34 &t t is.aitogether.too !ate.in tne..aayto :
f the Circuit Courts &hall bo elected for ft term I ha0O >*! ?.B flt lRHrnu.r.. -* lain torL ssup.'J1JL nisL .r-L'j ) )-
o\& ) 3't 1.p.QAfl.
' $3it $: .acted.by jho AW* PfiS s jtjwt.met .nubitsbed inhe RicnLmonu zepupscsofi j4; talk. dcnyipg.tneexistence' 5Lir:4 onqiet. 1.0
rern'ovodtnidcr the pie- ,wegradyJeare4sPe1 in. tfie ConstitUtiondOWfl0l1e $ :' .MJ54 ter.1n qi1etion. '
rm.unless soorier under and Is circulaie btne wnig punt S -y' ; ; 4.t .i
6&m'leinthls; Coristlttttion'for the rethb-; Tecent;-_.conflicts_ t f4 y 'q present timei there has-been excep- .0pJ asliintton .14tteeaL.W jr ; .1 .Bates. haor M. ad,. aJe1tc.;fxellertl'I1t'VIOr irpin 0
udges by'addrcss orMropbacbinent r-und fj 'ButAve1 consider ''thvoend ffsn'd44J ;j01tjfLI tb'1tht"DO nomhis, .4I ; 1n nis flOssesaiQn, n,.

us. ncrfect'ot dUtyj'br; other Teaspriablo llsist .Mm ;iJ%! {i3p

[tea shall'not bctfufficient ground ibil fill *'>.'|'.'* _. ;;- *hQ nnootinr* 1; *
> acJuacn<'the: CfavcrnDr rall JTOSIVOTWH si j
JJ.P, address''of' t-thiitl 'ofi2th spattcu1aygmt1fy1Pg eeause ijt; Didht not'haveitfl pdrticularlylirv!-hi* Jte M i tte1 y&tsiriassfr WittoMWHZKrtWr d
? iJnarnt/I 2i5HLivOTj tff fiftiv.v jt 3
thc .di'v'ekth1SeTt iosfS6m&OftthC mind'when he wrote thatdeclarationl3&ftifffe& : aK PmdOTMjaateQKtf : / otiW afall, l ia>;|a'ctfp; !

bha11btted alcfl118dChtt&cI WBf&i ys9S a
bn' thici'.1&iiabOfbaCh! 11 h & favor of recetying .T zaa ..JntaPU'wt1v1cQ ; .

thC CAdOItahdL ,|5MIf4; iiftfMf-. w7 ft "ktj kii lThi& j&tMp, &W.iog4 & '!':' I Iii

intcneiloboVem -| ; i UUC 1jICtftff & isianr exlract Irt; ::
| fefea'Vs'Offiho'seXvlI (rdd > sr.ifrnnL-'C*' ,; tlit .14g1 I !
TI'-J 'ULiiljpfc L1)4j teT7fwinCinciiin ti1 'L 1)0 oniy.evidencc oihI5.be.ngixavprVkt1r' .
.{'tttttg in'liia own tfefchcevibefore anyiTOtcjjOTchrpmovarshaUvaal i iiiI jTV1 -
tIlLIld in.such;cases] $ D04 -$ ttf.1i t7 -YikbiiTMI ). S ktih1: 7fLsad1 I .3Invery Thatevpr, sawor card oI ;

p1all: be !by! yes tmil.'ttta.andi w l'D*" 'irJ : *fta *" i ;tt ntUC I % (dat, 00
1 5Sea ire>Athte great.qupsW pUwJMcjits r**' inform (the citizen*t of
wiri&wiifo irbonicSoUtberP: wWBt, ihe South tnsrA'if ;
Oni t raitor<3Oor
'COOCt '
: ? j 1: has % H* fctf :4
; :aouor beenggwetal .-vj v., r Lyff' ? -.MiHi.. liittli fparttoI *> rt-'r La II1Xzllkl P .:Jackso'iilIe
!i 2Eetfurtk&eacted, That the Judges ti & te"1e: t 11S. ittaThst nid or to !ieToat .

.rL iiriiltr thW anjcndexl CorisUtubt $m & ym9: !(
beWi1 &.by inW four asscs;fiiThothcr abr ortirthislinaof baaaeKl Ee-1t'dgos
jsi Id ir bolt! fflUOV0ffiW&The1teriioftvoyeMthQ4oc : torSU fcN WJ tejtej'tVrtHfitftivlule : ; fe'e 1;

ft $p the iVoif Aerj Jg wg ft Aiw j manner and thai all made in this I

ie of four eare. the tnlrAfor A,tprm silfe tti -NnrtteflPWto.ftt. J bw&-

IH & *; r urth for thotenn: Pf ightyear I 1 catiest1 f{iuitcdi & iQ1ved 1&1.' vv U &'t &II %Au211Iap1droilM1
the / IzoIS4Thr i ;* "tl1ly ) jg1iyj1t0
Pi ; and that; .111 h9v membwjoCftCOflg1eS5

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'right,we do a tinic i aU c9US

4. -we cannot lielievi our 4o ( O5I $ .:CaiVnser thesf respective arra _

; ytL! p.* g-fv.!;*" s "****** 'tUUvi*. ,A/I_ __ ___ ._,_ 1 v erym -'referebo therghtof the peterritories
1dr- 'reason why the Son democracy should -- pie' 171 s1a1'dj hi the new

t _____ 30 '. 'Muce&cwamsyH'm- hisveryWbigtOtIdInsIstuponK.tbat Eft
%, ttflk :: support CASS and LEit4thjt their heart to cbaiMInd that yon should Bubstittiw-

w* I L 4 s5I1 --.-- -. .jL1 "andsoul. TKNorthern Democ hOTe nadetheonly uembl&tat2ieWflflSWO'onW dncs1ay the one term for:the other. WelLletustry,the ex late the pirII of

'* ., what of the sentence. the baIs efthefderaI
'concessions that have,been made..They4iav - ; rJ* '% <' < perimentJarid eo ire make compact-
. t'. ., T 27thinSt.. aivIwasaddresset by the Hon. jthen have On theientlo
( r Ii-'. ..Ji.J"1 VTv-i. ;"?* -*- -*-- 4 given distinct pledgeIn.tJonvcntion -- -- '+ 4 -, -- Tbfrpeople-ollthe now territories
Sir'L! -" -
'M -
: DViTLEVY.XiJiE. txctide'slavery theauehef vnSef.'th'generat of4be
NOmKLT1O the right to far Docatjp
t bflEflOCRATIC 1 hey have; sustained gth South during io1jth;opn<|ay8 j i&iflet ef.the Constitution*
4 {W : i-t': ;; the"whole of thaEtrUggle in'the"last Congress,a" "; anyJYhig wiseacre teir n rrhat hat.meana, Iairnian
t 1ang and,:,wUhan 6i ium"-ieplete
48TkJL84T1 '- syne,
the ? ? ;
srigge mwbickwe were vnquishe&by canbc-madetpmean Isitnptarrantnonscnse --
.uciection j' .t outnern- 'f'' t .Are, there.V a-: '.- with Characteristic,ff -feeling-in ,alluded, .. J -jfr" the? many There 4 : Wings.. 4 tforeto endearing ties and bonds of Friendship jifch: the(Institution,.toMfer which- the-aright:fo ezewfs'slaVery detheC iattntioa t

; fe 'op. deserttho i-.Z Vcmnoor; : cy-;ofthc' ITnion s--; who: existed between bun,and. the citizensroid'Alachua. could exercised.. rtT0fl0r1to.OpePor the
have always been'-With1 Slayerrj coiMbe found and that such States
cT upon upon Grey heads-flaidlJIr.-Y.---wereTbe- ge"nera are the sole:
T r i --i (= 'v -- 'ithCEtitutith-WhtchW9Uld.Admflit: the right judges* ef :thrag<
VXI1LIAMP. :the rupdnBWfia question in wruch South- every j
P T- F-jJ.! cannot fore him that he had known ;ere isha4iown ia exclude slaerythre1'ou1dbe an end of the own affairs not prohibited btbec.i.
areoncerne&1 We
to. s- .t or] KEinpcKY.r&BI .-. 1 W'M.I-3 't jf3i r -' i-u4tji -- _nj'I tolman'B estate. *Hany-were arbundL>hini that jquej. that all efforts of the-Ab

i be traitors,-we cannotcomrnztuLcilet. th'athe: could recognise'as" thV same :hejmd: the right and: exclude it-atheir p'lcaaUre.-r made to induce Congress ttioha
,Lai, ;,1. ;:-I&TO5jJL.fiu ;: "' bU lYe U cannot discern what comfort the. Whip famhar 'Gez CAM Kiys e'cahTBeelho' OhpIoiple *' pf1laery-o!to take
known iij
Ii. theirtenderyears vry'
:-- -i /r 'i flUi> rf jc'Jj ttie latibn thereto
can draw fxorn thepoition. of Ltr. MOSES.-. power there. WttJdefy| inOst> mdsWlflg are calculated'
-1$ face said Mr.\Yn was tbe, remembrancer of sojae untjLJt :
4; theWi.'L .imagination to. conjure vtip;onelfiand.? most-Talarming-and dangerous"
evercto veto .
a& 1UP.ONTj of Gaden Where pledges -c.rnot'rovith1 incident connected with hi pastife,";and called is.done,-'we say tpj,purL Whig opponents,talk and that all such efforts have aa;
where ha TAYLOR CVCfl gone nonsense if please but!:.weprotest'againstyoiir'twjust V dency to diminish the
fJOHNv M1LTQ oJJacksoncCouny.: up the 'cherished associations of by gone ;you happiness of
t1iSOUth as C&ss.? Whatjicaiitcadtt1te attempt-to' make :GcnvCass do it, endanger the stability and It
4 Zt- '. . years. Those associations'were always dearand :
; '1 -- -r; by interpolating-his letter Union "and ought not
tobe"eoL..TO ...
: to him still more dear, from their.intimate con- _r* '-r'' "1'---
$1tfiL. 4 ; kf'r Rri"Jkd : rby
: what >
., ,, aye1theyfprpve<. nectipnwith.ali 'that .1i 'had Been"in weal"orwoe
.;; L 4-V' ')J t'1 *.i--- V '' ;- ,4.tercour8in -" of Mr. Fairbanks. ,, Upon motion of Mr.Orundy each _
Movz1 roL REPREEIcTAnVL the ;last. ses io'of. Congre8sI-. staled, % l" .
-' '- --j t -- -of priyateor public life? To hiTejdphe nis iThe followingletter vwas addressiedbrHon.. was separatel- :
f =
> *
T Dual.- Cabe11td *
:'r Bailey. -JJrown. Jiiid stconc1usive1ths-4ha1 Taylor ? L.'U *V # ," 'v V ? -, doptInniiiniously. in M
t1iL1 124T 276. 236 278 .. 'duty, said Mr. Y., faithfully,'was'his first con GEO.R. FAIRBANKS,:one pf the Democratic candidates -- ;
; thouldte successful they ntll.sustain himin refit- : lution was agtmipased,an at
.St.Johis,. 163Golumb'ia. 13Pk. 170 430. sideration. To merit thejust of praise of for Elector of the tate,to Democratic in May last it ras again adopted for tyS2
sine veto the Proviso.
as ,# 3 .S4 .290"77 .' 89 > to Wilmot.. those who ;had honored him"with?)their confidence zneetingatVatertO ; N.'Y; Aa it fiUjenbo.dies _timej.awJ thus by;tie sanction timiS
293 237- 296 > -* --i '* :'" ->,*< ". *ciVS.- *
v cratic National
"O 213'Orange f, r : .ifrff uj.j was his next desire.- in this;he hoped he /theiviewa dfjts author in relation to,the Ponveixtipns has been; fahiS-
ii n 2OO .211 The Eepnblicon'a "lVew Doctrine!' "*" t- ;-t?*,j if j\.i f-'.>s*j -1,5 _'-j, -'- uw '<-, ttLj-*, aubmitted as one f the jprinciplei !!
'43 -5 43 >::--5 was not mistaken. present.Presidential contest.and .particularly
The "Republican" seems .to be considerably -" WJ-< ---.* .: it. ,JV qtia party/and upon. ihiguxti
leon 277. : 397'Gadsden .Mr. Yulee then at considerable length discussed as connected,with the subject ofilaTcj'tt cannot and the South hare net ubd b
flustered at thecommuni? < tion which appeared _.. .
325 ., 439 326. 436. < < fi /- j
t. ; : .kJ1 -- tho tjfeatures, pertiizthig'to the present fail to be readers.. bytheirjKint action Lewis Cass.
iL100 interesting:our -
$ >
lI :Franklin 101 15 an'ifdiriarily on'last over the signatureof"SouthronP- .., ,
: 'J136 -* -* -* *-- -VT *#* '* ***? *% I 0.Butlerv Itwo; d
!' Presidential.Canvass and 'the party'issues of : .t dio ,, ,i-*
''Watulla *91 130 95 *3 able :
weehould have Jeft 160 236 ::22O ; the He in ancl ln-1-ammnieceipt of commum-
-Jefferson. 288 of day proved a most able masierly your yention of the
erfprs pfthe -onej
i V organ : ofSepfc'sth invitngVnieito| 'address"'Mas8''AIeeting'6f a iaost/pro
,d LLlU ;
argumentjthat the Democratic candidates
two ,6f
'Duyai'punfcy; WhiggeTy lraself-but ,as he'resides the- asks dpgateawert: !aaej
COLUMBIA COUNTY. :\ .- Democracyof
ti K i -1 from the State of New,York ,
for tireonly1
; President and Vice President were mid, tW i2I
ti at a considerable distance from this Town:of Watertown friendly to-the elcctipn of.Cass
; !':'. : L L.A and Souih'ern tion declined to receive Che one tjb
< safe true of
> .
and Butler.
exponents rights as ,
place: and as the article question abounds .r.t|, i of the other hat
t admitted bsthlsimplj
]|,i. | -a.- 5 | of fiicts well as of..the'true Democratic cr efdlt] MrlT. Nothing would anprd me/greater/ 'pleasure, be. that
-J .S5 B in'the grossest misrepresentations .we ,than to meettHeDempcKicyf6fmy native town replied. the Cositjj-
vt>V1tS, > .S'-g': handled his whole amiable and which
p1.l H : S 5 ,p, siwlir.gr feel bound to expose a few of them for our own subject dignified among wh6rnltigrew'up in the Democratic nominated Mr. Vaa JBnc& idoj

'-"ca3 --- -- : manner, manifesting an acuteness and pro faith and;imbibedirthose,'principles-under the, derrEimTlarfcircTraistaacesf precisely$

; Xmigsttor, II3 64i2O 641t6 67 112vT 'sake.In fundity of thought rarely witnessed' Mr. Y4 influence of which I.haye ever since continued course'jln; relation?
the first the RepnbTican. : '
; o1uinbus 19 2 25 2I. 21 21 23Crvers' place, attempts 'Pennsylyanial'It .. t t,
.. 19 iS.18.17,. 18 of spoke only of facts,produced oil d evidence to act, principles dating their existence is idbt i -
:1s 18."lO to get up an atmosphere Whig sympathy, by from the' fdrmatiori of 'our perhapa ell1it :
MIn 12 15 13 17 12 18 10f4d of those facts and in a manner known only'to government, this sd called 'ree.Soi1
1Springs,14 accusing the writer tf having written the article and'professed by the Democratic party under: movement hid fti
;. Por White 5 '5 ([ 7 t i: 4.Portqafl from the
,1 himself conciliated at the same time that he 'Hartford Cbwfltft
:2812 32Jobnsyil1o. under-the mortification of defeat. This is -that-name since the .days of Jefferson,, but the
.7 36 .6 37 16' that one of the principal amendments
false and matter which the Republican combatted. Many questions'weepi pppunded- necessity .an immediate return to my own pmoaJ
9 .14 0 1. $ ,- was a upon by that body-was the deprivntiofrofsentatipn

Creek, 'oo 20 00 i. 2 2V could not, possibly, .iave any know during the argument by gentlemen of the opposite State/will In / preclude reference me,to from the names that pleasure.of the'distin to fhe Southern SLat&Wb1C1; iboiI(

Rivcr, 27 '30 26 29 26' 28E11&ii11 ledge.- The article has been In cur possession party, which Mr. Y. answered with a guished your nominees-of theBaltimore Convention 'be founded on an enumeration'of the 1Ai
11' 5'T ,
iijnrIlIjrrV: 1o 19' 149 I 10 7.19V! 7.19 7 foBcT1aIveeks. prior to the late election, andwas pleasing promptness betokening a manly spirit tl'.recognise, a leading.principle ofrepublican L a refer part of thrpbpulatioh.* liproof f th r

4:: P1att&1V. 15 C 15. 7.13 '7J4 .,8 ,; written long before.the result of the election of generosity, and an abiding conviction pf the faith in.an uniform adherence to regular npmi- the ttlo'.v.jpKiles 4)flSIflayabe Register,found yot lt in j ge3ljj't e fo

:;: Troy, 15 2 15 2 15 1 14 1 could have been anticipated. The charge, justnessof the cause he so ably advocated. nations_ and heeiful" a" acquiescence' r 'the' "acts'oftlie ** words-.. ',,
./dU Coiwa'rts' 9' 5 9 5 9 5v Mr. Yulee remarked in the.course his majority. ; -
26' ktO6 therefore, that the author is {/a viper,"-ispodr'and argument Twenty-nine States of thiaTJnion'represfentedby First-rKeprcsentaHves antl direct fub d I
4 -
.Blou ts'F O'Q6
rry,30 be
apportioned the
|hat lie'had'tut'littio expectation of their the 4th of amoxtg several Staiet tie&
' :' _;: .J--- des.jncable-and turns after:being Delegates, on JMpcday May,
? -btMncluded
::7 Union
may accordf
ever again being a candidate, lie clpsecf his 1848, assembledatBaltimpreas a Nationjil H
237290 296302262290,2711
,: .fl TqTAL: 293 vanquished to pour vituperation and slander their rjespectjve 'humbers otfTeepmtnt lsii
: triumphant foe-f all fol-de-rol and address late'in'the afternopn, amidst a general Democratic Con-venfioudcc1ard by a large mijxrityf ding'lhose bound to '
: upon a serv*? for atena fmR
1'1' ? Votes
; their their
r.; -! ..,lrJJARIO. 'T .COUNTY./. /- ih if> -. idoedimen' of- that// style< "of fine'" writing v.V murmur of i approbation_j from ias audiehca C PreBiilent,; and* aeneraliWilliajn 1 ;y jtH'* '. -1 pi1- "' j j t -L* *-*; j| 4 i>*( *( '-V j J i r i' '
** v t 14.' 1
4.l t >} ** ,_. -
:_. ,; -Ti. i:' '$ ; ; f3 iiihidh Republican weekly improve and TIic Tribune r tiua Ceii. Taylor.- .foriYice President.. \'At the same period L persons., lobectott1us anicndmntjsie- : -eictuh

so1utionsIagnin -" Jf. -V < '
$ promises'in course of imoo bccomo quite an -.Finding that -Mr., CLAY considered himself, and V from the ist'of; inhabitants eonrerrpitaezt f -LI -
opte4 n profession poiftical (

'. 'f ep4\; <_ itix v' /' J-H ; .1 : ': politically defunct since the sitting of tho Philradelphia platform ii'; 1I11i the 4Deinritid' ity of the representation'tbrcis-fifths Uiiionf f :of tile' bin

, .. % .:.% .: V-i CP3 V rl r- After remarking,that the.deftat of the Democracy Convention,'and that he would no Ion.ger'co !wotild- place tlMelT l wUb8>iatoyiiThesejresoluibns.were -re orneid&1 nd at
1. i Q 34 communicated ttbthe.respective
: is -' :. 4 in\this; county is. to some extent.to bo sdnt represent the tattered remains Zr .Six.h.-jXoperson'who .'shall nemfilllicd
O .0 jjomineesjofi.the inappropriate .
I L4 C? ; :Cpnyentionyand I -' -V --- *
; p hrown,1Q71Q47.2 3 4'1113 _8-6_ 211 tibidt43; zxnugxhihion of Storlto
Mc -Barley; 'Uo ,9s'60 8 11 7 '3 17 45 'OV'200 of self compkcency, which it should abandoned -its neutralityvand i conies' out'forTAYTLOid to the country.that these'resolutions meet wit1 L jj of flepientathefl.

' 4 .'*Cabdl,107'l6'47; 2'4; 5'11: 13 8 ff 213 have extended to the whole!.-State and islands From the article wherein* declares tttfr entire'appr'oval and Hpportrand th&nbmineesTpf. fic under the yWerJldi authority 6 tI1 hit anK t$

..Dnv1L 45 .<.9 62 8io '6 4 1743 1 ::205 .Uhe ConvontionB thus before.the T
adjacent Georgia :our WhItergau.acknqwl&Igesthat
,; possibjjr its for
.. reasons so doing, wo'extract the portion lanyotthep dBnJJppl en of 1sEV3.iltzi
; Merry100 ,9-47 .2 3. .3 11 13.8.O.202 people.as the regular,and nly,rcgular>candidates i4,
it has been caught innse.fto relating to the questioii.. *It doesnotsupport' have undoubtedly been, drawnrafo LM
;e4 Aldrich, 44 9 58 8 10 5 4 17 42 ..1 .198 ; r- ; Ft.iv ; > ; ; v :*- of the. Dpcri4tyfheUnited: | "
: *Scott, 1.03 10 44 2, 4 3 10 18 6-6 202 but adopt9 a yerr.unsatisfactory methodfgetti Taylor because hpf is individually ppr. States..vNo other Dei oera'tic Cohvention.of the !, cnnbinatioubut it ehpnld.be
but,of the ,Jt repeat's Btateshas1 1* 'tt'Jjrj J """*'"'"f'i *' ** ": th4 nibttp of the Democratic pishoyldsbc
.Paine, 41 8 >38 8 10 5 tJ'17421 195 g same. its aster.ti posed .to the extension :Vut: "
I!.rt, .. *. '. . I / pf slavery t1"* ; because." of thcsc. ,f ptiaciplesidcn&ofisjeinga (?/ n s,'' u'.i..i i
**?> .". triZqie3tion / rtd&eii&tiret in the event of his Success]' tMtrwmph'ofihe'Wli.tetle&f'Muofi' United secwling moyenen .
& ,
-c 3 c *4f1fr, ITIoscs' Address.v .- vi :javeryehepoor ncthe man 8tesrvthefieId I outlet .and)ftboUtion,: in its end, leaving wt fl.

'In'the 4 Whig journals1 of fhciStaVe, appears a that strikes the --hammer and rings f the"thehunelant' cntil/' "The question of 8ttvery.lfxiensio i8fi.he -Convention areTouucl.b.y t1e-notnnatioi otth all 4ihe old .Deni cratic issues And an1r5dsjit"

e'ngthy'address of ftir.Mosts,6ne of the delegates who own; no.slaves,"'.it not -niOstFseriOUthatt temaing. ,Wei t khbW 'GeniCazs 'its creed one :single UdfrU like Anti Slategr* j
: JM>urierisnv it*een4.ltrue <
:;s.$ .4 i
-lo the'late' B.iltimore Convention., 6the'D mo- as deepty utteeteci in the institution, a: the nh sto fbe? upon itfj" w.Vdo.idtf belietdGen. Deuibcriit cm remain nnUer sucb ".""
i i t"iracy aj
:of Florida: From the position;( ivhi h:lie planter mho ie largt estates are cultivated by.heAnd.yetwhilesrepeatin.g has spoken Taylor often be in essentially'right general condemnation,jThatKci of 1k & ibis izat.io nora.n suchan crga $

aa% cupied; bfneutrali lQ the:j

.. ; nominations, woave'Deeh "eomewhaC'curious &end thhag of -w But how are we tojact on this question'inthaview : iflat allhlli1A11c pt I6 t ttpi.fyand I ji t accession.ofIit Vta Q*! :
-:and itsiinderthe with thei
, discover J what --newgxUhI h1ouid* ** "* have "Sou'thrbnthat .'it'is insidiously attnt1igt ]tp ultimate-and complete triumph4tjfthe accepting the nomination-!fall Ipecies ojorganizationsJHrAt"Bbster fraternizing Hartford Confenti
[ ._.
H *" > "Ji' .5"- < % action of friends wuid *s.rieiitly i4iid: frmy
: i knot *
'ti'kenHo Tender is6acceptable ,1to the o poison 1'mds of a 'class of our citizens rempve.pur opinioiv irestored to.-4bDcuic1ifp1; ;
doubts that 6f However
] < pur1 adversaries/would. 'South ? so nuiqh respected and distinguishjeH'in -
.'i;;' Whgs.:'
: ;,- ''liffword in his addr ii'vticb.'sh outd uaminis- '"NoTrwe'prbtest, splemhly'against this'method:6f -loipeo ally to.Genl'CassV biit''their instinct Wmuch' stiin'able U fa priviiie citizen G iiOri supporters oftbBu1VouTefltit

.,.w'iv 'ter to them tho least.comfort., Every1 word 'he. ck- -g t"V' nd-'filling"' ,- f taiinga'politioni | 'Tayloiris ti military'ihfon' merelylif no long
*. no training in civil affairs be-has artyjwhose cardina1principtes.tbey1sJbandonedand
.._ ( < S "W l / -l9.j nirn V 1 a- !*1 I:2' 2 i '1 .behonlyjiopefriumpkis ihrough hlfcbnJmeasared. ; iirIbrinedsttjution
y. ttttett against the action otthe Baltimore Con wilica we a.?e ni U injurious to onLiiern, of ,tbelfeTibutihe old distinci-
rVL thLz 'naa1
tinuedascendinoy l1ie5'lie11rL1i6
'4t9 )(I ( .J ari4 .1x.ffltitiit
s a bi41 fWil 1ii eth' endeavoring to1smootii tli ivty false re&ndedo4c'n'd of 'his -coun1r iia bcer-'know .
..: L _Lw 'Ji41Z' M) os j $Vt 4'fl ; 4OI1q' 'it'- aeToashouldbe'L elqc.4 lr.ande r'use! notV iisttk n The1Wfrgjttyfiiulty.as LtI'4nly hi Iii cIviitiittii maybe- deemed itBat'citizen > beiDgno1
; of Elt1i
a Southern1 Statexandz ;
.- e' tCflO? offr. Mos'long argument is io 'vt i -., ;it'is, einbodies mosto !thet uperate,and 'candidate"before a Southern, peopl JtiaUiJ'ideas
; ( VL ti I i* & 2 llJ ';!ttT 'HI .Anti-Slavery sentiment p! the country And MrJFiUmorestands before tlie.pepploTastherepresentativfy '
thls the .
( eft'ct.-that t1aiiisoi eso1utions were :: -
ico -- pf weekly this mayb& mnfiuencedbylocationapd.tiom
reiterating doctrine, and ; I and,the fact that it, has nominated Lpui- of.all the aiiciehtissues HO ttl

; iu- -tjy. *' i-uij.4--i tiit ieojinJ i.adni jet'"dedyin its 'cerfeain results "ia, the same 'siami Sugar' Planter"for President,1 whose'opin (
tdCAL not clearly enough definti.T5fif breath. It ions this do : &c. with suiall :tsharo of old- say
.,I. is'useless for the Republican to deny on subject not accord-with it's owu together no Abolitionism. ;
j in
rrVt; : ir-' > -iuJ f"'t-- theCounty of Jefferson
4- eriLovarra'ut] his receivgflcsipportorthose. that.it is preponderating convictions, constrains and will ; In ;support -of such candidates, noDeihocfat
e, indifferent-to the question AbO1ifion'w1ien embraced'no uthdoctriae$UU$
-among you :
t. *' '(* t 1h ,
V .ib constrain it to decisive and would think of the timbhooored
itho'deciar uic Madison more earnest hostility deserting : it
.,-n...t I jL 1' '-.'resplutiong."T7iWe'canhot ...C -. perseveres in urging a tpoiut, to Slavery Extension. The .strong current principles: f his-party... JJu'ffalo Convention have-advanced,--bad BO

'S.; fc" but*'-i5"t deem the argument,*
1p: Mss sophistical. .Wo do not, and havetitw.l ruin. The disciplesr cf who under other 'auspices would be found-im-! itic.paiti of Whi VaSd'Deiau6rits'a>>tliirdparly adhered to Constitution as its guWV"?
Loyola "hardly ,
i. u J '": -'''*' can excuse sought to maintain tho true .principlesl
laerer pretended to that the resolu'tionsEt.i Willing and which"h is7alwas iit Faa coii'tetiineduid
deny, their nocturnal murders under the. even resistingivsAnd'aGoqgress j which that Constitution foutidetL'aL)&I 1alwaysJooked
; >:; *i. t( 'plea ;was
adOptedaCThtirnoreare not those elected under the .influence of 2this feeling will -< despised faction, has issuiacd a newidegreeof
fully .ipto a the' Abolition
advancement; of religion., The ..assassinwho upon
t i5 j .not, darenotxonsent to.or connive at the exten- political impertatrce.-and'with.jts-old .name
Ifl 1 at'SIaaisoh., Ye have- never- a yr pretended to denythjitthe plunges, his dagger in the heart of Tiis hn of alavey, *h thdirectly or obliqncly. LibertyiParty changed Free SoiL and'its dangerous, and 1 may akuost.-say a trea Ot
faction and in the 1S35 $
F1Ik >.Dempcracyiofj Florida jwere absplway8.dtelarea4tha victim, is rio'less assassin'because 'he avers The triumph fihe'W&gs! iill-lies dfe tof ;bld Jleaders withdrawn'and'1Uiec names df Van then, year althoogB.Toter i
t41pl&g; 8 ustain theBajor.e that he had'no conception that his acts-would tk Sfareiy crusaders from''Mt.Cal/thun down to 'BQr99and'Aidams i5 a conjuncti6ntoi<:the-rnt I ing.rcsoluti'on7; ,I.cordLillyncurred passed thPJ

Ych '! '- '4_ -; : Hangman Foote.' 1 Should*;Gen, ;Taylor:oitemyt (lisjnnctive'association 'placed.Before the -:people aa
produce dcath. The'Republican has wantonly. is Cpurt/JIouscv iaTWatwJfellowcitizen ,,
tot overndeorc&rcurnventthe fret striving by a new effort attexcitementtpTnie
; SotijnovementtLuihehas
f > ife" 3 V.
I '< ;J MHi : 1 the'Hon. Isaac H.BronsWj
bocJ. taken a .position which at Twceiveawill ;he wi4Zsoonflr4 second a fanaticism and -. ,, *
, ; now -himself t Johjz war;pf. array.the. North *- f- *-- *- -- *> -*' -<- ll-UH
/I.VJ/JS.'T i -j'-' -'ni *:3tu ifO---! :- ? ? v>* '
wo .were < amid "Resolyedj-.T-hat tbe.thciiitit3r
South acb
np.mprgrbpnnd lead to-certain consequences. It'mow reiteraKVfjV too much setiseto'attempt it.-y -\"IA against -directy' tendIng wken

:_e.' t ,1reip, thanSo. tk Carolina- by the. couretofrBatit tta'eWdociiie- / -* j. ,i but,calmly, .'rja asiuremuthat- : --iiVT $";W ''thereforeconfidently'trustingthat; the to the disioIutIon'1tdt. thi' gloriou Republic tend that.they are actuated by. sen5ec *
and the direct commands of-God to proceed
became bounden L'i .' l >l P.
jlutytoacthe ; cour it dpes nptBymp' 'thixejn the result to whichit the-case,1.follow the?success'ipf the Whig candi; of Ihe early patriots tile Re.vu1utionNortli ;thLs unholy ork, "e"'Can'belieye they $

nicnni ire-wer a11ed1upoitto .,will 'lead. '. -- dates,.yrill give them hencefcrtfraideternMnedsuppprtf and gouth,JEast'andWest, %. ; K V .forweareiaware: w at.deeds ef; darkizt
f .
SOuthern--r -institutions. ,If we.coujd not We are) not'Satisfied with- the excuse of the Painfully conscious'that' in'dpingsbwe ; Itj has)beenYa fatterof"deep regret 4e io the- desperation have beenVJ perpetrated, ar'

; it procure the adoption' of the 7th Madison resc. Republican that its/ abstractions" shall'differ from-many chcrished-frionds,We Democracy of the'ptheV Stages of the.:Uuton'that- .such:-a delusion;,*atwhen they arae .
__ ,: Are top|(4elti and warned all around
:v by nearjy
: lution, this waa no reason why irft j *- -->'.w'5rv iS.- can only ask*henilodefer theirjudgment until- itehibascon-
.for .*" -.. -V''cMmotr456nsiderthatr'n events shall tributed the election dfi stheybdiold a wiolejjation speaking iflj!
ta4I A part ? ffl 4> .r; ** vC -. ; -> A --,*( frT7Hi. justify or blast purexpectations. to: oanauy.vDemocraticPresidents
.pocrvi6 ool&abolishslaycry.s &mere "abstractiotfrw .et'vra to,4 the pre We confide not anYnianbutin th'ecreat'andiritenfgent *houlL:byternldisscn n, have -of thunder;when they see wjth.their own?"

: Wests a6d! fut'urer" !ii*""'" i'tt party whose instincts'nn'd traditions 1Os'the,poyr au&infltie ccie pncpoes 11: .the agitation and storm they are rpusiBg'

;4J .gery nd Virl LI alike biiidit to Ur&JcausepfJELumanity and FreetTheRichnjpnd .-"and itis trotr at rregrctthat thIiwn ;directions;;>'butj above ;alL wben

: 1 Convention tof declare) any 4u-pincip1es jfl wh'a asa fw dom2'4 h tllt $jg 'faitVWnunofity 'aportiott oir the*Democratic alarming danger with whjchx !! '
t 4 f ftv: v>> i-J Ji'y/jMT : fhree &i!
vni.bJ -z. j tu arty should have seceded front the'lastandoiilyrefuge ?
'fk ever and at the > the..pld principles
same time.amng ,to be tho -- _-4 '- ;: t
true 01 'Tree! -'tf oiP'art* *"il1 -. v '|; can U too "deiwate" for thcusajon.: Tb. RelIt 1 l3'beNLth Iacu-. .iq-: bi n.di landmark?of the party,and allied with cherished iand beloved institution* tnrflww
i the seu1and and yet.in a spint of uttefcdefianc?
:*'* T: 7i Lr rT I secedingWhisnni1 body tAbO -
:-1 JCCtftS beeectiou. o their a'MbLecand. has aquirei? wmnientfngCAS8tihnfli liinijha :warnings and -
_p. I f sown the' &&)U'and "has beirun to
daL and by thus atWmngpcnrer t4 aniuijIate lir th jfi a Vtiength. uttheb91inetero G n"t1jt nasu ii ijlatf i4i1 Ujd&wMiht I lyto fi
V. h 'HI k j a 1 MSK ayjxsufiauHd ? jtfers "declared they uldstaad'ahdtoform'which! compelled!Jbdieve them.aa. laboring'

:f sTa1eTMt1iu VUIC .Delicate. *' dlstintetu;iwi ftn ?ha-Ojij a 1 : bvey1"h F'j j l lcla&ky.ba1*niltilinn ilfatitfirl Attk*** iBr deluskdigracefu1 to'a1armi
4 -1'c
Afe.IM '-4 t ni 1jA'I the countryP. .
iwhe dengdgneism.ofthe': Mcbr i9ejwouldJndcae tbaWbiggry1VUS gto -
l. the Union to be united with as ia interest -to Wlg ordr tO1flO f out ikhat he lain fa-yor of eoeraqyLha1'emocracy Was1Ybigey Aswodid allsbeuso* Idon w. ; *
ius 'Z1'tiaTiftz the exclusion slavery ; these the thes
ist&ined from tcrritoories"by same opinions, fteely exprew
: votes uTerDccaionby.tbei $ p1iLithe; ter tt T1&Zolz the t territorblXegislature'dne'.bf the devi"cea of pplitical'i millefaium1 had icom frhen-Martia those who ;kaowthejfuth lor|alsiiyvof flK'
haye'explicitly,declared PIl1nirOisni Iii'TAyj iie7 eeth 'jif of-pur"Whig ftiendsj*soraetime'a'resortedl to Wan Buren 'Joshuathe-. -

1q 8galn8t the -in-thcfrip eechesj.ia-tpriBterpolite the; words ,Douglus> )uld jienibrace.in happy> nibrAl*: earne8taupporterat..all times of toe

;'-4 in their candidate fqz.theI'residencyly QnO who *1 '1t4'i a -t 7 fr ir-: "/o exchidft in he:placet either words 'tojegu.' .thpugh7the- >ry of Kbcrty ahd.LiMrty Pairty; ic party-and she remains so,,andEhe* -

2in neifrC ii; cti..o T'' 8outheri laffi,__ Wehaye before remarkedthat these:; hdd'been !*rnrig for yearX''these new elements; .ingbut.whatsheb willing to concede, 3 -

journals tbyd be ternw are'ftot'b'hjy differentbut theTeverse of, %aa neyer deemedthe1-principles.'pfthatparty: is.that --her.constitutional jrihtS'jBi )

d SoU" il6ita } : % itiuthclr, signification iizrjajt- worthy) of their notice and in.the.y ear .1 835, pected, and that the arbitration'prov t

tickit1wis eire1y' JJ.---*.... vjfi iflN ctrej,,, Ji JBO consider[them,>[at Jeafct grhen applied,to'this 4thSeptember, at a3ieeting at rAibany;the fol- the Opnstitution all-8u
,.T_ .i4jq pe.son.for neutrality ,fafuch: A'y subject For instance ert is no one'of these, Ipwing RcBOlutioa waa passe -rcpbrted lby lacommuted incite integrity, and ,notbear qyer4W

$j statefOf thinga, j We could not?refuse the .irigenioy WhrgsWe'; pr umel'whHVoul hesi-l of hibh3 bhADix-was choirmany ; party or prejudicial majority tng.

' ; 'bread becatisfwef irerfrf* tl*rQel-that_i. _2J. Cotf-*t ':* *and rbf whichJ6hnV nBurenIwa8 a menib rakid der the-heat of passion or Wfi'The

tap-tedoSfc5t7r- | on th0th&ptemberi 835MrVanBu- Derfoo cypf thej&utli winfastitteional
: ;
; Wjatii mp abus4 rict
j$ Wolubieteem
mxt eli zte'joi citIzens, of Iorth1izolinaTtho nomiiiti6i: fthe.I31tith re uiiT5fltt*%
.iniHp hands of whig Abolitionitts because-the! dIeuo. wou1d1enyt.h$ iiiaybgsp; he proceedings of this .mee'ting aid! autby belietO)that lntthp1tf *,

; ; "i rtM/.vCOQTe&t0Qth7adl i "*'*-* ->- ?_ .--i ,aers* \ n Sll tthibe?;l1c9ire4 Wth -

it* -thanlo declare aiai \ upqr4JJkeIrn5ttioiifl iarfu slave y fro iherlistrior th 1IW |.c iV '
t l c'z le'man WuEI it-thAsthwhy: fl4Utkfw r'thatregulai 4 td'IhAundri,the Cdnstituiion'ofi United the recognition by itanomincea of tlist WJ

$lztt 8tHbe rnfmntah4s1aiu Ia m they have5 the$ssuraac* 4hatitt. .
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110 -' -4 B .

", fiSSfld writ' .. ".Tdn'adh'eredl'to'" .' f .' ifm4at'aid. 'j net" ieJ to a r aA tf.- l" 'PHici1d l;wWT:-I' .iL'.h' n,_1M ". ," ,," ,"", ".-" ''- : j 1 :
(.I! tit tiona1.rI his ft conform o; h .,. ( 0\ ., ,Jroo I en t -- \
."", t6 clt i1lfDil e'ip t";t 'o .tote ort ew- i intsi'estatlaredittmistrictHl fs_ 'f'f'II- J1i'bi111., vA Li liE8T[ 'lN io .. : -x..t.--. +,. .;,.. .. J:.
.' ,ltd illy in asPPS of Cass, and Butler t, r lI,etkme {if attdiigle"tW", ) : t s' J.,1fi .4diJ a i- + .j-- "' Ii
: : .
frtYiII Y t sill Erse m 1riatsirilbe' ikno'trnror4thonghttof lbe, ,, 1' ,. .t,,'; .: .- I $ ,. ,.
t ADiJ1iibj'itUa .it.7 f" t :7tift f '
-.2' !''tt most s-s dly'wiltbem'a' South Carolina. ,Theif.ri ''staff'fharl : ";.,' ,...,'._.. .-.-, V... )' l1 .P'. -,0 > 'Ii 1l,..
r ,the.E1 nd manufactures 'iad ftAl'a; ; : ; d ;W-rti 1 i"1 -If : SAGA.. ; I
and ; lyhtpa _d 4.i ; if h ore: ; .tJliJ
re are benefited gkt if!fe Ie'is sin S i ;'.i-W .,d..V : ; .' :. it !
I -boaorut with an election to that dieapproprWiouofC z M UNUaU ; tick e-\ -. % 1JT' n OI'ft- "o.,''t.t, ,
pll 'I
_1 1'rf < but\ these from t q .. .ti3at I&a... s,can re- ., .. ;, .. ; .
come the
O rtionjand I would p. q J1J.BtEt
casury,and. that c .apmysdfas the jtadgerfi lieae3heY.a 't ., Rrre.taeretore : L f i,"
Re mm.donbUy t' '
of tho highest esteemI Treasure-isfilled.by:Tdutiessadi 5 1 ; tdb'N' 'E ; i
'tesitiments aDlfI two-thirds of iiist majority'oi,that 'Andai,' 'C.PICOLA'r.
topasssing .
i'e I Yours very respectfully, those duties"must ultimately"fidl oa/:the-Plan. ";" point + < ) ;'&*r* MI..Jono1t1J1g'robnatlmo1Ju --"'tosy: : _"01"l .. PI ; W .t' 1 Jt1Iif.

'S--' GEO. B. FAIR BAN. tation States, as they iunrisb two-thirds-of our ., x billifn'"** .a...Jfj'* "od'taittxConslat to,:the beneficeJ:l effects.of WistaFaprefesaon : $ tioaaectio i ttith. fe stft : 1

)'D.D. Otis Wm Wood and P.Mundyi: exports.. :3iatd.amaat disposed to disturb you apt to do *liii'su7ooaolnAeitwonliardt? Ba1ftmr'1md 'h .3L *ii"im t e "-!: if ofibe i'? 1 Wl bW. tbetateeigr. ', ,
It '. with this vexed 'question.'r olemnly declare 17hapPen1Jmt.IShmd dlare oa tacoa-o sithe tJfoSr .. 'P. 8A1l.A -. Ii r
.Cdlo Q'S ; II,srAIJ.JNCiJ AW.r '
I do.''not know of i ,. s PPS Tt" )&qJ4J. .
itlUr tetter. one ,opinion common'to the wtGw.J w ,' 1"lt .' 1.lf., J. 17. obtained relicf D.: Monroe, theU.a> .Mail kph.Pi volata t 4s ,
Hater's Whigwty. principle gre by it3'neeQdid; ; Si : '
acknowledged A
:generally 'ft iA' 'P.1er. yea. ewrnaasi !
losing letter from the Hon.DA KIEL C.ppenred by- thenvor-on*Reeling.'-which :Q.7\Ve11-m 'what 'd 0 70a i11D1f D( r -" Otta>' ;'Fair.,1IBIf4R'S ;';. 'f : ,, -- -

.atijo' \.'e 'which in the Charleston Cour1rlill them as a party,:which is not, I believe can actuate ,' rpropnely t 'pr t ":tariff; ndaU"t .BALDSAIJ r. K. i. < tnabos.toTallahasseeVMATTIIEWS. le; Alligator, Ftz. aueru.>Ieral- .. e.r.pt"_ngs" _"' .' .rCoI di'" r is s

I'r read by Democrat the injurious to the South. : ted States Bani and'internal bnP, bytheYleaerltl'Ioverntmentn I .; .l. .,- "' .O? iWILlt.ClIERRr... OCAMULG"p' _. ... j "'""!_ .t .l ,
iJa uld be every Gen. lor ., } ( --.. :-81'40 'iliA& it I"
tate ? '
I'a lea' Tau' anoneof.his letters that .,.I II .ftsOri'to"trP m di'd bar" '
the words of SEW.AK are remem- he i .1? 9- u;. '.1 0es, < t4T. /:/.'_ 4 u'PMONtzTtr:
When mot J nti !
which the act zU'Y
I'w of the greAt partiesinto passed by Congress unless the be uiU it.
IISa lam. 'Out has been, nod tlnYs will be )fcirgt -' constitutional'or passed in haste: that same is without 'b rlb'1t;reckon if<; hiIIk tth- : agnate ,;but' jlhrewrintc; ?ouiwa, yt the* :;md/SArJiTMQ' iKgit !o' o'cI i. d,.---Y ,, i t .

I'Y (lift always UPON THE ROCK. OF hLYIdtided due consideration..jThese are sounding are.rigtetheyitou*:be rights "* *T. '*ta. i 'f ,n&ue4 r .. 'ttedicine- ,"immediately r 'after. the J* rive at Picolata in time'for :the Maul ; fiT& :' :

oxc'KXSTS OTHER HOLD ITS CITADEL IN words,'but they mean >very little. In the first ;Q."What do you think,"sir, fAe 'peTe+ef dose of Ae Itti session of the Eegiare, when- : 'gotbrough TI 1'J to lIJI\I'monqal St Aagustine a'' ,toreu'-. ".."..-.. ....,. j n.
what can Gen. '
THE place
AHP _Taylor.know of the Con our 'Wre
tungl aniaost'dried 'thei' !
n. < by .
oO CAItOLlLU8 cannot but feel that the stitution. In all doubtful cases he must receive extending the sreaef slavery';,, in other words :raritiedv' """I" -* >-* O 'Returning! l\JIU iki every TUES Atrand 1fi -

SOS&Del forcible reasoning 0 Ch e wise and as correct, the interpretations of those do you think,.with me, that'.slavery is 4a gnatagora here"- of,out. ato.'t-, warmed'State'HoosTbe --' : each.' Ddoixzwa'i'tTo'eltich'toachia,. ,. .. ",,g-' above. J .

. cad will have influence upon those about.him, and there will be:none. about him / UIi"GtK 19iey arc pmsen'boats In eom'irorder .. h
patrioLic but Whigs. What the Whigs in Congress : .. a most_ karrassingTOugh which"threatened city.! ,
regard where it is f .* J
, hafe been led away by the glare of as constitutional will be constitutional in J Jmy serionj ;and oiney furnished hi-every tree '. ,1
.\0 mal jt-'bem'r .sentiments tine??'.' Butl ot health Jn a degree. Was feetthatire. 'p;' }arc: comnmndcd by' '
.nr Abe opinion of,Gen. Taylor. .. f ; gentlemen of.Well ; i .
I, behtJ SULPHUR SPRINGS, Aug.12, 1848.Mr Again, how can Gen. Taylor-ever decide that here,; my friend!. I: answer you thus' ':frankly' ) .are iikebted*--v ."to- it-s aomo'atte.u j,6 -a ..-._ .a'niids"otatn, C. __. 1.J, .-,i' 'roes known" are'asaured.experience that on the: route,:rid their pat. ( ..
mat !
) Hiir Dear Sir--I cannot understand how the an act has been passed in A hurry or unadvised through cosrterjr ; iDow don't go and .blab alt,, ; weight.-.which addition, once.:.FELT,can- paid to the and ercry''iittenttonl, be i
ly by Congress? If he takes this t net be' safety comfort or pa gert, : )
rat io in Charleston can eu dorse tbe'prioD ever ground, that abolitioiiist. forgotten: ) "
pirtJ' about Pin and to the'car i;
I an : handling of : iJ"
De freight ;
ut the Whig Convention in PhHaAlthough satisfactory evidence will be afforded that he is None genuine unless signed L BUTTS on tho'wrapPM ,- ', "1., fir
I -
ACiiErrs y
not indiscreet Q-Da iWakr&* fool 7 I know how ; :
4to dissatisfied with the only but very unfit to be Pret '
\i& '. Brooks feTupper '. 11i
tbe Democratic Convention in Balti- dent. What return a bill to either House tetchy ta nigger-drivers(excuse the,termGen-, > "'
.of A. A DeLonne : , I cannot conscienciously repeat congo with the declaration of the Pl'eSid appendant eral,) are on the,subject of their rights as they For sale. wkoksale, and retail'by Q.'Friedlahder,, V'i. ,' ; Darieri.1:; 1
h' '. to the Whigs as behave thereto that not.only one House but both Houses T.. O.'HODIES ", '; .... pFeiwaa it
over a & COM .
party I
sioutieasine IJ have acted without deliberation 1 call it won't say anytiUag teweg thembut1 .- J .s.-'w ..- '- ,: ,. ., JobuBessent_ ..., ; 1"g.. t. 'r. 1. .

11ua' they Gen.nominated Cans.oooe a better man,'.in.m.y This will never be done.. .Gen. Impossible Taylor safe! I'll let the people in 'OHIO, 'and DOWN --Eisr; t .Jacksonville; E.F... d:e. n;r.d.f.p". .'",;, ,-. ;*'.. 'Jacksonville.' 7'J. ;

as'b q'ion, than will admit for a moment, that he i*' o f that the veto power is c nsenaU e. Granted.So ,know; t* thing or''t.frjii and'the"way, :them'b>* ',.And I by druggists generally throughout the A.oy-Coo;, -.+" ; BlabkCmk, .: ]t U
v'f* n : > PicoUtal"
p.It tMI tit Zt party on Account of the higher quai in the negative either House of Congresson elites who abase ite Hero, "BNe'Yuta- United-.States..., Oct 1.!.' ;!I ITHR .IhwkIIis- ,'' 'Pa14&b.-v,- ,j\f
the other. I cannot but think the ;
f its chief. If so, who would-have been a wilt slte i for tike old 20& E.Lafitte &''co -' rJ toi' 4 h 1
s -mistakes the Constitution. I have doubt : : patriotic will be'a'eaaitrien '. .. ," ; Ch : al
d elt'Ctionof President no -
1&, g sat 11r.at the Clay last admitted by ewery body?farr -- when surrounded by his Cabinet ho wi1lleam. to C... ':And. General--.1'.wh-.*jJf "*"do"- f 'athink : ':.1.rc Tlf."B.' warded N. B.-free Goods of commission consigned: "to Freights the Agents'from.fur' ): it
q that a President must an act'before will i&the cabinet? firmf.GiLLrrr & :HAZZAKD Savannah 'if
U. r Yr.l'olk.l The Democratic partyLoth approve-of you ,put ..rJr'I'm'pret ,, ., ., hitherto. and .Charleston, ,and all I
way ,
however voted for Mr. Polk ,he .signs it, and thus put upon:record his a : v :I'J i)
J Carolina reason--it, Could Gen..Taylor .as an :honest approval. sure you'll to clecttd ,engaged', ..in.! &e.' .publication, of "The.New4' is bSeptember'.shippers.. ',. :J4 j 1J

p and that for this a Democratic plain administration was more, though probe declare to the nation,and the, world that he man approvt"d ..-Oh, hush! You ,flatter aver. Bat 1iecY- .this.day dissolved by mntal consent. Either,of 30,1848. ly*' ,: i'5'J ,

11 le 3 el by)Ir.rolk 'ou1d adopt such measures of an act when he did not.approve it.- i on Fll ask Major Bliss;,or may bVlfarry': .Clay7 the parties is authorized to settle the accounts r. ISrPLE1'TJm!;: ::- ; i h 3

AI South Carolina would approve than any The act does not become' a law until the President or Joe Gales'will advise ,me..who .to appoint- due up)to this date to the lato-firm. T>'emajning l 1 the Post ofJackSOaT illq" .. Go

11.at jj-y.; administration, although headed'by Mr. declaration writes on by it signing"approved his name" and under verifies it. The.people the. It will depend a good deal though upon how: l$3r All persons',indebted to us, are requestedt :lA. this' day and' which if not-taken opt. with: ,. i:,

atiJa Cl ifs J- King with absolute power was toe eleet -' have said as plainly as they could in Tm'ct cted. If the Democrat f'elect ine I must make payment without delay. .. i Post in three office.montha will le'eent to. eke'. ."ii.oral ;, R

\( would take lay in preference to I'olk or: like Constitution that the President is appointed a Democrats; :if the WhigfeleetineIniUet!; AUGUSTUS .C. GILLETT; -- .... ''TV. .: C.I.. .--". V.' 'f". ,J.

.i'e. T..lor in preference to Cass; but'if the people .among other'purposes to scrutinize such acts'! appoi'Whig; but if every body rotes for me| ALLEN B. 'HAZZARD.i A. .;. Livingston.ai'Joseph 11

14 are president to govern are themselves not hLtris the important qualifications as those ofe approve of Congress of them as they, they pass shall; and not if become he does laws.-not you know shall. hare. to be impartial.and, _take: i Jacksonville Sept 91848., .. :Andrew Able Mr., Daniel. Loudj John. ltI'f'Cr., W.C.J'! V .J I! f

u of the party with which he acts. The real I If. indeed he does not within a certain number Tom, Dick and Harry witbotttfespect to JJTWcipJes. -, Acker; James McQueen. Mri'Ani"r! ** 't: a

I station then is,which of the parties with theirjapectiTP of.days, signify to the House in which an act \ 'THE undersigned TiDg purchased ttie In ", 'B' 'i'. "Murchee/John .1 :
.q : :
chiefs, will do best in the estimation has originated his objections, it will become a Now Pm not agoing to answer any more' terest of Mr.AB..Haitard in the establishment Bush, Mr. James, Morgan Thomas'BlbuntWnvS. .! ;v 3 ; ; t 1l wi
law without
of South Carolina his approval. But arc we to.understand J .1 .
ceu the people .j
of that the and questions unless it is necessary to secure my election -' of The News" will from the t v" *_, .. Ia
11.u brave minted present,day continue .
The President, who ever heni.iy be, will go high Tay Brow,3Vm. E. yHearri, J' D;'&:J ''f. la '. t
.uh titk kw pity. Washington Jeffersun and for will thus-wade> his constitutional rcsponsililit and. even then I must insUt that my answers publication of this'paper on his own Barber LiMe' Oglesby < 1 ''. .It .i
; ; Benj- : :
Jietwa iiitiiu-ncod their parties; but all ieorA ? lrutl MtibJe! He will soak' learn thathe.cannot shall be read and discussed with closed account 'In the purchase he becomes responsible '. C : .: ..; Tp.r.A.., ,I..

\ .Presidents bare been directed by thulrpities. do so with honor, and h r fore will I told friend the : ''PouTcn ; "** -i :
door As Francis
< my Chaplain, parson for all the ,debts of the late firm, and an Chancy; oi-ge'R..l'V; ; A!"' 'ti
a. nut adhere his construction of
to the
I do net menu to derogate from the.Qanrtrrs present Collins
" of cither of the candidates, when I constitution, The fact is, General Taylor Lamb, I believe strong in the good book if equal division of the accounts due having been H'i ..F't. W

111 that neither e\t'torn possess the qualities knows how to bea&an enemy and conduct himself I am not a professor, and that boOk as I imderstand -: made between the partners;either of'them,is Fltan'W1nB.; ,; .'", twif:

weary to the influence of a party. :.-1 as a man,with integrity; ,but he does not it, inculcates" -rineiletliat"* :when" :we. authorized to receipt, 'for,and-collect. them Falany, Mary 'Hobeitson"Robert35 j..t.
le7t r.lor ir elected will be surrounded,, by Whig know how to construe the Constitution. And to neeflil'pointire> f1 -' '" ""' "'{ Foster i:
want carry a "otightto.be aU "AUGUSTUS :l..GILLETX. Raj"a .
.: o 8 and directed by the Whig}arty.- how:should he' His whole life bus been passed ; ,; : c ? '\ .ft a" .. '_ Flinn'rMi. Wm.itbDer*", *1tiiir"Fatio : :.. 1 t'
to all ? Bolact .this iiJsr
men. on .
things ;principlefor Jacksonvaiej'Septr
Jan.Cass if elected, will be surrounded by D<- iu camps, and his *ery proficSeocy in anus is: 1. -t.. :, ,,Mrs. j' 'ft'Ci'C'OU, _; .tro !
BDcralic counsellors and directed by the Demonic presumption against his knowledge of the laws my cotfrf y*:good j to say nothing. of" my oivnobject. : r "' -f *O Re** ; ';'P .-, "t ; Ji.'t
and constitution. The Veto is vastly? "O-flt. b jrahamRe ; :..a.af '-'.
party. power ;. ; \ I Ar..r" "D" '
; -_ nee Ir.P' 11
JI. XQW I have: long since been satisfied tiat! the 'wore.than he now 'thinks it-it is conservative e And now, having candidly Bt ve.J: ou,:my'i ,N".O.TIC E ''r.4tS'ETTL. E'Ii. ..'.Sv O Deoocntic party are more attached to.tat e eZ'tu. bat mach wore a o than be supposes. : I reeri-Dannier '" ; ""'w** .
liglitft-will go. farther'. in preserving liereaaining The President is responsible for every.act that.'becomes true sentiments I hope you will use the'confidence :, l.ai. ".' M' .. '._ _-_ltaa. _._'Je__>"is. ', Giover'Henry, "":Starrat "S Mrt.v .f.ec ",! / ;.

, sovereignty of the tate --leniQg' to a ,law, unless passed in opposition to reposed'' .in.yon;discreetly.;' .Good bye,' mHE UNDERSIGNED,:Agent'of the United Grace,Mr. Robt. Stone;MrsrNfartha-.t' "t

management of her domestic concern, biI''1 eta. Ile is to take care that the'Republic Sir! OLD ;WfflT r!. : 4 t.States Treasury, &; ,will'attend'at'the 'Ga r.'E1ii r. 'Misl. ',V'&iiJlsEmetliy'' ..1-' r, "S I i ;5i

2at Ua the Whig party has ever been, or,1 be suffer no detriment from unconstitutional., following places, on the days specified below,to Gaiter|James' '' SparkmanJ Alfre+ :* J

T fore,e n be. u just or impolitic' THE DEMOCRATIC 'CANDIDATL.AND take'and,receive proofs by:depositions:b fore Green,Louis' si, }'Snel; MissCajry-- ... .j b

The leaders of the Whigs have held in highl1lltion But I must come to a close. I cannot nt'to'be HLA VERY. ; himj' in relation to the settlement and toccupa or tAff''klisa t' .{t .ts .T4. .t nft \}"t
as gentlemen. But tiieyare.aih ofikoijin one of thd Vice Presidents. First because ? : tion of all persona,who obtained'permits under 13.''. -t.: 'a7TorAlfraul: : ter?'i Aar m.

7A feeling oiud principle, majority-men.- I have already declared,in the name of, the Democratic ,L. WK.ARE "OTSZRUCY.WITH. -JUDICIAL BLIP; : the Act of .Congress,1 entitled,"An Act'to provide fTiiflrtifiTn Jphw1-. *"* "V'Viiri.'rtf.. ...r tit 1
wasasLb claws. .
party of Charleston that should NESS for the Armed. *s ,, 3-
TEffseeno immorality in trunplingtheCon- they. Occupation and.Seulemen t. HaddcctJosepli; : tari..tit1Jstl Y i l' !
.situ lion under the feet the majority of Con take no action in the premises. THE MARINER CLINGS TO. THE ,LASTrLANK. WBJCH. JII: .of.the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida Haddock John S:2rtaught1! IsafiSSff1*** .,. I

3ex jress. They do, not see or feel the..evils..ofjUBalgtniatiun. Secondly because, many:of my friends attended -LetiU NIGHT AND.TJtE"TEJIPEST. ;CLOSE ASMVKO.MOt.We -:1 -;: ," approved August 4th, 1842 arid who 'were HigginbothamjDaiidH:'.?1->., tT> ;'. "Yi.* Ir I '
tike Baylor whom .1 am "disposed ;Calli'Hi. < '" 1'3 Jht! J t under that'Act and k i yltiau ,
. They regardState boundaries meeting, not rightnorhepowert ; occupants Act amendatory 11 iiibaithailn'llairir \t1.1't'..; Fev: li.7L,' '
have neitherthe .A.
0 remain 'and to,drir.e ''into the Whig ranks by what "J thereof approved'June.l5ih and James' 'r "' 1 arrt ; B
M Jbe ; provincialism thedis4JB0JOM touch where it aices-ffeas:Cqss.,, ; ,-1844,1, Harris, 'i< 'Lt.-.I11.O l ;
1- of races ass autiqqated prejudices.; Rill appear:to than to be almost a personal op- slav.eryj t<- 'who'actuallyroccupieddor"settled'}
:1&' .,louts: the;;vote on the Compromise Bill--allJ px :tionf i"think'thejr were wrong;. and wbtijd! i;/.CoDg"in.|iaano New Yqrkjp.raa right to pay;that there ttpp shallbe .Acts,:and aid; not voluntarily"":Irelinquish -and Jo, Ma'rnn I1".n heelei'I'Iorace'r i 2r
slavery _
, .11'- s, tcatitieesvoted againgt it-3-5Lhs.of.the Xor-' If neLking'flaore' be said or done,. many: ; nor is'Tthere tiny power : frontier South i of the;line r "Townhips3tnmb 1G"',J1LI tlJl'L it 't1mi: i t ":
'as a
,fhenlemd; >cratsroted far it. This was the :of them, if'not all, who are not looking out'for' PAP loQf.e.P involved in i the l. :.. rs nine and ten, South andrEa t'of VJM* 1 \.. .J_ '' .:lfltil'111 ON I'i'' .

0y d sympathy. The Northern Whigs .hay a: office, will, on reflection, see that it is better to, The principles ;jWilmot Proviso the base line specified ,in said ?Act, Of-184-J, "'Jacksonnll. ,'o.G'7t1i :\I S{3.a.i. JY1I JJ .kiaI a'f f
of the .
out .
should be kept natienallegisla-i .
sotvmpatbv fur us. The Northern Democrats vote for Cass than join a Whig part thereby aiding to effect the objects suidrActJ ?f. -.t J./ >/>.c t. yi r-i 'tli-aigtjnr !.", a )- .
S DANIEL .t llljGEl;., lure,'and left to the people of the confederacynj;i ma f:1t4 ',:z y, ,tt ''fi, t ,7 ) ,d :
: -b"
lure. ;And what WAS the amount {f this Com- la lti oaroeCl> ttii Coktrt'5 "
i ., | :
i ntheir r liigover'nlaeas3L'afs. .. > f, 1Z
3tt l'tO1 tat Uill'l The Southern txwple though; .. -. >.->.m.f"1, I >.. .' ,4h toiletheir IserW lfi Lftnif AT iniifrMu ij 6n'iTli. I ..I on +TAT:. Ir tt-FLpRiDA' I ; ';lUf. .od. .1 II ,
tbh& share the "I }#,,' .r.s.j- l Ir .I.n \ ..,.. l t ::: **'n# 1''" r
in ?
wairtOn ritorib'S'o ,
12th >* .
n' day October Ifr'dayi5' + '
1 1t'1..V..r.rtt&'t'
; [coiAicne ,TED. 01. l fjr GeR! C d.tl11- .4' I Iihis76aestionrWftajustfit A ..
0 ttI oar;CohiiiWi' efforts'. r.'purehtiseU 'lij t ou ron ,r r 7ynit Y, q'r't d1U \''"..td.. n "woT .11(1. ; Rth.1 =xiIltbb'aesfe&Jjji! if] a-jP'avy C nt;,'..bn4 Mon d 1.23 L j qQJ.1yr, *- rT' JPffffVi-f sfiT *+ I
funds.rile: \VhlgcontcuJ JJ tl:1t 1Zw.Southern e' Gcnerai Tnylor'BrtuciplseA{ rl i, \' pla''wkb s theirnn. a .iI ;t I Oct4ber,10..iay'' ky jr? I It ',' ? Z; d j""N' tor" J h, p'ff.t. 'h i .:
, tijHJS respo'nsibih'ty -
> n. f m
'had no' to 1tithe: ,1r'ot'c ) but catechetical' At MI ua'' : l. .l"'fU ran !i ,1 Dw. Jlia
hare iI
. people right :1 : plained leg !. 't manrierl L.GfeisWQiifi' mop1' OUIit1Ccn Thursoay ;
!anU in'tndr lowU' /;, ,
< '
,' in : "1 % > :" proof having been to tiethat-t3
1 common acquisition. We thought in justice, 'IieDllop.JJr p.1a several friends ;; :.: ; :''fcts' esc'R !* f J {tf-ftrti if&rtIara'pp9sed -- d-NoftmbeJ.-2J: ys JL/'J :, t 1'
.antlll, the Constitution we sects .e tith.a'to .' : r : At St. Angustin Sf John's County, on Thursday Defendant in the'Bill filed in the above i J
ofan 'jtirrs
1i shut Qtl stion.-Willy.o.a' C011ICUt.to. be a jbandi- .to the.exercise cause-'resuJes.'out.ot' ,.the- State. 6f Flprid 'h'ii :
We then .
They thought not. proposed" J 'If i It.
tid W;fvW *r\WmM0 orer'th'e subject of slavery.': tljNovember:1,0Midays.| {1?? *
.to luTe it to the court of justice aud the Con .dale for ihc'Presidency. General > jj At St.'L l/21th'Novem- j hueby.Order.That a- hearint'W'hid en tilt t J :
in& etito ion'. '" Ge i. Cass : ) \ / t- facts charged in said:Bill'on the first of .
l't ;
-berlOdaT" 1.
They refused and determined ludJlat : .t
Answer. Dear Sir 1 not for it ,
-My am fit ,1. "
I do not see in the any grant of: a May neit; and that if tbe'Uetendantdo
Started it should 'AtMellonvillti notllp
tie left to A.majority of .Orange .
have been all life in the and knownothing such a.power t$ Gongresa..-Gflt. Cass. : County.;; oa' *Thursday, pear.and.wr said Bill said
my army ? ." by day the
Ipwsgre 8 and to themselves. I am tired, af rAM 14th December 10 days. -" ; same Is
I this everlasting wrangling'about rights. Hove about p lit u.. I don't know a Federalist g J \ gf AND| | f r At.Ocala,"Marion County.; on'M ndaYilst' be'taken aa:dlagtunst; lier.'sPirovide .I'll j

Gd: the reign; but the Union I love is that of our from a Republican; in fact I know nothing! 'TilE WHIG'CAJSTPJDATE, of.MrFillmore'sabortion SLAVERY+, 11310-il,. days. ." Tbat.a'copy of this"'order'bepublished l in sotat-. :I :

fcfcerv-orie' In which all the Suites,,jas'they' about the Constitution.Q. eci.Taylor's'endoxscment opinions in his last letter to Mr..AliifThe -,, -A\Chocochattie'Benton' County,' on Monday, pnbUcnewspaper three months-before"rthis.state..torUUt Jieda'apPolnteafortii space'of d., ;
,are constitutionally declared to be equal nJ5th'.January"tO d,s.tl' ;: # ,
But the should'calr.1 u 8 Jjb1.t.hefoliowing eittxaeLr .'- ;r etit'zj! hearing 7, > JOSa-B.' -
suppose LANCABTEs i
citizen ;
udtTery (AS described in the Constitu- Tampa7'f Hillsbordugh (
: County on'Monday.u
r0 Democratic Coiufeatioajmf t in May and t ,
AM ) entitled to equal.rights: nnd. equal privi-, .out, wou.ldn't.1ou8irve them ? ,. ; January*10 days. "'r.dtgeyWeat r:'"I .' 'Z" ; -JudgeJ5o."f- i.tStat- -r 1l ride? I. I'
their ticket to suit thenv-This had Taos:
they F KING
1e. If the Union be should be elected that! competed fomroe i. : ; ; 8 olicitor1'or Complainadtl:/.a& '
leI can only preserved by A.-1 am afraid I County, onMonday14thr 1
right.to .do.cTbeiNational.Whig; ;Conventionmet .r Sept:16l849j/? V '' .
. tI(!l..Jging South Carolina inf ri r to olucr: should lose what reputation 1 now have 'and FebruaiJ+/'10 days'antlidafe > <' .. ". : r 133 tS rwi :4
selected their
,: in June, and me:as e .Vn 'H..ptt J
,. bl and her citizen not entitled to the same the of the .I aoceptedttho*nomination witb.g &tucJe and At Dad County,on Wednesday, 1st:March,' IHar aha tlss''Na > : ;
pttnegca .ith the citizens of the Northern' injure country by ignorance public ? Oct daYL.I. '_ ',; '- >:: &.m'L" > te.1 TjT fy 3 12:

St la, then I would prefer death,civil;political interest and of my official duties. .Bitfl'll with pride. I was proud o'Hhe.confidauce pisuchs "1r.A1H cases-Q presented will s be ezami n'eddtanreportai'onxiidperaonitintcreatedareregn d B. ..V.3thtUistriciCoaitofth y :.virtue of ftwo'lExecutieoiffissued out W ;
1 .of piece rePrenentiiigacanitatnenc United Stitfesfor
Jalmdmdaal, rather thAn such degradation.I serve if the people wish it. won't be'the candidate : the **. d:
as.t.h ,Wljg party.of the Uiuted,States I )JSo enlDiitr of Florida .aud.tqJQe'directed
; i 1 :
; o1rtha.t a portion of the Northern 1 C flerttihaegone O- it -eel'to have their bermits, depositions,1 andwlt- I'
, of a"party or clique.but .thepeopleelect --a manifestation the more grateful because I ; and delivered iDA>Arthuriurneyi.

1 tae1 no astray; but Jetjt' be recollected me, Pll: be the President. of the court ry,- was,not xumbexe4:with 8u, .incompatime.! senses fully ready in,and' be'preparod withthe to -proVe 4heirxases ? Ih'avelevie4 upon,-and shallselLat'public anc-r' 11H 1I n
longer act wink the Democratic conformity# printed a
with the .of the Presidential office and Lao in.front of the Court Hotxsein
D *tie U JIL The candidate of the Uiltitnorevwvention May be Major Bliss will still help me, to write, the responsibilities dignity of i is.incumbent to, the, strucUons'- forwarded'each ehl'ma"at.'"*4r! /' Jpaksonrilletirennttiebaiursofl0aman? : thecitrof' : ,t' i t
v -
is not their candidate-*hey' :hATe direct'me in selecting cabinet;' :BUGI+AnCBB, c t .
and he cia my : whole PePle.oitbenitioa, And Ijnay add, rl'xi' 1rt* 3p.m.otth.: first'Monday of-September iex.
1ee w their own-Mr.Van Buren,'who.w avow the'President emotions : : Agent J!ni led. States Tre ury.Octt.l4.'i848.5' a.i"iegco i;
b lI and you know' the cabinet is n. that these mete increased by,;associating; 's d. LL J'foDuu ;named, or Jem&Dd.J ei I f
more!opposed to Southern rights than Mr. don't 'if J name milk that of the distxngvislud,,a xen of < =nl -* two_ children: ,.ROBE 1 3L A1YE1 'Mara sa !
and who is for sustain-' some.cases. Upon :the whole I care ; ; .0;>, i-- V r'iffl ;"Vi Of t ,.. ,.:!-): a.. haI ;
>that .very reason York whose lWilitiumul.l41UUl .By his Grt vaiiaatazaa
a : d11 Deputy
ed by the : I h *> V -i' U v-i ; -.:- % ; .
I dare all's .
and elected too I i -
eela". SoiP'.l\A.rlv as they'.call theirs be ; say cDlUer ; "Ti i TO;:TKESPASS KS.: .titi.a Arsnar!.Oflice9 } 1 J Vwf

Y e not get on pretty '"elJ.;' -I am getting too old for kimtti; tht first rfau4ntthe.tic4eti;".: .f 1th* f*'. ,; #iLL:;PERSONS hereafter.:trespassing 1 PoI !. ilL AUC. ..Jury 22i I"J Jfc'{.s%e RI!
t consent to act .with party, whot.1'C. ( dull businesa'when !' This man is illtirdlT'Umo *, and' Uis ,:I7..T abbve sale3s postponed to st f:1
Da p14f
Dr ?,the privilege to each other of to. their refuse:Claims Southern tar cs-nl''; and'cotton -so low, and have been think; ,Tkt P1fztIDratJW.h.W.; .Candidate for Jht f" r f mouth*f the'Ri>er. Lv Johns(from.the fiteanr Monday m. NO'ber.nex1..ifi.. 5-: B .k.; .I ::1
having Pxtidemq. ja, QrH.l1bIPHRF+ s.Deput.1.1IanlaaJ.r.t .
'i ', '; ( r rgy a %:t1111 ; ; =ktkHlrlt m;. Bata Miil, at Hazsard;Ito.the South em boundai7.of .
enD in ftaie for I don'tliko'niggers'
Court .0r.Jus'i-ce. t1".bul5iri-
a ing of quitting y St An8utineSePt: 9,184,8: 4
'loonoat"consent that traet.0f.11aad. ; knOllaaa.th0 Forbes ._. : : ] t 1
to act with aright ':artJ'wh.o' ""and want lose out and go to a'frte 'Iitrardl.eOct7; l83a $.: .<2rani :either + down i :y : 1
ft is ;the'f r :. :. r. !.i- *i ; by ratting any Live Oak, .> ,
to Southern men"for AUCTION
.e Trtt Northern manufacturers tax '.; 'Stateto. ; die in;;':so the white?lease ttlU..be':: Sir. ,X onr.'commaaieastionof6/15th'nstr,! ro&cr'#i r Y.S wing.Trpon vsaid,Iand'4'or i 1' ..

J consent to act with'a'-party; whojreed :"a sort.._ of a stepping,stone to>rardsafru State' lean flhainnan a Committee appflinted te: csnyiagarayitary.arsoddor timber lying+.n P ..r-ari. 'COCl'CTYLF' ,' .1
t I i ..A.1lti814W.f.tlle CInmt' fiE rvn ]tea"said lands tvBI be dealt with| i e
according to law V
eo a edt, besides the f25,000 year.isD'lto be.snea-; fit:8> i tk'c 'Octoti :
.' Demacracy land j Q 'wit
just comic,to .hajxL., jKou solicit .ID1.:4UIIJr'e'.to'theJoU And allwithsatislactory persontfxu iahing' ed '
sheugderaigu _
and be
would do violauce to tho laws of ; d at; 'JTW *e a..candidate. If the Democrats lugbest.biddi rtheHallof I)
'-.r. Yesj : > ,iaBiateslrogatonice.t iift"; : .1 }evidence of piny- such:: depredati6Mortrwpa : the -Utphetitriye riibitoti'fi .

'l .;\ .-totting.!Anglo-Saxon.the African loan: z equality' ''.' "":: ,don't nominate,roe. .jewhvgs mad., and i!. K,,,A t-,Do you believe' ,thatjpetitio.ns to Congress sessunWeatt6*; '" 'convict thpeiaon e .with"allTHHT.;; ? UctkeQ(1.&pp: r r. ; fi b'!. I
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icttnot- the !, sane body lino.lril 1 on tiiesubjectof..I..4&be,the;jihyejtradtought con imittiiig.he,same dull. be suitable Anchors'CaWet Blocks .
JJ consent to act. with ;aiparty who :w igs don't. nwybe ,- .) .: ,'&c; and a .I
ld rather have exposed 'our own brothers e' inoreJ think-of the matter the; I ,to .Uweivcdjrfead-and :.Irasjpeetfnlly m d ";;1.-:1 ".H: ; -:P.'_, ,.. ..r-' ,FBlUUs.. _,. ..1'' Smiths'aexid rpente tdol,. .:* -'SfSS2L:I: .1<

-1, .15 1exit;t.:the tyranny and oppression of the stall. '..nte'tJ,e' -- I.. .:'-'.-.. 1.: ,o.. :..I considered,'by vlh representMives.iDftlie,pco- ;1' October..- .,.<"' 14'-.1948... ,.. .-;. .c. ..:__ .-t'f"> .e.4, "' :. *..'!*".*' '..". >_&.. ALsoti*. J ,'.i 'I J J'Apienai4 J
rI'Iike" rJ'J11 uuq"e hmt'i r -
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. J'Mencana than encounter the risks, ,. Y s. _- 1. ., ;ple f J" : .t:1$.1J."f,{ 1 nt t !l'tl. 'V '--.j ,;.' # ;, .t. r" r '.: -, iiign'>'relnnreEfn : hdar=-
41a>ra : kii W 5 1YheKer'euireade.reo. bro: 2d. Are you opposed to the annexation.Texas ) gme>e3agoodorder 'or.m1dh'd.
. :with Dieu oaOt u ; ( t ie u Ee: _iz( teeb fiJ i& "-
1 whoJiave'to it"WMgs! it DemocrgttIsitSfm : > itmt to,this.Union,:wder anyjcircuiBstances, it H '. pat '1.1.I ''a.w''''L' -- "'l'r.ot f ..1tT jo., "- t
a consent to net with a p go i. ; :, "apply to the Judge Of'Probatos'for: Coilumbia ; J :
aalam'acre'heldthereta'tt '.t 'Ij'; ., Sale to i !
:ro .. ,obscure the glory of the country, f. -1/-. -.f M .. so long; { County'for.'Lettera'bf; Administration ; eomtmneb'at orclac' M'a dfk'
- ( >
man .
, triumph uid woul4.haYewitheldiour ." your,' .' H;" -. .'. ;."..,."to'"!"st.oiild'be; ;''' .I 34J:.Are'you intavorlof Congress exercisingallthfCtthstitotiofialpoweratpossesftstoabolish' oil pthE'Erstote of Dsiria'Fleatoil 'Ce }Iateofaaitl'eonn"t ,For further eart eaJar,'apply to Ith.iid p saiuedtd
1 n el1'
vital a + .. t P > id>so> Cdilodae "?.
s armies in an enemy's you, 1'.i.t"t. =a' f. : .,: ;
t t7 te'..force an inglorious irctrcatj;"E which our' ,e 1f 1..4.1 on do,likeyyys 1 ngton,>< _: ', ,. the internal slavetrade between the States? .A11.f-, Septll:1&st' : r a r" ;:'"8," .- 'J41:8. .N'JYER.., t. .
. I ri deired but could not accomplisK. **- and and Jackson,'and Tyiter,'nd;|I .UhAre' you in favor of,immediate: legislar ... I.. 'Ira4isoDt:n ,3O :IS48J[ iJJf
&* fa "' tsoDi ;.'Monroe. .1 tton'foeHitticf: elavery inthe Iistrienf _, r.. .... ._ '- -
r 4here measure H iich, the :Lt' to Y.. Fit ; ;
.a Jiugle ,which could ;Palk. ..;and.----. ._',.. ,'.Jf' .1'"lr.- '" d'fId ., .! : nolnmbiaicl: ,*&ti; k itfi?i;>'r fh&&e *' ; it.J'fPJ. .l; Vl' ..10I SAi r.-e HEi\ : i
I' i"1 ;everorrgiaated. : 'i tart 1'i&c the'.car i ,: tPl 1 lunch;i1n pptl.wind tiTe 'tline -t,. { I8 Twee 'r'. S... -, ... .r
:brit,lfl,jrwi satisfactory to the people't ,-1t '!.1"o .U .:. t.....; .1JI"1'tffi': ; ,01--;. : aR S J"Q arPl 'toithe 'AD. nvue. V.W t : t
') :" TheBank Internal Improve-; !s I 'ereiaem'ftr. -.tI'.Iam.aJ .art'.gmaa' terintoaa' mentdntoeKplainttttengthryaaons iigr, 'ua. ofPiq '.of,Benton county, for, ;'.. I1J1 41 j formerlyqnccupi.yi!'1 r. ,
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'. ., 'n-._ foirmypinteinIalltherefore con* l / 'or tlmipiatrt4tio'if'mi the Estate of.Ridi- <.0&DUUJIU
a- hare againandagain. been.r.BproCarolina.and jn "" r '; : : s rWyy e. }
iforthtf htwmnit'OI aW ii '
r tent
presehti 'iL .
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ot ntj'd : : .
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6t' South these arewhig 1et mfi ah' : try koasu JrO aeparl "
rs .
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; ;Q. Bat''GtAeral'yon.did in'the aJ & luenfor -.t. .t f"r" a "' I
t.i n. I know otnothiagwhichrth bAve .' "tf'1 y'n,'Pr) ..." ; interrogatories : ruatixtj&t ." HARrp AcJDiJ' : F t ;.$ tyr BJO'C .
cJ ueiitioo \ th" m. ni future 'm re1 eitendediktit- $ 1\4. ; ; :tt '' r.. --p f
: 1Yould +Occasipa& f y j
P some : tfW t'! dQOD Ads .
1f 10 do, which D Iq 4J'j. :l. t" ;rt.t' Jukacnn7te. to.r_: .. .
which can -l. '
'gr '. '
we ; f .ft1 .
approve *- *V5 w-' w uClIf J' "K .. .IACI
',.IV possibility cao;.work ,!P..our favor-,I the fff '. Jteprtseitiatices-v -iV-j! '. -;V of,f'V-the> {py{ ::1-t' f :tsl r ramolloD. '.r 'Jr'O""f..1.tU,....AbJ.tJJ4iM.bF: .,. .. .t..uw.rY.! .,...:..;... -.,,, -'I.-7"'l. ,.'.,. '. ,.".1Ai.'' ,"','J.<.":' .".. .t't.'."'.", hr'. i.t.'l, .,.t ..' '.:- \ ,1 .M'Ct-<..'',:"..,, -. .. t fr.oc :. .

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I: ..r'' *4 bdkteJ,IffiTr otf rcd biiiiblo ?* Ibe jgreatT beauty:ani Bnpcriority ofthis. fiarc vpul oathIng that critimi peri i, -ttehiII -
VNtTEDE4 \/ >**i-Mr Itl&W OLftftVAVUU J* *- jHOUSEf .or..Priato RinUouea of thoicity' *. neglec;ttk W
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i parsuance.of i ;which;is devOted.tOthee1hibitIOfl:andoBale! m&tioi ibody;cDiaumpiou eured *oft 0 C1me1bf1iZeIThi

theUnitedStatCBof 4rtid4 Li1 i- : i4 ; elCanzeMd.etrengthcflta:5 j

**M'ii America,do hereby 1i anil makVImowti LJA llnuroffOFf STUDE1SviIl ttconk uintion.nJe rti4ibonochtti several years by using this a

tha public'jml s will b $d& Stock!bOUSiStEOZ ea1J4e. berreceived, who will be snppliedvwitb/ less YalttsbleJIROTSa tbisrwman'I
.u.) ahdermcntionei 't &ndftIHcesJn'ike 3ooks1Flo 4ptket41ratiodill coUaicoughg.catarrbting nhajpidUlIts 1liMI tsy44
tt'fthC ; One TliousandHPacl sjr<4 *
regnlarlj exaunmect zn the ifl of bkod/BorenessintheTchcHt, $*? v
STATE FLORIDA atthe periods Embracing some TIIOUSAtfDS of different
4; OF at ,dI1I1.' rtJS ILlLn1vidne55 th
;j .hereinafter, designated, to:wit : pafterris''andfcbloring&, 'and corriprising overyf pursued tho be. f cult or profosA ttpc( : hstutl

rrAtth f land offico at Newnansvllle,commencing taught to compound -and- ; ii 'I d'qrj toratiottaml pam;:[ M

u'Z ,on Monday the.niathtof October next, for DoklEsTro.All ofwnich arcoffcre, !'foFsalc forcasii.ursdlisfactdry _-V willbainsticLed" ; inheutlnqtvcyg. dal ,, : yjin thateldej kcvip % tl? ntlrth iat l Ss&Sj

: : the disposal of thVpuUio lands situated,within i credit at theLO WE1TPBICbS,1by dvtfu pfthe Su epn Ble di uppugBan4d' tl 1yfl41.Et $ '

:: tt part8 of & !: .: & & j 1v iiift ist4cajt b -I iii&t j aystsxi aifftP produce* 1beeeTL -
the- t
;;if ? : PiECB OjNew I Perhaps no PriVatef Office to-jary America'cityiwiU ; ( idI i1' &?*i?HcAhe! eotmo SSfiBS1f
cy "Soutb'bf utouneiii, it of tbo principal! ,iQR, PACKAGE. fr afford ayarotygfnew.aw1; ap ViiProbably there wiwa'.rcmedy that has x fei sM3 5

i-iifc- meridian..Ttibfractioii4 ./ ,, Styles'.are .receivedalmost every day,! m mcihties beeli succcssful iu desperate cased of consumption1 ?DJSEASE OF Tffijj 1

) 4 ,,, of townsbip eycn, szuntedeat and many of tlifnf arc got up for''our* o'waBjUestind''not'tdjbc"'f6uttd'clse'whcrcvi' for students. *%>, as this; it cleanses,'iirid stiengthenr4thCsyathin. fANDDjop3yZ S

cf inVSdwanncd river, (except Sectionso e1e- j ynntohneiiofilitb thir dertnfiria : andy appears heal;thci-ulcers on!the 1' 'ifk NwoL;
,. ; : Jt14 i1een
,Ten,and twelTo.) and the fraction p ioteneast wn1iip 1 j Printed lists 'prices ; cprrectod*4fSroin'dayto be proper to statdUhab'as lungs ttndi the patietits-gradually regain their

: ,of.said.a-itcr, ( c pt&ctioais sir ..BCIJn ;-: .day,.with every, variatipjii intlq market,; Infirmary for the'f cception of both Medical a d usnabhcalth undstrehgthi ia*'*i -'iJW i afflicted with. a -

.wS : eisttcen.nineteen, twenty iuad thiFty-9no,) "aro.phwed" the handsrof buyers. v ,? lf j Surgical Patients wIll opened,when students! 11 UE1oUst cAEo?-CONSUMPTION. With1. t Ttiptnre ic7 for vi* jWi me aS B r
: fomii I 6tth'e -
o1:.;;u1gQ urteei' .; .:--1 Merchants will.be 'Able buVdss'ortmcht to soijie wbdk awestU.LthatthCYa1UCOtOflrU8U&I wmiiaio tHo ppbaunity& act att sTutly /There is scarcely 'a'tlayj iiMScs butrthcrCuSSS
,'" Fraciroual'townsbip thirty-aixpfrangcse- cxtent'ahd variety'of titsetiscs. $ nwWT J?lYlL'SON MV .' Si j -fc'nuraberVf cases*of CoBSum'ptioh reTibrted asfcur troubled
; -* -" stock of withshPrtttwaoffcK.iii.s.fciiJJJJ1
ntccft. % fa .ffrf jfl4 .?j a-C VAN \VYCK, MD.1 d byih'ousc"ofDrlTowiisfenU's SarSaparilla!
Townsliips twenty-three and twenty-four,and, this ONI ArTICLE, is at least twice the value pf Tallahassee,Aug5 :1848tj fizn, I : has
>: t. Th'eFollowfag'WJ& ccently''received i J tressmgfand ; frequently fce?
-stockof .goods usually kept by'bur
fractional towuships thirty-one thirty-six, thir-i the entire dry Sit F&thtast leave .her bed. ,
; wlioicdale This fact, together S T.&TIOFVLOUZDAz ID oTrgsEDe r : : Tkeru1jtz
;jP ty-seyeu thirty-eight and llurty-nino,of luugoeighteen. largest jobbers. 'MONROE COUNTY. J three ycare ""Kaveibecii afflicted'wlth'gen'eral'debility,1 and sweeter*She tried ahnfct t
with the fact, that our means and our ** >
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rfi Viffl
Benjamin Majs.tf.y ; and idcriijousi cqnimnptiojii'of: he !ast :such cwses .with.lrat little
; : : Townships twenty-three and twenty-four, attention, iustertdof Ueiugdivkle.1 among a'yastvarietyof.articlesy \ ..1r ir, :% e a 'd a bfeiiie'ttnil' ..myhtxtlthaT1 hadtaen lMUIber
thlritysix wholly to ONE p
townships ,
fractional township thirty-one, '
Thomas tdlid ijbe
t' : {Taylor hilipcf $1 Urelyjj
the which offer ip8awyCrZLndJamesJ'ilor1J
and fractional will render .advantages we can ofIh
,: :; thirty-seven, ; tlecdfcf stfaiet'6thi ad
nipstdistii| 1oflbvriieari,
obvious and it shall fin rtru
nineteen. to dealers'perfectly
thirty-nine of ;
ineby affidav tt Thomas fhe1thrat "tirely disappeared '
Townships twenty-three, (except the,western our care.that1 node.whor/visifconr; establishment fr feiidIs1n 1 1k Iledlth ru ( $bdbafaLso1iatl.thdreintch
tier of Sections,) thirty-one, thirty-twothirLy-: shall meet with any disappointment,.* NWft4'Iiea4
: bill 11ed inho aboStafqf spciu1infhe thot : cathingsiuat.tcn4ctin1 s1Uen.Wc I.hatl i*,
.zixa thirty-seven, thirty-eight.and thirty-nine,; loida arntIat ha.ilJonuis [ niic.ilth andhft beso
:: ; of range twenty." '! .. theyeiir. LKE, JUDSON & LEK lo D'py1 odi.tu read-iruilicd1tbt bnfitd1 n she Jiadpe
.Townships thirty,,thirty ono and.thirty-two, P. S.-B. F. LEE, WriA&ly of the firm of T *T 'jfj*"* r *j*v1* j miitI1that9ip 1.41LWP asbe
Sawyer resides an thor State of jfKssissippLt b ti founfldotie telieycd 5.
and late senior thetori itArn44:
pT range twenty-one. ,Lord(&Lees, ; ;par jf of Ffl J&*Onrei'Th'dt \Icfen\laifs.aripe1ji
1* Townships thirty, thtrty- n; thirty-two, ginal firm i of Lee &,Brewstcr? from which connection me' rcItJgoodnna allcdtoseo yohfttyofrbIeritli .thattbia statement s soCstt
and answer the said bfl1oth&wiik shall be AlmO5tilikQ
$1 thirty-three and thirty-four, ,df fangp twenty- M Withdrew some time ago has rcsnm1ctl ii1and dtldii fi4iov.but it is;
business in''Wnncctioii'VrftK''M'esi.Lefe &! 'taken pro coufestio.s i u '{ &wil >i*.f $ reality Your.Sara3parilIa-4&Veirtai;

p4 two.At the.land office at St.- Augustine commencing Judson, and assures: his. friends that;the rifiwguish'ed' Ji further. Qidercd,. That' a copy.of this.'Qrder -} t.Ii $ataU11liL azid h bzlible luablo jzedidninthj : ba

.f44 -. on'MonJay the .sixteenth day October concern shall. have the, same prcn4nencoin' b6: published in some ufewspapcr'priAted* : ; 1iI t dto t1 &l labors f irthi Ttb one that fe siiff riii1 w&IIdbtcb: di1

next for the dwposltl of the public lands with this branch of tra4e, 'which formerly. distinto the7Eastert Circuit'of"Flbrida, once ?& nib th1 i bfGITid disbelieve-this accoQMr;

;'.; : in'thy'Hndermentiohcd townships and pars TbfJJouth *Meh lie be forlninemoriths reference to the said Thomas!: Wii1 .cdlI
Taylor: and f fmonths .in| SIt tIaikn S
.asweekfpr our
t iihps, viz: longed. -June 23, 1847; 1y ,; once YOursrespcctfully,
reference toithe: said Philip Sawyer. : / iieL CIT4RLES Y5ti tj *T.o* *W1LblAMiTOW3}
.p of the base line, and cost of tho principal W f'-i : V lifte* T*. ?ANt1STPA! oi5d tdi Cd.NJztu2l8r7 .;) 1 3:1J1 Lp--r)

meridian. .
: 'JudgP'SoCircuit.of Florida; 43
t..t Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty constantly on.'hamka well assorted ;; Tnos.r4KtNoi3oL fQrfJothp1't. Qniht bc1ntlnlsydi'h 6rditig't6 o Vt
: ,
.t. : re
aud fractional .township twenty-one, pfranga ofGroceriesPrqyisipnsr f Key.West,,February 19,4849... -flm .. hIotli1th; tlie.th f z4'oi 'edwhikor str nearly resembles t lie H r
Zi43 .twenty-eight. l accorUingto tne1 b'elt of his and saliva
i : Fractional township nineteen and township yGgpds,. 1W CIRCUIT COURT. t ,Ul< belief. 8' 'k4 1 .'' 1Cl1Ai knowledge UIMBX. S the indnios1ngrna gt&
EASTERN COUNTY organs digestion i si>;tbii
i.t twenty, of range ineT- Hardware Crockery & viz 3' s4,- --,., CIRCUIT. OF$ FLORIDA- Y"'9? '"'Sworn subscribed lo before Orange
/ ; me : Sarsaparilla. nit
. Township twenty-four, and fractional township g T. JoHNS: Is' CifANciay.1': : < positively cirr
... twenty-five, pf range thirty; Superfine Flour,in bbls and bblsf 'The Southern" Life In-: w" J0 .- >. $p '- t'f.5 CYKUg 1UL1VINp .dysjicpsia. howcvenjeterbor hid-HU.,

Townships twenty-tyro and twenty-four, and Pilot Bread Sugar and ButterCrackers:? ; surancc& Trust Compar i .,o. .*
; !-.;?t.: fractional township twenty-five, (except Sections Hams,Bacon, PorkEM, Beef,Pickled Tongues; ny: >to x use-- of-Arthur' --5- M. .'r Billto,- rForeclose: -.. <* > / tfTUFtT T)P Jf*AT" iievcraj5e'trsq

; -: twelve, thirteen, twenty-four- twenty-five) Mackerel, Codfish, SaltRice, ;. Reed.is, ,> .. rr.l/, / OAVffJJ* wit dUp fd itM
: > t factihcid' :
| ; v :formyattcnded
: T -of range thirty-one. Gosiheh Butter, Lard, Cheese, White.Beans, f3a.V& 8ournoy'of jdf
-- : ; ; ? j t ; t appetite/eTtreme rfnh'atl
e Townships twentyrone, twenty-two, twenty Irish Potatoes; ; Augustus Poujand.tr -nIT *
: three and twenty-four, and fractional township Sperm'Oil,.Candlest.; -. .. ; *. ; having: been made to appear to the.eatis- Sarsdparilla in tiinejosi any'< ldk aretai6n't: l! kindkoMl,

::'.;; twentyrfive, of range thirty-two. Green and.Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee;; ,:( factipn.of! the.Cou4by, Affi-1--8 that theDefendant ti ddied'The ( orald eat) Jbnta'smaU b beibE
. > ** **
. Township nineteen,.Sections one, two,three, Muscovado.Sugar,.JT.O Molasses; named m.the Bill of- Coiipiaint1filed c tifi'ca pub1xsh' belowiscon- portion en m/fronu .I tedt

.e ; : .Sectiyu tea to fifteen exclusive, Sect}oifr jtwentyrjme StuartVRefined LPaf/'Crushied, and Pulverised In thebove ent1tIed can brcsidesout ofthe 'clu ivpJcVidenctVof UsyaliieVanil s
; -t4 < to; Lv nty-s rea inclusive,and.&ctioistJiir. Sugar -f t- : j .!I'P' *HP i, Stat of i Florida, ml'out of the:UniteI8tatanditiCul1 ifit hi1iDac eflciniviugrthJ ciiili ht I
thirty-five and ihirtyarxin.fractional DneftheWestxidjaJ8lands au4beyoiid -ed;fltofidcncej ut
ty-one, Brandyum.GiaWhiskoyi-AIcohol.Turpeu ,
township twenty; township;twenty* tine; thejurisdiction ofthiIConrt,Tbeietoe,& ?yonr*Safsap'arnhvbf tKe''summer, -of Sdrl1aandVmusve1vjth

t one, townehip. twenty-two (except jSectiptis one, L'oQtlon rinctcrlPort'Matleifa, andJCnampagne On motion of C. W..Downing, Esq.,Soliffor1dLOmjiIiiiitxitiwnmn' 'c" lain and dyiditerf i il.rAC.H; i'i dne ifas' piTy5 bat after using' nearly (W4tLasfll
:twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twentyTfivej) Wine; 3 .AU tf nont1s dH aitth Thet were fondImyfrjtit T8tOF4tna

and townships twenty-five and twenty-six. ,pf CordHlsfConfectfonary, Preg v.t &c..4 -i1r'Itis Ordetellj 'Jhattthe' AugiMltus" Pottja ; fcEdcddi c4 th W Xd :eatirtly I-rttn<}iedf-afid"5r would e

l y ; .range thirty-three. -. .Cornpletc 4sortmet.pjVr Goods- d rmcljothersi.be.swerBaid :r quied t appearan41aii. t1c ft fhe } giTer tip tij twdt4i -ann1enLIl1ent Ofit ti tswd1t'k

:.j &gi0A ,threc, four, five; &aionsnibetofitr, Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins,Bonnet and;Taffeta v v<'Complaint within six months ifdediiilthtb' Afflicted as Ipcrs I1TIX

L' ': :ten Inclusive, Sections, twenty-two to tw.eiityr Ribbons; ,j- -.?.3 .. ; w I.A or the same* will bo taken as onfcsscd against Ti.iT' isb1'iM ()
seven inclusive, and Sections thirty-four,thirty. Shootings and Shirting x bleaclt'd and unbleach'd;: him. 1id Ftch

five and thirty-six township twq ty-two7au1 Irish Linen, Diaper iBishops and Long Lawn; ICambrics ] U iii3iW beei,Tdjihis1ThIer, little cQufidcnce, ther Y1I h .- that bide the Lottie* copletefidkt

. : .. township twenty-three,.(except Sections one to Jaconet,Swiss,and crossbar Muslins; duly certified by thJ1eil dtthis(3onrt1 be published -! dr1tIi4 iii11A liii ; arery 4li_ ui4thu Waif 'I'FOXYNtYcUeddi

.i. ? JMX inclasiv .) of range thirty-four.. Hosiery-Ildkfe, Gloves, Suspenders; ; m'some : ; Fractional township twenty-two, the four Tickiugs. Lincnand.cotton Osnahurg; < Easterif Circuit of F16ricty once 'Jhenth eDne- : 1'e fb.tvefb -

eastern tiers of Sections in, township twenty- Wino white and; brown Linen Drill, for pants,' .tutiVel. f i'sI'mthiths. *' stay a-ii aiirIn i ddtd 4e ibMllJt & 1oi,

. five,and Sccctions one to four inclusive,Sections &O, &C., &0.: >< .' ?.. '. -Y> ,' T81c1 ? llOS'DOUGLASPJudgeLI ; .: v.Mvk't1ea4nud S .laltIJ;:

nin to fifteen inclusive, and Section twenty? Umbrellas--Silk,Ginghamand Cotton, .steel! PJTE1t B. DUMAS, Clerk ofMikI1Lbb'V ; ; 1J Brooklynet:15. 1811.tI Rihiond

- : .. two to twenty-seven inclusive, in., township and whalebone frames; ..-. '* be a1r e'py 1id-t v41J #

.: : tweniy-sixofr.iugcthirty-fiva | Hardwire;CVry-.Kj ives, 8cissbrsiRazon of an O1e1'dtilyJti d nWiiteredof rortL : Japics Cpnuiurigs, one :rf tie 4SSIStefljs -Pfar&tJ'AlMlW_ j*B yift 3
;c".:: Fractional ,townships nineteen,and; twenty, Nails,1 Hipges.Z? tf*, Knives and Forks Spoons,' <:th6aHoTefntitlcd uetheeixte nth! i; t1td ns1 the Marke11iThd*" -* *?/ *

of range thirty-six.. &t -I. Te3Tray ; ) 1! day -V ni mL 'tJni ijDrngi!

41' At the land office Tallahiissce,commencing Collins Axes,Hammers, Ilatchcti-SaWKtf Ii;:- ; Jid i, tigssd 'rp ijp gf( tft.4a 't :j thronghout thTOnilt-aiSfat watlaiUiiiaJ
$ :: on .M day. the twenty-third day of October Carzlage.Wrcnohes, Halter hain ,iPotsKct. kC.OofSt1ohn' OouMy 4tThLi pnly. one.ofumorft tbant fo.ur thousand the Canadas! ->- v; EVFebruary26lw .

':: .: next, for the disposal the public Jands situated ;tls&c. &c.; ,; lit ,4iii QI ULJfow 7J449tt.t UI Irj # IfteIamffi i .cases of rheumatisra that.Jr.T.pv ;spndt's Bar __t i i '
.. within the undermentioned townships and -.t.- i-t j1c.: :) ; jjij "- ? > Vv :."nEf A'tVa
: saparilljv puredir-The ndchrpnic'jcases ..
J-hasj( timostr evere-j *'. r- .
t nr' <
a < / rand.JBquityiln
I ':;'. pirts of.townghipfj to,wLt: ,sn r ,_. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Wares '. :. 1ItDi 1o- kq a) !tf I'a arsw"eekly eradicated by its ex-: 7 >-r v. 14th' -

$outk of the b'ase,luic, and east of the principal .ShqWomen' aidChil Iren'aBotsa .v44.LACIJ ArJIQiJE, .j traordInary3irj3. .cS._ FORWARD. '
if- 1-
U 8eryjnbui4theJseL t -I b.
!f. meridiiin. ; d: Shocsoal1 41idS, ;:; and; :Bx.AcawiuJs ISLAND,Sept.14,1847.Da. .coU$
The two eastern tiers of Sectiofix intownship: Ayariety of anAclePertwierj, ?4e41. ToWNSKKD -lfeflr Sij have suffered Ui

; 4-r' two, the east Half of township three had town- cines, &c. $ If ththi- .the. ut&ii it 48
kip four, (except the eastern tier of StetioM,) ,, _y to accu1qda conaidcrablQ the time I could ; frf ; 4PP5t1Pj
1 ith4'
; ; of range three. "
work I hail lbs
.. two ( Section id twelve 4 and hopes by his exertions to make his guests as i or ; most distressing pains,and
Township except ova
:iirt '
limbs Wefe'tdrHbly wolTeiu I have tised .
inclusive and Sections 1 INVALUABLE cqrn(o ,p ssible He Juas;gdo< string,] my ; '5 g
: ;eighteen, .four bottles oCyour) Sarwiparilla:and they lia'vc .. .... JTr
l and 1_ hc tleralwaysma anice. I .5 Jt... ... .. t 4
Sections sIxiwl M'pQ
nineteen thirty
: thirty-one
:: ,) i : -S T done
'GKo M'GALPI: I me mure.than one thousaAa doJr,3} :.worth REyA 1iDtii
seven, in township threeand, ,;fractional Lectures on Causes,Prevention and.Cure ) ,of goodJ am? so wnc ?better.,,,Indeed I un .
township ffye,.(except Sertiorw. three,:fourfiv SIX., of*ponsuraptip.u/Asthma, Diseases eQUip ,10 ;: :i ent.ireiy'7! reLieved. j Y6u -c'are' at liEcriytd use t .ftTiI t.ri ;Jath'inti1t ,

'.:!4.. and six,) of range four. ; *-uuU .* Hoar; and all Female Diseases., 234 pages- 28 this for tEerbenefitfdftho'"hfflfetcdMiYj flJ (Jt1 Wjitj ft nJtt

..TownshIps three and;four; and,fractional. .. 4'aper 50. ts. boqnd/'TS.oentsr-r;: >u* i respectfully/ JAMES jC 1JJJ41NO&iu4 1hai&In1u yof thb Ciui ii tfl1tWntofFl

t: to wnshp five, of range,five.1r v Mail to any part-postage Dj'.otax u rjdj'J'. "
I .
< UuSh > .
t.J.Q ULiNQ7JiW4LK. S : :
t3'r P Township five ofrangftshc.-i 'w, ". i-sna/HOLMES aunt i 1it'5: ;
t &
CO haTct
t. Township nine, of.raiige twdve.fl .' Mail 50. -iTJLthcitf -stobU-6f*Mercbhndiiesto theifergef
to any part, pt$ f postage.*"Inhaling ; best 1s
for female .
thirteen ry r medy coiiplThthther J j
.P &Wtwonoelevcnitvrclr8) Tubew, gilver-,$3rby mail, letter postage TAbdomiual building formerly occupied by thS UnitiddSMtes! iit
of .4. ) itt u t-; ; d44f1J
inclusive ; e-1' -
, L \\8cetions twenty rthreo to twenty-seven R
; Supporters, perfectt$3 to$lO.iforijallRuptures. : fcuwn! the Udterflmnt-Build1ndhey .,t
" weak and *
and.Sections thirtyrfour,.thirty-five- thirty- Filing of he.uw lsid7Womb havivldeI2to theIi stoq41iy the 1LtearrIvns! pFOsitrated WILL i4ITi practice l& ponrjfs.'ofjiKoBiwfJrjwt
Ii ll seven thirteen., and townships eight and nine,
where. For Braces '' Groceries, Hardware, ProTigioni'&ci .
every jor /Supporters/
/ .
The fraction of township seven/situated west Rupturo Supporters, give height from head to whIc! thy : prepared z-to'r sell dcIrIcit'o v1 3 ; UGUSTTrS4. c GILliBTTjf,
: of the Sawannee river, of rango fourte u. I ; CML) 'h* Ofxm-'it ?>cJi K fcifc s.> *iji' pi, -23>.
fopt, andsircumferQnoe pf person;nexk the aur- r T QRNSZ ,A D1 COaSEJ44>? *
Laada appropriateiV by law for'tho'use pf fi.oo,jst3boveke. PRARUPLUe1 inentiotiwiiqI -LTI fti.oi1ow prepared tp hhe tt % 'My I1ebas otJl ;1'5'rti r'P Vy-- ; =4' l StTiUspm.tern .

r4 schools, military or other purposes' will Vo* ex- itie,, -4gent&. antdor tkesttteu1tbe! ilid s,nid thijx'odiiebigbet vesIck'ndinaigr atIyvariety -.M4ekM
ii1,. : 1udedfrznthos4e&: .
abpyc goods. 8.'ITCH707Broadway kt1ittQa1c1ffid thake'hsliJvtnce&to' *** ** **** *"* V *1*' ** -
- ::r & ;'illio'offoaringi ot'ILhe> above mentioned lands Addrpgsjr1Dr--S of complaints such as"' females are liable :, 2rJtiARLEsI
'I ( p.WrYprk'j-ppabpaidv n* ,T'D"* %& thei'friendriWSyiiijnhtii atl5ng\fiHUt .
C f ': witlbe commenced ion the 'daya'appoiritedaridprocee4tin 6lTgn g6iWba ewa cntrrc.y
', thu order ih which they are advertised April I, 8i3k3. *rW 't .}; >tmatilrfto: al/and wo4 as hoIplcsJ as child;
with all ,conyeui 'u dispatch nntil the i tiJilh UcWard, ; Iron; ztlegai ALW1.aJknUtt
l ictfullV'cl'ai
_ _ whole shall .hive been offcrec1and1t r1Ji boftdlesthusiiclo r$reUt1i
.1cJ.. fit4 liE !VN'IYETIE the attitio'df PUiAtersF.i < u>itw SISR?ij>?V< ,! ,
Butnutsi'ilo.ibhall bekbptopcnlonger ?icr comp1aint ief& her. and ttPr takink
4p undci-Bigncd for the ajrehen. \t N6w6 1s6.M; f'tp -
Ahau two woeks and rM lit.kh .toi4&" .
1 4- tap'private entry of ioii and saFo delivery into the \ ; nTh
; ; any of the lands will be admitteU.until after 1)iL1 t3flh1tyJkil bW t1M l1PE. FOUNDRVmiw aic I thoughtSitfmightWo g6odt6-p\iblibit.? .I::
4-Wt the expirationofthe twoek '; A Di kving 59 Gold Sf Remedies tbJLtIQnc hr C11AIttESI. PELQT/
negresnibaldby / York.
.* Given under-my huadingtioa at the City jof WashannojDominl- : no gqodpreykoty.1 i..Yoursr specttully .. g1j -rri15
(1eoghu1a.a girlandwht chiIIi takenfeeh ,
rn.r*Buoscriocre nnre. ; jF'an .
this third
ltIr4j1 dyon -'< : JOHN UtLN,8 tglk' J 4
rnej *:JiIr ?wln: tfsitifelatefy
RI T1 .thousand/eight hundred'aud'fprly'-eight. > an )ntih\if theT> tL1itft m I ;

By the President; *< tkkbotwoortJdbejttnhE1Iiok'ad conducted by Robert-Tdylor-.v -They will atnjandtdIsp.t SWiLL QJO(
ii4 :
old Afrieotf man) > Y.I tH'Altlfl 6i JAMES K. POLK: T1to'e.'fugitivcc.sL'ivea ha've.becn absent h!) AD j.uitof-FipridavbasiM
: RICHARpACtfi'.UN{ (!,>?'r > i AlissioAcr thoype laanufacturcd by ; )
for nesul fonrr.t4ORM. PONS.io iheminltaU
of(/it qenerai- .J nz'JOJke. oniIleMarchi25th.4 S4S I It kIFrites?* 1**oftbet %M."jMirlJ ant d spec4y cn.e fort incipieh comsumnop and :;;

....Tlqk TQ,1'RBKMPTION.CLAIMANTQ.ti : ; '.i ; ; : tJf t- T-; Jji : m' OVereird U tfflXitiftT d bil
matter TtsnU.bC inhcrciit
hethenthe. =*fenwe
,Bayery;pejeon eotiUed-i thc s righUof pre tr.! t'Fkcif flheenntcndt ft i :thYV ntiti ri r i r-lw** vi *--*k/- ; ERALt OMMJS5QN

:t;. 3 icmptipn auyof the;lan l ,within:Uwtown- Ait Proprietors of newgpJipers hcchave'KiBftised' jj lli4 5or

1)iI, prtpitowushii ibuvc ennii ratod ; ? 'jfV* trrtswfi *jT fjRSMr j
: ; $4ani 'qln tef i.metson tthUUb4bIthtJiii.jjlpIbtjah cafi' > than caro- with despatchcGttoytmil9I3S47i
4 $. .... is / uotcotal1isji the tiatiie to the I satisf'aa.tion biinotico foiitr' ffiptrtHs, vii1'bentftreuo gitIiig othlng frettit ue mPre Burprising, its InIt -; t4 !

1.:41 of tho itegister.aud-lleceiycr of thu proper t.dttid1'otiicr kiais oiIijp3, receiire, |ay In1tynn4ohMin fiVetiiji\5s\ :! -: ; ; )iij 'j.cittt
Land Office, aud makol payment thei
1c saippruqkk fLer-sitigthi .noflce .towAILMW oLCass euuutymivhthc Old Type taken in exchange for new at;cti rnfincne. 1timieuiaLo1y' courneracttbe.I .
'; j bcfr. 94r.ppotntv4I,for4he. comukcnc : rI4, I ut
*v E> *' *Vf*J fcr'*Jt w-- vJ ** i*! **1* j fff\9if'' eMarlcet
the sale of the '
r1. nientV public >landaciiihr.xcing! $ m m m bqy1iso i ep tittIof bare s 3!t'i i
the tract elainisd otherwise each claim-will-be Iat .was,caBt at this, :
i $ printed, establisbWentc v t
m m t .
.. t m ojM'A .will not, be expected of
$ I forfeited 'Vt.4c w4 *txa T ifmji < 1 f. .HM. Hi A. L in4 **
& *> fitSSCSffiSS
delicate a nature,to exhibit certificates/of cures
-.:; : 1UCHAHD Orders
! : ;ILrYOUNQ, t <#s litL4i: 0ABObrLTayl -i'i' H ;l *"L'TiJd the.counttxwlltwresvla
rth but Me the Lflicfthat
rformed; can assure i A *t mtnsnQJw 0/the! General Lund OJJice..4F the M.nu acturing prce ttC 1tniiIhd tceg h8bdWrportedtd
. 184S.1' % i Mardi'I I I 848. I' ... :f.-Lia.'. 1 jji ; '_ _: __
4tt"t --.- -- -- r..L
4 ; j :iiIiuIstattoc'fi: NOt :; : JLJ rnisw giriijg tressed by weakness and generaLdciUtyinI it.F-1
tj. WM. SLKION .silkdp jMisses Hose .
4 LLPEIW50NS having.clairoa demands t -- bri.S tG3th :
; -KJk or Mbi| h ;p
-bVttiratalo6riJff86j.litt1 ? 14lLr1.
1 | Fleming is
ita bi4eMquto
pta.t s wi 'u
WW'etodU or eititll i .trtb&tin 4ui c ; rcfl-a : t
%t vi2t ; 4cJI.ildren's;; I it recommended for such ail !
4' atbb&lawlihin tvo{ yars pr wiII hearing_* ,1? 'T.V&. J-'l'* Al.1 .A cases' T* k"pl2intsand have
c a-'fyji v vvvx- /='II5JS II .

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k'ebruary 19, isi : ly -] IV Tt T*"pq --
F I grateful fprthe benefits she received, I t4ke .tpril S 5




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