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 21, 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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rflhl WiLl the'number This is the "' to the \: ? : met with determined ret4te8
ROt marked leading Whig organirf candidacy; and shows cb clafively :'l d' erirre
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JIJt ,;Jfert c-r,*required will our country. It 'IsV'conducted' "wide' :thnt he 'deserving,the Cordial l Sup ?bl grant'1n .Jwwwaiwifiejijr or spective of party association; a** rfcipeUexi '
I.J. for. for all marked abilityj and'the"sentiments ahci of the' 3 v.i <* j > 5" l. of rahe. r/thm&UJ J 'ef
'fife dollars will be charged announce'iditet port Whig-party Spaini;-of; .Fiai! Vgoverned: In other .I..P t .
1-., jwnt'of for ofhce. opinions it expresses are to be taken Petfple or.tbe'South,.of everjrparty;;! tvdr3i that life conffuering'coontry- preekJLI, .,' ..pi 'it ".
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O aquaff'Debt.ors".nd'for Six Months Creditors: s t: 10 0(1AicItinnfor well considered'arid authoritative etpv}1 what !lthjr.K. 'you'of these ;decmrqtioril cognlsett;q'..fes.;'toT fyate"property iij-re- : At the,time'the'.States Bigbts fiiiy 1 if
--e to Administration 5 00 sitions of the doctrines and this : acqmred'before formed an. :alliance-with'the
1- % Letters of its party.- endorsement As l Idngas the 'the couWt? Wii Whig par i }
. :r.&fl reHgioul; nmkeS wit! be inserted '::tui.I':' Often, by-the hurry bf,composition, or'1 charges)against. Gen. Taylor 'of'favoring -*, |plain ?pnbap1e.' Bit; ,', :inwth$ {cases is a ,ty scrted of the North,, "the ,leadifig *: 111
f/CJ.11 adirnuabe personal communications will dinary newspapers ore, led into the, utterance i l the movement of the Free.Soilers; there'was.,4nb conflict.bietweenHKe/J local most roundly, in tem?nW-bd 3 't

ber1t1Td III lid yertl.Mneni.. ofcrude and-undigested expressions I i in their ,crusade against/our domestic. and the cohqiiering iaw tnl"l stboa\Y-\IIe eof i \ H&7
Job rrinrn'P'mut be P8'1' "n llie. 8 her !iyas
'r All W"fllr but in i ins-titutionsi\\'ere confined i never interided_ '.to,a&pftmb_Mttftfei 5 .
pi[the work.minmunica. ; a periodical i. such as tHis;" to the there' notbir ginthein"Juinconsisteotwidi'tbe'r ,
. .1r\i"f'rl nrAU\: ?',"'n must be xditressed. In the measures and principles advocated gazettes of" the diy, yoa might' have o nmen tal l ;1tv 'of the'nconquerer: t' been measures.. of the. pany which had., fef f

,d ttGvrrliS C. OIM.TTT. pottage pi4. are to be ,regarded having receivedthe doubted .their i truth and) Justice.i But nothing' to'place. the ;cases within theprinciple : anti regarded by 8tateiR1hme ai

1 IIt. = Dnvlll1li1itit Clnininitfs.,3E : deliberate sanction of the masterminds here the, :'national organ of the Whig;: of the generalirilie of i international i Republican; and anti*onthera iiitheir J
. non-commissioned officer and privates of the party to which they be- -party, in all >the* calmness) and dignity. law'.as )laid 'down
5- I1 in Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez7 coinS long. In such a light the ,American. of f its position; proclaims' to ,you /that ; : :* now occupy/and "the ,measure* ,t. I I I

::0Jf 0I ,Wl.4.1I.,183S-9 Florida,who Mounted have not MiHttafor yet,signed service the neccs-in the ,Review is universally received, and its Gen. Taylor is pledged'not'to. 'veto any. fVIH.arfu :,wjih 'greatf'r e that adyocateV show'. Thus de .inc rity ,efSrofeasibns. r 4 Ji

t"itftiwp ijars rs,relating to th.eir claimsin the hantfe papers looked to as candid, cnlm,. unit measure, ,prohihiuog fc' theexteusioii.ofIairT *'* the: CoDst,.- tuiion/fthe .unitedStates i, >Prdttiojial tectiv\Ve.T.ieeikS ile'i'1ni. 1:1 '.
ted to'doso without authentic declarations frontHhe : ] tndtT Ieading''organjof the.lame was the.paramount i
Ie:1t ofthetin.ter.ugnt'lJu-el't'qu great : : l".w-; alllhe territories Bank and the 3 1
I dt1 jr. The p\pers to be signed are left with Whig party.-- & party in. .the. State-lof Alabama of the-LTnjtedSt tes covered ,' distbutoig I i

se .Vvt.Font at the Post Office or mny be sighed The number, for the .currentmont1i pioclaims.' in your midst that this "in- by. ,the American flag-that:all local first proceeds of the Public -I J .. ie i
*. GREGORY YALE, ". insidiously preserttedto ,.,,. .
rtBjcSi valuable
received Whig magazine, in laws :
of New
Agent Dural cornpuiies.j11oncille was recently by ourfieighbor, so doing, Mexicosnd.N California people of.the Soutbomndet-the' r ,
March :J, 1S43. tf the Advertiser, and in his 'issue for utters "sound and Wholesome sentiments. -, i inconsistent with it, faded-away.before aware of it these ;linSre 11.
measures. tt.
-- NOTICE.pAr Tuesday last, he expresses his warm :its,majesty.. He.read/rom;the Constitution knowledged and :

'ISO' UP YOUR -CLOCK" NOTES to ray md decided approval' of its contents.- Lei the people of the South look, too to prove this. The.Coostitution the In view, openlj oC adv. 7Mt .

O'e GREGORY YJILF. nt Jacksonville.or .. He speaks ofit as an invaluable Whig at the context,of this article, and.they gives ,to, every citizen,the great; privi fore,party becomes :Pa ,"W.1 e. 1))

wits will instituted imtucJLitclv.1I011ACE magazine, and says, of the present, that will see that it is dedared that "Gen. lege of th --\Vrit of Habeas Corpus.- been thepeople, t >
otc duped into the"
Ifer IIOLCOMB Cuss will veto law of Would : support.:,of j >
"it is an excellent number. He goeson any Congress, ,hot a citizen be entitled.to that rneasureberetofOr '*
)0 Aug.l9lS4S. _4t_ to add, that "the leading political which provides for ttfu authoritative constitutional ',privilege i in California, Republican. e' regnrded ai anti- if
"- to scrutinise well the acl
1 NOTICE. article is from the pen of Hon. DI). exclusion of slavery from the ,territo. were, he falsely imprisoned, without the and .of i ,t
' sayings: their
1 date I shall the Represeata4ivea
IX WEEKS after apply to Barnard and is entitled 'The ries. To this he.is cojnmitted," Is he sanction of of
S \Vhigs an art Congress Yet and ,
of Probates of lest
Ilonomble the Judge Co- leading men they
toII. mayaaij
lanbU Connty. for Letters of Administratinu and their Candidates.' The i issues involved I .not then; i in this perilous crisis, the the Habeas Corpus writ is not knownin unwilljH! fy, be' dawhiqttheef I

on the estate Joseph S. Gill, decaisod. late of in. the present contest for the only candidate for the South 1 :Our the Mexican local laws. and of i
DANIEL II. CflA YEJt:. "the I support principles 'Y hfeb' a>ecalculatedin I"
sui county. Presidency, and the distinctive principles -. neighbor prefers position of Gen. l The Constitution guarantees to.every -' ,their teadency' to undermine -
12, 1S4S. GwAdminlstrnlor's "
Alligator, August of the Whig party arc stronglyand I Taylor. citizen freedom of religious opinion. tbe.verypillawqC4.aer doeitJrigbts. ,

r -- iVoltcc.TlHE plainly set forth, and, the position Hut we will not be. illiberal. The Would not a citizen in California be *. .1 ;.1

ce Subscriber having qualified as Admin of General Taylor clearly defined and Advertiser must have been surroundedby protected against a local Mexican l law .- > .. p ..",.' l. ,,

8fOf* ; tor on the Estate of the late Robert ably defended." "The Advertiser goes much "noise and confusion,". {whenit taxing him for the support of the.estab- Gcii.JlJ.thaveno. Taylor'a: ;CaRtler.- : ; .

S.Lirhigston, Notice is hereby given, to all on to make extracts from the article, let its endorsement of this article lished religion of that'country 1 t Ii

personMCreditors( Legatees,and bit ributee and shows that it had been perused slip from its pen. It cannot approve The Constitution guarantees the concealment.' JTWj.y- i
demands said opinion which I:
And others,) h.mng against estate
carefully and considerately. of these "distinctive principles of the freedom of citizen from woulduot-reatwy.prp.; i.
ll ,to present them, properly autIientictct1.withi every search claim,to. my assembled countrym90.r I
the time prescribed by law.: to the uhJcribct. Being.always anxious to find out the : Whig party, nor could itintentionally and arrest, without legal Warrant, !issued ; '
Gen.Taylorto Mr.JlllUoK.
mail this notice will l confess. Gen. ?. ; $,
stW if by post paid or "distinctive principles of theVhig Taylor's true positionto I by competent authority. Would v. (rs* .

it plead in bar of their: recovery.JAMES A. l'EDES.im'r.. party," as well as "the clearly defined the South. We relieve it, through" tiot that clause, without the help. Of an CONCEAL34ENF' .NO\; \.. w.t

r8In Ne101ILUsritlc July 13, 1643. Sw position of Gen. Taylor'! we were led courtesy, from the unfortunate ground : a'ct of Congress protecr the American ,HUDQl1A'aTER8 AE t> : 1
: -- by this high eulogiurn of the Advertiser, i it has assumed-but we cannot, let off 'citizen in'the eoriquerecTterritdry from CCfJi I j i
it AdnihiisJrator'fi Notice. the Review in the sADIe'manner.. That i Gamp near Monterey. July 13,1S4 .
examine the article in '
to question. illegal imprisonment and search ifier -
JO SIR' I it
PERSONS iuterested in the Estate of : : bad the hel'Q r tor .lYtJ
c- ALL notified I Wiiat, now, would the people of the "invaluable Whig magazine" knew the fashion that the Mexican do.thesethings' -'letter : : :
late Joshua Miller, are hereby sabmitting/on the.. : o-ik1 J l'I
et South to be the character of the what it was about, and only expressed ? So the part :
That on the 1st day January. 164:', I expect fright to'bear"armsguaranteed .Nominating 'ComiBftteeof theN
.1 n- shall p-esent my accounts find vouchers, r.s Administrator paper, thus commended and endorsed \ the same opinions of Gen. Taylor, and by the Constitution every American ..CdnVenUpn/the v4 :

rnr. to the HOI" Judge cf IVoba in Would they not start to find it containing the \Vhig party, as are held by all the. citizen, and which is-expressly'against be informed req et't.
"nHClr \.l:1clm.County, for a final :ettkr.ieutcd decided abolition and ''Free Soil"sentiments leading politicians of-the North, :from Mexican.law who ofyv'Wwsrelating tosevd.
would'say that ah ernl points of national *
administration ,
rA: discharge from the further policy entertair -j }
1 Such however is the fact. Webster to Mr. Corwin. It must American California '
oira-l estate, nnd shall pray a distribution vervhich'1'the edbrihe body of ffiirit&lka&W
ttmof. JOSiAh SEOK1NGER.' Adnrr.Kewnansvillo In proclaiming, with all calmness and be nailed to the counter as a fixedr ct, -American 'flag 'waves,': could t, carry ?6urcbuntfyi- v\,i' ,.*. >v- I' 1:

? ., July 1st,-1S13. 6m due consideration, the distinctive principles on the authority, the ablest, Whig.organ his musket, -ivithout_ 'the permission of Limited leas u re rropubliclu, .. 1.

-e -". Kxeculor's -ioti{ e. of the Whig party, ,and the position in our country, that' Gen.Tayloris ) an act of Congress/because the old Mex- ties 'constrains me tdtflply, in i : ,

,S IX)1ONTILS aftor date,shall apply to the I of lien. Taylor, the Review, in pledge riot to veto any act of!'legislation icao.Jaw.was' prohibitory of, tharprivi- !general.andbrief :teitkauw.the cy JJ.

Judge of Probnte of Duval county, for a this very article, in sentences adjacentto l prohibit very in th(ft fr.it leg t -Mrr H>then'wentjoii tb'shbw points cited in: letter I dd I i
rfeejh J
yoar \
from Execntor of the
1&"to : final Estate discharge of James I). Iioberts.tkccasetl.my hip those quoted by the Advertiser, uses ries. This magazine goes over the that \\yhil these were propositions that myselIibezy.l : ioexpresszny. fraals I f

May 6th, 1848. %'). 13. ROSS, Ex'r. the following language, which we quote whole Union-Gen. Taylor) does not no man would deny, that:the 'right to __:_:lon.! -r.V. ,cirJJzk. ij
fur the instruction and edification of gainsay its assertions-he must, there-, hold slaves was equally and even more -, .

l'of I IP Ir r MONTHS,NO'.I'after date!{ ,E.I shall present my those Whigs in the South who are advocating fore, be considered! as 'assenting to its fully recognized by' the American Con CONCEALMENT. - :fi9iJ// I i

1 SIX and vouchers as Administratrix of '' the election of Gen. Taylor."It declarationsAo1zleRegier. stitution-thai it was recognized both Jiodte: the Wi/mDt PrLirie' 1l

1 the Estate of Henry Baruard, Jr. late of Duval is Congress that j is to be looked I as property and asa, political, institu In the. Cincinnati Atlaf ofju J j i i l

.4 I .eoantjdeceased to the lion. Judge Probate I to to keep slavery out of the new territories From the' dhmfjus Times, 19/A inst. I tion.: Aspropertybecause itwas sub- vcilift: following:letter.' ja/e 'r_to! ,
II of said county for a final settlement of said in the provisions shall make on ,1 Souiid Speech.On ject to taxation and'sale by the Constitution the 1.1
!.I Estate: and shall, at the same time, applj' for 3 Vi .
Letters of Dismission as such Administratrix, of the subject Territorial Government. Thursday; evening, o'ur fellow-ci, and'as'a political institution, because r.:ihouia yon become the 'Prei0 i t, f ":

4 Mch all persons interested in said Estate, are General Cass will veto any law of Congress tizen, Muj. John Howard, delivered. I i it was an. acknowledged of of the U. S.wouldyozi; veto an act of j It].
desired to take notice. which provides for the authoritative before 'the lJ m cratic' Association representation the.'Congress:of the congewhichshoudprohibikqeyormvoluutary

. ImXIETT.llAnXARD, Adm'i. exclusion of slavery from these the CassZ,ani'rButier) 'Head. Quarters, Union.' He stated that ..while in the : ,_*er&tuacfver!
p i'
V Jaekjonviile, March1,1S48. Gut To this he is'committed. the. conclusive considered onstitution the Habe I
. territories. .jnost speech{ t ,:. Cprpusrfree fo% crime, in'jill the. terztrtsf.i IIII
NO'U'IC. General Taylor, by the express terms :as an argument, against the sunen'dcr .dom..of speech an&thepresstherigbi ,;United 'States: where M .' 1:

SIX MONTHS after late I shall present my of his letter to C lpt.Allison, is pledged doctrine of Stephens' and .Toorribs, to.bear arms and]..al I l those other, :great 'isI I" L. O" : -, .-'P = t:

- Estate accf'unts James and IS.vouchers Roberts dec Executor Me-d, to of the the Mot to interpose objections he should that we ever listened to. .Major H. ,: personal rightspf, .thc_. Citizen ;werementionedbut BATON ROUGE*:(1A.tk: : ;15, ,r. .t IIi t:

have -:to deliberate acts of legislation left J no. .stone of.argumeut unturned. once, ,theright of slavery SIR I
j Judge Probate of this county, for scttUnentnd any ; : .I Inrelytoy inquiriec!,1 &.170 \
allowance by him; twl iit the s.*rae t'lne, I.. 'where questions of constitutional He took up the positions of Stephens1 was mentionedJn A severarplaces.We inform_you' ,tbatj teive.teia'Ic, Mas rI 3 1Jto

. tbllapplj to the s:.. Judge or Court, for. a power have been settled by '.various.departments speech, seriatim, he.unravelledjts sophistries regret that in this hurried notice 'a principle! 'not .t o ltfemy/ oomloa

J.. discharge from my Exccutorship of the of Government, and :acquiesced annihilated his. authorities, we"are unable ito do justice to the ,.upon n or r'V prejudge; 3 Vi< nt.;.-; V.* ** I
; Estate of said James U. Roberts deceased.JOHN i any way, Sssjferious -
! ROBERTS,Executor of the in by the people..' And precedentsare showed that-lie hadgiyea.up the whole argument. It.waslto..our mind, con- i' 'questions_ .pf Bolicy "now,lai,i > I

. hst Will &c. of Ja!. B.Rotcrts, dec. scattered through the whole! history cause of the South, abandoned the.only ,elusive. It .left not.a splinter:Tor:Stephens :Between the f "politicalpartiea fof Ue"

t. April 22.1848.. 6raAMCNDMKNT of the 'Government_ of legislation secure ground ,upon, which i ,o rights .to stand,on. .- ,. I coantryjnSF. tV, P_ dmlie*\f hi J\'fq1t::: : .
't" Congress on the subjectof slavery in in the territories :can.rest,, and"throw ,j VVe ,again express,the hope that the -or would not do>j were v5; .*-I :erected' to Ihopresidency Ii t

TO TUB the h.nitorit"S; with acquiescence of the South,'naked, and helpless, on 'the, .p ech\win.be.j given to ,the public.-.- -pf the U."States.7 L J l j
1n Ctvhiiimion f he Mlate of Florida. \ ,_ '. \
".. Proposed and agreed to by the third General As- every department, 'of the Government clemency' arid. honesty_ Congress, Nott _more:;than: ...half-; dozen- Whigs Your obedient servant, ". :.: t

- ifmbly; tvlject the action of the next General arid of the people. We. may conclude, ,with the foregoing conclusion staring ,were;present to hear,although: ,;theyryerelspecially ; .3.:: .': Z.'TAYmiE .

Assembly.AS i unless all present indications are delu- him In the face,'. that'.Co1'gressVould ,;"invited,- and ,uUhongD T6B3iMWCyE_ __ q.c_' l.:;.j I !

J, ACT lo amend the 12th Clause of the 5th sive, that no enactment will be made by give the South such justice as the wolf _ihe speech I -, vtIbeDernocraticaiso.! i ,17j"Jf' : C. nJ& li It

Article of the Constitution of this State, so the American_ Congress:for establishing %iVes, to the1atnb.Ve' hope' i iri'corri- ciation :wasa4jouinedvertb: ; ,night, 'i"It_: .cflaQ." '.' "i'"I' v

.s-. that*old their the Judges offices of fur the Circuit term of Courts eight} shall governments, in the new territories. mon s with many-r.w,'Democratswho< ; > ."heard' ; ['fi'before-*-'V""F in.compliment* *' '*.to.theVVhigs. 'and' :I.' 'Tli" e. .'l b1iJ "-CiW1i, '." ;"--.1L..mI)1' "

, asUad of during good a behavior.OECTIOS years which are now free, without .some,express the argument,.that-Major ,rl.rwill write the"distinguishedstranger! ,: Ir..HiUiard: belowextractsfrorn: .'.two.otGea.."J| t t

I 1. Be it tnac'ed by the .Stnats and provision to keep, them' free. ,It it out. and spread o before the.people. ;' o t.a4 res.seo.o.h that'evening.. :lor- (letters fi- 1*...";ds',1f Isamalei,- '*rReady .o'tk, -i..r.6... \,> 154

. 'Hose of &pT-171tl"XS of the State of Florida is probable that ,these:_territories 'will -It i*.axquestion. -. 6T, grearmbmeh_ ?. : r ,9 ,;,.i.J...;. '-= .,. i:: : :' consistency. taprU ',\.' I
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.lSJ] u Wause CaereM'mt'y of the ith Article convened of the, That Constitution the 12th of be sooner left. ..lo lake.-,care ofjthemselves, Southern m* ., -' i ,'men j titUw'-are i-v I. forming.dpmions* i. > ; *_i *- :**on'- .3 cM4; !l, \ If 3"1. 'r.Illl ii Ife1iii/VJ;. 1 J' .

,. thi3StatebesoainenlccI WI to reid 'as'follows, In their own' way, until ready c19 knock H it, to"be the basisof, ; future, action. Jt ,,jrhe ;jVugugta .Constitutionalist- i. has 22, 184SJ't'' I-I1f. 1'1i'- i'14til' t-

. Yit: That at the expiration of the prescnt term I at our doors for admission into our Union ,is of;.the last jmpprtance.tolhe.,country i ir the.foJIowugwbsch l .*.we." ":','copy-as'not "i;haVenp 'iro'p.1 : f

. .office cf the Judges of the Circuit Courts, as Free States: 'Every] ipdjeationshows1 that the \Y !theSouth. Bhotild'n6t V' itiit! pIicationotis1tituae- 'eeal i ni -/ Kotd tJ'6 't; Ii 1 I
-- ir 'rrf % **"* ***' ***
1t I f1"* the exception hereinafter mentioned'the ,: this" to [be the. <,"resolutjop.'pf, the take- erroneous' grpunds.r'rhe. speaker fl J he iainjBrent.presse- of Grgia live ,no :opsnzonwhich I oX .i.\1 25 b61'tli
11r( 'u tte Circuit$ the Courts.Supreme shall Court.-and be elected the Cora Judges term "Norih.7General" ',Taylor' ,-President_ .tru1ysauI,4hat. .if}..any1.; ..pprtioV,; ih'e often, .contendedthat: Jip' p when Iciti1dirtiddiJ1yproaain : '\fAlbfi*\ 1"S: I .
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1ra tfght years and shall told their "offices for : cannot-andsviIl notstand. in.the\Vayyf :Whig party,.followed Stephens the It became .necessary.would..without; '."lo i polij! :. ."'i ''di t
'ttttercuules sooner reuiovcil nuder the prola I tbisipoJicy.-- s' *
, 'ilo't!4i 0 made this Constitution, for the rerno-' : UV :,vi b.tL because !i1'? bnel l f.1 jrKJiuj those oftwoihms.wouldhappen.-: :> r -ti ._ ,i .. ***yoperiorinsi4iousenCroach.: fltt1t.h.: .IU" iV4t, J
f ,for .viiii udges neglect by address ot duty or, or impeacbmeflt other reasonablebt2Zl3IhiCh ;-and L ,:> >jectsthat' elprgVexclisiveIy! ) } t64thelegislative'department ..IsU_'J.hat" '"bVI, v. _. party, woulddivided .. >'. _,:. i-. ment- :upon their' :domestic. !l- institutions.: :: .I fthutrt-. __. 4 -:,t.L._<".. I J _ft
F, : (h111 exercise on; the question and woUIdberedticed ,B1iideMi. Stephens has succeeded -- '
shall for
be-sufficient ::
not :
ground :
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,rip ptichnient,the Governor shall remove any no >undue nndiDJuriourinfluenceorfihal'de to- hopeless'minoritylf6rSt j t 1ii1 CongressTin laying qiii .CompromiseThIl .
& :ffir'V0* the.adJress of two-thirds of tbterfAi3embiy Ore > -hisbeen ,2ditTh' ;: docTrrne\was theiable,><>there' '" is; *evidently; : 1- .iiitb'l ..'Ml"I. ," r41P 1
; : rtmimit.ia.tttnif ./ g t : Stephen's I'
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-t T.- .j-ii 'i't'icouQtrywoud'f -' '- "' )'tf.t 7' C):. : ..' 'r,kj .
thegJJJcauses ; .
rt ; Provided, R n rer-That : re .or itself pdrwe supjwseihatjNewiMexicb ir u t ivft: \ :4ri' .BECEBiwiS from: fiit\'finh', position here- % .

\. f' !: nd ente shallbestated" on' he''Jnma\a.' ailength: of iii SUCh each: J1d h. al!(oro1a:may be'4ruined.tbyit.l: i ")If tofore j'- ,f gbntencfed1fornZcl* ?? *;<>"'*t ffw1"* a**; tulc1rngdiiiitr6n ,: F CQnTWIM its =t

tI ,- proriJitI fur.ThatthecauI: take care t>f themselves'insi ike manner; Stephens triomphs/it will be''a.triumph isf even now showing iilt1d'ffet f"hUahm dooho .
t t ft i ,.
erraueghiU benodfied to the Judge sointnvremoved ; '."rite'Coh. ssT'SyillloolCafter'KF'Wttl o'Verfth ii rln-T Jt 'fS ut1i i'rl stfffiii.'ri.tsrf h sustainfhis: cdlirse--' : w !8, u. > .

and he'hall be admitted lo: H ie vr'.K a\i' dQ: fai&Taylojv :'Alii'-! umiii d Jh1fi 1itb1. ji s The-uni.ers -OflwjtlL\Vhich bis pot 'bei-J_ tt'm 1 -rm-ifiiMi pt
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g In his own defence' before,anjrjrote !" .1 '' '' 'a's" : Abolitionists .himaelftomaksreire 1 .t *
Iif if-hc.ispresident. ;;: relje4.un by iephen. n4bowes sitiori :!regarded yf the
r; Rebrem0Talhallp3js i and Ja ,ack cases ; 9t w ; ,manuerand that..made hla.17
.t1t brbadestCre. '\attempted last!week to'd4b they is.sufUcieni4 j .tjusjfyjusin.tbe.conClU'
cte&hiU be ,taken by yeas and,nays And I Hero' 'the boldest-and : "shall nv0 ample sai&tatieaAsmal **,t.o q4 S
.ter40 the Journals:of'"Housempeci, soil'vie\V8 untit"A1)T.ij !nj 1' its .Alinll&TtWi.-. *-.".-'*]'a!btabFdi; 1rri sionf that" ho is.:pandering,to their;sec- i I : t.I'IoUa.tn : .

I t* tlT.' 'moSt irThtZalry 1i i ;e: tP ";, n.d.a.4q id6ff "i [ti tilsi l 'e(ti 1it 'o1ri? J'9 JrPH J dce"ift, J!1.\hea;.*bl'1f bag ",h t1awhtc: r iif' .
;- &' LDe flT, L7UZdttli J; i the indgesJg I jtkJ1 ;.re4 } gV',g j i n \ .r- -:J Dr tc1 '"K& t' i i o illkiliiii jya8kiled;! | in the-Wou t tttbtf se tIl '. ;' i r"i c' .- "' 4'
Pjpoint d under Amended ICo rti; tioD l ; d ever: rUi1 eioicea8ii ddmlefl triumph.anicory ni1 ;8 ep&i
If rj*oiTided by,lot .into./our d laaseg in>dieeo, n .: -DoLte y4h'ertts9 I pteee :. : : "
: nre .-d itt H6hvd ti ftl ii i t14Vjt $ : einthOf4cfTalJ hiS,. : "roR'rS .t4
.ha11.'bold.. his'o .thei Oft\CA o sp Il \ba1-tbei ure6 dlatu1ctav ;. "CaE
1r len far theteinn: 0.ftIoearbeeoOP4LILb; < Ii'pl&fthaia1jr Vtii"f": rt. .1i tfi.bi tH ,dt''t'- '. 'me'" iut---- $."--;",M.'l\Sr. we'6Q.>-:* ). ,.1i... a.'.lberen..7sill..,.. JJ" ''1ft11dia"r 4bti' "'r HOt18B Qnj:Y1l'P.'.
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'tf! r years, the third foi; thet.c .Cf1.u: .; .t.c, t.Ph t11l rJ d fin'd 11'en( JS 4i.l"A tt{m& wa.n 't,ptltMUsu)14fi nim.51iw. '. .eieeTae ;mncouuvwat I c'JI' ,t f! 'ii
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- the&1l3te the Const jtutiopalina en4edWL : s9aueztc "J"a. J : 'andihc _.
)0nt7; by i's1)- : a ilrout 'IIei all bo'r' 1D t4 ve1wr ''wit:a Hat in all questions a fleeting :IiWPt \ 1.wnilst:ii isyou1ir ;eutuJrnsatel f !i "... <"M'l I .J1a1 !
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: fered'uby theIrtr:t""LICh i'hi111 al $ :. 1-; ". -. ,.. *
.# r -, E' N E"Wr S"- I .Is'. O i,: had l'toTd/him! ,}'while deploriig .IW.r ta
11, ."..,'....v 1 ,'" _..-_'- ''" ." '0 ."L't. _: .,", ; been opposed, ft'; nc1ld1tho. himself desired, have iuffered aeTerellarge EngUsJfWprthePrlaw'CharTe. th _Ii 8'Ot'111t'ce tr ''andwho" ihathas '1WMIt a8d tL.. 1 -
! ",' P' $--v. % tobeactnated .,,if G1aIg";l1oW,Ues nshcnro bh1ibii'dOjinutdjl rt rVe'miseries "'t&IV:Y'e6- t .- bi -
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: f -. by no poUllcmiii'w.-" (was,'aev-, on Cumbcrlwid Unloaded,'we undersUtt ;v. Jte'J.(U 1.. *}.i"1 Su; and!* turtergwo cs 'jcQli :'
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tI" thaesoIbeIa1tAkil0
fi8 1 i dil < s.rrei .
. t, erthcless nonuna lbt1.r partycoaTention: ,- .p14:_ ..<." 1. """...,"'. ," .." .tOI1heebtifdn1nglarge< ,revenf** eoej f, htonoobevrsn.t0 '

if.: and yet who Va3*
r1'., his opinions upon any single point public 'U jUsfe ;. '_ but is 4totstnguthaithI'm&n,tht..n men, si _t .f or .

:.r- :,. ; < -, ) policy'exoept the Very one which iiT to'distinguish j The-- .NewYk. 'Bqess' > '".has, .recently.!lb_ 1fn.,. ._"j,could nbt'see'the 'sime'that'ff'ed\-lie""thA'a'>free trade Tariff"fcbs had itecism precisely ', dCDT lh aD d U e IIttriatl" '= i
. I '- _, -_ _- _. _. as ;frbni Republics of}ldthetyranij.of new chapter i.its'facflity of denying a fact one I had in IrelandJnthe'ohe ease nslflC the otbV'er"lt 1 ..":tl_. It>

'; 4I :".1DEflOVBATWOINAT1L: the majority over the minority,'-the abolition wrtk'}and::declaring :t .tl11tJathe "next It ,: dwto:foreign' labor wVat'was due. alon f.'OrdJ\e:NaUcn illcjj...-

c I. .- of the Constitntional, power,'-and tensed Mr.:JcAi.unUa'U, ,',because. he_ re'1 to'*tir* wVAbsent, ; ttism 'in Ireland is the point .,.

.. p1pZZStDLNT. .:op..11 vitrrrtvrAm: open this he declares.hiimd'.f. favor of that J -
fr' ., '. LEWIS CASS ,- fly in1ts worst'f n. ..- "*"<' ,a'speech under i a banner;whereon,wasrepresented .1 i .But qne so would, never be"J'&il.iaaUA1i"taken (0.Ca11( : .

,"" p.- ._ And this.'candidate offjie Whig party was should ;
l ...: 'l J.'tJ'P *IIOAfl. a BCfTomountedmKrate$ I tion taftb the/extemsibn- of atevety* Co. LbeghteGdjffrAdmitting Ei "
T. ... ;"-.i .' Yoit vtc* MUCMMCHT: nominated on the ground:of notoriety.. '.He had era. of. ,Gen.'JAdseni :It j denied" the:Abolitionism ,. Taylor:Las pledged:himself:to tne/Whig doe .fo 1'a' mGlDe the tn t1.iJ.
. trine on _the"veto'qdeittion.. 'fte: has ,pJfdged'hi sertion, fa the ndplt .
he had ,
for sUtesmanship no
.; no qualifications. -. of FiLLMokEj-}ratber;-dcnied that}h nothing?
stWILLIAM 0. t. to abide by and submit!to the will of 'tIt' thought-important tf "

4 o' settled_ principle, :w&ch- we>e; f.9.tehim/ had. "ever' "advocated".Abolitionism." '.- '.'-, 'Now I" -. .what.c' the peopled-as expressed.?through*Cdogress from Orcg*1 althoughtby izc1.

-.- ,,' t r KEKTTCKT.TOR. in the'Ge yernmtnt-of'mighty people. T4is.: did the /'Exp ?',maintainvbefore;that,time, nnless such.:expressi involved an infraction danger.:_f.Blavtrj'a; being in "YQ'U 4 '." {

11i'f.. --.. ,EMCTOKS: he repeatedly showed before nomination and what has it urged since.' On .the.22d Au. of the constitution',, >.What 'man," the ,least acquainted The JI.as tothe afra;iiof :

1; '. PKESIpKlTIAl. St. Johns. and has shown since,-witness his many letters. gust hut before its denial'O'f Mr)lcAumssxe'achargeiteal ..tn't\ mt md'does'not rccog- r fcHToa; it.material appJiC:1tfon ." -4
J'; GEQ. R. FAIRBANKS, of ," .. bill the right'of'Congress e1t1iirt, : 'permItorprohibit ; ta-m wJtID31 ibttf *
And he called to *
't.'CHARLES H. DUPONT of Gadsckn.r.z jet was upon represent ':-. the extension Ore1aT"tf1Ju the territories -to* -Jt hSSbetflldepted! Intu -
I hitherto powerful party in this Republic. Why I' c1Eyen Mr. Giddinga oofOkie: the-tonseitrtce ?' No question has been more plainly decided gen;. shall wOow abandon it? .

JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. was this 1He had never'been known ef them. Whig and we hope his constituent will remember in.effect, .by ,Judiciary., It is a'question I and Slaveryiobd bfbslaYerywithternitory It" _. i

ju- He had never,exhibited, himself public life him for.it,,was absent,,when. '.the Acaistad rights and limitations about which there i esihA4&7
1jt ELECTION RETURNS. appropriation,came'up._ >And: ewce.before, teo,: tan be Tw difficulty: .'sate severeigntiwi haVe' i America RefttseU Textend .
1. He had,seldom,voted or taken the least interest when great questwms were ntBtakebe,. was, in the'power'of centrciting' the Institution within rage for Annexation cectt r,- i_.Ttii I .._;

1 i' 1 'ERTWR. REPRESENTATIVE. ; 1 in our political il18tit1l i DL Ho had himself Massachusetts, injuring the :'Whig'members their pwnlimitSv. Congress basthepowei: of But the ,fact,'asserted II ,dl&,. ,

:r. S Bliley.Brown. Dnval. *Cabell declared his incompetency-for such an'office. from .that State and Millard. ..fi !"ort,*of this, 'controlling it 'iB the,"faHisfc rent'_of territo.ries. ill b'l tr cJ 'it P imi; ,

'-1 ua1, 241 276 236 278 What was the greats ret? Why tould he State,everyone of whom were better, beCtuemorejnactsail Gem Taylor,-were.he to veto a bill pro partiot, Ca1iror.i&'d 8'' 'I'
: 'st.yohnt 163 130 170 130 ftnd.influential,.ai-sJt'ry mei'than hllntini-the extension, of slavery, would, bo W! .;otdt b Coati "

1:tf' :Jf&8. I 83 8t < '89 be., selected .over great ,mon, ,whose political -- "Mmlf.' ". ")?' .1. ., .,." ,.. .' r false to the tndst solemn''pledgesl. 'th-:nUl not. 'b mines..of,South-. .. .Amerfqu. >,4 Thislj. fa\ !
,'l.i 293 237 sr 296, views were considered as the representation of A few days since, this same protean Express I lf il.iasmtii..dt&e: *b?." J' "..H; requiring strength without intelleci.:?! -

:'" as, 200 211 213 those of their party,-men who were able and s.a.id-. .. Tbe 'pewcr, of Congress"to'legislate'for ih'e; i which slaves areeminentlyidapSi, ',r.1!

"r.il Orangs 43 s 43 5 tafafcted? Simply this,-their party was broken Senator Corwin made territories is" plenary--complete'as the poWer The ltetosion of slavery' bwta IvL
a speech Sandusky
t 277 397 3O' 395 ofSouA l Carolina -Virginia or Penottylvania bu r great hd immediate $
; Leon, and Ohio the 16th inst. wherein ,he stated practi*!im,
down they were compelled to resort to city on
,\1. tfcdsdett 325 439 326 436Franklinl to Jegfelitic within their bwn limits This rightis It will. be decided within the n"xt'fo J
. .. 136 101 133 100 U AVAILABILITY I" 'that the Vice. President had>more to do with as cleit AS- ny)' and in General Taylor's(Allison -, there is no time to sleep upon it U 5
President that the
:t' Wakulla,' 91 130 236 95 220 127 : Oh, "Availability !''-oh, ingenious expedient only legislation chance than of passing the a law ,;containing, : the .letter* 'We have aU. the pl..Jg.1te can'ask" real friends of free Soil exert 'il'' ., '

Jefferson, 2S8 160 of factionJ oh 'subtle- or devise. will decided against them.doetilmis 1' \
225 299 a conquered contrivance Wilmot Proviso, would be to elect Millard Fillmore .'
: Madison, 200281 tocloud the dark remembrances of And thus infavor ,perfectly:distinct from .*-5&2
365 149 368 a .jjive.us th.conrol1ing-vote ,
:.t Jackson' 152 of that body equally The "'.I. Pnrly. uirrfird in:Ib* "F,. That, as J understand it, seeks.toce iiE*
35 135 huge monopolizing financial that ruin- representing "
115 system abolition
itJ Holmes, 50 the prlDClpleJ the Free States. Soil Party. slivery in the States al 4di 4"<
:'E Monroe 127 57 132 56 ed thousands of Mothers and Orphans!-oh, ed. This is in manifest violation eTtSeiA .
: g RillsboO', 160 63 152 76 panacea for the destruction of monopolizing & w,.the Southern Whig press claim the Express LETTER, OF WILLIS ,HALL. : and contravention of.the spirit ef iSSment 7
. ; 105 232 89 235 as good IUl.thtrity-but which of its we have made
Walton, assertions letter .with theia .liitti
68 59 63 tariff, which compelled nine men to pay taxes The following from one of the leading '
Cnlhoun 56 also a moral question like
are we to believe IGcn. tmperaaceservance
, "' Hscambik, 82maj. 82 m. to the tenth] Now you hope to conquer Whig politicians of the State lor New York; .I of the Sabbath, dI83Dl.81nu1U'1L;1, ,: I
: t i Santa Rosa, M S2 I Now you hope to dupe the people more than ..'Cass on Slavery. clearly indicates the direction'with: Northern lIons; however much I may apl'roYl' t,

1t Washington, 47 roaj., 37mnj.<. before! Buena Vista shall be a tocsin to lead The Syracuse"Democrat4 contains the follow- Whiggery is now taking. The Northern Whigs I am utterly opposed to their beiD _b "

:,! Alachua, 40 : 30 and desires into Mon the too surely that the Democratic. the bal t-:x. r-- I
. Hamilton, 2 4 ui money money's power I ing challenge in relation to opinions of Gen. see South must, I .Thepohtlellqnlhonswh .
I meat!bt
and Palo Alto shall be the battle of CASS the of slavery in the territories first be broken down before their
f We give above all the returns we have as yet terey cry upon question own policycan : by the ballot are sufficiently coaplicatel 1ft I

:::4!:. received, but we doubt much whether they are High Tariff[usurers,-and of office hunting together. with the reply to the same. succeed before the people. i these be added the moral and rclfejooi 6 J!. II

Bank Men! "One Thousand Dollars Reisardf Keep it V.th. '. i lions which will oriseit, U evident IhaukataSIa
t./ entirely correct. All the counties in the State lay Whigs riha :Cllj .fN.Y.rk.
before the people thati will'pay'the above reward must be abandoned, and popular j
l.; have been heard from with the exception of The seat of Whlgg ry has ever been in the to any person that can show that Gen. The advice of friends and my own judgmenthave : become. Im lble.'p*. I

:\.\ Dade, Benton, St. Lucie and Levy, and if we money making Eastern States. They alone Cass-in any speech, letter, word or conversation at length prevailed over my reluctance to i But the extension of slivery esalatcft?. '

. .Ii f take the vote of these as in 1846, we may estimate have steadily maintained its pernicious doc- -is ia favor hieiself, or approves of any intrude myself upon the public, and inducedme i political p'esi ". proper for political artit 1 *4i tI
,..,. trines-nnd have defeated action on the part of the General Governmentfor to address a word of explanation to those discussion outh Carolina anti .Venaeoteo
OABELL'S mnjority at about 500. The as steadily by I *
f. extending slavery into Territory now free. with whem I have so long acted and with whom i tain the same.number.of white.iohabttent-riat
4)t ballot the people. What is the last resort? Who .
; Whig majority in the Legislature on joint As the charge is so llcn made,'let us have the I so entirely sympathize. the first is rtrpresented by nine meiabeViX&sgress -

':'" will not fall short of eleven. was it defeated them? Who ,prevented them {., J. H. COLVIX r In uniting with the recent movement to raise ,while Vermont, with even-a great?._a
-0. from their Tariff once more the name of- our cherished leader, ber of actual voters has but/rc. fliordinary I
.j' carrying on own monopolizing Syracuse, Scpt. t3, lStt8. i .exSas*
.*. % The Daily Morning Star ? It was the Democracy of the Union -.but If Mr. Colvin'will look at the letter of Gen. 'prohibited by no obligation expressed or implied ,illustration of the Deniocraira_ :eq i, -
.:i: Ve hare received the first number of a new Cass to Mr. Nicholson he will find in it the following I followed the dictates of my feelings and ty which y..e.M: is said._to,be the nectsmconsequence t
especially_the SLA VI HOLDING STATES. Here : my judgment. I was convinced that it was the if the
;; .' under the above title published by piragrtpb'But ;- compromisea'whlcapefaa I
daily paper ,
r- were brought forth all of the great champions there is another important consideration ; last and only means left, to preserve the principles such uionaTrcos' results. be .extended bejil "
c; 1fr. J CL-CO :(CELL at Savannah, G3. It appears i of that endeared to
all what
party me
t by
was .
my originallj Oriatrej
4 Democracy. Here has been the strength of which ought never to be lost sight of, in :
:; to be conducted with, great spirit, and, the investigation of this subject. The question I political recollection If the old standard with This is the substance of the question;I"u., !
anti-aristocratic influence. the
;.: we trust will receive fair proportio& public Against us that presents itself is not a question of the in- I its mottos: and,emblazonments could be :kept I tension of slnveryand it has always beeaitew.sed ,
"* '4 blow must fall. crease, but of a diffusion of slavery. Whetherits flying, there might be a tallying point for the as a political question since the tuuiu

nf patronage And how was this blow to be struck? The sphere be stationary or progressive its amount party after this temporary madness is passed. : of the government. ; .
'ii: will'be the For this course I have been expostulated with But I urn told. I can best, the jsion Etie. ,
e" Citizens of Florida means were ready at hand. A large portion of same. The rejection of this restriction prevent
by friends in the language of friendship, for of slavery by,voting! for Ge
add TayIo
will not one to the class of servitude %..
r it Itemember that ifyou vote the Whig electoral our political representation and political influence nor will its adoption give freedom to a single I which I return them many thanks. hare also Why 7.ii.. he opposed to It? No; butk. tilt

; ticket yon vote for TAYLOR, and FILLMORE, I was derived item our slave population.Here .- beiljg who is now*placed therein. The same I been abused, my motives impugned,and,h>y not veto it. Perhaps' ,But he diatiucthw. .

h-! the ABOLITIONIST You cannot vote for ; was the mark I Slaves were not to be entitled numbers mill be spread over greater territory; andso i acts misrepresented by those- who .have hither fuses to sny whether wiltornoL' t.t1t
; I to been notorious tor the ab.e'C3 of all principle i question he isopposed ,ttt freeS ad-i3
:_;I TAYLOR. withoWvoting for FILLMORE. i to representation A crusade was to beset far as compression.withless abundanceofthe *
- ,,, necessaries of life, u,an.enl, :fat'.mill that public or private; who have distinguished I ,ue all his power and patronage. agiiiBi S>-
-t: Let no inducement 1 prevail upon you to support I on foot against what w&a called "the extension evil be mitigated by*transporting slaves jto new themselves by their noisy zeal for Mr. Clay ] His neighbors iu tha'voub, iwb lee '" "'''

.-r: to the South. slavery."' The of the South was while their hearts_ ;iwere .bursting .
. ) : a ticket so humiliating power country, and'giring' 16tm a ,larger .space to --cu' iI4"ra.ncor'l his undress'say'"that"they knowvln i.
.f. lobe unjustly curtailed. The majority was to 1'g." ." against him antI his adherents. Within the f them on this; question ,His fricnib Hk I

&T rrn OP wov innin.TIEMEMBER lord it over the minority. Now Gen. Cass here distinctly 'expresses the last year they revel in their freedom from restraint X rth practically, uduijt it by bounding zt I

.:? DEMOCRATS OF FLORIDA, opinion that the evil ,of .slavery will be mitigated ; and pour forth their* pent-up venom hopes by the empty fact that.he wIll tool'wit <
. Such is the scheme-and
. that.on Tuesday, the 7th of November next, "availability" by transporting alangto a new countrythat -. .with redoubled energy' upon: the miui whom : He has recentlyineted SlO i OCOiasSr
. ;. called upon to carry it out! It does not make is to territory ,not now subject to slavery. even his generous enemies behold, with a J mir ho bus accepted' -Cliarlcstouonizth, !
will be called for the first time to vote
you upon slave the less, or a freeman the.more! It deprives Mr.C-olT1n, t'esulDc'wdl, hot, deny, or doubt ation ;and respect. To be embalmedin the made fur. the avowed purposeof Pposi !-
?' President of the United States. Vote fort abuse of those who haventused 6S '
4 for Aim
an honor
The South mad Presidential DOIIJIQ11
win ,
the South of equal political rights-and that Gen. Case favor of mitigating the.evil .
I. a Democrat who professes your principles, and of slavery so taraspo.ssible. As he has, therefore which I could not have aspired, to turn,upon thwquestion'and! Lei. e1ief
-0 Southern men are called to carry out But neither.the
4j.. not for an available candidate who is a Whig, yet here pointed put a way jn which_ it may be expostulations of misguided! -The, great Ratification leetinghe1y3
: the scheme'! friends nor the abuse.,of common libellers, had friends resolution
CanaI-t.passede esjrs*
submit that there is abundant
and who know is not qualified for the done we ground
'}h you We'are'before the people I On the one side asserting that he is'in favor of doing it,in a particle of influence, in driving me from the. ly repudiating this; ao >'jl
'lI- office. : course which 1 had delibehitely and cohscieiitioujily 'Mr. Webster rirhe thought'Gen.Tzop5Os r
.1.. the Democracy of the Union have never failed that nay. ;' says l
:i :: REMEMBER, We thus show, from the Nicholson letter that" adopted.- No one b Mr.. Clay himself d to Free'SoUHd would voteligainst4l1.
the entire of the whole
maintain Uni
thaVTAYLOB.r was nominated to gull votes out to rights Gen::Cass is :'"In favor;bunselrn'and would 1 of h\ve"nrrested..thcl/ movement It "was On a candid examination of:all the evidect1

of the people with the of Monterey, Buena on. On the other, Whiggery has never failed cOurse. "approve"action on.the part of the General supposed thatrhe, would" ldc 1iae''nccepliDg'a am compelled to the .belief;that he i fa eppzt4
,": cry to attempt to deprive the many of those rightsfor Government.for"eite ding slavery1 into nomination-for .that we were prepared/uiid to the doctrine of Fne Soil-and 'will do all.a
? Tiefa; &c Be not deceived by office hunters! territory now free- .Mr., Colvin will please fully! ,intended, ._to,proceed upon our own responsibility his power-to'defeat it. On Mr.-Webtei' ii- [
the benefit of the few. THE is '
issue NOW
,.! Hemember your old Democratic creed, and ad- send on that thousand dollars .or. prove that but we.were otpr predfoi .an tllority,those who1 come t&theIaxniconcbisteteiinstOen.TayIor
1L SHALL THE SoUTH BE a'EDuCED'TO A HELPLESS peal to us,'as his personal friends not'to use his n _
.here to that. WOESUIP xo MILITARY CHIEFTAIN I I.iP we have not earned it. f -
j ,.u I- -REMEMBER OltITT-oItSHALL, THE PEOPLE MAIKTA1M THE ; : name. Venerating-the'malfaoove.,all 'living On: this-point, heOplaonzpf&Utbtf.! :

. INVIOLABILITY OF THE FEDERAL COMPACT? Cit- N. Yet, a' High Tariff and' .bHlfu mcu accustomed to obey his sltghcst wishes 'candidates, Mri: Clay, Gen. Scott Judge Mp
:;i That,in voting for :the Democratic electoral : the appeal l.was"unanswerable., However, painfully Lean rc' rank and explicitly avoire&r
1 y
At 'held ai
i0n3 of Florida how can decide! a great Whig meeting recently
'f candidates, you aid in cdvanciag political mortifying;_his friends, myself among thenumber Why was Gen. Taylor excused .The N'rtl*

.d; quality of the people, and Democratic princi. Pittsburgh, .Pa the Hon. WALTE FORWARD were 'constrained abandon bur purpose the .South,is to ,be .cheated. WM h' sOlikilyi.Obe
-vI. I The EJecticmsin Ohio and Peuneylvania. made the following remarks in the course of an and that nobleold .standard!-which had ,:the:victim?, FriendsfFrct3Ipausel. :
In for the Whig electoral candidates -
. ples. voting elaborate speech in'favor-of TAYLOR and'FILLMORF been thrown to thefbreele was furled- for. the You are"about.Jo be be trav *L )f*

J..V you seek the exaltation of an individual, I' The reports.of election returns from Ohio and -- last tim v. ] .1. it is too<"la tey' on will find that you have'eleeWthe'only
'who has not a single qualification for the Executive : From that moment the Whig party has ceased man'who could hrtv.idefeatedyu1Ifrvorite ;
cbair-nnd vote for FILLMORE t, i iriy' Pennsylvania, have so widely differed, in the Mr.. F. would repeat what he had neo before to'exist. ,Its name will continue to be'used object.. Hereafter you, cannot.juifi
you :
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I" abolition i Charleston and Savannah papers, within the said, that ;the Whigs want.nothing-that 'they for.a short time to cajole those who are governed yourselves, .consciences or7OUr $ I.
his doctrines in the o.1our .r I
. out Senate .
4.t.. of last week, that any attempt to arrive at the cannot attain from' a majority}in; Congress- by sound without .rneaningbut its.principles without .requiring a' mow explicit dee'IatZI I

tke United States. I truth seesa a matter of impossibility. One tele They desired' see,, the will of,the people carried are abandoned;:openly:denounced as Jm- on.- thU.point from,Gen._ 'I1y' or. '. "..'
Support Principles and not Men. Be guided. will out; not defeated 1 by _an exercise of authority practicable and 'absolute by those,. who. iVhave 'Ton.e" M* i:
?apMe despatch But
announce a Whig majOrity expostulatesmy.trienis
as arbitrary that of the most in their ,
as EniperorofRUssia. been noisy vindication.It .
by Democracy,and net by Man Worship! Mr.Van Buren.'. not *
vote for Why ,if J
ofeome af
thirty thousand raid an hour afterwards I They w re-;in favor of popular;sovereignty. was glorious party With it'commenced
which I have most* e5
best effect the )
: 'That which is to be Decided. appears another giving intelligence"that I and General Taylor in his Allison, letter ml.poUtical. :jexisteuce;with Jt at will,endv- I' not'a 'BjirbanllOj-ta object, '"reiniseXto.ser: 'VJ
, am
;. :, On the 7th day November next the the Democracy have carried the day! ;I'lu by various Cither means, was pledged .To it.I have given the-beat -years.of my"Iife4o" because-the Devn"biddf me." Were'mfp: '
. : people to their views the 'Gen.
i ,on ,veto power. T llol'lSo.ld it I have sacrificed iny health;'my"ftttachment it'
f f tie United States are to elect a Chief Magistrate It, however, seems clear that the Whigs are it should be' exercised dicesVhundred: stronger than tftf'ngainat
'f never. ,_except .on to it was too instinctively strong to"b'e dec iyetL should oti for haif
Mr. Van >
. _- :': 4 As the citizens of Florida will then enill. not so successful as they thought they were;- great occasion?,' when ntcCSS4J'7 to:'save.;the The child might,more; easily'be':cheated into ? Bnrenj'l out ta*p&ciple
i convinced:he would truly;
. Their majorities in both States constitution from violation''The veto question the thieving .to be.its mother carry'
joy this privilege for the first time, it behooves have already believing "Gipsey h'e' now'pirofMaei: 'I have no.-reasoa;

them to reflect solemnly upon the duties they dwindled down to almost )nothing, and it may "a5aqueti9n between the. ,Executive and thepeople than a true Whigfrmitho8tartbo' mode to recogniiehis doubt fh: His worst riemy7cannbt; 151hsialyi 'l
?j;tjlenj .Taylor\wias; on,the_ vide of theOla wzi m 'und :living party.in the life ;
hall be called to perform. yet be the fact that one or both'are Democratic.The 'Rewill been true to his pledges
upon tariff "
,sign. s strong Whig less, soulless substitute sought to be palmedupon maxim"PrindptoK
in the
We hove no King recognized in this our very last telegraphic despatch' gives JOHNSOS'S if passed by Congresi '- % him.' have, been" -y. -. '
> : :It,would be strange ;if people in this district It not? in. / .,&
ttl Btpubtic-we have na hereditary executive (Whig) majority?for Governor of Penhisylvaao ; was aglorionapartyItamemhorewcre
were indifferent to the question.of a Tariff.. -f .notcollectecthik'vnlturcabythecarriOi: scent For this reason I cannot vote forCTettT, '; '
authority invented with_powers above the law, as 1300. .In Ohio it is stated that How lonjjuhas it b. sine ': ', forwhoniis. rrDj in:which Z
en we:were unani of'prey-not bandits united by a'partnership' irlr
!and authorized_ by ancient usage at his will. WELLIES (Dem.) is eTacted Governor"by a small mpus in favor'of protection?-\Qnly four years!!!In plunder,1'b disinterMted .atid 'patriotic-' alone lhaYeknownhimrI entertain', fl1r-Jr.

" ib arrogate to himself the dUposat. of the lives wjority.As a considerable1,. portion of both In 1844. we'wereftU-jn'fayor. of 'protection.' 'it was-a."' bright emanation from a free; intelligent niiration-rfor reason I o ; ", .

; {and ,
! ; ,r all' under the heavens the yet to learn the truth.. But" asttisconcedcd" 1842, they were.for Polk' and the tariffof 1846L: the Man;of the Age. '.Born mong the people, against whom:! haie'niany-prejadiwi. } ,
power on We denounced thcii the otFX4em7
; cMin'to;supporting thetariff his sympathies were"with .them, a Democrat,in As representative
.1t 1 is derived directly from the People Our Con- all sides that the Whig' candidates'received the of M2 as J a>heat.-and, ;imp sture. They .heart and soul.. "Rocked iV the severest f storms organization,'&&i 1 opo&himtsfl&j

-.*4t! .ctitution, the noble fabric of many great minds, full support of the 'Free Soil, tA lition"aDd" denied ftThey.2sald they, too, :1tere for pro- ;'of the Hepubli hebA 'become bold_in her'de- so ogaio; ,as;,the represenUUverorJfipia.ev.erything .

:1, expressly'.provides, by many checks end safeguards Native factions, the..DemocracyVf. the' South 'tectio'n> HoWii !-it DOW?fj how{,is-it now my fence. uddpenieiice4: in, 'her guidance; :Sincere .ilteWb p .t :he pr
have friends?.-tsV ;are'dhidedj party influence has ihlhisfoithf{ardent 1 in hb attachment, tOpopular ,,.thejnan. abthing. :.The lof '
1( against the absolute use of supreme executive cause oongrailatOthernsclyej on the : been. ofkiithe.inOuence; of the'Executive; government, ihflexible,bis; honesty ptFrSoil, '". ectea.iim'iaiKtti> .

Jp 'authority. It also at the 'g&se timeif 'unwavering;,fi et1'! pf ,their4,Northern brethires and *e1:,havea\large party among us,.favorable i un ua1ed"'iu-htll far-reaching* :sagacity'- v.%* -T,.m.he -sel'. uthe.. "best,manT L 1 ,"Uvt under 0, t the* cv' eircuai5:;tf t'noM(

,provides JIgain6tuiotberjyranuy equally odiS.OTXS i- ,'whoEj neither"dema gbgueism, c 1de. "to'the tariff,the free trade tariff of 1846V '> i I rapidity and comprehensive wisdom of hijfconclmionv .efl'eok..thelft.g o'\l '. ,.r"
: Mr.iF.!{.saidj,he would waive}},farther notice be stood'forth as the Model ol Bepnblican the ;pjn IpIwbichI)2e
if in,its nature and effects a which duc or .fanaticism.lead astray. We consider 4 : : :.a: -
tyranny a. ,- ;. 'of, :the-\imposture r ofi i 1844 f bat 5 he,coald=,'not : Statesman.'*'No superior baa gone,before cause I might_have' preferred someothe7to .
his ruined all other Republics,-and thfchisas Ohio end Pennsylvania safe for CAM and'Bur"Gale. overrate theirnpQrtanceOfprotectlonUe.wortOtct1ng hina,!nofequalwiU.follow..,
: :':'directly opposed to popular liberty and poliUcii LEL '. -_ 1'H ; maIl;-for:granting protection to murdered hithebOusOOf his friends* Uiaassasslns -' .men tOprinciplcs.i J.trlf

.t I .( .equality asWabsolute monarchical goT re '. alt who needed-protection. f A'tariff which are kn'oWU" and histoiy'Jrprefaaring to : am again told it is uarfess,that Jlr t' J

}-t .trnmcnt,-.we mea -the tyranny of 't < plahtsvAmerican labor.'or( the 'products' of gibbet these R'al1Iiea in the chains wbleK they ten cannot be elected.-p.rhpa so.!UI i

; a majority Durin the Wlyi portion:Xliwt:week, the :American labor,*brthe introduction of the products hav r forged r"thetdelGt ft f1.. ,ii Ircted'my candidate', lorAnJlablU\r.JiM"

.'TerDm2ziori northern part otthe Peninsula Florida, 'wasvUiUxt'with of European.labor' ,,diminishes;the wages Butt. AWhig party isTxojaaore t\?,** ,>" have preferred tome
) f i' .Th! contest.in the present Presidential elec4ioni : gale''rivalling*in fmeilctn.lab6r.' sn7 man such, 'an ala as "Tbild is all before me.where to choose, ,Van Buren is not therefore useless. ,U .'l

' jt ;thu cn a* it mill be concealed, is trnly one :which! desolated the severity'that not' t rgeeihi 1 "r1'.ti1 mkl u tfo l is +'ndProVidehceiBiylfuide.J" ial (6 tb r.nltima e. e..oCthP !,

1 tJ principle. The Democracy of the Union country"twd years since:l not to see-that, tiieilpabl and inevitable,effect $ "W heD'th'J.vessel in-whicfr I larar embarked J-ti;;&i1f.ih tritlfi. rtronge -

. -liave adhered, through Und ,who In this town the:watlrt'orVthef)St. JohnV rier of,the tariff.of 1640 Is to''reduce:,the'Wages of driver D.th.rocks by th(wlnds of:.heaven, p .' ,

cardinal : goe evil report to rose some sis feet bIghOi'tha nsufcrtEepreei i 'J J'b i ,13%?;, W.e int J tpUyhewe4kn; of the man, or,by the:barrutrouj 'act of|he master,'it 15 but If 1&15 feeble 1II !

'it, f he doctrines.which have always,bithb : ul i t ih :' J ,who cannot,see' ,'a: fact 8p obvious. .'Thirtyor; :the Instinct the South, and:$ Jlad\e4J&U"-a!
i *: b been the gliding glar { ( disi 'forty mlllioas of dollaw sent'to Europe to ihe W'T; ,.o .
our,institution*, t 'o ild'hiv pur largest Ca s and \TayIor!, :
r rseWay i ih.' 'e" ; 1ch1 ntb t1 t bIist I'tr u SoiTd ha1wlll dlitiflft "
,before offer their : ,. giaat15PA nowfthowii mpngc4fmt-4l .
jwir w.
m seuUUTa.for; !W h i4e I {ib, 'o i 7 iReJb ic : '>i reduce our g t'Weltnu 4 he repeotea,1 pity death'ahall 0Q8eDm1:1J'a' -'" f' l. 'i..i.P" ">'?: ,< #' ;' \.;, .heardttiWttgdawto thgforeet,,the b.. ..
Chief tlie
this ira n\g ,1l
< f Masi Rcpre eLtttiTe of f n_ "u tr.f', 'H"f UWcatIOD'l'" ;:'-' 'eDttte1 1 ; o tF ,%:eaknea.,t iof the mnnioblindedbp.rtyLChtC t f Thenon-exteasiottof ?IaT long been a th.I,theneterrI'e'i -

t-l .11-'J\11 jIn1oO 3 .' th._J ith i" t1.1t.., haT'.at'' ,-etrctW' ;" '.na'-1 t-tiOi'e&hl1CK fI 4'4 D'tr&D8t .Juar&. ,. .IO',del.ded... :.) l1'tl.le4d 'III.,- o," :favorite,doctrine nith,the Whig :,0f- Jhi*':Stete ."iUe4..iaio ."trioU a,4 (. '

rl':.: 0 : .' .e:. '. ; I.' Vi.G bnn 7tOtqu tJ.tf /) ;J.rn'(i tj i I o..e nq..1ti.\.i t. JW .ta.a..ptm.) ') oh..la1t4' '\1 5tlJ; 'f.1,rlJ aid f.'t ksG'j.JJ1 bpc.th .H&.J.f enly* I.ttM14-O cUbe1-" ,erth.Cata'J1; ..."r th. Tayrpt7- ;at '!;.!I-.


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""i lae1rcted ornot.r. Niietetbaitthe ender wbstcvert tom.-.teat taU era,iit the "e':bcJJ j; t'm t. Un' .iUOIa'", :i :t.- f
e North are opjtostd to;;the farther hands of Vo-cPopalL. r-.r tire:to OsS ,.
of Slavery, let butlialf that number & csEadlgaitaie3 1i hI& duly_ :fit manifestation da."ft..tutb..it :4- ;
.r and .fteir- vole wffl be'u made he'D to Lk4 world rW.kt- ,- 4. .r t
Iik.men, was&oi\cumbered with exaction : { I
*incompatible 1'CKAFLT,
to the tiwfi-tjbot deterred by intends Jo dsr' sp,. and tivsa if ihe-'l wespcn thVdigaity'-cf rthe Presidential oficeC and I I'oy --$ :'-j\ "? < -. -.. j :J
the enselea lore of should prove to be.a d&&geroaa ne, s cr deserviogit the ; .- F ; _\
of partisans, responsibilities of Incumbenti to'the i ._I. ,. ia'.q.f j
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hungering for spoils or by any I will tab the matter'inta sericus con- whole ,' tta iJA2 t
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at people 6f tke. cation, And I&oycdd, I !" ..' DPBOfdaA'Mpl { --- 2iJCj. !.
+s If" let them hereafter ,lie down un- sidcraUoa.doubt eat that_he Las a TeSy *eteativs that tlrest'eautfoi >rseri increased- by 'iiistcistwr'my : f1ii"moovDNOB. ittJl. ".._, <... .It.ANJjA. ._. J.
..t 'and domination Slsvedoai.nor fury, cci if be i is able to Slraw u' ,: note rim tkot /tkI!diriisfWffttt 'titise *f I : 'C' "- "i.:o'r -.i'W"" "- !

K... CO express amanly sentiment, wMcb any thing vBsi I wcQ.c1 rather haYC'-rorgot n: NewYerJ;wkest cetvttsledgtd abilities cad tomd .B'E'lt..
lad.1 folly they are unable to carry IbW he trill do so, &adraibisa, it forthwith; censerrotica'opiaioi-+*i it teee.:justly entitled j! tAte" in pursuaffica t>f:the;;:Acts .)biJ. a& c :the steamers .,
'l.ftlfGl' WILLIS .ALL.. for.I am e&t Se4 t ida 2&deed U ,would be consigned kirn.tblteifirstplot* m the ticket.: -' of'the'General :ImD '.>i .,YM'ISt1Y'5tei: 8u.s..;.01.aD &up": '<,!&GWo 1', f.

tL Oct2,184& totftkMtfs prcfou&5.Bat "This msi*Is Millard Fillmorft; and;this:' '" nxff'_.-$847f atdMthf f Dctet6 l84.t it tspl .Mo .' >the. .U.',8,KaUStMM.'heatPoolata to 'I '
.rork Vos Pepuu thmtess'to- bolster up his'fFffrd Thi Plaiftr*'cf'tk WKg Candidate frrtkt'i pia ten 71 and h ltd,\ 2I &iorL,1 .bee d lit the St:1'' < : sn3.f1i-teoY Yi'N ,. I liia '

coxxt.racArxD.j) frithttia. wte iN. ,Heftemabe con_ .-'.. P-, 'several preanctstrthln! this Stale,tin, deeds ', r, Alligatof, rtt .d Cal t {
[ Iciouatbd '. .;,_ the of November ii ttmbaa Tallahassee" --". I '
ts.atlbbru PrInCiyilre.pruIl there is,seeed'of furtbercaidence to: 'th day ex t;to choose three to_ -i2. J I 1

t ht tae. p sredcBce to his.statement If he thinks Electors, ofPreeidettdYidPrelidgtbtthe.: OCAMULGEE; .. 't.- 'Capt.A.;CHAXX I t'

NO. it there is necessity for it, let him do so! I how BcnACO,:Octl7,<183aSir .TJinted State&1.: 8T..mftBE'sw i.McN .TT. 1

rJ111a1L I promised to show in this number ever shall ads nuke'affidavit -njy case or mword y :.;:Your;communicatl nof the 15th inst,. :Given under;my,hana and the'great seal of 'These packets leave Savannah Ttsour 11 j i' ,

II Taylor's past associations the need BO such props. I again explicitly aa Chairman of Committee' appointed by f/A .[szAt.the?: State at the CacitoL in 'TallahaV *r1d'iDAt Mottiiso at 10 Vdoct every aad i t g

ellS tro1D Gen. born and slave- deny that 4 -Maintained" or 'Hook the 1iI"Slaterj Society ef the.County of-En? has ".t,-:*** thi"11Ud.i" .' ; t.'iii :l8a K.', rive a'tPkolatis'in'time ,for'the Mail ar. w '
f has being Southern a "that just come to hand. Yon solicit answer,to 'UrI."D' S gu to j .
get o ground" pbbr- white men in humble stations ay & go through to' 8L"Angiutb. before i I
_t.1ct u Dot to be taken as presmnptire en- should not to allowed to vote" He facetiously the following interrogatories: .t' : .i. ". By the Goyernor_:! ,Qtvtmvr- of florid ry ThundA.1and aight. 'rioj i, j'
Monday. -
> that Ite.rssoun, <1 upon the subject of inquires, ill did nct say s>,why i replied 1st., Do you believe.that petitions to Congress ,.A. E.MAXWCJX.Secretaryof. iReturnihg,leave Palatka'every.TUIS / .d 1

iufea the :*: now fbr the proof. to his: cH* 4 answer it does not require a on the.subject.of slavery and the;slave trade :: &lZtt. .- > FniDAT> MORJUXCT,at 7 deice,touching as AT aDo aijd ; I t .
jter!la deal of ought to be received, read and/respectfully --eet:2r-1848.. 3fN'4 r q
great penetration to discover the direction : : eacHtoyi -
himself that he hast _
la the first place he says a wcatberaock points His and considered by the representatives theeo>. : : v r i1r .
object allusion They are both lam freshen boats.In cmr lets :
the mod of the last forty years upon the WAS twtraxtisarext to be milJU.kcD..fA .I pie? 4,. '-, ,. ICE.' TO' SEiTTJiERSVsidcr order,and ha11tiomely.rurnlahed: m' Tespect : ?l

.r--.- ft* grater part of this time he hasgtfttioned There tras a conversation held oa'-B..i street 3d., Are you opposed I to tire aritfeauUkto"of ; | .areu commanded by gentlemtn every;orw*! r :: I a
Armed cenptulec A 8. *
koaa upon the North Western fronjUMrkfch between us rind another u I>cmocrttt and omcbolder I Texas to this Union, under any:circumstances,_11 '. known experirnctoa,the.route, and theme paU :' ldl .

been free J /' but the subject of that conversationS so long u slaves are held therein?' WftTE.tINI>EE8lGNED. ,.Agent'of the United roes, are assured that every,teatb1UlJ s: ?; ::t.
kaitalwaya territory an white house and kitchen servants, and notIrCOrvkite 34. Are you in favor .of Congress:exetcrstng" 'J. I .:JL. 'StatAi'Treasury, &o,,will attend:: at the paid to:the safety and ttftntort bfto s sand t "

etbst acqwintances and associations he then: suit. I dechnsd discussing this sub all the conntituftonsl power it poiseses to abolish follow (topes, of the days specified below,totakeTOttVec to the, careful handling freight i

tree with men who hue always been I Ject with Vox Populi, because at Iras an immaterial the internal slavebrade between t'he States 1 .','by. depositions before aesitTS ,; ; :

t ed- and as men's opinions natu.cdorlkg I. issue. I thought an immaterial issue, 4th. Are. yon in favor of immediate legislation "him;tin relation to the settlement and.occiltlonofallpersoaa P: Brooks &iTupper r Sstantrali.: : i
slivery :
'Opped to because there are no white tenants in bur State, for Jthe abolition of slavery in the District obtainedpermits under ..DeLormt',, : -. !Ddlett..or i :3" J
111rtieire a Trom the unanimous o- and like Mr. Calhoun_, 1 trust there never will of'Columbiirr the Awof C ns WSiy:entitled "An Act to p'ro- G. Friedlander,, ; .Brunawiok.. ';

.pwod. of those around( them, we may. natural- be. Vox Populi may prefer if he pleases being I am much Xftgaged, and have no time to enter vide for the'Atmed Occupation and Settlement. 'John.Bessent, -, ...J ..., St Marys.Jacksonville.. : :
his affected in 4rke waited by while tenants. i of the_unsettled part of Peninsula of Florida Fernandei&Bisbee, :. ;
that were manTa upon prefer-War inte an argument,or to explain at length :
a/Pl'os0 1 my ,",approved August 4th, 1842.and who 'were", },Coy ,: .. d
argument may appear to be far- ones. have had the good ftrtaae (or mi.for- reasons for my opinion. I shall;therefore, con Back Greer J '
tinder that Act and the Act amendatory ,
D d tune perhaps ho would think,) of being born tent uyflelf'-for the present, by answering occupants ; ;Cooley,' r '- Picola\t. u; )i
fet ed but when we recollect the many instan- and raised at the South where poor white men j interrogatories in the nJirmatiwand leaveKt thereof, approved June 15th, :1844, 'and B.l'.Ha..kin -, ;. :; Pal., '. .',

irkick come to the knowledge of every man, belong to the same class as tie r4ok.4ind are aot some future occasion a more extended discussion who actually' occupied or'settled under,:said Eefitte&Ca3y -. ; Charlestok t 'l'
:. wonderful changes which a Northern made servants of because they are: poor. Servants on the subject. MILLAED- FILLiroat.No.16.J Acts;and did' :not;voluntarily relinquish and' ;N? B.- .Goods consigirtil. to the Agents.forwarded !t h (!

1 iu this country are all black, and if ht is .w __ .__ _. _.._ abandon the same but continued tb reside on free of cfaaKrfssioiL. Freights from Saivannah O ,
an ttjdtnce not satisfied with that state of things, he had :aid Charlestotif avid .all .aT'.treiikt :
'IlOIII ht in the minis of Southern men we can- better return to other latitudes. 1 hall not [ numbers nine and ten sOuthmd.E. 'of payable by shippers _, t 11. .'
the force and effect of the circuin- discuss with him the propriety of a change A CERTIFICATE from Mr.Ingerson,of Lancaster the base line specified In said _Act;.of .1842. September 30, 1848. iy ":' j =
deny c
lICIt New Hampshire thereby aiding to effect the objects.of said Acts, __ _. B
here. If a highly
And I may add further, that this effect he wished to know my sentiments UK respectablecitizen *' .'' :
chum the lens observable the officers to the rights ef/pew white men, lean tell him ina of that place and Jailer of the County viz:- LIST OF LETTERS.Remflining j B

b not upon i few words: I have ever advocated and believed I of Coos : At Newnansrille Alachua County, on .Thursday : Injthe Post office of Jed s mills it '

jegiUr army than upon other citizens; I may in the right of universal suffrage believe I 12th October, 10 days. ,. 1iandwhichltnotbkenoutWith_ -t 5fc !

Wt the name of Gen.Scott, who, though aVirginUn that every white freemen should Tot%, whether I. George W.1 Ingerson of Lancaster,herebycertify At Long Pond, Levy County, on,Monday, 23dOctober.10 in 'three.wonths .will .be"ieqt. tobeGtaeralPoati se JiH
that have been troubled with the ;
birth from being long stationed he was womb owewatj or one million dollars. i days.AtMicataopy ,. i ofBc. : ,'y', &* 'yt
by ,
This in &e law Asthma for about twenty years. Last November Alachua : .. .. .
now 'f our State and 1 wouldbe County on Thursday, > : i .'f ,fj
ia the!>crih, has become a thorough Northern the last to change it. Ht l &e stated the when I began taking Wistar's Balsam of 2d November,"fi days. A > Jesse' 'gt" IAidrewj 9.

in feeling and principles. and Wild Cherry, I had been unable to do anything At St. St.John's Thtutf- fg"stbn, ',. .; .
mien question fairly ceordrag to the facts, I Augustine, County, on aftl Load 'John'W. t:. i .
should have noticed him for'several months, and had not, except a'very Sth November 10 ,. .. ., :
Bat it may be asked why General Taylor not at all, being satis- day, days. [ 'bl.. ..tAr. -'' 'c IUILi..I: 'i" .f".
Jousted hu funds in slave property Of fied thai he would soon have "let down," and few nights, been able to rest in my bed. .Almost At St.Lucie County, on Monday, 27th November Acker, James. ', McQueen Mrs.Ana:'s': i, t I t.,
be withdrawn from the track by his more prir- as soon as 1 began to take it, I felt relieved. Ihave ]O days ,. ,< > B .
wane I cannot answer this positively, but as dent friends. And taken about two bottles. My health is altogether At on Thursday l1urchee'John1'
perhaps, sir, tis it is, 1 owe Mellohville Orange County, ,Bush, Mr. James Mbigati Thomas Lv
btaldl every thing to inference, we way you and your readers an apology for replying improved. A few returns of the '14th December; 10 days.At BlountWm.S., .O '' '

tally infer that he did so because thnt is one to him! But I think you will excuse me, sir, Asthma which I ha'b had in that time, were Ocala, Marion County. on Monday' 'Jan- Brown,'Wia. H. YHettra, J 'Jlc. ._ :.J 1. .i1.1
when you recollect that this banter appearedon almost immediately removed by taking the Bal nary, 10.days. '. Barber,Isaac Ogle bv Benj. 1 1' :
-tke wrest and safest ways of making invest* the eve of aft important election, and above aam. 1 rest well, and my health is, and has At ftoeoch.attie, Benton County, on' ..Monday, 'C'ChaScy ,' ". '--"p :: ]

Btnti, when a man cannot devote his personal fictitious signature. I was afraid if itt was been f& months, better than at any time previous lith January, 19 days. ,--Ge -eR- WCdUifi Ponlea, Francis A.T : ;

attention. to the management. of his property.- permitted to go to the world unccntnc&cted, it for many years. I cheerfully recommendthis At.Tampa, :HiUsborbugii County, on Mc day .Archibald Peacock Irwin, Messrs s.

Jtiiii notorious fact that most of the plnnt.iticu might hu\"csolJleeift'Ct"'l'on some of the verdant medicine to all who are similarly afflicted. 30th January, 10 days. F Piner,'Wnu 3" .

young voters-of ow couui-ry. GEO. W. INGERSON. At Key West,Monroe County, on Monday,'14th Flfnn, WnuB. .." It YFalany

in Louisiana are conducted by managers 1 wish not to be understood as attempting a Lancaster, N. R, April 2S, 1846. February, 10 days. ,:'IaRObertsoD,,'Rfi&eri.. :.. an".

absence the owners, who reside in dif lefence of the Democratic party from his terrible Price 1 per fcottle-=six bottles for five dol At Dade County,"on'Wednesday tst. aI'cb,_lOdays. Foster,Whitfield Ray, Capt'Warrtn j. 'i

Went parts of the Union, and seldom visit insinuations. The Democracy have noth- lars. FUnD Mr..Wm.Fatio.'Mrs. Roberts,AdalineSIiaf ARogers ; : ,

ing to fear from that quarter, any >more than For All cases presented will be examined and .Jane ,cape 011ww4"' : .
(lorplintatior.s.Agiio sale, wholesale and retail tyr 1 '
Mount Vesuvius has cause to dread the puny : reported on,and persons interested are requested 0 llced,,tiato r'-fL' m
Gen. Taylor is a Kcntuckian anA a o. HOLMES'"& co. haTe their *" and witnesses "f ,1 'J
efforts of school-boys with their ,nirts. to permits deposition; Green-JamesD. Itesv e Mr.1'.It -v,
Itatucky Jrllig, which 1 am sorry to say is nndi As to Vox Populrs twaddle and play upoft .tA'Cbot1vUle P. readty and be prepared to: prove their Graham; Rey.L2 8osst, 'rm.B. '. 'Il ,

r fact from which we may infer his unsound- the words "maintained." binder," "profits," And by druggists generally throughout the cases h fully, in conformity with' the printed in- Green,Danniel
When &C., this is all too puerile even for him and I structions' forwarded each claimant.. Glover; Henry_ .. : :..
itst we that Cassia. M. Clay United States. Oct. 21. ,
would respectfully recommend to him the perusal -. .HUGH.ARCHER, 'GraceMr.9Robt. Stone, Mrs. :",;' \;
a notorious Abolitionist and Whig,) resides in and study of uThe Spectator," instead of -- Agent United States Treasury' Gei;,'Elixa Miss Sauls,'EmethyiSparkmaiv aN; .

Kentucky, and is constantly propagating his scribbling for newspapers. 1 agree with Mr. O.ITI1A$. Ocit.; 14, 1848: --a hi Alfred ,. ,t1 j.

st&riou doctrines, that not many years since Addison, the author of that work,that punning, DIED, after a few'days illness,at Tampa bay, Green,Louis.' Sne1_ DIIss euz. ..4.: :;.

lawn when well done is at best the lowest order of Flat$ whither she had recently p& Mrs'8A- NOTICE TO. TBE8PASSEBS.'Af .' Gray,Affy Miss 'T- 1 jij.
permitted to publish for months an Ab wit. How low the* would to class the wit of RAH.wife of A. H. Mouse,:Esq y of Chassahoweita -. -/"R'1'alor.; AlfredHnTba ,.
LL PERSONS hereafter
.journal in the heart of that State! when Vox Popnli! Not perceiving tteif pint i Benton county, aged 26 years. '' /V ; the undersigned trespassing; lying at uponlands''of 'the ehtt' V 1;' w ,
ti recollect the shameful ahull the lists with him Mars MxiJttK was an affectionate Haddock Joseph' .
abandonment of the not enter in that kind exempla. mouth Of the River St." Johns from the Steam 'V&ughtcJosepli. i I r
!th by ti relative Henry Clay, who still re- of'atla) but leave him tttatt. in the enjoy ry wife and Mtother, .*ut off in the.bloom of Saw.Mill, at Bastard; t the Southern boundary Haddock,Jehu & a, :Vanght', Isabella '.: '. I .
mentofthem. life,--leaving a disconsolate husband and three 'HiggtbbotltanhDaridILE -
taW wore influence over his patty at home He has been but little more happy in his epi- children. and numerous- friends to mourn her Grant of that. either tract by of cutting land :known down as the Live Forbes Oak :HigginbothariJlI&t1'l: ,'Rcr.W'D.L, ;:;,f 1 1 J

ikan uy other man in the State! and when taph,and I would again suggest i. him another loss::.- 'A,* or other; timber gro1ring\upon'any said land,,.or, Harris ,James 'Wwghtmanit ;Manue .,t. ;

recollect the conduct of the improvement when he writes the epit ph of -- tfilkJnsoa, Asa .
two Whig Scnattow ; -- carrying away any wood_or timber lying upon : ::1
and the Whig Representatives to Congress his next riaim, he should add the following* BILLIARD SALOON said lands:will be dealt with according to law. Jorda, .,Dillon .Wheeler,Horace Z: -rK' l
lines by all means: West:MinPenempi' ;
tram that State., (who openly acknowledge that AUDBOWLING And all persons furnishing'the-undersigned Krone,J. II.K. 'Wilkins 'Elishs'1 it Ji 'fi'
Who Cock Robin? with satisfactory tvidenceof any;'suchdepredepredations ;
the Sorth have the right side of the question) I, slid the Sparrow, ALLEY. or trespasses;sufficient to convict the JDUN-M*PfTh5, P:3i:..' J :

upon the Compromiie Bill of the Semite in the With my liltk arrow 1" Tllfi Subscriber has recently ,purchased person committing the same. shall be suitable' Jacksonvtlle Oct k7thil648.8tarrattMrs.lLM.. _', ': t

Jut'Uiou of Congress! I say when we recollect And when he again writes for the public, let nd fitted up as a Billiard Saloon andBar rewarded. ,PALMER,- & FERRIS.' I if

I all these things, however much we him not prefix too showy a heading to his Room the spacious premises formerly;owned October. 1thl194St.. ; 6t- .A CJLitD.- '..' r.t?? ; Ii t
may Government "
piece lest he excite expectations ia his readers by and"occu'pi by .Judge ," LADY. deairouA of locitin gu"For w rand

regret it, we arc constrained to acknowledge which his powers t>f composition are actable to Lancaster He has also just finished a splendid C. H. ,I'..LSD. :BIRTH. .i1.. who has had"severalyeare2pen .: R I t
that the Bowling Alley with'hiS: .establi h- .1 -" -( -- '- .
connected '
Whig party of Kentucky cannot be rc- fulfil tALiti AnI,SCffiNTinC!'WORK .as Teacher of the. High -'Brancaea ,of.an l

lieJupan to maintain the rights of the South And now I would say to Vox Populi, I have ment;"htch--1rill and, at present/the be to tbe'PubJicn'Yonaiy one in Jacksonville ) -,.. the subject of Gestation and Child-,Both upon, 'English,,Edncatioa, with French,-,M ,' and \

upon the done with yon! I have wasted as much time open R:'M. Weisselhoff.>t IX; late of Paris;,Just Embroidery wish'es.tar-be employed iitaivAcad- i
slavery I by
question. admit sir, that next; the 23d October.: As he has:been at for Ladies to i iI
lad Gen. and paper upon you as I can_ spare, and aS you published by the. author. ._ emy or hear of)rsome heal 1
trouble and to afford this mains
Tuylur ever given public expression to 'great expense thyTiUa in.which she could 1j
commenced the attack, .1 freely concede to you This work contains information subjectsof I
la of recteation -he trusts bit exertions upon !
opinions upon this subject, that these inferences the right of conclusion, having no fears but will healthy be rewarded. tbd highest importance tb)married Arsons.' Etcfy desirable,reference, and all' further : :
would be that 1 shall survive. "The hide of a Rhinoceros formation, t may bl..obta.in by addrasnn?: ,h
unfair if opposed to those expressed or ,those contemplating, marriage... It.will be i _
JOHN CLARK will hand the :
is impervious to the bite of a mosqnitoeABut always keep on. f means (post paid,) P.BEL ; Charleston, 8. c:: 1
found'of special value"td those whose, .f .
opinions; but as he has pertinaciously choicest LIQUORS find HAVANA OARS ; J\ .1 I
before I take final leave of him, I beg to offer Sept 33,1848. : 5t :
health .or other'circunistances do'notpermittht T I
ftflllfd to come out openly with avowals and he feels confident:that no fault will be :-- .JJK'.'1 1 a
any him little advice. In the wordsof "
a friendly ( the number r't Ii
to mcrease : eiffaJ1jJl
fond with him in this -S. > L .H
a4 has allowed himself to be represented by Cardinal Woolsey to Secretary, I would _- particular JOHN CLARK.- : without great inconvenienSe.-suffering;;or perhaps 'Isioaroe' Circ danf.. 5 : t

to friends throughout the North as being in say to him"Cromwell:- .. ,Jacksonville Oct. 21,1848.Administratrix'. Sm risk of life., A:'method of ayoidiDg,these STATE .OF".FLOKIDJL'AngeloLopei \ !*J? .t ,
tarot of I tfeee\ ambition ; troubles and dangers at,will .discovered ,. t"- .
restricting slavery to its present lim- charge ling away : '. (recently .- ,' )/ \ : ', "
&,without a->r<>rd of correction from By that sin fell the angels j how can man, then ,: Notice. JAceleb tJ French physician) is folly '. ,B ill.for D1TOrct.' .. 'r. :. 11
> hen himself The image of his Maker, hope to rise by 't 1" ALL persons'indebted to the Estate of James. communicated in this work, so'thatany persontnoasy ,-. % *.iMariaLopex. '" LL. M1Y.......t: -

atPPeoeg' honest, these inferences arc per- Return to..thy tapes thy calicoes, and. thy deceased,.late of Duval counte,: :' yail, himself of.it at'once. The meant : B nlbetnJnAd to thaCth if" i

oly legitimate and fair; at all events they account books t then your'demagogaeiam will requested to come.forward and make'immediate comparatively:nothing,and'are within'the D- Defendant protjf in the: BUl filed mo =:
;: in.,tho above t
trt4MlUalll just and strong as the presumption avail you something, and with the aid of diligence payment' ; and alFcreditprSj :legatees, and reach of all._ The process is new,:safe infallible'cbnvenient cause resides out of tie Slate of Florida it ;

it ia favor drawn his friends and a little,.politeness, you may acquire persons entitled to'distribution'insaid'estate,. ,,simple,;and'cannot injure'the hereby.Ordercjdj. That a had ; > 'i
by Southern ;hearing be, on th .
tified, that'"anlesathey exhibit of the most delicate. Kof'iloes .it
health cui>
are hereby > ; .. Ii
fortune and even ,But the nails facts
bDea ther&ctaC respectability. *" chargetl In soda Bill,on Uie first : '
Chi. birth and his being a slave 'of the of will resound withyour'voice their claims tome within the time prescribed tall tiatrimonlalpiflvelegeS; in.die least \ Monday ci J
fame never and
temple May next that if the:.D fe
'holder. ; __or footsteps. Plod on, vain'matt, bylaw, they will be.foresee barred.. Copies:of this'work':".will.besent; .in:a.close pear and answer; said Bill by said tdo'not..F..day -1 J t
theG1. .J
communications are acceptable I and content thyself. _.. MARY LONG,.Adm'x.- t envelope,1 at'single letter postage, to any partof be taken as coAfeued'aganstberProvid :
." may obedient Jacksonville! pctSJ,1848. __ ., 8totIee. the United States for $l sent postage;paid, That. .1
*** ? txxntnent the Your servant, copy of this 1)rdcr:be published in seaspublic ( JI-
upon position occupied to Dr.R.M.WEISSELHOFF; J X-.2110. New i.
1I71dr.Casa i ia relation to the question of ala A -DtUOCltAT.." AND OFFi. -noi.DU.s-- ,:! .' : **"-r' JTorkCity.., .Copyright secured. No Bookseller newspaper:of this State ;for the space of f.
*""". : PUBLIC OUTCRY on: **". three months before the day appointed for said
WILL allowed to sell this work | .* > J
ONSLOW.bir I 'n hearing ; .. !
.THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE;"AND Monday'the'30th inst,st the late fesidence I Sept,".16.;" .f / :i3m.V ,::LANCASTBBi n I
? 1M \ Judg*Sa Circuit State of ;t
SLAVERY. of James Long deceased,;:roar;.Hundred andFifty 1 .. '. ,., -'- : rioridx? "
POp-GIlD. ,.
Taos. F.Ki* Solicitor 4BY
..If,W*ins ROT STBUCK JUDICUUJJLJIID- .bushels of Corn Thousand : f for Complainants .
Three pounds' I
: '
'OhKn-a i AUCTION;;JQjlC?. i'..y _lept'l1l849., 3. .
KKSS,.W*..SHAU.CUSO, TO rJ&.COk TTVTIOli AS of Fodder,two Waggons,one Mareand.Colt,one :4 ?
>Sir The folbwiag communication '. .4,.:AisAt''1''Ja 1A:tbt7k rT S,Ti. ) 1 i r Iii !
was 'Tax MARINta;CLitGSTOrTBt.LUTtt.AAtWDzN.aLeRT.AKDTiLR or two Horses;Fifty cords otPlne Woodland, a ,cOLVX ;: _. ,. .. Marsyal'sate. -- J
!i ;ailly addressed to'tbe Republican, but u TKMfKST CUOSS AaOCB t HIX.Xfitis .7 ,lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture. :ON.Saturday,'tke.28th f_October"next,.wUlbe : -;virtue oft two Executions fasued' out'f of: Q' ,
the Editor Cast \i '.' ., ft ,fl.IkFERNANDEZ; ,, ;" f cold .the higbe t bidder,'the IIa11of + I
of that journal declines to admit it ; .0' : to the District Court:of the United States for is
We have'D 1ththe,,ngh "nor.theipower to'touch ._ .4Ag'Lfor'Admrntstr.Ic i\ the 8ttainaOfpheai,as she ow JUeBj'.togetberfrith 'the Northern District of Florida, ai d.tOme' I.
1 : dtrected
irounda please favor me with its in4lrt where it existsCk, Cast .. 1 i
1-1'-4AByrJ..OSG of
slavery j ;. : all;her tackle arid apparel' consisting and'delivered against:,Arthur'
I aia your paper. Congress has no right.to.pay.that there shall :' October. 19th,' 1848. < 1.< :.'t1f"4t1 i Anchbrsj CableiBlockfc & and s quantity of I have levied upon.and, ..lIlel; -publieanctioiij'in Barney I .

be slavery in New York,or;,no shivery in .Georr, '1 -- : -, ',. -j Smitbs'.and Carpenter tools.t ,- front'of'the Court Housej,in! the :
of of
T city .
fIt ftpet to hue to trouble you again with a gin-nor. is .there..any human power but.the. ,CALCINED;-:PLASTERBCQGGINS .PARIS.: : "; ..ALSOAsplendld : JieYaoiiville,between the hours ofillia.un andtA J I J

wont in reply to communications which people f those 8tates>-Gen.,Cart ;; : (: C04of VPhiIadeldiaii. ; C' _.HighPresiuraJ 1g -eaI&en.. R r;'v.v tha .k'."aUIIWIT'l fi' 0 tt orikVrS ep'RlWer .4

.ate fffc& in your paper .above the signa7.V0xopulL .The principles involved ,ia the Wilmot ip Kviso manufacture. ,CALCINED glue is in ondsr.scoaiplete. in every. .respect ">i'blegrQWoeaat: .. PegolPeggy'jiejaertwochildreo. next' :

,r I must, however,:request should be.kepCout,.of the national legislature PLASTER of the whitest'"and;!finest quality: 'with"tJoUerSjotci'Sale tf- < .-r .. j $.OJl? _
: Sion of this' into your;columns m prom- and left to the people of the confederacy .that can. be producwl;'atthelowrate'of. $1, H. -;' to commence at 12 o'clock, M.Fitflnrthe '.'_, i. Ti > ; t !.B.r.a.:. =," itstttiau',%, '

&g t6st a.ill he the last;;| unless something in respective, gorernmeata.--Cu.: :: 'cash,>per barrely"freshly, |mt5rn p.,in?:excellentshipping puticiilara/apply'to:tJw uDder. o.ttr.1'; : 'om e "'t--o '-'JSh' :."-
:consequence presents itself:for cbnsid* .Let.the>people regulate,theirInternalcon. -; "dOtU OIL. 'VAisoJ -* '.-|<. .,- WI. -. sigaahat. 'Madigon' 'Court House.*-_ .; ;: :: '{ 1 1&i.. \f" <

Indeed I should not have made this cnua In their own OWD"1'o' '" : : ;STEREOTYPE tPHASTE&4k$3- "t: j'.f i.A B.r.NO Actat1fA.tIlODC :The above'Za m P. eiI. 't hi 1i r

f?**: hot for some direful knots which wenS i ,Leave to the people:who wiU be affected by, and LAND PLAST RtiS9ctL'ptTlATTl.Direct : :', ..;' ;;S pt:30- 1848.,. ,- > n r.1m"-... .' "; _.tnNovember; : next'q.IPffltETsDeputy
!*. out by Vox this question:mdjnstiJtiPpott their own res* I 'orders to'the'proprietors'at:Ph1AdeV' -'- < 'e ;'+ MersiaLt
Populi ia his last eommnni.Utltt 7' : } .
't1l0T1cm ., 1f, ;
: and in their own.manner'opposed phia to' JOHK.CAVENNAUGH ,'yew:0rsleansf :" ;: siiu'. ,. ; =;
ponsibUity or. : .t".epl".. .. '__ ., :
-' ,.PPLICATIONswilLbe; i tU4enextt s ">
he cautions .Ctzsli- ; -1 P.COGGIKS-&COOct21.184Sv t ..... '
me "not to tempt him (ur) A : ilondafcrUn act ., a' ,
i dew Of any jurisdiction = .. *'GeneralfAssekWyof S t er4t too largely memory lest we he lam to the exejtiso ''f J-PhuadelphiiPa r ( .. w rK"$ -tJ ee.e
( ) -
upon toanthbritA oi )aByto !
.?up Some which her, [ ,would by Congress ovet.the subject of aUvery.ry 9i"." 3mI1 .,. of incorporatioh eonfe :U:1ferio tift.aie: ere6yswst ed.
things ( ) ra- hI9_. '. .", 'W,' 1- -- struct RauB feel CeclarJX .# A
have forg." I confess ..1 ? JaBiX eWl oaartfhe-date 1aeieo I }
M (
my inability :ew. fcry's
Bolters ontheXfc4 e* -
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te ?rhenl the drift of this ;extraordinary J do not IN in i ." oat1e sbaltapp1J.ao.thoHatt :Jaea e J' Yludi
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;: 'BY ,TRS uEs1DEN1ortJIE1JUTED. '" -. ..Occnpy.the spadottsVPIYE STORY .utE- axul; MOD %le< &er2heX&L the ,!ht 1< i tJ.-LIa. &i.ahIthedieje -rthi&tkj N. '

:'f" ;; 'STES. : HOUSE, Ko,5G CEDAJ.t.STBEET.theWH9.L&'QCJ 'ote1aPt.' IBijUonaofthtei$ ,' 'l{.i i. i! .a ._. .Ij

;t In pursuanc&oLIawiJAMES. K. 'Q4f .is devoted to th "eX.. ..OD"A l1-8 'I and cn receive from tae fiubsojribers. .Mcd tJ.: 'W.w 1 1l e! Ji.Jt* l R _.
l.; of the.TTnited States 4tke&cgle4rtor* :- t' ., .:- to y; ,.I drequIr :S j.t- 9n.&th. ,I, n. fHd1,; pbon J 5jIaae53tl1ftlis to d' IJ't i4.Jt 3a
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i; of America, hereby declare : < A'- limited-'number ofOF'ICEjSTUDENTStitl consumptIonub. 't t' ;ft aeTeral years b1'U
' known iKat'pnbUc- sales will eheld. ,;; ;Their jresnt Stockc4sst t"t q_' .1ti1\b: T '.i! aiib e roppU l1 1.r' ': '.u" COBImIIlpt. aonfr""w-< ,1esa,," lna J t"Nt, It'

b) at the undermentioned. .Laftd*.Offices m .'OnhouSu &PMk '[f# :. : Books.: *Plates,:Anatomical 1"and ,ther.tinn"jl1 Prepant L_*- '- t= 'wOnianhov4 a&jis ealeu&ted 1 .< .

-STATE-.FLORIDA, ,at the 'perIods Embracing"'bbtheTQlS4NSof? r .1 bieizulaiy umf.l\edj.Q'the ip 'tgotblo2s6resstnthe J l b Q, : n
1 the patterns and colorings,.'andc6mprisinlthing "e'er1 th Mb'oht :mode 1'. ;-,:.; e !l ; \ .Y'flIJI..i..1'd "jHnls mediciat j
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hereinafter designatedtowiU| FOREIGN,81 pufstieif ri ihe5liu-K /Northern cities will be 0.; ., 1I
; desirable 4n; the line. andDO ; t; 'fi'9. e< 'p oflJI : "" all the diseases which "
the JadoSSce.at: .at Newnansville, commen. ,- -1. '. .- ? : .,' "'*' XJ L., 'taught to1 compoundfand'' dispenwMedicines : : oiaenent 'ut,
r. JU TI : OB.aDd paJl "ij 1y.oJ (J t bthhoUsy.
.1 ting-on.Monday the ninth,of October,next, for I. aAll fwhi h'L1'? orel'for saie.'for casli or i isalisfactbry 1 1I andwill bcinstractftdantbe tninoretwy:.t&iy t. }:t:

,m the disposal. or the public lands situatedwithinthe I editafle'ZO, WEdTPRICEBby :I duties of the'Surgeon -Bleeding Capping. .. .,Bas> ,> 1thave. '..*a&, 1, ,". .,. ., ,t. im nritie of the kto& S (rts AiJ:
undermentioned townships and parts ,of -" >\iArs I 'd & -fJI:. -w'' L-- '" _. far'
:.qi : the: ,' ,- dng'&c. C .t' : jj ".i,. 11 V'CJ'L H, : '.< the sstern as '1 roduce i ,1
townships,viz: PIECE X>R. PACKAGED L-.4 I : erhaps oo ,Private\( \in'ahy American ', :", .', .. ... icureJ.1 i': :, ",, ". ..J. loflbl h1fcialtwessanit: .MOti Q" :"

f South Of the base line, and east of the principal New Styles are recelve&1&st. / /day,-' city:will affordii greater variety of hew and approved .t:Probably,there'never; aa arim iclyliat hair ; dIe .

.:.t meridian. and many of them are got up'forour._ pwn sales, j remedie 8'or,1 present}'morettractical'farcilitiesforstttdentsirf been, sosuccessful in desperate cases of consuap.tion -4DJ84sE. ,OTURE , fraction of township seven, situated east *1. *" %f* :'-tt 'v : this .t'Uc1en.nsea aDd the : : "" '
The and not.to, be.found elsewhere. .. "Jl : as ; u strengtheua AND .
ir.i of the Siiwannee river, (except Sections one, eleven t7 Printed lists of prices,,corrected from >:.In Connexion\{.!, ')hiS/. p Srlmedt'it' rtnay, syste i-an4 appears td heal the,ulcers on the 1..111 'J ANiW'Y6.- !j-; "

. E 0 and twelve) and the fraction of township day to d withTevery Variation in the market, be proper to'state that as soon as possible/: lungSj
":'d ten,east of said river, lexce Sections siX'sev- are placed.hi,the hands buyers.*' Ift ;I Infirmary for the re eptio'tl both MeIicalaiidSurgIcat.atIentswlllbe : iuaLheatthandstrength. t t jr** '*# i '.beenedwitlL\ dit .

.:::4 en, eighteen, nineteen, twentyi and thirty-one,) Merchants will.be,,able to.lonn"some idea.of 1 open dw1t, .students' VCURIOUBC O&CONSiJMPTlONi ; .!dtkJItcrribj.ruptue fo 1 OQ. '

/ 4 of range fourteen. .the ext nt'and.yrietyofourssortrnOntwhen will have thejoppprtunity. practically studying !Th rerij"ScW1y' a'day.ea'but"there are 'the ter ran otheTtj.. ", :
zI* .rr1Le OllM township thirty-six, of range sev- we state that the value ,6f'our :usual stock of 'diseases.J.iT.: aalyAN'WYOKvM.-JUr JiWILSON MTD.1 a nthberofnsaof.Oonumptionreported'aacured } 'troubled VitfiUiMfiii t gteSStering 't

' \E .nteen. this ONE ARTiCLES'is at least: twiceJhcv 1 'of'' *,fi.t._? ,. Ktr h ft nseofDrTownsend's Snrsaparilhi. : .ofrthe'h< *, hickr.}*"l"r* '

. Townships twenty-three and twenty-four,and the entire stock'of:dry goods usually kept'byour TallahasseeAug.5-1848.5*., r/f, ni-A*, .. ThefoUowingwasreoentlyreceivedj.t1)RitTovrnsEjn f .J .I..tn iugi;aDd baa: .('. <

'!"' fractional townships thirty-one thirty-six, thuv largest wholesale"jobbers. This fact.; ,together -/*t; ESTATE' ,OF- Dear Sir:. Por1Le last" leave,,)iei .bed, 'The rupture Jrujow'. 'J

4i ty-seyen, thlrty-eight"snd thirty-nine, of range with the, fact thafbur" meanS ad our -. v" :-: > .i .i )MONEOECQUNTYtBenjaminMegin 'three'years I .have \been afflicted'With general 5and severe:, illetHcas \t 1inwt" i' "... '}.,

,'J.) eig teell. attention, instead of being! divided among'ayast ) debility andy nervoul'con8UmptiOJi-tofJh f1 .'s eh' & wifl bntlittle benefit \ '
and .
' 1 Townships twenty-three twenty.four thir, .variety:of articles, 'arer devoted"wfiolly to'on:, va..< 'I. :la Chance..4" etae'und'dhL not expect to ever'galnizny health .hadtaken but three bottles ot'lo lnmedidne
;,& fractional township thirty-one, townships and fractional will render the advantages,:which,we can offer Thomas,Taylor, Philip 11'. : : 'b i'at' .: Aft i going through at coarse of medicine : $eu r 1.r reUce(3 .II

r,:{) ty-six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight nineteen. to dealers perfectly obvious; :and it shall be Sawyer,and James Filor. .. t;_ r' under tho care of some of the tixwt distin- of the. heart, and! the,. rupt'. :
,.4. township thirty-nine, of range the our care that none who visit our establishment FT appearing to. me by.affidaTit.that.3'hQmDs"I'guisbed regular;pbysicians'and'members of the 'tirely 1isapeired.Shehas .-' ': *iTrB5j* I
' Townships twenty-three (except western shall meet with disappointment.Our JL Taylor and Philip Sawyer defendants in the, 1; J ) .'
any ; I Board'of Health in NewYork elsewhere, als< had 'the aropsyijU i f.\ i
f tier of Sections,) thirty-one thirty-two and thirty. assortment is complete all seasons of bllU filed.in.: the?:above.cause, reside out of the, and spending the:most?'of my earnings in attempting mnchswollen.5 We j htditoideu '

h six, thirty-seven., thirty-eight thirty-nine the year. LEE, JUDSON &" LEE.P. S te, f1Jorida and that the said;Thomas!Taj- to regain -iny'health,nnd after reading .be so benefited fa she bad snca .

;ti.- of range twenty.Township thirty-one and thirty-two 8.-B, F. LEE, formerly ,of the firm of ji lor_ resides.in.Europe, -,'*and-* **thatk<*-. the said Philip-' in some1: paper of your:Sarsaparilla I.resolved of diseases.. But it has,aji strange* "h .
i::; thirty,. Lord &.Lees, and late senior partnerof the original .wirr Std 8 in.:the:State Mississippi; to try,it. :After using six bottles I found it pear; 'relievcd'Tier of the dropsy 1
!! .tJ of range twentyone.Townships firm of Lee & Brewster from which is Ordered That said defendants. : ;lQj"in: .'
thirty, thirty-one thirty-two ; _eon ( .appearand done me great good,, and called.to gee you!'at that this statement'is to'stftnge'-b
n' and of nection he withdrew:some time ago, has resum- ,, answer_the said billotherwise if shall be your office;\with'your advice I k tunanddo .almost like fiction but it is,n r"itJai
.4 t. thirty-three thirty-four, range twenty- business, in 'connection with Messrs. taken corifesso.' -.',i v- venjg r'
Lee& pro most heartily thank you for your ndv c. 'I persevere *Cality*. i YourSarsaparilla icet
, two.. At the land office at St. Augustine. commencing Judson, and assures his friends that the hew I .. IT is.!urtJlfr. OrdercdtTh&t copy of this Order 'in taking the 8arsaparillaiarid have: been ,.uable. ..medicine, ,.rand ehculd'onethat1 be:used a
t concern shan have the same pre-eminence in be published in some printed jnthe' able' attend '' ; 1
. the sixteenth day of October newspaper to 'toiny usual labors forth last is suiffericg cs we' L.M i.
.':, on Monday this branch of traded which formerly distin Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month ,di 'lln
the of the public lands within four monthsand, I hope'by the blessings of God beliere thi-s account, (they are:'it hi
" .:;:. next for undermentioned disposal townships and parts of guished the other two houses to which he be for nine months' in reference to the'said Thomas nhd your Sarsaparilla.to continue my health.1 call at. ybouse and bave.ocular doabintS!

.t thq viz longed. June 25, 1847. ly Taylor and once week'for 'four'mo. thp,in helped:Ule.beyond the expcctationsof ell that .. ":Yours. % to*',:A44V 11** ,*
townships : 'u -' ;..:
'it reference -
, to the
said. 'Philip Sawyer.- knew-my case :V ,CHARLES*'QUlMBYti WJT..r'tTOWSER"lJ
)" South of the base Iin3, and east of the principal A. M. REED -. JOS. B. LANCASTER, i Orn ge'Essex .4).N.' ,'Aug.',f1647. ." "' :-- -. 1. .itHi...
. meridian.3Yr .
,* So. Circuit of Florida?
Jridge .l State ofNem Jersey-Essex County 'w.--Chas. "DYSPEPSY ,
nineteen and twenty constantly on hand a well, assorted 00'' ew
Townships eighteen Tno5.FKi7feSoLfoi <
HAS ; Jdmpl't. QUImby'being duly !swcrrii according to Jaw,on ;No fluid or ffiedidiiM-Jwaeverlicea
'd"!;* and fractional township twenty-one of rauge Key West.,'February 19:1848) : '9m his'oath s saitb! ,that The .foregoing-statement'is cd which- ,n rJ.y. cmbles,thIHPldti.da c.n,

.t.,j' twentyeightFractional township nineteen and township Provisions, DryGoods, ...MCIBCVIT' COURT.. true according. the best of his knowledge and :or saliva deccniposiDg- iced-----

: nine. Hardware &c. viz EASTERN CIRCUIT! OF FLOEIDA COUNTY. ..orST. belief., :: 4': CHA&:'QUlAlBr. 'the'orgaiisSarsapanilia.'of digestion' t Tfj ,
1 Crockery
, tl\1 twenty, of range ; Sworn
1. subscribed :
and fractional township JOHNS:ID 'CUANC 8.Y. ; tobeforeme.atOrarge. It positively'cures tt 11iH
.." ,: Township twenty-five twenty-four of thirty. Superfine Flour, in bbls and %bbls; The So tl ern..Life ,-. the 2d'August, 1847. CYRUSBAL1)WlI1' dyspepsia,LoxeTcrttvereor, chronic*,.$!?

t t: Townships twenty-two, rango and twenty-four, and Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; ,surance"- fi :In-l-1 L *Justic of the Peace.!> .BANK.1EPt'ar)1.E.\1,.J.LB ntJ 1 10J 4
fractional township twenty-five,(except Sections limns,Bacon Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; ny. to- u t Bill to ForecloseR'ccd : i'1- :, c- DR.'TowA5E"j> rir.* .1' liveLej sjjj
.! and Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,Rice; .' TWO,CHIlEN.Very :' FED.' "for' everar rs.furuzattendcd /nith1l J 111it :*
? thirteen twenty-four twenty.five)
$ thirty-one., Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans ; V8. ." .few families indeed.in fact tit l have wihsournjofoappetite..extreue. '

'; of Township3 range twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty Irish Potatoes; ,,Augustus'Ppujaud.. not ht.'ard'of".one-that' used,Dr; Townsend's ..,h u1'Dr".ncJ' a

1": three and twenty-four, and fractional township Sperm Oil, Candles; IT having been made.to appear ttx the, satisfaction Sarsaparilla in time lost'any children the-pest avei-sioh'to ,all. kinds of j'otd,.t&1t'ror
i? i;? of thirty-two. Green and Black Tea, Rio and,Java Coffee; of the Court by Affidavit, that. the summer while those that did not sickened and .'(wharl could'eat) 111nv 'bft1'nat.1efentim
: twenty-five, range
: Township nineteen, Sections one, two, three, Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; Defendant named' in the Bill of Complaint filed died. ,The certificate we! publish below.is conclusive but cimcll portion OE njyglcaicfrl JIriidtl,

;l,l;; Sections ten to fifteen exclusive, Sections twenty- Stuart's Refined Loaf Crushed,'Pulverised I in the above entitled cause, resides out of the evidence of its value,*andis only another usual .rcmeaies, ,.but they: .. b&tlittfe.\.
inclusive, and Sections thir- Sugar; State of Florida, and out:of the United States. instance cf its saving the lives'of children: effect in reniiviug the couipldnt Isijsc.ed. .
twenty-seven :
;;:).%_ ty-one ono thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six inJte Brandy, Rum Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine and in Cuba one of the,West IndiaslU1ds,and DB.
' :1 fraction-il township twenty; township twenty- ; beyond the jurisdiction this Court,Therefore, drcn cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sanaparnia/ftnd 'l nIs.t'"Yl'.iiJf1iiiY: t.-
townehip twenty-two (escept Sections one London Porter, Port,Madeira, and Champagne On motion of C.Wi: Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for 'complaint tand)dysentery ,one ,was only 15 Jdeacej'but 'atier usicg"Near 1n I

{.w,: twelve one thirteen, twenty-four and,twenty-five,) Wine; said Complainant, .* >. I ., _., -' i months old.and the other_,3;y ears. .They were -SiI4! myjip'etite rfsJorvdsmentirely &tJae 1..

:t and townships twenty-five and twenty-six, of Cordials Confectionary, Preserves, &c. It is Ordered, That the said Augustus I Poujaud very much reduced,and we expected they would rt'Dovedt and, lTonldeatBotlijt..
::.j A Complete Assortment cf Dry Goods- :and die theYtwerojgiven fionm1pnd'th >
'..'#' others.bejequired.to appear.an&.an. ; ; up by-two ,respectable use fitto those who ..Lrribtta
; range thirty-three. Calicos Muslins D Bonnet and Taffeta physicians. Whvn the doctor informed that afflicted aiF1bthi; '' ,? '
said Dm-
Sections three foir five -Sections nine to fifteen Ginghams swer Complaint t within six months, us 1.Dri &.
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, i.' inclusive Sections twenty-two to twenty- Ribbons, or:the same will be'taken f onfessed against ,we i mustt: lose them resolved'lto' tryyour.fiarsaparilla : ,a- '. l"WW.VANZA. K
;1-r Sheetings and Shirting bleachM and unbleach'd iiiiii.'ItLcfufthr.- l "' .'We had heard 'inuch of but bed ; Pur
J inclusive and Stations thirty-four,thirty- j ; : so _,, JSJI- nenone, b t'huht'J
. : seven five and thirty-six in township twenty-two, and Irish Linen..Diaper; Dumops'and Long Lawn;' : Ordered. Thatiacopy iihisc Order> little;;confidence, there being,so much stuff advertised pens that hide the bottle coIfJllefell;l1)4f.

::;A township twenty-three, (except Sections one to Cambrics Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar Muslins;. duly certified by thcherk of this.Co rt| be published :it hat f is worthless:.but-
f ; of thirty-four. Hosiery, Ildkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; -, in someiIcwepaper, 'within theEastcrn thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office.'tSG FultorxsLSun1li
: .J,> six: inclusive) range Tickings, Linen and Cotton.Oanaburg ** N-? '"*' the lives of both.u si write this .that others ,.N.-Y. ;
Fractional township twenty-two, the four ; Circuit of Floridaonce a month consecutively may ;(Redding & co.8 HatNf;:Boston rtJ'Ii
ijiij;, Wine white aud brown Linen Drill for .. g "* be induced.to, .
. &
use ILYoursj
V k i eastern tiers of Sections in township twenty- pants, forsix months. -v respectfully. 5ObS2 l32.oflbSecond.st, J4h' I
r-&i five and Sscctions ono to four inclusive, Sections &.(&c., &c., 'rSi'[ '00.] -7 THOS! DOUGLAS, Judge: JOHN WILSON; Jr;> J SKicbnonr drulg1sl, Ualbmon.' 'lIurol 'rrt.
wlellas-Silk Gingham and Cotton in steel "PETER 'Mtrtle-n.v Brooklyh J Sept. 'Ib47.iZUNATICAYSLUM. ;I1 l.'kChe -.t'hIir\c, f
*,V nine to fifteen inclusive, and Sections twentytwo ; B.-DUMAS: ;'CI rJf' r said Court, ; t
***.*. to twenty-seven inclusive, in township and whal bone frames; .d?,,,Jercbycertifytheabove:.t bearu. copy &COW:1M ( JUlrfr i.Xewjyiar&et OiTcius:'ioPeart.Mbmy1L

t v** twenty-six of range thirtyfive.f Hardware Sf Cu/fery:Knives, Scissors, Razors of.an Order,: duly mado1'and"entered of. rc d'U' James Cliinmingsf Esq.:one: of tie*Assistants : Vain DucLrk mJ.of

% Fractional townships nineteen and twenty, Nails'Hinges, Butts, Knives. and Forks, Spoons, ;the above entitled .uscon, !.sixteenth ia.the Lunatic AysltimrBlaCkwell's Island,is the :and' ; road-sis.' Newark,Jii;;i )1pnncIp.

,.rT/' of range thirty-six. Tea Trays; day of August, A.D,-1847. gentleman spoken of an the'following letter:' l ,Druggists and Merchants to

,**; At the land office at Tallahassee,commencing Collins Axes,' Hammers Hatchets Saws; '* .I'i it : >B./DUMAS, rllHEUJA7'ISI:, throughout United States.'West]lId i iitl

* en Monday the twenty-third day of October Carriage Wrenches Halter Chains, Pots Kettles Clerk C. Cl of St.JbhnYCounty. This isouly (ofmore Chan four thousandcases the.Canadas. ,A*3L.REED, )grDfr

.'f Jf acxt, for the disposal of the public lands situa- &C. &c.; 'Jani.lS48laththth'. of rheumatism'-that''Dr. Tbwnsend's Sar- ,,_'! ', :s .'. .. .JukSni1le 1
A few Rifles ..
low _
priced-Powder Flasks. .
' within the undermentioned townships and '.0 .cuicJ Tie and .Y S. !I H
f;t: ted A Good Assortment sapurillahas. mostsevere t
of Crockery,and Tin. Ware. TtzUA '
fi;. parts of townships, to'wit: Boots$ A: 'ilQlISE.and'Travellers ,':',AI chrohic/cascs:are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary \
Sh'elen's Women's and Children'sBootsaud FORWARD .
., South of the base line, nnd cast of the principal UE S ,virtues :, ?* .*. ', ? &: ALDRICHpATTOEKEYSf
i haseL-the /
Shoes bscriberhaying -
of all kinds; p 49tlse'
'i-.4. meridian. A : 3, _, ,i,? BIIACLWSi.I2ISIsLDSeP1.14, 1847iDR. AND: CODrCSELLOKS Ofr UlT.Witv.practice .
of andprcmisesormenly dnndocci.
:(: "The two eastern tiers of Sections in township variety&c. Fancy Articles, perfumery. Medicines -. .'- -- 'J;W'. : 1';;. : own t Nezia ,Tille TOWSSKXJX Deear.Sir: I have suffered in.the severahCtartaiiMw

)r-l i two, the east half of township three und tpirnhio Jacksonville, 1848. : 'F.1., f'b e',' r_ady2to t,accommodate"" '1).1: ers'-., ,terribly'for.:.nine'yean,with the rheumatism; .,and,Equity, in'the'Eastern'Circuit ofRci&WM.

!:'fa.' four (except- the eastern tier of Sections,-) AprillS, ly "after the 1st.day,of May: .next," considerable of:the time I could not cat,'sleep A. FbRfABD; St.'Augustine, ; .
f .
r I. of range: three. and hopes by his exert jons to make hiS guests; ascpmfprt'able : .orwork;.J had. the most distressing-pains,and -' LEWLS-'ALnicnN. : ;. ,'W ;.>.nsvrnt, ,'. ,. .. _
Sections to twelve INVALUABLE 4 --- '
':.t.H Township two, (except one .iuTpossible.: He bos.good stabling .my!limbs ;were terribly swollen.: |I-have used i -
";i! inclusive anl Sections seventeen, eighteen, FAMILY COMPANION. and a first rate hostler afways in attendance. 'Tour bottlca of your Sarsaparilla and they have f ::WM.,iR.i. i\CRA rJlEE. .
' nineteen thirty and thirty-one,) Sections six ,,. done ..more"th ii one
;:v GEO. M. GALP1N.NewnansvilleApril me thousand dollars ATTOBKEY ANDCOjflSELLOa-4TU"
, and in township three and fractional SIX Lectures Causes Prevention andi Cure a < g 1't; of n 8omnch better. : z
)'r- seven, ip 1 good.4 ; ; Indeed I?am
Hf' township five, (except Sections three, four, five of Consumption, Asthm.i, Diseases:'of the 18485 /j 9mJ. '' entirely relie ed 'tYoU/tare.at)1ibert1"to.ust4i&f ) ;.f I iJackiwinlle&Flaitt
and six. four. Heart and all-Female DlSeJ.S s. 234' pdgesi 28 -t' : ;H" :, 1 liu, attend to any.businefis trul t\\Jtli
't',4 ) range the benefit of the afilicted.1l1.1i'
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stb.; Townships threo and four, and fractionaltownshp engravings. ,Paper '50 cts. bound 75 cents-, n'O'L", )1"E' t.& .,.6'"O" ..,.; ..tHl1"D1lrgispectfully,.:JAMES CUM.-u1NGS.cr.: bands innnyofthe*(Courts. in'the,."'Eastern.' '(fr
;;J five of range fite. Mail to any part-postage 9|<>'cts S. n'} 1.tH J fcfuit'otF1 rida : .
five, of six. Shoulder Bra es and ,Chest Expanders $2. 1\tTESSRS. HOLMES CO 'have' removed : 5 "
Township range F"E .1
14 .. Township nine\ of range twelve. Mail to .any part, 50 cts. postaget Inhaling .l' their. .I5tock.of-'M'erchandize--J.o' the"'largtf ,,1 t. J r.;TQwnsencl's: Sars pitriUi.b,tbe-e- ..,.,:1 ,. ": \ ,,yiIiGsf: .Q.N.t;

.t Sections oneeleven, ,twelve, thirteen,fourteen, Tubes, Silver, $3, bymx4lettOrpostge. Ab builclin ritmirl. Wcuiod'j ;: 'yJest remedyfoitemalecomplaintthere is 4OyAL4w t.. .ff'i t,-'#

:tc I Sections twenty-three to twenty-seven inclusive dominal 'Supporters, perfect,. $3 to $10, for all known"as-'"the ''ui1din''Thi! i no"disputing;,thousands andi thousjindsi'ofrreak : '; .,-JacksoilkF4-*
and Sections thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty- Ruptures Fulling of the Bowels' andWomb hare addednp heir- the late and- debilitatedfemales:that: rercorastratjed "'t" J: '. ;
stok7jy; arrivals !. VItL practice m all the Courts.of te E.ff1
-I even, and townships eight and nine, of range and Weak Back and 4 .st8entJ)1.; express. fromA Ne YorkTafulV$sortmentof' Dry Qbods, ;b yJbMe.:dIseases'Jo} :;whichjctnaleaaresubject i : ireuittfATOREYA) : -. J ,. : .. ..
'in the nj6ymcnto'f :
soon robust
.were, ,
For -
everywhere. Braces or Grocwies :waf "' .t :
thirteen. Supporters, or fHa Provisoiis&i &c- I
.L ., heoltB.L "-- -
It The fraction of township seven situated west Rupture Supporters, 'give'height;froth head;"'to which'., 'they. *'_are, .prepared to"sell. at.,rcauccttBrides ,"'.t "'' tr-I: .N". ,' -r. "S"i : '( ; fAQ; jL 'J'P S : Qj .EJ1 ,J
",, .. .
river of fourteen. foot, and circumfcrence'otperson next' tll / %* *- -1' vi f 'f.I v. OA .3'1.jt' .
of the Suwannee range ur. : : t ..' ? A'A rM1ft
; ( :- -A'! "> f *VT. ,-- -- *!*'* .JD It.IOW"EEND-DeGr Sir : Las for CQUKfELLOB
"Jt1 :' My !
law for thense face just above the If ; :wue .
of hips.
Lands appropriated by .Rupture,m They are now prepared purchase Cottons,! the! ;last -:* ? *: ---4 ..ii15 < a'Commission t rbfDcldToftheStanecticntj .
:-;: schools, military or other purposes, will be excluded Agents wan'ted'fOr the EalO'of theabove"goods. Hides, and'other produce'of the country the year beenvery,8ick/and in agreatly; : within and for the Stat of l1o
. #t. from the sales.. Address ) Qr; 'Sl.'S.: :FITCH,"'707 highest' Market'ratesi t and make:cash'adyancckj; reduced'gtate :ot bealtb, b>bg 7 reducc "
,; 4. ; The offering of the above mentioned lands Broadway, NwYork'ptpajd; .r. :* on consignments to-tlieir'friendsUriJiavarinahj! variety'of complaints,such females oreliable' ,, 'f,

; : ; ,, will be commenced on the days appointed, and April"l, 1848., ,* ,. .10"', '> and Charlestoi;br NcwjY rrkl ,. 1 to-i:she got iw bad a tlcngtE that she was entirely -- }IJ.ES. P. C9OR,
unabl6""n1kand was 8sl child
proceed in the order in which they are advertised Fifty Dollars They'.have a new,article'ofrought Irpn! helpless a ;
with all convenient dispatch until the Kcwurd, she cornmecetnoiii&rtparifla and 4TTORNEYMD' cOUKSELLOR AT
WILL BE *'"... Pioughsmb.wbicE- tKey.,would. ,respectfiiUjr,. oil. she imme Jately' 'tb eiiFhei, r in'the several ta JtfJ
whole shall have been offered, and the sales GIVEN BY THE taatfentlo '"nf, PT "' -.* -44 V* r'J began BtrWgth, Wilt! practice Court of
p 'I' undersigned ,for the "Ih'iRI.",, .oJ. r ; .._. 4 J her complaints left.her''and after' tern Circuit of Florida.
I'.' thus clesed. But no sale shall be kept open apprehen' Jackiile'wt'.t. ":1iI taking severaUbottle > !* .
: t i longer than two weeks, and no private entry of 7L sioI.. safe delivery 1t the UAJDuval ,!*- ;B. : 1 j -Jtd.s ,: j *elie'restored,t Being .n singnlarcas&'IthoDghtifnilgbtdagoodtOpublisbitiJ acksonvJ11e; E.:F,Nov.26. 1817.7 $;h"' ,

*H; any of the lands will be admitted until after ;.. County,Jail, of.,.the fol3. -PE16VNDft'- t". J'l 1 ,- fCH :
tMt the expiration cf the.two weeks.' lowing aegroesl to*Wit: Vems,' a 'woman,:llan- :r+-*'t411q ** !"' : f' ? "*'' 8hou8cd tfnnmber.f of.feined icst: hit'tlone hergopdtprefioHsly. .TI RlfESH P OT; :
tkt Givenunder my hand at'the City fW 8h- 'nib /abOyt1eorgiana: 'p r'--O ;d what cbil-' 59 jrneroC/4n#: treeVlftVflrknnHE ; .* ,!Yottrt, respectfully" $ "l'Tdt fi i i18E t ll -IT: i!
: dren'the Above namedTenis m.iTe subscriberaiavetakenlType; FounJL ,JOHN MULLEN 87.") 1ksb\ .
} ingtion this third day of July, anno Domini bornfd ; : :. :' .4'htttlt. Ri'iirt.Flo'rltla '< '
since she RDd iwiWcontlnu&the **Z jf.S.lX%' '* *-?. "**> *** > 'f
one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight. Has been' absent.; opposed;to':be.two ;dryj bdsineM lately1: ',:l e. : 7 :' '
": "By the President: or three",'nnd Ellick/hn'ola'African'inan? -*** 1 conducted byJRobertTaylbr,; They will attend!! Q T-HLADJES! ; J'GRA1rEMME ,. i TiijrtJ.' lth vmft c&

,,1" > JAMES K. POLK. The above fugitive 81& c8'hil.v'.beeii'abs t' to aU orders th'ejm re ehf.with p 1'tuahity 1 (- .1. MEDICINE. East.ern.Circuit of,Florida;"buaiaes* .

1itQ RICHARD M. YOUNG, for nearly four years;? "\? "JOHN MPPONSr flnd..d18p teh.Al1.the.T1P manufactured,byj .if. Dk rrW'NS 'I AaS pl'1 A'is.a sovereignatid'speedy -to hIS care,.\vill mcejtjEith'prompt' attertHB- """

Commissioner of Ihe General Land Office. Jacksonville. ,.March 25th,,1848V 6m I h tiil.j1t be m jt i jid'lh. IJt tbr cure fo?.incipient consumption,ftnd .., '. :
: i -* -- *_ .t: **- "'-< -rr-yH fiff+ni ,-<* a111dnciSot'."-, Pinlf.ri.. "Malt.. ,.,ofthcbst. wtl-I for the tgen1pos'tratohro1th&ystein.on1ter'wh ,..; ,' -t"-JOSEe ,.) ." ;". ,."

. NOTICE" TO 'PRE-EMPTION 'CLAIMANTS.Eevery t' CLA RKkQ ; ; \ "t ry3m.4QT$ ---d & *tiii; mpiojeansupennteiujngthe.manufccturingdepartnren' : thi thirfltofizibercnti Jej'o ocl1 Ivijf1liahed lmseJ 1'r,a : 'I.j
..,_. .. ,;) flEN.E1tAL
? r i- j 4 t. 'IJcaia iitodllced ,UI .Q i
entitled "
";,:: .l\ "to pmon* of the',lands to'within the right the Of townships preemption FACTORS AND.UEJfEEAl ,.CoJUUSSlo1'fr1h -; '.' ; IVpn. ." q ,.neWJ" ., "r -n.'l I'ILw\n.hyenotad-'1, aecide t..wF. !qI2 a '!fllteko1.cae.ithlespa1cl... "e.. <: ,...
t& .1'
: ny CHAXTS, Savannah Georginrteadf r..[their.Bervi-' ;,er1s iJlie., bscribers L:' : .y'f
and parts of townships above enumerated for ,:W.u.u JD publish, ,NotMtganb re'lu rI it&i j ._,11 J. c.
tFf;4 ,is required to tlthe j atp.o'to the satisfaction ,, ces to planters cotton and' ibther8pandfloHcit.consigniJmentsou i. thf'noti. efo thre 6'mo t "n ; dgoitb1 ft'eet -OJi t.h"' JeJl.PeJIo .;. +... ._ _J'1s47" ,_,..:t.'l .,. .0.: "?.. .
anialiother ;.t.' :
of countrli receive, TI..OW.l. ,n'tt1pill1. .tOlJ. D sons all weakhess'iifid lassItudVfrom taki. rJ 't}
: of Register. Receiver of the proper: produce. *<> V fY'to s -' -wi->- -tTTfrirrr1* 1 tit"'
:, t Land Office .and make payment,'therefor,-'at" htowah Mills-of-Cas They ara agen.tforj thecelebrated!: .the- \ v74?? .SttiSreaWHranw&A'tin lit.dnde; eoD !b and fultof cn rgyi ilaer 'H'Hflf't. tfrt .. .,_ .JJ B...'11... f.

ti-t soon as practicable after seeing"'this, ,notice,and;; are weekly supplieUMtH.'Flour countyrfrom-whdni4hey fresh !' ..fejOM"i..P.- m, .,,. xcb. ..<_ g..t.. .new, '.'.- ctsJPSLH 'iInflnIimt ediately coniitera t.thofrflIuehchiwtld _.:. poCSELt. t NDiST Alo i

' ; il before the day appointed fortho: comniencett" and equal;to?Northern!flour
, mentorLho.pubUO sale'jof tho JanJs embracing\! keep'on f .;, !' .10 ', ., great cause;of,barrenness., u.) : :;r" .eUllffborBut1ers. _1
:U.4 l the tract elainied.otKerwise. such .claim, Vill be' from ether J tontpnpCartrightfPlantersiyar'Oshab'nrgs"and yarns'. pnintewaq1cat. -\VmTING'9..l.YLO at this es tabU I h'men : j }tlt.1ri1hlotlJ.bee tt.1JL'UJl. .ot"so :,I"J't f. "- ,".' ..ii.wli".v;I:1.o-.iJ.I.'l-r.!'I'ON .
.;tl .forfeited.:. : J s 1t4U Cedar Shoal Jiuanufactorie J. J.,, :eleaanattocbibit_ certificates of WftS ri 1smtl _1dlJte. -
f 'which .. :B
thev '
: ra !
.l \ .1 uceeaOl'lhcraObRi'Tay : the'affiicUd4hat '
:: ".-;: BICIURD/M. YOUNG _- i ? < Jr "?* r Of'-- performed but'wo: can assure .lyJll_.th41 W.>: .1""Yi4 :
'. (311MarClil1l848 :, } :I .' ':Jf 'r o> 1 4 }:( .' .httisdreds.of cases beerireported to.iiai .
i Commissioner of. the[General land O l'J oArgfJ' braTLT .t.. r'1".if'fII rcb"tt'1848 :1.' 1 1f4It
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._ : : .. treed by weakness and-general debility, and; : .r, wrTE S ,
!'i '.NOTICE "'. :1':3 :, -I-. .- > Y1: -,S.LAWTONj--; -...--..-.-,;. .tL stBObli"al1i 1 cheek 416bli.\Vh1. f' &e't .Wfferintfco ih U'vbyJ!pain rdifficmltm Jctti $ ei'1 't *! .Ot t "II.: .IlIA"#Ji' j-

tt -.eebl.ft!)dite,'I"1 J apply;-,tottieJuoVe < J,1t .cr9.JJ"AliJt Q 8tq g J )DriU. Si1ii4Bob1ii I ?1mll.gboYlf" 1Dur. thssd1M.jAn7pa.s UCXSO ,>

: { SW"tX'. of P'ofiiton'couut / J ,1:_ vtf 'l\ Cbareston.C J ; y 1 .Net Shell; ec .iciJ ;d e&Ni rti : 41a'hearing *} $(. !} ; !

i ii letters of Administration.theE tAto of RichJ nm D--R. lJ i it q40kf Neck dajGents'L-RCofctba EIdoCombDreuaing:4o4 Sl .childrensI LI"it 1f'COmJHl1de41' T'u-.s "d h",eaa&Ij., a"...OU.i .W II'iiJIf.U
, i aid D.:tUj1ate i1ntyd: ed. 'jI -ville;E F. :"GovC..JJN DomaIcIOiJa.tCN id'BroiIUShtrt pOsnabtirffitSS5Sm: I 1 .-VVtJDUI Q-a ft&"WI' .T trnct' -- '\ M1t. ;rt CJ ,.r ti

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